Fairport High School - Hourglass Yearbook (Fairport, NY)
- Class of 1934
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1934 volume:
THE HCDUR GLASS
The Senior Class
Fairport High School
"The Hour Glass " is the emblem of human life
Behold hmm' swiftly the sands run
VOLUME IX NUMBER IX
THE HOUR GLASS :
'l'he sea resemhles the human life,
With its span of Hupsl' and "downs"g
The "u is" are the ha J Jiest times of all,
The "downs" are the tears and trowns.
At times, waves rise in snowy foam,
As our spirits rise with delight,
At times, like the stronger waves, we strive
To rise to a greater height.
But the greatest breaker of them all
May dip low and stay at restg
Like life, a wave can not always he
A heautiful, ever-rising crest.
But whether you ride on the crest of the wave,
Ur yet, in the valley helow,
Leave your ideals high up above
And toward them, eternally go.
As a ship will conquer the waves of the sea,
Ii' we keep our ideals high,
So will we always the eonquerors he
Of life's ohstaeles going hy.
lllartha Jane Morey '34
Olive King '34
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THE HOUR GLASS
THE HCDUR GLASS
YUI.llNIl+1 IX JUNIG, 19334 NUMIESIGR IX
Published Yearly by the Seniors of Fairport High School
Table of Contents
Foreword Dedication Faculty
Humor Advertisements Alumni
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Ne-nrly lilly por vent of the students in l'ltlll'I1Ol't lligh Svhool are
tillilllg' c'o1m1w1'c'i:1l voursvs. Mrs. liyon who tt'21C'll9S Comnwrvml
l12lXV, C0llllllPl'i'lZll Aritlmwtic' anal l'lK'0Il0llll0 lieogruplly, and Mr. John-
son who tc-zlvlws Shorthunml, Typewrlting and lIllfl'0llllC"LIOI1 to l:llSlIlf'SS
nrt- rlzlily som-king to present tlwlr Sllll'll'0tS Ill 210l'0l'll2lIlC0 with four
First, to zwquzlint young people with the 0lE'lll0Ilt2ll'y provvsses ol'
Sm-vonml, to instill unmlvrstzlmling and insight us well us providing
l'2l1'llltl0H for the Zlt'tlllll'lIlQ ol' spevliic' skills.
'l'hircl, to present the facts in our t'0llllll0l'l'lill voursvs :ls parts ol'
lllll' :mal lwmw having :1 4lll'0i't lWill'lI1g on human vxlstenve.
l"ourth, to curry on the 1-ommorviul work in our sc-hool z1cc'o1'cli11g
to tho most Sl'll'Illllii' anal motlern methods 1JOSSll3ll' with the uvuiluhlv
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ESTHER ANTES - - - "Antes"
"We all agree this picture is sweet,
But where is the violin to make it complete?"
Students' Associationg Orchestra fl, 2, 3, 415
Dramatic Club 11,3,4Jg Junior Prom Commit-
teeg Senior Ball Committeeg Senior Play Usherg
Glee Club Clj.
Rochester Business Institute
IRMA BENEDICT - - "Irm"
ffflfx "Sparkling eyes and chestnut hair,
. 'l'here's plenty of fun when 'lrm' is there."
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Students' Associationg Junior Fair Committee 1333
'C' "' ' 'L 4 If Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committee
.ifff I 1439 "Hour Glass" Staffg Senior Play Castg Girls'
fwt, Athletic Associationg Girls' Glee Club 115.
r General Hospital
dad! LAURA BILLS
k "Although she's small in size,
W Many a talent within her lies."
Students' Associationg Glee Club 4115 Junior Fair
Usher C315 Senior Ball Committeeg "Hour
Glass" Staffg Girls' Athletic Association.
MARGARET BOWN - - 'fpeggyf'
"Pleasant the days we've spent with you,
A friend so clever, fine and true."
Students' Associationg Girls' Glee Club 11, 2, 3,4Jg
"Hour Glass" Staifg Junior Prom Committeeg
,Senior Ball Committeeg Girls' Athletic Associa-
tiong Operetta QD.
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"Smiling and cheerful is her way,
And merry throughout the entire day."
Students' Associationg Senior Ball Committecg
Girls' Athletic Associationg Girls' Glee Club 133.
ENSTHER ,BUNTING - "Bunny"
"Petite, gay, full of fun,
Friendship with her is a treasure won."
Students' Associationg "Hour Glass" Staffg Senior
Ball Committeeg Girls' Glee Club 145g Sigma
ERMA CAMPBELL - - "Squeaky"
"Clever, versatile and bright,
Always ready to do what's right."
Students' Associationg Glee Club 12, 3,455 Girls'
Athletic Associationg Junior Fair Committeeg
Senior Ball Committeeg "Hour Glass" ,Staffg
"School Chatter" Staffg ,Bank Cashier 123.
ROSE CASELLA - - - "Rose"
"I prefer prudence to loquacioius folly."
Students' Associationg Basketball C113 Girls'
Athletic Associationg Senior ,Ball Committeeg
Senior Play Usher.
I4 H 0 U R G L A S S
JAMES CHARITY - - "Jimmy"
".lim's so neat, so fair and trim,
Some sweet girlie's heart he'll win."
Students' Associationg Baseball 13, 4, 23g Block
Letter F Clubg Assistant Manager Basketball
141g "Hour Glass" Staffg Senior Play Castg
Treasurer ,Senior Classg Senior Ball Committeeg
Guardian of Flagg Junior Prom Committeeg
Junior Fair Committeeg Delta Phi Epsilon.
United States Military Academy
l,aVERNl'1 COFFEE - - "Peanuts"
"Behind that laugh you'd never guess,
'l'here's plenty of wit and clevernessf'
Students' Associationg Public Speaking 11, 2yg
Leader Magazine Campaign 1413 Football 1435
Junior Fair Committee 12, 353 Senior Play Castg
Block Letter F 'Clubg Dramatic Club 11,3,4jg
Senior Ball Committeeg "Hour Glass" Staffg
Operetta 1193 Debate 141g Delta Phi Epsilon.
Post Graduate-Syracuse University
ROY COON - - - "Coony'
"I think I'd rather far be short-
'l'han never a-tall."
Students' Associationg Baseball 1l,2,3Jg Senior
Play Committeeg Senior Ball Committeeg Track
1355 Archery Club.
KENNETH DENNIS - "Kenny'
"Half my life I waste in sighs,
And yet the idle I despise."
Students' Associationg Senior Ball Committee
Basketball 1415 Delta Phi Epsilon.
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ROBERT DUDLEY - - "Bob"
"I think that I shall see the day,
When l'll be President of the U. S. A."
Students' Associationg President .Senior Classg
Editor-in-Chief "School Chatter"5 Senior Play
Castg "Hour Glass" Staffg Senior Ball Commit-
teeg Junior Fair Committee 13, 255 Manager of
Football 1455 Dramatic Club 13, 455 ,Band 1l,2,
3, 455 Operettag Prize Speaking Contest 11, 255
Students' Council 1255 Delta Phi Epsilon5
Debate 1455 Safety Patrol 1355 Invitation Com-
"You don't hear much from this attractive miss,
She's in the midst of things nevertheless."
Students' Associationg Valedictorian5 Glee Club
11, 2, 3, 455 Dramatic Club 11, 255 Junior Fair
Committee 1155 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior
Ball Committeeg "Hour Glass" Staffg Bank
Cashier 1155 Girls' Athletic Association 13,455
Collector Student Dues 11, 255 "School Chatter"
DOROTHY ELLSWORTH - - "Dot"
"Chickie's her one interest of the heart,
Due to Cupid's unerring dart."
Students' Associationg Girls' Athletic Association
11, 2, 3,455 Basketball 11,2,3,455 Glee Club 12,
455 Dramatic Club 1455 Junior Fair 12, 35.
EST!-IER GOSMAN - - "Gossy"
"A quiet and comely lass is she,
But who can tell what she may he?"
Students' Associationg Girls' Athletic Associationg
Usher, Junior Fair5 Senior Ball Committeeg
Glee Club 11, 255 Junior Prom Committee.
llll HOUR GLASS v.A..M
"Girls, girls, find if you can,
A bigger he-man than l am."
Students' Associationg Senior Ball Committee.
MA RY HARTLEY
"Mary's a girl of quiet type,
Nevertheless she's one whom we like."
Students' Associationg Glee Club 1135 Girls' Ath-
letic Association 11, 23g Senior Ball Committee.
"He's not afraid to take part in some fun,
Regardless of what is going to be done."
Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committeeg
,Senior Play Committeeg Track UU.
"An athlete is she as good as can he,
A good sport too, we all agree."
Students' Associationg Secretary, Students' Coun-
cil 1435 Senior Ball Committeeg Vice-President,
Girls' Athletic Association 1335 President, Girls'
Athletic Association 1435 Junior Prom Commit-
teeg Secretary, Sigma Delta Chig "Hour Glass"
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MATILDA HUGH - - "Tillie"
"Sweet in laughter, gentle in speech,
Everyone says she's 'just a pewa'ch'."
Students' Associationg Junior Fair Committee 1315
Orchestra 131g Glee Club 11,2,3,41g Operetta
111, Dramatic Club 111g Bank Cashier 1215
Girls' Athletic Associationg "Hour Glass" Staifg
Basketball 11, 21, Senior Play Usherg Senior
Ball Committeeg Invitation Committee.
MARJORIE HUMMICL - - "Marge"
"There is more truth than fiction in this,
That personality plus, describes this miss."
Students' Associationg Glee Club 141g Senior Ball
Committeeg "Hour Glass" Staffg Bank Cashier
University of Rochester
GEORGE HURLBURT - - "Hank"
"So 1 drags out me six shooter,
And blazes away at 'im."
Students' Association, Bank Cashier 11,213 Track
1119 Manager, Football 141.
J UNE HUTCHINSON
"Be careful, be careful, she's fit to beguile,
With her pretty face and her winning smile."
Students' Associationg Bank Cashier 1215 "Hour
Glass" Staffg Girls' Athletic Associationg Usher,
Senior Playg Girls' Glee Club 11, 2, 3,413 Senior
Ball Committeeg Junior Prom Committeeg
Operetta 1115 Basketball 11, 2, 3,41g Honor Bass
ketball Team 1315 Sigma Delta Chi.
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EVELYN JOHNSON - "Johnny"
"Doing her best in every way,
A friend indeed, we all can say."
Students' Association, "Hour Glass" Staff, Senior
Ball Committee, Bank Cashier 123, Girls' Ath-
Albany State College
FAY KELSEY - - - "Faizy"
"Clever, charming, gay and sweet,
Knowing her has been a treat."
Students' Association, Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 43,
Junior Prom Committee, Magazine Campaign
Leadger 133, Basketball 12, 3, 43, Senior Ball
Committee, Treasurer, Sigma Delta Chi, Junior
Fair Committee 123, "Hour Glass" Staff, Dra-
matic Club 143, Senior Play Cast, Girls' Ath-
letic Association, Guardian of Flag.
Post Graduate-William Smith College
GLADYS KENNEDY - "Glad"
"Gladys is a comrade royal,
Friendly, clever, fine and loyal."
Students' Association, Girls' Athletic Association,
Senior Play Cast, "School Chatter" Staff.
OLIVE KING - ' ' "Olly"
"A quiet girl, yet very prudent,
When all is told a serimus student."
Students' Association, Salutatorian, Students
Council 113, Editor-in--Chief, "Hour Glass",
Senior ,Ball Committee, Senior Play Usher,
Junior Fair Committee 113, Bank Cashier 11,
2,33, Secretary, Junior Class, Glee Club 1l,2,
3,43, Girls' Athletic Association.
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KATHARINE KOHLER - "Kay"
"Katharine is a charming miss,
And proves to be a real actress."
Students' Associationg Basketball 1115 Chairman
Junior Fair 12, 31g Junior Prom Committeeg
Senior Ball Committeeg Cheer Leader 1415 Glee
Club 1413 Girls' Athletic Association 11, 2, 3, 413
Dramatic Club 11, 3, 415 Senior Play Castg
Prize Speaking Contest 131.
LESLIE KUHNS - - - "Les"
"Schoo'l's so pleasant a place to beg
Why people want to graduate,
l just can't seem to see."
Students' Associationg Manager, Basketball 1519
Operetta 1115 Senior Ball Committee 15, 61g
Junior Prom Committee 13, 413 Junior Fair
Committee 15, 613 Baseball 1515 Band 11,2, 3,
4, 515 Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 4, 51.
CHARLOTTE MCLEOD - - "Lottie"
"Small, spritely, and petite,
A pleasanter girl you'll seldom meet."
Students' Associationg Girls' Athletic Associationg
Senior Ball Committee.
"A maiden appearing demure and shy,
But there's a twinkle in her eye."
Students' Associationg Senior Ball Committee.
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ANTOINICTTE MONTAGLIANO - "Tony"
"Genuine proof of the fallacy in the proverb,
'Ignorance is bliSs'."
Students' Associationg Public Speaking 1235
Junior Fair Committee 12, 33g Girls' Athletic
Association 12, 3, 435 Dramatic Club 13, 439
Sigma Delta Chi 13, 435 Glee Club 13, 439
Chairman, Tea Dance Committee 1335 Junior
Prom Committee 1335 Senior Ball Committeeg
"School Chatter" Staffg "Hour Glass" Staffg
Students' Council 1335 Debate 143.
Albany State College
CLA RA MOORE - - "Claire"
"Pair of hair and fair of face,
livery move a move of grace."
Students' Associationg Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 439
liand 1435 Senior Ball Committeeg Girls' Ath-
MA lt'l'klA JANE MOREY - "M.J."
"M, J.'s full of humor and wit,
As literary editor she does her bit."
Students' Associationg Vice-President, Senior
Classg Treasurer, Junior Classy Dramatic Club
113g Glee Club 11,2,3,43g Junior Fair Com-
mittee 11, 2, 333 Junior l-'rom Committeeg Senior
Hall Committeeg Girls' Athletic Associationg
Manager, Magazine Campaign 133g "Hour
Glass" Stal'l'g "School Chatter" Staflg Bank
Cashier 1133 Operetta 1135 Class Day Com-
University of Rochester
"Quiet, unassuming lad-
Never did a thing that's had,
Students' Associationg Track 143.
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THOMAS NICOSIA - "Tommy"
"Quiet, dark and rather tall,
We'll all agree he's a friend of all."
Students' Associationg Football 11,2,3,43g Cap-
tain 143g Block Letter F Clubg Delta Phi Epsi-
long Junior Fair Committee 1335 Junior Prom
Committee, Senior Ball Committeeg Track 133.
AGNES NOTEBAERT - "Aggie"
"When you hear a giggle,
Long drawn out and sweet,
'Aggies' funny bone -
ls olfering you a treat."
Students' Associationg Basketball 11, 2, 3, 435
Honor Basketball Team 13,235 Glee Club 11,Z, '
3,435 Operetta 113g Archery Club 1333 Repre-
sentative, Girls' Athletic Association 143g Usher,
Senior Play, Senior Ball Committeeg "Hour
Glass" Staffg Secretary and Treasurer, Glee
Club 1433 Invitation Committee.
St. Mary's Hospital
l-ALO ltl'lNCl'l PICPPAHD - - "Flossy"
"Her smile is good for us to see,
And she's as cheerful as can be."
Stud-ents' Association, Junior Fair Committee 1335
Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Commit-
teeg Girls' Athletic Associationg Glee Club 11, 2,
3,-13g Orchestra 11,2,3,43.
School of Commerce ,L
l'INlllCO POMPONIO - - "Rico"
"He can hold his own wherever he goes, Especially in sports he's 'right on his toes."
Students' Association, President, Students' Coun-
cilg "Hour Glass" Staffg Delta Phi Epsilon'
Block Letter ,F Clubg Baseball 12, 3,435 Foot- ,
ball 12, 3,439 Basketball 12, 3,435 Bank Cashier
1'1,2,33g Dramatic Club 143g Senior Ball Com-
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"Mary is an example of pep, vigor, and vim,
lsn't she always wearing a grin?"
Students' Association, Dramatic Club 13,4j, Glee
Club 11, 2,3,4J, Junior Fair Committee 13J,
' Junior Prom Committee, Chairman, Senior Ball,
Girls' Athletic Association, "Hour Glass" Staff,
"School Chatter" Staff, Winner Popularity Con-
ROBERT POTTER - - "Bob"
"Sorry boys, but can't you see,
The fairer sex is seeking me?"
Students' Association, Cheerleader 11,2,3J, Bas-
ketball 14J, Tennis 12, 3,4J, Senior Play Cast,
Operetta 115, Junior Fair Committee, "School
Chatter" Staff, Baseball 131, Football 12,3J,
Dramatic Club 13, 43, Senior Ball Committee,
Junior Prom Committee.
Alabama State College
MILDRED PRIEST - - "Milly"
"One ever faithful in her tasks,
An honest friend and true."
Students' Association, Glee Club 115, Secretary,
Senior Class, Senior Play Cast, "Hour Glass"
Rochester Business Institute
ROGIC R RYAN - - - "Boxy"
"For dark-haired girls 1 do not care,
l like the ones with blondish hair."
Students' Association, Basketball 13, 41, Football
143, Representative, Students' Council 145,
Delta Phi Epsilon, Block Letter F Club, "Hour
Glass" Staff, Dramatic Club 141, Senior Ball
Committee, Junior Fair Committee 12, 3,4J.
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DONALD RYON - - "Don"
"'Don' will be a salesman
That we all know,
For he could sell an ice-box
To a frozen Eskimo."
Students' Associationg Bank Cashier 11, 2, 3,453
Baseball Manager 1155 Student Dues Collector
11, 2, 3, 453 Delta Phi Epsilong Junior Fair Com-
mittee 11,2,355 Junior Prom Committee 11,255
Senior Ball Committee 12, 459 Safety Patrol 1355
Manager, Magazine Campaign 1455 Treasurer,
Students' Councilg Senior Play Managerg "Hour
WILLIAM SANFORD - - "Bill"
"He's one of the quietest of our boys
But then-an empty wagon
Makes the most noise."
Students' Associationg Junior Prom Committeeg
Senior Ball Committee.
GORDON SEAMAN - "Zeke"
"Gordy's an all around sport,
On the field and on the court,
The fellows all say that he is ace-high-
So all in all he's a swell guy."
Students' Associationg Baseball 11, 2,353 Football
1355 Basketball 13, 459 Delta Phi Epsilong
Treasurer, Block Letter F Clubg "Hour Glass"
Staffg Senior Ball Committeeg Vice-President
Students' Councilg Vice-President Junior Class.
RICHARD SMITH - - "Dick"
"Nothing ever worries me,
Nothing ever hurries me,
What is to be is bound to be,
So nothing ever worries me."
Students' Associationg Senior Play Castg Senior
Ball Committeeg Junior Prom Committee.
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"He's quite the man about the town,
Wherever you go he's surely around."
Students' Associationg Delta Phi Epsilong Block
Letter F Clubg Basketball 41,214 Baseball 1355
Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committee.
MAUDIC STURDEVANT - "Maudie"
"She does her work with a grin and a laugh,
And you can he sure she doesn't leave half."
Students' Associationg ,Senior Ball Committeeg
Glee Club tl,2J.
'l'Hl'II,MA SULLIVAN - "Sully"
"A perfect lady, fair of face,
Stately, tall and full of grace."
Students' Association, Girls' Athletic Assoeiationg
Magazine Campaign Leader 143g "Hour Glass"
Staff, Bank Cashier 141, Senior Ball Commit-
teeg Junior Prom Committeeg Junior 'Fair Com-
mittee Q2jg Glee Club f1,2,3,4Jg Honor Basket-
ball Team 12, 31.
N ICLSON SURREY - - "Nel"
"Study more and more study,
ls Nelson's resolution but
Resolutions do break themselves."
Students' Assoeiationg Track t1,2,3,4,5Jg Cap-
tain Mig ,Senior Ball Committee.
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EDWARD TRACY - - "Ed"
"Happy-go-lucky, full of fun -
No wonder Ed never gets all his work done."
Students' Association, Senior Ball Committee.
LOUISE WAGOR - - "Weezie"
"She'll argue with you, she'll argue with me,
Shn-'ll even argue with the faculty."
