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COPYRIGHT 1939 BY ROBI!RT BAKER. BOlTOR, AND AMaLIA DBMBOWSKI, BUSINESS MANAGER. PRINTED BY BAKER. JONES, HAUSAUER, INC., BUPFALO, N. Y.

Published by the Senior Class o~ State Teachers College at Burfalo

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Ralph Horn, our first Dean, we dedicate this ELMS of 1939. Although his coming is recent, he has already established himself as a friend of faculty and students. Kindly, sympathetic understanding of student problems, and intelligent, willing assistance, charac– teri~e this able coordinator, Dean of the College.

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In this year of fairs, with the accent on progress, we too have placed a stress on contributions and accom~ plishments.• We believe with Lincoln, "If we could first know where we are, and whither we are tending, we could better judge what to do, anJ how to do it." • We offer a summation of what has been done this year at State. May it be enjoyed today and remembered tomorrow as a foundation to be built on every day of our lives.

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GENERAL COLLEGE

"We hold these truths

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an men are created equal;

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"that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights;

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"that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." -T. ].

HARRY W. ROCKWELL, All., A.M., Pd.D. President of the College

CATHERINE E. REED, AB., AM. Dean of Women

RALPH HORN, AB., AM., Ph.D. Dean of the College

RAYMOND M. FRETZ, B.S., AM. Assistant Professor of &ience Acting Dean of Men

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GII.ACE A. A LlI!N, B.S.. A.M. Assistant Director of 'Training Assistant Principal of the School of Practice EDITH ASHBROOK, 8 .S., A.M. Acting Instructor in Health EduCdtion CHARLES H. BRADLEY, B.S. Professor of Art Education Head of Department

HUBIlRT E. COYER, n.p.E., ED.M. Instructor in Health Education Director of AthletICS

HOMER A. BRUCI!, B.S., A.M . Instructor in Education

MARION P. DANA, B.S., A.M. Instructor 1T1 EducatioTl GI!ORCE C. DECKER, B.S., A.M. Instructor in Woodworking

MAll..GAll..ET DUPll..Il, B.S., A.M. instructor in Science REUBEN S. EBERT, H.Eo., A.M. Instructor in MathematiCS JOHN FONTANA, B.S., A.M. Instructor in Mctl1! S/lOp Instructor in General Shop

ROSAMOND OLIEP ABATE,

Assistant Librarian ALEEN BEYER ACKERMAN, A.B. Assistant to Dir~(;tor of Extension

SHERMAN C. CRAYTON A .B., A.M. , PH.D. Professor of Education

MARION A. CLARK, A.B. Pinancial Secn-:tary

Student Aid Director Director of Publicity E. AI.BfUGHT A.B., A.M .. PH.D. Professor of Sociology Head of Department Director of Extension RO/JI!RT

ROBERT O. DEMoND A.B., A.M., PHD. Professor of History Helld of Department

8-L'ANL1::Y A.CZUKLES, B.F.A., M.F.A. Instructor in Art

VELMA R. CLARK, B.S., M .S. Instructor in Home &onomics

Director of Home Management Hou~e

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ESTHER M CGlNNIS B.S., M.S., PH.D.

DAVIU R. HODGIN, A.B., A.M.

EDNA W. HURD, B.M. IT'I5tt'uctor in Music

OSCAR E. HURTZDI!l\G A.B., A.M., PIl.D. Proft:ssor of PS)lchotogy

ANDRI!W W. GRAMU, B.S., A.M. Instructor in English ETl!!!!. M. H. HANSEN, R.N. College N.u.rse FRANCes C. HI!PINSTALL, B.S. Head Librarian

RAYMOND M. fRliTZ, B.S., A.M. Assistant Professor of Science Acti71g Dean of Me~l ANNA M . GI!M:-mL 8.S., A.M., PH.D. As~i~eo.nt Professor of &ience Head of Departmet1t MmA S. GOO5SBN, 1l0.E., A.M.

Instructor in English

Professor of Hom e Economics EDNA MJ!SHKI!, B.S., A.M. Instructor itt Home &onomics Education CHARLI!5 A. MUSNI!R A.B., A.M., PH.D. Professor of Latin Ht:t1d of Department

Head of Department Director of Research CAROLY.N' W. Hl!n{AN. B.S., A.M. Instructor in Art heNe H IRSCH, B.S., A.M. Assistant Professor of Education

RUTH ELLlO'M' HOUSTON A.B., A.M. Professor of Health Education Head of Department

FAY? Kl!eVER, B.S., A.M. InstructOr in Home Economics

ISABB'- H. KlDllNl:V, A.B. Regj~t1"ar

GeORGI! E. H UCKINS instructor in Printing

Assistant PrOfe~sor of English and Dramatics

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CHESTER A. PUGSLEY A.B., A.M., O.ED. Professor of

ALMA R. ROUDll11USH, B.S., A.M. Instructor in Home Economics WINIPRED E. SALOM, B.S., A.M. Instructor in Health Education PAUL W . SLOAN, A.B., A.M., PH.D. Professor of Education R UTH E. SPF.IR Assistant Professor of Music Head of Dep(!rtment

MARGARET S. Q UAYLE A.B., A.M., PH.D. Assistant Professor of Education HAROLD J. ROE8SER, B.S., M.S. Instructor in Science C. ROOT Po.B., Po.M., A.B., A.M. Professor of &Iucation Head of Department Director of Summer SeSSi011 CHARLES

HAROLD F. Pl!T£RWN A.B., A.M., Pu.D. Instructor in History JOSEPH: F. PHILLIPPI, A.B., A.M. Professor.of MathematiCS Head of Department MARTHA S. PRATT, R.S., A.M. Assistant Professor of Home &onomics Education

EDWARD L. MORRICE, B.S. Instructor in Methods dnd PrdCtice 'f edching

RUTH PALMER,. B.S., M.S. Instructor in Home Economic.,

E!ementary Schoo! Administration Principal of the Sch?o! of Practice

FJ!LlX PAYANT, B.S. Instructor in Art

ElLEI!N MUlIIOLLANl), PJ1.B., A.M Assi.ltant Professor of English

GEORGE M . QUACKF.NflUSH B.S., A.M . Assistant Professor of V O((ltiol1al Organization

IRVING C . PERKINS, B.S., A.M. Professor of Vocationar Education Head of Department

MAY C . NY1~, A.B., A.M. Tnstructor in Home Economic5

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J. STEEL, B.S., A.M.

