Elmira Catholic High School - Victorian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1942

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LEE The 19-12 ECHO Page Two Dedication TO R71QZ7fRQDC7'G7'1lJ Afonsigrzor foim Lee, AIA., if E, we, ffm Class 0f1Q42, aleclicarfe this Ygarlwook, in grcnfegaf 1'QCOgl77.f1.0fl of l'l.1.S lzauing founaleal our fziglz school ana! in appreciafion of his having mcu'nta1'nea71'f, especfafly cfuring the jqrsf two years at SS. Peter ana, Pauis School Page Tlzrrm 1' h c 1 9 4 2 E C H O REVEREND WILLIAM A. BURNS Principal W The 1942 ECHO Pc1gcFou'r Appreciation WE are sincerely gratetui to our principal, Father Burns, auct to the Sisters ot the faculty, who have instillect in us cturingttiese tour years the principles necessary tor leading a i gooct Cliristiau lite. Yxve shall always rernemtuer their tzinctness to us anct their interest in our spiritual anct intellectual wettare. From ttiern we have iearnect the value ot a truly Catholic ectucation. 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LH T."F' f" 1 '--'u'7'liGQii':x.iL' QV .fl L-.2Q.,.f.zr2L-'N-:G.uni 'fr 1:43 1.4.3 ' A ln' EQLe"sl5ufi.'..'.' " ll 1. ' W I 7000146 1942, -Z9.daf.v -4902445 A 1 .00 M My , ff Iwmfh, my ".b"!1f Q7fx7Jp 2Wg fL'5M OFFICERS OP THE CLASS OF 1942 Standing: Edward Gill, Secretary - Jean Reidy, Treasurer Seated: Madlyn Mclnerney, Vice-president - Jazmes Sullivan, President E . i Now high school years have passed away, Eternity claims -our yesterday. Glad days, sad days, pass in parade, Bring back a thought, a smile, then fade - Fade as the future comes marching in, New thoughts, new days, new goals to win. Yet hark as the sound of their ECHO clear, Rings from the book of inemories here - Memories of our happiest hours, "Forget-ine-notS" among lite's Howers. Agnes 0,II8l'1'0l1 '42 Page Semen T h e 1 9 4 2 E C H 0 Qui: iiort an imple Anna s Two score and six months ago, we of the class of '42 ascended to the top floor of the school for the first time. It didn't take long to get acquainted because we were a friendly group. NVe knew very little aboult elections, but our choice of class officers for our first high school year was very good. NVe chose Robert Burns, president, Veronica Roland, vice-presidentg Betty Cloke, secretary, Douglas Mitchell, treasurer. Incidentally, although Father Burns had been teaching in tl1e school since 1936, this was his first year as principal. As for activities, well-l-l maybe we were too busy with our school work to plan any. Our first year drew to a. close when plans for a class picnic at Rorick's Glen in June were made and successfully carried out. Our Sophomore year was energetically launched with two new class- mates, Jane Burke and Frank Bonsignore. For class officers we selected for president, James McGann, vice-president, Jane Burke 5 secretary, Frank Ma- loneyg treasurer, Jean Reidy. The Sophomore "Stardust Dance" and St. Pati-ick's Day assembly were both successful events. lVe Httingly ended our second lap with an unforgettable class picnic at Enfield Glen. "Tramp, tramp, tramp the boys -Hand girlsi are climbing l" VVe'1'e be- ginning to get used to those two flights now - - this being our third attempt. Frank Maloney, Madlyn Mclnerney, Edward Gill, and Jane Burke, were selected president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer respectively fNotice we got around to it la little quicker this timej. This year we lost the pleasant companionship of' Sister Carmella but won another friend in Sister Joachim. James Sullivan was also a new addition to the class from the E. F. A. There Tie 1942 ECHO Page Light . if W Qrfmgwi wasn't much doing during our first term, but ou1 second term started off with a "bang" On February 7 we held a very successful Junior Carnival. Lent and Easter came late this year so we had little time to hold another activity. However, immediate plans were drafted for the Junior Day assem- bly and the the Junior-Senior banquet at the Mark Twain Hotel. These two events could be classed under the "very successful" and Hvery enjoyablen columns. It seems that we got quite a "crush" on Enfield Glen after our Soph class picnic, for what do we do but go there again for our Junior class picnic, too. This brought to a. climax our third year as HE. C. H. 'ers." "Tramp, tramp, tramp the - -" "XVhat?" "Again?" "Looks that way, donit see where any alumni have donated an elevator." This year was destined to be one full of surprises. Not that our selection of James Sullivan as president to steer our sma.ll Ship of State aided by Madlyn Mclnerney, vice-president, Edward Gill, secretary, and Jean Reidy, treas- urer, was a surprise, but we introduced the Camera Club, the Debating Society, and put new life into the Mission Society and took active part therein. The Senior Carnival was held on the night before Thanksgiving. Vile had a large attendance and a good profit was realized. lNe also lost a good friend this year in Sister Bernardine but gained another in that of Sister Vincentine. The Senior motto, "Assemblies Galore" reigned uppermost because we have conducted every assembly held thus far this year. So, as the scent of fresh, warm, summer air fills our lungs, clouded with thoughts of final examinations and graduation, we prepare to say "good-bye" to E. C. H. S. but we shall all remember to return a11d pay a visit to our beloved Alma Mater. Fran cis Maloney '42 page Nine The 1942 LcHo X FRANCIS I. BCDN SIGN ORE Si. Anflwnyls 217 Colurnlvfa Street "Bonsie" - - - all around sport - - - Ryll's, a favorite spot - - - always joking - - - pride of St. Anthouy's - - - lends great support to the "Senior Chorus" - - - comedian deluxe - - - butcher at Loblaw's - - - caddy - - - typing master - - - always gets his 10 in History - - - "Got a fag?" - - - excellent bowler - - - likes to play invisible instruments - - - smokes cigars - - - "Come on, will ya ll" - - - will get ahead. Page Ten ELIZABETH 1. CLGKE ' St. Casfmirk' 323 Lorenzo Pface "Ulokie" - - - loves chocolate cokes and i 'Kriches" - - - owner of those laugliiiw blue eyes - - - popular - - - ardent Bingo fan - - - never "lags'l in her studies - - - shorthand whiz - - - Iszarcls' most versatile clerk - - - everyouc's friend - - - capable of being a big success - - - smiling nature - - - looks good in blue - - - excellent ice-skater - - - likes to go t.o Keuka in summer - - - yen for bowl- ing - - - little rebel - - - witty - - -craves to be an airline hostess. sjwft ,N ICDSEPH 4. CURRAN , Sf. flfarys Q57 Parnlzam freef0:? HONOR STUDENT 'tJoe" - - - often seen on northside - - - three day bicycle rider - - - Latin 4 scholar - - - Mission president - - - "Let's have a, Mission cake sale" - - - camera fan - - - debater - - - noted for his absent-inincledness - - - curls his hair in school - - - oldest altar boy in St. Mz1.ry's - - - likes house parties - - - enjoys l'0lllEl,llllllQ' after school - - - canlt get enough, eh Joe? - - - success is unavoidable. Page Eleurlz T h 0 1 9 4 2 E C H 0 D l ANNA MARIE DLUGOKINSKI Sf. Casimirs 320 Millard Street t'Skinnie" - - - reddish blonde hair - - - hopes p to be a. dietitian - - - everybody's pal - - - doesn't like to be corrected - - - cheerful - - - likes movies and reading - - - friendly - - - enjoys a good joke - - - writes to soldiers - - - industrious student - - - takes good care of her little brother - - - likes spaghetti - - - listens to operas and radio serials - - - argues - - - gets excited - - - grand. lp - f V J 1 i Q . 0' f ww , j JO il X'lwi'ii'i'iV v , p ,I ,V . V, J J 'Jflrj Ol JQLL l ,A ii 'tix'- NV N MARY RUTH DUNN Sf. Pafricleis 13 Tracy Place "Calamity" - - - perpetual grin - - - happy- go-lucky - - - good-natured - - - hard worke' - - - hates anything on her hot dogs - - - eats theln plain - - - blue is her color - - - not one to argue - - - pleasant - - - pleasing voice over the telephone - - - Creighton's right hand man - - - they oouldn't get along with- out her - - - neither could we - - - likes to listen to records - - - cute hair ribbons - - - everybody 's friend - - - a swell pal. T h c 1 9 4 2 E C II o Page Twelve by ' ' Lcovdb, cm.-0 51.1. I ef' 1 ' " ,ff . 