Students' Association, Girls' Athletic Association
11,Z,3,41g Glee Club 11,215 Junior Fair Com-
mittee 12,315 Senior Ball Committeeg Sigma
Delta Chi 13,41, "Hour Glass" Staff, Debate
1415 Chairman, Tea Dance 1419 Chairman, Baked
Food Sale 1413 Invitation Committee.
MAltCl'ILL.A WAWRO "Beans"
"Marcella isn't quiet,
Neither is she loud,
But she-'s the kind of a girl,
That tits in any crowd."
Students' Association, Vice-President, Freshman
Classy Secretary and Treasurer, .Sophomore
Class, Basketball 11,413 Track 11,313 Baseball
1l,21g Hiking- 1315 Soccer 1119 ,Olympus 11,2,
315 Debating Club 131g Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 13, 41, Junior Prom Committee, Junior
Olympic Float Committee, Brown and White
12,313 Senior Rall Committee.
l,UClLl.lC WIEGERT "Ceil"
She's sure to be a success."
Students' Association, Glee Club 11, 2, 3,413 Girls'
Athletic Associationg Operetta 1115 Senior Ball
Buffalo General Hospital
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"You will often find Lois in a nook,
Deeply interested in the perusal of a book."
Students' Association, Girls' Athletic Association,
Senior Play Usher, Senior Ball Committee.
HARLAND YOUNG - - "Chickie"
"He's right there in sports and he likes to play,
But woe to the opponent who gets in his way."
.Stude.nts' Association, Baseball 12, 355 Football
13,455 Basketball 11, 2, 3,455 Track 13,4Jg Vice
President, Studlents' Council 1353 Delta Phi
Epsilong Block Letter F Club, President Junior
Classy "Hour Glass" Staff, Dramatic Club 1413
Senior Ball Committee.
Our Oflice Queen
Who answers each time the telephone rings ff,
And to the pupils, the message brings 'Z-Miss Nuttall.
Whose most accommodating way
Prevails in the oflice from day to day ?-Miss Nuttall's.
When tests come every ten weeks
Who mimeographs a pile of sheets?-Miss Nuttall.
Who reminds Mr. Coffee of wif1e's birthday
And every appointment through each busy day '?-Miss Nuttall.
Whose willing kindness is so sweet
That we eagerly await it whenever we meet?-Miss Nuttall's.
Who is so cheerful and so neat, too,
That she inspires both me and you ?-Miss Nuttall.
Who, though she is actively occupied
Thinks favors for pupils can't be denied 'Z-Miss Nuttall.
Who brightens the oiiice on rainy days
With her ever-willing words of praise 'T-Miss Nuttall.
In short, whom does everyone esteem?
Of course, you've guessed-it's our oiiice queen.-Miss Nuttall.
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- MARTHA JANE MORIGY
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' THE HOUR GLASS .N....,
History of the Class of '34
Une golden September morn in 19230, a group ol' young seholars
entered the portals ol' Fairport lligh Sr-hool with high hopes and awe-
lilled eyes. We were to the upper-elassulen nothing hut the lowly
l+'reshmen. But how resolutely we plugged on, determined to prove
our worth! 'llhe poor freshman with his gum and paper wads, was the
target ol' all jokes, the terror of the study halls and the reason why
teaehers get gray.
.ln the spring of the year we were very proud to reeeive the banner
at the Junior Fair for the hest skit. At last, we had aeeomplished some-
thing. The upper-elassmen were foreed to acknowledge talent. It was
the first feather in our eap and we treasure its memory.
'l'he following autumn found us oecupying seats in the Sophomore
study hall, a little more suhdued with our new responsihilities. llere
a11d there a protraetor, or an elementary French text book were seen,
evidences of progress in our education.
ln the late fall we had a daneing party in the gymnasium. We had
a very good time and enjoyed the delieious refreslmients.
in the spring we again won the hanner for the hest stunt. Our
stunt was a television station with an all star east. liaVerne Coltee
is well remembered for his arahesquing as Miss Ruth Dennis. Other
eelehrities on our program were: Paderewski, Mary Pomponiog Mme.
Hehumann-lleinek, Martha Jane Morey, Sir llarry Lauder, " Bill"
llanlisg Rudy Vallee, Karl tiueliehg Kate Smith, Margaret Bowng Greta
tiarho, Marjorie Turner, Joe IC. Brown, "Bob" Potterg Zeigfield
Follies, class male talent, Charlie Chaplin, the announeer, Antoinette
Montagliano. This east was ahly eondueted hy Katharine Kohler.
At the Uratorieal Contest, held in May, the hoys' and girls' first
prize and one of the second prizes were awarded to students from our
We were very proud to report to Room I8 as l'ull-lledged Juniors.
'l'he class oliicers were: President, llarland Youngg Viee-I'resident,
tiordon Seaman, Secretary, Olive King, 'l'reasurer, M. J. Morey. Miss
Jessup was the advisor.
D At Christmas time the Junior rings were displayed with the
uumeral '23-l. 'l'he ultimate arrival of that date represented the fulfill-
ment of the amhition ol? many a girl and hoy. lt was an event in our
'Phe annual magazine eampaign was held in the spring. 'l'he
leaders were l4'ay Kelsey and tlordon Seaman. l"ay's team won.
Our lirst hig event ol' the year was the Junior Fair. Unee more
leavine' behind four care-free vears ol' ha 1 mv ffirlhood and hovhood.
25 . . 21 .
'l'hey are our dearest inemories.
" THE HUURGLASS V'W'A
our 1-lass won tho hannor with a ininstrol show. llanving' lollowvd in
tho uniquoly dn-coratvd gyllllliwllllll.
.lunu 28, wo prosvntvd tho Junior Proin. 'l'ho Q'ylllIl2lSllllll was
dworatvd undvr tho dirvc'tion ol' Ili-rriico Roy, to roprvsont tlw svashorv,
with boats, lwach unilmrollas, and diving towors, lvnding' tho propor
atinosplivrv. 'l'ho four polvs worv tl'ilI1Sl'0l'llll'll into palln trvvs. Music
was lurnislwd hy tho Ili llo Boys.
Sm-ptvinlwr arrivod, all too soon, bringing lwautlilul autulnnal hui-s
and that 4-ortain fooling' ol' rvstlvss anticipation of tho lwginning' ol'
school. W0 took our placos in tho Svnior rooln with pride, yvt with
tho rvalization that it would be our last year under tlw g'lllllilIll'l1 of our
llolwrt lludlvy was olvvtlml Prvsidontg Martha .lanv Moroy, Vico-
l'rosidontg Mildrod Privst, Socrotaryg .lanios Charity, 'l'rs-asurvr.
l'ndor tho lvadvrship ol' thoso 00lllIl0l0l1t ollicers, tho Svnior t'lass
avtivitivs wc-ro t'0Iltlllt'tl'tl most 1-l'lic'ic-ntly. liivvly Miss llanilin and
0Ill'l'g't'tl1' Mr. llync-h are the vlass advisors.
W0 had anotlwr Ill2lg'ZlZlI10 canipaigqn in tho Fall, hm-ads-d by 'l'lu-Ima
Sullivan and llaVvrno Colton. rllll0llllZ1iS sidv was victorious. Candy
was givon to us for a party hy tho lIlilg.1'ilZlIl0 company, hut it disap-
poarvd undvr 1llySt0l'l0llS t'll't'lllllStllIlt'0S, inuvh to tho constvrnation ol'
On llovollilmm-1' 28, wo hold tho Souior Ball in tho Qyllllliwllllll. lt
was artistically ornanwntod with silyor ivivlvs. Soft lights, a on-iliilgg'
ol' whitv, largo 4-lustvrs of balloons, suspvndod from tho c'oiling', aidvd
hy chairs, lamps and davonports made it most attraf-tivo. Musir' was
l'urnish0d by .lov Noblo and his llnivvrsity Rovollvrs.
"Skidding"', our Senior play, was hold on l"oln'uary 22, 1934, in
tho auditoriuni. Miss SWill'lZOIllllll'g' and Mr. llynvh worv tho dire-vtors.
Marion was portrayed hy liatharinv Kohlorg Mrs. llardy, lrnla Bom'-
dif-tg Mr. llardy, liolwrt lludlvyg llrandi'atlwr llardy, .lanws Charity:
Aunt Xlilliv, tiladys K1-nnodyg Waynv 'l'rvnton Ill, llivhard Smith,
Myra, Mildrod Prim-stg ltlstc-llv, Fay livlsvyg Andy, liaVvrnv C'ofl'o4'q1lw
vainpaign lll2lIlilQ'0l', Iloh Pottvr. 'l'ho play was a grvat Sllt'1'0SS, finan-
c-ially and dramatically.
'l'h0 lattor part ol' tho yi-ar Found us vvry husy with sm-nior
avlivitios and COINIllt1IlC'l'llIl'Ilt pri-parations. Our Sonior annual, "'l'hc-
llour Glass", proggrossvcl undor tho lllilIlilg'0lll0I1t ol' a vvry oliivivnt
stalt. 'l'hv virvulation vanlpaign was vory suc'c'vsst'ul. As an invontivo
I'or assuring tho virc-ulation ol' our quota, tho circulation division von-
duvtod a popularity contost. Mary Poniponio and Gordon Svanian wori-
1-lm-c'tv4l tho most popular sludvnts in thv higgh svhool.
'l'h0 strains ol' our g'raduation song, "I'oinp and till't'lllllNtilllI't',i.,
arm- softly hoard in tho distanvo. Pm-rhaps a toar ol' rogrot is shi-d in
:: THE HOUR GLASS vvy.
lt was in the year 195-l that we finished working on our Cofley
Snoop-a-graph and were ready to try it out for the first time. With
this new invention ot ours, we hoped to be able to hear and see every-
thing that was going on in the world.
lVe set the dials for New York City where we first tried the lVal-
dorf-Astoria llotel and to our delight, our Snoop-a-graph Worked per-
fectly. NYe bent and saw llilbert llliiller, the manager, reprimanding
lieslie Kuhns, the night clerk, for practicing on his drums during
working hours and waking up all of the guests. They were interrupted
by a call for ice-water from Room 678 which was occupied by the gem
of New York's detective force, NVillia1n Sanford, who gained renown
as you doubtless remember by detecting a grain of truth in Marie's
Then we switched to the Central Park Casino where we found
Mary Pomponio and her orchestra playing while that world famous
dance team, Kohler and llyan, danced that newest of dance steps, the
llhumbioca. We also saw Tom Nicosia bouncing a llirtatious customer
who was trying to impose upon the good nature of Fay Kelsey, the
best of the better gigolettes.
At one of the tables we saw Esther Antes, first violinist of the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, escorted by her equally famous actor-
husband, Richard Smith. I-Behind the checking counter we found
Antoinette Montagliano, who had given up all her opportunities to be-
come a college professor, just to be near Mary.
We then changed the dials slightly and tuned in Roxy's 'l'heatre
where we saw Mildred Priest playing opposite Bob Potter in that thrill-
ing movie, "l'assion's Kisses" written by Lois Wood. iWe found
tleorge llurlburt ushering .Dorothy Miller and Mary llartley to their
seats in the orchestra, where they were surprised to find llucille
Weigert and her doctor-husband sitting right in front ol' them.
We then switched to the capital ol' Uruguay where we saw llordon
Seaman, Ambassador to Uruguay, enjoying a shave at ltlnrico Pom-
ponio's Sanitary liarber Emporium while he received a manicure at
the hands of lIieo's wife, the former Ann llogan, before hurrying home
to the little woman, llouise.
Setting the dials for Paris we tuned in on the University of Paris
where we overheard June Eaton, tl1e dean of women, dictating a letter
to be mailed to the President ol' France. ller private secretary and
former classmate, Evelyn Johnson, was taking the dictation. We then
switched to that famous section ol' France, Montmarte where we found
lletty llroolis and Kenneth llennis out slunnning.
We reset our controls a11d came back across the Atlantic and over
'l' ll IC H O U R G L A S S QNmM,NW
to llollywood, t'alil'ornia. wliorv wo stoppod in at tho st11dios ol' 811111-11
Colossal Pi1't11r11s, lnc-., and l'ound Mario 131-1-ssl1'r's and Polly Moran's
SllC'UOSS01'S, ilriua l3o1111dict and tlladys Kl'I1IlCllj', starring in a play that
also fvat111'v1l Marjo1'ie lllllllllltll, known as the Zasu Pitts ot' '54,
For a while wo WUI? in do11ht as to what typo ol' 111111-1't1z1i111111111t
wo dvsired, hut finally wo doc-i1l111l to try a hall gilllltl. NV1' switclwd our
dials, tl1l1l'Pf0l'0t0 Soldiers' Fiold in Cliivago, wlwro wo saw tho t'l1i1':1g'o
Cuhs playing' tho Cincinnati til'PGI1 Sox. Roy Stouhing' was pitvhing a
hrilliant ganiv for the tlrovri Sox. Wo notivod .liiuniio Charity. known
as the llunian Frog' tlJPOilllS9 ho was always catvhing Hivsj o11t in tho
lield oliasing' a heautitul hit made hy Karl til10llC'll, tho sp1111d hall
doiuon of the Cliivago tc-11111.
ln the stand wo saw 'lllwluia Sullivan l'0I10WI'll'4l Sllilli0Spl'ilI'lIlll
student with hor dvvotud hushand, l1'ost11r Watson.
.Xl'tor thu gillllt' a trac-k 111111-t was hold in which Nvlson Surrvy
coppvd all honor in tho 100 and tho 220 yard dashos against a Iiold ol'
Our athlotiu dvsirvs having lwon l'ullill1-d wo tiirnod havl: to our
nc-arhy vity of llocvlivstcw, wlivro wo l'0llIlll tho llltijllllllg' plain' l'l'Ulll
liondon pilotvd hy o11r l!0l'IllPI' classniatml, Graydon lli1iLfl't'l'Il. 'l'h1-
stvwardess on tho plane was l4'lo1'1111c1f I'oppar1l.
Among' tho IJ21SHOHg'Pl'S also was that disting'11isl111d world tl'ZlVl'lI'l'
and cosiiiopolitv, Maudv Sturdvvant.
They wore lIlt0I'Vl0XVOtl hy Rosa Casvlla, star l'0ll0l'tt'l' ol' tho llorh-
1-stor 'l'i11111s Union, who l0?ll'lll'll 'l'l'0lll thvin that Matilda lluch and
.Xgnos Notohavrt wort- happily IIlilI'I'll'tl to la-o lloslvy and Aggit-'s old
Next wo lookvd in at thc- tiorivsvo llospital Wll0l'll wc- found lilstlwr
tlosiuan and Marc'1'lla lVawro tc-ndt-rly caring for that industrious
studvnt who worlu-d hiiusvlt into a nvrvous llI'0illi1lOWIl, liylo Stilwvll.
lncidontally ",li1-113' 01111111 tlirouggh hrilliantly in 10553 and KLQ'l'il1lll2ltl'll.
Wo the-n switcfhod hack to Olll' own hoiuo town Wlll'l'K' wo litbllllll
llonald Cliandhir Ryon in his llilliard Alfiltlwlly. llvrv wo saw
"t'l1ic'ki1-" Young' indulging in a gauu- llt'l'0l't' l'l'tlll'lllllQ' to his d1'vot1-d
lllddiv 'l'ra1fy and l'iI'll0l' llortm-l wo lilblllltl working' at tll1'll'g'ill'ilg'l'.
'l'h11 l"airport llvrald 1'1-rvivvcl our noxt attontion, h1-ro wo saw Andrm-w
t'. liynvh. tho oditor, l'UllllIllS0lIlQ' witl1 liaura Hills and ltlstlulr llunting,
Margan-t llown, l,l'l'Slllt'llt ol' tho Jfll t'luh was svvu i'UllVt'l'Slllf.L'
with Ulivo King, Prine-ipal ol' l"airport lligh School. Wi- also saw
Martha .Ianv Moroy tfaiiious humoristj. Clara Moors' and .lum-
llutr-hinson trying: on hats in lilriua tlilllllllltlll 's hattm-ry.
'l'his was tho ond ot' our first oxlu-1'i1111-lit.
llohort lludlc-y and lAilVl'l'll1' t'ol'l'1-1-
?N THE HOUR GLASS
Last Will and Testament
We, the Senior Class of 1934, of Fairport llligh School, lfairport,
New York, County of Monroe, State ot Unconseiousness, hereby declare
this our last will and testament in the manner and form following:
We will and bequeath the toil and despair, which we are incor-
porating into the Hllour Glass", to our friends and admirers, the
We will anal bequeath the esteem, with which the whole school
regards us, to the taeulty.
We will and bequeath the Seniors' line example to the Freshmen.
We will and bequeath liois lYooills timiility to Alice Rash.
We will and bequeath lllsther ilosman's golden tresses to liillian
Douglas, so that the gentlemen will have an excuse for preferring her.
We will anal bequeath l"ay lielsey's dancing ability to lilleanor
We will anml bequeath Roy Coon's l'rec-kles to liaymonil Brewster,
so that with what he alreaily has, his collection may be complete.
We will and bequeath M. J. Morey's sense of luimor to Ruth
We will and bequeath George llurlburt's lankiness to ilflclmunil
We will anil bequeath lla Verne Coffce's boyish gaiety to llarolil
We will anil bequeath Margaret l3own's pull with the teachers to
lllenn Jolmson. lle may neeil it.
We will ancl bequeath Mauile Sturilevant's wholesomeness to .lane
We will anel bequeath lllrma t'ampbell's extraorilinarily lengthy
lingernails to lieralil llare, so that he may chew vigorously when in a
We will and bequeath lloger Ryan's ability as a mlancer to .lames
We will anil bequeath hlary l'omponio's rhythm to l4'lorenee 'l'raey.
We will and bequeath l'hlwaril 'l'raey's stature to llarolil Jesse, to
neutralize his own.
We will anil bequeath liieliarcl Smithls school-girl complexion to
We will and bequeath June llutchinson's cuteness to lfranees
We will and bequeath Thomas Nieosia's he-mannish appearance
to Robert llicliey.
We will and bequeath 'l'helma Sullivanls ilirtatiousness to
5?'.MWW THE HOUR GLASS """"""""""vv""-'vvN'N
NVe will and bequeath Esther Antes' and Mary llartley's paint to
We will and bequeath Dorothy Miller's bashfulness to her name-
sake, Dorothy llolley.
We will and bequeath Donald Hyon's theoretieal and teehnieal
arguments to Margaret llartley, for use in Mr. Lyneh's 'i'iIlg'liSll elasses.
We will and bequeath Dorothy l4lllsworth's allui'e to liaura Hoot.
We will and bequeath some of tiraydon llagreen's delivery horses
to Janet Lee, so that she may have a whole stableful to choose from.
We will and bequeath Robert Dudley's leadership ability to
We will and bequeath .Rosa Casella's quietness to Robert Ward.
We will and bequeath liouise XVagor's nerve to Ruth Fisk, so she
eau tell the teaehers where to get off.
We will and bequeath Katharine Kohlei"s dramatie ability to
lieoige Pignato, so that he may carry on.
We will and bequeath Marjorie llummel's loquaeiousness to Helio
lie liuilio, so that he may be oliieial dirt-spreader oi' his elass.
4We will and bequeath llarland Young's way with the women to
We will and bequeath some of Olive liing"s extra credits fol' whieh
she has no needj to Karl lluelieh, so that he may grauluate with his
We will and bequeath liobert l'otter's desire to be a "big shot"
to Donald Wilkinson.
We will and bequeath Betty Brooks' car to l"lorenee Jamison, so
she can drive herself to school.
We will and bequeath Roy Steubing:,"s beard to Foster Watson, to
overeome that boyish appearance.
lVe will and bequeath Antoinette 3lontagliano,s voeabulary to Joe
We will and bequeath Kenneth Dennis' ability to keep quiet to
.Xlbert lli liisio.
We will and bequeath Agnes Notebaert's gigggles to llelen tloyette,
so that she may become kittenish.
We will and bequeath Gladys Kennedy's decided opinions to Sam
We will and bequeath liueille Wiey,'ert's l'org'otten M. ll. man to
Mary liouise Naughton.
We will and bequeath the Eaton brains to liaVerne Silver, so that
he may be valedietorian ol' his class.
We will and bequeath Bruee llertel's passion for motoreyeles and
mountain musie to Constanee lloward.
YVe will and bequeath James Charity's straight hair to lieo llosley.
