Fairport High School - Hourglass Yearbook (Fairport, NY)
- Class of 1940
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Norman Alle, Emanuel Lazerson, Gordon Alles.
"Thir+y-live cenls. please. Thanlr you, and here is your receipt" Yes, each
year you hear a similar group saying Ihis as February rolls around. They false your
money and laler you receive your annual "Hour Glass". Indispensable They are: if
would be really impossible Io edil an "Hour Glass" wifhouf Them. Norman Alle, with
his assisfanls Gordon Alles and Emanuel Lazerson, encouraged The enfire slafl To
qrearer elllorl by bringing The Tolal number ol subscripfions Io four hundred,
THE I940 "HOUR GLASS"
of Fairporf High School
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YouTh may be expressed neaTly as a play-a drama
which we all play a parT. Whaf beTTer way To signi
youTh Than wiTh puppeTs--Those universally amusing, liTi
like liTTle Tigures whose span oT life depends upon The
maTerial? YouTh is similar. Our span oT liTe depenc
upon The maTerial we have in our bodies and minds. Supl
rioriTy spells immorTaliTy. MediocriTy spells oblivion.
School liTe sTrengThens The essenTial porTions of oi
minds and bodies. The classes oT which we have a qghoiq
are The builders oT our grey maTTer. The gymnasium an
ouTdoor Tield build our bodies To The poinT where The
resisT illness. PuppeTry is buT a smaller ediTion oT hi
maniTy. ln This "Hour G-lassi' The puppeTs visiT our schoi
and, lilce us, deparT upon aTTaining Their Tinal high schoi
degree-graduaTionl Forever onward, we Tread The pal
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l'low's This for beauTy?
The dwarT laughs buT noT
aT These boys!
An aTTenTive group is ap-
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himself To The inTricacies
OT The shop.
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You+h is +ha+ s+a+e or qualify of being young: fha? period beiween
childhood and- ma+uri+y. Af presen+ youih comprise more fhan one-fhird of
'ij +he enfire populafion of +he Unifed S+a+es. ln all hemispheres iheir number is
immense. To pro+ec+ +his greal' army, many reforms are advoca+ed, many
rnovemen+s creaied, and many experimen+s fried. Impor+an+ and ou+s+anding
among ihem is fhe school: +ha+ edifice we a++end for many years. gaining
lznowledge. aler+ness, and disciplined fraining.
This you+hful s+a+e may or may nof be pleasan+: we malxe if whal' we
will. We guide our own desfinies and carve our own niches. When we fail,
blame falls only upon ourselves. Oppor+uni+ies open +o us con+inually. Some
of fhem are neglecied. However, you+h does +alre advan+age of oppor+uni-
iies in many organizaiions, ins+i+u+ions, and business offices of +he world.
To fhe absfracl. Youfh, we, seniors of Fairporl' High School. dedicaie
our I940 "Hour Glass". We represeni you+h. We reach ma+uri+y soon buf
our places will be falcen again and again.
"You+h. wiih his confidence in unfried hands,
Stands poised +o begin
Meefing fhe fu+ure and all Life's demands,
So sure he can win." I
Diligenfly they sfudy on.
Do you know your lesson?
The hrs? row may come fo the desk
with iheir library slips.
Puiflng fha Glee Club Through iheir
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Miss Lillian L. Douglas
Mr. Thomas G. Coffee, Ph.B.
Superinfendenf of Schools
Superinfenclenf Thomas G. Coffee glances over 'rhe business of fhe day
placed before him by Secrefary Lillian Douglas. One of fhe many Things we
appreciafe mosf abou? Miss Douglas is her charming smile, plus an equally
charming array of minure planfs in fhe office windows. They lighfen The room
and provide a subiecf of conversafion for fhe chance visirors who musr waif a
few momenfs, Alfhough fhe faculry lease fhe secrefary abouf fhese planfs,
They offen bring liffle addifional offerings!
Thomas G, Coffee greefs everyone pleasanflyg always has a momenf fo
lisfen +o a pei grievance or fheory. His iolces and puns never fail fo bring
hearfy, responsive laughfer. Many of our alumni owe Their presenf posifions fo
his diligence and aid. We all owe him somefhing. He has guided us Through
many precious years. He always does rhings for our benefif and welfare.
Superinfendenf Coffeefs lcindliness wins him wide renown fhroughouf the com'
munify. His body may be small, buf fhe posifion he holds is large enough
for fhe largesf man!
Mr. Andrew C. Lynch, Principal
Sf. Bonavenfure College.
Miss Bernadine E. Nolan,
College of New Rochelle, A.B,
Principal Andrew C. Lynch spealcs wifh Vice-Principal Bernadine E.
Nolan of some school business. l-le is offen seen in her office falking earnesfly
abouf an imporfanf maffer and gaining her views on fhe subiecf. Miss Nolan
for many years has been a familiar figure in her office, 'reaching Lafin,wrifir1g
excuses for pupils, compiling fhe affendance lisf, or honor roll for fhe period.
Every sfudenf endeavors fo please her by his acfions, for she is respecfed
Principal Andrew C. Lynch conducfs one English class, besides accom-
plishing all his ofher dufies. He fakes each sfudenf info considerafion and a
word of praise from him is freasured. l-le has been parficipafing acfively in
fown affairs: fhe sfudenfs are well aware of fhis facf. They lilce fo hear his
splendid speaking voice. l-le is a qenfleman wifh many virfues which have
won him deep admirafion from every member of our cornmunify. Mr. Lynch
sfands before us-a splendid example for every aspiring sfudenf fo follow.
In an ehforl 'ro lhwarl disease and ill heallh
lor lhe many pupils who allend Fairporl l-ligh
School, Nurse Nina Bremer and Doclor
George Price conducl periodical examina-
lions. Everyone is weighed and measured and
given skill lesls in physical educafion. Miss
Rulh Donl: and Coach Joseph Cummings
main'l'ain slrrengfh in The youfhlul bodies by
heallhlul recrealional periods. These periods
are required lwice a weelc by lhe slale de-
parlmenl. For many years il has been lhe
praclice lo have a denfal hygienisl in school
To clean lhe pupils' +ee+h. Mrs. Camille
Toolan and Miss Frances La luppa have been
The denlal hygienisfs 'rhis year. One en-
lirely new class insfiluled lhis semes+er is
The road science class 'raughf by Mr. Slater.
ll belongs in lhe heallh deparlmenl, for if aids
'rhe avoidance of accidenfal dealh. The class
includes The melhod of prevenling accidenls.
inslruclion in proper driving and in The me-
chanism ol lhe aulomobile.
Miss Nino Bremer, RN.
School of Nursing.
Universily of Rochesfer
Ml-55 Rulll Donl' Mr- Joseph Cummlnqs Miss Frances La luppe D H
llllaca College Cofllafld Normal Rochesfer Denial Dispensary
Four years oT English are required in FairporT
l-ligh School. lnsTead of The dull, monoTonous
classes oT years gone by, The Teachers of Today sub-
sTiTuTe inTeresTing periods. Oral English has re-
ceived deTiniTe emphasis as being essenTial To every
ciTizens' TuTure career. During The course oT The
year The groups read plays, nov-
els, poeTry, biographies, and The
original eTTorTs of The sTudenTs.
Occasionally The rouTine is broken
by a debaTe, a moclc Trial, or
broadcasT, an educaTional moving
picTure or a visiT oT one oT The
alumni who relaTes experiences in
The business world or college.
Seniors especially appreciaTe
These visiTs as They loolc Torward
eagerly To liTe in The world They
have hiTherTo only observed.
There are always essays or
composiTions wriTTen Tor pracTice,
buT The senior class has a special
Andrew C, Lynch, A.B., M.A
ST. Bonaveniure College
Miss Frances J. Munn, A.B.
UniversiTy ol RochesTer
Miss Helen E. June, A.B.
' -sf jay '
Mr. Paul W. Allison, A.B., M.B.A.
Sl, Lawrence University,
Graduaie School of Business
Miss Margaref E. Forfmiller, AB.
New York S+a+e College for Teacher
Mr. Nelson R. Burfon, A.B., M.A.
New York Sfafe College for Teachers
proiecr 'ro connplele. They musl each wrile seven
Thousand five hundred words on a subiecf ol 'rheir
own choosing, This has arisen from lhe former
praclice ol requiring Thai speeches be given al
commencemeni exercises. Cur graduaiing group
no longer consisls of ius+ lwo or lhree people, so
lhar rhis melhod is no longer prac-
For oulside reading malerial
lhe school library is in conslanl
use. The second year sludenls
subscribe lor a weekly "Schola+ic
Magazine," Jrhe 'rhird year, a
monlhly "Reader's Digesln and
lhe fourlh year sludenls have fhe
Senior Book Club. New books are
added wiih each new year. Wilh
'rhe many liacililies in Eairpori
High School providing for belief'
English, no one should be guilfy of
a lack of inleresl.
Nearly every person in high school has laken an arf
course, or should lake one. ll is lruly essenrial for a well-
rounded educalion. ln The large, well-lighled arl room, the
curriculum includes charcoal drawings, block prinls, posler-
making, The copying ol someones lace for a large plale and
the crealion of lovely panels. Notebooks are required as
oufside work in mosl ol lhe courses.
