Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1945

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We know that Dr. Pott will not find himself out of place in their company, since the things in 'which he believes bear a striking resemblance to the things which our fighting men are now striving to keep secure. Some of these things are irredeemable, simple things, except to those Who can recognize a satisfaction in good fellowship and in living together har- moniously and happily through four years of college. We shall remem- ber the way Dr. Pott accepted our "proposal" in our first senior week- end 5 the way he looked when we sang "Our Bi11"g the way he helped us in our sophomoric struggles without really saying anything to show partiality in his positiong the way he showed his faith in each of us by following a standard of discipline which allowed our freedom of actiong the spaghetti parties and square dances with Mrs. Pott as our gracious hostessg the speech he gave when war was declared on that bleak day in December, 1941, and the way we found hope in his confidence and caution in his farsightedness. In a spirit of good fellowship, in a spirit of affection, in a spirit of hope for the preservation of things which we both esteem, we dedicate our yearbook to you -7pDr. Pott. ,SQQWJQPJ5 have changed here at Elmira. We are a small college, but we too are "in it." To be sure it is in small ways only that we can put forth our efforts along with those of yours, but we want you to know that we're beside you. We want you to know that a college girl,s life isn't all milk punch and gardenias. In spite of our surface frivolities we recognize the gravity of a world at war. Our minds are full of theories, facts, and formulas, but our thoughts are constantly with you and we're proud of the job you are doing. A If there were words adequate enough to express our feelings, we,d say them, but words have a provoking way of sounding meaningless at the important moment. So we ask you to read between the 'iw lines, and to seek out 3 """"5 that meaning, as we dedicate this book 'ffl to you-and to Victory! Page five S. 1 1 ,I "Eg: ,I,,-I: .Ip N i ' 'KQV 'aw-zu' ,ff f, f-fsi ' fl- , C II ...Q--1.2, .gf ,. K ly ,,, , '53 yQ,',s,,':g,- - f' V5 " 1 i-.525 "'gf:l:-I- I-ff-2 'rf 1- ' f'-j-1f'f'x ' J' .' 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I, f, - w f 172 V ,f 3 x Page sim x 4' XI ' V Q. LMIRA 7 , M7 if fe f4f7.,,fa4,,f Q40 dfffea 4 -fffqfefxf - -- OQX Z6 've Q'-4f'ef'?0C' -f -267' fffgwff W! 2174 ff fifafw iffyfifq Qfia fxcnbif - , Zf Wgvfgyf Q31 P I Page eight W. S. A. POTT Om' Presidewzt Our Dean E. LUCILLE LYON ADMINISTRATION S. G. H. Turner .....,...,...... Mrs. Helen Hughes Breen ...,., W. H. Mandeville .............,.. A. Marshall Lowman ........... Mrs. Helen Hughes Breen Kenneth Collins Mrs. Mary Bullard LeWald Milton E. Loomis S. G. H. Turner Mrs. Katherine Henning Brown J. Herbert Case Mrs. Helen VanMater Iszarcl .............P1'L'5idL'711f ..,....Vice-Presirlent .. ....See1'e1fa-ry ..........,.Treusm'er George J. Mersereau ' Merle D. Thompson Rev. A. B. Kinsolving, D.D. A. Marshall Lowman W. H. Mandeville William I. Myers Mrs. S. G. H. Turner William S. A. Pott, ex officio Arl11'zi11ist1fczti-zfe O jicers WILLIAM S. A. POTT, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Uni- versity of Virginia, President and Dean M. ANSTICE HARRIS, Ph.D., Yaleg Litt.D., Elmira, Dean Emeritus E. LUCILLE LYON, A.B., M.A., Elmira, As- sistant Dean A. MARSHALL LOWMANg Treasurer and Comptroller GROVER C. T. GRAHAM, A.B., William Jewellg A.M., Brown, Bursar ANNE O'SI-IAUGHNESSY TUCK, A.B., Vas- sarg Director of Admissions and Placement JANE GILL, A.B., Elmira, Assistant Director of Admissions and Placement RAYMOND B. STEVENS, A.B., Denison Uni- versity, B.D., Rochester Theological Semin- ary, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Secretary of the Faculty ERNESTINE FRENCH, A.B., Elmira 5 Alum- nae Secretary ANNE MORSE, A.B., Elmirag B.S. in L.S., New York State College for Teachers Library Schoolg Librarian DAWN LUDINGTON BUTLER, A.B., Wel- lesley, Assistant to the President in charge of Publicity and Public Relations Aci111i1ziszf1fati1fe Szfczjf ELIZABETH McDOWELL, A.B., Wellesleyg Assistant to the Librarians CLAIRE BOWMAN, R.N., College Nurse ISABELLA W. FINLAY, Secretary to the Presi- dent KATI'ZI.ERIN'E G. CUFFNEY, A.B., Elmirag Acting Registrar ALICE I-I. RUSSELL, A.B., Bates College, M.A., Columbiag Dietitian and Assistant House Di- rector RUTH FLETCHER, Manager of Cowle Bin FLORENCE S. HASSETT, A.B., Holy Cross, M.D., University of Rochester, College Physi- cian MABEL PIERCE g Bookkeeper HELEN MCGLENN, A.B., Elmira, Secretary to the Administration MARGARET M. SHULLg Secretary to Comp- troller HELEN C. CONWAY, B.A., Hunter Collegeg M.A., Columbia University, House Director and Assistant Dietitian ELIZABETH SMITPI, A.B., Elmira, Executive Secretary in the Oiiice of the Director of Ad- missions and Placement E. JANE WOOD, A.B., Elmira, Secretary in the Office of the Director of Admissions and Placement BARBARA L. TATE, R.N., College Nurse DORIS HART, Manager of the Bookstore Page 'ni 77,6 Clmlf FRANCIS A. RICHMOND, B.S., Cornell, Pro- fessor of Chemistry ELIZABETH LEIGH VVHITTAKER, A.B., Cornell, Sc.D., Elmirag Professor of Biology E. MARGARET GRIMES, A.B., M.A., McGillg Ph.D., Colurnbiag Professor of French Lan- guage and Literature JOHN R. TUTTLE, A.B., Stanfordg Ph.D., Cornellg Professor of Philosophy GERALDINE MORROW, A.B., Elmirag M.A., Cornellg Leland Powers Schoolg Professor of Speech ELMER W. K. MOULD, A.B., Union, M.A., B.D., Yaleg Ph.D., University of Chicagog Alexander Cameron MacKensie Professor of Biblical History and Literature MARY CLEGG SUFFA, A.B., A.M., Brown, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy MARY MEGIE BELDEN, A.B., Oberlin, Ph.D., Yale, M. Anstice Harris Professor of English Literature M. GEORGE SCHECK, A.B., Rochester, M.A., Princeton, Ph.D., Cornell, Professor of Psy- chology GEORGIA L. FIELD, A.B., Smithg A.M., Ph.D., University of Coloraclog Professor of English Literature RAYMOND B. STEVENS, A.B., Denison Uni- versity, B.D., Rochester