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CO'f1titl/d 1936 FOR THE SEN lOR C LAS S OF STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE AT BUFFALO b,(/ W A L T ERe. V A N BUR EN, E D ITO R • IN· CHI E F

GLENWOOD F. PENSLIEN, BUSINESS MANAGER

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PUBLISHED FOR THE GRADUATING CLASSOF

STATE TEACH ER S COLLEGE

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under w hose supervision the V ocat ional-Industrial Department of

our college has grown to 6e one of the foremost in the state. - The

experience he gained as Vocational and Industrial Supervisor of the

State Education Departments of 60th Maine and Rhode Island, has

been reflected in his work here. - For the past sixteen years he has

given cl guiding hand to those st udents with whom he has come in

contact, not only in his Department, but in all others. - In recogn i-

tion o f his service, we sincere ly dedicate t hi s, the Silver Anniversary

Vo lume of THE ELMS .

F o R E w o R D

This volume marks the Silver Anniversary of the ELMS. Founded in

1912, to "recall the events of the school year," there has passed between

its covers a panorama of our growth and development, a history of

collegiate activities.. . . As our college has passed through various stages

on its way, so the ELMS has changed, from a small paper-covered volume

to our present day issue. It bas undergone a metamorphosis paralleling

that of our Alma Mater. The prestige we have acquired within tbese

pages has heen merited through countles8 hours of planning and eon-

sideration. This rapid development begun so well by our predece880ro

has, nevertheless, left unlimited possibilities for future editors.

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The touch oj a winter night on the familiar scenes of our College LiJe, creates beauties seldom seen and rarely appreciated. The camera has cap– t"red the views some oj "s may be overlooking beca"se of the pressure of o"r varied duties . ... The lights of the campus recall to us the friendships that we leave behind, always shining brightly in the darkness.

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LOCAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES

EDWARD H. BUTLER .

President

\V ILLIA}I WARREN S~llTJ(

Treasure,.

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THO.UA S

DAN I EL.T. KEN"EFICK

ALIIERT HAnT HOPKINS

Mlts. HELEN Z. M. RODG~KS

Dn. HAKRY W. ROCKWELL, A.B., A.M., PD.D. President

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G~H'l'HUDE M. TIACON n,s.. A.M.

e nABLES B. "BRADLEY B.S.

G HACI( A . ALLEN n.S., A.M. Assistant Director of T raining. Hea(1 of Kindcrgurten Departmcnt

Assistant Dircctor oC T l'oining, P ro– fessor oC Elemen. tary Educa tion

Professor of Art Education. Head ofthcDcpurLlDcli1

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MYRTLE V. CAUDELL B.S., A.M.

STEPHEN

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CLiBIENT A.B., A.M.

Professor of Edu– c ation, D irector of Extens ion (On Leave)

Professor of Home Economics, Head ofthe DcpurtmcnL

ANNA M. GEMMILL B.S., A.M.

HODEIlT O. DddoND A.B., A.M.

Osc,,\ll E. HlmT'".llJEUC

A.B .•A.M.• PH.P. Professor of Psy– chology, Head of t he Department, Director of ltc– search Studies

P rofessor of H is– tory. Head oC the Dcpnrlment

Assistant' P roCes– sor oC Sc ie n ce. Head oC the Dc– purtmenl

R UTH E. I-IOUS'I'ON A.ll.

C HARLES A. MESSNER

A.B., A.M.• lllI.D. Professor of Lat in, Head of the Dc– p a rtment

Profe ss or of H ealth Education, TTead of the De– partment

JOSEPH F. P IULI:.IPl'T A.B., ,I .M.

GEORGE B. NEUMANN

TnVING C. PI'UtK INS B.S., A.M.

A.13., A.M., PH.D. P l'ofessor oC Soci– ology, Head of the Department. Director of Assemblies 9

rrofCijsor of Vo– cat ional E rluc:J' tion, Head of the Department

P r o fe sso r o f Mathematics, Head of the De– par tment

CATHERINE E. RilED, B.A., A.M. Dean of Women

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J-IUDERT K COYEll B.P.E., Eo.M.

Cn,UtL ES C. ROOT A.n.,A.lVr., Po.B., Po.M. nend of Educa– tion Deparl menl , D irector of Curri– cular Organiza– tion. Acti I1g D i· reeLol' of Training

VELMA Lt CL,\UK. B.S., M.S. D irector of the Prllctiee Honse

MAn ION A. C I.AIU{ A.B. Finunciul Sect'etul'Y

CIlI!:STER A. PUGSLEY

A.B.. A.M.. D.Eo. Professor of Ele– mentury School Ad minis tL'l.l lion, Princil)1l1 of the Schoo of Pructicc

Instru c t o 1' in J-T ea Ith Ed lIC..l Lion, Director o( M en's Athletics

"L\RRV J. STRRI. B.S., A.M. Director of Train. ing. Professor of ~ducat ion (Ou Leave)

CHKST~I{ G. SCHO!;';NIIOllN B.S.

STANLEY A_ CZlJRU:S B.F.A. Instruct or in Art

l\-IARION P. DA'KA B.S., A.M. In st ru cto r in Kindergarten – Primary Method

(IN BUS. -'\0)11:\-.) Assistant in the ExtcnsionDepurt– ment, Acting Di– rector of Extcn– sioll-1935-193()

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REUDEN S. .EDEll'! B.ED., A.M. Ins tL'u ctor in iVIaliwIrUlllcS Hnd Educalion

Gt£OiU~ I~; E. De(:[uu B.S., A.M.

KATI!: V. WOF-FOnD

.TOliN M,. TlluHnEH A.B .• Pu.D.

iMARGARET D UPHE. B.S., A.M. Instructor iil Science

K ,\'I'I'II£HYNE \V III'nl';MoHI,: A.n.,A.M.

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A. B., A.M.. PH.D. l'roIc!:!sor of-Rul'nl ~Juclltion. Head ofthe Dcpurlment

T nstl'uctOI' ill Woodwol'killg

Assistllllt Profe.s. Bor of Geography. Head of the De– partment.

Professor of E ng– lish, Head of the Department

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HELHN G. ENGLEBRECK A.B., A.M. Instructor in H istory

JOHN FONTANA B.S., A.M.

ROSE)fOND O. ABATE B.S.

JOII~ C. BALLANTYN E A.B., A.M. Acti ng Instructor in English

I nstrllctor in Metal'Vork

Assistant Librarian

ANnnEW W_ GilA 1),\ U B.S" A.M. [nstrllctOl' in English

HAYMONJ) M. .FuWJ·z B.S., A.M.