A man who collecls painlings displayed
lhe besl ones lor our benelil during an
assembly program which grearly slim-
ulaled our inleresl in 'rhe beauly of lhe
nafural world. Ari sfudenls prepare
poslers for various aclivilies in school,
decorale lhe gymnasium for dances
and lake a very imporfanl parl in lhe
May exhibif. We also owe lhe "I-lour .
Glass" arf work lo lhe ellorls ol fhe
seniors who include arf courses in Their
Miss Esda L. Turner, AB,
llrockporf Normal, Syracuse Universily
, ' yvil
4' ny r ' """" '. ,',-gg
Mr. Harold W. Sfeinfeldf
Boys and girls bending over drawing
boards mean ThaT someday These TuTure
draTTsmen will be proving Their worTh in
The business world. To ouTsiders The
plaTes seem very complicaTed buT They
have a deTiniTe purpose. Then, down
below The sTairs, one hears The pounding
hammers and buzzing saws: one sees The
beauTiTul end-Tables and rugs The boys
Turn ouT. In a maze oT Tools and noise,
This group learns To work wiTh Their
hands. WiTh The aid of cadeT Teachers,
The boys have This year been able To
Tind a place for all The Tools: Thus a cer-
Tain harmony and order resulT. Each
year addiTional equipmenT is added:
each year The enrollmenT increases.
Work accomplished in The lndusTrial
ArTs DeparTmenT proves very useTul in laTer years To mosT
of Those who Take The subiecTs.
Miss Florence A. Sfolf, A.B.
Universify of Rochesler
Miss Bernardine E. Nolan. A.B.
College of New Rochelle
Miss Frances J, Munn, AB,
UniversiTy of RochesTer
LaTin is required in The nursing profession and Tor en-
Trance To mosT colleges. AT a Time when classical languages
are losing populariTy in schools and colleges, The enrollme-nT
in l.aTin classes in our school has mainTained iTs Torrner num-
ber all The Time and, in some years, has increased IT. Those
who are in The business world or inTend To enTer iT will Tre-
quenTly Tind French useful. BoTh languages lead To a more
Thorough knowledge oT The counTries
from which They come. They also en-
able The sTudenTs To use English more
easily and To widen Their vocabularies.
Language has been TaughT since Time
began. Thereiore, The Language De-
parTmenT oT FairporT High School oTTers
an exciTing advenTure To The eager sTud-
enTs who wish To become acquainTed
wiTh The background OT oTher naTions.
Mr. Leon B. Warner. A.B.
Miss Doris A. Brown, A.B.
U niversily of Rochesler
Miss Helen E. June, A.B.
The hisiory of our counfry and our anceslors is very
imporiani To 'fhe beffer undersianding of exisfing condi-
fions. We are 'raughi no? only European and American his-
Iory bu+ also Ihe organizalion of our governmenf. Teach-
ers require The correcl answer plus i+s background and why
+he pupil Thinks if is correcf. Though The queslion may nof
say "explain", explanafions are always in order. In 'the
siudy oi our governmenf we are faughf
Ihe necessary care required againsf
commifling wrongs. Laws are made nof
only for our profecfion buf for The pro-
Teclion of Iufure democracy. The So-
cial Sfuclies Deparfmenf is imporfanf fo
'rhe lives of The cifizens of fhe United
Sfaies, a democracy.
Arilhmelic always spells worried
looks and headaches plus ink slains on
lhe hands. Boolclceeping, using arilhme-
lic. brings more 'rhan ils share of
lrouble. Many a disgusled sfudenl says,
"l'll never go lo 'rhal class again", buf
The nexl day he is baclc lo worlc harder
lhan ever. When he 'fries lyping or
shorlhand, he finds lhem equally dif-
ficull. Accuracy means everyfhing To
good fyping, so, allhough we scoff al
lagging fingers, we envy Their painsfalc-
ing accuracy. Typing sludenls have
speed classes alfer school in which some
sludenfs dislinguish Themselves. Short
hand sludenls develop speed in making
fhose odd scrawls. Laughler follows if
The scrawls can'+ be read. bul if is slill
hand. A business career is praclical
business dominales The world.
quiclcer lhan long-
in lhis age when
Mr. Paul W. Allison, A.B., M,B,A,
Sl. Lawrence University
Graduale School of
Mrs. Gerlrude C. Ryon, A.B.
Mr. Edward K. Schworm, B,S.
New Yorlc Sfale Colleqe
Mr. Gilson M. Slaler, BS., M.Ed
Sl. Lawrence University
Mr. Joseph W. Cummings
Miss Helen J, Hodge, AB,
William Smilh College
The laboralory is a busy place in Fairporl High School
during any period of the day. Once in a while fhe experi-
menl "flops" and is evidenced by an odor! Usually, how-
ever, if ordinary care is exercised, The experimenfs prove
successful. Biology or general science is inferesfing, if
gruesome al limes. Microscopes and charfs illusfrale any
organ or germ which may nor be clearly underslood.
lnrermediale algebra, algebra, ge-
omelry, .and frigonomelry enioy equal
imporlance in The schedule. ln lhese
classes, sufiicienr care is falcen so Thai
each sludenf learns enough abouf fhe
subiecf 'ro apply rhe knowledge. Neces-
sary apparafus is being added each year
'ro make lhe sludies easier for fhe in-
creasing number ol pupils lalcing lhese
subiecfs which are required for enlrance
in nearly all colleges.
"ll you could only cook!" Well, we can Cook.-and also
sew and decorale. The Home Economics Deparfmenl
Teaches boys and girls 'ro cook meals, plan inexpensive ward-
robes, and sew their own clofhing. Husky foofball and
baskefball men look slighlly odd wilh floury noses and aprons
-buf who knows?-someday 'rhis educarion of "life in lhe
home" may prove helpful. If predicrions come True, if will
soon be fhe women who go our lo work
each morning. These men are iusf a
jump ahead of fhe orher males! Any
period of fhe day deliqhriul odors are
walled lhrough fhe halls and hungry
moufhs wafer for chocolafe cookies or
fresh pies. This year fhe deparfmenf
has been conducfinq a drive for new
sloves in The kirchen and has had
candy sales and a sale of magic slafes.
Miss Grace Schreiner, B.S.
Sfafe Teachers Colleqe, Buffalo
Mr. Carroll Vance
Crane School of Music, Pofsdam N
Miss Genevieve G, Wafson, B.
Easlman School of Music
One of The sweeTesT rewards in life comes iT one is
given a musical ear or a Tuneful voice. Born wiThouT Them,
iT is someTimes possible To acquire a cerTain Technique and
apTiTude in The arT. NeverTheless, The besT musicians are
Those born wiTh a Touch of music in Their souls.
To develop This musical sense, Fairporl l-ligh School has
a very special deparTmenT. IT conTains The class "Theory of
Music", The junior and senior bands, The
orchesTra, The Boys' and Girls' Glee
Clubs, and The Mixed Chorus. ln each
of These one Tinds a large enrollmenT of
musical sTudenTs eager To gain educa-
Tion. These groups enTerTain noT only
The sTudenT body buT The Towns people
as well. The FairporT High School Music
DeparTmenT has gained lasTing popular-
iTy Through iTs many ach?evemenTs.
For The firs+ lime This year we are
giving 'rhe ianilress and ianilors.
fhose indispensable individuals, a lair
share ol publicify in ihe senior annual.
Perhaps we somerimes forge? fhaf,
wi+hou+ lhem, our school would be a
sorry-looking affair. Seniors, as 'rhey
are aboui +o leave rhese familiar
Mrs. Daisy Cobb halls, wander back in lheir memories:
appreciaiion grows of lhe many aids
given by Mrs. Daisy Cobb. Mr. Louis
Hess. and Mr. McKean Bailey.
They are welcome sighis everywhere, sweeping lhe halls, emptying wasfebaslcefs.
shoveling snowy walks, and mowing +he lawns.
These people-our friends-have been here many years? we exfend a hearly
wish Thar for many more years fhey may sland af 'rheir posrs and wage lhe baffle
againsl dusf and disorder.
Mr. Louis Hess Mr. McKean Bailey
A. Mariorie Murphy
Philip M. Hospers
CAROLYN L. IASILE-Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation. I, 2, 3, 4: Cosmopolitan Club. 2.
3. 4: Junior Prom Committee: Stunt Night.
4: Senior Play Usher: Basketball, I. 2. 3, 4
Baseball. I. 2. 3. 4: Hiking Club, 2. 3: Soc
car. 2, 3, 4: Hit Pin Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4
Senior Float Committee.
FLORENCE E. ARNQLD-Glee Club. 4:
Senior Ball Committee: Stunt Night, 3, 4:
Si ma Chi Delta, 4: Student Patrol System:
School Chatter Staff: Girls' Athletic Associ-
ation. I, 2, 3, 4: Physical Education Demon-
GENEVIEVE BEATO-Senior Play Usher:
Girls' Athletic Association, I, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Honor Team. 3. 4: Senior Play Committee:
Stunt Night, 4: Hour Glass Statit: Cgsmo.
politen Club. 4: Basketball. l, 2, 3, 4: Base.
ball. I, 2. 3. 4: Volley Ball, I, 2, 3. 4: Hit
Pin Baseball. l. 2. 3. 4: Basketball Class
Team. 2. 3. 4.
