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

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Jeri, Dear E. F . A. Our beizrzir UNH' well grieve, .Sill .man In pare from tlvee, Beet dear ole! Jebaal, believe, We're true ezlwizy. True lweartf am! freemlf well-met, Tig elmzrwf are with uf yet, Nor emi we e'er forget Fair E. F. A. T H i E INETEEN TWENTY EIGH Pieniiflneii by TIIE SENIOR CLASS OF ELMIRA FREE ACADEMY ELN4IRA, NEW YORK 0 MATURITY Behind the bill ei .rpiril livefj She rnnkef my wise eenze brick ro rneg Yee, tlonff the wealth the Jpiril giver, Our jayf returned in 77Z6l7ZOIj', " 'Ti.ryon," the thinker then rejzlief, Befznfifnl living never elier. Q ,,.., U -WA, , . , W. . '7"y'5f. ' ,gm 2-Q' ?-sf-1 '-Qui' ?Ee:c1-Q:-16525 Exe' ?f::fI+E' 5' 3ErIE+1?j5ggg.'iE .11-:ix L 'WA 'wal , ,,, . , wg? 'Lum 2 ,fQfff5vQ3.f -E-E5-IGEHE' Ze:-Lfffr-Sf? EQ' Pe' 3'EflE+?'S' 3'Ei"lE' if 35 .' ' .QL JL. FUI 5U H1 PPL .41 . Egfii IINIIN an if CYD ,2. -31. vga xl!! Q gb WL iii C Q ill ,Q IB- ID fb fb ID NF WF if ,c. -u. 1-gf - H . LI. CL fiikh I. 1 If 16195 'V ffytfiiv R 1 ' N, ku X k I V-xx--f ZSJQJ ' C'3 gf .1 K f-, e f-we ' ' , f e-sifr effve E fx I w e ww w ere:-I all PIII In m NX ,ffl F71 3'.'x.A '21 368 iffdi' yi A. .1 'nfni F135 gui!!! KU MJ W W Q3 vii Hg Us .In 'U' 101 Ju JL kv db HI! X11 'df MI! 111 fi! fll lf! if X UC xii xy XI! YI! I 1, In fy, 'fi-'MFE' F525-lff:'P"?' lEvf?Ei'15'?f: 2-5' '15-E9lE'85' IEE? 1-."fX-IQ .'j N35 . .' .QE' .':'H' E-,mf w I P ' 1 f I v ' r X V APPRECIATION TO FRANCIS R. PARKER, OUR HONORED PRINCIPAL AND ADVISOR, WHO HAS GUIDED US SAFELY THROUGH OUR FOUR YEARS, WE EXTEND OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION Ni A,- , 1 i 'fl " ' 'Y I -1- --1-,.I, 77, , -A ' 13- ,ff 141 1 -ni,-J -!1'f 1' 'i"'r' " if--I ' 1 ""lL4:::E:Q 5 '.5:l.-In Y ,g:' L5-Zz' 11'QggfQ2rien+B4s -akamai -as " 4 ' " ,W ' 4 f ' 4 1 - . 1 4 .1-iffjgj I If-Biffeai-91v:':eIs+Afef4 -BQQBIQEQQI-,2aLsA'i-is-If,EwiHe4 'Y' lklllr Q- CIF lu! via .L ' fn PTI CNF vliv Q m 'N 109 .L , CLS III, ITL U3 ITT .L , . Hi fn lxlbfl 1, , 3 -' f2Yfi1'N KFC? xg! :flu if 'fi fi lfi JJJ-1 IQ Q GRID if 3 .L QL Salsas S-saves we Bw ara 32-.+::I: is bs-reef as mx m m m 'in'-I .-'ag 10- "Ji km Q , 5 C 3 X qs 1' if 4 l fx Iqwl'-,uv ,-.' .All W W W W df If L15 3, :Ei 40: 'U' JL-, dl. JK U! 9' W Q' tl! Il! IU Q? Ui IU U! I Y M I I 5.fTf,..,1p 4 . .4 P. 9, ,HP !--fu' r':-lugsalill AEFWFQ , i, 1, f . J .U .ff3' QI ig elaewf? anew-g ,iaaanga-alesffles f6E?E'?"i DIED CATIO WE, THE CLASS OF YZS, DEDICATE THIS BOOK TO MRS.MUNSON, WHO HAS GIVEN MUCH OF HER TIME, HER TALENT, HER STRENGTH, AND HER ENTHUSIASM TO OUR y-QI., , 1' -it-2. 1 - --g ..l,-f77 II, - 4 fy! ,I 1 11.'v!f" 611,11 1 ivifv .:- . 1 -an-:3 :::i3 - 'lAlLJZ1.l. ,, 1..- - - Les-E.-I 4 I-ulu vfiff' 22, , ,Lf ge-K' CLASS ONTIENT FACULTY CLASSES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS HERE'S HOW JOKES AND ADS 1 4 " ' -r lf 'M :4f. ,,i11SEIwS9A'Z1v.2ivll f 1 Y J 1 p.-4-- ,, Abu.-A . .4 . -. ,,, Q' .- . 7' 5, - T- . ff , 1 . An i K-N ,Ali ,x 51 V A , A A A 44 'X I Y rv' .ML ,W - , W Ari ity CZ! Fa he X T Latin ' TH IE 11928 IMHO Faculty FRANCIS R. PARKER, A.M., Principal Science DILLON A. CADY, B.S. MRS. CAROLYN B. DARLING, A.B. SILAS F. PARRY, A.B. BEATRICE GLOVER, A.M. ANTHONY A. SCHWENKLER, A.M. Mathematics HELEN M. HIBBARD, B.S. VERA M. BANGE MARGARET BRETT, A.B. MARY D. CONDON, B.S. RUTH H. GREENE, A.B. ' RUBY A. HOPKINS, A.B. MRS. MARY H. STEWART, B.S. MRS. CELIA N. STOTT, A.B. HARRIET I. WIXON, A.B. Englifb M. LOUISE GODFREY, A.B. JANE M. BIRCHARD, A.B. MARION GUILES, B.S. JOHN F.. COLGAN, A.B. MARY E. KEANE, A.B. MRS. JEANETTE P. DEUEL, A.B. GRACE E. MILLER, A.B. LOUISE K. GAMBLE, Ph. M. ALICE P. SCOTT, A.B. MARY B. GRISWOLD, A.M. MRS. GLADYS C. SMITH, A.B. Hixtary RENA ROCKWELL, A.M. KATHLEEN B. MILLER, Ph. B. MRS. CLARA D. MUNSON, A.B. MRS. MARY B. CADY, A.B. ALICE MAGENIS, A.B. Modern Language HARRIET N. KELLOGG, A.B. A M. BEATRICE ESPEY, A.B. JULIA V. BROOKS, A.B. I ISOBEL K. MARK, A.M. ESTHER E. FLYNN, A.B. HELEN F. SEKOL Penrnanxlaip MARGARET E. COLLINS GEORGE ABBOTT ROLAND GEORGE, B.P.E. ELIZABETH TASHJIAN, ANNA M. MCMAHON, Art Mufic Phjfifdl Directarx ARTHUR HIRST Home Emnomicx MRS. MARION A. BURDICK, B.S. A.B. LENA B. LOGAN, A.B. A.B. KATHERINE YOUMANS, A Salexmanxbip GRACE GRIFFITH, A.B. ALICE GRINNELL, A.B. HELEN H. RYAN HELEN HARTNETT, B.S Librarian Secretary MADELINE F. GILMOUR, A.B., B.S. MARY C. MITCHELL ,Bama U, gm flag IO ...T CLASSES TIHHE INDPQ585 IEQIHICQJ Q Senior Ojfcery ARNOLD JEROME SARA KELLY Prexident Vice-Prefidmt MARIE HURLEY FREDERICK BUTLER -fefffldfy Treafurer .ii .fflfxfx ,X,,l,.il,- I N '13 qw' 11 'c' f 74571 T L .A " 'fm-4: A,-fa . i .fr , U M, - N x, , - H V .K E Q!!-Ji5 5Q,.' ' 'Efff II ,J , ,, .-., , , 'K 'ff M V3 ll 015923 IE fC H0 HAROLD ADAMS No. II UNDECIDED "When ln oloubt df what to Jay, .ray nothing." Forum 1, 1, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Council 4, "The Echo" Staff 4. JAMES AGAN sr. CECILIA'S UNDECIDED "Silence at the proper Jeaxon if wifelom and better than any fpeechf' Interclass-Basketball 4. FRANCES ALBEE NO. II BEAVER COLLEGE "Frannie'f eyey were made for laughter. They have certainb elone their elutjf. " VERLE ARGETSINGER No. II UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN "There way a man who built hix character upon a mek." Forum3, 4,Hi-Y3, 4. EDWARD BAMBURY "A reel-heaeleel fellow that if never cron. Another natural phenomenon." Masquers 1. RICHARD BARTLETT NO. 7. UNDECIDED "Dick haf probabb' been the eauxe of more laughs to the .rtuelentf and more allftreee to the teacherf than any other member of our clan." .wi """o'-"2"'f'T'f-9"C Ci'5Yfjx?'fTf A - ES: 153' 212151: QE: L1 I7. Vs nw I II Hi ll C9 Q 535 OSBORNE BARKER NO. 9 - UNDECIDED "Would that my tongue could utter the thoughte that arife in me." SAMUEL BARZARNICK No. 8 UNDECIDED "A tall hlonde Apollo that fhatterx ladiex' heart.r." Hi-Y 4g Basketball 4. EVERETT BENNETT No. 5 A ' UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA "I worry not for what'J the ufe, To worry horex one like the dence." Hi-Y 4 3 " The Echo " Staff 4. A CARL BERNARD 3 CANTON, PA. UNION COLLEGE "Wit if not wit, 'wit-out' me. " RICHARD BINGHAM No. 2. SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY "Although it take: Dick quite a time to accom- plifh what he .vets out to do, what he doef, he doe.r well. Hi-Y 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Forum 3, 4, Class Basket- ball 3, 4. DANIEL BRASSI NO. 5 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN "Come one, come all-thif rock Ihall fly from in l frm hafe ax Joon as I." l 'FYJT iigfjw 4, k W, L , , L.- M: I3 IQICIIQ QAJ Qi?fElJEo'GY3'W'W'eoIEll T M it ll on as it cc no . ASA BROOKS No. 4 SPRINGFIELD "Talk about your fast men! The track team certainly will mirr Ara." Hi-Y 3, 4, Life Club 1, Q., Interclass Basketball 1, 1, 3, 4, CCapt.D Track 1, 1, 3, 4, Forum 3, Varsity Football 4. DORIS BRUNER No. II ALBANY sTATE COLLEGE "We'a like to tellyou rome of her marks, hut we'tl hate to make you jealouff' Masquers IQ Harmony Club 2., Agora 3, 4, Glee Club 4. JOHN BURKE DANSVILLE, N. Y. UNDECIDED "IJ there anything john ean't ao? Be it leading an organization, managing a year hook, or ile- hating, we think not." Forum 3, 4, CPres.D Hi Y 3, 4, Student Council 4, Business Manager "The Echo" 4, Varsity De- bate 4. RUTH BURKE No. 4 ELMIRA COLLEGE ",Ytua'y + hrainr. Wow.f What a combination." Student Council 4, Harmony Club LQ Agora 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Girl Reserves 4. LORETTA BURNS sr. PATRICKYS ELMIRA COLLEQE "How quietly flowr the river toward the rea, yet it alwayr reaches its aertinationf' Agora 1, 7., 3, 4. FREDERICK BUTLER sr. PATRICK,S oEo1zoErowN UN1vERs1TY "Rare compouna' of oddity, frolick, ana' fun, Who relisher a joke and rejoice: in a pun." Hi-Y 3 4, Masquers 1, 7., 3, 4, Forum 4, Class Treasurer 4, Orchestra 1, 2., BQ "Full House" Cast 4, Varsity Debate 4. f-,. rr 14 'IVIHIIE HWS IECCJHHOP MILDRED CADECK No. 1 coR'rLAND NORMAL 'ABreather there a man with soul Jo dead Who never to himfelf hath raid, I'd give two hitr for that hlonde head!" S. S. S. 1, 1, Agora 4. BETTY CARR N0 5 BEAVER COLLEGE "Berg haf heen a loyal and enthnfiaftie memher of our clam and the honor of the Jehool always haf her interert. " Class Secretary 3, "The Echo" Staff 4. ELEANOR CHAMBERS sr. PATRICK'S SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY "Eleanor helievef that idlenefr earner Jin. She if never idle for one moment." Masquers 1, 1, 3, Agora 1, 7., 3, 4g "The Echo" Staff 4. MARY COKE No. II A HIGHLAND HosP1TAL "Good nature if the proper fail npon which virtue ,grow.r.". HELEN COTTON N0 I UNDECIDED "Helen .rtartr the fad.r of E.F.A. with her ear ring: and coy hraidf. What next Helen? We'll 4 try anything once." y HELEN CREIGHTON sT. PATRICK s UNDECIDED Fate ,giver uf parentrj choice giver nr friendf. Student Council 1, 1, Agora 3, 4g Class Vice- Prcsident 1, 1. D, I IE Us-22123 rv. 1. .. ,mr 15 I Hll Il we E HZ ce IIE ' ELIZABETH CROWLEY No. 8 HIGHLAND HOSPITAL "BetU liked our clam .ro well that Ihe decided to wait and graduate with uf. " GEORGE CUNNINGHAM No. 4 UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO "Hold the fort,-I'nz earning." Orchestra I, 1. JAMES DECKER No. 4 sYRAcUsE UNIVERSITY "Such good looking fellowf never .rtay Jingle." Hi-Y 2., 3, 4 CSecretary and Treasurerj. JOHN DEISTER NO. I P.G. "The :nan who wine if the rnan who ioorkf, Who neither lahor nor trouhle Jhirkm. " Interclass Basketball 4. GLOVER DELANEY sT. PATRICK'S P.G. "For the part two yearx Glover haf led Student Council like a General. We want to add that we hope all hif children have rnegaphoneurf' Student Council I, 1, 3, 4 CPresident 3, 4Dg Class President IQ Athletic Council 3, 4, Masquers I, 1, 3, 4, Masquers Play Cast I, Q., 4, Ithaca Play Cast 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 4. GEORGE DICKINSON sT. PETER AND PAUL,S sT. BONAVENTURE "A haxhful hoy it he, ay Jhy af can he found. 1 He will not he where there are girly around l ...w--,T.-R ffsS3T...: S . , M-H - -rv H-my js N ..""..ij f "" me Eii:5E11.tfiQiiIQL l I6 ff- V l -w ,e 4 L, - f-R .5-'1, .vI'3f'7g,',+.s-,fe-I,i'igyW3 ll If TD I1 L99 S233 IE C W. ff S9 l l KENNETH DIMON NO. I BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY "May had luck follow you the rext of your life and never, never catch up with you." VICTOR DONALDSON No. 5 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ' 'Notlaz y, jun' tired and Jujfering from a relapfe. " Hi-Y 41 JAMES DRAPER No. I UNDECIDED "PleaJure if the onbf nohle end to which all - human power should tend FRANK EDSON No.1 I SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY "We ojjfer a prize to anyone who ever Jaw Frank Jeriouf. 