MINA S. GOOSE;'; B.O.E ., A.M. Inslructor in Eng– lish tlfld Druma tics

l'A_ULlNE E. BOTTY B.S.

lTo~lIw A. BRL'CI!: L.l., B.S., A.M. Lnstructor in Education

LUELLA CIIAI"]l.IAN Ins Lruclor in Pen– munship nod E ng– lish m s

Assistunt Profes– so r of Sc ience , D irector of Men 's Activitiea 9

Alumni and Place– ment Bureau Sec– re tary

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WORTH J. OSDUItN A.B., A.M.. B.S., PIl.D. Acting Professor of EducHtion

RUDY A. PEEK :B,S., M,S, Instructor in Art

HUTIt P,\Lmm B.S., M.S. Instructor in Food unO. Nutrition

JUENE HJHSCI-I B.S., A.M.

FICANCES G. HKPIN STALL B.S. Head Librarian

CAHOI.YN \V. HKYM.-\N B.S. Instl'lIctor in Art

IusLructr.r in Kinderrrarten– Primary 'K1ethod

MARTHA S. PRATT B.S., A.M. Instructor in Teacher T raining

H,\IWL)) F. PE'l'KRSON

GEORGE E. HUCKINS In!>tructor in Printing

DAVID R. HODGIN A.n., A.M. Instructor in Eng– lish (On Lcave)

A.B., A.M., l'n.D. Instl'llctor in His– tory and Eco– nomics

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GEOICGt<; M. QUACKt<;NllUSII n.S., A.M.

JsADEL H. KIDENEY A.B. Registrar

GLAOYS RISDEN B.S., A.M. Instnlctor in Psy– chology and Edu– cation

MAHG,\U R'I' S. QUAYf.K

.~ :~ ·111 . ~ .... I~ GERTRUDE E. ROACH R.N., B.S., A.M. Instructor in Health Ed ucation

FAYE KEEVKH B.S., A.M. Instructor in Clotlling

EI)NA W. Huuo B.M. Iustructor in Music

A.B., A.M., PH.D. Acting Professor of Education

Af;sistant Profes– SOr of Vocational Organization

HAROLD J_ UOESSER B.S.,M.S. Instructor in Science

MARY 1.... J\'IcMAl-lo~ B.S., A.M.

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MILDllED L. SIl'I! B.S., A.M. Assistant Profefl. ,." of Teacher Training

WINIFIlED SALO~( B.S.,A.M. Instructor in Healtb Education

ALMA R. ROUDEBUSH B.S., A.M. Instructor in Clotbing

MAY C. NYE A.B., A.M. T nfltructor in Food!>

EnWARD L. MonRICE B.S.

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A'lARY L. DARKER Second Grud e. School 311

\VA I.Tlm B. WIHIEH n.s., l>o.M. Instruclor in Electricily

M ,\l{Y J. DO\<: FOl1l'th Grade, School 38

LENA S. DEN I~J(I~ 13.5. FouI,th Gnlll e, School 38

CHACE Vu·;u; 13.T..

CI'lARLES A. VAIL B.S., A.M. Instructor in Science

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GRACE E . GATES Third Grmle. School 38

M. JOSEPHINE DUn~EY B.S. E ighth Grade, School 38

:MAHV L. JMtIlSON 13.5., A.M. Kindergarten. School of Practice

ELBANOR M. GOVEIl B.S., A.M.

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Sixth Grade School of Practice

C 1IAIl.LO'l'TII M. MOORE Seventh Crude, School 38

l\lL\lW H. l{OUERTS B.S. Sixlh Grade, School 38

l\-lAH'l'IIA C. METZ B.S., A.M. Firs LGrAde, Sehoul of P ractice

ELLEN C, IVloCKLIm A.B. Second Grude, School 38

MAE',O'13ull(N B.S., A.M. FOllrth Gl'ildc, School or Practice

HATUty C. JOHNSON 13.S., A.M. Eighth Grade, School of P ractice

EUNA L. SHAW Kindergarten. School .'l11

FRANCES M. UUJ)EI.L F irst Crude, School 311

THEH&SA A. ROEI-I SLlm 13.5. Second Grade, School of Practice

STKLLA O ' REILI.Y B.S. Fifth Grade. School of Practice

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G HACI( G. BA l.I.AlW B.S. Fourth Grude, School 38 m S

TT,\zJ<:1. S. nl,,\'L''J' A.B. Stenogl'aphcl'

HAiUlY W. CUHl'lN

A(~NES ACNJTCH Third Grade. School 38

M. MELVINA SVEe A.B., A.M.

Supcl'intcndcnt of G ronnd s a nd BuildingA

Junior High De- parlment. School of Practice

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~IAllY FONTANA B.S. Mllnu.I?cr of Col– lege Co.Op Book Store

PAULINE D. EISS Stenographer

JENN I I:<: L. D,AuARlO Stenographer

KATHRYN S. GRAH Al\1 Stenographer

M.\DEL B. GILBEl{'l' Cufeteria Mali nger

INA MEAD MAYER B.S. AssisLant Registrar

VIOLA DO HRMAN Sixth Grade, School 38

C HARLOT MOEIILAU ij.S.

ETHEL M. A. HANSI:<:N R.N. College N Ill'se

HELEN M. TURNlm B.S., A.M. Instructor in M usic

Assistlillt Man. ager of College Co·Op Book Store

E. R. G ,W.DNER Seventh Grade. School 38

GEORCINA I·I.o\.sKILL B.S. FirsL Grade, School 38

:M All.G.\.RET S IINERMAN ll.L., A.B. School of Practice

)E,\N D. B U l l:<: B.S., M.S. Instructor in Home Economics

MILDRED K. PA'T"l'1 Stenographer

ELIZAUETIt MATSON B.S. Fifth Grade. School 38

LINA GIELOW B.S. E ighth Grade. School 38

'l'UEl.MA CLOGSTON B.S. Second Grade. School 38

Th!:LEN LYVERS Tnfltmetor in Eng– lish and Drumat– ics (First Semes. ter)

