Elmira Free Academy - Torch / Sagoyawatha Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

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V "'6f1e Archive"-1923 vfuiogmpfzf ,...Ho-' 11. 'lx"LKL"64-fl I .4iff1,fLf .2 '75 gg 9? be r hive 1923 Q 4? A 5 'sv' Pnalixized by the SENICDR CLASS OF THE ELMIRA FREE ACADEMY I n ine year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty-lnree at Elmira, New York 'She Archive"-1923 ufutograplzf "'5'f2e Archive"-1923 Ghe Archive"-1923 'G'f7e Archive"-1923 H6776 Archive"-1923 ALMA MATER Dear to us always This school and all its walls, Thou'lt ever with us stay, Fair F.. F. A. Wlien we are gone from thee, Still thou shalt ever be Fairest on land and sea, Dear E. F. A. Our hearts may well grieve . So soon to part from theeg But, dear old school, believe VVe're true alway. True hearts and friends well met, Thy charms are with us yetg Nor can we e'er forget Fair E, F. A. IfPage 8 "Giza Archive"-1923 gfkf W! f SENIDRS J Sl'uden+s fllumnl Fruends Ifan word or lclure m'l'hese a es recalls ha Llmemorles of'llf'e ul' E FH and bran s ou ml'o closer C0l'l'l'dC'l' wulh each o'rl1era nd wrlh 'l'he Hlma Maler 'THE HRGIHIIIUE w ll have accomplished il's purpose. 1-mm r- W A fm vw WQW WW f Ll P' ' , F 3 PP c '1 ' Q ' ll u v , ' I -, e "'G'fJe Archive"-1923 T 0 Oar Patron Sain! Miss Elizabeth Grube do we dedicate "The Arcbiwe' in grafeful recognition gf the intereft .rfze fzaf faken in af aaa' fzer zmtiring efortf to make our clan' a suecesf. lPage 10 "G'be Archive"+19'2Z3 Harvey O. Hutchinson, Pd. D Superz'nz'erzdem' "Fine Archive"-1923 MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1922-23 Top Row-Nathan Bimberg, Lillian H. Chapman, Alice D. Hamilton, Bertha S. VVright. Lower Row-Frederick S. Ellett, Alexander S. Diven, Paul G. King- ston Qlgresidentj, Ivan T. Smith, Ransome T, Lewis. lPage 12 "'677e Archive"-1923 . JMFX 24'ZzffEAXgN " 7 'w ! ,A1 f , N 1 AX .....i.----1 Y f 'Vs :' ' SQ.: K V ww? .3515 If Wwxxws MQS :fb f -gag Nxxf: t - ' 1 V ,fa ' AQ z ff f . G.Hn..:K FACULTY 'Give Archive"-1923 Mr. Francis R. Parker Our Principal Whore pemanal z'nz'ere.rz' in the .rtudenff and a-fairy gf E. F. A. has z'n.rpz'red our gratitude and c1j'Ectz'o7z lpag "'6'fJe Archive"-19225 L HISTORY AND ENGLISH DEPARTMENTS Ist Row-Birchard, A.B., Elmira, English, Haupt, A.B., Elmira, English, Austin Ph.B., Alfred, History QCivicsj , Callahan, A.B., Elmira, English, Berrigan A.B., Syracuse, English, Luce, AB., Syracuse, English. 2nd Row-Butts, AB., Cornell, History, Munson, A.B., Cornell, Civics, Godfrey A.B., Elmira, English, Rockwell, MD., Elmira, Radcliff, History, Gamble R.M., Alfred, English, Smith, AB., Elmira, English. 3rd Row-Conley, Normal, English, Finder, A.B., N. Y. State, English, Deuel A.B., Elmira, English, Parks, A.B., N. Y. State, History, VVelsh, M.A. Elmira, Columbia, History, Quinlan, A.B., Elmira, English. Page 151 5 J J "'G'f'9e Archive"-192 3 LATIN AND MODERN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENTS Ist Row-Moseson, A.B., Elmira, Latin, Logan, A.B., Elmira, Latin, Kellogg, A.B., Elmira, French, Goldberg, M.A., Elmira, French, Henrichon, AB., Middleburg, French. 2nd Row-Wood, A.B., Bishop's College, Montreal, French, Brooks, A.B., Elmira, Frenchg Tashjian, A.B., Elmira, Latin IV, Clearwater, A.B., Elmira, Latin, Burke, A.B., Elmira, Spanish. lPage 16 "Eine Archive"-1923 Ist 211 1457171 SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENTS Row-Sweeting, A.B., Cornell, Biology, Hopkins, A.B., Elmira, Geometry, Cady, B.S., Syracuse, N. Y. C. for Teachers, Physics, Kistler, B.S., Frank- lin and Marshall, Chemistry , Bartholomew, A.B., Elmira, Algebra, Lucy, A.B., Elmira, Algebra. Row-Brong, M.S., Muhlenberg, Biology, Kilmer, A.B., Elmira, Biology, Wixon, A.B., Elmira, Algebra Qlnt. and Advj, Hibbard, B.S., Elmira, Adviser, Trigonometry, Stott, A.B., Elmira, Algebra, Hall, B.S., Syracuse, Biology. "Ghe Archive"-1923 COMMERCIAL AND SPECIALISTS DEPARTMENTS Row-Cole, A.B., Elmira, Commercial Subjects, Breiting, Specialist, You- mans, A.B., Elmira, Drawing, Williamson, A.B., Minnesota, Commercial iLawg Mitchell, Office Sec'yg Bement, Music, Leithauser, Plattsburg Normal, Bookkeeping, Bange, Cleary Business Institute, Ypsilanti State Normal, Com- mercial Arithmetic. Ist: 2nd Row-Hoffman, Assistant Office Seciyg Collins, Mansfield Normal, Business Writing g Carleton, A.B., Syracuse, Continuation School, Grube, Plattsburg Normal, Shorthand, Loomis, Librarian, Leverich, Rochester Business Institute, Typewriting. , IP U9 "Giza Archive"-1923 DIRECTORS OF THE ARCHIVE BOARD FLORENCE CALLAI-IAN Literary Adviser I , N H. P. KISTLER Business Adviser KATHERINE YOUMANS Art Adviser PAULINE HOLBERT Business Illarmger IVAN SMITH EDVVIN TURNER Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Page 191 "Z?f7e Archive"-1923 AQ, L BEE 4 L,m.,,,4 U: s' 6- 0 QT F 253 ' SE i?".a-18 V HSN? CONTRIBUTORS LITERARY STAFF JULIA TWAST ALMA OLMSTEAD ART STAFF GERTRUDE HOUCK EVANGELINE STEINHAUSER ROSEMARY FEENEY VVILMA IQOCKVVELL BUSINESS STAFF VIRGINIIX CARR JEAN FRASER ALEXANDER VVEAVER VVILHELMINA KILLEY, Stemnograplzmf GEORGE SHAFER, Cartooozist ECKLEY WAY, Snap-Shot Editor Ly U4..v'-J IPzzge 20 'Gb A h 1923 511 'Drs 2 X X gwj WMM ,rg xr , X x w f X-X x.Z film If 'MQW 'xx.,M,,f x J 3 w A 'W my X x , N XRLJQ 3 V 1 5 L I 7 1 1 r 1 f 16 ,N w w i X M' 'I I ff I X f f- J 1 xx QQQW ' 7 WKVMW a j ! If X ' ' X N I 1 , K Q I I w N Q Nab fn Gfze Archive"-1923 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS MILTON BURT President ELIZABETH GRUBE Patron Saint HELEN ROSE Sfffrctary DOROTHY PATTERSON FRANCIS WOOD Vice-President Treasurer. fPage "'6'f7e Archive"-192.3 Cl , 8 y with the right attitude. Certainly great things may be expected ol him. Good Luck, Merriam. help it when Page 231 Lois Abbott Lois has taught us to appreciate Shakespeare "Her voice was soft, gentle and low- An excellent thing in Woman." Get-together Party, Pep Club C2, 3, 45, Basketball C4D, Vindex Representative, S. S. S. Merriam Aber A uiet unassumin ' boy who goes about his daily Work Delvera Albee Delvera is quiet and shy and good. She pleases 'all the teachers with her good work and all the students with her pleasant manners. Leola Albee Everyone who knows Leola. likes her. How can he 'ATO know her is to love her And to love but her forever P" Gbe Archive"-1923 Agnes Anthony Music has its charms, would never know them, if interpreters. Orchestra C2, 35, Get-together Party. Thomas Baniield When it comes to dramatics, Thomas is right there. Also. in the eyes of the young ladies, Tom is right there. Forum Q45, Masquers Baseball C2, 45, Senior Play. Hazel Andrews "A lovely, laughing maiden." Hazel is artistically inclined. If she puts her talents to use in everyday life, we're sure shelll be Wonderfully successful. Pep Club K3, 45, Get-together Party. so they say, but some of us there were not such delightful Henry Ball "O how full of luriars is this working-day World." Peaceful, easy going, unobtrusive, not grouchy, not over jubilant-in fact, a passive spirit. Q3, 45, Student Council C45, l lPage Z4 "'G'f7e Archive"-1923 V a worth while friend. She is a lover of fun, but never forgets her duties-a real credit to E. F. A. Masquers Q2, 3, 45, Senior Christmas Party, Senior Get-together Party, Pep Club C3, 4D. Page 251 Charles Barber " 'E writes for the papers, too." 'tBy labor and intent study, I might perhaps leave some- thing so written to after times, as they should not willingly let it die." Football Manager C4D. K Evelyn Barber Evelyn is a pleasant, talkative girl, a good student and S. S. S. Charlotte Bauer Charlotte is a charming, vivacious young person with friends everywhere. "Keep Smiling" seems to be her motto. Agora, Girls' Chamber of Commerce CTreas.j, Basket- ball f4D. Eleanor Beebe "She hath both wit and beauty." Some day we may hear of fame and renown and Eleanor. l if "?577e Archive"-1923 Anna Bielke Has anyone ever seen this young lady without a smile? She has one of the sunniest dispositions we know of and doesn't believe in worrying. Leo Bolley An equation we can all solve: Brain + Brawn + Beauty I Bolley. Track, Basketball CZD, Class Baseball QI, 2D, Football C2, 3, 43, Athletic Council CPresidentD f4j, Forum C2, 3, 43, Debating Team Leader, Senior Party, Senior Play, All- State Football C4D. Florence Berry fulness. Agora C41 Edward Bigg men. Class President C2j. l i If you are a reader of human nature, you can tell that Florence's eyes Hlookl' devotion, her lips are meant to speak Lind words, and her whole countenance expresses cheer- We'll say he's big in more Ways than one. He is some- thing of an orator and is well fitted to become a leader of IfPage 26 "Fine Archive"--1923 Charles Bullard "A song with a little nonsense in it now and then, does not mishccome a king." Come on, boys! Lct's have a good timeg tomorrow may be rainy. Editor V index MJ. Alfred Butcher Like a meteor he fell among usg like a meteor he has gone through his four years of High School Liieg like a meteor he will leave us for parts unknown. Page 271 Alvah Bruner A rare character, this. He talks little and thinks much. 'Tis this that makes the man in him, Life Club, Masquers Cgb, Property Mgr. Senior Play l l Milton Burt Activity is the middle name of this modest young man. Although his hands are always full of work, he always nnds time for more, at the sacrifice of his own pleasure. President Senior Class, Senior Play, President Life Club CU. "?5'f7e Archive"-1923 Harriet Butcher Katherine L. Butcher "Katie" had to do some strutting to keep up with her "little" sister but she managed it and we're glad she's with the class of ,23. ' Masquers Cz, 3, 45, Senior Party, Agora C3, 45, Pep Club 13, 45. Thomas Carmody inventive genius and give you an answer. "Thought is deeper than all speech, Feeling deeper than all thought." Forum. Virginia Carr 'tWith hair like the sunshine and a heart of gold." Pep Club fSecretary, 25, CPresident 35, Vindex Repre- sentative C45, Student Council C2, 3, 4, Vice President5, Class Vice President C2, 35, Quill, Senior Play, Masquers C45, Etude, Senior Get-together Party, Senior-junior Party, There is one thing Harriet doesn't believe in doing and that is getting to school on time. However, Harrietys virtues make up for her faults and we forgive her. Ask Tom Carmody any question. He will use his IPage 28 "'6f7e Archive"-1923 Here he is, girls. Don't all crowd. He is just .as Kathryn Catlin just see what a smile and a cheerful manner will do for one. Judging from Kathryn, we certainly think it pays to be happy. Pep Club CZ, 35, Senior Party, Vindex Rep., Etude, Class Song Committee. Harry Ciscoe studious as he is good looking and is endeared to the hearts of his fellow classmates. UTl1e curse Edward Connelly "Every man is the architect of his own fortunes." At last! My days in school are done, and I am free to go my way. Elizabeth Cook of intellect is upon thee." Elizabeth is the uncrowned "Queen of Sharks." We envy her report card which is full of 90's every single time. Page 291 Pep Club C3, 45. l l Gbe Archive"-1923 ""Loveliness needs not the foreign aid of ornamentfl know she thinks a lot. Pep Club QU, Girls Chamber of Commerce. Credit for the great Latin Epics is given to Virgil, but it was Ed, that gave him the ideas in a previous incarna- tion. Frances Cooper as well liked as Frances is, Maude Crane Maude sits back and doesn't talk a great deal, but We Phoebe Crane you can have that. Agora C3, 45. l Edward Curovish "There studious let me sit." Forum 545, Class Baseball 125. Girls' Chamber of Commerce, Class Basketball C41 "It's the little things in life that countl'-especially when they have curly blonde hair and blue eyes and are Phoebe Crane is a "bird" of a girl, donlt you know? She'll lend you anything she's got but her friendship-and L fPage 30 "'5'he Archive"-1923 Charles Dale Hi diddle, diddle, . 'Takes 'AChuck" and a fiddle To make you get up on your toes. Yes, 'tChuck" is quite a musician. Class Treasurer Qgj, Orchestra. Elizabeth Decker This rosy checked maiden always strolls in at the last Ida Curren Someday we expect to see Ida teaching a hunch of adoring grammar school youngsters-but We don't think she'll be a teacher all her life. Agora C4J. Eloise Dann Eloise is a promising member of our class who is sure to reach the top of the ladder in whatever work she under- takes to do. minute, and it doesn't seem to bother her if she is late. "Slow and steady wins the race." Page7511 Pep Club C2, 3, 45. "'6'f5e Archive"-1923 16 is a grand and glorious age! Especially when one possesses both beauty and brains and is about to be grad- uated from lf. F. A. Agora C4D, Pep Club C2, 3, 4D. Becausethe small are often great, we expect great things of this petite person for we know she is capable of great things. Blanche Dolph Blanche believes: "When things go wrong, take it easy, YVhen things go right, take it easy- Tomorrow we do not know, but today we know well." Agora Q41 Pep Club C2, 3, 45. Florence Edgcomb Jessie Egbert Iessie's personality is her chief attraction excluding her good looks. Easy to get acquainted with and easy to get along with-an ideal classmate. Agora C3, 47, Pep Club C2, 3, 45, Senior Play Commit- tee, Masquers CI, 2, 33. Mildred Elston , l lPage 32 "'6f7e Archive"-1923 Edna Ferris 'Short of stature but hi h of Marion Fay Marion is as Merry as a Merry Maid could be, May she always be as Merry and Marry happily. Vindex C45. as iration Edna is going N , " P to be a teacher, She will firobahly teach llatin, for thatls her favorite subject. h Margaret Fitzmartin 'ASO clever, so fair, so The talent of success is nothing more than doing well whatever you do. Robert Ferris Life is really not Worth while, If we cannot leave behind us, Some excuses for a smile. Vindex, Eorum, Masquers C3, 45, Class Baseball C2 35, Basketball Cz, 35, Senior Play, full of cheer." Page 331 Girls Chamber of Cornmerce. "G'be Archive"-14923 r l l Jean Fraser Better to be small and shine than to be great and cast a shadow. Student Council K3, 43, Masquers C2, 45, Vindex C4D, Year Book C4D, Pep Club C2, 3, 45, Senior Play Committee, Senior Play Cast. Marie Friends Marie is very quiet and reserved and a bit modest about revealing her talents. But its the quiet folks like her that you can always depend upon. James Flynn "I am resolved to flirt no more, It leads to strife and tribulationg Not that I used to flirt before, But as a bar against temptation." Paul Friedman "And join with thee calm peace and quiet." So calm and peaceful is he that he might be taken a son of Morpheus. Inter-class Baseball C2, 35, Varsity Baseball C2, 45. for LPage 34 "'6"fJe Archive"-1923 "I don't treat my Work lightly." Great artistic ability, a cheerful disposition, and a Mildred Gardner Mildred is a "brick" from tip to toe, especially the tip. Never mind, Mildred, we always were fond of red hair. Pep Club, Senior Party, Etude, Senior Song Committee. Ruth Gilbert charming personality mean success for Ruth-one of E. F. A.'s prettiest girls. Agora Crib, Senior Get-together Party. Always sweet, gracious, and obliging, Marian is one of the girls of whom the class is proud. We wish her much Marguerite Grannis "I am more likely to give help than to ask it." She was indifferent to praise and blame as fitted the very agreeable. Marian Greene good luck. age 351 Pep Club. "Eine Archive"-1923 Betty has been very active during her four years at E. F. A. and has worked untiringly to make her class the ' best. Masquers Q2, 3, 45, Senior Get-together Party, Secre- tary' Class CZD, Senior Play. "Good humor is always a success" seems to be the motto of this sweet, likeable girl who has worked faith- fully to complete her high school education. ' Agora. Norman Gridley "Sing, for Faith and Hope are high, None so true as you and I- Sing the Loverls litany- Love like ours can never die 1" ketball C3D, Class Baseball CI, 2j. Elizabeth Haase Marie Haggerty Senior Victory Party, l l Marie F. Hallahan Masquers Q3D, Football C3, 49, Track CID, Class Bas- Lucky the school that has Marie for a teacher to lead its young hopefuls along the path of knowledge. Orchestra' C2, 3, 45, Agora fTreasurer 4, 35, Etude, l lQPage 36 "'6'he Archive"-1923 and together Party, Senior Play, Pep Club C2, 3, 41. Page 371 Florence Hamilton If you want to see Florence in her element, just take a peek at her in Domestic Science class. She sure can cook. CThat is a tip, fellowsj Sally E. Hamilton Sally has the secret of being able to have a good time still keep her honor standings in E. F, A. Masquers CI, 2, 3, 45, Choral Club C2, 35, Senior Get- Edward Hennessy "Too much studying hath made him mad." "Ed" believes in business before pleasure. May that be true, always. Forum C3, 45, Class Baseball C2j, Pin and Ring Com- mittee. l Helen Hicks "She was pleasant and courteous to everyone." "At all I laugh, you laugh, no doubt, The only difference is, I dare laugh out." "'6'he Archive"-19223 doing well, Pauline has woraecl unceasingly on the business staff of this book, 4D, Cheer Leader C4D, Business Manager Archive. great artistic ability. Her hair? We could rave about her hair. Margaret Hogan choice, Margaret. Presidentl . Pauline Holbert Believing that if a thing's Worth doing at all, it's Worth Student Council Q4D, Pep Club C2, 3, 4, Vice President Ruth Holbrook Some women are a blessingg But others-Peep you guessing. Agora C3, 4Q, Class Basketball Q3D. 1. Gertrude Houck Gertrude surely will win fame for she is endowed with Agora 141, Archive Art Staff, Senior-Junior Party. "The maiden to whom her work was all in all." Margaret leisurely wended her way through E, F, A. and chose the class of YZ3 for her class. That was a wise Commercial Club Czb, Agora 13, 4, Secretary 31, Masquers 62, 3, 45, Girls Chamber of Commerce CVice LPage 38 "'6f7e Archive"-1923 Page "If he has any faults, he has left us in doubt- At least, in four years we could not find 'em out." "Willing she is and eager to please, What other virtues are better than these?l' You'll never regret your decision to be graduated in '23, Frances. Irene Housnick . "Be good, and let who will be clever." That's superfluous advice for whoever heard of Irene doing anything she shouldnlt? Class Basketball C4D, S. S. S. Peter B. Howell Helen Hulbert 'Silence is golden" says Helen and We are inclined to agree with her when we think of the many times we are sorry we talked. f Frances johnson 391 "Eine Archive"-19 23 VVhat is better than to be enthusiastic, good natured, and always have a pleasant smile for everybody? Therels nothing better, D-oris. Agora C3, 49, Pep Club, Senior Party, Archive Board. H 1 The maiden to Here's a "Shorthand wonder" who expects to follow a business career, Happy the business man who secures her services. James Hurley blue." Forum, Class Basketball C2D. l Doris Jackson Walton J ones " 'Tis the great art of life to manage well the restless mind." has settled down to real school life. Gertrude James whom her work was all in all.' "I must say something, even if it is not called for." He talks a lot, but his actions tell us that he is "true Restless! Yes. But at last we are glad to say, he LPage 40 "E7Je Archive"-1923 Agora Cs. 49. Versatile! Yes, that's the word that best describes Wilhelmina. Her mention. Masquers C4j, Get-together, Party. Page 411 "Her e es like stars of twilight fair, Frances Judson "Pooch" certainly has been faithful to E, F. A., but now she has decided to be graduated with us. You certainly showed your good judgment there, "Pooch." Flora Kahn Y Like twilight, too, her dusky hair, A countenance in which did meet, Sweet records, promises as sweet." James Kerwan "Always a smile and a twinkle in the eye." That's how we can always tell Jimmy. Wherever he goes he spreads his cheerfulness and good spirit. Class Basketball C4j. Wilhelmina Killey accomplishments are too numerous to S. S. S., Archive Stenographer, Senior "Eine Archive"-1923 Esther Knapp "You are so verree lovelee-so awfullee pretteef' We all agree that Esther possesses a most pleasing per- sonality. ' Senior Party, Pep Club C3, 45, Senior Assembly. Beatrice Kreidler "I Work when I Work, I play when I playu is the motto Beatrice upholds-especially the play part. Dances, movies and parties ! Masquers C3D, Agora C4D. Mary Ellen Kimball Here is one who shares "Sal', I-Iamilton's secret-that of keeping up her studies and still being able to enjoy life. Arbor Day CChairmanD, Senior Party, Pep Club, Pearl Knier "It is a gootl thing to be rich, and a good thing to be stronfgg but it IS a better thing to be beloved by many S. S., S., Pep Club, Masquers C3j, Class Basketball 143. lfPage 42 C "'C5'f7e Archive"-1923 l us all by demonstrating her ability as a musieiang now, shels chosen our class instead of 1924. beside "Ed's" head and he'd never know it. But we know "Ed" has ability when he Wants to use it. Page 43 J Eleanor Lewis When we think of Eleanor we also think of her smile and the dimples that go with it. E. F. A. will miss that smile. Ella Linker Ella is full of pleasant surprises. First, she astounded Lillian Locks "One can no more avoid working than eatingfy Lillian is a hard worker and her satisfactory results prove that 'Awhere thereis a will therels a way." Agora Reporter. Edward Looney In English class, a half-day alarm clock might go off "Gina Archive"-1923 Helen Lowe "Ye know that I am fair." Helen has always been an active schoolmate and her interest in those about her has made her many friends. CSee Senior Superlativesj Robert McCarthy "Red,,' as they call him, is ga "regular fellow." He divides his attention between business and pleasure, with stress on the pleasure. Forum C4D, Class Baseball Q21 John V. Loughlin John is a boy who always gets along no matter what he has to get along with. Forum C3, 4, Secretary 45, Class Baseball Czj, Stage Manager Senior Play. Margaret Lynch "A little lady for whom we have great affeetion and admiration, who dances like the shadow of a leaf in a light wind." i Masquers CI, 2, 3, Secretary 33, Senlor Party, l l lfPage 44 "'G'be Archive"-1923 1 1 "Some are born greatg some achieve greatnessg and some have greatness thrust upon them." Student Council C3, President 45, Football C2, 3, 45, Forum C2, 3, 45, Basketball C2, 3, 45, Baseball C2, 45, Pres- ident Athletic Council C35, Business Manager Senior Play. "Some minds are tempered happily and mixed with such ingredients of good sense and taste of what is excel- lent in man." Page 451 Cynthia McLaughlin Cynthia is one of E. F. A.'s truest friends. Through- out her four years she has been a staunch supporter of every school activity. S. S. S., Pep Club C35. l Howard McNamara Katherine McNulty l'She was infinitely kind and patient and above all, clear sighted." Wouldn't she make a wonderful-er-ew housekeeper? Senior Week Committee. John MacFar1and Katherine is another quiet CP5 but very charming girl. "'C5'be Archive"-1923 Madelyn Mack "There was no one like her tho' there were many imitationsf' Senior Play. i Alice Tade Manchester Someone told us that Alice was going to be a doctor. We wish her every success in her chosen career and We think she'll have lots of patients. Ruth Manchester as merry as the day is long. julia Mast "And she didn't growl and shirk at an hour's extra Work." Our julia-who turns all heads towards her, but has too level a one of her own to be turned by adulation. Archive Board, Get-together Party. Student Council C4J, Agora C3, 4, President 45, Mas- quers C4D, Pep Club C2, 3, 45, Senior Get-together Party, With her mischievous smile and merry laugh, Ruth keeps everyone good humored. She's a Wee, little sunbeam lfPage 46 ?5'f7e Archive"-1923 Jean Mitchell Nothing ever seems to trouble "Jeanie"-not even lessons. She is full of fun and loves to dance, And she's a good student, too. Girls Chamber of Commerce. Emma Moseson Emma is always so good natured and ready to laugh that we wonder if she isn't the original producer of laughter. May she always be merry. Page 471 Frances Merrill "She is a charming girlg everyone says so everywhere: and she charms every one." Tell us, Frances, what is the spell that you manage so well? Masquers C3, 4D, Agora C4j, Senior-Junior Party. Margaret Mills Who is this coming so sedately up the hall? Why, it's Margaret. She upholds the title of "Dignined Senior" better than most of us do. Agora C4J, Pep Club C2, 3, 45, Senior Get-together Party. "'G'f7e Archive"--1923 - 1 My Work is everything I have, or am, or hope to be, hut I have some lingering sense of fun left-tho E, F, A, nearly knocked it out of me. Can you imagine Mabel teaching school? Shelll probably teach Chemistry for that's her strong QU point. Cheer up, Mabel, we all have our troubles. Agora C3, 45- Vera Moyer Agora, Girls Chamber of Commerce QSecretaryD. Ellen C. Murphy Ruth Nathanson she has a Wonderful "linen of comedy. Agora, S. S. S. Mabel Narsh Vera starts the fads of E. F. A. with her ear rings, coy curls, etc. What next, Vera? We'll try anything once. Behind Ruth's studious looks there lurks a great propen- sity for fung and besides her serious expressions of Wisdom, IfPage 48 "'G'he Archive"-1923 Unfortunately this picture doesnlt show the glorious color of Katiels hair. Her charming personality and win- some ways endear her to the hearts of everyone. Wliat would the Basketball team have done Without Alma? She's not only a star HBasket tosser," but is a good student, and one of E. F. Afs inost popular girls. Varsity Basketball, Archive Board. Page 491 Joseph O'Conne11 There is a bustle. The crowd opens. Joe steps to the front where we find him in everything. Forum C3, 45, Class Baseball CI, 25, Assistant Manager Basketball C4j, Class Basketball CZD. Catherine O'Dea Elizabeth O 'Dea If we could only dance like "Ish"! Don't We all wish it though? t'Ish" plays Basketball to perfection, too. Varsity Basketball, 1 l Alma V. Olmstead "Z5'f7e Archive"-1923 Industrious! The word just fits Molly. She is always busy doing something and whatever she does, she does well. Masquers CZ, 3, 45, Vice President Agora C4j, Pep Club Q3, 41, Get-together Party. Our vice-president is credited as being one of the smartest as well as one of the prettiest girls of the class. Vice-President Class C4j, Pep Club, Student Cou11- C11 449. Thelma Park she will overcome every difficulty. Agora 141, Senior-Junior Party. l i Molly H. Parker ,- Violet May Parker ful without her. CZ, 3, 45, Secretary 2, Agora C4j. l Dorothy