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We take a few sheets of paper, write on
them, place a cover over them, and call it a
book. Some books or booklets are scarcely
opened before they become waste paperg
others are read through and then discarded.
The third class of books are read and reread,
placed among our choicest possessions and
kept forever. We sincerely hope this book will
belong to the third class.
We must thank those students who through
their untiring efforts have succeeded in mak-
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MISS BLANCHE M. ENGLAND
ln deep appreciation for her gracious inter-
est and her charming friendliness which has
been the ideal of the Class of I939, we dedi-
cate our yearbook "The Revue" to Miss
Blanche M. England. Her untiring efforts in
our behalf, her patience, her understanding,
her participation in all school activities, and
her cheerfulcooperation will remain a tribute
to a fine personality. May she always be our
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Axel B. Berglin, Eugene Merriman, Roy A. Porter, President, Lester R. Gillard, F. J. Saile, Ernest Day
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MISS GLADYS HRODA
LEICESTER R BENTON
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MRS. LULU L. HIGLEY
Science and Mafkemafics
ELIZABETH R. CORNWELI.
Home Making and
MRS. EDITH BURR
MRS. DORIS WOOD
C. E. JOHNSON
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STEWART C. NEW
WINIFIED M. MURPHY
Hisrory and Lafin
MRS. LINA E, STROUTS MRS. RUTH R. SYMC I
Grade 7 and 8 Grade 5
DORIS WIGTON EDWARD H. URION
Grade 2 Music. I
OLIVER C. SPAULDING HELEN WATERS
Physical Educafion and English Librarian
MILDRED SHEPHARD GWENDALYN DORF
Grade 2 Grade 6
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Dramatic Club 3, French Club 2, 3, Speaking
Contest 3 llst prizel, "Campus Crier" Staff
3, 4, "Revue" Staff 4, Candidate for Apple
Blossom Queen. -
Ambition: Fashion Creator.
"Variety's the very spice of life.'f
ROB ERT BOYC E-"Bob"
Secretary 4, Speaking Contest 3, Scouts l, 2.
Ambition: Forest Ranger.
"ls life worth living?"
Dramatic Club 3, Vice President l, 4, "Campus
Crier" Staff 3, 4, "Revue" Staff 4, Saluta-
Ambition: Scientist. ' -
"His bark is worse than his bite."
President l, 4, Secretary 3, "Campus Crier"
Staff 3, 4, "Revue" Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Scouts 3, 4,
Ambition: Journalist. i
"Young in limbs, in judgment old."
JAMES CARRU BBA-"Jim"
Dramatic Club 35 French Club 35 "Campus
Crier" Staff, Business Manager 4.
"To that drydrudgery at the desk's J
BETTY CORNWELL '
Dramatic Club 35 French Club 2, 35 Treasurer
l 2 4'S eakin Contest2 3 "Cam us Crier"
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Staff 45 "Revue" Staff 3, 45 Scouts 3, 4.
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low."
Secretary 2. '
"Study to be quiet."
Baseball 2, 35 Speaking Contest 25 "Revue"
Staff 45 Scouts 45 Tumbling Club 2, 35 Tapping
Club 2, 3.
Ambition: To become a registered nurse.
"Even an oyster may be crossed in love."
"Revue" Staff 3, 4, Scouts I, 2, 3, 4.
"A mother's pride, a father's joy."
VIRGINIA E. KRUEGER
"Campus Crier" Stott 4, "Revue" Staff 4
Ambition: Beauty Culturist.
President 3, "Campus Crier" Staff 4, "Revue"
Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer.
"Smiles with an intent to do mischief."
Dramatic Club 3, Vice President 35 "Campus
Crier" Staff 2, "Revue" Staff 2, 3, 45 Scouts 4.
"Mistress of herself, though China fall."
CHARLES M. FOSTER, JR.-"Star'
"None but herself can be her parallel.
NEIL SH UKN EC HT-"Shuky"
"Revue" Staff 4.
"There shall be no love lost."
"Revue" Staff 4.
