Elmira Free Academy - Torch / Sagoyawatha Yearbook (Elmira, NY)
- Class of 1940
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Editor-in-Chief - - - Elizabeth Burke
Art Editor ----- Grace Rowley
Business Managers Clayton Shoemaker, jane Morss
Advisor ---- Anthony A. Schwenkler
Art Advisor ---- Elbert Ryerson
MAY 'rms uroncnf' smnvr-: AS A BEACON
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WE, THE SENIORS OF THE ELMIRA FREE
ACADEMY, WISH TO DEDICATE THIS "TORCH"
AS A TOKEN OF APPRECIATION TO
MR. JAMES RUPERT
MRS. GLADYS CHAPMAN
FOR THEIR NEEDED GUIDANCE, AND FAITH-
FUL INTEREST IN OUR CLASS.
To Nhss linu.u.unm
To have liwrl. workt-al. anal playetl for thirty-thru'
years in the intvrvst - f not ol' self' hut of othvrs is liki-
having compose-cl a great pie-1-0 of music. inspiring antl
immortal fa pivre of music' made up of slots passagvs.
fastvr ones. runs. trills. vhortls. f'I'0Sf'9lltl0S. ancl climiu-
uvnclos. The slow passage-s luring out hvauty anml mlvpth ol'
tone: the faster ones show l7Pt'lif'f'li0tl of tevltliiqlw: the'
runs anfl trills atlcl zest. variety. antl intvre-st to tht- com-
position: the vhorrls harmonizn' tones so that they sountl
like "a great Anwnf' while the crescettclos and elimin-
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the at-rwmpanying Chords likv a philosophy ol' lift-
uhif-It varrif-s through in time-s ol' stress. ol' turmoil' a
personality whim-I1 is so ratliant that it IllLll'iPS all thosv
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aliw. To haw composccl musir' so hm-autiful. so uplifting
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souls. or to have- liveml a lilie so lveautiful. so unsvllish that
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WE, 'I'HE CLASS OF I9-10. WISH 'I'O 'I'AKE THIS
OI'I'OR'I'IINI'I'Y TO TH.-INK DR. IIEIAIK.-UII'
FOR HIS GIVIDANIIE IIVIIING Ol'li I-'Ol'R
YEARS AT THE ACAIII-INIY. HIS 'IVXLKS WITII
EAIIII INIIIVIDIVAI, SENIOR HAVE WON FOR
HIINI A HOST OF FRIENDS, WHO WII,I. NEVER
FOIIIZET HIS FHIENIJLY IN'I'EIIES'I' IN 'I'HE'NI.
NOR HIS SAGE AIIYIIIE 'I'0 THEM. SO,
"THANKS," AGAIN 'I'O A PERSON WHO HAS
NIAIJE OIR IIIIIICF ST-KY HERE, A Y
,IND NlENIORAIIl.E UNH.
To the Seniors of 1940:
For one hundred years this school has been recognized as an institution
of learning by The Board of Regents of the University of the State of New
York. During that time, thousands of boys and girls have received education
and training within its walls. Men and women who have become leaders in
all walks of life, both in Elmira and beyond its borders, spent their youthful
You, who are about to graduate, will soon join this great group of able
people. Much money, time, and effort have been expended upon you in order
to prepare you for citizenship in a democracy. It is the hope of this com-
munity and of those who have been your teachers during the past four years,
that you will prove worthy of the great tradition that is yours.
May your lives be useful and honest. May you fight for the things worth
fighting for. May you show unlimited capacity to carry on our American
way of life, based on a willingness to work, a tolerance of others, a readiness
to sacrifice for the sake of ideals, and a conviction of the high destiny of man.
May you in your turn dedicate to this task your lives, your fortunes, and your
sacred honor. Our best wishes go with you for to you and to your fellow
students throughout this broad land of ours, is entrusted the future of
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Une hundred years ago. on March thirty'-first. eighteen hundred
forty. the Elmira Academy-' was incorporated as a recognized educa-
tional institution by the Regents of the l'niversity' of the State of
New York. In addition to celebrating the centennial anniversary of
its beginnings. we have this year seen not only' a big growth in the
school population but an extensive broadening of the educational
facilities that are being offered to the boys and girls of Elmira today.
It is htting that at a time like this. we review the past and do honor
to the men and women who have made our present achievements
Secondary' education by which. in its broadest sense. we mean
the education of boys and girls between the elementary and the
college levels. had its beginnings more than three hundred years
ago when our Puritan forefathers founded the Boston l.atin Grammar
School in l635. Despite the fact that the general principle of univer-
'myggg 5, 4jqyNyl.jRgl.j sal education was early recognized as essential for the perpetuation
of democratic institutions. it was many' years before this idea was
actually' put into effectual practice. The Latin schools of colonial
days were intended only for the few who possessed the leisure. the D,
wealth. and the intellectual ability' to profit from the curriculum
With the growth of the colonies in commerce. industry' and social
and political institutions. the demand for a more extensive type of
education became evident. Young men and women asked for an
education more closely related to the everyday problems which they
were called upon to meet. ln l75l. Benjamin Franklin in Philadel-
phia gave impetus to this new trend and to the revolt against the
older traditional type of education by establishing the academy' in
which English. geography. arithmetic and other 'fpractical sub-
jects" became the core of the curriculum. Between l780 and 1850.
hundreds of academies were established throughout New England
and the Atlantic states. In New York State. more than three hundred
academies were opened during this period. It will be seen. then. from
this brief summary' that the Elmira academy was established rela- ISAAC M. WEI.I.ING'l'0N
tively late among the academies in New York States.
y Q In the year 1830, when the First Presbyterian Church at the
corner of Church and Baldwin Streets decided to erect a new edifice.
the old building was moved to the east side of Baldwin just south of
the present Methodist Episcopal Church. lt became the first home of
the Elmira Academy. During the next few years instruction was
given first in this building and later in the basement of the Congre-
gational Church that stood on the location of the present Park
Church. This school was a private school attended by pupils whose
parents could afford to pay' the necessary' tuition. Many of the early
leaders of Elmira received their secondary' education there.
The establishment of this private academy' came at a time when
the demand for universal and for secondary' education was growing
in strength. Its history as a private institution therefore. is relatively
. high schools in the Union Free School Bill in 1853. So it was that on
y shortlived. In 1840. the people of New York State voted for free
N popular education and legalized the formation of tax supported
ppm,-ESSOR S'I'I,:l,:lAl,: May 24. 1859 the Elmira Academy ceased to be a private school and
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by vote of the people of Elmira and with the approval of the Regents
of the University of the State of New York, became the Elmira Free
Although the trustees of the old academy had purchased prop-
erty on the present site at Clinton and Lake Streets and this property
was taken over by the new trustees. it was not until the close of 1861
that the first Elmira Free Academy building was formally accepted
by the Board of Education. The first location of the new Free Academy
was in the factory of J. M. Robinson at the southeast corner of
Church and William Streets. Since the spring of 1862 however, the
Elmira Free Academy has been located on its present site.
This first structure was a three story brick building facing
Clinton Street. The room used for study purposes was known in
those days as the chapel and could accomodate between 150 and 200
pupils. Sliding doors divided this room in two, one side being
given over to the boys and the other to the girls. The seats were so
arranged that when the sliding doors were opened, the boys and
JAMES R. MONKS
girls faced each other.
HERBERT M. LOVELL
Growth in student population necessitated increased accomoda-
tions. ln 1891, the academy building was torn down to make room
for a new structure. During that year, school was held in the old
Number Six building on Lake Street just south of the D. L. 81 W.
tracks. The new building occupied a much larger area than the first
but was only two stories high instead of three. Consequently, the
new building was not much larger than the old one and in a few
years the school had again outgrown the building. ln 1913, the third
structure on this site was built. That is the academy which we are
using today. During 1939, extensive additions were built to the
wings of the building and the Annex to the north was constructed.
When the Elmira Free Academy opened its doors in 1859, it had
but two teachers, Mr. Moses Sumner Converse the principal and Miss
Helen M. Phillips the preceptress. Both teachers had been connected
with the old academy while it was a private tuition paying school.
Principal Converse retired at the end of the first year. He was suc-
ceeded by Professor Isaac Mortimer Wellington of Fryeburg. Maine
who was principal from 1860 to 1865. It was during his administra-
tion that the first Free Academy building was built and the first class
graduated in 1862. The members of this first graduating class were
James li. Monks who later became the principal of the Academy and
Miss J. Amelia Munson who also became a member of the faculty.
So popular had Principal Wellington been that the new prin-
cipal. Mr. G. W. Timlow, was resented and after a few months re-
signed to make way for Principal Joel Dorman Steele. Mr. Steele
was principal from 1866 to 1872. He ruled the school at first with
an iron hand, gradually relaxing the policy of extreme severity. lt
was under his administration that the first and second honor rolls
were first established. the students on these lists being known as the
"first head scholars" and the "second head scholars." Mr. Steele
was famous throughout the United States for the text books which
he wrote. They were known as fourteen weeks courses in Chemistry,
Physics, Geology, and other sciences. He also wrote a text book in
United history. Because of his growing fame as an author,
relinquished his duties in January 1872 and was
CIIARLI-IS N. EVANS
Q succeeded by Principal James R. Monks. It was during his adminis-
l tration that the course of study was changed from a three to a four
year course for all students. Previous to that time, the college pre-
paratory course had been four years and the general course three
years in length.
Principal Monks was succeeded by Herbert M. Lovell who ad-
ministered the school from 1887 to 1895. It was during his adminis-
tration that the second structure on the school site was built. During
his time the Regents standard for graduation was adopted, football
was introduced as an extracurricular activity, and only college
graduates were permitted to teach in the academy. From 1895 to
1900, Mr. Charles VV. Evans was principal. It was under his leader-
ship, that the school paper, the Vindex, was launched. During his
, regime the school population more than doubled and the school
l was registered by the Regents as a high school U8981. Mr. Howard
HOWARD CONANT Conant, who was principal from 1900 to 1906, did mtlch to develop
school Splfll and to unify the student body around the growing
traditions of the school. A symhol of this unity was indicated when in 1903. the Alma Mater was com-
posed by Miss Florence Volbrecht flater Mrs. Frank J. Allen of Sharon, Pennsylvaniai.
Mr. Francis F. Parker became principal in 1906 and for thirty years guided the destinies of the
school. During his administration the present building was built and the greatest increase in student
population occurred. The change in the character of the student body from a selective to an all-inclusive
group called for an expanded curriculum. During the past year, Industrial and Vocational Arts courses
have been opened, the building facilities expanded and the faculty enlarged. On April first, nineteen hun-
dred forty, the one hundredth anniversary of the Incorporation of the Academy was appropriately
celebrated in the newly decorated auditorium. The program at this event was as follows:
MR. THOMAS S. CRAIG
President of the Board of Education, presiding
March Carnavalesque ....... F riml
ELMIRA HIGH SCHOOLS ORCHESTRA ' ' I I I
MR. GEORGE J. ABBOTT, Director of Music, conducting
O Beautiful for Spacious Skies
The Lord's Prayer
One Hundred Years of Educational Opportunity
DR. ALBERT 8. Hr:LMR,,xMP, Principal, E. F. A.
MR. FRANCIS R. PARRI-LR, Principal, E. F. A. 1906-136
Koosheeo fCradle Song! ...... Ferris
E. F. A. GIRLS GLEE CLUB
MR. W. FREDERICK SCHAAII, Directing
MR. EVERTS H. HOWELL I
President, E. F. A. Parent-Teachers Association
Future Plans FRANCIS R. PARKER
MR. OSCAR F. KERLIN, Superintendent of Schools
Acknowledgement und thanks are hcrehy given for much information contained in this brief review,
to the splendid historical article written hy Miss M. Louise Godfrey for the Yearbook of 1909.
In September 1936, a new group of ugreeniesl' opened the doors of the Elmira
Free Academy and tiptoed in. The surroundings were entirely new to us, but it was
not long before we found the echoes familiar. Shortly we elected Haines Gridley
president, Sally Hoffman vice-president, Beth Burke secretary, and Morris Shepard
treasurer of our class.
ln the period of a year we crawled the usual distance to become sophomores.
and now, after wondering about the various activities, we were eligible to find out.
Thus the organizations were crowded by "young bloodsf' Paul McConnell, Beth
Burke, Eleanor McCarthy and Sheldon Lewis were elected to head our class as presi-
dent, vice president, secretary and treasurer respectively. The year went by swiftly
and it was not until April that we held our first social activity. Having a spirited
class, approximately fifty persons attended. This was our first depression.
Finally, we reached the mark which privileged us to be called uupperclassmenf'
Now we could attend some of those "good" assemblies-the great desire of our
younger days. We again chose Paul McConnell to head our class, with Mary Ruth
Gill as vice president, Eleanor McCarthy, secretary, and Henderson Riggs, treasurer.
Henry Rathbun and Sally Hoffman were appointed co-chairmen of "Junior Day,"
and through the combined efforts of the chairmen and the committees a successful
day was held.
Alas and alackl The day arrived when we felt self assured to push open those
same doors which awed us in our Freshman days. After three years of sojourning
here, we were fully acquainted with the routine of 'fthe first day," and thus we were
prepared to settle ourselves at once. But we were fooled. During the summer, old
E. F. A. had been changed, and those rooms which had never been numbered higher
than forty-two were now numbered up to three hundred and twenty. It was very con-
fusing. Two new gymnasiums, the pride and joy of the school, had been added. Our
old gym was used as a cafeteria. The "good old days" of singles were no more.
Although it took quite a while to become accustomed to the new routine, the seniors
had to go on and plan their last, and perhaps best year. Joseph Schwenkler, Mary
Lou Denton, Eleanor McCarthy and Emil Vogel were chosen as class officers. Judy
Ott was appointed chairman for the annual senior musical--the show for which every
senior sold all his tickets fmummi, and, believe it or not, it came through with flying
colors, both financially and otherwise. Thanks to those new gymnasiums, we were
able to hold our senior dance, the first of its kind ever to be held within these walls.
Next on our schedule was the annual play in which "Cappy" Gill and "Duff" Rathbun
brought down the house. On May 22 the traditional "Senior Day" was held. Four
years ago we dreamt of this day when we could boast our position, and now that it
had come, it stunned us to realize that in a few weeks we would be leaving. In the
following week, we held our annual banquet and dance, thus ending the activities of
For the four years that we have been here, we have gained much knowledge, not
only from books, but from experience as well. Our stay here will soon end. and it
will all be a pleasant memory, never to be forgotten. It is with deepest regret that we
say "farewell" to the school that is "dear to us always."
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President . Josarn SCHWENKLER
V ice-President . . MARY Louisa Dr:N'roN
Secretary . . ELEANOR MCCARTHY
Treasurer . . . EMU. VOGEI,
In a few short weeks, we will leave forever the motherly care of E. F. A. and
set forth upon the much traveled road of life. Although many have proceeded us.
the number who have successfully traversed it is relatively small because of its many
cross road and ruts. However, during our brief stay here, we have been splendidly
prepared for this hazardous trip through the sympathetic assistance and cooperation
given to us by our principal, our advisors, and the faculty.
We shall all remember the good times and worthy friends we have found here.
The numerous social activities have offered all of us pleasure to blend in with the
work of learning.
In behalf of the class of '40, I wish to extend our thanks to Dr. Helmkamp for
his generous assistance and advice in all matters, and also to our faithful advisors and
faculty who have made our High School days a rememberance to treasure always.
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N .IOSPIPII Al'lllFS'l'lNlC
",lr'lly" has mu' of tlmsf' frivnmllw
snnln-s tlnit l'il":X is surv tn IlllsS.
3 wiihv, -
fi i. ' il imaizlsox ,xwikxj lla-ndy.M-1
51'-Z "lan-k's" spvviailitivs :xrv thc- piano
1 F Q W
X X W ' fairs and IFIIIS. llaittvr pe-rl:-rzllvlx
3 lrmn nut of town D.
Forrtlnzlll l. 2. 3: Yinilew 3. -1: Stn
Av :lf-nt linunvil fl: "'li0l'l'll.. llnsinvs
Q Stuff 1: Yl1lSllllf'l'S -1.
Q F .
lllfflllllll ll'UIUllN No.1
"Dix-kv is HF.-Kis wise' 1'rau'lu'r with
I ll wry lu-r'n sf-nsf' of wit :unl hninm
lli'Y 2. 3: -"lAUl'l'llu l,ile'rury Staff
f f N XII-QI 1.-x Ol' " x, '
ll. M. U5 I
vu t Beware- my ' 1 11- rn" i'
I n unwl. 1 'I ' wi
L 'iii Buskvllmll l, 2. 3 : 'ml c-y ai l. 2
A47 A 3. 4: Softlmll . 2 f- 'P
40 WY ,.' u.A..lx.l.-,' ,la
A ' ' '-X193 'va
XA. .liifw n,xnm:'i"r Nn.ll
A I Q K ,lean is vhevrfnl, unnl to say the
K lvust. vc-ry cornpuninnalilv.
lilllPIIlll Club 2: Vimlex 2: Glu-
lCl.lZAIlH'l'll Rl'IlfKl'Ili lla-nily Au-
Hc-svrw-il. qui:-t. annl svll-siillirin-nt.
lrut llIlll1'l' tlwsv qnailitivs ilwrll ll
lwzn-l mul ple-usaint gnivtv
H1-W 3. sl: Stnalvnt f.Ullll4'Il 2: Lin-
:-nni Llulv 3.
RONALD BICI.I.AMY No. 8
An exuniple for ull men! Tull, quivt
lntcrhuslwthull l, 2. 3. 4: lntersoft-
hull l, 2: lnterfoothull l, 2: Stump
lllulu l, 2: 'l'rau'k 3.
MAK,l0RIl'I l3l'INl'IDll1'l' No ll
livvn acciisutions from the teachers
m'un't vuuse "Nlurge-" to frown.
lli-Y 2, 3, 4-: Cin:-num llluh 3. -1.
'1'l?'TM,AS DANll'il. lllRMlNl1l'l:KNl
,kt , V, M O,s,s. 11 P.
",l"rife'lullftf-ss,igllioieiliiw :md sinvvrity
fpr w "lle'rn1ic-" yu yue l'l'iERti. '
lllllpHMl0llIlL'lT '32 Foothull 2. 32,
'While-x AL: lntvrcluafs ,Buslfeflmaill l,'2': '
Afuhij1-Nwrsity -L ,g
DAVID l'II.I.I0'l"I' BII.I.lNll5 . V,
Noll 3 or
llc' is brilliant und vxtrvnwly shy, 0
hut run luke an joke amy olml mluy.
Fornnl 3, ll: lvivv PI'PSl1it'llI ,Li
ClIES'l'lCli BORST No. ll
Long, ln-un "Ulu-l" can answer ull
que-stions. hoth in svhool und out.
llc-'s tho :nun with u working: hrain.
vrnu lllulr 4 li'0llll'llK'l und collection
lIlilllllg1t'l'l Stmlvnt lfounvil 3: Foot-
RICIIIARD liRAMl4l.l'I No.5
"llc- suixl not il word. hut wvnt
straight to his work."
