Geneseo Central School - Jen O See Yearbook (Geneseo, NY)

 - Class of 1939

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'Q 'S 'Q D 'Q I VJ ACTI XITI E 1 E RE 'X 3 'C O I. F! JIT P 'Fld Q et' roudly rt stands on the h111s1de so rm W1th 1ts bvnners floatrng on h1gh The finest Normal rn the J For you Well andx do or d1e er-1oR L s The n Cheer for Alina M ter Our foster mother dear May her sons and daughters ever, Love her Hom year to yeaq May they her mem ry cherish, I2 duty never 1211, Q Nor let her honor perish, 57 To Geneseo! A ' l I N30 U-I ll haul! S' p 3 ETSa-IW SLN 1 ITDIN as .. fi as , A to 5 ,ami . : , 'SW , , W , 40' O OUR DEAN OF MEN In guiding us you show the way to greater things, . . .,a fuller life . . . a purpose for our thoughtsg Our footsteps turned toward future goals, But founded on the knowledge of the past, Led onward by the faith you hold in usg We strive to build the dawning future new and free, And bring to education aims of vital living and success. W 1 .1 rs 5 91. R. LEROY COUNTRYINIAN wx C r A I 13V 'L K ' 7' it J -Q x ' J U 4 1 'YY' ' 'I kT,s'v 'Bill ' ' 1 v a 4 3 . if I A 6 " - f X l 25 K ' Q' 'l I I 1 .1 " ': , 1 1-. ' 'fin-.-: im ff C -E. ' .-. A I? ng QI - Ccmfenfa - - f JI I J ', A I I 1,5117 l , V 1 cv 41' ! :, 6' I' I! ' ' f Q 'f P5 ff" 9' I I s 'A' -'A-4 ,vi X' lin' if x f M1 'W ' I' l f ff 1 I' f I 11 5 4 ,X W1 if I IW ' M' 'I 1" 1 L ,rf ' V, 1, 1 W ADMINISTRATION I ll L' lj 17 . 1 'I I I VM. 1- I "AA 'I ' f 9 'I I ' 1,4 Q X I .nl N K ,lil I, J X I, 7 A CLASSES ' fl ! if . I 7 ' I' 1 IJ , F ACTIVITIES 3 2 .5 . n - 'g ' A V1 ' ff I " Y - F I f ' FEATURES If 2 f K M ' ' I if A M' A I ,, I ,, 3 AZ -, Y , V 4 O 1. f V W .f .. .f I I 1 I -- '51 ' 1- - I, ,A 7 I A If 7 f' A---1: III' A W f Z , 1 X ,IX A Q I 7' 'T I V 1 , .4 82472 - ' 'A 'K' "1 1 ' f ff ' IA . - np- X 4g'iWf m IgH 7 A , , :' W I 5 E: .- :Q V !g.:E':T-' 9 If ' I ' ' 7 I 'gf 5 l 55:3 2-535 f Eiizizaia K f X f I , I as 3- 1 f -5521, ""'. ' 5 :::::5g- , f , , I f gi 1 X -- .....-I .mnim f 1 ,f , ' 5-2 ..:::v ::: :sr I lg f f' f Q ' f 2' - f , ' xQ'a"!:1:,uu , --1 If , , ff Af I f ' I f f 1 Z j K S l,fl,,,, + f , j f - A f f , '- 5 fl , ff Z ' I X -' X X X 2 91' gl 3 fg Q 4 1- MQ 21 5 "aL'Li.J fl IIT.- ,- 3 to '10 fQ o mf-W 'j 'Kai'-1, , x.4,,,f X STK 'UO Dr. Lehman Mr. Countryman Dr. Welles Dr. Harmon Mr. Holcomb ilmiizs B. Wuiiias, Ed.D., L.H.D. A genial spirit, 21 genuinely democratic attitude, and ll friendly desire to he of uid comhiiie to make it personality which commands deep respect. Dr. Welles, hy his executive mamigenient, has won our admiration and coopera- tion in all his ventures. P R I N C I P A L DIRECTUR OF TRAINING Dr, l,elimi1ii is ileeply respected ziml genuinely' lil4eil hy' the entire li2lCLllfX iiml stiiileiit hocly ol' Geiieseo. His siiperh ellicieiic-x' ziiicl tireless eiiergy are riiigeil hy Ll quiet h iimoi' ziiicl il liriemlliiiess which he exreiiils to gill. llis l'CIll21I'li2llWlC uhiliries have won hoth local ziml wicle-spi'c'iiil ecoigiiirioii. Om' sincere iippreciutioii goes to one who so eiiihoclies the viral .. A ,. i NIWIVII ol our school. Vi ith cleep regret we lzice his leaving Ueiieseog hut with poi iii his zicliieveiiieiir we wish him success. Ciiifxiziixci-10. l-iciiM,xx, lJh.D, D I1 A N O F W O M N llcrc is Ll pwsmmliry' with tliosc rzirc traits, syiupzitlly and umlu smmliiig. D11 Hiirmoii is gcmiiiicly intcrcstcul in the prolwlcms xx clliuim- ol thc inniiy girls who come to lici' lui' uilvicc uml comlmt Nli xxmm-ii srmlcnts ol' Gcncsco Zllhl iiizikiiig the places wlicrc they lim Q luis lx-cn most uctivc in liclping to iinpmvc tlic social lilc ol' flu lwmu-lil4c11ml1itti'z1ctix'c.'l1otl1c girls in Gcncsco slic is ll liostci'-inor giiiilf, giml tiiuml. l,L'm' kl.'XRlNlUN, lJl1.D. tg patiently with the struggling stutlent in antl out nl elasses, he lin R. liizm C,cwNi'iu'x1ixx, MA. Duriiw the veats Mr, Ciountminan has heen in Geneseu his name antl P" . Netsnn have heeoine syntmyinous with geniality antl guotl will. XYtn'l4 en, Mix Clnuntryinan assumes the responsihilitv ol' helping eaeh ol' . t e htws to solve his numerous and eninplex prohlems, tgixing him ulviee antl eneouragenient, and helping in his tlevelopment. D L A N O F M E tls that all his aetivities are not mathematical ones. As Uean nt' l'IllliDl2RlCK ll. l'lOlL'OMIl, MJX. Comhining hrislt elliciency with 21 cordial geniulity, Mr. Holcomlw is known to the students lor his genuine friendliness and good will. Many seniors have reinurlxed upon the inviting atmosphere which pervades his olliee, and those underclussmen who are fortunate enough to meer him personally agree that he is the kind ol Principal they would like to work lor. There can he no greater trilwute paid him than that his eo-workers enjoy their associations with him. PRINCIPAL ' TI-IE SCHOOL OF PRACTICE lucy: Row: Mr l'.1rri', Dr. Millr, Dr, Xqqer, Mr. Bailqy, Mitt Ragerr, Dr. Belrrem, Dr. Kirfwml.rw1, 1'uoN'1' now: Mint Tflllllfilf, Mr. Cnlnlfrwlnnl, Dr. Hfeffcr, Dr. Hurwwz. The Faculty Council may be called the "bridge of understanding" between the students and the administration, aiming toward a mutual friendliness and sympathy. Each member of the Council is thoroughly qualilied, as head of his department, to assume the responsibilities of the duties of his position on the council. Long and rich experience has developed in each one the ability to appraise human nature and solve human problems. Many a student, being confronted by a dilliculty of seemingly insurmountable proportions, has had the tangled threads unravelled by the Faculty Council and has emerged from disillusion and discoutagement with clearer eyes and a more optimistic outlook for the future. At their frequent meetings, the members of the Faculty Council discuss any matters which affect the welfare of the school at large. Through the exchange of their ideas they are able to formulate plans for and means of improving Geneseo Normal School. Although we have our own governing body to carry out the wishes of the students, the Faculty Council acts in an advisory capacity to the Student Cooperative Govern- ment, as well as to the administration and the student body in general. ACULTY COUNCIL 14 STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Time does not lag at Student Government meetings. From the moment the pound of the presidents gavel calls the excited throng to order until the sound of the bell, which means that only a few moments are left, the scene is one of expectation. Problems that are closely connected with the lives of the students are discussed at these fortnightly meetings. Controversy is waged fiercely to be followed by compromises usually agreeable to most concerned. Plans are made for activities, dances, and week-end fun. The meetings show a cross-section ofthe students' opinion and are a true indication of the consensus of the school's opinion. Much careful attention is given to the selection of the officers. These officers represent the entire student body and are chosen by the students for the honor and dignity of their oflice. Campaign and election time are most exciting in Geneseo. Posters, speeches, and parades are but a prelude to election day when the school as a whole delivers the final verdict. The minutes tick off rapidly, too rapidly. Another eventful year of Student Gov- ernment meetings has drawn to a close. JIM. Killer, .Txl71QL'flf, Bower, Ilofmer, Dr. Megfltfffm, G. Dewey. 15 STUDE YJQNIA, , 4 ' M" 16 O . ' W" ."' ,J p.. X .' ,J s ,XJ f jf i -i A ' Y x' 1 ' i . 'I "The old order changeth, yielding place to new." Freshly furnished, the student council room, now located in the administration lwuilding, looks inviting and lwusiness-like. ln its new setting, the room hears a striking resemhlance to that ol the executive chain hers ol' a husiness corporation. The Student Council, as a hody representative ol student choice, lorniulates rules concerning student cond uct, social functions of the standing committees, scholarship standards lor ollice-holding in all student organizations, and the formation ol new cluhs. Acting as our representatives, the memhers of the council determine the importance ol varied school prohlems, and those which most directly pertain to the student lwody as a whole are sulwmitted to the Student Cooperative Government lor discussion and decision. Grievances which have heen placed in the lwox set aside lor that purpose are discussed in council meetings and then hrought lweliore Student Government lor open discussion. A Composed ot' selected memlwers from each class, the Student Council is an important Jlgvdy in ther,gox'e1'i1i1ierltfol'.our school, lwoth hy and for the Geneseo students. il' - ,V . ,i. V , W-.J,fJ'g" V ,f H x f l' ' .' - .J J' 'Q J' , " ' ' J! 'px 'i' . . . Bill! gmt r'i.fR1ilaf,'lm'm?r, M, Mt'Mi1ifvr, Ipillfllll, Mr.ll.1rlvr', Dr. Mvgiztfifzlz, tlrrffllff, sitoxii now llfffwvi, liifuri, l7t'n'i'i, ," -4' ' l. ' - -'T .Y,njQtv1t, lflrmf. 1'1toN'r now: Ulifazzbnrg, .Wfvrnli 11, I.. lzzii, .Hzffwg l'r.1quu. lk 1 ' 1 3' ' nfm,4!'v 1 16 NT COUNCIL , .1- UMR now: lfilllff, llilr-fr, Cfiqy, .S'arLvff, eyfffllllll, Pfuft, B. Slllflff, De Graff, llerfe, IDfll.ft', ll '.1.r.rurfm1,r, Guiw, I.arrazz'. Tllllill Row: IIllf1!1KQfL'PI, llillrlllf, Run, Cflwrrlv, Bailv, 0lJvr1b1njq, Prvrrrm, la: liertmzrx, Bennctl, Allen. SECOND now: Strolfv, llvlfvr, Ilfnzrpvrgcr, Riwzberk, Dr. llurfmw, Milfvr, llbxrnrr, A'tmn.l, Murfiwer. 1fixoNT Row: Mullen, .Sj'n1nf1i!.r, Vim Du Mark, Cazrzzliqqizru, Dv I.ce1fzc', Llqiil, Mizrflwll, .lvJ.X'fU71, If. Snliflv. The job of being house president, especially of a large house, is not an easy one. If you don't believe it, try it sometime. The House Presidents Federation is an organ- ization composed of the presidents of all the houses. They meet every two weeks to discuss mutual problems and to try to settle these problems. The federation makes plans for better lighting, heating, and room arrangement in the respective houses. The house presidents themselves are "go-betweensu for the administration and the heads of the rooming houses. The organization elects oflicers in the beginning of the school year who stay in olliee until june. The main activities which the federation sponsors are open house and the entertainment of the house mothers. Open house was especially successful this year. ln some houses faculty members were entertained at formal dinners and l Q l 'nin in socitl living fuided as it is Ea afterward shown around the iouses. euci trai g 5 z g, by the organization, has resulted in so many adjustments through cooperation that the girls have been enabled to live together more comfortably and happily. O HOUSE PRESIDENTS' FEDERATION 17 rm ,,X Wm.- GUY A. B.-XII.IiY Syracuse University, li.S.g lliiiversity of Rochester, Mb. hlARY l-UL'lSlf li.'XKlfR Columbia llniversitv, l5.S., lVl.A.g llnix'ersity ill Culi- forning Kappa l7elt.i Pi. l'llfRlNl.'XN D. lilfllRlfNS Kansas Stare Teachers Col- lege, B.S.g Ohio State llni- versity, MA., Ph.D.g Phi Delta Kaplan. HELEN V. BOYD Ohio State Universitv, B.S., M.A.g Lilllllklkl plilllllslglllkl. GAILIL A. CARBAUGH Wichita University, B.A ' lhiiversity of Kansas, MAI Ohio State University, Ph.D.g Phi Delta Kappa. VR.-XM KS N. li,-XKliR Wellesley 4 ulletizc, H.A.gC er- tilicnte, .'hll5.ll1Y Smit- l,ihr.u'x Sehoolg Schuul ul Lihrnri' Serxiue, lUllllIllWl.l l7niwi's4 ity, Mb. MAR Y I-R.'XN1liS R.-XNN.-KN St. Louis Institute ul Musitg George Peixhoilv Kiolltjtgc, BS NI 'X MAR Y A. ISOLPS Qfolumhht l'nixei'siry, 138.3 Uriiversitv ol Rochester. HELEN R. RR fXliM New York lhiiversity, HS., M.A.g Kappa Deltal Pi. R. l.lfRUY CfUllN'l'RYM.'XN Grove City Lollege, ILA., lN1.A. T H E F A C U L T Y H E F A C U L T Y Xliliql DllNiQ.'XN S.llWl5:lIlCAll Lcnvc Sure 'll-.lclmurs College, Io- xx.1,ll..'X.g ilOlllllllWlil llnivcr- s1rv,M,nX. TINA 'lf lflUDY Snare ,l1C1lCllUI'S College, Bul- l.1lo, IRS. lil..-XNCHE il. Iflll.l,IiR Qllllllllllild. lluixcrsity, ILS., NIA. ROIKIQRT .-X, LSRliliNli Allrull l IIXXCVSIIY, llbgiol- llIlIlWl.l llnixursity, MA. Qlurucll llnlxcrsiry, lll1.D. lllll l7clt.1 Kappa. MARY lfR:XZliR HALSIH Stare Normal School, Gene seo, New York. 1 T H E F A C U L T Y l-L'C,Y IIARMON State Tenclicrs Clollege, Pitts- burgh, Kansas, B S., Lfiiiver- sity Of c,lllC2l'LIO, MA g New York l'i1iversity, l'h.D., Theta Sigma l'psiloi1, Sigma Tau Delta. HAZEL IIILKS S.ilwlmric.il Le.ne Western State 'l'c-neliers Col- lege, liltlmmizoo, Minh., ILA., Columbia linixersity, MA. CAROL M. l'lUl,LfXNl3 New York llniversity, B.S. in Music, M.A g lhiversity of Rochester. MAY E. LANPHILR State Normal College, Al- lwanv New York' Columbia L,im1VLfSify. ' l.liNA M, iiiwis State Teachers College, Al- hany, BA., Clolumlwia llni- versity, M.A. l.ll.l.l.XN l.. lllil.I.Mll ll Columlwigi Vnixersitlv, HS. lfRl'QlJliRlK K ll. llOl.C'UMll Colgate l'iiivet'sity, US., Columhiit l'lllXCI'SlIl', lNl.A.g New York l'iiivex'sity. llliSS li. -IUIINSON State 'l'e.1eliL-rs Vol lege, North Dakota, ll,A.g Cul- umlwiu llniversitv, M..'Xg Colotultlo .Stare College til lftlucation, Greeley, l'li.l5. CLARICNC li U. l.lillM:XN Blulliton College, ll.A.Q Ohio Stare l'r1ivei'sity, MA., Ph.D., Phi Delta Kappa Nlfxlill: .'X. l.OllRliN llniversiry ol Minnesotii, ll.S., fiilllllllllld llniverbity, MUN. I,lll.U li. lN1cWll.LlAMS Uiiivcrsity ul Cliicilgo, l'l1.ll,5 tlolumlwiu Llnivcrsirx M , :L GliRliARD R. Mlfli " ll IN Amherst College, Ali., All . Loi- mzll llnivvsrsitv, M.5.,l'l1. Sigma Xi, Signm fldllllllil lfiwsilon. R, DllDl.liY Mll.l.liR Sfalfc lc: ' D., itlicrs lollcfw llul- ry - lnlu, Non Mark, llb. in lntlustrml rkrt. Rll'l'll M. NOR'l'l IWAN Ntilrc '1 ' . ' .U , la lLlILIS Colltht, Xl lmny, New York, ll,S,g lol llllllW1Ll llniiursity, MA ' Nun' York lluiwrsity. IIOIIN ll. PARRY l l4IIllllf0I'I Ciollt-gc, HA., lxl..'k.Qk.Olllllll1lAl llnixcrsity , M.A.g l'l1i Di-lm K.1pp.1gl'l1i llclxt Kappa. CLAYTON C. MAU University of Michigan, BA., Columlwia University, M.A.g Cornell University Pl1.D.g Pi Gilllllllil Mu. x k,l..'xR.-X li. MIl.l,liR St. l.i1wrcncc University, lib., MA. lfl.ORliNCli V. NAGLE tfolumlwkt Uiiivcrsity, BS., M , sk. llUSlil'l-l lNli PA LM ER Suite Normal School, Onc- onm, New Yurkg Slovil Training School, liostdn, lXl.lSS.lCllllSCIfS. lil.S:X lf l,lLACfUCili Russell S.1gc College, 13.5. in Pliysiuil litlucritioug New York Llniwrsity, MA. J? T H E F A C U L T Y ELSIE M, QVINIEY l1l'l.:X Rlz'I'lIORNl linrmml College, li,.'X.g Col- lhixcrxily of Illmois, US., lllI1l3f2ll:IliNL2TSifX, MA. Columlmm lvIlHL'I'5IfY, M..'X. MARY CQ RIKYHARIDSON .-XI.llfIi DJXMUN RIDICR Wcllcslcv Clollcgu, li,.'X,, lhixcrsxly ol Migl1ig.m, Hxrvzllml l'nixc1'sitx', IALM., l3..'X,, MUN. in l,ihr.u'v New York l'11ixu1'sity, Scicnuc, l1llIXL'I'hilN ol Roch- lCal.l3. cstcrg Phi Hut.: Knplm. GL.