HELEN CASSIDY B.S. Eighth Grade. School 38

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THE CLASS OF 1936 HTime Marches On" ... Four short years ago, we, the Class of 1936, entered State. We were barely seLLled to our new home, when the walls of the auditorium resounded with the song, HWC arc the smartest Freshmen that ever came to State." It was our song for the Interclass Sing in which we took second place. From then on we were labeled, and faced the problem of going through four years of college life with. name to uphold. Contrary to many beliefs, we succeeded in living up to that song~ for we saw in it a goal toward which we diligently worked. It was an incentive to keep us on the right track. During our first year, we took onr place on the Stunt Nile program, and on the Freshman baskctball learn, the first to wear the State Frosh suits. When we returned in 1933 as Sophomores, we busied ourselves with the Sophomore reception for the Fresh men. After showing Out· hospitali ty to t he Class of 1937, we held our Sophomore Sweater Dance in the gYJnnasium. In October, when the new athletic field was dedicated, our classmates were on hand for the event. Last year, as .Tuniors, we held our firs t Ya lcnltne party and the Co-Op wa!> sold out of valenLincs before noon. In spite of this, everyone received at least one valentine and the party was a success. The Junior Prom, under the chairmanship of Kathryn Johnston, was the highlight of the social activittcs for the year. We also aided the college communtty when we ser.ved as .Junior sisters and brothers for the Freshmen. Shortly, gl"aduation day will approach, and with it the passing of the Class of 1936. During our fina l year at State, "re have kept up the pace we set as Freshmen. Stunt Nite, the Senior Ball, the Christmas and Spring plays are all memories. Now that OUl' journey is almost finished~ we pause to reflect on our experiences. With our class go.a numher of outstanding personalities, whom State will remember for years to come. We can never forget OUI' song and cheer leader who helped us Hon to the top." the HCollege Tri.o." our HCrown Prince of Basketball,H our ever alert photographer and editor, and all of the others who have brought honors to our class. In the near future looms Class Day. Baccalaureate. and the final donning oC Cap and Gown. 'Vhat a rich and full fOllr yeal's this June wtll climax. Four years of joys, sorrows, anticipations~ realizalions, d isappointments, gratifications-four years of pleasant associa– tions with classmates and tns lructors. So as the Class of 1936 moves on, we welcome the opportunity we have hall, and we look H to those 'who follow after" to carryon where we left off. Before leaving we cannot help but rccall the verse of t~e song, HCollege Days" ...

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OFFICERS

Pres;,dent

RAU'H EGGLESTO~

Vice~p,.esicle"t

K ,\ THRYN JOHNSTON

Secreuuy

DOROTHY KUHN

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JACK BUFTON .

Gra.duation days are almost here; And with them, four lor'g years of cullege arc ended.

'Thuugh it's almost time fm- us to part. We will leave with lheJondest 111.emories.

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FINANCE

GRADUATING CLASS COUNCIL

JACK BUFTON

Chairman

MARGARET ZoLLER IIOWARD CONSTAUJ..E

JOHN ANDERSCHOTl' DOROTHY FRICKE

ALFRED CUltTIS R USS ELL lh;wrrr

SENIOR BALL

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NELSON UPTON, THELMA HUBBARD

GLADYS YOUNG EARL NI'l'CHKE

WALTER VAN BUREN

EnWARD JONES JEANNE Russ RUTH STIEG

EDWARD HALL

CLASS DAY

EUZABETH STRA TEMEIER

Chairman

ROBERT HOWAUD EDMUND G lANA nOA LEAH Br':AN H"LEN CONROY

LYNETTE TERRY LODE~L\' DAGGETT GEORGE KOENIG HAZEL VAN DUSEN

ANTIlONY CALOGERO KATHKYN JOHNSTON

CHARLES HOLT

MOVING-UP DAY

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AHTHUR PANKOW

DOROTHY KUUN DAVID JACOHSON

DOIlO'l'HY HESS ETHEL HARBISON

MAUVIN GAUf'lNKEL j-\..~ RON LEVINE

ANNOUNCEMENTS

U... CK Row- Ward, Iladtk(!. UptrJ1J, Giam.. ,iJu C"="TIHI Row-P(",~·ow. /'el'ri$, 510011, Spiller [·{a/.5ItHld. /Jaymall, Kohler,YcnPlg, ,He/lowell 1.'n.oNT Row- Dean Irf!()rl, Hubbard. & Iwrlock. }oflltMOU. f1ujloll, EHiJieslOrl, Kuhi', ,Hd)olla/d, Sl'"'~",eie", Mr. "ret:

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ELOISE SLOA N

CHARLES PECK ESTHER HAunISON HAROLD l:\ILYWU

l\1ARY SHREDER 1L-tRJORIE SCHAMD ER HELEN SPILLER

ESTHER DUAKE MARY CJlISI-IOLM DONA LO BROSSMAN

CLASS OFFICERS

CAP AND GOWN

KATHRYN Jon NSTON

JACK ilUFTON DOROTHY KUHN

UA LPH EGGLESTON

Chairman.

DOROTHY KOHLEH

HELEN SCHUnERT KATHLEEN BAHBEH

AL~lA DOUGHERTY EUGENE HOEFFLER GIFT

DONALD SHAW VAHNER MAcRORIE

PERMANENT ALUMNI SECRETARY GLADYS YOUNG

Chairman MARGARET BAUMBACH

EVERETT KOEHLER

DOIlO'l'HY HALSTED

CHARLES HOLT

SECTION CAPTAINS

MARY McDoNALD ARTHUR PANKOW RAY RADTK"

HELEN SPILLER ELOISE SLOAN

SONG AND MOTTO

ALFRED WARD LORETTA SCHARLOCK DOltOTHY HALSTED

MARY McDONALD

Chairmarl. JOSEPHINE COSTANTINO ~IARY LOUISE CHIHS'l'IANSEN

HILI)A GUERCIO PHYLLIS MOREA

EDMUND GIANADDA MARJOIUE FERRIS

JACK FOSTER BYRONHILL

(CHAS. Ho....., substitute)

COLOR AND FLOWER

FACULTY ADVISORS

Chairman

1.0(S DAYillAN M AIUAN CHANDLER E ONA W URSTER

MR. RAYMOND FnBTZ

MISS CATHERINE REim

RUTH RIEMAN ALICE WILLIA)lS0N

\Vn... LIAM KEAN STUART COLLINS

COMMlTT.EE CHAIRMEN MARY McDoNALD ELOISE SLOAN ELlZAJJETH STRATElUEIER EVERETT KOEHLER

LOYALTY FUND

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NELSON UPTON THELMA HUBBARD DOROTHY KOHLEn

ARTHUR PANKOW LOISDAY>1AN ROBERT McDoWELl.

ROBERT McDoWELL.

Chairman DORIS ROTHENBEUGEH MARY KROENING

RUTJI J\tJANTEH

ALBERT KREINHEDER

JOEL WEISBERG

WnUAM GAMBLE

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FLORENCE M. BEBEE H.S. in Educ(ltiun RIPLEY

GLADYS M. ALMSTED B.S. in HducatiQIl NORTH"NORWICH

"Gooll nature. like a bee. col– lects honey fro m every herb." Florcnce l)wvides plcll ty of good nature to her surwundings. wherevcr she muy be.

Not CUlllClll with just the ex– pcdcncc of h.wing taught for eight yc

EUNICE M. BOWELL lJ.S. in education lh.'FFAw

LOUTS BALBER B.S, in [IU/ustrio.l Arts E

E unice, the demure miss from South Park .High School, is at– wayI'! willing to lend II belping hand to anyone. She is one of I.he constant ,'ooters at the basketball gameR.

HELEN L. BENZING B.S. in Home r.cOIwmics SPIHNGV ILI.K

JOHN P. ANDEl!.SCHOTT One Year Vocatio flul BU"''''AI.o John makes every moment connt. He never gelS to class a second too 800n, yet he manages Lo keep the one-year clasfI in lOllch with the acth'ities of the Men's Campul! Club.

