Edinboro University - Conneautteean Yearbook (Edinboro, PA)

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Head of Dept. of Social Studies IV.x1.1..x1'14: .I. Sxvlncn, Sv.B. Biology and Physical Science Aim l'Iv1+:1.YN .loxlcs Supervisor of Teacher's Training B. l:ICGIS HlXltliIS4lN Director of Boys' Health Education 4',n'1I11:u1N1c Armin' Director of Girls' Health Education lY.x1.1m F. Hivrlfzs, Alu. Head of Dept. of Arts and Crafts E. fiRAl'l'l filiAl'IAM, AB. Language Teacher and Registrar Hom K. NV1cI,1.s, A.M. Teaching of Science "i'l'uoM.xs A. HlllI,X'l4ll! Head of Dept. of Education lvlcx IC. illxsl-1 Librarian Anim II. DUI'l'lC'l"l'l4I Instructor in Art S. GoR1mN limlcm' Head of Music Dept. "' Died November 25, 1922. P illarultg CI,luuaNC1c C. CRAVVFORD, PH.B. Principal It is with the greatest of pleasure that the Conneautteean mentions the appointment of Mr. Crawford as principal of Edinboro Normal. We can do no better than to quote a previous yearbook in expressing our "appreciation of the sterling qualities of a gentleman, the broad vision of a scholar, and the quick understand- ing of a friend." lVI11,muc1m Fonxisss Assistant Librarian INIARY M. I'II'ICKER, A.M. Director of Primary Group :XLICIC HARMON, A.M. A Instructor in English BEN.-x K. HANSON, PH.B. Instructor in Psychology MRS. AMY M. SIMPSON I nstructor in Music CH.u:1,1f:s M. IlARcoM1aq, A.M. Principal of Senior High School -I. RUss1a1.r. Bowxmx, A.B. Assistant Principal GICNIGYEIVE Klfzixry, A.M. Instructor of Latin IIIQLIA R1c:i1rrM1R1f:, B.S. Vocational Home Economics XYILLIAM F. X'ANHI'SKIRK, B.S. Instructor in Vocational Education DIARY IC. MURRAY,, A.B. Instructor in French and English BEllNIt"I4l HI7l"lP Principal of Junior High School ' Isnmzi, ADAM, BED. History and Civics alba 1 XV . C511 ,,.',:.,- ' Q21 fi T1 Y Q 3,1 Jr-1. X5 90 Q 5. ' 'lx-v ' ' I -- H" -I ati -.Q ...Q Bihxxclli-1 How.xic1i Junior High School Critic CIIARLPJS lV1':1Ns'rocK, AB. Science and Mathematics lfhmxclizs lii'1u'il1"1l-11.11 Principal of Elementary School Gi..un's llmuclsox, KS. Critic Teacher, lst and 2nd Grades M.u'iua Ilowncn Critic Teacher, 6th Grade -li-:NNHQ L. Anmcx Critic Teacher. 4th and 5th Grades I"I,0Rl'iNCl'l BIAY lil'NKI'II,, A.M. Dean of Women L. H. VANlIHl"l'l'IN, A.M. Director of Erie Branch f'l'Zl.l'IS'I'lA .l. Ilmcsllm' Supervisor ltl"rI1 IC. f'AMl'l!l'Il.l. Health Education NI-:i.i.u': G. llvnsox, l'u.M. Science Mus. :KLICIC PGRRIN Sims A.M. Primary Education l1ll.I.l-IY X orxu, AJS. Social Studies M.xl'lwl-: ll. l'.x'r'ri-:icsox, .X.ll. Mathematics Glt.u'l-I l'Ie'lui.xN, ILS. Critic Teacher. 5th and 6th Grades lilt.U'l-I l"l-:xi-ox Critic Teacher. lst Grade l,lI.l.xx N.X'l'.Xl.ll'Z llo'r'rxi.xN. .X.l5. Critic Teacher, 4th, Sth. and 6th Grades Cmumz Iiirzicri-:iz ' Critic Teacher, Ilrd and ,ith Grades Mun' NI:-Cmcxiicit Critic Teacher. Kindergarten Mun' -ll':.xN l'.xici4imi'si-: Critic Teacher. Ilrd Grade Mics. Bllxxlic S. S'l'I'XlI', ll.l'i-zu. Critic Teacher, 5th and 6th Grades .trivia Si'i.i.iv.xx Critic Teacher, 2nd Grade l':I.IZ.Xl!l'I'I'II Si'.xififoi:i1 Critic Teacher. Kimlergartcu ANNA XVILKINS Critic Teacher. Sth and Sth Grudcs 2 Zigi' G' 4JmS"9f'g'1l' 4 'P 1 ! H" as J. 'ff 19 'Q' ' if 3 19555311224--l.ifffsfa4.A--4' , h' K Anb' "Q -1, ,X--1 L 1,1 l .M kai! Q u ill! '-'E-9' -4"' 'I f f' sf J Q - j I 4, f 'Y x'-5n7'.. fPl1 ,5 "' ' ji' sw la !.'i"-'S 8 ss'-5 ,,--4---- , G' ' Q41mSQ " 5 1- ii QQ fwfg' if 4 XdlQ il a n ffl 'LQ-n l ,mai r ga-X XB! QIQ' -1-"in :ri "" ,,. A. 3 . Q3 vr W 5 " lx-, rig, I . R A' O " " Q .1 I 'P X ,lf 'i A 'f' - E- gg --. I A - ,, S I 112 Almnni To EIlinI:In'n'.w llmmravl .lllllil ni: !l1'1'1'Ii11y1S. With the 4-mning of eavh sin-vm-ssivu ycar anul thi- puhlishinu ul' -favli ul-u hunk a ul-u Class stands at the tltrc-sholrl ul' our Alma Nlalvr rvally tu str-p t'm'xx'4uwl in tlu- may :hav you have gone hvfurv. You have- guiw lu-l'urv, anll yuu liavl- sliuwn uf thi- nay ul- inufr go, and we are pruuul tu follow. As we travel the walks ul' uur sl-luml ur an wi- liuuvr in ilu halla ul- uluullr in what walks uf lifv tho Alllllllll arv tram-ling :lull wi- try lu wi- xxhal walkx ul- Shall I-ll low in the future. If wv 1-an, In-ar Aluinni, only uuuv up In thi- hiuh Ntan-larll yuu hai-- set for us we- will he- happyg hut il' wv van, prutltiuu hy yuur !'XIl!'l'lQ'lll'!'N, num- a at-up allvall wo will he inure- than satislin-cl. You have' gone' on ahvall and Xllll haw- turnwl In uiu- us thu livlpinx: hanll that ul- ncvml. Wo earnestly liupm- that in tlu- futurl- wha-n wi- am- alum rlaxfulil-ll ax .Xlurnni ul- will he able to ilu tha- sanu- fur sill-we-llilig vlasws. Anil so, hoing yours fur thv glory ul' Ulrl I':llllIlllll'1l, ul- ar-- 'l'lll Vi xxx 1-1 l"2'2 4 I" I 5 f Q41-W .iqdgf +411 if! ! A dogg? if-'?.. x-.Q W I X Q 3 1' 1 . 1' 'Tw , ffl 'L' A Y gf lf. - ,F ,, U.: -, L I x ' . Pi' ' A - ., -ff, ' ' ' ' - ' I ', ,, 9 N .,.!- il " mug., 55 h mlm A R, ,Ml rg no n 3' I ff . f-as L. m.,-,JN if i f I f H-ihvgh 2 J 5. W f A .ll .fr ilu' ' swf N,-,KN 5-3, D I S - .., ' -:Q ll! can -B'-1 -F ,J '- lf . Hi .J ,M L - ' 1 1 - X Mx It is with mingled feelings that we look back on our first days at Edinboro. Then Gr - ax: f fif 4 an 2155 , 1 5 h - 1 , I , 'Z , A ,- if 9 , , 4 . ' " M..- Svvninr Qllaaa ikiatnrg we were Juniors, shy, and even we will admit that we were as green as almost any other incoming class. Now we are Seniors, ready to graduate, and have become dignified and self-possessed. There has been a change, a great change, and what is it that has done this thing? Of course we all remember the Class of '22 and their help in making us acquainted with the school where we were to spend the better part of the next two years. Who could forget the serenades and the proposed snipe hunts that greeted us when we first arrived? Who could forget those various orders into which We were initiated,-The K. K. K., The Saffron Canine, etc. Certainly we will not forget. And then the Fall Wel- come! It was on this day that we saw the last of Edinboro football and then enjoyed one of her best dances. Such a day was all that was needed to complete our acquaint- ance with "Old Edinboro" and her ways and customs. There are many things that should be mentioned here but we must not think too deeply now. Do we remember the Halloween dance? We surely do! Even the proud Seniors admitted that we had given a very successful party. Among the many experi- ences that we had during the next few months, there was one which still stands far above all others. Does anyone guess? MUMPS! Aye, there were many swelled heads at Edinboro those days. Even thcse of our number who did not succumb to the ignoble affliction will remember the days that we spent on the campus looking off. When com- mencement rolled around,-were we sorry? Yes, in some ways we were. The Seniors were to go and we were to lose their company and their friendships. But with Class Day we became more cheerful. Every Junior walked a little straighter than he had before. At last we are Seniors. We came to Edinboro with more assurance this last fall than we did the year before, and we hope that we helped to make the latest crop of Juniors feel at hc-me here at Edinboro. NVe Well know, now, why Seniors should be proud and dignified, in fact, we believe that we are that Way ourselves. It is true that certain members of our revered faculty still try to teach us about "Messrs. Alcuin, Bobbit Ka Co." but it is doubtful if they are highly successful. We feel that we are surfeited of knowledge. We are walking on air. We are Seniors! Graduation is before us and into our exuberance creeps a new note of something akin to sorrow. We are about to leave Edinboro. When we go we will have, to take with us, a knowledge that we have accomplished many things and that we have formed friendships that will last longer than the short time we spend at school. 4229 fi 'Q G 5 1, Q .my vkh 9' . 5' 7 --E 'wwffp Q .V '-'-- fl-i ,-I-Q sw ', " i l. !ad5.'i"-'S f? gl ::"" "ii 3 ..-N., Sylvester Snyder .... . Rebecca Jenness. . . Hazel Coburn .... Mary Anderson .... Ellen Carney. . .. Ellen Mooney. . .. Clara Freinrlel ..... Ethel Ruhling ..... Qllaaz Cmiirvra .........l'resirle-nl .....Vic'e l're-siclent . . ..... Sel'retzu'y . . .'I'rez1sure-r Erie iliranrh lSl-WON D Sl-IMl'IS'l'l'IRl . . . . . . President ....Vi1-e Presirlent S0l'l'9lZll'j' 'l'l'l"l41lI'l'l' ., 4. Ollawa Qlnlnra Yule lllue and Old Gold 1 l K -wimiss .gf 'dl lx a n fl! 'lr-3 9 T' 'X i 5 C 5 ,, rl . 15.2, gjfm 'Q Q 15' 5" ' 'aaeewf a l'1f'fs-1?-' as "'l 'v-U---l HN-:-A MARGARET ELEANOR ADSIT Conneaut Lake, Pa. Conneaut H. S. Y. W. C. A. The Fates were surely kind to Eleanor for they gave her a ready wit and a willing tongue. Did you ever see her at loss for something to say? She is a good teacher and true friend and what more should we want? Eleanor says that she is not indebted to the school for all of her teaching experience for she spent, so she says, a great deal of time and energy in training Frances in the way she should go. Eleanor likes to direct certain affairs so some day we must not be surprised to hear of her managing a large farm. But whatever she does we are sure that Eleanor will find a happy life and many friends. BESSIE F. AINSWORTH "Betty" Corry, Pa. Spartansburg H. S. Y. W. C. A. There is something, just a something, in her dreamy eyes, There beneath their lashes long, and deep- a secret lies, And the burden that it wears has plainly left its trace In the sweet and calm repose that rests upon her face. tAdapted.l Thorough, genuine, and appreciative is Betty. Thorough in her ideals, genuine in her friendships, and appreciative of any real worth in others. Was there ever a pal like you, Betty? Betty is 'specially interested in the "Jap" alfair. She doesn't care to discuss the ques- tion however so we have been unable to gain much information on that important topic. "Still waters run deep." Evidently not a betrayer of conildences. C243 MARY ANDERSON Parker's Landing, Pa. ' Grove City H. S. Junior and Senior Class Treasurerg Cabi- net Member Y. W. C. A.g Student Prayer Meeting Committee. If anybody wants a friend, they will find no truer one than Mary. She is always ready to help some one. Did you ever see her when she didn't have her lessons? Mary does not have very much to say, but when she does say something, it is sure to be worth while. We are sure she will be a success at her chosen profession. We trust that Mary will not have as much difficulty in getting her finances when she is teaching as she has had with the dues of the class of '23. FRANCES ALLEN Conneaut Lake, Pa. Conneaut H. S. Y. W. C. A. Are you Eleanor Adsit or Frances Allen? No, they don't look alike but they surely are inseparables in spite of the fact that they are roommates. How Eleanor managed to get along in Erie without Frances is more than we know. "Fran" is one of Edinboro's most diligent and best students and is chuck full of fun as well. Her motto is "Get my lessons and my marks will take care of themselves. Noth- ing seems to hold terrors for Frances whether its jumping over the old horse in gymnasium or taking an examination in Economics. ah V2 ll 1 ng'-H" c Lsemrf Ps' nl? 2 3 3 'i ' 14" I if 21- ifiib-l' 52" SW eta cfs fl-A A - - 411 -ow 'S MATHILDA ARTMAN For some reason we have not seen a great deal of her during the past few months. We wonder if she is studying so hard that we who come out of our rooms once in a while never see her. She has a reputation for be- ing an excellent student and a mighty hard worker. Besides that we all know of her great liking for Mr. Emery's course. "Do- Mi-Sol-Do." DAPHNE ELIZABETH BLAKE "Das" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, 3, 43 President .Iunior Class. 23 Self-Government Committee: Manager Basketball Team, 3, Al: Athletic Association, 3, 4. She has two eyes so big and brown, Take care! She gives a side glance and looks down, Beware! Beware!"' One would think that the poet had seen "Das" before he wrote that part of the poem. although the rest of it isn't a bit like her. because she isn't tickle at all. "Uh, girls, I've got some news for you!" lm- mediately all rush for "Das" for its sure to be good. Daphne's school career is apt to be me- teoric, if present indications may be relied upon. We don't know him very well, but he surely is faithful. Daphne is the first side ot' the "Octagon" an GRACE LIYCINDA BELL "Spagett" Tidioute, Pa. Tidionte ll. S. Normal Orchestra, '23, Who doesn't know our curley headed "Spa- gett"'? She has a sunny good natured, tick- lish tlispositionfany slight movement of tlte hand in her direction bringing those child- ish sounds of mirth "goo-goo-goo". l.ast year her hobby seemed to be "Slim" but this year it looks like "Smiles", Did you ever hear of "Grace Lucingerai' in Erie. She was most successful in being able to attend every show. And although she trips a light fantastic toe, when she fell for "Moses," the mail man, she didn't even trip the earth rose to meet her. Grace plays the piano. saxaphone and mandolin, but her greatest musical talent is singing. llc-r favorite song is something like this: Where the vines and mosses grow And the tall trees nod and blow Over the roads in an old t'hevy 'l'hat's the way for Smiles and me, IV.-X J. ll.-XUUN Springboro, l'a. lidinlnoro ll. S. Glee Flubg Y. W. t'. A. Cabinet: t'lass Basketball. '22: t'lass llockey. '22-'23, Lend thy serious hearing to what l shall unfold. Iva says she is always good but ac tions speak louder than words. llid yull hear a laugh? 'l'hat was lv'i's merry letter She is always jolly and keeps her compwn ions in an uproar. While in l-Irie she was it: constant demand. especially by Nlrs. Conner to act at our informal enterlainments, Iva may always be found on the basketball tloor helping to defend her class. singing the Ulet' Vlllll to sllvvvss. ol' lnmsiitlt: Illt' Y XY t'. A. ln other words when yon are lookin: tor an all round girl look tor lva She al ways brings home the Iiacon r Y 2 AH Z4 C .4 I G 5 .. 'T , 15' Q if 'Jef .Ml 1 -0 SAY4, - A b f I A Flrfl? - .r w mi I ELLEN BLYSTONE Cambridge Springs, Pa. Cambridge Springs H. S. There is much to be said about this young lady although it is her own statement not ours, the most of it is not divulgable. Last year Edinboro knew her but little and it was only with those weeks spent in Erie that we learned of her love of music and for movies. At that time she counted a day lost when she failed to see one show. Mr. Sackett has her admiration on ac- count of his sense of humor, for whisper it softly, she is the possessor of a keen and ac- tive one of her own. Very few know of the cleverness which she conceals under a cool and irresponsible manner. By a neatly turned phrase or the judicious use of words she turns a trite and banal saying into a worth while thought. Books also receive her attention. She has a deep affection for Mark Twain and a few others, the others she reads and laughs. AGNES BORGER "Tag" Saegertown, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Y. W. C. A. Agnes is certain that people ought to mind their own business, especially at night when she's attending to her own affairs and if they don't well-that's "Tag's" bark but her bite is not half that bad. Studious and conscientious, Agnes has won the high admiration of her pupils in the grades and we believe that she will make a real teacher, one that will reflect credit on her Alma Mater. C261 PEARL BORGER "Bill" Saegertown, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Y. W. C. A. Bill? Yes, that implies just a happy-go- lucky person and that's Pearl, full of fun when it's time for fun, but when she gets over " here at the public school, she's just the most dignified and business like instructor that you ever saw. "Bill's" usually seen with "Tag" who's no nearer relative than a sister and they join in an effort to make life worth living for their wide circle of friends. We feel sorry for you if your not in that circle because we're right here to tell you that you're miss- ing something worth while. MAY B. BOYER Sharon, Pa. Sharon H. S. May has often kept us in wonder by her quiet, distant way but as we come to know her, we find she has many hidden secrets. She has often been heard to remark that she will never be caught sitting on a table for fear of being an old maid, but from the mail she receives, we haven't any doubt that she will need to worry and what gives us more assurance is that she is often heard humming-"Bill's mine, all mine." N32 'Chl ,N ' ,.. fi 'fl 3' - 5 L 0 5, nb, ,X 'Pt 4 it-eff-P F 114 "1" wt! A Il fl - Il lj ---- 51... 'J an sf CATHERINE BREED "Katie" Union City, Pa. Warren ll. S. Y. W. C. A. Through several flying trips to summer school, Katie has managed to join the Sen- ior class this year. While with us she has tried many sports, but we believe her most successful is wild duck hunting at an early hour in the morn- ing. She saysi "It's heaps o' fun!" From all appearances we believe she will make a very successful primary teacher, and we all know the "kiddies" will enjoy every one of her heaps of stories. she tells so well. EDYTHE MAE BROWN "Brownie" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club. 3, 4: Class Basketball, 3, 4: Athletic Association, 3, 4. Here's "Brownie" of the Red and Brown Corporation. She is a member of the fa- mous Primary Group, and one of Mrs. Sies' star f?l pupils. She is very much interested in rural schools, and always pleased when she gets a chance to report on such topics as better- ment of rural schools, or teachers of rural schools in Miss Young's classes. Edythe's teaching career may be stunted early, but let's hope Pennsylvania gets the benefit ot' her super-mind before she bids a final farewell to her career. xml MARY AMANDA BROWN Jamestown, Pa. Jamestown ll. S. Y. W. C. A. Prompt, industrious, neat as can be. Mary is all of these wonderful three. 0ne's first impression of Mary is that she is quiet and reserved. but upon becoming acquainted with her, you find her jolly and ready for a good time. If one is to be awakened for breakfzist. just tell Mary: she'll do the rest. ller early rising is the despair of all sleepy heads on third floor. Yet who can help but love a giggle, especially when the one who giggles is "Our Mary." ROSABI-II, BVSHANON Union City, Pa. l'nion City ll. S. ltosabel entered our .lunior class a little late. We think she was engaged in business before she came. We know that that busi- ness was a worthy one. Rosabel is very in- dustrious. She was one of the few whom Miss lludgeon helped. after class. to learn how to breathe. We wager that liosabel like music now. She is very industrious and finds time to type for other people. She is always in for a good time whenever one is to be had and may be counted on as one who will help show others the same. 7 if i -L aid - W4 M- 6 B " WILMA BURCHARD Guys Mills, Pa. Guys Mills H. S. Wilma is one of those whose heart is in the right place. She is always ready to lend a helping hand and when you need assistance of any kind Wilma is right there. Although kept from our midst by sickness she still holds a prominent place in our minds, and after each spell persistently comes back to her work. She certainly de- serves to win if perseverance means any- thing. MARJORIE BURGETT "Marge" Lander, Pa. Farmington Twp. H. S. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '22-'23g Executive Board, '22-'23, Prayer Meeting Committee. "How pretty her blushing was and how she blushed again."-Tennyson. This is "Marge'-'-one of our dearest and most demure little maidens, whose gracious- ness is as pleasing as the courtesy of an old- fashioned child. We have seen no display of temper, such as is reputed to go with red curls, but there remains the wit. Just call on "Marge" when blue. Her method of cheering is most delightful. We believe she studies "Life." Q Imagine music to be "Marge's" hobby i'?l Just the same our modest and dignified classmate can lead us a merry chase in the rest of our classes. As proctor "Marge" is wise to resolve and patient to perform. XVhile in Erie "Marge's' attention was di- vided between teaching and4Oh Put! and those moonlight slides. C2 S MARY BURNS f'Little Mary" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Conneauttean Staff, Semester 3, 4, Treas- urer Senior Class, Semester 15 Advertising Committee. "Little Mary"--the quiet unobtrusive child who always puts work before play. Mary always has time to be sociable for she al- ways does her work on time and is not wor- ried by "hang-overs". Mary's hobby, chief quality, and charac- teristic feature is-oh, well you've all guessed-History. Some day we ordinary teachers will be using a textbook of history written by Mary and dedicated to the Class of '23. Mary has tried to brand herself "agita- tor" but we all know better, for no one ful- fills requirements with less grumbling than she. We trust highest hopes will be realized in her for ltas she not proved her trust by faithful care of our Hnances during the third semester? Good luck, "Little Mary". CELIA CALABRESE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "Whether 'tis better to burn the midnight electricity, Or join the ranks of the flunkers-That is the question." Celia is noted throughout Erie Branch as being one of the most conscientiously studi- ous. The professionn of school teaching is evidently the avocation to which the Cala- brese family have a peculiar inclination. If you want to have a satisfying feeling, just look at Celia's marks. The sight will enhearten you. As Celia joins the ranks of her fore- fathers, she will have few difficulties in es- tablishing herself, as a precedent is already made. is I .. 9 -'1 gg' 2 , i- 'O D I N i1 -A -,fr -lg Rib 52 Q " 'X ffl' f ' V 5 Y.. ' h. W -P s MARTHA J. CAMPBELL "Punch" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Athletic Association, Semester 3, 43 Ad- vertising Committee, Semester 4. "Punch" and "Del" are the inseparables of the Senior Class, and upon the day of their graduation they are still as faithful as they were upon the day of entrance. "Punch's" hobby is making love to one of the "Four". Her good humor is one of her greatest assets, though this does not include her Ford. This debonair young lady, though popular with the entire school, has not allowed this fact to turn her head. We must confess that she is undeniably attracted to mens college men especially. The "Octagon" has "Punch" for it's sec- ond side. EDNA CALKINS North Eeast, Pa. North East H. S. Y. W. C. A. "Studious of ease and fond of humble things."-Philips. Let me introduce you to our modest and conscientious school ma'am. 'I'hat's Edna. But that's not the only terrible responsibi- lity which rests upon her shoulders. 'l'here's that little sister Florence, who is always getting into mischief t'?l. Just imagine Edna not being able to re- cite her lessons seriously and thoroughly. And Music! We except that Edna will choose singing as her profession. llowever she is a most 9Zll'll9Sl and dependable work- er wherever she is placed. Her faithfulness is revealed most in attendance. Could one wish for a more sincere friend? One of Edna's maxims is "Piles of quilts is a. good remedy for chattering teeth". ALMA CAMPBELI, "Patty" North East, Pa. North East ll. S. "Patty" is one of the jolly "M. O. ll." girlr who delight in staying up until the wee small hours of the morning making fudge and talking. She uses a watch to go to classes by but when it comes to a date with "Clip" she takes a clock. "Patty" is only human,-she did make a mistake once. Ask her what happened when she addressed a rard to Cambridge Springs. Erie Fo.. in- stead of t'rawt'ord Co. "Ah, peerless maid to whom Ryan's thoughts did turn Like sunilowers to the ever pleasant sun." MADGE t'AN'l'Rl'Il,L North East, lla. North East ll. S. We fear that we can not do Madge full justice as she has let so few of us really known her. We are sure ot' one thing. how- ever, she is certainly an excellent student and is never caught napping in any class. Madge had the experience ol' teaching before she ever saw 'Edinboro and Mr. Harrison had gotten quite a bit of satisfaction from calling on her for everything hc wished to know. 2 l 1-4 5 'j ' '4S11'? g W X if ,,,' .af 2:-.ze GERTRUDE ELIZABETH CAREY Sandy Lake, Pa. Sheakleyville H. S. Gertrude joined the class of '23 in its last year. She is another one of the original six "suite" girls and is to be commended for her practical outlook on life. She is ever busy. If there is extra time she does not believe in wasting it but just "Hddles" it away. As a student Gertrude is conscientiousg as a friend she is capable. True worth is in beeing not seeming, In doing for others each day, Some little good, Not in dreaming of great things To do by and by." u ELLEN MARIE CARNEY "Pat" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Varsity Basketball, Semester 2, 3, 45 Cap- tain of Basketball Team, Semester 3, 45 Vice-President Junior Class, Semester 2: President Senior Class, Semester 4. "He that complies against his will, Is of his own opinion still." Behold! Our male impersonator, who winds up her career as the head of the "Nugent" family of which-more later! She has helped to put our school on the map of the athletic world, as captain and center of our renowned basketball team. For the first time in the history of the class of '23, class meetings are to be held in the evening as a result of the presidential policy of this maiden. She is one whom we scarcely expect to see in the teaching profession long becauses well, we won't tell. Ask "Gipe"-he knows. i303 HAZEL COBURN North East, Pa. North East H. S. Hazel made us all feel blue when she went home at the beginning of the 'second semes- ter because "she was educated by gosh," but she made us happy again on her return a week later. If you ever feel downhearted or blue, try taking a little hike with her. It'll do more good than any medicine, she is a genuine "child of nature." She is particularly inter- ested in a certain kind of fungi, growth which is very beautiful and is so delicate it is destroyed by sunlight. No! bobbing her hair did not spoil her dignity, and those eyes! how she does use them when she has charge of the library. She handles the duties of president of Reeder, as only one of her capability could. In the future we shall scan every news- paper to hear of her further fame and dis- tinction as Mr. Crawford once said to her "I'll miss my guess if we don't hear from you in the future." MARY COLTON Carlton, Pa. Cochranton H. S. Y. W. C. A. "Oh What a Pal Was Mary." The influx of students in the fall of 1922 brought this kindhearted little maiden as one of our classmates. Mary soon became known to all of us as a very conscientious and ambitious teacher. Everyone sees a suc- cessful future out in the wide, wide world for Mary. Aside from her class work Mary improves her written English by sending unnumbered manuscripts to Bethany College. But the story is not all told for she is said to be.the most interested girl in school in missions, and especially in missionary bar- rels. ., 4 !l!9.'i"a-an Lziqmh -'sucj 1 fi 3 5 Y fi M lx 4,6 fl A- Fu' Il.. rn Win glilf I. - -- s rg, f' f - f , , A f'i ss-S S i- MARGARET COOK "Peggy" New Castle, Pa. New Castle H. S. Y. W. C. A.g Conneauttean Staff Secretary. It took "Peggy" some time to decide whether to remain an office assistant. or whether to take up school teaching. After having experimented a while however she chose the higher calling and says she in- tends to follow it for at least two years. Margaret has won the high esteem of the whole office department by her business abil- ity and she is also a very popular girl both on and off the campus. "Margaret Cook wanted on the telephone" has become as familiar as the dinner bell. It has been sug- gested that Margaret make the telephone booth a permanent residence. You'd be sav- ing a lot of time "Peg", EVELYN COOLEY Conneaut Lake, Pa. Conneaut Lake I-I. S. Y. W. C. A.: Prayer Meeting Committee. Here's a friend well worth having. She is the type of girl who is both lovable and de- pendable. She rendered valuable service in Miss Burchiield's room where the little third graders quickly learned to adore her. llow could they help it when they saw those brown eyes and rosy cheeks. Evelyn studies a great deal ami has her lessons well prepared but one morning her memory "failed" her sadly in hygiene class. She is one ot' the staunchest Y. W. work- ers in the school. We wish for you success and happiness in the full measure. Evelyn. till? ADELAIDE COUIQTNEY Guys Mills, Pa. Villa Marie Academy. Glee Club. " 'Tis something to be willing to commend. but my best praise is. that I am your friend." Do you know Adelaidei Well. if you don't you have missed something worth while. She is a real honest-to-goodness friend. llo you want a little help with your story for Miss Graham, a poem for Mr. t'rawt'ord. your French or most any subject. tio to Adelaide. She not only helps you with your story or poem but you go to your room feel- ing greatly consoled by the chat you have had. But alas! her good will is quite often imposed upon, and frequently ber own les- sons are laid aside while she willingly helps another. Adelaide's parents are natives of France, this explains her love for the French language and her fluency in speaking it. ller talents are many: slte not only writes poetry and prose but is a musician as well. l-IELEN CI"l'lllll'ZRT Erie. l'a. lirie llranch tllee t'lub. Semester Il. "Her lively looks a sbrixIhtl5' mind discloself' 'Tis very seldom indeed that the tickle goddess of luck permits us to become ac- quainted with such a rare combination of girlish charm ami exceptional intellect as we find embodied in this lovely misx. A quiet young lady her beauty is never real- ly appreciated until her rare smile illumi- nates lzer face. ller beautiful curls make llelen the recipi- ent ot' envious glances of the other girls in the school. fl! W 'GJ tau A a n 60,1 '14-1'-I G 2 'P ' i l'e l 'X it 3 at ? ... 51. 15,4 ll1.,,A -I, 15' 41 ' A i,gsQ,'Q!4-f ns.fff..f4A-A 6' ' "l 'Xv-I1-Q' MARGARET KATHERINE CROSSLEY cspegva Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club 43 Self-Government Committee: Class President, 13 Class Historian, Senior Banquet Committee. Behold one who was able to capture the hearts of her classmates and be chosen the first class president. Margaret's specialty is history and although we know she will be a splendid teacher, we think it won't be long until her teaching will be "history". We do not doubt that Margaret, if she escapes ma- trimony, will some day receive a degree. Perhaps the most outstanding characteristic of our Margaret is her voice-no not sing- ing-her power of declamation. To those of us who know her best that power is not limited but is based upon keen intellect and good humor. Her delightful charm has been found a great aid in upholding the third side of the "Octagon". MARY DALLAS Sharpesville, Pa. Sharpesville H. S. Y. W. C. A. Mary is one of our quiet girls and believes in the saying that silence is golden. Frances and Mary seem to be inseparable, for when you see one you see the other. Her aim is to get an A in all of her classes, especially in music. She is always in for a good time, and hik- ing is her favorite sport. An active mem- ber of her class and well liked by all who know her. "It's the song ye sing, And the smile ye wear, That makes the sun shine everywhere." f32J RUTH DARROW Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Glee Club. A sweet disposition, a sunny smile, and good looks are some nice things Ruth could boast of--if she wanted to-but she doesn't. How she manages to get to her 7145 class on time is more than any average normal Normalite can understand, for Ruth lives some distance from Recitation Hall. Ruth's heart is in the glowing west. Once she leaves Edinboro, we fear we will see little more of her, since she intends to carry out her life's work-teaching among the western hills. Good luck to you Ruth. ALICE CLEMENTINE DAVIES Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Conneauteean Staffg Committees, Spring Festival, Junior Reception. "A miss who is live and merry, A spirit never weary: She talks quite long and steady Her ambitions light and heavy f?J We're very proud and fond of her withal." Alice is one of our happy and care-free girls who would never get gray over worry- ing. "Of course. I often feel blue but what's the use?" There is, however, one bright star on her horizon in the form of Prince Charming, otherwise known as-Sherman. "I love to study what I'm really interested in, but the trouble with me is the fact that I'm not interested in much of anything." A7521 IQJJ X , k t nna -:Ti -...