1930

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r"J =-.J L..L Buffalo State Sltlle UlIil:ersfly ofNeu: York

Copyright 1930

DOROTHY L. RALPH Editor.in.Chief

RUTH R. REIMAN Business Manager

BAKllR, JONES, HAUSAUI!R, INC. BUPFALO, N . Y.

GJrHB ELMS

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Published by The Graduating Classes of State Teachers College at Buffalo New York

FOREWORU

(( The Staff of 1930

has written this record:

(( ... a memorial of our final year before the old yields to the new . . .

MajorJoHN M. SATTERFIELD

We sincerely dedicate The 1930 ELMS to Major John M. Satterfield whose efforts were important in the realization of our new college

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ADELDERT MOOT, LL.D

HENRY W. HILL, LL.D

In Memoriam

In Memoriam

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SCENES

ADMINISTRATION

CLASSES

FRATERNITIES

ACTIVITIES

ADVERTISEMENTS

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DR. HARRY WESTCOTT ROCKWELL

Local Board of Trustees

EnWAHD II. BU'fLEH

President

*HENUY W. HILL

Secretary and Tn'llsurl'r

101-I N M. SATTERFIELD

WALTEn PLATT COOKE

MRS. CAROLINE TnlPP CLEMENT

Mns. MAHY GOWANS KIEPE

THO"AS B. LOCKWOOD

A. CONGEn .GOOUY E.'\ It

* Decew;€(l

DEAN CATHEHINE E. REED

FUll-riff'.

M_arlon P. Dana B.S.. A.M. Instructor in K -indergarlen– Primm)' 1\1 ethod

Haymond M. Fretz A.M. , B.S. Instructor in Science

Rosamond O. Abate B.S. Accompanist

Clinlon B. Burke Instructor in Woodworking

Mabel B. Gilbert Cafeteria lVfanager

Ead Daniels A.B ., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of English

Grace A. Allen, B.S. Assistant Director of Training

Myrtle V. Caudell B.S ., A.M. Director of Home Economics Education

Ruth Gill, B.S., M.A. I-Iousehold Science and Practice House

Gertrude M-. Bacon B.S., A.M. Professor of Elemenlw~Y Education

Robert O. Demond A.B., A.M. Professor of Hi:~tOl:Y

Luella Chapman T nstruclor in Penmanship

Jane L. DiAdario Stenographer

Mina S. Goossen, B .O.E. inst,.uctor in English and Dramatics

H. Arnold Bennett A.B., A.M. Instructor in [/istol)'

l\'1.arion A. Clark, A.B. Financial Secrelary

Andrew W. Grabau B.S. Instructor in English

Helen G. Englcbreck A.B., A.M. InstrllctAJ" ill History

Charles B. Bradley, B.S. Professor of Fine Arts

Mary C. Clark, R.N. School 1Vurse

Homer A. Bruce B.S., A.M. Instructor in EducaLion

K(I thryn S. Graham Stenographel'

John I·'onLtlna Instructor in Afachine Shop

Stephen C. Clemen t A.B., A.M.

Pn~fessor of Education alld Director of Extension

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Sixteen

Edward L. ~lo rrice Illstr'ucLOr in J.11echartlcs

Martha S. Pratt n.s., M.A. Teachf>1' Training. K 'ennwre

~1ar~uerite HanaOll B.S., A.M. I nstrllclOr in Design

Ida L. Kempke Pd.n., A.B., A.M. ProJessor oj English

G. M. Quackenbush,B.S. Assistant Professor of VQcaf,:onalOrganization

David R. Hodgin A.B., A.M. I IlstrllcWr in English

Eileen Mulholland Ph.B., A.M. A .'i.(jistant Professor oj English

:YIildred K riel' Stenographer

George n. Neumann A.B., A.M., Ph.D ProJessor oj Sociology

lasbel R. Houck, A.n. Registrar

Manha May Reynolds A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Assistant PrQfessor of Psychology

Nancyc Lansdale Garment Shoppe j\llanagel'

May C. Nye, A.H., A.M. Instructor in Foods arul r e:xtiles

Huth K Hou.ton, A.B. Professor oj Heahh Education

Gertrude E. Roach, R.N. [Ilstructol' in llealth

\VOl'lh .McClure, A.M. Professor

George Huckins Instructor ir( Priming

Jcnny Hobson, Pd.n. I1Istrllctor if! .I.\1alhemal.ics

M. Louise McMahon B.S. I nstruclor in .¥Iusic

Irving C. Perkins, 13.S. Director and Professor of Vocational Education

Charles C. Root 13.1'.1., M.Pd., A.B., A.M. Professor of Education ufld Director oJ Program,/ii

Jooeph F. Phillippi A.B., A.M. Professor of j\/atlwmatics

Edna V. Hurd Instructor in Nlusic

Chades A. Messner A.B., A.M., Ph.D. ProJessor oj Latin

Nillcteell

Winifred Sa lorn, B.S. 1 nst,ruclor in Health Education

Ruth E. Speir Assistant Professor of M",;c

May C. Turner, . B.S. Instructor in Foods

Lydie A. Chamot French\ School of Practice

Alice n. Spencer A.B., B.L.S. Assistant Lihrarian

Ed ilh H. Schnalz B.S. in Home Economics Substitute I nslruclor in Chemist,)"

Charles A. \' ail .B.S., M.A. Tn strucwr in Science

Mary L. Darker Second Greu/e, School 38

Florence Scoular B.S., M.S. I nstruclor i fl. Science

Amelia B. Sprague 1 nsl.ruelor in' Fine A rts

:Marguerite De Laney Sixth Grade, School 38

Grace Viele, B.L. Lihrarian

Alma M. Shugrue, A.B. Instructor in

Harry J. Steel, B.S.,A.M. Director oj Training and Professor of Educat.ion

Walter B. Weber (n stl'ucWr in Electricity

Lena S. Denecke Readirlg and Literallire School 38

Kinderf!,arten– Primury Method

Mildred I. SipI' B.S., A.M. As,~ istant Professor of Teacher Training

Katherync C. Thomas A.H., A.M. Assislant. Pro/{'ssor oj Goosraphy

_\1ary J. Doe Fourth Grade, School 38

Agnes Agnitch 'third Grade, School 38

Franklin Smith Custodian

Kathl'ine Towne B.S., M.A. Teacher Training, Kenmore

Carrie Benson, H.S. Fow·l.h Crade, School of Practice

Genevieve D. Feuchtet Fifth Grade, School 88

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Edna R. Gardner Fi;fth Grade, School 38

Carl Kumpf Mathematics, School of Practice

T here.. A. Hoehsler,B.S. Second Grade School of Practice

Ella M. Smith Third Grade, School of Practice

Eleanor M. Gover, B.S. S~th Grade, School of P ructice

Martha G. Met7. First Grade, School of Practice

Elm. R. Smith Third Grack, School 311

Frances Rudell Second Grude, School 38

Ed ith A. Henning Tlistory and Geography School of Practice

Ellen Moch ler Second Grade, School 38

Edna L. Shaw Kindergarten., School 38

Incz Stebbins, B.S. First Grade, School 38

Thelma M. Hepp, n.s. Second Grade, School 38

Charlotte M. Moore Arithm.etic, School 311

Elizaheth B. Small English and Latin, SchooL of J>ractic(~

Marion Wakeman, B.S. Sixth Grade, School 38

Lilla L. Gielow lfi.,tory, School 38

Grace Ballard Fourth Grade, School 3H

Ethel II. Hedan First Grade, School 38

Stella O'lIeilly Fifth Grade, School of Practice

Alice McKay, B.S. First Grade, School 38

'M. Josephine Durney B.S. English, School 38

Mal'Y L. Jamison, B.S. Kinderp,urtcn. School of Practice

Mary Hofman Roherts n. S. Fifth Grade, School 3H

LeaIJe of Absence

Faye Keever, B.S. Instructor in Clolhi,,!!,

l\Ilrs. Anna Gemmill B.S., M.A. J futruclor in Chern iSlry

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Twellty.three

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Order of Exercises

Greig

OVERTunl~, ~'SajJors' Song"

STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE ORCHESTRA Miss Edna W. Hurd, Director

Old Irish Air

SONG, with Descant, "Hymn of Praise"

COLLEGE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA Miss Ruth E. Speir, Direc~Qr

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INVOCATION

THE REVEREND CAMERON J. DAVIS Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church

THE CTTY'S PmOE TN THIS PnOJECT

HONORABLE FRANK X. SCHWAB Mayor of Buffalo

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EXPRESSIONS Of' GOOI) WILL FROM BUFFALO'S EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS THE REVEREND PETER J. CUSICK, S.J,

President of Canis ius College DOCTOR SA:!\IUEL P. CAPEN Chancellor of the Uni-versily oj Buffalo DOCTOR EnNEST C. HAHTWJ<:LL Superintendent of Schools, 8uffalo

Perry.Smith

SONG, "Mother of Teachers"

COLLEGE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA

CO::"{GRATULATORY GREETINGS BY STATE OFFICIALS DOCTOR

J. CAYCE MORRISON

Ass;.stant Commissioner for Elementary Edu.cation, State Education Department HONORABLE THOMAS J. MANGAN Regent ~f the University of the State of New York HONOItAHLE MORRIS E. TRE,"IAINE State Comptroller HONORABLE WILLIAM E. HAUGAARD Sta.te Architect

DELIVERY OF THE TRO'VEL

DOCTOR HARRY W. ROCKWELL President oj State Teachers College at Buffalo

ACCEPTANCE OF THE TnOWEL AND LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE EDWAUD H. BUTLEU

President of the '___ocal Board of l\!1cmagers oj Stale Teachers College al Bullalo

MARCH from ~~At.halia"

Mendels'Qhn

COLl,EGE ORCHESTItA

SONG. HAlma Mater"

COLLEGE CHORUS AND TRUMPETS

TUJenty-seven

Laying of the Cornerstone Wednesday, October 9, 1929~ marked a great step forward in education and in the pl'ogrc~s of our school when the cornerstone of the new Sta te Teachers College at Buffalo was laid. These beautifu l buildings go to form onc of the g,'catcst educational centers of Wcsl ern New York. Impressive events- took place that day that will preserve It III the memories of all who participated. We who waited 30 anxiously for the day to arrive felt that as the wa lls rose so should ~V'e rise to our proper place among t he co1leges of the Slate. The new buildings were the last necessary stimulu5 to force realization upon t.he lay mind that we arc no longer a normal school but truly a college. School spirit among the students never before reached such a height of enthusiasm. How proud we were to say we attended State Teachers College. how elated to be present at the ceremonies of the day, and how uplifted as we took pal't in the dignified rites tha-t preceded the spreading of the mortar. None of us will ever (orgel, even when the actual-words are lost to our memory, tlte glow within us as Chancellor Capen of the University of Buffalo and Father Cusick of Canisiu6 College stressed the friendliness that exist!:! between us and the other two great 6chools of Buffalo. Perhaps, though~ the exercise which will Hnger longest in our memories is the actual laying of the cornerstone. Just sixtecn yeara before, October 9. 1913, Edward H . Hutler. Senior, ofTiciated at the ceremonies for the prcscnt build ing. 'Vith a -thrill. as it~ fu ll significance broke upon us. we watcheo Edward T-l. Butler nsc the same tl'owel on thc cornel'stone of our new. building. T he little box in the s tOllC contained interesting information for future gener· ations; a college catalog for 1929·30, a photograph of the breaking of Ihe ground for the new bullding... copy of t he 1929 EL;US~ a progr'am of t he Lake P lacid conference, a ~tudent handuook. a copy of t he prol!rams of the cornerstone layings of 1869 and 1913, an invitation and a program for the exercises of 1929. a list of the studen ts of the college, a document recovered from the cornerstone of 1869 with names of the officeholders in lluffalo at the time, a new!:!papcr clipping publis~lCU in 186Y and a new one-dollar hill donated by Section Two of t he T hird Year Intermediate gronp.

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EDW Aill) H. BUTLER, Senior

Twenty- nine

Lines for a Cornerstone

Sealed against Time, today we se t away The Past within the corner's rugged stone, Whereon our dream, which through slow months has grown, Shan take ito splend id shape in steel and clay.

Sct firm that stone in place. Oh on it may T he building st'1'o~lgly rcsl. Set firm that stonc– Symbolic corner-rock of Wisdom's throne– Preserving, for Tomon-flw, Yesterday.

On this, the on l,)" true foundation laid, In noble pride the building shall arise, Eternal sign of highborn enterprise. With doors wide-flung. And \Visdom, sober aid, Shall lodging find, where with a l5ingIc eye Both Past and Present watch the eastern sky.

- Ead Daniels

EDWARD H. BUTLER, .Jnnior

Thirt'y

Class Song

Will there be elms along Seajaquada, Casting their lace upon t he campus there, Catching the sun upon their ice-clad hranches, U ntit the trees a golden halo wcar?

VAIL

Chorus

Without the elms, 'lid not our Alma Mater, She is a part of trees and clock and lower, It is her voice that murmurs in the treetops \Vhen the clock strikes out the hour.

Of those who'll sing along Scajaquada, We who are leaving now for other rcalms, J\tfake one request on this, our day of parting. And that a plea, a -pica that there he elms.

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METZ

Senior Class Officers

President Rep,.esentati·Vl~ to .sod.fl.l Prof!,rrun Vice-President

ELEANOR PEACEY

ARTHUR l\IIETz

EVELINA MEDLICOTT.

Secretary Treasurer

PAULINE Flr.lGERALD

VIOLA VAIL M,ss GILL MR. MCCLURE

Faculty Adviser...

Thirty:!ive

Thi,otyjoUI'

MARJOnm CHAPMAN C rammar"

AMELIA A(;LE Home £collom;.cl>

Delta Si_gma E psilon; . 1hsketball , '27.'28; Glee Club, ' 29, '30; Section Captain, '30; Y. ' V. C. A. , '30

P hi 'Uptlilon Omicron President. '30; J Ullior Degree Class T reasurer, '29; Ct:nlrlll Council, '29, '30

HAZEl. MARIE BARBER C/'a1lunar

EMILY CHOJ NACKI Crammar C urrent Events Club, '28· '30

"H.ccord" 5t.lfT, '28, Litera"j' Editor '29, Editor-in-Chief, '30;.iterary ~d itol' Ruts S luff. '29

GERTRUDE CHUHCHILL Home Ecoll omit:s Home Economic!'! Clu h

KATIIRYN L. BARNES H ome Ec.vtlQmic.<; Hom~ Economics C luh

ELIZABETH M. BEACH [ntermefliate Haskc lLllll. Baseball, I nvi tation Commiltce, '30

I.. IIAHVEY CLAHK Gnll,,.,/Hlr

ANt\A COFFEY Home Eooll omics

MAl{ Y E. BENZINCER fT mne Ec.:mwtll ics Art K raft Klub; Home Economics Club ; AlplHl Sigma TtlLl

Pi Kappa Sigmn P]·csidcllt, -30: Ddcgatc to National Convention of Pi Ka ppa Sigma, '29; Panhcllcn ic Represcntative. '29. ,'30

