Geneva High School - Seneca Saga Yearbook (Geneva, NY)

 - Class of 1943

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W 6' W, ' gi . E27 T iisfw-if v--if B57 if .Q nu ' ,Z 1 A S . ,V .1-wmv? ..,.,., , 4 1+ -r If w Zi 1 i 'K 'k ll' 'K If THE 1943 SENECA + SAGA anim- lln- chorus. spa-ell il unuurs Shout llu- lmlllv cry. nil to thc-0. our fxllllil xlulvr. nil, cLl'llK'Y1l High! TheIHassoI 1943 J - GENEVA HIGH SCHO0L ITS VICTORY ISSUE of lla :H UFDJLJJ SENECILSAGA Q? , NNW wwf WW JDRLUWU Cdlmilbvh- Cgvvxfr-fuxlflflc, ewfl 'Q 0 Af OW JP' A TE... We, the class of l9li3, salute you, the members of the armed forces, who at some time or another have at- tended Geneva High School. We dedicate this annual to you because of the loyalty, courage, and devotion to duty which you have shown on the battlefields of the world. It is a grim world, that which you have been called upon to face, and we want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you always. Be sure to write us and let us know where you are and what you are doing, that we may keep in touch with you so as to follow the good examples and standards which you have so nobly set. Ahrahaan Analaonw Abraham Dananl Alarahana I a-org: J Alrrahaan A-o Aaqaaalano Anthonv I' Arqaaalano Donaanaalx Adam I-I-orgv Alrwk IIaI h Il Allrn I harm-1 Allan Malaolna .Ir Andrmaaa John I Anrlrrson I alvvna I Arularwoaa Ian Anlaraaaaaa Anllaa an Anlsnaaara Donald Jr Aaalanuma Iranaas XI Anlnnlla AIl'ra1lI Aralaar Ilarold Anhrr Iuul A Arnold Ifdwnnl I' Axhalown Ilobrrl J Ashdown Samavl I Aualaar Hlaol. Angonlana John J Ayn-me Duaad Ii Iiaar JohnJ Iiaralan JaalavaIl Ilardan Ihllaral Iiaroodv Alxrahana aa.r.a.a.a, liaroody Iiuroonlt naaaoaaaay Haroodv Haroody Iharoodv Ha alta Alarnhnraa II Alla rl 'II I"aIwarII Iavorga 'II Make Ilnharal Ihvoalora 'VI Ilalpla Ilulatolal Daaaal Iioan-dnt Wallaaan I III'llIll'lI. III-nan Il. 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Kirby: K1-nnclll R. l,lll'l'iSlPlI. oarc! of giclucafion . . . l'l' IS 'I'llliUl'Gll 'l'lll'I lil"l"Ull'l'S ol' thc lioarll ol' l'I1lncation that fi1'Ilt'Ykl Iligh School was rcatly alul prcparcal for tlu- stuhlcn crisis which arosc on lll'1't'llllN'l' Tth. IOLI. 'l'hanks to tlu' liorcsight ol' tlu- lllt'llllN'l'i ol' tlu' lvoaril. tlu' progratn which tlu- high school is now pursuing was sct up anal tlu- nulcllincry was sct running for our all out war cllort. 'l'lu- cntirc war program ol' U4-tu-va lligln School is lnulcr tlu- lczulcrsliip ol' tlu- lloaral ol' lislncation. 'l'lu- nu-nllu-rs ol' tlu- lloarel. acting as rcprcscntativcs ol' thc taxpaycrs ol' liI'llt'Yll llavc sliown a kccn apprcciation ol' tlu- prolilcms youth nnlsl l'acc in tlu- lll'l'St'lll crisis. 'l'lu-y liavc kt-pt this in niilul in sctting up tlu- war tinu- program for Cm-ncva lligh School. ln fact. llu- nu-nilu-rs ol' tlu- lloartl ol' l'l1llll'llll0ll arc sc-rving in that capacity only lu-causc tlu-y 4lo havc in- tcrcsts for tlu- ucllarc ol' young pcoplc. 'l'lu- joln ol' lu-ing a nu-mlmcr ol' tlu- Board ol' liflucation is a haul onc. Long hours aiul still' work niakc up tlu- sclu-alnlc that must lu- followccl lay tlu- hoarul. It is also oftcn a thank- lcss jolt with littlc or no re-cognition for llu- work that has lice-n accotnplislu-ll. llowcvcr. tlu- nu-nllu-rs ol' tlu- lloarml ol' l"l1lllt'illl0ll may l'ccl Ill'0llll ol' tlu- jolt lhcy havc rlonc ill starting llcncva lligli School ont on tlu- war-tinic program. It is a flilhcnlt task to changc from a pcacc- tinu- sclu-tlulc to a wartinu- sclu-llnlc without any prcvions nolicc or warning. Yct llu- lloatwl ol' lftlucation changctl tlu- policy or curriculum of ll:-lu-va lligh School so 1'll'4'l'llYl'lf' that tlu-rc coulel lu- no tlonht as to its sncccss. Xkilh llu- faculty alul stlulcnts fol- lowing tlu- prccctlcnt ol' llu- lloarsl ot' litlncation in changing tlu- way ol' school lifc. tlu- pr:-sn-nt lDl'0gl'1lIIl 5l'I'lll5 ll5Sllr1'Il lil' Slll'l'1'S5. 'l'lu- nlctnlu-rs ol' Ucncva lligh School. tlu- scnior class in particular. thank you for tlu- lczulcrship aiul inspiration that you havc givcn to ns cluring tlu-sc elilhcult tinu-s. 'I'nt4: l'lIll'l'0Ii. I 9 l . I in : '. v , - . . - - JM? III Illini Im Ni, Iflcllcvw: IIN- oppawlunnly in sa-ml vuvll ul yun il pn-rsmml grw-ling Inns In-vn 4XI1'Il1I4'4IIlDIll1'IPN III4' 4-alllor. Il If HOIIIVIIIIIIQ1 wsIm'I1 I illPlDl'1'f'lilIl'.illl1I.ilSI Illink UI' il. this 1-mn sy If Iypn-all ol Ilmw Ill4'lllIDl'I'S oI IIN' h4'lll0l'1'IllFS NIIII NIIOIII I IIZIVI' IIAHI lH'l'HUlIilI 1-mllurl. I fIluII l'1'llll'llIIN'l' II14- Llass uI WI3 fur If-41111-1-slump. Im' I1 nalllx auuI In-IpIuI s4-rvn'e-- Null IlAll1'1'2lI'l'I4'lI on in s nilv of IIHIIIX mul vurin-:I 4I1'lll1llllIS ll mn Ytllll' Illlll' I . Inu Ilnu- II14- I'lIIlll'l'. Ixnmsing llml IiI'4- will nnl In-1-nsy. Huy you go uIu'auI with vonh 1I4-nw-. rvalllzxllgg IImI Ilmse- IHUHSPSSIOIIS wIll1'I1 Ill'IIlf,.I III1' gl'l'4'1lI1'SIFilII I 5 IIlt'l'4' MIII In- no YRIIIUIIIIIXLI oI llmwr. or UI I.1n:lIIv. or UI I.nv1'. ur oI Ilnlw. IIomI I,II1'IxI0yHllilIII XY. LYNN lH'II0ll ne-1-:I Ill'Y1'I' In' s1'ur1'a III IIFICNI INN. XI.N. Sllpafrilzlvllalvlll nf Srlmnl 'l'o 'l'111: Cmss or 1013: lt is with no 0111-1111 fluttvry that l grvvt you als om' ol' tht- linvst svnior vlassvs l:1'll1'Vil lligh School has 4-vvr lliltl. You llilV1' l'l'ill'llt'1l your st-nior your 'xmx 'A tlllly to 111111 yours:-lvvs surroun'111-11 hy S tht- most ti-1'ril'ying vontlitions vvvr faire-al l1y il flI'il1lll1lllllg vluss. Yvt thc' vvry l'llil0S 1'llilllt'llgt'S you to gin' your lu-st 1-llorts to its solutio11. .-Xt lvaist se-von ol' your Illlllllllxl' ll3lV4' ollivnwl 1ll0lllSt'lVl'S illltl niort- will S0011 follow llll'lll. l'il'0lll un 1'xp1'1'ia-114'v ol' ll4'1ll'ly four yours with you. l llilVt' no livur that any ol' you will l'z1il to lll4'iISllI't' up to your opportulli- tit-s. May 1111 ol' yllll slmrc' tht' liuppiilvss ol' llll vnrly llllll just pvavv. 1.01715 Nl. Ct11,1,1NS. l1.A. l,l'illl'l',NlI l:4'Ill'l'lI High Svhoul. G111:1:'1'1Nos ,nn B11s'1' NN1s111:s'1'o '1'1111 CL.-iss or 101-3: llluy l slwuli ol' llly illlllllrilllhll li0l'llll!-3l'l1lt4S which has 4-a11'ri1-cl 011 nohly fluring ont- of tht- most trying yours ox- lw1'im-111'1'41 hy any svnior 1'lilSt4? '1'1n- 111'- Illll1ltlS nnulr- upon you svniors hy the' wair. tha- 111141041 clutivs llllll rvspoiisihili- Iivs. 11141 lll'1'0llxl'2lll'll svllmllllm' wvrv alll lillU'll i11 striilv. likt- gootl soltlit-rs. illlll you still Illilllllillllt'1l il high Sl'll0lilSlll' r1'1'or1l. Your 1-xtru t'll1'l'l1'lllill' aivtivitivs llilVt' lH't'l1 outstuiuling. 'l'l1v social 1-vvnt ol' all social vvvllts. tho Svnior Bull. was il granul slim-1-ss. l hzivq- l'll'l0yl'll working with your class. l wish ytlll thc' In-st ol' luck us you lvnva- our school to stvp out llllll il worlul nt war. A11'1'11l11i.1. N11:tIANN.1i.S. l'I'l'l'-l,l'ilIl'ilNl1 f:l'lH'l'll High Svhool. W, tx ff'-g1,,, I 11 1 ul 4 0 I .IV ij.. K X ,X x X6 , MPX .N X V f ' , an Hmm I"lorvm'v lfrw, fgllllljli ,-tml'Avu'. llunnull l'. Tlmnms. Marg: tiff? 'chi Doris lf. llnuxtnn. l,unru U vllnmn. flllimlu U. lfvurfl. ,JUllt'g!ltl'l'I lf. fi0UlI1'f'. llvlvn l'. Mfllivy. Klllllitftlll' I". U' llillk l"lt1lNl' liens llvlvn lhlllllilllif. llnrulliy 'fIl4'Ix'Il'l'. lf:-ginu sll'l'1'll1'y, llvlvn U. lfonghlnn, lrvlw U. Flnml. llvlvn Tlffillllll. livrn ll. Cilxnn. l"lnv'im' 'U1'.llpim'. NIMIIC 'l'lll'I tLlil'lN'l' tfHNFl.lli'l' IFVQIRIII ill I,t't't'llliN'l'. WH. 1it'lll'Yil High Srlnml has Pte-ppt-tl lmwsnrfl to tnkn- its re-sptnlsihility in tht- man' vlTol't of tht- Ptillllllllllily with snvh initintive- annl tn:-rgx that mn- min tl-wl nunvh prith- nn ut- re-in-is hrin-fly tht- work thnt hu! hw-n ti0llt'. Stnth-nts. ulnninixtrnturs. fnvlllty ull hzivt' haul thvir slwviul t'0llil'ii!lliitlIIh to inniw. i Xn an-tivity xshivh svvllivtl tu tukt- first illllNll'lilllt't' uns tu lll't'lHll't' mll'wu'lve'a tn tain- : nw- ol' injnrt-sl in 4-nn-rgvin-it-s. or to mire- for tht- sivk in our hmnns uhvn nnrsvs would hm- halrul to ga-t. tllnfsvs in tirst ni4l and lllllllt' nursing wt-rv sc-t np in whit-h. tlnring tht- tirwt fm-is months ul ln-t xc-nr nhont IIS of our stntlvnts nntl fawnlty wt-rv 4-lnwmlh-4l. 'l'ht- 1-ntirv tirpt ni4l vluss pro- 'ann ol' tht- fits uns svt np hw' il llll'llllN'l' of tht- high svlnml fawnlty and ninv uthvr llll'llllN'l'S xsvrv inslrnvturs ot' tllvst-1'lusst's. fnitllfllllv hnnehiging. putting on splints. applying tht- tnnrniqna-t 21121165 SCA00! ' X '.' X 'N U, , llu lx Row lfurul R. 1,l'filllllII. U. lcllyllllilld llurrvlrl. :ilvrrill R. lfI'llj'lIH'll. ,Iunws C. lfplvy, Lloyd li. lfislllmtlgll. l'f:lu'ur:l R. lfunny. IIIIVIIIII lfnlwstvvl. Rub:-rl S. ,,HlI0l'l'. Iftmwi' Kms Ulirvr ll' nllrins, ,lf-.-:su lfllllll, Kc-nm-Ili Collins. ,Iunwx lf. l,unmn. .iI'llIllI' J. svvffunll. .-llllvrt l1tlIlIt'IHlllI. night nflvl' night thrnnghnnt tht- spring tinu-. .M tht- sunn- linn- our fhop nn-n xu-rv illilI'llt'lillgj vulnnln-1-r AlllliDllillll1't' 4h'iv4-rs of tht- vity. Nutrition rhlsst-s. as W4-ll ns 4-lussiiit-tl tirst uiui and hmnm- nursing. in-rv vumllwtn-ti in tha- Iumu- 4-1-nnmnii-s nh-partnn-nt. -Xltugt-tln-r our hnnn- 4-4-0- lllllllil'S ta'au'il4'l's 4'mni1u't1'4l tivt- Uhlssvs having un l'IlI'0llllll'lll ul' one' illllllil't'4i anti thrvv. twvlltv- . , , . thrm- ol Nlllllll in-ru lr. li. 5. girls. This ye-nn' our 1'lll'l'it'lll2ll' vlntllgvs lmvt- hm-1-n t'lllil't'iV illiilll'Ilt'1'ti hs' the- wln' 1-Ii'urt. XXI- . 