-..: " .N fi 52 G . 5' 1, .g ...Mays v .. 5' 'X---fl! Aa' 6' ' r I 3 I "' P an A Y-s ee MARGARET MARY DEIMEL "Sis" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Varsity and Class Basketball, 3, 43 Ath- letic Association, 3, 4. "A maiden fair and sweet, Whom all would like to meet. Here is "Sis", the smallest member of the "Nugent" family. "Sis" and her giggle are inseparable-when you see one you hear the other, and the giggle is but an outward sign of the pep. She's always in for everything, socially and athletically. As a member of the varsity basketball team she has helped us win our games. HELEN M. DOFFORT "Hadda" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, 33 Conneauttean Staff, Junior Reception Committee. "Since brevity is the soul of wit, And tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes, I would be brief." Watch your step if you want to know this young lady for she has a habit of withdraw- ing into a shell of reserve through which Hercules himself could not have won a way. Someone has said that "success makes success" so we are assured as to that the future holds for Helen. We know that what- ever she attempts will be successful. She has been a good student as well as a loyal classmate throughout her years of normal. Pennsylvania may lose her as a teacher, for Ohio is her native state, but it will doubtless some day reclaim her, for Helen seems to have been captured by one of our Pennsylvania Normal boys. C337 ESTHER M. DONALDSON Linesville, Pa. Linesville H. S. Y. W. C. A. Treasurer, Conneauttean Staff, Summer Editor. A very accomplished young lady to join our class this year was Esther. She is very digniiied and reserved and with her attrac- tive personality she wins many friends. Esther has been a very active worker this year and the responsibilities seemed almost burdensome, yet she always came out smil- ing. She has become Mr. Emery's right hand man in taking charge of the Musical Super- vision at Rural. Her teaching ability was plainly shown in the play Hiawatha put on by Esther's third graders in chapel. However, we greatly fear that teaching will not be a life profession, for who could blame her for not resisting that strong magnetic attraction in Erie. MARGARET MARY DONCVAN "Dunny" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Clubg Christmas Party Committee. "Alas! regardless of their doom, The little victims play, No sense have they of ills to come, Nor care beyond to-day." "Dunny"' is the recognized favorite of the primary group. She keeps everyone in good spirit. "Eat, drink, and be merry, for to- morrow you pass that test or die," is her slogan. "Dunny's" vocation is teaching, but her avocation, or hobby, is dancing. Is she well trained? Well, quite! If you ever have a fit of the blues, iind Margaret. She can give you the right pre- scription and make you wonder that you were ever blue. 4 "I7fi'5g .54-gif Kaul A at Gut! '14 -0 ' l 5 if J .3 'N ? . 7- R' ' 'ui' N W7 ,gl 4, A t -K X, 1 Fl:-' .5 4, I -qivfm...-.g' MARY DOYLE Mt. Jewett, Pa. Mt. Jewett H. S. Mary is destined to be a music teacher considering the amount she is taking, but her greatest ambition is to own a chicken farm. She will own a horse, too, a nice gentle horse that can be driven by ladies and not tip over sleighs. Mary never be- lieved in getting to class ahead of time but often came in on the "ragged edge". MARY THERESE DUGAN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "That she's studious and witty, I'll not deny, And that she's full of fun, I can testify." Allow us to present "Miss Du Ganne, alias M. T. D., alias 'Kewpie'." Why "Kewpie"? Just ask Mary about a certain windy day. She is a most punctual young lady, always on time-if you wait "just a minute". Mary is one of our champion swimmers on the side lines. If you want to know anything about night letters Mary can enlighten you. Because Mary goes under all these cap- tions don't get the impression that she is a frivolous person for she is not. She can al- ways be depended upon both as a student and friend. 34 KATHRYN RUTH DUNN "Katy-did" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, 45 Conneauttean Staffg Com- mittees, Senior Banquet, Spring Festival, Junior Reception, Christmas Party. "How wonderful is the human voice! It is indeed the organ of the soul. The intellect of man sits enthroned, visibly on his fore- head and in his eye, and the heart of man is written on his countenance, but the soul reveals itself in the voice only." What Tuckerman has so well said ap- plies aptly to Ruth. She is our fair orator and aspires to be known in this field beyond the limits of the classroom. We all hope that her ambitions may be truly realized. ETHEL M. EILER Meadville, Pa. Meadville H. S. Philo, Glee Club. Another one of our girls to enter the class was this little bobbed hair maiden, who made a deep impression upon us all. She has a winning personality, a little shy, but always a sweet smile for all even after a hard day's work. Ethel is not one to care for the frivolous things of life, but rather the more sensible which adds much to the characteristics of a good teacher. She is our perfect type of a lady who al- ways manages to do the right thing at the right time, even in class. Q-if-N fin re- ini . 1. ' ,.. IJ -39 K..-:-3, ..-.. .fi 3 5' 5 V I X151 la' Q',':'-164 5 S LOUISE ENGLISH Kinzua, Pa. Kinzua H. S. Here is another of that quiet studious type that we find occasionally here at Edinboro. She is the girl that always knows what the right answer to the question is and is always ready to answer although the class is so dry that most of the rest of us are half asleep. It is rumored about the campus that ouise has a particular love of music in any form,-for instance Mrs. Simpson's class. ADELLA RUTH FAULKNER "Del" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Halloween Party Committee. A pale blue evening gown-a dreamy waltz - trailing arbutus - soft laughter - "Del" Faulkner. . In the first place we ask you to disre- gard this picture. No photographer under the sun could do "Del" justice. There are three reasons why-her hair, her complex- ion and her personality. We can't blame the photographer though, because we can't do it ourselves. To know her is to love her. "Del" is the fourth side of the "Octagon" 5 MORRIS C. FLINN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Conneauttean Staff, Semester, 23 Junior Reception Committee. Nothing short of death can make Morris lose a moment's time. Almost akin to Caesar in his ability to do a variety of tasks at the same time. The work of the day van- ishes into thin air before him. Always hurrying, always prepared, for the day's work. Verily he is a prodigy uncompared and unsurpassed. For some time his approach was always heralded by the variety of unholy sounds emanating from his venerable bicycle, but at last the partnership has been broken. CLARA FREINDEL Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Cafeteria Board, Secretary of Senior Class, Semester, 43 Glee Club, Semester, 3, 4. Just what would we do without Clara's masterly direction of our unmasterly sing- ing? lf you cannot sing listen for a moment to Clara and while you may not be able to warble sweetly at once, still you will have an undying inspiration to try. Her cheery countenance beams upon us every day as we enter the cafeteria. Some how the food tastes better just because of Clara's smile when she hands it out. With natural ability, and this winning smile she should clear half the ladder of suc- cess with one leap. Go to it Clara. srl ul mf Gig fi-'U' 5 ,f Q 5 H- 5" ' gui' Ty - " - ,gi ip A6 xlt ik 9 - -A, ' K I - ' ' M..- I if 4 1 -q luv:-Q' l FRANCES FULLERTON Edinburg, Pa. New Castle H. S. Executive Board, '23g Student Senate, '23g Y. W. C. A.g Glee Club. "A person of beauty is a joy forever." Beauty always seems to to go hand in hand with goodness. These virtues coupled with industry and dignity are amply per- sonilied in our Frances. It has been said if you want any thing done, always call upon a busy person to do it. We know this to be true, as Frances is always busy, her most common saying being, "I must go me-self home, I'm a busy woman." We wish Frances great success and we are sure Edinboro Normal will be proud to ack- nowledge her as one of it's alumni. ISABEL GARBER "Syble" Clarendon, Pa. Tidioute H. S. Y. W. C. A.g Orchestrag Philo. Isabelle was heard to boast that she had been absent from only two classes this term. Once she was so ill she couldn't Iind her way to class and the other time she simply forgot all about that three-fifteen confer- ence with Miss Jones. Would that our con- sciences were as free as yours Isabelle. The dance floor appeals more to this fair maiden than does basketball, nevertheless she shows her loyalty to her Alma Mater- well you just ought to hear her cheer. Congenial, attractive and a mighty good sport is "Syble". The nicest thing about her is that she is so mighty nice to everybody. 36 FLORENCE MAY GIFFORD Erie, Pa. This is one of our demure little misses whom we all like to see around, and who is always ready for a solution in all vexing situations. As a student she is very fond of literature and history. Her favorite author is Sir Walter Scott and she made a charming little Lord Fauntleroy at our Hal- lowe'en dance. History plays the hobby and Florence loves to dig up old records in the archives of the past. We feel certain that all of her little primary pupils will be great historians some day. Erie Branch DOROTHY GLEESON "Dot" Erie, Pa. Academy H. S. Fire Chief. The only time "Dot" isn't in fun is when she is serious and she is always serious if anyone is out of luck. A genuine, true hearted pal! Ask us-any of us-we know. Of late "Dot" has been receiving the at- tentions of several young gentlemen over in the lower grades at public school. After considerable drilling they have been trained to respectfully speak of "Miss Gleeson" but if "Dot" happens to escape the lips of some youthful admirer, shall we blame? We who know "Dot" iind it hard to de- scribe her. Everyone will tell you " 'Dot's' all right!" in a tone of voice that will make you wish you knew her and had her for a pal. In the language of our own hearts we speak much when we say " 'Dot's' all right." AX 9 9-A 9 lghfi' 'nn LAS!-'L 0 1 .i. f' assi'-1-'Q' vs., fi fi 1 , f H. J A v 5 ' J Y I if ,xmjlv -A xt 4. 5 H. A -'Q vp- Q I , A Y ' 1 ' -' ' I . 'I' E X, N N A 4, GLADYS GORMAN Gladys is a very quiet, demure little miss, who joined us in our Senior year. We see very little of her on the campus, but she says her Junior roommate keeps her very busy over at the Perry house. Gladys is very fond of her school work, especially blackboard drawing, but she does have such trouble making the dog's ears and the elephant's trunk. Patience is one of her many virtues, for every Friday night finds her patiently wait- ing for the 5128 car, which starts her on her way for Union City. We wonder-what can the great attraction be. RUTH GREENWOOD Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Rousseau said, "Brains well prepared are the monuments where human knowledge is most surely engraved". And Ruth's brain is well prepared. She was a student at Al- legheny for two years, but as she decided to become a teacher she joined our ranks last September. She has been one of our most studious girls, and while she has been with us only a year she has won many friends who will always wish her the best in her profession. 37 FRANCES HELEN GROSCOST Sharpesville, Pa. Sharpesville H. S. Y. W. C. A. "Let my lamp at midnight hour Be seen in some high lonely tower." Frances has taught school-that is the rea- son why she is so dignified. She studies hard and never does frivolous things, even on Saturday night. Her night delight is going to the six- thirty music class. Some day in the future, she will be a good music teacher, by the way Mary is progressing. On third floor We all know in the evening what the ten-fifteen bell means when Frances is proctor. Frances seems very quiet, but wait till you know her. We wonder how Frances will spend her evenings this summer, but we have heard that "He has bought a new car." ETHELYN HAGUE Conneautville, Pa. Baever H. S. Y. W. C. A., Hockey, '22-'23. Here we have a very dignified unassum- ing young lady whose quiet ways conceal many good qualities. She seldom expresses her opinion, be it in the class room or else- where but did you ever see her play hockey? She surely is right there with the "pep" to win. She is a loyal member of the class of '23 and has proved a true and sincere friend to those who know her best. Now her precious gem is "Ruby," But as the parting hour draws nigh We cannot help but wonder Who 'twill be as days roll by. 4 .i-ag! 4411 xl mv- GQ '49- il it af Q 3 1' Z1 V "' ti - Gyn- - I "9 43, A I 9 Nav if Nqr" as 1 -. VIRENE HANSON Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. "Let's do something exciting!" When you hear that look around you hard as you may know that Virene is somewhere near. About the most tragic thing that could happen in her sweet young life is, "Oh, dear, I saw the most adorable hat in Erie this afternoon but I cou1dn't wear it because I am so tiny." Tiny is about the only adjective that ef- fectually describes her, although some of the things that she does are "simply immense". And say, you ought to hear her tell stories. No wonder that "Young America" at the training school is glad to see her come in the door. THELMA HARNED Edinboro, Pa. Y. W. C. A.: Orchestra. Thelma believes in being seen not heard. A pretty good plan, isn't it? She is right there in whatever she undertakes and if there are sides chosen, we usually try to put a strong man against her. Thelma does not need to be talking all the while for she usually takes her old man, her cello, as she calls it, along. What ever it may be, we all like to hear her play. Of course, Thelma has no trouble in understanding Hollis Dann's books and shows her splendid char- acter by the way she listens to some of the rest of us try to murder him and even tries to get us in pitch again. 4385 HELEN HARSH Fredonia, Pa. Fredonia Voc. School Y. W. C. A. Here's another one of the sweet young things that arrived here for the first time last fall. While she has been here she has accomplished many things, for instance, she has discovered that wl1en one has no "man" a game of five hundred makes an excellent substitute. We are giving a false impression there, for Helen seems to have a lien on some Prince Charming whose name, it is rumored, is "Wally", Well, we don't know, but we wouldn't be surprised. Helen really acts very civilized when her big sister is present to keep her on the "straight and narrow". MILDRED IRENE HARSH Fredonia, Pa. Fredonia Voc. School Y. W. C. A. Never did you see anyone as opposite in disposition as Irene is from what her name implies. She scatters her smiles as naturally and as freely as the sunshine. She believes in studying when there isn't anything else to do. We often wonder what would happen if it wasn't for Irene when the "bunch" gets hungry for candy. Poor Irene, "Won't those girls ever let her bed alone?" Irene has two hobbies, good Rhodes and pet monkeys. A ' Blwlz-'W W -I 011 -ow '?....-:.i.- .N fi 3 5 : 5 ld r - 3. .. lf ' A6 'I I.-,. ? xl ' X 1, . - Q .-31.13 E 5 61 , A S 'J MARGARET HEASLEY "Peggy" West Middlesex, Pa. West Middlesex H. S. Y. W. C. A. Yes, Margaret-we call her "Peggy" for short-has fully established herself in the minds of a great number this year at school. Those who have learned to know her have gained a sincere friend. She is one of those who made a "suite" famous. 'Some say that "Peg's" heart and mind lie entirely in the teaching of primary chil- dren. But when you know this young lady you soon realize that Cupid could not al- ways sleep. She is a faithful conscientious student and her success as a teacher is assured. Not alone as a teacher does she excel but she may adapt herself to what ever work be- comes hers to do. DOROTHY HECKMAN "Dot" Erie Branch Erie. Pa. Glee Club, Semester 3, 45 Committees, Junior Reception, Hallowe'en Party, County Fair. A versatile lass is Dorothy. Here's the girl who trips the light fantastic so grace- fully. A musician of no mean ability, she still hopes to attain fame in the field of Art. She has an unquenchable desire to travel perhaps to view the Chinese art, or perhaps to select diamonds in South Africa, or to Scranton. "Dot" also could make an excellent physi- cal director. She has successfully demon- strated her ability along this line by the work she has done at Emerson School. 9 DOROTHY HEGG "Dot" Russell, Pa. Russell H. S. Y. W. C. A. "Dot" did not join our number until her Senior year but Edinboro has ever been her Alma Mater as she attended summer ses- sions. She is really very peppy and made a typical flapper in our Fashion Review. No one could accuse her of being sour yet she seems to have quite a liking for the "Fifty- eighth Variety" and Did you ever see that couple stroll, Just from Haven Hall to Reeder? 'Twas our Dorothy to be sure, With the man whom fate decreed her, 'Twas from few she had to choose, And we hope she does not lose. But that girls are many is very true, They may 'tract him from her view. LA VERTA HENCK Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Spring Festival Committee. Here is our only Junior High practice teacher of the first semester. If the alpha- bet consisted of Vert's marks we couldn't spell anything but "A". Nevertheless we believe that La Verta's influence in the schoolroom will be unnieasurable. With a sterling character she starts on her career, a career which promises to reach meteoric heights. With unquestioned ability and a firmness of purpose her goal of attainment should be easily gained. VVant to know the quality which La Verta admires most and which is embodied within her very self to a very astonishing degree? Here you are -INDEPENDENCE. '34 'Wi il! ad! xl mf iii '14-'U' 9 ,f Q s e slr if if ' Wldx-'Ui-1 HELGA HENDRICKSON Erie, Pa. Erie Branch She is, to be sure, Quiet and demure. How can we say anything about Helga, when she never says anything about any- one? Though she came to us a half year late, her year at Thiel College has helped her so that she will graduate with '23, If there is any argument afoot in science- e. g. Why birds sing, or Why trees grow, ask Helga-She'll know. Not the least bit frivolous or conceited. Helga has made her way through Normal, quiet, and earnest. MILDRED HETZ Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester, 3, 4. They say that for an example of sheer in- dustry look to the farm. Mildred surely carries out this theory to perfection, for she is a resident of Fairview who startles classes with the machine like accuracy of her statements. She seldom looks worried, but when she does-look out. A frown on her usually sunny countenance means trouble ahead. Always cheerful, always ready to lend a hand, our Mildred is of the type that tends to make school a worthy pleasure. 4409 THOMAS HILLYER Edinboro, Pa. Mayville CN. Dak.J H. S. Vice-President, Student Senate, '22, Class Secretary, '22, Junior Associate Editor, '22, Managing Editor, Conneauttean, '23, Class Basketball, '22-'23, Orchestra, '22-'23, Man- ager Baseball, '23. Here we have him,-the original "outta luck guy". He spends half of his time "cus- sin' " the yearbook and the rest of the time "razzing" the weather man or anyone else he can find. It is rumored around the Art Department that his seeming love of art is entirely superficial but he declares up and down that he is studying "art for art's sake." Well, we know of no one who is fully com- petent to judge so we will have to drop the argument. Besides this surprising love of art he seems to have a great craving for music tif one may call it that.J A pedes- trian on Meadville Street was frightened al- most to death but it was only Tom practic- ing on his "sax", LULU HINCKLEY Lottsville, Pa. Lottsville H. S. Anyone who knows Lulu can readily un- derstand why the children in the public school speak of "Miss Hinckley" in such a respectful way. She wins the respect and love of everyone because she is, as we say, "such a good sport." Midnight serenades, hikes, feeds, and fun appeal to her. She is always on the job, whether it is cheering the team to victory or putting one over on the Juniors. Although she is into everything, her studies never seem to suffer. Besides these accomplishments Lulu is noted for her good candy, her red hair and a laugh that is a laugh. ,K 4' a-Ai ll !lf.5. Q "ann :C u -if 'N .... fi 11 G : 5 n Q, is F pw, . 4 . h.-if , X Z it ' """.'g J iii , Q t IVA BELLE HOOD Meadville, Pa. Conneaut Lake H. S. Y. W. C. A. Here we have the true type of school teacher, calm, dignified and stately in bear- ing. Iva Belle came back to spend her Senior year with us, but decided we could give her little that she could not master in one semester. Despite her short stay she was one of the most popular girls in Haven. Anything you wished done or anything you liked to know was soon settled by Iva. Her Erie teaching proved such a success that she was im- mediately snatched up at close of her Edin- boro work by Erie School System. Letters, letters, and more letters we won- der where they go! To Iva Belle, of course. We now believe she has a man in every prot. GRACE HOSBACH Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester 13 Hallowe'en Party Committee. It is Very well to be studious, And well to be cheerful, too, So Grace's happy nature In all ways includes the two. Grace has only been with us at Erie this last year, and has not found time in be- tween classes to get acquainted with us all. Those who have had the privilege of know- ing her agree that she is a very likable sort of person. Last semester she did practice teaching and noon times would always find her departing from the group to mark pa- pers. Yet she tells us that she enjoyed teaching. 4 MERYL HOWLAND Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Varsity Basketball, '21-'23g Orchestra, '21-'23. Gosh, Meryl, it's tough that you had to chase off and get married right in the mid- dle of the basketball season. Here We all thought that we were going to have a star forward all year. Well, we suppose that a good many of us would do the same our- selves if we had even half a chance. Listen folks, she thought that she wanted to be a school teacher but she went and changed her mind and the reporter whom we sent to interview her said that she did not seem to regret her decision. More power to you, Meryl. FLORENCE MARGUERITE JACKSON "Jack" Warren, Pa. Warren H. S. Y. W. C. A.3 Glee Club: Class Basketball, '22g Class Hockey, '23, Class Baseball, '22. "Jack" tries to give you the impression that she is very quiet and modest but we're afraid she forgets once in a while. As the days of "Jack's" sojourn in Erie increased so did her frivolousness. Even to the extent of cutting bangs. She is a model student as well as teacher and has captured her full share of A's. "Jack's" favorite expression is "Oh, my heart!" We wonder? Could some one be meddling with her heart strings? When all is said and done, she is a jolly good class-mate and one of our best pals. ,emits srlf ml in 60,1 '14-Q 9 -f' . ,S fs Q 5 - If ' , in-f,1.gx,f.ff ,tfffeafa I ..,4 an ' -flatvfl GJ REBECCA JENNESS "Beckey" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Varsity Basketball. Did you ever see "Beckey" when she wasn't just bubbling over with fun and good humor? Her very presence is a sure remedy for the blues, no matter how bad they are. As a member of the "Krazy Katz" she is well versed in all the fun to be had at Edinboro but these frivolities are not all that she thinks about by any means. Athletic? In every sense of the word. She is right there on the hoskey Iield, on the basketball floor, or at the bat. Loyal to her Alma Mater, sincere to her friends, true blue in every way, that's Beckey. LOUISE JOLLY "Jolly" Pittsville, Pa. Franklin H. S. It's Jolly, our Jolly So gay and full of fun It's Jolly with Jimmie From dawn 'til set o' sun. Is she loved'?, Well, we guess. Every one is cheered when she comes around. She has been with the class for two years and every- day she is the same jolly Louise. It makes no diiference what the task may be Louise never frets about it and does it to the best of her ability. Sh! If you don't tell you'll hear some- thing. Her failing is getting up for break- fast. She must be wakened once, very very often she doesn't respond to the second summons. "Louise, here's a letter for you. He c-ouldn't come over this morning." MARGARET JONES "Peggy" Sandy Lake, Pa. Sandy Lake H. S. "Peggy" hails from a southern clime, and has distinguished herself for her botanical ability, in fact she has already acquired much fame for her identiiication of the rather rare species of fungi found in her own locality. Like nearly all great students of nature, she has a few odd characteristics: but, due probably to the nurse's skillful care, she has never yet entertained grippe or pneumonia after one of her favorite bare- foot hikes in early spring. She is also especially fond of mothering homesick juniors, tucking them in at night with such comforting C?'ti"J bedtime stories. "Peg" has developed almost superhuman skill in ac- curately aiming a cup of cold water from the third Hoor of Reeder upon the unsu- specting masculine visitors on first. GLADYS MAE KALTENHAUSER "Peter" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester, 2, 3, 45 Conneauttean Staff, Semester, 3, 4, Vice-President, Semes- ter, 23 Spring Festival Committee. "In framing an artist art hath us decreed To make some good, but others to exceed." Here's to the girl with the sunniest smile, A downright good pal is she. In Art and Music she beats all a mile, In fact she's as smart as can be. Gladys is one of our most popular girls and has made many friends during her course at the Erie Branch. The sale of radio outfits has fallen off 5094 during the last three months. This however is not due to Gladys' efforts at broadcasting. She is a wonder at music and is Mr. Emery's right hand man. ...K X' 3 1 Q- Il XM! -I 021 -on 'S ..-.. fi 3 G 5 . L 0 'JL ,K if 'f + Ja, l'1iv-73-e gagi V' Pe-'59 A, ST RUTH KEARNEY Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Happy are those whose good fortune it has been to be called a classmate of this ever-brilliant Miss. Ruth typifies the say- ing, "Think twice and speak once". She may look angelic to you, but at times that little elf, "mischief", creeps in and then,- well, she is far from angelic looking. There isn't a girl in the Senior Class who has not envied Ruth's crowning glory, es- pecially on rainy days. But Ruth is a true blue friend and a good pal for a' that and a' that. MARY ANN KELLEHER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, 43 Committecsi Social, 4, Hal- lowe'en Party, Christmas Party, Country Fair. When the beautiful Mary came to the Country Fair as little Miss Nugent, aged nine, she created a panic. The patella length bloomers did it. We have changed our mind about thinking beauty skin deep. We con- tend that it is knee high. Mary has a wonderful mind. The more she talks the more one wonders. Mary is a Wonderfully promising swimmer, too. She will promise anything. The problem is- try to get it. Never the less Kelly can't be stopped. She is personality and brains. 43 LAURA KRESS Hydetown, Pa. Titusville H. S. Laura is an all around good student who does not need to sacriiice any good times for mere drudgery. She is not specializing in either 'tArt" or "Jim" but we feel sure that she could become very efficient in either from what we know of the practical use of both. We are confident that she will suc- ceed as a teacher from the sample she gave us while acting as a substitute for Miss Wells. Fun, eats and jokes are her chief not even acting as hobbies and nothing, proctor has any lasting effects on this merry lass. MERRIT LANDERS Cambridge Springs, Pa. Willis H. S. Class Basketball. Is Merrit lucky to be graduated at mid- year? We'll say he isn't. Just think of the good times that he is missing. Do you folks realize that while this is going to the press the man is out in the wide world teaching school? Just think what a time the young ones in the school are having. We'll bet that he makes them step around. They tell us that Merrit is SOME TEACHER. 'ix 4,mmg'5 ,.. .ff A KS' f' A S ' 1 fwfeafg -,e LYTIE LIVERMORE Shinglehouse, Pa. Shinglehouse H. S. VVhat would we do without our little Lytie? Be sure to pronounce it LYte and not Lyta or Leta or this small lady will tell you what her name is. Indeed she is a lady in every way for who has not seen her lady like ways and kindly smile. She has earned the respect of all the faculty and students by the way she has her lessons prepared. No one has ever heard her say "I don't know". If something hap- pened on third floor which was not wanted known just leave it to Lytie to find out all the details. But did she tell all she knew? I should say not! DOROTHY LLOYD Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "Speech is the golden harvest that fol- loweth the flowering of thought" One thinks of James Whitcomb Riley and Dorothy simultaneously. If you have never heard her give "An Old Sweetheart of Mine" you have missed a rare treat. Dorothy does not believe in arguing with destiny, and ac- cepts everything with smiling complacence. We all wish we could do likewise. Her stately manner and her sweet sympathetic disposition we are sure will compel the re- spect and love of her future pupils, while her wonderful story-telling ability will as- sure her of their admiration. 44 MRS LOVELACE Cambridge Springs, Pa. Cambridge Springs H. S. Mrs. Lovelace came to Edinboro last fall to complete her course in Normal. She has had a varied experience which has broadened her outlook on life. As a teacher she has had remarkable success sparing neither time or talents in her work. Jr. High profited by her wonderful English teaching. She is always interested in any plan to better humanity and has been a tireless worker in church activities. Two years of her life have been spent in teaching in a Mission school in the South. ' Her charming personality has won for her a host of friends. We learn through Miss Rea that when a good time is proposed she is ready to join and do her bit. THORA LYON Cranesville, Pa. Cranesville H. S. Class Hockey, '22. Jolly and full of fun is she With countenance very brightg In fact the only trouble is She laughs from morn till night. Did you ever see Thora when she wasn't laughing? She bestows her smiles impar- tially. We wonder why she is always so anxious to go home, and yet-when the roads are good we notice Thora is the last one in. She has so many dates that she has to arrange them on the installment plan. The Hockey team will surely lose one of their best players when Thora leaves. She never allows anything so dull as studies to interfere with her numerous social engage- ments. C. K 9 Qa!""" 3 -A! tn 0 llfj -2-:Rib h-5,59 'vt '-.