'X X. , N . r 5, M fide wwf 4M"'f"U'ip We RCB RT B. ERVIN St. Pa trick is "Bob" - - - mechanic - - - camera. club presi- dent - - - always taking' pictures - - - likes bicyele hikes - - - Hgoin' to C. Y. 0.2" - ,- - hard worker - - - dependable - - - ad getter superb - - - mimeograph artist - - - auxiliary fireman - - - another Pasteur - - - likes lemon- ade - - - believes in taking late walks - - - across the bridge - - - a great friend - - - is sure to succeed. Page Thirteen 507 West Tlzfrai Street . il, fMlfff?Lf9f cf ROSE MARIE GARCZYNSKI Sf. Casimiris 1054 Arfmiraf Pface "Rosie" - - - likes Thousand Islands and "'red" - - - slightly talkative - - - excellent typist - - - loves to walk fast - - - often argues - - - never wins - - - likes new clothes - - - best dresser - - - energetic American History student - - - Grant 's most depend- able salesgirl - - - ardent movie and baseball fan - - - hasn't decided on a. career - - - jolly - - - never seen without a smile - - - loves to bowl - - - teasing - - - likes sundaes, Robert Young, and traveling - - - every- body's friend. The 19-12 ECHO EDWARD J. GILL St. Patricks YOQ Grove Street ' C0-SALUTATQRIAN "Ed" - - - one of our better Senior bowlers - - - paper boy - - - has a slave CJ. O'N.j - - - smart - - - one of the "Trig Triow - - - always around and willing to help out - - - bass soloist - - - railroads his hobby - - - seo- retary of class - - - always the last to hand in assignments - - - great reader - - - fond of Halliburton - - - one of those cyclists - - - likes to borrow pencils - - - owner says good- bye - - - representative at Boys' State - - will succeed. arf I LM FRANCES E. HADDEN St. Patrfctek' 350 West Fourttz Street V "Fran" - - - "Skippy', - - - artist - - - fashion critic - - - Dear John - - - incessant giggler - - - good dancer - - - gay - - - loves to hear a good joke - - - reads all of the latest books - - - never fails to get her ten - - - e fastidious - - - all in all is a swell pal - - - fine worker for the year-book - - - gets a letter a day - - - always dependable - - - compiles History notebooks - - - talented in English, too - - - always humming and singing - - - likes flowers - - - nraking a garden - - - also an Army scrapbook - - - "super," T h c 194 2 E C H o Page Fourteen 1 77 CECILIA C. HOLLERAN St. Patricia Q 558 West Washington Avenue "Ceci" - - - friendly - - - loves to hike - - - pretty hands - - - kniis - - - nonchalant - - - always has a. smile - - - reporter for Clarion - - - ardent church-gocr - - - sodality support- er - - - likes cookies, cheese crackers, and chocolate cake - - - Very persevering - - - wants to be a dietitian - - - goes to a. soda. fountain and orders milk - - - unassuming - - - well liked. Wjyyrf V e Ml RICHARD 1. LAGONEGRO St. Pafricicis 1852 Davis Street "Richie"' - - - drives the family bus - - - appealing to opposite sex - - - A 8: P's ace butcher - - - good worker - - - loves to add a little weight to a pound of meat by carving his fingers - - - shorthander deluxe - - - great sportsmen - - - fond of spaghetti - - - and a good time - - - "Where shall we go P" - - - yearns to be a. jitterbug - - - likes to sing - - - f'Because of You" - - - good at baseball, football, and basketball - - - passes inspection. Page Fifteen The 1942 ECHO JAMES E. MCGANN r SS. Peter ana, Pauls' 111 Sullivan Street "Jiml' - - - makes out-of-town calls - - - often Seen around "Fairview" - - - Sportsman - - - , f great sports writer - - - S. T. A. man - - - i pride of St. Pete's - - - debater - - - big vocabulary - - - only a grease monkey now, but just wait. ! ! - - - never takes down r assignments - - - nor does them I - - - locker boy - - - likes to enliven a study period by singing - - - always asleep - - - in school - - - likes banana splits - - - when he can aiord them - - - O. K. - x X I I . N X M, v' K. .Al ,I 53 1 , , . J MADLYN A. MCIN ERN EY Sf. Patricfels 418 West Pourflz Street HONOR STUDENT "Maggie" - - - hates to be called that except by her father - - - has beautiful dark hair - - - it's so shiny ! - - - ought to be used to royalty - - she 's Queen at every carnival - - - life of tl1e party - - - you can see the mischief in her eyes - - - loves to dance- - - never misses one - - - looks darling in pigtails - - - the other 'biologist - - - full of fum - - - smiles constantly - - - one swell pal - - - likes cherry eokes - - - best ever. The 1942 Eeuo Page Sirvww . E FRANCIS D. MALQN EY Sf. Marys 385 Permsyfvania Avenue HONOR STUDENT "Butch" - - - editor of Clarion - - - our business manager - - - works at Mark Twain - - - likes to dance, but C21 - - - outdoor sport - - - likes to fish, yearns to hunt - - - wants to go to Ireland - - - Ujumpin? butter- balls!" - - - girls envy his permanent - - - very dependable - - - loyal supporter of St. Mary's - - - associate judge at Boys' State - - - likes ginger ale and apple pie - - - will get ahead. K' .feeffuslfif-cf' 9' c F," ici: i V ' .J -!- .Q ,, -,Qw JSA. " wi' St. Marys 602 Huaison Street VALEDICTORIAN "Aggie" - - - brilliant - - - imaginative - - - likes hot dogs and good shows - - - well read on the classics - - - passion for music - - - lovely voice - - - judge of personalities - - - reserved nature - - - writes beautiful poetry - - - generous - - - artistic tempera- ment - - - cooperative - - - grand friend - - - an active C. D. A. member - - - associate editor of the Clarion - - - our French club secretary. . V Page Seventeen Th re 1 9 4 2 E 0 H o if MARY F. O'LEARY SL- Patricks 318 Roe Avenue "Olie" - - - powerful maple buster - - - can really throw them down the alley - - - hates butter - - - never wears a hat - - - seems quiet - - - until you know her - - - pretty brown eyes - - - loves canoe rides - - - calls people by their last name - - - likes cherry cokes and cocoanut cream pie - - - goes to movies, especially the Colonial - - - likes "Horseheads" - - - bashful - - - wants to be a stenographer - - - hopes to finish school first! - - - nice. I '75 IQ' Azdfwa, fldpak' 'ww' ffwvfvgf 2' t ' Q D 1 ' Q' ,df60Cfd! i l urls NV' H' il ff N55 tif! IEAN L. REIDY Sf. Pafrfclefs 41536 West Tl'u'ra7 Street HONOR STUDENT "Jeannie" - - - energetic - - - likes a good time - - - drives the family ear - - - friendly - - - loves to dance - - - sunny disposition - - - don't argue politics with her - - - it's fatal - - - wonderful sense of humor - - - forever Writing poetry - - - darling smile - - - big haiel eyes - - - yellow is her color - - - popular - - - holds her own in Trig class - - - active in everything - - - her one fear is of bats - - - piano player deluxe - - - delightful compan- 1on. The 1942 ECHO Page Ei!I7lfU07" 15 L . Wjjo fgvjfaffwl DGRIS M. SCHMIDT Sf. Patricks Upper Granal Centralflvenue HCNOR STUDENT "Schn1itty" - - - beautiful eyes - - - lots of fun - - - intelligent - - - excellent dancer - - - likes to do the polka - - - yen for cokes and chocolate cake - - - fits into every occasion - - - congenial - - - always singing - - - has a lovely voice - - - always smiling - - - associate editor of "Clarion" - - - likes canoeing - - - always chewing gum - - - frequently absent - - - prodigious meinory. Page Nineteen MADELIN E M. RUDDICK Si. Ceciliais 1203 Lake Sfreef CO-SALUTATORIAN "Madge" - - - always practical - - - Seniors' own Florence Nightingale - - - budding biolo- gist - - - supplies all worms for terrarium - - - likes nothing better than a. tramp through the woods - - - never a dull moment when she's around - - - wonderful sense of humor - - - dies a thousand deaths during Religion class - - - one of the best s - - has never missed the honor roll. jQJnf,Zwff-iffy X Q L75 The 1942 ECHO DAVID J. SHAY r SS. Peter anal Pauls OOO East Wafer Street "Davie" - - - fladies' manl - - - baseball fan - - - "popcorn, peanuts, chewing gum and candy l" - - - always willing to lend a hand - - - several good ads to his credit - - - belongs to the '-'Book-A-Day-Clubl' - - - he 's its only member - - - ngoin' to the Sy hony tonight T' - - - always on time for sch - - - "Did ya hear the one a out?" - - 1at's what you think ' - - ill ce 1 y pass. Wffj wffffl' ' PETER F. SHIELDS t Sf. Patricks 344 Webber Place "Pete" - - - editor of this annual - - - VVright's super salesman - - - ad getter ex- traordinary - - - popular - - - dependable - - - Ryll 's. ' The 1942 Ecno PflL16T1UU'lf1l '75 paper boy - - - always joking - - - good en- tertainer - - - A-1 Biologist - - - camera fan - - - likes the out of doors - - - grapefruit - - - coEee and jelly doughnuts - - - convention delegate - - - "that's all right!" - - - "lVanna buy a good paper route 'F' - - - often seen at DANIEL I. SULLIVAN Sf. Marys 573 Lyon Sfreei "Danny" - - - accredited shortest 'fman" in the class - - - hearty laugh - - - always joking - - - Edwardis "pride and j0y" - - - Earl and Jerry's, a favorite spot - - - seen almost anywhere in town - - - well liked - - - a pal to everyone - - - attends all the parties and dances - - - "Hey, McGee!" - - - likes to talk - - - especially during classes - - - a bright future. lwljfffne ELIZABETH T. SULLIVAN Sf. Marys 213 South Avenue "Sully,' - - - "Betty" - - - talkative - - - ardent gum chewer - - - good sorority sister - - - frank - - - visits in Pennsylvania - - - always rides the bus - - - jolly - - - lots of fun - - - works in the 5 8: 10 - - - has a nice personality - - - likes vanilla cokes - - - always seen at Ryll's - - - loves shorthand - - - Evely11's pal - - - St. Mary 's girl - - - liked by all. I Page T'1UI?Il'f.ll'0Il6 T h c 1 9 4 2 E C H 0 4. IAMES I. SULLIVAN Sf. Patricks Q25 Lincofn Street "Jim?' - - - class president - - - often seen around Third Street - - - likes all sports - - - works at the college - - - popular - - - good-natured - - - loves to sing and play the piano - - - his choice, the Navy - - - frequent visitor at Soapy's - - - dotes on hamburgers, cheese sandwiches and chocolate milk - - - "Blues in The Night" - - - looks very promis- llt - ' 3 2 D- I Honor Students In this Class of 1942, composed of twenty-five members, eight students have merited the distinction of being Honor Students. They have maintained during three and one half years an average of eighty-five percent, or over. The valedictorian of the class is Agnes O'Herron and the co-salutatorians, Edward Gill and Madeline Ruddick. 