DOROTHY J. BARNHART-Girls' Athletic
Association, I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 3, 4:
Sigma Chi Delta, 3, 4: Stunt Night, 4:
School Chatter Statt: Senior Play: Junior
Prom Committee: Treasurer of Junior Class:
Baslrotball, I, 2: Volley Ball, I, 2, 3: Baseball,
3: Physical Education Demonstration. 2.
ANETA ..l. BENEDICT-Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, I, 2. 3. 4: Basketball, 4: Volley
Ball, 2, 3.
RUTH J. BARNHART-Cosmopolitan Club.
4: Senior Float Committee: Senior Play
ELIZABETH BOWLBY-Stunt Night, I, 2:
I 2 3 4
Girls' Athletic Association, , ,
Basketball, I, 2: Volley Ball. 2: Socc
BETSY J. BELL-Girls' Athletic Association,
I, 2. 3. 4: Stunt Night, I: Sigma Chi Delta,
4: Senior Queen Candidate: Junior Prom
Committee: Glee Club, I, 4: Camera Club,
4: Cheer Leader. 3, 4: Victory Ball Commit-
tee, I: Senior Play Usher. '
E. CLAFLIN-Senior Play: Cosmopoli-
lub, 2: Student Patrol Systemg An,
.IEAN E. BUCK-Girls' Athletic Associa.
l'OfI.' I. 2, 3, 4: Physical Education Demon-
ration, 2: Basketball, I, 2, 3, 43 5,565,114
gf A' I. 2, 3. 4: I-lit Pin Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4.
Soccer, 2. 3, 43 Hilrinq, 4,
BLANCHE E. COPELAND--Poetry Club. 2:
Night Usher, 4: Senior Play Usher, 4:
Prom Committee: Girls' Athletic As-
on, I, 2, 3, 4.
MARILYN C. CASTOR-Stunt Night, 2. 3:
Band. I: Student Patrol System: Sigma Chi
Delta. 2, 3, 4: School Chatter Statt: Girls'
Athletic Association, I, 2. 3, 4: Junior Rep-
resentative, Student Association' Hour Glass
Statt: Physical Education Demonstration, 2:
Winter Carnival Queen.
EDITH l. DE DOMENICO-Junior Prom
Committee: Senior Ball Committee: Stunt
Night, 2, 3, 4: Hour Glass Statt: Banlzinq
Cashier, I, 2, 4: Girls' Athletic Association.
I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Float Committee: Student
Patrol System: Exhibit Chairman, 3: Victory
Ball Committee: Cosmopolitan Club, 4:
Physical Education Demonstration, 2: Bas-
ketball, I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4: Volley
Ball, I, 2. 3, 4: Hit Pin Baseball, I, 2, 3, 42
Soccer, I, 2. 3.4.
ESTHER DE VOLDER-Poetry Club, I, 2, 3:
Debate. 2: Cosmopolitan Club, 2, 3, 4:
School Chatter Statt, 2, 3: Hour Glass Edi-
tor-in-Chiet: Library Statl, 3, 4: Stunt Night,
2: Student Patrol System: Physical Educa-
tion Dernonstration. 2.
VIOLET J. ELLSWORTH-Girls' Athletic As-
sociation, I, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 4.
HELEN l. ERBLAND-Glee Club. I. 2, 3, 4:
Band, 3, 4: Band, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Asso-
Ciution. l- 2. 3. 'ti Stunt Night, 4: Hour
RITA M. ERBLAND-Glee Club, 2, 3 4
Band, 3, 4: Stunt Niqht, 4: Girls' Athle ic
Association, I, 2, 3.4.
HELEN E. GIFFORD-Girls' Athletic Associ-
ation, I, 2, 3. 4: Hour Glass Stott: Cosmo-
politan Club, 3, 4, President, 4: Secretary of
the Senior Class: Stunt Night, 2: Library
Statt, 4: Senior Ball Candidate: Basketball, I,
2, 3, 4: Baseball. I, 2, 3, 4: Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4:
Hit Pin Baseball, 1.2, 3.4.
Y V. HALL-Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4:
MARGARET M. GUARINO-Girls' Athletic
Association, I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play Usher:
Senior Float Committee: Hiliing Club. 2,
3, 4: Junior Prom Committee: Physical Edu-
cation Demonstration, 2.
Camera Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4: Girls'
Athletic Association, I, 2, 3. 4: Stunt Night,
4: Senior Play Day Committee: Physical Edu-
cation Demonstration, 23 Cosmopolitan
GLADYS I. JENSEN-Girls' Athletic Associ
ation, 2. 3.4.
ELIZABETH J. HALM-Sigma Chi Delta, 2,
3. 4: Girls' Athletic Association, I, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 2: Cheer Lead.
er, 3, 4: Physical Education Demonstration,
2: Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, I. 2, 3, 4:
Soccer, I, 2, 3, 4: Volley Ball, I, 2, 3, 4: Hit
aseball, I, 2.3. 4: Senior Ball Commit-
tee Captain of Honor Team 2.
ARLEA N. KISHBAUGH-Glee Club, I:
Girls' Athletic Association, I, 2, 3. 4: Cam-
era Club, 3: Junior Prom Committee: Senior
Ball Committee: Basketball, 2. 3. 4: Base-
ball, 2. 3, 4: Soccer, 2, 3, 4: Hit Pin Base-
ball, 2, 3, 4.
EMMA K. HEPT-Glee Club, I, 4: Orches-
tra, 2, 3: Band, 4: Sigma Chi Delta, 2, 3, 4:
Camera Club, 3: Stunt Night, 4: School
Chatter Statt: Senior Play: Hour Glass Statti
Secretary ot Student Association: Treasurer
ot Music Association: Senior Ball Candidate.
EMMA H. HUIER-Girls' Alhlellic Associa-
Iion, I, 2. 3. 4: Bank Cashier. 3: Librarian
of Senior Book Club: Physical Educefion
Demonsiralicn. 2: Baseball, 2: Basketball. 2,
3: Soccer, 2: Volley Ball, 2, 4: Hiking Club.
2: Hif Pin Baseball. 2. 3.
MARGUERITE L. KITTLE-Girls' Afhlalic
Associavion, I, 4: Band, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra,
2, 3: Glee Club. 3. 4: Sfunl' Nighl, 4: School
Challer Slaflg Volley Ball Manager, 4: Trom-
bone Choir, 4: Hiking Club. 2: Physical Edu-
caiion Damonsfrafion, 2: Music Fasfival
MARJORIE E. JACOISON-Camera Club.
l. 2, 3. Treasurer. 3: Glas Club, l, 2. 3, 4-
Slunf Night, 4: Senior Play Commillee: Siu-
denr Palrol Sysiem: Hiking Club Manager:
Physical Educafion Dernonsfralion. 2: Girls'
Alhlelic Associalion I 2 3 4 H
. , . . : onorTeam,
2. 3: Senior Rapresentafive of G. A. A.:
Cosmopolifan Club. 3, 4.
ARLEN 3, 4:
Bank Cashier. 3.
E B. KOHL-Glea Club. 2.
DORIS L. KRAMER-G'I
irs' Alhlefic Asso-
cialion, I, 2. 3, 4: Band. I. 2, 3. 4: Orches-
Ira, 3: Glea Club, 4: Slunl Nigh1,4:Camera
JOSEPHINE LA ROSA-Cosmopoliran Club.
4: Honor Team, 3, 4: Slunf Night. 4:
Girls' Afhlelic Associafion. I, 2. 3. 4: Jun-
ior Prorn Commifleaz Bank Cashier 4- Cl
, , ass
Team Baskelball. 2, 3. 4: Physical Educa-
Iion Demonsfral' 2-
ion. , Baseball, I, 2. 3, 4:
Baskefball. I, 2. 3. 4: Hi' Pin Baseball. I.
2, 3, 4: Vollay Ball, I, 2, 3. 4: Hiking Club.
l. 2. 3.4.
IETTY J. MOORE-Glaa Club, I, 2, 3. 4:
Band, I, 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus. 3. 4: Sfudenf
Patrol Sysfam: Sigma Chi Della 3. 4: Bank
Cashier, I: Vollay Ball Manager, 3: Baskef-
ball Manager, 4: Girls' Arhlebic Association.
I, 2, 3, 4.
GRACE M. LAWSON-Girls' Aihle9ic As-
sociafion. I, 2, 3, 4: Srunf Niqhf Usher, 4:
Sanior Floal Commillee: Baskelball, 2. 3:
Baseball. 3: Hiking Club, I, 2. 3, 4: Valley
Ball, I, 2. 3, 4: Soccer, I, 2. 3. 4.
HELEN M. LAWSON-Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, I. 2. 3. 4: Stunt Night Usher, 4:
Soccer, I. 2, 3, 4: Volley Ball, I, 2. 3, 4:
Hit Pin Baseball, I. 23 Baslietball. 2: Base-
ball, 3: Hiking Club. 2. 3, 4.
