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141. FOREST HINDSLEY-Looks the ideal vicar. Orchestra and band bass "hornist."
Favorite occupation, "accompanying" a. noted singer.
143. CHARLES HENDERSON-Sworn friend of Herman Selka and James Lambert.
Owns one of the few "tin lizzies" in town. Serious half of the time and full of fun the
other half. .
143. ROLAND HOCKET-Came to Shortridge last semester from Richmond. He is
an able musician, playing clarinet in both orchestra and band. A good student: inter-
ested in all Shortridge athletics.
144. FLORENCE EVERETT HOOPER-Therapong Mathematics Club. An A+ student.
Florence is one of our active Shortridgers whose scholarship and spirit uphold all
standards of the high school. Sincere and unassuming. A cheerful companion, a true
and devoted friend.
145. JOHN HORNER-Everyone knows jolly Johnny. Tried French and tackled "trig."
We just know he'll succeed.
146. CHRISTINE HOUSEMAN-Plays the piano in the Shortridge orchestra. Surely
knows how to play wonderfully well. A lovely disposition and a pleasing personality
make Christine stand out as one of our finest Shortridge girls. A member of the Girls'
Discussion Hour. Formerly prominent in the Story-Tellers' Club.
147. IRENE HOWARD-Brown-eyed and full of pep. Is she good to look upon? Well,
148. DONALD HOYL-Umpty-steen pounds avoirdupois. First period study hall mis-
chief maker. Pecks of fun. His clothes fit him perfectly.
149. GERTRUDE HULS-Another prominent Irvingtonite. A charming friend and a
loyal Shortridger. Interested in dramtic art. Intends to go to Butler. Friend of Meta
Morris and Lois Wishard. Therapon.
150. ROSAMOND ISRAEL-"Pete" came to Shortridge in her senior year, and by her
winning smile and happy disposition has made many friends. Possessor of some pretty
black "go-get-'em" eyes. Survived Physiology.
151. LEON JACKSON-When there's mischief brewing, Leon's there. Has an intimate
acquaintance with Mr. Buck and Mr. Dirks.
152. HARRIET JAEHNE-Full of fun and mischief. Sister of Fred, '20, Has many
friends. Possesses a mass of beautiful golden curls. An ardent basket ball supporter.
Senior secretary: H. S. G. C.3 Junior Drama League, Therapon.
153. MAURINE JACQUITH-Good looking? You bet she is. And her disposition is as
charming as her looks. Friend of Amy Graham. Therapon Club.
154. BEATRICE JEFFERS-Originator of the famous Royal Rooter Kazooists. A
graceful little blonde, possessor of lovely curly hair and an enviable complexion. Active
in everything that concerns Shortridge, and especially the class of '21, Therapon Club,
155. EDITH JENKINS-A very sweet, quiet girl who is interested in girls' athletics.
Volley ball, hockey and basket ball.
156. MARGARET JENKINS-Vice-president of the Fiction Club. Stars in English.
Won the first prize in the 1920 Christmas Echo Story Contest. Writes stories that make
all of her many friends proud to know her. A very pretty girl who has a lovely dispo-
sition. Therapon. A member of the Girl Reserves. Second prize for Annual story.
157. HELEN MURPHY-Came to us in her senior year from Champaign, Illinois. A
splendid and attractive girl. Loves to read good books and has a great deal of literary
ability. Stars in English. A member of the Girls' Liscussion Hour.
158. JAMES JOBES-Debating star of '20 and vice-president of Debating Club. Regi-
mental sergeant major of Cadet Corps in its first yea1'. Member of the "Royal Rooters":
even goes so far as to bring his two kid sisters to the basket ball game.
159. MYRTLE JOHNSON-Myrtle is no exception to the rule, that "still water Hows
deep." However, every stream has shallow places, and when she comes to these, she
160. MARTHA JOLLIFFE-One of our very good looking Seniors and a mighty fine girl.
Naturally has a host of friends because of her charming and unassuming manner. Occu-
pied an important place in the Commercial Department. Therapon.
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