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We will and bequeath Marc-ella Wawro's exeellent Freneh transla-
tions to William llanlzs, so that he can hold out tor more than ten
lVe will and bequeath Irma Benediet's laek ot' bashtulness to
We will and bequeath Nelson Surrey's red hair to llerald Dickin-
son, so that he may be a strawberry blonde.
VVe will and bequeath Clara Moore's curly hair to Frances Dixon.
YVe will and bequeath Gordon Seaman's athletic ability to Dominic
Stolt, to add to his own.
XVe will and bequeath Ann llogan's athletic ability to Maude
Peters, for no speeial reason.
lVe will and bequeath a pair of Carl Jiesse,s discarded pa11ts to
"Shorty" Long and hope they fit.
NVe will and bequeath Mildred Priest's secretarial work to Ralph
Pomponio. Perhaps he can be Mr. Johnson's star pupil.
We will and bequeath ldsther Bunting's slenderness to any deserv-
ing figure around F. Il. S.
NVe will and bequeath William Santord's youth to anyone who
has spent over ten years in F. ll. S. and needs strength to go on.
lVe will and bequeath Evelyn .lohnson's ear to any gang who
needs a means of transportation.
We will and bequeath Florenee Peppard's trumpet to anyone who
dislikes his neighbors.
iWe will and bequeath llieo's sueeess in basketball to Willis Brown.
IN NVITNICSS Wll.l'1lilG0l4', we have hereunto subseribed our
name and set our seal on this first day ot' April, in the year ol' our Lord,
one thousand. nine hundred and thirty-tour.
SENIORS Ulf' 1933-L
A'l"l'il+lS'l'A'l'ltJN: lYe, whose names are hereto subscribed, do
t'l'1R'l'llt'Y 'l'llA'l', on this slushy spring day, in the year of our liord,
one thousand nine hundred and thirty-tour, in the well-known eity ol'
Fairport, New York, the above testators, Seniors ol' 1923-l, subseribeel
the foregoing instrument in our presenee and in the presenee ol' eaeh
ol' us, and at the same time they declare the instrument to be their
lAS'l' lYllili AND 'l'l41S'l'AMl+1N'I', and we, at their request and in the
presence ot' them and eaeh other, have signed our names hereto as
attesting witnesses and l'urthermore we eertil'y that at the time ol'
subseribing the instrument, the said testators were ol' extremely sound
mind and memory.
.loe Penner, lst witness
liasputin's tihost, Znd witness
President Roosevelt, Zlrd witness
Z THE HOUR GLASS
unior Activities '35
After they had left the Sophomore, or "wise fool" class, the
Juniors beeame an organized elass in the late fall of '33, 'l'he elass
ollieers were eleeted at the lirst meeting, as follows:
President - LILLIAN DOUGLAS
Vice-President DONALD WILKINSON
Secretary - GEORGE LARSON
Treasurer - - WILLIS BROWN
Advisors - - MISS JESSUP, MR. JOHNSON
At the seeond meeting of the newly-assembled elass, plans were
made for the ordering of the traditional .lunior rings. 'llhey arrived
shortly before t'ln'istmas, just in time to make ideal presents for the
members ol' the elass. llow proudly the rings were displayed before
the envious eyes of the lower classmen.
The class began its money-raising aetivities with great enthusiasm
by selling eandy iirst at football games, then at basketball games and
during noon hours at school.
.X llalloween party was held in the gymnasium to whieh everyone
eame in masquerzule eostume. 'l'he entertainment eonsisted ol' dane-
ing, games and refreslnnents.
'l'he annual magazine campaign was held the following spring.
An exeiting eontest ensued between two teams,-the Flying Clouds
led by Lillian Douglas, and the Westward llo team led by Albert Di
liisio. Alba-rt's team was the loser of the eontest, so it gave the Flying
Ulouds a party in the lligli Sehool tlyninasium.
'l'l1e Juniors are always well represented in the sehool activities.
Dorothy llolley is the representative for the elass in the Students'
Uouneil. Several of the elass belong to the Dramatic Club, the lligh
School Ori-liestra and the lligli Sehool Band. Lillian Douglas and
Robert lliekey were seleeted as the most popular pupils in the elass
in the rec-ent popularity eontest. The names of many Juniors are
always found near the top of the llonor Roll. Franees IVood, .lane
Sehoolmaster, and George Pignato usually hold the honors.
A large part of both the first and second teams in basketball is
made up of members of the Junior elass. The Juniors were also very
well represented on the gridiron and they did some real fighting there.
'l'he girls take quite an aetive part in athletics also and deserve a eom-
plimentary word for their good sportsmanship.
'l'he Seniors need have no fears as to the ability of the Juniors
to sueeessfully earry on as "grown ups" next year.
2A THE HOURGLASS
First Row: Harold Jesse, Alice Rask, Karl Guelich, Mr. Johnson, Lillian Douglas,
David Beato, Gladys Herman, Glenn Johnson, Fanny Zuller
Soi-ond Row: Maude Peters, Ruth Wilcox, Merial Weis, Betty McCormick, Doris
Downs, Mary Louise Naughton, Edwin Gardner, Ellen Frederick, Gwendolyn
Manzek, Dorothy Holley, Marjorie Kneeland, Margaret Hartley
Third Row: Lewis ,Bartolotta, Janet Lee, Sam Santini, Willis Brown, Gerald Hare,
Albert Di Risio, Charles Di Risio, Joe Mammoccio, Lee Brown, Edmond
Fourth Row: Dominic Stolt, William Dixon, Ralph Pomponio, Ruth Fisk, George
Larson, Ruth Albright, Constance Howard, Gerald Dickinson, Verna Furman
Fifth Row: Jane Schoolmaster, Luna Waite, John Battey, Jane Richardson, Eleanor
Schumacher, Robert Hickey, Ruth Stubbings, James Parke, Irene Holt, Harold
Gears, Marian Rafoth
Sixth llowwl-lelen Goyette, Florence Tracy, Richard Cobb, Marjorie Knight, William
Hanks, Florence Hitchcock, Stanley Young, Frances Wood, Leo Hosley, Harriette
Brewster, Frances Dixon
Seventh Row: Robert Bell, Walter Derrenbacher, Bernard Rumpf, Angelo Rizzo, Roy
Schumacher, George Pignato, Delio Di Giulio, Foster Watson, Clarence Holtz,
Donald Wilkinson, Robert Ward
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Anotlulr your hus pussoml on, lincling now oc'vupunts in llooni 14.
liust y0ur's l"r0slnnun c-luss hus viiwiggml t'roni its giw-vii chrysulitv, unal
mlvvvlopwl into un uvtivv Sophomore vluss.
'l'hv lirst mluty ol tho vluss is to olwt 21 rvprosvntutiyv to tlui
StllllllIlt,S, Counvil. .lov Mvssvrino, u stair huskvthull pluyor, wus 1-host-u
lor this ollic-0.
'l'hv Sophoniorvs runk high in svliolustiv honors und ilo tht-ir purt
on tho llonor lioll. 'l'hvy urn also proud ol' thc-ir uvtivv purtivipzition
in utlilvtivs, in whivh thv girls us wvll us the hoys, vxvel. l"our Sopho-
niorvs we-1'v on thc- first tvuni lust huskvthull season zlncl will he vuln-
uhlv us Vvtvruns nvxt yt-ur. 'l'hvy urv vquully uvtivc- in husm-hull uiul
foothull. 'l'hv girls wort- no lm-ss vntliusiustic' untl untiviputwl vugvrly
ilu- tournuniont gunu-s l'or whivh tha-y wvrv vvry grutvtul to Miss
ln thu unnuul popularity vontvst, tho Sophoniorv c-lioivvs, liuuru
Cust- und .lov Messorino, won second place.
'l'lu- only soviul 1-vvnt in which tho Sophomore c-lass purtivipzltvs is
tlu- unnuul Junior Fuir, when vuvli 4-lass is vxpvctwl to vontrihutv to
thc- nig,'ht's 0Iltt'l't2llIllll0llt hy 1lt'l'l.0l'llllIlg u stunt.
'l'lu- Sophoiuore vluss is 0ug.g'vi'ly looking' l'orwur4l to noxt your,
whvn, us Juniors, thoy will ho uhlo to 0l'Q'ZlIllZ0, unml c-ontrihutv vw-ii
iuoro to thi- llillllt' ol' thvir Alum lllutvr.
lt is not tho sou thut sinks unml slu-lvvs,
'llhut rom-k und riso
With onallvss :incl unvusy motion,
Now touvhing tho V4-ry skins,
Now sinking' into thu llvpths ol' ovvun.
'l'hv loosonml iw-i'imly,'l' hrvzlks uwuyg
'llho sniittvn wutm-rs llush.
Svuwuril tho glittvriiig' lnonntuin rielvs,
lYhile-, flown its g'ru1-ii trunslum-ill simlvs,
'l'hv l'oznuy torrm-nts ilush.
: 'I' I-I l'l H U U li G L A S S W
First Row: Lois DeMocker, Richard Ryon, James Provenzano, Theresa Joslyn, Percy
Stresing, Anthony Colletta, John Laughlin, Mary Hetrick, Arvid. ldllsworth, Joe
Guarino, Muriel Hall
Second Row: Virginia DuBois, Roberta Whitney, Elsie iBushart, Marie Camphany,
Barbara Parke, Marion Sturdevant, Jeanette Coffee, Dorothy Biliger, Alberta Bills,
Marian Berger, Louise Seccore, Arline Jackson
'l'hird Row: John Buss, Duane Hull, Ralph Danforth, Virginia Maxwell, Margxaret
Gardner, Stella Iionz, Lucille Lockard, Lucille Mabry, Jean Bown, Maude Granger
Fourth Row: Eunice Baker, Elizabeth Fisher, Gordon Fake, Imogene Copeland,
Robert Mabry, Mary Burlingame, Louise Hess, Rebecca Jordan, Laura Case
Fifth Row: Rose Alice Lucie, Janet Dinsmore, Verna lielle Pickering, Sandy l.aPietra,
Catherine Baumer, Robert Wyningxs, Marcella DeLano, Faith Howard, Ivan Miller,
Edythe Hopp, Kenneth Clow, Helen Case, Lawrence Westerman, Yolanda Diliisio
Sixth Row: Howard Wissick, Wayne Stringer, David Matz, Perry Stolt, Milton
McMahon, 'Charles Sauers, Rennie Clemente, Victor Miiller, Leon Coon, Harold
Sauers, Joe Messerino, Lewis Pidinkofski
Seventh Row: Lawrence Bown, Alton Dinsmore, Francis Ferris, Carl Fargnoli, Donald
Derrenbacher, George Soles, Robert I-Qohl, Richard Hogan, Walter Smilh, lirevort
Wilson, Ronald Malcolm
First Row: ,Barbara Donovan, Virginia Bosse, Genevieve Atfield, Laura Yorton, Lois
Vanifuran, Edwina Mortensen, Edna Slade, Jean Bannister, Mary Hurlhurt
Second Row: Ednamaye Dickinson, Thelma Priest, Phoebe Saporito, Marjorie Elliott,
Lucy Furman, Geraldine Ryan, Geraldine McCormick, Anna. LaPietra, Pauline
Third Row: Elizabeth Waterstraw, Esther Jensen, Marie Rice, Virginia Stresing,
Dorothy Benge, Louise Elliott, Leona Robinson, Ruth Carlin, Catherine Pomponio
Fourth Row: lda Carloniusto, Fannie Ellsworth, Betty Quinlin, Violet Stevenson,
Ramona Walker, Esther Stubbings, Evelyn Witt, Georgia Westerman, Beulah
Fifth Row-Ruth Phillips, Marguerite Lucas, Ellen Hawver, Joan Burbank, Marion
Holtz, Florence Dunn, Peggy Rice, Virginia Di Risio, Ruth Stenzel, Virginia Bilger
Sixth Row-Betty Hurlburt, Helen Aldridge, Bertha Hammond, Ellen Keefe, Jane
Matz, Florence Rogan, Margaret Humphrey, Mary Sestito, Margaret Menaguale,
Seventh Row: Leona Sharp, Erma Kodweis, Katherine Kier, Lena Schneiter, Phyllis
Briggs, Mary Jane Wilson, Dorothy Dixon, Marjorie Druschel, Natalie Eaton,
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r THE HOUR GLASS vv,AAAA
I-'irst Row: Harold llinder, Edward Kennedy, Nelson Ferrin, Lewis Saporito, Stanley
Ganzer, Walter Phillips, Nick Rotondo, Russell Miller, George Scott, Wilbur
Spafford, George Malcolm
Second Row: Donald Bueg, Paul Earl, Kenneth Hitchcock, Lyle Jones, Thomas
Reynolds, Robert Gifford, 'Sidney Bell, Charles Buscemi, Raymond Voigt, Arthur
Barnes, Harold Brown, Robert Voigt
Third Row: Edward Zuller, Richard Castor, Eugene Daily, Welton Bills, Charles
Hammond, James Crowley, Glenn Granger, Rennie Montagliano, Eugene Hess,
Michael Beato, Victor Bartolotta
Fourth Row: Kenneth Swartz, Harry Rainbow, William Wilson, Robert Hertel, Robert
Kramer, Philip Sturdevant, Alvin Russell, James Connolly, David Prong, Willard:
Fifth Row: Carl Ferguson, Alvin Good, Richard Cobb, Elmer Hess, Roy Goetzman,
Paul Schulz, Edmond Hartley, Christopher Miraglia, Arthur Pomponio, John
Buscemi, Kenneth Dunn, Ernest King
Sixth Row: George Fisk, Weldon Good, Sherwood Losey, William Maybee, Maxwell
Warner, Robert Anderson, Clarence Reed, Robert Hart, Anthony Prinzivalli,
Theodore Deal, Joseph Bleier
Seventh Row: Floyd Knight, Joseph Cascini, Michael Garafono, John De Domenico,
Franklin Witt, Lawrence Kohl, Emil Manzek, Lester Conover, Jerry Clifford,
Kenneth Dryer, Richard Barry, Nelson Buck
Page Forty-1 hree
,,,..,.,.,.,.,.,. THE HUURGLASS ,..,.,,..,.,.,..,..,..
This year's Freshmen are gradually getting acquainted with their
Alma Mater and its ways. liast tall Marie Rice, one ot' the more popu-
lar l"reshmen, was elected l"reshman representative on the Students'
U0lllll'll. 'l'he l1'reshmen are contributing their share to the high school
'l'hey have shown their greatest ahility in sports. I11 the tiirls'
Athletic Association with the aid of Miss llamlin, the Freshmen have
heen ilavlne' wood haskethall and en OVIHU' manv hikes.
. tw ra 1 . D -
The hovs have likewise heen doine' their share in s Jorts. Several
. 25 '
ol the l"reshmen played on the second team in haskethall. VN ith Mr.
Martin as their coach, they showed excellent team-work and their
ahility on the court secured many points for their team.
'l'he l"reshmen made an excellent showing in the drive for student
dues. ln mro iortion to the number of Jeo Jle aviuff, thev collected a
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greater percentage ot money than any other class except the Seniors.
'l'he candidates ot' the elass to the popularity contest were
Katherine Pom Jonio and Donald Bueff.
A good proportion ot the Freshmen have heen on the llonor Roll
this year. Several have competed tor the highest honors. We hope
that this class will eontrihute much to the school hoth scholastieally
and athletieally in the years to come.
Yet pure its waters-its shallows are hright
With colored pehhles and sparkles of light,
And clear the depths where its eddies play,
And dimples deepen and whirl away.
'l'he wave is hreakiiig on the shore,-
'l'he echo fading from the chime-
.Xgain the shadow moveth o'er
'l'he dial-plate ol' time!
Ilich are the sea-gods:-who gives gifts hut they?
'l'hey grope the sea lor pearls, hut more than pearls:
'l'hey pluck l"oree thence. and give it to the wise.
I E... -
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THE HOUR GLASS VVfA
The Most Popular Girl
Mary Ponlponio, tlw Sl'I1l0l' svlvvtiorl to llw poplllzxrity 1-olllvsi,
was C'll0SOIl by un mfvrwlwlnlirlg' majority as "'l'lw Most Populau' liirl
in l"z1irpor'c lligll School".
Mzlry has Z1 happy, 1lll'ilSlllg' llisposition, il Frivmlly smilu uml il
gn-at amount ol' umlmition.
Hlw llzls tulwn an uc-tivo part in svllool 'llllIll'll0HS, inc-lucling' ilu-
liirls' Atlllotiu Assoc-izxtion, tho Girls' Ulm-0 Club, tlw llraunutic' Flulv,
ilu- "Hour Glass" and "School Cllzxttc-r" Stzllfs and Cll2llI'lllilIl ol' ilw
S4-niom' Bull ClJllllllll,l,0l'. llvr musical lulvnt has lwvn an zulelwl l'l'iltlll'l'
lo ilu- vnjoymollt of zlssonllmly 1Jl'0g'I'illllS amd various school 0Ilt9l'ti1lI1-
A l't0r Q'I'iltlll2lll0Il, Mary in'u-mls 'ro tzllw up il voursv ol' pllysivall
1'1lllC'ill-l0Il ul Cortlaulcl Nornml. Wo wisll lwr lllllC'lI Sl1l'00SH in tho
f T H E H QPU" R LXA s s
The Most Popular Boy
Wm- urn- proud to sziy that Iiorclon Swllllilll, 'flux otluir Senior vam-
mlulzilv. also zwllivvvil that 4-ovotml honor oi' living' svloutwl almost unzuu-
iuously, "'I'lu- Most Popular Boy in l"z1irport lligh Sc'hool".
"lior4ly" tlll'0l1gll his Illillly zufiivitios, has Ourlu-cl for liimsvll' ilu'
I'01JlllZll.l0Il ol' illillllg' ai willing worker mul ai good sport.
llv has Still'l'0ll in aitlilvtir-s mul his nzuiu- is lIll'lllllWl on the hzlslwl-
lmll, footlmll auul baseball twuns mul in tho Bloc-lc lu-ttvr I" Uluh.
.Xmong ruuiulrous otluir awtivilivs, lui was Xll4'0-Pl'i'Slll0I1t ol' ilui .lunior
Class, Vim'-l,l'0Sltll'Ill. ol' tlu' Stlulvnts' Couru-il and ai nuimlwr ol' ilu-
llvltai Phi lCpsiloI1 and on tlul "Hour Glass" Staff.
'l'o you, "'lior4ly", sportsmzin mul friviul, wo wish "Bon Voy:1g.u-"
on ilu' ovvzlll of lifvl
v THE HOUR GLASS
Murllm .luno Morvy, Fay Kelsvy, Rolwri D1
The Hour Glass Staff
uno Ezlton, Antoinette SlOIltilgJ,'IIZlIlO
ASSOCIATE BUSINESS MANAGERS
.lzmws Clmrity, Enrivo Pomponio
ASSISTANT CIRCULATION MANAGERS
Rogvr Ryan, Mary Pomponio
Mzltihlzl llucll, Iisthm' Bunting, Mz11'gg'z11'c-I Ilo
Xlllllllil I'llwI ISIOHIIH Pc H1111
liwlyn Johnson, . ' '- " . '- '- -
.lunv IIIIIUIIIIISOII, Louism- XYz1gor
,Xgglws Notc-lmzwrt, llzwlzulmi Young
IIZIIIVEI Hills, Horclon Sm-111112111
Ann Hogan, 'l'IwImz1 SIIIIIYZIII
rjoria- Ilummvl, IRZIIIIZIVIIII' liolllvr, lrnm ISI-nu If
Mr. .XIIIIHWY U. llynvh, Mr. Ralph ll. Johnson
Miss Esalzl IJ. VI'lll'l10l'
A ,-Xf , V-vwx
THIC HOUR GLASS
The Hour Glass Staff
'l'l14- ll,0lll' Glass Slall' was 4'i'4ial4-4l by 4'lass v4il4' in llw lall4-r part
ol' .lannai'y. Ollvv King was 4-l4-4'l4-4l llltllllll'-Ill-Cllll'l.Q liaV4-l'n4' l'4rl'l'4-4-,
llll'C'lllilll0ll lXl2lI1ilgl'l', an4l l,0Il2llil llyon, ISUSIIIUSS Al2lIliljJQ0l'.
llllll' slalyf at 41114141 lwgan ils lasli witli lIlllllSl.l'j' Elllll vnllnisiasm
wl1i4'll 1114fl'4'as4h4l Wlll'Il tllv SlllJSl'l'lIJl.l0IlS lo llw annual Wl'l'l' llllllllll 141
4'x4'4-444l tlioso ol' any otllur yvar.