MARGARET A. MESSERINO-French Club.
mo olitan Club 4 Student Patrol
4 Cos p ' . :
System: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Ball
Committee: Girls' Athletic Association, I. 2.
3 4 Library Statt, 3, 4: Physical Education
Demonstration. 2: Baslretball, I, 2, 3. 4: Base-
ball I 2 3 4 Volley Ball I 2 lley
Ball Manager, 2.
IKMA M. MICHAEL-Hour Glass Staff:
Junior Prom Committee: Stunt Night. 3:
School Chatter Statl: Cosmopolitan Club.
43 Girls' Athletic Association. l, 2, 3 4
Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Baseball. 2. 3, 4:
ley Ball. I, 2, 3. 4: Hit Pin Baseball. 2, 3 4
Basketball Class Team, 2, 3, 4.
JUDITH L. MONTAGLIANO-Stunt Night
2, 3: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Float
Committee: Girls' Athletic Association, I, 2,
3, 4. ,M
A. MARJORIE MURPHY--Girls' Athletic
Association, I, 2. 3, 43 Debate, 2, 3, 4:
Poetry Club, 3: Glee Club, 3, 4: Cosmopoli-
tan Club 2. 3, 4: Stunt Night, 4: Senior
Play: Junior Prom Commitee: French Club,
4, Secretary. 4: Senior Float Committee:
Library Statt, 3, 4. Cosmopolitan Play, 3. 4:
Physical Education Demonstration. 2: Soccer,
3: Baseball, I. 2. 3: Basketball, I, 2 3
Volley Ball. I, 2, 3: Hit Pin Baseball, I
ANNE E. NAUGHTON-Poetry Club. 32
Girlsl Athletic Association, I, 2, 3, 4: Cos-
mopolitan Club, 2. 3: Senior Play Com-
mittee: Junior Prom Committee: Stunt Night
Committee, 4: Bowling. 4.
ALYCE N. PERGRIM--Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation. 2, 3. 4: Glee Club. 3. 42 Sigma Cltl
Delta, 3, 4: Stunt Night, I: Student Dues
Collector, I: Senior Play Committee: Bas-
Iiatball, I. 2: Baseball. I, 2: Bowlinq, 4.
Volley Ball. I. 2.
FRANCES E. PIDINKOFSKI-Girls' Athletic
sociation. I, 2, 3, 4.
WINNIFRED R. RANDOLPH-Cosmopolh
tan Club, 4: Camera Club. 3: GIGS Club. 22
Stunt Night Usher, 4.
HOPE E. RANNEY-Girls' Athletic Associa
tion, 2, 3, 4, S: Bank Cashier, I. 2, 3. 4
Valley Ball, I, 2, 3. 4, 5: Baseball, I, 2, 3
4, 5: Soccer. I. 2, 3. 4, S: Hikinq Club
2, 3, S.
CATHERINE RINALDO-Girls' Athletic As-
sociation, 2, 3: Volley Ball. 2, 3: Baseball, 2:
Basketball, 2, 3: Soccer, 2. 3: Hit Pin Base-
ball, 2. 3: Hiking Club, 2.
JANE B. ROBERTSON-Sigma Chi Delta,
2, 3, 4, President, 4: Dramatic Club, 2, 3,
4, Secretary. 4: Poetry Club, I: Glee Club.
l, 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus. 2, 3. 4: Senior
Play: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Ball
Committee: Stunt Night, I, 2, 3. 4: Girls'
Athletic Association, I, 2, 3, 4.
LOUISE V. SCHERMERHORN-Girls' Ath-
letic Association. I, 2, 3, 4, President, 4.
Junior Representative, Freshman Represen-
tative: Sigma Chi Delta. 2. 3, 4, Treasurer.
4: Girls' Honor Team. 3. 4: Camera Club.
3: Secretary ot Junior Class: Custodian ol
Flag. 3: Junior Prom Committee: Basketball
Class Team, 2. 3. 4. Captain, 3: Stunt Night,
3: Basketball, I. 2, 3 4: Baseball. I. 2, 3, 4'
Valley Ball, I. 2, 3, 43 Hit Pin Baseball, l,
2. 3, 4.
DITA M. RUSSELL-Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion. I, 2. 3. 4: Poetry Club. I, 2, 3, 4:
Cosmopolitan Club. 2: Junior Prom Com-
mittee: School Chatter Statt: Physical Edu
cation Demonstration, 2: Cosmopolitan Play,
2: Hour Glass Staff: Hiking Club, 3: Stunt
Night, 2' Christmas Card Committee: Bas-
ketball 3' l-lit Pin Baseball, 3- Soccer, 7 3
GENEVIEVE SAPORITO-Senior Play Usher:
Girls' Athletic Association. I, 2, 3, 4' Physi-
cal Education Demonstration, 2: Senior Ball
Committee: Basketball Class learn, 2, 4-
Basketball, I. 2. 3. 4: Baseball, l. 2, 3, 4- Hit
Pin Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4' Hikin Club
g , I, 2, 3.
4: Soccer. I. 2. 3. 4' Volley Ball, I, 2, 3, 4.
RUTH S. SALMON-Girls' Athletic Ase
sociation. I, 2 3 4- Physical Educaf'
Demonstration 2' Junior Prom Comrriiltr-o
EVELYN K. SHARP-Cosmopolitan Club. 2.
' 2 3 4'
: Girls' Athletic Association, I, ,
3 Hour Glass
Poetry Club. I, 2. 7 Statt:
Physical Education Demonstration, 2: Bank
' ' ' sketball, I.
Cashier, 3, Baseball. I, 2. 3, Ba
2. 3: Hit Pin Baseball, I. 2, 3: Volley
I, 2. 3: Hiking Club, 2, 3: Senior
GERTRUDE M. SHERMAN-Stunt Night. 2:
Girls' Athletic Association. I, 2, 3, 4: Bas-
ketball Class Team, 3, 4: Soccer, I. 2, 3, 4:
Valley Ball. I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, I, 2. 3, 4,
Hit Pin Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4: Hiking Club, 2. 3.
MARY M. SPERINO-Girls' Athletic Aeso-
2 3 4 Stunt Night 2 3 4:
cietion, l, , , : , .
Stunt ittee 2 3 4' Juni r
Niqht Comm , . . . o
Committee: Senior Play: Hour Glass
Staff: Library Statt. 3, 4: Cosmopolitan
Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice4President. 4: Basketball.
I. 2. 3, 4: Baseball, I. 2. 3, 4: occer, I. 2
3, 4: Hiking Club. 2. 3: Hit Pin Baseball
I, 2. 3. 4.
ANNA J. SLOCUM-Girls' Athletic Associ-
ation, I, 2. 3, 4: Camera Club. 3. 4: Glee
Club, 2. 3, 4: French Club. 4: Baseball, I, 2.
3, 4: Basketball. I. 2, 3, 4: Volley Ball, 2. 4.
BEATRICE E. TRACK-Girls' Athletic
ciation. I, 2. 3, 4: Poetry Club.
JOYCE N. STAFF-Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4:
Band. 2. 3, 4: Sigma Chi Delta. 2. 3. 4: Stunt
Night. 2, 4: Hour Glass Statt: Junior Prom
Committee: Senior Ball Committee: Senior
Ball Queen Candidate: Orchestra, 2: Base-
ball Ass't Manager. 3: Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation ,.,. 4: Basketball, 2. 4: Volley
I 2 3
Ball 2. 4: Soccer, I: Hit Pin Baseball. 3.
HELEN F. WADEIKIS-Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation. I, 2: Junior Prom Committee
French Club, 4: Physical Education Demon-
ALICE M. TRIMILE-Student Association.
,- .R .
PHYLUS J. VALENTINE-Senior Play: Stu-
dent Patrol System: Stunt Night, 3, 4: Poetry
Club, l, 2, 3, 4: Debate Club, 2, 3, 4: Cos-
mopolitan Club, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Manager, 3:
General Manager ot G. A. A., 2: Hour Glass
Staff: School Chatter Statt: Glas Club, 2, 4:
Mixed Chorus. 4: Junior Prom Committee:
Senior Ball Committee: Volley Ball, I, 4: Li-
brary Stalt, 4: Treasurer ot Senior Class.
ISABELLE V. YORTON-Girls' Athletic As-
sociation, l, 2. 3. 4.
BARBARA R. WILSON-Sigma Chi Delta.
3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association, I, 2, 3, 4:
Announcement Committee, 4: Junior
Prom Committee: Senior Ball Committee:
French Club, 4: Physical Education Demon-
stration, 2: Stunt Night, 4.
ROSE M. ZlTO-Girls' Athletic Association
I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Ball Committee: Junior
Prom Committee: Basketball. I, 2, 3, 4:
Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4: Hit Pin Baseball, I, 2,
3, 4: Soccer, l, 2, 3, 4' Volley Bell, l, 2,
3, 4: Hiking Club 2, 3. 4' Recreational
Games, l 2, 3, 4.