Theological Semin- ary, Ph.D., University of Michigang Professor of Sociology GEORGE M. KAHRL, A.B., Wesleyang M.A., Princetong Ph.D., Harvard, Professor of Eng- lish ESTHER V. HANSEN, A.B., Vassar, M.A., University of Wisconsing Ph.D., Cornellg Adelbert Hamilton Professor of Classical Lan- guages and Literature ZVIARJORIE CAMPBELL BRADFORD, A.B., Syracuseg A.M., Ph.D., Radcliffeg Professor of Spanish MACK B. SWEARINGEN, B.A., Millsapsg M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicagog Profes- sor of History ' CHARLES BLACKMER RUTENBER, B. Chem., Ph.D., Cornell, Professor of Chemistry Page ten GRACE A. THOMAS, A.B., Wfestern Mary- landg M.A., University of Michigang Ph.D., Cornell, Associate Professor of English AGNES M. ORBISON, A.B., Bryn Mawr, M.A., University of Missouri, Associate Professor of Biology GERALDINE QUINLAN, A.B., M.A., Elrnirag M.A., Cornellg Associate Professor of Speech HELEN SOPPIIE DAVIS, A.B., Elmirag M.A., Cornell, Associate Professor of English EDITH L. CARPENTER, Ph.B., Vermontg Chautauqua School for Librarians, Assistant Librarian THOMAS J. TOOLE, Ph.B., St. Bernardsg M.A., Holy Crossg Associate Professor of Religious Education RUSSELL G. GAGE, B.Ed., Illinois State Teach- ers Collegeg M.A., Columbia, Associate Pro- fessor of Education PELA F. BRAUCHER, B.A., Goucherg M.S., Pennsylvania Stateg Associate Professor of Home Economics DONALD F. LACH, A.B., West Virginia Uni- versity, Ph.D., University of Chicago, Asso- ciate Professor of History HANS H. BERNT, J.U.D., Erlangen and Mun- ichg B.Sc., M.A., Columbia University, Asso- ciate Professor of Economics and Government CATHERINE FINTER, B.S., Miamig M.A., Co- lumbiag Certiiica te Hygiene and Physical Edu- cation, Wcllesleyg Assistant Professor of Phys- ical Education - RUTI-I HOFFMAN, A.B., Wellesleyg M.A., Cornell, Assistant Professor of Biology and Botany LYDIA BOURNE WALSH, B.A., M.A., Wel- lesley, Diploma, University of Heidelberg, Gerrnanyg Assistant Professor of Botany GWYNN S. BEMENT, Elmira College School of Music, Cornell, New York Universityg Eastman School of Musicg Staatliche akade- mische Hochschule fuer Musik, Berling Mu- sikschule und Konservatorium, Basel, Switzer- landg Assistant Professor of Music HELEN I-IITCHCOCK BJORVAND, B.A., Smith, M.A., Yale, Assistant Professor of Art Clair KAROLENA ZIMMERMAN RHOADES, B.S., Elmira, Assistant Professor in Business Ad- ministration I-IAZEL ESTELLE MACOMBER, B.M., M.M., Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, Instructor in Music QPiano and Theoryj W. THOMAS MARROCCO, L.R.C.M., M.R.C. M., San Pietro Maiella, Italy, B.M., M.M., Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, Visiting Fellow in Music fViolinj LEROY MORLOCK, B.M., Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, Visiting Fel- low in Music QVoicej DONALD L. FINLAYSON, B.S., Dartmouth, M.A., Brown, Visiting Lecturer in Art LAURA MILLER BAUMAN, B.S., Elmira, In- structor in Business Administration MARTI-IE BARATTE, Baccalaureate-es-lettres, Rennes, A.B., Connecticut College, Instruc- tor in French ELIZABETH GRACE VAN BUSKIRK, A.B., Vassar, A.M., Syracuse, Ph.D., Cornell, In- structor in Classics GEORGE J. ABBOTT, Lowell State Normal School, New England Conservatory, Boston University, Columbia, Northampton Institute Music Pedagogy, Instructor in Music QPrin- ciples and Methodsj CHARLES A. WINDING, LL.B., University of Wisconsin, Instructor in Business Administra- tion CHARLOTTE KORSGAARD, A.B., Univer- sity of Kentucky, Instructor in Physical Edu- cation ERNFRED ANDERSON, Hellsingborgs Tek- nisks Hiigakola, Societe Industrielle et Com- merciale de Lausanna, Instructor in Art DAWN LUDINGTON BUTLER, A.B., Wel- lesley, Instructor in English J. LAWRENCE KOLB, A.B., Cornell, Graduate School of Banking, Instructor in Economics ELSA BROOKFIELD, A.B., M.A., Elmira, Li- cence as Lettres, Ph.D., University of Laus- anne, Switzerland, Instructor in German MARJORIE G. A. BERNT, University of Caen, France, Blocherer's Art School, Munich, Di- ploma, Ecole Moderne de Coupe de Paris, Western Reserve University, Instructor in Home Economics MARGARET GREENE, A.B., Elmira, Instruc- tor in Chemistry ALICE H. RUSSELL, A.B., Bates College, M.A., Columbia, Instructor in Home Economics DOLORES DE CASTRO WEAST, B.S., North- western University, M.A. Columbia, Instruc- tor in Spanish ' l , Qlmliugf P' ,gc a Page twelve wwvfwf 'ww 4 v. 3' xv eu 3 .Amr FRANCES MADIGAN JEAN BUSSEY ELAINE CAMERON ANN WETSEL Page fourteen oanfeff Knit one, pearl two, one spade Chem worries and labs Red sweaters and blue eyes Club Woman SAME? .xgrmifage Demure Slow smile and shy eyes Quiet efliciency Depth if JOAN CAREY H umm. 'Mm on me , H " ' ,W ,, H E Nj'S',5 M "EAT V: A mi!! M Vigd' " Ss? xiii. HRW.- Egg M BARBARA BUCKINGHAM Page fifteen 4927 1 1 . , -1 --A i ze an fee. , REBECCA NORTHRUP LILLIAN IWANOWSIQI FLORENCE EORSCHNER JEAN MARSH HELEN ROBB MAXINE EAIRCI-ULD Page sixteen ZCLVLVLQ 0l"lfL6tlfL A shriek to the telephone Eyes that dance to heart beats Dark, dark lips "Temptation" Pandas and pansies :FM ujanv 0l"Ifl'L6L 5855 QI' Our scientist Bottles without "fs" "Do you want to hear something funny?" QKDOCJJ 'mv 'w Wm- . - , ADA MAE EPSTEIN WILLA HOPSTEIN EVA SCHOEPS JANE VAKIENER N I A A1 V Mwjwq 1lj,,!!ff 3f,1 f ' wlwmssf' , , w Au Mmm, ' A Page seventeen MARY KINGSLEY JEAN MAYHOOD ELISABETI-I BUECHLING BARBARA SMITH A ROSALIE HEDBERGI5-'77 MARION UTTEEQQ 52194 X'L9f2lf5'xxqX Page eighteen C sf e55ie g,1,5A,ne Unruffled Summer tan that lasts and lasts Dreamy ingcfrnue Wistflll looks Still waters run deep xl so W H fa? E9 X V! 5 W' awffgohgf' 86610, Plaids and shamrocks Inlmaculate Letters tied in blue Quick wit and blushes An allergy to onions and cottage cheese "Gussie" Jw A lll V .rig HN , gr, w m rv gil? ,, l.., , '-be J all 1 , ,w -I H 1 w 3 I ANN MARIE PAQUIN. PATRICIA DRESSLER CATHERINE CLARK Page 'nineteen L L .1 A ! 1 1 L W 6 JEAN ROGERS JEAN SCI-IANTZ RUTH THEVENET HELEN DOHERTY ALICE LEHMANN KATHLEEN NOON Page twenty iffy aim, Tweeds and cashmeres "Wishing" Hail-fellow-well-met "Oh baby doll" Poppies and football "Com-ion 'QQ 1' QDQAIWIZ6 L-Z56LA!ger9 Silver wings Voluminous correspondence N'esc-ce pas? Helpful hints in the "Libe" Serious smile lip. jY'u::1 ., . ZSLQ 7, vw, RUTH DEVENDORF JOSEPHINE JURUSIK Page twenty-one JOAN APENNELL GAY EDWARDS BETTY SCHLAUDEE MARY FRANCES WOOD ADA LASSER MARY ELLEN CHURCH Page twenty-two E? Ei '. W Y -. 