-XDYS I..RHODl15 C..'XCu'NlI1S RIUNIAY ohm Lmix-L-I-my, lx.s,,M,1Q, 511N'1'f'l1'l If-iw K11pp41Dclr41 Pl. lollxmlwnl lAllINCI'NIlK , IRS., MA., K,1pp,1 llvlm Pm. Iil.Ii,'XNOli ROGERS I.l:N:X JK. RUCQIQRS S"b5tm'tC New York lvIliYCI'SilV, NAS, Syracuse lknixcrsity, HS.: lolumlwm lVIIlXL'I'SIfY, MA, Vnivcrsitv Oi'SOlIfl1lJI'I1 C Llll' K " i'or11i11,Mv,A. X, ,I' K 'kk L'lA"lLJ f 4 , . w' .f" lv ,MJ 'sl gk ' Ik .Ly -' lil.lZAl3If'l'H A. RUXYLIQS lQ.'XliRff,I'bl4.'X K. SlflQl'fli Clolunmlwia Univursiry, IRS., lOIlllNbf1l Vnixcrsily, IRS., MA. MA., New York l'lllXL'I'- sity, liYl.U. T H E F A C U L T Y T H E F A C U L T Y ,I, IRIQNIC SMITII NIiI.LIIi II, S'I'ARRIi'l"I' Sxrauuse Ilnixersiry, Ii.A.g Columlwia llnixersity ILS. Iolumlwia llniversity, MA. MA. I.lI.I.I.'XIXl Y, S'I'IfW.'XIl,l4 IIIQRNIK I2 T. S'I4RUIi'lfIjl.. Klolumlwia Iluixersily, II,S,, lolumlua Vuiversiry, IIS., INI..X. INI..'X. INIJXII Y A. IIAIIUINIQXS MAY 'IIRUIXIIJILR Yassar iollcge, ILA., State Columlwia University, IIA., Ieaellers College, Allwany, NIA., Kappa Delta Pi, New York, lHI.Il.g folumlvia N. S. S. Ii. ll11Ix'e1'sItv, INIJX. IQ, IlI.'I'A YJXN NURINIAN 11.-XMIQS B. WIQLLIQS Salwlvaricall IACZIYC IIIIIOII Lollege, IBA., llol- Ilrliversiry ol' Rochester, umlwia Iluixersiry, MA., ILS., MJX. IiIl.D.g Union College, I..II.D.g Plll Delta Kappa, Phi Iieta Kappa, Kappa Delta I'i. IRA S. WILSON DOROTHY WYl.KOFIf Springllelkl College, IIS., Teachers College, Greclev, MA. iiolorgulo, I3.A,, llolumlvia Vnixersity, IXIQX. K N4-5 fbi' 1' - -ff T H E F A C U L T Y Y BETTY ANDREWS ISABEL Y. BODEN Rochester Business Institute. Rochester Business Institute. QIUANITA B, BROAD FRJKNLES BROWN Geneseo State Normal Geneseo State Nornml School. School. ESTHER l,. CAMPBELL CLARISSA l.UTI'liNTON Rochester Business Institute. Higliluncl Hospital School of Nursing, Rochester, New York, RN. BERNICE J. SAGER Geneseo State Normal School. eLibrary Clerk., f X 2 Q XY Z 47' Z k . - v : N fp 1 'Y ,il W . wifi, A A 1 3 ' if Qgiw 9 4 'E' 224 xii! 3' ATA ' 'S' 9 ' 'f 3-gi fm: Ss M Sw . -1 p L . 5 -2 lx -Jw-J, m.l'l"vu!-bf-1-"" " ..,......- L 1. --Q., ac, Q F U :- 5 Ox' 1 C v O N 'J W C ' 1 U O Q r 1 YO ! Q , p l Q- . Q . O 9 - 14: .HQ 1 Y an Less 11 , I uk' p -F WT ELIZABETH HAKES Leading students through their last year at Normal School is not an enviable task. It has taken genuine effort and true guidance to direct the Seniors through a successful year. However, Miss Hakes accepted this responsibility without hesitancy. Her leadership is gratefully appreciated by the Senior Class and it has been a guarantee ofa smoothly running, effective year's work. It has been said that the artist must possess the clearest powers of ob- servation and thus he is trained in that quality. Miss Hakes is an artist. Although it is usually claimed that transfer of training is negligible unless there is teaching for transfer, it would seem that Miss Hakes has transferred this power of clear-sightedness and close observation to her direction and management of the Senior Class. SENIOR ADVISE 25 FLORENCE ANGELL Stanley GENERAL ELEMENTARY Gamma Zeta, 2, 3, G, R. E., 1, House Presidents' Feder- ation, 2. 3. '-E 34-XJ I 0a.Lx 6005 E I bxpo 54 x 40 Y A . fy? La A, U Kal 5' " fy i .1 iff ,flop X of yin- , V X ow., 0 wp' LV' 9-4 356' g Af. 5 OJ S, x- xd9rfiRR,1oR1Eis.ALtvEc3R kpr og, Mumlord Dk by . GENERAL ELEMENTARY I T Q xxetlitisag Library Club, 1 X gi P1-Qihoif, 1, 2, 3, Early chilli " fx hood Education Club, 2. FLORENCE BAGG Warsaw GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL ci..-iss Gamma Zeta, 1, 2, 3, Corn- muters' Club, lg I. C. E. C., 3, House Presidents' Feder- ation, 1, 2, 3, KATHERINE E. BARRETT Buffalo GENERAL ELEMENTARY G. R. E., 3, Agassiz Associ- ation, 3, Girl Scouts, 2. I 26 ELLSWORTI-I A. BAKER Warsaw GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Alpha Sigma Epsilon, Psy- chology Club, 1, 2, I. CQ. E. CI., 3, Agassiz Association, 1, 2, Basketball, 2, IVIARGARET BAKER Syracuse GENERAL ELEMENTARY Arethusa, Early Childhood Education Club, I, 2, 3, Clothurnus, l. . -sol" 2 True 4 ,ms - V f - bf I .. Riff E' MARY B NEY , LORRAINE IIEHNKE J, R er Kendall GENE AL E E EN ARY GENERAL ELEMENTARY Aret lusa In r Fr i I ' - i v Council,,! eff: ' tee, Epfij ildhood Edu- catiptf Club, 2, 1. , f 4 "il f ' ' nfff' I f I - ld ff !L,1?4,fg-Qf' i I K I, I ff I 'V- 1. -E junior Class Vice-President Alpha Delta, Lamron, .1 General Activities Commit- tee, Basketball, lg Dancing 1, 2, v New York City GENERAL ELEBIENTARY LIBRARY Freshman Class Treasurer, Sigma Pi Sigma, 2, 3, 4- Grand Treasurer, Library Cluh, 1, 2, 3, 4, Carol Chor- A-40' . 51 Q Q 1,7 Zi' 4 SL L ? f 94 IDA MAE BELL I9 AQHEJQ QA' 4 Q PEGGY BRANDT Q 1 iflh'CityR Geneseo NE L EN Y o j GENERAL ELEMENTARY' ES! 5.1 Aretgqq QQZISSQ Ass 'a- 4' Student Council, 3, Clion- tion Li, ,3,v rl uts,f Q ian, Alpha Sigma Omicron, Kdisketfgl, ,Bvalg 1, 2, 3, Las Exploras, 1, 1, O 2,5 qs' Sgassiz 1Aisoci:fAtion, 1, be 1,5 09 ,2'ancing, , ,3, amron, , isters, 1, 2, 3. 4, House Presidents' Federation, 3, Riding,3,Dancing,1,2,3,4. ak HAROLD BULK Rochester GENERAL ELEMENTARY Alpha Sigma Epsilon, Men's Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Agassiz Association, 2. KVA Qlitgekf 7 ss if - VIRGINIA BUNKER Salamanca GENERAL ELEMENTARY Senior Class Secretary, Alpha Delta, Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil, 3, Cothurnus, 1, 2, 3, Lamron, 2, General Chair- man of junior Prom. BETHENE BURR Warsaw GENERAL ELEMENTARY Gamma Zeta, 1, 2, 3, Sigma Pi Sigma, 2, 3, Psychology Club, 2, 3, Early Childhood Education Club, 2, G. R. E., 1, House Presidents Feder- ation, 3. I 27 BEVERLY BROWNELL Silver Springs GENERAL ELEMENTARY Alpha Delta, Grand Vice- President, 3, Las Exploras, 1, Girl Scouts, 1, Riding, 1, Swimming, 1, 2, Wearer of the "G," second letter. ,pw KATHLEEN CAIN Olean GENERAL ELEMENTARY Clionian, Inter - Fraternity Council President, 3, Cothur- nus, 1, Psychology Club, 2, Carol Choristers, 1, Tennis, 2, Basketball, 1, 2, Archery, 2, Swimming, 1, Dancing, 2, Women's Athletic Council, 2, Wearer of the "G," first letter. l i. DORA CARROLL Bath GENERAL ELEMENTARY Early Childhood Education Club, 2, 3, G. R. E., 3, House Presidents' Feder- ation, 3, Girl Scouts, 1. l3liA'liRlC li KORNISH Yni'islwiii'g lvljNl'fR'Xl. ll.l'.MI'NTAllY Earls' Clliiltlliood .V l , 1. . House Presidents' ation, 2. I EMMA L. CLARKE Skaneateles GENERAL ELEMENTARY Early Childhood Education Club, 2, 3, G. R. E., 3, House Presidents' Feder- ation, 2, Girl Scouts, 1, 3' , ,, MONA COLLISTER Rochester GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Student Council, 2, Sigma Pi Sigma, 3, I. C. E. C., Girl Scouts, Basketball, 1, Base- ball, 2, Swimming, 2, Wo- men's Athletic Council, 1, 2, Lamron, Wearer of "G," iirst letter. 4 Q , I TRllDli DEWEY Coliocton ELEM ENT.-X RY Student Govern- Aretliusa, lnter-Fra- Council, 2, Alpha Omicron--President. Secretary and 3' Debate Club , 1 , , Lamron, I- Editor, 2. a 1.,,U 28 ALICE CONDON Victor GENERAL ELEMENTARY G. R. E., 1, 2, Girl Scouts, 1. 'MS fn. ,IEA N Nli'I'I'li DINSE Ontario GENIQRAI. ELEM ENTARY SPEC! A L L' L ASS Sigma Pi Sigma, 2, 3, Choir 1, Z, 3, House Presidents Federation, 2, l. C. ll. C., 2 3, Agassiz Association, I, 2 Tennis, 2, Archery, 1, Dauc img. I, Z. 3, HELEN EAVES Penn Yan GENERAL ELEMENTARY Arethusa, Choir, 1, Las Exploras, 1, Literary Club, 2, 3, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, G. R. E., 1, Agassiz Associ- ation, ,3. :ML ,. . a, gl Nfl' A ' R , , - ' ' 'Y' - .-if , o ill! V g' .vxf gy' L I qi N 1 h . rf A 1 :gif-4 'WU .L 'alt EAC- div' ' ,i I, L, .ng H. , .. L . -vt ,-,rf p' PS' N Lf ' J' Ply: 1 N'-.-:Nl,ii:,,yah' MR. tb, We UW, ,Avi i i WINIFR ED ELLISON Cameron GENERAL ELEMENTARY Alpha Delta, Sigma Pi Sig- ma, Alpha Sigma Omicron, Student Council, Athletic Committee, Las Ex loras, 1, 2, 3, Psychology Cl-iib, 2, 3, House Presidents' Feder- ation, 2, Agassiz Associ- Npation, l, 2, 3, Basketball, 1, 3, 3, Swimming, 1, 2, Bowl- ing, 1, Baseball, 1, Dancing, 1, 2, Womens Athletic Council, 2, Normalian, 2, 3 - f ljilitoi'-111-Cliiei, Wearer of UG." Two Stars. ELEA NOR ESTES Caledonia GENERAL ELEMENTARY Alpha Delta, Inter-Fratern- ity Council, 2, Literary Club, 2, 3, House Presidents' Fed- eration, 2, Girl Scouts, 1. We amy. :WW u-N4 ELIZABETH FEELEY Caledonia oENERAL ELEMENTARY Girl Scouts, 1, Lainron, 2. WILLIAM H. FERRISS Livonia GENERAL ELEMENTARY Phi Alpha Zeta, Debate Club, 1, 2, Swimming, Vol- ley Ball, Baseball, 2, 3, Table Tennis, Men's Ath- letic Council, Laniron, 1, 2. THELMA M. FINCHER East Pembroke GENERAL ELEMENTARY Cothurnus, 1, Choir, 1, Early Childhood Education Club, 2, 3, Girl Scouts, 1, Basketball, 2, Dancing, 2, 3. I 29 ELIZABETH FAUST Auburn GENERAL ELEMENTARY LIBR ARY Arethusa, Sigma Pi Sigma, Cothurnus, 1, 2, Library Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Choir, 1, 2, House President ' Federation, 4. 1313, QQ qloav Asa' LQ,L,,n,,yf QO'AY1bl gill-Ke1ol5,f.A ITT CA rig, hpxh . koimu -ova, Lrollz -N-N -Jolnnn " MARY E. FLYNN Geneseo GENERAL ELEMENTARY Clionian, Chairman of Fresh- man Week, 2. fifwzihg f 'Ify ravi' fo ifmifr T. 01563 0. ,1 T A it ,X 4 , Vit' fb .ty lb . vyf i if XJ' fo -A XJ .R if fl 'yy wvul 1 D I "rox if TER 'Q J, lg ,p ARLENE . FOS v t P are EQ 6 , varc, O X A GQBERALEAEHQENTARY XJ' L A " , ...X Rvlly Glyldliood Edu' on i 'XFX V, , g,ClubQg Houg'PrenRents 5, E ,M A 'E2lf2a?5:Afif2f1t'tW XOCL 0 fav? KV-'I A 'N kr 5. Q' -.HL r' . A 51- R A MONA G LEASON Allegany GENERAL ELEMENTARY House Presidents' Feder- ation, l, 2, G. R. 2, Girl Scouts, 1. MARY FUEST A Attica GENERAL ELEMENTARY Student Council, Social Com- mittee, 2, 3, Student Council, 2, 3-Secretary, Alpha Delta, Early Childhood Education Club, 2, 3. l" Xxbgfasii - , 4 V'tt"' MARY GEISE Olean GENERAL ELEMENTARY Clionian, Sigma Pi Sigma, House Presidents' Feder- ation, 2, 3. i' 'WT :Qam W, of f MARGARET GUODELL Groveland GENERAL ELEMENTARY Alpha Delta, Early Child hood Education Club, 2, 3, Commuters' Club, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 1. I 30 ALYCE GR ASSWICK Dansville GENERAL ELEMENTARY LIBRARY Freshman Class Vice-Presi- dent, Agonian-Grand Presi- dent, 3, Cothutnus, Library Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Psychology Club, I. OLIVE GETMAN Canandaigua GENERAL ELEMENTARY Early Childhood Education Club. l l 1 l l A- sag. . 1 K JUNE HAHN Scotrsville GENERAL ELEMENTARY Gamma Zeta, 1, 2, 35 Early Childhood Education Club, 35 G, R. E., 1, 2, 35 House Presidents' Federation, 2. GAIL E. HANKS Lakewood GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Agoniang Orchestra, 2, 33 I. C. E. C., 2, 3, Girl Scouts, 2. BERNICE HARTIGAN Friendship GENERAL ELEMENTARY Sigma Pi Sigma, G, R. E., 2, 3, House Presidents' Feder- ation. 2. OLIVE ELIZABETH HATCH Russell L1nRARY Library Club, Choir, Horse- back Riding, Tennis, Swim- ming, Bowling. HARRIETTE HER LE Rochester GENERAL ELEMENTARY Student Council, Recreation Committee, 3, Alpha Delta, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, House Presidents' Federation, 35 Bowling, I, 2, 3, Dancing, 2, 3. CAROL HELFER Newark GENERAL ELEMENTARY Agonian, Sigma Pi Sigma, Cothutnus, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, Early Childhood Educa- tion Club, 3, House Presi- dents' Federation, 3. ERWIN W. HUBER Naples GENERAL ELEMENTARY Freshman Class President, Alpha Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Cothurnus, 1, 2, Orchestra, 1, Psychology Club, 1, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3g Normalian, 3-Photography Editor, sky FRANCES HYDE Ellicottville GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Freshman Class Secretary Chairman of Senior Week Clioniang Sigma Pi Sigma Alpha Sigma Omicrong I. Ci E. C., 2, 3, Psychology Club, 1, Glee Club, I, 2, Dancing 2, Lamron, 1. 0 31 LORRAINE HYNES Scottsville GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Alpha Delta, Girl Scouts, 14 I. C. E. C., 3, Swimming, 2, Dancing, 23 Wearer first letter. 1, of Q 1 DOROTHY E. JEROME Livonia GENERAL ELEMENTARY Arethusa, Psychology Club, 1,2,3. 3 . xl - W, - . . sa 3 ex 4 ,J . ' tlARIAN JACKSON ' ' i, Geneseo 'J ,y QNERAL ELEMENTARY 'E NX: -.X LIBRARY ' Q Q ,xl i' onian, Sigma Pi Sigma, Q - K3 pha Sigma Omicron, Co- K0 hurnus, Literary Club, 1, R Q Qk,Library Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, K 'v 1 Nqffennis, Lamron, 1, 2, Nor- vx R, -xg alian,3. NF ' ,we -Q '- LY Qx g YN . . x i E 'X ' V 'Q . wr slit X i .I A si E, f x, . S LUCILLE KEMP Dansville GENERAL ELEMENTARY Student Council, Social Com- mittee, 1, Literar Club, 2, 3, Early Childhood, Education Club, 3, House Presidents' Federation, 2, Girl Scouts, 1, Bowling, 3. MARGARET KIEHLE Livonia GENERAL ELEMENTARY Commuters' Club, 1, 2, 3, Agassiz Association, 1 , Early Childhood Education Club, 2 I 32 VIOLA KEEM Strykersville GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Alpha Delta, Dancing, 1, 2 3, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 1. cf E. C. ww JEAN KLEINHANS Dansville GENERAL ELEMENTARY LIBRARY Agonian, Library Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil, 3. .4f.,.,.5-N-.iw ,LZ AGNES KELSEY East Pembroke GENERAL ELEMENTARY Sigma Pi Sigma, Cothurnus, Early Childhood Education Club, 2, 3, Girl Scouts, 1, Basketball, 2, Swimming, 1, 2, Dancing, 2. MARION KLIPPEL Lyons GENERAL ELEMENTARY Arethusa, Early Childhood Education Club, 2, 3, Psy- chology Club, 1, 2, 3, House Presidents' Federation, 2. Qld!!! 'Q J. MWF - ,R -, .-ind: -."V-AM" z' 1,51 lk . 'Q 'E-ff 1 L'-J 1' i xi"!1'V 14 ' iii: li .12 C41-A i,i.'.1'5HtL. . ' ' U I C.---1 , . -ALT , J- .L,,,..,, ELIZABETH KNIFFIN Silver Springs GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS unior Class Secretary, Alpha Delta, Glee Club, I, 2. 3, .C. E. C., 2, 3, Girl Scouts, ,Riding, l, 3, Basketball, 2, Lwimming, 1, Dancing, 2, Vearer of "G," first letter. ,,wt,,.. MARIE KROLL Lockport GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS .nw- THELMA LA QUAY Boonville GENERAL ELEMENTARY LIBRARY Las Exploras, 1, Library Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD LEONARD Wellsville GENERAL ELEMENTARY Student Council, Athletic Committee, Phi Alpha Zeta, Grand Vice-President, Inter- fratemity Council Treasurer, Men's Athletic Council. JUNE LA BERTEAUX Auburn GENERAL ELEMENTARY Choir, Early Childhood Edu- cation Club, G. R. E., House Presidents' Federation, Girl Scouts. MARY KATHRYN LYNCH Mt. Morris GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Coinmuters' Club, 1, 2, 3, Cothurnus, 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, 391. C. E. C., 2, 39 Early Childhood Education Club, 2, 3, G. R. E., 1. C 33 HELEN LANDER Dansville GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Sigma Pi Sigma, I. C. E. C., 2, 3: G. R. E., 1, Psychology Club, 2, 3, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3. ROSE B. MCKENNA Ovid GENERAL ELEMENTARY G. R. E, FRANK MCKIBBEN Hornell GENERAL ELEMENTARY Junior Class Treasurer, Phi Alpha Zeta, Grand Presi- dent, Sigma Pi Sigma, Aljpha Si ma Omicrone Glee C ub K 1 Q Basketball, Men's Athletic Council, Lamron, Editor-in- Ch ief. HAZEL MARSHALL Waterloo GENER AL ELEMENTARY Gamma Zeta, 1, 2, 3, Las Exploras, 2, 3. LUCILLE MCLANE Dansville GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS I. C. E. C., 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, Girl Scouts, 1, Agassiz Association, 2, Basketball, 1, 2, Swimming, 1, 2, Base- ball, I, 2. CATHERINE MAIRS Avon GENERAL ELEMENTARY Commuters' Club, 1, 2, Early Childhood Education Club, 3, Agassiz Association, 1, Girl Scouts, 1. HAROLD MATHEWS Watkins Glen GENERAL ELEMENTARY Chairman of junior Week, Phi Alpha Zeta, Debate Club, 1, 2, Baseball, 1. I 34 ANN GRACE MEAGHER East Bloomfield GENERAL ELEMENTARY Glee Club, 1, House Presi- dents' Federation, 3, Earlv Childhood Education Club, 3. 