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THE IRI 1921
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P bl shed by the
JUNIOR CLASS of ELMIRA COLLEGE
ELMIRA NEW YORK
We the Class of Nmeteen Twenty one
dedleate our year book '
our honored Patron Saint and loyal friend
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Table of Contents
Frontispiece EX. Pres. Taft and Dr. Lent
Dedication Dr. Hamilton
The Juniors '
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Board of Trustees
TERM EXPIRING IN 1921
Elmer Dean .... ..... . ....................... . .. Elmira, N. Y
F. M, Howell ............ ..... E lmira, N. Y.
Arthur Clinton ............. .... E lmira, N. Y.
Benjamin M. Wellington .... .... C Orning, N. Y
G. B. F, Hallock, D.D .... .... R ochester, N. Y
TERM EXPIRING IN 1922
Hermon A. Carmer ...................................... Seneca Falls, N. Y.
J. Wilford Jacks, D.D., LL.D.... ...... Geneva, N. Y
Mrs. J. Sloat Fasset ............ ...... E lmira, N. Y.
Mrs. Henry Halsey Sayles .... ...Washington, D. C
Francis E. Baldwin ......... ...... E lmira, N. Y
L TERM EXPIRING IN 1923
Hubert C. Mandeville ..... ........................... .... E lmira, N. Y
William L. Curtis .... . .... Bradford, Penn
Mrs. Leon Lewald ........ ...New York, N. Y
Harry C. Baldwin...' ..... .... ..... W a Verly, N. Y
Mrs. Timothy H. Fowler ..... ..... H olyoke, Mass
President 'Frederick Lent .... ..... E lmira, N, Y
J. Russell Clarke .......... ..... E lmira, N. Y
Carolyn Hall ...... .... E lmira, N, Y
Fanny Rice .... .... E lmira, N. Y
I OFFICERS OF THE BOARD
Hubert C. Mandeville ............................ I ........ .................. P resident
Arthur Clinton ............ .... S ecretary and Treasurer
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE -
' HubertC. Mandeville Harry C. Baldwin
Frederick Lent Arthur Clinton
Elmer'Dean Mrs. J. Sloat Fassett
F. M. Howell Francis E. Baldwin
Frederick Lent PhD QYalej
Cornelia Porter DW1ght M A
Mary Selina Broughton BM MA Elm1ra
Professor of Spanish
George Morgan McKn1ght BM QE1m1ra
Professor of VOICG Chorus Singing and Organ
Franc1s A Richmond BS QCornell
Professor of Phys1cs and Chemistry
Hollister Adelbert Hamilton Ph D Johns I-Iopkrns
Professor of Classical Philology
M Anstlce Harris PhD L1ttD Yale
and Professor of English Language Rhetoric and Lrterature
Mary Elizabeth I-lighet PhD QCornell
Professor of German Language and Llterature
Elizabeth Leigh Whittaker B A Cornell
Professor of Biology Physiology and Bacterlology
Elmer W. K. Mould, Ph.D., B.D. CUnionj
Professor of History and B1bl1cal Literature
Antoinette Green, M.A., Ph.D. QCornellj
Associate Professor of English Literature and Language
E. Margaret Grlmes, M.A. QMcGillQ
Professor of Romance Languages
Mary G. Brown, B.A., B.L.S. QN. Y. L. SQ
Professor of Italian and Librarian
John R. Tuttle, Ph.D. QLeland Stanfordj
Professor of Philosophy and Education
Anna L. Leggett, B.S. QColumbiaj
Professor of Home Economics
Geraldine Morrow QLeland Powers Schoolj
Professor of Elocution
Marguerite E. VanDuyn, B.A., B.S. QBarnardj
Professor of Physical Education
Grover C. T. Graham, M.A. QBrownj
Professor of Law and Economics
Martha L. Tilton. AQN. Y. Art Students Leaguej
Professor of Art
President and Lecturer on.Bib1ical ,History, Archaeology and Literature
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- Professor of Sociology if
- Ella 1. Harris, Ph.D. qYa1e5
c Associate Professor of English
Blanche Holman, M.A. fE1miraj 5
Assistant'Professor of English
t Amelia E. Clark, M.A. qcoiumbiay
. Assistant Professor of French '
i A Julia Moesel Haber, M.A. QCornellj E
' Assistant Professor of Biology, Botany, and Zoology
Florence L. Lowe, B.S. QElmiraj
Instructor in Law and Business Methods
Laura Lattin, M.A. fColumbiaj
V Assistant Professor' in Home Economics ?
A Frances A. Atwater, B.A. CVassarj
Professor in Mathematics and Astronomy l
Jeanette T. Leavitt. QDrexelj Y
Instructor in Home Economics V
Laura E. Woodward, B.A. fElmiraQ
' Assistant in Physical Education l
Oflicers for Building and Equipment A
Francis A. Richmond, B.S. ............................ Curator of Museum
Marcia Derby ............. . ....... .... ..................... B u rsar A!
Annie L. Van Duzer ........... .... .......... D o mestic Superintendent
Elsie Taylor .............. .... . . . ...... .............. C ollege Nurse i
Margaret Louise Best ....... ........ . .. ............. ' ......... Dietitian F
Albert Carlson ............ .... .... ......... S u p erintendent of Grounds
Officers of Administration
Frederick Lent, Ph.D. .......... .. . ............ ............ P resident i,
Hollister A. Hamilton, Ph.D. .... .... . . . .. . ........ Vice-President i
A M. Anstice Harris, Ph.D. ...... . .. . .. .. ...... ......... . .Dean ,H
Ruth Hopkins Diebolt, B.S. ........ . .... .. .................. Registrar A
Alice L. Fraser, B.S. ........ . .. . .. . ....... Secretary to President i
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Q FRANCES BUCKLEY ADEE, Delhi, N. Y. JEANNE PAULE MARIE ALLINGRY
7 Nice, France
When We think of FranCeS We always Jeanne's the peppiest girl in our class.
think of music too, for no one loves or Did you ever see her when she wasn't
. appreciates it more than she. Other peo- ready to do anything you suggested, from
ple love music when she sings or plays climbing all over the Octagon' to descend-
' 'the piano. Her charm and natural dig- ing into the depths of the Catacombs?
nity, with her talent, make a delightful We like to watch her eyes. They open
combination. up very wide when she's surprised, and
Speaking of dignity-who but one thus she says, "Oni" in an equally surprised
blessed could have piloted us through way. And when things go wrong, she
our wild sophomore days? She made a says, "Zut!" We love to hear her talk-
wonderful president. Yea-Adee! and we love to see her chase the ball
Slenderness, blondness, temperament, in hockey. She's like a streak of light-
and kindness make up this girl. We're ning-quicker than the quickest.
lucky that she's a Junior. There are some folks who just natur-
ally are a synonym for a word. Jeanne's
one of them, and we'll say that the word
she's a synonym for is "peppy." And
l with a loud and mighty voice, we de-
, clare that we're more than glad that
N Jeanne left France for America-and
Elmira College-and the class of 1921-
for a year or so!
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HELEN AINSWORTI-I Ut1ca N X
A broad beam upon Helens face a
truly msplred and uphfted and supreme
ly happy look The cause for 1t'P Oh
shes just come up from Phys lab and
an orgy of dehght ln the form of d1S
sectmg the 11mbs of fnends fel1s N
wonder she would llke o be a doctor'
But theres a less sclentxiic and bus1
ness l1ke s1de to Helen She 1S addlcted
to frequent uke playmg and to long
and dellghted consum ngs of tea and
crackers Also Helen llkes to talk Per
haps slow 111 other forms of act1v1ty her
rate of conversatlon knows no speed
You can count on Helen always She
IS a very loyal frlend and well although
1t does sound foollsh worded thusly
shes a lzftle bzt of sunshzne
LAURA P ASPINWALL Buffalo, N Y
Am I down hearted? No' That
seems to be Lauras motto Shes al
ways good natured and 1f she does feel
a tr1flle blue she goes to the mov1es
and 1f she doesnt feel a trltlle blue
she goes to the mov1es Just the same'
Shes one of the R V A F whlch be
1ng 1nterpreted means Regular V1s1tors
At Flat And money just goes' You
know me as she would say' Laura
would do anythmg on earth for any
body and 1f she 1snt glvmg a party
for her own partlcular orphans shes
collectmg money for Chrlstmas presents
for some k1dd1es who appreclate t
We hear Lauras especlally keen about
Cornell but then It'1aca IS a mlghty
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Emmy is one of these people who feel
very happy late at night but very sour
early in the morning No matter how
late we are up there is Emmy wander
ing out in the corridor It seems the
only time that she sleeps IS on Saturday
Although sie 1S perhaps the youngest
1n our class, Emmy IS a VVih1zz She
loves Latin and German, which shows
you what a good brain she has A
other thing about her remarkable mind
1S that she can remember the words to
almost every popular song one can men
tion and tiat takes brain
Emmy may sometimes look very lugub
rious as to countenance but she 1snt
Dont tell her when she looks
peeved or then she will be'
WANDA JANE BEARDSLEE Elmira, N. Y.
