Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1931

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'1'-.'-5C+IF'.'-.TIC I-'E ELIZABETH REIDINGER SWEET TOOTH Squaw keep tepee very neat. She like to drive running wagon. Sweet Tooth like to watch game when braves kick ball. She like make Indians in tepee do what she wish. She eat much black cake that pale- faces make. Sweet Tooth keep pic- tures of all tribe ceremonies. MARGARET RHODES No1sY BROOK New maiden come to tribe-tribe like her. Tribe say she be big noisy one at games. Pretty maiden yell through big horn. Tribe shout back -go wild-make hostile tribe run the gauntlet. She wear Wigwam col- ors-make big whoopee-noise go up to stars. ALMA RUFFNER WHISPERING TREE Whispering Tree quiet-talk little to pale face. Story about fox, wolf and big brown bear she tell papoose -tell with tinkling voice. Whisper- ing Tree talk about Happy Hunting Ground. All tribe like heap nice squaw. CATHERINE SCHMELZER RUNNING FAWN THE FIRST Um-um! nice Indian. Pale face no match for Running Fawn the First. Tribe likum sweets she makes. Fawn teasum young bucks for beads -young bucks make beads-Pawn wearum. Tribe like Fawn. She make tribe good Indian. LAURA SCHMELZER RUNNING FAWN THE SECOND Running Fawn the Second much like Running Fawn the First She like to know all tr1be legends Heap like to swim Running Fawn make pale face fast race In water I summer she follow long trall In for est with tepee VIRGINIA SHAPPEE WHITE LILY Much fair hair like water lily. She proud of her locks. Take much pain that every hair lie side by side. She like only he friend to squaws and Injun maiden. White Lily work hard-she good squaw. MARGARET SHEIVE Si ing Breeze ce music li ng wi g airie. a ll i wee song. She SINGING BR EZE l s to birds. From dawn to ark Si ing Breeze makum all tribe h ith pretty music. She always sa all tribe-makes friends wi re kin or pale face. GERALDIN E SHERMAN TRAILINC ARBUTUS Quiet maiden. She like eat all time. Trailing Arbutus dance to tom-toms. Someday she do work in big wigwam. Maiden want do good work in tribe legend. She no like rise with sun. Always she behind. BETTY SHULTS AUTUMN LEAF Autumn Leaf she like much pony riding. She heap nice on steed. She like autumn-pretty-with pretty color. She makum nice Injun for Wigwam. Autumn Leaf like much to knock little ball over prairie with slender stick. DOROTHY K SMITH HAPPY WATERS Happy Waters makes red skin happy She dances war path with big chiefs All braves smile for Happy Waters Some day she pound W3.I'l'l0l' . a t ' W' . Eg .. -.asf H I , , we .I .ssrsgfwiifssf , 'gf S fig? Si flifgfggii ., .- .sk e5,':v.a,fr.f. , ya T awe.-iw.. . .... ,,, , . Wigs . 53. .5 . E if , if as '. Y 1.4:-u I Wil X225 ' . ' . l vrt. . .' n corn and make moccasins for brave ' gt 'il' ' ' WL? 3 ' D ' V, .Ji at-It X I I 1 I I I I I

