Fairport High School - Hourglass Yearbook (Fairport, NY)
- Class of 1939
Page 1 of 104
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1939 volume:
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To Ioseph Wadsworth Cummings, outstanding graduate of Cortland
Normal School in 1937, who, in Fairport, has continued his previous success-
es by Winning the respect and admiration ot the entire student body and
his faculty associates, we Wish to express our appreciation, Under his leader-
ship our Alma Mater has turned out championship teams and spread the
name of Fairport far and wide. His ready smile and helping hand, his exem-
plary high standards ot manhood and sportsmanship have been an inspira-
tion to the youth of Fairport l-ligh School. ln an attempt to express to him
in slight measure our estimate of his real worth as manifested by his com-
mendable work, cooperation in school aitairs and the example he has set
ior us, the citizens ot tomorrow, we, the Senior Class ot 1939, admiringly
dedicate this book..
To Esda Lucille Turner, whose friendly attitude and good advice have
been a source of aid to us throughout our high school years, we Wish to
show our appreciation, To her, a woman whose love of art has enabled
her to point out to us the beauties of the world, which otherwise might have
gone undetected, go our unstinted admiration and respect. The success of
many of our social affairs has been due to her clever ideas of art and the
time she graciously gave us. To show our appreciation of the Work Miss
Turner has accomplished in school and to express our joy in having had
the privilege of coming in contact with her, We, the Seniors of l939, affec-
tionately dedicate this book to her.
This year the "Hour Glass", endeavoring
to impress its readers with the idea that
education builds for tomorrow, is using as its
theme the World's Fair. The book emphasizes
that each department of the educational sys-
tem is engaged in preparing the students for
better citizenship in the future. It recognizes
the work of the numerous student organiza-
tions together with 'the definite departments of
education. ln its pages, it expresses apprecia-
tion of the efforts made by the members of
the faculty to develop students physically as
well as mentally into wellfrounded men and
women. Fairport High School offers to every
student opportunities ranging from the ath-
letic field to poetry appreciation, from fine
arts to modern business procedure. There is
no reason why every student entering the
impressive grey edifice which is at his dis-
posal at almost any hour of the day, should
not leave its doors with a contribution to
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"The 1939 Hour Glass contains CI pictorial story of the
school year in six chapters.
ADMINISTRATION - SENIOR CLASSES I
ACTIVITIES - ATHLETICS AND ADVERTISEMENTS"
Miss LILLIAN L DOUGLJ-is TSGMAE G dCQF12Egf 1511-15-
Secretary to Superintendent uperm en en 9 Q ODS
"Type that off, Miss Douglas and see that
its sent out immediately. Any special appoint-
ments for me this morning?"
A business-like air surrounds the main
office in Fairport High School, better known as
Superintendent Thomas G. Coffees office, Af-
fairs run in perfect routine and an air of
competent efficiency prevails in the place.
Miss Lillian Douglas presides over the outer
office and her friendly smile offers Welcome to
any visitor. The effect of the smile is intensified
by the hospitality of Mr. Coffee, Whether one
is a student or a business man. l-fe is better
known to the citizens of Fairport as the little
man with the big ideas Whose job it is to mold
the early impressions of over eleven hundred
future American citizens. Mr. Coffee has much
school spirit and carries the name of the Red
and Blue abroad, To him, whose kindliness
and interest stand out like beacon lights, many
of the alumni owe a large measure of their
success in their life after commencement,
On the top floor of Fairport High School we
find the very core of the educational machine
-Principal Andrew C. Lynch and Preceptress
Bernadine E. Nolan. Through their combined
efforts the student body of tour hundred eighty
eager boys and girls flourishes and grows
into our citizens of tomorrow. Principal Lynch
takes a personal interest in each of his young
charges and knows practically every student
by name. His helping hand is always avail-
able to the students and he is the confidant
of all those who need him. He is very active
in community affairs, as well as those pertain-
ing to school, and his good sportsmanship,
gentlemanly qualities, and his ability to under--
stand have won him the respect of his fellow
townsmen and the admiration of the youth of
the community. lt is citizens such as he who
set the example for youth and put the molding
touches on the American ot tomorrow.
MR. ANDREW C. LYNCH, Principal
St. Bonaventure College, A. B., M. A.
MARGARET A. SWEEZEY
A L w. FLLLISON
The scratching of heads, plus worried
lrowns and the scrubbing of erasers adver-
tise the fact that time and thought are turning
toward the business angles. Papers covered
with red ink and numerous figures, leave no
doubt that secrets of bookkeeping are being
divulged to the pursuing students. The clatter
of speedy typists and the pick, pick of slower
ones keep up a monotonous tune in typing
room. Classroom boards show long, unde-
cipherable scrawls, the meaning of which are
MRS. GERTRUDE C. RYON
Oberlin College, A. B.
MR. EDWARD K. SCHWORM
New York State College for Teachers, B. S.
MR. PAUL W, ALLISON
St. Lawrence University, A. B.
Harvard University, Graduate School of
Business Administration, M. B. A.
known only to the shorthand
students. After school classes
are held in which interested
students work to raise their
typing speed which will en-
able them to compete for
national speed ratings. Fair-
port students are given nurnf
erous opportunities to pre-
pare themselves for a busi-
IATHEMATICS cmd SCIENCE
The three "Rs" are not overlooked in the
curriculum ot Fairport High School but are
pursued largely in the higher subdivisions
Any l'trig" student in his maelstrom of eguae
tions or an "intermediate Algebra" student
bowed down with formulas can tell you the
trials and tribulations ot math, Another battle
of wits is going on in the form ot sciences on
the other side of the building. lndustrious stu
dents are pondering over the various scientilic
theories ot famous men and
applying them to their work
in the 'llabf' Others are
making discoveries ot the
environment and habits ot
the various biological ine
sects and birds. More than
one student with an inquisi-
tive mind has been inspired
to enter a scientific field.
MR. IOSEPH W. CUMMINGS
MR. GILSON M. SLATER
St. Lawrence, B. S., M, Ed.
MISS RUTH M. WEATHERLOW
Keuka College, B. S.
MR, ANDREW C. LYNCH
St Bonaventure College, A. B., M. A.
MR. PAUL W. ALLISON
St. Lawrence University, A. B.
Harvard University, Graduate School of
Business Administration, M, B. A.
MR. NELSON R. BURTON
Colgate University, A. B.
New York State College for Teachers, M. A.
The methods ot
teaching English in
Fairport High School
X have changed since the
days when "Grandma
was a girl." Instead ot
the strict routine of
verbs, participles and
gerunds, attention re-
volves around tnore in-
teresting phases of the
subject, such as novels,
short stories and
poetry. English students spend many interesting
hours following the adventures of Shakes-
peares characters, laughing with O. Henry
and absorbing the thoughts of Browning,
Lowell and Kipling. Oral English has been
emphasized throughout the system and, as a
result, the pupils hold debates on questions
of the day, conduct mock broadcasts over
Fairport High Schools announcing system and
produce dramas like professionals.
Members of the
Senior Class, in their
pursuit of fourth year
English, turn out the
traditional projects in
which often a surpris-
ing amount of talent is
shown. Along with the
regular English course,
the school his seen fit
to institute a Senior
Book Club for the use
of the Seniors. Not to
be outdone, the students of the lower
classes subscribe for outside reading material.
The English three classes find much interest in
the "Readers Digest" while the "Scholastic"
magazine has found a permanent place in
English two, English teachers in Fairport
High School make it a point to make their
classes interesting, as well as to give their
pupils the principles of the English language.
MISS MARGARET E. FORTMILLER, Librarian
New York State College for Teachers A B
MISS HELEN E. IUNE
Syracuse University, A. B.
MISS FRANCIS I. MUNN
University of Rochester, A. B
MR, LEON B. WARNER
Union College, A. B.
MISS DORIS A. BROWN
University of Rochester, A.
MISS HELEN E. IUNE
Syracuse University, A. B.
To the topics that ap-
pear in the local news-
paper the teachers in
the Social Studies de-
partment ask the ques-
tion, "why?" The prob-
lem of the student is to
find the logical answer
to that query, and to
support it with logical
reasons. lt is really in
this field that the youth
of the school prepare
themselves for citizen-
ship for tomorrow, The history of man and the
manner in which he obtains his wants, and
his hindrances and opportunities in doing so,
are portrayed in a clear and concise manner
to the students by the lectures of teachers and
by text books, Each student is given unbiased
information as to why conditions exist as they
are today. This department teaches them the
value of citizenship and encourages them to
make themselves "worthy of living in the land
of the treo and the home of the brave."
