Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1951

Page 1 of 126

 

Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1951 Edition, Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 126 of the 1951 volume:

Vw M57 Er,-"-, -l"",' , Y f Q 54 fx M bf' Q 511535 1-'Vigil' 2341153 .wi NQSNK X . -.5551-if " x N xx' K '- Ax ,X NN -,XXXL x x , -.-xxx ff ...ff ,x , . 3. N, x 'X x x -,Xa 5 f. Xx x W. ' I THE 7164 role 195: PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF ELMIRA COLLEGE L ELMIRA, NEW YORK RUTH LEE COHEN 0 EDITOR LORETTA KANTRA ' BUSINESS MANAGER IMES change-and this is our theme. Only yesterday we came to college, almost as children-and today, we are istrange and peculiar soundingl young women, still flushed with the discovery of college things. We often wonder at our evolution. For we have discovered many things. We have found a past and its traditions. Yet, we are a vital part oi the present and an ever-changing environment. We like Be-bop and we like Beethoven. We learn Plato and James, Picasso and Rembrandt. We discover our responsibility in an atomic era. We discover other things, 'too-the Christmas parties, the proms, the songs, the thrills of u lootball game, the relaxation at 3:30 in the afternoon over coilce in the Cowie Bin. And we discover suddenly that we are plunged into a timeless, match- less, wonderful spirit of a college which is a pest, a present, a future. We learn to like. We learn to discover. We learn to learn. The Class ol 1951 hopes that its IRIS succeeds in giving to you Elmira-an always moving, ever-growing college. Times change--and this is our theme. W l I . l -1 l. , x , .. 1 , ! -,..,., V . . . Only yesterday we came to college, almost as children Today we are still flushed with the discovery of college things Times change. l fin- ir YWWW W Y if Y W J, W V W Y -2 7-Y LY ---., X - f - - . V 21555 - rw , X uxsqmg N 'Vw .Y v ,F 5'2" J 1 1 - gif: 4 1 .11 ig: ff - ,, i- Y W W 15,1 ... ad, if Y BECAUSE AS OUR ADOPTED FATHER HE HAS BEEN OUR INSPIRATION FOR FOUR YEARS . . . AND FOR THIS BOOK. fy A -'1 'Av v 4 4-"f ' 'J' p. X QQ, rf . vxh. X . ff . F n . g E l Kg. .I Q. Q 4. 1. S, . 'i J If . gr- L ,J 1 . ? .., 5 jf: . ,Q 's V V v , .1251 .. - SEQ: ,Mx , ,W 2 Wx ' lil 4' , . QR? ,, U7-Liik L ' 1 'n--. 1 1..., ., . .NY 1 -Z, 1 -' gear., .J -, , iw V iv . ,Lim A - filief , , L Wa" 1 ,,S?iN' ,. za- .cwsaf ' QM I Wggv 41. 1:1112 , UZ, ' as 95 4 w K 3 E 3 Y pw,-,f : 2 M v my in 5 v Az. ..: ,-,ff , n- '3 1 -1 Q ff! wr age- 1, , xx- 5 B., , 5 N- N. .- ,Q ' Aug 'ws "N-xx- ,v 4 . ,' A 1 Ar.. ., 4 sY',::3 BUTE 'x Wx f'l,. 'ul 1? -4- 4' WW r2'W..iE v N my TN i X 77' vf5'."x'xs'zX . x z ,L ,A Q v-ZX K P fxx- 'X . Q -. sx Q 'X F F 'Nl m 'ls S - xi - Ku' . 4 T . ' ' 5 'v A 1 . N-s,. '.w .1 ,., :,. -I T - yf' lk- rx! 5 4? I A. 5.2 ' ' 5- 51' 5' V75 " '- Q' ff'wf5" 14' 3-I Q 4 -.'L 4' if . f ,, Q.S, ,Q..Xjg5 U-ig fb 54 hi Y 20? Q au, .J A 4 Q xv - Q .4 N? 0.1 f Wx . A Q' 'ny ' --kk 9" S iv V ' ' D-fs x -ur. 1 f.. - V " ' 'X' 'A' '44 -H " Q' . , if r "g-' , N U Q- .AL 4, If - f' QP- -'Y 4"' bulge ...S '. ,," ' I 5? , 1 K ',.-" ""- 2' lv ,- ' ,.',' ,.'. ' K. " 1 'uw . - -' -- 'l -Q.: u 2 , ,S 0 A L yi.. ' Ag f FV Q :X -' -. -rf, 5 ' ' , ri ,fig lk' , . fqfbifn - 'g,n O ' I xisj J . V 4 g . 1 ' "-2 x,. . sa- A x, "'w - . . -.,' 5 ,, ,' ----N-' 14 Q-. .. . W- 5 A ur.. "" -qi,-5 "- H 'N X U- .L .. -41. . ,six -Qu - N 1'P P f-, 7 Ngix .X ' xx, Q xv -'px ., lggiggq-: mx N5 : . V. Q15 1- X . - X,-xg? . "" si A -. 'Y V 1 ' I 5. V f Q f SV A K x J ' 5 ,,4 71. . , . ,,- W , .' f 4 H2 'I ! 3 f I. .Y g. '55 bil? 1 - "QQ 'za 1' 'QE' .,:-- . Q i L . I: fn ""?'w. A 5 fi- ., e. , -"' , .. 1 , " W1 X r It Q :JH 1 , ,Ai , , i 1 5 - --, 1 . 'X Y 'K lxx Lia X Y A i mn nil ll! Ili iii Il Ill IIS + !!!L II II ll Il Ilgil lggl 5 + lil Il ll I! 5v f .Ji TABLE OF CONTENTS This is how we learn-through hooks and through classes . . . hy exchanging opinions over a hqt cup of coffee in the Cowle Bin . . . or, late at night, propped up with pillows, 'talking things over in our rooms . . . .at our easels and in the newspapei-'s makeup room . . . in labs and at concerts . . . in the hushed quiet of the library or in the noise and excitement of a prom weekend-this is how we learn. CLASSROOM . . PAGE I6 vi EXTRA-CURRICULAR . .'PAGE 24 AFTER HOURS . . . PAGE 46 Y . - Z' -fy mg.:- Qi 555, LUB -5- 'T Aa ,w -,,.f.1i "S: f , 425215 E12f?7 'f'? . .V , r .gnygygffff '. y.: , ,. 'Je ,"-fj'l','fy,'1,2'1i'A . Q1f?ii?EgZ?ff4:?if?E:if:ff'" , .- .clvl ' ,A-,.y.1,"-fA'nj' A- uf-14 ,.?QA:3i,7?.31i35yCgfX L 2 A3g:l,jf,V?35?v ,-iw-lf' " ,J , , AH I - .,-4 -u f .vif,fr: fff. .f . ..'.' . g,'4ffg2,, f. V . .-,k'q'Z71'T-W,-1'. A-'fiffw' ff J? ' 1'if':-'f- ?'. mf! ' ' ' V f 'rf W pw ' 1 JL.,-f'f,ih,-' ' wi , if H 1 .,X,. ' ' f' , rr -4 I 4 . 1 -- .- A H 'm4'W'wM,m.4 W,,i7,.,q..'.lg:g.4',10p1e5Hf-,nl v gig-P-4.-.1 -W NK1 ' irc. ,Q Inspiring us to nriching our minds with wisdomg want to learng Encouraging us to tryg From failure, sowing seeds of our successg Counseling and guiding usg These are our teachers- These are why we learn. Shakespeare and a eigaretteg Politics and coffeeg Helping us to understandg Helping us as friendsg These are our helpmates- These are how we learn. These are why we try. FACU LTY We don't notice it right away. So many changes have taken place, but we don't notice them all at once. Then, gradually we discover that all the unhelated names and ideas and phrases that we have manipulated in our classrooms have blended into a uniform whole. From the "whys" and the "whats" have emerged us and our ideas. And this "Us" is the purpose of the classroom. X TUDEN S u Q .f A XX aa Suddenly we are home, and Dad discovers with a start that the little girl whom he sent to college is making it difficult for him to hold up his ehd of the discussion on politics. And simultaneously, we realize how very much Dad has to say. Some of us know about the life cycle of a nine- banded armadillo, and others of us talk freely on the relative merits of Matisse and Van Gogh. But vvhether our specialties lie along amoeba, labor- management, or Grandma Moses lines, we learn to know a goodly number ol our professors in the varied atmospheres of the lecture room, Cowle Bin, and even in their own, friendly living rooms. Thus, our learning doesn't only stem from the reading of the textbookis blaclc and white page. It is a warm, integral part of living. ...- mm i , IIIIIHI 1? VII' Lv- ,.. r4n11.,4um.ww. 18 Times change, hut we will never forget . . . our Cowie Bin talks with Mr. Coldwell, definitely sprinkled with T. S. Eliot and dry witticisms . . . open house at the Eldreds . . . Our feverishly finishing a paper at four in the morning, a few hours before the deadline . . . the play-days with Wells . . . Miss Orhison's delight when our dis- sected frog had a perfect brain . . . talks with Dean Paine about almost any subject at all . . 1 155 psL,iensv .qu r 'bi' -to-burr Dr. Bernt and his manipulation of formidable graphs . . . Jung and Freud and Dr. Scheck . . . the exciting, edifying history courses of Dr. Swcaringen . . . and a host of other classroom associations, all creating in us a permanent in- spiration to learn . . . These things we will never forget. -S .,p A. Q rn, 'xisw .N tgp ' wi fi,-' u ff-4 I . -4 'x,.! X Q 'T' Sf Magis' x -.. x , ka v , Y. . LX, A44' ,A 1. 1 aw' 'imw ff W 'D' "1 5' 'I 1s.',r Ni Sh 1 n , x M '- 1 ,fu-gr' .ir 4 Y ,.A1: , ,fi f-. ,fi . ., f sf-'J N -13-. ' ,fs -6511, up 1. x X ' ' "1-W . "f""2,, T 5"ng1'f. 121,-W - ea... H f' 1 -'-A ,I r 'QQ - , E , "li ' r' J Q Q L fl' 'T if X 'ru L 1 . f 'V 'fn n ' "Z A-w3.:.',,, ... - H .P ' Y 4, 'Ziff X '5flZa"fi"K,.. 4 A " 22215 ' ' ' ff- -' Q"s'L27:" X 1 ,. ,., 4 p f , -, H. . ' V'-QP ' J" "- ' g ',,. , I 1 -. ' fa, 1, 'f u R 3 Sfrfib-Fil-..".,' 'nf bg K '- Tsgzpfi ..:- 1 4 1' fian- . D , ga, J' fr? ,I df E habla our espanol and parlez our francais, and then we reach for another Lorna Doone and a coke. Sometimes we prac- tice Weidman or Graham technique until we can hardly move. Or maybe we spend our Tuesday nights pasting a newspaper to- gether, and Wednesdays, thrashing out the Russian situation over in the browsing room at I.R.C. We never really knew about Benjamin Britten before Glee Club, and we hadnit seen our work in print before we sent our poem to Sihyl. . A lot of change takes place in this extra- curricular workshop. But then, change is our theme, isn't it? STUDE "I do hereby accept the said Constitution and Charter of the Student Association and do pledge my honor as a student of Elmira College that I will accept the responsibilities of citizenship in my college community." Elmira gives us more than education from books. Through our Student Gov- ernment aml effective Honor System, we come to appreciate the privileges and duties of citizenship. Elmirafs faith in our integrity encourages us to become adults. I 5?L'i9Qr1-. ' V- if , - h ' .L ...-I. Q. ""'-. ' "1I lN"'f- l y-gill" Q 4,551 GOVERNMENT Senate has progressed this year under the keen direction of Molly Clark to extend the Honor System to every phase of college life, including library regulations and gym cuts. On the lighter side of the Monday night meetings, Senate mem- bers won't forget A. A.'s serenades, O'Hanlon's chuckle, those inevitable notes slipped under the door, Mary Humpton's talent for hitting the nail on the head, and Lyn's "Does anybody know anything about . . .?" LQ.. . n-an M311 K. . 