HELEN LOUISE CORBY Crammar Cnrrcnt F.vcnts Cluh, '28; Socio logJ Club. '28

ALENE BROWN Hume Economics Hflmc "Economics Cl ub

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7'llirty.six

ALEXANDER CORTI Grammar

MILDRED K. ELLIOTT Home Economics

Deb.1ling Cluh Prc!>idcnt, '29, 30'; Summer "Record" Staff, '28; "Re– cord" Staff, '28, '29

Glee Club, '29, '30; Art l\rafL KI ~,b President, '30; Home Economics Club, '29, '30

DOROTHY M. CRANDALL frome Economics Pi Delta T hela; Y. "r. c:. A.: Homf! Economics Club

BEATIUCE EMMINGER Gramm.ur Glee Club. '26, '27; 'Basketball, '26·'28; Art KrafL Kluh, '23

FRANCES M. CROSS Home l!.'collomics Horne Economics Club; Glee Club; N on- HeAid en lS' Associ ation

ALICE L. ERICKSON Home Economics Art Kraft Kluh President, '28: Home Economics Club

HELEN JEAN DICKINSON Home F,conomies Y.W.CA.; Home Economics Club; Art Kraft Klub Con'cflponding Secretary, '30

DOROTHY M . EWERS !-Tome Economics

Dr'lmatic Gub, '27; Alphu Sigma Alp ha P,'csident, '30;, Chuirman Junior PI'om, '2H; MOVing Up Day Cornrnillce, '30

RUTH M. DOWNES Grcunmar Glee Club; Daskelbull, '26· '23; Art Kraft Klnh, '23

PAULINE FITZGERALD Home Ecollomics

Home Economics Club; Section Captain. '30; Seniol:' Ball Com, mittee, '30

RUTH F. EHRIG Home Economics

LODIS L. G!TIN G,.uml1Ulr

Merrill Palmer Nursery School; Sigma Sigma SignHl; Art Stuff of ELVIS, '30

Debating Club; Men's Glee Club; Junior Prom Committee, '29; Bas– ketball Squad. '27 ; "Record" Staff

Thirty.eight

EDNA GRAMPP Home Economics

MAlUAN K HARRINGTON Home Economics Delta Sigma EpRilon; Phi Upsilon Omicron: Chairman Ring and P in Committee,'30; Basketball Captain, '27

AlplHl Sigma Alpha; Dramatic Club '26; Home Economics Cluh; Cha ir. man H. E. Day Assembly Program, '29

AUGUSTA E. HERSCHEL Kindergarten·Prima,),

GRACE N. GUll. RIND Home HCOfwmics Home Economics Club

Art Kraft Klnh, '26, '27; Dramatic: Club, '26, '27; Rasketball, '20-'29; Current Events Club, '29, ' 30

JUSTIN GUIDA Grammar

LEAH LOUISE JAYNES Crammar NOIl-Residen Ls' AS!:iociulioIl; Glee Club; Orche!:itra, '28-'30

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ELSJF: GUTEKUNST H OJJW 1iconomic.~

Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A.; Phi Upsilon Omicron Secret-ary. '29; Art Kraft Kluh, "28-'30

FRANK WALLAC.E JONES GrUff/"wr

FLORENCE HALE Home Economics Y.,"r.c.A.; Horne Economics Club

CAMILLIA C. KARPO\VICZ Grail/InaI'

GRACF: HANN Home r.'conomic.~

EDWINE M. KOENIG [Tome lc.'collomics Glee Club; Basketball; Home Eco– nomics Club

Pi Kappa Sigma Treasurer, '30; Scetioll f:a\ltain, '29; Y. \V. C. A.; Basketball, 26.'30, Varsil-y. '27-'29; Spring Play, '28

Forty

Forty-one

BERTHA M. KOPEK Kindergarten- Primary Baseball, '27, '28; Baskethall, '27, '28, '30; Sociology Club. '29

Cntlnmar Glee Cluh, '26-'29

MARGARET A. KRUTENAT Gramm.al' Basketbull; N01l.-Residents' Ai'>– Rociation; Graduate of Brockport Normal

ELIZA McLAUGTTLTN intermediffle

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MARGARET A. MASTERS TTitermediale

HELEN M. LAZElt flame £cQiwrnics

Alpha Sigma Alpha; y.W.C.A.; Dramatic Chlh, '27; Moving Up Day Comm ittee, '30

EVELlNA B. MEDLlCOTT Killdergarten- Prima t:~· Dramatic Club, '26-'30; Sigma Sigma Sigma, '26-'30; Vicc·Pr('si· dent., Fourth Ycar CluflR

.TULIA E. LONGNECKER Graml1Ulr Y.W.CA., '28. '29

KATHLEEN M. LORENZ Crullunur

ETHEL MERKEL [,,{erme(/fmc Jnnior Girls' Glee Club

ARTHUR L. METZ C,.Ol1UlIar

MARY ELLEN McGA1UtY Home Econondcs Home Economic!> Club; Rasket. ball; Section Cuptain, '30

Kappa Kappa Kappa Secretary. "29; Fourth Year R~prc!'lcntativc to Social Prol:!:ram; Athfetic Control Board, ·SO; Men's Glee Cluh, '28

Forty-two

Porty-three

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JOAN RASCH flome Economics

FLORENCE E. MINEKIME TIliR.l'meaiale Y.W.C.A. ; C urrent Evellts Club; Busketball

Pi Kappa Sigma Panhellenie Rep– rpsentative, '2IV30; Y. W. C. A.; Stude nt Handbook Committee, '29: Merrill Palmer, '30

JOSEPHINE RAUTENSTRAUCH TTnme ECOIwmics Pi Delta T hcta V ice -Prc~irlellt, '30; Non-R csidents' Association; fi'reuc h Club; Senior Rcprcscntati\,c to Panhcllcnic, '3Q

GRACE E. NOELLEH Home Economics

Sigma Sigma Sigma: Art Editor of EL,\Ii;, '30; Chairman II. E. D av, '29; Meh·iI\-P almer School .

SALLY H. OTTO lTome Kcollomics

MERCEDES RENTZ lntermediate Cui-relll Events Club ; B asketball

Sophomore Clas"" President; Sigma Sigma Si.....ma President, '29; P h i Upsilon () micron, '29, ':10; Social Program Committee Chairman, ':-\0

ETHEL M. PAHKHUHST Hume ecollomics

MI LDHED L. mRRlCCK Home lc.'coHomics Y.W.C.A.; Sociology CluJ,; Hom(' ECOilOmic:.;. CLuh

Varsity ·Raskethall, '27; G lee C111h, '28.'30; A I,t K I-aft K Illh Sec n~ta ry , '30

ELEANOH PEACEY T[omp F.crJ/l(}mic.~

ELfZAllETTI HOWE HOTTle E;f.:OIwmics

Home Economics Cl ub, Alpha Sigma Alph a; Junior Prom Committee, '29

Section Captain. '28; Representa – tive to Social Program. '29: Fourth )'car P I'cRident, '30; Delta Sigma Epsilon; Phi Upsilon Omicron

CLAHA PETERSON H ome E('uTiumics Home Economics Clnh: Costume Committee Dramatic C luh

GERALDINE R UTH HYAN T-fo"w E;a)T1omics H omc Economics Club

Forlyjour

Forty-five

MONICA E. SAHLEN HOllie Ecoflomics Home Economics Cluh; Moving Up nay Committee. '29

ELIZABETH STANLEY G,'mnmar Chairmull of Cap and Gown Com– mittee, '30; Baskethall, '30

STELLA Sli URGOT Grammar

CentJ'al Council l{cprc8cnlallvc, '30; Varsity Basketball. '27-'30; ELMS News Editor, '30; College Cheerleader, '30; Delta Sigmu E p,;i1on

NATALIE A. TRUSCO'lvr Grammar BUflkethall. '29, '30; Social Pro– gram Committee. '29; Y.W.C.A .

