Shortridge High School - Annual Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1920

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161. WILLIAM JONES-Speed, pep, and vigor-that's William in a nutshell. A special feature with the ladies. 162. EDGAR JOSEPH-"Mockey" almost won a wager once! He and Dick were pro! gressing famously with their nice, long whiskers, 'til Mr. Dirks announced "no shave, no school." Lots of fun. 163. DOROTHY KAUFFMAN-Pretty: dark hair and eyesg one of the small members of the class. Jolly. Interested in Purdue. Therapon. 164. HELEN KEEHN-Shadow of Margaret Stowers. Worships science. A clever, original girl, and a true Shortridger in every sense of the word. Therapon Club, Math- ematics Club, Camera Club. 165. LORETTA KELLER-Stars when she studies. Has a memory by actual measure- ment three-eights of an inch long. Believes in walking-but not alone. 166. FLORENCE KESSLER-A leaf from the Shortridge fashion book. Is quite popular. A lovable girl, possessing a iriendly disposition. Senior play committee. 167. MARJORIE KETCHAM-A very sweet, splendid girl. Appreciates good books. The possessor of two enviable dimples. Junior Drama League. Therapon. 168. GERALD KILEY-Erstwhile Major of the Shortridge R. O. T. C. Gerald came to us from Tech in his Senior year. Fashion plate, with wavy, patent leather hair. 169. HARRY KIMBER-I-'riday's Echo editor. Senator Beckham in the Senate, and Judge of annual Senate trial. Doris taught him not to be a woman hater. 170. ELEANOR KING--An enviable, sweet disposition. Lots of friends. Eleanor always makes a brilliant recitation. Tuesday Echo: Annual staffg secretary of G. D. H.g Thcrapon. Vice-president, once, of "Story Tellersf' 171. PAUL KNIGHT-Quiet and dignified. Always delivers the goods in his work and in his play. Plays saxophone. 172. RUTH KRIEGER-A sweet girl who always has a cheerful smile for every one. Was once known to be almost cross. 173. LEO KURZROCK-One of the fellows. Not so much for the ladies, but a top- notcher among his masculine friends. Member of Senate and Shapespearian Club. A good chess player. Honor Roll. 174. CELESTINE LABAT-Celestine is the lovable little senior who speaks French as well as English. We are sorry to lose her. 175. HAZEL LATTA-A good-looking, dark-haired young lady who specialized in the Commercial Department. Has "rare" eyes. 176. ROBERT LAKIN-Musician under Mr. Osbon. Aspires to reputation of J. Ham Lewis. Likable. Good student. 177. DOROTHY LAMBERT-One of our Titian-haired young ladies. Always seen in company with Dorothy Voshell. 178. WYANT LAYCOCK-Was president of Shortridge Senate for several terms. Ability along Demosthenic lines. Friend of many of those who haunt the sacred recesses of Room 37. 179. BETTY LEE-A la Bebe Daniels. Black shoes, dress, and hair, that's Betty's usual costume. Ask Otis Bradwayg he knows. 180. KATHARINE LENNOX-Sister of Dick, '19. "Kay" is one of the prettiest and most popular girls in the class. Is full of fun, and has a dimpled smile for everyone. Blushes adorably. Therapon. Ex-president of Discussion Hour. Annual Art staff.

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181. RACHEL LEOPARD-A most charming girl with a host of friends. Chemistry star, especially in the second semester with Mr. Wade. Therapon. " 182. GERTRUDE LEWIS-She is the envy of the class in possessing a pleasing, charm- ing manner. Good in French, and stars in most of her classes. Popular with all who know her. 183. .IOSEPHINE LIKELY-Has lots of "pep," and red hair to go with it. Good looking, good dancer, good student, and drives a Ford that is a Mooresville terror. Senior Play. 184. AGNES LINDAMOOD-One of our Greek stars and a devotee of Miss Marthens. Always cheerful. A girl who is well liked by all her classmates. 185. LUCY LINDLEY-A cute little blonde with bobbed hair and lots of pep. Guaran- teed to make more witty remarks and comments per minute than any other lady of the class of '21. 186. VIRGINIA LINDSTROM-Member of Fiction Club, Therapon Club, and Senate. Tennis player of quality, and likes watching basket ball games. Stood high scholas- tically. Loyal Shortridger in every respect. 187. JOHN B. LITTLE-"Johnny" has made good with everybody, including M. T. and the ladies. His star shines brightest as a Math student, especially ifn Trig. Tip-top dancer and general society chap. First Lieutenant in R. O. T. C. 188. DALE LIVENGOOD-Dale has one of these "after me, Oswald" strides! A mighty good sport, though. Often seen in the North street corridor. 189. LYNNE LOTICK-High pacer in track squad. Only representative from Short- ridge in State track meet in 1920. Football squad. Promising artist and well developed athlete. 190. GRANVILLE LUTEN-A rare fellow with an acute sense of humor and a Lincoln-like drawl. As brilliant as he is tally and he pierces the ozone for something like six feet. 191. DORIS LYNN-One of the charming members of the firm of Lynn and McKee. Staunch disbeliever in evolution. Therapon. Basket ball and music enthusiast. Likes Harry. 192. EDITH McALPIN-Edith's one of Shortridge's liveliest "pep-bombs"! Well acquainted with every one in school. Been down here long enough to own stock in the place. 193. BERNICE McBROOM-A pretty, well-behaved young lady. Does beautiful work in the Art Department. Annual Art staff. Therapon. 194. JEANNETTE McCARTY-Leave it to Jane! Came to us from Urbana, Illinois, in her Sophomore year. Fond of Philadelphia. A good friend and a true Shortridger. 195. KATHLEEN McCLURE-Kathleen is the stylish Senior who is noted for her coif- fure. Sister of Cubena. "Enough said." 196. LOUISE MCCORMICK-Stars in Mathg also an Astronomy enthusiast. A friend of Mr. Gingery. Louise has made up her mind to be a school-marm. A very sweet girl. Secretary of Girl Reserves. Secretary of Math Club. Therapon. 197. DOROTHY E. MCCULLOUGH-Vice-president of our class. Literary staff of the Annual and first on the Honor Roll. Also president of the Press Club and secretary of the Fiction Club. Has been vice-president of the Senate and president of the Math Club. Therapon. Possesses the ability to star in everything she undertakes. Full of fun. One of the finest, best loved and most popular girls in Shortridge. 198. HELEN McGAHEY-A merry little colleen-a breath of the Auld Counthry. Helen is a shining light of the Commercial Department. 199. JUNE McKEE-A Science star of the first rank. Possesses a swect smile and a very pleasing personality. She and Doris Lynn are never seen apart. 200. ROBERT McKEE-An excellent student and fellow, especially in History and Vergil. But his interests also lie some place else. He is intending to enter Indiana next fall.

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