'lllw C'll'C'lllZlll0Yl 4l41 Jilftllltllll alfain s l0IlS0l'l'll lllv annual an mlarilv
- V u h p - n '
4-41nl44st. luavli p4i1's4m with a SlllDSC'l'Illll0Yl was Ullllllllll to Ulll' V014-.
' l l'4 l 9- '
Mary l'0lllI70lll0 illll
llw winning lmallol.
nm on . lillllilll, lla- 5l'Ill0l' 02lIllllll2ll,l'S, V4-4'4-ix'4-4l
llpon Miss llllll'Ill'l'iS SllQg.L'0SllUll. al a llllwllllg ol' lla- stall' il was
' ss 1 4 ww YY '
2lg.Q'l'l'l'll that llw lll0IIll' ol mn' lmolc Wlllllll lr4- ll14- Nla. lll4' 4ll'4ll4'Zl-
lion ol' H141 lloln' Glass was lll2llll', by tho l'0IAlS0lll ol' tl14' 0Ill.ll'0 4'lass, 141
our lll0l'lll'l'S an4l l'iltll0I'S in 2lpIlI'00li1tl0Il ol' all tl14-y lli1Vl' ll0Il1' l'4n' us.
.Ks it is 4fllSlQ0lll2ll'y for H141 annual to l'l'ill.lll'0 4m4- s4'l14ml 4l0lJ2ll'llll4'Ill,
wo Zll'l' 'l.02ll4lll'lIlg tli4- 00lIllIlQ"l'0l2ll ll01Hll'lllll'l1l,.
Xl 4- llZ1VK' pull into llns annual our lalmrs illltl l1lK'2lS. not lIll'l'l'lV lm'
our uwn SilllSl'ill'll0Il
an4l 4'n,'4mym4-nl in lillvl' y4-ars lml also lo Dl'l'Sl'Ill,
l 1 I
lo l'X'l'l'y llonl' lllass I'l'il4ll'l' a ll'll0 llli'llll'l' ol' our lligli s4'll4ml liI'4-
illll'IIlg tlw past year.
School Chatter Staff
'l'l1o Junior Class early lust full elected the Svliool Clizitlor Stall
- - LEO HOSLEY
LILLIAN DOUGLAS, DOROTHY
HOLLEY, JAMES PARKE
- RO.BERT HICKEY
- JANET LEE
- - - - EUNICE BAKER
- WILLIS BROWN, MAUDE PETERS
School News Editor
'l'l1ey llzxvo aimed for il lmiggvi' and better Svllool Cllilttitl' :mc z
slwvooaloil in editing ai lull page oawli Tliursday in the Fairport lloruld
Mail. M r. lAyI10ll c-waltvil El splendid spirit among' tho editors.
We liopo that tilt' 1923-l-35 staff may follow the precedent 4-sta
lisliod this your und edit as suc'c'0ssl'ul u 1Jlllllll'iltlOI1.
THE HOUR GLASS '
N,,., THE HOUR GLASS
The Students' Association
'l'liis :issue-iallimi gives il vliziiiw to the students to lifzlrn limi' 10
nianiiaga- their lmsiness affairs. ln the Cuunvil vzivli vlass luis 1-quail
i'i-pwsi-Iltzllloli :intl equal vlialive lo express its opinion on lll2liii'l'S
ool lllc lmim-il 4-onsisls
ul' len mvmlwrs: Kliss llvlziml, our l,l'lIlf'lll2ll2 Nlr. t'oH'm-. our Superin-
lc-mlvillg 21 ri- Dl'0SOIliilllVU l'i'om eaivli ol' ills- Your vlzisses' 2lIl4l llw loin'
wliif-li vzinnoi lw pre-seriti-tl to the entire sell . " ' '
President - - ENRICO POMPONIO
Vice-President GORDON SEAMAN
Secretary - - ANN HOGAN
Treasurer - DONALD RYON
Senior Representative - ROGER RYAN
Junior Representative - DOROTHY HOLLEY
Sophomore Representative - JOE MESSERINO
Freshman Representative - - MARIE RICE
'l'lw ASS04'l21tl0Il allows ilu- siiulvnis lo lw inure imlc-pc-mls-nl :xml
tu pzirtallw in sc-lioul z1H'z1irs lwmiisv tlu-y are pernliltwl to volt- upon
114-zirly all lll2lit0l'S wliic-li aliwc-ily cforivwii tlwm.
"-A-'V'-Asrr-"-.,. THE H0 UR GLASS
The Dramatic Club
'l'lu- lhwuiizilim' Ululi was l'l'-0l'Q'ilIllZl'4l Wlll'Il svliool lirsl opom-ml in
N'pli-nilwr. 'l'lw niml l't'lll2llIllIlg.L' im-mlwrs ol' lust your s 1-lull film-tc-il:
KATHARINE KOHLER - - - President
LaVERNI'I COFFEE - Secretary
FAY KELSEY - - Treasurer
'l'liis yi-zu' lwm-nty-two stiulvnls arf- listm-il as iiwiiilmws ol' tlic- vlulw.
'l lu- mvmlwrsliip is now nizulv up ol' SUIDll0lll0l'0S, .luniors :mil S4-niors.
Nlf-4-tiiigs arm- lwlil 4-vwy two wlwlis. For ozwli lllixklllllg two vom-
mitlm-s :uw zippoinlm-fl, onv to provimlm- mite-i'tz1iI11iw11t, tlw ollwi' lo taki-
anrgv ol' l'l'l'l'1'Slllll4'IllS. Miss llamlin is tlw now ilirvcftoi' and zulvisvi'
lliis sviiwslw, lillilllg' tin- plum- ol' Miss SW2ll'lZl'Illllll'Q who lizul tliis
lion :tml lms also 1-stzllilisllvcl il St2lI11lill'll pin.
sition mluriiig' tlw lirsl smiwstm-i'. Tlw vlulm has mlrawn up il vonstitii-
0l'1lu-tm-n playm-rs in llw must ol'tl10 SOIll0l'Illi1y, livc- XYl'I'l'lll1'IlllN'l'S
ol llw llrzmizilic' Ululi. 'l'lw 4-lulm lias sporisorwl two siivm-ssl'i1l 'llc-11
.uivos and has ol'l'0i'wl t'0llll'll!llll0IlS lo ?4l'Vl'l'21l ilSSl'lllllly Ill'0g'l'illllS.
THE HOUR GLA
Un lll1'l1l'llIlI'V 22
l , 19224, thv curtzlin rosv on "Skiclcling'," tho mosl
slll'l'1'SSl'lll play vvvi' lDl'l'Sl'Illl'4l all l"zlil'pm'1 lligh Svluml :lvr-nrlliilg' in
thusl- who :itll-mls-il tho 1M'l'l'Ul'1lli1IlCC.
On May 3 thv oust pwsvlltvcl their play in il stzitv-wimlo c-unlosi :ll
llllzwzi. Scliolzirshi as for vxcfs-llviicu in zicztinfr wvrv i1Will'il0ll to
2llll21l'lIl0 lxohlor mul lo lia1Vvi'1iv Cofll-v. 'l'hm-y also ggzivo tho play ll
suvoml limi- umlor tho sponsorsliip ol' tho llolzlry Uluh ol' l4lZllI'Il0l'l.
'l'hv cwmlil l'or thi- siicfvvss ol' this play is givon Wltlllllll 'pzlrlizllilv
ln Miss SW2ll'l'Zl'lllWlll'g, lllr. liynvli, :mil lhv ll2ll'4l-W0l'lilllQ ously
l":1y Kvlsvy -
lizl xyl'l'Il0 l'0lil'00
-r - Mzlrimi ll2ll'4ly
xvilylll' 'l'rm-ntmi lll
- M rs. llzirmly
Myra il llarmly
M r. Sluhhins
'AhhHhA 'I'l-IE HUURGLASS nN
High School Qrchestra
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THE HU UR GLASS
lorly-two Sllllll'lltS. 'lllll'l'0l'0I'l' flu- nunu- luul to lu- 1-lmng
, 9 , Y ' ' 1 '
High School Band
Wlu-n sf-luuml lu-gsm in tlu- l'z1Il, Mr. L'z11'l'oll Vzuu-0 cullc-1-lm-ml llu- rm--
lllilllllllg' nu-mlu-rs ul' llu- lligll N-luuml Boys' llzuul zuul lSSllll
ml :1 1-alll lm'
ru-xx' nu-mlu-rs. lllis linu- girls, us wm-ll as lumys, worm- ilSlil'll to join
lmm lumlll tlll'j.L'l'2l1lUNilIlll llu- lllgll sc-luuml. lIl l'0S1l0llSl't0lllSC'2lll vzmu-
m-al lrom ilu-
,nys lmlul to tlu- l'Zlll'Il0l'l, lllgll N-lumol llzuul. l'lu- llll'llllWI'SlllIJ in-
l . .. ll lhlll lo llu- 1llllll'X 1-nu-nl ul
illllll'S nnulu-11 gurls wlum l'0Illl'llillll' tlu- ' ' ' - -
Mr. YZIIIUO l'0illlllV c-umm-1111-al to qivm- lm-ssons mlurin--' sr-luml lumurs lo
. 1 D
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lll0Sl'Wll01lUSIl'l1l llu-m. In-1-ol t'll2lI'gl' to llu- Stllll0lltN. llu-1-ntluusinsls
to llu- llllllllwl' ul' lllirly-two, ll2lYlllg lDl'0l'lll'l'4l inslrunu-nts. zlppm-am-al
rr llu- :uulilorium lluring' an l'1'1-m- lu-ruul zu-c-ormling lo llu- 2ll'1'2lllg.1'K'll
Nl'lIl'llllll'. l1l'SS0llS am- lu-lal on 1-va-ry lVl'4lIll'Sllily mul 'l'lu1rs4lz1y.
'l'lu- lnuul lIll'llltll'S i'lZll'lIl0lS. SilX0llllUIlPS, zlllo ll0l'llS, lmrilmu-s,
ll'llIlllN'lS, tmmlumru-s, lmss ll0I'IlS, mul tlu- clrums.
ll 1- uw- mzmy 1-xm-llm-Ill 2lSS0lllllly lJl'0g'l'i1lIlS to flu- l'0lll2ll'li2llDll'
" - al llu-Unl-
pn-rl'm'm:uu-x- ol' our lmzuul. l or mu lJl'0Q'l'1llll il 211-1-olllpzxlliv
film- Club mlurin--' llu- rm-lulitiml ol' sm-vs-ml numlu-rs. ln aulelllum 11
:ns pm-rI'ornu-ml :11 ullu-1' sm-luuml ilf'llVltll'Silllll11l1lJllCl'l1l1Ctl0IlS
Page I"il'ty-li ve
THE HOUR GLASS '
Girls' Glee Club
'l'lul liirls' film- Vlulw was mmwfzlllize-el lluis l':xll mulvr llu- 1-l'lu'u-nl
. - 1 V -
uuuumgm-uu-ul ul Nlr. l4f'lll'll wllln Nlr. lurmll X'ZlllI'l' :ls lllrw-lm' :nu
lA'HllZll'll Nlurvy us pizmisl. 'l'lu' llll'llllll'l'SllllJ ul' llu- lilm- Club lllis yvzu
rv:u'lu-ml its IIl2lXlllllllll in tlul svluuml rvc'm'4ls. C0l'lll'21l'y to llul vuslmu
ul' lll'1'X'l0llS yn-urs, llu- vlulm null lllll'lllQ' scluuml lumurs. A syslvm ol'rol:1
tum was vmu-lfivnwl luy wlllvll pupils wvrv vxvllsml lrmu rvglllzll' vlzlssu-s
1llll'U 1-v1-n'y' svva-u ww-las. 'l'l1is 2lSSlll'l'll il 1'vg'1ll:1r Eltl0lI4l2llll'1'.
'l'lu- Slll"'lll"' is lulrulonim-ml in lllrm- mrls: llrst so ll'2lIlH, swmul
s s l l
' ' ' ' 4471 " 1
sUlll'2lllU2lll1l znlln. Hur svlw-lum ol lllllSll' lIlf'llllll'S lo il ll llml lmsm-"
"'l'lu- Spring' Suug"', "Wlu-n clv lgillljll Plays", Hllzuul ol' llopv mul
Glory" mul "'Flul Slzlrs zuul Hlrilu-s l"ol'vVm"'. Svvc-ral ul'tlu1ss- llll'f'l'x
lmw lll'1'll s1u'c'vssl'uIlv wuunllmlml m :u'r-ompzlnmu-nl wllll ilu' llufln
'l'lu- 1-l'lu'u-ul iuslrnu'lum ul' Mr. Vzuu-v lms lwc-11 lumlll lull-rusting
:uul 4-l'l'w1ivv, lm' ilu- girls lmvm- mlisplzxywl g.L'l'l'2l'l- lllllll'0VK'lll0lll. 'l'lu-
lilm- Ululm has pz1l'lu'ipz1lm-ll in ll-xv zxssvmlnly lJl'0g'l'2llllS, svluuml l'Ilt0l'l'Zllll
uulnls or pulllu' l'llll1'll0llS during' llu- Yl'2ll', lull llulv intuul lo lu num
zu-llvv in llul l'llllll'0.
x 1 -
Yl'ill' H1-1'11ic'e Roy
Kxllsey, the ll'l'ilS
'f-1,-'1,'::1.uz', 'I' H IC H U U R G L A S S
Sigma Delta Chi
TI'I1isisiI11- s11e11111i y11z11' 11I'1-xisteiir-11 I'o1'1he Sig'11111 U1-H11 i'hi. 'llhis
is the p1'11si1le111g .Xllll lltbgilll, the Nl'l'l'K'l2ll'f'1 F111
. , .
lll'l'l'Q Zlllll Mlss 5W2ll'lZl'lllDl'l'f", the 111l1'1s1-1'. 'l'l111 111-w
ll0Illl3l'I'S 11111111 were illllllli-tlltl 111 SOIJl0llllM'l' were: l12llll'2l Case, lflstliei'
l11111ti11f", J111111 llllll'lliIlSOIl, 'lillllll Lee, 111111 l1llIli1 llvlllllx. 'Phe S111'o1'itv
llll'0lIg'lI il llllllllN'l'
ot' 0llil'l'lll'lSOS XYZIS illlll' to get wllilie sw11111.1-1's with
IDlll'lll0 1-1111111-111s for 0111111 lll0Illl10l'.
l4lve1'y 11111111lw1' is p1'11111I lhzlt she lll'l0IlQ'S to this S111'111'i1y11111l lllily
w1'z11' il, NW0Zll10l' he:
.1s Slli'C'l'SSl.ll .'i
ll'lIlg its Ulllliltxlll. We l111p1-111111 this srwielv IIIZIN' lu-
I next ye-111' 11s it lIZlS 11111111 this j'l'ill'.
'l'I11- l'oIl11wi11g 1111- the lH't'Sl'Ill lllt'llllN'I'SZ
Antoinette Mc1ntag.:li,11no Julia Rzifoth
Many hopeful eontestzlnts responded to. the ezill sounileml for the
:mnuul try-out lor lfziirport lligh's i'll00l'l9iltllI1g' squzul early in the lull.
lilueh ol' them hzul to give their original interpretation of one ol' the
sehool yells he'l'ore Miss llzuulin zuul Mr. Johnson. After ai strenuous
series ol' triuls the following were ehosen as permanent nienihers of the
ROBERT POTTER, Cheermaster
KATHARINE KOHLER EUNINCE BAKER
WILLIS BROWN JAMES PARKE
LUNA WAITE REBECCA JORDAN
These eheerlezulers halve eurneml many sighs ol' zulmirution from
visiting students heeuuse ol' their eostuiues. lVl1ite skirts, white
trousers, zuul white sweaters llisplzlying the large hloek F make up the
utl ruetive llllll'0I'lllS.
We linil mueh to zulmire in these seven representutives of our
stuclent hoclv. Thev have worked liuril to originate new eheers l'o1
our use. lVe ure truly grateful to these pep instigzxtors for their whole-
heurteml lezulerslup ol' our eheers at ull Zltllltltlf' fllHi'tl0IlS. May the
eheerlezulers ol' the eouune' Vl"ll' li-ive as mueh sueeess us those ol'
rw . 4 '
v 'I' H IC H U U R GL A S S
'Wlu-11 Al'1'lllll' Mz11'1i11, 111-11' 1-11:11-l1 11I' l+'z1i1'11111'1 lligli S!'ll111ll, iss1u-1l
1l11- 1'21ll l'111' l'11111l1:1ll 1-:11uli1l:111-s, l1is 1'z1ll was lllllll1'1ll2ll1'lf' :111sw1-1-1-1l I11'
l111'1v-I1x'1- 11l:1x'1-1's. .Xl.1l'l' Il l.1'XY W1-1-ks 111' 1-X111-1'i1111-111i11--', 1l11- 111:11-l1
1l1-1eul1-1l lllZl1 llz11'1- wus 1'z111:1l1l1- 111' l111l1li11g 1l11w11 1l11- 1-1-1111-1' 1111si1i1111g
l'11111111111i11 Zllltl Y111111g', 1'Il1lS1 li2lSlll' 111111 lll1'lilIlS1lll, g'll2ll'1lSQ Wilson 111111
1'.1111.1i11 Yun 1, 1.11 l1l1-s, ll111.111, S1 1111.111 ll11l1f 1lIl1l V11-111111 1l11
, 1 . . . Y .. ,-. ,. 1 1 1 -. - 1 V 1
1 Flu 1 F, 1 , 1, he ,
l1:11-lclu-l1l. 'llu- s11l1s wlu1 lllZly1'1l 1111 i111l1111'1z1111 l1Zll'1 i11 11u1s1 111' llu-
! 1 I 3 1
g-111111-s NV1'l'1' .l111- lXl1'SS1'l'lll1l, A. l1ixz11, l1. 111111-1-, lx. llyilll, ll. h111l1, :11ul
ll 1' llll 11111111111 N1111 ll 11l.1x11l 1.11l1l1 1lllllIlQ,1ll1 1 1 1111 1lIl1l 11111x11l
. ' I 'SZ "" "'l 'SWS ' "'
l1i111s1-ll' :1 V1'l'y 1:z11111l1l1- illlll s11111'1y l1-11111-1'.