-.r- E .-N.. fi '32 G . 5 ' H S. , ,X if .Qu .70 41,-5 ai ' 4.xv-:L A I A ll fl, 1' ' - L ' X , A 'x""W E' -5' N ' - ' N' 'J BERTHA MCCLENATHAN Erie, Pa. Central H. S. The Class of '23 could scarcely have suf- fered a greater loss than it did when Bertha was compelled to leave school on account of poor health. A girl that is always ready to help with anything that there is to be done and who is always present with the best of suggestions when they are needed,-that's Bertha. We miss her guiding hand around the "dorms" and in connection with the executive board. Well, Bertha, here's to you and may you come back to finish your work in the near future. HAZEL EDNA MCCLIMANS Greenville, Pa. Greenville H. S. Y. W. C. A. This young lady tried to make us believe that she was very quiet and dignified but her ready smile, her twinkling eyes and a guilty conscience let the secret out. She came to us from Greenville and we gladly welcomed her to our class of '23, You can't really appreciate Hazel until you know her but we who are her friends and classmates realize her true worth and loyalty. We often hear her remark "I must go home this week end" and we wonder if some attraction there is the cause of that far away expression in her eyes. She is just the quiet kind Whose nature never varies. 145 HELEN MCCREA Eagle Rock, Pa. Student Senate, '223 Y. W. C. A. Here comes the girl with the sunshiny smile and a voice that reminds you of a brook bubbling over the stones. Look at the merry twinkle of fun in her eyes. You say that all this sounds like a fairy story: and in truth it does but if you know Helen or if you should be so fortunate as to make her .acquaintance I am sure you will agree with me about her. When the teachers, fespecial- ly Mr. Sackettb, want an original answer they call on Helen. You have guessed be- fore this that she has a very attractive per- sonality with a splendid character back of it all. May you, Dear Classmate, find success and happiness all along life's pathway. REA MCGAHEN Edinboro, Pa. Waterford H. S. Varsity Football, '22g Class Basketball. Rea is another of the poor victims who went and got graduated at the end of the first semester. We wonder if he is sorry. We fail to see how anyone fexcept the edi- tor of this blessed bookl could even think of doing such a thing. Well, Rea, we're sorry that your gone if you aren't. We miss you a lot around the gym and in the halls. And by the way, don't let any of the pupils in that school of yours treat you rough. 2 ' AF if G if c 'fdezfgfg f . if ' I rwin RTLL ' ',b -. ., A ' 1- E - I . . Wa . , 0, f i-.sf LOIS BLANCHE McKAY Conneaut Lake, Pa. Conneaut Lake H. S. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Executive Board, Philo. Blanche is another of our quiet girls but "To know her is to love her". She is capable of almost any responsibility even teaching in the training school. She is ever ready to lend a helping hand. Blanche like many others likes to spend the week ends at home but we understand that "Theres a reason". She has been often heard to remark that she is afraid they will have considerable trouble with their Ford this summer. We all wonder why? Here's to you, Blanche. Fair be all thy hopes And prosperous be thy life. EVELYN MCLAUGHLIN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester 3 and 45 Varsity Basketball, Semester 3 and 43 Class Basket- ball, Semester 3 and 45 Athletic Associationg Hallowe'en Party. Evelyn is a shark in mathematics but when it comes to literature-there's deep water ahead. Its not her fault though for she sees so much of nature in the rural parts of our country that she fails to appreciate it's beauty in poetry. To Evelyn it's all bosh, except when there is a thrilling story involved. If you say anything about fun don't for- get to include Evelyn. She is always on hand whenever a party or hike is scheduled even though a long, tedious ride on the Northwestern Pennsylvania line is necessary before the pleasure can be attained. But with her true optimistic nature she gives us that mischevious smile of hers and per- sistently declares that it is very much worth while. 46 MARY MQLAUGHLIN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Very petite, and always neat. Mary is more often seen than heard. Mary's studi- ous nature has always upheld her ends in classes. She was just wild i?J about the music class, that she could scarcely wait until it was over with. She rarely disturbs the atmosphere Cespecially during study period? because she isu't the expostulating type. When Mary says she will do a thing, its as good as done. She says that she is going to spend her life teaching and she means it, too. Splendidg but we have our own idea of what will happen, when the right person lays siege to her hitherto un- awakened heart! CARL MCVICKERS Hadley, Pa. Hadley H. S. Orchestra: Class Basketball. No wonder he can blow the cornet, look at the length of him. The power starts in at his toes and goes way up until it clasps with the cornet. Besides being an hands cornet player Carl can manage many other things. He is always ready to help out when the need arises. His bravery was shown by the fact that he started the experiments in Household Chemistry with the courage of the knights of old. Carl's wife won't need to know how many soap suds it takes to wash dishes, he can tell her in two-thirds of a second. J C. X 9 gig---' ...T .,,,... 1. vw fi 3 G YL 5' il, 0 5. I, ,Sw At' A 'Nagin r A ' I Z - f-g gi , -- FRANK MILLER "Frankie" Jamestown, Pa. Jamestown H. S. Junior Conneautteean Committee, 225 President Student Senate, '23, Class Basket- ball, '22, '23. Frank has the distinction of being the only boy in school able to retain a place in Reeder Hall after it was given over to the "enemy" in the form of a "bunch of fair dames". He has a Hne place there, anyhow, and lives in a decidedly musical atmosphere but declares that he will NEVER learn to sing. Oh yes, before we forget it,-the staff owes "Frankie" an apology. We predicted last year that while Frank had not fallen for the "wimmin"' yet, he would before long. Well, we were all wrong! There isn't a girl at Edinboro that he has even trembled over, let alone fallen for. Keep it up, Frank! We're for you. MARIAN REBECCA MILLER "Beccy" Conneaut Lake, Pa. Conneaut Lake H. S. Glee Clubg Y. W. C. A. Last fall, among the new members of our senior class was this sweet, quaint like little maiden whom we have all learned to love. Her sweet smile and willing hands are wel- come everywhere and add in making her an adorable girl. "Beccy" has prepared for primary work and we know we will be a success in her profession as evidence by her work in Miss Harreson's room. We somehow feel that "Beccy" will not always preside in a pri- mary room for although- She is a quiet little girl, who is never known to flirt She is not dead, she is alive and always is alert We do not think she'll be a Vamp with great big rolling eyes But you can't tell about these girls For "Beccy" often sighs. ELLEN MOONEY Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester 3 and 4, Varsity Basketball, Semester 3 and 43 Secretary of Junior Class, Semester 23 Vice-President of Senior Class, Semester 45 Athletic Associa- tion, 3 and 43 Country Fair. A perpetual surprise, even to those who know her best, is Ellen, and to those who know her not so intimately she carries an in- definable and enticing charm. It has been but two short years since Ellen joined us as an eager Junior, but in that time she has won her way into our hearts and has become so generally indis- pensable that no gathering is complete with- out her ready smile and cheerful vivacity. However, behind this pleasant good humor there is a steadiness of purpose and strength of resolve that we all respect and admire. Ellen's excellent sense of proportion with respect to work and play has made her an invaluable aid in all forms of Normal ac- tivities. Oh yes, and what would become of the "Octagon" if Ellen should fail to hold up the fifth side. MARY MORELAND Jamestown, Pa. "Mary 'Liz' " .lamestown H. S. "Mary beams and the sun comes out: Mary frowns and all the world's in doubt: Mary smiles and clouds are tinged with glory: "But lVIary's wiles, that's another story." X. Y. Z. The above lyric gem was contributed to this volume, and altho we were not sure that it was meant for "Mary 'Liz" we will give it to her. She's the girl who is always on deck when there is anything stirring and it is said that she is a highly capable nurse. when the occasion arises. fmV7g"'5g f-454, Q fx fi J - A if avr 'Q F 'rg' , X S X 1.42"-Qfff' ifwff-54 1 ..- HELEN B. MORRIS Bradford, Pa. Bradford H. S. Y. W. C. A. That such a small girl could boast of three initials seems most marvelous. Helen is not what you would term a joiner. For a while we thought she had intentions of joining the orchestra via the traps and drums. Classical music did not appeal to her, for upon returning this year we find her addicted to jazz and Waddle. Alas all that begins well does not always end well. Haven Hall observers tell us the bubble is burst and no longer does Helen linger in North parlor but is seriously mediating on Utah where men are sure and permanent. Since writing the last sentence history has had time to repeat itself. There are rumors to the effect that "Affaires du cour". ANNA M. MULKIN "Hanner" Stoneboro, Pa. Oil City H. S. Class Basketball, '22g Social Committee, '22, M. O. H., '22, '23g Y. W. C. A., '23. "Never trouble trouble till trouble trou- bles you". "Hanner" is a member of the famous five hundred club whose favorite pastime semes to be eating fudge made in the wee small hours. Although breakfast is served at seven o'clock in Haven, one usually finds her breakfasting down at Anderson's. We have often wondered why Anna was so anxious about the eight twenty-eight mail and now we know. The reason is, "My Bonnie" lies over at Waterford. Say basketball to Anna and she's right there. She can be counted on as game for anything that spells real fun. 1487 UARDA A. NICKERSON "Nicky" Greenville, Pa. Greenville H. S, Glee Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Class Basketball. Sunshine and good humor all the world over. "Nicky" is one of our fun loving girls who don't believe in crossing the bridge un- til she comes to it. She is one of the sweet six and is just brimful of energy and delights in using some of it on the basketball floor or in dancing. She is never at a loss for some- thing to say and never hesitates to voice her opinions when the occasion demands. She has a sunny disposition and a cheery word for all. "Nicky" carries her avoirdupois quite well herself but leans a little toward Troy. Have you ever caused the proctor to do any squelching "Nicky'?" Well, we've all had that experience ourselves. MARY O'BRIEN Saegertown, Pa. Saegertown H. S. A tall dark figure made its way through the wind driven snow to the Art room, there to deliver that life or death message to one of the art students. VVhat was the mes- sage? Oh, you ask Mary and she will laugh- ingly tell you the whole thing. That was when Mary answered the telephone, now don't get the impression that is all Mary does, oh, no, she's a fine student and those sparkling eyes proclaim more than just an ordinary telephone girl. 1 -., , Qli t han 2-1"ii" '-.-..1.-a b! fi 3 5 J 5- Q, will xu vu ' U 5, 1, KAYJ, 'lf . ff' M My --s flm ,L ,hy -, LYDIA PAGE "Bertie" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "Brown eyes and merry smile, reveal her gentle nature". Lydia is one of those privileged few iso the teachers sayl because she has already had practical experience in rural teaching. If teaching leaves no more lasting effect on the rest of us than it does on Lydia, we have nothing to fear. Lydia's specialty is primary work. So many of our lovely girls have a failing along this line. I wonder why? Lydia delights in project work and is very successful in food sales. She is always agreeable and is will- ing to help. If you don't believe it just ask the Ruths-Dunn and Greenwood, about the glasses for the Franklin stunt. VIOLET ETHEL PAIGE "Paigy" Spring Creek, Pa. Corry H. S. Glee Clubg Class Cheer Leader, '22g Con- neautteean Staff, Vice-President Philog Y. W. C. A. She has two eyes so bright and blue That seem to look you through and through. Beware! Beware! Red hair always de- notes "pep". "Paigy" is surely there with plenty of it when there are any school ac- tivities going on. Although we see a great deal of her around the campus, she still has time to write copious letters and to send huge boxes of fudge to State College. Leave it, to "Paigy" to have a good time. Her hobbies are dancing and singing especi- ally that song, "When Francis Dances with Me". Violet's secret ambition is to become a doctor. But we think she will make a good primary teacher considering her ability as a story teller. MARGARET KATHRYN PETERSON "Peg" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "She is pretty to walk with, And witty to talk with, And pleasant, too, to think on." Ask anyone at Normal who has the pret- tiest bobbed hair and they will answer im- mediately, "Peg". She is a good student and one of the best friends anyone could have. If anyone knows why she blushed so prettily when the story of "Little John" was being read, please drop the answer in the Conneautteean box. RUTH PORTER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "It is well to be studious, And well to be cheerful too, So Ruth's happy nature, In all ways includes the two." Ruth is a good pal and a splendid schol- ar-she is so modest that all do not know of her versatility. She gets her work done in half the time it takes the rest so has that time for fun. Ruth is a conundrum-when she is in Erie she is on the way to North East ant! when in North East on her way to Erie: but she loves the West and we expect to hear of her some day teaching f'?l in Cali- fornia. 'f411wk'5g ff 'dl ul f m if! "4--3' G if A. 3 1 ' l , . fx 'QS X .- f' if 1 il,?i- QA iT',:",. '7 ,gi ' 4 aj 4, 4 -q 'X.-iq' ELLEN PURTLE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Secretary Senior Class, Semester 1. Though Ellen is a quiet girl We've often heard it rumored, She's full of life as she can be And witty, kind, good-humored. Ellen with her ready smile and pleasant manner has won for her many friends at Normal. She's a good student and you know that Normal courses aren't easy. She's go- ing to be a primary teacher, and if she's anything like her sister, she is sure to suc- ceed. A LOLA RASMUSSEN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Fair charmer of both sexes, just what is your ambition to be? Such conflicting re- ports are heard that we all form our own opinions and forget the others. Is it gym- nasium, primary teaching, or can it be a man? Now, enough has been said. Old Father Time must use good judgment here, but perhaps he'll not be able to because he never went to Normal School. Lola belongs to one of our happy groups and we hope she will always be happy. ARDYS RAYMOND Albion, Pa. Wellsburg H. S. Do you really know this tall, dark haired, maiden? Did Ardys ever come to class un- prepared? We reckon so but-then she has a good supply of common sense and could always make an answer. Let us whisper something to you, Ardys is not as quiet as she seems. In fact she talks about Swapping things around Albion. We think Swapping is a new means of exchange? Ardys is a good worker and always willing to help. She is a good girl worth knowing and having for a friend. Here's to you Ardys, smile on. ESTHER REA ' Here is a lady who is already a teacher of experience and much merit. She and Mrs. Lovelace were seemingly fast friends until the latter named person spoiled it by gradu- ating at mid-year. Since that time Miss Rea has been left to pursue her studies alone. She seems to have a special failing for all of the "deep stuff", Educational Sociology, History of Education, etc. We honestly be- lieve that she likes it! .l...t!.Nv -. Ev-- ,I ,tat HA' fl if 'X ,-,gfdbn -4.4, 'ob - 3- --., f 'Q - .1 ,I 'Ni vs .5 :U ls 1 W -mv- . ' AQ ll Y xi, . 1 pn .I - I.-Lx -h . E- 3, LILLIAN REESE "Lil" Sharon, Pa. Sharon H. S. Y. W. C. A. Lillian has been with us for two whole years. We can compare her with nothing but the sung for like him, she takes no rest, for we never can find her in the same place twice. Her bursts of joy often lead her from the straight and narrow path of her dignity. "Lil" is the girl with a very delicate voice or at least Mr. Harri-son thought so. For take a front seat in Health and Hygiene this weakness she was frequently asked to class, where she was usually known as Lil- lian Sackett. Lillian began the term as one of Miss Avery's featherweights but nightly feeds will work wonders "Lil", HARRY K. RHODES "Beef" Edinboro, Pa. Spartansburg H. S. Varsity Basketball Managerg Conneaut- teean Business Managerg Class Basketball, Philo President. Professor Rhodes, the perfection of dig- nity! Thus will he be known in professional circles in the years to come. However, there's more to Harry than dignity. We understand that he is a wonderful disci- plinarian but we are sure he will never he "Harsh' no matter what happens. That he is popular may be seen by notic- ing the list of his school activities in which he takes part. 51 GERALDINE ROONEY "Jerry" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "Good things come in small packages." "Jerry" is an all round girl whom we all love. She never worries and one can safely hurry when they see "Jerry" strolling to school for they may know that there is no time to spare. "Jerry's" motto is "Every- thing comes to him who waits", so why hurry? As to music we have hopes of her head- ing the class some day and possibly becom- ing a supervisor in this part of her profes- sion. Never mind "Jerry", we know some laurels will be yours. CLARENCE C. RYAN "Clip" Cambridge Springs, Pa. Cambridge Springs H. S. Baseball, '22. "Clip" does not have his abode at Edin- boro, instead he prefers to live at Slab-town. He is frequently seen at Haven Hall especial- ly on Friday and Saturday nights. Of course we wish to imply that these visits are strictly of a business nature. It is a favorite pastime of his to serenade the seniors, when there are spooky sights about and strange whistles. "Clip" is right there on the soccer Iield and the basketball fioor. His favorite subject is Nature Study as he is particularly interested in Moons". "Lyons" and "Campbells". if 2 ,1 - f f- '7 ., 1' "- ' S534 ff xg g iggk-QA 9 tai Qin ' gi ETHEL RUHLING Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, 43 Athletic Association, 3 and 45 Treasurer Senior Class, 45 Self-Govern- ment Committeeg Spring Festival Commit- tee. "Tall and lanky-long and smart Not a bit cranky-but big of heart." Here we have Ethel, Mr. Emery's left- hand man. Whenever you see Ethel you are sure to see her marking the music papers, sealing the doom of the "poor jun- ior". "It certainly is shocking how little these juniors know about music", says Ethel, but we all can't do as well as she. Girls as studious as she are great delights to the faculty. MARTHA SACKETT Utica, Pa. Utica H. S. Y. W. C. A. We may consider ourselves very fortu- nate for having had such a noble and sensi- ble girl as Martha among our number. She fell for bobbed hair with the rest of us, but soon decided it was not professional. We know she makes the best use of time especial- ly that spent in Glee Club. She is a true sportsman, an earnest student, and a dear friend. We hope for this quiet, unassuming maiden the best of success. 4523 NINE ROSE SALSBURY Albion, Pa. Albion H. S. Y. W. C. A.g Glee Club. 4 This is the first time that Nina has been with us for a regular term, but she will graduate with us in the spring. Then she will come back this summer for the rest of her credits. Nina is another one of those girls who surprise you when you are most unsuspecting. Usually quiet, you would never guess that in those grave brown eyes lurks a world of fun and determination. Her willingness to do combined with her friendliness make her a very desirable com- panion. Someone else things so too. LUCILE SCHIEFFERLE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester 3 and 45 Varsity Basketball, Semester 3 and 43 Class Basket- ballg Athletic Associationg Hallowe'en Com- mittee. Who said popularity? This tall slim athletic girl is an embodiment of all that that word implies. With both sexes Lucile has been a winner, and we know that she will continue to bo so with that optimistic disposition and captivating smile. If you ever get stumped on "logs" just make her a visit and difiiculties will soon vanish under supervision of her skilled mathematical mind. And by the way,- You'll never feel "down in the mouth" in her presence, and the mat "welcome" is always out. Knowing the life of a basketball "sub", and the necessary perseverence and pa- tience that it requires it is only necessary that we say that Lucile is a faithful "Sub" on Erie's team. .. S 9 9 ugh'-S" 3 -Ar tn 4 inf! Nh NJ an 52'-Ti' -...-..: " j N 9 3 G , J 5 ' l J 0 1 Q v' "A lxexvwj, 'xc A, 5 U... - E -,. Q . lx Ax " ' Q xi . I X ll .P ll. - f. -A m :Q .A , - , S f VIOLET SCHUTTE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Here's to the girl with the hazel eyes, With wavy brown hair and head so wiseg The things are few, she would not do For her friends, to them she's always loyal and true. Violet is one of the most studious girls in our class? Well, anyway she's always pre- pared in classes. She's an authority on the Bible and Hayes. She seems quiet and re- served but ask her better-half, Audine, she knows. Vi has fine school spirit and helped to make the class a success. ZORA MARY SCHWARTZ Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester 2, 3 and 43 Social Committeeg Class Basketball Team, Semes- ters 3 and 45 Athletic Association, Semes- ters 3 and 45 President Senior Class, Semes- ter 3. Zora the lovable, Zora the sweet, Welcomed as friend, By all she may meet. Her hair is brown, Her eyes are blue, Although she is short, She's every bit true. Full of goodness, Full of fun, Yes, we love her Everyone. She doesn't flirt, She doesn't paint, Do you think shes an angel? We'1l say she AIN'T! ! ! Zora is one of our athletic sharps. We envy the basketball team at Emerson school that she coached. We wish her success in her work. C53 MARGARET SCOTT Erie, Pa. Erie Branch This quiet girl joined us in our second year but all those who know her think she is a perfect peach. To tell what she isn't would be far easier than to tell what she is. She has interest, vitality, she is consci- entious and likeable, and she combines all the qualities that should be found in a pri- mary teacher. Above all she is enthusiastic and we would think something sure had happened if Margaret didn't show up at all our basketball games. With such a record, we have no reason to doubt that Margaret will be a success in her work. LENORA SHADER Conneautville, Pa. Conneautville V. S. Y. W. C. A.: Class Basketball, '22. "Mid pleasures and palaces Though I may roam No other attraction Is like that one at home." Lenora is one of our most studious class- mates? She made quite a hit with her su- pervisors while teaching art class. That's all right Lenora we often surprise ourselves at what we can do. We wonder what vocation she took up at Conneautville? We have heard something about a chest and a Christmas gift, now you may draw your own conclusions. 24 1 VlWi'5X as-544 sau, A an fl,,,J Q...-lg 2 gr 5 if , Q -N fi 5 1 - ,F 25,5 i, lT.L',,- 3 "9 4" j XA -' X ,, .'jf3'Eeg.4..A,...- ELEANOR LENORA SHELDON "Pallie" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "The only jewel that will not decay is knowledge". Here is one of our jolly girls, who de- lights in spreads, corn roasts, hikes and swimming. Not afraid to work and believ- ing that we got out of life just what we put into it. The results of the efforts are grati- fying indeed for it is the opinion of the class that Eleanor has lived up to the standard of an all around Normal life. It is partly due to her that the food sale given by the Primary Department was such a success. RUTH SHEPARD Kennard, Pa. Sheakleyville H. S. "Official squelcher for Melva" can't you just hear her say with a frown "Melvie, for goodness, sake can't you keep still?" Ruth appears quiet to those who do not know her but her intimate friends have learned to appreciate her and we have all found her to be a classmate of whom we are proud. She does not believe in going abroad to hear "Lafayette" but journeys home every few weeks. . Ruth has a mind of her own and will surely make a success of anything she un- dertakes. We will remember her as "A friend loyal and true, Ready to help or cheer. We wish we might have known her, For more than one short year." 54 LILLIAN K. SHINE Kinzua, Pa. Kinzua H. S. One of our shy, modest little girls is Lil- lian. Although she entered the class just this year, she has won the hearts of all who know her. Lillian does not care for the frivolous things in life, not even the men, but we won- der if she will always be this way. She is often found with a book or writing letters. Ask the third floor girls Why Lillian's room is so popular, especially after she re- ceives one of those big boxes from home. GERTRUDE SHIVELY "Trudy" Emlenton, Pa. Salem H. S. Class Basketball, '22g Glee Club, '22, '23g Student Senateg President Y. W. C. A.g Class Hockey, '23. Just to be an Edinboro student is to known how loyal Gertrude is to her Alma Mater and to the girls in particular. In her we find seriousness and humor, studious- ness and friendliness, and such a combina- tion is sure to win approval and Gertrude certainly has the hosts of friends and ap- proval. With her at its head the Y. W. C. A. be- came probably the most important of the student organizations. In spite of being one of the busiest girls in the school "Trudy" never forgets to be happy- She knows it's best to sing away each care and strife, For it doesn't do to fret And no matter what may come her way She'll do her best you bet. J l at 9 a-A 0 M! . F111 A-,dnb gubl N X fl 'Q G C 5 A J lb " . 5' YV 1' 'wwf' ' "V - o - .W -P 4 , " ' Q N.: A I A A ll E . f I k +6011 Fiix -.T-.1---i O' AUDINE GRACE SHREVE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "She has a world of ready wealth, Our minds and hearts to bless. Spontaneous wisdom breathed by health, Truth breathed by cheerfulnessf' The sunshine tangled in Audine's hair con- tinually radiates all about her and shines as does the optimism of her sunny nature. Audine is one of the most conscientious girls in the Erie Branch. It has always been one of her traits to prepare each day's lesson much to the delight of her teachers. This fact coupled with her wonderful personality has succeeded in making her a success in her practice teaching, so we know that she is facing a glorious future in the teach- ing profession. CAROL SIPLE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Clubg Conneautteean Staff, Commit- tees: Self-Government, Senior Banquetg Spring Festivalg Junior Reception, Hallow- e'en Party, Christmas Party, Country Fair. She leads us through the mystic waves of music, gladdening the heart and cheering the soul. Surely happiness and mirth will follow her all the days of her life. Unani- mously her classmates will vote her all the good will that from human hearts can iiow. School alone is not absorbing enough to hold the young ladies attention so she must needs devote much of her time to outside activities. Her oratorical ability is well known to all those who have heard her speak in assembly. Now that female politicians are all the vogue it is entirely possible that Carol may usurp William J. Bryan's posi- tion as the silver tongued spokesman of the American people. However, let us warn you Carol, for we want you to beware of Dar- winism, for here Bryan either fell down or descended. 1557 FLORENCE SMITH Oil City, Pa. Oil City H. S. Y. W. C. A., Varsity Basketball Mana- gerg Conneautteean Staff, Basketball and Hockey, Captain Varsity Basketball, '22, Haven Hall Executive Board, '22, '23, Sec- retary Athletic Committee, '22, 23. "We stand indebted- In love and service to you evermoref' We're proud of you, "Smitty", for your fine work on the gym floor. You have done much to spread the fame of "Old Edinboro". Besides that, folks, she is into 'most every- thing else. She is an active member of the Y and is right there with her studies. Last, but not least, she distinguished herself by catching the chicken pox and getting laid up with them. IRIS SMITH Cambridge Springs, Pa. Cambridge Springs H. S. Yes, Iris has chosen school teaching as her profession but you can't fool us Iris: we have discovered your genious and are looking forward to the day when we may read your latest novel. Most of us live in the dormitories and prefer getting up at six-forty-five but Iris lives in Cambridge Springs and prefers get- ting up at five and taking the six-thirty car to Edinboro. We wonder? Is there some attraction in Cambridge? "Tim" is a confirmed movie fan and keeps posted on the latest movie gossip. She just "loves" Tom Meigham and "Oh, wasn't Wallace Reid noble?" There is something queer about Iris, she wants to teach Latin. And the reason? Well, we have to admit "You've got us stumped". 4 5.4" td! 1X a n GIQ W4-3' if ,X is ,X gg J 1 i- 1 921- i, QTI1- 'G f 'F' ' xiv lk. in 4, I Q-q X.--4, SYLVESTER SNYDER "Snyd" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Basketball Captain, '23, Basketball, '22g Vice-President Junior Class, 225 President Senior Class, '23, Philo, '22, Boy's Club, 23. "Snyd"--of the blue eyes and curly hair Lad of the winning smile One who in the future we've never a doubt Will win success by the mile." "Snyd" a previously acknowledged wom- an hater has shocked Edinboro by falling for a pair of "Brown" eyes. He is very accomplished having filled his various positions with the utmost efliciency. He plays basketball well even if he does have pretty curly hair and blushes red-ily. "Snyd" is recognized leader in class and social affairs. We all see in him, "a novel type of good heroic manhood". ELIZABETH SPRINGER "Betty" Oil City, Pa. Clarion S. N. H. S. "Betty" is one of our jolly girls who is never at a loss for something to say. She came from Clarion Normal to join our Senior ranks and if actions speak we would guess that she is enjoying it immensely. She has won many friends during her short stay with us among whom is a gentleman who delights in spending long winter evenings with her solving the problems of possible sales of Willis Knight cars the following summer and thus increase their fortunes. C567 MILDRED STUART "Midge" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Clubg Class Basketball, 3, 43 Var- sity Basketball, 3, 4, Athletic Association. "And so to the lands last limit I came-" And "Baby Stuart" brought her irrepres- sible giggle to Normal to help us through some trying "periods". "Midge" is proficient in playing basket- ball, swimming, dancing, and "Reeding", and bridge. Ask the Octagon. If you want to know about Ohio State University just ask "Midge", She can also tell you the etiquette of house parties. The Erie Branch will lose an enthusiastic sup- porter when she graduates. What do you mean when you wink, "Midge?" RUTH SULLIVAN "Sully" Duke Center, Pa. Bradford H. S. Glee Club, '22, '23g Secretary Y. W. C. A. A girl reliable and true and furthermore a worker too. "Willing hands" are always needed to perform the tasks of every day. Ruth is certainly one of those with a "willing hand" to do what ever comes her way. She does it well and with a cheerfulness unlimited which has won for her a host of friends. Studious? yes, but not bound to her studies which only serve in their place with all the other activities of school life. We wonder-will Ruth be one among us in the teaching profession for very long? She has the missionary spirit which may lead her on to other fields. We hope you have a happy future, Ruth. , S 9 QI 1 .K a nsa alibi: 0 W Ai-if D-JJ fi 3 . A -J E U J Y' ,I I-. lx-.xvj . - Mu 6, 5 I. H.