Northside High School - North Star Yearbook (Corning, NY)

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DEDICATIUN FACULTY STAFF SEXIOBS JIYNIOHS SUPHUMOR IGS FHESIUIEN ETGHTII GRADE ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS LAUGHS ADV IGH T1 S IGM IGNTS J lixelf llxcsxf I'.xG1f: Sl 'Am VI,.'XGl' 'lluslf IMG 11 l',xGlf I Am' l',xGlf 1lAGl'1 1,AGl' THE NORTH STAR Page8 DEDIUATION In a spirit of grafifurlaf mul appw' ciafimz, 100, flee SP'7Z,f07' Cwlagis, rio rr'.Qp1'f-1' fully flvdivafc flzis NORTH STAR fu DJXXIPII, B. LVCL: 'TPIE DlOl 1'H S1'A.R Page 9 .9 Q fb I 1 THE NORTH STAR Page1O Faculty SHZN'7"iWflf7'IflIl'MIf and Principal A. M. BIAKJDGETT SCIENCE DEPARTMENT IIUGH XV. GREGG, Vice-Prifnciipal STACIE L. OLIJFIPIIJIJ, Prf'cr'pfrc'.9s IVILLIAM SIIEAHEI MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT ULAUIJIA STRAIT AIAYNARD L. GURNSEY IGRMA L. RHKJIJPIS HENRY' CHEMNITZ ENGLISH DEPARTMENT IIAZEL M. HILL XVELUON AVOODYVORTH IORANCES E. YOST EMILY GATES DANIEL B. LUCE FRANCES DYKINS HISTORY DEPARTMENT AIAHY COLE LANE AUGUSTA CANEIELO REGAL XVHITCOMB JOSEPHINE BROWVN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT CLARA IYYLE AIADELINE LATOURETTE BESSIE BROWN COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT LUETTA RAUX HOWARD TAIOONEY MUSIC DEPARTMENT ART DEPARTMENT VVILLIAM DROEGE YVINIFRED STANTON VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT RALI-11 D. LANE HAIKRY JIMERSON XVIOLA XTAIL ILUTH IQIIHIG LIBRARIAN CLARA SAGE PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT STELLA HOLMES HSRIFIXIAN L. .IACORY SCHOOL NI'RSE SECRETARY XTIVIENNE IIOBBINS LILLIAN IIHATH THE NORTH STAR Pagell THE STA Flf' lGditor-in-Chief . . ..,.,,,,...., , . ., . +1 ' , . . Assistant l ditor Art Editor .,...,......, . Assistant Art Editor ...A......,.,.,... . AssoCLxTl-1 l4ll7I'l'0lIS YYIIOHIIIS' Ii'ossr1ffirf LITERARY S'1',xifF 'llraininv' Class Editor , f n Senior Class Editor .... Junior Class ltlditoi '... . . Sophomore Class Editor . . Frcshman Class Editor . . . . . Alumni Editor ........ , Athletic Editor . . ..i..,..,..,... . . 4 BI'SlNIiSS STAFF Business Manager . , ....,...t..., . . Assistant Manager ..,..,.....,,..,.... AssoCLxTn Bvsrxnss MAN Agnvs Mf'Cormir-if illarrin IIOSIOFI' Ixalwllv Laine lViIliaim Jlf'I11fy1'r' B1ACUI,TY Aovisons Miss J USf'l1lll'7ZC' B 7'0Zl77'I 11'11,4rmm11fl .I I Iflffl o r ff . Mary Clzarlofiv Lanz' . . . . . , Lrflanfl Yomzg . . ll'r'1Ii11gfo11 Olingrw Elnorrl SllIIlI'UlIlH'.Q.Qllj , . 4 . . . , Clara .F1'S11 . . A mf'I1'a .IIIIHEHIIIH M. .l111H'Ha1111isfr'1' . . . . . , . f'l1a1'I1's liakwr . Igflfllflfll IIIIII-Ijl'I'fUI'll . . . . . . . . . Iloris ,lloylv .. Ilfzrolrl LM' . . . . . . Iilfllllflll' Ti-qlio Erlf' JI. illrlianglzlin AGICIIS ,lark Ilmlallmf Dorothy IfIlI'flll'A' 16111111 Ilo1'r'I,Qr'11 ,ll r. Ho ?l,'!H"ll Mo on Wy 1'PlEZ N 0 R'TI1 S T A.R Page 12 A joyous four years we Seniors have spent at Northside. We have all plied our work with an air of triumph yet a sombre face. We seem fully to realize that soon We will share no more the joys and sorrows of our school-but feel only the influence of her learned walls and proceed on the road of life. We are certain that if We are permitted to leave with the feeling that We have established a worthy example, or have in the least encouraged the ad- vancement of higher learning, our labour has not been in vain. THE NORTH STAR Page 14 DERWARD L. ABBEY-"Derby" "Be not afraid of greatness. Some men are born great: Some achieve greatness: And others have greatness thrust upon them." Class President 141. Operetta 11-2-31. Chorus 11-2-31. Forensic Society 141. North Star Staff 11-2-31. Beta Epsilon 141. Senior Play 141. DORIS L. ALGER Well timed silence has more eloquence than speech. ELIZABETH BENNETT-"Betty" Not by years but by disposition is wis- dom acquired. Latin Club 141. ELMER R. BILLS-"Billsie" Never was the owl more blind than a lover. Beta Epsilon 141 . THE NORTH STAR Page 15 ETHEL BRISCO When she talks, the air boils. Beta Epsilon 14-51. Home Making Club 141. ORVAL BURDICK Asked from what country he came, he replied, "I am a citizen of the world." KATHRYN M. BURTON--"Kate" Her stature tall-- I hate a dumpy woman. VIOLA CAPO-"Vi" My, but it's grand when we win the game Setting the pace that brings us fame. Interclass Basketball 111. Varsity Basketball 12-3-41. Operetta 131. Vice-President Home Making Club 141. Book Revue 131. THE NORTH STAR Page 16 RALPH J. CAMPBELL-"Beans" A sensible and well-bred man will not affront-no other can. Football 141. Basketball Manager 141. Treasurer Senior Class 141. MARVIN W. COPP Pleasant personality brought him friends of every kind. Orchestra 141 . HAROLD G. DAVIS A friend may well be reckoned a master- piece of nature. HARRISON DUKE Youk'n hide de fire, but what you gwine do wid de smoke? Class Basketball 131. Beta Epsilon 141. Manager Football 13-41. Manager Track 141. THE NORTH STAR Page 17 JANE A. FOSTER V She was ever fair-never proud: Had tongue at will, but never loud. AVA V. FRENCH-"Avix" There's a rainbow around my soldier-'Z lnterclass Basketball 121. Varsity Basketball 13-41. Operetta 135. Beta Epsilon 141. Senior Play 145. ROBERT FULKERSON-"Bob" We are all born to do benefits. EDITH GIFFORD-"Edie" X No one in the neighborhood but knew her sympathy and warm smile. THE NORTH STAR Page 18 HAROLD E. GORMAN That's child's play to a fellow like Me. Interclass Basketball Q3-41. Beta Epsilon 141. LOREN HALL-"Skipper" Learning not for its sake alone, Loren toils to help the world get on. Class Basketball Q5J. WILMA HARRIS-"Shrimp" Music hath charms-'tis sweet to know What hidden depths are found by the bow. Orchestra I1-2-3-41. Chorus fl-2-3-42. Operetta Q1-33. Beta Epsilon Q4D. ARTHUR HEAD--"Art" To blow and swallow at the same moment is not easy. Interclass Basketball Q3-45. THE NORTH STAR Page 19 RAYMOND HEYDORFF-"Ray" And a lover he shall be If one sweet maid is true. Senior Play 141. Student Council 13-41. President Student Council 141. North Star Staff 11-2-3-41. Editor of North Star 141. Class President 121. Forensic Society 141. Latin Club 131. Beta Epsilon 141. EDNA K. HOVELSEN-"Ed" She that hath patience can a anything. Chorus 11-2-41. Operetta 11-2-41. North Star 141. WILBUR HOVEY-' The famous are civilization. Latin Club 131. 'wiv' AMELIA HULTZMAN-"Meel" Few things are impossible to and skill. Interclass Basketball 11-21. North Star Staff 13-41. Library Council 12-3-41. T H E N ccomplish the founders of human diligence ORTH STAR Page 20 DOROTHY B. HUSTED-"Dot" What is yours is mine, and all mine is yours. A ' 1 Home Making Club 141. ' 4 - , STANLEY L. KIRKENDALL-"Kirk" Good will is the mightiest practical force in the universe. FRANCIS KOSTER Funny how we seldom realize knowledge cannot make us wise. Interclass Basketball 141. Baseball 145. Football 14J. MARIE E. KURCHEY Fools! They know not how much the half exceeds the whole. THE NORTH STAR Page21 DORIS L. LARRISON Though I am always in haste, I am never in a hurry. Class Basketball 121. Chorus 131. ,- Operetta 131. Ji NORMA D. LINDSTROM-"Norm" "A little work-a little play-and so good-day." Chorus 111. Class Basketball. Operetta 11-31. RALPH A. MC GORY He is not merely a chip off the old block, but the old block himself. ERLE K. MC LAUGHLIN All things come round to him who will but wait. Senior Play 141. North Star Staff 141. Forensic Society 141. Latin Club 131. THE NORTH STAR Page 22 NORMAN R. MARKLE-"Norm" A nice, unparticular man. Orchestra 12-3-41. Chorus 141. North Star Staff 131. Beta Epsilon 141. MARJORIE MILLER I purpose to fight it out on this line, if it takes all summer. Class Vice-President 141. MARTHA PLANO A good reputation is more valuable than money. LUCILLE REYNOLDS-"Squeal" Mid pleasures and labors she moves serene. Proving her worth and a willingness not mean. Class Basketball 12-3-41. Chorus 111. Beta Epsilon 151. Home Economics Club 141. THE NORTH STAR Page 23 ALFRED RHOADS Talk to him of Jacob's Ladder and he would ask you how many steps-matter of fact man. WILLARND. W. RIFFLE-"Bill" A man of actions, not of words. Class Basketball 131. Football 141. THOMAS ROSSETTIE-"Tom" Runs not this speech like iron blood? Class Basketball 111. President of Latin Club 141. Forensic Society 141. Senior Play 141. Beta Epsilon 141. North Star Staff 13-41. Student Council. IONE L. SHARP-"One" thru your Quite liberal with help is she, and as obliging as can be. Class Basketball 131. THE NORTH STAR Page 24 .IOHN M. SCHUFELT--"Johnny" A youth of quiet ways: A student of old books-old ways. Forensic Society 141. Latin Club 13-41. Secretary 141. Senior Play 141. Beta Epsilon 141. Student Council 141. SHIRLEY J. SMITH--"Smitty" With perfect ease She pounds the keys Of Smith or Underwood. Beta Epsilon 14-51. Class Secretary 121. Class President, 1930. Chorus 11-21. Operetta 111. Varsity Basketball 131. Class Basketball 11-21. FLORENCE E. STANTON-"Stanton" You may wait awhile in peace before you begin life in earnest. Beta Epsilon 141. Interclass Basketball 12-31. SOPHIA M. STRAIT Rapid of speech, she puts all to rout, Sophia loves to talk day in and out. Chorus 121. Forensic Society 141. Beta Epsilon 141. Latin Club 131. THE NORTH STAR Page25 BRUCE TETOR How happy the life unembarrassed ln the cares of business. Class Basketball Q2-31. Track 131. EDYTHF. TIGLIO Never promise more than you can per form. Interclass Basketball Q1-21. North Star Q3-45. Business Manager North Star Latin Club Q3-45. THOMAS TUTHILL-"Tom" Day by day must he work Stopping never to shirk-'Y Baseball Q1-41. DONALD WARING-"Mascott" 141. A youth was he of inquiring mind To sciences they say he's inclined. C.ass Basketball ill. Beta Epsilon 141. THE N ORTH STAR Page 26 LOUISE WILCOX-' Far into the futur Enduring success Latin Club 13-41. 