West Rochester High School - W Yearbook (Rochester, NY)

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i ? zi EX LIBRI5 (opyriqtit 1919 by William N. Bennett O, e «v I " , VV Alma Mater Proudly waves old West High’s emblem Black and orange fair, Floats triumphant in the breezes No dishonor there. Student days have fondest memories, Comrades here we stand, As our troth to Alma Mater Pledge we hand in hand. From thy halls dear Alma Mater We at length must part, But thy memory shall not perish From one student’s heart. Far away on life’s broad highway All must fortune try; Still our loving hearts shall cherish Thoughts of thee, West High. Page five The Faculty Dedication Mr. Rourke Page nine Miss De Land we dedicate this Senior Annual To the Advisers off our classes Mr. Watson whose efforts in our behalf we appreciate Mrs. Rourke The Faculty The faculty William M. Bennett . Principal Melvin E. Coon . James M. Spinning . . . Vice-Principal Ethel Manchester . Elizabeth Agnew Louis E. Boutwell Gladys J. Bullard Elwood W. Burnard Clara B. Ellis Edna Adele Gibbs English Ethel M. Kates Beulah W. Lyman Julia McMillen C. Raymond Naramore Jeanette Robinson Henry Schwarm Gertrude Sheridan Helen Parker Smith Francis L. Stebbins Norma B. Story Walter Taylor Beatrice R. Tripp Dr. Nelson Crowell Mamie Z. Hoefler Modern Languages Emma L. Huff Julia Seligman Julia McMillen Helen F. Smith Jessie T. Ray Margaret J. Bennett Harvey J. Lockwood History Marion Melville Ruth L. Palmer Verna F. Robinson R. Sherman Stowell Charles Vallance Mathematics Perry A. Carpenter John J. Hall Burton J. Hayes Carrie L. Hickock Blanche E. King Louis A. Pultz Emil 0. Sauer Myron White Latin Helen Beshgetour DeMars E. Bezant Mary DeLand Robert E. Holmes William A. Howe Fannie A. Pratt James A. Rourke Science Etta A. Bowerman Emerson D. Bresee Harry A. Carpenter Laura Davenport Howard Edwards Edward E. Ford Ethlynne Gillette Lucretia C. Hicks Otis W. Kenyon Clarabel Milliman Lewis G. Smith Alice M. Teute Commercial Wilbert J. Arnold William J. Beahon Ethel L. Bearss Anna T. Carey Charles E. Cook Marion Gott Margaret Jacobson George W. Jaffrey Ada G. Rebscher Mae U. Rourke Earl D. Smith Lester P. Wager Frank D. Watson Florence Wells Mary B. Draper Geography Elizabeth Dunbar Edward M. Pickard Katherine F. Hogan Music Henry F. Osborne " Alfred Snouse V Ruth P. Sullivan ' X, -———... Drawing Floyd D. Slater Zella H. Webster Health Education Dorothea Dunbar Vera Fisher Emil A. Hulek Ralph L. Tichenor Rose A. Weber, Nurse Librarians, Secretaries and Stenographers Hazel M. Cheeseman M. LaVerne Gillooly Frieda B. Hanf Hilda E. Hardt Edna G. Keene Dorothy W. Marples Genevieve S. Nash Ruth F. Vanderpool The Seniors Walter Abbey “Walt” 55 Terrace Park Give me the rest of the period And I ' ll explain my explanation. Number 37 University of Rochester Ruth Adkins ‘Ruthie” 433 Magnolia Street Quiet people may not be much noticed by the throng , But they are much loved by their associates. Swimming 4; French Club 4. Madison Junior High St. Lawrence Lois Armstrong “Lois” 283 Selye Terrace “ Somebody ' s Stenog? " Jefferson Junior High School of Business C. Haywood Atkin “Hay” 531 Flint Street A student and a musician every day in the week!!!! Orchestra 2, 3; Concertmaster Orchestra 2, 3; West High String Quartette 2,3; Honor French ; “X” Literary Club. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Helen E. Bates “Buddy” 108 Roxborough Road To everyone she ' s always kind And does the best that ' s in her mind. Junior Party Committee; Intermediate Algebra Honor. Out of Town University of Rochester Richard G. Bennett “Dick” 537 Wellington Avenue A well fed, prosperous looking gentleman. Track 4; Occident 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief 3; Occident Pin; Class President 3, 4; Executive Council 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Home Room Representative 2; Service Corps; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Basketball 3; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Class Basketball 3; Assistant Manager Soccer 2; Assistant Manager Basketball 3; Man¬ ager Basketball 4; Junior Play; Hi-Y 3, 4. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Page fourteen Ruth M. Betts “Betsy” 390 Magnolia Street This picture of Ruth is pretty and sweet Bui the violin s missing, so it ' s incomplete. Orchestra; Home Room Representative 2. Madison Junior High Undecided “Bodie” Shirley Bodenstein 56 Shelter Street Let fools the studious despise. There ' s nothing lost in being wise. Glee Club 2; Intermediate Algebra Honor. Madison Junior High Taylor University “Eddie” Edna Breehl 592 Glide Street Will Edna be the next “ Jenny " ? Soph Party Committee; Glee Club 3, 4; Library Club; Honor Number 43 French; Gym Meet 1, 2. City Normal School Elizabeth Janet Brigham “B etty” 36 Virginia Avenue I was in the Senior Play In my Freshman year. And in the Junior Play While taking my P. G. Glee Club 1; French Club; Senior Play 1; Junior Play; Annual Board. Number 37 University of Rochester “Rozzie” Rosamond C. Brooks 227 Aberdeen Street I only ask that Fortune send A little more than I can spend. Senior Play Staff; Basketball 2; Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Business “Herb” Herbert Brown 215 South Goodman Street “It pays to advertise .” Track 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Home Room Basketball 2, 3; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Occident 4; Chairman Pin and Ring Committee; Publicity Manager Occident 4. Monroe Junior High Harvard Page fifteen Edwin W. Burne 1081 Genesee Street Edwin ' s ability to inspire heavenly emotions seems to be otherwise as well as musical. Standard Bearer; Intermediate Algebra Honor; Boys’ Glee Club 3, 4; Executive Council 2; Indoor Track 3; Home Room Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice- President 1; Orchestra 2; West High Singers 4; Student Conductor of Glee Club. Number 37 Undecided Anita Butler “Nita” ISO Devonshire Court She ' s not only a leader in her class. But she ' s a classy leader. Editor-in-Chief Senior Annual; Riding 3; Swimming 4; Tennis 2, 4; Executive Council 4; Quill Club 3. Madison Junior High George Washington University Florence E. Christ “Mike” 51 Bedford Street Her blushes sometimes match her hair. Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4. Madison Junior High Business Robert S. Clark “Bob” 15 Nellis Park IVhat? Oh no, he always acts that way. Home Room Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Home Room Basketball 1, 3; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Interclass Baseball 2, 3. St. Boniface University of Rochester Slater Conn “T. B.” 75 Congress Avenue A strong silent man, very silent. Junior Play; Interclass Baseball 2, 4; Home Room Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Room Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Room Basketball 2, 3. Number 37 Undecided “Marge” Marjory Althea Corp Blue eyes, golden hair. Lovely girl we all declare. 523 Clay Avenue Honor French; Band 2, 3; Soph Party Committee; Junior Party Committee. Jefferson Junior High University of Rochester Page sixteen Dorothy Cripps “Dot” 96 Weldon Street None but herself can be her parallel in brains. Honor French; Honor Intermediate Algebra; Band; Home Room Representative 3, 4. Number 37 University of Rochester “June” June Davies 333 Brooks Avenue The champion pioneer scout who built a campfire in the middle of the living-room rug. Basketball 3, 4; Riding 3, 4; Swimming; Gym Meet 1, 3; Senior Annual Board. Number 37 Eastman School of Music Marye Decker “Marye” 669 Flower City Park “The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Class Secretary 3; Junior Party Committee; Senior Play Staff. Jefferson Junior High School of Business Alfred Delgado “Al” 30 West Parkway Friends, janitors, teachers! I am no ordinary man. Occident 4; Executive Council 4; Orchestra; Band. Out of Town Undecided Donald V. Dense “Don” 876 Arnett Boulevard What ' s in a name ? Home Room Baseball 3; Class Baseball 4; Home Room Soccer 3, 4. Madison Junior High Undecided “Eddie” Out of Town Edwin J. Dickson 181 Columbia Avenue A self contained tho’ friendly lad Who says not much but means it. University of Rochester Page seventeen w 7 illiam R. Dixon 61 Penhurst Avenue “How long, 0 Lord, how long?” Senior Play Staff; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Home Room Base¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Soph Party Committee; Junior Party Committee. Madison Junior High Von Hoffman School Nelson B. Dodge “Jasper” 180 Highland Parkway Strength lies in silence. Intermediate Algebra Honor; Home Room Baseball 3, 4; Class Baseball 4. Number 37 Cornell Myrtle Douthwaite “Myrt” 253 Santee Street IVho mimics Toinette and the lark with equal ease. President of Girls’ Glee Club; Executive Council 3; Glee Club Party Committee 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; West High Singers; West High Girls’ Trio. Jefferson Junior High Eastman School of Music Ernestine Elmendorf “Ernie” 56 Elmdorf Avenue Ernestine ought to start writing for True Love Stories. Library Club; Honor French 1, 2, 3; Junior Play Staff. Madison Junior High Wellesley Page eighteen Orlando George Ezzo Izz y 182 McNaughton Street He loves his teachers And loves his books But nearly dies When teacher looks To see what ' s in them. Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Occident 4; Glee Club Party Committee; Service Corps 3, 4; Soph Basketball; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Soph Soccer; Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Basketball 3, 4; Washington’s Birthday Exercises 3; West High Singers 3, 4; Double Male Quartet 3; Senior Annual Staff; Convention Hall Community Music Festival 4; Glee Club Membership Committee 4. Jefferson Junior High Harvard “Skeezix” Helen Fairbanks 700 Post Avenue Following right in her father ' s footsteps. Baseball 1, 2; Class Vice-President 1; Honor French 2, 3, 4; Gym Meet 1, 2; Swimming 2. Number 37 University of Rochester “Red” Number 43 David L. Fishbaugh Coldwater, New York Just at the age twixt boy and youth. Senior Annual Board; Senior Play. University of Rochester “Ruthie” Margaret Ruth Frazer 224 Wellington Avenue - and a smile that only Ruth has. Class Vice-President 4; Executive Council 2; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Tennis 4; Baseball 4; Gym Meet 3. Madison Junior High Undecided Margaret Garman Meg 40 Colgate Street Has a camp complex , instead of a campus complex. N’est-ce pas? Swimming 2, 4; Glee Club 2. Madison Junior High University of California Inis Grassi “Iney” 420 Arnett Boulevard After hearing Inis’ name you wouldn ' t think he ' d have to struggle with French verbs. Home Room Baseball 2; Home Room Soccer 2; Chemistry Club; Apennine Club; French Club. Madison Junior High Cornell “Jennie’ Genevieve Greco 64 Locust Street Jennie s a quiet girl you ' d say IVhen first you met her , But if you knew her as we do, You ' d know a little better. Typewriting Award. Cathedral Undecided “Claire’ CLAR4 GRIDLEY 314 Sherwood Avenue " Fivefoot two, Eyes of blue. But oh! What those five foot can do!” Banking Cage 4; Honor Basketball Team 4; Soccer 3; G. A. A. Numerals, W, 1, 4, 4, 5; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; First Team Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3. Madison Junior High Business Mark A. Hall “Doc” 2J4 Finch Street I am here — but few know it. Band; Orchestra; President of Band; Home Room Representative 2. Jefferson Junior High University of Rochester Winifred J. Harber “Winnie” 472 Electric Avenue " Can you tell me how chemistry has anything to do with music?” Swimming 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Inter-High Band 2, 3. Jefferson Junior High Highland Hospita Horace Hart ‘Hart” 309 Seneca Parkway Barber, barber, cut it well. How many cuts to remove a marcel? Four and twenty will not do; It still is there when you are through. Occident Staff 3, 4; Occident Pin; Winner of Fall Tennis Tourna¬ ment 1928; Senior Annual Board. Jefferson Junior High Cornell Walter E. Herbert “Walt” 59 Shelter Street I and Webster are a great help to each other. Tennis 4; Tennis Tournament 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Madison Junior High Mechanics Institute Bate twenty “Verna” Virginia Hicks 145 YVetmore Park Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit. undecided “Abie” Marian Hill 143 Wellington Avenue She may always appear demure But I wouldn’t be too sure. Tennis 2, 3; Riding 3. Madison Junior High Keuka College “Jack” John L. E. Hobin 530 Jefferson Avenue Another silent man. Madison Junior High Business Margaret Hockenberger Marg 316 Arnett Boulevard Margaret manages to get good marks even if she isn ' t a good marksman. G. A. A. Award, W; Swimming Numerals; Honor French 2, 3; Intermediate Algebra Honor; French Club; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4. Madison Junior High Undecided “Grade” Grace Holt 296 Wellington Avenue Never a worry. Never a care , A heart as light As her shining brown hair. Out of Town Business Phyllis Holton 137 Aldine Street If Phil can t make the stars go ’round, She’ll be a star and go ' round the stage. Tennis 2; Gym Meet 2; Riding 3; Soph Party Committee; Junior Party Committee; Junior Play; Quill Club 3; Senior Play; Armistice Day Play 4; Service Corps. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Page twent -on Thelma Horton “Teddy” 358 Aberdeen Street Even Teddy ' s brother says she ' s the best ever, and we all echo a loud amen. Soph Party Committee; Service Corps; Tennis 2; Swimming 4. Madison Junior High University of Syracuse “Hutch” Franklin B. Hutchinson 28 Queen’s Street Have you ever met my peer? Honor French 2, 3; Intermediate Algebra Honor. Madison Junior High Massachusetts Institute of Technology “Rene” Mourine Ingelow 69 South Washington Street The haughty lady . Riding 4; Glee Club Party Committee; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band; Banking Clerk 1; Washington’s Birthday Exercises. Madison Junior High Pennsylvania State WlL liam James “Bill” Penfield, New York The Occident readers won ' t miss his pictures half as much as the Out of Town staff will miss him. Occident 4; Orchestra 3. Cornell Robert Henry Jenks Rob 804 Post Avenue Bob may not be able to indulge in sports, but he surely is one good sport—and listen to the cheers confirm it. Intermediate Algebra Honor; Home Room Basketballjl, 2, 3; Home Room Soccer 1, 2, 3; Home Room Baseball 1, 2; Class Baseball 2; Class Basketball 1, 2; Class Soccer 1, 2; Soccer 2; Number 37 Baseball 3; Class Secretary 1. Undecided “Mike” Michael M. Karline 14 Glasser Street Just give Mike a pony and he ' s happy. Glee Club 3, 4; Senior Play; Secretary of Glee Club Pin Committee. St. Andrew’s Seminary University of Rochester Page twenty-two Joseph Kehoe J oe 13 Champlain Street It’s best to study a little To keep out of trouble. Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4; Class Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Soccer 3. Immaculate Conception Undecided Grace I. Lozier There’s never a space ’Tween C lara and Grace. They ' re always together Whatever the weather. 