Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1958

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Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 30 of 100
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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Future Teachers of America a chapter of Educo has as its objec- tive the recruitment of the most desirable students at Southside for the teaching profession. To accomp- lish this and to create interest in one of the oldest professions known to man, several members were al- lowed to conduct practice classes. With the belief that the life giving blood of education lies with its teachers, we may rest assured that education in our democracy will never die as long as we have organ- izations like the Future Teachers of America. 3 SCIENCE CLUB Due to the greater interest in scientific advancement, Epstimine, Southside's science club was formed. Under the close direction of its most capable advisers, Mr. Hayes and Mr. Ball, the organization has had a most successful year in establishing sounder bases for science students through experiments and field trips. I i I I FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA - Firsl Row: R. Strangeg R. Rockwellg S. Warneg J. Gloverg Miss Haupt, advisor. Second Row: N. Farnbaughg D. Hollowayg B. Parry: L. Kinkade, historiang E. Elston, vice-presidentg R. Spillane, presidentg C. Coleman, secretaryg V. Tifft, treasurerg C. Ayres. Third Row: D. Kane- M. Yergg S. Mosierg N. Byrd' J. Hamlin' J. Mattisong S. Baileyg V. Yuleg N. Woodg L. Fihlayg M. Gilbertg J. Scaffidig Lynch: E Phillipsg M. Whitney: C. Spencerg J. Nagyg A. Thomas. s ul' SCIENCE CLUB - First Row: P. Cartyg S. Jordong C, Harveyg S. Doty. Second Row: L Sigel, treasurerg Mr. R. Ball, advisorg P. Kelley, vice-presidentg E. Kasouf, presidentg M. Campbell, secretary: Mr. C. Hayes, advisorg P. Antell. Third Row: J. Corneyg G. Hoodg D. Kelleyg R. Jumpg H, Holcombg D. Eastong R. Buckg C. Fudgeg C. Terwilligerg W. Veberg B. Lemoncelli. Our future depends on our teachers and scientists. 18

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SERVICE CLUBS Although their activities are unpub- licized, Southside's service clubs are active during the school year making important contributions. Aiding Mrs. Rodgers and Miss Ros- inski in the Library are the members of the library staff. These students volunteer to do such jobs as checking books to lessen the librarians' work. Under the leadership of Miss Moxley, advisor, and Ann Cernohorsky, president, Scribbler's Club held monthly bake sales to sponsor its Breesport County Home project. By holding a membership drive, the Junior Red Cross, headed by Helen Wil- liams and advised by Miss King, sent -M funds to aid the work of the national organization. LIBRARY STAFF-Foreground Sealed: C. Cocco, C. Liddick, F. Keane, Mrs.. Rod- gers, M. Moya, L. Dickinson. Standing First Row: J. Wilson, C. Yandergrift, S Towner, D. Tidd, M. Hill, Y. Teyssier, B. Gee, J. Crandall, M. Hickman. Second Row: M. Shaw, C. Evans, S. Murray, P. Furey, M. Gubbins, M. Cuthbert, J. Towner Special services rate special praise. SCRIBBLERS CLUB-First Row: L. Coughlin, C. Cocco, S. Baz- zett, N. Long, D. Lesley. Second Row: A. Potter, A. Cernohorsky, Miss Moxley, P. Zendion, L. Staton, C. Battisti. Third Row: M. Cuthbert, J. Seymour, M. Ungvarsky, N. Allen, J. Sykes, H. Williams, D, Ayres, M. Luckey, D. Luckey, M. Miller. Fourth Row: P. Allison, P. Anderson, T. Sheehan, M, Gubbins, S. Com- fort, M. Scott, M. Ripley, J. Huonker, C. Robinson, M. Van Atta, C. Miller. JUNIOR RED CROSS-First Row: H. Dickerson, Davis, C. Bercher, H. Williams, C. Bauer. Second Row: C. .Spe1r, F. Keane, S, Hoobler, S. Fischer, G. L'Am0reaux, Miss King, G. Wilbur. Third Row: D. Greene, W. Smithing, R. Gardner, M. Scott, D. Coots, C. Close, L. Elliott, J. MacLeod, J. Orsillo, J. Overton, J. Sponyoe. Fourth Row: M. Flood, C. Fudge, C. Olson, S. Clark, G. Andrus, A, Olszowy, R. Wedgewood, W. Weston, W. Van Heusen, G. Linehan, E. Plate, W. Wambold.



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GERMAN CLUB - First Row: R. Orlousky, L. Vande Laar, N. Bel- FRENCH CLUB - First Row: S. Dean, J. Schaef, G, Baldwin, D. graph, S. Slater. Second Row: P. Roe, T. Valley, treasurer: C. Sin- Holloway, G. Shanks. Second Row: Mrs. Burke, advisorg C. Generas, derman, secretary, S. Fitch, vice-presidentg G. Hood, president. Third historian, R. Wright, treasurerg S. Mosier, secretaryg B. Parry, vice- Row.-. -G. Hause, W. Smithing, C, Evans, R. Niles, S. Roe, M, president, J. Beckwith, president. Third Row: J. Dibble, S. Strait, Stamilio, J. Siegel, C. Berry. Fourlh Row: R. Gage, C. Fudge, L. D. Carr, P. Smith, Y. Teyssier, D. Leach, M, Gerard, N. Chapin, P. Shepherd, M. Losmger, D. Reese, T. Greene, W. Van Housen, R, Riley, C. Cocco. Fourth Row: E. Mesuch, E. Roth, W. Beckwith, D. Bartlett, E- Cvlsen. Simpson, R. Beckwith, G. Conklin, D. Zeigler, D. Paterson, J. Spiak, H. Ripley, F. Michaels. S0uthside's language clubs-Ger- man, French, and Spanish-have a common goal, that of bringing about an interest in the customs, traditions, and people of these spe- cific countries. Besides increasing their knowledge through slides and lectures, the members participate in many interesting activities. The ad- visors of these clubs are Miss Wini- fred Prechtl, Mrs. Marion Lynch J Burke, and Miss Elsa Brookfield, respectively. SPANISH CLUB - First Row: K. Comfort, J. Traum, N. Underwood, J. DeRigge, J. Graf,.S. Mosher, B. Parry, S. Saffer, S. Schaef. Second Row: J. Bumbalo, C. Nelson, L. Fanning, M. Costello, secretary: C. Newbauer, vice-presidentg N, Wood, presidentg P. ,Von Hendy, treasurerg A. Golos, historiang Miss Brookfield, advisorg S. Dean. Third Row: N. Farnbaugh, L. Atkinson, P. Kelly, L.' Kinkade, E. Harner, M. Yerg, C. Lrddrck, S. Dando, J. Cicora, J. Scaffidi, J. Roby, S. Lawson, C. Carpenter, J. UttCr,.P: Murray, J. Sadler. Fourth Row: M. Schiave, C. Coleman, J. Hamlin, D. Warren, E. Phillips, N. Josephson, R. Mills, M. Hourihan, W. Cook, E. Elston, C. Olson, S. Ledford, K. Powers, J. Berger, M. Flood, J. Shipler. German. French and Spanish add interest. 19

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