3. THEODORE WOOD I will be as harsh a promising as justice. Orchestra fl-2-3-43 Chorus Q3-41. Operetta 135. A town that boas can have no lack of EARL G. CANFIELD . . . m Principle IS ever lency. THE NORTH STAR Page 27 ll-.un G we Can See nd joliity. Tcvreddyn s truth and as uncom BERNARD ADLER-' ts inhabitants like me good society. 'Burn" y motto-not exped WILLIAM LEO CUSHING-"Pin" Loyal in Commerce we well can see Full-fledged business man is he. Cheer Leader Q2-33. Football Manager 121. MARGARET D. KILLIGREW-"Margie" The world knows nothing of some of its greatest women. THELMA A. PACHALL Plato said the best way to keep good acts in memory was to refresh them with new. CAROLYN M. STERMER-"Carol" Imagine this lady so flighty and gay Spending her time in school all day. THE NORTH Page 28 STAR MARION VALERIUS-"Bobbie" Belittling her efforts, and own merits true "Bobbie" loves to smile-she's made of true blue. Class Basketball 12-3-41. Student Council, Secretary 13-41. Senior Play 141. Beta Epsilon 141. Secretary Home Making Club 141. Class Treasurer 121. LUCY BAVISOTTO-"Lucy" Lasting' friendship she gives Bestowing' a love that lives. Interclass Basketball 11-2-3-41. President, Library Council 141. President, Home Economics 141. Student Council 13-41. Book Revue 131. HELEN LEE Known in classroom, gym and hall For your love of basketball. Interclass Basketball 11-2-31. JESSIE WHEAT Genial in manner and ready for fun Brimful of good cheer for everyone. HAROLD BENEDICT HAROLD SHOENS JOSEPH STAAHL , THE NORTH STAR Page29 Class History A .sfzfmicwtk wotatirm for each year at N. H. S. SEPTEIVIBER, 1927- As we launch on the most eventful period of our school career, I wonder whether success and remarkable achievements or utter failure lies ahead. Shall the Freshman Class prove worthy in the future or be satisfied merely with the commonplace? This year will long cling to my memory especially because I am privileged to initiate myself in a new structure, our Northside High School. May its excellency in workmanship and superior construction contribute as a valuable attribute to better scholarship and higher motives. May the Freshman Class accept principle, rather than ex- pediency, as its motto. LIEBRUARY-OZHA Freshman Year. This certainly has been a red letter year for Northside. After a successful year at basketball, the team went to Rochester tournament followed by a crowd of over-excited students. SEPTEINIBER, 1928. After a period of initiation and hard study, I have found myself at the dawn of a new year. Today the Sophomore Class celebrated its achievements by a notable party in the auditorium of the old High School. Assisted by the faculty advisors, the elements of feasting were profusely distributed and everyone seemed thoroughly satisfied that he belonged to so worthy a class. All things come if a fellow will only wait. Patience is the necessary ingredient of good fortune. SEPTEMBER, 1929. A Latin Club organization has been proposed for N. H. S. The majority are of the opinion that such an attempt is absurd and doomed to immediate failure. Thomas Rossettie has been placed in command and I am of the opinion that his natural ability to defend and his keen satire will cause the club to rally beyond the critical point and then function effectively. Tom is surely a good talker and as staunch as an ardent Puritan. He is rather outspoken but after all there is no wisdom like frankness. I Everything seems to be enticing the student from his work. Even the weather has been of that soothing type which encourages the THE NORTH STAR Page 30 pupil to raise his eyes from the text book and gaze dreamingly out of the window, o11ly regaining' his consciousness as a paper rattles to re- call him from that blissful paradise of the unstudious scholar. The Junior meeting' was held recently and more or less overrun by a group of radicals. Joseph Staahl was elected to the office of president. The class evidently believed they would entrust their bus- iness to the hands of a humorist. However, no pleasure endures, un- seasoned by variety. MAY, 1930. There is a familiar statement to the effect that nature has pro- vided man with two ears but only one mouth. A speaking contest l1as been underway for some time, and today, to my amazement yet pro- found appreciation, .hlrle McLaughlin stepped forth and held us spell- bound as he portrayed "The United States as a IVorld Power." I don't think we have considered that boy deep enough. He's a good fellow and a worthy student. I trust that his speech may awaken a thorough appreciation for all forms of dramatic exercise in the stu- dents at Northside. The magic of the tongue is an art of which to be proud. Ocromcn, 1930. At last our class has attained the honorable distinction realized only by Seniors. Perhaps we should feel a little bit broader across the chest but I believe everyone realizes there is yet a long year of work ahead before he can fully appreciate the significance of his status, as a senior. Derward Abbey has been elected President of the Senior Glass for this eventful year. Derward is a fine fellow and a com- mendable scholar. He is diligent in his studies and has worked hard for the advancement of the class from our freshman year. He is cap- able both as a student and as a leader. May his administration, as president, be one of marked success to the class as a whole. APRIL, 1931. It seems that in this record of our class we should recognize the remarkable records our athletes have attained both on the court and in the field. A great deal of credit is due ttRed" Young, Harrison Duke as Manager, Zllld "Pick" Turevon-fellows who have given their services for the advancement of Athletics at Northside. It is with the greatest regard that I speak of Viekko Turevon who has for four years proved a superior player Zllld has so firmly backed the principles for which our school stands. NVhen I read that THE NORTH STAR Page 31 he had been chosen All-County Captain and Center, I could but think that once more fortune had smiled on the deserving. JUNE- And now we are about to be graduated-just finishing four hap- py years at Northside,-and commencing to travel the road of our life work. -John M. Schzzifelt. Class Prophecy It rained and the wind was never weary, I was alone and the world seemed dreary. My radio beckoned and I tuned in, More pleasantly entertained I've never been. I found I was in communication with the sun, VVhere my old classmates lived-nearly everyone. There you 'll see Grandpa Schufelt with his children at his knee, Telling them what a good lad in N. H. S. he used to be. Across the street lives Elmer Bills with his dear little wife, Under a tree lay Harold Gorman sleeping away his life. Ralph Campbell is yelling, 'tAny rags, any bones, any bottles today?" VVhile Marvin Copp shouts, "Come to my Chop Suey joint, what do you say?'7 Erle McLaughlin, the philosopher, argues, "If the world is round, how can it come to an endfil' Edith tGiffordj, a missionary, declares, t'Money to the heathen we should send." Stanley Kirkendall and Wilbiir Hovey have recently been able Between Jupiter and Saturn to stretch a cable. Sophia Strait and Marie Kurchey are having a debate, Deciding which is more important, the sucker or the bait. Under the management of Alfred Rhoads a new city grew Because the street cleaners McGory and Hall were excelled by few. D. Abbey who is President of the Sun has long white hair, And Orval and Theodore occupy senators' chairs. Marjory M. and Edith T. are married-letls see how many years ago? Oh yes! I remember-since Head's glue factory began to grow. Norman Markle is the famous, "Chief of Policew, VVhile Martha Plano and Ethel Brisco are touring the east. Professor Heydorff teaches history-surpassing all men, But Tommy Rossettie declares he forsees the end. THE NORTH STAR Page 32 THE Louise lVilcoX is matron for tl1e Home for Blind Mice, And Robert Fulkerson is champion at shaking' dice. Bruce Tetor appears in the character of a monkey, VVhile IVillarcl Bittle gracefully rides a donkey. .lane QFD and Ava QFD are in high society, 'tdressed tit to kill7', Cushing' and Koster are running a still. K. Burton and Alger are singing' for grand opera, In beauty and grace Amelia Hultzman ranks next to Cleopatra. IVilma Harris and Doris Ilarrison rushed home to feed their parrots, Here's a real surprise, S. Smith became Wealthy by raising ferrets. Our famous dancer IJ. Husted is living' with iish, And Norma Lindstrom is the rival of Bliss Dorothy Gish. Ione Sharp, the little artist, is yvorking' under the t1'ees, Florence Stanton is industriously making' limburger cheese. Iiucille Reynolds is herding a swarm of bees, Elizabeth B. is helping the monkeys throw coeoanuts from trees. Blodgett and Gregg, the prophets, knew, All along that these things were bound to come true. Class Will IVe, the Senior Class of 1931, being' of unsound and unretentive memory-said afllictions brought about by our four, or more years of unfaithful labor in Northside High School--do bequeath our cherished possessions of the form and in the manner following to those yvhom we feel are in most need and the least deserving of them: Item I-Since this school is a comedy sketch and We Seniors, the leading players in said comedy, are making our well earned exit, we do