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

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If A Nil A Id 1938 SENIOR BOOSTER Published by 1938 SENIOR CLASS Emmerich Manual Training High School Indianapolis, Ind. Four years Within the Walls at Manual a dramatic and eventful four years - - - have induced the June ' 38 senior class to edit the following pages, marking the most pleasant years of our lives. JIMMIE ANGELOPOLOUS Editor-in-chief RUTH MORGAN Assistant Editor WILLIAM PATTERSON Business Manager FAREWELL TO MANUAL Fair Manual, my boyhood school, Where learned I math and grammar rule; For four long years I ' ve heard your sounds That go with schools the world around. The clang of lockers, the tread of feet, As pupils from the class retreat; The echoing band and glee club clear, The lunchroom and student cheer; The parents ' pride on " Open Day " , When first they view their child ' s display, And hear the prof as he relates Their offspring ' s fine and virtuous traits. With all these echoes that I ' ve heard Go many pleasures you ' ve conferred; The happy friendships I have made, Which, through the years, can never fade; Those times I thought myself in love, And how in class my thoughts would rove, Until from out my reverie The prof, amused, would startle me ; The sports events I would attend In company with all my friends ; How we would cheer the home-team on Until our speech was all but gone, How when " On team " the band would surge We ' d thrill with patriotic urge ; Then lastly disappointment ' s fill Which made the joys seem better still. For many years, school I know, You ' ve seen the pupils come and go; Some have acquired a noted name, While others live unknown to fame ; But all, with memories sweet, recall The days when they did walk your hall. And now I too must leave your door, Oh that I could return once more ; Oft have I wished to leave behind The toil of class and homework grind, Have often mocked with hidden smirk The profs, severe, who made me work; Yet, looking back, the profs were right, And hated class seems pure delight; W T e value little the best we get, Until we are deprived of it. You ' ve taught me much, school of mine, Of manners, books, and culture fine; But though this learning dies away, These memories will ne ' er decay; Unstained they are by selfish aim, God grant they ' ll always be the same. — Boyd Collins. OUR APPRECIATION To the three principals whose wis- dom, leadership, and counsel has many times helped us combat the obstacles in our school career . . . Uy i- AND TO . . . The sponsors of our class, whose excellent guidance has made our senior year the happiest and most productive we have ever known. EDGAR SIEGEL — Any honors our illustrious class presi- dent hasn ' t received are usually not worth having ' . Ac- cording to " Handsome " , the Booster could not gel along without him. Odd Number and Service clubs; vice-presi- dent el Koines; " The Royal Family. " FRANK KING — As|i Likes golf, swimming I Ice, and Koines ; via team, lias received yell leader ; two Fren ires to he a mechanical en and girls. President Scienc -president senior class; capUl dock M ' s as student manag zel medals. Booster. Se in ye JACK SHAABER — Our vice-president of 1 ' 1 7 is planning to he a forester. .lack hails from Pennsylvania and in his Shorl time at .Manual has attained (mite a name and many friends. President of the Verse Choir; secretary of the Military Club; Mask and Wig; Koines. MENKA GULEFF — Menka. our efficient secretary of 135, is among Manual ' s busiest. Secretary-treasurer of Masoma. Numerous Top Ten pins; Frenzel medal; Bruce Robison Post Award; vice-president of Mask and Wig. Forum clubs; cast of " The Youngest. " RUTH MORGAN — Charming secretary of 217. Interested in French and music. ( ' ,. L. M. and gym show performer: president of French Club; roll room representative; as- sistant editor of Senior Booster; four-year member of weekly Booster staff; Top Ten; Masoma; Camera; May Queen. JEAN G. SCOTT — Roll Room 217 ' s versatile treasurer has been a constant companion of Ruth and Menka. " Smiles " Scott is planning to be an artist. President of Art ami Masoma clubs; Forum and Camera member ; " The Youngest. " May Queen attendant. ROT 11IBNER — Treasurer of 135 and Booster agent. Is better known as " Points, " and he really kept the net hot getting them. Added a block M sweater to his basketball awards. Likes Fred Henry ' s company. JIMMIE ANGELOPOLOUS — Manual ' s contribution to the news world. Booster staff four years; sports editor, two; editor Senior Booster; Star correspondent ; secretary Service Club; member of Stonko. Jimmie, and Edgar trio. WILLIAM PATTERSON — The efficient business man ager of the weekly and Sen ior Booster, who ' s also in- terested in dramatics, photography, music, and straw- berry blondes. Member of Mask and Wig, Camera Club, and Orchestra. Bill prizes highly his Top Ten pins. EVELYN ACHGILL — Likes to skate, swim, dance and go to the movies. Wants to be a big success as a secretary. Her pals are Dot Kottkamp and Martha Baker. Business ( iirls ' and Masoma. MARION ALLANSON — Her hobbies are dancing and athletics; her ambition, to be a gym teacher; and her favorite subject, gym. President Gym Club; three G. L. M. shows. MARY LUIS ALLEE — Likes music, bicycling, tennis and photography; wishes to be a music teacher; her favorite subjects are French. English and music; pals, Doris Brabender and Eleanor Kinney. STo.VKc ANGELKOVICH— Candidate for R. O. T. C. ' s most handsome captain; president Mask and Wig Club; Roines, Military, and Forum clubs. Wants to be a drafts- man. Seen with Menka. Casts of " The Youngest " and " The Royal Family. " MAK.TORIE ARNOLD — Southport ' s gift to Manual. Usu- al l. can be seen with Francis or Juanita. Likes to snap pictures and wants to be a commercial photographer. Sponsor of lunch room marathon. HAROLD J. ARNOLD — Likes mathematics and wishes to be a draftsman. He and Mathews (Perry and Vines) are inseparable. Also seen with Kniptash and Henry. Tennis champion. -Five ROBERT ABTERBURN — Plays baseball and basketball, Longs to fly gracefully through the air at the controls of an airplane. Seen with Sherley Eads and Gordon Byrd. Rod and Heel Club. GILBERT BACKEMEYER — His only ambition, to grad- uate. Always seen with Veryl. Member of triangle with Regina and Una at other two vertices. Champion soda- jerker. CHARLES EDWARD BAKER— Experiments in radio and photography. Also likes to skate and dance. Camera Club. Likes machine shop and history. Pals are others of the Big Four. FRANCIS BAKER — His hobby is mechanics and his one ambition is to be a good mechanic and machinist. Pals with Bill Angel and James Wagner. Member of Gym Club. MARTHA BAKER — Likes sewing, music and dancing. Ambition to be an expert seamstress in a good store. Seen with Marilyne Bushhorn. Music and Home Econ- omics clubs. STEPHEN BAKER — Machine shop star who aspires to be a machinist. Likes to bowl, swim and play basket- ball. Pals with Buck Taylor and Charles Baker. Also seen with Francis. Big Four member. FRANCES MARIAN BALLENGER — Skating and danc- ing are her favorites. Likes to sing ; received lyre in Choir. Seen with Daisy and Bernice; also pals with Steve. Member of Odd Number and Big Four. EVELYN BARKER — Likes to dance and skate. Wants to be a nurse or beauty operator. Home Economics Club ; Marion Allanson ' s " side-kick " ; member of 135 ' s Big Four. UNA BASKERYILLE Chummy with the Big Four, also with Madge Carr and Annette Seulean ; vice-pres- ident of Odd Number and G. L. M. ; Masoma ; great am- bition to teach foods. REGINA BAUCHLE — Reporter for the Booster; presi- dent of the H. Y. S. Club and vice-president of Girls ' Gym Club. Has a fondness for baseball and Gilbert Backemeyer. RICHARD A. BAUCHLE — " Ping-ponger " of the old school ; future machinist or civil service engineer ; chum- my with Jimmie Kohl, Steve Baker; Roines. Favorite subject, " Lunch. " JENNIE BECKER — Jennie will make some business man a very competent secretary. Collects popular songs. Lenoyice Bertram and Sara Greenberg are her pals. French and Masoma clubs. JASON BEDELL — Came from Tech to attend Manual. Hopes to he a radio or movie star. Dancing is one of his gifts. Pals around with Max Minnix. Bookkeeping and science are Jason ' s favorite subjects. LENOYICE BERTRAM — Seems to have a great deal in common with Joe Blythe, Jr. Lenoyice played four se- mesters in Senior Orchestra. Belongs to Red Cross Club. Chummy with Jennie Becker and Sara Greenberg. HELEN BEYL — Aspires to be a model. Intends also to become an efficient secretary. Runs around with Gene- vieve Guenther and Frances Crafton. Favorite subjects — shorthand, typewriting, clothing. Masoma. JOSEPH EDMOND BLTTHB, JR. — Attended Columbia Military Academy in Tennessee and Booneville, Mississ [ppi, Blgh School, Rest pals are Lester Bolander and Le- noylce Bertram. Collects post cards. First semester al Manual. MARTHA BLYTHE — !ame from Beech Gro e High School. Seems to gel along exec ptional ly wel 1 in hei salesmanship class. Sop hie Y estra is her best ii ' iend. LESTER BOLANDER — Athlete of good standing; mem- ber of basketball squad three years; Camera and Science clubs: awarded MT. F.MTI1S. and M. Future— " Big Business Man. " MILDRED BORTZ — Is interested in singing and sew- ing. Does exceptionally well in history and English. Pal Of Jennie Becker and Sara Greenberg. Will make an ideal wife tor some lucky man. DORIS BRABENDER — Manual ' s future star of stage and screen. Vice-president of Masoma ; president of G. L. M. Council: treasurer of Mask and Wig; historian of the senior class; Fanny in " The Royal Family. " May Queen attendant. HOWARD BR AM LETT — The machine-minded boy of our class wants to be a tool maker; likes to attend his machine shop classes. Frenzel medal; Boys ' Gym Club; competent roller skater. ROY BRAXDES — Mr. Finch ' s right-hand man on the stage helped with stage designing. Major in the R. O. T. C. ; member of the Mask and Wig; one year on football Team. MYRTLE BRIER — Her hobby seems to be winning awards; won freshman Masoma award. Swift and Or- dinance essay contests. Member of good standing in French and Masoma clubs. HAROLD BRILL — Interested in sports of all kinds, es- pecially basketball. Favorite subjects are commercial — type and machine calculation. DOLORES BRIZEXDIXE — Interested in singing and art, she aspires to be a radio singer. Pals with Helen Sells and Gladys Smith; lyre lady; G. L. M. actress. LEO BROWXIXG — Lyre man; interested in history; pals with Mu rphy. Cecil Gibson; Hi-Y and Forum clubs. MAEDEAX BULLARD — Fair-haired H. Y. S. Club mem- ber who wants to be a lawyer. Best friends are Vivian Schultz and Evelyn Meyer. XORMAX R. BURGER — His honor, the vice-presidenl until he left in January, starred in " The Youngest " and " Remember the Day " . Best pal, Howard Bramlett. Fren- zel award; Mask and Wig; Gym Club. ALBERT BFRZLAFF — Likes to travel and wants to be a commercial artist: best pals. John Rieck and Herman Burzlaff; rather quiet; Art Club vice-president. PAUL BUSBY — An equesti mean radio. Wants to be a and Military clubs. an who also can build ; service repair man. Radit LEOLA BUSH — Dark-eyed damsel who likes to ride, dance and skate; pals with Marjorie Lowe; wants to become a gym teacher ; lyre lady ; H. Y. S. MARILYNE BUSHHORN— Can always find time to em- broider something; wants to be a stenographer; best pal is Lucille Drake; Business Girls ' and Red Cross. GORDON BYRD— Thinks Shortridge girls are best ; in- terested in all sports ; wants to be a doctor ; gymnast ; best pals are Sherley Eads and Bob Arterburn ; Gvm Club; Rod and Reel. PAULINE CAESAR — Wants to become a secretary to a scientist; best friends are Ida Caito, Mary Alice Sau- ter, and Johnny Rieck ; Science and Masoma clubs. IDA CAITO — Aspires to become a secretary. Likes swing music. Best pals are Pauline Caesar, Margaret Sansone. Business Girls ' and Masoma. MADGE CARR — A French Lick product, her main am- bition is to win Charlie P. Likes typewriting and art. Best pals are