128 Frost Avenue Basketball Honor Team 4; G. A. A. Numerals, W, 4, 4, 5; Class President 2; Class Vice-President 3; Banking Clerk 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Gym Meet 2, 3; Soccer 3; Baseball 2, 3; G. A. A. Council 2, 3. Madison Junior High Business “Connie” Constance Claire Lucia 1070 Dewey Avenue A small person from a large family. Honor French 2, 3; Home Room Representative 2, 3; Junior Party Committee; G. A. A. Award; Numerals; Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3; Gym Meet 2; G. A. A. Council 2; Baseball 2, 3. Jefferson Junior High Rochester General Hospital ‘Marion” Marion Irene Ludwig 103 McNaughton Street A more demure lass will ne’er be found , Tho ' you search the wide world ' round and ' round. Honor French 2, 3. Number 43 University of Rochester ‘Don” 120 Gardiner Avenue Donald W. Lyons Hair all slicked; Tie all straight; In the newest dance steps , He has the smoothest gait. Occident 4; Track 3; Cross-Country 3; Executive Council 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Hi-Y 3, 4; Interscholastic Cross-Country Meet 3; Interclass Track 3; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Basketball 3; Occident 4. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Isabelle Maloney Izz y 792 Post Avenue It’s no wonder gentlemen prefer blondes! Class Treasurer 1; Soph Party Committee; Honor French 2, 3. Number 37 Undecided “Jinny” Charlotte Mann “Charlie” 12 Lehigh Avenue A quiet girl, unless you see the twinkle in her eyes. Honor French 2, 3 Number 37 Eastman School of Music Virginia Elisabeth Mathony 351 Genesee Street They say old fashioned qualities Have long gone out of style. But we have one who proves to us. That they are still worthwhile. Tennis 2; Glee Club 2 Jefferson Junior High Undecided Ruth McMahon “Ruthie” 50 Earl Street When Ruth ' s around the laughter ' s hearty. For she ' s the life of every party. Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honor French 2, 3; West High Singers 4. Madison Junior High City Normal Ruth I. Meredith “Red” 407 Magee Avenue If you want a sure cure for " blues " just go talk to Red. Banking Clerk 4. Jefferson Junior High Business Josephine Messana " J° 1953 Clifford Avenue Jo prefers gold to silver; that’s why she doesn ' t say much. Orchestra 2, 3. Washington Junior High City Normal Allison M. Miller 392 Arnett Boulevard Short as any dream. Class Vice-President 2, 3; Soph Party Committee; Junior Party Committee; Home Room Representative 2; Banking Clerk 3. Madison Junior High Undecided Page twenty-four “Edie” Edith Joyce Miller 28 Linden Street Our litprsirv crpniut! “Nes” Nestor John Moore 222 Genesee Street I was born tired and fust never got rested. Home Room Baseball 2. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Paulina H. Moore P e ggy 203 Rugby Avenue Q uick in wit; Quick in fun; Fi rst in the hearts Of everyone. Book Exchange 3, 4. Madison Junior High Undecided “Kay” Caroline M. Mount 1031 Genesee Park Boulevard A sparkling half-pint of Pep. Banking Clerk 4. Jefferson Junior High Business Edna Muntz Ednie 196 Sawyer Street Our Edna, tho ' very small, In wit and fun surpasses all. G. A. A. Award, W, 1; Senior Annual Board; Honor French 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3; Gym Meet 1, 2, 3. Number 37 University of Rochester “Grace” Grace Cordia Murray 15}4 Greenwood Street West High’s Handel. Orchestra; Bank Clerk 2. Out of 1 own Eastman School of Music Page twenty-five “John” John Nicholson 46 Bronson Avenue I ' m rather retiring — You see I believe in Fisk ads. Immaculate Conception Undecided Elmer A. Niermeyer “Al” 125 West High Terrace At home with the ladies , And loved by the laddies. Senior Annual Board; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4. Madison Junior High Mechanics Institute Joseph Ottalagana Joe” ---- 798 Post Avenue Napoleon was no giant. Soccer 3, 4; Frosh Soccer; Soph Basketball; Home Room Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Manager Class Basketball 2,3; Manager Class Soccer 2,3; Manager Class Baseball 2. S. S. Peter and Paul’s Mechanics Institute Elmer Palmer “Elm” 159 Wellington Avenue Now for a cane , Well—spats would do. Senior Play; Cross Country 4. Madison Junior High Cornell Paul Perry “Paul " 591 Arnett Boulevard Although you haven ' t heard much of me, I ' ve been here all the while. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Katherine Phillips Kat y 286 Seward Street The " Eskimaid” at " Evening " . Glee Club Party Committee; Glee Club 3, 4; Gym Meet 2; Glee Club Historian 3, 4; West High Singers 3, 4; West High Trio 3, 4. Madison Junior High Eastman School of Music Marian Camille Piccone Terry” 721 Thurston Road A bathing beauty who actually swims. Swimming 2; Occident 4; Apennine Club Party Committee 4; Tennis 2. Number 37 Pennsylvania State John H. Pittman “J° hnn y” 195 Troup Street Nurmi and Johnny must have been born under the same star. Track 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 4; Occident 4; Class Secretary 2; Home Room Representative 4; Class Basketball 1, 2; Class Soccer; Home Room Soccer 3, 4; Interclass Soccer 3; Indoor Track 2. Number 10 Howard University Alice E. Poole A1 57 Hortense Street The eyes have it! Out of Town City Normal Eleanor Reed ' le 85 Aldine Street Sleepy Time Gal. Tennis 2; Junior Dance Committee; Soph Party Committee; Quill Club; Junior Play; Service Corps; Honor French; Senior Annual Board. Madison Junior High Undecided Luther Remington ' u ke 304 West Avenue Let others labor, I’ll do the rest. Assistant Cheerleader 3; Class Treasurer 3; Swimming 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Home Room Basketball 2, 3; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Swimming Team 4; Interclass Swimming Meet 4. Madison Junior High Centre Erances Robinson r ran 168 Sherwood Avenue Her eyes are dark and dark her hair, But a sunny heart lies hidden there. St. Augustine’s City Normal Page twenty-seven Ruth Rohr “Ruth” 360 Wellington Avenue IVellesley - M. I. T., Dartmouth, IVilliams, etc. Tennis 2; Quill Club 3; Soph Party Committee; Honor French 2, 3. Madison Junior High Wellesley “Eileen” Eileen Rossenbach 645 Main Street West I’m not a mouse if you know me. Second Prize Poster Contest. Sacred Heart Convent Mechanics Institute “Ray” Raymond Rosenhagen 277 Sylvan Road, Brighton One who makes little noise Is better than one who makes an echo. Library Club 3, 4; Madison Junior High Undecided “Dot” Dorothea H. Roth 62 Burrows Street A rare compound of friendliness, frolic, and fun. Number 43 Girl Reserves 4; Swimming 3, 4; Tennis 3. Mechanics Institute “Dot” Dorothy G. Rowe 191 Genesee Park Boulevard Success is the reward of faultless work. Guardian of Girls’ Flag; Honor French 2, 3; Executive Council 3, 4; Senior Annual Board; Class President 1; Gym Meet 1, 2, 3; Home Room Representative 2, 3; Junior Party Committee; Class Numerals; School Pin and Ring Committee; Baseball 1, 2; Swimming 2. Number 37 University of Rochester “Burt " Burton Schaefer 99 Spruce Avenue He’s bound to be an actor On a highly novel plan. And all the little girls will sigh, “Oh, what a leading man.” Reserve Baseball 3; Soccer 1; Junior Play; Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Home Room Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Number 37 Undecided age twenty-eight Carol Schauman “Carol” 84 San " Wheres my boy friend now?” Class Vice-President 2. Madison Junior High University k briel Drive k Rochester 1 k | Charles Schwonke “Chuck” Out of Town 4E 104 Congress Avenue A big Butter and Egg Man? L.l]W Senior Annual Board. cW ' JU - ' ' Rochester Business Institute 0-A L ' Angelyn H. Sciarrino Ange” 419 Raines Park Angelyn the angelic creator of heavenly designs. Soccer 4; Gym Meet 2, 3; Class Treasurer 4; Executive Council 3; Soph Party Committee; Senior Annual Board. Jefferson Junior High Mechanics Institute Wilbur Sheehan “Pony” 225 Flint Street " I just wasn ' t meant to be a sad person.” Reserve Baseball 4; Home Room Basketball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Swimming. Immaculate Conception Rensselaer Marlin Shepard 23 Filmore Street There’s one thing in school he likes quite well , That ' s the sound of the dismissal bell. Soccer 2, 3; Reserve Baseball 2; Class Basketball 2, 3 Tournament 2, 3, 4. Madison Junior High Golf Undecided Lois Slocum “Si” 176 Congress Avenue Lois is a small package—but what about good things? Number 37 Genesee Hospital °age twenty-time Sibyl Smith “Trixy” 43 Stanfield Terrace Tall and stately Sibyl is indeed a sybil. Madison Junior High Buffalo Children’s Hospital Genevieve Spohr “Jenny” 90 Thurston Road Isadora Duncan has nothing on Jenny when it comes to dancing. Typewriting Award; Orchestra 2, 3; Inter-High Orchestra 3; Occident 3; Glee Club 3. Madison Junior High Mechanics Institute Josephine Stottle “Jo” 32 Roslyn Street A pretty maid, so quiet and fair, IVith just a mass of curly hair. Tennis 2, 3; Basketball 3; G. A. A. Awards. Madison Junior High Brockport Normal Eleanor Everett Strong Buster 186 Kirkland Road We are all strong for Eleanor. Orchestra 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Inter-High Band 3, 4; Vice-President Band 4; Service Corps; Tennis. Madison Junior High Eastman School of Music “Chuck” Charles Symons 491 Rugby Avenue Charles is going in for big business. Nothing less than a newspaper executive, so he says. Reserve Soccer 3; Occident 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; Home Room Representative 2; Service Corps; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Home Room Basketball 2, 3, 4; Class Basketball 2, 3; Home Room Base¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Times-Union Correspondent 4. Madison Junior High Colgate Josephine M. Syracuse “Twinny” 245 Jay Street Josephine, are you sure you ' re not Carmella? Basketball 4; Swimming 2, 3; ' Iennis 2, 3; Swimming Meet 3; Gym Meet 2, 3; Soccer 2; Baseball 2; Dancing Class 2; G. A. A. Award. Jefferson Junior High City Normal Page thirty Bernice F. Taylor ea 1365 Genesee Street When she’s not talking, she’s laughing. Glee Club 2, 3; Occident 1, 2, 3. Number 37 Undecided Wendell W. Taylor Taylor 315 Brooks Avenue He would equal Copernicus in fame. Track 2; Cross Country 2, 3; Class President 1, 2; Soph Party Committee; Orchestra 1; Home Room Representative 1; State Championship Cross Country Meet 2, 3. Number 37 Rensselaer Augustine J. Tranella Au S ie 11 Santee Street Oh! Why was man born with such curls — To tease and taunt the poor girls? Home Room Baseball 2; Home Room Soccer 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; French Honor 1, 2, 3; West High String Quartet 4; Inter-High Orchestra 3, 4. Jefferson Junior High University of Rochester Alfred Ulrop 101 Burlington Avenue Nature hath framed strange fellows in her time. Orchestra; Home Room Baseball 3; Home Room Soccer 3. Monroe Junior High University of Rochester “Micky” East High Jack VandeSande 1560 Mount Hope Avenue Jack can paddle his own canoe, But he’d rather not. Service Corps; Senior Play. Eastman School of Music ‘Lou” Lulah Vedder 610 Arnett Boulevard Lou is aspiring to be chief ess of police. Basketball 3; Riding 3. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Helen M. Venor 842 Thurston Road “Venor” Helen is another one oj these astronomers , She just adores stars — that is, movie stars. Basketball 1, 2, 3. Number 37 Undecided w ILLIAM R. WALCH “Bill” 416 Magnolia Street Who worships the great god Business Is bound to succeed. Executive Council 4; Home Room Basketball 2; Home Room Baseball 2, 4. Madison Junior High Undecided Catherine Williams 29 Elmdorf Avenue We wonder just how long Kay will teach. French Club. Madison Junior High Brockport Normal Robert R. Williams “Lefty” 96 Raeburn Avenue West High’s triple threat man. Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Home Room Baseball 2; Home Room Basketball 2; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; School Golf Champion 3, 4; Tennis Tournament 2; Golf Tournament 2, 3, 4; Interclass Baseball 2; Interclass Basketball 2, 3; All-Scholastic Soccer 4. Madison Junior High Cornell Arthur Wilson 76 Normandy Avenue Art is certainly paving the way Toward being an exceptionally nice man some day. Soph Basketball; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Interclass Basketball 3. Madison Junior High University of Michigan Selden Wing 160 Gardiner Avenue Selden is Bob Smith ' s Siamese twin. Madison Junior High University of Buffalo Page thirty-two Kathryn J. Wolters Ka Y 340 Cottage Street Tho often silent she does keep We know still water runneth deep. Tennis 2, 3; Typewriting Awards 2, 3. Madison Junior High Undecided “Phil” Philip Winslow 410 Plymouth Avenue From bank clerk to President. Soccer 4; Home Room Basketball 3; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Soph Basketball; Interclass Basketball 3. Madison Junior High Cornell Marguerite Young Mar § 395 Ravenwood Avenue I would be better if I could, But it’s so awful lonesome being good. Tennis 2, 3. Madison Junior High Undecided Caesar Nicholas Youtchas Caesar 77 Atkinson Street What Caesar doesn ' t know about literature isn ' t worth knowing. Wrestling Club 3; Quill Club; Senior Play; Intermediate Algebra Honor; Indoor Track 4; Frosh Soccer. Madison Junior High University of Rochester ‘Walt” Walter Ades 1039 Garson Avenue He made of silence an art. Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4; Class Baseball 3, 4; Honor French 1, 2; Honor English. Madison Junior High Business Addie Adkins Bil y 152 Adams Street No task too difficult, no formula too complex, no idea too perplexing. Glee Club 2. Madison Junior High Eastman School of Music Page thirty-three Virginia A. Alward “Virgie” 194 Bartlett Street A girl who has unshakable faith that something will turn up. Madison Junior High Business Number 37 Gilda Antonelli 316 Genesee Park Boulevard I have lived and loved. Typewriting Award 2. Business ‘Bob” Madison Junior High Robert Ash His motto is " Ivory Soap. " 94 Gardener Avenue Business Dorothy Baker “Dotty” 346 Woodbine Avenue Beautiful — but not so dumb. Class Secretary 4; West High Service Corps; Glee Club 2. Madison Junior High Syracuse University Elmer Ball Elmer 249Columbia Avenue I have a heart with room for every joy. Basketball 1. Out of Town Howard “Ruthie” Number 37 Ruth Banning Such eyes! Such eyes! Glee Club 2, 3. 1 Ellicott Street Undecided Page thirty-four “Winnie” Number 43 fl ------ W Page thirty-five Winifred E. Bergman No ice — berg tho. 58 Avery Street Business Well, we ' ve never heard him do it. Home Room Basketball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Base¬ ball 2 , 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 2 , 3, 4; Class Base¬ ball 2 , 3, 4; Class Soccer 2, 3, 4; Member of Executive Council 4. Madison Junior High Business Raymond C. Barker Abner 74 Melrose Street Lovely, Bishop Carton! Junior Play Cast; Senior Play Cast; Library Club 3, 4 ; Vice- President Library Club 4; Armistice Day Play; Graduation An¬ nouncement Committee. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Charles Barth Chuck 143 Anthony Street An interesting Chap! What say? Madison Junior High Undecided Bernice Bennem Barney 69 Farragut Street Just a shy little violet, habitat unknown. Basketball 4; Soccer 4; Baseball 3; Honor English. Out of Town Highland Hospital Fred Bennett “Fritz” 34 Normandy Avenue The lad who fashions fantastic fantacies to fascinate mere mortals. Home Room Representative 2, 4; Senior Annual Board. Madison Junior High John Alvah Parsons, New York Lillian M. Billings “Billie” 28 Olean Street Silence more musical than any song. Glee Club 2; Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Business Madeline Blake “Madeline” 63 Epworth Street A voice pitched to chant the praises of the muse. Swimming 3. Madison Junior High Howard University “Bert” Bertha M. Bohrer The maiden shy who shies at nothing. 13 Immel Street Swimming 1; Track 1; Tennis 1; Basketball 1; G. A. A. Insignia; Glee Club 3, 4. Saint Joseph’s Normal “Bubbles” Madison Junior High Ruth Boulton Shorn tresses, Shorter dresses. Typewriting Award 2. 