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ALMA MATER
As the evening shades are falling,
And the day fades into night;
Pause a moment in the gloaming
To salute the Red and White.
Flag of red, our badge of courage
With your gleaming letters white;
Emblem of our Alma Mater
Guide us onward toward the right.
Though our ways may part forever,
In our hearts there shall be bright
All the golden memories gathered
'Neath the Banner red and white.
Flag of red, our badge of courage
With your gleaming letters white;
Emblem of our Alma Mater
Guide us onward toward the right.
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We dedicate this ...our
1942 CARDINAL
...to
the raw material out of which a better world
will be built — children, all children, everywhere.
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P.S.T.C.
April 13 will hereafter be known in Plattsburgh as a date of great joy and
thanksgiving, for it was on this day in the year of our Lord one thousand
nineteen hundred and forty-two that Governor Lehman signed the Feinberg Bill. With that little gesture—that slight expenditure of energy—our
future and that of our school was brightened as by a thousand-watt bulb.
From now on we can proudly say, "We go to Plattsburgh State Teachers
College." That is, we can say it after July I, which is practically as good.
The legal red tape which prevents our immediate adoption of the title
cannot hamper our joy.
The news which came as such a welcome surprise was in reality not a
surprise at all when you consider the time and unfailing energy which
Senator Feinberg and so many others spent toward achieving this goal.
We who benefit directly by the passage of the bill can't give too many
thanks to those who were responsible for it.
Good things always come in bunches, and while the latest news tends to
cover up that which has preceded, the granting of degrees earlier this
year to elementary students can't be overestimated. The past year has
been so chock full of great events that as grandpappies and grandmammies
we'll never lack for something to tell the little kiddies that flock 'round
our knees.
Lest we forget, in these years of excitement, our school's past history has
been long and illustrious. For fifty-two years it has been growing and
ever changing to keep in line with the latest trends of education. The
story of "the Fire" has become a part of everyone's store of school lore.
What is most important to us is that everyone "banned the black despair"
and "built again anew."
In the words of Dr. Ward, "The task wc have is to make our college
richer in the lives of all who may come to the Plattsburgh State Teachers
College in the years that lie ahead."
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BUILDING....
The Plan
DR. CHARLES C. WARD
. . . . His influence is felt in every phase of our school life where
democracy and self-realization are the key words. . . . His plans
for us are great—and so is his faith in us. . . . If we can follow
the example he has set we shall be well prepared for all the jobs
ahead of us!
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1942 CARDINAL
Through the panorama of history, the theme of the 1942 CARDINAL,
"Building a Better World," has been the promise of religion, the dream
of philosophy and the hope of the common man. Today we are engaged
in a mighty conflict to make possible, for all the peoples of the earth, the
realization of this ageless hope.
At last we know that without the good of all of us there can be no good
for one of us.
If we are to preserve justice, liberty and opportunity,
then must all peoples have justice, liberty and opportunity.
As this is written, I think in retrospect of all our students in Plattsburgh
have done to achieve a "better world" within the orbit of our own lives.
More than ever you have accepted the harder tasks, given more than has
been required and sought new opportunities for service.
Within our
school you have established a greater justice and made possible a more
complete freedom "within the law."
Because you, and countless others
throughout the world, have done this, the crisis of today will pass and
the vision of a better world, a world of justice and of peace, will become
the reality of tomorrow.
CHARLES C. W A R D
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They're busy people,
these faculty members. . . . Tops in
educational work; training us to follow in their profession—human beings, giving advice and counsel where it's most
needed—sharing in plans, work and play!
Educators . . . . folks . . . . workers . . . . they're fine!
HOUSE OF
DELEGATES
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"The hand that holds the purse strings holds the power"—and the House
budgets student fees with due solemnity and carefulness. . . . Chief exponents of the democratic form of school government
responsible directly
and indirectly for about everything that goes on around here. . . . Joe
Doe can sit in on meetings—if he can last the usual two-hour sessions! . . . .
Social activities, assemblies, student guidance, Red Cross and similar stuff
—the House has a committee for it. . . . All in all—it's a darn good
representative group, and does a super-deluxe job!
tresiient—RUTH
PEASE
Viee-PrrsiJeml—VERNON
RecorJing
MARLEAU
Secretary—DOROTHY
Corresponding
HILLBERG
Sn rettry— A N N E GRASSETTE
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STUDENT COUNCIL
The powers that be. . . . Be what? Behind the throne, of course—the
House if you insist upon being technical. The stronghold of democracy
—and of women, curses! Here you behold the illustrious and industrious
House officers and standing committee people—Heil Heinklc!
They
meet in 202, once every two weeks or so. Behind closed doors, with the
shades pulled down, they discuss deep, dark secrets. . . . "What, for
example, needs to be done at the next House Meeting?" "How to keep
the townspeople impressed with our good manners," and, "What is this
democratic thing, anyhow ?"
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WOMEN'S RESIDENCE BOARD
M a r y Burke
( jiherinc Cauidy
Barbara Croiby
Margaret
Deyo
Ellen Dobbt
June D o c t o r
illume
Doddi
Julia D u n n
House presidents all . . . . and with a mighty mission; keeping nearly
400 women healthy and happy. T a i n t an easy job, but cooperation with
the Dean's office and a little thought on the side do wonders. Friday and
Saturday nights are really something now, with the "twelve o'clocks"
allowed under the new House rules. . . . That's what we call progressive
education! And the Senior girls with their off-campus problems—oh,
the Board will solve that too. . . . Worried about what to do in a blackout?—Just turn to your house president, the h. m.'s assistant. . . . And
how would you like two one o'clocks a month, girls? Oops—pardon—
just dreaming again!
Eleanor Edward«
Mary
Hagan
Marion
Hewitt
Helen Johnton
Muriel Matott
Dorothy
M.CIrllan
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Margaret Stadel
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Phyllii Welling
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V„ , PresiJeml—JULIA
DUNN
SecreUry-Treäsurer—MARIAN
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INTERFRATERNITY
PresiJeml—JUSTINA
COUNCIL
JUNIOR
Viet-PresiJeml—ELIZABI
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Seerel»ry-Tre*smrer—ANNA
HUFFER
RYAN
D o n a l d Dcdrick
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Betty
Intersorority would be a better handle—three sororities and a "frat"
send members to form this regulating board.
Rivalries are frowned upon—nay, squelched! The Interfraternity Dance
—highlight of Rush Week—first proof that four can work as one. Bidding. . . . More evidence of harmony when the preferential bid system
was unanimously accepted. Listen now—this dignified bunch didn't
sanction hell—(can't say it out loud) week—or did it?
Shucks, maw, we're only young once. You've gotta get some fun outa
life.
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Jutiina J u n i o r
Claude LaPlante
Marjorie
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Mjf> I Jith \l..ran
Kathleen O ' N e i l
Anna
Jane
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The Builder
SENIORITY
They tried to take Plattsburgh by storm . . . . knocking over old precedents, starting new ones . . . . trail-breaking's been their hobby.
Call
it classical license. . . . call it initiative . . . . or maybe just a yen for
sheepskins and PSTC.
Innovations . . . . first frosh hazing . . . . then
Junior Week . . . . and those other things we were quick to pick up and
carry on as traditions. . . . All mixed well with steadiness and clear thinking in making and carrying out of plans. . . . Remember Dapper Dan
LaPlante and his b a w t h s ? . . . . Davis and his girdle?. . . . the intelligentsia—
Daily, Condon, Adams and Davis. . . . Big Yock on the basketball floor,
and we do mean on it. . . . Golden, his trumpet, and most any piece. . . .
Colorful personalities aplenty . . . . and why don't you ask Nitzi what was
that big secret he was willing to sell for five cents long about April. . . .
Memories of four swell years together . . . . those first homesick days in
Plattsburgh . . . . new faces . . . . new surroundings . . . . embarrassing
entrances into wrong classrooms . . . . the Freshman Hop . . . . Class
day . . . . summer vacation . . . . proud Sophs looking down on a bunch
of green Freshies . . . . picnics . . . . parties . . . . dances . . . . another
year . . . . and still another. Seniors at last—it doesn't seem possible . . . .
hard work . . . . practice teaching . . . . and that awful feeling when the
freshman in the locker next door looks at you in askance the first week
if you're "on campus" the second semester.
But you're still part of
u s . . . . there's Senior Banquet . . . . The Senior Ball . . . . Class Day . . . .
talks of schools and contracts that leave a wistful gleam in our eye . . . .
and finally . . . . graduation . . . . congratulations . . . . and new fields to
conquer. . . ,
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President—ROGER GOLDEN
Vice-President—RUTH PEASE
Secretary—MIRIAM HUGHES
Treasure-r—LORETTA STEHLING
Motto—"TOMORROW LIVES IN TODAY"
Flower— CHRYSANTHEMUM
Colors—RUST AND GOLD
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Marjorie Butler
Mechanicville
Muriel M a t o t t
Valcour
Anne McKecfc
Plattsburgh
Madclyn Joiner
Fort Edward
Doris Eldred
Binghimton
Natalie Nowick
Kings Park
Helen Garvey
Mineville
Helen Vanderbilt
Plattsburgh
Virginia Palmer
Plattsburgh
Janet W a r d
Plattsburgh
Marion Hogancamp
Elsmcrc
Pearl T y l e r
Lake Clear Junction
M a r y Wheeler
Stcphentown
Willson Daily
Malone
Lucille Wade
Willsboro
Marjorie Pepper
Middle Granville
Roger Golden
Plattsburgh
Maude Clarke
Champlain
M y r a Lasher
Lexington
Jeanette Nagy
Witherbee
R u t h Sloan
Hoosick Falls
Ellen Willcy
Schenectady
Patricia D u l í y
Plattsburgh
Francis Condon
Hudson Falls
Mary Hentschel
Glen Head
Catherine Cassidy
Chateaugay
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Betty Bell
Schenectady
Dorothy Brining
Waiden
Lucille Ancttl
Rouses Point
Madeline Fisher
Chazy
Marie Bissonnctte
Dannemora
Myrtle Bennett
Crown Point
Anita DcFcrro
Ticonderoga
Dorothy Cudworih
Dclavan
Stanley Banker
West Chazy
Frances Ackley
Cambridge
John Davis
Plattsburgh
Lillian Bilkovich
N e w York
Huldah Blood good
Scotia
Ruth Pease
Schenectady
Mini' Healcv
Plattsburgh
Louella Barrington
Granville
Helen JlOfOM
Plattsburgh
Lucy Agostini
Saranac Lake
Catherine Powers
Westport
Marion Pattison
Scotia
Frances Richards
Lake Placid
Doris Millar
Valley Stream
Evelyn Senecal
Keene Valley
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Eileen Murnane
Chateaugay
Vernon Marleau
M i l . 'IL'
Lita Lynch
Plattsburgh
Emilou H o w l i n J
Bainb ridge
Helen Lyons
Valcour
R u t h Sunken
Bay shore
Nancy Kuhn
Berlin
France* Kelley
Peru
Ellsworth Jackstadt
Plattsburgh
Lois Smith
Schenectady
Judy Thompson
Schenectady
Miriam Hughes
Mechanic ville
June Adams
Lyon Mountain
Dorothy Conger
Schenectady
M i r i l l a Vtilbur
Clemens
G l a d y s Mom. s ko
Sclu-iu-ctad}
Helen Vincent
Mooers
Frances Latour
Plattsburgh
Hazel Ackert
West Park
Adrienne Dopp
Gloversville
Jean Reeve
Hast Quoquc
R u t h Johnson
Scotia
Betty Hinter
Amsterdam
Leslie Smith
Plattsburgh
Claude LaPlante
Plattsburgh
Jean Kanaly
Plattsburgh
Jean Schultz
Ausable Forks
Bernard Rabin
Plattsburgh
Lourene Stiller
Justina Junior
Plattsburgh
Lucy Vi'orden
Doris H u f c u t
Dover Plains
Clara LaRocque
Sparkill
New CuvPlattsburgh
Marion Temple
Gouverneur
Loretta Stehling
vileii C on-
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Virginia Nobles
Ludlowvillc
Howland Ricketson
Plattsburgh
Jeanne Potter
Ausable Forks
Anne Q u i n n
Wcstport
President—RALPH
GROVER
Vice-President—JANE
AYRES
Secretan— D O R O T H Y FORREST
Treasurer—SIDNEY
Mo/to—"FIND
STUTCHBURY
A WAY OR MAKE O N E "
/•VOM r r — W H I T E
CARNATION
Colors—BLUE A N D W H I T E
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JUNIORS...