M. Patterson To secure a leading place in the business world is Thelma's aim. If we can judge her future by her past, Every one knows Violet. She has been a tireless worker and the Vrndex couldn't have been so success- Ass't Editor Vindex f4D, Pep Club CS, 45, Masquers IQPage 50 "Give Archive"-1923 most brilliant members. ' f g . . . -splendid reputation it has, and- Esther is one of those who do so much to keep up that standard. Page 511 Raymond Pendergast "Ray" is a first-class photographer-one of the best we know of. If he is as successful in other lines, he will be one of our "best" Kathryn Pollock "She had the genius to be loved." The girls debating club claims her as one of its Agora qs, 45, Pep Ciub qs, 45. l Louise B. Pratt Louise impresses us as being very dignifiedg not too dignified, but just enough to make one respect her. Pep Club Q2, 3, 45, Senior Reception, Ring and Pin Committee. Esther Putney It vias the folks like Esther vxho ave E F A the Gfze Archive"-19223 Milford Riffe "You are too interesting a phenomenon to be passed over." This bright young man completed his career at E. F, A, in three and a half years. Congratulations. Forum CS, 4j, Armistice Day Committee. Joseph Riley "He hath all the virtues of a truly good sportf' Football fl, 2, 3, 45, Baseball fl, Capt. 2, Manager 4j, Basketball KZ, 3, 4, Capt.D, Athletic Council CS, 4j, Senior Play Clightsb, Student Council Party, All-State Football C4j, Track CAD. Esther Rhoades Agora C4D, Pep Club C3, 41. Meryl Rigdon "She seemed to be going thru' life much pleased at everything." smile and perhaps a wink for everyone. l i Who is this modest, unassuming maiden deeply engaged in her books? Why, Esther, of course. She is full of fun, though, and loves a good time. Meryle is the personiiieation of "Pep," Always a Page 52 "Z5f7e Archive"-14323 Wlieii "bad goes to worse" Dana is always ready to help us out. We can always put our trust in him and fell assured that it is safe. some one skilled in art. And it's for Wilma. Page 531 Marjorie Riordan A lucky individual-a good student. But "all work and no play makes jack a dull boy," so Marjorie takes her recreation in walking. Girls Chamber of Commerce. Dana Roberts Eleanor Robinson We used to think Eleanor was one of those demure little maidens, but we think differently now. It's just such optimistic persons that make the world go 'round Pep Club CZ, 3, 45. ' Wilma Rockwell In the Hall of Fame there's a niche reserved for Choral Club CZJ, Pep Club, S. S. S. "'6'fJe Archive"-1923 Helen Rose fun-loving. Friends are her specialty. Secretary C4D, Pep Club Q2, 3, 4j. Teresa Ryan Ambition, energy, and perseverance are Teresa's characteristics, and in the way she utilizes every mo- ment she teaches a valuable life lesson. Pep Club 445. Lauren Sadler HHOW small I am, yet how famous." Oneida game! Oh boy! Track CZJ, Football CZ, 3, 45, Basketball C3, 4 Leon Sanborne Leon has a great aflinity for automobiles, especially Fords. But nevertheless, we have found him one of our best and worthiest. Senior Play, Student Council f4D, Life Club. VVe wisely chose Helen for our class secretary. Sheys efficient, she's independentg sheis cheerful, she's Student Council UU, Vindex Representative, Class e 1 Here is the example that proves this saying. That IfPage 54 "'5'fJe Archive"-1923 Some folks are good lookingg others have good heads, still others are talented. Myrtle is one of those rare few in whom all these qualities are combined. Pep Club Q3, 4j, Senior Party. Although he is very loquacious, "Ed" has real abil- ity along almost every line of work. Page 551 "He can talk more in a minute, Harold Sanford E. F. A. looks upon Harold as one of its staunch supporters. We feel sure that he will be as faithful in everything he undertakes. Forum 142, Inter-class Basketball CZ, 3, 4j, Captain 633. l Myrle Satterlee Margaret Schlock Margaret left her Alma Mater in january, taking with her the training that only E. F. A. can give. VVith that training We know she'l1 "play the game" well. Edward Schusler Than he can stand in a monthf' Give Archive"-1923 Dorothy Sergeant "She whose talents are many." Dorothy may be listed as one of E. F. A.'s most desirables. Judge for yourself. Pep Club Q3, 43, Senior Party, Senior Dance. Marian Shaw Marian isnlt exactly what you would call a "Shark,,' but she is a good student and can take her report card home Without fear and trembling. Girls Chamber of Commerce, S. S. S., Senior Party, Agora UU, Pep Club C4j. Donald Seeley "Good is best when soonest wrought, Lingering labors come to naught." much ability i11 music. Orchestra. Marian Sergeant ever she undertakes. Pep Club, S. S. S., Masquers, Victory Party. We find that Don is a Worth while student, with Marian has spent a profitable four years among us and the most we can wish her is equal success in What- lfPage 56 "6be Archive"-1923 like Milton Simon 'lOnce your friend, always your friend." Is there any one any where can come up to the s of him? Senior Play Committee. Ruth Siegel When you hear a giggle right in the most solemn class, you can make up your mind, it's Ruth. And she just can't keep from talking. Nathan Slutsky Dorothy Slauson l'She was careful never to betray her superiority." Dorothy's abilities as a needlewoman are well known around E. F. A. Some day she will rank with Lavin and Poiret. Pep Club C3, 4j. 'iBravo Nathan! That was music! Good alike at grave and gay! "We can always leave off talking when we hear a Page 571 master playfl Orchestra fl, 2, SD. "owe Archive"-1923 l Ivan Smith he was never behind. Louise M. Smith Louise is a conscientious girl always sure of the best results. She likes tranquil solitude and such society as is quiet and wise and good. "On their own merits modest men are dumb." He was always backward about forwardnessg but Editor of Year Book, Class Baseball, Baseball C4D. Margaret Spence competent assistant. C3, 4j, Class Basketball C4, Captainl Z Lawrence Spencer "I dare do all that may become a mang Who dares do more is none." Track QZQ, Class Basketball C3, 4Q, Masquers CSD, Basketball C4Q. Margaret is an industrious girl and an excellent typist. We recommend her to any firm in need of a Agora Q4D, Girls Chamber of Commerce, Pep Club fPage 58 "Eine Archive"-1923 paraphernalia intently drawing pictures. Art is her specialty. Next to that, a good time. missed when her presence no longer graces the halls of E. F. A. Next dance, jerry? No. Got it-as usual. Page 5 Vera Louise Spencer Vera is one of those happy-go-lucky girls. Did you say she played basketball? Well-ratlier, or rather- well, Agora, Varsity Basketball C4j. ' Evangeline Steinhauser Here we see Evangeline surrounded by an artist's John Stiles "Fond mirth! Mad laughter!" Always smiling and cheerful, John is seen in the halls of E. F. A. It seems that nothing affects his genial manner. Geraldine Sullivan Everyone knows "Jerry." She ct.'tainly will be Masquers K3, 45, Pep Club C3J, Senior Play Committee. 91 "Eine Archive"-1923 Esther Talada and efficient in her work. Gladys E. Tanner "The yvisdomthat men seek is not all found in books." ' Realizing this, Gladys isn't as much of a shark as she IS a fun-lover. - Virginia Tinkler old place, after all. Choral Club. l Constantine Troy "In the lexicon of youth, which Fate holds for a brighter manhood, there is no such word as Fail." Contributing Editor to the Vindex C4j. If, some day, we hear that Esther is the President's secretary, we won't be surprised, for she's very capable Virginia is one of those delightful, talkative persons who help make us realize that E. F. A. is a pretty good LPage 60 "Fha Archive"-19223 Frank Underwood "A regular old pal, he is, yes sir!" Not only that, but a very hard worker in the inter- ests of fair E. F. A. Forum CZ, 3, All. Frances VanOrstrand "Let laughter make your troubles Hy." Frances believes that a small amount of real clever- ness plus a great amount of humor will make anyone very successful in life. Page 611 Edwin W. Turner This you11g man believes in preparedness. just now he is preparing by very earnest work, to equip himself for his future. Student Council CS, 41, Assistant Editor of Archive. Ethel Unold Ethel's typewriter makes a great deal more noise than Ethel herself has ever been guilty of, but it isn't one whit more busy or energetic. Class Basketball C4J. l 1 A Ghe Archive"-1923 VVe would have you know that this young woman plays the piano in a manner worthy of Paderewski himself. She'll be a wonder at teaching music. Etude. We haven't room to say all the nice things we could say about Helen, but let it suffice to say she is one more girl of whom E. F. A. is justly proud. Pep Club, Student Council Q3, 41, Class Vice Presi- dent CID. Ernest Vetter for him. Esther Wallis Newton Waltzer "Let the world slide, Let the world go, A fig for care, A fig for woe, If I can't pay, Why I can owe." Helen Warner "To be, or not to be." "Earny" doesn't know Whether or not he wants to be great. But, anyhow, we see a very bright future lfPage 62 "Z5'f1eArchiVe"-1923 i "Edt" has been very busy lately between school and Henry Watts "The world's affairs are my affairs, . ,, but mine are none but my own. We call you a success, Henry. Tell us the secret of it, won't you? Eckley Way E outside interests, but he always finds time for fun. 5 Page "Eck', cloesn't believe in "all work and no play." "Happyl' has made many friends at E. F. A. She intends to go away to finishing school and then take up nursing. See that you mend more hearts than you break, Harriet. 631 Alexander Weaver A rather-uh-interesting characterg uh-he is always very, very pleasant and amiable. Pin and Ring Committee, Senior Reception, Adver- tising Manager, Senior Play, Forum. Harriet B. Westlake "'G'f:e Archive"--1923 Lucille Wheeler fond of dramatics. Pep Club CZ, 3, 4j, Get-together Party. Ruth Wilbur Ruth comes to school just often enough to show us that she is still enrolled. Perhaps she's testing the strength of that old adage: "Absence makes the heart grow fonderf' Velma Wiley The industrious support us all." to be desired. l Francis Williams It seems too bad, but this boy hasn't been here very long. He came to us only this year but has been making friends very fast owing to his line personality. "ln every rank, or great or small, Lucille is a seemingly quiet, reserved girl, but there's a twinkle in her eye-and you never can tell. She's Friendship with a girl like Velma is a thing greatly w w IfPage 64 "Z5'fJe Archive"-1923 "Good shepherd, tell this youth what 'tis to love." ln this instance we don't have to tell i'Don" very much. Basketball K3, 45, Track CD, Class Baseball CZ, 31, Athletic Council CLD, Student Council Clj. 'lBus" is a fine young man. He is very serious on some occasions, but on others he is most facetious. Inter-Class Baseball CZ, 35, Student Council, Class Treasurer HD. Page 651 Margaret Wilson Margaret has made many friends in E. F. A. and we hate to see her go. Our loss will be somebody 'lelse's" gain, though. Agora CS, 45, Masquers Ql, 2, 3j, Pep Club. l Donald Wiser Esther Wladis "Her cheeks are like the roses, Her eyes like two tWl11 stars." Esther has one of those faces artists paint so often and we see so seldom in real life. Francis Wood "'6'fJe Archive"-15923 Keith Worster "And still they gazed, and still the That o11e small head could carry all he knew." Wr any Margaret Young Always smiling and ready for fun, nothing will ever bother Peg. At least, we hope not. Masquers CZ, 31, Senior Reception Committee, Senior- Junior Party, Pep Club C3, 41. Hazel Wood To one of the sweetest girls We know we send a thousand good wishes. A good student, a loyal friend, and a pleasant companion. Masquers C3, 41, Pep Club C3, 41, Senior Party. wonder grew Theodore Wright "Champion of those who groan beneath OD1Jl'CSSlOl1yS iron hand," always "Ted" stands up for C"Right'l1 ight. In fact, we can find nothing wrong about Ted, or thing Ted does. Senior Play, Vindex C41, Class President Q31, Student Council C3, 41, Senior Christmas Party. T l 1 IPage 66 "'677e Archive"-1923 Louis Janowsky "I should worry." Lively, reckless and energetic. Doesn't that describe Lewis? He has the Secret of knowing how to drive off care and worry. l Harry Marshall "It is excellent to have a giant's strength." 'iHe sat in the midst of hero-worship, Devoid of all taint of self-interest." Football C3, 41, Life Club, Basketball, All-State Foot- ball 449, Track q4p. - Llewellyn Williams "Truth, integrity, and justice were deeply rooted in his character. He was candid and sincere, true to his friends and faithful to all." Gladys DeVaul Gladys is a newcomer, but we've discovered already that Page 671 '14 if , "She never speaks 'till spoken to, She never makes a fuss, Her sweet, calm manner really 1S A deep reproach to us." "'5be Archive"-19215 5-7 . 4 ' kx sf- Did you ever stop to think of the evolutions that a frog passes through before it becomes a frog? It is indeed interesting to note the changes. The frog passes through four stages of development. So does the High School Student. Four years ago we entered F.. F. A. We were in the first stage of development. True it is that we were made to feel rather insignificant, but we really were not, for we were material for future seniors, just as the first little egg is material for a future frog. It all seemed very strange at first, we felt some of that terrible sensation that one has when he is lost in the woods. Our upper class- men nursed us through that. The next thing on the program was the organizing of our class. We chose Miss Calkins as Patron Saintg jack' French, President, and Margaret Hughes, Vice President. Under the skillful guidance of our admin- istrative body, we enjoyed a very peaceful year. We held the annual Freshman party, which was indeed enjoyable. It gave us a little idea of the good times we would have in the future. In june of 1920 we came up against the Regents. Oh dear, perhaps We weren't nervous Q lj. The greater portion of us survived, though, and returned to E. F. A. in the second stage of development. We were like the frog in his second stage, little wigglers. You see, we were better than before, we had our bearings, we were more free to move, but still under water. Still there were upper classmen. But we did not need so much assistance from them this time. We organized our class, choosing Mrs. A. S. Austin, Patron Saint. Edward Bigg was elected Pres- ident, Virginia Carr, Vice President, Betty Haase, Secretary, and Robinson Wyckoff, Treasurer. The big event of our Sophomore year was the Sophomore party. This was pleasingly successful. Every one was welcome, even the Fresh- men, for really we were very closely related to them. The ,ZI Regents closed our second evolution, a year of greater accomplishment. When the fall of ,22 came, we entered dear old E. F. A. feeling much better, and swelled to greater proportions, like the frog in his third stage of development, a tadpole. We still had to keep our heads under, though, for we had not yet our legs. It was consoling to know that we were then more closely related to our final superiors. We soon organized our class, this time as the junior class. Miss lPage 68 15 RY. "'6'be Archive"-1923 Vera Kilmer consented to be our Patron Saint. Theodore Wright was elected President, Virginia Carr, Vice President, Jean Fraser, Secretaryg Charles Dale, Treasurer. Being in next to our last year, we felt a little more responsibility. The honorable Seniors relied upon us to help them set a good example to the under- classmen. Not only this, but when the Arctic League had its fire, our class made up a donation to help replace the stock of Christmas presents that that League had for some of Elmira's kiddies. As we were almost as good as seniors, so was our Junior party almost as good as any Senior party. Under the management of Theodore Wright, Harriet Westlake, Virginia Carr, and Jean Fraser, the party was held in the Gym., which was beautifully decorated with purple and gold. The fact that the party was held nine days before Christmas probably added spirit to it, for every one surely enjoyed himself. Nor was this our greatest event. On Friday, February 3, the Junior basket- ball team had the extreme pleasure of administering a beating to our superiors. Perhaps they were superior in other ways but We outclassed them in one way at least 3 so they were unable to hold all the laurels. Those of us that were able to survive the third intelligence test returned for the last time to our Alma 'Mater in ,22. NVe were now full fledged Seniors. We were like the full fledged frogg we had our legs, and we were free to roam. Re- sponsibilities were put upon us. We had the V index and the Year Book to care for. Our class was now fully organized. Miss Grube graciously consented to be our Patron Saint. Milton Burt was made President, Dorothy Patterson, Vice President, Francis Wood, Treasurer: and Helen Rose, Secretary. The biggest event of our Senior history was the Senior Reception, which was held December Ist, at the Masonic Temple. We also held a Christmas party and a Get-together party, all of which were successes. The yearebook board left it to us to sell as many of the books as possible. We have done a great deal, as a class, to promote our book which we think is a credit to the school. The "Archive" wishes to remind our class that though we may be full fledged seniors, we, like the full fledged frog, are still green. The frog is free to go his way. So are we. There are many ways that we may go, but the way of greater advantage is the right way. Seniors, when we leave dear E. F. A. for good, we areenot ready for the sea of life. There are plenty of colleges in the country, established for the purpose of removing the last traces of greenness. Let us take advantage of the opportunity to remove any thing that might lead one to compare us to the frog. In concluding, we wish to extend our hearty thanks to our Patron Saints for their interest in us. We wish to express our gratitude for favors conferred upon us. We wish to show our appreciation of the efforts of our worthy officials, who have done so much to make our activities successful. Last, but not least, we wish our under-classmen success and all possible happiness. IN MEMORIAM George Cowan, '23 ..................... ..Died june 4, 1921 Robinson Wyckoff, ,23 .... Died February 25, 1922 P ge 691 "'679e -Archive"-1923 so ---- The Senior Social Calendar included several events, of which the most im- portant was the Senior Reception. Under the direction of Charles Bullard, Chair- man of the reception, a committee composed of Charles Dale, Kathryn O'Dea, Louise Pratt, Alexander Weaver, and Margaret Young, worked out the clever plans to which the success of the affair was due. The Peerless Orchestra of this city furnished a delightful dance program. Those who acted as patrons and patronesses were: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Burt, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. S. Edward Rose, Mayor and Mrs. N. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bartholomew, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bullard, and our Patron Saint, Miss Elizabeth Grube. A very delightful Christmas Party was given by the class of ,23, in the gymnasium, December fifteenth. It differed from the other parties in that it was a little more delightful. A gayly decorated Christmas tree at one end of the "gym" pleased the "Children" of the Senior class very much. The dainty refreshments served and the music, furnished by the "Five Melody Boys," also accounted for the success of the party. The last two entertainments given by the Seniors were rather exclusive. Fol- lowing the custom of several years, a Senior Get-together Party was given, to which all members of the Senior class and their parents were invited. This was to enable the parents to become better acquainted with the faculty and the school. During the evening, an entertainment was given in the auditorium. Leo Bolley, Eleanor Beebe, Wilhelmina Killey, and Lucile Wheeler presented a one act play, "Enter the Hero." Mildred Gardner favored the Seniors and their parents with two vocal solos. A reading by Jean Fraser was next enjoyed. A piano solo by Agnes Anthony, and a violin solo by Nathan Slutzky completed the program. Later in the evening, refreshments were served, and dancing was enjoyed. The other exclusive affair given by the Seniors was the Senior-Junior Party, held April thirteenth in the gymnasium. At this entertainment, the junior class, the members of the girls' and boys' basketball teams, the debating team, and the faculty were guests. This was the first interclass party ever held, but its success guarantees, thatvthis custom will ,be carried out future years. lfPage 70 "?5'be Archive"-14923 Ml A 'We, the Senior Class of 1923, being of sound mind and healthy memory, AS- do make and declare this our last will and testament. We do hereby bequeath our most valuable asset, our brains, to the needy class of 1924, as we know they will not accept them. To the Sophomores do we give our wisdom even though they think they do not need it. To the Freshmen we give our angelic behaviour. I, Virginia Carr, my executive ability to Mary Lou Bruce. I,"'Pooch', Judson, my pep to Beatrice Orr. I, Helen Lowe, my vampish ability to Hiram VVoolf. I, Louise Pratt, my dignity to Frances Lee. I, Anna Bielke, my modesty to Dorothy Speed. I, Violet Parker, my loquaciousness to Joe Pitts. I, jean Fraser, my fond memory to Gordon Decker. I, Marie Haggerty, my surplus height to Jack Bartlett. I, Helen XVarner, my mathematical ability to Don Halliday. I, Leo Bolley, my oratorical ability to Robert Digby. I, Charles Dale, my innocence to Edward Bement. I, Esther Knapp, my sweetness to Marion Cowles. I, Alma Olmstead, my athletic ability to Margaret Baxter. I, Leon Sanborne, my choice vocabulary to james McLaughlin. I, julia Mast, my curly locks to Ruth Quinlan. I, Madelyn Mack, my dramatic ability to Leo Hardiman. I, Eckley Way, my ability as a chauffeur to Miss Quinlan. We do hereby appoint our executives in witness: Messrs. Palmiter and Passmore. Page 711 CSignedj THE CLASS OF '23. On this twenty-sixth day of April, Nineteen hundred and twenty-three. "'6f2e Archive"-1923 COUE AT E. F. A. Every day, in every way- I am growing more and more interested in Pinkerton's methods. -F. R. Parker. We are growing more and more hard-boiled.-The Faculty. I am growing more and more particular about the flags I raise at E. F. A. -Charlie Palmiter I look more and more carefully after my Ford's supply of gasoline. -Leon Sanborne My Rose grows sweeter and sweeter.-Milton Burt. I am growing thinner and thinner.-jane Birchard. My tongue moves faster and faster.-Joe Pitts. My French grows "pas bon"er and "pas bon"er.-Mary E. Kimball. My Trig is getting "triggier" and "triggier."-Bob Ferris. My son shines brighter and brighter.-Mr. I-Iall. TRY THESE OVER ON YOUR PIANO "Lady of the Evening" ............... . . . Marguerite Grannis "Dumbell" ............................ ........ L awrence Spencer "Who'll Take My Place When I'm Gone" . . . ......... Howard McNamara "Mr. Galligher and Mr. Shean" ........ Leo Bolley and "Red" Riley f "You Tell Her, I S-t-u-t-t-e-r" ..... ......... A lexander Weaver "Gee, But I Hate To Go Home" . . ............. "Don" Wiser "All Muddled Up" ............ .... ' 'Hank" Ball "Time Will Tell" .... . . . Nathan Slutzky "I'm Through" ........ "Early in the Mor ning" "Just Like A Doll" ............ KK Some Day You Will Miss Me" .. "Little Man" ........ ....... . . H CK Peggy Dear" . . "O'So1 Mio" .... "I Wish I Knew" lf I'm Looking for Lovin' Sam" . ............ .. a Daddy Longlegs NEWS ITEM . Myrle Rigdon Harriet Butcher . . . Vera Moyer . . "Bus" Wood . Lauren Sadler . .11 "sam" Bullard Margaret Young "Sal" Hamilton . . . Eckley Way . . Violet Parker Because of their experience with "tu-lips," the following committee has been appointed by President Burt to look after our recent donation to the school campus g Newton Walzer, Chairmang Helen Hicks, Myrl Rigdon, Frances Judson, Norman Gridley, Edward Hennessey, Peter I-Iowell, Eckley Way, Ivan Smith, and Ed Turner, Chaperone. lPage 72 "'6f7e Archive"-1923 Merriest ..,..... Best Looking Neatest ....... Most Bashful Biggest Talker .. Most Fickle ..... Most Ladylike Strongest ...... Most Most Most Most Most Most Most Most Dramatic Serious . Unsophisticated Conceited ...... Popular .... Curious .... Optimistic . . . Pessimistic . . . The Perfect Lover . . . Most Loyal ......... Most Frequent Visitor Most Angelic . . . Most Interesting Biggest Bluffer .... Busiest ......... Most Ambitious . . . Luckiest ........ Cutest ............ Most Energetic . Most Sympathetic . . . Best Athlete ...... Most Amusing . . . Most Honorable . Best Dresser .... Most Sedate .... Best Student .... Most Influential Sleepiest ....... Most Likely to be Most Original . . . Prettiest Bob . . . Class Baby . . . Pluckiest ...... Best Natured . . . Handsomest Boy . . . Heart Breaker . . . Class Flapper ..... Most Sophisticated ., . Page 731 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES at Office .... Quietest ....... . .... Successful . . . Mary Ellen Kimball . . . Gertrude Houck Florence Edgecomb Ivan Smith . . Edward Schusler .. Helen Lowe UD . . . james Morrissey Leo Bolley . . . . Madelyn Mack . . . jean Fraser UD . . . . . . Lillian Davis Bus" VVood Q?j UD . . . . Alma Olmstead . . Edward Curovish . . "Pooch" Judson . . . . . Eckley Way . . . Norman Gridley . . . . . . "Red" O,Dea . . . . Newton Walzer Lawrence Spencer Helen Rose . . . . . Charles Dale . . . . . . Milton Burt . .. Pauline Holbert . . . . Ed. Hennessy . . . Margaret Young . .. Virginia Carr . . . Molly Parker . . . . . "Red" Riley .. Eleanor Robinson . . . . Louise Pratt . . . . . Vera Moyer . . . . Lucille Wheeler . . . . Elizabeth Cook Howard McNamara Ed. Looney . . . . Blanche Dolph . . . Constantine Troy . . . Thomas Banlield . . . . . Julia Mast . . . . Robert Ferris . . . . Lauren Sadler . . . Sally Hamilton . . . . . Peter Howell . . . Leon Sanborne . . "Jerry" Sullivan .. Harriet Westlake I "Z5'be Archive"-19223 x Q 5 E lPage 74 "'6'f7e Archive"-1923 - G. HDUCK JMNUQJH Page 751 , 'Ghe Archive"-19 23 UNIOR CLASS E 2 J "She Archive"-1923 Q. 'XJ ks EJ GP 355 L 5 63 C? IJ 11 if 0 Dv wwf' we, J ',f J ,X-Zxsnq--, 4 01 faffqx A LA? . 