dec1'ee and bequeath to the present Frosh the study halls in which to play. Item II-To our teachers, we leave any ashes of brillianey which may remain after our noble and much undeserved cremation. Item III-Vle do bequeath to Mr. Droege less, less and still less corpulence until normalcy do be reached. Item IV-We SIGNIORS leave the juniors the memorable, ap- preciative and exclusively granted privilege of taking' Int. Algebra from lll r. Uhemnitz. Item V-Mr. Fritz I. Beck is necessarily bequeathed an unending' supply of matches and toothpicks with the indisputable right to utilize NORTH STAR Page33 i the same wherever, whenever, however and before whomsoever he may deem it or otherwise consider it expedient and exigent. Item VI-Personal Bequests: Section A-I, Sophia Strait, do leave my flirtatious charms to Elnora Shaughnessy. Section B-I, Derward Abbey, do leave my powers as an omni potent and tyrannical ruler of the Senior Class to anyone who is so unlucky as to be burdened with the heart-rending' responsibility. Section C-I, Thomas Rossettie, do leave my sarcasm to Jack Donahue. Section D-I, Raymond Heydorff, do leave my corpnlence to Mrs. Lane. Section E-I, Leland Young, do bequeath my--oh Q-bill who would accept his freckles? Section F-I, Robert Starr, do not leave anything. I will need it next year! Section G-I, Harold Gorman, leave all paper, by which I have come illegally, to Earnest Morgan. Section H-I, VVilliam Cushing, leave my inability to graduate to Rudolph Carlson. Section I-I, Erie McLaughlin, do leave my book on "How to become an Crator over night" to Isabelle Lane. Section J-I, .lane Foster, leave Gerald Pierce to no one,-I take him with me. Section K-I, Harrison Duke, do leave my false teeth to Marvin Hosier. Section L-I, Elmer Bills, do leave my "tan" oxfords to Charles Baker. Section M-I, Donald Wlariiig, do leave my vocal abilities to Mac Reynolds. Section N-I, Viekko Turevon, do leave my dignity to Howard Dow. Section O-I, Marjorie Miller, do leave my Hway with men" to Margaret Brooks. Section P-I, VVillard Riflle, do burden Mr. Chemnitz with the one and only t'26', Hiver in captivity, which still runs 28 miles on a gallon of 34.12 gas. Section Q-I, Floyd Vlhite, do bequeath my 'tBurke,s Speech on Conciliation" to the lowest bidder and let the receiver pray for a hasty deliverance. Section R-I, Harold Lee, will my "Way with the ladies" to no one. I intend to keep it. TliE PIOl 1'H S1'A.R Page 34 Section S-T, Marion Valerius, do leave my ability to "Trip the light fantastic toe" to the junior girl who may be able to catch my style. Section T-I, Ava French, will my demure glances to Helen Hammond. Section U-I, June Millard, regret that it is not within my power to leave my vocal talent to anyone. Section V-I, 1Villiam Bassney, leave my "nerve" to bluff thru English IV to Olaf Loytty. Section VV-I, Shirley Smith, bequeath my loquaciousness to Mary Charlotte Lane. Section X-I, John Schufelt, leave my ability as a chautfeur to anyone who can afford to buy gasoline in sufficient quantities. Section Y-I, Norman Markle, bequeath this much-to-be-avoided task, of drawing up this last will and testament of a class, gone forever from Northside 's corridors, to the unfortunate soul, who next year will be unable to escape a fate similar to the one which has befallen me. Item VII-Lastly we hereby appoint Mr. WVilliam Shearer as executor of this, our last Vtlill and Testament, hereby revoking all wills made by us, exacting from him immediately 2B100,000,000, paid to insure the carrying out of said document. In TVit22css lVl1crcof we have hereunto ascribed our names this . 7 12th dav of June 1931 and the testator subscribed its name to this n 7 7 7 instrument in our presence, and in the presence of each of us, and at the same time, in our presence and hearing, declared the same to be its last Wlill and Testament, and requested us, and each of us, to sign our names as witnesses to the execution thereof which we hereb ' do in the 2 5 presence of the testator, this 12th day ot June, 1931. VVITNICSSICSZ A. M. Blodgett, Corning, N. Y. H. TV. Gregg, Clorning, New York. THE NORTH STAR Page 35 Humorous Senior Poem He's not a master of Edgar Poe And of Shakespeare's Verses he knows but few, But when it comes to the football foe, Put in "Red", if you want to come through. Ralphls spelling may be Very poor, His faults may all be great, But he is not a fellow That one can really hate. Ile's got a smile for all of us, Good nature is his friend, You never hear him make a fuss Though work comes to an end. Now therels Viola who goes with Shine NVhy, theylre together all the time: Two birds in a tree, they7re just like this, lf you guessed it was love, you eouldnlt miss. Of all the girls in English elass, There's one that does the best, 'Tis Shirley Smith, the brightest girl- And 11ow you know the rest. There's something I would like to know So caution to the winds I throw, And straight at you this question hurl- How does Turevon get his curl? There's a handsome boy named VVhite NVho played the trombone with delight. The notes he played VVere seldom frayed, But did you hear him Tuesday night? A useless head, has Tom Rossettie Instead of brains, itls full of confetti. He's a11 exoeedingly studious lad And so Very far above par That he always carries a memo-randum pad Such a lad is Robert Starr. THE NORTH STAR Page 36 1 1 UNI R This year the Juniors have conducted themselves with the usual, or shall I say, unusual propriety. We duly elected our class officers: President, Jack Donahue, Vice-President, Leland Young and Secre- tary-Treasurer, Harry Lindbloom. Vile obtained another representative on the Student Council when Dorothy Burdick assumed her place. Sorrow has come to the class this year through the death of Dorothy Cushing, one of its most popular members. We, who are about to cross the thres- hold to the sacred domain of the Seniors, pause to review the past with its sorrows, disappointments, its joys, and gains-then We turn our backs to the past and face the future, thoughtful but undaunted. THE NORTH STAR 1-age 38 THE NORTH STAR Page 39 junior Class Roll Adriance, Kenneth Adriance, Mary Adsit, Leota Allen, Margaret Allison, Florence Anderson, Harold Anthony, Joyce Arnold, Beulah Aulls, Frank Ballman, Alice Bannister, June Bassney, William Beckwith, Winston Bennett, Anna Blank, Margaret Bostwick, Kenneth Brisco, Nolan Bronson, Hazel Burdick, Dorothy Burgess, Beatrice Cameron, Vera Carlson, Rudolph Clark, Marjorie Cole, Donald Cooper, Alice Copp, Franklin Cushing, Richard Dates, Hubert Davenport, Dorothy Davies, Edwina DeMuth, Vincent Denson, Winifred Donahue, John Dorland, Everett Dow, Howard Dutcher, Marjorie Easling, Kathaleen Eldred, Eloise Eldred, Evelyn Fey, Marian Flood, Anna Gaby, Alexander Gray, Raymond Greenfield, Forest Griffin, Josephine Hammond, Helen Haring, Derward Herrington, Ellsworth Howard, Clarence Hoyt, Harrison Hussey, William Iverson, Margaret Kaplin, Mary Knapp, Luther Kniflin, Marian Koster, Violet Krebs, James Landis, Myra Landolf, Genevieve Lane, Isabelle Lane, Mary Charlotte Lindbloom, Harry Loytty, Olaf McCormick, Agnes McIntyre, William Maliszesky, Genevieve Millard, Kathryn Mocker, Anna Moody, Lillian Morgan, Ernest Morris, Anna Morse, Myrtle Moyle, Edward Olinger, Wellington Owens, Marie Parish, Edward Patterson, Edna Pepper, Virginia Peterson, Bertha Pierce, Jane Potter, Billy Pymn, Frederica Rader, Gratia Randall, Nellie Reynolds, Nellie Reynolds, Preston Reynolds, Vernon Richards, Donald Riifle, Richard Rouse, Luella Shaughnessy, Bernard Shettler, Velma Shriner, Arthur Sloan, Vincent Smith, Joseph Smith, Marion Staahl, Gladys Starr, Robert Stebbins, Fay Stever, Margaret Sutherland, Iola Sutherland, Wheldon Swenson, Theodore Swink, Sarah Testor, Bernice Tetor, Willard Thomas, Doris Thurston, Florence Toby, Helen Toby, Laurence Toby, Margaret Tammaro, Michael Trondsen, John Tuttle, Donald Vang, Norman Walling, Frances Warren, Ruth Weaver, George Wilcox, Lester Young, Elroy THE NORTH STAR Page 40 U nvmwf :..,:,-,,-A t ,,, .vx..4r.g..- ., , ,. 'I ,mfs ' Q fi 2 AJ, .IJZ WH ll C We Sophomores say good-bye to you Seniors, who are rapidly nearing gradua- tion,-who are sooirftlo leawfegxtorthside. VVe are blifxhalf way around the course, but we are looking forward to the time when we will finish the race. There are many bumpsconithe track which you have passed .A..r QQ over. We have yet to jump them and keep our balance. There are still two more years of pleasure, happiness and learning ahead and I feel that the bumps will be softened a little as we meet them. Soph- omores, Run harder! Our goal is but two laps ahead. It has been doneg it will be done. l s THE NORTH STAR Page 42 THE NORTH STAR Page43 The Department Heading Cuts used in this issue were made by the High School Art Department and were cut from lino- leum blocks. The drawings for same were made by Leland Young. THE NORTH STAR Page44 ESH EN IIIIIIIIIIIII 'I The Freshman Class of 1930 organiz- ed and elected its oiticers in the latter part of October. The class certainly showed marked judgment when the members chose for President, Cecil Hicksg Vice-President, Guyford Stcvcrg Secretary and Treasurer, Helen Lovegrove. 