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

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Grace li. Miller Art .Xdvisor ....... Terresa Cameron I I pledge allegianee to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it standsg one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Wrwgfgl Zlnuvua Qaee U. S. ARMY Jones, Clarence Blend, Grover fAir Corpsj Roff, Gerald QAir Corpsj Peachey, Geo ge fAir Corpsg Ryan, Eugenel QAir Corpsj Rynders, Harpld Smith, Francis Van Keuren, lLeonard Collins, Edward Culver, Willialm l Prechtl, Richalrd fAir Corps Lagonegro, jdlius Newton, johm Swag ,llama Ra!! "-2 vi, ,ffx V- ,. U. S. NAVY Holden, Eugene Donelson, Stanley Lipshutz, Philip Dean, Raymond Mitchell, XVard MacDonald, Vlfilliam Nowaczyk, Robert Raneiwiez, Robert Robinson, Charles Saxton, Richard Shepard, Jack Simpson, Daniel Trifoso, Peter Weigle, Paul XVhittaker, Floyd U. S. MARINES Loll, Thomas Rosebrook, james f 'TORCH BE A GUIDING THE DIM CORRIDOR AID US IN RECALLING HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR FACULTY SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN ACTIVITIES ATHLF,7l'IQS ADVEIITISEMENTS .lust as lczulcrs arv important during' a gm-:ml war, so are lhcy indispensable during' our rlimcult ycars through High Srhoul. llr, Ilclmkzunp is an l1llSllI'll2iSSL'il lczulcl' who has lakcu zm honest intcrcst in every indivimluzll who has nccrlcal assislzuwc. Ncvcr flicl he fail to givc us thc IICCCSSJIFB' :iid :mel czlcmlragc- ment tu holp us carry cm. XXI- tlu- class uf 1944, now snlutc Ilr. Ilclmkzuup who 11:15 hclpcrl to make our stay in the lflmirn Ifrcc .Xczulclny om- of thx' must l1lClIl01'IlIllt' Sl1lQ,'L'S of our lifu. 45,19-'gffF.15La-w'F'14f:', Q f 1 i l TO THE SIfNIOR CLASS or 19441 l In Axisicountries, subjects exist for the State. They give blind obedi- ence to orders. There is little chance to rise out of the social group into which they are born. Their minds are conditioned, their tongues are held in leash, their spirits are bound within limits. They do not dare question the activities of dheir leaders. Youth is trained to do the will of a dictator in a totalitarian stlate. In Amefica, the State exists for its citizens. You participate in the government. lYou may rise in social status, wealth, and power to the de- gree that your capacities permit. Freedom of speech, freedom of religion. freedom of pblitical action are your birthright. Your leaders are responsible to you for their words and deeds. Youth is educated for a free citizenship in a democracy. l This contrast points out the issue in the present world struggle: free- dom for the human mind and spirit, the right of the individual to develop to the full his talents and abilities and to make the most of his opportuni- ties. These arte the things for which we fight. Patriotism demands that each of us does all he can to win the war. We feel the urge to forego normal pursuits and engage in some activity di- rectly relatedl to the obvious tasks laid down for our armed forces. It is, therefore, sometimes hard for us who remain in school, whether as teachers or pupils, to alccept our present duty, to do the daily task that confronts us to the best of our ability. l A long far means that many now in school will in course of time be called upon o replace those who have gone before. For them, schooling is as truly a period of preparation as basic training is for a private in the Army. Whether the war be long or short, this country of ours will need youth well pirepared to carry on with energy and optimism the normal peacetime pursuits that will lift the level of man out of the slough of war's destruction. T0 win the war and be unable to achieve this result would be ironic. To each bne, comes the clear challenge to make the most of the oppor- tunities that the moment affords. Restless daydreaming and careless indif- ference play into the hands of the enemy. As good Americans, let us do our part-now. To all of Jpu, as you come to the close of your high school course, your teachers extefid best wishes and the hope that you will be active partici- pants, in peace as well as in war, in building a better world. l l i l ' Ma, Gaia, -Q., . .J V., i' l.41m'4'l lunxm-S iw XIV. lzulv. who hui 1-.zalvllwl mu' I1 Illl' YCZITS ut lH'lPQl'CSS : - ' iulcrcsl mth Irlvwilx' xml Iulptul .xml 14+ xxlnml xx NlIlk'l'I'L' Ql'Ill ill uh-. 'v vxlullml um' must Ma. Kala, X Um' hc:11'tu-sl z1pp11-0111114111 lu XII Kcrlin whu has L'lllhl1Si2lSliL'ZlHf' Ink 2111 i1llL'l'L'SI in um' school uclivillu 1lm'ing :nur slay :il thc .Xczlch-z11y'. . --, Mu. ,ANTHONYISCHXVENKLER, MISS GRACE MILLER TO MISS GRACE MILLER AND MR. AN- THONY A. SCHWENKLER, FOR THEIR UNTIRING AND FAITHFUL ASSISTANCE TO THE SENIOR CLASS, VVE GRATE- FULLY AND SINCERELY DEDICATE THIS "TORCH." ' '- :Z H . r , Q v Q I 5 J., Jilfi Q ,X J 'Ln , -+A 4 Q . Q 4 '. J' ff QE: Q, 4nf H1 AU, 'L va :abil 21 1.15. 4 1. u",-, ml., ff ' xg ,S fu-I F I I I X 1 'x , V1 4 , , . .4 . .5 -f V a 5 'Y-1' L 1 .Q- 5. mf wwf: . 3, I. ey, -2 E F 5 Q. -.s L' A af Sitting: Colgan, Danielson, Cady, Helmknmp, Parry, WVeuver, Patterson. .' :im inf: .'1'lwen' vi: lil , "uv ' 1' 'l ' 1' H X ' Nt l Nl lil Xl ll I lttl, l.ltts, Allen, Hlllltltll, Langwortlly. l,rolcop. Maindllllzlll. N4-wi CNGLISII bf Kathryn Daly, .X.ll. bln-annctte P. lleuel. .'X.lZ. , . x .lolin la. Lolgan, A.li. Dorothy lXla,rti11. All. Rose Kingston. A.l1. Cirace li. Miller, lXl..X. Alice Scott, All. lftla ll. Stauterman. MA. Xliinifrecl Preclitl, A.ll. Rachel M. llowen, .X.ll. Celia lf. Hutchinson, lit JCl.Xl. SCIICNCIC Napoleon lllancliettc, B l,.X Carolyn M. llolgcr, .X,l1. Mary ll. Cady, A.ll. 'lulia l.. Collins, MS. Helen NY. liclson, A.l1. M. lleatrice lfspey, A.l Isobel lX'lcCartl1y, lXl.A. Kathleen Miller, l'l1,ll. Clara Munson, eX.ll. Yecla Spolm, HS. Kenneth XVeaver, MUX. hlulia Y. llrooks, A.l1. ! J. Marion McCarthy, .-XII. Ray XY. Slierman, .X.l!., l'li l QX N? if 1? 11141 XI N Siting: Vulunxings, Scott, Milla-r. lluly, Yun Duyn, Szultowl. '4t:unmIin5:: Vnrm-liux. llutm-luinwrm. Huw'-11. Killuxtnm. IN-nm-n, l'::r'k. M1-1'urtl1y. Mitvlwll. KIUIJICRN I..-XXlil'.VilfS LATIN bluliza ll. l!wmI4s, .-XIX, l.t'l12l IE. Lugzm, .'X.l!. Nl, l1c:1t1'icv lfspvy. AX.l1. Nlilfillll 1Xlk'C2il'lhj', 4X.l' i'l:u'n IJ, Xlunsmm, ,X.I3. NlZlI'iC 1XlcNzmm1':1, Xl' Xl-11:1 SINPINI, AX.I1. SCHCNCIQ Nl.X'l'lHQ1XlAX'l'lc'S Sylvia K. lk-1'z111L-14, Nb MMF H. VUWIML HSA k VA I1ill1n1,X.C:uly, I!.S.,I'l1 I mimlmh Umwmlv K , ,'.ll1lll'5' l5m1clso11. lzm Ruby llupkins. ,X.Il, f llclvn Ixmgslrm. ILS. " . . Q U. .. , 1 Kl:1rySlvxx':11'l, ILS. NIM I' 'Mm' XL' tflhliw Y gmt! X12 SIL-plwn IYITIIUPIJ, MS. lIzn'riL'1 XXRXUII, .X.l5, AXIIUWID' AX. Svhwcl 4 ' SIUIDIIUII l'rukrqu, RIS, I.ll!lQ.'XIQT.-XX ilvurgv l,. Ncxx111:u1, ILS. lflizznln-111 lflfllvmlgc. lib er ,ji SITIIHLEI l.uly. Sr.nur4-rum N1 I I SVzlr14Ii11:'2 IQIIXUII. XI II Iiulgn-13 KYixu Ibuullv. Ilwgvkinx. NIMH--nm, Iiwmkx. fHNIKIIfIQL'I.XI. I IIOKIIC IfIf6JNUNI Im1'u1I1y KIIIIIIINIIIQS. ILS. Iwm. M4 Ummm., XIAlI'Q1ll'L'I fllI'llL'IlllS, ILS. .Mlm H' xxvwl I I1z:1ImclI1 IICNLTII, .NIL Q X I, N . . 1'1. llU"', ,., xlmlf.-I1 51. Img, Mm. 'I' UW .. , , r ., Xllllll 3I11CIllt'l'Il5', ILS. Immllk IX' Um lIwl'l I'21IlCl'S411l KI.S. . ' . K. .' '.XI. ,XIVIIS Illznm-11:1 52llllUl'1l, ILS.. XIHX. I XXL X I ucillc Q11lUIM'I', ILS. ,XIIIIIUIIX KI. Iilww I S Nlzargsm-I Ilmmlmc, .'x.l:. IQUIM-1-I Ilgmlnm- Xlmz' II' l"lkm'I' IL5' Yirgil IL I.z111g'wm1I1x NI X I INIQ U41-5 fin-urge I., Ncxxmm I S , . I sux' I'z1rI4. I.. S. ' mg I Icrrcsn k:1111c1'1v11, IL., . I'IIYSIL'.XI. ICIJL'ifX'I'IC9Y X1'lI1u1' II11'sl XVIII Ycil .X. Nlckl illzm lay I.. 'I'ucI4cr II il'f"llt'l'lIC XzmIJ11x'n, KIUX. N . Hlivcr Blvcrs, IL S. Izmx XYIIIIII-V, RIS. II1m1L11L.KI..X 'XZIIIHIQHII I: XI ' ' if 172:- X x L . 5 A , 1 -. 1 Y ' p A . . f , v F x K 1 9.5152-slRf,1.i.5uim::sK:ym,a1,.:s.::!ie,gf.,,:- WA . ., K J- g.uE43-mhfnmnefx-ma we 1 1 u 3 F! 4 2, r 'K W, . ,f M -1 ' 5wn'r"" J 1 1 i seam elm Jfazw, Oni a bright morning in September of the year 1940 we timidly entered the school vsihere we were to spend four of our most memorable years. We accom- plished something when we elected Richard Roemmelt, Presidentg Nancy Ken- nedy, V ce-Presidentg Grant Pealer, Treasurer, Hope Smith, Secretary. As Freshies we were quite active, despite our titanic struggles. In your Sophomore year we elected Tom Sullivan, Nancy Kennedy, Grace Quinn, and John Sullivan to the offices of President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. Skating parties and carnivals were the highlights of our second year. ig Donning the traditional red andvwhite, we proudly chose John Sullivan, June Curran, Joyce Hanlon and Thad Carpenter as officers. On Junior Day j' we had the privilege of hearing Father Schwab. In the evening we held the Jun- A ior Prom with Virginia Knuth and NValter Cornell as co-chairmen. J At last we are Seniors! Like old veterans we proceeded with the ritual S of election. Roderick Prechtl, Joyce Hanlon, Thad Carpenteiiand June Curran were installed. Then we really got going! One of the most popular events of the ii year was the Student Council Carnival with Roderick Prechtl and Joyce Hanlon reigning ras King and Queen. In January Alice Diveny and Tom Iszard were co- chairmerf for the Torch Dance. Sweet memories! The "Holiday Hop." the skat- ing party and the "May Dance" rounded out a most successful year. Then we , imparted our good cheer to the school by presenting a super Senior Musical K, with Charlotte Rutty and William Murphey as co-chairmen. Lois Hamilton and James Cronin were the stars of "And Came the Spring," our noteworthy Senior Play. The cast gave perfect and public evidence of their ability. The highlight of the whole year, however, was Senior Day, followed by the Senior Banquet, a memorable event which the members of the Senior Class will never forget. if With graduation only a few weeks in the future, we are beginning to real- J ize what our four year career has meant. Now we are sorry to leave, for wg will greatly miss our li. F. A., so "dear to us always." . , , 'ii 20 ai fi 1. gl 'N i fgiipgggl T '.,, ,Q . ,it .". sag ,. .. 4..j4.i.k ci i t Q Joyc E HANLON, THAD CARPENTER, RODERICK PRECHTL, JUNE CURRAN Roderick Prechtl Joyce Hanlon June Curran Thad Carpenter President .,..,,,,, Vicel-President ..A,,, Secretary ....,,7,, Treasurer .,.... .,... Dear Classmates: It is hard to believe that nearly four years have passed since we made our wide-eyed entrance into the busy halls of the Elmira Free Academy. Yet the experience and knowledge gained through these years cannot be measured in terms of time. When we gone by, howev our friends and who have left u. and hope that, ir We thank and assistance, X entered high school, the war seemed very remote to us. As the years have er, its meaning has become unmistakably clear through the loss of many of classmates to the service. As we prepare for graduation, we wish these boys s to know that we regard them as the honored part of our graduating class, 1 spirit, they are taking part in all our activities. Dr. Helmkamp and the members of the faculty for their unflagging interest vithout which we could not have successfully reached our goal. The value of their influence W Now, witl the threshold 0 May Almighty of our service i f 1 U ill be more fully realized by us in the years to come. 1 the strains of our "Alma Mater" growing fainter, we are about to step upon life, confident of our ability to meet the reponsibilities that are awaiting us. Sod watch over us and keep us from harm so that we may enjoy the fruits a better, happier world. i Sincerely. ROD PREC HT L K AHICR, l,OL'lSl-I ' l 11.4, Hill V111mstentatiously ettieient . , energetic working' hzxbits . trzuiquil. , I l l 1 l .fXlJAIXlOX'IL'll, M.-XIRY lieorgci XYz1sl1i111:to11 "Dolly" . . . slim and tri1n . . . "Oh, my hair!" . . .l always nice . . . intelligence with fl capital .XIJIJ1-XIHZU. 1f1111.1.11' Georgd xxvaflllllgtllll i Makes friends easily . . immov- able object . . . unex eeterl humor . . . versatility well-Eippliecl. Varsity Football 3, 4I: llliflfllllllfill liasketball l, 2, 3: Xllrestline 3, -1. 1 l .x111c1,xNt'12. sx'1.x'i.-x , xo. ll Soft-spoken . . . spprkling eyes . . . gets around . . . zz ,blonrl Yenus. Agora l, 2: Vintlex 3, 43 ,Xs- soeiate lid. Vinflex 4. I l l .-XNl7lil'iXYS. lllilllil George Nl. lliven l"rien1lly . . . generonis . . . zlaeirl . . . intelligent. ' 1 l l .xxc.1-,1.. Jlf.,-KN f George Nl. lliven Youthful charm . . .ia rlelielnful eompztnion . . . lustrous flarl: hair . . eyes to match. ' l ,Nw v-1 P -9 . se - ik 11:-3 i 3 Ig fs.. Y?-r -'El 22 IRA- S l 'CS' ii' ,-XPHXOXVICH, RliGlX.'X St. QA2lSlllllI"S L'l1a1'n1i11g smile . . . always in the center of things . . . easy to get along with. iii-Y l, Z3 Ushers' Club. ll.-XCt'Il.lf. .NNCZICLINIC St. .AXutl1ony's H.'hllf.llL'u . . . jovial laughter . . . quiet sincerity . . . sports-minclecl . . . 11 head for business. Tri-Y lg Italian Club lg Ushers' l'lub 4. IZA K li R, IJOROT H Y St. Ll2l5illllI"S Reliable . . . good naturetl . . helpful . . . optimist . . . mild. Ushers' Vlub 4. HA KICK, LUIS George XYz1sl1i11gto11 .-Xlwzxys on top . . . stimulating eyes . . . at sparkle that rings true . . . full of fun. .-Xgora Z, 3, 4, Student L'ou11eil 1: Torch liusiness Staff. ll.-XRROXYS, l3lC'l"liY George XYasl1i11g:to1i Creative genius . . . 21 trllll little llllllllwl' . . . fun loving: itleas . . . a pleasant countenance, Student Council 3, 4: 'l'ri-Y l, Z, 3, 43 Stylus 3. H:l'.l.lt., l'.l.lL-Xl5l'.ll'l No. 1 v- jitter and tlitter . . . hep with pep . . . 'tOl1, you know what?" . . . sweiter girl, filee Llub l, 2, 3, 4: Llion' 3, -l: ti. ,-X. 1-X. l: Torch Business Stull. BENSON. ANNA Thomas K. Beecher Exceptional on the dance floor . . . sports fan . . . sparkling vitality. Orpheus Club Z fPres.l3 Choir 4. IIICRNAIEIQI, ,IEANlC'l"l'l?1 St. Anthony's "jan" . . . otiice worker . . . "live wire" . . . friendly . . . nice to know. Tri-Y 1: Italian Club 11 Ushers' Club. IIOMBARGICR. C.-XRROT. George M.. lliven Loads of pep . . . happy smile . . . willing to help . . . integrity . . . fair complexion ringing laugh. Tri-Y 3: Ushers' Club. IRON SIGNOR li. A NTO I N li'l"l' li St. Mary's A pretty lass . . . magnetic per- sonality . . . trim neatness . . . merry chuckle . . . True friendship. G. A. A. 4. ISOTNICK, GlfRTRUDlC George Xl. Diven Sincere friendliness . . . composi- tion for an office . . . amicable man- nerisms . . . "Gertie" has com- mercial interests. Library Council 3, 4 tPres. 