"portae," "portam" may
be a lot ot Greek to
you but any Latin stu-
dent can tell you that
it is Latin grammar.
teachers aim to instill
in the minds ot their
students the necessity
of learning grammar.
This enables them to
read Caesars historic
T499 , , Miss BERNADINE E. NoLAN
. , ' College ot New Rochelle, A, B.
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battles, translate Cicero's immortal orations or
to enjoy the many French tables. However,
the language is not confined just within the
Walls ot Fairport High School. The French
students have organized a Correspondence
Club with youth in tar away France and
letters pass back and torth freely, A surprise
ingly large number ot students are engaged
in the study of foreign tongues which furnishes
them with a better understanding ot the
people in other lands
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Fairport High Schools Art Department lis
the answer to many a decoration committee's
problem. Every activity makes its path to the
drawing room to seek the aid of those ar-
tistically inclined in portraying the beauties
of the modern world. Lessons in art vary from
the designing of scenery for amateur plays,
to the scientific discoveries known as the
l-listory of Art. Talented students prepare post-
ers for an endless host of projects, decorate
for dances, and social affairs and
paint pictures for'many of the
classrooms in Fairport High
School. This year, the Art Depart-
ment comes into its own-P--the
"Hour Glass" being dedicated to
the head of the department, Miss
Esda Turner, in recognition of the
work she has accomplished in her
MISS ESDA L. TURNER
Brockport Normal, Syracuse University, A. B.
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The buzz of band saws and the persistent
tap of hammers, that echo through the school,
inform the students that somethings going on
in "shop" This is a corner ot the school known
as the "boys haven," Here is a scene ot per-
petual activity known to Fairport students as
the lndustrial Arts Department, a place where
the boys display their excess ambition. The
department, with its growing range ot equip-
ment, offers excellent opportunities to mechan-
ically minded youth as has been
demonstrated through its line
quality ot work. The boys have
produced a variety oi articles,
ranging from a photograph en-
larger to decorative lamps and
line metal work. Here is a place
' where a boy may obtain his first
impression of the lndustrial world.
MR. HAROLD W. 'STIENFELD
MISS GENEVIEVE G. WATSON
Fredonia Normal, Eastman School of Music, E. M.
MR. CARROLL VANCE
Crane School of Music
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-- "Music has its charms" but while the "toot
toot" ot the horns of the students may not
have charm it does show that the students
are preparing tor tomorrow. Music varies in
Fairport High School from an occasional whis-
tle in the halls to the enjoyable music of the
Fairport High School band. Various musical
groups make up the Music Department. There
are the Boys and Girls Glee Clubs, the Mixed
Chorus, the Orchestra and the Band, Students
accept these organizations eagerly and each
finds a large enrollment in them. The name ot
Fairport High music-
ians is not confined to
the high school alone.
Many ot the organiz-
ations play and sing
tor the social activities
in the town. Fairport
High School Music De-
partment is rapidly
establishing a reputa-
tion tor itself.
No man should Worry about his stomach
it he marries one of Fairport High Schools
capable cooks. She can cook anything from
delicious pastries to the regular meat, potatoes
and vegetables. Whats more, her ability
doesn't stop at cooking, she can wash and
iron and sew and plan a wardrobeguchicu
but inexpensive. She can turn her hand to the
details of interior decorating and the planning
of a budget, as well as to the vital problems
of housekeeping. Strangely enough, it is not
only the girls who are
learning to do these
things, but also the
boys. They have learn-
ed to boil water with-
out burning it and can
even turn out tasty
cookies when in the
mood. Fairport aims to
put over the idea of
MISS MARIORIE A. SWIFT
Cornell University, B. S.
"An apple a day keeps the doctor away'
or so the saying goes. However, Fairport High
has a better health program than that. Miss
Margaret Sweezey and Coach Ioseph Cum-
mings take particular pains to instill the need
of robust bodies in the minds of their students.
Physical Education classes are rated by the
students as some of the most popular ones
afforded in the High School Curriculum. Miss
Francis La Uppa makes it a point to care for
Fairport Students teeth and recommend a
dentist when one is
necessary. Nurse Ios-
ephine Lawrence and
Doctor George Price
contribute their share
to the health program
by giving each person
an annual check up
and taking steps to
control the spread of
disease in the school.
Fairport High upholds
the slogan "a strong
mind in a strong body."
MISS MARGARET A. SWEEZEY
MISS FRANCIS LA IUPPA
Rochester Dental Dispensary, D. H.
MR. IOSEPH W. CUMMINGS
HONOR STUDENTS 2-
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ABBOT. IANE-West High, Rochester, l, Girls Athletic Association, l, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Volley Ball, 2, 3,
4, Soccer, 3, 4, Hit-Pin Baseball, 2, 3, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Gym. Leader, 4, Hiking Club, 3, Senior Fair, 2, 3,
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Iunior Prom Committee, Sigma Chi Delta, 4 . , . ACKERMAN, BERNICE-Senior
Fair, l, Girls Athletic Association, 2, 3, Senior Ball Committee, Glee Club, l . . , APOSTAL, ETHEL-Cosmo-
politan Club, 3, Vice-President, 4, Iunior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, lunior Representative oi
Girls Athletic Association, Student Patrol System, Senior Play Usher, Senior Fair, 3, Assistant Editor of Hour
Glass, School Chatter Staff, Basketball, Volley Ball, Baseball, Library Stall, 2, 3, 4, Bank Cashier, l, 2, Poe-
try Club, 3 . . ARNOLD. CHARLES-Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Football, 3, Track, 3, 4, Student Patrol System,
glpha Beta Phi, 2, 3, 4, Senior Fair, l, 3, 4, Iunior Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee, Senior Ball
BAHLER, PHYLLIS-Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Fair, l, 2, Student Patrol System, Senior Fair Usher, Senior
Ball Committee, Iunior Prom' Committee, School Chatter Stall, Hour Glass Staff, Secretary,,Iunior Class,
Senior Play, Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Cosmopolitan Club, 3, 4 . . . BAKER, WENTWORTH-Senior Pair, l, 3,
4, Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Football, 3, Basketball, 3, Senior Play, Orchestra, 3, School
Chatter Stall, Hour Glass Staff, Iunior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Winter Carnival Candidate
. . . BARRANCO, CHARLES-Intramural Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Iunior Prom
Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Senior Fair, 2, 3, Hour Glass Stall . , . BARTLETT, ELIZABETH-Student
Patrol System, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Fair Usher, Senior Play Usher, Senior Ball Committee, Iunior
Prom Committee, Hour Glass Statt, School Chatter Staff, Poetry Club, 2, Baseball, Volley Ball, Cosmo ol'tan
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Senior Fair, 2, 3, Student Patrol System, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Football, l, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Beta Phi,
Block F Club, Senior Ball Committee, Winter Carnival Candidate . . . BOWN TH-Girls Athletic Asso-
ciation, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Usher, Senior Fair Usher, lunior Prom Committge, r Ball Committee, Glee
Club, I, 2, 4, Senior Fair Committee, Cosmopolitan Club, 3, 4, School Chatt ta - Hour Gass Staff . . .
BRIDGES, KENNETH-Boys Glee Club, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Intramural as ck, 3.
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Tumbling, 3, 4, Wrestling, 4, Physical Education Demonstration, 3, Intramural I-Iockey, 3, 4
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Athletic Association, Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, lunior Councilman' lunior Prom Committee Gener l
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rlate, School Chatter Stall, Hour Glass Staff, Music Committee lor Senior Class . . . CARMER,
Sigma Chi Delta, Treasurer, Dramatic Cl b S '
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Winter Carnival Candidate.
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CASTOR. GORDON-Senior Fair Committee, 4, Boys Glee Club, 2 . . , CONNOLLY, MARGARET.-Student
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Fair Committee, Senior Ball Committee, lntramural Basketball . . ,
tative Vice-President, Students Association, Sigma Chi Delta, Secretary,
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Prom Committee Senior Play Usher, Cosmopolitan u , , , as e a
ter Stott, Poetry Club, 3, Girls Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4 . . , COON. SHIRLEY-
ation, l, 2, 3, 4, Hour Glass Staff, Senior Fair Committee, 4, Volley Ball, l, 2, 3, 4,
ase-ball, 2, 3, 4, Hit-Pin, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, 3, 4, Squad Leader, 4,
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4, lntramural Baseball, l, 3 . . . DE VOLDER, CHARLES-Treasurer,
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resident, 4, of Girls Athletic Association, Cheerleader, 3, 4, Senior Fair, l, 2, 3,
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'XGirls Athletic ss ciation, l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Bal ommittee, lunior Prom Committee, Victory Ball Committee, f Q'
Senior Fair, l, , , Scenery, Senior Play, Hou lass Staff, Student Patrol System, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Soc- .,,. Jig
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X I ootball, 1, 2, Senior Fair, Senior Play Committee, Senior Ball Comjnittee, Softball, l . . . GOETZMAN. 'ii'
HYLLIS-Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Fair, l, 2, Iunior 'Prom Committee, Volley Ball, l, 2, xy
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Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee . . . GRIMES. VIRGINIA-Senior Fair, l, 2, School Chatter Reporter,
l, 2, Camera Club, 2, Debate Club, 2, 3, 4, Poetry Club, 2, 3, 4, Bank Cashier, l, 2, Prize Speaking Usher, 2,
3, 4, Editor-in-Chief of Hour Glass, Editor-in-Chief of School Chatter, Cosmopolitan Club, 3, 4, Vice-President,
Cosmopolitan Club, 3, Library Staff, 3, 4, Student Patrol System, Senior Play, Senior Fair Usher, Senior Ball
Committee, Iunior Prom Committee . , . HALLINGS. WILLIAM-Intramural Baseball, 2 . , . HART, ROGER-
Track, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball, l, 2, Basketball, 3, Senior Fair, l, 4, Senior Ball Committee.