3321, ,- ,1- 4 , f' My-214 ,,qf"" ' .pg A5 i STUDENT FELLOWSHIP With Nancy Hutchcraft as the enthusiastic and capable president, Student Fellowship has as- sumed a position of active leadership in religious activities on campus. Both Cabinet and Member- ship have contributedto the broadened program initiated this year. Rabbi Haberman and Dr. E. Stanley Jones were only two of the excellent speakers on topics of religious and social interest to lead the monthly open meetings. A new develop- ment has been the Sunday evening vesper services which provide a short period for meditation and prayer. Community Service is now an S. F. func- tion under the leadership of Ruth Ann Patton. The list of activities sponsored becomes very longg but highlights of the year were Bazaar, suc- cessfully conducted by Joan Lowry and her assistantsg the W. S. S. F. drive in which the stu- dent body pledged over S350 for relief in Europe and Asiag and a program of religious emphasis, with "Scepticism among College Students" as the major theme. Many girls have had the oppor- tunity to attend Student Christian Movement and Denominational Conferences in New York State. S. F. has attempted to encourage a. deeper foundation for individual religious beliefs, and to co-ordinate the varying faiths in a harmonious community of interests and efforts. Certainly S. F. has succeeded this year in ber purpose to an admirable extent. hu xl Ll I J A J ar' i"l is N 0 n Heron HO I-s s The Soc. malor's workshop is the Neighborhood House. Here, one llndsall those who are attracted to social work engaged in teaching multitudinous arts to children ol all ages, all races, all creeds. Activities are as varied as the pupils themselves: from sewing and knitting for the younger girls to conducting cr cooking class for teen-age boys. t r The Neighborhood House prolect, although still in its infancy, has produced marvelous results. It has succeeded admirably in its purpose of allording the children of Qlmira pleasant pastimes as well as constructive recreation. flmircfs students are to be commended lor their increasing interest and success in this most worthy oi undertakings. is 1 ii r 5 I 4' Laughter ringing from Mac's room, fthat was Helene and her literary staff.j "Oh, no! Not all of them retakenln fthat was Louie, our photography editoinj Ruler, drawing pencil, much glue, QNancy, the artist, and her right hand, Marty Lawton, mounting pictures in the wee hours.j How to make one dollar equal two, that was Loretta's and Buckie's problem. Another yearbook could be devoted to naming the unsung heroes of the IRIS staff: Ruth Lee and Marcia in grave consultation, Gerry and Barb and many more, typing and retypingg the many girls who pleaded for ads, those who searched high and low for missing photographsg Miss Davis and Mr. Meltzer and members of other classes, al- ways on hand with that necessary shot in the arm. IRIS thanks you, one and all, for a job well done! Ll K1 -1 xxlx mmf' A CEREEKGNY O? CAROXS 23 V54 Q-Yxs NNXW- vmx'iTUj ,. W., new-L ZLL- fefwyv 59 U 5-1 ,B M it ami W -. 555 f 2? Z ai' f Z we 929 v6 The joy of belonging to the Glee Club is not the swelling applause of the audience: appearances before an audience are few and far between com- pared with the number of practice sessions in preparation. The joy of being a member of this organization is the joy of singing. Our Glee Club headed by President Andy, made its debut this year at the Christmas Concert which featured Britteu's Ceremony of Carols, and which, under Gwynn's able direction, met with spectacular success. The Spring Concert with Bowdoin ended an- other year of song with great promise for the future. BU mN"" POINTS noi: x'.,1.xxx1x1fx.,. I7 lil.Xllll-X mm-:cal-1, l'll.Nllll'l. xml' NUNK ,,,,,,,,,n,. ,,- ,.,,., BUILDING STARTS NL ALITYJITOI 'rs A A DO ED .M llu- luil nwrlin-' uf llxe linux' mlllrv on lfurrlculum ul liun il has volvul lu urn-an Yulloning lli-solutions far nvllull hy llw lfzurully. -Xl an -nm yeslernlnxy mum, llw ": ' ml all ilu- nl' lllrw llvsululln l. ll is lwrnln rumlu-ll llxul 1-lnulily Point 55511-lu ln- :nlnum cel :mul llwl ln-lwufnrlln all :gruulx lu- re-pnrtc-ll. u-mrllcn. un, lruu rrlpu-sl in lernxf nl' parm-nlagvs. ll is lwrrlly l'x-:fulvwl llm l rernnls for 1'url'n'ul :lm rn A lrunwlulml lu pm'wL-xnlugw :mul vnrrf A K. ' 'N ' ', I ' 'L llml urnulul nill l-1-l-u-uk ilu- in-xl ll-ll .l.n- Il.: ': 'mv 1-. Xl- IIUIN ' K"' g -v llh. ' -' " l .-- l-1-vu --A ..-I-1 lmlh - lriup. nv 1 - 1.4-llml null-l lu- -mupl--ll-ll -ll ln rlllmnvx xmulll ll.- Almwlilun- m-xl Alumni. -.laxll-lm-nl. llx, ll-lu-ll plana- uhivln :uv mpilllx I lun I-n llu' lu-xl I . ull V llt ' x Xml nu ilu- lh1gialrnr's luuol-.A uw' ,W- lrunsvrlpls ul' nhl- liullmg- Vvgifnr M., E l'K'llldg1'S.lllE Gculv l' ' f Y wlll' A4 wx- 'W J, 4: mas. up ' NN I, xv'-'A W vfl' - ' X:-'ct X Oflmlu- Xl "lax Xvlw' .5. ll IS lun 465, ,ikkl ,ld-. 1 xg,- ronnlillnus li A' Mg' dnl.-QXxk' X? i1,vAv , ' mul Clussrum wf' gun- , 'fYw1Y- A Vicky .A lim-Al ue fnllm y-Html -,gg Av WAN- wk-VVN V i 0 Y Q WMM. vhxwv- .I we at Mp.- l,l'.Nl'.llAl, f . xf L5,w'X'l A, N me- Xt NATION fur Wax bv' 5' we YU og Huw .W 1 will ln- impust 15N wkxllux Qwnlfc Ocmglll K e-ml uvvrzlgm- nl ykxfl' Un? lakes- xtg-nth' X lln' sullu-ah-r lul X05 .mA mill v- xo .lvXxwv. 16,6 ul-zxmm. Am. W 1, +u-W2 lv-' W..+.1-YW - ll-X'l'lllN for llu- nw WXNIM N01 xwxilovv. MYGW slvl' will llc ixnprusi 1 NAU mow YW, Tv Qilwl- xx nu-rugv ul llw Q-ml L qlwo Xxclg' x owfwl iwqyxfl Q. blur falls lm-low TUG nl co mxxxflxxfdu-ll' . ,xml W , ur nxow ul' xxurli. wmv nv xl.-P ' ci Xxilnlxv gxfxul .uf - n . . - KZIAXSSIQKPUSI Pllllll,-X lwl. N--"xQ..lmA X' www' Klux- Qulviz-rl 4-um'vrnl-ll Ynru.0xA 'J , NQNXXT X lllxpuai-nl lm' ilu- lnllmxx. ,XX-. 'wuvyff' Kon yn 3' fm-Alu-slr-x' mln-u Un- uvvr. ani Nyxrbl XJ. mf mv' Vx A WW mx Y alll' Y l -l. vo YA' I ns' , K. l lv. vu llc lla - mi' :lu-cl lr! llu- Elnxim llxm nl' illlllvhl. lr. ll.1-l.:-ll.114-uf-illlm-. :mal lfunll l vm mix 1 - 1 x. - ' x .- I l"lm-l." 1 nilllinu n- ' x n nun-l . nil A N 'fu' :allu- fvu-l'1'ru 1- Ln-l nu ur vlur:-rumn uf--. lu .ulll ur-nluling nl -'l.u-an-A um lv 'al gm-l rl.l+ umlllfl- mix .nc-if lull ln- sxgm-ll nl ll u-ww ax'.1'g l . ilu' In-xl lmllullnv ulll lu' 'ml ul ll X' l' ml ' "fl, "l ll 'l inI'n'uun'x uill lwgin Xlumlnx ' -A lnlgln :xml lm-.114-.l nu lln- .umkv mn Im llu- rx--xl lluxlnln 'llfl -'urm-r -nf Fixllx Fllvvl ulxh-lu xnll ln- run-lrnnlwl nu p.l ' ml Um ul lln- pu'-1-nl mhrmaus rxlv. 'lu-x rl. l'l1u-1-. ll x.xll 4-xlv 0 vu-ry clcluil. :wing uni lu-an ln lu n ul 1 ul 4,5 XX ,1-ff lrusln-1--. Nlnlln-nl llelu-ml. lu nlnm- ll:- Llllllllllill' an llrlln-t'l'rS:lx'y .lml Vx- nr ll'..,!m.,lU,x Img uniun Rx pufuwlxu lvu-1-xm-lxllll lznl-mln." LAS AFICIONADAS "Hola, Senoritaf' Chardie greets us as she scoots around with her notebook. Las Estrallas wait in the hall for their cues. We sing and we converse, en espanol., por supuesto. Then come the refrescos deliciosos. An hour and a half fly by, and we bid a regretful- buenas noches to another meeting of Las Aficionadas. Spanish Club is no duty. We go because we enjoy it, because the atmosphere is cheerful and informal, and because speaking Spanish is fun. il I 'ff 'Ms-fx . , mc'- f ,gf . xg ,ff ex ,M A Le- is 1-""q"4'TAi-we . ' 1. ' A -Q-gg - fm-,Q -Q :-,,..,.t..f ' 0215: . .. V A er N- --.-.,., :sa Y- . . ,- gf' -' -3 The enthusiasm of Winnie, the officers, and ad- visors of the French Circle have made this club more active than ever. The program has been varied: there have been films on French tapestries, and on the region around Annecy, accompanied by Miss Reverchon,s lectures. We especially enjoyed group singing of folk songs, our discussion of Sartre, and the Christmas party. And it was a wonderful picnic, wasn't4it? Mais oui! z- x. , .:it.,.: if V ! '2.1' if!- CERCLE FRANCAIS :I -., 7 A ' X f TQ' P Y' mf. f 4 'X 5 X Q Q .7, fl Q W fi! Ng., , . rig- .... K5 -. ' -, if , f AM The impatient audience became suddenly, mag- ically quiet. The houselights were dimmed, and the footlights blazed. The curtains parted. Thespis was off to a line start with the Class of '50's presentation of "Lady of Lettersf' Starring were Katherine Cornell, in the person of Patty Northrup, and the comical Dr. Rutenber. Who will ever forget Patty's amusing attempts to mas- ter the guitar, or Dr. Rutenber's trying moments with wife, Adelaide? And Phyl Cass was a huge success in the character of Dr. Rutenber's mother- in-law. Thunderous applause as the play ended, as well as the many curtain calls, verified that Thespis and Koochie had done it again. Most of us will always remember June Play last year, "Skin of Our Teeth." Such hilarious enter- tainment is not often ours. We followed the antics of the Antrobuses, and their "general utility maid," Lily Sabina, through, fire, flood and pesti- lenceg and we, too, survived by "the skin of our teeth." This year, the newly 'organized Junior Thespis, under the direction of Miss Lowell, completed their first theatrical production, and met with the same success that is so typical of the entire Thespis group. 39 'win 'H ART CLUB This year's Art Club, headed by Ellen Wilhams, The art exhibit in Tompkins which displayed has led its members on a merry chase from ex- the Work of both faculty and students was of in- hibits to films on modern art and ceramics. The terest to just everybody. art .course now includes textile painting, pastel It has been a great year for the club, and an painting, and other forms of art not usually even greater one looms on the horizon. present in a college curriculum. Y A I B . Q? 