1 51 if-if 'NA ig QP f V XXIH' I k, l iff QQM C7i 4 15: , 4iTffg W I W, 7 i: EN " Q. .V X W ,,1jE 3L"X,,, xw gf PM V! .N ilfflwff xlf f X W G.:-IMK EQFH M FQE Page 771 Glue Archive"-1923 SS PHOMORE CLA SO -1 "U LS N xv rn SQ Q X,.JX L5 'L 5,5 FREE:-:MAN , A .513 ,S I-Jjv XJ' Qc + ef E cz -Q, in L+ RFLQILJ '67Je Archive"-1923 fGir1s D SS HMAN CLA FRES .- T ra Q m oo o Ghe Archive"-1923 Page 811 CBOYSD FRESHMAN CLASS "'6'f2e Archive"-1923 1- PAA? 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After the close of the football season a banquet was held by the Student Council at the Country Club in honor of the team. Cn February 8 under the auspices of the Student Council, "Prunella" was repeated before an audience which filled the auditorium. The Council realized quite a sum of money on this production. The biggest undertaking of the Council was the special train which was sent to Binghamton on March 9. This train was ordered by the Council, decorated in blue and white, and took hundreds of Elmira rooters to Bingo to celebrate "Elmira Day." Later the Colgate Glee and Instrumental Club was brought to the city by the Council, and everyone who heard them pronounced them a decided success. Almost every Wednesclay afternoon dances have been held by the Council in the gym. Other large dances have been held in the Federation Building and in the gymnasium. Surely no organization is more necessary to the welfare of the school than the Student Council. ll- . W. Kraeg - f . ' s' a--- at -- .4 " " frfgfgw' Page 851 , "Give Archive"-1923 IPage THE FQRUM Ellison, Burns, McCarthy, Banfield, Underwood, Kennedy, Seeley, Taber, Carmody, Kerwan, Huston, VVatkins, Hurley, McLaughlin, O'Connell, Ferris, Kline, Amberg, Riffe, Hardiman Bolley, McNamara, Kingston, Pitts, Mr. Austin Loughlin Miller, Waid, Curovish, Hen essey, Enright, Cromer, Johnson, VVeaver. fl 86 "Give Archive"-19223 FORUM The Forum for I922-1923 has had a remarkably successful year. The offi- cers of the club for the term were: President, Joseph Pitts, Vice-President, How- ard McNamara, Secretary, John Loughling Treasurer, George Kingstong Corre- sponding Secretary, Jack Miller, Sergeant-at-Arms, Thomas Banfield. During the year the Forum has had many interesting programs, and a keen interest in current topics, as well as a knowledge of parliamentary principles, has been developed in the members of the organization. At the beginning of the term Mr. Austin was chosen as faculty adviser and has aided the club in every attempted project. During the year, the club has been honored by the presence of many mem- bers of the school board, as well as a great number of the faculty, who acted as judges and gave their advice and criticisms. Throughout the school term, the Forum has been well represented in all school activities. The Forum furnished three members of the Debating Team, as well as many members of the cast of the Senior Play. On April 24, the annual Forum-Agora debate was held. The Forum upheld the affirmative of the proposi- tion, "Resolved: That France is justified in her occupation of the Ruhr district." After mid-years, the Forum adopted the Blue and White Plan. The Forum was divided into two teams and at each meeting, points were awarded to the side having the largest attendance, and the best quotatiors, and to the winners of the Current Events, Recitations, and Debate. At the end of the year the win- ning side was treated to a banquet by the losing side. The business routine of the Forum has been kept from getting monot- onous by the ingenuity of the Entertainment Committee. Several parties were held in the gymnasium, as well as a few cottage parties. The big Annual Forum Dance was held in February and proved to be a social success. In order to promote interest in public speaking, the Forum will hold a speaking Contest before school closes in June. Taking all in all, it has been a banner year for the Forum. In no year since its founding, has Forum stood out in big letters, as it has this year. It is sincerely hoped that the success of this yearls Forum will be repeated annually in the future. 'mFdl"W n -0 tn 'dag' 312032 ff Eggegga Page 871 25' fp e A rch i V e -1 9 2 3 E. E? E4-0 we DE E. ':A'-1 sg? N2 IP age 8 8 "Giza Archive"-1923 THE AGORA What's the matter with Agora? It's all right! The girls this year are certainly putting Agora on the map and Well does it deserve a prominent place there. For is not Agora comprised of about fifty "peppy,,' intellectual, argumentative girls? Under the faithful and much appreciated guidance of our faculty adviser, Miss Mabel Haupt, these brilliant girls have admir- ably presented in Room 42 fourteen debates this school term. The members have all cooperated and worked hard to put these debates over succssfully and now comes the annual Forum-Agora debate. Four of our best debating members have been selected to defend the club and will meet victory or defeat equally with a smile. Those representing Agora are: Myrtle Palmer, leaderg Margaret Hogan, Violet Parker, Katherine Pollock, alternate. Besides arguing the girls have various sports. Several spreads, an exciting initiation, and a very successful school party in the gymnasium, are some of its social events. On the day of our victorious football game with Bingo, the fioat which Agora had in the parade did credit to the school. Surely Agora has accomplished its aim this year, and it is due in great measure to the members backed by their staff of able officers, namely: Madelyn Mack .... .. Molly Parker .... Margaret Hogan .. Marie Haggerty ............................. Agora appears to be partial besides those found in "members Haupt. 4 5 ,MQ Q, 4 Q 4 . ..............,.... President . . . . Vice-President . . . . . . . Secretary Treasurer to "M's" in that the officers supply four, " and the tvvo donated by Miss Mabel M1'?'i'e 5' 'KSAM :Mr 9 4 L fin 4 I' 1 Rfk-f I 2 X I 0 4 W 5 0. gm sfwiq ek 1 l 'gy Page 891 'Gbe Archive"-14923 Antes, Ferris, Bolley, Amberg, Pitts, Banfield, E. CYS Q o DS Q5 -D ru cu CQ CN GS E Z3 O! M. GJ ill 5 ru U 4: E E ,: U an Ryan, UI tl ri' wk? QQCQ 2: L4 14 Q2 2 5 r, Feeny, Gilbert, Hamilto nk, Hage GS 14 LT-4 cd 5.01 O? s: .LS .E 5 U1 . 2 2 FU. Y-1 if 5 -ca O 5 P: 4: Q4 14 IJ 2 .ZZ rd D J U cd 2 E. CU . 5 -U 3-1 N I G.. O cn S2 .SI O PH LPage 90 "?5fJe Archive"-1923 "THE MASQUERSH Under the leadership of the following officers: President ........................... Reynolds Johnson Vice-President . . . . . Eleanor Beebe Secretary .... .. Ruth Quinlan Treasurer .... . . . Robert Ferris Patron Saint ................. ........... M iss Quinlan the "Masquers" Dramatic Society of E. F. A. is completing perhaps the most successful year in its existence. Never before has so much ability and talent manifested itself as in the forty and more students who compose this soci- ety. At the beginning of the year program meetings were held every other Thursday evening in the auditorium. "Will o' the Wisp," "Two Crooks and a Lady," 4'Spreading the Newsu were a few of the one act plays presented at these meetings. Our great triumph! "Prunella" or "Love in a Dutch Garden," a three act fantasy by Lawrence Housman and Granville Barker, was presented to the public on Monday evening, December ll, and met with great approval. Every member of the large cast played his part to perfection, and, indeed, so great was the success of the production, that it was presented a second time for the benefit of the Student Council. A large and appreciative audience greeted the production on both occasions. Later a banquet and private dance was held in honor of the hard Working cast. One more play is being planned before the close of school. It is to be "Feathertop," a fanciful play with a cast of only three people. At the last meeting before Easter vacation several new members were admitted to the club. Our membership quota is now more than filled, but next year new members will be eagerly sought. Students, back this organi- zation! You have responded splendidly to all our requests this year, so keep it up. Join next September. We "Masque1-sl' thank the student body and the faculty for the re- markable interest shovvn in all our activities this year. We also thank our Patron Saint, Miss Quinlan, without Whose aid little would have been accomplished. We plan for a successful season next year. 1 x 5 My 4 01' 'igfmghalo 4 , 1 a,,ffL','l1qR 1 . 7 X. Il "' - 1 1 ll if :fic-hqf Rauf s M0199 x :ff wikw sfw wf fQeee.f it DJ Xmf?94g1u43'3!cvK'f DJ! n' -Q'-fl! usxai 'I Page 911 Ghe Archive"-1923 "'6f7e Archive"-1923 Page PEP CLUB "Hip Te Minike Iniki Sok Te Boom Te La Le Ya Hoo-Pep! Pep! Pep !" This rousing cheer issuing from the throats of about 75 E. F. A. girls reminds the passers-by and those eating in the lower regions of the "Y" Cafeteria, that such an organization as the "Pep Club" really exists and is Hourishing. For the benefit of those few that have not heard of "Pep Club's" rising fame, let us explain that "Pep Club" is meant for F.. F. A. girls of every size, shape, and color, welcoming the youthful Freshman as well as the dignified Seniors. The weekly rendezvous is on the second floor of the "Yu Cafeteria where the members congregate every Wednesday noon and have good "eats" at low price, jolly company, an entertaining musical pro- gram, and an interesting speaker. What more can a girl want? To be sure, the male of the species is lacking, but then, there is Life Club. QTheir waitresses admit that they have plenty of "Life."j It is the custom for Pep Club to have a special celebration at Christ- mas time. Accordingly on December twentieth over a hundred girls attend- ed a special luncheon in a room attractively decorated for the occasion. Each girl received a clever gift, ranging from a tin pan to a horse and wagon, from the 'fgrab bags" in the center of the table. Mr. Bolger gave us one of his inspiring talks and one of the Pep Club's staunchest allies, Principal F. R. Parker, made a few clever remarks. Pep Club's Birthday is a "red-letteri' occasion also. This year the well-known college orchestra gave us a special treat. 'Those versatile musi- cians surely can produce results from their instruments, especially "Miss Tympanof, Dr. Lent delivered the address in which he brought out the necessity for faithfulness in small things and perseverance in working for a certain goal. However, an account of all the speakers and their splendid messages would fill a large book. Here are a few of them: Mrs. George Diven, Dr. Richards, Dr. Hamilton, Dr. Booth, Mr. Cavert, Miss Morrow, Mr. Frank Tripp, and Mr. Kistler Qyes, the very same, and he's an authority on "soap," tooj On April twenty-hfth the last regular luncheon was held, but in the latter part of May will be the annual "Mother and Daughter Banquet," which is always the crowning event of the "Pep Club" year. Several good reasons for the success of Pep Club are: Mrs. Diveu, our god-mother, Miss Beebe, our adviser, Miss Estey, our "snappy" song leader, Miss Ida Cotton, our "Qld Faithful" accompanist, and our capable officers: Harriet Ball, President, Pauline Holbert, Vice-President, and Florence Clemens, Secretary. Ye verdant Freshmen, gay young Sophomores, jolly juniors, and grave old Seniors, remember that a girl is known by the company she keeps and identify yourselves with the "peppiest" girls in dear E. F. A. 931 Ghe Archive"-1923 UB ECL LIF f- 'TJ rs. E fu xo A "Z5'f2e Archive"-14923 E. F. A. LIFE CLUB The Life Club whose membership includes some of the liveliest fel- lows in the school recently brought to a close a very successful season. The largest membership in the history of the club-one hundred and two-was reached by means of a snappy drive early in the year. There was great interest and enthusiasm manifested throughout the year. Louis Dryer, in the capacity of song leader, obtained song sheets which were in constant use at the proper time in the meetings. The music for the club was donated by the Melody Boys and Nifty Five orchestras and was greatly appreciated. Throughout the year, Mrs. C. H. Hall managed to arrange for delicious meals. The club's treasury was such that money was given to the Arctic League and the Salvation Army. For the first time the Life Club has been recognized by the school and Leon Sanborne has ably represented the club on the Student Council. The main aim of Life Club is to develop the manly traits in High School boys. In order to do this, speakers, very carefully chosen, addressed the members at the meetings. The general plan was one of vocational talks. Excellent speakers from Cornell University, Binghamton, and Sayre, be- sides prominent Elmirans, were heard regarding all lines of work. Among the Elmira speakers were: Edward Rose, president of Barker, Rose 8: Clinton Co., George Ahn, safety engineer at the Pennsylvania R. R. shops, Walter Cavert, pastor of North Presbyterian Church, Frank Tripp, adver- tising manager of the Star-Gazette, Edgar Denton, a prominent lawyer, T. I. Bolger, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, H. H. Griswold, presi- dent of the Merchants' National Bank, B. Coykendall, a health expert, Clarence Killinger, general manager of the VVillys-Morrow Co., and S. Scoon, president of the Retail Clerks Association. Mr. Horace W. Reed of the Y. M. C. A. has been the club's mainstay throughout the year, serving as club adviser and friend. He is well liked and respected by everyone. The officers for the past year wereil President, Milton E. Burt, Vice-President, Leon Sanborne, Secretary, Edward Bement, Treasurer, Henry K. Ball. The officers for next year are: President, Harry Marshall, Vice-President, Edward Bement, Secretary, Richard Sherman, Treasurer, Perry Shoemaker. ""l5l"b'7 n so wd'x2'af4ms1f ,f va al...--1 fi 9 T f imesi' Page 951 "?5'fJe Archive"-1923 Ld C3 D 5.44 Ill if 532 X- 8? L11 as 'S OJ :SLD ,c cn .En 'T' ,rd :go SJ 25 E GJ CQ 21? we E an CI IL! O B ig 'F O CQ ,-T v-1 v-'Z' bil I3 WC ,Jo U13 2:11 5 mm U2-. C C 5 'C Ki CJ V703 'sf C1 39, v-414 :SCJ D-4 .2 M HZ A E- Uv. .Ei OJ -v-fu Arn s: o E ig? ffa 3:1 UH: wi -Ea gm 2,1 ,,,-23 :ww .20 4-rf? B40 -fi CI O U1 E4-f X-1 -EQ, 'U : O Lb.- C14 .9 4: Bhd LPage 96 CI C5 .-CI Q2 IU .-CI U7 CI :ss E L4 -.3 cn gx L4 vwbbgu' mit 'D 05.2 41 "'G'f7e Archive"-1923 L'ETUDE OFFICERS: President ..... .................. R eynolds Johnson Vice-President . . Doris Hevener Secretary ....... .. Dorothea Abbott Treasurer ........ .. Nathan Slutzky Sergeant-at-Arms ......., Charles Spriggs Corresponding Secretary .. . ....... Elva Pitts Vindex Representative ..................... Fred Searles There is a new society which has recently sprung up in our midst. It is "L'Etude,,' a music society which seeks to benefit the whole Academy musically. This is, indeed, a fine thing for the school, because F.. F. A. is not advanced very far along musical lines. It is true that there are theory classes, but these classes do not give the pupils an opportunity to see and hear musical affairs. That is one object of "L'F.tude." It plans to present some musical attraction every week in Assembly and now and then a large concert, in which the members take part. Good music, too, no jazz! Our young people are cultivated enough along jazz lines. This club takes into membership anyone who is seriously interested in music. He does not need to be a virtuoso, but he must like music well enough to strive forward willingly and better himself for the benefit of his Alma Mater. If he wishes to become a member of L'Etude, all he needs to do is to give his name to some member of the club. This member will put his name up to be voted on in meeting. L'Etude holds business meetings every Monday noon in the Auditorium, while every two weeks a program is given at the home of one of the members. The program meetings have been very successful, and a source of much enjoyment and value to the members. Plans have been made to give a big concert at F.. F. A. on May 18. A number of the members, assisted by a few outsiders, will give an interesting program in which some unique features will be included. Come! Let everybody show his spirit and help support this fine organ- ization, not by jeering and making fun of it, but by attending its musical affairs and carefully following its various activities. ' Tlx Jig, gb: Page' 971 Z5'f2e Archive"-1923 ui Ui Ui LPage 98 "'6he Archive"-1923 S. S. S. The School Spirit Society of Elmira Free Academy is rapidly coming to the front. Early in December a group of enthusiastic girls assembled in Room 12 and determined to have a club for the purpose of creating school spirit throughout various classes and organizations. Sylvia Kotrba, the orig- inator of the school spirit idea, was unanimously elected president. Miss Kotrba has been very successful as an officer and the members are all very fond of her. Myrtle Palmer was chosen vice-president, Edith Ford, secre- tary, and Florence Ford, treasurer. Lois Abbott was named Vindex reporter for the "peppy" organization. After much discussion, brown and gold were chosen as club colors. It was necessary as well as wise that the group of girls have a "guiding handv. Miss Ruth Cole was elected adviser and has been a very helpful and interested friend. Her winning ways have a great influence on the enthus- iastic organization. The society has done much to fulfill its purpose and is planning to do many other things. The members, under the management of Ruth Nathen- son, have sold season tickets for the baseball games and also for the Lockport Debate which was held here recently. One of the interesting features that the club enjoyd was a "spread" in the Domestic Science room. Miss Cole was a guest of honor and offered a few words for the success of the club. After a few toasts, with Miss Kotrba presiding as toast-mistress, a pleasing entertainment was given by several of the members, including Edith Ford, Stella Siegel, Ruth Nathenson, Flor- ence Platt, Myrtle Palmer, Rebecca Golos, Aurelia Greatsinger, and Marion Matthews. A party, to be held the latter part of May, is already being planned and the committees have been appointed. At each meeting of the society, after the business discussion, "yells" led by our cheer leaders, Edith Ford and Caroline Kotrba, are practiced so that we can do our part at the games. It is evident that with a nucleus of about 35 members the organization has started some splendid work and deserves the support and co-operation of every one in E. F. A. . B "5 ' 1 . ,, Nl . .fig ,fy if . sf.. .- v . - J Q ., ff' o,4.xQ1Q69i, -txgnggpggyu Page 991 'Ghe Archive"-1923 GIRLS' CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I-1 'U Q 'Q ru H 9 "'677e Archive"-1923 THE GIRLS' CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The purpose of this organization is to study the vocational opportuni- ties for the young Women in Elmira, to give its members a broader View of the world's work, to connect the work of the public schools with the life of the community, and to assist the Senior and Boys' Chamber of Commerce in its work of advancing the general welfare of our city. The ofhcers of this club are: President ............... .... ll 'lary Espey Vice-President ............ .. . Margaret Hogan Assistant Vice-President . . . . . . Anna McMurray Secretary ............... ...... V era Moyer Treasurer ............................ Charlotte Bauer Due to the fact that the club has just been organized, there has not been time for much definite work. However, we assisted the Senior Chamber of Commerce in the "Clean Up XVeek". One of the main objects of the or- ganization is to visit the different offices and manufacturing plants, thereby getting a broader View of the outside world. The following are qualified for membership: Bauer, Charlotte Mathews, Marion Cooper, Frances McMurray, Anna Crane, Maude Mitchell, jean Cullen, Florence Mortimer, Maude Espey, Mary Moyer, Vera Fitzmartin, Margaret Pease, Encie Gardner, Margaret Shaw, Marion Hogan, Margaret Spence, Margaret James, Gertrude Kohn, Eileen Miss Lucy Leverich-Faculty Adviser X69 c':'h J 9 'r w WN Page 1011 "Give Archive"-1923 THE ORCHESTRA Johnson, Singerhoff, Slutzky, Brown, Pettingill, Dale, Patterson, Seeley, Everetts, Mattriski, Rice, Ensworth, Bement, Haggerty, Ewing, Byrne, Cleveland, Pitts, Seeley, Bystrom, Budd. ORCHESTRA This enterprising organization has made excellent progress during the past year. Much of its success is due to the careful attention which its skilled director, Mr. Bement, has given it. Regular rehearsals are held every Tues- day noon in the auditorium. Although the Orchestra is of fairly good size, it will welcome any other young people who wish to offer their services. The present performers are as follows: VIOLINS Donald Brown Ruth Ewing Elva Pitts Genevieve Budd Richard Everetts Nathan Slutzky Elizabeth Byrne Marie Haggerty Marjorie Seeley Lillian Bystrom Reynolds Johnson Donald Seeley Lucille Cleveland Valerian Mattriski Norma Rice Charles Dale Edward Pettingill Paul VVeale Emma Ensworth, Piano Donald Miller, lst Trumpet Alice Murphey, Cello Donald Patterson, 2nd Trumpet Harold Davis, lst Horn Bertram Singerhoff, 3rd Trumpet Lawrence Sides, 2nd Horn Jeremiah Parker, Trombone Frederick Searles, Drums The Orchestra is quite proud of its newly-acquired ability to perform classical selections and is to be congratulated on the fine showing which it made in the musical program for the Senior Play. lPage 102 "?5f7e Archive"-1923 THE VINDEX Miss Parks, Troy, Chapman, Miss Younians, Ferris, Miss Haupt, Pettit, Birchard, Burris, Parker, Bullard, Vetter, Fraser, Shafer, Fay, Bement, Budd. "THE VINDEX" At the beginning of the year, the Vindex Board made the change from a magazine to a newspapery Many of the students were persistent in favor- ing the booklet form. In spite of small subscription, bitter criticism, financial difficulty, the staff would not accept defeat. Now, perhaps, a few, but only a very few, favor the old style paper. In fact, the "VindeX" now has one of the largest circulations of any high school publication, making profits instead of losses. Miss Mabel I. Haupt, literary adviser, is responsible for the success. Her untiring efforts, her countless hours of labor, however, were not given in vain. Charles F. Bullard, editor-in-chief, proved himself capable and worthy of so high a position. Let us not forget his assistant, Violet May Parker, who was for "VindeX" hrst, last, and always. Ernest Vetter, business man- ager, and Robert Ferris, advertising manager, were indispensable to the financial side of our paper. Page 1031 g "Z:3'f7eArchive"-1923 DEBATING TEAM Charles Amberg, Miss Quinlan CCoachD, Leo Bolley George Shafer George Huston THIRTEENTH ANNUAL BINGO-E. F. A. DEBATE AT BINGHAM- TON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL, MARCH 9, 1923. Thirteen has always been superstitiously regarded as an unlucky num- ber, but this old feeling was broken when the Ciceros of E. F. A.'s 1923 Dc- bating Team defeated the VVebsters of Bingo on their own platform in the thirteenth annual debate, making seven victories for fair E. F. A. and only six for dejected Bingo. Incidentally, ours was the second Elmira team to beat Bingo in Bingo. George S. Shafer, '24, opened the debate with an eloquent attack on the evils of the present system of private owners and operators of the coal mines. He left a good impression and started his team towards victory. Kenneth White, Bingo's first speaker, replied with a somewhat drawn-out speech spent in definition rather than argument. Edward Houston, '24, sprang to his feet and told Bingo a few pointers concerning the question, de- livering a Eery and enthusiastic address. Kendall Roberts, Bingo's leader, delivered a strong return, but Leo Bolley, '23, Elmira's staunch leader, soon broke down Roberts' arguments by an excellent delivery. Bolley would have shamed Demosthenes himself. Gordon Tripp, Bingo's last speaker, "tripped" on his speech with his muddled facts. The rebuttal speech of Eddie Houston was a masterpiece and clinched the victory for Elmira. The Bingo newspapers declared it one of the finest heard in Bingo in many years. Staunch old Bolley also boomed his best. Pandemonium broke loose among the 500 E. F. A. delegates, who triumphantly bore away the coveted Amherst Trophy. lPage 104 "Z5'fJe Archive"-1923 Page r4,,, SENIOR PLAY CAST Wright, Burt, Quinlan CCoachD, Ferris, Banfield Bolley, Fraser, Mack, Sanborne Haase, Hamilton, Carr SENIOR PLAY May llth and 12th the Senior Class presented their annual play in the High School Auditorium. If you have ever witnessed Augustus C. Thomas' "Come Out of the Kitchen", either on the stage or on the screen, you will agree that our own capable cast, coached so skillfully by Miss Quinlan, gave a performance quite as entertaining as the original company. The cast, all members of which deserve an equal amount of credit, is as follows: Olivia Dangerfield or Jane Ellen ..... .. Elizabeth Dangerheld or Arminta ..... . . . . . . .Jean Fraser . .Madelyn Mack .Milton Burt Thomas Banfield .Leon Sanborne . . .Virginia Carr .Elizabeth Haase .Leo Bolley . . .Robert Ferris . . .Theodore Wright Mandy fcoloredj . . . . . . Paul Dangerheld or Smithfield ....... ....... Charles Dangerfield or Brindleberry .... .... Burton Crane ...................... . . . Mrs. Falkner ............... .... Cora Falkner ..... . . . Randy Weeks .... ....... Solon Tucker .... . . Tom Lefferts ..... .Sarah Hamilton 1051 'Gabe A.rChiVe"-1923 IPaa W QF QD CID U "'Gf7e Archive"-1923 g ATHLETIC COUNCIL Halliday, Riley, Ferris, DeFilippo, VViser Pitts, Kingston, Austin, Bolley, Fields The personnel of the Athletic Council of the past school year is as follows: Honorary President... ...... F. R. Parker President ........... ......... L eo Bolley Secretary ........... .,.. G eorge Kingston Treasurer ............ ...... R . M. Austin Manager of Football ...... .. .... ..Charles Barber Manager of Basketball .... ..... R aneri De Filippo Manager of Baseball .... ........ I oseph Riley Manager of Track .... .... D onald Halliday Captain of Football ......................... Ward Fields Captain of Basketball ....................... Joseph Riley Student Representatives-Donald Wiser, Robert Ferris, Joseph Pitts. The Athletic Association has been very busy this school year, due to the fact that our teams have won so many honors. The Association gave sweaters and gold football watch charms to the letter men in football, and they also gave sweaters to the letter men in basketball. They are backing up Baseball by helping in the sale of season tickets, and expect to go "over the top." , E. F. A. is organizing at the present time a track team, under the supervision of our competent coaches. As this book goes to press, the mem- bers of this team are not yet selected but "The Archive" thinks that our Track team is going to be a credit to us, as our other teams have been. We know that much pleasure and benefit is to be derived from it. We extend our best wishes for success. wage ms "Fine Archive"-19225 Page He calls practice every night- "Moses" Hirst. And his constant cry is "light"- Dauntless Hirst. Oh, his training's mighty tough, For he surely "treats ,em rough", But, believe me, you cannot bluff Arthur Hirst. VVhen we slacken on the held, Look at Hirst. His expression is congealed, Anxious Hirst. But when our "old fight" appears And calls forth the rousing cheers, There's a smile 'round both his ears- Happy Hirst. MR. HIRST He1'e's our valiant coach and man, Arthur Hirst. Shuns the limelight when he can, Modest Hirst. He is clever and he's wise, He's a wonder for his size, And he doesn't advertise- Do you, Hirst? All the nice things that are said About Hirst, Simply cannot turn his head, Can they, Hirst? In the glory that we've won You're the "man behind the gun", So for all that you have done, Thank you, Hirst. OUR FOOTBALL TEAM Never has E. F. A. had such a football team as that of '22! just think of it! Our boys won the state championship for us! At each game was a splendid crowd of students and general public. At each game, the crowd came to cheer our boys, to let them know they had our support. One by one we met our former rivals. With the memory still living of former defeats, and with iron determination, one by one our boys crushed their opponents. The biggest day in this term's history was "Bingo" day. F.. F. A. gave Bingo a grand reception. The parade, which was a quarter of a mile in length, formed at E. F. A. The grand stands at Dunn Field were packed, and the Bingo representation surely made itself felt. They were going to "clean up for us" but!! our boys were in every way superior. VVe had defeated everyone on our schedule. The final game was with Oneida, on Thanksgiving day. That was the game that was to decide whether we should have the championship. There were over 6,000 people present to cheer our boys. Oneida gained 3 points at the beginning. Then neither team gained until the last few seconds of play when our boys tied the score. Although this game was a tie, an official comparison of records brought it about that the championship was awarded to E. F. A. F.. F. A. will always remember the wonderful team that won for it the state championship. Why should it not? 1091 "Give Archive"-1923 KW W ' ' SUMM ' Q1 f l 9 BREE'LE! V ' Q ' to H2 - 0 , f Lf ws I' A N f - V '95 coRP5' f - il- , -1- "W my if f -'fi 'lb' f iff' f- 'iff . Xt' ,X Z 461lL.unlhmg,L-2 Xx., ,,,.,, , In ' I 7 . --A -' 'Vf , , 7 X 5 ,J ,TU x STA-rglgctzlfl X f V 4' X 'V A, 2 pp ' 19 f f x 1-.553 ' 5 ' ' f '. " if In 27 j AGA NUL 5 If Bnmeme an 'rua W L J ? Q .. --BA.SEN.' 2 Ik 'k X ' S 1 F K 1' f", cf 'SM M Ya? J A 1 .A Aim:-0"'m' W Q v " - f n A IV Q ' 2 Q W. f f 3A"2El'1 'M' , M S 'iff E ALI.. L""' - . ,' - BUT! . , 7 - fx- 0 'l- .022 lr ' I Q. V. I 0 V N NX ai QQ ' VXKWW ,905 .. , X ,J ,f., V Q Ha, 'I f l,fflHfl1v.XLfN NT It WHEN "YoPo" P1-ousuc-:xv w-TH 'Q Y ,Q A we mesxm! ,K X f WHAT TRAIN Q MAN' QUT ! 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' xg -in 'ifmq 5 'J A T1441- ot' Q19 :JN f F X 'ENT Q Q KW" ans QA: A ? . 9 J yy 512 - - - '- 1' -4 ' ES H Q-5 0 " Egg:-?i X my S 91? NKELPIE 1 M '?.:.:::W .ug f f 1? gym .- ......, Page 1111 G71 6 A rch ive -19 23 ESQ N274 glam Him iff mag GENE LDZZ E-'US E2 mmf 4 . PGM-Tm U'--ua WEMQ C4 SUM :nog E iff Q , ,lPage V112 INDIVIDUAL SCGRES "'G'he Archive"-1923 Page BASKET BALL So near and yet so far! Yes! Our basket ball team worked wonders. It nearly "copped" the southern tier championship for us. But we shall have to be content with the satisfaction of having come so near having it this year, just as we are happy over having actually won the football champion- ship. How jubilant we were when we gave the Bingo basketeers a trounc- ing! VVe would have been happy if we had won no other game but that. The execution was excellent. Every man functioned with clock-like pre- cision. Our score mounted, 1, 2, 4, 8, and up to 26, while Bingo's was held at a maximum of 18. Our boys deserve E. F. A.'s gratitude. Next year nearly all those basket ball stars will be out in other walks of life. E. F. A. hopes success and happiness for them. The '23 class extends sincere wishes that our Alma Mater's next team will be as much credit to it as our present one. R. De Filippo Position Field Goals Foul Goals Total Points . R. F. 49 80 178 L. Sadler ...... . L. F. 27 0 54 H. McNamara Center 39 1 79 Riley QCapt.j .... . R. G. 16 24 56 A. De Filippo . L. G. 22 1 45 A. McNamara .... ... R. F. 6 0 12 Johnson ....... . . Center 2 0 4 Baxter ...... . L. F. 2 0 4 VViser .... . L. G. 2 0 4 Spencer .... . L. G. 0 0 0 Totals . . . ....... . 165 106 436 TEAM SCHEDULE AND SCORES December 8 ...................... E. F. A. 13 Horseheads 6 December 16 .... .... E . F. A. 22 Cortland 19 December 22 .... .... E . F. A. 33 Owego 3 January 5 .. .... E. F. A. 13 U. E. 5 January 6 . .... E. F. A. 31 Sayre 21 January 13 . .... E. F. A. 28 Johnson City 18 January 19 . .... E. F. A. 25 Bingo 12 January 26 .. .. E. F. A. 26 Norwich 21 February 2 .. .. E. F. A. 32 Cortland 18 February 9 .. .. E. F. A. 24 Owego 21 February 16 .. .... E. F. A. 26 U. E. 20 February 24 .. .... E. F. A. 47 Horseheads 13 March 3 . .... E. F. A. 15 Johnson City 17 March 7 . .... E. F. A. 17 Norwich 44 March 9 . .... E. F. A. 26 Bingo 18 March 13 .. .... E. F. A. 19 Norwich 30 March 23 .... .... E . F. A. 39 Meeker's 14 TOTALS . . . ........ 436 300 1131 "'6f1e Archive"-1923 GIRLS, BASKETBALL TEAM Clemens A,O1mstead Spencer O'Conner Espey O'Dea Baxter E. Olmstead Atwater lfPage 114 "Giza Archive"-1923 Page GIRLS' BASKETBALL DIRECTORATE Elizabeth O'Dea ........... Captain Catherine Atwater ........ Manager Miss Frances O'Connor ...... Coach PLAYERS Catherine Atwater, r.f. .. Elizabeth O'Dea, s. c. . . . Mary Espey, c. ...... . Elizabeth Olmsted, r. g. Florence Clemens, l. g. .. Margaret Baxter, f. Alma Olmsted, 1. f. Vera Spencer, g. .. Mary L. Bruce, f. .. .. Ruth Ewing, f. . . . . At At At At Elmira, Dec. 8 Elmira, Dec. 22 .. Elmira, Jan. 5 Ithaca, Jan. 12 At Elmira, Ian. 19 .... . ........ . At Cook Academy, Jan. Z6 ...... At Elmira, Feb. 2 .............. At Ovvego, Feb. 9 .............. At Union Endicott, Feb. 16 ..... At Elmira, Feb. 23 ...... . ...... . At Elmira, March 2 ...... ..... At Binghamton, March 9 ....... At Waverly, March 14 ... .... . Total .... GAMES F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A F. F. A E. F. A 28 14 20 28 20 45 39 Z0 12 46 31 20 Z6 E. F. A., 394 Fo1NTs .. 160 0 0 o 0 .. 22 .. 161 0 '4 2 Alumnae . . . Owego .... . ...... . . Union Endicott Ithaca ............. Binghamton . . . . Cook ..... Ithaca .... Owego ..... . ...... . Union Endicott .... Cook .............. VVaverly ..... Binghamton ... .. . VVaverly ..... Opponents . . . . . 9 12 6 15 20 24 20 16 18 12 Z8 22 ZS 210 1 The above record speaks very highly for the Girls' Team. They are to be congratulated on their successful season which was not without its trials. QSee March 9j. Those who will receive their E are: Catherine At- water, Elizabeth O'Dea, Mary Espey, Elizabeth Olmsted, Florence Clemens, Vera Spencer, Margaret Baxter and Alma Olmsted. . 1151 Ghe Archive"-1923 5 Af 3: 5, M, E. H E Q-v1 pil. gi? .... on QE sm CQ - A S is CU SE III EE 2 EH fc-E mg U, 913.2 QVH '-1 . 43 5 Q' E mis mmf CDJLL' sg of C rn N.- -33 QC 3' me ,P Q wig Ei Em Q uf ,223 gm -E E1 IME Elm miss SME H32 .s dl IPage 116 'ci 2 3 2 E nf L1 rd E fd fx +4 O O cn CIS E .31 .-1 0.2 95' O C. rd E 33 I 0, 5 J: o C O il 3 o D54 E O 4-4 4-1 O CQ "Z5'he Archive"-1923 BASE BALL This year, E. F. A. intends to turn out such a baseball team as it has never put out before. Our other teams have won us a reputation to be envied. Our baseball tea1n is going to show us to be as proficient in that sport as we are in the others. The boys have been faithfully attending practice directed by our effl- cient coaches. What they have done for football, then basketball, they are striving to do for the baseball team. As our coach said, "One must have the material to work with in making a team." That we have. It is now near the end of the school year. Its greater part has been almost a continuous line of victories. As this book goes to press, no base- this term's sport as it was begun Following is the line-up of D. VViser, A. McNamara Frisk, Thrasher .. J. Riley ........ P. Friedman .... Banheld ...... Titus ............ H. McNamara L. Bolley, I. Smith F. Woocl, Slavin But we know that F.. F. A. will close ball games have yet been played. -with Victory! the team : . . . Pitchers Catchers Danks . . . . lst 2nd Short Stop 3rd . Left Field . . . Center Field Right Field SCHEDULE April 28 . . . May 5 May 9 .... May 12 May 19 May 23 May 26 June 6 . . . June 13 June 23 .. Chemung Canal Bank Starkey Chemung . . . . Cook Academy . . ....... Bingo . . . . ..... Horseheads Watkins Meekers' Business Institute Meekers' Business Institute N.Y.S.R. Wednesday Games at Washington Park Saturday Games at Penna. Diamond Page 1171 'G77e Archive"-1923 IPIIQ "Z?f2e Archive -1923 f A M, il HB fl K H 'mi E. F. A. In X I 1959-asia, I K! ilu X Q 4 X-'F' ff l 'V I W2.,LfxwgWllN f , yi ' if W M ff wwf J? A L U M NAU 'Ghe Archive"-1923 ALUMNI REGISTER Not since 1910 has any attempt been made to complete a register of Elmira Free Academy Alumni. This year we aimed to prepare a list of our graduates since that time. The task has been rather discouraging, chiefly because lack of funds prevented the "follow-up" work nec effort successful. We hope, however, that the work we have begun will be con- tinued by succeeding classes, until in a few years our Alumni Record will be as complete as that of any college. Class of 1862 J. Amelia Munson James R. Monks Class of 1863 Sarah T, Haskell Class of 1864 Anna Beesley Mary A. Cummins Helen G. Davenport Isabella S. Disbrow Fannie Jane Holland Emma M. Nye Minnie E. Pickering Maggie R. Sadler Arahsteen A. Smith William E. Pickering John D. Ryan Class of 1865 Lillie A. Beers Eliza W. Bement Mary Hazard Alice T. Jones Ellen E. Niles Lina A. Randall Clara M. Vermilya Charles H. Gridley Griif D. Palmer Lucius Robinson Gabriel W. Wisner Class of 1866 No Graduates Class of 1867 Isidore Anderson Louise C. Armstrong Martha L. Bidwell Charles B. Bovler Ella A. Bridgman Mira Burke Frank H. Cowen Lizzie Cummins Emma Denton Henry K. Gilbert Harriet N. Moore Mary Hastings Morse Mary Emily Norton Mary A. Palmer Henry Stephen Redfield Caroline Roper Addie C. Steele Charles P. Thurston Julia A. Thurston Mary Frances Willard Frankie Young Class of 1868 Nellie B. Cummins Amelia Fielding Henrietta Flett Adele A. Gleason Florence May Marsh Franta C. Patchin Harriet L. TenBroeck John E, Weaver Class of 1869 Will E. Ayers Bridget Marie Brodie Harry S. Brooks Mariana A. Brush Fannie Clark Katherine I. Coddington Margaret M. Coddington Lottie R. Congdon Nettie Dounce James Gallavan Emmett S. Goff Hattie S. Gridley VVilliam N. Hatch Libbie H. Hamer Ellen B, Kingsley Jacob Schwartz Rena Kingsley Frances B. Knapp Anna D. Mason Allie E. Moulton Jennie L. Palmer Anna Rose Helen F. Smith Carrie E, Thorne Augusta VanLew Class of 1870 Clement D. Bainbridge John A. Bigelow Clara A. Davidson Fred Eaton J. Sloat Fassett Anna A. Frisbie Clayton R. Gerity Guinn Guinnip Fannie E. Hart Susan H. Hayes Sarah R. Kingsley George W. Knox Amelia A. Lown Emily A. Nelson Mary Ann Potter Mattie E. Sampson Laura Stephenson Class of 1871 Ella K. Beecher Milton H. Beckwith Emma H. Beers Louise F. Blampied Fremont Benjamin Anna F. Byrne Frederick Dundas Charles A. Eaton George T. Finch Clara E. Fitch Henry Flood Anna E. Grandin Cora L. Hillabrant Lillian R. Lowman Eugenia Losie Lottie McGovern Mary A. Turner Charles M. Tompkins Sarah C. Smith Mary McLaughlin Kate VanWagoner essary to make such an Class of 1872 Sarah Knapp Baldwin Isabelle Bidwell Isador Biggs Josephine A. Bullard Mary J. Farley Hattie Hart Josie A. Hisom Hannah M. Norton Laura A. Palmer Julia E. Roe Frances Wells Roosa Loretta J. Roper Mary E. Schoheld Violetta Smith Louella E. Weed Ida A, Whitley Edwin F. Church Frank M. Hayes William P. McKnight John Moore Walter Lloyd Smith Wilton Merle Smith John B. Stanchtield Class of 1873 Joann C. Austin Alice Lantry Ballard Jennie Cook Catherine B. Cummins Julia E. Fassett Mary Louise Fassett Alice E. Gibson M. Alice Lariew Helcn J. Perry Linnie Rockwell Carrie G. Squire Emma Swan Mary E. Tousey Nan E. Woodford Alexander C. Eustace James H. Fountain Henry Ward Beecher Foster John NV. Kelly Harden DeValson Pratt Willard N, Pratt Willam R. Rathbun Edwin C. Rice YV. Dox Wey Class of 1874 Martha M. Chapman Mary Cooley Mary Cotton Mary A. Cross Genie A. Dater Belle Dounce Jennie A. Eustace Sarah A. Fuller Ida M. Godfrey Emma O'Farrell Harriet O,Neill Annie Schwartz Eda L. Scott Anna F. Scoville Eva S. Smith Sara Helen Stilwell Mary V. Squire Julia B. Thompson lPage 120 M6776 Archive" 1923 Susan A. Thompson Nellie U. Weaver Anna M, NVilkin Ola Baker Comfort Albert J. Daniels Joseph Dundas Thomas A. Dundas Charles lil, Fassett Herman Joerg VVi1liam Lincoln McKay James B. Minier Gaylord A. Pratt John Charles Fremont Tillson George W. Weaver Class of 1875 Frances L. Bowman Emma Byrne Louise Davis Emily Elston Nellie L. George Fannie Lown Addie Rockwell Florence L. Smith Reba Thomas Fred S. Ayres William O. Bacon Frank S. Bentley George Dounce George L. Hisom John C. Melville Arthur Pratt Claude L. Stillman W'yatt C, Stone Class of 1876 Hattie E. Aspinwall Kate E. Calligan Kate B. Erlich Clara Knapp M. Adele Pratt Emily F. Riley Hattie E. Roberts Anna E. Shipman Theresa Schwartz Adell Sidney Anna M. Swan Clarence A. Brown Louis Brown D, Webster Fuller Charles W. Hozheimer Boyd McDowell Theodore M. McKnight Louis G. Rathbun Edward Drake Roe, Jr. Albert J. Vickery Class of 1877 Hattie A. Barber Josie H, Carey Cynthia Clapp J. Estelle Farnham Viola L. Fishler Mary Higgins Helen A. Jones Jennie Story Genie I. Tomlinson Grace E. Welles Casper G. Decker Fred N. Dounce Joseph P. Eustace Pulaski Brant Roper Henry B. Welles Christmas Class of 1878 Gabrielle Brooks Sue Cooley Johanna Moore Agnes Murdoch Theodora Norton Evelyn Shipman Anna M. Strode Carrie A. Stuart Theresa L. Tuch Burton S. Chamberlin Robert B. Corey Page 1211 Alexander T. Cowell Henry L. Fassett William E, Hart Carlton K. Hevener Milton Albert Nobles Charles H. Tomlinson Josephine Beardslee Hannah E. Beckwith Mira J. Evens Hattie B. Godfrey Elizabeth Monks Sophia R. Nafe May Norton Lillian Palmer Mary E. Seely Laura B. Smith Minnie D. Stow Ida L. Trescott Minnie E, NVare Katherine L. Weaver James Cannon, Jr. Thomas H. Gartland John Murray John M. Potter Lewis A. Robertson Edward K, Tidd James D. Walker Otto W. Weyer Class of 1879 Isabel Baker Flora E. Bovier Margaret S. Cooley Lydia H. Cross Mary Dempsey lda F. Drury Eliza Fitzgibbon Mary A. Hillabrant Mary A. Kidder Louise L. Partridge Bridget E. Sheehan Anna G. Smith Nellie F. Ware Abbie VVilkin John M. Connelly Henry A. Dexter XVilliam T. Dunn John Finlay Franklin Fishler Harry Natt Hoffman Fred M. Howell Percy L, Lang David M. Pratt Artemus W. Reynolds Hollis C. Robertson James M. Shepard Ray Tompkins Class of 1880 Helen M. Albro Annie Bigelow Mary C. Brady Hattie L. Browne M. Louise Dias Belle Dillisten Nellie G. Farley Belle Garritt Margaret Griffin Carrie Hankins Barbara E. Hart S, Jennie McPherson Anna Neish Maria Shannon Caroline Fenton Spencer Emma XVatrous Edward J. Clark Patrick Dempsey Mark S. Eustace John G. Farwell George S. Hull Cassius A. Hibbard VVilliam E, V. Kemp Charles Mander Thaddeus Up de Graff, Jr. George A. White Class of 1881 M. Lena Drake Eva L. Greene Minta Harding Eleanor E. Harris Mary F. Higgins Gwenellian Jones Fannie Merritt Katherine Mungovan Minnie M. Ruch Katherine Schornstheimer Rachel E. Sellner Nellie L. VanDuyne VVilliam Amberg Harry M, Beardsley Cameron B. Dean Noble Bl. Fox Thomas C. G. Kemp Daniel F. Maloney John A. Parkinson W'illiam NV, Putney Henry C. Spaulding Class of 1882 Fannie L. D. Bidwell Bertha M. Brainerd Jane L. Clark M. Louise Godfrey Elizabeth A. Hogan Sue T. Huntley Mary Ella Jones Carrie Parshall Sue B. Riley Samuel C. Burchell Fred Davis George McCann Sterling Miller Francis Richardson Charles Thomas Robbins D. Wright Class of 1883 Blanche K. Barney Cora M. Bunnell Julia Burchell Martha E. Campbell Alice M. Chapman Helena M, Elmore Elizabeth Fenner Blanche Fishler Jessie E. Gonzales Mary J. Griffin Eva Ingham Jennie C. King Ella M. Leavitt lda Levy Agnes Rowan Lena A. Ryan Mary J. Stone Cristine A. Walker Edward P. Aspinwall George R. Baldwin William T. Cahaley VVilliam E. Carnochan Romeo H. Curtis Frank E. McGovern Charles H. McKnight George Morgan McKnight George Congdon Miller John E. O'Neill William B. Stratton Richard Hull Thurston Class of 1884 hlary Eaton Eva A. Elston Margaret Finlay Bertha Freudenheim Maud Fuller Jeannette Gamper Frances D, Guion Ada L. Inscho Clara Jarvis Emma Lee Alice A. Lever "Gbe Archive" -192-3 Elmira Losie Theresa McArdle Emma Munro Sue O'Neill Josie Sheahan Alice Swift John Henry Birmingham Francis J. Byrne Fred Casady C. Robert Collingwood William Barton Dickinson Abraham Friendly Frank Gray John Hall Griffith Tracy Guthrie David N. Heller Michael Burt Heller Thomas W. Hotchkiss Harry G. Johnson Mercur Lowman Hubert C. Mandeville John G, McDowell Thomas Moffit William C. Peebles Guy W. Shoemaker Edwin Swift James Walsh Harvey White Edwin Wiseman Class of 1885 Mabel Bally Kate Foley Mary J. Galatian Minnie Griswold Esther Seward Hall Elizabeth Ingham Nellie S. Larkin Isabel Nixon Mary J. O'Bryon Jennie Preswick Mittie C. Thorne Anna Waldorff Ida D. Walker Katherine Louise VVard Charles Bullard Joseph Burns Michael Danaher Charles L, Dickinson Frederick Durland Fred C. Hart Frederick E. Hawkes William Hendricks Albert Lowman VValter Coleman Parker Frederick W. Swan Class of 1886 Grace Allington Carrie R. Baker Jennie Eastman Call Mabel Davis Nellie V. Davis Emma E. Dobell Alice L. Fitten Margaret A. Flynn Martha E. Galatian Margaret Moore Jennie Stapleton Flora N. Swift Mary H. Williams George A. Jones Dennis P. Lynch Mills T. Duryea George W. Edminster Fenwick Ellis Wilbur P. Fish Charles Shattuck Fox Fred G. Gerow Charles A. Goodrich William W. Gregg Tracy B. Griswold Frank S. Miller Frederick Pratt Reynolds William Schornstheimer D. E. Warren Charles A. White Frank W. White Class of 1887 Mary E. Bovay Alice L. Bryan Kathryne T. Cahaley Annie Cotton Alice A. Curtis Josephine Frost Fannie Haight Caroline G. MacClave Kate C. McMahon Minnie A. Murphy Lillie J. Norwood Julia O'Brien Catherine J. O'Gorman Edith T. Riggs Maggie M. Rodgers A. Irene Scudder Ella J. Skeahan George NValdo Vinton Arthur C. Alger I.. Duane Atwater Walter C, Byrne Hovey Everitt Copley Patrick Stephen Daly George Lansing Davis Frank E. DeWaters VVilliam Madison Earle Charles J. Harrison Reeve B. Howland Charles Herman Kent Carl Ferdinand Klaus Fred LaCoste Hollis H. Mills William Westcott Perry Tracy Harriet Robertson William Minier Thompson William Edgar Tuttle, Jr. Edwin Lincoln Wildman Albert Mack Wittenberg Class of 1888 Jeannette E. Covert Cora Allen Derby Elizabeth M. Doherty Carrie E. Fillingham Nellie Gates Fitch Fannie Minerva Frost Anna E. Genger Frances Helena Gorman Katherine G. Hogan Mary Ellen Hogan Mary Mangan Harriet Louise McGovern Jennie B. Miller Lena Miller Ellen O'Dea Helen Carrie Parmenter Fannie Louise Prescott Alida Smith Nina Wheadon Stanton Anna Rachel Taylor Cora Edna West Frances Cornelia West Grace Walton Whitlock Herbert Norman Babcock Harry Lee Bogart Arthur Woodward Booth Arland Lewis Darling Edward C. Dempsey Francis X. Disney Sylvester Beard French Moses F. Fybush Albert Howard Gould Thomas Wortman Gould Claude Sanford Haynes Frank N. Jewett Peter Paul Linneed Harry Seymour Pearse Henry Louis Purdy Willam Burch Rogers Frank Ellsworth Sunderlin Frank Gilbert Swift Thomas John Wilkin William Curtis White Class of 1889 Caroline Bennett Chase Mary Helen Clark Maud May Disney Helen Louise Dunn Theresa L. Gartland Josephine Agnes Genger Marcia Debora Gibbs Ellen Gordon Minnie Isabelle Gruber Mary C. Hiester Elizabeth Hurley May Louise Kellogg Elizabeth M. Knipp Mabel Little Margaret McNamara Mary Ellen McNamara Rose Agnes McNamara Isabel Louise Merchant Josephine C. O'Connor Rachel Evelyn Solomon Lena May Strait Jessie Kate Symonds Edward Anderson Brooks Thaddeus P. Elmore Ferdinand Haase, Jr. Arthur M. Lewald Patrick Henry Mack George Franklin Martin Joseph A. Schloss Darwin Eaton Stiles William Scott Walker Charles Ellis Whitlock David E. Wilson Class of 1890 Grace Mildred Alliger Margaret A. Brown Prudence Adelia Draper Susannah Ellis Mary Catherine Farley Josephine Beatrice Flynn Emma Sharpstein Haight Lucy C, Jones Helen A. Kaufelt Louise B. Leavitt Margaret A. Linneen Cordelia S. Losey Claretta Norwood Mary Catherine O'Leary Jane Reardon Alice Louise Roper Rita Lord Scudder Mary Katherine Smith Molka Soble Jane' Ann Stannard Edith Claire Stobo Anna Beatrice Tobin Bertha E. Tomlinson Sibyl Griswold Tubbs Ethel Mette Vance Martha S. Warnock Dora Marie Weyer Julia P. Weyer Wilfrid Irving Booth Arthur Stewart Conklin Daniel W. Dexter William Biele Edson Henry Hoffman Holbert Charles Cornwell Hudson Frederick Ford Jewett Richard T. Lonergan Warren L. Miller George Westlake Morse VVilliam Joseph O'Neil Peter Wintermute A. Vllelling Wykoff Class of 1891 Myra Luthera Adams Mary Olive Bullard Mabel Cornelia Daggett Flora Virginia Frost Olive Cecil Garritt Grace James Frances Louise Lynch lPage 122 "'6f9e Archive" -1923 Cora Ogden Minnie Estrella Phillips Marie L. Singerhotl Mary Jeannette Skeahan Gertrude Edinger Stephens Florence E. Sullivan Mary Gregory VVaterhouse VVilliam Ayer Baldwin Shirley NVest Bowles Henry Lawrence Davis Frederick McQuhae Falck James Brownlow Gordon Francis Hall Herbert S. Hastings Leon Theodore Lewald Joseph C. Lynch Edgar Labolt Mayo Hubert Minier Merrill Leon Dwight Moody Charles Warren Pettit Charles Barton Reynolds Bennett Minier Sherman Floyd G. TenBroeck Arthur DeArmand Tuttle Henry Brooks VanDuzer Sherry Augustus Warner Clinton Randolph Wyckoff Class of 1892 Louise V, Bales Grace Cornwell Bogart Julia E. Carrier Mary Costello Bertha Philimena FitzGerald Elizabeth Louise Gorman Anna Adelia Howland VVilhelmina C. Lappe Margaret A. Lorch Rosa H, Lucy Anna M. McMal'on J. Maud Prescott Emma Flodd Rhoades Lena Schornstheimer Clara B. Shaw Bertha Ann Wilcox Wayland Olsen Bagley Emerson Batterson Maxwell Stephens Cooley Henry W. Gilbert J. John Hassett Robert Alison Holmes Samuel Burton Holzhcimer Thomas J. Leyden Benjamin F. Levy Edward Palmer Rapelyea Julian Mills Round Melvla T. Shelford Rudolph W'arner VanNorden William VVittenberg Class of 1893 Mary K. Bower Grace Emyra Colvin E. lllay Edson Grace Elma Fisher Margaret I. Fitten Katherine C, Griffcs Ruth M, Hathaway Margaret Jones Helen Marsh Keefe Harriet Nina Kellogg Minnie M. Knipp Esther Emma Lever Mary Linneen Frances M. MacDowcil Ellen McMahon Harriet Camilla Neef Katherine J, O'Brien Grace Lucile Patterson Albertine Pike Millicent L. Reynolds Grace C. Robeson Frances M. Sarstield Lydia I. Scovill Saretta Soble Page 1231 Maud Evelyn Talbot Mary Fleet Thomas M. Lillian VanBuren Frances May Wormley Joseph Daniel Bermingham Arthur Harold Burdick H. Myron Daggett Frank Orleo Elliott Thomas Francis Fennell Harley Stuart Gibbs Claude Dunning Ham VVilliam Stephen Hiester George Albertus Kenyon Frederic Alonzo Kimball Charles Hilands MacNeil Joseph E, O'Leary XVilliam Bert Ormsby VValter H. Ottman James Bissett Pratt Joseph Benedict Rosenback Charles Alonzo Simmons Frank Walton Smith W'illiam Crooks Thro John Ford Tremain Class of 1894 Elizabeth Mabel Bryan Ellen Veronica Cosgrove Julia May Davis Amelia Grace Gartland Harriet Foley Gorman Stella Sunderlin Gould Nellie Pearl Howland Frances Rolinson Keefe Sophia Mabel Merritt l.ida May O'Bryon Helen Ludovica O'Neill Lillian R. Strauss Minnie Rose Stanton Aseneth M. Swan Lillian Edna Thompson Florence Evalen Wilmot louis Charles Andrews John Joseph Crowley Ross George Garritt Philip Bertram Genger Herbert Judson Hunn Howard Miller Ingraham Edwin Brown Jenks Jesse T. Peck Kenyon Chas. Herman Wilhelm Lap Ross George Loop Harry Markson Ray VVallace Niver Francis Patrick O'Neil Ely VVatson Personius George Gardner Reynolds Stephen Edward Rose Charles Soble , Mortimer L00 Sullivan Samuel Gilbert Hathaway T Robert Francis Walsh Class of 1895 linda Julia Baldwon Anna Frances Brady Ella Cartwright XVilhelmina Deister Clara Cornelia Dockstader Evangeline Dupre Helen Gertrude Englebreck Lillian Abbott Foster Daisy Clare Hinkle Cecil Belle Jenks Laure Canfield Manley Mary Rebecca Marcuson Susan Norwood Nellie Augusta Ottman Minnie Samuel Frances Aressa Simpson Adelaide Olivia Smith Lena Isabelle Snyder Emma Maud Tillman Ada Maria Wingrave Mary Frances Wixon DC l.11'llCf Charles Franklin Abbot William Wheat Allen Dean Paul Beckwith Milton Carr Walter Austin Carr George Hurd Carrier Edwin Rogers Compton Alexander Diven Falck Otis Howard Gardner Louis Goldberg Myron Foster Hall Herman Gonzales Halstead Jonathan Hiller Holmes Fred Bemis Humphrey Thomas M. W, Losie William Carpenter Minier Roscius Morse, Jr. Joseph Aloysius O'Donnell John Henry Palmer Henry Jewett Pettit Charles Ransom Reynolds Charles Roemmelt Roy Stevens Smith Class of 1896 Katherine S. Amberg E. Louise Amberg Evangeline M. Battersby Stella Irene Beckwith Mary Gertrude Conley Mary Catherine Cromer Evelyn Lucy Davison Bernice Annette Dockstader Laura Dullin Sadie S. Ewing Catherine Faul Elizabeth G. Fisher Jessie Louise Ford Mollie Freudenheim Mary T. Furey Marien E. Hardy Huldah Annette Hathaway Mary Anna Jordan Kathryn A. Kingston Katherine Louise Linneen Celia F. Lucy Lottie L. Lynn Margaret C. Miller Harriet Elizabeth Moss Eva Grace Myers Anna Squires Roberts Lotta Marietta Smith Harriet May Snyder Grace Alice Wyman Louis Alex Bacon Arthur William Banfield Charles Houghton Baxter William Barr Brokaw Benjamin Wilson Colvin Leon De'Vere Conkling