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

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I-IUTCHISON Superintendent of Schoo s W W' To N111 Parker, wc, the Class of 1934, express our appreciation and g1'LlCifllClC for all that lac has done to make our four vcars here muuoxxxlulc ones. I f 1 If , . yf' , . n ,wif xl mL, if I2 fffs , ' L I L JL t7 If VL' 1 DEPARTMENT HEADS + N X! - DILLON A. CADY NT. LOUISE GODFREY E. Sc English . . YL HELEN M. HIBBARD Matlmematics may 24. XAMLJ 13 ,Ha-1' HAIHRIETT N. KELLOGG Nlodern Languages RENA ROCKWELL Histo ELIZABETH TASHJIAN Latin Ang 57- 16' ,ff'!,E-7 FACULTY FRANCIS R. PARKER, A.M., Princip6l D11.1.oN A. CADY, B.S., Pn.B., V' -Pri Z7 Dillon A. Cady, B.S., Pd.B. Emory E. Donelson, Ed.M. Rena Rockwell, A.M. Mrs. Mary B. Cady, A.B. - S ,Q3Q,,5Qf'x1. Louise Godfrey, A.B. .lane M. Birchard, A.B. Mrs. Gladys C. Smith, A.B. hi Louise K. Gamble, Ph.M. Helen M. Hibhard, B.S. Mrs. Mary H. Stewart, B.S. Mary D. Condon, B.S. Elizabeth Tashjian, A.B. Harriet N. Kellogg, A.B. .lulia V. Brooks, A.B. SCIENCE Sylvia V. Kotrba, B.S. Silas F. Parry, A.B. HISTORY f Frederick J. Leverich, A.M. Kathleen B. Miller, Ph.B. ENGLISH Eda B. Stauterman, A.M. Mrs. Jeanette P. Deuel, A.B. Alice P. Scott, A.B. Kathryn L. Daly, A.B. MATHEMATICS Mrs. Celia N. Stott, A.B. Helen E. Bower, A.B. Harriet I. Wixon, A.B. Ruby A. Hopkins, A.B. LATIN Anna C. McMahon, A.B. Lena B. Logan, A.B. - MODERN LANGUAGES Isobel Mark, A.M. S4 S .Z 7 Ia Anthony A. Schwenkler, A.M. Geraldine Sullivan, B.S. ea i... Est r AfMcGowan, A.B.-9 'WIWJ Mrs. Carolyn M. Bolger, A.B. Grace E. Miller, A.B. .lohn E. Colgan, A.B. Rose Kingston, A.B. Rachel M. Bowen, A.B. Elizabeth Deneen, A.B. Vera M. Bange Anna C. MacInerney, B.S. Mrs. Gertrude Tatelbaunl, A.B. M. Beatrice Espey, A.B. Mrs. Clara Munson, A.B. 'Q W 1,-4f lv ,wt 'A' , l X PHYSICAL ED TION Mary 0,1383 Arthur Hirs ART MTS- Helen WiHS0F Katherine E. mans, A.B. W SALESMANSHIP PENMANSHIP LIBRA Viola A. Heinen, M.S. Margaret E. Collins Elizabeth El e 4 , B.S. SECRETARY HOME ECONOMICS CUSTOD N Mary C. 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N: .tlgfgi V , 'L' , ,A gin , A.: 'V , . ,, A nf' A- -- ,f ,, ' ,fw I 45' r 'I ' , W '- ' . . .Na L A g 1 " I ,f ' f "-'VL-L 1 ,f N , ,f 1 f4 ,.,Wg.,f 1 ff 49 -. A 1 3' 4. WM' 551' W TORCH ROBERT MARSH ALICE NIXON President Vice-President IANE THOMPSON Ioi-IN WARNER Secretary Treasurer Dear Classmates: Again to my ofhce falls the arduous task of composing this brief message symbolizing our farewell to our school and to each member of the faculty and student body who has made our stay here so completely enjoyable. It is, then, with no small degree of regret that we, the class of 1934, depart from these old familiar stamping-grounds to seek, either in more advanced instruction or in the by-ways of life and its experiences, to carve for ourselves a place in tomorrowls world. In spite of the wearying aspect of the situation into which we are ejected, I have every justihcation in citing a marked success for my youthful, optimistic companions whom I have the honor and privilege of representing. Perhaps for those of us who seek further specialized training there can be forseen a more improved economic set-up, for our entry to the hardened ways of the world is to be temporarily postponed. And, not to overlook the various student organizations here established, I am sure We all have appreciative reminiscences of the activity and fun they have afforded us. Surely we could not but profit by our experiences with these associations, both the new and the old. In conclusion, then, I think I express the general sentiment of my class in the hope that our presence along these corridors has left some trace worthy of recognition for us in the future and for all those this future may bring. May we bestow some further glory upon the already illustrious name of our fair Alma Mater, "Dear Old E. F. Af, Holding every great hope for a marked future, I am Sincerely yours, ROBERT MARSH. 934 I7 J N X .1 Q94 HELEN BOARDMAN No. 4 E. B. 1. "A cheerful smile is always worth while." Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. . f ' ROCH. U. N . 5 A mile hit cody. inte b b , Ne ' N too s , YN BOURGEOIS W0 g e . lnior Prom om. 3Q Mas- quers 4Q Torchg Senior Play. -Aix rillilwffs mg yigggr. M BETTY BROOKSIX NO. I 1 UNDECIDED 'Here's to the girl with a heart and a smile, that makes the hahhle of life warthwhilefl Stylus Club 42 Glee Club 42 Hi-Y 3, 4 QSCC. 4jg Masquers 3, 4Q Torchg Vindex 42 Bus. Mgr. Senior Play. DOROTHY BUCKPITT NO. II ELMIRA "Friend past, present and fu- tiirefj Torchg Hi- 4g Stylus Club 42 Senior Pro - ' x Wap. OA TP A fx Czxxw-15.93, tvffx RUTH BOWEN lk XQEV YDLCALLOW SW, 44393 HO' 5. I I E' P' U f lo R l-L' or. A girl with a pleasing smile. ilydze lancej.5fJJ r file-' QA, K Qf4xhCSffa 4- U E er Jer hiyxxgood humor ' 5 lies. 1,4 gf' ,l 1 A ee u 1, g ora . . ,313 ggi M X G1 C1 P 4 Ag 4 . ,F MIRIAM L. BREWER , 'I WllLl:RED PBELL msr. 5 UNDECIDED Ngo. I,I 'fl U. OF P. Gen le a aiet in ery "No having rnbfhto sa ,-, w I 'sgfewh is g at,' hat silence is greater." Forum 4. 1934 C?'.lIfkRLES H. CAREY No. 1 CORNELL Clie world lenows nothing of 1 ' ," its greatest menff .1 , X 1"B:1ngl.LiJI-'I1-Y 43 Torchf- y 1 ,,. f' ' . f '. ' f ,lf ' O f 1 , I ,f- ,. , f ,gf ,' f , ' 1' I .7 l 1 ' 1, 1 ,f , f'X'V ' RALP CARNEY KN IDED dn't NO. "Al l, r ut a 0 withontf, Q7Vtgol,Q g NO. 4 UNDECIDED :'Sorne heartsa oo oo t spoiled hy pr e Football 3, 4. 19.8 S MARY CARROLL 4 45 sr. PATRICKS sT. 1osEP1-1's X 'KLet lahor meet delight hal way." ' 1934 J TORCH xg 'K A wifi MARY M. CHAMBERS ST. PATRICK,S P. G. xx! "It is hard to find praise enough for anyone finishing in three yearsf' We? I 0 5 XA , 'Nb -4 Nix td- , AM A CICCONI Sl' No. 5 4 W- QW "lVhat's Qgyer-than to he a '-- - frientlyj Int. Basket all ,z, 41 Vol- leyball 3, 4Q Int. Touo WW! - , Girl Rcscwes 4. 'Vlfiff' 5 Q5 IAYQQQQK NO , I 0 .:,,.,.f BNgEgDED "None h hirrTse can hQ,his Wazzezffgf gf? fi Int Softball 3? unio1f'Prom 'sh Cotnnmg if Plav. ,.- ' , C- sv I5 ,. s'F gf'-f . 1 N' ii' LW4uf'C7,,,ML- Nl RY CLEVELAND No. I1 UNDECIDED Hillary is sweet, clever, digni- fefl-a woman of distinction they will sayf' Masqtlcts 2, 3, 4 QSec. 3DQ Hi- Y 42 Student Council 32 Vin- dex 3, 4, QExchange Editor 4,1 V ice-Pres. Iunior Classg Torchg Iunior Ring Comm.g Senior Play fLeadj. W TORCH L ' x N3 0 DO I-IY COLUCCI NO. I RIDER "She is well loveu' at E. F. A,, That's all there is to .vayg PVe'll all recall her air so gay Through many a future dayf, , I lg l FRANTCI J Co LIN HEXHIY IAIVE, NDEqIlQ ff . .Y . ' I The rulejof rny e is to e husin .vs a pl re an eas- ure rn sz ess Inr. X MARGARET COOK ST. CECILIAJS P. G. "How brilliant and mirthful light of her eye H FRANCES COOPER NO. I U. OF MICH.- F-riendly R-eliahle Q A-greeahle x 'X N-atural C'-heerful A E-ntertaining U I S'-eelate Agora 2, 3, 4 CSec-Treas. 452 Hi-Y 3, 4Q Torch. REEVE CORNELL No. xo QI! LINCOLN AIRPLANE NXMELYING SCHOOL :'The t to 2: nceive, Q I erx ing to direct, to e ecutef' 'Y' 0 E B , l LO , T! LLO wifgl! 4 E..I. "T e t g I9 rw efarth- est in rn i 4 i . . orth while, that costs I ' east and does the most, s just a pleasant Jrnilef' Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 42 Agora 41 Student Council 4. A ll ENQ CREIGI-ITON ST. PAT dK's P. . "TQ, t e y ta e and ays there com 'LQ Boxing I zg Chg t. Bas- kerballg Treas. Iunior lass. IOI-IN CRONIN ST. PATRICK,S SYRACUSE U. "Since hrevity is the soul of wit, I will he hrieff' 1934 17 lf A 1 JY X f Myr M XCRUSADE HQLETON AMER. LL..9F SYRIA "She attempts the end and never stands to douht, Nothing so hard hut search will find it out." Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Int. Bas- ketball 1, 2, Int. Volleyball 1, 29 Int. Touchdown 1, 2. I I j". Zsdffdls -J ll In 772 JC h A ,YCQEWITT ,DALEY g, Z- nb. II coRNELL 1 'A kinder :gentleman treads not the earth." Stage Mgr. Senior Play, Band 1, ZQ Student Council 3, 4g Hi- Y 2, 3, 49 Radio Club 2, 3, 4g Vindex 4Q Forum 3, 4. IAMES DEEGAN NO 5,4 UNDECIDED HI worrjyrml for what's the P ogzior yjyres 0rQlik th if LL, Baseba . I t Basketball 1, 2, rsity as e . is RUTH DELAMARTER No. 1, . OF RO H. "I b ' sh- d in her art, art, art, k,?Pj the afiiaway from her eyt, eart.,' Senior Play. 1934 TORCH Y C Y ', Q 4 I-IELEN DICKINSON sr, CECILIAJS sT. IOSEPH,S "1 have a heart with room for every joy." Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4g For- eign Rel. 2, 3g Girl Reserves 2, 3. AUL DONOVAN , sr. TRICKJS COLUMBIA "I'll worry hate'er my fate ' od ha 't hef' us. I . l r Playq Torchg Mas , uni Rin om., Radi ub 2 LTfC s. g Forum 3, 4, Q 9. Senior Prom fCbrm.D. WILLIAM DOOLITTLE .u.B.1NY CORNELL .fl-Ig does uihate lr comes wa ' ' , ne gay." Ll I ,I 'lil Torcbg H1-Y 2, 3, 49 Iumor Prom Comm., Biology Club I, 21 Softball 2. AY GLENN DRAKE 1 NO. 5 UNDECIDED ' "Right, faithful, true, he was in ' word and deledfy A 4 , iss K IMA ,M'Uf v . ll., ,xv ' 23 V TORCH X lauwfhww ALBERTA E DYTMAN NO. IO CORNELL "Success is in the way you walk the paths of life each day, It's in the little things you do and in the things you say.n Hi-Y 3, 4g Torchg Library Council 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves IQ Foreign Rel. 3. Qxv"f""l l . . 1 A CS INST. 'W 9 . ers, who'n er e s, Bi smiling e task in her hands. Girls' Hi- KATHERINE ELLIS No. 1 1 BEAVER "She lives in loving fellowship with all mankind." Phi Alpha Kappa I, 2, 3, 42 Nfasquers 3, 42 Int. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Vollcy Ball 3, 4, Baseb l 2. . O. 2 ALBANY W IDA ETKIND "Be merry if you are wise." Biology Club IQ Int. Rel. 3. E .als if .. f f f . X MA FEANIXL I. NO. II TRINITY "Shes h e and we're glad of ir." KATHERINE L. FIX .... No. 8 CORNELL "Devoted, anxious, enerous, void of guil an with her whole heartis oiqe in her srnilef, L I-Ii-Y 3, g , 42 Torch. 3 IOSEPH FLANAGAN ss. P. P. "Witty and preppy, just as all good Irish." 