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'E"fC+1E"K+Jf-E"-EC ISE' 1' 1 f 3 ,f ,ff ,if ,. gf P iVIfMosH1-:R j OON MAIDEN if Very quiet. . Her on Maiden h ap s squaw liku. ea tre g m Her li' c raves, too. e her ow-wo '. Good war ancer. eap Ion . nw trail. Likum ' r. .- Sleepum all day. Heafa night. ,f 1 AILEYNE MURPHY 'rw1NK1.1Nc TOES Maiden like ,much to be in triba' dance-dance for other tribes. Like heap much to ride in canoe. She go through water like fish. How she like hear braves sing! Twinkling Toes no like snakes. She no do tribe work. She make heap much music on tom-toms. ' ,. KATHLEEN MURPHY CLEAR BROOK Lil-ze bright colors-make young braves gaze-follow at her heels. Tribe want something-go to maid- en. She always do what tribe ask. Tribe like way Cray Eyes do things -always go back again. Young bucks give'er good time. Her dress please them-many beads like rain- bow-make her eyes shine like stars -happy maiden. MARY O'BRIEN LAUGHING WATERS Bad case laughing sickness may- be--everything strike her funny- tribe wonder why. They no see big joke. She do dance to stars, to pines, to waterfall. She like good things to eat-makes sweets for tribe. Maiden make good agtievery- thing. 3 ,fe 5- ' Q 1 1 V . Q gi 'ft MARY EARY it -- 1 ig U 'LPS ' R Li -' heap mer l a- h. Rest tribe um heap uc e ' like ollo t il to India 'J . j' . No li r ian w , peak. Lik r'w ll g 3 ' loop. Knoc ball' ih tic ,'too. uby Lips like ea' oo t ngs. M u ,'- it ANNA K. OSBORNE SILENT POOL Maiden everybody take to quick. Kind all tribe like. She very fond of four-footed animals. She make friends with everything. Light as South Wind on Summer evening when she dance. Like open fields and wind-go long way from village -no afraid alone. She going to bring good things to tribe-help Injuns in time of famine and sick- ness. EVE PHILLIPS NUT-BROWN MAIDEN Heap big way to come to tribe there. Work Ho e council, never lateg always Very kind with tribe friends. outdoors in fields please her. p to make belts and beads for Indian maidens. Like tribal councils. Col- lects weapons of forefathers. LOUISE PUTNEY DARK EYES Heap pretty Injun-much love fun and young braves. Keep'em on the jump. Feet move like lightning to tom-tom. Tribe watch her hands- slender fingers, taper like wild iris stalk. Tribe watch princess much -proud of lovely maiden. Make tribe think of wild rose-pink and white. CLA BELL RAPLEE E NING R A Want bi av r to . She pla bn big n iseu' box. of thing e like throw ba igh. Kee eye-hit ark ti s. No i e to g 'p fr f tribe- fo get wor they ike morn- ' g glory. uch mo! 'like to keep cool. Brown arm flash through he water. V xx S. R YNOLDS RI ' LING WATER -.W S ' ma JK un-dark eyes ash. S ' show'e -make squ ws heap ig trou le make'm l gli' till double . ghiefsxno know .how to A, ' ' ow shgisfo aiden- ' is a strange . N uzzles e she cl most mayb no Send She f trufli. .-il , iouaws. :T give herh X rk-may- iden to ch a maide ' no care. I I , . . 'lk v s X I - . 'i '. it nf f Sweets for fe 0 'Q V . can make -- d ' anything 3 . 5 ' when she no want to , , , it , , 'g ' , " H. X 1'-3-'C+JE'5i+Jw.fC3f'5.'.-'FC 16 afm- 'E sr 1 :P A Xb' t QE' P 9 . .. .. Q 3? 1? ,R- fs 3 sei? -R.. rf 5' 'fr l U. . .. --7: ff? iiflk - fi' , . l., - i' S, K Xa sa" , i ..... Q ,M R.



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EE'-EC-F." I fi X e 'i hz' . v ' l 5 SCHU R n ' :' BIG SMI K- ea A '. .ad long ta ' al warf e andy! a Inj n, raves. She go to Wise Q in tribe. Hea lenty goo ' ngs. Maybe one big Injun t ' much of her. She never wo -happy maiden. ,X ' IRENE SWEENEY f SWAYING PINE Swaying Pine play warriors' games heap good. She like to war dance in wide open spaces. Pale face teachers make Swaying Pine happy. No like peace pipe. Maiden eat heap lot berries from forest. Um-m-ml ' HELEN THOMAS GRAY DAWN Some squaws like to work hard. Here is one-all time in house of learning. She do very well. One day she go to big settlement for tribe who send her. There she learn ways of others. Then she come back and tell own tribe. LOIS THOMAS 3 TOMMY HAWK She h p sweet m en. Likum to si ' oft f tr a si . Music fl ' s n ears of trib no like to look at litt res. They make er head go roun and round. Maiden lo e to play better than work ' Je. LUCILLE TYDINGS BLACK Baows Squaw of many laughs has very black eves and brows She like to dance much also play game where she h1t ball with stick into hole Best of all she love for meat cooked like Indians who smoke pipe o drink fire water MILDRED SMITH LITTLE TROUT Little Trout heap small--tribe like small Injun girls. Little Trout go swimming much-like water. Like little tro11t, she leap quick. She make many red skin friends. Little Trout heap nice squaw in tepee- like work-sings plenty. RUTH SORENSON DAWNING SKY Dawning Sky she make nice pic- tures for tribe. Like much to tell tribe future. g'Wampum, Wampum," she cry day and night. Chief with tall feathers she no like. Know tribe history good she wants. Like much sweet apples fix like melting snow. INA STAGE SUN FLOWER Maiden work hard. Much she take care of other Injuns. Sun Flower ride horse. She like keep wig- wams clean. How braves please her! Sun Flower want one big brave. She no want hard work. Maiden be nice squaw for brave some day. FRANCES STEVENS NIMBLE FEET Active maiden. 'How she like play games! Nimble Feet no like tell tribe lore. She much like help big spirits. This maiden admires heap tall brave. She no like weak- footed Injuns. BARBARA STODDARD srru WATERS One quiet maiden She like keep tiles in own heart Still Waters say she no like work She like good time How she want see other tribes' Still maiden go through lox ely waters ,xgaa LQ? .Fax ,Bu owl' 2 4 - - ' - - . - . ' -1 .'..: C ri with strong herbs. Black Brows H0 river like fish. Maiden like watch ji, harris ' r ' - Aiel ' - - -"' ' Mini M ,iff XA X

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