'TllE Dl0l 1'H S1'A.R Page 46 THE NORTH STAR Page4'7 RADE G GHTH EI 5---me -1 : m z So 2321 ,A-4 0021! In -1 Lv su I V 9 YN' N 'Q if if r 0 S g i 'i""r5.,ea f.g a2'i!f'i ' V ' p "" fl ' fl fl nv ,, A Y' f"WL'52se5il?:6Wf", 1 I N' 3 'Q 1 A Q 'Y---n S E, gl ' m ' g , gihmn 'HQ M 'n' !l rf J " f A-rs:-iv, S - I 'fr A ' In the whole lfnited States there is hardly a man who is not a member of at least one club, society, or other organization on that order. Each club does its bit in helping' the universe along. IVhat a fiat place this old world would be without filly clubs or societies! VVhen you have given the subject some thougzght, you realize what a great necessity clubs are. They enable us to meet new friends and have a better time with the old ones, to speak well and to enjoy life. Right here at Northside we have an excellent stock of clubs. You may become a member of two-thirds of them voluntarily. VVhy not join them? Itlach has a definite purpose. The Student Council acts as a medium between the student body and the faculty. Its ob- ject is not only accomplished, but accomplished well. The Latin Club was established to create a more lively interest in Ilating and the De- bating Society was started to foster an interest in and to improve pub- lic speaking. Just recall how many useful books tl1e Beta Epsilon has given to the library and you will see how this society has benetitted the school. Its object is to improve the Phiglish of the school in every way. There is not one organization in this school that does not have, during the course of the year at least one night of celebration. Is there any one of the members of the Latin Club who does not remem- ber the initiation? The students who are members of our many societies at North- side are tl1e best students. VVhen you have a social gathering at your club and make acquaintances you may be sure you are making friends. By joining these organizations, you aid in accomplishing what they were founded to do. As the object of each is beneficial are you not being a real Northsider? Does it not show school spirit in its true sense? Why not give yourself the chance to truthfully boast, "I am a Northsiderf' THE NORTH STAR Page 50 Senior Play Too much credit cannot be given to Mr. Luce who selected the cast and directed it for the presentation of this year's Senior Play. The cast was exceptionally Well chosen, which accounts perhaps for its success. This year Mr. Luce chose t'SHAv1NGs',, a play adapted from Joseph Lincolnls book by that name. For that important role, the quiet, courageous spirit of Shavings, Raymond Heydortf was selected. He played this difficult part perfectly, nature herself seemed to have adapted him for it. Ann Aulls took the role of the charming and de- lightful Mrs. Armstrong. The young lovers of this play, Maud and Leander-Ava French and George Trumbull-gave a touch of romance and a cause for the struggle between those irate parents, blustering but golden hearted Sam, portrayed by Thomas Rossettie and crabby Phineas Rabbit, Erle Mcliaughlin. Humor and juvenal pathos Were portrayed by Marian Valerins as Bobbie, Mrs. Armstrongls small daughter. Humor, so realistic that it reverted to quaintness was por- trayed by Gabe Bearse, Richard Philbrick. John Schufelt as the for- mer prisoner, but true gentleman, is Charlie Philips, Derward Abbey as the militaristic major-general and Leland Young, as the usual type of verbose salesman, the other three characters in the play, added much to that tinal touch which makes a production a success. So well carried out was it, that the Senior Play can truly be said to have been the outstanding' feature of the year. THE NORTH STAR Page 51 Music Music, real music, is the art ot' expressing thought or feeling in harmonic sounds attecting 311 ll1l'C11t listener in a00o1'dan0e with the mood thus produced. The student of music, learning to express his higher emotions and thoughts more quickly fllld easily, becomes more cultured, mellow and learns to appreciate tl1e finer compositions of the masters. In C0l1tll1l10li performance before audiences, he loses his self-consciousness. If o11e really loves music, it is always restful a11d soothing a11d becomes a means of culture and great enjoyment, while on tl1e other hand, the pecuniary returns to an artist are large. lt 0110 should elect to teach music, there is a COI'i3i1l pleasure in watching interested young people acquire a deep appreciation for this fine art. At Northside High School, we are ottered a splendid opportunity for acquiring a knowledge of music through a regular course in or- chestra work under Mr. Droege. This is supplemented by the work i11 the chorus where the voice is developed. Successful work in the entire course results i11 credits a11d a diploma which every student should feel proud to earn. -R. M. Crlee Club Singing llild become rather less p1'omin0nt at Northside, but this year, with a great many more members, tl1e Glee Club has assumed its place i11 the school activities. This year tl1e Glee Club has bee11 able to combine tl1e four voices, bassos, te11ors, altos and sopranos, i11 a harmony whicl1 is most pleas- ing. The operetta HTHE COUNT AND 'run Co-nn" was Cl1OSC11 this year illld was produced with great success. Witli the remembrance of this year, the Glee Club is looking forward to the years of great promise i11 the future. THE NORTH STAR Page 52 THE Student Council Northside High School Uorning, New York May 20, 1931. Student Body, Northside High School, Uorning, New York. Dear Students: As Secretary of the Student Council, for the year 1930-1931, 'I submit this report of the council's activities. Under the leadership of President, Raymond Heydorff, Vice- President, Harry Lindbloom a11d Faculty Advisor, Mr. Shearer, we feel that we have had a successful year. Vive set out immediately after being organized to put the Athletic Association membership drive over. After We had done this We undertook the tremendous task of framing and adopting a constitution suitable to the needs of the council. VVe found as the Work progressed that our task was not a light one and that it would consume considerable time, but we felt that the benefit that would be derived would warrant our effort. llle attended a banquet, given for lVilbur Hyland of the Acad- emy at the Baron Steuben Hotel, in a body, at which time our president was called 1111011 to give a short talk. We have sponsored programs for Assembly given by the various societies of the school and we hope they have been appreciated by the student body. This year we were asked to send two student representatives to the t'Sportsman's Brotherhood Convention" at Syracuse. Our del- egates were Raymond Heydorff and Jane Foster. Other matters of routine nature were wisely dealt with by the council. The members of the council are: Milton Borel, Dorothy Duke, Jane Foster, Anna Meeker, Dorothy Burdick, George llleaver, Charles Baker, June Bannister, lfllnora Shaughnessy, Lucy Bavisotto, Marian Jones, Barbara Hungerford and Thomas Rossettie. Respectfully submitted, Marion Valerius, Secretary. NORTH STAR Page 53 Beta Epsilon The Beta Epsilon Society was organized this year at a Hallow- e'en party held in the cafeteria. The new members were initiated and officers were elected at this meeting. Our officers for this year are: President, Harold Kimber, Vice-President, Dorothy Burdick, Secre- tary, Dorothy Field, Treasurer, Thomas Rossettie. Our activities have been varied a11d interesting, as well as help- ful in the study of English IV. Among these We mention our attend- ance in a group at the Shakespearian production, "Julius Caesar", at Addison, which helped us to better appreciate Shakespearian style. We have taken an active part in the student programs of our school and have tried to prove ourselves not only an organization for fourth year English students, but an organization for the advancement of Northside as well. MEMBERS: Derward Abbey, Elmer Bills, Ethel Brisco, Dorothy Burdick, Bertha Catchpole, Hubert Dates, Harrison Duke, Jane Fos- ter, Ava French, Wilma Harris, Raymond Heydorif, Norman Markle, Gerald Pierce, Martha Plano, Lucille Reynolds, Preston Reynolds, Thomas Rossettie, John Schufelt, Shirley Smith, Florence Stanton, Sophia Strait, Marion Valerius, Donald VVaring, Leland Young. Forensic All hail the newest and most active society of Northside! The members of this society have plunged into work and have accomplish- ed more than any other society. Several dramatic episodes, a public debate, many society debates, oratory and declamation have been the chief functions. Meetings held every Week have given the loquacious members an opportunity to express themselves. The society is composed of Juniors and Seniors who are inter- ested in all forms of oratory. Under the guidance of Mr. Luce, the society had established itself quickly, actively and permanently. THE NORTH STAR Page 54 Latin Club During' the two years we have been established the Latin Club has attempted to carry out its purpose-to bring about a closer re- lationship with Roman arts and customs. The Christmas entertainment, a play, was produced this year under the direction of Mrs. Kyle and Miss Brown. Dr. Hamilton of Elmira College, in his lecture on the Virgilian Cruise, brought to the Latin Club a realization of how closely we are bound to Roman arts. This year a precedent has been established by presenting to those students who have completed the Virgil course, Hcum summa lauden, a Virgilian medal. Emerging from revolution, the Latin Club feels that at last it has established itself as a permanent and active society. THE NORTH STAR Page 55 The Library Council The Library Council assists the Librarian with her Work and encourages student reading by helping them to select good books. Meetings are held every VVednesday 11oon. The oiiicers of the Library Council are: President, Lucy Bavi- sottog Vice-President, Amelia Hultzmang Secretary, Isabelle Lane. Other members of the council are: Anna Blocker, Margaret Rey- nolds, Doris Moyle, Monica Hickey, Mary Charlotte Lane, Lora Foster, Elnora Shaughnessy, Helen Lovegrove, Dorothy Duke, Grace Falk and Eleanor Lindstrom. THE NORTH STAR Page 56 THE Training Class This yezi1"s trziining' class nnmlmers one of the largest tlmt N0l'i'll- Side has known. ln the early part ol' the year we eleetecl our officers to guide ns llll'0llQ'll the year: I'i'esi1lent, llzirolrl Kimberg Vice-President, Frzuiees Lovg Seerelzirv fllzulvs Seliroexler' 'Fresisiirei' Helen Seln'0eclei'. ., , . 