George S. Crandall Charles H. Dennis David Paul Faul Walter Stebbins Ford Ralph Whittlesey Gibbs Zenus Chittenden Gillespie Robert Alfred Hall NVilliam Thomas Henry, Jr. Sherman Hawley Hill Herbert C, Kohn Philip Edward Lonergan Edmund Burke Maloney Lynn Sylvester Manley Alex Samuel Marcuson Henry Baird Minier Michael Henry Murphy Carleton Gage Owen Charles Tracey Stagg Clarence Wilber Stewart Guy Vaughn Thayer Harry Bower Tice William Arthur Turnbull Charles Morris Voigt Francis Luther Whitney "'6f2e Archive"- 1923 Class of 1897 Nellie Isadore Bergmuller Anna Preston Bowen Clara Elizabeth Clancy Mary Loretto Collins May Teresa Connelly Frances B. Davis Alice Lenore Davidson Alleyne M. Donnelly Sophia Alma Elliott Mary Florence Fennell Anna Loretta Fitten Sarah Elizabeth FitzGerald Mary Ann Harrison Elizabeth Harvard Jones Rosa Lucretia Lappe Louise Marie E. Miller May Roper Mary Elizabeth Turner Helen M. Weaver Harriet Isabelle Wixon Augustus Henderson Alba John Thomas Cannan James Harry Costello Dennis Henry Donahue Harry Espey Robert Follansbee John Thomas Furey Burt James Gosper Charles Haase XVillian1 Royce Haight George R. Hemcnway Fay Robinson Junt Albert Ward McHenry Charles Everett Murray Benjamin Reicheltt Nafe Frederick Henry Thro Ralph Avery VVales William James Walsh Dwight Sniffen VViseman Ferdinand Vanderveer Wyckolf Class of 1898 Jennie Abramson Martha Bimberg Harriet B. Cleveland Clara L. Connelly Anna V. Ford Edith G. Fulkerson Fannie L. Gosper Esther M. Howland Elizabeth R. Johnson Harriet M, Levy Christine E. Lorch Stella M. Neagle Jennie Newcomb Catherine R. Pedrick Isabelle Augusta Ross Alison C, Simpson Susan A. Simpson Bessie E. Soper Minnie Suess Clara S. Wood Frank J. Brown Julius R. Hall Ernest S. Hopkins Frank A. Hyde Carroll C. Keeton Isaac H. Levy Grover Little John C. McInerney Charles S. Murray Charles Shulenburg T. Dwight Spring A. Charles W. Strauss Class of 1899 Edith Augusta Battersby Loa T, Beman Grace Call Edna Campbell Mame Bartholomew Carr Altai E. Cunningham Alice Maynard Doane Ella R, Donnelly Mary L. Flanagan Florence L. Foster Fanny Lee Gartland Olga Hauenstein Anna C. Hough Mary C. Kelly Lucie E. Lilley Mary C. Lynott R. Marcuson Clara Louise G. W. Metzger Mary Ann Newsome L. Nolan Ellen Grace L. Olmstead Josephine Orvis Owen Mazic Nellie Riffe May Roberts Edith Erma D. Robinson F. Sullivan Agnes Helena A. Sullivan Bessie A. Tremaine Grace M. Waters Helen A. Wixon James W. Banks Walter A. Benjamin Howard P. Blades Herbert B. Brewer Harry J. Brooker Robert B. Bush William H. Call John lll. Carmody Courtland F. Carrier, Jr. William M. Cooper Charles S. Garey Herbert S. Gregory George L. Hough Daniel J. Hurley Arthur W, McClellan Charles Arba Millspaugh Vtfilliain F. llloxley Ransom Pratt Martin N. Radin Henry B. Reynolds Joseph E. Rodbourn James M. Sullivan Charles S. VanHouten Vllilliam C. Yenger Class of 1900 Fannie Clyde Abernethy Mabel Ackley Frances Elizabeth Baldwin Isabel Bird Banks Mary Josephine Barber Alice May Barbour Alice May Britton Cecile Brown Edith Kate Clinton Agnes Martha Connelly Lillian Crane Georgenia S. Edwards Lois Elrenia Emerson Anna Dena Featherman Ernestine Hayt French Grace Freudenheim Edith Lucy Gilbert Grace Winifred Gilbert Grace Lareau Kniflin Caroline Metzger Kolb Susan Loretto Linneen Joanna Ellen Lonergan Anna Teresa MacElligott Bertha Moss Georgianna Converse Palmer Ellen Margaret Pittman Fanny Roberts Gertrude Loretto Shannon Kate Elizabeth Shelford Susan May Smith Ermina Louise Stoll Minnie Mark Strauss Freda Chessie Sulianer Jessie Marie Watkins Ella Kathryn Wightman Edward William Briggs Hadley Thomas Cannon Herman Isaac Desky Harry Elias Edmonds Robert James Lawler Robert Wilson Morey Lee Harrison Morse Arthur Hamilton Phillips James Rees Pugh John Clement Robertshaw Cecil Jarvis Swan Raymond Alexander Turnbull Archie Ray Utley NVilliam Henry Van Duzer Claude G. Vosburgh Matthias Hollenbeck Welles Class of 1901 Helen Bartholomew Frances Mabel Battersby Mary Luella Beck Helen Bentley Florence Isabella Blades Jane Louise Carr Anna May Cleveland Clara Louise Comfort Cora Belle Cooper Maud Cooper Edith May Cushing Esther Denton Laurene Fell Margaret Terese Fitzgerald Elva Bessie Gray Nellie G. Halleran Mary Elizabeth Lane Elizabeth Kathryn Lorch Margaret G. McElligott Winifred G. Miller Mabel Florence Morrow Julie Laurette Nilsson Catherine E. Regan Lena Estella Rice Rena Rockwell Grace Rogers M. Agnes Ryan Winifred G. Sanders Jessie Dell Smith Ruth Elizabeth Smith Edna Elizabeth Spring John Clark Dean Henry E. Drake Ellett David Joseph Ervin Olney W, Evertts Matthias F. Fennell Joseph Myer Friendly Harry Gardner Theodore Garlick Thomas Chubbuck Gerity Sol Gold Michael Francis Hanifen Herman Carl Kluge Michael Henry Kuryla Abraham Laude Ross Gilmore Marvin Francis Emmet Neagle Louis Albert Packard WVilliam Tompkins Rathbun Royal R. Reynolds Francis W. Ross Granville Avery VVaters Michael William Wiptler Thomas J. Wrigley Class of 1902 Anna R. Albertson Helen J. Allen Lena G. Baldwin Winifred Beckwith Stella Carolyn Calkins W. Belle Cassada M. Agnes Doherty Bertha N. Fox Mabel Fox Catherine L. Furey Nellie K. Gerber Cecelia F. Goldstein I:Page 124 Z5'fJe Archive" 1923 Mary E. Goodrich Mabel E. Grantier Cecelia L. Green M. Amelia Hager May F, Hanrahan Fanny B. Hubbell Helen L. Hubbell Louise McInerney Susan L. Miller Bessie L. Morgan Frances M. Moroney Hildagarde M. Prechtl Bessie Sutherland Rice Leona E. Robinson Dora M. Sanders Anna D. Shea Edna G. Simpson Elsie A. Thurston Charles F. Bissell J. Harry Campbell Harmon O. Cole, Jr. William A. Danaher Robert E. Doane George L. Gray Silas M. Haight Chauncey B. Hammond James T. Moore William Nicholson John Griffith Olmstead Walter Sylvester Peck Edwin J. Pittman Milton M. Sittenfield William Stuart Stowell Frank Suess Class of 1903 Ethel Sophia Aiken Cora Anna Atwater Elfrieda Florence Block Florence Emma Bricker Agnes Beatrice Cahaley Nettie Parker Coe Katherine Marie Crowley Vivian E. Daggett Mertie M. Dense Grace Emeline Eyres Eleanor Florence Gallavan Ruth Swartwood Gates Katherine Loretto Haley Norma Maude Ham Mary E. Henry Etta Parkhurst Hillman Bessie Hooker Franc Goodspeed Hughes Mary Elizabeth Keane Elsie Joanna Landon Bertha Celia Levy Jennie Ruth Lewis Emily Louise Magee Edna Gertrude Mulford Bessie Anna Munroe Clara Anastasie Neagle Anna Louise Paxson Mabel Marguerite Pierce Mary Helen Roberts Meda Barber Seaman Elizabeth Mabel Tashjian Marian E. Tobey Katherine Adelia Trull Olive Myrtle Up de Graff Harriette Oakley Wade Florence Whittier Julian Anhalt Herbert Bartholomew Oscar Harold Bundy William Joseph Clark George Creighton Dixon Devillo Fraud Dunster John Jeremiah Ervin Charles Tomlinson Griffes Franklin Clayton Hobler Thomas Holleran Curtis Henry Kaufelt Walter Joseph Kinney Raymond E. Lake Isaac Lande Page 1251 Augustus Garfield Levy Jacob Daniel Lewis Frank Raymond McLean John Alfred Mathews Marsh Weston Miller Vincent A. Murphy Bertram Leland Newman Walter John Outt James Joseph Powers Henry James Prechtl Ralph Henry Sartor Charles Elliott Schnell James Edward Shea Joseph Stone Harry Irving Tong J. Roscoe Walker Fred Howell Wise Class of 1904 Mabel S. Allen Lena Austin Florence Baldwin AYC1' Lillian Beck Clara Judson Beckwith Mary Rose Bernstein Blanche Gertrude Block Grace J. Borthwick Maude L. Bowman Elsie Brown Frances E, Brownlow Ruth L. Davison Ina Dounce Katherine M. Eldred Mabel Frances Ellis Ada Charlena Elston Carolyn May Emerson Cornelia A. Flack Frances Mabel Flood Helena A. Gallavan Alice L. Hammond Margaret Hanifen M. Jane Harrower Ruby A. Hopkins Emma J. Kelly Sara L. Lavine Helena M. Lucy Mary E. McCanna Louise McMahon Lorena L. MacNeil Gladys Daisy Miller Iva L. Morse Helen J. Munroe Nellie M. O'Donnell Sally Louise Palmer Frances M. Porter Sarah Pratt Clara T, Ross Lillian Rothschild Dora I. Sage Mary Louise Shepard Antoinette Spring Grace A. Stowell Eleanor Sullivan Cora L. Thompson Anna May Westlake Frances E. Wheeler M. Helen Whittier Florence L. Wiegand Ellen J. Wilcox Deana H. Winfield Edna J. Wise Mary L. Woodruff Mildred Woodruff Gladys M. Woodside John L. Bacon, Jr. Charles Schenck Baker Norton Meade Beardslee John Benedict James Christie Breese Robert J. Cain Charles W. Calkins Leonard R. Clinton John J, Crotty Charles M. Dean Francis E. Fitch Alonzo Flack Paul R. Gordon Sidney Dias Gridley VVilliam Grandison Gridley J. J. Lewis Henry Lindsay Duncan Holmes Gerald Lee Holzheimer Philip Bailey Ingraham Elias Lavine Arthur V. Lawler Ralph E. Leonard Frank Emil Meyer Francis L. Reidy Herbert D. Schutt William C. Simpson Wickham B. Smith Tracy B. Sturdevant Herbert Thompson Robert T. Turner, Jr. R. Burke Vermilya Class of 1905 Mary Louise Aiken Amelia W. Allgeier Norma Ackerman Bertha Irene Barbour Stella Barbour Lucia A, Bradley Elizabeth M. Burgess Elizabeth Murdoch Chamberlin Dolores Conroy Helena Mary Cooper M. Meredith Cox Edna Cronin Catherine Curry Alice Louise Denton Laura E. Eighmey Bertha May Ennis Nellie E. Fuller Beulah M. Gardner Mary Theresa Geisser Wilhelmina C. Gerard Mabel Louise Gillette Florence Janet Gray A. Marguerite Griiies Ethel L. Harding Mabel Irene Haupt Fanny Holley Edith Clarissa Howell Edna Bridgeman Howes Lucia Mabel Kingsbury Lena F. Kinney Julia Etta Krowl Susanna Krowl Dora S. Lavine Maude E. Lewis Florence Lynch Millicent F. Lyon Frances McMahon Mary McNerney Rose Marks Theodora Clark Minier Elsie Nagle Edith Clara Palmer Mary C. Phillips Edna Sara Read Florence Reul Marguerite E. Richardson Florence Jeannie Riedninger Mary C. Ryan Sara G. Sadler Stella Alberta Samuel Mary Leonora Satterlee Wetah Alice Smith Maude A, Snyder Laura N. Uhl Emily Warner Mabel E. Warner Bertha F. L. Waxman Carolyn VVixon William Aaron Abbott Floyd Elmer Allen James Garfield Baldwin Don Eugene Banks Mark Beal Banks Francis Eugene Barber Bartow Bascome "'5f1e Archive" -1923 Edmund A. Beers Archibald Benjamin NVilbur Drake Blades Lester Revillo Carrier Adelbert G. Clark George W. Edmunds Peter N. Eliott Henry Flood, Jr. Elias Freudenheim Gustav J. Gonser Richard Oliver Gregory William S, Hartigan Charles F. Hunt Colus C. Hunter Floyd Harding Jones William Francis Kraft John E. Lariew Abraham Lavine Donald Jay Lowman William Francis Mack Ellery D. Manley VVilliam A. Mason Howard Mathews Theodore Biggs Metzger Mathias Murray Floyd B, Newman Daniel E. Pugh, Jr. John Joseph Ryan Lewis J. Sage Pierson Hart Salmon Fred E. Scharf George L. Spring Frank Waters J. Oliver West Class of 1906 Bertha Grace Atwater Lucy Bacon Elizabeth L. Beardsley Edna Louise Beck Hester Bogardus Nina Maude Brownell Florence Mabel Calkins Mary Florence Callahan Marian Clark Mary Dorothy Condon Rosa Spaulding Cotton Lena Rebecca Cross Lula Marguerite Espey Mary Elizabeth Fairbanks Mary Ferguson Minerva Flood Emily Frost Dena May Fuller Bertha Gooding Daisy Park Harrington Margaret Elizabeth Hart Stella Marie Hogan Maude Louise Howe Harriet Amelia Hubbell Florence Agnes Hummell Minnie Francelia Jenkins Elizabeth Rose Kelly Florence Catherine Kraft Augusta N. Loop Lena Elizabeth McCaffrey Claire Adolphone McCanna Grace Male Fannie Fern Miller Mary Elizabeth Moran Sadie Newman Maude Merle Pollak Bertha Belle Rice Helen Grace Rodbourn Anna Laura B. Roper Isabel J. Rosenbloom Mabel Marie Ryan Nellian Rose Scheirer Olive Marie Sheely Lillian Mae Snyder Anna May Thompson Ethel S. Tinklepaugh Elizabeth Hazel Walker Emma Aileen Wilson Fanny Wladis Myrtle Turner Woodruff Dean Hamilton Andrew Crissy Kneeland Ball Lawrence William Bentley Fred Malden Blostein John Hammond Bovier George VVeston Brooks James Gordon Buckley Harry .Raymond Burgess Edwin Frank Burr Neil Dow Cranmer George Henry Craze Edgar Denton, Jr. Frank Edmond Drake Fred Erastus Durfey Leo Louis Elliott James Strode Elston Benjamin Charles Fenner Jerome Joseph Frence Carl John Goetz Joseph Henry Gritl John Peter Hanrahan Ray Harding Jesse Lee Kinner Thomas Joseph Mclnerney William Arthur McKinney Joseph McMahon Harold Steeples Mathews John Henry Moran Francis Joseph O'Neill Charles Ernest Petzold Charles Lawton Phillips Harry Phillips Loring Pratt Raymond Seem John Emmett Elton J. Wade William Clute Warner Eric Edmund Wisehart W. Stewart Woodside Frank Walton Wright William Parmenter Yates Class of 1907 Clara Barkus Marie Beach M. Agnes Birmingham Gertrude Agnes Buckley Marbury Esther Clark Pauline M. Cox Clara Louise Friedericka D Olivia Dundas Mabel M, Espey Marie Elizabeth Fey Renee E. Geddes Katherina Abby Gonser Ellen J. Gosper Norma Roberts Graves Lorena Louise Haase Evalena Marie Hackett Myrtle E. Hildreth Ethel Housman Theodora Ellen Kelly Jarana A. LaBurt Tthel LaCreque Martha Agnes Leese Helen Maxcy Marie Elizabeth Oliver Genevieve Veronica Prechtl Alice Marie Rahn Estella Rosenbloom Grace Sampson Sophia W. E. Scharf Margaret Gertrude Sexton Marie B. Shannon Mary Mabel Shaw Inda B. Shepard Nellie May Storch Jennie Emaline Swarthout Alice Kathryn Theurer Harriet Celesta Thorne Winifred Florence Tobey Edith M. Tupper Blanche Marguerite VValker Florence Mae Wheat M. Ethel Wilson Marporie Woodside rath Grace D. Wrigley Nathaniel Alpert Ethelbert Bacon Harry Louis Baker Theodore Booth Martin Starr Bowne Barnett M. Brownell William Sebring Campbell Frank James Carmody Francis Clancy YVilliam Wallis Coykendall Henry R. Dumars Eugene Melville Durfey Ellery Riddle Fitch George Willard Fox Alfred Pierson Hatch Daniel Joseph Hawkins Donn Justus Heaxt ' George VVinlield Hill Edgar Blakley Ingraham Ernest VValter Knapp William Alexander Leask Albert Levy Joseph Thomas McGill Harry Markson Robert H. Morris Harry Moseson Elbert F. Mosher Leo Michael Neagle Milton Herbert Petzold Benjamin Rathbun Ward Lester Rickard Abram Rosenzerg Ralph Ronald Ryan Ralph Frank Shriver Nelson Wilbert Strohm Gage Washburn Tidd John Waugh Tong Robert Beach Warren Leo Waxman Leslie Douglass Wise Carl George Zimmerman Class of 1908 Dorothy Martha Baldwin Ethel Baldwin Katharine Bloomer Edna M, Bowen Alice M. Connelly Florence J. Cornish Rose A. Cosgrove Marie K. Eiffert Elizabeth Alice Garvey Anna Marie Goetz Lucy Mary Hall Rosamond E. Hall Jennie Fassett Henry Mildred E. Hickey Rena H. Hilton Jessie E. Howell Mary R. Howell Margaret Jennings Florence E. King Elsie H. Kleitz May E. Kleitz Mildred E. Lewis Florence E. Loughhead Anna L. Lucy Celia Kathryn Lucy Laura Pearl McNaney Mary Dolores Mann Helen Eastman Manning Frances Ella Meddaugh Ruth Myers Maud K, Nichols Winifred Theresa Nicholson Dorothy I. Pickering Florence Fredericka Pollack Ruth D. Putnam Mattie H. Rising Gertrude Rose Roessle Myrtle C. Rose Mildred L. Roseman Florence M. Sage Mary Grace Seafuse Eudora S. Sornberger IfPage 126 tl 19 'Give Archive -1923 Mary Helen Wade Helen E. Wheat Grace Elizabeth Williams Ruth Williams Samuel Seymour Ball Max Barnhart Edward B. Billings, Jr. Edgar Thomas Bowen Earl A. Brown Myrle A. Bush Joseph S. Carter Frederick Clark Leslie Douglass Clute Martin Conroy Walter J. Corwin Mark Dahon John Delaney Harry F. Davenport Charles Epstein Cameron Bunn Fink Louis D. Freudenheim Francis Gahan Samuel Ginsburg Leslie Hammond Arthur F. Hedges W. Kenneth Howe William Koush E. Louis Lowman Robert P. McDowell William McLaughlin William H. Miller W. Irving Myers Alexander Hill Neagle Clarence Arthur Pike Philip Noyes Riedinger James Edwin Riley, Jr. John Bally Roach Lafayette H. Rosenbloom James A. Smith Jerome F. Smith Benjamin M. Snyder, Jr. Gifford S. Thorne Name Philip Weinstein Frank Robin Wiegand Class of 1909 Ida Sara Baker Florence Baldwin Gertrude Marian Banks Katherine Elizabeth Beecher Henrietta Brooks Julia Vaile Brooks Helen Marie Burns Florence Louise Calkins Helen Rowena Coolbaugh Gladys Crandall Gertrude M. Cunningham Mary Lillian Curtis Gertrude Emorette Daggett Florence Louise Dobberstein Marjorie Boardman Drake Hazel Ruth Ellis Sarah Friedman Stella Muriel Gulick Eleanor Veronica Hackett Alma Catherine Hacle Ethel B. Harding Lillian Bulkley Hart Florence Adelaide Hildreth Edith Louise Howell Mary Searles Jenkins Anita Catherine Kluge Marie L. Kraft Florence Theresa Leary Lena Belle Logan Eleanor F, Magee Hazel Beatrice Marvin ' Louise Mathews Julia Ayer Minier Celia Estella Newman Lucy Viola Newman Nelly Mary Noonan Sadie Panimo Lena Alta Parker CLASS OF 1910 Occupation Morton Albert .......... ...................... John Beach Allington . .. ..................... . . . . Alice Agnes Atwater . . . . . Mrs. Frank Manning . . . Clarice Ballou ....... George R. Baltz .... Morris W. Beebe .. Solomon Berger .,.... ....Mrs. Earl Brown ....Prop. Central Gas Station Eulessa S. Bien ......... .... M rs. L. L. Brenneman Naomi Louise Bonnaud . . . . ................... . . . . . Lena Booth ..,.......... .... lX iarried . ..... ,, Florence L. Bower ,...... ................... Mabel Florence Boylen .... Mrs. James May Irene Cecilia Broieh ..... Stenographer .................. Harry Daniel Buckbee . . . . . Robert Coleman Brown Margaret A. Carter .... .... M rs. Clark E, VVoodhouse .,..... Mary A. Clifford ..... Ethel Gladies Coe .. Ira Earl Cole ...... Catherine Connely . . Ethel M. Coventry .... ....Teacher . . I iilhiifa' Qitiifeliisbi' I I . ....ClerkP.R.R. ....... Wayne Weeks Cowan . .. ........................ . , .. Arleen R. Dalglish ..... .... Mrs. James Gillette ............. Robert Neilson Dixon . . . .... Binghamton Sun Reporter . . . . . . . Frederick James Drake Leonora S. Duhl ...... W. P. Frederick Piano Co. .... . . . . .Mrs. Daniel Miller . . . . . . H. Nile Eddy ........... .... ....................... Milton W. Elmendorf Eva Louise Elston Daisy Epstein ..... Martha Jean Estey Page 1271 .. .... Emp. A. L. F. E, Co. .. ffffi21LSf'j.'ii5L12i1i5A'fIffI. ....Gen. Sec'y Y. W. C. A. Violet Katherine Pearch Aimee Marguerite Peters Elsie May Petzold Madeline Pratt Winifred Agnes Prechtl Geraldine Elizabeth Quinlan Ruth Emily Riley Elizabeth Roberts Helen Loretta Roper Inez Cecelia Roseman Hasel Bertha Rutan Gertrude Sliter Ruth Stowell Alta Lucile Tobey Frank Farnum Abbott Franklin W. Aldridge Donald Pettit Beardsley Laverne Vere Benson W. Henry Blauvelt Joseph W. Buck WVilliam Jackson B1'ownlow John Burt Clark John J. Conroy Merton Burke Coons Harry Ginsburg Stephen Rose Griswold Robert N. Hedges Elmer J. Hoifman Harry York Iszard James J. Kilkelly Clarence Richard Krowl Joseph Lavine Warren Dennis Leary James M. Murray Frederick Carl Nilson Frank Dickinson Pulford Fred Foster Roberts Edwin Harrison Rundell Harry Benton Scheirer Archie Baxter Suter Ralph Emerson Underwood Henry Jackson VVilliman Address Manchester, N. H., P. O. Box 2. 445 Chili Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 122 Hoffman St. Sparks, Md. 373 W, Fourth St. Lexington, Ky. QOI E. I72d St., New York City 18151 Clifton Road, Lakewood, O 731 Penna. Ave., Elmira. .306 Lake St. 1 r H. ..... .......................... 311 Baldwin St. 715W W. VVater St. 359 Crescent Ave. 622 VV. 114th St., New York City 108 Catherine St. 715 Kinyon St. ' Chicago, Ill. Box 125, Carroll, Iowa. .Ls3g'sfi1iE1i1i.Q1a 'si' 'riiebiiigh' 'Pg' 7 Fairfax Pl., Uiika, N. Y. ' 6gb.w..THiH1..SE. ........... . Sayre, Pa. 555 Riverside Ave. Ghe Archive"-19223 Name john H. Garlinger ...... Ray Gelder ............... Louise Madelain Goodrich .. Gladys Gridley ............ Lucia Eloise' Hall ......... William Higgs ............ Mabel Antoinette Hildreth .. Wray Bowman Hoffman Frances S. Howard . ..... . Hazel Hunter Howell Rose Beatrix Huber .... Clifford W. Hurley .... Catherine E. Hynes .... Mabel Lydia Ingalls .... Katherine Jenkins .... Gertrude F. Iones ...... Willard W. Jones ....... Letha Marie Kellogg .... Grace Clara Kelly ....... Mary Louise Ketchum .... Marian Alberta Ketchum . . . Hazel Marie Kinney ...... William Lambert Kleitz Rose Lavine ..... . ...... Grace Leonard ......... Maurice Levy .......... Alice Atherton Lewis Frances E. Lovell ...... Rosalie Howe Lucas .... Winifred DeSales Lucy Louis McCanna ........... Mary Virginia McCarthy .. Elizabeth McDowell ....... Eleanor Celestine Mclnerney Mannon G. MacPherson .... Elizabeth Katherine Magee . Ruth Isidor Metzger ....... Anna S. Miller ........... Daniel Francis Mulcahy . .. Mary Alice Murphy ..... Jennie A, Myer ........ Olive Forrest Newell .... A. Guy Nonemacher .. Ruth T, Pickering ..... Robert I. Parmenter .... Katherine Pratt ......... Susan Waldron Ralston Clutha E. Ralyea ....... Kathryn Irene Reardon Ella C, Richardson ...... Alice Ermina Rothwell .... Rae Dorothy Samuels Benjamin David Scott ...... Charles Jacob Shreibman Sadie Shreibman .......... Justin Porter Smith ..... I. Sherwood Smith ...... Mildred R. Smith ......... Beatrice Gertrude Spiegel Bessie Doris Strouse ...... Florence Ellen Tashjian Helen Janet Taylor ..... Helen Thompson ........ Ray LeMonte Tucker, . .. Eva Utley ............ Susie Wadsworth .... Florence Williamson Occupation . . I IsfHdeHt' . . . . . .Mrs. Lester R. Newell . . .. . . . . Mrs, Leslie D. Clute . . . .....Phys1c1an .....Teacher .. ....Mrs. C. Eugene Quick ....Emp, J, I. Flanagan ....Civil Engineer .... ....Teacher Iffffeaeiief'1i1bi'fi'ffif.. ....Mrs. Rae B. Steele ffff1x91LSf'cbiLiiH'f1ff" ,,,,Mrs. Ray Gelder ,,,,Teacher .....Sten0grapher .. ,,,,Bookkeeper fffllxilisf 'Fiiheis 'stiififi' f I I f f f f. 1 I f ilfiecdfkleliisieh' calf f , , ,,Mrs, Harry Chamberlain . . .. Qfifilieielief'ffiffffiiffffffm Physician ........... ,,,,,Mrs. Robert Murray .....Sec. Spalding School ,,,,Mrs. R. B. Ellis ,N. Y. S. Agricultural College ,,,,,Teacher ,,,,,Farm Superintendent ,,,,Teacher ....City Milk Inspector . ....Sten0grapher ,,,,Mrs. Chas. Reitel ....Private Secretary ....Mrs. Amos Pinchot I I I fixilgf 'iisiijeii '1513i1EQ,'S?5t3Ag' f ....Teacher ....Mrs. Chas. McAllister ....Teacher ....B0okkeeper . . . .Mrs. James Hyatt .. .. ....Mrs. M. Boiarsky . .... Head Bookkeeper .... .. Shriebman 8: Son . Clerk ............... ....Harper's Bazaar ....Mrs. Jay Seamon .....Mrs. Purling ....Teacher ....Mrs, Paul Beshirian ....Mrs. Alban B. Conde'..... ....Instr. Vocational School ....Mrs. Wm, I. Brownlow .. . .Mrs. Claude Vosburg . .. A ddress 44 Buchanan Pl., New York City. Michigan University. 27 Phoenix Ave. 309 Euclid Ave., Elmira. Q12 Iowa Ave., Chickasha, Okla. Cuba, N. Y. 1075 College Ave. Providence Road, Media, Pa. 731 W, Church St. 119 W. Henry St. 221 Norey Pl., Drooklawn, N. J. 406 Union Pl. 1322 12th N. W., Washington, D.C. 619 W, Church St. QII W. Water St. 316 W. Fifth St. 724 Spalding St. Nitro, W. Va. 184 Snyder St., Orange, N. J. 115 Homer St. 219 Franklin St. 310 W. First St. 51 Grove St. 411 Balsam St. Williamsport, Pa. Corning, N. Y. 166 Madison Ave. Kensington, Md. New York City. 20 Prospect Ter., Montclair, N. J. Cayuga St., Groton, N. Y. Morrisville, N. Y. ZOIM Sly St. 410 College Ave. 577 Riverside Ave. 215 Franklin St. Cottage C, Davis St. R. D. 3, Mechanicsburg, Pa. New York City. New York City. 7 Abbott Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 856 Hoffman St. Hyattsville, Md. 401 Fulton St. 372 Fulton St. 16 Hawk St., Schenectady, N- Y- 1712 McKlung St., Charleston, W. Va. 508 Fitch St. 502 Lake St. 502 Lake St. 1 u 129 N, Maniscique, Detroit, Mich. Box 95, West Nyack, N. Y. 351 Grove St. 219 High St. 506 Roe Ave. 544 Lafayette St., Hawthorne, N. J. 445 S. Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y. Trumansburg, N. Y. 125 Brand St. 12615 Forest Hill, Cleveland, O. Denver, Colo. 163 Hemenway St., Boston, Mass. lPage 128 Gfae Archive"-1923 Name Marjory C, Warren john Francis Watts . .. Lucie Elma VVentz .... Roswell Philip Young N ame Clarence D. Albertson .... Florence Esther Aldrich Ernestine Madge Allington Mamie Baker ............. Zelma L.' Bassett .... . Elizabeth Beach .... Doris E. Benson ........ Helen A. Bien ............ Ruth Beatrice Bloom ...... Catherine Morris Boardman Floyd P. Breese .......... Helen Marguerite Bryan .. Bernice Esther Chamberlain Bessie Gordon Crowell .... William I. Curry ..... Agnes B. Curtis .... Gertrude Cushing Fanny Dans ............ Leo ,Tohn Davenport ....... Dorothy Scofield Day ..... Alexander S, Diven, 3rd .. Florence T. Drake ........ N. Louise Dudley ....... Mabel A. Edwards .... Ruth G. Everetts ....... Constance Flood .......... Mendel E. Freudenheim Ruth K. Galligher ....... Arthur Edwin Garvey . .. Thomas S. Gilett ..... Sadie L. Ginsburg .... Helene I. Goodrich Albert W. Hamberger Eugene E. Harris ....... Harry Allen Hildreth Lena C. Hobler ........... Albert Hoefer ............ Emma Elizabeth Holleran . Raymond Miller Howe Gertrude Marie Hummel .. Flossie K. Hutchinson .... Kathryn L. Jenkins ..... H. Elsie Jones ....... Georgia H, Kennedy ...... Charles Theodore Kohn Charles Krowl ............ Herman Lande ........... Grace Elizabeth Langdon .. Mabel H. Larson .......... Clara O'Hanlon Leverich .. Antoinette Locke ......... Florence A. Losie ......... W'ilbur Randolph Lupton .. Mortimer L. Mclnerney Marguerite Bristol Tiffany Edmund D. Miller ........ M. Juanita Mills .......... Rhea Beatrice Mills Page 1291 Ocrupatimz Mrs. F. Storch ..... CLASS OF 1911 Occupation Mrs. W. I. Tylee Mrs. I. H. Slohm Bloomsburg Normal .... Mrs. Clarence Beam .. . Physician ........... Mrs. Mark Maxon .... Stenographer . . . - . . . IfII'Mi3 ".1Iiiv1kS Mrs. ....Mr5 ....Mr5 .-..Mrs Chas. B. O'Conner . VV. B. Howe .... L. B. Pitcher Chas. B, Holton Claude Cole ....... Chas. Saylor ....... Prop. Elmira Laboratories ....... r5.451i55'IQIfIII ..... Mrs. Jae Eddy ........ Commercial Traveler .... Emp. A. B. Co..... Teacher ......... Mrs, Sliney . .. Nurse . , ..... Teacher No. 7 Teacher ..... Bookkeeper ......... Mrs. Edmund Beers . .. Mrs. E. VV. Trexler .... Address Connecticut. 372 W. Third St. West Hill, R. D. No. 3. Elmira. 7 Abbott Rd., VVellesley Hills, Mass. Address Deceased. 1064 College Ave. Penn Yan, N. Y. 420 W. Church St. ij ........... Bloomsburg, Pa. 309 S. Main St. 353' walnut' siff L551Q1S5Ef, ' .....I73 W. Gray St. Cortland, N. Y. 515 W. Third St. 707 N. Main. Cor. Pine and W'illiam Sts., clo Harris, Forbes Co., New York. cifiyibif sri, offirieef Nf 'ff ' ' ' 163' siidiizlffi ' iirieiiesibif 'NI gas' iiiyleisida 'olive' 'vf 'city'-i ' 650 VValnut St. 115 Union St.. Union, N. Y. IQ Congress St., Trumansburg, N. Y. 565' iv15i1i'si.' 'iiiiibii' ' ' ' ' H 500 Lake St. 735 S. Crouse Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 9 Park Ave., Binghamton, N. Y. California. 7602 Jay St. Deceased. 