'l'l11- li1's1 Q'2ll1l1'0l.1ll1' s1-:1s1111 was wi1l1 M1-1li11:1 :11 l":1i1'11111'1. l1 was
:1 Q'l'1'2l1 tlily l'111' :1 l'11111l1z1ll g':11111- 111111 lllillly s111111111'11-rs llliltll' 1l11- si11111-
1i1111 l1l'lg'lI1l'l'. l+':1i1'11111'1's 1'1'i111s1111 'l'i1l1- 1-1'11slu-1l i1s l'111- i11 Il lil-7 v1-1'-
1li1-1. 'l'l11- l111yS Ill2lj'l'1l il Q111l1l gillll1'2lll1l sl11111l1l l1:1v1- 1'11ll1-1l 1111 :1 l:11'g'1-1'
-111-x1 gzmu- was wi1l1 ,Xll1i1111 111 1Xll1i1111. ll1-1'1- 1l11- li1'1l2lll1l lilllt'
lll1'11 1l1-1'1-111 111 1l11- ll2lll1lS 111' 1l11- .-Xll1i1111 lzuls. l"z1i1'11111'1 lll2lf'l'1l il 111111'l1
ll1'2lVlPl' 11021111 NYlll1'll 1l1-l'1-:111-1l 1l11-111 211-6.
llu- llt'Xl1 W1-1-li l1'11111l1-11111111 l11'1111g1'l11 21 s11'1111g z1111l lll'2lVy 11'2llll 111
l":111'11111'1. rlllI1'V 1"lllll' ll1'l'1' z11ul 1-N111-1-11-1l 111 win ll111'i111-' 1lu- li1's1 1IllZll'-
. ' ' rw
11-1', 1lu-y s1'111'1-1l Il 111111-l11l11w11 Zlllll 1l1is s1-1-1111-1l l1z11l l'111' l1'2lll'lI11l'1. ll11w-
1-v1-1', Ill 1l11- s1-1-111ul 11ll2ll'11'l' 1l1'l'l'X' ll:11'1, 11111' s1'1'z11111v 1-1 1111-1', l'1'1'0X'1'l'1'1l
- Zlllll Q1llll1'1l 11s El 111111'l11l11w11. l11 1l1is gzmu- "1'l1i1-lc" xvflllllgi
THE HOUR GLASS
211111 1111111111 11111ki11s1111 11lso s1111'1'1111 1111111111s11 111111' 11111111 N1'U1'1'l1 il 111111111-
1111w11 lll 11111 111s1 two 1jl12ll'1101'S 111 1111s11 11111 11'111111111111oi1, IS 7
l1'11i1'11o1'1 1111x1 w11111 111 11111111s1111 1Yl'Sl1'j'il1l 111 11i11111, Now York
1"2lll'l10I'1- 11x11111111111 111 1111 vi1-1111'i1111s i11 111is Qlfilllll' 11111 w11s s111'111'is1111 111
1111v11 El 111111111 111111-'111' 111111 111111vi111' 11111111 11211111 11111111 l10l.l'211. '11111' s1-111-11 Wilh
, .- . Fm 1
1.1-11 111 1ilV0l' 1111 11111111s1111 1111sl11v1111. 1111111111 s11o1'1111 11111 1111111 111111-111111w11
'11111' 1111x1 w111111 11111' 1'1'i111s1111 1111121111 XVZIS 111 lllily 1:1'1g'1l1-011 w1111 was
Vl'l'y 111111li1111111 111' Wllllllllg. 'l'1111 1111ws111111111' 11111 11111 g1v11 l'12lll'll0l'1 111111111
111. il 111111111112 '1'1111v 111111s111111'1111 118 11111 "111111111'11o11's", 11111 14'1111' 1111'1 1112111-
'1"'1'11 111 1111111 11111 111111Vv -11111 111111'11 11x11111'i1111111111 111'i '
T Y Y
111111111 11111111 111 11111
C rs I K 1 rx
s11111'11 111' 131-11 lll 11111111' 111' 11111 W111111 211111 1111111 111 111'1g1111111. 14'1111'11111'1
11111511111 il WOIl11111'lj11l gilllll' 111111 s111111111 l12lV11 s1111w11 111111'11 1111w111-.
11111' 11111111111 g'1111111 w1111 14I11s1 1111111111s1111' w11s 11111y1111 111 1+l11s1 11111111-
11s1111'. Altllllllgll 11111111 11111111 111111111 wi111i11 s1f111'i11g 11is111111111 111' 11111 goal-
1i1111 11111y w111'11 11111111111 to s11111'11. 11 w11s il 11111'11 1'U11y,'1l1 11111111' wi111 1111
s11111'11 ol' 11-11 1'111' 1111111111111' y11111'.
'1'l111 1111x1 g1111111 11111' 1111' 111111 111111 1311111 w11s 111 1Yl'11S1l'1'. 1"11i1'11111'1
111111111111 11 111111111 1111si1y win 111is g.1'1111111 11111 w11s 11111111111 111 1111111111 vi1-1111'y.
Sll1'1'1llilIl, 11111 111111 111' W1111s1111', 111111111 11111 1111 s11111111111 111111 s11111'1111 1w11
1111111111111w11s 111111 21 11111111. '1'11is g11v11 11111 11'1111s1111' 11111111 21 131-T vi111111'p
'1'1111 1111111 111111111 1111 11111 s1111so11 XVZIS 1111151111 111 11111'11i11g'. '1'11is 11111111
w11s 11111 1111111111111111 111' il s1111111111'11 l1'i1Q'11l'. 1'111'11111g1' l'2lS1lj' 111'1'1'2111'11
' ' ' 11111 hy 11111 s1'o1'11 01' 11-1--0.
N11x1 y11111"s 11111111 will 1111 wi11111111 1111' s111'vi1111s 111' 112111111111 "'1'11111"
Ni1111si11, "11111111" I,0111I10H1U, 1111111011 S11111111111, 11. C01.1.1'1', "1'11i11ki11"
Y111111g', ilIl11 1111g111' 'l1y1111. W11 wish 1111x1' y11111"s 11111111 il 11111111 Sll1'l'l'SS1.ll1
yllill' 1111111 this y1'il1',S. A1 E1 1lll1l'11llg.L' 11111-11111 112111' w11s 111111-11111 1-1111111111
1111' 1111' 111211-1 111111111111 s1111s1111. 11'11 wis11 llllll 211111 11111 11111111 11111 1111s1 111
l":1i1'l1111'1 ..... ..... 1 I1
1"11i1'11111'1 ..,.. ..,.. 1 i
1'1'1"11i1'11111'1 ..... ..... 1 S
1'l2l11'I101't ..... ..,. 1 I1
l"11i1'11111'13 , 0
1"11i l'l101'11 ...., . 11
1"11i rl 11111 ..... .. , .. 7
1"11 i 1'p111'1 ............,...,....,..,., 11
111111111111111111 .,,...,...........,,, 7
11111111s1111 1111s111y1111 11
1'l11s1 l1o111111s1111' .........,,,,,, 11
1Yl111S11'l' ,............... ,.,1,1, 1 21
THE HOURGLASS f "'
'l'ln- initizll cull l'0l'tll0ll21Slil'lflHlll sonson ot l.J,,.i-.ip was il
lwy il promising group ol' young ntlilotos. lYitl1 six VPt0l'ilIlH lnwli,
l'lilll'll0l'l'S liopos tor nnotln-r t'llilllll7l0I1SlllID tozun lookotl vory goofl.
1 667 5 4 Li 3 77
' ' 'W 'll IlSXYl'l't'tl
'l'lw six vvtvrzuis wort-: tzlptzlin-vlocft, Aolie' 5Pi1lll2l11, hivo Poni-
.. 1 77 1 l 1 Lb 1 ' ' 99
ponio, tlinvy lloltz, Kurl tlutlicli, Rogor lxy21Il anal tllll'lil0
Young. 'l'lio foul' l'osvi'v1- nn-n l'i'oni lust V0ill"S tozun wluvli t'0lll mlotwl
I1 1 91 79' ' 77 ' '
ilu- ti-ann woi'v Hfllilllty llogun, ".loc- tiuurino. Hllzink Vigarvtti
:intl "Jo-Jo" Mossorino.
Un 'llllilIlliSglVlIlg ltlvv. tlw Noel :intl Bluv tlvfoattocl Vivtoi' in tliu
opt-ning gzuno ol' tlit- your. 21-l-l.
ln its lvzwiim- tlolmut, l"z1ii' mort lmowwl to lrontli-1 uoit zittor 21 tlirill-
. :H - l , . .
ing lmttlc- wlnvli 1-mlm-il 21-l 1. ln tlu- nvxt two gzunos, l'illl'pUl'l mlul not
l'zu'o so wvll. Sho was lmtllv lwziton lw both B1'li"'llt0Il untl Pt-nliolcl.
. . O
llowt-vi-V, in tlio nt-xt two gzunvs l'lZlll'1J0l't upset the tlopu lmclwt
by tlt'l.l'2lllIlQ,' lJittsl'oi'ml unil tlwn ti'ounc'ing our olcl rival East liovlit-sta-i',
in an ovortiino vontc-st, Lili-25. 'l'liis was tlio niost tlu'illing gzuno ot' tln-
yvzir :intl tln- Vosult was not alvviclc-cl until liyun sunk at liolcl goal in tln-
lzist niinutv ol' play.
W4-lmstvr liunililwl tln- lit-cl zunl llluv in tlio noxt gzuno. Novortlio-
loss, l"uii'pol't sliowt-ml il i't-vwszll ol' l'Ul'lll in tlio following guino lay
lmrn-ly ln-ing nosm-ml out by lroncloquoit, 27-22. Fziirport, with Young
tossing tlioin in lll'0lll tln- c'v11toi', almost ovt-rtook ll'0Iltlt't1l10llt in tln-
111' 11111 y1'il1', 11111 111111 111111 1311111 11111111111111 S111
THE HOUR GLASS
1"11i1111111'1 1111x1 111111 1111' s11'1111g' 131'ig1111111 11121111 111111 11l11111s1 1111111i11is-
1111'1111 11s Ii1's1 1111111111 111' 11111 s1111s1111. 11 was 1l11g.1'1111, 11iv111 1111111, w1111 1111111
.,1 1. 1 , ,. . .1 I ,
l'12ll1'110l'1 lll 11111 1'11111111111'. 11111' 11111111 11111 11v111'y 11111111111 1111111 11111 l11s1
111111 lll1l1ll11N 1111111 1111111111111 111111111.1111111 1111 141111111111 1 1 111 lllll 1111
151111111 1'Il11l'11. l11'ig1111111 211, 1+11i1'11111'1 21. A11111' 1111s 11111' g'1111111 11g11i11s1
I W i
l11'ig'1111111. 1'11i1'11111'1 XVPII1 1111 11 1'11111' 151111111 losing: s11'1 1111. l11si1111' 111 1 111s-
1111'11, l'111s1 l111111111s1111', A1l1111111s 111111 W1111s1111'. 111 11111 lust 111111111 g'1111111
1111 11111 1'111111wi11g 14'1'i1111y, l"11i1'11111'1 1111111111 11s 1111sl1111l1111l s1111s1111 111'
111S1Ilg' 111 1'11111i11111 19-11.
N11x1 y11111"s 11111111 will 1111 wi11111111 11111 s111'vi1111s 111' 1111'1111 111' 1111s
y11111"s lirst 1l'i1lll. 'I'1111s11 w1111 will 1111 IIIISSIIIKLL' 11111 111111111111 S11111111111,
l'111'w111'11g Y111111g', 11111111111 111111 111111111111i11, g.1'11111'11
Fisk. 1111s y11111"s 111111111g'111', 1111111111111 1111 11111 111111111 1111si1111ss 111 11x-
1-111l11111 s1y111. 131111111 1'11111'i1y will Illilllilgl' 1111x1 y11111"s 11111111.
.X1 Il 11111111i11g 111' 11111 11111111' 1111111 "1311xy" 11y1111 111111 "Sll211l1yH
1111111111 w111'11 111111111111 1111-1'11p1111111s 211141 11111y will 1111111 11111 111111 111111 1311111
11111111 1l11'1111g11 11111 15121-1-315 s1111s1111, wi111 11111 11ss1s111111'11 111' .11111 M11ss111'i1111,
"11111111" 1v1Q'2l1'1'111. .11111 1111111'in11, "1'li1111y" 11i011Z, K111'l 111111li1'11, 111111
1'1111111' 111111 1111111111111's 111' 11111 1'11s111'v11 sq111111.
13ASlilG'l'l31Xl.l1 S1'll111111 11111
,. ,. A
11111111' 111 141111111111 ........1....... ......
"11'1111111111111111 111 111111-11111-1 ..... ..... .
1"11i1'11111'1 111 l11'i1g'1111111 ....,1, .
l'1111l111111 111 l+'1111'11111'1 ...... .....,
1'l'i11sl'111'11 111 l"11i1'11111'1 ..,.........,.,.,... .
:gf w '
l"11i1'11111'1 111 W1111s1111' ,,.,.................
l"11i1'11111'1 111 11'11n1111111111i1 ...,. .... . .
11 l31'i11'1111111 111 l'1il11'IlU1'1 .....,.... ..,. . .
:1l":1i1'11111'1 111 1'i11sl'111'11 ...,.,........1,..,.. ...., ,
111"1111'11111'1 111 l'111s1 11111'1111s1111' .,..,, .... . .
, . .
1' !l11'l1U1'1' 111 .X1l11lI121S .................,1. ......
I "'f W1111s1111' 111 l'121l1'I10l'1 .....,. ..... .
H111111s 111 l'11l1l'IJ01'1 .1......, ......
l'12l11'l101'1 111 l'11111111l11 ,......,,.
1111151 11111'1111s1111' 111 l'1Zll1'I10I'1 ..,,,. .,,...
""""""1'HE HOUR GLASS
'Franck has not lu-vii zu wry populzu' sport in l"z1ii'pm'l High Svlmul
Iizist yvzu' thv trzivli squzul was zihout thi- lzu'g.g1-st that our Alma Mull I
has 0Vl'l' put out :is it 00IlSlSt0Kl ol' 25 nieiiilwrs.
This your tho veterans will he:
100-200 yzml run .......,,.....,......... ..... N . Siirrvy, ll. llumph
440 yurcl run ......,... ,..., I 3. ltuniph, ll. Young
880 vurcl run .....i. ...............,..............i..,........... , R. Rizzo
1 niilo run ......... ..... I 41. 'l'1'z1cv, W. Spzililml
Wviglits .......,... ..........., l 1. Ryizm. ll. St-'illllilll
lligh .lump ....... ...., X V. Brown, J. Buscmni
llrozul J lllllll ........ ............................... - ........... N . Surrvy
Pole Vault ...... ....... . I. lhiscviiii, R. Pomponio
Shot .............. - ..........................................,....,......., ...........,... ......,........ ' l '. Nicosia
With thvso mon and wlmtvvvr 111-w mzitvrizll is ohtzlinm-ml. Co
Stvilifvlclt vxpcwts to haivv 21 vivtorioiis your. XVG wish tho tc-zum
lwst ol' luck mul siuzcoss in their contests.
Page Sixty-fou r
AIvNvv 'l'llI'l HOUR GLASS AQ
The Block F Club
Presimllcrlt GERALD HAKIC
Vice-Preslrlent THOMAS NICOSIA
'l'r'0zlsL11'c1' - GORDON SEAMAN
Secretary - ENRICO POMPONIO
Sergeant-at-zlrms - - - HARLAND YOUNG
'l'lu- lllfu-li ll' Club ls am Ul'g'ZlIllZZlllOIl llml is l'0l'llll'4l by zu f"l'0ll1D
ul zltllla-lvs wlum lmvv won tlulil' lnlovlc lc-lim' in any llliljlbl' sport. mul
xxln lull 'l'lu sclutum Is
0 lmvv lN'l'Il c-lumsvn lay 0lQlll'l' nulmlwrs ol' tlu- 1' .
ll lswl llllillltlll'll'Sl'll0lZll'SllllJ,21llll0lQli'2llllllly,illlll spcwtsmzlnsllip. 'lllul
pulpusm ul'1lu clulm is to lninu, .xlunul s4lull.11sl1lp slrmlsllunlslllp uul
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'l'lu' vluln was l'ornuul in llul past lu' .lulm . -
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4mu'l1 ol' l'12lll'Il0l'l lllgll Sr-luull. 'l'lul llu-mlwrs wwe- llll'Il wlwll-cl luv
ilu l'1nulm ' ms
X " -'yz1l. tlu- 5llIlt'l'lIll0llll0Ill, zuul Mr, Mc-Willizl
.Xl lll'0Sl'Ill lluxrv am- vlvvml nuxmlu-rs in 'flux vlulv. 'l'lu1 zulvisvr lm'
ilu' 1-lull lllis yllill' is Mr. .lOllIlSOll. 'l'lu' Iufw nu-mlulrs ol' ilu- vlulm 2ll'4'I
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gm' gun, llalVv1'1u- Qol'l'w, liu-llzml ll0g'2lIl, fl21llll'S
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lun lo lul
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A THE HOUR
Girls' Athletic Association
'I lie lilrls' Xll
. iletir- Assoc-iziiion has continued tliis your :is in the
pusl. in :ui zlliiliulioii with the Monroe County oigzinizzition. A l2lI'g'0
nuiiilwi' oi' girls lizis pairticipaiteml in the various sports, wliivli is vs-
si-nlizilly ilu- olijevt ol' our z1ssoc'iz1tion. rlilll' Play Days at the various
svliools lizivm- provml oi' gr:-at lwnelit sovizilly as wi-ll as in building.:
up il line spirit ol' sportsmainsliip.
llzislcetlmll, som'c'e1', liiking.g', tennis, liit pin lmselmil and lmsolmll
uri- the sports lislc-cl on the progrzuii.
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s which are Ill'0Sl'Iltl'Kl ut the c-nil of the yeur are bust-il
on ilu' 2l0l'lllIllll21ti0Il oi' points during' the your. The lll0IlUQ'l'illll is the
liiglusl .xxx lltl, sevoiicl lilgliest uwurml, tliv letter "F", and the iQllll'll,
lluili Ilonk, Arzilini- lluller. Mzirjorio Brown und Winiirc-il llilis-
Ill0l'l' were ilWill'4lK'll monogrziiiis in 19.32.
IRIJS' A'l'lllil+Yl'lC ,-XSSUCIATIUN 0l4'l+'li'lGRS
- ANN HOGAN
- LAURA CASE
"A team for every girl and
V. B. PICKERING
on a team."
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llzisvlmll in l'l2lll'll0l'l lligh Hvhool this your look tho l'0l'lII ol .in
iiill-wlziss soil-hzlll ll'2l"'lll' sc-rios. lliilvll wlzlss was i'1-mix-sc-ritm-ml hx' lwo
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l'2llllS, om- ol whivh mlnvoml in lhm- llc-ll lA'il"'ll0 zinml thc- olhoi' in lhl
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llluo lil-zwiiv. l il DlillIlS loi' lho ll-:uns wx-i'o vlioson hx' lhm-ii' Vos wc-tivo
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flnssos :incl lhon tho miplzillis vhoso sinh-s.
'l'h1- ll'0"'l'2llll vzilloll l'oi' ovm-ry ll'Zllll lo play ovory 0llli'l' loam lwivo,
lhon zi play-oil' lwlwm-vii tho ll'2ltUQlll' winnvrs, Zlllll linzllly zi llirvv ga
4-rimw hm-lwooii our host louni :mil zu siniilan' lvuni from East llovliostvi
llolh lfhisl' llovlivsll-i' :incl l'iZlll'Il0l'l lligh Svhools lmvv mloplm-ml lol
this vm-:ir :il ll-zisl, ei s win-i' n'oH'i':iin ol' s iorts whivh wrniils Zl qiwiloi
' rq Q P5 s u n 4 . 4
niimlwi' ol boys lo lzilw lJZll'l in lho various zlfllvilws. niosl IlllIl0l'l2lIll
ol whivh hzivo hi-on lhm- soll-hull gmnos. 'Fonnis has also llmwn niiivli
iiilc-rc-sl :xml Zllll'Illl0Yl lhis sl-zison, llwiw- living' lourmmil-nls l'oi' li'
boys zinml girls.
Henry Vigzirctti, John Husccmi
Richard Hogan, Joe Messerino
- Clarence Holtz, Gerald Hare
Harland Young, Lz1Verne Coffee
'. ' Q-5-3,1-I
THE HOUR GLASS ,,,.,..,.,,,..,..
A Senior Graduates
Ile sat quietly in his seat, gazing thoughtfully at the hlackhoard,
and thought of events far removed from the formulae on the chalk-
covered hlackhoard. llis thoughts however, were of the school and
of his progress from the time of his kindergarten days until now.
lle was a Senior now. For eleven years he haul trudged from home
to school and hack again. lle had digested numerous unpleasant suh-
jects. lle haul managed to get hy with rather indifferent marks. This
was his last year. llow queer it seemed,-for eleven years he haul
hoped and waited for this time and now that it was here there was no
wild exultation or exuherant hilarity hut rather, a feeling of gloom
had settled upon him. Ile was to leave this haven of friendships to
go out and search for new havens. Somehow the prospect was not
lle sat hy the window in his room overlooking the campus where
he haul spent so many pleasant hours, where perhaps he haul attained
a moderate or mediocre success in the field of sports.
lle associated old landmarks with old friends, as the smell of a
certain perfume hrings to your mind the appearance of a particular
person. lle thought of the memhers of his class and their prohahle
future occupations. Some of them would doubtless gain fame, cer-
tainly most of them would he ohscure. There would he persons pos-
sihly who would let success turn their head, and there would he those
whose failures would fail to daunt them. 'l'here would he reverses of
fortune either for hetter or worse and-
'l'hen he stopped to consider his own future. lle thought of his
earlier amhitions which now seemed so distant and even foolish. lle
contemplated his present ambition hut even this path to success was
strewn with other men who had fallen hy the wayside. Would he fall?