Una, Eileen, Regina ; Glee Club. EDWARD CASSADY — Wants to become a civil engineer or aviator and take up photography on the side. Says he is interested in math, drafting, also redheads. Pals with Vance Mull. Math Club. ALBERTA CAYLOR — Wishes to become a private sec- retary. Interested in school sports, personal regimen, and office training, she is a member of the H. Y. S. Club. " Mac Lang " is her best friend. BEN COHEN — Has seen four years ' service on the football field and was awarded a block M sweater. Other sports activities include basketball and ping-pong. He has a great ambition to go to I. U. and become a law- yer. His best pals are Harold Brill and " Moe " Levy. BERNICE COHEN — Member of Mask and Wig, and French clubs; she has participated in the Red Cross plays. Her interests are baseball and books. She hopes to become a good secretary. BOYD COLLIN S — Southport ' s gift to Manual has be- come the president of the Hi-Y Club, member of the Forum, and copy editor of the Booster. He has received a Top-Ten pin and this lawyer-to-be, so he says, is inter- ested in basketball, football, and track. DAISY K. COMBS — Katie is one of these bicycle and skating enthusiasts who has an ambition to work in a business office. She is a member of the Odd Number Club. Her best friend is Frances Ballenger. MABLE COONFIELD — Wishes to become a private sec- retary. Her interests include dancing, reading and skat- ing. Best pals are Eva Green and LaVaughn Richey. JOSEPH COYLE — Joe is a sports fan who is especially interested in indoor sports, basketball and softball. He says that his only ambition is to hold down a job. Maj- rred in mathematics and gym. FRANCIS CRAFTON — Interested in swimming, football, and basketball, her ambition is to become a great swim- mer. Best pals are " Genny " Guenther and " Toodie " Beyl. Eight- ORYTLLE SEXSON CRANK — Is the Eamous leader tli» German band and has been awarded ;i lyre am medal in R. 0. r r. C. This band lieutenanl Is a mem of Art and Rolnes clubs. His greatesl ambition is become a press photographer. WILLIAM DAFFRON — Is greatly interested in his ho work shop and wants to become a tool maker. He als interested in math, drafting, and Harold Frye. EDTTHB DAUM — An ardent commercial student who intends to become a private secretary, lias a special in- terest in all sports and has taken part in several gym Shows. Lest pals are Rernice and Ronnie. Camera and (ivm clubs. RALPH E. DAVIS — This engineer-to-be is a member o the Camera and Inlay clubs. He first started high schoo in Odon. Indiana, but prefers Manual. Rest pals an Harold Frye and Jack Shaaber. VIRGINIA DAVIS — Participated in G. L. M. shows and is also interested in swimming and reading. She wishes to become an office worker. Rest pal is Eva Green. KENNETH S. DEER — Wishes to become a champion skater; interested in salesmanship; his favorite pals are Frank Mulinix and Harry Hawkins. •WILLIAM DEVORE — This popular young man also wishes to become a skating champion. His favorite pals are Kenneth Deer, Rlair Facker, and Rob Fechtman. PAUL DOOLEY — His one ambition is to become a rail- way postal clerk. Prefers history to all other subjects. Usually seen with Kenneth Deer; he enjoys movies. LUCILLE DRAKE: — Possesses a desire to travel. Favor- ite subjects include math, office training, and machine calculation. Close associate of Harriet Stewart and Mari- lyn Rushhorn. Camera Club. NINA MARIE DRESSLAR — Helps her school in every- way by being a member of the Junior Red Cross Club. She hopes to become a competent secretary. Nina is usu- ally seen with Jean Scott. SHERLEY EADS — Has a desire to become a profession- al baseball player. Enjoys playing basketball and foot- ball. Considers geometry and R. O. T. C. his favorite subiects. Rest friends are Rob Arterburn and Gordon Ryrd. DOROTHY EGGER — This constant Top-Tenner coin posed the Ivy Day song. Senior Council: president of Math Club; Masoma and Clee clubs. Lyre recipient who played in 12. " ) Grand Piano Festival. Personals. -The Royal Family. " May Queen attendant. MILDRED EGGERT — Enjoys playing the piano and dancing. Secretary of G. L. M. English VIII group. Ma- soma and Glee clubs. Lyre recipient: copy editor on weekly Rooster; type editor on Senior Rooster. Rest friends are (Jerry Roe and Ruth Hummel. LILLIAN ESHOWSKY — Has a desire to become :i mil- liner. Hobbies include dancing, singing. and movies. Constant companion of Mimi Bernstein, Rernice Cohen, and Selma Rinsky. H. Y. S. and Home Economics clubs. MAX EVERSOLE — One of the band ' s most faithful members. Received a lyre for eight semesters ' service and now wants to play in a popular orchestra. Always seen with John Shane and Rlair Facker. sT . a o ' j i - f j Br -« A l w BLAIR FACKBR — Another one of our patrons at River- side skating rink. Finds commercial law his favorite subject and wants to become an aviator. Member of the Facker, Sliane, and Eversole trio. SAM FARBER — Practically runs the Palmer Cleaners although his ambition is to become a designer. Applies his spare time to the study of aircraft. Pals around witli Motley Goodnight. ROBERT FEOHTMAN— A future cadet at West Point. A whiz in R. O. T. C. and economics. Bob is a major in R. O. T C and was president of the Roines last se- mester. Chums with Dick Murphy. Roines and Forum clubs. LEONARD FERRARO — Close chum of James Franklin and Robert Funk. Aspires to become a public accountant. Interested in photography and stamps. Spends spare time skating and swimming. MARION FESLER — Hopes to become a commercial art- ist. Finds dancing, skating, and reading her most inter- esting hobbies. Alice Lindley and Vida Lee closest chums at Manual. CLIFFORD FIGLEY — At Manual this would-be-army- flier liked shop. His best friends are James Rhude and Allen Rednour, who help him enjoy his favorite hobbies, hunting and fishing. FRANCIS FITCH — Interested in photography and wants to become a pharmacist. Also enjoys tennis and basketball. Pals around with David Fogle and Charles Angeloko- vich. Camera Club. " The Royal Family. " JANE FLORA — A dancer you ' ve seen in almost all our shows the last four years. She enjoys skating, tennis, and golf. Vice-president of the Junior Red Cross-X ; Ma- soma; Senior Booster staff; " The Royal Family. " DAVID FOGLE — Known as Baby David, he has the hobby of being nominated to offices. Pals with Francis, Stonko and a red-head. First lieutenant in R. O. T. C. ; ticket agent; " B " Band; Roines. JAMES FRANKLIN — Adds " Esquire " to his name, but we call him " Mister " . Liking sports and having played football, he aspires to be a coach. Member of Camera. Club and " A " Band; minor block M and lyre awards. ROBERT FRAZEE — Wants to play pro baseball in Min- neapolis, but we think his interest in J. B. of S. II. S. will keep him here. Hi-Y vice-president ; Service Club ; freshman football and track awards. EDWARD LOUIS FRIES — Interested in sports — espec- ially baseball, football, and Softball. His ambition is to be an office worker or an engineer. Edward is often seen with Jack Herman and William Tedrowe. HAROLD L. FRYE — Is truly a candid camera fiend. If his ambition is realized, he ' ll be a tool maker some day. A good friend of Ralph Davis and William Dai ' fron. Art and Camera clubs. LETHA MAY FUCHS — Left us in January to go out in the big wide business world where in the near future she hopes to fill the role of efficient secretary to a big executive. Letha enjoys collecting pictures. RENICK GAINES— Would like to retire a wealthy man — wouldn ' t we all? Has been a loyal member of the Gym Club for five semesters. Spends his leisure time roller- skating. Received " MT " award in sports. JOSEPH GALVIN — Has a smile for everyone and doesn ' t miss giving his cooking teacher one each day. liis besl pals are " Red " Gaily and all girls. R. 0. T. C, Mathe- matics, and Chess and Checker clubs; " MT " award. ERMA GIBBS Hobbies are swimming and drawing bu is also interested in dancing and singing. Chums will Dot, Evelyn, and June. " Little Erma " is the shorl shori story writer in Mr. Moffat ' s Odd Number Club. CECIL GIBSON — Likes baseball and football in the waj of sports; shop, history, and math in the way of studies, and Herman Martlage and Robert King in the way of friends. Wishes to be a mechanical engineer. NORMA GILBREATH — Spent a part of her senior yeai in the hospital with appendicitis, but is now in shape 1c skate again. They say she ' s a skillful skater who ' ll n doubt realize her hope to be a pro. French Club. GLADYS GILLESPIE — Is not often seen withoul Mil- dred Eggert at her side. She professes an interest in piano playing and is good at it. too. Gladys aspires to be an efficient stenographer or a model. ADELE GOLD — A loyal sports fan if there ever was one. Mr. Sharp ' s attractive helper during season ticket rushes. R. R. representative and member of the G. Y. M. Club. Has won many sports awards including block M. SIMON " GOODMAN — Simon, who came to us is often seen with George Kunkel, James Sol Allien Osman; hopes to become a draftsman. MOTLEY F. GOODNIGHT — His greatest hobby is Doro- thy. Is surely a whiz at bookkeeping and plans to he- roine a certified public accountant. Constantly with ' Pete " and Jack; president of Hi-Y Club; track. RALPH GORELTCK— " Milky " neer. Pest friends an- Ed Siegt tongs to a variety of clubs i: Radio, and Chess and Checker, ' mid like to be an engi and Martin Gross. Px luding Math, Camera Track. DOROTHY CRAY — One of Manual ' s dance enthusiasts — and can she dance? Dorothy has a big outside interest. Ambitious to be a stenographer. Chums are Eva Green and Katherine Stewart. Masoma. EVA GREEN — This musician in 135 r for the piano. Loves to dance. Pals wi cile and Mable. Prefers personal regi illy has a talenl i Dorothy. Mar- en and history. SARA GREENBERG — Sara aspires to preside some day at a switchboard. Seen around the halls with Jennie Becker and Henrietta Schwartz. Interested in math and economics: likes dancing, football and skating. MORTON GROSS — Morton ' s crowning ambition is to b a salesman. Should be nicknamed " Smiles. " Took part ii basketball. Pals with " Milky " and Irvin. Camera, Radio Chess and Checkers clubs; six-inch MT. HERBERT GUELDEN— Herb is the proud possessoi a Frenzel medal. His big interests are dancing — : girls. Would like lo be a draftsman. Marquetry and lay. Herbert ' s best pal is Lou. GENEVIEVE GUENTHER— Genevieve g sports, dancing, music — and M. F. Wants i ' lass comptometer operator. Enjoys the Betty, Francis, and " Toodie. " Masoma. for first ■H I r ai WILLIAM GUMERSON — " Bill " is surely going to look well leading an orchestra. Inseparable from Ed Gassad and Orville Crane. Concert Band ; Hi-Y Club ; lyre in music. RUTH GTJNN — A quiet Manualite who will make some- one a good stenographer. Always with Hazel or Marion. Glee Club ; former member of Music and Camera clubs. JANE HALPERN — May be seen almost any week-end at the Indiana Roof. Wants to be a first class secretary. Is seen with Mary Vulk and Minii Bernstein. Mask and Wig Club. MAXINE HANKINS — Another musical member of our class. Participates in all kinds of sports. Is interested in home nursing but her real ambition is to be a file clerk. JOHN HANSING — " Roughhonse " goes in for basketball, football and golf. Aspires to be a football coach or a lawyer. Pals around with Ralph Phillips. Block M; president of the Service Club ; Roines medal. WILLIAM HARDCASTLE — Another who has aspired to become a professional baseball player. He ' s also a radio repairer. Industrial Arts; Hi-Y Club. LELIA HARLAN — One of the main reasons why the band is so loud. If you don ' t believe it, just watch her blow the French horn. Can you imagine her a kinder- garten teacher? German Club; lyre award. HARRY T. HAWKINS — Came to Manual from Nash- ville High to complete his senior course. His one and only ambition is to make a million and drive a Packard. Enjoys burning the roads. Odd Number Club. FRED HENRY — To attend I. U. and study law is his big ambition. Has proved himself an actor in several Mask and Wig shows and " The Royal Family. " Speech