Wanda is studious looking and looks
aren't in this case deceiving Chemistry
is her work chemistry her recreation
almost chemistriiied are her dreams and
nightmares If you walk down the street
with Wanda, she looks at the buildings
wou pass in terms of their suitability for
the housing of the chemistry laboratory
she and Edna Seeley are planning to
But enough of chemistry even for
Wanda She 1S fond of talking and has
a propensity for punctuating her con
versation with a dramatic My stars'
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DOROTHY SEBERNE BENSON
In some ways Dot astounds us She
almost never studles, but glldes through
classes easlly and calmly and comes out
w1th good marks Dot IS a very happy
person She l1kes the world as lt 1S
and what lt 1snt doesnt trouble her
She plays very well and s1ngs m the
Glee Club, and plays the role of nurse
and counsellor to perfectlon Often and
anon she ICCCIVCS candy and flowers
from a known source w1th the uunost
composure Dot 1S mchned to be a b1t
argumentative, and upon occaslon she
waxes ph1losoph1c A good sport 1S she
and a good fr1end and pal
RUBY BOWER Corn1ng N Y
Neatness and calmness, these are our
Hrst 1mpress1ons of Ruby Her ha1r 1S
always smooth her blouse 1S always
dalnty, and her countenance unruffled
What a glft th1s repose of body and
Ruby 1S one of these eiliclent people
who do not st1r up much dust but do
As to appearance she IS small P1nk
cheeks and hght halr are a n1ce com
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DOROTHY ARDIS BRIGGS, Buffalo, N. Y. DOROTHY BUCKLEY Elmira, N. Y.
4 "Briggs," with rosy cheeks somehow Good humor and a nice chuckle dis-
symbolic of her bubbly, spontaneous self. tinguish this Junior. She is always smil-
Yet "Gig" Canother nick name, isn't al- ing and happy, as all plump people al-
: ways laughing, and to speak plainly but ways are. She takes life easily so life
painfully, giggling. You have seen her treats her easy.
5 . sometimes, haven't you, when in the midst Dorothy is one of that desirable class
of conversation and discussion she went who are always on time with things. We,
miles and miles away and stayed in who have been in her classes, know
that distant place for a considerable what good stuff she is made of when
length. of time, all the while a deep the brain question is considered. She
frown darkening her fair brow? Sorta' does not advertise her goods, but she's
absent-minded? Yes. all right.
"Gig" is musical and can acceptably
manipulate the stops and pedals of the
college organ. High ambitions are hers
and rather dreamy dreams. But to see
her come laughing down the hall in bas-
ket-ball apparel, you would never sus-
, pect, as I have before intimated, that
' this maiden ever entertained a serious
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LORION CAMPBELL Elmira, N. Y.
She is "peppy" and vivacious and good
looking, and consequently people call
her "cute." And she detests it! She
has starred in athletics and in dramatics
and in college settlement work. Every-
one likes Lorion, men and orphans in
Lorion is versatile Qamong other things,
she can imitate Charlie Chaplinj and
she is practical despite all her vivacity
and love of fun. After she has com-
pleted the numerous and complicated
courses of the Domestic Science Depart-
ment here at college she is going to be
a dietitian in a large hospital. Thus
MARY ELEANOR CHAPMAN
New York City
There is nothing moody or tempera-
mental about Mary. She is just plain
jolly and good-natured, and always ready
for a lark. And she tinds much to en-
joy in life-music lessons, spreads, shows
at the Lyceum, and dinners at the Bon
Ton. Mary can tell remarkable ghost
stories and repeat jokes and humorous
little ditties into the wee hours of the
night. Have you ever heard "I wish
I was a little ish," and the ethical
story of Jonah and the Whale? They
are Mary's classics and she considers
at least one telling of them necessary
to the completion of your education.
And incidentally Mary appreciates your
hearty laughter at the conclusion of her
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JEAN MARSHALL CLARKE
If you were to think of a girl in El-
mira College who has very black hair
and very brown eyes-and the slightest
suspicion of freckles across her nose-
and a bright red coat and a brown tam-
who would you think of? Jean, of
course. When Jean goes off horseback-
riding in that red coat and tam-we all
wish we knew how to horseback ride-
but then we haven't a red coat-s
whats the use? And when we see Jean
artistically seated before an easel w
wish we could paint too but then we
realize that we really couldnt paint at all
Jean IS our class artist and she was
also our first class president Remem
ber the day we elected her? She writes
a little dances quite a little and keeps
her light on late at night She also
rooms with Jul which 1S quite an oc
JULIA EVELYN ELLIOTT CLARK
Newark, N. J-
Jul is as interesting as her name is
long. Brains are her specialty. She is
our one bright light who is graduating
in three years. Her recitations have al-
ways been very refreshing because she
has such different ideas and expresses
herself through such a varied vocabulary.
House parties at Cornell and Hamilton
claim a good deal of her time. Noth-
ing is so amusing either as to hear her
report of these afterward
There are two funny things about Jul
though that wed like to know Why
does she wear gloves so much in the
house and how does she dare come so
often late to Arg?
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GLADYS COLE Elmlra, N Y
Her Wlde sm1le d1st1ngu1shes her from
the ordmary run of mortals It 1S w1n
mng and frequent
Who 1S the iirst person we thmk of
for commlttee chalrman whose dut1es
w1ll be dlfiicult to perform? Who fur
nlshes the hustle and pep freely and
efHc1ently'P Who else could have man
aged the Laurel Cha1n or who can man
age the Jumor Prom better? Everyone
1n college feels the vnn and wlllmgness
of her nature
As1de from th1s eHic1ency m publ1c
l1fe she 1S a peach to all who know
All .Tumors now Rah Cole'
HELEN M COLEMAN Elm1ra N Y
Helen has auburn halr We Sald that
first because Helen l1ke most red par
don us auburn ha1red people doesnt
l1ke to have lt mentloned and we agree
w1th all the black brown and yellow
halred people 1n the world that wed
be mlghty thankful for auburn hair'
And Helen Hares up once 111 a wlule
but her temper soon d1sappears Thats
too personal we can hear her say be
cause up 1n the Tower room they say
that thats her favonte expresslon
Helen expects to graduate 1n January
1921 so she stud1es qu1te a l1tt1e and
wouldnt any more thmk of gomg to a
class wlthout a lesson than she would
th1nk of fiymg She almost has seven
fits when she thmks shes g01I1g to b
called on ln Arg but Well end wxth
the propos1t1on w1th wlnch we started
m.od1fied to a sllght degree Helen has
wonderful auburn ha1r'
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MARY COLLINS Albion, N. Y.
Mary, Mary, quite contrary-No, not
at all, anything but contrary, that's Mary.
She is a most lovable girl. Cowles Hall
has been lucky this year to have her
within its walls fespecially when she
gets apples from her unclel.
Her long suit is student government.
The senate has claimed her since she
was a Freshman and will next year,
without a doubt. She is a fine leader
of law and order.
We all love Mary's smile when her
eyes crmkle up and her mouth widens
ou She 1S nice to look at nice to
talk to and she has a skin you love to
touch Just ask her about it'
RUTH COON Montour Falls, N. Y.
Originally, Ruth entered college in the
present Senior class, but when the war
was at its worst stage, she left college
and served a whole year as a nurse in
one of the camps. When she came back
she entered in our class. We are proud
to have her with us because she is a
real girl, She has shown of what good
stuff she is made.
Here's a welcome, Ruth, from the class
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FLORENCE DECKER Elmira, N. Y.
Not a great many know Florence be-
cause she has not been a wild and woolly
child, but has pursued her thoughtful
course rather quietly, She does good
work in an inconspicuous way.
Florence's study-mates tell us that she
takes things easy and makes no great
bones of hard work. Promptness and
correctness are characteristic of her ef-
forts. She is a good student and a
jolly friend. J
JANE CONNING DONNAN
Schenectady, N. Y.
"Here cheese dream, let me osculate
you on your joue, la bouche, le front."
Thus Jane greets her friends. The af-
fectionate, honey-tongued sort? Not at
all. Jane is efficient and practical and
unprejudiced and independent in her
ideas. She loves to argue, especially
when the subject under discussion is
some weighty problem of the universe,
but her happiest moments are when she
is caroling in her deep strong voice
fChristmas hymns her specialtyl.
Many things about life puzzle Jane
but few annoy her. In fact there's
many a thing that troubles the average
mortal that doesnit bother Jane a whit,
par exemple the burden of senatorial du-
ties and the checking of one's trunk-
entirely ignoring the necessity of the latter.
Janels sense of humor is very alive. Per-
haps it is well, for there must always be
some days withouit mail.
ALIDA GENNIFREDE DUNHAM
Batavia, N. Y.
don the alliterationslj If you ever see
anybody putting a note book in the mail
box-or trying to walk placidly through
a closed door-or lustily singing hymn
59 from Responsive Readings 59-that's
Darb! Or if you're talking to a person
who says, "Isn't that great?" when she
should have said, "Isn't that too bad?"-
or who says "Pardon me" when she
bumps into a post-fhafs Darb!
And when she comes out of her
dreaminess, if you want to hear a story
well told-ask Darb about it. Or if you
want to laugh ask Darb to give her
reasons why mice should be prohibited
from college-or why sweet sleep should
extend at least three hours longer.
She's one of the Dunhams!
LUCILE HALL DUNHAM Batavia, N. Y.
"Say, bo, can't a fella-" --And in
comes Jim, head up, eyes flashing-and
we hear-well, somebody once said that
Jim always reminded her of a mischiev-
ous, rather wicked boy. Enough of that
part of it. Jim can coach basket-ball
until every raw-boned, awkward girl on
the squad has really done a bit of good
playing-Jim can chemilate fthis is 2.
new word!D design, sing, cook, write
many letters, mother every girl on the
corridor. She is a mixture! Some folks
might call her an all-round girl-but
we'l1 say she's absolutely square-and
we like it!
She's the other Dunham!