CHARLES A . VAIL, B.S., A.M. Instructor in Science

KATHERYNE THOMAS WIHTTEMORI! A.B., A.M., PHD. Assistant Profwor of Geography HCl1d of Department D. KENNETH WINEBRENNER, B.S, Instructor in Arc

SCHOOL OF PRACTICE

HARRY

Director of 'Training Professor of Education

HPJ(THA S, GANI!Y, AB .. A.M. lmtmctor in English and Latin ELEANOR M, GOVER, B.S. , A.M. fnstT!{ctor in Sixth Grade MARY L. JAl.l1S0N, B,S., A.M. Kindergarten lnstructor lNEz M . KNAPP, n.s., A.M . 111.ltTLIctor in FOurth Grade

Tl-IERI!SA A. ROEHSLER, B.S., A.V1. Instnlctor Itl SecOfld Grade MURIl!L S. SHOEMAKER, B.S., A.M. I Tlstructor in 'Third Grade School of Practice MARGUERITE STQCKRRRGER

H ARRY C. jOllNSON, B.S., A.M. Instructor in Mathematics ilt1d S:::ience MARTHA C. MllTz, B.S., A.M . Instructor in First Grade

GR.ACR VIELE, B.L. Reference Ubrarian

ELiZABET[[ 1. TALCOTT, A.B. Instructor itl Physic.:lI Education

KATE V. WO~I'O[I.D A .ft , A.M.. PH.D. Professor of Ru:ra! Education Head of Department

WALTER 8. WeilER, O.S., ED.M. Instructor in Electricity

GERTRUDE E. ROACH R.N. B.S., A.M., Instructor In Health Eduwtion

JOHN M . THURBER, A.B., PH .D. Professor of English Head of Department

A.B., A.M. Instructor in History and Social Studies

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BIHUlI!NA C. Dowlme S'_C'tlographer CHARLOT M. F!!TTI!RMA:-I, B.S. Aljistan t Matlager of the BooI{store

MARION F. AVI!Rs, R.N. A~sistant College N.urse

KATl!RYN S. G l\AllAM Stel"wgrapher

H AZEl. S. B1.ATT, A.B. Stenographer

AGNES H. L OUCHI!RN Stenographer

MARY R . FONTANA, B.S. Manager of the /3oo~store

H ARRY W . C U RTrN Su.perintendent of Buildings and Grounds

M ARY M. M AY, A.D. Stel1DgTapher

ROSeMA RY FORNP.S Stenogra pher M Alll!L B. GU.UIiKT Cafeteria Director

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J A N E L. DIAoOARIO Stenographer

A MELIA L. O NODY,

A ssistant Registrar

H ELI!N G. ENGLIHllU!CK, A.ll, A.M.

M U.I)RIH.l L. Sn'p, B.S., A.M. Professor of Home &onomics Head of Department CAROLlNE K. GORDNIER, B.S. Alumni ami Placement Secretary

LUELL,' C HAI'M AN Ins!rt!ctor in Penmanship and English

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Instructor in History

MEDICAL ASSISTANT S

R unl M. G ATllS, B.S. LINA GU::LOW, B.S. GI!ORG1NA HA~KII.L, n.s. ELI'lABliTtl D. MAnON, IlS. ELLEN C. MOCKLER, B.S. CHARLOTTE M. MOOR B, B.A. MARY H. ROIlERTS, n.s. FRANCES M. RUDEU . EDNA M. SHAW, B.S. KAT tlKYN M. STANLEY, B.s.

R UTH M. KA RC HP-R, A.n. , A.M. Instructor in Art

W1NI'lllLO L. BUT~ctI n.s ., MD., M.S. Medical Examiner

G RACE BAI.l.ARD, B.S.

H. CLOf:STON, n.S.

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MARY DAII.Kl!R, 8.S.

STl!lLA O'RI!ILLY, B.s. Instructor in Pifth Grade Schoo! of Practice

NIiLLU! S. BUCHY, 13.5., A.M. Assistant Proff:ssor of Home Economics

MARY LOl.'tsI! McMAHON, B.S.,A.M. Imtructor in Music

LP.NA DP.NP.ClCI'., I1.S.

t1. L. LIlVIN, M.D. Psychiatric Consultant

M ARY]. DOE

V IOLA M .. D o HRMAN, B.S, M. JosePHI~ E D URN!!Y, B.S.

M, M BLVINA SVP.C, A.ll, A .M.

MARGARP.T A. GRANT, B.S., M.S.

Instructor in Home &anomies Education

Instructor in Geography &hool of Practice

JOHN V . WAOSWORTH,-B.S., M.D. ("A llege Pllysician

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VIRGlNIA MARVIN, G.C.

BERNARD DEAZI.EY. G.C.

Finance

ALBERT KINGSTON, G.C.

Seminar

ROBERT MINKEL, LA.

Class Gift

ELIZABETH A. BUCKLEY, G.C.

Jewelry

EsTELLE B. ALT, G.C.

Announcements

OFFICERS CLASS OF 1939

BETTY H ORN, G.C.

Loyalty Fund

President Vice-President

eRROR HAGERTY

RICHARD H UGHES, G.C.

Pubhcity

ARTHUR A. MICHLIN

A. bENE MARTIN

Secretary Treasurer

Ineer-Class Sing

JEAN DRAA, G.C.

BEnNARD DEAZLEY

J EAN DAHLQUIST, G,C.

Cap and Gown

SEN IOR COUNCI L

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN

BETTY B~RNHARD, H. E.

Class Day

RUSSELL BARROWMAN, LA.

Moving-Up Day

. MARGERY MASON, G.C., DAVID Low, I.A.

Senior Ball

A. LUCILE CHAPMAN, G.C.

Holly Hanging

HELEN CEPURA, G,C.