218 Sullivan St. Troy. N. Y. 1075 College Ave. 315 'South Ave. I3 Lake Ave., Troy, N. Y. GOZM W. Clinton St. 1042 Walnut St. 461 E. Market St. Lflwbi' ixi21i1iA'A'ye'f ' 5642 wfiiiilii' sd ' ' ' Tulsa, Okla. 314 Washington. IQ E. 4th St., New York City. 445 W. Washington Ave., Madi- son, Wis. II8Q Maple Ave. Deceased. 514 Luzerne St., Johnstown, Pa. Deceased. 355 VV. Gray St. schools18-20 Gouverneur St.. Newark, N J. Art Director in W. Orange Farmer ........................ .1222 Penna. Ave. ....Pan-Tree Tea Room ....Mrs. Edward Monroe Binghamton, N. Y. 523 VV. Clinton St. Give Archive"- 1923 Name Clara Josephine Neagle Estella Minnie Nichols .... Mary Geraldine Peele Anna Louise Phillips .... David Henry Pierce ...... Martin Purtell ............ Margaret Marie Quinlan .. Margaret Forman Ransom . Mary Alice Reilly ........ Vernon M. Richardson .... Sheldon F. Roe ......... Walter Laidlaw Roosa .... Florence Ruth Roseniield .. Paul F. Sanborne ......... Idaline Alberta Sayre Mary Edith Sayre .... Leon W. Scheirer ....... Pauline G. Seager ........ Helen Josephine Sheehan . Mildred H. Sheely ........ Margaret VVinifred Slatterly Hazel Frances Smith ..... Ellis Barnet Soble ........ Rae B. Steele ........ VV, Reed Stevens ....... Sarah Louise Storms ...... John Jacob Suter, Jr. ..... . David Dean Thomas ...... William Hubert Mandeville Otto Carl Vieweg ........ Henry J. Wadsworth ...... John Herman Walzer ..... Frank William Weeks, Jr. Hazel Maude Welsh ...... Ellen C. Wigsten .. Name Robert Duane Abbott Roland Charles Amberg Louise Woodford Agard .. Ruth Dean Bacorn ........ Ruth Winifred Baldwin Garana Bedrosian ......... Laura Martha Beaghen .... Mary Helen Benedict ..... Harold Raymond Bennett . . Robert Turner Bickford . . . Don Carroll Bliss, Jr. .... . Normand Harold Boardman Oliver Henry Briggs ...... Gladys N. Bromley ....... Leslie Brown ........... Ruth Campbell Buck ...... Ruth Margaret Calkins .... Ralph Milton Ciscoe ...... Frederick Triplett Clark Fred P. Collins .......... Esther Marie Considine Esther Cummings Cornell .. Mary Elizabeth Denton .. Henry Weldner Doane .... Frederick C. Duhl ....... Mildred Ellis ..... Helen Elston ........ Louise M. Fridie .... Charles Friedman Orrupation ....Mrs. William Polly ' ' si1'ebi1H1i,' 5555 'ai' Co ....Librarian ....Teacher ifififififs'.'c'.'C1'D21Qfi5'.'.'.' ......Mrs. John Biggs ......Mrs. John Zimmerman .. ....Osteopath .. .ffiiiksf f.'T'.'BEiQfgbi' I1 . . . . . . Mrs. Arthur Jenkins . . . . . . . . Mrs. E, E, Thompson ... ......Mrs. Turner ......Mrs. Fred Scharf fffIffiiieiieviieiiaiitai'ff. fffff11A2.121'ixii1Q5QfIQ . . . . . . Statistician .. QCIIIITAAQHAE'III1QIIIfIfffI.. . . . .Mrs. Harry S. Gabriel . . CLASS OF 1912 Occupation ......Marr1ed ....Mrs. George Haesloop .. ....Mrs. Ralph Underwood . . . . .Y. VV. C. A., Kansas City, . . . .Mrs. Lewis Sindlinger ... I f f I I IMA 'Maebifh' 'Pi1'e'Si'I f . . I 1 IIiQ1kQ.' ix121i1k1lfl1'1i1l5 I I . . . . Chiropodist . . .. . . Stenographer . .. School Nurse Kas Mrs. Alan J. Gould ............. Address 800 Magee St. Rochester, N. Y. 425 W, 5th St. 215 W. Third St. 40 Spruce St., Akron, O. 914 Magee St. 150 Columbia Ave., Albuquerque N, Mex. 122 Chemung Pl. 518 Lake St. California. 218 S, Walnut St. 117 Horner St. IOQ Hoffman St. 3517 Quebec St., NVashington, D.C 759 E. Church St. 715 W, Church St. 109 W. Gray St. 515 W. Gray St. Washington, D. C. 113 VV. Chemung Pl. 313 VV. Hudson St. 203 Hoiiman St. New York City. 911 W. Water St. I2 Jennings St., Corning, N. Y. Chemung Sanitarium. 312 Frisco Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 515 William St. 709 Water St. 453 Cypress St. 414 Union Pl. P, O. Box 253, Portland, Me. 229 College Ave. 658 Maple Ave. 131 Blair St., Ithaca, N. Y. A ddress 7 Rhodes Ave., Akron, Ohio. Deceased. 607 W. Water St. 328 W. First St. Leroy, N. Y. 661 College Ave. 404 Baty St. 415 VV. Church St. Montclair, N. J. 505 Hart St. Pine City, N. Y. Purdue Univ., Lafayette, Ind. Montour Falls, 709 VV, Water St. 3Q'r14tifgtL,14 iidff ii55H5S'15LQ 'NI 'Yi Buffalo. E. Water St, 1147 W. VVater St. 1003 W. Water St. 1492 E. 17th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 419 W'illiam St fClinton Market, Cor. Main and Clinton Sts. Home: 511 College. Mrs. F, A. Ridge ............... 216 Chemung Pl. Roper Hospital ................ Charleston, S. C. Y. VV. C. A., Jamestown, N. Y. . 609 E. 2nd St. 766 Maple Ave. lfPage 130 Eine Archive"- 1923 Name Daniel Kenny Fuhrman . . . Greta Gibson .......... Gertrude L, Geisser ...... Donald Nelson Gilbert .... Gertrude Goldberg ....... Occupation Mf5.'1.Q5iiA'1ibiiei55E f . A d dress . . . Franklin St, . . .. W. Church and Columbia Sts. Mrs. L. Glenn Poppleton 2082 W. Hudson St. Bond Salesman .......... Teacher .............. I. Agnes Harrison .............. Mrs. Henry Parsons William Emmett Hartnet ....... ...........------------- Mildred Arline Havens ......... Allyn P. Hoffman ........ james Joseph Hogan ....... Muriel Elizabeth Iszard .... .. Frederick A. lessen ...... Mildred Larcom Jones Caroll L. Kahn ......... Elizabeth M. Kain ....... , Mrs. Emory Strachen . . . .,.,,Married .. Edith B. Kennedy ................................... Eleanor Mildred Ketchum ....... MYS. Arthur Pratt George Lain ................... Myra Lain .............. Leah Landon ........... James Dewitt Lazenby . . . Leonard E. Lilley ....... Florence Louise Lowe .... Margaret J. Lynch ............ Arthur Fillingharn McCann Mary Florence Mack ....... . . .Mrs. Harry Mills ...... .Mrs. W. J. Strouse .... fuk! 'vviiifjf 'KALLJ I . . Mary Florence McNevin ... . . .MfS- W. J- CUVYY - --- Leon Markson .......... Ruby Blackman Mason Thomas I. Maxcy ....... Margaret A. Moran .... Minnie I. Moseson ...... Anna May Mulready ..... Ruth Catherine Neagle . . . Floyd Bell Newell ...... Laura M. OlDonnell .... Anna Cecelia O'Neill . . . . Harold J. Personius Isabella Marie Reidy .... Margaret E. Roberts ..... III'Mk3f'1L15ff!'131fL1iA'Q .. IfIIfT5A51A6f'a.' 'Ai 'ill IIIIITAAAHJQ. .. . 218 Dewitt Ave, ....30 Elm St., Great Neck, L. I. ....Killed in VVorld War . . . . 1010 Hall St. . . . . C03 Hoffman St. ....SOI Davis St. ....If-07 Euclid Ave. . . . .354 Hoffman St, ,,.,5o4 Home St. ....504M Walnut St. ....South Creek Road, R. F. D. ....2335 Fremont Pl., Pittsburgh, Pa . . . .508 Hart St. . . . .776 Southport St. ....Cor. Johnson and 6th Sts. . , . , Fort Clayton, Canal Zone. .. . . IIQI Clinton Ave., Irvington, N. J . . . .200 Harmon St. ,,,,452 W. Church St. .. . .507 W. Third St. ....I20 25th St., Jackson Heights, Elm- hurst, L. I. . . . .825 VV. Church St. . . . .512 Jefferson St. . . . . 661 Park Pl. . . . .806 N. Main St. .. . . 150 Washington St. . . . . Deceased. .. . .606 E. W'ater St. .. . .650 Beecher St. . . . .5 I4 Maple Ave. , , .Mrs. F. D. Kendall ............. 500 E. Water St. Orchard St. .,,,,,,Mrs. George W. Kretschman ....3I2 W. l1Vashington Ave. Meriam Katherine Shaffer ,,,.,,, Mrs, Harry Bessant ............ Toronto, Can, Charles David Sheive ........... Chal-Max Auto Co. ............. Rochester, N. Y. Anna Loretta Sennott .... Paul Louis Singer ....... Mildred Harriet Sliter Cecil Moneta Smith ...... Valara J. Smith ................ .Qfivtigf 'LA51'ie'Bi5QA' I I I . . .. Arthur Burton Staples .......... Margaret W. TenBroeck ....... Mrs. Jos. Latham ....... Editha Underhill ............... Vassar College ........ Dorothy VanHorn ....... Ethel A. Wales ....... .Mrs. Henrick Antell .. . .....Mrs. VV. D. Crouch Anna Frances VVarren .......... Mrs. Alvin E. Lake .... Winona Bessie Wood .......... Teacher ............. Simon Nathan Yutkovsky .... N amz CLASS OF 1913 Occupation Charles Raymond Allington....Horton Machine Co. Florence K. Bach ............ Grace Robinson Baldwin Esther Ann Barker .......... Mildred Lillian Beckwith Frank Adriance Benedict Margaret G. Boodger ........ Mrs. Frank Pulford .... .Clerk ................. . Stenographer ........ fslikiyihg' 'fiiiigilig ' 1 . Abraham L. Bernstein .... . . . Dentist ....... . . . Page 1311 Mrs. Severance ........ .. . . Pasadena, Calif. . . . . Genesee St., Montour Falls, N. Y Married .................. Mrs. Wallace Coykendall ........ 411 W. Clinton St. . . . .1553 Pratt St. . . . .800 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. ....3IO M St., N. VV., Washington D, C. ....M3HSf16ld, Pa. . . . .370 Diven Ave. Address ....3II Gray St. ... .315 Chemung St., Waverly, N. Y . . . . 128 E. Hudson St. . . . ..967 Grove St. ....5-62 Post St. ....411 Euclid Ave. . . . . New York City. Z5"he Archive"-1923 Name Gertrude Esther Bower Frank Berry Bowman .. . Margaret P. Buckley ..... Elizabeth Gorman Burke .. Helen Madelin Cadigan George Harold Catlin .. Maude Mary Chapin .. Genevieve Clark ....... Hazel Marie Clearwater Ruth Matilda Cole .... Eileen M. Collins ....... Gerald Griffin Cosgrove Raymond Joseph Curtin .. . Frederica M. Dalrymple .. Bernice Irene Decker .... Occupation .Mrs. Harry Lovell . feacher ........................ . Sten., Elmira Tobacco Co ...... .Clerk, H. Strauss ........... .. . Married ............... .... . Teacher, E. F. A.. . . . .Teacher E. F. A. .Sten., P. R. R ...... I cif2f1Q,I I4.liQ.'isI 'cbf I' .Mrs. R. B. Hammond ....... . Frank Walker DeWaters ..... . Doris Durfey ............. George Francis Ervin Evabel Ferris ........ Harriet Mary Flynn .. Mary C. Flynn ...... Marie A. Foster ........ Bertha Mary Foy ........ Madeline Agatha Gaynor .. Winifred Davis Gilbert .... Roswell Park Green ........ Clara Elizabeth Griswold .. Edith F. Hamilton ....... Dr. Samuel Tracy Hamilton... Helen C. Hartnett .. . , . . . . . Margaret A. Hawkins ..... Ernest H. Hill ......... Ruth Elizabeth Hopkins .... Harvey Francis Houck Harry G. Howe ........ Marie Florence Hughes Charles DeWitt Hurd Russell Drake Jacoby Helen C. James ........ Marie F. Jenkins .......... Harold Osborne Johnson .. Leda G. Johnson .......... H. Lynn Kertscher ....... Vera Mae Kilmer ......... Elizabeth Custard Kistler .. Lucy DuBois Leverich .... S. Elizabeth Lowman ...... Mary Catherine McConnell James William McGill ..... Ernest Wyckoff Mandeville. Eva Evangelica Miller ..... Mary Everetts Mills ...... Harold W. Newton ..... Mary Adelaide O'Dell . . . Helen O'Connell ....... Nellie Maree Painter .. James N. Peck ........ VValter Lewis Peters ..... Marie Adele Phelps ....... Charles Frederick Probes . Dorothy June Quinlan .. Mary Clara Reardon .. John J. Richardson .... Carl D. Rickard .......... Bessie Esther Roseman Sophia R. Rosenbloom .... . is'1213f.I Iwiiiikg' 'ciiiiitlf' 'c5I I I I I .Accountant, E. R. R. Freight... .Sec., Home Bureau ............ I iii! 'f15'viAQd'2i.' 'cflhi1515.!.i1IIIII .Mrs, John Fraser .............. I'li!5c'1i.5E,'ixif1i133yI jI I I I I ' I I .. .Mrs, Harry G. Howe .... . Mrs. Leon Hamilton .... . . . . . Mrs. Harold Young .... .... I IMIQSI ' viii! I. . Employ, Howell Co. . . . . . . . .W. I. Booth Office .... Iiiiiuiiiike' . .Mrs. Leonard E. Lilley ....... . Elmira Arms Co. .......... . . . . . Mrs. Stuart D. Smith . . . .. .. .Employ, Kertscher Co. Teacher ............... Teacher .... . iafaiiiibiibii '61Ef'1Q,I vf 'CAI I I I I I IXIrs.. 'vv1'1i,L.L"s9iqif3i3L15' I I I I I I I I I . Mrs. Harold Boardman . .. . Employ, Elmira Telegram' ..... I'1i5Q-,ifEeIeI1SQfQ,I Iaihiaiii I S2 'CBI I I I I Y. S. Dept. of Education, Div. of Publications .......... .T. V. Bldg., Govt. Hotels ...... . Mrs. ames McGill JI ............ . Clerk, Post Office ...... .... . Mrs. Doffery Cohen ... .... .Mrs. M. F. Speigel .. A ddress Up 361 862 per W. Water St., Elmira. W. Thurston St. Hoffman St. 514 Penna. Ave. 459 W. Hudson St. 100 Fox St. 934 Penn. Ave. 220 William St. 610 Beecher St. 2764 Creston Ave, N. Y. City. 615 N. Main St. 1886 Broadway, Elmira. 719 Livingston St. 719 VV. Church St. 412 Pleasant St. 419 Walnut St. 511 Mt. Zoar, Elmira. 157 Maple St., Hornell, N. Y. 315 W. Clinton St., Elmira. Rochester, N. Y. 258 Lyon St. 4192 W. Gray St. 403 VV. Clinton St. 921 Lake St. Walnut St., Elmira. 100 Madison Ave. 957 Walnut St. 1013 Grand Central Ave. 1807 California St., N. W., Wash- ington, D. C. 116 VV. Buffalo St., Warsaw. 828 9th Ave., Huntington, W. Va. Walnut St., Elmira. 663 College Ave. ................ .Ft. Clayton, Canal Zone, Panama Lower Maple Ave, Elmira. 324 Irvine Pl. 351 W. Church St. 1109 Lake St. 453 Maple Ave. 1189 Maple Ave. Lowman, N. Y. Washington Ave. 401 Fulton St. 509 W. Church St. Lowman, N. Y. 504 Hart St. 604 VV. Washington Ave. 619 Lewis St. 218 Mayro Bldg., Utica, N. Y. 553 Coburn St., Elmira. Albany, N. Y. Washington, D .C. 401 Fulton St. 372 Fulton St. 359 HotTman St., Elmira. 260 Ft. Washington Ave., New York City. 310 Maple Ave. lPage 132 Z5'fJe Archive"-1923 Name J. Lee Rothwell John J. Sheehan LeGrande Smith ..... Laura Amanda Smith . . . Olga H. Smith ...... Erma O. Stephens Francis Burt Stiles ........ Esther Louise Sutton ..... Theodore Horton Townsend Katheryn Louise VanDoren Carrie B. Vought ......... Fred Lafayette VVarren R. Harold VVetse1 ....... John Wigsten .......... Florence Lillian Wiser .. Clifford John Young Name John C. Abbott ........ Clara H. M. Adams Kathryn L. Allington .. Irwin Alpert ,......,.. Bertha S. Artley ..... Frederick S. Beach Gwynn S. Bement Edith M. Bien ......... James Harold Bishop .. Marian Grace Burnham Carl C. Chamberlain .... Harold P. Connelly .... Margaret E. Cronan . Rhea Cummings Mary J. Curry ...... Marian E. Daghistan Howard R. Dailey Bryan S. Davis .... Gertrude O. Duhl .. Ethel G. Ersley VValter C. Ervin Florence K. Fean Mildred A. Fox .... Helen C. Fraser Margaret Gribbel .. Caroll C. Grinnell Elsa H. Guyer Grace Anna Hamilton Helen M. Havens ....... Marian O. Hawthorne .. Arthur L. Hoffman .... H. Brooks Hoffman T. Leo Horrigan .... Josephine E. Huegel Florence G. Hughes Helen E. Hughes .... XValter C. Hurley .. Edward F. Hyde ..... Arthur G. Jennings .... Marie E. Jessen ...... Ross H. Jones .... Tuttle Judson .... Laura S. Kluge Ella M. Kohn .,... VVilliam M. Lande Page 1331 .... ..ifci12.','c'1ifQ1i1ir'1i.gl'eQ.t11Q.1i'TkL1'Si'' ' H II1IMfS. . . . .Mrs ... .Mrs i :Mrs. . . . .Dentist, ....Clk., J. Ovrupation Mrs. Leon Pritchard .......... .Clerk, A. LaF. F. E. Co .,...... Address 513 Herrick St. 406 Partridge St. 2934 Yorkshire Camden, N. J. Aurora St., Ithaca, N. Y. 52 Grove St., Elmira. Sq. Fairview, . . . . Clerk, Thatcher Co. .. . . . . . . . .27 Gould St., Elmira. Mrs. E. H. Carter ............ 1219 Vllhitesboro St., Utica, N. Y. Care of "Dairymen's League News" ................. ..... Mrs. Dale I. Parshall .......... Aggi.'iv1Qf55.Q 'iviatifsalf 'Ava 'Eglin Mrs. Connelly ................ . CLASS OF 1914 Occupation . . . .Physician and Surgeon ... ....Mrs. Spencer Sellick .. .. . ....Mus1c1a11............ Frances Golden .... . F. .. . .Sec'y Park Church .. ..... V.-Pres. Hoffman Nurseries ....Typ1st, A. S. B. Co. Mrs. Wm. I. Boland .... . . . . .Commission Salesman .. . . . . . . .. . .Electrical Engineer ... . . . . . Mgr. Doane 81 Jones Lbr. Co.. vvibigggie 'jeitfeifgi' QI' ' ' ' ' 11.11 Co.. '""15iii1ia1i'c551L'fiffflff Higgins ...... 'U''iifiiaiiiiifieik'ffififff ....Clerk 514 E. XVater St. .... . E. Swartout Co. ..... . .. . .Mrs. W. Martin Shaw ........ . . . .Star-Gazette Society Editor Utica, N. Y. Corunna, Mich. shi! s'ti,"1ai55iQ1y11Q ' ' Buffalo, N. Y. 457 Maple Ave, Elmira. Address 1580 Wilson Ave, Chicago, Ill. 259 Schuyler Ave. Deceased New York City 129 E. Steuben St., Bath, N. Y. 50 Pierpont Ave. 664 W. Gray St. Deceased 9 George St., Chelsea, Mass. 108 Catherine St. 651 Grove St. 656 Beecher St. Deceased 135 N. Main St. New York City New York City 2 Seward Ave, Utica, N. Y. 510 Logan St. 417W Waliiut St. 812 Walnut St. 6 E. Ave., Saylesville, R. I. II3 Grove St. 23 Water St., Yokohhama, Japan 240 S. 14th St., Allentown, Pa. Horseheads, N. Y., R. D. 2 Lower Maple Ave., R. D. 2 681 W. Clinton St. 357 W. Fourth St. 636 Winsor Ave. U. S. Marine Hospital, Staten Is. 230 Riverside Drive, N. Y. City 364 W. Sixth St. 2516 Jefferson St.. Paducah, Ky. 304 E. Church St. 721 W. Church St. Paducah, Ky. 718 Thompson St. 59 Orchard St. 355 E. Warreii St. 315 Madison Ave. Gbe Archive"-1923 Name Occupation Address Stuart P. Landon ..... .... O thee 127 Bedford Ave ........ 730 Lincoln Pl., Brooklyn, N. Y. Norman I. Learned .... Salesman L. M. H. Co ......... 410 Hoffman St. E. Charlotte LeFever .... Mrs. William Gribben .. .... 909 Bridgman St. M. Edwin Levy ...... ................,......... .... 8 4 Striat St., Detroit, Mich. Joseph H. Lewis ..... ............ .... S 1 E. Third St., Corning, N. Y. Raymond H. Lewis . .. .................--.. .... 4 OI Miller St., Mt. Olive Station, Pittsburgh, Pa. Florence R. Mason .... Mrs. J. D. Plant .... 379 Temple St., New Haven, Conn. Floyd L. May ..... ................. .... E 1 mira, N. Y., R. D. 3 Harry A. Mills .... .... : 08 Hart St. Anna E. Minier ...... .... B ig Flats, N, Y. Edward A. Mooers .... 516 Euclid Ave. John T. Morrisey .... Deceased Frederick Mulcahy .,.. .... 2 I5 Franklin St. Richard E. Myer .... S09 VV. Water St, Jennie E. Newell .... 212 Franklin St. Ruth B.Newell .. .....,..... ............. . Ethel E. Nichols . ........ .... S am Ban Gauhati, Assam, India Robert R. Nichol ,,............ ......... .... 2 5 8 4th St., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Marie I. O'Dea ....... ......-..- ...-.....-.----. -.-. 4 4 2 W. Clinton St. Frederick F. Paige .... Physical Dir6Ct0r .-.. 624 S. Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. Dorothy C. Parker .... ....-..--.-- --.---.-..- .-.. 4 1 1 W. Gray St. Hannah R. Pickering ,....................... .... 3 68 W. Clinton St. Nora Agnes Piper .... ...- ...-...--.---..-..-..-.. ..-. 3 6 2 26 XVallace Place Dorothy Putnam .... ...MrS- C1i1Cf0fd Bfulldage ---.... 613 Walnut St. Edward J. Reidy ,,,,, ,,,,. ..........................,... 7 2 o Kinyon St. Allene M. Reynolds .... Mrs. George E. Kellogg ....... 353 Lake Ave., Rochester, N. Y. lvladeline S. Reid ,,,......................... .... 2 112 W. Second St. Mildred E. Rising .. ........................ .... 3 I3 VV. Clinton St. Blanche U. Roberts ,,, ,,,.... ................... .................. . . . . Elizabeth C, Rockwell , . , ,,,, lyl1'S. Charles Killg .... .............. . . . . Alma H. Rosenfield ,, ,,,......................... .. Mildred M. Ross Esther E. Rubin ...... . . . Mabel L. Rulapaugh . . . . . .. Caroline G. Sanborne afliffbiii' 'rikeiagiaii' seiiqiiigiy Mary E. Sheehan ..... Helen F. Sheely Helen F. Sheive ........ .... Eleanor L. Sherman .......... M. Holmes Shoemaker Robert T. Simpson . . . H in Leon Earl Smith ...... Alma Neva S encer Leland Spencer ......... .... M. Florence Stapleton Mrs Geor e Wich VVilliam S. Stemple ..... Harold T. Stowell ..... .... Mary F. Sullivan Ralph C. VanHorn .... i R. Lois Wariier ... . . ivtgiefii'1vi5fyi51i.i'i55iiy'Q1 . . IQ Mig' 'vlfirlfiiiyifit' Q I 1 I Q I Q1 William D. Warren ... . .. Eloise H. Weale Nellie W. Wilson .. Name William Abrams .... Clarence E. Avery ...... Mildred Louise Baker Katherine L. Battin ....... Helen Frances Bevan .... Edwin Blake Bickford .... like 'is'd1lf'a'r'fi '1i'.'L5Qv'f15ii5e ' f f fi Teacher . ..... . ............. . . . CLASS OF 1915 Occupation Mrs. Brockway Blossom ...... Teacher, Bradford, Pa. ....... . g .............. Professor, Cornell University.. 666 'sf 'iviiiiek' srl ' ' ' ' .is2'ii5f1i5f'si."" ' ' " ' Hartford, Conn. 1015 K St., N. VV., Washington, D. C. 225 W. Borden Ave., Syracuse. N. Y. 735 W. First St. 315 Mt. Zoar St. 414 W. Gray St. Deceased IIO Pearl St., Rochester, N. Y. 773 Harper St. 422 W. Fourth St. IO4 VV. LaFrance St. 707 E. Church St. 532 XV. Hudson St. 1209 Eutaw Pl., Baltimore, Md. S24 Fourth, North, Troy, N. Y. AIO Gaines St. Roundup, Montana Address 196 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 655 Mt. Zoar St. 306 E. Miller St. 452 W, First St. 207 Roosevelt Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Rome, Cortland County, N. Y. IfPage 134 Ghe Archive"-1923 Name Or,'f1tpUfi01t JiflId7'6'S5 Thelma Louise Bishop Elsa Brookfield ........ Hazel G. Brooks Mabel Brown ..... Nettie Buell ....... Thomas F. Bundy .... Helen Irene Burk ...... Raymond H. Butler .... Gladys Cassell ......... Jack H. Causer ......... Luella Gertrude Clark .... Merle A. Clearwater . . . Howard H. Clute .... Z. Esther Coke ...... Helen M. Coleman .... jane B. Cotton ...... Madeleine Daly .... james L. Davis ...... Ford Payne Decker .... Esther M. Devlin .... Viola A. Douglas .... Clarence A. Dunbar .... Irene M. Dunne ...... Olive G. Eells ....... Helen Fausnaught Florence I. Ferguson .. . Helen T. Gerschefski . . . Abram Ginsburg ........... Helena A. Goldsmith ....... Algernon DeWaters Gorman Alan I. Gould ............. Georgiana Gray ............ Walter L. Gunderman .... Hedwig Guyer ........... Michael M. Hali, D.D.S. .. Mildred Harrington ...... Emma Havens ......... Margaret Carey I-Iogan Ernest Hollenbeck ....... Minnie L. Holmes ..... Everts H. Howell .... Ralph Allen Hunt ...... Clarence E. Huntley Catherine E. Hyde . .. Benjamin Hyman ...... Edward Harry Impson . . . M. Winifred Jenkins . . . Anna H. lessen ..... Gladys E. Jones Clifford B. June Harry D. Kane .... Anna Grace Kelly Mary L. Kelly ...... ,. Dorothy E. Kennedy . . . Lovisa Ketchum ....... Norma L. Kilmer .... Lucy Belle Knapp .... Harry R. Knettles Paul E. Landon ....... Sara Louise Lattimer .... John L. Lehman ....... Gustav Leupelt ...... Eva Mary Livings . .. Laura M. Lovejoy Dorothy T. Lovell Ethel F. Lowe .... Page 1351 I I I IIc1Ie'f15, b5yifQ ivigiifg' cd. ..... . "eil-he 'FI 11.5lQfQ1iIaI of I I I I .. ....Teacher . . . .Clerk, G. H. Cotton 81 Bro. . . . . . . Teacher, Newfane, N. Y. ....... . Emp. Amer. Bridge Co. . . . . . . . . Dentist ......................... 1459 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. Chemin des Croise, Rouges, Villa Albion, Lausanne, Switzerland. I2 Church St., Perry, N. Y. 5o6 W. Third St. Wellsburg, N. Y. 328 W. First St. ZIOM West Second St. 1920 E. Genesee St., Syracuse. 303 Elm St. 810 W. First St. Big Flats. N. Y. Q34 Pennsylvania Ave. Teacher .................. ..... ..469 W. Church St. 716 VV. Second St. 408 E. Washington Ave. 61 George St. Q09 Davis St. 516 Spaulding St. Killed in World War. Geneva, N. Y. Ass't State Agricultural Club Leader, Fargo, N. D. 715 Riverside Ave. ' ' I 'sf55ff1AgI Iiti1iL,LI24fiiQfQfii5fQf 'a2'iIei5gfgih.' I 56252 JJ' I .,...Phone Operator .....Mrs. H, T. Canfield... . . . ,Garage ........... . Mrs, Edward B. Billings, Jr. .... . ....Mrs. Robert A. Case ,,,.Teacher IIIIe13ekitII2i.IsII1sIIcbI.IIIIIIIIIIIIII Salesman F. M. Howell 81 Co. . .. ....Student Teacher Cortland . . . . . . . . 'I''IA1ii,IL.iFiahLe'IIIIIIII.. IIIII Sten. Walsh 81 Reagan .... ..... Mrs. Lawrence Moore . . . . . . . . ""i3QA1Q5fiiaH IPI IRI IRI' I II ..... Traveling Salesman . . . Mrs. Alexander Macreery ....... 38 VVinan St., East Orange, N. J. Emp. Ithaca .............. ..... Mrs. F. H. Williams .... ..... ' ' I I 1Ie5ei1bLIsei155iI1i1bII5 .... . ....Carpenter , , , . Photo Engraver .. . . I I I IIMESI Iiiaffy 'Ninas' I I I I I I ........ ....Mrs. Wm. Crump Davis Stoc .broker .................... 468 WI. Second St. Died in Camp in W'orld War. 1492 E. 17th St., Brooklyn, N .Y. 1135 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. Lowman, N. Y. 230 S. 14th St., Allentown, Pa. 216 VVater St. 319 Sylvester Pl. Camp Devons. Mass., Co. G, 5th Infantry. 333 VV. Fourth St. Pine City, N. Y. 452 Riverside Ave. 661 Davis St. Chicago, Ill. 220 W. Third St. 715 East Church St. 507 VV. Clinton St. Maple Ave., beyond limits. Cleveland, Ohio. 317 Baty St. 711 Carpenter St. 700 Penna. Ave. Owego, N. Y. 706 Chester St. 962 Walnut St. 716 W. Water St. 730 Lincoln Pl., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1106 Hall St. 730 Harper St. 125 Sly St. 509 Mt. Zoar St. 283 Pierce St., Kingston, Pa. 426 W. Clinton St. Gbe Archive"-1923 Name Occupation Address Marshall Lowman .... ..... ................................. 7 0 2 Hoffman St. Helen McCann ......... ..... ly Irs. R. E. Kinsman ............ 633 W. Church St. Marjorie K. McCrone . Sara H. Mclnerney .... Madeline Anne McNevin Leo V. Markthaler .... Marjorie Mason ...... Frederick F. Mills .... Earl M. Moore ..... Floyd W. Moore .... Ethel M. Morrow . .. Florence V. Nagle .... Gertrude R. Nagler Francis Nash ........ Helen C. Newman .... Alma E. Noonan ..... M. Estella Osborne Ramona Pettingill . . . Milton M. Pinkus Grace E, Pittman Dorothy E. Prechtl Alan H. J. Preston W'illa M. Purple .... Marie A. Reidy .... Roe E. Reilly ...... George I. Rietman .... Bertha Roberts ........ Mortimer J. Rosenfield Mary G. Ryan ......... Ruth Agnes Sawdey . . . Marjorie E. Shaffer . . . Maxwell M. Siegel .... Isidore S. Simon ....... Anna Rebecca Smith Helen M. Snyder ..... Robert Y. Snyder ...... Alexander Soble, M. D. Ruth S. Spencer ....... Name Nina Frances Allen . . . Rose Alpert ........... Rachel Helen Bailey . . . Alice Louse Barnhart .. Leslie A. A. Benson .... Mary Katherine Biggs . Fred H. Birkholz ...... J. Joseph Brickwedde .. Camilla Elizabeth Bryan Larned Bryan ............ . . . Hazel C. Campbell ..... Lazarre I. Chernoff .... Henry Ranger Collson . Marie M. Connelly ..... Harold B. Copeland Esther Whaites Cowan . Lillian Lazle Crouse .... Eugene Francis Crowley Gordon Heyes Curtis William J. Cusick ...... Lois Anna Dann ...... Jeanette S. Deyo ....... Mildred Iris Dingler Emerson Liscum Diven Inez M. Douglas ....... 'r-2ae1i5f,' ixietv' 'Leiiafiohf 'Ni I Z f . .- ...... Mrs. H. C. Felter ............. .. ..ffliviksf'lathes'Hf'BiQli6f1'iiif1iffff . . . . . Asst. Cashier, Nat. Biscuit Co. . . . Ilfliliigf 1j5n5id'i5blyE:1'1' f 111 "' H .fffiviisf 'cliitsf 'Rosen' f 1 ff f I I f fxlfay 'Tbei1iiiLia1i ' f i ..f I Iiviksf 'ne5h'lr5m515'2 .. Mrs. Leslie V. Clifford .......... .....Dent1st 353 Hoffman St. R. F. D. 4, Elmira, N. Y. 958 College Ave. 510 Euclid Ave. 9 George St., Chelsea, Mass. 965 McKinley Pl. ZQ Horner St, 525 VV. Church St. 6092 Colfax Ave., Detroit, Mich Perine St. St. Luke's Hospital, N. Y. City. 322 Irvine Pl. 104 Magnolia St. 401 Grove St. Huntington, W. Va. 1351 Lake St. Deceased. 521 Jefferson St. 406 Maxwell Pl. Rochester, N. Y. clo Hamilton Pohlman Jewelry Store, E. Water St. Mrs. Sheely .................... .....Mrs. Bernard Toomey CLASS OF 1916 Occupation .....Mrs. Woodhull . ..... Mrs. Edwin Gertsman . . .. . ..... Student ................ . . . . ..... Clerk, Water Board ........ . . . . . . .... Emp.. Thomas Machine Co. . . . . . . .........Dent1st Marshall Lowman ..Emp. Syracuse .......... . . ..... Nurse ................ . Q" ..QQQstHtie'iit' . .....Optometrist ... ..... Mrs. Harry D. Foster . . . . 1" ..IfI1i1HiQ.'b'f'i3L1if5i5'1f. .....Teacher 510 W. Hudson St. 421 W. Church St. 414 Grove St. 1306 Hall St. 243 Lake St. 114 Washington St. 753 John St. 312 S. Main St. S25 W. Gray St. Deceased. 462 E. Church St. 355 Grove St. 11 ddress 57 Orchard St. 139 Exeter Terrace, Buffalo, N. Y. Pine City, N. Y. 1305 Grand Central Ave. 319 Madison Ave. 554 E. Third St. 432 VV. Fourth St. 705 Hoffman St. 558 Coburn St. 718 Spaulding St. 309 Broadway. Emp. 205 Snyder Bldg. ........ . . 121 Lormore St. 4310 Fourth St., N. W., Washing- ton, D. C. 811 Lincoln St. 523 VV. Church St. 201 Miller St. 504 Fitch St. 316 Irvine Pl. 1209 Grand Central Ave. Deceased. 226 Chestnut St. IPage 136 Fanny F. Eitel ....,...... Alfred Caldwell McCarthy' 1 I G I I I IIQ Phoenix St. "Give Archive"--1923 Name Adria Lucille Drake ..... Occupation Thomas Edward Duggan . ......... Mary A, Ersley ...... Irene C. Elliott ........ Helen Rhoda Elston Mary A. Ersley ....... M. Beatrice Espey .... Bertha H. Feinberg Hazel R. Fey ......... Edith Fidleman ..,......... Irene T. Field ............... . Hariette Henriette Flaacke Josephine Marie Flynn ..... .. . Ruth Fraser ............. Pauline E. Freeman . . . Ita T, Friendberg ..... Mathew E. Gallavan .... Clara Gerschefski ..... Lillian Graham ,.... .... Bessie A. Graves .,...... Alda Winifred Hadlock .... . . . Dorothy G, Hammond ...... . . . Martha Lincoln Hammond ....... Mariette Louise Hanford . . . . . . Helena Marie Harrington Sybil Margaret Hauver .... . . . Karl Edwards Havens .... Louise Caroline Henry .... Mary L, Holleran ...... udson Rexford Hoover J .. Henry Edward Hourihan Easter I. Howe .......... Mary Loretta Hughes .... John Harold Hunt ...... Stuart N. Hyde ...... Helen Louise Jackson . Harry L. Kahler ..... Charles M, Kelly ...... Stella E, Kluge .......... Harriet Elsbree Knifhn . . . Jennie E, Koush ....... Anna Elizabeth Kraft .... Luc Viola Lawes y ....... Dorothy Dudley Leavitt .... . . . Raymond Francis Leyden . . . . . . Robert Earl Lipcot ......... . Lillian M. McCabe ...... John Paul McKinley ....... .. . Mary H. Mack .......... Ida Marks ............ Dorr Truman Martin .... Grace Knapp Mathews William T. Mangan Katherine E. Miller . . . Ethel J, Murray .... Leon C. Nelson ..... Mabel Irene Newell John H. Nickel ...... Leo Francis O'Brien ............ Lawrence M. O'Conn0r ........ . Frederick VVilliam Parsons Teacher .... . Teacher ........... Elmira College ...... Teacher, Athens, Pa. . . Clerk ............... Nurse ......... . . . Clerk ............... Address 416 Euclid Ave. 905 Magee St. 632 Penna. Ave. Mil 'idgff iifihitkvedfie' I 1 Q I I I I I I II Clerk, Second National Bank Teacher, School 1 ............... Emp. Scranton ............ ivffkf 'vvi1i1aiii'v'tiiig5Ef5i15' I I I f I f II Teacher, Leroy, N. Y. Stenographer ........... Mrs. Root ........... Mrs. H. M. Allen ....... 'Windsor Ave. Elmira, R. F. D. No. 2. 917 Davis St. 705 W. Water St. 358 Euclid Ave. O70 Dickinson St. 655 Grove St. 435' Ffitlfiii' ' ' ' ' 113 Grove St. 515' Lg1Qf2'Avb1""' 400 S. Main St. 758' Penna. Ave. Mrs. C. W. VVaugen ...,........ Mrs. Norman V, Kohler ....... Swimming Instructor at Federat'n. Car Repairer, D. L. 81 W. R. R... Clerk Chemung Canal Trust C0... Stenographer Baker Bros. ...... - Emp. W.-M, Co. ............... . Salesman W. B. Hallock 81 Bro.. . . Mrs. Rudolph VV. Sandburg Nurse ....... . . ........ . Teacher, Babylon, Stenographer .... . ...... L. I. Mrs. R. R, Loomis Mrs. John Abbott Bookkeeper ........ iiasiaia 'sff I I I . .. 154 W. Third St. 1003 Lake St. 321 Broadway. 315 Broadway. 6' Rv ' ' wasii' 'Di 354 Walnut St. 1005 Oak St. 507 E. Church St. 352 NV. Sixth St. 458 Tompkins St. 955 Davis St. 1308 Bonnie View wood, O. Ave., L ake 311 320 616 430 Big 700 Lake St. Irvine Pl. College Ave. W. Fourth St. Flats, N. Y. Penna. Ave. 59 Orchard St. 931 Penna. Ave. 313 W. Sixth St. 210 Lormore St. 3692 West Sixth St. 1580 Wilson Ave., Chicago, 965 Railroad Ave. IIQZ Caldwell Ave. 8 Craigie St., Leroy, N. Y. 354 W. Sixth St. I ll. Clerk, A. L.-F. F. E. Co. ....... . Stenographer, 126 W, Water St Dec 221 520 eased. Front St. W. 163rd St., N. Y. City, Student ..................... .... Dietician ........ ......... . . . . . . Emp. P. R. R. ................. . Teacher, New Jersey ............ Clerk, Chemung Canal Trust Co.. Baker, Barchet Sz Son ........... Ingersoll Rand 81 Co. Clerk, Barton 81 Wheadon ....... Charles S. Putnam ......... ............................ Rachel A. Pease ................ Sarah M. Record Allen B. Reed ...... Mary Mareva Reed Page 1371 1556539 ' I I I . 337 W. Seventh St, 577 Riverside Ave. 475 slebblia ' ' 130 Cedar St. 926 Penna, Ave. 407 Sullivan St. Oliver Hotel, South Bend, Ind. 300 Maple Ave. 310 E. Church St. 809 Maple Ave. 308 William St. 660 N. Main St. Ghe Archive"-19253 William Harold Reid .... jerry F. Rhodes ........... Marian Milda Rice ......... Francis William Richardson Margaret E. Ronan ........ Goldie E. Rosencrans ...... Richard Carlton Rowe Eleanor Ryan .......... Jane L. Seafuse ...... Edna Irene Seeley ..... Clayton S. Shoemaker .. Celia Simon .......... Marie M. Smith ...... Walter Clyde Smith .... Grace W. Sornberger .. Ernest S. Stevenson .... Kenneth Max Stuart Thurza H. Taynton ........ Norman Tobias ............ Mary Elizabeth VanCampen john Alden VanCampen .... Donald Howell VanHorn .. Amy Ursula Viele ......... Herman Frederick Vieweg . Elizabeth Walter ........... Florence Marguerite Warner Jessie Margaret Warner Margaret Hannah Watts .... Edgar Earl Wemple ..... Richard Ford Wentz . .. Florence Winner .... Name Gertrude Florence Albert Alta Leona Atwater ..... Eleanor Regina Ball ..... Robert Adams Ball ...... Anna Gibbs Barker ..... Wanda Jane Beardslee Lena Ruth Blostein ...... Edmund Rockwell Bower Lyman M. Breese ........ R. Mark Brinthaupt ...... Francis Charles Brown .. . Dorothy E. Buckley ..... Eliza Ellen Burnham .... Carrie Lorian Campbell .. Robert Harry Carey ..... Thomas Francis Carr .. Marie Ellen Catlin .... Helen Gladys Cole ..... Mortimer I. Collson ..... Lena Harriet Crandall .... Myrtle E. Crawford, ..... Raymond Daniel Cunningh Bartow Strang Curtis .... Ray Hustin Daghistan Madeline Loretta Dawes . Elmer Dean, Jr. ........ . Charles Decker ....... Florence Decker ...... John Bidwell Denton . .. Mary Agnes Dillon Helen Rose Dunbar Elsie M. Egbert .... Gertrude Eggert .. Name Orrnpation J. Thompson Sz Co. .. . . . . . M rs. Howard Bassler . . .Student .. . . . . Stenographer . . . . . . . . .Registered Nurse . . . . .. ...Second National Bank Teacher .............. . .... Physician ....... . flffcaiiihg'Bidg.'ct5.'Ifff"""""' Salesman, Thatcher Mfg. C0. . . . . Teacher, Cornell University .....Clcrk, P. R. R. Co. .fIMi1iiskEL'fIff"""' CLASS OF 1917 Orrupation .... .Mrs. Glenn Young ... . . .Mrs. Ralph Sutter . . . . . . . . Private Secretary . . . .....Mrs. Ben Kaplan .. .....Student .....Student .....Student . .. . .Teacher, Muncy, Pa. . . . . .. . . .. . . . . .Mrs. Edwin A. French . . . Address 112 Big 372 372 519 Mia E. 19th St., New York City. Flats, N . Y. E. Thurston St. Fulton St. W, First St. mi, Fla. 310 716 403 382 753 550 913 141 DeWitt Ave. S. Crouse Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Euclid Ave. NV. Water St. John St. Spaulding St. Lincoln St. XV. 109th St., N. Y. City. .wel ............................. lsburg, N. Y. Sherburne, N. Y. 3427 Wash. Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 507 NV. Church St. Corning, N. Y. 712 VV. Gray St. 101 811 811 Dewitt Ave. Maple Ave. W. Water St. 1012 Penna. Ave. Dec 457 eased. E. XVater St. Erin, N. Y. 523 VV. Water St. Address 608 505 701 957 79 Church Ave, Ballston 465 John St., Elmira. Lake St. Herrick St. Grove St. Spa. E. Water St., Elmira. Coleman Ave. 567 376 700 422 Euclid Ave. Diven Ave. German St. Fulton St. edvvf 5404 sd ' 'iff 'cliff ' " Ensign, U. S. Navy, U. S. S. Nevada. ............. . . . . Salesman ........... . . . . . . Bkpr., McLaughlin-Flynn Mrs, Alger J. Smith ............ .. . . .Mrs. Vernon S. Miller . . . .....Nurse am. .Student ............ . .-...-Student .. . . .. . . .Musician .. .. . Student ......... . .. ...Mrs. Otto C. Vieweg .... Mrs. Wm. Antes ...Student . ............ ...Mrs. George Brubaker r Care of Postmaster, N. Y. City. 713 419 Davis St. William St. 1010 Lincoln St. 723 Seneca Pl., Elmira. New York City. 718 523 S14 410 802 453 701 380 355 275 S. Main St. W. Church St. VV. First St. Jefferson St. W. Water St. 'cypress' E1hiff'a'.' " Grove St. W. Fifth St. ................ N. Main St., Northport, L. I. lPage 138 "'G77e Archive"-1923 Name Occupation Address Clara A. Farr ..... Teacher . ........... ..... B ig Flats. Margaret Fay .... Mrs. HenriGuyon .... 1931 St. Denis St., Montreal Canada. Crete M. Fell ........... .... M rs. R. J. Brennan ..... 169 Virginia Ave, Jersey City N. J. Virginia Dorothy Fettis ...... Mrs. Charles Brand ........... 405 Maple Ave. Irene Marie Fitzpatrick ...... Mrs. Huntington Reed ........ Brooklyn. Margaret F. Flynn .... VVilliam A. Flynn ...... Elizabeth M. Flynn Raymond W. Freedman .. Marie Louise French .. Earl E. Fridie ........ Ruth Welles Frutchy . Russell Gerard Fudge .. VValter Carney Garey . Helene Eleanore Geisser . Eleanor G. Gibson ....... Ethel Wanck Gould .... James Joseph Grady .... Asaph B. Hall ........... Frances Ellen Harrison .. Gertrude Merle Hartman Louise Herrick .......... Margaret Herrick ........ Norma Elizabeth Hobart . Edward Abraham Hoffman Gertrude Honig .......... DeVVitt Everett Hooker . Mildred M. Houck ....... Grace Jeannette Jessen Charles T. Knapp ...... Harry La Burt ........... A. Norman Lawrence .... Lena Fredericke Lehman Gladys Lewis ............ Geraldine E. Leyden ..... Susan E. Logue ...... Joseph Lovitch ......... Gracia Lowman .......... Ella Ruth MacFarland Robert Strawbridge McCre John T. Mailey .......... Helen Katherine Maloney Lillian Mellen ........... Louis Miller ............ Cornelius James Milliken . Mary Augusta Minsterman Mary Catharine Mitchell .. Paul Willard Morse ..... Fanny Leonore Moseson . Carl Francis Mowrey .... George Redvers Murphy . Hyman Bernard Nagler .. Mary Robinson Neagle Adelaide Nical .......... Mavetta Gertrude O'Brien J. Burke O'Connor ...... Ada M. Olmstead ........ Jane E. Olmstead ...... Stanley Butler Osborne .. . Julia Cassandana Page VVinheld L. Patterson Charles Walker Perry Gerald L. Pierce ........ Philip M. Presler ..... Carol D. Price .......... Hazel M. Purple ......... Julia Catherine Rawlins .. Page 1391 ight. Teacher, Worcester, N. Y... .. Mrs. H. M. Redfield .. 1104 Lake St., Elmira. i565 'Lake' si.. 'eiaiiiiif ' ' ' Penn Yan, N. Y. .....6o9SecondSt. Mrs. A. Rogers ..... 523 VV. Third St., Elmira. . .300 W. Church St. Mrs. V. G. Sbordone .. Mrs. Leslie Merrill .... Mrs. A. V. Cole .... Nlifslf.. Stenographer .... .... ..... Kings County Hospital ....... iifgf 'L5L1i5'i5fkliE1i ' I . . Assistant, Operating Room .... Sec'y, Elmira Free Academy... ififsff 'nafavbitz' .f f f I f f . .... 715 sink! ' ' ' ' ' ' " Teacher, High School ... ... . . .. . .... 351 VV. Church St., Elmira. .109 Catherine St. 1319 Pratt St. S53 Grove St. 408 Union Pl. 722 Allen St., Syracuse, N. Y. 71 Albert St., Johnson City,N.Y John St. 806 Market St. an 'ivi1id55Q'AQ5.' ' H gii'c'51i6iie' MQ-rf ' H ICS W, Church St, 519 W, Fourth St. 730 Harper St. 253 Ridge St., Newark, N. J. Railroad Ave. Penna. Ave. 151 Washington St. Brooklyn, N. Y. 065 638 508 Madison Ave. 613 Penna. Ave. I7 Howard Ave., Binghamton. 107 Madison Ave. 417 Walnut St. 437 Orington Ave., Brooklyn. 410 Roe Ave. 1009 Oak St. Binghamton, N. Y. 408 Home St. . . . . .218 Orchard St. Clerk, Penna. R. R .... . Mrs. Joseph Weaver .. Mrs. Leslie Benedict .. .... .... .............-. Mrs. Avery Corning, Jr ........ 808 Magee St. 20T S. Geddes St., Syracuse, Sullivan St. 960 Lake St. 400 VVilliam St. Kingston, N. C. Athens, Pa. 604 E. Miller St. 36.11 W. First St. 753 E. Market St. 551 Caton Ave. Miiirlfbfi ' ' ' " . . . . .308 Spaulding St, v 25716 Archive"-1923 Name Grave V. Reid ......... .. Martha Field Richford Lauretta E. Riffe ....... Stanley Earl Roberts ...... William Cutler Roosa ........ Harold Simpson Routledge Occupation ...Mrs. Melvin Reynolds, Jr... ...Mrs. F. R. VVegncr .... .... .... ....... ..... .. Evelyn Hele Rumsey ..... Owens .. Lucile Ryon ............... ................ Florence L. Sanders .... Marie M. Schryber Juanita C. Scranton .. Hazel Marie Seafuse .... Harold Paul Shay Lenore E. Sheely M. Olga Sherman, Esther Shriebman Julian M. Snyder ...... Gertrude Lucy Smith .. Florence I. Spencer ..... Robert M. Stempfle .... Florence M. Stumpfle .... Ralph LaRain Sutter .... Harriet Swartz .......... Richard H. Thurston. Jr. siakiehiif 'caiheii' tiiiixkeigiiy' I Projectionest .......,......... . . .Mrs. Harold Underwood .. . . . .Teacher ................ ... ffisiiilieiqi' 11 Virginia Knight Todd ...... ........... .... Walter B. Townsend Richard John Turner Evelvn Underwood ....... M. Gladys VanAlstyne Elizabeth VanDyne .... Verner E. Vite ......... Esther L. Wetsel ........ iQfsiiidehl''.ff1fffff. 11 . . . Mrs. Paul Landon .... . . . .iffivifsf'Gf25Qi,fe'ij."s1i1'iiii'1fIf1 Mrs. M. Holmes Shoemaker... Francis Murray Wigsten . . . ................. ........ . .. .. William . Wi sten J g ...... Alida M. Wilbur ....... . . .Cornell University ...... . . . .. . Mrs. Julian Watkins ... . . Ruth L. Wilcox .............. Mrs. Robert Biddle .... .. Charles Blamphin Williams.. . ..Ch1ropract0r ........ , ..... . . . Margaret Wiiilier ............. Mrs. Howard H. Clute ..... Carolyn M. Witt .......... Theresa Wood . .. Name Ruth Mary Allen ....... Helena Myrl Barnes ..... Frances Carolyn Beebe Josephine Bentley ..... Molly M. Blostein ........ ...Married ...... ... CLASS OF IQI8 Occupation . . . Mrs. Harold Ames . . .. .. ...Teacher. ......... .. .. ...Sec.,Y.W.C. .. r Madeline Louise Boak ...... . . Arthur Clinton Boardman Bernice Marcia Bower ..... Ronald Stevens Breese Harold Libolt Brooks .... John Joseph Burr ...... Helen Frances Butler .... .. .Teacher . ......... . .. . Mrs. Herschel King ... ., . .. Ruth Eleanor Carpenter ..... .. Elizabeth Catherine Carr Elizabeth Jean Chapman .... Margaret D. Clark ....... Gladys Marie Collins Ursula Colvin ......... Helen Marie Connelly Joseph Henry Considine Leo Edward Considine Ida Elizabeth Cotton William Boyd Craig ...... Helen Cecelia Dempsey .... .ffivii5."P15i1if,' 19f65'Siei' II. .. . ..Ste11ographer ......... . . .. Address 735 W. Water St. Moriah, Essex C0., N. Y. 415 VV. First St. R. F. D. No. 2, Elmira. 117 Horner St. 509 Walnut St. VVatkins, N. Y. 408 Maple Ave. 124 Garfield St., Elmira Heights. Lormore St. Lower Maple Ave. 524 Penna. Ave. ,655 E. Water St. 62 Mt. Zoar St. Ft. Washington, Long Island. 502 Lake St. 720 W. Gray St. 710 College Ave. Box 218, Wellsville, N. Y. 707 E. Church St. 1731 13th Ave., Seattle, Wash. 701 Herrick St. 1525 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md. Foot Hill Apts., Glendora, Calif. India 413 E. Washington Ave. 730 Li11coln Pl., Brooklyn, N. Y. 745 E 22l'lCl St., Patterson. 559 E. Washington Ave., Elmira. 414 W. Gray St. Ithaca, N. Y. 6 Roland Ave.. Baltimore, Md. 020 Bridgman St. Binghamton, N. Y. 4-69 W. Church St. 410 Elm St. Roland Park, Addwss 354 Euclid Ave. 234 Mt. Zoar St. 818 VV. Water St. New York City. 320 VV. Church St. 1560 Pratt St. Coleman Ave. 740 Maple Ave. 119 Park St., Westfield, N. J. 51 George St. 374 Baty St. VVashington, D. C. 909 W. Water St. 169 Horner St. 219 Franklin St. 551 Caton Ave. 1104 Hall St. 1147 W. Water St. IIA7 VV. Water St. 6 George St. 913 E. Market St. fPage 140 Glue Archive"-1923 Name Occupation Address Cornelius O. Donahue ........ Student. ............. IIQI Grand Central Ave. Lawrence David Duggan .............................. Deceased. Elmer John Easton ........... Clerk, P. R. R. Office .... .... 4 II Baty St. Marjorie B. Eldredge .... Mrs. Joseph Buck ...... VV. Fifth St., Elmira. Mildred Helen Epstein .... ...................... 158 Madison Ave. Samuel Charles Falletta ....... 5wift 81 Co. .... 105 Magee St. Samuel Fidelman ....... .... . ............. 6 70 Dickinson St. John W. Finlay .............. Student . 307 Franklin St. Ruth Helena Fish ...... Frances Mary Fitzgerald Sidney David Friedman Carolus H. Getchell ..... Grace Lillian Gile ...... Laura Hazel Gordon .... Florence May Gowin .... Granna Maria .......... Anna Eliza Hammond .. . Sara Florence Hanford . Helen Margaret Harrison Austin Hassett ......... Irma Ursula Hitchcock . Geraldine L. Holland .... Chester E. Howell .... Myrtle Mae Hugg Kathryn C. Hughes . . . Frances James ........ Margaret James ......... Mary Geraldine Jarvis .. Margaret E. Jensen ..... Helena L. Jessen ....... Marian Louise Johnson .. Isabel Tuttle Judson .... Delbert E. Keenan ...... George Hinman Ketcham Fanny Helen Kroshinsky Edgar A. Krowl ........ Anna May Lande ....... Maria Rosa Liberatore .. Michael John Liddy .... Beulah Mae Longwell .. William John Lutz ...... Emma Lucile Lyon .. . Mary L. McCarthy .... Michael D. McDonald Anna Clair Maclnerney . Mary Agnes Mclnerney . Bertha M. Manberg ..... Victor Landon Mason .. . Harriet Belle Mathews .. Martha H. Mellen ...... Della E. Merrick ...... Dwight H. Merrill ...... Donald Henry Miller Fannie Alene Miller .. Helen Miller ............ Howard James Murphy .. Mary M. O'Dea ......... Catharine Rosalia O'Hare Mary Catherine O'Neill .. Erma Romaine Parsons .. Kirkwood E. Personius, . Wilma Pettingill ........ Howard William Pike .. Leo Julius Pinkus ...... Cecelia Beatrice Popeck Phyllis Thelma Potter . .. Laura Alice Powell Frances Marion Radley .. Page 1411 . . . . . . Buffalo University . . . MLA' AfA.511i 'osgbblfi' '. Clerk, F. M. Howell 81 Co ...... Student . .................. . . . . . - - - Mrs. John Kirby . . . Bkpr., McCorkle Realty Co .... Teacher, Bolivar, N. Y. ...... . ..IIIfsit1ti5Ai'.IIQ"'""""" ...--.Student ------Chauffeur ffifffixii3."1ifiaQi5"155iie'1fQ 1111 II sLe1i5lgi5f1iJe'f" ' ----Student ...-Student ..ffIfsiL1i1eiil'ff. -.-.--Student .. "IfffT'ea'c'1Jef"1 ".Iif1viQg."Ki1iAAQ'I. ffffsiiltiehtffff .... ....Dentist Clerk, Thatcher Co. ....Teacher .... . . Mrs. Harold Havens . . . Bookkeeper .... Teacher ............. Nurse ............ ............ . Nurse ....................... . Clerk ......................... 402 Spring St., Greenville, Ill. 202 Brand St. 174 Madison Ave. 1054 W. Water St. 465 W. Gray St. 7512 E. Water St. Big Flats, N. Y. 714 N. Main St. 406 Locust St., Elmira. 1149 Hoffman St. 738 W. Church St. 253 W. Sixth St. III Horner St. Rochester, N. Y. 311 Lake St. Scranton, Pa. 205 High St. 1057 Davis St. 354 421 654 105 115 Hoflman St. Jefferson St. College Ave. Durland Ave. Horner St. New York City. 633 315 723 214 518 533 820 608 310 356 Maple Ave. Madison Ave. E. Main St., Lock Haven. Fulton St. W. Second St. Maple Ave. College Ave. Beecher St, Diven Ave. W. Henry St. 707 Linden Pl. 413 VV. Fifth St. iQ5rveL'1vi:i0i6 'Ava H 521 465 1029 Vermont Ave., Herrick St. W. Clinton St. N. W Washington, D. C. 3632 W Fifth St. 1012 Johnston St. 328 713 306 300 701 401 5 I2 W. Seventh St. Park Pl. W. Fifth St. Budd St. VV. Cilnton St. Grove St. Balsam St. New York City. 608 E. Second St. iiii 'cbiiege 'Ava' ' " 203 Brand St. 'She Archive"-1923 Name Occupation Addrers I. Julia Rosecrans ...... ...Nurse ...... Miami, Florida. Nathan Hale Rubin ...... ............... S I5 John St. Percival Leopold Seamon . ..... D. D. S. 100 W. Water St. Helen Edith Shelansky Marjorie A. Sherman ...... Frances Irene Slingerland . Frances Theo Smith ...... Leah May Smith ......... Percy Sheldon Snyder .... Mary Emma Stamp ...... Grace Marie Steinhauser .. Marian E. Sullivan ........ Marion Loretta Sullivan . . . Frances Vanderpool Sweet Gladys Irene Taylor ...... Fanny Laney Townsend Mrs. James Harper .. .. Reporter, Star-Gazette .... Employ, Aluminum Ware Co... i :Student Stenographer, A. LaF. F. E. Co. . 1 1 Q T.e.a.cH6r .................... . . . . Mrs. B. C. Cook .......... David Weiner .............. '..'.1is'1i11J'15yQ'ifv'53thHL11i' 'Sz' iviiiibi. . . . John F. YanAlstyne ...... Gretchen Lottie Westervelt J. Raymond Wilkes ....... Frances Emily Williams . . . J. Earl Williamson ....... Laura Louise Wood .... Robert Woodward .... Frances Delia Young . . . Maria Grana .......... Name Irva Ruth Ackerman . . . Marian Louise Argus ..... Dorothea Olive Atwater Gertrude B. Barton ....... Marie Alice Beardsley .... Evelvn Y. Beeman ..... Lee C. Bennett ........ Anna Bernstein ........ Harry William Blank ..... Katherine Gillett Blyley . . . Talitha Botsford .......... Aileen Brown .......... Lillian Bullock ......... Marjorie Clara Burk ..... Bernice Margaret Butler .. Harold G. Chamberlain . . . Rogers Platt Churchill Bernice Irene Clark .... Helen Julia Clark ...... William R. Compton George Coxe .......... Frances L. Curry ..... Louise Dorcas Davis .... Venna Beers Decker .... James Francis Deegan VVilhe1mina Duhl ........ Dorothy Mae Espey ....... Gertrude Elizabeth Evans .. Eleanor Fisher Ewing .... Walter Jacklin Ferris . . . Thelma Adams Fetter .... Morris Aaron Fidelman .... Lawrence Manley Fitch . . . . Teacher . . . . Employ, Barker Rose 8: Co. . . . . . . Student Teacher, Corning ...... CLASS OF 1919 Occupation Stenographer, 120 Lake St. Nurse, Arnot-Ogden Hospital.. Stenographer, A. LaF. F. E. Co. Nurse . . Employ, A. LaF. F. E. Co. Elmira College ........... ....':Teacher . . . .Student Cornell University . .. ' ' '15ii'5tL5gf'a'.51Aaf . . . . .. Helen Elizabeth Fitzpatrick .... Freda Leah Freeman ...... Bernard Friedman ........ Henry J. Friendly .... Helen Loretta Flynn Hendy Creek. 118 W. Market St. Cortland, N. Y. 415 Locust St. 210 VV. Fifth St. 734 VV. First St. 425 Standish St. 60 Plymouth Ave, South, Roch ester, N. Y. 372 W. Fifth St. 403 Baty St. 512 Perine St. 1918 Brier Ave., Utica, N. Y 151 Washington St. I 2045 Colbert Ave., Detroit. 206 Brand St. ggi'1vi:ir3iQAlfkQ"" iii of.i,l'si.' ' ' ' 209 College Ave. 714 N. Main St. Address 662 1155555 'si' ' ' 1017 Lake St. 521 Union Pl. 811 W. Church St. 375 Fulton St. ixigrv' Y5i1Q'ciii.' ' ' ' 601W Herrick St. 612 VV. Gray St. 1218 W. Church St., bey limits 402 Tompkins St. 1564 Lake St. 331 VV. Washington Ave. 515 VV. Third St. Ithaca, N. Y. 716 S. Cross St., Syracuse, N. Y 381?4 Baty St. R. F. D. No. 2, Elmira, N. Y. 416W Euclid Pl. 712 Kinyon St. 605 E, Water St. 750W E. Church St. 102 VV. Miller St. 407 Columbia St. 917 Davis St. 503 Grove St. 405W W. Clinton St. 511 Mt. Zoar St. 102 Canton St. 670 Dickinson St. 21 W. Church St. 525 W. Clinton St. ISQZ Orchard St. 174 Madison Ave. 411 Church St. 1104 Lake St. lPage 142 Ghe Archive"-1923 Name Occupation Address Gertrude Elizabeth Geib .... ............... 1 007 Grand Central Ave. Frances H. Goldberg ..... ............. 2 1 Dewitt Ave. Agneta Gradvvell ...... ..... S tudent 510 Perine St. Helen Gray ............. .... Alice Marion Grinnell ........ Irving Hale Hall ......... Dorothy Elizabeth Halliday' ' " Gerald G. Hartnett .......... Dorothy Hays ............... Isitideiif '.'. . . I ff ...... . I1kit3fgC','c1if'tL,11' 'sgfilfgs' 's2.IAi'1i'hHf . Clerk, D., L. Sz W ............. .Student ....................... Robert Stanley Hinklc . .,..... . Rose R. Hoffman ............. .Ass't Secretary, E. F. A ......... William Edward Hoffman ............................ Susan Kathryn Holleran ...... Student ................. Helen Louise Hoper ..... Helen Naome Hopkins Ida Shirley Hordes ..... J. lfVendell Howard .... Carolyn June Howe .... Charles A. Hughes .......... Marie Elizabeth James ....... Ellen Frances Jenison . .. Mildred Marie Johnson . .. Ethel May Kelly ........ .... Eileen Marie Kline .. . . . . . Henry Bolles Lent ........... . . . ..Mrs. I. Leivenson .. . Nurse .... "fsitifif215f '. '. 1 I I I I f f .' ." .'.1 .Employ, D., L. Sz W. R. .Student ............... Esther M. W. Leonard ........ Student ............ Herman Leupelt ........ Fanny Little .......... .... Madge Long ................. John Francis Lynch ......... William Joseph McCarthy .... . Photo engraver . . . QsiL1Q1Lfi1i'111III1" . Student ...... .Student ....... Eleanor B. McConnell ........ .Stenographer ......... Leo McNamara ........ ...... Ethel Lucile MacIner11ey ..... Ladislaus Leo Malenoski ..... Lucile Meeker ............... Vola Christina Mitchell ....... Julia Frances Morrisey ........ John F. Murtaugh ........... Harriet Nagler ............ Ella A. Newberry ............ .Repairer .............. I 'seiiraiii' s'e'1ii1Hafy'111i1f1Q l T Co .E11lDl0y', Chemung Cana . Student ............... . Stenographer .............. . . .. fsi5iH5gi5b'He'f' . . Bronislaus Stanislaus Niekras. . ..... ....... . . . Helen Noble .............. Daniel Francis O'Neil ..... James Whipple Perry . IsitiE1ehi'I2IIIIIIQ.. .Student, U. of P.... Harold Lee Personius ........... U. S. Navy ........ Mary Ellawene Pettingill .. Nathan Platt ............. Alice H. Price .......... . Catherine Radney .... Helen E. Rhodes ....... Lewis Edwin Rhoades Ruth Olive Roberts ..... Alvaretta Ross .......... . Hyman A. Rubin .......... Mildred Nellie Sanford .... Charles N. Sergeant .... . Lois W. Shoemaker . Oscar I. Siegel .......... Ida Slutzky .....,........ Helen Wilhelmina Soencer Cornelius Lawrence Sullivan Mortimer Allen Sullivan Edgar M. Tillman ........ Robert Noel Titus ...... . Dorothy E. Todd Ann N. Troxel ...... Howard J. Unold ....... Clara R. VanCampen Page 1431 .Dentist's assistant . . . . Salesman ........... .Student ........... , 'Phone operator .. Isie1i5lgi5bi1'e'r' ......... .Mrs. Donald McCann . . Clerk, P. R. R. ....... . .Mrs. Dudley Olcott ,3rd ........ IIfIsi5135lgi5l,'h'e'f' ' ' ' ' " .Clerk, P. O. ...... . .Student, Cornell ....Student . . . Mrs. Henry Fletcher . . 2f2 405 'Mt. Zoar St. Pleasant St. 853 Grove St. 710 VV. Second St. 1013 Grand Central Ave. 718 VV. First St. 400 Penna. Ave. 715 John St. 603 Hoffman St. 608 Walnut St. 71556 W. Gray St. 1205 College Ave. New York City. 963 VValnut St. 311 Lake St. 700 German St. 1401 W. Water St. 421 Jefferson St. 860 Lake St, Elmira. AI VVashin6gton Ave. 855 College Ave. 203 Caldwell Ave. 175 Sly St. Q26 W. Gray St. 977 Grove St. 410 E. Washington Ave. 504 Dewitt Ave. E. VVashingt0n Ave. 410 331 Roe Ave. SII VV. Fifth St. Rochester, N. Y. 513 W. Gray St. 666 Beecher St. 600 W. Washington Ave. West Point Military Academy 218 514 Orchard St. Elizabeth St. 1117 Magee St. Deceased. University BulTal0. 