Arts; Mask and Wig; ticket agent of 135. ESTHER HERBIG — If you want anything started, just see Esther. Her laugh is easily identified. Can be found at all Manual basketball and football games. H. Y. S. ; formerly a member of the Glee Club. FEDORA HERMANN — " Fee " is right there when some- one mentions sports. She proves it by sporting a Frenzel medal and two block M ' s. Masoma ; Gym Club ; repre- sentative of 135; Booster staff. OLEN HIER — Has been nicknamed " Jonas ' ever since his experiences in Mr. Sanders ' algebra class. Wants to become a big business man in the near future. Professes liking for fishing and hunting. BETTY HOAGLAND — " Betts " is one reason why every- one attends the G. L. M. shows. Is going to give Ginger Rogers competition some day. Seems to like the Lee and Lowe duo. Gym Club. GEORGE JOHN HOLLE — Has worn a beaten path from his house to the skating rink. Someday he is hoping to become an aeronautical engineer. Seen with the other three — Iverson, Leukhardt, and Ferraro. LAURA IIOLLENBAUGH — Likes to read. Considers machine calculation her favorite subject. Aspires to be- come a comptometer operator. Her best pal is her sister, Lena. Business Girls ' Club. LOLA ELIZABETH HUBBARD — Another one of those girls who wishes to become a nurse. Along wiih the nursing profession, she hopes to devote her time to com- mercial Illustrating. Nice work if you can gel It. OLAS QUBBS — A bicycling fan who goes in for 11 in a big way. Has brought home the medals in two OUt-Of- stale meets. Pals around with the team of lverson and Mull. Hi-Y Club. MAR? JANE HUFFMAN — One of the rarest swingsters al .Manual. Seldom is seen dancing much at school, hul finds time to dance outside of school. Always pah around with Mary Sprenger. Junior Red doss. ANTON HUGHEY — Attended four different schools be- fore finally deciding to graduate from Manual. Since he has worked in a drug store, his ambition is to be a pharmacist. Math Club. MILDRED CHARLOTTE HULL — Can you inu traveling comptometer operator? Whiz at machint Union and filing. Pals, Sylvia Studebaker am Hummel. Top Tenner: Business Girls ' Club; M RUTH HUMMEL — Interested in journalism. Worked on Booster four years. Editor and associate editor of weekly Booster. Friend of Mildred Eggert, Mildred Hull. Ma- soma ; Red Cross-X; Odd Number; Senior Booster staff. SAMUEL HYMAX — Wishes to be a professor of history. Collecls Top Ten pins and prefers history and language. Reporter for Booster; Hi Y and Math clubs. ROBERT IVERSON — Height of happiness is to bowl ; 200 game. Former Booster agent who receives basketball awards outside of school. Pals. Bob Frazee and Waynt Hall of Technical. HERMAN JEFFRIES — Enjoys art and Rembrandt, Jr. Seen often with Ray Sweeney. Active member of acappella cho and Boys ' Olee clubs. GERALDINE JOHNSON — Provides our school with a southern drawl. Came from Mullens. West Virginia. En- joys being jusl a spectator at basketball games with Esther Herbig. Si riving to be a good secretary. ROSEMARIE KAESER — A Manual ho likes to dance and skate. Her best friend, she decli res, is Ray- mond Nordholt. German l !lub. ALICE KENT — Hopes to be a librarian. Favorite ps times are reading and music. Seen often with Rosemai Kaesar. Joyce Ketch um and Elizabeth Kenagy. Masom Red Cross-X. RICHARD KERKHOFF— Wants success in life. Enjoys the three S ' s. shooting, skating and swimming. His fa- vorite subjects are 111:1th and drafting. Hails from Uni- versity Heights; pals around with Ed Cassady ; Math JOYCE KETCH UM — Future dress designer. Enjoys art. sewing, sports, and reading. Seen with Mary Alice Sauter and Doris Sohn. Recording secretary of Junior Red Cross; Masoma. ROBERT KING — Ambition is to be a mechanical engi- neer; interested in basketball, football, shop and math best pals, Cecil Gibson and Richard Miller. ELEANOR KINNEY — A sparkling personality from 133 interested in commercial work. Senior Council member; club editor of Senior Booster ; four-year veteran of weekly Booster ; secretary of French Club ; Top Ten, Cam- era, and Masoma. MARY KITCHELL — Collects poems and songs, but she hopes to be a nurse. Her girl friends are Ruth Kitchel, Thelma Slifer and Betty Sullivan.. Girl Guard. RUTH KLEINSCHMIDT— Is interested in English and business training, as she desires a secretarial position. Pals with Gertrude Schleicher and Margaret Schroder. Business Girls ' Club. JAMES KOHL — The villain of our class has only one ambition — to get his social security. Loudest trombone player in school. Often seen with George Weber. Vice- president of the Music Club; Mask and Wig; Roines. DOROTHY KOTTKAMP— Ambitious to work in a big- office. Dorothy really has that swing when she dances. Skating and swimming are also her favorites. Type award ; treasurer of Business Girls ' Club ; Masoma. FRANCIS KRITSCH — Lovely leading lady of " The Youngest. " Her ambition is to travel far away. Repre- sentative of 135; secretary of Art Club; Forum; Ma- soma. GEORGE KUNKEL— One reason why Union Street is so noisy. This ambitious lad always has his lessons. His middle name is Fun. Likes skating and billiards. ROBERT KUNTZ — Always has something to sell, yet Robert is a very popular boy. He wants to be a million- aire. Likes math and takes plenty of it. Ticket agent of 135; letter in football; Roines. ROBERT KUTZNER — His hobby is to kill innocent little bugs — then study them under a microscope. He also de- velops pictures. Spends a lot of time in the machine shops. Pals with Robert Kluger. MARIAN LAND — Takes home nursing and sewing, yet wants to be a secretary. Another senior girl that has a flock of friends. Pals with Norma Jean. Music and Masoma clubs. MAXINE LANG — An ardent sports fan who likes basket- ball especially. Wants to be a secretary, so she favors all commercial subjects. Likes history- Pals with Bertie Caylor. Odd Number and Masoma clubs. NORMA JEANNE LAWSON — Another one of Manuals ' feminine bicyclists. Will make a good secretary for some big business man. Her favorite subject is Light. Music, Home Economics and Glee Clubs. EVELYN LEE — The best tap dancer ever to truck into the halls of Manual. Imagine a G. L. M. or gym show without Babe! She has an outside interest at the Indi- anapolis Star. Glee Club. VIDA LEE — Another famous lady behind the scenes. She really knows how to make up the cast. Has many in- terests such as politics, dramatics, and journalism. Mask and Wig, Odd Number, and Masoma clubs. WILLIAM LEUKHARDT — Billy is going to Purdue next year. His sax is made of his Top Ten buttons. Doubles on clarinet and drum in band; pals with Bob Rooker; excellent pianist ; class song leader ; likes math. Camera, German and Roines clubs. Fourteen- MOSES LEVY — One reason why the Forum Club needs a sergeant-at-arms. One of the likeable lads around Manual. Our future big business man. Choir and Or- chestra; Forum, Music and Latin clubs. LLOYD LEWIS— The big little drummer in thePepBand hopes in lie a second Fred Astaire. lias many friends. Tail dancer in Show Boat, l.ikes short hours. Gym Club. ALICE LINDLEY — Enjoys fishing. She considers Vidi Lee tier host friend at Manual. Has a great ambition t become a school teacher. Simply doles on history. Vice president of Manual Friends of Reading. Forum. ELIZABETH LOCKHART — Much interested in danchu and swimming. Desires to be an A-l Stenographer. Pali around with Maxine Lyons and Mable Coonfield. Eliza both has found commercial subjects intriguing. Forum MILDRED LOCKWOOD — Has previously attended St. John ' s Academy. Finds communication with foreign coun- tries most interesting. Mildred wants to abate the illness of others by becoming a nurse. Member of Masonia Club. MARJORIE LOWE — Main ambition to lie a housewife, but will consider the career of a stenographer. Best pals — Leola, Vivian, and Joyce. Received a lyre in music. Member of Masonia , Music, and Glee clubs. MAXINE LYONS — Though She is chiefly interested in commercial work, she finds time to show Leon he is of Interest loo. Seen in the halls with Elizabeth and Dor- othy. Member of business Girls ' Club. EUGENE McCARTY — Aspires to become a business ex- ecutive. Received a sweater in basketball and also has a collection of Top-Ten buttons. Close chum of Paul Moehhnan; treasurer of the Roines; Forum Club. T1LMAN McCOURY — Greatest ambition to become post office clerk. Received a four-inch MT in footba Thinks Helen is a bit all right but finds time to mildly pacified with science and shop. Best pal, Jo. BEID McFALL — Persuasive " Oil " in " The Royal Fam- ily " wants to become an agricultural chemist. Aside from speech and chemistry he enjoys the friendship of many classmates. Reid is program chairman of the Camera Club. EUWIN J. McGINNIS — Former Cathedralite, linds thai it is an honor to have attended Manual. Is fascinated by the activities of firemen. Sports and commercial geography take up his leisure. MERLE II. MCKINLEY— Pals around with Harry, Al- bert, and Larry. Derives great pleasure from his mem- bership in I he Rod and Reel, Military, Odd Number, Roines, and Debating clubs. Six-inch MT in track. CHARLES MANWARING — Greatly interested in nature, be wants to become a teacher of agriculture. Vice-presi- dent of Naturalist Club and secretary of Malh Club ; block M sweater; MT in track and basketball. JAMES MARIANOS — Member of the gridiron for which he received an MT. His main ambition in life is to become an engineer. Jim ' s leisure is devoted largely to sports. Military Club. BERMAN MARTLAGE — Ambition varies from that of most boys; he wants to lie a baseball player. He ' s almost always seen with Cecil and Harold. The Military Club is his chief means of occupying his leisure. % n n — Fifteen a e% o JAMES MASCHMEYER — Competent president of the Odd Number Club and an active member of Roines and Mask and Wig. Played the part of the well-dressed man, Herbert Dean, in " The Royal Family " . Best pal, Gene. WILLIAM MATHEWS — Wants to smash the old saying that all politicians are crooked by being the first honest one. Besides studying law, Bill finds time to amuse himself with books and sports. MERRILL MATLOCK — Can you imagine Merrill an em- balmer? This is his pet ambition. Chums with Bob Thorne and Johnny Shane. Is inclined to favor history, track, and football. Gym Club. JOSEPH MEEHAN — Came here from Cathedral; seems to like us. Main interest is drawing; leans toward the job of a cartoonist ; plays baseball and basketball. Seen with Gene and Carol L. Art Club. ALLEENE MEYER — Waits every evening for Jack C. Aspires to be a beauty operator. Seems to like home economics. Struts with Madge and Hazel. Home Econom- ics and Shakespeare clubs. EVELYN MEYER — Enthusiastic about outdoor sports. She wants to become a good secretary. Also likes senior speech. Is seen with Viv and Maedean. German and H. Y. S. clubs. RUTH JANE MEYERS — Likes knocking ten pins around; also makes movie fashion scrapbooks. Hopes to be secretary to a famous surgeon. Pals with Lillian Rietei and Loretta Bustle. Business Girls ' and Home Economics clubs. HAZEL MILLER — Collects old coins instead of new. Has the novel idea of becoming a nurse. Special friends are Alleene and Gerry. Former vice-president of German and Shakespeare clubs. Favors German and household science. JOHN R. MILLER — Hobby seems to be art and drawing cartoons. Is one of those lone stars — likes his own com- pany and sticks to it. Would like to be a dentist or salesman. History and salesmanship are favorite sub- jects. PAUL MOEHLMAN — If a sport begins with " B " this boy likes it. Commercial work is his best as he wants to be an accountant. Belongs to Odd Number and Roines. Lyre and two Top Ten pins. " The Royal Family. " Eugene and Alvin best pals. BERNICE MONROE — Is right up in front when dancing or skating is mentioned. Favorite subjects are history and sewing. Promenades with Marion and Kathleen. Wants to work in a department store. Forum Club. VIRGINIA MORROW — Seems to like her bike and cer- tain books. Seeks the career of a beauty operator. An active member of Forum and Latin clubs. RUTH MOW WE — One of those outdoor