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'I -Ir ' ' I I-V V-r-5. --If If'I. I - rf -'Ip - -V I - VI I . I IIII .X-II - V I .152-I I-.j I:.IfI-II-.VII I III. I-I - I. I. II I . I II I ".' 'l'-If'-1" II-I - I IIrI I I II 'QII ' I If I 4 j I U lunior Class Our Hrst official act as upper classmen was one befitting our dignity as such - the election of our officers. Claire McCarthy was chosen class presi- dentg James Flynn, vice-presidentg Jeanette Manocchio, treasurer and VVil- liam Thomas, secretary. The student body witnessed, on April 1, a Junior triumph in the form of a panel discussion on Inter-American relations. April 29 marked the ap- pearance of the Junior issue of "The Clarion" ftofficial school periodicall, which was " about the best yetv - as someone aptly put it. Along the line of money-producing enterprises, the Class of 1943 has been singularly successful. The annual carnival was presented on April 22 in the scout rooms, featuring booths for games, refreshments and novelties. A coat-hanger campaign, during which we sold about 700 of these discarded, despised articles to a dry-cleaner, supplemented the carnival proceeds to provide a Junior-Senior banquet tit for a king. And, so, at the end of a highly successful year, we fondly anticipate taking over the senior homeroom next fall. U A Seniors Lament In knowledge and in years, They 're behind us just a stepg But it Won't be very long, For they're oh-so full of pep! Yes, the Junior Class is fine, Of complaints you'll find no traceg But we'll regret it, all the same, VVhen they come to take our place. --Jean Reidy '42 Page Twenty-Se-ven T h c 1 9 4 2 E C H 0 CLASS OF 1944 - GIRLS Last row: Margaret M. Crossed, Florence Kennedy, Eleanor 0'Hanlon, Patricia Guthrie, Patricia Maloney. Third row: Barbara Easson, Patricia 0'Connor, Mary K. Lundergan, Alice Hughes, Mar- garet Bralnn. Second row: Joan Curran, Cecilia Kruckow, Mary Lou Murphy, Kathleen Milliken, Dorothy Aifeldt, Jean Aderhold. .. .9 Front row: Mary Teresa Splann, Mary Ann Galvin, Kathleen Reidy, Mary Catherine Richards, Madlyn Glune. QPau1ine Malandra - absent from pictureq SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Left to right: Madlyn Clune--President Walter Ervin-Treasurer William Maloney-Secretary Margaret Brann-Vice President Th U 1 9 4 2 E C H 0 Page T-weflfy-EMM Wrtiiitaiftwi CLASS OF 1944 - BOYS ' Last row: John Bush, Walter Ervin, John Rogan. Third row: J ames Collins, Robert Sullivan, William Ryll, John Wihnowt, Robert MacNa,ma,ra.. Second rowz- Joseph 0'Neil1, G-eorge Mclnerney, Emidio Battisti, Joseph Shannon, John' Battersby, James Powell. ihrst row: Adrian McCarthy, Frederick Cla-rk, Robert McGa,nn, John Ruddick, William ' Maloney, Richard Basler. Nj QJ ack Groux - absent from picture! The So ioxnores returned o school this year with everyone accounted for and one new member, Jack Groux. Very soon after the reopening of one of Cheinung County's largest educational institutions, the Class of ,414 elected as officers: president, Madlyn Cluneg vice-president, Margaret Branng sec- retary, VVilliam Maloneyg treasurer, VValter Ervin. Shortly before the midyear examinations, the Sophomore Class presented their homeroom with a beautiful patriotic emblem. In February the Class held a dance to which they generously invited the Freshmen. Now We are anxiously looking forward to that time when we shall bestow 'upon Room 3 the dignity and honor which we have in the past conferred upon Rooms 1 and 2. Page Twenty-Nine T 11, c 1 9 4 2 E C H 0 4 . lla 3ls3il3l'2zla ,Noi 1 N l t Y v all u 5 1 ly, 1,1 . rr l A W., vb '. R 'Aly il Y, .MH xx R -LJ ' . av.: s X A H, R. V x Q., -.. L Q3 l 'f R CLASS OF 1945 - GIRLS Last row: Joan Gallagher, Marian Hurley, Millicent Rogan, Dorothy McGarry, Doris Stenberg, Constance Gawronski. x Third row: Kathryn Thomas, Ann Hadlock, Patricia Long, J can Mafcdonell, Ann Maron-sy. 5 Second row: Mary Lou Sheldon, Geraldine Bacon, Teresa Nicholson, Sally Feldman, Alice In Murphy, Ruth Easson. . First-row: Rita Gresko, Teresa Gordon, Teresa. I-Iourihan, Margaret Ayres, Mary Ellen l - X -4 . 0'Conner, Mary Kennedy. ' 1 Crherese Balttersby, Angeline Cardone and Jane Winiecki absent from picture! 'O Freshman Activities Last September the class of 1945 began its high school career in fear and trembling. Everything seemed strange at first and we wandered around the hall not knowing what to do, 'but we soon accustomed ourselves to high school life. The boys and girls became acquainted and we had election of officers. Robert Vetter was elected president, Teresa Gordon, vice-president, - Frank Longwell, treasurer and Therese Battersby, secretary. Everyone took an active part in mission work. Jean Macdonell was elected Freshman class promoter. In February we were invited to a dance given by the Sophomores. All who attended had an enjoyable time. On March 17 the C. S. M. C. held a Rabbit Hunt. This also was enjoyed by the Freshmen. Now that we are well-seasoned Freshmen, we realize that we had nothing to fear on that first day of school. ' 1942 ECHO Page Thuty f' , . ff 7, Z . Ani x y I 'fax ' 1 I' ' , 'Nr I L' 4T.fpf"tZj?' aff aff, I Q ' 'V Q2 fl ' i ' N 'f ""' V 'V ' , J. c R ,+R c - J R v V f ' I V .JD 1 ' ff!! CLASS or -Bo s ,' 5 X f' I . ,h cffi -f,'Q4 Last row: Robe 'N ,f.f,fb5N!7f1,f" A Third row: Rich r e Je ne erwan, iel eeland, J Schmidt. ' Second row: Ric Gra. e J' n F01 , ic urke, a. augherty. 1' First row: Charles rr, Fr s Falbetfta, wrence Murph J oi Sheehe, Paul Owefx. 0 ' ,nf , 1 f ! A , ,X5 ' ' Xfxh ':!'j , f 5 J i I ,. A K 1" 1 N "" ' 9' " Jf'-C . A' 1 .,aA- R f' 1 . I N OFFICERS e din Ro Ve -P sident J ngwe -Treasur 1' X eresa rdon-Vicea' resident . e Battersb . ecretary Page Thyirla nc The 1942 ECHO Last ancl Testament n Vlfe, the Class of 1942 of Elmira Catholic High School, being of sound mind and memory, do make, execute. publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament. We bequeathe: To Father Burns-our sincere gratitude for his guidance both in and out of school. To our teachers-our deep appreciation for their eiorts in striving untiringly ' to bring out and strengthen whatever good qualities We may have possessed. To the Juniors-complete possession of Room IV and an easy access to the fire escape. To the Sophomores-the task of raising money for a Junior-Senior banquet. To the Frosh-more freedom and safety in the halls than they have had d1u'ing the past year. To VVillian1 Thomas-Daniel Sullivan's ability to 'tget laughs." To Raymond Szupello-David Shay's way with the ladies. To Francis Doran-Bob Ervin 's meclianical ability. To Patsy Bonsignore-Joe Curran's place in Latin IV. To Robert Lisi-Jean Reidy's driving ability? To William Connelly--James McGann's ability to sleep under any conditions, anytime. To Robert Barnes-Thomas Burke 's accuracy with paper-wads. To Peggy Serosky-a little of Anna Marie's height. To Dorothy Burns-Doris Schmidt 's shade of lipstick. To Helen Kelley-Agnes O'Herron's brains. To Therese Richardson-Frances Hadden's history ability. To John Kerwan and VVilliam Owen - Peter Shield 's and Frankie Bonsig- nore's ability to act as burglars in the school play. To Bolton Terwilliger-Mary O'Leary's ability to get strikes. To Mary Brady-Rose Marie's skill in giving recitations udth her hands. T'o -Stanley VViniecki-Richard Lagonegro's place in Catholic High sports. To Thomas Connelly-Francis Maloney's paper route and business ability. To Vincent Cardone-James Sullivanis voice. To Mary M. 