Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1939

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Page 42 text:

SENIOR PLAY On Friday and Saturday evenings, December 9 and 10, 1938, in the S.H.S. Auditorium the an ways resounded with the excellent performances of several talented seniors as they presented Seven teen" by Booth Tarkington with the following cast: Mr. Baxter . Jane Baxter . . . Mrs. Baxter . . . William Sylvanus Baxter . Johnnie Watson May Parcher . Lola Pratt . . Genesis . . Joe Bullitt . . Mr.'Parcher . . George Crooper . Ethel Boke . . Mary Brooks . Wallie Banks . . I 38 . Nelson Bystrom , . . Miriam Marks . Mary Catherine Cahill . . . Stanley Brown . James Waters . . . Jean Lewis . Dorothy Fancher . . Paul Scrimshaw , . Howard Heron . Robert Steinhauser . , . Jack Raplee . . Barbara Kerlin . Barbara Goodwin . . Robert Lofstrom

Page 41 text:

RICHARD BENNETT Hendy Ave. lndustrial Likes machinery, his ambition is to be a toolmaker. WILLIAM BRIGHT Parley Coburn Industrial An athlete, Bill's eager for success in life. Boys' Athletics, Arts Society. DONALD CROWLEY St. Mary's Commercial Brilliant red hair, the girls just stare. CHARLES GA NTERT St. Mary's College Tall, athletic, nice to know. Boys' Athletics. ELEANOR HARDER No. 11 Commercial Her sense of humor draws many friends. El-So-Hi, Hi-Y, Ushers' Club. HOMER MATTOON Penn. Avenue Commercial Future leader ofa jazz band. DONALD MEISEL Parley Coburn Commercial A go-getter if there is one. GEORGE MITCHELL Riverside Avenue Academic Slow and easy, that's "Mike." ROBERT MOODY Parley Coburn Academic He'lI be a Navy man, and a good one. Traffic Squad 3. JACK MURPHY No. 9 Academic Good natured, active- atypical Irishman. Boys' Hi-Y, Poster Club, Boys' Athletics. IN MEMORIAM ROBERT COLLIER December 17, 1920-December 4, 1938 37 CAROL PRESCOTT Olean, N. Y. Academic Friendly, cheerful, always a pal. MARIETTA SHERKUS Edgeworth Commercial Ambitious but quiet and reserved. Glee Club, Student Council. MARGARET SCHULENBURG Hopkins School Academic Margaret's our librarian- courteous, kindly, congenial. Library Staff, Girl Scouts. GENEVIEVE STRYZINSKI St. Casimir's Commercial She's genuinely likeable- loves to dance. HARRY WILKINS Penn. Avenue College He'll be successful in whatever he tries.



Page 43 text:

SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the class of '39 of Southside High School, having attained to the highest degrees of cranial development, overly anxious to imprint our humble worth upon this world, influenced by the thought of no more homework, and being of half-sound and impractical mind, do deviate from our regular study-hall nap to announce this our first, last, and soon-to-be-forgotten will and testament. ln order to save the expense of added desks, we, the Seniors, do bequeath to our Alma Mater fewer post-graduates for the coming term. With the payment of a few more installments, we shall be able to leave to Mr. McNaught a sling for the lndian's arm and a new tail for the horse. To our Faculty Advisors, Miss Haupt and Mr. Hunt, we express our sincere gratitude for their splendid supervision and enduring patience throughout this, our most exciting year. Perceiving duplications of our laudable individual qualities in the blooming personalities of our beloved under-classmen, '39 sees fit to bequeath the following: -To the next Senior Class President, the worthy crown and sceptre of Danny Backer. -To William Tupper, Philip Reed's well-earned scholastic standing. -To Harvey Wolf, the adolescent love affairs of Stanley Brown. -Agnes Scogland bequeaths her faultless attire to Pauline Janowski. -Robert Steinhauser leaves to Nathan Schoonover his unsurpassable gift of gab. -Mike Abbott bequeaths to his kid brother, Tom, his glory-worn football suit and number. -Jean Lewis and Mary Lynch bequeath their perfect friendship to Wilma Cole and Marjorie lves. -To his successor in the Class of '40, Bob Brady bequeaths his ability to thrill the faculty with torrid swing assemblies. -To Ethel Outt, that these halls may continue to resound Eleanor Lown's giggle. -To Charlotte Hewitt, the charming personality of Luella Petticrew. -To Dorothy Wheeler, Virginia Shea's version of the Buffalo Hop. -To Leroy C"Buck"J Snyder, the winning smile of Walter Anderson. --l, Roy Palmer, bequeath my volume entitled "Argumentation" to Lawrence Ayres. -l, Marguerite Strouse, bequeath my headaches and worries concerning the El-So-Hi publications to the future editor. -l, Betty Jacque, bequeath my super-agreeable disposition to Joyce King. -We, Margaret Biggs, Marion Davies, and Eleanor Johnson, bequeath our athletic fortitude to Beatrice Emerick, Malvina Mitchell, and Hazel Broich. -We, Norma Tunnicliff, Marjorie Baldwin, and Pat Lynch, bequeath our worries as assistant directors of the Senior Play to our ambitious successors. We, the undersigned witnesses, having been duly dishonored by the Senior Class in being called to bear witness to this absurd verbal effort of a delinquent mind, do submit our worthy signatures hereto, as witness thereof, in the full belief that all students are created dumb. Ed U. Cation l. B. Dumb O Will l. Graduate THE MARCH OF "39" September, 1935-S.H.S. traffic squad called out to search for Class of "39," son of Elmira Public Schools, believed to be lost somewhere in the vicinity of the Cafe while looking for Room 212. October, 1935-Crowds gather at doors of auditorium as Freshman Class advisers, Miss O'Connor and Mr. George are carried out on stretchers, completely exhausted after sub- duing a row over the class colors. l l "39" Marches On l l March, 1931-Sophomore Hop a huge success: 8:00-Gym is completely surrounded by stags fearing the charge. Two couples brave the dance floor. 10:00-Floor is weakening under the stag line. Three couples "trip" to the soothing strains of "Tiger Rag." 39

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