"The greater man, the greater courtesy."
Scouts l, 2, 3, 4.
"He seems so near, and yet so tar."
"Revue" Staff 4.
"A good heart is better than all the heads
in the world."
Vice President 2: "Campus Crier" Staff 3:
Ambition: Dancing Teacher.
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Ambition: Business woman.
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Dramatic Club 2, 3, President 2, Speaking
Contest 3, "Campus Crier" Staff 3, 4, "Revue"
Staff 2, 3, 4, Scouts l, Z.
Ambition: To be rich.
"ln the sprinq a young man's fancy lightly
turns to thoughts of love."
Dramatic Club 3, Scouts 3, 4, A cappella
"Her very foot has music'in it."
Way back in 26 six of the present seniors fearfully entered the old high
school building to begin the quest for knowledge The tearful l?l half of this
group was Virginia Krueger Jane Bonney and Mary Watson The others were
Harriet Calarco Charles Foster and Alfonso Calarco ln the years following
Robert Boyce Paul Zambito and Betty Schuler joined the class. During the
seventh and eighth years in school many brilliant members were added to our
group some of whom moved away or did not return However the Freshman
Class of l935 l936 changed very little from its early composition-Betty Corn-
well was our only newcomer Gradually the class of twenty eight diminished
until now we have a group of twenty Meanwhile the members of our group
moved about like puppets Elton Smith transferred from Parker l-ligh School in
Clarence last fall. Beulah Eichler and Virginia Krueger returned to the Elba
Central School in September l938. For our class advisor we selected Mr.
Benton. Under such able leadership we startled the school by many novel
ideas. The banner purchased in the Seventh Grade was hung in front of the
old study hall-o precedent established for other classes to follow. Our motto
has always been "cooperation and com radeship , and so our gawkiness was
never too noticeable.
Sophomore year we took the school by stormi We gave dancing lessons,
sponsored tea dances, and acquired a bank roll by selling peanuts. Miss Shep- 1
hard proved to be an ideal person to carry on Mr. Benton's work.
Til cmss Histoiav
Junior year went by all too quickly. We continued our sophomore policies,
presented a comedy, "Mountain Mumps"-a huge success by the reports--,
and a Junior Prom, where our best gowns made an appearance. The gymnasium
in the old school was transformed by a false ceiling of balloons into o magical
We, the initial Senior Class, held the first dance in the new central school.
e"The Green Light", a mystery ploy that will go down in the annals of school
history, was given under the direction of Miss England and the cooperation of
Mr. Benton. Modern class rings and graduation invitations were selected and
the traditional black gowns are to be discarded for white and maroon. The
Seniors have ably prepared a bigger and better "REVUE" and are now writing
their own Class Night play. A Senior Ball is to be held in June and a trip to the
Thousand Islands is anticipated. And so, my friends, we, the CLASS OF l939,
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We,dhwmnfW1 I!i4Mr of the
town of County of and State of
M in the year of Our Lord f being of sound bodies,
min s, memories, and having acquired the rank of Seniors, do make, publish,
and declare this our LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT, hereby revoking,
annulling any and all WILLS made heretofore:
Item I : We direct all just debts, sentimentalities, tears, unexpected pleasures, for-
tunes, etc., to be paid out of the moneyless coffers of the Senior Class, and at once.
Item 2: To future Apple Blossom Queens, we do bequeath, devise, will, donate any and
all the qualities of grace, personality, poise, charm, and attractiveness that Jane Bonney
Item 3: To Eleanor Driggs we do give the flowing tresses of spun gold that now belong
to Virginia Krueger.
Item 4: To Ziggy we bequeath the blushes of Bud Snell, to which we hope he will com-
bine his own, thus producing the greatest blushes ever witnessed by the inhabitants of this
Item 5: To "Carmie" Calarco we leave Jim Carrubba's romantic portrayal of Shake-
speare's Romeo, so that he may entice some wandering Juliet. -
Item 6: To "Buster" Schuler we bequeath the bashfulness of Neil Shuknecht, thereby
tempering his forwardness of manner. IWe hopell
Item 7: To Walt Millis we will the ability that Elton Smith has to sweep Mary Watson
off her feet.