2333 ANNA MARCHIOLI Newark GENERAL ELEMENTARY Clioniang Glee Club, 1, 2. H ,IANICE M. MEAGHER Livonia GENERAL ELEMENTARY Student Council, Social Com- mittee, Alpha Delta, Grand President, Inter-Fraternity Council, Alpha Sigma Omi- cron, Cheerleader, Swim- ming, 2, Lamron. - .J Rabi' lf' . ' ij, 1, ' rf L Wiki L f w vffl I .L A V I ' If ' 2 , ff P ! 4 Li' fe- , Wi ,im 'iN Q .EEL -it NEw EI.k ' re a, G d Pregklentf er-Fra ncil , syclx gy , LQ2, BQ 1,,2?,rArt Edi- or , pi' lguaOmicrou. WV' ,ta A r L I DONALD MILLS Penn Yan GENERAL ELEMENTARY Student Council, Social Com- mittee, President of Fresh- man Class, Phi Alpha Zeta, Alpha Sigma Omicron, Co- thurnus, Glee Club, Swim- ming, Volley Ball, Table Tennis, Lamron, Business Manager, 2. V. FLORENCE MERRITT Springville GENERAL ELEMENTARY Student Council, Welfare Committee, 1, Sigma Pi Sigma, Cothurnus, 1, Psy- chology Club, 3, Girl Scouts, 2, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Base- ball, 1, 2, Wearer of "G," second letter. fu.2a,u . i f5.L4.nrl..4 N , iq H f"l , I ' ' 1 -rf 4,l'Q,. 'Mfg QU, l.,3Q' ' ?J1,3, 7, foxq Lg' nifty. ,4'B ' IRENE M. MEYER Qlxbnli MELVIN MILLER Springville Wayland GENERAL ELEMENTARY GENERAL ELEMENTARY LIBRARY Arethusa, Library Club, 1, 2, 3. 4, Early Childhood Edu- cation Club, 4, House Presi- dents' Federation, 3. Student Council, Athletic Committee, Freshman Presi- dent, Junior Class Vice- President, Phi Alpha Zeta, Inter - Fraternity Council, President, 2, Sigma Pi Sigma, Debate Club, Basketball, 1, 2, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Men's Athletic Council, Treasurer. MIRIAM MINER Palmyra GENERAL ELEMENTARY I. U f LUCILE MiTlC,Hlil51'xe i is I J ,J . . ',',Gi!NER,AL ELEMENSARY' Gamma Zeta, Las Exploras, i I Arethus 4 Cothpurnus, 1' be- Psychology Club, Basket- ', bate lax, 1, Dancingvfil, ZW ball. D 3 S ming,f2, Ifkyrongl, lf 233' P ' if li 1 ' af Jw -. -1 'JI ' ' V I R' , K T Y , 'L . 'ff I Q b 1 - ft. Q I Y X I I 1 ' N ' 1 ' Y., v .W ji K L lx . L , ,. l ' 35 - 1 A , JANET ir, Mori A 3 V.,-1 Rochester?-' ' ' ia, GENERAL ELEMENTARY - V It Arethusa, Early"Qhildhood Ed cation Club, 2, 3, Library Clugw, 1, Psychology CluEQ.L, bl, 3, Normalian, 2. 4 ' ' 11' ,gr I ,f 1 I H I ,v-Q , EDITH MOODY Rochester GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPIQLLIAI. CLASS Clionian, House Presidents' Federation, 2, I. C. E. C., 2, 3. ,IENNIE MOSES Manchester GENERAL ELEM ENTARY Senior Class President, Stu- dent Council, 3, G, R. E., 1, House Presidents' Feder- ation, 2, Girl Scouts, 1, 2, I3asIxetbalI,1, 2, 3, Baseball, I, 2, Daimcing, 2, Woiuen's Athletic Council, 2, Wearer ol "G," second letter, NANCY NIMS Massena GENERAL ELEMENTARY Choir, I, 2, 3, Early Child- hood Education Cluh, 2, 3, House Presidents' Feder- ation, 3, Agassiz Associa- tion, 1, 2, Girl Scouts, I, 2, Swinuuing, I, 2, Woinens Athletic Council, 1, Wearer of "G," first letter, VIRGINIA O'HAGAN Ripley GENERAL ELEMENTARY Gamma Zeta, 2, 3. ri.. CATHARINE O'REI LLY Groveland GENERAL ELEMENTARY Coinmuters' Club, Early Childhood Education Club. O 36 DOROTHY ONDERDONK Hall GENERAL ELEMENTARY Student Council, Welfare Committee, 2, Freshman Class Vice-President, Junior Class President, Choir, 1, 2, Psychology Club, 2, 3. AUDREY NORTON Arcade GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Agonian, Cothurnus, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, I, 2, 3, I. C. E. C., 3, Dancing, 2, Lamton. I l MICHAEL j. OR LA NDO Geneseo GENERAL ELEMENTARY Senior Class Treasurer, Phi Alpha Zeta, Orchestra, 2, 3. l LOUISE PACH Buffalo oimanat. ELEMENTARY LIBRARY Cothurnus, 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Agassiz As- sociation, 1. MARTHA M. PANSINI Woodmere GENERAL ELEMENTARY Clionian, Inter - Fraternity Council, 3, Alpha Sigma Omicron, Cothurnus, 1, Psy- chology Club, 1, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Dancing, 3, Lamron, Editor - in - Chief, Feature Editor, 1, 2, 3. GERALD PEASE Geneseo GENERAL ELEMENTARY Alpha. Sigma Epsilon, Inter- Fraternit Councilb Orches Y 1 ' tra, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, Agassiz Association, 1, 2, 3. ANNA PIYAK Canaseraga GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL KILASS Las Exploras, 1, I. C. E. C., 2, 3, G. R. E., 1, 2, 3, House Presidents' Federation, 2, Dancing, 1, 2. JEANNE PLACE Salamanca oswumi, l5LliMlLN'l'ARY Student Council, Welfare Committee, 3, Alpha Delta, Grand Treasurer, Cothurnus, 1, Early Childhood Educa- tion Club, 2, 3, House Presi- dents' Federation, 3, Bowl- ing, 3, Table Tennis, 2. KATHERINE POWELL Perry mamma.-ii. ELEMENTARY si-recur. crass Clioniang Psychology Club, 2, 3, I. C. E. C., 2, 3, Basket- ball, 2, Table Tennis, 2. MARY RANDALL nl ROBERT REDDEN LeRoy Perry csuNmmi, uLuMuN'r.uu' tsunami, uiazruumraux' Clionian, Agassiz Associ- Sigma Pi Sigmaj Glee Club, ation, 1, Girl Scouts, I, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, Men's Tennis, 1, 2, Table Tennis, 2, Athletic Council. Inter-Fraternity Council, 3. O 37 ,c'. ISV i 1' Jiffy ' . 7' il' -PW KY J-,l ,i n b 1- .. af" f' .li ,flu A i nur . ,lx L ,QCII ' Vi, JANE RICHARDSON Victor GENERAL ELEMENTARY Gamma Zeta, 1, 2, 3, Grand Treasurer, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Early Childhood Education Club, 3, House Presidents' Federation, 3, Girl Scouts, 2, 3, Table Tennis. BETTY RIGNEY Hemlock GENERAL ELEMENTARY Alpha Delta, Grand Presi- dent, Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil. s.. ,ei MAIRIAN SAGE Mumford GENERAL ELEMENTARY Arethusa, Sigma Pi Sigma, Psychology Club, 2, 3, Co- thurnus, 2, 3, Choir, 2, 3, Dancing, 2, 3. A-z.i.9QqfQ f"'rl2':f - Lf ODESSA ROBINSON Belmont GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS Glee Club, 1, Early Child- hood Education Club, 2, 3, Dancing, 1, Swimming, 1, Bowling, 2, 3, I. C, E. C., 2, 3. EDWARD RODAM ACKER Oaklield GENER AL ELEMENTARY Student Government, Treas- urer, 3, Student Council, Welfare Committee, Guest Committee, Freshman Class Treasurer, Alpha Sigma Ep- silon, Grand President, 3, Grand Vice-President, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 3. JUNE SARGENT Waterport GENERAL ELEMENTARY LIBRARY Student Government, Vice- President, 4, Student Coun- cil, Social Committee, Alpha Delta, Grand Secretary, 3, Inter-Fraternity Council, 3, Cothurnus, 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Early Child- hood Education Club, 4, Bowling, 2, 3, 4, Swimming, 1, 2, Table Tennis, 3, Lam- ron, 2. I 38 MARY FRANCES SAUNDERS Alfred GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL CLASS I. C. E. C., 2, 3, G. R. E., 1, 2, 3, House Presidents' Feder- ation, 2, Dancing, 1, 3. EVA SAXTON Cohocton GENERAL ELEMENTARY Arethusa, 2, 3, House Presi- dents' Federation, 2, 3, Girl Scouts, 1, Lamron, 2. 1- 1,o.e LOUISE SCHAEFER Cohocton GENERAL ELEMENTARY sychology Club, 1, 2, 35 llee Club, 1, 2, 3, Early hildhood Education Club, , 3, Swimming, 1, 2. I .1 ELISE SCHEHL Webster GENERAL ELEMENTARY Agonian, Sigma Pi Sigma, Cothurnus, 2, 3, Psychology Club, 2, 3, Choir, 1, 2, 35 Early Childhood Education Club, 3, House Presidents' Federation, 2 ELSIE SCHMIDT Fairport GENERAL ELEMENTARY Alpha Sigma Omicron, De- bate Club, 1, 2, 3, Grand Chapter President, Basket- ball, 1, 2, 3, Swimming, 2, Badminton, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, Normalian, 2, 3, Photo- graphic Editor, 3, Wearer of nrst letter, Chairman junior Color Day. ANNAMAE SECOR Babylon GENERAL ELEMENTARY Literary Club, 1. VIRGINIA SEELEY Painted Post GENERAL ELEMENTARY Gamma Zeta, Grand Presi- dent, Choir, 1, 2, 3, House Presidents' Federation, 2. BETTY SHAUGHNESSY Caledonia GENERAL ELEMENTARY Sigma Pi Sigma, Girl Scouts, 1, G. R. E., 3, Early Child- hood Education Club, 2, 3. . , e I . A RUTH SHAW Canandaigua GENERAL ELEMENTARY G. R. E., 3, Agassiz Associ- ation, 2, 3, Basketball, 1, 2, Baseball, 1, 2, Dancing, 1, 2. ix ,- I. in CL i " ld J A O U K 5 'LJ "LJ , VLC., if ,l-' I I 1 ,R ' 1 J Nl LIL' ,luis . s ,' X J l . X 39 MRS. RUTH SIMPSON Piffard GENERAL ELEMENTARY V -, ALICE SKINNER Glen Cove GENERAL ELEMENTARY Orchestra, 2. SARA Llili TAYLOR Dundee fihNl'fllNl. I'll.HMliN'l'AliY Agonian, Cothuruus, 2, Or chestra, 1, 2, 3, Early Child hood Education Club, 3 House Presidents' Feder- ation, 2, Dancing, 1. BEATRICE L. SLY Akrport GENERAL ELEMENTARY SPECIAL cLAss Alpha Delta, Basketball, 1, 2, 3. EDNA SMITH Painted Post GENERAL ELEMENTARY Psychology Club, 2, House Presidents' Federation, 3, Girl Scouts, 1, Agassiz As- sociation, 2, Normalian, 3. EULA TOAL LeRoy GENERAL ELEMENT.'XRY I - LIBRARY ,r,,x.-,..., ' Sigma Pi Sigma, Literary Club, lg Library Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Agassiz Association, 1, 2, Riding, 1, 2, Basketball, 1, 2, Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4, Badminton, 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowl- ing, 3, 4, Volley Ball, 1, 2, Archery, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Dancing, 1, 2, 3, Table Tennis, 1, 2, 3,'Wearer of "G," two starS,,',. I . . N .Ls- Q 3 , , .40 X . 'P-"i il g.. ls'f',J J 5 Ll A . ,- - 7 T ' I i NAJLA C TOTAH Rochester GENERAL ELEMENTARY Cothurnus, 2, 3, Psychology Club, 2, 3, Choir, 1, Girl Scouts, 1, Z, Dancing, 2, 3. -IESSIE SMITH Warsaw GENERAL ELEMENTARY Early Childhood Education Club, 3, G. R. E., 3. N' HELEN TR lPl' Randolph GENERAL ELEMENTARY Clionian, Psychology Club, 1, 2, 3, House Presidents' Federation, 2, Normalian, 3, Business Editor. ISABELLE TUCKER Campbell GENIQRAI. l'1I.liMlCN'l'ARY svuciai. LKLASS Agoniang Inter - I-'raternity Council, Cforliurnus, I, I C. E. ll, 2, 3, Riding, Z. IiI.IZ:Xl3E'I'H VANDERZELLE Gcneseo CIENHRAIA ELENIENTARY si-Euiat crass Agonian, Lilwraryf1lul1gI. C E. C., Early Childhood Education Club, House Presi- dents' Federation, Girl Scoutsg Laniron. 'IEA NETTE TXV ISS Arcade ta EN ER at. ELEMENTARY Agoniang Cothurnusg Choir. ,M VP I VI UNG CLARENCE 'ANDERWALL Palmyra r C N AL E MENT Y GENERAL El.I-IMENTARY svn: Ass :Ch A 1: Che Student Council, 2, 3, Plii t . L Nfl, Alpha Zeta, Inter-Fraternity l' , Council, 3, Glee Club, Dc- P lute Kllulw, 2, DORIS VAN LARE Sotlus GENERAL ELEIMENTARY Arethusa, Sigma Pi Sigma, Psychology Club, 1, 2, 3 Norrnalian, I. ' ,E . . P7 IDAROSE WASSERLOOS ELIZABETH WAYMAN Wellsville Groton GENERAL ELEMENTARY GENERAL ELEMENTARY Sigma Pi Sigma, Psychology LIBRARY Club, l- 2- 31DHUClf1g- 2' Alpha Delta, Library Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Agassiz Associa- tion, I, Riding, 3, Dancing, I, 2, 3, Women's Athletic Council 2. 1, 41 MARION L. WESCOTT Hornell GENERAL ELEMENTARY Literary Club, 1, 2: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, House Presi- dents' Federation, 3, Lam- ron, 2. CARYL WHEELER Holcomb GENERAL ELEMENTARY Alpha Deltag Glee Club, Orchestra, Early Childhood Education Club. ELIZABETH WILKINSON Canandaigua GENERAL ELEMENTARY Clioniang Inter - Fraternity Council, 3, Choir, 1, Glee Club, 25 Dancing, 1, 2, 3, General Chairman Frosh Frolic. MARJORIE WOODRUFF Alexander GENERAL ELEMENTARY Psychology Club, 15 Early Childhood Education Club, 2, 3, G. R. E., 1, 2, 3, House Presidents' Federation, 2. JUNE NORMA WRIGHT Indian Falls GENERAL ELEMENTARY Gamma Zeta, Literary Club, 2, 3, Early Childhood Edu- cation Club, 3g House Presi- dents' Federation, 35 Agassiz Association, 1, 2, 3. VERNA R. YAUCHZY Arcade GENERAL ELEMENTARY A goniang Inter-Fraternity Council, 2, Orchestra, 1, 2, 33 G. R. E., 35 Dancing, 2, 34 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Weater of "G," first letter. O 42 ., hail, FLORENCE YOR KS Holcomb GENERAL ELEMENTARY . Antik ..'ivlE1.fi:uz.a. .,r. 4 L.. ...Sal ..,. I N IDA IXl.'Xli l3lil,l- liDXX'.'X RD RODA Nl.-Xillilfll Widely liI1OXYI1l'YKll'l1Cl'CXkllIlSlI'C voice, lqlzl 5X genial persongiliry, strung in his unn- Xlne is also luveil for her other qualities vietions exhihiring ll healthy interest in l1CI'CI1CI'gf',Alllll5lIlUI1,X'K'lSLlO111,illlklgiilllllllt athletics. rienilliness. l R O M I DONAID Nlll.l,S lihe "genial iesrei'," horh on the Sf31gC2ll1Ll ull. Xl e gnlmire Dun for his nhilirv as well is his Llyngiinie ginil friennlly personality Nga Nl E N T X 'p.'.' X" 'X , , , v ... x n-.AM s ' ' - Q QI sy ..rg'.v " "' fx. A" ""'l ml " ' I'l5CiRiDTlHlY.lJ.NlUli,l2.lUfJKlKl ' 'f The environment noricegilwly lwrighiens as she enrersg neither man nor lweusr can linil power to resist the clmrin of Dumiliys sparkling personality. . i .IIZNNIIY MOSES .lennie's haskerhall playing isa pleasure to watchg hut it is her genuinely irrepressilwle good nature that has won for her ll place in all our hearts, ' ' 7 is 4 S i gf' ,A XX INIVRLD Ll ll CJWKMNI ' ,J-'V X if "Capable" is the adjectiye descriptive of Winnie Ellison. Much of the credit for the success of the Normalian goes to our editor. Q, . iff I ,M . 14 1 ,lg 'fi MAJ! ff' jff ,V uxf E N 1 .,l,,f Rf ,Q 6 5 ,,, X, 1fYl.l!," I BMW' ' .f 4 A ..:- Y! I.. x Mn ,jr FRAN li McKlBBEN The dynamic editor ofthe "Lamron," the energetic haskethall player, the outstand- ing student, and the good comrade are all personilied in Frankie lNlcKihhen. .uf i l i GERTRUDE DEXYEY Energetic, sincere, good natured, "Trudy" combines elliciency in leadership and a co- operative spirit which is rarely witnessed. 5 4 3 2 5 5 f i -mounds 9 Z, 2 Q. ,JP lb, f CHAIRMEN OF SENIOR WEEK FRANCES HX'l7li lj0NALD M11.I,s . IDA MAIL BELL DoRo'r1lY JEROME HliI,IiN TRIPP IDOROTHY CJNDERDONK MAIIX' FLYNN KIVN15 SARcs12N'r Euan SCIIIQIII. . ANNA MARcu1o1.1 F1.om5NcIz MIQRRITT . Genem! Clnziwmnz . Cafor DQ' . Senior Tm X1lIl10lllIL'UlllL'llf.f .Yenior Dinner . Giff Cup ami Gown . .Ywzjor Buff Cffmr Dqv ,Yufzior P11111 Progrfzwx an NIIDI lfxuu, llwlv, Mmm, Jlffelff. s'rAND1Nu: Tripp, .Slnj4gw1f, A1L'VI'Iff, Ball, .H.m'fwfff1. ELSIE QUINBY Miss Quinhy is indeed deserving of the deep admiration and loyalty she receives from all the junior Class members. As their class adviser she directs their activities throughout the school year and spares none of her resources in helping them to make a success of junior Week with its Banquet, Color Day, Tea, and Prom. With a vitality which pervades even the innermost recesses of her class- room, Miss Quinby seems to possess those qualities necessary for provoking the interest of the most reluctant individual. Interest grows, creative effort is at work under her guidance, and important projects are efficiently ac- complished. Her efficiency and poise, her unusually wide range of interests, and her distinctive charm of speech and manner and appearance, make Miss Quinby an outstanding personality in Geneseo. JUNIOR ADVISER 47 Wslrhre ai' we ,sf ,,,,,,-..,, .. X nam: now: lliorili, Hvllifillllfd, I'lilff1QV, Krirliur, Timm, Carpenter, l"i1etff, SLilli1'ilF'l, Kamik, illnrriqi, f,iUl'hiQu'll, Mizrdulff, Gilfarjgy. l'H"I'lI now: Knight, l.orrnz1', Minrmfe, Keemm, Kelly, lllferlt, lllflljfflfl. lfulwxmz, rouuan Row: Xivffvrfarz, Dummig, ll.m'fij1', ljfzilqy, fllrmlmlur, .Slfnqqe,r, liuiw, Alurkef, Cmfv, Htn1.rwl, lluffellberfz, TfV0llJd.f, THIRD now: ,S'r1viler, I'ru.ftw1, yliilfffllfl, Piliw, Tlrzwlmf, .'lffvl1,fv1wtl, .ll.IIlflIfiI, l'oruf1iv1rLi, llolwgrerl, .l'i111ff,rr1f1, flllirfi, Bilinf. siacoism Row: Irefflml, Cfmk, libfiilrfahff, .Yiw1bor.rlci, CffiIlIffL'l', llmlrrlrk, illlffcr, .liillHlill'P'l, , . . l'.7'xlQL'L', lfrolfn, Quinn, R0Il'!4lIIil. 