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The Elms to the memory of Dr.

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structor with lofty standards and

a fine sense of values, he .saw

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J 0 H N R. M c C R 0 RY A . B., A.M., Ph.D ..

Professor of Education

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GEORGE B. NEUMANN A.B., A.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology Director of Assemblies

Campus Views

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HOMER j. BRUCE L.L, B.S" A.).1. Imtrullor in Education

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MOREY C. BARTHOLOMEW

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CAROI.YN W. HEYMA N B.S. J n.stmc/or in //rt

H ELEN G. ENGI.EBREC K A.B ., A. M. instrucror in JJ istory

IRENE HI RSCH R.S., A.M. i nJtruct~r in Kindergartt1l– Prtmary Methods

1M YTO R. HODGI N A.II., A.M. Instructor in English

RU BEN s. EilERT B.S., A.M . lnstrurwr in Mathematic! and EducatiQ,t

;,,1,\ Il.OARET DU t'tU, B.S., A.M. illstrlt(tor i,~ Science

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MARTHA J. GI BSO N A.B., A.M., PH ,I). Acting Assistant. Professor i1~ English

RALPH HORN A.B., M.A., PH.D.

ANNA M. GEMMILL 11.5., A.).I., rH.D. Assistant Projnso r oj Scintct Acting 1-lead of Department

RUTH ELLIOTT HDUSTON A.B., M.A. Professor of Ifwlth. Educatioll !lead of Department

GEO RGE E. HUCKINS Instructor in Prittt1"I(:,

EDNA W. H URD B.M . l}lstruclor if I lUftS!C

RAYMOND:-'1. FR ET'/. B.S., A.M. Iluis/,ant Professor of SCit11ct Director of Mctt's IJctivitin

JOHN fONTANA M.S., A.M. Inl/ruelor in Mechanics

Director.of Extetuion ProfcHor of Education

/". l ).{ARY L. JA),I.ISO N B.S., A.M. Kindcrgarlell Critic School of Practicc

I'RANCES G. H EPI NSTALL B.S. Head Librariatt

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FAYE KEEVER H.S., A.M. itlstructor in Clot/H'lIg

ISABEL I!OUCK KTO EN EY A.B. RCKislrar

ELEA NOR M. GOV EN. 11.5., A.M. Sixth Grade Critic School of Practice

MINA s. GOOSSEN B.O. E., A.\1. l ,tstruetor in RngliJh and Dramatics

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MARTHA $, PRATI" H . ~., A.M, Instructor In Teacher Training

CHESTER A. PUGSLEY A.H., A.).f., PI-LO. ProfessO! of Elementary School .ddministtation Principal of School 0/ Practice

MARTHA G. M ETZ B.S., A.M. First Grade Cri!ic School of Practzce

GEORGE M. QUACKENBUSH B.S., A.M. Assistant Professor of Industrial DtpaTtmt'11t

CHARLES A. MESSNER A.II., A.M., pH.D. Professor of Latin Head of Department

MARY LOLIISF. Me MAHON H.S., A.M. 1 ns/ructor in Music

RUTH ~IC LEAN A.B., A.M . Inslntctot" i·/. Art

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GERTRUDE ROACH R.N., B,S" A.M. Instrudor in Health Education School of Practice

HAROLD J. ROESSER B.S., M,S. lnstruclor in Science

THERESA A. ROEHSLER n.s., M.A. Second_Grade en'tic Seliool of Practice

STELLA o'REIl.LY D,S. Fifth Grade Cri~ic School of Pr(J(i1ce

},lAY C. NYE A,B ., A.M. I nstrwtor in Foods

EILEEN MULHOLLAND pH. B., A.M. Assistanl Professor of English

EDWARD L. MORJUCE B.S. lns/.1'uelor in Metho.ds and Practice Teachu1-g

CHARLES C. ROOT rn.n., PH.M., A. B., A.M. ProfeJsor of Education Head of Department

ALMA R. ROUDEHUSH D.S., A.M. Instructor in Clothing

WINIFRED SALOM n.S., A.M. I nstruelor in [-{eallA Education

MILDRED L. SIPP B.S., A.M.

HAROLH F. PETERSON A.B., M.I'>.., J'Il.D. 1-115tructor i1t, EcolwmicJ and HIStory

IR VING C. PERKINS B.S., M.A . Professor of . f1 ocatiotwl Fducatw n Head of Department

RUBY A. PEEK B.S., I\I.A . Instructor in Ad

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RUTH PALMER B,S., M.5. Inslrtlc/or j'l Foods

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JO H N ~1. TKURBER A.B.,I' H. D. Projessor of English Head of Department

M. ]OSEPurNJ! DUIlN EY B.S. Eightlt Grad( Cri.tl:c School 38

(;Ri\CE E. GATES TAird Grade Cri/.ic School 38

M . ME I.VINA SVEC ,\.M. Critic in Geography School of Practice

HARRY J. STEEL B.S., A.M. Diuctor of Training ProfuJor of Education

RUTH E. SPEIR IIssisttmt Pt'ofessor of MIUic

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ELLl, N C. MOCK LER A.B. Second Grade Crit1'c School 38

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TH ELMA H. CLOGSTON B.S. Second Grade Critic School 38

MURIEL SHOEMAKER B.E., M.A. Third Grade Critic School of Pmctict

CAROLINE K. GORD INIER B.S. Alumni and Placement Secretary

JOHN V. WADSWORTH M.D. Collegt Physician

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CLASS

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Four yea rs ago a Cla ss entered State Teachers imbued with a spirit unique in the history of

the College. Soon this Class is to leave, but the feeli ng of-a job well done and the satisfac tion

which comes from giv ing the best, softens and provides the cadence necessary to an easy

parting.

