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

 - Class of 1929

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Atl: A ',-14, xl .13 '47, PlIfIfiSlIPlf lqv THE SENIOR CLASS ELMIRA FREE ACADEMY ELMIRA, N.Y. if .5 if '94s If +V ' l5 Y-l X X , ,H jf X X t f fl! s Q ff" i A" A W f QU- fl X , W, it F o R E W o R D 1 k szr kph fri' ti i X X fl When life has turned our foot- X A," steps from these pleasant paths l n N 'X f X! 35 If and led us far afield, may this, l I M4576 It The 1929 EQ'rac he instrumen- ix rf? fir l t tal in callin back the half for- X xx ' g X V X lf gotten memories of this seventieth ip I I V, year in the life of beloved Alma X li if Mater, a year frought with scho- , i 1 JI lastic attainments, henomenal X b 4 H f P . l Nl f i growth and merited achievements. 'lx 'N 5 will xfx n X X . xx ' in 'X x t i r p r Vvyp ,ft ii 'e i J 123 'wi E"' , .,- Y . 3- -l--+---ii-1 DEDICATION To JOHN E. COLGAN, our very excellent advisor and patron saint, who has devoted his time and energy to further the interests of our class, we the seniors of 1929 do respectfully dedicate "The Eyfrac. U f X fl' ff x , V - rxx - ll. 4 - I 1 ,NE XM NX 45 - .q. O XX X X . x. ., .X TENTS ,.,- j.,...1- ,.,i.4- .. ,-,.i.--1- --i ,.vYVY FACULTY ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS FEATURES 1. ...L,.i.,- f fl :I ff I I ' I ,f ,' I ,, . ! I ' , l , ,f I. , . 1' i' 1' 1' 1 A .ff If ,I u If' V! I . ,f ff ff XX f ff X XX XXX CLASSES ,f X , X NX f MQ X X ff XX I JOKES + IAIA I Xi lhhu XX V and X Rl ADS f X f , x X6 I X, x X J I 1 If If I A Ar' f ff! ' ' f .-Q, ,f ,ff I, ff W U 45 ,f'1'f' ff X, ff I J ' fri: 'f " U' : , ,W V' L 01' Liifi - 15.25. R- xl., s' H. -7-----e. 'mf-,-...-..:i,141 ff"!-, "" w ' an-1 ' ' ,.f9r7ff?L?f'W?' lf., Q. - - .,., M . A 24? .7 1 4 A 1. r - , ,. 4 ,g . R :G dp. :,v, -- 1 ,,,z- , 1. L,. . - " '.7fQ':," ai cgi" 'T fi . 'r1'f- jr ' . .4 - Jax' ' P 1 , .zgwrf iv.,-v . I. L, , .,Q..,.,. Nw. ... ' 1. 'f1,1' 1 ?-,g-.:'f:- -, A t --'yuf3,,g,? mfg.-45. ,. SE. ,".J- , , 'n ffl 'x.'N.,v ' ': '. . 15 I -if ... , , ,M 11- . fu,-3 ,v-, ,.,,f .f. 'nfl K. . --14: ly A, ,f X. I mx -fr. Q 2 'Z' W I lip.. 4 , 'E' 1 .6 .4 1 - ' ,2..4'H'1I"' ,-. , 41.4. -,iw f.-- ff g: 111' .,g'1' ,. , - V- -T-H' v,-' e ' '1T". 1 ' s. 1 G f, -.Y :- + . J N FRANCIS R. PARKER Principal FOR whose genial interest in ns as human beings during our four years in the lfllmira Free Aeadenly. the Class of 1929 now ex- presses its gratitude and appreciation. 9 IAAE Faculty 'TS FRANx:ls R. PARKER, A.M.. Prinripul lJn,l.oN L.un'. B. S. HEATRICE GLOVER. A.M. VERA HANUE IYIAIIY II. CONIJON, B.S. MRS. IVIAR1' II. STEWART. B.S. M. IIUUISE Gom'Rv, A.H. MRS. ,lEANE'r'rE P. IIEUEI., AB. M ARION GVILES. HB. Ahllilfl I'. SIZO'l'T. A.B. Al.l41I1l M .u:ENls. A. H. KATIIIJIEN B. MILLER. I'l1.B. .IIIIIRI V. Brooks, MLB. IIELEN PIERCE. BA. IIELI-:N I". SEKOI. PENM ANSII I I' M ARGARET Ii. iIm.l.l N GEoRuE J. AIIHOTT IRENE IIVNNH, BA. SCIENCE SILAS I". PERRY, A.H. MA'I'lIICMA'I'IlIS IIELEN M. IIIBIIARD, B.S. RUTII II. IIRHENE, A.B. IIARRIETT I. WIIXON. AB. ENGLISII ,IANE M. BlRc:nARn. A.I-I. EDA STAl'TERMAN. M.A. NIARY IC. KEANE, AB. ll I STOR Y RENA R0r1RwEl,l.. A.M. MODERN I,ANGU.MlI'l IIARRIET N. KE1.l.om:u. A.H. ISOHEI. K. M ARR, A.M. LATIN ICI.lZAIiETll 'I'AsnlJAN. A.B. ANN.-A M. MCMAHUN, A.B. ART GI-1RAl.nlNE S1fl.l.lvAN. 8.5. ANTHONY Sr:RwENlu.ER. A.M. INIARIBARI-IT BRETT, A.B. Rlfm' A. IIOPKINS. A.B. MRS. CELIA N. STOTT, A.H. .IORN E. lIm.c:AN. A.B. I,0vlsE K. KIAMBLE, Ph.M. Ill!-SIZE IC. RIILLER. AB. MRS. Gl.Am's SMITH. A.B. MRS. IVIARY B. KI.-KDY. A.B. MRS. CLARA D. MUNSUN. NB M. BEATRICE ERPEY. .-LB. I.:-:NA B. I,m:AN. AB. KATHERINE YOIWIANS, A.B. SALESMANSHII' IIRACE flllll-'l-'lTH, AB. M USIC IIOME ECONOMICS PHYSICAL DIRICKITORS ALICE IQRINNELI.. A.B. IIELI-IN I'IARTNE'l'I'. BB. ARTHUR IIIRST HELEN H. RYAN LIBRARIAN SECRETARY MADEI.lNE F. CILMOUR, A.B., B.S. MARY C. MITCHELI. 1 0 X f XX ff Af CLASSES . L. G ". 3 ' Vi' 1'-1 -gk , 'ff -' 'f ,. if . 9 - . ,ig-T "-fl - . M - Y 115 ' - ,L - ' I. -' I ' -. I I ., - K .. . 3 .Y 1 V- 'E.,m V351-'rn ,.-B, Kiitiwi- :V Us-. Hx, 'I E 4' U, '- KE -I . 5- - 11- V -,t . -.4 'J .' 1 - w.,-n , rf. in , .4 f, .yu . p. . ,- . ?- if' 'XM' ,, "iz ff, "N, 1, If' 3,55 ' 'fa' ui -. .v FL 4 Qui, ' ff V r- i 'X-L l f , , Q ki . :Ei , - ,wg L. A Q 1, 1 r .-.J ' . ' u ' ff' .' 5' "f 'U ,i - . J- VV" . x i ,,3J,a.,-If , H, 5 uk ,s - ' 4 . ": , . 1 fi Q AJP 13 . '95 'hi-z'r? , Q M fgffyfi "li, 754' V, ,. -,, E I I x JACK McLEOD ELIZABETH HOWLAND Prgnidgnl Vice-President MAIUORIE KIEFFER RICHARD FORBES Secret ary Treasurer Dear Classmates, As President of the class of 1929, I have been asked to write a short message in its behalf. With Commencement drawing near, I am sure that your feelings as well as mine are those of mixed joy and regret. This is said, not in any sentimental way hut with all sincerety. Some of us are looking forward to College, others to busi- ness, but all of us are looking forward happily because each course holds forth promise, growth, development, in short a fuller life. No matter where our ambit- ions lead us, I feel safe in saying all of us are filled with sorrow at the thought of leaving the Academy, our Alma Mater. Well may we call it our Alma Mater, for has it not mothered us for four years? Yes. to it, we, as a class have incurred a debt which we can never hope to repay. In the democratic walls of Elmira Free Academy we have been afforded great. op- portunity to excel in scholarship, athletics, and many extra curriculum activities. Equal rights and participation has been the policy of our school, rewards have been made in accordance with the merits of the individual. We have greatly enjoyed this and furthermore have contracted many lasting and inestimable friendships. In closing then, it is my hope that, we, as a class will be ever loyal to our Alma Mater, its principal and its teachers, and that we may direct our lives so as to cast honor and glory upon old E.F.A. With every good wish for the future, I am - Sincerely yours, JACK MCLEOD. . 11 f sf. x 1 V77 .H ,f CHARLES AGAN St. Cecilia's Princeton U. A diligent worker, A faithful lad. Willing to give, And still be glad. Science Club 1, Inter-class Basket-ball 1, 2, 3 and 4g Baseball 2,5 Track 1 and 2. DONALD ANDRUS No. 5 Undecided A promising lad we should say, Who struggles earnestly along his way. FRANK ANDREW Deleware Rochester Bus. Inst. Smile at trouble, Be happy andfree, For the bright side of life I s the best side to see. DONALD ARM BRUSTER No. 4 Undecided Don is a jolly lad whom we've never seen sad. Football 3, 4-g Track 3g Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Science Club 1. CARLTON BAKER No. 2 Undecided Liked by all who know him well. He may be loved who can tell. Basketball 1. MURIEL BEARD Junior High Cortland Normal A lovely lass as you can see, W'ith a perpetual smile that is full of glee. Vindex lg Masquers 4g Year Book Staffg Senior Dance Committee. THOMAS BINGHAM Nashville, Tenn. P.G. What would you do you were me To prove that you were you? Student Council 2. ESTHER BOTNICK No. 4. Syracuse U. A cheerful smile is always worth while. f ff, T if MET'-57' BERTRAM BROOKS No. 11 Cornell U. The man who lives up to all his opportunities Seldom needs but one. Forum 2, 3, 4 CTreasurer 35, Vindex 2, 3, 4, fBus. M r. 3, 4,l:Student Council 4 firea- surer 4-jg Year Book Staff. ARTHUR BROWN St. Patrick's Undecided Still water runs deep. Masquers, 1. ELLSWORTH BROWN No. 4 Undecided My tonfue within my lips rei n For who talis much must talk in vain. MARGARET CARMODY St. Patrick's Undecided A uiet unassuming lass ndeed I an asset to our class. Agora 2, 3, 4CVice-President 40. ?' STEPHEN CHRISTIAN No. 10 Northwestern U. Wit now and then struck shows a spark. ANNA CIERI No. 1 Elmira College Veryfaithful, studious and sweet, The kind of girl one likes to meet. Girls Reserves 4g Agora 43 "Elfrac" Staff. MARION CLIFFORD No. 4. Undecided And oft I have heard defended Little said is soonest mended. MARGARET COX St. Cecilia's Undecided Quiet, reserved-yet eficient. Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4 f'I'reasurer 41. X X V77 Im PIIYLLIS CRAN DALL No. 5 Undecided Heard melodies are sweet but- those unheard are sweeter. DORIS CREIGHTON No. ll Undecided You'll have to admit she'll never be bored Bumping through life in a cute little Ford. Clee Club 33 Senior Dance Committee. MARGARET CREIGHTON St. Patrick's Marywood College T he music which is in the air. Comes forth from the bow aj a ladyfair. Orchestra l. 2, 3, 4: Agora 4 JOHN CROWLEY S. S. P. P. Georgetown U. Tis now the uljinished form we scan- 'l'hat's past a hav but not a man .-1 nd till matured byfu- lure growth Gives a delighqul glimpse :J both. Class Basketball 1, 2g Var- sity 3. 4g Masquers 2, 3. 4g Forum 2, 3, 4, lli-Y 3, 4g Class Treasurer 3 Business, Manager "Elfrac." VIVIAN DALE No. 8 Beaver College Full of pep, full of fun- Liked by each and every one. Varsity B.B. 2. 3. 45 Base- ball, 2g Class B.B. lg Mas- quers 1. THOMAS DAN AH ER St. Patrick's Cornell U. Let's have a good time fellows. W'e'll soon be gone! Masquers 1, 2, 3. 4. ROSA MOND DAVID St. Patriclfs Undecided Under her outward calm dwells mischief. Agora 3, 4. ELLSWORTH DECKFIR Elmira Heights Cbica o Teri. A lad with musical talent, indeed May he now and forever succeed. Class Basketball 2. 3. N f vw . XV EUGENE DEEGAN No. 4 Undecided Blushing is the color rj virtue. You have that and more too. Class Basketball 3. VIRGINIA DELANEY St. Patriclfs Elmira College She is pretty to walk with And witty to talk with A nd pleasant, too to think of. Student Council 2g Class Sec'y 33 junior Ring Com- lnlttee. R. ARDEN DEVORE No. 2 Bucknell U. Let mildness ever be thy charm For the good of it will outdo the harm. Forum 4. EDNA DIBBLE No. 4 Baptist Inst. Give the world the best ou have J' And the best will come back to you. Agora 3: Girl Reserves 3. PAULINE DICKINSON No. 11 Elmira College If e'er she knew an evil thought Of evil words she spoke naught. Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 43 Agora 4. JAMES DIGBY No. 11 P. G. -But studies are the food of youth. Forum 3. 