-5 -Q A -P Q I 1 A ll Y I ' ' V ' X , 'I . -f- m fl A , - , X f JOSEPH TARBELL "Joe" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Varsity Basketball, '22, 23. "Joe" switched to the regular course this fall so we are proud today that he is all Senior. He is a man of many ambitions, but the principle one is to kill a bear, a real live wooley bear. He says that this ambition has interferred with his education to a cer- tain extent but that he hopes to realize it next year when he goes to Wyoming or somewhere else in the Wild West. Also, While we are discussing him, think what a fine center Edinboro's basketball team is about to lose. The old Alma Mater has our sympathy. HELEN TEWINKLE "Twinkle" Clymer, N. Y. Clymer H. S. House President Haven Hall, Conneaut- teean Staffg Vice President Y. W. C. A. Twinkle, Twinkle, little star, How we'll wonder what you are:- Out Within the world so wide, Teacher, lawyer, poet or bride? "True worth is in being, not seeming" surely applies to our Helen, for she's a doer, not a talker. Right bravely did she dis- charge the trying duties of House Presidentg as a Y. W. worker she was always on the job: and who would think of complaining be- cause the House President knew not the meaning of the phrase "Lights out?" Re- member those brilliant recitations? Remem- ber, too, that all of Helen's knowledge came not from textbooks, she acquired her knowl- edge for her Sociology thesis first-hand, i.e., from the Student Senate President. 1573 J. CLARE THOMAS "Claribell" Linesville, Pa. Linesville H. S. Orchestra, '23, '23, Philo. Clare is our Paderewski. He certainly makes a hit with the girls when it comes to playing for dances. Clare is a very active lad, and takes an interest in his studies, is a good friend and is liked by everyone. He has a keen sense of humor, which every one appreciates. Ask Mr. Emery. "If Clare could only make love, As he can play that piano, He would be some masher, With the girls, I know." Oh! Clare, where's Martha? VIRGINIA THOMAS Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Here we have her,-another of those stu- dious f?J girls. We see her wandering around the halls with a rather pre-occupied expression on her youthful countenance but we know that she is only thinking of Jo- well, maybe we had better say her lessons. Among certain of the other Erie girls she has a certain peculiar love for swimming class. We wonder why! Well, for all of that, well bet that Virginia will make SOME teacher next year. G Q 5 A - J f- '7 ff v l'.1f:-V 3 eff--414 S gdiQ f lm- MELVA THOMPSON "Melvie" Sheakleyville, Pa. Sheakleyville H. S. Y. W. C. A.: Philo, '21, Class Basketball, '21, Hockey, '23g Krazy Kats. "Now wouldn't that frost you?" "Melvie" came to us from the wilds of Sheakleyville in our Senior year. She is one of those "peppy girls" happy and gay the livelong day. She has proved herself to be a good friend and a jolly good pal. We know that Melva is a good student along certain lines, especially Economics and that she has played an important role in school activities. We also understand that this classmate of ours plants her affections in "Marshes", ILA TITUS "Topsy" Spartansburg, Pa. Spartansburg H. S. Y. W. C. A. Ila is quiet but friendly and has a smile for everyone. She seems to have made quite a hit with the children at the Training School for at Hockey games you will usual- ly see at least one or two little girls hang- ing onto her arms. Ila is a poetess and in Art she always shines. To say the least Ila is an accom- plished young lady. i583 RUBY TOWER Springboro, Pa. Beaver H. S. Y. W. C. A. "Water is wet, Dust is dry, Life is short, And so am I." Here we have an extraordinary speci- men of that flaming jewel, the ruby. Ruby, as her name signifies, is warm-hearted and ever glad to be of service to her friends and schoolmates. She believes in very hard study but always has time to go home every few weeks. We all wonder what the attrac- tion is? Just say music to her and you can see her hair stand straight up on end trying to reach high "Do". MAYBELLE TRACY Albion, Pa. Albion H. S. Y. W. C. A. Maybelle is a good student, a source of joy to her teachers for she is always on time and has her lessons well prepared. She never has time for frivolous student activ- ities, but when it comes to teaching in the public school she is, "Johnny on the spot". The high character of her work proves her earnestness and sincerity of purpose, while her interest in Normal affairs be- speaks her loyalty. She believes in hard work and knows that "Heaven is not reached by a. single bound, But we build our ladder by which we rise, From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies, And mount to its summit round by round." ... K 4' a glam'-H -ow .411-in 5' MJ J ,.+ x ii-sl 5 ' YS! fi 3 G . J- Q, 0 ' ,,. -X " Xi. A A III R I N 1 X X Q 1 HILDA TWENTIER . Evans City, Pa. Y. W. C. A. Hilda came to us only this year but that didn't keep us from Iinding out what a like- able girl she is. The minute she looks at you, you know you'll like her heaps and heaps. Did'nt you ever hear Hilda's delicious giggle and see her sunny smile? She's in for everything both lessons and fun and does all well. The little folks over in the public school have found out her worth, too, and we know the children who get her for a teacher will consider themselves lucky. THERESA VILLOCK Bradford, Pa. Bradford H. S. Student Senate, '22g Haven Hall Execu- tive Boardg Y. W. C. A. "She has two eyes so soft and brown, She gives a side glance and then looks down, Beware! Beware!" Theresa always studies diligently-this is from a personal interview. She has proved herself a successful teacher with a fond- ness for Senior High Subjects C?J. She was one of the busiest members of the sen- ior class and was among the first to help arouse -class spirit. None other can take her place in Haven Hall or in our hearts. Some think she is reserved, but we know better. She has a solution for all problems, except this one, "How could we endure school if street cars did not run between Edinboro and McLane?" In time of indi- cision we are wont to say, "Maybe I better go tell-." 4597 EDNA VOETTNER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Whence is thy learning? Hath thy toil Or books consumed the midnight oil? To look at Edna you would think that she was serious fits her glassesl but really she has the most contageous giggle you ever heard. And when she begins to play jazz on the piano, well, you can't possibly resist using your feet. Edna is going to be a pri- mary teacher, won't the youngsters like that! Though she is always carefree and lighthearted it is more than a vagrant ru- mor that she does study into all hours. MRS. FRANCES VOLK Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "Something there is more needful than ex- pense, And something previous even to taste-'tis sense." Mrs. Volk is our splendid example of the faithful and beloved student. She never tires helping others in the toil of the day and offers assistance-unthinking of her self. She is loyal to her class, always cheer- ful and dependable when asked to do any- thing for it, and an all-round "Booster". Mrs. Volk, being married, and having the studies of a home, had heavier burdens than did most students but these never inter- fered with her preparations and we know they'll not interfere if she decides to teach some little primary tots. drain url tx a m ZIQ '4-3 ff gf -. 5 I . . fx 'if X .- F 522' Qin- Q 4 'ig' 5. X fa F' lfawr'-re' l'1"ff-ff-'X-" f 4, ' -v1i"'X-143 LOVILLA WADSWORTH "Billy" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Cafeteria Board. "Attempt the end, and never stand in doubtg Nothing so hard, but search will find it out." Due credit must be given "Billy" for her faithfulness to the cafeteria. The success of the "sweets" counter has largely defended upon her boosting. Although often recog- nized as "Gorilla" in the Sociology class, she has been our star scholar throughout the course. We are inclined to believe that her choice of primary work shows her far- signtedness and efficiency. She claims to believe in a preparation for the future, as it were. DONALD F. WALTON "Don" Meadville, Pa. Blooming Valley H. S. "Don" is a sensible, well bred young man. He is very industrious and is always busy. He says life is a serious matter with him but nobody seems to realize it. "Don" be- lieves that silence is golden. He is what the girls term a "nice boy"-but Joanne says he is short and sweet. She believes in quality and not quantity. My mind to me a kingdom is: Such perfect joy therein I flnd As far excells all earthly bliss. 6 WILMINA WATERHOUSE Cambridge Springs, Pa. Union City H. S. Y. W. C. A. Wilmina was off campus last year and only a few of us got to know her but this year she is residing in Reeder. Wilmina is one in our midst who knows how to use her brains. She is one of Mr. Sackett's star pupils, and the true Edinboro type of girl. We all feel that you will be successful in every undertaking, Wilmina. FLORENCE WESCHLER "Floss" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, 23 Conneautteean Staff, Treas- urer of Class, 13 Social Committee, 3, Senior Banquet Committee: Spring Festival Com- mittee, Junior Reception Committeeg Hal- lowe'en Party Committeeg Christmas Party Committee. "I never saw the like of her, So virtuous and so true Yet with a touch of slirewdness too." "Floss" is the senior member of a family that has become mighty popular of late. And not only has she played the part of a real big sister to the little Weschlers but also to us here at school. This ambitious maid possesses an uncanny amount of en- thusiasm and ability to carry affairs to a successful conclusion and the class was not long in discovering it and taking advantage. As a pioneer Gypsy story teller she takes first place and with a few compatriots is blazing a trail that bids fair to greater hap- piness to the children of Erie. Do we like this severe unselfish girl? With us its "Floss" Weschler of course! 'Nuff said. My !l1""' 23261 --....... gl N 3 , 3 A 21' J f ,,, .X S i iiigli. fi in W1 - ..,m flFR It ,-, aw MARTHA WEISEN Sharon, Pa. Hickory H. S. What! Did we hear some one say Martha was quiet? Quite mistaken you are, for one look into those dancing blue eyes tells all, Martha is very fond of all outdoor sports, especially canoeing and well, walking, not preferably in the heat of the day. She is one of our broad-minded girls that has accumulated a vast amount of knowledge through experiences and travels. She is very reserved, dignified and has a charming personality which has won for her the highest esteem of all who know her. Did you ever hear her tell a story to those primary children, why, they simply go wild. Really "to know her is to love her" but why,can't cupid stay asleep and let her go on in the teaching profession. SARAH WILSON "Sal" Union City, Pa. Union City H. S. Temple College. Sarah Wilson fair and tall, Made her home at Reeder Hall, And in her quiet winning way, Put her best efforts in work and play. Sarah came to us in our senior year after having spent a year at Temple College. She won the love of every classmate at first sight. We prophesy that some day her smile and dimples will surely win the heart of someone. Although "Sal" is here in body and spirit her heart is at Union City and she looks the happiest at the first and last of each week. Wonder why? "Sal" likes dates, athletics, auto rides, especially if she can go with a "Hudson". Who can help admiring "Sal" as they see her on the basketball floor in white middy and bloomers. 6 MARIE WINANS Townville, Pa. Townville H. S. When the Seniors entered conference one morning they were greeted by th strong fragrance of carnations. The first sight that met their eye was Marie peering over a huge bouquet which, no doubt, she had re- ceived as a valentine. Judging from these flowers and the number of letters she re- ceives it is certain that it is not always busi- ness that takes here to Meadville on week- ends. Although she is now residing in Mc- Kean County she has left her heart in Craw- ford County. Marie delights in music to such an extent that she finds it hard to give it up. MARJORIE WINKLER "Freely" Ludlow, Pa. Ludlow H. S. "Freely" is a girl with a ready smile And one who can always giggle She is very fond of being Squeefzedl And can do her share of teasing. Marjorie known to her friends as "Free- ly" is one of those girls who is always look- ing for a good time. She was right there when the MOH's were having a feed, putting on a style show, or giving gym exhibitions. She dances "divinely". She can give a joke or take one with equal ease and good grace. Who on third floor has not heard "Freely" play the uke and sing. She is also fond of men and what more need be said? Qa,lWW1"5w -,J 9' ff' 1 . '52 5 A f- -p 219. i,' fb, - 'Q f '5' XF fi' L .Ye-'Eg-.4.-if? MIRIAM WOLFF Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Of all the amateur actresses of the Erie Extension here is the queen. Any part of any play from "Blood and Sand" to "East Lynne" can be successfully portrayed by this young lady. She is especially clever in the role of comedienne. Through two years Miriam has upheld the ideals and aims of the teaching profes- sion with the result that now she is going forth to take up her life work, fully equipped for all contingencies. For those who are to return to school next fall, Erie Extension is bound to be a lonesome place without the gay pranks which Miriam has been continually playing. GRACE WYATT Meadville, Pa. Y. W. C. A. ESTHER ELOISE ZELLER "Red" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, 3 and 43 Conneautteean Staffg Varsity Basket Ball, 1 and 25 Class Basket- ball, 3 and 43 Secretary Athletic Associationg Committees! Senior Banquet, Spring Festi- val, Junior Reception, Hallowe'en Party, Christmas Party. You've heard about "Red 6: Brown, Inc.", haven't you? Well, this is member No. 1 of the corporation. "Red" had an idea, and for the benefit of those who were not present when she had it we'll explain-she has decided to teach in Florida. Certainly the Primary Group boasts her name on its roll. She knows that her charm only affects those who are either too young to know better or those who are beyond the Junior High age. Thus she chose wisely. Meadville H. S. Grace has lost one thing since she came to Edinboro, her hair, but strange to say she doesn't seem to regret that. She has gained many other things, among them many friends and an A in teaching. Grace seems to think she learned a thing or two while teaching, about subject mat- ter as well as about the art of teaching. We wonder why she didn't know everything be- fore she started as she has a remarkable way of finding out things. Gracie had a better time in Erie than most of us. Well, there is a very good Rea- SOTL. 62 Q 3-A YL' 0 4,1 . I iv X 13 3 G , I 2, A 'Q'-' 41, .lg I' .5 'S' 'ra' ,Xnvi Q f . xl i 1 T3 , , N R f' 9 - f' ' ' ' A ' ' -- I-"" A--+ .fn , I I 'fd mafia G ,f .2 3 L- - 'L 'Q 'St X '-if'?f"?rf" F-"f'fg?-45'-4 'Jin tx M flag! illuture Svvmnr Artruuwn The Senior Class will be active! Now that the snow is gone we will be able to take our sleigh ride to Cambridge Springs. Since the Class of '22 took their ride on the trol- ley we suppose that it has become a school tradition which we must live up to. Never- theless, we are all set for "some time" and are "rarin' to go". t Work on the class play will begin shortly under the able direction of Mr. Blandon. The play will require much time and hard Work but with an able director and a talented cast it will be the best ever given at Edinboro. Erie Branch will probably present their play here on one of the evenings during commencement- week. Class day will be original to say the least. Mr. Crawford has suggested that we observe the day by presenting various phases of school life by means of pageants on different parts of the campus. For instance, Mr. Emery's music class might be repro- duced through some Senior's ingenuity. We do not forget that Erie Branch will be here in force to help with these various activities. And Skip Day. We won't forget that day. It is one that we look forward to with almost as much enthusiasm as the girls showed before the basketball tournament. Well may the Juniors inquire, "Where, oh, where, are the grave old Seniors?" That's it- where? They are being frivolous for the last time before they go out as professional men and women. Lest we forget, those delightful moonlight nights when we wend our way to the campus at the romantic hour of two in the morning to gather together for serenades betore we go. Then we will wake the unsuspecting Juniors from their infantile slum- bers once more and permit them to hear the sweet rythmical sounds so thoroughly instilled in us by our worthy music instructors. For the last two weeks of school we have Senior privileges and much will, no doubt, be crowded into those two weeks. The Junior-Senior Prom, the reception from the principal, the Alumni dance, are only a few of the things to expect. It's great to be a Senior! V. E. P., '23. 1615 .. X 9 91!""" 3 -A 0 llfj Ln'-l' N 32 'UQ W'-1-'.-13' ,fuvsn S 3 G . J ' 1 Q, .L 0 5. .,. ,X . Y . A 'V, c ' . , I N A C - 'f lare' -,N Q. '- . .C Svrninrn---Srrrnnh Svemwtrr HELEN A. EILER Meadville, Pa. Meadville H. S. University of Pittsburghg Allegheny Col- legeg Glee Club. Helen is one of the new members of the Senior Class at the beginning of the second semester. Many have come to know her sweet disposition and the kind words that she always has for everyone. She is very fond of her practice teaching and will make some teacher when she gets out in the cold world to shift for herself. Almost any night one may find her pondering over music for that six-thirty class. Her special hobby is driving a Ford coupe but it is rumored that she indulges freely in all other violent out- side sports. WYNNE GILLESPIE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch For some reason or other we are entirely unable to find words to describe this par- ticular member of our class. It seems as though she is the epitome of all the de- sirable qualities which can possibly be de- sired of any human being. Her ability as a psychologist has already been recognized for she was recently requested to lecture be- fore the Erie Psychology Club, earning the applause of the assemblage who realized the value of her talk. Wynne's hobby is writing, and so prob- ably some day we will be saying, "I knew her when-" In this world of flappers, real patricians are few. Perhaps that is why everyone ad- mires Wynne. Q65 MRS. FLORENCE GRUBER . Erie, Pa. Erie Branch There are some of us fortunate enough to realize to the full the benefits derived from a normal school education. Among these we place Mrs. Gruber who put false pride aside and moved among us for two years. It sure- ly speaks well for this lady's ambition that she should have become one of us in spirit and in fact. There are not many people in this world of ours who would not have held themselves above mere school boys and girls after they had held their own place in the world without. We must say however, that there is no member of our little school circle who is quite so well deloved as this sunnily smiling little business woman. We wish that she never had to leave us for we truly appreciate her worth and if possible we would spare her from the profession for which she is destined. ALBERT HENRY HILTON Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Conneautteean Staff, Erie Branch Edi- torg Committees: Spring Festival, Junior Reception fChairmanJ, Christmas Party, County Fairg Rings and Pins. Behold! Our own Albert who thinks him- self the original Male vampire. Al lay socially dormant during his first week at Normalg but ye gods! how he did step out after that. He believes in working only when in the mood, but next to "Pat" Carney he is the most industrious man in the class. And withal he dissipates to the extent of parting his hair in the middle. A masterly student, a strict disciplinar- ian, a forceful speaker, and a fearless leader of Erie Normal. Do two years at Normal make a MAN? We'll say they do. Al's only peculiarity is himself. , 41 - . as ff ,Z 3 vi ,N gg 1 qv 4' f' 5' 1 "gy i, . V3 f "9 I ' f Ab 'fif'42r"3' "flv'f?Ti?5.-- LOIS HOFFMAN Erie, lja. Erie Branch Who is this but our dear little Lois? The girl in our class who is always jolly, kind, and feel to go to up. And Does she If you and sweet. If you are ever sad rather blue all you have to do is Lois and she will surely cheer you friends? She has scads of them. teach? Well, we should say so! don't believe it you ought to she her prac- tice at that interesting game. She says it's lots of fun. She'll be some teacher when some wise school board comes after her with that nice contract. ALMA H. JOHNSON Sheiiield, Pa. Alma is one of those quiet girls whose quietness is very deceiving for when one gets to know her he finds that she has a sense of humor that accounts for her ready smile and laughing eyes. Her favorite in- door sport is teaching "Young America" to shoot fthe Bully but it has a close second in her beloved, knitting. She is one of those girls that you can tell all your troubles to and be sure that she will help you to the best of her ability. The school children just feel that she is the best ever and will do anything to help them and that is some recommendation for a "schoolmarm"g Edin- boro has not seen a great deal of her but she will be with us for graduation and that is the big thing. C661 SARA MacDOWELL Kennerdell, Pa. Here is another of those successful teach- ers who are to graduate from Edinboro Nor- mal with the class of 1923. Here's a ques- tion for some bright reader to answer,- How is the editor to write this lady up when he doesn't even know the lady? He has never had the pleasure of meeting the lady as she has "done her time" at summer school. Well, folks, we'll just have to look at the portrait above and see how much we can gather about Sara. by looking at her pic- ture. HELGA PAULSON Mount Jewett, Pa. Mount Jewett H. S. Her mother named her Helga Marie but we all know her as "Polly Marie" and that she stays as far as we are concerned. Al- though she did not arrive at Edinboro un- til the second semester she is already wide- ly acquainted with the place. She is always one of the interested spectators who spend much time peering through the railing on second floor of Reeder, studying the cases in the parlors. Marie must be a music lover for we either hear her singing "do, mi, sol" or strumming her mandolin. She even forsakes her ice-cream for that evening music class. D' Q v 5 -Ar 5 A llff ,I Oil -01 2-'.-i ,A G fl G 5 I gf . A. a-an E ugh X MARIE SMALL Warren, Pa. Marie is another of those girls who is coming to graduate with us this spring. She is, at present, an energetic teacher in the Warren schools. She has, of course, seen Edinboro before as she has been here to summer schools in the past. All of those who have known her well remember her fondness for boating and for that hearty laugh. Who could forget that? MARCH WINTON Townville, Pa. March comes to us from Townville where she has put in a busy year teaching. She has done most of her Normal work and lacks only the sheepskin. Her one hobby is the study of the proper use of the subjunc- tive. And say, did anyone ever see March angry? Well, we never did and we firmly believe that that smile of her's absolutely will not rub off. We say of some of our would-be graduates that perhaps they will be teachers some day. That doesn't fit March as she is already there and maybe she isn't some teacher. We wish we were young again ourselves! C675 IDA SCHAFF Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Here's a girl that went and left us be- fore the year was out. The funny part of it was that she did not tell us why. Well, whatever she's up to know we're for her. Evidently the profession of school teaching did not appeal to her. We just couldn't leave her out of this little volume so we have placed a picture of her at the top of the page where the world may see. BETTY VOGEL Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Here is another lass whose way has parted from ours. "Schoolmarming" evi- dently did not appeal to her either. She must have something better in view. Well, most of us will become domestics sooner or later anyhow. Why not start early? We felt the same Way about her that We did about Ida. Therefore we have placed a. re- production of her beauteous physiognomy in this volume. Q , , mga 5 fx AF rl' it A .Vi E5 2, X1 42 ' "' fi T1 G : gy Q, JC. Km 9' . 5' "' SX. i'?if'5:..g 2 ,fn w x QI Q?-'i"'-'ii E 3-4---2 Autngraphz NAME ADDRESS J G! Qdvfadi 597 5 gi?-Ja we 'Q ' 7 Q 3 fn?-Wh'-22-ja .iff5ff31.fffAg,-4' +414 11 f mflg '-"9--47' Antngraphn NAME ADDRESS fi sz rf 5 5 tw" QNX ..,'a1,:E E- " ll gag' , - .M - I W 3225 26533 EE V' N V -'ian W 4 AL.: 29 I :E:Ei'giEg -xg iff:- y """':"'- ff Y 2 f 9 It -amish -an .,. A a n fnf .!.4-t B 1 fi A 5.9 Qi! '5' 4 . Q 1 -1 Jlnmnr Glleum thwinrg On September eighteenth, nineteen hundred and twenty-two, the group who shortly after became the Class of '24 arrived at Edinboro Normal. It did not take the school and the Senior Class long to realize that they had with them a class that were ready for work and play, and full to the top'of pep. Only a short time was required to get ac- quainted, for each person was eager to meet every one else and friendships were soon established. The Seniors were ever ready to lend a helping hand and to guide us over the rough places. They did much to make our weeks at Edinboro pleasant. While these things were happening at Edinboro another group was assembling at Erie Branch. Although they were separated by a space of twenty miles from the Edin- boro group we all are one compact class, and we all have the same troubles and pleasures. During the third week of school a class meeting was held and the class was formally organized. Ofiicers were elected and the whole group began to work as one unit. We were lucky to get for officers people who were "right there" all the time. We had lots to do, fat least that is what we thought until the Seniors told us of their troublesl, but we overcame our difficulties and began to feel better. Socially, we are sure that our year together has been an enjoyable and successful one. Of course we gave the Hallowe'en dance, and p-s-s-t, we are told by those who are competent to judge, that it was the best ever given. Soon after the dance the members of the class entertained themselves at a weiner roast on the shore of the lake. We can st1ll taste those weiners and smell the mixed odors of wonderful coffee and burning wood. After partaking of all the weiners and other things that there were to be had we spent a while learning class songs and yells to spring on the Seniors. Our oppor- tunity came shortly afterwards in the form of a serenade. The Seniors were rudely awakened to the tune of "Where, oh where are the sleepy Seniors?" After an hour of noice which endd in a general stampede we all returned to bed, confident that we had established our reputation. This reputation has lasted throughout the year and we are sure that the Junior-Senior Prom. will more than live up to it. We believe that when the Seniors leave Edinboro they will carry with them, along with our congratulations and best wishes, the memory of one of the best classes that Edinboro has ever known. The Class of '24 will never forget the friendships formed here and will always remember the Class of '23 as being composed of mighty good sports and loyal friends. THELMA JOHNSTON, '24. K T2 J ...si fi 3 G G i fa, ., 0 S. l '.. I? . , 1,14 SM ! - ',,, t'i 52ii T-,:......'.,, ' l41l"" Rb if! L.-2.1 '+-gigs Pj Pauline Fox ..... Howard Nason .... Harriet Hillyer .... Leah Bruner .... Virginia Miller .... Rachel Adams ....... Josephine O'Farre1 ..... Grace Fatica ........ Kathryn Moore .... Virginia Graf ....... Josephine O'Farre1 ..... Grace Fatica. . . Jluniur 0112155 G911irPrz Ehinhnrn Erin Ziranrh fFIRST sIcM1f:s'1'ERJ CsECoNn si1:M1cs'1'm:J 1733 . ....President Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . . . .Treasurer ... . .President Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . . . .Treasurer . . . . . . .President Vice-President . . . .Secretary ....Treasurer Gr ff it D ,f"v yD.w M' r,gM4A-A gfifpf an gl! Ma..1"?-,-il I if - Q -'I ..a RACHEL ADAMS Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Varsity Basketball, Class Basketballg President of Athletic Associationg Vice-President of Junior Class, Semester 13 Hallowe'en Committee. Short and snappy describes this all around athlete. Rachel is well known for her ever beaming countenance and her habitual good nature. She's a real asset to our basketball team. RUTH ALFSEN "Rufus" Ludlow. Pa. Ludlow H. S. "Allie" is her name, yet we might call her "Smiles". Always she is always there, both on the gym floor and in the classroom. ELMA J. ALLEN West Middlesex, Pa. West Middlesex H. S. Class Hockey, '23, You may think our Emma has nothing to say but she is studious and witty in everyway and you can hear her laugh far away. RUTH ALLEN "Ben" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Ruth is a vamp pure and simple, she knows every- body and is seldom too good to speak to them. Her greatest ambition is to get a Fllafl. MARTHA E. AMON Polk, Pa. Polk H. S. Martha usually wears an expression of extreme frivolity. Whenever she says anything, however, we all stop and listen for dear life. ANTON ANDERSON Lundys Lane, Pa. Elk Creek H. S. Class Basketball, '23. Anton desires to be "Un grande artisto". This is due to his fervid love for the feminine sex, which is shown by his blushing expression. JULIA ANDERSON "Jude" Lundys Lane, Pa. Elk Creek H. S. The most characteristic thing about this maiden is her hair. We fully believe that her nickname should not be "Jude" at all but "Fluffy" instead. ARTHUR ATKINSON "Red", "Art" Schenley, Pa. Schenley H. S. Arthur comes on the 8:07 Aereo from Meadvillc: every morning he is on time? Have you ever heard him talk on Prohibition? He surely has the facts which, accompanied by his majestic voice, make the stones of Edinboro rise to mutiny. OLIVE ATHEY "Buster" Farrell, Pa. Farrell H. S. Varsity Basketball, '23. Behold, our most adorable brunette. Olive is never busy? Always ready for contradiction on any subject. She says, "I admire the right side, whether be wrong or theoretically legal". C747 .1 C,, ' ' gags ...LJ s S fi 11 5 Y 5 fa, 'v no va 5, ' X X'l'! -A . ft -A. it 5- QM! A .' E !!