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FANNY F EITEL Elmlra N
Fannys the girl who can fall all over
the hockey field and come up smiling
Fannys the girl too who comes from
way over the river every morning rain
or shine and still she smlles Slies
never too busy but that she can help
some poor soul and shes always Johnny
on the spot when it comes to standing
by her class She goes out for athletics
and is one mighty good sport. Fannys
only been in our class two years but
we re mighty glad shes in it now!
CLARA FARR Elmira N Y
Clara sprmts forth gaily 1n fifty yard
das tes and hurdles and plays basket
ball and hockey well She 1S truly slim
and athlet1c and has a marked fondness
for taking p1ctures and for crocheting
and readmg Nothing can estrange her
affect1ons from the Saturday Evenmg
Post although ncw and then she varies
her literary menu and lugs great bound
volumes from the periodical room. Al-
though Clara isnt a strictly literary per-
son s'1e is a chronic diary writer-the
systematic and conscientious yet fluent
Often and vehemently Clara declares
that she will not teach. She takes the
Home Ec. Course and perchance in the
ccurse of a few years she will be
eflicient dietitian in a large hospital.
MARGARET FRANCES FLYNN
Elmira, N. Y.
"Flynnie" has a typical Irish sense of
humor. She can see something funny
in any sort of thing. Not even the slight-
est-or the very darkest cloud in col-
legiate circles bothers her! She's almost
always smiling or giggling over some
good joke-and even in chapel-some-
times-her shoulders are seen to shake!
She adores dancing-and one of her
worries is, "Wouldn't it be awful to go
with a man who doesn't dance?" Yes,
it certainly would be! She is a devoted
movie fan-and is also crazy CPD about
chemistry! She takes the Home Ec.
course and keeps the entire sewing circle
in hysterics when she talks down there
at Lab. She is little and quick and in-
dependent. And to top it all, she has
that reddish hair which makes her all
the more interesting!
KATHARINE FRENCH Hamilton, N. Y.
"K-K-Katie, b-beautiful Katie." Some-
how that name fits her, for she is short
and wears dark tortoise-rimmed "specs"
and has a way of looking at you de-
murely yet with a glint of 'humor in her
eyes. Katie is reliable and conscientious
and is always ready to help "a friend
in need." She does things on time and
remembers her promises. Katie plays
a mandolin in the orchestra and she can
discourse at length upon the many books
which she has read. One of the best
things about Katie is her sense of hu-
mor. But I must here name a fault or
two, Katie does lack courage in some
directions. She hates to dissect cats,
and when away from the thoroughfare
she has a most remarkable fear of stray
dogs and of boys.
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HULDAH WOCDRUFF FRISBIE
Frizz the Emot1onal 1S the name of
this member of our Table Round Her
motto 1S L1fe 1S a subscription blank
No we dont see the point elther but
Frizz can explaln it in a volume of words
that will render you prostrate Frizz has
very decided views on all subyects un
der the sun-except when it comes to
arguing about the cabinet-parliamentary
form of government-or something equally
When Frizz was very young-say, fresh-
man year she loved oft and deeply
but now that she has grown up she has
put away childish things-and vents her
emotions in frequent ravations about life
and her favorite theme I wish some-
thing interestiizg would happen! And
with these few words we dismiss Fr1zz,
the most unusual and amusing fair flower
ln the class of 1921'
MARIE FRENCH Elmira N Y
May partles and dances and leisure
adorn her future' For she detests study
and monotony and long continued work
and delights 1n adventures and partles
and good looking apparel And undenl
ably Mane appreclates men, although
with a certain flckleness of approbatlon.
Psychology amuses her immensely and
she prides herself on a really good -
derstanding of the human race She
loathes affectat1on and other human o-
lies but if she likes a person she wi
do anything for her.
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EDITH FROST Holly, N. Y.
Edith is quite the neatest maiden you
ever saw. And beholding her raven
black curls you would never guess that
she possesses brains. Also she has a
practical way of looking at life and an
ability to remain unruifled by the course
of events. She is called "Jack" and
somehow it fits her, and too, it goes
logically with her surname.
.Men may come and men may go, but
Edith's unfailing interest is Hamilton.
MARY PAULINE FROST Buffalo, N. Y.
Her best friends call her "Poky Polly"
-but we'1l say it's just to "get her goat."
Polly may come strolling in late to every
class-an aggrieved expression on her
face-or she may fall downstairs when
she sees a roomful of company over in
Alumnae and hears some of her fair
friends clapping for her speedy entrance
-and she may abhor French-but she
has lots of the things they call counter-
balances. She has the tact of a diplomat
-the poise of a leader of people-and
the courteousness and keep-your-head of
lots of people who- are sadly lacking in
those things. Polly can play anything
on the piano from Yankee Doodle to the
Chinese National hymn-by just hearing
it once-and she does College Settlement
and Y. W. and makes halos and sleeves
for Thespis angels. Her greatest occu-
ration is in keeping Beanie out of gnis-
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LOUISE GEHRUNG New York City
A bang A rattle An entrance A
white sweater flying open a purple E on
one pocket a 21 on the other plaid
Sklft mlddy pile of books and note
books under one arm tortoise snell
glasses perched yauntily on an ever so
slightly tilted nose a broad grin across
the lower region of said face-a voluble
stream of words-everybody stand up!
Louie our noble president! After search-
ing busily through one of her few note-
books, she finds what she wants to say
and raves on merrily-hand on hip-
same humorous grin on her face.
Louie can talk about anything under
the sun. Not even the Deans Lit class
fazes her! She's always happy-except in
the morning-and who could be happy
then? We've been standing up quite a
while for Louie. Now-exit our presi-'
dent. Long may she live! '
HELENE ELEONORE GEISSER
Elmira N Y
That intangible maid with an interest
mg personality plus the mysterious coif
fure But dont you agree with me that
1l,S sometimes provoking to be confronted
with 1ntang1b1l1ty7 Beans 15 always
cool and undisturbed and often gives
you the impresslon of merely lookmg
on at life-except when she IS ammatedly
running around for ads for the Weekly-.
She is clever and sarcastic and brilliant.
And Eleonore can dance and sing and
speak French-and do them all well.
Once upon a time Beans entertained
thoughts of being a newspaper woman,
but now she has evolved other ideas con-
cerning the ideal career for a woman.
Whatever 't ' , 'Beans" will surely
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VERA MILDRED GLADDING
South Otselis, N. Y.
We don't like to start a write-up by
saying that a girl is "sweet," because so
many people use that adjective for peo-
ple who decidedly are not sweet-but
we just can't help truly applying the
adjective to Dingy. And she can mur-
der us for it if she wants to! So there!
Dingy "sorter drawls" and she says "wait
on me," instead of "wait for me" and
the other day in Foods Lab she thought
suet was a kind of a fruit!
Some folks call Dingy, "Vera, the
Vamp," but when one has naturally curly
hair, what can be expected? Once in a
while Vera gets just 'a little worried and
goes about with a perplexed look in her
eyes-but things usually come out all right
in the end. And when anyone in Junior
Alumnae has a trouble she goes to Dingy.
MILDRED GREENLEAF GRAEBNER
Port Jervis, N. Y.
'Tis she who has won the gratitude of
many an underclassman for the mathe-
matical aid rendered. And 'tis she who
in the "rec" room ungrudgingly plays
for dancing. Mildred is good looking,
and it is rumored that at the time when
the Juniors were presenting their physiog-
nomies before the camera, Mr. Loomis
took an extra picture of her because of
the fairness of her features.
No one ever found fault with Mi1dred's
disposition. She is even-tempered and
friendly and gracious, and moreover she
makes delicious things to eat and passes
them generously down the corridor. Mil-
dred has a marked admiration for per-
sons belonging to the genus of faculty,
an admiration so complete that she her-
self is planning to teach.
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JULIX HAAR Cormng N
The Grammarlan Hammy calls her
and Jul sure can do Latm and Greek
and th1ngs l1ke that But shes up on
lots of other thmgs besxde grammar She
can tell you all about the gentle art of
farmerettmg and you remember she had
charge of the horses for Jeanne dArc
Juls the sort that can be depended
upon-and if she tells you shell do
thmg s11el1 do it. She has a fine sense
of humor-likes dancing-goes often to
the movies-and does most things the
jolly junior does. Shes a good sport.
HORTENSE HALLOCK Dundee N Y
When she gets started Hortense can
talk a t1n ear 1nto anyone And when
she gets started she can study 1nto the
wee sma hours of the mght and oft
tlmes she does' And she dances and
dashes oif clever 11ttle pub11c op1n1ons
for the Weekly or de11vers lectures on
Men I have known or Why I belleve
every woman should Vote. Long days
ago when New York women could not
vote Hortense used to make stump
speeches with great gusto
Her favorite studies just now are his-
ALICIA HAMILTON Potsdam, N Y.
Famous for blushes and allur1ng d1m
ples Fan dlscovered them when Llsh
was a young Freshman by the way she
IS very youthful and now for three
years we have beheld them and mar
veled and admlred We admlre Al1C1aS
d1spos1t1on too It IS opt1m1st1c and
almost 1mmune to 1rr1tab1l1ty She has
the rare ab1l1ty of seemg humor 1n every
thmg 111 11fe except a Joke They actually
frlghten her and cause her deep dlstress
Al1Cla 1S S61ZCd by spasmod1c yearnmgs
for Knowledge par exemple she chooses
an arg proposltlon the work on wh1ch
she thlnks would prove mstructlve
gardless of the utter 1mposs1b1l1ty of
ever provlng It Al1c1a IS truly the un
daunted sort D1sconcert1ng c1rcum
stances trouble her not at all Her one
unfa111ng mterest 1S muslc Who knows
perhaps she w11l some day be an operatlc
ELIZABETH HAIVIILTON Potsdam N Y.