As Freshmen we quickly adjusted ourselves to our new life and set about to build a "Class

consciousness)! that was to carry us uni fied through four glorious years of college.

As Sophomores we Upainted the li ly a-Ia Fred \~Taring" and tunefull y WO:1 the Inter-class

Sing. Not content with this~ we pa raded the gods on "Mount Olympu s" and won the Annual

Stunt N ight. As a matter of record, each of four years has found O:1e or more sec tions from

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the Class of '37 in first or second place on Stunt Night.

Our Junior year was sobered somewhat by practice teaching assigllments, yet Stunt Night

and the Inter-class Sillg again found us in the win column and a Junior Prom was held

which is still the goal of oth er classes.

PreJidenl

Now our Senior year is fast drawing to a close. OUf song writers, our· singers ; our play–

RAYE CONRAD

j/ ice-President

wrights, our actors; our at hletes and our boosters;- our whole Class- only too well realizes

ROSEMARY SCHULTZ

SeC1'etary

this. Our und er-gradu ate da ys are soon ended- Class Si ngs, Stu nt Nights, Junior Proms,

EDWARD \\T ISE

Senior Balls, Movi ng Up Days, are all fond memories. To t hat degree to which we partici–

TreaJu'fn

WALTER DE LACY

pated in these events do we now feel a correspond ing loss, and we ·sing wi th heavy hearts of

"College days, too soon gone."

I3accalaureate, Class Day and Graduation gracefu lly conclude oLir stay at State. Yet that

which State has meant to LIS and that which we have contributed to the t radition and life of

State will always live in the hearts of t he Class of 1937.

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R.S. TN EDUCATION Kenmore

JANET E. BENEDICT

ETHEL S. BAGCHUS

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u.s. IN EDUCATION Rochester

B.S. IN EDUCATION Ransomville

RITA K. BIRD

LUCILLE E. BAHM

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f/onte Economics

B.S. I N EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. I N HOME ECONOMICS Brocton

ALICE E. BRADFORD

KATHLEEN 1. BARBER

II ome Economics

If Ome Economics

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B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS BufFalo

MAXINE C. BRISTOW

BETTY 1. BARTON

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Newbu rgh

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B.S. IN HOME ECONOMTCS Lockport

ELIZAllETH A. CAGE

ISABELLE M. CLIFFORD

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u. s. I N EDUCATION Buffa lo

B.S. IN EUUCATlON Lancaste r

ANNE M. CALLAHAN

FRANCES D. COSTANTINO

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffa lo

BLANCHE D. CARREL

MARGARET M. COUGHLTN

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Home Economics

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B.S. IN EIJUCATION Buffalo

ELIZABETH M. CARTER

EMILY N. CUTLER

Kindergarten Primary

Home Economics

B.S. IN EVUCi\']'JON Buffalo

B. S. IN HOME ECONOMTCS Eden

DOROTHY F. CHAFFEE .

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LEONE M. DALE

JANE EGGLESTON

Grammar

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Lockport

B.S. IN EDUCATION Ashvi lle

VIRGINIA B. DAMBACH

DOROTHY C. EICHHORN

Grammar

H ome Economics

B .S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Buffa lo

ELLA J. DARGERT

ISABEL FITZPATRICK

Intermediate

Grammar

B.S. I N EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. I N EDUCATION Buffalo

VERONICA A. DEAN

GRACE P. FRELING

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H ome Economics

B .S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Westfie ld

EDITH D. DIERDORF

JANE A. FULLER

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GLADYS A. GERRINGER

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RUTH F. GUP

ELIZABETH L. GILLETT

Intermediate

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Rochester

B.S. IN EDUCATION Oakfield

DOROTHY M. GUSTAFSON

1. KATHLEEN GOODRICH

Intermediate

Kindergarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION Seneca Falls

B.S. IN EDUCATION Warrensburg

DOROTHY M. HAMM

STELLA B. M. GRACE

Grammar

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Orchard Park

B.S . IN EDUCATION Niagara Falls

ELIZABETH HARBISON

EVELYN E. GRANT

Kinderga1'ten Primary

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H,S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S . IN EDUCATION Buffalo

DOROTHY M. HARRIS

MARGARET O. GRAY

Grammar

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B . S. IN EDUCATION Ransomville

B.S. IN EDUCATION Watertown

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GERALDINE A. HATTEN

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Kindergarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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MARCELLA D. HAUBER

FLORENCE M. HOMER

Kindergarten Primary

[nt",mediate

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

AGNES E. HEALY

MARGARET G. HORNER

Intermediate

Intermediate

B.S. IN EDUCATION Lockport

B. S, TN EDUCATION Buffalo

EDITH M. HEWITT

MARY R. HORNSBY

Kindergarten Primary

Kindergarten Primm'y

B.S. IN EDUCATION Le Roy

B,S, IN EDUCATION Buffalo

VERA E. HILLER

ALMEDA J. HOSKINSON

1ntermediate

Grammar

B.S, IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

FLORENCE H. HINZ

EL VIRA HOSTETTLER

lIome Economic5

Kindergarten Primary

H.S. IN HOME FCONOMICS Shortsville

B.S. IN EDUCATION Orchard Park

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LORRAINE K. HOTH

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H.S. IN EDUCATION .Orchard Park