- s 1' ..., Z ' GILBERTA BABCOCK Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Quiet and reserved, yet generally smiling is Gil- berta. Although she likes a good time she's a real student. We all known she possesses those qualities which make a true friend. FLORENCE BAILEY "Flo" Pleasantville, Pa. Pleasantville H. S. You know her, don't you? Well, if you don't you ought to! She's one of the nicest girls in our class and your missing something if you don't know her. KATHERINE BANNISTER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Conneautteean Staff: Glee Club. A date with Kate as sure as fate. Will bring a mate or give the gate. We hear much of ideals. There seems to be so many that can't compare with Kate. She is a girl in a thousand. GLADYS BANNISTER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch A smile so sweet, whenever you greet This maid petite. It can't be beat! Just because 'ner name is Bannister you can't slide down her, but she will support anything that is good. JOSEPH BARNETT "Joe" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Varsity Basketball: Junior Business Manager. - "My strength is as the strength of ten, Because my heart is pure". ' "Joe" is our star basketball player. Girls! Have you ever seen "Joe" shoot a grandstand? He surely is a cracker, if the other things can be done as well, no doubt he will win. RUTH I. BENSON "Tootsie" Oil City, Pa. Oil City H. S. "Anyway you take her you will find as I have found There is nothing in her lacking, she is true and safe and sound". LUCY BRENMAN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "For I'm as happy as can be, Worries and studies don't bother me." Here is the girl who is to be our star Kindergarten teacher. At least that is what we think. RETHA BROWN "Brownie" Cambridge Springs. Pa. Cambridge Springs H. S. "She's got Hot Lips, when she plays jazz." Did you ever hear Retha play the piano? VVe don't know about the hot lips but she is some little per- former when it comes to rattling the ivories. LEAH H. BRUNER "Hon" Franklin, Pa. Franklin H. S. Here she is, right here, and say-you have seen her lead Y. W. C. A. tif that is what they do at Y. VV. meetings: we don't know as we never were therel. 1733 91' whim eff 1 1911.151 1 1,,fg'y,4f,K--.4 ' 5 , - TN '25 - ,- '-. R, . .. 1 VE 3 w 'T "3 L' A 'lf A ff H' -- N ' , X I ' ' , Q I- --- S. - - - 3 -. . -.- . ,. -- fn..- LILLIAN BURGESON "B0rgy" Ludlow, Pa. Ludlow H. S. Varsity Basketball. We can always count on "Borgy" no matter whether it's at basketball, or volley ball. We wonder who will be the "lucky one", GLADYS BURGWIN Guy's Mills. Guy's Mills H. S. Gladys is a very studious and good natured pal. Although she has many struggles with her music she'll conquer it by and by. GLADYS BURROWS Erie, Pa. Erie Branch This is the prize orator of the class. She has gained her position by sheer steady application to the tasks set before her. We are hoping for a brilliant oratorical career for this young lady. FLORENCE CALKINS Florence is the girl without whom the library sure- ly could not exist. She certainly makes us be still when we try to have "library dates". LAWRENCE CAMPBELL He didn't like us well enough to stay with us a whole year so he went to South America at the end of the term. Bet there are lots of mosquitoes there. JULIA CARLOWE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Here is a girl just bubbling over with life enr energy. She has a most lovable disposition,-always optimistic and light-hearted. She thinks that psychol- ogy is simply a gloom producer. SIMON F. CARPINO "Carp" Farrell, Pa. Martins Ferry fOhioJ H. S. Class Basketball. Junior Conneauttean Secretary. Say, you ought to see this boy run a typewriter. He makes it sound like a Ford doing "fifty" on three cylinders. WILLIAM CASSIDY "Bill" Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Associate Business Manager, Conneautteeang Cheer Leaderg I-Iallowe'en Committee: Fair Committee. As to the speeches to be given on short notice Bill is right there. He is very popular with the fair sex. and as to his studies, he is always prepared 171. NORA CHAFFEE Wattsburg, Pa. Wattsburg H. Here is our blond lassie from the "city". There is only one thing wrong with Nora, and that is that she works too hard. She is in a fair way to lose her health from overwork. 1767 Q! h-JJ 'Nl 2-. QIMQ1 3:9 .ii fi G J - ff f , ,K 0 in y .,, .xv I l A lvl N E. '?N - X ' S - 4 X l .I 'sz' 2:5-1 , ,Z ..,, ' .f' H ,maj ' 21? S4395 ' Q, 'Q , 'QR' gi. JE: i f .-Aw 1.'q3.. B f, ,f ' 5 ,1-Aviv. vfiwsvff wi"-5 1 .1'l.". 'Fir 'i?'1e.:ni-" GEORGIA CI-IENEY "George" New Richmond, Pa. New Richmond H. S. "Jawge" stays out in town somewhere so we don't see her much except in class and in the gym. She helped defend the Junior honor at hockey and was "right there" all the time. HELEN CONWAY Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Another member of the Junior Class who has not intruded herself into the activities of the School. But like all the others when she becomes acclimated she too will furnish promising material for all that may come to pass. ANNA G. COTTERMAN Cochranton, Pa. Cochranton H. S. She is short, but honest and square, Her laugh can be heard anywhere. ROBERTA COURSEN "Bert" Linesville, Pa. Linesville H. S. "Bert" is the worthy Reeder mailman. Her "No mail for you today" has almost broken many a pining young feminine heart. FLORENCE CRANDALL Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. "Flo" comes to us each day with her illustrious brothers. She is a rather new victim as she began school at the beginning of the last semester. MARY CROTTY Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "But the girl worth while is the one who can smile when every things seems to go wrong." That's Mary isn't it? She is always present, does her work well, and still has time to derive enjoyment from every mo- ment of her life. Now what more can be expected of any mere mortal? MABEL CROWELL 'Mabe" Corry, Pa. Corry H. S. Oh, Mabel is a jolly lass, Who from each care seems freeg And when the school days are over, A "school-marm" she will be. RUTH E. DAHLSTRAND "Boots" Corry, Pa. Corry H. S. Ruth is a very quiet girl and doesn't say very much, but you all know how this saying goes "Still water runs deep". IDA G. DAVIS "Angel" Union City, Pa. Union City H. S. Flirty eyes and dark bobbed hair: small and sweet: full of pep, and the kind of a girl that it does you good to meet. C779 fig AF 2 '- .X H 'T . -.FJ Qi' 1' ,g M" . Q.,-g.:f1ZQ..j af "1 ,, THELMA DE BELL Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Thelma gestures as she talks, Skips and runs, but seldom walks. She always smiles, she's never blue. She can swim and dive well too. When she's around we can't be glum, For Thelma is surely one good chum. FLORENCE DENNIS Conneaut Lake, Pa. Conneaut Lake H. S. This girl is always there, ready for anything that may turn up. Try to "stump" her if you like, but we'll stake our reputations Csuch as they areb that you can't do it. EDITH DERIAR Elk Creek, Pa. Elk Creek H. S. Here is another of those girls who does not live in the dorm. We don't see as much of her as we do of some, but we wish we might. FLORENCE DIETER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch What could be sweeter, Charming or neater, Than Florence Dieter? But ah, forget the metre She's a peach of a girl. MARGARET DODGE "Peggy" Conneautville, Pa. Conneautville H. S. Class Hockey, '23. This maiden is very sweet, and is very studious. Although we have to awaken her for fire drill she's always on hand for classes. MILDRED DOOLITTLE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch There was a lady quite mild, Who peacefully studied and smiled, She said, "Its not fun, But when it is done I feel like a virtuous child." ANNA DORRIS Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Hats off to Anne, the Queen of Good Sports and Live Wires. She is a very studious young lady but if there is any mischief afoot you may be sure that she is very well acquainted with it. LEDA DOUBET Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester 1 and 2. Apparently it took Leda a long time to make up her mind that teaching was the only profession. She entered late but she has more than made up for that. She has explored both business and nursing but it seems that she prefers our company. SARA J. EDEBURN "Sally Jane" West Middlesex, Pa. West Middlesex H. S. This little lady is the person who controls the des- tinies of the Glee Club. She's the accompanist and Mrs. Simpson says that that is the most important any- how. C737 ...4----I-A A-JM -:se X' J '22 G 5 4, 0 5. y,, .X Y - Qt an - . i ,...... 2 ,.,. VALERA ERVIN "Less" Guy's Mills, Pa. Greenbank QW. Va.J H. S. Valera is the friend of all And known by all in Reeder Hall, Her hair is brown her eyes are blue Sweet and neat and studious too. ANNA ESTOCK Although Anna is rather quiet that does not keep her eyes from sparkling or her mouth from smiling. She will be the right kind of a teacher when she graduates. DORIS EVERETT West Springfield, Pa. West Springfield H. S. This tall fair damsel is one of those unassuming misses who will make wonderful instructors. She is interested in rural work and is an authority on "Rural School System". ESTHER FABER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester 1 and 2. Ethel is not as demure as she looks but is always on hand where there is any fun going on. She takes an active part in all the class activities but does not neglect her studies for them for she is the pride and joy of all her teachers. All these late hours that she is keeping are not due to studies however! GRACE FATICA Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Class Treasurer, Semester 1 and 2. The Dancing Fool or rather fairy is personified in this dainty lass. And she has brains in her head as well as in her feet. We will not eulogize for eulogy cannot betit accomplishments like hers. J. CORNELIUS FINNUCAN "Fignoot" Springboro, Pa. Springboro H. S. Class Basketball. "Always has dates soon and late." Cornelius wishes to be the athletic coach of Yale University. This is shown by the great feats on the parallel bars. Here is to you Cornelius. HELEN FOLEY Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Just watch her smile and you will know why every- body likes her so. If I were an M.D. I would prescribe an hour of Helen's company for every patient who complained of melancholia. GLADYS FORD "Fordie" North Girard, Pa. North Girard I-I. S. Girard lost some girl when Gladys came to Edin- boro. It is funny how many folks develop a decided ambition to be teachers. NVel1 those who know say that it is a fine ambition. DOROTHY FORRESTER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Basketballg Athletic Association. You will have to get up in the morning if you want to catch Dorothy asleep-that's when she takes her's. Our favorite game is guessing what she will do next. 4795 'if . N 3 N fafwfa ,,. if . stain, dvi! "i'.-3.-H I an ' 'fr -N i, ! PAULINE FOX "Paul" Union City, Pa. Union City H. S. Junior Class President. "A perfect woman, nobly planned. To Warm. to comfort, and command." The best is put in small packages. It is quality, not quantity, that counts. JESSIE FREE "Cy" North Shenango, Pa. North Shenango H. S. Here is the black-haired member of the firm, "Free 8: Free, Inc." Her accomplishments are many. Among them, she plays the fiddle and is considered an author- ity on moonlight and evening air. NYLA FREE "Biddie" North Shenango, Pa. North Shenango H. S. This is the rest of the above mentioned firm. As her name would seem to indicate, she believes in free- dom at any cost. She has the distinction of being the only member of Nina's art class to turn in an elec- trically lighted bungalow. ' RACHEL GALLAGHER "Rach" Sandy Lake, Pa. Sandy Lake H. S. What would we do without this winesome little bobbed-haired miss? "Rach" is always right there when it comes to a lark of any kind, and all one has to do is to suggest any sort of sport and she is for it strong. MARION GILLETTE Tall and dark and handsome and strong, that's Marion. We are told that over and above all things she takes great delight in practicing the art of Ter- pischore. She's good, too, if you should ask us. BARBARA GLASS Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Some people say laughing is contagious. Those who know Barbara will verify the statement, as 'tis rumored she spreads the germs of hearty laughter even into the class room. Though Barbara does in- dulge in such caprices, she is an earnest worker and has ambitions of her own. MAUD GLEETEN "Madge" Erinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Maud doesn't believe in getting her long black locks bobbed. She really has a charming way about it, especially if she thinks a good looking fellow is about. GEORGE A. GODELL "Just George" Sheffield, Pa. Sheflield H. S. Varsity Basketball. "A determined basketball player." George hopes to settle down in a quiet and peace- ful life, with children and with wife. The class of '24 wishes you good luck. GERTRUDE GOLDSTEIN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, Semester 2. Gertrude is one of the shining lights of the Junior class. She is rapidly becoming acclimated to our Nor- mal School to such an extent that Miss Hershey's classes are bleak and lonesome without her. C803 ...'?lfl..-A M A 5 ' ' Q 1' 93' S. in . jf -15.4, ' .5 v3 a " .U X'-X'1 if 'N 'ff I P . E 1' ' p? X 3 f ' FLORENCE GORDON! Jack Conneautxille Pa Conneautxille H S This girl says that she will teach in the inter mediate grades Well she ought to for she is surely a whlzz 1n Miss Wells department Besides you should heal her Scotch dialect Its great VIRGINIA GRAF Erie, Pa. Erie Branch - Vice-Pres. of Junior Class, Semester lg Basketball Varsityg Athletic Association. China besides being an asset on our basketball team is Normal's most expert swimmer and diver . without mentioning her holding the city champion- ship. She is planning on going to Alaska to teach. Good luck, China. - " ' Is 3 LUELLA GRAHAM Conneaut Lake Pa Conneaut Lake H S She says that she likes Fdinboro because of the beautiful trees on the campus She cant fool us though for we all know that she craxes work and couldn t lne if she saw nothlng but trees BFRNICE GRANEX Erie Pa Erie Branch Although Bernice vas handicapped by an iniurx this fall she did not let it interfere with her school duties It is plamlv seen that she has tenacitv of pur pose one of the greatest attributes of a teacher , CLARFNCF' GRIFFEN Criff Edinboro Pa. Edinboro H. S. -' Class Basketball. The well known teacher. Have you ever seen Griffen on the campus? , the cry by all the maidens of Haven. His great am- bition is to be a preacher. We are quite sure of his , success. GRACE HALL 5' " Edinboro. Pa. Edinboro H. S. Varsity Basketball. Grace goes to school for the sport of it. Basket- ball is her game. She sure can play. AUDREY A. HANLIN Union City, Pa. Union City H. S. s , 1 "A true friend is always a friend." This is Audrey, with brown hair and dark blue eyes, studious, witty, jolly and wise. MARIE HANNA "Rusty" Kinzua, Pa. Kinzua H. S. Red hair gives you nicknames least so Marie has found: but miles of smiles and sunshine also in her abound. CAROLINE HARMON "Harmony" North Girard. Pa. North Girard H. S. "Harmony" is certainly the proper nickname. She ' is about as easy to get on with as anyone we know. A good friend and a mighty good scout. C813 9 x 'f'4HV2i'5s' fgd - , fdlQ ml 4 mt .!.19.. i? DOROTHY HARRISON "Dot" i Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. I Dorothy is slow and easy-going. Very studious 3 with only an outlook for the future. - MILLECENT HATCH "Hatchet" Warren, Pa. Warren H. S. She's as sharp as her nickname would seem to in- dicate. Of course we don't mean that she is danger- ous or anything like that. We mean "bright" in this case. ETHNA HAYES "Tetten" Sheffield. Pa. Sheffield H. S. She's "witty to talk with, pleasant to walk with" one of the best of third 1loor's good old gang. STELLA HAYES Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Here is a quiet, black-haired little miss of Whom we see very little. She disappears right after school and we see no more of her until "7:50" the next morning. LUCILLE HEATH Corry, Pa. Corry H. S. Lucille had lots of hair and lots of dignity, She bobbed her hair but not her dignity. BERTHA HENDRICKSON Erie, Pa. Erie Branch She's just the same to us every day Always so sweet and neat Sometimes serious, other times gay But never forgets her friends to greet. SIDNEY HEINTZ "57 Varieties" President of the Boy's Club: Class Basketball, "A promising young man". Sidney is noted for his variety. With girls he is pleased for their society. Making many business trips to Reeder. As a student he cannot be excelled. LILLIAN HEYDOLPH "Lillie" Meadville, Pa. Meadville H. S. Only eighteen weeks she has been to E. N. S. But smiles and kindness has won for her the best. LUUILE HICKS Lucile seems to have a special aversion to psychol- ogy. " .lust can't see how it will help me teach those kids anyhow!" C825 3 3 ff i Q, , 0 Y Q .0' 'N J A -fcr.,,xZ 5 13 "XV - f 1 ' f' ' 'Q 5 " NB 'M A 'P Il. AP' ' X - DISH' -M.-N m sae : J V -'19 -s X i' 9 ,-, - 0 C 2 ' -. -ix: Q ,av I -- . .. HARRIET HILLYER "Hat" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Class Secretary: Orchestra. She is good at her studies if you consider the fact that she doesn't study. She can play the fiddle too. l "I haVen't got the minutes this time and anyhow Mr. Emery raises Ned if 1 am late to orchestra practice." MILDRED HOGIJE "Shorty" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. ' My, my, my, you ought to see this girl work. She can do more of that little thing than any person in 4. Edinboro, if she tries. . 2 ALBERTA HOLLENBECK ' "Bert" X Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. True to her work. her work. and her friends. "Flow- l f ers spring to blossom where she walks the careful A ways of duty." . I 5 + ANNA HOON . Erie. Pa. Erie Branch A A 3 Conneautteean Staff: Hallowe'en Committee. I Who hasn't seen this golden-haired lassie hurrying ig about the hall exclaiming "So help me Socrates." " Q Anne is a girl who we can proudly call, a friend. :nv P! -' x . , 5 5 ' ,,, HELEN HORNAMAN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch j Helen is her name: Many friendships she can claim. Bright and happy, full of fun, Always thinking of everyone. ' ,, Always smiling, always fair, Is this maiden, with golden hair. Q , HENRIETTA I-IESS 2115: Erie, Pa. Erie Branch ,fl Glee Club, Semester 2. ' It is well to be studious, f And well to be cheerful too: - So Henrietta's happy nature . In all ways, includes these two. W RUTH HUMES 'ARufus" Union City, Pa. Bloonield H. S. - One who's as nice as she is sweet, with blue eyes 5, ,,. brightly shining. The kind that we so seldom meet. That's Ruth. '." PHYLLIS IRONS "Felice" . Linesville, Pa. Linesville H. S. A Phyllis is a quiet studious lassie but those who know her tell us that she is a mighty good chum in spite of that. She has one and only one hobby. V Ps-s-s-tl lt is French! ALICE JACKSON Erie. Pa. Erie Branch , Alice has done much toward the promotion and suc- l cess of Erie Normal. How she is able to indulge in l such promoting activities, serious study. frequent yet - Q enjoyable and most acceptable interruptions by a cer- ' tain masculine interlocutor is beyond ones compre- , hensive capacity. 4837 if F .-df' ""' -41 Q gf ' gli! . x , A is . ,isa Wffitifiika 9 " ' , " f " f . ' ' ' JESSIE JENKINS "Jess" Erie. Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club. Here's the girl who is always in for a good time. She is one of our loyal Junior supporters. "Now, down in New Castle-." If you have a joke, tell it to "Jess", EVELYN JOHNSON "Johnnie" Jamestown, N. Y. "Johnnie" believes that variety is the spice of life, and never fails to put her beliefs into practiceg both as they concern good times and men. SARA JOHNSON "Sadie" Erie. Pa. Central H. S. Student Senate. Her hair is light, her eyes are blue: And she is always very true. fTo Joel? THELMA JOHNSTON "Fam" Mercer, Pa. Mercer H. S. Another of the "third floor family", and necessari- ly bobbed-haired. This lass is the pride of all her teachers. TEXIE JONES "Tex" Franklin, Pa. Franklin H. S. Texie is one of Mr. Snyder's delights as she al- ways succeeds in producing a laugh in his class. Her favorite song is, "In My Home Town". AGNES LARKIN "Aggie" Erie, Pa. Erie Central H. S. Captain Jr. Hockey: Varsity Basketball. There is a girl named "Ag", Whose pep will never lag: But say! She'd make a fuss. If she should lose her "Bus", MARION LARSON Ludlow, Pa. Ludlow H. S. A good companion and as firm a friend. "She is just the quiet kind whose natures never vary". MILDRED LAWSON "Milly" Warren, Pa. Warren H. S. A daughter of the Gods, divinely tall, and most divinely fair. To see her is to love her. DOROTHY LERIGNMAN "Dodo" Erie. Pa. Erie Branch Conneautteean Staff: Cafeteria Board. This little Miss is known as our chatterbox. Never- , the less her chattering is of the preferred type. espe- cially when called upon to make brilliant suggestions. Just ask "Dodo" to quote one of Shakespeare's sug- gestions and you will surely have a severe case of thrills. 6345 ...WM 9 !lQ" ' . 2' ' :e --- 'S' I ',. fi 3 C9 E 5' 3, 0 5. ,, , 'un 13 . Ti , E ,H - ,? N X 'J 'U' A.-- ,YK ...rv HARRIET LOEFFEL Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Athletic Association. What she can't do isn't worth doing. We will all vouch for her talent as a basketball player. Then, too, she drives a Dodge so she is gifted. GRACE LYONS Farrell, Pa. Farrell H. S. This blue eyed maiden has been with us only one semester but the class gained a valuable member upon her arrival. BERNARD MCLAUGHLIN ' Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Midnight electricity means nothing to this earnest young man if his lessons are not prepared. Never has he entered a class without knowing his lesson. Despite this terrible vice however, Barney is a good sport. WILDA MARSHALL "Just Wilda" Geneva, Pa. Meadville H. S. "1 love the hills and 'Dale' ". Wilda comes on the Geneva Dirigible. She is one of our most studious young women, with a very pleas- ing disposition. Always ready for the next class. LEONA MASCHARKA Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Basketball Varsity. Leona is our black-eyed Senorita who spends her time tracking the basketball lsuccessfullyb to its lair, is one of our best known students. However basketball is not her only accomplishment for she is a tennis ex- pert and plays the piano. MARION MATTHEWS Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Do you like humor and lots of fun? If you do, consult this demure maiden whose hair tells the secret of her nature. You will be saying along with the rest that Marion is just the best ever. ETHEL MAYNARD "Snicker" Millport, Pa. Shinglehouse H. S. Good natured and ambitious. Full of mischief and laughter. Y0u'll find in Ethel what ever your after. EMMA MAYS "Frenchy" Guy's Mills, Pa. Guy's Mills H. S. May's sunshine follows April's rain. And brings sweet pleasure out of pain. Behind those beauteous dark brown eyes A wealth of fun and frolic lies. GLADYS METZLlf1R Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "Life is full of laughter But laughter even ends Give me instead forever The friendship of my friends", 4857 91' .. f' lk Mui" T,.rEf-fifful gfifbf QW ' an gl! ya?- l 45' ' "1 X' .s MILDRED MEYER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Just a beaming smile. Truly a common place char- acteristic but when it is backed by genuine sincerity it is wonderful indeed. We may truthfully say that here at least is one who always does her best. ELMA MILLER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch This fair and radiant lady is indeed a Ubonnie lassie". She's a regular sensible sunbeam who makes everyone feel amiable when they see her. She has about a bushel and a half of friends-and is it any wonder? MILDRED MILLER "Milly" Guy's Mills, Pa. Guy's Mills H. S. Mildred is one of our quiet class beauties. Her pleasant disposition is admired by all who know her. She says, "My great pleasure is to keep company, when no one is at home". RUTH MILLER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "Silence is Golden" is Ruth's motto in class-but how different she is outside of school! Good luck to you. Ruth, when you launch your bark in the sea of teaching. VIRGINIA MILLER Erie, Pa. Erie Branch President of Junior Class, Semester 13 County Fair Committee. One of the shining lights of the Junior Class who safely guided the Ship of '24 through the intricacies of the first semester at Erie Normal. Virginia holds the championship for walking to school. WINIFRED MILLER "Winnie" North East, Pa. North East H. S. "In her heart the dew of youth, On her lips the smile of truth. Mildred is a good student, and one of our worth while girls. MARJORIE MILLS "Marge" Pleasantville, Pa. Pleasantville H. S. This tall and stately dark-haired lass, Gazes askance at men who pass. With looks for all but smiles for none, "For ine," she says, "there's only one." FRANK MONDAY "Blue' Tionesta. Pa. Tionesta H. S. "The cause of all our troubles". Frank comes on the Tionesta flyer. We have heard that he is a lover of chickens. No wonder, just look at his picture and you will all agree. KATHRYN MOORE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch President of Junior Class, Semester 2. Here's Kathryn Moore. a petite sweet girl With eyes a'shining and hair a'curl ' We all love her at Normal School Oh, I'm sure if you knew her you'd love her, too. 4865 gage'-:"a QA as 'U HJ ., -ii! gb., -,..-gt u-yi 1-V.. gf' fi Q G Y 5 JC., '. 9' .5 5' ' X WJ, f -' M fs' 5 - - Q 'E "' al A '. I X I . E, X X x l LUCY MORRIS Spartansburg, Pa. Spartansburg H. "Never an idle moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others". That's Lucy all over. LULU MOURTON "Babe" Corry, Pa. Corry H. S. Lu1u's short and sweet and peppy-Oh! my, we can't imagine what Edinboro would be like without this optimistic young Miss. MARGARET MURRAY Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Here is the girl wh moore than any other has made the straight bob popular. The day of disillusionment came when we tried it. Oh! how we looked. She has other attributes than just her good looks. Clever seems to be the correct descriptive adjective. MARGARET MYTINGER "Peggy" Sharon, Pa. Sharon H. S. "Delightfu1ly bright little- Graceful and slight little- Airy and light, little 'Peg'." HOWARD NASON "Nas" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Cheer Leader: Vice-President: Junior Editor fCon- neautteenl 1 Class Basketball. "He was a gentleman on whom we placed an abso- lute trust". Howard is a leader in every line, noted especially for his cheers. He often wanders with damsels in the moonlight by the lake. Nevertheless he is a prominent studious young man. MARGARET NOLAN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch May we introduce you to one of the best dancers of the school? It is with the greatest of pleasure that We present little Margaret, one of those rare creatures who has the ability to take her place in any company with ease. MAMIE CVCONNOR Erie, Pa. lflrie Branch Friends, teachers and classmates. we come to tell you of a bonnie Irish lassie named Mamie, whose jokes, wit, and daring you all know. JOSEPHINE QYFARRELL Erie. PH. Erie Branch Basketball Teamg Athletic Association: Class Secs retary. Behold the great athlete of Erie Branch! "Jo" is a smiling lass who not only excells in athletics but in studies as well. She is an all-round sport. GRACE OLMSTIGAD Erie, Pa. ldrie Branch Advertising Committee: Cafeteria Board: Hallow- e'en Party Committee. We felt rather awed when we tirst listened to Grace. She insisted that she was a corpse notwith- standing the fact that her actions did not support her words. C373 Q f -Ji 'Ag ' ml g l'Z'E'4"5" "-g . 5 i I X If ,E , x " I ' , ' "ff ' ' f STELLA OSBORNE "Pud Greenville Pa. Greenville H. S Stella has a "Bus" which she says is better than any other single cylinder car on the market. We don't know for sure but we are willing to take her word for it WANDA OTTAWAY "Jud Union Citv, Pa. Union City H. S Shes a good scout a very good scout A ripping good scout We say' Always busy and jolly yi ith seldom a pout And readv to help if she may In Xl .6 -av ' -a X 'L ' , ITN.-.5-I 7 . A MINNIE PADDOCK Erie, Pa, Erie Branch 'D Glee Club: Athletic Association, Q A I-Iere's to Min, . bjf With the pretty grin, And the eyes that shine With joy sublime. ii ' c , yn LUCILLE PARKER Erie Pa. Erie Branch Committees: Halloween Party, Advertising "lf she will, she will, and you may depend on't And if she won't she won't and there's the end on't She is apparently quiet and demure since the "peppy" side of her nature reveals itself only to inti mate friends. ,- VIVIAN PAYNE "Vie" Girard Pa. Battles Memorial H. S. . What svs eet delight a simple life aifords. DORIS PETERSON "Dode" Bradford Pa. Bradford H. S. ' Tis the songs ye sing and the smile ye wear That's making the sunshine everywhere . ASENATH PITTAWAY "Ce-nie' North Girard Pa. North Girard H. S. She likes what she looks on and her looks go everywhere. "No man pleases me!" ALMA PLOSS Erie Pa. Erie Branch Carry your little ray of sunshine with you where ever you may go. Because of this quality all of us will ever remember Alma for her cheerful ways as one of the vital forces who made happy our Normal days. ESTHI-IR PORTER Erie. Pa. Erie Branch Esther is ever cheerful, sincere, and responsive to all tasks assigned to her. Erie Normal is proud to have in its ranks daughter who not only possesses a charming personality, but one who retains and pro- . motes worthy ideal and high ambitions. . ' 1887 s Llggl- av' Q 55" ? 9 49 - i Q, fo .3 arm ' X wi 4 f A - Q tu , X 1 A " Il ' . ,ax E, I - x x 1 gui' ---- 1. 3 - ...rw MARY PROUTY Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Everybody knows Mary and we guess that she knows everybody. She is a good student, a better sport, and a mighty good pal. ADELAIDE RECTENVVALD Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Adelaide is one of our Love Birds. She and Clau- dine are inseparable even in classes. Adelaide is one of the few Juniors who has not succumbed to the bobbed hair fad, but "Can you blame her?" ELIZABETH REED Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Glee Club, 2. Just a picture of radiant health and energy. Re- served she may be but she is lovable to the nth power. lt seems that Elizabeth has won a Way into our hearts all unwittingly, for at least the effort was not evident. HELEN REED Pleasantville, Pa. Pleasantville H. "Never fairer, never statelier than now." Lessons are a cinch for Helen and fun comes naturally. MECHTILDE REGEN Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Athletic Association, Glee Clubg Class Basketball. Here is one of those rare beings who always is ready for the next event on the program. Was it your strong sense of self-protection, Mechtilde, that kept you from executing the back dive? EVELYN RENO - Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. "VVhence is thy learning, Hath thy toil consumed the midnight oil?" ARBUTUS ROSENCRANS Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Her eyes, blue as the fairy flax, her cheeks. pink as the dawning of a day, give Arbutus that semblance of Eternal Youth. We always expect a good time when this cheerful person is present. EDNA SALISBURY Albion, Pa. Albion H. S. She reads much and is a great observer, and looks quite through the deeds of men. MARGARET SANDERS Cambridge Springs, Pa. Cambridge Springs H. S. "Her ways are ways of pleasantness, And all her paths are peace." 6393 fb ,I 541 Q! '41 , it 4 - ,z -gnu-HH 4 ' i L J ' Adfxfsh 3 - i' F' '45 i, ,Li N .4 f ff' Sk! 