HART. WILLIAM-President ot Student's Association, President of Iunior Class, Senior Play, Alpha eta Phi,
Block F Club, Football, l, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club, 2, 3, 4, Senior Fair, 2, 4, Business Mandger ol Hour Glass,
Dramatic Club, Prize Speaking, l, 2 . . . HAUSWORTH, MILDRED-Girls Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4, Hour
Glass Staff, Volley Ball, l, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, 3, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Hit-Pin Baseball, 2, 3, Baseball, l, Z, 3, 4 . . .
HEPT, LUCILLE-Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 3, Girls Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4,
Honor Team, 2, 3, Senior Play, Debate Team, 2, Senior Fair, l, Z, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Captain Magazine
Campaign, Hour Glass Staff, School Chatter Staff, Senior Ball Committee, Iunior Prom Committee, Secretary
of Students Association, Squad Leader, 3, 4, Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4, Physical Education
Demonstration, 3, Prize Speaking Contest, Sigma Chi Delta, 3, 4, Winter Carnival Candidate, Hiking Club,
3 HERMAN LILLIAN Cosmo olitan Club 3 4- Senior Fair 2 3, Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4,
Girls Athletic Association, 3, 4, Volley Ball, 3, 4, Soccer, 4, Senior
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Coinrnittee, Captain of gazi Ca n, Hour Glass Staff, Senior Ball Committee . , . IORDAN, DAVID-
Football, l, 2, 3, 4, Bask tball, 2, 4, rack Manager, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, Block F Club, Secretary, Iunior
Prom Committee, Senio Ball mm ee, Senior Fair, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Baseball, l,
2, 3, 4 . . , KELSEY, D D-S n F ir, I, 3, 4, Senior Ball Committee, Iunior Prom Committee, Senior
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4 , , , KITTS, BETTIE- irls le-tk Assoc i l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Iunior Prom Committee, Senior Ball '
Committee, Senior Fair, 'tx 2, Glee lub, , amera Club , . . KNEALE, WINIFRED-West High School, 'R
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dent, Dramatic Club, 3, 4, Block F Club, 3, 4, Presidfentf 4, Student l?aVtrla1rSystemg Senior Play, Senior Fair,
2, 3 . . . MOORE, CHARLES-Camera 45 Vlffestling Team, 4 . . . INQIILLER. CATHERINE-Students' As-
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Glass Staff, Girls' Athletic Associati n, . . OSBURN. I 'or ir, 2, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, Soccer,
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PAULSON, ELSIE-Senior air, l, ' s' At tic Asso on, , 2, 4, nior Fair Committee, 4, Physical
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Committee, Iunior Prom Committee, Assistant Editor ol Hour Glass, School Chatter Staff, Flag Custodian . . .
WEIG, MATHILDA-Senior Fair, l, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club, 3, Senior Play Committee . . . WELCH, f
IAMES-Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Manager, 4, Football, l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Fair, l, 2, 3, Iunior Prom Committee: '
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Hour Glass Staff, Senior Fair Committee . . . WILLIAMS. DONALD-Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Foot-
4, Vice-President of Iunior Class, President Senior Class, Dramatic Club, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3,
Senior Ball Committee, lunior Prom Committee, Senior Fair, l, 3, Intramural Baseball, l, 2, 3,
MARGUERITE-Glee Club, 3, 4, Cosmopolitan Club, 3, 4, Bank Cashier, 4, Hour Glass Stall,
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
DOROTHY POTTER, Vice-President
DONALD WILLIAMS, President
MARY ANN CARMER, Secreicry
ROBERT WAGNER, Treasurer
The fall of l935 found a conglomeration of eager "kids" ready to face
the ins and outs of high school life. Our first step was to choose Betty
Dinsmore as our representative in the Students Council. Later we partici-
pated in the Senior Fair, presenting a skit, "The Animal Fair," under the di-
rection of Miss Marjorie Swift and Miss Margaret Fortmiller.
lt was made evident that we had many up and coming athletes, both in
football and in basketball.
Our Sophomore year found us steadily acquiring the nonchalance of
the regular high school student.
Again this year we took part in the Senior Fair, presenting the skit, "A
Pumpkin Hook Wedding," written by Virginia Grimes, and under the super-
vision of Miss Irene Bickle and Mr. Roscoe Tarbell. For this presentation we
were awarded second place.
The position of our Student Council Representative was filled by Wil-
Fully acclimated to high school life, we began our lunior year as dig-
nified upper classmen.
Our first important step was to elect our class officers and advisers.
They were as follows: President, William Hart, Vice-President, Donald Wil-
liams, Treasurer, Mary Ann Carmer, Secretary, Phyllis Bahler, with Miss
Doris Brown and -Mr Leon Warner as advisers.
This .year's Student Council Representative was Betty Bryant.
As Iuniors we assumed the responsibility of publishing the "School Chat-
ter" under the capable leadership of Editor-in-Chief Virginia Grimes. This
paper proved itself a great success by winning a third honor rating in a
National Rating Bureau for school papers.
Cur class stunt for the Senior Fair was a farce on old Rome called "A
Students Dream." lt was rated second by the judges.
ln addition, we took our place in the Student Patrol System, rotating
with the Seniors every two weeks.
Many of our fellow classmates took part in numerous out-side activities
such as: debating, dramatics, athletics, and other social functions.
Both on the football field and the basketball court, our boys gained
great prominence. Among the football men were William Hart, Dick Bluhm,
Iohnny Miller and David lordan. Our basketball stars were Noell Pridgeon
and Dick Bluhm.
We ended this eventful year with the traditional lunior Prom, with Dor-
othy Potter as general chairman. With candy shop decorations as our back-
ground and the 'lAmbassadors" as our musicians, the Prom proved highly
September, l938, found us taking the honor places in Fairport High as
Seniors, our final high school achievement at last reached.
Our first class meeting was held to elect our class officers. They were
as follows: President, Donald Williams, Vice President, Dorothy Potter, Sec-
retary, Mary Ann Carmer, Treasurer, Robert Wagner, and Miss Margaret
Sweezey and Mr. Paul Allison were chosen as our class advisers, to whom
we owe many thanks for their advice and cooperation.
We later met to elect our Editor-in-Chief for the "Hour Glass". Virginia
Grimes in recognition of her capable work with the school paper was
Looking forward to our New York trip in the spring, we started the an-
nual canvassing of the town with our magazine and Christmas Card Cam-
Our Class presented the "Evolution of Dancing" as our annual skit for
Senior Fair, portraying the oldtime Virginia Reel and the modern Lambeth
November l7th was the big night for the cast in the Senior play, "Grow-
ing Pains," starring Lucille Hept as the bothersome younger sister and Iames
Welch as her auarrelsome brother. This play was enjoyed by all and the
cast is to be complimented on their fine performance, also much credit is due
Miss Helen Iune, under whose direction the play was given.
Our social event of the year was the Senior Ball held in the beautifully
decorated high school "gym," with Betty Bryant as general chairman. ln
the early part of the evening the King and the Queen of the Ball were
crowned. The King and Queen, chosen by the student body, were Noell
Pridgeon and Betty Dinsmore. The music was again furnished by the Am-
Early in March, at our weekly Senior meeting, it was decided that we
would be unable to make the yearly Senior Trip to New York because of
financial conditions. lt was a great disappointment but we "took it on the
chin." The class voted to have a banquet and theatre party in the season
to take the place of the trip.