ISABELLE F. KARNES

MILDRED 1. HOWELL

I ntnmediate

Home Economics

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo '

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Watkins Glen

RUTH D. KATHER

ELEANOR R. HUGHES

Intermediate

Intermediate

B.S . IN EDUCATION Buffalo

H.S. IN EDUCATION Lockport

CALISTA J. HURD

LENORE KEMP

Grammar

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Flint, Michigan

ETHEL M. KING

ALMA A. IVANCIC

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION 13uffalo

RUTH E. KING

KATHLEEN M. JACOBS

Kindergarten Primary

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Niagara Falls

B.S. TN EDUCATION Niagara Falls

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MARGARET R. KOTAN

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

NINA D. LAURICELLA

DANILA M. KOWAL

Intermediate

Kindergarten Primary

H.S, IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

ALICE C. KUMMER

WILMA LAUX

Intermediate

Intermediate

B.S. IN EDUCATION North Tonawanda

B.S. TN EDUCATION Hamburg

PHYLLIS L. LAZERSON

ANNA E. KUNTZ

Intermediate

Kindergarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Tonawanda

RITA L. LENNON

IRENE A. LAEMMERHIRT

Intermediate

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

JUNE T. LAIER

RUTH G. LONG

110me Economics

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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n,s. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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HELEN M. MACKEY

DORIS L. MATTHEWS

I nterrnediate

Grammm'

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Mannsville

JEAN E. MAGUIRE

MARTHA R. MAYER

Kindergarten Primary

Grammm'

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

HAZEL K. MAPES

MARY E. McCOY

Intermediate

Kindergarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Lockport

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HELEN L. McLANE

Grammar

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Kenmore

B.S. IN EDUCATION Dansville

KATHERINE B. MARSH

DOROTHY 1. McLAREN

Intermediate

Kindergarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION Kenmore

B.S. IN EDUCATION Niagara Falls

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ELEANOR M. MURRAY

Home Economics

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

JOSEPHINE M. MERCURIO

ELIZABETH MURRAY

Gramtna'r

K·indergarten Primary

B,S, IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

MARION E. MERGENTHALER

ELEANOR P. MYERS

lIome Economics

Kindergarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION Mohawk

B.S. TN HOME ECONOMICS Youngstown

I<.QSELYN C. MEYERS

ALICE M. NEFF

Home Economics

Intermediate

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Williamsville

MARJORIE E. MILIUS

FRANCES A. NEVILLE

Kindergarten Primary

Kindergarten Primary

B,S, IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Eden

ANNA RUTH MORRILL

EVELYN E. NICOUD

Intermediate

Kindergarten Primary

n,s. IN EDUCATION Lockport

B.S. IN EDUCATION Niagara Falls

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TSAREL L. NOONAN

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A. RUTH OLSON

RUTH E. OAKES

Home Economics

Home Economics

B . S, IN HOME ECONOMICS Black River

B . S. IN HOME ECONOM ICS Niagara Falls

AMALIA L. ONODY

MARGARET M.O'BRIAN

Gramrnar

Grammar

B.S . IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

BLANCHE E. PACK

ELLEN K. O'BRIEN

Home Economics

Grammar

n.s. IN HOME ECONOMICS Brooklyn

B.S. IN EDUCATION Lancaster

IRENE H. PALMER

MARIE T. O'CONNOR

Grammar

Kindergarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION Angola

B,S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

SHIRLEY E. PASSAGE

MARJORIE G. O'CONNOR

Grammar

Intermediate

n.s . IN EDUCATION Niagara Falls

B.S. IN EDUCATION Lockport

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MARGARET Z. POWERS

GRACE C. PERRY

I-Iome Economics

K inderga·rten Primary

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B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS West Bloomfield