4: Hi-Y 3: Student Council 4. KATHERINE DUDLEY No. 1 Elmira College W hat wouIdn't one give for a vocabularv like Katherine's? Girl Reserves 43 Agora 4. GEORGIA EDWARDS No. 8. Cortland Normal I am not of the talking sort. MV deeds speak for me. DOROTHY ELLETT No. 4 Elmira College Her modest answers and graceful air Show her wise as she is fair. Agora 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4 fSec'y 45 Masquers 4. IRVING ETKIND No. 2 Yale U. Better to be small and shine Than to be great and cast a shadow. MARY FAUL Sl. Patrick's Cornell U. Better late than never. Better never late. Masquers 2, 3, 4, Agora 2, 3, 4, Year Book Staff. HELEN FEATHERMAN No. 2 Undecided Impossible is the word never use in study. Masquers 4. THOMAS FENNELL St. Patrick's Cornell U. I fear not loss, I hope for gain. I envy none, I none disdain. Masquers 4, Vindex Staff 3, 4. ALICE FERRIS St. Patrick's Undecided Happy am I, from care am I free. Why aren't they all content like me? Masquers 3, 4: "Clarence" 4, Agora 4. PHILLIP FINCH JR. No. 11 Cornell U. A fine lad with winning ways. He'll make friends Throughout his days. Interclass Basketball 2, 43 Track 3, 43 Senior Dance Chairman, Senior Day Comm, Hi-Y 4. PHYLLIS FISH Kingston Pa. Lucy Wheelock's School She seems to be going through Me, Much p eased with everything. Mandolin Club 1, 2, 3. CLARABEL FISK No. ll Lucy Wheelock School Happly-go-lucky, fair an free Nothing there is that worries me. Masquers Play 3. NUR M A FLETCHER No. 11 Undecided Norma has been one of the shining li hts in every matf class. What more is there to say. Glee Club 3, 4, MARIANNA FLYNN S.S.P.P. Undecided Ever? time we hear a giggle We now Marianna is around somewhere. Mas uers 2, 3, 4 CSecy 3, 45, X ora 3, 4 CSec'y 41, Clee Club 3, 4. RICHARD FORBES No. ll Heidelberg You never can tell what this fellow will do, He has a habit of sur- prising you. HiY 2, 3, 4 fPres. 3, 41, Track 2, 3, 4, Vindex lCir- culation Mgr. 31, Student Council 1, 2, Class Basket- ball 3, 4, Treasurer Senior Class. MILDRED FORSBURG Arnot Pa. Undecided Her voice is ever soft, gentle and low, An excellent thing in a woman. Glee Club 4, ALBERT FREDERICKS No. 8 Undecided An athlete and a mighty one, Who plays the game until it's done. Track 1, 2, 4, Inter-class Basketball2,VarsityBasket- ball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. CRETA FRENCH St. Patricks Elmira College Light blue eves with flaxen hair, Happy go lucky with never a care. Agora 2, 3, 4, Masquers 2, 3, 4, Masquers Play 3. FLORENCE GILBERT Hendy Ave. Lucy Wheelock While we live lets live in clover For when we're dead we're dead all over. Masquers 1, Mandoline Club 2, 3. .1 .gal ,lr I GEORGE GILBERT Hendy Ave. Undecided He's modest as he's mild- DOROTHY GOLDSMITH No. 2 Elmira College As long lives a merry heart as a sa - Girls Reserves 35 Glee Club 3, 4g Banjo-Mandolin Club 4. MARSHALL GOODRICH No. 5 Alfred U. So much to do- So little time. ALDEN GREGG No. 8 Amherst College When he falls short Tis natures fault alone When he succeeds the merits all his own. Hi-Y 3, 4g Class Basketball 3, 4g ,l. V. Football 43 Elfrac Staff. ALICE GREGG No. 8 Smith College I stand at the brink ofa great career. Will someone please shove me QUT' Vindex 3. 4: Glee Club 4: Masquers 4. FRANCIS GUMOSKI St. Cceilias Undecided Men of-few words are the best men. DONALD HAWRES No. 5 Union College A calm, U-ll-FIQUIPII gentleman is he, Vindex 3. 4g Forum 43 Asst. Baseball Mgr. 3: Baseball Mgr. 4. IVA HEATH No. 4 Mansfield State Col. " Tis quality' not quantitv that countsf' f ft CllAllLl'1S HICAXT No. 5 Undecided Always happy. always gay. Living his life in his own sweet way. Senior Dance Committee. EDNA HICKS No. ll Albany Stale Col. ,4 ll tongues speak well of her. Girls Reserves 4: Library Council 4: Agora 4: Elfrae Staff. S'l'l'IPlll+IN HOLLERAN St. Patricks Notre-Dame Ile has bath Ialenls and rlisr'erning. .lOSl'Il'll HOLLY Corning, N.Y. U. of Buffalo He has a head to contrive and a tongue to per- suade- Vindex 3. 4: Orchestra 4. Z' BERNARD HOLSINGER No. 11 Juniata Col. He hath born himseU bqvond the promise of his age! Forum 2, 3, 4 CSec'y 3J: CPres. 41g Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Vindex 2, 3, 4 Cllditor 413 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4-g Junior Class Pres. Elfrac Staff. RAYMOND HORIGAN St. Patrick's Undecided On their own merits- Modest men are dumb. ANNA HORTON No. 11 Undecided Not having much to say, Gentle and qu ie! in every way. DOROTHY HORTON No. 2 Elmira College On with the dance, let joy be unconfnedl wx N71 V1 td' X 'lvl L','rI,'1. K C321 4 1-W 5 . JOHN HORTON ,Junior High Bucknell U. .4 will to succeed is half the hgh!- ELIZABETH HOWLAND No. 2 Elmira College 'Tis nice to be natural when you are naturally nice. Student Council 2, 4, QVice- Pres. 253 Vice Pres. .Junior Class, and Senior Class, Athletic Council 4: Senior Dance Committee. MARY HOY No. 5 Elmira College The most manqest sign of wisdom I s continued cheerfulness. Girls Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4 lVice Pres 41, Agora 3, 4, Pres. 4J: Student Council 4 lVice Pres. 41. JAM ES HUGHES St. Patricks Undecided Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit. Masquers 1. PAUL HUGHES S.S.P.P. New York U. Cupid is a knavish lad- This to make poor females mad. Masquers 2, 3, 4, "Clarence" Forum 2, 3, 43 Vindex 3, 43 Track 3, 45 Elfrac Staff. ELIZABETH HURLEY St. Patricks Undecided It's safer being meek than fierce. HILTON J AYNE No. ll Lehigh U. Smile and the world smiles with you. Hi-Y 3, 4g J. V. Football 43 Orchestra 1, 2, Masquers 4, Vindex 4. EUNICE JOHNSON No. 4 Cortland Normal To be eficient in a riuiet way, Is my aim throug out each day. Mandolin Club 2, Mandolin- Banjo Club 4. FLORENCE JOHNSON No. 11 Undecided Not what I wish but what others want. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Library Council fPres. 4l. MILDRED JOHNSON No. 4 Arnot-Ogden Hos. We are sure there will be no needofahearse, When our Milly becomes a nurse. Orchestra l,2g Banjo-Man- dolin Club 4. ALGER KEETON No. 2 Undecided When and duty clash Let duty go to smash. .lunior Prom. CChairmanjg Athletic Council 4. LEON KEETON No. ll Colgate U. For men may come and men ma S0 But lygo on forever Student Council lg Mas- uers 4g Forum 4g Track gianager. 4. THOM AS K ELLY No. 4 Cornell University A smile for every fellow And two for every girl Harmony Club lg Cheer Leader 3g Forum 3, 4, Mas- guers 2, 3, 4: Senior Dance ommlttee. MARJORIE KIEFFER St.Patrick's Elmira College lllarge stands for jvc things M-Mastery A-Ability R-Radiance C-Genius E-Excellence Vindex 2, 3, 43 Masquers 2. 3, 4 fPresident 31: .lunior llop Committee: .lunior Ring Committee: Student Council 3. 4, fSev'y 3l: Secdy Senior Classg Senior Dance Committecg Editor Elfrac. RHONDDA KING Binghamton, N. Y. Elmira College l f thy learning were in gold What nfortune thou woulds'l hold. Masquers 4: QClarenccj 4. PHYLLIS KOLB St. Patricks Undecided Quiet hut not idle LORENZO LAFRANCE No. 8 lnternational Y.M.C.A. None but himself can be his parallel. Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 43 Hi- Y 3. 4. KEN N ETH LEACH N 0. ll P.G . Wise as time and silence are. ELIZABETH LEE Breesport, N. Y. Undecided Quiet but always willing to do her share. BERNARD LENECAN S.S. P.P. St. Andrew's His words, like so many airy servitors try: around him at comman . Forum 2, 3, 4 fVice Pres. 315 Masquers 2, 3, 4 fPresi- dent 41g Orchestra 1, 2g Band 1, 23 "Three Friends" Cast, Varsity Debate 3, 4g Student Council 4, Senior Dance Committee. off" MARION LEVlNE No. 11 Smith College Too wise to err Too good to be unkind. Agora 3, 43 Elfrac Staff. ALICE LONERGAN St. Patriek's Cornell University The hand that l1Ulhl7lllllf'.V0ll fair Hath marie you good. Agora 3, 4 C'l'reasurer 4lg Masquers 4: Elfrae Staff. ALLEN LUNG Caleton, Pa. Syracuse University A football hero with pluck and fight, And that in itseb' is enough to write. Hi-Y 3, 4, Varsity Foothall 3, 4. MARJURIE LYON No. ll Elmira College In life Ifnfl a lot offun, But when there is work I get it done. Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. 43 Clef- Cluh 3. 4g Agora 4. ,X f 5 if ' J V77 lM HIE M ACKIE No. 8 Elmira College SIIIES quiot and shy .4 nrlyou might pass her hy Wore' it not that you lfnow Sh0'sfaithful and truv. Girl Reserves 44 Agora -L .lUl,l A M AHANEY S.S. P.l'. Highland Hospital liilllz' I ash and my wants are few-. Agora 2. 3. 4: Glen Club 3, 4. .l ESSIE M 'XNSFIELD No. 2. Elmira College .-11111 Alma lllatvr smiles to sw Our ,lvssiv 'mong hor pro- gvritv. .lA M ES MARK St. Patri4'k's Georgetown U. .4 good companion aml an vasyfrieml. Masquers 3, 43 Forum 43 Banjo Club 1, 2, 3. 4. HELEN MATTRISKI St.Patrick's Elmira College She lives in peace with all mankind, In friendship she is true. OLGA MEZUR St. Casimir's Meekers Business College Patience is not alone a trait- It is a virtue. FRIEND MILLER No. 11 Union College The teacher always 'scover myfaul V Tha ne appr ' c rms. MW f, 1 Hi.Y 2, 3, ' , 4: Basketb r. Ass't. Mgr. Football 3 Elfrac Staff. KENNETH MILLER No. 4 P.C. Lge is a jest and all things show it, I thought so once but now I know it. Asst. Mgr. Football 2g Class Basketball 3, 4. 23 f If ' 2 1.515 JOHN McCARTHY St. Patrick's U. of P. Stick to it through thick and thin, Says this lad with a hearty. grin. Science Club lg Track 1, 2g Interclass Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 3. JUSTIN McCARTHY St. Patrick's ,Princeton U. He walks on a well trodden street, Where he and worry will never meet, Football 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. MARY ALICE McCAULEY St. Cecilia's Elmira College Not having much to say Gentle and quiet in every way. JOHN McLEOD No. ll Williams College Ah! you flavor everything You are the vanilla of so- clkzty-. Student Council 1, 2, 43 Hi- Y 2, 3, 4, Vindex 1, Presi- dent Senior Class. PAUL MORRELL St. Anthony Undecided I have ai heart with room for every 103'- Forum 3, 4. ELIZABETH MUTH No. 4. Arnot-Ogden Hospital Elizabeth is good and without pretense, Blessed with reason and com- mon-sense. JOSEPH NADER St. Patrick's Undecided Wise to resolve and patient to reform. MARION NEWMARK No. 4 Sullins College 'And any artist drew her he would draw her unaware, With a halo 'round her hair. Agora 4. S i t l tl ' 5' ME MS! f 55 All X i V77 ar. ALICE NOONAN St.Patrick's Elmira College Throughout her eyes a s arkle beams, In hier raven hair it gleams. Masquers 3, 4: Agora 4. FRANCIS O'BRIEN St. Patrick's Cornell U. Thereis luck in leisure. ERVING PARRY No. Il Union College Brevity is the soul of wit! Forum 43 Masquers 4: Class Basketball 2, 3, 4. MARGARET PAYNE I .IULIA PEASE Big Flats, N. Y. Corning Hos The two noblest th-ings are sweetness and simplicity. LOLETA PEASE No. 2 Undecided Gentle of speechg bencfclkznt of mind. Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY PELONE No. 5 Bucknell U. My heart belongs to one alone. No. 8 Meekers Business ROBERT PETTINGILL College No. 11 Undecided Sozxsihfhiegigjoin the Care was forgotten in his Soon to the ciowd of . Composmon' lqe belong. lie im. w ill I ' MI M 25 V77 K 65 Xl I7 1. LUCY PLACE No. 5 Sullins College When you think her all fle- mure, Su weetly, quietly reserved, Straightway from her eyes peep forth, Little laughing imps of mirth' Girl Reserves 4g Agora 4. 'ra .IF F GHARQLES RHODES No. 2 Undecided I speak scholarly and wisely. Banjo Club 4. EARL RUBERTS No. 2 Undecided A fellow of plain uncoined constancy. PHlLLlP ROE No. 4 Syracuse U. lt's the little .things in the world that count. 2' . " 'br'-ff' l'iS'l'lll'1R RUMSHY No. 2 .lolm Hopkins Let her hut smile-all cares rleparl. DAVID SARNER No. l l ,luniata College Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers. Varsity track 2, 3, 4: Forum 3, 4: lnterclass Basketball l, 2, 3 QlVlanager EU: Vindex 4: Senior Dance Committee. GLADY5 SHAW No. 4 Arno!-Udgen Hospital A merry heart goes all the way. .lUSl'Il'll SlIll'iFI'IN No. 5 l'mlm-idml ,loe is a very little man, Who always does the best he can. S f it W G A ll R l'I'l"l' Sll El"l"l'IR No. 5 Undecided Oh this learning what a thing it isl Nlasquers 4, QClarenceJ 4g Orchestra l, S0l'llll4I SHULMAN Pittston, Pa. Syracuse U. With mirth and laughter, Let old wrinkles come. MARION SISKIN No. l Eastman's Occupation is one great source of en oyment JOHN SPLA N N St. Patrick's Georgetown U. W ony, let it run away, Live a life and live it gay! Nlasquers 3, 4-3 Hi-Y 3, 4: Vindcx 3. 43 Orchestra 1. 2, 3,-1. ALBERTA STEBBINS No. ll Elmira College "Stab" is certainly a puzzle to us Herfirst year in college will be finished, ll' hen we're just graduating A N'l'l'l0N Y STRUZINSKI Sunbury, Pa. Undecided .4 ml panting time toiled after him in vain. WlLLl A M S'l'U'l'SKI'1 No. l0 Purdue University ,4 ll the great men are flying- I dorftfeel well myself. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Senior Ring Coin- mittee. ALFRED SWAN N. Y. City Dartmouth U. Nothing turns up in this world, I lntil someone turns it up. Masquers 3, 4, Cljresidentj 3: Forum 3, 4. u.lttt . fm!! 7' X ll il y 4718. LEONORA SZERZEN Blossburg, Pa. Al any State College A girl reliable and true, And furthermore a worker too. Girl Reserves lg Agora 4. LEONORE TATELBAUM No. 1 Elmira College A clever debater is she, Quick thinker, good speaker all three. Agora 1, 2, 3, 4g Masquers 3, 4g M r. Girls Debating team 33 tudent Council 4, fSec'yl. HELEN TREAT No. ll Cornell University Joy rises in me Like a summer morn! ALEXANDER TURNER No. 5 Union College And who is this towering giant, my lords? Hi-Y 3, 4g Student Council 2, 43 fPresident 413 Chair- man Junior Ring Com- mitteeg Mgr. Baseball 3. tu na., c . ieiw' BERTHA UNOLD No. 1 Cortland Normal Good nature and good sense are good companions. Agora 3, 4g Glee Club 3, 4. ALICE VIELE No. 8 Undecided Isn't it too bad more of us haven't A lice's earnest application? Girl Reserves 3, 4. MARJORIE VOLKER Hendy Ave. School Elmira College Of manners gentle-of af- fection mild. Banjo-Mandolin Club 4. WALTON WATTS California Undecided He hath all the virtues ofa truly good scout. 1 V77 f ee ta, JAMES WILLIAMS JQHIF WESER . No. 5 Undecided St. Patrlck s Undecided He is a roper man's picture. Tlzgfglzlj ofertzfgqlzehgllf Inter Cqass Basketball 1, 2, htsp 3. lhoug . THEODORE WILLIAM WETMORE WRONKOWSKI No. 5 Undecided St. Casimer's Alabama U. A little nonsense now and In 010553 day? Beau Brummel then. set sry es- Is xfrrlshed by the wlsest Student Council 23 Forum Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. .vllfl I , - I '3' 3 8 4g Hi-Y 3 8l 4g Track 35 Foot-ball 3 81 4. f ia Xl J" L Class History "What is 'it,?" Thus a query made by one of a group of Senior boys back in the year 1925. The small group stood nonchalantly to be sure for they were Seniors, looking at a small frightened creature who trembled at the slightest provocation. "Yes, what is 'it'?" interrogated another. "It" was merely one of us who are now the lofty upper-classmen. How green we wereg how thoroughly innocent and inexperienced! The ancient ceremonial rite of gently placing Frosh on fountains was at the apex of its popularity. More than one of our number was carefully "stormed" that year by means of E.F.A's drinking apparatus. However despite our youth we were easily able to romp off with the inter-class basketball championship. Two undefeated rounds of inter-class play decided and assured our court supremacy. The class of '29 was unorganized in the Freshman and Sophomore year but in September 1927 we arrived at the E.F.A. with the earnest purpose of electing class officers and truly becoming an organized body. Bernard Holsinger was elected to the class presidency. while Betty Howland was chosen vice-president, John Crowley, treasurer, and Virginia Delaney, secretary. Soon after this, committees were appointed to supervise arrangements for a dance and for class jewelry. Charles Agan, Mary Cooper, Marjorie Kieffer, Alexander Turner, John Crowley and Bernard Holsinger made up the Ring and Pin Committee. On March 14th, 1928, the class held its only social affair, a dance, at Masonic Temple. The hall was attractively decorated with the school colors-blue and white, together with an assortment of vari-colored balloons. Convening shortly after the reopening of school in September 1928, the class elected officers and laid plans for a banner year. Jack McLeod was elected to the presidency, while Betty Howland was chosen vice-president. Richard Forbes became treasurer and Marjorie Kieffer secretary. Our Senior dance held earlier in the term than has been the case in former years, took place in the "underworld," the gymnasium, and was especially well attended. The inter-class basketball season culminated with our class occupying premier position of the league. We now leave the Academy with a pang of regret that its curriculum and pro- gram are no longer ours, but we shall ever cherish fond memories of our high school life. c as 30 f 66 f fl V Senior Committees RING AND PIN DOROTHY ELLETT WILLIAM STUTSKE ACTIVITIES COMMITTEES CHARLES AGAN, Chairman EUGENE DEEG.AN IvA HEATH MARION NEWMARK THOMAS BINGHAM LORENzO LA FRANCE BERTHA UNOLD SENIOR DANCE BERNARD LENEGAN THOMAS KELLY ELIZABETH HOWLAND PHILLIP FINCH DAVID SARNER DORIS CREIGHTON CHARLES H EAXT ALEXANDER TURNER MURIEL BEARD MARJORIE KIEFFER SENIOR DAY EDNA HICKS, Chairman PAUL HUGHES JOHN MCCARTHY I HILTON JAYNE ESTHER RUMSEY DORIS CREIGHTON KENNETH MILLER any SENIOR RECEPTION ALGER KEETON, Chairman PHILLIP FINCH ALICE LONERGAN f" BERNARD LENEGAN ALICE NOONAN lg, VIRGINIA DELANEY SENIOR PLAY A BERTRAM BROOKS . ..... Business Manager LEON KEETON ....... Ass't Business Manager MARIANNA FLYNN ......... Property Ushers 'MURIEL BEARD ALICE NOONAN HELEN MATTRISKI DORIS CREIGHTON DOROTHY ELLETT MARGARET PAYNE PAULINE DICRENSON MARJORIE KIEFFER DOROTHY HORTON Junior Committee of Class of 1929 RING AND PIN ALEXANDER TURNER, Chairman BERNARD HOLSINGER VIRGINIA DELANEY ELIZABETH HOW'LAND CHARLES AGAN JOHN CROWLEY MARJORIE KIEI-'I-'ER MARY COOPER JUNIOR HOP ALGER KEETON, Chairman MARY COOPER BERNARD HOLSINGER I ROBERT TOPPING MARJORIE KIEFFER RICHARD FORBES U me 1 X.,',A A ,V H -f l I -gAI:.'A. S IR., I ' A M. MEA 31 I 1 ME BME ! 1 1 KID fl! 4 - THE JL'NIOR C1 it I - 1, THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Fmasmux CLASS Tm: 5. if X 1 J 1 1' ,, 71, if ,vf fy! ff, X f AW ff H W A C T I V I TI E S f as NX if W The eE1fraf9' taff Those I n The Picture A re: NIARJORIE KIEFFER ...... Editor-in-Chief JOHN CROWLEY . . Business llfunager MR. JOHN COLGAN , Literary Advisor Miss HELEN SEROI. . . . Art Advisor Literary Staff Business Staff lhfll'RIEL BEARD MARY FAUL BERNARD lloI.sINcER BI-:RTRAM Bnooxs M ,xRIoN LEVINE ALICE LONERG.-KN FRIEND lVlILLl-JR PAUL HUGHES ANNE CIERI ALDEN GREGIQ l'lDNA Huzics WILLIAM S'l'l'TSKl-I "The l'llfraI"' Staff expresses its deepest appreciation to Raymond Seely, lleonore 'l'atelbaunI. Bernard Lenegan, Alexander Turner, .lack McLeod, Frances Bennett and Thomas Fennell for their cooperation and aid in helping to construct this Year Book. Also we wish to thank Miss Sekol and Mr. Colgan for the time and energy they have contributed. and for their very welcome advive and supervision. ,-Ml', A .lll ifllgii 35 -QNX My' J: N V77 If If so of f mlm X Vindex taff Those In The Picture Are: ROBERT MALONEY THOMAS FENNELL BERNARD li0LSlNGl-IR PAUL HUGHES RICHARD THORNTON CLADYS BOlYRoEoIs JOHN SPLANN WAYNE MCLALTD EVELYN BROOKS ROBERT BROWN DONALD IIAWKES NIARJORIE KIEFFER EARL HORNBEKIK SANFORD BARCUS BERTRAM BROOKS DONALD SEEM DAVID SARNER JOSEPH HOLLY BERNARD HoLs1NoER 4 . . WAYNE MCLAUD . JOSEPH HOLLY , JOHN SPLANN . . MARJORIE KIEFFER BERTRAM BROOKS . . . Editor-in -chief . Sports Editor . Humor Editor . . News Editor Pbutlireg Ass't News Editor . Business Nfanager MRS. JEANETTE DEUEL ...... Faculty Advisor The Vindex-published by the students of the Elmira Free Acadamy for the students and the school, a defender and informer,-has during 1928-29 maintained and even improved upon the records of former years. It has placed in every one of the three contests in which it has been entered, winning a first place in the national competition held at Columbia University. For the first time in its existence as a bi-weekly thc Vindex published as its premier issue a six page edition. This in- crease in the size of the aper was carried out the remainder of the year and several special editions were inchided in the series of publications for the two school terms- among these a sixteen page paper and a twe ve page paper. The Vindex has been successful in the truest sense of the word-it has incon- testably increased E.F.A.'s fame. 36 WX!! X , ' f ' V77 Z 1.72 f 911 BERNARD HOLSINGER ALEXANDER TURNER JACK Mc LEOD JAMES DIGBY BERTRAM BROOKS ELIZABETH HOWLAND Student Council Those I n The Picture Are: MARY Hoi' BERNARD LENEGAN LEONORE TATELBAUM FAY DE LONG JANE MESSIMER MARJORIE KIEFFER ALEXANDER TURNER . . President MARY HOY . . . . Vice-president LEONORE TATELBAUM . .... Secretary BERTRAM BROOKS ......,.. Treasurer The Student Council under the management of capable officers has had a very sucessful year. The Council has succeeded remarkable under the new system the aim of which is to make the authority of that body more respected. The organization s onsored a carnival in the halls of the school in April, which due to the efforts of ,lJack McLeod and his committee was a great success. Also it has conducted several after school dances in the gymnasium. The Council throughout the year has backed Mr. Parker in all that he has done and has done its bit in helping to maintain E.F.A.'s excellent reputation. 