Good old L1z' Shes there when d
pendab1l1ty capab111ty, and stab1l1ty are
needed You may always see L12 busy
because slees such a good worker and
so obllgmg that she IS 1n great demand
She IS one of the two em1nent Hanul
tons good sol1d c1t1zens 1n the class of
21 The say that L1z 1S the busmess
head of the firm We dont know but
L1sh always says, Ask LIZ, when we
want any mcney for anythmg
L12 IS as cheerful as a happy kltten
Thats why some call her Tabby
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HAZEL HAVERLY New Albany Pa
Hazels frxends say that Hazel llkes
the men especlally men from the Umver
s1ty of Pennsylvama She loves to dance
and skate too
Ev1dently Hazel IS rather languld for
we hear that her favorlte saylng IS I1n
kllled domg It whatever 1t may be
cM1ght be Chem They say she hates
Everyone who knows her says that
she 1S a fine frnend and a very thoughtful
KATHARINE LOUISE HENNING
Albany N Y
Somebodys uncle said of Hen when
he saw her plcture Theres an mter
estmg glfl, thats a character face
Thats lt she IS a character Face,
speech and 1deas are all 1nd1v1dual
When as a Freshman Hen took first
place 1n the llterary contest we knew
that she was a commg woman. Ever
smce she has kept commg Here me
find her Ed1tor of the S1byl and Weekly
ln her .Tumor year and a regular .Tumor
Now as to personals Hank hates
mornmgs and butter She loves dill
plckles toast and l1ttle locks of ha1r
to pat and play wlth As to who loves
Hank ask any Jumor'
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ROSE HOLCOMB Bristol Springs, N. Y.
Hokey just joined our squad this year,
and you can just wager we're mighty
glad she did! Who but Hoke could
goal guard in hockey one day-sprain
her ankle-and goal guard again the next
day? Who but Hoke is always striding
up junior corridor and demanding in
manly tones of every junior. "What on
earth are you going to do for Arg?"
Hoke's speciality is making speeches in
chapel-whether it's about the last pair
of gloves she lost, the Soc. book some-
body borrowed for "light reading" or the
Consumers' League. And-on the side-
they say that "that Rose Holcomb goes
to the Flat more than any girl I know!"
But then, Hoke, we all like to eat!
ELVA REBEKAH HORNBECK
Hancock, N. Y.
Elvie has about the best sense of
humor of any girl we know. She doesn't
say much when anything strikes her
funny, but her eyes just brim over with
amusement. Elvie drawls when she talks
-and uses her eyes! She delights in
the gentle art of arguing and belonged,
freshman year, to a particular, "Sunday
Afternoon Argument Club". And once in
a while she gets peeved, and sputters,
but she .gets over it soon. She hates
Spanish, but keeps on taking it with a
stiff upper lip. . . . Her favorite college
is Colgate-and if she gets less than,
well, quite a few letters a week, she
says, 'Tm so annoy-ed!"
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RHEA HORNUNG Corning, N. Y.
Besides being nice to look at, Rhea
has quite a good mind. Her less for-
tunate friends gasp at her proiiciency in
Spanish class. She puts a good deal of
time on her work and thus reaps the
rewards of the conscientious,-that is,
We hear that Rhea likes her mirror,
but who would not if she could iind in
hers what Rhea sees when she looks in
the glass. '
She is a happy, hearty little person
and has many friends.
MILDRED HOUCK Elmira, N. Y.
Mildred is breezy and happy. She
can talk more and laugh more in a certain
length of time than any other Junior.
Our Class simply couldn't get alo11g
without Mildred. She is such a good
scout about lending her car when it is
needed. Most of our Laurel was brought
in her car and it was through her help
that all the eats for tl1e Junior-Freshman
picnic were delivered at the desired post.
Such people are a blessing to a commun-
ity. Mildred, you're one to the Junior
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BERTHA LOUISE HUEBSCH W
Allegany, N. Y.
Foremost among Bertha's characteris-
tics are originality and humor. In fact
her friends are often impressed with the
quality and quantity of her wit. She
has an optimistic disposition, an aptitude
for study, and calmness of appearance
which is quite invulnerable. Bertha does-
n't have a ditiicult tim.e finding something
that she likes to do. Guiding the foot-
steps of 'children both figuratively and
literally skating reading and studymg
each interests her. A very likable per
son is Bertha.
DOROTHY KOONS, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Dot's efforts have added greatly to the
success of our athletic career. She goes
into everything in that line of activity.
In basket ball she is absolutely imper-
turbable, even when playing against a
fierce opponent. She is always cool and
plucky. We're proud of her. Even
though she lives in town, she finds time
to practice loyally.
Athletics are not her only line how
ever Dot is very good in Spanish and
other things This same pluck and calm
ness is good backing for anyone in thi
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KATHERINE MYERS LAMB
Suagerties, N. Y.
Lover of math and work and sleep,
K. is an energetic young person. Give
her some work to do and she does it
with gusto and celerity. Never was K.
known to be behind time in anything.
Provision for the future is a practised
theory of hers. K. is domestically in-
clined: she demands spotless and per-
fect order and is skilled in concocting
delicious "eats", When it comes to read-
ing matter, she is another member of the
Junior Class who cries for the Saturday
Good quality upon good quality has
K. Hcomfortingnessf and sympathy and
MARY A. LEWIS Delhi, N. Y.
Don't call Mary "little one" and don't
tell her how pretty and sweet you think
she is, if you don't wish a fearful wrath
to descend upon you. Somehow Mary
can't seem to appreciate herself. Per-
haps it is because she can never see
herself on the stage as heroine of our
,college plays. Mary does many things
beside acting. She is interested in the
Old Ladies' Home and the Orphan Asy-
lum, and she attends to the circulating
side of the Sibyl and Weekly. Strange,
isn't it, that so versatile a maid should
loathe accounting? And a parting word-
don't wake Mary before eight in the
morning. Before that hour she can ap-
preciate nothingg no, not even a "setting
up" in the corridor.
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It's too bad that every write-up has
to be started with a name and picture.
If it weren't we could just say a few
things and let folks guess about whom
we were talking. Now, for instance,
here's a girl who says, "Ah adoah
beans !"-and who goes into rhapsodies
whenever we have beans for lunch.
This same girl says "Mayry" and "Pauly"
-"Veera"-"Dahb,' and "Bah Hahbah".
Incidentally, she comes from Boston, and
we call her Beany!
Beany can manage anything from
"Pauly" to the Iris. All except one
thing. She absolutely insists that she
cannot manage her curly black hair-
but we like it unmanageable anyhow.
Beany's the sort of girl who can do
anything and do it well!
GRATIA LOWMAN Elmira, N. Y.
Trish! In she comes-eyes looking in
a surprised manner through her tortoise
shells-eyes looking in a more surprised
manner when she finds out that she's
forgotten something. Trish does forget
-but it doesn't bother her much. In
fact, nothing bothers Trish much. She
might start off on a trip to the White
House and decide when she's almost in
Mfashington to go to China-and she
wouldn't be much surprised-and neither
Trish used to think that her calling
was the art of Book-keeping, but she
has since changed her mind. Now she
devours psychology and philosophy. She
spent a whole period in Arg once trying
to prove that she had two ideas at once
-but concluded she had none at all!
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Maragret travels back and forth from
Corning every day in pursuit of knowl-
edge. She has great respect for Latin
authors and genuine admiration for
Hammy's wit. Ask her for his complete
repertoire in the line of jokes. When
avoiding the sterner things of life Mar-
garet goes to the "movies'y. Perhaps
not a movie fiend, but certainly she
knows a great deal about actors and
actresses who have "appeared upon the
MILDRED MABEE Rochester, N. Y.
Although not very noisy about it, Mil-
dred does a good deal. Not many of
us know that she worked all last summer
in a dangerous laboratory of the East-
man- Kodak Company's plant. Such a
job requires brains and a cool head, and
Mildred has thenf. We know how Mil-
dred could do that hard work, because
we've heard of her high marks in Chem.
She's a congenial person too. Although
she doesn't talk a lot herself, she appre-
ciates her friends' conversation.
LUCILE CRUZ MANJARREZ
Tampico Tamps, Mexico.
Lucile helps in furthering the cosmo-
politan character of '21, She came from
Mexico for her Junior year, and already
we are proud of the English she speaks.
She is interested in social service and in-
tends to go back to her home as a doctor
after she has finished her studies in the
East. No one we know is more interest-
ing or ambitious than Lucile,
ANNA WHEELER MARCH
A scramble along the hall, a bang on
the door, and "Listen, fellers,"-and here
is Ann with a brand-new idea. She is
always into something, always enthusias-
tic and always interesting.
It is Anne who plays the practical and
clever jokes. Ask her about the red
pepper that made Hen sneeze or about
the mice in the Dunham cracker bag.
It is Anne who dazzles the Frosh with
her vim and makes friends with everyone.
