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 69 of 98
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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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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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Page Sixty-eight E D S O N I A N June, Nineteen Forty one AMA The Amateur Builder 's Club which was organized several years ago with Miss Alice Magenis as adviser, has successfully completed models of the Parthenon, Panthenon, and the West- minster Cathedral. At present, the several newly inducted members and the few senior members are under- taking the club's greatest project, the Temple of Karnak. This temple is to have twelve large pillars, thirty-six small pillars, and is to stand about one foot. Each pillar has to be carefully traced and paint- ed with ancient, intricate hierogly- phics and designs. The roof will have four long beams which will be set on the large pillars in clearstory style. 'EUR BUILDER'S CLUB OFFICERS President ...... ............... . . Inga Anderson Vice-President .....,. .... A rlene Smith Secretary-Treasurer . . . Adviser ........... . . . . . . Marilyn Leavitt . . . Miss Alice Magenis Dan Adair Jack Benson Jessie Brunson Alice Bryne Gene Chase Jeanette Frasier Betty Jane Geary Dorothy Huber Robert Huddle Dorothea Kane Robert Kankas John Knapp Dorothy Lane Isabelle Scrimshaw Arlene Mae Smith Donald Smith Marjorie Stowe Evaline Wall James Whytock S Who plays for all those assemblies you go to? Yes, it 's the Senior Or- chestra. They also play for Parent- Teachers and various clubs in the city. Individual members also enter into outside activities such as con- tests. Members of the Orchestra arc: Phyllis Andrus Mary Ellen Backer Jenn Brotzman Lorenzo Bloom Jesse Brunsen Jean Everett Eugene Foote Harriett Gelatt Henry Gray ENIOR ORCHESTRA OFFICERS President ...... ................ . . Lorenzo Bloom Vice-President . . . ...... Evaline Wall Secretary ...... .. Shirley Reinhart Treasurer . . . . . . Harriett Gelatt Librarian . . . ...... Donald Kreisler Donald Hess Edna Jones Donald Kreisler Marilyn Leavitt Rose Mary Molyneaux Theresa Moody Samuel Moskowitz Ruth Painton Shirley Reinhart Josephine Samuels Dorothy Slingerland Kent Soper Arlene Smith Leonard Thorne Evaline Wall Robert Weaver Robert Wheat Barbara Wilcox Jean Williams Ernest Wilson Aubrey Winner Phyllis Wladis NINTH GRADE CHORUS Every Wednesday noon th1'oughout the past year the Ninth Grade Chorus has been meeting to learn the best fundamentals of music. If you have ever heard them, you have no doubts that their singing was not work, but a pleasure to them. Their united efforts have produced results lovely to hear. Weldon Bellville Harriet Carpenter Louise Chapman Virginia Cleveland Carol Cooklin Marie Dean Arlene Dunlap Shirley Eadie Janet Fiske Lois Frampton Irene Fudge Jean Good OFFICERS President .... ............... Secretary . . . Librarians . . . Director . . . Jack Tillmghast Mary Lou Nixon . . . Marie Dean James Urquahart . ....... Miss Coon June Haddow Suzanne Jacob Shirley Johnson Mary Klinger Robert Languth Jack Lefcowitz Donald Wheeler Jean Williams Louis Lutz William MeNaney Theresa Moody Shirley Moshowitz Mary Lou Nixon Jean O'Daniels Joyce Orme Alice Parfitt Jack Reynolds Norma Rhoades Joseph Robbins Rose Mary Rouse Margaret Shultz Dorothy Slingerland Betty Ann Smith Norma Stanton Alice Trader James Urquahart John Vineski Robert Weaver

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