B.S. IN EDUCATION Ruffalo

JEANETTE L. PUTNAM

BEATRICE L. PETERSON

Gramm.ar

Kindergarten Primary

B. S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

DORA A. REED

JANE E. PETTIT

11orne Economics

If ome Economics

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Buffalo

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Lockport

BErry J. PFEIFFER

LORETrA E. REGAN

I nterm,diate

Intermediate

B.S. I N EDUCATION Buffalo

H.S. I N EDUCATION Buffalo

ELIZABETH V. RENNICK

MARY A. PIERCE

Kindergarten Primary

l ntermediale

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B. S. IN EDUCATION Ilion

VIRGINIA E. POUTIE

ETHEL M. REYNOLDS

Grammar

Grammar

B.S . IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Hamburg

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HELEN R. SCHIFLA

MARY E. RICHARDSON

Kindergarten Primary

Home Economics

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B,S. IN EDUCATION Lancaster

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Bath

ELMA C. SCHOCK

ELLA M. ROHER

Intermediate

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

ROSEMARY W. SCHULTZ

LOIS A. ROOD

Home Economic5

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Batavia

MARTHA A. SCHUNKE

DOROTHY A. RUESCH

Grammar

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Sardinia

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

JEANNE SICHERMAN

FERN M. RYER

Intermediate

K indetgarten Primary

B,S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S . IN EDUCATION Buffalo

JANET SLACER

HARRIET A. SCHARLOCK

Grammar

Home Economics

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Buffa lo

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MARGARET C. SMITH

Intermediate

Intermediate

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H.S. IN EDUCATION Medina

B.S . I N EDUCATION Buffalo

BARBARA SPENCER

H. MARJORIE SWAIN

Grammar

Kindergarten Primary

n.s. IN EDUCATION Kenmore

B . S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

HELEN C. STECK

LOIS JANE TERRY

Intermediate

Kindergarten Primary

B.S . IN EDUCATION Buffalo

D.S. IN EDUCATION lluffalo

AMELIA o. STEFFENHAGEN

HOPE A. THOMSON

Intermediate

Grammar

H. S. IN EDUCATION Machias

n.S. IN EDUCATION Warsaw

DOROTHEA 1. SULLIVAN

RITA M. THURSTON

Kindergarten Primary

I ntermed·iate

B.S. IN EDUCATION Dolgeville

B.S. TN EDUCATION Buffalo

MILDRED M. TINGLER

MARY J. STRAND

flame Economics

Home Economics

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Ebenezer

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Jamestown

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FRANCES L. WEBER

MARGARET E. TOBY

Kindergarten Primary

Kindergarten Primary

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Lindley

I

ESTHER L. WERNER

EUGENIA M. TRENT

Grammar

Kindergarten Primary

B,S. IN EDUCATION Niagara Falls

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

ELIZABETH T. WEST

NINA M. TROWBRIDGE

Home Economics

Intermediate

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Chazy

B.S. IN EDUCATION Clarence

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RUTH E. WESTENFELDER

MIRIAM TUMPOSKY

G1'am,mar

Kindergarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. I N EDUCATION Utica

CAROLYN L. WHITELOCK

ROSEMARY A. UPHILL

Home Economics

Home Economics

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMTCS BufFalo

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Batavia

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ETHEL M. WILSON

MARY H. WALTON

Intermediate

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B. S. I N EDUCATION Niagara Falls

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The CLASS OF 1937

The CLASS OF 1937

MICHAEL BALWAN

ANNA E. WITrIG

Grammar

Home Economics

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Victor

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Buffalo

LEROY J. 13ECKER

Grammar

JEANE1TE O. WOJTOWICZ

B.S. IN EDUCATION 13uff'alo

Intermediate

H,S. rN EDUCATION lluff'alo

LEWIS 13. BLACK

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Geneseo

MELBA I-I. YIENGST

J ntermediate

B.S. IN EDUCATION 13ufFalo

SHERWOOD BOWKER

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION West Falls

DORIS B. YUHL

flome Economics

WILLIAM B. BRADLEY

B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS Buff'alo

General Industrial D,S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

,

ANTHONY J. BRAUN

MARY E. ZERBY

Gennal Industrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION 13 uffal 0

Intermediate

B.S. IN EDUCATION Batavia

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LEWIS E. COOK

Grammar

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Gainesville

PAUL J. BRUCATO

WAYNE D. COVERT

Grammar

Grammar

n,s, iN EDUCATION Niagara Falls

B .S. IN EDUCATION Romulus

DONALD L. CHAMPAGNE

WALTER J. DELACY

Intermediate

General Industrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Depew

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

ANTHONY J. DELPOPOLO

PAUL E. COLEMAN

Grammar

Grammar

B.S. TN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

FRANCIS M. CONRAD

LEO V. DUSTMAN

Intermediate

Grammar

B.S, IN EDUCATION North Tonawanda

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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RAYE H. CONRAD

WESLEY E. EBERLE

Grammar

G1'ammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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CARYL G. HEDDEN

CHARLES W. ERNST

Intermediate

Gen,,·al Industrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffa lo

B,S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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ROBERT J. FITZGERALD

JAMES C. HOLFELNER

Intermediate

Grammm'

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

D.S. IN EDUCATION Dunkirk

HARVEY J. FOX

ARTHUR R. JUilENVILLE

Gene·rat [ndustrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Brockport

Grammar

B.S, TN EDUCATION Buffalo

EDWARD J. KEWIN

WILLIAM A. FRANK

Granltnar

General I ndustrial n.s. IN "INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Rochester

NORMAN KOHN

ISRAEL GOLDWATER

Grammar

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

U,S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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PHILIP LAFORNARA

THOMAS A. GOODMAN

Grammar

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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ALBERT C. LINDEMANN

General 1 nduJtrial B .S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Ebenezer

General Industrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

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GORDON F. MOSHER

ELMER E. MARTIN

Grammar

General Industrial B,S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. TN EDUCATION Watertown

EDWARD A. ORGEK

GEORGE W. McGINNIS

General Industrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

General Industrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Poughkeepsie

THOMAS D. PAOLUCCI

JOHN E. MEASER

General Industrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

Art

B.S. IN ART EDUCATION Williamsville

O. K. PRENTICE

HOWARD G. MILLER

Grammar

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Jamestown

B.S . IN EDUCATION Buffalo

WILLIAM B. J. MILLER

JOHN F. QUINLIVAN

General Industrial B.S . IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffa lo

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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CARL STFKOWITZ

Grammar

Grammal'

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

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B.S , IN EDUCATION Buffalo

ASBURY REYNOLDS

Grammar

HARRY SPURR

B .S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

Gmeral Industrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Jamestown

BENJAMIN A. ROSENTHAL

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Rochester

ALOIS J. DWYER (Suchocki) General Industrial . B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

WILLIAM J. SCHNEIDER

General Industrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

EDWARD C. SUSAT

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Batavia

EDWARD H. SEMPERT

General f ndustrial B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

GLENN E. THOMPSON

GEORGE R. SHERRIE

Grammar

Grammm'