1flzoNT Row: lfzwrfy, Parker, Nluilrlrliiz, ll'if!i.1111r, Rlfllffil, Hall, Iuufv, Carbnl, AfliUl1.H'tl, Continuing with uncliminishctl zeal their activities of the previous year, the class of 1940 has marched ahead to more lame and glory during their Junior year. At the very start of the school year, they chose their most ellicient antl Outstanding memhers as leaders to help maintain the high stanclartls of the Junior Class. Memories of a glorious Freshman Year, an unusual color tlay, and the lirosh Frolic with its unique theme of "Snow-White antl the Seven Dwarfs" macle them realize how hard they must yvork to hetter their record of the previous year. Untlauntetl hy this fact, they succeetletl in making their class one of the most memorable in the history of Geneseo. Plunging eagerly into activities, the Juniors coultl soon he flountl taking active part in all the organizations and societies of the school. They hecame important memhers of many committees and took the leatl in the social life ol' Geneseo. At election time, they participatetl C L A S S O F 48 Y l 4 'J K X ',i. ll J ' amps-"",ffw"l'f1' l S' l' V 1 ,,,,.v, ..t.,,,-,wid-, ,e ..... -P-'fe' ftvf. ,.-v'W"' """""' A-nannies ass. lx xi ig aow' llvi-mfr l't'llifi'I'l'Ul1, lpilljf, 1Im1.tjn'rtgur, Vurrfii, Xklfffy, I'ru.rv1r.r, Bfrllllffrfnl, Ilizkur, Dv l.eel114', Tlulrfiur, ixlilfffll, Dtflfwl. six'rll - . . Row: Xiumnir, Mprvrr, lilrfvvr, Klfzvffvrl, l"f1.v,!I!ilur1bl-ng, Grigxu, Burr, Kiefer, flrlllllllllllrl. l"ll7TIl Row: Llnlili, Kizrr, llurilr, Piltluu, llaivirf, I' If .llll'Y'lllilll f.V1.'fvr', RUHIIIIXIF, I7ill'. rol'R'ru Row: Grlfbmlflv, A'l:ll'rllll.fU, A'lcIiNlIlIlV, Crnlrligqizrv, Dllllllilfl, lfiiir, Dmke, Blzrkefuir, Blqirl. lf . 1 i . IHIRD now' Cfunrqu O'll.1rriqiu1, liuife, .ll1t'kvtl, Xrfrrildur, .ll!lL'Y'1lliHl, lv, .S'i111p.i'ar1, Roar, Alllffell, limlvrlnl. sm orsm now: Talker, A'lIlffLHlL', ' i 7 L , lluuli , l,l'Il't'1',f'llIlfl'l', llrfnlrm, l'ill'7'Il'. ruowi' Row : l.vurf1, jmirfr, IQIILHJYJII, Slut, Drum, Rll.I.fbllfUll'Qll, Bi1,t.ttqqe, .lcff.11rfefbvrjqvr, Al1zlfl'H'. ll ifilvr. with enthusiasm in the campaigns, and many of them were either nominees lor an ollice or else working on a campaign. Realizing, however, that while activities in themselves are im- portant for their social contacts, the most vital phase ol their school lile lay in the academic side, the Juniors applied themselves assidu- ously to their studies. After devoting themselves attentively to schol- astic work, they had to lace their next maior problem teaching in the School ol Practice for three weeks. Here, as in other places, the 'Iuniors again proved that they had initiative and ahility in the held ol teaching. Indeed, it was rumored that the Junior Class made the Senior teachers work hard to keep up with them. Then came the climax of the year for the Junior Class. junior Week with all its excitement proved to lie one of the most spectacular that Geneseo had ever witnessed. The junior Prom left memories that the class ol 1940 will cherish lor many years to come. F O R T 49 ,lr r' 1 Vi, 'A Y I 'I 'lb r "l J U N I O R R O L L Alexander, Lettie . Allen, Martha A. Andrew, Agnes . Bailey, Ruth Irene Baird, Evelyn . Balcom, Harriet . Bassage, Jean . Biordi, Edmund . Bovee, Dorothy . Bowes, Virginia M. Boyle, Rita . . Bromsted, Emory . Brudno, Adelyne J. Buckelew, Edith U. Burr, Lynn . . Buyck, Marion . Cady, Alice . . Cannizzaro, Margaret . Carpenter, Esther . Church, Roberta . Comardo, Felix . Combes, Evelyn . Conklin, Gordon C. Conklin, A. Renaldo Cook, Mary C. . Corbin, Myra G. . Corrigan, Margaret Cotter, Mary Lou Darch, Huletta . Davis, Elizabeth . Day, Virginia . Dayton, Ruth Dean, Elizabeth . De Leeuw, Lenora Dewey, Nathalie H. Donnan, Grace . Drake, Esther . Dunning, Dorothy M. Eckelkamp, Mildred J. Eias, Lenore . . Enderlin, Doris . Evory, Marian . Failey, Harold . Fedder, Alice N. . Finkel, Lucy . Fish, Carol Lee . Fisher, Evelyn . Fox, Phyllis . . Frazee, Mary S. . Galbraith, Gladys George, janet . Gillespy, Ethel . Grantier, Louise . Gridley, Vernon M. Grimn, Ruth . . Hadcock, Adrice . Hakes, Leah . . . Geneseo . Corning . Elmira South Lima Johnstown . Rushford . Penn Yan . Albion Groveland . . Bath Scottsville . Oaldield . Rochester . Holcomb . Caneadea Henrietta . Bolivar Hempstead Silver Springs . Andover Cuylerville Hempstead . Geneseo . Geneseo . Blossvale . Friendship . . Olean . Holcomb . . Elba . Rochester . Caledonia Walworth Wellsville . Lyons . Batavia . . York . Arcade Shortsville Sea Cliff, L. I. East Aurora . Webster . . Perry . . Avon . Dansville Monticello . Massena . Scottsville . Hornell East Hampton . Piifard . . Corfu . Albany Whitesville . Henrietta . Caledonia . Geneseo Java Center Hall, Constance . . Hamilton, Robert J. , Hammond, George M. Hanson, Ingrid . . Hardy, Jane W. . Harris, Ralph J. . Hawley, Alice . Henderson, Arlene . Henry, Gertrude M. . Henty, Gladys . Hines, Mary . . . Hollenbeck, Dorothy . Holmes,Jack M. . . Holmgren, Virginia . Hosenfeld, Marie . . Howitt, Sara H. . . Hudecek, V. Anne . Hunsperger, Emmy Rose Ireland, Florence . Jewett, Edna R. . . Johnson, Helen Louise Karr, Vivian L. . . Keenan, Mary . Kelly, Virginia E. . Knight, Doris . Kosak, Victoria . Krisher, Elwood . Kupfrian, Lorraine . Leech, Virtue V. . Loman, Ursula . Lorrow, Nellie . Lundy, Edna . . . McDermott, Marion . Macaluso, Sadie . . Madonia, Lena . . Maimone, Josephine . Mann, Frances . . Marshall, Dorothy J. . Martin, Vianna Maxine Matrone, Nellie A. . Maynard, Dorothy V. Merkel, Ruth . . Millet, Marian . . . . Perry . Rochester . Dansville . Rochester . Almond . Palmyra . Montauk . Rochester Canandaigua . Conesus . Newark Horseheads . Nunda . Batavia . Webster . Conesus . Buffalo Fort Edward . Perry . Corning Chautauqua . . Swain . Ovid . . Olean . Rochester . Bedford . Conesus . Bellerose . Dundee . Geneva . Canisteo . Geneva Portageville . Geneseo . Oaklield Groveland . Nunda . Rochester Franklinville . Batavia . . Utica . Oakheld . Pittsford Mullane, Anna Bernadine . Friendship Mullen, Virginia . . . Canisteo Murray, La-:ithia . Coopers Plains Myers, Harriet . . . Penfield O'Harrigan, Ruth . Manchester Oldenburg, Louise E. . . Rochester Paine, Ellen .... Canadice Parker, Frances . . Perry Patten, Elinore . . York Pepper, Elizabeth . . Addison Platt, Mary . . . Rochester Poole, Ruth .... Geneseo Potopinsky, Anna . North Roslyn Preston, Barbara . . Springwater Proseus, Dora . . North Rose 50 Quinn, Eleanor . Reynolds, Mary . . Belmont . Dansville Ricotta, Genevieve . . Geneseo Riefer, John .... Hornell Rienbeck, Ella . . Cape Vincent Robeson, Florence . Branchport Root, Jane ..... York Rossborough, Mildred . Livonia Rowland, Virjean . Honeoye Falls Russ, Edna M .... Buffalo Sackett, Comelia . . . Dundee Samborski, Philomena . . Lima Sanford, Mabel E. . . Rochester Saunders, Alice . . . Geneseo Schaller, Virginia . . Rochester Schaufelberger, Bernice . Penfield Schrader, Zoe E. . . Cattaraugus Schwan, Evelyn . . . Wayland Schwarz, Myrtle . . Valley Stream Sciarrino, Angeline . Mount Morris Sherman, Dorothy . . Conesus Sherwin, Jane E. . . . Olean Sherwood, Evelyn . Addison Simpson, Leona . . Piffard Simpson, Nellie . . . Webster Simpson, Velma . . . Livonia Skully, Joseph . East Rochester Smith, Catherine . North Tarrytown Smith, Leona . . . Elmira Smith, Louise . . . Elmira Smith, N. Elizabeth . . Arcade Snyder, Judith . . Livonia Strollo, Mary . . Batavia Sturges, Hazel . Honeoye Falls Suss, Melba . . . Penfield Tauro, Grace . . . Oneida Thacher, Mary Louise . Hornell Thomas, Mary Ann . . Akron Tillman, Louise . . Rochester Turner, Wilmot . . Dansville Vaeth, Francis .... Utica Valent, Louise . . . Schuyler Van Middlesworth, Lois . Dansville Vecchi, Emily . . Canandaigua Wakeman, George L. . . . Avon Walling, Elizabeth Roslyn Heights Wester, Beverly . . . Conesus Whitmore, Dorothy . . Elmira Wilcox, Mary . . Nunda Wilder, Phyllis . . . Oaklield Wilkinson, Esther . Williams, Bethel . . Williams, Hilda L. Winston, Mary . Woodruff, Frances . . Woolever, Marjorie F . Zimmer, Virginia . . Canandaigua Geneseo Middlesex . Herkimer Geneseo Little Falls Webster ALICE DAMON RIDER The library students of Geneseo are among the most fortunate members of the student body. They are the ones who come in close contact with a most unusual and dynamic character. Filled with love of her profession, Mrs. Rider has the happy quality of being able to inspire all those who know her with the same love for library service. Her undiminished zest and enthusiasm are a constant stimulus to all those who are near her. Because of her untiring efforts, the lirst Sophomore Class of Geneseo took its rightful place in school affairs, and the Sophomores are still indebted to her for her careful guardianship. ln the minds of the library students, a quiet murmur of "well done" from Mrs. Rider is the highest praise one can hope to receive. OPHQMORE ADVISE 51 9' J ' l . I 1 "ic, 1Q'Ai'S' S ' W o P F o RTY-ONI' lhe new lout-year eoutse adds a sophomore year lor all normal school students, iegaulless ol curriculum, so the lihratx' second VCZII' students will cease to have tht distinction ol' hein-f the onlv nienihers ol' the Sowhoniore Cllass. TW . ..,,.. , ,.,, lo this mai s bophonioies, then sxmhol the eagle, suggests more than lust a tlass einhleni. lfoi' during the whole course ol their sthool lile thex' will ttulx' he t the lone eagles ol' the school. a 1 4 I , Xndeisoi-il l'loi'unte . lzlinonr 'll7llllSlUZl,vlL'illl . Ritliluirg Negnin, lliun , . Roiises l'oinl ' lli'tvv'li:il7oi'ts Mary . Woodhlill Klein, 'l'er'es.i . :Xttiua CI'll!.lIl, Phi llis Ci. l'.linn'.1 llL'lglllS .4 fobinan, Marion , . . l'i.lll'lWOl'I l.lox'd, lfsther , Linia eruood, lleatritu liitlilwiiijig ' K tpmloiwl, l7oi'orhi R, . Keninore Martin, Si lx ia . Methaniex ille Simms, Dorotlix . tleneseo lJi.iniontl,l liarlotte K. lludson Merchant, Dorotliy . Randolph Nnith, ll.lI'l3.lI'.l , . .Xttna Holi, Min.: l,onise . Orislsaiiv lfalls Mitcliellhltiiie Nl, , Dansxille 5Pl'lClxlIl.lll, l.ois Nl, Keiiinore ll.lIl.l421.lIl, Monita . . Holeoinh Nash, Mite li. . . Rochester bnnderlantl, Nliixt Y. l li.iil1.nn lonraint-, K lar.: , . lNluinlord Needham, Roseniarx' . Cieneseo N inonds. Rnth lireent' hi.n'tlin.1, xlnigela . Rochester Nelson, lithel . Waterloo lxler, M.n'ti.i'l. , l-,asm Rotln-ster lloue, l.li1.iheth , llanihnrytg Nixon, Doris Le Roi' Yan De Nlarl, liinnti Uxwligo llnnt, X ua 4 . Ciloxersvillt: llestel, lrene . . , lloleonih arson, Klart' ln. . . . lfiyniklorr lingersoll, Snfetle , . l'l.lllll"lll'll1 Richett, litlielwpn Darien Center' Woollei, Xlatx' ,lane . W.ii's.tu Robinson, lfnniee . , , .Mon f we . - .. A- -' '-' 1 ' ky tt iq mm Rnlfifrr, .l'1n1ilw'f,1r1il, illifrnu, Df1r'i','-Ibf111,rfu11, Nlefrffal, llvtlffflll, llroiwl, .N'euilfv.1111, Tniitiw Row: llffiif, .llurt'ff.n1t, llffnu, l't-mil, ,-mmiif, l,mw1,n1, Xllllflllill, .Y1wwi', lllnlf. stttoxim now: f,-ftlllfdfrl, Nfztfi, lllumlfui, .S'!lL'7'Nlilll, ,X'1w11, Kfum, Tifvr, ll. .Ymnfi .'lf1.ft'r'ifw iittwi itowg lltlfl ID i'lli1rL, lsfilllillilll, lfigvrwff, fllitffwlf, tllqqizzill, Gi.1rifi11,1. l7f1ut.1im', Iphlllflllltl, 52 'Z ,l ,. 4 5' ',. A 5' ., , 1- ROBERT A. GREENE The poor bewildered Freshmen would be twice as confused at the start of their first year in Geneseo, if it were not for the helping hand of Dr. Greene. For it is he, friendly and genial, who guides the Freshmen through the trials and tribulations of becoming acclimated to new surroundings. This year, he left the familiar environment of the old science lab and temporarily joined the art department in the new building. Here, amid paints and charcoal, he explains the intricate details of drawing and perspective to the wide-eyed Freshmen. Being a foster father to one hundred and fifty Freshmen is not a small matter but Dr. Greene fills the position admirably. The Freshmen will long remember their lirst year here and Dr. Greene, their wise friend and counselor. RESHMAN ADVISE 53 iw M 4. -1 .. , . .,'1' p' J 4 ' . x ' ' ' 'A -Tl 1' .1 - '-. i , Y i , 1' LMK Row: lfufllu, llvulifilril, If. .S'Lf1'lllUllf, .Sl.lrkvr!, lilrrefl. six'rn Row: Gran, .liH'flllif, 0mft'r'LirL, llvilI'Nc'V', ffuu, Xitffrt. ill In noxx ln I1 i .ill!li'1, M, I., Tlwwffvrwl, ll'.1fffm', livldlll, Al. llurrqy, l'nlz'ur, Xlzzitlf, D. f.1rlt,ma1. roi'n'rn Row: .Yuu'1f, l.1rfv.1i'Q, mn ri In H f ' ll'1lf1,w1u, Gurffw, Nl. ML'MzI.ffL'f, Cfe111e11t.r, iNlL'f.ffH1. THIRD now: Hrnffi, Bfuw, lf. Alillifr, lfvffr, lliflu, Pruifnu, Ilwmlf H1 mm 'lfl'I'f1llfI, Ifmflizlr. sixtorsm now: C, .l'111iIlf, Cllrtcr, Gmrvr, Bimluu, lf, Tllllllllflfllll, Hifrufulnff. Cllffl, Dinvlvfl, N. .Yrmrf lfllllllllll Rox now: DxIllljL'll, .S'irfcf1', llfzwur, lfulxralier, Iluk, Pilferum, .Yrfwfrfu'irf, 1Ug1J.lurrl1, H'I.X'l'llI1. llach year the entering Freshmen feel that they are hetter than any class that has preceded them. This year they have more cause than ever for this feeling. They have heen most carefully selected to uphold the increasing standards of the school. The new ruling which makes Geneseo a four year institution requires a high degree of scholarship for entrance into the courses offered for the teaching profession. Being chosen hy these higher standards of selection the Freshmen may he justly proud, hut it is indeed a challenge. Their achievement in Geneseo IHLISE prove them worthy of this rating. The Freshmen have accepted this challenge and have entered the year's activities with the definite purpose of pushing high the stand- ards which they are setting for the future. They have hrought with them the will to succeed and are ready to participate in all that the school offers in order to establish for themselves a record of worth. The success of Freshman Week may he attrihuted to enthusiastic L A S S 0 54 'lf' V lf'lY " L is Roxy 1111111i f1.1111, l"1111lr, Cl1111.!.1fv, .lir.11'L, li H11-11i'1', l'f1iff1j1r. l"u1'11i1 1, .Ypc11rw', Ynff, lylltlff, ji1rlc.r1111, I:d7'fl10tl1', IlLQ4Qf7IJ', li icbrfrr, Hl'fllf4Q.l' ll li ix ow: ll.11111.1, .-l!1b111r, .S'f1uvl1.111, .S'11u111g, xl. Ilillf, Df.X'1Il1, DvGr11jfi, Cffthlfflfl, l111111111uf. ifii-'ru now: lluff, llu1'fu11, R11J11l'11f1 1 if Hi li 11 111.1k, lli'f111i111, 151111, ,lltl.'f111r11rk. l'Ul'R'l'Il Row: Hrirlc, flrlillllf, C11i'11'i1r1f, Prfurr, Cfulrlur, DeGr.1fl, D, 1311r11i11'1l, l3i1.r,rt'lr ll I 1 IIIIRIH now: .Yr1111i'r, l7i'1'11i'i , Cfllburf, l'.11'Le1', .Yfi1rL, .Yt'r11r, -lilfklllilll, I.i1111ler, 1ll11rri111e1'. SICKOND Row: Kifirzufilr, Giiffrlnl, 15i1r11i1ril 111lr I 111 ll Nlrl.i'.111, C.'f11'1r1 li.11fi'i, 17, C.1111pht'lf, Hi11'r'11f1. rRoN'r Row: licfilwl, lflilur, C1111'1f1'irk, 1'llrMi1m'1', l'.1f111e1', l'il'.HlLlfll .'ll111'f1f1i, ff111111rL1fi, tl. f.i1111j10ulf, Pfilfr. participation, in spite of most discouraging and wet weather. The lirst busy month brought forth an organized class and a worthy crew of oflicers who immediately set to work on plans for Color Day. They were well rewarded for their eflort. ln the line of sports, the freshman girls were awarded the banner at the Athletic Banquet for a victorious basketball season. A com- bination ol' effort, ambition, ability, and Ferdinand contributed to the success of the Frosh Frolic, along with enthusiastic cooperation and participation. With so many victories already charted, such a promising group of leaders, so high a scholastic rating, and such willing cooperation and enthusiasm, is it not possible to predict three more banner years in the future? At least we can hope that the coming years will show as much ability as has been demonstrated so far, so that Geneseo may be justly rewarded for its careful selection. 