37 X f linvmc Piuun' .hams M ARK R on ERT M tx LoN m' PAUL ll lieu!-Qs .lmzk ll ,xssi5'r1' ,louN SPI,-NNN lioiucwi' llU'rm:ulNsoN lJANlliL Iafxwls All-'RIGD SWAN Tuowms KELLY BERNARD LMNLLGAN . IJUROTHY lluoul-ns MARIANNA FLYNN . ,lurk ll,xssm"r Masquers Those I ll The Picture .-lr: LEON Km-:TON l,isoN,xRn lCPs'rr:iN KATHLELJN Kll-:Flflsix NIARION SHEAR!-in fVl..xRv l'lAl'L llr:Lr:N Mi-um S1',wLr:Y DAY I'Il,inNfml-1 WHITI-:sl KN lllCl,l'IN Di-1 LAN:-:Y Tumi is FENNELL ,Ions COLGAN ,I ic A N r:'r'rie lil 'rulzn 'l'uow1xs lJ..xN.uu:n Khin' M .ui Ulm:-in NI .-uuok l lc K I EFI-'lcli NIARMNN-x FLYNN lilcnw.-um lmxrzisu DCDRKDTIIX' lltfciu-is Nlliklicl. lhzum 'XLIKIIC Nooxm Rl'TlI l,0RDl'IN . President 'lift'-l7fl'Sidf'llf . Seeretmjv . Treasurer New members having been admitted at various times lllfllllglltllll eaeli semester. at present there are fifty members in Masquers. This year Booth 'l'arkington's "Clarence" was sueessfully produced, as the annual play, under the eapable direetion of Mr. Colgan. Masquers eontinued the recently established eustom of holding danees at frequent intervals at the Country Club, and entertained at some very novel parties. At the meetings lleld every week at tlie Steele Memorial Library programs have been presented and movements discussed. , I' . 38 V77 '56 like A- I 5 H1-Y Those In The Pirlurv fire: l'lllANt2lS hl0tZHI,HR W.-n'Nr: Mc:l.u'n l'l0l!l'Ill'l' llRowN -XLIH-:N liklillll ,IUHN Sl'L.xNN ,IonN lImmLl-:Y .l-uzk M4:l.Ron vItI'l'0lt l,0N-KIJISON li0N-KLII 'NRNIIHHTST lil-:oN Iirzrrrow Nl R. Sum ICNKLICR PHn.l.lP FINCH BERNARD HoLslNm-:R lJONAl.IJ SEEN: WfkL'l'h1R WElSMfiN 'l'REonoR 1-3 WRON Roslu l"R,xNt:ls EVANS Rom-:RT lvl.-KLONI-XY llll.'l'0N ,I.-WNR HR lilr:R,xRo l+'oRRr:s M,1:lf:R Km:ToN NIR. Nu:uoLs UARTH Suorm un-:R ALEXANDER TURNER FERDINAND llmsn GLox'n KIMHALL DONALD lVlACCRAPIl ALLEN LoNc STA-tNLm' DAY NORMAN Ill-:ss 'l'mm,xs Kr:if1ToN l,0RHNZ0l4A FR,xNc:r: l'lRll'IND lVllI.l,l'IR l'lI'lRlllN-KND Hush: .... . . President 'XLICX tNm:R 'l'l'RNlcR . Vic:--presirlf-nt 1, H , v ' i f . 7'I'l'llSlll'0l' 1-KRIII Slit!!-A1-Hxlull'N U Smrmnrv X N'rnoNx' Sc:uwr:NRl.RR ....... . Aflvisfir The lli-Y of l4I.F.A. has been one ofthe most at-tive of all school organizations. Much credit is due to the ventral Y.M.C.A. where, on Wednesday noon. President llaase vonduvts meetings. 'l'o be a member of Hi-Y does not merely mean that one has a place to go for lunvh hut that one is striving to maintain in his own personal life the three high stand- ards ofthe clubwnamely living up to the Purpose, Slogan. and Objectives of the 0l'g3I'llZall0n. Z. lk QQQLAY li, 39 m a s, A ora Those In The Picture Are: FAY DELONG JEANETTE BUTLER ANNA SOLOMON SARAH SHULMAN LENORE SZERSZEN ALICE NOONAN HELEN FEATHERMAN MARGARET CREIGHTON MARIAN NEWMARR MARIAN LYNCH EDNA HICKS Miss LOUIsE GAMBLE ALICE FERRIS KATHERINE DUDLEY MARGARET CARMODY MARIANNA FLYNN MARY HOY MARIAN LEVINE LEONORE TATELBAUM LUCY PLACE l"iVELYN BROOKS DELURES ESSEN MARY HOY . . MARGARET CARMODY MARIANNA FLYNN . ALICE LONERGAN . Miss LOUISE GAMBLF ..... JULIA lNlAH.-XNEY DOROTHY HI'GHEs Nl.-KRTHA HARRISON IMHIE MACRIE ANNE CIERI ROSEMOND DAN'lD HELEN MACK MARY FAUL l'il'TH LORDEN BERTHA UNOLU . . President . Vice-president . . Secretary . . Treasurer Faculty Advisor The Agora Debating Society has enjoyed another very sucessful year. Under the able leadership of the Officers, the club has aroused a greater interest in debating among the girls. A membership drive was the first important step taken by the Old members. As a result, novel ideas with regard to initiating the new"AgOrites" were introduced a few weeks later. Many of the customary spreads have been enjoyed throughout the year and readings, dialogues, and debates have featured the weekly meetings. With such a foundation it seems quite likely that the success of the Organization will continue in the future. ! " V -L , ,Alia 40 X X V I X sa my V77 I 1. X Forum , Those In The Piclure .-irc: IJ-win S.-xnNl-:R IJoN-u,n Sl-:mi Awluizn SwxN 'I'ur:onoiu5 WnoNkouskl lil-IRNARIJ I,l4:NlA:o.xN liuzuum 'l'uoRN'roN Jun-is l'il'RkE l'lRVlNG PARRY lil-:n'rRfu1 liRO0IxS lllfzokol-: li-KRl'EN'I'HR ,louN Cmm'l.m' ,Inn-:s Duznx' .I Mrk ll -KSSl'1'l"I' l'i-wi. Ilnom-as Ron 1-:RT M A LoN m' Puri, h"l0RREl.L li0BI4ZR'l' il Jn KPICR Ll':oN KEETON .losrzvn I I Um Nskl .losrzvu Bmsu lJoNA1,u lhwlu-Ls Aluuf:N DEVORH I+'RANr:is UMHRIICN ,I AM ES M A R K ISHRN,-um llol,slNolf:R D.-wlal, Lawns ,loHN Com.-xN BERNARD leIoLs1Nor:n . . . . . President Gi-:once C.uiPEN'rr:n . Vice-President Davin SARNER . . . Secretary ROBERT MALoNm' . . Treasurer JOHN CULGAN ........ Faculty Advisor Forum has. this year, been renovated greatly to its advantage and drawn away somewhat from the monotony of the average debating club. On January 28. 1029. the members convened for their first social function, a banquet at the Deluixe lnn at which Joseph Blash presided. At the next meeting the members decided to divide into two groups, the Reds and the Blues. A series of debates followed. Un May I0 the ,Reds entertained the Blues at a dinner party. Amusing after-dinner speeches were given by the losing team. Forum members feel that they have completed a very successful year. ' coll - ftt 4-l f A I ll' 1' , it Orchestra Those In The Picture Are: MARGARET CREIGHTON ROSE ALICE CONNELLY ALICE FAUL FLORENCE JOHNSON JosEPR HOLLY TIIERESA CosTELLo RAYMOND HORICAN FLORENCE MCINERNY' JOHN SPLANN MARGARET REILLY WILLIAM WHITMORE WILLIAM STUTSKE DANIEL LEWIS FRANCIS CRAMRERLAIN EDWARD OSLEARY LILLIAN HowE MINNIE CIERI FILAMENA COLETTA MADELINE STROUP PEARL HAGER JOSEPH HUDINSRI CARMEL FUSARE DELOS ANDRUS MR. ABBOTT Under the direction of Mr. Abbott, our Orchestra has improved very much this year, having increased both in size and quality. Several violas and a large bass drum have been added and, at present, the instrumentation is complete except for the trombone and flute. Besides playing for us every week at assembly the orchestra has entertained at the Mascguers and Senior lays. Also May 3rd, a very line concert was given at the Sout side High Schooli ills. Ref ' ' X 42 Xxxttfnl ""' at A 1 E. H. . Band 'flmse I n The l'iz'lure .4re: lll'll'I'IS Wisi-zriuu' I'uu. NWILFIKIICID tlmcww Winmzs tll.lcNN lh'nnol't:ils W-uxrow W .t1'Ts ll-tnoi,n Ihf:NNlc'i'1' Imaam' llli-K'I'Il Ki-:NNlc'rn I'-uuas ll uvrn Snot-ni.-nu-:n l"i.oYn Swrzl-:T Mn. Blicm' Ami-:RT D,u:osTiNo .loslsvu Ilunmsiu WILLIM1 STUTSKE lVlAR'l'lN Bvsrnon GIQRALD Gl1Nlnf:lw.xN lnvmc Willrxmnsll IAVERNIQ: Ha.-tru Datos Awnmfs JAMES HARPER M.-tx 'l'.AYLon Director WILLI.AM E. BIERY. ,IAYIICS Fmuus Norm-'iN llieum Pilrrrzn RUTAN Mmorn Nlel.soN l"n,tNt:ls Sl'i':Nt:r:n 0sw.u,n M -k'I'TllHN s WPlNlJ'tl,l, S'rl1:vl-:Ns Ronmr DVNCAN Awrnom' CIERI Wlcsrm' ll,-teen l'1nNiesT llonarzlwrrziw The l'l.ll.S. Boys lland. inaugurated last year, has been one ofour most sucessful musival organizations. .M present it has a membership of thirty-live boys and expects to increase this number to fifty before the school year closes. Under the eapable direction of Mr. liiery, the boys have been practising every Wednesday. They have entertained the students at assembly many times and during the football and basketball seasons were one of the big attractions at the games. 11-3 5 V77 X 7 4,9 1 Banjo and Mandolin Club Those In The Picture are: JAMES NEIDERPRUEN MARJORIE VOLKER DELORES ESSEN EUNICE JOHNSON GERALD WHEELER MILDRED JOHNSON HENRY CASSADA DOROTHY GOLDSMITH JACK WARD MARION LYNCH RAYMOND SEELY MADELINE STROUP MR. KNAPP This year the Banjo and Mandolin Clubs have been entirely reorganized. Once again they are under the direction of Mr. Knapp but this season have united. Although the club has made few appearances in public so far, they have been practis- ing diligently every week. For a small organization the Banjo and Mandolin Club has made an excellent showing and promises to be one of the Outstanding activities of High School life in the future. diss. . mf f f. I AR MS 44 . X XX If F vvv A fx., f C, Y Glee Club Those In The Picture Are: M. LICGREEVY M. BYAN T. COSTELLO E. LEAHY A. GREGG M. SPLANN A. NEITH L. HowE R. LORDEN H. LIDDY H. CANTOR W. BARNES M. LYNCH A. SOLMON R. COLLIN J. MAHANEY G. CAREY D. IIUGHES M. JENKS B. 'BAKER M LYON I. SWEENEY D. f:OLDSMITH A. BENNETT N. FLETCHER L. HANCOCK M Fonsntmc F. SEELY Miss GRINNELL Under the direction of Miss Alice Grinnell the Girls Glee Club has com leted a very successful year. Although it has not increased in size, it has improved, very Illllf'll in the quality of the voices. ,During the year the cluh has entertained at assembly many times. It also entertained the members of the Thursday Morning Musicales with a Christmas Erogram, at Park Church. On May 3rd the girls were presented in a concert at Southside lligh School together with the band and orchestra. f f. 45 -ei xx' Vfff ' vvv X V V we P 'Sb 6 , .dlifl " Boys' Debate Those In The Picture Are: IDONALD Hixwmzs. Alternate ,loHN E. COLGAN, Coach JOHN Hfxssmr BERTKAM Bnoorcs BERNARD LENI-LGAN, Leader The l'l.F.A. debate team was defeated on March eighth in the Binghamton Central lligh School Auditorium by the Binghamton Debators. The question was, Resolved: 'l'hat Trial by Petit Jury, as Applicable to Civil Cases, Should be Abol- ished. Binghamton upheld the affirmative and Elmira the negative. Robert Bond opened the debate with a history of the question. John Hassett then opened the negative argument. Ralph Edgeeombe followed with the second affirmative issue. and Bertram Brooks presented the corresponding negative issue. Carl Titus The Binghamton leader, then closed the Binghamton case and Bernard Lenegan, lflmira leader. presented the final arguments of the Elmira case. 