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Kenmore

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SENIORS

The CLASS OF 1937

JOSEPHINE R. ALEXANDER Intermediate

VELMA HEIMAN Grammar

I3EATRICE COHEN Kindergarten Primary

RAYMOND C. VOGHT

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION

B.S. IN EDUCATION

B.S. IN EDUCATION

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B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

Syracuse

MARY P. COOK Art

ALETHE S. HORTON Kindergarten Primary

J. ALLEN

ELIZABETH

B.S. IN ART EDUCATION

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

EDWIN C. WAGENBLASS

Grammar

Rochester

Grammar

B.S. I N EDUCATION Herkimer

B.S. IN EDUCATION Warsaw

GERTRUDE M. FARRELL Art

HARRIET M. LAUER Intermediate 8.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN ART EDUCATION

CHARLES D. BECKER Grammar B.S. IN EDUCATION Maridale

13ERNARD A. WAMBSGANSS

JACK C. FosTm Grammar B.S. IN EDUCATION Niagara Falls

General Industrial B.S. IN I NDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

EDITH A. LAWLESS Grammar B.S. IN EDUCATION Kenmore

LEICESTER H. BENTON Grammar

LOU ISE GRIFFEN Kindergarten Primary u.s. IN EDUCATION

EDWARD WISE

B.S. IN EDVCATION

General Industrial B.S. IN I NDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION Buffalo

IRENE A. LEVENDOSKI Grammar

EUNICE M. BOWELL Kindergarten Primary

ELIZABETH ]. HANSEN

B.S. TN EDUCATION Buffalo

Kindergarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

DAVID ZWICK

Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION Rochester

EDITH M. MANTER Kindergarten Primary

BERNICE M. CARTWRIGHT Kindergarten Primary

ARTHUR HARBISON General l ndustrial

B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B,S. IN EDUCATION

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL ARTS

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SENIORS IVIARION E. PHILLIPS Kindergarten Primary

SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL

E RNEST A. OWEN Grammar

MARJORIE M. STEENWORTH K indeTgarten Primary

B.S. IN EDUCATION

B,S, IN EDUCATION

B,S. IN EDUCATION Wellsv ill e

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Barryville

BERTHA NI. Russo

REX M. WIEST Grammar B.S. IN EDUCATION Wellsville

HARRY C. PARKER Grammar B.S. IN EDUCATION Buffalo

B.S. IN EDUCATION

Roy M. SCHUMAKER Intermediate

U.S. IN EDUCATION

E ast Aurora

F OuRTH Row: iV/uuer, PaHage, Regall, Betty Jlurray, Hedden TIHRD Row : Cha1l!pagll t , Myers, Zerby, Nicoud, Scharlock, Orgek

MEMl3ERS OF EXTENSION COURSES

SECOND Row: Fox, Tl'rt"y, AfatlesoN, Gup, Barton, Hughes, Coleman, Goldwater hHST Row: Wise, Eleanor Murray, Mr. Fretz, Conrad, Schultz, DeLacy

MARY A. BRODERICK 1ntermediate

IDA FRANTZ K indergatten Pr-lmary

MI LDRED MUNDT

Grammar

CLASS OFFICERS

B.S. IN EDUCATION

B.S. I N EDUCATION

B,S, IN EDUCATION

RAYE CONRAD

WALTER DELACY

EDWARD WISE

ROSEMARY SCHULTZ

ESTHERMAE CLARK

EVA GOLD Kindergarten Primary

PERMANENT ALUMNI SECRETARY MARY E. ZERBY

Intermediate

NAJ-IOMA ROSENllLUM

B,S. IN EDUCATION

B.S. I N EDUCATION

1 ntrrmediate

FACULTY ADVISORS

B ,S, IN ED UCATION

MARY L. DARKER K inde.rgarten Primary u.s. IN EDUCATION

MISS CATHERINE REED

MR. RAYMOND FRETZ

RUTH GRAMPP

,

U.S. IN EDUCATION

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN

MARY E. SHAPINE Kindergarten Primary

'AT ALTER DELACY HARVEY Fox EVELYN NrconD RUTH GuP

BETTY MURRAY EDWARD ORGEK LORETTA REGAN

SHIR LEY PASSAGE

CLEMENTINE M. LOMBARDO lmermediate

HARRIET SIlARLOCK ISRAEL GOLDWAT I':R

JOSEPH C. FLYNN Grammar

B.S. IN EDUCATION

ELIZABETH BARTON

DONALD CHAMPAGNE

ll .S. IN EDUCATION

B.S. IN EDUCATION

EDWARD WISE

SECTION CAPTAINS

MAllEL L. WINEFORD Grammar

YIOLA M. FORSTER Grammar

EULALIE M. MACEY Grammar

WILMA LAUX

GLENN THOMPSON

FRED NIEASER

EDWARD ORGEK

MARY RICHARDSON

ELEANOR MURRAY

B.S. IN EDUCATION

B,S, IN EDUCATION

B.S. IN EDUCATION

PHILIP LAFORNARA

RUTH FISCHER

77

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

FINANCE

ALBERT BROWN MARY COOK

LUCILLE BAHM NINA TROWBRIDGE

GEORGE SHERRIE RUTH BERG

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THOMAS GOODMAN ETHEL REYNOLDS