4111-:ia-1-4-ptillg many ol' thc- Sllggt'SliUllS ol' tht- stntq- 4it'IHll'lIlll'lll ul' 1-thlvutimi. in ii1l4'i.1ll'l'0lll'Uiiiill' hrst sm-lnmls ol tht- stntv tn organize- an class in pri-lhght training. XX 1- halve- at vhlss in shop iilllltiil- nn-ntails for buys who uri- falving 1-surly illtillflitlll anti un vxti-llsivv progrann in pilvsivul and . fy. . - . . hvailth l'4illl'1lil0ll. lhls hittvr prugrmn has he-1-n nnuh- lHll'llt'lliAlI'iy 4-fit-4'tlvv lN't'illlS4' ol tht- 1'0- CULTYH operation received from the Y. M. C. A. which has made it possible for us to use both its gym- nasium and its swimming pool. Company K cooperates with the High School by giving instruc- tion in military drill to members of the High School Victory Corps. About sixty G. H. S. students have taken courses this year at our local defense school to prepare them for taking their places at the benches of the local defense plants during the com- ing summer. Five of these are girls. One of the biggest undertakings of the student body is the mobile canteen, sponsored by the high school and to be presented to the city. Designed by the men of the industrial arts department with the advice of homemaking teachers, built by the boys and instructors of shop classes, equipped and sponsored by a committee appointed by the student council, financed by Junior Red Cross, the F. F. A., several Hi-Y groups, and by interested friends, the canteen as a war project is a fine example of eo-operative service. Along with this we are pleased to recognize the service done the government through the model airplane building. Approximately one hun- dred of such models have been built since December 7th, 1941. Many other services rendered by our students and their teachers cover such a wide range of civilian defense activities as air raid and fire warden service, rationing, stamp and bond sales, salvage work, and farm work. At present one hundred thirty-five G. H. S. students own war savings bonds, 317,634-.39 has been raised here through the sale of stamps and bonds, five students were awarded special honors for their work in the salvage program, while about fifty percent of our student body participated at some time or other in the fall farm work program. We are proud that this more difficult work was backed up by litany faculty members not only with their inspira- tion but with much perspiration. Last but not least, we are proud to call attention to Geneva High Schools' Roll of Honor----those whose names you can read in this annual. The greatest sacrifice and service has been theirs, of them all we are truly proud. Humbly, we admit that o11r actual service has fallen far short of what might have been. Earnestly we pledge ourselves to utilize the opportunities our school is offering to make us more efficient workers in our country's cause. 'X 01, fN Z9-no fi V f J lg ff f r 'r C141 I 1 N-R Lf we -. ii X9-' ' f fr .. A gl A gpg A Q: fo X N 5 F :VCO W "WC SMNwQfW"?WzM,, wb mm iwm AUP' C01-wxrll 6 Q -0 ' My Qyfpy aww W vw " I 9 - ' President Vice President Secretary Treasurer DONALD WIKSHBIVRN BARBARA FINN JANE COLDING ROBERT HOSKINC oflw, of 143 "It is for as the living, rather, to be clerlieaterl here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advaneed. It is rather for us to be here flellieatefl to the great task remaining before us --Athat from these honored :lead we take inereased devotion to that eause for zehieh they gave the last full measure of rlevotion-'that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have flied in vainff-that this nation, under Coll, shall have a new birth of free- rlomsfanzl that government of the people, by the people? for the people. shall lt.0t perish from the earthf, ' -- -from Lineoln's "Gettysburg .'lllfll'l'SS.,' I151 CAM 0 l1lfNEVIEVlz' .,ll,lfRlGllT "llimplt-s" Noon hour Club Chorus playetl lvaskethall Seq.- Treas. of N. Pres. Young Peoples Ilitl her hit to help the farmers limployee of National Bank Sweet as they t'0lIll'. IllfT'l'Y JANE flN'DlfRSO.Y "ll. J." A lover of music llitl a swell joh in "l'iuafore" antl other operas ., sings in 4-hurvh vhoir l'1-rsonality plusl . ,Her voia-fe is In-r future. MILIIRED ANN ANTl.Nlfl,l,l un-mlrcr of llelen Maney lli-Y easy to tlanve- with "Millie" avtive vollevts snapshots , her hair is her rrowning glory W.A..X.tI. is her ambition. CIIARLES F. :IYRES ,"tlharlie" lli - Y Stunt night ,. .Cllewleatler in 'All . tht- fave ahove the how tie. .llolrhy just loving Expeets to ln- tlralteml 1 how unusual Y I Gll,IlER'l' BARNES . , "liu4l" St'lli'1'kl Ili-Y mem- her . .ln his spare time he huiltls model airplanes :mtl plays hasketlrall Lots of lun to ln- with Future Maehinisl tratle. ,IIJNNIH ANNE li,-IRUUIJY "Jen" National llonor Soviety Ser. of l,ihrary tlluh l"renvh llluh U.A.A. Laurel G Actin- in all sports vhorus orrhestra will go to l"reeman's llusi- ness Svhool. KATIIERINIJ lf. lf,-IRUUIH' "Kitty" Senior liall 1-omiuittee Stunt Night lli-'l'imes stall , Alpha Ili-Y a little ray of sunshine A beautiful smile lfuture eollege. R01 l'ffll,1Rl' lf.-lROUlJl' "l'losit-" .M-tive mem- her ol' ll:-len lNlilll1'y lli-X howling is her sport . smooth claneer will gram- the halls of ll. ll. l. lf. UTIS lflf.N.Vl'fT1' "Short" spentls his time hunting and tlanring quite a wolf llrow- his ear a lot before rationing l'fxp1-cts to ln- alrafteel. lfllARl,lfS I,l'Klf HUl'GIl'l'lfR "Luke" Student Couneil. . Urehestra Rifle Cluh W'ar 'l'raining Svhool .. Yivtory Corps l'ra-s. of G. M. A. lf. Very aeronautirxtlly incline-tl. llfil .g0l"tg'jAl"ee 0 IIARULIJ R. HREESE . War Training School. .active IlelVlolay and lli-Y memlber. . pool shark ...likes hunting. swimming. fishing .What a hearty laugh! hopes to enter the Air Corps. 0 HE'l'Tl' M.'fRll'I BREWER.. "Bets" .... Jr. Sr. Plays . . . Stunt night . . . Uperetta. . . Chorus .... Band and orchestra Sr. Ball Com. . Queen of Jewel Triangle . easy on the eyes .Will enter Nurses' Training School. 0 RICIIARIJ J. IIRUDERICK . "Dick" ...dark eyes . . always a gentleman haunts the theatres .... likes swimming. skiing. hunting hide your letters. he's a stamp hound lleaded for Army Air Corp. 0 IIELEN LOUISE BROWN "Tiny" .... Victory Corps Nutrition . Defense School .... G. A. A. sup- porter . l"irst Aid Course howling champion.. helped the farmers harvest.. played every sport in fl. ll. S. . California School of Nursing. 9 llfff RCIA URUUHN . . ."llrownee" .. .Cltorus . . .Opera . . . memlrcr of Grange .plays organ . . .always bustl- ing around . . next stop -Freeman's Business School. 0 LUCY HRUZEE . . .lli-Times Staff member .... Leader of Jazz Band Flashy majorette. . .C. A. A. member Stunt night Hlnterested in photography. 0f1l..eflIYS ,-IRLENE RUSS ..."Glad" .... Look at that smile .. Student Council 2. 3 ...Jewel Triangle.... Drum Majorette of American Legion Drum Corps .. danring seems easy after watching her. 9 DOROTHY CARR .. "Dottie" .... Senior llall Com. l"irst order attractive new addition lo G. ll. S. collects startups . .skillful in the field of art. . has plans to ln-come an aeronautical designer. 9 ROBERT ll. CARR .."llob" . . .Noon llour Clulr ... spends his summer swimming and fishing .... sports are his dish.. huilds model airplanes a 4-lever artist Mechanics Institute. Rochester. UK,-ITIIRYN MffRlE CIIURCII ."liaye" ..full of fun lli-'l'imes and Seneca Saga Staff Memher of fl. A. A. Senior l'lay Committee Secretary of llelen Maney Ili-Y ...collects records ...likes sports her desire to join W7.A.A.C. l IT l CEM 0 9 ALICE CLARK "Allie" lland and orvhestra helps make the jazz orvhestra he-p Se-nior l'lay Stagn- Com. Jewel Triangle . hz-r friendly manner will hring her survess in the lrusiness vsorld. 9 AGNES II. CLISE "Aggie" Q-xt-1-Ili-:il skater makes a hobby' of dancing . always a lady' teachers like her, so do students. 9 CHARLES CIJSE "Clluc'k" Noon llour Cluh outdoor type apple' judging at Rovllvster , milk judging at lthara ltis destiny is yet to he de- vided. UCLURI.-I JANE COCCO "Coke" Vive l'res. of C. A. fi. Sr. Hall Com. Bowling Nutrition rlass l'res. of llelen Maney' Hi-Y Albany' lli-Y Conferenve she-'s got pep and personality' amhi- tion W..'i.:K.li. 9 lIONlIliTTA MARIE CUCUIUAI "Connie" tQ.A.A. lli-Times Stall' Hz-len Maney Ili-Y Camera fiend . spends he-r spare time writing letters ,The ideal serretary of tomorrow. 0 l.Alf'REN lI0l.l'I Left tls for the Navy lfeh. -1. l9.t3 ,, training at Sampson left a noliveahh- vavam-y in the C. ll. S. hand Our hats off to you. Lauren! 0 BEVERLY C0l,l,lSON "He-v" Nutrition and Canteen Course strike-s 'em out at the howling alley ...beautiful plantinum blonde hair Merhanirs ln- stitute prohahly. . JOSEPH llfllillffll . "Speedy" . liaskethall whiz . Cross Country runner. ., avtivn- memlner of Sena-ra lli-Y, . .Math holds no mysle-ry for him girls go for those eyes, Joe will return to U. ll. S. l.aler Col- gate University. 9 AGNES MARIE IIIBHLE "Sally" ,blue eyes . . a smile for all studying nutrition for t'tlIlll't'll work . enjoys playing haskethall like-s to howl and to danve .. plans to he a W'.A.fi.C. 'S'l'EI.l..Al MARIE IIIZILLO "Dix" C. A. .-L lli-Times Staff Helen Marley' lli-Y . National llonor Society' . Seneca Saga Stall' One of our fu- ture husiness girls. ll3I 570,-f,-f7l.,-ee 9 ROBERT IJOIID "Hob" . his interests renter in the great outdoor fishing hunting . swimming ,... being a forest warden will rome as serond nature to him. 9 Cl,ffR.-1 MARIE H.-fNETT.