She's into dramatics, athletics, music,
and-well,-she's into everything active
and interesting, Versatile and lovable,-
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DORIS MARSH Perry N Y
Dorry belongs to a modern Utopla
She and Emmy have a most ldeal domes
t1c umon They pool everythmg for the
common cause, from statmnary to soap
Perfect domestlc bl1ss IS the1rs
She IS a nlght hawk hke her room
mate and loves to il1t about m the
wee sma hours
Dorry IS always bemg teased about
bemg slow We admlt that she IS rather
le1surely about some thlngs especlally
gettmg ready for church but she has
not been slow m wmnmg her way 1nto
our hearts Were sure of that
VIRGINIA LOVELL MARSHALL
Nunda N Y
Well now I dont s s see how you
get that 1dea and Gmny promptly
starts ln to argue whether lt be Law
class senate meetmg-or just plam Arg'
But Gmny usually has mlghty good 1deas
of her own and shes not a whlt afrald
to st1ck up for them whmch 1S more than
some people can do'
Gmny also has about the best lookmg
bobbed halr cut m college IS hmber and
l1ght on her feet loves dancmg partles
and clothes' In fact she can rave on
about clothes untll further orders and
speakmg of clothes she can also take
first pr1ze at any costume party because
of her clever costumes When she was
a mere freshman she carned off hon
orable ment1on for havmg the most or1g1
nal costume at the Athletlc country
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Possessor of bright locks, a scientific
mind, and an unfailing sense of humor.
Isabell likes chemistry and biology and
even 'fcat labs," and she cherishes a
fond ambition to be a laboratory scien-
She is an artist at making absurd
and humorous remarks, all the while
keeping a serious and unconcerned coun-
tenance. And as for friendliness and for
cheerfully offered services-Isabell has
no equal. She'1l even sling your rattling
skates over her broad shoulder and
carry them all the way to Horseheads
to be sharpened. '
MARY NOBLE Bath, N. Y.
Aifectionate, 'Mary certainly is, and
even-tempered and bright, Even Old
English and Arg have few terrors for her.
And she likes poetry and literature and
professors of the same. Is it rash to
say that admiration is necessary to
Mary's happiness? Her chief idiosin-
crasy, as far as the world can discern,
is a fastidiousness as to the way in
which her bed is made. The mere
ghost of a wrinkle or unevennes there
annoys her. One doesn't have to know
Mary long before one calls her clever
and dreamy and philosophical.
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CAROLINE PUTMAN PARKER
Someone whistling merrily down the
corridor, almost deceiving you into th1nk-
mg that a bird 1S imprisoned 1n Cowles?
Thats Caroline Someone munch111g
crackers leisurely and inviting every
hungry mortal she sees to partake f
the aforementioned refreshment? Thats
Carol1ne too She comes from the West
and 1S full of fun and hospitality And
she does have a weakness for chocolate
and animal crackers and dinners down
If you chance to be in the dining
room any day of the week at ten min-
utes past eight you will see Carlline
come walking leisurely m She never
hurr1es Perhaps you th1nk she doesnt
know how to work Not so'
EDNA PETERS Worchester, N Y.
How Pete scorns the uninteresting! If
your conversation isn't original or your
manners startling, she won't evi11ce the
slightest interest i you. But declaim
dramatically on the hypocrisy of women
or read Kipling while taking a shower,
and she has an ardent desire to know
you. Fascinatingly sophisicated men
alone have Pete's utmost approval.
She possesses a strenuous imagination
-the kind that flies and leaps. Tales
of horror and mystery so impress her
that even Trishs attempts at relieving
her terror are of no avail By way
of explanation-Trish is Her Majestys
handmaiden, coniidante, and kindred
spirit. Pete has a propensity for read-
ing deep literature and for discussing
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SARAH PHILLIPS Corning, N. Y. CORNELIA CALKINS PRATT
' Elmira, N. Y.
Obliging people are so desirable that This is supposed to
they are always appreciated. When in- represent cross stiching. Kinks once
, V quiries among Sarah's friends were cir- started to cross-stitch a blouse! It will
culated, the main opinion was, "Oh, be a good-looking blouse-when it's fin-
she'll do anything for you. Sheis the ished.
best-natured kidy' That's a good recom- But Kinks really and truly designs
mend, A clothes and makes them in about half
Sarah does not take life too hard, the time it takes a lamb to jerk his
but lives a placid, happy existence. She tail twice-and she not only makes her
X'-rx , is quite plain-spoken. She says what she own clothes--but those of her friends!
X . X thinks. This open- heartedness endears Kinks has curly eye-lashes and a broad
l her to many. grin-and her favorite name is Susanna.
She plays hockey-runs the Pratt car which
takes all Junior Corridor invalids and
' vacationists to and from college to the
. station-Afalls asleep every night prompt-
ly at 9:30-and incidentally presides over
. Epsilon Gamma and the Thespis ward-
' A robe. They call Kinks "one good scout".
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KATHRYN REED Corry, Pa.
Good looking? Yes very-and inter-
ested in dramatics. Kay likes to dance
and study and play her mandolin-
but almost better than any of these she
likes to sleep Yet despite th1s last char
acteristic arguments concerning weighty
sociological problems are a frequent
mid night diversion of Kays Cast aside
all hope of influencing her op1n1ons when
she declares No I dont agree with
you absolutely' Kay has done some
nevxspaper work during summer vaca
tions and after college her career will
be along that line of work Her career
yes and then well, even now Cornell
has charms for her'
CLARA L. RENFER Pittston, Pa.
Her eyes are verv blue-and true,
Ctrying to be poeticl. But that is about
right' I think, Certainly ,she is very
lovable And Wren 1S eflicient despite
her petiteness Remember her as Soph-
omore president of Epsilon Gamma?
Its a strange combination of abilities,
but Wren stars in Math and 1I1 English.
Our utmost admiration to any one who
has taken as much Math as she has!
She IS another of the musical members
of our class
She plays a Uke in the Orchestra,
and when she tried out for the Glee
Club she discovered that she could
sing high soprano Wren thmks that
men are good pals and apparently some-
one of that species thmks tue same of
her for almost every mormng there is
a letter from Penn State under her door.
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MARTHA F. RICHFORD Elmira, N. Y.
We never saw anybody lose -as many
things as Martha does. Sometimes it's
a hair net-sometimes a pocket book-
sometimes a bicycle. She's lost her
heart several times too. Martha sings
and plays-and composes. Didn't she
write our class song? She can talk to
anybody about anything--and never gets
fussed. She has those real pink cheeks
and that raven sort of hair that the
poets rave about. So if you hear some-
body go singing down the corridor-
and see those same pink cheeks-or if
you hear somebody get up and make
peppy announcements about the town
Y. W. meeting-you'1l know it's Martha.
ANNA MARY ROCHE Ridley Park, Penn.
You all know they call the juniors
"jollyf' That term applies more to some
people than it does to others. And Anne's
one of the "some," She certainly typifies
a "Jolly Junior." Of course, she has
her failings. She likes Kewpies very
much-and her room is quite a studio
of themg she also likes to eat-but then,
who doesn't? And she is a passionate
Her best points-she can laugh and
joke-even if she does get on the wrong
train coming back from vacation-and
she can do accounting-oh how she does
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MARION E SANDS Attica N Y
Sands1e 1S an ardent lover of Shake
speare partlcularly of that lme from
Macbeth whlch goes the mnocent sleep
sleep that knits up the ravelld sleeve
of care Enough of that'
Sandsie has a determmed chm and a
hang on to the bitter end which 15 shown
most 1n basketball Our opponents watch
their step when Sandsie comes on the
field! Its Sands too who manages bas-
ket-ball for the jumors and makes line
little speeches in chapel I
Sandsle knits much-studies when she
feels like it-and is always on the spot to
help out a pal. Its Rah for Sandsie
HAZEL SEAFUSE Elmira N Y
At the plano or with a vlolm Hazel IS
perfectly at ease She plays very well
It IS with wonder that the poor lgnorant
unversed m muslc watch her rapid fing
Talking IS also one of her strong
pomts She seems to be even quicker
at that than she 1S at the piano and
thats saying a good deal
Rumor tells us that Hazel is an ardent
devotee of the movies and of gum We
also hear that she hates Latin. We cant
vouch for these reports but we do know
that shes a lively girl who likes to be
up and doing
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EDNA SEELEY Elmira, N. Y.
Enter-the second Isaac Newton! En-
ter the second-well, whatever great sci-
entists and chemists there have been!
Edna is our chemistry star. She almost
lives in the chem lab-takes work at
Cornell summer school-and loves it.
She's keen about the rest of sciences
too, unless you can call sewing a science!
She hates that!
Edna has a very light step down the
corridor-and that is a thing above all
others to be admired, for-woe upon ye
heavy steppers! She has a merry little
"Tee-hee" which she gives when moved
by mirth. But what we prophesy is, that
sometime in the future-1921 will be
honored by some valuable discovery
made in the chemical world by Miss
Edna Seeley, graduate of Elmira College!
SUZANNE SERRIERE Dijon, France
She looks so deep! She is deep, too.
It is worth while to hear her recite in
Tennyson or Sociology. Then, too, we
love her accent.
Those wide and dreamy eyes have a
very far-away expression at times. Per-
haps, Suzanne is thinking of French food
and French feather-beds. We know that
our American "eats" and our little, hard
cots do not appeal to her. Anyway, she
likes our games, and is already making
quite a little headway in basket-ball and
In spite of Suzanne's somewhat sober
face, she is very social and laughs and
talks a good deal. Wle are so happy to
have her in our class. '
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MAY SLAVIN Elmira, N. Y.
Her friends all say that May is languid
and happy-go-lucky. She's one of these'
optimistic people who never hurry and
always enjoy life. It's a nice way to be.
Movies are a joy to May. We hear
that she attends regularly. In spite of
this diversion, she is a very good stu-
dent. Her marks are high.
She often makes droll remarks in her
slow way which tickle all listeners. May
is a good sort.