364 S06 A01 161 323 716 115 W. First St. Madison Ave. Grove St. Harriet St. W. Clinton St. Southport St. Caldwell Ave. 804 W. Gray St. 65515 'iviiiier' sff ' ' .......... 217 Mt. Zoar St. Big Flats, N. Y. Vlfashington St. ' 204 455 8:1 638 High St. Roe Ave. Dickinson St. Penna. Ave. Painted Post. 355 EIO Grove St. W. Clinton St. Deceased. 125 Harriett St. I 1130 Parker Ave., Detroit, Mich GC 5776 Archive"-192C3' Name Marian West .... . . L. Norma Witt ...... Chauncey D. Wright .. Edward Young ..... Willard J. Young ...... .... Alfred F. Zimdahl ............ Karolina R. Zimmerman ...... Blanche E. Welliver ......... Name Mildred Eleanor Atwater ..... Joseph Earl Bateman ........ Mildred E. Beach ............ Asa Crippen Bement ......... Vivien Marah Bergstresser .... Andrew Adams Blash ....... George Herbert Bogart ...... Occupation Physical Training Inst., Colum- bia College, Chicago, Ills. .Mrs. R. B. Campbell ..... . Student . Student . Student . Student .Student CLASS OF 1920 Occupation .Mrs. Robert M. Blaisdell . .Draughtsman, A. L. F. E. .Mrs. Alva Darte ......... . Bank clerk ............... -Clerk, Thatcher Mfg. Co. -Clerk, A. L. F. F. E. Co. . Helen Leona Bosworth ........ Helen Elizabeth Bower ........ Student Alice M. Brett ......... .... Helen Lyle Brown .... .... Ruth Winsor Brown .... .... S. F. Brown ............ .... Jeremiah Leo Buckley ........ Mar aret Lois Bund g y ......... Atlanta Blanche Burnham .... Erma June Burt ............. Mary Alice Butcher ......... Hazel Carolyn Califf Helen Louise Carey .......... Ruth Christopher ............ Clarence George Clendenin Margaret Harriett Clifford Lucia Veronica Clifford ...... VVebste1' Jennings Cole, Jr ..... Jean Marie Collins ........... Harold Monroe Collson ..... George Gartland Connelly Ida S. Cooper ............... Louis Avery Corning ........ Gladys Eva Crittenden ....... Jeannette Loraine Cross ...... John William Dale ........... Ruth Emily Dalrymple ....... Naomi Margaret Davis ....... Anthony James Delario ...... Helen E. DeLong ........... . Stenographer ............ .Employ, Barnard's Bakery . Student .Empl0y, A. SL P. Tea Co. Student, U. of P. ........ . - Stenographer .. -Student ...... -Student .... . . . . Student ................. . Student .................. . Employ, James Mfg. Co.. .Student .................. - - -Student .......,. ..... . .. .Student ........ .Student ............ . .Student ............ . .Student, Cornell ...... . Employ, K. V. Co ..... . Stenographer ...... .Student, Elmira College . . Employ, K. V. Co. ..... . . Student ................ .Student . Student, . Student, Doris Hehe Downs ............ Student Merton Clement Dunbar ...... E. Kenneth Edwards ......... Elizabeth T. Epstein ... .. . . Isabel L. Ewing ...... .... Francis X. Farr .... Esther Marie Fish ............. Hazel L. Fitzherbert .......... Margaret H. M. Fitzsimmons... Margaret Estelle Freeman ..... Myrtle Elizabeth Frisbie ...... Everett Adel Gleason ......... Henry Gordon ...... L. . . . Ernest Lincoln Haflett ........ Mary Dorothy Haller .. .. . . . George Felix Hanlon ..... George Dedrick Hanford ...... .Student, .Chemist . Student, Cerlieli ' Q I 1 f I I i II Elmira College . i1551'iit'5A 'cali-455 Elmira College .. Address 617 W. Gray St. 497 Charlotte Ave., Detroit. 1037 Baldwin Ave., Mich. 457 Maple Ave. 209 College Ave. 454 High St. 468 VV. Second St. 812 VV. First St. Address 204 Madison Ave. Ann Arbor 1105 Grand Central Ave. 208 W. Hudson St. Detroit, Mich. u 117 Lormore St., Elmira. 371 W. Fifth St. 409 Davis St. 55 Monroe St. 702 E. Church, St. 105 W Hudson St. 533 W. Gray St. 1053 Admiral Pl. 62 Hoffman St. 32 VV. First St. Wellsburg. R. D. No. 2. 451 W. Gray St. 1448 Sullivan St. 10002 Hall St. 445 E. Water St. 43 W. Clinton St. .Stenographer ........... Instructor. Meeker's Bus. Inst. .. Mrs. Innis P. Lyon ........... ii1h'151bv.'savrEQ'i55.' '.1'."'1i1if Clerk, P. R. R. ...... .... . Student .. ......... Music teacher .... . . . . 360 Quail St., Albany, N. Y. 359 Crescent Ave. 604 Penna. Ave. 1242 W. First St. 305 West Ave. 316 Madison Ave. 712 John St. Kinston, N. C. 706 Cypress St. I 657 N. Main St. 8 402 Union Pl. 188 Broadway, 603 W, Church St. 363 Railroad Ave. SII NVins0r Ave. 655 Pearl Pl. Clinton, N. Y. 411 Schuyler Ave. 158 Madison Ave. 303 Davis St. 402 Spring St., Greenville, Ill. 127 Madison Ave. 231 Cannon St., Syracuse, N. Y. ............. 652 Robinson St. 1217 Hall St. 1149 Hoffman St. page 144 Give Archive"-1923 Name Pearl Violet Harris ........ George Frederick Hart .... Mary Elizabeth Hart .... . Miriam Hays ........... Madeline C. Heine ......... Augustus Harry Hillman .. Bertha Hordes ............ Raymond Floyd Howe . . . . . . . Claire Agnes James ........ Mildred Louise Jaynes ..... Bernice Oakley Jones ...... Thomas Hulett Judson, Jr.. Margaret Harris Keeton Thomas William Koenig Jacob Lawrence Kolb ..... Helen Louise Larrison ..... Vlfinifred Amelia Lee ....... Cathryn Hawkins LeGro Mary Emily LeGro ......... Frederick J. Leverich . Isabel G. Lowman .... . Helen J. Lutz ...... . Tnnis Palmer Lyon ......... Sarah Gayle McKean ....... Arthur Cummings MacMahon Dorothy Louise Mahan ..... R. Farley Malone .......... Sara Marie Mark .... . Jennie Doris Marks ..... . Kenneth Weale Marks ..... Edmund Lee McGlenn .... James C. Miller ......... . VVilliarn Arthur Miller .... Elias Miller ............ Sarah Howell Mills ........ Sibyl Alison Mosher ...... Remington Morris Murphy . Thaddeus Sheridan Myers .. Louis Narziseniield ........ Jack Robert Nichols ........ Thomas McCarthy O'Brien. . Mary Joette Shaughnessy .... Esther Evelyn Patterson Helen Iona Patterson ...... Harold Platt ............... Guinevere Poole ........... Drew Leon Rader ......... Frances Isabelle Reardon .. Harold Mazin Rice ......... Leonard Christian Riesch .. Wilbert H. Rising .......... Gertrude L. Romer ......... Hazel Mae Schambacher Kathryn Cox Schanley ..... Frances E. Sergeant ..... . Nettie Ault Shelter ........ Treva Leona Shepherd ..... Doris Irene Slauson ....... Howard Alonzo Spencer Amelia Anna Stelfen ...... . . . Mrs. Archie Occupation ...Teacher Guenon siL1E1511i'111111111111" sitiiilshi'111111111111111.. Adrircss 825 B roadway. 619 W. 142nd St., New York City. 204 Crete Ave., Elmira. i5s1w5H1i15h1d 1.819121 1 1 1 1 1 ............ 1042 Walnut St. 220 VVashington St., Elmira. 808 W. Gray St. Tupper Lake, N. Y. College Ave. 11101151121 5121111351 'Mig' 111111 . . .Student for ministry ....... . . . ...Student .............. . . . ...Student ......... ... 111s1L121Qf11i11 ......... . 654 820 668 WV. Water St. ...... 515 Union Pl. Q69 Davis St. 750 Penna. Ave. 750 Penna. Ave. 1189 Maple Ave. VVellsburg. 583 Maple Ave. 231 598 53 I S05 403 Cannon St., Syracuse, N Maple Ave. VV. Gray St. W. Church St., E Penna. Ave. lmira . . .Employ, Dr. Fitch ......... . . . ...Employ, Hart Sz Putnam ...... . , ,Stenographer ............... . .. ...Student .............. ... , . ,Stenographer .. . ...Student .... .. . ., .Reporter .... ... ...Student ....... ... ..Student, Cornell ... . . .Student, Holy Cross ........ . . . . . .Student, Elmira College .... . . . .. .Student, Elmira College .... . . . . . .Student, Cornell ..... . .. . . .Clerk, S. O. Co. . . . ...Stenographer Student ....... Student ............ . .......... ...... . 1 1Employ, D., F. F. E. ...... . L. 81 W. R. R. . . .Student ...... .............. . . . ...Student .................... ... . . .Bookkeeper 371 W. Church St. 758 John St. 318 VV. Clinton St. 703 Park Pl 312 Baty St. Deceased. 510 Hart St., Elmira. 505 NV. Hudson St. 163 Vlfashington Ave. Deceased. 106 Dewitt Ave. 1060 College Ave. IIZMQ LaFrance St. 604 Miller St. W. Fourth St. 111sii1E1Qfhi111111.. ...Student ..... ... . . .Stenographer .. . . . .Student . . .Student . . .Student . . .Student ...Student .................... ... . . . Student Employ, Thatcher Mfg Co. Employ I. D. Booth ........... Nurse, hospital training ....... Julia Marjorie Steinhauser ...... Teacher ................ William Henry Streeter ..... Anna M. Sullivan ....... . John Edward Sullivan .. . . Carlton Samuel Sutter . Hugh Jamison Swarts ...... Marian VanCampen ........ Leah Mildred VanWoert Page 1451 ...Clerk, A. S. B. Co. siudehi'11111111111.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.'.11 Employ, Empire Produce Co. siiiiileiqt 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 369 163 IIO 650 401 Harriet St. College Ave. Penna. Ave. Fulton St. . . . 404 High St. 315 1w1 1Cii111fbh1 'sf 1 455 W. Water St. 756 Penna. Ave. 423 VV. Water St. 571 Coburn St. 202 W. Sixth St. 121 E. Hudson St. 602 5 I5 Winsor Ave. VV. Fourth St. Rochester, N. Y. 218 Madison Ave. 418 VV. Fourth St. 337 Broadway. ' 638 Penna. Ave. 322 516 312 221 Vlfashington Ave. Penna. Ave. Euclid Ave. E. Miller St. . Gfne Archive"-1923 Name VValter Rudolph Vieweg Franklin James Weaver Carrie Mae Whitson ..... Earl Lewis Wilkin ..... Iva VVright ......... Jessie Wright .... Name Floyd B. Allen ..... Frances Armstrong . . . Lettie Armstrong John Ellis Bacon .... Verna May Baxter ..... James R. Beecher ........ Emily Alletta Bogardus Irene Vivian Borck ...... Walter J. Bosley ....... Minnie Viola Breese Margaret Brickwedde .,.. . . ,Emply, Occupation .......Student .......Stude11t .. .Bookkeeper ...... . .. ...Traveling salesman .. . . . Artist .......... ... ... Stenographer ........ ... CLASS OF 1921 Occupation ...Student .. .Student . . .. ...Student .......... . . .Student .............. . Student ........... . .... . Doane 3: Jones Co. .... . Bookkeeper ................... . . .Student .............. ... ...Athletic director .. Donald L. Brooks ....... . ...... Student ....... . Roseina Kathryn Brown ..... . Stenographer .. Kathleen Marion Butler Allen J. Cannan ......... Lena Swan Carroll ..... Eldon S. Chapman ....... Frederick Henry Clark Elizabeth Mae Clements .......Empl0y, Vivian Lucretia Coggshall ..... Emlvloy, . . . . . . .Student ....Student . . .Student . . . Student, , , , Employ, Stuart Cole ................... Student ........... . .... . William T. Coleman ..... Alice Cecilia Collins .... Albert Conklin ...... U. of P. ........ .... . Merchants Nat'l Bank. Elmira Star-Gazette. .. Alpert's Jewelry Store. ...student U. of P ..... ...E1T1ploy, P. R. R.... . . .Student, U. of P. U Humphrey Connelly ........... Student, . of P. Bernard Cooper .......... Adelaide Gertrude Cooperman .................... Marcus I. Cooperman .................... John J. Costello ............... Student .... Dorothy Marguerite Cowan .... Student .. Marguerite Bell Craft .........-. . .-............ . Booth Crise ................... Student .---.-.---. Lillian Daghistan ..... Marjorie Dalton ....... Elizabeth Fannie Day Ella Mabel Decker ..... Alice Dillon ......... Daniel Dillon .......... Catherine Driscoll ....... . . .Student .......... ... , , , Mrs. Asa Bement .......... . .. ,, ,Employ, A. S. B. Co. ...... .. . . . . , Student, Washington, D. , , ,Student, Vkfashington, D. C. . ..Ste11ographer ........ ... Clyde Leslie Easterbrook ...... Employ, S. S. Kresge Co. William Edminster ....... Arthur L. Edwards .... Rosabel Ellison .......... Mary Elizabeth Espey .... Lucile Everitt ................. Frances Elizabeth Ewing .... Ordine C. Ferris .. ............ Clerk Floy Ferguson ........... Anna Fidelman ............ . . ...Student. ......... ...Clerk .... iIisitHi15i1i'ffIf .... Student .................. ..Student ...................... . Esther Flynn ................. Student Frances Margaret Freeland .... Student, Goldene Friendman ........... Student Elmira College Milton H, Friedman ............ Student Donald Fudge ......... Clara Cecelia Gilbert Margaret Gilbert ..... William Gobel .......... Ralph Gerald Gordon .... illys-Morrow Co. , W ..... Student, Elmira College ........ Student ....................... . . . Employ, J. J. Flanagan ..... . .. .'.i.'.E'mp.loyi 'sf 152551 di' I I I f I f ...Student .................... ... Helen Elizabeth Graham ...... Stenographer ........... 161 115 215 Address Dewitt Ave. W. Hudson St. Lackawanna Ave. Box 14, Greene, N. Y. 709 709 408 525 lth 357 202 143 30 VV. Clinton St. W. Clinton St. Address Jefferson St. Home St. aca, N. Y. VV. Third St. VV. Fifth St. 3 W. VVater St. VV. Fourth St. 766 Southport St. 603 353 432 100 914 331 368 O13 IOO Q18 John St. M Euclid Ave. W. Fourth St. Glenn Ave. German St. W. Washington W. Sixth St. VV. VVater St. Horner St. Hopkins St. Ave. 112 Luce St. 31 1 220 458 oo 612 252 302 736 117 256 401 308 1191 804 lk Baty St. VVilliam St. VV. First St. Hoffman St. Beecher St. VV. Chemung PZ. George St., New Irving Ave., Syracuse, N. Y Montrose Ave., Buffalo,N.Y VV. Henry St. Hoffman St. Fulton St. 3 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia. VV. First St. Haven, Ct 117 Lormore St. 107 Oakwood Ave. O28 Lackawanna Ave. 380 VV. Fifth St. 380 VV. Fifth St. 110 Caldwell Ave. 415W Linden Pl. 313 W. Gray St. 402 Crescent Ave. 311 E. Fifth St. 519 W. Third St. 769 117 SIX 670 315 963 174 174 Penna. Ave. Lormore St. Mt. Zoar St. Dickinson St. .. High St. Walnut St. Madison Ave. Madison Ave. 300 W. Church St. 801 723 135 751 325 VV. Water St. W. Water St. 3 Lake St. M E. Water St. River St. lfPage 146 "5f2e Archive"--14923 Name Occupation Address Marian Elizabeth Greene Richard William Hallahan Marion G. Hart ......... Florence Sullivan Hassett Ursula L. Hatherill ..... Elsie Heib .............. Lucy Anna Hillerman ......... . Harold C. Hoefer ...... Everett Howes ......... Lawrence Staples Hunt . Raymond T. Hurley ..... Harold F. Jenkins ....... Margaret Elizabeth Jones Joseph Hamilton Kay Frederick Kelly ........ Mary Louise Kelly Florence King ....... Naomi J. Knapp ,..... H.' Malcolm Landon ..... Arminta Lattimer ....... Gotlieb Samuel Leventhal Jennie Margaret Logue .. Margaret B. Loop ....... Harry E. Lynch ........ John Robert McLaughlin Arland Lee MacKinne y ....... . Helen Mailey ........... Isabelle Catherine Mark . Norman Marks ......... Cora Margaret Miller Grace Elizabeth Miller .. Maurice Miller ......... Mae Molter ......... Clara Moore ......... Lewis Wilbur Morse Helen G. Moshier .... Martin H. Murphy Galen S. Newman ...... Earle L. Nonenmacher .. John O'Dea ........... Edythe M. Palmer ...... Mabel Elizabeth Park Genevieve Patterson .... Shirley Peck ........... Catherine J. Personius Theron Renauff Piper Elva Mary Pitts ........ Marvin H. Pond ..... William Pottinger, ..... Clifford C. Pratt ........ Marion Larkin Quinlan .. Georgia Alice Randall . .. Elmer Rhoades ......... Helen Richmond ....... Harold Alfred Riesch Gladys Roberts ...... Ethel M. Shappee .... Florence B. Seafuse .... Edmond H. Sherman Mollie Slutzky .......... Carrie Louise Snyder Mary Esther Spellecy .... Lawrence A. Stannard .. Charles Lafayette Stevens Maxwell P. Stevens ..... Theresa Marie Sullivan .. Robert W. Sweet ....... Mildred Genevieve Thomps Page 1471 OI'l Student . ..... .. Student . .. .. siL1212fi1i'fIf ff Student ... .. Teacher .... Teacher .... . . Student . . . . . Student ... . . Student Student Employ, Armstrong Auto ply Co, ..... - ......... . - . . Employ, S. F. Iszard Co. Student, Syracuse ....... Student ................ . . 507 'W. Clinton St. 725 S. Main St. .217 Washington St. 253 W. Sixth St. R. D. 1, Corning, N. Y. Maine, N, Y. 222 Euclid Ave, Syracuse, 1154 VV. VVater St. 206 Sullivan St. 364 VV. Sixth St. up- Stenographer ................. . Employ, Elmira Telegram Clerk, Atwater Bros. ..... . Student Student .... . . Student .... . . Student .... . . Student .... . . Student .................... Salesman .................. ... Nurse, Arnot-Ogden Hospital... Student .................... Student .................... Employ, Student Student Student Salesman, Fuller Brush Co. Student .................... Student .................... Student .... .. Student .... .. Student .... .. Student .................... Student, Student .................... Student .................... Student Student Student siudeiii' ' 0 F555 5g5iS't5h't' I I I I I I I f I . . I I Student .................... University of Penn.. E. w., L. at R. R. 05.11 Employ, Second National Bank. Employ, Student Student Student Employ, siiidghtffffffiffiffffffffff Student Willys-Morrow Co. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'Pang '1viii1'ihAiv'si2.ie. . 615 Grove St. 600 Perine St. 70 PC111'l3.. Ave. 206 W. Sixth St. 956 Erie St. 614 Beecher St. 1106 Hall St. 107 Sullivan St. 637 Penna. Ave. 359 N. Main St. Perine St. 601 Coburn St. Fourth St. 613 Penna. Ave. 371 VV. Church St. 75 John St. 616 Jay St. 802 E, Market St. 404W High St. 628 Maple Ave. Box IO60, Hamilton, N. Y 932 Penna Ave. 664 College Ave. 355 Columbia St. 6 53 Lyon St. 328 W. Seventh St. 415 Linden Pl. 457 Riverside Ave. 101 Durland Ave. 366 E. Thurston St. 701 E. Church St. 316 E. Church St. IOI Demarest Ave. 1158 W. Water St. 624 W. Clinton St. 531 W. Clinton St. 113 Catherine St. 332 Irvine Pl. 454 VV. Gray St. 517 W. Third St. SI Fitch St. 820 Maple Ave. 204 High St. 608 W. Hudson St. 110 VV. Hudson St. 323yg W. Clinton St. Alfred, N. Y. 103 Canton Ave. 115 VVest Side Ave. ZISM Partridge St. 413k Jefferson St. N.Y Franc Condon ........... "'677e Archive"-1923 Name George Twerdik ...... Alice M. Vanderlip ..... Ethel Mary Watts . ...... William Donald Wemple . VValter Francis Whiteman ...... Claude D. Williams ..... Miriam Wladis .......... . . .. Clara Ruth Wood ...... Clarence Woodhouse .... Dorothy Martha Woods . Myrtle A. Wright ....... .. .. George Francis Young ... Name Charles R. Amberg Madeline Amberg Catherine Atwater .. Kenneth Baker .... Lida I. Baylor ..... Charles T. Beach Gloria H. Beard .... Sibyl Bishop ........ Donald L. Bitner Raymond E. Blair .... Margaret Brett ........ Harold Corey Brown .... I. Henry Brown ...... Daisy M. Bruce ..... Elwyn S. Bryant ...... John Butler Burns ...... Margaret G. Carmody ..... .... George Hiram Carpenter . . . . . Mary Carroll ............ .. Charles N. Chamberlain .. Ralph E. Chapman ........ Mary G, Clark ............. .. Catherine Theresa Coffey ........ Dorothy E. Coleman ...... .... Harold Joseph Compton . . . . . . . Arthur John Conlon .... Mary Florence Conlon Marion K. Connelly Louie E. Considine ...... Margaret E. Crandall Grace G. Cronin ...... Mary Frances Cronin .... Lucia Ida Crowell ..... Lawrence T. Curtis .... Robert John Delaney .... Fay Roeder Depfer Clara R. Dettmer Edna DeV0re ..... I. Louella DeV0re ....... Mary Julia Disney ........ . Catherine A. Dobberstein ....... Madeline Duffy .......... .. Herbert Myer Eiges ..... Mabel Edith Ekelman Julia M. Elias ........ Gertrude F. Epstein Hugh Gibson Evans ..... Thomas Francis Feeney .. .. Freda Fidelman .. .... Occupation Student ......... Student ............ . ......... . Stenographer ................. . Employ, K. V. Co. .......... . Employ, A. L. F. F. E. Co. Student ....................... Student ....................... Bookkeeper .... siiiiielii'fffffffifflfififfiffff Stenographer ................. . Member of Young 81 Son Elec- tric L0. .... . ........ . ..... . . CLASS OF 1922 Occupation Student ..... Student Student . . . slhhEh2'f.. Student . . . Student . . . Student ................ Student .................. Clk., Second Nat'l Bank ........ ............... skhaehi'ffI Student sEhabhk'I.. Stenographer ................... Student ......................... Emp. New York Telephone Co. .. Address 1018 Lake St. 1215 W. First St. 25 Johnson St. .457 E. Water St. Q77 Lincoln St. 406 Dewitt Ave. 157 Dewit Ave. 370 Diven Ave. 557 E. Second St. 338 Irving Pl, 435 VV. Fourth St. 355 College Ave. A ddress 612 Columbia St. 317 W. Gray St. 1017 Lake St. 510 W. First St. 707 W. Gray St. 225 Franklin St. 915 W. Water St. 507 Franklin St. 46 Morningside Drive II22yg Lake St. 702 E. Church St. 244 Crete Ave. 1053 Admiral Place 122 E. Hudson St. Outside of the City 360 Euclid Ave. 912 Johnson St. I4 Pulford Place 913 W. Water St. 800 Broadway 1880 Davis St. Big Flats 510 W. Gray St. 370 Baty St. 1157 Hoffman St. 373 Baty St. sEhde5k'III Student . . . Student ......................... Student ......................... Student, Hamilton College ...... Student ......................... Student .................. Student ..... skeh5gL5pHeI'Q.. Stenographer . . . Teacher ...... Student ..... Stenographer . . . 513 513 262 Penna. Ave. Penna. Ave. W. Chemung Place 410 Fulton St. 1402 College Ave. 651 Grove St. 651 Grove St. 51 1 523 367 952 W. First St. W, Church St. W. Fifth St. Penna. Ave. 215 Lormore St. 441 W. Fourth St. 441 W. Fourth St. 418 Elm St. 128 Estey St. 718 W. Washington A 550 469 E. Water St. Riverside Ave. 132 Luce St. 158 Madison Ave. 503 Grove St, 330 Irvine Place IIO Sullivan St. VC. lfPage 148 "6'f2e Archive"-1923 N ame Occupation Minnie Etta Fidelman ..... Emp. Tepper Bros lsabella W. Finlay .... Florence A. Frawley .. Marjorie! Ruth. Frey . .. Joseph li usara ........... . . . Augusta Dorothy Gaiser ...Student ...Student ... Student ................... .... Leslie Gould ............ ..... E mp. Elmira Advertiser Emily Alice Grady .............. Dorothy M. Hammond .... . . . ............ . . . . Anita P. Harris ......... ..... S tudent .......... Kathryn D. Hanlon .....Student Ellery Jacob Herman .... ..... E mp. Rothschild Ruth Hoffman ........... ..... S tudent .......... Mary Elizabeth Holleran Byron G. Houghtaling . .. ...Student . . . . . Louis Charles Hudinski ......... ............... Mary Frances Hughson ......... Housekeeper Vera M. Ide ............ ..... S tudent ....... John Reginald Jarvis . . ..... Student ..... .. Beatrice Kantz .......... . . .Stenographer . . Genevieve Kelly ........... . . .Teacher . . . . . Marguerite Ruth Kennon .......Student Elizabeth M. Kingston ..... . . .Student . . . Esther Hanora Kingston Catherine Marie Kissane ........Student ........Student................. George Wesley Kline .... ..... l imp. Elmira Arms Co. Katherine L. Knapp Eileen M. Kohn ..... Marian L. Kolb .... Monica W. Koush M. Hyacinthe Laine .... Alice K. Larrison Norma M. Lay ........ .....Teacher ...Student ........... Stenographer ................... Emp. Paris Millinery Store ..... Student ......................... .....Student Augusta Mary Lilly ..... . . .Student . . . Theodore VVesley Lovell Jennie Lovitch ......... A. Margaret Lowe William J. Lynn .... Chester McCann ....... ...Student .....Student ...Student Frances R. McCarthy .... ..... S tudent Mary E. McCarthy .... .....Student Walter F. McCreight .... ..... ........... Florence MacKay ..... Alice E. Manburg ..... .....Student .....Student Ruth Allyne Martin ..... ..... S tudent ..... Dorothy Maj il Mathews ........Student Frances R. Mathews ..... . . .Stenographer .. Elmer Owen Mattocks . .. ..... Student . . . . . . . Myer Aaron Miller ...... ..... S tudent ..... William James Morrisey ........Student Alice C. Murphy ........ ..... S tudent .......... Clara W. Nonenmacher . Anna O'D0nnell ....... Stenographer ................... . . . Student, Kings Co, Hospital, Brooklyn ..................... Margaret Mary O'Hare .... .. ................. . Elizabeth Olmstead .... .. . . . .Student ...... . . . . . . ldamae Painter ........ ..... E mp. Star-Gagette . . . Pearl H. Parfitt ......... .. . ................ . . . . Florence Lillian Parker . . . . .............. . . . . Crystal Pauline Parks .... . . .Stenographer . . Charles L. Parsons Lila E, Partridge Gladys S. Paul ..... Dorothy Peck ....... .....Student Ilfffskitkielqtff.. Gladys S. Peck ......... ...Stenographer .. Helen Gertrude Pierce .... Student Page 1491 Student ................... .... Student ................... .... Address 670 Dickinson St. 307 Franklin St. 734 Riverside Ave. C35 W. Water St. Deceased 453 Mt. Zoar St. 728Vz Winsor Ave. 1319 Pratt St. 408 Penna. Ave. Elmira College Ridgebury, Pa. 757 John St. 603 Hoffman St. 807 Johnson St. 1305 Pratt St. 345 Irvine Place Big Flats 1127 Lake St. St. Bonaventure, N. Y. 804 E. Market St. 533 460 QIO 530 916 Thompson St. Sullivan St. VValnut St. W. Clinton St. Johnson St. 216 Home St. Pine City 355 E. Warren St. 608 Park Place 313 W. Sixth St. 719 Livingston St. 1300 Lake St. 404. Euclid Ave. 548 S. Main St. IISI Lake St. 609 John St. 835 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y 526 W. Washington Ave. 2000 Davis St. 355 216 508 755 413 557 W. Sixth St. South Ave. Madison Ave. E. Church St. W. Fifth St. Maple Ave. 806 Winsor Ave. 3 Sylvester Place 708 Winsor Ave. 107 Madison Ave. 600 W. Washington Ave. 1001 Davis St. 536 Lyon St. 650 Beecher St. 713 Park Place 409 63 1 802 William St. Maple Avenue Perine St. 649 Penna. Ave. 79 Liberty St, 68 Sheldon Court, Ithaca, 1225 Lake St. 1301 Lake St. E. Thurston St. 366 E. Thurston St. 753 E. Market St. N. Y.. "'6'f2e Archive"-1923 Name Occupation . . . .... Emp. Werdenberg . . . Doris Elizabeth Pitts .... Helen Miriam Ritchie . . . ..., .............. . . . . Frances Clute Roberts .... .... S tudent Harold Charles Pillman Gladys Irene Rushmore Kathryn Vera Schmidt ....Student ... .... Student ... Helen Louise Scott ..... .... S tudent .. . Walter R. Shafer, Ir, ................... .. Emma L. Sheehan ........ .... ........................ .... Thelma Irene Shepard .... .... E mp. F. M, Howell . Lillian Kinyon Snyder .... .... ,..................... Marian Augusta Snyder Minnie J. Stadelmaier .... Thomas I. Stapleton .... . .. ............. . .. Helen Esther Stine ..... Dorothy C. Stoddard .... Paul M. Stone ....... Harry Hohn Stowe ..... Walter Garrie Suffern .... Kathryn M, Sullivan Charles E. Tallman .. ........Clk., Main St. Book Store ....Student ... ....Student .. . .Student . . . ....Student Irving I. Tatelbaum ...... .... ........... Margaret B, Thompson .... Student Clara Tingley .......... Anna Tobias ......... Charlotte H. VanWie .. Helen F. Vockroth ...... Richard P. Voorhees Dorothy Elizabeth Watt S Kenneth Earl Weir ....... .... E mp. Second Nat'l Bank ........ E. Althea Wetsel ....... ....Teacher . . . .Stenographer . . . . . .Stenographer . . . . . .Stenographer . . ....Student Richmond B. White ..... .... P ainting Contractor . N. Thelma White ......... ........................ Gordon McClave Wilbur ........ Student ............ Gail Williamson .......... .... S tudent . . . Florence L. Willis ....... . . . .Student . . . William Henry Winner . . . .... Student . . . 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