7 . 7 7 Uni' your has been lmusy :intl full of activities-aetivities not only in the form ot' parties, eiitertuiiimeiits and HDl'2lllliSH, but activities in- volving' projec-ts, 0llSUI'Yilil0llS :intl przietiee work, l1l1llOI' the lezlclersllip of our :ilile tezielier, Miss t'rzii'ts. Next year, perliaips, scimewliere, we will be in 21 little retl school- house, striving' to instill in our students those ideals which we lezxrneml to love at Nortllsitle. NORTH STAR Page 57 Alumni Notes Dear Flossie: VVell, Flossie, this time I thought perhaps you would like to hear something about some of our class of '30, After 'tDick" Deegan received his diploma, Corning was not large enough so he left for New York. Evidently school has no terrors for Marion Russell, Grace Haradon, Clara Fish, Evaline Steves, Nicholas Tammaro, Harold Kimber, Marian Harris, Hazel Newbury, Esther Knowles, Edith Heck! art and Edward Coon, for all entered the Training Class this year, and I suppose you know that Doris and Elma VVard, Lenore Smith and Olaf Tapper are students in Geneseo preparing for the teaching profession. You remember in your poem on a Freshman's Life, you said that "To get more knowledge is our chief ambition". Our classmates seem to have remembered that advice for nine have returned taking a Post Graduate course, viz: Ralph Lewis, James Rader, Paul Beck, Dorothy Field, Cornelius Francescony, Dudley Humphrey, Freeman Stanton, Edmund Staahl, and, as you know, your scribe is one of the number. A business career is undoubtedly popular, for both the Mallett boys and LaVerne Taylor are in R. B. I., and you wrote last time that Bernice Smith was with you in Meekers. Several are working in the Glass VVorks-Bob Rossettie is in the Atlantic 8: Pacific and Vllellman Clark is in the Cut Rate Drug Store. l think Helen McCormick is in tl1e Leader Office as a "Hello" girl. Do you remember what a tease Howard Trimble was and how he liked to be the "biggest toad in the puddle"? Anyway, he is in the Navy-or rather the Great Lakes Training School. Probably you knew that Oliva Lamb, '29, earned a Cornell Scholarship and is in that college this year. There, she has been suc- cessful in making tl1e Freshman basketball team. VVe have just heard that Charles Phillips, '27, who has been attending Colgate, has been elected to the honorary society of Phi Beta Kappa, which is the great- est honor possible in college. -Doris Moyle. THE NORTH STAR Page 58 "WW-'Fw -etvfli' f"A'?""5H'!M!'5?4'7375:575'Q' 1' n 'H PM'-3'1'QiQd1' Y Sports Editorials On March 31, 1931, the whole world was shocked at the tragic death of Knute Bockne. Roekne represented the highest ideals in the sport world of today-high character and sportsmanship. He was a man who held the love, admiration and respect of every red blooded American, young andeold. Rockne was a teacher, a teacher of boys, a teacher of football. But, he was more than a teacher, he was like a father to the thousands of boys with whom he came in contact at Notre Dame. The great football coach met death as he would have wished it-and as he wanted his boys to play, not only on the field, but through all life-fair and square. It seemed somewhat ot' a coincidence that on the Saturday pre- ceding Rocknels death, a conference was held at Syracuse University for the purpose of sponsoring and promoting sportsmanship. Fifty- eight high schools in the state of New York were represented. After inspiring talks by Mr. Andy Kerr, coach at Colgate University, and Dean Johnson of Public Relations of Syracuse University, the state basketball tournament was witnessed. Yonkers won the state cham- pionship and Cornwall won the championship of the B division. North- side delegates to the conference were Jane Foster and Raymond Heydortli. 1'PlE1 N OIR'Tl1 S'T.A.R Page 60 Football Our guiding North Star shone with unique brillianey this year and brought Victory to the football team. This year we captured the city and county championshipg from all the games played we suffered only two defeats and one tie. Coaches Jacoby and Wloodworth skillfully directed a team made up mostly of new men, since eight veterans had been lost. Ralph Campbell, James Colaccechi, Edward Hale, Vllilliam Hale, George Trumbull and Leland Young will be missing in next year's lineup. THE NORTH STAR Page 61 5' 6 Baslxetball The basketball team, composed of inexperienced men with the exception of Veikke Tureven, a veteran, has proved itself to have the true "TigerH spirit. Although we lest the county championship, we can review our record with satisfaction since we avenged the defeat suffered at the hands of Ilernell and in a second game defeated them 3-1-16. ln a tournament held by the Y. M. C. A. we captured first place. Veikko Turevon and Vllilliam Hale played their last games with Northside this year, but since there are always better fish in the sea than those yet caught, we expect much from our new team. THE NORTH STAR Page62 Baseball The Northside Baseball team for nineteen thirty-one, by win- ning the County Pennant, was the best seen in many years. A Led by the "four horsemen"-"Shine", "Red", t'Pick" and "Swede", they were forced to taste defeat but once-Addison being the victor. They started the season with a victory at the expense of Bath, and continued in the same manner with a string of victories over Academy, Addison and Post. Coaches Jacoby and Shearer deserve much credit for the time they spent in building this team and we all hope that history repeats itself next year. THE NORTH STAR Pag'e63 Girls' Varsity The varsity girls have shown that spirit in every battle that the tigress is said to have when she defends her Cubs. In every battle the spirit of Northside has come through, victorious and smiling. Mary Adriauee, Viola Capo, Margaret Iverson, Gratia Rader and Dorotha NVoodhouse will he missing in next year's lineup. These five have been the strengtli of the team and it will be dih"ieult to ind their equals. Although there is 110 true league, the Girl's Varsity eau be eon- gratulated, for they are the mythical champions. THE NORTH STAR Page 64 J u n i o 1' Bo ys CHAMPIONS At the beginning of this year's Interclass Basketball, a close race was predicted. After great rivalry, the Junior boys captured this title of Interclass Champions and the cup fell to them a second time. The Freshman and Seniors ottered the most resistance. VVe would say-glory to the victors, honor to the conquered. THE NORTH STAR Page 65 junior Girls CHAMPIONS A second triumph for the Junior girls has been recorded. This year without great opposition the Juniors captured the cup, with Gladys Staahl, star forward. lt' they are able to capture the cup next year, they will receive it as a permanent trophy. Success next year! THE NORTH STAR Page 66 202 bww- 16221-E.. 1 Q-1.5 I.,-2? af J, , Three-1 Guessg5! ZZ. ! asv.. wi 4 ' 8 , jg 5 2? . Alix , .. v - V- ' bf , 5 0 v c-3 5' 0:5 THE NORTH STAR Page 68 Faculty Poems Of this limerick craze you have probably heard. I think itls all absurd. But I will frankly recite And put the teachers in the limelight By telling' things you 've probably not heard. Back of the office, far from the noise, Sits Mr. Blodgett of impregnable poise. "To keep oili the grass- All Seniors must passw Are two of the maxims he always employs. A tall, blonde professor named Gregg,- No one can move a peg, He scolds and he hollers And frightens the scholars, But he's really a very good egg. Do you shiver in your shoes? Do you shake? Are you pauieky? Do you inwardly quake t? As by Room 25 You softly glide For that's the place where appointments originate There is a teacher named Hill, For a pen she uses a quill. If you don't do your best To pass every test Your graph mark will certainly be nil. There is a mauler named .lake Wlho tells how to twist and to shake You have to jump up and down And turn all around 'Til he gives you the word to break. Miss Heath is the secretary at school, YVho is always sitting on a stool, She has a grin- That isn't a si11 For she is very calm Ellltl cool. THE NORTH STAR Page 69 Miss Robbins resides in room number 6 There she soothes and cures the "sicks". Into her oiiiee you may trot, But fall for her, you do not, For itls: "Doctors' excuse" or "Just more t A perpetual teacher called Lane, Just dotes on Charlemagne, When teaching in class She holds regular mass For the dead hero and Spain. Oh what a tongue! It crackles! It snaps! It tells of the tests that have not been passed An appointment tonight in room 35 Be there! Beware at 3:45 Else on your head shall my fury be massed! We have a teacher, named Kyle, Who wears at continual smile, VVhen you get up to recite, If it isn't just right, She will say, "No, that isntt worth whilef, There was a teacher named Brown QBJ Who wore at continual frown, They thought she was sour But that was her power To make her students pipe down. ricks