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Page 87 text:
June, Nineteen Fogy-one E D S O N I A N Page Eighty-five
Remember the people who get up in home room period every Tuesday morning and tell you what is going
to happen during the coming week? There ls a lot of Work behind those simple reports. Each member has to at-
tend a meeting to be able to tell you what is going to happen. T'his is the Student Council. Another duty of
this group is to participate in school government. When anything displeases you in the school, all you have
to do is to tell your representative and he will relate your message to the group for them to act upon. The
greatest achievement of the present council was the undertaking of a revision of the constitution. This was a
momentous task and well-done.
President ..... . . . James Gramer
Viee-President . . . . Richard O'Hara
Secretary .... . . . Norma Hollenbeek
Treasurer .. .,........... Linn Brotzman
Advisers .. Mrs. Austin, Mr. MeNaught
Members of the Council are: 104-Thomas Kirkpatrick 205W-Virginia Kerlin
Cafe-Rita D011Hl1U0 105-Paul King 2064Janet shew
01fHi1a Campbell l07-Kenneth Beebe 207-Pauline Tinney
03-Leonard Satterlee 108-Theresa Moody 209-Norma Hollenbeck
O5iJamCS Elefthcriou ll3-Josephine Hager 210-Ward Adams
08-dphyuis Wladis 1l5MArlene Pendergast 212-Weston Jenkins
09gL1nn B1-otzmgm 116-Majorie Stowe 213-Robert Pitcher
Ol 0-Peter Greven
m24RObe1't Kessillg H8-Jane Malone 215-Marshall Smith
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013 Rwhald O Hind' ll9-Beverly Reese 216-Rosemary Rouse
0l5-Lawrenee Sadinsky 201 M U 317 Ch
Owgvviuiam Tuttlg - arian Cogshall Q - arles Ness
017-Harry Wcstoll 203-Lois Hartman 218-Walter Rice
4Janet O 'Brien
Page 89 text:
Mary Ann Brewer
Betty Jane Geary
Ada Mae Hamilton
Mary Ann Hogan
Betty Jane Little
Upsilon Kappa is now in its thir-
teenth year as an organization. The
club started as a group of senior
girls, who volunteered to held Mrs.
Austin with the seating of pupils
in assemblies, organized by Mrs.
Austin as the Ushers Club the group
has grown in number and in fame
until at present every senior girl
who possibly can do so becomes a
member. The club carries on four
main activities in school, hostesses
in the main corridor, aides in the
health room, assistants in the li-
brary, and ushers at regular assem-
blies. In addition, the club assists
at all special functions, such as the
Senior Play and Commencement. It
is frequently called upon to usher
and act as hostesses for outside or-
ganizations, a few of which are:
Chamber of Commerce, State Teach-
ers Association, State Deans Asso-
ciation, Community Concert Group,
Childrens Theater Group, University
Club, Lions Club, and Parent Teach-
Upsilon Kappa is a service club,
but it has many social affairs, such
as: picnic suppers, speakers, and de-
monstrations of interest to members.
This past year of 1940, they or-
ganized a chapter at Elmira Free
Academy, with an organization pat-
terned after ours. The purpose of all
the club activities is to give the
members training in poise, gracious-
ness, responsibility and .ability to
act wisely in any emergency. Only
senior girls may join. New members
are taken in in May and then form
an ushers corp for Senior Day and
President ........... Jane Wittkas
Vice-President ...... Helen Thomas
Secretary . . .
. Jeannette Bradley
Treasurer ..... Margaret McInroy
Rep. Officer ....... Anita Perrotta
Mrs. Carolyn Austin
.. Mrs. Marie Adams
Ida Mae Reilly
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