Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1921

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Frosh Fruits of Thought MY OPINION OF UPPER- CLASSMEN See the mighty seniors, bless 'em, How their weighty duties press 'eml See the curls and "spiffy" ties And their thoughtful, solemn eyes. We admit that we admire 'em, Though they say that freshies tire 'em. List their words with wisdom fraught Yes, they give us food for thought. -Marion Kent. MY OPINION OF THE SENIORS You Seniors hold your heads so high And snub us as we pass. I guess you are the whales round here And we are just the bass. You seem to think that freshmen Are as green as they can be, But you were freshmen, too, one time And greener yet than we. -Valda Schoonover. WHY WE'RE THE HOPE OF THE SCHOOL The hope of our school, dear South- side High, lies in the class of Nineteen Thirty-two. Although we are the fresh- man now, some day we shall he the sen- iors. Our class has leadership, talent and scholarship. Three more years we have to develop these and we shall have reach- ed the goal, yVe may lead in sports and studies. Dramatists or artists we may become. VVe may even be members of the treasured Honor Society, for our class is the future hope of the school. -Charlotte E. Hyde. FRESHIE-JUNIOR I'd like to be a junior, They truly are discreet. Do they see a little freshie As in the halls they meet? Like the Priest or the old Levite, Along the halls they stride. Oh! I long to be It Junior For I'll speak-and walk beside. I soon will be a junior, The hattle's just half done. I'll give a smile to help along, Until the victory's won. -Ida Yeager. MY OPINION OF UPPER CLASSMEN VVhy should we feel bad when a senior ignores us as he passes by? They are just four years-or maybe more-ahead of us. Isn't it funny how they forget their freshmen days? They can't deceive us: they aren't so very sophisticated. You see how it is. They have labored from four to six years in high school to attain such a position and they want to be rec- ognized by humble freshmen. But we wont cry. VVe'll someday be seniors. -John Enright. UPPER CLASSMEN Upper classmen, you are good, And, of course, 'tis understood. You, as well, are just as bright Really you're our guide and light. Don't you mind the taunts you get, Never worry, never fret, You've a good right to be proud, Hark not to the teasing crowd. -Lucille Clunk. Isn't it odd how one forms opinions of others? VVe Freshies choose upper- classmen as our targets. I am not alone in thinking upper-classmen nice, for they themselves agree with me. Anyone can tell that by the manner in which they strut about, casting only a superior glance at us. They seem to feel that they are the only intelligent beings on earth. However, I shall not press my criticisms too pointedly, for I expect to be an upper-classmain some day. -Jane Suter. THE BEST TIP I GOT IN S. H. S. Good tips are rarely given freely. How- ever, I received one that was very con- vincing. A tall, dark upper classman Hashed past me on that certain day. Knowing no better, he hurried on. W'hen he came to the corner he turned it neatly, but seemed to rebound in- stantly. As if by magic one of the fac- ulty confronted him. She told him the rules and regulations of the school, and a great deal more besides. Slowly he walked on. I thought that a pretty good tip. Don't you?-Virginia Graybill. The best tip I received in S, H. S. was given by a seventh grader. VV:-llking along the hall, I noticed a commotion ahead. Consequently I marched right into the turmoil to investigate. Unnoticed by me, a small seventh grader came up behind. Immediately, as was meant. I tripped over his foot. I then tipped onto the Hoor. VVhen I re- gained my equilibrium, no lower class- nien were in sight. However, many upper classmen were making merry over my spectacular tip.-Lowell Moss. MY OPINION OF MY UPPER CLASSMEN Though just a freshman young and green Many seniors I have scene. And now the chance 2 mee has cum Two hall u seniors out, buy gum! Now wur I boss uv this large school U'd cum 2 earth and act quite kool And quit your soreing way up hi VVhere wee purr freshman long too iii. -George Bidwell.