What are Juniors anyway? . . . Just a batch of people—enjoying themselves thoroughly—the whole world about ready to dawn on them. . . .
This year—kids, careless—next year—teachers, responsibility, work, lesson plans. . . .
A hodge-podge of memories, accumulated through the course of three
harum-scarum years—getting lost the first day, continuing to be lost
for the first week—singing the Alma Mater at the frosh party—the first
time we heard Golden play the trumpet at the All-School tea—running
the other way when we sighted one of the "brutal" upperclassmen.
We had a Freshman Hop once—we thought it turned out amazingly well,
considering the vile colors used on some of the monogrammed fish—
octopussies—moss—underwater dancing—we weren't all wet, either!
"Chauvin for president" was the cry that year. . . .
More thoughts come piling in—Soiree—Sophomores, to win, to place,
and showing up in fine style. . . . Who ever did swipe War Admiral's
identification card? . . . The Rod and Gun Club picnic—competition
between the men's and the girls' quartettes—the three-legged race—and
trying to make Nitzi give us another "with".
Juniors now—and driving the teachers wild—forms of surgery—cutting
classes to work on this brainchild. . . . Slaving on decorations—Spring—
the Prom nite at last. . . . Why doesn't someone innovate a hagline?
Putting all foolishness aside—we've been heading the right way. . . . We
know where we're going, what we're doing and what's more, why we're
doing. . . . We honestly are "all proud to be from the Class of '43."
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Jane A y res
Morrisonville
Kenneth Allard
Tappet Lake
Elementary
Home Enummies
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Delta;
CARDINAL;
Class Vice-President 3; Home
Kconomics Club 3; House oí
Delegate! 2. 3; Orchestra I,
2; Outing Club I.
Astronomy Club 2, VicePresident 3; Delta Tau Chi;
House of Delegates 2, 3;
Men's Glec Club 1; Mixed
Chorus
t; Orchestra
1;
Tennis I, 2, Î.
Helen B. Rcrqui-n
Jamestown
h\^sie Harbour
South Corinth
Home
EJemeutjry
Economics
Alpha
Delta;
CARUINAL
Home Fconomic* l t 2, 3
Interfraternity Council 3
Lamron 1 , 2 ; S o m e n ' s Rcsi
dence Board 3*
Alpha Kappa Phi; Astronomy
Club I, 2, 3; Basketball I;
[.amron I ; Outing Club I,
2; Rural Club 1.
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Kathleen Bcyciic
Doris Ruth Bloomticld
Nivervillc
Honte Economies
Hume Economies Club 1, 2, 3.
North Bangor
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Alpha Delta; Astronomy Club 2; Rural
Club I, 2, Secretary 3; Supper Club I,
2. Secretary 3.
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JUNIORS
Robert S. Chauvin
Plattsburgh
Elciticntary
Marv Burke
Utica
Home
Astronomy Club 1. 3; Basketball 1; Cla«
President 1; House of Delegates 1, 2; Male
Quartet 1, 2, 3; Men's Club 1, VicePresident 2; Men's Glee Club I. 2. 1'IVM
dent 3; Mixed Chorus 1, Vice-President 2;
Outing Club I, 2, 3; Student Council 2;
Tennis 2.
Economics
Astronomy Club I; Delta Clio; Home
I ..momies Club I. 2. 3; Lamron 3; O u t m; (lull I. 2; Women's Residence Board
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Jean Clough
Mount Vernon
Dorycc L. Collum
Hewlett, Long Island
Elementary
Hume
Alpha Kappa Phi; Basketball 1; CARDINAL;
House of Delegates 2, 3; Student Council
3; Orchestra I.
Economics
Alpha Kappa Phi; CARDINAL; Cheerleader
1, 2, Co-Captain 3; Dance Club 1; VicePresident 2; Home Kconomics Club 1, 2,
3; Lamron 3; V£'omen's Residence Board
2, Advisory Council 3.
JUNIORS
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Oneonta
Bessie Mary Comstock
Plattsburgh
Home Economics
Art Club I; Astronomy Club 1; CARUINAL;
Delta Clio Convocation Grand Presidentelect 3 ; Home Kconomics I, 2, 3 ; House
ui 1 Mcg-.u-s 1, 'i ; I .iniriji. V
Elementary
CARDINAL; House of Delegates 3; Parnassian Club Secretary-Treasurer I, 2, 3.
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Marjorie Dcibler
Sherrill
Home
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1 >orj
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Peasleeville
Economics
Elementary
Alpha Kappa Phi Grand
Secretary 3 ; Bowling Club
3; CARDINAI ; Fastern States
Delegate 1 ; Home Economics
Club I, 2, 3; House of
Delegates 2; Lamron 1, 2,
President 3; Outing Club I.
Lamron 1, 2; Parnassian
Club 3; Rural Club 2, 3;
Volleyball 3; Somen's Residence Board 2.
Anne Deyo
Port Henry
Margaret F. Deyo
Port Henry
Home
Httinc E.conomics
Economics
Alpha Delta; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3 ; Outing
Club 1.
Alpha Delta; Home Economics Club I, 2, 3; Outing
Club I.
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Marion
June DoctOf
Dillon
Peru
1 on?; Ke.u h. 1 mig Island
IUi fit ntar\
Home
Economics
Art Club I; Dance Club 2;
Rural Club 3.
Astronomy Club 1, 2, 3,
Bowling Club 3; Contemporary Problems Fitrum 2, 3;
Home Economics Club I, 2,
3; House of Delegates 2;
Sin t Ihr n Li^bt
Exchange
Editor 2V Business Managet
3; Outing Club 1. 2; Rural
Cluh I; Women's Residence
Board 3.
Glenice Dodds
Champlain
Julia Hope Dunn
I lu ikon Falls
Home Ei onomics
Elementary
Ji.i--kcth.-ll 2; Home Economics Club I, 2, 3; Service
Committee 3.
Basketball 2. 3; Delta Clio.
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Jean M- I ris
Poughkeepsie
Eleanor R. Edwards
I.) nbriHik. L o n g Island
Home
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Et Olstomicí
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Alpha Kappa Phi (iaztttc
Editor 2 ; H o m e
o e s C l u b 1, 2, 3 ; House ot Dclc_; tes :
» ; 1 amron I- 2 , 3.
Alpha Kappa Phi; C A R D I N A L ; Class Secret a r ) I , 2 ; I o n t e m p o r a r y Problems Forum
2 ; H o m e E c o n o m í a t I ufa I. - . ; ; I Urate
Delegates 2, *; O r c h e s t r a I; W u i n c i A
Residence i t i u r J J.
JUNIORS
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Blanch Fee
Plattsburgh
D o n a l d Fallon
Peru
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A s t r o n o m y C l u b 1, 2. i ; Basketball I,
2. -; I l o u l i n e C l u b S; Camera C l u b I;
H o m e E c o n o m í a < lob I. Ij O u t i n g C l u b
1.
A s t r o n o m ; C l u b I; Delta l a u C h i ; Men's
Cilcc C l u b I, 2; Mixed C liorus 1, 2: O u t e Í lub [, 2; r e n i n s I . - M . ; . . : . :
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Alise 1 olger
(¡ransille
Dorothy Forrest
r.li'ini ni.'' l
Hiiiiic
Poland
Astronomy Club 2, 3; Camera C l u b I . 3;
Rural C l u b I , 2. Â; Supper Club 2, 3.
Economics
(lass Secretary 3; Delta Clio; House of
Delegates 5; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3;
Orchestra I , 2, 3.
JUNIORS
John S. I r i / i s i
Pl.tttburgh
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Basketball I , 2 , Manager 3; Delta T a u ( lu
Serjeant Ai Arms 2 ; CARDIN W ; ( a m e r a
C l u b 1; House ol Delegales '• ; Men's Club
1, 2 ; Men's Glec Club I. 2. J¡ Mixed
Chorus I . 2.
Helen E. Gaylord
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Delta C l i n ; H o m e Economic« C l u b 3.
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Daphne Gibbs
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Frances Gilbert
Chazy
SOUS
Elementary
Elementary
Alpha Kappa Phi; A r t Club
I ; Astronomy Club 2, } j
Dance C l u b 1 ; O u t i n g Club
I.
Miriam Phebe Grant
Liberty
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Basketball
1, 2 ;
Bowling
C l u b 3; Contemporary Problems Forum 2 ; Lamron 2 , 3.
Anne Marie Grassctte
Plattsburgh
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C A R D I N A L ; Girls' Glee C l u b
I , 2. 3; Home Economics
Club 1 . 2. 3; Ladies Octette
I ; Lamron 3; Mixed Chorus
I , 3; Northern
Light
3;
Orchestra 1 , 2 , 3.
Alpha Kappa Phi; Bowling
Club 3; C A R D I N A L ; House
of Delegates Corresponding
Secretary 3; Lamron 1 , 2 , 3;
Outing
Club
SecretaryTreasurer
2 , President
3;
Student Council 3.