ELIZABETH SMITH Manlius, N. Y.
"Mah dealt, I never saw such a funny
thing in all mah life! You all would
just naturally have passed out!" That's
Betty-who abhors early rising-and likes
-well, Syracuse, and Latin, and Ham-
my's jokes. She gets brilliant marks
and yet always seems to have bushels
of time to read the latest copy of Good
Housekeeping-or to run down-town for
the other fellow-or to rave about St.
John's. She has a red tam that the
whole corridor borrows-and a sport hat
that almost the whole corridor borrows-
and a brown hat that some of the cor-
ridor borrow. And incidentally, she
mothers' Mary. And,-well, a right good
sort is Betty!
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FLORENCE SPENCER Elmlra N
Florence sa1d a few days ago, I was
so cold that I couldnt even talk One
of her frlends sa s she must have been
horrlbly cold She chatters and laughs
a good deal We l1ke her for lt Her
remarks are so funny too
Someone tells us that Florence 1S play
mg about Wlth three men 1n the back
ground Th1s sounds 1nterest1ng but
we cant swear to the truth of the state
Although Florence does good work her
studies dont bother her much Shes a
r1ght Jolly g1rl
MARJORIE SPENCER Umon N Y
MHIJOIIC 1S often wont to mur1nur
about the trlals of Old Enghsh and Ar
gumentatlon And when th1I1gS go wrong
1n these or other d1rect1ons she exclalms
w1th much downheartedness Oh t11e
d1ckens She hkes partles and muslc
and danc1ng And when she has txme
she reads and wrltes arduously
though she someumes peruses the At
lantlc Monthly The Ladles Home Jour
nal IS a sure source of pleasure 1n her
exlstence Teachlng Engllsh IS to be
Marjones occupatlon ln the future
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Montclair, N. J.
Polly is cute, dependable, lovable, and
ilirtatious. She's the girl we all want
our brothers to meet, when they come
to visit us. She is also a most enter-
taining person. She plays the piano, uke-
lele, and the banjo-mandolin, fno, not
all at oncej. She dances and skates
and plays hockey as well as she does
Biology and Phys.
There is always mail for Pol-interest-
ing mail, too, because she seems to en-
joy it so. Her heart is so big that she's
busy all the time writing letters to an-
swer these, which she receives.
She's peppy and even-tempered and
kind and appreciative. In short, she's
a dear, and we all love her.
MIN NE PAULA TIFFANY Endicott, N. Y.
Tinny-the eflicient. It's Tinny who
always has her work done on time-Tinny
who puts through every business deal
with the pep of ten others. Just look
at the way she sold song books-and
helped business manage the Iris-and
Liberty bonds and Sophomore Hops-
and-well, the list is endless. And Tin-
ny's the kind who's always doing some-
thing for somebody else. If somebody
brought up your parcel post package-
or made your bed that day you had an
eight o'clock-or did all those errands
for you down-town-or typewrote manu-
script for you-'that somebody was Tinny.
And-ask her what she's going to do
soon after she graduates! Just ask her!
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FLORENCE TURK Buffalo, N. Y.
Florence just came to us this year.
We don't know her very well yet, but
we hereby welcome her into our class.
Some of Florence's neighbors tell us
that she is very generous and sympathetic.
We hope that you will like Elmira,
Florence, and be glad that you have
come into the Junior class
CAROLYN M. WAGQNER
Sort of a wizard when it comes to
reading character. She gives a person
one quick glance and is able to tell his
or her traits and characteristics. Carrie
has had many interesting experiences,
and when she talks you are impressed
with her worldly knowledge and incident
ally you notice her quaint Southern ex
presslons She 1S etliclent and business
like and always busy For the future
she has pet schemes for a new venture
ln the lme of tea rooms or for a com
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HELEN WAIT Montgomery, N. Y.
Helen just entered our class this year,
so we haven't as full statistics about
her as we might have. She's always
smiling-but she doesn't talk much. And
she says she never studies-but she
looks at her books a lot. She's always
writing letters-except when she's doing
other things-and as a natural sequence-
she gets a lot. She's always ready to
eat and sleep-but those are failings
peculiar to us all. Good nature is her
second nature. Her room was on the
octagon this year-and right near the
'phone. It would drive anybody with an
evil disposition absolutely mad to an-
swer the 'phone every time it rang-but
Helen hasnit lost her temper about it
yet. Her favorite expression is, "Oh,
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EDITH WALSH Erie, Pa.
Edie is as peppy as -"they come." She
laughs and talks and dances very well.
She never seems down in spirits. If
you want to be amused, just ask Edith
to do some of her iniitations for you.
They are great, especially the one of the
drug fiend. You never forget it when
you have once seen it.
Clever with her needle and brush.
She makes the best-looking clothes and
does the most attractive sketches.
She's always the same, noisy and live-
ly. She has penalties quite often for
the two above-mentioned characteristics.
Cornell has quite an attraction for
Edie. We can't wonder that Edie has
an attraction for Cornell. She's a regular
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GRACE WATSON New York City
This is an unusual person. She has
been May Queen, and an Angel twice,
in the Christmas pageant, and is the
college tennis champion, She is adored
of Frosh for this same reason, we think,
When especially stirred, Grace say's:
"Oh, Boy!- She is easily fussed and
blushes quite beautifully. She loves to
borrow anything, from soap to furniture.
We love to hear Grace talk in her
slow, particular way. In fact, we like
most everything about Grace.
MARGARET WINNER Elmira, N. Y.
There's a girl who is pretty, witty and
If you want to prove it, just look in
And you'll have to admit she'11 never
Bumping through life in a cute little Ford.
Thus one would characterize Martie, if
one were in a versifying frame of mind.
Good-looking and "happy-go-lucky" and
brilliant-a rare and marvelous combina-
tion but you do find it in her. She
.'lds the class record for exam -
empts and rates high among those
young scholars who originate startling
and illuminating questions ' psych
class. An aptitude for study? No but
she does have 'Forditude.
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Qauntity was our first. characteristic. Our class was largest in num-
bers and largest invphysique of any class which had entered Elmira before.
We must have given the poor Sophomores a tough time of it because of
our husky resistance. Those first few months were thrillers. Remember
the night we hung the 1920 calico banner, and the Sophs rushed upon us
in Senior Hall, or the day we elected Jeang or our first Cap and Gown
Day when we carried Jean and her red roses on our shoulders around
Our Freshmen Thespis party was another memorable occasion. Kay
Reed as the poor shivering che-ild, astray in the city, will never be forgotten.
Our May-day was, perfect, and our May Queen was a dream of beauty.
Those of us who tugged guards' uniforms and dancing costumes all over
Watkins in the blistering heat felt repaid when we saw her sitting with
queenly grace on our throne. In May, instead of holding our desired
Freshman Banquet we postponed it because ofthe war. It was not easy,
but it paid, because we had it to look forward to in our next year when
all the war worry was over.
Sophomore year began with the pleasure of coming back as old girls.
The joys' of seeing everyone again made us almost delirious. How we
pitied and yet gloated over the poor lonely Frosh! It was so short a time
since we had suffered this!
The first few weeks were busy ones helping the Freshmen to get
started in the rightrway. They were quite a trial. During our second
year we outdid the other classes in the Student Drive for United War
Work. Remember how fast our little Sophomore sailor doll climbed the
ladder of our quota? In May, as a reward for our last year's sacrifice,
we gave ourselves the treat of a banquet at the Rathbun. Everyone looked
the best she had ever looked, everything tasted the best anything had ever
tasted, and we had the best time we had ever had.
Juniors! The name was just as awing to us as to all other Sophomores,
who seem to arrive all at once at that long-awaited stage of life when one
1S called a "Jolly Junior." '
The first privilege was a little sister. How much their appreciation
of our help meant to us! Then cap and gown day! Planning for white
skirts, hanging and pressing those formidable gowns and getting tassels
anchored correctly required much time and application Then The Day!
We sailed into chapel feeling very humble and rather foolish in our new
garb 'Our friends all looked so dignified! I
The next great thing that the Juniors have is the Junior Prom. Every-
thing must be so "nice and different." Harrassed committees met and
parted only to meet again. "It's a great life," they'd say with a deep sigh.
We have yet to experience the relief when our Iris comes out. It is with
some trepidation that We start it out into circulation.
Now one more year remains, with its classes, parties, plays, and duties.
Then in that faint and far off time, Our Senior Commencement, We shall
leave our college friends and college duties to go out and try to find our
college dreams, grateful for our four years in Elmira.
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CHILDHOOD OF GREAT WOMEN
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Gertrude Albert ..... Elmira, N. Y.
Annette Ames ..... Montclair, N. J
Myrtle Baker ....... Milford, N. Y
Florence Bird ....... Elmira, N. Y
Ella Brace .......... Corning, N. Y.
Margaret Bush. .Horseheads, N. Y.
Grace Fiedler. .Charleroi, Penn.
Lena Crandall ....... Elmira, N. Y.
Ruth Deans ....... Brooklyn, N. Y.
Elsie Egbert ......... Elmira, N. Y.
Edna Fitzherbert.Succasunna, N. J.
Nancy French. .Washington, D. C.
Eleanor Gibson ...... Elmira, Y.
Edna Greenwood.Horseheads, N. Y.
Elsa H. Smith.. .Wilmington, Dela.
Hazel Hill ..... Painted Post, N. Y.
Arlene Hollister...Allegany, N. Y.