The year l938-l939 has made history in the field of football and basket-
ball with Bill Hart, captain of Fairportls Monroe County Championship
Football team, and Noell Pridgeon, top scorer of Monroe County and captain
of Fairport's County Championship Basketball team. We are proud to say
both boys are members of the class of '39-
Graduation will be a red letter day for us, but it will bring joy to
our hearts as well as regret at the thought of our Fairport High School
days being drawn to a close. Fairport High, out Alma Mater, will always
have a place in our hearts no matter how far away we may be.
LAST WILL AND
Be it known to all those concerned, that we the Senior Class of l939, of
Fairport High School, Fairport, New York, County of Monroe, State of Per-
petual Happiness do hereby formulate and declare this lengthy document
to be our last will and testament.
We pass on to our "brethren and sister" our heritages: Boom l6 and l8,
Mr. Allison's and Mr. Warner's helping hands in Senior love affairs, their
fifteen minute lectures on behavior and their trials and tribulation connected
with our Senior Year.
We will and bequeath:
Bill Halling's altitude to Marjorie Kittle so the future students of F, H, S.
will be sure to see her.
Freddie Maybee's membership in the Firemen's Corps to Bob Granger
so he can have an excuse for getting out of class, too.
Mae Ernst's artistic ability to Norman Alfe so he may combine his orange,
greens, pinks and purples in a more striking manner.
Betty Dinsmore's drum majoring antics to "Nichie Chocho" so he may
have some excuse for letting off hot air.
Dewey Iackson's salesmanship to Theodore King so he can become
manager of the Hart Stores.
Phyllis Bahler's ladylike carriage and dignified manner to Emma Huber.
Iohnny Miller's turkey strut to Carl Gears so that he will get to school on
Ethel Apostal's innocent blush to Bay Sickles so he may personify an
advertisement for "Wheaties."
Bud Baker's "floating power" to Betty Moore so she can flit faster first
Virginia Grimes' soap box "gabability" to William Bode of Sleepy Hollow
fMidvale, to youl so he may make as good an example in F. H. S. as she
Kenneth Bridge's gentlemanly qualities to the young men of the Iunior
Class so it will save them the cost of the book "Emily Post's Hints on
Betty Bryant's "man-fold" powers to Dorothy Barnhart for obvious
"Mac" Macomber's "barefoot boy" grin to Anne Claflin for variety's sake.
Mary Ann Carmer's glamour to Marjorie Murphy so she may become
the "All American Whirl."
George Brook's mighty brawn to Glenn Losey so he can be a second
Shirley Coon's "china dollishness" to Bose Zito-just in case.
Roger Hart's "horsiness" to Alice Trimble so she may have more
hobbies ? '? 'P
Lucille Hept's and Bud Kelsey's bond of gurgling admiration to "Butch"
Moore and Helen Gifford so that they may become the butt of Mr. Allison's
sarcasm next year.
Noell Pridgeon's "dead eye" aim to Paul Briggs so he may walk away
with the high scoring title next year. 4
Winifred Kneale's attempts to help Cupid to Phyllis Valentine so she
may be match maker as well as peace maker.
The "Mickey Rooneyness" of "Doc" Welch to Lloyd Shook so he can
co-star in the Senior Play.
Bernice Ackerman's "tap dancing shoes" to Ioyce Staff so she can have
an added attraction with her accordian playing.
Charles Barranco's bushy eyebrows to Florence Arnold to lend her
Ieanne BroWn's "knitability" to Barbara Wilson to calm her nerves.
Bob Wagner's indifference toward women to Don LeFrois so he can
graduate next year.
Gertrude Crowell's cherry "hello" to Hope Ranney to use with her per-
petual slap on the back.
"I-lotlips" Vineburg's "blastability" on his trumpet to Vernon Unger to
keep Mr. Vance in a cool temper.
A wee bit of Caroline Earl's quietness to Iosephine LaRosa just for the
heck of it.
'Don Williams' presidency to the most deserving lunior.
Frannie Kohl's wide grin and all-round ability for sports to "Mickey"
Castor so she can keep pace with "Chet."
"Red" Iordan's pull with the women to Phil Hospers if he wants it.
Dick Bluhm's huge shoulders to Dannie Crowell. So why?
Peggy Connolly's prize fighting punch to Betty Bowlby so that she can
keep lohnny Prinzivalli under her thumb.
Bill Hart's absentmindness to Howard Foote so that he, too, may oc-
casionally forget his numerous responsibilities.
Dorothy Potter's sarcasm to Gordon Alles so that he can shut Norman
Alfe up once in awhile.
' Betty Bartlett's Latin ability to Alyce Pergrim so that her mind may
more easily grasp the trials and tribulations of Caesar and Cicero.
Dave l-lull's blonde beauty Know buddingl to Harvey Bills for contrast.
Ianet Osborne's "band-box" appearance to Emma Hept so she may be
even more well-groomed.
Arthur Kesby's ability to mind his own business to all the Iunior Class
so they can keep out of trouble.
Edwina Ryder's overwhelming "breeziness" to Frances Pidinkofski so
that she too may become a happy "Tug-boat Annie."
Gordon Castor's wisecracks to Esther DeVolder to use to her own ad-
vantages ? '? ?
lane Abbott's fuzzy sweaters to Bill Laird so that he might be tickled
into gales of laughter.
Leo Schumacher's claim on "Tommy" to Bob Adams if he wants it.
Estella Stubbing's "hold" on a maroon " 'mobile" to any deserving
Iunior girl. ,
Marion Slade's love of dancing to Isabel Yorton so that she may become
the "belle of Walworth."
Richard Larzelere's upeskiness' to Ronald Good because we've no other
place for it.
Elmer Leopold's broom, pails, poor puns, curley hair, etc., to anyone who
can take the place of-"Elmerl"
The perfect love affair of Eleanor O'Leary and Louis McLouth to limmy
Prescott and "Lou" Schermerhorn.
Albert LaPietra's eyebrows to- Anna Iean Slocum so she may further
ensnare "Butts" Bartels.
Thus, in our few remaining staggering days, do we declare this to be our
last will and testament and climbing into the coffin lined with black we
bid thee a sad farewell.
SIGNED: Seniors of 1939.
WITNESSES: Ferdinand the Bull.
39 The Mad Russian.
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EDWINA RYDER, Assistant Circulation Manager
Here is a picture of part ot the Work that goes on in order to bring you
your "Hour Glass." The annual "Hour Glass" drive for subscriptions is held
in the late Winter. This year, under the capable direction of Elizabeth Bartlett
and her assistants, Edwina Ryder and Betty Bryant, the goal was more than
reached. The final check-up showed that the total nuinber of subscriptions
was three hundred sixty-two. Sales like these encourage the staff to give
you the best book possible.
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, Second Bow: M. Murphy, I. La Rosa, B. Barnhart, G. Losey, H. Foote, L, Barnum, E. Lazersonu
X N. Coco, R. Connolly, W. Bode, L. Masciangelo. "
X X Third Bow: H Clayton, W. Laird, P. Briggs, B. Soles, L. Shook, il.xMichaels, M. Holter,
A E. Minwell, F. Fargnoli, N. Alfe, D. Le Frois. . ft' I K
Fourth Row: D. Crowell, C. Fiandach, L. Pickering, xfljfuber, P. Humphrey, I. DuBois, fl.
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Fifth Row: I. Lazerson, I. Bell, W. Sclgutt, R. Moore,.B, Moore, I. Staff, A. Trimble, T. King, 55 V,
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The class of 1940 holds great promises for the future in numerous fields, lt is a class
that has many noticeable characteristics, such as ability to adapt itself to high school life,
Htoppers' in the scholastic field, and stars in the sports world.
Highlights in the scholastic field are Marjorie Murphy, Howard Foote, Esther DeVolder,
Marguerite Kittie, Philip Hospers, Phyllis Valentine and Gordon Alles, whose names can
almost always he found on the igh honor roll. However, a large perdentage of the Iunior
class maintainvhigh averages, ig , 4
:Not confining itself to schola ti rlc alone, the class has taken an active part in extra-
curricular pictivities off the schooz. i students have.participated in'debating, dramatics
and other 'social groups. Earlygn fqeyilall, Howard Foote was effected Eslitorfin-Chief of the
'School Chatter," the responsibxli fnthe Iunior Class, Under',his.capable leadership the
paper has proved to be a gre t 3 Eess. . I A ' w :-'
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A. Benedict, A. Clallin.