girls. Ambitious to be a personnel director. Associates with Anna, Mary K. and Carl K. Secretary of Business Girls ' Club; Ma- soma and Music clubs. VANCE MULL — One of those machine-minded fellows. Skates and swims a lot. Jack S. and Ed C. compose two- thirds of this trio. R. O. T. C. and Military Club. SUSAN MUNS — Favors reading, English and shorthand. Ambitious to be a good stenographer. Enjoys company of Lora and Virginia Eaton. Sixteen . RICHARD MURPETC " Chesty " is His Honor, the Pres ilfiii of Forum Club. Fechtman and " Chesty " staged ti famous filibuster al a club meeting. Probably Jusl pra tlslng for liis life work as an Indiana Senator. HAZEL MOYE in January to pursue her i.ii work. Known as ;i hart MORRIS NAHM1AS — Has decided since these panels went in the engraver thai he will return to Manual next year for college entrance requirements. This membei of the football and track teams has aquired three Frenze medals in gym. Aspires to be a salesman. NELSON V. NEAL — Sonic day Nelson hopes to be editoi of liis own newspaper. Quail Krick Johnnie has been i the Booster staff for two years and is the presenl editor In-chief. Forum Club; News correspondent. DAVID NEWMAN — I av Acton, Indiana. His best sferred to Manual from is Quail Krick Johnnie, Dave desires to become the Boys ' Gym Club. THOMAS NICHOLAS — Tommy lias received many awards in all Sports. Aspires to become a machinist, lias been in the Gym Club for four years and has -one out for i rack three years. Norman Burger is his besl pal. MARCILE NICHOLS — Perhaps you will soon see Marcile as saleslady in a downtown department store. Much in- terested in ballroom dancing and in salesmanship; she EILEEN O ' DWTER — Molly and Eileen are inseparable. This little lady desires to become a nurse. lakes to skate, dance, and lake part in the G. L. M. shows. Member of H. Y. S. Club. RAYMOND O ' NEAL — If anyone is planning to build his own home, he may call on Raymond to do his interior decorating. Won recognition In National Art Exhibit. Solely interested in art. WILLIAM O ' NEILL — Always seen with Wyant and Petroff. Takes big part in sports al Manual and has received numerous awards. Bill will put one over on the gang and become a business man. French Club. ADELINE OSMAN — Adeline hopes to supply Manual girls with wardrobes from her dress shop in the future. Hoes quite often with Vida Lee to the Indiana Ballroom. Interested in dancing and tennis. ALBERT OSMAN— The little hero of the varsity football team is planning to become a mechanical engineer in the near future; interested in football and basketball; Nice- president of Mathematics Club. MILDRED OTTING— " Mil " is the busy little helper in the salesroom. ' iv Schultz and Maedean Bullard join with Mil in rooting for Manual al basketball games. Per- sonals for Senior Booster. Junior Red Cross Club. ROBERT PARDIECK — Aspiring to win the K Speedway Race. Bob really goes in for automobile Belongs to the Shop. Military Training, and M; and Inlay clubs. LORA E. PARR — Lora and her red hai attractive air hostess on the commercia to read and takes part in church work. I ' Root and Susan Muns. Home Economics inc. Likes ith Ginger ' • m ISADORE PASSO — " Izzie ' s " favorite pastime is reading the funny papers. Interested in many sports — basketball, ping-pong, bowling, and billiards. Pals with " Moe " Nah- mias and Joe Meehan. MOLLY PASSO — A pal of Pat O ' Dwyer. Interested in dress styling and dramatics. Appeared in " His First Shave. " Mask and Wig, H. Y. S., Home Economics clubs. LUCILE PERDUE — A welcome addition to our class who hails from Sumner County High School where she was a member of tbe Literary Club. A future beautician. Seen often with Frances, Julia, and Berniee. PAULINE PERRY — A girl who believes in doing things thoroughly, having taken four years of French and sev- eral semesters of choir. Enjoys playing the piano and reading. French and Music clubs. BORIS PETROFF — Tall, dark, and athletic; block M winner ; member of Senior Council ; one of the Barney, Bill, and Boris trio; intends to be a certified public ac- countant ; very proud of his Top Ten pin. ARTHUR PHELAN — A block M winner for three years of football. In years to come we may see bridges built, by Art, for his goal is engineering. Best friends are Pat, Frank, and Dutch. Owns a Top Ten pin. RALPH PHILLIPS — Three years of basketball; one year of football. Desirous of being an electrical en- gineer. Hansing and Phelan are Ralph ' s partners in fun. LAYTON PORTER — An earnest science student and fu- ture electrical engineer who also dabbles deeply in radio and amateur photography. A pal of Bob Sickels and By- ron Corey. Camera, Radio, Chess and Checkers clubs. JOHN PRESTON — In 1945 many of us may be buying groceries at John ' s store, for he intends to manage one. At the present, however, he ' s more interested in swim- ming and activities of the Naturalists ' Club. RUDOLPH PRICE — This red-head ' s intended vocation is jewelry; avocation, photography. Treasurer of the German Club. Paul Moehlman, Alvin Wegner, and Ru- dolph are buddies. FRANCES PRUITT — Finally decided on Manual after trying Trafalgar, Tech and Warren Central high schools. Has a fascinating scrapbook of interior decorating. A clium of Lucile Perdue and Julia Wonders. GRACE PRYOR — Grace has a lot of fun riding a bicycle and swimming. Salesmanship is her favorite subject and she intends to use it in the future. Seen quite often with Marjorie Wineman. ROLLA PRYOR — Remember this long lanky lad as Grandpa Coy in the G. L. M. show? Former vice-presi- dent of Shop Club and member of Military Club. Com- pletes the Finchum, Stewart, and Pryor triumvirate. HAZEL RAGAN — A member of that group known as the Odd Number Club. Will tell you sincerely that English is her favorite subject, that she is a good friend of Blanche, and that she is interested in Harold P. JOYCE RAHM — The last word in style, Joyce is vice- president of the Y Section of the Junior Red Cross and has been a member of the Glee Club for five semesters. Possesses a Tap Ten button. Eighteen- KATHERINE RAIKOS- A girl who has H e making a fine stenographer — and that ' s her anibil ion. Meml of Business Girls ' Club. Former treasure • of Man Friends of Reading. Master Typist ' s Certifi ■ale. RICHARD RANDALL— Richard came to is from 1 Davis High School. Wants to be an aviator for a priv company. A good friend of Tames V. Interest d in mach shop and physiography. Camera Club. ALLEN REDNOUR— Allen came all the wt y from M ttnsville High. Hi ' evidently enjoys traveling . ' because ambition is to drive a cross-country May lower tin Enjoys foundry and machine shop. IVAN REDNOUR — Ivan enjoys fishing and is an ard baseball fan. In school he prefers physics ind gym. hopes to make railroad engineering his lift work. [RENE REIMER — " Reney " lias a large variety of in- terests. Among them are sewing, skating and dancing. lias taken pari in G. 1.. M. and gym shows. A member of Music Club, Girls ' Glee Club, and presidanf of Gym Club. JAMES RHUDE— James is of the Sanders. Sauter. Red- nour, Rhude, and Figley gang. His worthwhile aim is to he a mortician. NOBEL RICHARDSON — The young man from Franklin High School who wants to become a radio artist. Hi tends toward the musical line and likes to write songs and play the piano. Often seen with Denzil and Marion. LULU RICOS — One girl whose personality will certainlx help her to fulfill her ambition to become a saleslady. She enjoys dancing and tennis. Has participated in sev- eral Mask and Wig (Muh plays. A member of Mask and Wig and Speech Arts Club. JOHN RIECK — He prefers one girl, named Pauline. His goal in life is to be a chemist ; consequently his favorite subjects are chemistry and mathematics. Member of Science (Tub. Choir. Roines. LILLIAN RIETEL — An energetic girl who enjoys skat- ing and hiking and who has the ambition to lie a private secretary. Holds membership in Business Girls ' and Home Economics clubs. Pals are Loretta and Ruth. SIDNEY ROBERTSON- Interested in the sciences as well as sports. Wishes to follow the medical profession. Has received block M ' s for four years of football and two years as student manager. Member and actor of Mask ' and Wig Club; treasurer of Odd Number Club. WILFRED ROBINSON — Brillianl football, basketball, and baseball star. All-city. Purdue Medalist Grid mentor aspirant. Could enter business selling block M sweaters. Koines medal winner. CERALDINE ROE — " (Jerry ' has many interests, but she prefers to play the piano, read, and dance. Her am- bition is to be a beauty operator. Girls ' Glee Club: treasurer of Red Cross (VI; Masoma. Pals with Mildred and Bud. ROBERT ROOKER — The class will-maker is a swind- ler of the Pei Band. He has received two Top Ten pins and has been in band seven semesters. Appeared in the C. I.. M. Show Boat. Roines. YVONNA RUTH — Ballroom dancing and skating are her favorite pastimes. She is gifted with the rare ability to listen instead of talk. Best pal is " Jo " Eaton. Member of H. Y. S. THOMAS RYAN — " Tommy " attends all Manual ' s basket- ball games. Enjoys them and Mr. Moffat ' s English classes. Desires to become a commercial artist. Pals with " Sid " . Secretary of Odd Number Club. MARGARET SANSONE — This little lady would like to be a stenographer and we know she will ' be a good one. Her favorite subjects are machine calculation and book- keeping. Member of the H. Y. S. CHARLES SAUTER — This member of the Gym Club wants to be a farmer or wood-worker. His hobby con- sists of collecting odd articles and rare coins. JOHN SAUTER — His interests center around drawing. John would like to be a mechanic, so shop and drafting ure his favorite subjects. Boys ' Gym Club. MARY LICE SAUTER — Ambition is to be a designer. Interested in dancing, ping-pong, bicycling and speech. Mask and Wig, Odd Number, Masoma. ARTHUR SCHLANZER— Has the wonderful ambition to become a salesman and big business man. Is often seen around school with his two best pals, George Kunkel and Simon Goodman. GERTRUDE SCHLEICHER — Member of the Business Girls ' Club. She is interested in typing and hopes to be a stenographer. Pals are Ruth and Margaret. ANNA SCHNEPP — Anna hopes to be a stenographer. Her favorite subjects are type and office training. Ma- soma and Business Girls ' clubs; Top Ten pin: Master Typist Certificate. MARGARET SCHROEDER — Pals with " Margie " and Mildred. Is planning to be a saleswoman. Favorite sub- jects are home economics and commercial. Home Econ- omics Club. VIVIAN SCHULZ — A loyal follower of all Manual teams and member of the " Jovial Four " — Meyer, Otting, Schulz and Bullard. " Viv " is president of the H. Y. S. and his- torian of the Glee Club. Plans to be a nurse — hm-m-m a singing nurse. ROBERT SCHWOMEYER — The boy with personality plus. Main interests are fishing and dramatics. His am- bition is to become a stage, radio or movie star. Best pal is T. W. Tedrowe. Mask and Wig, Rod and Reel, Roines clubs. Villain in " The Youngest. " HELEN SELLS — One of our seldom-seen, seldom-heard, but popular girls. Wants to be a librarian. Interested in French and history. Best friends are Jane Flora, Dolores Brizendine, and Nina Switzer. Masoma and French. ANNETTA SEULEAN — " Neta " hopes to be a surgeon. Favorite subjects are medicine, foods and typing. Her interests are in swimming, tennis and horseback riding. 