'Healfo ha.r the happy faculgf of making friends and 'keeping them. " A Student Council 35 Hi-Y 4. HAROLD EPSTEIN 1 No. 8 SYRACUSE UNIVERSIATY "A laugh if worth a hundred cgroanx in any market." Forum 1, 3, 4, Masqucrs 3, 4, Vindex 3, 4. JOHN ESPEY . No. II ARIZONA "WE expect to fee john return for hi.r diploma 1 with a ten-gallon hat from the Wert." 1 Hi-Y 4, Forum 4. ' Jff-xx fl it Iiifvteefveq .fe C 17 . , ,--,, . , .E ..-.,-,.. V -1 ff- .- I'2"""' ' .""' " 1 , , 4, ,. , -f . , Y ,I .sat gn, r 2 X 4 -. I1 1,4 M 4 'E J. 14 fn Q, V, .,. ,,. K W .. 5 fm , 45 VQJ-: X:-we Ii, 1 ll ll io, Ii KJ af. up Lf T. 3, w 5 3,1 Wrl, - .,4g,g,,,I1f5 2 l STEWART ESPEY No. 8 UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER "MiJchief, thou art afoot Take what courxe thou will." Orchestra I, 7., 3, 45 School Band 1, 3, 4. FRANCES FAY NO. 8 HORSEHEADS TRAINING ScHooL "A girl of some Tense talkx little and li.rten.r much." HELEN FERGUSON No. 2. MEEKERyS BUSINESS INSTITUTE "I ani not of the talking Jort. My a'eea'J Jpeak for ine. " Agora 3, 45 Girls Reserves 4 CPresidentDg Glee Club 4, Masquers 45 "Full House" Cast 4. BERNICE FRENCH No. 8 MANSFIELD STATE COLLEGE "She let her looker at random wander Which heained from thofe ileluiling eye.r." HENRY GRONER No. 5 RENSSELAER I1oLY'rEeuN1c INST. "A Jteain hoiler without a control valve. We attrihute it to hix rea' hair." Science Club 1, Q.. MARY GROVE No. 5 DICKINSON COLLEGE "A combination of work ana' play ie delightful- Maijy if delightful." Editor-in-chief of "The Echo", Student Council 3, 45 CVice-Presidentlg Class Vice-President 3, Agora. I. . "'x,,,..,, Un M, , 1" at " ,. E91-4 1- , - 475: 1 .V :C I I . :Mug-, V 1 ., tile 5. sl -,v 2 -' QI " ' V 5 f'fJ'z- T. 51. -Y' li' llcln' V, A, ,, 11,4 ,, 1.E.I,i?:15l:,: ,,-. ' xg, ,::,, 1.4- 18 ' 1 ilu la ll 952 653 lE C 3,.,..Qlv..f,.Qxaia ELEANOR GRYCZKA sT. CASIMIR'S ELMIRA COLLEGE "A cheerful worker and a mighg' good pal." Agora 1, 7., 3, 4. FRANCIS GUMOSKI 1 ST. CECILIA S UNDECIDED "I Jtand at the brink of a great career. Will Jomebody pleafe give rne a .rhove?" MARSHA HAMILTON No. II P.G. "We wonder why Marmha ha.r never joined Agora. She ha.r .rhown her powerx of debating in .reveral cla.rJe.r." Harmony Club IQ Class Basketball zg Varsity Basketball 3g Mandolin Club 1, BQ Glce Club 4Q - Orchestra 4. , MARY ALICE HAMILTON No. 5 e ELMIRA COLLEGE "AJ noilry, full of fun, and jolb' af a district .rchool let out to play." CHARLES HEAXT No. 5 P.G. "Never trouble trouble 'till trouble troublexyou. " LENORA HEIM No. 7. UNDECIDED "Whatever ix worth doing at all, if worth doing well." L 5'-:4Q -'1+'ft:i'g""J'?iE5fi".Q: .,,...J,.--- Vx' .. 3 c .l ,F Qs, ,,' -1 L.. 4-aff, .-Q zu, ffm ,. U fzj Efjgilfllf 1 Q lf? I9 :iQ1g,,T.iITTT3'Ti""i7:"ft A-'73-f-1 . , 1, E T , ,V ' --":""' If T'+"T' H jf, A' lf ll ll. ll '99 li. Il QIQ .Uu.e.'i1e I A,efiY1Efr.Lofif,2L."-, ELIZABETH HIBBARD No. 5 MANSFIELD STATE COLLEGE "Occupation if one great xouree of enjoyment." Agora 1, 1. LENOX HOLLENBECK SOUTHPORT CORNERS UNDECIDED "If he haf any faulty, he has left uf in douht. At leaft, in four yearr, we could not fnd 'em out." RUTH HOPPER No. II ELMIRA COLLEGE "Ruth if one of there confcientiouf workerf who aocomplioh much." Agora 3, 44 Glee Club 4, Girl Reserves 1, 2., 3, 4, Harmony Club 7. EARL HORNBECK NO. I P.G. "Earl if a good ftudent. He knowr when to he feriouf and when to he merry." Vindcx 3 , 4. l ALICE HOWE NO . 5 UNDECIDED "lt if the hright and cheerful .rpirit that win.r the fnal triumph." Student Council 3 CSecretaryj. ELEANOR HOWELL CHEMUNG, N. Y. ELMIRA COLLEGE "There if nothing in the world Jo irrefistihbf oon- tagiouf ar laughter and good humor." mf:5ff'-"ff iff? if 1 gfii '?q.iTi.-fff:,Ql U 7.0 7 . . -1- 423,71 f gp 114 -1 , I It-J,QEI.eI G 3 I ul ll 11 QD LOUIS HUGHES ST. PETER AND PAUL'S I COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY "Will there ever he another Academy rtudent who can quite equal Louie in drawing? He certainbf if a ,geniuf at it." Masquers I, 1, 3, 4CTI'C2.Sl1I'CI' 3, 4D, Vindex I, 1, 3, 4CASSlSt2lI1t Editor 3, 4D, Forum 1, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Interclass Basketball 3, 4. FRANCIS I-IUNTLEY No. 5 BUCKNELI. UNIVERSITY "FranciJ .rhould he Prerident of the D.L. Sc W. CDelay, Linger and WaitD." Orchestra I, 1, 3, 4, School Band 1, 3, 4. MARIE HURLEY sT. PATRICK'S UNDECIDED "Marie doe: not hurry, I Nor Iit up late to cram, Nor have the blues, nor worry, - , Yet-.rhe pa.r.reI her examxf' Masquers I, 1 CSecretaryD 13, Agora I, 1, 3, 4, Class Secretary 4, "Penrod" Cast I "The Echo" Staff 4. MARION IVES NO. I ELMIRA COLLEGE "A perron in earnert findy meanf, or if he can not find, createf them." Harmony Club I , LQ Glee Club 45 Girl Reserves 4. ARNOLD JEROME N0 . I , YALE UNIVERSITY "Back of every undertaking there murt he a hrain. No one will dispute the fact that Arnold har hrainy and -he har proved himcelf capahle of hir many undertaking. ' ' ' Class President 4, Varsity Debate 3, 4, Vindex 1, 3, 4'-CBusiriess Manager 3, 4D, Student Council 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3 , Forum I , 1, 3, 4, Masquers CAROLYN JORDAN HENDY AVENUE MECHANIC S INST. OF ROCHESTER "CaroUn doe.rn't hefitate to cultivate a tafte for thingf that tend to educate." Student Council 4, "The Echo" Staff 4, "Full House" Cast 4, Masquers 4. l fil g fgglg 311 llilfl-Q'-'7fM.TS'hikTffi-173f.Qf ,' f Q -I 1 , ,,., , , , no af-37 ll HU Us lLc9lQ1S5 Ir. if IH: Q35 iff1.f,,geZYiiefazli l SAMUEL KAHN No. I UNDECIDED ' 'The deed I intend if great, But what ar yet, I know not." HARRY KELLY SHINGLE HOUSE, PA. UNIVERSITY or MICHIGAN "All the ,great men are dying. I do not feel well inyfelff' "The Echo" Staff 4, Orchestra 1, 3. SARA KELLY ST. CECILIA'S SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY "It if due to .S'ara'r untirincg efforts that the "Vindex" haf enjoyed one of itr most .rurrerrful yearr. Class Vice-President 4, Class Secretary I , 1, Agora I, 1, 3, Masquers I, 1, 3, Vindex 3, 4CEClltOI'-lI1- Chiefl. ROBERT LARKIN ST. CECILIA,S GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY " 'Boh ir a fellow who will accoinplirh great thingy quietly and without .rhow." Forum I, 1. IRENE LEVINE No. II SMITH COLLEGE "Many receive advice hut only the wire proft hy ir. Agora 3, 4, Glee Club 4. FRANCIS LEWIS No. 1 CLIFTON SPRINGS SANITARIUM "True merit, like a pearl , reinainf quiet until it jindr an opening." Girl Reserves I, 1 Cfreasurerj 3 QSecretaryD 4 I CVicc-Presidentyg Agora 3, 4. l I t -M-.-M-. , . .H-.W . aff .e trys-ITG 2.1.1 2.7. TTf:.'f3:T15'.:7'1?:C.'35"'v' , -. .1 T... .. 1 -. ffgfq-'-i"?5F"''hGf2'wf5s'T"'f"E4S- y l ,ffl QL1 4 P KL' 1 Tllxll Cf F Lf' CJR.. if .mC,ls.T'n1Yf.-.T ' l. I' I ,c I . ,l L. 1 :gill EsQ..:gQ,1aL- .an 'lslw PAULINE LEWIS I No. I BUFFALO NORMAL "It certainly doef make uf fit up and take notice when .romeone ix capable enough to graduate in three yearff' Harmony Club I, 1. DOMINIC LIMONCELLI NO. 1 UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO "It muff he Dominic thinkf that ahxence maker the heart grow fonderf' Hi-Y 4g Class Basketball 1, 3, 4 CMana.gerD. CATHERINE LINBERGER ELMIRA HEIGHTS Q UNDECIDED 'ACatherine'J hrown eyef and hair are the enoy of the Senior girly." FREDERICK LINBERGER ' ELMIRA HEIGHTS CORNELL UNIVERSITY "Freddie came from the Heighff hecauxe he liked the girly at E.F.A. New laugh." Hi-Y 4. ' FRANCIS LOOP NO. I UNDECIDED "Never let your Jtudief interfere with your education. " - Track 3. I MARGARET MALLON ST. PATRICK,S UNDECIDED "AJ idle df a painted fhip upon a painted Tea." 1151" ""' "Ti "' "TT"-'..',' " 51:1 :ITT-h'TT?'Tvi I ww- Y. .sw I .fi fw .ag 3 fl IXHD H1 T Egg' 'gif F I'QYAlILQi:i5, 2-3 ik I 'V-nf-,xf',J"9' 'f'Q,"2'Jl I. I sw I3 if '14, .Jw My G3 'T 1 is ff-xl lfffff?-2.3-'g-gyswf-.:51:xQ'EAa5EG'Yvm-'ni-3 .vinyl fl-.'5..f f.i',7xf?I.L-.i'.'S.Qf El ll ,l ll I IL lid 31 IQJ fl ij' ','IllhfP,A,i girl? Q1 f3,,g+,,. l l - FRANCIS MANNING ST. PATRICK,S UNDECIDED "PerfiItency if the thing that winf more than any other one thing." EVANGELINE MCCANN No. II MEEKER,S BUSINESS INSTITUTE "Attempt the end, and never Jtand to donht, Nothingk Jo hard but Jearch will jind it out." MARY MCCANN ST. PETER AND PAUL,S ELMIRA COLLEGE "Mary if a hard worker who rai.re.r no daft. She deferoer everything nice that can he raid ahont her. " "The Echo" Staff 45 Harmony Club 1, 35 S.S.S. 1, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 3, 45 Agora 45 Class Basket- ball 1. CATHERINE MCGOUGH ST. PATRICK,S UNDECIDED 'Qnietnefr-that low fweet root From which all worldly oirtuef Jhootf' Agora 1, 1, 3, 45 Masquers 4. MIRIAM MCINERNY ST. PATRICK'S ELMIRA COLLEGE "We like yon lotf for what yon are Befidef all thif, we like your ear." Agora 1, 3, 45 Masquers 45 Class Basketball 1. CHARLES MEEKER No. IO UNDECIDED "One of thofe Jilent, qniet, he-men." Orchestra 1, 3. i ., ....,-.. ..., ,,---...1-,,,-,., H1 ?71,Em,....--..-...... ,. ff- 1: fr,"-m,ff Qrfsasxaf' 'I I If 1 tif? 7-4 --1--rm .--f rf , ,. , , ,W f ,li .Qi .V -5 e's"m+'Ci':'+"T"??3'7?57 WT' I' Tf 4 fm fl ww ,j 1, uf- ,W fag-Y"'1-1 ff V ZsQ?is122ff1521l1Mvff'ifi.g2'15i .U U 11.1 H W il lg if 'U's.:LzLf.l3Q3vu1mQ42fLm-5 mis MILDRED MESSIMER No. 5 ELMIRA COLLEGE "To he ejficient in a quiet way, That ix my aim throughout each day." CAROL MILLER NO. 4 ROCHESTER DENTAL DISPENSARY . 'A.S'he Jmiled for the .rake of Jmiling, And laughed for no reason but S. S. S. 1, 7., 35 Girl Reserves 7., 3, 45 Class Basket- ball 1, 1, 35 Agora 4. EVELYN MINARD No. II ELMIRA COLLEGE "Age cannot wither her, nor cuftom Jtale her in- jinite variety." ' - Vindex 7., 35 "Full House" Cast 4. GEORGE MINKLER ' No. 4 UNDECIDED "Better a dumh mouth than a hrainleu Jleullf' e Student Council 4. MARY MONKS ST. CECILIA,S SETON HILL COLLEGE "It if juft such optimiftic people a.r Marg' that make the world go Wound." Agora. 3, 45 Student Council 3. THOMAS MONKS s'r, CECILIA,S GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY "We hear that Tom i.r going to he a doctor. His .runny smile and difporition ought to win for him many patient: Forum 1, 1. , -a"ffY'x J W L 1 ff'. . V -- -4--Y j - 15 n uf, W. . . . .-, , .. 4- xl Q, T4-I-. To Ii W,--V 5, . ze ,Jw :MCI ...wma X lf, 'Io IL ll H w f"5g.s7.i.'1.?l s.Ri?.fx5:-eil JEAN MORSE No. 4 UNDECIDED "jean adores Jchool..I'he would neoer 'Chuck' it." MARGARET O'LAUGHLIN ST. PATRICK'S PACKER HOSPITAL "With her tnzile, her red hair and her quiet, denture way, Margaret ought to he a hit with the patientff' Agora 4. RALPH OLIVER NO. 5 CINCINNATI UNIVERSITY "Ralph if quite the Jheik on and off the Jtage. He revealed unfufpeeted talent in Marguery' last play." Hi-Y 45 Class Basketball 45 Masquets 45 "Full House" Cast 4. GRACE PALMER No. II P.G. "What .runfhine il to flowerx, Irnilex are to humanity." Agora I, 1, 3 CVice-PresiclentD 45 Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4CSCC1'CtaI'yDQ Glee Club 4. BERNARD PALTROWITZ No. I COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY "With Juch a ,renile and perxonalitjf, Bernard will aecornplifh great things." Banjo Coub 1, 3g Interclass Basketball 3. HELEN PARNALL No. 8 STETSON UNIVERSITY "Kim me Folly, hug me Mirth,' Life withoutyou 'J nothing worth. " Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Interclass Basketball I, 1 Masquets 1, 3, 45 "Full House" Cast 45 "The Hour Glass" Cast 35 Athletic Council 4. 