Helen J amieson Trinidad Colo
Marguerite Jones Ellzabeth N J
Bella Mazur Scranton Penn
Cecile Mills ...... Rochester, N . Y
Maible Moon ........ Sayre, Penn
Mildred Perkinson Patchogue, L. I
Bernyce Preston ..... Elmira, N. Y
Marion Read ......... Perry, N. Y
Esther Reist ..... Mount Joy, Penn
Margaret Roe. . . .Patch.ogue, N. Y.
Florence Sanders .... Elmira, N. Y.
Leonore Sheely ...... Elmira, N. Y
Gwendolyn Smith. .New York City
Hildred Smith .... Scranton, Penn.
Ruth Sykes .... .... B uifalo, N. Y.
Margaret Toan ........ Perry, N. Y.
Ruth Townsend Baptiste .... ....
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Hazel Van Name.Horseheads, N. Y.
Janet Waterman Farley .......
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. . . .Huldah Frisbie
.. . .Jean Clarke
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.. Minne Tiffany
Mr Loomis Photographer
Frances P Throop
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If college were full of some such things, I'm sure we'd all be as happv
Page One Hundred len
Nine o'clock "eight o'clocks."
Never out-of-order elevators.
More deliveries of mail and parcel post.
Parties which require no cleaning up.
Bi-monthly mountain days. E
Fridays Without fish.
Dinners with never a meat loaf
A real dance now and then E
Immediate acceptance by the first asked Prom man
Fire drills during class time
Chains on the reference books in the library
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Most interesting. .
Best dancer .......
Most charming . . .
Fastest Talker ....
Most obliging. . .
Most Entertaining ....
Most practical ....
Most Frenchy .....
o Zoo in the Junior Class?
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. . . . .Edie Walsh
. . . . . . . . . . .Jeanne Allingry
. . .Julia Evelyn Elliott Clark
. . .Ginny Marshall
lTinny Tiif any
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' 1Kay Reed
lFrizz F risbie
' ' 1Louie Gehrung
. . . .Carolyn Wagoner
. . .Suzanne Serriere
Dreamiest ...... .... D arb Dunham
Wildest ..... ........ A nn March
Noisiest U lAnne Roche
' "" QLaura Aspinwall
slowest. i ' . . ' . 'lCaroline Parker
Most Independent .... I I . llvlarion Sands
Best-natured ....... I u -Dingy Gladding
Most ofiginn ..... H SKQY Henhing
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Most artistic... .ilu Jean Clarke
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Most happy-go-lucky., .. .... Marty Winner
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Most dependable . . .
Most athletic .. .
Most efficient. . .
Page One Hundred-mcxelfve
. .Jack Frost
5 Edie Walsh
. . . .Frances Adee
. . . .Anne March
.. .Jim Dunham
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INDEX T0 ADVERTISERS
Atwater H D
Bally John 84 Son
Barker Rose and Chnton
Berger 84 Radln
Bon Ton The
Chemung Canal Trust Co
Complrments of a Fr1end
Cornlsh Shop The
Cotrell and Leonard
E W L 84 R R Co
Erre Automat1c Shoe
Falafew Tea Room
Flanagan J J 84 Co
Flat Iron The
Fr1end Metzger 84 Co
Garey N1 i
Gorton Co The
Gosper Kelly Co
Rep a1r1n g
Hallock W B 84 Brother
Hamllton 84 Pohlman
Hudson Shoe Co
Iszard Co S F
Jacobus W D
Kldder W H
K1nney Co Inc
Loom1s Fred T
Lowm an Constructlon
Page One Hundred szxteen
MacGreevey Sleght Degraff
Marks Co M Doyle
Mathews Jewelry Store
Merchants N atlonal Bank
M111er W D
Dry Cleanlng Co
Perfect Laundry Inc
Person1us G A
Person1us Malone and Fren h
Plummer F F
Rawson The Flor1st
Re1d and Wlnner
Rosenbaum L 84 Sons
Rosery Garden Shop
Routledge Thos J
Second Natlonal Bank
Sheehan Dean 84 Co
Sulhvan J P 84 M
Swarthout 84 Co
Terbell Calk1ns Drug
T1iTany 84 Co
Turner Electrrc Co
Vanlty Fa1r Shop
Van Nort Pharmacy
Walsh 84 Reagan
Ward S 84 Co
Woodbury W E 84
Woodruff A B
Wr1ght E1ectr1c Co
JEWELRY SILVERWARE WATCHES CLOCKS
BRONZES CHINA GLASS STATIONERY
THE MAIL SERVICE GIVES PROMPT ATTENTION
FIFTH AVENUE xl 37TH STREET
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We thank you most heart11y for your
The half tone photographs 1n th1s Ir1s
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Our arm IS to please
FRED T LOOMIS
Every car stops at our door
ELMIRA N Y
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The Misses' Apparel Fashion Center i
of this City
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Friend, Metzger E L M I R A'S
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers
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AND CLAMS W. B. HALLOCK V
164-166 LAKE STREET 111-113 E. Water Street 1
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In Elmira It s
Showing Cont nuously from
1 P M to 10 40 P M
Heating and Ventilating System
Fountain Pens, Etc
F F Plummer
108 North Main Street
144 WEST WATER STREET
Page 85 Shaw
Park 85 Tilford
Booth 85 Mansfield
The Store that Sells
Wooltex Coats and Suits
107 EAST WATER STREET
Misses' clothes de-
signed and made exclu-
sive for the 'Miss with
all the charm and
beauty that goes with
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S15 or as much as S50
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finest dress possible for
prices and good dresses
THE MISSES' STORE
Page One Hundred Twenty
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INTERESTING TO CGLLEGE GIRLS
LL the year we offer a most attractive
line of merchandise that appeals to
the young women attending college. l
These lines include Tailored Suits, Coats,
Furs, Silk, Serge, Jersey and Washable
Dresses, Evening Gowns, Dancing Frocks,
Silk and Muslin Underwear Corsets
Hosiery Underwear Sweaters Knit Goods
Gloves Handkerchiefs Neckwear Toilet
Articles Silks Dress Goods all kinds of
We cordially Invite an Inspection of our
goods and prices
Sheehan, Dean CH, Co
136 138 140 142 WEST WATER STREET
In every detail the Leading Retail Establishment In Elmira
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1 BLoUsEs FOR
The styles are many and
var1ed tarlored effect
embroldered models mn
Georgette and hand
Batxste all bemg mcluded
Bra1d or beads tr1m a
number of handsome
Round necks wxth novel
collars m Whxte Flesh
Pmk and B1ege
Vamty Fa1r Shop
138 East Water Street
Walsh CQ, Reagan
139 EAST WATER STREET
14 FLOORS OF
Sh1rt Walst Boxes
Mahogany Desk Lamps
Hamilton 8: Pohlman
1 144 EAST WATER STREET
, Elmira New York
323 East Water
Page One Hundred Tfwenty tfwo
BASTIAN BROS. CO.
Class Pins Class Rings Athletic Medals
Engraved Commencement Invitations
234 BASTIAN BUILDING ROCHESTER, N. Y.
FOR WEST SIDE DEPOSITORS
Th1S Bank has the most convenient
arrangements for lady depositors
of any 1nst1tut1on in th1s sectlon of
We Invlte Banking of All Kinds
The Merchants Natronal Bank
107 109 West Water Street
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One Quart up to 10 Gallons
v x he
FLAT IRON CANDY
The Corn1sh Shop
108 North Ma1n Street
Oriental Flower Store
Knapp 85 Souffhs Props
331 East Water Street
Elmira N Y
The Falafew Tea Room
127 West Water Street
Delicious Lunches and
Hot Waffles and Syrup
Home Cooking and a "Comfy"
G. R.KIN4NEY co.,1nc.
Everything a Good Shoe
Store Should Have
And Nothing High Priced
135-137 West Water Street
Cut Flowers for Weddings,
Parties and Receptions
Store: 107 Market Street, West
Page Om' Hundred Tfwenty-four
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Nucoa Nut Margarine
S a better spread for bread than any other
substitute for cows' butter. It is absolutely
a vegetable butter and is made from fresh
gathered cocoanuts and peanut oil and is
churned in pasteurized sweet milk, which ab-
solutely warrants its purity. Its only com-
petitor is strictly fresh high-grade creamery
butter, which retails at about 60c per pound.
We believe that you will feel as we do and
that after one honest trial of NUCOA NUT
MARGARINE it will replace any creamery
butter on your table and will continue to
It is showing the proper spirit of patriotism
to conserve animal fats in using NUCOA
NUT -MARGARINE, particularly when it
compares so favorably with the choicest grade
of creamery butter and is such a pronounced
saving toward household expenses.
It is for sale by nearly every iirst-class grocer
in Elmira and its vicinity.
mpire Produce Co.
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i l Evening and Afternoon Gowns 3
3 Coats, Suits, Sweaters, Blouses
l y Kayser Knit and Silk Underwear -
, t y Gloves and Hosiery
129 N, MAIN STREET
Silks and Muslin Underwear
Sateen Heatherbloom and
Jersey Silk Kmckerbockers
Lisle and Silk Hosiery
The Be t Fo You Money
Ove Newark Shoe Sto e
129 W Water St Phone 3327 R
Ladies and Gents
138 E Water St Elmira N Y
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If You Want Service
Barker, Rose CS,
Elmira, N. Y.
Steam Cleagning-, .Pressing and
N I C K G A R E Y
524 N. Main St. Elmira, N.Y.
Bell Phone 1740-M
New Shoes From Old Ones
Erie Automatic Shoe
David Bros., Props.