Helen is " no lhcr of our home– ec bnlllcttes who is known for her sincerity. Comhined with this tllwlity is he" very eagcr attitude to learn new thin gs:, new ideas, ami meet new peOI)le.

EDWAUD T. BRESC B.S. in Education LACKAWANNA

MILDRED A. BARNARD B.S. in Edumlion LERoy "AlltlJc wodd to me is a place of wonder." Mildred'g intcrest in the world Ullout her has prob– ahly been heightened hy hcr work in ge06Tt"uphy classes.

Ecldic did his pllrl for State when, as u .Sophomore. he hl'onght "D illy:' thc .cluss mas– cot, to OUl" campllS. Billy hclpetl considcrahly in the dedication ceremonies ror the athletic field.

HAROLD W. BILymU One Y car Vocal.iollf1l ~ EW YOI\!\. CI"I'Y

STANLEY W. Al'ITIEllSON I3.S. in Etluc(fti(),~ T...ANC,\ STER S tanley is one of the favorites with members of the opposite SeX. The co-cds at Sta te say that he iA their itleal o( a perfect hlind date.

As soon as Harold received word that he Illid heen accepted al Sta te. he purch:lsc(l a hig brown fUT" coat, so lhal. he would look just like a college student.

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LEAH A. BEAN B.S. i,n Efiucation ALTAD RNA, CAL.

HELEN A. BROSMElt /3. S. in IirillcatioTl NOR'rYICII Helen hafl often enchanted many of u S with her story .telling abilit{.. Perhaps Rhe acquired this (lII'ing her work behind thc desk. ill lhe college lib,·ary.

Leuh i!; one o( Olll' fair class– mates who lwils from the \Vcst. She can usually he found in thc genel'al office of the college where she makcs sure we always get 0 111' mail and tele[)hone meSSilges.

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JOl.ES J. CASALBORO One Yt.>ar Vucational YONKERS

DONALD G. BROSSMAN B.S. tIL ltuLw;trial Arts Educ(ltiOlt HVFFALO Don loves the smell of l)rinter'!', ink. !Iud spends most of his time in th(: pelnl shop, ex:ccpt when he is cUl'rying on his scouting activi. tics. He expecls to settle down on Long Islulld in September.

Jules was making a lot of dough beIore he cntered State, and he made IJlenty marc while in nuf. [nIo.. 'he dough he made was relil- he taught the nakery class at Peckham Vocational School.

GENEVIEVE M. BUliNS B.S. in Educatio,t CORFU I' [nfinite riches in a little room." Genevieve is small, with coal hlack hair tln(l sparkling dark eyes. She is one of those little country girls SLate is -glad to have.

MARY A. CHISHOLM B.S. in Education BUFFALO

Wherever there arc country ac_tivities and farm problems, J\tlary can always he found. T his is all because of the splendid leadel'ship she has shown as president of State's Rur.ll Club for the past year.

RUDOLPH H. BROWN lJ.S. in Indu.strial Arts I::ducation KB~olOnE Hudy is the "big" mun of Sigma 'fUll Gumma. JTe make!> himself hetml iu the orchestra and in the band. He IcC.. State before com– mencement, Lut he returns fre– quently to sec his old c1assmatel:i.

MARIAN A. CHANDLER B.S. in Education BUFFALO Marian is the little girl with the deep voice, and Lhe cute :;mile. The Amile renccts her seuse of humol', and iL is guarunteed not to fade, run, or shrink.

RUTH M. CLANCY n.s. I:n Educatiun NIAGARA FALLS

WALTEli J. CALHOUN D.S. ilL [mJustriul Arts Educatioll BA I.D ~"I N, L. I. 'Valter came to State after three yeal'S of study at Oswego, amI in his flhort stuy here, he has impressed us with his practical thinking. fTe mllst take after his famous namesake.

"Like a scarlet tall.1gcr, slushing the wodd wiLh youth," Ruth is the blush ing brunette whose radiance and vigor seemed to {ill her clusslJlutes with a desire to climb 10 greater heights.

ERANKLIN D. ClIATEIELD VIW Y(.'(lr V DOOlumal DRYDEN We'll wugcr that t he D stands for «Delano," hecause Frank ap– proves of the New Deal. In fact when he starts leaching auto mechanics, he sLales tllut he will start a new deal of his OWIl.

JACK BUVl'ON B.S. in Educutiull GOWAN I)A

JllCk has pcrfonned the feat that every State student desires-a '·straight A average" in practice teaching. nut wc will always re– member him for his obliging service in the library of nights.

CHARLES R. CLARK B.S. in Education RANSOMVILI.E

ANTHONY E. CALOGERO One Year V ucational BRONX Pl'onounced "Colige Hero." Tony stepped into the print shop when A-lr. Huckins was sick, and lived up to his nickname by prin ting The Recurd for us each week.

"1<'01' I love the sky, and the t;igh of thc wind in the b.·ces." Charlie mnflt have had this quotation in mind when he Ole· ceptcd a }losi lion to leach ill u rural school in Wilson.

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CRISTINA M. CORDARO B. S. iu E duc(ltiort BUFFALO "Keep to your word, and honor E'riendship's clolm." Whenever you need I.l friend, or someone on whom you eUll depend. call upon Cristina, for she never fnils.

MRS. ANNA H. CLAUSIUS B.S. in Education B U.....'A LO A nna .is a favorite mnong t he memb ers of one of the K inder– garten-Primary section!;, be– cause of the hO!lpitality she has shown in entertaining at the sectio n parties.

EDMUND A. CZECH n.s. in E dllcation DEPEW

STUART A. COLLINS One Year VocatiQlIul UTIC,\

Ed it; the Iud who uuLOgr'U1hs all the yearbooks "73's." In the langua ge of the rudio amnteur it mean!; " love and ki!>!>e!>." Now yon will not have to explain it, Ed.

".For silence is the wisc man's trlle domain." !'Stewie" is the most quiet of a noisy class of men. except when he is trying to promote a ride home t.o Ut.ica.

JOSEl'fllNE M. COSTANTINO B.S. in EduCUlioft NIAGARA FA 1.I.S 10 hag won (01' herself t he dis– tinction of being the intellectual light o ( the class. It is she who has helped to keep up the stand– ned!! scholaslicully. In (act. 10 has what i!> commonly knowil as n high l. Q.

ISABELLE M. CLIFFORD B.S. in E tlUC«lio1l LANC,\ STER Isubelle made her name known at State by her excellent basket– ball p laying. Her (arne in this field spread far, mak.ing her a ffiCJn he.. of one of the major Leo ms.

LODEMA G. DA(;GETT B.S. in Horne h,'corlOmics BUIIIIALO 'Ve have often wondered who that cute smile is intended (or. Dema n ever wo uld t ell us, hut ahe certainl y mu!;t have plans. She is always trying ont new menus (lnd methods of preparing food,

HELEN L CONROY B,S. in Education FUEnONIA

"Arl'ow!! fly . nol swifter than thei1' aim," Helen's aim toward dl'amatic f?oal!. should be at– lnined if Judged according to their earnestness. We believe she will provide the romantic ele– ment in any play.