1 .V - 7 :gi-J ," ,. ,J ffl..-05' I-"VC .fi"J?wIf.f:g5'i'LLwf1 l '.Q.1.flEQ,I 5 QW 16 - Gt. -. '. F -1 ,.. 1- , .,- - -, ,-'Y e- f--W X 1, ,,1C'f5,Y1y-ski? ., ,Z W, 44 UNI., Q. ,.- F . ,N I, .V If 3 : - A - 11 -I 1 1 1 .fa 4 1 f f I -L 1, . f ,. .1 . 1 ' . . 1 '.' 'IC 1' .fahflv-.' f ' 1.1 L., .1 1 L f t 1 --.1 .Lv '41 GEORGE POWELL I No. 8 UNDECIDED "Our deedr determine uf or much df we determine our deedr." Band IQ Orchestra 1. JOSEPHINE PRALL No. II ELMIRA COLLEGE "foe ir Jo oery modert you would never rurpect the power of her intellect." Girl Reserves 1, 2., 3, 4g Harmony Club 1.5 Agora 3, 4 Cfreasurery. KATRINE PRECHTL s.G.s. ELMIRA COLLEGE "The mummier of old Egypt look wire and my ' nothingff . Agora 3, 4, Girl RCSCYVCS-41 WILLIAM REYNOLDS No. II , PRINCETON "Too had Princeton doe.rn't know uhout Bill'J efficiency und the cuputibf of hi: hruin. Weure :ure they would exempt him from the College Bourd Exumrf' Hi-Y 4, Vindcx 1, 1, 3, 4 CAssistant Editor 41. LOIS RICHMOND No. 1 CONNECTICUT coLLEGE f "Lair if gifted with having hoth un unforgetuhle . perfonuligf and hruine which ohtuin u permunent . pluce on the Honor Roll for her." RUTH ROBINSON NO. II . UNDECIDED "My crown if culled content. A crown that Jeldom kingy enjoy." S.S.S. 1, 15 Class Basketball 1, Q., 3. ?FI'47"" , 4 F Tilt p 7-7 "M 1 W 1' f'f5m.1,.5Y!1'.s ,-"5 H '-mf. .Jgg,w,,q,,.V.s,-5 , 1 , -we , - I M Il W TE G U I.fi1lEZ.iil1.Qf1.ti'f.I2ffleaseQ CLARIBEL ROCKWELL HENDY AVENUE WELLS COLLEGE "When you hear a giggle right in the middle of the mo.rt Jolemn clan, you can make up your mind it'f Clarihelf' Mandolin Club Q., 35 Student Council 35 Varsity Basketball 4. HELEN ROHEL sT. CECILIA,S ALBANY STATE COLLEGE 'IS' mall? Yer! But how high her knowledge roars. " Agora 3, 4 CPresidentD5 Girl Reserves 3, 4 CTrea- surcrD5 "The Echo" Staff 45 Girls Debate 4. HERMAN ROSEN NEW YORK CITY UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN "The majority of men are perfect. Take me for example." ELMER RUSSELL No. 4 UNDECIDED " 'Are you theahf How well we rememher thefe wordf. WE eertainb are glad that Elmer haf heen with uf." "Full House" Cast 45 Masquers 4. DOROTHY SCHOONOVER NICHOLAS, N. Y. UNDECIDED "T'.r nice to he natural, when you are naturalbf nice." CECIL SHULMAN NO. I SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY "To him the world if a .rtage and all the playf thereon are eomediesrf' Forum 45 Masquers 3, 45 Masquers' Plays 3, 45 Orchestra I, 1, 3g Band 2., 3. ,, A-If-f7Tf:fjS?fg:f7 , 'xmjliffgk QQ ii? 7.8 mi 'tm IE woo memo GRETCHEN SINGERHOFF sT. CECILIA'S NEW YORK HosP1TAL "How I looe to wind my mouth up, How I love to let it go." V "Full House" Cast 4, Masquers 4. PAUL SMITH No. IO UNDECIDED "For information wife or otherwioe, we refer you to Paul. " Class Basketball 4, Hi-Y 4. WILLIAM SNYDER NO. 7. CARNEGIE TECHNICAL "We think it',r a perfect Jhame that Jomething had to interfere with Bill'.r growth." NICHOLAS SPETACINNO No. 5 COLUMEIA UNIVERSITY "My tongue within my lip.r I rein, For who talkf much, mutt talk in vain." ' Interclass Basketball 1, 2., 3, 4, Orchestra 3.4 ELIZABETH STODDARD sT. PATRICK'S ELMIRA COLLEGE ' . "Someday I think I'll try A To do some awful .rhoeking thing, So folkf won't think me thy." - - Masquers 1, LQ Agora 1, z,3, 4 CVice-Presidcntj. EDNA STRONG No. II E CORNELL UNIVERSITY "Can .rhe cook? And how! just wait till the getf her degree of 'Bachelor of Cookie.r'." Harmony Club 1, 2., Glee Club 45 Masquers 15 Girl Reserves 1, 1, 3, 4, Agora 3, 4 CSecretaryj. - '-'M'-ei-1l-'- 'ffl 2.51 'ei-1' --... get '5ief g3EZ5i33'ii Aa like Qs' 7-9 r - -.. -..-..C . 71. 4, ..-. ,,.,.4, ?,,1 YZF4- V - . .N -, H .. H' - I ",,f-gm'-4 1e:7"r'7.-ff-fr, 4 Liv 1 fr' 1. It It , Vx H-'IF' HC .-'X ffmfsww , ,T ,f , .. , A, .5 , LW , , h M 3 , hiffift,ffFflvfsiltlifl'-leg.. ll .I I I, :ll L I1 U figcifff il-L JOSEPH SULLIVAN sr. CECILIA'S UNDEc1DED " f oe helieoef that much :tally is a wearineu of the jleJh." Hi-Y 3, 4Q Varsity Football Q., 4. ALLEN SWIFT No. II SYRACUSE UN1vERs1TY "Al Jure is 'Jwift' when it comet to winning laurelx on the Track." JAMES TERPOLILLI No. 8 UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER "A little man, anelyet I trow, That little man can rai.re a row." MADELINE THOMAS No. II ELMIRA COLLEGE "Quip: and cranlu and wanton wilex Wreathe her face in witching smiley." Vinclex 1, 3, 4. LOLETA TOTI NO. II MECHANICS INST. OF ROCHESTER "Whatever Loleta undertake: to do, you can he very fare that it if going to he olone to the very bert of her ahiligff' Vindex Staff 3 , 4g Glce Club 4Q Student Council 3 5 "The Echo" StaFf4. MARY UNWIN No. II P.G. To Jtop her irrexiftihle good humor, you may at well try to Jtop the tide." Harmony Club 7.5 Varsity Basketball 3. u , f Y fxx, ,, s.el. , W, tsn,tt ., ,. .tQ?,o-,s-L,-,., A ' 12'L'... W Ky, 'X-I17"',,k1.., 'I 115 ' 1 ..,?',Xl'ff"' lilo 'Q 'I ' ' '2cQ3Efw25iizQsff 30 JQETHE 11928 ECHO E W ELEANOR WELLES A BIG FLATS, N. Y. BEAVER COLLEGE "The world were not .ro hitter hut your .rmile and humor would make it bright." Glee Club 4. RICHARD WEST No. II HAMILTON COLLEGE "I'll not confer with .rorrow 'till tomorrow, But joy shall have her way thix very day." Hi-Y 4g Masqucrs 1. IN MEMORIAM RUTH E. BENNETT GLADYS E. HANLEY ,FfN. 31 9 if ' ':'4-E.F?Q?7IF7', tw ""' T Tj 1 4' .1 ra f- I-1:1 Wikia. ' A 'Q ll Ill in I fa Q 55,5 it im iw CLASS HISTORY In the fall of 191.4 the Class of '18 assembled for the Hrst time. "Innocence is bliss" seemed to be our motto, for a peculiar greenish halo, invisible to ourselves but, strange to say very noticeable to the upper classmen seemed to surround us. We managed however, to get up spunk enough to organize our class and elected the following as oflicers: President, Glover Delaney, Vice-President, Helen Creighton, Secretary, Sara Kelly, and Treasurer, Thomas Danaher. Miss Condon was our Patron-Saint. The only social event of the year in which the Freshmen were included was the "Freshman Get-Together Party" where we proudly ap eared, accompained by our parents whom we introduced to our teachers and fellow ciass-mates. During the course of the even- ing the play "The Knave of Hearts" was given by members of the Masquers Dramatic Society under the direction of Miss Quinlin. We spent the rest of the year studying. At last we became Sophomores and were privileged to look down upon the Frosh. Because we so thoroughly enjoyed looking down upon these mere infants, as well as looking up to our elders, the Juniors and Seniors We did not accom lish much for our- selves. As far as doing anything-well, we just didn't. We retaine the officers of our Freshman year and went blissfully on our way. Crash! Bang! The energy which we had surpressed as Freshmen and Sophomores burst forth in all its glory. It seemed to be a period of renaissance. Indeed, we were a class to be reckoned with Qat least the Seniors thought sol Harlan Griswold as President of our class led us through a very successful year. The other officers were: Vice-President, Mary Grove, Secretary, Betty Carr, Treasurer, Arnold Jerome. Miss Birchard as Patron-Saint guided us through our successful year. Our first social event of the year was the Junior Hop which was a great success in every way. As Christmas drew near we remembered the poor with Christmas dinners, which proves that we were charitable as well as sociable. Our Senior rings, which we decided to have in our Junior year that we might have longer to enjoy them, arrived in February. The rest of the year we worked hard and dreamed of becoming Seniors. At last we were Seniors. No upperclassmen reminded us of our humbleness. Our election of officers was the first chance we had to meet as Seniors. To Arnold Jerome was conferred the honor of President of the class. Sara Kelly was chosen as Vice- President, Marie Hurley as Secretary, and Frederick Butler as Treasurer. Mrs. Munson, who has given an unlimited amount of time to helping our class was chosen as our Patron-Saint. At Christmas time we sold Greeting car s to fill our meagre treasury. It was not, however, until March that we had a social function. We side stepped the usual custom and held our Senior Dance in the school gymn. The dance,including orchestra, refreshments, decorations, and marvelous floor was enjoyed and also proved a financial success. But many social events have yet to be enjoyed. Events that only the Seniors can attend such as the Senior Banquet, Senior Picnic etc. And so we ended our four years. It is with a pang of regret that we close this short history for we realize only too well that the end of this four years means the end of our school life at E.F.A. .Y,-,, , ...,..,. . .-.-...., . .i E Jw,-4.-f----A----v----H - ' . QW, , ,. , . .. . Wt" .71 s '. at Y " ff ,L 33' i-ic'f'.kL "'- 'riff f!H.."2-'ISV' .Ll +15an..fmr...m.atauJZ as - we S 4 F ' , .,,,.,. ... ., .,,,M,.,.,,,7i,4 .,.,.,i.,-,...,-.....,.M1 32. f"" -an W -A-1 ft 1 . .. . 54235599GLS?f,7Iea,Qi5,Y5ff.i?ff, In Iii, Q 9:1 922 F 1:-i,f,ff' I SENIOR COMMITTEES RING AND PIN MARSIIA HAMILTON, Chairman Mary Unwin Charles Meeker Richard Bingham ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE James Decker Betty Carr William Reynolds Jean Morse Frances Albee SENIOR DANCE Decorationr EVERETT BENNETT, Chairman William Reynolds Richard West Bernice French Refrerhmentr Evelyn Minard V Madeline Thomas Door Paul Smith Frank Edson Maria ' Cecil Shulman Armanda Shora Pahlicitjf Carolyn Jordan james Decker Jean Morse SENIOR DAY . Harold Adams Doris Bruner James Agan Mildred Cadeck Verle Argetsinger Helen Creighton George Cunningham SENIOR RECEPTION VICTOR DONALDSON, Chairman Frank Edson - Nicholas S taccino Alberta Stebbings Madeline 'lpliomas Eleanor Gryczka Irene Levine . Allen Swift Richard West SENIOR PLAY DOMINIC LIMONCELLI, WILLIAM SNYDER .... Burinerr ROBERT LARKIN, GEORGE MINKLER, STEWART ESPEY . . Stage HELEN PARNALL ......... Properly Urherr Asa Brooks Catherine Linberger Eleanor Howell Elizabeth Stoddard Marion Ives Loretta Burns Pauline Lewis John Deister Frederick Linberger fnnior Committeey QF Clary Q' I928 RING AND PIN EVERETT BENNETT, Chairman Charles Meeker Richard Bingham Sara Kelly Mary Unwin JUNIOR HOP JEAN MORSE, Chairman Walter McCorkle John Burke Eleanor Chambers Richard Grant Carolyn Jordan Claribel Rockwell Richard West Marie Hurley Helen Rohel James Agan Madeline Thomas Richard Bartlett CHRISTMAS DINNERS MARY GROVE, Chairman Eleanor Howell Harold Adams , 'sfxl , an -, ,, ,.,,,W.,-,9ff' '-T-f'-"r-A-:'l aff .W f fV , X X X , r .A f"gf.JQ...,,1 Bw, ,SV f"' 'X 'H il'-s. A ,,,C9,.w.f,f1 Q' ..J' 'fx-A Evliuii 1lQi5iSQ,2ii1e'9 ?fiE2ElifiilEQS?l.Qfl:iW 33 '1 '1 Cla junior C I aff Sophomore Freshman Clan f, 2 ,. Q MARY GROVE . JOHN BURKE . MRS. MUNsoN Miss HELEN SEKOL MR. SCHWENKLER Literary Stajjt Carolyn jordan Helen Rohel Betty Carr Loleta Toti Louis Hughes Everett Bennett " The Ecko" .Ytajf . Editor-in-Chief Bzrfineff Manager . Literary Aeivifer . . Art Adviser . Barineff Advirer Bufinefs Staff Harold Adams Harry Kelly Mary McCann Marie Hurley Eleanor Chambers The Echo" Staff expresses its thanks to James Decker, Asa Brooks, Marjorie Kieffer Sara Kelly, Friend Miller, Claribel Rockwell, Ruth Burke, Ralph Oliver Arnold Jerome, and Gilbert Tingley for their articles. The Echo" Staff also wishes to thank Harold Epstein, Frederick Butler Frances Albee Helen Parnall, Glover Delaney, and Catherine Linberger for soliciting ads -.., ,- '- .., I, ., -'E ' t 41 W ff 'Q .V,f . ,-- 1 . Y, .. ' ,lla 1-YK' V L JV, ,. .265 ar A H 31 Af. ,4 t-Q. - ' VXA' b Amy. AN: ' 4i:.:lf lf' -.,'fQ1'L up-fif':"'ff'Q -3 37 -. t- Y-p.