411 Ushers' Club. X 1 llONYl5RS, ROHICRT i M Thomas K. l-Beecher Mop of, curls . . . Hashy sport coats . . . robust physique . . . perpetual good humor . . . athletic- ly inclined. Stylus 1, 23 Football 23 Bowling 43 Intramural Basketball 3, 4. '35, ,rw T fig 'il 23 ft HRION. GICR.-XI.IJINlf George XYashington Flirty . . . complaisant . . . pros- pective secretary . . . exquisite personality . . . "Gt-rry." ISROXYX. lil-IX'lCRI.Y Xo. 2 Refined . . . lady of journalism . . . distinctive charm . . . vigorous . . . sophisticated. Yindex l. 2, 3, 4: Xlasquers Z, 5' t heerleader 3. BROWN. EMILY George XYashington Freshly charming . . . easy going . . . with a smiling face . . . air minded. Hi-Y li Ushers 4. BROWN, IFR.-XNCIQS St. Peter and Paul's An attracting personality . . . a catching snnle . . . composed for action . . . cokes. IZROXYN, JOSEPH Thomas K. Beecher "Jo-jo" . . . rippling muscles . . . Athletic versatility . . . every one that knows 'im likes 'im . . . Imper- turbable. Football 2, 3, 4: Track 31 Intra- mural Rasketball I, 2, 3. 4: Torch Business Staff. IIROXYXLOXY, HR.-XDl.liY Ko. ll "XYie geht's" . . . the hair that won't lie down . . . sagaeious . . . con- servative ideas. Student Council Z, 4: Alpha Hi-Y J. r lll.'t'L'SKl, KATHRYN Tlionizis K, lleeeher Delightful . . . sineerf . . . always reinetnbers a friend . W. . abundance of generosity . . . industrious. 'l'ri-Y 3: Glee l'lub 1521 Ushers 4. l I I HLYJNO. PICARI. Georg! XYashington .-Xn answer for everylhing . . . an interesting personality . . . over- flowing vivaeity. i Tri-Y l, 2, 3, 43 Viliieina 2, 3. 4 lL'orr, See. -ll: Llshers' Club: Masquers 3. l l i t l1l'Xlilf. ROIIICRT, 'lihoinas K, lleeeher . . . i . Hlhhging ways . . . lll,'lL'lllQt'llL'L' and fonnnon sense . . L praetieality . . . never a word tt1o many. P mx 12s'1'1e.Axim, Ati N Georgie XYashington Talent of typist . . l quiet refine- ment . . . thoroughf. . . casual, good nature. 1 i l'shers' Club 4. ' E VA N'l'lil.l.A, AXTGI Nli'l"l'li lSt. :Xnthony's lieautiful hair . . . stnooth clothes . . , well groomed .,. . sunny dis- position . . . winning smile . , . v l lf-XP.-XRL'l.O, RUllliR'l' L St. l-eeilia's Steadfast dependability . . . well eontrolled inuseles , . . "Patsy Plates" right hand nihn . . . obvious abilities. I Intramural liasketlmall 2, 3, 4: Football 4: llasc-balll3. l CARD, ALTHEA George M. Diven "The girl with the smile" . . . quite a "Card" . . . coke addiet . . . tlirtatious. CARPlCN'l'l'IR. THAD George Washington Taciturn . . . pin-up boy . . . popular . . . Thad "gets around" . . . Air Corps. Band 1, Z: Track 33 Ritle Clubg Interclass Sports: Torch Business Stattg junior and Senior Class Treasurer. CARR, Nl .-XRILYN George XYashington "Mae" . . . secretary . . . witty . . . resplendent . . . reassuring, K4.XlQlQUl.l., .-XXXIC No. ll "Got your English done" . . , gift of gab , . . mocking laughter . . . vivaeious personality. CASEY, L'HARL1iS St. Patriek's Straight-forward personality . . . brunettes preferred . . . gentleman- ly ways . . . "Ball in the basket" -Z points! Intramural Basketball 1, Z, 3, 43 Football 3. CICS.-XRI'I. ANNE St. Ceeilia's "Annie" . . . the triple threat . . . ready and able . . . droll humor. Ushers' Club 43 Senior Class nom- inating eonlnuttee. CHRISTENSEN, BETTY Thomas K. Beecher Loquacious . . . our "Blondie" . . . military interest . . . never a dull moment . . . "bonuie blue eyes." Ushers 43 Cinema Club 1 3 Photog- raphy Club Z. CHRISTOFARO, ALBERT St. Anthony's "Chris" . . . ambitious hopes . . . logical thinker . . . candof . . . all 'round fun-finding. Bowling 2, 3, 4. CHURCH, RUTH No, 11 "Red" . , . industrious . . . genial . . . merry . . . tempermental . . . "El Cor special." Library Council 1, Z, Tri-Y l. 2: Photography Club 1, 2. CIERI, DONALD St. .-Xnthony's "Cieri" manner . . . all-around sportsman . . . "Buster" . . . slow and easy . . . imaginative. Football 3, 4: Intramural Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4: Softball 2, 3: Box- ing 3, 4. CIERI, TERESA No. 11 Mild . . . vigorous . . . affable . . personable . . . serene . . . nursing interests. CLARK, JANE Ilion, N. Y. Merry laughter . . . Competent . . . likeable . . . co-operative . . . poise . . . a pleasing person- ality. Choir, l. 2, 3: Ushers' Club -1: Tri- Y 4. fi 25 12+ COLEGROVE, ROSS George X'Vashington NVinning personality . . . constantly chewing gum . . . sports plaid ties . . . "Fiend for education." COLEMAN, JOSEPH George M. Diven Girl-shy . . . easy-going . . . home room clown . . . likeable . . . Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. COLLINS, EDVVARD George Washington "Eddie" . . . reticent . . . l-A in the Army . . . "VVho, me?" . . . amicable. COLLINS, NELSON Elkland, Pa. "School? What's that?" . . . yet Pete's bright . . . always on the spot . . . musical. Intermural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 41 Boys' Glee Club 35 Choir 33 Football Z, 3. co1.I,soN, ROSEMARY St. Ceeilia's Brilliant . . . a super-duper student . . . winning smile . . . self-con- trolled. Bowling 2, 3, 4. COM FORT, VIRGINIA George VVashingtou Home-Ec. interest . . . sense of responsibility . . . casualness . . . good companion. I I CONTINI. ,lOSlil'1:'llNli George W'ashington Bell-like tones from the accordion . . . astounding bropvn eyes . . . dark, good looks . . . continual chatter. Cinema Club 2, 3, All Ushers' Club 4 I ' I I CORIHi'l"l', JOAN 'l'hoinFs K. lleeeher Marked for successk . . athletic . . . everybody's pal . . . scholastic. 'l'ri-Y l, 2, 3. 4: G. A. A. l: Basketball 2, 31 Softball 2. 3. I I CORLISS. TIIICRICSA ' St. Casimir's Convineing sincerity . . . no ex- tremes . . . chestt t eyes . . . ever a smile . . . Iihputian. Ushers' Club 4: Basketball 4. I I CORNICLI., NY.-XI.'llliR Geor 'e XN'ashington Tall . . . Dark . . . Mausome . . . Quite the ladies' man . . "Four Roses." I Photography Club ZI: Cinema Club Z, 3: Student' Countcil l. I I I COURT, ROlilfR'li I No. 9 "Corky" . . . neat lresser . . . a gusty laugh . . . l 'althy appetite . . . innumerable fri nds . . . plays a superior French torn! Hand 1, 2, 3, 41 RIF. A. omits- tra 3, 4. I I I I I CRABll.l., RALI' Ja iestown. X. Y. "Sprechen Sie I,Cr.ltSCl"l?H . . . well-dressed . . . .popular . . . studious . . . musilzally-minded. Orchestra 3, 43 Ban 3. 4: li. F. A. Orchestra 3, 4: orch Literary StatT. A CROXIN, JAMES George XYashington Ilusinesslike . . . popular . . . dependable . . . lofty ambitions . . . adept in math . . . girl-shy IH Student Council 4 Qllresidentl. Cl,'l.YliR. WII.I.I.'XM Riverside Sports a pair of silver wings . . . lllondie . . . works for a living . . . don't fly too high. Bill . . . CUNXIXGFIJXM, Hl'Il.liN St. Patricks Delightful to know . . . youthful charm . . . genuine attractiveness . . . unbounded in friends . . . "Div" 's shadow? Rowling 2, 31 Cinema Club 2, 3, 43 Torch Business Statt. CLIRR.-XX. JUNE Thomas K. Beecher Smile of flashing beauty . . . fem- inine allure . . . perfection in dress . . . the eyes have "It," Agora 2: Student Council 43 Vice- President junior Class: Secretary Senior Class: Torch Business Stall. CCSICK. NICHOLAS George Bl. Diven Good humored . . , away women! . . . serious in school . . . fun lovmg and happy-go-lucky. DAVIS. MARJORIIC Rreesport. X. Y. Contagious personality . . . brimful of-fun . . . calmness of manner . . . zealous . . . Marg is O.K. Glee Club 1, Z. 3. V Dl-IAN, RAYMOND George NVashington "Deaner" . . . Navy man . . . likes basketball . . . a ready smile for everyone. DHLLO ROCO, A NGELI XE St. .-'Xnthony's "Tiny", . . . unruftled attitude . . . lustrous dark hair . . . neat 'n nice. Cshers' Club 4. DICKINSON, LILAH Thomas K. Beecher Garrulous . . . horse back riding . . . sweaters and skirts . . . likeable. Library Council 2. 4. DICKINSON. VVILLIAM Thomas K. Beecher Mild mannered . . . "Millie and I" . . . immaculate grooming . , . sat- isfied with the world. DI LALLO, MARY George Vlashington Sparkling eyes . . . ready smile . . . gum hoarder CU . . . cheer- ful efficiency. Ushers' Club 4. x X . DIYEN ', A .I "H W - - S . at Arick's "glow g l' .t. . bu lingwwith ei li i snikiq. quit gal . . . -mootl es. . , Bdwlng l .33 C'1 nax 'lub 3: Ma rs . Ag 2. 3: St nt Co il 1 io usiness K ger o orcl 4. YN WX J r X DOBEK, WALTER St. Casiinir's Happy boy . . . full of spirit . . . cool and collected . . . ingenious. DONELSON, STANLEY No. ll Sea legs . . . energetic . . . com- petent . . . adroit . . . one of the best. Forum 2, 3, 4 CSec. 3, Pres. 45: Hi-Y Z, 3, 4 CTreas. 2, Pres. 33: Torch Literary Staff: Cinema Club Z, 3 tTreas. 35: Boys' State 3: Student Council 1, 4. DOOLITTLE, JANICE George VVashington Blonde beauty . . . charming . . . attractive . . . "Ah men!!" Bowling l, Z, 35 Hi-Y l. 2. DOTY, ELEANOR Xu. 2 High-voltage . . . athletic . . . personality plus . . . dynamic . . . "VVho likes school?" Student Council lg Torch Business Staffg Howling 2. 3. DUDLEY, NANCY Thomas K. Beecher 'Our orator" . . . dignity of thought . . . literary interests . . . subtle humor . . . airs of noncha- lance. Glee Club l, Z3 Masquers Z, 32 Tri-Y 1, 23 Agora 3, 4 CPres. 45. ICDXVARDS, DONALD George VVashington Quick-witted . . . joking . . . good-natured . . . Kelly's ever- faithful soda jerk . . . clicking cameras! Photography Z: Torch Business Staff: Cinema 3. w 4 LL1smx,1nnxJRhs fin-oIrge nflepenfle it thinkin 'I. . . Verity . . . inoflest mth ricnry. it I I I ICTKINIJ, IIYMAN 'llioinfis K. lleeeher lfavors absenteeism . . tunes pi- anos with skate keyls . . . argu- mentative . . . intellectual capac- ity-II. ' Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Student lfoun- eil 3, 41 lforunt 3. 4q Torch Inter- flry Staff. I I ICXY.-Xl.lJ, ll.'XRRlli1l"l' Tliomjs K. lleeeher L'nass1nning . . . nfzat . . . elli- eient . . . corclialityw-her motto. I I lfl'l'Zf3liRAl.lJ, lllifl"l'Y iSt. l'atriek's .-Xrtistieally inclinerl . . linglislh whiz . . . good tastQ . . . consci- .-ntious. I Girls' Photography ll Softball l,23 llasketball l, 23 Choir l, 3. 4: Yin- rlex 3. I I l"l.ANDliRS, l.OL'lISlC I Hencly Ave. uxYl'lCCZL'l'n . . . Chee I manner . . . patronizes the buses aily . . . var- ierl interests . . . listing friend- ships. I I I I I iwnL,nARYiuTA Thomas Open-hearted . . . ant? il pleasure to know . . :lone . . . enviable bl ic Lfshers' Club 4. 1 QF -as ft 0 . '- .. ? if..f fsgw :few . to , dm4W us- ,-' .fps 'hfl Z8 Ilf- ITURSLIN, MILIJRIQIJ Olean, N. Y. Larlylike reserve . . . thoughtful- ness . . . light anrl fair . . . friend- ly "Millie," FORT li, Nl A RIA N X li George Xl. lliven lfasy come . . . easy go , . . be- guiling . . . quiet dignity . . . eharming conversation. ITRICY. IDA MAE Thomas K. lleecher "No nicknames" . . . gift of gab . . . cutting capers . . . accom- plishecl rlancer and skater. lfRl'l'L'lll.liY. JEAN No. 2 llelightful companion . . . bloncle claintiness . . . genuine ability . . . sports fashions. lli-Y l. 21 Sturlent Vouneil l. GAIQIDNICR, MARY Rl'l'.'X Thomas K. lleeeher t'ontinual chatter . . . hates to study . . . sweetest smiles . . . ar- resting charm. G.-XRYI-IY. .XXX l.ong Islanrl. X. Y. .-X smile that brings dimples . . . social poise . . . quiet intelligence . . . a refined disposition . . . sweet and lovely. Tri-X Z3 Agora 3. 4 thee. -U: Klasquers 4: Ushers' Club 4: Yin- rlex 3. 4 lbfews lfcl. -ll: Student Council 3, 4 tYice Pres. -il 1 Torch llnsiness Stati. 5 GELOSO, SAMUEL St. Ar1thony's "Sam" . . . a good time . . . sports enthusiast . . . catching smile . . . wide popularity. Football 3, 4: Boxing 31 Intra- mural Psasketball 3: Softball Z, 3. GENGICR, MURIEL No. 2 "Mert" . . . natural leadership . . . friendliness with everyone , . . the gift of conversation . . . neat as a pm. Cinema l: Yindex l, 2. l GEORGE, JE.-XNETTE ' ' Thomas K. Beecher Honor student . . . diversified in- terests . . . steadfast dependability . . . innumerable friends. Glee Club 1, 2: Ushers' Club: Torch Literary Staff. I, 1 R V GIMRARSKI, Elll AR Alu 'X - 31 G ge U Diven l Dapper- 4. eve: ' pep . . . trim ii ness . .. . s man- ner' . heauf ' Cyn' ! GIZZI, l-ILIZABETH St. Anthony's "Betty" . . . secretarial future . . . friendly . . . "dying high" . . frivolous. GOLDSMITH, DORIS George M. Diven Charming manner . . . pleasing personality . . . captivating smile . . . neat and attractive . . . aero- nautical. GORSKY, DOROTHY St. Patriclis Coquette . . . career woman . , . artistic . . . original . . . hep to the jive. Rowling 2: Torch Business Staff. G Rl-ZEN. MARION George XYashington A'Greenie" . . . easy to like . . . amicable . . . very active . . . quietness backed by good sense. Tri-Y l. Z1 Cinema 3, fYice-Pres. 45: Ushers' Club 4: Blasquers 32 Glee Club 4. GREENXY.-XI.'l'. MARGUERIT li Thomas K. Beecher Brunette charm . . . fascinating . . . petite features . . . trim neatness . . . versatile talent. Ushers' Club 4. GREGORY, JULIA Horseheads, X. Y. Poetic . . . attractive . . . gay . . . tidy . . . "julie" is hardworking. Library Council Z: Student Coun- cil 4: Ushers' Club 4. GRI-ZSSEI., NIARY LOU George XYashington Canteen hostess . . . swift flow of conversation . . . well deserved popularity . . . quiescent manner. Ushers' Club 42 Tri-Y l, 2. GREY, HONAYEXTURE George XYashington industrious . . . well-informed . . . Esperantist . . . blond, curly hair . . . Tarzan incognito. Hi-Y 2, 3: Student Council 2. 3. I fiL'lIAl,A, IXI.-XRG.-XIRli'l' ISt. Casimir's Busy . . . clever . . . executive . . . jolly smile . . . spa kling person- ality. 5 Ushers' Club 4 t'l'rIeas.I3 Torch Business Staff. I I I GUNIJIQRMAN, IiRINliS'l' George VVashington "Gunner" . . . that h'Ircut . . . play hrst then work . . . ove of action . . . suave style. .-Xlpha Hi-Y 1, 23 Flyotball 2, 3. 4: VVrc-stling 3, 4. , I I . f t1L7SH,t.Rl Il' I f 5 Q I K IC2sii1iiif'?sl. 'Q9It.lda'Il61rCIarl cc s for E,H.SI II' . ee f . . x x V, I I St. Patrick's ..alet1.. wlcpjskztke... alwa ' C, ' K J 'Football 3, , Qoxi I 3f-Ii1tramur- al Rusk fps 1 ,- 2, .,VZg Softball it 2, 3, A Q I IL-4 ig' I 5 I fiU'I'HRIlf, PA'l'Rlf'l.-X I Active . . . live wirel. . . earrings . . . smooth clothes . . wiiming smile. I Ushers' Club 4. . I I I 1 I HADDAD, MICHAIIQI. IScranton, Pa. I Convivial . . . steadfi st . . . alert . . . "Mike" . . . st aig'l1tforxx'ard. Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3. I I I I I HAI"I,Ii'l"l', DORO 'HY Thom s K. Beecher A sense of responsibiIity . . . live- ly chattering . . . dbmestic tran- quility . . . sunny difnosition . I I HAFI.liT'I', IELSIE Thomas K. Beecher Conscientious . . . sedate . . . pre- cocious . . . punctual. Ushers' Club 41 Library Council 2. 