Would he let others use him as a stepping stone and with each step,
kick him farther into ohscurity? Would he he one who persevered,
who fought valiantly, who did not hecome discouraged and dis-
heartened hy thoughts of those that had fallen hut, instead, was
cheered on and strengthened hy those that haul persevered and now
were safely entrenched hehind the hattlements of success.
llis reverie endedg he once more started to study but with a new
look in his eyes and a soherer expression on his face. Perhaps his
dreams will turn out to he more than mere tigments of the imagination
and he will attain the goal for which he has so determinedly set him-
self-a goal which many have tried for hut which comparatively few
have attained, Success.
liaVerne Coffee '34
A Sonnet To A Ship
'l'he h11lky sl1ip set out to sea. at dawn,
As sailors' yoiees rang from sl1i 1 to shore
,. , . . . ,
M 1tl1 tlllx ehant ot a gay and rollieking sailor s songg
Nono knowing that they would see their homes no more.
Upon the sea they sailed eight days and nights,
With nary a St0l'lll to steer them off their way.
'llhe stars ahoye tl1en1 were their o11ly lightsg
liut oh, cruel fate, a storm arose next day.
'llhe lie'ht11ine' erashed a11d felled tl1e 111ie'l1ty mast.
IN D 5 .
'l'he great waves washed o'er hoard the men OII deek.
'l'he wind se11t torth 0119 lone' and llll"'lltV hlast'
F1 5 . 3
And sent her to her wat'ry grave-a wrevk!
Uh tate as tl1is eould ne'er lll0l'P horrihle he,
Yllllili se11detl1 llllill so hraye he11eatl1 tl1e seal
Verna lflurman ,235
My Ideal Gentleman
My ideal gentleman is mueli like lflmerson's. lle is a lllilll ol' truth
at all ti111es. lle is also lord ol' his own ac-tions. As l'or heing seryile
o11 persons or possessions, llly ideal gentleman is slightly servile Ull
persons. hut 11ot possessions. lle forms .his ow11 opinions and does not
ehange them too easily, although l1e is 11ot ohstinate ahout ehaiiging
an opinion whieh lllily he wrong.
My ideal gentle111an is the possessor of a good nature to the ex-
te11t ol' radiating i'lltJ0l'l'lllHt'SS. l1ike l+lmerson's ideal, he is weleome
among all types of people. lle lllilli0S everyone l'eel at ease i11 l1is
presence. lle is Il0t necessarily a leader in 0V0l'ytlllIlj" l1e tries to do
hut l1e is a leader in at least one thing. lle is interested i11 lllillly tl1i11gs
hesides l1is ow11 husiness and can talk intelligently ahout lllilllj' dil'l'er-
ent things. This makes him popular.
My ideal is henevolent, always willing to help people whether it
he in a linaneial way o1' i11 801119 other way. lle is taetful i11 dong tl1is.
as l1e is i11 doing everything else.
lle is refined in that l1e van make line pereeptions illltl likes lllllll-
eration. lle also does not resent eritieisin or eorreetion.
l think an ideal gentleman is o11e who, without aetually seeming
to do so, lll2lliUS the IIl0St ot' all the powers and talents which tlod has
given him and is liked and resper-ted hy those with Wlllllll l1e eomes
June Eaton '34
vvTN THE HUURGLASS
The Business of a Ladies' Guild Meeting
ln a small, eountry town, Mrs. llentley pounded her ruler on the
"Now girls, let us eome to order," she said. lt was her duty to
do this as president ot' the liadies' tluild ot' Pumpkin llook. After she
had put on her glasses and the ladies had taken their plaees, she
"First we shall sing numher 102 in the hymnal. All ready, now,
lless, do let us hear your alto voiee in this heautiful song."
Mr. ltllvirah Barnum happened to he walking hy the town hall
and heard, what he thought, a peeuliar noise.
"Wal, I swan," he said, putting his hand up to his ear in order
to hear hetter, "what he those ladies doing now? liooks as though
they've got hynmals in their hands. lly golly, they he tryin' to sing."
lfllvirah was a short, thin, old man and was quite deal. Most ol'
the people in Pumpkin llook thought him to he ignorant, hut he usually
knew what he was doing, and spent most ot' his time eritieizing others.
lle then looked into the window more elosely and said:
"You ladies airn't tryine' to sine' air ye? il was wonderin' what
was going on here."
rw rv . '
"Why lfllvirah Barnum, you're humiliatin' us. We were singing
and a very heautiful hymn it were. Sometimes you're deal, hut you're
always ahle to hear anythin' ye want to eritieize. Now you git along
and leave us ladies to 'tend to husiness. lVe he having a very im-
portant meeting ol' the Guild." She then started to put the window
down, with mneh foree.
"Wal, l may he deaf, hut l shore eould hear you ladies a
squawkin'," said ltllyirah, as he walked away, laughing to himselt'.
ln the town hall, all the ladies ol' the tluild seemed to he talking
"Wal, I never see sueli impudenee. Ol' all the nerve," said Jenny
"Just l'awney that," said Mrs. tlreenway, the widow, as she
looked at .lenny through her eye-glass, whieh was really an opera glass.
hut unknown to the rest ol' the women. The widow was eonsidered a
society lady hy everyone at Pumpkin llook aml they all looked np to
her. She had heen in mourning l'or quite a l'ew years, but no one knew
whether she was in mourning for the loss ol' her liushand or the alie
mony she had reeeived.
"Ile had the nerve to eall our singing, ah'm what did he eall lt?
Uh, yes, ol' eourse, squawkingf' she eontinned.
ow, ladies, do let us forget ahont Nl r, llarnum and diseuss the
'I'HI'l HUUR GLASS 2
lmusinvss part ol' tlw IIlU0IlIlg',H said Mrs. Ilontlvy, again valling tlu'
IIIUUIIIIQQ' to ordorg "Init lirst I tllink our doar Mrs. tire-4-nway lias a
IIOOIII slul would Iikv to read. Iilll suro wmfll all vnjoy it as slw wrotv
it livrsvll. All right Sylvia."
"MV luv now worm-n't that splvndid ol Svlvv to writv a pomn lor
.' .' . .
, . . . .
us? ' said Miss Iiutlwrlord, wlio was an llIllllZ1l'I'll5II woman ol' about
"Noah, girls, Iilll not inuc-li at writing pot-try. but tlu- otlwr day
I liad an inspiration a11d I just l'olt tllat I Iiad to writv a ll-w vc-rsos
ol' it down," said Mrs. tlwollway, as slut stood in front ot' tlu' woiuvn,
lIlllt'Il vxc-itwl about Vtlillllllg tlui povin. 'lllwn sliv lwgan l'l'2l4llllg'Z
"'I'lw titlo is 'Into is Inko 'l'l1at'."
I mot lliin WIll'l1 just young' and l'rail
Wo had walkvd down tluf old pint- trail.
I know at onvo, lui was I'or uw:
M'tvr wo inarrivd, lui wvul to soa,
Iiut, alas, lifv is like tliat.
A sailor lias a lilo of woo
Iiut. oll uuu-ll worsv is tlul lilo ol' liis wil'o,
Slul just sits at lionw and sows,
lu-ttvrs, I I'l'i't'IVl'lI troiu luin onw in a wlulm-
Iiut, alas, lilo is like tllat.
I vould stand it no lonpjor
So, lator I i'vc'vivi-ll a iuontlily, alimony vlu-vk
.Xud latzor, oll liow I wvpt,
As now lw lias lvl't nw,
And lui lic-s on tlio Iuottoiu ol' tlu- sc-a.
Ilut alas, lill- is likv tliat.
"My, but ain't tllat too lowly for wordsl'
"liravious. Sylvy, I didn't know yi- liad it in yo."
lflvi-i'yIvody told Mrs. tli'm-iiwziy liow lwaulilul tlwy tliougglit tlu-
"Wu must put that in tlw W1-ckly llvraldf' said Mrs. livntlvy.
"Ulu, girls, I aiu so tlirillod. so Ili-liuglltml, l1'u1 vos,
4 1 .
too, too dm--
liqlitvd. said tlui widow, as slu- straiglitviuwl tlu- vollar ol' lufr dross,
not knowing' wliat vlsv to do.
.Xs all tlw ladws starlvd talking' again. tlu' ima-tiiig' was vallwl to
ordvr lor tlui tliird tiuui In' tlw prosinlont, who said:
"Now. l"anny will road tlu- iuinutm-s ol' last wovk's llIl'l'IlIlQ'.H
"Ulu, doar." said Fanny. a woman ol' about forty-Iivv, "wlu-rv is
tliat pain-r. Ulu, ye-s, luirv it is." Slim- lluin lwgan rm-smiling"
Page Seventy-th ree
AA"'w'6' THE HUURGLASS
"The meeting began in the usual plaee, the usual time, with the
usual president and the usual ladies present, on the day of August
ten. That was last Friday, in ease you don't know the date. NVe
didn't 'tend to much busyness that day, as .l guess we all felt like
talkin ', so we joined in a conversation. This is how it started. Jenny,
who lives next door to young Miss lieacockts home, she,s the purtiest
young lady in town, said that she happened to be looking out her win-
dow Zlllli saw young Mr. Uilbertson going into the Leacoek's home
three nights in succession. live all s'pose they 'll announce their en-
gagement soon. After that, we talked about some of the latest styles
displayed by Joan Crawford in a motion picture magazine, and, l
swan, we all wondered what the world is coming to. After that we
happened to think about our Saturday night dances. The young folks
seem to want them to last 'till twelve o'cloek instead of eleven.
Gracious, l certainly gave my daughter a talkin' to when she said
she thought eleven o'cloek was too early. Then too, we wondered if
Miss llolmstead, who lives up on the hill, has fallen for that ,ltllvirah
Barnum. She danced pretty near every dance with him.
Outside of another open window, l+llvirah Barnum was seated,
listening to Fanny, as she read the minutes. XVhen he heard about
Miss llolmstead and himself, he said out loud:
"Gracious me, ye ean't even dance with a person 'round here
without thim ladies talkin' 'bout it. They be a bunch of gossips. l
always wondered what went on to them meetin,s. Now, l know they
never 'complish no business, just gossip all the time."
Janet Dinsmore '36
l"ar below the tall, ma'estie llimalavas lies the weird and lonelv
.l . .
llurman jungle, a dark and savage mass of impenetrable underbrush
and gigantic trees. The slow-moving waters of the great Irrawaddy
penetrate into the heart of the jungle. At night the trumpeting of
the tired elephants echoes and reeehoes through the dense under-
growth. An odor of sweet moistened grass fills the heavy air of the
sweating forest. At night it is even more beautiful than during the
day. An irregular profile of the great forest of trees can be seen in
the glittering moonlight swayed by the monsoon winds that prevail
over this region of the earth.
John lie Domenico '37
Essay Cn Putting Out The Cat
'l'lu-rv may ho lossvi' vvils than putting out tho cut hut vortziinly
tlwrv am- no gwzitm-i'. Ono muy put out tho dog ol' vourso, hut llustvi'
kwps his vlziws lirnily uncloi' his foot rzitlivr than iuiplzintingg' thvni
in tho in-zu'0st human lwing.
Wvll, we lwgin tho svzirvli l'oi' liosciiiiziiy. Ross-im1i'y is tho quaint
nzuno wx- lizivv givvn our 4l:u'ling', alltho' pm-rliups lloorgv or Williaun
would hu mow uppi'opi'iz1tv. llowvvor, that is noithoi' lwre nor tlwro-
tho Sl'ill'l'll has lwgun-
No trac-0 ol' him has he-on 'l'01lIl1l downstairs exvvpt, perhaps, hc-
hzis lwon soon in tho tlirevtion ol' tho roast on tho liltI'lll'!l czihinvt.
lillStZlll'S, ull se-Pins to lw us usual, until ai alwfoiuitivo luyoi' of 'lui' is
ilisc-ovorml upon tho hvil in inilzuly's C'llilllllb0l'.
You soo, ovvry with inolts just us hirils do. UI' courso, hirils shi-cl
the-ii' l'02lilll'l'S :incl 4-:its 4lon't have l'vz1tlivi's, hut illi1t,S tho only 4lil'-
Anyway, liosviliziry has ohligingly loft ai clue, thv out hair, upon
that lwml, so, t'oi'til'yi11g' oursvlvos with ai S21llllWlGll and fooling grvzitly
0Ill'0lll'2lg'0Kl, wo vontinuv. llluvh to our surpriso, ho is soliloin found in
thv giivst room, perhzips, this is lll't'2lllS0 tliorv is usually il giwst ul-
rvzuly tlwro and liosoiiimy gots along' wvll only with invinlwrs ol' tho
'l'lwi'v is an lI1tt'l'llliSSl0I1 in the seurvli, about supper-tiine, for food
is gre-zitly Il9Pll94l to huilcl up the 0Xll2lllStPll Family. As ai rule, somo-
onv is sumhlvnly inspiroml during tho voursv of the nwul and jumps up
with ai shout, thvn that inilivimluul liustvns up tho stairs, oxtrzu-ts liosv-
lllillf' l'i'oin tho linen vlosvt, :uul tho svuwli is over for tho day. liosv-
lllillf' sinilvs swovtly upon tho zissvuihlvml family fthv littv liypovritoj,
plziviilly outs his niilli :incl sulinon unil tail WilVlI1g' on high ontvrs his
iloumin, tho wooilshwl. ln ai mow olistinzltv mood, he must he vast
out hy il0tUl'llIlIll11l hzinmls.
Y1-sl Rosoiiialry is tho gm-zltost civil ol' thvin zlllg hut ho is ai hug-
guhlo hzihit, whivh c-an not ho hrolion.
M. J. Morey '34
ll2lSlllI1Q' onwzuwl, il2lSlllI1Q' l'oi'wzu'cl,
Up 2lg'illIlSt tho rocky shorvg
llzishing' inwauml, ll2lSlllI1g' liaicfliwzml,
l"zu' into tho rovks thoy gore!
-Arthur Xllillizun Fisher
f?Vf 'I'I-IE HUURGLASS vAAwv
The Charming Lady
"-And this eharming lady, Monsieur lleneen, is Mada111e
l7et'lyne. Madame, allow me to introduce to you Monsieur Charles
lleneen, one of :Xlllt"l'lt'il,S biggest men."
'llhe tlaptain of the New York-bound steamer spoke proudly, f11lly
aware of the privilege of introducing sueh a digniiied and fa1no11s
baehelor as Charles Deneen, president of the L1 Hank Company,
and one of iWall Street's most powerf11l figures, to so eharming and
bea11tif11I a yo1u1g l"renehwoman as Madame De Clyne. 'l'he Uaptain
eontinued, "I tr11st you two will get along well together tllll'lIlg the
remainder of our voyage."
" I low do yo11 do?" asked ltladame, in a low, well-modulated voiee.
"I 2lSSlll'0 you," answered lleneen, with a smile, "that it is a
pleasure indeed to meet sueh an intoxieating person as yourselfg shall
we talk for a whilelll'
"I NV0lll4l be delighted to eonverse with sueh a distinguished ge11-
tleman," responded Madame, with a demure smile.
And tlIllS it began. That day, lleneen was seen with her every
moment, wherever she went. After the late supper, he danced with
her, daneed her out onto the derek and to the ship's rail, where he said.
as he leaned over the rail, "Please tell me something about yourself,
won't you? All l know is tllilt you are a beautiful French woman a11d
your husband died a few years ago in an auto aeoidentf'
"Monsieur llllltst not be so inquisitive," retorted Madame shortly,
yet so sweetly and with sueh a smile that Deneen thought nothing
So they danced, they played, they swam in the ship's pool, they
ate together. Everyone on hoard the ship noticed it and marveled at
what a pair this distinguished banker, who was only tllifty-lU0lll'., and
the darling l+'renehwoman of twenty-live 111ade. Hut lleneen was des-
perate. Madame always stayed so aloof from l1in1. 'llo be sure, she
always seemed to enjoy his presenee b11t never would she s11b1nit to
his arms, exeept while they were daneing. lle tried time after time
to kiss her, llllt she was always as elusive as a wisp ol' smoke. 'l'hen
he would say:
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Hut she would answer sweetly, "Please don't." 'l'hus it went.
Hut no mattei wh It she ud lu would bt 1 1 ltlltllllll dog obeymg
his mistress' every Wllllll, quiekly and willingly.
'l'hen Ullt' day, a wireless eame from the States for Madame. Un
reading it she tur11ed deathly pale Illltl 11early fainted. lleneen w:1s
amazed Zllltl st111111ed at this sudden ehange.
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"What is it, doarg wl1at is tl1o tl'0lllDlt'?l, l1o askod anxiously. as
l1o holpod lltll' to a ohair. Sho lookod at l1i111 matoly l'or a lll0llll'llt,
lllt'Il l1a11dod l1i111 tl1o wiroloss. lt road: t"l'hoy will find Ollt 'l'11os-
day stop l must havo tWt1I1tj' tll0llSZlI1tl dollars hy thou." lt was
"lint who,-what is William, what doos tl1is moan?" askod
"William," statod hladamo slowly, "is llly hrothor, wl1o is oashior
i11 a liilllli ill tllll statos. llo was lllilylllg' tl1o stook markot with somo
ol' tl1o hank's 111o11oy. l triod to stop him hut l1o was too far gono to
stop tfllt'll. llowovor, l Illiltlt' him promiso tllilt as soo11 as l1o oonld ro-
plaoo tl1o stolon monoy, l1o wo11ld quit playing it. llo novor was ahlo
to roplaoo it. Noxt 'l'uosday, tho lIlYPStlg.1'Z1t0I'S will look ovor tho
hooks, tind a dolioit, illltl ho will ho tlll'0WIl i11to priso11, a11d my namo,
as woll as my t'amily's, will ho ruinod. l oan't holp llllll, 'l'or all my
ostato illlll IIIOIIUY llZlS gono i11to l'lll'YllSlllI1Q,' a ll01llG for old ltll'0Ill'll poo-
plo i11 Paris. l camo to tho Statos to try to got i11to piotiiros, and
l'vo Iltlt a oont ovor 'tivo thousand dollars," tlltfll sl1o hogan to ory 011
l1is shouldor. llo pat l1is ill'lll around hor illlll, as tll01lg'll tliinking
alo11d, said, "'l'oday is Satnrdayg wo roaoh Now York Monday. l 02111
l!llI'IllSll tho monoy as soon as wo roach port."
"No! yo11 shall 11ot do this 'l'or mo," oriod Madamo quiokly, too
qaiokly. lint lll' did 11ot Il0tlC't' this, sl1o Wllllt' on, "I sl1all try to got
tl1o loa11 from llly ha11k i11 Paris, il' l oannot-," sho stoppod hopolossly.
llhlltltlll took l1or i11 l1is armsg tl1is tilllll' sl1o did Iltbt rosist, hut s11h-
lllllttxtl willingly. 'llhon ho said: "That is all riglit, my doar, l will
'l'ho noxt day, l1o sont a oodod wiroloss to l1is lilo-long l'I'lt'Iltl i11
Now York, tolling him to lllt'0l l1im at tl1o dooking ol' tl1o laixitania
Zllltl hring 5l420,tltltl i11 oash with l1i111. llonoon t-ll0Il wont to Kladamo
:md told lllll' ol' l1is action. At lirst sho was almost illlg.L'l'y, hut finally,
sho dooidod to aooopt tho monoy as a loa11, whioh Slllt oould ropay whon
sho lN't'Zllllt' a movio star.
Monday oamo, tl1o hoat dookod. llonoon finally saw his l'rio11d,
.lohn Williams, ooniing toward l1i111 witl1 a hlaok hasinoss hat: i11 his
hand. Altor shaking' ll2lll4lS witl1 llonoon, lVilliams lIltIllll'tltl ol' l1is
voyaygo Zllltl l1llt'Il said, "llc-ro it is, t'harlio. wl1at do you Willll with it ?"
"Uno momont ploaso, .l0llIl, lot llltl lllll'0tllll't' to X011 Madamo llo
tllylllh Mada111o,111yold l.l'l0Iltl, vltlllll Williams." Williams' oyos woro
I'11ll ol' Zltllllll'illl0Il as illt' hold Madamo's llillltl.
.lust at that lll0Illt'Ilt two lllt'll. stoppod up. Ono ol' tllt'lll said to
Nladamo lll'tllyI1t', "Como o11, honoy, haok l1o111o For you."
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"Just a moment!" eried Ileneen, "Who are you and where are
you taking Madame?
"Madame?" snorted the deteetiye, "she using that one again?
We are deteetives and we're taking the 'Madame' to headquarters.