'Weingart-Madlyn McInerney's smile. To Eleanor Carey-Madeline Ruddick's ability as a biologist. To Irene Lagonegro-Cecilia Holleran's knack of making fudge. To Regina Schneck-Betty Clokels personality. To Jean Peel-Betty Sullivan's gum. To Jeanette Manocchio-Mary Ruth's job of selling good humor. To James Flynn-Edward Gill's pin-setting ability. In VVitness VVhereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names. The Class of 1942 Frank Bonsignore James McGann Th 0 1 9 4 2 E c H o Page Thirty-Two P11110 Thir Fourth row: Vetter, Longwell, Kerwan, Sullivan, Terwilliger Third row: Ervin, Owen, Sullivan, Collins, Shay, Bonsignore, Shields Second row: Ryll, Sheehe, Kerwan, Wilmot, Bonsignore, Foley First row: Orr, Battlsti Bowling Season 1941-42 Much enthusiasm greeted the opening of the fourth year of the ECH Bowling League, as the 1941-42 season was ushered in September 17 at the K of C alleys. The league was highly successful and provided many thrills for bowlers and spectators. This year's champions were Frankie Bonsignore's Marvels who defeated Jimmy Sullivan 's Royal Masters in the grand finale. The Marvels - Jerry Kerwan, Francis Doran, Jimmy Flynn, Patsy and Frankie Bonsignore, ont- rolled the warlike Tomahawks, the spunky Lucky Strikes, and the Royal Masters to take all the scoring honors. In one gala night the Marvels rolled the high total of 2247 and the high game of 832, while Jerry Kerwan chalked up a neat 559 for three games. Earlier in the campaign Kerwan marked 234 for high single. Two pin classics were held this year. Bob Sullivan captured the mythical "M31Jl6lll3St61',, crown in the Singles Tournament with a 571 total. Regina Schneck and Bolton Terwilliger won the Mixed Doubles Tourney in a close contest for the second consecutive year. Good sportsmanship was shown by all entries and the matches were witnessed by a majority of the students. fJl.Th.7'gg T ll C 1 9 4 2 ECHO A Can You imagine Betty Cloke six feet tall? A. M. Dlugokinski without an armful of books? Mary Ruth Dunn not treating? R. M. Garczynski not smiling? Frances Hadden with her assignments incomplete? Cecilia Holleran without a giggle? Madlyn Mclnerney not being "Queen"? Agnes O'Herron shouting? Mary O'Leary in perpetual silence? Jean Reidy weighing 200 pounds? Madeline Ruddick without her bicycle? Doris Schmidt on time? Elizabeth Sullivan speaking French? Frank Bonsignore unhappy? Thomas Burke working in a study? Joseph Curran without an answer? Robert Ervin disagreeable? Edward Gill getting up at 6 o'clock? Richard Lagonegro reading Shakespeare? Frank Maloney idle? James McGrann out of trouble 'Z ' A David Shay not reading a book? Peter Shields upset? Daniel Sullivan studious? James Sullivan not singing? F TWENTY-FIVE MORE PERFECT SENIORS THAN THE CLASS OF '42? Cneither can web -Frances Hadden '42 C' Tlzese 1942 Seniors! Such unusual seniors - Every one so very different - Never a dull moment, for they 're Intelligent, energetic, enthusiastic. Obscure destines they will fulfill, Remembering their teachers' friendly advice. Success awaits them all, we hope ' -Anna Marie Dlugokinski '42 V T h e 1 9 4 2 E 0 H o Page Thirty-Four V ..S- ' -..lx A ., 1 if . Ni QS? -R' , . :il v 4, , f Q Qi? N . i fx N SN? E, L x sm- Y m ms ka s is A XQ S. 1 X x wosxl' x X 5- 1 X Q x , X W Q .L 4 , my Q x 5 X s x Gn Getting Up ln The Morning Never is the thought "Life is real, life is earnest" so impressed upon man as in the early A. Mfs. Never does anything seem so real, so earnest, in other words, such a terrible job as the task that "blitzkriegs" you when the alarm rings and you think - "I've got to get up - now." Speaking purely from a technical point of view, the situation is acute. You are suffering - admit it - from a psychological attack of predestined fatigue Cdogus tiredus.J The idea preys upon you - tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow I shall have to get up when the clock goes ling a ling, brrring kong kong kong brr ladle ladle ladle ladle. You mutter to yourself, yea - - - a veritable Macbeth f- that doth murder sleep! Even at work when you are deep in the nation's problems, you find yourself drawing miniature alarm clocks on your scratch pad. Snoozing to catch up on lost sleep, you dream that a fat. alarm clock, with a sneer on his face, tells you just to try not getting up and he 'll ring earlier tomorrow and give you the works. You threaten to take this two-timer apart but he gives you a blow that sets your head reeling - before your eyes he goes on day- light saving time and you lose another hour! lVhen you trudge home, you think that now you will sleep. But time seems to race. So quickly do the hours fly that at three in the morning you unconsciously open one eye to see if the clock is planning any sabotage. You actually long for the alarm to go off so that you can get up and shake the Hdaylights out of it." The cheery song of that radio man, "Get up, get out, and meet the sun halfway," has all the hollowness of a death chant to you. There must be a remedy, of course. Persuade the subconscious reaction of the psyche - ? There is a better way. NVhy not abolish all alarm clocks? No ear-piercing shriek at five, no cursed reveille! Let us be liberated from this antiquated custom by a constitutional amendment. After all, our an- cestors killed oi their enemies so that they could get a good night 's sleep in peace. Write your congressman now. Provision for such a sleep should be added to the common law. Then you can put a. sign over the bed - "habeas corpus"-later, close your eyes tranquilly-"to sleep, perchance' to dream." "0 sleep! it is a gentle thing, Beloved from pole to pole!" Agnes 0 'Herron '42 The 1942 ECHO Page Th11tySm: In September, "something new" was added to Catholic High's list of activities-the Camera Club. At the first meeting' Cctober 3, the fol- lowing officers were elected: president Robert Erving vice- president, Joseph Currang secretary, Jean R-eidy, and treasurer, James Sullivan. Under the direction of Father Heisel, of St. John 's parish, the members of the organization have learned much about the technique of picture-taking, Great en- thusiasm among' our twenty- five ' 'shutter-bugs " was aroused, as was proved by the clicking of cameras heard a l year. T116 CRIHCIG Clu L James Sullivan, Robert Ervin, Joseph Curran, Jean Reidy The School Orchestra-nEchoesn The members of the orchestra are Mr. Ray Devlin, directorg Eleanor 0'Haulon, pianistg Robert Lisi, saxaphoneg Robert Grace, clarinetg Eleanor Maloney, drums: Stanley Winiecki, guitarg and Madlyn Clunle, vocalist. The school orchestra has provided us with a great deal of musical entertainment during the past year. It has played for many school af- fairs, such as the Christmas A s s e m b ly, Washington's Birthday Assembly, the Sophomore-Freshman Dance g and also for Father Brien's party at the Country Cluvb, for St. Patrick's Sodality en- tertainment and for the Holy Name Society. We wish to extend our appreciation t.o Father Bisky, who founded the orchestra three years ago and, through whose con- tinued interest, it has become such a success. Our thanks also go out to Mr. Ray Dev- lin, the orchestra director. Page Tlvirty-Seven T lb 6 1 9 4 2 E C H O Sept. 2 Sept. 4 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Sept. 25 Sept. 25 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 3 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Oct. 24-25 Nov. 8 Nov. 11 ' Nov. 18 Nov. 19 Dec. 6 Dec. 19 Dec. 25 Dec. 30 Jan. 1 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 21 Jan. 26 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 March 1 March 5 March 12 March 17 March 20 Now lt Can Be Told "I must go down to school again." We're still looking for books. American Legion assembly. Girls open bowling season. Seniors elect class oificers. Le Cercle Francais olficers chosen. Camera Club gets under way - officers selected. Clarion booster day. "Where's your Tagill' C. Y. O. starts activities. Later-Ryll's swamped-"Rambling VVreck" screeches forth from Ujukel' box. ECHO staff chosen. Claire and Bolton crowned "King and Queen of the Harvest" at C. D. A. sport dance. Joe Curran reveals hidden talents at Reidy's party. Six seniors attend convention at Syracuse. Betty Cloke bowls 148 - a boast of the fair sex. Mission launches paper drive. 'Memberil Frances Hadden wins cartoon contest. Superman to the rescue! Senior Festival - a crowning success for Madlyn Mclnerney and Jimmie Sullivan. Delegation sent to Rochester for Press Convention - Eleanor Maloney holds her own in "Quiz Kid" contest. "Christmas Triminingsn proves a howling success. Vacation starts with a bang. Santa turned out full force for Seniors. My-you must have been good little boys and girls! C.D.A. Cl11'lStlI1HS Ball. New formals sported by many Senior girls. Happy New Year! Back to school to rest up after vacation. Resolutions thrown out the window. Seniors face Intermediate Regents like real men? Door to Latin 4 opens - Joe Curran alone enters. Rehearsals in full swing for Lions Club Follies. Bolo act hit of the show. Will you be my Valentine? Juniors and seniors attend pre-Lenten party. Seniors pay tribute to Vlfashington in Assembly. Bill week observed. Oratorical contest held. Year book underway full speed. Another contest! Elmira merchants are pursued by seniors for ads. Phi Rho displayed their bit o'green at Shamrock Shuffle. Camera Club still looking for new members. of Rights The 1942 Ecuo -W Page Thii"tyE1yM March 23 E. C. II. S. opens limiting season, looking for "Bunnies" in the scout rooms. April 1 "Good-Neighbors" theme carried out for Junior assembly. April 5 Put on your Easter bonnet. April 6 Adventurous senior boys enlbark on a three day bicycle hike. April 8 Explorers return - minus one bike and two nights' sleep. April 27 Yearbook campaign started. May 1 Our Lady's month - students sing in the hall. ' May 4 etc. Measles and niunips attack Catholic High. May 14 No school. Junior-Senior game - Seniors walk awa.y with long faces. May 18 Frank Maloney has his appendix out. May 19 Rainy day. Gonna. get a single? No. May 26 Junior Day - Seniors