-I "Sleepy" .... Stunt night . . rhorus . all sports. esperially basketball and ire skating . bard worker on Hi-Times Stall' ,... likes to knit and danre giggler of study halls and home- room. 9lfl,lZ.AflfE'l'll IE-IN F.-fIRl".-1X "Bet" Capt. of rheering squad ..., annual stafl' usher ...Alpha lli- Y. . .lr. Sr. Plays .. Sr. Hall Com. ...ller hobby- - the Marines. 9 ELSIE MARIE l"El,lCl'f . Senior lllay Com . . .Senior llall Com. . annual Stall' . .l'res. of C. A. A. ...Hi- Times Staff 'l'reas. of Helen Maney Hi-Y .. a neat dresser a future stenographer. 9 R.-Il.l'lI l"f'fl.llfH nl,lllfWllt'lllu .. bowling and swimming are his hobbies lives at the NY". .. De- fense 'l'raining School Works at Seneea Ordnance Ile-pot desire is to join the army. 9 FHRMO F. FERRINI . "Fido" Wanr. Training Sehool . .skims over the lake in the summer . . ,speed- ster on ire good bowler always fooling around will go to Merbanies lnstitute. 9 BlfT'l'l' JANE l"ETTl'fROI.F "Feet" .. kind and thoughtful .. Junior Red Cross . rhorus. opera. shows her patriotism by attending Defense Srhool .... llelen Maney lli-Y, member of C. R. C. at Syraruse all out for sports nursing. 9 lf.'fRIiffK,Af Sl 'lf FINN "Barb" . elleerleader. . . Senior play Stunt Night Ser.-Treas. of sopho- more flalss Ser. of Jr. Class l'res. of Senior Llass Senera Saga Staff Queen of Senior Ball . Alpha Ili-Y Nursing. 9 l'.-f7'RlCl,Af IHQIN Fl,.1NIU.AiN . "Pat" . Senior Notes Com. News liditor of lli-Times ,,Ir. Sr. Plays . ."Sheila" in Senior Play . Sr. Ball Com.. . rheerleader . Ser. of Alpha lli-Y Albany Confer- enre . .Stephens College. 9 IOIIN K. FRE! ...",lark" , Swinis like a fish .... fre- quenls the bowling alleys ...likes baseball and fishing . hopes to be at business sueress. Il9l CEM 0 9 BETTY MAE FURR ...alle-tts". .. Jr. Sr. Play Com. . . . Sr. Play Com.. . . .Library Stall' Red Cross '42 ...,All Star Hovkey Team 4 A loyal friend Plans to enter Keuka College. 9 RUTH MARGARET GANNETT , Chorus . Cer- man Club . . .helped bring sueeess to three of our oper- ettas ..,Vi1'e Pres. of Young People's at llaptist , amiable ways. 9 ANTHONY D. GEORGE "Tony" Red Cross Home Room Treas. Football llasketball .. Travk , Future Army' Air Corps. 9 FRANK GIARIIINU . "Jar" Red Cross Represen- tative . llome room treasurer . Trark , Sport lan ,. One of our .lunior Commandos bell hop A "go-gettt-r" in the world of business 91ANE ESTIIER CULDINU Arted in Jr. Sr. Plays , , Asst. Editor ol' Annual See. of Senior Class Senior Ball Com. Hand and Orchestra Arlive in Church work . Future -College. 9 ADELINE I"R.-HVCES GORIJUN "Addy"' Na- tional llonor Soviety' ability' vson her "The Elmira Col e Key award" . Senior Notes Com. Library .'. , Cheerleader Pres. of Alpha lli-Y You an't help but be happy' when shi-'s around sbt-'ll go to eollege, of vourse. 9F. ONNOLEE GREENE . "0nny"' , Vive President of Student Count-il . .Vive President of Morality Club ....Annual Stall' . Mobile Canteen Stunt Night ln great demand at the li. S. 0. 9 DAVID T. GRIFFITII .."llave" Vive Pres. ol' l". F. A. .. Senior Play Com. , likes basketball. htmting and tobogganing philatelist .. knows his plant di- seases ,,.his future lies in dairy' farming. W 9 ALICE MAl' GUEST "Alley"' Always giggling . , . .Noon-hour Club , . .An asset to any girls' basketball team , one of our farmerettes eoxswain in mariner troop An avid reader Hopes to go to Rochester lVleellani1's lnslilute. 9 PIIILII' EDWHRII H.-l.'lllll'RG "l'i4ldie" , Treas. of l". F. A. Senior Play Com. ,.Mgr. of l". l". A. basketball team. .. wizard on ive quite the boy on the gym lloor Another lad whose future is the farm. 12411 3 Olntyj A1008 ,Il'I.4N ll.4RRIO'l' HART .. Annual Stall' .lr. Sr. l'lays . lli-Tinu-s Stall' . .Mobile Canteen ...Sean of Student Count-il Alpha Hi-Y ,,.. ll. A. R. award. . . . Rt-line-el manner Future' -College. JACK lf. Il.-1R'l'Zl'Il,l. ".la4'kson".. .Varsity basket- ball Capt. . football. trark and baseball .... Cowboy- lovcr of St-nior l'lay Editor of "Hi-Tintes" .... Au- nual Staff. .. Tall. dark. and handsome .. Ambitious . . . llopvs to he- an Army flier. IIUWQIRII ,l.Alllll'fS llEf'llMlNGl'fR . "lit-nnny" l'r4-s. of lfuturc lfarmvrs llvlvgato to l"arm antl llonn' We-vk. . "A frit-ntl in nm-ml is a frit-nd indt-ed." 7'lllz'I,M.1 JANE ll0l,.lllfS ."Thintble" .... Music- :llly invlinvcl llanrl li years Chorus anul orvlwstrat I yn-ar . Triangle Club rollerts picture post rards Wants to bn- a business girl R. ll. l. ,4l.lHfR'l' ClI.4RI,l'IS HUPF ."Al" ,... Varsity foot- ball Trai-k te-am Captain in Senior yt-ar A-I manager of an A-l basketball team Cirls go for his looks. ROBERT ll. IIUSKING "Spinal" l'ros. of Rt-el Cross for two yvars . Treas. of Senior Class . .Senior play Stunt night A school ln-ro in both football and basketball. . A slow moving. gootl-ualurvtl fellow. RICHARD l,,4VIfRNlz' IIIIITHRIJ. "Dirk" ..,. broatl .sll0lll1lCl'l'1l full bark ...varsity basketball ...larrosse . .Anttttal stall' lleMolay . A Harry ,lantes on the trumpet ..WiIl ansyst-r the call to arms fAviation. IIICTTY ,I.-INK Ill GHSON . "l'lughsie" ..,. Stunt night l. 2 Morality Club . Senior llall Com... . ti yt-ars of vhorns . Of 'l'lu-e l Sing and Pinafore .... .lowvl Triangle ..Svnior Servire Svout Marincrw.. Cvnrsvo Normal School. l,l,0l'II fi. JUIINSUV. . "I"lash" . Ritle Club. . . . lli-Y, .Trark .Varsity Football . . .follows basket- ball gann-s . soda jvrker at l'vt0r's hantly with a paint brush . .his hobby trapping. . .Navy Air Corps. liARlf.1RA l.Ul'ISlf JONES .... "Chaum-oy" .... Jr. Sr. Plays... St-nior l'lay Clieerh-:nh-r . usher .... Sen- ior Ball Com. .... Annual Staff .Vive Pres. of Alpha Ili-Y ..small anal 1-ntn Fntnrm- K4-uka College for Nursing. l 21 I U56 0 LAURA l,liClNI7A KEITH "Ellen" the perft-rt vomedian, , a vredit to ilu- Senior Class Noon hour t'llll1 , Home Room Treas. . Alpha Ili-Y Red Cross worker happiest when reading or skating lnterior tleeorator. ANNA MARIE Klllll N.'xlIlIl1'N oh you lwautiful blonde. Rifle Cluh ,lunior Red Cross Alpha Hi-Y , Senior l'lay Com. Stunt night has her own horse, what more can she ask for U. Il. l. MARGARET ANNE KIKKERT "Margie" Noon llour Cluh Chorus 1-II Cluh awarded pin for farm work ., likes swimming and reading she will re-enter dear old C. ll. S. nt-xt year as a l'. C. ELIZABETH KIRKPATRICK "ll0lly" Chorus ..,.Four operettas Noon llour Club adept at playing the piano another lurky l't'fllll'il1l will eontinue at Rohson's Seed Farm next year. CHARLES C. KNIGHT "Charlie" Stunt Night . .Senior Play . Annual Staff Senior llall Com. Alpha Hi-Y , lTeMolay Rifle Cluh A good head for figures. JEAN WINIFREII l,Al'0lNTE "happy" C.A..'K. ..l.aurel C , Noon llour Cluh Yietory Corps ...pounds the ivories in the orchestra lli-Times ...Seneva Saga Stall' liflieiem-y is one of her vir- tues,, will study Business .Mlmiuistration at College. ARMISTA CERALDINE LARSUN "Ariny" Stunt Night Senior llall Com. Senior l'la3 Com. , .sports manager of C. A. A. lli-Times Stu- dent Counvil Ser. of lll'illllillll'h Cluln Yivtory Cluh .. Alpha Hi-Y. LEUNA LASH ,"I,4-c" lmportvfl frolu W'atl'rloo .. Has made lots of friends in Cent-va a memher of 0. ,... was very avtive in Waterloo lligh l'lans to he another lflorenve Nightingale and will he a gootl one. BEA'l'RllIlf FR.4NfIl'IS l,,4'l"I'lNli "Hoa" win- ner of Experiment Station Poster Contest 'll Nutri- lion Class attends Defense Svhool Buys War Bonds and Stamps regularly rollet-ts snapshots auel stamps . .Plans to he a Saltatiou Army Ufli1'4'l'. ALBERTA A. LAWN, , "Bertie" lli -'l'iiues typist ..Stunt Night. Quirk on tht- baslwthall vourt . Sigma Hi-Y delegate to Albany Conference in '-ll She'll hc a suvvess in tht- business world as she is in all things. l22l g0I"ty'jAl"e2 0 .AfR'l'lll"R Ql"ES'I'lfII LEG!! "Hairy" . Rifle Club . . Treas. of student rounril . .band . . .orehestra. . . . Sr. Play Com. Stunt Night Cont. .Mobile Canteen ..Co-vhairntan of Sr. Ball Animal Staff.. Alpha Ili-Y. .AffflIRlfl' jl'f.4N l.l'IlNll.AfCK friends vall her "Amid" . .Plays the av:-ortlian finds pleasure in skating or tlanving Cood things route in small packages Sugar is rationed but slit' ran still be sweet . .Future R. ll. I. 0 .VARY .4I.lClf l,IHER.4TORE "Libby" . Band Orehestra Red Cross Student Council . . .lli- Tinn-s Stall' . Nutrition and Canteen classes.. lla'- fense School Yire President llelen Maney Hi-Y , Usually found looting a l"l't'lN'll born. 0 -IUNE l.ll.t'lz'.At "Boots" a weleolne lIOWl'1llllt'l' to C. ll. S.. sweet smile super-tlupn-r rug vuttcr ..,, good rompany writes letters to keep up the morale. 0 DORIS JANE LUUMIS "llorrie" Student Coun- 4-il "My Cousin front Texas" Stunt Night Senior llall Cont. Miss C. ll. S. Those cherry pies! yum. ytnn! won dress contest .Alpha Hi-Y Usually seen with tall nu-n Interior dt-eorating. 0 TICRIJSA M. l,f'CI.4NU Answers to "Re-d". .. Aids llnvle Sam by going to Defense S4-hool. . likes nothing better than skating and swimming naturally eurly hair llvr future is yet undecided. 0 ULURL4 l,f'NlIfH'fRG Senior Play llndt-rstudy . Stunt Night lli-Times Staff Mobile Canteen Senior llall Com. Speet-h Forum Alpha Hi-Y I'lIllIlllSliISll1' reeord rollertor J0lll'llllllSlll. 9 JHNNIE l"R.4NClCS l.l'ZZI . "Jen" .Quiet and stu- dious , lli-'l'inles Staff A credit to the G. A. A.. . llaskvtball enthusiast Always polite and agreeable. 0 .'tNN.Af lfl..4NCHE fll.1fSTlfI.l,AR "Anne" .an ear for nmsiv .. Chorus G. ll. S. Swing oreltestraw . lli-Tinies Stall' . Senior Play Tirket Cont... asset to the ushers . State llouor Roll for N. P. P. A. . one of our future ntusiviatns. 