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Page 82 text:
Third Row: Chamberlain, Llollier, Kissel, D. Dunn, Rolls, Hoover, Herforth, Ogrodowski, Randolph, Martin
Second Row: Laugher, Davis, Longwell, Martin, Breese, M. Dunn, Semler, Dalrymple, Nichols, Scollon, Gardner Strong
first Row: Graves, xf1CDOHl1ld, Johnson, Rowdy, Frawley, Boyd, Walker, Chapman, Thornton.
Southside Humane Club
The Southside Humane Club was founded in IQ43 by Mrs. Ralph Austin. Its
purpose is to interest high school students in the activities of city, state, and na-
tional humane societies. When the organization first be an, onl Freshmen and
Standing: Bowdy, Boyd, Johnson.
Seated: Frawley, Mrs. Austin.
Sophomores were eligible for membership,
but now the club accepts Fifty students
each year who may be from any high
The Humane Club's activities through-
out the year are varied. In April the club
sponsors an assembly and a poster contest.
Thioughout the year the members be-
come acqualited with the outstanding
ohicers of larger humane organizations and
also assist the Elmira Humane Society by
writing, folding, stamping, and posting
l0,000 membership cards.
Anna Mae Bowdy
Mrs. Ralph Austin
Page 81 text:
Seventh Row: Cappucci, Painton, Tobias, Cobb, Hill, Clark, Austin, Fleming, Mathews, Lundy, Lutz, Shepherd Stubbs
Vergalito, TenBroeck, Ziegler.
Sixth Row: Wright, Wick, M. Seymour, Hamilton, Hopseker, Roth, Pastore, Johnson, Robbins, Thompson, Williams Adams
Fifth Row: Dove, E. Seymour, Leff, Lee, McLane, Hourigan, Mulcahy, Wladis, Titus, Andersen, Houston, Hunsinger,
Hoffman, Kelly, Huijfner.
Fourth Row: Owens, Rose, Whitmore, Gordon, Brill, Cleveland, Bowdy, Bukowski, Devon, Rowe, Heller, Harvu Stermel
'lhird Row: Collins, Dalton, Cassctta, Sayles, Payne, Ruth, Flaig, Boyd, Dunn, Steed, Allen, Taylor, Calhoon
Second Row: Appleman, Collier, DeRenzo, Devereaux, Kelly, Benedict, I-lerforth, Shaffer, Everett, Farrell, Wagner
First Row: C. Barr, E. Barr, Burdsell, Carr, Wellman, Clarke, Ruggles, Kuster, Laldwin, M. Bennett, Gilmore L Bennett
President .. . ,,,,, Betty Rugglcs Secretary . . Violet Wclmm
Vice President . . Joyce Clarke Treasurer . Barbara Kustci
Adviser V Mrs. Ralph Austin
Llpsilon Kappa is a school service and social
club whose membership is open to Senior girls
only. Since its organization in l928. it llas
grown in numbers and activities until every
Southside girl looks forward to becoming a
member. The services rendered to the school
include ushering at assemblies and all other
school functions, maintaining a hostess table.
and assisting the school nurse.
Several worthy projects have been success-
fully undertaken this year. The hostess table
and chairs have been improved in appearance
by the addition of green slip covers. In October
a bag supper was held in the cafeteria. Alter
this. Nlr. Donald Palmer. manager of the Cor-
ton Coy Beauty Salon, gave a. demonstration ol'
correct hair styles. The club ushered at the
annual lilmira Little Symphony Concert anfl
at the musical, 'klleadin' Hollywoodw. given
by the Kiwanis Club.
In Niay. Junior girls are invited to become
members. These new members usher on Senior
Day and at Commencement.
Standing: Wellman, Clarke, Kuster
Seated: Ruggles, Mrs. Austin.
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Third Row: Hogan, Dombroske, Huffnei, lwI2lIl1K?WS, Lutz, Ru th, Fargo, Oldham, Dalton.
Seeond Row: Hazel, Cheney, Richards, Ramsdell, Miss Barber, Hill, Broieh, Bennett, Kendall
First Row: -Ianowski, Purdy, Guinane, Beseaneeney, Eekler, Mikkelsen.
The Library Staff plays a very important part in Southside High School. There
is more to a rnember's job than to sit behind a big desk and say, iLMay I see your
slip?'y or 'iHave your slips signed, please." It goes far beyond that. The staff keeps
the books in their proper order on the shelves, assists students in selecting books,
gives information as to where books may be found, eharges outgoing books, replaces
cards in incoming books, and assists Miss Barber in many other ways.
To show her appreciation to her 'ilibrary fumilyf, Miss Barber entertains theni
in June at a luncheon at the Mark Twain Hotel.
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