Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1939

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FACULTY PCL NAME FIRST PRESENT BIRTH DATE PET AVERSION AMBITION AMBITION Austin, Mrs. S. Carolyn To be a ballet To pilot my own plane I still wonder Onions dancer Barber, Jean To have long To go to the tropics October 8th Snakes black curls Blanchette, Napoleon To wear long Ne'er a worry January 29th The cow instinct in trousers I'IUmaI1S Botnick, Benjamin To help somebody To help Mr. George July 9th Garlic and Mr. George Bower, Helen E. To be a teacher Get out of the Mud July 12th People who do the Brookfield, Elsa Cameron, Terresa Collins, Florence Connelly, Marion Cooper, Pauline Dale, Florence George, Roland J. Haupt, Mabel I. Hunt, Lynn D. Jenkins, Mary King, Mylanwy Krouse, Stanley Lucy, Winilred MacRorie, Verner Palmer, Ralph Prechtl, Winilred To become a writer To wear a hair ribbon To travel To travel To roller skate Stylist None To be a teacher To own a bicycle To teach To wear high heels To be a farmer To be a singer To be a horse doctor To be a minister To go on the stage To travel SOIYIE mOI'2 To go to the World's Fair To sell hanclkerchiefs To travel some more To sing in the Metropolitan Radio sports commentator Not to become as large as Mr. Botnick To draw political Cartoons To find a four-leaf clover To own a farm To do style broadcasts To retire To take a rest To have a home of my own To lose 25 lbs. To be a hermit December 26th This century July 3rd September 1 3th Still pending April 11th Do not remember March 24th March 19th Recently February 19th May 7th January 8th May 27th June 21 st December 14th things they're supposed to Injustice of any sort Mud puddle splashes Cats Getting up in the morning Those who snap gum Dogs and travel Speaking in assembly Quibblers Collegiate sox Late book reports Bunglers Long winters Getting up early Glaring headlights Alibis Chiselers 62

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Q. BEAUTY l shall never become tired of beauty because there are so many varieties in this world of ours. Nature is the mother of beauty, therefore, beauty is everywhere and in everything. ln nature itself, beauty dominates. The colors of birds are examples of this. Watch the sunlight play upon the fan-feathers of the peacock strut- ting across the lawn, changing the hues from a delicate green to a dark blue and bright gold. The yellow and black oriole as it darts among the trees breaksthe solid greenness ofthe background. by its sudden flashes of color. As for our red- breasted friend-the robin--notice his rosy breast against the drab brown of his wings and body. The animal kingdom is also dominated by beauty. The flash of a squirrel as he scampers up a tree, the snapping eyes of a fox disturbed at some mischief, the startled sad eyes of the timid doe when trapped by a hunter: these are beauty. The lazy swishing of a kitten's tail, the graceful leaping of the deer, the stalking stride of the lion: these are beauty. ln the forests and meadows of our land is beauty. There is beauty in the stately pine trees, in the delicate swooping willow tree, there is beauty in the pastel shades of the foliage-from a yellowish-green to a blue-black, there is beauty in the soft mossy carpet of the woodland trails and in the sweetness of a lone flower. Shy arbutus hides coyly under green umbrellas and velvety violets peer at the world from above spade-shaped leaves. ln water ways beauty dominates. The simplic- ity of a country stream flowing leisurely along through green meadows, the flash of the sunlight upon the playing faces, tumbling over each other in their happiness, the ceaseless, tireless lapping of white-caps on the beach: these are beauty. We have beauty in paintings, in statues, in words and in songs. Yet we must admit that each phase of beauty is traceable to the begin- ning of beauty, nature. -Virginia Vosburgh I SO YOU AGREE? Haupt's helpful hints Botnick's buxom build Lennon's last look Krouse's klassy kemistry Barber's bad boys Zimmer's zebra zoo Daly's dainty dimples McNaught's mighty moments Brookfield's bachelor beau Hunt's hypothetical headache Blanchette's booming bass Spicer's spatium spectaculum



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