ps There 's a teacher named Gurnsey in room number 3 There's where I go for Geometry He talks and explains 'till his pallet gets dry, Then he says, "any question" and shuts his left eye, While he mutters, HI hope you all seef' Is there a club that begins to lose kick? Send for the doctor! Send double-quick! Mr. Shearer, who is filling That position, is willing To cure any club that is failing and sick. There is a fat teacher, named Lane Every bend must give him a pain But he knows his shop, Like a crook knows the cop, And how he does work that plane! Tl1EI NIDl 1'H S1'A.R Page 70 There is a man named Jimerson, Who thinks that work is all fun He cleans and spoils And fixes with oils- E'en then the machinery won 't run! The English teacher Mrs. Yost Is always at her post, She is cheerful and bright, And ready to set you right Wlierever you need help the most. There was a gym teacher, Miss Holmes IVhose duty was to build up the bones. To make healthy young students Hy jumping-jack rudiments, NVas told us in directness of tones. There was a man called H. M. C. Had a terrible grudge against me. He would speak in a roar, NVhen I came in the door, For I'm not a good student, you see. An English III teacher called Luce Is really very aloof. He stands in the hall, And stares at the wall, Wliile the pupils are raising the duce. When I think of assignments long, Wlien I think of a teacher strong To till up your head With tales of the dead, Mr. NVhitcomb to my mind comes along. IVilliam Droege was the teacher's name, WVho was always striving for musical fame He would make long trips, And give many tips And home with the bacon he always came. Miss Gates, a teacher of English I Is always teaching the pupils in fun, Every once in a while She cracks a smile And then adds, "Get your lessons done." THE NORTH STAR Page 7 1 Upstairs, downstairs, here, there and yon Frantieally rushes Miss J. Brown Here she's lauding Middle Ages, There it's teaching Civics pages Never stopping, never halting, upstairs and down. They say that Miss Rhodes is very unkind, But I think you will lind- tThough, indeed, she is stern, And oft makes your face burnj, She's possessed of a very good mind. He's the big boss on the staff, His li11e makes everyone laugh, Now itis a joke sheet That's hardly a treat, How does the staff stand the There was a teacher named Strait Who had the queerest a' gait: There has been a yarn That shets broken her arm- That gait is a bad trick of fate! Miss Raux is a teacher at school, She has a very strict rule, She shouts all the while "Single tile! Single file!" I wish she would try to keep cool. Quite a tall teacher lives in room nine, She's very clever at Rep. and Design, Miss Stanton's her name, She's always the same, Though she sometimes There is a lady named VVho never goes into a NVith all her books, In all her nooks, She learns from every Elementary English in The teacher is tall and feeds Sage rage. page. 1'O0II1 VCI'y Her name is Miss Dykins, She likes to go hiking, you a line. nineteen. lean. A jollier teacher you never have seen. THE NORTH STAR Page 72 There was an elementary history teacher NVho would certainly have made a good preacher "It's only-days 'till June. You have no time to moon", Is reeoffnized as her main feature. Z5 Into room 5 for Civics I go To tell Mr. IVoodworth things I don't know. I try and I try But I can 't get by, Yet, am I the only one! Ho-Ho! There was a young teacher named Vail Her voice in the hall never fails She entrances her scholars VVith short waists and collars Not to mention the men she enjails. The cafeteria's a room for reception- VVhy, is not beyond our conception For Miss Ehrig eonceives Fruit salads with leaves Things which she thinks aids digestion. THE NORTH STAR Page 73 THE UNHOLY TI-IREE Vol. 13, No. 13 March 13, 2013 Pfuiblished by REGAL VVHITCOMB BIADELINE IJATOURETTE HAEEL Hlriri HEADLINES 10? off on all colored kids. NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST 95500 still is needed for flood fund. Mad dog reports to state board. Men-u young wives can prepare. Drastic out in women's dresses. :M off. Diving into water car turns turtle. More than 1000 Syracuse women cooked on an Andes Range today. Kentuckian held for slaying boy who may recover. VVe clean your dirty kids for a quarter. She was one of the widest and best loved women in Corning. He returned to his duties Monday after several weeks absence due to his death. XVith a slipper-mother runs to hurt son. Man wanted for killing suicide. Miraculous luck. Three men murdered, one uninjured. Fight to aid cattle to go to eongress. Cadets will hear wild animal talk. Lady Solmon-wife of 59 admits slaying. Boston Bull-leaving town. Must sell registered pup-364-s. New Year opens with revelry throughout nation. Three burn to death in roadhouse fire at Peoria. Stray bullet kills one in Chicago and wounds five in New York. Borah to support Coolidge on arms. Arizona judge sentences Quintet to hang in three installments. Yuletide spoiled for children as it comes too near Christmas. Auto deserts dying child. Lions will feed teachers about to quit school. Fall denies taking bribe from Sinclair. THE NORTH STAR Page 74 THE l -VVANTED A combination bed and desk-Harold Gorman. Complete supression over Shine-Viola Capo. George-Absolutely George.-Edythe Tiglio. Free-at NEVV car-M. Gurnsey. A reliable map of Hornby-H. Mooney. A good teacher-Justin Grady. The girl I left behind me-M. Hosier. To be guard on the football team-Mary Charlotte Lane. A loving young gentleman-J une Millard. An engagement ring-cheap-Elmer Bills. An all-talking vitaphone picture machine to teach history-Mrs. Lane. A student who will make bright remarks in class--Miss LaTourette. Someone to chew gum in class-Miss Oldfield. A chauffeur-Mr. Luce. Someone to run the mimeograph machine-Bessie Brown. OBITUARY COLUMNS Erlythe Tiglio Miss Edythe Tiglio passed away with much pomp and ceremony sometime between 1:00 A. M. and 10:30 A. M. this morning after a night of revelry. It has been determined by an autopsy that she died of some unknown and ancient disease of the head. The body will lie in state about six months in the Smithsonian Institute and then will be cremated some morning before breakfast by the Hon. George Trumbull. The ashes will be scattered on the icy sidewalks around Northside High School to prevent some of the lovable members of the faculty from sit- ting sur le trottoir avec une force considerable. VVe hope Satan will 11ot be too hard with her. E rl e M clyaughlm We have just received news of the awful death of Erle McLaughlin. He was found hanging from a flagpole on the campus of N. H. S. this morning by Alfred Rhoads who is held as a suspect. It is believed that McLaughlin was killed by Rhoads when the former indulged in one of his fiery orations against the latter. NORTH STAR Page'75 Miss Brown tin Civics classj-"VVhat is the l7resident's official residence called, Mr. Speer? Bernard rises and gazes around with a bewildered air. After vain cogitation he shakes his head dispairingly, 'tl don't know." 77 Mr. Wloodworth-''Vilhere does the president do his executive work, Mr. Kurchey ? ' ' Andrew-"Pm not sure, but I think it's i11 tl1e conservatories." Mr. lVhitcomb-'WVhat did the king say to Pitt?" Arthur Young-"He bawled him outf' Mr. Vtlhitcomb-'tYou are substantially correct, but that's a bum way to express itf' VVhy is it necessary to go to school twelve years and to college four, just to learn a few little things? Why not have a curriculum something like this? Algebra-AX2 plus BX plus C equals O. English Grammar-Unity, Coherence and Emphasis. Envlish Literature-Thou shalt have but one master and that is C c Shakespeare. French-bijou, caillou, chou, genou, hibou, joujou, pou-tRule not necessaryj. Latin-All Gaul is divided into three parts-Cicero, Caesar and Vergil. Science-H20 equals water. History-In 1492, Columhus sailed the ocean blue. VVhere have we heard these? 'tPut your gum in the basket"-Mooney. "f'omplete that assignment before you leave tl1e building' toniglitf' -Miss Strait. "Hurry Up!"-Mrs. Lane. "ln one ear, out the other."-B. Brown. "Didn't you hear that bell?"-J. Brown. "Keep to the right."-Raux. "June is just around the corner."