Sí
Ralph Grovcr
Plattsburgh
Constance Greenberg
Patchogue. Long Island
Home
Elementary
Economics
Astronomy Club 1, 2, 3;
CARUINAL; Class President
2, 3; Contemporary Problems Forum 2 ; Delia Tau
Chi President 3; F.astcrn
States Delegate 1; House of
Delegates I, 2; Interfraternity Council 1, 2; Male
Quartet 1, 2, 3; Men's Chorus I, 2; Mixed C In.rus I,
2; Outing Club I, 2, 3; Student Council 1 , 2 ; Tennis I,
2, 3.
Contemporary
Problems
Forum 2. 3; Dance Club I,
2; Home Economics Club 1,
2. 3; Lamron 1, 2, 3; Parnassian Club 3.
Dorothy H a r t
Nassau
Mary Elizabeth Hagan
Philadelphia
¡lame
Home
Economics
Economics
Lamron 1, 2. 3 ;
Light 2, 3-
Home Economics Club 1, 2,
3; Lamron 3; Parnassian
Club 3; Vomcn's Residence
Board 1, 2, 3.
II
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Bt
Northern
.
1 Us s C a r o l y n H a t h w a y
U'atcriown
I tintic
Selma M . Helsingcr
Long Beach, Long Island
liciiiwinics
illllUC
I.I IIIIIIIIII, s
C A R D I N A L ; C o n t e m p o r a r y Problems p u r u m
Steering C o m m i t t e e 2. 3; Curls' Glee C l u b
1; Lidies O c t e t t e 1; H o m e I commues C l u b
1, 2. 3; House ot Delegates I . 2, >; M i x e d
C h o r u s I ; Northern
tight
News E d i t o r 2.
Secretary J j L j n i r o n 2, 3; Orchestra 1 ;
Parnassian C l u b 1, 2. President 3 ; Student
C o u n c i l 3.
A l p h a Kappa P h i ; Dance C l u b 2, 3; H o m e
Economics C l u b I , 2. 3; I n t e r f r a t e r n i t y
C o u n c i l 3.
JUNIORS
I
Marion Hen lit
Schuylersille
Hi,m,
I , 1,mimics
B o w l i n g C l u b 3; Delta C l i o ; H o m e Economics C l u b I , 2, 3; O u t i n g C l u b J j
Supper ( lub >; U'orneil's Residence Board
3.
!
D o r o t h y Catherine H t l l b e r g
Kings Park, Long UlanJ
Hittnc
I'.i tinoniii •>
A l p h a Kappa Phi Treasurer 3; C A H U í N AI ;
L a u e r n States Delegate 3; House ot* Delegate's I . Corresponding Secretarv 2. Recording Secretary * ; H o m e Economies C l u b 1.
2 , 3 ; L a m r o n I . 2, Vice-President 3; S t u dent C o u n c i l 2, 3.
Anna May Hoglc
Plattsburgh
Eleanor lack
Delhi
Elementary
Iiiiiiii- E.tiitiomics
Alpha Delia Treasurer s; Bowling Club 3.
Astronomy Club 3; Basketball 3; Girls'
Glee Club 3; Home Economics Club 1. 2,
3; Supper Club I, 2, i.
JUNIORS
EK
Alberta D. Jones
Oneida
Home
Bernice Jones
Lyons Falls
Economies
Home
Aipba Kappa Phi; Astronomy Club . ;
Curls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Home Economics
Club 1, 2. 3; Ladies Octette I; Mixed
Chorus I. 2; Outing Club I.
Economics
Astronomy Club I; Badminton I ; Basketball I, 2. 3; Dance Club 1; Home Economic. Club I, 2, 3; Supper Club I, 3.
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c
í fs
Mary Kehoe
Willsboro
I).n.nil. Ma\ Jones
Schenectady
Hume
Home Ecnnuntit •
Economics
Delta Clio; Home Economics
Club I, 2, 3; House of Delegates 2; Parnassian Club 1,
2, Secrctarv-Treasurer },
Alpha Delta; Archery 1, 2,
3; Bowling Club 3; Camera
Club I; CARDINAL; Home
Economics Club 1, 2, 3;
Supper Club I, 2 t 3.
Roberta Kirk
Lynbrook
Marian Kelly
Friendship
Home
Home VA (Momies
Economics
Astronomy Club I, VicePresident 2; v SRIHNAI ; Delta
Clio Historian 2, Treasurer
and Convocation 3; Flome
Economics Club 2, VicePrcsident ï ; House ot Delegates 2, 3; S ort hern Light
Feature Editor 2, Editor-inChief 3; Outing Club 1. 2;
Student Council 3.
Alpha Kappa Phi; Badminton
1; Basketball 1, 2; Bowling
3; Home Economics Club 1,
:. 3; Orchestra 1; Outing
Club I.
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Marjorie
Esther L i b e l e
Chazy
Elcmrrltary
Home Economics
Home Economics Club I, Executive Council 2, 3; House
of Delegates I, 3; Parnassian
Club I. President 2, 3; Student Council 3.
C A R D I N A L ; G i r l s ' Glee Club
1, 2, 3 ; Ladies O c t e t t e 1. 3 ;
Mixed C h o r u s 1, 2, 3 O r chest ra 2 , 3.
Mary Alice Lasher
C-..skill
Home
LaPlante
Vi'cst Chazy
Ruth Matthews
Plattsburgh
Elementary
Economics
Home Economics Club 1, J;
House of Delegates 3; Rockcracker's Club ] , 2, 3;
Supper Club 3.
Astronomy Club 2; Basketball
1,
2,
3;
CARDINAL;
Girls' Glee Club 3; Parnassian Club I{ Service Committee Secretary 2.
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Dorothy
Marjorie U c N e l i s
Kingston
Jane M c C U U l O
Cambridge
EJementary
Hume
IU"
A l p h a K i p p a P h i ; B a d m i n t o n I ; Flome
Economics C l u b I , 2, 3; I n t e r f r a t e r n i t y
C o u n c i l ^\ Xfirtbcrn
Light Assistant Business Manager 2, Assistant News E d i t o r 3;
Women's Residence Board 3.
Delta C l i o ; L a m r o n 1 , 2 ; Parnassian C l u b
3; R u r a l C l u b 2, Treasurer 3; Supper C l u b
I ; Women's Residence Hoard >«
JUNIORS
Paul L. M i t c h e l l
Plattsburgh
Isabelle M c P h i l l i p s
Friends Lake
Home
Economics
A l p h a Kappa P h i ; C A R D I N A L ; G i r l s ' Glee
C l u b Treasurer I . Secretary 2 ; H o m e 1 I • ••
nomics C l u b I , Secretary 2 , President 3 ;
Lamron J.
Horn,
I , nimmt,
A s t r o n o m y C l u b 3; Camera C l u b 1, 2 ;
C U t M N A L ; D e l t a T a u C h i ; House o f Delegates 1, 2 ; Men's Glee C l u b I , 2 ; M i x e d
Chorus 1 , 2 , President i : Orchestra 1. 2,
Vice-President 3 ; O u t i n g C l u b I , 2 ; Tennis
1. 2.
Katherine I L/Jocth
Mi/el
Mary Edith
Ringst,m
Home
Moran
KLL'SC\ ille
Economic.
Home
Alpha Kappa Phi; Howling *> , DanCC Club
3; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; Lamron
I , 2. 3; O u t i n g Club I- 2, 3.
Economics
Alpha Delta I rcasurci : . Vice-Presidvm * ;
Camera Club 2 ; H u m e Economics C l u b I ,
2, 3 ; House of Delegates l ¡ Inter!'raternity
Council 3; Student Council 3; Supper
Club 1, 2, 3.
JUNIORS
Lillian Newell
Saranac Lake
Austic Myers
St. Johnsville
ill
Elementary
military
A l p i n Delta; Basketball 1 , 2 , 3 ; C A R D I N A L ;
Dance C l u b i ; House ot Delegates 2, 3;
Service C o m m i t t e e Chairman 3.
( imera Club 3; Girls' Glee C l u b 2, U
Supper Club , Nice-President 2.
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Jean N y e
Upper Jay
Leah O'Connor
Granville
Elementary
Home
A s t r o n o m y Club 3; Bowling
Ij
Delta C l i o ; House of
Delegates 3,
Economics
Astronomy Club 1, 2, 3 ;
Contemporary
Problems
F o r u m 2 ; I Ionic Economics
Club
I , 2, 3; House of
Delegates 3; Outing Club 1 ,
2, 3; Rural Club 3.
«
Helen O r m a n d y
Kathleen Grace O ' N e i l
Churubusco
Whitehall
Elementary
Elementary
Alpha Delta; Camera C l u b
3; Girls' Glee C l u b I , 2- 3;
1 ; Supper
Chorus
Mixed
Club 1 2.
Delta Clio;
Interfraternity
Council 3 ; Rural C l u b 1 , 2,
J: Student Council 3.
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Eleanor Roberta Pease
Schenectady
Carol Patterson
Grcig
Home
Home Economics
Economics
Astronomy Club 1; Badminton 1; Basketball I, 2, 3;
Home Economics Club I. 2,
3; House of Delegates 2;
Supper Club 1, 2, Treasurer
t; U omen's Residence Board
1, 2.
Alpha Delta Vice-President
3; Bowling Club 3; Flome
Economics Club 1- 2, Executive Committee 3; Outing
Club 2, \t
Margaret Powers
Utica
Joyce Reynolds
Philadelphia
Home
Home Economics
Alpha Kappa Phi Guard 3;
Home Economics Club 1, 2,
3 ; Northern
Light 2, 3 ;
Outing Club I, 2; Women's
Residence Board I, -\ ; .
Economía
Alpha Kappa Phi; CA RUINAI.; Astronomy Club 3;
Contemporary Problems Forum 2; Girls' Glee Club 1,
2, 3; Home Economics Club
1, 2, 3; House oi Delegates
2, 3; Ladies Octette 1, 3;
Mixed Chorus I, 2; Women's
Residence Board President 3,
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A
l Inris 1 lelen Robertson
Plattsburgh
Loretta
Riley
Whitehall
11,
military
Iiiiiiii
Astronomy C l u b 2. 3; Basketball 2 ; Rural
Club I ; Volley Ball 2, J .
1/
Eciitiiimics
A l p h a Kappa Phi Secretary 3; C A R I I I N A I ;
Basketball 1 . 2. 3; Dance C l u b 2, 3; H u m e
E c o n o m í a C l u b 1 ; House of Delegates 2 ,
t ; L a m r o n I , 2, 3; Northern
l.iyht
2, 3;
Tennis.
JUNIORS
- ' —
Anna M.
Ryan
Plattsburgh
I l,
N o r n i i M.
itit-ri/ary
i.
:.
Rykert
Snyder
C A R I I I N A I ; Camera C l u b 3: Delta C l i o
Vice-President 3; House u l Delegates '. ;
I n t e r f r a t e r n i t y C o u n c i l I , 2, S e c r e t a n Treasurer 3; Lamron 1 . 2. 3 ; O u t i n g ( lub
Illllll.