'wa SIBYL SIB YL finally came out of hiding in December and surprised everyone with a- black- cover slashed with white streaks of surrealistic art-Ellen WiUiams' genius fully displayed. The editor, Phyl Webb, continued screaming for the modernistic touch, in the form of an article on modern litera- ture by Dr. David Coldwell. Yes, we were attempting to be artistic and modern all at once, and the sueceedin two issues surprised even the esteemed staff oig editors. A bold two-column layout embodied bizarre cap- tions, larger print and varied articles. ' The March issue captured a musical note, and in June we resented a dramatic theme. ' Helene ghortsleeve blessed us with poetry throughout, and we loved the essays and short stories of Nancy Rogers, Ruth Lee Cohen, Betty Ross, and Callie Shaver. L..f is .,.,.,..,-.--V- ece fan' xv' ,i , I lg , in 'lp iQ!" -' ' E E f s 9 fs s EZ 'Q 9 t? Q- s g' ' f 41 DEBATE Anyone who fancies herself a junior version of Cicero need only join the Debate Club to display her oratorical talents. This club was reorganized this year under the direction of Liz Pelton as manager of debate and Jane Meyjes as treasurer. To become a member, one was expected to attend a weekly debate class under the tutelage of Miss Quinlan. Plans were made to present a debate to I.R.C. and to debate in the spring with Cornell and possibly with Hobart. Elmira College has the distinction of being one of four women's colleges to be a member of Delta Sigma Rho, honorary debating society. 522 65' ae? N v7 CLUB 'WK ii, Q3 X x 40, X XY' my .QXW 5 in X2-:Qs as N 5,9 A s Q 15 "-2 f I.: 5, 5 : ' "iff-ff' -Q a- -S5 55335. 5 5 af e'E,f,F55?5ji"" ' Q f Arafat" '- s - ggi ff ff ?i5ss55fj- if Si f -:Mig-A c ,assi jj! Q fu s e 5 ey' '-"F -'ff .ea F, 'Nah ' 4' N .wif '? W 2 'Q sr 1 z. 'E Pr: 5 552-'f"2,A 5 :Lb J-vfdyi '- E iffiilffst P: fx 2-P5 'Ip Irg 55':35'1',5.:f':1 - -sts? ,. S . K 1 xxx ' '- yt can Xi? raw. . .X xl -x Y'p,cl'a,.-5110 '- 36-i"n,,M"E:ri i.r.c'+, ' A 1 Tbpi f0f:efigg,fa8'f5f3ysph,,1 e JT ,Ii I ' '- l 4-'Psi "Ga ' A-hu A ,FJ ,i:Z22"::,.11g1'G-r.,j1-'f:?.,,"' Iss - fig' he af'-I ug, I "'Hm.',,3hv.,,,g'm-v..,,"g:- -q"'s-uf 4 33'-'1.f'.J'::'f',L,gfafZf'1"f-i.i',,'5Hfs'2.3""fo-k37gm,. aff'2Ts',',gfw,z'w'-f,m'f"'..,a-1 MLW J.. .o 4 f',1':,f-'-'ff..4,,"'ffw,""fa-.1,,:"- H-H' ri I . cas"-mf...'+ X w..E"w'fL'rwr a. rn u,,,,,,'1m,,,,'4, W. MQW, uf . A A "Ulu ' he 'Ulugh Plug, ' :: ' K . 1f.h'b1sp,""'iiNE 'fu mf" QM, 'W-if fa- V 1-.,,"'-ww, ,'1,"Rq.,,,,"'-rw, 'viiZ'1.,f""ft:q.,"'fu' ! -r sm.,,:j'wu.,,,W-u5sfL"m4,v'74Q -w"1',"wy',f' - me hmmm-.1qm,2ANEm , ' N. -1. ' mm n 'A' sigma uns, :ze-as H -ffw.bii7:'.:s."H:.'-V.: U Af-as was .,., "t"""""?'f......1""-f'm:":f V x.,' 4a N 'aah ""l'1ao"Ho .u Wm ag, W 5:1 Jn, --,,3fQyCM'!:uhm'beqhV q' gmnzugph, . '- TIO AL RELATIONS ' -1 Q E gn fx 5 ,FJ I.R.C. started its year off with a bang: Dr. 'I' E R Swearingen ably led the parade of speakers which followed. Our lives were made a little richer when Monica shared her experiences with us. We rolled out the royal carpet for an "honest-to-goodness" Member of Parliament, Captain Marsden. Out- looks were clarified by attendance at the Forum C L u B and participation in conferences. In late October., I.R.C. joined hands with the Elmira Foreign Policy Ass'n to present a distinguished roster of speakers. "The World is too much withuus . . ." I.R.C.'s ' ' students realize it. help Elmira s aim has been to 43 .Bigger and better than ever-that,s our A.A. Council under the leadership of Pat Northrup. This year saw the addition of an entertainment manager, a fencing manager and another fresh- man representative. Early in the fall, A. A. began a campaign to pep up school spirit and increase their treasury by sponsoring a barn dance in the gym. This was followedby a bake sale and a very successful sale of Elmira College calendars. With the profits they were able to send delegates to a state athletic conference at Albany, to participate in play days and to buy the annual awards-the numerals, letters, the 1500 point awards and the white blazer for '50's all-round girl. 0- L F ""-'H O f 1 I Xi- 41 i' 7 Jiffy L AW" +.....- , A i 'U 5111 Hockey led off the parade of sports in Septem- ber. The seniors showed their supremacy in intra- murals and the varsity gave its all in games with Park School and Lockhaven. Next came volley- ball, basketball and baseball with badminton, tennis and archery tournaments interspersed. Now at the close of another successful year, A. A. is making more great plans for 1950-1951. Fe v" 45 .....g. . ,ii '. : I J , rg. , Q... V, .P Tk'??,a :A ' ' Hyii.: ' . "5 L sg sv ",J.- , M ' W , "9 - E l. ,--4. L: '5 . Q, 9 P 1, ' I "2 tw- JW N . 113 ,... X x If A W '3 W Our after hours are up on the ' hoard. There is a iaded hont the huhetm gardenia tehing ns a prom at the Twain, the dress we wore, the songs we danced to. Here is a ioothah program, and around it, picrures oi us devour- ing a hot dog, dancing to "F1ora Dora Baby," sitting on the dorm steps. A battered hat, a party favor, a hook oi matches, and ' aye he our after thee hours. e Wm ahw' gym 47 . E3 MW hriama 'Ar . ? E E 1 f f ! I . Spring weather is always beautiful at Elmira. That is, until May Day. The Big Day always finds the crowd at Watkins Glen chilled through as they wait for the outstanding sophomore to be chosen queen. '51 was triply blessed, for we had a normal Queen of the May, and a two-headed one. Mock May Day featured Queen Scheibel alighting from Mike's jalopy, with heads tucked under her arm. Surrounded by masquerading sophs, she then leapt into the puddle. The next day, a beaming Barb Higgins received the royal crown from '50's queen, Peg Simpson. The modern dancers paid homage to our own member of royalty, and May Day was over for another year. WEEKENDS x F fm-, K X1 N X S' .-N. G! NH ., I5 at ..f 'xtfzfix Y -V' 0' ' Gi' as 1: KM . tx . .4 - Z' W E F' J J. a L-.4 N-- VL. . Af-. an -- -X3-v-Fi 'va 61 Qfhffl 'G l L X I 3 ,K K A girl and boy walking hand in hand across the College campus, a hurried dinner at Musty's, then rushing back to school for Friday night skits or a barn danceg cutting classes on Saturday to catch up on sleep and to prepare ourselves for the after- noon picnicg a frantic search, at the last minute on Saturday night, for ballet slippers, earrings, or evening wrap, then the odor of a gardenia in the taxi ride to town, the warm, crushed-together scents of flowers, the sound of skirts rustling up the stairs, and the muflled, mingled oneness of hundreds of happy voices, soft music in the ball- roomg smooth, gliding motion and shivering skirts, intermission, still feeling the fullness of the evening in the excitement of the night, back to the dorm, and a hurried goodnight, the watchman locking up, Sunday, a flurry of packing and goodbyes at the bus or train. All these things are what "Prom Weekend" means. hi . 2 mga X, .3 R 1 or p, , Mlmlf ff " -1.1.3. ff' iff' I " Qif f 1 ?'35? Ql N I 1 !.f"'7j.r, , 25, V ,, z 1 E 5.31, 1. v , --' , " 9 'pf 'Y if 9 , uf 1' 'rx X X X Q ' l I ' 1 s 'fav M lk llli Xgi X l " I 1. 1' 'll kms it C Q le . fl,l im KX X X f- ' Y -, 'sg W Z 9 W, V X P I N A bevy of multi-colored blazers, the spirit of song and laughter, the overloaded College truck, Big Sisters and Buddies., Harris Hill or Eldridge Park, hot dogs and mustard, sheet cake and coke, chef hats, the smell of charcoal burning, class songs, baseball and bat, singing a greeting to guests. "The Lighthouse Keeper,s Daughteru and "It"s a Cruel, Cruel World!", another song, a cheerful farewell, "Gee, I'm exhausted, but wasn't it fun?!" :zslfw ' H' N 'N ,,-Q-,p ,VU , 2115. A ..--Pl.,El?2'i2Efv4- 1 ,1,,.,,,.1w..f. 'fn 1 N' . 51 -f, - 2 ,V Y 'L ' "Y'f'E'f3fI25li'3 : Q-Tis' W ' " --u.:m'Q' 1' ': K! Ae!!-x x M.. . ' A- X --ff - -X-L -v . ' K .U . 5 a Eg, :ES if gg r 75.7 144 Q, .X iv x . X ' H , ' Z4 Q 1? . YR , ,-X f 1 ., . Xl- - 4, L ,, 'V l..25z:w. ' ,-.X 'I' 9 M, 0.-A, 'SC-av 'HFS 'Y -it . fva 11 vw vases-, W .M ma. .-.1 , 1,1 Lf ,W ,T g,41+"L-if mx . -r.-Q.,-.pg 213, L F V:1f313" I " ' 4--.' wsfmj .- x 'iFTin,7gV:y1.jE,,cx:uf'7 ' S x..f 1-5 . x EWS 'ww , .L ff gm "fQ:14-' M vff'cf"f A' :r T ,ik wg. - again. 5: ga y ,.,, -v ,. tx -Wgwn Q. .,-. Nb- """1'1,, ZAEQ.. . S- -1, ,Jim f 'Q "X v 'f H' 55 ff' 'C' 9. -50: .' -nf Z , - x '-' ,lv-P, , 30 :-:.:L-fe 5,1-L an 4.-aff ' - - 1 -X .fr F- ,- ,-11. ,A ..,f-W.. ,VV my fd 'rf Q A A A. . Ai A 6- , -, , 1 A L , - uri, . 'ff f-J . ,. ,Q ' L . . V 4 I .3 - W ' .,1,,L.g. J-1 -W fm - V, W 45' , V - , f f - , '4w,1r,.,:1'?2mQ7 J . A .Lim- A .ii :H W 7 3 W. 1 9 'uf' dl -W in 'K' E . 4 I - lu I-135 .lf . A 1.' r'f-ix' ' , -f LET w -L ww sv '- bw fit: .- ,. -' gi ..-'lx , A .V L I5.5E."' ' -X , 'f a 1 , - -.nv- :: F ,R ,X , AY . , ,, I ',Lff..j:,1-L r Y - -. , , If -Q ,. -ik IH:-,J-. 1 J 'I A r V AJ I V , ' . :fin Li' n 5 '--:J v - ' "f H ..'5::'?'f.f:f,'l3' ' 1,1 .' i ' ' 1 ff - 'Y if ., fi-1 ,L ' ' ' P lgf-'icww C -A we . Q f 4f'A,f,,'f'?L E '1s'i1:.j?'?'!Qw s V f1'4.L,-xgiififf-f A A YJ' Q1 A -ligdggf . -' J A if ,- A .. , . I I -.f ,A -JI' H :J " 7"Lw--E':-.,-- w - 1, -A,' . ' . . ., ,, :J X- ,fq,,:y, , - L k . ., .. W, w 1 1 ' M! "W: WJ' ' ff ,. , "' 5' ' V ' ' 7 "gf, :.f1ixf-Il? , 4 .. - ' ' ' , x -' 4. A 1 -' ., ' 1 . x,jffT, ' -v-:Sli-1-"f-'V , 1 , V , ' gw gg . h ,.', f- --ri. Q. Ji 'Ir L ,A -N ,., s .1 R7 . r -ffl' 11 4: '- 1 A .- V ..:, , w .N w l X 4-1 ' ' ,AJ-TWH ,gig 3 ' x , '-Nl, V ,L 1 -:. fi, Q.. 1 A-"SA L af' ..:" -mg' Xxx . In sz Iv S2522 Jw' m 9'Jg's' ': '- J er. ...Q , .2 75:41 us.-rn.-. LJ5 ' -- ' ' L1 SWL 5 '75 , ..-v,n,,m x- v X -.E-'yw- H , x , Fi2,mTL:h.giH, Y::.jfxQV-,-E.t.:LL.,., V, 4 6591 0 J- pf: will .j 'Q QQ' 4" z" 3-' - 1 25:34 NH . H, V ,. ,, 4 . 1 , , , V I . if 1 ,. f pn.: 1 HW'-1 J, , 1 -Q. vi V KJ gi, I? ' L-if . 1 Y, V , , 11' rrfzw f , mv Q?-5 ' P I 4 ' - !g,ig,,:'j,'Ij211 -if .21-,' 'gT52'Fgf3,, ,mi-' WEL, x':, if, - lm -'Q ' 4, ,. .K 1 . Wi FE HF S- ff Qi' , L. ..