X Second Row: B. MacLean, C, Rinaldo, M, Kittle, V. Ellsworth, A. Pergrirn, I. Montagliano
X , F. Arnold, G. Douglas, M. Guarino, l. Buck, F. Pidinkolski.
l Third Row: E. DeDomenico, M. Sperino, C. Basile, P. Valentine, A. Naughton, M, Castor
B. C l d E. Shar , B. Russell, l. Chiccino, R. Unger
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7 Fourth Row: R. Granger, R. Leigh, P. Hospers, A. Morrison, H. Gilford, M. Messe-rino Xj
I L Fifth Row A Slocum A' Kohl D Kramer L. Schermerhorn B Halm E. Hept R. Salmon
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the athletic teams ot Fairport High School could not loe a success witl'1outthe,contri--1
1 hution ot the lunior Class. Both the championship football team and loasketl5all.fteam"f- '-
have carried in their lineups such boys as Lewis Masciangelo, Kenneth Walker, Knthony C' ,.f"':
Stolt, lames Prescott, Williarn Laird, loe Chiccino, and Raymond Moore. V ' h
Und r l leadership ol the class ollicers, the lunior Class is preparing itself forwrls-A
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, Donald Lellrois . . .. VicefPresidenl , ' N
QF ' A Louise Schermerhorn ..... ...... . ..... S ecretary G
X x . ,JJ . ,. Doroth arnhart. .. . .. . Treasurer , F
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The class of l94l have already developed for themselves the reputation of 'ipromising
kids" through their splendid show of school spirit and cooperation. Many of the students
have done splendid work in the scholastic field in the past two years. The names of Edward
Hyder, Winifred Hart, Thomas Wheeler, Reba Towner, lean Flanagan, Richard Hawver,
Helen Aitchison and William Honeclc are often found near the top of the Honor Roll.
Henry Masciangelo, lack Dixon, loseph Profeta, David Nemyier and Donald Scott have
been candidates for Fairport High athletic teams. Their contributions have aided the expanf ,M
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1, First Row: C. Paulse , W.lHoneck, H. Bielet, H. Gill, G. Brien, W, Bulman, I. Beato, A. Stolt. ll
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G, l??M-h' xy Second Row: L. Clayton, W. McGinnis, A. Battaglifni, M. Trau, R. Holter, W. Cornelius, 5- ' '
' f X. ' R. Towner, E. Ryder, R. Williams, E. Lewis. 5 '
I J Third Row: D. Marlett, I. Flanagan, W. Burke, D. Hawver, V. Shults, H. Whitman, D. Scott, 5
fa' , W R. Phillips, A. MacNeill, H. Bumpus.
Q QQ Fourth Row: H. Sauer, F3 Aparo, T. Wheeler, E. Hammond, G. Brien, R. Schoolmaster, lm
jx ' N D. Nemyier, H. Bridges, I. Profeta. .i K V 'l
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A number of the students have joined Social groups and other activities offered in the
school. Reba Towner, Richard Hawver, lean Flanagan and Helen Aitchison hold the prom-
? ise of becoming future varsity debaters.
'Tlie Sophomores are a likeable group of youngsters willing to cooperate in every Way
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' the wheel ol life at Fair ort High School.
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B. Frederick. r .
Second Row: L. Chiccino, M. Benfonte, R. Adams, E. lohnson, A. Benfonte, I. Furman, if X
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1- Third Row: H. Cobb, H. Masciangelo, I. Pennise, M. Buscemi, B. Burke, M. Lord, M. Befz,
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FI Fourth Row: K. Gropp, T. De Lana, R. Belt, M. Granger, I. Deleguardia, D. Harris, R. -3.
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Last September elevated a large group ot students, known as Freshman, into Fairport
High School. For a while life was complicated and strange for them, but after several weeks
they became accustomed to the rules and regulations ot High School lite.
When the honor roll came out for the first time in the semester, the Freshmen began
to show their importance. Such students as Iohn Deal, Mary Lou Facer, Barbara Pierce,
Nancy Detro, Bichard Hill and George Wagner had iirnjly planted their names ne,ar the
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'AW f De Mocker, G. Bennett.
I Second Row: B Ward, T. La Pietra, G, Willielm, E. Pidinkolski, T. Battistoni, C. Suppcl,
M. Rizzo, I. Carini, G. Breemes, D. Bueg, I. Fisk. X
'S Third Bow: G. Polvino, M. L. Facer, D. Miller, G. Scarazzo, I, Ackerman, L. Bartolotta, lil?
I S. Marnmoccio, D. Battaglini, R. Hickey, C. Hansen. XXT
I Fourth Bow: B. Provenzano, E. Kramer, I. Kenney, M. Clark, I. Foote, T. Sozio, E. Babcock, jk:
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' CY4 Fifth Row: L. Howe, G. Ki-ng, I. Clark, F. O'Leary, F. Beato, E. Kramer, I. Pierce, T. Porreca, L. -
I. Deal, E. Salmon.
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The airls of the Class, as Well as the boys, Went out enthusiastically for sports. Material
is to be found in the class of 1942 for future championship teams.
Talent of the class comprised the skit given at the annual Senior Fair in the fall. This,
the debut of the Freshmen Class, was eagerly looked forward to by the upper classmeng
moreover, they were not disayointed in the 'tbaby class." . , ' J I
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First Row: C. Steffen, M. Peters, L. May, H. Moody, F. Schoolmaster, B. Smithf' EQ' Ditltnds, ' ,5 ' If
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Second Row: H. Matz, D. Hospers, L. De Risio, G. Earl, A. Neiss, F. Casella, H. Kohl, F. I '
Hartigan, R. Williams, D. Benedetti. X .5
' Third Row: C. Lorson, H. Loveless, M. Shilling, E. Stolt, C. Bulmcxn, N. Marchioli, D. Sage. ' , X
G. De Witt, I. Schrader, I. Accarclo. X,
Fourth Row: R. Wood, S. Ansuini, A, Iackson, N. Detro, B. Pierce, G. Wixsorn, V. Schrader, 4
I G. Wagner, D. Blum, B. Robson. I
l Q Fifth Row: G. Copeland, N. Clark, W. Bartlett, C. Gibbs, R. Le Frois, G. Hess, B. Bennett, 1
I ' W. Danforth, R. Hall, I. Lerczak, R. Hill. '
V 13,5 First Row: B. Patterson, C. Patterson, H. Parkison, L. Bown, F. Deleguardicr, R. Barrcmco, .nag
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if Second ROW: I. Granger, D. Hull, Y. Montemaro, F. King, G. Gropp, E. Dunn, P. Gropp, gi' P
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'N Third Row: A. Barranco, R. Bushart, R. Dudley, I. Rearson, F. Rugenstein, B. Gross, , 5 "X
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I Fourth Row: M. Ross, I. Arnold, M, Fiandach, G. Valentine, I. Santini, E. Lewis, W. Gilbert, Q
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The Ianuary "brigade," having had a few months to calm down and make itself at
home, is rapidly acclimatina itself to the raretied atmosphere of Senior High School. Sev-
eral stuclents have shown interest in debating, literary Work and other school activities,
As yet, the Subfreshmen have not had the chance to express their abilities infsports.
ltlowever, next semester should point out the possibilities ot the group.
ln general, most ot the class are busy copying the example of their elders and trying
to get acquainted with the rest of the Student Body, Several of the "Subs" show interest
in the scholastic tield, and they are being encouraged one hundred percent by students
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MR. THOMAS G. COFFEE
MR. ANDREW C. LYNCH
A S SOCIATION
STUDENT GOVERNMENT HOLDS PROMINENT
POSITION IN F. H. S.
Student government is given due emphasis
at Fairport High to impress each student with
his responsibilityl lt may Well be titled an
introduction to citizenship for future graduates.
Under the able leadership of President William
Hart, this years officers have handled a vast
amount of important school business. The re-
ceipts of the football and basketball games
have made it possible to furnish the athletic
department With more equipment and to ex-
pand the facilities of the gymnasium. lt lends
equal support to other student activities and
is, in truth, the backbone of student life.
WILLIAM HART, President
BETTY DINSMORE, Vice-President
LUCILLE HEPT, Secretary
CHARLES DE VOLDER, Treasurer
RICHARD BLUHM, Senior Council Member
MARILYN CASTOR, Iunior Council Member
HENRY MASCIANGELO, Sophomore Council Member
HELEN MATZ, Freshman Council Member
Standing-Left to Right: H. Masciangelo, H. Matz, M. Castor, R. Bluhm.
Sitting-Left to Right: L. Hept, W. Hart, B. Dinsmore, C. DeVo1der. I
Top Line: M. Connolly, D, Potter, B. Dinsmore, P. Bahler, M, Ernst, E, Apostal, V. Grimes.
Bottom Line: R. Bown, P. Vineburg, I. Miller, B. Bartlett, R, Wagner, C, DeVolder, R. Macomber, R Bluhm
TRAFFIC OFFICERS MAINTAIN ORDER
The watchful eye of law cmd order in Fair-
port High School is the Student Patrol System,
more affectionately known to the students as
the S. P. S. The patrol system, composed of
upper-classmen, is divided into two squads.