feted at banquet Mark Twain - Senior Prom follows. June 3 Senior Day! Seniors in their glory. Well, we don't get on the stage often. June 15-19 Final exams - "The day of wrath, that dreadful day"! June 21 The Big Day! Graduation at St. Patriek's at 3 p. ni. Bishop Kearney presiding. C' Members of Clarion Stan of Elmira Catholic High School pose with trophy won for having mimeographed school paper judged best at St. Bonaventure College Press Conference, Seated are Cfrom Lefty Doris Schmidt, Frank Maloney and Agnes 0'I-Ierron. Standing, Joseph Curran and Madeline Ruddick. Page Thirty-Nino The 1 9 4 2 11. c H 0 ECI-I0 STAFF Seated Frances Hadden Madlyn Mclnerney Peter Shields Jean. Reidy Art Editor Co-Editor Editor-in-Chief Assistanrt Business Manager Standing: Francis Maloney Robert Ervin Business Manager Photography Editor C' Syracuse Convention The fourth annual Empire State School Press Convention was held on October 24-25, 1941, at the Hotel Onondaga. in Syracuse. The delegates from the Catholic High were Frank Maloney, Peter Shields, R-obert Ervin, Doris Schmidt, Agnes O'Herron, and Madeline R-uddick. Mrs. Merrill Hadlock, Sister Mary Stephen and Sister Teresa Clare also attended. The main events of the convention were lectures by well-known jour- nalists and educators, a. banquet and dance, and a football game between Syracuse University and Rutgers College. The convention was very valuable to the Clarion and Echo staffs, as it gave the delegates the opportunity of finding out new and interesting ways of publishing school papers and year- books. Q 1942 Bono Page Polly -CLARI - Published Monthly by the Students of Elmira Catholic High School Elmira, New York Ecu-ls VICTORIOUS AGAIN Sf. Bonavenfure's Hosf To Young Journalisfs For the fourth consecutive year, the Clar- ion was awarded a silver trophy at the Annual School Press Convention held May 9 at St. Bonaventure 's College. Catholic High was well represented by a Large delegation. Nineteen students, accom- panied by Mrs. James Ruddiek and Mrs. Arthur Nolan, left Elmira early in the morn- SYRACUSE DELEG-ATES ing and traveled by bus to Olean. Through- out the day they enjoyed the contests, lec- tures, and informal discussions conducted by prominent figures in school and professional journalism. The crowning event of the day, however, to our students, was the awarding of first prize to the Clarion in the ininieo- gi-aphed paper department. A CLARION STAFF Editor Francis Maloney Ass't Editors Agnes 0'Herron Doris Schmidt Art Editors P. Shields, F. Hadden W. Thomas Girculation Editor M. Ruddick Sports Editor J. McGann Business Manager J. Curran Feature Editors J. Reidy E. Maloney Mimeographing F. Bonsignore R. Ervin, R. Lagonegro Typists M. R. Dunn, M. McInerney B. Cloke, M. 0'Lea'ry Proofreader E. Gill Alumni Reporter D. Shay Reporters G. Holleran, T. Burke T. Millikren, R. Szupillo M. T. Splann, R. Sullivan Member of the Empire State School Press Association Frank Maloney, Doris Schmidt, Agnes 0'Herron Madeline Ruddick, Peter Shields, Robert Ervin Page Forty-One Q The 1942 ECHO Christmas Assembly The Senior Glass, on December 19, presented a very enjoyable Christmas program. James McGann acted as Master of Ceremonies. After a. few cordial words of welcome by the class president, James Sullivan, a religious tableau was presented. The part of the Blessed Virgin was taken by Madlyn Mclnerney and that of St. Joseph by Edward Gill. Then Mary Ruth Dunn renewed childhood memories by reciting "'Twas the Night before Christmas," during the course of which Santa Claus and his reindeer came dashing in. The main feature of the program, a play entitled 'N' Christmas Trimmingsf' was participated in by Frank Bonsignore, Peter Shields, Joseph Curran, Madeline Ruddick, Jane Grady, Frank Maloney, Betty Cloke, James Sullivan, Jean Reidy, Frances Hadden. Afterwards, gifts were distributed to the faculty and students by Santa Claus .fRichard Lagonegro sh-h lj. Father Burns closed the program by extending to us his Christmas wishes as well as bringing to our minds the religious significance of the season. 5? Wasbington's Birthday Assembly To celebrate VVashington's Birthday and Bill of Rights NVeek, the seniors presented at assembly on February 20 an interesting program. James Sullivan, president of the senior class, introduced the various numbers. After the Salute to the Flag and the singing of "The Star-Spangled Banner' ', a one-act play, "George W'ashington's Valentine' ', was given by Agnes O'Herron, Robert Ervin, Joseph Curran, Betty Cloke, Daniel Sullivan, Frank Bonsignore, and David Shay. Following the play Barbara Ann Romasser, a charming little "sub-freshman" from the fourth grade, recited "Etiquette " Then T. A. Daly's "Little Giorgio Washiiigtoiii' was dramatically rendered by Patsy Bonsig- nore. Afterwards, "something different" took place. A group of senior boys enacted several scenes to show life under a dictatorship and what could happen here if it were not for certain Amendments. From these blood- curdling tableaux, the audience was made to realize its good fortune to be living in free America. This was followed by Lawrence Murphy's recitation of a short piece. Between numbers the school orchestra played and the students sang popular songs. After a few words from our principal, Father Burns, this very successful patriotic assembly came to a close with the singing of "God Bless America" and "My Country 'Tis of Thee." Tie 1942 ECHO Page FortyTwo Qratorical Contest On February 27 was held the annual oratorical con- test sponsored by the American Legion. The assembly opened with a prayer by Father Burns. After the salute to the flag and the singing of "My Country 'Tis of Theen by the student body, Mr. Lawrence Hastings spoke on behalf of the American Legion. Robert Ervin introduced the speakers: Lois Basler, Jack Bush, Joseph Curran, Eleanor Maloney, Francis Maloney, Kathleen Milliken. and NVillia1n Thomas. Robert Ervin introducing the speakers: Seated: Eleanor Maloney, Kathleen Milliken Lois Basler Standing: William Thomas Francis Maloney Jack Bush Joseph Curran ffl F Mi F f Lois Basler, a Junior, was awarded the first prize, the medal of the American Legion, with her topic: "The Constitution and the Negro." The judges were Sister Constance, Mr. Bertram Comstock, Mr. Lawrence Hastings, Major Thomas Hanlon. The assembly closed with the singing of "The Star-Spangled Banner." Lois Basler Mr. Lawrence Hastings Page Forty-Tlzrec T IL c 1 9 4 2 E c H 0 French Club are The members Madeline Ruddick, Mary 0'Leary, Mary Ruth Dunn, Betty Gloke, Anna Marie Dlugokinski, Agnes 0'Herron, Madlyn Mclnerney, Rose Marie Garczynski, Joseph Curran, Frank Mar lonfey, Thomas Burke, Edward G-ill. Le Cercle Francais This year "Le Cercle Francais" started out "tout de suite" by electing officers: president, Joseph Curran 5 vice-president, Mary Ruth Dunng secretary, Agnes O'Herron, treasurer, Thomas Burke. "Sciences" were held each Friday. Instead of answering with their names, the members re- plied to the roll call by giving proverbs, names of flowers, vegetables, animals, provinces, etc., " en francais." During the course of these meet- ings, odd bits of French background material were unearthed, recitations given, games played - Hlnots croisesf' Highlights in the yearls activi- ties were the Christmas play "La Veille de Noel" and a trip "en massew to the Arnot Art Gallery to view the French masterpieces on display there. A Maidens Prayer CWitl1 apologies to Padraic Columj Oh, to have a fine new bike XVith shining handle bars and all - The latest gadgets - and two good tires, That I might answer the robin's call! Ooh! but I'm weary of busy streets, Of the city with all its trouble and toil, When I might be flying o'er hill and dale, With never a need of gas or oil! And I am asking my mother and dad, And I am begging them night and day, For a pretty bike -- a bike of my own - To go whizzing along on my merry way! r, Madeline Ruddick 542 The 1942 Ecuo Page F0ffyF0w ,. 5-' v Let S Win This War! 