4. HAM ILTON, I.OIS No. ll Champagne laughter . . . all Bub- bly . . . ambitious . . . dramatically inclined . . . a smile for every girl and three for every boy. Student Council I, 2: Yindex 3, 4. HAMMOND, DOROTHY Penna. Ave. Fun in a crowd . . . a trick in styl- ing hair . . . abounding congeni- ahty . . . smile of Haslung beauty. JOYJJ ' I, Ge -, Nlfayngg .u r en sl t . . .fm 4' .. l :gla- , 1 Class orchf'I ' ess Qtudent Co ictl ' Corr. Sec I Ushers CPx5!s. 41 3 X ice President Siem Llass. I-IARDER, VIRGINIA Ithaca, N. Y. Hard to know . . . hard to forget . . . hard working . . . hardly any one better. Tri-Y 2, 33 Ushers' Club 4. H.-XRDIMAN, GERALD George M. Diven 'tMike" . . . all around ability . . . quizzical expressions . . . shy on dates . . . dark and mansome! Band 1, Z, 33 Intramural Basket- ball I, 2, 3: Horace Reed Hi-Y l. HARDING. JANE Hendy Avenue "Blondie" . . . a future Portia . . . naval interest . . . always in a hurry . . . Vindex Chief . . . that's "Janie"! Agora li Yindex l, Z, 3, 4 fNevvs lid. K lid.-in-Chiefl. HAXYKINS, MADELINE St. Peter Sz Paul's "joy" . . . sunshine on our calendar . . . designing ability . . . a good sport . . . faithful . . . "Angel of Mercy". Tri-Y l: Ushers' Club 4. H ERRICK, XYILLIAM George VVash4ington Air-minded . . . smooth dancer . . . calm . . . independent . . . rollick- ing good tunes. Football 2. HILL, DOROTHY George VVashington Efficient and competent . . . ambi- tious . . . Dot's a fine worker . . . magnetic personality. Library Council Z: Tri-Y 1, Z, 3: Glee Club 4: Ushers' Club 4 tSec.H. HOFMANN, MARTHA Ellenville, N. Y. Easy going nature . . . ever depend- able . . . shy friendliness . . . the bearing of a lady. Cinema Club 3, 4 fRec. Sec. 45: Ushers' Club 4. HOGAN, MARGUERITE St. Cecilia's High spirit . . . sincere companion- ship . . . unbounded liveliness . . . a laugh and a song . . . "Marnie" is loads of fun! Ushers' Club 4: Student Council 4. 19-. -if 31 :fe HOLLENBECK, HELEN Erin, N. Y. lfnheralded accomplishments . . . service above self . . . fancy free . . . an eye toward the future. HORXYITZ, HELEN No. ll Artistic talents . . . grace and poise . . . brains plus beauty . . . Meticulous. Student Council 31 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 41 Agora 2, 3, 4: E.H.S, Or- chestra l, 2. 3, 4. Tri-Y l, Z, 32 Cinema 2, 33 Stylus Z, 3. HOSKINS, RALPH Heudy A ve. Tranquil . . . future chief drafts- man , . . powerhouse energy . . . many friends without half trying. HOXYLAND, BARBARA No. 2 An air of freshness . . . sportsmind- edness . . . graciousness . . . silent wisdom . . . high ideals. G.A.A. 4. HCTCHESON, RALPH Hendy Ave. Nothing like a brush cut . . . roguish smile . . . fun in a crowd . . . flashy ties . . . efficient editor . . . athletic versatility. Student Council lg Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 tPres. 33 3 Intramural basket- ball l. 2, 3, 43 Co-Editor Torch. HCYLER. BETTY No. Z Shy friendliness . . . refinement . . . careful coiffures . . . an even dis- position . . . sweet snule. P lSZARD,THOBLXS George NYashington "l.ig'hts, action!" lgoops. excuse meP3 persistent an patient . . . great on the gags . easy going. Photography Club!! l,. 23 Vindex Photographer 4: usmess Man- ager of Torch 4. P P jfxcoiss. wA1.'r1aR Slwenandoah. Pa. "Got your Physici done?" . .. Synthetic Sinatra . . . likes how ties . . . well-groome+l . . . interest- ing character. 1 thmr4. P JONES. MARILY P Chicago, lll. Pint size . . . smoo h clothes . . . an artistic touch . . a special smile. Girls' Photography fVice Pres.P I Stylus 3, 4 fVice Pr s. 4P 1 Ushers' Club 4. r P JUPICNLAZ, MARP ORIIE Geor e XYashington llulihling enthusiasn . . . whiz at languages . . . uncl nging loyalty . . . rosy cheeks . . P small but not unnoticed. Ushers' muh 41 'jiri-Y i, g, 3, Agora 4: Torch Business Stan 4. P P P , V -M P lxAllfX, RLIH , Thontas K. Beecher Professional ambition . . . eyes that smile . . . always wisle cracking . . . star spangled personality. P P KAIX, ANN St. Patriclis Friendly reticence . an answer for everything . . . fidelity to one . . . the inevitable pi ce of gum . . . at fetching smile. 5 P 2 KELLOGG, MARJORIE George VVashington Rates Top Billing . . . fashion ap- proved . . . steadfast loyalty . . . pleasant . . . destined to be ad- mired . . . countenance. Agora Z, 3, 4 fTreas. 35 3 Masquers 2, 3, 4 CSec.J 3 Cinema 2, 3, 4 CSec. 35: Tri-Y 1, 2, 4. KENNEDY, DONALD St. Patrick's "Our art genius" . . . universally well-liked . . . ambitious . . . hu- morous. Stylus 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNICDY, LORAINE Thomas K. Beecher Neatuess a-la mode . . . thought- fulness for others . . . dark attrac- tiveness . . . sweet simplicity. KIME, JO ANN No. ll That wide-awake look . . . happy friendship . . . trimness , . . paints and brushes . . . faithful . . . cute ways. KINNER, FAITH George M. Diven Coy glances . . . distinctive laugh . . . lady of leisure . . . out-door woman . . . whole-hearted kindness. G.A.A. 1, 23 Choir 41 Ushers'3 Rowling 1, 2: Softball 1, 2. KNAPP, WANDA Hendy Ave. Quiet sureness . . . competent . . . genial . . . coquetteish . . . portray- able. Agora 1, 2, 3, 43 Yindex 4: Ushers' Club 4. KNUTH, VIRGINIA 3 Union,Q N. J. journalistic . . . dates galore . . . she gets arou11d . . . dramatic gestures . . . sparkling eyes. Masquers 25 Vindex 3, 4 tlreature Ed. 81 Associate Ed.J. KOLB, THOMAS No. l Dapper . . . "How's my wave?" . . . sociable . . . "Smoke gets in your eyes." Forum 2. KONASIEVVICH, ANITAL George M. Diven "Ned" . . . amicable . . . artistic . . . complaisant . . . honoralble. Tri-Y 1: Stylus 3. KRUCKOVV, CECILIA St. Casimir's Frank . . . true blue . . . estirnable . . . contemplative. ' Ushers' Club 4 I' ,. V' 'J of V KRUG, L RAIXNE . . lv' Gfbf s?3 ington " is" . .' s e'et d mukgui . . s enti . .r,- i 'g erson- -' M. ncontro e ' gle. Tri- ' , 2 'pee lub' , 2, 3, 4: Ushe s'g Gr .A.x"1! 2,, 4g 'Vindex wg, S, 4- , . ,t , il" I Q' 1 M H J ,J 'X i . 1 KUMASA, JOHN St. Casimir's Keen intelligence . . , earliest en- deavor . . . deliberate thinker . . . patient forbearance. ,yan V ,- ' wr -vm LA FOND. CHARLES Kensington, Md. Charlie does Chem homework . . . once a week . . . procrastination is his hobby . . . regular guy. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Tennis 2 . . . Stylus 4 . . . Student Council 3. LAGONEGRO, JULIUS St. Cecilia's Who taught him to drive? . . . smokes Old Golds . . . likes skiing . . . "where can I get a retread?" LANDSIEDEL, RICHARD' Hendy Ave. "Rich" . . . nothing like curly hair . . . Army Air Corps . . . snoozes in study halls. LEVY, NANCY George Washington Magnetic personality . . . "Got your algebra done?" . . . neatness in a nutshell . . . sport styles. Student Council 23 Agora 2, 3, 4. LIOTINO, VITO St. Anthony's Mild tempered . . . tireless . . . steady and persistent . . . deter- mined. LIPSHUTZ, PHILIP Thomas K. Beecher A practical joker . . . extremely proud . . . takes things in stride . . . He's in the Navy girls. Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Soft- ball 2, 33 Boxing 3. I LO0NHS,ARNOL IICKJ witty . . . lawless . . . . . That's Arnie . D rge KI. Diven Always late . . . elfervescent . . . . H-XY-A-N-G Student Council 41, Football 43 Boxing 3, 4: Choi tra 2, 3. 1.Ucc1, Jos1zPH 3, 4: Orches- George W'ashing.rton forgets a friend. I A hard-working fell him, there would bg LUKE, l.ORli'l'T.A Geri Appreciated friend kindness and consid ow who never I I all were like no complaint. rue M. Diven . . . gleeful ation. giggles . . . honesty herself . . . I I I LYNOUGH,ROB?RT Get: Active . . . red hair . . . popular . . . good fellow . . rge M. Diven . studious. Stylus 2, 3, 4 fPrt+s. 3, See. and 3 Treas. 45: Choir . ary Staff. MADDAl.lCNA, R I I Torch Liter- Sli Geor e NYashington Studious . . . good slfnse of humor . . . sunshine and s' served. Ushers' Club 4. MAGAXV, l3liYliR Geor "Bev" . . . frank . . . . . . sweet as suga beaming. Tri-Y 1. Z3 Cinen Club 4, Torch llusi miles , . . re- Y e VI'ashiug'ton er bl'lIlCSCCllflll'lQ' r . . . always III. Z: Ushers' ress Staff. -'lit .34 MAKOWIEC, JOSEPH St. Casimir's Joe . . . the manners of a gentle- men . . . a flair for friends . . . able sportsman. MAKONVIEC, MARC.-XRl'I'l' St. Casimir's "Mac" . . . talkative . . . prankish . . . man hater CFI . . . chuckles. Hi-Y l, Z: Ushers' Club 43 G. A. A. 1, 4. MARINAN, MARY St. Cecilia's Chatterboxing . . . pep every step . . . shy conieliness . . . precision in dress. MAY, RUTH liast Elmira Beautiful black hair . . . delightful companion . . . likes roller skating . . . sunny geniahty, Library Council l, 23 Tri-Y 2: Ushers' Club 4. McDliRMOT'l', ALICE St. Peter and Pauls Symphony of technicolor . . . en- thusiastic . . . diligent . . . "Quiz kid' . . . vivacious. MeDliRMO'l"l', NORA St. Peter and Pauls Intelligent . . . reticent . . . one of the trio . . . full of fun, P McDERMOTT, PATRICIA St. Peter and Paul Good natured . . . business "lYl1iz" . . . competent and dependent . . she'll get along. McDONALlJ, VVILLIAM Thomas K. Beecher "Mac" . . . good natured . . . ex- tremely carefree . . . sailor. McELVEEN, SHIRLEY . Cleveland, Ohio t'Mac" . . .. style-setter . . . chic . . . witty . . . "Gimme a new rug." MCLAUGHLIN, MARY I George M. Diven A swift flow of conversation . . . whispered laughter . . . "Have you got your English done?" . . . un- ruffled serenity . . . no extremes, Stylus 2. MEDIONTE, TERESA St. Anthony's Beautiful black hair . . . dcmure . . . reserved . . . capable . . .always helpful. Italian Club l. M ENGEE, ELAINE George VVashington Gay giggler . . . "Meng" . . . smooth dancer . . . loves to skate . . . glamorous. Glee Club 1: Tri-Y l, 2. l fs.-"" MESSINA, ANTHONY George M. Diven Smiling countenance . . . quiet yet forceful . . . gets places . . . casual . . . yet intense. MICHALKO, NICHOLAS George M. Diven Here one minute . . . gone the next . . . attending school-difficult . . . sarcastic . . . dislikes fanfare. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. MILLER, JACQCELINE No. ll Small . . . friendly . . . loquacious . . . oriinal . . . prim. Vindex l, 2, 3, 4: Agora 2, 3, 4: Masquers l, 2, 35 Cinema Club 3. MILLER, THERESA Thomas K. Beecher A cheery smile and twinkling eyes . . . conscientous efforts . . . shy and sweet. Tri Y 1, 25 Usher's Club 4. MITCHELL, NVARD Thomas K. Beecher Bears up Well under pressure . . . persistent endeavor . . . mechan- ically inclined . . . meticulous in a Navy uniform. RIO.-KK, SALLY No. ll "Moakie" . . . free, white and seventeen . . . leadership . . . sti- mulating . . . popular. G.A.A. 1, 25 Tri-X l, 23 Cheer- leader 4. MoM0,1.Yxx I George XVashington Civilized NI . . . chemical concoc- tions . . . coins new bulmnpz pockets . . . ivories Tschaikowsky phrases . . . "tickles the style." Student Council Z: Torch Literary Staff. I I MORGAN, MARY St. Patrick's A reserved manner . . . pleasing quietness . . . satisfied with the world. I I I MRUK, .-xxTHoN,Sf I St. l'asimir's VVell controlled mustles . . . hard- working conscientio 'sness , . . fu- ture Marine . . . Na Intramural Basketba I I I I MURPHY, MARY Georg., "Murf" . . . popula mischievous . . . bub Tri-Y I, 2: Studen Torch Business Sta I I i I I I oleonie. l I, 2. 3, 4. FRANCES Washington records , . . ling laughter. Council 23 M URPHHY, VVI LLIA Georgie 'ngton 1 en "MurpI " . . . t t . . . wit savi . . . . . B s r1v Ja look at wooc Band 2.3. ' ' 3 2.3.43 .. .S. r Gle 'ub Z, 3: Cinema 2, 33 rum MURRAY, MARY C id t'ule I. "W CFI I.. . "VVood rches '. . 4: .Boy ' nt Co ' 3 , 3. ATHICRINE Bronx, N. Y. Always ready to go , . . vivaeious . . . "Blonde bombsltlln . . . half laugh . . . part giggl Agora 43 Cinema 41 Y 4 Ushers', Tri- 6 MUSKOVITCH, ANNA Thomas K. Beecher Independent . . . plain girl . . . earnest . . . a friendly approach . . . capable. NIQXYTON, JOHN Hopkins Street Linguist , . . ardent lover . . . pilots the "Hellcat" . . . histrionic talent. Boxing 3. 4: Intramural Basketball 3. -l. B, f,l4c,,LX,LJ NORRIS, BIZUL. H '- ok t 'George M. iveu Xi. - . . Grade A intelligence . . . unique in literature . . . sense of responsibility . . . obligmgness. Ushers' Club 4. NOIYACZYK, ROBIiR'I' St. Casimir's Carefree . . . budding artist . . . "original personality kid" . . . Ii.F.A.'s track star . . . modest. Track Z3 Interclass Basketball 33 Boxing 3, 4. OBI.liR. RALPH Thomas K. Beecher Studious habits . . . temperamental . . . woman hater CFI . . . a sudden smile . . . lively doin's . . . dark good looks. Intramural Basketball l, 23 Forum 2, 3. 4: Torc Literary Staff. 4: .'1'. If ' Y I Geor ' Vashington 'Ope,' mc ular J. orce . . . a ollow fr ei s . . ,. m s jf ' . . ne sorrowful. So ball . 3. 4, Intra al Basket ll , Z. . 4: "St ent Council . N- 956 J ORCUTT, BARBARA George M. Diven Calm and collected . . . neat . . . never dull . . . "Barb" ORVEK, JAMES Elkland, Pa. "Jamie" takes his zeros with com- placency . . . reserved but enter- taining . . . little man but catches big fish. Football 43 Glee Club 4. OXVEN, NYILLIAM George VVasluington "Bill" . . . a flashing smile . . . natural leadership . . . innumerable friends . . . a conscientious nature. Vindex 3, 4 CAdv. Mgr. 47.5 Mas- quers 3, 4 tPres. 43: Cinema 2, 3. 4 CPres. 45. PARRY, HELEN No. ll "Zippy" . . . very active . . . leader . . . initiative . . . well-liked . . . intellectual . . . our orator! Student Council lg Cinema Club Z, 3: G.A.A. 1, Pres. 4: Aiora Z, 3, 4 fPres. 3. Treas. 43g Us ers 4: Masquers 33 Tri-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CPres. 1, ZH: Vindex 1, 2, 3, 4 CBus. Mgr. 43: Empire Girl Stat Dele- gate. County Oratorical Eontest VVinner. PERRY, BETTY Hendy Ave. Smiling cheerfulness . . . good friend . . . loyal companion . . . inestimable hospitality. G.A.A. l: 44 Club 1. PIPHER, DORIS George VVashington "HgOg" . . . graceful rhythm . . . "Millie and I" . . . puns and laughs . . . Clever. ,-y...v.,, ...ii .,.7.,..,,,i. .V i -if 37 Ea- PITCHER. ROBERT Hencly Ave. Fine athlete . . . even tempered . . . better late than never . . . keen sense of humor. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Alpha Hi-Y 4. POXYERS, M ICI-IAIZL ' , "Mike" . . . never a dull moment . . . baldy haircuts . . . an outdoors man . . . boundless energyfl - Intramural Basketball l, Z. 3, 43 W Interclass Basketball l, Z, 3, 4: Interclass Softball 1, 2, 3, 4: Foot- ball 4. PRECHTL, RICHARD Thomas K. Beecher Luxurious crop of red hair . . . ready smile . . . Mrs. Cady's star pupil . . . invigorating. Student Council l, 2. PRECHTI., RODERICK St. Cecilia's Smooth dresser . . . what a feminine following . . . wants to be a surgeon but can't sew. President Senior Classg Intramural basketball I, 2, 3, 4. PRICE, MARY ANN George VVashingt0n Happy-go-lucky . . . ready co study CPD . . . witty . . . always smiling . . . her mind is in the sky. Tri-Y 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PRISLOPSKI, JEANNH Detroit, Michigan "Why?" or "W'hy, daddy?" . . . dark tresses . . . swell team-mate . . . a bright star in the artistic sky. Tri-Y 2, 3, 43 Agora 2, 3, 4: Stylus 3. 4: Cinema 2, 3, 43 Masquers 3: Ushers 4. l l PRZYDRYGA, PHiYI,l,IS St. Casimir's "Phyl" . . . shining l ir . . . spark- ling eyes . . . vivaci us . . . care- free. , 'rfi-Y 1. I I i QUINN, GRACE ' Thombs K. Beecher Companionable . . . lovely hair . . . sincere . , . "Quinnie" . . . "Set 'em up in the other alley," G.A.A. 2: Glee Cl 'fb 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, , 4: Bowling 2, 3: Softball 2, 33 shers' Club 4. RANIEVVICZ, ROBERT St. L'asimir's "Bear" . . . generous . . . unruly hair . . . silent appraisals . . . light- ning on his feet. l RANIEWICZ, THOMAS St. Casimir's Sleek, black hair . I . interest in everything . . . adeplness . . . con- genial companionshxff. l l l r I l RARRICK, JUNE Ma sfield, Penna. 1 l Domestic . . . quiet and .unruffled , . . loves parties . . amiable. REIDY, HELEN i St. Patriclis "Stubby" . . . depent ble , . . com- panionable . . . "Doe my hair look all right?" l l 6 .-.Q 5. 'WSE-l Xl .. , , .QA 4, ' t 1 ,,.. Q 5' ss . IN N 113'-' , 8 RICHARDS, FREDERICK Union, N. J. Gymnastics . . . a way with women . . . a handsome physique . . . out- standingly popular . . . sleek ap- pearance. Football 3, 43 Band 3: Intramural Basketball 3, 41 Boxing 3, 43 Vlfrestling 3, 4. ROBINSON, CHARLES Thomas K. Beecher Nary an enemy . . . quiet, good manners . . . massive muscles . . . accommodating friendliness. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3: Softball l, 2. ROBINSON, FRED Thomas K. Beecher Stability . . . "that wide-awake look" . , . Lightheartedness . . . slight build. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 39 Softball 1, 2. ROEM MELT, RICHARD George VVashington Broad shoulders . . . bang-up hoop- stering . . . plaid shirts and sweaters-his specialty . . . top flight dancer. Freshman Class Pres.g Student Council 1: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Softball 2, 3. RORRICK, BETTY No. 2 Lasting friendship . . . carefree nature . . . dependability . , . fair charm. RI.IT'l'Y, CHARLOTTE Syracuse, N. Y. E.F.A.'s thrush . , . the pause that refreshes . . . lovely to look at . . . a brilliant mind. Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Masquers 1, 2, 3, 4: Torch Busi- ness Staff. RYAN, EUGENE George XN'ashington N onehalant . . . woman-ignoring . . . a retired student . . . tall, dark, and lethargic . . . "Yea?" RYAN, JOSEPH St. Ceeilia's Affectionately called 'lStinky" . . . a friendly smile . . . immaculate appearance . . . manly qualities. RYNDERS, HAROLD No. ll Flash and dash . . . sportive . . . built like a truck . . . solid! Football Z, 3. 41 Alpha Hi-Y Z, 3, 4: Stylus 1, 2. S.-XYRE, ROBERTA - No. 11 "Bobbie" . . . radiant smile '. . . a gift of heritage . . . original imag- ination . . . pencil sketches. Agora 25 Vindex 1, Z, 3, 4 CCir. Klgrd. SCHECTER, HELEN Thomas K. Beecher "Hennie" . . . future business wom- an . . . taclturn . . . demure. Ushers' Club 4. SCHUSLER, ALICE George NYashington "Schus" . . . infectious grin . . . "Going roller skating?" . . . fun loving: . . . easy going. if 9 SCHUSLER, EILEEN George XX-2lSl'll1lQftO1l Ml-line" . . . cheerful and gay . . . carefree . . . "Fl1rt!" . . . "Hows your twin?" SCHXVENKLER, T H ERESA St. Patricks Blonde . . . blue eyes . . . intelligent . . . pride of E.E.A. . . . charm and personality . . . versatile. Ushers' Club 43,Student Council 3, Sec. 4: Torch Literary Staff: Lib- rary Council 3. SEBURA, ROBERT St. Casin1ir's Original . . . systematic . .. "Smoke" bowling champ. lntramural Basketball 1, 2. 3. SEGUR, DOLORES St. Patricks "Seg" . . . forever on time . . . eflicient . . . always laughs with glee . . . feather cuts. Stylus Club Z. C - . Ceor .I. Div '11 ulackiel'-th er hostess . . 1 lit intere: in e . . . na i' ev r de endable. 1 de , CEXc'hange li . Stylus, , C' s qu , ,4. SHLQAHANTXIKRT' SS. Peter 8: Paul's Lasting friendship . . . cooperative Splflt . . . a winning smile . . . clothes of harmony. Ushers' Club 4. SIIICRINIAX, ROIIICRT George Vtashington Short, blonde andrbouncing . customarily attends 'chool . . . will soon pose for Krenil ads. Student Council l.l F l SIIERVVGOIJ, lllCI.liX gllendy 5wenue Pleasing . . . serencl . . . sport en- thusiast . . . unassuniing . . . cordial. an-X11 SIIOIQINIAKER, -10.-XX Gebrge Rl. Iliven Grace on skates . . . a twinkle in her eyes . . . supclr dancer . . . sunuiness . . . genial carelessness. SMI I II, Al.llliRI: H insdale, New Yi ark Stzirstiazctte boy . L . gets that 98 in Math . . . a rcatly worker . . . musically-minded. lland 3, 41 Orchestra 3, 41 Intra- nmral Basketball 34 SMITH, ANNA Gebrge Xl. lliven ! . . Shy friendliness . . . a smile tor everyone . . . a dependable nature . . . calmness and sureness. Orpheus Club l, 2. I I SMITII, IY.-XX I lXimmonsburgh Athletic . . . wonddrful personality . , . intelligent . . .'well-dressed. Intramural Ilasketbl-Ill, Football l. Iv Sr? SNOYER, MARTHA George VVashington jovial laughter . . . poise . . . neat- ness of a pin . . . cheerful chatter . . . bubbling vitality. Howling 1. SNYIJIQR, Iil.Slli Moscow, Pa. Ladylike . . . reserved . . .trim . . . sweet disposition . . . fun to know . . . VValtz in Ci? minor. SPALLONIC, MOLLY George NVashington Ladylike ways . . . tailored styles . . . smooth dancing . . . flashing brown eyes . . . supreme good nature. Italian Club lg Ushers' Club 4. SPIi'I'ACCINO. ANTOIN IETTE St. Anthony's Definite prettiness . . . coal black tresses . . , artistic hair do's . . . clothes a la mode. Ushers' Club SPIi'l'.-XCCI XO, PET ICR George VYashingtou "Monsieur Pierre" . . . co-operative . . . man about town . . . "'l'hat's what I said!" Intramural Basketball 2, 31 Italian Club 1. STICINIER, CARM EN Syracuse. N. Y. Diligent , . . cheery manner . . fastidious . . . stimulating . stunning smile. Stylus l, 2. l STICMPFLIC, ANN Thomas K. Beecher Smile of youth . . . blithesome . . . cheery . . . unchained energy . . . secretarial future. STOYIiR, MARY HIELI-IN Brewster, Pa. She looks shyf ?j . . . very pleasant to know. They don't call her "Smokie" for nothing. Photography Club 1, 2 tSec.l: Student Council 4. STRICKICR, KARL St. lL'ecilia's Iflashy bow ties . . . humor . . . a square prankishness. Intranmral Basketball Z. 33 Student Council 2. 3. 4. SULLIVAN, JOHN St. L'ecilia's Dapper dresser . . . "Got a pencil?" . . . foot loose, and fancy free . . . always an alibi . . . favors ab- senteeism. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Soph Class Treas.: Junior Class Pres.: Torch Business Staff. SLILLIYAN, ROBERT George VVashington Naive sincerity . . . polite reserve . . . good nature . . . "SpankyI' , . . calmness personified. Intramural Basketball l. 2. 35 Wrestling 3. SL'I.I.IVAN. THOMAS No. Z tionscientious worker , . . slick plaid shirt . . . very promising . . . will succeed. Football 1. 2, 4: Track 11 Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Pres. Sophotnore Class. lilac. jus -sa s Q i 5 5: '5- 3 ., anew-X W s"l'Y'U1 SUPPLE, ANN SS. Peter K Iaul's 7 "Better late than never" . . . knit- ted sweaters . . . clicking type- writers . . . "Me for a sailor." Tri-Y I, 21 Vindex Business Statf. swaxx, JEAN George VVashington Beautiful brown-eyed blonde . . . mastermind of the "Torch" . . . hrilliant scholar . . . likes English literaturef?j . . . a rare combina- tion. Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: E.H.S, Band 1, Z, 3, 4. I2.F.A. Orchestra I, 2, 3, 43 Agora 3, 4, tVice-Pres. 431 Stylus 3, 43 Tri-Y l, Z, 3, 4 tVice- Pres. l, Sec. 255 Co-editor Torch. SVVARTOUT. JEAN Thomas K. Beecher Jeannie blissfully ignores the cares of this life . . . ready, willing, and able . . . peppy. Ushers', Tri-Y 4. THOMPSON, EVA Thomas K. Beecher Delightful companionship . . . a smile and a dance . . . quiet charm . . . questioning eyes. Orpheus Club 1, 2. TRIZNGO, MARY St. Anthony's Friends all around . . . good taste . . . beautiful wavy hair . . . tine manners. TRIFOSA, PIZTIER George Bl. Iliven XYhiz athlete . . . winning' ways . . . deeds of prowess . . . wide popu- larity . . . spartan tenacity. Football Z. 3, 4: Boxing Z. 33 Track 2. 3: Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3: Softball 2, 3. I I I I 'l'U'l"l'l.lC, Nlll,l.lL'lCN'l' Georgie lYasliing'ton Millie . . . petite anil popular . . . sunny rlispostion . . .I rliniply smile. I I I I VAN AUKICN, SH Rl.liY Il'owanrla, l'a. attiaetive clothes "Dutchess" . . . . . . slini poise . . . glossy curls . . . naval interestsll , I I I I VAN KICURICN, l.liifON.'XlQlJ . No, ll Might in miniature I . . Il-Xw gee, fellas!" . . . iiener l Marsliall's eonfirlante . . . soeia ility . . , per- fect eo-orcliuation. , Orchestra 1, 2.3,-13 Vineina Z, 3. -13 l'f.H.S. Orchestra 2, ,, 4. I I I YIVK, ICLTGICNII I I St. t'ecilia's I Tall, clark eonunanglo . . . larlies man . . . "The voiee bf experience" . . . nxN'll0l'L' rlirl yop get that lil' black book Yinclex 4. I xvxczxlcn. SlllRl.liY I No. 2 I lllue-eyefl . . . patriotic . . . fleeo- rnin . . . eonipassionltte. J Girls' lliotograpliy 'luli l, Z, 33 I' X X17 Gletlililml 7 .I - I.. ,.., - ' , -Z Lqllilll' 43 Yinrlex 3, 43 Hi- l, 2, 3. I Xl':Xl.KliR, t'll.bXRllliS I wliolelieartefl grin ' Hopkins St. . . vateliing Co-pilot of tlie "HnIlleat" . . . a I I luunor . . . speeding cars . . . a light lieart, I I I '55 I ,i ,nu agp II -il 42 li:- if is g Q XYQXRIJ, lllET'l'li Heucly Ave.. Yim . . . vigor . . . vitality . . . rotunrl sense of luuuor . . . latest styles. WEGA, BEVERLY George XYasliuu.fton Raven locks . . . careful eoittures . . . glowing personality . . . novel expressions. G..-X..-X, lg Tri-Y l, Z. lX'liIGl,li, PAUL St. t'asin1ir's Helperl bowlers lmy sticking' pins . . . good looking' and lxlonrlel . . . not interested in woman lil . . . likes tlie Navy way! Xl'lCS'l'Vt'OOD, IO.-XX H encly Ave. Intangilmle cliarni . . . easual smart- ness . . . laugliing countenance . . . everlasting pep . . . likes rerl con- vertilmlesl Agora 2: Yinrlex 2, 3, 4 lSxelianee lfcl., News licl., Assoc. lfcl.I. XVlllilil.liR, DON.-Xl.lJ Farley Colvurn Sparkling teetli . . . very reserverl . . . artistic nature . . . smiling per- sonality . . . a knaek for aeeom- plisluucut. Stylus 3, 4 lljres. -ll. NYHl'l'lCNl'-l.tXl.l., lilJXY.XRlJ lllllflllftllbli Park "lid" . . . a good word for all . . . calm, rleliherate IlllIllg.l'lll.S . . . inan- ager of the bookstore . . . arlept 1 Fl --in iuatli. llanfl l, 23 li.l7..'X. Orchestra l, Z, 3, -lg lloys' Glue Klub lg Nlixecl Choir l. 2. ' . f 'aff ffibxyj ff yirmz, sirzv ' V 7 V orge Vllashington XX ,,. "Steve" enjoys plaidfsweafters . . . T witty . . . carefreevi,-. extremely jolly . . . eyes tghat' shine . . . "loves 'em all." Intramural Basketball 1, 21, 3, 41 ' Horace Reed Hi-Y 1, 2. 7 WILLIAMS. BETTY Canton, Pa. Alert . . . likes chocolate sun- daes . . . friendly . . . radiant. XYIXKEI., MARY George M. Diven "XYink" . . . always in hurry . . . pert . . . tantalizing eyes . . . pep plus. Tri-Y 1, 2: Bowling 3. if ir if in M A XVALTER QNIILLER A fine and friendly lad. whom we will all remember. , ir 'k 1. l., -6431? XWOOD, Perma. Ave. VVitty . . . always out for fun . . . tall strength, diminutive brain trust . . . confirmed bache- lor. Science Club 1: Chess Club 2, Vice-Pres. WRIGHT, DOROTHY Syracuse, N. Y. The pause that refreshes . . . new here . . . loads oi fun . . . etfervescent . . . outdoor type . . . pretty clothes. Glee Club 1, 2. VVOLGAST, RAYMOND Hendy Ave. Physique of a Greek God . . . slick dancer . . . trenchant . . . "drummer boy" X. . . sharp clothes . . . Football 43 Alpha Hi-Y 4: Torch Business Staff. Suniounalin ALLEY, WINIFRED HEBBE, BETTY JONES, CLARENCE ROFF, GERALD SHEPARD, JACK SIMPSON, DANIEL SMITH, WILLIAM STAMP, ELEANOR THOMPSON, ALBERT WHITTAKER, FLOYD WWW I ,. 1... , Mr... - smwqvmfwmasay For Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1944 LIABILITIES on . . e Carton of Aspirin .............................. Brtler, Office Boy and Chauffeur .... -- S. ips and Hush Money-Mr.gSchwenkler ...... .. Hnners, Parties, and Banquets for Staff Ti . Pepsi-Cola fSlX Casesj -- ......................... . Ptrsonalized Stationery for Staff .......... 91 'B" Coupons at 30c fForceful methods u Helmkamp ! U ....................................., C arettes, Matches, and Opium Pipes B il for Two Staff Members fAnd we Ar Kidding ! lj ............................................... Frank Sinatra Records ............................................... -. Insurance Policies for Staff on Date of Issue ....... ...... Printing .................................................. Binding .... C vers ' .......... P otography ....... ASSETS Refund for Pepsi-Cola Bottles ............ ......... Received for Printing Photos .......... -- R ceived for NOT Printing Photos ....... ..... A vertismg ............................................. .. Bnibes for Extra Publicity ....... Received from Sales -- ............ . V ' luntary Donations ............................ I VOLUNTARY DONATIONS .. .ps ................................................................ 3 3.62 222.99 89.17 23.16 12.10 8.20 13.14 2.70 , 33.33 111.12 .02 4,666.65 44.44 12.12 3.94 7.17 55,253.87 S 3.32 668.00 2,169.41 25.79 1,263.40 297.88 ' 6.00 820.07 35,253.87 i 5 444 ll' 4, .. , I , , Q , alma! ecalemlaa 1943-1944 September january 3 7-School opens. The da for! 23-Vindex assembly. "Sup October 2-First football game of wood 0. 5-Believe it or not but B tests are here! 8-What a relief! They' 9-Ithaca 203 E. H. S. l Effect of tests. y we've all been waiting port your school paper." season. Elmira 32: East- ob Ripley says Five lNeek e finally finished. -Report Cards-"It is so nice to come home to." 7-Torch Business Staff Dance--Charlie Tremain and his Orchestra. 12-Last holiday before Midyears. Football pictures. 