-Blodgett. VVhitcomb-t t VVho discovered America UZ " Harrison Duke-' t Ohio. H VVhitcomb-'tYou're crazy. lt was Columbus." Harrison-"Yeah, but I didn't think it was necessary to mention his first namef' THE NORTH STAR Page 76 BUGHOUSE FABLES. Punk Hale ordering stiltis. Roberta Meadley expelled because of low marks. Franklin Copp doing the 100 yard dash in ten seconds flat. Mary Charlotte saying HI forgotn. Gunnar Hansen orating on the Shakespearean productions. Thomas Rossettie being bashful. Bob Starr tending strictly to his own business. Marian Valerius an old maid. Mrs. Lane without a smile. Ann Aulls a scrubwoman. Miss Rhodes jumping rope. Miss Gates without Miss Holmes. Mr. Gurnsey praying. Erle Mcliaughlin an intelligent lawyer. Kathleen Easling flanking French. Sophia Strait debating. Mr. Newman singing in the rain. Derward Abbey singing anything. Mr. Chemnitz with a good haircut. Miss Hill flying an airplane. Mr. Droege with the mumps. Miss LaTourette at eighty. Mr. Beck as an M. D. Wlil WVONDER VVhy the teachers give us such dirty looks when we go by them in the hall. VVhy the teachers smile when Miss Heath brings them piece of white paper. VVhy Mr. Jimerson locks his car. VVhat Mr. VVoodworth does for a living. NVhy the teachers discuss our pedigrees in the teacherls meeting. VVhy Mr. Lane wasnlt an astronomer. VVhere the money to pay for this book is coming from. Young Son-UMa, can I give baby a bite of my apple?" "He has no teeth to bite with yet, dearf' 'tflanlt I give him yours, ma '? They're on the bureau." A. Gabye-f'Papa, vot is science?" Mr. Gaby-t'My, how could you be so stupid? Science is dose tings wat says, 'No Smoking'." THE NORTH STAR Page 77 Miss Oldfield. There's nothing in afternoon tea, To appeal to a person like me. There is little to eat, Wliat there is, is too sweet, And I feel like a cow up a tree. H. Duke-Therels a salesman outside with a mustache. Gurnsey-Tell him I've got a mustache. Mrs. Lane tin historyj-IVhat are the races that have dominated English history since the invasion of the Romans? R. VVills--The Derby Ellld Grand National, Mrs. Lane. Isabelle Lane explains her ride on the elevated-"lVe got in the little room and the upstairs came downf, Erie McLaughlin, while walking' down a street, saw the following sign: "Please ring bell for caretaker." After reflecting a few minutes he walked up and pulled the bell. The face of the disturbed individual appeared. "Are you the caretaker?" asked Itlrle. "Yes, what do you want HI saw that notice, so I rang the bell. Now I want to know why you can't ring it yourself?', 9277 Some of our benevolent teachers have consented to tell us a few stories. Aunt-'tYes, Betty, with the new thought, one can accomplish anything. For instance I donlt have to rouge. I simply think a flow of color into my cheeks." Betty-"Gracious I'm glad I don't have such thoughts as that." -VVhitcomb. Doctor-"Deep breathing' you understand destroys microbes." Patient-"But doctor how can I fo1'ce them to breathe deeply."- Shearer. Marion Harrison callino' on Edna -"I've eaten beef all my life 27 . and now I'm strong as an ox." Edna Hovelsen-t"I'hat,s funny, Ilve eaten fish all my life and I can't swim a stroke." Bob Starr-"I'd like to see the cheapest neektie you have." Mr. Bostwick-t'Something a little better than the one you have on." THE NORTH STAR Page 78 Miss Hill-"VVhat's the strong odor in the library?" Miss Sage-"It must be the dead silence in theref' "Who is really the boss in your house," inquired a friend. "VVell, of course, Maggie assumes command of the children, the servants, the dog, the eat, and the canary, but I can say pretty much what I please to the goldfish." Illrle MeIiaug'hlin tapplying for a positionj-"IIere is my diploma in public speaking? Employer-"Very well go out in the other room, and address those envelopes." Ralph Campbell tdropping into the machine shopj-USO that is what you are working' on, Vince. IVhose idea is it?" V. Falk-t'Tl1at depends. If it turns out all right, it's Mr. Jim- erson's, if it doesntt, it's mine." Mr. Duke--"VVhy were you kept in school?" . . 1 Harrison Duke-"I dldllit know where the Azores were." I Mr. Duke-t'In the future just remember where you put tlIII1ff'S.7, -I I Fair Saleslady-"Could I interest you in a Rolls Royce?" Hubert Dates-4'Iiady you could interest me if you were in a sec- I ond hand tliver. ' ' Rastus-"How many yards dat it take for a shirt like dat?', Rufus-'WVell new bein' as we is friends, Itll tell you. I get two out of one yard last nightf' Miss LaTourette-"Judge, I wasn't going forty miles-not even twenty-not even ten-in fact when the officer stopped me, I was al- most standing' still. H Judge-"VVait a minute before you back into something-ten dollars." Mr. Shearer tin Sunday Schoolj-"I fancy I see a new face in the audience. ' ' Little girl--UNO it ain't new, sir, only mother has just washed it." Viola Capo Centering' Abbey's storej-HI want a pound of floor waxf' Derward Abbey-'tI'm sorry but we sell only sealing wax." Viola ther eyes openingj-"I didn't know people waxed ceilings." THE NORTH STAR Page'79 Mr. Luce ttrying to impress upon his English III class the mean- ing of Evil Spiritsj-t'NVell, Lester, you may tell the class." Lester VVilcox-"A man possessed of evil spirits is a bootleggerf' Punk Hale-"I never had such a tough time in my life. I got angina pectoris, then tuberculosis, pneumonia, fllld finally, appendieitis. I don't know how I ever pulled thru, it was the hardest spelling test I ever hadf' Tom Rossettie-"Say Dad, the teacher asked me to find the great- est common divisor. H Mr. Rossettie-"Great Heavens is that thing still lost? The teach- er h d me looking for it when I was a kid." a Leota-'tDo you like eodtish balls?" June Bannister-"I don't know, I never attended one." Mrs. Kyle-"Be careful how you carry the new kittens, Shirley." Shirley-H 0 ves I am earrvinv' them 'very carefully bv the stemsf, . 7 . 7 . T3 - . .1 George Trumbull-"It's strange that the biggest fool always goes with the most beautiful girls." ltldythe-' ' O, you iiatterer ! ' ' Ann Aulls-"But you will admit that I have a pretty face." Ricky-'tEven a barn looks good when painted." i I I 7 VVl1itcomb- I thought you said this was a good ear. It cant climb hills." Gurnsey-"I said, on the level, itls a good car." Gregg-"Don't you think that a baby brightens up a home?,' Jacoby-"I should say so. VVe had the lights burning all last night." Mrs. Shearer-"Bring up some coal before it gets dark." Mr. Shearer tsarcastieallyj-HI thought coal was always dark." Heard at the Teachers' Book Tea: Miss Stanton-"Dorothy, there's a iiy in my ice cream." Dorothy Burdick-"Serves him right. lqet him freeze." Mademoiselle lJa'Fourette-'tShow me some powder, please." t'lerk-"Face, gun, or bugf' THE NORTH STAR Page 80 Miss Brown fin Englislij-ttlVliat three English words do you use the most?" Arthur Gunderson-HI-I don't know." Miss Brown-"Correct, Be seated." lVe know it. Cicero said to his stenographer: "Change the last half of my ora- tions to the subjunctive of botherations, so it will be harder for the coming generations." High School according to Shakespeare Freshman-' ' Comedy of Errors. " Sophomore-"Much Ado About Nothing." Junior-"As You Like It." Senior-"All's Well That Ends Well." If you think these jokes dry, And should be on the shelf, Just take these words into your heart. Hand in a few yourself! Donald Cole-"Look and see how much gas we 've got, will you?" Ev. Dorland-'tIt points to one-half but I don't know whether it means half full or half empty." Little Boy-"Ain't you got no eggsll' Mr. Abbey-"I ain't said I is." Little Boy-"I ain't ask you if you is, I ask you if you ain't, is youtli' You must wake and call me early, call me early, Mother dear. That was often said to Mothers by the girls of yesteryear. But the girls now tell their Maters, as they start out for a spin. You must wake up early, Mother, somebody's got to let me in. Mrs. Carlson-"I am delighted to meet you, Miss LaTourette. My son, Rudolph, took French from you last year." Miss IiaT.-"Well, I wouldn't say that. It was offered to him, but I don't believe he took much of itf' The Rev. M. Foster-"I liked that young fellow you were with last night, so I asked him to come around in his business clothes for dinner tonight." Jane-"0 father, hels a swimming instructor." THE NORTH STAR Page 81 Ave-"And at the end of his letter he put a couple of X's. Wliat does that mean?" Simple Girl-"It means he's double crossing you." Shine-"Did you fill your date last night?" Red-"I hope so. She ate everything in sight." Taxicab driver-"Any part of city for fifty cents." Tom Rossettie-"You can 't sting me twice. Last year I bought the city hall, and they wouldn't give it to me.', Don YVaring-"Marian slipped on her veranda last night." Pick-'tWell, did it fit hcrf' Miss Ehrig-"VVhy do you put powder on your face?" Miss Vail-"To make me pretty, my dear." Miss Ehrig-"Then why doesnlt itt?', Miss Canlield Cin Economic Geography?-''Harrison, can you tell me one of the uses of eowhide?" Harrison Hoyt-t'Sure, it keeps the eow together." Mary Charlotte-"Orval calls Margarette his 'dauntless'." Isabelle-' ' VVhy ? H Mary C.-"Because she's always saying 'Oh dauntless do this, and dauntless do that I' " Ralph Campbell-"VVhy couldnlt they play cards on the ark I?" Red Young-Don 't know. " Ralph-"Noah was sitting on the deck." Miss Brown, explaining tenses-"If I said, 'I am beautiful', what tense is that?" 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Corning, N. Y. MOORE and GORMAN General Insurance Agency Speeial Attention to AUTO INSURANCE Phone 726-J 55 Bridge St THOMAS F. ROGERS Afzfoirwy at Law Rogers Building Corning, N. Y. Compliments of A THENS HOTEL KILLTGREIV ,S FEED STORE Flour, Feed and Seeds Poultry Supplies 119-128 E. Market Street Phone 1049 Try our new Oilgafrefte lllTl'72fTClZiZl7'6 Golf 5 for 50 Very Mild F. M. IVEBSTER OO. Vlholesale and Retail Tobaeeonists 33 East Market St. DR. JOHN L. HOLLY OPTOMETRIST Corning, N. Y. Compliments of E. and W. OLOTHES SHOP Clothing and Furnishings Always First with the Latest Styles for Young Men THE NORTH STAR Page 87 HIGH SPOT ACI-IIE.VE,ME.NTS Corning Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 1927 to 1931 -,R New l fl Avkh QVAV , V. Baron Steuben , Mig Hotel Q-V 7 T ,' 5 fi" 1 Ig fa-figili? Q7 J . ,L J QE Dev' llfleirqgvi World War EAL 6' Memorial , gw- , , i ffl 1 ' is Library M - f,,..:.fif'-M- .sg J-mass v Rehabilitation of Erastus Corning Memorial Clock Tower l Home of New Industry Corning Baking Company New Fox Theatre Corning Chamber of Commerce, Inc., is an organization devoted. to the business, civic, social and cultural development of the entire community. lt's ability to get results has been well demonstrated during the last three Years. The above projects represent an additional investment of over one million dollars in community needs. H. J. DEXTER, President THE NORTH STAR Page 88 OOHNTNG IVUOLESALE' IIHOOERY OO., Inc. Serving the SERVICE GROCERS f1I'0!'r"l'ff'S' Tobarm Uawrly 'fD0ing' Our Bit to Create 21 Greater O0l'1lillg',, "THE AMERIQEAN HOME, THE SAFEGYARD OF AMERICAN LIBEHTIESN UORNING OO-OPERATIVE' SAVINGS ami LOAN ASSOCIATION 51 East Market Street URGANIZED BIAY 14, 1889 OFFICERS: Jnlm O. TVl1ef'Ir'r, President Harry A. Rumi, Secretary TViHiam TV. 