NORXIA .ll-KAN BRIAN
Thomas K. Bc-eclier
lf you heur an rhr-erful, soft giggle,
you run bet your hoots it's Norma.
lli-Y 3. 21: Agora 2, 3, -1.
.ll'l.-XNNH BRlNTHAllP'I' No.5
'flust something vlsv to ke-vp n'.P
busy," explains ,Ie-anuw.
G. A. A. l, 2. 3, 4 fSPO'y. -li 1 Stylus
3, 4 l'l'rvus. 43: 1liDt'lllLl Cluh 3:
S0f'f'Q'l' l, 2: Softlnull l, 2, 3, 4:
Basketball l, 2, 3. 4: Volleyhull l,
2. 3. 4.
'l'homus K. l'lt"1'f'lIl'I'
llc-rv is ull the neutnvss und poise
lhat makes a gruvions lauly.
Sovvvr lg Sturlvnt llonnril 4.
lLli0RlLl'I CINIFS BROWN No.2
Nllorsesl Horses! He is crazy over
horses!" l'.S.- llefs un excellent
rider too. f
lli-Y 2. 3, 4.
. llvmly Ave,
Murzlic- can't sit still minute, she
has to he busy. gnmll is. l
lli-Y 3, -lg ALIOIQQ 2. 154. L
'Illll'illl'lSA RRUNOZZI St.Anthony
livery inch of her is fric-nxlly.
ltuliun lllnlr 2, 3.
ELIZABETH RITRKE St.l'utrif'k's
"Beth" is :1 fri:-ml in c'wry svnse- of
llw worrl: trne-. llt'pf'Hllill1l!'. Sylllpil-
llwliv. :xml il smile- for ewrynlw. Q R
Ulm- lflulr l. 2 fllre-s. Qi: lli-Y 2, 3,
Al lxlf'Pl,I'l'S. 23: NrlllSQlll'l'S 2. 3, 4 - V
1Sf'1"y. 3, llrvs. 43: Stllllf'lll fl0llIll'll
3: 5e'r'l'e'lury Frv:-lllnaul Class: Yin' fl
l'rf'si4lf'nt SUIIIIOIIIUI1' Class: lfditrn'
ul' '-,l'4lI'1'llu Xenrlmok. U
ll:'l'Vll'1l. HVKN5 5. l'. l'.
"lTnnny's" spvviall mission in life- in 0
s-- .' ' I- 'z l'a' f f l Q
4 Q ms to ln In IH I mon o Lum Wm,
Funtlmll 2. 3. 4: Ftnalvnt llunnril 12:
llrnwntnwn Svlmul llulon
A l'f'1'Q'lll nlN'M'f'0Ill1'l'u In our school.
llurlmru lI1lS nnulc- lnnny ll'If'llllS luy "
Sll' -KRT IHSH ll. Nl. ll. ,
l,ilu' lllv 'l'ort0ise'. slow lun s 1, ,f
. X42 1
,l V ,
4,Ji !'+',f N
'l'lnnnns K. llc-Q-c'lIc'r
llvrrs :ln algzggn-sslw pe-rsnn whose'
kmmwlwlgc- of lvnsinvss alnzl whose-
'- tn win
S'l'l'Il.l,.-X KIANIISIU No. I0
Q 5 Full of pf-p. Yllll and xigmr.
Q.. ltalliun lllulv l. 2. 3. -1: Snftlrull 2,
-if Oz' Ii. 4: Suvcwr 2. 3. l: Ynllvylmll l. 3:
llalskvtlrnll 3. sl.
V 5-gl-lzff, gm V'
W' LAI, WA,
Aw A fgffs 0 W
' V gb xlfxni . 1: x1r'lHlI.Ir .
' n I wn ri" or lr:-I' ml, she-
' V r s s.
' ge' tllr- w V UL'
I L lil Ulnlv : Yimlew I. 2: lli-Y 3.
' Z -'.
l"nrnn1 3.4 lTre'ns. -H: lli-Y L. 3, 4.
X wwf '
A ., .
1Ll.0Rl,-K H3 STRUNI Nu. ll
nNHlllllllI lunl pc-rff-r'lion." tlmt is ln-r
'l'Ill-IRKSA tIM1lIl0'l"l'l No. 5
.Inst u jittr-rlvnpf Nun just cunt In-an
In-r nt flaming.
Inr ull. znnl has Q-x'c-rynm' 4'l1z-e'l'-
Xl .-XRGARI-1'l' ROSE 1IAl'ARl'I,O
"lla 1 uy" is lm I my all lln' lin- lt
l'PI'l'HH 11.-XPORIG 21210
It Q "l'e'tc"A is ll lxngvpy-go-llwky person.
- found in tlw nlislxllz- of vwry mvrry
.W I . A St. .'Xl1tlmx1y's
llc-rv is n sinm'c'rc- pvrson wlm vln-vrs
y ,-V "'-1"-"M
' ROBERT CASSON Nn.ll
I If anyone has ax rlouht ulmnt the
liwlinvss of "Bch," hm' shonhl gvt
3 Q , hvttvr alcqiizliiitf-ii with the- husinc-ss
FILOMIQNA lIAPl'lil1lII Nu.5
A lnnnlmstit' 1-In-eilleamh-r. higiinniing
uve-r with sghunl siirit.
Cllt't'l'1Plllit'I' 3, I Itaiialn Ailuh 3:
tl. A. A. 2, 4: Chu- Club 1, L: Hus-
kvthzlli 2, 3. """"f-D
'l'lll'iliI'1SA CAKUUNIC St. Anthnny's
A little- --Sf'tt0l'itil,u who hats at guoml
wortl lor vx'n-rymw.
Ll-INA QIAHHQIQIIO Nu. 5
,'xltIlt'lll'lllll't' and kllnwkdge' are with
hvr, :intl alum- alll shi- is the hc-st
pail at pa-rson vunhi alsk for.
ltatllzn1l.hlh.l, 4: iv. A. A. -1-1 Basket'
Imll 2, 3. fi: Yolh-yhuil l.
MARHC CASSIU No.5
At'lix'v'! You hvl. livr liuvoritc' activ-
ity? Why sports, uf vuii1'sn'.
ltailiatn llluh 3, -1: Voile-ybull 1: Sm'-
Siililll . : f 'a ' i ' ii S
A lik:-nlnlv 1-Imp, hi' counts niatny
annmng: Im-mls alntl :u'qnznntu
lfmmtlmll X: ,lnnior Varsity linske-ts
M AIN ANN LIASSIDY
A snnhng nnss whosv loss to tlw
Sunthsiwlc' Iligh, is our gain.
inuiialgivi' oi the yvurhcmk.
qt- Foruni 2, 3, 4 ll're-s. 49: Ili-Y 2, 3,
ugtr 3: business n1unug1:'t' Lit: tfin-
eniu fiitlib 3, fi l'l'rt'us. 45: Stnclvnt
YULANUA tlA'l'lCl.l. Sl.Anthnny's
Yflilllliiil is humorous cfllicivnt 'lllfi
1 ipllrh-. bln: ll work tuwnrwl hvr uint
,- 4, l"liANlIlS tIA'l'l.lN Nu,5
ny" is that tull grinning pri'-
xlIl'if'X 3, 4: Nizisqlwrs 3, 4.
X, RUTH ll-KTU llt-ndy Aw,
N ilvrv is al IHll'llgl0Il of give' und sc-ren,
Auofcl 2. 3, 4: Ili-Y 3. 4.
HENRY CIICSARI No.5
niiilllku is the' hiynl supporter of the
" howling ullvys.
liltviinothull 1, 2: Bowling 4: lntvr-
A hziskvthull 1: Foothziil I.
SINAN IIHALK G. M. U.
1 Ili-pmululilv, rvliuhh- allways rvanly
to boost, thafs Susie.
.IUHN fflllllKl5 51.121-f:iIiu's
lt' ,lohn shoulwl say ons' wuril lvss.
lu' woulcl lie' too quivt. ll' hr' sziiil
one' woril mort: lu- woulcl ln' too
Fllllillfl CIARK No. 2
Fri.-ilu is stopping to thc' "altar"
1-nrly. llootl lurk l"rir-alail
I S 'xA . 1
'i . i
.Ili-'lNNl'I'l"I'l'1 IIIARKIC No. ll
.le'ulu'll1' is si lmshful pvrson, hut alv .--,
ways willing to lf-urn. y W
B 9 .
ill,-Uflf tl ,lf RWAT ' 1
Crave is me of t Je- p'r m
rk :ml in rw y ing .
NIN,-X CUE No 5
st'l't'Ill' unrl swvot, Ninn is lllt' one
wr vain vouut on to hvlp us out ol
H.-Xltl. tI0l,l'itll'i0Vl'1 No. ll
l':url's the- lnun who will stivk to his
work, anzl light for his rights.
it fa 5 Q
I ,J X
.f Ox K
l'fll,l'Il'IN tI0l,I,lNS ll. Nl. ll.
l':ilf'9lI, as known hy he-r vlaiss is an
rf-sr-rvml and qui:-t pf-rson
lllev tflulv l, -1.
. , 1 ,
raid 'ul-:'4:o1,1.INf si. 43.-fwaiitr.
She qos the- gnorfin nthvrs and ra'-
spe-rtl the-in as wc-ll ns lwrsm-lf.
lilirzlry Counril 2. 3.
EY.-X lfOXlS'l'0lfK llvnnu.
lixu is onr of thosf- who know that
if at pvrson govs through lift- with-
out xulvfwtisingz his :u'f'olnplishuu'nts,
he- will he- lwttf-r off.
fl. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4 tSw'rvtury l, Yiw-
l,I't'sillt'Ill -U: Stylus 4: llziskvtlmll
I. 2. 3, 4: Vollvylmll l, 2, 3, 4: Soft-
lulll l, 1, 3, 4.
R0l3lfli'l' llRl'IlDl'1 Dunkirk .lr. High
"Holm" Sllt'ill'iS only ul l'lll't' inte-rvuls,
hut wh:-n hv clovs his wormls urn- so
lull of IIlt'illIlllg: that it nuikvs up
for his silvlivvs.
Forum 3, 4: tllvf- Chili I, 2. 3, 4:
JOHN IZRUNIN St.lfc'11ili:i's
.lf'f'pin' .livr'n, in thc groove'
A jittvrhugw he sure tlm-ea prove
'lvl'ilf'k 3, 43 Int:-r-softlmll l, 2.
Xl.-KRION CRONIN St.t1m'ili:i's
l'ul1'hritn1lv plus popularity is ai full
Y 1. --. 4.
A sr-nse ol liunior, lI'lt?IltlllIlPS5 und at
yen for xnusiv, these are just ax fvw
of tht- gifts Arinunci has lwvn lil:-sst-nl
Runal l, 2, 3, Al-.
MARIAN llAl.tllSll No. 5
Sonia' wo llc' anniounvr' their uctiritic-s
with gri-nt noise- while others conw-ul
tlwir uvtions with grvut nloilvsty.
Agora: 2, 3, -13 lli-Y 2, 3. fl.
l'lVl'll.X N DAY ,lohnson lfity lligli
Shi' is so vulni, yvt vloqurnt. llow
coulll wi' llzlw hr-r lllll-t'l'l'Ilt?
BANKS IJICILKER No. 8
llc-re-'s the lmlonrlf- youth who sr-ents
to ln' knovking ull tllv girls for
l"ol'inn 2, 3: Student Council -1. ln-
tvr-Footlxull 1. 25 litter'-llusketlmll l,
2, 3, 4: Int:-rASoftlmll l, 2.
lll'lRNARll DE lVll'lMlll':H. Nu. 2
"liurlu'y" is vllivient and vupnlile to
isuy the lvust, and as at Congeninl fel-
low he caift ln- lwuten.
lntervlziss lluslwtlmll l, 2.
lN'l5NlU l.UUlSl'i llliN'l'0N No. ll
Our qnie-t und fri:-nilly "l.oopsie,"
ons- of thi- niost ontstuniling girls of
tht' vluss of '-10.
Orc-ln-strai l, 2: lli-Y 2, 3, 4: lvice
pn-siilviit 3, prvsimle-nt 45 : Agora 3, -lt
Vindvx 2, 3, 4 iussistunt valitor -ll:
Vive' l'rc-sich-nt ol' Svnior Class.
s 1 5 x
KliNNl'1'l'lI DR YORK G. M. ll.
llc-rafs at pvrson who has fl'll'IlllS in
lllDlllNllllll't', personality plus, unil pro-
llf'l1"l1l'y in all his nnmlvrtukings.
llitvi'-lluskrtlizill l, 2, 3: lntvr-Soft
lmll l, 2, 3.
CLARA DH YORK C. M. ll.
One niust know filatrai to illlllI'f't'lilIt'
he-r. Sha' is quiet znul nn-ut unml vf-ry
lliking Clulv 41.
ROS!-I DH RlSl0 St. l':itrick's
Rossi is us sniurt us at whip und sho
works for everything shi' gc-ts. If only
niorc- ol' ns wvrv lilu- lu-r.
Ili-Y 2, 3, 4: ffinenin Clulx 4.
VIVIAN UICKENSUN No.8
N iviain always sees thc' brighter side-
of life' nnrl is vwr lluppy unml full of
llziskvtlmll l, 2, 3, -1: Sovvvr lg fl,
A. A. 4.
NIARY JUAN lllVl'INY G. M. ll.
She has unilnition, this nnfrry lass.
Agora 2, 3, 4: lVla1sqiwl's 2, 3, 4
tSPc'retury 41 : lli-Y 2, 3, 4: Cinenm
lilnlr 4: Ulf-e lllnh 2, 3, 4 fl'resimlvnt
I. - . . ,
4l: Y lltllt'Y 4: Student f.Ullllt'll l, 3.
,lllNl'l ll0lANll 'l'honizis K. llt't'f'l1t'l'
Tulaing .ill und ull, ,lnnv is ai grvut
person, willing to lvnml at hunil ut
Busketlmll 2, 3, 4g Soccer l: Vollvy-
lulll 2, 3: Softball 3, 4, G. A. A.
l'f111111'y l111s ilu- Stull' lllill 11111k1's l'f'ill
lf-111le'rsl1ip. 11114l P1'f'1'yr111f- lllill knows
llllll l'l'illlZl'S ll111t llc' IH '1 true' f1'le'114l
f11lw11ys lull of fun.
Fllflllll fl. -l l'lil'l'4l!-lllI'1'l4 411: Ili-Y II,
3, -1: 1.1111-11111 l.llIll 11, 5lll4lt'Ill 4.111111
1-il 1: N'l10l'l'lIn liiI'f'lIlilflUIl Nl11111
"limi" is il 1'1111sr'i1'111'1'o11s Slll4ll'lll 11114l
wry llllll'l1 11liv1- ill spurts.
lJUIiU'I'IlY l7l'l'1l. No.2
She- lllN'5ll.l lwlif-w i11 lillsillgl things
NIAlill,'Xlil1'l' ' L I " Q. .
lie-114ly. willing 11111l 11l1 4'.
llc' has 1111i11ili11g gflllfl l111111o1' 1
l'Yl'I'l'1'illly to :lo il go:
'l'l'2ll'lS 2, I, 1 1' ' 1
ul llll'll 1111-
li0lll'1R'I' lilKl,0li Nu.lH
A llllllllll' r'o111l111111t1n11 ol
wl1i1'l1 girls 11111 1111! i111'l111l1'4l.
l"u0il111ll fi, l.
Xl,XlilUN lflilli No. I0
l11 llf'l' l-Ulll' yf'ilI'S In-rv. xlilfitlll l111s
l11'1-01111- wvll likwl l1otl1 ill illlil out
uf lIf'l' vlaiwew.
l.ilr1'111'v li0IlIll'il 2. 3, l.
1fl111rle-Q puts ll Int uf vflinrt ln-l1i111l
tl11- work lu- mluvs.
.l l.."lNNl'. l' .vklhl-.1 55. l'. l'.
",l!'illllll!'-- is goim: now, 11111l wc- 1111-
11f1'11i1l lllill lC.F..-X. will miss lN'l'
Yullvylmll l. 2: S4H'l'1'l' l, 2: Ilan:-A
l111ll l. 2: llzwlu-!l111ll lg Vimln-x -1.
FI,URHN4Il-I Fl'IS'l'ML 12. Nl. IJ.
l7i1l you 1-wr sm- Fl0I'1'lll'1' witlmul il
smilv 1111 hc-1' l'11f'1'1' Sha- l111s ll 1'll4't'l'y
Sllllll' for e'1'1'ry011f'.
ll11slu'll111ll l. 22. 3, 1: Sllf'I'f'l' li Yol-
1. 1. 1. 1.
I lbli Sllllll 55. l'. l'.
S 1' is ' qui 1iw. l1 t slim- lllli il
my ul t hi-
lgllhli alll l -.
"5l1'Xif'u ll Slllljlltll 1111cl s11:11'1' glvnllv-
IllQ'll. with ll polislu-xl lllilIlll1'l'.
.lxk .., A ,
Al.Ilil'i Fl,l'i'l'iilll'iR No. 4
'lihrve words de-sr'rilw Alirv. modest,
simple and swvrt.
MARY AGNES FLYNN
A true friend, and a hard worker.
Agora ZZ, 3, 41 Hi-Y ZZ, 3, 4: Yindex
3, 43 lil:-e Cluh 2, 3.
C.-X'l'lll'ililNl'I FOW IR
Ba ' '
l r po at 10 genre and
' yn h , will, de
and ahili y W0
. Q . ,
llvr modest manner and graceful
air show hor as good as shi- is fair.
lli-Y 3, 4.
KA'l'llYliN Flil'ilIMAN SS. P. P.
'l'o his doom 510034 old man gloom,
whvn Katie- conios along.
AMY JANE FIilVl'lIllY
AIIIYQS disposition is as ch:-ery as a
lenkcttlv, 1t's no wonder we are all
sta-anwd up ahout her.
Hi-Y 3, 4: Stylus 2, 3, -l.
- - -,-
Thomas K. Beecher
Loving, full of fun, on deck 'till the
f-nd. In shadow, nr sun she is a fine
Volleyball 1, 2: Basketball I, 2: HL
Y 2, 3.
RUBICRT CARRISUN Hendy Ave.
His ear to Par grin can chase away
the worse attavk of hlues. KNO?
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
NORlll'iK'l' GEHRIC No. 11
"Norh" simply gets across with a
potvntial something culled personal-
Howling 2, 3.
ANNA CELOSA St. Anthony
Hero are found ability, pep, origin-
ality and winsoinenvss-an unusual
Yolleyhall 1, 123 Basketball 2, 3:
Ping: Pong l: Sorver 1.
e's everyhod al but oi 136171, i
gall A !lf ,,
na.k,-kffi 1, 2: 011.-yi.j1yQ,C,
X . ffl-
Ruth just smiles and struggles
through. "Don't talk" is hor polivy,
".l us! do."