7.1 :E F 1.5 fav EE ary cwid Features perfect as gardenias Prom trotter "I get a charge out of that I" Wlmite furry rabbits and a Navy bathrobe "Mayne" md, EOHGAMQ Genuine and unassuming Flashing smile Someone you can count on Kerchiefs and high boots A painting by Da Vinci "Reef ELIZABETH BAKER BARBARA SWEET JEAN KAHLEY JEAN GALBREATH BETTY HEWITT Page twenty-tlwee ,jf ,E ,SL VIRGINIA SUTTER WINIFRED KENNEY DOROTHY STROHSALL ADRIANA PANNEVIS LOIS CRANE Page tw enty-fam' ai' ' I Q-'eu K , L7 861,10 LVL' 87 Labs and more labs Hair that stays curled Dates from Cornell and Colgate Spring flowers Little girl appeal "Jeanna" ggucfili jfee man Tempest in a tea pot Low man on our totem pole Reader of big books Pug nose and freckles ..Judy,, V M is N Hn, " 1 , ANN RUSSELL DOROTHY BAKER SARA PRITCHARD FE Page twenty-five B lZ50rof!Ly L-Z3cmcAer Qodwin Lipstick for breakfast Country club UAH I need is you" Angora socks and smiles "Dear Ray-Love, Dauchv 7mvm,L.a 727414-0 -2-2, 04444 :jeff Wiymjfwffw A ' . ffm ffyffiwf yfoifffjfffyfgf Awww! MQORIE WILDER JEANNE NELSON BARBARA ZIMMERMAN BARBARA STOVER MARGUERITE LEADRACI-I Pgt ty GLF? VLVL .!Q4!6!8!I"6'LlfL Convertibles and wind tossed hair Brown eyes, soft as pansies "Barbie, let's clean the room V' Our absent minded philosopher "Hilde" Rfef.10az.gI 17-S464 lkxaluv fl , H JOAN MASON NANCY SANFORD LENORE COMPTON PATRICIA GRAHAM JEANETTE DUN TON Page twenty-seven MARY B. ALLEN MARY ELLEN MCCONNELL RUTH ANNE KEYES Page twenty-eight is is Uanga, Auf The dinner time gong "Phone for Hint-it,s a man V' Mustard pickles Black stockings and hair pins Sophisticate 86LlfL 066 Dimples that fascinate The mating call Muskoka and Star Haven Thinking periods A picrer-parter of little fees: E S . 5 "H SUE GREGORY CAROLINE HOVEY LUCY ROSSI HOPE HINTZ BETTY J. QUERQU1 VIRGINIA RADLEY , -. W L - Page twenty-nine mm ELIZABETH BURKE NANCY GRANT MARJORIE MacMILLAN Page th'i1'ty P 9 ex 9 mary Ayala Spontaneity Gurgles and giggles By whom the bell tolls Latin and the ruins of Ancient Rome "Me-anne" - -7 1 J race uangidd Whimsical realism Orange blossoms in August Nine o'clocks at 9:05 Our Navy Wife "Voguc', Jengilfw :sau xxx 1, w 5 M. 3 4 ' ll fly ROSE DE RISIO BARBARA LEHMAN ELIZABETH WIGSTEN HELEN PALMER Page thirty-one J NANCY GREER FRANCES LANDMAN MARILYN LEAVITT WILMA COLE ELIZABETH LITTLE , Page thirty-two -HQ. X, jane Mn Black lace and taffeta Tambourine Southern rebel Rogues gallery in the study "Whoops V' rw -Wa .-,myg Z 7, -ww an .. C lpalfricia .jQlfLlfL8Jy Mail, mail, and more males Gourmet's guide New brands of cigarettes Huaraches and dirndl skirts ELLEN WOLFERZ LOIS ALLEN NANCY TOBIN JUDITI-I RODNICK MARY LOUISE TRERISE Page thirty-three if I W SUE MORRIS SHIRLEY TESCHNER JUNE VERDUIN JAQUELINE BON DURANT JANE AUGUST MATTHEWS Page thirty-four Jwffa JQMJQ Blasd Early morning coffee in the Cowle Bin Records and albums of records French novels UI won't cut my hair" "Rent" WMA JGLW Out-door girl Spaghetti and brownies Surprised eyes "You did?" Yellow roses and clear blue skies Unruifled I -'ug HELEN MILLER MARGARET MEEKER LEAH CRYDER F W Page thfirty-five ws 1 7' 74' A 0 - ,LYQL SALLY LOU MOHR MARY DAVIS SYDELLE HAMMER BARBARA KRAMER Page thirty-six fa f '32,lE'5.- Qs .!4J6'L o!26'L5:f0lf' Whimsical wit Soft,'soft eyes Cuddly puppies "Don't laugh!" Scatter brained Claudia fygaili lawrence Basketball and fast music Quick trips She's got the situation Well in hand A preference for long hair and Camels CONSTANCE CLARK HELEN NELSON ANNE YATES Page thiv-ty-seven NORMA BAILEY PEGGY HENDERSON JOAN SUTTER MARIE MARSH BARBARA MEYERSON Page thirty-eight " Jew, .xylem Judi? Qggalfiff Pinafores and poetry Sentimental Horses and waterfalls "Mar-a-lynn Sleepy eyes "Lovey" U 5 I .1 ,L - Warifgn oggauilflf Gut own "Poochy,' Teddy bear A hustle, rn bustle, and a giggle Sunflower A song in her heart ELSIE CARPENTER FRANCES WILSON LENA ZAMMETT ALICE COLLINS ELIZABETH MILLER fm AAI I Ifa " EIS .i'Mv' Page tlzirty-vzine ELAINE OJALA MARY ELLEN GOLDEN MARIE VVINGERT JEAN RAFFORD Page forty 055 cane Ogfancgerg Quiet kitten Grey fur, amethyst, and long dark nails Creative Better late than never llllogoli ' 1' Q2 UA 8l"8Z56L , AWG? Picture hats and garden parties Day dreams Dresden china Songs around a fire Perpetual Weekender "Tessie 1: ' W WK' ' ' 'ejw an wr W 51521, S M K xx . X CHARLOTTE HUBER ELIZABETH PROTHEROE Page forty-one RENA STEMERMAN ANN RIGGS MURIEL WERFEI. ADELAIDE LEVY GLORIA BERMAN Page forty-two .xgcbia arczfw Candlelight and haunting eyes The troubled brow "Deep Purple" Telephone slump Ivory and ebony Chopin may Q The classical school 'cDiab1o" Laundry Serenade "Gi'enadier Guard March" Blue skies after rain Qf l, ANNE YATES MARGARET DEAN BARBARA FANCHER Page forty-three -wr u w 3 SUSAN GREGORY CAROLINE HOVEY MARY JOSEPI-IINE HALL Page forty-four ' :iii amrielf Wlfcfwff Capable and cautious Chuckles The importance of little things "Say !', Pugnose oem, Woolfealcf Poise and grace Crowned the fairest of the May "I can't stand in" Blond Antiope Woodhue H A m l53'fi12w .M N CONSTANCE CLARK CAROLYN BEEMER KARIN HILDEBRAND JANE DICKSON ALICE ROSCOE Page forty-five ALICE BYRNE EVA BERRY PI-IYLLIS STOWE BARBARA HAGEN Page forty-six CLP? QVLVLO Seeker of the truth Laughter in the library Staunch This is the time of day I like-best-of-all Unstudied courtesy 6l,If'gH,lfLIfL6l, .JQLMWQJW EPIA? Breath of fkesh air Gay friendliness Constant sock-knitter Double feature, third finger left hand Snap-Crackle-Pop l IL wx MOLLY AND JOHN PERRY , W fe 'NN' iw. J, . A, Page forty-seven f,, W.. MURIEL YOST JEAN HART BETTY JANE I-IOGD EVELYN KRENN Page forty-eight mfcfreof 0ll! Champagne and a Viennese waltz Chic Artist and model Peaches and Tan No. 2 "Millie Boo" glfL:5f6LI'LC8 gdlfl Blue eyes and brown freckles George Gershwin Lungpower and laughter Vigor and versatility Lengthy discussions in room F ,Q srur s W W rgqgsggzf' ., u H ,rw uw - I I u , - - f wr, ,ww rw H " , ' H 1,Hw,, 'fgeaxlxxlw' ' .1 ' rw - '6- N ,- 1 r Q-. 