NORMAN M. ALFE-G-lee Club, 2, 3, 47
Poetry Club, 3, 4: Stunt Night. 2. 3, 4: Jun-
ior Prom Committee: Senior Ball Committee'
Senior Play: Hour Glass Statlz Debate
Squad, 4: Senior Float Committee: Football.
4: Traclr 3: Intramural Basketball, 3, 4.
GORDON F. ALLES-Glee Club, I. 2. 3
4: Poetry Club. 3, 4' Stunt Night, 2, 3, 4
Junior Prom Committee' Senior Ball Com
mittee' Senior Float Committee' l-toni
JAMES BEATO-Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Inna.
mural Baseball, l. 2, 3, 4' Student Patrol,
3, 4: Stunt Night: Junior Prom' Physical
RAYFIELD C. AMES-Glee Club, I, 2: Glee
Club Pianist, 3: Senior Ball Committee
Senior Float Committee: Stunt Night, 4,
LA VERNE G. BARNUM-Bend, I, 2, 3, 4:
Slunl Niqhr I 3' Glee Club I '
. . . . .23 Senior
Floal Commirfee: Senior Ball Commiflee:
Junior Prom Commifree: Radio Club: Inlra-
mural Basketball, I.
JAMES H. BARTELS-Glee Club 4: I t
, n ra-
mural Basketball, 3: Inlramural Bas
JOHN F. BELL-Stun? Night, I: Alpha
Bela Phi 3 4' F
, . , oofball, I, 3, 4: Inrra-
mural Baskelball, I, 2, 3, 4: Inframurel
Baseball, I, 2. 3, 45 Track, 3, 4: Wreslling
learn. 3: Slicl: I-locliey, 2.
WILLIAM J. BODE, JR.-Radio Club.
PAUL W. BRIGGS-Slunl Night I, 2, 4.
Dramalic Club, 3, 4: Alpha Beta Phi, 3, 4:
President of Senior Class: School Challer
Sl H' ' '
a, Junior Prom Comrmllee' Phys'cal
Educalion Demonsfrafion, 2: lnframural
s efball, I, 2, 3. 4: Inrramurgl Baseball
I 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 3, 4: Cheer I
-Sfunl Night, I: Sen
ior Ball Comrnifree: Football. I 2 3 4
Inrrarnural Bqslcefball, I, 2, 3, 4: 'lniismlu
Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4: Baslxeiball, 2: Serrerar
nf lnlramural Baslnefball, 4.
Foorball, 2, 3: W
mural Baseball, I, 2, 3. 4.
ROBERT E. CONNOLLY-Sfunf Night, I:
Bloclc F, 4: Junior Prom Commirfee: Senior
Ball Commilfes: Tracln, 2, 3. 4: Foorball, 4:
Baslnelball, 2, 3, 4: All Star Baseball, 3:
Slick Hockey, 2. 3: Physical Educelion Dem
cnslrafuon, 2: lniramural Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4:
Inframural Baslnerball, I.
HAROLD J. CLAYTON-Physical Educa
lion Demonsfralion. 2: Glee Club, 2 3 4
Senior Ball Committee: Track, I, 2 3
reslling, 3: Slick Hoclroy
2, 3: Inlramural Basketball. I, 2, 3, 4 In
GEORGE R. DOUGLAS-Band. I, 2. 3, 4:
Orchesfra. 2, 3, 4: Glas Club, I, 2, 3, 4:
Mixed Chorus, 4: Junior Prom Commirlaeg
Senior Ball Commiliee: Siunl Night, 2, 3, 4:
Physical Educafion Demonsirafion, 2: Slick
Hockey. 2: Inframural Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4: In-
tramural Baslrefball, I, 2, 3, 4: Foorball
DANIEL F. CROWELL-Band, I. 2, 3, 4
Orchasira, 3, 4: Senior Float Comrniffee
Senior Ball Commiireez Junior Prom Com
miiieei Camera Club, 4: lnframural Baslrei
loall, I, 2: lniramural Baseball, I.
ROBERT J. FERRIS-Sluni Niqlir, I: Dra-
maric Club, 4: Junior Prom Comrniffee: Sen-
ior Floaf Cornmilfee: School Chaiiar Sfafi:
lnframural Baselrerball, I, 4: lnframural Base-
ball, I, 2, 3, 4: Foofball, 2, 3, 4: Baslcelball,
2: Hockey. 3.
JOHN D. DU BOIS-Hour Glass Siafi'
Junior Prom Commifreez Senior Ball Com-
miileez Cheer Leader, 2: Baslrelball. 2, 3, 4-
Foofball, 4: lnrramural Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4:
Ping Pong, 4: Band, I, 2.
CROCIE A. FIANDACH-Sfudenr Pair-ol
SYSIBWC Wresllinq. 3: Senior Ball Commit-
Iee: Junior Prom Comrnirree: Senior Play
Comrnirreey lnframural Baslrerball, 2, 3: ln-
Irarnurcl Baseball, 2, 3.
GAEORGE B. ELLIOTT-Glee Club, I:
Nlqhi, 4: lnrramural Baslrelball, I: Traci: 4.
EMANUEL LAZERSON-Srunr Niqhr, 4:
Hour Glass SIa'I'I: Senior Ball Commifree:
Junior Prom Commiiree: Baslreiball, 2, 3, 43
Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4: Inrramural Baslcefball, I:
Foofball, 2. 3, 4: Sficlr Hoclcey, 2: Ping Pong,
2, 3, 4: Iraclr, 4,
FRANK A. FARGNOLIMBand, I. 2,
Orchesfra. 2, 3, 4: Camera Club, 4.
HCWARD I. FOOTE-Debate, I, 2: School
Chatter. Editor-in-Chief: Glee Club. 2, 3, 41
Senior Ball Committee: Hour Glass Staff.
Business Manager: Student Patrol System:
Poetry Club, 2: Camera Club. I: Male
Quartet, 4: Band, 3, 4: Stunt Night, 3. 4:
Senior Commencement Usher, 3, Guardian
of the Flag, 4: Track, I. 2. 3, 4: Basketball
Manager. 4: Mixed Chorus, 2.
RONALD H. GOOD-Senior Ball Commit-
tee: Stunt Night, 2, 4: Student Patrol Sys-
tem: Junior Prom Committee: Camera Club,
4: Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus, 2, 3,
4: Male Quartet, 4.
MARVIN HOLTER-Wrestling, 3: Football.
2: Tumbling. 3: Physical Education Dem-
onstration: Alpha Beta Phi Amateur Contest.
PHILIP M. HOSPERS-Debate, 2, 3, 41
Stunt Niqht, 4: Senior Play: Hour Glass
Staftg School Chatter Stall, Ass't. Editor?
Student Association Treasurer: Prize Spealz-
inq, 3: Intramural Baseball, I, 2, 3.4: Intra-
mural Baslretball, I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom.
General Chairman: Physical Education Dem-
onstration, 2: Football. 3.4.
THEODORE A. KING-Stunt Night, 3, 43
Junior Prom Committee: Senior Ball Com-
mittee: Student Patrol System: Senior Play
WILLIAM H. LAIRD-Stunt Night, l, 43
Hour Glass Stall: Junior Prom Committee:
Senior Ball Committee: Blocln F, 41 Senior
Float Committee: Band, I, 2, 3, 4: Senior
Play Committee: Intramural Basketball, 2,
3, 4: Football, I, 2, 3: Wrestling, 3.
JULES J. LAZERSON-Senior Ball Com-
mittee: Junior Prom Committee: Stunt
Night, 2: Intramural Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4:
Intramural Baslcetball, I, 2, 3, 4: Stick
Hockey, 2, 3: Football, 2, 3, 4: Physical
Education Demonstration, 2: Senior Float
FREDERICK D. LEARY-Stunt Night, I, 2, 3.
4: Glee Club, 3, 4: Christmas Play, 3g Min-
strel Show, 2.
DONALD A. LE FROIS-Dramatic Club. 3,
4, President, 4: Vice-President of Junior
Class: School Chatter Statt: Senior Ball
Committee: Student Patrol System: Hour
Glass Staft: Senior Play: Winter Carnival
King: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 3, 4:
Track Manager, 4: Ping Pong, 3: Intramural
Baseball, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball, 2, 3.
ELMER C. LEOPOLD-Band, 4: Orrttes
t Night 3 l tra
tra, 3: Glee Club, 4: Stun ' . '
mural Basketball, 4: Intramural Baseball, 4.
RAYMOND J. MOORE-Stunt Niqtit, I'
Alpina Beta Plii, 3, 4, President, 4' Block F
4: Junior Prom Committee- Senior Ball Com
mittee: Football, I, 2. 3, 4: Basketball, I, 2'
Track, I, 23 Intramural Basketball. I, 2, 3
Intramural Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4: Hockey, 3'
Senior King Candidate.
GLENN K. LOSEY-Orclncslra. 3, 41
Prom Committee: Stunt Niqlwt, 4-
Club, 4: Ping Pong, 3, 4: Intramural Bas-
ketball, 3, 4.
WILLIAM R. SCHUTT-Stunt Niqlit Com-
mittee, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Committee: Sen-
ior Ball Committee: Senior Play: Alpha Beta
Phi. 3, 4: Prize Speaking, 2: Cheer Leader. 3,
4: Intramural Basketball, I. 2, 3: Intramural
Hockey. 3: Football, I, 2, 3, 4: Track, 2, 3, 4.