-a.. A ,- F Viiialex Staff SARA KELLY . ..... . Editor-in-Chief Afyociate Ealitorf WILLIAM REYNOLDS LOUIS HUGHES Reporterf MARJORIE KIEFFER JOHN SPLANN MADELINE THOMAS LOLETA TOTI WAYNE MCLAUD BERNARD HOLSINGER Baiirzeu Staff ARNOLD JEROME, BERTRAM BROOKS ..... Managerr RICHARD FORBES .... . . Circulation Manager Solicitor: EARL HORNBECK FRIEND MILLER HAROLD EPSTEIN With a practically " green" staff at the beginning of the year, the Vindex managed to publish a newspaper that was awarded prizes in two interstate contests. At the Eastern lnterscholastic Publications conference, the Vindex, classed with the other publications, The Style Book and the Vindex Special News Bulletins, together with the "LOG" was given honorable mention. At the Columbia Press Association con- ference at Columbia University in March, the Vindex was classed in second place in group B. This group contained newspapers from schools of 1,ooo registration. At this contest, magazines and newspapers from twenty states, the District of Columbia, Cuba, Hawaiian Islands, and Alaska were represented. During the year the Vindex edited special issues such as the six page Bingo Day paper, the Christmas issue, and the Daily Bulletin. The latter was a take-Off on yellow journalism. I v . lllil, if ' lcv? 38 Z Y if, I GLOVER DELANEY MARY GROVE . MARJORIE KIEFFEK GEORGE MINKLER George Minkler Mary Grove Marjorie Kieffer Glover Delaney Harold Adams Sara Kelly Carolyn 'lord an Student Comet!! Time in the pittzfre arc: . . Prefident . Vice-Prefidefzf . .Yecretmjv . . TFE6Z.l'llFKl' Ruth Burke Helen Rohel William Revnolds John Burke! Elvvin Spencer Arnold Jerome Bernard I-lolsinger Student Council started the year with an entirely revised constitution. The aim of the council was to be the organization in the school that was looked up to and whose authority was respected. For this reason, the council decided to supervise all student activities by requiring that every social event be sanctioned by the council before it was undertaken. Under the auspices of Student Council, a contract was signed that holds for three years, which provides for a standard ring design for the class rings. The organization sponsored the Bingo Day parade in the fall and the Bingo debate in February. A policy was adopted by the council to the effect that, if they were able, they would help any organization out of financial difliculty. The Student Council feels that it has gained in prestige and has taken its place as the advisory head of student activities in this active year. .' Y , , u, if.. J.- 39 -, W- M asa? N. l Y t .. N., '.-X-, . A RICHARD FORBES GLOVER DELANEY JAMES DECKER . MR. GEORGE . Hi-Y Prefident . . Vice-Prefident Secretary and Trearurer . . Faculty Advirer Than' in the picture are Hess Delaney Reynolds Day Jayne Edson Kimball McGrath Bennett Argetsinger Bingham Haase Donaldson Freeman Mockler Miller Hughes Wakely Butler West McCormick Oliver Limoncelli Long Holsinger Smith Weismann Shoemaker Swift Bazarnick Frederick McLaud Crowley Keeton Grant Turner Mr. George Adams Seem Decker Armbuster Wronkoski Forbes Splann Sebring The Academy Hi-Y club, which is one of the most active associations in the school, started the fall term under the capable leadership of Dick Forbes as President and Roland J. George of the faculty as adviser. During the term, more than forty new members were formally Qand informallyb initiated into the society. The club gained much prominence by entertaining the Girl's Varsity Basketball Squad at an elaborate banquet-an event quite unheard of in the past. Many interesting meetings have been enjoyed at the Weekly luncheons held throughout the year at the local Y.M.C.A. XT Q , R 1 g' , 40 .,.,Yg,t,X, i , K f "il, Q GEORGEJ. ABBOTT . Firrt Violin William Wetmore John S lann Donaldg Wright John Garey Filamena Coletta Margaret Creighton Piano . Viola Cello . . Clarinet . . French Horn . Trombone Drum . Trumpet . Trumpet . Orclzeftrei Raymond Hori gan . . Director Second Violin Marjorie Hurley Florence Johnson Minnie Cieri Florence Mclnerny Ralph Wood Alexander Dygar Marsha Hamilton . Lester Jordan . Daniel Lewis Edward O'Leary Francis Huntley . Stewart Espey .Charles Collins William Stutske Joseph Hudinski Under the direction of Mr. George Abbott, new instructor of music in E.F A the orchestra has been completely revised and is now definitely symphonic. Several new instruments have been added to last year's collection, among which are the French horn and viol. The orchestra has played for several community gatherings during the school year Their appearances have been enthusiastically received. ,3 . 'a Y . rp:if:Jml EQlL5'f.x - -V , fx fxx A, , . S'-TffQ1l-Yifnif Wiicgwnzf Mt-zritleefliiflfi drew .,, , C,,,,,,,,,, A i- .. ,. M ...M .......v,,,-..l...-,-..., -. , ...a- 4- 41 f 5 I i JE 3 Banjo Club Thou' in the picture are: Mark Sayles Kelly, F. Shaw Bickfotd Levanduski Ward Tingley Owing to a late start this year, our Banjo Club has not been able to do anything in the way of their customary entertainment at assemblies. The club has not had Mr. Knapp as their leader. However, under the leadership of Eugene Roe, a member of the club for the past four years, the Banjo Club has been dutifully practicing every week. They hope to make an appearance in assembly before the year is completed. ,,'!. -V-,- ,UYH1 1: Q 51 -. . , , , , A- LJ.-li ' """ lgaif, T, ...ll -1,,, 42. .- Glee Club Miss ALICE GRINNELL .,,.. , Director Tbore in the picture are: Emerson Mahaney White Hamilton Levine, I. Myers Barnes Shulman Ferguson Netth Palmer Ward, K. Miss Grinnell Strong Ward, M. McGreevey Burke Sweeney Goldsmith Bruner Baker Lynch Toti Anderson Cogswell Lyons Creighton, D. Fennell Solomon Hughes, D. Baker Unold Flynn Howe This year a new society has been started in the school and this new society is the Glee Club. Miss Alice Grinnell has undertaken to direct this musical organization. It is unique in that the members must attend every meeting. The Glee Club has been very active for one so new. The girls sang Christmas carols at various institutions, and also at the Auto Show. Their hrst appearance at school was made when they sang at the Christmas assembly. The most important event was a concert with the musical organizations of both the Southside and the Academy under the direction of Mr. Abbott. It is hoped that the interest in this society will be kept up as well as it has this year. 43 M6lJqM6VJ' MARJORIE KIEFFER ..... President MARIANNA FLYNN . . Secremfjf Louis HUGHES . ..... . Treasurer JOHN B. COLG AN ..... . Adviser Tlwrc in the picture are: Mark Noonan Mr. Colgan Faul Lorden Hughes, D. Flynn Ferris Kieffer Pool Hughes, L. Hutchinson Singerhoff Crowley Tatlebaum Russell Lenegan Splann Jordan Oliver French Kelly, F. Delaney Hughes, P. Kelly, T. The Masquers have again completed a successful year. At the beginning of each semester, the membership has been increased until at present there is a total registration of thirty-eight. Last December under the capable direction of Mr. Col an, Masquers presented an exceptionally hne production of "A Full House" by Frejjackson. In honor of their fine Work, the play cast was entertained at a dinner dance at the Country Club. This was so successful that a forelenten dance vvas held early in Feb- ruary under the auspices of Masquers. At the Weekly meetings held at the Steele Memorial Library, programs have been presented by the members and movements discussed. ij . li. it 44 w k , -M -......--...-.-. ...raw .,,,,a- . ...... .-...... .-..-..... .. lj - ,F -'Qc 'HTY-J -il i ff TI C' 1 y fy aj. ,R-, -que -, if' F-P 1 'Hi:'fTff C 5fii'E:Ef5'lfeCf,h?e'5:95-lfr il ll il li-J ll W 'el-' 'ie' li ll Q-Q'lhlLlf1lS'hfg.5342?':':.iis9!1'f31ifl"'5f9 Cast of "Ap Fu!! H owe" Preyented by M4z.rq14erJ' Dramatic Society Daphne . . Ned . . . Ottily Howell George Howell Miss Winnecker Nicholas King. . CLARIBEL FISKE GLOVER DELANEY HELEN FERGUSON . RALPH OLIVER CAROLYN JORDAN CECIL SHULMAN Susie . . . . GRETCHEN SINGERHOFF Parkes . . ELMER RUSSELL Dougherty FRANCIS HORIGAN MOONEY . . . FREDERICK BUTLER Clancy . . . JACK HASSETT Mrs. Flemming Mrs. Pembroke Vera Vernon . , GRETA FRENCH EVELYN MINARD HELEN PARNELL Imagine a reckless and wealthy youth who writes love letters, an attorney brother- in-law who steals them and then gets his handbag mixed up with the grip of a burglar who has just stolen a valuable necklace from the mother of the indiscreet youth, and efforts of the crook to recover his plunder, as incidents in the story of a play in which the swiftness of the action never halts for an instant. Not only are the situations screamingly funny but the lines themselves hold a fund of humor. This newest and funniest of farces was written by Fred jackson, the well known short story writer. "A Full House" is a house full oflaughs. 1, M----mf.-.. 