ALFHED S. CURTlS B. S. ion lrulu.striul A rts Edlocatiull ltOCIIESTEIl "~::e are going (0 m iss those ex– cellent .marimba solos, AI. It is too had you didn't tcueh one of our fair rnllidcns how to play the marimba. There !;ccrn cd t o be a n llmher who certainly werc in– terested.

DAVIn COHEN Ol/.e Yeor Voootiomd 'BUJ.'J.'AI.o

H A learncd mall is an idler who kills time with study." This cerns to fi t Dave Ilcrfcclly. bceau!>c be col– lects all the high grad es of the one year vocationa-I class.

LOIS O. DAYMAN 1J. S. in Edu.cation BUFFALO

HOWARD U. CONSTABLE B.S. in Edu.cation BUl<'I"ALO Noticc thc wistful look on lIowic' s face. We'll bet he is thinking Rbout tho~e foursomes on the golf links. Or could he be thinking of a twosome?

Add Loia' n ame to the list of Stat e'!:l fair athletic co-eds. She pl'ovides pleMing, hut danger– ous opposition in many a tenni!! game, although she ha sn 't as yet scored n " love" game over any of our classmntcs.

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LUCILLE M. DUGGAN B.S. in l£fJucation NORTH 'rONAWANnA

ROWENA M. DEGRAFF B.S. in Home Eoonomics BROCKPORT Flllxen bair of softest texture and ~m ilillg grey-blue eyes are preciolls to Rowena. TIer nimble !:Y':~,r8 have ofLen flown for the

"Melancholy fol' some remark– ahle reason had skipped her hv." Lucille's smiling rrlsh eyes are always bright, and are power. ful foea of Melancholy.

ANNA M. FAUCE'lT B. S. in Educatiun BA.TII

JAMES DOOLEY One Year Vocational ALBANY

«Nor cared that trouhle loitered ncar, but laughed and drank life deep." Anna hiae's spar· kling Irish humor is shown through her lovely brown eyes. I s it uuy wonder that her sororitl 8isters and friends love her so:

Jimmie evidently plans to he an AlisemLly man in his home town some day. because, right or wrong. he is always right. He hasn't revealed hi s political affiliations though.

RALPH E. EGGLESTON B.S. in Edu(."Utiuu BUFFALO Ralph, class president for the four yea rs of college. is one of the most nble lenders un the eam[)us. AlLhough his exccutiyc duties kcc"J) him bUST_ he always has a .. eunlle-ial' smile fOJ' everyone.

JUl.IA A. DELAHANTY n.S. in J:.'ducutiult llltOCKPORT

Of A girl more refined yon will never find." The color of Julia's hair belies her {ljsl)osition, hright ;md cheerful.

Al.MA M. DOUGHERTY B.S. i.n Education RU}'FALO Having dii:jtinguisbed herself with a straight A average in Ilrnctice teaching, Alma wen dc– lOcrVC8 the name of lhe perfect teacher. ncr fame does !lot cease here for she iB also president of Kappa Delta P i.

MARJORIE .T. FERRIS B.S. in Education ANGOLA

Murge is anOLbcr of State's ex– truordinury teaebers. She comes from Angola. and attracts every– one with h er he31ltiful red hair and bl'oad smile. She adds pep to all of the Senior parties.

EMMA G. DICK n.S. in I:.i.im.:utiun C II RY.KTOWACA

HtANCES M. ENGLISH B.S. in Educatio" FREEVILLE ?\.olost of us do nOt know Fr

Emma is one of the mOBt pOpl!· lal' motoril>ls of the college. " 'hile pl'tictice teaching at School 3"[1, scvcrul of her claBs– males found hcr Funl handy to lise as a lunch cal'.

HELENE M. FERItY B.S. in Hume Econumics SPRINGVILLE

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MARVIN H. GARFINKEL B. S. ill Education BUFFALO Maeve, State's acc pet ition " get– ter-upper." iFl also a philatelist. (in s110rt- a stamp collector). When he is not dOlllg either of these things, you can probably find him directing publici~y for the Men's Campus Club, the Buffalo HoLby Show, or his olhel." activities.

JACK C. FOSTER B.S. in Edncatum N IAGARA .t-'ALI.S

J tick has the knack of descrihing embarrassing moments in such a way as to make those incidents picturcS(llte to 118. This ability has alij0 'hrought Jack fame in Sigma Upsilon.

WILLIAM D. GAMBLE One Year Vocational HORNELL

MAnEI. C. GOODENB],;RY B. S. in Education BUFFALO Mahel must believe that the Buffalo wcather is mild, because she hasn't WOl."n a hal Lo college ever since she was a Freshman. She didn't miss any of the home hasketball games either.

Bill is known 8S "Lickety.Toot" ever since the day he coined the word to describe something in his public SI)caking class. Al. though his middle initial stands for Dodge, he prefers a Chevy.

DOROTHY A. FRICKE B.S. in Educatiou BUIIl-'AU)

]';DMOND GIANADDA n. S. in &lucation BUFFALO

Dot is usually seen dashing wildly around the campus every day. It il; all a Il8 1't of the week's work of publishing Tile Record. which Ahc hus done 80 efficiently for the past yellr. As editor, her first joh was to fmd out what a "h'llI!f·tone" was.

Ed is State's only " geographi– cal" soccer player. T he soccer leilm leurnell more about the geography of New York State from Ed tlwn lhey learned on all of their l·amble8.

MARGARET E. GAIWINER B.S. ilL Education COXSACKIE Morge if! another of our star IltltlCICS. She is chiefly interested in ousketball, but &cvernl of our c1u~smI11es tell \lS that she is quite I.l swimmer. 'Ve know thal she will make a fine "life &8Ver" for someone.

MRS. CAROLINE K. GORDNIER 11. S. in Edu.cation BUFFALO

If eyer you are in doul)t as to thc languune or history of the Romans, dIrect your steps to– ward lhi8 capable Latin student. She will be sure to help you.

AB]'; GABRINER 01U: 1" oor Vocmi()Iwl BRONX

PAULINE GWFALONIE B.S. in EduwtiQIL BUIo'Jo'AI.o Pauline is anothel· of our petite co·eds. She wns onc of the honor students when she gruduatcd from William!'lVille High School, and she is still kcCI)ing up the good work.

Ahe iFl the ping·l)(lng expert of the onc year c1U8S, and he is very lihe.·al with his instwction. His ability with the paddle has hecn it boon to the homc-cc co– ed8, heeil usc he prefers to teacb them rather than hi Fl own class- mates.

lJ\ENE A. GOSIELEWSKA B.S. in /:.,'ducarion Bm'FA r.o Irene's friendl'l tell IlS that shc is one of th08e silent intellectuals in closs but she alwaYR scores on the test8. This is further proven by the factlhat she was selected for Kappa Delta Pi.