XIARN Rl"'l'll Gll.l. Rive-1-he-1nl.l,.l.
"Guppy" has il laugh thut's von'
tugions. vsit that is nniqnv. unwl at
llt'1ll'l that is guy.
tllpg- lflnli 1: lxlIlHlllll'l'S 2: Agora 2.
3, 4 tl'r4'si4l1'nt -ll: Yive l'r:'si4lc'iil
.lunior Class: lli-Y 2, 4: Yinalc-'x 2.
3. 4 45porls'l'I:litor 3, 41: ll. A. A.
2: T0l'l'l1 l,it1-mry Stull: SllHlf'lll
llli'I"I'lC tllI.l,li'l"I'l'I No. 2
XXIN-n pe-rsonulity :tml vzipolmility
nwvt with popularity you lion' llvttv.
Agora 2. 3. 'li 2. fl. 4.
Nl,-UU 1llN:Xlllll No.5
"Ill:-st with that r'horin. the- ability
to plc'zisr'." Mary is one of thosn' alll
Stuele-nt llounvil 2: lli-Y 2: ltnlian
llluli Il. 4: llaxslwtlialll 2. 3, 4: 5oc't'e'r
2: Yollvyhull l, 2: Solihull l.
ll ' I .Ol 'l Y-I .
. ,. K '. . '
..,!'Jw it , f.
51' x 5- - . ' -
Bl:1T'l'Fl'tLI.1'1LIlx"I.Eli h . N... n
Blu- has Jie-ld flown nmny at hurnl joh.
:Inq ixis slnwcvmlml in runny il hairml
Amit. ' ,
nm' 4l Q
5' ' '. s
M.-X RCD-Xlllfl' tlRllll3lfN SS. l'. l'.
ll:-gfs nnprvtvntions. :intl vxtre-nu-ly
.IUIIN CRIDLY No. ll
"Grid," the hoy from No. ll, is ul-
wuys rvzuly for good tiinvs. tl'.S.l
He has them too.
lli-Y 2. 3: Foruni 1. 2: Masque-rs 2.
. Q ,, . in
IIAINI-IS GRIDLY No.11
llis lnroznl knowlvclgv, lmth svllolzistif'
:intl worlmlly nmkvs lluine-s on assi-t
to the 'Xr':ulf'liiy.
film' lillllw l. 2, 3, Al-: fll'l'llt'SlI'll l.
2. 3, Al: l'rvsi1lf'nt FN'!4hllHllI Class:
Sturlvnt lfounril fl, Yinmlvx Il.
Smiling. joking. :tml sa-liolusticully
tl. A. .-X. 2: Ili-Y 2: llalskrtlmll 2.
IS: Yollf-ylmull l. 2: Soltlizlll 2.
CARI. tlllfltlll llvntly Aw.
Curl is nnr- of tht- lortnnute' intlixicl-
nails with an wonrlrfnl flisposition. Wt'
haw yvt to sw- him rvnlly :intl truly
5Ul'llll'l tll'l3l,0 Fit. llllSllllll'-5
llc-ur ll giggle? That zumonnve's
Sophit-'s merry xnunnrr.
l.I 'CIA lLIT'l'HRll'1 St. l'utrir'k's
SllLll'iPSIlf'iH't' onrv satitl, "A soft voim'
in woinvn is at womle'rl'nl thing" :intl
Ili-Y 3. 4.
CH.-XRl.l'IS Il.-1.P'l.li'I"I' No. 8
flhurlvs is one- of "40's" A No. l nwm-
lwrs, he posse-ssvs hnth looks unml
Q .1 f' 1
mn A - .
MAURl'l'A HAYES St. l'atrivk's
A pleasing friend. a vharmiug girl,
it pc-rl.:-r't pal. A
Vindex 2, 3, 4: llj " '. V
I- .... -'L' X pin
5 ' ,Anti-i , L
w'l1"' r i'Jl4l'W"'
-yfv I ,.,..J"'
' I 1 3 K
-, . 9' , .
:K siuilr- for vwry one a crack at
any OIR?---fSlll'll is the philosophy of
this genial athlete, Muscles is one of
the "peppivst" at the svhool.
Iutcrrlass Basketball Varsity 3, 4:
Studvnt liounvil 3.
ANNA SlllRl.l-iY lllililll.-KN
Shirley has a heart of gold and a
most pleasing manner.
Ili-Y '7 'l l
Ill'l'l"l'Y lllLBOl.'l' No.1
If Betty nlzlkes a promise, or u date.
she keeps it. You van always depend
MARY HOOD Ht-udy Aw.
Although Mary is quiet and reserved,
her amazing lurilliunve speaks the
trnlh aliout her real personality.
Ili-Y 2, 3, il.
KAY'I'llliYN llUliSl'i llorsvlleads
ller quiet, diligent, ronsrientious
nature fits her for any type of w '.
'b""3"" ty' Q31
liEl.l-IN NORTON Penna. Ave.
Hero is friendly, irresistible Helen.
She has made many friends during
ln-r sojourn here, and her winning
ways will find her many more.
Hi-Y 2: G. A. A. l.
,Ill-XN HOVER George Vl'ashington
Always ready to help a friend, and
always looking for the lmright side
lli-Y 2. 3, -l: Masquers 2, 3, -l.
To study hard is my rule,
But I have fun when out of svhool.
Agora 2: Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Mas-
quers ZZ. 3, 4: Clee lilulx 2, 3, 4:
Student Council 4: Vindex 2, 3, 4
ll'iditor in iil1iPl- -U.
l-IIWVARIJ llllGlll'iS St. l'atrick's
"Eddie" is rather lmsliful with the
girls, hut all his uc'quaintanves know
him to he a good fellow.
l1lil.l-IN HUNT G. M. D.
Wheel lt's Friday again.
WIl.l.l.-Khl VunlVlA'l'l'ili l5ZAlilJ
G. M. ll.
Did you say credits? HES just oozing
with them. 16 is the numlier needed,
so he ups and gets 20.
Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orolwstra l, 2: lli-
Y 2. 3: Student Council 3.
M A Rl 1 A HIST J A BLONSKY
St. Lil?-lIlIl'I' s
Sllf' nmlu-s thc' most of ull that f-ume
mul tha- lf'il!il ol' all than gm-s.
hl:Xllll'i .IANOWSKI ll:-4-1-In-1
llc-r lllll'illliX1'llf'FS :mil wittinvss mark:
he-r llfllllllill' with ull who know In-r
.MQNICS ,IUHNSUN St. lfe-4'iliz1's
.'X,LZlll'S has allways haul for hvr motto
2-5l'l'Ylf'1' lll'li0l't' Svllhn
RICHARIY JOHNSON No.2
i'llllllIlS0llll' is as hunmlsomr- flovsu
:mil "lTi1'lx" is llt'l'f' to prow' it.
Footlmll l, 2: llll4'l'lHl5kf'llYilll l.
llfwl is om' of those' hoys lu svhool
who has rr-ul ith-uls annul trim-s to lin-
up to thvm.
litllllilfl' .IIEIJD No. ll
llf- surprisvs us vwry mlaly with ull
his lIltlll1'Il tnle-nts.
l:ll'l'llt'Sll'll l. 2, 3: Forum 2.
.ww - .
953' .L 2
Jli.-KN K.'Xlll.l'IY ll. Nl. ll.
She-'s an worlu-r through mul through.
'Nluyhf' thufs why she- gots those- high
Nlusquvrs 2. 3. l: Ili-Y 2. 3. -l.
-XNNAX K.'KKRl'l'f Stlfm-ili:l's
JXIIIHIAS vlmrni is :ulw-l'tisc'al hy hvr
l.ihrury lfounvil 2. fl, Al: Slllllf'lll
tioriiwil 3. -L
f,f,1 ..' 1
1' r1,om1Nr:r: Kiwi-:T ss. P. in
l'il'lf'f"l'lill,1- nf mornfshc wake-s from
'Shhrt rfpnsc, D 5
Q lgffaihfxs thr- ke-cn :mir nnrl mrols as
' she goals. 5
illzlske-tball 'lt .lli-Y 2. 3. 4: Sllllll'lll
. rllnilnpil' -1. , A
lhomns lx. lla-1-vln-r
lin you know thx' somvwhul rm-tiring
girl with an llI4llYlllllill vllllvklm-
whivh turns mwirly vw-ry situation
into sonic-thing: funny? W4-IL lhutis
.Xggoru 2. 3: lli-Y 2. Il. -l: NlllSllllf'l'S
2: Yimlc-x 2. 3. 1: ll. A. .-K. 2: Hus-
lwthull 2. 3. 4.
lloys ling. I
PM Ml 2 N
l lm 0 4 nf.
I 'vu Wllt'll frivn slualir.
' f I. -1. Z " Z
.UNI 'X Klfl'1Nl'lY No. ll
Jxllllllii shining lilaivk lbilll' is ilu-1-my
ol all hm-r f'lilS5lIlllll"S.
Ulm- llluh 1, 2, 3, 41: Nlusquc-rs 4:
G. .-X. .-X. 2. 3. 4: liuskt-tlnull I. 2. fl,
,. , .Mlm L .
S ,1 'wwwc f .W
WAYNE KHKIK Southside lligli
'l'o Wiiyiie-. school is just ai passing:
lntc-r Softball l. 2, 3: Inter Footlnill
l. 12, 3: Inter linsehnll l. 2. 3: Sm--
JUAN Kl4II.l,Y No.2
.l0llll-S ztltruc'lion lies in her mlnrk.
lli-Y 2, 3, -l: Agora 2: 'l'orrli l.itc-r-
l'AUl.A Kl'INlMl.I, No.8
Full ol' pep and full of fun,
Shi' sets the styles or eveiyolle.
'llll0lllil5 K. llt'Q"i'llt'l'
"Bolt" is nnolher one of those per-
sons who possess that rare trnit-
Stylus 3, 4.
.lANl'f'Kll'illl. College llill Private
,lnne iloc-s everytlling W'lI0lt'-llCllI'l61l-
ly nnil has proven herself u true
Give illnlx l, 2, 4: Library llounril
'P 'K 1- lliY 'V 'l
Bl'1'l"I'Y KIHS No. 8
llerv is n jolly. sincere, nnml worth-
Scum-i' l: Glu- Club l, 2, 3.
MARY liI.lZAlll':Tl'l KINNER
ller disposition is us gooml as golil
und us Wilflll as its possessofs Crown
of gleaming hair.
Student liounffil 1, 3: Stylus 3: Hi-
lf vurim-ty is the spin- of life, here
is u plentiful of seasoning.
Agora 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4.
'l'l10mzis K. lll't'f'llf'l'
"Walt" is n very quiet unil vulin
Vllilll who lny his sinrerity has an--
qnirml u host of friends.
llonrtf-ons to all, Intimate to few.
LITIIY KUMASA St.Cz1siinir's
A quiet :incl lovnlnlv miss is she.
Who ever suiml "rc-il hnir ucminpainies
at tirery nature?"
lli-Y 2, 3, 4: Cinema Clnlv 3: Font-
liull 2, 3, 4: 'l'rur'k 2, 3.
- , -wg, W. zzz, 'rv W '
Wll.l,lS IAIKRMEEI-I ll, Nl. D.
llv ue-wr stops grilmiuu. null what an
fl I.l'I N RK 0.10
I" :uwe-s ' at mul stl t. Shr-
i- unws 11- I se ' 11. ual wht-u
to lu- ufrrv.
.lUllN SH .LDUN LEWIS
"'l'nrr'h" is nut- of those huppy-gn-
luvky ft-llows with il Sllllll' fur c-w-ry-
D llzlll. 1. il 3. 4: VI -X 3.
n, mtg, ,
lui ec 1
u rt: ll tu
nrt 4 Sh s
RUY l,l'illZ.-'K l:1'0l'fll' VrlilSl1lIlgll0ll
llriiu zuul nle-tc-rmim-tl. he-'s surf- ul'
Yimle-x 3 Ufirc-ulutinu x1ilIlLl,E1l'I'lI
Forum 3, -1: Studi-ut Council 4:
l'hnt0g:ruphy 3 fVi1-P Pl'f'?-iltlt'llll.
one-. llis 1-vc-r rc-ufly wlt hus maule-
him om- of the- most pnpulur fellows.
NILISIIIIPIAS 2. 3: 'l'rr-zisure-r uf Sopho-
nmrv lllaiss: 'l'rui'k 3 -1: l"outhalll.
varsity 2. 3. 4: lli-Y 2, 3: llnske-tlmll
Sports is he-r tlish :intl shi- just f-:its
S04-vi-r l. 2: Ynllf-yhull l. 2 3. -l:
llzislu-tlmll l, 2, 3. 4: iflu-e-rl:-umle-r
9 ' ' r-ufly Au-.
lr: 0 l. goml
.lm lu . I ILP. tl. NLD.
' ir, P " zu-tiuu. shunu-s thc-
'i 1- .4 ' 4 - : 1-rs into uvtinu
hy se-ttiug the paws- he-rs:-lf.
.-X. 2: -X 0l"l 1. 3, 4: Muszpu-rs 2. 3.
4: Stylus: Sm-ve-r I. 2: Stuele-ut
I ill h f-zy hloml. If-:uls th vhs rs
at fl le mls 0 mt'll. 1 3 '
ll te-r ss F 0 - . utc-rf' iss Bus-
. . : Biolp 'y llluh 2: Stauup
Lluh 2 3: lite- 'll lDilll 2:
' St out
,, , , , , A Footlmll Z.: Q I wil 2. 3:
ANSUN llwls Pl mm' Avi liuele-X 2. 3. -1: iflir-e-rl:-zulu-r 4.
A most unique- umuhiuutiuu ol
9 st-Imlustiv uhility and frie-mllium-ss.
Hi-Y 2. 3. -..-
IRHN l.lf'l'UNl5Kl Sl.CllSlIlIllI.9
SA You wun't ue-ml ue-ecllf: :uul Ihr:-:ul
our to he-cp you in stile-lies whr-n lrcu's
ilfllllllil. 'lille "lmwlc'rs" ph-uty 0. k.
ufxluil. LEWIS cz. u. lm. 'l"""i"K 3- 1-
.-Xuy mluy you vnu liual Nlulwl iu lhv
lihrury, liufling hunks. or putting
the-tu in nrtlf-r. She- is xx willing: zxurl
l,ihrau'y 1.nuuc'll 3, 4.
lm , '1'U4ylwllfl cz. M.
INIAIIGAIIIYI' LYNCH 5.5. II. l'.
For her, ll guy time
No work, Init phtytiine.
MAIIILYN I,YNlIII St.tfet-ilia's
Ill-re is No. I ni' these merry maui
mips, the I.yn4'h twins. 'I'hey sure
ein keep ns guessing.
MARY VIRGINIA LYNCI-
IIIIS IS No. 2-- -A happier, IIIISCIIIFY'
uns pun Ims nnt .un tht in.uIz if
I'.I'A in ti Iung, Iung tinie.
IiIIt'l'l'It'LltIOI' 3, 4.
Liu-1-1-le uier I I
IIOBIQIYI' LYNCH S.S.I'.1'.
I.ikt-ulilv und youthful upstart.
mind, at friendly heart
KATIIIIYN MAC NANIARA
A Iumiy is Kutllryn. t'IIlll'lItIltg.'I :ind as ti
A smile Iike In-r's is Imrmi to In-ut.
Agora 2 3, 4: Iii-Y 3, 4: Student V.,
Lunneii ti. is I
Arnnnniu ser-nts tn excel in every-
Iv- turns il hanni tu.
fiililflllillg, hhnni, petite
IITLIVIUIIS, f'0I'liI1lI. lllIlI sweet.
A Imig nnise from ai IittI1' girl with
t pretty, laughing fuee. Keen wit
effe-rvet-es from at Irrilliunt niinci. and
pwsmiatiity sparkles :1II ill'0llIllI her.
IIi-Y 2, 3, 4: Student IIOIIIIFII 2. 3,
-1- lSec'ret:n'y Vive President -II:
Toreh Literary Stuff: Seeretury uf
.'llIlIl0Illlll'l', .Innior unci Senior lfhtss. '
KIIARICNIIIC MtItfI.AIN No.9
Ilalrefree, sporty, Iikes ciieekeci I
juekets, erew ents und no hooks.
, I-'omlmll 2: Bzlsketlmll. 2: Interelns.
Iiusketlmil 2, 3, 4: teiffinss SOPPPI'
2, ss. 4: In Aw- .,..1l,t.1l3'pn
Truek 2. 0 '
MII. 1 ' ' izgperc 'mfs cu
A gri ing,QXeuIJ .
"Mick " . mfr nz u to 'h-
'n in foo nluny u Ir
in l's 'e . . w' all this
nt the fum Hit we ' .' 82,4
t with 's inning u so ming Ile
' wed .
esistb Sdmorc unior
's. : F ' .., , U faiih
4i: ' I , ' ' awk '
lOl wyi. 1
The no ' mn g their urs
Q when tarts to pru 'ee
his Ilnt , but pr. 'tit-, ' -e, .9
as shown in his Conn ami s ite
uwurels. . G
Ilannl I, 2, 3, -I: tJI'f'IIt'Sll'lI 2, 3, 4:
lIi-Y 2, 3.
s' -ss in. nnfuiiing Irivnmi. Ile-
x nt y both is john.
. V g I I
Q ' - Bn ine ml
. ii I U I
W Q -tiimgxg I
ll0l'lll.AS Nllf lN'l'Ylilf
Wh:-n "Dong" vonws around, youirc
always sure' of a "rip roarinn' good
i.llt'l'Tlf'illllllfI 2, 3.
JEAN Nil. Sl'ARllON St. l'utric-k's
.Ivan tlotvs on bigger and lvrightvr
ling:-rnails. Slnfs up to the' xninutt'
121,-,L tjlul, 12, 33 llim-ina tilulv 3, 4.
l'.-Klll. lNll'illl0N'l'l'l St. Antl1ony's
Quiet. wvll tlrvsst-d. l'l'S1'l'Yl'll. llillll
is rathf-r hard to got arquaintvd witll.
lnnt wvll worth the- troulmlv.
l'A'l'llllilA lNlll'iliS llvndy AYO.
This lady has a IIIUSI rr'sm'rx':'4l ox-
llisguising a vordial warln intvrior.
Glu- tllnlr 2, 3, 43 lli-Y 2.
MARY llAlt'l'l.l'1'l"l' TNlll.l.lCli
Nlary is pc-rsistf-nt: no task c-an form-
llvr sunny snnilu and disposition.
vhase- away a frown.
lli-Y 2.3,-1 ll'n-side-nt ill: G. A. A.
l. 2: Agora 2. 3, 4: Mnsqnvrs 2. 3.
4: Sovve-r l: llaslwtlrall 2.
RUSH Al.l1fl'l Nlll.l.l'lli
Illlllblllllti K. llf-1-f'ln-I'
llosf- is a truo frivnd wln-nvvvr
yon'rv in nvvd. Wlwn troulvlt- vonn-s
sln' lnrings first aid with ple-nty of
I s, l
X -.1 fN
lll'Il.lIN HILLS tl. Nl. D.