1 I FRANK FRANTEL' NO. XT MERCHANT MARINE '-'In th faok I see honor, truth, and lgydltyf' - s Int. Basketball I. 1 1934 QL bo glial 151 -17 4, SA RENCI-I CECELIAIS KATHRYN GIBBS ' nl! of pep, full of fun, Liked hy each and every one." MaSqllCfS 2, 3, 4 QVice-Pres. 3, 4jg Phi Alpha Kappa 2, 33 Int. Basketball 2. l ST, AN YIS ARTS "G oa' n tured a d in H W ' Gif eeerve I Q41 H1- , 49 DR' , : Glee Club I, 4. fl X' 5, , f A GARET QNS .T.CECELIA,S U.o T oNTo "Sornet' es swim, .ral es X M . g 5' She hes it eas along lifefv Li Co X I OR Y CILLETTE ol . rn' SAVAGE H e h e yon y he as sne- cessfnl i he. me of life as you ha he the game of hagke Ill" Val i Basketball 1, 2, Phi Alpha Kappa 2, 3, 43 Student Council 49 Cheer Leader 3, 4. 1934 ST PAWP "When ow hinll you have fonn ' df, Track I , 2 Tl-lOM'AS GRADY SS. P. P. U. S. NAVAL AD. "S 'le at tronhle, jj, je happQ?yfa',,p!15r ll 5 lor t side. life 5 the hest side to see." r f , mnJlf4 W 'KW- A?"""l"4'l Aj, ll GEORGE GUMOSKY sT. CECELIA,S " Vkdg ,, HA hoy who certainly enjoys life to its fullest extent." Int. Basketball 2, 31 Int. Soft- ball 2, 3. MILTON I-IAMPLE No. 1 1 BUCKNELL "His happy face olershadows his elimcnltiesf' Forum 3, 4- Vindpx 4. , . ,je f TORCH -WILLIAM KAMAS 94' MORRIS RUN UNDECIDED CENTIIAL , 7'Tlp lmanfwbo wins, is tbe ,rbanbwbo works, ,Wb9'neitber labor nor trouble Jbirlesf' LEON AN No. 8 AL Y COLLEGE F PHARMACY "fl man n y and gen- sf, Wrestlingg Xing. DELORES KIDD NO. IO . G. "folly, indmtrious an eti-U Glee Club I, 2 ' i serves 1. DONALD KINKADE NO. II CORNELL "Was tbere ever n man so sin- cere in bis workf' W 'gil NIARY K A NO. 5 WILLIAM SMITH "Interested, tbou n, gen- eromf' Biology Club 1, 23 Glee Club I ,2, 3, 4 QVice-Pres. 3, Sec.- Trcas. 4jj Library Council 2, 3, 4 QVice-Pres. 3DQ Foreign Rel. 3 CPres. 3DQ Hi-Y 3, 45 Torchg Student Council 3, 4g Vizidex 4. Y A I OUSKI NO CORTLAND "I won cz' do at thing to serve a friend." HARRIET KOEHLER NO. 5 CORNELL Hlmvnlsiue, ll est, t to act." 0 j 1 G LEON-KUBINSKI X zir. CASIMIRJS 595 "Men of few words are tbe best Q., men. I X OUIA LI f 419 3 4 l k I. Ni 'U 5 I LK ,I wr ,N 1 V. f " CLIFFORD LADD NO. 4 E. B. I. "A true, strong, ana' .round mind is the mind that can embrace equally great things ana' small." Glec Club 3, 4 fPres. 45. HELEN L Z ST. CECELIAJS ' E. B. I. H-elpful E-ntbusiastic ' L-ouable Q E-arnest atural G. rl Rcserv I, 45 Int. Basket- dll 2, 4. W I. LEVANDUSKI S ASlMIR,S ROCH. NIUSIC X INST. HHH very Xheart has music in it." Int. Basketball I, 29 Banjo Club I, 25 Forum 3y4? CJ.-lf" , IO If LIMONCELLI NO. 2 Q NOTRE DAME .. ling, H ' a good worker, 52 o funf, 'A ,-T' lnt. Ba ll I, 2, 3, 4, lnt. Softball 2, . 1934 TORCH K--AIQUTI-I LIPSI-IUTZ Nd. 4 Cb '43 w4EFALO NORMAL K'Rare lcompouffa' 7of"7M3cbief, frolic and fun, A B O WlJo.relislgd a joke and re- joicll in a ' Biology Club IQ Torch. L rf. 35,14 MIS' I . 2 WI SCHOOL O15 IIOTOGRA 'X-X "The rnost a re a l ompan- ion, the true f tl." N Banjo Club , 2, 3, Q1 s- 4 quers 3, 4. fb lx HELEN MCGRATH it ST. PATRICK,S sT. MARY's, R . IND. "Melancholy, fue no use for you, by gollyf, r I-li-Y 3, 4, Agora 2, 3, 43 Glee Club Ig Vindex I, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 2, 45 Masqtxers 3I 4- BERNETA MCLAUD IIENDY AVE. UNDECIDED "'Tis nice to be natural when you are naturally nice." ,We Q.. Torch. . 1 TORCH e xl 1. Q B ji lN4cLAUD HEND . 4' N E. B. 1. "His nd, is kingdom, 's llawf' K 0 MA IE MCLEOD! 0. II PINE MANOR As merry the d is long qu 3, ec. 3 T ch. e - 3, 41 Mas- X TERRENCE MCMILLEN LOWM CORNELL "A m makes cheerful counte ce ' -sq-1598-x My 1 as 'lf LEN NTC IERNAN sr. PATR1cK's ELMIRA "Her faults are few and far be- tween. Her friends are true and many." Agora 3, 4Q Phi Alpha Kappa 3, 4 QVice-Pres. 455 Masquers 4g Torch, Hi-Y 3, 4 fVice- Pres. 4j. ' WW' ESSIE MACE NO. I P. G. "A pleasing countenance is no slight advantagef' RICHARD MACI-IEMER BUFFALO U. OF MICH. "Reason firm and temperate will, Endurance, foresight, strength and sleillf, Biology Club I, 2 fVice-Pres. zjg Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Torch. Sf I' K VN X R E MALAWEDSKI ST. CASIMIR,S E. B. 1. "She is so gay, so very gay, And not hy fits and starts, But ever, through each live- long day, She's sunshine to all hearts." I-li-Y 4Q Agora 4. 1 . le 0 X M Arne. ,-.. - Y, Qsnrig, U5 hui. A 0 iff- LAURENCE MARK sr, PATRICK,S U. OF PENN. "A man, he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident to- morrows. Biology Club IQ Forum 2, 3Q Glee Club 22 Senior Play. lef' W ' ROBERT MARSH NO. I I MICHIGAN "To succeed the candidate rnust be a gentleman by nature and a scholar by education." Forum 2, 32 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 ffreas. 3g Pres. 455 Pres. Iun- ior Classg Pres. Senior Classg Torch CBIIS. Mgrj. IEAN MEISWINKEL No. I I ELMIRA "Her manner wins friends." Glee Club IQ Hi-Y 3, 45 Mas- quers 3, 45 Vindex 3, 4Q Torchg Student Council 4g Press Clu IOSEPI-IINE MITCHELL!!- NO. 5 ELMIRA HThere are but f h w 1 know the treasures' o ealf' I It ELEANOR MILLER ss. IJ. P. BRYAN-STRATTON "Her countenance was bright with honest cheer." Girl Reserves IQ Masquers 42 Agora 3, QWLSWOII f . Jiffy' utter 1934 if TORCH IOI-IN I-I. MILLER HORSEHEADS UNDECIDED "He lives in the brightness of each dayf, Stylus Club 3. No. 8 LINCOLN ' X e 1- "Emily-a lady, every IQ Nothing more need we .. ,L El L qu. l A ls 1 I oefsirrrh I ,Q 0 L ORRELL sr. ANTHONY,S ALFRED "The world wants men-true men, who can neither be bought or sold,' Men who scorn to violate a trust, Genuine goldf' Forum 4. 4't'-QL. Vyilf T603 ,em l" GRACE MORTON NO. II LUMBIA "Here is a true, 1 f- 'ous friend." or Nag , -19" ,bd ,ix M, l ,iff -ff' Ml TORCH . L, ,r 0:6 fi , , ' Qld!! X . !'- A Jolf -51145 . Lf - N A E, -f 1.4 l gg 0.6 7 IOI-IN OPESTER BARBARA I-IODES ,ln No. 5 v 57' E. B. 1. me FLATS ALFRED 7 '-'Iabn 'will help anybody, at "Happy-go-lucky and fall of any place, at any time." fun,- A 6931- REHILL MX T. . . s GEORGETOWN i e 1 ir beery smile and ln s of vim, X e them all fall for him." or CBus. Mgf.DQ Basketball , 9 Track 2, 32 Senior Prom. ,N - tif, CHRISTEENYREPERE A, f , No. II , , P. G. "A maidenlfair and gay, Who drives sadness and care a ay." lvl' 4- l- ij DORO IEPODE ST. PATRIGKQ' ELMIRA "Shy and e re was she With a s 'e'like a bright May morn." Pep and ability all in one." Press Club 4g Stylus 3, 4 fSec.- Treas. 4jg Hi-Y 4. ft. .L ' ""' -L, -fs IOEL ROBINSON "R S" " ' No. 2 LAFAYETTE y L ':And who is this towering , ,N A . pu j ,,,,' giant, my lords. 0, 1 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 42 Int. Basketball . I 1, ZQ Int. Softball 35 Varsity 351.43 Basketball 3, 42 Int. Baseball 2, " A-+a.,13Q,7Z0hOVs ey ,HELEN ROE 7flfJ,Q.,b X J HENDY AVE. ' UNDECIDED "Once in a while we,re merry Once in a while we're sad, But twice in a wlnile The sight of her smile Makes the whole world gladf, 4 A-.. Q lyfasquers 3, 4. X A pyll X Q IEANNET No. 4 ' "Nought wa o lch, Nan .'to r 'to try." 1934 wir HELEN ROSISKI ST. CASIMIR,S ST. IOSEPHJS "A girl with a heart so kind." fn .3 x ,Q ,dup ,KATHLEEN RYAN 1 ' sT. PATRICKJS MT. s1NA1 Hosp. W f "To he merry hest hecomes I you." X Biology Club I. 1 l . Tw' ' J-'f"' Iyfbgl LDRED S U ER - NO.x,2 ' J' NDECIDED 'lflflarksff me knows how to get them." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Library Council I. E . I-IEENKX UNDECIDED ' N ' 'KS e 5 s esire an e- ter inatio ' ph tball x. . 3' llxx H1-len CV". is 1 9 3 4 . . ,, TORCH I ' f ffhz 3 ERWIN Sl-IEEN No. 4 UNDECIDED "An al larourza' good sport and athletef, Baseball ZQ Varsity Basketball 4. 'X il K f LLIAM 5 .J ei ST. PAT cK's 1 : - H ' lad -Lila im May fl-I .ff ore ' c- cee .' Orchestra 1, 2, 31 Forum 1, 2 3, 4- ALDEN WQKMYGQIQRT UNDECIDED XY never can tell what this M110 ,KLM W e as j9 .Ql7lg you!! .X Int. Basketball I, 3. ff 3 IA SINGER ' OFF ' ST. C CELIA,S SCHOOL X 9 . TY CULTURE "lady Dam orturze ever .smile on you, f But never h r -s Fortuna" A wg Library Council 1, 2, 4 ffreas. 2j. R I Jn. xx' xMM S. X go. S9 tc. TORCH ffl' A'- .' . yf' . gy . Ani- . ,- E, Q .l. X SAM SMITH H. CORNELL "Sam is of a quiet nature, but is one of the most loyal stud- ents of E. F. A. Doesnlt that describe him enough? Stage Mgr. Senior Playg Foot- ball 2, 3g Student Council 4. VERNETTE ,SNODGRASS NO.Q'-RN Q GEQRQTETOWN 'f leer lyfwfld Hyoungf ug anldh anceal and t sung." VL Se mg-Masquers 3, 4, orchg Vindex 4, Senior Play. ELIZABETH SNYDERPL NO. 2 UNDECIDED "Full of pep, full of fun, iked by each and every one." V sity Basketball 1, 25 Phi Al- pha Kappa 1, ZQ Hi-Y 3, 41 Iunior Prom Comm., Masqucrs 3, 43 Torch, Int. Basketball 4. RUT Nw.. TDER . D FILLTXIQRE M HOSP. heart that laughs at ! care. ora 3 4' Phi Alpha Kap- X T T ' 4 II Q NO it I "XVI I. 'sa'orr1, more than If 'S' ' 3 , , , pa 2, 3, Int. Basketball 1, 2. IEAN SPLANN sT. PATu1cK's ELMIRA Hlndustriousl The word just fits lean. She is always busy doing something and whatever she does-she does well." Editor Torch, Hi-Y 3, 4, Agora 2, 3, 4 CPres. 45, Masquers 3, 4. CLARENCE STAMP No. Q H "Wh0 cnntentfthat former tho h tan Looks forward, perseuering to to the last." CHEM G MJL MBIA "A frie . . . more do you nt?" B g IQ I-Ii fa, ROSE STEFAPXI ST. ANTI-IONYJS E B, l. "VVise to resol tl palient tn perf Libr oun 2 l Re se cs 1, 2, 3. s nf' we fwfr 697421 L ' of ' Q 1934 'LIP O R ,Ml if .W ,ff MA ET 81 EFFEN CARR olzgljiigslr U CORNELL "Always happy, always gay, Living her life in her own sweet way." aff' I lc GV fgwi ROBERT STENTERMAN NO. I U. OF NHCH. "To all he knows he,s friendly, By this others want to know hiinf lm, B 'ketball 1, 2, 32 Forum 3, 4- IENNIE STEVENS . 5 ELMIRA aithful and earnest in her work, She never did her duty shirkf, Q I-Ii-Y 4. f 1 NX., D riff J vi UN if ififis VVARREN STEVENS NO. 5 UNDECIDED "Quiet, hut efficient in all he undertakes." Stylus Club 3, 4, Ioumal Club 1. 5,325 X 11 1934 TORCH NO. I MANSFIEI D E766 "his safer heing Whan f 71 Girl Reserves 1. X I N SULLIVAN sr. C ELIA,S 4' BE ILEY "T world's n A", etter i w r A . , .- Lf ifes no longe. we urry. - 1 M?EF,,,V,ZMTum 31pL'Lhwv' ,J IANE THOMPSON No. ' 6 '7 ",VA'SSAl'? "Breathes there a rnan with soul so dead, who never to himself has said, I'd give the world for that hlonde head!" " Int. Basketball ZQ Iunior Prom Comm. 3g Phi Alpha Kappa 49 Hi-Y 4 QPres.jg Sec. Senior Class, Torchg Senior Play. JXMVN E' u N CAROLYN THORNE ll-"li vo. ro BUFFALO GEN. Hosv. ,N f X KM Lfverytime we hear a giggle 1157 we know Carolyn is around L A somewhere., Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3 QTreas. IQ Vice-Pres. zjg Hockey IQ Soc- cer ig Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. X J T RCH - i f O f I . a j LCARO llxlls TIDD "Sheff just the quiet kind whose nature never varies." l-ll-Y 3, 4. I A Ulf f . X , ' l 'Q S' glfljlxlo TQIQJRNOUR If . 