Your eharming madame is none other than 'Doll Face' Betty Melieod.
the oleverest eon-girl who ever hopped a prison wall. She is one ol'
Ameriea's foremost eonlidenee women, and just a year ago. eseaped
l'rom the State Penitentiary l'or Women. llow mueh did she take
"Nothine'.--I' stammered lleneen.
I'-yet," finished Williams.
Wayne Stringer 'Ilti
My Ideal Day
As sleep loosens its powerful enchantment over me, I yawn in
the warm glow of the sunlight whieh streams into my window. A robin
in the nearby tree ehirps merrily, calling me baek to life, as it were.
l heed the eall and, rushing to my window I fling it open. l till my
lungs with the invigorating air of a perfeet summer morning. Ah -
lhe joy ol' being alive.
I make a hasty toilette, rush downstairs and greet my mother.
'l'hen a brisk walk before breakfast, lingering now to admire a new
bud and then to gaze at the beauty of nature.
After a hearty breakl'ast. I help my mother with some household
tasks. 'l'hen I make arrangements to spend the afternoon in the
eountry with friends. Among my aeeessories I would inelude a tennis
raequet, baseballs and bats. Of eourse, I would also inelude a basket,
well lilled with l'ood-without whieh no day eould be ideal.
.Xt sundown I start for home and as I lit't my eyes towards heaven
with a silent prayer ol' thanks in my heart, I make a wish on the lirst
star of the on-eoming evening. llaying reached home I seat mysell'
at my piano and give vent to my feelings in melody.
Mary Pomponio 'Il-I
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QA Parody on the Ancient Marinerj
lt is my darling.: hl0t,lll'l'
Who stopped mv you soo:
"Now why vannot my hrothoi'
Do this task instead ol' IHC?
Sho holds mo with hm' glittvrilig' nyc,
So l stand straight and still
And liston liko a tlirov yvars child
My Mothm' has hm' will,
llishvs lu-Vo, and dishvs tlwro,
llishos arv all around,
'l'hm-y c'i'ac'k, and vlu-k, and vhip. and stick
llow l hato tho dismal sound.
All in a hot and stoamy room
'l'hv kitvhvn vlor-k at noon
Right up ahoyo tho sink dit
And tivk its silly tune.
llishvs, dishc-s vym'ywlwi'o
And how my l'ac'o did flush
llishvs. dishos UV0l'yWllt'l't'
And many mow to wash.
Oh! woll-a-day! how dishvs look
.Xlikv to old and young'
lnstoad ol' a hrac-vlvt, a towvl
Ac-ross my arm is hung.
lt'oui' timvs twonty dirty dis
.Mid l did sigh and groan
With a hvavy thump, a lil'4-lc-ss lump
l was donv at last with a moan.
tl lout-somv sc-a-gull, floating' fill'
vi' tho or'oan's ivy wastv,
'ss and widm- thy W2lIltlt'l'lIlQ,'!4 aro,
loroym' vainly sucking' Vvst.
floraldim' Ryan '37
zahoth .Xkors Allon
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.Xt sundown, one evening in spring. I deeided to visit the attie.
My thoughts had been dwelling t'or some time on the approaeliing liend
in the road. June eommeneement would terminate an epoeh in the
lives of most high sehool students. A part of our lives would he lel't
hehind, whieh would linger only in our thoughts.
l took a eandle and slipped quietly up the attie stairs. 'l'he hoards
were ereaky and the dust. lay thickly everywhere. As l knelt before
an old trunk. l glaneed out ot the small attic window. Tllhe last tints
ol' the rosy spring sunset were disappearing in the west. 'llhe dark
outlines ot' the hudding trees and shruhs were silhouetted against the
pale pink haekground ol' the sky. ltlvening was fast approaehing.
Stars were heginning to appear faintly in the heavens.
l lit the oandle and plaeed it on a nearhy chair. 'llhen I proceeded
to open the trunk. 'llhere were some letters from aequaintanees, whieh
l judged to he ahout seven or eight years old. 'l'he vast ehanges whieh
had oeeurred sinee they were written eaused me to marvel at the eyeles
ol' lil'e and the vieissitudes aeeompanying them. 'l eame aeross some
of my old eompositions written in the lower grades. 1. glaneed over
them interestedly, noting the changes in handwriting and expression.
l reealled some ot' the fervent dreams they emhodied. whieh now
aiuused me immensely. 'llhere were notehooks. souvenirs, old l'amily
portraits, and numerous hoxes.
ln the eorner of the trunk was an old hox whieh attraeted my at-
tention. 'llhere were some old photographs of my mother in it and
most ol' the hahy elothes whieh she had made for me. l had ot'ten won-
dered why she kept them. Suddenly l realized, that like all mothers
sinee the heginning of time, the tirst-horn held for her, tender thoughts
and plans. Who would ever have suspeeted her ot' iiiwing- sentimental
notions? ln those days she was young, and hopeful, the eares ot' the
years had not yet taken their toll on her. 'l'here were pretty hihs
trinnued with laee and other dainty artieles heeoming yellowed with
the passing years.
I put everything away earelully, and glaneed around me in the
lliekering eandle-light. l spied my tirst doll earriage with a doll in it.
l pieked up the doll gently and stroked its eraeked head. llow many
times it had fallen when l tried to lmrry over the humps! Staeked in
a eorner were some old toys. A imieh-thumhed eopy ot' "Alive in Won-
derland" was on an old riekety tahle. NVhat marvelous adventures
she had had!
l walked silently to the window. with the doll still under my
arm. l threw up the sash and leaned out. 'llhe l'ragranee ol' new lil'e
permeated the air. Night had eloaked the earth in velvety darkness.
llie silenee ol' the night. was hroken hy the eroaking ol' the frogs in
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the vacant lot nearby. The clear sky was thickly blanketed with the
refulgenee of the stars. 'llhe world seemed at peace and l wondered
it' all the cares of the day were drowned in the beauty of the night.
What about our parents? XVere they satisfied with their present
mode of living? lVhat had become of their youthful plans and ambi-
tions? lVhere had their sparkle and expectant enthusiasm for con-
quering obstacles gone? Was 1, or any other child, a recompense for
Dad's step was less lively than formerlyg Mother, slightly em-
bittered, had bravely given her best years for her children.
Our mothers have soothed our hurts and kissed away our childish
tearsg they have erooned sweet lullabies to usg they have moulded our
characters, and, more than once, have spoiled us with love and de-
Fathers have worked for us, told us stories in the evening when
we elimbed on their knees to ask innumerable questions.
Our parents have watched us grow from babies with lisping lips,
and tiny lingers, to school children and grown-up boys and girls.
llave we, in any measure, been devoted children, grateful for their
l felt a little bit insignificant compared to these deeds ot' love hal-
lowed with their unpretentiousness.
'llhe silvery moon was shining high in the sky, casting her bright
rays over the earth, when I turned and whispered to the wind, "Mom,
Dad." 'l'hese two words expressed all the speechless gratitude l felt
Antoinette Montagliano '34
Far out upon your combing crests, ye waves,
I see a rising sail,
'l'hough driven hard by the lieree storm that raves,
She rides before the gale.
But who shall bide thy tempest, who shall face
'l'he blast that wakes the fury of the sea?
lVhile lower sinks the sun,
The limpid liquids run
Like winding shrouds.
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-V-f--.-.vv-.-..-..,.,........ THE HOUR GLASS
OUR CLASS OF '34
Why does everyone adore
The class of 1934?
Why do you like us all so well?
You'd die for us-lyou would, like mikej
We've been so angelic for four short
Yet why must you shed such bitter
You're not losing us at all,
We'll soon return to Fairport's hall,
Some of us will Hunk you know,
So tears you dry and nose you blow,
And there'll be some P. G.'s, too,
So, dear students HJ, don't feel so blue.
We know you dlon't appreciate
The fact that we must graduate,
We know that we exemplify
Those higher aims, for which you'd die.
But, dear friends, don't give up hope,
Little acorn became mighty oak-
May you little ones someday be
As great and mighty e'en as we.
"Spitfire" ..,...............................,..........,........ Ellsworth
"iFugitive Lovers" ........... . ......,..........,....,..,........ .
Dudley and Hutchinson
"The Mad Age" ....................,.............., Freshmen
"Dangerous Corners" .............,.......,.. Corridors
Gee, the Seniors think they're big,
Runnin' 'round like kings,
Talkin' when they know they shouldn't,
Doin' all sorts 0' things.
When we're in the study hall,
And the teacher leaves the room
All the noise the Seniors make!
Crash! Bang! and Boom!
Walkin' 'round without permission,
Chiselin' in the tests,
Copyin' other people's work,
Gosh! they're awful pests!
But for this time we'll let 'em go,
There's nobody to blame,
'Cause when we Juniors are Seniors,
We're gonna be the same.
THE SENIOR COLLECTION
OF FAMOUS PEOPLE
"This Side of Heaven" .,...
"Catherine the Great" ...........,.,,...,..... Kohler
"Hit Me Again" ..,.............................,.....,...,..,., Coon
"Footlight Parade" ...... Junior Stunt Night
"Stand-In" ........,...............,...........,...,..,.......,...,.... Ryon
"Going Hollywood" ................,..............,.... Coffee
"Broadway thru a Keyhole" ................,.
"King Henry VIII" .....,................,......,... Dudley
"Duck Soup" ...... Boys' Homemaking Class
"Roman Scandal" ..............,,...,.,........
"All of Me" ............,.. ,....,.........,..,. R yan
"Master of Men" ....., .....,.... H urlburt
"Riptide" .....,...,.,...........,..,........., ......,,... B rooks
"I am Suzanne" .,..,.,....,.,...,..... ........ M cLeod
"Should Ladies Behave" ....,,
"Above the Clouds" .,........
The White Sister" ...,......
"Morning Glory" ................ .,..,....
Too Much Harmony" ..,....,..,...........,.......... Antes
Helen Wills .................,..,,........... Louise Wagor
J. Weismuller ..........,. .......... G ordon Seaman
Bing Crosby ......... ,,.............., L eslie Kuhns
Zasu Pitts ..........,.,..,...,.......... Marjorie Hummel
Charlie Paddock ..,.............,....... Nelson Surrey
Einstein ..,........,,..................,................ Donald Ryon
Gene Stratton Porter ................,.....,.....,..........
Martha Jane Morey
Garbo .............................,........,.....,... Esther Bunting
Babe Ruth .,..........,..,............., Enrico Pomponio
Strangler Lewis .,..,.......,...,.... LaVerne Coffee
Kate Smith .....,..,.... Margaret Bown
Joe Brown ..,....,.., ...,.....,,..... R obert Potter
Red Grange .,..,,..,,., .....,..... T homas Nicosia
Marie Dressler ...............,.,........, Irma Benedict
Edna May Oliver .....,.,....,..... Mary Pomponio
Jackie Cooper .......,....., .....,.............. R oy Coon
Lionel Barrymore .,..........,,..,.... James Charity
Clara, Lou, Em
Moore, Wood, Campbell
The Four Marx Brothers-
.. Edward Tracy
. Harland Young
Harpo , ............,.,.., ..,.... R ichard' Smith
Lowell Thomas .......,... ........ R obert Dudley
Mahatma Ghandi ..................... Hilbert Miiller
Minnie Mouse ,............., .....,. I rma Campbell
Dorothy Dix .........
Kohler .............,... ......................,....... .............., W a gor
Benedict ........... ......,..... G osman
Sullivan ....,,...,. ,...........,,. .,.............. R o y
Priest .,.......,........,..,..,.....................,...... ..,.,...... J ohnson
Morey .......,,..,............... Eaton ......,...............,.... Moore
Montagliano ....,...,.,.........................,....,,..... Pomponio
Coffee ......... Dudley ,....,... Hare ,..,..... Gears
Young .....,,........ ,.....,.. R yan ....,........,.......... Seaman
Steubing .........,........... Nicosia ..,...,...,..,,,.,.., Potter
Notebaert ............... Huch ............... Hutchinson
Campbell ....,... .,...................,... . .- .........,.... Wood
Bills .....,......... ,.,.,.....,,... ....,.. C a sella
Antes ............. ....,.... W awro
Kennedy ........... ........ B own
Brooks ,........ . ....... Hartley
Bunting ........,... ,.,......,,,... I ielsey
Hogan ...,.... ,.
................ I ..,......,........ .....,..,. H olt
Hertel . Coon
CAN YOU IMAGINE 'I
Willis Brown going steady with Betty
Esther Bunting accepting a date?
Dorothy Miller gossiping?
LaVerne Coffee doing a scarf dance?
Jimmy Charity a bartender?
W. Maybee not giggling?
Bernice Roy without Steve?
Luna not popular, and without a date?
Gordon Seaman not imitating Mae
Bob Hickey a garbage collector?
Dominic Stolt a harpist?
Florence Tracy on roller skates?
Dick Hogan with a six shooter?
M. Hummel without her left eyebrow ?
Donald Ryon not interrupting?
Miss Jessup on a track team?
Bill Hanks not asking embarrassing
Bob Potter not trying to impress
Eunice Baker with his athletic ability?
Miss Young giving the pupils in study
hall a break?
Donald Ryon at a loss for words?
Milton McMahon without his hair
Albert DiRisio without his many tal-
THE HOUR GLASS ,.,.,.....,..,..,...
.Best Natured Girl ......,....,............... M. J. Morey
Best Natured Boy ,.......,,.....,..... E. Pomponio
Most Attractive Girl ............... A. N otebaert
Most Attractive Boy ........ .............. R . Smith
Best Boy Athlete .......,... ......... T . Nicosia
Best Girl Athlete ..,.,.... ...,.......,. A . Hogan
Most Bashful Boy .,.,.... ......... J . Charity
Most Bashful Girl .....,... ......,....... L . Wood
Most Popular Girl ........... .,.,.... M . Pomponio
Most Popular .Boy ,.....,.... ......... G . Seaman
Most Brilliant Girl ..,..,.. ......,... J . Eaton
Noisiest Boy ............. .,.......... L . Coffee
Noisiest Girl .......... ,.,.................,,... M . Wawro
Class Giggler .....,.,.............,................. I. 'Benedict
Ideal Couple ..,.................. Seaman and Wagor
Hardest Plugger .....,...,.......................... D. Ryon
Most Original Pupil ,.,,.. A. Montagliano
Class Artists .........,..o.. L. Bills, G. Seaman
Quietest Girl ....................,............,......,.... R. Casella
Quietest Boy .......,.....,..... ................ K . Dennis
Greatest Gossip ...,.,....,. ........,.. M . Hummel
Class Bluffer .........,... ......,..,.. R . Potter
Class Musician .......,.......,................. M. Pomponio
Class Jester ................,..,...,..................... B. Hertel
Most Apt to Be Successful ......... M. Priest
Best one-armed Driver ...,......,. R. Steubing
Smallest Person ....................,....,..,.......,.. R. Coon
The Ideal Wife .,..................... M. Sturdevant
Best Boy Dancer ....,,.,.... ......,.....,.,.,... R . Ryan
Best Girl Dancer .,,...... ,....... D . Ellsworth
Class Dramatist .......,.......,.... .......,... K . Kohler
Ed Tracy-"Mamma, am I descended
from the monkey tribe Y"
Mamma-"I'm not sure, Edward, I
.never met any of your father's folks."
Rico Pomponio-"I know a man who
grabbed Carnera right under the chin
and stretched him out and made him
LaVerne Coffee-"Aw, come off! Who
Rico Pomponio-"The barber."
Louise Wagor fposing for photol-
"What will these pictures cost me?"
Jimmy Charity-"They're S25 a dozen.
Now look pleasant."
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THE HIGH SCHOOL COMICS
Blondie ....,..........,.....,..,....,....,..........,.,......... M. Rafoth
Tillie the Toiler ,..,...... ......,.........,... L una Waite
Mutt and Jeff ....., C. Jesse and E. Gardiner
Cicero ..,..,.,,.....,,..,........................,...,..,.A............,... S. Bell
Maggie and Jiggs ..,...............................,..,......,..,
D. Holley and R. Cobb
Salesman Sam .....,.,...,,........,.,........,,..... A. DiRisio
Major Hoople ..,.....,... .......,.........,...,.., W . Hanks
Flapper Fanny ....,..........,.............,...... M. DeLano
Joe Palooka ,..,....... ,,....,.... R . Schermerhorn
Harold Teen ....,..... ..... .,..,.......,...... W . Brown
Boob McNutt ,....... ........... R . Hogan
Sappo ........,...,.....,.., l......... H . Gears
Sea Hag ........... ..,..,....... F . Tracy
Goon ....... ,...... ,..,.,...,.....,.... H . Binder
Wimpy .......,.. ......,....., S . Trenchard
Boots ..,.....,.,.. ................,,, R . Jordan
Babe ........,....,.......,... ..................,,........,. L . Mabry
Wash Tubbs ....,...... ........... E . Schermerhorn
Easy ...,.......,....,.....,... ..........,........... G . Pignato
Popeye .......,...... ,.,...........,.,.......,......,......,..,..... R . Bell
Freckles ....,,.......,,.......,......................... Arthur Lake
Mr. and Mrs. ..,... M. Weis and G. Malcolm
Willis and 'Lil .........,....................,...........,...........
A. Pomponio and C. Pomponio
Orphan Annie ..................,.....,....,...... A. LaPietra
Ella Cinders .....,...,....,, ......... E . Slade
Blackie .....,,,...........,............... ...,......... L . Jones
Hairbreadth Harry ....... ..,....,. R . Brewster
Rudolph .....,........,......,...,...... ............ R . Ward
Worry Wart ..............,, ...,.... A . Charity
Skeezix .......,.........,. .,.....,,. R . Castor
Walt ......,............,,...,.,........ ...............,.. G . Fake
Winnie Winkle .,..........,. .....,...... E . Hawver
Pam .....................,.....,..,.......,.......,..,...,...,.........,.....,.... J. Lee
Tarzan and the Ape ....,.....................................
T. Nicosia and E. Tracy
Mac ,.,......,............,..,....................,,......,..... J. Messerino
Spare Ribs .....,.. ............,..... R . Ryon
Butter Cup .,....... ..... ' 'Peggy" Rice
Rachel ...,............,..... ....,.,,..,.. V . Furman
Sully ...,........,......,..,.,...,....... .....,.... R . Hickey
Barney Google ....,,... .,........ J . Batty
Andy Gump ........... .,........... K . Guelich
Kayo .............,........... ,..,,...,.........,....... L . Brown
Petey Dink ....,,.....,....... ........,... R . Schumacher
Uncle Willie ..,..,........,,.,.. .,.............,.....,,.. G . Hare
Powerful Katrinka ..,..,......., .,.,.... G . Herman
Nelson Surrey-"School doesn't amuse
me, but you ought to see my father's
face when he's dloing my homework."