MILDI1ED 11 . SLATE ffolllll Economics C iluirm an of F lower and Color Com– mi tLee; A 1' (' K I'~. fl: K lub Vice-Presi– delll, '30

GLADYS TURPELL Grammar

VIOLA EVA VAIL Home ECOllomic.~

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MAR Y L. SMITH Home EcmwmiC!> Home Economics Club; Ri ding Clllh

Art Kraft K lub; Jnnior Prom Committee. '28; E I.iH !:l Staff Assis– tant Art Editor, '30; Class Trcas– moel', '3~

LEONA WOHBOlS Grammar Art Kraft K llIb

T IlELMA SMITH C/'umtrw/'

ALICE WEATHERSTON Home Economics

Alp ha Sigma Alpha; Phi Upsilon Omicron Treasurer ; Raskctball; Home Economies Freshman Class Prc6ident

WILTON D. SPEAlt Grammar

Forty-seven

Porly-six

VOROTHY WESP Home Economics Sigma Sigma Sigma President. '30; Phi UpRiion Omicn)n

FREDERICK C. WUNSCH C/"ummar Men's Glee Club; Men's Club; Band, '27, '28; Orchestra; Psi Phi

ETHEL M. WHITE Intermediate Y.W.C.A.

SOL GlLMAN {ndustrial

HENRIETTA WILLIAMS Grammar

B

OAKLEY IRWIN Crafnmar Debating Clnh Vice·President

HARRIET WINEG,\ II llome Ecmwmic~'

MERCEDES JUNE JACOBS Home E'curwmic.s Home Economics Club

Sigma Sigma Sigma, '26-'30; Vice– President Junior Degree Clas8. '29

HA.JNAL ll. KOKAR l flterme(Liale

PF.ARI. WTTTMAN Grammar Current Events Cluh; Graduate of Fredonia Normal, '29

IBALYA C. KOKAR Cruml1lfU'

J.JLLTAN FRANCES WRH;]r!" Home Economic!> President Home Economics Cluh, '29; Delegate to New York Home Economics Convention, '29; JuniOl' Prom Committee, '28

ROSINA LOCKE K indergarten-Prim.ary

C urrent Events Cluh; Non-Resi– dent.s' Association; Sociology Club

Forty-nine

Forty-eight

MILDRED LYNCH IIome Economics Horne Economics Club

RUTH MARIE MEEGAN Ki1Ulergartelt-Primary

Pi DelhI .Theta Senior Representa– tive to Punhellenic; Ridin g Club

WEBER

MARTINY

MARGARET E. ROOF Kirulel'garten- Primary Current Events Club

CHRISTINE SCHAMEL Home Economics

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SLATER

RINI)OXE

RUTH SCIIRAFT Grammar y. ''f.C.A.; Basketllal1; Baseball; "Reconl" Staff

Junior Class Officers

Preside1lt Representalive to Social Program Vice-President

GLADYS SLATER

MARY RINDO~E

DOitA WILSON Killdel'gm·l<,u-Primwy

DOROTHY 'VEnrORE

Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser

GRACE ~iARTINY

SYLVIA WEBER

Du. DANIELS

Fifty-one

Fifty

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.1ANET H. ADOLF illlermcdiule

ETHEL M. BAKEH Crammar Non-Rc!:iident8' As&ociation; Soci. ology Club

Y. \V.C.A., '28~'30; Re).)reScnlativc {o Central Council, 29; Section Cl'Iptain, '30

HAZEL AHHENS Kiffdergarten .Primof), Dramatic Club, '27; Y.\V.C.A ., '2H, '29; Glee Club, '29, '30

HUTH BAI{I{Y Grammar Sociology l.I II II

~HLDnED ALSWORTH Kindergarten. Prifntlry GI~f~ Club!>

flYA l.Y .1. BASHFORD Ceneral [lUirtstriai

Kapl)U Kappa Kappa; Tennis, '29; Rtskethall, '23-'29; Central Council '28; Men's Club. '28-'29

NEWTON BATES General InillJBtrial

RUTH A. ALWAY Crammar

Men'!;. Club; Psi Phi Vice-President. '30; -President Athletic ASfioei ation~ Basketball, '29, '30~ Basehall, '29,'.10

Rm;kcthall, '27, '28; Junior Glee C]IJh, '27; Section Capta in, '.)0

ELNA M. ANDHE ASON Grammar'

CHARLES BAUMLER Grammar

Non-ReRidclll!:i' AS8ociation P resi. dent, '29; y, \V.CA. Chairman of Itcligiou8 Education, '29; Nu Lamh. dH Sigmil, '28, '29

Pf;i Phi Vicc.Presiclent, '29; Men's Glee Cluh President, '30; Men's Club

ISARELLA BAIRD Grammm' Y.W.CA.• '27.'30; Basketball, '27~ '30

MAHGARET K. W. RECK Kindergarten-Primary Y.W.C.A ., '27-'30

Fifty-t,ro

Fifty-three

IT AZEL C. BECKER Kindergarten-Primary Y.\V.C.A., '28, '29; GleeClub,'29,'30

EMILY M. BONGARDT Intermediate Baskethall, '27-'29; BaAcball. '27

MARION BEESING Kindergal'ten-Pl'imm~l' Y. W.C.A.,'2Q·'30

MARIE C. BONGARDT Intermediate Basketball, '27-'29; Baseball, '2i

LOUISE J. BELTZ Kindergartell- Primmy y.W.e.A.

ELEANOR V. BOOKEY Kindergarten.Primm)'

EDNA BENSON Kindcrgal'lcll-P"illlaty

DOROTHY llRAlNSKY Scholarship

Dramatic Club, '27;

Y.\V.C.A.~

Glee Club

MARY BRODERICK Intermediate

CLIFFORD H. HERG (;Plleml (/l.fZ,fstn:al

KlIppa Kappa Kappa; Senior Ball Committee, '30; Mcn'~ Club, '2R; i\LlIlagel' nm~eb~t11, '30; Dramatic nub, '30

DOROTHY E. BROWN Grammar ELMS Slaff, '30

RUTH M. BLISS KiHdergarlf!/I.Primol:Y Y.W.C. ,I.

Fiftyjour

Fifty:{tve

JEWETT A. BROWN Grammar Men's Club; Men's Glee Club; P si Ph i

LOUIS J. CALLAN Gcrl cml I rtdustrial

P t'csidcnt of Kappa Kappa KUI)PU; Repn~8cntativc to Social Propram. '30; Dramat ic Club, '30; Tenms, '29; J\Ien's Club, '29

PEARL M. CAMPBELL Intermediate Raskethall, '27, '28; Baseball. '27; Y.W.C.A.