1 . , 11 l-Z: 'X 'J -PY1'Q?fQJ.7Ql 43 J A ---f . ,, 4 I-V f,',','- xy ,S A I lyx -, ,af JAR 1 1 f .1.," X 'J ,,-' ,. N Cast of "Wedding Belly" Prerenfed by the Senior Clary Rosalie .......... JEAN MORSE Reggie Carter . . . . . . GLOVER DELANEY Marcia Hunter . . FRANCES ALBEE Mrs. Hunter . . CAROLYN JORDAN Douglas Ordway . . ELMER RUSSELL Spencer Wells . . . RALPH CLIVER JACKSON . . . FREDERICK BUTLER Hooper . . GRETCHEN SINGERHOFF Fizisaki . . . ..... CECIL SHULMAN The bells are ringing for the wedding of Reggie Carter, when out of the past pops a lovely lady to whom he had been briefly but agreeably married some time before in Santa Barbara. She lures Reggie away from his bachelor Supper, breaks up the wed- ding by tipping off the clergyman that Reggie had not been divorced, finds a new bridegroom for the bride, and the last you See of her she looks for all the World as if She were to be the one who would use that other Wedding journey ticket to Palm Beach. '31 A . -, ,V . ' '. ,gf-'fl 46 ' 1 1103 4 3,1 'wb iiifzii ,QI I 1 l I i 1 L 1 1 r, A A . '..1.f - K-A--. "-aff. Agora HELEN ROHEL . . . . . Pre.rZJe11t ELIZABETH STODDARD . . . Vice-Prerident EDNA STRONG . . . . Secretary .IOSEPHINE PRALL . . . , Trmwrer Dolus BRUNEI: . . . . . . ,tirrgemzt-at-Armr Mlss LOUISE K. GAMBLE ...... Faculty Advirer Tbarc in the picture arc: Levine, M. Shulman Hoy Bruner Palmer Miller Strong Burns Mclnerny Stoddard Prechtl Ward Prall Monks Hopper Rohel Essen Harrison McCann, M. DeLong O'Laughlin Levine, I Unold Burke Brooks Tatlebaum Cadek Chambers McG0ugh Hurley Mahany The Agora Debating Society in its ninth year of existence has striven to accomplish the purpose for which it was begun, that is to promote an interest in debating. An interesting feature of the year was a debate between Miss Rockwell and Mr. Parker on the question of the merits of poetry as opposed to the merits of history. The Hrst of several events was the "try-out-spread". There was also a delightful party at the home of Miss Gamble, to whose guidance is due the success of the organization. 47 P I P3 Forum JOHN BURKE ...... . . llremlefzt BERNARD LENEGAN. . . Vice-President BERNARD HOLSINGILR . . Secretary BERTRAM BROOKS ...... . Trmmrer MR. JOHN COLGAN ....... Faculty Adt'i.mf Thom in the picture ure: Argetsinger Kelly, T. Adams Butler Brooks Sarner Burke Hughes, L. l-lolsinger Hughes, P. Lenegan Maloney Pool Crowley Mr. Colgan Bingham Shulman Wronkoski Hassett Seems O'Dea Forum opened its activities with a membership drive. Tryouts were held early in September and those who were successful were initiated during the first vveek in November. The club has had interesting and Original Weekly programs. Numerous debates have been held and Opportunities for speaking have been Offered. The entire boys debate team was chosen from Forum. The club expects to finish this year with a banquet and dance. Due to the excellent guidance of Mr. Colgan, the club has remained financially sound. 'Tl 4. .F Q 48 Bays' Debate Mr. John Colgan QCMMD Bernard Lenegan Arnold Jerome CLMJWD Frederick Butler Qlltermzfej John Burke Glover Delaney CManagerD On March second in the Elmira Free Academy Auditorium, the judges awarded a unanimous decision to our debate team over Binghamton Central High School in the eighteenth annual encounter. The question was, Resolved: That the security of the nation requires an increase in the military forces of the United States. Elmira upheld the aflirmative and Binghamton the negative. Bernard Lenegan opened the debate with a history of the question. Carl Titus of Binghamton opened the negative argu- ments by advancing the issue that our present forces were sullicient for our needs. John Burke, second speaker, presented the afhrmative issues that our present forces were inadequate for our needs and inferior to the other great naval powers. Shulman of the negative endeavored to prove that an increase would be competitive and PTO- vocative. Arnold Jerome closed the Elmira case with the issue that at present our forces were insurhcient to protect our coast lines, our possessions, our commerce, and our honor. Robert Bond, the Binghamton leader, closed the negative with the issue that any increase was a needless expenditure. ln refutation both teams did well. However, the judges believed Elmira to be the better team. The Amherst cup now remains with us for one year, after having resided at Binghamton for the last three years. Much credit is due to John E. Colgan, coach of the team. 49 ---v-M -,,A- ---M U- -...- ., H, 1 ,....-. . -,-.t....-u, -..W 'jf lp ls' ""'2"' 1 "'fXh'A.""'- f1f.iw,P1 - -. '5 'ff' jg ff " A ,1 Q X Um ' ff?-, I-,H -5 f ,'f3,l 'ff-Af'-as .' zv.:g',1,wz ea .wa-, jjwzqxvzis fp ' Y elzc.fc..f.-..',if',2,.,'.cle .L il .ff 11 it. ll U9 1, 83 51, fi, ig ll uf if L9r,Q,,lJg,., 4-fungi f,xg.5l5,f,t.gl Girls' Debate Mr. John E. Colgan CCoacbj Ruth Burke CLeaderD Grace Palmer Edna Strong Helen Rohel CAltermztcD Lenora Tatlebaum CMmmtgcrj At the time this book went to press, the Elmira girls were just preparing their speeches for the debate with Binghamton on the question, Resolved: That the United States should retain the Phillipines. Elmira is upholding the affirmative. The cup, which was given by Mrs. J. Sloat Fassett, is at present residing in the office. It is hoped that it will remain there during the coming year. 4 p ' kin ,x,,,,-.... ..,.,......,. 'wrf?efft"'1'-'offF125t e v-Gif-me .we .1 fi ec V- -N 1 u 'f - we--A - '- Evqizfk A W' ' ,,gi':AfLx'tL:""T,i -li:,gfFg1,ggg1l'i SO MTHIILIE 'ITIICCS F . 2 THIS ATHLETIC SECTION IS DEDICATED TO MR. ARTHUR HIRST, WHO HAS DONE MUCH TO PROMOTE THE PRESENT INTEREST IN SPORTS IN OUR SCHOOL SI THE 11928 IEQIHIU Weazrerf Qt "E " FOOTBALL Parks Stevens Frederick Long, A. McCormick Christian, W. Wakely I-Iaase Palmieri Sullivan Heyrnan Christian, R. Sweeney Scheid Greene Botnick Vetter Berry Day BOYS BASKETBALL Hobler Vetter Greene Frederick O'Connor McCarthy Crowley Cummings Berry Miller GIRLS BASKETBALL Hobler Dale Russell Muisner Parnall Smith Beardsley O'Connor Molter BASEBALL Bagardus Chapman Habeck Enycley Montz Greene McCarthy Vetter Sheehan LaFrance Young Daubes Elliot Bates TRACK Palmieri Forbes Sarner Stevens Habeck Gardner Swift Bowers Brooks Golos Bingham Banfield Tingley Carpenter Hasbrook A jx, 'x v 'i ai Q at emma L S1 Isamflska lg-l i II li 119592 Q7 25 Football Seaton Six victories, one tie, and a defeat summarize the results of the Elmira High Schools football season for 1917. Coarch Hirst was handicapped from the first by the lack of experienced material. With only six letter men as a nucelus, our able mentor succeeded in placing a creditable team on the field. Injuries also played a large part in holding back the eleven. Vetter fractured his wrist in practice and was forced to wear a steel cast on that member for some time. Frederick also injured his shoulder during the first few weeks. Too much credit cannot be given to the team for their steady improvement through- out the season. The results of fine coaching and weeks of practice can be seen in the last two games of the schedule. Norwich was downed 7-o and Ithaca severly crushed 14-o. Both of these teams were championship aspirants previous to meeting Elmira. Troy was the first opponent of the season, the game being played at the local Athletic Field. The Blue and hite was victorious 12.-o, in a listless contest, played in a swelt- ering sun. The Troy team even played in basketball trunks. The vistors played an aggressive, fast game and although outweighed put up a good fight. Elmira's next contest with George Junior Republic saw a decided improvement on the part of our team with the result that the invaders were conquered 64-o. On October 16 the local gridders faced a new foe in the form of the Alfred University Freshmen. The heavy collegians were unable to withstand the crushing line attack of Elmira and succumbed 18-2.. Two of Elmira's touchdowns were the results of blocked kicks, which our linesmen covered. Vetter, playing in his first game of the season, furnished several long runs and hit the line for big gains. Corning Free Academy opposed the local aggregation, losing to Coach Hirst's men by the decisive score of 56-6. Three teams saw exercise in the contest. Briggs, Corn- ing's colored star, performed for his team on both the offense and defense. The leading game of the season was on October 7.9 with Binghamton as opponent. In a thrilling struggle with over five thousand frenzied fans on the side-lines, the in- vading Parlor City players won 9-o. A successful forward pass and a series of short gains gave the winners a touchdown in the first half. Elmira carried the ball to the visitor's one foot line in the first half but the gun ended their scoring aspirations. Our team gained the most yards and made the majority of the first downs, but Bingo took advantage of the breaks, played a steady game and deserved to win. Following an open date on November 5, the E.H.S. team journeyed to Endicott to be tied 7-7. Playing in a field of mud, the Chemun County lads were not able to keep up a sustained attack. U-E., however, displayeig a fine running attack and made several fine runs. Christian fell on a blocked punt in the final quarter that enabled us to tie the score. Norwich visited Elmira with championship hopes under her hat. These aspirations were squelched by the score 7-o. Another championship contender, Ithaca, played Elmira on Thanksgiving Day and fell before the attack of the home team 2.4-o. The day was one of the wettest of the year and made the field a sea of mud. Frequent fumbles were common. This game ended the season. Next year will undoubtably see another championship team representing our schools as practically every man will report for duty next September. The indications are that next year will be a banner year. f3iffEii:QI'Qf if 53 s ff"-Wg: ga'-"3-5? ,Q 71 f ,- T - ,- -, a il A 1. W Sl fi, llilfill s..QA.m...'i,io3 A . Q Football Team ARTHUR HIRST ..,.... . . . Coaeb EDWARD SWEENEY . . . . Captain STANLEY DAY. . . . ...... Manager AUSTIN, NAsH, MILLER ...... Auiytant Managerr Tloofe on the team were: Sweeney Botnick Greene Vetter Palmieri Berry Long Christian, W Cullen Steevens Leahy Christian, R. Haase Heyman Frederick Parks Emblem Snyder McCormick Scheid Freeman Sullivan Wakely SCORES FOR 191.7 SEASON Opp. Elmira Troy o 11. George Jr. o 64 Alfred Frosh 7. 