'A In the Past yOu have undoubtedly heard Ivu in il: these strong, well-known words "save, share, Etg ln and ration." Vilell, 1ny friend, these words not only apply to you but to every loyal American who wants to defeat the Axis. '- This is no longer a time of that leisure which We are so used to having. Today we have a job to do. As you know, there is a shortage of rubber, gasoline, tires, automobiles, and sugar. Our first duty isn't to see how much we can hoard but how much we can conserve. The fighting forces of America need these materials more than we do. They are the ones who are giving up their lives that we may live in peace. The least we can do is to give them the materials with which to work. These materials which our government is asking us to conserve are the nation's lifeline. They can't operate tanks and trucks without gasoline and tires. They canlt build trucks and tanks if everyone is going to buy a new pleasure car and the army must eat, if it isnexpected to do its best. Regardless of these facts, many people are busy getting in that large stock of supplies. If you should ask them if they were hoarding, they would probably say, 'lWl1y, I'm just getting in a stock of supplies before the prices go up? Vlfhether they know it or not, they are the ones who cause the prices to rise and they are the ones who spell "defeat" I might make one exception in regard to hoarding of vital materials. You may buy as many Defense Bonds as you like. So let's get together and win this war by everyonels doing his part! Peter Shields '42 QTh'is essay -won third place in the Victory Essay Contest sponsored by the New Yo-rk State Depa-rtment of the American L6g'li01lfJ Page Fm.ty,F.i,Ue THC 1942 ECHO A 1 I I I I ! E 1 s E 3 n 5 i E s 5 Q 5 Betty Cloke Mary Ruth Dunn Frances Hadden Cecilia Holleran Anna Marie Dlugokinski Madeline Ruddick Agues O'Herron Betty Sullivan Mary F. O'Leary Rose Marie Garczynski Doris Schmidt Jean Reidy ' Madlyn Mclnerney James Sullivan Thomas Burke David Shay Joseph Curran Edward Gill Frank Maloney James McGann Daniel Sullivan Peter Shields , Robert Ervin Frank Bonsignore Richard Lagonegro W Page Forty-Seven. Singing with The Seniors Coquette So Simple and Sweet Oh, Johnny, Oh Little Bit Independent True So Rare Imagination Scatterbrain When Irish Eyes Are Smiling Smilinl Thru Sophisticated Lady You Hit the Spot It's Just the Mood that I'm In Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair How Long Did I Dream The Vilhistling Cowboy I'll Never Forget Oh, Hoi ate t et Up in the Morning Take e Out no the a Ga 1 Li , L 'n , Laughi ' , Sii U Yo orries T Footloos nd Fane ree Ilm Sl tin' High For e's a Jolly ood Fellow Happy in Lov yn Mclnerney '42 M L Anal ow, Gooalla Sil son of-s hoo ai , e C ' 1, e and twenty s niors Grieve to say g od-bye. WVe'l1 treasure in our Il16I11,1'i6S, Laughter, joy, and tears, And always we shall cherish Four unforgetful years. Doris Schmidt '42 The 1942 ECHO The Catholic Students Mission Crusade Tl1e Catholic Students Mission Crusade has been very successful at Catholic High this year. The activities be- gan when Joseph Curran was elected president, Madaline Ruddiclc, secretary, and Francis Maloney, treasurer. John Kerwan, Robert Sullivan, and Jean Macdonell were chosen Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman promoters, re- spectively. In October two Sisters of our Lady of Africa gave a lecture and movies on their missions in French Algeria and Morocco. Some of the activities of the council were a turkey raffle at Thanksgiving, several cake sales, and at Easter a "rabbit hunt" which proved very successful. There were also several paper drives which added a large sum of money to the mission treasury. The 1 Liturgical Convention On December 6 at Nazareth Academy, Rochester, there was held a Catholic School Press Convention. Twenty-four students from Catholic High, accompanied by Sisters Vincentine, Constance, Joachim, and Mary Stephen, made the trip by bus. They heard many interesting lectures by out- standing speakers of the country, Rev. F. X. Talbot, Miss Ade Bethune, Rev. Paul Furfey, Rev. Benedict Ehmann, Miss Blanche Thompson, and others. These speakers stressed the importance of the liturgy and told the students how they might spread the Christ-Life by means of their school newspaper. The delegates enjoyed inspecting the various high school and college news- paper and book displays. They were very proud of Eleanor Maloney, who, as " Quiz Kid, " won second place in the contest. This convention proved that even an educational event could be at the same t.ime profitable and en- tertaining. 942 Eono Page For ty-Eight Page Forty-Nine R 1- - Joi e, Q Ignguftura Moms 57 RELIGIO-If there is o11e thing in particular that Elmira Catholic High School stands for in the minds of her graduates, it is her splendid religious training and atmosphere. As a result, we shall go forth into the world, armed not only with that practical knowledge afforded by an ordinary high school course, but also with a knowledge of how to attain life 's ultimate goal - the saving of our immortal souls. No amount of earthly wisdom can ever com- pare with the truths of our holy Faith. The preparation for that life which will endure throughout eternity is, therefore, rightly the foremost a.i1n of our beloved Alma Mater. GULTURA-It is also important that we learn those values which make life worthwhile and enjoyable. The necessity of preparation for one's work in this life needs little emphasis in this age of specialization. For all of her students whether they are to continue their studies in college or to enter the business field immediately, Catholic High has her gifts of refinement. The future of each individual is largely of his own making. Those of 'us who will continue our studies realize to an ever-increasing degree the part our days at Catholic High have had in fitting us to meet the demands of a modern college educationg and judging only from the success of those to whom our school has already given a business foundation, it suffices to say that she looks to her record with just pride. In short, she has given us all that is demanded of any secondary school - the necessary practical knowledge in her college entrance and business courses, and an appreciation of those things that make up man 's great inheritance of culture. MORES-Education is certainly more than the acquisition of knowledge, more than the maste1'y of the arts and sciences. The formation of character -- of our morals - is the ultimate end of education. Discipline and stan- dards of conduct are really then the goal to which all learning is directed. Through four years our ideals have been in the process of development - these are ours forever. We can never, therefore, entirely leave our beloved school behind for always we shall carry part of her with us in the careful instruction that she has given us in religion, in culture, in character training. Due to this three-fold education received at Catholic High, we are prepared to go forth having on "the armor of God", "the breastplate of justice", "the helmet of salvation", and armed with "the sword of truthl' and "the shield of faith 'i -A equipped to serve God, our country, and our fellowmen. Joseph Curran ,42 The 1942 Bono lsn't lt True? It's mighty queer, when YO11 stop to think How titles describe us as quick a.s a wink. Peter Shields Joseph Curran David Shay Frank Maloney Edward Gill James Sullivan Frank Bonsignore Thomas Burke Daniel Sullivan James McGann Robert Ervin Mary O'Leary Betty Cloke Anna Marie Dlugokinski Agnes O'Herron Cecilia Holleran Jean Reidy Betty Sullivan Doris Schmidt Frances Hadden Rose Marie Garczynski Mary Ruth Dunn Madeline Ruddick Madlyn Mclnerney No Other VVhite Men tin biology elassj Famous Men of Rome Literary Lapses The Conqueror Buried Alive Master Skylark Ilow to Be a G-Man R-ip Van VVinkle Peter Pan Lord of the Vilorld A Man for the Ages The Age of Innocence Our Admirable Betty Invincible Louisa The NVorld Almanac The Loyalist Ramona An Everyday Girl A Lantern in Her Hand A Heap of'Livin' Churn Lives of the Saints The Girl of the Limberlost How to Live on Twenty-Four Hours a Day Madeline Roddick '42 C Father Burns: NVhy should we be good to the poor? Therese Milliken: Because someday they may be rich. Sister Vincentine: VVhat is a monosyllable? Robert McGann: A long word for a short one. Betty Gloke: Aren't you driving rather fast, R-ich? Richard Lagonegro: You don't want to be late for school, do yon? Betty Cloke: No, but I'd rather be late than absent. Sister Eleanor tpointing to maplz Where is the Swanee River? Mary O'Leary: Far, far away. Father Burns: John, how many seasons a.re there? John Schmidt: Two - baseball and football. The 19-12 ECHO tstanding in picturej - Mary Wlinifred Holleran, Library Council During the second semester a group of girls of the Junior class formed at Library Council. They have been of much assistance to the libraria11 and have enjoyed their various duties: checking books in and out, returning books to the shelves, keeping the maga- zine rack and college catalog file in order, attending to overdue books. The members of the Coun- eil are -- Cseated in picturej - Jean Nolan, Mary Margaret VVein- gart, Mary Schaefer, Lois Basler, Regina Schneck, Jean Peel-and Eleanor Maloney, Jeanette Manocchio, Irene Lagonegro, Therese Richardson, Therese Milliken, Eleanor Carey, Mary VVheelancl. The officers were elected to take care of any social affairs and they will hold office during their senior year. They are: Presi- dent - Mary Margaret Vfeingart: Vice-president - Therese Richardson, Secretary - Irene Lagonegro, Treasurer - J eanetie Manocchio. G : What is the formula for water? : H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. Sister Joachim Betty Sullivan Sister Joachim: Betty Sullivan was H to O. CHQOD Vilhere did you find that? : Just the other day you told us the formula for water Auntie: And what will you do, darling, when you grow up to be a big girl? M. A. Galvin: I'll