3:1 ..- ffi' G4!5gi'Q' - BARBARA XVI-IEELOCK CONSTANCE BARTZ HELEN HUFF MARJORIE VIERLING JOYCE SMITH Page 'forty-nine 1 -'1 xg. ANN WOODHOUSE CAROLYN GIBSON CAROLINE DIACK BETTY MARKS Page fifty - -.4 f..---J 5 -- ' CLP? 61,148 .SQ 8l9!9l'l'L6LlfLIfL Moonlight sonata u Lovely hands and graceful gestures Bridge fiend Forget-me-nots and marigolds Hu nts' 1 wg gd, l"A6Ll"6L O32 New England accent "It's 21 good thing Tm Pin-up girl White net and orchids Belle of the ball 8I"l0fLEl" 0l"lfL good natured" all '35 w H uw m 11 ,ly 'xv 3 wuwwu ,w ml' H JEAN KING DORIS JOYE GORDON NEL SIGMOND MARIAN CAMPBELL VIRGINIA HOLDEN t o-5 Cl 6 Y- G9 fL"""x " 05" 1 . 90 QQQSQQQ if ffjcog 75 ow Mwi df QW we 1, o C 991009, Off 9 Qj,-K' X oyiage fifty-one V' L 0 os-L og. 5 ' YA xp X' as J .0 C O1 HW'-w,,Q'f1'L Eigghwc 1 j H ii ' Ax BARBARA WATKINS JACQUELINE RYAN Page fifty-two eye , N, ogce xgymifg, Tennis racquets and sneakers 10 page airmails from Texas A deck of cards in her purse Lunches for Home EC. "Jerse" IQVLQ A535884 An etching on crystal Community typewriter A gracious smile Can openerspnd darning cottons Innumerable twelve o,clocks S EUNICE ROSEKRANS MARJORIE BENEDICT MARGARET COMAN MARY LOU MCKENSIE Page fifty-three x.. ,Y5e, M .,f. w.. . ' ? 3 , ,' M J L. ' LOIS ARNOLD LORETTA MCCAFFERTY Page fifty-four avian jjaMcAe5 Farmer from Binghamton What shall it be?-Syracuse or Cornell "I got a package today" Immaculate in blue jeans Egylziriy jaybi- Sense of the appropriate Domestic twist Regal charm Dawn and lilncs llTayI,, N "iw '41, 1 5' E 3 , 'M My . 5. . mr, E. ,gum N E, ,emu-QE I FLORENCE WHITE RUTH STAHLSCHMIDT MARY COYLE V Page fifty-fifve si 5:2 ,, H W H, H, Y j L 42 2 asf Q JOYCE COLBURN VIVIAN MERKLEY ELIZABETH ANN SPENCE JOSEPHINE DONAHUE Page fifty-six Ccalierine J Smrrled fawn Dreams left unspoken Vague and loving Seeker for Utopia Thomas Wolfe and ballet Utyglf' 55 . 66LIfLVL8 "Til-tel" Trips to Memphis Impeccable tweeds and braemars Appointments at the hairdresser Independent ii, V wi 1 i. 1 :S 1 1, S '1 I, MARILYN BOWNE JANE STRACI-IBN BARBARA POPPLETON Page fi f ty-seven , .. f aw Sw.-i W5'f:'i-f '- ' 1.A ' " ' l FLORENCE UBERTINI LUCILLE WITKOSKI THELMA LITTEER ROBERTA FINDER Page fifty-eight 3 ip Knitting 10,148 oloenci expert Strictly Navy Apples and cookies Trophies from the lab 'T11 helpv 1 3 v EXW I-......d' Q 1faIf!L jane? Senior suit and Junior blazer Happy soprano Effortless A's Undaunted enthusiasm and efficiency BETTY LU WHEAT RUTH REICI-IARD ," sim . lf., .1 r M :ai .va A w 1 1 7 f Page fifty-nfine x L NATALIE BORST DORIS STEPHENS JANE LITTLE WILMA COLE IRENE MATTHEY JANE GIUFFRIDA Page sixty ary einer Iufmite energy 'Tm the Reluctant Dragon" The Great Proile "Blast it" Old ivory and a memory 'lDoncha Know" 058lflfL6Ll"y Capable and confident Frequent train rider New ideas on old subjects Suits suit her 'fl Mfg g M , MABEL SCHULER JOSEPHINE LYMAN X MEQW' I ,jr w " iii N :Y 'Q Page sixty-one BETH JEFFERSON DOLORES GREY ELIZABETH DALY Page sixty-two CL L WAO0P Silver bracelets and zebra stripes Malted milks at odd hours Dressed by Schiaparelli Shalimar . fs QVWOV' he to bflll 01,Vl'l'Q' .. , C9 ,. ,to My dear Tom, Your last letter sounded just like one of our Senior Weekend songs to the Freshmen which begins "Things have changed, they're not the same,', and that was just the tune of your last epistle I l We'll all admit that many things have changed since December 7, 1941, but honestly, Tommy, it's really not as bad as you say. Why, just realizing that I'm a senior now and in a few days will have my diploma makes me feel that the real fundamentals haven't changed! We're still the youth of Americag you're doing your part "over there" and Fm doing mine back here. When you come back, we'll have the same good 'T'-.1 ' times that we have always had together. Freshman year was so much fun. You came to all the Weekends and then you were here in June, tool You remember my long letters of despair between the beginning of school and our first Christmas vacation? The inost important things in life then were "when can you come," frightening teas and receptions, Spanish tests, and typical faux pas only a Freshman might make. It was so different from home and our 2 fame Little - Senioi' P1'esirle11-t good old high school days Where it was evident that it was only the teachers who really worked. Why, you remember our old joke of Freshman year-If I were really working as hard as I thought I was, I should be considered under the Wage and Hour Laws!! But even though we saw an amount of work piled in front of us such as We had never seen before, we also saw so many pleasures we had never even thought of. . . . I'11 never forget our first Senior Weekend. We were so proud to announce Dr. Kahrl as our Page sixty-three Patron Saint, and now, after four years, we are even more proudl I-Ie has always been our con- stant subject of conversation: his hats, his tweeds, his walking sticks, and his examinations in English Literature. There were so many things to fill that year: Freshman Plays, the Banquet, and May Day. Of course, it is the little things which will always be remembered. The sad fact that I had gained 17 pounds during the first five weeks of school was a constant heartache. But you said that you didn't care. Alumnae rang with the din of fifty lively Freshmen and the entire college thought we were much too noisy, but we were the "Chil- dren" and therefore tolerated. But such prob- lems that faced us l How to distribute one's cuts in order for them to be most valuable, how often to go to the movies in one week, how to look pre- pared in class when one was not ! The friendships We made- big sisters, our buddies, our roommates, it was just a sweeping 'feelin g of love for everyone. Oh, Freshman year was fun! We returned with unrestrained feelings of emotion Sophomore year. I had the conhdence only a Sophomore can have! Elmira was our home-familiar old Cowles, creaky boards and slanting floors. How you laughed when I told you about the ire drills, compulsory unless en- gaged in a shower or a tub. The desire to be clean when the