Color and Flowers

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FERN ACKROYD

ROBERT BAKER

FREDONIA Home Economics

BUFFALO General College

BETTY BALDWIN

KATHERI NE ALBRECHTSON

SYRACUSE General College

Ki!NMORE General College

ALICE BANGERT

LILLIAN ALBRIGHT

BUFFALO Home Economics

NORTH TONAWANDA Home Economics

JEANETTE BARKER

ESTELLE ALT

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO General College

VICTORIA BARLI

DORIS ANDERSON

BUFFALO Home Economics

JAMESTOWN Home Economics

RUSSELL BARROWMAN

YVONNE A SHLEY

WOODLAWN BEACH Industrial Arts

GRAND ISLAND Home Economics

SAMUEL BARUCH

RAYMOND AST

NEw YORK CITY Industrial Arts

BUFFALO General College

WILLI AM ATKINS

NICHOLAS BATTAGLIA

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

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KATHRYN BAXTER

R UTH BROWN

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO Genera! College

BETTY BERNHARD

LAMAN BRUNER

BUFFALO Home Economics

BUFFALO Genera! College

PATIUCIA BICKEL

E LIZABETH BUCKLEY

BUFFALO A rt Education

BUFFALO Genera! College

MARTINA BOHM

MARGARET BURNS

BUFFALO General College

CORFU Genna! College

CLIFFORD BORTH

B URTON CADRO

BUFFALO I ndustria I Arts

BUFFALO Industria! Arts

ALBERT BROWN

MARY JOAN CALLAHAN

BUFFALO Industria! Arts

BUFFALO General College

DOROTHEA BROWN

N EAL CANEEN

BUFFALO

PORTVILLE Industria! Arts

Genera! College

RAYMOND BROWN

SAMUEL CARR

ROCHESTER Genera! College

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

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MARY CARTER

SAMUEL CONTE

BUFFALO General College

LACKAWANNA General College

MARY AGNES CASEY

JOHN COUGHLIN

BINGHAMTON General College

BUFFALO General College

V INCENT COOLEY

HELEN CEPURA

BUFFALO industrial Arts

BUFFALO General College

LUCILE CHAPMAN

LILLA CORTRIGHT

BATAVIA General College

CORNING Home Economics

RAE MARte CHENEY

MARY CROCUSTON

WOODLAWN BEACH General College

BUFFALO General College

DONALD CLARK

DORIS CUMMINGS

BUFFALO General Col!ege

NIAGARA FALLS General College

PHYLLIS CONRAD

ROBERT CUNNINGHAM

NORTH TONAWANDA Home Economics

CORFU Industrial Arts

GERTRUDE CONSIDINE

JEAN DAHLQUIST

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO General College

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JENNIE D'ALBA

MATTHEW DUGGAN

OAKFLELD

BUFFALO General College

General College

BERNARD DEAZLEY

AGNES DZURENDA

WILLIAMSVILLE General College

HORNELL General College

AMELIA DEMBOWSKI

ROSE MARY EAGIN

ROCHESTER General College

BUFFALO General College

MARY DOIlONY

KENNETH EDMUNDS

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

WANDA DOMBROWSKI

OvmUNE EHMAN

GOWANDA Home Economics

WEST VALLEY General College

MARY ELLEN DONALDSON

ANTHONY EKES

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO General College

EVELYN ENGELHARDT

THELMA DORNFELD

BUFFALO General College

NORTH TONAWANDA General College

J EAN DRAA

DOROTHY EPAVETS

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO General College

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DORIS ERWIN

ANNA GACH

GENESEO General College

BUFfALO General Coll~ge

MARGARET FELSlNGER

ROSEMARY GAFFNEY

ANGOLA General College

ATTICA Home Economics

ROSE FINGOLD

LOIS GLEASON

BUFFALO Art Education

HAMMONDSPORT Home Economics

B EVERLEY F ISHER

BERNICE MARJORIE GOODMAN

BUFFALO Home Economics

RANSOMVILLE General College

MARION FISHER

LOUISE HAGEN

SODUS Home Economics

NIAGARA PALLS General College

GLADYS FOSBERG

CREDE HAGERTY

JAMESTOWN Home Economics

PALMYRA General College

MADELINE FRITTON

E. JANE HANNY

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO General College

ERMO FURLANI

PHYLLIS HARLEY

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

DUFFALO Home Economics

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RUTH HARRIS

ELIZABETH HUEY

MAPLETON Home Economics

BUFFALO General College

ROBERT HARRISHBURG

RICHARD HUGHES

BUFFALO Industria! Arts

BUFFALO Genera! College

EDITH HENRY

LOIS HUMPHREY

WILLIAMSVILLE Home Economics

KENMORE Home Economics

EDNA HERMAN

MARjORIE JAN IS

BUFFALO General College

NIAGARA PALLS General College

FLORENCE HILL

MABEL JEPSON

KENMORE Home Economics

BUFFALO General College

EMMA H ILLER

RITA JERGE

N IAGARA FALLS Home Economics

EAST AURORA General College

ELIZABETH JOHNSTON

BETTY HORN

SCOTIA General College

BUFFALO General College

JOSEPH HOURIHAN

JULIA JONES

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO General College

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RUTH KIMPLAND

MARGARET KAKOOK

WALLINGTON Home Economics

LACKAWANNA Genera! CoUege

ALBERT KINGSTON

ANNE KARIN

KENMORE Genera! CoHege

BUFFALO Genera! College

DOROTHY KEIL

RUTH KINSLEY

BUFFALO Genera! CoUege

BUFFALO Home Economics

MARY ELIZABETH KIESEL

MARIE KIRCHMEYER

BUFFALO Genera! CoHege

BUFFALO Genera! CoUege

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LORRAINE M. KOCH

BUFFALO

BUFFALO Art Education

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EDWARD KELLY

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BUFFALO Genera! CoUege

BATAVIA Home Economics

MILDRED KREGER

MARY KERWIN

EGGERTSVILLE Home Economics

BUFFALO Genera! CoUege

HELEN KREIS

RITA KICK

BUFFALO Genera! CoHege

BUFFALO Genera! CoUege

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HENRY KREIS

JAMESTOWN Home Economics

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

GUNNAR O. LINDSTROM CHEEKTOWAGA General College

ELLEN KUNTZ

NIAGARA FALLS General College

JAMES LINDSTROM

ELIZABETH LANDFIELD

CHEEKTOWAGA Industrial Arts

NEWARK General College

HELEN P. LANPHEAR

HAZEL N. LIPPKE

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO General College

IRVIN LORICH

WALTER H. LARE

WILLIAMSVILLE Industrial Arts

HAMBURG General College

DAVID S. Low

MARION E. LEARY

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

JEAN M. LUDWIG

GLADYS M. LEE

TONAWANDA General College

NORTH TONAWANDA General College

LEO LOUIS LEVIN KIND

MILDRED Lussow

BROOKLYN Industrial Arts

PITTSFORD Home Economics

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ADA M ILLER

J. MARTIN

BATAVIA Genera! College

MASON

LANCASTER Industria I Arts

JOHN P. McBRIDE

BUFFALO Art Education

SEBASTIAN MARTORANA

FARNHAM General College

AURIE F. MCCABE

V,RGINIA R. MARVIN

BEAVER FALLS ["dustrial Arts

BUFFALO Genera! College

AUDREY McDONALD

MARGERY M. MASON

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO General College

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LUCILLE C. MATTERN

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BUFFALO General College

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MARGARET E. MAYER

BUFFALO General College

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ANNE MARINUCCI

ALFRED MEGER

NIAGARA FALLS General College

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

IRENE A. MARTIN

BETTY RUTH MERR ILL

BUFFALO General College

NORTH TONAWANDA Home Economics

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NORMA NEWMAN

ALICE R. MESSING

BUFFALO Home Economics

HORSEHEADS Art Education

MARGARET E. NOONAN

ARTHUR A. MICHLlN

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BUFFALO General College

ROCHESTER General College

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MARGARET M. O'DONNELL

ROBERT

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

JANE P. O'LEARY

DAVID MISSERT

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO General College

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DOROTHY V. MOORE

ANNA M. O'RIELLY

LOCKPORT General College

BUFFALO General College

EDWARD ONODY

MARY ISABELLE MUMMERT

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

HAMMONDSPORT Home Economics

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ADELE G. MYERS

ANNETTE L. PAUSEWANG

KENMORE General College

SAYVILLE, L. T. General College

J PECK

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MIRIAM MYERS

MARJORIE

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DUFFALO General College

BERGEN General College

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CLARA A. PENNER

MARGARET PRICE

UTICA Home Economics

BUPPALO General College

FRANCES PERINE

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DANSVILLE

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

General College

ETTA C. PETERS

BUEHL M. RAY

LYNDONVILLE Gmeml College

BUFPALO General College

MARY ELIZABETH PHELPS

BETTY A. RECH

BUPPALO General College

TONAWANDA General College

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ROBERT PHILLIPS

WALLACE REDMAN

BUFFALO General College

CLARKSON General College

JOHN PIATAK JR .