The Seniors are under the leadership of
William Hart, while the assisting Iuniors are
ably directed by William Laird. Putting forth
their best efforts to help the student body
maintain its excellent record of good behavior
are faculty advisers, Miss Doris Brown and Mr.
The duties of the Patrol are numerous. Its
first responsibility lies in setting a standard
of citizenship and in promoting a spirit of
cooperation among the students. its members
are on duty at the passing of classes to see
that these aims are respected by the students.
This is, then, the way in which the students
of Fairport High School help themselves mains
STUDENT P TRQL
MR. LEON B. WARNER
MISS DORIS A. BROWN
Standing-Left to Right: I. White, R. Wagner, R. Macomber, M, Zuller, R. Fell, C. Wacenski, D. Kelsey, W.
Hart, M. Ernst, N. Pridgeon, E. O'Leary, W. Baker, P. Bahler, R. Bown, D, Potter. Sitting-Left to Right:
D. Iackson, A. Kesby, D. Williams, P. Goetzman, V. Grimes, B. Bryant, E, Ryder, B. Bartlett, E Apostal, C.
MR. PAUL W. ALLESON
MISS ESDA L. TURNER
MR. EDWARD K. SCHWORM
STAFF AIMS TO MAINTAIN HIGH STANDARD
OF 1938 PUBLICATION
Throughout its existence, the "Hour Glass"
has been a center of interest, but also the
cause of much work and concentration. To
touch upon the highlights of all clubs, organi-
zations, social activities, classes-this is its job.
Last year the annual, under the supervision
of Editor-in-Chief Edward Valentine, rated a
position among the twelve All-American. To
equal this honor is the aim of this year's staff
under the direction of Editor-in-Chief Virginia
Grimes and Business Manager William Hart.
At least, the achievements of last years "Hour
Glass" staff and of the staffs which have pre-
ceded it, have served as an inspiration to
greater effort. I
With the New York Worlds Fair for an
artistic background, the success of last year's
annual to equal, 'and the cooperation of stu-
dents and teachers, the efforts have been a
privilege and a pleasure.
SCHOOL CHATTER MSS
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scHooL CHATTER COMPLETES ,B C
SUCCESSFUL YEAR 5-94
Students whose minds pursue the journalis- 0'
tic trend ot thought get their introduction to
that world on the staff of our weekly news
section, UThe School Chatter." Their
this year is higher quality and their e
have been bent toward that goal.
The statf, early in the winter, submitted
several editions ot the paper to The National
Scholastic Press Association to be rated with
other scholastic publications ot that type.
That advisory organization returned a verdict
ot third honor rating for the 'School Chatter."
Under the capable direction ot Editor-in
Chief Howard Foote and his competent statt,
Fairport students have been able to get tirst-
hand, accurate reports ot the news in Fairport
High. A series of sport columns have cleverly
covered the rosy path ot our victorious athletic
teams, while the so-called "dirt diggers" have
added a dash of spice to the publication.
Standing-Left to Righti P. Briggs, D. LeFrois, N Alle M Castor R Ferris F Arnold P Valentine
Sitting-Lett to Right: M. Kittle, I. Robertson, B. Russell E Sharp H Foote P Hospers E Hept M Murph
A. Morrison, E. DeVolder.
MR. CARROLL VANCE, Director
F AIRPORT BAND ACTIVE IN LOCAL AFFAIRS
"Bang - whang - whang goes the drurn,
tootle-de-tootle the life." That was all right
tor Browning but not for the Fairport High
School Band. Why not? Why the band has
shining new cymbals! They chang and chang
throughout every rehearsal and appearance.
They are really the pride and joy of the band,
just as the band is the pride and joy ot the
Already this year the band has "blown
through" the Rochester Exposition and the
Music Festival at Dansville.
lt is an impressive sight to see the Fairport
Band in spick-and-span blue, white and gold
uniforms swing along back ot its peppy young
drum major, Betty Dinsmore. Appearance isn't
all, however. tor it has some very fine musi
cians. Thanks to Mr. Vance's able direction,
Fairport has a musical organization of which
we are rightfully proud.
ORCHESTRA MEETS WITH SUCCESS
'N FULL YEAR
Twice a Week, since school began in Sep-
tember, strains of music from the orchestra
have been heard floating through the halls of
Fairport High during the seventh period. Al-
though the pupils practiced last year after
school, this is the first time it has been a rec-
lt has been officially accepted by Albany
and the pupils participating in the group re-
ceive regents credit. it is made up of twenty
students from both lunior and Senior High.
Under the direction of Miss Genevieve Watson,
they have played in assembly, for the Rotary
Club, and will perform at the lunior High
Commencement. Their repertoire consists of
marches, waltzes, and music by Chopin and
Carrie Iacobs Band.
The school orchestra has found a definite
place in the Music Department of Fairport
High School and appears to have a promising
MISS GENEVIEVE G. WATSON, Adviser
on J irst ROWI V. DSHHY, B. Smith, B. Wilson, A. lackson, I. Staff, B. Bartlett, B. Moore.
0 of Nr JxSec31hd Row: L, Ward, D. Miller, A. Pergrim I Fisk L Herman l Foote M Betz M Hall
Q Tlhjfd ROWf M- lCICOb:SOn, B. Bierce, l.. Hept, Abbott, Bahler: It Robeftson, A.ISlocum,4M. Zuller.
Q, Cal ff h Murth Row: N. Detro, M. Weig, L. Westerrnan, D. Barnhart, R. Belt, A. Kohl, B. Erbland, W, Kneale.
Noi? IC' X9-'?1fth Rowi A. ODell, A. Fisk, M. Murphy, H. Erbland, E. Ryder, F. Kohl, Ft. Bown.
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,, l lscalef' say authorities on music. However,
choristers from our Girls' Glee Club undertake
more difficult compositions, such as the "Glow
Worm", i'Czechoslovakian Dance Song" and
"Green Cathedral". Their warbling resounds
throughout the building on Tuesdays and
Thursdays. More often their throaty notes are
practiced informally in the locker rooms. The
Glee Club is made up of approximately forty-
five girls who sing for the benefit of the stu-
dents, before social groups, and for other
Each year the group attends the annual
Music Festival and returns with high honors.
Mr. Vance, the director, is held in high esteem
by the girls and all those who know him. A
large part of the success of the Music Depart-
ment is due to his love of good music which
he attempts to impart to his students.
MR. CARROLL VANCE, Director Il S, G L E E C L .U B
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S, C B MISS GENEVIEVE G, WATSON, Director
MALE SONGSTERS MEET WITH SUCCESS
The boys, not to be outdone by the girls,
formed a glee club which has been climbing
the ladder ot success tor the past two years.
l-lefty tootball players, track and basketball
men, along with the scholastic "big wigs", emit
sounds ranging from tenor to bass.
The club has its bifweekly get-to-gether on
Mondays and Wednesdays in the Music Room.
Many at the members participate in the Mixed
Chorus which is a smaller musical organization.
Miss Genevieve Watson, director of the
Glee Club, has accomplished wonders with the
group. As tar as the students are concerned,
the Boys' Glee Club is here to stay. lt, too,
sings in assemblies and betore public groups.
WILLIAM HART, President WM Q '4 5"'1
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First Row: I. Santini, K. Bridges, R. Unger, Miss Wallsori, l. Fairchild, H, Foote, E. Konz. 0307
P D dl , I. Arnold, R. Hall, G Douglas, F. King.
Second Row: H. Loveless, R. Stubbing, R. ' ' .. u ey
Third Row: R. Good R. Fell, W. Hart, H. Gill, W. Baker, D, lackson, N. Alie.
Fourth Row: R. Hill,iH. Clayton, E. Leopold, V. Unger, A, Prudorn, G. Alles, F, Leary.
Standing-Left to Right: M. Murphy, R. Maxwell, R. Wagner, B. Kopp, I. Howard.
Sitting-Left to Right: D. Potter, E. Ryder, V. Grimes, Mr. N, Burton, P. Valentine, C. Blaker, P. Hospers,
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DEBATERS ENIOY WINNING SEASON
Fairports Debate Club has had a highly
successful season this year. After a year of
comparative quiet, four excellent teams were
chosen, giving the pro and con on the issue.
Resolved: That the United States should form
an alliance with Great Britain.
The Varsity affirmative team, composed of
Charles Aldridge, Dorothy Potter and Edwina
Ryder, journeyed to llion, Hornell and Oswego
and also met LeRoy in home territory. The
negative team, William Hart, Virginia Grimes
and Robert Wagner met llion and Hornell at
home and journeyed to LeRoy and Oswego.