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Sournsinus HIGH ScHoo,r1,, ANNUAL Adams, Esther Arnold, Aaron Anna Catharine Arnold, Ashton, Ayers, Florence Bacon, Ruth Bailey, Elizabeth Ballard, Jack Baker, Frances Bassett, Gertrude Beidelman, Edith Bennett, Albert Bentley, Elizabeth Bergan, Geraldine Bergh, Alma Berry, Bonalyn 9th Year---Class of 1932 President .... ---.- L eWliS KIIBDP Vice Pres. --- ...... Marion Kent Secretary ...... --- Eleanor Wright Treasurer -T ............... Max Taylor Decker, Helena Deibler, John Deibler, Vecra Dewitt, Sara Dickinson, Dorothy Dodsworth, Helen Donahue, Justin Douglas, Florence Drake, Manning Dyke, Irene Easton, Emerson Edgcomb, Rhea Eggert, Dorothy Eosling, Helen Enright, John Ev.ans, Pauline Besanceney, Florence Everetts, Hazel Besley, Elizabeth Bidwell, George Blades, Eileen Bowes, Eleanor Boyd, Doris Breck, Gladys Brewer, Erwin Broich, Robert Bucy, Geraldine Burgey, VVilliam Burnett, Edgar Burn, Allen Butler, Marcellene Cadek, Eleanor Carlson, Richard Carpenter, Ona Carr, VVilliam Carroll, Jack Cassidy, Francis Charlton, Evalyn Chatchew Helen Everts, Harry Fancher, Ruth Farmer, Charles Farr, John Farran, Elsin Farrell, Goldie Fick, Henry Fish, Florence Fitz atrick Thcadore P 1 Fletcher, Genevieve Frick, James Furkay, Joseph Furck, Carol Furman, Claude Gannon, John Gates, Donald Geiger, Frank George, Aileen Gilbert, Lloyd Gingrich, Pearl Goodwin, Freida Chimilewski, Klemene Goodwin, Glenn Churchill, Vera Cleveland, Beatrice Cicconi, Salvatore Clark, Sheldon Clunk, Lucille Cole, Dorothy Collum, Arlene Combs, Dorothy Comfort, Lawrence Condon, Sarah Congdon, Rita Connelly, John Cook, Quentin Cooklin, Marice Cordier, Earl Crane, Marion Craze, Merrill Crumb, Corabelle Daggett, Vivian Dahlgren, Madelyn Dalton, Virginia Davis, Harry Decker, Howard Gourley, Mary Graybill, Virginia Green, Esther Griff, Joseph Griffis, Donald Griswold, Myrle Grossenbacker, Addah Guild, Alberta Gunderman, W'illiam Hadden, John Hagar, Ruth Hall, Alice Hamilton, Garvin Hample, Deborah Hanrahan, Anna Hanville, Alleynne Harbot, Ruth Harvey, Cecelia Hayes, Madeline Hedges, Marian Held, Robert Henderson, Loretta Hewitt, Adeline Faculty Advisers ................... Mr. Winsor and Miss Ulrich Hill, Isabelle Hill, Melvin Hodgkins, James Hoffman, LaRue Mix, Charlotte Monroe, Donald Mordue, Edward Morgan, Edward Holtzapple, Catherine Morgan, Elsie Holtzapple, MargueriteMorissey, Margaret Hood, Dorothy Howland, Marie Hunter, Irene Hutcheson, Marion Hyde, Charlotte Joralemon, Vivian Johnson, Viola Johnson, Framl Johnson, Lois Jones, Frances Jones, Helen Jones, John Keener, Ralph Keigler, Marjorie Kellogg, Howard Kelly, Bernard Kelts, VVilfred Kent, Marion Ketcham, Doris Kimble, Mable Kirton, Gordon Knapp, Thelma Kohlhass, George Kunzman, Edward Lambert, Kathryn Lathrop, Lawrence Leach, Naomi Leonard, Elsie Lewis, Roy Lockwood, Paul Long, Lorraine Long, Lorretta Lovejoy, Alta Lovejoy, Doris Lovell, Eleanor Lown, Jack Luden, Donald Madigan, Gorman Ma Ma Ma Ma Ma digan, Margaret digan, Thomas llory, Elwood pes, Hester ramack, Paul Maynard, John M a M c M c cneal, Evelyn Cann, Gordon Clellan, Norman Mc Connell, Marjorie Mc Donough, Thomas Mc Gill, Gerould Mc Intosh, Gertrude Me ade George Middaugh, Esther Miller, Edward Mi Mi ller, Ellamae ller, Naomi Morse, Carmen Morse, Fred Mosher, Isabelle Motchman, Florence Moss, Lowell Myers, Roberta Nelson, Arnold Newman, Leland Niles, Beatrice Niver, Arthur Niver, Nellie O'Connor, Betty O'Leary, Agneta O'Leary, Thomas Oliver, Agnes Olthof, Robert Osler, Leola Ostrander, Lawrence Packard, Dorothy Page, Fern Page, Ralph Palmer, Louise Parks, Francis Parsons, Herbert Peckham, Olive Percy, Gladys Pearsall, Elizabeth Phillips, James Porter, Harriett Pratt, Walter Preston, Donald Purdy, Elvie Putman, Dolores Quandt, Henry Randall, Ralph Raplee, Carl Reazor, Karl Reidy, Timothy Rice, Lucille Robb, Marian Robinson, Essie Root, Florence Root, Leona Rose, Arland Rosenblum, Irving Rourke, James Roy, Louise Rubin, Fanny Rubin, Betty Rnffner, Glenn Ruggles, Francis Sanborn, Raymond Sandberg, Dorothea Satterlee, Eleanor Scaife, Dorothy Schiave, Frank Schoonover, Valda Schott, Charles Schuyler, Helen Schwager, Elsie Seagar, Harry Sechrist, Victor Segar, Irene Seibert, John Shannon, Josephine Shappee, Raymond' Shipe, Gene Shooks, Agnes Shooks, Ellen Smith, Dorothy Smith, Madaline Smith, Marion, L. Smith, Norman Snyder, Ralph Soper, Chrystal Stage, Ina Stalker, Lucile Stevens, Ella Stiles, Lucille Stowell, John Strong, Andrew Strouse, Leonore Strouse, Marian Suter, Mary Sweet, Eugene Taylor, Max Thompson, Lloyd Thrasher, Lewis Tipple, Ivan Tobey, Kathleen Trader, William Van Dyke, Frances Van Vliet, Charles Vandergrif, Vtfinonu Vollely, John lValters, Alice Vtfarren, Adaline Wfatkins, Alice NVatkins, Louise 'Weaver, Ida W'cigelt, Gertrude VVhipple, Dorothy XVhite, Richard Vifhitman, Evelyn VVhitman, Laura VVidman, Patricia Vtiigstin, Mary Ellen W'ilcox, Beulah Vtfoermbke, Carolyn VVoodward, Evelyn VVright, Eleanor Yeager, Ida Young, Augusta Ziegler, Della Page 57

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