Item 8: To Pete we give the twinkling toes and the "Don Juan" tendencies of Paul
Item 9: To Eunice Goodliff we leave Mary Watson's ability to get what she wants. A
Item IO: To Earl Keller we bequeath Charles Foster's curls.
Item I I : To Marie Watson we will Beulah's ability to make her own dates.
Item I2: To June Ruck we bequeath the fine singing voice of Robert Boyce, and also -
his ability to saoth the senior boys to quietness in assemblies.
Item I3: To Howard Hart we devise Foe's art of argumentation. May he be equally as
Item I4: To Theresa Arena we give Mary Tretter's charming personality.
Item I5: To Dorothy Schuler we leave the ability Marian Waldron has to go steady
Item I6: To Ethel Woof we leave Betty CornwelI's soft, entrancing voice. '
Item I7: To Tony Zambito we donate Chink's obstinacy.
Item I8: To the girls of the Junior Class we bequeath Betty Schuler's beautifully if
groomed coiffure so that they may enchant the inquisitive males.
I d Item I9: To the Senior Home Room of next year we will Harriet Calarco's ability asa
Item 20: To those of us who.know too much, we bequeath Dorothy Crane's dewy-eyedj
. Item Zi : To the Junior Class of '39 we will the Senior Class' lea
and congeniality. May they succeed in all their undertakings as well as the
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First Row: Shirley Say, June Ruck, Theresa Arena, Mary Watson, Betty Fraser, Dorothy Day, Jane Bonney, Shirley
Maloney, Arlene Day. Back Row: Leon Watson, Ronald Reiss, William Allen, Charles Foster, Paul Zambito,
Anthony Zambito, Robert Wetherwax, Miss England, Advisor.
Democracy! That is an ideal for which nations struggle. ln last year's election returns,
the honors were evenly divided between the "Democans" and the "Republicrats." Our stu-
dent council believes in representing the entire student body fairly and squarely. lt endeavors,
therefore, to maintain activities of all kinds.
This democratic spirit was born five years ago under the direction of Mr. Hugh W.
Vanderhoot, Principal. Today, student council appropriates money tor all athletic events,
appoints athletic managers, plans Play Day in June, approves the staffs of the two publica-
tions, "The Revue" and the "Campus Crier", as well as sponsors a magazine contest, a maga-
zine contest party, the sale of pop and ice cream at athletic events, and has organized a patrol
system to care for traffic. A committee of student council members was chosen to direct
assembly programs. Jane Bonney is chairman, and her assistants are Dorothy Day, Paul
Zambito, and Ronald Reiss. Faculty advisors are Mr. Urion, Mr. Spaulding, and Miss England.
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fall under the direction of Mr.
New, instructor in agriculture.
The two mascots of this group
are the owl, which signifies
wisdom, and the plow, indus-
triousness. With such omens
of success, the farmers have
forged ahead, and have taken
field trips, attended Cornell's
Farm and Home Week, and at-
tended various talks of an agri-
cultural nature. Play producing
was fun for them. "Ferdinand",
pictured at the right, was a big
First Row: Frank Gontko, Edwin Pelz, Herbert Genagon, Frank Fiorentino, William Kirkpatrick, David Boyce
Everett Lucey. Second Row: Mr. New, Advisory Robert Boyce, Paul Tretter, James Scheiber, Lloyd Mowers James
Boyce, Neil Shuknecht, Joseph Zambito. Third Row: Earl Dorman, Donald l.. Coughlin, Howard Bateman, 'Warren
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Henries, Adelbert Snell, Paul Monachina, Dona d H, oug in,
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Sitting llett to rightl : Harriet Calarco, Theresa Arena, Charles Foster, Margery Porter, Eleanor Driggs, Arlene D
Brenda Dart, Jane Bonney, Carmelo Calarco, Catherine Motz, Beulah Eichler, Anthony Zambito, June Rack, Mary
Watson, Betty Cornwell, Hester Coughlin, Marie Coughlin, Alfonso Calarco. Standing lleft to right! : Walter Millis,
Roy Porter, Mr. Urion, Director, Lucille Kirkpatrick,
Front Row' Margaret Crane Mar W t D
. , y a son, orothy Schuler, Harriet Calarco, Margery Porter, Dorothy Crane,
Marian Waldron, Betty Schuler, Jane Bonney. Back Row: Mr. Urion, Director, Beulah Eichler, Catherine Motz,
Eleanor Driggs, Marie Coughlin, June Ruck, Helen Gravel, Shirley Neth, Alice Churchill.