I ill lllllllll
s
Cheerleader I , 2, C o - C a p t a i n 3; Delta C l i o ;
H o m e Economics C l u b I , 2, 3; Press Club
I.
i.
4i
r^Si
Margaret Senil
Vi est Vt'mtield
Home
Mary Sheehan
Fort Eduard
luiutomiis
I.U-nii-iitai
Alpha K.ippa Phi Secretary 2; Art Club I;
Basketball 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2,
3; Lamron 2; Outing Club I; Tennis I, 2.
\
Alpha Kappa Phi; Dance Club 3; Girls'
Glee Club 1; l.jnirun 1.
i%
HM
i
JUNIORS
Flelene Slupski
Vaterford
Dorothy Anne SpCOCC
Schenectady
Element sir \
Home
Astronomy Club 3; Girls' Glee Club I,
2, * • Mixed Chorus !. 2. » ; Orchestra
1. 2, 3.
l.ctitiomics
Horn. Fconomics Club I, 2. 3; Women's
Residence Board 2, 3.
4«
Gwendolyn Se\ u i res
Bedford Hills
Marjorie J . Sprague
Moriah
Hume
Elementary
Etotitntiiei
Alpha Kappa Phi Secretary
2; Home Economic! Club,
I xecut ive Committee 1, 2,
3; House of Delegates 2;
Xti.t/ntn
Light 2, News FJitor 3; Tennis.
Girls* Glee Club I; Mixed
Chorus 1; Rural Club 3.
t/5 Jföszsm
Mary Jane Stjnton
Pl.it tsburgh
Margaret Stadel
Florton
Home
Elementary
Economics
Badminton I ; Camera Club
Président ) ; I louse oí Delegate! 3; Outing Club 3;
Rural Club I, 2t 3; Volley
Hall h
Astronomy Club 3; Girls'
Glee Club >; Home I.complies Club I* 2, 3; Supper
Club I, 2, 3; Women's Residence Board 3.
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Corrine Elizabeth Straka
Spring Valley
Madeline Stearns
Plattsburgh
Home
llmiif
Economics
Economics
Astronomy Club 3; Delta
Clio; Girls' Glec Club 1;
Home Ecoooniicj Club 1. 2,
3; Mixed Chorus 1.
Archery 2; Bowling 3; Home
Economics Club 1, 2, 3;
Northern Light 2, Assistant
Feature Editor 3.
/
Sislney Stutchbury
Plattsburgh
Elementary
Merton J. Strong, Jr.
Plattsburgh
E.lfitlfiltary
Astronomy Club 1; CARDIN A L Class Treasurer 1. 2,
3; Contemporary Problems
Eorum Steering Committee 2,
3; Eastern States Delegate 3;
House of Delegates I, 2, 3;
Male Quartet 1, 2, 3; Men's
Glec Club 1, 2; Mixed
Churus I. 2; Student Council 2, 3.
CARUINAL; House of Delegates 2; Lamron 1; Men's
Club 1 , 2 ; Men's Glee Club
1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2;
Northern
light
Assistant
Managing Editor 2; Outing
Club 3.
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7sr à
Joan E. T h o m p s o n
Plattsburgh
Katherine T a y l o r
Schuyler Lake
Home
Home
Economics
Economics
A l p h a Kappa P h i ; Basketball I , 2, 3 ;
C A R D I N A L ; Dance C l u b Secretary 2 ; H o m e
Economics C l u b I ; House o f Delegates 2,
3; L a m r o n I , Secretary 3; Y a l e - P r i n c e t o n
game 1, 2.
A s t r o n o m y C l u b 3; B o w l i n g C l u b 3; H o m e
Economics C l u b 1. 2 , 3; Supper C l u b 3;
Yale-Princeton game 2.
JUNIORS
A
e&
&
COW
USO C.C.V
Rita
Vagnarelli
Keene
E l i n o r Van V a l k e n b u r g h
Olean
Home Economies
Camera C l u b 3; H o m e Economics C l u b
2 , 3.
//own
1,
Economics
H o m e Economics C l u b I , 2, 3.
a
4')
M a r y Yaugh.111
Saranac
Lake
Greta H. Walker
Burke
Elfiliiillary
i u r i s ' Glec C l u b 1, 2 , 3; Mixed
1, 2 ; Orchestra 1 , 2 , 3,
Elementar)
Churus
A s t r o n o m y C l u b 2, 3; Camera C l u b 2, 3 ;
Ping Pong 2 ; V o l l e y b a l l 2, 3 ; Women's
Residence Board 2.
JUNIORS
Fielen Joyce Wilson
Ora Walker
Dannemora
Mooen
Eiemtntm i
Elementary
G i r l s ' Glec C l u b 1 , 2 , 3; Ladies O c t e t t e
M i x e d Chorus 1, 2 .
A s t r o n o m y C l u b 3 ; G i r l s * Glec C l u b I , 2 ,
3; t. a dies O c t e t t e I ; M i x e d C h o r u s 1, 2.
Í0
1;
Jane Yates
Glos'ersvillc
Maribclle Wood
Lake George
Ell in, <it.n i
Northern
I, 2, 3.
light
11, iii,iit,ii
i
Astronomy Club 2
Delta
Clio; Contemporary Problems Purum 2; Curls Glee
Club I, I, I 1 luuse ni" Delegates
3;
Interfraternity
Council I, 2, 3; Mixed
Churus 1 , 2 ; Northtrm light
Women's Residence Board
3; Orchestra
Doris Y'oumans
Wells Bridge
Hinii,
1.1 IIIIIIIIII,
,
Astronomy Club 3; Home
Economics Club I, 2, 3;
Lamron 1 ; Supper Club 3.
>I
SOPHOMORONITY
One of the more amazing phe-
Perspectively speaking, the past
nomena appearing in a school of
year has been one of great joy
higher learning is the evolution of
balanced with an occasional sorrow. . . .
an ungainly, searching-for-knowl-
In the first semester
Freshman hazing was done up in
edge Freshman into that type more
rare fashion by the competent
intimately referred to by all as a
guidance of the Sophomores. And
"Soph." Upperclassmen look with
to cap this activity with their
a critical eye upon these pseudo-
usual thoroughness, the
dignified Sophomores, while the
same
Sophomores established a prece-
Frosh naively revere their every
dent in the traditional tug-of-
action.
war, by dunking said Frosh in ye
Well, nuff said about
that. . . .
olde pond. . . .
As to formais, the Soiree was duly chairmaned, worried over, and supported by the Class of '44, with criticism—constructive, destructive, and
instructive—from all sides.
Rising from the annals of the past year,
are the men of brawn, to be specific—Bogle, Beyerl, Bremser, DeLaire,
O'Brien and O'Hare—who did their bit for dear old Alma Mater, by
pacing the hardwood in a manner hard to beat.
Ah! But the Sophomoronic air is not entirely a fallacy.
Proof being
found in the fact that the current Sophs engaged in a two-day mental
ordeal—the results of which were used to . . . .
In spite of everything though, we know that they're a chipper crowd of
rascals, so let's wish the best of all to the embryonic Juniors. . . .
Í2
President—THOMAS ROONEY
Vice-President—HELEN JOHNSON
Secretary—MARY LYONS
Treasurer—-DEWEY DELAIRE
.
Flower—RED ROSE
Colors—RED AND GRAY
11
THE
CLASS
Leon Armer
Morrisonville
Dnris Ariibee
Chazy
Lena Baker
Plattsburgh
3
Wanda Baker
Ellenburgh Center
N.nu i
Jjckvin
( immi
Beaton
Heights
beebiL
Plattsburgh
Merrill Beyerl
Malone
/
Bernard Bogle
Schroon Lake
Dnris Brawley
Bri'okls n
M a r i l y n Bredenbcrg
Champlain
Virginia C . Colligan
Philip Bremser
Pittsburgh
1 tden Brown
Plattsburgh
Veronica S. Gawron
J.iviu B. Hughes
Evans Milts
St. Regis I : alls
Amsterdam
Fulton
Betty Conaty
Hilen R. Dobbs
Catherine Cotí
Binghamton
Berlin
\\ otpon
I loise Í nun
Louise Brushncfski
Chazy
A u d n a Butler
( ilnvi r<.\ ille
N o r m a Carpenter
Dewey
Muriel
Del.aire
Dunham
I ockwood
Northvilllc
Doris E. Crossen
C. Marie Earl
Patchogu.-
Chateaugay
Patricia Cunningham
Belli 1 venson
Laura Belle Harter
Morrisville
Elizabeth
Heltnski
f V u l . n e y , Vt»
Hilton
Heming
Barbara
Huntington
Kenmore
F.mmi Jean
Hutchins
Constable
Vera
Hyra
Yonkers
Dorothy
facti
VlHUt'l
Mineville
Glens Falls
Charles W. Carter
Helen Dacey
Marie R. Ferrclti
Anna I . ! lentschel
Plattsburgh
Long Beach
N.illLl.l
1 l.i/i. i M. i .iss.ivjij_;li
Donald l>edrick
Herbert Fczcttc
Bernice H e r / o g
Violet R. Jacobs
Wcstport
I'utium
t li../\
I . nbrook
I ulton
Monica Clancy
John Deeb
I J Ji.i (ugtiardt
Alt J ï -onsingcr
Helen Johnson
Plattsburgh
C l e m Falls
Glens Falls
I llenburgh Center
Nyack
Phtcburgh
J4
\t U
V,,] k
( If .
Ausable Forks
Irene Jackson
New York C i t y
OF
1944
I
M a r i n r i c R. SchiHinmakei
Kingston
Agatha
Smith
(. j r n i c l
Plaine A. Smith
Plattsburgh
L. M a r i a n S m i t h
Poughkeepsie
Harriet
'/ (
I . Snydof
Middletown
Eleanor M . Sporte
1 lunlingtnn
Katherine
Stafford
Plattsburgh
Kathcrine
Stark
I sss\
Man
Sullivan
Mnrrisonville
I • nu iWe«
Mary
K et lerer
Nyack
Kitchen
I li/abeth A . Martineau
(Jens Palls
\\'ebsier
M.isDi.n.iKI
Barbara
Nie
Bart
O'Brien
Vet nun
lirushliin
A n n e LaBarge
Grace \ K I o u g h l i n
George O ' H a r e
Plattsburgh
Chazy
Lake Luzerne
Eunice B. I edge*
I velyn J. M i l l e r
Beatrice L. O w e n
Hicksville
L'tica
G e r t r u d e C.
Long
Nyack
Mary
1 •'.. 1 sons
Wappingers Falls
Florence I .
Madden
Millicent
Mullarney
Ausable
Valles
Forkl
I
i..