ALBERT LINDEMANN HOWARD MILLER

SENIOR BALL ANNETTE KENNEDY GERALDINE HATTEN MARY RICHARDSON

BETTY MURRAY WALTER DELACY

ISRAEL GOLDWATER LORETTA REGAN

ANNOUNCEMENTS

WILLIAM SCHNEIDER

WILLIAM MILLER ISABEL KARNES

WILLIAM BRADLEY

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CAP AND GOWN

MARGARET HORNER

ELEANOR MYERS

ROSEMARY UPHILL

MOVING-UP DAY EDWARD WISE ISRAEL GOLDWATER PAUL BRUCATO

MARGARET O'BRIAN RUTH GuP

PHILIP LAFORNARA MARGARET TOBY

COLOR AND FLOWER

MARY E. RICHARDSON

MIRIAM TUMPOSKY

GERALDINE HATTEN

SONG AND MUlTO

VIRGINIA POUTIE

FREDERIC MEASER

SHIRLEY PASSAGE

GIFT

ALICE NEFF

B ARBARA SPENCER

HOWARD MILLER

LOYALTY FUND JANE PERSON

JUNIORS

ELMER MARTIN

FRANCIS CONRAD

JUNIOR C LAS S

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NI NTH Row : /Jg/ey, Btlckus, B(llJ(I~h. Bauman, Biak~, Bligh, Boo/.h, Borlh, RJwtry. Brayma:l, Br:JWII, B :ull. Burl~y, Burlillgame, BU'fJ/s, Burlon, But/ft, II . Campbell, /., Campbeil. Clune/L. EIGHTH Row: Cheney, Cla1'k, Colby, Colt, Cooley, (.ornwdl, Craf t, CUlig, CI'QwjM-d, CII?IWliUJ, Cn llwillghmn., Dauicr– man, De Brey?u, Die/rich, Dom!/!!, Don'nelly, Dopp, Duffett, Dullweiler, libtl'mall. SEVENTH Row: Elliott, Elsworth; F!lbiat/., Fe1l1rlio, F('Ilske, Fields, Finn. Fish, Fi.Jhcr, Flied, Ford, Frank, Cammack , Gazlay, GlasJer, Coliber, Goodmall, Gree1l, Gron, GrOHman. SI XTH Row: JIamrul, lIallorall, Handy, Hatem, !leinold, J-Iei'llt'L, Heist, He!.'lrom, flmdlt1', Hi.'1I1'Y, Herrman, Hill, Hoffman, Holln/beck, lIomer, Hudson, H ItciJpith, C. flumphrey, 1:;. Kelly, K elly. FIFTH Row: Kenyon, KilcoY1te, Ki~'ilift:lder, Knapp, KOH/LI111a, J.(.0zltb, KrcbJ, Kupfer, -,,(l.1Ipl/(ar, Lt'117., Lindstrom, Locey, Lombardo, L1lJJOW, L1ttWl1ck, Al(~gargt:l, l11apl!J, klart1Jl, .!.liatluwJOl1, ilia/unk. FOURTH Row: A-hltli'llg, llfcGu, Mc Lal~ghli'l/, MilLer, :Hot.Jt, E. Morgan, 1'. Mor gan, 1.liorris, Nigro, Ob,'{, Paydt, Patten, P WfSOll, Per01ta, R. 11. Pewy, R. Perry, Pt"Uil, F. PkiIl1'ppi, j. Phillippi, Pierce. THIRD Row: Pikus, Ponder, Popp, Pound, Prohaska, Rap..." -RuSt., RUiJu, Rl'iti, Reist, Richards, Rooney, Rounberg, RUSJ,.Sager, Sallach, SalllS01!, Sa lthonl, Schardl., ScMule. Sf-COND Row : Schlenker, Schultz, Scllwatukamp, S hr(lder, Smead, Spurr, Stabell, Slrullk , Studir.r, S uganlwII, Sweitzer, 1'al/mall, Thomas, 1'eiper, 1'i/ldllll, Toby, TurflCT, Ullrich, f/011 //rsdale, Vall ViMk. F IRST Row: f/oght, Y on Plus, W agttur, Waiter, W (llker, W alf" , W ood, W oodruff, Wyatt, Zell.

Phillippi

Ebutnt1n

Sluidot/.

Ha~llJul

OFFICERS

President

PAUL EUERMAN

J? ice-Presidenl

JOSEPHINE PHILLIPPI

JUN I ORS WITHOUT PICTURES

Treasure1'

WILLIAM SHELDON

R UTH A. I-IAENS1.EL

Secreta.ry

SCAl.r

NEUMANN

K NJ\I'I'

BERGMAN

J3rx BY

SCHRADER

KOLM E1.

OZARD

SCUl.l.Y

PELLlCANO

DOLE

K OUKAL

Du ROCHER

PERSON

M ,H'VIA

SEMON

SHELDON

PORT ER

M CG OV ERN

H ANRATTY

Mc i NTYR E, M. F.

SHLLlNGHR

ROB ERTS

HARVEY

McINTYRIi, M. U.

T OBER

R OHMER

SAMSON

TRIMPER

H OLl.WAY

MICIIAEL

WASS

KA UTH

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THE C LAS S OF 193 8 The first class of "guinea pigs" which the College has ever known is the Class of 1938. This group has patiently borne every attempt at experimentation which the administration has inflicted upon them and is ready to endure still more for the cause of educational progress. That the experiment has thus far been a success is attested to by-their many achievements attained during the year 1936-37. Encoll raged by a notable class spirit, the Juniors surpa-ssed all other classes in the Inter-Class Sing, and won the banner which they hope to recapture next year. The Junior Prom, held December 20, in the ballroom of the Consistory, was an event long to be remembered by all who attended. The members of the class who served on the various committees for this affair are to be com tnended for their successful efforts . January examinations over, half of the class began their practice teaching, the test of the two-and-a-half year experiment which began with their admission as freshmen in 1934. These Juniors had an advantage o':,cr all preceding groups of practice teachers in that they had spent eight hours a week during the nrst semester participating in teaching activities at the School of Practice. As an added advantage, their background in the subject matter of the elementary grades has been improved by their attendance at remedial classes in these sLlbjects, Critic teachers recognized their teaching ability and these Juniors give promise of being very successful in their chosen work. Th is half of the class has set a precedent for the others to follow and there is every indication that they will be just as fortunate as their colleagues.