5 RUTH lf. MILLER "Ruthie" . National Honor Soviety Library Staff .German Club . . .interested in Svouting . basketball baseball .messenger , a whiz in lnath Reserved but friendly. l23I U56 0 EDNA LEORA MILLIS "Eddie" loves to danre .. . ,favorite sport ice skating . frequents the bowling alleys ..,. Syraeuse Defense Sehool for her. LUIS FONDA NELLIS .... orehestra 3 years . l.ilrrary Club and Staff .,,, National Honor Soeiety .. Stunt Night .,.. bearer of Laurel G . ., Hi-Times Stall' , Standard First-aider , . , Mariners . . . a very brilliant girl ,... William Smith. FRED 1. NELSON ."Frilz" Student Cottneil Rifle Club . , , Varsity basketball ..., baseball tinte- keeper ,... Senior Ball and Stunt Night Tieket Com. . Treas. Hi-Y .... DeMolay . answered to "Wilber" in Senior play .,.. left us for Cornell in January. '-13. EVERETT E. OLMSTEAII . , ."Fivvy" .... is eerlainly a sportsman ,,.. he plays baseball ., , his hobbies are hunting and fishing . . .he has not yet deeided what he will do after C. H. S. ROGER H. PALMER ..., Hails front llath was their tennis mgr. .... Senior Play Com. ,War Stamp salesman .... likes to fool with radio . . slender. tender and tall ..,. all around good sport .Hhis future is in radio. DONALD P. PEDERSUN "Doe" l'res. of Stu- dent Council .... National Honor Soeiety l,aurel tl ,...Vire Pres. of Junior Class . Pres. Rifle Club . Band and Orehestra .... Eagle Seoul , eontestant for Westinghouse Seienec Scholarship will attend Cor- nell. JOSEPH WILLIAM PIi'l'Rl,'CCI ..'i,lig,g,s0 . lli- Times staff , Intramural baseball basketball football golf eaptain a friend indeed smooth on skates, ., what's this 2l9 glee elub? will be elli- eient in the Business World. WHLLICENT L. PHILLIPSM "Milli:-" likes and ext-els in all sports HG. A. A. Property Com. of Senior Play and Stunt Night . industrious lli-Tintes worker . . .Everybody's pal. MATILDA POLCE., "Tilly" , .lr. Sr. lllays . , Good in every sport espeeially in basketball lix- Pres. of Helen Maney Hi-Y , lovely to look at. niee to be with .... Hopes to be a seeretary llueky bossb. LEON PRATT ..., "Leigh"., Varsity basketball hero . . . .Hi-Y member. . Vietory Corps. , Stunt night . , , Band .... Swing orehestra , The man beltind the smile. l 21 l g0l"tg'gAl"e2 .4R'l'llllR J. PRETE "Art" War Training School . ..lloy Scout.. skillful at running a lathe .,,. hunts and fishes . a quick "Ill" man in ping pong. . . expert with a poor cue ., llreams of Naval Air Corps. CHARLES RICHQIRO RANIJ.-H,l, . "Dick" ...Rifle Club . Indispensable to lland and Orchestra . .lli-Y War Training School Next fall will probably lin.l him at Curtis Wright Tech. Institute. JOHN ROBERT REAS .".lack" . .Scnior l'lay. .. hcadcd Com. for decorations of Senior Ball . horse's ncck in Stunt Night . Vice l'res. of Rifle Club.. . l'res. of Red Cross Seneca Saga Staff . .active in lh-Molay will liven up some colh-gc. lll.AlRG.4RET JOYCE REED "Joyce" . lli-Timcs Staff . llc llorsc-play of Defense . Senior l'lay Tic- kct Com... ltihrary Stall' .Enjoys a good joke will don a nurses' uniform. RIIONIJA l". REED .lr. Sr. l'lays.. Stunt Night Com. Senior llall Cont. . French Club .,.Usher .. 'l'rcas. of 0. .. Yoluntecr nurses' aid ...Next stop l'ine Manor Junior College. IIEVERLY JFNE ROGERS "Bev" a livc wirc . Stunt Night. 3 years . opcra. 3 years . .cheer- leamlcr activc in sports doing her part as Air raid warden .... hcr voice a gift from God ..,. lfuture - School of Music. JAMES ROOME "Doc" lformer Gorham lad. . , , was in Chemistry Club Science Club .... Radio Club .. Art Cltlb . likes to tinker with test tubes ...gen- ius with a slide rulc .knows airplanes well .... Chem- istry is his future . ln Army now. MARIORIE SAWYER . "Marj" Stunt Night.... hvlpcd harvest ...stiff competition in any sport.... loves dogs is constantly trailed by "Duke" .... a future telephone operator. RICHARD SCIIENCK . . "Dick" lli-Times Staff Rifle Club Student Council.. ,gun collector . . loves his lfrench ...never late for school .... lll!.S a Navy man soon. SUSAN FR,-INCES SIIELTON .. . "Shoe" .... Jr. Sr. Plays . Stunt Night . .0.Q. . . on a breezy day she'll hc sailing on Lake Seneca. .. Shocks everyone when she's at school on little . will enroll in Stevcn's Col- It-gc. l25l CE... 0 GEORGE W. SHlfR.'ll.AfN "Se-or1'lly" Adonis of Senior Play , H. M. S. l'inafore llaud . Urvlws- tra. .Male Quart:-tte Wl1at's lloh Taylor got that he llasn't . speedy tvnnis plan-r Corn:-ll girls. look out! ll"ll,l,lAlll lf. SMITII "Smitty" lland flrvlles- tra .. Chorus Opt-ra Annual Stall' Sr. l'lay . Hi-Y . lk-lVlolay Yivtoryfiorps heals it out with those stivks howling Air Corps Rm-serve. RAl,l'll Sl'RlNUSTl'ffflI "Springy" ., l'iditor-iu- 1-hief of Som-ca Saga l"orum Sophomore- Year Rifle Cluh , lli-Time-s l.ihrary Staff lliul a su- per joh on Senior Play tick.-ts Slunl Night Com. College- is his future. lDfl,'l'ER ll. ."If'.ffl,lz'S from Clearfield lligh S4-hool. l'a. Since his main in- "l,ong john" a travla slar terest is in radio. ln' will hz- a radio opvrator , ln-rt-'s to your Flll'l'1'SS. Long john. ROBERT If. SWITZER "Roh" Sr. notes ,l. Y. llaskelhall Senior play ticket fiom. Tire l're-s. of Sophomore Class ..,, Wzlr Training S1-hool . ,Alpha lli-Y Hlluilds Model Airplanes ln Army. lT'll,l.l.ffM IIRLVCE SIVITZICR "Hill" Rillv filuh ..,.band ..t0ots a vlarine-t like- Goodman strilu-s 0lll every tinle he howls . danving his spevialty what a physique! driving is his sid:-line . joining the armed forws. l'ETRONEl,l,A 'l'ANIII,lf "Pat" avtive- in Red Cross Senior Play Com. Stud:-nt at Gene-va's lie- lcnse Srhool likes to sow a sparkling personality. ,IlfffNNlf TARR ."Tarr Rainy" a horn musirian , ."The COIlI'lCf'li1'lll Yankee" , "Of Thee l Sing" lland Convert, . All state , makes he-r avrordian talk ,. .President of 0. Q. expert horse-woman l"u- ture -College. GORDIJN EARL TAYLOR Nfl. T... Rifle lilllll . . . .Hi-Times. . . ,Stunt Night Hi-Y , Senior llall fiom. ,,.. "Neath his stern vxte-rior lies a he-art of gold" . .going to he a 4-ollvge man. lfl.l'fANOR TRESSIJIR "Tre-ss" National llonor Soviety. .. Student Counvil Mobile fianlen-n fio- managvr Stunt Night Co-Chairman Senior Rall . ,lr. Sr. Plays . Sr. lllay Com. Usher 0. . A loss to us when she' moved to Conn. I 26 I j0l'tg'jAl"22 SUSAN THORNE... "Sue" .... Jr. Red Cross.. .Hi- Times Stall' .... Usher ...Senior Ball Com. .... Chorus ..,,French Club. . . .Sec. of O. Q. .. "Silence is gold- en" ..., Future-college. REED W. TURNBULI, ,... Co-Captain of football ..,, earned a baseball letter. ..kept scores at basketball games .,.. everyone who knows him likes him . . .Hi-Y Club .... Uncle Sam or college will claim him. ROY lf. VAN SICKLE ...Sec. of I". I". A. .... Apple judging at Rochester . . .Participates in Scout work. . . athletically inclined .... builds model airplanes.. the Army. .in MICKEY R. VHNTURINO.. ."Mick" . Track Varsity Basketball .... Stunt Night ,... Jr. Sr. Plays Builds model airplanes and collects stamps .... Hand- some and what a physique! ,... May fly a plane for Uncle Sam. VIRGINIA VOGI' .... "Cinny". .. sang in two operas . . . .Stunt Night. . , member of Jewel Triangle. . , .col- lects post cards as a hobby .... very friendly . . .popular with the boys. . . wants to be a nurse. IfI.I,A RICICII VOSBURG.. hobby and occupation 7 music . .band. orchestra. chorus. glee club. opera. Fin- ger Lakes Orchestra. Choir .... National Honor Society . , Language Club. . Stunt Night . . .Airplane spotter . . .Eastman School of Music. IIONALID C. WPISHHURN .... "Curley" .... President of Senior Class .... Pres. of Junior Class .... Rifle Club ..Football .... Junior Varsity .... drove a convertible works at Peter's when not at Barlfs house ,... has an interest in Naval Air Corps and Ferry Command. IIARIIARA ,IEANNE WQITKINS ,... "Barb" .... prom- inent in speaking contests and forums .... Jr. Red Cross . . . Head Usher . . .French Club . . .Senior Play . .,lr. Sr. Plays. . . Stunt Night .... Seneca Saga Staff . . .0. Q. JUAN M. W'IfI.CII .... "Jeanie" .,.. Stunt Night ,... Sr. Play .... Jr. Sr. Plays . . .Usher .... Chorus .... Hi-Times . .. French Club .... O. . .Farmer's life saver. . .. Happy go lucky . . Katherine Gibbs will claim her next. HELEN EI,IZAHIf'I'II WIIIMAN .... "Sally" .... Noon Hour Club .... Chorus .... Nutrition Class . . .Howling . . . .Hi-Times typist . . .Stunt Night. . . .another stamp collector .... Future stenographer and then to the WAVES when old enough. l27l ' farm of jorfg-jAree U W'ESI.EY WVRIGIIT . . "Bud" .. . Senior Ball Com. . . . .Orchestra . . . lJcMolay. . . Ili-Y Club . . . . Swims and bowls .... he drivcs a car when therc's gasoline to be had .... His future is yet unknown. 9 BERTHA ZAKUUR . . "llutsy" .... dependable . . nice black hair ...types for the Hi-Times ...collccts popular records. .. a good pal ..plans to he a secre- tary. 'SARAH ZELTWPINGICR . ."Sally" . . likes to play basketball . . .belongs lo Theta Hi-Y .collects stamps . . . .wsarm smile and friendly manncr. Marrin-rl. 9 IRENE ZHUIJ . "Rt-nie" is active in litany sports ....G. A. A.. ...Library Cluh. . Helen Maney lli-Y ....favorite pastime is howling or dancing ...will at- tend R. B. I. UELEANOR R. HARTMAN . l"rench Club ..Noon Hour Club ...watch out ! I her hohhy is snapshots ,...The kitchen occupies much of her time. i 6 s l l 1 I 'FREDERICK G. GRIFFIN ..."Reil" .... One of our O IRHNIJ lf0l,I,lfR ,,,. "Renie" ,,,. is gl new attraction in football heroes .... Coos in strong for all sports .... One Ccncva High .... she has fun with a camera .... Eager of "the fellows" .... is serving Uncle Sam. to "lake a letter" as a private secretary. 