ROBERT J. GARDNER Olle l"ear Vocational ELMIRA

"A nd · Strength to Service bowed." Rob says that his mas– sive fram e was not built to fit the scats of our classrooms, but he cun't do anything about it evcn though hc is a c.upenter.

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MICHAEL A. GULLO B.S. in Edt!ootion BUFFALO

JEANNETTE M. GOVE n. S. in Education ROCUJo:ST~I\

Mike is a ve['y active m embel' of the French Cluh where he has Iount! maJly opportunities to ex– press himself ill that language. fle hus also been uSl:!ociated wiLh the Men's Glee CLub.

"Good humor il; one o( the hest articicA of dress one cun weal' in society. II Jeannette's sense of humor will he rememhered hy her classmates aA oue of the most novel.

WIl.LTAM D. GROTKE B.S. in Education BUFI<'ALO

DOROTHY E. HALSTED B.S. in Education Nr,\(;AHA FALLS Dot puts her life in Russ Hewiu's h3nd s every day, when she rides in from the Falls with him. However, she always man– age!:! to get here in lime to wait on liS in the Co~op .

IT av ing joined up with the Inter– mediate Department. Bill was one of thO!'lo males whosc pres– ence was always desirous at section [Hlrties.

ANITA GREEN B. S. i./~ EducaJ.ioll BUI' l'A1..0

GOLDIE HAlT B.S. ill EduC(ltion DU ...... AU)

"Knowled ge. once gai ned, cusLs u lif5hL beyond its own imuu.... ui. lite ooundaries." Anita gains her know ledge in many fields. but she is especially fond of IJitera· tUl'C. We 111$0. learned that she loves to go shopping with hel' mother.

uJnfinite "iehes in a liltle·wom." Goldie is Miss Allen's petite assistant. She is very energetic, and always does her work faith ~ fully aud thoroughly.

GEORGE E. T1AMALAINEN Otle Year VocationaL UOCHESTER HI am a great believer in regu~ lutionA, for evcry thing on earth goes by l'ules." This quotation by Coa tes seems to apply to George, hecause he certainly organiz(.>

FIUEDA M. GUBENKO B.S. in Ednwtion nUI;-~'ALO

Friedu has kept quite busy during her four 'yeal's at Statc. Hcl' chief uulv was that of assisting Dr. Messner, hut she always has time to stop and talk with her c1a8smates.

EDWARD B. HALL B.S. ;'11 Education BUFFALO

ELRANOI{ GRIFFIN n.s. in J::duc

We will always remember Ed as tbe one who intr.oduced those resolutions from the 0001' at the good old Sludent Government meetings. He also likes to write scorching editorials that no oue !;CelUS to under-sttmd.

Eleanor i!:! aHother student who took time out from her teaching to I'eturn to Stule lor her degree. \Ve kl~ow her pupils must have missed that sweet smile while she was gone.

HILDA M. GUERCIO B.S. in Eduootion BUFFA_LO

ESTHER HARBISON B.S. ;,n Educatl:on Bm'I<·AJ.O

Beillg u versatile and accom– plished musiciull, Hilda has eOIl– tl'ibule(i much to OUl' assembly programs, to say nothing of spring ('..oncerLs and other musi– cal activities in which she has had a leading part.

Esther is one of those girls ufon whom we ean always depem to do wha t hal:! to Ledone. She is a fine student lind a prominent. memhcl'ofthe Y. W. C. A., alUl the Women's Senior Glee Club.

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ETHEL HARBISON B.S. in Hmne ECQnomics B UFFALO

Dot~s effel'vescent personality and h er sense of fun , make her a well.known figure around the campus, especially since she is so fond of Upto{w)n that she moved Ileur lhe Psi Phi house.

Ethel is 'lIloLhel' of our cooed!> who expects to make good use of the tl'mning she received in the Home Economics Department. We sec her nround with the Sophomore cla!!!! trcuSurCl',

BYRON W. HILL 13.S. in h,'ducatiuft NrACARA. FALLS

RUTH A. HEELAS B.S. in Education }AMI<:STOWN

.By it; just onc hulf of those famom; Hill brothers of Niagura Falls. He is distinguished for his musical and athletic activities. During the past year, we have known him best as president of Alpha Society.

""Br'ight, peppy. Hnd full of fun - who in a ycur, esteem has WOII." A lthOllgh Ruth spcnt only her final year Ht State, her pcrwllaliLy is one that has made a lnllrkcu impreesion upon U8 .

DORIS L. HARTEL D. S. in 'lome E('VII,omics BU ......AI"'O Doria is one or the best cooks oC the class of '36, but she doesn' t like washing machines ever since the day Rite almos t flooded the home management room when the washer ovel'flowed.

RUSSELL W. HEWITT B.S. iu JlUlustrifil Arts Education NIAGAttA FA!.!.s R1l6S spent his cady life hunting gophe"!', out Wcst. hut he likes it hetter ill Niag.ara Falls 'cause that's where his heart is,

MELVIN B. HILL B .S. in Education NH..GARA FALLS

IRMGARD C. HELLWIG B.S. ill Horne Economics BU}o'FAI..o When we flee Irmr,;unl walking up the cOITidors WIth her white npwll, we cannot help Lut.. lhink how digllifuxl and cfIieicnt.. she looks. She certainly should make an idcal teacher.

Mel is the olher half of those Niagaru Fulls IJI"Olhers. Like By, his fume lUIS heen greal in musi· cui nctivities but sprcml be– yond this when he received that straight A aycrage in practice teaching.

MAUIE M. HARTMAN B.S. in TTome /!'f-'Uftomics HAMUUIIG

EVELYN D. HICKEY B. S. in EdlU:atWft NOIlTIl TONAWAND,\

Marie. one of the knitting en· tlmsiaSHI of t..he college, also likes 10 talk. During her stay at the I)ructice house, she made good usc o( hel' knitting alJililics by making her!'\elf a swcater.

«It's nice to be Ililturlli when you're naturally nice." Eyelyn's naturalness bits imprcB8ed itself upon all of her friends, especial. Iy one who journcy!'! all the way rrom .Eggertsville to see her.

OOHOTHY C. HERRMANN n.S. in J:..'ducatWn BUFFALO "Her skillful fingers could uc· complish the well.nigh impos· Aiblc." DOL is the envy of her !'!ection beclluse of her ability at the piano. You will probably fmd 11(~r playing fOl' assemblies when she !'!tarts tcaching.

CERTRUDE A. HIMMERT B.S. in Edl/.(."Ulion BUFFALO "Shilling loyally unOccLed by doubt." Gert.. is a pl'OdueL of l:Uvcn;idc High School, and she has proven the euJiber of the tl'aining she received there by her work here at State.