MARION F. RICH

KENMORE General College

BUFFALO Home Economics

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FRANKLIN S. PIERCE

KATHERINE C. RORES

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

BUPPALO General College

PH ILIP POHLMAN

BETSY Ross

BUFPALO Industrial Arts

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HAROLD Rupp

DONALD SCHOLZ

BUFFALO General College

GARDENVILLE General College

GRACE H. SCHREINER

ALTHEA RUSSELL

BUFFALO

BUFFALO General College

Home Economics

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JEAN ScRIMSHAW

NORA MARIE RYAN

KENMORE General College

BUFFALO General College

IRENE MARY ScOTT

URHO SAARI

BUFFALO General College

BUFFALO Home Economics

FRANCES L. SELLERS

ALFRED SADROGA

BUFFALO r ndustria! Arts

KENMORE Art Education

STEPHEN SAFRON

HOWARD G. SENGBUSCH

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

BUFFALO General College

GEORGE SCHIEDER

LILLIAN SEIBERT

HORNELL Genera! College

BUFFALO

General College

MARTHA SCHNEIDER

MARION SHORT

AUBURN General College

BUFFALO General College

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TELLES J. RousELLE

RENE SMITli

SPENCERPORT General College

BUFFALO Industrial Arts

RITA SMITH

FRANCIS SIEMANKOWSKI

SPENCERPORT Genera! College

SLOAN General College

Roy C. SIMON

VERLA SMITH

BUFFALO General College

DUFFALO General College

HELEN M. SINCLAIR

FLOSSY SNOW

NIAGARA FALLS General College

BUFFALO General College

GERTRUDE L. SINGER

MARIAN SOLOMON

DUPFALO Genera! College

BRONX General College

FRANCES SKIDMORE

PAUL SPA DINGER

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NORWICH Home Economics

KENMORE General College

RUTH SPOHR

ARTHUR E. SMITH

WILLIAMSVILLE Genera! College

KENMORE Art Education

EDITH K. SMITH

JOHN P. STACK

DEANSBORO Art Education

GRAND ISLAND Industrial Arts

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UTICA

LOCKPORT

General College

General College

JULIA THOMPSON

HARRY F. STRICKLAND

NIAGARA FALLS

General College

LOCKPORT

Industrial Arts

LYDIA TOSETTO

NIAGARA FALLS

EDWARD SZYMANSKI

General College

LACKAWANNA

MADELINE TRAVERS

General College

BUFFALO

General College

MARION STOCKWELL

KENMORE Art Education

MARGARET URBAN

BUFFALO Home Economics

JOSEPHINE C. SYRACUSE

ROMA L. VALANCE

BUFFALO

l3UFfALO

Home Economics

General College

JEAN THOM

BUFFALO

ANNA V AN DYKE

General College

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JESSIE VOLTZ

MARION G. THOMAS

BUFFALO

BUFFALO

General College

Home Economics

SYLVESTER THOMAS

RUTH VROMAN

BUFFALO

WATKINS GLEN

Industrial Arts

Home Economics

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REGULAR SESSION

KATHRYN BAXTER, Generat College, Buffalo EsTHER BROWN, Art Education, Buffalo J OSEPH DICESARO, Industrial Arts, Buffalo LOUISE GUARIGLIA, General College, Buffalo EDITH HENRY, Home Eco1wmics, Williamsville MARION MAGARGEL, General College, Buffalo EDWARD SIKORSKI, Industrial Arts, Buffalo J OHN WALSH, Indust:rial Arts, Buffalo DORIS WARNER, General College, Niagara Falls

EXTENSION GRADUATES

Frances Delisle

Sophie Adamski J William Anderson

John Humphrey

L. G. Eisenhauer

Mabel Louise Haskni

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Margaret Ens111inger

Meade G. Anderson

Fanny Jacohson

Marie L. Pew

Amy Ruth Ballagh

Mildred Kleinfelder

Frances Bamber

Esther M . Foit

Mildred Law

SHIRLEY PLETZKER

Ri ta l. Fridman

Carmeta Barshied

Philip LoGuidici

Sylvia Bookbinder

Marion Geiger

Mary Agnes McCarthy

1918 · 1939

Dora Benthin

Harold Gloss

Mary Helen Mansler

Benjamin Bird

Doris Harkness

Sarah Marshall

Though she will not venture forth with us on

Eleanor Bookey

Grace Harry

Verna Marshall

Helen I30rngraber

Stewart Harvey

the career .she prepared for so earnestly. she will

Margaret Moran

Rachel Hassman

Annette M. Brown

Mildred M. Nagle

be there beside us in spirit, willing to lend the

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Marcian Brown

Hortense L. Odell

Cecilia Henry

same helping hand she gave so readily in life.

Lillian Choate

Irma Hock

Albert F. Ortell

Helene Holmes

Heloise Cohen

LeGrand H. Owen

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Margaret T. Swift

Mary Teresa Saia

Catherine Pagett

Florence L. Tucker

Daniel Paclucci

Hanna ]. Scully

Doris Peard

Pauline C. Setter

Jessie Vol"

Gordon Phillips

Inez K. Senger

Alice T. Wegner

Leo Powell

Veronica H. Whelan

Mary Shalloe

Helen J. Purcell

Henriette Zemp

M. Ruth Shattuck

Mary Stahl

Kenneth ]. Ruttenbur

AUGUST, 1938

Sherwood Allen

M ary Kipp

Vera Schrader

JU~

Katherine Kenyon

Stanley Anderson

Carol H. Scott

Anna Sn1erka

Elm Anderson

Dorothy Klein

Lulu Lawrence

Lawrence SJl'\ith

Birdena Campany

Hester Stevens

Margaret -Lawn

Chester Casey

Norman Lyon

Frances Ciszek

Agnes Stott

Maysie Latham

Eleanor era w

Mildred Swift

Mary Crosby

Thompson McCaw

Eli

Harold Vahue

Jane Dinsmore

Eileen McManus

Richard Maneska

Eva Vaughn

Dolores Desmon

George Dobson

Richard Manske

Wilda Varn

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Evelyn Edmunds

Helen Markham

Alma Voss

Ralph Fraser

Doris Milligan

Dolores Von Pless

Herman Frederick

Sherwood Quick

James Weeks

Josephine Roberts

Elizabeth Wemple

Eugene Freeman

Vesta Robinson

Beatrice Johnson

Mary Wilson

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Lucy Johnson

Frances Rosen

Edgar Woodard

Marion Johnson

Prances Rowe

Milton Yonkrers

Bessie Katz.