V[oLET T . BRUNN

lru.crmc(liulc

~1AHGUERITE E. BUHCH J ffwrmediate Non-Residents' AS80ciation

GLADYS J. CAUPENTER Grullunar Y.W.CA.; Sociology Club

WALTON J. CAllTElt GeneraL Iwlnstrial

CHARLES H. HUTSCLL ScllOlarsldp Vice-Chairman I ndustrial Group

P si P hi; Men's Club, '23, '29; Glee Club, '29, '30; Represental ive (0 Central Council, '29, '30

NORMAN Y. CASEY Scholarship "Record" Staff

M. HELEN BYELtS K inrlergarlcn- Primary Current Events Cluh, '2Q, '30; Soci. ology Club, '29, '30

ELLEN CASSlD Y Intermediate Non-Residents' Af!80ciation

MARY N. CALI (MUS.) Grammar

Fifty-six

Fifty-seven

DOROTHY CONNORS 1ntermediatc Raskcthall. '27

DOLORES CAVALIERI Intermediate Section Represenlulive, '27; Glee CluL, '27, '28

LUCY A. CORTY Grammar

GEORGE CHANKIN ScllOlarsllip Chairman Pennant CommiLtee, Glee Club

Senior Glee Cl ub, '28; Chairman Scnior Ball. '30; Chairman Sopho– more Dance. '28

GEIlTHUDE G, ClTEPLOVE Killll(,,-gurlen.Primury Current Events Club; Sociology Club

MAltY COUGHUN In!erlluxliale y.\V.C.A.• '28-'30; Current Events Clnh

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OTlS H. CHIDESTEIl Scholar'ship Ol'chcstt-a; Psi Phi; "RccOI'd " Staff; Eu(s Bl1sincsf> Staff

GENEVIEVE COYNE Grammar French Cluh; Sociology Cluh

E. C. CLARK Sdwl(lr:ship Chairman Social Committee

ANNA ALl',\ CREfGlITON

CnUJllII.rtr Basketball

ROSE C. Clt()(;LlO [ntcrmcriialc Current Events Club; V.W.e.A.: SocioloSY Club; French Cluh

FLORENCE COE

Tntermediate Orchestra

Fifty-eight

Fi/ty-nine

(;ENEVIRVE E. DUTTON Grammar

MADGE I. CROWN Intermediate Honor Roll, '23, '29

HELEN E. EAGAN Intermediate

ALICE E. DALDl{ Y Grammar Non-Residents' Association; Geneseo Normal

Sigrnll Sigma Sigma; Current Evenb Cluh.Sociology Cluh

.PAULINE EATON (MUS.)

NORA M. DALY b!len,wdiule Baskethall, '23, Sociology Cluu; CnrTcnt Events Club

GEOlIGE U. DA1UlY Schularship Psi Phi; Glee Cluh

OSCAR ECK Sclwhtrship

I;;VELYN P. EDMUNDS Kilulergurte'l -Primary LW.CA.

MARY V. DOLAN Grammar Basketball; Current Events Chlh

DOlUS R. DOVE Intermediflte Section Capt ain, '28, '29; Glee Club. '28, '29

HELEN EULE Gralnrna,. Art Kraft Kluh Treasurer, '30

Sixty-one

Sixty

ETHEL F. ENGLE Kiluj,ergurLClt. Prirltal)' Dramatic Club; Y,W,C.A.; Della Sigma F.psiion

GENEVA FIEBELKORN GrUlnfnar

GOLDYNE P. FINKELSTEIN Intermediate Riding Club; Current Events Club. Sociology Clllb

CHARLES J. FAIUl.ELL General Industrial Orchestra; Kappa Kappa Kappa

ll UGH H. FLAHERTY Sdwlarship Rellrcscntativc to Central Council; "Record" 51 aff

HELLE S. FEINSTEIN Ki,lldCl'b!(u·tcn. Primary Riding Club; Current Events Club; Sociology CllIh

ELIZARETIT FONTAINE 1ntermediate Dramlilic Club; Current Events Club

GLADYS C. FELDBERG Grammar Junior Glee Club; Y.W.C.A.; Cur– rent Events C1uh; RaRkctball

R. W. FOHTmS SchQlm·.~hip

RICHARD R. FERRAND Grammar

Men's Club; Orchestra; Glee Cluh; Ka l)pa KOPIHI Kappa; Band; P ic– ture Editor EU.l S. '30

TDA FOTHERGILL Grummm'

Non-Residents' Association Secre– tary, '29; BnskelhaIJ, '30; Current Events Club

SARA C. FERRIS KinderJ!,urten-Primary

Sixty-two

Sixty-three

DOlUS FRANK Crarnmar French Cluh; Y.W.C.A.; Basketball

EOITH S. GILBERT Kindergarten-Primary y .W.C.A.

NAOMI A. GOLL l llte,.,ne

IDA FHANTZ Kindergarten-Primar)'

Summer "Hccord" StaH; "Record" Staff; Dramatic Club. Current Event!',. Cluh President, '30; Secre– tary Central Council, '30

Y. W. C. A.; Nu Lambda Sigma Secretary, '30; Representative to Central Council, '30

VTHGINIA LOUISE FHEY KiwlerbJurten.Primary Representative t() Central Council, '28; Glee Club

IlUSSEL GHAOEH General J ndltstrial

KATHHVN GANGLOFF

D. B. GHAVES Scholarship

y .w.e.A.; Basketball

GEHTROD ~; K GAVIN I nlermediate Basketball; y.W.e.A.; Current Events Club

ELSIE GHEENWALD

Killdergarten-Primwy Y.\V.C.A.; Nu Lambda Sigma

LUCILE GEHRJNGEll Grammar llsskethall; Cap and Gown Com– mittee

ltOBERT GRENNELL General I ne/us/rial Orchestra; Psi Phi; Men'R Club

Sixtyjour

Sixtyjivc

RUTH HELENE HARRIS KinderbJurten -Primary

LOUISE M. GUARIGLIA KinderBa"len~Pri1nmy Current Events Club, '30

RidingCluh. '28; Current Events Club Treasurer, '30; Sociology Cluh ·30

ROSE M. GUILLARI Grammar Sociology Club

SARA E. HARVEV Kindergarten-Primary

ELIZABETH J. HAUSEN KiJ!der{!,artel~.Primar)'

NORA H. HALLAHAN Killder{!,urum.Prima,y

Representative to Central Council. '27; Alpha Sigma Tau, Sccrctary;28

Sigma Sigma Sigma; Secretary of Sophomore Ch'lss, '28; Panhellenic Association, '28-'30; Dramatic Club

ELEANOR R. HICKEV Kindergarten-Primary

WARD HAM Generallnclustriul Men's Cluh

Alpha Sigma Alpha; President Pall– hellenic ASlWciation, '30; Secretary of Frcshm

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J. MARION HANDY 1nlermediate

IRMA E. HOCK Kindel'garten-Primmy Y. W.e.A.; Student Handbook. Com– mittee

MILUlum A. liOEHMAN Intermediate

MARIE E. HANNO Intermedia/e

Non-Rc,;idclltR' AS!lociatioll; Cur– rent Events Club; Sociology C luh

Sixty-six

Sixty-scvcn

nUTH M. HOF'EnT I ntermef/iatc

FLORENCE G. HUGHES (;rammar Nu Lambda Sigma Vicc-Prcsident;30

GEOHGE A. HOLDEn Scholarship Glee Club

IRVING J. HYMAN Scholarship

.I. S. HORNICK

FANNY n. JACOBSON lnterl1wdiate Baskclball; Y.W.CA.; Curren t Evc~nts Cluh; Sociology Club

EDNA M . JAYNES Kimiergurten-/'rimUIY

GEORGE J . HORN UN(; General Industria/. Kapp.1 K .appa-Kappa

Glee Club President, '30; Non . Hcsidcnts' Association Treasurer, '29; Chairman of Song COHlrni tlt~(·, '30

II E:LEN G. HOSMER lntennediale NOIL-Hesidcnte,' ARsocillt ion

I':DJTH L. JOHNSON Gruflunur

Nil Lambda Sigma President, '30; Chairman Student Handbook Com– mittee, '30; Representative to Cent ral Council, '29; Y. W.C.A.

