Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1941

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Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 68 of 98
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Page Sixty-six E D S O N I A N June, Nineteen Forty one BUSINESS CLUB ' OFFICERS President ...... ............ . .. Ailene Held ' Vice-President . . . . , . Betty Judge Secretary .... ..,.. B etty Piyde Throughout the year the Business Treasurer .. Marshall Slflltil Club has held meetings every other Advisers U , , , M153 Balbgy Week with picnic suppers as occa- M1 Botmck sional social gatherings. For many years this club has functioned in school to promote the interest of commercial students in the World of business. It acquaints them with the facts and problems of the busi- ness world in an effort to prepare them to enter this type of Work with a deeper and more practical knowl- edge of what they will encounter. They are endeavoring by their club activities to raise and maintain a higher standard of training for business. ln order to become a member of this club, students must be in the commercial department in school and recommended by teachers in the com- mercial department. They must also be accepted by the present members of the club. Students are initiated into the club in September and Janu- ary. I ast Fall Miss Barber became co-adviser with Mr. Botnick. In November a Nickelodeon Dance was sponsored by the Business Club. The recorded strains of the most popular dance bands gave all who attended an enjoyable evening. It is the practice of the business club to invite local business men to Margaret Armstrong Betty Brink 1 Theone Brooks Thomas Brooks Norma Burdick Dorothy Call Hila Campbell Lois Currier John Donahue Erma Eddy Jean Guile Arlene Held address them at their meetings. The most recent speaker was Mr. Charles Adams, a local stock and bond sales- man. Mr. Adams presented the mem- bers of the club with first-hand in- formation and experience in the fi- nancial world. Southside 's Business Club has been one of the most influential organiza' tions in the history of the school and it is looking forward to a future as successful as its past. David Huffner Betty Judge Donald Kreisler Harold Lampman Francis Lockner Alice Loop Loretta Madell Ellen Moody Anne Morse Harry Mosher Helen Nagle Jean Oberist Imogene Osgood Betty Pryde Russell Reid Haskell Rubin Lucille Saltus Ruth Schanbacker Janet Shaw Marshall Smith June Sorenson Evelyn Taylor Lois Thorneley Norma Williams Betty Wolfe -June Woodhouse