If you know "Nlilli1'." you know a
truv. solivitous frivnd who always
he-lps to iron out your lroulvlvs. Shcfs
tops, that's all llwre- is to it.
Agora 2, 3. '11 Ili-Y IZ, 3. -l: Alas,
quvrs 2, 3. -1: Studvnt flounvil 3:
Stwvvt' l: U. A. A. l: 'llorvh llusi-
Ill-IAN NIU.-KK No. ll
"l'e-f-pl l's-Ppl llc-lloli' Y:-p tlwrt' govs
llc-un driving his trnvk nivrrily land
noisilyl down tht- strc-vt.
l'lC'l'liR NIURRUW S. S. l'. l'.
Plunkl 'l'lw hall goes through tln-
lmslwt and tlwy chalk anothvr svorv
up or "l'e-tv." lla-'s a ge-nins. not only
on the- court. hut on the- stage' as
Football -1-3 lluslwtlrall 3. -1-1 'l'rat'lx
3, -I: Softliall l, 2, 3.
.IANIC XIOKSS ll. Nl. ll.
Swishhhl 'l'ln're- gon-s .Ianv gvtting
more ads for the "'l'or1'h." She' m'v1'r
tirvs of working-for proof rvlvr to
the' last pagrs in thc- hook.
Ili-Y 12. 3, -1 tSf't'rvtary 4-lg Agora
2. 3: lv. A. A. l. 12, 3: Sovvvr l. 2:
Yollvylvall 1 2: llaslu-tlnall 2, Il:
llasvlvall 2: llo-llnsinvss Nlanagrr of
1ZONS'l'ANtIl-I NIARTUN No. ll
tlln-e-rful, ltinrlllearh-d and sinvc-rv.
lfonniv is il "pt-at-ln" of a lrivnd to
lli-Y 2: Alasquvrs 2. Il: Stylus 2,
3 Hit? l're'sidt'nt 33: fllllvllltl lllulr
l"R'KN4QlS 'Nll4fIlIlllR0SS0 No.2
nFl'lllllli1'u is lllllSlt'1llly int'line'd, and
his llllllllllllll to lwmuno a lmand lvad-
or will make Ch-nn Nlillvr sit up
and take- notivv.
Italian fllnlr l, 2.
ln life shi- finds u lot of fun.
If there is work she gots it done.
ltalian lflub I, 2, 3, 4 fllrvsidont 4,
Serrvtary I-ll: lli-Y 4: Softball l, 2,
3: Torch Literary Staff.
lNlARtlAlll'l'l' MURRAY No.5
"Peg" is so very small, and obl so
Ili-Y 2, 3g Masqui-rs 2, 3.
LOUIS MllS'l'lll0 St. Antliony's
Louise- lwvt-r fails to sinilr, and ne-ver
fails, above- all, to have a perfect
ltalian Club l, 2: Vind:-x 4.
KMILIANO NISCO St. Antliony's
ll "silmu'e- is golden," he is a second
ltalian l, 2.
1 ' . ' I 'itll'
, ' H" l H i : .
I 5 5
. y A I -
, 4 ,
.lUSl'il'll NQLAN St. llatriclfs
If life- is'a racv, Joris goofl nature
will Find him' fpre-most' in the field.
Footlmall 33 Int:-rvlass as'c't fl 3.
MARY IRENE OTIONNOR
St. Patrick s
Nm-ve'r idle a minute, slie's always on
G. A. A. l.
JAMES UHARA St.Patrir'k's
Lover of sports and love of journal-
ism aro sure to make Jim, a fine
Vindvx 2, 3, 4 lSports liditor 43g
Torrh Literary Stall.
.ll'DY O'l"l' C. M. D.
Along: with having a pleasing per-
F0lH1liiY. .ludy is talented both as an
artist and inusioian.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Stylus 3. 43 Masquers
2, 3, 45 Soccer 2: Glu- Club 49
ill0l't'll Art Staff.
JOSEPH URLOWSKY St.Cef'ilia's
H6 is ,lovial
It is Obvious that
lle is Educated.
5255! -,.- , gg
Nvver sz lever contrary
Always swf-vt, thafs liosolnary.
Cin:-ina Club 3, 4.
VARY lCI.lZABl'1'l'H PATYKULA
G. M. D.
Could one ask for more than to be
As admirable and lovable as she.
SARA Llili PAXSON No.ll
Full of pop, vim, vigor, vitality
desrriln-s our active Flea.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Stylus 3, 4: Masquers
2. 3. -lg G. A. A. 2, 33 Soorer 2:
Torvli Business Stall.
JOHN Pl-IRR 'V ' No. 11
l.if1- is serious "t inf-. hut nolnody
se-Q-ms to realize it.
lln-X 2, 3, 4.
l'll.0l5l'l l'l'i'l'0SKl Sl.1iilSllllll s
Quivl and svdzltv, we find he-r C'lllll'II1
NANCY l'l'l'l'SKlC Hr-1ulyAw.
l'luppy-go-lur'ky Nancy is tln' onP
who promote-s the fun.
DORIS l'lKIKl'Il. llendy Ave.
lt is since-rity which plurrs the
vrown upon our lives.
lli-Y 2, 3, 4: Cilwilia Cluln 3.
.IOSICPH l'0RlIliI.l.0 No. 2
Soinvlhing attempted, SOIllPtl'llllg
done-. lle's earned our class respect.
Stamp Cluh 3: Vindvx 3, 4 lnuikv-
up editor 41 : Forum 4.
.lANlCl'I llRlCSlllill ' Owego
Full of f'ne'rgy and fun
She-'s nivf' to lluvr' urmnul.
NllfIHAlCl. PRUKO No.1
llc-'s reurly without c'oinlnund.
'l'o la-nd ai helping lmnd.
Footlmll 3: llaskvtlnill 3.
l.l'i0 l'A'l'SZlCK St. fiilSllllI'.S
This nnin who uppe-urs vonte-nt, hus
more power tluin u king.
l'i5'l'lllCll KANIIHII. No.5
lfsthvr will llQ'Yf'I' lug lwhind
With suvh an vlevrr. lmrilliunt mind.
Hi-Y 2. 3. 4.
lll.lZABl-i'l'll li.-X'l'lllll'l4fJ L '
V St. l'utrick's
We just r'un't lwgin to tell just how
swvvt she really is.
I N .
. , f ,I f 1.
V s , V
X ' ,JJ if' , Y , f
s.-ff i f
HEN-RY migizgtnlsf , 211. M.n.
llc-neath his r K ll C0lllltt'IllllN'Q'
lies seriousness profrluml.
lore-h Literary Stall: Vindex 3. -lg
lla-Y 2. 3.
Cl'IOlllll'f RPIUNING No. ll
llere is the walking history book.
He knows his H. A. ll. C. liuvkwurds
HICNITERSON RIGGS No. 2
Personality plus that indiseribable
something--that's why "Henny" gets
Treasurer Junior Class: Vindex 1, 2,
3, 4: Student Couneil 2, 3, 4 l'l'reas-
urer 3, President 41: Cinema Club
3, 4 ll'resident 31: Forum 2, 3, 43
lli-Y 2, 3, 45 Truck 1, 2.
ANNE ROIlER'l'S G. M. D.
Gentle retieent, yet sincere und
1,015 JEAN ROGERS No. 11
Luughzlble, lovable, kind and true.
'l'hnt's our "l.oie" all the way
Student Council 1, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4
Q'l'rr-usurer 31: Agora 3, 4 U'iCe
President ill: Vindex 4.
'llhonuts K. Beecher
When it's fun you're after, il's "Gus"
lntereluss Football 1, 25 Interclass
Basketball 3, 4.
ll0lll'lR'l' RHODIC G. lN1. 11.
"llob's" sim-ess will know no ends,
lf it is meusured by his friends.
l'hotog:,ruphy Club 3: Student Coun-
LEON ROlJl'1l,l'iWSKl St.Casniii s
Leon is "Here" as well as "There"
when it comes to uthleties. EFA
will eerluinly miss him when its foot-
Vursity Football 2. 3, Ml-: Varsity
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
GA ANA A. ROQSI
"Ki" is a darn good sport, and one
of the friendliest of friends.
CARTANA E. ROSSI No. 5
Dark eyes, dark hair and u sterling
crharaeter make this "senorita" well
Italian Club 3, 4 ISeeretary-'l'reas-
' V Hendy Ave.
With the knowledge and skill that
' she possesses, 1 ,f
We prophesy for her manly succcsses.
Masquersl 2, 3g C. A..A. 113 Torch
Literary Stall. .
GRACE ROWLY No. 11
Crave is talented along the "art
line." i'l'l1ese little division page
pictures were made by her.l
'l'orc'h Art Staff.
Thomas K. Beecher
Viraeious and charming to say the
Hi-Y 2, 3.
ARTHIYR RUTAN No. 11
llnexeelled in keeping the teachers
in exasperation, and the class in
stitches. llis likeable personality
makes him popular with a wide cir-
cle of friends.
Forum 2, 3 CTreasurer ll Hi-Y
2, 3: Band 2, 3, 43 Torch Business
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F ii lm-s f- ilull whrn liitzfs
A n io ioifx inntvs ure' :if-wi'
FRANK Sill.-X No. Z2
A jolly goml le-llow who is rlvpvnml-
uhh- and hard working.
Haunl l, 2. 3. 4.
Fl!-XNKLIN SANITICRS No. ll
llc-'s ruthvr rc-sc'i'w4l in his Ill1llll1f'l'S,
lint his il fri:-nil. nn active- ons- onm
yon gr! to know him.
Kim-nm Clnh 3.
ixintlrxiil. sAN'roNit Si. xmlm..,f, 3 'fa
Nm:-r ai nic-lunf'holy lnonwnt.
Nrwr u nivlonvholy worrl.
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An a1lti'1u'tlw' snnlv
Anil plvnly of style:
llilvrrlaiss l"ootlmll 1, 2 3.
VARY lll'il.HN SAYIES
"Sailboat" has an pe-rp:-tlml nioocl.
Ilmts to he- liuppy nnfl aww-r ai
lll-X 2, 3, -1 lxivr' ll'f'5lllf'lll -ll:
Sluflf-nt Council 3: Vinrlc-x 3. 4:
Torvh Business Stull.
Tllolnzls K. BQ'l'l'llFl'
Quiet aunl shy. lm! he gzvts illikllllll.
l lll'1'l"l'Y S1fHW.'XR'l'Z ll. Nl. D
llvtty fulfills the- saying, Nfl001lllllllgZS
vonw in small pzi1'kz1gc's."
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, n vx r nely lik:-il pvrson, ,lov
8 sl Cer i U nivri the Illf'l'l1'illl lm,
L Axgnlilsi "0ntst ii .Pnior Hoy"
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Q .-KR'I'lll'K Sli-XRl,l'I
'lllIUlllllS K. ll4't'l'lN'l'
llc' was six foot o' nmn A-l,
ill:-ur grit and hnmain nutnre-.
1fllAlil,lfS Sfllflji V' Nu. 5
"fQhnr'k" will always ln' I't'lIll'llllN'l'f'1l
for his alry wit mul hnnior, an popular
and swvll fellow. -
Forum Al 'S' Hi-Y 5 4' Yiinlvx l, 2,
.iz ,L siziimfins , No.5
r Ixillllf! Sllihl. hvr to 8 'Ulf' Slwis
su h uhh- most hl'Pl'l0lIS jvwvl.
vi X' I
btlix 'V -
Stntvly :ind ggrnviniis, the' pnifr- ol' ai
FRI-Ill SllAl'l'il'i Nu ll
llvrifs "Fritz" with his lrivmlly
SIltilt'. sunny disposition und grind
Thonms K. Rervlien'
A pli-usingr, ireiitle-xmin with ani var
lor iwvvs und nn rye lor the girls.
llite-rvliiss Soltlmll 35 Softluill 3:
'l'rau'k. , I
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MARION SHARP Nu. ZZ
A qnict, nnzissnining pe-rsnn who wv
ull am- glad to know.
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.IRAN SIIHARHR St. l'utrivk's
Shi' walks along sedutvly und liiukes
friends :along tlw wuy.
Agora 2 3: lli-Y 2, 3, 43 Student
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MARY SIHCPARI K S Putiigra
Ili-Y 3, 4: Student flonnvil 4.
nys va confident, and vlirerfnl.
tII,.'tYI'0N Sll0l'IlN1AKl'IR No. ll
Tull. lilnnd. lion .lnun, whrfll sown
lu' in thv Navy with ii girl friend in
lfn-Iliisiiirss Mazinger uf "'l'orcli":
lli-Y I. 21 llnolistorr' 3, 4.
AMOS SMITH C. M. ll.
Good fri:-nd! 1
llnml dainr'c-rl If
,lczlm :iz SI'Al,l,0Nli No.2 "
Smiling and hulppy ithviliw long dziy.
She- ll0t'fiX her wdrk, lint pre-lvrs to
italian Clnh 2, 3, 4.
N IVIAN Sl'ElHll'X,IK
When it mines to lic-ing an zithlctv.
W1-'re afraid she- vzinft he in-ut.
Basketball l, 2. 3, 43 Tennis 2, 33
Bowling 23 tl. A. A. 4.
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Ml'Ili'l'll'1 'l'lClNll'lAli No. 5
'l'rni' frie-nils airv worth their we-iglit
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M. A. A. .., J, Al. . tylus -1. ll!-X 4.
Uni' who vain allways se-Q' lln- sunny
siili' ol' things is llllllllll to get along
Ulm- lllnll -13 Ul'pln'ns -l lS1'l'l'Q'lLll'y'
5'llllAll'l' 'l'l-IWll.l.llll-IR ll. Nl. ll.
Nm-wr, ll bore!
.Nlwalys il riot.
ll' you knvw hinl
You vonlilnit Llvny it.
nn' 2, 3.
Mulli 'l'llAYl'1ll No. Ill
Little- tho' slim- nluy bc.
Klan' gut lll1'l'f', ns yon 4 in Lv:
TNI.-XIlll.'Xlil'I'l' 'l'Il.-KYICR No.3
liusy on the- e-yi-, soothing to the
lll"I'lI 'l'll.-XYICII No. l
"'Nlo:le-st" is the- woril lor llntli.
lllll'I'l'iIlll-IN 'VONIPSON G. ill. ll.
An uttruviiw sophistivzlto who lu--
livws 'Wurirty is the' spice of lili-."
lvlilSllllK'l'S 2, 3. 4: Ili-Y 2, 3, 41 ll.
A. A. l. 2: AQIUHI 3, fl: S0l'K'l'l' l:
SA Nllilil. 'l'llll"0SA ll. M. ll.
nflilllllllyu is om' of lhosv lvllows who
vomos to sc-hool lor mln1':ition lnot
.-U-Q-.lm-iiiifmi :nnl who stivks to his
.lUSKl'lllNl'1 TRUQ fl Ilfl
lly the gontle look in her c-ye
We r-un toll that she is shy.
Klfllll 'l'l7RNl'IR No.2
lt is Ll wisa- pvrson who shows oll
his knowlwlgc' only to hinisi-ll.
TNI A Il Y lil .IZA lll'I'I'll Ynnljfl M PEN
G. M. ID.
llc-r olrjevt-to lm u scout lmnln-r,
:mil vvrtuinly with her nmny virtue-s,
she Villl not he-lp lmnt sllccved.
Ili-Y 3, -l: Agora 3, 'il-: llilHlitTlllllll l.
Nlll Ill.-llil. N ICRIMNIC
St f.0l'lll1l s
llappy-go-lilvky. llc- knows no ills.
lnlm-rf'luss lluslwtlvull l, ll.
lflllll. Ylllllil. No.2
"l'1mil" arrive-rl iu our mills! il hash-
ful. hlushing, svhoollroy with the
sole' ohjvvl to ki-vp 1'ure'lully hi4lrlvu
all his uuturul zlhilitics.
lulvrvluss llElSli1'lllllll l, 2: ,lily Vs
llzlskvtlmll 3: Varsity lluskvtlrull -li
Slllllvlll llouuvil l: "'l'Ul'f'llu l.iIm'rury
lll 'l'll Wlllllll No.5
Ile-r plvxisunl uumuvr iuulu-s hor out-
ftauuliug: zuuoug the- girls.
,MQNKS N 0Slll'lUl No.8
lla-r rye-s wore- nuulv lor lamglm-r.
:uul thvy Imam- cc-rluiuly flour' tlu'ir
KA'l'lllililNl'I WAUNICR G. Nl. ll.
'llisrllivl thou urt afoot.
So tulu' wllzllvwr' voursfv thou wilt.
Tlromus K. live-r'lu-r
vlllll' majority of mr-n uri- pm-rfcot.
Tukr- him for l'XllIllIllf'. 1
Sluelr-nt ffouuril 3.
.IUHN W.fXl,'l'l'1liS ll:-luly Aw.
WI' like' you lots for what you :mn
Wx- must aulmit--you urn- ulnow- pair.
lli,Y 2, Il, -lg Vimlvx -l: Stuclz-ut
FIJW.-klill Wl'1l,l,l'ill ll. Nl. ll.
ivvrynin- like-s lmsiuvss-lilu' "l'i1l."
Vimlf-'Q 2. 3. l: Forum 3. 4: Mus-
quers 1: Stuflvnt liouuril -l: Clw-
fill Xlll.l'1S WPilN5'l'l'1lN No. 8
l hzile- girls. 'l'hf'y irritate' mv.
llut. Uh, llow I lou' to lu' ll'l'llilll'll.
Stumlf-ut liouuvil 3.
Rl"l'lI W,-XINIOUK Allmuy
Cowl looks am- grvutly lo lw 4l1'sirc'1l.
but Ruth 4lof'su't flvpf-ml ou thvm
alour' In rlmrm us.
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," I. f"' ,l St. l'u Aivkk
fimill. hutiy iuy W
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, ' oil! illef hy 21 truiu of
ougzlitv uteri his ii .
te-rvl . l '7
Wlwrie-wr pretty llvlvu you sc-v.
lloyx uplvuty llwrv uri' llfbllllll to ln'
lli-Y 2. 3.
MASON WILKINSON No. 8
A great personality, a great voice, a
Inte'rt'luss llaslwtbull 3: Football 3:
Glu- Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Orplwus 2. 3.
lCVl'II.YN WI I.ISQ , '
Not very lxltfvtxieyiie stop!
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lVAl,'l'l'lll WIl.SllN No. I0
"l.vl'ty" knows how.
Without at doubt,
'l'o make it big
And spa-ll it ont.
lntervlass llusketball AI.
Ill-INRY WINKLIC No. 8
Ile is so darn modest that one would
nrwr suspvrt the power of his in-
Forum 2, 3, 4: Interclass Basketball
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vldilnl wAR1uL.r1v Q 'it No.2
llvr re-ady smile is a joy to behold.
lb-I 3, -I-.
