Martin Boots Junior High School - Sketch Yearbook (Marion, IN)

 - Class of 1930

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10 The Sketch yy GLENDORA LEAMON Dramatic Club, Do as You Please Club, Glee Club, Girl Reserves. "A girl of activity." MARCEL LEWIS Hall Patrol, Department Editor of Sketch, Glee Club. "Oh, la, lag I'm a tramp." LORRAINE LINDAHL Girl Reserves, Hobby Club, French Club, Track '29. "If you need flowers, call on Lor- mine." FRANK MAIDENBERG Aviation Club. "Gas City shoe salesman." JEAN MATHEWS Girl Reserves, Student Council, Track 'Z9. "Find Marjory and you'll find Jean." FRED MENZEL Student Council, Art Club, Glee Club, 9A Orchestra. "He moved-but, we will always re- member Fred." GEORGE A. MILLS Varsity Football '29, Track '27, '28, '29, Second Team Varsity Basketball '29, Junior High Basketball, Sec'y 8 Treas. of the Junior Salesmanship Club, Hall Patrol, President Home Room 27, First Aid Club. "The boy who causes Red Grange a lot of worry." HERMAN MOORE "Kit Carson's only rival." DOLORAS PAXTON 9A Secretary of Home Room, Presi- dent of Girl Reserves, Study Club. "Why bring that up." ADAH PENCE Girl Reserves, President of Dramatic Club, Athletic Director. "The Mysterious Tiger." "Our future Longfellow." EUGENE PENNINGTON 9A Treasurer Home Room, Junior Hi-Y, Glee Club. "Mary's favorite." GROVER POLLARD "A future Paul Whiteman." PAUL PRESNALL "The best imitation we'ue seen yet of a monkey." GARL PYLES Study Club "A quiet, dandy fellow." J EANNE REED Girl Reserves, Dramatic Club, Glee Club, President of French Club. "Loyalty to the school is Jeanne's motto." JOHN RHORER Junior Hi-Y, Circulation Manager of Sketch, Home Room President, '28: Hall Patrol, '28, Band III. "Girls, ain't he cute." MAXINE RINEHART Girl Reserves, Art Craft Club. "A quiet, all round scholar." FAYE RUGGLES Girl Reserves. Art Craft Club. "Another victim of Algebra," THELMA SANDERS Girl Reserves, Orchestra. Track '29. "Thelma is so quiet I wonder what she has up her sleeve?" ARLOUINE SMITH Glee Club, Girl Reserves. Dramatic Club. French Club. "Dependability--her middle name." CHESTER SHANKLIN President of Cartoon Club, President of Vocational Information Class. Junior Hi-Y. "John Gilberfs second." NORMA SNODGRASS Girl Reserves. President of Do As You Please Club. "A smile for everyone," ROBERT STARRETT Junior Hi-Y, Hall Patrol, Swimming, Club. Assistant Business Manager of Sketch. "l ain'l got nobody--says who?" ETHELYN STICKLF Girl Reserves. . "Norma Snodgrasss shadow " EARNEST SUTTON Study Club "When he's in shop you know he'll work." ELLEN THOMAS Girl Reserves. Do As You Please Club. "Just a Gas City belle." CHARLES TRUEX Study Club "l ran'f get thu! Biology." IIDYTHE TUTTEROXV Girl Reserves. ' "W'hy teachers visit Richmond " DONALD WEAVER "Mum is the word." VERDA WINTERS Girl Reserves, Hobby Club. French Club. Track '29, Short Story Cub, "Do much. Say less H 1