- ,nv K1 r 2 lk I Q W1 V- "Ll:Q.1"7, -L' 'f-2411.-'. 1 E SY L- -yr- .A 1 V. '. . J Q3 Q Q vi Q, . .4 , 5.25 -E? 'i'?"- N, 1 lf . .ull i ls "!5:::z. , .,,. In v 7555?-.. K ? :Arr ' 3:2131 L-,f U .1 M, , 1 -1 wiififf 5 5, wa .:"4:,1- "4U"',j' f ,, N 1 'Jr' E'-':"1j, . I ,F , LCA 1' X . mv " " 'Alsf3?aigwf.g .. ff-'11, 'Ar . , 1 ' is 1 X , :vp V. ffx' 5 X -if ri- ,gigs ' ,f . - 4'-E. f h xx ,' - yi' T A , W if r44Cf,X - I , 1 uf XJ. 1 uw U 1 -Cd, A 'R 1 I N 5? ,si --9 . . , L f ' f 1. . L11 , . f. -R 1 L L. , W . - ggi, l :riff N. W: S v. .hkmli ,VG i - Hx :W -' , r 3 'gil 1. f . - g:A.'3LQ4"5".4Q -' Y ' I kg . 55 L' , , ' -"' ' .' fr .'n.e---,Q ' - H -' 1 Liff ff. iii 'A ff? 24 - Mi , .., X , Y vw , , j H V viii: visa. " ' 'N ' 1 1 4 H+ HU X H ','.,j- 1 . 14,1 " " l " ul 'mei , 2 - fe f 2 .55 ,H ,A TUQRZL-'-1:,. , nit i., 1 'P .x,','5-.VS E ,, 3 Y- Q 'it Q V-ykg Vffk' :Qin-.. sc. 'N . . , A I -I A ' s fi ' . ff ,-.. ,1ai': I ,V - 1 -. .fijj . . W5 - ,Q f. 25 - A g'. 'L' -3 l ,L -,5 ,Y 1 ,, , , 4 U. f 5 , 'U-I5 , ' A 32 'Y A A, , ,gf 1 f- f if vii A ,X ' U , Y uf . ,Qi - '15 -I ,Y - .-1:51 : 1' aw' .. " - lf 'W V 7, ...,, , ,, , W . 14 . W fi, .. , V ., ., ' 1 43-iuzfhr . Sgglggglrf A A. .. w . . ' . ,gigs . -.L-5 , ,,,. ' N rv 2 f+-fu" , -...W " ' 21" ' 'Y 'ST 129' 'v ' M - -, . M, .- 4 T5 w -'.-'1Lz- J. . nr' t .- -'fu 1 sw, 1 '-' - .- '-if ,525 ' :sf . Zh my M .gm ' 'K Q,-35 W - .. -A - 'I . +A rm' , fx , E-3 -gg,-:A ., , A .v. ,-1,-, , - V gr-I- MQ V- 33- Q 11,1 r 4 fpgijl A , ga. RL . ,bv 'A :U H221 ' 625641 ff ,SM . '62, 2 . , M. 1, ,- mplm fs u. QQ' ,R . . ,- 1 "ffm, Q ' . Y . 12, V ii nqgg' A 7 L J- ,Jus ' X F fffflll, 2,612 .1 -A X MQEX5, n. W V ,1 MQW' - L wa , -L, X iii We Q1-f,u.141a:-.gi 1,53 5, 53-T -,N 'Q' ia J. 1 ""5!"' M .- my ' ,V , ai. K, M. , . F.. I . H! x"'. . lb . Q 2 , 2533155 . ' "wr, -'xi .H ,, -kin .1 - Y . '- ax -1- ' ':"1.f, , 4 . ., 33,533 ,., F lg-q.N,.r,. Y 35. 1 --41 .Q.g,,,fLqi,5-., , ., - ' , .f '-,ge-f. 'gf .-....,-F, --M .' .Q .51 Y I , ' - ' -in-A Mun P1531 :iff-i ,,. ,731-11' -1 - " . .f Aj f 1 -3 . .fg .1 fiigfmilf qyr,g.L +"f-Q" 11" 1 ,..'i.",' ' r' ' A LIP 4 Q- v 'V 'I' 'ZLL . w"1 u -. Suv 'f"'-.?Jfu- E Q .5 ,.,...L,f1-'V-M: i, yi '-4-"f??"'i3"1ElT . H' 'MH -'IW fffvvvl f V' 51" 'Z , '-im-ffwle 3' ' 1. - W- --is L-:gg , ' V gi .rn X ,. , v. . gg, PEW 5 f uf. , r K 'Lyf' W ' 5:21 - H-,M 'E , , 4' ., - '. . .. 1 , . A , U, I , . 'H If 'ig L W-if-1tg,v4,-' I nf uk ' " ff' 1- uf'-' vw: 113' A - f' . ' ' ' ",f"i'.'-Agri -7115. . ,. ' .ll 5, Hi' 'f"1'L-iv? X l ' x ,X ,..-Q1:3iQu!L,f,afAn5is - J ,w - . -.- '-L.-'-'-1---4 , ' -1 :2.'3:::' ,.a1'f.-f2.'1.'..g--v.g ' v- . f , 2 G":a?m?': L7'frqP:ff, -.? , ' ,X 1 Y "HT" E+" " 4 Z ""' ' ' :1E.Qr,, ' ' ','1.?v7"Ll iv ' 'f:"u:-e:"' ' 4" - U,-'I fJ2i:Q1:'Jo!fEf':,.:N ,g '.'f,,. ,gsm ' ..,.m. -u-ef.: .X QQMEV-'fpvfg L5 iff, , ' 4 5.19-tBir'2a,L,ag-thi irsfk -.A !jfL'5ff1",'.,.w:'iw M 'r .Ig-.,,,-., .--'- - - ., , 1. ' " ' ' . -- ' 1Lf:,-fe -5:-R54-qfA?"?'?"5!5 N ' ' ' - ' ' ,v :Jw---"1'1 ' ' " Q .Q -. ' ' .V 1 'QU . cl px, ,gig -,f,f,.4 ., ,',,M-twh, ,-V: . K ...W ,Q . .L , 'P"":,,'. ' . , F, ,..'T-wr If-1 mg' ffE,?,g!":'f ,ggi , gig- ',L.'f 1.1"4.'. ?.urq',:-i--., . A - - -ww :I Q .V 1, ..,..1: ' .- N , .- ' , ey Ai -,., r 1 V- ' - v W . ,gf L M, ,.n,n.L-Zan . 1 . ,. W1 nzfqkm 1 z , N , ' - X X--IK V09 W fi. . .. , , , ,."" ,A V Y Y 3 Y,-,. I ii' f v ata. 'Q A ' E7 i ,- Q. ,, ,S ' V X l L. Al Yyf 'l fQv L . E, ' 'nf Y., ff. X ,N N" ' ff '- 3 " 1' , N X r X X I I ' I 3' p z gk L 4 f-J 'Q 'QA u 1 ff Y J I 'W 1 -1 V ,,u .. , A ., A - ' i . Vg? l ' ,J lv 1 ,Q 5 H . I 3 , ' uf.--1-.f : , ...-...fA 1 . 195 1 v -i . ,1- Q ' 15- -wg. A ' ',, ,ff -,. -, . .' 5.7.5 : fi? ai 13 ' .-1L ygQf3ff:'JQ - A pf! ll ,mr I -21 fx Qyfl. 'E ,s J , 1 .aa 3-.A ,- . 'h?Qv5FL,Q b. , Q 2- Q1 A J 1 J 4355. qw if 1, . .. .Y-7 s "Y u A Q ,Q . . .-:Lim - -ff. 'MS . L -X . -it " 1. Fixx? EWQEN' ' ' X' ' gm' - aww 1 fm. ' ,. . -,-ggi.:-,Q A- .L ty - . Q s , ,. , ,- . .,,,. K, B Qif. .MM 1 ,J W K ,Z gi J. .. . . .H- n 'T'L- T ' if 1, - . f 7 1 ze' f I my , 1- W 1 .5 . ,Adi -1. , . 4 W wg: g . msg fb ig t ww , ,S tai, r' r" ,. ' 1 Mk x lf LL .. .mm 55V'?'A 1 452 -'Ein 1 . M , -we . K X1 4 ak if .iff Y 'W fx . li 4- I x , 1 . 5552!-L41 , , . .. em' N, , wuz .1 W .135 Y .--.3 -f 1 ..fLE5" . .. ' ' ,-2,1 1. C-. F3 -.41 i H J4. 1,.- . V' . I 'gi ,yi U 'r R57 ..a .A 2. 4 : , Y .1 ' '.'1,v-'- .kr .v -su X Q TN. v .Jw "-'tr 1 -.vf as ' ' Y , '11 .. -TM K, 1 My Q: 4 -l1'f"j'j Y .3 , -wg' .f,:"i - 'g.'.fL' '53, .,. e. . .1-'v-Lai? 4- . F .2-'eip' ,. . my-2,'1'.TA . .A , . -.yu ,,: 4 K A' ',, if 5 ,4. . X W - , 1-wh: 'cwfeagf A 317:24 Y . .. In , an 11155 HES- 5 ' Z -fi' uf-if' V '11, . 'akin , ,1,.", 1 2 ff '1wE.'WQl' " " -jiiiiigis '7Q,- I ,,w'1 - A , f- .1 I. " LQ.,-' I.+.j11:g1:.15g:g:- -X -ix ' 4 Y U 125. 1 . .14 il F4 I 4 E! I .. K In ,L Y 4 1 :E 1- 'Zi ,v...f : v .. V if MQ. fx mf. .ffqf U mn. 1 H 444.n...... Z?-11 ' f if-A r, '-if 'Q-'E V, r ' ' " fT'p . H ml-1ef:z,:-,, , . Sai 'fflgqff If rf 4' fx-,. 2T'z":'k,'. EQTGB- . .-g ., A cf .Tm- -gh. H?-:Y 1 . 'VJ- gr-c ,far P v 1 v,.,. ,. Wm . I, V A V I 2 f .-ff, .-1 J.,- ,- ' 'zu . 4 . .. 6 " I 42 ,-Q f W .2- ,.,. , ' .E w 5-3, f,-, .-,, . - ,1 1115? x , -'..Y:3ia .4 5-Tiff 9 , '. ' x -::' 1-ff? - , Lg. ,I o -'.'- ' 4-,225 - - , S ! 1-.HH .U if . . .1 BNN. -. ...I y 4-Q. ' - . . ' .- ': .A A .. 3' 1. . wt I .5 ELIZABETH ANN ALLEN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK Trinity's loss, Elmira's gain . . . fragile . . . help- ful . . . music lover . . . knits argyles . . . loves to eat, but never gains an ounce . . . conscientious with results . . . linguist . . . bebop the pet peeve . . . chatterbox . . . spontaneous laughter . . . the corduroy jacket . . . "Oh, that makes me mad!" . . . avid reader of the Democrat and Chronicle . . . aspiration to travel abroad. 64- "tt I9I ..,., MARY ELIZABETH BARRETT FREDONIA, NEW YORK "Liz" . . . composed and capable . . . Buenos Dias . . . night worker and day sleeper . . . Scholar of the First Rank . . . notre secretaire . . . accomplished pianist . . . perfect pitch . . . sentimental . . . last minute preparations . . . midnight snacks and talks . . . keeping track of Doctor Grimes . . . "With a Song in My Heart" . . . deep understanding . . . sunny dis- position . . . "Come and see me sometimeln LOUISE BAXTER ITHACA, N EW YORK That Peck and Peck air . . . tailored to a T . . . '5I,s photographer and barber . . . the hair we all envy . . . common sense and gentle humor . . . reliability and trimness . . . legs . . . her bub- bling enthusiasm . . . that bounding walk . . . "Pat 'n Louie" . . . aquatic ability . . . New Hampshire . . . "Oh, that shorthanclln . . . a flare for fun and plenty of it . . . an interested listener. IRI SON J A BOROWITZ AQUEBOGUE, N nw Yomc Winsome and beguiling . . . those time-con- surning labs . . . "Gotta work out those chem- istry problems now!" . . . mad for Long Island . . . lack of temperament . . . friendly disposi- tion . . . loves to bat the pellet . . . fuchsia and navy . . . that enviable year-round tan . ,. . a captivating smile . . . consistently forthright humor . . . Goethe and Herodotus . . . ex- actitude typical of her scientific hobby . . "Achachonya. 'xr-, . E . , , ' - swf-Efxr' .ro if if 2 'fit 'I . f ,.. . J W .1 , fxg-ini lin 1 -', :lil w,l"l If pl L U X J , . , f X ,fi 1 I 65 ' BARBARA -ANN BRINK ALICE LOUISE BRITTENBAKER ERIN, NEW YORK Outdoor girl . . . lover of all sorts of animals, but especially horses . . . voluminous reader of adventure stories and current biography . . . star sportswoman . . . varsity hockey . . . aspires to be a surgeon . . . loves hill-billy mu- sic, the cornier, the better . . . daily date on fourth 'floor Alumnae with Tom Mix . . . always racking her brain for fantastic names . . . lovable sense of humor. ATHENS, PENNSYLVANIA Always a twinkle . . ."'Brinker" . . . good things come in small packages . . . a smile always re- luctant to withdraw . . . custodian of the rabbits and formaldehyde . . . long hours at the lab . . . off to Athens . . . little girl, big truck . . . infant equestrienne . . . "Army Brat" . . . five feet of blond effervescence . . . conscientious and sin- cere . . . bubbling good nature ever wont to overflow. Er' 66 IRI I9I 5, . V ,. Milf.,-. Y t lj 1 'Lf 21:1 N I WW 'll ' ' li-'.l2uw 1, ff, E5 if ' 1 , , L.:-Q, CAROL BUCKINGHAM AUBURN, NEW YORK Efficient and dependable . . . latest cowboy episode of Ralph . . . a punch for every line . . . an infectious laugh and glistening grin . . . Lorna Doone's with Miss Hull . . . advertising wizard . . . always hot on the heels of "Jake" . . . occasional knitting on the five year plan blue sweater . . . those joyful jaunts to Auburn and points East . . . agile of body-. . . nimble of wit . . . ease and aplomb in sports . . . "Buckey." JANET DOROTHY BURDICK CORNING, NEW YORK Deceiving propriety . . . sincerity plus . . . bud- ding author . . . "The Little Blue God" . . . always philosophizing in and out of class . . . from Plato to Santyana . . . versatile conversa- tionalist . . . "I must study for my Logic test now." . . . cryptic comments . . . fascinated by the famous Glass Works . . . tailored tweeds . . . aversion to socks . . . "Whoop-dee-doo!" . . . her red blouses . 5 . distinctive designs by Mamma . . . "Jan," 67 , if Ei: f ' E ri, BARBARA LILLION CAREY Rmcswooo, NEW J Ensm' Sparkling and contagious smile . . . soft-spoken . . . quiet? Not really, at all . . . gracious and poised . . . sincerity and sweetness personified . . . sportcr of' a snappy Centenary blazer . . . her own "Blue Cruisers, . . . abundance of un- derstanding and genuine .friendliness . . . rare gift for inspirihg confidences . . . noted hair stylist . . . infectious mood and irresistible laugh . . . resourceful and observant . . . "Barb." 68 4 if I 9 1-sf F., in Zim I .b 1.1 l-Pvflff 4l'K-v--ll-fl 1- T l l ,gm 112.