0 RICHARD E. SCIIAMP .... "Dick" .... Rifle Cluh. , .. 9 ROGER ALLAN DAVIS .... "Scooter" .... Ceneva Victory Corps .... War Training School ,... natural mc- lliglfs "llc" man .... Varsity Football ace .... Track .... rllilllit' .... lllwilyri llilppy .... Kretlt joker .... llnllerilletl handlcs a taxi like an expert .... he's in the Navy now. 1lb0l1l llle future. l28l .w I 7 Iluik llow ll. lfllflllllllll llllffdblll. Morrill R. BFIIXIIIPII. Vern II. f:ilSlPl1, Jvxsv Hllllll. Rulwrl S. Munro. l'lltU'N'I' Row lf. Rifllllffl filllilly. Ianlvx C. lllllllllll. llurolrl Hum-slvvl. ,,, ,. , . . . . . ltl ltlll X UUNK. NIAN IS ll1't'4ll'll lol' tllv Slll't'1'SSllll vollllul-t ol' llllS war. Ill- IllllSl lll'1'lHll'l' llllll- sl-ll' to llo his part witll l'0lll'ilgt' tllltl skill. lll- lllllst ln- lDl'l'llill't'tl for all 1'Illt'l'g1'llt'll'S. lt'RlI'Il to "givl- it as wvll as" talu' it llllll havv t'0lllltll'lll't' ill his ahility illlll SIllN'l'll Illlf5ll'ill Nllltlllltlllli thc- l'1'Sllll ol' tl1lyS llllll lllolltlls ol' Sll't'llll0llS IDllySll'lll traillillg. Footllall at f:t'lll'Vil lligll School. as at llllllly otlll-r schools. is Ullt' ol' tht- llltlil popular sports. lint footllllll is lll0l't' lllilll dll atlllvtil' llivl-rsioll for our lloys. Football is il t'UllIllt'l'IHll'l of lit!-. 'llllv traits l'l'qllil'l'1l for Sllt'l'1'SS on tho footllall lil-ld art' thc- Silllll' as illly Illitll Ilt'1'llS lo lllillil' llilllsl-ll' Slll'l'1'SSl-lll ill N'llillQ'V1'l' lil-lil ol' t'llill'ilV0l' llv l'lllt'l'S lllilvl' gfiltlllillltlll. l"ail'lll'ss l0Nill'llS oppollvllts. t'0lll'AlgQ', tht- will to Wflll. Ll 1'0llSlillll striving to vxl-1-ll. illlvlllllbll to ill-tail. illlil tirl-ln-ss ilIPIDlll'illltlIl arc' llllltlllg tllv points wllivll arm' 2lt'tlllll't'tl llotll on thi- IDl'1lt'll1'1' ii--Ill tlllll ill il galllll-. l"ootllall playvrs l1'lll'll to talu' ll2ll'tl lill0t'liS witllout N'llllllIN'l'lllg1 illltl thvy arc- l't'Wlll'1ll'1l with ll li4't'llllg ol' 1-olllilll-llcv ill lllt'lllSt'lVt'S. lllll' l,t'lllll1'l'3H'y llt't'tlS lll0l't' llll'll with tlll- traits wllivll llI1'S1' lloys have- lIlg1I'ltlll4'tl ill llll-lll. ll0l only HUM' ill tillll-s ol' strc-ss hut also M'llt'll tllv ligllts lIilVl' gtllli' oll again all ova-r the- worlll. Many ol' tllll' lloys art- going to light for our t'0llllll'y illltl the-y will lllillit' a slllvllllitl l't't'UI'1l llt't'1lllHl' ol' thi- things that lll4'y ll3lV1' ll'ilI'lIt'll on thc playing lil-llls. 'llll1'l't' will lu' llllllly llIllt'S VN'llt'll tht-y are- on tht- llalttll'-livlll illltl ill llilliolllt positions lllilvl' llll' WWII' that the- lt'SStlIlS ol' tho LU' 0acAe:S I 29 il VARSITY D. Perry 1. H artzell J. Corcoran R. Turnbull R. Horward A. Hopf H. Cook F. Griffin 1. Aflllona A. Davis I.. Johnson SECOND TEAM A. Liberatore T. George L. Sabatini I. Costa R. Wooster I. Norman R. Hosking B. Brennan 1. F inzar F. Abraham L. Carson . . goofdaf Hlleteelfl g0l"t -3110 football field will stand tlxcm in good stead. There is no substitute for courage and the driving will to win. These boys have it in abundance. 'lllu-rv is more to football than much hard work and some play. No one examining the records of the many football players who have worn their school colors upon the field recently and in the distant past can fail to be impressed with what is there revealed of useful service and achievement in the work of the world. We find throughout the United States and in foreign lands football mon in places of responsibility, trust, leadership, and honor in private enterprise and public duty. They have gone forth to meet and master their destinies with added courage and all thc traits exvmplihcd on the football field. Such men help to form the stalwart strength of tht- nation. 'llliey are men who know how to tight the good fight. They are contributors to the spirit of true de-mocracyg champions of the preservation of American institutions and the rights of free men imbedded in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. Basketball, as an integral part of the physical education program, enters the picture prominently. Although devoid of the crashing bodily contact style as used in football, basket- ball dovs have sufficient bruising contacts to teach a boy courage. Courage under fire is one of FOOTBALL SCORES Penn Yan 6 ., Geneva 12 Fulton 0 ..,.,. ..,, C eneva 25 Batavia 20 .. Geneva 6 Newark 6 ..,., .... G eneva 13 i301 Z?aaLef6a! . . . the main pre-requisites demanded of a sailor, soldier or Marine. A boy can develop this trait no place more than on the basketball court. The ability to make decisions instantly. under fire lloclawisl-1--flfapr.J. Ilartzell, E. Easton, A. George, L. Prau, R. Wooster, L. Carson, J. Damian, F. Lawrence, R Hosking, D. Howard, D. Perry, 1. Corcoran. BASKETBALL SCORES We They We They We 43 Clyde 33 37 De Sales 22 34 48 Newark 29 28 Canandaigua 26 16 36 Clifton Springs 24 50 Clyde 23 61 52 Penn Yan 25 25 Newark 50 50 39 Auburn 36 26 De Sales 20 27 38 Seneca Falls 20 36 Auburn 35 29 Waterloo 17 30 Senera Falls 18 E311 Waterloo Canandaigua Lyons Lyons Canandaigua They 26 21 36 35 28 Back Row-Assistant Mgr. J. Addona. 3RD Row---R. Keebler, D. Washburn, R. Foster, W. Tay- lor. 2Nn Row -S. lleeb, J. Norman, I". Toombs, R. Switzer. 151' Row-F. Abraham, S. Baromly. where the action is so fast, stamps a boy as "All-Americanl' or just an "also ran." And this abil- ity is carried on into war. During World War I physical efficiency showed that a small number of enlisted men could pass only minimum requirements as to running, jumping, climbing. and throwing. Fighting men needed to be able to do all of these things and do them well, if they are to he efficient units in the army. All of these pre-requisites are adequately taught in the game of basketball through the so called 'Grace horse" methods now employed. Basketball and Wzirl There is a close correlation between the two. lf a boy can play a good game of basketball, he will he a great asset to our armed forces. The hurdles of track are like the hurdles of life, for life now is a series of war hurdles. Training for track starts slowly and is increased gradually. Courage, obedience, nerve, and sae- unior amifg li 32 l I"aC rilicc- urn- ilvvvlopml in vompvtitions. ln war, us in truck. thc' :nun who wins tht- day is tht- one who can 0Vf'l'C0llll' olrstuvlvs. who can live-p going against illSllI'lll0lllllilblP odds. l.ikv any othvr sport, lmst-hull lllillil'S ai direct and lPl'il1'lll'lll contribution to tho war by hvlping to clvvvlop and lllilllllillll an high 114-grvv of physical elhcivllvy. The gann' mills for spvml und 0lllllll'lllll'l'. quick thinking and split sm-onel al:-visions. annl an high elvgrvf' of coordination and lt'ilIllM'0l'li. 'l'ln- uhility to uct. Pilllllly., vxuvtly. and with 4-usy f'00l'1llllilll0ll nnslvr nc-rvons te-nsion. is givvn to fvw: hut from tha-sv fvw vonn- not only tht- grunt gollivrs hut thv viv- torions pilots anal lD0llllHlI'4ll0l'S us wvll. l'i0l'lllt'l' lll0IlllN'l'S who urv now in tht- svrvicv in- variably nn-ntion tht- grvut ZlllVilIll1lgl' they huvv over othn-rs who lmvv haul no prvvious vxpvrivm-v in using tho riflv. lhck How Mr. Loman. Ii. Spencer. C. Porter. ll. Mcffumllislz. T. Knowlton, II. Griffith. K. lfrownell. I". Toombs, S. Huroody. II. Knowl- Ion, lf. l,l'1lllllj'0. C. Iiuxlvr. fillllfll Uomfslevl. 2N11 Row I. Carroll. lf. lfolvul. fl. lhrris. I,. I.ursf'n. R. Hopf, II. Perry. ll. Cussunlu, Mr. fllrruluuu. ls'l' Row J. llurlzell, 1. liruzee, J. Johnson. A. Hopf, lf. lfaslon. lf. Undvrflonk. li. Carson, I.. Carson. . I , , . dur A x QT . 5.5.x up N , Mi 15' ' . 'fi ' if ' F l33l 6 X x X. X. lhrzk Row Couch Bohn. ll. Cook, Olmsteud, J. Corcoran. R. Turnbull. M. l,ou1lly. F. Nelson. 2Nn Row--Smuh Mgr., T. Liflvslri, R. Kvebler, C. jones. R. Scluljflervl. lfo.eta, R. Goodwin, R. Tmrnsvml. ls'l' Row- 1. Lirleslrz ,I Waterloo Mymlersv Canandaigua Pe-nn Yan Nnrmun. If . Fllllllfllllllll, ff. Zulrnur. BASEBALL T . Geneva 8 Waterloo 8 Genev I0 . Geneva 14 Mynderse 5 Genes' 6 . Geneva 0 Penn Yan lll Genes' " 8 , Geneva 9 Cilllillhliliflllil -l Genes' Kadelaf I 34 1 l'ulmyru I0 Gem-vu 0 Newark 2 I 3 P4-nn Yun 3 IN-nn Yun 2 f:l'lIl'Yil 3 New ark 2 Aulnllrn lr 4lt'IN'V1l Il Auburn 13 ennid 4' ' 11'llt'YLl . lla-nn-vu . t:Q'lH'Y1l lfnurh lffll-NllH'll, lf. Rvyrmlals. If. Vourvhousv. lf. lmlwvk, lf. uv-IIPIIIIIIII. W. lfrunrlmr. R. Bourne-. H. .'UcQnillvn. C P lluuxsmunn, II. Pwlersun. D. lulnwrlon. lf. l,IH'IfPll. lhfh Row Ctlllfll R. S. Hoorv, R. Luongo. F. .'UvCnrrn1u'lx'. lf. .Vurslmll. 1. lhnnivu. J. l'l'Il'lll'l'i. U. llovlv. IRIKON' Row C. Sluuw, R. Wilsml. R. Kurylu. fl. King, H. U lwul ,-Kulnnrn 0' J Conn-vu 5' f llllalrzl IS' 3 1rl'll!'N1l 2' 1 l .Xuburn 4 3 f:1'llt'Nl 1 QW flt'Ill'NLl 2 F i e Ilw NIH?11IlllDIlilS1IPfllIl1'Ui lls0lll4'1'llY1's. thu' right um In uw mul mln- lm' tha- rlilv xIl'IllIN'I'N ure- lllHll'll1'l1'4l In ilu- mfs- humllin Illbldlllp, Ill: pl g ol' all QLIIIIS.IIN'fQ'l'IlIli4llI4'Illhrigilllillgl.llilllillQ.ilIl1 '- ' '0IN'l'1'ill'1' als lo Clvilllillfl :mil ilu- llmll1'll1'lalllll'r' of IIN' Illlil'I' illllllbflillll paris. In uvtllall SIIUUIIIIQL un ilu- l'illl!111', pl'ugl-1-Sxivvslumlalrslsnl' il1'lIi4'X1'lll1'll1 Ilan- In-vu wt up In Iln N nl :mul Hlila X- IIIIUII nl Nlllill ilu lm xl mluln I 1 mnmlnn ' A I 1 ' - :snvz . Ihr! Hmm I If A F 1 . x Q Y , .Q llllll. rourlz: U . fr1lllII1'j'. ,l. llffillllll. I. lf!'llZI'4'. R. SIll'l'lHlIIl. lf. U illiums. lf. Iorlvs, I.. lflurlr. ll IIZWQ -N. -xlllllll. lfllllll. Llxln Kms R. l.Illl'l"'. fi. llurallxg lf. U illfvs. .L l,:-gg. I". Nvlmn. I, l"in:ur'. IF. l'mlv1-xml. I WIS. lt. fflH'l'. lf. .Nl1rlnysl4'u1l. R. 5r'l11'r14'lf. ISI' NIH! J. ljfmlf-y. K. Silms. U . fIoU,4'. R. lf"IIIl4llIH'. I. lfurrlmlz. I 'l'unvr. U. Sumlvrsmx. J. julmslnn. l,. Twnlull. Hu k Run f- l'11ltvr'solr. F. Tufnnlzs. lf. lfyull. 