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Sitting ileft to rightl 1 Mary Calarco, Jean Howland, John Gillard, Violet Millis, Arlene Day, Ralph Gillard, Brenda
Dorf, Betty Cornwell, Mary Watson, Carmelo Calarco, Jane Bonney, Leon Watson, Dorothy Day, Helen Baker,
' ' El Dr' s, Marie Coughlin Beulah Eichler, Alfonso
Catherine Matz, Anthony Zambito, Hester Coughlin, eanor igg ,
Calarco June Ruck. Standing lleft to rightl 1 Howard Hart, Lucille Kirkpatrick, James Palermo, Roy Porter, Walter
Millis, Harriet Calarco, Margery Porter, Mr. Urion, Director.
nd has enter-
The musical activities of our school have been wide and varied. The ba
tained at the P. T. A. reception for the new teachers early in the fall, has played for the Dedi-
cation Exercises ofthe new school, has performed for the Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs of Batavia,
as well as participating in the Minstrel Show given by the Batavia Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, and the festivals at Akron and Geneva. A junior band is graduating members to senior
The 'orchestra has appeared several times for assembly programs, and has performed at
dd d t its library.
the Spring concert. New pieces of classical and popular music have been a e o
The Glee Club made its first appearance on December 20. Throughout the school year
a variety of popular and classical pieces have been Sung. We look forward to more music of
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so instructed these girls that they are able to carry on the routine duti
very capable manner. However, this club has its parties and celebrations also. Future libra-
rians take note: This is one place where you can secure all your experience without cost.
First Row: Aileen Strable, Theresa Arena, Emma Evans, June Ruck, Dorothy Day, Margaret Crane. Second Row: Miss
Walters, Director, Dorothy George, Ethel Woof, Beulah Eichler, Brenda Dorf, Betty Fraser, Evangeline Millis.
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Gavel, Beulah Eichler, Dorothy Schuler, Catherine Motz, Marie Coughlin, June Ruck.
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Junior and senior scouts unite to'form a friendly group with practical ideas. "To serve",
the watchword of every Girl Scout, is evidenced by the readiness these girls show in any com-
munity activity. Miss Lina Calarco, Scout Master, has built a strong organization. The head-
quarters of the Scouts are located on Main Street over the Ess Market. Camping trips, parties,
bake sales, bazaars, and banquets are some of the items of interest.
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"Boys, boys! We can't have an argu-
Jerome Forrester, Kitty Corey, Donald
Rhodes, Madame Zenda.
Aesop, Kitty Corey, Mary Marston.
"Whatever has happened to her doesn't
- seem to have harmed her any."
Trinka Anderson, Mattie Marston, Dr.
Spaulding, Jerry Forrester.
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Jimmy Robinson, Amy Smith, Benson
Bill Smith, Mrs. Kennedy, Lucy.
ffrqobodyfs going fo put me out of this "Get out of my house, you imposter!"
house until I m good and ready. Amy Smith, Miss Jones, the Cop'
Ned Kennedy, Daisie Montaine. '
A young husband, having celebrated during the absence of his wife, brought home a
total stranger. The unexpected return of his wife and his hated mother-in-low caused the
husband, with the aid of his trusted butler, Benson, to make his alibis concerning the night
before ond the identity of his strange companion. A show girl, who had met the two men
the night before, arrived ond was mistaken for the fiancee of the wife's brother whose
affections she tried to recapture, however, in doing so, she fell in love with the hu'sband's
Lucy fthe rnoidl ...........................................,,,.,...,,. .....,,, T heresa Arena
Benson fthe butlerl ..,.....,.....,......, ,,,,, C Qrmelo Colcrco
Amy Smith fthe wifel ....................,, ,,,,,,., M Qrgery Porter .'