13-Midyear Tests-Need more be said? 17-Regents Week N 21-Midyear Marks-the inevitable day has arrived. 24-Beginning of second semester. Only a half year to go, Seniors! 25-Fourth War Loan drive begins. 26-Only 3 minutes between periods. No wonder everybody is late for class! 27-Help March of Dimes--"Donation or Deten- ll-Ushers' Skating Party. tion." CTony is at it again.l 12-First vacation. Columbus Day. 13-VVe must take the good with the had-Report February Cards. 7-Torch Pictures. Some headache for Jean and 15-Vindex Tag Day. ' Hy1tCh. 16-Bad luck again. Auburn 18: Elmira 0. 11--Vllldel Assembly -- -- -- MaCbCth SaYS HBUY the for A Vindexf' 22-Caravan Unit Academy. 23-Adelphia Dance. 27-Carmen Cascio, blind classmen. 31-Aquinas 7: E. H. S. November 5-Another Upperc lass as a successful person." , 6-U. E. 18: Elm ira 12 good-luck pieceb. 8-Five Week tests again 9-V-12 tests. Good luck, 10-"Tony" announc leaders. ll-Armistice Day. es Toi 12-E. H. S. Pep Rally f 13-Onondaga 213 E lmira 15-Say-I thought tests vi 17-Report cards. They df Roll in this school, dc 19-Most successful Studer Joyce Hanlon, Queen: - . 7. a ir Corps Recruits visits pianist, plays for Upper- 40. What a game! ssembly-"How to become CI'll have to change my . Woe is me! fellows! 'ch Business and Literary r Underclassmen. l. 'ere over ! ! Jn't have a Third Honor m they? lt Council Carnival .. .. .. Rod Prechtl, King. 25 Thanksgn mg D y. December 1-Banquet for football players. 13-Beginning of single sessions. 15-Flu epidemic has grihatly affected school at- tendance. 21-Helen Parry voted D. A. R. Representative. 22-Beautiful Christmas ssembly. 23-Beginning of Christma Vacation. Z5-K. E. Dance, and. of course, Christmas. Q l4-Charlie Spivak and his Orchestra at Grotto. 16--Bill Murphey and his Orchestra play in Gym. Onfe Vindex receipt to hear the Maestro him- se . 18-Senior Dance-Holiday Hop. 21-VVe pay double tribute to Vifashington. 23-Five Weeks tests always have a habit of popping up at most convenient times. 25-Representative from Keuka speaks to girls .. .. many boys were interested, too! Z6-Adelphia's "Moong1ow Dance." ' March 3-Vindex Tag Day Assembly-Talent Show. 6-Report Cards. A mere trifle. COh, yeahll 7-Yearbook Sales. Headaches for Tom and Alice. Miss Gill speaks to girls about Elmira College. -Tony Pastor and his Orchestra at Armory. fNice going, Patsyj. 13--Ushers' Club Skating Party. 15-V-12 tests. Hope you fellows pass. War pictures in assembly. No school after fifth period. 31-Senior Class Skating Party. 3- 11 April 21-Senior Musical. Nice goin', Charlotte and Murph! 29-Ushers' Banquet and Dance. May 5-Senior Dance. Solid! ll-Senior Play. June 8-Senior Day. Intellectuals shine. 9-Aw, gee, kids. What do you expect? Keep your own calendar. 45191- 4 .4e.m.a. ' Jlhtilx W l Ghu 74!d!am!'7 To Whdm It May Concern: VVle, the Senior Class of 1944, being of evacuated mind and solid body, in the manyner prescribed by law, do hereby bequeath our real and personal property to the following: . First, to some of the members of our beloved faculty: 1. To Mr. Parry, a genuine cowbell. 2. To Miss Park, a soundproof orchestra. 3. To Dr. Helmkamp, a year's supply of polish for his Phi Beta Kappa Key. 4. !To Mr. Cady, a three-year subscription to Esquire. v 9. To Mr. A. A. Schwenkler, a chemistry set. Secondly, to the other classes: 1. ,To the Juniors, the job of editing the next "Torch.,' 2. ,To the Sophomores, the privilege of skipping detention. 3. 'To the Freshmen, official permission to stop sitting on fountains. Thirdly, to distinguished individuals: 1. To Rose Gerrity, Bill Murphey's drums. 2. To Dave Teeter, Ralph I-Iutcheson's vast collection of ties. 3. To Virginia Reynolds, Smokie Stover's title of "chain smoker." 4 To Betty Hendricks, jackie Miller's title of "Sweater Girl." - rv. To James Schwartz, Lynn Momo's "Big Wind." 6. To Charles Rutty, one of the "Rec's" pool tables. 7. To lrVinnie Reese, Helen Parry's "committee" badges. 8 To jimmy Olmstead, VValt Cornell's mountain dew. 9. To Katie Buck, Virginia Knuth's "Way with menf, 10. To Sally Geistweit, Charlotte Rutty's unsurpassable voice. 1 +'El46l?r- I as 12, Lv 53,4 fb :iff '.- ' 1 1 . 3 :1 ' 1 Sf. af ,- 1' 21. HF . ,- 1. .y ...L Te 1. 'JL is , z' gf ., J V, M.. 9: L .se r .H fn Agn. 1 Q .1 35-1 gg! ' hh Y. Q. , -W qt us. ,. .Q A1 ,-"F ,Q ' , X .f . ? . .. H , Q., , ,yn - . 'fi .1 - -"gn... .f.....1 s . sf Q -df i 3 I? . 'il Z.. . ,W ,. 4 I 1 ,V x' " la' ' . x 41 ,, 1 .K L' , ' - . Ei 3 .1 . ,j. ,If K. . 1 ' "ST . ,Q ., .,.. .P', v , Fi it . if ' ff , . A 8,55 1. If ' ff . t ,. - , - 919 . '5-' ' 1 , -r in V. 'gi , 'Z-fy . 5. ,. ' , 1. Ev ' 5,-?f . 'ps Ai .1 s f l . ' . 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Stztrling ill nur l'il'L'ShlllL'l1 yC1ll' wc wcrc T-0l'lllI1IltL' tu hzlvc :ts Ut-fik'L'l'S l'41'IlllliItll Imclixwmml, X'i1'gi11i:1 RL'j'l1tJttlS, Mztry ICIIQ11 Mztxcy :mtl Tl11m111z1s IQCCIIJII .'XflK'I' wc won our right to 11111110 sopl1u111411'cs wt' ch-ctcfl ,l1111111y Digby t'h:11'luttc -Iztrvis, Yirginizt lit-11c4lict, :md Rubcrt I.:111clu11. A 1,11 . I,.A,.,,, FLW., .... - 3? ,Q isis X , J ,, fnflblivpllz' hQ! 7! V ff Www ,WW Xlie. Xxx-ou-:ox l:I.,XXllII.'Ill-., Mi 4 5. -+41 A ss Nl-XRIIQ :ll,XtkX.XNl,Xli.X ln our junior year our entrance into the hallowed ranks of upperclassinen was guided by .linnny lliglfy, Virginia Benedict. tiweu livans, and Robert Morris. lly far our most outstanding event was junior Day on which we displayed our class colors in the proud red and white way. This year lidward Sutter and Vat McConnell serxed as our attendants to the King and Queen at the Student Council Carnival. We of the junior Class, thank Miss fllarie lf. lllfxlllllllfii for her guid- ance, as she Carried on when KIT. lllanchette left. l , 1 lflwbi' U fd llffmif i J l It hvxmxir liIi'l40Nl, MAR-lmmli: XY1l.1.1.xxis, 'l'1lmci:s,x Form, i, su 'i .Iullcs M.wx.x1m l 4 Now 111 the curl uf two years, wc lmvc finally 11-:wlwrl llic lmlf'w:1y mzlrlf y on our juurm-y, Xvl1CIl llic fall of l9-l-1 rolls :irouml we will bc uppcrclassmcii. XXX- lmvc lmccn ll,l'lIJCil greatly rm thc journcy by Miss Spolm :mil Mr. XYc:1vc1', nur class rulvisors. . AQA L XY1: got ot? to Il goorl start as lfrcslixncn by cln-cling .Iolm Marks, .lczm Sul- Q livzm, Iicvcrly Sicgcl, :incl Allyn lluhfiiinii as class olliccrs. XXV: liclrl 21 lfrcslimzm N llzmcc whicli was both 11 social :mrl tiuzmcial slivcuss. I ff .N-1'6"' 3115s XYFIDX S1'1111x, Mn. K11xx1:'1'11 W11,x1111 As Sop11o111o1'c:s, wa- c1e1'1cc1 .121111cs K1211'11211'11. '1q11Cl'L'S?1 170111. X1211'j111'ic XX'i11121111s, 211111 R211111111111 Cic1'1111i 111 the 1111101-s of 111151111-111, vice-p1'cs111c11t, soc- l'C1ZlI'y, 111111 1.1't'2lSUl'fi1', 1'k'SIJCC11YC1y. A-X1 the 21111111211 8111416111 Co11Qci1 C211'ni1'211, 111c s11p1111111111'1-S xvcrc 211115' 1'f:p1'csc11l1-41 111' 13ex'er1y Siegel 211111 1121111 11'o1'11, who sn-1'1'cc1 21s pages to the King 211141 Queen. 11 is our fondest hope 111211 wc 5112111 be 211116 to 1112114c 21s llllllly cu1111'11111t11111s 111 11111' ,X1l112l IX121lcr 215 1121x'c 1111- lJIACCCf11I1g' 111111111 classes. 4 F225-44 5 V 2 rf' ' XL t' 1 - ' fb? V t xf 4 it' - 'N 'XV' Scptcnthcl' 7, 1943 found us gathcrcfl for tht: first time :tt lilmirzt Frcc ,Xt':ul- umy. In our mztrl search for clztssrmmms that iirst wcck. wc learned that it is wist-1' to suck tmzliclufl than to ask help from sm uppcrclassmzm. To guidc us lhftlllgll our tirst year :tt tht- Iilmira Ifrt-Q 1XCIlflt'llly wc vlmsc V51 0 s ml h 0 Miss Mztrtin :mtl Mr. llmlclscm :ts ztclvis ri, zt t c f llmving uH'icct's: J Prcsiclcnt ........,.... ......... . . ...... ........... A lohn Zurcs J Y Yicc I'1'csiclcnt ....... ,............ I 'at Dunn J ,gy ! ,l,, K' UU l Sccrt-t:1ry ......... jack McConnell 5 X 4? cr4':' "' VIiI'CIlSllI't'l' .... 1. ......... ..... f Mm Pcnncy ' M,,.Q1-u 4'. ,W a X ty t .nfs fs .t , O wkdkf . his Q: v--. 1 A N9- Zkfs to -H seg. AP' f r Q ,RLJ-JK V Ur 'N Lvl' L Wnl,-fix V x X, .'-.Llf' Mu. Plxroiw Doxmsox, Miss Douornv BTARTIN ' V A ' "cy f , .vm fr. 5 1. At the C2l1'l1lVlll we were well represented by Dorothy McKensie and -lack McConnell. Not to be outdone in the latest fad of wearing bow ties, the Fresh- men yellow, red satin, orchid, and some really sharp plaids. Several future boxing champs have also sprung up in our midst, llarry Hyam, Dale Cupp, Dick Cuvo. and Don Mel.ou. They will no doubt he heard from later. To complete the successful activities of our first Year we held a skating partx' A 5 ' ' l at Grotto Park., R Sit' - we ..- t.,. ,. , J ,di 2,2 . .4 'J 1' 1.. v sr L , f.- . . , -,,f, 1. '- Q' , A ff lw, Q- . A A .. 1 ' 3- . 1 lg., , V-.v 1, . , vw, f K... .,. . . N l'rn-sirlcnt Yicc- l'rL-siclcnt 'liruasurt-r Sn-rrctary lA17l'FL'SIbUllCllllg' S1-crctary -lamcs Lirunin :Xllll Garvey juscph Daly 'lilicrcsa Scliwenklcr -luycc l-lanlmi 'l'his your thc Stuclciit Umncil has clone much to pruvc thc fact that clcmuc- racy is mziintaiiiccl tliruugll representation. 'l'hc mcmln-rs, who are representa- tivvs uf tht-ii' rcspcrtivc limncroums. llzivc kept their clccturs infurmccl as tu thc prugrcss of this sclnml nrganizatifm. They liavc tulcl the stuclcuts that this year thc must siivu-ssful Stuclt-nt l'mmcil l'arnival, huth fiuzuicially and socially. was hvlcl. Thu cmitiliuzition of XYar lluml huying is vmitinually strcssccl to thc pupils lvy thc I'0lbI't'SClllZltlVl'S. ln cmlcllisimi. wc wish to thank Ur. llclmkamp :md Mr. NYcavcr for thcir gt-in-rmis znssistmicm-. lt is nur hupc that thc succcm-fling ycars will he just :as prwspcrmis fm' the Sturlcut tlniiivil Zh this ya-ar has lvccii. MR. lilEYXli'l'll NYE.-xi'i4:ie sw - 19 'l'11p liuw: liatuh, Blau-limi nhl. Nlurrany. lfurri-tt Kistlm-r. l"n1ll'th Row! lim-rz1l'4li, l,u1l wig. Plunkvtt, l':ii'p4-into-1 Viv--chili, Zurvs. llurxx'itl l'14lw:u'1ls, 'l'hii'nl Row. l'1'npvr, Yu-1 halni--, Sullivzzn, NVQ-lmstvi llvvsm-, liruxx'i1lrm'. Strivk wr, lmmmlis, S4-vuinl Huw: Xvimln-i'lwi'g'm-I Vnsszulaul lilIllll'lI2lI'll. Num 1-mn-. llusnll. f'llI'I'2lll, ls mi-tl. liutlmn llowi lizirrnws Svllwt-iiklm-l'. li:ui'x's-y, fro Vllll. lhuly, llzmlmi. lit kiml, lllxrpln-5. 44 log lion! Smltlirt-s. l'rit'li, XX iek. Miller. Shay. llvnnlrleks. lonmn Pitt. Ntiond lion: lit-or-ln-r l est- ! trd, llnlnllton. XY rod, Sayre .Xdi 1 :nee I loyd, Nlessvixgmx Sup- 1 e. l' IIIUIII Itow: 1-isso n l'rnll, 1 nrvn-v. Holding Ihfnn-l llrry. Knuth, Nick liditor-in-Chief Associate liditor ,, News Fditor , Feature Editor Sports liditor lixchange Editor ,. Business Manager , jane Harding ,, Virginia Knuth ,, ,, Ann Garvey ,, . George Kramer Mamie l.ee Floyd ,, Jackie Shay ,, Helen Parry Advertising Manager ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, , ,, H Eugene Vick Assistant Advertising Managers , lillie Prall, james Schwartz Circulation Manager ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, 1 1 o l 3 erta Sayre Collection Manager Rl las, jrifxx N john Casson W'ith Jane Harding in command of the good ship l'i11tl1'.1'. we shoved oft in October for the wide open seas with a pep assembly. Under the leadership of Helen Parry, the subscription drive was a tremendous success-all previous records were broken. The Ivifltitll' met with stormy weather in the form of depleted literary. busi- ness. and advertising staffs, but she weathered the storm. Although the staff was not able to attend the lf. S. P. A. convention at Syracuse. we attained the 'tsuperior rating." lly the end of the first term. many changes had been made in the executive section of the I'imlc.r. Vliilliam Owen, advertising manager, entered the Army, and Flugene Vick took his place. Virginia Knuth became Associate Editor to replace Sylvia Adriance and Helen Horwitz. At the resignation of -loan NYest- wood, Ann Garvey was appointed News liditor, while George Kramer took over the position of Feature Editor vacated by Virginia Knuth. "The NVitches Brew," a skit presented by the I'imle.r Staff at a pep assem- bly, was praised far and wide. A vote of confidence was given to us when the student body went over the top with more than a thousand subscriptions, more than were ever sold before in a mid-term subscription drive. The Tag Day as- sembly was a musicale, in which only school talent was used. During the year, twelve issues of the l'iudf.r were published. Although there were many war-time difficulties to confront, the staff got there "fastest with the mostestn with news "scoops," features and ads. The annual spring banquet was the climax of a successful voyage. 1i'r'rrt P, Di-iviil. dufeac +1 57 le .. l M ll:-licliturs .lean Swann, Ralph llntehesun .Xrt lirliturs -leanne l'rislnpski, Donalfl lfennecly l.iterary .Xflvistnr Nliss liraee Miller Staff Kleinlmersi Stnver, Hurwitz, Grey, Lynongh, YanKenren, xltllllll, Ohler, lftkinrl, fit-urge, Gressel, llarruws, Schwenkler. Preehtl, liralmill. .'xfl2ilIlUVlCll, llonelson, llarrlinian, llnrhett. Yes, here it is! .-Xfter months nt' harrl work we have gathered and organ! izefl the material fur the lf!-14 Tnrrli. .-Ks usual we inissetl a few deadlines. lint we gradually pnt all the pieees tngetlier-anfl this is the result! Due to the illit- eraey uf the stall we trierl tu tell part nf unr story with pictures. In keeping with traclitiun, the stall had its late evening sessiuns, rnshes tu meet fleafllines, ete. and nnly 5ll'7n llnnkecl their l.Q. test. This is really a gwifl pereentage annmg liiterary Stall ineinhers, lfrlitnrs Swann and llnteheson tnuk several ilays ull' tn reenperate, while Business Managers Iliveny ancl lszarrl slowly went erazy. tliiils, we're not funlinf Things will never he the sainell This leafls une tu helieve that making a yearlmuk is an urrleal. Huw far frmn the trnth that is! XX'e wish tn thank Nliss liraee Miller anrl Mr. .Xnthuny Sehwenkler fur their patienee and nnclerstancling. Mr, Sehwenkler was especial- ly helpful when he assnrefl ns that there really wwnlrl he a yearhnuk fur the ll!-l-l Seninr iililrs. llie experieneerl enjnyment in making the lmnk anrl we hupe lhat yarn will have the same feeling when I't'2illlllQ it. Nllss ln:,it'1-1 lx. NlIl,I.IiR 0 7cvw!a .fdmmq SEM p 19 'l'np Huw: li.