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Market St. "The Book Storev ARLANII, PRATT and PHA TT A Ho 1'11vy.Q-A t-La Il? Rogers Block BRClVN,S CTCAR STORE lYl1olesale and Retail 4 XV. Market St. THE' 1?Of'KWELL UO. YVliere Shopping is a Pleasure and you al- ways iind quality Merchandise. Iwi Vs Pr'ffsr'r'1fff Your GRADIYATION DAY ,lIr'n1orif'S 11'ifl1 Pllofograplm UUHNING ART STUDIO Phone 219-VV 12 East Market Street CALL AT P. IV. FIELD ABBEVS Radio X Battery Service For SCHOOL SUPPLIES CANDY ICE CREAM I hone 1516 42 Bridge St. GRCCERIES K MEATS Vive Deliver THE NORTH STAR Page91 CGRN ING GLASS WORKS UOHNING, NEW YORK TVn'rIrVs Largvsf Mm111far'fuw' r Of TECHNIC'A11 GLA SS THE NORTH STAR Page 92 HEAT XVITH GAS Fon PICONOMY, EFFICIENCY AND CONVENIENCE CTRYSTAL CITY GAS CO. Phone 2110 26 E. Market St. NEW SILENT KELVINATOR You have only to see the new Silent Kelvinator in action to realize that the pioneer of all household electric refrigerators again, as always, reaches new and unequaled silence and convenience. Think of a precision electrical device so silent that you will never know it is running, save for the constant cold it maintains in the freezing and food compartments. Then think of the advantages which this silent servant brings to your home-far greater economy in refrigeration-far better preservation of foods, actual improvement of their flavor-sanitary protection to your family's health. These are the results of Kelvinator's 17 years devoted to the constant betterment of electric refrigeration in the home. Come in today to see this reliable home servant-fully automatic as well as quiet and efficient. You can enjoy your Kelvinator at once. Buy it now on Kelvinator's attractive monthly budget plan NEXV YORK CENTRAL ELEUTRIC CORPORATION THE NORTH STAR Page93 RED TURKEY COFFEE TASTES BETTER BECAUSE YOU GET IT FRESIILY ROASTED Why not enjoy coffee at its best-when it is freshly roasted? Thatys the only way you can know now reahy good coffee can be. Just ask your grocer for RED TURKEY brand-then you'll be sure you are getting fresh roasted coffee. VVe deliver it fresh to him every week in air-Light tins that nold all the sweet aroma and flavor. You have never 'tasted a more pleasing blend of coHee than RED TURKEY brand. It's our special secret, and We use only 'the finest coffees, importing them direct. That's another reason why you will al- ways choose RED TURKEY Coffee after the first trial. We pack premium coupons in RED TURKEY brand Coffee, Tea, Baking Powder and Pancake F.our. Send for our big new premium cat- alog. J. B. MALTBY, Inc. Corning, N. Y. THE IVING Sc BOSTIYIOK OO. "Sfcuf1f'1z Cozmfyfs Largest Df'pa'rtmf'l1lzf Stowe" Corning, N ew York DRY GOODS OLOTIIING SIIOES LADIES READY-TO-NVEAR MILLINERY FURNITURE OARPETS, RUGS AND LINOLEUM SILKS AND DRESS GOODS The Largest and Most Complete Bargain Basement in Southern New York May VVc Serve You? THE NORTH STAR Page94 Compliments BAOALLES FLOXVERS, UANDIES AND Ll.'Nt'Hl+lS OTR SPIGUIAIJTY Opp. Baron Sf1'1aI1r'4I2f SITBRING and KING Counselors At Law Trust Company Bnildinv' C Corning, N. Y. C'0mpIimf'11ts of HOTEL STANTON Compliments of R. P. ROBINSON sand- .IEIVELEIY RESTAURANT Beth Bridge Street KIJIJNAN PIIAHJIACY Bridge S: Pulteney School Supplies LEON J. OA LLAHAN Heal Esfafw Enflzange 1'onntz1in Pens Pencils Sglgsmgu Ice t'rez1m Sodas Iffalfm- Fgfllpy Qundwiehes Candy E, R, Ummiall lNl2lg'2lZl116S Newspapers Magvqq. Iffmwr G1'60tiHg' 17211118 Mrs. Franlcm Flasphaler Loan Library B0okkf'1'p1'r Sliznlvnts Always lVc'Ic0me F. D. KINOSIiI'IfY CO., INO. INSURANCE S TANDA HD DRY CLEANING OO. 119 NV. Market St. Phone 1374 THE NORTH STAR Page 95 BONG'S JEWELRY STORE THERE IS A GROXVING DEMAND FOR GIFTS GRUEN WATCHES for Ladies' and Gents' lead them all in time, beauty and design. A good watch will regulate the life of any person. The way regularity grows on a young person, it will continue to do so in later years. We handle all kinds of high grade Watches. Call on us when you con- template getting one. 31 EAST MARKET STREET FORD AITTOMOBIL ES USED CARS TEW MOTOR SALES, INO. 29 VV. Fulleney Street Phone 1237 24 HOUR SERVICE-PHOTO FINISHING IV0I'k left before 4:00 P. M. will be ready the following day at 4:00 P. M. Velozr Paper-Corning Worknfzwz-Eastman Olzflmioals YVe shall be glad to inspect your camera and clean the lens free of cliarge. Now is the time to use this service. ECKER DRUG STORE 47 E. Market Street by T. E. OIBIIIN A PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING Agent for QUIET MAY OIL BURNER THE NORTH STAR Page 96 'A' For PRINTING thafs Ri ght ata PRICE that's Right G0 to CORTRIGHTS I P 0ut of the EXPERIENCE of YEARS eamaes il NEWV PURT LE y.f CIIEQIK These Nrfw Features New Quiet carriage re- turn New Quiet and easier key action New Quiet shift key mechanism New and easily accessi- ble variable line spacer Automatic ribbon re- verse Cenerallv improved and more pleasing lines Six new colors-and Black ...and, in addition, all of the old established lwasie features that are exclusively Underwood ,..that have helped to :nuke Underwood the preferred typewriter throughout the world. X x Y x I 1 i I 1 Out of the years that have been de- voted by Underwood to typewriter perfection-out of its long experi- ence in producing typewriters for the entire world-springs a new Underwoodma different Underwood in featuresmnewin design... new in color...The New Portable Underwood. Quick. Quiet. Easy to operate. Sturdy. Dependable. Convenient to carry...And although it's the NEW Portable Underwood, there's no ad- vance in price. It's 360 complete, or 56.50 monthly on the convenient payment plan. Come and see it today. In Six New Colors and Black Bu y It On Easy Terms lf You Wish THE NORTH STAR Page 98 1 Wx OOATS DRESSES IIOSIERY I' N D ER W EAR at HRA VEMANHS 28 E. Market St. TEJIPLE ami MUINTOSII IX! '. COAL AND FEED ICE CREAM SODA Stationery Fountain Pens UANDY and DRITIS LA MH 'S PH A RMA C 7 Y For Bridge X lVilliums Sts. Corning, N. Y. GEO. T. TVOLFOTT RADIO SPORTING GOODS 58 E. Market St. f'Ol?NlNfl FRFIT and I'FG1L'7'A HLI? JIA HKIJT Phoue 1908 45 E. Market St. I IVE, THE STAFF OF TIIE NORTH STAR wish to express our APPREUIATION to you, OTR ADVERTISERS and regret that other former zulvertisers in our hook could not he induced to zultl their names to yours. THE SUCCESS of this book DEPENDS UPON YOU zuul we believe that the 'EOPLE AND FRIENDS OF XORTHSIDE will also express their Zl1JIJl'CCl?tflOll by offering' you their 1l2lfl'Ol1?tgC. THE NORTH STAR Page399 30-32 East Market St., Corning, N. Y. OIT? PVRPOSE 1. To serve the public, as nearly as we can, to its enti1'e sat- isfaction. 2. To expect for tl1e service we render 21 fair retur11 and not all the profit the traffic will stand. 3. To do all in our power to puck the customer's dollar full ot' quality, value and satist'a1etion. 4. To continue to train ourselves and our associates so that the service we give will he more and more intelligently performed. 0. To test our every policy and method in this wise: Does it square with what is right and just? Vomplini e1r1f'.s of KEENAN BROS. Representing G-HEATER HYDSON EIGHT and ESSEX SUPER SIX H owe of KEEN-ANN Used Claws Phone 1248 32-34 Bridge St. THE NORTH STAR Page 100 Compliments of POTTER RROS. GARAGE AUTO RIGPATR On All Cars Gasoline - Oils - Greases PAFL M. GREEN 351 YV. Pnlteney St. Corning, N. Y. PLA Cllfl OF QUALITY GRYSTAL GITY IFE CREAM PA RLOR 28 YV. Market Street Compliments of GOLE'S DRFG STORE QUICK Suon Rniuxnzrxo Vvliile You XVait Vlvith Up to Date Machinery G. LIPINSKY and BROS. 56 E. Market St. JIM'S PLACE T-9 Bridge St. Real Auto Service Soeony - - Mobile Quaker State Oils I Repairs, Storage, lVashing and Polishing D. GARAPELIQA 5 IC. Pnlt. St. Phone 1817-XV QUICK SHOE Hnminme S1100 Shim' 1'arloV LESTER SHOE STORE HOME OF GOOD SHOES TliE DlOl 1'H S1'A.R Page 101 A SUG GRSTIUN AN Exc'm:sroN BY EACH CLASS T0 ANY mv 'mm NEARBY LAK1-IS. Spvrial mfrls fo sclzrmls. C. E. TV. COACH LINES Compliments of 0 THE NORTH STAR Page 102 01117111111-HIPIYIS of TIIIC OOIYNING PRI,'DE.YTIAL R EPRESENTA TI VHS AT OIIR STORE HA GOOD FITH MEANS MORE TIIAN MERELY SELECTI NG THE RIGHT SIZE. IVE STRIVE TO FIT YOUR BUILD, YOUR TASTES AND YOUR POCKETBOOK- AND IVE DO IT, TOO. FRANK II. SUITS C01'11i11g, New York THE PHOTOS IN THIS ANNUAL XVERE FROM IIEIVITT 'S STUDIO O O I3 A K C O W7I'Cl7'7S OORNING BAKING CO. and TIIE BEST IN BREAD THE NORTH STAR Page103 nuff- 3- TH UB LOTHING OM PANY 14 WEST MARKET ST SELLS IIIGH GRADE ULOTHING HA TS AND FIXINGS FOI? MEN AND BOYS NATIONALLY ADVEHTISED MERCHANDISE AT STANDARD PRIUES ODTAINADLE UN DIGNIFIED CREDIT ALPEHT ,S .lr'zrf'If'r.Q - SIIl'f'l'S7IlIf1IN M Opfonwf1'i.Qf.Q 19 E. Market Street PLVMDING AND HEATING UONTRACTUR G. H. RIKYIAIFDSON PLUMBING AND HEATING 93 E. Market Street Phone 306 YOU Can Depend On IIS, For Good Foal and IvlIfil1IOI'I1Ig Service HAROLD HFBER Telephone 248 L2lCkilXVH1l1IZl Street THE NORTH STAR Page 104 ,OZL fli77'fwAJ g x I lr I, ?

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