60 Magnolia Street Mechanics Institute Elizabeth Bower “Betty” 61 Congress Avenue An all around good sport! Numerals; G. A. A. Award; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2; Gym Meet 1. Number 37 Business “Boydie” Jean R. Boyd 768 Frost Avenue Oh, Jean, for a sense of humor like yours! And, oh, for a chuckle like that! French Honor 2, 3; Intermediate Algebra Honor; Junior Play Cast; Senior Play C ast; Quill 3; French Club 3; Tennis 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Basketball 4; Honor English; Armistice Day Play; Graduation Announcement Committee. Out of Town Oberlin Page thirty-six Catherine Bradish " Kay” 146 Bartlett Street Loves to study the carvings on the study-hall desks. Nazareth Academy Hospital Training Arthur Briggen 67 Roslyn Street “Nowher so bisy a man as he there was, and yet he seemed bisier than he was. " Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Class Baseball 3; Home Room Soccer 2, 3. Madison Junior High Business Claribel M. B. Brotsch Babbie 1301 Mount Hope Avenue “Modernistic - Futuristic but not the least bit prehistoric.” Swimming 4; Basketball 4; Occident Staff 4; Member of Quill; Annual Board; Occident Pin; Honor English; Senior Party Com¬ mittee; Editorial Editor of Occident, 4; Soccer 4; Baseball 4; Asso¬ ciate Editor of Occident 4. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Alice L. Brown A1 40 Epworth Street " If thy heart matches thy hair. There is much fire there. " Basketball 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3; Tennis 2, 3; G. A. A. Award; Girl Reserve 3; French Honor; Annual Board. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Donald Brownlee 1 Penhurst Street Until the angel call him, he slumbers. Basketball 3, 4; Captain Basketball 4; Tennis 2; Manager of Tennis 2; Reserve Basketball 2; Reserve Soccer 2, 3; Home Room Basketball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 3, 4; Home Room Base¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Class Soccer 3; Assistant Manager of Soccer 3; Assistant Manager of Baseball 3; Vice-President of Hi-Y 4; Home Room Representative 3, 4. Madison Junior High Springfield College Kathryn L. Brunk “Kitty” 201 Seymour Road Our Kathryn who daily practices basketball in home room. Baseball 3; Basketball 3; Soccer 3; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Numerals; G. A. A. Award; Honor French. Out of Town Undecided Page thirty-seven Clara E. Burrill “Spike” 2242 East Main Street She may be small and shy, but that ' s no hindrance to her doing big things. Glee Club 2; Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Business ‘Cal” Saint Augustine ' s Aileen Callahan An Irish colleen who sure can stand up for her rights. Swimming 3, 4; Tennis 1. 114 Garfield Street Undecided Marion E. Carson “Speedy” 179 Garfield Street It ' s loads of fun to laugh. Madison Junior High Undecided “Nick” Auburn Academic High John E. Carter The ink Magnate! 201 Shelter Street Undecided Lindsay Case Casey 76 Lozier Street Lindsay is a case! I rack 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3; Glee Club Party Committee; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; West High Singers; West High Quartette. Madison Junior High Colorado School of Mining “Wally” Jefferson Junior High Louis Cerulli ‘Aw, I wasn ' t doin’ nothin ' .’ 184 Oak Street Undecided Page thirty-eight Russel Charles “Russ” 69 Milton Street All wool and a yard wide. Home Room Soccer. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Mary Christantello Marietta 77 Santee Street As pert as an elf, as merry as a fairy, is Mary. Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2; Honor French; Honor English. Jefferson Junior High University of Rochester “Rosy” Rosario C. Cibella 213 Oak Street From his name, you d expect him to be a composer for stringed quartets. Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4; President of Apennine Club; French Honor. Jefferson Junior High Undecided “Clohecy” Helen Jane Clohecy 13 Normandy Avenue Just the best scout ever. Class Vice-President 4; G. A. A. Numerals; G. A. A. Cheerleader 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 4; Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; School Basketball 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Riding 2; Gym Meet 2, 3; Occident Advertising Staff. Out of Town Journalism Virginia Cotchefer Jinny 7 Cady Street An aristocrat with a democratic sense of humor. Honor English. Madison Junior High University of Rochester “Anita” Anita B. Cotrael 53 Rugby Avenue A sprightly spirit, a spirited sprite. Either way the answer ' s right. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Madison r Junior High Mechanics Institute % % Bud’ Clarence H. Crahan 640 Frost Avenue Even though vanquished, he could argue still. Madison Junior High Undecided Doris Crawford “Doris” 155 Salina Street Never let Doris’s sage demeanor fool you; when she looks most solemn, there’s sure to be a twinkle in her eye. Intermediate Algebra Honor; Honor English. Madison Junior High Undecided “Evie Madelyn Crino 1540 Clifford Avenue She ' d walk a mile for a stick of gum. Tennis 2, 3; Basketball 2; Apennine Club; Vice-President. Apennine Club 3; Apennine Club Party Committee 4. Washington Junior High Strong Memorial Hospital Mildred Cuddeback “Mid” Honest, Able, and Fearless. Madison Junior High 929 Jefferson Avenue Travel “ A1 ” Alvin A. Dale 419 Wellington Avenue Oh my dear! he ' s so bashful. Home Room Soccer 1; Honor English. Madison Junior High University of Rochester “Joe” Joseph D’Andrea 216 Sherman Street No, he doesn ' t pose for collar ads. Captain of All-Scholastic Soccer Reserve Team; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4. Rochester Shop School Springfield College Page forty Howard De Neve Howie” 168 Anthony Street He ' s so fast he ' s ahead in everything. Honor English. Madison Junior High Undecided Beth Derby Beth 669 Frost Avenue The original girl who would rather dance than eat. Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Madison Junior High Undecided Wilfred D. Despard 1389 Chili Avenue The dear slayer. Track 2, 3, 4; Captain of Track 3; Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Occident Staff 4; Class President 3, 4; Junior Party Committee Chairman; Assistant Manager of Soccer 3; Business Manager of Junior Play; West High Service Corps; Sport Editor of Occident 4; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Home Room Basketball 2; Home Room Baseball 2; Manager of Track 4. Jefferson Junior High Cornell University Charles E. Dickinson Pick’ 865 Genesee Park Boulevard “It matters not how straight the gate. How charged with punishments the scroll, I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul. " Reserve Baseball 3, Home Room Baseball 2, Chairman Senior Party Committee. Geneva High St. Stephen’s College John J. Di Martino J°hn 190 Spencer Street “It sounds suspiciously like an old favorite .” Jefferson Junior High University of Buffalo Page forty-one James Davis Jitn 1041 Lake Avenue Mr. Sauers, I wanna play! Jefferson Junior High Cornell Katherine A. Drum II Mount Pleasant Park “Never heard of Early European but she knows her Moderns.” Basketball 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3; Occident Advertising Staff 4; G. A. A. Award; Glee Club 2; Honor French; Gym Meet 3; Tennis Tournament 3; Honor English. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Richard Dudley “Dick” 111 Genesee Park Boulevard “ Let ' s make Whoopie ! ! !” Swimming 4; Assistant Cheerleader 4. Out of Town Undecided Joseph H. D UNN J oe 834 West Main Street “Yes, but in the last presidential elec -” Baseball 3; Class Treasurer 4; Staff of Junior Play; French Honor; Honor English. Saint Peter and Paul’s Business Violet Dunn Violet Helen Road When you take hair that’s a titian and a curly snare , And add to it a rose petal complexion and a voice that runs Like a hurrying brook, to keep up with its thoughts - What have you? A violet. Swimming 2, 3, 4; Tennis 4; Baseball 3; G. A. A. Award. Madison Junior High Normal School Eugenie Dupius ene 151 Arnett Boulevard If she had two pair of hands, she ' d be a duet. Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Combined Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Librarian Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3. Madison Junior High City Normal Jane C. Easton J an 4 Fulton Avenue She s very little, but the child is wise. She knows what she ' s after. Swimming 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Honor French. Jefferson Junior High University of Rochester Page forty-two “Bob” Junior Play Cast; Publicity Manager of Senior Play; French Club; “X” Literary Club; Honor English; Armistice Day Play. Madison Junior High University of Rochester L. Dudley Field Jr. “Dud” 52 Somerset Street Body by Fisher. West High Service Corps; “X” Literary Club. Madison Junior High Amherst Helen M. Fisher “Len” 95 Terrace Park Every day an exhibition of Helen ' s sunny disposition. Honor French; Honor English. Out of Town Normal Martha Fisher “Chic” 4 Orleans Street Brown eyes, why are you blue? Madison Junior High Rochester Business Institute Mary Fisher “Mary” 95 Terrace Park Mary is a shining star When it comes down to knowledge; We wonder what this girl will do When she goes off to college. Annual Board; Honor French; Honor English; Honor Intermediate Algebra. Out of Town Undecided Wilma Fonda “Willie” 107 Electric Avenue A brown eyed maid of rare ability Who can ne’er be equaled for her amiability. Gym Meet 3; Swimming 2, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Riding 3, 4; Dancing 4; Occident Staff 3; G. A. A. Mono¬ gram; Ring and Pin Committee; French Honor; Home Room Representative 2; West High Service Corps; Banking Clerk 2; Senior Party Committee; Annual Board. Jefferson ' Junior High University of Rochester Page forty-three Richard J. Fox “Dick” 90 Rugby Avenue fust a little boy who knows where he’s going. Wrestling 3; Wrestling Tournament 3. Madison Junior High Undecided Pearl Helen French “Frenchy” 173 Cameron Street The lady who collects prizes as a matter of habit. Prize in Chemistry Essay Contest. Number 30 Undecided Ruth Gaesser “Rudy” 363 Roxborough Road “Who said I didn’t like love stories? " Holy Apostles’ Highland Hospital Angeline Galluccio ‘Angie” 15 Dorsett Street Angelina lives up to the definition of her name — by selling sweets. Honor French, Secretary of Apennine Club, Treasurer of Apennine Club. Out of Town City Normal John N. Garlock “Johnny” 59 Thorndale Terrace fohnny wishes there were a billiard or a ping-pong team in the school. Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Home Room Basketball 2, 3, 4; Swimming Club 2, 3. Madison Junior High University of Wisconsin Adelaide Geraghty Quick in wit, quick in fun, First in the hearts of everyone. 28 Hinsdale Street Executive Council 4; Gym Meet 2, 3; Tennis 2, 4; Riding 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Senior Play; Armistice Day Play; Honor French; Graduation Announcement Committee. Out of Town University of Rochester Page forty-four “Marv” Mary Gies 1 190 Parlr Rnn e Tq rA A Grecian marble maid startled to life. German Reading Class; G. A. A. Award; Tennis 2, 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Occident Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor English. Out of Town University of Rochester “Flo” Florence Gilbert 100 Brooks Avenue A lady whose temper matches her hair. Basketball 3. Madison Junior High Business “Tom” Thomas C. Goodwin 153 Shelter Street I tell you what I’d ruther do Ef only I had my ruthers. I ' d ruther work when I wanted to Than be bossed around by others. Reserve Soccer 4; Home Room Representative 4. Madison Junior High Undecided Karl La Verne Gowin “Karl " 181 Bartlett Street “The Silent Man.” He had a talking contest with a stone wall, and latest reports say he won out. Science Club. Madison Junior High University of Rochester “Bebe” Althea Green 114 Fairview Avenue She’s a woman of affairs — It’s one affair right after another. Basketball 4; Gymnasium Meet 2; Class Secretary 3; Sophomore Party Committee; Glee Club 2; Honor French; Honor English; Bank Clerk 4. Madison Junior High Undecided Jean E. Green “Do-Do” 310 Reynolds Street The Viking poses as an American flapper. G. A. A. Award; Soccer 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 3; Swim¬ ming 4. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Paste forty-fine Mary Grow ‘Mary” Avon, New York Our inveterate Commuter. Basketball 3, 4; Swimming 3; Tennis 4; Horseback Riding 4; French Honor; Intermediate Algebra Honor. Avon High Middlebury College Ora Haag 19 Hinchey Road, Coldwater The laughing lady. Business Carolyn Hall “Cal” 555 Frost Avenue The accomplished lady with innumerable merit badges. Tennis 3; Basketball 2; Swimming 2, 3. Madison Junior High Boston University Nora L. Hamilton “Norinne” 149 Wetmore Park A wild Irish rose. Glee Club 3, 4; Basketball 1; Swimming 1, 2; Tennis 2. Number 43 Business “Fay” Madison Junior High Ruth Hanna So big? Typewriting Award. 95 Flint Street Business School Lillian Heermans " Billy” 243 Frost Avenue An imaginative mystic who mystifies the unimagin ative. Literary Editor of Occident 4; Glee Club 2; Honor English. Madison Junior High Syracuse University ' r " . Page forty-six Vera H UTSON “Vera” 156 Milton Street Books are an awful bore! Senior Play Staff. Madison Junior High Undecided Mildred Jaeger " Mil” 53 Bradburn Street “How on earth can one person have so many friends?” Madison Junior High Rochester Business Institute Mary Cecelia Jameson Cecelia 227 Jefferson Avenue Cecelia, thou art well named. The patron of thine art is likewise so-called. Glee Club 3. Madison Junior High Undecided Louise Jannatta L°uie 173 Orchard Street She doesn’t say so much , but it ' s worth listening to. Tennis 4; Typewriting Certificate and Pin. Jefferson Junior High Business Carolyn Jeffery J e ff 370 Sawyer Street At horseback riding she ' s right clever. And in clogging the best ever. Tennis 2, 4; Dancing 4; Riding 3; Basketball 4; Honor French; Library Club 3. Madison Junior High University of Rochester “Nat” Franklin Johndrew 55 Clay Avenue A blonde Ora brunette? Glee Club 1; Special Chorus 1; Home Room Representative 1; Home Room Baseball 1, 2; Home Room Soccer 3; Home Room Basketball 1, 3; Reserve Basketball 3; Reserve Baseball 4; Soc¬ cer 1, 4; Frosh Basketball; Frosh Baseball. Jefferson Junior High West p oint Pag e forty-eight Milford Johnson Millie 376 Driving Park Avenue T his one thing I do—or these forty things I dabble in — Which shall it be? Out of Town Basketball 3. University of Rochester Winifred E. Josh Winnie” 165 Reynolds Street She has powers without, and powers within, But the greatest of all is her power to " chin.” Swimming 4; Washington’s Birthday Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3. Madison Junior High Rochester Business Institute “Harry” Harriet Kane 130 Millbank Street A name for a novel. Basketball 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Swimming 4. Madison Junior High University of Rochester George Katsampes “Katspajammas” 47 Alameda Street A case where the Alma Mater is losing a valuable asset. Home Room Basketball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4. Madison Junior High University of Pennsylvania “Dick” Richard E. Keith 11 Wentworth Street The reason why girls leave home. Senior Play Cast; Bank Clerk 2; Glee Club. Madison Junior High Cornell University “Kippy” Elizabeth Kipp 526 Brooks Avenue Her only fault is that she has none. Number 37 Mechanics Institute Page forty-nine Charles G. Kirby “Chuck” 349 Champlain Street “ You might just as well kill me as scare me to death.” Junior Play Staff; Senior Play Staff; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Basketball 2, 3; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Reserve Basketball 3; Class Basketball 2, 3. Madison Junior High New York University “Judy” Julianna Klossner 15 Champlain Street Sweet simplicity paramount. Glee Club 2; Honor French. Madison Junior High Eastern Nazarene College “Cal” Robert Frederic Knight 531 Birr Street One of the knightly brothers. Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Council 4; Glee Club Party Com¬ mittee; West High Singers. Jefferson Junior High Eastman School of Music “Nell” Nellie Kyle 123 Magnolia Street Everyone must do right by our little Nell. Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Business “Chuck” E. Charles Larry 227 Depew Street “Where is that Leadley guy?” Home Room Soccer 3; Baseball 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Soph Party Com¬ mittee; Intermediate Algebra Honor. Madison Junior High University of Michigan “Teddy” Mary Laurer 296 Flint Street But Mary ' s not Scotch. Basketball 4. Immaculate Conception General Hospital George Leadley Leadley” 447 Genesee Street After using one bottle of your medicine I feel like a new man. Soph Party Committee; Junior Party Committee; West High Service Corps 3, 4; Home Room Repre¬ sentative 3; Honor French; Honor Intermediate Algebra; Glee Club 2, 3; Reserve Track 3; Cross Country 3, 4; Senior Annual Board; Class Pin Com¬ mittee; Hi-Y 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Home Room Basketball 2; Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4; West High Singers 3; Assistant Manager Cross Country 4; Honor English; Standard Bearer. Madison Junior High Cornell Marcus Levinson " Pat” 127 Lozier Street He ' s bound to be a great man some day. Look how big he is now! Reserve Soccer 3, 4; Class Basketball 2, Home Room Baseball 2, 3. Madison Junior High Colgate Evelyn G. Lewis “Ev” 35 Chandler Street We are all convinced that Scottsville ought to have a place on the map. Gym Meet 3, Basketball 1, Glee Club 2, 3. Number 37 City Normal School Ruth Margaret Line “Ruth” 302 Aberdeen Street Golden haired and fair of face , she has a native inborn grace. Senior Play Cast; West High Singers; Glee Club 2. Madison Junior High Eastman School of Music Eleanor Long “Al” 158 Atkinson Street —But she blushed as she spoke. Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Baseball 3; Soccer 2, 4; G. A. A. Award; Honor French; Honor Intermediate Algebra; Honor English. St. Lucy’s University of Rochester Frank P. Lupiani “Lup” 1 Saratoga Avenue He never says a foolish thing, Nor ever does a wise one. Interclass Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Basketball 2, 3; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Treasurer of Apennine Club. Aquinas Institute University of Rochester Page fifty-one Ruth Mackie “Ruthie” 546 Plymouth Avenue South Charming, Friendly, Amiable — Oh, well. There is no room here for all of it. Basketball 3; Swimming 3; Baseball 3; Swimming Meet Numerals. Madison Junior High Business “John” Number 43 John Maltby 1347 Lyell Avenue Almost a knight. Wharton School of Finance Mary Masters “Mary” 153 Bronson Avenue A vision that everyone is glad to see. Madison Junior High Hospital Training Robert McCormack ‘Mac” 294 Elmdorf Avenue The answer to a maiden s prayer. Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Executive Council 4; Senior Play Cast; Junior Play Cast; Library Club 3, 4; President of Library Club 4. Madison Junior High Massachusetts Institute ‘Winnie” Winifred McGinnis 227 Columbia Avenue JVinny says playing at tennis is as much fun as playing tennis. Gym Meet 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Honor French 1; G. A. A. Award. Immaculate Conception City Normal “Mickey” St. Monica’s Marie A. McHugh 518 Sawyer Street Is my nose powdered? I mean is it shiny? Book Exchange; Typewriting Award. Business School Page fifty-two Edith M. McKee Gay” 412 Seward Street Now where is that girl? Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Business School “Dot” Dorothy McLain 53 Ellicott Street Dorothy ' s lane is straight but not narrow. Typewriting Award; Book Exchange. St. Monica’s Business School “Dot” Dorothy McMullen 449 Frost Avenue A Dot with much dash. Glee Club 2, 3. Madison Junior High Mechanics Institute “Ruth” Ruth McVicar 330 Brooks Avenue Looks as if she’d stepped out of an old English vicarage. Honor English. Monroe Junior High Rochester Dental Dispensary “Issy” Isabelle Mead 576 Clarissa Street A living example that “the typewriter is mightier than the sword. " Home Room Representative 2; Occident Staff 3, 4; Typewriting Award; Book Exchange 4. Madison Junior High Business “Chick” Frank Mele 16 R omeyn Street French? Track 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Orchestra; Concertmaster of Orchestra. Jefferson Junior High Undecided Page fifty-three Grant Merklinger “Merk” 87 Marlborough Road Ask him to work — the results will be fine. Drive him to work — and he ' ll balk every time. Madison Junior High Mechanics Institute Carol E. Metherell “Carol” 137 East Henrietta Road A sweet and gentle spirit whose company we have been privileged to enjoy. Number 13 Rochester Normal Robert F. Metzdorf “Bob” 97 Elmdorf Avenue Beneath that silent and austere countenance — Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking — Ladies and Gentlemen— This is for Bunk! Editor-in-Chief of Occident; Associate Editor of Occident; Bunk Editor of Occident; Occident Pin; Tennis Tournament 2, 3, 4; Executive Council; Glee Club 2, 3; Honor French; Honor German; Service Corps; Junior Play Cast; “X” Literary Club; Honor English; Annual Board, Hi-Y. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Katherine Miller Ka y 53 Jefferson Terrace Our budding young lawyer. Basketball 3; Swimming 3; Baseball 3; Typewriting Award; Wash¬ ington s Birthday Exercises; Glee Club 2; Graduation Announcement Committee. Business Madison Junior High Evelyn Millner v ' e 173 Depew Street All compliments to her are trite; She has adorers left and right. Swimming 1, 2; Basketball 1; Tennis 1; Junior Play; Senior Play. St. Augustine’s Normal School “Oc” Oscar Minor 56 Bradburn Street " It ' s very scientific. " President of Science Club; Honor Intermediate Algebra; Honor English. Number 37 University of Rochester Page fifty-jour “Vee-Vee” Viola Parrella 728 Broad Street West Dark eyed and raven haired, Witty and charming and debonair . Jefferson Junior High Undecided E. Randall Parsons “Randall” 373 Columbia Avenue A parson must never lose his Faith. Swimming 2, 3, 4; Manager of Swimming 4; Assistant Manager of Junior Play; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Corps 2, 3, 4. Madison Junior High Undecided Marion E. Peck “Peckie” 423 Tremont Street Good cheer, a lot of fun, and a smile for everyone. Who? Pecky! “W” Monogram; Home Room Representative 3, 4; Executive Coun¬ cil 4; Numerals; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2; Base¬ ball 2, 3; Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Team 3; Assistant Manager Basketball 3; Manager Tennis 4; Cheerleader of G. A. A. 1,2; Assistant Manager G. A. A. 3; Secretary G. A. A. 4; Gym Meet 1,2,3; Annual Board; Class President 1; Class Cheerleader 3, 4. Immaculate Conception Bi A. Frances Phillips “Fran” 681 Arnett Boulevard Very quiet, most demure, We all like her, that is sure. Tennis 4; Riding 4; Glee Club 3; Annual Board. Madison Junior High Cornell ‘Ed” Edward A. Pike Pretty? Petite? and Sweet? 173 Kenwood Avenue Manager Cross Country 4; Tennis Tournament; Lettering Club 4; Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4; Assistant Manager Track 3; Home Room Basketball 2, 3; Winner Interclass Wrestling Tournament; Glee Club 4; Prize Poster. Madison Junior High Mechanics Institute Samuel Pilato Sammy 38 Orange Street Sam plays end (tail end) on the track team. Track 3; Cross Country 3; Decoration Committee of Apennine Club Party. Jefferson Junior High University of Rochester Page fifty-six « TT » Victor Pooley 1C 336 Columbia Avenue It might be Lon Chaney. Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Business Elno N. Powell Hellno 138 Rugby Avenue Just a quiet soul who joined the “Glee Club.” Glee Club Party Committee; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; West High Singers. Madison Junior High Ohio State “Betty” Esther B. Pringle 554 Arnett Boulevard Mix a measure of wit with a measure of pep , and there is our Betty. Honor French; Service Corps 3, 4. Madison Junior High University of Rochester “Lin” Linforth A. Reed 287 Kenwood Avenue Old English. Interclass Soccer 2; Home Room Soccer 2, 3, 4; Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4. Madison Junior High University of Rochester “Bill” William Reilich 54 Centennial Street He says he lives the life of Riley — He ' s abused. Jefferson Junior High University of Rochester Crayce Grace Reinhard 548 Arnett Boulevard Nature made her what she is. Occident Staff 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Madison Junior High Eastman School of Music Page fifty-seven ‘Billy” Helen J. Rich 35 Lenox Street A pretty girl with loads of pep. You just ought to see her “ step”! Number 37 Rochester Business Institute Gladys M. Roberts “Glad” Basketba cer 2, 3, Staff 3, 4; Students’ Council 2, 3, Number 37 75 Virginia Avenue There ' s a teasiXg, rather pleasing. In her tantalizmg smile. am 3; T|nf?is 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Soc- g I, , 2, 3j| if; Basketball 1, 2, f r 4-, Occident ta ;y G- A. ' A. 3; ' President G. A. A. 4; Vice-President 4;,AVest High Service Corps 3, 4; Executive Room Representative 3; Basketball Reserve Team 2; Honor English. University of Rochester Harold Rohrer “Hank” 91 Burlington Avenue The second degree is always comparative. Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Soccer 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Students’ Association; President of Students’ Association; Execu¬ tive Council 3, 4; Secretary of Freshman Class; Treasurer of Junior Class; Captain of Home Room Soccer 2; Home Room Basketball 2. Saint Monica’s Undecided Neil Rossbrook Nihil’ 482 Wellington Avenue I ain ' t, ner don ' t p ' tend to be. Much posted on philosophy. But there is times, when, all alone, I work out ideas of my own. Glee Club 4; Tennis Tournament 3, 4; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Class Baseball 2. Madison Junior High Cornell University “Hem” Eleanore Rosenhagen 277 Sylvan Road, Brighton A very “ reserved” miss. Basketball 3; Swimming 2; Baseball 2; Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Business E. Alice Ruppersberger Idle Lane, ' Brighton This sweet little gal Makes a mighty fine pal. Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Undecided Page fifty-eight Donald Russell “Russ” Coldwater, New York No relation to Lillian. Wrestling 4; Wrestling Club 3, 4; Reserve Base¬ ball 2, 3; Baseball 4; Reserve Soccer 4; Captain Reserve Baseball 3; Home Room Basketball 1, 3; Home Room Soccer 1, 2, 3; Home Room Base¬ ball 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1. Out of Town Cornell Lucy Sandmeyer “Sandy” 704 Post Avenue So rich a voice was never meant to sing unheard. Out of Town Undecided Dorothy Sanford “Dot” 488 Sawyer Street Why so shy Dorothy? Speak up! You shouldn ' t hide a nice little voice like that. Out of Town Cit Frank Sanford “Frank” 122 Aberdeen Street “Say, what ' s the answer to the fourth one? " Soccer 3, 4; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; Manager Tennis Team 4; Manager of Swimming; Class Vice-President 2, 3; Secretary Hi-Y; West High Service Corps; Home Room Baseball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Basketball 2, 3; Captain of Home Room Basketball 2; Home Room Soccer 2; Captain Tennis; Swimming 2, 3, 4. Madison Junior High Union College Elizabeth Wickham Saunders “Lyz” 108 Aldine Street With Lyz for his nurse, what man could keep a normal pulse? Swimming 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Tennis 3; Soccer 4; Decoration Committee of Junior Party. Madison Junior High Massachusetts General Hospital Evelyn Schantz “Evie” 594 Tremont Street You just ought to see her bounding around after a basketball. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. Award. Madison Junior High General Hospital Page fifty-nine Lewis Schauman “Lewie” 84 San Gabriel Drive One dandy stage manager! Golf Insignia; French Honor; Junior Play Staff; Senior Play Staff. Madison Junior High University of Rochester Leonard Schieffelin “Leonard” 227 Lincoln Avenue He’s on his second carload. Madison Junior High Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Karla Schlueter 93 Roth Street She says very little, but she tells us a lot. Undecided ‘Fred” Germany Ferdinand Otto Schmitt Deeds are better things than words, Actions better than boastings. Annual Board. 17 Copely Street Undecided Max Schneider “Max” 134 Bronson Avenue Max might well be a gun. Home Room Soccer 2; Treasurer Science Club; Swimming Club. Madison Junior High Undecided •Ann” Annabelle C. Seeger 432 Frost Avenue I sometimes do a little work, I study now and then. But I have learned to concentrate My study most on men. Madison Junior High Mechanics Institute Page sixty Jane E Sheils 282 Penhurst Street ane Though she’s pretty, she’s not vain; She’s a lady, it is plain. She ' s not loud; she’s not proud. May her beauty never wane. Editor-in-Chief of Occident 4; Occident Pin 3; Occident Staff 2, 3, 4; Music Editor Occident 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Council 4; Class Secre¬ tary 2; French Elonor 2; Elandbook Revision Com¬ mittee 4; Chairman Class Ring and Pin Committee 3; Soph Party Committee; Glee Club Party Com¬ mittee 2, 3; Memorial Day Exercises 3. Nazareth Academy University of Rochesi Carl Smith “Carl” 28 Barton Street Give a man a book he can read. “X” Literary Club. Madison Junior High Undecided Charles H. Smith “Chuck” 89 Woodbine Avenue It is reported that corporal C. H. S. has water on the brain from studying algebra. His ardor must be dampened. West High Service Corps; Orchestra. Madison Junior High Syracuse University F. Eugenie Smith “Gene” HO Millbank Street Don ' t be in a hurry to answer “yes” or “no " . Nothing is lost by being reasonably slow. Basketball 3; Tennis 2; Occident Staff 1, 2, 3; Honor French; Honor Intermediate Algebra; Home Room Representative 1, 2, 3; Banking Clerk 4; Service Corps. Number 37 University of Rochester rage sixty-one Glenn M. Siller “Glenn” 243 Parsells Avenue What a lovely manicure! Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Soccer 2, 3; Home Room Representative 2. Madison Junior High University of Pennsylvania Louise Skorapa “Lou” 66 South Washington Street She ' s very gentle; she’s very sweet; She’s the finest girl you ' d want to meet. Tennis 4. Madison Junior High Eastman School of Music Robert Smith “Howie” Number 37 Howard A. Sprout 783 Post Avenue How V sprouts! University of Rochester “Helen” Saint Mary’s Helen Stack The proof positive that you don’t have to make a lot of noise to have a lot of friends. 