404 OF MICH. Worry, ile fun away, Five a live it gaylu lx. Basketball 2, 3 fCapt. 355 I 5 . Basketball Mgr. 25 Ir. Var- .Isity Basketball 3Q lm. Baseball 3. IANICE TROST NO. II N I. 'KThroughout her ey 'p X beams, , 4, , In her auburn hair it gl ms." Press Club 45 Biology Club IQ Foreign Relations IQ Agora 2, 3, 42 Hi-Y 3, 4g Stylus 3, 4g Vindex 45 Torch5 Masquers 4. IEANNE TRIMBATI-I No. 5 E. B. l. "Light blue eyes with flaxen hair, Happy-go-lucley with never a are." nior Ring Comm. f GX sf 'X f . xx - J' 0 ' N. Jo C' kj fl' -C , ,of U' . Lfw vw ' ell B Y TURNER f' UNDECIDED " ca drive away a w ld orro " Glee Cl 3, 4. ALBERT TUTTLE No. 5 K "T deed n i e , B s e , U now not Forum I, 2' Ba IQ i , , 1Ff"uQ,.l, . - Q, STANLEY UPDYQKE No. 5 OHIO STATE "He has all the virtues of a truly good sport." Baseball 1, 2Q lnt. Basketball I, 25 Varsity Basketball 3, 4. ELEANOR VAN BUREN ff 12" 1 ' f f f' . 1 f 4 .'.,.f :J i NO. 5 ROCH. MECH. INST "God's prophets of the beauti- ful these poets are." Vindex 2, 3, 4 QAsso. Ed. 3Q Editor 452 Toreh5 Student Council 3, 4 fSec. 4j5 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 3,5 For- eign Rel. 3 QTreas. 3j5 Biology Club I, 2, 3, 4 QPres. 3DQ Mas- quers 3, 45 Press Club 4 QPres.j5 uill and Scroll 45 Senior Play. l 1934 ,.1- If 41" ,VV lvl .' ' J I ,ff ll ' WM' I HELEN WAN KUREN ERIE, PA. , ST. IOSEPH,S UReaa'y to work, Never to sbirlzf' Int. Volleyball 3, Int. Basket- ball 3. FRANK VOGEL NO. 2 UNDECIDED "True-hearted, whole-hearted, faithful and loyal." Int. Basketball I, 2. V, X. In f . , , ., !x,, . I WILLIAIVI WXAXRD sT. PATRQIQS' QI" ' E. B. I. "He may not fbe a fellow of iizfs, X I B5 Zjoswm king of "Y, fellows." Track I, Football I, 2, 31 Sen- ior Prom. IOHN WARNERX NO. II PRATT ART INSTITUTE "Intense and keen and sharp O and clever, Pursuing fame with brush or 1 7 pen." " Press Club 4 QSec'y-Treasjg Z Quill and Scroll 42 Senior Play, 41, Stylus 3, 4 fl-"res. 4,2 Hi-Y 3, 'Q 42 Treas. Senior Class, Glee I4 ,Club 3, Forum 2, 3g Student "' " xCouncil ' Vindex 2 QCirc 4' I 3f 4 - I Mgr. 32 Bus. Mgr. 4Qg Iunior fw Rmg Comm. QChrm.jg Torch. sta.- CQI934 1'. lj, I I TORCH li MER WATERBU No. 2 DARTMQUTH . W. "A song with a little nonsense in it now and then does not misbecome a king." Student Council 4 fl-reas.jg I-li-Y 2, 3, 43 Torchg Iournal Club I, 4. I1 NY AMES WE TER "Hap y a , rom c re I' fre , VVIJ aren'tt yallc tented lik me." lnt. Hasketba , 2, . I-IARR I No. I of UNDECIDED Ex U en 0 I 0 ds are the best e Xt X rx HARL 451' E ON ol: FINANCE r de s det e us as cb as errnzne our a'eea's." 5 I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Foot- ball 3, 4. 'b Ik- , me No.II N SCHOOL X I Q. I -R3 I ,L- it Il A ,, I I W5 1 c fs . MF RCH C C NE WHITE NO. II MICHIGAN "Never too husy to help an- other, Never too tired to do a worth- while deed." Iournal Scientific Club I, 25 Forum 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Treas. Iunior Classg Student Council 4 1 we A S ,K RR QN WI IAMS I o. Ili MICHIGAN l K" As iss tomo fn It ' X W X5 Cf" Q I 'N f , J . gk ' , OUISE WILSON Qfrr' . I0 ' - :conscientious cheerful." Girl Resewes I. ICK S N Y FASHION t ,rf MK WIPFLER yijk T. .. . ACM? I ufrextinguished laughter sh es the slate " , XG, I asket , ZQ Agora 2, h Kappa 2, 3, fScc. 3 5 Hi-Y 3, 4g Mas- qucrs 45 orchg Sec. Iunior Classy Stu ent Council 4 QV.- Presj. J HgBJQ,Q7lfllK7l'clloPP NO. 3 UL E IDED "Your wcyihihes r C re- corded in ma arts." Football 2' sketball 4. f is YOUNG W 5 v Q. fl- C at zu: f I - ' A . 5 Cr. , I I l f 1, 5 ,A NF 'l EflIlCK Qzfrfiyl 'I Nb 2 ' 'coir 121.4 hA"Here's a ag e' frie Mytalfaomlhinrux a , f k LEROY HEATH NO. 5 UNDECIDED 'KI-Iis heart and hand, hoth open and hoth free." X Glee Club 32 Band 1, 2, 3Q Ori chestra IQ Int. Basketball QQ in-l"'J . Torch5 Senior PIR! gy I Gbl t , 4 N 1934 R. 'r JM- l, - -J . J' ff A 4 ' 2 Z s fl Q-I .V 'JI . x 1 ' J' X A.j'0'ZVh, .J v " STACEY BOLGERK NO, 5 OHIO "A worthwhile friend and a good sportfl Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Iunior Prom Comm. f ,' 1 , W, fr 13' , ff V 37,1 J. ZW 79 FPRAIQQKOCQ1 ERESKI ' No. 1 BUCKNELI. "A al 64451151 ' Y one LW aww X1 1' 4, ' .ays t e' arrze unti its ?one.U,5J'f Footbzm 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3 fCapt.jg lnterclass Box- ing 1, 2, 3g Boxing Instructor 4. . .. y. .f' ,gt ,. Riffyxk: 1 TEV. Af' -4 ,Wx fntnrzfcig 11RAs1ER2k BKNOB8 x.,'l"' ol-no " A "Friendship huys his friend- , ship." ROBERT G D -, SS. P. P. Ll. "Fo 0 is h is le Whate er ' ort hirthf, 1934 W-J ..,, TORCH 4 f . DONALD IAYNES No. 1 1 UNDECIDED "l'a' rather he a failure than the rnan who's never tried, "fd rather seek the mountain top than alwayx stand asidef' Band 1, 2, 3, 43 I-Ii-Y 45 Or- chestra 2, 3, 4g Boys, Glee Club 4. . PF BETTY EA 5361, IQ-7 , ERINE GIBBS, "He e 5 ,' here, to the clove J re 0 you-.U lX'Iasqucr5 3, 45 Glce Club 1, 2, Phi Alpha Kappa 3, 4. DAVID SCOTT NO. 5 "Nothing hinders me or aunts me." .ik , EDGAR SEB G No. 2 IO U. I "cu 16 pu sk no nd l b , , In . ctballxglhfrgc ' 3' ar- 5-? 2, , 4 fCapt. Q , 4j' . tb l 3, Athletic Rep. ' tu nt Council. V' ' I W Lf-f nf- I W Ft! JJ' all ff J uf -af 5 , I I J If , ' 4 F I 'TORCH 7 H a fj . If Jayne. I 'D VR X J J 1 J J R1 jf V 17-74" RUTH CROFOOT DOROTHY SEE MINNEAPOLIS LUCY WHEELOCK NO. II ARNOT-OGDEN HOSP. "With pep and gladnessg much "A willing heart and a helping mirth, no sadnessg enough band, good, not too mach hadnessf' Always ready on demand." M2l5qUCfS 4, V' Masqlzers 3, 42 For. Relations 2. sie DAVID W DIS S59 NK 8 ' PURDUE "Bez a ' o gnrnption th ntains of presump- tio .' L 1 V' . Orc estrag , reign Relau , 3 index 1. Q Ux 7 N , N -HC KSWGQ i cow E? AAA' 1 65 x. 1934 w. 4 My , , ',' 4 J:,"1QQ?Lf-.-: 'E.f- g'. gA.,g ,- p4f3f3'?f2Q:ZQQ.f' 514. 1:1 if krg..,' iii. .Q 45.41 ,ffm l -' as I 4 . .. ff-In . 'V 33f..g:- . 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' "K,- V '4'-k3:1'1.'-JVM Vx., qt- .... ,,., V ,,V V -,.,,.VVq.lV . 1-JV.. V. f Biiibmiih-nm .xs1X.:?-Li. , . .4. xv ,,,V. 5, 1-.,' ,V V1-z -VL, . ..x.V , , V., VI, 4 .. . , '-'V .V . V , .", " V- ' ,:."f ' . ,VW -AAA' . .. V ,V .- V J.--V-a,.4,-J V J V- .,-V, pm, - V ,V .k,, ,fisitk . V ' ' V V f -V ff.-r V .V .1V,.,.1 ,VV QV , Via, .Vgfz-14 .V 4 .-if V '...V,'V ' V - V V . V , I ' -,nl . V-VA ' KV V V., V -QV .-f MV f, V-Vg: L I J., , V V1' JJ? V' fi 1 is it X , l' QELQIRCQIJSB. 1 X- . 03 s 09 1 if 'K Wfpilfx It-XRIES CUNNINGHAM MARION NEW'NIAN President Vice-President 1, W QM M av BETTY WEST EUGENE MORRELL SCCl'Cf3.1'y TfCaSllfCf IUNIOR CLASS The present Iunior Class, which was organized in its second year, was the hrst one in many years to organize during its Sophomore year. Those chosen to carry on the class affairs were Iames Cunningham, president, Nlarianne Henry, vice-presidentg Grace Eaton, secretaryg Iames Kelly, treasurer. Although there were very few Sophomore activities the class can boast of having had one of the most unique booths at the 1933 Carnival. Soon after the opening of school in September, the Iuniors polled their votes for ofhcers and decided that Iames Cunningham should again be their president. Cther offi- cers elected were Nlarion Newman, vice-President, Betty West, secretaryg Eugene Mor- rell, treasurer. Immediately a pin and ring committee was chosen to select the pattern of iewelry which will he symbolical of the Class of 1935. At the close of the interclass league tournament, the team representing the Iunior Class was the possessor of second place. Now the lunior Class is awaiting Iunior Day and the Annual Iunior Prom to he held late in May. 934 45 l l . '5 I J I Q I fe W Gaul' 691, i , K We I V f l I ' - ' Wig TORCH e , ...iw on f , 0 I. i , L x - LX W kk ' 7 N . 4 ' If-1' I X If A ' 'IX A ,, 7 X 12 J . EDR I My I 4 I R rf I, y il Now I I if I I JUNIOR CLASS Up Q! ' IUNIOR PRQINI COININIITTEE it ,jj I I Iohn Brand, Chairman ' ur -Q J Katherine Cuffney Donald Shoemala ' y I Nlary Dow I-Iomer Wilsonu y ' hlargaret Gaffey I-Inrry Tipton NJN g +1 Anna Thompson VVnlter Chapel l - IUNICR RING AND PIN CUIVIIVIITTEE I 1 Iames Kelly, Chairman X yp etty Doyle Benjamin Levy K' Kathleen Brett Lee Kinner , I' V is e Vxfilliam Stowell gl 'Q Q Q W rances Hurley Rita IVIHCNZIIURFZI Karl Fahrenwalcl 1934 46 wr ' .JJ i fVl'7Q""'Q" MCQMLV -Hzallp ' M WW J X' f 'QD iff! fl TORCH ff i f 'WY if 5' ' 1 . u xt S 0:55 2 Y! L. QW 0 'idk' . x" X VM 522 ' C SOPHOMORE CLASS The Sophomore Class was organized in the fall of 1934. The members selected the following officers to guide their class: lack I-lirst, presidentg Katherine Kinsman, vice-Presidentg Phyllis Cole, seeretaryg VVilliam Love, treasurer. The Sophomore basketball team which Won live out of five games, was the champion team in the interclass league. 1934 47 2 fl Q' if , J W ,QM FSM Vg! ,iwyx Ab M FRESHMAN CLASS 48 5 if If 1 I IM III I NEW 'Lk Wm .wp f xx:-I1 IM W" ' " '1"'l "" ' llllil I! H "l 1 'Q'lll1WII" i f IIIGXQ IHWNII , NBI I X Iwl bv h f ,,l1m1,'l l'lulil H u h 1 .N I ,I 1. w wf' P ' I J, I . '-3 " 6 my Q ck , WW' 2. I , I, ,I ' Q'-" CLEVEL ACTIVITIES 9? 'S ,,,. L 11 5 ei 5' ss 16 !! 5 3 Jr 2 if x , Dewitt Daley Mary Dow Dorothy Gillette Gene Wliite Xlary Hawkes Louise Costello Sam Smith lXTarion Mrillin Iohn Vkfarner Iames Cunningham Robert Mai'sh Eleanor VanBuren Williani Hawkes William Hooper Walter Rockey Frank I-laver lean hleiswinkel lane Wipfler Eastman Beers Mary' Kjelgard Palmer Waterbriry 1 Helen lVIcGrath Q! , fp 'gill STUDENT COUNCIL ff- f ' President .........................................,................ WALTER RocKEY Vice-President ........ ........,.....,.. I ANE WIPPLER ecretary .......... ..... E LEANOR V ANBUREN Treasurer ............................ ,, .................. PALMER WATERBURY This governing body of the Academy carried out its activities in a prosperous manner despite a year of depression. During the football season in the fall, effective advertising in the way of slogan stickers and placards was sponsored by the Council. Several enjoyable after-school dances were held in the course of the winter months. The outstanding project of the year, however, was the bringing to the school a group of players who presented two Shakespearian plays. The undertaking was a huge success both educationally and Hnancially. On May 4th after many weeks of careful preparation, the Annual Spring Carnival was put over with a bang. '51 5 6 3 N K. i-Rf lf 1. J 5 xl lf, l x ,E Q x V? E KN K ,' V f 2-:D r B 0 0, WK' x 4J1V Wiatr ff Mary Kubinski Barbara Rhodes Ruth Parker Ianet Stevens Mary Limoncelli lean Barber Dorothy Buckpitt Elizabeth Snyder Ianice Trost lean Meiswinkel Iune Carey Anne Huntington Iennie Stevens Cynthia Manley Frances Cooper Helen McGrath Marjorie McLeod Edith Schomo Mary Anna Thompson Sarah Bisbee lane Wipfler lean Splann Katherine Fix Lois Lowman Mary Battersby Gertrude Malanoski Teresa Donahue Miss Heinen Dorothy Rhode Christeen Repere Kathleen Brett Ellen MeTiernan Mary Hawkes Alberta Dytman lane Thompson Betty Brooks Florence Keavin Margaret Kniskern Frances Hurley Katherine Cuffney Clara Oparil Betty Hennessy Doris Edmunds Betty Tidd Frances Fusaro N GIRLS' I-II-Y President ,....,sr.... ............,........,................... I ANE THOMPSON Vice-President ,..... rr..rr.. E LLEN MCTIERNAN Secretary .s.......r.. ,.....r...... B ETTY BROOKS Trerrsrrrer .............. ...... A LBERTA DYTNIAN Imcalry Advisor ,.,...........,.,....,...rrrr........,.. Miss XXIOLA HEINEN The Girls, Hi-Y, which was organized last year, strives to promote school interests, friendly relations and high scholastic standings. The instructive help and interest of the faculty advisor, Miss Heinen, as well as the fine co-operation of the members, has enabled the club to enjoy many social activities throughout the year. The Hrst social gathering of the club was a tea given for the Girls, Hi-Y of the Southside High School. Several weeks later, the Girls, and Boys' Hi-Y Clubs held a joint supper at the Y.lX'l.C.A., at which Nlr. Parker gave a short talk. Une of che largest undertakings of the club was an assembly arranged and given by the girls during the second semester. 52 f ' fo ,.- JJ pf KI ' ob ,JJJ WWW an e -if agwfl Jbmwkffib Charles Cooper Arthur Burt Donald Shoemaker Iohn Brand William Hooper Iohn Furman William Doolittle Linden Watkins Eastman Beers Charles Carev Iohn Cooper' Benjamin Rathbun Robert Kahley Gilbert Barnhart Walter Rockey William Hawkes Harland Wheadon David hliller Frank Haver Granison Gridley Floyd Peck lVIr. Eaton Richard Nlachemer Gene White Robert Marsli Walter Chapel Palmer Waterbury David Shoemaker Clifford Starr Vivian Bruce X Howard Adams lt Robert McDowell Gorden Cornwall Mr. Parry Iohn Warner Iames Kelly Dewitt Daley Frederick Beckwith George Miller BOYS'HLY President ....,.te... ,e,..,, R OBERT NTARSH Vice-President ..,.. ..,. W ILLIAM HAWKES Secretary .......iet,. ....r.. Vx ,ALTER CHAPEL Treasurer ,,..................,...i,r,..,,,,..,,,,r.,,,,..,,, .rre,..,.. G ENE VVHITE Combining business with pleasure, Boys, Hi-Y completed another highlv successful year. The members enjoyed several swimming parties and dances dur- ing the course of the year. The club turned out in full force to attend the second annual meeting with the Girls, Hi-Y. A fine Program of interesting speakers did much to attract a good crowd at the weekly luncheon meetings. It was with much regret that lVlr. Schwenkler was forced to resign as faculty advisor. lvlany thanks are tendered to Nlr. Parry, the new advisor, and to lVlr. Eaton of the Y,lVl.C.A., who have been so co-operative and industrious in making the club a success. 53 6 ,,4,.A ,f My X9 Ruth Clark Robert Ball Paul Donovan Richard Alley lay Clark VVilliam Hooper Ianies Cunningham William Love Henry Weiiisteiil George Lewis Harry Tipton Elizabeth Andrew Eleanor Chapel Helen McGrath Nlary Anna Thompson lane Petzke Betty Leahy Vernette Snodgrass Elizabeth Snyder Betty Brooks lane VVipfler Ellen McTiernan Marion Mullin Ianice Trost lean Splann Eleanor Miller Betty Doyle Mary Dow Mary Cleveland Betty Loomis Evelyn Bourgeois Marjorie McLeod Ioan Lewis Sally Erench Louise Alpert lean Meiswinkel Edith Schomo Olive Hetrick Lucy Rathbun Ruth Crofoot Helen Roe Katherine Ellis lane Haskell Barbara Bush Adelaide Savey Mary Battersby Roberta Bottcher MASQUERS President ........... ...,.....................................,....... I OAN LEVVIS Vice-President ....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. S ALLY FRENCH Secretary ............ ...... M ARJORIE MCLEOD Treasurer ..,........,,,.,,.,,....,,...,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, IAY CLARK By the large number of students in Masquers, it was proved that there are many members of our student body who are interested in dramatics. Due to the financial diH:1eulties, it was again decided that no Masquers play would be presented. According to the custom of former times, the meetings were held weekly at the Steele Memorial Library. Ar each meeting, a committee composed of different members provided entertainment. These committees presented some very interesting and novel programs. Valuable information concerning both the stage and screen was given by the faculty advisor, Mr. Colgan. Renewing a custom of several years ago, hrlasquers is making plans for a dance to be held with Eorum. 54 .5 'f 3 . YJ W , DU , 1 Ht' ll e iifln Alice Nixon Marjorie Ludlow Mary Dow Margaret Mc'l-iernan Mary Bambury Mary Louise Wriglit Betty Suthn Florence Keavin Ellen McTiernan lane Wipflei' Iune Carey Ieanne Carey lane Thompson Katherine Ellis Lois Conevery lane Lauster Mary Anna Thompson Frances Hurley Betty Burke Kathleen Brett Eleanor Chapel Sarah Bishee Nlargaret Gaffey Rita MacNamara Alice Gere PHI ALPHA KAPPA President ......,.,.,.,....,. ..4....,......,...........,..,.,..,.,.,. I EANNE CAREY Vice-President ...... ,.,,,,V.,,, E LLEN MCTIERNAN Secretary ...,.,...... ..... IX 'IARY Louise WRIGHT Treasurer ................,.....,..,........,....,...r,,.....,,...,, Lois CONEVERY Phi Alpha Kappa, under the direction of Ieanne Carey, the president, has been one of the outstanding organizations of the school during the past year. The society aims to create good character and sportsmanship in all of its members, also to promote healthful athletics among the girls who have been admitted to this club. Besides hikes and picnic suppers, Phi Alpha Kappa has enjoyed several swim- ming parties at the local Y.lX4.C.A. Ac present, a committee composed of members of the club is making plans for a supper to be given in honor of the Senior Girls, Basketball Team which is the champion interclass team for this year. 55 fb 6 . ii 'f KW ff' f X pv40wwwmwC! Edward Donahue Eugene Nlorrell Paul Burke William Stowell Lee Kinner Milton Hample Iames Cunningham Iohn Levanduski Irving Sandler Carl Morrell William MacNamara Harold Horwitz Harry Tipton Herbert Epstein Henry Weinstein Bertram Baker Iames Kelly William Love Iohn Porter Thomas Holleran Carl Farenwald Robert Stemmerman Isaac Bonomo Dewitt Daley Vifilliam Hawkes Arthur Olaughlin William Hooper Paul Donovan Benjamin I-Iorowitch Iohn Cooper Charles Voorhees Iarnes Lynch Nlilton Hext Charles Cooper Leonard Friedman Stuart Epstein Ioseph MacNamara HRUM President .,......,.. ,,.... .........r...., .,,.,... W 1 L LIAM I-IOOPER Vice-President ,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,. I OHN COOPER Secretary .......r. ...... W ILLIAM HAWKES Treasurer ..r.................,...,.,o...,,..,..................,, PAUL DONOVAN This year, as in former years, the Forum Debating Society has been one of the outstanding organizations of the school. During the past year a series of vocational speeches were given by prominent business and professional men of Elmira. Several debates were given within the club and one with Agora, the girls, debating society. A mock trial was staged at one of the meetings and was enthusiastically received by the members. Early in November, Forum and Agora enjoyed their annual dance in the gym. Ac present, plans are being formulated for a dance to be held this term with Masquers, the dramatic society. ln addition to these activities, Forum is planning for the crowning event of the year, their annual dinner dance to be held in Iune. 56 lean O'l-Ierron Eleanor Keating Alice Nixon Nlargaret Fernan Pauline lessen Ruth Snyder lane Wipfler Ianice Trost Evelyn Callow Mary Battersby Katherine Cuffney -W ft wr Betty Burke Eileen Hanrahan Florence Kain Nlarion Newman Ellen McTiernan Margaret McTiernan Katherine Fix Gertrude Malanoski Helen Ienscn Eleanor Miller Olive Herrick Betty Hennessy AGORA Louise Costello Lillian Carrigan Rose Pasione Frances Cooper Helen lVIcGrath lean Splami Rita MacNamara lkliss Deneen Nlartha Novitski Mary Bambury Margaret Gaffey President .......,... ......,...,.,..,,.,,,,,, V,,,,,,.,,,, I E AN SPLANN Vice-President ......, .... R ITA MACNAMARA Secretary-Treamrei' .,.. ...,. l: RANGES COOPER Faculty Advisor .............,........... .,,.,....,,,,,,,.,.,, M Iss DENEEN Qccupied with its various functions, Agora has again passed a successful year. Soon after the beginning of the first term, fifteen new members were admitted after having gone through an initiation which proved amusing to all but the participants. Again in January, new members were taken in after having suffered a similar ordeal. ln an endeavor to uphold Agorals reputation as a debating society, the mem- bers fought several verbal battles on current subjects. Also, a debate was held with Forum, Agora's greatest rival. lndeed, Agora has not been among the laggards in the way of social activities. Many Picnic suppers and a theatre Party were enjoyed by the members. The annual Forum-Agora dance was enthusiastically Put over by a capable committee. Plans are now being laid for a dinner dance which will be the closing event of the year. 57 6 is 6 2 , Q C. Tl X w ,p . N T wx v 7 4-4.4- J K .af L' "" ,D - i . DJJ si' J N ns -K ni .a K' 'i -i P' Z" K ak, 'l fm-7 'Lf- Bertha Bystrom Ruth McGrain Maria Ranchil Adria Drake lean Roemmelt Sue Fairchild Delores Kidd Betty Brooks Frances Preston Eleanor VanBuren Ellen Bowman Dorothy Smith Iune Hill Lois Lovvman Helen Pipher Marjorie Barber Geraldine Schusler Dorothea Murphy Ruth Stewart lean Barber Lucille Rittenhouse lean McCann Martha Terwilliger Lois Schneckenburger Orril Hummer Leslie Gregg Dorothy Adams Frances Fusaro Delores Costello Betty Barnes Mildred Scudder Virginia Drake Mary Kjelgaard Phylis Cole Elnora Hancock Elizabeth Turner Eleanor Snyder Gertrude Blanchard Eleanor Woodford Lois Kendall Louise Costello Anna Burke Dorothy Rhode Rosemary Trognitz Phyllis Allen Mary Ella Stutske Marjorie Emmett Gladys Leisenring Clara Oparil Betty Kneitsh Doris Long Miss Connor GIRLS' GLEE CLUB k President ,..,...,................ ......,.........c......,, E LNORA HANCOCK Vice-President ..... r.,,.,. E LIZABETH TURNER Trerrsiirer .......... ..,............ IX 4ARY KJELGAARD Director ........, ..,..,., M iss DoRoTHY CONNOR Pirmiri ...................,.............,.........,...................,.. PHYLIS COLE With their appearance at the annual Spring Concert, at the Southside High School, the Girls, Glee Club ended their fifth year under the very able direction of Miss Dorothy Connor. The girls have also presented programs at the school Christmas assemblyg at the Reconstruction Home and at the First Presbyterian Church. A repre- sentative group gave selections at the Park Church Forum and at the Home for the Aged. Everywhere, this group of Hfty-two girls has been complimented for its excellent Work. 58 .V x Wflr L lilfilflftlsdl C C IG Harmon Fletcher Vllaltcr lvlills Robert Ball Emory Stottard Iames Ahearn Daniel Davis Robert Thomas Williani Stowell Nliss Christian Clifford Ladd XVeslev Wilbiir Luther Cicora Vx'illiam Ostasheski Adolphus Hailstork Edward Trost Vaughn Davis Donald Iaynes George Brooks Paul Fletcher Robert Nladden Russell Gee Ioseph Graham Harry Tipton BOYS' GLEE CLUB Frank Haver VValter Smith VVilliam Love Charles Cooper President .e.............................. .......,........,.. C LIFFORD LADD Secretary-Treamrer ..........,....................... WII.LIAN'I STOXVELL The Boys' Glee Club offers the boys of the Academy a chance to make use of their vocal ability. About forty-Eve boys have taken advantage of this oppor- tunity for developing their talent. This organization, which will soon celebrate its second birthday, is under the direction of Miss Christian. The Glee Club has entertained the students on different occasions in assembly. It also donated its services for the Senior Musical Review which was held in the fall for the benefit of the yearbook. Combined with the Glee Club of the Southside, it presented a concert program for the Park Church Forum. Now, the members are practicing special numbers to be sung at the annual Spring Concert. 59 6 in ,JW , JC? U- bo' .v -5 . Fiji' TU 6 Paul Donovan Vernette Snodgrass Berneta McLaud Richard Alley Ignatius Gorsky Robert Marsli Vllilliam Doolittle Arthur O'Laughlin Nlarion hlullin Eastman Beers Robert Ball George Rchill Charles Carey LeRoy Heath Katherine Fix Lawrence Creighton Elizabeth Snyder Ruth Lipshutz Iohn XAZZIITICI' TORCH BUSINESS STAFF ROBERT MARSH Business ildanncgersf ...... .....,..,r, M ARION lVlULLIN GEORGE REHILI. Faculty Advisor ..,.,..,.,.....,,..........,..,... ANTHONY SCHWENKLER The staff responsible for the organization of this book joins in a hearty expres- sion of its gratitude to Nlr. Anthony Schwenlcler for his unquestionably Hne services in its behalf. It also Offers a word of thanks to those not connected intimately with the staff who have aided us in the publication. They are: Willizini Kennedy of the Sophomore Class, Robert Nloderhak of the Iunior Class and Francis Hogan, also of the Class of 35. A ln view of the economic conditions prevalent today, we believe that the entire Class of 1934 is deserving of much commendation for its co-operative spirit in bringing us its unfailing support. 60 l Ianice Trost Benjamin Rathbun Alberta Dytman Iane Wipfler lane Thompson lean Splann Ellen McTiernaii Dorothy Buckpitt Evelyn Bourgeois Iohn Levanduski lean Meiswinkel Mary Battersby William Hawkes Mziry Cleveland Mary' Kjelgaard Frances Cooper TORCH LITERARY STAFF Editor-in-Chief .... ........,,..,..,.., I EAN SPLANN Art Advisor ........................,..............,.... MRS. HELEN WINSOR This section of the staff, which prepares all the written material for the book, feels that it cannot sufficiently thank Nfrs. Helen Wiiisor, the art advisor, and Mr. Anthony Schwenkler, faculty advisor, for their help and interest in the com- posing of the book. The financial success is due to the three capable business managers and their faithful staff who have worked so diligently under the direc- tion of Mr. Schwenkler. Praise and thanks are due every member of the staff who has put forth an untiring effort to 'Aput the book overv. Besides those on the staff, there are sev- eral others to whom we wish to express our sincere gratitude for their assistance. They are Alice Howell, l-larry Tipton, Williziiii Love, Edward Weaver and lames Cunningham, all of whom contributed some material for the book. We also tender our thanks to loan Lewis, George Wlieeler and Vincent Brown who assisted Mary' Cleveland and Dorothy Buckpitt in making the drawings. VVe also wish to thank any others who helped and whose names we have unintentionally omitted from the above list. 61 6 , i LL ?- If .4,y2,f' ll L' j 1 -c 1 1'-f.i"", I Lxrkr' ' ist Ad A, . kg kL.,v3f'A"' dl .6 P ,J UA' X ,. R- 1' ffvrlloxv' 6- - JJXf L Q Dorothy Koloske Mary Kjelgaard Elizabeth Murphy Florence Szerzen Martha Novitski Eleanor Gryska Mildred Stevens Florence Palizay Lucile Rittenhouse Beatrice Howell Kathryn Elliott Iosephine Pirozzola Miss Eldredge Clara Davis Allie Pasielake LIBRARY COUNCIL President ......,,..................................,......,.,.. ELEANOR GRYSKA Vice-President ...... .,.,... E LIZABETH MURPHY Secretary ...............,...,..,.,..,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,..,, Lucius RITTENHOUSE Under the careful supervision of lvliss Elizabeth Eldredge, the Elmira Eree Academy Library Council has served the students and teachers elhciently and quietly for another year. On the Council are girls who are interested in learning about library work, but only those who have good averages are allowed to remain on the Council. Each one of this group of girls spends one period a day assisting the librarian in the library where the duties consist of charging out books, putting them in order on the shelves, sending overdue notices, preparing new books for circulation, mending old ones, reinforcing magazine covers and helping students Gnd desired material. The Library Council, which is almost indispensable, has carried out its duties to the best of its ability. 62 Phillip Hopper Richard Alley Warren Stevens Alice Gere Nlarion Newman Betty Brooks Ianice Trost Mary Curran Virginia Danaher Miss McGowan Iohn Warner Barbara Rhodes Edna Babcock Adelaide Savey lane Haskell Harold Fowler Betty Doyle Sam Iosbeno Barbara I-Iausner lean Meiswinkel Rickford Scopes Louise Alpert Roberta Bottcher David Ziff STYLUS CLUB President ,.......,,..,..............,,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, IOHN VXIARNER Vice-President ......,..... ,...,,,. I ANE HASKELL Secretary-Treamrer ................,....,..,,..,,........ BARBARA RHODES The Stylus Art Club which is in the second year of its existence, has greatly increased in membership and has proved itself one of the most worthwhile clubs of E.l:.A. A proof of the practical Work done by the club is the number of posters designed for the other school clubs and for the Senior Musical production which was held in the fall for the benefit of the yearbook. The meetings consist of instruction in lettering and designing. Using the knowledge thus gained, all the members designed their own greeting cards at Christmas. The club and several guests enjoyed an illustrated lecture by Meredith Cramer, local sculptor, and another by lVlr. Anderson, a talented sculptor and artist from New York City. Several social events have been on the calendar of the club. They have included two banquets, one in the fall at the Community Coffee Shop, another this spring at school. 63 6 ig WWWW'-f 'X I Q X W 'li AX af " ' i ff iwpjiv ' lv yl7i'M' i '1 " EJ fwrfwlj ' 5 I - Bernard Ketter Harry Tipton Nlary Kielgaard Iohn Warner Richard Alley Leonard Friedman Stuart Epstein Olive Hetrick Robert Tipton Iean Meiswinkel Doris Long lean OT-lerron David Miller Betty Brooks Gilbert Barnhart Herbert Epstein Ianice Trost Eleanor VanBuren VINDEX STAFF Editor-inCiJief .,.,,....... Managing Editor ..,.... Associate Editors ..... Business Manager ,.... Advertising fllanager ,...,... Exchange Editor ..,.... Circulation fllanager Facnity Advisor .........,...,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, ELEANOR VANBUREN GILBERT BARNHART OLIVE l-IETRICK ROBERT TIPTON 4' DAvm MI1.I.ER BENIAMIN RATHBUN IOHN WARNER HARRY TIPTON NIARY CLEVEI.AND RICHARD ALLEY MRS. IEANETTE DEUEI. The Vindex, like all other professional organizations, gave the subscribers a 'inew dealu this year. Ac the beginning of the year, a large seven-column paper was adopted which enabled the staff to Publish more news and increase the amount of advertising. ln Ianuary, due to lack of funds, the Paper returned to the old five-column type. This year, for the Hrst time, the Vindex Was admitted to the Quill and Scroll, International Honorary Society for High School Iournalists. ln the competition at Columbia, the Vindex won third place in its class and was the only paper out- side the Metropolitaii area to receive a bronze quill for ten consecutive years of membership in the association. Praise is due the entire staff for their excellent co-operation during the year. 64 Wfff ffl -Q WJQZIXXWMJ A Iames Ahearn Fred Savey Harry Tipton Vinton Stevens Henry Weinstein Richard Alley Edward Weaver Donald Perry Robert Moderhak Ioseph Graham Thomas O,Hara Roger Conklin Steven Abbott ClifTord Iohnson Lewis Mathews Eleanor Gryska Maria Ranchil Adria Drake Eleanor VanBuren Phyllis Schwartz Ellen Bowman Iune Hill Virginia Drake Iames Walsll BIQLOGY CLUB Robert Evans Eleanor Woodford Dorothy Hinkelman Mary Elizabeth Mitchell Marie Herforth Doris Long Miss Kotraba Robert Tipton William Love Gertrude Heushaw Iean O'Herron Betty Burke President ...............,,..,.,......,..,....,.................,... ROBERT TIPTON Vice-Preszdent ............., ...,.,.,..,.,. D ORIS LONG Secretary-Treasurer ........................................ WILI-IAkI LOVE Each year the Biology Club chooses a certain Held of nature for detailed study. This year they are studying the stars. Several illustrated lectures were given by Richard Alley. Professor Suffa of Elmira College and Doctor Palmer of Cornell University consented to be present at a meeting of the club to lecture on astron- omy. Plans have been made for a trip to the Cornell Dbservatory which will be taken later in the term. The largest social undertaking of the year was a large Christmas Party at which gifts were exchanged and dancing was enjoyed to the music of Bob Moder- hak and his Melody Kings. The members are now looking forward to their annual dinner-dance to be held in Iune. 65 5 fa S - Rosemary Henry Helen Lombard Miss Gill Frances Fusaro Agnes Smith Norma Bernas Evelyn D'Annunzio Helen Lentz lvlargaret Collins Patricia O'Brien Amelia Cicconi Alice Howell Twila Hart Evelyn Hogan Margaret VVatts Gladys Heaney Anna Ryan Miss Hall Elizabeth Murphy Agnes Reicly Blanche Fisher lean Elliot Marjorie Bosenbark lane Dunham Mary Cook Nlarguerite Mechalke Lillian Trump Rosemary Falsey Frances Shaffer Rose Terpolilli Eleanor Schiefen Frances Harris Marie VVhite Sadie Crusade Eva Foulke Beatrice Nick lXlary Bowman Patricia Blake .Nlargaret Keane Rosemary Gruslin Helen Frederick Clara Oparil Charlotte Lindslay Mary Lynch Nlary Murphy GIRL RESERVES Advisor ........., ,........ Iv lrss GRACE HALL President ,.,........ ..,.,.. lk 1ARGARET COLLINS Vice-President ...... ,...... M ARGARET WATTS Secretary ............ ........ A Lice l-IOXVELL Treasurer ........................................................ NORMA BERNAS The Girl Reserves do their utmost to Uface life squarelyu and 'Kto End and given the best that there is in life. This is not merely an Academy society, but one of a group of several in the city, all of which have the same purpose and aim. The keynote is mental, physical and spiritual health throughout the entire pro- gram of the club. Under a new advisor the club has prospered greatly, both in membership and activities. Not only have the girls done much good in the way of social welfare work, but also have held many enjoyable social events such as parties and picnic suppers. Last but not least comes camp which every member enjoys thoroughly. 66 Earl Goddard .,., foe Spence A,,... Ralph Danby ,,.A Henry Garrison ..... George .........,..... Billy Meelein ..,..,. linfznfiie Shannon .... lllrs. Garrison ..... Anne Vlfindsor ...... Irene Trevor ................ Georgianna Garrison Lilly Trevor .,...,.AA,..,. Peggy Wood .... Laurence lVlark lay Clark Iohn Wgirilei' LeRoy Heath Francis Hogan Willianm Hooper Robert Ball lvlarion lVlullin lvlary Cleveland lane Thompson Ruth Delamarter Eleanor Vanburen Evelyn Bourgeois Florence lones ........ ..... V ernette Snodgrass Betty lVilloagl9lay .,.,,. ..,..., E leanor Miller AS LADIES PREFER by Roi COOPER MEGRLIE fprodnced in New Yorle by David Belaseoj Iimmie Shannon is to inherit the twelve millions left by his grandfather-e provided he is married by the time he reaches his twenty-fifth birthday. He receives news of his grandfathens death just one day before the end of the fatal term! Iiminie doesnlt care much about marriage, and he isnlt Particularly handsome. ullm not engagedf, he says, Hand llm not in love-and l donlt know a girl in the world well enough to hook her up the back-and llve got to be married by mid- nite tomorrowf, Iimmie has a chance-in fact he has seveng but he doesnlt know how to go about it to propose. He doesnlt know what ladies like! He doesnlt know what they prefer! However, during the evening, he learns a lot about their Preferences and finally, after many discouragements, he marries the girl he has always wanted to, Anne Wiiurlsor. 67 6 i Director ..............................................,........... GEORGE ABBOTT 6 i ORCHESTRA The High School Orchestra, composed of about forty Pupils from both high schools, rehearses weekly at Number Two School. The members receive Regents credit for the work they do in the orchestra. The orchestra plays at the school assemblies and for any school functions which require music. This Past year it also entertained the members of the local Rotary Club. Our orchestra is considered one of the best in the Southern Tier due to the fact that nearly every instrument is represented in it. FIRST VIOLINS VVilliam Grofli Robert McDowell Helen Boardman Donald Woodard Richard Getman Thomas Warren Paul Bates Bertram Rundell Nicholas Schaif Ernest Pruyne SECOND VIOLINS Robert Dennison Marjorie Newell Marthzl Terwilliger Iames Lawrence Angelo Palerno Norman Schoonover Shirley Roberts Tecla Kingsley Gladys Heaney BASS VIOLIN Augustus Brace William Tanner OBOE Lincoln Vx'hittake1' CLARINET Peter Iankowski Cecil Thomas VIOLA Ralph Dutenhoefer Floyd Adams FRENCH HORN Vera Griswold Robert Fish 68 PIANO Martha Eliot Howard Adams PERCUSSION Donald Ianes TRUMPET Edward Timbrell Theodore Taylor BASSOON Marshall Terry FLUTE Henry Collin CELLO Ruth Bowen I 4 l l BAND This year, the Elmira High Schools' Band, under the direction of Mr. Williarii Biery, has been greatly improved. A number of new and varied selections as well as the rearrangement of the school schedule to give more time for practice has done much to renew the interest of those in the band. Due to the fact that the band now plays a higher class of music than ever before, it has been called on many times to give concerts. Among the concerts Presented were: one at the Park Church Forum, another for the Young Peoples' meeting at Hedding Church. Of course, the band was out in full force at all the football games. Now the band is practicing for the Annual Spring lVlusical Festival to be held lune 1. Otis VVinner Lee l-lyler Director ..,,.,..... ....... VVILLIAM BIERY Drum Major ..... ,....................................... E DYTHE SEAGER TRUMPETS CLARINETS PICCOLO Theodore Taylor Oliver Libby Richard Howland Robert Thomas. FLUTE A Peter llglnkowskl Robert Bartlett Edward Timbrel Roger llrlt HORNS Charles lVlcDonald William McDowell Leonard Sheer Ceorge Nlitchell Samuel Smith Richard Denton Gorden hlosher TROMBONES Floyd Peck Wilf1'etl Kelts Ralph Dutenhoefei' Gorden Iensen Fred Owen Robert Miller Lawrence Doolittle Cecil Thomas Harold Farmer Iohn Hamilton Williani Love Egbert Ayers Edward Cook OBOE Lincoln Wliittakei' SAXOPHONES Marsliall Terry Fred Loomis i lack Livens George Starkey Robert Swift 69 Robert Fish Iohn Starts Harold Matllews BARITONES Robert Culver William Nowill BASSES Augustus Brace Drummond Wylie DRUMS Franklin I-Iarlin Harry Baldwin Iames Ferris Donald Iaynes S i gfimn W fffww' 7 ' fm Mazza! my WA WW! ffffj' f paw- - -7560 - ' is Wwdbjj ' 75,12 7jjmfQ8g LT3Z'MTZ WWMff4Wf7Mxz ,,Mw2f2MjWfffHmQMM QfW?2fw1 MQ 'L7'W ML Mwflffi 73 , gs gZ,g,A,i?2f42ffW Z7 W- M Mififiiifyfffff MMM-f1"WM HMM" MQ M-QWJMZA QM ' My , O, . gwg wfajzig, gf fm ., K, A mf-Qin .T 5, ., 4.: .'Yx :ix-L. gl-121 K ff, 4, -V .M-Aix Q.: - ,L -E' T ,N :fl-giant V . 1- ' f K mmmwfx J 'W'ymLQg:A.iZ2,A4, 'kr X 1 Q' f 1 W ' W,'n54W',,f'L-,LW HL? 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"1 .. 'TLZV-T ff "'1'.fJ.. VG' " ' ' 5 V 5 - ,zgj jf A ' ' :gV'V:g:Vyf -. V vii-' ' - . - 5:9 fig ' j ' f V 3 . -', - . R -- . - .4 Q -. ,- -, 1,3 I 3 su- .1 .. -K gui - -. ' 'X K 4 , I A V, 5-VA., - V .I . .- V - r -. , A .wg -Af:,.,- v' X: 13- s. , . , J R- ,ff I , .. t' ' x TO MISS MARY O'DEA AND MR. ARTHUR HIRST, THE HELMSMEN OE GUR ATHLETIC CAREER, WE, TI-IE CLASS OF 1934, DEDICATE THIS SECTION OE THE TORCH. 6 l 5 Vllk ' Ulf f -J ,XI Riley Reidy Seibert Hirst Snyder Skog lVIcDonougl1 Reidy Stobhle O,Neil Slocum Kelly Skidmore L. Comereski Hall Christofcro Bunn Coppini Drake O'Donnell Giesa Scliriver Limoncelli Hogan Hailstork Zimdahl Bartis Brupman Paganelli Spaulding Cunningham Whiting Clark R. Hall Wladis Nlurphy Bradley Shappce Vetter David Furman Smith F, Comcrcski Hirst Burke Willianis Rockey Lyons Fosecea Whittaker Cicconi Ioseph hlurphy Carpenter Clatc FOOTBALL TEAM Cfapmin 4...,,.r.r. ,...,....,.... ..,........,..v......,ii....... W A LTER ROCKEY Coach ..,................, i.,..., A RTHUR HIRST Assistant Coach ...... ............. I OSEPH RILEY Illanager ........,,........, ............ F RANCIS HOGAN 5 DANIEL REIDY Assistant Managers ....... ....... W IEROME O,DONNELl, IAMES KELLY Mascot ..... .......... ........................... L E o CICCONI . S .................. ...s., 4 0 Hornell ,.......,.,...............,.. ... .,. . S ........ ...... 3 2 Onondaga Valley ..,.. ..,.. , S ,,,,,,.. ,. 26 Corning ................. . . S ........ .,V... 1 4 Auburn ..,.............. ..... . S .....,., ....,. 7 Binghamton ......... ..... . S ........ ..,,,. o Union-Endicott ...... .... . S ........ ...,.. 1 2 Ithaca ,.............. .... 74 FOOTBALL SEASON The 'knew deal", so prevalent everywhere in 1933, failed to accomplish any noticeable reforms in the somewhat down-trodden football fortune of E.H.S. The Blue and White had the same kind of season that they have been having for the past few years. The 1933 campaign throughout the nation was Filled with upsets and the Blue came in for her share. The team started like a whirlwind, winning the Hrst four games without effort. The less we say about the last three games the better, although the team played Hne ball in the face of superior opposition. It was one of those teams that looks like a champ in October and Hnishes in November sprawled out flat. Lack of capable reserves greatly handicapped Mr. Hirst who had a splendid team until injuries to key men forced him to rebuild it completely in midseason. Naturally a team expects injuries, but in fairness to our veteran mentor, it must be said that we received more than our share this year. Throughout the season, the spirit of the team was splendid. ln nearly every game, they played to capacity crowds although the schoolls enthusiasm did not reach the pitch that it had before the Bingo victory of the year previous. The completion of the new steel stands and the returfing of the gridiron gave the Elmirans an athletic field to be proud of and one equal to that of many colleges. During the 1933 season, although they played only one major game at home, all the home games were well attended. With a nucleus of six varsity holdovers and several promising reserves, prospects looked very promising to Coach Hirst at the first call on the opening day of school. His main problem