Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1929

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SOUTHSIDE HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL Alba, Marion Allen, Earl Andrews, Doris Andrews, Irene Andrews, VVinona Bailey, Carl Ballard, Kenneth Barrow, Eloise Barrow, Louise Bartis, Stephen Beers, Shirley Benjamin, Anna Mae Bennet, Ralph Bentley, Frank Berbary, Alma Bishop, Harrison Blake, Thomas Blake, George lloyd, George Brendal, Florence Bryan, Kenneth Bryan, Leo Buckbee, Ruth Burris, Aprilla Cady, Bernice Campbell, Mary Jane Carroll, jane Cogswell, Eula Cogswell, Jerome Collson, Melvin Conklin, Marion Connelly, Polyanna Corbett, Robert Corey, Mae Louise Courtright, Rena Cox, Betty Crandall, Aldean Dagastino, Albert David, Emma Deegan, Eleanor Deegan, NVilliam Denson, VVenon.ah Dibble, Richard Dix, Elsie Douglas, john Dunbar, Roy Dunn, Virginia Edler, Geraldine Elias, Anna Elliott, Lydia Elliott, Thomas Ely, Kenneth Ely, VVinifred Everett, Lorraine Ewing, Russell Eyres, Charles Farr, xvilllfllll Eighth Grade Fiester, Jean Flayhart, Clarence Fleming, Vivian Forsaceca, Erminia Foulkrod, Florence Freeman, Lynn Geiger, Walter Ghen, George Girard, Viola Goldsmith, Betty Grady, Kathryn Griswold, Jack Hallock, Ruth Higgins, Mildred Howard, Emily Huff, Ira Hurder, Glenna Hyde, Russell Ingalls, Richard Johnson, Clarence Johnson, Evelyn johnson, Mary Jones, Harry Kelly, VVilliam Ketchum. Thelma Kniffen, Leah Ladd, Eunice L'Ainoreaux, Raymond Lawes, Marie LeGro, Miner Levine, Gertrude Lewis, Mildred Lilholt, Helen Lovell, John Ludington, Helen Lundgren, Florence Lynch, joseph Mace, Ruth Monnochio, Anna Mathews, Marjorie Mattison, Dorothy Mayo, VVillia1n McConnell, Reno McSt.:1y, Maxine McVVhorter, Betty Miller, Robert Miller, VVarren Monroe, Virginia Morgan, Jane Morrison, Gladys Morrison, Norman Morse, Earl Mortimer, Thelma Moseson, Helene Mosher, Evelyn Muisener, Charles Nagle, Clyde Nelson Merle Newell, Walter Nichols, George Oldham, Robert Olivey, Herbert Olson, Merrill Paine, Ruth Paul, Harold Prochilo, Marie Reed, Annabelle Reese, Howard Reynolds, Joseph Ripley. Beatrice Rose, Charles Saunders, Clarence Sehmick, Jesse Sclionbacker, Otis Scott, Lucille Scriver, Albert Segar, Ralph Sheeley, John Simmons, Ruth Sloan, Robert C. ' Sparling, Donald Spencer, Virginia Sprague, Curtiss Stadelniaier, Frank Stein, Aaron Steinhelpher, Martha Stewart, Letha Stone, Maurice Storch, George Stowell, Robert Stratton, Jane Strong, Gould Stropes, Mary Sweet, Ansell Thorne, Arthur Tongue, Clayton Towne, Grace Truesdale, Douglas Tupper, Barbara Van Duzer, Marietta Vetter, Herbert XVainright, Carl VVe1ls, VVilliam VVertman, Florence Xlfhipple, Mildred XViles, Jessie XVilliams, Bessie Vllilliams, Howard XVilsern, Elizabeth lVinner, Durward NVinters, Bessie XVladis, Arthur XVood, Elinor 'XVood, Marion Page 59

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SOUTHSIDE HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL Page 60 Eighth Year Ejaculations WHAT MAKES THE EIGHTH GRADE HARD Eighth year is a year which is dreary, for you seem quite near but yet far from the high school period. -Reno McConnell. XYhen you pass from the seventh to the eighth grade you think tO yourself: "l aln afraid l XYlll not pass ll l dont work pretty hard." You are getting ready to enter high school and are ex- pected to characterize your wolk with neatness and accuracy. You are also ex- pected to refrain from all silly tricks and remarks. Eighth grade students are be- ginning to grow up and find it hard. -Ruth Hallock. WHAT MAKES THE EIGHTH GRADE EASY Don't you think it is fun to find out new things th.at we didn't know before? 'lhat's all the eighth grade ls, finding out new things that are just as easy as walk- ing.-Ralph Segar. During the seventh grade school seem- ed to me a terrible pl.ace, a prison as you might say, but l have changed my mind very much now and consider it a place in which to learn things. And believe me, you have learned a lot after you are in the eighth grade, but l expect to learn more.--Mildred VVhipple. The eighth grade is easy because the teachers are always willing to help you i. you are in distress. All you do is to send out your S. O. S. and the teacher comes to your rescue. The agony of the solid day is lessened by a period in shop and gym. The teachers give out short assignments which can usually be done in class. The eighth grader should have an easy time.-John Douglas. HOW IT SEEMS TO BE AN EIGHTH GRADER I think that being an eighth grader is quite an honor. Being in the eighth grade means that we have nearly finished the grannnar grades and have begun some of our work for high school. lt also means that we have started the work we wish to do when through school. l think that it really means a start in life and that we should do our best to keep up the honor that the eighth graders had before us.-Lorraine Everts. Gee! but some of you seventh graders could make up a song of your own called "'l'hat's My VVeakness Nowf' I am sure all the rest of the school will enjoy hear- ing your song when you get it finished. -Mary Stropes. WHAT MAKES EIGHTH YEAR EASY The eighth year is one of the most in- teresting years of all the grades, because l. Arrangement of our daily pro- gramme. 2. We know the school better. J. We know our classmates. 4. X'Ve are used to the te.acher's methods. -Ellen I.. Elliott. The eighth year is much easier than the seventh. l. You are not among so many strangers. Z. You then know the rules of the school. J. You are not lost and late to class. 4. You also know what the school ex- pects of you. 5. You .are ahead of the little seventh graders. -Vivian Fleming. ADVICE TO THE SEVENTH GRADERS lf you want to make anything of your- self work with the teachers and they will work with you.-Leo Bryan. VVhy use the cafeteria as a music room: The cafeteria tables seem to make wonderful drums for some of you. 'the soup makes a good instrument. lf you must eat soup that way, try to start on "do" and go down the scales, not l1.alf- way and back. And for heaven's sake tlon't drum with your knife because it sounds like my HIVCI' and if you must drum, drum with your spoon as it sounds lnore like a drum. SO after this please listen to the concerts and not play in the band.-Clyde Nagle. This is station h-e-e-d broadcasting. Please stand by for some good advice given by Mr. Eighth Grader.. "VVhen in Southside High do as the Southsiders do", which means to always act as a lady or gentleman. We are sure that if you take our acl- vice, you will not only have a better school, but will obtain two valuable things, education and friendship. -Harold Paul. ADVISE TO SEVENTH GRADERS Do you f'Seventh Graders" do the best? Yes! You do. Are your mouths always going? VVell, I'll say! Are you forever lunning through the halls? Nothing but! Do you holler and yell! The majority iules. Are you often unruly in the cafe- teria! I'll say you are! This sounds rather hard, doesn't it?-Robert Oldham.

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