'l'he Amherst Cup will remain in Binghamton until the debate next year. 'I'o ,lolm R. Colgan, coach of the team. is due much credit for the showing made by the Elmira boys. t R 1:1 iff .. or ?i-A, ?'ll'-X' l b 46 X jf, is ll W m Y W -3 Girls? Debate Those In The Picture Are: IVIARY IloY LEONORE TATELBAUM, Alternate RHONIJDA KING. Leader MARIANNA FLYNN, Manager Muir l'lAl'l. JOHN E. COLGAN, Coach At the time this book went to press, the Elmira girls were just preparing their spa-4-1-lies for the debate with Binghamton on the question "That the present system ol' installment. bargaining is favorable to the best interests ofthe American people." lihnira is upholding the affirmative side. The cup which was given by Mrs.Ql Sloat Fassett is at present in Binghamton. It is hoped however that this year's team will bring it back to its proper place in the lfllmira Free Academy oflice. 47 sm ff W' . xx. I lr. f 3, n gt Cast of GG top Thiefw Presented by Illc Senior Class ,loan Carr . ....... ilL.umur:L Fisk Mrs. Carr . . . . . , ALICE l"muus Mr. Carr . FRANK Axmu-:iw Mr. Jamison . . ,loim SPLANN Madge Carr Muuos NEWMARK James Cluney . ALPIXANDI-:R TURNER Caroline Carr , . PHYLLIS KOLB Dr. Willoughby . . . Ton FENNELL Rev. Mr. Spilain . . Biznvuxlx LENEG.-KN foe Thompson QDelet'ti1'eD . . lj.-XVID S.-KRNER Nell CMaidJ . . . . PHYLLIS Flsu Jack Doogan QCroolfD . BERNARD lloLsiNcER Sergeant of Police . ELLSWORTH DECKER Police Officer 0'lWallev . DoN,x LD lhwxas Police Officer Clancy . Puri. IIUGHES Police Ofhcer 0'Brien ...... FRIEND MlI.LER A Chaujeur ........ ALDEN GREGG 'THIS intensely interesting comedy was very ably presented by the above cast. "Stop Thief" was written by Carlyle Moore. The plot centers around the theft ofa ruby ring which Mr. Carr had given his daughter, Madge. as a wedding present. Everyone suspects everyone else due to the fact that there is a streak of cleptomania in the family. Of course the least suspected persons are found to be the thieves and the complicated plot unweaves itself nicely. f. +f , ,, 48 I f l l 77? X ' L Mrs. Martylt Mr. Wheeler lllrs. Wheeler Bobby Wheeler Cora W'heeler Violet Pin nefy 66 97 Cast of Clarence Presented by Nlasquers Dramatic Society CAST OF CHARACTERS . . . . . . HARRIET ALPERT . GARRETT SHEFFER ALICE FERRIS PAUL HUGHES HELEN R0sE RHONDDA KING Clarence . . . STANLEY DAY Della . . DOROTHY HUGHES Dinwiddie . . JACK HASSETT Hubert Stem ......... JACK BICKFORD This four act comedy, written by Booth Tarkington, was very ably presented last December by the above cast. The story centered around the so-called soldier, "Clarence," whose real identity was not revealed until the last act. The infatuations of all the male members of the household for Violet and indeed all the complicated situations throughout the whole lay proved most amusin as they were cleverly worked out. This farce was greatly appreciated as are all ofgTarkington's works. 49 XXX VV! V77 7 51, T 1 Llbrar Counell Those I n The Pirlurc Are: KATHRYN DRAP1-:R EDITH HARD1-:R ELIZABETH PEE1' FLORENCE JOHNSON MARY Rnowas Miss GILMOUR FLORENCE JOHNSON , Ros,u.u-1 RUHMI-Il. . LJDRUTIIY Tl-:Rwn,l,loi-:R . ldnm Huzxs .... DOROTHY T1sRwi1,1.icHR MARGUERITE SCUDDER MARIAN SOUDDER DOROTHY Wiuzox MTLORHD VAN AUKEN Rosfxurz Rumi:-11, . . . President . Vive l,l'f'Sillf'lH . Secretary' . Trmsllrvr This Organization was founded in September l928. The members act as as sitants to the Librarian. At the weekly meetings they learn principles of hbrarw prom-eedure, talk over library problems, and discuss books. The club is soual as well as literary and its programs include teas, visits to other libraries. and soual evenings at the homes of the members. as Yr 50 5 A H 4i..l..,..3 X X - .-'177!75 -x 1 -' W 7' lffgz, ,.Lfr.i, ,K X 1 fg Qgiigzbiigagb n f -f ww T jx! mi I n " Q' a 4 Q Q Q E. A E ATHLETICS - 4 .','i'1i9 1,5 JEL-6"41f.,5 .-P Q- .,1..1y:H ,-I, 3' " rfrf' am fi- :- ' yi. v ,1,- .-Y ,ulr gf':i1?1-"ik I . ini, :?ff1':f'3f,. 1 ?".':Fi'F:: ff, 1 ' mu, ,Il X .V:- ' .L 1 - ' I-nj. ' .T " ,. 'g-,, 5, . ,r-1 , 1 ' ' ,f 15 -. 'Q , ,4, M b 3 5 . ,L 'L A., x AL 1'-n."-Z -1. -rx' 1 13314 JK -,H Sig' z-. 1 Ls -- Wm'- 4 151"-+12- f :" a. 101' .2 ,F -.PN 1, -.-..,. -, ?kvv . "Q - -, ..f,. w 5 .- 2 f ---'-n-1-nn, - - . .'- , - -. , rl 4-5 - -'Q .' ,-.ff - .--wx..-:-.., V,-aw:-. 'eq-V. ' ' 11554-iff 1' if fc: ftz 'fi V A , 1 1 -f m, j ' 4 pw . . v , .,. ,V - , Ny.: p .1 yr , :xt ' ' 5 ' 13- ' . W, ., 4 w I ' f it N To Arthur Hirst, Miss Frances O'Connor and Roland George, who have devoted their tireless efforts to the bettering and promoting of athletics in the Elmira High Schools, we do dedicate this section. a im . its V M A max 51 'XXV X. V77 f '56 6 i Liv. I o Football Team w Those On The Team Were: MERTZ SNYDER LONG ROE MCCORMACK ALLEN BOTNICK MOCHLER VETTER BALTZ CULLEN SCHIEIJ ARMBRUSTER HAASE FREDERICKS HASSET1' W.AKI.EY GREENE REED WRONKlJW'SKI PARKES FIOLLERAN PALMIERI WILSON PUNZO ARTHUR HIRST . . . . Coach ROLAND QQEORGH . .4ss,t Coach GEORGE VETTER 1 . , Captains HENRY SOHIEO If Ross NASH ....... . Manager 1928 SCHEDULE li. H. S. . .35 Athens . . .0 lu. H. S. . .19 Corning . .6 E. H. S. . . 6 Masten Park . .6 E. H. S. . .27 Bingo . . . I3 li. H. S. . . 6 Union Endicott .0 li. H. S. . .39 Norwich . .0 E. H. S. . . I9 Ithaca . .0 52 Z -65 l ,f nm Football Season State Championship! The Foot-ball season of 1928 represents another great epoch in the realms of sportdom for the Blue and White. Six victories and one tie summarize the results of a banner year on the gridiron, a year precedented only by the great triumphs of 1922. Even from the beginning of the season all indications pointed toward an ex- ceptional year. Arthur Hirst was, as usual, the super-eminent coach of the state. He was assisted by Roland George, gymnasium instructor at the South side High School, and Joseph "Red" Riley a former back field star of the Blue and White. All games of the season were played on the local athletic field a decided factor in the elevation of the teams morale. In addition, the material was fast, experienced and ambitious. Twenty five veterans reported for practice. Troy was to have been the first opponent of the E.H.S. squad but the contest was cancelled and Elmira was forced to engage Athens in their stead. This contest was regarded as very important. However, when October 6th rolled around, it found a heavy, fast squad awaiting the visitors from Athens. A decisive victory was registered by the Elmirans when they piled up a score of 35, holding the invaders pointless. In the next fray Elmira battled with our Northern neighbors from Corning. Three Elmira varsity players were on the bench with injuries, Captain Vetter being included in that number. The game was fast and featured by many long spectacular runs. The score resulted in a 19 to 6 victory for the local ag- gregation. On October 20th the Hirst men faced a new foe in the form of the squad from Masten Park High of Buffalo. In these gridders Elmira met her equal. The local boys were able to cover enough yardage to give them 14 first downs while, on the other hand the Bison City lads earned only 3. This was acclaimed a moral victory for the Elmirans but the score ended with each team possessing 6 counters. The following week the E.H.S. gridders faced their ancient rivals, Binghamton. Elmira's victory of 27 to 13 represented the first victory over the Parlor City squad since 1922. Following an open date on November 3rd, Union-Endicott journeyed to the Queen City to match her brain and brawn against Coach Hirst's men. Elmira won by a touch-down made on the second play of the game. The next two en- counters, the last of the season, were easy victories for the E.H.S. Warriors. The two E.H.S. captains won places on the mythical All-State eleven. George Vetter and Frank Sheid deserve all the praise they have received, they have piloted the Blue and White through perhaps the most successful season in its foot- ball history. " all 53 f APA Boys, Varsity Basketball 'flmsr' In The Pirturv .-irv: iiGRODOVVSKl MCCARTHY Cfmn SNYDER KNAPP 11REENE CROWLEY VETTER SHORRA PAL'mowi1'z CAssETTA HERRICK HIRST WINKLESTEIN ARTHllRI1lRST . . . . Coach DONALD GREENE ...... . . Captain IRVING WINKLESTEIN ...... . .Uanagvr 1928-1929 SCHEDULE E. ll. S. . . 22 Elmira Heights . . 18 E. H. S. . . 37 Union Endicott . 17 E. ll. S. . . 25 Norwich . . . 24- E. ll. S. . . 21 Ithaca . , . . 19 E. H. S. . . 14 Bingo . . . 16 E. 11. S. . . 38 Corning . , . 21 E. H. S. . . 12 Cortland . . . 18 E. ll. S. . . 28 Union Endicott . 21 E. H. S. . . 22 Elmira Heights . . 17 E. H. S. . . 27 Norwich . , . 17 E. II. S. . . 34 Ithaca . . . 18 E. H. S. . . 28 Bingo . . . 26 E. H. S. . . 19 Cortland . . . 18 E. H. S. .... 30 Johnson City . . . 21 . 54 f fy, n 2' , A Basketball Season For the fifth consecutive time in the history of thc New York State hi h school basketball, thc Blue and White of E.ll.S. earned the right to enter the finaT tourney for the state championship. After defeating all sectional teams, the Elmira lads journeyed to Syracuse to match their strength against whatever opposition they might meet t mere. Unfortunately for the invading Elmirans, who played the fast and exfperienced squad from Syracuse Central lligh School, they went down to defeat the rst night and were eliminated from the tournament. llopcs for the leaguc championship were high. even at the beginning of the season. ln the first contest. l'I.ll.S. invade: the small Elmira Heights court and defeated the smaller-town boys to the tune of 22-18. The Union-Endicott game was played on the floor of the Southside lligh School gymnasium. The White-clad Hirstmen swept to an easy victory by the score of 37-17. with the Reserves finishing the game. By a sin le point the Elmira boys were able to hand defeat to the invaders from Norwich. Tlaying on the Southside court, the two teams opposed each other to the limit. The entire game was close, the first half ending with the Elmira war- riors one point in the lead. The last few minutes of play were exceptionally fast, no one knowing when the gun would proclaim either one team or the other as victor. In the fourth game of the season, fanother one of those hair-raising, breath- taking, encountersb played at Elmira, lthica was defeated by a 21-19 score. The first defeat of the season was suffered at the hands of Bingo, oldest, rival of E. H. S. The contest terminated in a 16-14 win for the Parlor City squad on the Binghamton court. The usual high spirit was apparent in the fray, and the win- ning counters were tallied only in the last minutes of play. ln the only non-league game of the season, E.H.S.easily triumphed over the Corn- ing tossers by a 38-21 score. The second and last defeat of the sectional play was handed to the Blue and White when Cortland triumphed, 18-12. 