0 R T Y - T VV 55 FRESI-IMAN Abbott, June Louise Adams, Mary . Adonnino, Antoinette Affronti, Louise . Bailey, Esther . Barden, Dorothy Barnard, Doris . Barnard, Grace . Barnhardt, Ida Marie Barrett, Grace Merz Bassett, Margaret Belden, Elizabeth Blum, Elizabeth . Bonke, Carol . Brick, Mary Catherine Bridges, Marcelle . Briggs, LeRoy . Bruify, Virginia . Burr, Mabel Parke Campbell, Anna . Campbell, Dorothy Carmody, Carlton J. Carmody, Carlyle W. Carter, Ruth . . Cayward, Dorothy Chambery, Ruth . Charles, Marion F. Christ, Esther . Clements, Jeanne Coe, Marilyn . . . Retsof . . Cortland Mt. Morris . Geneseo . Livonia . Penn Yan . Hemlock . . Hemlock Eggertville Jamestown Red Creek Newark Valley . . Dansville . . Kendall , . Perry . . Fairport Shortsville . Waverly . . Syracuse . Le Roy , . Le Roy . . Le Roy . Le Roy Elmira Heights . . Hall . Brighton Gainesville . Warsaw . Caledonia . Wilson Cowdrick, Minerva May . Dansville Cumiskey, Helen . . Painted Post Cunningham, Mildred Curti, Viola . . Damico, Evelyn . Darnell, Sheila . Davidson, Mary . De Graff, Virginia De Groff, Betty . Devney, Marjorie Dikeman, Olive . Dixon, June . . Donnelly, Marian Eddy, Clarence . Eells, Helen . Elder, Mary . . Fernan, Richard J. . Brooklyn Canandaigua . . Geneva East Moriches . Callicoon . Hemlock . . Olean . Cohocton . Newark Mt. Morris . . Olean . Elmira . Savona Williamsville . Buffalo Ferrara, Josephine Fonte, Michael . Fournier, Marjorie Franklin, Mary . Gilbert, Mary C. . Gillard, Janet . Gilmore, Jean . Gleason, Janice . Goodale, Jack . Gorton, Julia . Graver, Marcia . Gray, Dorothy . Hak, Marjorie . Hall, Alice . . Hall, Marilouise . Hamer, Irma . . Hanna, Mary Gordon Harrop, Charmaine Harvey, Harvey, Helman, Hewitt, Higgins, Hoffman Betsy . Margaret Elizabeth Harriet . Smith,Jr. , Lucille . . . Le Roy . Rochester . . Rochester Belfast . Olean . Batavia Avon Road . . Filmore Richfield Springs . . . Olean . . Rochester East Springlield . . Rochester . Mt. Morris . . Olean . . Filmore . . . York . . Dundee . Mt. Morris . Mt. Morris . . Hamburg Dalton . . Nunda . . Stanley Hommell, M. Josephine Watkins Glen Horton, N. Virginia Hyde, Loretta . Jachacz, Natalie . Jackman, Dorothy Jackson, William . Judkins, Eloine . Lander, Jean . . Larson , Jeanne . . Canandaigua . East Bethany Salamanca . . Avoca . Livonia . Alexander . . Dansville . , Lakewood McCauley, Mary Elizabeth Geneseo McClintock, Marian McLean, Virginia McMaster, Jean . McMaster, Mary . Mann, Muriel . Miller, Carol W. Mortimer, F. Louise Murphy, Marian Myers, Eleanor . Nelson, Marie E. . Ouderkirk, Mary . Palermo, Vita R. . Palmer, Julia . . . . Hemlock . . Geneva . Dansville . . Dansville . Mt. Morris . . Waterport . . Pavilion . . Gowanda Highland Lake . . Lockport . Dansville . Irvington . Ontario R O Parker, Margaret . Peters, Pauline . Phillips, Harrison Platt, Jane . . Pluhst, Alma Preston, Loleta . Pulver, Dolores . Reynolds, Teresa A. Rhydderch, Barbara Ritchie, Elizabeth Rudolph, Bernice . Ryan, Mildred . Sackett, Arleen . Schneck, Evelyn . Schultheiss, Vivian Scott, Winifred . Secor, Florence . Sescil, M. Arline Seymour, Florence Sheehan, Carol R. Sickly, Marie Anna Slack, Faith . L L . Fulton Lyondville . Albion . Bath . Scotia . Kendall . Penn Yan . Rochester . . Afton . Geneseo . LeRoy . Geneseo . . Lima , Rochester . Brooklyn . Rochester . Geneva . Akron . Pine City . . Lima , Geneseo . . York Smith, Cora . . Salisbury Center Smith, Florence , . . Batavia Smith, Nellie . Mt. Morris Smith, Pauline . . Rochester Spencer, Robert W. , Kenmore Stark, Roscoe . Campbell Stewart, Ruth , . Pilfard Stoner, Frances A. , Buffalo Strang, Dorothy . . Attica Stroud, Mary . Portageville Thompson, Edna May Castleton on Hudson Thompson, Mary Louise . Rochester Thacher, Jean . . Homell Torrey, Eu Myrta . . Perry Vogt, Robert . . Dansville Wallace, Lois J. . . Rochester Warner, Earl M. . . Basem Warner, Janet . Geneseo Webster, Walter . . Livonia Williams, Janet Foote . Wellsville Wixson, E. Jeanne . - Tyrone Woodard, Eiline . . Akron Wozniak, Celia . Gowanda Yull, Donald . Retsof 56 i i ' ' 4 - --1. ,,-2 41 5, " ' , Q ,, F 1 4 . ' - 1, A V fi.. 15 . -H g- . tg, 3-H , V, . I , L ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '. 'Ei ..iZfiQui...ni-ua..a...asle:h' ' " aSn.?siilur'F+?eTlA 11: n 1 ' l .eff-331 . Jr ,i '--- 1, J: lrt. T . . Lf' , asf-:gf . ,ld-Tlfv.. N ..L 1 k gg 15 '11"- - ,gb ,aff Q Q 1? 4, ,,-LX ' - u w 4 . . :S gg A .'-45 UB:- L: BACK Row: Dewqy, Tripp, Xmitlv, Diammnl, Bromrreml, Srlwffliflt, H,i1l.ff0lI, FRONT Row: Mr. Parry, Ellirmz, Ptlllfilli, Ilmlerek, Mitrlwell. Tap, tap, silence, tap, tap, tap. The pounding typewriter no doubt belongs to a member ofthe Alpha Sigma Omicron Society who is writing up a bit ofthe life at Geneseo Normal for one of the publication issues, for it is this society which fosters expression by the printed word. Among the honorary societies of the school, Alpha Sigma Omicron is the only one for the journalistic minded. Higher standards in journalism is the ideal toward which the society is striving, and it has made decided progress toward bettering school publications. It is the ambition of every member of the newspaper and year- book staff to become a member of "Alpha Sig." Each year the stafir heads of The Lfzmrorz and The Nowmzlimz are honored by election to membership in the Geneseo Chapter of Alpha Sigma Omicron. This chapter is the first of a group of eight which were established throughout the state through the initiative of a Geneseo student. The society has grown to mean a great deal to the normal schools, and each year representatives are sent to a convocation from which many valuable ideas are brought back and where lasting friendships are formed. ALPHA SIGMA OMICRO 57 THE ORMALIA OR sl-1.x'1'iaIu: Tripp, Iflfffllll. s'I'.xNmNGt Nleefcifl, illlllfffl, zlliiir Tfmmilr, ilwflllllfiff. Months and months of patient, exacting workg moments upon moments of anxiety tinged with feiirg then the last picture is taken, the verv last proof is read, and another Norfzzizlifnz is on its way to the printer's press. But this is not the last thrill the members ofthe N0l'Illzl!fz171 staff receive. Another glorious day arrives, the day that the Nowmzlimzi are distributed. It is then that the work done by the staff is justified. The approval of the student body is the sole 58 ETEEL THIRTY- acclaim that the Nwvmzfmll members have been waiting for, and in the general ex- citement of the student body, the Nrlwzmlifzfz stafli receives its long awaited reward. The task ol producing a yearbook means a great deal of intensive work on the part ol' the entire yearbook stall, with guidance when necessary from the watchful laculty advisers. Yet the hook does not be- long solely to the .X'u1'111i1!h111 stall. Although the people working on the yearbook are necessarily liew in numl'er, the ART STAFF LITFRARY STAFF 0- your .P W XL? 'D Vgkvy 097, A X0 AWN ' JL okrffvk N 7.. ,yi XML , A BUSINISSS -0 .iiookaybiiu A STAFF wwuw f ffffwfmzz, l'. .Yllfilfg .l.'.,i'l'lHI, ul, Nrwgq baby. C.r'.m'r, Irlfjg .K1f11.lw'.'.111i!, lxlflfllhlffrlll itself belongs to every single person in our school. lt is a mirror held up ro catch a rellection of Geneseo lilieg a rellection that will bring us all many happy memories in Years to Colne' IIIILFF, Pai 1lt', llillllllll, .Xlf.X'IHl, Xrfwziilr, 59 Xou- wyxgafub O k-XV' .ik ,VW x-lt if wg :SRF k XOR! ' V -7' uf- xx 0-vb VK-Us ln. ,V ws W 'L .A X xofu Q," ffm-1, llf 14, .r ffl, 'ag W OA O 1 L ur fill! ' 00. . Ngo vdxfx 4 A.. PHQTCG RAPHIC STAFF xl J4- .,.. I ki' N C ln H E L A ED1ToRs s'r.fiNniNo: Hmlerelz, Mr, Purrix Sl-1A'I'lZD 1 l'1nl.i'ir1i, MtKib0er1. THE HEADLINES OF THE YEAR With the formalities of becoming acquainted left behind them, the Freshmen are looking for- ward to the remainder of the week filled with an abundance of social events designed to remove any symptoms of nostalgia .... Tonight a picnic will be held for the Freshmen to help them meet new friends and become acquainted with others. . . . This fall the new four year curriculum will go into effect with a course of study given to Freshmen including courses formerly taught in thejunior Year .... A revolutionary idea in the line of housing has been introduced -students rented a house on School Street and set up house- keeping on the cooperative plan. The girls have completely redecorated the house on the inside, doing all necessary wapering and painting .... The critical tone o much of the report of the Regents Inquiry into the preparation of teachers in New York State has tended to obscure the fact that even those who conducted the survey found much to commend in that same program. . . . Plans for The Normalifm of 1939 are under way. Probably the glorification of the new build- ing will top the list along with the portraying of the new nooks, corners, and intimate scenes of Geneseo life .... It is a beautiful day in June, 1938. The Inter-Fraternity Scholarship cup is to be awarded to that fraternity whose members have attained the highest scholastic ratings of the year. Now, it is September, 1938, and another RD FOR school year is at hand. The cup is gone. Who has the lnter-Fraternity cup? Shame, shame, Delphics. What deep dark secrets lie behind the disappearance of this much coveted cup? . . . Ever since time immemorial Brockport has put it over on Geneseo and we in turn have returned the compliment with equal alactity in basket- ball, baseball, and other forms of interscholastic competition. These two schools have always chosen to consider each other as traditional rivals .... Carlton Carmody was elected chair- man of the first Freshman meeting held Septem- ber 29. He will be in charge of Color Day and the business of the class until permanent oflicers are elected. "All we can disclose to you at present concerning Color Day is that you will receive more than one surprise," Dr, Greene stated when asked concerning plans .... A circus theme is arranged for the annual Student Government dance. The circus is coming to town! Friday, November 4, is the big day! lt will be an extravaganza of frills, bangles and fun .... Since the opening, two weeks ago, the cafeteria has been used by more and more stu- dents .... Come one! Come all! The hit of the season is here! The minstrel show! This is the time when the male element display their talents and versatility .... The intelligentsia from Oneonta, Potsdam, and New Paltz will arrive here Friday, November 18, to attend the convocation of Sigma Pi Sigma, honorary scholastic society .... The traditional Old STAFF HEADS mick Row: lVin.rlof1, Mifclvell, George, Mutrnrze, Brnwrrafl. FRoN'r Row: P, Smitlv, Diamaml. ETEE THIRTY- llnglish Christmas in the Great Hall of the l.ord and I.ady of the Manor of Medieval Times is the theme of the annual Christmas celebration at Geneseo this year .... Tomorrow the hunt for the Yule Log will take place. liveryone, clad in gay colors, will meet around the flag pole where the l.ord of Misrule will give the signa for the start .,.. Strains of "Silent Night," "Noel" and other Christmas songs will lloat through the air tonight when the student hody, under the direction of Miss Holland, will con- duct their annual Cihristinas caroling in the streets of Geneseo ,... ll' Old Man Winter is still reconciled to Geneseo's having a snow- covered campus for its annual winter carnival, Pretty lllum will he the lirst lce Queen to reign over a court in which the icicles are not mere drops .... Tlw lanmwz stall' for next seluester was announced last week. Martha Pansini, '39, has heen appointed editor-in-chief of the school paper .... With over half of the scheduled con- tests still in the olling, the varsity tonight meets Mechanics Institute .... For weeks the campus has heen reverherating with the news of Inter- i STAFF Fraternity llall proceedings. Dancers will move among shadows the night of the hall. . . . The returns of the 1938-1939 rush season were known Friday. Dr. llehrens, the lnter-Fraternity Coun- cil adviser, received the rushees' acceptances hy 4 o'clock. Pledges will he feted at hanquets to he held soon .... Plans for Prosh Prolic are rapidly heing organized. Secrecy shrouds the entire program. Marie Nelson, chairman decorations, and her aids promise that the theme will he ingenious and colorful .... Prospective Freshmen for the year 1959-1940 will iourney to Geneseo to attend Suh-Prosh Day on Saturday, April 29 .... ln order to acquaint the stall' with the latest techniques used in school newspaper work, The l.L11m'w1 is sending Mr. Parry, 'june Mitchell, and Peggy Bassett, to New York City as delegates to the Columhia Scholastic Press Association convocation .,., Ruth Dayton, who entered the race for the presidency at almost the last moment possihle and hecame the dark horse of the campaign, ran oil with the honors in today's election. She will wield the gavel late this spring along with Edmund Biordi. is-uk now: l'i'ilt'f, .l1fllI'ifz',l', llnur, f,'.11f1ji6i'ff, llumjr, Du Graff, Kfviu, Marfirl, Dilrrfi. 1'll0N'l' Row: llmfz, ll.1r.fru, ,'1f1lwli'rri', l1111.lliiHfi'.rn'urtfi, G1ff.1ril, llrmfmf, lilftfflfflll, .Sifll!fY,f1H1, l3i1.r.retl. 61 of C, O T H U R N nu lv icoxx lyzi 'iv Cfixri, Din, I", .l-flllffl, ffiqizmrif, Cllllllfllqllillll, Cfuif, Mnrpfyi, llvjfifyr, Kr'irfwr. l'Ul'R'l'II now: f.'lllllfI'LQl', l'11fi'i'1', Xf l7uiii'1, lmji 11 lltflii Gfmiwl, illnrflwur, Lllllill, ll. llvlfflillflf, Xizigu, KVllizlL. 'ruiim now: l,i1Ili!Lfl, ,Ymwi', lluzvlui, Hill. Il.fwui', Iwfruli lilur, . .NliM41i1i'r, Tufilff. si-.torso Row: lf. .Si!VL'l'Il'l1lli,, Cffi1fn'fi, l3i1ri.1'i' Xnrr, HIIIILUV, lirumilcil, ,Wwi-zffinl ll'1i'.l1.m.'i ' . . , . - , A Y v nlifizfffr. iiiowr now: .Srfu'fff, Il llliludl, l'. .lllllffl 1Jill'i'!', C,i1r111l:'.zr'f1, IJUJII, Pirrfi, lwflt, v s. lt is signilicant that artlent, amhitious groups ol' amateur players are springing up all over the country. Although their performances are not always linishetl protluctions, they may he stimulating to the actors as well as the autlience, ancl they are representative of a witlespreatl interest in the tlrama. Our own organization, Cothurnus Clluh, might well he calletl "Stage Door," hecause through it many aspiring "Hamlets" are given their lirst taste ol' the theatre. llntler the tlirection of Miss Thomas, the cluh takes in new mem hers each year, hy means of tryouts in skits antl short plays. The cluh inclucles in its year's activities a study of the tlrama and its place in the modern worlcl. The memhers tliscuss many plays antl their respective merits. lfor entertainment they try to go as a group to Rochester to see some worth while clrama playing there. Through protlucing antl seeing gootl tlramatic performances they strive to achieve their goal, which is a hetter untlerstancling of clrama. 