VIIIIOIIILIS K. live-clwl'
Allan was at t'lu'mist: and still, he is
For ho knows IILZO is water, and wx
guess it really is,
Stylus ZZ, 3, 4 tTreusurer 21 : Forum
3, 4: Torch Literary Staff.
Tall, Silent, and a merry glanro.
That's chat-rful "Fd" at a dun:-v.
Football 3: Forum 3, 4: Intvrvlass
Softball l, 2, 3: Bowling 4.
llOBliR'l' YOU No. Z2
steam m ' r ' r 1 a control
1 un l It 1
' . . 1 'i 1 ' ' to For-
Elan .. 4: iation F 2: Stu-
dent iounvil , , 3: V X 2. 3, 4
u ' . ' V - . "ll Busi-
Q-. s Stull'
CIAIR Zl'Il'l' No. 2
Clair has proven himself a valuable-
sttnlvnt, a stoady worker, and a most
"SburP" and he's a "Ilatldie" with
the Irish oy:-s and wit.
Biology Club I: Forum sl.
ARTHU R LOCKE
A line, and friendly fellow, who wx
will all I'Pn1CfIllN'I'.
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I XP' r-'gf J f
Sww mt an plafaaa
RUTH MAO DONALD WALTER JONES
FRANCIS BURNS JOSEPH LESCYENSKI
ROBERT BUEssO WILLIAM Mc cE'rrR1c1c
LOBETTA COLLINS aEss sMrrH
PETER EWANYK JOHN SMITH
ERWIN FOSTER LELANO sM1TH
s K' LEON STEMMERMAN
EARL ARRIS WILLIAM STRICKLER
f ARTHUR SULLIVAN
My VM M49
Afblfvt. Adv 81044
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Q s..f.....z eww, 1940
5-Rest up Chillunsl ! Only 4 more days 'till we're
back to the ole' grind.
6-Football training starts. Dealers complaining
of slack in cigarette sales.
l1-Where is room 311 please? New rooms, new
clocks, new telephones, new teachers! Even
the seniors are lost.
18-"Tony,' and "Torch" star in car-stopping.
25-"Oscar, the dummy" aids Vindex sales.
26-First single-"Hardy Family" is crowded.
27-Second single-well! well!
28-What no single?
5-Spanish dancer wows Vindex buyers.
6--No school. Vote taken in favor of more teach-
7-First game. Team off to a good start. Elmira
26. Eastwood 6.
9-Oh! Oh! Caught napping-5 weeks tests.
12-Whoops! No school again! 'Ray for Co-
13-It's Friday-the-13th-watch those black cats
1-l-Elmira beats Auburn 7-0. Phew!! My heart's
17-Gleeps!! Report cards. Need more be said?
24-Seniors vote Joe Schwenkler, president. Nice
27--My Goodness!! Only 49 more shopping days
28-Elmira runs roughshod over Syracuse voca-
tional, 44-0. ,
31-Last single, "Them good ol' days are gone for
10-Carnival inaugerates new gym. "Torch'i and
'iBeth" reign for a night.
ll-U. E. bows to E. H. S. 18-7. "Micky" makes
12-"Buy a ticket to the senior musical?" Wow!
He bought one. 9
18-C. B. A. plowed 'er by home seam. 39-0.
20-Student Council plays host to vlsiting Council
21-Senior musical. Drummegaeats it out.
23-We eat Turkey. , O
25-Elmira 7-Ithaca Og VaT1.XlQnderg Oh me-
what a day! Q
28--Football practice s ops. '
29-Basketball practice starts. Q
30-Maine and Vermont eat Turkey.
9-School mourns passing of Miss Bircliard.
Snavely talks at Elks banquet.
12-Elmira wins first basketball game over
'gBingo" 44-22. '
15-Conquered! U. E. 34. E. H. S. 28.
18-Don't look now, but 5 weeks tests are here
22-Out for vacation. Students do early shopping,
27-Hey! !! Where's all my Christmas mpney?
.31-Mornin"19op! Happy New Year!! .
2-Oh' Is that my head or a balloon. Oh well
5-First game on home court. E. H. S. 31 fort
8-Blue Monday. Nothing done.
9-Eight periods and still nothing done.
10-This is getting monotonous.
-E. H S loses to Binghamton Central 32-31
-Midyears . .
-Regents week. Oh! That 1 had studied.
P.S. Elmira wins over Ithaca '32-50.
-Second term begins. Iszard changes schedule
-Faculty flounces on court and loses to Re
-Elmira 57 Corning 33.
-Ground Hog Day. He didnt come out too
cold. Elmira wins over Bingo North 36-34-
-Half of E. F. A. ake the P. M. off to see
c'Gone With the Wind."
-Other half of students see 6'Gone With the
-Team bows down-and how. U. E. 43, E. H
-Valentine's Day What a snow storm. We 0'
-No school. Too much snow.
16-Tch! teh! Binghamton Central 51, E. H. S. .
18-More snow. Another single.
27-Receive a proposal yet boys?
Vindex and Masquers give assembly.
1-Double feature-Brawl and basketball game
Ithaca team has police escort to bus.
4-Hear ye! Hear ye. Jan Savitt comes to town
5-'6Good morning" did you get your four hours
sleep last night?
7-Howard Horne wins oratorical contest.
8-Yearbook sales begin. Chem. students test
lung power in lab. 'Tm forever blowing
13-L'Vindex" staff leaves for New York.
"Henny', leaves for the A. O.
17-The top o' the mornin' to ye!" Vindex re-
turns from New York trip.
18-Rathbun returns from above mentioned trip.
20-Spring! Spring! Beautiful Spring! Bnrrrr!!
22-School out for vacation.
27-"Eddie" Duchin plays at Armory.
29--Adelphia "Bunny Hop" at Country Club.
1-No fooling Vindex is out on time. School re-
ceives new flag.
19-"Agora" gives barn dance. "Cam sarn it all!"
Whereis my corn cob?
27-Masquers turns back the clock and has a "box
12 . . .
19-Elmira 43, J. C. 34.
28 7 L
31 .' , 0' r L
2 ' ,
6- t i
14 . get
30-Last yearbook picture taken.
10-Student Council Carnival.
17-'gCappy,' and "Duff" shine in 4'Wl1at a Life."
22-The mighty seniors strut.
12-Seniors skip for last time.
26-Class of N4-0" bids farewell to E. F. A.
Good luck! Seniors.
To WHOM THESE LETTERS MAY COME, GEEETING:
The class of 1940 of the Elmira Free Academy, of the town of Elmira, Chemung
County, New York State, United States of America, being of sound mind but of
weakened constitution, having completed a course of heart-breaking monstrosities, do
hereby make this, our first, last and only will and testament, wherein we exhibit the
wisdom and understanding, however small, acquired from the aprementioned course.
First-We bequeath to all the remaining students:
1. Our good wishes for any of you who can discover a way to evade the new
2. One locker per head.
3. A longer noon hour to eliminate the now-prevalent boarding house tactics.
4. Several days of foul weather so that you may have your taste of single sessions.
5. Our spacious library, now an excellent rendez-vous for those with "crushes."
Second - We bequeath to the underclassmen-:
1. To the resolute Freshmen -our whole-hearted encouragement for the fulfill-
ment of your secret ambitions for the high positions of this Academy.
2. To the enthusiastic Sophomores-the fiery class spirit, kindled by the class
3. To the sophisticated Juniors - the honor of being "Big Chiefs."
Third--We bequeath to the faculty:
1. Another strolling pal for Miss Tashjian to replace "Butch" Howell.
2. Unbreakable chalk for "Tony," and a bouncer for those obstreperous pigeons.
3. The title of "Duke" to Iohn E. Colgan.
4. A seeing eye for Mr. Parry.
5. To Mrs. Deuel, a much bigger bus in which to take her little Vindexers - all
of them - to Syracuse.
6. Older P. G.'s for Miss Maricle.
Fourth - We bequeath to individuals:
1. A bushel of apples to Frank Rolls ffor polishing onlyl.
2. To "Brenda" Cleveland, the title of E. F. A. deb of '41, to Walter Detamore,
the title of glamour boy of '40,
3. To Robert McPherson, "Henny" Riggs's avocation of heckling the teachers.
4. More power to Shirley Hungerford as the school flirt.
5. Billings and Denton's 99-3f4Ck's to Keyser and Taylor respectively.
6. Iren Lutomski's bowling ability to Richard Doty.
Executed this day of May
It was only two yours ago that we- vn-
lvrecl thc' Xcatlvriiy lolully ignorant ol'
high svhool liliv. Wi' wort' lbvgllllllllg to
grow up. The first yvur wvnt hy swiftly,
likcwisv tht' st-c-oncl, hut our thirel has
gonv fast:-r still. Wal arc' juniors now,
quite ready to take- our part in tht- alliuirs
of upper classnwn. Many of our slutle-nts
liars' joined organizations while still
others liaw lwcorne le'atlc'rs ol' thvm.
lfarly in the first SFIIIPSIFI' wx' t-leon-tl
Harry lfurman, livtty Bird Kustin, Mary
lfflizabeth Kinner and ,Iac-k lfogurty as
presiclvnl, Viv? prvsiflvnt, sem'l'vtary, anal
treasurer reslwctivvly. Mr. :Xnthony N.
SCllVfdIlklP!' and Miss Marion Kelly we-rv
Q imsen as our advisors. N iss Xntoinvtlv
t AQ. JD
lr X nf dsl' HV
A4 I 7
wwf, J MLP
U! lrff ix
,ti r s
lXlnstronan'1l1 zintl i'ii Stznnp wvrc'
1-If-1-tml to lw "truly in waiting" anal
"lunge-" lo tht- king aintl qiivmi at tht-
znniuul lull i'an'nix'ul. ln tht- lzlttvr part
ol' tht- first tvrin tho prvsiclvllt zippointml
an junior ring ronnnittm- which vhosv tht'
paittvril for tht- class rings. The grvat
1-will lor thc' svhool year, liowevvr, was
tht- znnnml ",lunior Day," the clay when
, , , fllll'l.SIIl'X . . ANTIIQVYY .'h.S11llVl'ICNIxI.lCli
ull tln' lnniors purzule- to show their rank, .
' Nlxiuox lxriim'
alntl also to lvl vwryoiie sec the future
l0u1l1't's ol' lllv school.
'llln' class wishcs to thank Mr. Schwvnk- 46
lor zintl Miss livlly for lllt'll'II1ll1'll Iltwtlvll H2 'J ' t
. . . . t ' -swfff
gllirlzliiw through the your, unil it is with J s
great zinxivly that thCY look forwurcl to i,,, 5. A, ftffff - ff u
tln-ir senior yvzu' at the school.
l'r4-.w'flw11l . . . lioinzwr V,xI.ots
111-f' l'rv.o'flw1f . l"iSTlIl-IR Hoon
Sf-rn-lun . l'lllWIN,K Fokn
7'fl'IlXIll'l'I' . . Hi-Nm' lioczlctts
We niatlc' it. We rnusl atlinit that ut
tirnvs it loolwtl rathvr flillivult, hut livra-
wv arc' . . . the sophomores, antl now
W0 are vligiblf- to takv part in tht- various
avtivitivs of the sc-hool. It flitl not take'
us wry long to lwcorne ill'llll2llIllt'll with
the routine' of thv "nvw" .-Xvzulviiiy, anal,
still 11mlv1'Classrnen, wc- are he-ing niolmlvtl
for the position as luturv lezulvrs ol' tht'
school. Robert Yalois, listlie-r Hoocl, lfcl-
wina Forcl, and Henry Rogvrs wx-rv vlwt-
cfl to the positions of prvsicle-lit, vim'
president, secretary anrl trvasurvr rc--
t J '
Mffix' V f
gpm-liwly, Wllllt' Mr. ,ltlllll Colgan mul
Miss lflizzllwllm llmn-1-11 wmv clmsvn as
class aulvisors. Ns in Ilw vase of llw
,luninrs we' c'lc'c'lml our 1'c'p1'c'sc'1llz1liw-s
lm' lln' vmvmlllnnl wlm, llns yvar, wvro
Nnn lim-nrll unll Rolwrl Munnix. llnfur-
lllIlilll'ly we- mln nnl lmw il clay sel asiclv
lor ns, lull in llw lull-1' part of the svcnml
svnwslvr wv will lnnw our annual party.
llnw0x'vr, il will not lw long until wc' sz '
l ,-l1l1'1'.wr,w ....... JUHN llou
,, .. l':l.lZXlHi'l'H lima-rx
gnml lmy ln our l1mlvrc'lasslnel1 clays
znnml join llw rank as llllpt'l'l'li1SSIl1t'Il.
.......-..-.7-A .L -- f
v . . -
l . ff
l'rf-.whlf-:il . . J,xMi:s XVILSON
Vit-v l'f'l'.Tillt'Ilf . . litiemit-x AI,I.1soN
Sw-rf-Jury . . lxl-XXINIQ F.xmc:Hil.1m
7vH'llSIll'l'l' . . AHTHVR Snoimmli ER
lJon't look now, hut we just earne in.
Yes, we are the Freshmen ancl proutl of
it too. Of course everything was strange
to us at lirst, hut it clitln't take us long to
become aeeilstornecl to the confusion ol'
our fellow lancl upperl elussmen. The
high school life is cliflverent from the
grarnmar sehool life, anal by far more
interesting. It was a new treat to go to
assemblies, change periods, antl take
"gym" in the new gyrnnasiurns. By the
way we are the first class to enter the
'5-Xcatleniyu after it has been refinishetl,
antl aclcletl on too. Like our uppereluss-
mvn, wv vlvf-tml roprt-sviitaliws to tlie
t'zn'nival coronaition. 'l'lic-y wvrv Marion
tllosv, lady in waiting, and :Xrtliur Shov-
lll2llit'l', pagv. l"or our ollicers we cliosv,
,Ianws Wilson president, Barbara 'Xllison
vim- prvsitlvnt, Maxinv Fairchild secre-
lury, znnl .-Xrtllur Shoemaker treasurerg
untl for our zulvisors Mr. William Wip-
llvr, and Miss Helen Kingston. Our first
yt-ur has not liven Z1 wry active one, how-
vvvr wo are looking forward to tliv time
when we may become nwnibers of the
lllll'l?l'K'Ill organizations, and become more
auqnainteml witli the various activities.
.-11l1'1'.sor.w . . . w'll,I,l-KM Wiifrmiic
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Ilxl mir: Kukritz. Kiehl,
Kiser. llriou. li0lIlSI04'li
Vuzzuno, Nlzlekey. lluu
5ll'llIItl row: Verlvnnic
l,0ll"'lllS. Nlulinoskl. tt.
llurelwtt. Sll1lXV. llur-
thett. lflnlritlge. Cox,
It rt n t It at u p t , Kissune.
"ls this hook in? Could you please tell me where l f-an lind some
inl'ormution ahout this? Will this he all right to hand in for a hook report 'fu
Where do they hnd all these questions? Well. we ean't tell you that. hut we
eun tell you that it is ten to one that the girls on the lihrary eouneil will
know the answers. 'llhey c-an tell you every hit ol' information ahout any hook
that you wish to know ahout. and whether or not it is worth the ellort to
read. It is truly the hardest working eluh in the sehool. Unee a week the girls
meet in the lihrary to learn some valuahle information uhout ht-ing u lihrariun
or to discuss hooks. The eluh. is not as active soeially as many ol' our other
eluhs. hut it does attain its aims. to help the students and to prepure u girl in
l'fl'Sl.Ilf'Ilf . .... . lim tlousrofzk
l'I'l'l' l'l'!'Stl1l'lIf 111111 S11-rvlfzry . . . Noutttx lhuoN
flf1'r1'.wr . . Nltss l'iI.lZKIHC'l'H l'll.lPlillNLlC
Here they are the literary staff. the ones who are responsihle for the
writings in this hook. Thanks to them and to Mr. Anthony Schwenkler.
another yearbook has lwen put out for your enjoyment. We all hope you
will enjoy looking through it. reading the "saying." and looking at the pictures
and the Candid shots of your Classmates.
Editor . . BETH Bram:
.4rt Editor . . . . GRACE Rovum
Faculty Ad1'1'.wr . . MR. ANTx1oNY Sci-IWENIQLER
.-lr! ,4f1vi.wr . . . MR. ELBERT Rw:RsoN
7ofw!n L" Sfcfj
Q Q 1 -.4
Scaled : Svhwa-nkler, Bur
Steve-rms, Thom pso
Smmling: Wooalhull, Ru
hun, Gill, lNluc'vigros
Ott, McCarthy, Banco
Scaled: Young,Little,l nx-
son, Shoemaker, Morss
Slamling: Rntnn, Mellow
ell, Perry, Borst, Miller,
Cleckler, Sayles, Kuhley,
Mills, Vnlois, Cntli n
7oac!nB ' .Slay
Co-Business Managers . Iwi: Monss. CLAYTON Snoi-zwiiixmzn
Circulation Manager ..... EMORY DoNi:1.soN
Advisor . . . . MR. ANTHoNv Sf:Hwi:N1u.r:R
Here we have the ureliahlesf' the staff which has secured the means for
the publication of this book. If you will turn to the hack, you will see the
result of the untiring efforts of the members and Mr. Schwenkler. Thanks
to Miss Judy Ott, a successful senior musical was given which helped the
funds very much.
ln behalf of the seniors and the staff, we wish lo thank all those who
have contributed to the support of this a'Torch."
LITERAR Y STAFF
lllflllfllf-Iill-fillIII", ....... Flux Xl!!-ITH HOWEI.I.
,'1SSOt7l.lIf1' lfrlifors .....,... .
. . Mun' Lol' lJ1aNToN. HENRY R.xTH1n'v. .lmuc SMITH
.Vezrs Editor .
. ....... lil-ITTY SWIFT
Feulurv Editor . Lotflsri lirztxnlmslmirz
Sports liflilor . . . . . J.-XNIICS 0'H,xRx
.'1S3l..YflllIl Sports lfrfilor ..... NIARY RITTH GILI,
illakeup Iirlilur ....... Jost-:PH Pomgl-tl.1.o
slr! lfzfilor .
l',..Yt'lllIlIgl' h'al1'fur .... . .
. . RUB!-TKT tltssow. tlmiswlc lioxsi'
. Rmncm' Yoi NG
. . . . FRxNl4RoI.1.s
. . Wn.M,x ST'r1vlcNs. JI-zssnz lllsnxrzrr,
. ...... ,Irma UTT
i'i!lI'!'ffl.Sl'IIg i"llIIll1lt1fl'f .....
lfin-ulutiun .llzznugvr . . . kwTotNt-3T'rr: MXSTRONXIRDI
.'1X.Yl.Sfllllf.Y . . . Hetltl-USUN Avrim. Jew tlmtux
llere ue have the stall' that puts out a prize winning newspaper. Last
Novemlner staff memhers attended the Empire State School Press Association
at Syracuse. There they were honored hy a first division rating. The capahle
adxisor of the paper. Mrs. Jeannette P. Deuel. was elected president of the
organization. During the second semester some of the stall' went as delegates
to the lfolumhia Scholastic Press Association. where "The Vindexu received
second class rating in national competition.