- A lu' DORIS CARLSON G.ARDEN CITY, New YORK Sparkling enthusiasm . . . efficiency personified . . . "What a blow!" . . . can be seen bustling about the waitress room . . . espanol, por supuesto . . . dancing brown eyes and rosy cheeks . . . "Thanks a bunch!" . . . unusually artistic script . . . snap and style . . . "livid,' . . . the answer to a leeturer's prayer . . . devotee of the science of Education . . . good natured . . . the equanimity of mind that we all desire . . "NOG-ow, Ginny!" n' RUTH LEE C01-IEN FOREST HILLS, N EW Yoruc The poise and the giggle . . . liberal View-point . . . cashmeres, leather and white shirts . . . diplomacy and leadership . . . versus like Ogden Nash . . . "It's divine, absolutely divine!" . . . Who's Who . . . Carnegie Hall and Sarah Vaughn . . . meetings, meetings . . . gentle, dreamy expression . . . artist's touch but none of the temperament . . . Cowle Bin philosopher . . . "Rufus,' . . . future New Yorker editor? IRI CLAIRE MEYLERT CULVER TOWANDA, PENNSYLVANIA "What's goin, on?" . . . effervescent er own gas buggy . . . spontaneous hearty laughter . . . absolutely untemperamental cheerful and beaming inside and out . This hand is so queer!" . . . Cozy's at 9 . Alexander the cream of dogs . . . Towanda, the cream of home towns . . . "Oh, hieferlv of her reasons for living . . . have a T-E-A-M!,' . . . in any place or situation. -fi . . . Modern dance one harmony Let s perfect fit at any time PATRICIA ANNE DWYER ELMIRA, NEW YORK Subtle sophistication . . . tweed coat and bright scarfs . . . spontaneous exuberance and chortling laugh . . . "No Stuff!" . . . never averse to sit- JOY LEE EDNER ELMIRA, NEW YORK "Joyleelung" . . . fascination for psychology . . . impressive composure . . . Art for Art"s sake . . . enjoyment through analyzing people '. . . su- pressed desire: to fill any and every empty spot with' roses . . . bridge, anytime, anywhere . . . always the hunger pangs, yet always the trim, svelte figure . . . noted for her clever remarks at unexpected times . . . "And what's your malad- justment'?" ting in as a fourth . . . flair for the dramatic . . . Cowle Bin hahitue . . . self-possessed at all times . . . beautiful hands and long, tapering fingernails . . . meticulous, well-tailored . . . easy going attitude . . . slight veneer of banter . . . "Pan" NF F V 70 1 I IRI H L I9I 51" A lll",,i'lll"if.,.wi: A ri!-' 71 ' . " , in Jfh. 7' .QW7 1.5 7 I 1 1 - 1 - ,s.,. ' ' I-' T BARBARA ANN ERICSON TENAFLY, NEW JERSEY "Bobbie" . . . universal big sister to the fresh- men . . . her sane outlook . . . her twinkle . . . "You have spoken?" . . . a laugh more effective than Spike Jones' . . . extemporaneous danseuse . . . pussy footin' . . . great powers of persuasion . . . "There was somethingn . . . The Diplomat . . 7 "Penguin at the Waldorf" . . . Neighbor- hood House . . . insight and understanding . . . "Washing Dishes." A .V is 1 ' W Y 1 MXW, fi 5 i Qewwm A19 " s ', W a r NANCY PHILBRICK GOFF V I TAUNTON, MASSACHUSETTS "Ffog" . . . neatness and sophistication per- sonified . . . "Well, frankly" . . . New England accent . . . "He,s a love!" . . . hidden artistic talent . . . clear thinking . . . unremovable bangs . . . summers at the Cape . . . coffee hour rituals between cat naps . . . Smorgasbord and Swedish cooking . . . definite ideas . 4 . "Oh, I'm cmshed!" . . . aversion to frills . . . love of philosophy and art. - 71 PATRICIA ANNE GRAY BELMONT, MASSACHUSETTS "Pat" . . . the perennial bandage . . . "Where has the wild West gone?" . . . flaming hair . . . a hidden desire to wear red . . . the Mermaid of Passion Puddle . . . those bright green slipper- socks . . . excess worrying about tomorrow's Ee. test . . . scintillating spirit . . . talk of Boston and an undying loyalty to Harvard . . . affable and imperturbable . . . enthusiasm for activities both social and academic . . . Autumn Serenade. 72 H, I 9 'i- .ar MARY LOUISE HANLON N EEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS "O'Hanlon,' . . . spirit she hasn"t used yet . . . "For Boston" . . . zest for living . . . sympathetic . . . wonderful depth . . . love of people . . . Fire Chief . . . always there when most needed . . . "Oops Tilt!" . . . live and laugh at it all . . .just like living in Grand Central Station . . . El- mira's walking press agent . . . a sport in every sense . . . "Moonlight In Vermont" . . . "fiasco" . . . diplomatic secretary to he? . . . Havud Squ-aah! MILDRED DOROTHY HECHT POUGHKEEPSIE, New YORK Vim, vigor and vitality . . . a willing fourth . . . "Mildo', . . . genuine understanding of people emphasized by interest in social case work . . . expressive brown eyes . . . dimples? No, just one . . . occupant of the suite-the haven of elations and heartaches . . . "Hey, kids, party at ten!" . . . neat and petite . . . reluctant to let anyone down . . . quips, songs and chuckles. 17"-f, FF" IRI MARIE LOUISE HEIDINGSFELD HIGHLAND PARK, New JERSEY "Mighty Mouse" . . . many-sided charm . . . gay as a Christmas tree . . . profound . . . "Heidi,, . . . essential, absolutely essential personality . . . dean"s list with plenty of room to spare . . . conversationalist . . . philosopher in her own right . . . gray matter and a red dress . . . argyles . . . the beaming smile . . . "Joan, we simply must clean this room-now!!" . . . 9 oiclocks at 9:05. A .i i, u wssjvg A - ini: 73 .. BARBARA MARILYN HIGGINS BELLE MEAD, NEW JERSEY Vaughn Monroe . . . red rooms . . . Queen of the May . . . "Barb" . . . generous . . . welcome packages from home appreciated by all . . . phone calls ad infinitum . . . "M1Ufy" . . . master electrician? . . . static hair style . . . "No kidding!" . . . lovely at all times . . . the beige sweatshirt . . . easy-going charm . . . dis- tinctive, individualistic, and always willing to help. MARILYN HEZIN GER LYNBROOK, 'N EW YORK The Dreamer . . . "Hi, Old Shoe!" . . . spon- taneous spirit . . . common sense and frivolity . . . breezy sophistication and delightful ex- uberance . . . labs and more labs . . . energy and efficiency to burn . . . chatter and coffee cups . . . "Good Morning, Phillip!" . . . Who's Who'er . . . jeans for every occasion . . . to be found wherever clear-thinking or conviviality holds sway . . . "Lynn." IRIS 74 I9I 33 is I. if, --f F,r'.g J NIL TEH' 345, I if. MARTHA HINES BRONXVILLE, NEW YORK "Hey, gals!" . . . big, sparkling hazel eyes . . . gaiety . . . friendliness . . . procrastination . . . varsity hockey . . . always prompt . . . gracious hospitality attributable to Southern ancestry . . . soup, soup and more soup . . . fabulous appetite for pop-corn . . . economic problems, both monetary and scholastic . . . chic . . . "Got any extra twelve o'clocks?" . . . laughter and "Marty" synonymous. JEAN HOGENMILLER ELMIRA, New YORK "Robbie" . . . transfer from Mount Aloysius Junior College . . . Philadelphia accent . . . sophistication mixed with that common touch . . . dry humor . . . loves poetry and horses . . . music in a classical vein . . . avid Yankee fan, and mad for Notre Dame . . . blue's her color . . . incipient literateur . . . former dormer . . . knitting. 75 1, 1 r. I5 bmi., .4.5,.1,I 3t,,V gT:, ::'. w "Ts4:'m 1' Q41 ,Q I9I ,ul ,W ,... , , F L Q . L Iiifiif' -'sag H-:-' sis.: , ,V-J" 9 li e si K if "L L . ,,,,,r,sL , CAROL ANN JACOBSON HASTINGS-ON-I'IUDSON, NEW Yonx "Jake" . . . toujours talkative . . . kidding with Miss Hull . . . known by one and all . . . level- headedness . . . naively gullible . . . "to put it bluntly" . . . that E on the bulletin board . . . those choice tidbits of information about any and everything . . . explosive humor . . . intense interest in world affairs . .'. Ee. worries that are ours . . . walking medicine chest . . . "J- that's the way it begins!" 76 I LORETTA MARY KANTRA ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA Her Olympian serenity . . .' soft white blouses . . . snapping black eyes . . . "Retta', . . . a paradox of cool queenliness, practicality and genuine warmth . . . Queen of Centennial Ball . . . ginger ale with Maraschino cherries . . . the dwarflike slippers . . . gay laughter and com- ments at unexpected times . . . her rhumba and samba worthy of exhibition . . . "O.K. Butchln . . . deliciously fragrant room. MARTHA LOUISE KEMP MONTCLAIR, New JERSEY Africa . . . lion skin rug . . . individualist . . . S. C. M. conference hopper . . . knack for balancing books . . . green wool shirt . . .The Idealist . . . long-playing records . . . Handel's "Largo" . . . S. F. teas . . . 51's missionary and typist . . . early to bed, early to rise . . . per- petual knitter . . . Sanguine outlook at all times . . . "Anybody want anything typed?" IRIS MARCIA ELLEN LAWTON MATAWVAN, NEW JERSEY "Marty" . . . glowing queen of Junior Prom . . . candid smile with dimples . . . ".leepers!" . . kitten crazy . . . ambition and capability . . . undertakes and completes . . . "You're so right!" . . . toasted cheese sandwiches and rab- bit food . . . "sorta kinda" . . . her crowning glory . . . gracious and sincere . . . chiming laughter . . . 'trim . . . they say it's wonderful! 