Both teams took part in the sectionals at
Canisteo, contending with Iamestown, Canisteo
and I-fornell. The negative piled up a score
of five wins and two losses, while the affirma-
tive came out with two wins and five losses.
The less experienced members of the club
have been active in interscholastic debates,
thus preparing for the future. The second team
has engaged in debates with Geneva, East
Rochester and Hornell. Fairport High School
debating world shows great promise.
P C B MR NELSON R BURTON Adviser
BUDDING POETS EXPAND IN FAIRPORT
Neither Browning, Chaucer, Keats nor even
Shakespeare tried harder to put his thoughts
into poetry than the poetry enthusiasts of
Fairport High. Aided by the friendly criticisms
of Mr. Nelson R. Burton, the young lyricists
turn out their attempts at masterpieces at the
meetings on Monday nights. Many of their
poems appear in the literary section ot the
Two years ago the club published a poetry
anthology, "ink Drops," containing only the
works ot club members. lt was well received
by the student body. ln view of that fact, steps
have been taken to edit a second volume un-
der the direction of Esther DeVolder as Editor-
At lirst their knowledge and ability in-
creased gradually, but practice has improved
their efforts.. Hail the tuture American poets!
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Standing-Lett to Right: I. Howard, E. Sharp, B Track R Sic es M Murphy A Naughton G Wixsorn
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Sitting--Left to Right: D. Potter, G. Alles, E, DeVolder V Grimes B Russell N Alfe P Valentine
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FACULTY ATTEMPT AT DRAMA HIGHLY
l'You Can't Take lt With You," the play
dramatized by the l-ligh School Faculty, proved
to be one that will remain as a highlight in
the minds of those who saw it. The demure-
ness of Miss Ruth Weatherlow as Alice, the
arts of love-making of Coach loseph Cum-
mings, along with the helping hand of Miss
Margaret Fortmiller as Penny, are unforget-
able. Under the direction of Pricinpal Andrew
C. Lynch, the cast gave a remarkable perform-
ance before two full 'houses made up of
students and townspeople.
' Faculty plays are looked forward to by
the students and accepted warmly by the
townspeople. They tend to bring the students
and teachers closer together by their infor-
Standing-Left to Right. H. Steinfeldt, T Coffee l Cummings R Weatherlow
Sitting-Lett to Right: M. Fortmiller, D Brown N Burton
Stflflfillflg Left to Rlghf B HGH l MGTZ P Briggs I Miller P Vineburg, N. Pridgeon, D. Hawver, D. Williams.
Middle Left to Right D Le Frois I Leavery A VanB0rt1e I, Welch, M, Cqrmer, 1, Robertson, -
Sitting M Holley B Hubbard D Potter
CLUB STUDY ART OF GOOD REHEARSAL
"Rehearsal". That has been the keynote
ot the Dramatic Clubs program this year. lt
has not been rehearsal for a play, but rather
rehearsal as to how a play should be produced.
Under the direction of Miss lune, the club
has studied character portrayal, stage con-
duct, voice tone, and innumerable other fine
points ot acting as exemplified in the book,
Several plays and skits have been read
and their possibilities discussed. When the
club feels itselt able, it hopes to present plays
tor the schools approval.
One of the highlights of the year was When
the club as a group Went to Rochester to see
George M. Cohan in the Broadway production,
"l'd Rather Be Right" in which they observed
the use of what they had been studying.
WILLIAM HART, President
DOROTHY POTTER, Secretary
NOELL PRIDGEON, Treasurer
MIS: HPI EN E IUNE Adviser D R 'A' M I C C B
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LECTURES HOLD OPPORTUNTIES FOR
Lights! Action! Cameral sounds the call
ot Fairports coming ace photographers. This
year, approaching its second anniversary as
an organized group, the Camera Club tound
an overwhelming number ot students anxious
to become members. Due to the large number
ot photographers, many students and teachers
have been objects ot "shots" in unsuspecting
Under Mr. Steinteldts instructions, demon-
strations ot the art ot developing lilm and mak-
ing prints have been carried out. The club
has made an enlarger and is turning out re-
markable enlargernents. The club has made a
name tor itselt because ot its spirit ot eager-
ness and the
ot its members to
MR. ,HAROLD W. STEINFELDT, Adviser
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CLUB SWEATERS ARE REWARD OF E' l l
YEAB'S WORK , 1,
School without the sorority girls Would, be M
hard to picture, tor they are among Fairlgbrtl'
High Schools best liked groups. They hav!
been active constantly, holding meetings on,f
alternate Wednesday nights at the home ot
various members, and planning various social
activities, ln the tall they held a Sadie Hawkins
Dance and later a card party at the public
library, similar to the one ot last year. -ln the
spring, a skating party brought the members
together tor another evening ot lun.
This year the girls bought heavy purple
sweaters upon which are the insignia ot the
club in white chenille letters.
Every member oi the club is firm in her
opinion that this has been the most exciting
and enjoyable year in the history ot the
BETTY BRYANT, President
BETTY DINSMORE, Secretary
MARY ANN CARMER, Treasurer
LUCILLE HEPT, Scrib
Back Row-Lett to Right: D. Barnhart, B. Bryant, I. Abbott, M. Holley, B. Halm, E. Hept. x
Middle Row-Lett to Right: A. Van Bortle, L. Schermerhorn, M. Castor, B. Dinsrnore, I. Osburn, L. Hept,
B. Wilson, I. Leavery.
Front Row-Lett to Right: A. Pergrim, I. Robertson, M. Carmer, I. Matz, D. Schneiter, B. Moore, L. Schneiter,
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Standing-Left to Right. M. Sperino, W. Hart, V. Rosmgn,
Valentine, A. Naughton, M lacobson.
Sitting-Left to Right: M. Zuller, M. Dirk, E. Kohl, M. Lord,
Murphy, D. Potter, E. DeVolder, P. Bahler, V. Grimes,
MISS MARGARET E. FORTMILLER, Adviser
R. Bown, B. Bartlett, L. Herman, C. Basile, P.
E. Apostal, M. Lord, H. Gifford, V, LaRosa, M.
CLUB CELEBRATES SECOND ANNIVERSARY
This is the second organization which has
reached its second anniversary in the Fairport
l-ligh School extra-curricular program. The
Cosmopolitan Club has lived up to its name and
has a membership of twentyfsix girls. Under
the direction of Miss Margaret Eortmiller, fac-
ulty adviser, and the leadership of President
Dorothy Potter, the group has advanced in
social fields. Each member was entitled to
bridge lessons and the series was climaxed
with a bridge party at which several of the
faculty attended. The next step was dancing
which the girls have enjoyed very much
Early in the year the club held the annual
faculty tea which was very successful. They
plan to climax the second eventful year with
a play in assembly.
DOROTHY POTTER, President
ETHEL APOSTAL, Vice-President
MARGARET CONNOLLY, Secretary
1 Pl-IYLLIS VALENTINE, Treasurer
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Back: D. Wilson, N. Pridgeon, R. Bluhm, R. Smith.
Second: I. Miller, D. Iordan, Ft, Soles, l. Prescott.
Front: H. Masciangelo, W. Hart, W. De Land, L. Masciangelo.
BLOCK F PROMOTES GOOD
"Twelve good men and true" might well be
an appropriate slogan for the Block F Club,
an organization which honors the more ath-
letically inclined members of the male portion
of the student body. lts advisers are Mr.
Steinfeldt and Coach Cummings, with Mr.
Lynch acting as honorary adviser.
Before being admitted into the Block F, one
must have earned his chenille letter and must
have had a passing grade in all his subjects.
Among the ideals for which this club is aiming
are the promotion of good sportsmanship and
fairness and the maintainance of cooperation
and helpfulness in all student enterprise.
Once again drawing funds from their treas-
ury, the members this year purchased new
sweaters. These sweaters of red and blue form
a colorful symbol in representing the friendly
spirit of the club.
IOHN MILLER, President
LOUIS MASCIANGELO, Vice-President
DAVID IORDAN, Secretary
ROBERT SMITH, Treasurer
Adviser BLOCK F CLUB
HAROLD W. STEINFELDT
ANDREW C. LYNCH -
IOSEPH W. CUMMINGS
VICTORY, VICTORY, VICTORY
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Left to Right-Kneeling: K. Walker, I. Prinzivalli, W. Hart, I. Prescott, R. Moore, A Stolt, D. Wilson.
COUNTY CHAMPS CAPTURE SECOND TITLE
For the second consecutive year Fairport Highs husky football team marched over
their opponents to be crowned champions of Monroe County. The Red and Blue started
off the season boasting the strongest line in the county and a speedy backfield. They com-
pleted that brilliant season, undefeated and untied. The cooperation and team play of the
group provided their fans with thrills of real football and a large amount of respect for
the team of young, but well-trained, men.