reduce. Father Burns: XVhat is a transparent body? Charles Orr: An object you can see through, such as a keyhole. J. Groux: You don 't think Pm a perfect idiot, do you? T. Burke: Oh, no. Nobody is perfect in this world. Sister Constance: Francis, correct this sentence: "Schooldays ain't long enough." Francis Doran: Schooldays ainit short enough. Cecilia Holleran: Sister, what is this that you wrote on my paper? Sister Teresa Clare: I requested you to write more plainly. Father Burns had talked for almost forty-tive minutes on the prophets - all the greater prophets - and then tl1e minor ones: "Now we come to Habakkuk - where shall we put him?" Richard Hotfman Cwearyj: He can have my seat - I'm going home. Sister Joachim: VVl1at is a polygon? David Shay: A defunct parrot. Page Fifty-One The 1942 Ecno Tic 1942 ECHO K They Also Serve . . .H "S" for save, for share, for short rations! This should be our war lesson, for today, tomorrow, and 'til the dawn of victory shows Old Glory again flying high over W'ake, Bataan, and Guam, ,til the "New Disorders" have been quelledg 'tilall the French are free and the rest. of the conquered nations trip the foot that tramples them. ' Let us help! WVe can, we shall, we will! This is not a burst of patriotism and enthusiasmg it is a practical suggestion. lt. has been said that Europe could live on what America throws away .- maybe, but America could partially equip l1e1' vast. fighting forces with what we, you and I, could turn over to scrap collection agencies. The modern army travels on rubber, hundreds of thousands of pounds of it. More than likely the very tires on the truck in which your son or brother is riding' were made from rubber saved when you drove 40 m.p.h. instead of 65, or when you stopped gently instead of slamming on the brakes. By careful treatment, tires and other rubber articles can be made to "carry on" far beyond their normal capacities. NVhat about the car in your driveway? ls it a hog? At this time when gasoline and oil are rapidly becoming scarce, please try to conserve them. Walk to work or to the store next time. Instead of taking that trip out to California or the Grand Canyon this summer, inspect some of the sights close to home. Allied tanks and mobile gun units fighting in all parts of the world need these fuels far worse than you or 1. When you visit the garage, have the serviceman check all parts of your car to increase its efficiency and de- crease its fuel consumption. Share your car with your neighbors who work at the same plant or office where you do. Everyone of us has his sweet tooth. But this is a time of shortage. Sugar is a vitally important energy food and is needed in large quantities by our Army and Allies. Axis submarines hinder shipment from Puerto Rico and the NVest Indies and some sugar is used in manufacturing alcohol tor munitions. Since we are the ones who can best afford to do without it, our consumer supply is rationed. XVhen we speak of the hardships of rationing, sharing, and saving, let us remember the desperate situation existing in Europe. Let us all do our share. Accept rationinig' willingly and, by applying the "S" principle in all our undertakings, we shall save democracy. "They also serve" who only share and save! Edward Gill T42 QTh-is csszzy was awarded Honorable Mont-ion -in the Victory Essay Co'n.tc.st, sponsored by the Amerieazi Legion-5 Page Fifty T110 og , WJ! I ,DVI ' jL if 3-wx, , M Ia, ' Pk lm 'J Q NAU ' WL AM? QW! I ffm! u C..- .---f-H-' 'f' I MW Q M ,V, Wfi7wM9'f7 'k fWji57f2f,Wf? ww f WZw W mwgijfeiffyff WMWWLM. M, W, ,J Wm Qiimffwf fe??WW" awww Q1 My W f VW ' sip wwf W mf V55 W W W ',fW45fyjjWv WMly VS! C23 M' Q 9 au M , Q4 M MJ, 3, ,ff wf Qlyy 4? ufwfygggv Q" M, Qfy' y?j :MQW WflW,-QVWCJ lhe 19 Our Pafrons 'C' Monsignor John J. Lee Rev . Dr. Owen B. McGuire Rev. William Brien Rev. Bernard C. Hanna Rev Rev . Francis Lane . J. J. Moriarity Rev. Francis Reilly Rev . Leo Schwab R-ev. Arthur Smith Rev. J. B. Stemmler Rev . Hubert Bisky Rev. William A. Burns su I REV' . John Cieslinski, Rev. Raymond Heisel Rev . Philip McGhan Rev. Edward McKay Rev. Ralph Neagle Rev licv Rev . Francis Pegnam . Richard Stanton . Edward Tolster to " kRev. L. J. Szczepanski , Rev. Thomas Toole Dr. John Burke, Sr. Dr. John Burke, Jr. Dr. A. Cassetti Dr. William Cusick Mr. and Mrs. Paul Broschart Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burke Mrs. Regina Bush Mr. and Mrs. John Cloke Mrs. Edward J. Dunn Mrs. Emma Drum Dr. and Mrs. Walter Ervin Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis Mrs. Mary C. Hadden Mr. and Mrs. James Holleran Mr. and Mrs. John B. Johnson Mrs. Theresa La.I'rance Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maloney E C H 0 Rev. Francis Vogt Rev. Leslie Whalen Dr. Robert. V. Larkin Dr. Louis Lodico Dr. John Lynch Dr. Donald Miller Mr. and Mrs. James McGann Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Mclnerney Mr. and Mrs. John 0'Leary Mrs. Agnes Phair Mr. and Mrs. Edward Raeidy Mrs. Clarence Richards Mr. and Mrs. Justin F. Romasser Mr. and Mrs. James H. Ruddick Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shay Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Shields Mrs. Edwin Suss Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Terwilliger Page Fifty Foul When Planning BeHer Plumbing and Heating For Your Homes - - Please visit our showrooms and see the beautiful designs of plumbing fixtures, that you can have in White, Royal Copenhagen Blue, and the soft deep wine color of Tang Red - is especially beautiful when contrasted with Lemon Yellow of the walls and Blues in the floor. Also the new novel Neo-Angle bath tub. This can be fur- nished in White, Green, Persian Brown and other colors. It is just four feet square, yet the Neo-Angle bath incorporates bath- ing space the length of a conventional 5V2 ft. tub and six inches wider and can be furnished with two integral corner seats that bring new joys, new comforts, new conveniences to bathing. Beautiful designed lavatories in different sizes and attrac- tive types can be furnished in colors to match the color chosen for lavatory and toilet. Always remember we invite you into our showrooms to see the latest designs of accessories for your bathrooms and powder rooms. C' LeValley, McLeod. Kinkaid Co.. Inc 215-221 East Church Street ELMIRA, NEW YORK Phones: 6166-6167-6168 pug, 1qfp,,1lvC The 1942 Ecuo Complimenfs of OUR LADY'S SODALITY ST. PATRnc:K's CHURCH Complimenfs I of ST. PATRICK'S HOLY NAME SOCIETY GOIVIPLIMENTS OF GOSPGI' " lnc. WOMEN'S CHILDRENUS A. D. DUNCAN MENHS BQY'S SPORT SHOP 217 W. Walter St. Elmira., N. Y Why olon'+ you se'r +hose slray milk boflles ou'I' 'For your regular milk salesman. He will be glad +o 'rake lhem ou+ of your way and 'rhey will even+ually be refurnecl +o flue creamery +l1a1' owns +l1em. COMPLIMENTS OF Complimenfs EMPIRE FOODS INC of EMPIRE PRODUCE CO. A C. M. 85 R. TOMPKINS ELMIRA, N. Y. Page F1.ff'1l-Sl?Ul'7l T7 1 9 4 E COMPLIMEN TS OF B The Store of U PERSONAL SERVICE MEN I AN'D BOYS FROM HEAD 'ro Foo'1' S 157 NORTH MAIN STREET COMPLIMENTS OF J. A. COUGHLIN "Pay from your pay is fhe Alperi way" 'U' A L ' S Jewelers Opficians 111 EAST WATER STREET Elmira, N. Y. EDGCOMB'S COMPLETE Home Furnishers and Decora+ors 161 N. MAIN ST. The 1942 Ecuo Page Fifty Fzqht "A Modern Store to Clothe You The Modern Way" JEROME'S EMPIRE 310 E. WATER ST. l HOWELL l I ' ff E L IVI I R A Designers Engravers and Prinfers . , LNY . F N NOWEL L CO ELMIRA G. A. Mac:GREEVEY Books and Sfafion-ery Elmira, N. Y. LINOLEUM MARBLE FELT BASE FIRE PLACE TILE FIXTURES F E Y ' S ELMIRA, NEW YORK 352 North Main Street GOODYEAR RUBBER PLO ORS DIAL 2-0254 Compliments of BANFIELD - JENNINGS Elmira's Oldesi Seed House 222 WEST WATER ST. Elmira Oil Company DISTRIBUTORS Richfield Hi Octane Gas Richlube 10096 Pa. Motor Oil Compliments of I ELMIRA ARMS COMPANY "Elmira's Most Interesting Storei' 117 N. MAIN CHAS. J. McCARTHY Dealer in Staple end Fancy Groceries 526-528 N. MAIN ST. WE DELIVER DIAL 2-1370 Page If"ifiy-Nine The 1942 ECHO Besf Wishes Complimenls for of Success KNIGHTS GF Elmira Wholesale COLUMBUS GVOCSVY ICE CREAM: COMPLIMENTS OF Frank O'Dea Slvzgw ., A2 JRZN J EVERYDAY ENJOY ICE CREAM YOUR FAVORITE WAY ELMIRA DIVISION GEN. :cm CREAM CORPORATION PHONE 6118 Tl 194 E P COMPLIMENTS PHI RHO UPSILCN Ready-to-Weear Accessories Comp1irnen+s Linens of M O R R I S 0 N ' S Personlus and Malone 154 NORTH MAIN Main and Market Streets Interior Decorating Home Furnishings Charles F. Hughes 8: Son Charles A. Hughes, Mgr. Funeral Home 311 LAKE STREET ELMIRA, NEW YORK Save Your Money IN THE ELMIRA SAVINGS BANK 218 EAST WATER STREET PagcSimt10c The 1942 Ecuo Elmira Markei' Place COMPLIMENTS or LANGDQN PLAZA ELMIRA, N. . Y C. L. DAVIS 8: SON Fun Home G "I vos E. Church sh. Phone 6193 Where Prices Are Low DONALD C. DAVIS, Manager And Qualify ls High JAMES D. BARRETT, Asn. BENDIX DRIVE "The Mechanical Hand That Cranks Your Car" BENDIX STARTIX "Switch Key" Engine Starting Plus Automatic Restarting MORROW COASTER BRAKE "The 01d Reliable Bicycle Coaster Brake" ECLIPSE MACHINE DIVISION ELMIRA, N. Y. BENDIX AVIATION conr. 104 bcno Page SfwfJT Rossi's COMPLIMENTS OF Bdkefy Rudy's Greenhouse Bowling Tea Room Compliments of Schanaker's Streamline RCYAL DAIRY D I n er PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM 107 State Street Elmira, N- Y- 665 Lake St. Phone 2-2877 ALWAYS oPEN 51212221111 A AA.7A, tttt 7777 f 1 I N --'-- ::e25EP ..s coMPLnvmNTs ' " or ..,..., .... 