fire bell rang was astounding l Our discussions of life, classes, theories, even professors, daily grew more profound. Psychol- ogy was the source of wailing, laughing, sleep- ing, and joking. Dr. and Mrs. Kahrl gave us a series of dinner parties that year. I still have the little corsa ge of roses that he gave to each of us. It looks a bit crumpled and would probably collapse if Our Senior Suits touched, but it is a strong reminder of Sopho- more days. In December all so homorish wisdom was P brou ht to a test. Eve one ar ued, ever one S YY S Y predicted, and, inwardly, everyone cringed- that afternoon of December the 7th. But it was a marker that could never be forgotten. We began to roll bandages and knit sweaters. Remember how you teased me because all I could do was crochet the chain stitch? But I learned. And then it was in March that you left . . We returned to our Junior year with that "now let,s get down to work" feeling. We were "big sisters" and supposedly responsible young women. But that didn't stop us from enjoying our production of To-m Sawyer! I sent you the picture of the cast-silly, wasn't it? But so much fun. Our Junior Weekend brought a few pangs to people like me with people like you no longer near enough to come. I sent you the pro- gram and you sent back that lovely picture of you and one of those hula girls who looked as though she were badly in need of a haircut! 1 So here I am, Tommy, on the' verge of gradu- ation. Senior Weekend and our new suits, bridge games, the Kahrls and their moral support at all times, long hours of practise teaching, Elmira snow, sleet, rain, practical jokes, too many cigar- ettes, too little sleep, and happiness unexcelled. But beyond all our memories, we have something else-a conhdence in ourselves that we are able to do the tasks ahead. Now, Tommy, I've told you all my feelings after four years here. Perhaps you haven't en- joyed it, but I can't help growing nostalgic at Commencement time. If you can equal this letter in length, you are deserving of a maple leaf! Write soon. My love, CNE OF THE SENIORS. Page sixty fwe uf W aww Sowell to bowl U0 55 ' Ulf 3 : LMIRA ' nav Dear C19-um, We want to tell you about us. Everybody else has been putting in a word here and a word there about themselves, and now it's our turn. We had been thinking about you during the summer Bobbie Sweet, Our Presidcvzt Page sixty-six and then suddenly it was September, and so of course there's much to tell you. First of all we had to get over our "Freshman han govern and it seemed very strange being Sophomoresg but in due time we were back in the swing of things. Our traditional feud with the Freshmen wasn't long in getting started. We be- gan to even sympathize with them, until one morning at the black hour of six o'clock we were awakened to be told that the Junior-Freshman picnic was nearly over. A picnic at such an hourl Well, you're an early bird-the Army's full of them, and you must know how painful it is to leave a cozy bunk at that hour. Well, somehow we arrived in time for cocoa and buns. We enjoyed revenge that night appearing at dinner in blue jeans and wearing our hair in bobby pin cork screws. We sang to prove that we could take defeat in a sporting light. Sojnbs on a picnic The next thing to ponder over was Mountain Day. After days of suspense and false alarms, Mountain Day did arrive. Some of us picnicked on West Hill while others trooped to Watkins Glen. Convocation Day followed close behind. The campus was a Scotland yard. We lost sleep in nights, not hours, trying to discover the Freshman President's name. fOur treasury would be considerably larger had it not been for several long distance 'phone calls.j Honestly, we tried everything. Senior Weelcend came and made us realize that too soon our own "big sisters" would be graduating. So then was Senior breakfast . . new suits . . . gay songs . . . songs not so gay . . . corsages . . . volley ball . . . banner raising . . . a few years . . . a barking mascot. It all meant a good deal to us. We went to football games in the fall too and tried to figure out whether that quarter back was a soldier, sailor, or marine. It really compli- cated loyalties in some cases. The Juniors decided to throw a prom and boost morale. The dance floor abounded with uniforms of all sorts, but we took it calmly, hummed with the band or looked at the star- dust sprinkled everywhere. Thanksgiving was different, but nice. We went through the usual turmoil with our suit- cases, worried about the trains and crowded our- selves into taxis. At home we combined forces to plot against the butcher for a turkey. We were victorious and hoped that you were having yours, too. After vacation-exams. We saw spots before our eyes for days, after staring at the colored squares in Ruch's textbook. Then exam teas afterwards to boost our spirits and vacation again, but jingle bells for us this time. Page sixty-seven Frantic shopping . . . candles on Christmas Eve and thoughts of you . . . pork chops instead of turkey fyou can't be lucky all the timej . . . censored Christmas cards and morale sky high. Then school again, skating on the pond and prayers for snow. Our Valentine's dance grew .aw 5-5 A gang of us Page sixty-eight into a perfect weekend, with Sunday breakfast in the lounge and real steak dinners later on. And now March has brought Senior Prom and the March winds and more days of studying. May is not far off, which means it is just time to celebrate Commencement with our "big sisters." And that's the news, up-to-date, Tommy. Will write more later. How about a letter from you? After all, you may be far away but we are sort of curious about those Moslem women Qin case yo1I've run across anyj and tell us, have you grown a beard? Now, before we ask too many questions, we'll sign off. With love, THE SOPHOMORE CLASS. 