A newspaper which supports itself with the ads solicited hy the husiness
stall. it contains news of school events. cluh meetings. and student affairs.
l"irs1 rule: llnngerford,
Swift. lleurdslee, Howell,
llenel. lfusson. Smith,
l'HlIll I'UIl'.' llorst. Wt'llt'l',
Riggs, llurt, Avery,
Rolls. Sullivan, Stevens,
Wright, Sayles, Butts,
llllSlIltt'll, Porcello. Xle-
:ml l'rIll'.' lik't'lu'l', ,l:l"4
son, Uussel. li0lIlSlll".
1 . f
lnlnsuy, ll. lxenne ,',
'l'ungorr:', St'lIl'llgIl'. Ryer-
son, lll1'lllItl1lt', li. Ken-
nedy, lirinthalupl. Mau--
- f J'-:eq
llid you see those Clever advertisements for the party? Stylus dren
them. This. too. is a clulr which exists for the promotion and understanding:
of artistic work. Art is the theme of the cluh. and the niemhers never tire ol'
listening to instructors, visiting the art gallery. nor of the actual art work.
The Cluh feels that they have accomplished very much in the course of a year
and have proved to the students the value of real art. To Mr. liyerson goes a
vote of thanks for his efforts in putting across to the students the knowledge
and appreciation of this sulmject.
l,I't'Sl.llUlIf . . 0T'I'o Kxlxltl't'Z
l'1'cv' ,,fl'Sl.tIl'lIl . llHIl,l.Il' 'l'xNt:olnu':
Sf-crvlury . Nl ueouucr Jxcglesox
7'1w1sz1rer . . . lionw lx'lKRQl'lS
BllSl'lIl'SS .llllllllgt . llox-u,n Krzwmsln'
Try unel "trip tht-sc huts np" on purlintentary lent. We claire yon. The fact
iw lt is inlpussihle. 'lllwt' are the lilvc ol' am elnlr lTtl"Pl1Il'T when law is C
rm tnetl. 541 it is no uumler that they take tht- lmnors when it emnnes In argu-
III! nts :intl tlehutes.
This peut' lforlnn hops were uelive not only in their ixurk. lint ails
itil ulluirs. 'll the lirst nl' the year. they hehl ll joint skating party with
tht girls ll1'ltZlllIlQ sm-iety ul the N . Vt . L. A. l42ilf'l'1ll the wear. they eelehrai
thin' 25th unniwrsury hy hating an alumni hanqnet. which all the oltl mem
ht is ol' lfnrnm mit-mlt-tl. This has the main allair ol' the year.
M-s. lor txxentx-live wars. hm-S have heen tlehating tintl -trgningz in
lnrnm. May ue l'll!lgIl'lllllllllQ' them un their hirthclay antl express the hr
that they will 1-eleltrute nntny mme hitthtluys. as the elnh which is tops in
IldlllIIN'lIlill'f ltl'Ilf'l'lllll'l' anal rlehztting.
l l.I'1' f'r1'.wl'rf1'lIl
. . l'ItKYli limits
ul rnn': l'np:ll'ty. llltI'l'll'
PII. xYt'll4'l', xxvllttllllllll.
llollw. l,t'1'1l t . lx nn p p,
llnrnv. Xlnrtmt. W. Snl-
lixun, tfzirtvr. lt. Wliitv,
l'nt'1'ello. llnlwr. liigtgs,
,ln4l4l. Xlronknwslu, Hill'-
l'f:urll1 rnzr: Uhlzlr. llnrns.
l.nzat. lhilton. llnrnitt,
l'rmwslt'r. Vttnlxl. l..
Wllitv, Sullixatn. Sl'll1ll'l-'
rx! rozr: st'ltWttt'lZ, lloy-
lt e n tl a l l , Woodhouse,
lmtlglplttll, Sll'1tt'llt'Il. Gill
lingers. llrownlow, Di-
coml l'1lll'l l.ey'e-tall, Au
tt-ll, llollinan, Stevens,
Kissatne, 'l'aylor, Miller,
Thin! rotv: lNlavNarinal'a1
llolgish, lfato. Mills
l'rv.v1'f1e11l . Nlxny lil TH Gui,
live l'rr-.wllerzf . . Lois Rom-:ns
Sm-rvmry Jorczic Smrru
Treu.wurf-r . Ji-:xx .-txrrzrt.
,-1111-isor . . Nllss ltonorny' lvl.-tlt'l'lY
lt' lmoy's can delvate. so van girls. and here are the ones who can proye it.
'l'he mernlmers ol' Agora can tell us talmost as well as the memlvers of lfortnnt
what is what. when it comes to nllolyerts Rules ol' l,aw and Urderf' This
year. the clulr has made a definite advance under the advisorship of llliss
Nlartin. In the spring. the clulr delmated Forum. their deadly enemy. on the
topic. "lles0ly-'ed the United States government should own and operate the
railroadsf' This elimaxed a series of inter-elulm delmates.
The eluh has heen ac-tire. not only in attaining its aim. hut also in social
allairs. ln the early' part of Noyemlver. it held a Sllppl"l' party in the new
girls' gym. and later it held a skating party' at the Y. W. li. A. However. the
outstanding affair of the year was a unique round and square dance. whit-h
many' students attended.
l'n-.wiflfwl . . . . . Ill-1'l'11 lil Rlxl-I
I'1'1-1- l'I'l',Nl4Ill'llf.i . . l:X'l'llI-IHIYI-I I'111:11. f'111'1'111 1: S1 l,I,IN sw
Sw:-wlfzrlx . Nl un' ,low IJ111cN1
'l'rf-fmzrwr , . I31c'r'1'1' Hum AX1s'r1N
',lll'iNllf Nllss M11.1e1:w Nlx::11:1.1'1
llIIl'l' again NlilF4Illl'l'S ljfillllillif' Suvivly Slill'll'Il 11111 lvy lilliillg in SU1111' 1111111-
lll1'Ill1'4l 111v111lw1's. 'l'l1v 1'll1l1 was lillflllllilli' ill Ulblilillillg il 11611 zul1'ism'. 11lml1u1l
ml l"xIN'l'iQ'llI'l' in :u'li11g. pulling 1111 Illkllifxllll. slagv S6'llilI4EI. aml tlil'9I'liIlQ
plays, Xliss Nlurivlv. il 11v1x Ie'z11'l1m'1' in Ilw A1'arl0111y. as well as 1111 olll 111v111lw1'
of H . . . . . .
ilSlllll'l'S. has dum- vm-ry IlllIl'll 111 llrlllglllg the vlulv llllil lllllllli' vlvn. :Xl
ll11' 111-1-kly lIli'1'liIlQ'H 111v111lwrs 'N"l'l'lll'UlfxKl lmy giving I'IlOII0l0glIQS., cliscussions.
4lll'l'l'lIl plays. uml Ilfillllillil' skils. II' llw 11w111lw1's rlirl nol lN"l'lN0I'Ill. talks we-rv
lxvn lwy Nllss lxllll'Il'l4'. or il gllllsl spvakvr Zllllllll loplvs llklflilllllllg to llI1S
.1rI, lun plays xwrv QIXUII 111 ZlSSPlIllily. lmtlm ul NNll1I'l1 wwe lamleml Ivy ilu-
l xvully llll'llllN'l'S uml Il14- SlllKl0lll lmmly.
Built. l,4'pp1'l'. llalrlmul'
rnml I'1Pll'f lll'l'lll4'l',llllll1'
Utl, I IIOIIIIINUII. l'llX'0Il
llm1'1'. Rolla 10111151
l,1'U'IilIl. K4'4'Il1'y. llungg
1'l'l-llI'll, I.iw1s, Snyala-1'.
lllrfll rnzr: KlN5lllll'
S1'l1w4l1Alz. Kulllvy, Strzl
l'll4'I1. l,1lll1-. xlllll'I'
lglIl'lxl', Xustin. l,lXl'lly
flillll. lfnml. Nl111'i1'l1'
l'lllll'fll Illll'.' lrnxl. ll. Sul
lixalu. llulh. 'xllll'l'l0II
Sullixgm. Xu-ry. llurnilt
liall-wr, IM-I41111-5. NOIIIIQ1
:xl muy' llunlw. llllgljlilll
lI'.Nl lwle: Nl1'SlI1ll'l'llIl,l'ill-
1a'e'oml rout Rllltl'l'l, 'l'ur-
tersou. 1111 sso 11 , llutts.
ner. lillSlltll'll, lfililor,
ltllttltllt. kltllllllflltl, t .ol-
well, llllt'ltt't', f.tll'tl, kts-
lzirtl rote: slustin,
St'llW1'lllQlt'l', llrzuly, ller-
hert. llolls. ll. llerhert,
4 if Z
xvb 'K ' M
' , 1 ' 0 .
.. ., ,
-. X Z
X. 1 1 .1 U 5 C
X I -u 1 - 1 .
' Txxu' , Although the f.llll'IllZ1 Lluh has heeu ltt l'X1Sltxttt'l' lor only two xt us
ff it is o11e of the most popular uncl most uetive elulvs ill the sehool. llltfl lf
A X ,NV past year. the eluh has pronlueetl il movie. sponsorecl at movie. and its ins 111 1
V haue tried to see one molio11 picture u week for cliseussion at tl1e ueekly 111
ings. t'l'he memhers, hy the way. are to he l'Ullgl'Lillllilll'tl for tl1eir attenm .
to these meetings which are held at 7:15 A. Nl. at the Sl'lt0ltl.i
llesitles heing active in their work. tl1e eluh has also heen uetire ill soc 1.1
alliairs. Like many of the other eluhs. it sponsored a hooth at the 1111111111
carnival. anal it has also helcl niuny parties. among xxhieh have heen 1
seuveiiger hunt anal at party at llurris Hill.
To Mr. ,Iames llupert tl1e memlners wish to exteutl their heartiest t 1 111
for guiding them through this sueeessl'ul untl eritieul year.
.'1l1l'I'.YUl' . .
lil-1'l"l' 11 Sw 1 t-"l'
. lto11i:11'r tI.x11'1'1:11
Sw-rfilnrx . . ji-1ss11:l3ts11N1c1.1.
. Nha. 11111-is H1 1'1:11'1'
6' ' Glad
llnfler tlu- capalwlv ln-anls-rsltip ol' Xlr. Slwrman llarrly arul Mr. lfmory
llonelson Sr.. ilu- lioys' Hi-Y. ol tlu' lflmira lfrs-9 Af'aflvr11y. has liarl a lnusy
anel fruitful yvar. lit'i'21ll5K' of tlu' inf-rease in the ITlt'IIllll"I'5lIill. it was necessary
to flivitlv tlu- group into two parts. tlu' Jlllli0I'-SPl1i0I' Hi-Y anll tlw Sopho-
lllliis year. num- than any Ollllll' year. tlu- vlulv has luw-n avtivv. llnring
tlu' lirst term. many ol' its lllPI1llit'l'S altvmlvrl llu' r'onlvr9nr'vs he-Ifl at -'lllmany
and Syravusv. and also two ol' tlu- nulnilwers were ll0tl0I't'tl lay living olnc-ers
on tlw Soutlufrn 'l'ie'r tlounvil. ln the lattvr part of tliv term. ilu' luoys entvr-
tainwl tlu- Senior girls lli-Y of the At'Llfli'ITly and were tlwir guvsts somt-
IIllPlllllS latvr. To 4-vlvlwalv tlw passing ol' Regents. tluev lwlrl a clanvc' at tlu-
Y. Nl. tf. A.. wliivll was a SIIVVPSS sovially. il' not nnanvially.
ln all. the vlnlr has lwen quite snr-r-essful. anfl we all hope' that unmlvr
tlu- nvn plan it will vontinnv in this trenrl.
Trvuszr rrr .
.Nlu. SIIIGHNIXN llx
. S'r1'xuT lil Sn
I"ir.wI rout: 51-vly. llurtly
lluali. Ke-y-wr, Wirth
lion:-l-on, Wrigltt, Mill
Wvruml rout l.unstf-r, ling:
,Liang l'e'rry, llurritt, llirl
mllv, lT4's,l:lrrlins, llolil'
nnln. Slnu'llc'r. YI-llflllIRlS
Thin! muy' tfurte-r. Hansson
Xyllitt-. llulton, Brown
low, tial ra' y, ll u l I S
:M'klc'Q. llogr-rs. lllwn
'irsl mic: lirownlow. Gil-
lt-ne, llalgish, Kiehl.
l.cvet:ln, llcnton, Sayles,
l"rutchy, St'llWllI'lZ, Koch-
icmml mir: Ott, Shep-
ard, Slicarcr. llcrmun.
Kaiplow, Kaine, llowcll.
Kzlhlcy, lloycr. licliisio
"l1l'r':l mir: llurke, Splann.
lxlIlt'NillIltlI'il. lfalto. Stey-
cns, ltalnchil, 'l'z-mplzn'
lltlllfffl mir: llimnpson.
Nlills. l':txson, Rogers,
'Xlct .zlrthy, l' ruwlcy. Nl uc-
.Samba ma' z-W
l,I't'.Nl-lfPIIf . . Muay Lol Iii-:Nrox
lice l'rf-.mit-fir . . . Muir Ill-:I.+:N Sxvu-is
Sm-relfzries . . Joi: llloicss. ltosr: llriltlsio
Trvmwurcr . . . l,HYl.l.lS l.icvi:'i'xN
.'fl1l'l.SUI' . Miss liX'I'lII.l'IlCN hllI.I.l'Itt
After two years of activity in the lli-Y society. we were fully aware of
the good times and the good work of the clulvs. Therefore. it is not surprising
that we were anxious to hegin our third and last year as mcmhers of this
great society. Under the guidance of Miss Kathleen Miller we have enjoyed
an active and successful year. Vive have profited hy frequent supper meetings
at which guest speakers talked to us ahout world affairs. our future. and
matters of personal interest to a high school girl. ln the first term. we held
a joint meeting with the girls' clnh of the Southside High School. and we
were also entertained at the Y. M. ti. A. hy the hoys' clnh of the lflmira l"ree
.-Xcademy. In the second term. we entertained the hoys at our and had
joint meetings with the Junior and Sophomore Hi-Y's of the Academy.
Our cluh sponsored a hooth at the annual fall carnival. which was
a financial success. We elected Mary Helen Sayles as a delegate to the
ltochesler conference. This conference was partially reproduced in an "l'icho
Conference" held in Elmira. We participated in this conference hy furnishing
In all. the cluh has heen very active. not only this year. hut also in
former years. It is with regret that we will no longer he ahle to have our own
little group. which has done so much to cement the friendship of all its girls.
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l'I'l'.NI.lll'IlfS . . l'lIDWlYX Forum. lil-I,-X'l'RICl-I Klssxxri
l'if-e l,f1'.YI-lll'IIf . . lfruwtzrzs Pr:'r'l'y'.1oHY. Esrmzn HURWITZ
Set-1-1-lr1r1'1-S . . Sxrm' tIm'14r:xnru.I.. Mfxar Amer: ljllili
Tf1'IlNIlI'l'f . . llonorny' Srtnxrzrilx
The .lunior Hi-Y had heeome fully aware of the aetivities ol' the Hi-Y
groups at the end ol' the sophomore year. and it was eager to hegin its new
term. This year the eluh eleeted lfdwina l"ord. presidentg lfranees Pettijohn.
riee president: Sally' lfoykendall. seeretaryj and llorothy' Sehneek. treasurer.
During the year three ol' these ollieers were foreed to resign heeause of illness
and the pressure ol' other duties. Those who were eleeted to sueeeed them were
llealriee Kissane. lfsther Horwitz. and Mary' Aliee Pike. as president. viee
president. and seeretary' respeetiy'ely'.
ln spite ol' the f'aet that the eluh Hehanged horses in the middle ol' the
strearnf' it progressed very' satisl'ac-torily. Once a month it held a supper at
the l. W. li. A.. at whieh speerhes were given hy students of the Elmira
College. hy faeulty' memhers. and hy fellow' students. ln April. a danee was
giyen at the in order to raise funds for the treasury: Likewise. funds
were raised to send a representative to the Roehester conferenee hy' two eandy'
sales in the main hall ol' the sehool. Miss Shirley' Hungerford was eleeled to
Firsl rmr: Xlarks, llllggilll
Straehen. Banks, Wood
house, lfoykendull, Chile
Seeonrl rote: Miller
Wright, Osowski, Knapp
l'ike. l'ettijohn. Sehneek
Thin! rote: Hoffman. Key
ser, llaker. Sain. llun
gerford, 'l'rost, 'l'uruer
l.lltllilll, Lolwell, Lass.
lfourllz role: Kissatne. C
llorshett. Naylor. Whee
It-r. Kane, llorwitl. l.
liossi. fl. Rossi, U. llor
l'll'Sl l'0It' .' Shvrwoo
Kane, lluderwood, Mo
uml mir: Wilvox, Cox, 1
lfilxlor. Rolwilnun, tliltlt-at
The cluh, although it was organized late in the fall. has had a suec-essful
program throughout the year. One of their hrst meetings was a supper held
at the Y. VV. C. A. at which Mrs. Holvert Biddle spoke on the topic "What
a Hoy Thinks of a Girlf' Later, in the second semester. a skating party and
dance were held in order to raise funds for the purpose of sending a represen-
tative to the Rochester Conference. Miss Dorothy Cox was honored hy lmeing
elected to this position. Shortly after this convention. an "Echo tkmferenee'
was held here in Elmira for all those who could not attend the main von-
This is the first year that these girls have had a taste of the Hi-Y activities.
and we sincerely hope that they will continue to he lnemhers and do theil
lmest to help a great organization.
Presirlcnt . . lJr:noR.x Prlnsoxus
Vive 1ll'l'Sl'l1,l'lIf . . ROSE FINN
Snr-rolary . . Ilonornx' Cox
Treasurer . .... P.-xTRlCI.x K-NNI-I
.4t11'I.SOI'S . . Miss Im Wrzsr, Miss liowm
This year the memhers of the Athletic Association have done very much
in promoting intramural sports among the girls. Under the advisorship of
Miss Lorraine Garrett. the clnh has held "recreation nights." and also spon-
sored a dance in the new gymnasium. At a hanquet. in the latter part of the
school year. the girls received the letter "EI, either in hlne or white. accord-
ing to the nnmher of points each had earned during the year.
l'rcxi11ent . . . Mun' UZNRID
Hn- l'resiflvnl . . . Em llozvrsrorgk
Sw-rf-lary . . JPLXNNI-I liRlNTHAllPT
Treasurer . . lil'TH KNAPI'
Svrgcarli-lil-.'lrms . . . . NIXRY ALLEN
.'f41l'l.Sllf . . Miss LomuuNrt Ctxnlmrr
. 1 . . .