was to develop capable replacements for the departed veterans, Ogro- dowski, French and Easton. The rest of the first team was composed of Captain Rockey, Bartis, Cunningham, Limoncelli and Scriver on the line and Slocum, Hall and Graham in backfield. The coach solved his major difficulties by putting Bob Hall, light but wiry jayvee graduate, at guard, with Herbie Vetter on one flank and Patsy Clate alternat- ing with F. Comereski at the gruelling backheld post, formerly so capably occupied by the versatile 'KBrusie". This was the team that opened so impressively by grinding Ollt three easy victories over Corning Free Academy, Hornell High and Onondaga Valley Academy of Syracuse. None of these teams even seriously threatened the Blue's supremacy and rarely did they penetrate beyond midfield. In these games, the Elmira gridders resorted mainly to straight football, running their plays from a Notre Dame shift as taught for several years by the late Knute Rockne. , Blessed with a superb forward passer in the person of Ioe Graham and with several other boys who could snag his bullet tosses with a remarkable degree of skill, the Blue had little opportunity to open up against Corning or Hornell, but against Syracuse, when their overland progress was impeded, they took to the air with most satisfying results. On November 4, a heavy, determined Auburn team threw a real scare into the local eleven. They played brilliant, aggressive ball and at half time left the Field nursing a 6-o lead. The locals came back, led by the inspiring playing of Patsy Clate, to push over two touchdowns and win, 14-6. After this victory, it became common talk to refer to the team as one of our best and to compare it to the state champions of ,22. Owing to the unimpressive Bingo record, an easy victory for Elmira was predicted. This talk must have escaped the ears of the Parlor City huskies Qand they were huskiesj or, if it did not, they were not prop- erly impressed, because they trounced the highly favored invaders to the convincing tune of 20-7. Ir was a heavy, sluggish team that threw off its blanket of lethargy for this one game and came through in fine style. A second time the E.H.S. contingent invaded Broome County and were once again repulsed. This time the Orange of U.E. were the offenders in a quelling struggle played in a blinding snowstorm at En-Ioie Park. On Thanksgiving Day, the Hirstmen closed the season by losing, 32-12, to a truly great Ithaca team. For the first time in local gridiron history, a game was broadcast from the Athletic Field and conveyed to the Southern Tier through the facilities of Station WESG. The effect on the size of the crowd was not noticeable as the stands were jammed with football-mad fans. At the dinner tendered the team by Howard Tyron and Dr. Alexander Soble, the lettermen chose Iim Cunningham, powerful lineman, to replace the departing captain, Walt Rockey, 75 6 6 ie INTERCLASS BOXING AND WRESTLING CHAMPS Coach ,......,..............,.........,....,....,....................... ARTHUR I-IIRST Boxing champs of the interclass league are- 115-lb. class ......... ....,...,,. ,,,Y............ Z n wko I25-lb. class . ,,......,..,.,,.,,.. Miller 135-lb. class .... ......... N omrcomaso 145-lb. class .,... ......,..,.. I-I ailstork 155-lb. class ......,,.,....,,A..., .. . ...... Clark Wrestling champs of the intercalss league '1re- 125-lb. class .w......,.............V. ...,..,.l Z imdahl f 145-lb. Class ,.................... ......,... D rath 155-lb. class .....,... ...... T oles Heavyweight ....... .....,.. H all 78 INTERCLASS BASKETBALL CHAMPS Captain ..... ,...,.,A,.... R OBERT BELL Coach .w..... .........................,............... A RTHIYR I-Imsr TEAM STANDING IfVon L Soplmmore ,,,,A, 5 Iunxor ,.,.,, 3 Senior .. ., 1 Freshman .....w........,,.... ,reee,.,,weww,.,,., 1 FIRST TEN I-IIGI-I SCORERS 05. Name-Team P F. Bell, Robert--Sophomore . F. Sllaff, William-Freslmnman . C. Campbell, George-Iunior G. Bilby, Dale-Iunlor ............. F. Clarkson, Nlilan-Sopluomore G. Gumosky, George-Senior I F. Forbes, Kenneth-Senior . C . Clare, Patsy--Sophomore Cu. GL1bIO,IOl1Il-ILIUIOI' .........l..... C. Cunningham, Iames-Iunior ...,. 79 ost O 2 4 4 Points 28 23 18 I7 16 I4 II II xo IO 6 .,K. F W x f 1 f . 2 ,1 f ., ..V...., 4, - .-1 F -A JV We :2Yt,g,Kw,,M,, 'tZ,:E...,, ,S V , ,,,., ,M,-.,,,., M,.,..,,, ,.,, ,I,,., .V -M., ,,. .,, , , N , , X ,,,, . . . . 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The first, a small wooden structure, which was formerly used as the First Presbyterian Church, was situated at the corner of Church and Baldwin Streets. In 1861, the classes were moved to a newly erected building located on Clinton Street. The next school building, which was built in 1892, housed the pupils until the present building replaced it in 1913. At the first Commencement exercises, which were held in the Hrst Clinton Street building, two students were graduated. The next year, ch number of students in che graduating class dwindled to one. This year there are more than two hu11dred in the school who will receive diplomas. Readers of the Vindex may be interested to know that the Hrst school publica- tion appeared in 1863. Since then only one, our own paper, the VINDEX, has withstood the vicissitudes of time. This paper was first organized in the year 1900. From 1859 until the present year, the standards of the Academy have been steadily increasing and at present it is considered one of the best high schools in New York State. ,1f,.1,lf 1909-1934 OUR ANNUAL This year, 1934, marks another important event in the life of our school. Besides being the seventy-fifth birthday of the school, it also commemorates the twenty-Hfth birthday of the yearbook. Since 1909, the students of the Academy have made their own permanent record of their activities during the four years of their high school career. The Hrst book is extremely interesting and, although those who put it out had no other Academy books by which to guide themselves, there are very few places which could be improved upon. We sincerely hope that twenty-Hve years from now the 1934 TORCH will be as deserving of praise and Commendation as the First book which has lived successfully through twenty- five years. 84 CLASS HISTORY VVhen we, the class of 1934, entered the Academy in September, 1930, we were just as green as any other Freshman Class. Now, with commencement not far distant, we having profitted by our four years here, are just as experienced as any other Senior Class to leave the school. For our Hrst two years here, we roamed the halls unorganized and without even one representative in the Student Council. However, we managed to sur- vive the trying period. Early in our junior year, we carefully selected our officers who were as follows: Robert Marsh, president, lwlary Cleveland, vice-president, lane Wipfler, secretary, and Lawrence Creighton and Gene White, co-treasurers Soon after the election Marsli chose Iohn Warner to head the committee which selected the pattern of the jewelry which has become the symbol of our class and which will, in the future, mark us as members of the Class of 1934. Next on the calendar came the Iunior Prom which Robert Albee, with his committee of six other juniors, successfully planned. The Prom was held june 2, at the Country Club. For the remainder of the year, our activities remain unrecorded. ln September, we returned, two hundred strong, to take our places as leaders of the affairs of the school. At a close election, we decided that Robert Marsh should again serve in the capacity of president. Other officers elected were: Alice Nixon, vice-president, jane Thompson, secretary, john Warner, treasurer. Immediately, they assumed their responsibilities willingly and have worked hard to make our class an outstanding one in E.l:.A. history. For the senior play, entitled "As Women Prefer", Mr. Colgan selected an able cast headed by Mary Cleveland and Robert Ball. After countless hours of drilling and rehearsing, it was staged successfully. Each member of the cast did his best to make it a success dramatically and the business managers did their utmost to make it a success financially. All those who took part or who helped in any way deserve praise and thanks, Co-chairmen Paul Donovan and Robert Newman, assisted by a capable com- mittee, formulated the plans for that most important social event of our high school career, the Senior Prom. Now Senior Day has arrived! A committee, directed by LeRoy Heath, made the plans which have been so cleverly carried out. We congratulate all of them for their originality and uniqueness. Now the next few weeks which we shall spend awaiting that inevitable event, Commencement, will be interrupted only by the Senior Reception. 85 6 i F ! 6 SCHOOL CALENDAR Sept. 5fStudents journey back to the rock pile. Sept. 6-Football practice! Cigarette con- sumption drops off. Sept. 15-Nothing except-well, just noth- ing. Sept. 22-CCHSOfCd! Oct. 1fLots of luck, Iean, youlll need it. Oct. 5--Senior election proves satisfactory. Oct. 6-D.E.-No moon. Oct. 8-Teachers need a rest so go to Bingo. Uust a convention, my dear readersj Oct. 14-We hit I-Iornell hard! Oct. 19-Girls get school spirit. Oct. zo-Where were all the girls at the Forum-Agora Dance? Oct. 28-Elmira Police work double duty. E.H.S. has "pep fest". Oct. 29-Bingo rises to the top. Nov. 3-Pupils are electrified by Mr. Iones in assembly. Nov. 20-Students of the Academy learn a little of Shakespeare. Nov. 26-Hi-Y boys treat their girls to an- other swim and dance. Nov. 29--Did somebody say Turkey! Nov. 30-E.H.S. bows to Ithaca. Dec. 4-Several K. E. girls look bleary eyed. What a convention! Dec. 6-And did the studes sit up when Col. Bullock told how to act? Dec. 12-Talented students display their musical ability in Senior Musicale. Dec. 21-The play is a success. Whereyd Love get the voice? Dec. 23-OH for another vacation! Dec. 24-Everything is "Rehill,' to '!Bob!' Mullin. Dec. 29-Old years weakens! Ian. 2-The portals open once more. Ian.3-Girls, the three new boys are Iones, Carr and Curtain. Ian. 8-Kelly and Rigdon prefer the Sunny South. Feb. 12-Lincoln has another birthday. Feb. zo-Have you all seen the UA" pin Ward is flashing. Feb. 21-"Little!' Billy Boodger decides to eat grapenuts. Feb. 22-How did you rate the K.E. charm, "Red!'