LEWIS MASCIANGELO--President of Jun-
ior Class: Stunt Night, 2: Student
System: Senior Ball Ctiairinan: President ol
French Club, 4: President of Student
Ciotion, 4: Sopliomore Representative ol
Student Association, 2: 5lock F, I,
2, 3, 4.
President, 4: Football, I, 2. 3, 4: Basketball,
I. 2, 3, 43 Pinq Pong, 3, 4: lntr
Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Track, I, 2, 3,
RAY R. SICKELS-Senior Ball Committee
Senior Float Committee: Junior Prom Com-
mittee: Stunt Night, I, 2, 3, 4: Poetry Club
3, 4: Football, I, 2: Track, I, 2, 3, 4: Inna.
mural Basketball 3, 4: Intramural Baseball
I. 3, 4.
ELMER G. MINWELL-Intramural Ir
Intramural Baseball, I.
JAMES PRESCOTT-Block F, 3, 4: Alpha
Bata Phi, 3, 4, Secretary, 4: Student ASSO.
cualion Vice-President, 4: Student Patrol Sys
lem? Senior Class Vice-President' Fgcfi
ballf Zi 3. 47 Track, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, I, 2,
3. 47 Basketball, 2, 3. 4,
ROBERT L SOLES T I I 2
. - rac. , , 3, 4: Intra-
mural Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling, 33
Football, ll, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night, I, 23 Bloglq
ls- 3441 PM: POHQ. 3.415113 Hockey, 3,4,
HERMAN STOLT-Block F, 4, Treasurer, 4:
Junior Prom Committee' Senior Ball Com,
mittee: Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Intramural
Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4: lnlramural Basketball, I,
RAYMOND F. UNGER, JR.fl'lambur'q
High School, I, 2: Glee Club, 3, 4: Orches-
tra, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus, 3, 4: Stunt Niqht,
4: Senior Float, 4: Wrestlunq. 3.
WILLIS E. VAN DER MALLIE--Intramural
Basketball, I. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Base-
ball, I, 2, 3, 4: Track, 3, 4: Ping Pong, 3, 4:
Stick Hockey, 2.
VERNON C. UNGER-Hamburg High
School, I, 2: Stunt Niqht, 4: Orchestra, 3.
4: Mixed Chorus, 2, 4: Glee Club, 3, 4: In-
tramural Baseball, 3, 4: Football, 3, 4: Band,
JOHN D. WARDfDebate. 3. 4: Play Con-
test, 4: Dramatic Club. 4: Student Patrol
Systom: Camera Club, I: Traclr, I, 2' Ass't
Basketball Manager, 3, 4: Physical Educa-
tion Demonstration, 2.
LEONARD G. WOOD-Band, I, 2, 3, 4:
Orchestra, 43 Stunt Night, 4: Camera
Club. 4: Sticlc I-loclcey, 2: Track, 3. 4.
President Paul Briggs
Vice-Presiclenl, James Prescofl
Treasurer, Phyllis Valenfine
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Miss Grace Schreiner The Jumor Class Ring
Mr. Leon B. Warner
PUPPET-LIKE, JUNIORS IMITATE SENIOR SELF-GOVERNMENT
5 4 G. Beard C. Thomosma A, Bairaqiini J. Dixon
Homeroom Adivlfy Presidenf Secretary Treasurer Vice4Presidcn1
Third Row: G. Brien, D. Nemyier, T. Wheeler, K. Bumpus, J. Pennise, G, Sfiner,
Second Row: A. BaTTaqlini, G. Hubbard, W, McGinnis, M, PeTers, R, Holdnrness,
L. ClayTon, R. Holfer, R. Belf, N. Tobin.
First Row: M Cascini, H. Masciangelo, M. Lord, H. Cobb.
The class oT '4l "came inTo iTs own" This year when iT enTered The ranks OT upper class-
men, ITS members have readily proved Themselves able To Talce Their places and assume Their
responsibilihes as iuniors.
ScholasTically, The honor oT The class is being upheld by George Beard, Edward Ryder,
Carolyn Thomagma, Jean Flanagan, WiniTred l-larT, Helen AiTchison, Tom Wheeler, and Richard
Hawverg while on The TooTball lield and baslceiball courT Donald ScoTT, Henry Masciangelo, Joe
Third Row: R. Phillips, J. Furman, E. Ryder, M. Dirkx, M. Bridges, A. Harlley,
J. Neiss, B. EnTer.
Second Row: R. Williams, R. Towner. M. Trau, C. Paulsen, R. Schooln-iasfer, H.
Sauer, D. ScoTT, H. Aifchison, C. Trew,
Firsf Row: R. Adams, A. Ganser, A. Benfonfe, B. Bulman.
HE CLASST .
Third Row: V. ShulTs, H. WhiTman, H. Caullcins, l. PriTchard, C. Marchiole, M.
Granger, V. Denny. -
Second Row: K. Gropp, W. Cornelius, A. Barranco, J. Marvin, M. Clark, H.
Cuddebaclc, J. Dixon, J. ProTeTa, D. MarleTT.
FirsT Row: G. Beard, E. Cornelius, B. Frederick, J. Delegwardia.
ProTeTa, Jack Dixon, and Bill Burke carry on, helping To gain new laurelslfor l:airporT l-ligh.
Members of The iunior class have parTicipaTed, under The ediTorship OT Edward Ryder,
in Turning ouT The "School ChaTTer". h
OTher acTiviTies To which The class poinTs wiTh pride are iTs Talcing OT second place in
STunT Night and The work in The debaTe club of Jean Flanagan, Carolyn Thomasma, David Ney-
mier, Jaclc Ward, and many oThers. lT is proud, Too, OT iTs budding dramaTisTs and musicians.
This class, wiTh iTs oTTicers and advisors, is preparing To ouTdo iTselT nexT year as seniors.
Third Row: W. Honeclc, W. l'larT, H. G-ill, R. Harmon, R. Hawver, H. Bielar.
Second Row: J. Flanagan, D. Harris, G. Brien, P, Monfemaro, M. Benfonfe, B.
Burlce, E. Johnsfon, M. BeTz, C. Thomasma.
FirsT Row: E. Lewis, M. Bieler, W. Bulman, J. Allen. L, Chiccino.
THE CLASS yy
Third Row: N. Tiraborelli,, H. Moody. H. Loveless, J. Schrader, R, Slellufo. A.
Martin, S. Ansuini, F. Casella, V. Schrader.
Second Row: J, Fislr, B. Bowerrnan, l. Ackerman, J. Kenney, R, Hoclnenberry, G.
Scarazzo, G. Wagner, T. La Pieira, R, Williams.
First Row: E, Honeclm, R, Wood, E. Conover, C. Slefien, S, Marnmoccio.
The class oi I942 has Iayally and Tully lived up lo The high alandards of our school by
H5 fine show ol school spiril and enlhusiaslic parlicipalion. Conlained wilhin The sophomore class
are many candidalee lor lhe honors which Fairporl High affords.
Fine scholaslic records have been sei by many of The sludenls for The pas? lwo years.
George Wagner, Dorolhy Laird, Lyle De Mocker, Nancy Defro, Barbara Pierce, Robe-rl Hoclaen-
bury, Dorolhy Miller. Richard Hill, and John Deal have carved lheir niches in Fairporrs scholasfic
"Hall oi Famed.
Ralph Wood, Bob LeFrois, Nicls Tiraborelli, Bill Williams, Sam Ansuini, Richard Hill, Dom-
enic Benedelli, and Jaclq Kenney have well proved lheir alhleric abilily, Through lheir eiloris
Third Row: F. O'l.eary, J. Pierce, A. Jackson, F. Bealo, N, Marchioli, B. Robe
son, J. Deal, G. King, A. Neiss, F. Delegwardia
Second Row: J. Seslifo, D. l-lull, G. Bennefl, G. Breemes, M. Shilling, H. Kohl,
N. Delro, L. De Moclrer, L. Di Risio.
Firsl Row: L. Barfololfa, J. Accarclo, T. Balfisfoni, D. Benedelli, M. Rizzo, C.
Third Row: E. Schull, R. Provenzano, G. Earl, D. Sage, E, Dilmas. F. Harrigan,
C. Gibbs. G. Wixsom, E. Sfoll, R. Rohr, R, Benneff.
Second Row: E. Kramer. I. Baslian, A. Mac Neill, T. Ashby, W. Burke, D. Hospers.
L. Hembrock, M. lngianni, A. Phillips, T. Porreca,
Firsl Row: E. Pidinkofski, J. Foofe, D. Balfaglini, E, Babcock, E. Salmon, W.
Danforlh, C. Hansen.
lhe name ol 'rhe Red and Blue has noi only been spread abroad, buf will conlinue io be.