18 Corning 6 57 Binghamton 9 o Union Endicott 7 7 Norwich o 7 Ithaca o 14 14 189 war' ' - ' A , ms. 0 l 54 mir was izcrro ia Basketball Seaton For the first time in five years the E.H.S. basketball teams failed to win the cham- pionship of the Southern Tier League and the ultimate Section Four title. Six vic- tories and a like number of defeats comprise the Blue and White showing in this league. This 50072, average laced them fifth in the final standings. Coach Hirst had practicallly a new squad to train. O'Connor, Vetter, Greene, Hobler, and Cummings were the only experienced men, the first two mentioned being the only regular players remaining from last year's squad. There was no Elliot or Watkins to score at will for Elmira this year, but a fighting, determined band of players gave their best and are deserving of all the credit possible. O'Connor played a good game as center the entire season, being forced to play center due to Cumming's in- jury which forced the latter out for the season. "Long John" was third high scorer in the entire league and was chosen on the "All League" team. O'Connor was hon- ored by his teammates by being elected Captain for the coming year. Captain' Vetter played his usual steady game and inspired his team by his determination. The first game of the season with Elmira Heights on the Oakwood Court ended in favor of the suburban five I9-I8. The local quintet played a defense and kept the veteran Heights team well in check. Norwich invaded the Southside gymnasium on December 16 with a smooth veteran outfit, but the undying spirit of our team was unconquerable and the later won 30-7.5. The visitors were in the lead when the home team came back strong and scored eleven points which ended the game with us far in the lead. January I3 the E.H.S. squad journeyed to Cortland where they lost 7.5-18. Elmira lost another one-point contest at Bingo, 18-17. The Queen City lads put up a wonder- ful fight and deserved to win but Fate decreed otherwise. In Elmira's second home game, they downed U-E, 14-13. The local aggregation outplayed the Shoemakers in every department. Cummings played an excellent game at the pivot position, duplicating his fine floor work of the Binghamton game. Elmira Heights again bested us on February 3 in the opening game of the second round to the tune of 2.4-7.1. Cummings was out of the game with a fractured wrist. Roy made thirteen points for the winners. The local squad vanquished Troy, Pa. 2.9-11 at Troy on February 4. This was a non-league game. The second encounter with Norwich proved to be a thrilling struggle, with Elmira nosing out another victory, 7.5-2.4. Green scored the winning goal with a spectacular steve from the center of the court. A non-league game came next on the schedule with Corning Free Academy as an opponent. The Blue and White lost another game by a single point when Corning Ezvon 19-18. Many Elmirians saw their team outplay C.F.A. on the floor but lose by ouls. Cortland invaded Elmira on Washington's Birthday. They succeeded in downing the locals 3 3-2.7 in an extra period of play. The game developed into a see-saw affair that was finally settled in the extra period when the winners netted six points and held Elmira scoreless. On February 2.4 the E.H.S. team clashed With Ithaca on the latter's court, winning in a close extra riod, 7.5-7.1. Greene and Vetter won the game in the extra period with two field goais. U.E. was Elmira's next victim by the score of zo-15 on the former's court. The teamwork of the visitors featured the game. In a prelimenary to the Heights-Waverly game on the Armory court, Elmira beat Ithaca in a postponed game, 2.5-14. O'Connor caged six goals and led his teammates to a sensational victory before a capacity audience. Now that Elmira has had a rest from the State Tournament, they are all set to cage the championship next year, nor are their hopes ill-founded for the aspects are bright for the coming season. ---- .e . . vw Lllffsllfrickiif - . s,11".gQflea1vgEifQ- fm 55 .fGi-w5,fTLvn Ykm -rf-w - ?' Nxrafa.-11 . . 1,13 f,.f,, ., . -fn 1, H N 5,1 1 124 L-CADM' 'GLY 3 illjili " Rl ' " Y I OL 1 fri Boyf' Varfuy Baflaefba!! Mr. ARTHUR H1RsT .... GEORGE VETTER FRIEND MILLER Vetter, Guard Hobler, Forward Green, Forward Frederick, Guard Crowley, Forward Tnofe on the learn ufere: Berry, Center . . . Coach . Captain . . Mana ger O'Leary, Forward McCarthy, Guard O'Connor, Center Cummings, Center Bazarnick, Guard COMPARATIVE SCORES-1 91771 918 E.H.S. vs. E.I-I.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.I-I.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. E.H.S. vs. ,Aida 'V., .f Elmira Heights Norwich Cortland Binghamton U-E Ithaca Elmira Heights Norwich Cortland Binghamton U-E Ithaca Troy Corning 1 ,, ff f. t E.H.S. Opp. 18 I9 30 13 I3 S I7 18 7-4 13 15 11 7.1 7.4 16 15 17 31 7.o 19 LO I5 16 7.5 7.9 II 18 19 314 356 iQ5'j i'1L"' 56 ,:i'7VWi1 .,,, Y t., 1 . . 5 ..4E , .,.. ,. . ,,.,, 1 I I Girly' Basketball MISS HELEN RYAN . . .... . Coach Miss FRANCES O,CONNER . . . Coach RUTH HOBLER CCaptainD . . , Center MARGARET O,CONNER Ulflanagerj . . Guard HELEN PARNALL .... . Guard VIVIAN DALE .... Forward DORIS RUSSELL . . Center ELEANOR BEARDSLEY . Side Cenfer IRENE MUISENER . Forward ELEANOR CROOKS . . Gaard MARGUERITE ELLIOT . Forward CRYSTAL EWING . Forward DORA MOLTER . Forward ULAZIE SMITH . . . Guard CLARIBEL ROCKWELL ...... Side Center The girls basketball season of 197.7 and 197.8 was very successful considering the the fact that with the exception of two veterans the team was made up entirely of new girls. The finest sportsmanship was shown throughout the Season by the girls in occasion of defeat as well as of victory. The schedule consisted of ten games. Six of these were lost leaving four victories. The girls played Elmira Heights, Cook Academy, Union Endicott, Addison, and Ithaca. L " 4 57 'Q T""""""' " ' ' "" "rf ,-' V'--w..r"a - in ay- gp,-V, ,-4, X P' , A . , v 1-'-1:1 It tire,-511 -vi--.,f'--1.,. , -r t 'lj'-nz" , -dyifmpxw CL44?,f--.1.'t.K-.-w.,..C'i'.p, ' 23,145 5" 13,5 ,L fy K Y Senior Iaferclau Bafleefball ROLAND GEORGE. AsA BROOKS . . DOMINIC LIMONCELLI Claarrrprom . . Coach . Captain . M arzager Tbore in the picture are: Mr. George Frederick Butler Asa Brooks Nicholas Spetaccino Dominic Limoncelli Louis Hughes Armanda Shorra Richard Bingham Harold Adams The Senior Basketball Team captured the championship of the interclass basketball league, supervised by Roland J. George. The Seniors played a flashy brand of basket ball, losing only One game, that to the Juniors by a one point margin on the S H S court. Following are the final league standings: Team Won Loft Percent Seniors 4 1 .Soo Juniors 3 7. .6oO Freshmen 1 3 .150 Sophomore 1 3 .150 v- vw'-'W "-- Y P T ' f rw-v -1 A '15 1' - ' L',ji'fl3Yif5"ifi2?'i.9 ff iQQ..-fifli,L.l 58 If ggi, it in E wa TE e no L3 Track Team ROLANDJ. GEORGE. . . . C0465 HENRY PALMIERI ..... . Captain DONALD ARMBUSTER ........ Manager Tlmfe in flue picture are: Holten Bowers Mr. George Asa Brooks David Sarner Donald Armbuster Richard Bingham Gilbert Tingley Henry Palmieri Eugene Roe Richard Forbes The 1917 track team made a very creditable record considering the inexperienced material. The ineligibility of Captain Kennon was a serious setback, leaving Henry Palmieri, this year's captain, the outstanding dash man. With both Kennon and Palmieri running this next season, competition will be unusually interesting, es- pecially with Tingley, Sarner, and Carpenter also running the dashes. Henry Palmieri's record totalled 16 points last season. Dick Forbes was a close second with uk points, obtained in pole-vaulting and relays. Elmira's invitation meet opened the 197.7 season, with Binghamton outpointing Cortland for the first place, Elmira placing third. Bill Habeck obtained Elmira's only first place in shot put. At Binghamton the condition of the track due to a con- tinuous rain,proved to be a serious handicap to all teams. Palmieri took the only first place for Elmira in the no yard dash. In the sectional meet at Ithaca, Elmira secured fourth place, with Palmieri, Habeck, Gardner, Tingley, and Emblem placing, followed by a third in the medley relay, with a team composed of Sarner, Forbes and Carpenter. Swift, Bowers, Brooks, Bingham, Banfield, Hasbrouch and Stevens also figured in Elmira's scoring column during the season. E- we Wa gafiifliiiiisiiifrz H3 , 59 60 Hmm if ' iflinii M11 " Possum Quit, Pafqy Vimminn ...MM- I The EFA. BLAH Tlillffiflff VoL. -I-5 No. -. July 4, 1776 Two for five cents each BIG SENIOR BANQUET BAFFLES FACULTY One of the greatest banquets known to modern history was served in the anteroom of the Sam Wah Jewish Laundry on Thursday, May 39 in the year fourteen hundred and ninety-two. The Grand Knight of the K.K.K. and his personal attendants acted as the waiting crew. This unusual affair was a party given to the faculty by Seniors of E.F.A. The party was a merry one to begin with. Every- thing came in courses. The black candles placed on the red table cloth were all lit up, because the lights had gone out for the night. Salt and pepper shakers were so full that they couldn't possibly move from their places. All went well until some fruit came in canned. The party grew more up- roarious by the minute. As the turkey couldn't move it had to be carried in by the waiting crew. The potatoes were stewed to the eyes and the onions were pickled. The knives were of no use because they had an edge on. The diners found every cup and glass full to the rim. Even the ice water was drunk before the evening was over. In fact, everything was on a downward move. BABIES TO DANCE The children's dancing class directed by Roland J. George will have a fancy dress party at its final meeting of the season Friday evening from twelve to four in Reynolds' Dancing Emporium. Mem- bers of the class are Mary Coke, Elmer Russell, Doris Bruner, Stewart Espey, Marsha Hamilton, Daniel Brassi, Miriam Mclnerny, George Cunning- ham, Mary Monks, Ted Leahy. NEW COURSE TO BE OFFERED NEXT YEAR Mr. Parker has announced that, starting with the next semester, Miss Godfrey will conduct two classes a day in the line arts of poker playing. This course will be profitable to all students as it will teach them to establish their future poker games on a paying basis. One unit will be allowed for all passing the Regents in the new subject. MISS COLLINS SWOONS Unable to survive the great shock her anatomy received when for once, the students of the sixth form Cthe Seniors in her home-roomj actually refrained from an outburst of applause after a speech from a prominent sheikh, Miss Collins came to grief in an unexpected manner. It came to pass in this wiseg after an heroic out- burst of hery eloquence issuing from the sunburned throat of Ted Leahy on the subject of -"Future Provision of Better and Saltier Popcorn for Tooth- less Rats in Sweden", the audience, astounded at such oratorical ability and at the earnestness of the heart touching agapeal Cplease do not confuse with 'sex-appeal'D o the missionary, assented to contribute to its support and with tears streaming down their faces utterly disregarded the time- honored tradition of boisterously applauding the speaker. In the mad rush to congratulate the re- former on the success of his supplication and to contribute to the worthy cause, no one noticed Miss Collins, who being unaccustomed to such profound silence and being totally unprepared for such a heart-breaking request, felt the chair go out from under her and the floor rise up and smite her, and then, alack, she knew no more. She is con- valescing in one of the local hospitals and seems none the worse for her strange experience. We can not let pass unnoticed such a notable and glorious achievement as the world will hereafter consider the speech delivered by Sir Leahy. The BLAH" will briefly cover the line points of his oration. Mr. Leahy said: "Gentlemen and Seniors: I am about to bring before you, this beautiful and romantic afternoon, a tale of great pathos and woe. Years ago when I was still beautiful and full'bf life, I happened to be traveling through Sweden selling me aphones for the Delaney-Council Inc. and as a side-line doing research work on the different varieties of 'goofer' feathers Cthey are so softj, I chanced upon a home- less band of toothless rats upon whom Dame Fortune had long since ceased to smile. The Winds of Chance had cast upon them many moons of famine which had caused each pathetic member of this band of nomads to carry his burden with drooping eyebrows, Etc ,... And now little boys of the Senior Class will you not spare a shilling to provide these unfortunate souls with better and saltier popcorn? When the hat is passed do your share wit no reluctance and show that we are willing to deprive ourselves for the betterment of ratkind. Continued an page 63 Sociezyf l Presenting-Miss Glover Delaney-drank Miss Helen Ferguson, the Republican del- Plfisf, hero CFC- Well, HUYWHY, Glover is 11 legate, has successfuly and appealingly very outstanding student at E.F.A. Csome- talked up Herbert Hoover for President. thing newD. Here is Miss Gretchen Singerhorf, a dram- atist who knows her Bermudas behind the footlights. Gretchen has just returned from Podunk Cross Roads where she spent the week-end. Ralph Oliver is another popular John Barrymore. "Knock 'em Dead" Oliver Speaks sunshine and happiness wherever he oes not go. Ralph has just returned from Smith Brothers rally for the revival of chin whiskers. THE E.F.A. BLAH, July 4, 1776 THE E.F.A. BLAH A yellow journal printed for people who . ' should know better. ' . Publication Olhces in the forty-third . ' floor of the Dunn Building on North Main ' Street. 