lllanche Rupert

Margaret Young

G. Arthur Schaefer

Stephania Zajaczek

Mary Kerushan

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ROBERT G. BOLLARD

Presldent

V ice~President Secretary Treasurer

JOHN HAMMEL

JEAN CLARK

THOMAS ASBURY

CLASS OF 1940

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We, the class of '40, take priue in our three-year record of service to the College. We have had our share of parties, Stunt Nite honors, and participation and leadership in all branches of extracurricular activities. However, these evidences of a strong class spirit fade quickly into the shadow of the past as momentary victories compared with our more lasting con~ tributions. We have left behinu us an indelible record of new customs to be transmitted as tradi~ tions to our successors. As Freshmen, we firmly established our place in the annals of the history of the College by our participation in Collegiate activities. In our Sophomore year, the class of '40 originated two movements which have been successfully carried on since their inauguration. The Soph-Frosh Hop fills the unique position of being the only informal hop of the College year, and the Sophomore toy drive has become an annual affair. One of our first responsibilities as Juniors was the organization of a Junior counselor program. We have extended this plan to operate as a dynamic guiding agent throughout the entire year. In the field of athletics we feel that we have materially aided the teams in their victories. In the social realm, the Junior Prom has made College history. As we enter the last lap of our College career, our fondest hope is to continue our record of achievement and leave behind us a heritage of real worth to the class of '41.

15. Olive Bcrf)', H.E. 16. E. Virginia Blake, G.C. 17. Helen 1'. Bodkin, G.C. 18. John J3ranicki. G.C. 19. Ruth Breck, G.C. 20. Elaine Breitweiser, H.E. 21. Etheillricc, H.E. Con~"",ed ()'n ntx( {Jag..:

I. Alice Acqu~rd, H.E. 2. Jane Adama, C.C. 3.1sabelle Ahern. H.E. 4. Francis Alexander, I.A. 5. lXlrb,lfa Allan, C.C. 6. Ferne Ale, A.E. 7. Helen A. Bailey, H.E.

8. EllswDrth Baldwin, LA. 9. Betty Barber, G.C. LO. Je'5<1mine Barrell, A.E. 11 . Esther Becker, H.E. 12. ViDlet Bell, H.E. 13. Helen Benning, H.E. 14. Be~tricc Berm~n, H.E.

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22. M argaret L. Brier\cy, G.e. Z3 . Marie Burl:;l.l:!~eT, G.C. 2+. V~ma J. Burke, G.C. 25. ]al\lC8 Burke, e.c 26. Kath~rine B\I[lin~ame, H.E. 27. lsadDre Bush, G.c. 28. Evclfll Cage, H.E. 29. 'e leanor C.,rbnd, H.I::. :;0. Catherine Ch3!mNS, H.E. ll. Luri~!j.1 Chil,.he~5. G.C. ll. Martha Ciesidska, e.e. n. Annene Cinn, G.C. )·1. k"n Clark, H.E. U. J~nllC Clements, A.E. lG. Maticm Cluff, e.c. )7. P;.tricia Corcoran, H.I::. lR. L. John l.m, I.A. 19. Helen C randall, H.E. 40. Armando DeMarchi, I.A . 41. Mar}' E. 1),B1;lsi. A .E. 42. Cde&line DiMarco. G.C. O . Virgini" Diumcr, H.E. 44. Anthony A. Durlak, C .C. 45. J;'ni~c Eddy. H.E. 46. MarguETIte Ellis, H.E 47. Carol Eschdman, H.E. 48. June fehr, G.C. 49. J()hn Finn, G.C. 5U. Edward f iICSTOll\':, i..-'l.. 51. Lucille t'i~her. H,E. ~!2. fII.1l1chc Fix, G.C. s:;.. k"nll~ rloxk~ns(dll , e.c. H. t:rnest t'lemming, A.E. 5~. Richard Fry, G.C. 56. Florence Fullr, G.C. 57. Betty G,wa, H.E. 58 Dorothy Gerber, e ,c. 59. Richud Gibbons. G.C. 60. Priscilb Glhson, H.E. 61. Jane Gilliar, G.C. 62. Helen Gir~rd, G.C. 6l. Rose Gr~nato, G.C. 54. Z.db Gr;lI"Ja., G.C. 55. Loon~rd.l Grcbinski, G.C.

69. John Hilmmd, G.C. 70, M arg:lt'ct Hart.II.I!. 71. Neyda Hayman, A .E. 72. Catherine Heimhucger, G.C. 73. Irma Hen. G.C. 74. Helen Hickey, H.c. 7J. Dorothy Hill, G.C. 76. E. Thomas Hoolihan, C.C. 77. B.lrbap J. Haskins, H.E. 78. Jeannc Hot:.I"l!;:, G.C. 79. Rob::rt John., G.C. SO. l>orothy Johnston, G.C. 81. Mar~ret K~bcl, G.C. 82. Wilh:un K:I,kM, LA. Rl . Mar}' KC~lm8, G.C. 84. Mane K.:-nnelly, C.C. 85. A . S;lIldrurd Kenron, G.e. !%. Wilhnm K.k .... ync, I.A . m. Jos.:-ph Kul:ic, C.C. 88. Ver;\ Kinsley, IJ.C. 89. Chilrlotte Kn:,c;k, G.C. 90. Kathcnot" KlUffin, H .~. 91. Irene KOVJlcik, (;.C. 92. JOh'l S. KWia tkowski, C.C. 9~. Anthon}' LaBue, C.C. 94. Jean bird, H.E. 100. Iktt)' L'!derc~, G.C 101. DolorC8 Lming, H.E. 102. Edith Levin, G.C. 103. Milrlrtd Lcw.lndow~kt, C.C. HM A~al'il'a Llel'111O. G.C. 105. !'~~rl Lil1denballm, a,c. 105. Phylh5 G. t ille, H.E 11)7. M~,t".Ione LoL.aul(h, G.C. 108. Evelyn Lockwood, a.c. 109. $.1nllld LoM~rlhn, G.C. 112. Dotuthy Lyoo, O.C. 113. Ella MaGuire, H.c. 11-1. Betty McBnde, (;.C I U . M~rg:lr.::t Md~lItlrc, I1.E. 110. Irem' Low, H.E. 111. ~I Luoow, I.A. 9:'1. Hi1d~ L1mm, C.C. %. M arie L;lInpK,I, C.C. 97 KHhleo.:n bPI'in, H.E. 98. F.1C<\nor 1~11n lee, C,C. 99. Donald Lawks.s, C.C