6 QVVO O i 1' zvmli it We W Vbolifv 0 ov XWQ. C0 -F f if LMIRA 1, J .ze ' 'Draw' Hello there, Golly, the year's gone fast! Here We are, prac- tically Sophomores. It doesn't seem like two long semesters ago that We were looking up at the Octagon for the first time, getting good and lost downtown, While trying feverishly to track down some drapes and a wastebasketg and being oriented from head to toe-teas, and tests, and "where're you from?" all mixed together with strange, smiling faces, angel robes, Cowle .pro- nounced ucoalf' and lemon please! And then, all of a sudden, we were at home, singing "Far above Cayugzfs Waters," and learning that there was more to the English lan- guage than rnet the eye, and that this guy Aris- totle did a heck of a lor of deep thinking. We Crowvzing Ioan Mason, F7'C'Xb7f2ll7Z Presirlent Page sixty-nine develloped into demon door-holders and could get "a wiggle on', with the best of 'em. We even knew the ,quiet hours, for a while, and on long- awaited Mountain Day we met Mark Twain's study, and Hilltop, and The View. Next we found out about the Sophomores- found out that they slept quite soundly right through the hushed departure of the Freshmen for a nocturnal breakfast in the park. We found out more about the Sophomores, too, when we shook them out of the drapes, and learned to lock our doors, and guard our keyholes. And then, on Convocation Day, we found out something else about the Sophomores-they could be mistaken! We must've told you about this before-how we announced our own president, and everybody laughed and cried and cheered, and our big sis- ters had yellow chrysanthemums and smiled so proudly I Remember our first dance? We prayed and prayed you wouldn't get restricted. We all worked so hard to make our social debut a success -it was, too, wasn't it? We had cornstalks, and leaves on the floor, and a scarecrow, and all the name bands on record-nobody ininded all those demerits for incomplete registration we got the next Wednesday. A little while later Senior Weekend came around. We all wore yellow sweaters and sang our songs to the Seniors, and to our "big sisters," and our class, and then we unfurled our banner, and you should've heard the noise when we all roared out that our Patron Saint was a square- Page seventy shootin' fella-Dr. Rutenber! We'll never forget the Junior Prom, or how we felt when we got that last-minute telegram from you saying "Captain came through. Yip- pee! " Lots of the kids had blind dates with the Cornell Navy-remember how we all sang our- selves hoarse on the hayride out to Dixie Barbecue the next day, and everybody brushed hay oif blues for hours? Then, home for Thanksgiving to recuperate from that Hrst bitter taste of college exams, and back a gain-so soon!-to rest up from vacation, and to follow thin, cryptic messages from trunk to hymn book, to that package with a name on it in the gym-umy buddyln A11 of a sudden, exams were only a week away, with Christmas just around the corner. Gee, that was something-a whole semester's outside read- ing to catch up on-Luther and Machiavelli and Saint Thomas Hobbes, or somebody--and all those formulas to learn, and papers to write! We'll never know how we got through it all, but we lived to give a hearty welcome to those beau- tiful turkeys that paraded so majestically into the dining room, and we lived through those final exams, and then-civilization and vacation and Santa Claus! Seems as though this second semester's just flown by! Think of it! We all have a good lookin' '47 blazer and one-fourth of a college education, not to mention a whole new set of muscles, and a head full of bright quotations from Keats and Rousseau and Young Tam Lin. We're old-timers now, practically Sophomores, and we even know We should keep our feet dry and get eight hours of sleep a night. It'l1 be fun going through the next three years with the kids in our class-we,ve had a lot of lessons to learn, but we've learned 'en1. We're all pretty darn proud of Elmira and '47-just about as proud as you are of that outht you're in, and we're trying to do our part, too. But sleep calls Elmira, so g'night now, Tommy -hurry home, huh? All our love, Us. Page seventy one : I Q ns! Page seventy-two My U1 Ap! fl I F3 yyfl PM f ffl Nff fj fgwf by f! xv x JJ i x J f AJ N f V K ' JV., . I H J JX U! jjj X1 All www 91 Cow CDW buiff We play hockey Snappy weather . . . damp grass . . . shouts and shrieks . . . vicious click of sticks . . . hair stream- ing . . . heart and soul . . . one- aim . . . frogs splashing in the pond . . . children hanging on the fence . . . rush to the goal . . . hockey. Page seventy-four We watched the tennis tourmzmenzf Autumn afternoon . . . much sunshine . . . Helen Round Little and Mary Hardwicke . . . the drift of voices . . . eyes on the court . . . technique . . . light on the feet . . . Our Bill keeping score like jove . . . new and sudden enthusiasm for the game of tennis. ! Dr. Poit, Helen Round Little mul Zlflary Ha1'rlzuicke Page seventy-five Page seventy-sia: We? W WA 'i',i.x...3f..- X, xg W U.. ' www! 101 ILM! rx is it 2, -? Ei ww Estloer Starr I mife gfazer QP .kgliilfic Asociafion Miss Finter and Smoky . . . Tam and Kim . . . meetings at 6:30 . . . Basketball and badminton . . . bikes and hikes . . . White Blazer girl . . . A. A. banquet . . . class numerals . . . Carnival . . . cake . . . pennies and peanuts . . . Madame Longu and Madame Za-Za. -Mildred Oakley Miss Oakley . . . house mother . . . our keeper . . . after dinner coiee and little talks . . . "About face!" . . . commands in a pleasant voice . . . Home nursing and first Aid . . . basketball . . . Christmas party in the "rec,' room . . . sherbet and candlelight . . . snowbagainst the Window panes. Page seventy-seven Page On Wooanfozin any " 5 lf. - 6... - M V, - , 'I ,' bye., 1 ,fr 4 ' . , .rw 1 ff M Vg, V... r im f, ' 1. - 'feJ',gff'l.:1 J fr M ',zAfL N Q L ' dd f ' L Mountain Day . . . once a year Qlike Christmasj . the outdoor life in a small dose . . . dungarees approved . . . East Hill . . . Rorick's . . . down the Chemung . . . Mark TWain's study . . . golden rod and asters . . . pebbles in our shoes . . . blue sky . . . Hilltop . . . hamburgers . . . juke box . . . the View . . . delicious exhaustion. We foole bikes -buf we rested when we got to Hilltop seventy-eight Florence Forsclaneir, Presirlent Florence Forschner, Margaret MacMillan, Adelaide Levy, Patricia Graham, Doris Stephens Molly Minde, Jean Hoag, Helen Nelson, Mary Nenno, Betty Jane