1. lhllllirn. ll. U IIPIII. Y1. llvjnllll. VIHINI How 5. lfnrumlv. f lh'Uuyu. lf. lfuvlon. ll. lfnssunlu. U. hllmur. mms oun fry l361 Eu six x ll 1 f N'-an IM Try? ww: vii- Y--Y----Y---f ---Y -if - Q V 1 Q llu it Row llrlu-v ll llllllllliyvllli' uvlH'1Il. Dil-If llolwlrrl. ClI1l"1l'S l,oIn'f'll'. lion l'l'lIf'l'S0lI. .-lrl lmgg. .lrlrlf Filllllf. ZINH Row Lloyd ll riglll. Vary llomnlvl. ,Ivan llurl. tll'lIliSfi1 l,uv-son. l,ur'il11- Taylor, f,lllIOI1'1' fiI'l't'lll'. JIIIIIPN Cool:-y. lsr Row llurilyn Robinson. ,Uurgurvl l,I1l'iS. Lois Lush, JPIIII Supvr. ,-lrlvum' lll'l1llf'Il.l'4lI H11I'lll'll. rzflw, XX I'I'Il lfl lflltl ltlt,lNtIIl ol' tlll- govl'rlllll1'nt lloing tlwil' part towarlls llll' Mill' 4-llort. lit'Ill'Vtt lligll Svhoolis stulll-nt vounvil is also tltllllg its part. Early last fall. a group ol' lligll Svhool stulll-nts. witll llll' llilflilllgl ol' Nlr. Collins. ill-1-itll-il that fil'llt'V2l lligll Svhool shoulll allopt a school projl-rl ill l'1'gtll'tl to tlu- war: anll ill tllat wav. thc- pllpils woulal gllllll Ill0l't' vrvllit for thc' "Yil-torx' Corps." H1't'llllSl' ol' thv fact lhal l:t'llt'Vil is ill a war zonv. aml tllat lllt'l'l' nlight ln- a lI1't'1l lol' a llltlllllt' t'tlllll't'll. tllvsl' stullvnts Slll!lllllll'tl tllis itll-a to the' stullvnt l'ounl'il as il school lH'0-it't'l. .'Xl'h'r the- t'llllllt'll lllltlllllll0llSly approvvll tht' projvrt. plans wvrl- lllt'lI startl-ll aull t'0lll- Illlll1'l'S wt-rv t'll1lSt'll. Jxfllllll' la-gg was 1lplNblllll'll t'lltlll'lll2lll 0lillll1lllt't'1 IJUII l'vllm-rson was 1'llllSt'll t'll1lll'llltIIl ol' l'tlllSll'llt'lltllI1 ,lt'tlll llarl was vle-vtvll t'llklll'llHlIl ol' c-quipllln-nt: anal Alan llavis was t'll0Sl'll to hvall lllt' t'lltlSSlS t'0lllIlllllt'4'. l'ilt'ttll0T' 'lil'1'SSlt'l'. kl'lII1t'lll lll'0VYllt'll. Gloria llulullwrg. anll lllllllllvt' lil't't'llt' wt-rv appointl-ll to ln-lp tht- t'lltlll'llll'll ol' tht- various t'UIlllllllll'l'S. Nlitll the-sv plans laill Olll.llll't'll1lll'llHlll aull the- U0-1'llilll'Illllll le-lit for lthava to lillll anal look ovvr a l't'ittlf-lllllllt' llltllllll' t'lllllt't'll. With tllis lilltlwlvtlgt' ol' how tlll' llllll worlu-ll. thu' stullvnts t'tllllt' lravlt rvally to go to work. 'l'hl' l'onsll'ul'tioll vollllllittvl- laill lDl1lllS for making thx- t'tllllt'l'llI. tht- vquipnle-llt Ctllllllllllft' wont to llill'l'rl'nl l'al'toril-s and hought artirlvs that SNt'l'l'1'5S1'lI- tial for thc- t'tllll1't'Il1 tht- linanvv t'0llllIllllt'1' worluwl out ways ol' raising lll0llt'y for tln- lllllll anll tlll- 1'lltlSSlF 1'0lllIlllllt't' wvnt to various towns looking for a holly ol' a truvlt. tlllll llilll-l'l'llt parts lllal woulll lu' Ill't'lll'1l litll' thi- t'tllll1't'll. .Nt lllll'l'Yillh. thv stullvnts Illl't'l anll elisvuss thl- results ol' tht-ir work. So was litllllltl that lll0l't' lll0ll1'y was llvl-llml to t'0Vt'l' thu- costs. .-Nl't4'r ll'2lVlllg this. thu' Sllltlvlllli took it lllltlll lll1'lIl- svlvvs to le-nil a llvllllllgl llttlltl. Clulns. llN'll Sll0llSUl't'tl llanvvs anll llonatvll tht- lIl0llt'y. tht- stunt lligllt gan' the-ir lll'01't'4'1lh to tht- vausv. anll tltlllt't'S wl'rl- ht-Ill to raisl' tht- lllUll1'y. Soon. enough Ill0llt'y was raisl-ll. llt'l'Ul'1' long. tht- slulll-nt council will lu- proud to say. "Wl- llt'lll1'tl.M SllI'l'ly. lll1'y all-- svrvl- vrvllit lor aulopting such a projvrt to hvlp tht' Will' e'll'ort. jk clenf Counci unior icerzi .S70,aAomore O icerd I '.'kF"I'l"I xx 'Hmm H' X uw l,l'l'Si4l4'lll liolwrl Svllullsl N iw- l're-aialo-nt ,le-rrv Conn 'IH 5""'i ' ll.o-fl Frlmolv -1-rn-lnl'y l,au'ry Cursor: N im- l,l'1'Si1l1'lll Holm-rl Nh-ll Ile ll.4'fI Svllnoli I l'1'ilhlll4 I Ri1'llill'll NMmsl1-r 'ln 5.-,-xi.-.-a fl'l'l'1'l3ll'f'-II'1'il mu Him- 11IlI'iFli2lllF ll . 2re5Aman O :fem Whom . I . l'ro'si4l1'nl lflsic- I"1'll14 I l'1'Fl1l4'lll ,lzlvk 1llllH005f' Vive' l'r4'si4l4'lll Gloria ffm 4 u I Xlv-1-nl from l'i1'lur I lm- l're'flul4'nl X lfgllllil 4Aill'l' Smlrdury Sh-lla I4-PIN' V 1 V, Tre'alslll'c'r xlilflllkl N1ll'IlllIl 'l'l'1'lilI'f- I l'1'ilFlll'l'I' .lvullllv XMIHH1 Nlgr. of all Spurtf . , , . X' s 1 l.a 'a flllllvllf l,m1n1-ll Rn-p. Q lm' H H Un l38l f XQN5 Wm ,513 Qxm SVQQS I5 Hamm .M I 8'1- . . inakre Mmtmztis or 'inn llIHIllICS'l'H-K J. .-tlzralzam. Asha-arlli. 1. llarnofly, l.. Brace. H. Brom-r. A. Clark, Hrs. K. Collins. ,'lIr. K. Collins, F. Hay. M. l"aruw-Il. If. Fvrrarn, I, Finzar. I.. Gillvltv, P. Gillolle. I. Golding. Ml. llarlumz. I.. Kuna-. ,l. I.llI'ullIll'. ll. I.ilu'raIorv. lf. I.1u'k1-ll. Mrs. II. tvlfflllllll, I.. Nvllis, IP. l'r'1lc-rson, A. Fmillt. I.. IVlllll:0l'lI0ll. If. I'uxlmrpz I.. Vosburg. Cxst' nl' 'l'ltt1 UPI-lltk fl. .-Ilvraltam, K. ullrraluim. I.. .'IIH'llIl1ll1I. II. ,I. nlmlvrson. R. Ifurnvx, -'lI. Ifarumlv. .-l. Ifvltnvll. lll lfrmrn. I. Ilruzav, I.. lilaflf. II. Cool:-y. R. DOSio. If. Fetlvrlwff, D. Flemming, R. fIl'l'l'7lIlIl'llj', S. llvllvlanrl. lf. Ilulliz clay. R. Ilan-arfl. If. llaglisan. If. Kirlfpalrivlr, II. I.aIfuff.S. l.allfInnir'a, If. l.IIl'S0ll. li. I.aIwf-k, ll. l.umly. S. lllaalia. If. llillis, ll. Norman, R. Nofnuin, II. l'4-nny. I.. Perry. N. Rapine. Ii. Rogvrs, Il. Runga. If. Sampson, C. Flu-rman. I. Nope-r. Smith. lf. Fmilli. W. 'l'lmmps0n, D. Warren, K. Wzzrrc-n. l'. lfarrvn. l'. Ilia-iss-. ,tw -1. .. 1 . . . . llllf. .-XNNl Al. hhlltltll. Ul'l'.llA ts tlu- host ll0SSllll4'4'Xilllllil4'HiltiU0-0lN'l'illlYt'H1'lltNll lnujc-vt. .Ns soon as tlu- up:-rn for tlu- ye-zu' is vhosa-n anul try-outs ure- lu-lil tn st-le-vt tlu- pritu'ipals ul' tlu- vast. tlu- vlunrus gs-ts into zwtion to l'1'llt'lll'S1' tlu- lIlllllt'l'0llS 4-nsvnihlv lIllllllN'Y'S anul tlu- orc-lu-strzi lwgins its I'1'll1'ilI'SZll5 for tlu- ill'1'0lllliilllllllflll for tlu- singt-rs. As soon as tlu- vast mul 1-luxrus atre- rc-znsmmlvly fznniliur with tlu- tnusiv. stage rt-lu-ursuls for action un- lu-gun. Yle-unwltilv. tlu- llru- lllillll'S ll1'lHII'lllll'Ill has lu-1-n hztrfl att work planning and tnuking tlu- costunu-s for tlu- vast. anul alt-signing znul painting tlu- stugt- settings. at task which calls for tlu- ussistznu-v of tlu- Art Ili-- purtnu-nt znul tlu- Slutp lit-pzirtnu-nt. 'l'lu- Slilgt'll'l'lllll1'lilllS must Sllvllll at gn-alt 111-ul of tinu- anul lulun' in nrelvr to pe-rl'c-vt tlu- snuurth opt-ration of tlu- stage- st-t-up and tlu- shifting of tlu- sm-lu-ry. 'l'lu- httsitu-ss sith' ol' tlu- projt-vt is llaltltllvtl hy yvt iIll0lll1'I' group ol' Slll1lt'IllS who lllilllilfli' tlu- zulvvrtising mul tlu- tit-lu-t st-lling. Tlu- Contnu-rt-iul U1-partnu-tit with tlu- lu-lp agatin ul' tlu- .-Xrt lla-purtnu-nt. prnviala- tlu- progranns. Wlu-n tlu- big night arrive-s. tlu- uslu-rs lunullt- tlu- vruwtls 1-llii-is-lttly. 'l'lu- orc-lu-stru strikes up the uve-rturv and unotlu-r lligh Svluuml Ulu-ru is utult-r way. wvlllll otlu-r uvtivity of tlu- school yvur om-rs to so ntany stuslvnts an opportunity to vontrihntn- to tlu- lift- ol' tlu- st-luml? E401 p cn... llmik Row ll". Goffe. ll. Cook. L. Brace. W. Thompson. R. Munn. R. Knight, J. MeCann, L. Clark. J. llall. C. llar- dy. R. Sherman. ll". Smith. E. Wilkes. R. llmeard. J. Hruzee. :SRD Row-K. Collins. K. Cook. I. Matthews. J. Zinc. I Poole. C. lianlloute. fl. llennett. lf. Dresser. ll. I. Anderson. M. Mullian. M. Salem. D. Fleming. B. L. Sampson, R llessney. ll. Pierce. M. Robinson. V. Estra, S. Willman. A. Leinlmek, E. Valley, V. Warr. 2Nn Row -L. Perry, M lluvis. ll. Shoemaker. li. kogt. ll. Cooley. ll. llossalaeqna. ll. Xfmlerson, lf. Ware. J. Wvilson. M. Payne, S. Tapley, S. Marlia, ll. Fetlerolf. ll. Kirkpalriek. S. Meyers. A. Smith, L. Voslmrg. A. MeCalullisll. L. Nellis. H. llughson. l"RoNT Row lf. Voslmrg, L. lleusler. J. Reed. l'. Robinson, 1. Soper, D. Smitli, IJ. Randall. lf. Rogers. M. Campbell, V. Carr, ll. Runga, 1. Smith. U. Greene, H. Kerr. M. llopwoorl, M. llrown, 1. Sealey, M. Leisenring, Ella Ashworth. pianist. MUSIC has a very important part in the war effort. The United States government. ruthlessly eliminating all non-essentials. has eneouraged the study of musie as never before. Band instru- ments have the A-l-A priority rating. the same as bombing planes and tanks. 'llhere are several reasons for eneouraging musie during war time. Musie has the power to bolster eourage on the lighting front. to inerease the physieal enduranee of marehing men and toiling workers. to prevent man's hysteria by means of song. and to raise morale generally. lt al- so brings the element of beauty into even these ugly times. lligll sellool students have entered lnusie eourses for the sake of the pleasure of mak- ing musie for its eultural value. or beeause they wished to follow a eareer in musie. Present eonditions offer a new purposefthat of furthering the war effort. Every musie student ean now feel that he is making a definite eontribution to this effort, whether he is working on the home front or in the armed forees. After the war. when the world returns to normal aetivity, the lnusieian will have a foun- dation in the most demoeratie of all the Hue art s. Whether or not he is active in musie. he 4-an never forget what he has learned in musie appreeiation. and will be a member of the inner eirele of those who enjoy musie more beeause they know it. l 41 l Z?ancl .11---WW, 1. lflnrlrrf. l,. l'rulI. I.. Rupplvyou. lf. lfrmvn. R. Kirk. C. Slzvrmun. ll. l'v1lvrsnn. lf. Smith. K. Collins. zlirvrlur, l"uruw'll, 'l'. llnllnvs. lf. lfra'14'vl'. I". Golding. lf. lylmllllffl. R. Munn. fi. Slllilll. lim rx I, 'l'a'nunI. ,l. llvul. ll. l.ilu'rulorv, lf. lfI'l'Il'1'l'. IP. l'v4lc'rso1l. fl. SIIIWIIIIIII. 