62 U b L I T E R A R Y C L U B I 594 iw? Lt we ' L, .P- it , ,1 ,J H53 9 L lr' 0' ry, A fr if-if 'J Surprise! The lihrarians aren't the only ones who have their noses in hooks. Here we have the Literary Cluh whose memhers, along with the lihrarians, are perpetual hook worms. This cluh was liormetl for the purpose ol' discussing hooks, authors, hohhies, and literature in general. Appreciation! How many times we have heattl this wortl in classes. ln the Literary Cluh it has a real meaning, since that is what the group tries to elliect antl foster hy its discussions. Through the hook cluh, which the memhers sponsor, they are ahle to keep up to tlate on the current hest sellers and also make some gootl atltlitions to their own personal collections. However, the Literary Cluh, though its primary interest is living with hooks, manages on occasion to work up a gootl healthy interest in ice cream and cake at their little informal parties. Many an outsitler has cast a longing glance at this engaging group, husily eating and LJ? My 'f chatting ahout some hook which they have just tliscoveretl. ,Y R i Fxy- ky ,f ,VV .f ,,,.uf'! V u-xt is noxx: llnirk, Cffnmflll .Y.111l'fu'.l, ixlilfffll, Dari, Kciuulilr, frillffflll, liauftc, tY!lt'7"Il'!lIlil, -Iufu1,e'ff111. 'I'HlRI3 now: Dmll, I'-fill! fl f f.'.1rIlwr1fv1', lf, Xwiffv, .Yfwlvri IP, .ll.1z'rf'.1ff, llinnfi, 1QiH1M'rL. siztown now: Xflrfjigvr, .li!lUl'll'll0il, Kuiiffif. lfmufvri, Clrrlfliffgfhllfz. llzoxl lcon .Y!a'r'w.n1, I 'dll Dv Milrlt, .Yiwmg Mf1r.1f1f.w, Kwufi, kIilL'Lllli1l1, 63 KTA if-1 ,NNN I V X ,I v Y if ' . Aft. X! I N L, x f . Ll 4. vfye' .- i' t '-L'-9 K b 7 ,F X n 7- v, - v fr' i. - K. :mi N Row: Kirlwrt, M,n'r.t. Milrtiu, ll',1r.mu, Tluzrfwr, xlrlifwirml, lirrmw, lirlfillm, Pflrlltt, I'-dll.fI, ll lzlfimf, .X'cu.Un1111. iii-'ru now: Hftzfltgvff, flfxllillblllflf, .si!lL'l'Il'IIlJi,, .lll'4'l'!llill1, Xilffzffr, Blum, lizrlevr, ,X'vf.i'w1, Glfbvrf, Cffilfrff, lf, Xwztlv, .Yrfu'auJvr, l"vrr.lr.1, ll 'UlI!L'!'L'Y', jufwfwzz, H.1.i1t'lf. xolmrli Row: lllifzillqy, .liHlllN1J,f, lflilzlfqtgfzll, Gifftlrif, 1.41 Quin, .Yi1ln1ffer.r, .TL'!7Il'1lfQ, Kfcifl, I"o.v, Riwzbufi, xlffwl, ixldflllll, -filrkmrl, Ijfnil, Rnzrlilrlil. 'ininn Row: Kllfffffilll, Curmlinf, Xrzzjfli, Purtvf, ll.1ff, Bimfull, Nixon, Tiumz, Xffzitlv, l'i1fvrum, I'-filllilillrl, Cfiimlzlliz, ljltlfllllllrl, Lrilraforil, l'.1rlv, lilrzfvuf. SIQLOND now: Miqimlrif, lvilL'f!f, lam Dv Alark, Illlflf, Halllllxlll, Jlilfvr, Jlnrriqi, Burr, Umm, Qnnnz, Vim Ulf, .Y.1rqi'nr, Iluff. moxw now: Giffmfi. llmfflv, Gr.zriu'1.'l, Tm! .TlL'l'L'!7iIIlf, .I.1rL1f1.m, Afffffzfrfw, .ll1lff7l'1, .H.1wr, C.1i11'.1ril, Xulitlv. The Lihrary Cluh memhers look ahead to the future, to the time when they will he lull lledged lihrarians, engaged in an active program of lihrary work. Being a group of professionally minded people they carry on many activities to make their work even more vital and interesting. liver anxious to spread a knowledge of and a love for hooks, the Lihrary Cluh sponsored an annual Christmas Book sale as well as a Book Week program. These activities can almost he called a tradition ol' the Li hrary Cluh. The unique entertainment ol' the year was "Information Pleasef Two groups participated: one faculty and one student group. The program created a new trend in entertainment at Geneseo, and shortly afterward, a similar program was given lor the entire student hody in the asselnhly. The Lihrary Cluh has made a name for itself hy capitalizing on the radio. Such is the Function ot the cluh, ever to he alert, always looking lor new developments in its lield. L I B R A R Y C L U B 64 PSYCHOLOGY CLUB Spring in Geneseo hrings with it the annual Psychology Ciluh trip to Attica, Rochester, Alhion, or some other state institution. These trips ure ginticiputetl untl consitleretl in retrospect hy all lI1ClHlWCl'S :is liorining the husis lor their liyely tliscussions and the stimulation for their research worlg in the various lieltls of psychology. An illustrutetl lecture on epilepsy hy Dr. Doolittle of Sonyeu, nuthoritzitive talks on "Psychology and Religion" hy Mr. Pitts ot' Cieneseo, untl on "Psychological Treatment of' Prisoners" hy Dr. llrzincitle, psychiatrist from Attica State Prison are examples ot' the program sponsored hy the cluh. We are especially fortunate in having as out atlyiser one as ciipzihle its Dr. Behrens, whose services untl leatlership, tleep untlerstantling ol' human nature, antl sincere interest in the organization have proyetl intlispenszihle. Anyone with ll "Ps" average in psychology, who writes ll paper nieasuring up to requirements tleterniinetl hy the Menihership Coni- inittee :intl passes an interview contluctetl hy Dr. Behrens and the Cfonnnittee, is eligihle lor menihership. nm L. now: .lIurrjlt, .l'l115iji'.r, ,Yijq11iv1, .l1'ff.1vfi'r', Kfljvfwf, l'm'ffi, Miner, Ililliliflll, CI, l7v11'ifi, Dilyturl, Curfmz. 'rnlim now: -l'4l'LZL', Nlark, Van l,.m', fMilmlur1L, AlIlI'l'.ll, ll.n'ilr, xlffvrl, ylurffzzlv, MrDurl1mrf, Gifliarpi , liiflkvf. hl-ILUNI7 uowi Dr, 13vf1rvu,r, R111 r, JIJIVIIIUII, Roiwfizllil, li'i1.r.rar fwfr, .Y.lllfiHI'tl. ruoxr Row: Xrfvvfif, ll'ifliim1r, .Yrlrz4u1ilw', Gfimfiml, llafuzqrvn, Alvrkuf, lhzrnpjrzrki. 65 nu it no x lf nz ll rlur, Rtlalll, liwlmfff, lvilfdllf, PI'lI,YL'lll', Plffzwr, Carol, !WrKe1H1f1. THIRD now: ll-llrldffjll, Pjiillq, l'nnfv, Rlilllflhll, ll.rrritg.n1, ll x 1 l I7 I 1 'I fmur, Hizrrvlt. siccown llUVV1CiL'Hf1Qt!, l.arruu', fllilrk, 0'llifrrjg.nl, N. .lNflllf7.flN1, ixilfllifll, Alzlrrlilvrr, illmfwzzir, ll 'Ill1ill'llf!i, IRUNT RUKVI Pilrfcrl, llf'ifliim1.r, .T!h1lfQl1lIt3,f.U', Ilizfw, Hefzrifl, Liz BUl'fz'flll.X', llizkvr. Teaching in any type of school brings forth many and varied problems to the would-be pedagoguel Those problems arising from the rural school situation are seldom surpassed in number and complexity, and, because of the nature of their origin, require special consideration. For this purpose the Geneseo Rural Education Club was organized. The members of G. R. E., aware of' the importance of environment to a child's wholesome development and learning, make a detailed study ol' some of the conditions in rural districts. Some of these are: improper heating, lighting, ventilating, sanitary facilities, inadequate materials and equipment, and lack of cooperative teacher-parent contacts. These problems are discussed in open meetings and in panel dis- cussions, suggestions are made as to how they can most easily be remedied, and each member carries away with her many valuable ideas for making the IHOSt of the materials already available in a school. The G. R. E. does much to make of its members better and more understanding teachers. R . E 66 L A S E X P L O R A S Wednesday afternoon classes over Las Exploras memhers are start- ing on another of their hikes. Cloudy or hright, windy or calm, hiring cold or ninety in the shade, this loyal group puts all other matters aside for the invigorating pleasure, the feeling of well-lweing, the calming elliect on the nerves, which nothing can give quite so well as a hrisk walk in the open air. Anyone is eligihle for memhership who can prove her interest in these ways: hike one hundred miles during the three months trial period, keep an account of the distance, and he present at live of the regular Las Exploras hikes. lnterest in hiking and enthusiasm for out-of-door exercise are dis- tinguishing characteristics of our memhers. Any one of us can tell of the close companionship ol a supper hike, of the excitement and keen exhilaration of a moonlight hike, and linally, the climax of our year's activities the annual overnight hike to Letchworth, a weekend of carefree ahandon. BACK Row: Min Baker, Fuefqr, Danton, l:'fli.rm1, Pefurr, Day, lilruwk. lfoUu'1'u Row: .l'f1vrz4'i11, De Grvll, Offlwlbmjtg, Mmffaur THIRD Row Nelrruz, ll'i!li.w1.r, li. liizifijr. sucoxn now: 1,V'Il.l'Ull.f, .YL'l7l1lfZ7Ul.l',l', fnlwruzz, lfeffr, 1-'itorszr Row: Leurli, Balflfwl, Mifrrlmfl l Ill De Marla C. Sfzzitlw. ,OX Q ,QQ ' GS' 67 P Wea luck Row: Grifllqy, l'a1zJer1z'all, Binnli, Huber, Brouuted, Tqylor, Valqf, Briggr. FRoN'1' Row: lVur11er, G. Cwlkfill, Tllfilff, Plvilfipf, Mn Culver, Forzte, Speflfff, Gaorlule, R. Cwzlzfivl. FIRST TENOR Gordon Conklin, Donald Mills, Michael Fonte. SECOND TENOR Harold Failey, Edward Rodamacker, Carleton Carmody, Carlyle Carmody, Harrison Phillips, Earl Warner. FIRST BASS Edmund Biordi, Emory Bromsted, Elwood Krisher, Robert Hamilton, Erwin Huber, Frank McKibben, Herbert Taylor, Clarence Vanderwall, George Wakeman, Robert Redden, Roscoe Stark, Robert Spencer. SECOND BASS Vernon Gridley, Jack Holmes, Gerald Pease, Wilmot Turner, LeRoy Briggs, Smith Higgins, Robert Vogt. MEN'SGLEECLU 68 NEW YORK STATE STUDENT FQRUM lfreetlom ol' speech is a peculiar privilege ol' the American puhlic. The Stutlent liorum has again shown itsell' worthv of this privilege with another amhitious antl enterprising program. The scope ol' its cliscussions has lween hroatlenetl to inclutle such suhiects as: the Lutllow Amentlment, tlemancling puhlic vote on the tleclaration ol' future warsg the foreign policv of the Unitetl Statesg the armament neutrality prohlemg the Fascistic versus the Democratic wav ol lilieg antl the lfrench and British attitutle towartl Metliterranean colonies ol' ltalv, Germany, antl Spain. ln the lieltl olietlucation, heated tliscussions resultetl from the question ol' Senior seminar antl whether it is valuahle in out curriculum. The lout active centers ol' the New York State Stuclent Forum are Brockport, Clhesshorough, Oswego, antl Geneseo. These centers sentl out two memhers to represent them on panels in what is calletl a general meeting. This interchange of itleas on recent social antl political proh- lems has hrought ahout a keener awareness of totlav's worlcl alliairs. E Po I' 1 ll' Int rv now: .lli1.lm11.1, .Tt'!'1lllt!!, .Ym1.lur'.l.1f1if, l'1rf1w', Gzffiml, .lllIllll!l', ll lflllkfflll, P. .Yllfiffg I'.1ft'r'um. iuoxi now: Blur ll Ulf fluff Xtra 1 Rnbzurml, Mitt lf. llukqurr, lD.l7't'!7. 1, , 414, ,t If X' 69 gf jd 3 1 JA- A x kk xx nr, Ijllllllilll, .Yfu'f1rw', lflflmfz, Alilrrial. 'rniim now' laffvrlf, l'ufofv11.tl1, .ll.1rrfv.1ff, Dr, Alvqarfifilz, Il. llllfflilllll' si toxix i:tm':.Ivm'rl. l7mLv, .l11rLuIf, llnrvilf, ll 'iu'mfr, Iltlfflllilll. l'1zoN'r now: lin r, ll 'wf.f.n'.l, Il '1 vifw, Ilwmfi, 17. .Yl'I'l'U.'.lI' G. llerm. Since the main purpose of the Agassiz Association is to develop in its memhers a lteener appreciation of their natural environment, the group attempts to follow the famous advice ol' Louis Agassiz to "study nature, not hooks," and hence has again adopted the pro- gressive philosophy of "learning by doing" in its activities of this year. With vivid memories of a trip to the oil districts in southwestern New York, Agassiz also plans an excursion to New tlersey and the Atlantic coast in the late spring. The Association has profited liroin attending the Burroughs Auduhon Society of Rochester as honorary memhers, from illustrated lectures hy various faculty members, and from demonstrations hv its own memhers. Although the hond between students in the Association is primarily a deep interest in science, many warm friendships and social contacts are made during the varied activities, which hring social and pro- fessional henelits. These friendships and good times had in the past will hring many pleasant memories in the future. GASSIZ ASSOCIATIO 70 Th in using initials l C Ii Cl stand for the International Council e ittxg . , lfor lixceptional Children. This society was lormed two years ago for the express purpose of studying the prolwlems of ahnormal children, whether they are hright or dull. The memhers are composed largely ol those students who are taking the special class work and are therefore especially interested in the study ol' exceptional children. The cluh attempts, through its contacts with prohlem children, to learn more ahout the psychology ol' teaching and understanding the ahnormal child. Many dillierent methods ol' improving the teaching ol' these children are talked over in the open forums at the twice monthly meetings, and conclusions are drawn which often prove to he uselul when the cluh memhers do their practice teaching at Sonyea Colony. Through all its work the cluh attempts to learn more about excep- tional children, and the development ol' the child as an individual is always kept in mind as an ultimate goal of the clulw. IK vi k now: ll.ntfw.n1, .llll r l,iurf-, ,Xl.1i1f.w1m', .Vi't'fi'1, lllflvr, Kuilliu, Iifwwfrfnf, ,Xltl.ir11i', Mfmifi, .ll.1fii'i, Dzuir, .lliir liafrr, Kiefer. tuiatw now: Kubnlmrz, ll.n1l,i, .Yrf'r'.1ili'r, Kyfzf, Kevin, I.i1u.lt'r, lliullai, Pfiifl, IVIIKQUV, Tfrrkur, lijlllfflfl, .lll.ll't'Il'. suoxn Now: lifltir, Min' Br t l'un'vff, '1i.11ffu', C.'f1n'.'ff, Xfi, .ll.1r1'111, Rfifflflflllif. 1'itoN't Row' Kilfijf, lfaftjtg, I iurlv, .Xw'fw1, C,f1.ff1iti'r, .Si11f1,ufi'i'i, lli.li', .f'l1'elj1. 71 llAk K iu1w:.S2fmr', lalrnfcr, Duff, Aliuer, Ifb't'l'!1f, DllI1I1fIlAE, lVilt.m11, Xiugeff, Cfirift, Affell, Karr. si-:town Row: fllrr. Xrrlrretr, llrnrwl, Pufvper, Allflrr, Ik lvvnw, Gzimlzmz, .Ylra!fo, Pra.rrw1. i'RoNT Row: M4lr.rlfi1lf, Olffrfgilll, Bemleft, Hizkur, Alilmflfrff, lI.1iliw.-L, ll,1f'r1. 4 1.-'V Ll L,'f1fl F- thas -fgllcyffi' su f 2l,l,Al,lf fl ' p,,4L4 4-1. .- ' 1 r f f 4x41 . ,'f'Ak 4, Q .g,. I- f,4f1'1l 4 4,,gf1r,. fl-r I 4 V'-J'f'f-"f 1 l""J"4'f I 1 f if 1 ,fe f r. A v W 1 4. 4fA," ,f A If. 5.1 A'1, 4- f Sororities are not the only organizations in Geneseo Normal School fwhich are hound with strong ties of comradeship and good will. Since 1925, when it was founded, the Gamma Zeta Society for non- sorority girls has had the same friendliness and sisterly spirit that sororities have. Meetings are held twice a month and are varied in nature. Some meetings are business onesg others are literary or social meetings. Ol course the grand climax for Gamma Zeta is the formal hanquet with which the year's activities are ended. But during the course of the yeai, the memhers have many good times and much fun in each other's com pa n y. Gamma Zeta has heen in existence in Geneseo for fourteen years now and is yearly increasing in its size and the strength of its organ- ization. Since a average is the only requirement for admission, the cluh is most democratic in its spirit. The Gamma Zeta Society is a vital, growing force in the history of Geneseo Normal. GAMMA ZETA SOCIET 72 WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB FIRST SOPR ANO Marcelle Bridges, Betty Blum, Lenore Eiss, Dorothy Cayward, Mary Cook, Mary Lou Cotter, Dorothy Crawford, Alice Hawley, Harriette Herle, Elizaheth Howe, Margaret Harvey, Marjorie Halt, Lucille Holliman, Ruth Merkel, Mary McCauley, Carol Miller, Lolita Preston, Barlwara Preston, Mildred Ryan, Judith Snyder, Angeline Sciarrino, Mary Louise Thompson, Hilda Williams, Mary Strollo, Louise Till- man, Caryl Wheeler, Vivian Schultheiss, Janet Warner, Mary Ann Thomas, Virginia Schaller. SECON D SOPR ANO lda Barnhardt, Betty De Grofli, Grace Donnan, Ruth Grillin, Mary QilllWCl'f,!l2ll1lCC Gleason, Virginia Kelly, Doris Knight, Marian Miller, Iune Mitchell, Bernadine Mullane, Harriet Myers, Phyllis Sherman, Naomi Twist, Beverly Wester, Eleanor Patten, Teresa Reynolds. A LTO Alice Hall, Viva Hunt, Carol Heller, Betty Kniilin, Emmy Hunsperger, 'lean McMaster, Sadie Macaluso, Mary Lynch, Althea Mayne, Marie Nelson, Martha Pansini, Mahel Sanford, Evelyn Schwan, Elizaheth Pepper, julia Palmer, Louise Schaefer, Evelyn Sherwood, Cornelia Sackett, Eula Toal, glean Thacher, Marian Wescott. :mix 1um':Cnltwr, Glinarulf, li'ifrrutl, Cfunl, Du Graff, liiuzrl, Keffv, ellxlifieff, Corbin. ifiF'1'u now: Pflfllltif, Aliullurfer lx H11 li Hllrw Griffin, A'lL'f,..llllLfl, Nclwu, llfnru, linfwf, ll.m'fijy, llizlc. roulrrn now: Tuul, Cqiwiml, Mtuzgfwr, Dwzmnz, II. llllffixlllll 'llulfna C :fbi Ilvrfv, Mzfllfzril, 'l'lmu1p.rfnl, ll. 177'i',I'ffHl, llvffifr. 