Mrs. Kennedy fthe mother-in-Iawl ..,,. .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, J une Ruck
Bill Smith fthe husbandl ,,,.,,,,.,,,.,,,,,
Jimmy Robinson fthe friendl .....,. JI.-.-:Zygmont Wontuck
Daisy Montaine fthe show girll .,,,. .,....,..
Ned Kennedy fthe brotherl .......
Miss Jones fhis fianceel .,...,,.., Coughlin
The Cop ........................,,,,,, ,..,... Alphonso Angello
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Sitt ng Walter Millis, Anthony Zambito, Donald L. Coughlin, Captain: Donald H. Coughlin, Zigmont Wantuck
Stand ng: Roy Porter, Assistant Manogerg James Carrubba, Charles Foster, Coach Spaulding, Adelbert Snell Harley
Dilcher Paul Monachino, Manager.
l938-l939 BASKETBALL SEASCDN
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Sitting: Betty Schuler, Helen Gavel, Coach Spaulding, Lucille Kirkpatrick, Jane Bonney. Standing: Theresa Arena,
Harriet Calarco, Beulah Eichler, Dorothy Schuler, Katherine Motz, Margery Porter.
Tl-lE ALL-STARS AND FLASI-IES
The Champs of last year conducted an intermural contest during the basketball season,
playing in preliminary games and during noon hours. The athletic program for girls is being
reorganized, and will be entirely intermural. Basketball, baseball, tennis, volley ball, shuffle
board, ping pong, track, and dancing are sponsored. "Sound minds in sound bodies" is the
motto of the girls!
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The baseball team is again off to a good showing. Last year we ended up at the finals
in Rochester at the Stadium. This year we are on our way!
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Bergen lpractice gameltl. BO 6
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Kendall ,........................, l7 O
South Byron ...s...............,... l9 3
Albion lpractice gamelti... 3 O
Waterport ......,..............,. lO 5
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Sitting: Charles Foster, Walter Millis, Donald l.. Coughlin, Robert Reiss, Alfonso Calarco, Paul Zarnbito, Standing
Coach Spaulding, Earl Keller, Harley Dilcher, Warren Henries, Zygrnont Wantuck, Duane Porter, Alphonso Angello
Robert Boyce, Rolland Schuler, Donald H. Coughlin, Charles Lonnen, Managerg Anthony Zambito. !7
Sitting: Rolland Schuler, Howard Dash, David Jenkins, Howard lsaac. Standing: Howard Schuler, Kenneth Crane
George Kreger, Robert Kirsch.
To these people we commend the keeping of our school, school equipment, and the safe
arrival and delivery of every boy and girl ofthe Elba Central School.
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BEULAH EICHLER--Head of the Matrimonial Bureau.
FOE CALARCO-World Known Lion Tamer who is a second "Bring 'Em Back Alive" Buck.
CHINK REISS-Head Doctor at the New York State Hospital for the Criminally Insane.
JIM CARRUBBA--President of the Red Creek National Bank.
BUD SNELL-Representative of the Future Farmers of America at Washington, D. C.
JANE BONNEY-Queen of Movie Lands, and tenth wife of Clark Gable.
BETTY SCHULER-A Marm in the Elba Central School with a reputation of being very severe.
MARY WATSON-Dancing celebrity who has won the heart of the Duke of Windsor.
HARRIET CALARCO-Editor of the Elba Muckers' Gazette and Chronicle.
BETTY CORNWELL-Trapeze artist for Barnum Cr Bailey.
CHARLES FOSTER-Professor ot Astronomy at Eichler Institute, Peoria, Illinois.