Genevieve
I Isle Kobinsiiii
1 * • r t 1 dward
Grcenport
Pert)
Alice 1 . R o g e n
(Issining
Lucila
Rogers
Constable
Thomas
Bouncy
Pittsburgh
Constance Royce» le/
W'.Uert.iss n
Redford
Smith's Basin
Anne 1 . Murray
Shirley I. Perry
Lenore Sabo
Mil.Mil
I ssex
Whitehall
i ¡corge Phifer
Lorraine Saks
Plann b u r g h
1'le.isanisillc
Gertrude
Murtagh
t1eaiisln.ru
C hatcaugay
I nuise Maier
I lennis \ n l tn
í Ii iirsjhville
Plattsburgh
Norma
Poodry
Aknin
55
nddíc
Fort
Ylhsui.in
Plain
Genera T h o m p s o n
Philadelphia
Francis B. T u r n e r
Schuyler
lean Van
I alls
Vranken
\ o r t b s ¡lie
Vera E. V o l l m e r
Barrs ville
I velyn I .
Ward
I Imtford
Phyllis L.
Welling
Hannibal
Vcrna
Winslow
Sionv ( riek
Beverly
Woodman
A n t » erp
FROSH
Freshmen—well, yes, they were rather "fresh" when they first pranced
our halls last September, and, of course, so inconspicuous with those
fetching little red beanies!
How strange, but, by some stroke of luck
(or rules) the Freshmen seemed to become the sole authorities on the
names of the Miss and Mr. Upper-classman. My! What memories some
children do have!
As a special little treat, the Sophomores even took one whole afternoon
after school to give personal guidance to the Freshies in the art of sweeping a sidewalk with a whisk broom (my, how silly of them!), and how
one can skillfully twist a paring knife around the roots of those darn
dandelions that so conveniently (?) dot our campus.
They even succeeded in breaking the record set by the previous Freshman
classes.
In the tug-of-war across the pond, what did these fellows do,
but insist upon swimming through the cool, invigorating water at the
end of a rope—that's right—held at the other end by the land-locked
Sophs.
The rules were finally over—class elections—and then, the dream of
every Frosh's heart—the Freshman Hop! A dream, indeed, gliding cheek
to cheek around snow-covered slopes, and under the new "Defense"
ceiling, swinging to the flying notes of Dartmouth's Barbary Coast
Orchestra.
The class of '45—small fry still—but coming up fast in the world.
'em trying!
S6
Keep
President—LILLIAN RATTI
Vice-President—KATHERINE SMITH
Secretar v—DOREEN LYONS
Treasurer—JOSEPH YOUNG
1
I
f
Ai,,//,,—"LAUNCHED BUT NOT ANCHORED"
Flouer—WHITE CARNATION
Colors—GREEN AND WHITE
17
THE
CLASS
Carrie Dell Allen
Glens Falls
Elizabeth M. Allen
Plattsburgh
Marcia F.. Ball
Chittcnango
Marion Barbur
Argile
I»
Jeanne Batten
Lyon Mountain
1 ranees Botivea
Morrisonville
Maryrose Boise
Fort Edward
1 Ii_-.ih._tli lirannigan
Dannemora
Roderick Kulley
Plattsburgh
Donald Delaney
Cadyville
I lien 1 r.i/i.r
t hestertow n
Fli/abeth Hescltine
|,v
Marion LaVigne
Chazy
Phoebe E. Dimorier
Windsor
Albert Farnen
Merrill
li/abcth J. Hetheringtor
Oawego
Pauline Lewis
K.u DuBuquc
Doris Giroux
W eslporl
aMarilyn Hill
Sunt lil'i.r. •
Mary L. Locke
Middletown
Athens
Florence lona Golden
Southampton
Genevieve \ . Irwin
Peasleeville
Shirley I n\
New Hartford
I ester 1 itu-ld
Pittsburgh
Genevieve Goodspeed
North (reck
Vernon Jackstadt
Plattshurgh
H iiisburgh
Helen I inkle
I .ike t icorgc
Kathlccn Hampton
M.isseru
1 Icanor Kaiicr
Se tienes. t . u k
Dorothy Lyons
I ike Shore Rd.. Peru
Charlotte Flachsland
< >sw e.iiti
Carita Harting
Jlnisford
Marjorie L agree
( hurubuscu
Anegliue Manara
Granite Spring*
Judson 1 anctot
Plattsburgh
Ruth Matteson
New Berlin
Laura.n Lasher
Harry Mcrigil
I exington
Bi u s l i i i M i
\\
t J 11.111 IS
H.lda Bullís
Plattsburgh
Peru
Grace Burn*
I SH'X
I i i i i i i I du.ink
Elaine Cadmus
He.is.on
I >• Teen I i, nils
Raymond Casey
Plattsburgh
Louise t o-.cn/a
long Beach
Carole Crannell
Géraldine Francis
Katherine Hawthorne
Broadalbw
Jju-..
|lrirti\
Barbara A. i rosby
Blanche I raziar
Ches ten own
Edith M. Heaxt
Fori Johnson
Wnite Plains.
it
OF
1945
Irene
Tromblee
Vi est port
Clara
Vollmer
Harryvillc
Helen W a l d n m
Clayburg
Beverly
Lyon
Welch
Mountain
Margaret
Whittemore
Warrensburg
Joyce Wilbur
s lenii-iis
Florence
Williamson
Glens Fatli
Alice
Wilson
N e w fane
Jean V. Miller
Herkimer
Jeanne A.
Miller
Flsmcrc
Ruth
Miner
Jennie
Nolan
Chateaugay
Frederick
Norton
Patricia Robbins
Warrcnsburg
Virginia F. Robbinson
Cházy
Moriah
Alice N o } cs
Margaret
Center
Roider
Catherine S m i t h
Hrainards. ilk-
Mary Lois Wilson
Martha Smith
Plattsburgh
Brainardsville
Hazel Wilt
Martha
Lake Lucerne
Plattsburgh
Höoiicfc Falls
Lois M o n n c i t e
Kathryn O'.Neil
Peru
Plattsburgh
I ran., is Moore
Frank C, Potter
Mae A.
Rowe
Chazy
Plattsburgh
Schroon
Lake
Stanton
Morrisville
Hadley
Aileen
Charlotte Ann
Ross
Liberty
A n n a Marie Sullivan
lake
Wolz
Flmhurst
George
G e r t r u d e F. W o o d
Either J.
Sullivan
Lake George
Edwards
Edith
Fdith
Mummery
Vernon
Cecelia
Primeau
Churubusco
lames
Rowland
Flmhurst
H e l e n Teepell
Woods
Phoenix
Phoenix
Genes l e w \\ righi
John
Murphy
Plattsburgh
lulia
Nag?
Witherbee
Angela
Nolan
Plattsburgh
Mary
Ralfa
White
Plains
Virginia
Schwenk
Kingston
Lillian \ 1 . R a t t e
Helen Sheriden
Peekskill
Lexington
Sue Ri-ianacht
Ruth
I Urkiiner
Pleasant
Sickler
Valley
S9
Winifred
Maye
Thomas
Norfolk
Fileen G.
Thurner
Middletown
W i n i l red T o m p k i n s
Montgomery
Saranac
Joseph
Young
( \\.u\
Dorothy
M. /¡eres
Muiiile.M« a
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
We see the l i g h t . . . . Uh, huh! It's true! T H E CARDINAL
1942 has been completed.
At least the " d u m m y " is Bur-
lington bound and we've time to heave a huge collective
sigh or two and to gaze around. Why, it's spring now! . . .
We've gratitude aplenty for all the help we've received
from Miss Sullivan, Mr. Hartman, and Mr. Noyes.
Also
a sincere "Thank you" to everybody for without you there
would be no . . . .
C A R D I N A L 1942 STAFF.
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BUILDING
The Tools
Co-Editors-iii-Chief
SELMA HELSINGER
DOROTHY HILLBERG
Literary Editor
ROBERTA KIRK
Assistants
HELEN BERQUIST
JEAN CLOUGH
BESSIE COMSTOCK
MIRIAM GRANT
KUTH MATHEWS
¥
Ar I Editor
ESTHER LABARE
Assistants
JOYCE REYNOLDS
ELOISE COOLEY
LILLIAN NEWELL
Photographic Editor
RALPH GROVER
Assistants
CARDINAL
ANNE GRASSETTE
JOHN FRAZIER
DOROTHY JONES
PAUL MITCHELL
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Business Manager
SIDNEY STUTCHBURY
Assistant
ELEANOR EDWARDS
Advertising Manager
MARJORIE DIEBLER
Assistants
JOHN ERAZIER
DORIS ROBERTSON
A N N E RYAN
MERTON STRONG
JOAN
THOMPSON
Sports Editor
DORYCE COLLUM
Music Editor
STAFF
JANE AYRES
Assistant
ISABELLE MCPHILLIPS
A3
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THE ASTRONOMERS
Kenneth Allard
"An undevout astronomer is mad"—direct quote from the masterpiece
Lucille A n i i i l
L i i l Baker
Bessic Barbour
of an ancient sage.. . . But the modern counterpart is merely "mad" about
the subject—Whiteface Mountain at midnight in the cold, starry heights
Bernard Bogle
Betty
Branigan
Elaine Cadmus
Charlie Carter
H a / e l Cassavoug'l
—telescopes skyward directed—seeing Saturn, Mars, and the Little
Bear—and which part of the Big Dipper really does point to the North
Star. . . . Dr. Rusterholtz—boundlessly enthusiastic, "Have you seen
Robert Chaus-in
Barbara Croeby
Ellen Dobbs
Venus tonight?" . . . And the club members—competent—knowing
Stardust from the Milky Way—which galaxy is scientifically important—
June Doctor
Donald Fallon
Charlotte Flachsland
Geraldine Fransis
Hilen I r . i / u r
how many miles to the moon. . . . Introducing it gently to the layman at
the Tea Dance—decorations of stars—and the contest with music. . . .
Want to come stargazing with me, huh?
Daphne Gibbs
Doris Giroux
Kathleen
Hampton
Fli/abclh Hclinski
Hillon
Vice-prcsitlcnt
PresiJeml
Is. 1 c 1
R | S N u l OS
K l N M I II A l I SKIl
S o n / j H -treasurer
BARBARA
\ S I
Heniing
Betiy Hetherington
Dorothy
[ssett
Eleanor Jack
Alberta Jones
Roberta
Kirk
Pad Mitchell
Barbara N y e
Jean N y e
Leah O'Connor
Beatrice Owen
Mary
lusse
Ralfa
Reynolds
Patricia Robbins
Margaret
Rouler
Mae Rowe
Marjorie Sclioonmaker
Agatha Smith
Marion Smith
Margaret
Kay
Stadel
Stafford
Martha Stanton
Kai
Winnie
Taylor
Tompkins
Jean \ ' a n W a n k e n
Vcrna Winslow
Doris Youmans
Joseph Young
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ATHLETICS
Varsity Basketball Schedule and Results
PSTC
Team
Opponent
39
St. Michael's College
Í4
32
Oswego State Teachers
42
$6
Oneonta State Teachers
37
33
Norwich University
43
32
Oswego State Teachers
35
39
Rochester Mechanics Institute
40
41
Brockport State Teachers
37
47
New Paltz State Teachers
30
42
Norwich University
44
SI
Schoolmen
41
29
New Paltz State Teachers
38
îJ
St. Michael's College
*>3
63
Oneonta State Teachers
33
3Ï
Hofstra College
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Alumni
29
Athletic Board
There's something new in the winds that sweep across the north country.