15 Oakland Street Undecided “Mee Ree” Marie L. Stallman 270 Magnolia Street A modern miss with plenty of pep. Basketball 3; Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Business “Frank” Frank L. Stangland 63 Kingsboro Road use “Pepsodent ”, that ' s why I’m always smiling. Madison Junior High Business Esther Stapler Es 64 Bartlett Street Prim and precise a maid is she, But none sweeter in the whole country. Typewriting Award. Madison Junior High Business “Dorie” Doris Steubing 155 Westfall Road The famous elocution — er. Glee Club 2. Madison Junior High University of Rochester “Marg” Margaret Stone 12 Normandy Avenue The Olva motto is “ Super-Creamed .” Madison Junior High Temple University Hewett W. Strever “Hewett” 254 Hawley Street The man who makes the wheels go round. Occident Staff 2, 3, 4; Associate Editor Occident 3; Editor-in-Chief of Occident 3; Occident Pin; Executive Council 3; Prize Short Story; Editor-in-Chief, Senior Annual; Honor English; Designer of School Pin; Service Corps 4; “X” Literary Club; Prize Poster. Madison Junior High Philadelphia College of Osteopathy w IL LIAM H. Strobel “Bill” 570 Jefferson Avenue The world knows nothing of its greatest men. Home Room Baseball 1, 2; Home Room Soccer 1, 2; Home Room Basketball 1, 2, 3; Freshman Basketball; Class Basketball 1, 2; Honor French 1, 2. Immaculate Conception Cornell University “Emma” Emma Suiter 473 Hawley Street Go-getters are bound to succeed. Swimming 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Science Club 3; Secretary of Science Club 4. Madison Junior High Undecided Pagt sixty-three Carmella M. Syracuse “Twinny” 245 Jay Street Mr. Vallance s bright and shining questionnaire. Swimming 3; Swimming Meet 2; Gym Meet 2, 3; G. A. A. Award; Typewriting Award 3; Orchestra 2, 3. Jefferson Junior High City Normal Edward Joseph Trick Stick 24 Sawyer Street Just like one of the “Smith Brothers”. Glee Club 4. Madison Junior High Undecided Blaine E. Tuttle Blondie 41 Fairview Avenue It’s all in the family. Soccer 4; Home Room Representative 3; Home Room Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3; Home Room Baseball 1, 2; Home Room Soccer 1, 2, 3; Frosh Basketball; Frosh Baseball; Frosh Soccer; Interclass Basketball 1, 2, 3; Interclass Baseball 1,2; Interclass Soccer 1,2,3; Captain Home Room Soccer 3; Captain Interclass Basketball 2. Number 37 Aviation “Herb” EIerbert Ulrich 241 Curtis Street “Oh yes, Lenore is a relative.” Reserve Cross Country 3; Home Room Soccer 3; Swimming Club; Guide Science Club 4; Glee Club 3. Jefferson Junior High Undecided ✓ Alameda Van Derbrook Allie’ 232 Garfield Street It wouldn ' t surprise us if this little lady should turn out a few “ best sellers " in the not distant future. Swimming 1, 2; Basketball ]; Senior Play Staff; Assistant Banking Clerk 1, 2. Saint Augustine’s Business Rosamunde Van Hoesen “Rozzie” 80 Terrace Park “and then he said to me — ” Honor French; Honor English. Madison Junior High Clifton Springs Sanitarium Evelyn L. Vroom “Ev” 436 Magnolia Street A lady whose alabaster brow has never known a frown of perplexity. Typewriting Awards. Out of Town Geneseo Normal Training School 82 Hobart Street Ada Wallace “Abie” Abie, the beloved. Baseball 2, 3; Numerals; G. A. A. Award W; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Gym Meet 2, 3; Honor English. Madison Junior High Temple University 65 Austin Street D’Arcy Warren “Pinky” He was only a lamp maker ' s son, but he never turned a bright girl down. Track 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 2; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Captain of Cross Country 4; State Representative Cross Country 3. Jefferson Junior High Syracuse University Rhea Watson ‘Rhea” 152 Congress Avenue " Cap " Rhea is so very small, She’s hard for one to see at all. But hand her once a basketball. And she ' ll excell both great and small. Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Track 1; Soccer 3, 4; Gym Meet 1, 2, 3; Manager of Basketball 4; Vice-President of G. A. A. 4; Vice-President of Frosh Class; Executive Council 4. Number 37 Temple University Page sixty-five I Kathryn Weber “Kay” 98 Sherwood Avenue “Merely Margy ” come to life. St. Augustine’s Normal Thelma Wegner “Scotchie” 328 Sawyer Street The Speed Queen. Occident Staff 3; Occident Pin; Typewriting Awards; Home Room Representative 3. Madison Junior High Business Margaret Weir ' Peg” 97 Ellicott Street Margaret, we’re glad you’re here . It’s an added attraction. Glee Club 2, 3; Home Room Representative 2; Bank Clerk 2. Number 37 Highland Hospital Arnold C. White Arnie” 77 Lozier Street “Me and Casey went -” Home Room Soccer 3, 4; Home Room Baseball 2, 3; Home Room Basketball 2, 3; Glee Club 4; West High Singers 4. Madison Junior High West Point “Dink” Saint Monica’s Helen M. White Has a quiet humor all her own. Typewriting Award. 265 Magnolia Street Syracuse University Albert Wittenberg 468 West Main Street We wonder if that ' s where the town got its name. Madison Junior High ' Undecided Page sixty-six Once Upon a Time ✓ 1. “Sunshine and Showers”, by Wendell Taylor. 2. Heros (of Senior Plays, at least) grow up like this. 3. President Coolidge used to ride a hobby horse. President Hank Rohrer used to ride a.. 4 . “Oh my goodness, you don’t mean to tell me that’s ALVIN!” 5. Now we know why Dick Keith cannot tell a lie. 6. When Caesar Youtchas was a boy in Saint Petersburg, Russia. 7. And this is what little January and June Class standard bearers are made of. r T " 9 8. Mrs. Hendershott: (calling from back porch) Char - r - r-les ! Where’s that br :o - o - o - om r ? Page rixty-ninf Page seventy-one The Executive Council Ernest Reynolds Harold Gladys Vincent Rohrer Roberts Black Ex-Officio Faculty Members William M. Bennett . James M. Spinning Miss Ethel Manchester. Mr. George Jaffrey . . Principal Vice-Principal Girls’ Adviser . Treasurer Mr. R. Sherman Stowell Comm, of Elections Mr. Raymond Naramore Faculty Adv., Occident Mr. Emil Hulek . . Boys’ Physical Director Miss Vera Fisher . . Girls’ Physical Director Ex-Officio Student Members Harold Rohrer Gladys Roberts Vincent Black. Ernest Reynolds . President Students ' Assoc. . Vice-Pres. Students ' Assoc. Secretary Students ' Assoc. Cheer Leader Students ' Assoc. Harold Sullivan Robert Metzdorf . Marion Peck . Arlene Blattner . Robert Knight . Instrumental Clubs Editor-in-Chief, Occident Girls’ Athletic Association Girls’ Athletic Association . Vocal Clubs Elective Members January ’29 Anita Butler Dorothy Rowe William Walch Donald Lyons January ’30 Benjamin Rose Robert Nixon Jean Connor Caroline Marsh January ’31 Barbara Hargar Sidney Nichols Marguerite Fellows January ’32 George Hancock Dorothy Otis June ’29 Rhea Watson Adelaide Geraghty Paul Barker Robert McCormack June ’30 Eleanor Adams Madeline Belisle Richard Wilson June ’31 Ruth Sitzenstatter Howard Spindler Appointive Members Mrs. Beulah Lyman Mr. Wilbert Arnold M RS. H. P. Smith Mr. Edward Pickard E Faculty Faculty Alumni . Alumni lizabeth Kurtz . Richard Bennett Robert Nixon Wilfred Despard Frank Sanford . Post Graduate Manager Basketball Manager Baseball . Manager Track Manager Tennis Pae.e seventy-three Class Officers Page seventy-four Class Officers President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer. fit Officers of the Classes of 1929 January . Richard Bennett . Ruth Frazer . Charles Symons . Angelyn Sciarrino June President . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Cheer Leader . Wilfred Despard Helen Clohecy Dorothy Baker Joseph Dunn Marion Peck Officers of the Classes of 1930 January President .Kenneth McConnell Vice-President . Eugenie Smith Secretary .Robert Turner Treasurer .Hester Howland Cheer Leader .Ernest Reynolds June President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Paul Forth Meryl Walker Dorothy Case Ralph Clark Page seventy-five The Service Corps Page seventy-six The Service Corps The Service Corps, one of the youngest organizations in the school, is an organization without officers and without a constitution. With service the reason for its being, service its motto, and service its impelling motive, it has risen to a position worthy of recognition in West High School. January 1929 Richard Bennett Edwin Burne Phyllis Holton Thelma Horton Joseph Ottalagana Randall Parsons Eleanor Reed Charles Smith Eleanor Strong Charles Symons Jack VandeSande June Dorothy Baker Virginia Cotchefer Wilfred Despard Raymond Doyle Dudley Field W ilma Fonda Richard Fox 1 9 2 9 George Leadley Robert Metzdorf Betty Pringle Gladys Roberts Max Schneider Hewett Strever Frank Sanford January 1930 Vincent Black Elizabeth Bonner Myron DeHollander Randall Ford Jean Holton Hester Howland Kenneth McConnell Robert Nixon Jean Paddon Ernest Reynolds Eugenie Smith Frances Brewer Ross Brooks Paul Forth Dorothy Gies June 1930 Boyd Ireland Maurice Lynn Hazel Martens Jean Peiper Clara Shumaker January 1931 George DeForest Marguerite Fellows Gordon Hammon Barbara Harger Wanda Smith Sidney Nichols Betty Paddon Eugene Parsons Robert Schwonke Page seventy-seven AHS The Library Club Offi cers Robert McCormack . Raymond Barker . Jean Connor . Miss Ruth Vanderpool . President Vice-President Secretary Librarian Organization Early last year, the West High Library Club was organized by the librarians, Miss Ruth F. Vander¬ pool and Mrs. Ruth W. Cooper. Membership in the organization gives the student some practice in library procedure, and teaches him to use the library more efficiently. Each club member gives his services to the librarian during two periods of each week. Membership Raymond Barker Jean Connor Ernestine Elmendorf Frances Fletcher Jean Holton He ster Howland Margaret Margaret Livingston Caroline Marsh Robert McCormack Raymond Rosenhagen Eugenie Smith Grace Tuttle Wright Page seventy-nine The Class Plays The J unior Play Directed by Mrs. Charles Ellis frocks WHat C ° nSternati0 " a C ° y l° Un f maiden ’ ha ™S recently returned from France with a carload of Frenchy ; .1 ancausemasma town, hats what happened when the Combined Classes of’29 presented “Thank You” in the school auditorium, on the evening of April 27, 1928. Cast Hannah .... Jean Boyd Betsy Blodgett Betty Brigham Willetts David Lee Andy Beardsley . Robert Metzdorf Mrs. Morton Jones Marcia Randall Gladys Jones . Evelyn Millner Monte Jones Burton Schaefer Diane Lee .... Phyllis Holton Kenneth Jamieson Raymond Doyle Leonard Higginbotham Franklyn Hutchinson Abner Norton. Raymond Barker Hiram Swett . Robert McCormack Judge Hasbrook . John Wood Dr. Andrew Cobb. . Alfred Delgado Morton Jones Richard Bennett Cornelius Jamieson . Robert Fagan Griggs .... Herbert Brown Staff Business Manager. . . Wilfred Despard Assistant Business Manager . Randall Parsons Advertising Manager . . William Matteson Assistant Advertising Manager . Charles Kirby Stage Manager . . . Louis Schauman Assistant Stage Manager Property Manager Assistant Property Manager Electrician Assistant Elec¬ trician Mistress of Wardrobe Assistant Mistress of IVardrobe Shirley Bodenstein Joseph Dunn Althea Green John Allen Wendell Taylor Eleanor Reed Ernestine Elmendorf The Senior Play Directed by Mrs. Charles Ellis “Sign Here Please”, the second dramatic attempt of the Classes of ’29, kept the audience in suspense while the hero made love to a book agent and tried to keep a chorus girl out of sight. The Senior Play was presented in the school auditorium on the evening of December 14, 1928. Cast Staff Watts Business Manager Jack VandeSande Michael . Caesar Youtchas Assistant Business Manager William Dixon Mrs. Barrington . Adelaide Geraghty Advertising Manager . Robert Fagan Foster . Richard Keith Assistant Adver- Rev. James Schooley Herbert Brown tising Manager Raymond Doyle Peggy Carton Phyllis Holton Stage Manager Louis Schauman Rt. Rev. William Carton . Raymond Barker Assistant Stage Manager . Rosamond Brooks Richard Barrington . Robert McCormack Property Manager Charles Kirby Honor Bright Ruth Line Assistant Property Annie . Helen Deitrich Manager . . Alameda VanDerbrook Maggie Electrician .... Michael Karline Tot Marval .... . Evelyn Millner Assistant Electrician Gordon Hammond Simpson . David Fishbaugh Mistress of Wardrobe . . Marye Decker Jones . Michael Karline Assistant Mistress Bill Drum .... . Alfred Delgado of Wardrobe Vera Hutson Page eighty-one literary Activities The Senior Annual Charles Hendershott Anita Butler Hewett Strever Horace Hart The Senior Annual Board Anita Butler . Hewett W. Strever Charles Hendershott David Fishbaugh . Claribel Brotsch Betty Brigham . Dorothy Rowe . Mary Fisher Elmer Niermeyer Marion Peck . Eleanor Reed . Wilma Fonda Fred Bennett . Angelyn Sciarrino Horace Hart Clarence Crahan George Leadley Robert Metzdorf Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Literary Editor Assistant Literary Editor Statistical Editor Assistant Statistical Editor . Sport Editor . Assistant Sport Editor Photographic Editor Assistant Photographic Editor . Art Editor . Assistant Art Editor Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Publicity and Circulation Manager Assistant Publicity Manager Assistant Staff Raymond Barker Robert Fagan Adelaide Geraghty Althea Green Charles Kirby Katherine Miller Edna Muntz Ora Oakes Elizabeth Saunders Charles Schwonke Jane Shiels Alice Brown June Davies Advertising Staff John Maltby Fred Schmitt Katherine Phillips Emma Suiter Page eighty-five The Occident Staff Page eighty-six I ■HMM The Occident Staff Jane Shiels Editor Fall Term Robert Metzdorf Editor Spring Term Occident Staff, Fall Term Jane E. Shiels. Editor-in-chief Robert Metzdorf .... Associate Editor C. Raymond Naramore . . Faculty Adviser Hewett Strever . Richard Bennett Horace Hart Zella Webster . Literary Adviser Business Manager Advertising Manager Art Adviser Editorial Claribel Brotsch . Editorial Editor Edward Dunlavey . Richard Wilson Local Editor Theodore Noun . Wilfred Despard . Sport Editor Donald Lyons Lillian Heermans Literary Editor Gladys Roberts . William Hyatt Staff Artist William James Business David Williams Herbert Brown Publicity Manager Publicity Assistant Mary Gies Isabelle Mead Assistant Artist Assistant Sport Editor Assistant Sport Editor G. A. A. Editor . Photograph Editor Advertising Assistant Secretary Advertising Agents and Reporters Alfred Delgado Katherine Drum Orlando Ezzo Dorothy Gies Robert King Warren Phillips Jeanne Piper Charles Symons Grace Tuttle Carl Webber Occident Staff, Spring Term Robert Metzdorf Claribel Brotsch . . . . Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor C. Raymond Naramore . Mary Gies. Zella Webster . Faculty Adviser Business Manager . Art Adviser Editorial Jane Shiels . Theodore Noun .... Music Editor Carl Webber Sport Editor Thomas Armstrong . Richard Wilson .... Local Editor Gladys Roberts . Lillian Heermans .... . Literary Editor Anthony Turiano William Hyatt .... Staff Artist Harley Aldinger Assistant Sport Editor Assistant Sport Editor G. A. A. Editor Staff Photographer Bunk Editor Business Herbert Brown David Williams Publicity Manager Publicity Assistant Isabelle Mead . Effie MacIntyre Secretary Assistant Secretary Frances Brewer Helen Clohecy Katherine Drum Advertising Agents and Reporters Carol Pritchard Charles Symons Letitia Rogers Mary Whipple Llovd Rouse Dorothy Gies Robert Newman Janet Niven Page eighty-seven Music Ihe Band Page ninety Ilae Band Henry F. Osborne Mark Hall Kenneth McConnell . Robert Dawson . Trumpet Trombone William Bachle Earl Bryan Gordon Cole Robert Marcellus Raymond Moore Donald Phillips Carl Weber Dorothy Feit Jessie Gibhard Mark Hall Robert Lyon Angelo Marrone Kenneth McConnell Lawrence Rose Dorothy Wilson Clarinet Homer Bliss Mary Clark Winifred Harber Marion Levenson Lynette Martin David Moore Eleanor Strong Carmella Syracuse Elmer Tuttle Mellophone Ernest Davis John Landon Eb Alto Saxophone Alexander Benthin Delphine Hobin Kenneth Willi Piccolo Tenor Saxophone Eleanor McCabe Walter Weiderhold Ernest Reynolds Oboe Bass Carl Haefle Venanzio Pitoni Alfred Delgado William Tharp Helen Tighe Bassoon Robert Dawson Percussion Marshall Boyer Baritone Myron De Hollander Hugh Robertson William Craig Harold Sullivan Page ninety-one Henry F. Osborne Alfred Delgado Frank Mele . The Orchestra Director President , Fall Term President , Spring Term First Violin Frank Mele Concertmaster Ruth Brigham Anita Cotreal Dorothy Cunningham Harriet Davies Ernest Hahn Harold Jones John Lo Verde Mildred McKee Esther Payne Wanda Smith Elinor Snyder Elmer Wagner Viola Jeanette Berkowitz Ruth Freeze Thomas Rizzo Montgomery Williams Dorothy Wilson Lois Wright Flute Eleanor McCabe Walter Wiederhold Clarinet Homer Buss Eleanor Strong Trumpet Donald Phillips Robert Marcellus Percussion Marshall Boyer Hugh Robertson Second Violin Marion Adkins Gilda Antonelli Carol Heeder Rosemary Lake Marion Leck Jessie Lenhard Jack Lindsley Gelen Matuskiewicz Olive Ober John Remington Nathan Rickless Ralph Rozzi Lucile Streeter Charles Zicari Cello Dolores Laurini Ruth Simpson Bass William Tharp Helen Tighe Oboe Carl Haefle Venanzio Pitoni Bassoon Robert Dawson Mellophone John Landon Piano Stanley Wright Pae.e ninety-three The A (apella Choir Page ninety-four AH5 A Capella Choir Under Direction of Alfred Spouse The progressiveness of West High’s activities is again demonstrated by the inauguration of an a capella choir, formerly the Combined Glee Clubs. Unaccompanied choir singing has been popular in colleges for several years. West High is a pioneer in the development of a capella singing in the secondary schools. Manager . Wilson Ash Girls’ Manager .Myrtle Douthwaite Secretary .Elno Powell Jane Arnold Eugenie Dupuis Robert King Elno Powell Wilson Ash Lorraine Engel Lucille Kingsley Marion Powell Lewis Backer Orlando Ezzo Edwin Kneale Grayce Reinhard Dorothy Baker Reloris Farber Dorothy Knight Ruth Reynolds Kathryn Bergman Lena Ferrari Robert Knight Iva Rivenburg Vincent Bocci Alice Fletcher Stewart Kraft Dorothy Robinson Leo Bohner Ethel Ford Margaret Laughlin Ralph Robinson Bertha Bohrer Randall Ford Jean Lewis Anna Roche Hilda Bowen Esther French Helen Maddock Neil Rosbrook Helene Brennan Ruth Friedman Martin Maloney Dorothea Roth Bradford Campbell Joseph Grenata Edna Marshall Mary Edna Rowley Lindsay Case Fred Gurger Ruth McMahon Jane Shiels Daniel Cerone Jean Hall Mary Melino Virginia Slacer Marjorie Church Nora Hamilton Vera Merz Genevieve Spohr Gretchen Coe Gordon Hammond Margaret Meston Louise Strauss Laila Cole Elizabeth Harmon Roland Moore Robert Tremayne Joe Cordaro Walter Herbert Gertrude Mullen Edward Trick Elizabeth De Biase Ruth Hunter Herbert Newcomb Anthony Turiano Edward Denny Carolyn Hurd Mary Ottalagana Grace Tuttle Edward De Prima Ruth Ihrig Eugene Parsons Dorothy Watts Beth Derby Ruth Jones Randall Parsons Arnold White Myrtle Douthwaite Phyllis Karr Katherine Philips Florence Wilbur Raymond Doyle Alma Kendall Edward Pike Betty Wood Margaret Wright West High Singers What might be termed an honor vocal group is that organization known as the West High Singers. Member¬ ship is limited to a small number of select voices. The singers regularly represent West High in functions where the entire organization cannot be used conveniently. Vincent Bocci Frederick Gurger Salina Longmore Randall Parsons Lindsay Case Carolyn Hurd Ruth McMahon Katherine Philip Myrtle Douthwaite Ruth Jones Roland Moore Elno Powell Eugenie Dupuis Robert King Gertrude Mullen Ralph Robinson Lena Ferrari Robert Knight Eugene Parsons Dorothy Watts Arnold White Girls’ Trio Myrtle Douthwaite Katherine Philips Dorothy Watts Page ninety-five AH5 ✓ Soccer : •; Manager Kenneth Tanger Captain Vincent Black: Soccer The 1928 season saw the Orange and Black continue as a championship team. Under the leadership of “Vinny” Black, but one game was lost. The loss of Clark from the forward line was the cause of the single break in a string of victories. The work of Black and DeForest in the fullback positions kept West High out of danger, and “Al” Atterbury, one of the best goalies West High has ever turned out, is to be thanked for his fine work. The halfback positions were played skillfully by Rohrer and Nichols, Rohrer taking the lead. In the forward line were four veterans: Clark, Niermeyer, Milanetti, and D’Andrea, with Williams as a fifth man. Tuttle, McConnell, and Townsend also saw service. Schedule of Games Played W 7 est High 13 Irondequoit 0 West High 5 East High 2 West High 4 Charlotte 0 West High 8 Canandaigua 0 W 7 est High 5 Technical 2 West High 2 East High 1 West High 1 Marshall 2 W 7 est High 5 Monroe 2 43 9 Page ninety-nine Swimming and Track Page one hundred Swimming a Under the capable leadership of Captain Frank Sanford and Manager Ted Noun, The West High Swimming Team took the city championship again this season. Lloyd Kraushaar and Don Smith swam the free-style sprints in good form. Frank Sanford and Dudley Tennant exhibited prowess in the 100 yard breast stroke and medley swims. Hoepfl and Sullivan were valuable men in the 100 and 200 yard free-style events. Mark Wagoner proved his worth in the backstroke by copping the interscholastic championship. Art Austin also performed well. Len Maxwell and Ted Noun gave rare exhibits in the plain and fancy diving events, winning first and second place, and defeating all comers in both the sectional and city meets. The season ended with the annual New York State Championship Meet at Colgate University. Six West High men, Kraushaar, Tennant, Wagoner, Maxwell, Noun, and Sanford, qualified for the meet. Track-Cross Country The West High Cross Country team enjoyed a very successful season this year, not only winning the city and sectional championship meets, but also finishing the season undefeated. Only four veterans are leaving this year, so the team has a fine chance of repeating its performance next season. The Track team also hopes to repeat the splendid performance given last spring, since Despard, McConnell, Warren, Jones, Fisher, Niblack, Cole, Stevens, and other veterans are back and raring to get into action. Further evidence of a successful season is entertained in the fact that the team has been acquainting itself with the technical knowledge of the different events, as well as keeping in condition during the winter months by light indoor practices. The distance and sprint events are especially strong this spring, for the victorious Cross Country team, under the leadership of Captain-elect Worden, Warren, Jones, and Stevens, are ready to show the school what they can do; and Manager Despard, Captain McConnell, and Fisher, the Occidental sprint stars, are getting ready to strut their stuff. This year’s team should develop into one of the strongest teams which has represented West High for some time. Captain Roosevelt Milanetti Manager Richard Bennett Basketball A comparison of the last two years’ records shows basketball to be a declining sport in West High School. Every man put his best into the fight, but to no avail. The fact that West High School has no court of its own, and has the use of no convenient court for regular practice, seems to be one of the greatest factors in the lack of success experienced by the team. Captain Milanetti, Williams, Maxwell, Black, and D’Andrea made up the team, with the assistance of Nichols, Brownlee and Serenati. Williams and D’Andrea starred for the team. Maxwell, the flash of the forwards, proved himself to be a hard man to stop. Next season, Maxwell will lead the team on the field. D’Andrea must be given much credit for his work. Schedule of Games Played West 36 Technical High 16 West 23 John Marshall 25 West 43 Charlotte 10 West 24 Monroe 34 West 23 East 33 West 18 Technical High 25 West 17 East 36 West 29 Charlotte 15 West 28 John Marshall 29 West 19 Monroe 16 260 239 West High won by default Page one hundred three O. A. A. Council Arlene Blattner Rhea Watson Marion Peck Gladys Roberts Girls’ Athletic Association The Girls’ Athletic Association is fast becoming a very important part of school life in West High. Within the past year, much has been done toward the organization and management of girls’ sports in the school. The Council has brought about some very worthwhile innovations, the most outstanding being a plan for a field day at the West High Athletic Field, this spring. All Rochester high schools will be in¬ vited to join. Teams will be made up in such a way that inter-school competition will be avoided. Managers ol Girls’ Sports Rhea Watson. Manager of Basketball Marion Peck. Manager of Tennis Arlene Blattner. Manager of Swimming Gladys Roberts. Manager of Minor Sports The Council Gladys Roberts. President Rhea Watson. Vice-President Marion Peck. Secretary Helen Clohecy. Cheerleader Arlene Blattner. Manager of Swimming Loretta Cort. Freshman Representative Ruth Weller. Madison Representative Page one hundred five Once Upon a Time 1. Well George, do you recognize this young lady? 2. Phyllis “stepped out” at an early age. 3. Doris thought this job of posing was nothing to laugh at. 4. She’s so versatile it’s hard to tell whether her favorite pastime is studying latin, or clogging, or reading joke books. 5. Personality—plus. 6. If Helen was as good at BASKET-BAWL as she is at BASKET-BALL, she must have been a WOW! 7. Frances’ first taste of ice cream. 8. Where are you going, my pretty maid? Page one hundred seven Advcrfisen Page one hundred eight 94A ifdtighjjnmial thiA ffear Wad muted by hart I SjSMSI HART comnanu ' tpajyy WHAT A DIFFERENCE A LITTLE THOUGHT AND ORIGINALITY MAKE T was the desire of the Annual Board this year to produce a Yearbook which would not only be artistic and original, but which would be entirely different from any previous book. Much thought and careful study have been put into this book and thru the close co-operation of the Staff and the executives of The Leo Hart Co., we believe the goal has been attained. The Editorial Staff which turns its book over to us has a right to expect an Annual that is DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT. ffhe Leo H art Co. POesuej ners, nyravers (Printers oj FINE BOOKS Page one hundred ten A Few Yean off West High Being a hoard of interesting information which Babbie gleaned from the West High Scrap Book, plus several entries from her own diary; from the time when a few bold people tried “daring new waltz steps’’ to the present. I9IO BIG TO-DO OVER APPOINTMENT OF NEW PRINCIPAL. William Marvin Bennett’s name flashes across headlines, as city-wide interest is aroused in appointment of principal for West High June School. As Rochester is so small that it only 8 requires two high schools, it has little oppor¬ tunity for appointing principals for them; especially since there is now a law protecting them, and most of them naturally live to a noble age. The fact that there was a place found higher up for the former princi¬ pal made it possible to perform the rare feat of making a new one. Coupled with this, the announcement of the magnificent salary of $2,200 voted to Mr. Bennett has excited a wide-spread civic interest. MARVELOUS INNOVATION TO BE MADE. Com¬ mercial courses will now be added to the regular curri¬ culum of the city high schools. As the supply of ribbon clerks, school-marms, governesses, and June ladies’ companions has come to exceed the 9 demand, the schools have been forced to turn some of them into typists, secretaries, and filing clerks, to preserve the economic balance of the community. SCHOLASTIC CIRCLES ROCKED WITH FAC¬ TIONAL FIGHT OVER HIGH SCHOOL SORORI¬ TIES AND FRATERNITIES. Families, faculties, and student bodies are being split over this June fiercely fought issue. Never has there been 10 a controversy so heatedly carried on. While a portion of the parental element and most of the school faculties are pushing the project for dealing death to secret societies among students, the members of such organizations backed by the majority of the student bodies are waging a heroic battle for their right to imitate their elders. FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES OFFICIALLY BANNED. Although the opposing element now holds the upper hand the hearts of the vanquished are not hopeless. W 7 ith true courage and tenacity September of purpose they are now making plans to g reorganize secretly; members have pledged themselves to do or die, and like martyrs of old signify their willingness to sacrifice all for principle. INTERSCHOLASTIC FOOTBALL NOT TO DIE. In spite of all outside opposition, East and W ' est High elevens are being organized. It was feared for a time that this manly game could be lost to youths September of our fair city, but these fears are, for the 10 time, securely laid. The reasons advanced for the discontinuing the ancient and honor¬ able game of Rugby in the city high schools are, in the light of sane reason, preposterous. W 7 hat sort of a parent is it that objects to having his son break half a dozen ribs, and three or four collar-bones a season? Do they desire to develop a race of effeminate dandies who drink tea and shudder at the thought of having their pearly teeth knocked out? If parents have become so lost to all sense of shame, thank heavens, at least, that their sons do not shrink because glory is gory. 1911 WEST HIGH PRESS CLUB HOLDS BANQUET. President of Club declares that one can not truly appre¬ ciate art until he can appreciate food, and that there is no better training for the aspiring reporter February than to learn to trace doughnuts to their 5 dens, and discover what cupboards conceal cookies. WEST HIGH GIRLS HAVE PINK TEA. Our girls defeat East High at basketball. W 7 ith as much grace and ease as they balanced their cups at a tea party, the West High girl tossers daintily walked all May over their East High sisters to the tune of 12 35-17. Alice Beals, that model of chic, and basket making, scored 22 points. It is hoped that this score will be a goal for future teams to shoot at, and may they never diminish the ratio. Alma Mater is indeed proud of her daughters. PRINCIPAL BENNETT FORBIDS USE OF SCHOOL NAME BY WEST HIGH INDEPEN¬ DENT SQUAD. Boys are indignant at ban, as base¬ ball nine with only a few players recruited September from ranks of students boasts name of West, 12 while the football eleven composed wholly of students of the school is forbidden to use it. (Continued on page 113) Page one hundred eleven ADVERTISEMENTS • -♦ 2 - AN OPPORTUNITY Mechanics Institute offers unusual opportunities to the student who wishes to make the years after high school count most toward future success. Its cooperative courses , particularly , give the student practical experience in his future vocation and enable him to earn while he learns. COOPERATIVE COURSES Industrial Electricity Food Administration Industrial Mechanics Retail Distribution Industrial Chemistry Costume Art with Retailing Construction Supervision and Architectural Drafting APPLIED ART COURSES Illustration and Advertising Art, Interior Decoration Art Education, Design, Crafts MECHANICS INSTITUTE “The Institute Supervisors will be pleased to confer with you or send further information.” Phone, Stone 5316 George P. Burns Press, Inc. Printers - Publishers 49-51 North Water Street Jack Schooler A. B. Schooler Cornwall Clothes Shop “ Clothing of the Better Grade ” 217 Burke Bldg., Main and St. Paul Entrance: 3-5 St. Paul Street Town Talk Bakery J. K. Schmidt Sons 904 W. Main St. Doc Sez: Old friends are the best friends : Drop in at BALLAGH’S. Corner Genesee and Hawley DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE THURSTON JEWELRYCC. 