Many ol The sludenls have been ailracled by exlra-curricular aciivifies offered by The
school. Berfhs on fhe debare squad are held by Barbara Pierce, Joyce Foofe, Alice Jackson,
George Wixsom. George Wagner, and John Deal. Many olher sophomores are included in 'rhe
ranks of The numerous social orqanizalions. Special aclivifies are well supporled by The class
Cooperaiion is siressed by The sophomores. This friendly group ol sludenrs is always
willing 'ro work, bolh wirh lhe school ilseli and wilh 'rhe leachers. By no means is rhe class Ol
l942 fhe weak link in lhe chain fhal binds our lair school logelher.
Third Row: G. De Will, W. Barllell, M. Losey. J. Rearson, R. Hall, F. School-
masfer, B. Parsons, C. Vander Mallie, J. Lerzak.
Second Row: E. Kramer, B. Pierce, R. Ward, D. Laird, R. Hill, J. Clark, D.
Blum, A, Accardo, G. Polvino.
First Row: J Carini, M. Facer, R. Hickey, D. Bueq, G. Wilhelm.
Third Row: 6. Valenline, J. Hummel, T. Daurizio, V, Sleflen, C. Adams. J.
Sanlini. R. Busharl, J. Lerzalc, E. Priesf, W. Fernaays.
Second Row: L. Kleinhenz, R, Bennelf, R. Sfeubing, N. Clarlr, J. Wafson, W.
Gilbert, B. Gross, M, Freer, l-l, Borlchuis, M. Allyn, E. Aidridge. ,
Firsl Row: R. Trimble. P. Grabb, G. Broolcs, E. Dinse, K. Hess, T. Van Borlle.
Lasl lall lhe upper classmen ol Pairporl l-ligh School viewed many opened-eyed fresh-
rnen, as, lor lhe lirsl lime, lhey enlered info high school life.
For lhe lirsl few weelcs lhey Tried 'rhe pafience ol all The S. P, S. and leachers. buf lhey
Hoon found lheir place in bolh classroom and social life.
Midayear exams found many promising sludenls, wilh Eleanor Aldridge, Rufh Bushari
Third Row: J, Arnold, R. Barranco. D. Gardner, D. Hammond. A. Eclrler, A.
Benfiveqna, J. Sraley. J. Fisk, J, Holler, E. Kohl, F. King.
Second Row: M. Phillips, Y. Monfernaro, M. Phillips, G. Gropp, M. Jabouf. D.
Ranney, 6. Phillips, M. Walls, J. Kier.
First Row: C. Richards, A. Kesler, R. Trew, W. Bieler, C. Whipple.
Third Row: J. Young, K. Bowerman, J. Douglas, B. Vander Mollie. R. Dudley,
E. Lewis, A. Peck, H. Parlcison, C, Kishbaugh, P. Ruclcdeschel, M. Van Wa
D. Gross, J. Ellioll, B. Roberlson.
Second Row: B. Gill, A. Brien, L. Malcolm, J. Hari, W. Bills, E. Pillinaro,
Soles, B. Palferson, J. Yacono, M. Ross. L Whipple.
Firsf Row: V. Kennelley, A. Moore, M. Palmer, G. Ellsworth, M. Rinebald,
Rohr, E. Dunn. J. Granger, N, Bowman.
Jessie Eldridge, Gerlrude Ellsworlh, James Fairchild, Floyd King, Belly Pallerson, Ge-rlrude Phil-
lips, Malinlha Ross, Elnora Wiley, Pearl Ruclcdeschel, and Nancy Moss appearing near lhe lop of
lhe honor roll.
The 'ibaby classi' losi no lime in joining exlra-Curricular aclivilies and many of 'rhe boys
have appeared on rhe ioolball lield and baslcelball courl, while bolh boys and girls are found
in Poelry, Debale, and Camera Clubs.
This, lhen, is ihe freshman class ol l94O and lhe senior class oi I943 which is promising
lo be a pride and joy ol Fairporl High.
Third Row: W. Abigail, B. Quigley. R. Capanna. C. Ellis, N. Clarlc, E. Wiley.
C. Palferson, L. Bown, G. Denny, J. Fairchild, M. Bendschneider.
Second Row: T. Barlololla, G. Goyeffe, T. Chiccino, R. Wilson, N. Moss, R.
Eberls, J. Eldredge, F. Wood, F. Di Risio, H. Chesbro, A. Wood.
Firsl Row: M. Fiandach, L. Sorgi, E. Payne, J. Fairbanks, B, Moulfon, H.
SUB - FRESHMAN
Slandinq: J, Alles. B. Huber. J. Burlce. B. MacDonald. C. Muller, D. Everdyke
D. Sfiner. S. Jordan. J. De Land, R. Murphy.
This is The class which always has a supreme advanTage over The oTher classes. They are
gracluaTed from iunior high in January lofficially in Junel and by The end ol Their TirsT half-year
have aTTained one or Two uniTs ol cre-diT. ThereTore. iT They Tail a subiecT, They have These exTra
uniT5 To help Them gain Their goal OT graduaTion. '
This halT-year gives Them liTTle chance To enTer anyThing. excepTing aThleTics and The
smaller clubs. l-lowever. They become acquainTed wiTh The general aTmosphere. When This
group enfers ils lreshman year, The lcind ol behavior required in l:airporT l-ligh has grown upon
Them, influencing Their bearing considerably.
ndinq: R. Laird. M. Hansen. R. Caler. J. MarTin. W. PeTers, K. Reus. A.
Bc-nneTT, L. Sayles, B. Clarlc, R. Sfone.
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walch The game
Don'f look now, coach, buf fhere's
a girl sfraiqhl ahead!
Liflle Lord Faunfleroys
Who sand our loolball boys
Sleepy fume boy'
Little candle, liqhf my way. Loolc ouf, your sheef vs slnppmq
A lea was given in lwonor of Miss Jose- Marilyn Casfor and Donald Le Frois were
plwine Lawrence's announcemenl of her chosen queen and king of flue Senior a
ALERT AND ALIVE
Large crowds affend ex-
cilinq foofball games.
Baskelball Caplain Jordan lakes llwe
floor al a pep meeling.
The band leaves for a
An inferesfinq assembly program was
provided by Carlfon C. Palmer.
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Thggg gfaqg in the background Dancing af noon and dancing af nighf
UR STUDENTS THRIVE
af Feirporf High.
Tha+ good old school spirii
comes fo The fore.
Good rousing marches
cheer our boys on
Three-fhirfy on Thursday finds faculty
The afieniive group iisiens To eating and "grabbing" af Kaffee
each explanafion. Klagch.
The freshmen all wen? backwards for Hefp! Murder! The sophomores!
fheir rolls buf fhey are furned
An old-fashioned seaside scene,
.And poor Cindereile found her Prince The lafesf fashions on The lafesi
among the iuniors, pos?-qraduafes.
The shy young lover proposes 10 fhe
lady of his dreams.
A iouciwinq wedding finds fine
Go fo the Iibrary
Have our pidures faken for The Hear ihe noise of fhe workers
Hour Glass". in fhe shop.
DURING OUR BUSY DAYS. WE---
Go downstairs fo home economics
or physical educaiion.
Wall: upstairs io our classes.
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Third Row: D. Le Frois, P. Ho
Second Row: J. Roberison, P. Valenfine,
Third Row: R. Leiqh, M, Sperino.
THE SENIORS SCORED AGAIN!
"Aye, and a divil a lor of +hrouble +hey caused me, foo!"
Thaf is whaf 'rhe family downsiairs probably said abou? "The
Family Ups'rairs", an amusing, lighf-hearfed comedy presenied
by 'Phe Senior Class. This froublesome family made more noise
and encounlered more Trouble fhan is wholesome for any 'fam-
ily. "The Family Upstairs", direcled by Miss Helen June, 'fold
+he inleresfing sfory of a managing mofher afraid Tha? her
daughfer mighr be an old maid. When fhe daughfer lJane
Roberfsonl was engaged io marry The boy lDon LeFroisl, +he
moiher lPhyllis Valen+inel upsef rhe apple carl! The poor hus-
band lRay Ungerl sfepped in To sfraighfen fhe maHer beauii-
fully and To quiei 'rhe molher-also beauilfully! The cast and
undersiudies worlced hard +o preseni This play. Their lifeless
eiforfs produced anoiher success in Fairpor'r's long line of
Senior Play successes.
Second Row: l. Michael, G. Beale, D. Russell, E, Sharp, M. Sperino, W. Laird, H. Giflord, J. Sfaicl, E. Hepl P, Valentine
Firsi Row: E. De Domenico. H. Erblancl, E. Lazerson, P. Hospers, H. Poole, E, de Volder, N. Alfe, G. Alles,
Mr, Edward K. Schworm
Mr. Paul W. Allison
Miss Esda l.. Turner
THIS STAFF WORKED HARD TO COMPLETE
Due lo The many exlra-curricular aclivilies offered by Fair-
porf High School, The worlc of issuing an "Hour Glassl' each
year becomes increasingly dihiicull. To malce il a success,
The girls and boys rnusl drop olher delighllul occupalions 'ro
devole Themselves enlirely 'ro Their par? of lhe "Hour Glass".