2319 J. fllrrulmrn, If lf1l'IilI.WPII llunn. ll. l"lll'H'!'llS. J. 'l'urr, .-lrt lmggg. l"lmN'l' lf. Vusburg, I.. Vnxlmrg. Srxxlrlv. N . Smith. 0I"CA26fl"Ct I 42 I ramafica WAR EDUCATION st rvsscs physical fitness of which moralc is an important part. Rcluxution by rccrcation is a part of tht- Wall' program both in the Armcd forccs and tht- U. S. Office- of Edu- cation. llrumatics is rccommcndcd as onc of the he-st recreational activities. A play ln-iivfits both tht- ululiclicc- and thosc working back of the curtain. Bc-sidcs this, all pcoplv connected with studcnl play production lcarn thc value- of co- opvrutioli, lcadvrsliip, lllllllilg0lllt'lll and rcsponsihility. 'lk t 1 JUNIOR-SENIOR PLAYS 'gl Pledge 14lll'gillll!'l',, S. Sealy, B. Sampson, P. Burt- lett, E. Nagel. ss A ntif' Springv kins. '6Nvu's" E. Wilkes, A. Larson, G. Cowan J. Golding, B. Vogt, R. Hosking l44l B. Hughson, J. Vvclch, R. llow- ard, C. Ayres, J. Rcas, B. Wat- ramaficd USM!-IRS S. 'l'hornv. Ni. King. M. xviililllllS. R. Howl. B. wizttkitts. B. ,lone-s. J. Wt-Ich. S. Colm-. D. Urilllfv, H. Uvllatittton. In front--B. Fail'- fux. B. Mlm-n. ."bS1'llIf-ix. Whiting. P. Batrtlvtt. .-K. Niatstvllar. 'iff Stfzwtok l'l,.n' Standing- - J. Lu- Pointv. R. Springstvaui. B. Fnrr. A. Lt-gg, ll. llrilfith. C. Knight. G. Lnmlhvrg. .l. llurtzvll. NY. Smith. B. .lont-s, li. llosking, R. Rvvtl. C. Shvt'tnatlt. Svatvd -J. Rvus. B. Wut- kins. B. Finn. F. Nelson, P. Flami- gun. J. NVQ-lch. U. Loomis. if 'l'ht-sv thrm- hoys. ,lorry Cowan. l'iI'Ill'Si Willws. anal i'fdwurcl Nugvl art- on hunal att all stagv lN'l'i'0l'Ill- atmw-s to do the work hc-hind the Sl'Q'lll'S. 'l'hvir thorough llmlvrstatml- ing ol' tht- hanvkstatgv and the-ir vx- vvllt-ltt t'oop4'mtiot1. ntakv stage' atv- tivilivs Sllt't'1'SSiilli. YE Stunt Night has lwvn at traulition att 1Ll'll1'Vkl High for ton vvurs. lt is opt-n to any sttulvnt in tht- school who wishe-s to pau'ti4'ipztt4'. Tha- lll0lll'y ratism-ti is givvn to tht' Ath- It-tic .'xSH0l'illli0ll. ,Q - I Wafionaf ,jwlonor ociefy lippf-r I.:-fl N.k'I'l0NAl, Ilnlwoli S04Ill'I'l'Y -L. Nvllis, Ii. Amlvrson, G. Sherman. IJ. Pvdersnn, R. Springstwul. Vos- Izurg, S. Uifilln. R. Millvr. xl. Larson. xl. Cordon. J. llurnurly. J. Rvvrl. l.uwn-r l.4-fl IAIHIIKIKY S'l'xFl-' lf. Furr. R. Millvr. S. llifilln. lf. Pipp. ul. fgllfllllll. I.. l'axburg, Mrs. Flannel. J. Rvwl. li. Nvllix. I. lfurumly. R. Springsivurl. S. l,uMnni1'u, M. Rizzo, H. Wutkirrs. lppvr liiglll l"kI.l. lfuul M l'. lfurllvll. D. 1,ll1llH'l'lIHl, D. lfrumv. lf. Nugvl. J. lfrizzvv, H. ,4ShIl'0l'flI. lf. Curr. ll. lluur- rvn. ll. l'unv. ll". Unffv. I. llurl. fl. lfzwllnllz, U. l,muIlwrg. I.mwr Right .ll Num: Towx lwl-ll-l'I'l'Nli lfsm J. Rvus, lf. Walk-irz.v. lf. .ilslm-m-tln. E. Nagel. 'l'lll'l N.N'l'lHN.iXl. HONOR SOClE'l'Y. li0llIl1ll'll in l92l. is un 0l'gAlIllZilll0ll l'UllllDOSl'll of 2300 vlluph-rs. 'flu-rv alrv vlmpla-rs. with one 1-xv:-piioll. in 1-vvry slulv in lhv I ninn. in l,lll'l'l0 liivo. in lluwnii. unsl in tha- Philippine-s. Thi- nlnji-ct of tha- Snvivty is to crvutm- un vnthusizlsnl for scholarship. to slimuluiv an elv- sirv In ri-mlvr se-rvi1'v. lu prmnotv l1'2Hlt'I'SlllID. unfl to vm'0urugn- clvvvlopnn-lit of vlluruvtvr. ln ilu- spring unel in lhv full llll'llllN'l'S arf' se'lm'l4'1l hy ll vounvil. consisting of thu- prin- vipul auul four I4-awlwrs zlppointvll hy thi- principal. This C'0lllIIllill'l' llliili1'S its Sl'l1'1'll0ll from Ilu' uppc-r Illini ul' the' vluss. iVl4'llllN'l'HlIlp is lilnile-fl to l.ll'lf'f'll pi-r 1-1-nl of thu' Svnior Class and livi- pvr vvnl ul' thi- junior Class. Sinvv 4-lvvtioll is lmsval not only on svholurship hu! also on svrvivv. l1'illll'l'SlIlll illlil 1'lllll'- awlvr. me-mln-rship ra-pre-se-nts the- highc-st honor the- school van uwnrfl. l -16 1 ju fare armerfi of America S'l'ANlnNo -R. Myrick, R. Spencer. T. Larsen, ll. Arlsitl. T. Davie, R. Boone, C. Jensen. ll. llemminger. R. Vansickle. Ill. Jensen. lf. Vnnsickle. R. Keebler. J. Ross. SPI.N'FPlll'4Mf. Watkins. dircclor: lf. llumburg. D. Grilfilh. ll. Withimn, C. Wyatt. 'l'llE GENEVA FUTURE FARMERS is an organization composed of hoys studying vocational agriculture and is a member of the State and National Association ol' the Future Farmers of America. The educational values to be derived from any student organization are determined by the amount ol' responsibility delegated to and assumed hy the memhers. ln this chapter all of- fices and committees are student elected and conducted under the guidance of the teacher of Agriculture as advisor. The regular business meetings are held every two weeks and special meetings are called as the occasion demands. The educational nur roses of this or fanization are: l l l- l. 'l'o develo m com ietent. a Y fressive rural and a rieultural leadershi 1. l l H- s E5 l 2. To strengthen the conlidencc of thc mcmlicrs in themselves and their work. 3. To create more interest in the intelligent choice of farming occupations. Al-. To create and nurture a love of country life. 5. To improve the rural home and its surroundings. 0. 'l'o encourage coopcrativc effort among the students. 7. 'l'o promote thrift among the students of vocational agriculture. 8. To promote and improve scholarship. 9. 'l'o encourage organized recreational activities among students of vocational agriculture. IO. To supplement the regular systematic instruction olfcrcd to students of vocational educa- tion in agriculture. The local cha iter reeo nizes and stimulates individual effort lw the awardin f of de- Y W V W g U I Q.. I frees. lhe tlrst de rec or ' Green Hand 18 awarded to ever ' member as soon as he has a Sllllilblti F . g rw 4, -- - iro ect Jrofram undcrwa '. lhc second dc rcc or YOIIII Farmer is awarded one year later l. J . f' .. . . f ll the "Green Hand has met the f0ll0Wlllg requirements. l. Earned and productively invested 352500. 2. Shown his willingness to cooperate by participation in the chapter activities. Demonstrated his abilit to lead an o men discussion from the floor or :reside at a I l group meeting. Uutstanding boys may receive State and National degrees by meeting higher requirements. l47l ul lN'I'H0llAllIll1'S Illl1'l'1'FlIllg1 lu llu'1r l'lil5hIll2lll'34. l'alrti4'l1l1u'ly tlu' typing: mul printing slull' 1' Jqhilmed 'llllli Yliflli I9 12- lil prmnise'1l In lu' an hllt' vvssful mu' for ilu' fll'll1'Yil lligll Svluun Il1'M'SIiillH'l'. wlu'n in U4'Iulu'r ilu' llrsl lSNlll "' in lll'lll'llSl' work. Im-If lIurl:vll.lf1limr Hiss llunxum. ialri.wr Stull llll'llllH'I'S uurluwl l0gj4'lll!'l' in Ill'l'lD1ll'lllgI ilu- full mul winlvr ifsuvs. ullivll galvm' an gl1NHll'l'0SS se'1'liun ol' wluml 1lll.llll'5.1'lilHF llvws. 4lI'2lIllillll'S. llllIFll'illF. us mn-Il nw 1lI'Hl'l'lllll0ll! lI'IlPIlll'4l an g.Il'l'ill 111-nl ul' linu' lUNAll'4l lllkllilllgl ilu' pzlpvr an alu'1'1'ss mul ure' In lu' 1'mlg1mllllalle'4l fm lllvlr vllurls. Num. lum'4'v1'r. ll zlplu'ul'c'4l lllul ilu' slull nu'mlu'rs wlur wu'r4- N'Ul'lillllLI0lllSl1l1' ul' wluml luul Ill'lllll'I' llu- linu'nr llu-1'nu'rgy lu pul into an auldiliollul al1'livily.alll4l il lwc-mm' lll1'I'1'ilSlll:1lf llill'1l lo1'ullllrl4'I4'1lll l'1llll0ll0ll linu'. l'e'rlmps ilu' lli-'l'inu's is jllwl ilIl0llll'l' Pilhllllllf ol' ilu' wur .llllltbllgll uv luulu' llu' Slll1l4'Ill5 IIll1'l'l'Hl Ill Ill 'lr pzllwr will Plblllllllli' In lu' as Q1I'l'ill1lHllll1l5lll'l'll for llu' past five' yvzlrs. . Y . llu k Rem fl, Larson. ll. IIIIFIS. fl. . I1l'l'l'S. U. l'ulnu'rIon, J. Nornwn. J. l'f'Irur'r'i. ll. lfurwuz. U". Tllnrnpsun. I.. 'YlI4I1lII. .-1. llrffurullislz. Zxn Hem li. f:l'lllll'4'. lf. ll4'SNllI'j', U. Lilwrulnrv. fl. l,lllIllIIl'l',Y. J. llurl. lf. I"l'Iif'l'. 1. linrlr. II, lhlfunlllislz. I. l,lll'UfI1ll'. I,. Nvllis, fl. lluslvllnr. lf. Sunzpsfm, 0. Grfwru-. Iwi' Rmx J. Howl. ll. ll islmun. l' lfurnlu. lx. lflmrrh. lf. Xugvl. l'. l"lani,uun. H. SIll'lllj!Nl1'IllI. .I. l,uun. I. lluriin. li. .lru'k.wn. l I8 l upp1'ure'1l mul wus SllllM'I'llN'1l ln' lurlv pm 1'c'nt ol ilu' SllI1l1'lllh. bonu' lllgll lIgIlll5 ol lllzll mul Sll4't'l'4'4lIIlg IHSIIUH wx-rv ilu- sxsllt-muvlng il1'1'0lIlllH ul' sports vvvnls. lvllvrs lrum lmys in I Ilu- svrvim- mul rvpurlf un 5llIll1'Ill au'Iivili1'a till' 1943 .Slum ag.. .. , IN I'IiI'Il'.-KRINC na- was s.-H.-.-.. sag... tht- Q annual atall' has plannm-al a patriutia- lll2'lll1' l-l'lllII 1'llY1'I' to vow-r alul llilS attl-lnptt-ml tu 1 slum' Cx-nz-va lligll S1'll00l's all out Yin-tory f 4-llnrt. 