116 f rances Mcbughlin, G .C. 117. nett)' M alluc, H.E liS. Ek;tlll)T Manning, G.C. 119. M ary Martin, G.C. 120. Pauina 'Militello, C.C. 12!. M

11';3. Laura SchoJl, G.C. 1M. Ruhy Schultt , H.E. 165. Adine Schwanekam[l, A.E, 166. Jo,cph :SChwartz, I.A. 167. Dorothy &:n(, G.G. 168. Allen Sexton, C.C. 16<;1. M,lrgaret Smalle}', H .E. 170. C'.athcrinc A. Smith, A.E. 171. 1eannette Smith, A.I!. 172. Edith Snede<:or, H.c. 173. Anne SlIct$k(, G.C. 17~ . Alan Sp.~ar, .A. 175. Ger,\ Stcinsholt, G.C. 176. Mary Stra'ghr, H.E 171. David Strebe, e.c. 178. M uriel R. Sullivan, H.E. 179. H~tel S..... cct:lPJllc, H.E. 1!1O. Wilm:l T;l11llef, H.E. 181. Earl TdscOOw ,G.G. 182. Dorothy C. Thomas, G.C. 183. fr~m;e, Thom,,~ on, H.E. 184. Je~n Tillo..., H.E. 185 Ruth Tothill, ,A. E. 186. Norm,tll Truelldale, A .E. 187. M.utha Tull)" (j.C. 188. Eli;:.,l:QrKia VilKent, C.C. 192. M'lri~ M. Viox, A.t:.:. 193. Ruth M . V(l(lcl, G.r.. 1Q4. Clilford Walker, LA. 195. (jeorgc Welch, LA. 1%. John P. Wckh, 1.A. \97. Jane Widri\oi, H.E. 198. HClward L. Wightm:tll, LA. 199. Evamac Wi!llttc, G.C. 200. Helene \Vil.an, C.C. 201. Gcrtrt1<\r. Wingcnbach, G.C. 202. Vil'l!;l!1ia Witte, A.E. 203. Amelia WoePI:

66. Mary Gnffin, G.C. 67. ROI(er Groth, G.C. AA. June HaltCll1. (j.C

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President Vice-President

CHART.ES TURCOTT

D ONAtO D ONLEY

Treasurer Secretary

CHARLES MCCARTHY

HELEN W OODHOUSE

CLASS OF 1941

At the end of a successful year, we, the class of '41, feel that in two short years State has felt our presence. As Freshmen we played an ac tive part in the affairs that fill the average Freshman life: Freshman Camp, Sophomore Hazing, and the undeniable thrills of conquest in the social, literary, and athletic fields. When we took second and third prizes at Stunt Nite of '38, we broke all records. Moving-Up Day witnessed our transformation and we advanced to the ran ks of the "wise Sophs." With pleasure, as Sophon\ores, we assumed our first duty and duly initiated our suc– cessors. Interclass Sing found us well represented . Repeating our performa nce of last year, we captured two of the Stunt Nite prizes. In athletics, the class of '41 has well established its fame on the soccer, cross country, and boxing teams. In the realm of social service we are proud of our successful Christmas toy drive. Socially we have filled the calendar with section parties and class affairs. The Soph-Frosh Hop, sponsored by our class, has proved to be one of the most outstanding dances of the year. On Moving-Up Day of 1939, when we assumed robes of third year men, we felt that our past successes were only an indication of our future achievements. We are deeply grateful to our Alma Mater for the experience of having been Sophomores at State, and look for' ward to the pleasure of our Junior year.

8. Charles E. 13:111. l.A. \}. A. M aric· Barkcr, C.C. to. Joy iXlrker. G.C. I I. RAmona Barnes, G.C. 12. Elsie Barr. C .C. ll. Harold Beal. G.C. H. Ruby Bo:ker. C.C.

I. Thelm~ H.. Abel. G.C. 2. Charles Ambcllan, LA. ~. Edi~ Aml"[lKln, H.E. 4. Wesley Austin, I.A. $. Roeetnary Avery, C.C. 6. Helen Bala, G.C. 7. Eva Baldwin, H.E.

15. M"rjork IkU, C.C. 16. lktte Bellreng. (i.C. 17. M inam DClllhcr. H.E. 18. rr,mcu Boland, C.C. 19. Lester M. Boncbcrg. I.A. 20. f lnnor Kay Or-mI. H.E. 21. Joya: Brinke1. C.C.

22. Alberta A. Brown, H.E. 23. Betty Luu Brown. H.E. 24. Joyce Brall.·n. G.C. 25. Lillian BuJdenha{!en, C.C. Ui. Mary E. BUe(:hner. G.C.

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74. Robert J. Uri/lin, G.e. 75. ine7, Groos, G.C 76. M,\rjorie Haifa, H.E. 77. Alberta Hamistcr, G.C. 78. Geraldine J. H~rmon , H.E. 79. Stephen.W. Harri~on, LA. RO. Donald Hutman, I.A S1. Donald Havens, LA 82. Ethel Hellems, H.E. R~. Gertnlde Hellner, G.C. 84. Warrell r. H~lwil(, l.A. 85. Evelyn Hess, G.C. 86. Grace Himmelc, G.C. 87. ja",~~ J. Hoh~I15ee, I.A. SS. Patricia Holdredg~ , H.E. 89. Mu riel W. Holmes, G.C. 90. M;try Hu~~e}', H.E. 91. Joseph Incardoll~, G.C 92. Evelyn Ingham, A.E. 93. Robert I~enber~, G.e. 94. Marjorie M. lsmert, e.c. 95. Winifred jellller, G.C. 96. Helen Johnson, H.E. 97. Eliz~hcth Jones, G.C. 93. Clayton C. Kaminska, LA. 99. Gretchen Kautz, G.C. 100. Katherine Kelly, G.C. tOl. Phyllis Kenyon. H.E. t02. Muriel Kieitcr, G.C. 103. H~rriett Kingsley , A.E. 104. George Kiich, l.A. 105. Ruth Klipfel, G.C. 106. Helen Kow2.lski, G.C. i07. NC'r",a Krause, G.C. lOR. Ruth Kriem~ll, G.C. 109. John Krylo, LA. IJ(\. George Kuhn, I.A. III. Virgini~ Ann Larson, G.C. 112 M~rz",{] a L,th,lIll, A .E. 113. Robert J. Leahy, I.A. 114. John M. Leslie, I.A. 11.'i Muriel Lever, H.!:!. 116. Sylvi~ Levin, G.G. 117. Thclm~' limbutg, H.E. 118. je"n btt!efair, G.C. 119. Velma Lockn~r, H.E. 120. Charles LllIl!ley, A .E.