1 Deposited in the waste-paper basket as I Fmsr class junk, as prescribed in Act 1, - Scene 4 according to Hoyle I EXECUTIVE BOARD I I JOHN Huzzann .... Editor-in-Chief I . ANTHONY A. SCHWENKLER . - Financial Advirsr and janitor - l See Section IO, Chaptertioftheproceedings I . of the Board of Supervisors, goo B.C. for . - detailed information. Continued from page 61 The world will little note nor long remember what I have said here but it will never forget what you are about to do here." PERSONALS Mr. Richard West is slowly convalescing follow- ing a serious operation for the removal of a piece of grit which lodged in his throat regardless of the fact that he was told to swallow it. Mr. Richard Bartlett, charming secretary of the Embroidery Club, is showing to his friends a very darling luncheon set which he has recently com- pleted. Miss Harriet White has returned from Atlantic City where she represented the Elmira Free Aca- demy in a Baby Show. Miss White won the blue ribbon. After a prolonged absence of two weeks, Miss Muriel Beard has returned to E.F.A. and reports that she has really had a "swell" time. The Senior Class suffered a severe shock recently when they found Helen Parnall in her place as the nine o'clock bell rang. JOKES "Have you any of that gasoline that stops knocking?" "Yes." "Then give my wife a glass.' She: "Tell me, have you ever loved another?" He: "Why, yes, ofcourse, dear. Do you think I'd practice on a nice girl like you?" NOTICE: The person who is telling around town that I got befuddled with my school books Saturday night and sent a spell over my parents and neighbors by actually studying had better be warned that there is a law for those who slander. BEWARE! JERRY CUMMINGS LADIES HAIR DRESSING PARLOR Most accomplished artists. We cut hair long, short or curly. Work done while you wait. We also call for and deliver. Grace Palmer 8: Co. Fon SALE:-A good cow that gives two gallons of milk at a milking and a lot of household and kitchen furniture. Thomas Bingham. Fon SALEZ'I'I3.I1d-PICliCCl apples and pigs. Elmer Russell. SOCIAL ETIQUETTE Receive private lessons from one who is ex- perienced and who has taught noted men and women. Mlle. Gretchen Singerhoff. CITY MATRIMONIAL BUREAU Husbands guaranteed satisfactory. Will not get sun-burned or moon-struck. Come early and take your pick. Mgr. Ruth Hopper TAKE IT FROM US A pedestrian is a man whose wife has gone out with the car. It takes two to make a bathing suit immodest- one to wear it and one to look at it. Hesitation may mean shyness, discretion or halitosis. They say that pearls come from oysters but some girls get diamonds from nuts. If you want to see some fast acting, you ought to take a glance at a Hawaiian dancer with her grass skirt ahre. The problem is to make money first and then make it last. BILC' Snwom 'vm uv" IN uve! X MARY efaove cl EDITQK OF THE W929 EQ4Ql:r ' MR 'S ELMER Rus E " H15 X-NGHNESS PMGLD UEKGME Qvlffvouuc, M mes ,... MARxe1-wkmy CECXL- LMRN " 14 I HND H K AND A 5ENwR LSUQEK VRRMHTIQT ow , 64 C? Q9 QQ jr it M IE ii u sa it rx in o I EZCLQ L...,e..'t'6f...Qa.f Clair Will We of the Class of '18, having many valued possessions do hereby tender to that far- famed lady, Echo, the right of making known our public and private possessions in the way she deems most proper. We bequeath to the Junior Class individually and collectively all of our legal properties and incidentally our liabilities, such as funeral expenses, debts on Yearbook etc. Collectizfely we bequeath' First: To the Junior class, the sacred privilege of upholding our wonderful scholarship record and of maintaining our unerring example in all things, moral, spiritual, and disiplanary. Serond: To our able instructors, we do give all the low marks which they have so generously given to us in former years, with the request that they be just as generously bestowed on our successors. I ndiuidualbf we bequeath: To Betty Howland, Harold Epstein's curly hair, hoping that eventually it will mean a swelling of her pocketbook. To Richard Forbes, Madeline Thomas' funny facial expressions that he may assume his duties as class entertainer. To Philip Finch, Arnold Jerome's speaking ability. To Ronda King, Grace Palmer's dimples. To Alice Gregg, Claribel Rockwell's permanent. To Elsie Butler, Glover Delaney's personality. To Dorothy Horton, an automatic problem solver. To Claribel Fiske, jean Morse's trim shape. To Dolores Essen, Betty Carr's steady. To Friend Miller, five inches of Harry Kelly's height in order that he may make the basketball team next season. To Marian Levine, a subject in which she cannot pass highly. To Thomas Bingham, Ruth Burke's Latin ability. To John Splann, a fire extinguisher in case his hair catches on fire when he is out in the sun. To Eunice Johnson, a pair of high heeled slippers in order that she can be seen. To Doris Creighton, a book on reducing such as "Helpful Hints on Re- ducing" written by Mary Alice Hamilton. To Albert Frederick, an easier way of graduating than studying. To "Red" Emerson, Louis Hughe's drawing ability. To Phyllis Crandall, Helen Parnall's gum. To Mary Cooper, Gretchen Singerhoffs color. To the rest, as much as they can get which isn't very much. We should like to have enough to go around, but owing to the limited supply the others will have to be satisfied with seeing the lucky ones enjoy their inheritances. CSignedD THE SENIOR CLASS OF 197.8 CWitneJJed 5315 - IMA N UTT URA NOTHER - ,:,,ef1zsQfiEEi36jGHE':,, f 1: .W QQ f . 54 :Pig il-524 ,Lt 65 SPVW12 IS Comin Hip Hip 9 Nice-Q Vfgw? Wfnaf' is if D cfs: it Tri o hgh' I P .en H ZH-wfQQ,jj" :,..,L.,gWgjW :img -MVl.TLjjf,:LQ L AMW ""'Plb0 M 1 , Ad verfise ment We FEJUY' Who? Our Salesman Guess JOKES SANDS W W The Beginning of N66lVbl Every Feefnne is an interest account. Talk to any successful man or wo- man, and you will fmd that almost always their start was an interest-bearing account in some good bank. True-an interest account will not make you rich quickly, but it will enable you to save money at a good rate of in- terest for investment purposes later on. Start an account today and add to it systematically. Set a I Hxed amount as your goal and Work toward that. It is the surest way to "get ahead." I CHEMUNG CANAL TRUST COMPANY ELMIRA, N. Y Z S A 67 Sheehan, Dean 8: CO. "You know we know the gooelf' GRADUATION FROCKS, DANCE FROCKS, AND DRESSES FOR 5 O'CLOCK WEAR .Y ee our line hefore you hay S ee oar graclaacion gifm jirfc MEET ALPERT AND WEAR DIAMONDS ALPERTS "The School Worth While" , W Q " A ALBERT 5 Q I 41 i ,f 'L W. MEEKER,S BUSINESS Qgvsf I fl A ROLFE A '-- ' if Q , X M. INSTITUTE, INC. 'jfpnfs fr, SEE ME ELMIRA, N. Y. , T T N BEFORE ' ' I " YOU BUY w '-filffj -, , fgiii Meeker Training prepares yon Hperronalbf' U ORQRN and H7?Z67'lfiZllj!', for harinem and placer NWN A ,ngigaii fl A QTSRREXE yon in a porition ' 'Egg' fl . il ESTATE L. SHREIBMAN 81 SON Graelaation Gifty OFFICIAL JEWELERS FOR ACADEMY RELIABLE JEWELERS 7.14 East Water Street Wright Electric CO. WIRING, FIXTURES, RADIO 118 N. Main St. Elmira, N. Y. just receioecl VEST POCKET KODAK-S5 MODEL B GIVEN AVVAY AT OUR KODAK DEP,T.i Every Week We are giving away FREE one SX7 mount- ed enlargement made from the best amateur negative brought to us for developing and printing. See these per- fect pictures in Our Window. DEVELOPING AND PRINTING PRICES DEVELOPING, IO AND ISC PRINTING 4 'ro 9C PLAIN ENLARGEMENTS 5117, 45C 8x1O, 6Oc MOUNTED ENLARGEMENTS 5x7, 6Oc 8xIO 75C COLORED ENLARGEMENTS QSize 8-inch by IO-inchl COMPLETE IN GILT FRAME1TWO STYLES' Prices low 51.19 and 51.67. "LEAVE YOUR FILMS TODAY. GET YOUR PICTURES TOMORROWH No place like Terhell-Calkinr for valnef The Rexall Store TERBELL-CALKINS ELM1RA's LEADING DRUG STORE 37.5-37.7 E. WATER ST. BANQUETS ----- DANCING Lunclaeonr, etc. N-9 BON-TON TEA ROOM GASOLINE AND MOTOR OILS HHAVOLINEH ELMIRA OIL Co. 616 William St. 3 1 .v PERSONIUS 84 MALONE SUITS COATS F URS DRY GOODS 134 W. Water Street Compliments of ELMIRA COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS Bottlerr of COCA-COLA and MAVIS Elmira, New York F,, I GRTHOPHONIC VICTROLAS RADIO COMBINATIONS SPORTING GOODS LEATHER GOODS RADIOS H and Bags Trnnki' Pnmey Traveling Bngr ELMIRA ARMS COMPANY Ask U J Another Asjohnnie had been absent from school, his mother wrote the following excuse: Please excuse Johnnie for being absent as he got his feet wet and did not have any others to wear. Miss Rockwell: "Paul, ask the class a question." Paul: "To what country did the Spanish Armada belong?" Mrs. Cady: "Tell us about the death of Richard the Lion-Hearted, Louise." Louise: "Richard the Lion-Hearted was killed by a spear and soon after that he died. " Pretty Coed: "I want a pair of bloomers to wear around my gymnasium." Clerk Qabsentlyjz "Certainly, madam, what size is your gymnasium?" You have to hand it to the colle e man It takes more than brains to walk orward and at the same time step on your pants in the back I e in F f O .. . 69 Compliment? of l XVILLYS-MORROW COMPANY DEISTER 84 BUTLER SUCCESSORS TO JOHN BALLY at SON Quality jewelers 33O E. WATER sT. ELMIRA, N. Repairing Phone 341371 Y. Complimentf 0 f H. STRAUSS 105-7.07 E. WATER ST. Outfitters of Menfolk for 55 years Yes, still up to the Minute PHONE SOI6 GOSPER'KELLY Special Sunday Dinner-31.00 84 OSHEA, INC. CANTGN RESTAURANT Noon-Day Lunclaeonwjjc SHOES Chinese-American Dishes HOSIERY Put up in all Styles to go out 10. 