56 THURSTON ROAD Drafting Supplies From the extensive assortment in our department of Artists Materials, Drafting Instruments, Drawing Tables, Drawing Pads, Oil Colors, Water Colors, Sketching Outfits, Brushes, Slide Rules, Triangles, Scale Rules, Pencils, Erasers, etc. Drafting Sets— $1.75 to $25.00 Barnard, Porter Remington 9, 11, 13 North Water St. Main 8140 Page one hundred twelve -—•———----- A D V E R T I 1911 (■Continued from page 111) WEST HIGH BOYS ACCEPT DEFEAT. The West High Independent team will be hereafter known as Occidentals. Although refused permission to use name of WEST, the players have taken a name September that has been long and intimately associated 4 with the school. EAST PROFITS BY WEST’S MISTAKE. Since the principal and the Board of Education have united to forbid the West High Independent team the use of the name and barred them from the field; the September East team will be organized under the name ip of Orientals, and will have no connection with the school. 1912 DIPLOMAS FOR NINETEEN GRADUATES. West High School proudly presents diplomas to large class as first brood of chicks leave Mater’s wings. The proudest moment that West will, in all probability, ‘January ever know, occurred tonight when she grad- 25 uated her first class. We wonder what reflected glories she will reap from the honors to be attained by these earnest young people whose youthful fervor and dignity illumined the assembly on this momentous occasion. We trust that they will soon be our great men and women. FOURTH ANNUAL WEST HIGH DAY HELD AT CONVENTION HALL. High carnival held court at Convention hall today when West High held its annual West High Day with song and dance and e ruary booths filled with fascinating objects. An excellent idea of the fun had by all may be obtained by glancing over the features offered. The “cold drinks—coffee—chocolate—sandwich committee” had an intriguing little booth in which all sorts of sandwiches with mysterious fillings might be obtained. They catered to the he-man appetites with good black coffee and hot chocolate, for those whom training rules barred from sipping the national beverage, and for the frailer participants supplied lemonade of a most delightfully frivolous pink color. In all this booth might well be conceded the center of attraction. A close competitor for honors as favorite was the ice cream booth where delicious dainties of frozen cream were dispensed. King Cream himself sat there enthroned and bestowed his benign blessing with the aid of mem¬ bers of his court. For two weeks before the event Miss Ruth Crippen went about sweetly urging people to contribute sweet¬ meats for the confectioner’s cave. This same cave exerted a Lorelei attraction over a certain portion of the attendance; whether due to Miss Ruth or its wares is not known for certain. (i Continued on page 115) S E M E N T S ( ‘ One of the Qreat Qlothing Stores of cl America ’ here students can be sure of securing good substantial, dependable quality in well-styled clothing at prices, not a burden on the average student budget. THE NATIONAL CLOTHING COMPANY Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester HOWARD HANSON, Director An Endowed School Offering Complete Education in Music Courses Leading to Degree Bachelor of Music Operatic Training for Professional Career Courses Leading to Eastman School Certificate Organ Accompaniment of Motion Pictures Summer Session Affords Opportunity for Intensive Study in all Branches of Music For Information, Address the Secretary-Manager Eastman School of Music Page one hundred thirteen ADVERTISEMENTS All Photos in this Annual WERE MADE BY c he Nelson Studio Photographers 117 CLINTON AVENUE SOUTH Main 7834 Page one hundred fourteen ♦4S :_ ADVERTISEMENTS 1912 {Continued from page 113 ) “Theodore Dossenbach’s nine piece orchestra— with chimes” furnished delightful music for the dancers, who applauded its strains with enthusiasm and indulged in the most daring of the new waltz steps. WEST HIGH’S DEBATE TEAMS CONQUER. Boys’ team wins from Lafayette High and downs East by a unanimous vote to retain Amherst cup. West High may be well proud of her orators when such words April are blazoned across newspaper pages as 4 . appeared today. Our Apollonis Dem- mosthenes with true filial piety are extend¬ ing their efforts to win laurels with which to crown the brow of their Alma Mater. Moreover, our girls neatly lifted the Delta Phi Cup from East on the question “Resolved: that it is for the best interest of New York State that the fran¬ chise be extended to women on the same terms on which it is now exercised by men.” r 9 x 3 PRACTICAL PHYSICS COURSE OCCUPIES LABORATORY IN BASEMENT OF WEST HIGH SCHOOL. Educators have come to realize that the present system of defined courses makes no January provision for those who do not contemplate 12 some certain profession. There is, probably, no man alive who will not find a use for a certain amount of practical physics in tinkering around his home. On the other hand there are not so many who will make use of abstract technical knowledge in their future life work. Taking all this into consideration, an experiment is in the process of being tried here at West. A laboratory has been fitted out in the basement and in it a course in “practical physics” is being administered. So far the boys in the course have wired the shop for electricity, installed pipes and fittings for gas and com¬ pressed air, mounted a gas engine on a concrete block, built a dynamo, and installed a steam engine. WEST HIGH DANCES AT JUNIOR PROM IN SIBLEY HALL. One of the most awaited for and thrilling functions of the year took place last evening when the West High School Junior Prom January was held at Sibley Hall. It was pleasing to 18 see the dignity and decorum which prevailed throughout the evening. The credit for this charm deservedly goes to Miss Katherine Wetmore, faculty dancing advisor, who, previous to the ball, de¬ creed that there would be none of the popular Bostons, Tangoes, one-steps, or dips at any more West High dances. It was also due to Miss Wetmore’s efforts that smoking in the foyer during intermission waseliminated. The dance was held from eight-thirty to twelve o’clock. (Continued on page 117) “Mike " Congratulates The Graduating Classes of January and June 1929 And Thanks Them for Their Patronage Hazel Sweet Shoppe 488 Genesee Street See M. D. KELLY, Parker If You ' re Particular 544 Columbia Avenue, Corner Genesee A. P. Gerling L. J. Zwierlein The Ahrt Trim Shop Printers-Publishers Map M akers Stone 461 77 St. Paul Street Compliments of BOUCHER ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ Page one hundred fifteen ADVERTISEMENTS Fireproof Storage Separate Vaults F. E. Reed Glass B. G. Costich Sons Furniture Movers Company Culver 700 271 Hayward Ave. ROCHESTER, N. Y. “Say It With Flowers ' ' }. B. KELLER SONS INCORPORATED Florists 25 Clinton Ave. North Manufacturers of C)np Then y° u wil1 know wh y thousands demand a Parker GLASS B O TsTiL E ' S i i Pens $2.75 up Pencils $3.00 up RALPH A. ALLEN Jeweler We specialize in Elgin Watches 77 Orchard St. Gen. 1677 Rochester, N. Y. M I N E R S 35 Years of Dependable Service FACTORIES 184-188 Clinton Avenue South Maple St. Mt. Read Blvd. ELMDORF PHARMACY Try Brint First We Deliver 761 Genesee Cor. Sawyer Sts. Call Genesee 2331 Rochester, N. Y. Page one hundred sixteen - —_ - - S+ - ADVERTISEMENTS 1 9 1 3 0 Continued from page 115) SEVENTH PERIOD TO BE ADDED TO SCHOOL DAY. Principals Wilcox and Bennet have approved an ‘extra’ being added to School day. This period will be obtained by shortening the five minute November interval between classes and by eliminating j the fifteen minute recreation period in the morning. This extra period will be devoted to study halls, as it is felt that the greatest need of the pupil today is supervised study. Since the home fails to supply this necessity it falls perforce to the lot of the school. INDIGNANT PARENT’S LETTER. Today in the paper a letter signed “Indignant Parent” expressed what is the concensus of opinion among a great many of the community. The letter stated with December great force that permitting mere children 14 to have Senior Balls, Junior Proms, sub¬ scription dances, plays and such affairs, was to destroy their innocence, and that the boy-and-girl associations engendered from these forms of social contact result in grave consequences—moral ruin. Furthermore it expressed a strong opinion that the White Plague Campaigns, now being conducted in the schools, which so vividly express the horrors of that awful disease, consumption, are extremely detrimental to many delicate and sensitive children. Qlass c Rings .. Engraved Qomm en cem en t Invitations Fraternity or Sorority Pins and special designs for all clubs or purposes 56 page Catalog Free The Metal Arts Co. 742 Portland Ave., Rochester Stone 2176 Our representative will call if desired 1 9 1 4 LAWLESS GANG WORKS HAVOC AT WEST HIGH. The West High School has been forced to ask for better police protection as bands of neighborhood rowdies amuse themselves by destroying the school May property. Twenty concrete benches that 5 were placed about the walks of the campus last fall are, alas, no more. The ivy, which was planted to cover its walls with a clinging cloak, has been so stunted by continual trampling that only a shoot or two, more hardy than the rest, has survived. Windows have been broken by countless numbers, but saddest and most despicable of all, the Finch Memorial Fountain in the court was broken, last night, into a thousand pieces. Previous vandalism has been born with philosophical fortitude, but this last outrage is not to be endured calmly. Something must be done, and that quickly. OLD FASHIONED DISCIPLINE TO CURB PRE¬ COCITY. William Marvin Bennett, principal of West High School, in a straight-forward article put the problem of suppressing modern youth June squarely up to their parents. After stating 12 in detail the efforts made by the school to curtail social affairs among the student body, he said point blank that parents should meet the school half way by doing likewise. Stricter watch over social indulgences and supervised work is the answer to the present day problem, says Mr. Bennett. {Continued on page 118) Colonial Qasoline MEANS MOST MILEAGE QUICK START NO-KNOCK Monroe-Union Oil Co., Inc. 22-46 Wright St. Rochester, N. Y. Phone Genesee 537 3 221 Page one hundred seventeen _ » • ADVERTISEMENTS Accountancy Advertising and Salesmanship Business Administration Bookkeeping Real Estate Secretarial Science Stenography Stenotypy Public Speaking Insurance Business Tra in ing For Sixty-five years the Rochester Business Institute has been supplying the business world with executives and has been unswerving in its determination to give the best business education possible without waste of time. The R. B. I. has thereby earned for itself a reputation that is on a par with any of the higher institutions of learning in the country. Rochester Business Institute 172 Clinton Ave. S., Rochester, N. Y. Branch School at Batavia, N. Y. We are specializing Student Suits (all with 2 Trousers) at 2 7-5° STEEFEL-CONNOR CO. 72 St. Paul Street “Where Dad Has Bought His Clothes for years ” MILTON SWEET SHOP When on Thurston Road Stop at John’s Gen. 893 350 Thurston Road We Will Please You 1 9 4 (■Continued from page 117) WEST HIGH GLEE CLUBS FEATURE SOLO BY CHARLES HEADLY. Charles Headly, who has be¬ come the star of West High’s Glee Club, was the bright and shining light of the concert given last June evening. The performance of the club as a 75 body was equal to the best of the solo per¬ formances. STUDENTS OF WEST HIGH HOLD THEIR FIRST ANNUAL “TREE DAY” ON SCHOOL LAWN. Today West celebrated the first Tree Day. The exercises were lovely, so inspiring. June Elois Smith of the class of 1914 received 18 the spade, all tied with ribbons, from the class of 1913. The spade is to plant the tree with. Then the classes danced beautifully in celebration. The Sophomores danced the “Norwegian Mountain March” and the “Ace of Diamonds”. The Freshmen danced the Maypole Dance. The Seniors, “Dance Versuvrianne” and “Eloise Grovatte”. and the Juniors took the parts of Chrysanthemum girls and spirits of the tree in a pageant staged by Mrs. Ellis. (Continued on page 119 ) Page one hundred eighteen -MS 1 __ ADVERTISEMENTS Will You Be A Success Or A Failure? The Test Is Simple Qan You Save? BANK EVERY MONDAY Unr at r auittga lank Two Offices. 47 Main Street West 40 Franklin Street (Continued from page 118 ) RESTORATION OF RUGBY FOOTBALL FAVORED BY BOARD OF EDUCATION. That’s the headline in the paper today. Something like it ought to be, isn’t it? Can you imagine ever being September without it? It’s just too absurd! I suppose ig papa and mamma were afraid sonny might break a bone or two. Well, I, for one, am glad it’s coming back. Maybe we’ll have a little excite¬ ment now. And wouldn’t it be just too thrilling— going to a dance with somebody with his arm in a sling, and saying, “Oh, yes, Jack broke it playing football last Saturday!” 1 9 2 3 BOB HARMON TAKES CHAIR AS OCCIDENT EDITOR. Wouldn’t it be just marvelous to have your name in the paper like that? I cut out his picture too and put it up beside my mirror. He’s so September good looking and he says such clever things. 20 I’ll bet the Occident will be good now. He was at Plattsburg all summer, he surely ought to know how to give orders. Wouldn’t it be funny if he ran it like an army and everyone saluted him? WEST HIGH ALUMNUS AMONG FACULTY. Just think, I discovered today that Mr. September Lockwood used to go to West. Isn’t that 2 j marvelous? He must be awfully young! I hope I have him. (Continued on page 120) Rapps - Qleaners Dyers Tailors 398 South Avenue Stone 3900 Whelpley and Paul Prescription Opticians 6 Seneca Hotel Arcade Rochester, New York V Pewman Floral Shoppe 159 Gillette S T. Genesee 4698 Cut flowers and plants for all occasions Delivery ADVERTISEMENTS •MS: ■Sf+ BARMAC, Jr. IS A NAME THAT STANDS FOR STUDENT SUITS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY, WITH AUTHENTIC STYLE, MODERATELY PRICED. WE ALSO MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HATS, SHOES, FURNISHING AND SPORTS WEAR FOR STUDENTS. McFARLIN’S 195 MAIN STREET EAST An entire factory devoted 1 9 2 3 ( 1 Continued jrom page 119) OCCIDENT SHORT STORY CONTEST RESULTS to the manufacture ANNOUNCED. They announced the winners of the short story contest today. I thought I might have some of chance of winning something, but I guess November I didn’t. The winners were: Dorothv School Iewelry 26 Kneale, first; Lucius Powell, second; Luther Smeltzer, third; Mary Bettvs, fourth. There was honorable mention for Hortense Cazeau, Dorothy Fox, Barry Clark. Two hundred and ten stories were Sorority and Fraternity Pins entered in the contest. KNOW WEST HIGH WEEK. This year they’re Trophies and Medals going to have a “Know West High Week” from Decem¬ ber 1 to December 5. think that is one good idea— Commencement Invitations except—from the program they’ve mapped December out people will think all we do is have a good time. They’ve passed out little mimeo¬ graphed programs like this: cr+o Know West High Week December This is the time for that visit you have been 1-5 going to make, to see your children’s daily Warren-Kahse, Inc. 1048 University Ave. work. You will be welcome. Tuesday This is our date for open house. If you can’t evening come for the day, come for this evening at least; but, if you can, do both. December The teachers will be in their rooms to meet 2 you. Guides will direct you to the people At 7:50 you want to see. (Continued on page 121 ) Page one hundred twenty ADVERTISEMENTS Northeastern University The School of Engineering In co-operation with engineering firms, offers five-year curriculums leading to the Bachelor’s degree in the following branches of engineering: CIVIL ENGINEERING CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING The School of Business Administration Co-operating with business firms, offers five year collegiate courses leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in ACCOUNTING or in FINANCE or in MERCHANDISING The Co-operative Plan of training enables the student to combine theory with practice and makes it possible for him to earn his tuition and a part of his other school expenses. Students admitted in either September or January may complete the scholastic year before the following September. For catalog or further information write to NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY MILTON J. SCHLAGENHAUF, Director of Admissions Boston, Massachusetts (Continued from page 120) At 8:JO The orchestra will summon you to the assembly hall. Good heaven! anybody going to that would think that school was fun! I 924 GRADUATION OF CLASS OF JANUARY ’ 24 . Another graduation! Just like all the rest! Why don’t they ever do anything interesting? The only thing in the whole program, worthwhile, was Ken February Loysen’s singing. He has such a gorgeous 1 voice. I could listen to him all day! Oh, yes, and the President of the Board of Education gave out the diplomas. Louise Gelli is guardian of the flag, and Chauncey Martin is standard bearer. The rest on the honor roll are: Virginia Chase, Elizabeth Helen, Rolf Bates, Ruth Farnam, Lydia Holbert, George Fallison, Helen Fremd, Althea Persse, William Lutz, Kathryne Gehrke, Robert Salter. The class officers are: President, Horace Howard; Vice-President, Betty Hellen; Secretary, Louise Gelli; Treasurer, Chauncey Martin. 