Hood Ngibtdelflff V 0l!8l"l4,WL8lfLf Our backbone . . . our voice . . . Wednesday Chapels . . . demerits . . . elections . . . teas . . . che truth Page eighty-one Miss E. G. Van Buskirk, Adriana Pannevis, Lois Hammond Mary Weiner, Jean Kahley, Ann V Gnflfnfliffee Wood11ouse,Jean Antell Invasion of New York . . . speeches . . . hand- shakes . . . cameras clicking . . . deep red roses, no champagne . . . sailors . . . smiling faces . . . dancing at the Biltmore . . . taxicabs . . . good- bye . . . memories, always memories. L.C.I. Ship launclaing during 'lllid--1,l!i71'fL'1' Page eighty-two vacation gm fi 11 if in temp ZZMA QOUH BM can SWE yu , :ff"f5HIw,.yx' J, H 1 it is , ' "" 1, 'vig + l WW' JN Stamp booth . . . posters with a message . . . plans and meetings . . . bandage rolling . . . our pints of blood . . . knitting . . . big campaign for money . . . boxes for the L.C.I. crews . . . peanuts, gum drops, ciggie butts, and our good wishes . . . let- ters and more letters. Page eighty-three Rosalie Hedberg, Marilyn Leavitt, Rose DeRisio, Barbara Smith, President. Page eighty-fain' Sunday vespers . . . thoughtful music . . . chapel speakers . . . Silver Bay . . . hymns . . . "Y" retreat . . . Freshman Week . . . Religious Emphasis Days . . inspiration . . . candles floating on the pond . . "follow the gleam." gee Gwynn at the piano . . . lullabies . . . folk songs . . . voices echoing through Tompkins . . . Friday " ' chapels . . . concerts . . . John Jacob Niles . . . 101311 jacob Niles and Dulcimer ballads . . . "I wonder as I wander." Mr. Bemmi comlzncfs Members: Barry, Borst, Jefferson, Kenney, B. Lehmann, Miller, Nelson, Pennell, Riggs, Stemerman, Utter, Verduin, Coykendall, Protheroe, Hughes, A. D. Leavitt, Marcus, Hedberg, Traber, Wfeiner, Zammett, Baker, Buechling, Fairchild, Galbreath, Holden, Hopstein, Rapp, Schoeps, B. Smith, Tracy, Ubertini, Wetsel, Wlieelock, Wilder, Wood, Zimmerman, Coman, Edwards, Howell, M. Leavitt, Lundberg, MacMillan, Miller, Nelson, Rogers, Spence, Steele, Strachen, Sweet, Colburn, Thayer, Logan. Page eighty-fifve H wmv-7 'yi 1.1, ?'.,Nt-r...,i":H 5 Q , , wi X 51553 MQ - gff we OCf6Lg0lfL Barbara Hagen Jean Kahley Adelaide Levy Elizabeth Howell, Editor Audra Bailey Emily Bundy Mary Nenno Ann Dudley Leavitt Jane Little Rose DeRisio Page eighty-six me 5247! 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GLASS CONTAINERS ELMIRA NEW YORK V See Wliat You Buy -- Buy In Glass InInluluuuunuumnnnn P g e lwmclred nunmnmumnnuInnn:ummlunumnuuunnmuummu V GIFTS GIRLS LOVE - MCF3I11117S Gift Studio 215 W. Water St. mm Iannunuuunnnumnunnuuuuuuunnnuum Compliments of SHREIBMAWS Jewelers Since 1893 214 East Water Street Compliments . nnnnanumumnnnnuumannunnm1InnnunnumnmunnmuuImmun nunnnnmnnununIn:nunulnunlunlnunnunnnnununnunununnuu of 3 Friend E. HAZEL MURPHY DRESS SHOP 211 W. Water St. 2nd Floor Open Friday Evenings uuuunnuInnlulnuumuunuunuunumnuunnunu nun nm: COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF ELMIRA FOUNDRY The Class of '47 ....................................... ..... ....... Page one lm'rLd'red 0 Jay H. Parker 140 W. MARKET ST., DIAL 2-3555 Riverside Flowers 361 W. WATER ST., DIAL 7109 Rudyls Greeiiliouse 973 HOFFMAN ST., DIAL 4054 Page one himdred two nuunununnnnmunnununmnuunnnunuuux YOUR FLORISTS P. M. Buell Floral Co. 211 W. GRAY ST., DIAL S825 Slieely Bros. 101 S. WALNUT ST., DIAL 2-1105 Herbert A. Tinney 225 HOFFMAN ST., DIAL 2-5550 Woolf'S Flower Shop 105 W. CHURCH ST., DIAL 2-0800 Compliments of a Friend nnmmn uvnmnmnnnnu ummm mummnm ct Mark Twain Hotel ELMIRA, NEW YORK Perfectly Appointed ...... Distinctive 250 Rooms - 250 Baths - 32.50 Upvvards Y POPULAR PRICED COFFEE SHOP Huck Finn Room Main Dining Room Lounge Bar QAir Conditionedj Garage Accommodation W. C. EMERSON, Manager Compliments of LaVALLEY, MCLEOD., KINKAID COMPANY, Inc. Y DISTRIBUTOR MACHINE TOOLS - INDUSTRIALS - CONTRACTORS PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES ......................................................: Page one lwmdved three COMPLIMENTS OF J. P. and M. Sullivan 5 76-78 E. Market St., Corning, N. Y 115-117 E. Water st., Eimira, N. Y. FINE FURNITURE C. Sz K. LAUNDRY nununnnununnnun1anuunnnunAnun:nunInInnnnunnnumnunuumnunmmn E The Blue Goose Shop Interior Decorating - Gifts A 209 College Ave. Elmira, N. Y. GOMPLIMENTS OF THE Goi-:Tow Cor umm: nannunununnnunnnunnu Page one hundrerl four COMPLIMENTS OF ELMIRA ARMS COMPANY uanluunanannnuuunmumununnnunInnuuunnummnnn 1nnunnununuannunununInlunlulu1unuIn1unnmvumumuunumun Friend, Metzger Sz Co., Inc. Wlinlesale and Retail Dealers in Meats, Vegetables, Poultry, Fish, Oysters and Clams Try O H M 111 S If Bologna, J' 1: d Trzmlf t etc. D 1 147-51-13 5140 164 166 L ke Sf mmnunuunn nmumnnunxInnnlnmmnmnmnmnumnnn ununnnnmnuinnununnunnnannunnnnnnnumnunnuinmmlnnnnmnm C. A. MaoCREEVEY Books and Stationery Elmira, New York lun nnunnnumumnnunumuulmunusuunuunu ummm annuunummmnnnnnmnu:nnunnuannlnunuannunnIInnnnununmnulun Swan 81 Sons-Morse Co. Dependable INSURANCE . . . ALL FORMS o Hulett Bldg. Phone 6284 aunlnummnnnnnnn nnuuumnumnmmnn 1mnnunumnnnnu1nmuumnunnnuumum COMPLIMENTS OF RALPI-FS CROCERY Complete FOOD MARKET nnnnnnmululmuuunnnlunnunnl mmm unn-nununu:muununummuummumuuunnuumnnm For a Very Special Treat Bring the Family to DINNER at HILLTOP INN JERUSALEM HILL o Dial 2-9397 for Reservations InununununnInnuuuuunmuuuuuuuuumnuxnnnsuunmnI nnunninunnununuuunnunun:nununumummn COMPLIMENTS OF E C K E R D ' S Cut-Rate Drug Store Prescriptions 127 West Water St. innunnuuninnnanun1innnununnuuunaninnuinnnlmmuumumnnu anInunxuunxnumuunulnuuninrinnnnnnuninuninnnnnuuxnuiunm COMPLIMENTS OF Deister 81 Butler QUALITY JEWELERS 119 North Main St. nulununnmanannnuunnnnnnununun:inunnmnuun-uuunnu nunnnnunnununununuunnmnnnInnnnnmnmmnumnnnm Ladies' Custom Tailoring Furrier COMPLIMENTS OF Angelo Deliisio Phone 2-1910-302-303 Snyder Bldg. Main St. near Water Elmira, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF SCl1Hl1Elli61',S Streainliner "Just a Good Place to Eat" 107-109 State St. 1nunnnurnInnnmuInuluInnunrnInnunnmumnnuuunun unluin:nunnnnnmninmnunmnnmnnmnmm nmmummunuununnnnuinnunulnnnuunnnnnnnnnnunnnnun ululuumnmu-nnunnnnuunuluuununnnuunununnnunmunnxn uThe Loomis Studio" Looivns an HALL PHOTOGRAPHY 364 North Main Street InunIinnununnnnunmnnnInmnnmnunmnummm umuunnnunnunuuunnnnunnnunuumnuuunnuuunnuun Furnish Your Room at PETERSONS 513-515 N. Main St. Phone 2-3920 Auunxunuuuunnunanuunnnnnuuuunnnxmummnnmummum uumnnunmmnunluuuunnuuunvnnunnunuinununnuuunmu COMPLIMENTS OF Irving D. Booth ininnninunmunnnnunmnmunlunnnumnnnn mninnlnInnuuummmunm Stop At Earl and fIerry's LANGDON PLAZA anin:nunnnnunnunnnnnnunmuunnu.mm-nu uvuulunluuIninnunInnunnunnuuunu Over a Century of Sound Banking 0 Cliemung Canal Trust Company . Cor. Water and State St. Member F. D. I. C. 