1 The second round of league play began by a victory over U.E., 28-17. The remainder of the games were won quite easily, the seasons outstanding battle, however. taking place when E.H.S. sank the Bingoites, 28-26. When the two rounds of league play were terminated, the Elmira and Cortland squads were tied for the supremacy. This tie was played off on the Elmira Armory court. E.H.S. won a hard fought contest piling up a score of 19 to Cortland's 18. ln the sectional play-off, held at Union-Endicott, the Blue and White beat johnson City 30 to 21. They then invaded Syracuse as the representatives of the Southern Tierleague. The traditional Elmira record had been upheld. ' il If ,191 X 55 -.gil l 11,1 X W ,My 7? f I 417151 Girls, Basketball Tlzosv I n 'l'Iw Picturff flrv: llucw: Nllflsm-:R 1.Hox.x PAl.'l'IKONl'I'Z ISR-XNIIIS Bunk M -xm:l'lanlT1-1 1il.l,lo1'T Iiolsliwlw 'l'l4:'l'oR YIVI-KN Dum: Miss Wliowwrzn . Inlcwlc MIIISENER . RUSIGWI-KRY SIIEEHIC 141. . S. . IC. . S. . IC. . S. . Ii. . S. . ll 11 I1 Il lu. II. S. . IC. 11. S. . li. 11. S. . 15.11. S. . 15.11. S. . IC. 11. S. . . CORNELIA FORBES l,0RA NIOLTER BERNICE Swwm Imam: Swmzwm' Mun' Aman 1I.um.ToN Rosmi.-un' Sum-:nl-3 Miss 0'CoNNER . . . . . Coach Captain . . . . llannger 1028 SC1I1CDU1,1'1 Elmira Heights . .22 Corning . . .18 llhava . . 19 Cook . . .34 .28 Mldison . . 9 Corning . .31 Ithaca . . 16 Cook . . 21 Addison . . Ithaca . ' I6 IT 56 535 JOIIN lVlCCORMACK ROBERT WARLEY GERALD CUMMINGS PAUL HUGHES LIOLTON BOWERS ASA BROOKS PHILIP FINCH LEON KBETON Track Team Those In The Picture Are: BOYD REED RICHARD CULLEN RICHARD FORBES RICHARD BINGHAM DOMINIC LEMONCELLI DAVID SARNER WENTWORTH KENNON STEPHEN BROWN ROBERT DRAPER HENRY PALMEIRI LEROY SPRAGUE FRANCIS LOOP WILLIAM LLOYD MR. GEORGE DONALD ARMBUST ROLAND J. GEORGE . . Coach HENRY PALMIERI . . . . Captain DONALD ARsIBRUsTER ........ Manager ER The 1028 Track Team made a very remarkable showing last season even though it was the result of having experienced material. Coached by Roland J. George and captained by Henry Palmeiri, the E.H.S. gang, arranged into tip-top form, brought to Elmira the tied first place of Southern New York and Northern Pennsylvania Track Sections. The outstanding feature of the season was the representation of this section by the E.H.S. Relay Team, composed of Kennon, Sarner, McCormack and Palmeiri, and the Shot Put by Cummings. At the All-State Meet both teams were nosed out only by a small marging however the honor of "Sectional Champs" was bestowed upon them. The invitation meet at Bingo revealed the weak spots in the E.H.S. squad. They managed only to get second place. The Troy meet held on our Own field proved disastrous to the invaders, who won only a few events. ln tlIe Sectional Ineet Elmira tied witlI Hornell for first place and won sectional honors in Shot Put alld Relay. 57 wav. f f "V Baseball Team Those In The Picture Arc: Oukonuwsiu KNOWLES YVla:l"isou.xN Flu-zmzuuzx QHIAPMAN Fl-IRRIS ENEYDY GREEN:-3 Duwn.-in f,LIVEY BAzzr:'r1' Hmfsr: M c:CAR'rm' SIIEEHAN ll ALIDAY VQLKER MR. HALL lluvigrzs ALLEN LA lfrummzrz SMITH NIMTZ VETTER 'IYISHNHR BAT!-:s GRLTSLIN Anemia' HALL . . . . . Coach JOSEPH MCCARTHY . . . Captain ALEXANDER TURNER . . . Illanager DONALD HAWKES . . .4ss't Manager Rom-:wr FERRIS . . . 4ss't Manager DICK HALL . . . ..... Mascot E. H. S. . . 30 Waverly . . 7 E. H. S. . . 17 Corning . . 4 E. H. S. . . 15 Ithaca . . 12 E. H. S. . . 28 Johnson City . . 8 E. H. S. . . 9 Binghamton . . 10 E. H. S. . . 14- Cornin . . . 1 E. H. S. . . 10 Union Endicott . 4 E. H. S. . . 7 Ithaca . . . 8 E. H. S. .... 12 Johnson City . . . 2 E. H. S. .... 6 Union Endicott . . 3 ' I 58 X X, N7 X FEATURES ,ra 1 .,5 ,lk -Q. 44, .. . 3' FI P. 151 mfr' ' u n n X :J .1 .., Q, , 'Q .. I . Ag, V 1 , F, K+' if 'K ' S ...FF -., ,WL . -jgIi,,-, 'rl .- 'gil ' V .. i '1 H -J w 'im " ff. 4 -4 ls. Y ,.., 'E' 1. .4f.N,sg. ,, ., '2 nl, '!:f'p'af,fii " f, :, . X. e ..,. 54. i , 5 I is Trai, ,, ' " I' rf :I V ' -?'3'f.--'mb 1 f,,5',l-E13 , 5, .gr g --au Q, x- Z.. Sri? ' 1 A V , if . . P-few' ,R ,Q 15. Sf? fu ' . .sllggifi Q - 'gina 4A W. v :vii , v .. 5 V 'fwf ,. 1 1' f: 4 ' V L K ' . x 1 ' - fai- ' , If-:ff I 145' I . - Q.. Q . ,iii-Y:-'iA?f.5 1 E 1 5 3'-ig -,Q , :J Q QPF! 5.21 1, iv. , -: 5,--, .,L3,2.:,-,. Q- ,L g1'..',.-V.-iu:'1'1k-. --.3 3.31 ' LA 4,,.--pp.: - y'-I-'Lf Q-31' wr 1 ' 4' ' v.','71',"'-'-ff VN: " ..?g. ,. xv '77 ff: if Ziff 1 5 2.32 5 - , f' ff l T531 1'g'f'iiL',QV5": WT" 32- - 'kfqrlf -121 .i.i,ifi5 ' 'YU r, 1 ' ' . 1 . :fi-,,.5, , .gq,,,.,,,--3. V .: 1 .v if " L ' ' -' uf.--2-.jjj gym-- ' I H:':-'ef 1 -1 1. 4' A J r Fig Hi, in , ..r . x , 4 V 15 ff 43- rf.: an -.fu VV? X. if jj 1 M 1 'ff ' " I ELMIRA it TA:5lFiif1gADEMY ""' H0""fR0 4.4-Z., 142,-475 me .-.. . - , TARDY ..., lfflyd - KZ:-374---F -- .-1 "'-J ,,,. ..-v' I ""' ' """ ' ------...mfqqte EXCUSED ll---' 1- i -I W - gg' ,, Z H --'ru'-,, M ,,....,... .. em- ACADEMY ELMIRA FREE U, ,,.. .. -E .. ,, .. ---QA YI special Riino week emfn 4',3gf.gi'w 4 In Eavseorrm RF .Ahaldhl aa. . -SM, dw EZ AM. I . ,,A. REMARKS1 TEAFQEUQ U V when xmnid OR Y DEMY FREE AEA -X - fi ELM'RA"" ,,.1-LR . L. ELMIRA FREE Amngmvxsxcq E BLANK . W Hvlne Roo Dale Q I9L?. 'nnvvulwhw .,...... - --" "" ' ' Dare of Absent: ' MM--"' u .,.,-, Redman, , .. , Ag A.. v . ...Ag A " ....... -. ,..,.,., . V I lin? N... " "nq wc.1rw . S"'in" ""'iQQ ...,. mxfi-'wwwt Pefiod Period 5 P-""" " aim.. " 6 -' " 4K0?9Ws4.l.. -. " gm. Rillarn Home Enom ' SATIBPAUF I , D' C'3v-7-..1. id'f27:.'mm me O' 1 ixxk J L N xt., M ba N 59 K if: X ll! xm l Class Will To whom it may concern: We, the Class of 1929, do hereby bequeath our many valued and unforgetable possessions to the remaining "remnants" of the Elmira Free Academy. We hope that these bequeaths will be taken seriousl by those to whom they have been cheerfully but sincerely willed. Also, we hope that the valued possessions will be carefully guarded in the years to come. SECTION 1-We hereby bequeath to the Junior Class:- l. The title of the Seniors. 2. Our high ideals of honor and scholarship. 3. Full rights for lower marks. 4. Our remarkable appreciation of wit and humor. 5. In case we go in the hole,-our funeral expenses. SECTION 2-We hereby bequeath to the faculty:- 1. "Red pencils" in order to keep up their practice of drawing geometric objects on our exam papers. 2. More working hours as a punishment for the low marks which they have so generously bestowed upon us. SECTION 3-We hereby bequeath to worthy individuals:- 1. To"Fritz" Haase, ,lack McLeod's office of President. 2. To "Bob" Hutchinson, .lustin McCarthy's novel art of love-making. 3. To "Marge" Ellis, "Dot" Horton's love of nonsense. 4. To "Fleetfoot" Turnbull, John Splann's flaming red hair. 5. To "Tony" F orbes, Virginia Delaney's style. 6. To U?" "Dick" Forbes crooked glasses. QSorry Dick, no one wants them.D 7. To "Kay" Kieffer, Greta French's dimples. 8. To "Bob" Wakely, Friend Miller's hammered-off size. 9. To Miss Birchard, Mary Faul's gum. 10. To Gloyd Kimball, Leon Keeton's curly hair. 11. To J ack Hassett, Florence Gilbert's ability to drive a car. SECTION 4--We hereby bequeath:- l. To the Vindex, our last nickel. 2. To the office, a new supply of tardy slips. 3. To the assemblies, new copies of "America the Beautiful. 99 i signed by- M.E.B. AND F..l.M. Oficial executors of the Class of '29. i m.. tial a 'I " I .MIME 60 'FV 'F 1 7 A 1 I -mf '2 exwf, ,K ,-sz, Wu. 4' ax . Q . A , - ' a- , , ' 1 Q J' 6 :Yi Q .1 5., .,,.. - 54-ve v.. .Ax 'iff 'J ,A , . , q-,, . 1 0 .- Nw.. i . A Q51 . Af -Q.. n if 'R a' 5' ax' E 1? I -" ffl . P . fPf, ff -x .biaaid M, ' , WHA lvl VINDEX ec A, OFFJQE H I xk Cr-ow '91 Ba5keTbau sr-ar 0 nd -r No BENNY ' 7 1 7 1 K.: P Vindex Edfror 4 Illf' k 1 V 4 1' H55 F0IiTa'cafCenTBY I u""' 4 we 5106 Q, og c W ff' Va l77H X ,. v If 6 Mdsquers Dramcrri SQQIQTY f Rush M2 ' Ldsu w QT" I Xhu-e -urn-Agora-No H U'I-CY'-Ah- Now Lf'See e'rc "' The Question of' The Dag! " DoN'T lzase!'B'9 acyl' v "Y Q. I Xffffv. f"f' V' iIQff15E"fwE.,cf"' ' 'VW 'lmjgfff' 0 X 'vor M967 X 2 ' Q f-ffff f ff ' oifgqwff f. ,Q Th" c' 'x' ,Q J gf? Q, Z . 5 85 ff? M Haw' ,757 V' 'ily .n 52 J L ' 57 me .,4'M8f"0'19f ,I ,fa X" 8',3 ' lf , mggpas? .V db fy Nm ' nl' X Jus'r A no'rH V77 Z as Xi! Variety A DRAMA There were two acts in this production,-each by a different author. The first was called, "An Error At The Laundryf, a slit by A. Sheet. The second was composed of three foaming acts called, "Distemper,,' by Airedale. A FOOTBALL HERO Xerxes was a football hero. He had four sisters. They were all named Aggie, except Tillie, whose name was Josie. Xerxes carried the ball for twenty years at Sing Sing until he tried to kick off with his bare feet one sunny midnight. A RESPONSE CThc following is an ideal response to u query such as "What Time is it."D "l am deeply embarrased and greatly humiliated that due to unforeseen cir- cumstances over which I have no control, the inner workings and hidden mechan- isms of my chronometer are in such accord with the great siderial movement by which time is commonly reckoned, that, I cannot with any degree of accuracy state the exact time, podunkg but without fear of varying excessively from the verity concerning the point in question, I shall state that it is x minutes, x seconds and x ticks after the x hour. A NARRATIVE "Quit-k! We must do something! Let's make lemonade." She sliced lemons by the dozens, hundreds. Squeezed buckets tubs of juice. Poured in sacks, barrels of sugar. Stirred it with increasing volume and violence and velocity,-a whirl- pool in a wash-tub. "Morel" she cried, "morel" There were no more lemons to squeeze except Elmer her hubby. 