'rumn Row: Cmwfurfl, llffweefvr, l'rm'rur1, Xrraflo, lrliilvr, Mi.r,r Hmmm Mun Merlti llimlfumff, Alilrilllnru, .Wu'r11'uuil. si-ZLUND Row: llvilflltff, Tfwzmlf, .ll!V1.'V'UIz1l1, .Yt1urr'i11o, ,llll1.l'f7L'l1Lft'7', limit, Mifft'r', lla H1 nl llxr IRUNI now: l'uf'pw', l'i1rIw1, ll'u.rler, Tlulrfwr, Xrfflrllfwirr, .Yrlfi1uf1'r, Kuihiglfr, Mltrfwff. 73 Gordon Conklin Virginia Day Betty Davis Helen Eaves BASS VIOL Lena Mzulcmia nu K now: Cf. fffuzl. XIII, lJ.11'fr, l7.11,ffflu1rfffr1, illnrrwi,j.rrfun'q, Karr, Clfrmmfx. Tuilm now: T.1ifffr', T1n'f1w', l'I.1raJ.ml ll m I 1 1 lluffwinz, .xll!ll'I', IIIIVIVIIV. 5: limi: now: llum-1, lirwuu'fufl, lim'Lrffv11', I'm,fu, NlrC.ilj11tmL, IQ. CVVIIILIIII, ll.1ff. l'RUN'I mm Ii f ff II 1 Il Tlillllllfxl, lUmfifi'frff, lfcllr, N. .llllllffh VIOLINS Alice Hall Alice Hziwlley .Iezm 'Iolmston Carol Miller l CELL Viviun Karr ITIRST CORNIZT PIANO Carlton Carmorly Grace Barmliml Ifmory Bromsteil Carlyle Czirmody Lucille Holliimn ' Clizlrmzline Harrop CLARINET Erlitli Buclxelew Natalie Jachacz Gertrude Henry SAXOPHONE .lean Lzlmler Marian McClintock Mrs. Starrett Sara. Lee Taylor ELIIVIYITZI Torrey O Burlwarzi Rliyrlelercli SECOND CORNIQT Helen Eells Miclmel Orlumlo Carol Wheeler Gerald Pease Nellie Smith HORN DRUMS Helen Lzmrler Remllelo Conklin O R C H E S T R A 74 ffl' FJ : PIL- , 4, .,f,w :filf?'5'1'. 1: ... A wrrg .,i ul 1 ' ln 2:15 , .gr:kY'f.,- v .AROLCH L,:,' fdl iq.:- ' Y . ffjlll ax 00 "3" ' ' I FIRST SOPRANO Elizabeth Belden, lda Mae Bell, Marilyn Coe, Marion Cooman, Minerva Coyvdrick, Elizaheth Davis, Mary Elder, Sara Howitt, Elainejudkins, Nancy Nims, Doris Nixon, Elizaheth Ritchie, Mildred Rosshorough, Dorothy Sherman, Eu Myrta Torrey, Esther Wilkinson. SECOND SOPRANO Mary Adams, Olive Dil-zeman, Jeanette Dinse, Janet Gillard, Irma Hamer, Olive l-latch, June La Berteaux, Muriel Mann, Mary Mc- Master, ,Marian Murphy, Margaret Parker, Eleanor Quinn, Barbara Rhydderch, Evelyn Sherwood, Lois Wallace, Celia Wozniak. ALTO Marjorie Baldeck, Virginia Bruffy, Mabel Burr, Evelyn Damico, Mildred Eckelkainp, Josephine Ferrara, Dorothy Gray, Adrice Had- cock, Victoria Kosak, Leithia Murray, Mary Platt, Alma Pluhst, Elsie Schehl, Virginia Shaver. nan: now: liurr, I'!.1ff, li'aq11i.1k, Dfll.l'L', llazriff, DilI'f,f, Turrqm, Gnu: 'rnmn uow:,Im!kil1.f, Hawk, Hrnffr, Ii. llemoul Aihzwr Mr Nlartar, Nllrrfiqr, ffu1rulrii'l4, liffilerlc, QIUIHI, Nlnrplgyy, Iflilur, Pflzfnrt. sliL'UND now: D. Xffefllzilrl, Jlnge, Cav, Nlfnm Kurrbzrnuqf Parker lltlfrff, Bell, livfilwl, lilrrrrt, Gilf.n'if. ifuoN'r now: llilwvr, Niwr, lllffklllfflll, Fermm, Cmumllf, lpillllfbfl, Mira Huff nn! Rfylzlefzlz Ilmfrork, tl'i'fit'lf vii', Liz Bertram v. I 75 ORISTERS 1 ut mm wr lwfrur, llvllfltlfll-U, fflleiffm, Curr, llrlrffi, lffunjur, Dwnmu, Henry, Rfmf, .llil1lfH'lHl. ll7l'R'l'II 1um':f,'.1rrnf,f, liiurlwr, JIUHIHIQ ff nrt Mt lqlvur, .Srfu1wrQ, Kllfrpvl, Xzlllfllfrl, .YL'.irl7'YfIIf7, .Sl1r.r,r. THIRD Row: lfuwnjx, IQBHIIJII, llulfrr, Tailor, ll.1lu1, .lilf.1lllfIlt'Ilrl', f lefl ff IINIIOTL Knbtnrou, .Yrfullrfvfburjgur. slctoNo Row: liurtcr, Tlmrfwr, Alirr lfalcvr, Krlfqlvf, .Sxl'lUlllc'7', Dmrl, llzutfv, fzwwwr, Altlflflllllc 1-'nomar now: llufwqrwz, Mullen, lf'fvuefvr, Hranfuefl, tS'rf'z4uilur, Slfrqwlt, Kemp, Iilfmrqc. To prove its interest in child welfare, the Early Childhood Education Clulw has again expressed its purpose, which is to aid memhers in understanding the hehavior traits of the young child. Guided hy this worthwhile goal, the cluh strives to find solutions to its various prohlems from as many sources as possihle. Parents and faculty mem- lwers often vitalize the meetings hy their experienced comments and friendly advice. Shall each child he recognized as a complete individual, with an individual capacity, personality, and attitude? Shall fairy tales he told to the young child, or not? The discussion of these and similar ques- tions always results in lively controversy among educators and others vitally interested in child development. Definite conclusions are seldom reached, hut through the inter- change of' viewpoints during these discussions the Early Childhood Education Cluh endeavors to carry out its purpose hy directing student thinking in terms of' child psychology and stimulating the growth of' interest in the development of the child from his primary stages. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 76 COMMUTERS'CLUB Back and forth, rain or shine, rising at the grey glimmer of dawn, the commuters make the daily round from home to school and home again. Banded together in common sympathy, they formed a cluh for the purpose ol' fellowship and good times. However, the cluh does not merely justify its existence as a group of pleasure-seekers hut strives to he a worthwhile organization in the school. Among the activities, outside of just plain fun, was a St. Patriclfs Day tea arranged for the faculty. The commuters' room in the old huilding is still a center of gay chatter which is sandwiched hetween the more serious pursuit of academic goals. Some of these commuters live ahout twenty miles from Geneseo. These veterans hrave the winter snows and inclement weather to arrive whole in Geneseo with a safe margin hefore the last bell. It is the proud claim of the commuters that they know the roads from their homes to Geneseo with their eyes closed. Inns Row: Rauf, G. llvufx, ll ltlfllff, .llt'f.lfl'fIl0, I.. .llflllf7J'U7I. THIRD Row: lIll'I17:l', I'urlm', lf. Bililqv, lf. Paftezz, D0lI71tII1, R lrtu fr! N llmrlr slf:toNn now: qlflulzzlizlu, Il .llfft'l'1llilll, llwviff, I". .ll1lllf7.l'lIIl, K. Bizilql. lPRoNT Row: Kiufffe, C!L'1llUI1f,f, Abbulf, Huw: Sllllbvffkl 77 A . f lui it Nou llnbtr Hmb, lluirztt, llvffur, Mvrriff,G'u1.w, IJJIFMI, lflfiwrz, Fimrf, f.1rL,ruu, U'ifr.fw'!fmr, MtKiMi'11, 'lllllih now, llm l.1ru, Milf!! :fm HI lullzrtifr, lfirr, .l'ff.11l,Zfv1v.r.r1'. Miffur, fIi111'fL'1', G1lfu.fjZl'. SIEKUND Row: Kurlifuu, Kf1u'f.n1il. .lllir 13.1Lt'r'. IJIIIIP, Huff, lll.lz'. Offlurlbmjq, Nlilfur. l"l10N'I' Row: Inge, Giarzllmz, .S'fllf:Qc',f, lflvfri, l"m'lii, Kcfrtfx, ll.rrr1q.n1, Mlwlif. To promote scholarship and arouse a consciousness of its importance, to lend a supporting hand to any worthwhile activity carried on hy the school, and to keep uppermost in mind the general welfare ol' the student hody of Geneseo Normal School, these are the true aims ol' Sigma Pi Sigma. It is indeed an honor and a privilege to helong to this organization, and any student who has attained a "B" average for any three semesters is eligihle to join. Although at the top of Geneseo's scholastic ladder, the memhers or Sigma Pi Sigma are not exclusively intellectuals. They too have their social moments, as shown during the Sigma Pi Convocation last fall. Memhers ofthe chapters from Oneonta, Potsdam, and New Paltz were hospitalwly received and entertained hy Geneseo. We all thoroughly enjoyed the week-end, especially the hanquet, with the tinkling "crystal symphony," the songs and sparkling conversation, and the goodly representation of faculty memhers from the other normal schools as well as from our own school. Contrary to some erroneous impressions, Sigma Pi memhers can he, and often are, charming and sociahle "grasshoppers" as well as indus- trious and eflicient Hants." SIGMA PI SIGMA 78 NTER-FRATERNITY COUNC iilsuclfwi Ii Y xNmf1aw Xll . l'!u.-l!p!i.1Zvf.1 VIRGIN! a llowlfs RUIIIVRI ll,-xMn.'l'oN . l'fv1 Jlfpful Zum XVIRKSINIA lltvNkl-21: l'lRXN'IN llluufn , xlfffnz .lilillllil llilflfflllll ljllRU'l'llY c,NDl"RDL7Nk Cilcolnvlf l l.-oximowlw .l!f'!'.1.lllNQlll.I Ififlflfflll 'll'Nlu Ml ri Hlil.l. l'll,l7,,XliIi'l'II XYILKINNUN . , , lffimzilnl :XNNI1 Hl'lll1kil'fK . MYR x Sl'NDl5lil no . Cfjlllllilll Alll5RliY Nolvrox qlffvfuz l7ulf.1 xllfvfw Daft.: .'lr'l'lff11r,1 ,'lrt'lfwi.1 ml tgurlhnl phyuxi U1 liortnightly, on Wetlnestlays, representatives ol' the fraternities in Geneseo assemhle in solemn conclave. lt is the lnter-Fraternity Council who lvormulate the rush rules which all sororities and fraternities must ohserve. However, the council is not merely concernetl with the prohlem of rushing. Their goal is to raise the scholastic level of sororities antl fraternities ol' Geneseog and to achieve this goal there is an Inter- liraternity Scholastic Cup awartleil annually to the fraternity or sorority with the highest average. The high spot ol their year's activities is the Inter-Fraternity Ball which is sponsored hy all sororities antl fraternities. At this time, the memhers meet to enjoy the glamorous excitement ol' the most spec- tacular hall of the year. nu L. now: lllmnlnuf, .S'1n1.fcrfi1u.l, .X'urm11, llllhff, lllzlzlufr, Umfwulnrzk, llinmuomf, Al1frfwlf, ll ,IfLiIl.l'VNl. 1RoN'1' Roxy Dr Baflftlll' Bazar l '.1mlvr11'.1fl, Cfizirl, flllzfdwk, 79 BACK Row: Heffer, Tmfur, flfnlfwl, Amferrrul, Hmlurek, Xllllff, Carbin, K!t'fIIl1r1II.f, .Yf!7H'rlIl. THIRD Row: l'l'ilro.x', lftllllii, ,Mrfff1l1f:f1', T7N1Illu',l', Difwmml, Omfvrkirk, IUmlllerrlf, Nixmz, Iirlluer. s1zcoNn Row: lfqul, jurlerfw, Nefmu, Tlfwfzpmzz, lihfllzre, Tzvirr, Srluflvl. l'IUJN'l' now: lJf,LLL'Ul1l7l, Yiuzrlqj, Kvmrl, .s'L'll7lL"fk, Turkcr, llzrrlf. . ,gf wx' HONORARY MEMBERs If Elizabeth Hakes, Edna Helfer Wilsoli, Carol Holland, Bess Johnson, l .Ruth Northway, C. Agnes Rigney, Grace Fraser Welles. f ACTIVE MEMBERS 1939 Lenore Carr, Myra Corbin, Huletta Darch, Alyce Grassxyick, Carol Heller, Jean Kleinhans, Marion Jackson, Audrey Norton, Elise Schehl, I ' 'r , Sara Lee Taylor, Isabelle Sucker, Jeanette Twiss, Betty Vanderzelle, " , 'J' Verna Yahchzpyf , , ' , f zlyvzdlp -, V1.1 fl. 1940 , . ,ai 'L J 'Ingi-itl H'a'nspri,,A,n11e lgltidecek, Evelyn Schwan, Mary Ann Thomas, ' . " . 1" 1 Mgvywilcby, , if ' ' t V - ., K y V, V V' 1941 ' ," gli' Florence Anderson, ,Charlotte Diamond, Esther Lloyd, Ethel Nelson, - , ' -, Doris Nizgqnf , J ' I H 11 5' IMAA' , ' lf' I' 'Olive Dikeman, Mary McCauley, Mary Ouderkirk, Julia Palmer, ' f Barbara Rhydderch, Mildred Ryan, Winifred Scott, Evelyn Schneck, X W ' Mary Louise Thompson, Lois Wallace. 5 ,L , ALGONIAN SORORIT 80 E V E N l N G S 0 N G What is that which sounds so Clearly, Clearly on the evening air? Tis the sound of happy Agos singingg You can hear them everywhere: A-G-O-N-l-A-N, A-G-O-N-l-A-N. Now the echo answers, softly ringing A-G-O-N-l-A-N. .VC-,I - f' , ll PQ' L'Q3gLlQf'r" LQ,-' I y .JI ev 'I i ' U p. MV' M " PRESIDENTS AUDREY NoRToN lsA131z1.L1s TUCKER VERNA YAUCHZY ALYCIS GRASSXVICK 81 W' ,,,,-f ' 3 '- ,. ' t,,f 1 '11 1 fy ix-i! ,mind A,, 1 A, , xl., , 1 ' 4 L- ,li . . . I -. " fu -.fx ,- - new M' ., pl v 1. ' l""'7"' NJ ' M BACK RU : Gilbert, lVillia111 , Cav, F. Manu, Flare, Belwke, Gilmore, Ritrlde, frlffzller, Hamer. rfoukrri Row: tfnzitlf, lzillimu, 1'vr,r, M. Mr 11, Eater, IJIIBJI He e, l'll'f, Nelxzm, lVir1.flm1, Sargeazr, Naflw, Cmuffnnl, 1'er.r. THIRD Row: Bafmge, .Yu.r.r, BIl?Ik?f, Min librite, Br 1 ell, Gaml ww, lwrlr. vfcrr, fly. SECON Row: Parker, Dean, Brmlna, R0.f.fb0f0llAgl7, Grarer, Hale, Bower. FRONT Row: llallen- beclz, Srlfaufe berger, P. fmitlv, Hflveeler, Kabemrl, Meayqlfer. I . X! ' f f , ll IA l . jf kid-fl I ., 1 1' If I 1 HONQRARY MEMBERS vt' I ,I . . , ., 14 Lugill 'Bur E rd C lver, Vera Duncan, Blanche Fuller, Marion 16,14 ' 1 , . - . ll . 1 ai v Q, , til an Greei e Lewis, Clarissa Luttenton. ' W 4 , . 5' - 1. A . f ! yy , ' 4 . ,i f. . 4 ACTIVE MEMBERS . -' ,,f,,.. .ef- , 5 Il 1939 "7 ,Q , - w . . . . . . , 1 'L rain? Behnke, Beverly Brownell, Virginia Bunker, Winifred 'L . ' J I I ' iso 1, Eleanor Estes, Mary Fuest, Margaret Goodell, Harriet Herle, K 1 P o ra Hynes, Marie Reed, Betty Rigney, June Sargent, Beatrice Sly, X 1 I l ' be Walling, Betty Wayman, Caryl Wheeler. I I 5 1940 S gin Bassage, Virginia Bowes, Adelyn Brudno, Elizabeth Dean, Q , orothy Hollenbeck, Frances Mann, Frances Reed, Florence Robeson, Mildred Rossborough, Virginia Schaller, Melba Suss, Louise Tillman, Mary Winston. 1941 Dorothy Crawford, Alice Nash. 1942 Marion Charles, Marilyn Coe, Mary Gilbert, Jean Gilmore, Marcia Graver, Marjorie I-lak, lrma Hamer, Eleanor Myers, Marie Nelson, Margaret Parker, Pauline Peters, Elizabeth Ritchie, Cora Smith, Pauline Smith, Janet Williams. ALPHA DELTA SORORITY 82 LGXQALTY SONG Welute sisters in Alpha Delt Aml loyal to thee we'll he. We'll ulyynys holtl in out heart That our pledge is out loyalty. Alplm Delta Cll1lllL2llgC to us lfzxitlulul yye'll he Always to thee, Alplm Delta. XVe will holtl klC2ll' All the memories - You'ye htought to us. s PRESlDlYN'l'S Y1Rc11N1A ISUNKIQLR QIANICIL lN'll2AGllliR . im. 2' " ' J f .gf .. i J'?I'.iyf ' ' ":.J45. ' -,V - 1. ' . -re, '. ' fi, A' fillf' In-.'j'4 .4 1, I'--.- . ' . 5 . 41-1, - ' ' I U., A , Yikkmfw. 'N-.. .V fuxfsz . . 1 ff, .P 2 +- 7 5, ,,,,....rm,k,4AJ .., .,.,...,,. QQ! TTr,tAuv.xf ' L- we ef-f 71- 'J""':"" rf l,,.L, ual!! . .1 a.L-14-If MM, , J ...v lf-W K A-cf-tl-J U . ..,,..1,..fi:.- Wu, b- cv-.21 ii- ,fLv. ' 1 p4n4A'Q"p L+-we . ufpffl v J' 1 U" fwu D ,..fvff.f- . -,,,..4.hU-M-7-AJ-v A xy 'i l XI! MJ -J , -" ff-'L . Q, .,.b.,.4,,,. ,- ,J , 11 Ki if 'J . ,te F irslfafv-ee. .M -S.. if ONQRARY Ili? ERS .J it -. I , Q X rw Kat erine rnjer ,aijdyjj ary Louise aker, Elsie M. Quinby,,'i' rf 4 ,f 1 ' g5Lena A tejrji, rnlide Sa, er, Irene Snith. f ' "'- , 'ff 1. "f- ' 4 ,L ,J -F f.,, ' fp.. ' ii ,jf fl IECEIVE MEMBERS 1,..L,, A, ., , G., ' W Full VJ!! 1939 71. V- .f .1 V J .Marjorie liirlidleglt, gtgzfry Beeney, Helen Bly, Regina Corrigan, Get- 'J 1 r trude Dewey, aves, Elizabeth Faust, Dorothyjerome, Marion l' , I Klippel, Frances L. Meekin, Irene M. Meyer, Lucille Mitchell, Janet , . . Mock, Dorothy Onderdonk, Marian Sage, Eva Saxton, Louise Schae- ig Q fer, Jean Schwader, Eula Toal, Violet Unger, Doris Van Lare. , 7 f s 1940 Uffi . Q Margaret Corrigan, Nathalie H. Dewey, Ethel Gillespy, Emmy 3.1 ' V ,Y Q ' Hunsperger, Helen Louise Johnson, Mary Keenan, Virginia E. Kelly, Ji X , 1 N Doris Knight, Leithia Murray, Edna Russ, Mabel Sanford, Leona - 7 I J Smith, Louise Smith, Dorothy Whitmore. 3 oy L Q . . . t t .. i W 15 Q, S Jean Johnston, Sylvia Martin, June Mitchell, Dawn Seguin, Phyllis ! ' P' 1-J .