The first game of the season was an adventure for Fairport's eleven. They were sched-
uled to play at Perry, a night game under lights. However, regardless of the fact that it
was their first experience under lights, they came through the victor with a score of 20-13.
On the following Saturday Fairport corn pletely demolished the high spirits of a weak
Waterloo team by defeating them 37-O. With renewed confidence in their two victories
they reached down into their overflowing file of tricks to prepare themselves for one of
the biggest games of the seasonhTl-IE EAST ROCHESTER GAME.
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WILLIAM HART, Captain
lt was in that game that the Hed and Blue found revenge for their defeat at the hands
of East Rochester a year ago. With the advantage of being on their own gridiron and
with a team that was full of school spirit, Fairport won a hard earned victory. The East
Rochester men were a hard-fighting eleven, plugging on to the final whistle with dogged de-
termination and fired with the rooting of their cheering section. lt was with great disappoint-
ment that the Brown and White acknowledged their defeat to the Bed and Blue-score 20-13.
Toward the end of the season Fairport met Webster and Brighton. Both games were
one sided-the Fairport team excelling their opponents each time by their teamwork and
their superior strength and speed. Brighton Went down before the Bed and Blue 30-U, while
a week later Webster followed 32-U.
Perhaps the two most thrilling games of the season were with lrondequoit and Albion.
lr-ondequoit, still smarting from last year's defeat, was seeking revenge. The Red and Blue
were sorely pressed-forced to make comebacks continually. However, the Fairport bus left
for home bearing a group of winners by a score of l9-l2. Albion, champion of Orleans
County, also gave Fairport tough competition. But again we bore our banner to a 37-13
victory. A perfect climax to a perfect season.
Left to Right: D. Iordan, R. Bluhm, N. Pridgeori, A. Stott, C. Miner.
BASKETBALL TEAM COPS MONROE COUNTY TITLE
For the lirst time in many years the Bed and Blue jerseys ot Fairport High School emerged
on top of the league scramble for supremacy. The season of 1938-39 provided just as much
rivalry and as many thrills as the triumphant gridiron days. The season had hardly opened
before the pulse beat ot every fan speeded up at the rhythmic tap-tap-tap ot a dribble
across the court.
After a tew spectacular games, Fairport began to win the notice of Rochester papers.
Out-of-town fans as well as local tans began to follow the trail of the outstanding team.
Week after week, Fairport brought home victories, both hard-earned ones and easy ones.
Disaster struck but once during the season when Fairport bowed to Brockport, 21-25. Pre-
viously Brockport had stooped to Fairport 28-18, in a thrilling game at Brockport. A record-
breaking crowd attended the game which was one ot the most contested games of the
Throughout the season the Bed and Blue showed brilliance and good team work, the
result of the excellent coaching of Ioseph Cummings. Because of their fine record, the
Fairport live entered the sectionals where they met their Waterloo at the hands of Newark,
NOELL PRIDGEON, Captain
IOSEPH W. CUMMINGS, Coach I
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Captain Noell Pridgeon, a star player and one of the memlqdrs of the All County Team
was high scorer of the county. He won individual honor for his excellent playing and good
During the past season the Bed and Blue has compiled the following record
Fairport 3U East High
Fairport 25 Brighton
Fairport 28 lrondequoit
Fairport 28 Brockport
Fairport 36 Pittsford
Fairport Sl Spencerport
Fairport 60 Webster
Fairport 2l East Bochester
Fairport 48 Brighton
Fairport 21 .' lrondeauoit
Fairport 21 Brockport
Fairport 29 Pittsford
Total 5Ul Total
TRACK TEAM OUT TO REGAIN CHAMPIONSHIP
The thud, thud of running feet, the shot of the gun, and the crunch of cinders all ad-
vertise the fact that the Red and Blue Track Team are getting into shape for the season. ln
charge of the team are George Matz as captain and David Iordan as manager.
During these early spring days the squad are planning their work for the season. Keep-
ing the title in mind, they are striving daily to increase their speed in the mile, halt-mile
relay and the tour hundred forty yard sprint. If new talents develop in other events, Fair-
port's spirits will soar high and will again withstand all challenges.
The Red and Blue lost their championship crown last year in the County Meet by their
failure to overcome lrondequoit. The latter was declared victor, 25-24. However, the team
this year is striving to win back the coveted title.
With the cooperation and advice ot Coach Cummings, the school spirit and good
sportsmanship of the team, the student body hopes to close the 1938-39 school year with
complete record of championship teams.
A S S 0 CIAT ION
IUNIOR CLASS TEAM WINS
The Girls' Athletic Association is an indisf
pensable activity ot Eairport High School girls,
Under its sponsorship, atter-school sports and
recreational games are provided. They vary
widely, from energetic basketball or soccer to
the more gentle ping pong and shuttle board.
The program is well regulated to extend from
Iall to late spring.
Sportsmanship and genial cornpanships are
not the least accomplishments ot the club.
place in its
the campus or inside the gym
refreshing spirit prevails.
help of Miss Margaret Sweeiey,
organization has found a definite
activities for every member.
BETTY DINSMORE, Resident
BETTY HALM, Vice-President
ALICE IACKSON, Secretary
LOUISE CI-IICCINO, Treasurer
FRANCES KOHL, Senior Representative
LOUISE SCI-IERMERHORN, Iunior Representative
MARY CASCINI, Sophomore Representative
IOYCE EISK, Freshman Representative
Sitting-Lett to Right: B, Halm M Cascim F Kohl L Schermerhorn
Standing-Lett to Right: L. Chiccino B Dinsmore A Iackson I Fis M
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Top Row-Left! to Right: B. Halm, I. La Rosa, L. Schermerhorn,
Bottom Row-Lett to Right: G. Beato, V. La Rosa, M. lacobson.
I G. A. A. SELECTS HONOR TEAM
The outstanding qualification of the Honor
Team is sportsmanship. There must be an
abundance of this characteristic in the make-
up of each member. An average of 7U'4
should be maintained and the ability dis-
played on the court influences the selection
of the judges, the Girls' Athletic Association.
Class teams were organized early in the
year. The Iunior class being victorious, re-
ceived as a reward the coveted cup with their
name engraved on it.
R. I-lalm V, LaRosa
G. Beato ' I, LaRosa
L. Schermerliorn M. Iacobson
B. Bryant L. Hept
H. Aitchison R. Dinsmore
M. Casini M. Dirkx
MISS MARGARET A. SWEEZEY, Adviser S,
INTRAMURALS FORM BACKBONE OF ATHLETIC PROGRAM
Fairport High makes provision for the numerous boys who are unable
to make the varsity teams. An extensive intramural program including
basketball, Wrestling, stick hockey, ping pong, tumbling and softball are
available to all interested boys. Coach Ioseph Cummings prepares a pro-
gram of tournaments for the youth which are advertised widely throughout
the school. By this method' nearly every boy in the high school has a place
in the sporting World. '
GIRLS PARTICIPATE IN SPIRITED INTRAMURAL PROGRAM
Contrary to the rule, the fairer sex of Fairport l-ligh are deeply inter-
ested in sports. Under the supervision of Miss Margaret Sweezey, the girls
organized leagues in hit pin baseball, volley ball, basketball and softball.
Spirited competition has resulted with the lunior Class team Winning the
basketball tournament. A full program has offered athletic exercise for
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SINAMUS 8: BECK
32 HIGH STREET
PHONE 246-R 32 NORT
UNCLE SAM'S STORE
DR. J. W. WELCH
6 SOUTH MAIN FAIRPORT
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J. D. BUNYAN
WEST AVE. FAIRPORT . PHONE I94 FAIRPORT
CHRISTINE M. MABRY
J. MILTON McMAHON
Compliments of A Good Place to Buy
CLOTHING - SHOES and
FRANK SCOVILLE FURNISHINGS
MEATS AND GROCERIES
PHONE .20 . ROBERT SAYLES STORE
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Compliments of The Furmture Store of Fourport
Fairport Gibson Refrigerators
Glft 6- Apparel Shop Don Malcolm's
IU WEST AVE. FAIRPORT CLARK. BLDG. PHONE 324
Compliments of Compliments of
SAM JACOBSON Wilson Beauty Salon
'I' O N Y ' S Compliments of
SHOE SHINE, SHOE REPAIRING ST01-T'S MARKET
HAT CLEANING phone 185
North Main Fairport 27 STATE ST. FAIRPORT
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ICE CREAM Office: 217 East Ave. Phone. Main 4290
Studios: 78 Harwick Phone: Culver 646
Pittsford Open Till 12 . ROCHESTER, NEW YORK
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