51:5 ..,, . ff BUY! BUY! BUY! 11 Defense Sta.mps and Bonds with your a 0 ce, wifth ' ' ' , with EDDIE LEPKOWSKI saving: This is t?1Zu3.va3?aYl:JJ?Igi:an help E335 our "Way Of Life." Elmira Bank 8: Tru's'I' Company A Marine Midland Bank 361 W. Water St. Dial 7109 Member F. D. I. C. P090 Sing!!-T7lI'06 T h c 1 9 4 2 E C H 0 Compliments Compliments of of COURT ST. RITA PEERLESS NO- '37 DRY QLEANING CQ. Ca+hoIic Daugh+ers 201-203 W. Fifth street Q-F DIAL 2-3137 ELMIRA America COMPIZEAENTS Friend Me+zger Co., Inc. L. W. HASTINGS L. C. SMITH and CORONA TYPEWRITERS 211 State St. ELMIRA, NEW YORK Wholesale Dealers in Meats - Vegetables - Poultry Fish - Oysters - Clams Try Our Home Made Sausage, Bologna., Etc Dial 5147-5148-5149 164-166 LAKE STREET Comfmments DEISTER 81 BUTLER JOHN s. JENSEN Quqmy Jewehm Varnishes Paints Brushes GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION 359 Pomeroy Place Elmira, N. Y. 119 N. MAIN ST. ELMIRA, N. Y BEST WISHES FROM JAY PARKER 'U KOBACKER FURN. CO. , Florlsf ELMIRA, N. Y. The 1942 ECHO Page Sixty-Four CHARLES W. PERRY THOMAS J. MAXCY P E R R Y 81 M A X C Y GENERAL INSURANCE PERRY BUILDING BALDWIN and SECOND STS. PHONE 5277 I833 - I942 SINCE 1833 - Sound in organization, careful in management and faithful performance, this institution has been a powerful factor in the economic life of the community. CHEMUNG CANAL TRUST CO- MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 4 AND FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURAN CE CORPORATION Page Sixty-lf"i-ve Th c 1 9 4 2 E c H 0 THE KENNEDY VALVE MANUFACTURING CO. ESTABLISHED 1877 VALVES PIPE FITTINGS FIRE HYDRANTS 4 GENERAL OFFICES AND WORKS Elmira, New York WE'RE IN THE GROOVE ! WITH OUR VERY POPULAR HIGH SCHCJOL SHOP 'Coa+s .Dresses 'Spor+ Clofhes THE CLOTHES YOU WANT FOR EVERY EVENT FROM A "JAM-SESSION" TO A "COKE-DATE" YOUR "HIGH - SCHOOL BOARD" WILL KEEP US POSTED ON YOUR FASHION WHIMSQ AND WE'LL KEEP OURSELVES BUSY S'TOCKING THE "WHIMS"! .... "SOLID" BUDGET PRICES, TOO! SHEEHAN DEAN 81 CO.. INC- P. M. Bueil Floral Co. Compliments of 211 W. Gray St. phone 6191 MARTY FORD Compliments of Carpem'er's Diner WE SEAT 500 PEOPLE Fawn Beverage 50 at a Time PHoNE 2-1713 Page Siwly-Seven T h Q 1 9 4 2 E c u o C 54 Ii LAUNDRY FLAT IRON Friendly Service Compliments of Fairview Tavern HOGG - NICHOLS Inc. Heating 85 Plumbing Contractors Iron Fireman Stokers A. B. Gas Ranges 158 Baldwin St. Elmira, N. Y. A FRIEND Compliments of C. L. Lovel Compliments of I S Z A R D ' S Compliments of Linn S. Chapel Co., Inc. Teen "Everything with which to Build" A special department of smart high- DIAL 5191 school fashions at prices that let you buy more ! 1040 Caton Ave. Elmira, N. Y. The 1942 ECHO Page Sizvty-Eight GOMPLIMENTS Compliments OF of H. STRAUSS, INC. J. P. M. SULLIVAN ' G Specializing in FURNITURE Varsify Town Clofhes RUGS AND Fon THE YOUNG MAN DRAPERIES MARK TWAIN HOTEL ' ELMIRA, NEW YORK PERFECTLY APPOINTED DISTINCTIVE COFFEE SHOP MAIN DINING ROOM I-IUCK FINN ROOM LOUNGE BAR WILLIAM O. EMERSON, Mgr. Pane QIIEIIIAI c The 1049 IC Mah? Sporf Shop COMPLHVIENTS SLACK SUITS - Cool, Comfortable OF and my-i8'50uP JUSTIN T. MCCARTHY Two-Tone or Matching Suits Compliments of Lagonegro's Cigar Store Compliments of LIBERTY SHOE CO. 157 LAKE ST. ELMIRA, N. Y. 105 E. WATER ST. COMPLIMENTS Phonograph Records Music -- Pianos OF CLAUDE BUCKIITI IRVING D. BOOTH, Inc. 154 LAKE ST. Elmira Drug 8: Chemical Company 157 Baldwin St. RETAIL PHARMACY BELTS TRUSSES Prescription Specialists Compliments of Chemung Coal Co. lhe 1942 ECHO Page Seve: tl Quality Vulcanizing Shop compnments of , ELMIRA NEW YORK ' MARKSON S General Tires - Exide Batteries Prest-0-Lite Gas Tanks Welding Equipment GRADUATION SUITS S. W. CREIGHTON, Prop. SPORT COATS SLACKS 374 S. Main St. Phone 2-2561 "EVERYTHING ron THE SENIOR BOY" GOMPLIMENTS Pel'erson's Furniiure OF Slore Chemung Valley Milk FURNITURE - RUGS E , , LAMPS - GIFTS Dlslrlbulors lnc. 513-515 N. MAIN sr. PHONE Q-3920 COMPLHVIENTS Elmirafs Largest and Finest China. and OF Werdenberg's Glassware Department The Geo. W. Peck Co. 102 STATE STREET DIAL 7139 COMPLIMENTS WATERTQWN MATTRESS 139 E. WATER STREET ELMIRA, N. Y. Page Seventy-One The 1942 ECHO Where Prices are Low Complimenfs and of Qualify is High Elmira Marker Place H. J. SHEEHE LANGDON PLAZA ELMIRA, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF Edwards 5-I0-256 S'rore C. A. PETRIE CQAL LANGDON PLAZA CO., INC. 400 S. Main Street H. M. CURRAN, Sec'y. 207 Hoffman Street , 191 E. Washmgton Ave. 1 h e 1 9 4 2 E C H 0 Page Seventy-T Compliments of Our Lady of Perpeiual Help Socieiy DIAMONDS '- WATCHES AT LOWER PRICES Complete Optical Dept. Supervision of E. I. FISCHER, Registered Optometrist SCHOONOVER 120 E. WATER sT. Compliments of Remingfon Rand Inc. SALES OFFICE Merchants Bank Bldg. ELMIRA, N. Y. Religious Gifts for the Graduate WIPFLER'S GIFT SHOP 410MZ N. MAIN sfr. ROSENBAUM'S 4.98 to 7.98 SWEATERS - Boxy - Fitted 2.50 to 12.50 BLOUSES - A complete selection 1.25 to 6.50 up SLACKS - DICKIES -- JACKETS JERKINS - SPORTS WEAR Rhodes Bakery 418 N. MAIN ST. Home Baked Pies and Cookies Main Floor Hs O K A COMPLIMENTS To Owe OF RAY JEWELERS 104 N. MAIN ST Gorton Bldg. Elmira, N. Y. RUBIN BRCJS. Page Seventy-Three The 1942 ECHO HUDSON SHOE CO. A FLORSHEIM - FOOT DELIGI-IT Wholesale Distributors PEACOGK WEYENBERG Elmira Tobacco Co., Inc. CIGARS - CANDY - BEVERAGES TWEEDIE 114 North Main Street A JOHN A. SCOPES Plumbing and Heafing 504 WALNUT ST. PHONE 2-1506 Jnvnvxv SAYS: D E L-'S Sole Agency for City F of Elmira, Have Your 01d Fur Coat Remodeled -1- Into al '42 Bolero - 312.50 ' Beautifully lined and inished. Mink, Ermine, MICHAELS STERN CLOTHES and squmel Slightly mghe, KNIKTTEX TOP COATS Save 25W to 33 1-365 On A11 Fur Work WORSTED-TEX SUITS Done Now! Turner Bldg. - Main 8: Waater Frank's Clofhes Shop 1 Flight UP - Dial 2-6430 JAMES M. FRANK mc. I seo N.1VIa.in sn. Del s Fur Shop T h e 1 9 4 2 E c H 0 Page Seventy-Four Knapp School of Music Compliments of 104 COLLEGE AVENUE ELMIRA, N. Y. The Nafionol Resfauranf Instruments and supplies d S d B TRUMPET SAXOPHONE UU 0 Cl UV Tnomsonm HARMONY CLARINET Largest and Most Modern Plant Fine Diamonds Elgin Watches in Central New York ABC Dry Cleaners LANGDON PLAZA Kirk Sterling Silver Quality and Value Shreibmon's Jewelers Since 1893 214 EAST WATER STREET Compliments D. J. SULLIVAN of -'lHSUfU'1Ce" SERV-U SAVE-U 107 LAKE sr. GROCERS JULIA B. MURPHY Apparel Shop 122 W. MARKET ST. Just off Main St. Page Seventy! 10 The 1942 ECHO Qualify Groceries 'rn st su th B t of Everything" Service, Safisfacfion RYLL'S PHARMACY 7 Q soDA BAR Q sEAL'rEsT rom CREAM W. J. 414 N. Main, near 3rd DAVIS STREET AT THIRD ELMIRA, N' Y' I Com plimenfs of S.S. PETER 8: PAUL'S Holy Name Socie+y E P S JS The Tailored Lady 106 West Church Street Woolf's Flower Shop GRADUATION BOUQUETS E1 ' N Y AND mmf ' ' coRsAG1s:s EVELYN ERVIN 105 W. church nm 2-0860 AST WISHES Belmoni Resfouranf FOR 327 E. WATER sr. succmss Good Food - Reasonable Prices WRIGHT ELECTRIC CO. PHONE 2-9465 com: COMPLIMENTS T0 THE OF Mdsfef Marker' WHIPPLE BROTHERS 261-265 Baldwin Street Phone 8169 2050 Lake sn. RCA-VICTOR RADIOS At WALSH 8: REAGAN 114-116 W. WATER str. Ernie Miller's Cui' Ra+e 500 N. MAIN ST. Phone 2-9613 We Deliver Page SGUCIIIU-S0'UCIl' The 1942 ECHO Compliments COMPLIMENTS of OF I S M I S+. Mary s 1'. ar s Y Aliar and Rosary Holy Name Society . Society Compliments BEST WISHES Of Fnoivr LOOMIS A- HALL "Everything in Photographic Supplies" KELLY'S DRUGS Corner of Franklin St. and Penna.. Ave. N. Main St. 364 N. Main St. Elmira, N. Y. Hoffman at church BARBARA'S Havens-O'Brien Co., Inc. -I-RUCKING Everything in PLUMBING and HEATING 509 PARK PLACE SERVICE 708 EAST WATER ST. ELMIRA, N. Y. ELMIRA' N' Y' Dial 788l COMPLHVIENTS Wilkins, Casfle G Wilkins OF CLEANERS and DYERS 212 W. Water Street A' J' DIAL 4000 - 5000 The 1942 ECHO Page Seventy-Eigl t B. I. UTTER co. COMPMMENTS CONTRACTORS OF Roofing' - Remodeling . 0 siding - Insulation Wrlllams Produce Co. 359 E- 51111 Dial 3151 Corner Fox and Carroll Sts. 23 Years Experience Compliments of RAND'S DRUGS 101 E. WATER STREET and 23 LANGDON PLAZA COMPLIMIEN TS OF W. E. BOLTON Funeral Home 326 WEBBER PL. DIAL 2-1266 Best Wishes from FRANCIS T. MOGROS Fun-eral Direcfor 1076 COLLEGE AVENUE H. MARSHALL WEST Plumbing - Heating New Installations - Remodeling No Obligation for Estimates 302 S. Main St. Dial 6747 Compliments of Cary's Pharmacy 557 E. CHURCH ST. DIEHL 81 BAUER Book Bindery 416 E. Market St. Elmira., N. Y. 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