'ix as M, DORIS SANDS Franklin, Pa. Franklin H. S. 1 As certain of the male members of our school have found out, Doris is a mighty attractive girl. And my, my, my! How she can dance! KATHRYN SCHWEDHELM "Kay" Oil City, Pa. Oil City H. S. Smile and the world smiles with you, especially when you do it with dimples. LEAH SENGER Warren, Pa. Warren H. S. Leah has been with us only a year, But you never could find a friend more dear. CLAUDINE SMITH Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Here is the other Love Bird. Claudine is one of our most conscientious workers, delighting her teachers by always being ready to recite. NELLIE SMITH "Nell" L1-uy's Mills. Pa. Guys Mills H. S. Nellie's pet hobbies are reading, and watching for the mail. Just ask Nellie if you got a letter or not and she'1l tell you. HELEN STACK "Sis" Bradford, Pa. St. Bernard's H. S. "Silence is one great art of conversation. She is not a fool. who knows how to held her tongue." BLANVHE STULINSKI Erie. Pa. Erie Branch You have heard the expression "as smart as a steel trap." Well that just describes Blanche. We know. She would have to be to get an A from Miss Hudson. MABLE SLWIMERTUN "Grandma" Wattsburg, Pa. Wattsburg H. S. "A merry heart maketh a Cheerful countenance." To see her is to love her as we have all found out. MAliJOlill+I SULLIVAN lflrie, Pa. lflrie Branch "Full of folly, full of mirth Full of jollity and fun." l Marjorie. our little blonde is the youngest member of our class. Her sunny and mischievous ways have won her many friends. 1901 -fb. .,-,Mx h-5,5 N i 3 52 S. ' ., 5 V 'w 9 .3 . f " Vw' f M 4' ' 'Q " Qxil, A lun mi . 1 X 1 - .Mail Sit --.,...... Li, 5- MARY TIMONS "Mt" Edinboro, Pa. lfldinboro, Pa. Mary comes to school in her own "Henry". When the roads are good. Just a quite good-natured dairy- maid. MABEL L. TITUS Cochranton. Pa. Cochranton H. S. Mabel is our class gem. Very studious indeed. al- ways ready for telephone calls. Oh! She is tall and lean and lank. She's always pulling off some prank on 3rd floor in Reeder Hall. LEDA VIRTUE Meadville, Pa. Guy's Mills H. S. A good name is Virtue and Leda is always ready to greet you. FRANCES WALLACE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Frances is one of our auburn haired misses and is just as bright as her hair. We might say the usual things about her being a good sport and true blue friend. but why not become acquainted with her and learn all of her sterling qualities for yourself? HELEN VVALLACE Erie. Pa. Erie Branch Helen is a shy miss and the Junior Class has not heard much from her yet. But ask some of her friends and they will tell you she is a friend good and true. FLORENCE VVALTERS t'Flossie" Cambridge Springs. Pa. Cambridge Springs H. S. "Good nature is the proper soil upon which virtue grows". HELEN NVARD Erie. Pa. Erie Branch Helen is one of the most popular girls in the Junior Class. She is a good sport, a true friend. and a staunch supporter of all the school activities. IRMA VVEIGEL Erie, Pa. Erie Branch Irma is one of our very best students. VVe do not really believe Irma will remain long in the teaching profession as life offers other opportunities. JESSIE WEISS Erie. Pa. Erie Branch Here is a charming girl who is just beginning to mix enough to be appreciated by her classmates. Une of our pretty girls too. hy the way. 1915 9 x f 'i7fi'5 W IPAQ!-W 1 il.-rEg,gg1.Q1l 'ffl lx Q W' -Q-vvfx it W, T .y S - , v i K - i . W' F .- .I .V A f - - . i I. 4 , 'r . Q ETTA WENTZ ' Erie, Pa. Erie Branch . Be it now or whenever, her name will live forever. Promptness and good study has made her one of our brightest students. BERNICE WEST Oil City, Pa. Oil City H. S. "And still we look, and still our wonder grows, That one small head can carry all she knows". HELEN VVHITE Erie, Pa. Erie Branch The Hrst semester Helen made herself conspicuous by her frequent absences but she's turned over a new leaf and we have her with us 'most every day. LAVINA WILSON Sharon, Pa. Sharon H. S. "Was a little girl had a little curl, Right in the middle of her forehead." Our Lavina. EVELYN VVILL Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "Let her live to be a hundred! We want her on earth".-Holmes. l+1velyn's most far-reaching quality is her height. Still "Most" is not quite right, for where would you put her enthusiasm, her cheerfulness, and poise? HAZEL WOUDCOCK Pleasantville, Pa. Pleasantville H. S. Another of those quiet lassies. She doesn't talk much, but when she does she says something. VELMA ZAHN "Vim" Pambridge Springs, Pa. Cambridge Snrings H. S. "Her voice is soft and sweet and low, An excellent thing in woman." SUFlA ZIEZIULEWICZ Erie, Pa. Erie Branch "Where truth and friendliness have their sway She will alawys Win her way". Although Sophia's name is last in the alphabet she is Hrst in all things worth while. quzp HN.-J mga! s. lllgfa az !.4.Ph-JJ ali!! Qi 9 is - a ni ll? Q J' - A :QQ !?. 1" X3 4! Q ,,., . if ,S ? X -I-nl , B bt k -' 5-'v vs.: e- 2... 1, .ll-,fa f fe .ff ' Q if .4 's1?11'Q'g e',vf if ik 5 -ep A 4 illnnliah Glrarkz hg mise QD Zluninra Edinboro is our normal: NVe would not want another. It compelleth us to attend chapelg It setteth difficult tasks before usg A It maketh us to retire early for our health's sake. Alas, though we desire to stroll the broad streets in the evening, Our dean forbids it. Her frowns and stern words reprove us. When we are late to classes we are terrified in the presense of our teachers. They send us forth for excuses, we dare not disobey them. we dare not disobey them. Surely our parents should remove us from the scenes of our troubles. And keep us at home forever. - IC s - N s - Cassidyi "Mama, do liars go to Heaven?" Mother! "No, my son." Cassidy: "Well won't God be lonesome with just me and George Washington?" -lCS-NS- Miss Hudson, in hygiene class: "Miss Miller, tell me something about the joints." Virginia: "I don't know, I'm not that kind of a girl." - ia s - N s - Here is a bit of philosophy evolved by two of our Junior girls: A kiss is a peculiar propositiong of no use to one, but absolute bliss to two. The small boy gets it for nothing,--the young men ltas to steal it,-and the old man has to buy it. It is the baby's right, the lover's privilege, and the hypocrit's mask. To a young girl-Faith. To a married woman-Hope. To an old maid--Charity. -if:s-Ns- Miss Hershey: "The Japanese language is the only one that has no swear words. It is sublime to think of a language that has no vulgarityf' Mechtilde Regeni "Then how do they start their Fords on a cold winter morning?" -lCS-NS- Doctor: "You cough easier this morning." Dot: "I ought to, I've been practicing all night." 6947 A 4,61 0 ff 'i s -lv -4 'Q W -RDRTER. 1 HORN AL-ART l I f .,-if fgifffl 'fig 4 W glqgg G ,Z p v AN W ff i- - 51.2. S-ig'-S' 434' K , ' I 'I A' if A A ' if ' " A ' ' 1 hirh lgvnr nrmal Ari MRS. RUTH POPE TURNER A Corry, Pa. Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Turner arrived in Edinboro with bags and bundles in time to stay with us a whole year. She has studied art in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Chicago, and a multitude ct other places but she declares that Edinboro has the real artistic atmosphere. Be- s1des all this she has had a lot more experience at teaching than most of us. Her ac- complishments are varied for she is a gifted vocalist as well as an artist. We all rec- ognize her voice in the Glee Club and in the chapel "sings". Inasmuch as she is a south- erner by birth, her only complaint is, "Oh, Lawsie, Ah don' like this weath' nohowf' CERTRUDE L. BENSINGER "Ben" Franklin, Pa. Franklin H. S. Glee Club, School Song Leader, '23, Conneautteean Staff, '21, '22, '23. Ever read a Westclox ad? They surely have nothing on Edinboro. 'i0ur Ben" is on duty too, twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week. Confidenta1ly,eJ'Ben" thinks that the school trustees are unnecessarily economical in not providing uniforms, and helmets, and bugles for its tire chiefs. Could "Ben" be induced to give up art we feel sure that she would rapidly rise to a high position in any large city fire department. No waning popularity for this maideng she made a hit with the students, a- hit with the faculty, and two wonderfully big hits in the dining room. While the censors will not allow us to reproduce her extemporaneous speeches on the last two mentioned occasions, suffice it to say they both were models of brevity and concisness. PAULE HEILE Transfer, Pa. Transfer H. S. Varsity Football, 21, 223 Class Basketball, '21, '22, '23g Potter President, '22, Con- neautteean Staff, '22, '23. Here we have him, the original woman-killer. Perhaps we should put this state- ment in the past tense for Paul is getting old. He says so himself! We well remember the time, in previous years, when the boy "stepped out" with a new girl every evening and had from one to ten feminine acquaintances in every town. "Them days is gone forever," though, because now he may be seen meandering the moonlight paths only once a week and declares that she is the only girl. Of course this Writeup would not be complete if we did not mention the fact that Paul is the only man at Edinboro who sports a baseball" moustache. There is nothing like being distinctive. Also, you ought to see him write signs. If, by any chance, art supervising does not appeal to him we are sure that a career awaits him in that line. NINA GLEETON Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Y. W. C. A. Do you know, folks used to say that they could not imagine Nina teaching school, but we'll say that she has them fooled. We guess that Nina has taught us all in at least one class and we KNOW what kind of a teacher she is. She has a wonderful store of dope" about Edinboro Normal as after graduating from the regular course she came back to absorb more knowledge from Mr. Bates' department. If one wants to know any- thing about school customs or precedent, all he has to do is to ask Nina. Of course we don't mean to insinuate that she has grown away from the spring of life, but she is the old-timer among the present student body. Well, Nina, that is what makes you so dignified 173. ELSIE SCHOTTE Erie, Pa, Central H. S. Elsie came to us only this year so we don't have much knowledge of her past his- tory. She has been to Carnegie Tech and has brought with her to Edinboro a vast store of knowledge, artistic and otherwise. Edinboro was mighty fortunate, and We sulely don't know what we would do around the Art department without "Else". And say, when Elsie doesn't go to Erie to spend her week-ends, Erie fthe major part of the city so far as she is concernedl arrives at Edinboro on the seven-seven. The strange part of the whole thing is that this portion of Erie has even redder hair than that of Elsie herself. We heard a time tale about classical dances in Suite 43, but the censor cut out the whole story. 1969 ' 4 ,ls X 5414, il mv- if R, V- ,HUJLQ 3-'f5l'.?' s3 A H . I .--, , - ..- . . - ' Q if il: '- -33 . f 256, '?'f-f ff -1 M A at if. f 24 ,gt f fi? 1' A tai, 14' 'W' . .. . an I if! V-1 ' f 4 Y . 4 . f- 3. .af 4 2 -Y., g. ,, ,..:-,wr ,.gy,, ,f ..f-l.,,,',,.... .. : 7. . . , , - - ,, . - X. a ,Q . BJZN 'f' , ,W . f2.:ff2v'?i?. '7"'g'fi :Y - f i ,Z f . .. .- , BURTON MORGAN Wattsburg, Pa. Central H. S. JAMES TOWNLEY v Cambridge Springs, Pa. C. S. H. C. Scarab Clubg Class Basketball, '22, '23g Scarab Clubg Class Basketball. , Varsity Baseball, '22, Now readers, will you cast your eyes onto the handsome visage of the remaining half of this class? He, too, thinks that there is nothing like being distinctive and being one of the few. Strange as it may seem this young man's abilities run in the same channels as those of his compatriot. There is one essential difference, however. They both seem to have discovered the way to "get on" with members of the gentler f?J sex but Jim seems to have made a choice of one fair one while Burt's tastes are many and varied. In fact one of the favorite indoor sports of residents on the campus is to speculate on who is "Morgan's Latest" and how it hap- pened. Well he seems to have excellent taste anyway. Did we mention lVlorgan's Ford? We certainly almost overlooked something that time. It is just like all the rest of the Fords, only more so! It can outdo any common Ford at any Ford trick and besides those it knows a lot more that most Lizzies never thought of. Of course we wou1dn't wish to insinuate that all of the above mentioned habits and tricks are bad, but they all total up to give the "buggy" some rather strange characteristics. We couldn't begin to do this Ford justice so we would suggest that you ask Burt for a ride. You'll get it! 98 He is fifty percent of the Second Year Normal Art Class in spite of his size. Jim says that there is nothing like being in a class with such a select few as the class that he casts his lot with. We could name Jimmie's accomplish- ments almost endlessly,-he is good when it comes to handling a pen or crayon, he is rather fast on the basketball floor, he plays good baseball and fair tennis. but we think that his most perfect accomplishment as well as his distinguishing characteristic should be enlarged upon. He is the most persistent haunter of Haven Hall that we ever knew. We will remember that along at the first of last year we began to notice Jim leaning raptly against the post on Haven veranda.. The strange thing is that he is not only persistent but he is true. Not once has he been led to look any other way. The fol- lowing little verse was turned into the Con- neautteean box. We think that it should be printed here. "Jim's Soliloquyf' 0 blackest hour! O cruel day! My soul, my life, is torn away! No hope, no light, no path, no way! Death may well come since parting's nighg No more I'll hear her gentle sigh. Commencement's come-Goodbye-Goodbye! ...S 9 Q .11-1 3 Ei.. fi . g 5 'lx ja, W fd ' - -5 'J ,IN tan 1 BLANCHE BARNES I Waterford, Pa. Scarab Club. I Blanche makes good use of her time for a sketch i book and pencil are her constant companions. Her 1 sketches made in the dining room make us a trifle 1 apprehensive to what pictures of us her notebook may 3 contain. EVELYN C. CONNER Greenville, Pa. Penn H. S. Scarab Club: "Suite 43"3 Student Senate. We think that her picture looks like "The Age of Innocence" but we wouldn't tell her that for a farm. Now none of you readers must tell her. On top of that we will add that she says that she comes original- ly from Boston and that she is one mighty good scout. KATHREEN EMERY "Kate" Mercer, Pa. Mercer H. S. Scarab Clubg "Suite 43"3 Y. W. C. A. Kathreen is the governor and timer of "Suite 43". WVithout her we are quite sure they would run wild. When it comes to mothering and keeping the remain- ing occupants in good health, she is right there. BERNICE HARRISON "Fermez" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Scarab Club. She is the royal entertainer that we have heard about. Surely no Scarab member will forget the "feed" at her' house for some time. And say, did you every go into the Art Room without getting a pleasant word from "Fermie"? VVe never did! RUSSEL MCCOMMONS "Bus" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Scarab Club. "Bus" is the General Manager of the Art Depart- ment. We are told by some that he is also part owner, but we believe we were misinformed. He is a great lover of the light of day. "Uh, 'Bus'-Help! Help!" ROSELLA MANSFIELIJ "Kose" Tidioute, Pa. Tidioute H. S. Scarab Club. We wonder why Rosella is so curious about what happens in Reeder parlor. We suppose that we will never know. She is the most quiet member of the class and we know little about her except her marks, which are good. ICSTH ER NASH "Tess" Erie, Pa. Westminster H. S. Scarab Club: "Suite -l3": Glee Club. "Eee-e-e-el !" She has arrived. She is here. She is with us. Do you realize it? "Tess" is similar to a sailor in that she has a man in every port. She used to know her alphabet only to but now she has ex- tended it to "Kay", t99l r 2 A 'P 24 .4 ,f , z . - I' 1' B7 ' if' -'Y - JJ .f lk X ' ll ' 4 fm... ' ,J 'gavvt'- EDGAR PORTER "Ed" N Woodlawn, Pa. Woodlawn H. S. l Scarab Clubg Varsity Basketballg Student Senateg Conneautteean Art Editor. "Ed" came here to learn to draw but remained to fall for a pair of blue eyes. He at least learned to draw a "sigh" lbrantb. He says that he is coming back next year for football. JOANNA STOUFFER DuBois. Pa. DuBois H. S. Scarab Clubg Y. VV. C. A. Joanna is known on the campus chiefly for her wide, yet specialized acquaintance with the opposite sex. Notwithstanding this still finds time for Art and is a conscientious worker in the Studio. MRS. NINA SUMMERTON Union City, Pa. Wattsburg H. S. Scarab Club. Mrs. Summerton's even temper and pleasant dis- position are a welcome influence in the Art Room, even when temperament runs high in the rest of us. GRANT VVADDLE "Duck" Sheakleyville, Pa. Sheakleyville H. S. Scarab Club, Class Basketball. Grant works f?J early and late-mostly late. He is rather fond of serenading about midnight. His favorite selections are "Blue" and "Those Squeeze Me, Waddle, Blues". ALICE WATWOOD Erie, Pa. Central H. S. Scarab Club. Alice is another of our Usteppers-out". She is rather interested in a Nash, but it is not human and is not our classmate. "Ask Arloe". BERTHA WHEELOCK North Warren, Pa. Warren H. S. Scarab Clubg Y. W. C. A. Bertha is our real artist as she possesses not only real talent but the far-famed artistic temperament. Her ideas are always a source of envy to the rest of us when we see her busy at work while we sit with knitted brows waiting for "inspirations". SUSAN YUHAS "Sue" Freeland, Pa. Freeland H. S. Scarab Club, Y. W. C. A.g Student Senate. A doctor-a bookkeeper-what next? A lawyer? Variety is the spice of life. "Sue" is the other mem- ber of our class who has developed a special fondness for the light of day. 11003 1 Y., 0 31 sh 'Z BA' ar 5' if .X-'xvj A 6 -uf' X lg? 3,3 .E -F, P-eva ' Jrwwm - A '-+ I ,fl-QQ E25 -. ' Z2 I D415-"' "' if 'J . lg , f , r 1414, ii f m Gig! JE...-lg qflfwli Kira. if J X is 7' ea fl lt '32 gsffgffi f,,MQ:.v asm'-Q, ,. W , . V , g 1g5,af.sfi X1 Em 1 j I il . rfz A215 . - "3 E55 - 3 ,- at iff Q3 6 if in 1: HVTQI ,. ,I A,., 2 .Lx 'e I, W 'J' i A an A '1 , 2 Us , si," .Y L-'af l. fl. gn iz 51,5 12, liar 575 ff T, .1 fi if . fi?-fav -M' rr-ss. :fx v, .i N gf ,,.., 1 ,f . . " r ,S 5,,wj,z,,w-f 3:gtV1.1,5,:fm -' .ls,:t.a.s5QWw2i3m.!..'ffx4'Sf -.1 Svpvrial Stuilrnia HERBERT BARNETT "Herb" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. Conneautteean Staffg Class Basketball. Herb has the distinction of being a mem- ber of both the High School and the Nor- mal. He won't admit either one but says he is "both", His accomplishments are many and the girls say he is a regular 'iRomeo". We don't know personally, but We would say that his work in the class play seems to prove the contention. MAX FELLOWS "Kewp" Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro H. S. H. S. Varsity Basketballg Class Basket- ball. Here is another fellow who says her is "registered as both". We believe him. He is famous for his hair and his hat. We ad- mire and envy them! In spite of his blush- ing blond locks "Kewp" is a mighty good fellow and always ready for a good time. Svluhmta mlm Svn iors Mary Whitfield Amanda Grosser Agnes McNamara Mrs. Isma Reynolds Nettie Burgess Lea Bebe Cole iliurniahvh Nu liirturrn Juniors Helen Dillon Ruby Handley Eunice Hogue Helen Mason Lizzie Nelson Wayne Skelton Mary Barducci flu!! Q mia BJ' fi 3 G i ' L' 'Q F'- r , fi' Q.. R sti ll E, gg Xa "-A '5"i5' f l ' -5 H1917 Sc ool - l 1 f fu- -and 4 mr 601155 G ,f ,K Q if 1 2f.,,. ?4r1sw':f1fgfQ ' N! , F -Ml Q r 5' AUX! "1" f f 1 r , I Tlhe 0112155 nf 1923 Ulheir Efrialz sinh Urihulaiinna In September of the year 1919 fifty-four green Freshmen entered Edinboro High School. We, ourselves, think that we were rather verdant, but at the same time we sure- ly believe that we were the best Freshman Class that has ever entered E. H. S., either before or after. In our Freshman year our trials were many but we withstood them nobly and. under the able leadership of Norman Crandall, our iirst president, carried through all our sports and activities in spite of the stinging criticisms of the upper classmen. As Sophomores we surpassed even our own expectations when it came to accom- plishing things. For a second time we were under "Norm's" leadership. VVe could take pages to tell all the things that we did but we must go on. ' Our third year at E. H. S. was even more successful, leading up to the grand climax of our Senior year. This year Lynn Sterrett guided our destinies and steered us to big things. Little by little we became known, even in the Normal as a "peppy crowd". We gave Weiner roasts and sleigh rides but by far the biggest and most successful event was the "County Fair" given on May 5, 1922. Last and best is our Senior year. We are only forty-two now, but what we have lost in numbers we have more than made up in quality. Our able president is again Lynn and under his administration we have done great things. The class again dis- played its ingenuity in putting on its vaudeville on January 18th. lVe are almost ready to put on a play, "The Charmed School", which we are sure will be the best even given at Edinboro. Graduation is almost here and soon we will have left E. H. S. forever. We will be separated but we will. as we have in school, live up to the class motto, "Ever Strive Upward and Onward. Uhr Ollmm illnll Lynn Sterrett .... . . . .............. President Alice Leacock ..... .... S ecretary-Treasurer Norman Crandall .... .. ................. Vice President Edith Barlow Herbert Barnett Hazel Blystone David Cassidy Pauline Clow George Crandall Kenneth Foy Agnes France Raymond Hanson Byron Harris Alice Hayes Ida Hecker Harriet Hillyer lVIarie Hornaman Florence Hough Harold Howard Ralph Jenness Dorothy Lewis Aldora Luce 1104 Helen McLaugl1lin Clarence McMinn June Meabon May Morris William Nelson Charlotte Peterson Florence Pieper Mary Prouty Floyd Pulling Carrie Reno Hazel Roberts Arloe Ross Helen Rubner Ellen Snyder Daniel Tau Charles Tinley lVlary Tobin Edna Wells G " -Q-4 fm.Ss . . fx -, A 6 Xen! nl ' 41 ""9"e' Sh 5 3 -A ty... 0 I -I .5- Q an Q11 IJ a, fi 3 G IBC- , v' . ' , H, . lun Q 12, I , I ,fl A' XXV! ' -H Ef e H 24 ' Xrlf xl -v m GIQ 'il 4 if Y i A 3 1 -1 if.. -i Q25 1.5, 2 IMRJ' at 1 ,wlfeeaw-e f ..6' 4' ' -v1i"'X :J 7 . E. Sv. 0112155 nf 1924 Raymond Lamb .... ......... ............. ............. ...... P r e s ldent Bertha Howe ....... ....... V ice President Lena Culbertson ........... ............ S ecretary Treasurer Dorothy Arnold Ella Baron Eugene Bonner Margaret Blount Loretta Blount Mike Blossey Hazel Campbell Emory Clapper Opal Dundon Gertrude Edgerton Theodore Elwinger Reginald France LaRue Gardner Gertrude Hardman June Harned Wayne Harrison Glenda Hawkins Carl Jervis ll JSJ Hazel Millspaw Paul Millspaw Faye Perry Violet Radel Bertrude Reppert Howard Reppert Edith Rice Velma Rusterholtz Anna Sabol Fern Shrader Eleanor Steele Alice Summerton Luther Swanson lVIildred Sybrant Frances Walker Leo XVeidle Myrna Zimmer Mary Wolozanski ... S l' 9 fi A V 9415- wanna 23'-Ti' 'N 9 3 5 y 5 e ,, ,X S l 50 I-4.4 ff ' -'wi Q I ,A ll II, U - ' X gn "R E fl -s . r - Elnkra Weinstock-"What's the largest diamond known?" Blossey-"The ace!" W It almost makes me laugh, So wonderful the treat, To see our athletes run a mile, And only move two feet. Bill,-t'You raised your hat to that.girl who just passed. You don't know her do you?" Norm,-"No, but my brother dqes and this is his hat." Judy,-"Is the pleasure of the next dance to be mine?" Mary P.,-"Yes, all of it." Miss Kelty, fin Latin Class?-"Write out the sentence for a week iweakl back." Emory,-"Cassidy, can you sing?" Cassidy,-"Once in a while." Emory,-"Well, maybe we can use you in a pantominef' Miss Murray,-"Ralph, why don't you learn something?" Jenny,-"Well, that's exactly what I am trying to do." Miss Patterson,-"Charles, you've made a mistake." Charley T.,-'tYes, maybe, but I seldom do that." Miss Murray,-"What do you fellows think this class isg a place to come in and V hang out?" June frushing into study halll,-"Oh, Alice, I just met lVIr. Bowman in the hall and he dropped his eyes." ' Larcomb fcatching George up townl,-"George, are you skipping from school?" George,-"No, I've run all the way." Marie,-'tMax, do you really believe that kisses are dangerous?" Max,-"Well, maybe not, but I read somewhere that cosmetics were poisonous." Mr. Bowman,-"Dorothy, give Lincoln's Kettysburg Address." Dot,--"I didn't think that he ever lived there." C1091 G 1' 24,l1fi':6 6 . 1 Q . - 'N 1 .- A.. 5 ' l'l- ' , nil ' ff -'ff - ,Ne fx K - 1 ' '1 , . 1, H F . N, F .,, I I 's f, -1- l i v' f run.:-I J-A'i wif, J Xexu i ff . ml Q 0,55 Wi lag ,- lgigh Svrhnnl Enga' Eaakvthall 1923 Right Forward ...... ....... M illspaw, McMinn Left Forward ....... ................... N elson Center ........... ...... ......... L a mb Right Guard ...... ........... N . Crandall Left Guard... . .............. G. Crandall Subs ......... ....... E lwinger, Fellows Coach ........ .............. M erle Hall C 110 J C. S 9 5 -A f f , X, vnu Ae..-" 13 wf gl 021 -:Q . ..-., 9 '31 S5 1 5 n Q, g ,-I' f 50 Ar -Q MA xuwi-0 I' A up 1 fl. ' - " . In H tinw'--N fl'-5 ,H -, High Svrhnnl Girlz' Eazkvthall 1923 Right Forward ..... ..... N Veddige Left Forward .,... ..... Z immer Center ......... ..... S hrader Right Guard .... ........... X Valker Left Guard .... ............ M illspaw Side-Center ................. Clow Subs ....... ..... P eterson, Hillyer Coach .,.. ......... M iss Avery 11117 5 41 1 M gulf-Eff ' 1 3 'Y V' f fl fr if Lg' tiff ff ,X ,S A 'Sig 4 " Glhr Glharm Sriram!" A 4-oluicnr IN Tunisia lxvrs mr Alice Dum' Miller and Robert Milton PRESENTED ON MAY 10, 1923, BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF EDINBORO HIGH SCHOOL TO lilfltl I N XVITH Austin Bevans ..................................... .... H erbert Barnett an automobile salesman with inimxs, which ' David MacKenzie .................................... ..... M ax Fellows a law student, considers impractical, though George Boyd ............................................... . . .. . . .Norman Crandall an expert accountant, is willing to cooperate and so are Jim Simpkins ................,................................ . . .Harold Howard and Tim Simpkins ..................................................... .... D aniel Tau who toil not and have never seriously considered spinning. Homer Johns .......................................................... Charles Tinley is the guardian of Elise Benedotti ...........................,............................... May Morris who is president of the Senior Class at a school presided over by Miss Hays ..............,............................................... Pauline Clow who is loved and feared by all who know her, including the secretary, Miss Curtis .............,.............................................. Agnes France who is always trying to think well on the Senior Class, Sally Boyd ................................................... .... H azel Blystone who is Georges sister, and Muriel Doughty.. Ethel Spelvin .... Alix Mercier... Lillian Stafford.. Madge Kent .... Dotsie Larson. . . Business Manager.. . Stage Manager.. Stage Assistant.. Coach .......... STA FF tll2J . ...June Meabon . . . .Alice Leacock . . .Helen Rubner . . .Harriet Hillyer ..Marie Hornaman Charlotte Peterson . . .Clarence McMinn ..........Sterrett . . . .Ralph Jenness Mr. J. Russell Bowman fi '51 5 5 Q, .lb:., fi v3 3..- .wfq . as T'A.f f 'P 51 5 3 E .1551 - M 4 J' 'YI , I KL 11.1 1 54 l7m':QS' 5.4! all 54,4 5 ax' 4 ,W -Qu-?v'x'.'QJ .Q Q 'x 'I Y ' ,-T' "I, A - 1 f, 'f - 1 nrnllmvnt---1922 Smmmvr Siuhrnia Agnew, Eva Ainsworth, Bessie Alcorn, Nina Aley, Ellen Allen, Edith Allen Ethel Allen Gladys Allen, Grace Allen, John Allen, Leah Anderson, Bernice Anderson, Gretchen Anderson, Myrtle Anderson, Ruth Andrews, Zelpha Armagost, Iona Armagost, Thelma Armour, Vance Armstrong, Bertha Armstrong, Mildred Arnold, Verna Arters, Gertrude Artman, Esther Bacon, Elizabeth Bacon, Myrtle Baccus, Alleney Bailey, Donna Bailey, Lucille Bair, Andrew Baker, Ralph Baker, Sara Balliot, Harriet Barbour, Pearl Barlett, Carrie Barnes, Blanche Barrows, Thelma Bartholomew, Wesley Bateman, Bertha Bauer, Leona Baugher, Edna Baugher, Eva Bausman, Jacob Bausman, Olive Bayle, Mrs. Edith . Bedford, Ida Boggs, Mary fll4J Behrens, Ethel Bell, Kenneth Benedict, Florence Benner, Margery Benner, Ruth Benson, Ellen Bertram, Kenton Bevier, Fern Bidwell, Marion Bishop, Esther Black, Florence Blackman, Mrs. Anna Blair, Alice Blair, Lillian Blakeslee, Mrs. Inez Blanchard, Barbara Blanchard, Evelyn Blood, Roland Borland, Georgia Boughner, Geraldine Boughner, Mildred Bowen, Alice Bowman, Byron ..,-all s.. Qlfbfiuna ::T6 F-.I'.?..-' 'N' A .M .N is fx G C I 1 lx H, -life-i Alb P' 1? --wif' My K A lil ' ' s 7 nrnllment---1922 Smmmvr Siuhrnis Bowman, Clayton Bowman, Wilma Boyce, Mrs. Minnie Bradshaw, Gladys Breed, Catherine Brewer, Gertrude Bristol, Ruth Brown, Mrs. Charlotte Brown, Nettie Brown, O. C. Bruce, Marjorie Burchard, Wilma Burchiield, Ruth Burgett, Georgia Busch, Vera Caldwell, Helen Camp, Malissa Campbell, Lawrence Campbell, Lucille Canon, Hazel I Continued J Capron, Leah Carey, Anna Carman, Mrs. Hazel Carman, Melvin Carrol, Fred Carrol, William Carson, Josephine Carson, Winifred Carter, Lyle Chaffee, Olive Chapin, Helen Chapin, Irene Chapman, Carlene Chisholm, Ella Clark, Gurtha Clark, Nettie Cochran, Mary Cole, Doris Cole, Ruth Colton, Mary C1151 Conklin, Alice Consedine, Clare Cook, Arlene Cook, Margaret Cottrell, Mrs. Luella Coughlin, H. M. Cousins, Elsie Crawford, Nina Crim, Mrs. Mattie Cross, Mrs. Theo. Cummings, Ethel Cutshall, Vada Dahlstrand, Ruth Dallas, Mary Dalrymple, Geneviev Danner, Audley Danner, Mabel Darrow, Arlene Davies, Alice Davids, Paul 6 Wal -w 5-laf 1 f,p.,fpf'!!.Bf w,,.fg-5-145-A r g -1 I, mf A ' 'X -- ,al . LS ,, if 'i- J . 'f fi' 4' ' X 'Q U gilt ,.'l: , . 9 . ' I " " -au, A 4 ill! QL.-9...-in-.. T nrnllment---1522 Smmmrr Sftuhrntz Davison, Anna Dean, Esther Dean, Leon Dell, Phyllis Dice, Carrie Dietz, Mildred Donaldson, Esther Donaldson, Mildred Donnell, Mildred Doyle, Mary Drury, Helen Duffy, Florence DuHy, Josephine Dunlap, Nell Edestrand, Irene Ediburn, Iva English, Louise Enterline, Anna Escober, Louise Evans, Belle Evans, Elizabeth Evans, Emma Evan, Grace Evans, Mary Everett, Doris Eyres, Mabel Fair, Anna Fair, Ethel Fair, Hazel Fairfield, Clarence Falvey, Ellen Faust, Helen Faust, Marion Ferrel, Helen Filleger, Fred Filley, Guertha Finn, Florence First, Irene Firth, Mildred Flagg, Charles Flasher, Mrs. W. S. Flemming, Gertrude Flynn, Doris Follett, Cecil Fonner, Mildred Forsburg, Eva Foster, Alice Foster, Boyd Foster, Margaret Foster Richard Foulk, Gladys Fox, Lucille Free, Beryl Freed, Mrs. Ethel Freeman, Edythe Freemen, James C Continued J Fruend, Katherine Frew, Gladys Frodelius, Mary Frost, Frances Gallagher, Helen Gardner, Marion Garrett, Mrs. Maude Gates, Helen Gavin, Mildred A. Gearhart, Genevieve Geer, Dewey Gifford, Adelaide Gillespie, Mildred Girard, Gail Gleeson, Helen Gleeson, Dorothy Gleeton, Nina Glenn, Dorothy Godell, Vivian Goodrich, Helen Goroncy, Clara Gorndt, Helen Gray, Ruth Greene, Erma Greenfield, Mabel Greenawalt, Bernice Greer, Martha Griiiin, Florence Groscost, Frances Gross, Hazel Gross, Mrs. Marion Grove, Helen Gruber, Mrs. Florence Bruber, Mary Gwin, Ethel Hagerty, Irene Hain, Marcella Halfast, Mildred Hall, Ellen Hancox, Rhenda Hanna, Marie Hansen, Crystel Hanson, Virene Harned, Donna Harrington, Marie Harrison, Ethel Harrison, Margie Harsh, Helen Harsh, Irene Harshaw, Marion Hart, Mary Hartley, Arthur Hartsell, Cecille Hauch, Katherine Hawkins, Ethel Hayes, Adelbert C1163 Hayes, Genevieve Hayes, Stella Haylett, Mrs. Hazel Headrick, George Heasley, Madge Heath, Helen Hegg, Dorothy Heilig, Kathryn Heintz, Cecille Heltzel, Velda Henderson, Robert Henning, Mildred Henton, Dorothy Hewitt, Hollis Higgins, Alice Hillyer, Anna Hillyer, Harriet Himrod, Celia Himrod, Louise Hinds, Leona Hoffman, Josiah Hogue, Eunice Hogue, Mildred Hollabaugh, Isabel Hollenbeck, Alberta Hollenbeck, Donald Hollenbech, Velma Holt, Doris Hopkins, Mary Horst, Lillian Hotchkiss, Edna Hotchkiss, Earl Hovis, Mildred Howard, Dorothy Howard, Hazel Howell, Zelda Howland, Irma Hoyt, Donald Huekelbury, Hazel Hull, Amelia Hunter, Archie Hunter, Augusta Hutchison, Esther Huyck, Bernice Joffords, Grace Johnson, Alice Johnson Emily Johnson Ila Johnson Margery Joiner, Belle Joiner, Marion Jones, Bessie Jones, Maybelle Jones, Texie Jordan, Bernice Joseph, Harold Man 1 fi 3 5 , Y 5 u, .A 0 5. Y J swf, " A-,113 F r sf' ll! A A ll K ' ' ..., 'A ERA --,A . 