ZEKE ZAMBITO--Coach of the New York Yankees.
VIRGINIA KRUEGER-Dark-haired brunette, business partner to Albert Einstein.
MARY TRE'l'l'ER-The First Graduate from R. B. l. with a 99 per cent rating. Teacher at
Buffalo State Teachers' College.
NEIL SHUKNECHT-Another F. F. A. member in Washington, D. C., acting as assistant to
BOBBY BOYCE-Team of Boyce brothers, world-famous for renditions on the guitar.
DOROTHY CRANE-Teacher of Home Economics at the Elba Central School.
MARIAN WALDRON-Well-known doctor, her medical discovery of isolating the cancer
germ has made her world famous.
ELTON SMITH-Pianist who is as famous as Paderewski.
DONALD H. COUGHLIN-Representative of the United States to the Olympics in i940
thigh jumpl .
Zebe lwatching Pete oaintl: "How many coats
of paint do you give o door?"
Pete: "Two, my boy."
Zebe: "Then. if you give it a third coat, it would
be an overcoat?"
Pete: "No, my lad, a waste coat."
Dorothy Crane: "What makes the milk so blue?"
Marian Waldron: "Being separated from the
Foe: "l've finished with that girl."
Foe: "She asked me if l danced."
Chink: "What's so insulting about that?"
Foe: "l was dancing with her when she asked."
Prof: "How did you like those Chinese bock
scratchers I bought you?"
Mr. Benton: "Is that what they were? My wife's
been making me eat salad with them."
Bud Snell: "l've had it q whole year, and I
haven't oaid a cent for repairs on my car since I
Bob Boyce: "Yes, so the man at the service sto-
tion tells me."
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Neil: "May l call you by your first name?" iAfter
going with the girl for a year.l
Louise: "Yes, and better yet, you may call me by
your last name."
Chink: "Dad, what effect does the moon have
on the tide?"
Dad: "Not ony, son. Only on the untied."
'iiharlesz "You know, you're not a bad looking
Jane: "Oh, you'd say so even it you didn't think
I Charles: "We're even then. You'd think so even
if l didn't say so."
Betty Fraser iwatchina Dick Hill at the recent
track meetl: He iumps like o little deer!
Beulah thinks no man is good enough for her.
She may be right, Yes, and she may be left.
Prof's wife: "Did vou know tl-ot it is ten years
today since we become engaged?"
.Prof treading the paoerl: "Hmm, my dear, it's
high time we were getting married."
Mary T. iwatchina her mother beating egg whites
with a rotary beoterl: "Mother, may I wind up
CLASS AUTOGR PH
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THE GOOD WILL OF A CUSTOMER
IS A VALUABLE ASSET
GOOD WILL is acquired from GOOD SERVICE.
GOOD SERVICE is obtained through CO-OPERATION.
CO-OPERATION is working in harmony.
THIS BANK is always in tune.
J BANK or ELBA
ELBA, NEW YORK
Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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of ALBION cou: s'ronAGE
E. J. sEARosLEY co., mc. C0-I 'NC-
ALBION, N. Y.
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lt your goal is business don't stop until
your business preparation is complete.
Only technical training in a school ot
advanced business education can insure
paying responsible positions. R. B. I's
placement department secured 799 jobs
." for graduates in 1938!
Write today for
Headquarters for Watches
71, 'fu Visit the Gift Center of Batavia
S. A. BLUMBERG
H0 Main Street Batavia, N. Y.
Flowers of Distinction . .
L. C. STROH Cr SONS
48 Main Street Phone 900
BATAVIA, N. Y.
,aff-y LAMPRAKIS Cr SOMIS
Delicious Candies from
THE SUGAR BOWL
73 Main Street Batavia, N. Y.
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cooking-we're proud of the skill that we've ac-
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you'll like eating hereg why don't you stop in
tonight for dinner?
'Eb FRESH SEAFOOD ALWAYS
34 MAIN STREET Phone 1232
FASHION NEVER TAKES A VACATION
AT McALPINE, BRUMSTED'S . . .