A newly formed Athletic Board to act as a giant guiding hand to all our
athletic activities. . . . Where there's a will there's a way, and where
there's a need the House finds a way to fill it.
Purpose of the new
board—to promote more intramurals, more interest in sports, to facilitate
making decisions pertinent to letters, etc. . . .
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SKULL
\
11,,.
ihn
non Jackstadt. Judson Lanctot, Vcrnon Marleau.
Harrs Merigis. Bart O'Brien, t.s-ur.s O'Hare. Dr. Redcay.
Thomas Rooney. Joseph Young.
Co Captains
I I I SSS.IK I II J Al S. M SOI
Vi „NON
\ | SRI I AL'
The Skeleton Behind it All
"We have five men from the "Valley of Champlain." More than that,
really, but five at a time do the heavy work. They gave a good show
for themselves and for the honor of dear old P. S. T. C. Diplomatic-*
corp deluxe, they spread our good name far and wide over New York
State. Taken as a smooth working unit, the team gave many a thrill and
chill to onlookers with their close teamwork. Taken one by one, you
have a darn good assortment of star players and grand personalities. . . .
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TENNIS
From puddle-jumping in early spring to a stiff schedule under a hot sun
before the end of the year. Uh, uh, it's no easy racquet!
Second to basketball—our other intercollegiate sport—still in its infancy
perhaps, but with the spirit the boys have been showing (especially on the
trips away with Manager Fallon's tires underwheel), it's due for—strictly
in cliches—"bigger and better things!"
Kenneth Allard
Rodney Bui Ley
Don Fallon
Herbert I e/eiis
Ralph Groser
Frederick Moore
Joseph Young
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GIRLS' BASKETBALL
i»t
um
mil
Yale vs. Princeton—the grand finale! A season of female against female
on the court as well as on the campus. The bulldog's bark and the tigerlike trombone notes made for a very—very—very— noisy wasn't it?
They were rewarded at the all-school supper with J. V. letters for the first
time.
It's really getting to be a woman's world round here after all—
they're now doing half the "courting". . . .
Y./r
Princeton
Fla7cl Cassas-augh, Captain
Bernice Jones,
Gencvics-c Goodspeed
Captain
Lillian Newell
Jeanne Basscttc
Jeanette Nagy
Wanda Baker
Carol Patterson
Géraldine Francis
Doris Robertson
Barbara Crosby
Catherine Smith
Blanche Frazier
Joan Thompson
Mary
Kilchen
W i n i f r e d Tompkins
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CHEERLEADERS
Eight smiling girls . . . . Comes the command—"What dya say?" Okay!
Then the shouting, cheers not jeers echo through the gym and swish—
another basket. . . . Not a coincidence but facts, mind you—facts!
It's
a vicious cycle with head cheerleaders leading the six cheerleaders who in
turn direct the crowd, but it all comes out all right.
The V formation
is for victory and they helped by adding the three dots with dash.
. . . . . . .
Co-Capta,m
Sophomores
Nancy Beaton
Helen Johnson
Alice Rogers
Ere ihn
Angela Nolan
Anne Sullivan
Aileen Wolz
Doryce Collum
_m. Rykcrt
No
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DANCE CLUB
PreùJent
I i MI
Vut-prt
ROBINSON
siJtttt
N *N( Y
BLATON
Carrie Allen
Doris Ariibee
Jeanne Bassctic
Leap! Run, Run!
Leap! Run, Run!
Back falls, side falls, front falls,
spiral turns, and bruises! Basin Street Piano—African torn torn—Interpretive dancing—folk dancing and . . . . Swing . . . .
The season opens . . . . inexperienced dancers in black jersey jobs.
Un-
graceful motions, lame backs and legs. . . . The season c l o s e s . . . . confident
twirling danseurs, merry and nimble movements . . . . rhythm personified,
gay and colorful costumes.
Enjoyment for those who watch and fun
Nancy Beaton
Betty Bell
Marge Butler
Hazel
Jay ne Hughes
Lillian Newell
Elsie Robinson
Alice Rogers
Mary Sheehan
Marion Smith
Beverly
IVggy
for the dancers. . . .
Cassavaugh
Doris Crossett
Beth Evanson
Marie Ferren i
Welch
Whittemore
Florence Williamson
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ART AND CAMERA CLUB . . . HOLD I T !
PresiJent
JAM
S
I
s
M
11 s
Vu c-presiJent
MONK A
CLANCY
V I ri tary-treâsurer
G U I I S W SI M H
I lelen Brown
Roderick Bulles
Norma Carpenter
Monica Clancy
Alice Folgcr
John Frazier
1 li/alx-lh Melinski
Elizabeth Hesseltine
Mary Kitchen
Anne LaBarge
Anne Ryan
Flaine Smith
Jane Stanton
Greta W a l k e r
Joseph Young
Daguerreotypes and the family album replaced by action shots, fade-outs,
superimposing, and the more candid—the more clever!
Uh, oh, come
now—I know you're better looking—yup, just an off moment—No, I
won't throw it away! . . . Well, glad we decided that. . . . And here's the
art angle—an exhibit in the library—album covers—individualized, personalized, and definitely original! . . . Must be darn interesting. . . .
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Lucille Anetil
Eleanor Bissonette
Betty
Carpenter
Elizabeth
Conaty
F.loise Cooley
Eloise
Coon
Louise Cozen/a
June
Doctor
Eleanor Edwards
louise Edwards
Dorothy
Forrest
Blanche
Frazier
Ellen Frazier
Helen Gaylord
Constance Greenberg
Mary Hagan
Lucy Hathway
Carita Harting
Sel ma Helsinger
Betty Hclherington
Marion Hewitt
Marilyn Hill
Dorothy Hillbcrg
Eleanor Jack
Violet Jacobs
Roberta Kirk
Marions- LaPlante
Mary Lasher
If it's just cooking and sewing you're looking for, you'd better go somewhere else. . . . The functions of this club are many more than just
that. . . . Started in 1937, it exists for a profession of teaching the finer
arts involved in the course known as Home Economics.
While attempting to develop their personalities, initiative, social poise,
professional interest, and such, they really have some grand times together.
With a tea dance to start the year off properly, they have been busy
ever since. Demonstrations—discussions—planning—and, of course, we
mustn't forget the ever-popular "Open House" to which the high school
students and their teachers come from all the neighboring towns and
villages for a day of demonstrations, exhibits, and entertainment by the
girls of the Home Economics Department.
Barbara Nye
Carol Patterson
Anne Quinn
Jean Reeves
Joyce Reynolds
Margaret Roidcr
Norma Rykcrt
Addie Saltsman
Virginia Schwank
Margaret Senil
Dorothy Spence
Gwendolyn Squires
Margaret Stadel
I sthcr Sullivan
I i leen Thurner
Winifred Tompkins
Clara Vollmer
Vera Vollmer
Phyllis Welling
Margaret Whittemore
H a/el Wilt
Verna Winslow
Edith Woods
Dorothy Ziere*
THE
ECON
Marjorie McNelis
Isabelle McPhillips
Jean V. Miller
Jeanette Nagy
CL
PresiJeml
SABiiii
MCPHILLIPS
Vicc-presiJeml
KOMI HI s KIRK
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In between stitching, and knitting two, purling two for the American
Red Cross (and our armed forces) they also managed to make plans for
their annual Home Economics Club assembly, which always seems to
make such a hit with the female and—surprisingly enough—the male
members of our student body . . . . and why wouldn't it? . . . . With all
the cute shorts and playsuits—the slim-fitting evening gowns and slacks—
the attractive dresses and coats—all the handiwork of our versatile
"Home Eccers."
lean A. Miller
Katherine Mizel
Mary
F.dilh
Moran
Mummery
(isTlrude
Murtaijh
Julia N a g y
Leah
O'Connor
Norma
Well—while their main purpose may be to train themselves further in
their profession—why not have fun doing it?
Lita Baker
1 Hen Dobbs
Charlotee Flachsland
A l b e r t a Jones
V i m •. Us-.n.m
Glenlcc Dodds
Genevieve Goodspeed
M a r i o n Kelly-
Lillian
Bilkositch
Elaine Cadmus
Maude C l a r k
liarol ( rannill
Rae D u b u i i u e
ILMII
Mills-
I r|.
I L-r I s - r i
Helen
Finklc
Miriam
Gram
Jaync Flughes
Miriam
Hueju's
Vera H y r a
Miry
Mary
Kehoc
Kitchen
Shirley L u x
Isabelle M c P h i l l i p s
Margaret
Mm
Powers
Rarta
Lillian Ratte
Sue Kill.iii.islii
Charlotte Ross
Eleanor Sporrc
Polly Stanton
Madeline Stearns
Loretta
HOME
Poodry
Stehling
Anne
Sullivan
Mary
Sullivan
Katherine T a y l o r
OMICS
Helen Tccpul
Lucy
UB
Wurden
Huns Ysiumans
/
Secretary
BKTTY
CONATY
Treasurer
F.I.OISI. Coors!
CARDINAL 1942 . . . CARDINAL 1942 . . . CARDINAL 1942
We Give You . . .
T H E G I R L S ' GLEE
CLUB
" Y o u ' r e singing flat"—heard continually every Wednesday from 4.15
to 5A5 p.m. . . . A n d then for added i n t e r e s t — " T h i n k b r i g h t " — h u m m ,
shades of a lecture Co R e m b r a n d t . . , . But really D r . Ehlers with tapping
baton, keeping the altos subdued and the sopranos where they were. . , .
W o r k for the assembly program (very g o o d ) — m u c h more work for the
Music Week—Wednesdays of song—a lullaby, lighter r h y t h m s , chants
and negro spirituals—Take it, Dr. Hhlers!