1 1 Q- , ' ill mini- Q:-S ?-1:2 ,Q 3 nrnllmvnt---1922 Summer Svtuheniz Karns, Jennie Keas, Dorothy Kellison, Lolita Kelley, Edith Kerr, Aliene Kerr, Blanche Kerschner, Marion Kifer, Lola King, Norman Kline, Dorothy Knupp, Inez Kramer, Nellie Krichbaum, Thelma Kroell, Mary Lang, Freda Lansdowne, Anna Lathrop, Fern Latt, Effie Laughery, Ruth Lavely, Katherine Lea, Mrs. Nettie Leacock, Rose Leary, Velma Lemon, Mildred Leonard, Rheba Leonard, Winnifred Lewis, Anna Lewis, Hilda Limber, Helen Lindquist, Josephine Lindquist, Mabel Lindsey, Pearl Lobaugh, Lola - Lupean, Doris Lyntz, Iva. McAvoy, Lillian McBride, Edward McCartney, Edna McClaughry, Mildred McClimmons, Hazel McCracken, Arden McCracken, Minnie McCray, Belva McCray, Nellie McDowell, Mary McDowell, Sara McElheney, Kenneth MacFayden, Flora McGarey, Floy McGarr ,Gladys McGill, Florence McGrath, Mary McKean, Mrs. Evata McKittrick, Phyllis McLallen, Ethel McLallen, Nina K Continued J McMillan, Donald Madison, Ruth Mahon, Lulu Main, Gertrude Maloney, Margaret Manwarren, Bernice Marsh, Lloyd Marsteller, Rose Marting, Eleanor Martin, Mrs. Evelyn Matter, Dorothy Maxon, Georgia Mays, Myrne Meabon, June Mead, Wilber Messner, Paul Middleton, Elizabeth Middleton, Marjorie Miller, Bessie Miller, Clara Miller, K. D. Miller, Maude Miller, Nellie Miller, Ruth Minick, Mildred Mitchell, Ruth Mixer, Ruth Morgan, Burton Mosier, Inez Murphy, Margaret Murray, Alvin Meyers, Raymond Nerhard, Harley Newton, Kirke Nickerson, Uarda Nicols, Clare North, Gladys Oakes, Hazel O'Brien, Marion Obert Phillip Ognibene, Mary Olson, Thora Osborne, Erma Osborne, Mrs. Rose Owens, Mabel Parkin, Charlie Parker, Leona Parkin, Marie Parsons, Georgia Pattan, Nelle Patterson, Mildred Patterson, Milton Payne, Nellie Peebles, Thelma Pelfer, Theresa Perrine, Erma C1177 Peterson, Katherine Peterson, Leon Peterson, Lithner Pfahl, Alma Phillips, Ellena Phillips, Mrs. Gertrude Piel, Margaret Pierson, Ruth Pittway, Ethel Platz, Hazel Platz, Helen Polley, Prescott Porter, Mrs. Ruth Post, Ivah Pratt, Anna Prenatt, Elizabeth Price, Coral Racop, Velma Randall, Florence Rankin, Mrs. Calla Ray, Ida Raymond, Ronald Redding, Naomi Redmond, Dorothy Reese, Edna Reither, Ruth Rendall, Mabel Renner, Andrew Reynolds, Ernest Reynolds, Mrs. Isma Reynolds, Minnie Reynolds, Ora Rhodes, Harry Rice, Julius Richey, Katherine Rickard, Marjorie Rickenbrode, Anna Ringer, Edna Rodgers, Frances Rodgers, Hazel Ross, Gladys Rough, Glenn Rough, Mabel Rouse, Rachel Ruhling, Ethel Runninger, Mrs. Elizabeth Russell, lvlildred Ryan, Irene Ryan, Julia Salsbury, Nina Sampson, Marcella Sanden, Muriel Sands, Doris Sawdy, Fern Schade, Charles Schaible, Mollie 4,im' 5.54 l f 1 5,51 .ai ar 0 2.a:,"f'.srf-f-aa..-F, 5' 1' 52 5 ,- 1, , R rp- 75 rf 151 '-7 A X fda ,, -ff, A ,Q 9 - ,..- ' 4 ,- i nrnllmvnt---1522 Summer Svtuhvntz Schlosser, Charles Scholton, Olive Schwab, June Schwedhelm, Kathryn Scott, Marguerite Selander, Ellen Shaffer, Mabel Shallenberger, George Shartle, Mildred Shay, Elizabeth Sheldon, Eleanor Sheldon, Jessamine Shelgren, Virginia Shellits, Gladys Shepard, Ruth Shilling, Doris Shine, Lillian Shufelt, Milton Simons, Dorothy Skelley, Lelah Slingluff, Florence 6 Continued J St. John, Eldredge Stowell, Addie Straub, Dorothy Struchen, Bertha Stull, Irene Styer, Anna Summerton, Evangeline Summerton, E. H. Sutter, Rose Sutton, Nellie Sweeney, Ellen Swift, Wyona Taber, Doris Tait, Mary Taylor, Alfred Taylor, Ralph Teed, Warren Thacker, Lucille Theuret, Arthur Thomas, Dorothy Thomas, Norman Small, Marie Smith, Elvirda Smith, Grace Smith, Iris Smith, Laban Thompson Thompson, Thompson, Thompson Thompson Dorothy Frances Mrs. John Thelma Vinnette Smith, Reid Smith, Ruby Snarburg, Gertrude Snyder, Ruth Snyder, Sylvester Southworth, Irene Sparks, Charles Spence, Marie Spencer, Irene Squire, Mary Stallsmith, Mary Satnley, Florence Stanley, Waneta Stellee, Kathryn Stevens, Leta Stevenson, Lucus Tubbs, Turner Turner Turner Viola Frank Turner, , Geraldine , Mary , Ruth Turner, Tuttle, Tuttle, Wilbert Irene Mary Unger, Hazel Urey, Arthur Vaughn, Helen Venen, Mariba Vogan, Roland Wade, Lucille Wagoner, Anna VVallen, Eleanor Walter, Dorothy Walters, Thelma Walton, Martha Walts, Margaret Ward, Evelyn Warner, Grace Watson, Mrs. Teresa Webb, Mildred Webb, Winifred Weed, Clare , Weinman, Amelia Weller, Edward Wellman, Durward West, Helen Wetsell, Mrs. Eva Wetzel, Gladys Wheeler, Mildred Wheeling, Cleora Whipple, Mable White, Basil Wiesen, Martha Wilder, Hazel Wilkinson, Burton Williams, Frank Williams, Maybelle Williams, Marjorie Williams, Marcella Winans, Marie Winkler, Marjorie Winton, March Wolff, Mildred Wolff, Wanita Woodard, Lois Woodring, Ruth Worden, Frances Wright, Mildred Wykoff, Gladys Wykoff, Hazel Wykoff, Irma Young, Adda Young, Marie One dizzy young thing turned the following limerick in for one of Mr. Crawfords English classes: "Young man", said the girl, "don't you do it! If you kiss me you'll most certainly rue it." He stopped right away, She thinks him a jay, . And he is,--that is all there is to it. fllfil .AZ Q !.'a"nq 2376 '---...... ik N 3 3 93' Y 5. ' , , ji H I -Icp., 5 ' .4 nxva-54, pi ,, ,, a i X , - L-A E ,1 A N I. L "J , I ' A 'T -- i ' . . .. Sumnwr Svrhnnl lgiatnrg The Summer School session of 1922 is one that will always be remembered by over six hundred students who assembled for work and play on June nineteenth. Although each was busy with his individual work, there was always plenty of good outdoor sport and recreation to be enjoyed. Of course there were the usual feeds and picnics. And the lake,-just to be in a row-boat or canoe at sunset made one feel as though there were nothing more to be desired. The first social event was a Weiner roast given by the faculty. This offered a splen- did opportunity for all to become acquainted. The Kid Party given by the Young Women's Christian Association was enjoyed by students and faculty alike. The entertainment given by Haven Hall, the Circus by Reeder Hall assisted by faculty and the men, the Hi-Class Vaudeville Show by the off campus students, will never be forgotten. The last entertainment of the series consisted of stunts put on by the various counties in friendly rivalry, each trying to outdo the other. U All this pleasure was supplemented by the religious activities and the Vesper Services. The success of the term was due largely to the splendid influence of the faculty under whose guidance the ideals of the students were lifted to a higher plane. tlliij 1' G - ff -1 . Fifi ,123 5 2' K, 5 ft 7-5 It if U Q! I 5 .W- 7 4 tv J I X4 5 i vs ,J -.... IJ 941-1t"nll -Sw ..... 'N ' F P --N E- fi -X , - , ' I Summer Svrhnnl mit amh ltumnr Miss Harmon fin Oral Expression Classl I--"lVIr. Follet, can't you speak louder? I can hardly hear you. Be more enthusiastic. Open your mouth and throw yourself into it." -Es-Ns- George:-"I could go on dancing with you like this forever." 'Renet-"Oh, no you cou1dn't. You'd be bound to improve in time." -Es-Ns- This is the Summer School version: Hey diddle diddle, the feline and the violin, The bovine vaulted the lunar sattelite. The diminutive canine Waxed exuberant to witness such frivolity, And the china absconded with the cutlery. -ES-NS- There was a young lady named Maude, Who was a society fraud, In the ball room I'm told She was distant and cold, But in the porch swing-omagawd! -Es-Ns-- Snyd fin Music Classl-"Mr, Emery, would you punish a person for something they did not do?" Emery-"Certainly not." Snyd-"Well, I did not do my lesson today. ny -ES-NS'-' There is a young lady named Helen, Who doesn't know much about spellin'. She's tolerably fat, But under her hat There is more going on than she's tellin'. -ES-NS-- Larcomb fin barber shopl--"I wonder how they get red light in those lanterns out in the street. Do they burn red oil in them?" Jack Whiteman-"No, those lanterns have red flannel wicks in them." -ICS-NS-E Anthropomorphological Miss Harmon Decided to commute in a Marmong When she found out the price She threw up the dice And resolved that she'd ride with the car-men. C1215 5'4,l'1i'fi'5.,l J-fix 9 - ,..- " 4 ,,. A 1- ' ' M..- A 01211 I ale Pussy McBride was an Irish cat, And she lived as all cats should, Not so good as to be very good, But as good as a good cat should. Each morning found her up at ten, And out for her morning meal, Says she to herself, "There is nothing so good As to walk around a great deal." As she met her friends, the neighbor's cats, When out for her morning walkg They stopped to gossip, to exchange the news That was causing the town to talk. It seems that a cat from a far off town, Had stopped there in passing throughg And told the villagers one and all, What he was about to do. He had a plan, a clever plan, Whereby the town cats might By investing with him a trifling sum, Become very rich over night. Their hoarded savings they brought from their boots And placed in the strange cat's grip. A cruel smile spread over his face As he packed to go on his trip. Since Pussy McBride was an Irish Cat, And lived as a good cat should, This bit of news, by the gossips so told, Was, to her, a tid-bit quite good Then a satisfied grin spread over her chin, And a pucker appeared in her dimpleg That a bunch of fool cats. fond of crackers and rats. Had bit on a plan,-Oh, so simple! CL.xRIBEI.I.E, '23. - ic s - N s - lie.-anlurh I'll never take a dainty miss Again into my circling arms, I'll never gaze into her eyes, Or fall a victim to her charms, I'll never hold her 'gainst my heart And swear I love her true: I'll never whisper in her ear, "There's no one, dear, like you." I'll never kiss her ruby lips, Nor beg one loving glance, I'll never plan a home for' two- No, never!-'Till I get a chance. 41225 S Q? 'ii' KX , X x L! -N, -. 5 EEQEKQSE iii if fr 4im'5 1 fx-9993-M-fe-:-l 'wee-2.4! -A . I 'H 5 I , K fx 'ii X ., 'ff 'R' ' aff flu' . 3 f "9 4' A 1' ' 'X 1 1 K 1' . '1 Yi A I F" ' ' , f 1 9 - , , . - ' -1 kdlg it 4 0 fig 1.19- i-...-Q 'Qnga' Eaakvthall, 1923 LINEUP Right Forward ..... ........... .......... G o dell Left Forward ...... ...... J . Barnett Center ........... ............ T arbell Right Guard ...... .............. S nyder Left Guard ..... ................. P orter Substitutes .... ..... L amb, N. Crandall Coach ..... ............ H arrison Manager . . . .. E ............ Rhodes C1243 fi '22 G J 5 Q, .. 0 S. d. 4 g HC-e F 1? , A xg M114 M! A' ,, ? X . 1 X If Ula!"-'J-K Q5'-as -i --S"'J -,. N' ' ai I ,I ati -.Q -..-:..-1 ,,,. Kings' Ihazkvihall, 1923'- To be or not to be,-that is the philosophy of basketball that asserts itself in the lives of every High School, Normal, or College student. Either he must be good enough to make the varsity, or-well, he doesn't amount to much as far as basketball is con cerned. Nothing should be detracted from the chance of those who have the ability to make the team, and the others must lay all jealously aside and stand back. They should do more than that. They should back the team to the limit. So it is at Edinboro. Ve point with pride to our basketball team of 1923. They did not win all of the games but they "played the game", not as sports, but as sportsmen. They should be credited not only for the fine brand of basketball that they exhibited but for the spirit in which they worked. Starting with but two letter men at the beginning of the season presents to almost anyone but our own Mr. Harrison, a problem unsurmountableg but he, with his usual methodical deliberation went to work and turned out a team that was one of the best that has represented the school in several years. We will not mention the individual stars for if there be stars that honor should be given to every man on the team for truly they were a wonderful team. Tarbell with the hook which "many have seen but few have intercepted" filled the center position fully and completely. Barnett in the position of left forward showed up in wonderful style and his con tinual point getting helped in every game. Goodell from the city of Sheffield showed knowledge of the game which was baffling to any guard who "tried" to play him. His "shooting from the hip" would do credit to a professional. Lamb our representative from the High School bears watching from any person on the opposing team. He is fast, slippery, and clever. Porter from the city of Woodlawn can play basketball as well as he can draw. That says plenty but he is some boy on the floor as any one will testify. Snyder and his "bear hug" were their too and we need not extoll on his merits they speak for themselves, Crandall as guard surely looks good, he works hard and is fast and generally when the whistle blows Norm has a few points to his credit. And so now we must leave the boys who have given so much to Edinboro and the lovers of basketball and if all problems of life are met in the spirit in which they laboi ed in the games nothing will be impossible for them. Edinboro N Alumni ...... Edinboro - Central Edinboro - Academy Hi... Edinboro - Thiel Fresh .... Edinboro H East Hi ...... Edinboro - Central Hi .... Edinboro - Academy Hi... Edinboro - Thiel Fresh .... 1253 9 if ,I A "lf ff -if - 575- it fl ll1'.l!la fS"'f' 5515, W. fd-'..,1l', - "3 ' " 'dxf i rq f mv g IEE Girlz' Zlauakvthall, 1923 LINEUP Grace Hall fCapt.l, right forward: Florence Smith flVlgr.J, left forwardg Wanda Ottoway, center: Sara Johnson, side Centerg Agnes Larkin, left guardg Lillian Burge- son, right guard: Ruth Allen, Ruth Alfsen, Rebecca Jenness, Dorothy Gleeson, subs: Miss Avery, c-oavh. 11263 fi '31 G 5 Q, M. 9' .3 js "' 'wvffi ,V M., Q., -Q -, QM!! l. A -..----0. ...,f X . f !IQh q"'a"5 922-5 'N A ' Girlz' iiankvthall, 1923 Were you ever interested in basketball? Well, you will be if you are a student at Edinboro for it is a very popular game with the Normal School girls. The game affords much pleasure to both thosewho are playing and the onlookers, as well as developing a cooperative spirit between the girls, team work, and physical ability. Practice began with enthusiasm and a large crowd out. Last year all but two of the members of the team graduated and thus we had to draw from the Junior Class. As luck had it, we had a large bunch to choose from. Most of the girls had played on their High School team. Before the varsity was chosen, there was a Junior-Senior game ithe only one of the seasonb played. The game was won by the Juniors. The season opened with the Erie Branch game at Edinboro. This was a complete victory for the varsity and the prospects then looked favorable. However, when the girls went to Clarion for the next game, the game was lost which was a sore disap- pointment to one and all of us. The third game was looked forward to as California Normal girls who had beaten the team last year were coming to Edinboro. This was a very hard but fast game and was another victory for Edinboro. Much to our disap- pointment the game at Greenville was lost by a very high margin. Mistakes were seen and work was put on the weak spots and when we met Greenville at Edinboro we held them to a much closer score. When Sharon High came to Edinboro after having beaten us so badly last year, we turned the tables and beat them by a large score. The Alumni and Warren games each added another victory to Edinboro's credit. This year the season was not broken up by "mumps" as it was last year. This probably accounts for the good work of the season. The team won five out of the nine games played. January 6 Edinboro. .... .... E dinboro Erie Branch January 13 Clarion. . . Edinboro Clarion . . .. January 20 Edinboro. .... .... E dinboro California . February 3 Greenville.. . . .... Edinboro Greenville . February 9 Edinboro. .... .... E dinboro Sharon . , . . February 17 Edinboro. .... .... E dinboro Alumni . . .. February 23 Erie ......... .... E dinboro Erie Branch March 2 Edinboro. .... .... E dinboro Warren . . . . March 9 Edinboro. .... .... E dinboro Greenville . fl27J G X A '14 nwfvfigig Q f LA1.z.-5. S 5,-:ffl-A X41 if ! 0 gflflfg . Q N 3 x i ,N x f.. Q f' 1 "'- ' ' , ,:. V 1 it K. ' VI lil. 4 , Q L A s ' x . , I - A , ,:v 7 1 1 I - ' C N P l -1 I ' ,K '- Girlz' Eemhrthall. iiriv Eranrli LINE FP Leona Mascharka, Rachel Adams, forwards: Ellen Carney fCapt.J, Josephine O'Far- rell, centersg Virginia Graf, Dorothy Forrester, Margaret Deiinel, guards: Mildred Stuart, Ellen Mooney, Evelyn McLaughlin, Lucille Schifferle, substitutesg Daphne Blake, man- ager: Miss Campbell, coach. 41281 9 3 ,iz -s ' ,,, . 5 'iv + tiff' sw . A 'Q'-'R E ,tx N ' , Q is iv-bn Q 4--H -2- -- I You '--..-..: .R --N Cbirla' Eaakrthall, T rin Igrzmrh "The Erie Branch girls basketball team has definitely closed its 1922-23 season," declared Manager Daphne Blake, although Edinboro and Central High are trying to arrange return games. The student body is however desirous of the Red and White meeting these two contestants and adding two more victories to our list. However as the season is definitely closed we can offer no more fitting tribute to the girls than to give a review of their season which was started quite late. The Erieites opened their season by being defeated at Edinboro by an overwhelming score. However the defeat was taken in a true sportsman-like spirit. The loss was taken as a matter of fact, and a resolve to reverse th score was made and grew until the second meeting. The second game of the season, played on our court, was better from our point of view as the Varsity defeated Central Varsity 25-20. Our girls took the lead at the start and maintained it throughout the game. The third game was played with Edinboro on the Academy floor. Much to the surprise of the visitors they were trimmed 17-15. The fourth game was with Central again and this time we were beaten to the tune of 17-25. Altogether we have had a good season even though we did not win a majority of the games. The team was steadily improving all season and had they had an opportunity to practice as consistently as some they would have been world beaters. If, during the next year, the team gets the same efiicient coaching that it had this year a real winning combination should be turned out. Adams, Graf, Mascharka, O'Farrel and Forrester of this year's team will return to school. 11293 Bacon ....,............. 1 f m 54M X41 5 if 4 M' f":E Q 1' 1 is 215 at - L ' ,5 . 7 ,iff ' N ' Q 1 . 2 - - - ' - - .1 S ' .. Q6irl5' Qlla155 iqnrkvg NENIOIFS Hague .......... .... L eft Wing .... . . Anderson Gleeson ....... .... L eft Inside .... . . . Ottaway Howland ........ ..... C enter ..... .... A lfson Smith 1CaptJ .... . . .Right Inside .... .... C heney Jeness ........ . . .Right Wing .... . .. Edeburn Raymond .... .... L eft Halfback .... ....... F ree J. Thompson .... ..... R ight Halfback ...... .......... H armon Lyon ....... .... C enter Halfback ..... . . .Larkin, 1Capt.J Shively . . .... Left Fullback .... ........... N ash Harned ............... .... R ight Fullback .... ............... O sborne Goal Jackson, Brown, Mulkin. .. Subs Titus,M. Twentier, Gillette, Yuhas . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 1 . 1 Games and Srores Seniors .......... 2 Juniors .... Seniors ..... .... 5 Juniors .... Seniors .... . 3 Juniors .... Games and Scores Seniors .... .... 1 Juniors .... Seniors .... . 2 Juniors ..... Seniors .... . 4 Juniors ......... Normal .... . 2 High School .... .. 2 IGng5' 0112155 I5a5kPilmll Games and Scores Seniors .... .... 2 3 Juniors. . .. Seniors .,.. .. 19 Specials.. . . Seniors .... .. 6 Juniors. . .. Seniors .... .. 15 Specials... . Specials. ......... 27 Juniors .... . Ili I1 P1112 NC71f0I'S J zz 71 iors R. F ..... .... R hodes ..... .... N ason. . . L. F... .... Ryan .... ,.... ,... Finnucan C ...... .... M cVickers .... .... S kelton. . R. G. .. .... Hillyer ..... .. -Griffin. .. L. G.. .. .... Miller ..... .... H eintz. .. Subs ..... .... X 'Valton .... .... A nderson 11301 14 11 8 21 12 Specials ... .Fellows .....Townley . . . . H. Barnett .... Waddle . . . .Heile . . . . McCommons 5 5 -A A inf - 21 '01 1-.s'-"3- ,,.,.-N.. it 3, 92 J ' ,,, JD ..4e-veih sgs r a NM N 3 tie Iiranrh Aihlviir Azznriatinn OFFICERS President . . . ..... ....... . . .Rachel Adams Vice P1 esident .... ...... E llen Cainev Secretary ... ....... Esther Zeller Treasuier .............. .......... J osephine 0 Farrell Daphne Blake Edythe Brown Miss Campbell Margaret Deimel Dorothy Forrester Virginia Graf Harriet Loeffel Evelyn McLaughlin C1313 Leona Marscharka Minnie Paddock Mecthilde Regan Ethel Buhling Lucille Schiefferle Zora Schwartz Mildred Stuart Frances Wallace ' JIQ glad? Q' ,Z G Q J. Af g - fe i, . Lit? Hfgf'-51 ,351 ' A A' -,-vi, "i In " Eewvhall---Smmmrr Svrhnnl nf 1922 ft? 5 S is ,S if 5. Spring lirnzprrtz We have printed above the picture of the Summer Term Ball Team. They were a good team and won many games. We feel sure, however, that it is not the last good baseball team that Edinboro will have. VVe'll let you in on a little secret,-Sh-h-h-h, we are going to have SOME baseball team this spring. By the time this book is in your hands the fellows will have proved what kind of an outfit they have. There is lots of material and there are many good games booked, so the Conneautteean predicts a very successful season. The girls have been practicing indoors for weeks, getting ready for their class games. In a very contidentia! interview Miss Avery stated that the class teams were unusually evenly matched and that she expected "some scrap" for the championship. We could enlarge indefinitely on the great chances for good baseball, but we must mention one or two other good things. The tennis courts have been scraped and new tapes are being laid. There are rumors around school that there is to be a free-for-all tournament to decide definitely and for all time the arguments as to the merits of the prospective players. Lastly, let's meditate on the lake and its possibilities. Already the canoes and I'0W- boats are out in force. The water and air are getting warm and many are beginning to feel the call of the beach. There are swimmers in school who are reputed to be good and we shall soon see. Certainly, for athletics, spining is one of the most fruitful seasons ot the year. C1323 -. L lG9.1f' M2 0 4 fi rr gf 5, if I' X dj, ,,:,, '. 3 W.. if -4. 0 an 5, r SW! A ll 9 3'f I,...x Q'2'-2' 'T-: "Q -- - 4 1 .zk X .?,---, -wvaxnnno ,N A . ' lp!! , ' lllftnn -A ,M 1 ' - n fmons ff " 'f-'Ht-f"t "'..: .dfhfeggg ll.'Wf"fZEnyZQ",,4n i x U ,' ' 'T ,- .yr A ff - if 1 .1-4 ,, 3 f - ' X x - . . , P 1 'J 'fl A "" ' A , N bk- I f M ' , Uhr Glnnnvauirmn Svtaff 1923 Fflflllf-ll Adrisors EClif01'-S1ll117lZf'l' Svhool Svctzon C. C. CicAwFmm Es'1'111-:R DONALDSON Miss LILLI-:Y YoI'NG Eflitor-itz-C71 ivj Tuos. E. Hu.1.Yl1:1: Hilsinrnvs fUflli!'lfll'l' H.XIiIiX' K. R1I1lIlI'IS Erit .f1s.wor'i11tf- Editor A1.1+:1clc'1' H. H1l.'mN Erif' A.s.voci11tf' Bzisiiirxs Managvr Editors-Atlilctif' Section FmR1:Nc1-: SINIITH Es'rH1-:R Zr:1.I.r:R P.u'1.1-: F. Hl'IlI,IE Art Editors G 1c1:'1'1cl' me BEN SI Num: G1,.xnYs K,XI.'l'I'INII.XI'SER Elnmle POK'l'I'II! W'lI,Ll,xM Cixsslln' Staff Sf,l,,.,,tm.if.S M.xRm:,u:1':'1' Coma Junior -lssoviritcf Editors SIMQY CARPIY0 Howxlm NNNUN DuIw'1'1iY Ll1:l:1iN MAN Junior -"ls.vor'if1tC B'llSf7II'SS ,7llfl71f1fj!'l'S Jt?SICl'H B.XRNlC'1"l' Stajj' Photographer I. CARI. IVICVICKERS C.x'1'ii1-:RINIQ B.xNN1s'r1Q1z . Assof-1atc'.9 High Nvhool As.wr'ifltC Efiitm' HI42IiISI42li'l' BNIQNI-:'l"1' fffiiffil'-Y-N1'IIiUl' Nfwtion Hl'lI.l4IN T1cW1NK1.1c F1,mc1cNv1-3 XVl'ISi'IlI.lCR 1 1341 V1uL14:'1' PAGE Hi-:1,14:N Dt5I"P'OR'1' Cuml. SIPLE ANNA HooN Rl"1'11 DVNN M.ucY BVIRNS Al.1c'lc D,xx'11cs S!-55115, T' , ai 9, pi' S. ' I, .X ,jf X me-MQ mi -V "ip 3 .',AAi,i7LgQ-'gi--Fg 5,149 ', h i. l Qks m .Q "" "' ,,. EDINBORO ERIE BRANCH 91' ' w if vi' 'i final' LF ' 5 .-K ' s . f U A 'fi f if , . f- , , L K' 4 " f wc:-1:2 5,-5,4 if XJR: i fif v ms g 0,55 iggi Uhr Srarah Qllnh OFFICERS President ............. Paule F. Heile Secretary-Treasurer..Susan D. Yuhas Faculty Advisor. .Waldo F. Bates, Jr. Uhr Euga' Glluh OFFICERS President .............. Sidney Heintz Vice President .... Cornelius Finnucan Secretary ............ Anton Anderson Treasurer ...... Clarence Griffin 11367 ,ms 5' 3 ll mlb: 1 -I ntl! --vw -e...-1 N 9 'Ei 5 5 .. 0 ' .-' fx i' "a HJ-D 0 . . E, T 1 - A y J I hr Gbrrhratra, 1923 Ist Violins Harriet Hillyer Jesse Free Faye Perry Eleanor Steele 2nd Violins Anita Clow Mildred Skelton Charles Gilbert Leonard Stegailov Uvllo Thelma Harned Plarinvf Leo Weidle Sairoplionn Thomas Hillyer C'0rn4'tS Lynn Sterrett Arloe Ross Reginald Payne Trom hon r' Carl lVIc-Vickers Dru nl s Gertrude Bensingei 1'ifzno May Morris f'UI1flllf'fIII' S. Gordon Emory fl3TD '3'4,11VH'5, -G-,J 6 J' fm-Q'g!.1f-g g U-any-.g.4A-,L-..A r A . " "' M l r Q 5 to -3 ,un ' I f' ' I lv ' ff :I .ff -'ef l, 1 - w . I X kd' -,1i,' "Q" ',' 3 X I I ' Q lr ,- 1 .4 at - wi--'X---5 Gertrude Bensinger Esther Nash Violet Paige Adelaide Courtney Frances Fullerton Rebecca Miller Esther Donaldson Nina Salisbury Uhr Girlz' C5122 Glluh iihinhnrn Edna Salisbury Ruth Sullivan Gertrude Shively Mrs. Ruth Turner Stella Osborne Iva Bac-on I-lelen Eiler Ethel Eiler Sara J. Edeburn. .. Mrs. A. Simpson. .. 11385 Carrie Reno Leah Bruner Susan Yuhas Caroline Harmon Marion Gillette Martha Sackett Uarda Nickerson Pianist Conductor Rib MJ J - a- t una :S w -..-:..- "" yi 3 93' P F' , . jr li ur- G: .R , y X , Margaret Crossley Mildred Stuart Ellen Mooney Audine Shreve Lucille Schiefferle Evelyn McLaughlin Ethel Ruhling Clara Freindal Mrs. Frances Volk Esther Zeller Elie Cbirla' C6122 Glluh Erie Ifiranirh Edythe Brown Alice Davies Wynne Gillespie Lola Rasmussen Margaret Peterson Grace Hosbach Mildred Hetz Lydia Page Eleanor Sheldon Frances Wallace Lucille Parker Gertrude Goldstein Dorothy Forrester Ethel Faber Hennriette Hess Elizabeth Hess .Iessie Jenkins Helen Dillon Helen Doffort Helen Cuthbert Mrs. A. Simpson... .... Conductor 1139! ' l lbfglf 1 il,-fEf5,f,4Al G , 'N 3 ... 4, x - K 1.5 1" 4 ' wwf, "1 ' ' 9 X - , ' 4 e C ' '- 'din nl as 60,1 -!..1.9-.Q lgnung mHUIPH,H Glhriztian Aw-nriatinn Glahiuvt Gertrude Shively ,.... ........... Evelyn Cooley ..... Evelyn Reno ..... Ruth Sullivan ...... Esther Donaldson. .. Helen TeWinkle ..... Marjorie Burgett .... Blanche McKay .... Mary Anderson .... ... ... .. . Iva Bac-on .........,...............................,.. Miss Kunkle 41-hairmanl, Miss Chapman, Miss Case .... 41407 ...........Pl'6S1d6I1t ....................VicePresident Undergraduate Representative .......................Secretary ..............Treasurer . . . . .Meetings Chairman ....Social Chairman ......Social Service ..........Bib1e Study . . . . .Publicity Chairman . . . . .Faculty Advisors I Y X'--'.fj , .fagtari --Q ? imma-B- 'I ' 3 'fa as he-1 " 0 v 3 5 " 'X Ja, I ln..,69 P S4 t -hd ' . ix s 11" -+- -'sa Komecly Ksrfoons ! ligne: t U A 1:12 ,xx 05 X 'D XZ' l,il'z'ac- . NPS X 1' tb 31-O L52 5- U .12 -Em ,ymlygr :Reaches OU ,, 'M .ana I ,Q +1530 'YO G'YEC-,GWR .e? :'l1'i'7',Wf u,'.S7f,ofg, f'-f , ,, co , ' 1a' fef'M:S - 'K an .-Pg,A9iff72.f' u Q5 wx EQ- w in "Hide eg -' sq s 1. 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I 'blended' The grave..- 'la 'ff N 4 I vel ' I .,:.':'g -.'sJ'1+1l??l.'e. 2212222 V ww Q Had . me x K ,, .undeivgf AIZQCAQ S MQW muttn T006 -beam clan c. um FASH Engms N' ro? wa S A lfru c. 'tiikides 'Tha' QW N9 1 A T- fi fi 'sl ry Y in i n fr- SJ---B Q ,ig 'WX " YW THE- E-121 Targa V TE-15 ' SKB-T 1Hl'7i' 'L 'f-gg' ffl xl an GTQ '14-2 5 ,f Q x X , - 'N ,' ' ., if f uv? JY-13 3 f ,gl I ' ' f K Xihgb 1 'lf"'E:ef-'?is4.Il f ,Z 4, G ' wxivfl- J 5 Q 9 5 ","l"I"O"l"l"C"l"l"l'DOIPOUOUQ''O0000004'OIOONINCWONOGOl'PONOWI"O"l"l"l"O"l"l"O''l"lf'0O0l"l"l0CNO'0l0l''O0'l"l"l"U"C"l"C"l 'IWONI 'I Cilhr 'i hitnfza ante 'ifawkrt The editor of this volume asks that those brilliant stars of the literary firmament, whom he is sure may be found among his readers, will not criticize too freely the content of the fol- lowing pages. He admits that there is nothing about this section which will become classical, but he hopes that it will add to the book a touch of the fun and spice that is always to be found in the life at Edinboro. The sources of the material with which these pages are filled are many and varied. Among them are- the contribution box on the bulletin board,-fine examples of the literary art which have been foolishly cast aside by the editors of the other sections,-wordy gems turned in by the more bril- liant members of the various classes,-selections from other publications,-and a few vapid gushings of the editor himself. Now he is through with explanations and apologiesg-read ye and gain nothing! fo--s--o--0--0--0--0--0--0--0-4--0--0--m-onof-o--Q-one--o--m-o--0--o-of-c-fo--Q--0-o-0--o -o--o-c--ov-o'-o--o--s--o--o--0-o--0-o-0-o-m-o--n 0 0--o-o-o--Q-0 11461 , , T' 0 W . ,mg L, Alba- ' I 5 Q Q . 4 .0, 'N-'xv-in A I wax, . . , X . , 4 I' 12' - NN x ' I A H 522'-S -+ ""' NJ gm... R .. Q-QA' ,,hfu 55214, J - ax: j fif 4 an- :Hifi tgtgg G p -1 .. - 1' fs 5 I , 55111 Efhia wrrihlr? It has been suggested that the Conneautteean publish a list of "campus cases", but after long consideration and much deliberation the staff has been forced to decree against the the list the and idea. The reasons are many but the principle one is that the financial condition of book will not permit the maintaining of an oflice force large enough to keep such a up to date. The staff will freely admit that such a feature would be invaluable to Dean in keeping track of her many charges, but it fully realizes that an out-of-date antiquated list of such a nature would be much worse than no list at all. -i:s-Ns- Snyd Con way down townl-"Having trouble with the iiivver'?" Miss Harrison-"Yes, do you know anything about a Ford?" Snyd-"Nothing but a bunch of funny stories." Stanza Stanza Stanza Stanza Stanza Stanza Stanza the the the the the the the -r:s-Ns- A REEDER EPIC First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh of great length and much meaning, composed in the sleeping hours by a brainless student who here must preforce be nameless. Here is a tale, not very long, But it will bear repeating. It concerns our dear friend Don, And "She" when they are meeting. -The story goes, and goes it well, About this salutation. Reeder is the favorite haunt, The call the situation. 'AHe puts his hand upon the nob, The door then opens wide. He takes a step, or maybe two, Our hero is inside. "Her" little friend stands there erect, Hatless in the hall: Throws back his head, heaves out his chest, And thus one hears him call,- -"Come down, come down, O Skeezicks dear, Come down this very minute, My car it waits without the door, And there is no one in it." We hear a rustle, then a squeak. VVe look toward third floor railingg And there she stands, as fair as day, Upon her lover beaming. Of course she'll go! Then down she comes, Not with mind can she resist himg He leads her gently out the door, And there, me-thinks, she kissed him. 41481 A vi HJ' gl- M! f , law- ZH 5 4 5 l i?l... , : Q X 1,1-,X JAX' ,f . I ' 'AfA E fa'-S P -'61 ,N V ..