-'wg'--. l'rislnI ski, Ulwler. Stun-r, lil rows. llurnill. .Mlzlln yieli. Si-enml limi , 1 lahill. lmnol sun, Wirth. llyllwllfll. lt kiml. Xlnnm. rllmn llowi llslrwlinltn lx e n n 1- ml x llilt-'lieu ll Swann, l'urln-tt, Sehwi lei' t'l"x ,1i, 44 lop Row: t'ornt-ll. Sullivan Wolgust, Rielmrds, Mur- phey, lirown. uonll Row: l'ldu':n'ds, llunlon, liuhalu, Baker, livlig, thu-vc-y. Jupenlnz, Malgnw, I':nrpc'ntn-r, Loom- is. xttom Row: iil'l'g'Ul'j'. Levy, Parry, liutty, Gursky, ls' lard, Divr-ny. l'urrun, f'unningh:1m, Murphy. Co-Business Managers ,,,, ,,,,,,,, Alice Diveny, Thomas Iszard iMembers: Cornell, Edwards, Sullivan, VVolgast, Gubala, Baker, Helig, Richards, Murphey, Garvey, Brown, Hanlon, jupenlaz. Magaw, Carpenter, Loomis, Gregory, Levy, Parry, Rutty, Gorsky, furran, Cunningham, Murphy. We, of the Business Staff, pulled through trial and trouble by the untiring efforts of Mr. Anthony Schwenkler, have finally arrived with sufficient funds to bring to you another publication of our yearbook, the Torvlz. ln addition to the usual channels of ads, sponsors, and sales for raising funds, we have pre- sented a successful dance and Senior Musical for your enjoyment and pleasure. In grateful appreciation for assistance rendered, we wish to extend our hearty thanks, especially to the merchants and business men of lihnira and to those whose invaluable aid and efficient help has made possible the issuance of the l944 Torvh. MR. .-Xxrnoxv SCHXYENKLI-QR 7cvLcfz Buuneu Staff 41 59 lie l'rL-sirln-111 Nancy Imcllcy Yicc--I'n-sirlulmt VIUHII Swann Sk'L'Fl'lilI'j' Jxllll Garvcy 'I'l'n-:mlm-1' llulcn II?ll'l'j' .Xgm':1 Ill-hating Swim-ty lu-gall IIN activitics thiw yczu' with thc acccptzmcc ul Illlll'Ik'k'Il lww lIIl'IllIN'l'N. Ilan' II'iUIlTIHIhlI 'I'm-zummn. initizltiml Immluvt was hclcl at Russff .'xI,L4lI'1l NlNJIl51lI'k'II IIIITK' Imntlls at thx- F-tmluut L'uum'iI IIHYIIIYEII, and in janu- Ill'j' :1 Imyrirlc was 1-lljuycrl hy .Xgurzl mumhcrs :mtl their fricmls. In Ifchruarj xXgm':l :u'n'cptm'rI Il clmllcngu tu El mlm-lmzltv with I:4II'L'll5Il' llulralillg' Suvicty of Sym- UIIM' I't'llIl'2lI Iligh Scluml. 4 llllm lllL'1'llllgx wvrv hm-lfl rlltcrlmtclv 'lt thc mclnml :mcl thu Stccla' NIL-111m'1z1l l,lIDl'2l!'Y. 5L'X'l'l'1lI flvlwzltw, lwth turmal xmrl inffwmal, wcrv hclcl am thc Qulmja-ctw: I'n1g1'1'Mix'l' Ifrlmzltiml. Slwiznlizwl Nlccllcim-. mul l'ustxx'2u' Klililzwy 'I'1':1i11h1g. lhvw fIl'llIlll'N IIll'I'l'Jl5k'lI lhl- IIPVVIINIL' skill ul tha' girls nl .Xgurzi fqgaaa Miss llnluwlex' Nlx 60 Ilf- 19 Trap Hum: NIul'v':lf'. Ynrn . ': vnu, Il'-:nth Nlurruj I II ' . 'rull-. Slvlxl lilalllwlmnl IX 1-1-umm. ,lupl-nlnf, 'l'hiI'4l Klux: Sh-plwxki. Hip In-X. Vrvrlu-zlll, I, 1' Y 3' Ilznkvr Vzlllalllzm. 1i:ll'Y1-5 Ilixn-11 lilmzlrlm-N. Svrulul Ilnw: 1'uwIlI4'Il l'iIt. I'rixlopxki. Mills Imttmn I lu-Ilnru' Fm-rx:-II 1'uxx'II-I Inu: Ilzllxfif. lin: V4-v Nxxnun. IV ll Il I 1' 5 I':nrl'y, l'z1m-Ilan. Mnxwxru Ilvmlrlvln. lnmzul. ,,..., N 1 unll l lu 4 4 i lug lliini Sli-sllnniv. Xlnr- phv l'l'li'l' llm'w1H Hole sl. llntvln-sun. . - A . nizln. inn linwi Uwens. EN'- llrs, Ixrnnse. I, :1 n il 41 n vs:-nhlnnnl. S1'llEll.l'l'l'. lxisllvr. tow: Xl elllxer. ins' :. z . l'l,Elt'j', sul: Xl lltun XX Nl irtll, lliekinsmi, l"i4lel- ,,,., HW f K ' I 1'-f . .,, . President ,,,,,,, ,, Vice-President Secretary W, Treasurer , Faculty Advisor ,, ,,,, Stanley Krause Klanfurcl Ruscnhlomn Charles Evans Robert Landon Mr. lirnory liunelsnn The past year has heen one of the must successful of the :Xlphzt Chapter uf the Boys' Hi-Y. Swimming parties, basketball games, and a dance anrl party with the Girls' 'liri-Y were the highlights of the year. This Chapter, together with the Sontlisicle Hi-Y, planneml the Ulrler linys' Conference, which won the praise of the Y. M. if .-X. Secretaries uf New York State. Blk. EMORY Dnxlirsox ful XYe wish to thank Nlr. llunelsnn anfl Mr. 'linttle fm' their nnfztiline interest and assistance in helping ns carry ont win' activities. Alfa z-W l'resirlent Yiee-I'resiclent Secretary Treasurer fXclvis4 ur Marion Green VVinfielcl Reese Martha Hofmann , ,, Ruth Sly , Mr. George Newman Since the purpose of Cinema fluh is to gain knowledge of motion pictures, it has lween nur pleasure to hear a movie review at each of our regular meetings. The meetings were helfl each Friday during lunch hour, with two social gatherings at the hinnes of the members. During the course of the year the memhers have attenrlerl several muvies together. .-Xll einema Vluh memhers wish to express their gratitude to Pvt. XYilliam Owen. who was Presiflent uf the eluh until he entered the Army in january. 1044. Cinema lfluh also wishes to express thanks to Mr. George Newman for his very kinfl anrl eapalmle assistance. 6' Glad 62 lie Mk. Gmac!-1 Nmviu.-xx Top Huw: l"i':11el'. Button Sly. Se-ennil Row: Contini, Shay Kellogg, Pi-islopski, llnttom Rmv: XYiek, Hmmm Reese. liven-ne. llufmaxun, 44 p llnw: l,ill'k. Czxllalxzui N.14lle1', hl2llllll'XYN. Mud den. XVieh, XV e h s t e 1' Mzxrseh. euml lluw: ll'-ntl, Gan' Vey, l':11'1'y, Iiilltlf'llllllllh Miller, l'1':nhl, Uussetti Snlmmvn, Messenger. 1110111 Huw: Shay, Kel lnargr, Nutty. lleese. llend rieks. 1fl7ll0S, K' 11 Ill il ll lim-ini-ieh, Rnnh. QYDQQ V , 5 K 1 I P1 Y ' 321 President Yice-President Secretary ,,,, Treasurer Advisor Mlss lilC'l"l'Y P11114 XYinlield Reese Edna Madden .. Marjorie Kellogg' Charlotte Rutty Miss Betty Park Masquers experienced difficulty in getting started this year. Our President, Donald Yarbrough, moved frmn this city and was succeeded hy William Owen, who left shortly after to enter the Army. Retarded hy these sethaelcs, the clnh was unable to carry out its proposed 1JI'0g'I'El!'ll the first semester. However, under the Presidency of vvlllfidll Reese and the guidance uf Miss Park, the eluh had a successful hayride in Novemher, and several party meet- ings at inenihers' homes. The cluh also presented an Zl5SQllllllj' which was well received hy the student hocly. XYe, uf Masquers, wish to thank our adviser, Miss lletty Park, fur her in- terest and diligence. Xlvitlmnt her help. the cluh wunlcl have heen nnzlhle in sus- tain itself. .. M fb S I I . f 4 if. 1, Us ,s N111-111111 111111: - 1 14-1'1'1 1'1'1x 11111f111. 1111 4x1:11111, lx: 111-115. 1v:11'11, S1-1111:11'11 1 11w1 111111: 3111 -4f- 1:1-nun 'l'm111-. 11111-1-11112 114-11-1 11-'km k'11111:111, lmuw 1,511 011211. 1'1'k'N1f1k'l11 R1111c1't 1.y111111g11 Y111'-1'1Avs111c11t 1':12i1I1L' x1C112ll111 SK't'1'L'11l1'j' ,1:1111cs 1111111111 '11fL'Il51lI'K'1' Ruse R1111-1-1111-11,511 1111- 1ll11'lNl5L' 111 51V111s ix 111 11r111111111' k1111w1c11gc 111 art. T11 1111 s11c11, Stylus 1111s visita-11 1111- :X1'11nt .Xrt f12l11l'l'j' sm-vcral 111I1l'S. 1110 S1111t11s1c1c H11111 SL'11l1U1, 211111 1111- 111111-141' .-X11 11:111cry. H111- 11f1111r lllllllj' 1111115 is tn 111:1k1- 11lbS1l'YS 211111 1111z1rf1 f1l'L'UI'2'l11Ol1S z1r1vL'rtis111g 1111- 1':1r11111s zlflivitics of 111111-r L'11111s, VXI' :11s11 111:u11' lx111'is1111as 111011115 1111' 111c .XTIIIX 111111 Navy, XY1' 111111 111111 K411r1st111:1s 111111 1f:1s11-r parties. 112ly1'1f1L'9, 21 skat- ing 1121l'1j', 211111 scv1'r:11 511111111 11111-t11g1't111-rs. 1111- 1-X1-1'11t11'1-s :11111 II1l'lI111l'1'N w1a11 tu cxt1'11c1 t111'1r s1111'1'rL' 11121111145 to Miss fw1lIl1L'1'lP11, 11111' 1'11111 z1c11'1N11r. fur 111-r t111111g11t1111 g111f1Zll1t'L' 111r11111.111u111 t11c sclmul 11-:1r. 51,114 em K11ss 'I'1i1e1e1ss.x VA 111-11e11x 1 fn-4 I N1 lop Row: lluffv, Zullriski l'l'up1-r. Nlssln-r, liolnlc l Tnnniz-l iff. -voml liow: Yi-npfvr. Kisel Kvifll-l'. l':1tt1-rsun, llivk- inson, llvttig, lloovn-r. uttom li o xx' : lilllrvmlgfv, li room h il l l , liotnivk. Brown. li 4- 41 d, Rim-lu-r llnfll-tt. A ' 'ff My if D President V ' W Gertrude Botnick flip rf!! Vice-President ,,,,,, ,, Marie Brown J 'l :IR Secretary ., .. ,, ,,,,,, Shirley Yenger L blfl L Advisor rrrr Miss Elizabeth lildredge ' Aj Jfxhp j ff f If aj ll M i ss. EI.IzABE'r H ELDREDGE -Lil 65 lie . PM! ij. f J ,JM u I L rf lj fljfdj Library Council Important group made up of J Book Enders Runners of errands Arrangers of books Repairers of worn books Your assistants Collectors of fines Openers of new books Urgers of more reading Nineteen helpful students Card alphabetizers Industrious girls Librarians in the making idfmfufawwil 9 5 1 llcacl L.'5llL'l' .loycc Hanlon ,-Xa:2ista11t llcafl L'SllL'l' Molly Spallom- Secretary lJo1'otl1y llill 'l'rc:1s11r1-1' Xl Ill'g1'Hl'L't flulmala llNllL'I'5' fllllll, now l-lblll' ycars olcl, is the largcst cl11l1 111 thc lilmira lfrcu xL'2lfll'lllj'. llc-sirlcs 11sl1cri11g at 2l.SSL'lllllllL'S, lllL' club has chargc of thc Hostcss tablu 111 thc lllillll llilll. 'lllll' lattcr l!l'H.CtlCL' was lllllHY2ilCfl l1y the club two ycars ago. .-Xt tllu SlllflL'lll fltlllllfll Kfarnival 2-lllll at tlu- school rlauccs, Uslwrs' k'l11l1 Ntllfl corxagqvs, VK'llll'll wurc llllltlk' by lllClllllL'l'S of tllc 1'l11l1. Ksirlc from llllSllli'5S lllL'L'llllgS Zlllfl llSllCl'lll5l', tl1c Clllll has llclfl llliillj' social :1ll'ai1's. 'lllll' rollcr skating partics at tl1c Grotto wa-1'c L'lljllyCfl by all who at- ll'll1lL'Il tl1v111. 'l'l1c spring l1:1111111ot. a lfilflltltlllal atia1r. was the clmlax of our zwtivilimw. flll N111111' llay, wc l'L'Ql'L'llllllj' ll2lllllt'fl Ulll' I'lllll1JllS to the now 1 lillCl'S, luc- lkilllil' wa' 14111-11' Ulll' zmctivitin-4 llilfl Ctllllk' to an Cllfl. ll11t thc fact that LvSllL'l'5. Clulm 14111-54111 :111rl VL'fll'lY 94111115 lll1ll't' prcstiuc lwlps lla to l'L'lllL'lllllL'l" flllx l1appy clays wc N111-11t at llll' -l'llll!ll'1l lfrt-1' .Xt'2lflL'lllj' as 111c111l11-rs of L'sl1L-rs' K '7!ze ZMJWL4 GM llllll. M1 +2l66l?+ as Jl'l,l.X flUI.l,lXS 19 op lion: llou'a11. li111l11'11 lla1'4lv1', f'l11'is11'11m-11. llol 111:11111, o111'1l1 llow: l"llZ,Lfl'l'1llll S1'l1w1-11lrl1-1'. M i 1 l 0 1' Ki1'1-1111. 1' l a 1' li. l':11'1'y l'1'i-lopslci, 5l111'1':1y, 11111 ve-1' l1l1'1l llowi llillullo, Slay S111-1:11-1'i11o. Sl1c-1-l1:1 ll ll:111'lci11N. 1l1'1-1:o1'y, 4l1'1-1-11 walt, l5JIk4'l'. l411111l1:11-g1-1- 1il'o1'Lf11, 1-1111111 liow: li1'111'ko11 fllllllllll, A111-111111' i1-l1 li1'11L:, Q11i1111, llallvtt 01111-x11':11-11, ll111l1la1l1-11:1 ll2l1'l'lllt', lii1111v1'. NNV2ll'l 11111. 111141111 Row: F111-lip, lk-lla lim-1-11. .lo111-s, liuhula ll:l11lo11, Np11llo110, llill Norris, l"oil, .l1111v11l:1l B111'11alJei. 44 Davis, l'fiiLElQ-VI, XlcKvn- liv. 1':ii'pvlit1'!'. llilmhlv. iiillloy, AT4'ii2lllll. Floyd. 1-ond lion: lilaiin-liaiiwl. llesx. Xlaxxvy. Moss. lint'- ton, liroomhaxll, lirock, l'i'n-alla, Snyiler. llzimil- toll. xird lion: Stn-4-li-i', NVL-llA ivvr. Y:1ilUr'4lm', Jzxnow- ski, l':iri1ivl4-1-. XTill'klllil' flh Kon" lin-ligf. 1'oniun, Ilom ltow: l':irl:. liuttji. lor. Vzilmivri, f':li'1u-liter. Lilley, Fzu-ins. urlh Row: C' r i s iv i ii, Christe, Brown, Sprirling, 'l'l11rir-laik. Kinnvr, Smith, liaistillu. lit-lig. livnnorly. Priue. lmisenrinu. Mallory. Ilill, l'n-nny. llorwitz, Niles. tin-vii. Swann, Svmski. lim-ln-. Snlalnski. tr ., President ,,,, . .-Xnn lliddle Vice-President . . Charlotte Rutty Secretary . .. -loanne Hamilton Treasurer . .-Xnne Penney This year the Glec Club has enjoyed the many activities in which it has participated under the guidance of Miss Betty Park. A group of girls from the Glee Club sang in a program which was presented for the Thursday Morning Musical Society early in the winter. The entire club took part in the Lliristmzxs assembly here at school. During thc second term. we worked on a "Mother Goose .'Xl'2illUSlIllt'n which was presented at the Spring Concert in May. at the Southside High School. scliegd . vp, '- .ii N , lf. . 'Has ?fiSg. The Glee Club wishes to express its gratitude and thanks to Nliss Park, who has worlced hoth willingly and fliligfently, in making this yezir successful. M is s li i:'r'rs' Irina it 01L1'Qlee em 1'1'1's1111'111 Yi1'1--1'r1-si111-11t S1'1'r1'111r1' '1'rc21s111'1-r .'X111'is11r 1'rcsi11c111 Yicc- 1'r1-si111-111 Sl'K'1'L'1?l1'j' '1'r1-21s11r1'r .x11V1S4l1' 1'r1-si111-111 1111?-1'rcsi111'111 Sc1'1'1't21ry '1'r1-21s111'1'1' :X11vis11r 'l'1111 111111: N111-1-111. Y:1zz:111:1 11111-1-1111's, 1'i11. 11111111-11 lI11l11l, 1':11'1'y. linss. Moss 11111, 1111ss1, M:11'1':11111111111 1"11111'111 111111: A1111-11. NW111111 K1-111122. M111'1':1y. 1'1'is111p 511111. 11111-11. .X1'111111l. 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SICNIOR-,1L'N1OR O1f1"11'1iRS , 11L't1y 1111w1211111 S11ir11-y P11tti11g1'r 1':1C2ill11l' Russ -102111 Spccht Miss 1501111111 SU1'11OMOR1C ,, , 1.11rr21i111' S1121r1i11g Patricia Yarn Mary 1.1111 11121111'11ar11 , ,111sc1111i111- 821121 ,, Miss Yllll 1112212111-11211111 FRICS H M :X N 1':l1111j' R1'11s112111' fiwcil 1301111111 Marie 11r11w11 Mary 1.1111 L'1lT1lXX'C11 Miss XYcs1 Si111'1- 1111- 11111'1111s1- 411. 1111- Tri-Y is 111 111-111 115 211'1111ir1' 21 11cttc1' 1111111-rs1211111i11g 111 p11s111111 111'111111-111s, C1111 11s11111, 211111 1111':11s lIlkI111lL'l'S 111 11111 C1lI1J 1121111 11311 111s- ss11111s 1111 1l1ly-1.f'l1'1 r1'12111 IIS, l1L'l'S1lllZl11tj', 211111 1111s1-w21r 11r11111c111s. , .J 1 S111'i2111y, 111- 111lVL' 11L'1'l'1 V1-ry 21c1i1'1-. XY1' 1121vc 112111 Illilllj' succussful 112111c1's. 111lIl1"1l5'j'1l11'2l1'C Ilil1411k'N, 2111111 sk211i11g 1121r111-s. M111'11 111 1111' s111'1'1-ss 111 11111' 211'1i1'i1ics was 11111- 111 1111' g11i112111c1' 211111 02111211111- s11111-r1'isi1111 411- Miss .Xf12l YY1-st, Miss 1511121110111 IJ1-11t1111, Miss R11t11 Y2111f1r2121- 11i1211111, 211111 Miss 11111111121 13211111 411- 1111- Y. XY. if .X. XY1' wish 111 express 11111' Ill'1j' 11121111fs 111 1111-111. l 746 - fl 68 1C Miss Mlss Miss Miss 1.I.IZ.X1l1C'I'11 1,1iN'1'1lX R1"1'11 KAN f11:.1.11f1-:11..1x11 11.1 XX'11s1' 1:KlXl.X 1i,XYI'1'l4 19 ski, S:11'1'111111. M1'1':11'1y, K111111f, Muxvy, l'1111i11u1-1' X:1s11, N1'i111-1'111'1',!1'1', '1'11i1'11 111111: 15:11'1'1111's. Sill! l1'1'. M:111111'ws, M:1111l1'11 11111111-11:11-11. '1'l111111:1s, Billl' 1':1y. .111111-111111, 1'I1111'111'11s Y:11'11. 11111'x1'i1Z, 1i11111i1'k. S1-1-111111 1111111 1'1111111-113: 1,1-11111-, x12l1'N1l. i'111'111'11 l I 44 . lim: 'l'4-i-tv-V. S4-l1ix':li1i-. lmvis, l"loyil. l3l:u14'l1a1r4l. llorwitv. i'on'ilit'l1. Stom- l'I'lllilll. NV:ul4-. llvtxllvlls. l'onl'l. Ni 1-ond Row: Sllvatllt-i', Ulm- stozul. lnivninings. lintty. Sm-lmrnstlluilm-r. Whitton- llzlll. lhfllisio, Swann. 1 lim-rsv, l Nohlt-s, Mnrpln-y, Smith. linnpp. 1'lu1'istv. 'sl llow: Hl'il'l'itll, Yisvlli. During' tlic past yn-ar. the .-Xcaclmiy Orcllcstra has played at nearly all of onl' assemblies. Under the competent direction of Miss lk-tty Park, it has con- tinncd in its past tradition despite nlmstaclvs wliiclt would have cztnsccl inznn directors to lose their patience. Tlic draft and other factors liavc nnfo1'tnnatcly ilccrcascd its IIlC1IlllL'I'5lll1D to a lnininnnn. and welding it into thu SI1l0Otl'l-NNlTI'l-Clllgl' unit it should he has lwcn 21 constant prolulcin. But in spite of tliesc difficulties, new music and constant lalmor liavc kept oni' orchestra up to its customary lligli standard. 