PEARL ll. JOHNSON Kilulergart€'I_,Pl'itTUlIJ'

LYNN D. HlH'!o'

Y.W.e.A.; Non-Residents' Associa– tion; Bm;ketLuU; Current Events Club

Scholan;hil' Glee CI IIII

Sixty-eight

Sixty-nine

......

LOUISE KIEFER K j nderp,aru·n.Primaf), Y.W.C.A., '27.'30; Art Kraft Kluh. '23; Theta Sigma'Up",ilon, '30

MARGARET M. JUDGE KitlderbWlett-Prirnar,Y Non·Residents' AS8ociation

TILLIE KAISER Grammar

SAMUEL KIMMEL Scholarship Finance Committee

Basketball; Y. W. C. A.; Current Evenb; Club; Sociology Club PrcRi· dent. '30

FLORENCE L. KAMERY Kindergarten. Primary Y.W.C.A.

DORIS M. KNIGHT 1 ntermc(liatc Y.W.C.A.

ANTHONY KRZYZANOWSKI

ANNA M. K,INE Intermediate

General bu/uslrial Psi Phi; Men's Club

I

HELEN D. KELLER Grwrunur Debating Club; Sociology Cluh

CARLTON KURZ GeT/eml Industrial

Kapl,lH Kappa Kappa; Orchestra; Stmlent Handbook Committee: Dramatic Club; Glee Club

FRANCES 1. KEMP KilUlergorlcn.Pri.rrWfT N on -Hcsidcnts' Associa tion ; Y.W.C.A.

LOUISE KUTTLEH Tlltermetiiall! Glee Club. '27·'29

Seventy-one

Sewnly

CATHERINE LINDER K iru1crgarten- Primary

GERTRUDE LANNING Kinde,.~arlen.Primary Glee Club Tre.asurcr, '29

I' ,

RUTH NIOMA LATSCH Intermediate

MARY J. LOVERN

Senior Ball Commiu.cc, '30; Gle(~ Club, '28·'30; Pi Kappa Sigma

Grammar

MURIEL MAcLAREN Kimlergartcn-Primary Glee Cluh

BESSIE "EEGE [nlermediale

GLADYS M.-IGRAW Intenllediute Non-Rcsidenlr;' Association, '28, '29

MINNIE LEFFLER Intermediate

HEN RY MANDEL Sclwlurship

FAY LEIDY Kilulergurlelt-Primary

Se...tioll Captain, '30; Chairman Finance Committee, '30; Kappa KUI,pa Kappa

Sophomore Program, '28; Senior nail CommitLee, '30; Dramatic Club; Seclioll Captain, '211; Alpha Sigma Alpha Vice-President, '30

NORMA i\fARSH Kindergarten- J 'rimmy Kinde-rgarten-Primary Day Pro– gram, '29

lWTH A. LEV1NESS Kindergarten.Primal), Y.\,\i .CA.

Seven~y -three

Seventy-two

MABEL McELROY GI'{fTnmm" Current Events Club, '28-'30; Non. RCFddcllts' Association, '29, '30

CLARENCE MARTIN General Industri(r/ Section Captain, '28; Psi Phi Pl'csi– ilent, '30; Men's Club, '29

CATHERINE McENENY C,"arnmar Fr"ench Club Treasurer, '28. '29

MARIE J. MARTIN Intermediate Sigma Sigma Sigma

HELEN MARIE McGEORGE Killdergarlen. Primal~v Y."\lr.c.A.; Senior Glee Club Secre– tary, '30; Current Events Club

GHACE MARTINY Grammar

Basketball, '28- '30, Champion Team, '29; Alpha Sigma Alpha; SeCt"ctary of Third Year Graduating Class, '30

RORERT P. McINTOSH SclwLursllip Circulatiofl Manager of the "Record"

KATHHYN L. MAY

Inl~rmC(liate Y.W.C.A.

Ii

I

Dd,oNA F. McKEE Kindergarten-Primary

JOHN J. McCREADY General Industrial

Glee Club, '29; Dramatic Club, '29 Kindergarten-Primary Play, '29; Bm;kethall. '28

Orchestra; Glcf' Club; Psi Phi; l\:{en's·Club

ROLAND A. McDANIELS General Industrial

LORETTA McNAMARA

Kappa Kappa Kappa; Glee Club; DraIllatic Club; Baseball; Central Council, '28, '29; Cia!:!"" Man;hal Moving Up Day. '29.

Intermediate Basketbalt

Seventy-five

Scventy:four

I'

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CAROL MEEHAN ItllPrmediate

CHAULOT I. MOEHLAU Grammar

HELEN S. MEINECKE Grammar

I

Glee C luh, '27·'30; Y.W.CA .• '2B: Basketball ClwlIlflion Team. '~t}: Theta Sigma U!milon

MARGARET MONTGOMEHY

G,'UlIUnUr

GERTRUDE METZ Grummar 'Rasketball

LOUISf; H. MORTON KilUlergarwlt.Primary

Sccl'dal'Y Ridi ng C lub, '29; Glee \.Iuh, '28

RUTH M. MILLOY Gra.I11f110r

ROSE NAIDITZ

Pi Kappa Sigma; Section Captain, '28 ; Vice · President Sophomore Class, '29; Basketball. '28

DnUTHllic C lub

CLARE MINGLE J IIlermedialc

ALFHIEDA NEMESCHY (flw ,.",ediule

BaAkctba ll,'28-'30; Chaml)ion Fresh . man Team, '28; Student IlIlHlhook C:omlllilh:e, '29; Hing and Pin Corn. miLlcc, '30; S,cction Captain

MARY A. MITCHEI.1. Grwnlrlur T heta Sigma U()Silon ; Dramatic CluL; Glee Club, '28

ETHEL ,,/F.UMAN J" (.erT/l('(liate

SeventY·,fJix

SeventY-Sleven

RERNICE IRENE KF.WMAN (;rllmmw' B.1Skethall Chamvion Team, '29; J 1I1ltOl' Glee Club, 28; Thda Sigma Upsilon; Secretary PanhcIleuic As· sociation; E I.M S Staff

LILA BELLE PAGE Grammar Thew Sigmu Upsilon; Husk.c~L all , '21::1; Spring PIIlY, '28

JAMES PARKES. JR. Schoialghip Kappa Kappa Kappa '

RUTH M. NEWMAN illtermcfliate Glee Club, '28; Y.W.CA., '23

HELEN PAUTLER l'lwrmcdi(lte y.w.e.A.; Hw,;kcILall, '28-'30; French Clu b. '28

MAllY NEWTON Intermediate Riding Club, '28

HELEN NICE btlel'T1u¥liale F rench Club. '30

MEYER PINE Sc/w/arsllip

DORA POLOGE Sclwlanihip

DOROTHY O'DONNELL Kindergarten-Primary Huske lunl1, '28; Baseball, '28; Pi Ucha Thein

R ing and P in Committee, ',10; Y.W.C.A.; Kon.Res idcIlIS· Association

T.TLLIAN A. ORING Ki/~dergarlC1t.Pri11laly Buscb.dl. '28; 'Basketball, '28; Pi Della Thelu

KATHARINE PORCHER Trltcrrtlcdiale Y.\V.C.A.; Riding Club. '28; Pi Delta T heta President, '3~

Seventy-eight

S(,~nty-nine

EVELYN T. JUCH Grammar Nu ~a.mhd~ Si~mt\, '27-'30; Y. W,C.A., 28· 30

ELIZABETH M, POWERS Illwrlllcdia((! Y,IV.C.A.

MARY RINDONE CranunuI"

DOIIOTHY L. RALPH Intcrmediate

Pi Kappa Sigma; Representative to SocIal Program Committee; Central Conncil, '27-'29; Glee Club; Y.W.C.A.; Chairman Class Day; Dramatic Cluh.