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DOROTHY A. HISCOCK B. S. in Art Education S~RNCERPORT Dot's first intel'cst was ill the field of ur t, hut ber later interest in education In'ought her to State. Euucational activities seem 10 run in the family, be– cause Dot's ruther is a member of the school board in Spencer– port.

RACHEL A. HUBBAIW n. 5, in Educati()n WIIITR PI.AI NS

Although Rachel Ann is in t he general college. she is very fond of domes tic activities. She even elected a course in 8Cwing dul'– ing her finnl year. We .'llso lcarned that she is fond of riding in Pullman curs.

RUTH V. HUMAN B.S. in Education NIACAllA FALLS

CHARLES N. HOLT B.S, in Indnstrial Arts E ducation KEEN": VALLEY Charlie, genial section captain of G. I. IV, is envied by all of our winler sports enthusiast s hccuuse he li ves up in the Winter Olympic country.

"Mode!;!y oftcn hides great WOl't h." Buth fulfilled hcr duties aF; a typist on The Reconl very satisfactorily. If shc carrics out her' teaching dlltieR a8 well. we will be interested in watching her progress.

THELMA E. HUBBAHD B. S. in Ei/uootion T,AN(:AS'l'KI{ T helma is the Lhi"d of the Lun– castel' H ubbards to enter State. and she has kept the name in the spotlight durin g her fOllr years here. As co-chairma n of the Sellior ,lh lll. and elulirma n of lhe Spring COllcert, she has proven her ability ttt promoting such excellent an'uit·s.

EUGENE B. HOEFFLER B.S. in Imiustrial A rls Education M INEOLA Gene is always willing to do anything to get w Ille p ublicity for the swimming team of which he is managel', He alw has done a good job 3S B u!'.incsB Manager of '1'Iw Rc(:ord in 1.934-35. a nd U8 manager of the Psi Phi fraternity hOUl~e for the p.nst three years.

WILLIAM H. HYDE B.S. ill. Edflc(ltion Al"f'LETOr.–

HELEN R. nOPKINS B.S. in E ducation BUFFAW

Whcn ]jill grau\Hltcd in J anu. ary. we had to get H radio. he– canse there was no one left to play the Ili.IIlO in Student Ccnter at noon. He was also greatly interested in m.'lthematic!>. and he lIsed Lhis to good :tdvant~pc in keeping lr

Helen has tram.ferred during every part of her euueat.ional process. From these changes, we noticc t hat she gives her car to all, but her voice to few.

GRETCHEN HOLDERBAUM B. S. iu Education BUFF,\.LO Seldom can you visit. the gym without seeing Gretchen some– where. about. She is a No. 1 swimmer and also cngagc!> in baskctbull, badminton, and archery.

ELIZABETH H. HUDACK lJ. S. ill E.'dlU:«ti{)1/. D~PEW " T softly stepped. nnd silence lapped me ,·ound." Elizabeth. ill hel' wOI'k at college, attendcd to her studies, witholJt att l'aeting or distracting the Illtenlion of others.

ROBERT H. HOWARD n.s. in 1I1duslrial A rts Education BUFFALO Bob is t he jack-of-all.trades on thc campus. H is artistic ability bas ))ccn retl eeted on the black– bounls of several of our cluss– rooms, and we will never forgct his drumatic abilitl shown in his interprctution 0 the villain, "IT andie-Bar Hank," in the 1933 Stunt Nite prognlm.

DAVID J ACOllSON B.S, in Education NEWBUItGH

"The du y is short, lite work is much." Duve is kept quite busy with his extra-curricuhll' activi– t icI'>, However, he did mUlluge to find t ime to write {cature stori es (01' The Reco1'fl. bnt evi – dentl y they couldn't find e nough sl"tce for them,

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KATHRYN JOHNSTON B. S. ill. Education B UFFALO

Shirley i$ known for her excel– lence III mathematics. Wc know that she will ' make a very fine teacher, especially after she hal:! pructicet:l so much on her twin brother .lIml sister.

Kuy is the lypical college cooed. Her genuine interefit and en– thusim;m {or college actiViti~' has helped considera bly in rna - ing State II brighler college. He executive nbility is shown by t he ract that she is Vice-Presi(lent of our class, and P rc!;idcIlt of the \ Art Kraft Kluh. "', STELLA KARLAK B.S. in Education LOCKPORT

EVERE1'r E. KOEHLER B .S . in IruZrJ.strial Arts Education BUI<')<'ALO E vereLL has oftell been called "u.cverelld," because of bis por– t raYlil of the parson in the 1935 Stunt N ite program. lIe is quite interested ill chemistry too, and he is never without his trusty slide rule when he goes to Mr. Roesaer's chemistry class.

Stella it; aue of our commuting co-cds. \VhCIl she isn't traveling back and forth between Buffalo and Lockport, you will find her behind the desk of the Lockport Public Library.

JOSEPHINE M. KERR U. S. in P.(/ucalion B UFFALO

EDWARD A. JONES H.S. i" E du<:alioll SPIlINCVILJ. E

Josephine iR a quiet, non·aSSum– ing girl, yet. her participlltioll in the Glee Cluh and other activ– ities, nnd her willingness to be of service, make her work in– dispcll!:lublc.

"Money is the life blood of a Nation." Ed ag rees with this statement by Swift, esp ecially when it concerns State. H is work in keeping truck of the NYA chech has proved tbis.

GEORGE E. KOENIG R S. in /Ildustrial A,'ls Education B UFFALO George Rhould lind the training he received as a member of the c.e.c. very uRdul in his tcach. ing. We notice he is also very much inlerested in newspaper work, or could it be hi s interest is only in the editor?

BONNIE K. KARR B.S. in Education PORT JERVIS

Ronnic' s smile rnay lead you to think of her as ,I pleasure loving lass, hu t behind it ;:111 is a much used brai n often exertet:1 fol' social problems.

JEAN KIMBALL B.S. in J.:;(lucaticJIl. B UFFALO

MARY L KANE B.S. in Edll.cfltion BUFJ.'A LO

"Then seal your lips until the sun discovers onc as fnir. " J ean, one of our petitc co·eds from Kenmore, is Upretty t o walk with. [)ieosont to t alk with, and sweet to look upon."

?1ary is another of our South Park students who found it an udvantage rather than a handi. cap. She says that it is a splendid cxeul:ic to use when she want s to get out oC doing dishes at scc· tion purties.

DOROTHY L. KOHLER B.S. in Education L OWVILLE

WILLIA M F. KEAN n.s. in Edru:atiun LoCKPORT

Dot iR t he pcrl:!oll who put Low– ville on the map. At le

Bill's cnjoyment of sports parti. cipution has placed his name on many loc"l programs, including swimming and cross·country. We like his "Try, try again" altitude.

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EUZEIlIA T. KUCEWICZ n.s. in '&lucati()1t BUFIo'ALO "Much wisdom oftcn goes with fewest WOl"dA." F.nze£lia must ha ve adopted thi" statement of Sophocles as her motto, because she goes ubout her work without much discussion, yet she always knows what ·to say.

