Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1925

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EL-SO-HI ANNUAL H75 joint Will of Class of 1925- Southside High School, Elmira, N. Y. Know all men by these presents, that we-the class of 1925 of the Southside High School, in the City of Elmira, of the County of Chemung, of the State of New York-being of awful age and of solid mind and poor memory, do make. publish and declare this instrument to be jointly, as well as severally, our last will and testament, hereby revoking former wills. E l. All just debts and funeral expenses shall be duly and fully paid. 2. Upon our departure it is our desire that our property shall be divided as follows: SECTION I l. To Southside: All our cherished traditions and one summer to recuperate from the rushing gusto with which we accomplished our aims and formed those traditions. 2. To the Eleventh Year: XYe will only the title of Seniors, which in itself is suilicient. 3. To the Tenth Year: The task of restraining the Seniors. SECTION II 1. To Mr. Edson: Many more happy birthdays at Southside and another Senior Class as good as '25, 2. To Mr. Mcblaugntz A demure manner and a still smaller voice. 3. To Mr. McEwan: A kiddy car to make those corridor marathons easier. 4. To Mr. XVilliamson: Martial Bliss. 5. To Miss Haupt: A home in Heaven. 6. To Miss Grube: Another El-So-lli Annual. 7. To Miss Clearwater: A sunny Wiedding Day. 8. To Miss Stacy: .-X quiet study hall, lifth period. 9. To Miss Brookfield: The nerve to say "Hot Dog !" 10. To Mr. Marcy: A new lease on his perpetual smile, and his iill of egg sandwiches and hot codec. ll. To Miss Callahan: A Senior Play Cast that likes to "get down to business" at practice. 12. To Mr. Tschudy: Golden curly hair. 13. To Miss Laliurt: A correspondence course in "How to frown." 14. To Mrs. Austin: :X "comp" to the burlesque. 15. To Mrs. Short: l.ots of speed. 16. To Mr. Zeller QTessiel: :X new dress. 17. To Mrs. Goodwin: .AX baton. 18. To Mr. Lavigne: XYhat's left of the Senior Class funds. 19. To Mr. Benedict: Freedom from work. 20. To Miss O'Connor: All our cotton stockings. 21. To Miss Henrichon: A man. QCOJI-fillllfd on page 425 Page 41

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EL-SO-HI ANNUAL ctass Qsffsl HISCORY 'D-Crooks 'JL In September, 1921 we entered the Elmira Free Academy as green a mob of freshmen as ever wandered down its aged halls. Then came a time when we were informed that "The September Freshmen will report in the auditorium at 3 145 for the election of officers." XVell, in we went and chose VVilfred Booth, jr., president. Later we presented a play "The Three NVho Pass XVhile The Lentels Boil." XVeren't we great then? But wait until you recall our Sophomore year. john Henry NVay was president. As juniors we returned for our last year at E. F. A. NVe elected John Copley president. Then came january 28 with its historic moving to our new home, Southside High. VVe were the first class to organize. Our officers were: XVilliam M. French, presidentg Dorothy Durell, vice presidentg Leonella Schaad, secretaryg George Enyedy, treasurerg Miss Henrichon, Patron Saint. Later Mary Catherine Daly was elected to succeed Miss Durrell, resigned. Seniors! The Hrst class to be graduated from Southside! That was our chant upon coming here for our iirst full year. During the hrst week, we set a precedent by organizing early under a very capable group of officers. Charles Kuggles won the presidency and Betty Sherman the vice-presidency. Thomas McCarthy was chosen treasurerg Bertha VVeser, secretary and Miss Haupt, Patron Saint. XVhen "Tom" resigned to become business manager of the El-So-Hi Annual, Walter X-X-'atkins was named to succeed him. During the last few days of our third year, a flag pole was ordered by the class and placed during our senior year with fitting ceremonies. Mr. Edson, in accepting the pole for the school, stated he hoped that each senior would be like it, standing staunch and upright for things that are Wholesome and true in the years to come. On October 31 we had our First social activity in the forni of a Halloween Dance. Not only was it unique in that it was the first dance ever held in Southside, but also because of the fine conduct. The class put on a profitable minstrel show in November with the aid of the faculty and the student body, Many outsiders thought that this would be just another school affair, but nearly everyone remarked that it was actually a finished product. ' But February 23 was the great dancing affair-our first annual Senior "Prom l" It was a real success in all respects, socially and financially. Page 40



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EL-SO-HI A NN U A L 22. To Mr. Bement: A stiff upper lip. 23. To Miss King: Someone for whom to cook. 24. To Mr. Hall: Some age. . 25. To Mr. Parsons: A teething ring. 26. To Mr. Sharpe: A class that won't let Carbon disulphide gas escape. SECTION III 1. To Mary Granger: A few nineties. 2. To "Slim" Elliotz: More cigarettes to stunt his growth. 3. To Arlene Antes: Some size. 4. To Edward Dombrowski: Nummy Painton's good looks. 5. To Elaine Feese: A date with a football player. 6. To Alden Danks: Another E Cand a ticket to Brooklynj. 7. To Bernard Hardiman: Senior Class presidency. 8. To Doris Hicks: Betty Sherman's popularity. 9. To Ralph Enyedy: George's place at Southside. 10. To "Bud" Towner: A new "sugar." ll. To Lue1laWaid: Dates! Dates! Dates! 12. To Francis McCarthy: Some freckle cream. 13. To "Art" McNamara: "Bill" French's good marks. 14. To "Bob" Thrasher: "Lawrie" Sides love of nonsense. 15. To Tim Connelly: Another year at Southside. 16. To Ruth Hebbe: Luck with out-of-town fellows. 17. To "Lawrie" Hoblerz Ruth. 18. To Ruth Newell: "Lawrie" 19. To Catherine Crowe: More keen clothes. 20. To Donald Butters: An alarm clock. 21. To Bernice Gorman: Someone with whom to flirt. 22. To Francis Nelson: A little-girl lisp. 23. To Martha Vallely: Some nerve. 24. To Louise Smith: Long tresses. 25. To Arlene Phillips: A big fellow. 26. To Catherine Conklin: Prominence. SECTION IV 1. To Mr. Lane and his staff: Some students who are naturally neat. 2. To the ladies of the Cafeteria: Our everlasting thanks. 3. To the "El-So-Hi:" Our last nickle. 4. To the Parent-Teachers' Association: Patience. Other Clauses K I. Request. We desire that all Regents Exam. papers be cremated and the ashes deposited in the flag pole plot. II. And we hereby appoint Santa Claus sole guardian and trustee of our infant children, The Eleventh year and Tenth Year, during their respective minorities. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hand this fifth day of June, 1925. Class of 1925 Signed by the said testators by their direction and in the presence of us, who at their request and in their presence and in the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses. ' UNDA GRADUATE PEDA GOG. Page 42

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