-J - - f F 1 Sherman, Beatrice Sherwood. ,B N f i .Q 5 . , 1942 ,fi ,f- Qi N3 Q 1 Nl Mary Adams, Dorothy Barden, Grace Barrett, Carol Bonke, Janeti- ,ix Gillard, Janice Gleason, Faith Slack. J' ARETHUSA SORORITY 84 v- I4 ix. N"'q N in ',,' '4.L I I . 1 . V J ' if ' F A 1 t y dv N lx E L yi. in , Y. I , '- ' ' v , f I AliE,THU.SA SLSTQJRSQHV - , , ,WAV U ' A D 5,4 4,4 Q as . . X VU' .X of , Q 0 4.4 0 'I Y H 'L ' ' I I I -' Q N ' v , 3 V V ,. VB t , fpjiffd-IG," ,Q V. . f PRESIDENTS f U y,Vb1f'E-BPH hgamg tgget E Jr, 'P' 3 x"l,' If-rIIi!?ANc1E'lXfIu1?K1Nx"'f'Cf6,C-HJ ,pf , ' We-are 11lQL1g.feLl to theeg J ic, fs ' 4-I ' ,A MW WNW - UQ ' ,z ' V. ' ,I I V, " gy , I . ,X v XN ELIZABETH FAUST J I V lf " AI'CEhllS2l, S1'SbCt'S - 'xl 'A ,V ' " NX 1j0R0'I'HY ONDILRDUNK I I ' v' .l , J' ',' ' ., - -We li alwayg kmd zmdutrue and ffuthffll :PE N . , v ' ' , fi 'A X ' 9 F ' I pk LJ fi f' - . . 'WWW . ' 'i ,Sistclxstzmd mgethcr ff ' TMJ., I , q . 'f -f AH: U' J ' ,A 1, Through the long, lonj QEHFSQ :lv , V . f w I X hvcn though we may be fred V -We'll come luck from where x-my startcglg my U .", 1 Wc'll be sisters true. W f' yy Y ,vin W f M ,ff 5 ' ' fp ,Jw L5 fy, QEQAQ'-J -I Y-'K 'SX - ,yy vf' Vf' f -, Agfa v pwfq N. W . - . --QW! krvv W. ff ,!1, my f' Mw is ff ' 'fd , 9gfMi'f5ffj 4 MM" Y' fy J . xl f . .' 4' '. ' , , , v' 'Y , v' ' ILM,-' 35 L - 1,' I, ' 1, N' P., if A -JXXL , " XXu's. I . tk 4, r we ,,.,-9 - 5, . asf F 1 Y NJ t Wana, BACK Row: Flynn, Plulnrt, Erkellzmzou, Ingerfoll, Henry, Cain, Warner, Hall, Tbarlrer, Belden, Fraqee, Horenfeld, Dqrton, jewerr, Gene 'rmlm Row: Vaeth, lVoolever, Powell, Hyde, B. Smith, Woodley, Van Mi6!dIOIWOfll7, .S'rbu'urq, Klein, Kupfrian, Finkel, ClNllfJ'kQV, Murph Damiro, Tlvarlver, Coufclrick. sEcoND Row: Gorton, B. Wilkinron, Mooolv, Mfr. Stroetqel, .Y1mzlerluml, Elder, Randall, Pafuini, Oldenburg L Tripp. FRONT Row: E. Xmitb, Howe, Andrew, E. Wilkimon, Grijin, Donnelly, Bmmlr, Morrlvioli, Tanro, Brirlz. HONORARY MEMBERS Frances Brown, Louise Moran Coyne, Mary Richardson, Alice Damon Rider, Elizabeth Rowles, Bernice Stroetzel. ACTIVE MEMBERS 1939 Peggy Brandt, Kathleen Cain, Mary Flynn, Mary Geise, Frances Hyde, Anna Marhioli, Edith Moody, Martha Pansini, Katherine Powell, Mary Randall, Helen Tripp, Elizabeth Wilkinson. 1940 Agnes Andrew, Ruth Dayton, Mildred Ecklekamp, Lucy Finkel, Mary Frazee, Ruth Griffin, Gertrude Henry, Edna Jewett, Lorraine Kupfrian, Louise Oldenburg, Myrtle Schwarz, Elizabeth Smith, Grace Tauro, Mary Louise Thacher, Frances Vaeth, Lois Van Middlesworth, Esther Wilkinson, Marjorie Woolever. 1941 Elizabeth Howe, Suzette Ingersoll, Terese Klein, Barbara Smith, Myra Sunderland, Mary Jane Woodley. 1942 Elizabeth Belden, Mary Catherine Brick, Minerva Cowdrick, Helen Cumiskey, Evelyn Damico, Marian Donnelly, Mary Elder, julia Gorton, Marilouse Hall, Marian Murphy, Alma Pluhst, Jean Thacher, Janet Warner. IONIAN SORORI 86 ' --i ' " - -1-' f ' LT '41 1 T IN THE EVENING ln the evening, in the moonlight, You can hear those Clios singing - In the evening, hy the liresiile, Sorority praises ringing. We have loved you while we've heen hereg NVe will miss you when we leave youg So we'll sing, in the evening . I v Q W-'Y . To Alpha Clio. A ' ' I . I . A ,f Y' . . V V E ' v ' , ' u g xr. .' A . V' , . ,U FN- My K 4 'A .. T s v f F ,: 1"-1 ' V X l A 5 ll. If vis PRESIDIQNTS iX'lARY RANDALL lX'lAR'l'llA PANSINI liLIZABliTH XVILKINSON EDITH Moonv I, P :A Aff i ,-1' 67 ' it ' 1 ' 5 4 .L 0 - c 1. v' m1 ' " ' x 4. 4 A A 3 - - uux now Kml.1u1.1rLvr, Alizrrizl, XLNU1, Rirlvlmmf, Aff. Cffzrla, llinmmnzil, Hilrrif, l'ui1n', Burr, llurfzmzzz. suoxo now: llr, Clnwm' lizlur, llmrfli, Dr. ffllrbilfflgfr, llnher, G, ffulfftflal, Dr. ljfllllrlll. l'RoN'r now: Vogt, llllrzlvr, l'ff1ff1ffr, Xfwzzfur, Lllrwmli. HONORA RY MEM BERS Dr. l-lernmn D. Behrens, Dr. Gaile Carhaugh, Mr. XVZIISOIT Clark, Dr. Clarence O. Lehman. ACTIVE MEMBERS 1939 Ellsworth Bzlker, Harold Bulk, Erwin Huher, Gerald Pease, William Richmontl, litlwurtl Rotlamztclfer. 1940 Etlrnuntl lliortli, Lynn Burr, Gortlon Conklin, George l'l2111llllOI1Ll, Ralph Harris, Rohert H2lI'fIU2lI'l,1IOSCPl1 Slcully. 1942 Carlton Carinotly, l-larrison Phillips, Rohert Spencer, Rohert Vogt, Earl Warner. ALPHA SIGMA EPSILON FRATERNITY 88 THIS MAROUN AND WHITE .. . . . PRIQSI DENTS hing for thc hxinc of our hrothcrsg 1 ' IZDMUND l31oRo1 .. - - - . 12 11 1 bing for the fume of inaroon and the whitc. RWIN Um R Lct all thc: men shout the glory Ol' the Alplizl Sigs tonight. Sing, sing, sing, with all your vim, Anti triuinphantly march ulongg lfight, light, light, with all your inightg Alplizi Sigma lipsilon. 89 , . , . . . HK L. now: lx. ffwrzlfzfl, Ul'f.Hl1fn. lnflfm, llllflllflml, lmfor, Cfl'l1U1'l, fll'11j111. ffflfllfm, .ll.1ff11'111, Tlfr'1l1v', ll'.1l1'fff1m, f,ffff,'.1r'.f"f, ll.lx1 suowo RUXXT lJ1'. ,ll1'-lylffflrl, Miffur, lnufqm, l'.1mfw'1z'11ff, Mr, fflflmlf IRUNI now. .l'1.lrL, ll11'l'1-f', lllqqlfzl, lirwffflfd. HONORA R Y MIEM BIZRS D11 Guy A. Bailey, M11 R. lJC1'Of'clOLll1fI'f'lTlLll1, lxflf. lienjumm Cinult, M11 l7re1le1'1cl4 B. l-lolcomlw, D11 Clayton C. Mau, Dr. Ge1'1'z11'1l R. lX"lC.S.I2lfl1lll'I, D11 .james B. Welles. .fXC1TlX'l2 MIEM ISIZRS 1939 , . . . . . Xxlllldlll l'ClAl'lSS, R1Cl1zll'al lJCOl'I21I'Ll, Alleo Mapes, Hz11'ol1l lXl11tl1exxls, lrfilllli Mclillwlwen, Melvin Miller, Donald Mills, Michael Orlnmlo. He1'lwe1't 'l12lf'l0I', cll2ll'CIlCC Xl2llTLlCI'XV2lll. 1 940 lzmory llromstell, l'el1x C,0l112ll'LlO, Re11z1lLlo C1o11l4li11, l-l111'ol1l llliley, Ve1'11o11 G1'11lley, Rolwert l'l2ll11llfOl1,J2lCli Holmes, lilwooll liI'lSllL'l', 'lolm Rieler, George XV2lliCIll2lll, Wilmot TLll'l1Cl'. 1942 LeRoy lhiggs, Cllurence lieldy, Smith Higgins, Roscoe Stark. IALPHA ZETA FRATERNITY 9o CLOSING OD The hour has come when we must part, United Phils so trueg To mingle with the outer world Where frater's dreams are few. And we should carry to our homes, The love that thrills us hereg Be strong, united in the cause Our hearts now hold so dear. And lllzly the sunheams brighter grow That fill with love each heartg Where e'er our wandering feet may go, United Phils we part. E PRESIDENTS CLARENCE VANDERWALL MELVIN MILLER 91 , ,!,, n WO ll u N Huw: ll.n1m11, lilqnk, C. Xllfilfl, Ilozw, U'iMvr, Fluff, lflmN'r Row: lfffu, Uflfffzlhzfrq, Mirr l'v.mA'lg, llmlffwrqvr, Loulsla CDLDIQNBURG . Clnmvmzzz, Temm' I N G R 1 D H A N80 N .SNHCl'Ufz1lfT, z11'cl1e1j1' MARION BUYCK . . Ti'6zI.IxIlJ'0l', B11zfwi11f011, Tlzbfe Tezzfm' MARY PLA'I"I' , .Sx1l',i7lll1lfI1'Q El.IZABIi'I'II Howu Dmzfiulq ciA'I'llliRlNI5 SMITH . B41.x'kvff541ff PIIYLLIS XVILDIER Bfzfvbfzff IQMMY HLTNSPICIICEIER . . . . B01l'!fI1lQ M A R 1 LY N Cola Frefllfmzzz Rvpre.rw1fl1ffz'c MILDRIQD fiCKI5l,KAMv . Rhfmlq MEN,S ATHLETIC COUNCIL 92 EARER OF TH Kathleen Cain Rohertzi Church Mona Collister Beverly Brownell 'lennie Moses FIRST LETTER Mary Frazee Marie Hosenfieltl Lorraine Hynes Elizzlheth Knirhn SECOND LETTER Florence Merritt Doris Nixon Louise Oltlenhurg TWO STARS Nancy Niins Elsie Schmidt Verna Yauchzy Catherine Smith Phvllis Wilder Winifretl Ellison Eulu Tozll nut now: l"r.1Qn', 641111, ll'lf.fi'1', lfflimfl, Cfwrrff, llu.n'11fvfif. SICKUNIH Row: lfruzwlwff, Yizlrrfrgi, Murrilf, i'llu.wJ, TMI. lluml noxx I illllffflf, Ofilfllblllil, llwux, :vf.X'1IIl, Cfulf1,rtw'. 93 E G During the winter there are even more activities for the women students. The NVomen's Athletic Council owns skiis, ice skates, and tohoggans which make possihle a great deal of fun in the snowy out- of'-doors. The Council has also provided well for indoor sports. There is equipment for haskethall, swimming, dancing, hadminton and tahle tennisg and, through special arrangements, lessons in riding and howling have heen made available to the students. 95 IIlI'.SIINI,XN 'I ILXM IINIOR I'I:x'xNI n u x mm: lI.u'r,'.11'If, ff. f.1u,'!vfu'.If, Luv, ,XIIl,f141lml, lI.fmw'!. N xx lx lcnxx II 1.I,f'I'1', fm,'.f11If, NI Iuxlm mm ll.u,'1Hr,', tfvmlv xnuxxw num .I fk.111ff'ffu,If, tfuzrfm, NI. ,III.II.1mrn1 l7z'.fIu, I'.1IuHl. llmxl mm II 1'Iffx, Nllxffrf, Xwzlf' .II. II.1nlav', l'ff,I1I'r' IIIUNI www, l7,111ffIff, .'IfII'l!llfl, Cffff'tm1, II ff,I1.mfI, l'.1f1m'1'. I A k IN I IxRIIOl SI. XX INNLRS SINIUR 'I It 'X M IIUIII IIKTIISIZ nu K mm' l.I.I1w1f, Um, umm: num 3 ,YIlwz1Ilr, .NIv,1I1fwr'. nu K now: l.mful, Murrzff, .I'.f'm1.ll xnuwlm num . 1 ff,',I1n1vr ,III'r'r'1fl, 'l'u,1.I, .IIfmw. Hamm, .Ywltfu lluwl' Now' l'.1.Irrn1ff X.'XRSI'I'Y TEAM nu K mm':lff1e, .xIU7'flff, Iiylfmlyf, FRUNAI' lmw: .NIIXIIIL l'.1.'n1f'r, AIow.r. EN'S ATHLETIC COUNC Rom5R'1' HAh1ILTON ALLEN MAPES . XVILNIOT TURNER SMITH HICEGINS . LEROY BRIGGS . Presidezzt Vice-Prefiderzt, Senior Reprefentfztive Trwamrer, f1mi0rRepreJe1zmfi1Je Secretary Freflmzmz Repreyefzfative Grilllgr, Turner, Burr, Vumleruwfl, Briggr, R. Cankfirl, Huber. 9 have many other athletic interests. Each year in the spring, the MEN'S ATI-ILETILS 'Xlthough haskethall is their major sport, the meh OiiCiCI1CSCO Normal th usiasm for haskethall gives way to a desire for victory on the hase- hall diamond. 98 C11- NS, ,.,, e.. v 's ' 3 , N t X- 3,3--. ini iiiimx it Favorite outtloor sports include golfantl tennis. The eluh on Conesus Lake furnishes an excellent Course for the ardent golfers, antl the new courts on the lower campus are popular with the tennis enthusiasts. Although not required to tlo so, the men take part in many activi- ties tluring the year. Bowling, swimming, and tahle tennis are favorites. Riding is also popular, and many of the men are memhers of the cavalry troup. 99 E N'S BASKETBALL The famous Geneseo Spirit shines forth as brightly in the lield ol' basketball as it does elsewhere. Not in the least cowed by a lew defeats, the Geneseo team fought valiantly throughout the entire season. The Geneseo Spirit was again in evidence in the support of the basketball. games by the students. Under the guidance of co-captains the Geneseo team managed to hold their own during the basketball season. There were new additions to the team this year, with excellent prospects for next year's team. In fact, Geneseo oiiers a good opportunity to its men students to play a good game of basketball. The boys on the team learn IHOFC than how to play basketball. They come into contact with people of many different colleges through their basketball games. They also learn to handle their finances wisely, for they IHLISI budget the expenses for each game. ln this way through basketball, the boys ol'Geneseo learn more than how to "sink" a shot. MACK now: Grilllci, BI'lI"l. Tuff, 'llllllll Row: Mr. llillwrl lhlfflillwl Kml.z1m1rLw' R,C,'uul.!if1. suoxo IUXVQ ll'.1li'fu.n1 K lllll . U5 y y G. Conklin. ritoNT now: Ilflflgfllf. Q2 V gil- - A i I 100 1 cgi rf WL M56 YUTE amccs P' N .93 'Ei fi. 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N4 6 Q.. 1 Ll .f v,,. 1 1 '-ucv -.,., I Q .I ' 'f gm., Haig' 3141A 121' Z' The Photographs rn Thrs Book Were Made by Moser Studro, Inc Studza and Home Pormzzturc 2.7 Clinton Avenue North ' Rochester 117 ga 4 1, .:. ,I 3 if lv ww A L, n N .-'yn .u . r H, -A 1- ,, . i,-- -- 'Jr Genesee Valley National Bank and Trust Company , of Geneseo Ertablifhed 1865 rw Complete Banking Service we Acts as Executor, Trustee Administrator, Guardian and in All Other Fiduciary Capacities GW Member of Federal Referee Syrtem and Federal Deposit Inrurance Fund One of America? Finer! Farlaion Floorr if YOUR FASHION CENTER -Sibley's Beautiful Second Floor . . . your Fashion Center! For here are con- venient, modern shops that bring you the world's choicest fashions priced for every budget and purse. Now that Summer is at hand you'l1 want to see the outdoor fashions in our Sun Shop. You'll want clothes for vacation and travel. You'll want inexpensive dresses that are easy to keep crisply fresh. All these you'll find in our Second Floor Shops, where you may assemble your entire summer wardrobe. SECOND FLOOR SIBLEY, LINDSAY 8: CURR Co. Mc CLUSKEY'S FRESHMAN HOUSE 33 Wadsworth Street Compliment: of THE RIVIERA A Kallet-Comerford Theater WILCOX HOUSE RooM AND BOARD 41 Wadsworth Street Compliment: of THE GRAND UNION COMPANY Speeialirtr in .reroing qualig' food since I872 86 Main Street Geneseo, N. Y. Congratulations and Best Wishes to THE 1939 GRADUATES UF GENESEO NURMAL SCHUUL from THE INETRUETUR The Activities Magazine for Elementary Teachers Complete line of Sorority and Fraternity and Club jackets at reasonable prices. Salesman will be glad to call and submit prices and samples. CHAMPION KNITWEAR CO. 71 St Paul St. Rochester, N. Y. GENESEO HARDWARE CO. INC. 52.50 P., y.., Publilhnd by of 10 iuun F. A. Owen Publishing Co. Ggngsgg, New York TWO Yllfl- 34-00 Dansville, N. Y. -, if ei- . . IVII CKLE DRU CO Headquarters for Eastman Kodaks and Films Everjytbzng for the Amateur and Pro enzonal Photo Fznuber C phments of DIET SHOP Lena. Compliments of the MARKET BASKET STORES "Huey," "Ethelwyn," "Vi Unger," "McLane Bcrniece Tuck NORTHRUP HOUSE ' 37 MAIN ST "Winston," "Harrietre," "Dot," "Mary Pratt "Esther, ' "Ge1sey," "Bea Sly," "Polly "Luckie," "Vi Keem," "Margie MCCURDY HOUSE Light Housekeeping Privileges 2.4 Bank Street Compliments of the H. WELCH DAIRY Dine and Dance or the M and B GRILL Best Wishes To The Class of 1939 from MRS. KNOX AND THE GIRLS Vestrnents for Choir and Pulpit THE C E WARD COMPANY NEW LONDON or-no Graduation Caps and Gowns Band Uniforms Gowns for School Choirs and Glee Clubs Write for Free Catalogs We wish to thank every instructor and member of the student body who co- operated with us in introducing our policy of 'irervice with a raving. GENESEO STUDENT "CO-OP" Francis O. Mills, Mg. "The Studentr' Store" Books School Supplies Stationery Confections Everything in Music an Musical Instruments 670 LEVIS MUSIC STORE 33 South Ave. 412. East Main St. Rochester F445 mari is 1 1 I I I jk J' . A .f T r 6 . M I I L a K, V f 0 ,ff '1 Y ll d W The Normalian GENEsEo NORMAL Sc:-cool. GENESEO. NEW YORK April sun, 1939 Mr. William Ross The DuBois Press Rochester, N. Y. De8I' KP. Ross: Now that our book is finished, we wish to express to you our appreciation for your help in making its publication possible. The year's work has been a pleasant and profitable one, and we feel that we have created something lasting for the school. With your cooperation we have made this book an accurate mirror of our first year spent together in the new administration building. This year you have served us especially well, giving helpful suggestions gained from long experience in this work. You helped so much in selecting the material which we wished to record about our new environment, and guided us in effectively displaying it in our book. We are very pleased with this Normalian and want you to know that we are grateful to you for your part in it Sincerely yours NORMALIAN STAFF OF 1939 Editor-in-Chief J Business Manager 120 . - :M ,-.ng -W. BULLETIN BOARD ADVERTISERS Avon Inn Barnard, Porter, and Remington Beauty Salon Wee Ben Franklin Store Bolt House Emerson Hall Folts jewelry Store GriHin House Hosiery Box Houston House Jolly Farmer Inn Livingston Leader Livingston Republican J. R. 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