THAT'S WHY IT IS HERE WHEN YOU DO.
If you are planning even a week-end there are things you need. The more
days you have to play, the more you will enthuse over the things we have
gathered for vacation purposes.
All prices show that we give you credit for being a thrifty man who knows
how to practice being perfect in his purchases.
McALPINE, BRUMSTED Cr CO.
BATAVIA, NEW YORK
E. C. ROOT
OAKFIELD, N. Y.
Furniture Funeral Directors
Phone 3 Phone 82
U GUY H. SMITH
5 Aix '
Heating, Plumbing, Tinning
A Good Little Store in a Good Little Town
OAKFIELD FARMS DAIRY
H. M. INGRAHAM
, Batovia's Upstairs Jeweler
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7 Quality Watches and Diamonds
ATLAS TIRES ACCESSORIES
GASOLINE G OILS REFRESHMENTS COMPLIMENTS
A. A. GRINNELL CO., INC.
COUNTY LINE GARAGE E'-BA'N'Y-
Howard A. Peters, Prop.
Kendall Gas and Oils
Sales and Service
G. M. C. Trucks
Phone 58 Elba, N. Y.
Napoleon's Exile to ELBA
Napaleon's exile to Elba is ancient news
-not so with the news gathered by the
Rochester Times-Union about events and
people of Elba, New York.
Read the Rochester Times-Union for in-
teresting, informative reports about your
home-town sports, social and current
events, as well as news from other com-
munities and the rest of the world. De-
livered to the home daily before 5 230 P.M.
EVERETT LUCEY, Elba, N. Y.
Rochester Times-Union Junior Salesman
America's Finest Anthracite
For Quality Laundry and
R. C. VERBRIDGE
,,,,,,,,e66 mba, N., suNsi-IIN: CLEANERS rf
'I2 Jackson St. Batavia
SCOTT Cr BEAN, INC.
BATAVIA, N. Y.
The Home of Fine Apparel for the Miss or Matron
Rugs Linoleum Draperies
HAXTON CANNING CO.
OAKFIELD, N. Y.
MUNN Cr YOUNG
Young Men's Clothes Shop
BATAVIA, N. Y.
Buy Your lce Cream at ....
PETERSON'S DRUG CO.
Elbc 4731 Ookfield 21
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OAKFIELD, New YORK
Salesman for Sinclair Products, says:
Sinclair H. C. Gasoline and Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil and Greases are
the "Tops" in Petroleum Products and that is the reason your School Buses
use them exclusively.
If you want the best, then we recommend Sinclair Petroleum products for
your car, truck or tractor.
M. M. WRIGHT, Agent
244 West Moin Street Phone 1134
BATAVIA, NEW YORK
MANCUSO CHEVROLET CO.
Sales and Service
Buy from the Largest and Most Reliable Dealer
NEW CHEVROLET FOR 1939
The Only Complete Low-priced Car
212-214 Main Street Phone 486
BATAVIA, NEW YORK
Choice Mecits Gnd Groceries
PHONE 4331 ELBA, N. Y.
ml Manufacturers of
, Q W 1 E I TREASURE CRAFT 5' STATIONERY
'T I I Owatonncl, Minn.
H. S. WALKER, District Manager
124 Cady Street Rochester, N. Y.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING O
F R THE TABLE DON BIGELOW
FRANK A. BARR TEXACO GAS AND ou.
GRocERiEs AND NoTloNs TIRES - BATTERIES
Phone Us 491 I ICE CREAM
We Deliver phone 4401 ELgA, N, Y,
TABLE TALK BAKERY
WON ITS FAVOR WITH ITS FLAVOR
BATAVIA, N. Y. PHONE 358
Granger Cr Co. Batavia Branch
BATAVIA, N. Y.
ROASTERS G PACKERS
ROYAL BLEND COFFEE
PROGRESS IN ouiz SCHOOL MEANS PROGRESS FRANCIS AND MEAD
IN oun COMMUNITY. AS A COMMUNITY, ,
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