'Page one hzmcl-red fwe nnunnunmnmnunuuu SUCCESS and CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1945 ISZARDVS Elmira's Largest Department Store umu:Inmmum:munm:mmumummmnmI mummmmmuunnumulnm:ummnu-mmmmmu ALPERT'S Elmira's Leading Jewelers And Opticians I 111 E. Water Street Elmira 1 Stores in Corning and Cortland InnnununIInmumnnmnmmmmnnmnum1nmnmmmumumum n1mnunmumm:mnmnmuummm:mnmmmummmumn COMPLIMENTS OF Elmira Savings and Loan Association mnmummumvumummmmumm:mmmnmumumnm m1InnummxnmmumnnuIuuumnuuununmnmmm COMPLIMENTS OF Hudson Shoe Co. QUALITY SPORTSWEAR Page one lnmdfrecl six num: 309 E. Water St. Everything in Victrola Records umunmnmnunuunmummm:unlmnnmnumlmnmnmumm mmm:nmmmmnummmmlmmnnummmmum:mmnmunmmu Compliments of a Friend nummmummmnn ummm mmnm manmmmm:mnmmmmnu1uummm:nlnmmmmmnnmn O7Neill's Shoe Store 105 W. Water St. Elmira, New York a xuummnmnummulmluuammuuIuIunInI1Innmmmnuuunmumm Select your Table Needs at the busy MARK TWAIN MARKET Where there are logical reasons for Selling for Less MARK TWAIN FOOD MARKET INCORPORATED 0 158 NORTH MAIN STREET Free Parking-Delivery Service PHONE 7141-7142 unlululnun1mumn:mmummmumnnmmnm 1nnunlnnnnunnuunnnnnnnnunlunnnunumnummuun SHEEHAN, DEAN Sz ooMPANY Incorporated o Smart Campus Clothes in Sportswear, Afternoon Dresses and Evening Gowns MODERATE PRICES ulnlnununnnnumnnnnununlunlununnunlnumummn unnnnununnunnununununnlInunununulnnnnununuuununululnn SHOES AND HOSIERY O GOSPER - KELLY ONE SIXTY MAIN ummm:nnuunnunnuuInunnannnnumuummnuuxl nnnununnnnuunnuunnnuuunnnnnnnnmmnnunm COMPLIMENTS OF KELLY DRUG CO. Dependable since 1894 o 109 N. Main St. CNear Waterb Church and Hoffman Sts. THE COMMERCIAL PRESS PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS X Telephone 6188 308 S. Main Street Elmira, N. Y. nnlnunuunnunuunnunnnnnumunnlumnmnannunmunnuuununun unnnnnnmununanunuununnunnnan:mmmannunn1nuuumummnnn QUALITY FURNITURE O EDGCOMB'S 131 N. Main Street nun:nununnInnunnnnlnunnuuunnnnunnux-nu 1nuannnnnnnnmuununuuumnnuuuunu "CAROfLYN" Coats, Suits, Dresses, Vitality Shoes Smart Millinery ROSENBAUMIS 112 West Water Street Page one hzmclrecl se THE MARK TWAIN SPECIALTY SHOP MARK TWAIN HOTEL ooMPLiMENTs ' OF A SPORTSWEAR AND LINGERIE PETRIE COAL BLoUsEs and Roisns O Dorothy K. Bacon uunumumuumnuuunummuunnn nnnnnunInmnunmumununnnuununuun4InuInun1ununun1annInnuu1n1nununmmnunmmmmn + ROSSl'.S' ff TEA ROOM and BAKERY ir PLEASANT ENVIRONMENT AND GOOD FOOD 408 WEST WASHINGTON AVENUE Dial 2-0921 'k ADDED ATTRACTION 24 N eW Streamlined Bowling Alleys We ask you to pay us a visit, and see for yourself Why Twenty Million People enjoy this sport. P g one Izzcndrcd eight BENDIX DRIVE nnnnnunnnuuuluun "The Mechanical Hand That Cranks Your Car" HSTARTIXU Switch Key Engine Starting plus Automatic Restarting For Cars, Trucks, and Motorboats "MORROW" Coaster Brakes for Bicycles ORDNANCE MATERIAL For Army and Navy ECLIPSE MACHINE DIVISION Bendix Aviation Corporation H ELMIRA, NEW YORK mummumn ummm u:mumnunmnmnnmnnnn u1nn1nnIunnumnuuuuunuuununu 1nuuumumnnunmnnn Preserve Our '6W'ay of Life" Buy Defense Stamps and Bonds- avoid vvasta?1et's all do our utmost. Our "WAY" is worth every sacrifice We are asked to make. C Elmira Bank Sz Trust Company A MARINE MIDLAND BANK nunuumunnnlununununluuInunuunuuunmu nmfnnnnlnunlnmnnuu gnununmmuvumuv COMPLIMENTS OF EMPIRE FOODS, Inc ELMIRA, N. Y. 0 formerly Empire Produce C. M. Sz R. Tompkins Page one hzmdrecl ERO-JOY ICE CREAM o Manufactured under the SEALTEST SYSTEM OF LABORATORY CONTROL uunzaInInumumumummnnuummnnunu11nnun1nuunmmunununm :nunnnnnnumnnunnuunumnunnnunuunuInnlunmnnunnnnnnn SAVE YOUR MONEY IN The Elmira Savings Bank 218 East Watel' St. Elmira, N. Y. Member Federal -Deposit Insurance Corp. nuuuuuun mlmumun -Q- ELIVIIRA H O W E L L V' Labels B oxe s 5. 14d1JerHsin,g "'e'L'i.'?I5kL..?a nlnnnnunnnmnunuuuuunnnu P ge one hu'ndv'ed ten COMPLIMENTS NEWBERRYRS 50 - 100 - 25c Stores anxuuxuuunnnnlnlnunumummnmmuunn nunnuumuunnmununnnImmun-uununnnuunmn COMPLIMENTS or H. STRAUSS, Inc. Exclusive Men's and Boys' Wear nruunnnunununnnnmummunmnnunnnnuunnuunmmum COMPLIMENTS OF RYLIYS PHARMACY B. F. RYLL, JR. Proprietor ununnnunnnnnnununumm: ummm1nununnunuuunnnnuuumumumu:annum SNYDER BROS. PRINTING CO. Dial 2-0140 Snyder Building Main Street 'ERNIE' MILLER'S CUT RATE Phone 29318 500 N. Main St. Elmira, N. 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RR , WV. unmnunnnunununummm:nnnu1mmmnannnmumnnnnnumnun Ill ull!nnunnuumnuImnunuununInnlnunnnunnununnununnnmnnnnunulu The STEINER Studio 133 West Gray Street Complete Photographic Service Dial 2-1331 nununuunsnnuuunnuuunnlunuluuunnuuuuu:nun u1nunmnnumnnuuuuuulnuulnunnuunnnnunnuunmun COMPLIMENTS OF THE Peerless Dry Cleaners :nunnnunnnunnmnnunnnnu'mununnunnnnnumunnmnmum X Page one Inmdrecl ele Compliments of The Thayer Family nannnIunnmunuuuuuumnImmunIuImunuuuunnmn nnnnumnuun ,,,,, nun A Friend The Sehermerhorn Family Mr. and Mrs. Harry Freedman 1 u1IAIuuuu11InnImuunnmnnnmnA :mann Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bressler Mrs. Marion B. Steele Mr. and Mrs. Cabot Hint Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Taylor .John E. Kilkelly Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis unlnn nnunInulunluuuuuuunnnnnll unulu nu: Page one hundred twelve ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Caldwell Mr, and Mrs, S, J, Lasger nm mumu M11 and MPS- Ralph P- Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. George S. Minde uunu nnnnnnnul Mr'1?42irlLIssaW' Wallace Mrs. Norman O. 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