0;ld Number, Red Cross and Camera clubs. JANE SHIREY — Enjoys tennis, swimming and read- ing. Pals with Betty Miller, Annetta Seulean and Eileen O ' Dwyer. Jane ' s a member of the Naturalists ' and G. Y. M. clubs; formerly assistant Booster agent of 217. ELNORA SHIRLEY — Elnora really rides a mean bicycle when she is not busy with her scrapbooks. Favorite sub- jects are salesmanship, office training, and clothing. Ma- soma and Home Economics clubs. Tivcnty- JUANiTA SHOEMAKER — Aspiring to be u jeweler, is gem herself. Seen in the company of Gladys and Elnori except when the boy friends are around. Loves to dano Masoma and Glee Club. EUGENE SHORT — Hopes to enter the newspapei Cession lis a reporter. Game to Manual from Soutl An enthusiastic member of the Rod and Keel Club. ION SIMS — Attempts to loaf in the locker rooi ;ixth period. If he doesn ' 1 know better, ii musl b company he keeps. Quite a woman killer, especiall le lunchroom. Forum, Science, and Hod and Re KAI.IMI SISSON — God ' s gifl t won en? Tall, dark, and Intelligent, Extremely fortunate to b e blessed with such a pleasing personality, should s o Ear in his chosen field. Koines, odd Number. GLADYS SMITH — According to " Smitty " , her outs Interest is a secret. Let ' s hope he is nice. Among main friends, Mary and Juanita rate first. She re; likes skating. Business Girls ' club. RICHARD SMITH- big tuba. Corn t ' i years in the band c wonder how he sta ers, Koines, and Mb — Keeps the Pep Band peppy with his lill-billy in the G. L. M. show. Loin used Dick lo be awarded a lyre. S ' t ed awake so Ions ' . Chess and Check- I hematics clubs. CARL VERNON SNIDER — Vernon desires to become pharmacy expert ; be is already an expert soda jerk A very able and capable worker is he. K. O. T. C. Clu RICHARD SOHN— An ill wind (?) that blows some good. Puts plenty of -stuff " on his trumpet. Four years of band should cause improvement. Never seen twice with the same girl. Secretary of the Hi-V Club. MAKY SPRENGER — Manual winner of the Constitution- al Essay Contest. Another young lady who wishes to be- come a librarian. Attendance secretary of the Odd Num- ber Club. Pals with Edna and Mary .lane. Masoma. EDNA SPRINGLER— " Pudgy " is willing to do all sorts of commercial work. Her interests are usually tall and dark; her hobby, dancing. A very good friend of " Mary- beth " . Member of the Business Girls ' Club. MAKY STEEB — More than often seen in the company of Petty . Dot. and Burn. Mary wishes to become a librar- ian. German Club. NATHAN STEIN — Includes a Frenzel medal in his p sessions. Can really play basketball. Desires to hi sessions. Can really (V) play basketball. Desires to h; a successful business career. Camera Club. ALICE STEINER — one of the future stenographers l our class. Is always seen with Marie Whitley, Norms Skillman, or Petty Reed. Member of the Camera Club president, Manual friends of Reading. .TACK JULE STEPHENSON— Has attended high school- in Toledo. Ohio, and Colorado Springs, Colorado, lb wants to be a professor; enjoys I raveling and football. Best friend is Vance Mull. HARRIET STEWART— Very much interested in ail. which she intends to make her profession. Runs around with Joyce Rabin and Margaret Dongus. Vice-president of the Business Girls ' Club; Masoma; Art; Camera. 1 -Twenty-one KATHRYN STEWART — One of those tall, tan, terrific gals; her favorite subject is commercial. She intends to become an efficient office worker. Best friends are Alma and Dorothy. Business Girls ' and Home Economics. ROBERT STEWART — A former Lapel High School stu- dent who has an ambition to see the world from an air- plane. Interested in swimming and football. Pals with Rolla Pryor and Kenny May. HOWARD D. STIOKFORD — Came here from Medora High School. He is greatly interested in electricity and wants to become an electrician. Best friends are Emmetl Werner and Boh Stewart. Treasurer of Mathematics Club. ROBERT STRIGGO — A frequent attender of the River- side rink. Bob is going into the business world as a jeweler. He is closely associated with Bob Stringer and Tommy Ryan. Art Club. SYLVIA STUDEBAKER — Wants to become a stenog- rapher. She has a yearning for an old Manual grad and commercial work. Pals, Mildred Hull and Adeline Os- man. Booster agent; Masoma; Business Girls ' ; Top Ten. YERYL STURDEYANT— One of the reasons for the gray hair in Mr. Millikan ' s head. Some day hopes to become Secretary of State. He always has alibis on hand re- gardless of time, place, or situation. Best pal is Gilbert Backemeyer. BETTY SULLIVAN — Has a very great weakness for black-haired boys and ballroom dancing. Some day hopes to hook a black-haired millionaire. Her pals are Vonita Loveless, Ruth Kitchell, and Clarabell Younkouns. MARTHA SUMMEIER — A commercial teacher of the fu- ture who wants to be a good automobile driver. One of Manual ' s many bicycle enthusiasts; she is frequently seen with Wilma, Violet, and Thelma. German and Camera clubs. EDWARD SWEENEY — The Lowell Thomas of our class who is interested in all types of sports. Favorite studies are art and senior speech. Favorite friends are Bill De- vore, Herman Jeffries, and Ray O ' Neal. Glee Club. NINA SWITZER — Intends to enroll at Butler to become a librarian. Pals with Edith Morgan and Annetta Seu- lean. Recording secretary of the Forum Club ; Masoma ; fourth in All-State Band Contest; mother in " The Youngest. " ROBERT M. TAYLOR — Says one Taylor in Hollywood is sufficient, so lie aspires to become a diamond star. Seen with Dick Yeager, Dewey Donovan, and Steve Baker. Member of the Art and Camera clubs. ALBERT TEAL — A somewhat quiet member of 217 who is going to be an accountant. Pals with Dick Yeager and Vernon Snider. Member of the Odd Number Club and a recipient of a Top Ten button. WILLIAM TEDROWE — Better known as " T. W. " , wants to be a chemical engineer. In Show Boat, Red Cross and class plays. Mask and Wig, Music and Naturalists ' clubs. Pals, Schwomeyer and Shaaber. " The Youngest " . MABLE THOMAS — Always seen skating at Riverside. Prefers history and shorthand. In orchestra five semes- ters. Seen with Hazel Miller. THELMA THOMPSON — Small but mighty with Wayne. One of Manual ' s best art students. Won a scholarship to art school. Danced in four G. L. M. productions. Pals with Helen Regenstreif. Twenty-two VIOLET THROM — Violet ' s ambition is to teacli scl I. She enjoys playing the piano. Received certificate awards In type and Latin. Seen with Wilma Wellman. Red Cross, Shakespeare, and Masoma. HELEN TIPTON— Enjoys skating ami to he a stenographer. Likes short hand, elasses. Goes around with Alma Wegner dinn-. Wants s. and foods EDWARD TOURNAGIS — Manual ' s bashful hoy. Wants to be an orchestra leader. In the school and " Pep " bands. Received a lyre tor music. Chess and Checker and Music clubs. Pals with " Smithy. " MARY VINCI — Wants to he attorney. Favorite subjects ar Friends are Gladys Smith ai Girls ' Club. MAGDALENE VITTORIO — Ambition to be a stenogra er. Enjoys swimming and reading. Likes history business ' law. Seen with Mary Vinci. French, Bush Girls ' and Junior Red Cross clubs. MARY VULK — Better known as " Stuff " . Ambition do social work. Speech is her favorite subject. " Kate " " The Youngest. " Always seen with Regina Bauchle. Ma and Wig; H. Y. S. HARRY WALTHER — A well-known accordionist at Manual. He is interested in writing popular music. Likes ping-pong. Music Club, Roines. Pals with Kohl, Brink. Weber, and " Infatuated " Bottin. MARGARET E. WALTON — Has a bobby of collecting scrap books. Also likes bicycle riding. Pals with Elnora. Prefers salesmanship to all other subjects. Choir four semesters. Business Girls ' . DOROTHY WEAVER — Her ambition is to become i stenographer. Likes biology best of all. Enjoys sewing Seen around the halls with Betty. Mary, and Mable. MARGARET L. WEBBER — First enjoyment is drama tics. Gwen in " The Royal Family " . In Mask and Wi{ Club productions. Camera Club and Red Cross X, Boostei staff. GEORGE WEBER — Wants to own a Lincoln Zephyr. Took part in G. L. M. show. Prefers mathematics and science. Pals with " Geek " Kohl and " Casanova " Kuntz. Roines and Music Club. WALTER WEBER — The " boxer " of our class. Took part In the Golden Gloves Tournament. Likes chemistry. Wants to be a research chemist. Pals are .lames Frank- lin and Leo Ferraro. DONALD WECHSLER— Likes baseball and model air- planes. Hopes to be an aviation ground mechanic. Fa- vorite subject is shop. Best pal is Nobel Richardson, Dun ■s a member of Marquetry and Inlay Club. .LMA WEGNER — Enjoys gym work and picture making. K former Manualite furnishes heart interest. Wants to )e a secretary. Best pals are Helen Tipton and Irene Reiiner. Attendance secretary of Camera Club; G. V. SI. ; Home Economics Club ; H. Y. S. LYIN WEGNER — Hopes to become a certified public iccountant. Likes to take trips and bowl. Interested in ookkeeping and commercial law. Seen with Stucky and tfoehlman, Top Ten button; Odd Number Club ; " The Etoyal Family " . -Twenty-three EMMETT WERNER— Likes anything connected with drafting-, shoi and swimming. Wants to become a Diesel engineer. Usually seen with John Sauter and Bernie Baker. Is a member of the Marquetry and Inlay Club. WILMA WELLMAN — Enjoys commercial subjects and secretarial work. Best pals are Violet Throm and Thelma Wiebke. Plays the piano and collects Indian head pen- nies. Top Ten; Business Girls ' , and Masoma. VIRGINIA WHARTON — Here is one girl who wants to do her work well, whatever it may be. Likes dancing and shows. Seen with Evelyn, Norma and Martha. Art, Busi- ness Girls ' and Camera clubs. ROBERT WHITE — Came to Manual from Bloomington High School. Interested in nature study, he hopes to become a landscape gardener. Likes science and commer- cial law. A good friend of Al Smith. MARIE WHITLEY — Interested in boys, especially Cliff. Has master typist ' s certificate and wants to be a good professional typist. Usually seen with Martha Williams and Gertrude Todd. Member of Business Girls ' Club. Ma- LLOYD WICKLIFF — Seen at Manual with Bob Iverson and Bob Zimmer. Likes automobile racing and girls at Shortridge. Hopes to make his race car, Jeep Junior, run. Formerly hot-lick clarinetist in Band A. Camera Chili. THELMA WIEBKE — Wants to be a secretary or buyer in a large store. Likes commercial subjects and history. Best friends are Violet Throm, Wilma Wellman, and Martha Summeier. Treasurer of Red Cross ; president of Shakespeare. MARTHA WILLIAMS — Wants to be another Ginger Rogers. Likes dancing, swimming and skating. Favorite subject is personal regimen. Best pals are Marie Whitley and Virginia Wharton. A member of the H. Y. S. Club. MABEL WINANS — A girl that really likes to cook. Wants to be a food demonstrator. Favorite subjects art foods and clothing. Also likes reading and skating. Best friends are Helen Tipton and Dot Buchles. Home Eeon- Dmics Club. MAR.TORIE WINEMAN — Would like to be another Lilly Dache. Favorite subjects are art and millinery. Likes to play tennis, ride a bicycle and read. Favorite friend Grace Pryor. Camera Club. LESTER WINZENREAD — Red is interested in all sports and models. AVants to become a tool and die maker. Fa- vorite subject is machine shop. Best pals are Raymond Hider and Bill Mathews. Lyre for work in Band A. Hi-Y Club. JULIA WONDERS — Likes swimming, tennis, sewing, bicycle riding, and skating. Wants to become a dress- maker or saleswoman. Favorite subjects are millinery and clothing. Member of Home Economics and Camera clubs. MARVIN WYANT — Our flashy forward whose hobbies are basketball and stamp collecting. AVants to be a high pressure salesman. Enjoys the company of Petroff, O ' Neil and Zimmer. Secretary of Service Club ; Band ; block " M " in track and basketball. H. RICHARD YEAGER — An aspiring band president. Hobbies are jewelry making and swimming. Selects Bob Taylor and Mary Alice Sauter as best friends. Top Ten button. Favorite subjects are jewelry and art. Member of Boys ' Glee Club. ERNEST DENZIL YOUNG — Wants to become a good draftsman. Likes to read and draw plans of houses. Best pals are Marion Sims and Bud Stewart. Mathematics Club; vice-president of German Club; five Top Ten but- tons. Twenty-four- ROBERT ZIMMBR— Goes in to inc in a bis way. Usually seei Ne ■Speck " Pet club. Bam M ' Spito ling and MARY ZIMMERMAN— Likes fishing, bicycle i b boy who lives in the land of sunshine. Interested In public health work. President of Naturalists ' Club; sec- retary of G. L. M.: secretary of Mask and Wig; Top Ten; " The Royal Family " . May queen attendant. KARL FREDERICK ZUMKELLER— Wants to be either a mechanic, an aviator, or a draftsman. Likes to make furniture and repair watches. Best pals are Richard leager and Bob Weimer. Favorite subjects are shop and drafting. EMMERICH MANUAL TRAINING HIGH SCHOOL IVY DAY PROGRAM SENIOR CLASS OF 1938 