'l'llat 4-llort. llltlllflll small in vmnpari- TA l A son will: otlu-r all unt 4-ll'nrts lu-ing wagu-cl by -A ' lu-ample-s ol fur:-Fgn l2lllllS alul ln' IIIRIIIV .Mn:-ri- , I vans un llu- Yill'l0llS lra'tl4- Ile-lrls ol' tlu- worlul. X is 4l4-1-ln:-4l l1ll'gl't'll0llg1ll Allltl important Plltbllgll ".k1 to warrant tlu- spauw- that has lu-4-n gin-n it in l 'Ing ,unurll lliss llullilv. .lflrixnr Ralph SIIl'iIl,QNlI'lIll. lwlilor ln olwle-r to do tlns nurrn- spam- has lu-4-n 4l1-vntm-tl lo wsritq--ups tllan lll'l'Vl0llSly and tlu- tylu- nl' writv-ups. 1-sln-cially tlum- 1-:nu-1-rnillg sports. has lu-4-n 4-llangn-fl l'0IlSl1ll'l'AllDly. llnula-le-tl lay many IDl'l0l'lll1'S alul l't'Sll'lt'llUll!4.lll1' l9'l3 annual stall. alnlv assista-al ln' tlu I nu-mln-rs ul tlu- sa-nmr 1-lass alul lay l'l'l'lillIl llll'lllll1'I'5 ol tlu- larnlty. working tugr-tlu-r with xslurlt lu-art:-al coup:-ratiml. has pnlrlislu-cl this N13 sc-nim' annual. a 1-rn-rlit. un- Slll1'l'l'l'ly luv u-. tu tlu l I St'lll0l'l'l1lFStlll1lllt'lll'V1I lligll Svluml. llI'l'If.It ltl-lt4"I' .flssmiulv lfllilnrs 1. Uolrlillg, .lllllxifi H. llouvlrfl. Sports. J. llrnlzf-ll. Sports: lf. ,Inna-s. l,l'4llI1lIlil'S1 ,I l.ul'ninlv, livin-rnl .-Isxislunt. 'l'y'lItSlS lf. F1-life-. K. fflzurcll. Sll'rSf"'il!li1ll1 llgrs. J. Rvws. I". fliurflinu. ,llixsing from pivlurr- S. Iiifilln. Lms tilt l,t1F'l' IIIIOIHIEIVIIIIIQ' lf. Fairfax, lf. Knight, .l. lmgg. z'lmirm11n: C. SIIPFIIIJIII. S. llizillo llulmr Rull l'. l"lulligun. lfurnuu'lr. If ll. ll nllfins U. .-lllzrighll. Hurlruru ll' ulkins. llI'l't-llt lllullt' Senior Nut:-s .-1. Conlon. R. SIl'ilZl'l4. U. Finn. r'lmirmrm: ll". Srnilh l.lltSI-.It llltll I' Htlsilwxs Huvlf Run' 1. l'l-lru1'r'i. lf. Fe-Ii:-v. 1. Johnson. F. Ciuwlino. Ur. lfplvy. F. Ur' lh-liuinlvn. lf. l'uxs:1l1u'q1m. Zllul Run' A. Laura. R. lgllfllllllf. lf. Lrzurwn. II. I ogl. li. lluullfins. 0. Grown- lfronl Run- ll. Curmu-. lf. Re-word, .-I. .-llrurn. K. lflnlrrlr. .-lbs:-rll from pivlnrf- 17. l'vrrv. lf. R1'S'II4IIllS: lf. Srnillz. l"1u'ully lfusim-xx fldrisor Ur. lfplf-y. V E l '19 l unior lg 60:55 ' at lhek Row F. Giurdinn, R. Munn, B. Furr, H. Smith, Ashworth, J. Beurce, G. Cowan. Mmnm: Row--F. Abruli- um. Miss Sweeney, M. llopwoml. ff. Scalise, S. Felice, B. J. Felterolf. 1s1' Row - l,. Tyndall. ll. Warren. M. Rizzo, J. Reas, I. Blair, C. Mundinger, R. Jones. THE .IUNIUR RED CRUSS is an organization whose motto is "1 serve." During war time mem- hers have an especially good opportunity to live up to the high ideals of service that have al- ways motivated the work of the Red Cross. Today everyone is conscious of the needs of our boys who are in service. The students who have special talents use them in making articles to raise the morale of tht- sailors or add comfort to thc lives of the soldiers. The art classes, for example, designed original menu covers to be used on the Christmas Day menus of thc U. S. Navyg the homemaking classes made hot water bag covers and hed-side bags for the boys of the armed service who are in government hospitalsg the boys in wood-working classes made model airplanes that required great nicety of workmanship. The Junior Red Cross entered whole heartedly in the campaign to raise money which was expended unselfishly. Checks were sent to the Geneva Chapter to buy articles like gum. cards, stationery, toilet articles and the like for soldiers kits which are presented to each soldier when he goes overseas. The blind were not forgotten because the usual 310.00 yearly subscrip- tion for the Braille edition of the Readers Digest was taken from the Junior Red Cross treasury. The sale of war stamps and bonds was sponsored by this organization because they he- lieved that financial support is most important in our all-out effort for victory. So far Geneva High's Bond and Stamp sales total 817.634.2391 1n each project undertaken by the junior Red Cross the spirit of service has been a de- termining factor in achieving success. The sponsors of this organization feel that the members are not only participating ill a manner appropriate to their experience and maturity but are pre- paring for greater opportunities in the service which lies ahead. 1501 'O fl.: hplc JK' -454 hefi , . 1 K N Q I8 sv sg 99 x A 5 fm ff' H , , ', T uf I xi S x ,fi fi 1 X Sk. , ..., .. Y ,Jfigl , 2 sig I , H . , I . . 0 1 ' . -f ' , 5 lx .X 'E 33 A fm, ' i' af i .E e EN: Q' s' ' . f.,' wx Q' if Q ""Sv J as . , 42. E MJ W ifzlzl il? an 19 3 , . 3 4 ,L x tw lx Wk if ' fw in H 'S Q a wk S 'E , fm Sak S I LH, . , an .A Q fgs -THE LAST WORD IN MO D E R N EYEWEAR O RIMLESS STYLE WITH THESTRENGTH OFAFRAME .I F 'XX I XMIWKIJ' J x - XI, V ' AV I I lI v Iirsl tinn- simw- gIuss4-s without rims wvrv mzulv you I-an 1 ww 4-njoy 1 IIGIDIVIIUIIS stylv plus IIN- HII'1'IlgIIl of an I'l'2lIllt'. XXIIIPII nn- I you Imm- x -ye-s 4- mim-II. ask lu sm- SIIlIRSI'I'Il IIN- mmla-rn an IIIIIIIIQL for I lx ,xIlIl'l'Il'1llliI OPTICAL COMPANY, INC. - GENEVA, N. Y. THE NATIONAL BANK OF GENEVA Your deposit here to the extent of 85,000 - is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of WE L C H ' S CLOTHING FURNISHINGS 494 Exchange Strcct Compliments of The Kirkwood Shoe Shining and Hat Cleaning Parlor Proprietors -"Elm and Joe"--Class '34 Your Life's Future Whzlt will you flo for income after pcacc comes? Ask RBI graduates. They know that suc- cessful careers, ever-growing salaries and executive leader- ship go to those who arc RBI business-trained and capable. Write for facts on RBI busi- ness-lraincfl courses. ROCHESTER BUSINESS INSTITUTE Associate Member American Association of Junior Colleges 172 CLINTON AVE. SU. ROCHESTER, N. Y. -..Q4fS'fLWlE!'521 UG GENEVA . N . Y i541 MODERN QUICK SHOE REPAIR P. O'MALLEY 81 SON COAL 81 SUPPLY CO. BLUE FUEL SOLVA Y I, COAL OIL COKE FIXED WHILE IOU WAIT M44S0N SUPPLIES Linden Street Gcnvva, N. Y. 261 Exchange Sl' 29 Castle St' Phone 2373 Phone 2393 Geneva Trust Co. Cc-rwral Banking Svrvivv Tho Most Modern Safe Deposit Boxes . . Tlll'l'l' Dollars und up it 'il' W0 Solirit Your Banking Business 73' 'fr if Member Fcmlvrul lk-posil and Insurance Corp. WAYNE FLORAL CO. Retail and Wholvsalv Florists Gr m'1v llIl0llSCi-PIIO llcx Ge lli' va 2081 Newark 254 FRANK ALVARO, Mgr. Complim ents of MAY'S DRESS SHOP Spvcializing in Suits, Drossvs and Coats NORMA MCGUIRE 33 Seneca St. Geneva, N. Y. Wm. L. Vogt 81 Sons LUMBER-COAL and BUILDING SUPPLIES i' i' Phone 2008 124 N. Gl'lll'Sl'C St. "Evvrything to Build Anything" MQCUIRE DRY CLEANING Custodians of Your lVardrobe 533 Exchange St. Phone 6792 C om plimcnts of GENEVA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. l55 I ,gif Y PHOTOGRAPHY RY REDFIELD SENECA STREET GENEVA, N. Y. Compliments of SENECA DRUG CO. JIM'S BARBER SHOP 12 CASTLE ST. FINGER LAKES LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANERS Pllom- 6677 TEXACO GRILLE PLENTY ul-' PARKING SPACE GENEVA, N. Y. B R 0 D E R I C K ' S MENS FURNISHER lgvnt for Knox Unis mul Arrow Shirls 27 SPIICCKI Sl. Gvncva, N. Y. 9 THE SENECA SHOP JAMES F. HOHBINS GENEl'A'S FOREMOST FASHION STORE 56 'Q Compliments of THE GENEVA OPTICAL CO. GENEVA, N. Y. Compliments of COSTA'S CASTLE GROCERY Proprietor-John Costa, '36 Assistant-Frank Costa, '37 Opposite the Empire Gas Office Phone 2412 Free Delivery Compliments of B k . O0 S PETERSICECREAAIPARLOR Stationery The Home of Frosted Malted Milk -1486 Exchange St. Geneva, N. Y. Office Supplies ,, TONY Welcomes LoU1s a KARL KLOPFER 4'lffjjf"'S Faculty 23 Seneca Street FAIRFAX BROS. CO. Paints, Wall Paper, Window Shades, Glass, Artists, Supplies Sho-Card Boards and Colors Unfinished Furniture at his shop Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK 81 CO. Geneva, N. Y. SACONE'S RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL BAR LUNCHES DINNERS 81 Seneca Street Phones 2790-724-I Geneva, New York df l571 Compliments of the WHITE SPRINGS FARM DAIRY CO. af ff if PHONE 2704 BUTTER FRIED HAMBURGS .. il' CASTLE DINER Geneva, N. Y. Compliments of Compliments of GENEVA BOWLING CENTER Compliments of CARL'S SHOE REPAIR Isenmalfs Delicious Home Made Candies and Celebrated Ice Cream and Ices FOUNTAIN SERVICE K A R R ' S 150 CASTLE ST. Exclusive Apparel for Ladies 520 Exchange St. Geneva, N. Y. C' C' frills H' E' Hadlvy MORE LOCAL NEWS ALWAYS . . . DEPENDABLE ADS GENEVA DAILY TIMES I5 8 TO THE BUSINESS MEN and WOMEN OF TOMORROW Wherever you are located in the years to eome, use the Savings and Loan Associa- tion. You will find it solves your finan- eial problems. ll' you stay in Geneva, we invite you to come in at any time and find out what the Geneva Federal is "all aboutf' , 'ff t K :-' 1 -if EDERAL AVINGS AND LOAN ASIOCIATIQN Building with Green Bars 89 Seneca St., YV. Geneva, N. Y. Compliments of TOOLE DRY GOODS THE MEN'S SHOP- CASEY 81 SON 4-40 Exchange St. Geneva, SHIRTS TIES We Specialize in 100727 All Wool White Flannel Trousers Compliments of BRUNSKILUS W. L. HOLLERAN, Prop. Fine Leather Goods Geneva, N. Y. THE RED Sa WHITE GEORGE E. PHILLIPS CROCERIES-SCHOOL SUPPLIES 111 Pulteney St.4Phone 2572 BUS AND TAXI SERVICE Phone 270046-L00-6410 The KARMELKORN Shop 104 Seneca Street Compliments of JOHN SAHAID I 59 Since 1921 we have been using the slogan "From a Card to a Catalogf' This fine issue of the L'Svnc-ca Saga" bears out that statement. Whatever your printing require- ments may be, we are ready to give you that personal service so nlueli desired in your printer- Compliments of RAY'S BIKE and KEY SHOP 0M ' I - I Q9 ,Mc APL qxbfflonzpei e of ' , gk I g I c""'au' MAPLE'S INSURANC A L M A R C O SENECA STREET PRINTING COMPANY E. J. Marshall v A. J. Cowan C""""i"'e"'S of 102 CASTLE ST. GENEVA, N. Y. ROGERS 31 ELUNC Complete Insurance Protevtion Phone 2922 68 Castle St. Geneva, N. Y ,. S J xl ' 4 I 'x' i I ' Q" Il ,L V ' Compliments qf .fu ' R - fy. - 'A Finger Lakes and Hudson Flour Mills Incorporated GENEVA, NEW YORK 5 , F. E. COWAN, President C. H. 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