Quick Service. Repairing Guaranteed
Satisfactory. Work Called For and
Delivered. Work Done While You
Wait. Any Imperfections in Our Work
Repaired Free. '
502 N. Main St. Elmira, N.Y.
115 W. Church Street
Elmira, N., Y.
Built up to a Standard not down
to a Price
Where the Highest Expectations
of Entertainment are Realized
Beautiful New Dresses
Coats and Suits are
here in a very A
We would be pleased to
show them to you
134 West Water Street
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A Department for Every Need!
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Whether it be a Thrift Account
or an Investment for
your Surplus L
A Draft on a Town
at home or abroad!
HELP, ADVISE OR COUNSEL
Come and Learn to Know Us
Second National Bank
ELMIRA, NEW YORK
Our Shoes, Oxfords or Pai ty
Slippers, Will give your fggf
that Well dressed appearance
you are seeking.
Hudson Shoe Company
307 EAST WATER STREET
The Home T
and PLAYER Pianos T
U We also sell
K nich 85 Bach Ivers 85 Pond,
Steinway, Sohmer, Fischer, ra , i
Chase, Aeolian Pianola Piano, and tvsfenty other
Celebrated Pianos and Player Pianos
Victor, Edison, Columbia and All Kinds String
Sonora Talking Machines
SHEET MUSIC i
M. DoYLE MARKS Co.,309siL11EtW,it2iSt
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We reserve th1s space
to express our appre
c1at1on of the patron
age We have had from
the Elm1ra College
Turner Electrlc Co
100 West Church Street
Courteously 1nv1tes the patron-
age of faculty and
john Bally CH, Son
330 EAST WATER STREET
Dlamonds and Rrch Gold
Travellmg Bags Umbrellas
Fownes Gloves Knox Hats
Hotel Rathbun 205 207
Block E Water
The Art Store
P1ctures and Frammg
W H K IDD ER
121 WEST WATER STREET
We telegraph Flowers
over the World
Send your folks those beautlful
remembrances ln Cut
Flowers or Plants
QUALITY SERVICE PRICE
169 N Ma1n Street
A A 1 I all
Page One Hundred Thirty
4' 'Offs ce eff
Geo. W. Peck Co.
Your summer needs can
be quickly and satisfac-
torily selected here
from our large and var-
ied stock of hardware,
seeds, garden tools, re-
rnachinist's tools, car-
, penter tools and every-
thing needed for the
102-103 STATE STREET
Phone 611 '
Leaders in Millinery
and Ladies' Wearing
Large Assortment A
201-3 East Water Street
ELMIRA, NEW YORK
' EUROPEAN PLAN
RATES, 31.50 t0 53.50
THE "ROSE ROOM"
An Excellent Place to Dine
60 Rooms with Private Bath
60 Rooms with Hot and Cold Water
Restaurant Prices moderate
Club Breakfasts, Special Luncheons
Table D'Hote Dinners
JOHN H. CAUSER
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This Is Your Store
A store is not merely a building
with floor space devoted to the
display and sale of merchandise.
It is a living institution, throb-
bing with life and possessing
both character and personality.
It's character is as definitely
known as that of any other pub-
It's' personality is the personality
of its individuals as they serve
you from day to day.
SERVICE is the keystone of this
-and we Want you to know that
the service of this store is one of
the most discussed and carefully
guarded phases of this business.
S. F. ISZARD C0
Water Street, at Baldwin Elmira, N. Y
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WHEN IN NEED ,OF ANYTHING
WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE
Reading Lamps Q
V Desk Lamps
Extension Cords-2 Way Sockets-Supplies
Flatirons-Toasters-Grills-Warming Pans, Etc.
WRIGHT ELECTRIC Co., Inc.
118 N. Main Street, near Water
IMPLY W1Sh to express my
appreC1at1on of patronage of
the young 1ad1es of E1m1ra
G A PERSON IUS
Stud1o on Baldvvm St
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Here you find the cho1cest
b1ts of Art collected from
Tok1o Pek1n Florence
Copenhagen Made1ra etc
as well as from Amerlcan
Here too we produce that
best of all glfts
158 Ma1n St Elm1ra N Y
STACY S AND BOOTH S
Hot and Cold Soda
H D ATWATER
500 North Ma1n St Elm1ra N Y
Peerless Dry Cleaning Co
Skxlled Cleaners and Pressers
Sults Gowns Gloves etc
203 West Fxfth Street Elmxra N Y
Delxghtfully located on Car Lme 1n
central part of the c1ty
Rest Rooms for Auto Part1es
Excellent Meals Refined Servlce
MRS DAY WILSON
139 N Mam St Elmlra N
Pho e 1545
Furnlture Rugs, W1ndow
and Door Hangmgs
115 117 119 W Water St
WIQS 8: Beards of all DQSIQHS
Fantastlc Parades furnlshed
Costumes furn1shed for
Pr1vate and Publrc
Part1es at short notxce
and at reasonable rates
to rent General Fur
n1sh1ngs for Pr1vate
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Lake St Th1rd Floor Elmxra
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Private Dining Room for Parties
Special Menu r re
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g Elmira College
G, HE mother of colleges for Women, established
by men of vision, who in the pioneer days saw
the dawning of the new era in which Women
have opportunities equal to those which men
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' enjoy, and who inscribed on her purple banner
in letters of shining gold the legend which em-
bodies the aims of the institution, "Scholarship, Char-
acter and Service," their Alma Mater, after sixty-live
years of devotion to her ideals, in this her happiest
period, greets with affection all her daughters, grateful
for their loyalty, rejoicing in their success, and proudly
confident of their co-operation in shaping the splendid
.present into a more glorious future. -
Will find our shop the place to
Coats, Dresses, Waists, and
Furs. All individual styles, at
prices to suit all.
REID AND WINNER
West Water Street
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Compl1ments of the
management of the
W. E.Woodbury Sc Co.
The Grocery Store of Service
Cleanliness and Quality
One of our specialties are the
Blue Seal Brand Canned
Try the Tomatoes and Green Beans
325 East Water Street
and Floor Coverrngs
J P an M SULLIVAN
111 113 115 East Water Street
The Shop Where Prlce and
130 East Water Street
Home of del1c1ous home made
Candy and Ice Cream
Corner Lake and Water Streets
Intercolleg1ate Bureau of
Spec1al Rental Serv1ce
for Academ1c Funct1ons
Cotrell ca, Leon ard
ALBANY NEW YORK
Page One Hundred Thirty-.fix ' '
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A Elmira, Y.
We Build Large Buildings and Residences
First Showing of the Season s
New White Goods Many
Lovely Weaves and Designs
Excluswe to this Store
FLANAGAN S ARE NEVER
Establ h d 1873
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Our Spring Styles in Shoes
are fashioned for grace
'They are the prettiest Shoes
you ever wore
COME AND SEE
Gosper Kelly Co
The College Boot Shop
108 110 Water St Elmira N Y
J. E. Swarthout 8: Co.
Rathbun House Corner
215 East Water Street
Arts and Crafts Store
107 West Church Street
PICTURES FRAMES NOVELTIES
AND DAINTY GIFTS
Artistic Framing at
College Book Store
Books Stationery, Pennants
Engraving and Die Work
MacGreevey Sleght DeGraff
313 East Water St Elmira N Y
Thos J Routledge
Elmira N Y
A W Woodruff
Autos for Weddings, Parties
Etc furmshed on
510 Lake St Elmira N
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315 East Water Street Short notlce
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VV. D. JACOBUS
WARES IN GOLD AND SILVER
120 Mam Street
Cml ZltTGft ELMIRA N Y
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Service 11 A. M. to 8 P. M.
323 East Water Street Elmira, N- Y-
Berger 8: Radm
137 East Water St
The Store of Perfect Serv1ce
The Store of
Hrgh Grade Grfts
Exclusrve Agents for
Cordova Leather GruenVer1th1n
Watches and Wrxst Watches
Matthews Jewelry Store
1 8 West Water Street
the same as a smart frock or
stylxsh coat should be selected
wmth a vrew to personal satrs
factxon and appropr1ateness
the osborne press
two twenty two east market street
Page One Hundred Forty
Bring Your Air Castles Down to
Earth--Anchor Themi to a Foun-
p dation of Thrift '
You have Automobiles and Motor
Boats on your mental list-Palaces
and Gems-but when are you gof
ing to get them and hovv are you
going to buy them?
Many Chemung CanalTrust Com-
pany depositors have at least made
a start in the right direction. They
are bringing their air castles down
to earth and anchoring them to
foundations of thrift.
Direct methods beget direct results.
Study thrift - the art of turning
brains and material into money-
and apply it at the Chemung Canal
Bring 31.00 and become a depositor
Chemung Canal Trust Company'
ELMIRA, NEW YORK
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M D GIBSON M g y
ALWAYS YOUR FIRST CHOICE FOR
FEATURE PHOTO PLAYS
Change of Program Mondays and Thursdays
I Let s Go -It means to the Majestic of course
I The Better Educated the Woman
The Better Her Home is Equipped
l Modern equipment for the home is
electrical equipment, from kitchen
i i I to chamber. p
SOMETHING ELECTRIC FOR EVERY PART OF
I THE HOUSE
l , And it will be found at its best here
Elmira Water, Light and R. R. Co.
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LEAVITT S Art Prmtmg
We are producmg Cata
logs Folders and Booklets
of outstandmg quahty
and mdxvrduahty and are
1n a pos1t1on to handle
eH'lc1ently the drrect by
marl prmtmg needs of a
few more good houses
Let us talk the matter
over w1th YOU
Baldwm Corner Carroll Street Peerless Printing Co
Elmrra N Y P
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