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Q 'GHAVOLINEN The Power Oil 100713 Parafine -4 flllllllllllllllllllllll LLLLLLLLLLY RTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ' MHARRY W. HONAN 3 653 PARK PLACE 53" Oldest Ambulance Service in '4 State FUNERAL DIRECTINC ' INVALID CAR SERVICE llllllllllll lllllllll Lllllllllhil KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTITSTTTTTTTTTTYT-TTI, 1 .I-I-If-'-73-II! WTT If In E 1 C R K- 3 V E3 SE 5 - 21 E 2 H il G. C3 -4 :P ",I', Q xg E U7 -4 r- -A N M -' if 'D' -4 r- In-1-1 QE N: No gf A-I -4 r- mn: N - "'e'U ff U cn -4 ff - S. I-U U1-2: fl F: v-'- -4 P- E-'S 3- Civic' - F' U' -4 r- ,,. cu 'gg 2 III '4 "' r: 'A 20 A MZ' O ,' F4 F' :U "9-6 4 . -4' 2 92. 1 C E3 QMC ' Sf 3 C 'I O' glaze? 355 2-4 RE A +4 AE. o ' 5- 'Q 1 +4 P- -1 A .- Kd.. 1 5 gm L1 J. V I :ze : 2 V -4 r- I-4 3 C ' ' 34 D5 Cb :j . Q ' , O' . S4 , 0 . fb 1'-Z1 S . fb . sr Q .A f 'I L-4 M 11142 TTTTTPI -4?-' Hb- Hr- -4P HP -IP IIII ff it S -+P E P-0' CD V' -I -if ...ft 5 are P,,,..3 y. F1 t 'JU L.. U7 PA'-E Iiwx wg Hr-' dr-f'-3 dr-' -4?-' HNF -+R- MVP.. gint. . Isl INTERNATIONAL I E MOTOR TRUCKS E Are the standard whiehiothcrs are judged I. Material are QS Import- I ant as Educatiopgll Standards. You can find a proper sized truck to meet - your 'everyineedliriathe ' . Q E INTERNATIONAL TRUCK - ,L .A M to 5 Tons A I -Qa- 4 I .- A. -V A. ,- I -- . ,ri . , V A . I . .. A I S' A I E Internatlonal Harvester 'I '4 I Company 'of -America I i 656 state st l l Kllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllfi KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT The Somewhat Dijerent Shop with The Somewhat Dijerent F rocks Grace Haight Parker GOWNS AND HATS Phone 1648 329 E. WATER ST. K1llllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllil KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT PHONE 5016 3 SPECIAL SUNY W DINNER 31.00 4 11 Canton Restaurant N0oN-DAY LUNCHEON 35c CHINESE-AMERICAN DISHES PUT UP IN ALL STYLES T0 Go Our 204-206-208 E. WATER ST. L. Llllllllllllllllllllllllllllli KT . . ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTT Compliments of The Isobel Beaute Shoppe 5 145 W. WATER ST. .4 Phone 6321 '4 hflllllllllll Llllllllllllllll11111131 KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT BARNARDS BETTER BAKE Goons at 133 EAST WATER ST. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllit ETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I T3 C P I S Z A R D S "Green Shingle T a Room" 3 For the Most Tempting Lunches, Sodas, Sundaes, and Fancy Dishes ,. 3 Stop in at Our . "Green Shingle Tea Room" Ellllllllllllllllllllllllllll .El KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT! I I I XTTTTTTTT E JOHN H4 DRAKE E JEWELFR 144 EAST WATER ST. U p-to-Date Jewelery lflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhl ETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT71 P' She-"I see by the paper that Babe Ruth walked twice today." :1 Another-"Gosh, she should be more careful with whom she rides." 000 Old Gentleman findignantlyl: Look at that girl wearing knickers-and her hair cut just like a man's. Why. it's a disgrace! "Sir, that's my daughter!" '4 "Oh, I beg your pardong l didn't realize you were her father." "Father! Say. I'm her mother." --Wisconsin Octopus. 0 0 0 "How did ,lack get that sore jawn' "A girl cracked a smile." 11 'fwellr' tj "It was his smile." I1 --Yale Record. 3 '4 illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhl 68 , KTTTTTTTTTT!IITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT3 BURTS, INC. 3 ELMIRA, N. 3 . t 3 . LllllllllllllllllllllllLLLLLLY X!! TJ '4 '4 -4 1 '4 -4 5 - -4 '4 .4 '4 '4 -4 '4 '4 -4 '4 '4 -4 "4 '4 3 '4 '4 '4 -4 '4 '4 Wright Electric CO. C Wifi ig 1 E Fixtures 3 C Radios E 3 118 N. MAIN ST. ELMIHA, N. Y. Ellllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli ETTTTTTYTTT!!!TTTITTTTTTT!I!I!TTTT3 . ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLAS E RADIO COMBINATIONS P SPORTING GOODS LEATHER GOODS F RESHMAN RADIOS Hand Bags - - Trunks - - Purses Traveling Bags 0-0 ELMIRA ARMS 3 COMPANY KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTYTTI Compliments of H. STRAUSS 1 E 205-207 E. WATER ST. C OUTFITTERS OF MEN FOLK FOR 55 YEARS Where Quality and Satisfaction Meet ElllllllllllllllLLLLILLLLLLLLLLLLLN F -4 '-4 '4 -4 '-4 '4 '4 '-4 '4 '4 '-4 '-4 '4 -4 '4 1 '-4 3 '4 '4 f-4 '-4 '-4 -4 '4 '4 '4 -4 '4 3 N T!!!!!!!!! TXIUF KIXTTTTTT Hr- P- 3?-' A: P 3?- P jr- P jr- P 1: Mr- dr- jr- A: 1: P 3: P 3: .,. '-4P gr- K. See Our Graduation Gifts First MEET A1 ERT AND WEAR DIAMONDS ALPERTS Jewelers and Uptometrists 1 Elmira, N. Y. Newtown Motor Corp. . State and Second Sts. E PACKARD MOTOR CARS Klllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllly RTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTZ Vanity - Fair Shop Dresses, Underwear, Hosiery and E Handkerchiefs 140 EAST WATER STREET Elmira, N. Y. Killllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllk Elilllllllllllllllllllilll111111118 KOLB MAXCY INSURANCE Robinson Bldg. I Sell Some of Fathers All of Their Insurance I Sell All of Your Fathers, Some of Their Insurance When You Need Some May I Have the Pleasure of Talking it Over With You? Albert W. Rolfe Fire Auto Liability 518 Robeson Bijm.. Phone 6540 E. Hazel Murphy Dresses Hats Hosiery BRONZE BLDG. 211-213 W. Water St. Compliments of NEW ENGLAND KITCHEN THE George W. Peck Co. Hardware 102-106 Stale Slreet KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!ITTTYTTIIIIITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTZ be A K 21 Compliments ofp THE KENNEDY VALVE MEG. co. C 3 3 -K J KlllllilllllllllllllllllllllLLIIIIIIILILLLLIIIIIIllllfllllllllllilllllLN KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTITTTT2 TTT 3' 2 E: m 3'SL 'nm TEE 0 m E: 'm 'I Q 'G 3. lillillliillililllllil P- P E E P P P- P' P P' P P P' P P P P' P E P' P' i -K The Gorton Company 107 E. WATER STREET RTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1IZTTTZ Empire Produce Co. AMERICAN BEAUTY CANTALOUPES . E MAXWELL HoUsE COFFEE E PRARIE ROSE BUTTER DAIRYLEA MILK 1111111111llllillllllllllllllllLH R!!ITTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTZ E ,, J jg 325.3211 E. AWATER- STL 3 BANQUETS - - - DANCING 3 E LUNCHEONS, Etc. -0' ii '4 '4 3 on -4 cv -3 : 3 is '4 3 E A C? 3 an 3 EU 4 CD 3 5 '4 '4 3 N TTTTTTTT llllllllilllm 3 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllLllN ii Maloney Bros., Inc. ass N. MAIN sr. Phone 995 5 00 SPAULDING BROS. SPoRT Goons llllllllllllllllilli ETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTZ Compliments o THE WILLYS-Monnow COMPANY 4 4 KllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllLiliLiliLllllllllllllllllllllllllfig KTTTTTYTTTTTTTTYTTTYTTTTTTTTIIXTTTI KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI Personius Sz Malone 3 E SUITS A 3 E COATS FURS I3 DRY Goons Q34 L: John N. Stearns E -0- 3 E 81 Company E 134 W. WATER STREET .1 P P Elllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllg 9. KJTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTQ E Manufactwers 1 . ...o Silks... Delster 81 Butler J? ti Quality jewelers 3 E 330 E. WATER ST. Elmira, N. Y. C ' Phone 3413-J H T1 Klllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil! ElllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliN A 72 KTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI I I TTTTTTTTTTTTTZ U- Utilities T- Transportation E I - Illumination ' I..- Labor-Saving I - Innovations T- Time-Saving I - Improvements E - Elmira Water, Light 8: R.R. Co. S - Service I1 Advertisement Written By Stephen Christian 611111111111 llllllllllllllllllllllll llllllLll.Lllllllllll lllllllllllllllhi 3 3 1 11 3 3 3 3 Ya '4 I :1 '4 3 3 ri 3 :1 A E Harry E. Record THE ADVERTISER JOB 5 E Wh0les'g'ig4?liiLIgE4f"d OIL PRINTERY, INC' 3 E SECOND ANIohxfmgN STREETS 1 C STATE A130222 STREETS Bulk Storage: 917 STOWIQLL STREET TIII Dzstnbutor : ATLANTIC GAsouNE AND OIL Comm erclal Pnnnng lCllllllllLLlllllllllllllllllllllll3 A KTTT TTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTT7' SPORTING GOODS 3 BASEBALL - - FOOTBALL 3 TENNIS - - BASKET BALL 3 l TTT TTTTTYTT E Golf, Fishing Tackle, Guns, Sweaters, Gym C Clothing, Out-board Motors and Boats 218 BALDWIN ST. Telephone 2787 E P. B Rutan Q Son ELMIRA' N' Y' E "The Sportsman's Paradise" C 208 W. WATER ST. Kllllllllllll Lllllllh F 73 RTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT U p-to-Date FRED COLEMAN CO. Grocers ldlilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhl 'QTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT compliments of R U D D 1 C .K s Dry Cleaners E H. L. TALLMAN 211 BALDWIN ST. Phone 696 Killllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhl KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTQ ' Compliments A 3 of 3 E W. D. Mansfield 81 Co. 3 P' tilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhl KJTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTZ Distributors of P' FRANKLIN AND HUPMOBILE MOTOR CARS 0 0 E Zimmerman and Cushing ' 219-221 E. Market St. 3 Elmira, N. Y. Llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI I l IVTTTTI I l ITTTTZ REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 401 Robinson Bldg. Phone 4-700 E McCorkle Realty Co. niitninitiiinntuiitnui nu ETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT2l E: "Quality Footwearv Hudson Shoe Co. lfllllllllll L 1 ill lllllllllllll LLLLLN KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTYTTZ C E "Do you know Nat Cohen?" P "One of the cloak and suit Cohens?" E "No, he's one of the ice cream Cohensf' C -060 Co-Why don't they chase that man in the white C knickers off the field? Ed-But he's the referee-he has to watch the plays. Co-Well, why don't he let them play instead E of taking the ball away so often? 