December 7, 1937 MOTTO: CONSTANTLY STRIVING; EVENTUALLY SUCCEEDING Processional Orchestra A Class Song 1 Words by Dorothy Egger PROLOGUE Senior Group Mary Zimmerman, George Weber. Genevieve Guenther. Richard Bauchle, Thclma Wiebke, James Kohl. PROCESSION OF BANNERS Spirit of Manual Frank King Bearers of banners Members of the Class of 193S IVY CEREMONY Music Dorothy Egger and Mary Lois Allee The Ivy Vine Jack Shaaber, Vice-President The Ivy of 1938 Norman Burger, Vice-President Ivy Day Poem Boyd Collins The Presentation of the Ivy and the Return of the Trowel to Mr. McComb Edgar Siegel, President of the Class Acceptance Mr. McComb Song by audience On Manual Recessional Orchestra A OUR IVY VINE Tune of " Harbor Lights " We plant our ivy vine, And hope we ' ll see it always climbing. This one dear ivy vine, That we ' ll revere always. Tho ' in the years to come, We may forget our present friendships. Remember Ivy Day, ' Twill bring us near again. To Manual ' s memory we dedicate this day. To E. M. T. H. S. here ' s loyalty for age. And to our ivy vine. We pledge an ever fond remembrance Its high ideals we gain With us fore ' er will stay. — Dorothy Egger. THE IVY As if they ' re trying to reach the sky. So grow the slender ivy vines ; Each year they grow a little more, And always ever upward climb. Although their jroal seems far away They never pause or downward look ; But bravely striving on their way, Obey the motto that we took. We too each year in someway grow. Advance in wisdom, strength, or deed: Inspired by the, O school, we vow, " We can, we must, we will succeed. " And though the climb seems rough and : We never will our steps retrace ; But forward press with greater zeal : Our past forget ; our future face. — Bcyd Collins. — Twi teep THE BOOSTER Published by the June 1938 Class of Emmerich Manual Training High School EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Jimmie Angelopolous Assistant Editor Ruth Morgan Feature Writers Nelson Neal, Myrtle Brier, Doris Bra- bender, Edgar Siege], and Boyd Collins. Personals Stonko Angelkovich, David Fogle, Frank King, William Leukhardt, Dorothy Egger, Menka Guleff, Una Baskerville, Mary Lois Allee, Jane Flora, Merle Mc- Kinley, Jack Shaaber, Thomas Ryan, Veryl Sturdevant, Mildred Otting, Helen Sells, Mary Sprenger, Vivian Sehulz, Mary Zimmerman, Robert Fechtman, Paul Moehl- man, Nina Switzer. Typist Mildred Eggert Sports Elitor Eugene McCarty Assistant Orville Crane Club Editor Eleanor Kinney Photography Mr. Finch, Ruth Hummel, Reid McFall Adviser Miss Gretchen A. Kemp BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager William Patterson Assistants Wilfred Robinson and Menka Guleff Bookkeepers .... Anna Schnepf, Richard Yeager, Boris Petroff, Lulu Ricos, Richard Kerhoff, Elisabeth Lockhart, and Nina Marie Dresslar. Adviser Miss Helen Hayne- MANUAL, WE THANK THEE Manual, we thank thee ! For the opportunity to better our individual status, to secure the essential foundation of knowledge which we hope to exercise and aug- ment in the future, we are your debtors. A few short years ago we were tossed into the ' ' grinder of education " from which we emerged, though not a finished product, far in advance of our initial stage. Serving four years as understudies under the watchful guidance of our ever-encouraging faculty, we have enacted the part of a rolling magnetic sphere, gathering bits of knowledge that penetrated the intellectual capacities. Some of the retentive powers where high, others less coercive. We have made attempts — both fruitful and barren — in our various lines of endeavor. We have " borrowed " Manual ' s instruments to venture forth in our corresponding fields. For this we have been plunged into deep obligation to the lender, Manual. The theme of the June ' 38 senior class — Constantly Striving, Eventually Succeeding — ■ describes our uphill climb to the lofty heights of the ladder of success. During the course sin- cere efforts were made to attain the primary goal — that first step. Currently, we shall ' begin striving for increased altitude. Constantly striving for accuracy, straight- for- wardness, ingenuity, simplicity and persever- ance, we have established high hopes that we shall eventually succeed in our quests. Again, mindful of our indebtedness to you, Manual, we thank thee. —J. A. THEY EDITED THIS BOOK n e ' mm g ' £ P p 1 If June ' 38 Senior Booster Staff Twenty-six — And Oo (croes ine 1 rib by DORIS BRABENDER Four years ago with facial expressions not unlike wild fawns gazing for the first time upon the mystic wonders of the world, we timidly en- tered the portals of the big wigwam of E. M. T. ±1. S. Here under the expert and wise guidance of Chief McComb and his staff of wise medicine men we were to develop into full grown Red skins. Like all good papooses, we endured the taunts and tricks of the older bucks and squaws in silence, without a murmur of protest, looking forward to the time when we woidd have the same privilege. Although outwardly we appeared nonchalant and indifferent, inwardly we were tense, and our hearts beat at an alarming tempo. In short we were scared stiff. Aiter the passing of many nioous, we finally entered our second year under the big tent. The timidness that we brought with us from the out- side world gradually disappeared as the shed- ding of leaves from the trees in the fall. We be- came more self-confident, one might say, bold, and witli a reckless air we set out to develop a war whoop that would reach far and wide. Again seasons passed and we were ushered into our semi-final year. By this time the medi- cine men had impressed upon us the purpose of that four-year cycle through which we were passing, and we commenced a year of intensive study. Gradually each of us with his various de- grees of talent began to become particularly ac- tive in the fields of his choice. Qualifying as full-blooded Redskins with a full headdress of feathers, we swooped into our last year with whoops that made the big wigwam quake from end to end. We held our powwows during the third period in 135 and 217, under the capable leadership of the Misses Knox, Brady, and Beck and Mr. Clayton. To lead us successfully through our first se- mester we chose the following officers: Edgar Siegel, president} Jack Shaaber and Norman Burger, vice-presidents; Jean Scott and Menka Guleff, secretaries; Boy Hibner and William O ' Neill, treasurers. As all well-founded tribes must have a motto, we chose " Constantly Striving, Eventually Suc- ceeding, " as an inspiration to lead us ever for- ward. At the first meeting of our class, held in the auditorium in November, the gavel and trowel were presented to our president by Mr. McComb, and the other officers were then installed. Dur- ing this meeting, beautiful Cobalt blue was se- lected as our class color. We attended our first part of our Ivy Day with a dance in the boys ' gym. The second part of Ivy Day was celebrated on December 2-i in the auditorium. On this occasion we wore for the first tune our arm bands, which were designed by Robert Kluger. Our class banner, designed by Raymond O ' Neal, was also exhibited. The members of our class were given a chance to show their dramatic ability in the class play " The Youngest " , which was staged on Novem- ber 19-20, under the direction of Mr. E. Edward Green and Mrs. Vivian L. Siener. After a successful first semester, we entered our final term under the big wigwam. In order to make the coming term as successful as the first, Edgar Siegel was reelected president; Jack Shaaber and Erank King, vice-presidents; Men- ka Guleff and Ruth Morgan, secretaries; Roy Hibner and Jean Scott, treasurers. Other offices were filled by James Moschmeyer, prophet ; Robert Hooker, will maker; Doris Brabender, historian. On March 24-25, several actors and actresses were discovered among our members during the presentation of the second class play, ' ' The Royal Family " , under the direction of Mr. E. Edward Green and Mrs. Vivian L. Siener. Class Day, which closed our social activities, was held on May 27. Exercises were held in the auditorium, and the customary dance followed. Thus came to an end the eventful four years spent in the big wigwam of higher education at Manual Training High School. In the fields of both athletics and scholarship, Manual Red- skins were both feared and respected. We now resign the duty of keeping aflame the Manual Redskins ' traditions to the younger bucks and squaws. Meanwhile, equipped with the wisdom and knowledge taught us under the firm but kind eyes of Chief McComb and his staff, we shall go forth into the outside world, taking our place beside those who have gone before us. There we shall also make the world respectful and conscious of the spirit and courage that is symbolized by the word Redskins. -Twenty-seven o eniors Are Otage -N obility Xn JVaulman £ erber x la y — by MYRTLE BRIER A cast that put forth some really " royal " act- ing, an efficient group of stage workers and di- rectors, ambitious senior ticket salesmen, and the hearty support of the student body, com- bined to make " The Royal Family " a " royal " success. The three-act play, written by George Kaufman and Edna Ferber, portrays a family of actors the instigator of whom is Fanny Cav- indish, impressively played by Doris Brabender. All of her life Fanny had allowed nothing to interfere with her theatrical career, and she saw no reason why her daughter Julie, son Tony, and grand-daughter Gwen, realistically enacted by Mary Zimmerman, Jack Shaaber, and Mar- garet Webber respectively, should not do the same. Fanny had a will of iron and could make no allowances for the petty whims of others. Carefree Tony had no objections to perform- ing the duties of an actor so long as he could keep out of trouble. His life was one thrilling episode after another, episodes of his own crea- tion. Tony found no time to waste on family tradition. He stuck to the theater because it was fun. Julie had been following in her mother ' s foot- steps until Gilbert Marshall, played by Reid McFall, awakened her to the fact that her per- sonal life was more important than her public one. Realizing the pleasure she had been missing and eagerly listening to all that Gilbert Mar- shall had to tell her, Julie then encouraged her daughter, Gwen, to give up her budding career and marry her young lover, Perry Stewart, por- trayed by Fred Henry. A great deal of spice was added to the play- by the excellent performances of James Maseh- meyer as Herbert Dean, who tried to resist his theatrical declination, and his wife, Kitty Dean, Jane Flora, who found frequent means of agi- tating her husband. Edgar Siegel gave a natur- al performance in the role of Oscar Wolfe, Julie s devoted director. The ideal servants for such a family were characterized by Dorothy Egger and Paul Moehl- man as Delia and Joe who were outstanding be- cause of the untroubled manner in which they performed their duties in a household of so mucn confusion. Robert Frazee, David Fogle, Alvin Wegner, Gladys Gillespie, and Francis Fitch also gave creditable performances. Even though interruptions had been plentiful, not one of the Cavendish family could resist the lure of the stage. Before the story closes they had all returned to their profession except the great Fanny Cavendish who had unswervingly con- tinued her career until the moment of her death. That the play was unusually well produced was greatly due to the efficient directing of Mr. E. Edward Green, Mrs. Vivian L. Siener, and Menka Guleff as well as the hard work of the cast and the back stage crew which was under the direction of Mr. Lewis Finch and Carl De Felice. The large audiences at the performances were the result of the work of the advertising com- mittee aided by Miss Helen Haynes, the pub- licity group headed by Miss Gretchen Kemp, Mr. Yeager ' s senior art classes, and all of the seniors who sold tickets. Business was taken care of by Miss Brady and ;i committee of nine students. Miss Arda Knox efficiently directed the work of the ushers and assistants. Thirty- -Thirty-oiu N orman .Durger ±.s Cinderella As X ne W orm 1 urns JLn JDaj 7 by MYRTLE BRIER Cinderella had nothing on Richard Winslow, the youngest of four children, characterized by Norman Burger in the senior class play success- fully produced in Manual ' s auditorium Thurs- day and Friday, November 18 and 19, 1937. " The Youngest, " a comedy written by Phillip Barry, discloses the struggle of this poor boy to gain respect in his family of domineering brothers and sisters. Downtrodden by his insolent brother Oliver, Robert Schwomeyer, his spiteful sister, Augusta Winslow Martin, and her husband, Alvan Wins- low, played by Jean Scott and Stonko Angelo- vich, and his older brother, a socialite, enacted by William Tedrowe, Richard is rescued by his fairy godmother in the form of Nancy Blake, a scheming little busybody who is always interest- ed in changing the character of others, portrayed by Frances Kritsch. Mrs. Charlotte Winslow, the mother, enacted by Nina Switzer, was primarily interested in concealing the fact that they were a constantly wrangling family from her visitor, Nancy Blake. Other members of the cast included Menka Gu- leff as Martha " Muff " Winslow, and Mary Vulk as Katie, the maid, whose performances were highly creditable. Supplementing this excellent cast was Eustace, a genuine bloodhound, the prize possession of Nancy. The loves, hates, virtues, vices, joys, and sor- rows of this unusual family provided plenty of fast moving and hilarious entertainment for the spectators. Richard Winslow, under the sly di- rection of Nancy, finally subdues his family and obtains his proper place among them, and H in the process of doing so coyly wins the heart x of his instructor. Thus, like Cinderella, they G w ■ » ■ ■ « Thirty-two — lived happily ever after. A great deal of credit for the success of the performances goes to the director, Mr. E. Edward Green, and student director, Margaret Webber. The appropriate costumes were chosen by Nel- son Neal, Molly Passo, Eileen Reimer, and Mar- tha Baker under the guidance of Miss Oenney. Properties were provided by Reid McFall, Lu- cille Drake, Dorothy Egger, Thomas Ryan, Sam Hyman, Nathan Stein, and Alice Steiner, aided by Miss Thornton. Clever posters advertising the play were made by Thelma Thompson, Harriet Stewart, Mary Alice Sauter, Herman Martlage, Delores Brizen- dine, Albert Burzlaff, Herman Jeffries, and Jean Scott, under the direction of Mr. Yeager. Miss Knox, as house chairman, was in charge of a crew of ushers and assistants. Miss Brady, aided by a committee of twelve from 217 and a committee of eleven from 135, played an important part by taking charge of the printing and selling of tickets. Edgar Siegel, Jimmie Angelopolous, Ruth Hummel, Ruth Morgan and Nelson Neal assisted Miss Kemp with newspaper publicity. Services of the advertising committee consist- ing of Roy Brfciides, Max Eversole, William Patterson, Elnora Shirley, Robert Striggo, Hortense Ruth, Margaret Walton, Julia Won- ders, and Frances Fitch, directed by Miss Haynes, as well as technical stage manager, Mr. Finch, and prompter, Mary Zimmerman, were greatly appreciated. Memories of a real dramatic hit scored by a group of familiar faces will long remain in the minds of the " 38 seniors as one of their choice activities in a memorable year. T H E Y O U N G T — Thirty-three i f§ . i Am tors ■ -. « i i I Johnny J ,ets W isaom Xlow An Oage Advice JL o Seniors — by NELSON W. NEAL — For the too yeers I bin goin up here to Manual an ritin ' a Quail Krick fer the Booster I think Iheir is bin 2 times what I got it in on time, so when Jimmie an Ruth ses : " Johnnie, how ' sabout a Q. K. colyum fer the Sr. Booster? " I vowed rite then I ' d git this las ' one in on time, so here it is . . . late agin. When T sed I ' d rite this I had not a nothing to rite ' bout so E. Siegel ses to talk about Con- verse, his ol ' home stuff, but I aint sayin ' noth- in ' ' bout Converse cause their to dumm up there to even give rkugnishun too. Tha ' s rite, there so dumm up trere that when I asked one of ' em to join me in a glass of cold lemon-age he looks it me fer a spell an ses, " Well you git in furst an then I ' ll sea if ' n there is any room left. " But there aint no use fer me to go ramblin ' on like this cause I jist no ' s all you kids ' re waitin ' fer the advice I ' m goin ' to give you on how to git along in life after you git out of sknol ... if you do . . . Whatch out now cause here cuius my flow of wisdom : ' Bout the furst advice I ' d like to give is to not be to certain or to defunate about nothin ' cause snmtimes it has sum disasterous desult.s. I ' ve always tuk a lesson on that frum too old min down to Quail Krick that was so accurite that a. purfictly good dual went to the wind oncet. It seems that these to ol ' guys was the best shots in the county an both of ' em got in a argy- ment ' bout the whether. Well, they couldnt settul it no other ways so they jist tuk I here guns an went out in the woods by ' emselves an desided to fite it out to the finish. It ' s the cus- tnin in Q. K. that when in a dual you always shoot at the other guys left eye cause he is usein ' his rite one to site down the barrel with. Well, they got back to back with there riffuls, took 20 steps, turned ' round, took aim, an fired . . . hut ' inajun there surpreyes when they saw that neether one of ' em was even so much as creased. They was sort of ashaimed of ' emselves ' cause they was sich good shots but never hit nothin ' that time, so they desided it ' d be best to try agin . . . but ajrin neether one was hert. So this kept up fer ' bout twelve good rounds of am- munishun without eether bein ' hit by ' tother an they finnuly desided that they ' d better stop cause they ' s waistin ' so much powder. Well, when they started toward each other to shake hands an call the hole thing off, what d ' ya think they seen? There rite atwean ' em on the ground was a big pile of hot lead frum there guns. They had shot so straight at each others left eye that the bullits had met atwean ' sm an fell to the ground in a pile of hot led. My next advice is to always werk in sich a way so ' s you kin git the most benyfits frum what you do as you can . . . an I gotta story fer that ' n too . . . an its ' bout my pop. Now my pop ' s the strongest man fer 20 miles ' round Q. K. an ever mornin ' he goes out on the banks of the krick with three axes an chops down i three-foot tree so ' s as to werk up a good appletite fer breckfist. He ' s so strong and chops the trees so fast that one ax gits hot an dull in ' bout one minit of choppin ' an he has to lay it in the krick to cool off while he uses a nother one. Well, when he lays one of them hot axes in the krick its so hot that the water jist biles an bubbuls all round it ' till he takes it out agin. Now he gits them axes so fastley heated up that the krick is jist kept bilin ' up all the time. After he gits the water hot with those hot axes he goes home an eats breckfist an by the time he ' s throo with that the hot water in the krick is flowed down past our place ane he uses it to skald the hogs with when he butchers in the afternoons. J. Angelopolous hears ses his grammpa used to do the same thing, but the only diffurunce atwean his story an mine is that mine is the truth, s ' help ine. Well I gotta stop this now cause there ' s only a few more days left till we gradjewate an I ' m gonna, be awfull busy durin ' that time in tryin ' to git my shoos on. After T oncet git ' em on tho I ' m not gonna take ' em off till we git throo gradjewatin ' altho they hurts my feets. T like to have shoos on that hurts my feets tho ' cause it feels so good an peaceful when I oncet gits ' em off. Sined, Quail Krick Johnnie. -Thirty-seven J V « « THE ROINES CLUB The Roines Club, headed by Frank King, was established in 1314. Under the sponsor- ship of Miss Arda Knox this honorary organization of sen- ior boys is noted for its ser- vices to the school. The other officers of the club are Edgar Siegel, vice-president ; Paul Moehlman, secretary ; and Eu- gene McCarty, treasurer. MASOMA CLUB Made up of honor students this girls ' organization was formed in 1914. Under the supervision of Mrs. Ruth H. Shull, the club well expresses its code, " We Serve. " Jean Scott, president, is assisted by Doris Brabender, vice-presi- dent; and Menka Guleff, sec- retary-treasurer. H. Y. S. CLUB Under the leadership of Viv- ian Schulz, these girls devote their time to the services of others. Christine Gershanoff, vice-president ; Jane Holl, re- cording secretary, treasurer ; Maedean Bullard, attendance secretary, and R e g i n a Bauchle, press agent, comprise the other officers. Miss Helen Tipton soonsors the club. Thirty-eight- SERVICE CLUB Bill McCrary, president of the Service Club which v;is found- ed in 1939, is assisted by Fred Roessler, vice-president ; Har- old Light, secretary-press ag- ent, and Eugene Heard, trea- surer. Performing various du- ties around school, hoys of this club for underclassmen well live up to their name. This organization is under th sponsorship of Mr. Lewis Finch. DEBATERS Tlrs? boys are the Service Club Trophy Winners. The winning fall team, whose names are engraved on the Service Club cup, consisted of Boyd Collins. Robert Sickels, and John Raikos. Spring- winners were Merle McKinley. James Maschmeyer and Jack Shaaber. MASK AND WIG This club, founded in 1935, gives students an opportunity to prove their acting ability and to develop an apprecia- tion of drama under the direc- tion of Mr. E. Edward Green. Stonko Angelkovich, president ; Menka Guleff, vice-president ; Mary Zimmerman, secretary ; and Doris Brabender, treas urer, comprise the club ' s of- fices. — Thirty-nine JUNIOR RED CROSS— X Under the direction of Mrs. Coral Taflinger Black, this club, founded in 1924 at Man- ual, has aided many. Their key words are " Service to Others " and " Friendship a- round the World " Officers are Virginia McSpadden, presi- dent ; Jane Flora, vice-presi- dent ; Eleanor Wiehke, attend- ance secretary; Joyce Ketch- uni, recording secretary ; Vio- let Throm, treasurer; and Ruth Hummel, press agent. i e P HI-Y CLUB Boyd Collins leads Manual ' s division of this national or- ganization centering in the Y. M. C. A. Under the guidance of Mr. W. S. Barnhart this club creates, maintains, and extends throughout the school ruid community high standards of Christian character. Robert Frazee, vice-president ; Keith Wilson, recording secretary ; Glen Smith, attendance secre- tary ; and Robert Linson, press agent, are other officers of the Hi-Y. JUNIOR RED CROSS — Y Miss Anna J. Schaefer super- vises the work of these girls in their correspondence with foreign children of the J. R. ( and in local community projects. The club ' s officers are Lucille Cubel, president ; Joyce Rahm, vice-president ; Winifred Ragsdale, recording secretary ; Alice Hausinan, at- tendance secretary ; Geraldine Roe, treasurer ; and Edith Morgan, press agent. Forty- MANUAL FRIENDS OF READING Established In 1933, members of this club under the direc- tion of Mrs. Schad, read and discuss their favorite books and authors. Alice Steiner. president, is supported by Al- ice Lindley, vice-presideni ; Irene Elkins, recording sec- retary ; Louise Works, attend- ance secretary; Phyllis Ter- rell, press agent; and Katti- erine Raikos, treasurer. FORUM The Forum Club members, un- der the guidance of Miss Ro- sanna Hunter, discuss local and national iiuestions of cur- rent interest. The officers of this organization are Richard Murphy, president ; Menka Guleff, vice-president ; Leo Browning, recording secretary- treasurer: Doris Larrison, at- tendance secretary : and Paul- ine Link, press agent. BUSINESS GIRLS ' CLUB Comprised of girls interested in commercial activities, this club, under the direction of Miss Gertrude Lieber, hears addresses by business women. Leaders of the club are Ruth Fleck. president ; Harriet Stewart, vice-president ; Mary Jane Roeder, recording secre- tary; Virginia Hafer. attend- ance secretary; Dorothy Kott- kamp, treasurer ; and Donnie Douglas, press agent. Forty-one U» cf £ »Ks