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Moving-Up Day brought the "guinea pigs" one step nearer graduation and nearer the culmination of fOLIr years spent as material for ed ucational _experimentation .

SOPHOMORES

82

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TENTH Row : Ackroyd, IlLbrigllt. A'lldcrS011, AJhtcy, /lSi, Illki-ns, Baker, BMker, Barrrr.l.l'llw1., B(/.;r.tu, Berma1l, Rohm, Brod'y, A. Browlt , D. HI'OW'II, R. Brown, Bruna, Buckley, Huttls, CaUahan, NINTH Row: CaHren" Carr, Cat'lel', Casey, Cepul'o, Clu ne'.>', Clark, Conrad, COllJidi1U, r.rmlt', Cortright, 'Co1tghlin, Cl'ocuston, Dahlquist., D'Alba, Davin, Deazley, DnnbowJ'ki, Dobony, Dolk. EIGH TH. Row: Dombl'owsh, D01Wld.I01<, Dor'll/eld, Doy!t, D1·(I.(l, Dfi n/(Wllttr, Dugg(/.1I , Dzurellda, Eagin, Ed-m'undf, Ehm.an, Elliott, Engel/umb, EpaVCIJ, Ftll l/ell, n. FiJli.cr, ]:". Fisher, FLam'gan, FOfbrl'g, Cach . SEVENTH l~ow: Garda/!, GlwJon, Getacl', Creellr., Grinei, llagen, lIagr.rty, !fanny, l1(lfh'Y, Harris, /[erman, Hewitt, Hiller, Hillery, Ifoepjinger, Horn. How'ilia", ffuey, ffuglus, ja.·n-iJ. SIXTH Row: j epfMt, j erge, Jo/wswn, Kakook, Kavanagh, K eistet", Kerwil1 , Kick, Kitnph/./ld, Kingston, K inzie, Ki,cluneyer, Koeppell, Kotula, Krama, K1Hltz, Latt?, Leary, Lee, Leali. Fw rH Row: Leimer, L~...vis, Link, L£ppke, Lorich, Low, Ludwig, llIa/e, Maloney, lfaritl1lcci, Martill, Mrlfloralw, Maroin, Mason, Matlern, Mayer, McDollald, Mcil1alwn, Meyers, Miller. F OU RTH Row: .""h sscrt, D. l11oore, ,14. il-fool'e, !11um11lCft. l1h'us, NOOliOlI, O'Connor, O'DO/llltll, O'Reilly, OJborlle, Pmu~J)allg, Peck, Pemltr, Perine, Pe/us, Phelps, Phillips, Pialak, P1'erct, l'lt't:.ker. THIRD R ow ~ POhi1lt01/ , Price, Ray. Ret-'h, Reynolds, RicA, Rorn, ROH, Rost, Rutsclt, Rytut, R'.>,Nerl, Saari, Samson. Schieder, ScllIuider, ScI,olr., Scltreiller, Scott, Scrimshaw. SECOND Row: Seibert, Short, Sikonki, Sillcinir, Sitlger, Skidmore, Rt!l1e Smiih, Rita Sm il/&, f/. Smith, SO/01ll011, Spadinger, Spollr, Siule, StOtU, Stricklat/d, Strong , S;;afron, S;;ymalUki, 1'uhaar. Tlwm. F IRST Row: T ho'lIlaJ, ThompsolI, TUf1ur, Urban , f/aiaJlCt!, f/an Dyke, f/doUt , W agner, Webrl', If/ellul, fYCfp, Wlt-iIe/ack, Wieland, Wi/fOn, WiU tu01I, 'Filler, IJIrt'nt'h,- Wright.

OFFICERS

EDWARD ONODY

Prnidenl

BEVERLY Ji' ISHER

f/ ice-President

NOT IN PICTURES

SOPHOMORES

KENNETH EDMUNDS

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SEN(,BUSCH SIEMANKOWSKI S I MON S IZE

BETfV MEHRILL

MCCARD :vtARTIN, V. McLAUGHLIN f\"IEGER

E IlLIN FELSINGER FRIED

Secretary

ADAMS ALBllECHTSON SARLI 8,,'ITAGLIA HECK 131TI"Elti\lAN

FRrr"J'ON F URI.,\NL GAI'FNEY HARR IS HUURG

SMITH, N. SODUTZER STACK SYKACUSE THOMAS, S.

MERRILL NEWMAN O'LEAI{Y

BORTH CADRO CARBARY CARNEY

ONODY P ULEO RANGER R OUSSELU: Ru r l'

HILL KIm. KE LSEY Kf.NDA LL KI ESEL KItE(;EN.