First mic: Rossi, Lewis
Mitchell, Ozard. Coin
stock. Miss Carre-tt
lirinthanpt. Knapp, Mc
Serurnl row: ll oc k s t a f f
lalwratore. Rossi. l.ar
ahee, DeNardo. Valois
Cray. Banks. Lntolnski
Tllirzl row: Cappncci
Woodard, Ternplar, Do-
land. Festag, lliclwlison
Ozard, Ilnndcrmun. Mill-
er. Caroscio. Allen.
Fuurlh razc: Doolittle,
Allen, llaker, Margaret
Baker, Austin. Smith,
Nlakey. Keeny, Spencer,
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lx! ' 1 if LV ' 1
5 li- ' "4
Q' ' . ' ' F,
X . I' .
5 I'residvnt . . lllun' Jo.-xx IJIVHNY
l Secretary . . lrnv UTT
Treasurer . . . . JEAN Cruug
.41I'visnr . . Mn. l'lRl-ZIJERICK SCIIAVKIJ
Once again the cluh set out with the purpose to shape another prize
winning group. ln the latter part of the first semester. Miss Jean Christian
resigned' her teaching position to lVlr. Frederick Schaad who has capahly
led the group since. As in other years. the memhers performed at the Christmas
assembly, as well as in a musical assembly program. To bring the year to a
close they will perform at the annual spring concert held at the Southside
K A C
X fx " 1
, I dfn
'irsr raw: M. Tiers, l.
Clark, llevvliio, Prnyne,
Fecoml row: lszard, Wright
llrinvtt, Corhett, Kis-
sunu, Bowers, Giles, l..
lludluy, Fuirvliild, ll.
'hinl row: Norwivlw, l.c-p-
per. Kiulnl, l". lVlorrow,
l"orsytlu', Logrun, ling-
lert, A u s t i n , Ke-vmxy,
l'rvs1'1lw1i . . Ros:-:Muir lwllifIlIlGROSSO
Vine lIl'l'SI.lll'IIl . . . A1 GITSTINIC T-tcm
Svcrelrlry mul 7lI'l'llSlll'l'l' . . CULT,-xNA Pi. HOSSI
,"lf1l,'l.50l' ..., . Miss VERA Svonx
The Italian tllnlv has lveen in existence for only ahout three years. The
elnh is composed of Italian students, who wish to learn more almout that
heantifnl language and almout that picturesque country. This year. the mem-
hers sponsored a hooth at the annual carnival and presented a show in an
assembly program. Sinn-e Miss tiolletta was forced to resign her teaching
position. the clnh has a new advisor, who has done very much for the progress
of the society. So now. in hehalf of the Italian students, we say Nllante
Grazie. Signora Spohnf'
Firsl rnzv: Cunlhio, l'riso,
Fnsnn. Mauldelinee, Bi-
Si'l'lllHl run': lfusein. .l.
Yonst, M. Zittn, Mne-
rigrosso, Spohn. lion-
Thin! ruzr: Ginarmli, Gela-
so, liurnseio, Zittn,
Sehnks, tIuf'eintti, Brun-
ozzi, llhulk, M. Ynnst.
trust rom: Smith, Jones,
ll:-nson. 'I't-rrt-ll, l.ee.
-wnml nur: Svlnuul, Wil-
liams. tlolm-man, Wilkin-
son, Illzmtlfortl, Thompe
'lille purpose of the Urphens Society is to unite the Negro stmlents ol' tht-
-Xeatleniy so that they may lie more active in the soeial activities of the school.
l"or the first time in the history of the organization. the mt-mlvers spon-
soretl a liooth at the annual fall t'arnix'al. A few iseelis later they presentetl
a "variety" show in the amlitorium for the purpose of raising funtls for their
treasury. and we are very glatl to say that this was a linanc-ial stiecess. During
the second term. some ol' the memlmers perliormetl in an assemlnly program.
l"or the few years that this elnlm has liven in existeiiee. it has risen to lie
one of the ontstamling aml respectetl organizations of the school. At the close
of the first term. Miss Ale-an Christian was fort-ell to eml her amlvisorship of the
cluln. However. her place was alrly taken hy Nlr. l"re4le1'icl4 Svhaatl aml ln
Nliss Lorraine Garrett. to whom the vlulv extentls its cleepest gralitlule.
l'I'l'.VI'I11'IIf . limrlli-:NsoN
l'if-vl'rvs1'11w1t . . . M.un.i: Joxics
S1'f'rc'l1lr.i'1111f1 Treasurer ..... lllHKlllITlI 'l'i:lnn:l.l.
.'lI1l'l'.N0l'S . Mic. l'lKIiIJl'IKI1Qlx Stgnxxn. Bliss l.oinulNi-1 Gxmci:'r'r
llain or shine you van count on those hoys to he at the foothall games.
leading us all in songs. and never once have they failed to give a performance
that would make other hanfls sit up and take notice. This year. the hand made '
the trip to Auhurn to support the team and help them on to victory. Other
than playing at the foothall games. the hanrl gave surprise pep assemhlies
at hoth the Southside High School and the Elmira Free Academy. and it also
performerl at the annual spring Concert.
The memhers of the hand wish to thank Mr. William Biery for his
guitlanre and his interest in the hand, and also wish to congratulate Miss
Dorothy Wheeler for the fine exhihitions she gave as tlrum major.
Ihr:-1-lor Nha. w.lI,I.l.VVI I-I. lllmu'
l"irxl mir: llloorn, l,or'
wooml, Nleliowell, llof
lllllll, Cole, ll:u'lu'r. lla!
lllflllll, Sutton, l,ilXl0I
llc-liisio, Doyle. tfrispi
Dalton, Perry. Wirt
Keyser, Rlllilll, llaryne.
'wnml rnux' 'l'uttl4'. tin
penter. lfrsle-v, films
Wln-an, Rllinellawt. Sin
mon. xll'NillIglll, llie
wc-ilvr. Ne-nl. Pnppleton
Burley, Fuiu, Stuvhel
Fuhhinli, l':irsons, Wood
wurcl. llt-ss, Stratton
Yvilson. ililllllllilti. liimhlle
Super, Allen. Strivluwr
'l'upper, lsxurml, lliv:-ny.
rx! row: Rossi, Wood,
McNeil, lfivervtt, And-
rus, Moody, Iieatvitt.
Slingcrlauid, Smith, Mill-
'ruml row: Maskowitz,
Swurtout, llolwitz, ,luck-
son, Kingsley, Elliott,
Muynurd, Gridley, Foote,
iA'lllll'll. Kreisler, Des
1fII'l'!l mir: Winner, lilcin-
ons, Quigley, llruusou,
Perry, Mcllowell, Sut-
ton, liurpcntcr, Tupp:-r,
llznrkcr. Sr-lnuull, Sax-
Director . . MR. GEORGE Aisnorr
The orchestra. which is composed of forty students from the Elmira
high schools. has entertained at many civic functions under the leadership of
Mr. George Ahhott. In the first semester it played at the dedication of the
new Riverside and George Washington schools, and the graduation exercises
of the Elmira Aviation Ground School graduation. The group has also per-
formed in assembly programs at the various schools. To climax the year.
they were heard in the last and outstanding concert of the year, the annual
Because of the instrumental instruction in the grade schools. the orches-
tra is now able to maintain a well halanced ensemble.
.uv In lu' 1-fmgfrullllzilc-rl for one ul llw mm! 'llTlllilII"A 411111 lruv lu llfv plaw
l mln-r ilu- llll'9l'll0ll ui Mr. John Lolgan. ilu- SPIIIOI' play "What il l,if'v"
as givvn in ilu' svllool au1lilm'ium on May 17. The plul f'0IIL'l"l'IlH all young
.ululvsc'4'l1l. Henry Altlrivll ulm Iwi-nllws ilIY0lYf'II in ll sclmul uH'air. This
mlv IS zllrly pm'Iruyvcl lry Hvnry Halhlvull. The clirf'c'lor and slllclvnls alikv
. 1 - ... n -
ill IIRIYK' PYPI' IUPVII l'l'IIIlf'l'l'fl In SIICII Ll !'ilpi1K'ilf illllliPllf'f'.
Sz'uI04l: Hansson. Kuna-
Rntlmlmun. Ilill, Young,
SfllHllilI,1I.' lll'0VN'lll', KA'r'm'y
.M'1'l'y. Ralxwllil. l,c-rm
Under the guidance of Mr. Arthur Hirst, Mr. William Wipfler,
and Miss Lorraine Garrett, the students have enjoyed an active and
varied program of sports. The new gymnasiums are partly accountable
for this, but the three directors have done a great deal in spurring
athletic interest in our school. and the class of "40', takes this op-
portunity to congratulate them.
Q :fa-. Af, 3 P15
Firsl mir: ffieri. Brown
Morrow, HillIllK'l'l, Pillai
Sullivan. Nlll'lIilf'l. Losin-
gvr, Furiuuu. Nlanuniug
Thinl mir: Rolwrtsou, Val-
lois, Puluiivri, Rvvml, 'l'ri-
fusn, Cvrv, Rossi. All-
lmlt. 'l'utll1'. Nlasiu, Dv-
l.lllll'0, lluzvu. Fish. Ruli-
4 N ML-
Conf-li . . . . ARTHUR HIRST '
,-l.vs1'xlur1l fjIIlll'lll'S . . . . . . . . . . wb
. Br:N.l,xM1N liorxugu, Wu.I.wvI Wlvum-zu, N.-xv BLANCHETT W
Cllllfllfll ........ P-xlu, NICCUNNELI,
Sludvnt Manugvr . . . DONALD ROBINSO ' 3 W
lfuvulzy fllunugvr . . ANTHONY SCHWI-INKLER ,
Tflllillfl' . . . DOC KITT M
. . 20 Syracuse . I , ' .
. 7 Auliurn . . . ll
. . -lvl Syracuse Vocational U
. . IH Endicott . . . I I Q
. . 39 C. li. A. of Syracuse l Q
. 7 llliaca . . . lc . Q P
Svrnrul nur: llo!ui1'k.Hil'sI.
I.ym'li, ll. llirst, A. I.vw-
ish, Smith, 5. l.:-wus,
Sl'llWFlll'il'. W1 livwis,
Biggs, Truluu, l'e-trusiw.
Svyninur. ll 0 ffm u u.
lhilwr. Bi'I'IlilS, D. l.e'w-
Again in 1939 Elmira High Schools produced a championship team. By winning
six straight games the Blue and White captured the Southern Tier conference football
title, and established themselves as one of the strongest teams in the state.
About seventy-five candidates answered the first call for practice, from which
Coach Hirst sought men to work with the four holdovers from the 1938 team. After
three weeks of intensive practice, he built a fast. deceptive, and well balanced team
which boasted a powerful line and a shifty backfield.
The Blue and W'hite opened the season on October 7 against their traditional first
game rival, Syracuse Eastwood. The visitors showed a lot of spirit, but were over
powered 26-6 by the locals.
The following Saturday Elmira journeyed to Auburn, where they triumphed
over the hard fighting Red warriors 7-0. After being outplayed for three quarters
After a weeks rest, the Elmirans returned to action on October 28, against
Syracuse Vocational. The Blue and White went on a scoring rampage against their
lighter rivals, and overpowered the invaders 44-0.
On Armistice Day the Blue and White invaded Union-Endicott in quest of their
fourth straight victory. The game was witnessed by'a large holiday crowd of 8,000
persons, among whom were many local rooters."'Displ'aying a powerful running and
passing attack, EHS defeated the Shoetowners. 18-7. This victory set the stage for the
coming Elmira-Ithaca championship battle.
With bright prospects for an undefeated season. Elmira took the field against
Christian Brothers Academy November 18 and proceded to run roughshod over the
Syracuse City champions to score another victory, 39-0.
The most important game of the season was when Elmira played host to Ithaca
High in a game which would decide the conference championship. Although Quarter
back Leon Ropelewski was injured early in the game, Elmira went on to reglster a
7-0 victory over the Little Red. The lone score was made when f'Mickey" McConnell
dashed 35 yards for a touchdown.
With this game another successful season came to a close, and when the All
Conference team was chosen uMickey', McConnell, star fullback, and Leo Micheals
veteran guard, were on the squad.
A new addition to the coaching staff was acquired when Bill Wipfler became
connected with the school system. Bill handled the Jay-Vee squad very capably and
won high praise from Coach Hirst for his work.
Benny Botnick and 'gNap" Blanchette did noteworthy jobs in assisting Coach
Hirst and should be commended for their work.
the Hirstmen launched an aerial attack in the last quarter to emerge victorious.
At a dinner held in the Parker Field clubhouse, the following men were awarded
letters: William Sullivan, Leo Micheals, Carman Ramich, Raymond Manning, Harry
Furman Jr., Harrison Smith, Peter Morrow, Roger Pilla, Andrew Lewish, Paul Mc-
Connell, Leon Ropelewski. Robert Losinger, Percy Brown, Robert Hirst, William
-Schwenke, Sheldon Lewis, Nicholas Petrusiw, William Cieri, Francis Bernas, Booth
Seymour, Don Biiggs, Harold Lynch, Francis Baker, John Traum, William Lewis,
Roy Snyder, Daniel Lewish, Dominic Rossi, Ned Hoffman, and Don Robertson.
The prospects for next year look bright with twenty lettermen returning.
In behalf of the Torch and the student body we wish Coach Hirst and his capable
coaching staff many more successful seasons such as this past one.
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lfarly last lleeemlmer. when the hasltethall season was in its infant stage. the
lflmira High Sehool squad had high hopes of eapturing the Southern Tier liasl-:ethall
tfonferenee title for the seeond straight year. and there were many good reasons for
this air of optimism. l"our regulars of the IOISI-I-139 team were returning. and a numher
of eapahle reserves were on hand to fill in the other gap. llut then disaster struek.
l.eon llopelewski. leading seorer of the team for three seasons. was foreed to leave
the team for the season after sustaining an injury in the Ithaea foothall game.
The team opened the eurrent season lleeemher l2 when they traveled to llingham-
ton North and downed the weak Purple outht hy a ll-22 margin. The lor als led all
the way and were never in danger of heing defeated.
lnspired hy their splendid opening performanee. the Hirstmen traveled to
lfndieott the following Tuesday. lleeemher l5. to meet the Union-lfndieott houneers.
llere they eneountered unexpeeted opposition and went down to defeat at the hands
of a mueh faster outht. 3-1--28. It was in this game that the injury "jinx" again hit the
ranks of the lllue and White. "Miekey" ltflelionnell. veteran forward. slipped on the
eourt and injured his foot. The injury forced him to the sidelines for the remainder
of the year. At this point. Coach Hirst. drafted young lfrank Zywieki from the ,lay-
Yee squad and used him as an alternate forward.
The squad then had a three week respite during the Chirstmas holidays. They
resumed aetivities. however. on January 5 when they entertained the Cortland team
on the new :Xeademy eourt. This was the first game played on that hardwood. and a
eapaeity erowd turned out for the fray. The eontest was turned into a rout. and the
reserves played the entire seeond half. The hnal seore was fell-lo. with the lflmirans
ehalking up thei seeond win of the eampaign.
First' rnzr: Yulois. syttllQ'l
Zywieki. Nlorrow. l.os-
inger, Higgs, Yogel,
Brown, tfoaeh llirst.
Seroml rntr: tloaeh Wip-
ller, iii l.ewis, flillltllll,
lfnsey, Seriver, Sehwen-
ke. llan, llaheoek. W.
Third flI1l'f Reed, Spiegel
Bree-se, llopelewski, llir-
'k Four letter per yezu
man-V All star and stuff.
Ahsent when pietnre
was taken, Y. lleher.
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" The following week the Binghamton Central basketeers invaded our ranks to
mark the resumption of activities between the two schools. The game was one of the
most exciting ever played in this city, and when the final whistle had been blown, the
Bingo boys were ahead by a one point margin. The contest was close throughout, and
the winning basket was thrown in the last minute to give the visitors 32-31 margin.
The habitual jinx again struck the local squad in this game when Vin Heher fell under
the basket and injured his knee.
The following week the Hirstmen played hosts to the Johnson City boys and
chalked up an easy 4-3-34 victory to put them in third place in the league standings.
The next tilt was with the Little Bed of Ithaca in a game played at the College
City. The locals again emerged victors after coming from behind and winning the
game 32-30 on a last minute basket by Emil Vogel. This win advanced the Elmirans
to within one game of first place.
The second round of play was begun February 2 when the Binghamton North
squad traveled here for a return game. The Light Blue chalked up their fifth victory
of the season by turning back the stubborn Binghamton boys 36-34 in a game that
took two overtime periods to decide the outcome. The victory was obtained when
center Pete Morrow dropped the ball through the hoop and then collapsed on the
floor as a result of a back injury. Again the team suffered from injuries when Vin
Heher aggravated his knee injury and was forced to retire for the season.
The following week the Union Endicott contingent invaded our fair city to engage
the Blue in a contest that would decide the title aspirations for the EHS. Outplayed
all the way, the Hirstmen went down to a 4-3-31 defeat and saw their last hopes of the
championship receive a jolting.
The next contest saw the Blue and W'hite journey to Cortland and administer a
37-31 defeat to the hapless last placers.
The following encounter for the Elmira team was a game with Binghamton
Central played on the latter's court. Paced by Billy Gabor, league leading scorer, the
Central City outfit trimmed the locals 51-42 to practically clinch the league title.
The home team piled up a huge lead in the first half which was too big for Elmira
to overcome despite a brilliant rally in the final minutes of the game. 3
Continuing their schedule, the Elmira boys traveled down to Johnson City, where
they vanquished the Shoetowners by a 22-18 margin. This game was featured by an
exhibition of "stalling" on the part of the Johnson City boys. Unable to penetrate the
locals defense, they resorted to playing catch with the ball and bored both the
spectators and the Elmirans.
The last game of the season was the liveliest. The Ithaca squad came to Elmira,
out to avenge the close defeat they suffered in the first round and the result was a small
riot in which both fans and spectators participated. After the scene was cleared and
the game resumed the Redmen played steady ball and defeated the Blue by a 42-35
Center Pete Morrow and Guard Bob Losinger were named on the All-Conference
and Guard J ack Biggs was given honorable mention. Pete Morrow was also the leading
scorer of the team and third highest in the league.
The team finished with a record of 7 wins and 5 defeats in league play and also
defeated Corning Northside in two non-league frays.
The Torch extends its congratulations to the members of this years squad who
performed so nobly, and also to the members of the ,lay-Vee team whose work was
highly satisfactory. Here's wishes for many more successful years on the basketball
The 1939 IQ. H. S. track squad had the most successful season since
track was resumed three years ago. The 5139" squad won two of their four
dual meets. and placed fourth in the "Southern Tier Sectionaln track meet
held at Cornell University. The 1939 team was paced by "Nick" Lewis.
Clarence Dart. Art Smith. Howard Horne. and Marsden Stamp.
The following lettermen selected Art Smith honorary captain for l939.
and Marsden Stamp as captain for the l940 squadg Paul McConnell. Francis
Baker. Clarence llart. William Lewis. Nathan Schoonover. l-lenry Palmeri.