1 f 5 5.1 H, IV -' 77 JOAN SNOWISS LEHMAYER Huuusiaunc, PENNSYLVANIA Ardent Thespian . . . chanteuse . . . Robert Browning and Nelson Eddy . . . "And now we go from the scenic view of Elmira" . . . "Thou Delsie Insmore!" . . . Kenley Players . . . in other words, talent, talent and more talent . . . sings in the shower . . . imagination plus . . . that beautiful 'tan . . . generosity . . . cheerful shot in the arm . . . "I just about died!" . . . destination, Broadway. .u H 'QU . 1 xi 78 JOAN LOUISE LOWRY NORTH TONAWANDA, NEW YORK "Jo" . . . mentor to the freshmen chemists . . . "Greetingsl"' . . . illimitable energy . . . legal claim on a cot in Carnegie . . . twinkling obser- vations appreciated by all . . . animal collec- tion, real and stuffed . . f unpublicized artistic ability . . . ever the optimistic outlook . . . lovable, corny humor . . . perennial good na- ture . . . unruffleable serenity . . . graceful con- versationalist. i IRI I9I .,,' -. nf MARILYN ELAINE MACINTYRE PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY A delightful combination of naivety and sophis- tication . . . "Mac,, . . . one song after another . . . plaid shirts and Vogue ensembles . . . pleasant state of confusion . . . low voice . . . warm laugh . . . mellow . . . Room 4-01---where troubles become bubbles . . . so very generous . . . "Fm convinced!" . . . Grecian loveliness . . . for whom the bell tolls . . . her walk . . . the listener . . . "Grrr!" 3? MARILYN MANCHESTER JORDAN, N Ew YORK Station wagon . . . blue sneakers . . . boundless enthusiasm . . . "Mandy" . . . serenity and dependability . . . sympathetic and warm- hearted . . . "Is he tall?" . . . statuesque . . . pastel . . . liaison mediator between classes . . . simplicity and charm . . . unaffected . . . endless repertoire of songs . . . those letters from home . . . deep understanding of the idiosyncrasies of human nature . . . the girl with the right, apt, accurate word . . . "The Spirit of '51." 79 QE, ,H ,i ,gi Q ,V, ,589 , RITA MOSS ELMIRA, NEW YORK "Life is just a bowl ol' cherriesn . . . the original procrastinator . . . rigid follower of the twenty minute class period plan . . . completely care- free ...' the beloved sneakers and plaid skirts . . . variety of interests ranging from the ridiculous to the sublime . . . her jaunty gait . . . sympathetic . . . loyalty and sincerity . . . a friend in need . . . "Mossie.,' 80 l9,I it ANTONIA NELL ROCHESTER, NEW YORK "Oh, noooooln. . .large howl of popcorn merely an appetizer . . . vibrant laughter . . . "Find me another Soc. course, quick, somebodylv . . . forever knitting . . . that picturesque Rochester mode of speech . . . unexpected comments . . . feminine-no jeans . . . "Toni wants-'i . . . graceful, willowy figure . . . "Hey, Mart!" . . . hospitable . . . good natured . . . disposition filled with cataracts of laughter . . . aversion to closed doors. GERMAINE NOLLET ROOSEVELT, NEW YORK "Gerry" . . . "smiles that make you happyi' . . . unrationed sympathy . . . on the spot enter- tainment . . . woman of many moods . . . miniature zoo . . . shortie nightshirts . .I . "Music, please: South Pacific!" . . . 1001 jokes . . . "Did I ever tell you I was triplets?" . . . mad for skunks . . . modrun da-ance . . . ex- pressive gestures . . . directness of manner . . . Visage flushed with laughter . . . "Tisn't the- simplest sort of arrangement, 'tis it A797 ANNE PARRIGIN MON1'ICELLO, KENTUCKY "Kaintucky" . . . southern drawl, southern hospitality . . . always willing to work . . . friendly spirit and friendly smile . . . transfer from Centre College . . . 'already part of Elmira . . . Hearty welcome, Kentucky! . . . Mint julep from the Blue Grass state . . . "You all" . . . hopes for career in dramatics or radio . . . keen interest in sports of all kinds, particularly tennis . . . humor that could make the pixies laugh . . . straight-forward and outspoken. 4' 55? , V T , . i n Ei: if V . :pri 4,27 -, , .fsfsfsk T K A. -. ig, - Z gig 2:15. :fr -Lina. Z , tfanzggl. i ,um -fJ:,.gss J ,fs it .g.rff- vw' "' ,ggi , V t e ' W ' 'Ama' 'ff - Q ' if - zu , qpufy. 'amz ' .E . luke 1' I. , vgig, M, , 81 JOSEPI-UNE ARLENE PASTERIK HORSEHEADS, NEW YORK "Jo" . . . warm-hearted and friendly . . . the doting auntie . . . always knitting "little Thingsn . . . just practicing . . . commuter from Horseheads . . . chauffeur of town students, and always in Bolfs truck . . . country life . . . lover of hunting and square dancing . . . "Let's go on a picnicw . . . willingness to help . . . amid the dusty book shelves . . . Chinese nails . . . magnetic and mirthful . . . charm. Q- Uk IU: 'll w 1 asa., rw ,,., AV Q ., N 'fs' ', -3 ia I , l 7 ' if?-Yr -r : ' '. "37 .lf ' 1 ,f.fj"3f" 1 1 ' ,Jay , X , f :gill A ' - - Q . fi' ' Qu. ' is 82 PAMELA MORGAN PHELPS BALTIMORE, MARYLAND "Pam1ny" . . . all kinds of labs imaginable . . . serious-minded and conscientious . . . Wedge- wood hlue eyes and blonde curls . . . dam- yankees . . . "Stop that car! It has a Maryland licenseln . . . toast of Johns-Hopkins . . . con- stant and unfailing friendliness . . . whimsical and reflective . . . freshman antipathy towards frogs . . . never-to-he-forgotten version of "Temptation" . . . pastels and red . . . light, charming way of speaking. u, IRIS I9I 1 ANN PINCHBECK GUILFORD, CONNECTICUT "That's neat" . . . the big, straw hat . . . straight-forward and honest opinions . . . end- less energy . . . picnics and picnics . . . "Can't see it without my glasses" . . . impish glint in her eyes . . . the height of efficiency and un- affected friendliness . . . "Oh, boy!" . . . always seen with hockey-stick, basketball, or the like in tow . . . commutation ticket to "Unadilly" . . . the square shooter, that's "Pinch." , - .wr Q , I, ii'-' A ' 'l FHJ llfrf'-rp: . ?,jsW'fl!llg1EEN",-:W-if - P Q """:5t. .IW will--1'l HfT'lii'llL3f in f' 4 "1 ' . r: 1 5. 1 FZ- ' :NT ' Q"-'via - PM if J MARCIA JOAN PORTER ' WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Cashmere sweaters and tweed suits . . . For- tune magazine . . . feminine, but businesslike . . . every week a new project . . . "Life is real, life is earnest--" . . . discussions on anything, anywhere, anytime . . . master of the unex- pected statement . . . of the soft smile and the subtle humor . .V . "Pale hands-" . . . her suit- case a bevy of college stickers . . . grace and charm. ., 83 NANCY ALVERSON QUINTERRO POUGHKEEPSIE, N sw YORK Queenly stature . . . abounding personality . . . unbeatable exuberance . . . "Fm on edg ." . . . that hearty, infectious laugh . . . "That's terriblef' . . . versatile good humor gal . . . open house for Poughkeepsie regatta . . . that home- town twang . . . flowers on her crannied walls . . . "Yeah, you're so right!" . . . the gay sophisticate . . . unaffected manner . . . even- tempered and mirthful . . . "Quinn." 84 I9 EMILY JANE RENSHAW ELMIRA, New Yom: "Respectfully submitted" . . . civic minded . . . fine arts enthusiast . . . "The great day has finally arrived. You are now a Big Sisterln . . . subtle wit . . . quiet charm . . . the right hand man at Arnot Art Gallery . . . a willing Mrs. Anthony . . . all the requirements of the perfect social worker . . . distinction in dress . . . Emily of the inexhaustible wardrobe . . . more than enthusiastic over the Bard. ' NANCY JACQUELINE ROGERS BRONXVILLE, New YORK The incurable romanticist . . . I.R.C. prexy . . . intense . . . Manhattan Towers . . . embryo author . . . vital personality . . . lovable brusque- ness . . . the blues and symphonies . . . brilliant smile . . . "Lost April" . . . New York City . . . Thomas Wolfe . . . "Rain on the pavement-,' . . . dreams . . . foreign films . . . Van Gogh . . .' just not enough hours in the day . . . awareness of trends, of people, of feelings . . . "The Big Chief." Q -ul-V5 fx. 11. fx, ' . 7' -I :E 'lil-Ji 'VI if a f 534.-it 5-Efm ff . iiffifff-5 4 3.-.r??"" 'flfiill .g,:lJ.f . :ju-.' 3 31, -' 3-gif., will .1 '., Tfgilm if.. ' -M l A if v-.' iv 'ng' K ' IRI SUSAN DEMAREST ROY BRANCHVILLE, NEW JERSEY Deceivingly shy . . : talented musician with re- luctance to demonstrate her abilities . . . "Fd love to fly over Branchville!" . . . congenial mixer . . . genuine warm-heartedness . . . ardent hockey player . . . affection for the country and the mountains . . . ultra-femininity . . . even of keel . . . dependability and quietude . . . wide-eyed surprise . . . fancy for green . . . disobedient bangs . . . and the world laughs with her . . . "Susie." 85 JOAN HELENE SCHIEBEL HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS Epitome of the good sport . . . sweatshirts . . . unconscious generosity . . . "Good Joan" . . . leisurely amble . . . "Pvc got a term paperg let's ' go to the moviesf' . . . popsicles . . . "My diet Starts tomorrow" . . . the inseparable tennis racket and white bucks . . . her grin . . . "Oh, Mar-rie!', . . . unaffected . . . just rolling along . . . "Did I get a sunburn?" . . . unfinished sweater of freshman year . . . which head has the Toni? , , 3,7 5 lfzi- 'A Z 86 SUZANNE SCHIFF NEW ROCHELLE, NEW Yomc "Pm so ernbarrassedli' . . . easily flustered . . . Power's poise . . . curly black hair . . . "It was just hysterical!" . . . the constant worry, . . . passion for bright colors . . . the Lady in Red . . . the sophisticated look but unaffected man- ner . . . conscientious and capable . . . those afternoon naps . . . big Wisconsin sweatshirt . . . "Sue" . . . uncontrolled laughter. 