? Feb. 23-Everyone has a good time at K'Lamb',. Feb. 25-MI. Parker leaves for Arizona. Mar. 1-Where did Betty Leahy get the bump on her head? Mar. 2-Bolger goes native. Mar. 9-Winter "drawers" on. T Mar. 14-Brand bursts forth in a new chariot. Mar. 17--Hey, Phi Delt, where was Ron Chase? Good dance. Mar. 28-MTS. Cady our "Patron Saintn. Mar. 30-Tarzan and his mate discovered in our midst-Gorsky and Petzke. April 2-Some of the teachers hit the "great white wayf' April 3-Wliat a dance! April 8-Peg Bourgois says she likes Vir- ginia. April 9-We resume our studies. Mr. Par- ker comes back to us. April I31UDlUCky day! April 16-Alfred Glee Club sings its way into the girls' hearts. April 17-Business Staff starts the paste Hy- mg. April I9-Still more quizzes. April 27-The carnival goes over very car- nivalistic. May 4--"As Ladies Prefer." May 8-Prom committee starts making plans. May Io-Strange goings on in lab. May 17-Seniors Parade! CLASS WILL We, the Class of 1934, being in full possession of all our faculties, do hereby give and bequeath all our earthly property. FIRST-WC bequeath to the faculty: 1. More brilliant students to take our places. 2. All our unattained good marks to bestow on the students to come. SECOND-WC bequeath to the Iuniors: 1. Our dignity and supreme intelligence as a Senior Class. 2. The privilege of occupying our places in assemblies. THIRD-WC bequeath to individuals: 1. To Forum-Agora dances, more Agora girls. 2. To Miss Eldredge, quieter and better behaved library students. 3. To Doris Long, someone to take the place of her ulohnnien. 4. To Masquers, more boy members. 5. To Hlown Miller, Bob Ballls popularity with the girls. 6 7. To lane Cuffney, some of Betty Leahy,s ability to make bright remarks to the teachers. . To Margaret McTiernan, Ellen's ability to translate Vergil. 8. To Miss l-leinen, more ambitious girls to be members of Girls' Hi-Y. 9. To Mr. Parry, less people from whom to demand hall slips fourth period. IO. To Mrs. Smith, all the gum that has been discarded in her sixth period class. 11. To Mary Dow, Mary Cleveland's popularity. 12. An orchid to Mr. Schwenkler for his untiring efforts in behalf of the Year Book. FOURTH-We bequeath: 1. 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McTiernan Miss Elizabeth Eldredge Miss Viola A. S. Heinen G. H. Cotton 55 Brothers Mr Mr Mr. hir. M r and hlrs. Frank B. Mullin and Mrs. A. A. Schwenkler Francis Parks August A. Moretti and Mrs. Leon H. Marsh Compliments of Doctors Morris Dreyfuss Iohn A. Bennett Ross G. Loop Florence S. Hassett Anna M. Stuart Elliott T. Bush Floyd l-l. Iones Rex Morrell I. l-larold l-lunt Thomas Burke Ioseph S. Lewis Kenneth D. Maynard Iohn F. Lynch Samuel M. Seafuse Wni. Cusick Raymond A. Turnbull Gerald Connelly Compliments of Dentists VV alter C. Ervin Walter Rockey Theodore R. Nlurdock I. S. Ellis Tracy Sturdevant R. A. VVilhur Earl L. Miller l-lenry A. Peterson Daniel F. Q,Neill Ki Compliments of Lawyers Cornelius O,Dea Richard Marlowe l-larry H. Hays Anthony Kahatt Phillips Carey Sheldon F. Roe 92 l BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY FOUNDED 1846 LEWISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA HODIER PRICE RAINEY, PHD., LL.D., President DEGREES Offers Courses Leading to the Degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in BIOLOGY - EDUCATION COMMERCE and FINANCE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - CIVIL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING For catalog and book of views, write Registrar H. W. Holter 93 TI-IE COMMERCIAL PRESS CQQOCLQQDCLQYD PRINTERS OF THE "TORCl-I" QQQQQOQQQ Corner South Main and Mt. Zoar Streets Elmira, New York Sheehan, Dean 8: Co. DRESSES, NEGI-IGEES, LINGERIE, I-IOSIERY, GLOVES, TOILET ARTICLES, TRUNKS AND LUGGAGE WATER ST., ELRIIRA, N. Y. SCHOOL DAYS CLOSE AND STILL WE CARRY ON AT TI-IE DIXIE BAR-B-QUE Tbingx to eat--- ---Good and Sweet Bourgeois: HA Penny for your thoughtsf' Feeney: "WITat do you think I am, a machine?" -,-f Ward: 'The thermometer has fallenf, IVIr. Parry: HVery ITTIIGITPH Ward: uAhout ten feetf, Slot THE COAL THAT SATISFIES-PITTSTON ANTHRACH1 Screened by Electdchy Phone 2-2551 GET YOUR NEXT DIPLOMA -IN SAVING Like difficult subjects in school the habit of saving is easy enough to master if you start slowly and keep stead- ily at it. When you get your first job, decide that you will put a small sum in this bank every pay day-and stick to it. That's the best way to get ahead. 11,11 FIRST NATIONAL BANK 63 TRUST COMPANY OF ELMIRA HI NRY L DI ISTER SI-IIQRM AN D BUTLER DEISTER 8 BUTLER Compliments of STANDARD FOOD STORES WHERE Qualify Jewelers QUALITY AND ECoNoMi .-f ,-f ,-f INIEET 330 E. WATER ST., ELMIRA7 N' Y. Tfzzfre is your Neigfzborlzoofl Compliments of Compliments COCA-CO LA of BOTTLING WORKS 415 W. Second St. HOTEL LANGWELL Available for Special Trips HYGEIA ICE CREAM Any where :: Anytime ,911 CLASS EXCURSIONS CONVENTIONS SIGHT SEEING TRIPS SPECIAL TRIPS AND FROZEN PRODUCTS OF PROVEN EXCELLENCE FANCY ICE CREAM FOR ANY OCCASION ,-,if C- E- W- Cmch Lines HYGEIA ICE CREAM CO Phone, Corning 252 o S s Compliments of The Kennedy Valve Mfg. CO Valves - Pipe ELMIRA, N. Y. ,if,Tf?f,1f Fittings - Fire I-lyclrants 96 LEADERSHIP MUST BE WON H An institution must earn its place in the community -like an individual earns his rank in the army-by years of hard service. To be faithful to its trusts, is a necessary qualification. To be loyal to its friends, another. But the ability and willingness to serve is above all others the principal requisite for leadership. We take pride in our record of capable, conserva- tive, constructive banking and trust service over a period of ONE HUNDRED YEARS. Leadership in this case, has been won through faithful, efficient service. Chcmung Canal Trust Founded 1833 Compliments to the Class of IQIBLL ..-- l-luck Finn Eoom THIRTY-SIX YEARS OF and HONEST VALUES SODA BAR For: LIGHT REFRFsHw1ENTs 7 S OR A FULL EKIFAL XM,-XTER AT kf.-XIN 97 The Mark l-woun ROSSI'S BAKERY DIEHL 8 BAUER AND BOOK BINDERY Manufacturers Of 108 W. WASHINGTON AVE. Gigi: S'f':TSE'ZSB3XONKS BRANCH STORE-GORTON BLDG. RECORD BLANK5 WE CATER TO ALL PARTIES Binding of M gazines and Work of A CALL 2-0921 416 E. IVIARIQET ST. ELMIRA, N CUSHING CADILLAC HOLLAND CORPORATION 5 IOI-INSON FOX AND CARROLL STREETS E N Y ALL KINDS OF MRA, ' ' REPAIRING CADILLAC-LASALLI5 OLDSMOBILE 222 E. Market Street OUR ENTIRE PRODUCTION ENTERS INTO THE MANLIFACTLIRE OF GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. MOTORS, GENERATORS, TURBINES And a Complete Line Of Electrical Equipment ,if,Tf,Tf,T1 Elmira Foundry CO., Inc. ELMIRA, N. Y. I 98 Salesman at the door: mls your mother en- gaged, little girl? Mooiieyz HI think shels marriedf' ,011 Mrs. Winsor: "XVhere is what you shot? In the kitchen?" Mr. Winsor: UNO, in the hospitalf' F OR SENIOR PARTIES AND GRADUATION WHITE FLANNELS QWOOD and SPORT SHOES-Both for ..,.........,... 38.00 FLANNELS fshrunk Cottonj and SPORT SHOES-Both for ......,...,..... 85.00 M A R K S O N ' S Main and Water Sts. AFTER HIGH SCHOOL -VVHAT? Rider College offers high school graduates economical, efficient train- ing in business administration, ac- countancy, secretarial science and commercial teaching. Four year's college work with bach- elor degrees at a saving of from one to two years' time and college ex- penses. Dormitories. Fraternities. Sororities. Athletics and other ac- tivities. Summer Session. Free place- ment service. Literature, describing the attractive Rider Plan, furnished upon request. ,1f,1f RIDER COLLEGE Founded 1865 Trenton, N. I. L. SHREIBMAN e soN IEWELERS Gosper-Kelly Since 1893 Sole Agent for SHOES at HOSIERY KIRK --- STERLING SILVERVVARE 1-f f-1 214 East Water Street ONE-SIXTY BIAIN , ELMIRA A BUSINESS COMPLIMENTS 'WN INSTITUTE kristi ELMIRA, NEW Yomc O TRA DER' Modern Business Courses Business Administration Secretarial Science Stenographic 8z Oftice Training Junior Accounting Registered by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York ffQ, OUND managerial policies and long successful experience have provlded us with sufficient equipment adequate personnel, and ample resources to render dependable service as artists and makers of fine printing plates. That you will be secure from chance, is our first promise. JAHN 81 OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. 811 West Washington Blvd., - Chicago, Illinois lO2 The l3hotogrophS Used in Tl-IE TORCH Were Made by Rl-DI-H-I D STUDIQ 157 Lake St. Elmira COMPLIM TS OF FURMAN ls the Kitchen in your home PLANNED for your convenience and the type of work to be done-or is it just an- other room Containing a 7 few appliances 0 Let Us Help You to CANDY Plan Your STCRE Kitchen Elmira Light, Heat 8 Power Corporation IO3 RICI-IFIELD GASOLINE ELMIRA OIL CC. 616 William St. RICI-ILLIBE OIL Empire Produce Co. American Beauty Cantaloupes Ma:-:well House Coffee Prairie Hose Butter Dairy Lea Milk Dole Canned Pineapple Nlrs. Smith: 'LI suppose you and I-larry are out a good deal, now you've got a car?', Mrs. Duel: "Oh, yes: about eight hundred dollarsf' ,-.911 Nlt. Sehwenkler: UEvery day we breathe oxygen. VVhat do we breathe at night? Smart Student: UNitrogen.', JAY H. PARKER FLORIST WIEST GRAY STREET Phone 2-0225 ELMIRAIS FINEST FLOWERS At ri Price You Can Alford I STEMPFLE ELECTRIC . PACKARD 221 VVILLIAM ST., ELMIRA, N. Y. Electrical Wiring Refrigerators - Ranges - Radios -- Fixtures - Toasters IIOHS Newtown Motor And all other Appliances Corporation PHONE 5267 INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS COMPLIMENTS A Style and Size for every Hauling OF Need from Q-ton to 75-ton International Harvester Co. of THE A 0 , mmm Great A.f6 P. Tea Co o56 STATE ST., ELMIRA, N. Y. Telephone 5127 F04 The Advertiser J Ob Printery, Inc. BOOK, IOB, LAW, SOCIETY and COMMERCIAL P R I N T E R S 218 Baldwin Street - - f- Elmira, New York COMPLIMENTS OF The Only High Class EXCLUSIVE RESTAURANT MARK TWAIN FOOD in Elmira Inc. Where you do meet the right people 154 NORTH NIAIN STREET Free Parking from everywhere ORANGE SPA Delivery service--Phone 7141-7142 SUT '1 5T"EE'f ELMIRA COMPUMENTS SCHANAKEITS GRILLE 01: 107 STATE STREET BUICK and PONTIAC l . 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