Rohert Hoy. William Wirth. Howard Horne, Vlilliam Sullivan. William
Schwenke. Arthur Kieffer. Anthony Pulas, Walter Borgesser. Peter Morrow.
John Hathhone. and manager llohert Collins.
Built around the nucleus of Lewis. Stamp, Horne. Pulos. Palmeri and
Schoonover, the "fill" team faces the following schedule:
April 26. Sayre: May 3. Ithacag May ll. Union-Endicott: June l.
Corning North. Southern Tier sectional meet at Cornell University.
We wish the team the hest of luck. and hope that this season will be
even hetter than the last one.
Third row: Trainer Claude
Kittle, Rathbone, At-
wood, Horne, A. Smith,
Stamp, Borgesser. Pulos,
Collins, Couch Blanch-
Secmul rn 14' : Schoonover
Pulmeri, llurtt. C.
Groom, Baker, W. Lewis,
lloy, Wirth, Sullivan.
First mu-: Cray, Reed, J.
Groom, Could, Lennon,
Maloney, Sullivan, Pis-
Mascot, Shaver Mellon-
This year marked the beginning of a new era in Intramural Sports in our school.
With the building of the new gym a renewed interest was created among the students.
Recognizing this fact, Bill Wipfier, new Physical Director, organized an lnterhome-
room Basketball League. The idea in mind was that in this way more students would
be able to participate. The league was formed, and it was found that 120 boys took
part in the elimination tournament. Games were played three days a week after school.
and the interest created was evidenced by the large crowds that attended these games.
There were 21 teams entered in the tourney with the Freshmen having 8 entries,
the Sophomores 4-, Juniors 4- and the Seniors 5.
The tournament was divided into two divisions. an underclassmen and an upper-
classmen. The two winners played off for the championship. Boom 111. one of the
best Freshmen teams in the history of the school, copped the nnderclass title, while
Room 216 was the winner in the upper bracket.
Room 312, the favorite of the tourney, and 216 were the two upper bracket
finalists. In a very close and exciting game the Juniors beat their rivals 22-21 to enter
the playoffs. In the lower section it was 111 vs. 211. This was another close game and
was won by the Freshmen 22-20. In the playoff game the Juniors showed their
superiority by trouncing their opponents 23-9 to win the school title. The winning
team then challenged the faculty quintet to a game and lost a close game by a 26-25
DThe members of the champs were Biddle, Stamp, Cesare, Dalton. Buono.
Sabatini, and Seymour. Members of the runnerup Freshmen team were Ropelewski.
McMahon, Semski, Morrell, Michalko and Terpolili.
The tournament was begun February 2 an ran until March 18. The plans and
running of the affair were in charge of John Young, who was named to this position
by Mr. Wipfler.
At the end of the tournament Craig Biddle was crowned the leading scorer after
scoring 18 field goals and 4 fouls for a total of 40 points. The high scorers were:
Player Team F. G. Fouls Pts.
Biddle 21.6 18 4 40
Michalko 211 17 5 39
DeV0re 312 16 1 33
Dalton 216 1 1 2 24
Semski 111 1 1 2 24-
Buono 216 10 3 23
Michalko 111 11 0 22
Ropelewski 111 8 5 21
Bellamy 312 10 0 20
At the completion of the tournament Mr. Vlfipfler called a meeting of all the
referees and those who took part in running the contests to pick ten men from each
class to represent their class in an Interclass Tournament. Those present were Dr.
Helmkamp, Mr. Hirst, Mr. Wipfler, John Young, Intramural Director, James O'Hara,
Sports Editor of the Vindex, and referees Bob Hirst, Frank Zywicki, John Casey and
Emil Vogel. These men decided that their choice was to be based on certain qualifica-
tions. The following men were then picked:
Freshmen: Glenn Losinger, Joe McMahon, Walter Michalko, Eugene Ropelewski.
Ed Semski, Abe Parker, Chester Malanoski, Wade Walker, Howard Coleman and Joe
Sophomores: Bernard Trifoso, Fred Brinthaupt, Winston Coleman, John Mich-
alko, Leonard Vilojnarek, John Walsh, Robert Durfey, Victor Hunt, Richard Babcock.
Juniors: Craig Biddle, Martin Stamp, Bill Young, Fred Harter, Booth Seymour.
Robert Dalton, Ben Cesare, John Fogarty, Dave Buono, Nicholas Sabatini.
Seniors: Banks Decker, Leon Stemmerman, Kenneth DeVore, Calvin Whitman,
Henry Winkel, Leo Ptaszek, Joe Dobranski, Mason Wilkinson, Steve Kasmirski, and
These boys later participated in the interclass tourney.
Many other events took place this year which shows the sudden renewed interest
in extra curricular sports. A ping pong tournament was held, an Interclass softball
league was established, and a tennis tournament was run off. This is the first time in
three years that these contests have been held and attracted any student attention.
The Torch extends to Mr. Hirst and Mr. Wipfler its congratulations for the fine
way in which they have created an interest in these sports and the splendid job they
did in running these contests.
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AND ANNEX IS ADDEDlEliZabeth Burke
Henderson Riggs ChosenlArt Classes Paint Murals! Merits D' A' R'
To Head Student Council To Decorate Auditoriuml Ralllllg
JOSEPH SCHWENKLER ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS
Seniors Hold First Joseph Schwenkler Wins American Legion Awardg
Dance, "In the Mood" l
Student Council Forum Defeafs Agorqschool Mourns
Inaugurates Use T In Debate g The Passing of
of New lGymS, N Ioyce Smith To Edit Vindex MISS Blrchard
o o School Receives New Flag
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'H2?fSv5C?IX8EBSHoWARD HORNE RECEIVES
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Dr. and Mrs. Iohn F. Lynch
Mrs. Clara D. Munson
Miss Ruth Ellen Morrison
Mr. and Nfrs. Frank W. Stevens
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. Flynn
Dr. Floyd H. Iones
Dr. and Mrs. Ioseph S. Lewis
Mr. Wallace Seeley
Casson, Hoover and Stein
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy
Dr. and Mrs. B. G. Voorhees
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Hobler
Dr. S. M. Seafuse
Miss Kathryn Daly
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Schwenkler
Miss Mary D Condon
Dr and Mrs Arthur C Smith
Sayles Flannery Collm and Evans
Mr. and Mrs. Everts H. Howell
Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Stevens
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Ott
Miss Alice Scott
Dr. and Ivfrs. A. B. Helrnkamp
Mr. and Mrs. Iack Elias
Mr. Iames L. Burke
Dr. and Mrs. Iohn Burke
Dr. and Mrs. Walter C. Ervin
Mr. Isaac Allison
Mr. Iohn A. Mathews
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Armstrong
Dr. and Mrs. H. Hunt
Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Chamberlain
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Denton Ir.
Miss Kathleen Miller
Mr. W. Frederick Schaad
Mr William F Dobberstem
Miss Grace Miller
Dr and Mrs Stewart Piper
Dr. and Mrs. Donald I. Tillou Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Stevens
lVlantleville, Waxman, Buck,
Teeter and Harpenchng
Mr. and hlrs. lohn H. Splann
Dr. Mor1'is Dreyfuss
Dr. and lvlrs. Charles S. Dale
Dr. and lxlrs. Kenneth G. Houghton
Dr. T. B. Sturclevant
Dr. Nl. F. Butler
Dr. and bits. Robert Larkin
Dr. and Nlrs. H. L. Cassetta
Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Paxon
Dr. and Nlrs. Leon Hamilton
Dr. anal Mrs. Harold Walker
Dr. z lllc l lvlrs. Walter Decker
Dr. Earle G. Riclall
Dr. and lVIrs. Elliott T. Bush
Miss Elizabeth Eldredge
Nh: and lwlrs. D. A. Cady
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rathbun
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kabatt
lwliss Dorothy Martin
Mrs. G. W. Embler
Miss Rudy Hopkins
McDowell anal McDowell
Mr. and hlrs. Everett L. Hover
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Loelico
Dr. and Mrs. Ioseph lN'IcConnell
Dr. R. B. Howlancl
Dr. E. S. Hassett
Dr. and hlrs. A. Westlake
Dr. and Mrs. Sven L. Larson
Dr. Iamcs N. Steerc
Mr. and Mrs. G. Arba Rogers
Dr. and Nlrs. Lee Kinner
Dr. and lvfrs. E. L. Miller
Dr. and Mrs. Ross R. Loop
Dr. T. Christastie
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Shearer
bliss Arlene Nlaricle
Miss Lorraine Garrett
Nh: and Mrs. Ioseph Beraneh
Mr. and lwlrs. Stephen A. Prokop
Miss Alma Noonan
Nlr. and Mrs. Emory Donelson
Mr. Levi Ginsburg
Mrs. Thomas Bolger
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Conditioning Equipment ior the new home.
Also Distributors o
Industrial, Mill, Waterworks, Gas, Gil Lines
and Contractors Equipment
LeValley, Molaeod, Kinlcaicl Co., lno
215-221 E. Church St., Elmira, N. Y.
Branches: Olean, N. Y. 'md SC'll6l19C'lCTdY, N. Y.
o C A.
The Kennedy Valve Manufacturing Co.
l ELMIRA, N. Y.
t VALVES PIPE FITTINGS FIRE HYDRANTS
408 W. Woshinqton Ave.
Main St. Store I2-57097
American Warming 5
l F. W. WOOLWQRTH Co,
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julia B. Murphy t of
Appcfel Shop I C. M. at R. TOMPKINS
Wh les I G Cer
122 VV. Market St. lust off Moin St. W O G 9 ro S
l Elmirot, N, Y.
Q X Mary Lou-XVhy docs thc pitcher inakr all
those funny iuotiims huforc he throws thc hall?
PONTIAC f G. M. C. TRUCKS
G. M. C. cmd Reo Trucks
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WRIGHT ELECTRIC 1
Easy Washer 1
Philco Radio 1
118 N. Main St. Dial 2-0974
Hoffman at Church Dial 2,5656
The Besi Place to save on Quality' G i Elmlfa
FURNITURE tj' ' ' ' Business
1 ELMIRA, N. Y,
131 Nor1h'Main Sireei W
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FOR MEN AND BOYS
HEAD TO FOOT
157-159 N. Main St.
The Store of Personal Service
FASHION PARK CLOTHES
FINANCE YOUR AUTO
Elmira, New York
Chemung Valley Milk
Pasieurized Dairy Producis
A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
is one ot the best assets a younq
man or woman can possess.
We compound your interest
four times a year
The Elmira Savings Bank
218 East Water Street
"BEST BET'S BUICK"
See the New
and Wear Diamonds
1940 A L P E R T ' S
CREDIT IEWELERS and OPTICIANS
Silvertown Motor Co.
Church at Baldwin St. Elmira
l SE, E, W ,ee e, Y,i-E
' DON WILLIAMS l '
AIR CONDITIONED or
DINING ROOM SUPERIOR SERVICE
Harry Springer at the
Church and Hoffman Sis.
F M HOWELL 8 CO
Swan 51 Son-Morss Co. Inc.
lN SURANCFI ALL LINES
Corner Lake of Vlfater Streets
Elmira, New York
Smart "Carolyn" Frocks
and Class Day
1.64 E. R. YOUNG
lfl1l1VllUI'Y lVll:frrif11s Coxmwlelo
85l E. Church St.
Lawn, Garden and Flower Seeds
Dog Food and All
222 W. Water Sl.
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A f.'o-mfuvzltiorlul UllilVl'f.9l.fW' ufilh tl
IIlICA'gl'ULlIlll of ninety years' svrvim'
to xlrllvrirflrz youth.
Otters, under its new program, a
broad general education in the first
two years, freeing the last two years
for concentration, pre-professional
and professional specialization.
Full information on request. Please
H. W. HOLTER, Registrar,
TP I THE BENDIX
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ave , ,ef , eo.:
everythlng from .ff
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to R fx is-J 1 connections
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Come io den or threaded laundry-tub faucet . . . water-
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'Vtf here the Best is alway served
IPIIIAIII of 1.'lrurc'h and lfnler Slreetsl
tight . . . disconnects in an instant. You have
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ing can't pull apart-stands as much pressure
as the hose itselt! You can twist it freely
'round and 'rouncl, because of its unique
SWIVEL action! Use it in the qarden, the
laundry, on sprinklers, or to connect several
lengths of hose. Ask your dealer tor a de-
ECLIPSE MACHINE DIVISION
Bendix Aviation Corp.
Elmira, N. Y.
BEST wrsHEs TO
THE CLASS or '40
Your future transportation will be
. assured with miles of happy
I traveling when you graduate
CI-IEMUNG CANAL im Q new
TRUST COMPANY I Porto
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Member Federal Reserve System t i
md y CLLITE MOTOR CO.
Federal Deposit Insurance y
COFDOTCIUOU J is ready to serve you at all times
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Printery, Inc. 1 C E
"Printing for Every Purpose" C R E A M
DIAL 2-2787 .ll1IIIllf!ll'1lIfl'Il
218 Baldwin Street' Elmira' N' Y. Umfvr SI'IlIfl'Sf Lllllllfllffif-Y
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Whatever choice of material or finish: type design, or size of
. plot, you will find that our personified service built out of Tradi-
tion Training and Experience qualifies us to help you plan a
distinctive tribute or a balanced program.
Satisfaction is assured when careful planning precedes decision!
MILNE S MEMORIAL STUDIO
H EATH tElm1ras Only Rock of Ages Dealerl
llO5 Walnut St Elmira, N. Y. Dial 5569
N Build While you live-Leave not to others a choice rightly yours!
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Growers of Cut Flowers, Potted Plants I
921 Hoffman Street
Phone 2-0335 Elrnircr, N. Y.
Oldsmobile Soles omd Service
Fox ond Carroll Streets
ELMIRA, NEW YORK
357 DAVIS ST.
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SHORT 0F YOUR GOAL 4
It your qool is business don't stop until
your business preparation is complete.
Only technical trainina in a school ot
advanced business education can in-
sure payina, responsible positions, R.
B. l.'s Placement Department secured
Over 1200 iobs for qraduates in l939l
Longest Soleetion Ol Sport Shoes COMPUMENTS
in the Southern Tier Ol
S WIDTH53 Blue Goose Gift Shop
to AAA. H Y , .. H. Q
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209 COLLEGE AVE.
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RICHFIELD I-llfOCT!XNE GASOLINE
ELMIRA OIL CO.
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Class of 1940 -
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May your future bring you
much happiness, and the satisfaction
of great achievements
lszard's enjoyed your visits during the past year. We
like to see so many attractive girls and boys in our
Tea Room. That's one reason Why we serve Elrnira's
largest Sc Coca Cola. We enjoyed watching you
dance in the Tea Room when We celebrated the
opening of our Teen Shop with a "Iam Session."
fEven though you made us feel a bit old-fashionecll.
We hope you will continue to make Iszarcl's your
favorite shopping center in the future, and that our
relations may continue friendly and satisfactory.
to be Thrifty
S T 0 K E L Y 'S
Complete Line of
CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES
A ORDER FRo1v1
CHEMUNG COAL CO.
E1rnira's Larqest Coal Co.
The Music You Want
When You Want It
Popular and Classical
358 N. Mum st., Dial 9151
I-I. STRALISS, INC.
121 Main St., Elmira
Outfitters to Men
and Young Men
White Star Coach Line
116 Fox St.
BUS SERVICE BETWEEN
5191.00 one way--51.80 round trip
Lv. Elmira-7:00 A. M.: 11:30 A. M.: 3:30 P. M.
Lv. Ithaca-9:00 A.M.g 1 P.M.g 5 P.M.
Leave from Rathhun, Lanqwell, Mark Twain
Hotels and also Charter Service or
Special Trips to Any Point
Call 4100 or 8879
Operated hy Stanley and Iohn Mekos
HOOD FURNACE CO.
514 Park Place
Elmira, N. Y.
Your Chysler-Plymouth Distributor Pepspcola Bottling CO.
Luckenbill Motor Co., Inc.
108 E. Church St. Phone 9105
Elmira, N. Y.
I International Harvester DRINK
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International Motor Trucks
y 'OT Phone 2-1713
I 656 STATE STREET
i ELMIRA, N. Y. Hmm' N' Y'
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Compliments ot STUDENTS
IEUDDICK S Q
384 Norton Street Particularly
H. L. Tallman, Prop.
OUR RECORD of holding Customers
continuously over many years is our
C. A. Petrie Coal Co., Inc.
l9l E. Washington Ave.
A. D. DUNCAN
217 W. WATER
Lile Insurance and Annuities
THE UNION CENTRAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Security tor the American
Family Since l867
C. HARRY GILFETI-IER, Gen. Agent
Elmira, N. Y.
Henry W. Streeter
608 William Street
Elmira, N. Y.
ROAD T0 SUCCESS
Finish high school first -f then specialize.
Rider College offers this advice to young men
and women who aim to enter the business l
ld. It 's b d 75 ' f ' 1
Xfolmtninfl blif.9SSnexeCQi3fl.Oifllfiiifi MITCHELL BROS.
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HQME FINANCING SCl'1aI1alC61' S Diners
Elmira, N. Y. Wellsboro, Pa. 1
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SAVINGS E3 LOAN ASSN.
220 E- Water St. Good Food is Good Health
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F ' ' T ' 1 - V H F YY Y iQ'
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Elmirds Oldest Furniture
Elmira Wholesale Grocery Und Rug Sm? I
115 E. Water St.
DIEHL 6 BAUER . . R .
Salesman-This is the type of washing
machine that pays for itself.
Mqnufqcturers of Mrs. Stott-Fine! As soon as it has made
the last payment, sencl it out to my house. 1
High Grade Blank Books --LQ?
Loose Leaf Binders and -
Record Blanks Mr. Colgan-when do the leaves he-gin t
Binding of Magazines and Art Work to turn?
Art Rutan-The night before uams start. 1
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has money in this Bank.
A Checkinq Account saves
time and energy.
An Interest Account is
money instantly available
and always par.
Build up your contact with
us for future Bank Credit.
ELMIRA BANK E3
Main Office, 150 Lake St,
Merchants Office Elmira Heights Office
South Side Office Horseheads Office
A Marine Midland Bank Member F. D. I. C.
ELMIRA ARMS CO.
Elrnira's Most Interesting Store
117 N. MAIN ST.
973 Hoffman St.
Edward Clauss, Proprietor
PERRY 8 MAXCY
of all kinds
Perry Insurance Bldg.
Corner Baldwin 6. East Second Sts.
Father-lVhen Abe Lincoln was your age
he was making his own living.
Torch Lewis-Yes, and when he was your
age, he was president.
Mr. Schwcnkler-Every day we breath
oxygen. VVhat do we breath at night?
G. I-1.81. T. KELLY
Fixtures Appliances Supplies I
415 W. First Street
Elmira, N. Y.
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Kobacker Furniture Co.
Elmira, N. Y.
Class of 1940
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