'1.7. Emily May Butler, G.C. 28. Norma A. Butler, G.C. 2Y. Charles B. C~lllplxll, G.C 30. David A. Cappiello.I.A. ~I. Arthur C. G1rr, G.C. 32. Veral E. Ca~hlllore, G.C. 33. Alice Chmura, G.C. 34. l..orraine Cleary, G.C. 35. Ch;trle~ H. Clemons, LA. 36. Vi~ginia Cc.ho, H.E. 37. Elaine Cole, H.E. , 38. jOilll M. Collins, G.C. 39. Edith A . Coomhs, H.E. 40. RichHd J. Coughlin, G.C. 41. Bnyl E. Crail,!:, G.C. 42. Betty Crawford , A.E. 43. Phyllis Creed, e.c. 44. Catherine E. CnlCuston, G.C. 45. H~rr~' J. Curtin, I.A. 46. K~~lllit~ C<.erniejewski, G.C. 47. Paul D,mcher, LA. 48. Jessamine Davis, G.C. 49. Ruth DeJrick, H.E. 50. Bertha Dembowski, G .C. 51. Jeanne Demler, A.E. 52. Anthony Dd:':':ipio, LA. 53 . Donald Donley, G.e. '\4. f...9ther Dud~'ak, H.E. 55. M eriG.:th Dunckel, A .E. 56. Marjorie Duthie, H.E. 57. Mary Dwyn, H.E. 58. lkatrice A. Eblin~, AE 59. Frances Epstein, G.C. 60. Margaret Eschller, A.E. 61. William Exton, A.E. 02. Jane Foley, G.C. 63. Ruth E. Pooter, A.E. 64. Elizabeth Fraleigh, A .E. 65. Melrose Franklin, H.E. 66. Bemio::e Franks, H.E. 67. Bernard C. Glaser, LA. 158. William K. Gbsgow Jr., LA.

121. Mllriel Audrey LynJs, G.C. J 2.2. &atrice M ace, G.C. 1'1.3. Hden Mandry, A.E. 124. Edith C. MJrtin, C.C. 125. .Ehabeth Maul, H.E. 126. .Jean M ayer, H.E. 127. Tyril McCoy, e.c. 128. Marg;tp.:t E. McCullor, G.C. 129. J. Howard McCullough, I.A. 13'). Margaret M~Donoul(h, G .C. 13!. Zehl\~ McDowell, G.e . 132. ./II.~ry McNall , G.C. 133. Dmid P. M~N~rlley, G.C. IH. Ik~sic Mencn, c.e. n.i. Dorothy M icherdzinski, e.c. 136 T~dma M ilkr, G.C. D7. Beatrice Minkel, G.G. nR. Sbrley Moore, G.C. BY. Hildr~J Muller, G.C. HZ. Mar.:;trct O'Brien, G.C. H~. Eileen O'Connor, G.C. 144. Marguerite Reinhard, H.E. 145. Moni~ Raiken, G.C. 146. Angela I'rov<,nVtno, G.C. 140. Hury Nel50n , l.A. 141 Ollve Nichols, G.C. 147. G,enda Powell, H.E. 148. R ... b.:rt Potter, LA. 149. Jeanne Piper, G.C. 150. Detty Pellellrino, A.E. 151. RoJbert l'eck, G.C. 152. Gene Pawlowski, G.C. 153. Allau OWe'l, LA. 154. Mary Jane (klkcrs, (J.e. 155. J)-,rothee Reynolds, G.C. 156. }ku'g"r~t Richardwn, G.C. 157 .laseph Romano, G.C. 158. James D. Ron\bough, LA. 159. !v.ar}orie Jane Rosa, A.I::. 160. Ross Rowley, G.C. 161 . EhineH. Saab, e.c. 162. !v.ary I::lizabeth Sage, H.E. 163. HAa Sajeckc, G.C. 1M. Amelia Sa lv~ggio, G.C. 16.). Vi(;to[ t'. Sant:a\)o; th S::hlot' er, H.E.

lG8. Iktt~, Scl"eill~r, H.E. lIi9. Mary K. Scott, G.e . 170. Glendon H. Seaman, I.A. 171. Betty Anne Seibert, G.C. 172. Eli.aheth L. Seiler, H.E. 17~ . Virginia Shanahan, G.C. 17,1. Helen Sherwood, A.E. 17.). Irene S. Sierosbwski, G.C. 176. AMon Simon, G.C. 177. WilIi,ull G. SiOll, LA. 17ll. Louise Slocum, ('.C. 179. Detty Jane Smith, G.C. 180. Thomas L. Smith, I.A. IRI. Seymour Sommers, LA. 182. MariJn Sonthcim, G.C. un . Irene SpiewakQw~b, A.E. 1!l4. Robert J. Spring, I.A. 185. T helma Stace~' , G.C. 186. Betty Stellman, G.C. IR7. Alice Stielow, G.c. 1.88. May Snipp, e.c. 189. V~rnon Strub, l.A. 190. Katherine Sllilivan, (J.C. 191. Mary Jane Sullil'Jn, G.C. 192. Anl,!:do Suoz:i, J .A. 19~. Jilmes Sweet, G.r:. 194. Helen Tarayos, A.E. 195. Mary TaylQr. G.C. 196. M~rgaret Tefft, G.C. 197. Gernude T)eerdsma, G.C. I(,1R. Ruth Travis, G.C. 199. Gcncvleve Tr<'khlcr, (j.C. 200. Ch,HieS F. TOJrwlt, r.A. 201. William L. Vandal, l.A. 202. Jean C. Vedder, G.G. 20:;. NdtoOll R. Voght, e.c. 204. Gertrude Waite, A.E. W5 Dolores Webber, G.C, 206. C lnrb P. Wdg"nd, LA. W7. Frances W~i5sman, A.E. 208. &tty Jean Williams, G,C. 209. Myron 1::. \Villi,\ms, e.c. 210. Norm~ Williams, G.C. 211. Ikuy Willi~. G.C. 212. Helen \Voodho~Iilt:, H.E. 2\3. J()hn J. Wlliek, LA. 214. Edw~rd ] Ziegkr, LA.