Edito,..in-Chief the E,,;u,s; H.a.~hl' ball Freshman Ch,'nnpron l~am, '28- DClegate to Cortland llay– day. '29; Class Marshal Moving Up Day. '29

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MARION G. ROGERS Ki/l,derbl(1rtcl~.J'rirnary

MARJOR IE F.. RANDALL Ki/l(/cr~(J/1CII-Prim(l":y Current Events Club, '30

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CHARLES 1. ROMANS Scholarship

HARRIET L. REED GrWn"W1'

GLADYS RUHLAND Grallun.ur "Record " StliffT.itcral'Y Editor, '30

RUTII 1\. REIMAN Grumm(lr r "Ollt of Riding Club. '28, '29; rC!;1ll . I E '30, n . ." i\fm1a"er tIe LMS. , , r )IISIl1e,,~ 0, 0 J' GI n k tball '28· .3; umor cc IlUI'> C • d" S ff '29 Cluh, '28; "Ilccor . ta ,

MARGUERITE RYAN Intermediate Drumnlic Club. '28·'30; Pi Delta Theta SCCrt:lury. '30

HARIUET E, RICE Inlel'tIler/ialc Non.Residents' Association

Eighty-olle

Eighty

MARTHA SAlLE intermediate

ELEANOR SCHIERSING Gra,nmar

Glee Club; Section Captain, '28, '29; President of Y. W.C.A .• '30; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Delegate to Cortland Playday, '29

KATTTERINE SARGENT Crammar

EMMA SCHMIDT Grammllr

Theta Sigma Upsilon; Y. W.e.A.; Representative to CentTal Council. '30

Y.W.CA.; Alternate to Central Conncil; Senior Girls' Glee Club

BERNICE SAVAGE Kiflderg(Jrtcn-Primary Y.W.e.A.; Current Events CILIh

!\IAlHAN K. SCHMIDT Grmnmar

"Record" Staff, '23; Y.\V.C.A. Sec– retary, '3D; Chairman Invitation Committce:'30; Nu Lamhda Sigma, '28.'30

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WESLEY G. SCHNEIDER Gel/eral ilHluslriul '28~'30; Reserve Baskethall, '29; Men's Club, '29; j\'Ien's Glee Club, '28 Kappa Kappa Kappa,

CHRISTINE SCANLON KindergarteTl.Primflry

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Glee Club, '28-'29; Basketball, '28; Y. \V.C.A.; Art Kraft Killb, '30

ALlCE G. SCHAFFER KiJll/ergarl(!n. Primary

ELIZABETH SCHlWEFER 1fttermediuw J nnior' Glec Cluh Secretary, '28; SceLlon T r'casmcr', '30; Uasehall,'27

LEONA SCII\YEGLEI\ intermediutl' Orehestr

DOItOTHEA R. SCHlEB flll.ermedhac Y.W.C.A.

Eighty-three

Eighty-two

JENNY L. SCIBETTA 1nterJ1wdiate Baskelball, '27. '30

LOUISE SIEMON Grammar' Theta Si,p,:ma Upsilon; Y. W.e.A. Cahinet, 30

GLADYS M. SLATEU Grammar

Theta Sigma Upsilon; Sophomore Repl'cf>cntativc to Social Program; President Third Year Class; Basket· ball Champion Team, '29; ELMS S taff, '30

ELLSWORTH E. SEITZ General 11/.dwSIriaL ~Terl 's Cluh

PAULINE C. SETTER Kindergarten-Primm)' Alpha Sigma Alpha

GLADYS G. SMITH Grammar Y.W.C.A.

HENRY A. SMITH General Industrial

Kappa Kappa K

W. H. SETTLE Scholarship

AUGUSTA M. SHEEHAN Kindergarten-Primary Basketball, '28; Y.\V.C.A.

LUCILE SMITH Kindergarten'P1'imary Y. W.C.A.; Senior Glee Club; Pi Kappa Sigma; Baflkctball

WELDON SHEPAnD General Industria! Psi Ph i; Varsity Basketball, '29;30; Men's Club

MARGARET SMITH Kindergarten.Primary Clafl8 Day Committee, '30; Section Captain, '30

Eighly:lour

Eightyjive

ODF.LL T. SMOAK Scholar.~hip

GEORGE STOEllEH, .TTl.. Schularship RaRketba ll

CAHT. STONEBEHG General Imlustrial

BELLE SODIKMAN Grammar BaAkctbaJl, '28; C urrent. Eveuts Cluh; Fr'cnch Club

Kapl)U KOPIHl Kappa; Dramatic Club ; Glee Club; Chairmull of GCllcrullndlistrial GruuuulingClass

DOIlOTITY M. SPENCEJ{ J.:.ilfdergurlen- J )rimwy Y.\V.C.A.; C urrent EventA Club

GLADYS M. STTl. TNGEH lntennediate Y.\V.C .A.; ChrisLrn ns P lay ; '27. '28; Senior Glee Club

BEATIUCE D. STEFFAN 1 llCerItH!(Jiale Pi Della Thl'!ta; "Baseball. '28

DOROTHY SULLIVAN K ill(lcrgorten. P rimflry Baske tball

EI.VEHA E. STHACHAN IlIterme(Jiute D:lskl'!lbn ll, '28, '29

LlLEEN SULLIVAN InwrmcdiuIC r.askc tllall, '28- ';10

TlI~LMA S\\'ACHAMEH Gntrnmur

DO[{()TUY STEPHENSO:'< Intermediat(' l?clta Sigma -r::ps!lon~. Delega te to Central COliIlCII, 28·'30

T heta Sigma Up6ilon Pr·csidc nt, '30; Basketball Champion Tcam, '29; S,wing Piny, ·28

Eighty-six

e ighty-setlell

L. HOWARD SWAIN General lru/ustriul

NOHMA TURVER G'"(Ulunar Y.W.CA_; Sociology Cluh

Treasurer Freshman Class, '28; Men's Glee Club, '28; Kappa Kapl)U K apra Vice.Prcsident, '29; Spring Play;'29; Men's Club, '28

RALPH E. THEOBALD Grammar

CHARLOTTE J. WAGNER r ntermerliate Sociology Club; Current Events Club Vice-President. '30

Men's GleeCluh; Men'!:; Club.New~ Editor "Heeord," '29, '30; Ed itor SUJnmcr "Record"

VIRGINIA G. THORNTON Grammar Baskelhall, '27; Riding Club; Art Kraft KluL; Current Event;; Club

F ·'NNIE WAGNER Kindergarten-Primary Current Events Club

SYLVIA WEBER Ki1Ulergarten-Primury

VIRGINIA TOERNER KinderBarlen-Pril1wr.v Delta Sigma Epsilon

Trcmmrer Third Ycar Class; ScniOl' Girls' Glee Club; c.urrcnt Events Club; Chrifltmas Play

HAlUUET THAGO Kitulcrgartcn-Pl'i.mary Theta Sigma Upsilon; y.W.e.A., '211·'30

J. KELSEY WEBSTER Grammar Literary Editor ELMS, '30; Dramatic Club; Debating C:lnh

FRED TUCHOLSKI General I ndu.stria.( Kappa Kappa Kappa; Glee Club; Men s Clnh

BELLA WEEKES

C,.urnmar French Club

Eif,hty.eighl.