009' "Just one more glass, boys, and then we'll all F, go home," said the dishwasher as he laid down the t: soap." 0 fb 0 ties. Salesman-Certainly, madam. For your husband E Madam-I would like to buy some gentlemen"s E or would you like a better quality? KLLLLLLLLLLLLILLLLLL KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT? Charles F. Hughes Funeral Home 311 LAKE STREET 3 '4 Ambulance Service - Phone 2770 5 fill LLLLLLLlllllllllllllllllllllllod 2 -4 '4 '4 '4 -4 '4 '4 '4 '4 I1 '4 21 -4 -4 -4 '4 -4 '4 3 '4 ii '4 -4 '4 I1 134 ll llllllll Lili ll YK P- P P P P P- P P- P- P P- P P' P' P' P' P P' F' P P- P P P- P- P' E P' P' til -7' -4 '4 +4 '4 '4 '4 -4 -4 -4 -4 '-4 -4 '-4 '-4 -4 '4 -4 -4 -4 '4 -4 -4 '4 '4 '4 1 -1 '4 3 LUN WHIPPET-4 CYL. E Lowest Priced Four-Door Sedan On the American Market Southern Tier Motor Co. Inc. Church and State Sts. Phone 3266 "Spell your name!" said the court clerk sharply. '4 The witness began: "O, double T, I, double U, '4 E, double L, double-" 3 "Wait!" ordered the clerkg "begin again!" A The witness replied: "O, double T, I, double U, E, double L, double U, double 0-" "Your honor," roared the clerk, "I beg that this man be committed for contempt of court!" "What is your name?" asked the judge. 3 "My name, your honor, is Ottiwell Wood, and I spell it 0, double T, I, double U, E, double L, double U, double O, D." "4 KLLLLLLLLLLLllillllllllllllllllllli RTTTH V1 IVITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYP' An Irishman, coming out of ether in the ward 3 after an operation, exclaimed, "Thank goodness, Z1 that's over!" "Don't be too sure," said the man in the notch hed. "They left a sponge in me and had to cut me open again." A patient on the .- other side said, 'LWhy, they had to open me, too, H to find one of their instruments." Just then the .4 surgeon who had operated on the Irishman stuck his head in the door and yelled: Has anybody seen my hat?" Pat fainted. flllllllllll L lllllllllllllLlllllll3J RTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTT TTTTTTTTYTT7 MOHICAN E QUALITY PRODUCTS E I1 167 LAKE ST. 3 E I1 '4 Cllllillhllllllllll llllllllllllllbt RTTTTTTTTTTYTYTTTTYY TTTYTYYTTTTYTT7' P P' 7 " Raymond S P BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES p Nothing is A r- Missing C Tha! is Desirable in Style, Color or Fabric 209 East Water Street 2.4 In the Rathbun Block CI ZlllllllllllllllllLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLN CTTT! I YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT L: I QUALITY SHOES E at 3 A Right Price TTTT TTT Errrrrr r- E C 5 E ii F3 E Gosper-Kelly 81 O'Shea, Inc. W. WATER sr. KTTT YTTTTTTI I I TTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTYT7 Compliments of E SCHWARTTS E Stout Woman's Shop 332 E. Water St. ELMIRA Slenderizing Cons Dnnssas HATS Sizes 18W to 60W fllllllllllllllil KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTJ W-'iff' E Sheehan, Dean 81 CO. 5 Your Graduation Day -4 ON THE brink of this occasion every section of 3 our store is ready-ready with a bountiful supply of new, choice merchandise priced amazingly low. E Ensembles Negligees I1 P Smart Coats, Corsets 3 Suits Hosiery . Dresses Cloves Furs Underwear Lingerie Neckwear E Etc. 1 TRUNKS, SUITCASES, HAT BAGS 3 f3 Best Choice for 3 ' Those Who Come Q' Early mmm KillLlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllbg 'ETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTT71 E- BLACKSTONE MOTOR 3 A CO., INC. v- -4 E Distributors E CHRYSLER MOTOR CAR 5 E 108 E. CHURCH ST. '4 C 3 killlilll1lllllllllllllllllllllllllu lllTY!' -4 3 -4 '4 -4 '-4 '4 '4 -4 -4 -4 '4 '4 '4 '4 -4 -4 -4 '4 -4 -4 '4 '-4 -4 '4 '4 '-4 -4 -4 1 LLLLY Compliments of P P' F. A. SEARLES TYPEWRITERS ETC. 122 E. WATER ST. 11 Phone 2292-W 3 KLLLLLLLLLLLLLMLLLLLLLLLULLLLMLCQ KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTJ' in "4 E The Photographs Used Hrhe Emacs Were Made By ef 157 LAKE ST. C E THE REDFIELD STUDIO '4 E ELMIRA, N. 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E ELMIRA - NEW YORK E I. .I ' O o cl erviee E is the basis of this institutiOn's continuing A M progress, and you are invited to make use 3 of it now and to grow with us during the YCEITS to COHIC. fm Kill1111111111111111LLLLLLALLLLLLLLLllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli KTTTTTYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTJ P -4 E HOTEL LANGWELL 5 C JOHN H. CAUSER an SON ELMIRA, N.Y. 3 E 125 Rooms 75 Baths KlllllLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLN KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTT7 COLUMBIA AND EDISON RADIOS Q 4 Everything in Music 11 2 0 5. 5 'H W D' ESG' o."'g no ZF Sm wtf! sg? 250 I 3 5' cn G E B. UQ UD rnrnnlnrrn ClllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllN KTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT7 11 E M. Doyle Marks Co. 3 "Everything in Music" C PIANOS - - VICTROLAS - - RADIOS '4 E BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS E Sheet Music - Orchestrations C 309 E. WATER ST. ELMIRA, N. Y. '4 ELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLY ETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT7 JOHN DUHL FRED DUHL E DUHL'S E Meats E CLINTON ST. illllllllllilllllilllLLLLLLLLLLLLLN ETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTXIIIIYITIYTTTTTTTTTTTTJ I !!!T llllllll fl 5 We Congratulations i to The Senior Class 1 11 May this be a COMMENCEMENT of a lyfe of Success and Attainment . s s . 1 The Second Natlonal Bank ofElm1ra KllllllllLlllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllk 79 I '4 '4 '4 '4 3 '4 -4 '4 '4 3 '4 -4 '4 '4 '4 P4 -4 '-4 '4 3 3 '4 '4 3 '4 -4 '4 -4 -4 '4 '4 -4 '4 3 -4 '-4 '4 '4 '4 -4 '4 H '4 '4 -4 '4 '4 '4 '4 '4 -4 -4 '4 -4 '4 I1 LN TTTTTT P-' r- P' 0 E Compllments of Doctors 3 r- DR. R. B. HOWLAND DR. A. C. SMITH A DR. A. K. MARK ' DR. A. C. BooTH DR. C. L. STEVENS DR. J. H. HUNT DR. H. W. FUDGE DR. J. T. LEWIS 1 DR. J. A. BENNETT DR. W. T. BOLAND 1 !!!TT llllll DR. K. D. MAYNARD DR. J. H. BURKE DR. A. LANDE E Comphments of DCHLISLS DR. D. L. MILLER DR. E. L. MILLER DR. H. A. MooRE DR. J. B. TOOMEY DR. J. S. ELLIS DR. W. C. ERVIN DR. C. H. BRICKWEDDE DR. W. J. ROCKEY DR. L. M. FITCH DR. H. A. PETERSON DR. H. E. FITCH DR. J. J. BRICKWEDDE E ' f 51 I1 Comphments 0 Lawyers P- r- SAYLES, H. DANAHER, M. LEVY, B. BOCART, H. GREGG, W. W. MCDOWALL, B. PULFORD 81 LONERGAN O,CONNELL, B. E HAWKES, D. PERSONIUS 81 MARKS V' LYNCH, J. KINZIE, W. EllllllllllllLllllillllllllllllllllllillllllllLllllllllllLLLLlLllllLlllN 80 KTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTI!ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIIIITTTTTTTTTTTTTTIIIP and 3 Best Wishes to Students 3 . from the COLLEGE SANDWICH SHOPPE 1 Always Trying to Please You and Serve the Best 1 SODA FOUNTAIN - - - LUNCHEONETTE 3 REGULAR DINNERS 3 Dancing New, Larger and Better Location 160 LAKE ST. 3 6'0pen till 1:30 A. M." 5 .. fllllllllllllLLLlllllllllllllillllllllllLl1111llllllllllllilllllllllllly KTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTQ YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT! The Y. M. C. A. Boys' Dlvlslon Compliments of Swim in the Clear Waters of a E jj Filtered Pool Q HCAMP IROQUOISS, ON LAKE KEUKA t .4 A Completely Equipped "Y" Camp 11 I1 With a Christian Program Inc' Illllllll11llllllllllllllllllllllli 3 KTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTQ 1 1 ROSENBAUM'S 201-203 E. Water St. Dresses - Coats - Ensembles 1 ELMIRA SCHENECTADY 11 MILLINERY AND SPORTS WEAR OLEAN For the College Girl Ylllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll3 YlllllllllllllllllllllllllllLlllllh 81 TTTTTHXIIIIIIHIZTT HXXIHTTTTIH A 1 Autograph Efzjf 72 Vzwfff. MMM MMMMMUALUl l TTTTTTTTTTTT Lllllllllllll fk I Autographs TTT .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT e 4 TTTT...T TTT. TTT TT TTTT TT Y a n TT P- P' P P' E F- P P- P' rf P P P P' F' F- F' F- F' P- P ya P P' P' P- P P P P' P' ook' wr: P- P E P- P- P- P P' H P y. 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PAGE 73 69 66 68 76 -71. 76 69 68 65 74' Crayton's Candy Store ,..............,,....,,. 66 Deister 81 Butler Jewelry Store Doctors, Dentists, Lawyers .,.. 72 78 Doyle Marks Music Store .,.,.......,,..... 80 Drake's Jewelry Store .....,,.,... Duhls Meat Market .,,,..... Eclipse Machine Co. ,.,.... Ellett-Stempfle Co. ,..... .. 68 80 77 67 Elmira Arms Co .,........,,.,..........,....,... 69 Elmira Oil Co. ..............,..,..,............... 67 Elmira Water, Light 81 R. R. Co. ...... 73 Empire Produce Co.. .....,.,...,....,...,,.,,. 71 Corton's Clothing Store ,,.,,.... 71 Gosper, Kelly 81 0'Shea Co ....,.......... 75 Haskell 81 Durfey ..,................,,...,....,.. 66 Honan Undertaking Parlors ......,...... 67 Hudson Shoe Co. ..........,....,.........,.. 74- Hughes Undertaking Parlors .,....,.... 75 International Harvester Co..... Isobel Beauty Shoppe ,..,,. lszards Tea Room ........... 67 68 68 Kennedy Valve Co. ......,.. ...,.,.. 7 1 Kolb 81 Maxcy ..,.....,....,............,..,,..... 70 Langwell Hotel ......,.....,....,.....,.......... 80 LeValley, McLeod 8: Kinkaid Co .,,.... 81 L ADVERTISER PAGE Lowman Construction Co.. ..,. 66 Maloney Bros. Sport Goods ...,,,,...... 71 Mandeville Sz Personius ...., ,,,. . .. 66 Mansfield, W. ..,...,. ,....,.. 7 4 McCorkle Realty Co. .......... ........ 7 4 Melody Shoppe ,..,.......,,,,........ ..,..,.. 8 0 Merchants National Bank ..,...,,,..,..... 80 Mohican .....,......., Ig, .....,. ' ,.,,. ,..,... . 75 Murphy Dress Shop ,.....f... ....... A r"70 New England Kitchen ...... ........ 7 0 Newtown Motor Co. ...... ..,,.... 6 9 P. Sz Clothing Store . ,....,,. 67 Parker Dress Shop ..,...,. ...,..,. 6 8 Peck Hardware Store ,....,.....,.....,....... 70 Perry Insurance Co. ..,.......,..,,...,....., 76 Personius Sz Malone Dry Goods Store 72 Raymonds Dress Shop .............,.......,. 75 Records Garage ...,.....,.........,.......,., 73 Redfield Portrait Studio ...,. .,...... 7 6 Rolfe Insurance Co ..,,..,....... ........ 7 0 Rosenbaums Dress Shop ....,..,. ...,.... Ruddicks Dry Cleaning Co ....., .,.,.... Rutans Sport Goods .,..,........ ,.....,, Schwartzs Dress Shop ...,.... .,...... Second National Bank ...... . ....... . Searles, F. A ...,....,........,.,. .,...,., Sheehan, Dean Co. ........,..... ....... . Schreihmans Jewelry Store ,............... Smart Shop ........,..,....,,...,... .,...,.. Southern Tier Motor Co. Stearns, J. N. Co. .....,,....... ........ Strauss Clothing Store ....,.... ,.,.,... Vanity Fair Shop ......,....... ......., Willys-Morrow Co. ....., ,..,.... 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