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June, Nineteen Forfy-one E D S O N I A N Page Sixty-five GRAPHIC ARTS SOCIETY Work of G., A. S. , OFFICERS Credit 'ro School Remember that Wednesday when report cards came out and yours was bad? We printed it. Remember that little yellow slip signed C. F. M. that called you to the office? We printed that. Remember the overdue book from the library that made you pay some tax, and the little slip you received in your home room? We printed that. Remember that day that a good show Was on at the Strand and you yielded to im- pulse? The next day your parents received a post card saying that you were absent from school the day be- fore. We printed that. On the other hand, remember the good times you had in the library? We printed those library permits. Did you ever see all the records that the Board of Edu- cation keeps about you? We print- ed those too. Although some of the articles we have printed have been connected with your serious moments, some of them have brought you the happiest times of your life. How could you forget those little name cards you gave your girl? We printed those. Remember the novelty program that entitled you to dance with the belle of the ball? We printed those. The hats and souvenirs that you had at the Senior Carnival were printed by us. Some of the best scandal was printed in our little paper called "Printers Pi," and many a boy was fooled by our book, 'fWhat I Know about Women." One of our finer works was that book for the director in which all shops were included in pictures and print.. We printed that. Some of the girls in the design class remember the Christmas cards we printed for them. You can remember all the notices you have seen on the main bulletin board. We printed most of those. The purpose of this club is to com- bine the interests of the member with the other clubs outside the city and to create an interest among the boys of the club to make better printing products. Some boys envy membership in this club because to be a member you must have com- pleted at least one year in the print shop. The activities of this club have also included social affairs. In Jan- uary and September we have always had initiation. Then, too, there is the annual feast at which it is the custom for each member to eat a pint of ice cream after a full meal. We always take some trips to print- ing plants in this vicinity, such as the Star Gazette, Howell's Plant, President .... ........... . . Vice-President . . . Secretary .... Treasurer ....... Faculty Advisor . . . Howard Bennett Burton Ellis Richard Buzzard Ellsworth Doland . . . Mr. Ralph Palmer Myron Merriweather Paul McLane Paul Lenis Ellsworth Doland Wayne Thomas Robert McDonald Donald Hess Howard Bennett William Newell James Osgood Richard Buzzard Donald Lawson ARobert Mclnroy Richard Updike James Vannest Burton Ellis Milvin Rindle Richard Connelly Harry Weston Shirley Bennett and the American Sales Book Com- pany. At the end of the year, we take a trip out of town. Last year, we spent a day in Rochester, where we visited the Mechanics Institute and various amusement places. We not only benefitted intellectually from this excursion, but also had a great time. Cur Print Shop Program Reprinted from "Club Crafter" The National Student Graphic Arts Magazine Work in the school print shop will provide the students with a vast amount of experiences such as hand composition, proof-reading, the pro- per care and cleaning of type, im- position, press feeding, the cutting of paper, the typographical and ar- tistic designs for tickets, bulletins, folders, programs, office forms, note book covers, personal stationery, Christmas cards, etc., the proper use of inks and paper, the care of ma- chinery, bindery, or the folding, as- sembling and stapling of booklets and the binding of pads, bookbind- ing, or the rebinding of old books and the binding of new ones, paper- making, or the making of paper by the hand process, virkotyping, or raising the printed surface above the paper by the process of melting powder, embossing, or raising the printed surface above the paper by means of a heavy impression, lino- loum, rubber and wood block cut- ting and printing, editorial, which includes the organization, typing, and publishing of school papers and booklets, intaliography, or printing from sunken or lowered surfaces of plates, photography, which includes the making and developing of printsg silk-screen printing, or the printing from a stencil and a silk-covered frame, mimeographing, or the print- ing through a waxed or collodion stencilg planography, or printing by an offset process, plate-making, or the making of zinc and copper plates by a process of photography and an acid bath, and many other activities that may arise through student in- terests. This enriched graphic arts labora- tory program provides our youth with an abundance of experiences to cultivate cooperation, friendliness and individuality. It is a program which brings about a means of stim- ulating intelligent thinking from ac- tual experience. Press work and typesetting may appeal to the mechanically minded pupils, while editorial work, proof- reading and copywriting will inter- est the literary minded students. The artistic minded pupils will find special interest in illustrating typo- graphy, color schemes, and layout work, whereas, organization and management of the school paper will develop certain leadership qualities. In other words, the graphic arts la- boratory, with its wide variety of major activities, is rich in mechani- cal, artistic, literary, social and in- formational values, all of which are vital to worthwhile living.



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June, Ninefeen Forfy-one E D S O N I A N Page Sixfy seven SIGMA GAMMA CHI lGirIs Glee Clubl The Sigma Gamma Chi is the continuation of the Glee Club of 1938. They are a newly-organized club and hold high hopes for success during the coming years. Social events carried out during the last term include: A December Tea, after school in the Practice House, a candy sale, as a project to earn moneyg and participation in the Christmas Cantata. OFFICERS President ....... ............. ..... A n olah Palmer Vice-President . . . . . . Margaret Griswold Secretary ...... ........ M ary Pease Treasurer ........ Musical Director .. . . . . .. . ..... Jean O'Daniels . . . . . . Miss Dorothy Connor Members of the Glee Club arc: Phyllis Andrus Mary Theresa Backer Margaret Cook Frances Forsyth Margaret Griswold June Lyon Gloria Monahan Jean O'Daniels Anolah Palmer Mary Pease Rose Prochillo Marsha Reitman Georgia Rowan June Smith Helen Thomas Beatrice Tong Margaret Weaver Betty Wolfe Throughout the year the members of the Boy's Glee Club have enjoyed themselves greatly by raising their voices together in their favorite songs. Not only have they had fun themselves but also they have im- parted pleasure to others. Evidence of this is shown by the fact that the club has given various public performances, the success of which has been their due reward for steady work. BOY'S GLEE CLUB First Tenor William Orton Richard Updike Second Tenor Eugene Foote Kadeen George Richard Wich First Bass Orin Barrett Erwin Cooper Robert Pitcher Second Bass Charles Hardy Bernard Walsh William Lewis Aubrey Winner

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