104'lO23fiE?f:El,VZEE3KSTREET IOS-1 IO WEST WATER sT. EYHJJMEQ ECLIPSE. BB 'DEX 195915 Uhejwechanical 'Hand Uhal Cranks Vour Carn COASTER. BRAIE l'Wtlz the Slotted Sprocket ,,AAf Both Made in Elmim Eclipse Machine Company - S E., if COMPLIMENTS OF Empire Credit Clothing Co. 314 E. Water St. Paint, Oils and Varnishes FINEST GRADE OF WALL PAPER, BRUSHES Sweet Van Houten Co., Inc. Phone 1489 117 North Main St. i 1 McCork1e Realty Company REAL ESTATE 8: INSURANCE 401 Robinson Bldg. ELMIRA, N. Y. THE BoY's DIVISION OF THEY. M.c. A. Swim tbir rummer in a rm! fltered peel RATES FOR SUMMER 9 to II yrs,, 53.00 II. to I5 yrs., 54,00 I6 to I8 yrs,, S5 oo CAMP AT IROQUOIS ON KEUKA JUNE 2.31113 TO AUGUST 4TH l New and better equipment than ever TENNIS GOLF SWIMMING Fee 358.00 per week E if COMPLIMENTS OF Nash Elmira Corporation 7.61 Baldwin St. "Green Shingle Teee Ream" For the most tempting lunches, sodas, sundaes, and fancy dishes stop in at our "Green Shingle Tea Room" ISZARD'S HOME MADE CANDY ICE CREAM AND SODAS LUNCHES, SALTED NUTS eIIAYIoN's SPALDING BROS. Sport Goode at MALONEY BROS., INC. 358 North Main Street Phone 995 BETTER BAKE-GOODS CLASSIFIED School Athlete ........ Asa Brooks School Blllf ......... Fred Butler AT School Ahcentee .... Betty Crowley School Vamp ....... Marge Keiffer School Pride ........ Rusty Parker 1 School New ...... Glover Delaney B S School Lezdiec' Mon .... Ted Leahy School Romeo .... Jerry Cummings School Terror .... Pinky Hamilton 133 EAST WATER ST. School Infant ....... Helen Rohel School Perf ........ Torn Bingham NEWTOWN MOTOR CORP FOR HEALTH AND ENERGY EAT SOME OF STATE AND SECOND STS. MADE IN ELMIRA PACKARD MOTOR CARS OUR ENTIRE PRODUCTION ENTERS INTO THE MANUFACTURE OF GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY MOTORS, GENERATORS, TUR- BINES AND A COMPLETE LINE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ELMIRA FOUNDRY COMPANY, INC ELMIRA, N. Y. 73 LINBERGER Complimentx of G. W. Perry Company MEAT MARKET I'mW'W 135 West 14th Street PERRY INSURANCE BUILDING Phone 5700 Dinributorx of D l E P I eflgneff ' ngfdveff " rznlerf DANCE PROGRAMS AND BANQUET MENUS 0.0, e0N0af0- ZIMMERMAN gc QU31-UNC, F. M. HOWELL 8c COMPANY 7.19-7.7.1 E. Market St. Elmira, N. Y. 79-95 Pennsylvania Ave. ELMIRA, N., Y. Compliment! of The George W. Peck Co. HARDWARE 107.-106 STATE STREET MANDEVILLE AND PERSONIUS COUNSELORS AT LAW - 52.1-57.9 ROBINSON BUILDING ELMIRA, N. Y. '04 H. C. MAND E. W. PERSO LEO WAXMAN . . JOSEPH W. BUCK . . W. H. M WM. P. R ' CHEVERLOT MOTOR CARS -0110101101 Mom- ECONOMICALLY OPERATED 10:10-I-01:0-I BOLTON MOTOR CO., INC. I. C. EPSTEIN CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY II7. East Water Street Elmira, N. Y. E 'VI I T i DR DR DR DR DR DR DR. DR. DR. DR. DR. DR. Complimenzir of Doctom' C. E. ANDERSON J. A. BENNETT W. T. BOLAND A. W. BOOTH F. P BREESE J. H. BURKE DR DR. DR. DR DR DR T. J. BURKE H. W. FUDGE J. H. HUNT W. T. JONES A. C. SMITH J. T. TILLOU DR. C. G. ZIMMERMAN Complimenff of Denfixff G. H. BRICKWEDDE B. O. CHAPMAN J. S. ELLIS W. C. ERWIN H. E. FITCH L. M. FITCH DR DR. DR DR DR DR. F.. L. MILLER H. A. MOORE T. R. MURDOCK D. F. O,NEIL W J. ROCKEY J. B. TOOMEY Complimemir of Lazwyem ALLISON, I. LEVY, B. F. BABCOCK 8: GREGG LYNCH, J C. GAREY, W C. MCDOWELL, B. HEMENWAY, G. R. O,CONNELL, B. 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The result would be mechanical Q 92 typesetting, presswork, paper and binding . . . all Q 7K7K7 KNKN that a great many Annuals are . . . a jumbled mass of text and illustrations. 5 A DuBois Press Annual, hovsfever, means typo g- 2 5 raphy, presswork, paper and binding . . .pina 3 E Plus a treatment which unifies the literary fea- Q tures, consistent art work and typography, pleas- Q ing color combinations, suitable papers for end Q leaves, opening section, division pages and text, if K7 N D CL Ch E N U-I Ll K4 O CP 4 fb H M v1 CT N rw SD P1 FD Z3 CD rw CD i3 D11 kfi C1- C5 P1 PJ EJ' D11 FD S3 53 53- E4 K7K7K7K7 in PF FT v-s 95 ru Pl' Fl. 4 on CV C ff U1 C UD UO rm V3 Fl' F-4. 4 ro C v-vw PT D" ro PF D' ro 5 yn 2 D' rn D rn 4 ro es KNKNKNKNK possible. WE ARE BUILDING tlvix .reamn the Year Bookr of the United Statex Naval and Militaeggf Acaalemiex, K7K7K7K7K7K7K7K7 'NIS QS S US C15 KE- r-ag, C133 1-as WS Q FBS mf: NKNKNKNKNKNKNKNKNKN Builders of Fine lB00k.r and Catalogues I5 I I IKCJAKIDYNYIKHK ROCHESTER, NEW YORK PUKPC 76 SNYDER BROS. ELLETT-STEMPFLE PRINTING CO' COMPANY "Printer.r Wino Know How" Snyder Building Elmira, N. Y. and PHONE 140 WATER HEATING E E. SANITARY PLUMBING G R A Y ' s ELECTROL OIL BURNER DRESSES COATS 614 William Street MILLINERY FURS Phone 7.37 146 W. Water Street BLACKSTONE MORE JOKES F ' H l : "C ll h MOTOR C0-Q INC- FZFSZS lfflilcd foiui1i,diif11hI1le:3?'W at Distributors E. Minard "Yes, the Balkan States." CHRYSLER MOTOR VEHICLES 59.-69.-72. and Imperial 80 SALES AND SERVICE 2.63 State St. Phone 4587 PHONE AMERICAN BEAUTY PARLORS SPECIALISTS IN ALL KINDS 0f BEAUTY CULTURE 7.04 Snyder Building Main Street Elmira, N. Y. Boy to his father: "Why doesn't any hair gorw on the top of your head ?" Father: "Why doesn't grass grow on the sidewalk ?" Boy: "Oh. I see. It can't grow through concrete. ' M. Keiffer: "John, why are some women called Amazons ?" J. Splann: "Well, you see, Marge the Amazon River has the largest mouth." Very excited lady to the conductor: "Stop the car. My wig has blown out of the window." Conductor: "Ah, never mind that. We'll come to a switch in a minute." A. Frederick: " Why do you call your car Regulator P" J. Hassett: "All the other cars go by it." 'W' ' I ' - THIS STORE IS NEVER KNOWINGLY UNDERSOLD w T :AHA I N j I FLANAGAN S DRY GOODS STORE ESTABLISHED 1873 IIO-I 16 W. Water Street VANITY FAIR SHOP MCINERNY 81 O'DEA DRESSES, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY p F U R N I T U R E AND HANDKERCHIEFS AND I4O East Water Street UNDERTAKING EhnM,NfY. INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS ARE THE STANDARD BY WHICH OTHERS ARE JUDGED Material Standards are as Important as Educational Standards. You can find a proper Qzed.truck to rneet your every need in the INTERNATIONAL TRUCK M to 5 ToNs International Harvester Company of America 656 State Street 78 T0 THE CLASS OE '18 We extend sincere congratulations, appreciative of the stimulus which Elmira as a community derives from its educational institutions... among which the Elmira Free Academy holds a deservedly honored place. 'Am are ?' THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 84 TRUST CO. or ELMIRA, N. Y. Member Federer! Referee Syfrem 79 Fiction "The Dreadful Night". .Senior Play Night "The Golden Buhhlen ...... Harold Epstein "The Strollerf' ........., Mary and Verle "The Wife Wife". . . ..... Mrs. Darling "Ambition" ...... ..., M ary McCann "The Beginnerf' ,,... ....... F reshmen "Daddy Long Ley" . . ....... Bill Snyder "The Flirt" ...... ..., B ernicc French "Ben Hur" ....... .... S am Bazarnick "The Shiek" ..........,,,, James Decker "The Golden Silence" .... Edward Bambury "The Tempertn .............. Paul Smith "The Good Little Devil" ...... Frank Edson "Little Gem Dietionergf' ...... Ruth Burke "The Dutch TwinJ".Paul 84 Louis Hughes "A Girl Adoringn ............ Jean Morse "She Walkr in Beauty" .... Evelyn Minard "A Trouhadouru ,.......... Cecil Shulman "The Awakening" ..... ....., T est Time ' 'Show Girl ...... ..... H elen Parnall ' 'Rich People" .... ...... S enior Class Coinplirnentf 0f Lowman Construction Corporation "Eternal Youth". . . ....... Marie Hurley "Splendor" ..... ..., M ilclred Cadeck "Power" ..... .,... A rnold Jerome Bert Wifhey for THE CLASS OF 1918 HASKELL 8: DURFEY GENERAL CONTRACTORS FRO-JOY ICE CREAM ELMIRA ICE CREAM DIVISION General Ice Cream Corp. PHONE 3 OR 919 EMPIRE PRODUCE CO. AMERICAN BEAUTY CANTALOUPES MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE PRARIE ROSE BUTTER DAIRYLEA MILK , .- n , -.- W --w 'qw b XX ,,1i3bi5i,'V-I H4 ' Zyl, ly- In I. .1 K 'A ' -nj" '.l'fI,I, f """".............T..--... ' Q ' Egg, AA , ., ,. 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Use your Imagination to picture your future and then lay a firm foundation with a growing Interest Account walk THE SECOND N ATIQNAL BANK of Elmira 81 AUTOGRAPHS 8 AUTOGRAPHS 83 INDEX TO Advertiser Alpert Jewelry Store ......... American Beauty Parlors ,.... Barnard Bake Shop .,...... Blackstone Motor Co. .,.. . Bolton Motor Co. .,.,. . Bon-Ton Tea Room .... Booth Chocolate Co. ...., . Canton Restaurant .......,,. Chemung Canal Trust Co.. . . . Crayton's Candy Store ....,..., Deister Sz Butler Jewelry Store ..., Doctors, Dentists, and Lawyers .... Du Bois Press, .................. Eclipse Machine Co. .... . Ellett-Stemfle .,..........,.. Elmira Arms Co. ......... , Elmira Coca-Cola Blt. Works ,.... Elmira Foundry ............... Elmira Oil Co. ......,.,....., . Empire Credit Clothing Store ..... Empire Produce Co. .......... . Epstein Clothing Co. .,...... . Flanagan's Dry Goods Store ....,.. Fro-Joy Ice Cream Co. ..,.......... , Gosper, Kelly Sz O'Shea Shoe Store. . , Gray's Dress Shop .......,.......... Hamilton Jewelry Store .,.. Haskell Sz Durfey ......,... Howell Printing Co. ........ . International Harvester Co. .... . Iszard's Tea Room .......,,. Linberger Meat Market .... Lowman Construction Co.. . , . Maloney Bros. Sport Goods. . . . Mandeville Sz Personius .,.... McCorkle Realty Co. ..... . Mclnerny Sc 0'Dea .....,,.., Meeker's Business Institute ...., Blerchants National Bank .... Nash Motor Co. .,....,,. . Newtown Motor Co. ,....,.,.. . Peck Hardware Store .......,,..., Perry Insurance Co. .,...,......... . Personius, Malone Dry Goods Store. . Rolfe Insurance Co. .....,,......... . Second National Bank ...,....... Sheehan, Dean Sz Co. ..........,. . Shreibman Sz Son Jewelry Store .... Snyder Bros. Printing Co. .,..,.. . Strauss Clothing Store .,....... Sweet Van Houten Paint Shop .... Terbell-Calkins Drug Store, . . . , , Vanity Fair Dress Shop ,,..., Willys-Morrow Co. ....... , . Wright Electric Store ........,.., Y.M.C.A... ,,,. . .,............ ... Zimmerman Sz Cushing Motor Co.. . . . ADVERTISERS Page .. 68 ., 77 .. 73 .. 77 ,. 74 .. 69 .. 73 .. 70 .. 67 ., 72 .. 70 75 .. 76 .. 71 .. 77 .. 69 ., 69 ,. 73 ., 69 .. 72 .. 80 .. 74 .. 78 .. 80 .. .. 70 , . 77 . . 78 . . 80 . . 74 . . 78 . . '72 . . 74 . 4 80 . . 72 . . 74 . . 72 . . 78 . . 68 . . 79 , . 72 . . 73 . . 74 . . 74 .. .. 69 .. 68 .. 81 ,. 68 .. 68 ,. 77 ,. 70 .. 72 .. 68 .. 78 ,. 70 .. 68 .. 72 .. 74 34 I E 2 5 s 4 I E E s a ! 5 . P 5 1 n 4 E E 5 2 E ? E 5 s ! I i E 5 5 5 2 I 5 S 1252? 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