POPULAR SONG HITS
L. CoH'ee--"Coffee in the Morning"
M. Huch-"We're Getting Closer to
M. Bown-"No More, No Less"
E. Antes-"Shuffle off to Buffalo"
I. Benedict-"I Wake Up Smiling"
R. Smith-"Our Big Love Scene"
R. Dudley-"When I'm the President"
T. Nicosia-"You've Got to be a Foot-
R. Steubing-"I'm a Night Owl"
H. Young and D. Ellsworth-"We Just
Couldn't Say Good-bye"
F. Peppard-"Together Again"
M. Pomponio-"I've Got Rhythm"
M. Wawro-"O Promise Me"
R. Potter-"So Shy"
K. Kohler-"There Was a Night on
School-"Tired of It All"
D. Ryon-"I Want to Know All About
L. Kuhns-"I Want You, I Need You"
? ? ? ?-"After the Game is Over"
Gordon and Louise-"What'll Become
E. Bunting-"Can This Be the End
L. Bills and G. Hagreen-"We Were
the ,Best of Friends"
A. Notebaert-"Roll Out of Bed With
Miss DeLand's Office-"Turn Back tho
A. Hogan-"All American Girl"
T. Sullivan-"I'm No Angel"
J. Eaton-"Little You Know"
J. Charity-"Old Pappy"
R. Ryan-"So This is Love"
E. Campbell-"Shanghai Lil"
Senior Play Cast-"We're Thru"
R. Dudley and H. Gears-"The Shadow
F. Kelsey-"My Dancing Lady"
E. Johnson-"I Love You Truly"
M. Priest-"Smoke Gets in Your
E. Pomponio-"I'm Forever Blowing
Mr. Lynch-"Keep On Doing' What
Vacation-"What is Sweeter"
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THE SENIURS' SECRET HOPES AND
Esther Antes-To understudy Rubinoff
Ann Hogan-To beat "Babe" Didn-
Marjorie Hummel-To be head teacher
of a deaf-mute school
Margaret Bown-To be a tap dancer
James Charity-To be a door-keeper
in U. S. Treasury
LaVerne Coffee-To be sultan of a
Roy Coon-To sell bubble blowers
Agnes Notebaert-To manufacture
M. J. Morey-To be a gangster's moll
Donald Ryon-To become a matinee
Maude Sturdevant-To be a tight rope
Louise Wagor-To have a family of
Robert Dudley-To be president of an
asylum for stray fleas
Lois Wood-To be an elocution teacher
Thomas Nicosia-To be president in
physical culture school
Mary Pomponio-To .direct a kinder-
Gordon Seaman-To be a governess in
a day ,nursery
June Hutchinson-To conduct the phil-
Irma Benedict-To be a Hag pole sitter
June Eaton-To be a gum chewing
A. Montagliano-To be manager of the
Hole Department in a Swiss Cheese
Marcella Wawro-To teach History C
Katharine Kohler-To be the ,origin-
ator of the "Ziegfield Phoo.ies of Tim-
Richard' Smith-To gain a title with
the identification no. III tacked on the
Gladys Ken.nedy-To become manager
of a doll hospital
Florence Peppard-To become official
bugler of the U. S. Marines
Fay Kelsey-To become fat and jolly
Matilda Huch-To invent painless corn
and bunion removers
Graydon Hagreen-To be a fan dancer
Rosa Casella-To be a motto maker.
Specialty "Silence is golden"
.Betty Brooks-To be an indian squaw
Robert Potter-To become Ambassa-
dor to China
Clara Moore-To pose for Palmolive
Nelson Surrey-To be a teacher of
crocheting and embroidery
Dorothy Miller-To be a future au-
thority on Solitaire
Hilbert Miiller-To pose for collar ads
Leslie Kuhns-To be a Bay Rum sales-
Bruce Hertel-To become an expert
aluminum brick layer
George Hurlburt--To be a street
cleaner in Spain
.Olive King-To invent an effective
household pest destroyer
Thelma Sullivan-To be a model for a
manufacturer of doll faces
Roy Steubing-To be the photographer
at Woolw,orth's 5 8: 10 booth
Edward Tracy-To become a zoo
Laura Bills-To be an artist in Green-
wich Village '
Harland Young-To become a teacher
of Domestic .Science and Home Nursing
Dorothy Ellsworth-To be a demon-
strator and instructor in a Rouge and
William Sanford-To become a buc-
caneer rivaling "Peg-leg Silver"
Mildred Priest-To be a fioorwalker in
a Chinese department store
Enrico Pomponio-To be a renowned
Charlotte McLeod--To be author of
Mary Hartley-To be a soap-box
speaker on phrenology
Esther Gosman--To replace Mrs. Ryon
in 7th period study hall
Kenneth Dennis-To become town
crier in Plymouth, England
Esther Bunting-To hunt lions in
Lucille Wiegert-To pose for pictures
of the Lady on the Statue of Liberty
THE HOUR GLASS AN-
Tips On The Faculty
Teacher Characteristic Nick Name
Mr. Coffee Considerate T. G.
Miss DeLand Dignified Sister
Miss Nolan Genuine .Bernie
Miss Bickle Lovely Rene
Mr. Lynch Dominating Andy
Mr. Johnson Businesslike Turk
Miss Jessup Sophisticated Challie
Miss Turner Expressive Es
Mrs. Ryon Industrious Gretchen
Mrs. Braman Helpful Si
Mrs. Zornow Amicable Marnie
Mr. Steinfeldt Accommodating Steinie
Miss Young Congenial Amy
Miss Swift Jovial Marg
Mr. Vance Pleasant Jack
Miss Hamlin Vivacious Winnie
Miss Swartzenburg Petite Monie
Miss Lawrence Energetic Jo
Miss Nuttall Obliging Sister
Mrs. Potter Good-natured Mother
Life is now our school.
Better late than never.
He conquers who endures.
Honor lies in honest toil.
Knowledge is power and power .is success.
Well done or not at all, keep climbing.
Everyone has his hobby.
Love, labor and laugh.
It is worthwhile.
Not how much but how well.
Habit is second nature.
Hammer it out.
Labor conquers all.
A stitch ir. time saves nine.
Time will tell.
Life is what we make it.
Quality not quantity.
Not for self, for all.
Something accomplished, something done.
Tommy Nicosia fapplying for a posi-
tionj-"Are you a baseball fan ?"
Dick Hogan-"Why do you ask such
an .impertinent question?"
Tommy-"I want a boss who can be
reasonable when I tell him I have to
go to my grandmother's funeral."
Mr. Lynch-"My .boy, your punctuation
and grammar are something fierce."
Gordon Seaman-"Then there is no
hope for me?"
Mr. Lynch-"Surely there isg try dia-
Harland Young-"I want a couple of
Harland Young-"Pm not sure, but I
wear a size seven hat."
J. Schoolmaster-"I'm telling you for
the last time that you can't kiss me."
L. Brown-"Oh, I knew you'd weaken
Bob Dudley-"I met a girl at a party
one night and I had been with her not
more than a half hour before she started
calling me maple sugar. Why did she
call me that?"
Jimmy Charity-"Probably because
you are a refined sap."
Mrs. Zornow-"Give me a definition of
C. Ferguson-"I don't know, but I can
give you an example."
Mrs. Zornow-"Fine, sit down."
Mrs. Potter Qdemonstrating an experi-
mentj-"If the contents of this glass
would explode, I should be blown through
the roof." Then to give the student a
better view of the experiment, she said,
"Come closer so you can follow me."
"I have no use for Marjorie Hummel,"
said the talkative girl, Irma Benedict.
"I think she's a terrible gossip. Every
time I try to tell her anything she's al-
ready heard it."
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Miss Bickle-"Name three words we
use the most."
.B. Wilson-"I don't know."
"What happened, dear?" Alice Rask
asked her husband who had gotten out
of the car to investigate.
"Puncture," John Batty said briefly.
Alice-"You ought to have been on the
lookout for this. You remember the
guide warned you there was a fork in
Mrs. Ryon-"Tell us what you can
about the manners and customs of the
people .in India."
Jeanette Coffee-"They ain't got no
manners and they don't wear no cos-
Percy Stresing-"What do you charge
for a funeral notice in your paper '?"
Edlitor-"1Fifty cents an inch."
Percy--"My heavens, man, my poor
brother was six feet."
Bill Cobb-"Say, what were you do-
ing with that lantern you were carrying
down the street last night?"
Hank Vigaretti-"I was going to see
Bill-"Well, I never took a lantern
with me when I called on my g.irl, be-
fore we were married."
Hank-"Yeah, and look what you got."
Helen Goyette simply had to have
more gasoline to get home, but a rapid
search through her pocketbook showed
that she had nothing but a few pieces of
change. Blushing, she asked the filling
station attendant if he'dl be willing to
sell her a quart of gas. p
Robert Stenzel-"What are you trying
to do, wean it?"
The inquisitive old lady was bending
over the bed of a wounded soldier whose
head was swathed with cotton and linen.
'Constance Howard-"Were you wound-
edi in the head, my boy?"
Glenn Johnson-"No'm, I was shot in
the foot and the bandage has slipped up."
M. Huch-"I wish I knew what to get
Father for Christmas. He likes to go
after small game but I can't afford to
buy him a shotgun."
C. Howard-"Get him a fly swatterf'
R. Wilcox-"While you're asking papa
for my hand I'll play something lively
on the piano."
D. Wilkinson-I'd rather you didn't,
dearest. You know some people can't
keep their feet still when they hear
L. Morey-"Do you know how to run
a motor car?"
J. Goetten-"Why I thought I did until
I had a short conversation with a police-
B. Hertel-"Why all the puffing?"
R. Coon-"I am all tired out. There
was a fight out there and I was running
to stop it."
B. Hertel-"Is that so? Who was
R. Coon-"Me and another guy."
"Mamma," exclaimed Little Andy,
bursting into the room, "they're teaching
domestic silence at school now."
Mrs. Lynch-"You mean domestic
"Perhaps," interposed Mr. Lynch
mildly, "the little darling means what
A. DiRisio, Poet, reading from his own
works-"The moonshine's in the river."
Critic-".Shouldn't you substitute 'on'
A. DiRisio-"No, I'm describing the
aftermath of a raid on a rural distil-
L. Coffee-"Goliath must have been
surprised at David's knocking him out
with a pebble."
G. Hare-"Well, very likely such a
thing never entered his head before."
'1'HI HUURGIASS """"""""N
SCHOOL CPE BUSINESS
Registered Degree Courses in Business
1. C. P. A. Examinations.
Z. Entrance to Law School.
3. Teaching Commercial Subjects
in I-Iigh School.
4. Executive Positions in Business.
Special Courses for Nonfhigh School Graduates
in the day and evening sections.
For descriptive bulletin 'phone Main 1124.
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50 Chestnut Street Rochester, New York
A Corona Typewriter
Will Help You to Success!
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3 North Main St. Fairport Phone 385
WISHES THE CLASS OF
1 9 3 4
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64 North Main Street
H. F. VAN HORN
1934 Hour Glass
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87 Franklin Street
ROCHESTER, NEW YCRK
THE HOUR GLASS
The A B C's Cf Our Alumni
Hour friends and students of F. ll. S.,
Wo lizwo voinpiloil as you can guvss,
'Pho A I3 t"s of our Alumni and their aims,
Whic-h urv to lwvonie great pooplo of fzuiu-.
So, lwre we hziyo as you will see
Whut thoy werv zuul what they will he.
A is for Arlene Coryell who was chosen the most popular stualont
of our school lust your. Sho g'l'2Illlliltt'tl with the class ot' 1933. 'l'hv
following Svptvlulwr she vntered Cornell University whore sho is now
taking' at llomv ltil'0ll0Illi0S Coursv. She takes il vory zwtive purt in
tho sovizll zwtivitios of tho llnivorsity and is il nwmlwr of tho U1-Itu
B is tor llornivv Mooro. As il g'l'iltllliltP of tho vlzlss of 1933. sho
is woll l'l'lll9llllJ0l'0tl for hor musivzil tuli-nt clispluyml hoth in tho lligh
School tll'f'll9Stl'il uncl tho Girls' lllov Cluh. She is now attending
C is for t'hzu'lvs King. llc- grzuliuitecl from our school in 1931. Ilv
wont to tho ll. of H. for ai short tinu-, lZ1tl'l'2llt0Il4liI1g tho R. Iii. l. Atta-r
studying' 2lt't'0llllt2lIll'y ut this institution ho ohtuinvil 21 position :is
hookkovlwr at Cl'itt0l1lll1I1'S.
D is for Doris Follows, prosiclvnt ot' tho Glass of 1511323 now zit-
tonils thi- ll. ol' li. Nows ol' hor siwwss tht-ro has l'i'm-qiimitly' i'vzu'lio4l
us :intl wo hopv to lu-zu' nioro good ri-ports. Sho is il niomlwr ol' tho
'l'hvtz1 'l'z1u 'Flu-tu Sorority.
E is for ltltlwl Coftvo und lthlith Crzino, who are hoth tillilllg' Uo-
oporutivv Coursvs at tho ltlwliaiiiivs Instituto. lflvory othvr month
Iflthol works at tho Rovlu-stoi' this zuul hlloctriu Conipzuiy in liovlwsti-r
zinml ltlclith works in lihlwairmls' Store ut SyI'2lC1lSE'.
F is l'or l"rzuu'is Pignuto who grzuliiutwl with tho class oi' 1931.
llc- is now uttonding Houghton Collogo wht-ro ho majors in lliology
und minors in Ilistory. llv is ai nwnihvr ol' lla Circlo :lv l'll'ZlIlf'ZllS :incl
tho t'hupol Choir.
G is for tleorgv Cusv, ai g'I'iItlll2llQP ot' 153333, who is now uttvmliiig'
t'oIg'z1t0. llo plziyml on tho l"r:1tvrnity llziskothzill tvzuu. whivh won tho
t'Iiunipionship. llo is ulso on tho tlvlmting tvzun :incl lwlongs to tho
liunihmlu Chi Alpha l4'rutcrnity.
H is for llurriot lilllgllillll, our alumni artist. Sho is now ai stumlvnt
:il tho lllvvlmiiics Instituto. Sho wus ai l'0Illt'St2lHt in thi- Postor t'ontcst
l'or tho Flowvr Show that took plum- rovontly in l'i0i'll0St0l'.
AAANNAN '1' H E
American Can Co
Fairport National Bank
and Trust Company
Fairport, New York
THIS En1T1oN or
THE HOUR GLASS
is the Product of the
Commercial Printing Department
Fairport Publishing Co., Inc.
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I is for Ina Aldrich. Sl1e began her t01'Ill at tl1e Park Avenue
llospital last SOIJt01lll1Pl'. In tl1e se111i-annual examinations sl1e received
V9l'y good gradings. We know Slll' will become a nurse VVll01ll l1er Alma
Mater may be proud of.
J' is for Julia Rafoth. llaving graduated last year, she Uilllltl back
for a post graduate course until January. Since tl1en, sl1e l1as been
0lllpl0y0ll as telephone operator by tl1e Rochester Telephone Corpora-
tion in Fairport.
K is for Kathryn Parke, a graduate of 131. Sl1e is now attending
S111itl1 College, where sl1e is a IIl0llllJOI' of tl1e tllee Cl11b and Press Board.
Kathryn's Ilillllff has appeared on tlllx Dean's list and has quite a dis-
tinction all its own.
L is for Leo Clifford who graduated in 1.9321 At ithaca College,
which l1e now attends, l1e llilS played on tlllx Freshman football, basket-
ball, and baseball tUillllS. We certainly wish llllll l11ck in all l1is ven-
tures, athletic, educational and social.
M is for Marjorie Brown. Sl1e gl'illll1ilt0tl from our school in 192133.
ln September Sllll entered tl1e U. of li. Sl1e is a lllt'llllll-'I' of tl1e
hV0lI1PH,S College tllee Club which, a short tlllll' ago, received seeond
l1o11ors in an inter-collegiate glee club contest at Buffalo. She is also
a lllklllllkll' of the Theta Tau Theta Sorority.
N is for Nancy llanks who graduated from our school in 1931.
She is now a Junior at hvllllillll S111itl1 College. She has just been
elected Secretary and 'llreasurer of the llall ltlasquers, a dramatic as-
sociation 1ll0l'0. Slll' is also a 1ll0ll1llt'l' of tll0l1' Choral Club.
0 is For Oscar tiuelich. ll.e is a lll0llllN'l' of tllli Rhythm Kings, a
college 0l'C'lll'Stl'il. Recently they ret11rned from a trip tlll'0L1g.L'll the New
lflngland States. 'l'hey broadcasted over a station in Boston and they
are in constant lllllllilllll for social activities.
P is for "Polly" Bridges, a graduate of the class of 1933. She is
now 'tlllilllg a post graduate course and expects to go to tl1e U. of R.
1Ye are glad to have such a radiant Sllllll' back in our lIllllSt.
R is for Roy Sa Jorito who 1-'raduated in 1931. lle is a very well
. F1 ' .
known S1ll4ll'Il1 at St. Bonaventure where llll IS W0l'lilI1g tor a Bachelor
of Science degree. lle llilS been an outstanding player in botl1 basket-
ball and football. ln 19235 lll' will graduate from tl1is school, Mr.
l.ynch's Alma Mater.
T is for 'l'heodorc Apostal. He graduated from our scl1ool in 1929.
lle played on tl1e l4ll'0SllI1lilI1 football tllillll tllllll lll' played on tllli varsity
1.021111 for two years, at Clarkson. lle played on the Clarkson Tech
fl'9SlllllilI1 football tlillll and later on tl1e varsity for two years.
'vwv' THE HOUR GLASS
Class of IQ34
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The THRIFT appeals to persons who
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Let us tell you more about this NEW
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Phone 362 Fairport, N. Y.
. Meat Market .
tate Street Phone 185
Dr. 1. A. Srnith
Fairport, N. Y.
STEFFEN COAL CO.
FAIRPORT, N. Y.
Page Ninety five.
T H E H 0 U R G L A S S """"""""
V is for Virginia liould, a graduate of the elass of 19333. She has
worked up a very good trade as a hairdresser. If youlre interested in
a good permanent, see Virginia.
W is for lllinifred Dinsniore. After ,graduating from our school
in 15133, she entered the U. of R. She, along with Marjorie Brown, is
also a iuember of the Women's College tllee Club and a nieniber of
the Theta Tau Theta Sorority. We hope that she is as successful in
all her enterprises there as she was here.
Now that we have linished and done our best,
lVe hope that you realize and appreciate the zest
Which our Alumni have had in undertaking,
All their trials and tribulations.
,By JOHN MASEFIELD
I must down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and sky,
And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by,
And the wheel's kick and the wincl's song and the white sail's shaking,
And a grey mist on the sea's face and a grey dawn breaking.
I must down to the seas again, for the call of the running tide
Is a wild. call and a clear call that may not be deniedg
And all I ask is a windy day with the white clouds Hying,
And the flung spray and the blown spume, and the sea-gulls crying.
I must down to the seas again to the vagrant gypsy life.
To the gull's way and the whale's way where the wind's like a whetted knifeg
And all I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing fellow-rover,
And quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick's over.
And so beside the Silent Sea
I wait the niufiled oarg
No harm from llini can come to me
On ocean or on shore.
llere and there upon the water
Sits a duck or errant gull,
P00l'lIlg' with a curious quaintness
At a twin-like foul.
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Ice Cream and Sherbet
I-Iot and Cold Lunches
The Rexall Store
ON THE CORNER
Phone 143 -W Phone 49
E, W Geo. A. Slocum Agency
- General Merchant -
Groceries and Dry Goods Bown Building Fairport, N. Y.
A GOOD PLACE TO ,BUY
FOR MEN AND BOYS
FAIRPORT, N. Y.
Emery SL Emery
GAZLEY PRINTING Co.
Welkley SL Salmon
GRADE A RAW
We Specialize in PASTEURIZED
SCIIOOI and Commercial
166 Main si. Phone 232-J Phone 350 Fai1'P01't
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PRINZWALLI BRQS. E BEST WISHES TO
. CLASS OF
Meats, Groeerles 1934
ee M. A. RUSSELL
I- G- A- SP1-CRE FAIRPQORT, N. Y.
Lieb's "blue coal"
Electric SEMETSOLVAY COKE
PMG 216 Dewey jackson
for Fairport Senior Class
MCSER STUDIO, INC.
27 Clinton Avenue North
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
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To the Graduating Class of Fairport High
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Mc FA R LI N ' S
195 Main Street East f - Rochester, N. Y.
. MURPHY SL WIGNALL
J, Miltgn IXAQ M3hQH Delco Oil Burners
22 HIGH STREET
McCONNELL'S P d
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DELIVERED IN Phone 312
EAST ROCHESTER I-Iunflphl-ey
Phone Pittsford 56
Rochester, Niagara Falls and Buffalo
Coach Lines, Inc.
Wagor Drug Co.
A Good Place to Trade
FAIRPORT, N. Y
GEORGE BLUHM, Prop.
Milk and Cream
F ' p t 413 I R h 'L if Ph 246-R 32 N. Main St
J. M. BAHLER BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF
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Fairport Candy Kitchen
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Sr. BGNAVENTURE COLLEGE
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personality along' with your abil-
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For information as to specific busi-
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Rochester Business Institute
ROCHESTER, N, Y.
Gne of the Great
Rochester, N. Y.
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Telephone 52 - Fairport, N. Y.
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"After we Sell--We Service."
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Earl Morrison, Proprietor
S A M J A C O B S O N
Dry Cleaning and Pressing
20 West Avenue
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No. 30 North Main Street
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Rochester, N. Y,
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All'lllbk'l'S ot' tho stuff of tho 1934 Hour lilzlss
cv this opportmlity to vxprvss thvil' SiIll'l'l't' npprv-
tl ltillll for tha- NYlIUl0ll02ll't04I t'tNJlN'l'2lti0Il :md splvmliml
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