1 9 2 5 FACULTY GIVE PLAY FOR THE CHILDREN’S MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND. The faculty gave a play, this evening, called “Ice-bound” by Owen Davis. I thought it was awfully good; May maybe it was because I’d read the play 8 before and liked it. It was some fun to see the teachers up there. Mr. Spinning was just too funny for words. I don’t mean he was funny, but it was just hilarious to see him up there. WEST HIGH ORCHESTRA AND BAND RECITAL. The Orchestra and Band gave the most perfectly marvelous recital last night! Of course the orchestra and band themselves were marvelous, but April the specialty numbers were the best. Louise 10 Leonard sang, and her voice was just as exquisite as it always is. Helen Rachwalski played her violin, and there was a string quartet. But (and this is the great thing) they had a saxophone solo and a saxophone quartet!! William Santucci played the sax solo, a piece called “Erica”, and oh , it was marvel¬ ous! The quartet was composed of Bill Santucci, Nelson Smith, Elbert Hancock, and David Wright. They played the Quartet from “Rigoletto”, and it was better than any singing you ever heard. I wish they’d play all opera on saxophones. GLEE CLUB CONCERT. Lovely! Lovely! Lovely! all except the recitation. Where on earth did they ever get the wild idea of having a “recitation” at a glee club concert? Oh, well, considering the rest of it, May I suppose you have to overlook a little thing 22 like that. It was just — well, — it was com¬ pletely satisfactory! AND JIMMY GALL¬ OWAY SANG — oh, I think he’s simply marvelous! I just love to hear him. think he’s as good as John McCormack. Of course all the rest were marvelous, too. Doris Davison has a lovely contralto voice, and of course Flo Knope’s violin performed its usual magic. Louise Leonard sang “Ave Maria” and “Spring”, and Chalres Tavrakas, a fine Baritone, sang “Caro Mio Bien”, and “Just Sittin’ Thinkin’ ”. ( ' Continued on page 123 ) Pa e one hundred twenty-one ADVERTI SEMENTS ■u-f+- BASTIAN BROS. COMPANY TMla n ufa ctu r ing Jewelers ST Stationers CATALOG ON REQUEST 1500 Clinton Ave. N., Rochester BillTiefel, Representative DURING THE SUMMER Try Our Qurb Service We Serve You In Your Car BROOKS AVE. CANDY SHOP Brooks Ave. Corner Thurston Rd. From a Friend H. E. WILSON 42 Main St. E. Cut Flowers, Plants, Decorations Graduation Bouquets a specialty Two Stores That Farticularly Appeal to Western New 1 ork Students The big Book stocks keep them in touch with the progress in every field of human thought and endeavor. The shops devoted to Social Stationery, Ueather Goods, Art Novelties, Sporting Goods, Playthings, Educational Supplies furnish unexcelled collections of the best items from the American and foreign makers, and the big Commercial Stores provide everything needed for business and professional use. The Scrantom slogan is “Come In And Browse” and the stores are specially arranged for those who enjoy dropping in and looking over the stocks whenever they find the time. rratttrnn’a Page one hundred twenty-two ADVERTISEMENTS 1 9 2 5 (Continuedfrom page 121) OH! WHAT AN ASSEMBLY! We had the most mar¬ velous time today. The “Mask and Wig” club of the University of Pennsylvania was in town on their way to Buffalo, they gave an impromptu perfor¬ min ' mance of parts from their play, or what ever 20 you want to call it, “Juan of Arkansas”. It was perfectly wonderful! And how they can sing and dance. There were some tenor solos by members of the chorus, and they sang one, an original composition, that made you laugh ’till your sides ached. They had to give three encores ofit. And the fellow who played the saws—you never heard anything like it in all your life! It was great music, too. Then Mr. Me Clellan of the English department of the college gave a speech on college life. Even that was good. Everything was. I wish we could have a few more assemblies like that. I just heard today that Miss See died. She’s our teacher, and such a darling. It doesn’t seem right. She was such a wonderful artist—she was painting the Murals in the hall—on the second floor April across from the library. The last panel 21 isn’t done; I wonder if anyone will ever finish it? My, I wish I were as clever as she! and she studied for years. She was one of the first pupils in the freehand drawing and painting courses at Mechanics—her father was one of the founders, William See, the architect, you know—and she studied under Dow, Chase, and Du Mond. I wonder how many people know that, or appreciate her? 1926 TEA IN ASSEMBLY. The girls of June 1926 had a tea in the assembly today for parents and such things. It was rather fun, but it’s an awfully awkward place to hold a cup in. The arms of the seats aren’t arc ' L big enough to set anything on, so all they 7 7 do is get in the way. They had some funny stuff on the stage tho’, so it wasn’t so bad. COMBINED GLEE CLUBS HOLD CONCERT. It really was an awfully spiffy affair. I mean it was good. You could tell that just by looking at the programme. First, the combined clubs sang “The May Singer”, appropriate, wasn’t it? Then 21 Jerome Smith sang “Morning”and “Cindy”. Jerry is the most darling tenor! The boys’ club sang “Sea Fever”, and “The Garden of lour Heart”. They were awfully good. Vi Rankin sang “Danny Boy”, and “Can’t Remember”. I think she’s perfectly adorable, and she has the loveliest voice! She simply made me cry when she was singing Danny Boy”. Frank Stevens, he has the most gorgeous tenor voice, sang “The Nightingale”, and “Call Me Back”. Then, the Instrumental Ensemble played ‘ La Paloma , and “Pas des Escharpes” from Ballet Symonique, “Callirhoe” (isn’t that the most awful tongue twister?). ( 1 Continued on page 125) Compliments of Fahy Market Packers, Connoisseurs of PORK AND BEE F PRODUCTS 54 Andrews corner Front Street Main 3701 Compliments of SAM VACCARO Shoe Store 508 W. Main St. The Williamson Heater Co. 150 Colvin St., Rochester, N. Y. George E. Barker John J. Culligan The Gainaday Electric Washer A telephone call now will bring a NEW GAINADAY the day and hour you say. Use it to do next week’s washing. Find out why so many housewives are selecting this new type washer. If you try it once and cannot do without, then convenient terms can be arranged. Phone Now—Your NEW GAINADAL is ready Phone Us, Main 3960 Rochester Gas Electric Corp. 89 EAST AVENUE Page one hundred twenty-three ADVERTISEMENTS A D V E R T I -—— ---— - S E M E N T S OUR Location Means Lower Prices to YOU Fine Furniture HART’S Home Furnishings Rochester’s greatest grocers of Distinction, Quality and Rare Value WD Qj Inspection of our extensive stocks will impress you alike with their beauty and econ¬ omy. You are assured of the utmost courtesy on your visit S. M. WALLACE Everybody Saves FURNITURE CO. Hart’s Coupons 453-456 Main St. West Next to General Hospital Compliments of L. B. LAIDLAW Barber Shop Odenbach Coffee Shoppe Ladies’, Gents’, and Children’s Hair Cutting 338 Arnett Boulevard Near Warwick Avenue G. A. JOHANSON Sheet OtiCetal Works Compliments of 251 Monroe Ave. BIG ELM Stone 3678 We Sell Sample Suits and Coats We also clean, dye, and repair at Reasonable Prices M. SCHULTZ Gen. 1474 1009 Genesee St. „ 5500 Genesee James C. Corbett Funeral Director Private Funeral Home 361 Chili Avenue Page one hundred twenty-four ADVERTISEMENTS •♦48 ( Continued from page 123) 1 9 2 7 MISS TRIPP IN PAPER, (Good heavens I haven’t written a thing in here for over a year. But then, there hasn’t been anything special worth writing about. Oh well — I mean her picture was.) The September faculty is going to give a play next Friday 26 and Saturday. The name of the play is “Tweedles”. The proceeds (if there are any) go to the Students’ Scholarship fund. Miss Tripp is the “director”, that’s why she had her picture in the paper. WEST HIGH ALUMNI TO HOLD REUNION. Tomorrow at 12:30 the alumni are going to start their reunion. West graduated its first class in 1906, which gave it five or six alumni. It has been adding December to them ever since until now it has 2,763 of 21 ’em. When I get out in another half a’ dozen years or so, it will have another one. 1928 FORMER WEST HIGH STUDENTS AMONG NEW PHI BETA’S. They’ve just announced the election of four men, and twelve women, from the U. of R. to Phi Beta Kappa. Four of them were graduates April from West, Arthur A. Moehlman, Adelaide 25 E. Dorn, Florence E. Swinburne, and Dorothy Wellington. I’d say we were pretty well represented. ‘THANK YOU’ IS VERY PLEASING. I mean the Junior play was. It was simply delicious. LeRoy Gates was a “preacher” in it, and he sure knew his sermons. Phyllis Holton was a “coy French April maid” who “got her man”, and how she 28 did! Ray Doyle was the “man”—with lots of money. Oh, Man! And Bob Metzdorf was a drunk. I never saw anything so funny. He ought to go on the stage. I mean he really had! The rest of the cast was Marcia Randall, Evelyn Millner, Betty Brigham, Jean Boyd, Dick Bennett, Bob Fagan, Burton Schaefer, Slater Conn, Alfred Delgado, Raymond Barker, Bob McCormack, Bob Leinen, and Franklyn Hutchinson. OCCIDENT ISSUES SCANDAL SHEET! They have finally printed their “Dusty Mirror” and is it good?! It’s perfectly hilarious. On the front page they had Mr. Spinning advocating hooped-skirts. Im- June agine! Inside they had the craziest stuff, a 9 faculty elopement (which wasn’t true of course), a picture of an auto, taken about twenty years ago, that they said was Mr. Bennett s new car, a picture of Wilfred Despard who was supposed to be a mumbledy-pegger, and perfectly screaming articles about Marble’s Marble Team, and Sauer’s Sling-shot Shooters. (i Continued on page 127) Joe MacDonald 913 Genesee St. Ladies — Haircutting — Gents We Take The DENT Out of ACCIDENT! Auto Radiator, Fender and Body Work Duco Finishing, Trim and Top Work Windshield and Body Glass Open 7 A. 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Keller Sons Inc . M. D. Kelly . L. B. Laidlaw . Joe MacDonald . McFarlin Clothing Company . Mechanics Institute . Metal Arts Company . Milton Sweet Shop. George L. Miner Company . Monroe Union Oil Company . National Clothing Company . Nelson Studio . Newman Floral Shoppe . Northeastern University . The Odenbach Company . Rapps . F. E. Reed Glass Company . Rochester Business Institute . Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation Rochester Savings Bank . The Sanders Company . Scrantom’s . Sibley, Lindsay and Curr Company. . . . Steefel-Connor Company . Thurston Jewelry Company . Town Talk Bakery . Sam Vaccaro . Wallace Furniture Company . Warren-Kahse, Inc . Whelpley and Paul . Williamson Heater Company . H. E. Wilson . PAGE 116 115 112 112 122 124 115 . 122 . 112 . 125 . 112 . 124 116 . 113 . 116 . 123 . 124 . 110 . 124 . 115 . 124 . 116 . 115 . 124 . 125 . 120 . 112 . 117 . 118 . 116 . 117 . 113 . 114 . 119 . 121 . 124 . 119 . 116 . 118 . 123 . 119 . 125 . 122 . 125 . 118 . 112 . 112 . 123 . 124 . 120 . 119 . 123 . 122 Page one hundred twenty-six Autographs •♦ 9 19 2 8 ( ' Continued from page 125) ANGEVINE HAS CROSS COUNTRY OUT. That sounds as if the country was cross, but what I really mean is he called out the squad. Don Lyons was telling me about it. He said they’d have only four September “letter men” left, but that there was some ip good new material, and we ought to have a pretty good season. Ed Pike and George Leadley are booking the opposition. ORANGE AND BLACK RETAIN SOCCER TRO¬ PHY. Whoopee! Maybe we aren’t good, and there was a marvelous piece in the Occident, two whole pages, with the whole history of the season in it. November It told all about who was who, and why. 20 who was on the team, who had been injured, and so forth. We only had one defeat this year. I bet next year we won’t have any! and did you ever?! “Mike” says he’s going to give every one on the team a banana-split, for winning! ‘SIGN HERE PLEASE’ SIGNAL SUCCESS. Well, here’s our senior play that really is good. I mean was. It was last night. Every thing about it was the best ever. It had the cleverest plot, and the December acting was smooth! Ruth Line played S Honor Bright, that’s the heroine, and she was perfectly darling. Bob McCormack was one handsome hero, too. The key character was “Mrs. Barrington”, and was played by Adelaide Geraghty. She certainly was marvelously clever! The Rt. Rev. William Carton, and his wife, were “rendered” (I love that word) by Raymond Barker, and Phyllis Holton. Evelyn Millner had the role of Tot Marvel. Jean Boyd was hilariously funny as the cook. Every one in it or connected with it certainly deserves a big bouquet. BASKET BALL SCHEDULE ISSUED. They an¬ nounced the basket ball schedule for the season, today. December 7, West vs. Tech, at the Armory; December 21, West vs. Marshall, at Marshall; the December alumni game; January 4, West vs. Charlotte, 19 at West; January 8, West vs. Monroe at West; January 11, West vs. East, at the Armory; January 18, West vs. Tech, at Tech; February 1, West vs. East, at the Armory; February 8, West vs. Marshall, at West; February 15, West vs. Charlotte, at Charlotte; February 20, West vs. Monroe, at Monroe; February 27, West vs. U. of R. Frosh, at the U. of R. Gym. I saw the game Friday, 7, it wasn’t so good. I sure hope the rest are more exciting. AND NOW WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN? Exams are over! But, oh! well, I’m glad they’re over, any way. They gave me grey hairs, they really did. They were absolutely awful. Regents! But even January so, expecting them was the worst part of it. 23 But I’m through, comfortably, and I guess I’ll get my little diploma, all right. So “No More Worrying”. I guess this will be about the last thing I’ll write about West, and I don’t think I’m awfully glad, either - Page one hundred twenty-seven


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