Bett) Allen
Dnris Artibce
Helen ttrown
Norma Carpenter
Barbara t nub)
I KM nor Dimarier
Miriam Grant
Catherine Hampton
1 aura Bell Harter
Hetty Ha/cltun
Bernice I [erzog
Eleanor Jack
Mar] Kitchen
Esther Laban
Laurain Lasher
M-iri.ui LaVigne
Pauline Lawn
Betty Martincau
Kuth Matthews
Grace McLaughlan
i veh n Miller
Ausiie Myers
Julia Nag)
Angela Nolan
Kathryn o ' . V i l
I lelen Ormandy
Norma POodi j
I ilh m K n i e
Joyce Reynolds
Alice Rogers
Lucila Rogen
Addic Saloman
Helen Sheridan
Ruth Sickl«
Marian Smith
Margaret Stadel
Irene Trombley
Marv Vaughan
Ora Walker
I veh n Ward
[anei \\ ird
Phyllis Welling
Florence \V illianuon
Helen Wilson
Genen ieve w righi
Jane Yates
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MIXED OCTET
Stanley Banker
Conroy Beetle
l.leaniir Dimoricr
Albert Lurncss
I Icanor Kaiser
Eunice Ledger
Julia Nagy
Lillian Ratte
Joseph Young
SEPTET
Eleanor Dinmrier
Isabelle McPhillips
Barbara N y e
Joyce Reynolds
Doris Crossen
I st h e r
l a Hare
Evelyn Vs ard
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ORCHESTRA
l'risl.li
ni
Stanley
CONROY Ht I llll
Banker
t mirny Heebe
Ray Cases-
\'l, , -pi, ,1,1, 111
PAUL M m
Helen
m ii
Secretary
-lu jsm,
ESTHER
r
l.Allsm
Finklc
Durothy
Miriam
Clritl
Bells
Brahms, Beethoven, Bach, boogiewoogie, barrel house and blues! give
with the trumpet and swing . . . . or, more likely a festive overture or a
Forrest
Grant
Harting
I lethcrington
Judson Lanctot
Franca
Latour
Dtircen 1 sons
stirring march. Whatever—sounds good echoing through the halls during rehearsals. Comes along a musicale (Music Assembly, y'know), and
Webster
Paul
Beat rise Olsen
we get an earful of the stuff that soothes the savage beasts. Music week
I mils
and our ears rejoice to hear our own and other bands play in their Sunday
Frances
Music-minded future maestros and present maestro Ehlers made
super-rhythmic contribution to the "cultural" side of school life. . . .
'Is
Potter
Lillian
Virginia
way.
MacDonald
Mitchell
Mary
Rattc
Richards
Robinson
Vaughan
Gertrude Wood
Maribs'lle \ \ i.uj
MALE QUARTET
"Daniel, Gabriel, Peter, who did?" . . . We like their silly songs best and
they always have such a good time singing them. . . . Everybody's favorites
. . . . they never can prepare enough songs to satisfy . . . . and not only students . . . . Kiwanis luncheons, Service Club banquets, from Montreal to
Lake Placid . . . . they're invited everywhere. We bet they didn't know
there are 3.14 milligrams of iron in every four oysters. . . . You fellows
oughta learn to eat 'em.
Then you could sing for your supper and
really eat it.
We like to see Ralph's neck stretching when he tries for a high note and
the um-pum bass notes of Bob are always good for a chuckle or two . . . .
and the trouble Sid has in rounding up the gang and getting them on
stage, and Paul's clear tenor.
First Tenor
RALPH
Second
GROS I R
They're fun and wc like them. . . .
Tenor
I'm
First Base
\li
i
SIDNLY
S.. ,,ml
STUTCHBL'RY
Base
ROBIRI
CHAUVIN
*
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DRAMATICS
ACTING
THESPIANS
President
MARJORIE
DIIBLLR
Viee-prcsitieml
DOROTHY
H I L L B I RO
Serrr/_TV
U i Nl
|S< KSSIN
Trejiirrer
ELIZABITH
MARTINEAU
:
Kathleen Hampton
Sel ma Helsingcr
Dorothy Hillberg
Anne LaBarge
Shirley Lux
Betty Martinciu
Shades of William S. and George Bernard Shaw—a dramatic society! . . .
Theatrical-minded students get their chance to work out on a real honestto-goodness stage—and from then on—it's up to you. . . . One group's
been working on make-up—grease paint and cold cream—used to make
anyone look like—well, it's one way of getting away from oneself. . . .
Our budding Gertrude Lawrences and Fontaines get a try at leads in oneact plays—the rivalry's terrific! . . . (Business with scripts, turning of
pages—silence. . . .)
Katherine Mizel
Kathryn O'Ncil
Charlotte Ross
Anne Ryan
Lenore Sabo
Mary Sheehan
Elaine Smith
Katherine Stafford
Carrie Allen
Mary Burke
Flnise Cooley
Doris Eldred
Marion Barbour
Norma Carpenter
Carol Crannell
Marie Fcrretii
Mary Rose Bowe
Monica Clancy
Pat Cunningham
Miriam Grant
Helen Teepell
Betty Brannigan
Doryce Collum
Marjorie Dicblcr
Anne Grassette
Aileen Wolz
Anne Marie Sullivan
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P h i l l i p Bremser
Roderick BoUtjr
A Successful "Experiment"
. ..
THE NORTHERN
LIGHT
C liarles Carter
I .1:/',I -Ill-chief
John Davk
V , II . I .film
Dnn.ilJ
M.l.inc.
ROBI RTA KlRR
.M_«J,lil»,li F.Jl/or—llll
Isattti,
S{„,li,
I .lllur
Editor
Alumni
l u s 111 MINI.
l . _ I KIK1I 1 N S o l IHI s
SlIIKI I 1 P l K K l
VlRON'H S l . s s s l M i N
.Vrui Editor—MARION
Ssnni
June DoCtOC
Géraldine Prendí
VcrniliCN Ciawron
Dorothy Mart
Selma UeUinyer
M i l t o n . kiTinik:
Helen Johnson
K iitwrta
iE
Knk
JudskMi 1 an*. t«>t
Lucy 1 ocke
Marjurie
Shirley
McNelis
Perry
Patricia Kohliins
l>uris Knherisuii
Marion Smith
Madeline Stearns
F-ileen Thurner
I r 11 : v is
Punier
MaribeNe \ s \ n . d
Don't let the picture fool you. . . . We should be dashing around before
the deadline on Thursday—wondering how, uby, and where to put the
story that just came in—pondering on "what makes a reporter, anyway?"—figuring h ° w t o S c t t n a t , a s t ' s s u e P :, '-J—conjuring up ways in
make the deadline—the DEADLINE! . . . It was work trying to give
everyone what he wanted. . . . But our editorials did help to solve the
soap problem! . . . It wasn't our fault it didn't last. . . . Must've been
priorities—or sump'n. . . .
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For Sports — Health . . .
THE OUTING CLUB
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Louise Edwards
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Marilyn 11.11
Helen Johns.m
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Virginia Schwenk
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Met ton Strong
Joe Y ou il);
Skiing! Skating! Mountain climbing! Sleighrides! H o w to be healthy
and happy at the same time! It's lots nicer looking at the sky from atop
a m o u n t a i n , than from the base of it—and what fun to glide (no, we
did it the harder way!) down the snowy slopes of our favorite ski cent e r — R a n d Hill. Sleighrides? T h a t is a question mark. W e planned,
b u t w a r m weather and rain always got the best of us. Honest—there's
nothing quite like the good outdoor air and sports to pep you u p — a t
least until you try to climb out of bed the next m o r n i n g . Feel stiff?
U m m — d e f i n i t e l y — b u t we'll try it again!
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THE
PARNASSIAN
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Sdmi
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Violet
Jacobs
Mary
Kelioe
M a r i o n e LaPlante
Dorothy
Clara
M e l lellan
Vollmer
Vera Vollmer
Let's read! . . . Read the things you've always wanted to—classics, neoclassics, or maybe just ghost stories. . . . From purely pragmatic
perambulating in prose to meaningful or maybe just mischievous meandering a la Christopher Morley (have you read ParnasSUi on Wheels—
No. 1 book of the club?), Stephen Leacock. or whom do you prefer for
foolishness? Foreign literature—contemporary trends—and discussions
on best sellers—and for the social atmosphere—teas, an evening of maple
sugaring, a lot of laughs at a movie. . . . Shake well, and you have—the
Parnassian Club!
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Literary
THE TOWER
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Editors—JLNI
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Editor—FRASR
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Managing
Editor—MARIIIA
Vi'n BL'R
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This energetic group fairly bristles with creativeness—Sophomore lit.
courses bring much Tower material to light, but few have the stick-to-itiveness of the true Towerite. . . . The tableau above suggests that the
Tower is born on the premises, but we'll let you in on a secret—Shhh—
the Clinton Press really does the work! . . . The "digest size" is something
new—but it's big enough to do a good job of collecting and reflecting
snatches of the cultural and creative side of our humdrum existences. . . .
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ROCK CRACKERS
President
JIANNI
Secretary
POT u s
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Leon Armer
Marie Earl
Dorothy Issett
Mary Lasher
Bart O'Brien
I mila Rogers
Organized by enthusiastic biologists (don't they look it?), club members
hunt all over for odd and rare rocks to crack.
of rocks and minerals.
In the offing—a museum
Okay, we say, as long as they don't call this
college a museum for fossils. Added feature . . . . a booklet to be issued
containing all the info about said rocks and minerals. . . . Shades of biology
class, what is the name of those cute little fossils so plentiful in the near
vicinity? Begins with a " T " we know. Just ask a Rock-cracker if you're
curious. . . .
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Urban Byways
RURAL CLUB
PresiJeml
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GLORCIANNI
BIGLOW
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Secretary
KATHLEEN BLYITTI
Treasurer
DOROTHY
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Kathleen
Beyctte
Gcorgianne Biglow
Eleanor
Binonette
Catherine
Dorothy
Jeane
Cassidy
Conger
Devins
Marion
Dillon
Ellen
Dobbs
Alice Folger
Helen
Garvey
Marjorie
Dorothy
McClcllan
I iltui
Possessors of the school-teacher instinct, with an emphasis on the youngsters—happy with smudgy faces, patched overalls, bare brown feet (come
Murnane
Jennie
Leah
Lagree
Nolan
O'Connor
Kathleen
Cecilia
Marjorie
summer in the North country)—combining club work with pleasure.
Visiting country schools in a sleigh—snow, songs, and a warm fur
O'Ncil
robe. . . . Being a teacher of a one-or two-room rural school isn't just
Prisneau
something out of The Hoosier Schoolmaster. . . . Tucked away in the hills
Sprague
are many—each needing a teacher—someone trained to cope with the
Jane
Pearl
Greta
Stanton
Tyler
Walker
difficulties and the problems. . . . The Rural Club attempts to do what it
can to prepare for these problems! . . .