LATIN CLUB Betty Reid leads this club, founded in 1916, in the study of the background of the Lat- in language and the Roman people. Aiding the president are Mildred Alice Boyl, vice- iresident; Donald Fox, at- endance secretary ; Betty Biehl, recording secretary ; Moses Levy, treasurer ; and nnie Douglas, press agent. lese students are under the pervision of Miss Elizabeth i vis. FRENCH CLUB Organized in 1919, this club studies the life and customs of France. Ruth Morgan, pres- ident, is aided by Bessie Ro- senberg, vice-president ; El- eanor Kinney, recording sec- retary-treasurer, press agent ; and Helen Sells, attendance secretary. Mrs. Ruth H. Shull is sponsor. GERMAN CLUB Germany provides a back- ground for the programs of this organization, under the guidance of Miss Violet R. Beck. This club was founded Miss Bertha Thormeyer. Alfred Hubert, president ; Denzil Young, vice-president ; Dorothy Elder, recording sec- retary ; Lelia Harlan, at- tendance secretary ; Edward Manning, treasurer ; and Dor- 3thy Speicher, press agent, are the officers. Forty-two- SCIENCE Dnder the guidance of M Carl F. Hanske, this flu formed In 1919, offers Le lures, motion pictures, ani demonstrations. Officers con gist of Frank King, president l- ' rt ' d Roessler, vice-president Betty Poppaw, recording sei retary-treasurer ; Sophie N mias. attendance secreta and Joseph Greenberg agent. NATURALISTS Mr. Robert L. Black directs these student nature lovers in I he study of animal life, plants. and the elements. Mary Zimmerman, president ; Charles ftfanwaring, vice-pres- ident ; Gayle Herner, record- ing secretary ; Hazel Hardcas- tle, attendance secretary: an Edward O ' Nan, press agen are the officers of tilt MATHEMATICS Miss Arda Knox super this club which was organized for those interested in mathe- matics. Dorothy Egg er, presi- dent; Albert Osman, vice-pres- ident ; Charles Manwaring. attendance secretary ; Irene Kuntz. recording secretary ; Howard Stickford, treasurer; and Joseph Galvin, press ag- ent, are the club leaders. — Forty-three GYM BOYS Established in 1934, this club gives boys an opportunity to further their physical devel- opment. Officers are Dave Newman, president ; Dale Al- lanson, vice-president ; and Leo Costello, attendance sec- retary. This club is under the management of Mr. Alvin Ro- meiser. GYM GIRLS The direction of these girls who aspire to improve the de- velopment of their bodies, is done by Miss Theo Parr. Ir- ene Reimer, president ; Mar- cella Smith, vice-president ; Janet Conard, recording sec- retary ; Charlotte Smith, at- tendance secretary ; and Betty Werner, treasurer, are the group leaders. CAMERA Headt organ by Robert Sexson, this ation stimulates an in- terest in picture taking, de- veloping, and printing. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Bray- ton, this club was founded in 1920 for the purpose of fos- tering better photography. Supporting the president are Robert Chiplas, vice-president ; Mary Jane Mennel, treasurer ; Alma Wegner, attendance sec- retary ; Martha Grimes, re- cording secretary ; and Marie Sassower, press agent. Forty-four — ODD NUMBER This honorary literary organi- zation, under the management of Mr. J. H. Moffat, was es- tablished in 1920. James Masclmieyor leads these stud- ems in the reading and writ- ing of short stories. Una I ' .as- kerville, vice-president; Thom- as Ryan, recording secretary; Sidney Robertson, treasurer; Mary Sprenger, attendance secretary: and Bill Khiptash, press agent, are the other Odd Number officers. SPEAKING CHOIR Under the direction of Mrs. Vivian L. Siener this club gives students an opportunity to express themselves as a group. Officers include Jack Shaaber, president ; Glenn Smith, vice-president; Betty Gran, attendance secretary: Fred Henry, treasurer : and Allen Smith, press agent. ROD AND REEL Fred Roessler heads this club which teaches boys the intri- cacies of fishing makeup. Sup- porting him are Bill McCrary, vice-president ; Malcolm Gard- ner, recording secretary; Ai- len Smith, treasurer ; Robert Adams, attendance secretary ; and Allen Smith, press agent. Mr. Weigler is the sponsor or this club. -Forty-five COMMISSIONED AND NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS riiis military group is com- rised of the commissioned ind non-commissioned officers f the Reserve Officers ' Train- ng corps. The leaders are Robert Fechtman, major, and Stonko Angelkovicli, captain, rhese boys are under the sponsorship of Sgt. Robert French. HOME ECONOMICS Sponsors of this club, Miss Holmes and Mrs. Boots, assist these girls in developing an increased interest in the home economics field. Club officers are Gertrude Todd, president ; Lucille Angrick, recording sec- retary : Rose Kleis, attendance secretary; Virginia Hafer, treasurer; Jean Kline, song leader: and Betty Shortridge, press agent. MILITARY CLUB Sgt. Robert French guides these boys in their learning of military tactics. Officers consist of Stonko Angelkovicli, president ; Joe Schmalz, vice- president; Jack Shaaber, re- cording secretary; Lawrence Daum, attendance secretary; Joseph Galvin, parliamentari- an and treasurer ; and Charles Angelkovicli, press agent. Forty-six- ROOSTER STAFF Under Hie advisers, Miss Cretcheii A. Kemp and .Miss Helen Waynes, the publication of the weekly Rooster has de- pended upon this group of journalists. Editor-in-chief is Uutli Hummel ; assistant edi- tor. Edgar Siegel ; and sports editor. Jimmie Angelopolous. Business manager is William Patterson. ROOSTER AGENTS At each edition of the Rooster these students, representatives of their roll rooms, could be seen distributing Manual ' s publication. LUNCH ROOM Under the supervision of Mis? Ina Pemberton and Miss Em ma Miller, these student work ers have efficiently accom pushed their tasks. rr. g Jl V W X JL G PcJ . . y -- ' ■■•••• - .■..:■,;-. I? 9 r £ c ART CLUB Interested in landscape paint- ings, portrait exhibits, and other creative art work, these students comprise one of Man- ual ' s most active clubs. This group is directed by Mr. Davis and headed by Jean Scott, president ; Albert Burzlaff, vice-president ; Frances Kritsch, recording secretary- [tress agent; and Orvi lie Crane, attendance secretary. MUSIC CLUB Discussions of various com- posers, instruments and mu- sic jare the activities of this club group under the sponsor- ship of Miss Freda Hart. Of- ficers are Rose Kleis, presi- dent ; James Kohl, vice-presi- dent ; Alfred Hubert, attend- ance secretary ; and Robert Overton, treasurer. CHOIR Directed by Mr. Harold Wins- low and accompanied by Miss Freda Hart, this organization of mixed voices provides en- tertainment for school per- formances and outside organi- zations. The group was orig- inated for the purpose of studying English and Spanish hymns. Forty-eight — ORCHESTRA ■Since 18!) " . this activity al jfegnual has offered an oppor- uniiy for Instrumental musl- •ians who play tor commence- ncnl and many other school ictivities in addition to their mtside engagements. Russell Burl is is concert master and I ' atricia Pearson is treasurer jf (he group which is under he leadership of Mr. Harold ptnslow. GLEE CLUB Clad ' in red and white of Manual, these madrigals rep- resent their school at many mitside performances. Their ' •Rhapsody in Music " has heen an outstanding musical event of the year. Miss Freda Hart directs the activities of the singers whose officers are : Marjorie Lowe, president; Mil- tired Eggert, vice-president; Jean Kline, attendance secre- tary; Evelyn Skillman, secre- tary ; Lucille Angrick, trea- surer ; Juanita Deckard and Christina Kyle, lihrarians. fcrlj iA BAND Occupying a prominent place on the football field and at all pep sessions, the band, or- ganized in 1915, is under the baton of Mr. Loo Perkins. Robert Rooker is captain ; Or- ville Crane, first lieutenant; and Richard Sohn, second lieu- tenant. - M ft a ; ?t;- " ii r H V s - i ■ n-o . ,j f Ti . n » ' Indians, J our- I ear W ar V eterans, JJury Jjattle-Ocarrea 1 omanawks By Eugene McCarty " Thanks for the memory " — might be the theme song of this page devoted to athletes of the senior class who have buried the Redskin tomahawk after devotedly bearing it for four years. All have contrib- uted in keeping Manual traditions set by former stellar warriors. Many have been but little chiefs ; others mightier in ther prowess will be long remembered for their athletic skill. With this in mind, we bid farewell to these worthy braves of Manual. LESTER BOLANDER— Displayed his ability by joining the basketball squad three years. Re- ceived E. M. T. H. S. award. JAMES FRANKLIN — A consistent performer on the football squad for several seasons. Five- inch M. ROBERT FRAZEE— Bob has seen sendees on both the basketball and track teams. Has awards in both. RENICK GAINES— Played freshman basket- ball. Has an M. T. award. JOSEPH GALVIN— Discovered talent for foot- ball in his senior year. Has four-inch M. T. MORTON GROSS— Played reserve basketball for one year. Awarded a six-inch M. T. M— JOHN HANSING— Capable captain of our football squad; John was a four-year man in football and spent three years playing basket- ball ; received a block M and glorified his chest with a sweater. M— ROY HIBNER— This Bridgford man for four years proved to be a competent captain. " Bambino " has a block sweater for his ser- vices. OLEN HIER — Olen played one year on the basketball squad. M— FRANK KING— " Doc ' s " services were three-fold. Was a member of the golf team, stu- dent manager, and a competent member of our yell squad who gained the rank of captain. Two block M ' s. M— CHARLES MAN WARING— Played four years of football, one year of basketball, and spent one year on the track team. A real sport in all three. Has a block sweater. JAMES MARIANOS— Spent his senior year on the football squad. JAMES MASCHMEYER— This lad proved his worth to the Paintermen in his one year of competition. MERRILL MATLOCK— Gave two years to the football team and one to the track team. M— EUGENE McCARTY— " Gene " served three years on the basketball team. Has a block sweater. T1LMAN McCOURY— Member of the football team for one season. MERLE McKINLEY— A track man for sev eral seasons. Showed courage and true Manual spirit. A six-inch M. T. THOMAS NICHOLAS— Tommy, two-year track man, was one of the best cinder stompers. Has an E. M. T. H. S. award. M— WILLIAM O ' NEILL— This fleet-footed lad has seen two years of competition as a basket- bailer and deserves credit for two years of ex- cellent track work. Received awards in both. M— ALBERT OSMAN— A mighty, pint-sized halfback who made the gridiron talk for two years. Injuries forced the plucky lad to the side- lines most of the trine. " Al " has a block sweater M— BORIS PETROFF— Boris devoted four years to the basketball squad. A true fighter and good sport. Displays a sweater for his services. M— ARTHUR PHELAN— Art was a three-year man in football. Proved himself a worthy line- man. Has a block M. RALPH PHILLIPS— A consistent hardwooder for three years. Ralph has an E. M. T. H. S. Lent his ability to the football team for one year. M— SIDNEY ROBERTSON— A Painterman for four years ; a student manager for two ; has two block M ' s. M— WILFRED ROBINSON— " Will " is an all- round athlete having donated four years to the gridiron and three to the hardwood. He has col- lected two block M ' s and a sweater. His brilliant playing and sportsmanship earned him the Roines medal and a place on Purdue ' s All City Football selection. M— MARVIN WYANT— " Barney " was a flash on the hardwood for four years. Served the track team in his senior year. His block sweater goes well with his blond hair. M— ROBERT ZIMMER— Had two years on the hardwood. Bob later turned his attention to be- ing a student manager. Has a block M. Fifty-two- 3f MB SiT " !■ ' ?a [ ' ' iihI ' v ' " rffe j »- ' • J - ' ■■■• J ; jK FiH He pi i n E ? ' 3 E Bf : I I Bt . -W . HVL,: 9H • ■ lTHj. rj-fl 4 ■-. Kr ' • - iL 19 i ; v| J y n H sv 49?. jfi L Ml MlJ K pfflBSU ;-XJ PvOtH Ik tH BpI Jf F Kk t m Ty l IMF ji N Hi »ANUi ij. 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