2 - -- 1,..3,,, I 1 , - -:Q - W - .,:-:R 'ni'- IRI at r t VIRGINIA SCOTT ' LARCHMONT, NEW YORK Our Queen of the Keyboard . . . all types of music . . . "Have to go practice now!" . . . piano and organ . . . "Great Scott" . . . indus- trious and energetic . . . happy talk . . . always cheerful . . . passion for popcorn . . . sports' enthusiast . . . "Strike? Spare? Oh-nooo!" . . . twinkling eyes . . . "Do you know what my little niece and nephew can do now?" . . . traces of a Missouri background . . . versa- tility . . . f'Ginny." ARLENE MAE SHEPHERD PINE CITY, NEW Yom: Tiny but terrific . . . her sunny disposition the envy of all . . . cutest smile on campus . . . those frilly white blouses . . . femininity per- soniiied . . . speaks the intriguing language of shorthand . . . efficient to the hilt . . . active advertisement of Canada Dry . . . "Shep" . . . "Well, let me tell ya' about Sagetownlv . . inspiring example of the well-groomed look. 87 MARILYN CAROL SHERMAN ELIZABETH, NEW JERSEY "Lyn" . . . one of a numbah of distinguished aluxnnah . . . that laugh ranging from high to low . . . quiet riot . . . comical imitations . . . "The Man who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlow . . . happy-go-lucky and serious-minded . . . "Little Boy Bluen . . . modern dance and "Slaughter on Tenth Avenuen . . . that closet full of clothes still unseen . . . those vain attempts at knitting. ' 88 v 1 I 9 HELENE THERESE SHORTSLEVE ELMIILA, NEW Yomc, Outwardly carefree . . . blase . . . depth of feel- ing, sensitivity . . . "Oh, are we having a test today?" . . . firm believer in the cut system . . . excitingly talented . . . poet laureate of 751 . . . holding court in the Cowle Bin . . . profundity . . . Red the happy-go-lucky genius . . . wit of Lit. Crit . . . Red the raconteur . . . "-and her head fell off!"' . . . Red the Shakespeare . . . A's., and more A's . . . Red the friend. JACQUELINE JANE SLATER FREDONIA, NEW ,Yoxuc A "Jackie" . . . ethereal quality . . . knitter of red sweaters . . . fashion consciousness . . . "Let me give you a clue!" . . . burner of the midnight oil . . . serious and light-hearted . . . portraits and pets . . . "Anybody can draw a straight line if she's taught how!" . . . paint brush wielder . . . Glenn Miller fan . . . Rachmoninoff and Gershwin . . . "Variety is the spice of life" . . . casual sophistication. IRI HELENE SMITH BROOKLYN, New YORK "Doc" . . . trays and test tubes galore . . . "Oh, NO!". . . fruit Hies . . .industrious . . . keenly in- terested in others . . . good listener . . ."Where's the food?" . J . pedagogical explanations . -. . rapidity personihed . . . movie cartoon fiend . . . lover of a good joke . . . sportsmanship . . . quasi-tutor . . . sessions with Lorna . . . wonder- ful tales of the hospital . . . "Is there anything I can do?" 89 JANET WATROUS SMITH WEST HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Staunch New Englander . . . impulsive . . . the BARBARA STEINKAMP ROCHESTER, NEW Yom: Accomplished linguist . . . top flight scholar . . . "It,s immaterial to me" . . . efficiency . .' . puppies and more puppies . . . "I didn't mean it that way" . . . influenced by osmosis . . . dry sense of humor . . . refreshing sarcasm . . . startlingly clear comprehension of human na- ture . . . much ado about nothing . . . Mark Twain and Fred Waring. "f,fg2ssss, .. . , + recipient of roses . . . girl with a worldly out- look . . . "not since Garlield was shot!" . . . matching suits and hats . . . "honest to John" . . . the original slowpoke . . . ardent Republican . . . tactful and sweet . . . "It's time to get up, kiddies!" . . . cafe noir . . . music of the Roman- tic school . "What a low blow!" . . . her sense of humor. 90 .. U' 5 2.2 1 - xx ix X 9.3 IRI l9I DOLORES SULLIVAN ELMIRA, NEW Yom: Nec Diamond . . . great wealth of understand- ing . . . congenial and competent . . . "Dodie" . . . busy looking after husband .lack . . . ".lohn's only wife" . . . present hobby, house- keeping . . . Ossining . . . "Billie" . . . match- less warmth . . . even temperament . . . quick- minded student . . . distinctively outstanding . . . loves the kiddies . . . "Frankness, her key- noteg friendship, her virtue." JEAN JOSEPHINE TAMLYN GLEN CovE, NEW YORK Sympathetic audience . . . youth work . . . quiet, courteous and intelligent . . . natural talent for scholarship . . . future history prof . . . historian's interest in history in the making . . . keen judge of people . . . devotee of fine arts . . . domesticity . . . Bob Hope fan . . . doodles deluxe . . . lover of a funny joke . . . "Can't get rid of that salt!" . . . cocoa at all hours . . . "My new baby sister" . . . thorough worker. 91 I9 1 151511 jlwwxmffqf, H1 N i uax sr- JOAN VALEGO ELMIRA, NEW YORK Fresh, wholesome boyishness . . . impish grin . . . loyal pal to one and all . . . able athlete . . . feminine version of Peck's "Bad Boy" . . . tender-hearted animal lover . . . seldom without Philip fthe jeeplj and Yak fthedawglj . . . scintillating sense of humor . . . "Bless your pointed little head!" . . . every math teacher's pride and joy . . . avid sports fan . . . jaunty, jovial "JOanie." 92 JEANNE VUILLET PORT WASHINGTON, NEW YORK French sans savoir parler la langue . . . Lady of the Leotard . . . modern dance . . . "must run" . . . good old New York . . . Mandy's "room- mate" . . . "Who wants to play tennis?" . . . keeper of the purse . . . Continental charm . . . "Flora Dora Baby" . . . loyal and competent . . . constant counsellour in times of stress . . . omnivorous reader . . . "The Cockeyed Opti- mist" "J an " MARY WARD ITHACA, New YORK Regal . . . strictly tailored . . . deep wealth of understanding . . . gracious and charming hostess . . . finesse and diplomacy . . . side- splitting mimicry . . . "Dub, Pm from da vetrun's extenshunv . . . plaid pedal pushers and a spanking white shirt . . . Freshmen Cen- tennial Queen . . . stimulating conversation- alist . . . "Isn't life gra-and!" . . . "Mame.,' IRI LORNA LOU WARNCKE MAYVILLE, WISCONSIN A Mona Lisa smile . . . an explosive laugh . . . "Lorna Doone" . . . her jeans, patched and re- patched, the victims of chem labs . . . her hair, the rewards of 100 strokes per night . . . "Why don't I get as many 12 o'clocks as everybody else?" . . . parties in the suite . . . Madame President . . . all-round athlete . . . lung power . . . the scientific method . . . Aunt Carrie . . . "Lynn, I'm so hungry!" 93 ANITA WEINBERGER NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK Cosmopolitan . . . seasoned New Yorker classical appreciation . . . adoration for the big hometown . . . fits of laughter at surprising times . . . fascinating stories and criticisms of Europe . . . avid interest in EC . . . politically conscious . . . "Go drop dead!" . . . candid and nonchalant . . . "Why worry?" . . . expressive blue-grey eyes. R 94 ,rp -gg JANE BOVIER WINNER ELMIRA, NEW YORK "Little Bit" . . . diminutive and vivacious . . . "My home ec. budget!" . . . the Clinton Street home-away-from-home . . . detached giggle and pixie smile . . . so intellectually inquisitive . . . conscientiously aware of social problems . . . that wonderful laugh . . . leprechaun shoes with bells . . . lack of affectation . . . Gilbert the Mouse . . . generosity to burn . . . conversation . . . a great big heart . . . "lanie." 5. EA , f r IRIS I9I l l. Qin- tif TWAI HUA YANG N EW Yonx, N EW Yom: "Alvie" . . . newcomer . . . cheerfuland casual Bach, Brahms, but mostly Beethoven . . . swimming and hockey . . . studying on Mac- Kenzie's porch . . . good old blue jeans . . . collector of new recipes . . . always one minute to make that eight o'elock . . . sparkle . . . brocaded dresses . . . dance, 5 la the moderns . . . the big city . . . a slow smile and jet black hair . . . her favorite, jade green. is Margaret G. Burrage Elizabeth A. Boessneck Margaret Stamp Borg Dorothy G. Davidson Kathleen Fennell 2 V . -'F 1 he xt Q :'4,'l,:,55 .ul 51 Q .- fx' 'fig Xu!! lei 1,- Ann Marie Fluger G. French Doris Jean Keller 415 'QV .a. ." -nc-fl 4? Q' s J, , vi . :I ., -, , "'. Lf . Marion Lois Marshall Illis D. Lutz Doris Marguerite McKaig Audrey Rogen Morgenstern , .,- ,, ' Y Al ie i ,,:f?i5f L W -Q, av Elizabeth T. Prior Jacqueline A. Russo I 9 1 Sara Schreiber Iris Ullman Sllamberg :qi mmf M 'FFMG Sally Ann Smith Caryl Jeanne Stein Jean Elizabeth Thompson Marylou Van Ness Anne Marie Williams Love and Best Wishes from the Proud Mothers and Dads MR. MR. MR. MR. MR. MR. MR MR MR MR MR MR MR MR MR MR DR. MR. MR. MR MR MR. MR DR. MR MR MR MR DR. MR MR MR. MR. MR. MR. MR. MR. . . - . AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS. MRS MRS. MRS. MRS MRS. OSCAR J. AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND MRS. MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS. MRS MRS MRS. MRS. RAYMOND F. ALLEN IIUBERT E. BAXTER WALTER H. BUCKINGHAM MORIIIS G. COREN ROMEYN F. CULVER PAUL K. EDNER ELMER ERICSON ROBERT J. GRAY WILLIAM A. HANLON MAX HECHT ERNEST PIEIDINGSFELD FREDRICK M. HEZINGER EMMETT W. HINES LEROY K. I'IIGGINS ANDREW JACOBSON ANDREW E. KANTRA ALEXANDER H. KEMP HERBERT LAWTON NATHAN LEHMAYER, II GEORGE LOWRY ' RAYMOND E. MACINTYRE CLIFFORD L. MANCHESTER N OLLET WINTHROP M. PHELPS WILLIAM PINCHBECK FRANK D. ROY JULIUS A. SCHEIBEL IIENRY C. SCOTT SAMUEL H. SHERMAN GEORGE W. SLATER MAURICE SMITH TRACY W. SMITH WALTER STEINKAMP MIIS. WALTER TAMLYN MRS. MRS. MRS. STEPHEN J. VALEGO SAMUEL VUILLET! LOUIS WARNCKE STAFF OF THE I95I IRIS RUTH LEE COHEN . . Editor-in-Chief MARCIA PORTER . Assistant Editor HELENE SHORTSLEEVE . , Liter-my Editor NANCY GOFF . . Art Editor LOUISE BAXTER Photography Editor LITERARY STAFF: Mary Barrett, Janet Burdick, Ruth Lee Cohen, Pat Gray, Mary Lou Hanlon, Jean Hogenmiller, Joan Lowry, Marilyn Maclntyre, Germaine N ollet. Marcia Porter, Lyn Sherman, Janet Smith, Barbara Steinkamp. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Claire Culver, Mary Lou Hanlon, Mildred Hecht, Marcia Lawton, Marilyn MacIntyre, Marilyn Manchester. LORETTA KANTRA . Business Manager CAROL BUCKINGHAM . . Advertising Manager BUSINESS STAFF: Barbara Higgins, Marcia Lawton, Germaine Nollet. ADVERTISING STAFF: J anet'Burdick, Joy Edner, Jean Hogenmiller, Joan Lehmayer, Josephine Pastirik, Susan Roy, Lyn Sherman, Janet Smith., Virginia Scott. 100 TRUSTEES OF ELMIRA CCLLEGE The frustees send greetings to Elmira College's daughters everywhere. An educational institution 1S the lengthened shadow of its alumnae. Without their feelings of loyalty and their active cooperation and support, it cannot very well exist. We are always looking for students of the proper kind, students who are qualified in every way for entrance to Elmira. To every alumna who reads this page, the Trustees urge that you help during the coming year 1 By telling your acquaintances of the good points of the College. writing the Director of Admissions or the President, giving their names and addresses. 3 By writing the President, for the benefit of the Administration of the College and the 'lrustees anything you know that will help make the College better. We thank you for Your Past Cooperation. OFFICERS MERLE D '1HoMPsoN . . . . . President MRS HELEN HUGHES BREEN . . Vice-President CHARLES W PERRY . . . . . Secretary MRS BLANCRE HOLMAN LowMAN . Assistant Secretary DOUGLAS G ANDERSON . . . . Treasurer W H MANDEVILLE .... . . . Assistant Treasurer MRS RUTH CRUIKSHANK BUSSEY MRS. MARY BULLARD LEWALD LSTHPR EATON WILLIAM I. MYERS JAMES H. S. ELLIS MRS. MARY DENTON COULD BENJAMIN FIDELMAN CHARLES A. WINDING :HARRIET L. HUNT LEWVIS ELDRED, ex-ojicio 101 2..By finding good students in your community, telling them about Elmira College, and Congratulations ff CONGRATULATIONS . . . ll! To You Who Are to the Class of ,51 1J'1-V5.4 I-eUVln9 The POYYUIS x 'I 'L AW o . - THE LOVELY SHOP 1051 COLLEGE AVENUE Complimenls of TOWN TAVERN 100 WEST GRAY STREET N on f 5 to s Egg X 'H J kg? l -' .gt .gl 4 nu". gn ,. W of 153 15 M11 -A P f -' 1111 LE W : L llylllw -,i f wi ff" 1 to 1 e f if on , Congratulations to YOU the graduate . . . who arc about to set out on the road you have chosen as your life"s work. After completing four hard years of a college education, you are now ready to leave the portals of Elmira . . . we at Iszard's wish you Bon Voyage and every success in your new life ahead. ISZARDS THE PORTER SCHOOL OF TOOL AND MACHINE DESIGN A Private technical School for boys of post-high school age Hoidingsiold Printing Corporation MILLTONW'N, N. J. PETRIE COAL COMPANY Lehigh Valley Anzhracite 0 'I' 209 PEARL ST. HARTFOIiD, CONN. 191 East Washington Avenue 123 BANK ST. WATERBURY, CONN. DIAL 7128 ELMIRA, N. Y. 102 Vive le '51! J. H.CARROLL TIFFANYSICO' MOTOR COMPANY JEWELRY WATCHES SILVERWARE OF DEPENDABLE VALUE NAxLINoumlEs RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION F1 FTII AVENUE sf 5713 STREET Dodge Plymouth NEW YORK I N Y Q.'3'Sr Y' 9 54054. Compliments of ARTISTIC CARD PUBLISHING CORP. Compliments of BLUE JOY AUTOMATICS GOOSE RECORD SHOP GIFT + SHOP 108 EAST CHURCH ST. 209 COLLEGE AVENUE MUSTICCYS TAVERN Compliments of LA PIZZA 1 . EDGCOMB'S FURNITURE I talum. and Amerzcan Food CO., INC. Corner North Main and Bloomer Avenue . ELMIRA, NEW YORK 161 N. Main St. .ELMIRA, N. Y. CXIK Compliments of DIESTER 85 BUTLER Quality Jewelers Launderers Dry Cleaners 6 119 North Main Street GERARD'S ELMIRA DRUG DISTRIBUTORS 2 Stores Famous PITTSBURGH PAINTS 120-122 Lake Street 0 Wallpaper Window Shades Southport Shopping 157 Baldwin Floor Covering Center SUCCFQ 104 Compliments of RIVERSIDE FLOWERS 361 West Water Street Dial 7109 Elmira, New York JOAN SANFORD, Campus Representative Congratulations and Best Wishes Class of 1951 IHnnra Bank 8gTrust Company Compliments of IRON KETTLE INN WAVERLY, NEW YORK Six offices in Elmira and vicinity 19 Marine Midland Banks operate 98 banking ollices in 47 New York State communities O MEMBER F. D. I. C. Bell en us fer fashions at moderate prices.. Comlafimenfd 0 Sheeharfs LMM.-. . .L -Wok , tII,,W,t,Q j Bicycling ls More Fun With A Bendix Coaster Brake ECLIPSE MACHINE DIVISION BENDIX AVIATION CORPORATION o ELMIRA, N. Y. LOOMIS 81 HALL CAMERA SUPPLIES Home of Hallcraft Photofinishing 40 years of photographic know-how 364 North Main Street Select your table needs at the busy NIARK 'IIIVAIN FOOD NIARKET O where there are logical reasons for selling for less Mark Twain Fund MYHALYICS M 3 1- lg gt Entertainment Nightly 9-1 INCORPORATED 1 . d I 'l , ' k , l Fresh qeaiiglligflciisilia S C mps 158 North Maili Street Dine and Dance by Soft Firelight F ree Parking Delivery Service WILLIAM J. MYHALYK Dial 2-9517 Dial 7141 or 7142 106 HCAROLYNN Coats, Suits, Dresses Vitality Shoes, Smart Millilleliyf 0 ROS l3NBAUM'S 112 WEST WATER STREET Compliments of J. P. 81 M. SULLIVAN Elmira, Corning and Williamsport 0 Fine Furniture Compliments of A1.FRED'S QIIQWELERS WtkTCH REPAIRING Langdon Plaza BARBARA'S TRUCKING SERVICE 708 East Water Street ELMIRA, N. Y. DIA + Furniture Movers L7 THE AMEMCAN HOT 113-115 West Third Street o Dine and Dance o MRS. NIARY F. MEAD Proprietor E H. STRAUSS, INC. 121 Nbrtb Main Street ELMIRA Outfitters to Men Young Men and Boys For 78 Years ' Compliments of ELMIRA NEWS COMPANY C pliments of 'i' DWYER SALES COMPANY, 1 127 West W'ater Street ELMIRA, NEW Yo xx ' fff 547' X Emu ' 417 'WHHLESALEHS "- cmnns-cnunv-asvennnes , , . 'l-lii Compliments QI wi. EUSPEH-KELLY SHOE STORE MARK TWAIN HOTEL ELMIRA, NEW YORK Perfectly Appointed Distinctive 300 Rooms-300 Baths Four Dining Rooms William C. Emerson Managing Director Swan Ji Sons-Marys 00. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE SiI1ee1H53 Hulett Building Lake and Water Streets Dancing Nightly RUSTIC GARDENS JOHN ZACK, Proprietor Telephone 2-7846 Pine City Road Rou PINE C1'rY, NEW YORK te 328 THE TAILORED LADY Dress Shop 4 106 West Church Street ELMIRA, N. Y. Myrtle U. Sayles COMMERCIAL PRESS OF ELMIRA, INC Printers and Lilhographers Telephone 6188 380 SOUTH MAIN ST. ELMIRA, N. Y. 109 60l'I'll0Al'Yl8l'lf:i 0 ROYAL DAIRY Grade A Pasteurized Products 665 LAKE STREET 0 DIAL 2-2.877 ELMIRA, N. Y. CENTRAL TOURIST HOME The Popular Pargy Place WINDBEAM MRS. HOWVAIID W. SMITH MRS. BRYAN B. BLALOCK Main su-cet 'U'nadil1a, N. Y. ' Route 23 Riverdale, N Compliments of SHREIBMANS CARES COZY CORNER Jewelers-Silvversmiths . Since 1893 0 412 Wes't Wzlshiugton Avenue ELMIRA, NEW YORK 214 EAST WATEl! STREET 110 PLAN Fon x VFELEVISION SET I Charles W. Perry Thomas .l. Maxcy ' A NEW CAR 0 A HOME U A NEW BOAT 0 A FUR COAT .ANEWHAN0 PERRY 81 MAXCY D SO MANY THINGS James E. Swartwoocl 'BUT . . . save for them now! Start wilh us CEIVILRAL 'UVSURAJVCIL lillle as 31.00. Add to il regularly and pleas- antly surprise yourself with the money you'll Perry Bldg. have available when you need il. I I + The Elmlra Savlnqs Bank lllenzber Federal Deposit Ins1u'fmce Col.. Baldwin and E' Sctfonli SLS. Corporation, ELMIRA, N. Y. 218 East Vlfaler St. Elmira, N. Y. Dial 5235 Phone 5277 Ma! IUMJAQJ MARVEL MAID QNIGHTWEAH EUHP. Jacked fgafarnazi, yaclefri 8' gownri I I I 152 Madison I-Yvenua New York 15, N. Y. 111 f IJ'BHIElXl'5 Un Beautiful Waverly Hill Waverly, New Yerls 0 .Siaeciaf lgarfiw ana! ,minnerd Elmira Automobile Dealers X Thirstg Too, Seeks Quality Elmira Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc 6on9rafu!afionJ ana! Bai M6485 fo jAe 64144 o!l951 Ubemullgf 01211521 Trust Uompeny El1r1ire,New York Member ef P.H.a11d 11111. E. ELNIIRA Labels Boxes 6. Ahwenhmng EM.HOWELL 2. co. ELMIRA, NY ' wfti W0 T H E H A T T ' S UPPER LAKE STREET HORWITZ BROS. Printing and lVrappin Papers 100 East Church Street ELMIRA, N. Y. Our Specialty Fine Italian Food I . 'I' M O R ET T I' S 800 HATCH STREET srslf 014 PETERSON'S ' FURNITURE STORES, INC. 0 il I' 513-515 North Malin Street ELMIRA, N. Y. Dial 2-3920 114 H i I Ito p I n n ,lerusalem Hill HIJS5I'5 Y Y Y w JOHN L. SULLIVAN, Pmpriemr I' EA ROOM AND BABLRY Q Pleasant Environment and Good Food Dial 2-9397 Elmira, N. Y. 408 YVest Washillgton Ave. I THE REXALI. STORES KELLY DRUG SToREs Dia12'0921 Main near Water Street Also Church and Hoffman Streets 24 Streamlined Bowling Alleys 6017119601 ell ffl 0 EMPIRE FOCDS, INCORPORATED ELMIRA, New YORK I I I Wholesale Groceries ' Fruits and Vegetables I A 'fr e As gy e Q' r .,.,55s5aa sae .yy . A, ji! gf? ., i .21-1 ? ij N ... 3.3031 L: ' , . Nj hs " - . ,,:I3,fa2 if.. NJ ,mwid will ' Y f"'y K A Q fm., :Aff ":':':' ':' '-'- 2 Eggaasfasasasa if .fl ' . iff'-'ii 'F An, ,Wiley , . K - n-'iff ' " na? -iifiw ' a if M fg . 4 ' , gE"f1:w ,i'iIf"2,g-fff? iq' 5 1f"?', WW? Nl, ,W ' . ' -2:-: "xfff.f.f QaQ :::5 5i': ' " "' f ' -: .QW - if a- ---' as f f D 4 ' Q' J -- X my ref? ff ' sw' 4 '--asa . -N B Q NCOURDINATIONM . . . a word that can mean a lot to you, even more than it does to us. It embodies a principle upon which our success depends. It means the proper economy of money, mate- rials, and time, but always bearing in mind the kind of a yearbook you wish to have produced and of which you will be proud. BJ H learned to appreciate that principle a long time ago. It is for this reason that we have consistently advocated the coordination of all factors of yearbook production. We are indeed glad to have been selected to produce this year's book. f' . 5' v BAKER, JONES, HAUSAUER, INC Producers of Fine College Annuals Buffalo, New York


Suggestions in the Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) collection:

Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

1947

Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

Elmira College - Iris Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1

1960

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.