-.,, Q4 I'- ' mi! 9 It l 11-959 ' '-""f5f'3-'NA lflf xl an GIQ '42- ' 'X 5 .J- lb 4 9,Af '.ffym' 7 win' -I A M , 'J-nllrrih-gas Svfglva nf 1923 Old King Tut's timely reappearance has had its effect on most of the spring styles, even hairdressing. The latest is called the "King Tut-Aken-Amen hair cut". It re- sembles the Dutch bob, except that the hair is left much longer, coming down to the eye- brows in front and about an inch below the bottom of the ears on the sides and back and must be very straight. This simple hairdressing serves as a background to the new bandeaux. The newest are broad gold or silver bands rising to a peak above the fore- head. Others are gorgeously trimmed with pearls or flowers which wend their fascinat- ing way across the head and fall in two clusters over the ears. If this latter headdress is not desirable, earrings of any imaginable color, dangling from the ears to such a length that they sweep the shoulder, should be worn. DRESSES The spring dresses have also many new features. Here are the main points: Drapes-In front, in back, on the sides. Any one or all of these places. Sleeves-Very short or full length. The medium-length sleeves apologizing for their existence by an unusual cuff or ruffled trimming. Waistlins-Still low and sometimes wide yokes fitting smoothly around the hips. Necklines-Suit yourself--they're all good. Skirt-lengths-Suit yourself again. There's good authority for every length from knee to ankle and no international court to settle matters. Trimmings-Pleats, ruffles, tucks, embroidery, of course, and some beading. Many gowns are entirely untrimmed, but are made of the most exotic figured silks. The painted rocks of Gitchie Gumie had nothing on these new silks. They're all deco- rated with pictures and every picture tells a storyg Gods, beasts, and men ramble over their silken surfaces in epic journeyings and, frequently, in the case of the Egyptian stuff, to one who understands them, these pictures make good sense. Suppose for ex- ample, a society woman, richly gowned in one of these Egyptian silks, chances to meet a learned Egyptologist-the latter will be able to take a look and read her dress right off. This sort of thing promises to be so weird and exciting that there's expected to be little demands for plain silks, even in the most ravishing colors. A feeble attempt is being made to poplarize single-color prints on white backgrounds, but they're not making much of a hit-much too tame and respectable, in comparison with the Tut-Ankh-Amen patterns the coming season's to behold. Necklaces-These simple dresses serve merely as a background to the daring and unusual combinations of colors and stones to be found in the new necklaces. They should match the earrings. HI'ILl'IN Folder, '23. fEditor's Note:-We will freely admit that this annual is not intended as a style book, nor do we intend to dictate the fashion to its readers, but we cannot help but feel that the above contribution may be useful when we have run out of ideas as to dress and are fShall we say the awful words?l old maid school teachers.J Q 150 P R i vii .3 i"""' 'x"'i0 Mflygl la 5.'i'ii 'F' 9 ff imwlih -5-gi I - QT f- Sv 5 , 'Y' Y 'sei' If-K 4 f 'fl 5 ' .gig lx 4 0' gm . ,. ,Il f V '4 u..:: -xi, L, . - 554-Q, .V . H . 1 , 3 ?"xxff'4'q1 -5. . , . A V . ., , . ' ' ' 1 - J' , . Y , . . Ai.. !lg""' -:iq "" .,,. N 3 L in i I K H, abby? 2. , f- W . sb. gf, xx iffizf - I . SJ You are going out into the strife and the din of the world's busy marts. Travail ii I '3'4u1M'i"'?N .G-gif l 1 2 4- 301' 1' .- 7 ,gl 'ir A xii if Uhr 3 hitnfa Swan Sung and toil unceasing shall be your share. Like other mere mortals your plans shall be thwarted and your labor at times shall be in vain. You are to contend with human nature, the most elusive quantity that should be dealt with. Wou will despair of finding success and crave for an end of it all. The ceaseless battle will seem useless and the darkness before dawn will be the gloom of fruitless efforts. Then the gloom will go, success will follow your footsteps, and you will rise from the ranks and join the smaller constellation of greater lights. You will grow great and with your greatness will come forgetfulness. Not far hence is the day that will break the bonds that have united us. Slowly we will drift apart and slowly forget. For long, long years we will pace down separate paths toward the goal of all life and our days will be busy with little time for memories. And then,-our life work nearly done, we shall commence to reminisce. Long gone days shall come back to peer through memorie's window, calling to mind happy moments of the farlaway land of Youth. You will see us as you knew us before life has had its way. Old scenes will return and in memory a glorious youth, will relive a new life in our outworn bodies. Looking backward through seeming eons of time that will have followed our last meeting a strange pang of sorrow will fill your whole being with bitter regret that the happy days we spent together have gone forever. Perhaps a faint smile light as the beat of a butterfly's wing will illumine your afce for an instant as memories return and shut out the world from your ken. Perhaps too, memories will fade when you need their aid to while away a dreary hour. Then you will appreciate the gift of labor and love that we are giving you. Now you are all unconscious of our work but in the grey days of life you will remember our efforts in your behalf. Your annual will be the fruit of our toil and in the years to come by partaking of the fruit, the mind will rebuild and rehabilitate these, your happiest years. Ql54J i., - ,Q,, , 58.5--J! 3 I g H4191--. 2-!""" "OUR QD!" Ld' you an on A gg:-od 'Hling 42 Z Q Q Q g Q..Q..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g..g........g..g..g..g..g..g..g..gnq.4.Qug..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..q-.q..g..g.-g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g-.g..g..g.gg 44...-gag Q Q LISTEN! READERS OF THE CONNEAUTTEEAN: . Do you realize that it would 1lilV6 116911 i111possible to publish this annual had it not been for tl1e hearty sup- port of these atlvertisers? Since they have lnacle this book possible it is 1111 to yo11 to give 1116111 your best support. Show tllelll tl1at an ad in a COIIIIGZIIIJFTQQZIII really pays and l1e1p make 1119111 co111e back for 1110112 space. All of the business 11011898 represented i11 t11is book are t'Sf2l1l1lS111llQ1liS of Ill'0V1:'1l reliability and ll10Si courte- 0118 service. Give 1119111 a C'1l2ll1C9 to satisfy your wants. 1Ve l'Ci'01lllllt-'1141 tl1e111 ll10Sf l1ig111y to you. H. K. Ruonus, Bzzsizzcss Jlanager. NV. .1. fe'Ass111v,, Erie ,1lunuycr. A1.11'11: IVAYIESI, lLxc1I1-11, Anlxxrs, -1os1f:1-11 B,x11N1c'1'T, 11 sxocillfcs. Dlil!0000llllOOilOOOll"l"O0'O"O"llOlOOOOCIOOOOOOIOOOOOCO H They Pass Every Test Some Clothes Are Like Some Men THEY MANAGE TO JUST GET BY, BUT THEY TAKE NO HONORS, THEY NEVER HAVE STOOD FIRST AND NEVER WILL. NOW THERE ARE OTHERS, CLOTHES OF HONOR STANDING, REICOGNIZED A L W A Y S AND EVERYWHERE AS FINEST IN STYLE, FIRST IN QUALITY AND TAILORING AND FIRST IN THE APPROVAL OF ALL UNDER- STANDING YOUNG MEN. YOU KNOW AND RECOGNIZE THEM, ESPECIALLY. Hart, Schaffner 5' Marx AND Fashion Park Clothes They Pass the most Dlfiicult Test ERIE PENNSYLVANIA STATE at SEVENTH H ISSAC BAKER El SON E W H L..-,Q None Better At Any Price JACO B HALLER ERIE, PA. LAWRENCE HOTEL lines Only Frre Proof Hotel POPULAR PRICED CAFETERIA BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH IN GRILL Y! J Q , 0 SUNDAY TABLE D HOTE DINNER 1to2-6to 31.25 per plate W. A. Cochran Mgr. THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD TRADE MARK REG U5 PAT QI-'F When you need shoes whether dress or street shoes vou alvwavs want the best styles combrned xx 1th qualrty and perfect frttlng You Wlll alwavs find these three essen tral features 111 Walk Oxer shoes and Walk Over Store Servrce Walk Over Shoes fo men are knovx n the wx orld over as the stand ard shoe for men VVou are surelv vxell dressed lf xou vxear Walk Over Shoes XVhen xou thrnk of shoe thlnk of Walk Over and xou are sure to get real shoe satrsfactron The Walk Over Boot Shop IS Always Flrst to Show the New Styles ln Shoes for Men and Women WALK OVER BOOT SHOP gs 1021 STATE ST Chlnopody Dept Office MCZZHIHC Floor I 2 8 E , - U er 5 -ll WN. 5 49" - lp E .r' fle L' 2 un---UF ' 1 ' as 2 THE PUSSY WILLOW TEA ROOM 922 PEACH STREET, ERIE, PA. AN ideal eating place where pleasant sur roundings, home-cooked food of quality and daintily served meals combine in creating that home-atmosphere which you will not lind in any other restaurant of Erie. When in Erie, stop at the PUSSY WILLOW DRUGLESS THERAPY DR. A. B. SCOTT LICENSED PRACTITIONER CHIROPRACTIC SPINOLOGY ELECTRO THERAPY 232 East 6th Street ----- ERIE, PENN'A Portrait Weschler Shoe Co. and Commercial if Th. world is full of Subso- fi tutes for quality, but there has never been invented a 5: real substitute for SATIS- .R :E FACTION. WESCHLER SHOES are comfortable to walk ln Al- ways first to show the latest Q51-0442? up-to-the-minute style crea- Get your next pair at Wesch- - ler s of course Studio 1120 State Street 910 State Street lzrle Penn a Erle, Pa 1 'I 'r 'r 1, , 1, . 'r 'r U 1' 'r 1, - 4+ In . O .g tions. 'r 1, , 'r 'r 1, , 1, , 'r v . 1' 1 7 4 1 X I , O Q 0 i f ' RA mmn ja? "An Allegiance: akin to loyalty for a cherished friend, grows more intimate season after season between and its owners "The engine improves with use H. . Heile 81 Son TRANSFER PA WILL YS-K NIGH T OVERLAND WILL YS- KNIGHT What a Check Means? When you receive a check it indicates that the person who signed it realizes the safety and convenience of paying out money in that safe and convenient way. When the check is drawn on the First National Bank, Edin- boro, Pa., it indicates, further, that the signer realizes that ad- vantage of dealing with a bank which belongs to the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, and which shares in the strength and broad facilities of this great banking association. FEDERAL RESERVE MEMBERSHIP, such as this bank enjoys, means efficient service and unquestioned safety. The First National Bank EDINBORO, PA. m SENSOR S Qualzty Groceries SERVICE - SATISFACTION A CLEAN STORE A CLEAN STOCK PROMPT SERVICE A SQUARE DEAL WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE mm , LUNCHES MEALS MEAL TICKETS 257.00 The Gem Resfazrranf Mrs. Harriet Bilkey, Prop. EDINBORO PA Bell Phone 108 STUDENTS WELCOME L., QQ HDIU When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick Will Build Them REPAIRS, STORAGE, TIRES AND SUPPLIES WALKER BRCDS. EDINBORO, PA. Authorized Buick Sales and Service BOTH PHONES Largest Rural Garage in Northwestern Pennsylvania The Students Store STATIONERY, TOILET GOODS, SPORTING GOODS, CANDIES, CAMERAS AND FILMS, BATHING SUITS, DRUG SUNDRIES, ETC. We do electro-engraving printing. Come to us for visiting cards, wedding invitations or any extra line printing job. COOPER-SWIFT ---ii-fe, ImDH II1IEIIIIIIJII1I'11JIIIHIIJJ Oakland Authorized OAKLAND AND GHEVDLET SALES AND SERVICE 'Y-3 THE AUSTIN CO EDINBORO, PA. Attention Students Buy Your QROCERIES, FRUITS, Etc. .-.i At l FLICKENQERS Edinboro, Pa. Known for Quality m K mmmm -'Elm JEWETT DURANT PAIGE STAR Authorized Sales and Service WESTINGHGUSE BATTERY STATION MQ. ELMER SHELLITO fs nun N L, U A FDINBORO PA 53 SATISFACTION Your satisfaction ln the use of an article IS worth several times more than the mere price the difference between a cheap one and a good one There are a lot of substitutes for quality at prices that tempt but no genius has yet been born who can produce a substitutew for satisfactory results C E Klmgcnsmzth DRY GOODS - CHINA - WALL PAPER Edinboro, Pa. DIEIIII Ill lllllllllllll llllll I Ill c Iimiiiililll UI "T J , . U 1u1I1I11PIi11iFW1Wi A Q xx PHOTCDGRAPHY L. KUPPQT, Edinboro, Pa. H G GILLASPIE FOOTWEAR MENS FURNISHINGS GYM SHOES AND CLOTHING al -lm mmmmmm P IVI SKELTGN EDINBORO, PA. FORD CARS, TRUCKS, TRACTORS Authorized Sales and Service ... n nm -mm mmm nn urn la n R O O Compliments of DR. G. W. NIINIUNI DENTIST Savings Bank Building Edinboro, Pa. T is self-evident to many that no better coal enters this market. than is handled by us. The question is, do you know from actual experience? If you do not know, why don't you? You are look- ing for the best of every- thing, aren't you? Why not not use Pittsburgh coal and be convinced you have the best of every thing. F. F. HARRISON EDINBORO, PA. Hmm mm ag,v--l- GILLASPIE Cgl HARNED Groceries and Hardware We Nlake a Specialty of Fine Candies and Fruits I endeavor to carry a l' f merchand e th t p t l ly appeals to students. We specialize in Dry Goods Shoes and Art Supplies The Thos. Steadman Co. "Bill Coyle" - -ggi f M Compliments of A. W. HERRICK FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS Edinboro, Pa. DID YOU EVER GET A HAIR CUT AT PIEPERS ? IF YOU DIDN,T IT IS TIME YOU DID. Edinboro Home Baker Cakes, Jelly Rolls, Cookies, Buns, Pies If It Can Be Baked We Can Bake It. FRANK LIEMER IIIIDIIIDIIJJI 4+ l. G. Sybrant X Son FRESH AND SALT MEATS A "LITTLE MAN" BUT A BIG BUSINESS Bell Phone EDINBORO PA Dealers in Live Cattle and Poultry 'I 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ l 4, 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 1+ 'I 4+ 4 4' EDINBORO PA. 4' 9 P 4+ S Prof. Sackett-"Will you name the presidents of the United States?" Marjorie-"Sorry Prof. Sackett, but their parents beat me to it." -1cs-Ns- Prof. Snyder-"What is an oyster?" Walton-"An oyster is a fish built like a nut." -1-:s-Ns- Haven Hall Parlors When he first came to see her He showed a timid heart And when the lights were low They sat thus far apart But when this love grew warmer And they learned the joy of a kiss They knocked out all the spaces Andsatupcloselikethis. W Jn.l.LLAu4...., ., , H. Compliments of the BAKER ELECTRIC KODAK FILMS DEVELOPED - PRINTED - ENLARGED - CAMERA SUPPLIES GERALD M. BAKER EDINBORO, PA. I S. KANSAS K RRO. Manufacturers of College Pennants, Banners, Pillow Cases, Etc Finest Kind Only 276 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK old Mill Boat Livery Boats and Canoes- Canoes a Specialty CARL JERVIS P p A , ro . lllllunmuluunnumllnluulmlmln DHDHEmmIEm E UDIH IHLUS STUDENTS HOME OF ICE CREAM SODAS, SUNDAES, LUNCHES EHEU UBDHEU 'World fomed Dishes on our 0wnTable ll co teae inn Il NCOOKED FOODS You will like these famous dishes from Chicago's famous College Inn. Why not enjoy a delicious treat this very day? Economical-tasty- laborfsaving. Ask to see them. Trepared by HOTEL SHERMAN Q zcao ".' I t .5 1 1 ilu.. Y' rr' I qppcrr,-:H :-:::1,,,, , r, r rlf' mug. h f . :gl ill Vg- lm J if 11 1 111 ' 111711 A mr. " 'L sr, 1 , H: . 1117 I 1 1 s 1 N I ' un ur 1 X 1 ' M 'Uhr f" ' 4 P l .L r X ' i Q l n ll 1 l ,.4 if I fl- i. QQ f 1 ,. 5-41, .23 . g f . 'N 4' Tl 'X , ,' ' ff ' I , Ill ,EJ A few cans of these su- or any of the other nu- preme cooked foods, a merous good things found few buns, cookies, cakes in our stock of FANCY GROCERIES And you will have a feed that will rival Mother's Box from home. R QDESSL E RY EDINBCRO, PENN'A T 2 J S' l Edinboro Publishing Compan Publishers of THE EDINBORO INDEPENDENT EDINBORO, PENN'A A Newspaper Whose Interests Are Closely Linked With Those of the Edinboro State Normal School A Printing Shop With the Capacity for Taking the Infinite Paints 'Ihat Makes Printing An Art : Q n Q . 1 Ak' DIIIIII lVIotherfI've tried so hard to make you a good child, and yet in spite of all my efforts you are still rude and naughty. Margaret, fdeeply movedJHWhat a failure you are, Mother. - 11: s - N s -1 An Indian named "lVlan-Afraid of Nothing" married a white woman, and in one week after the wedding he applied to his tribe to have his name changed. -ICS-NS' Letter to Dean-"My sou will be unable to attend school today, as he has just shaved himself for the first time," "This is their wooden wedding anniversary." "I suppose they both can't help thinking what dumb-bells they were to get married." I In 4+ 1 ?n EU C3 'H Z ni C5 2 f 2 3 3 3 Repairing and Construction 'I :l: rl'l rr1 r- rn rs '-I E ra U5 :l: 2 'U -----av he cover for this annual was created by THE DAVID J. MoLLoY co. 7.857 N.wEs1'ERN Av1:.cmcAGo Send f1rJ'amplc.r 1 15 C- lillf Q . s 'l- N I x U I kgs-5'lQ'i!E g..3Ei5gQ.f, A a :Nfl 6: N " 4 .N A I-New "ON THE DIAMOND" EDINBORO, PA. Miss Young tin History Classy-Miss Smith, why did you like the subJect of History? Miss Smith-Well, I liked dates. I could use my imagination in regard to battles and wars. I also like the men. Miss Young-This is a revelation! - 15 s - N s - Miss Campbell-How can I get rid of water on Albert-Wear pumps. iFootnote-He rand Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. -r:s-Ns- Brown-How many children have you? Igeck-A bushel. Brown-A bushel? Peck-Yes, four Pecks. the knee? Pmztagon Biarg nf 7 rin Eranrh, 1922-23 Monday, Sept. 18. Friday, Oct. 6... Friday, Oct. 27... Friday, Nov. 3... Friday, Nov. 17... Thursday, Nov. 23 .... Thursday, Nov. 30 .... Monday, Dec. 4... Monday, Dec. 18.. Wednesday, Dec. 20.. Thursday, Dec. 21 .... Friday, Dec. 22 ....... Monday, Jan. 13 ...... Thursday, Jan. 16 ...., Friday, Jan. 26 ....... Friday, Jan. 26 ....... Monday, Jan. 29 ...... Friday, Feb. 2... Saturday, Feb. 17 ..... Thursday, Feb. 22 ..... Monday, Mar. 12 ...... Friday, Mar. 23 ....... Friday, Mar. 30 ....... Friday, April 6 ....... Saturday, April 7 ..... Monday, April 9 ...... Mriday, May 11 ....... Wednesday, May 30. . . Friday, June 1 ........ Saturday, June 2 ...... Sunday, June 3 ....... Wednesday, June 6... Once more the doors of our noble institution have opened. This year we have the largest enrollment in the history of the Erie Branch. Confusion reigns. The Senior Class endeavors to make the Junior Class feel at home. To gain this end we tendered them an informal reception. Hilarity reigns. Q We made merry this evening at Academy with Edinboro as our guests. A lovely Halloween dance constituted the evening enter- tainment. The grst lecture of the Teachers' Course. Charles Wakefield Cad- man and the Indian Princess gave us an evening of true Amer- ican songs. End of iirst quarter. We gather strength for final plunge. Our second lecture. Carl Akeley described his recent adventures in Gorilla Land and illustrated the lecture with movies. Thanksgiving recess. Thanks be for a rest! Rachmaninoff gave a classical program at the Arena. Many stu- dents availed themselves of this opportunity to hear him. Dr. Preston Bradley lectured upon the subject "The United States of To-morrow." An idealistic future has been presented in a goal toward which we may work. Senior Christmas Party. Senior Class held a Christmas tree for its members. Featuring Miss L. Young as Santa Claus. Junior Christmas Tea. A pleasing program was presented by the members of Junior Class. 7 Christmas recess. Golden opportunity for' all procrastinators. Paderewski's piano recital. Poland's ex-president delighted a large audience. Dr. Wilfred Grenfeld lectured on Labrador. As a pioneer in this country he was able to give first hand knowledge of a land we think of as desolate. Maude Ballington Booth gave the last number on the Teachers' Course. She brought to us the knowledge of reclomation work going on in prisons of today. "As the little mother of prisons she fought for a square deal for his misguided charges." End of first semester. Beginning of second semester. For the iirst time in weeks we see those half forgotten comrades who have been out guiding the destines of their youthful proteges. Country Fair. An old time party fashioned after the scenes of an old Home Week in a small town. Mr. Crawford was inaugurated into his new office at Edinboro. George Washington besides being father of the country was an extraordinary man. Being a man he had birthdays and thanks to him we have holidays. Fritz Kreisler favored our city with a concert. This was well at- tended by our students. Easter recess--The Bunny laid six and a half eggs, each egg being a day off. End of third semester, three down and one to go. Hit that line. Senior Dance with Juniors as guests. Bouncing Act given by Miss Paterson. Entertainment for tired business man given by the Short Circuit. We were shocked! Mr. Bates tore up an oak tree. Senior Skip Day. Juniors now convinced that an ideal school can be organized. Junior Vaudeville Show. Sixteen Erie theaters reported no busi- ness on this night. Holiday Memorial Day. End of school year. Deo gratias! Junior Senior Prom. Baccalaureate Sermon. Commencement. IERIHE SHUI? 55 1A1 5 4' L' G99 ww? 1 W .- I ' 1 - "" I C3NwBa1!m0m'f w u STATE 6' EIC-HTH STREETS Vo 5, 2 EE EE E E ' E W X '39 . fo X X X ' 35' f 1 FW 4. 2' K f , 5 w XX X, j F 5 X fa 4 1' ' ff f ' 3 f 1 H ff "4 X X 2 I fff : fx Q 3 fa! , fy , YR 'fx X133 X f , N X , 3 f, I 1 1 we-Zlireci from NEQKKDFK M DTQSSQS, SUHS, Coafi , Ca'peS,151ouSe:S,Skir"IS, E 5 S'we:aIQ1f'S, SNK Hose. ,REQ My QQHWTDUMOQ -Q- Kamm: Qxblbifs-daily -Lovely new Things VPom1l7e BELMONT SHOD , Facial Sale Lofs -F?f0omQ1'Die-evewy Vwiclayj Q , N f MON' JJE-,Ng S? LONGS SMART CLOTHES MAKE WELL DRESSED WOMEN Cloaks, Suits, Dresses, Millinery and Corsets M 917 State St., Effie, Pa. u ---'--------'- as Love and the kodak the Same fate envelop, For both in a dark room Seem best to develop." -ES-N'i-- Paul-Betty dear, I've had something hesitating on my lips for some time now." Betty Cinterruptingl-011, Paul, how I do hate those baseball mustaches. N 1 -L---QA Painstaking Finishing V- -..-.- 4. , - --11,33 AN ' f ' - N ,Liz ? lxffb A -Q oc. c woonms I Q. c fm-tm-ghv 5 34.2. se lf ,rzrer-we-rwa'c.T"1' 'ry' Y' 11' ' 'E .. 7 'Q'-'2?g"i'3 5:5 " "' ':" " 5 9" Your Kodak plus Kodak Film plus our developing and printing service -Results, Results! We take pride in our finishing depart- ment-that means we take pains in our finishing. Bring or mail us your films -you'll like the results. NEUER 8: ENGLISH 622 STATE ST. ERIE, PENN'A Opposite P stoffice 111 a m ma Pallaee Hardware Atouee org to W5 State Street, Erie, Pa YOU AILL PLAY A BFTTER GALE IF You USE ' Cut Sport Goods w that its time to e in re cy for t e " Qutdoors make up your mind not to experiment in getting equipment xxhieh will make the eport wx hat it should be Bux xx orld Standard good: the lind xou can depend on Bunn It the PALALE HARDAVARE HOUSIA assureb xou ot thie kind Vle sell onlx the Sporting goodb uhich ulll make triends for our store XA hen ue tell xou ue represent such hnts i McGregor t olt K oods NN right X Ditson Tennis Supplies and Spauld ing Baseball Outhts ue beliexe it IS eonxineinq that oure is a house ot qualitx Our pr1CeS too are as reasonable as xou hnd BATHING SUITS Our showing of Nlen s and XX omens Bathin Suite 1 the lar est ue haxe ei er had A suit to meet ewerx fincx uhether it be conserxatne or trimmed 'nt prices that are mterestlnx, Our Sport Goods Department Teems Wzth Fresh Stocks There isnt in artitlt used 111 the realm ot Qportm xou ul not hid at ie PAL ALP C the st ot ci thin 1s brand neu Let us supplx xou ulth equipment for Tennis Golf Baseball Campzng Fzshzng Huntmg Palace Hardware A-House org to 9115 State Street IJIIIIII 0 I I 'Y J 3 No H ' be g tt g al h "Big 5 g 2 i S :: ' E . D, , B L R Eb 5 I ' ,S 3, L 'f C' Q : Q - E . 'S r , I' v . Y . .X 7. . 1 E , g k . . , , , 0 K. ' , I C Q ' 3 f ' X , . 5 ' 5 ' Y. E - 'S ' 2 ' " 1 gf ' ' ' - ' V' E "Il '1 ' tl , -. anl beg it. ' 'ery- E . CY .' ' ' Q ' ' " . : r- - ' ' - .. 5 I I I I I My lllllllllllll llllllllllllmvg -1-------1-la et d Sound Musical Education n From Beginner to Finished Artist THE ERIE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 156 West Seventh St. Phone Mutual 63398 --- fr Q Grade Gertrlfleates Graduation Courses Principal, Peter LeSueur Bachelor of Music, Oxford Universityg Fellow of the Royal Col- lege of Organists, Londong Fellow of the American Guild of Or- ganistsg Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, Londong Organist and Choirmaster of St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Erie. Peter LeSueur Miss C. A. Masten Piano, Organ, Theory Mandolin, Guitar Paul W. Cleveland Mrs. Winifred LeSueur Violin Elocution Enrico Tamburini Mrs. C. A. Babcock-Ricart Cello Voice Charles LeSueur Miss Leslie F. Sawdey Voice Piano 2 Miss Helena M. Hilton Percival LeSueur Piano Piano and Organ Miss Doris C. Solomon D. C. Cianfoni Piano Wind Instruments Miss Lillian Ault Secretary Folders and all information on request E New students may enroll at any time m1DDUIHH Student Recitals -- -------------------------------------------------------------------- W . , We Respectfully Solicit I the Patronage of Readers of the Conneautteean NO MUSIC HOUSE IN THIS COUNTRY CAN OFFER OUITE SO MANY ADVANTAGES IN THE PUR- k CHASE OF A PIANO PLAYER OR TALKING MACHINE AS WE CAN HERE. THE REASONS ARE OBVIOUS LEARN THEIR MODERATE PRICES' UNDERSTAND OUR PAYMENT PLAN AND INTERCHANGE PROPOSITION. WINTER PIANO COMPANY 1015 STATE STREET ERIE, PENN'A WIHEN YOU SEE THE HUNDREDS OF INSTRUMENTS TO CHOOSE FROMg Erie Produce Compan , Inc. Wholesale Fruits and Produce Cornrn1ss1on Merchants 1825 Peach Street Erre Penn a , . , 9 UDIIm1 IIIEIII EEUI ,-FE V In l I Trunks 1,4 Books 5' .:!E'fl'?lf ' l T . ,K s:::sQ, A Baffs E 'Q El GMS Sult ltl'WflfllllTll,, E ,W Y , .M Small Cases "W ,W I l Ye lu X Leather QQ? Q ,M as l f ' ll Xl l Goods rl . ,,w,'H l x ' 5 t wg E, l1TlNqj!'l1f',l1Ql,""'M6 l L V lsll ' J. ll Qlll "l'! 'A ln I X - ll 1' :Q W A, I A f - 45.1 We feature HARTMAN WARDROBE TRUNKS S35 AND UP MAYO LEATHER SHOP 709 State St., Erie, Pa. Compliments of THE ERIE DRY GOODS CO. "All That the Name Implies" Erie, Pa. EHHH """"""""" lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll AGENCY FOR f 1 A """"Iij 1 f E SS ff 2 Mocolafes PHARMACETICAL AND HOUSEHOLD PREPARATIONS OF E. R. SQUIBB AND SONS Son-Tox Agency FISCHER AND SCHELLER Reed House Pharmacy Next to Interrurban Station ERIE, PA Being a man with the best of us, Lending a hand to the rest of us, Letting success be the test of us, THAT'S BUSINESS Are you one of us? ERIE BUSINESS COLLEGE Penn Building, Erie, Pa. IHIDIU ll. HAUSMAN CDSTUIVIER and Manufacturer of LODGE REGALIA AND PARAPHERNALIA BADGES AND BANNERS Costumes for Amateur Theat- ricals and Flag Decorations of all descriptions 117-119 E. 18th st., Erie, Pa. 'I 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'r lr 'r 'r 'r 4 4 'I 4 for 4 4+ 4+ v MOTHER YOUNG'S 5 BREAD Erie's Largest Specialty Shop for Women WILKER' Av'vAvAv-vlvtfx,'v'v'vAv'vA P THE ELITE gg FOOD SHDPPEE . Th l 'th Coats, Suits, Furs, ,e pace W' 3 different atmosphere Dresses and I Millinery 35 State Street Erie, Pa. 806 State St. 11 W. 8th St. 1: ERIE, PA. ,I Il I I WATCH oUR WINDOW s'roRE OPEN DISPLAYS SAEESEAAY For Real Yalues lALwAr5,5aHEr111un41ysw "I 9 P M Af All Tlmes c1.oAKs AND surrs 5 ' ' .- ..-. ZII4' STATE .577 ERIE, PA, UP-TO-THE-MINUTE AT ALL TIMES We are here to satisfy every customer and have come with the name, "FAMOUS" Our prices and quality make your purchase a real buy. Our best advertisement will be when after you have used one of our garments you will say in all honesty to your friends "I certainly received a Wonderful value at the 'Famous' ". RECEIVE IN ERIE THE SAME VALUES AS GOING TO PITTSBURGH OR CLEVELAND Save from 35.00 to 5510.00 on Every Garment. NEWEST MODES 3: 3 3 3 3 'l 'r 5 gl P There IS only one way it , It Compliments P 4' of 1 Enw. L. sEAcHmsT to repair shoes, the right way, or in other 4 words, the way we do If 1 it at ' IE , Expert Amateur Finishing, Kodak Supplies, P i c t u r e Frames, Fountain Pens, Greet- ing Cards and Gifts. mvl CARNECELLVS r 4 EDINBORO, PA. :I 'I 'r 'r 'r 3 3 'I 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 Q. Gifts That Last CHAS. .HE RY Jeweler'-'Optometrist' ERIE, PENN'A J C KRAMER 1014 State Street Erie Pa C Q C ll .QU KK fg af O 8,5 .. cd Ka K 11" f 4 X . I ' " '-wifftfyg XL 5 .H f t 1 RIR 32' W4 ,f 'RYA Q' 1 xyftyrl. J, ,I 4 HUQ Fashronable Mrllinery Hats Made to Order n'1IlIU v va THE BEST OF BOX AND BULK CANDIES. KQDAKS ALL EASTMAN KODAKS AT CUT RATE PRICES-PRINTING AND DEVELOPING TWO DAY SERVICE-OUR WORK AND PRICES CANNOT BE BEAT. POSTCARDS WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF POST CARDS AND BOOKLETS FOR ALL OCCAS- IONS. TALLY AND PLACE CARDS. MAGAZINES WE ALSO DO ENGRAVING, CARDS, AN- E 5 Is E E E NOUNCEMENTS, ETC. NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, TOILET AR- TICLES. The Store with the Lucky Day BURY PHARMACY THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE mmm-mnmm Loangey-like Weyer-Wade Clofhes You college men who recognize true atmosphere in clothes, are best able to appreciate the fluent lines of our fine hand tailored suits and topcoats, which bespeak taste if ,J, H NI Tf I I IZ, I and leisurely smartness H 1,111 J ' Q ' ,A I 1 .X40 Uthers ,530 fo 565 5' H ir ,x ' ' A pa N X fm x . Q - -1-gf' , ff ' ,I l I- 4 gf 7 . Z 1' ,c ,Nh ' . If iaee- . ,Q Q ww., , ' I ' , . .h 4 lx FM'-J lf jf Q E M ,-,l N ' 6 'C - giiyiiiez-fig' .- 'W ' '- --5-U 'V 7 B ----.,..x,. U n"v-1.--.5 ..""- P. A. Meyer 65 Sons 817-819 Sfafe Sf., Erie, Pa. 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Proof of its excellence may be found by its speci- fication by many of the leading schools and uni- versities of the country. Manufactured by DILL St COLLINS CO. Paper Makers 140 N SIXTH STREET PHILADELPHIA New York Baltimore Boston Chicago Rochester IN B This annual is prmted on Black X VYhite Coated Book li--,gg mEmDImlHDDD HmI' w ma OFRIOLE AN D CFROVVE photographic portraits TELEPHONE STUDIO MUTUAL 48-401 728 STATE STREET I v v v v v vAvAvAvAvAv5fvAvAvAv'vAvAv'vAv'vAvAvAvAvAv'vAvAvAvAvAv'vAvAv'vAv'vAv'vAvAvAvAvAv'vAvAv Notice the Lighting Equipment WHEREVER YOU GO The attractive home is the one that is tastily deco- i fgiii rated and well lighted. Give proper attention to the lighting equipment and the larger part of the problem of decorating the home is solved. We are pleased to be of service in helping you made a se- , lection. RUSTERHOLTZ ELECTRIC C0. 1195 521129 ,SEL r.,,, jQ',f'1'Qfffl.'1fQfi fffff-f'1QlQ1fQQ,.,., .... v ..r.. 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To 11 C OR THAT Y THAT SHEET MUSI THE PLACE T0 BU UMENT MUSICAL INSTR IS AT l.EJEAl.'S4 Sf denfs and Others I TEH can :Q '-' S U1 Q. Q S E. 3- G E' U1 QQ f' Q f . to X Z :E fc 4 W 4: 'U z: 1, pq GQ It Q 1' 2 0 V f P V U7 5' Q O ig Q 5-' o w CD -- 1' Q: 2 H 'D H- I 4 m Q 1' - 5 ,o 4 n 5 "' uw M' 15 -1 O 0 5 I' ff? 5 2 'oN 4a --. H1 I-h 'U 4b . 5 S 6h Q fb 4... 'II 4: ' ww 1-.UP EI:-sqm Qc S .4 :I Q 5 'D g 1' 2- E 3 O I' , 4g n 4 P+ 4: XSD E E C QQ 4: 74 I rn If 5 4 :L D , v-1 I I I 1: 5? -, an Z Z Q n 2 - 2 2 2 1: F " F1 ll Q Q 11 S' 'mi P m 4 - Q m1f2i::Z,,,d m 5' i w ""' Ir - 5 Ill v-4 4b E ' F5 2 5 P 1 2 Ig P S 1: I-F ZX 7 EEDI HEHH DUNCAN'S LAUNDRY AGENCY AT H. G. Gillaspie's Store, Edinboro Established twenty-two years and getting better every year FAMILY WASHINGS ALL KINDS OF FINISHED LAUNDRY ALL KINDS OF DRY CLEANING Cambridge Springs, Pa. --AA--..--------------------------------------.,-A Wh . . 1 QUIIIYJEVEIROWL is at Siegel' says it is, it is ' Blue Bird Inn CAFE TERIA Best Place in Erie to Eat 1 19 W. 7th Street, Erie, Pa. Member National Restaurant Assn. gf7iqgyr.Qwnggngm1gmmm P Compliments of ERIE COUNTY MILK ASSOCIATION, manufacturers of ECOMA Quality lce Cream, Erie' Favorite Dish. Bricks, Ices, Sherbets, and Individual Moulds. Erie County Milk Association Office and Plant 21st and State Street Both Phones Visitors are always welcome George A Disque JEVVELER China and Glass Merchant State and Tenth Streets Erie, Pa. - ui "FOR ALL OCCASIONS" Say It Wlth Flowers For Quallty and Servlce whether lt be Table Decorations Cor- sage Bouquets Blooming Plant or a Box of Cut Flowers Strictly Fresh and Beautlfully Arranged BUY THEM FROM Sohluraff Floral o The House of a thousand Ideas 30 W 8th Street ERIE PENN A 20k I ummnlllulnllmuluuuunumum mmmunummmuumuuu I C C 0 7 7 1 u , . . , , Q I S6 97 a 9 , Compliments of C. A. CURTZE TH E BCJSTON STGRE ERIE, PA. Beacon Shoes Sport Foot Wear For Men For Women 35.00 and 37.00 55.00 and 310.00 Educators for Everybody MAJESTIC SHOE SHOP 924 STATE STREET ERIE, PENN'A ---- gr EDIm I I T BEST PITTSBURGH som' com. Q16-Qqfljhm f'9'gVi1Q ati? L ' kan 'TQ 'A fz,:L2Qe2'f g?-N C be l 0 Q9 CD Q3 . QW x 7 T , L T' 'V T T 7 COZQOQQQICD EEL E R I E , PA . 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