WLLLlAM KOLBER One Year V OC«liQllul H llOOKLYN

Bill's classmates say that his mid.dle mllne should he Barry– more, L4...'Ciluse the co-eds admire him, Imt he (CIIwins swlid. He also has It reputation for Lelling '" Inirbl'cdth Httrry" stories.

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I'I1EDEnICK R. KRASSEL'i' n.s. in '"dustrialArts educatiun CATTARA.UGU~ Fred is another of the G. L IV chem istry sh arks, hut we huve fonnd hi A contributions in Dr. NelJm ann' s Economic History class more stimulating than his chemical formulas.

DOROTHY A. KUHN B.S. in Education nIW~'ALO

Dot has her h e'lrt set on Art– thc art of singing. As a memher of thc College Trio, she IHls thrilled us with her voice many timeI'>. \'{ e learned t hat a song, "You've Got Me Going in Circles," wns inspired by Dot.

STEPHANJR C. KOPECK n.S. in P.(/ucaliDn R U .... ·'A I.• O "WiR(Jom is like a dawn that comes III) slowly out of an un– knQwn ocean." Stephanie is well known for her intellectual curi– osity, es pcci.1l1 y in the fields of LilcruLurc und Dnuna. Perhaps lhllt is why she always carries H heavy notebook.

VIOLET A. KUCHAN B.S. ilt Edu.cation E LI1UIU(;1$

Violet is hal( of the Holderbaum– Kuclwlt illsel'llrables-she 1.00, livcs ill t he gym. S he is ·well known for the speed auti accur– :ICY of her anows. Perhaps .Cu– pic] has something to do with this.

BERNICE LAMBERT B.S. in Hurne Economics NlAGAltA FALLS

,ILBERT G. KREINTTEDElt RS. in r-:duoolion Et;t;ertsviUe Al has stirred the hearts of many of Ollr co-cds with his fancy diving in the swim meets, lJUL he is slightl y bashful with the fui r sex, except with a Senior from North Tonawanda.

Bcmicc is Olle oC the New York Stllte scholarship society stu– dents, and she haa made a good recQl'd for herself. She plays in t he orchestra, hut t hey say her chief intcl'est"iA in men.

ANGELINA C. KUHN U.S. in E(lucation l-iOR!S"ELL

FRIEDA KRAMER B.S. in Education N U GAft,\ F,u,I,s

We will always remember An – gelina for the oratorienl pre– senlntion at the Rural Banquet DC '35. Somchow, •• lhe fed schoolho use wilh "the nal? un– furling in the brceze," Will al– W:lyS Iivc in our memory.

"She Jove" good rangmg con– verse o( past. and future days." Frieda is a great lo ver of hook!;, and likes to tell us about them. T he tluotutiolls she gives in class secm most uppropriate.

RICHARD H. LAPE B.S. in Education BUFFALO

ETHEL M. KRESS B.S, in EducUliol/. BUFFALO

Dick's dramatic ahility is well known even beyond the college, despite lhe fact that he generally appears on tbe slnge hehind a set of whiskers. He h,IS s tarted to study Polish now that he is nIl announcer for radio stat iou WEHR.

"'i'nw-mcrit is like ,l river-the deeper' it is, the less noise it makes." Kressie is accluimed for her perfect taBte in h ehavior as well as in dress.

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ELEANOR MACFAllLANE B .S. in E(iucation BU"-FALO Eleanor really should have stud ied Lo JJe Ii leiu,;her of T,hysi· cal education. If you !:ihould doubt that. statement, just ask any me_mher of 1\1r. Coyer's Health n class IU8t semester.

AMELIA A. LA"lTA B.S. in Education nUFl<'ALO

Amelia is one of the most reli– ahle of NIr. PhiIUppi '!'! math students. When she isn't work. ing analytics or trig, you will probably find her catching up on flome embroidery in lhe locker rOom.

EDWARD .T. MASSET Otle Year Vocational BnOOKLYN

ELINOl{ M. LOTTEll n.S. in Education SPIUNGVILJJE

Eddie always likes to "kid" tbe printers in' his dass. He 8ay!:i thut if you WillIt anything "fixed" to give it to a printer. He will fix it as easy a8 "pi."

Elinor certainly knows how to make good use of her time. After gaining considerahle experience at mral school teaching, she came to State l.111tl received hel' degree. Now she is leach ing at Kenmore.

VAllNEll T. ~1.\c1WltlE Olle 1"1;'((/. Vocutiurwl L :TfCA "He'8 thc drummer-man in the IHlnd." Ivlae's vocation if! that of a machinist, hut his ahility at the drumfl keeps om' feet in time with the music when we dance after the basketball games.

DOlUS LEVlN B .S. in E(Lucalion BUFFALO

Doris bud many nl1wmal ex– periences wh ile i1l'3ctice teach– ing in the country, but she f>ays she likes it better in Enfralo. lict' interest in literature helped her to while aw.ay the lime he– tween lesson plans.

MAllGARET E. MASTEI\S B.S. in £ducatioll KIL .... ·.UOIl.,; '"\Vhose work was done e'er other8 thought of (Ioing." Nf arge ean always he relied upon to finish a task before all others. lIer ahilitv and cleverness has made her 'one of lhe leilclen,; in hel' sec lion.

GEllTllUDE LUIllCK B,S. ill. Edaco/,ion DL"FFALO

"My thought!:i are free; t.hey cannot he shut ul?" For one so small, Gertie has large thoughts, She can cagily he heard when voicing het· op'inion on evcnts of current int.erest.

nUTn ,I. MANTER n.S. in Education BUl.'FALO

AARON LEVINE n .S. in E(iucati.on H UFFALO

Ruth is the blondc minister's daughter who investigated t he conditionsat thcSeamen's Uome and reported on them in as– scmbly. We never expected one of the fair sex to inspect a f>ailore' home, but Lhen we guess you can expect alm08t anything from RUlh,

Aaron jllStly dc&Crvc!; the title "State' s Ace Dramatist." His ex:cellen t characterizations in tbe Dramatic Cluh pl'oductions have given us many hourfl of enjoyment.

eLAIHE H. \vhcDONALD n.S. in '~ducali()n BUFFALO A s 11 member of Nu Lamhdu Sigma .and of t.he Dramatic Club. Claire has achieved suc· cess in the fields of literature and dramatics. Perhaps this is. a result of her intercst ill Dr. J\1essner's language and litcra· ture courses.

MAlty G. MATHEWS B.S. in Education RUFF. .t,LO

Mury"s ch ief ambition is to travel. She graduated from t.he three year course in 1933, and "elm'ned to our fold for hel" degree. \x.' e know that shc will make an excellent tcacher be– cause shc is a diligent workel', and she enjoys gronp activitiefl.

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