Eighty-nine

JANINA WEGLEWSKJ Interme

BERNADETTE WI. WTNTER [Illermediate

DOROTHY W. WETMORE Grammar Theta Sigma Upsilon; Section Captain, '21:1; Vice-President Third Year Graduating Claf>A; Junior Glee CluL, '28

ANNA WOLFSON Crwnmu,,. Basketllall

ELMA L. WILEY TntermcdiulC Orchestra

JOSEl'HINE WRZESINSK, Intermediate Y.W.C.A.; Current Evenl-s Club

GLADYS C. WULFF Killder/durum.Prilllwy Baskethall; Non-Residents' Associatiou

EVELYN WILKINS Gramm(lr

RUTH A. WILSON Crummae

MARIE ALlCE WUNSCH Kifldergarten .P,-imary Kindel'p-tll'tcn.Primary Play, '29; Ba"ketball, '28

MARIE V. WINNERT K inrlergartc" .. P rimar), Kindergarten-Primary Play, "29

JAMES J. YOULL ScllOlm'ship

Ninety

Ninety-one

*' * * *

LOHUATNR SLAVEN !Ulcruu ... 't!iate

LI LLiAN R ZDAHSKY JII/cf'rrJ (](iiaM

Alpha Sigma Tall; Orchestra Secre. tnr·y.Trcmmrcr. '28, '29; Glee Club; E I.M!-i Stafr. '30

ETHEL ZUBKOH' Grammar Glee Cluh; French Club

DORIS GUlTMAN Grammar French Club President

JSAREL ANTHONY K ilHlergm'wll- Primar)'

KATHRYN HUGHEY 1ntermediatc Non-Residents' Association

LEIGH AUCHMOODY General Industrial

JEANNErm KIHKWOOD Grammar

DOUOTTTY M, LAYEU Kifl(lergarte/~-P"imary

HRnTHAM A, MILLER Grammul'

Class 'f.'easurer, '28, '29; President of Orchestra; PAi Phi; Glee Cluh

CHAULOT'l'E W, L.HEAU I'lterlltcdiolc

UUTTT LOESER Killderfprtml-Primary

WALLACE ORMSBY

Crmnmar Orchestra

N inety-two

LOIS L. MAUS Crammar Glee Club; Y.W.C.A.

MARY JANE MUJU'HY KiftdergurteftMPrilttal)' Riding Cluh: Bai'>kethall; Glee Cluh

EDITH OTTO Kindergpl'lefi M Alpha Sigma Tall

Primary

ALFREDA PU(;ELL Kinderfl,arlen-pf'irnary Currcnt Evcnts Clnh

MAlIjOlIU; SHERMA'l KifHiergarten- Primmy

JULlA WEDEKINDT Kindergarten-Primm)'

EMMA A. WEGENER ffl/.ennediate

IVinety1 0ur

REYNOLDS, ALLEN. ISAACSON. CLEGG, LARSON

Activities of Junior Degree Class

Junior Class Degree Officers

The activities of the Junior Degree Class for the year 1929-1930 began with a get-together party in October. This was the first time the Juniors of the General College and t he Home Economics Juniors were together as one large group. At this time. Miss Sipp was introduced a~ Faculty adviser. JU8t before Thanksgiving, the class gave an afternoon dance in the gymnasium for all the student body and Faculty of the school. The biggest and most suc.:c.:essful undertaking of the dass was the Junior Prom held at the Twentieth Century Club. December thirtieth.

AGNES I ~AACSON

President

Representative to Social Program

HELE::'i SUE }{I~Y NOLDS

Vice- Presiden t

WINlFltlm ALLEN

S(,'Cretary

ALICE LARSON

Treasurer

MARY CLEGG

MISS S'PP

Faculty A dviser

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RALPH, IT UBER, ECKHARVT

Sophomore Class Officers

President

THEDA ADAMS

Representative to Social Program

MARGARET UALPH

In Memoriam

Secretary

ETlU:L HUBER

Treasurer

MARJORIE ECKHARDT

ESTHER HARTUNG

Faculty Adviser

MR. MCCLURE

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Freshman Rules - Freshman Week OCTOBER 14, 1929

Freshman Class Officers

I MONDAY Freshmen are to obtain at least twenty-five autographs of Faculty and Upperclassmen. II TUESDAY Freshmen are to sing their Frosh Song in Assembly.

FALL TERM

*MAR¥ E. O'NEILL

President Represenlal,ive to Social Program Vice-President

MARY LOUISE HEFFLEY

Freshmen girls are to wear hats all day. Freshmen men are to wcar Froah caps.

M . DUROTHY DUFFY M AUELINE T. FALKNER *GERTR UDE F. CONNORS

III WEDNESDAY Each eection must submit an original piece of work representing the entire section at 9 o'clock. Vocational -and Home Economic3 arc included. The table will be pro– vided in the front hall to accept the offerings. IV THURSDAY All Frosh are to weal' license togs which will he sold in the front corridor from 8:30 to 9:00 for 1 cent each. Freshmen are to attend- the dance given by the Sophomores ill the Gym at 4 o'clock. GENERAL RULES I All Frosh to say "I-Tello" to all Faculty, Upperclassmen and co-sufferers during the week. II All Freshmen to comply with all demands of Uppelclassrnen and Faculty, such 3S carrying books, trays, etc.

Secretary Treasurer

* Resigned

Early in the second semester the following ofliccrs were elected to take the place of those who resigned:

EUGENE -FRANK

Presidenl

ALICE FISHER

Treasurer

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Stars

Alone in the night On a dark hill With pines around me Spicy and still, And a heaven full of stars Over my head, White and topaz And misty rcd; Myriads with beating ne. rts of fire That aeons Cannot vex or tire; Up the dome of heaven Like a great hill, I watch them marching Stately and still,

And I know that I am honored To he witness

Of so much majesty.

FRATERN ITI ES

-SARA TEASDA LI~

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Friends

I have a friend whose stillness rcsts me so His heart must know How closely we together, silent, grow.

I have a friend whose brilliancy inspires And rarely tires When we two warm our spirits at his fires.

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I have a friend whose charity delights In others' rights. We two sit talking often latc of nights.

I have a friend whose discipline I need; We have agreed That neither from this schooling shall be freed.

I have a friend whose calmness some mistake. But we two make Of suffering more than just its grief and ache.

I have so many friends- each one fuHil1s J list what God wills. For He through them His best in me instils.

And so twice fortunate am I to find Friends great and kind- Eacb one himself, yet part of God's own mind.

-VLYN JOHNSON

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Members

ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA ELEANOR R. HICKEY

COFl/EY, MURPIIY, CORCORAN, MOULTON, Ewrms, HARRINCTON, DURANT CARMODY, Do ELMAN. PORCIIEIt, CONSTABLE, HANN, R.~UTENSTRAUCII, Hmo, WESI' WARD, SWACHAMEH, NEWMAN. HICKEY, 'MRS. NYI~. LESHER, HAUSEN

THELMA CORCORAN

DOROTHY EWERS

ALPHA SIGMA TAU

E I..EA NOH Illnu

KATHEIUNE FEW

IIUIA CAHMODY

Panhellenic Association

DELTA SIGMA EPSILON

OFFICERS

JEAN A. MOULTON

CANDACE DOELMAN

MARION HARRINGTON

President

ELEANOR HrCKEY

PI DELTA THETA

Correspondin.g .Secretary

RUTH MEEGAN.

LmA DURANT

KATHARINE PORCHER

Recording Secretary

BEHNICE NEWMAi.\"

PI KAPPA SIGMA

Treasurer

GnACE LI~SHEH:.

MARm MultplI"

JOAN RASCH

ANNA COFI"EY

FaclJ.Uy Adviser

MRS. NYE

SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA

DOHOTHY W ESP

E I,I"::,\BE'l'H IIAUSEN

GHACE LESHER

THETA SIGMA UPSILON BERNICE N KV\'MAN

CATHEIUNE WAnD

THELft.lA S\"ACHAMER

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