'Q . 'i"'f, 'sts wk: "WN Miss l3i1'l"1'Y Punt lintlunl Row: l'nrk. lmison ring. Davis, lllnllury lfzunilton, Ben-Im, Rntiy l'lt'li2', Nvlialnn. Sm-mnnl Row: Urauig. linstil ln, Jullnsml, M illel' lim-M-. lit'ylllllllS, Knapp lilljznwski, Ilnnt. Tllirml Row: Floyd, ln-ntnn XVhitt4-nlizlll, l"l'vcl0i'im'ks Nfurplloy, Ulnistvnd. Rui ty, 'Pre-n, l4lNlllllS. Cn num. lfunrtlx Huw: S p il rl in g liilllll. Stn-vt0i', Crispin Uliristv, Kvnnn-fly, Bnstil lan. l':u'l1n-lvv. liolig. tingvr. M nxvy, 0'Da1nie-l Snydvr. Kinnvr, liimldlf- Whittnkvr, Somnski. l'rcsiclL'm , Xlilllicld Rccsc Yicc-Prcsidcnt Charlotte Rutty Secretary Robert Bastilla Treasurer Sally Geistweit The Mixcrl l'hoir participated in many DYLIQITHIIIS this year. sonic of which wcrc the prugranis fur thc "Flat Titus." lliursclay Morning Xlusifalcs. lhisinuss lYllllll'lllS Cluh, Rntary and lfxchangc Clubs. 'l'hcy will take part in thc .-Xnnual Spring hillllCL'l't which is hclcl every year at thc Suuthsirlc lligh Schuol. Thus they will bring to a close another success- ful year. Miss BE'r'rY I",-mic .ga . f ef'-iff, ' uf' K 'S N? l X ax X- Q. 8. 4. 14. Ghuh .5 ff' lflfy X eel 70 jn- 1 9 y 1 Fifth Row: lilalm-lmrd, Pot- v llulie' linlph t'V:uhiIl,Sylvi:1 llzivinlsoil. l'axtl'ic'iai Nobles. Maxine Stubbs. ll:ui'inm'tZ Angelo Ibellisio. l'h:1i'l1-s In-wis, 'I'hnm:xs liQ'l'fUl!. liivllzuril Kllmle. Jenn Nwzunn, lletty Blair. Shirley Nlieknvy, llni'lr:irzi l'l':lwfni'4l. .Xbe Siskin, NX':1lter linshy, Wzullnev l'e:nler, .lohn Knnnp, Ber- erly Apph-nmn, hm-1 lfllvn Xlurie lizlelu-l'. :ixophom-: Reeve Annum-- niun. Jost-ph Ilaivis, Hairl- elzline Pole. Ili-tty llut- lnzln, .luck llewlit. orm-I: liivl1:lr4l llnlnlin. ,lnhn XIln'r'ig:rosso. linger' 1'lu-istiun, Roger' Wooilf wxxrcl, .lan-k Slliwxm-, lion nhl XYm-isi-ntlnh, K'l1:u'les 1'I:nuse, Riwlinril Root. liho Xlitellell, xvllllillll l"nm'ller, Rirllniwl Nveiss. reneli Horn: Robert Court. Albert Smithv XY:ll1lo Comfort. ronulmnn-: Lynn lirotmnnn, Robert Sli:u'fTer, Pvri'y Klinger. llzlrris Rees. :lritonet John Harrison. uhm: Ilonulml Sullivan. l'i-renssion: NYilli:un Mur- phvy, ll :l n il Doolittle. Xvlllilllll Sc-lmnm, lmrraiilie lieebe. llrum Mxujor: llorotlly Slin- uerlzl nd. lJirw'tor: YYilli:nn lf. lliery, Under the able leadership of Mr. NYilliam li. Hiery the lilmirzt lligh Schools Band has again completed a successful season of service to the schools and to the community. During the past school year the band provicletl entertainment at the football games and at the school assemblies. The band also participated in the .Xretic League Program and the annual Spring Concert. Despite the obvious difficulties of maintaining such an orgfanizzition in war- time, the bancl "carried on" only through the untiring' zeal and devotion of its flirector. The entire group wishes to express its gratitude to Mr. lliery for his guirlance and genuine interest. Q. XX1I,i.i,ni Hniiu' 746 exam 41, sczma gmt S . Q Mr. llartman Mrs. llartman Nlidge llartman Yirginia llartman lilliott llartman lluzz l.mdsay Keith Nolan tiarolvn Xkehster tiahhy Allen lfreddie North Nlr. lfields Mrs, lfields .-Xllan lfields lfdna tihristine Myers Sitting? t'ronin, llami l:re.l Richards Helen Parry l.ois Hamilton Virginia linuth james Cronin XN'alt cornell Roh llowers .loan XYestwood ,lane llarding :Xrnold l.oomis lloh l.ynough Marguerite Hogan e Spring" is a story of the llartman's, a typical American iainily. who enjoy a reasonahle amount of quiet and peace until Spring enters the scene. Un the first day of Spring vacation, Midge, the youngest, finds her- self surprisingly in the throes of first love. She thinks nothing of starting whirl- winds or even tornadoes to impress casual, witty lluzz Lindsay, who is unluck- ily in love with the older sister, Virginia. XN'hen the spirited Midge determines to manage loves and motions for her own ends, the hectic and hilarious compli- cations into which she plunges the family almost prove disastrous. She causes her sister to he suspected as a thief, almost to lose the right hoy, she drops a homhsliell into her father's husiness, threatening her sister's college education, she disrupts hrilliant lilliott's carefully planned life as a writer of tragic novels. she plays havoe with the hearts of several other young people, including a visit- ing New York glamour girl and a hashful hoy who really cares for Midge her- ".'Xnd liame th self. The world is almost ready to come smashing down when comes the night of Spring l'rom--Xlidge's first formal danee. On that night she steps in again and sets matters straight. liv the end of the week the three Hartman children have taken important steps toward maturity and their parents have learned a few things too. 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Schwcuklur Duc Kittlc RECORD Syracuse lfastwimcl Ithaca Auburn ,, , Aquinas Ljllitlll-I':llfiiClltl Oiimiclaga Valley , Ithaca +I 16 I+ Stzindinprt Uliffurrl, liihbs lihilivlivtto, Hirst, Smith Vhristly. Sw-mul Row: Ulu-v. Uirrulli La ndnm. Kar in, Noyes l':zp:lrl1hr, Miller. GUIIIIBI' man, l'uwQ'i's, Sullivan n lim-losu, Pirrozznlo, Hur witz, llznhlv, Ruhinsuu. Tliirfl Now: Trifosu, Imsin :rs-r. Hush, Cie-ri, Huff ni-r, NVhitv, Hmuwi, llivh nrds, gxtldillliltl, Rllxsoll Mum-, Uhailk. 1 1 1 1 1 Altho records as than medi the first c huge hole: Assistant The i thriller w Eastwood invaders b made eigh The l encounter feat, 20-1 Whei again wen cided tha prospects With 1 t ment with feated, the tors were something of 19 pas I Whe become t u I' 1 1 Light Bl 18-12 sco Onon team. Pl the Hirst for the st Cieri and 1 The and Whit Donald C for the 01 1 Thus of the te letters an Coacl Bill Wip as the ot tler, deserves praise for putting the 1943 team into the same class h 40416411 ugh the grid campaign of 1943, for the E.H.S. warriors goes on the three wins against four losses, the season may be considered better ocre. Prospects were not too bright when Coach Art Hirst issued all for the 1943 team to assemble. With the armed forces making a among the lettermen and varsity, there was little left for Hirst and Coach Nap Blanchette to do but start from scratch. naugurating game against Syracuse Eastwood was built up to be a in our favor. The Blue and White set the their heels as they ran rough-shod over the entire team was coordinating perfectly as they opponents' one. ith the odds slightly speculators back on y a 43-0 score. The 3 first downs to their 'ollowing Saturday the Light Blue traveled to Ithaca where they d trouble from an aggressive Ithaca eleven and went down in de- the E.H.S. warriors traveled to Auburn the following week, they t down in defeat, this time by a score of 18-0. Coach Hirst then de- something had to be done about his team in order to change his ifor the rest of the year. a week's layoff before the Acquinas' game, Hirst began to experi- the T-Formation. When Acquinas arrived in Elmira, yet unde- y were confident of winning-but something happened. The visi- humbled before the might of Elmira's new formation, 47-7. That was Carl Gush, who, aided by effective screening, completed 16 out .es to lead the Hirstmen to smashing victory. the Light Blue traveled to U. E. the following week, they had me most feared opponent on the Orange Tornado's schedule. The e completely outplayed U.E., but came out on the short end of the e. . aga Valley came to Elmira the next week boasting of an unbeaten ying like a college team with their beautiful coordination they routed en 21-0. The score would have been much larger if it hadn't been alwart line playing of Brown and Huffner and the backing up by Geloso. nnual Thanksgiving Day game with Ithaca at Elmira gave the Blue revenge over Ithaca's earlier win, and they went out to win 6-0. ieri was the spark plug in the Elmira attack and he plunged over e and only score. the Hirstmen closed another successful season and graduated half m to the armed forces. In all, twenty-nine players received their about eighteen will be back next year. 1 Hirst with his able assistants, Ben Botnick, Nap Blanchette, and er Southern Tier powers. l 1 1 -24 77 iz- 105 pound class-Dainiy RL-savage, 12.11.-X. decis- ionvd Don MC1.cod, 1i.1f.A. 120 ponnd classw-Pete Zawko, EF..-X. dccisioncd Rnss liran1b1c, S.H.S. 1.27 ponnd c1ass-Russ Ho11enhcck. S.H.S. dc- cisioncd Arnold Loomis, 1i.F.A. 135 pound class-Hill Michalko, 1i.F.A. dccisioned Dong Carpenter, S,H.S. 145 pound class-Tonlniy Margeit, lC.1f.,-X. decis- ionvd Dan Noyes, 12.11.-X. ancf Wmdm Top row: Carr, Hollenbewk Beds-nk, WVi1linmS. Bottom row: Neily, Gush Richards, Addabhu. 155 pound class-Ray Wfolgast, 1i.F.A. dccisioned Lester Comfort, S.H.S. 165 pound class-Fred Richards, E.F.A. decisioncd Doug' HufTner, S.H.S. 175 pound class-Tom Hurley, S.H.S. won by '1'.K.O. over A1 Cappola, S.H.S. Heavy wciglit class-jorjo Brown, EFA. dc- cisioned Richard Gryska, E.F.A. ,I , ., .xg QAN, ,,.,M'.5, ,,n,mw1iK.1 ,whiz .wi l l l l l l -MMG! Span!! When the Elmira Board of Education inaugurated boxing and wrestling in the C X realize th The School. arrived. id fans who Am ing for tra-curricular activities last year for the first time,.,little did they K' qt these sports would catch on so quickly with the students of E.H.S. second year of the boxing tourney opened at the Southside High Gradually the boys were eliminated and the big day of the finals Q st a wildly cheering and enthusiastic crowd of nearly one thousand packed the Southside High School gym, most of them students pull- Q their favorites, boxing champions were crowned in nine divisions - Thursday The the seco I ill the tourn and juni As year, ca Southsi afternoon in the finals of the annual E.H.S. ring tourney. I W bout saw the sophomores easily wrap up the team honors, with year men annexing six titles in the inter-class competition on which ey is based. The seniors copped three crowns, with both freshmen ors shut out. Final standing gave the sophomores 20, the seniors 9. to schools, the E.F.A. came through to reverse the tables this pturing seven out of nine titles. They thereby gained revenge over d pions at Huffner One winner. 105 pou who captured the honors last year. Of the three defending cham- ncl Doug Carpenter yielded their crowns to superior opponents .heir weight, only one--Russ Hollenbeck-was able to repeat. Doug a ' ' . ' . o ther mitt tosser, Pete Zawko, joined Hollenbeck as a two time lie earned his second title in the 120 pound class after copping the nd their two honors last year. Both of these lads received silver medals for crowns, while each of the other champions received bronze medals. -il 79 E2- EF , c E , w., '5. 6 11,0-' v'YN-v' UAMPA Q V1 W -I .. 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U -- f . . zisfi. f ' '- X: , f ' -" Rip- is-f -, . . if Y " , ' :1..:5'- ' . xg - Mi! , . 1' J A E- U gf x ' . Y f L 1 A . , Q ., . , , A Q .ge -' 5 -- f- . if V K . K y. gi g. : imgiwsg Fl- . k Vigil X5 I f A - l. fi X1- 2. V Q at - - - . .,, 5 ay NN ,w wW x W,WW V J? ' 1 - :X W ' . 1-3 A Sf, 33-1,. - f fart:-'! X354 ' Q N. f f b I "1 E, E? 5 jc If-i ,gf 'ti rv N. . if . 1 ,gl -E 55' 'rm ,,,, trays.. 'L' 'itiiftiiiaiftii-f'1? ,il 1944 elau TVVO DECADES HENCE . . . Roderick Prechtl, M.D., D.V.M., Ph.D., has just performed a brilliant Dr.' tonsorial operation on Sylvia Adriance. ar Ch stand at Drugs, water. lotte Rutty, famed soprano, has just completed a successful one night "Sloppy joe's" in Havana. Thgresa Schwenkler, brilliant research chemist for Borst and Culfney's as just received the Nobel Prize for making synthetic rubber out of sea Ralph Obler, after months of involved business transactions, has just put PICTOSS 8 "big deal." Lyrn Momo has sprained his thumb and forefinger playing f'Mairzy Doats' on the organ at Carnegie Hall. Helen Parry has just received praise from Jane Harding, editor of that in- Huential newspaper "The Centerville Weakly," for her oration on "Eavestroughs in the Hizabethan Period." Ricl iard Landsiedel has just received an injection of adrenalin from that noted ertomologist Ralph Crabill, to overcome his inertia. Mr. Emory E. Donelson was arrested by that famous crime-buster Ross Colegrowe, for abxconding with two sticks of gum and the class ribbons. Do ald Kennedy has just been arrested for distributing subversive illustrated propagalhda leaflets. LoiE Hamilton yesterday accepted the leading role in the new Broadway musical t Bot 'The Don Edwards Follies." iaventure Grey is now associated with the world famous "McDermott. McDermott and McDermott Beauty Salon" of Fifth Avenue as Swedish masseur. It is rumored that james "Feather-finger" Cronin, president of "Limited Enterpr' ze, Inc." has acquired control of the pickpocket concession at the Main and Water bus stop for the fabulous sum of 33500. The mathematical genius, Edward Whittenhall, is now operating a fish stand at Lake and Water. Robert Pitcher has just returned from the wilds of the North Woods. He brought world. Mr. back two perfect specimens of unicorns, which has startled the scientific Walter Cornell, famous Broadway producer has just announced that his new company has signed contracts with Joyce Hanlon to star in "Your Slip's Showin , Dear" and Ray VVolgast to portray Ray VVolgast in 'fYou're Sitting on My ilyebrowsf' . finally FIQFSH: jean Swann and Ralph Hutcheson announced today that they have ailed out the last copy of the 1944 "Torch," -'Cl 84 l-3+ 8 Mr. anl Mrs. Joseph E. Momo Harriet Mr. and M. Marvin I Mrs. Leo Curran Mrs. Marian Church Dr. and Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. john F. Lynch Mrs. Harry B. Belig Mrs. Lawrence L. Hobler Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. Schwenkler Miss Mary D. Condon Mr and il li Mrs. Thomas Lynough Mrs Edgar Denton Jr n E Colgan C Mrs. J K. Hanlon Mrs. Frank A. Carey - Miss Kathleen B. Miller Dr and Mrs Louisj Lodico Mr 'anl Mrs. james Cunningham Mr and Mrs. Emory Donelson 48639 Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Green DeFilippo Brothers . and Mrs. Charles G. Hill and Mrs. Peter Apenowich Mr. Mr. Dr. T. B. Sturdevant . Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Stover Dr. and Mrs. Hubert W. Fudge Benjamin F. Levys Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoskins Frederick C. Tomlinson i Miss Claire A. Lacey Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patterson Mr and Mrs. Richard Jones Mrs. Eva Go1dsm1th Mr and Mrs. john J. Diveny Dr. and Mrs. C. H Ott Miss Betty Park Miss Mary Scopes ... W ' i 5 Dr. and Mrs. B. Helmkamp Mrs. Harvey Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baker Harry O. Deuel Dr. and Mrs. J. Lee Kinner Dr. and Mrs. Earle L. Miller C. O. Bombarger Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Silas F. Parry I. Etkind R. P. McDowell Miss Grace E. Miller Mr. and Mrs. H. A. wright Mrs. Max Miller Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clara D. Francis H. Fi Mandeville, B Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Garvey Munson tzgerald uck, Teeter 8z Harpending Norman Obler -'ffl 37? .yr r:r+..-X-bv f-Lrg, Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Clark Mrs. Mary M. Foil George G. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frank Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoskins Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Prokop Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mathews Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Iszard Mr. and Mrs. William J. Murphy Dr. Arthur C. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Robert V. Larkin Mr. and Mrs. George E. Kellogg Mr. and Mrs. Emil J. Segur Anonymous Miss Mary C. Mitchell 5 . . -..f " - ., A - - . ji .v" :q A, iff-3-1 Q . x + va f Q Q , 1. 3: 14. J, ' If i.,-, -' ' -ke K ,'1....- 9,- .,Tf,m9 ,J -, ,. , . ff. mf- . , bw g' ,,,-in 1, Q r. 'wr' K ' I , ii'-' ' '5.:i,L...a.' I '...,2f...w,bQ,.-A Miiyaf, F 1 -Y 17,1 Y ...,,,,,,- 7 r, , Salute to the Glass of ,44 . . 5 , Yop ve been doing your share for Victory on the home- front .y . . and at the same time preparing yourselves to be in- telligenti citizens in the world of tomorrow. We admire the way you've pitched in with the waste paper drive. ou've been buying War Stamps regularly as proof of your faith in he future. You've done your part for the Red Cross. You've workedlhard in Victory gardens to insure an adequate food supply for our fighting men and our workers. You've taken part in all the campaigns that back the battlefront. Yolfve realized how important it is to keep the home front in good w rking order . , . and you've eagerly stepped in to fill the gap in the ranks whenever you could. We refer especially to the s lendid way you responded to our call for help. You high school girls have worked on our sales staff during vacation, Satur- days, ahd afternoons. You high school boys have given your strength and energy to help replace those men who have gone in the service. W' deeply appreciate your contribution and hope you will be reward d by the experience you have gained . . . and the satis- faction ilhat you have played a real part by serving on the home- front. , Tolyou who will be enlisting in your country's service, we wish yo Godspeed . . . to you who remain, we welcome your continueld help in keeping the homefront strong. I i SZARD' P l -fl 90 li 1- F I PERRY Sz MAXCY ' I INSURANCE V COR. BALDWIN AND E. SECOND STS. 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I 921 Hpffmcm Street 1 Denllst Civnlserting rubber gag towel and Phone 2-03351 ELMIRA, N. Y. y 1 Spfmgelf H0W,S Your family? t y l t +25 95 lk I I I i I I P I COMPLIMENTS I OF I Compliments I ELMIRA ARMS CO. Of EIrniror's Most Interesting Store I ROTTO RO LERCADE I 117 N. MAIN ST. I I Digi 2-3128 I I Swan 63 Son-Morss Co. Inc. COMPLIMENTS INSU ANCE ALL LINES I OF Corner Lbke 6: Woter Streets HIM Building KOBACKERS ELMIILIA, NEW YORK I I I I I I W. II-I. RITTER AUTO ELE TRIC AND BATTERY j SERVICE I 3075 Roilrood Ave. Phone 7137 Elrniro, N. Y. HomeI ond Cor Rodios KOSMICKI BROTHERS CONFECTIONERY STORE 400 W. Washington Ave. I 'fi I 96 IZ'- ' K, , BLUE CoAL l Elmira f, HEAT REGULATOBS Business 522,95 . ll, Institute T T Chemung Coal Co. 299 E. Washington Ave. Elmlra, N. Y. DIAL 6268 Compliments of ELMIRA FOUNDRY Mallory's Men's Shop where Ouality is not Sacrificeol for Quantity or Price Featuring MCGEEGOE SWEATEES Timely Suits ot Rochester 113 E. WATER, ELMIRA MEET ALPERT and WEAR DIAMONDS 7 ,Ong A L P E R T ' S Credit Iewelers and Opticians Elmira Corning Cortland . . I .v' 'wi .,. - GENERAL ICE CREAM COMPANY 735 BALDTNIN ST. l EIDGCGMBS FURNITURE CO. IQY ALITOMATICS 108 E. CHURCH sr. We have Late Popular Records New cmd Used r Compliments ot Sears Roebuck E3 Co. 207 State St Elrniro, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS P. M. BLIELL-FLORIST 211 W. Gray St. mio U S PA! orr. V Bottled By Elmira Coca-Cola Bottling Works More than a Century ot Sound Banking Chemung Canal Trust Company Founded l833 Member F.D.l.C. L COMPLIMENTS SMART STUDENTS OF CHOOSE l l l K PRODUCTS j E I-I. STRAUSS, lnc l 121 N. Mum Sr.. Elmira Particularly 1 l OUTFITTERS TO MEN ICE CRhAM 3 1 AND YQUNG MEN l l . WY., ,Aw l,,...v,,,..-?,, ,., ,W .v Compliments of Blue Goose Gift Shop l l BEAUTIFUL GIFTS Q INTERIOR DECORATING l 209 College Avenue l Elmira, N. Y. . ., . .. Win.. W T ,W H -M new Y Y Y W ' Critic: So you bought one of those au- tcgmobiles they tell so many funny stories ' t? 100 E Ch h St K W a Walt: YES, and it iz saving Qxqeha lot of . l t t . ' ure ree l frilghds till yollaezlhkgsl aboilalr your Sgr 1122512 F-lmirq N Y ' don't expect you to ask them to ride " ' ' ' 1 around in it. l FINE and COARSE PAPER Possible employer: H'm! S0 you want a job, eh? D0 you ever tell lies? Joyce Hanlon: No, sir, but I kin learn. eil 99 F , L--L LLL M I I I I WHY Elf-IVE YoUE HOUSE I Cow IN WINTER, HOT IN SUMMER? I etter See the cLuTIi: MOTOR Co. I for I 3 l EAGLE PICHER i l INSULATION I i l CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF l944 from SHEEI-IAN'S Visit the Shop thot is Yours, Alone The Hi-School Shop-A-Second Floor i Dlink Fawn Compliments of M. Doyle Marks l I I 55 Son Beverage Elmircis Old Reliable Music Store F 309 E. Water st. E1 " , N Y UVM ew Ork 137 Langdon Plozo I DIAL 5186 I L-, X LLL A L ..-LL , L-, -LM W i T T-AY FINANCE YoUE AUTo ' I TI'lIROUGH THE ' Compliments I Merch nts Acceptance Of C rporation E IIM KIRBY Elnliro, New York I i 'ATI 100 fif- 1 2 our ,.-W, -y Vu- -ff O -A-'fee ea - 4 Ryll s Pharmacy Q HUGHES B- F- BYU' Pm- FUNERAL HOME SODA BAR A 311 Lake Street 414 N. Morin St. I Phone 4324 Elmirct, N. Y. ADVERTISER DRY 255231121 CQ IOB PRINTERY, INC. ' i -0- 1 "Printing for Every Purpose" 263 West Fifth Street 218 Baldwin St. Dial 2-2787 phone 2-5137 "' i 1 0nl'lf ll 1' 1 I V255 ' 'iii' 3 coMPL1MENTs 1' " Q . 2' x X11 R 'F 61 in " 2aze:1e1:t2Eigsglgliiauv ff, OF 4 '15 f 1 -w N N 4 MARK TVVAIN ?f X511 afff ARE YOU UP A TREE? You can learn from the thrifty Squirrel. He saves. Why don't you? Sturt an interest account with us. Elmira Bank E3 Trust 1 Company I Six Convenient Offices - Member FDIC 101 13? Y L rsr 014 SNYDER BROS PRINTING CO SNYDER BLDG. -AMAIN ST. ,., WT OO A O O -O ' A GRAND PLACE TO QIOHN S SHOP .... BODY5 and FENDER THE EI MIRA 7 SHOP MARKET PLACE 506 East Water Street Lanqdon Plaza p , Dial 2-9391 I P-?iYi iWi Wviif i Y VVVY fvvirii'-Tv -l M , A . A SAMOA OOO ,O O, i 1 A R O S S I S EARL 6 IERRY S E BOWLING Langdon Plaza 42-93767 TEA ROOM RESTAURANT C2-09217 , Gnd BAKERY SODA FOUNTAIN 408 W. Washington Ave. Mm st. store C2-57093 ,,, I ,, Tw, Wi, .1 10 WHITES SPORTSWEAR Budget M2815 for for Have you tried the GRADUATION PLAY NEW SODA AND COFFEE SHOP TOTS S TEENS I4 'Ilurner Bldg. at HOTEL LANGWELL Lunches from 35c Dinners from 55c Am' Fountain Specials Daily I And the Same Famous COfHDlirnents LANGWELL QUALITY of Entrance on State Street 10.1 Welliver Construction Park Swans Trio Terrace COH1p8Hy Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. I Nites ALL KINDS OF WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND FLOOR COVERINGS H. Sheehe Sales Company ll2 Lake Street Elmira, New York Curtains Linoleurns Aiphalt Tile Phone 2-1795 THEIR FRIENDS Elm Chevrolet-Oldsmobile and McKinnon General Tire Distributors of Chevrolet - Oldsmobile General Tires Hawkinson Retreacls -if 103 1 STATE GRILL Q I l 4 1 HOWELL Elmira sl Modern Restourcint E L M I RA STEAKS lIHOPS SEA Eoons QSQQZZSQ a11o'Pri1zferJ 133 E. Water 2-9183 FMHOWELLLCO 1 h ELMlRA,NY A I A A A YA +ve- 1,5 -E L-, 1 -L, L Y,,7 ,VL ,EE ,WL SH1lEIBMAN'S 1 Compliments DIAMONDS WATCHES ' of KIRK STERLING SILVER Iewelers since 1893 2l4lEost Water St. 1 1 7, ,, ,WT , ,,, E., ,v 7,7 Empire Foods Incorporated .. EY.. E Y V- --Y - f- Bradyl Electric lnc. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY IOBBERS 1 255-259 Stote Street Ellmiro, N. Y. PHONE 9191 Lagonegrds Pipe Shop PipeseePouc1'1es ci Lighters Cottee Sodom Bor 353155 C5135 157 LAKE ST. ffuliai B. Murphy W. 1. E E. R. YouNc. LUMBEE APPAREL sHoP 2 Building Moteriols Complete 122 W. 111011491 si. mai O11 111101111 si. I 861 E. Church si. 1 I 4- 104 'E Compliments Edwards 5 - 10 - 25 Stores 400 S. Main Street Phone 2-7312 207 Hoffman Street Phone 2-6002 Commie's Tire Shop 267 Baldwin St. EXPERT RECAPPING Done by Commie Personally Compliments of ELMIRA STORE FIXTURES Distributor B. F. GOODRICH TIRES 2-4312 Cpen 'Til 9 P. M. VVERDENBERGS CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS tor MEN and BOYS Main and Vtfater Sts. Elmira, N. Y. Compliments oi Union Central Life Insurance Company 5 2 1 st I- -4 A A '-Sa fo 0 623' Q"41uNl1'4 Compliments RUDY'S GREENHOUSE 955-955 Hoffman St. Edward Clauss, Proprietor Miss VVixon Quoted trig teacher of the E. F. AJ: And have you proved this proposition ? Ralph Obler: Provcd is rather a strong word hut I can say that I have rendered it highly probable. Father twhen Roderick had rc-turned from his day at schoolji XYhat did you learn at school today, son? Rod: I learned to say 'Yes, sir' and 'No, sir' and 'Yes, ma'am' and 'No. ma'am.' Father' Y d'l2 . ou rc. Rod: Yep. ef: l05 JAN PARKER 1 FLORIST Dial 2-3553 l 5 Compliments l C sl Barlfield-Iennings t 'W'ti""""'Ww H 1 1 Corp. BICYCLING l is more fun with cr Seeds 9 Bulbs Insecticides l MORROW COASTER BRAKE Pits Gnd Supplies 1 Eclipse Machine Div. ' l Bendix Aviation Corp. 232 W. Water St. 1 Elmira' N. Y. , T We A l , 5, ds- sl 5 5-1, dd 1 :Compliments 1 P. 5 M. SULLIVAN h of 1 l I 1 FURNITURE ! 1 Dyake Iewelry 1 1 BUGS and DRAPERIES F Store 1 115-117 E. Wqrer sf. l 1 ' 1 l 1 . V' "ii 4 ' T i A V iiiiiii ii M 5 Compliments l E of Compliments i 1 1 B. Il LITTER Co. 1 O iContractors SERVHU 5AVE,U 359 E. Fiftli 51. Elmira, N. Y. 1 I l , i . l V 1 fl 106 Q21- l SAVE BY TRADING WITH Dave Schoonover Square Deal Ieweler Watch Crystals 49c Mainsprinqs 961.45 120 E. water sf. ' Elmira, N. Y. PERFECT SERVICE LAUNDRY 409-41 1 Madison Avenue Telephone 6235 ELMIEA, N. Y. ,,,,.- , Schanalnefs Diners Elmira G Wellsboro, Pa. GOOD PLACES TO DINE ,,,, ,, ,W ,+A ,, 7,7 ,,,, , , ,, ,, Pore EVERY OCCASION KINNEY SHOES l35-l37 West Water St. ,-.- V W ,,,. ROSENBAUM' Smart "Carolyn" Frocks for Graduation and Class Day Exclusive in Elmira with Iustin T. McCarthy Funeral Home 403 Walnut 5880 Rosenbaum's l SELECTING A MEMORIAL , . X may be a difficult task it left until necessity , ,. . . K Ext calls. You can avoid Worry and distraction by I 3,37-1,.'z 0 ' planning your memorial program Without haste If ffm' ' ' Build while you live. Leave not to others qq lam a choice riqhtly yours. ' -il: Q75 5'-.'3f'1'-'i'w., -Tfnlfg'-.1' ll'2,.5! - ' - - lVI1lne s Memor1al Studio if 'Q,, '! :n'. l --lj: ll05 Walnut Street, Elmira, N. Y. i Dial 5569 l l l Poli A TRIM-SLIM Mom GLAMoRoUs LooK E ' rising mum IIWARTZ Drink 1 HTOISO Q Milk . lt's Good for Your . Health l r S art Woman? Sho! Mlm ST"E'JM"'A ELCOR DAIRIES ' l wr Y V W if Y 7 l V-.- - , SUCCESS TO THE l HOVELL S CLASS or '44 E GIANT 1 T SGDA BuRT's INC. N l l57 N. Main Street l i i i igv -M V l Yi . C-. . ,- ---O ..-. icomphmems RICHPIELD HI-OCTANE GASOLINE l of i ELMIRA o1L Co. Henbest Insurance I Service i l RICHLUBE OIL 6 l 6 William Street i l . We.- .. -. . .. .. .C . lie. . C. C--. ...VT ...Ui SUNDUlliE PAINT PRODUCTS l "Painters Wise Sunderizen t T l M. Sus ind E3 Sons, Inc. Wallpaper,l Paints, Vlfindow Shades Venetian Blinds, Art Materials Phone Qi-0888 ll6 Lake si. I QElmira, N. Y. l W. M. SPIEGEL SONS l l l ? Elmira. N. Y. 1 l l l l 4 l . O. i N, lt' FIDELITY MUTUAL I Compliments lEstablished l878l COMPLETE LIFE PROTECTION O'Neill's Shoe Store I l 35100 per Month-Disability for Life l S100 per Monthfelfarnily Protection 105 W- Water St- SlOO per Month4RetirerrIent for Life General Agent t ,LL , for Southern New York William E. Murdock i Manager l Magazines Records AUTO-FIRE Novelties GENERAL INSURANCE NOVELTY SMOKE Campbell-Murdock Co., Inc. lEstalJlished l868l 302-303 Snyder Bldq. DIAL 2-4373 l ' Y lb, -.-L l I Elmira ? Drug and Chemical Co. l 157 Baldwin St. SMITH. and FUDGE PHONE 4248 FUNERAL HOME Elrnira's Largest Retail and Prescription Pharmacy CHEMICALS ELASTIC SUPPORTERS Mrs. Prechtl: Mrs. Sullivan, yer child is badly spoiled. . I Mrs. Sullivan: Gawn wid yez. Personius and Malone Reddy to Wear Accessories and Linens Mrs. Prechtl: Well, if you do11't belieye it, come and see what the steam roller did to it. Mrs. Deuel: VVhat is the plural of man. l Arnold? Loomis: Men. Mrs. Deuel: Correct. And what is the 5 plural of child? t Loomis: Twins. 109 E+ --- IINEMIE SAYS- Exclusively in Elmira Michael Sterjx CS Co. Botany 500 Norsted-tex Hart Schaffner 6: Marx Frank's Clothes Shop Main at First Elmira, N. Y. -9.1- . --i...1.-.. 77 .. SEE Y -V BECKERMAN TIRES RECAPPED, VULCANIZED 61 REPAIRED Official Tire Inspector Beckerman's Sunoco Service Church ci Madison 714 Lake St. J Clompliments I of PRAYER PRQDUCTS I - - -Y W, Fora SMART APPAREL LOGAN ROGERS 134 VJ. Water St. 1 vi, - 1. fww. A INTERIORS Wiih all Good Wishes b 1 Y from the MdRRISON'S Elmira, N. Y. 210-212 W. Gray St., Phone 2-5666 GORTON COY Elmira's Home of Fashion is 1 A- domplirnents Compliments f of of RALPH 1. HASKELL Friend Y,,, i I 1 K -124 110 13+ l OZJ 0123 STUDIO PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION Your pholoqraphs in This book are lhe work of our E sfudios. We sincerely hope lhal all lhese phofographs will perpeluale The memory of happy clays spenl al' l i ELMIRA FREE ACADEMY May we Thank you for Jrhe honor and privilege l l l of having served you. l l l TW' A T' l GOLD TONE STUDIO 204 W. Water St. Elmira, N. Y. w Phone 2-7431 ff lll I E LL L M- I I I r i be Gommerciaf gyress I PRINTERS OF "THE TORCH" r n I r I I g OFFERS ITS DEPENDABLE SERVICE TO ALL WHO DESIRE i I ugjrilzfiizq wiflz QJresfiqen I 380 SOUTH MAIN ST., ELIVIIRA, N. Y I I I v VTTY' ' "' TT' 'V Y I . 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