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GRANT C. WETTLAUFER

President

MARY A . LUTZ

Vice~President

EUDENE E. ScHENCK

Secretary

C HARLJ::S R. HYDB

Treasurer

CLASS OF 1942 The participation of one hundred and fifty Freshmen in the annual Freshman Camp was an indication of the future activity of the class of '42 in College affairs. Well initiated at the Camp. we returned to find our fr iendly enemies, the Sophs. pre~ pared to further Qur initiation by va rious methods. " Freshman Daze" passed, leaving us anticipating our successors. T he Faculty..Freshman Reception, although it took due toll of our names, better ac' quainted us with the administration. In O;:.tober. Interclass Sing found us able choristers. Although we did not win recognition in the Sing, we lay claims to vocal accomplishtnents through the participation of Qur members in the Women's Junior Glee Club. We have proved our versatility in the so:ial field by numerous section and class partiee. The Christmas Play found this class represen ted. Sports have attracted the athletic-minded to soccer, track, basketball, and swinuning. In fact, in all extra~curricular activities the Freshmen have become prominent workers. Moving~Up Day came all too soon, and we, in our elevation from the status of "Lowly Frosh" to that of "Sophisticated Sophs" look back in retrospect and are deeply grateful to our A lma Mater, to our Faculty advisers. and to our Junior counselors for having estab– lished us so well in the ranks of prospective teachers. 74

I. 5hirlcy E. AJam«, G.C. 2. ItlLla. Arendt, C.C. ~ . Helen Austin. H.E. of. Notburga &".:hmann, H.E. 5. P.~ul l\. fucoo., LA. 6. Oonalrl fbochcr, G.C. 7. Ida Bagnara, G.C. S. Clifton B.linard. A.E. 75

9. &r~h B.lnooz::o, G.C. 10. Agnes L. B;"I(J. G.C. ii. SiJr..h Barne$, G.C. 12. Muion B.,rtow. A .E. U . mit.lo.:th B.u um. H.E. 14. Irene liltt , G.e . 15. Doris Regen, A .E. i6. Onnalee lXI, A.E!.

H . Peall Breitmaicr, 1I .r::. :!6. Ralph BriJ;:hton, I.A. 27. VerJ Brody. H.E. 2&. l-olml Brown, (-f .r::. 29. le.....d l Brown. A.E. 30. Nina Brown. G .C . :>'1. Dorothy Dun..:e, A .E. 32. Wil:iam Ctll~ll. G.C. Conlinued CI1 l1ex, page

17. Ro"akl Bell, G.C. 18. Oli~'e Bell~my. G.C. 19. Eugenia i3em;al, G.C . W. Geftrudc Herlin, G.C. 21. Ruth BlAcker.G.C. 22. Henry Ilo::hner, I.A. 2~. Helen Bolton. G.C. 24. [s.,hclle Brammer. G.C.

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137. k .JllIK M~llncar, H.E. 138. 5.1\\Y Manninjl;, G.C. 139. Robert MHks, G .C. 140. Patrici;, Ma~"Ower, G .C. 141. Pa\lline Martin, H.t. 112. Amcii.. Mnsbny, G.G. 143. John Matlison, C.C. ]H. J~an Maxwell, H.I;;. 145. NormJ Mayer, G.C. loffi. Edna McChesney, G.C. ]47. J~anne McMahoo, G.C. ]4K M ary M(.Parlin, G.C. \49. Rich.nd M erg1er,l.A. ]50. Richard Me\ooo, G.C. HI. V irgllll.a M ick arski, G.C. li 2. M .. ry Carol;"", Miller, C.C. l B . Ruth MilIer,G.C. 154. Anne Mooney, G.C. L'i.~. Nonn:l Munger, C.C. 1S6. Roland Murphy, G.C . 15']. Edward Nc1wn,I.A. ]JR. Mildro:d Neville, C .C. 1S9. Lucile Nice, H.E. ]60. Dorothy E. Nichnls, G.l.. 1";1. Jane North, C.C. ]62. M arv Nowak, G C. 163. Earl OocrmeyN, A .E. 164. CI'lire O'Brian, H.E. 16~. Rllth E. Dehs, A.E. 1M. Ruth O'H.. re, H.E. 167. Eleanor ~trander, G.C. ]63. Patrick O'Sullivan, G.C. 169. Mary O'Toole, H.E. 170. Ruth Owen, A.E. 171. Jeanne Padginton, G.C. 172. George Pagan, LA. 173. Virgini;, P;.go:, C.C. 174. Len) Panichi, G.C. 175. JeJII Parke., A.R. 1711. MarjQrie Pdrce, H.E. ]77. Margaret Pellow, H.E. ]7S. William Perry, G.C. 17C!. Kenneth Phillip" LA. 180. M~rjorie M. Phillips, G.C.

~$. Anne HaiCgerty, G.C 86. Mnr~aret Hammund, H.E. 87. Jane Hatsell, A.E. ~I!. Nurma Hallock, II.E. 89. Vern Heck 90. Edith Heftd rinl!;cr, G.C. 91.i)oris Hick, 11.E. 92. netty Jane Hill, H.I!. 93. Herbert n. Hilton, G.C. 94. Ellen HirIKman, li.E. 9.';. Esther Ho.ll1, H.E. Q:'i. C layton Holland, I.A. '17. Rita M . HoLlands, G .C. 98. Clarence Hubbilld, C.C. W. Netlle Hllhh1rd, A.E. 100. Ruth Huppoch, C.C. 101. Charlea R. Hyde, G.C. 102. lnis Johnston, G.C. 100. Maddine John80lI, C.C. 104. Beverly June, G.C. 105. Helen JlI! wiAk, G.C. 106. Madelyn Ktevcf3, C.C. 107. Ro~rt W . Kerr, I.A 109. StalltOn J. Kllhurn, (i.C. 109. V ictoria KimaiJ, C.C. ]10. Leila King, G.C. IlL. Roocrt Kinch, 1.A. 112. j~an Kleppnl'n, ('I.E. ] 13. j eanne Klocke, C.C. 114. V eronica A. Knaubcr, G.C. I U. William [I. Kneer, C.C. 116. Helen Kohlmeier, G .C. 117. Thcodnfe KOr.!lWski, I.A. III!. Leo Kotula, C.C. 119. Maynard ll. Kr~m, AI!. ]20. LOIS Kroening, (j.C;. 121. Annetle Krowgc\, C.C. 122. Norman Leary, I.A. 123. Ir'enc Levine, G.C. 124. Kathken Link, C.C. 125. L1ura E. Link, C.C. 126. Elmer Lipowict, l. A. 127. Leonard LiplIChitt, I.A. 128. EI~iroe LOnllenecker, C.C. 129. Roeam LoVtcChio, C .C. DO. Peter Lukashuk, I.A. \31. Euphr~ Lupkiewicr, C.C. ])2. Murray LUSTIg. I.A. Ill. M;try Lutz, H .E. n4. Fl'1InCel Lynch, G.C. 135. Dorothy M ah1, A.E. 1l 6. Mary Jane Mal1iow, (;.c,

33. Irene r.amerer, H.E. 34. Boyu CUllpbdl. I.A. 35. Elliot Carlwn, L:\. 36. StuHt Car\wll, I.A. ".>7. Ruth Ch~lree, A.E. 38. John A. Chiavaro, LA. 39. Lillian Chirlin, H.E. 40. Ruth Matie Church, H.E. 41 . Doris Cvlfey, G.C. 42. itvlIlg Cohen, (J.e. 43. IJ

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