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Sorority
ALPHA
DELTA
Lucille Anctil
Jane A y res
I lelcn Kerijuist
Jean Bessett
Kathleen Bcyette
M a r i l y n Bredenberg
Doroihy Brining
Louise Cozen 7.a
Doris Crossett
Helen Dacey
Anne Deyo
Margaret Deyo
Beth Evanson
Marie l e r r c t t i
Alva Fisher
Doris Giroux
Marilyn Hill
Marion I Jiigancamp
Anne Hogle
Betty Huiler
Irene Jackson
Dorothy Junes
Frances LaTour
Lita Lynch
Alpha Delta sisters, and more happy memories. , . . They did the honors
N a n Massaro
Lillian Newell
for the Frosh and went original with a "coke-tail" party at the year's
Barbara Nye
Helen Ormandy
outset! . . . The foresighted Alphas taught their rushees how to spend an
Eleanor Pease
enjoyable evening in an air raid shelter—and such high morale, such
Shirley Perry
Ruth Pease
fortitude. . . . The usual quota of parties, meetings and the spice of special
events—a spaghetti supper—pledge—initiation. . . . From caterpillar into
butterfly—from hag to beauty—panorama of the week between informal
Marjorie Schoonmjker
Lois Smith
Katherine Stafford
Katherine Slark
Helen Teepell
W i n i f r e d Tompkins
and formal initiation!!
The finale—Farewell Banquet to the Seniors—
Irene Trombley
Jean Van Vranken
last good-bye to the fun, foolishness, and solemnity of sorority life. . . .
Aileen Viol/.
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Sorority
ALPHA KAPPA PHI
Elizabeth Allen
Bessie Barbour
Betty Bell
L i l l i a n Kills.is i t c h
Doris Brass ley
Marjorie Butler
Elaine Cadmus
Betty Carpenter
Monica Clancy
Jean Clough
Dorycc Collum
Betts I oii.iiy
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Muriel Dunham
Eleanor Edwards
Doris I Idred
Jean Erts
Charlotte Flachsland
Lydia Gagliardi
Daphne Gibbs
Anne Grasset te
Lucy Hatliway
Kay Hawthorne
Dorothy Hillberg
Miriam Hughes
Barbara Huntington
Alberta Jones
Justina Junior
Marian Kelly
Shirley Lux
Mary Lyons
Muriel Matott
Ann McKeefe
Marjorie McNclis
Isabelle
McPhillips
Millicent Mullarney
Angela Nolan
Norma Poodry
Peg Powers
Lillian Katie
Joyce Reynolds
Sue Riffanacht
Doris Robertson
Alice Rogers
Peg Scnif
Mary Sheehan
Gwen Squires
Joan Thompson
Janet NX'ard
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Agos all—good times together—a Rush Party in the spirit of the day,
with rushee Privates, and Ago Corporals and Sergeants mixing ranks and
doing the honors. . . . The Interfrat dance—Christmas vacation—exams
(did we worry?)—and then, the time all sororities have been waiting
for—the new batch of pledgees at the Pledge Banquet. . . . Dancing with
after-banquet
dates—make it the Army
(at least, it seemed that
way). . . . Twelve midnight—formal pledge and the beginning of a
hellish week for the pledgees—blue and white bathing caps, dog collars,
and, umm, there must have been a priority on lipstick!
Back on the job
again—Convocation plans—Convocation! . . . And finally, yes, departure—the Farewell Banquet—and it's good-bye to another year of happiness with old and new friends!
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And More Sorority .
DELTA CLIO
Franca Ackkty
M i r i o a Harbour
Mary Burke
Eloise Cooky
Blemoc Duooricc
Julia Dunn
Louise I.dwards
Dorothy Forrest
Helen Garvcy
Helen Gaylord
Carita H a r t i n g
Marion Hewitt
Vera H y r a
Dorothy Issett
Mary Kehoc
Roberta Kirk
Mary Locke
Dorothy Lyons
Helen Lyons
Louise Maier
Betty Martineau
Dorothy M e t Mellan
The Clios had an exciting year—with their assembly program, rush party,
Pledge and Initiation activities et al. . . . Memories that bless and burn—
Jeanne A. Miller
Anne Murray
Jcane N y e
Kathleen 0 * N c i l
the work behind the assembly program—all the hours when the lamps
were on far into the night while "playwrights" scribbled, trying to "get
M i non Patterson
Elsie Robinson
Louella Rubers
the mood"—tragic scenes which were hilarious at rehearsals—and the
rewarding pride that came when the A. A. U. W. requested a repeat performance. . . . The Interfrat shindig started the rush season which led
farmerettes and their prize animals to a Clio fair. . . . Then there were the
Pledge Banquet, Initiation Supper, and the Senior Breakfast—picnics and
Anna Ryan
Norma Kykert
Ruth Sickler
Marian Smith
Marjorie Sprague
Corinne Straka
Aileen Thurner
Peg VC'hittemore
parties. . . . And "it was such a good year!"
Jane Yates
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DELTA TAU CHI
Fraternally Speaking . . .
Men! . . . Take a good look, girls, this page may be valuable in years to
come—and such fine specimens too! The fellows did their bit for the
Interfrat dance this year—had a riotous time during their informal
(we're not dressing) initiation—the Hawaiian effect appreciated by all
(we now know that Joe Young swings a Grable-ish hula!). They had
an assortment of banquets and pot luck suppers—anything, with beans
as entree and spaghetti for dessert! On the solemn side—farewell lunches
for the D.T.X'ers who left fraternity ranks to join the Army, Navy,
and the Marines—formal initiation—and this picture. . . .
Kenneth Allard
Don Fallon
Ellsworth Jackstadi
Frank Potter
Leon Armer
John Frailer
Claude I.aPlantc
Bernard Rabin
William Craigie
Roger Golden
Judson Lanctot
Francis Turner
Don Dedrick
Ralph Grover
John Xeyenhouse
Joseph Young
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Let's Eat
President
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Gourmets, food, cooking, meal plans—anything gustatory—anything with spice. . . . Light housekeepers—trying out new recipes—
cooking for each other, having "suppers". . . . And they plan the
biggest supper of all—the all-school event. . . . This year we really
had an affair—the climax to the P.S.T.C. parade of the previous
night—good spirits—Dr. Ward at his whimsical best—Sid, m.c. with
a rare repertoire—the "Lazy River Trio," and the brass quartet that
knew no ending—
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ALTONA BUTLLR
Librarian-historian
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Cheers — Aw,ml s — E'.xcitement— Dr. Redcay's Speech—The High Bowling Score for
the Girls—We Wouldn't Have Missed It for
Anything!
Kathleen Keyette
Dorothy f o n d
Dorothy Brining
Mary Lasher
Audna Butler
Marv Moran
Alice Folget
Veronica Gawrofl
Anne Hentschel
Carol Patterson
Jean Reeves
I lei nor Jack
Margaret Stadd
Katherine Taylor
Alice Vikon
Kern ice Jon«
Doris Youmans
Marion Hewitt
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Spotlight On '42 . . .
FALL
Registration—crowded halls—newcomers. . . . All-School picnic—rotten
egg throwing—mad dash for the long hot ones—Diebie ladling them
out—gad, man, did you eat onions too? . . . Frosh rules—red caps—lots
of ribbing—dandelion destroying. . . . First Tea Dance—didn't know
so many girls had pretty legs. . . . Hallowe'en—we rang doorbells—what
did you try?—the part)—cider, and doughnuts. . . . Soiree nitc—gardenias—swish—perfumes—stiff collars. . . . First open house—the football game per radio—dancing in the small gym—big week-end. . . .
WINTER
Rand Hill—skiing. . . . Interfrat—the novel programs—the cookie and
punch bar. . . . Christmas—making gifts—the beautiful Cantata. . . .
Home. . . . Vacation—catching up on sleep—losing it all New Year's
Eve. . . . Back to work. . . . Frosh Hop—new ceiling—clever decorations—more glamor. . . . Fraternity and sorority stuff—pledge and hell
week—no downtown baiting, shucks! . . .
SPRING
Home Ec. Open House—demonstrations—exhibits—Defense theme. . . .
Yipc—more vacation—Easter—much too short. . . . To the grind again—
ten weeks' tests—did someone mention incompletes again? . . . P. S. T. C.
—the big parade—Dr. Ward's perfectly apt speech. . . . Music Week—
h. s. bands underfoot—music everywhere—y u P» good, too. . . . Junior
Week—our pet, the Prom—did you like the Queen?—"sneak" day—
should have been a week—fishing maybe. . . . Cramming at the last. . . .
The final week—busy—Class Day, Senior Ball, and Commencement. . . .
I hate to see you go—good luck—yes, I'll write. . . .
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It's a junior's world—for one wee week out of a long year.
The prin-
ciple followed therefore is—fill the seven days with a maximum of fun,
frolic and frivolity.
It's a great feeling to let loose just once in a
while. . . .
A Prom Queen—not a king but a Queen—gave the Junior Prom something extra this year.
'Course the dance brought its usual accompani-
ments of blind dates, sore feet (and heads), decorating, blues, disheveled
rooming houses while the gang fussed and primped, boys cursing those
confoundedly hard-to-tie affairs they wear around their necks, sweet
swing and deadly downbeats.
The banquet at the Royal Savage was a gustatory miracle, a marvelous
memento of a full and joyous year—and, incidentally—a gay old time for
all concerned. . . . They had us tagged—no mistaking a junior for a soph
if we could help it. Horrors, who could do that anyway?
At any rate
the tags gave us that "all for one one and all juniors" feeling. . . .
Outdoor classes is more to the spot during spring.
more often.
We oughta do this
There's a certain nice informality and down to earthiness
about it all. . . . Sneak day and that lush feeling of getting out of something. . . . All in all, it's a week of friendliness and cooperation, the spinning of more threads in life's pattern.
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WE THANK . . .
Arnold's Book Store
Glenn's Barber Shop
O'NeiPs
Atwood's Orchards
Gordon's Boot Shop
Ostra nder's
Austins'
Grand Union
Parker Sport Shop
Beemer's
Grant, Dr. K. H .
Plattsburgh Dairy Co.
Bolles, L. C.
Graves, E. H.
Plattsburgh Electric Co.
Booth and Booth
Guibord & I lapgood
Plattsburgh News Co.
Bouyea Baking Co.
Hitchcock
Pombrio's
Candyland
Jacques
Public Market
Carlisle's
Kassel's
Rene Neveu & Sons
Champlain Valley Savings &
Kehoe. Harry P.
Royal Savage
Knight Tavern
Ryan Brothers
Clark's Jewelry Store
Larios
Savage Studios
Clinton Diner
Larkin's
Sharron's
Clinton Press
Lavin, J. T.
Shelton Service
Connor's
Long's
Sherman, A. E.
Cumberland Hotel
Maples, The
Spear Bros.
Daily
Marshall's
Spiegel's
Dock and Coal Co.
Mason, A. Si Sons
Stack pole's
Dodge and Frazier
Mason, E. S.
Stevenson, Dr. H. C.
Dossert, F. C.
McGaulley's
Strand and Champlain Theatres
Fife & Drum
Merkel's
Tri-Gables Dairy
Fin wood Dinette
Monopole
Tuttle & Par shall
Fit-Rite Shop
Nash Bowling Alley
Tuttle Printing
Fro-Joy
Nelson's Flower Shop
VMFF
Gero's
Nitzi's
Wolfe's
Loans Co.
Republican
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