Tos ~:rro TRAVERS V Rm.1AN WEIFFENBACH WILKS WINKELMAN WOODCOCK

CHArMAN C UMMINGS J)A VIS D IGESA IW D OOLEY DUSENBURY ENE"

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THE C LAS S OF 1939 Two down and two to go- receiving the Soph ball from the illustriou s IIGu inea Pigs," the phalanx of the new curriculum, the Class of 1939 also cou rageousl y bucked its way through rcmedials, comprehensives, acadern ic requirements, and extra-curricular activities. \Vc Sophomores take pleasure in congratulating the Freshmen upon their splendid attitude toward all concerned during 'II-laze" week, and their excellent orientation during the past year to the social and scholastic life of our campus. It is our belief that we have succeeded in bringing up a class th is year that will not only be instrumental in furthering the prestige of the College, but one t hat will be ably qualified to train the neophytes of 1941. During the year the "sophisticated" Sophs made claim for college honors through their participation in dramatics, music, publications, debating, fraternal orders, and women's and men's ath letics. Every phase of S. T. S. life has been directly inAuenced and deeply colored by t he personali ty an d achievements ohhe class of 1939. Sophisticated Sophomores! We are no more! We have already passed the half-way mark of our college life, and are now being slowly evolved into the blissful but more ignorant atmos– phere that surrounds a "wise" Junior. As "wise" Juniors, may we look back upon our Frosh and Soph yea rs and sincerely thank our Alma Mater for the good times, the worthwhile experiences, and the educational oppor– tunities that she has so generously extended to us of 1939.

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SEVENTII Row: .'hquard, .rlltem, Alt, / . Alldcryon, /!J-bury, Barber, Bt:al, Recktr, HC1tlling, BcrliIL, Blake, Blakely, Bodkin, BO'll1uil, Bra'nicki, Brei/weisa, Brice, Brierly, J. Burke, Y. Burke SIXTH Row: Burrill, Bush, Cage, Carmml, Chad, Chalmers, CkitdreJ'J, Cinn, Clark. CliulO"lI, Cluff, Corbin, Corcoran, Crandall, Cranston, Curry, DeAfarclti, Dessert, Dittmer, DomHis FIFTH Row: Rddy, Rkes, Feltr, Finn, Firestone, FisAa, Fisher, Fix, FleckmJtei"H, Foley, Frawley, Fry, FuAr, Gaver, Gerber, GibmH, Gilliat, Girad, Goeppner, Granato FOURTH Row: Grapn, Grazier, Griffin, Groth, Hammel, f1eirnbuq,er, !ios, Hickey, Hill, Hotaling, Hubbard, Humphrey, ['/JeTson, jOit.M, Kabel, Kackas, Kniffi:lt, Kovalcih., Lai1"d, [.amm T[{[RD Row: Langman/Lewandowski, Liddle, Lindenbaum, Lobaugh, [.ockwood, Lowt', llfa/wJley, Mallue, 1.1fallni'1li!" Mat·tin, McBn·de, Mc1:.'lItire, iHilitello, p, Miller, Murphy, C. Nichols, .f. Nichols, Ols'Wwka, O'Neill SECOND Row: Passage, Pfeiffer, Pickup, Pinto, Pipct", Poole, Popp, Poria, Quinlan, Rawe, Reid, Ressing, Robinsoll, Rombough, Root, Sfl1urwein, ScAasset·, SeAmanke, Schmidt, 1, Sch.ool FIRST Row: Sexton, Smalley, Smith, Snedecor, Spear, Stack, Straight, Strebe, Sullivall, Thompson, Tillou, Ueci, Upto·n, Vm.Brunt, Welch, Widrig, Wingenbach, Wovkulich F R E S H M E N N 0 T I N P I C T U R E S Abrams Deringis Kilcoyne Mioducki Salisbury Thomas Alexander Dimasi Kinslev Monan Sato Tierney Alfano Dodson Klawitter l' .... lorin Schaeffer Tothill ABcn Dorchak Kluga Moser Scheuerman T ruesdale Anderson, H. Drew Knack Munich SchoH, M. Tucker Axlerod Durlak LaBue Murello Schoonover T ully Hailey Ellis Lampka Needham, D. Schlie Vandercher I3aldwin !<:scheIman Lappin Needham, M. Schulmeister Vaughan I3arrett Evans l.a rrabee Neuschel Schultz Vincent Baruch Feder Lawless Newman Sdlussler Viox Beier Feltz Leahy Nyitrai Schwanekamp Vogel Bell Flemming Lederer O'Brien Schwartz, A, Wagner Bergman Flier! Lee Oleniaez Schwartz, J. Walker Hickel Fuhrmann Leising O' Neill Seitz Webb Bokus Garner Liddle Place Senf Weber Bollard Grantham Liermo Price Smirh, A. Welch, G. Borchard Greenberg LoMaglio PritchiLn\ Smith, C. Welch, M. Breck Guthrie Lottes Puhl Snedecor Wiese Bruwn, J. Hall Lubow Ray Snetsky Wightman Brown, R. Halton Lyon Ra:,rch Snyder Wilger Hurau Harris McArdle Richardson Speer Wilhite Hurlingame Hartm;m i\1 cCartan Rindell Spring Wilson Caplin I-I askell Mclaughlin Ritzenthaler St.achO\vicz Witte Carland , layman MaGuire Roberts, G. Steffen Woeppel, A. Ciesie1ska Hetzel Manning Robinson Steinsholt. V.,'oeppel, M, Ciszek Hoffm

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OFFICERS

President

RALPH UPTON

Vice-President

THOMAS ASBURY

HAZEL BONNELL

Secretary

Treasurer

JOHN SCHASSER

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