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- The Sketcn -V vw-L --3 XVYLLARD BISH Junior Hi-Y, Junior Salesmanship Club, Varsity '2Q. "If you want to know anything about biology ask "Edison.'l PATH- BOXELL Dramatic Club, Junior Hi-Y, Editor- in-lffliief of Sketch, Band Ill. "I um tuhsz you uin'r." DELFERT BROYVN Archery Club. .liinior Hi-Y. "Our fizfzzre Erzjle Scout." HARRY BRUNNER Junior Hi-Y, Junior Salesmanship. "Us big he men." IRLOSSYYZ BUNDY Department Editor of Sketch. French Club, Girl Reserves, Track '29. "A few words are a sign of deep rhoughtf' IQVERE l'T BYINGTON QB Home Room President, French Club, Junior Hi-Y. 'Sonny Boy." C2l,RAl.D CARR Airplane Club 'ilfrorn Roseburg Pike." ,1ARClQl.LA CERTAIN Cartoon Club, Department Editor of Sketch, Nlieuchers duff! know ?UCflflh1'Y7t1," llMil,'x' COl.,l.lI-JS "Ernrngfs always S1731-Il.l7f1.H ARTHUR CRA MER Boy s Glee Club. Short Story Club. "fl IFOU uhosrf head is ful! of trims " lfD'WlN CULBERTSON Junior Hi-Y. Do As You Pleusc Club. Home Room Captain. "Whiz girls leave home." ,if!l'iY CCL? Girl Reserves, Druiiigtic Club. Stud- .-ial Couizrii i.ite1'.1ry Editor ol' Fiiretcli. l:I'ClTCl1 Club. ' llflztzt' !'1rrJe1i1'." lillAI's.R DQODORU lunior iii-Y, .luui wr Sale-sinniisliip iiilliv ffl. lin .iw You l'1exr,e it 4.1: ll'1':J tofu .lli-is l'3:'cf.'f, rJ:'4c'c11.,',s pill: on 1?u""' l ill .fw 5,-Till'-l .'r:"'1r Eli-Y flnliii Clfuli i'1'Jsiclc:'t. A .r:fi, lllltzn ii Skcusim, llunil '-,?.f f 1."., 'J ', l1'4ftII'!S lirzuf fZUi7:'l-,S f.fn.' Ili. f,ft11'1'or7 ijlfii' tm! l.11t4r7." U.--fi' .'i3Lf'fififYl. 'J rsxfic ffulm. Ciiyl Re erv lircncli .r fi-fsl--,infix gdamr oi' Fil-.eltlt l muff! zur! tt'z'zi.i 30.3 of pez'sonuI:'- ttf." MARJORY EARHART Girl Reserves, Dramatic Club, Eti- quette Club. "Gentlemen prefer blondsf' DOROTHY FRAZEE Girl Reserves, Do as You Please Club, Dramatic Club, "Mysterious Tiger". "Now Ietls talk about Latinf' HARRY GABLE Business Manager of Sketch, Hall Pa- trol. Junior Hi-Y. Glee Club '28, Assistant Stage Manager, Swimming Club. 'llust another handsome patrolman gone wrong." Al.lCl2 GGRE Girl Reserves, Art Craft Club. "Continued next week." CLAUDINE GRANT Dramatic Club, Girl Reserves, Athlet- ic Director. HOU! of my way-big boy." l.OUlI5II GRll5l5l'l'l'l Do As You Please Club. Girl Reserves. HA typical' home room c'14I1'Zen." l3URRlfS l' l'llGl'll,Y Cartoon Club. "How do we know you LIIQKIUII bomb the labor temple?" MARJORIE HOLDREN Girl Reserves. Art Craft Clulv. "Ihre, there, und eue1'ywl1ere." ROHZRI' JUMPER President of .lunior lli-Y. .lunior Silvsiziaiigliip Club lin-ziriess Mnnnger ol Xlzirlfloo Student Council. "xl Fat, llflilktlib 47:1 rzrtzuf lifllliil-fi I' liiflxlli.-l,l..l. wi, Home Roam l'iw.-siciciii. Junior Hi- Y. In '-.' imrziiug Clulv. Hull llgxtrol. 'JF' flOIJfZ!'?T'S iuorsr- .Half in Biol- 15:14. "-i,'pl. Y fx li lill. l ' .lwzfox ll:-li, glxiipfune Cluli. l7ri:ncli L " i 111' iwzwz Tflrllff' l'r1lenJ1'n:if' It iiilfii f ii . A X, , . K., 1. ,ri r . .fuiigin eeznuusmp lf i. ' ' aff?-f 'i1u.'frjrzy." " ' l'-'f5l'9l3l lf .1 flu- !-'mutt' li,Ilk"II1JIl'5lllP r r ' H -. -'illf ' " sk lil rl-l , 1:1 it A fQ1.,ri.s11 Vfulm, l.' 'v '!2'1'f'l7:.t' llflr., 'RX l'YIlfXff'i fliwalx illull. i fri-.xi :tilt-z'1 f'JL::7le:'."

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The Sketch 1 1 Activities Home Room OR THE LAST PEW YEARS the organization of the Home Room has progressed until it is now the nucleus of all school activities. HI-lome Room First" seems to be the motto of every boy and girl in Martin Boots. The Home Room has charge of the general administration of the affairs within the room. They tend to create a proper attitude of courtesy, loyalty. industry, sportsmanship, and other qualities among the student body. At least once each month each home room presents a program of entertainment to its members. Occasionally parties are given which give the students social training. The home room fosters a better relationship between the teachers and students. They become better acquainted through their cooperation in Home Room affairs. Students of the Home Room also become better acquainted With each other. The aim is, 'ATO make the home room the students home," ---Miss HARDIN Mr. Hopkins, Room 6 President ,,,.,.,,. .. Anna Shrock Vice-President Vivian Smithson Seretary . Virginia Thurston Treasurer. Kathleen Smith The project of this room, planned by Sara Sprinkle, is "Grant your trust to Home Room Sixf' Mr. Kelly, Room 104 President Robert Grant VicefPresident Robert Hautem Secretary Jeanette Jordan Treasurer , Richard Garber Miss Coy, Room 106 President Mary Flannagan Vice-President Howard llart Secretary and Treasurer . ,...... . Robert Fultz Mr. Weaver, Room 108 President .. . . Paul McCoy Vice-President. Frank Murphy Secretary and Treasurer.. . .... , Betty Liniger Misses Beals and Hadley. Room 112 President . .Forest Kendall Vice-President . John Rhorer Secretary Doloras Paxton Treasurer Eugene Pennington Miss Studder, Room ll4 President Max Long Vice-President Helen Kuhnheirn Secretary . Margaret Lines Mrs. Curlcss, Room 116 President Doris Davis Viet-Presidetit .Junior Conrads St-tri-r.1ry and Treasurer Frederick lilannagan Project: Martin Boots Junior High Scrap Book.

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