The edifors offer comrnenda+ions and fhanlcs To The s+aT'T mem-
bers and also To The four Teachers who willingly foiled in
cooperalion wi'rh The slahf. To Miss Margarel Forlmiller we
owe The meliculously phrased paragraphs and correcl puncfua-
lion. The many hours she spenl served a definile purpose in
The publicalion of The "Hour Glass".
This year The senior annual, in lhe hands ol Es+her de Volder,
Edilor, and Howard Foole, Business Manager, has been
changed in many ways from The rouline palfern of olher years.
The I94O "Hour Glass" s'raTT hopes fha? if will mainlain The high
srandards gained in l938 and I939.
"PLEASE STOP WHISTLINGH
The minule lhe bell rings, a mad rush ensues as lhe members
ol The Sfudenl Palrol lalce lheir posls. Bill Laird, caplain ol
The qroup, fills any vacanl place. The Junior Palrol replaces
The Senior Palrol every olher week.
ll appears very simple, seeing lhose eighleen people sland-
inq on desiqnaled spols and, yel, lhal means lwo minules nine
limes a day, live days a weelc, and lwenly weelcs a year. Fresh-
men somelimes refuse lo behave lallhouqh il isn'l always a
lreshmanl. Anolher person may insisl upon whisllinq a nerve-
wraclcing 'nine or running downslairs--lhere is never a dull mo-
rnenl. The Sludenl Palrol is There, nol lo hinder, loul lo help,
lor unless laws were made and enforced, our school-world
would be unsafe.
Mr. Leon B. Wai
Miss Davis A, Brown
Slandincli T, Kino D. Le Frois. J. Prescolf R, Good W. Laird l-l Poole L, Masciianqelo
Crouchinfq A, Clallin lvl M1-sserino, M. Jarobson, lvl, Caslor E, de Volder P, Valenlinv E De llmvienho F A ld
"NOW WE WILL HEAR THE SECRETARY'S
Any business-any boys-any girls? They are all included
in This familiar group, which is busy The enlire year, with The
governmen+ of The student body. These young people, advised
by Mr. Andrew C. Lynch and Mr. Thomas G. Coffee. do Iheir
besf Io conducl a financially and socially successful school year.
Presidenl Louis Masciangelo snaps The reins over The heads of
his associales: Vice-presidenf James Prescofl, Secrefary Emma
Hepl, Treasurer Philip Hospers, Freshman Council Member
Janef Hummel. Sophomore, Raymond Williams, Junior. Jean
Flanagan and Senior, Ray Unger.
As Ihe beHer cilizens of Tomorrow we owe much To Ihis
group which has made possible for our use new foofball, baslcef-
ball, and physical educalion equipment
Mr, Thomas G. Coll
Mr. Andrew C, Lynch
Lol? Io Righf: P, Hospers, J, Flanagan, L Masclangelo, J, Prescow R, Unger, R, Williams E, I-'lgplx J, Hummel,
Fourth Row: D. Scorr V. Shulfs. A. Batfaglini.
Third Row: M, Dirkx E. Cofneius, . Hari, R l'-lawver. H. Airchison l. Pri'chard C. Thornasma M. Cascini. A Bai
ranco, R. Wfrllrarns.
Second Row: R, Towner ,. Flanagan. D. Nemyier, M. Bell.
First Row: E. Ryde' D. Marlerf S. Beard, H, Mascianqelo.
"WHERE IS MY COPY?"
"Bigger and be+fer" seems 'ro have been rhe moifo of The
"School Chalieru siaicf This year. They have rurned ouf 'Full
pages each week conraining inferesring hinls abouf who likes
whom, siories, poems, a+hle+ic columns, curreni evenis in and
abour school, and rhe acriviries of various clubs. The junior
"School Cha++er" gives somerhing besides pleasure io rhose
who wrile if. They become acquainred wirh +he con+en+ neces-
sary in a good newspaper, and mosl imporfanr, gain disciplined
lraining-one of ihe aims of educarion. They learn lo have
rheir copy ready beforehand +o help +heir edi+or, Ed Ryder,
and assisiani ediior, Dave Nemyier. Each year copies of The
"School ChaHer" are senl away for crificism. The mosr se-
verely crificized faulis are rhen carefully worked on uniil The
defecl' is remedied. The sophomore sfaff, 'rhough nor official.
does much work Toward producing a weekly "School Chafferu.
Miss Maroare' E. Forwniller, Adviser
Edward Ryder. Edilor
Tim ,,,,.,,Li,.,3 'ii' ilu, ,ffrwsrg-5 are 55 fgllowgg Glen Lcgey, Tedc Ddurigic hrs' violin' Gerfrude Phillips CcllO Toni
hibiwn Charles B- i si- inn violin' Donald Reus 'hired violin' Daniel Ci-Qual: luba VGVUOV' Unfigl Km' f'l5'l"m" 'Mlm
Daryl -nw limi'-2? 'george Brnoks Franlc Fargnoli, second clariner' Elmer Leopold Leonard Wood hrs? Mummy- Georgi-
Dcuqim 5,,k,.,m i,,,,1m,,.' R,-sbigrl Hall, Thomas Ashby, lrombones Rifhard Hill drummer Nick Tiraborell. sa-orahonu
'Yan Umm-r rr iris'
i TAP! TAP! AND THE MUSIC FLOWS OUT
An organizalion, combining borh The iunior and senior high
school pupils, which has grown in imporfance is fhe orcheslra
under 'rhe direclion of Miss Genevieve Warson. They meel
lwice a weelc in fhe music room and play variously assorled mel!
odies, preferring fhe snappy marches. Raymond Unger has
been doing a splendid piece of worlc as accompanisf for borh
This orcheslra and rhe glee club.
These fwenfy boys and girls played once in assembly, also
during The lnferscholasfic One-Ad Play Confesl, and allended
fhe Music Fesfival af Oalclield on May IO. "For our closing
number This morning we will play fhe "Benjamin Franklin
"WHERE'S ELMER? YES, TODAY IS
Wi+h a "roof-e-'roof-'roo+" lhe senior and iunior bands
prove 'rheir lechnique and sfyle. The senior band confains filly
pupils and 'rhe junior only lhiriy. However, lhe various mem-
bers inlerchange and play diflerenf paris in each band. Each
weelc lhe periods ol pracfice lor lhe members are diilerenl so
lhal fhey are noi conlinually lalqen from The same class.
lnsleacl ol going io lhe usual Music Fesfival, lhe senior band
wenf lo lhe s+a+e conlesi' a+ Waferloo on April 6. Mr. Vance
has been devoling more and more alfenlion 'ro Fairporl High
School sfudenls, developing lafenl lalenr and polishing The ac-
live +alen+. When one hears The separale people praclicing,
the sounds are eerie buf. fogefher, fhese bands really "go
MA CMV--li Vanwf Div iff' lor
lliivil ROV.: Cqvii-Q l TW Land M, Killlig, Pl Clie:-lilo R. llail ll. VVhifm.in Rvdw T. A lb B hw' 1- hi
Second Row: R Hn J. Flanney, H, Aifchison, J, Flanagan E. Leopold, P. Vinebero, il, Daurixio. 6, Douglas J. hid
1-dizv, L, Barnuiw R Williams, L. Wood, S. Ansuini, W. Laird, E. Hep? N, Tiraborelli.
luv limi' ll Creep il Earhinco J. grail, V, Unger J lh-al N. Defra J Barnes T Whivi'-li-i B Smirh H, Mai Mii
iw if lic-sine G, Hubbard, A. Jaclison, D. Krafnor A, Wood. E. Dinse. D. Harris. H. Erbland
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
arrnll Vance Dire-rfor
"SONGSTERS SINGING SWEETLY"
Tuesday and Thursday mean Glee Club during sevenlli
period for Ilie filly girls whose voices were judged suirable Ior
The various singing paris. Mr. Carroll Vance palienily Irains
Ilwese voices Io aiiain 'rhe proper pi+cl'1 and Iune before con'
duciing 'flue group Io Ilwe Music Fesfival ai Oaklield Ibis year.
When one pauses Io 'rliinlc of Ilne ninely minuies given eacli
weelc Io Ilwe siudy oi music by Ilwese girls, if seems a small
amouni. Really Io appreciare Ilie worlc accomplished, one Inas
Io lislen Io Ilwe organizaiion wlwile Ibey sing. Every person has
some appreciaion oi music Tucked away inside. Hearing Ilne
Girls' Glee Club sing brings This appreciaiion Io The surface.
Ilmrqj RN- IA Sfgzy B, Smiili R Bawn, J, Fisk, J Edreoqe H. Cliesbro E. Aldridge R. Tonner v flunnv M Muriiliy
A ickson .I Flanoqar.
S1 3 A. Keir. B. Werce, I-I. Erblano, R. Erbland, M. Diricx, E. Babcccl. FI. Aifcbiscr V, Qobr J PM 3 W'iis.iii
F- Arnso A, Sie-:urn N. Bowman L, VVHLQQIQ M.JaCobson F, Valentine D. 'Cramer A, Pefgrim M Jabeu' I
'crreca IZ. Busnar' B. Pafvfrson.
. Hail M. Befz, J. Furman I, Prffbard W. Hart M. Ross M. Kiffle J. Foo? C, Miller J RcDn:"u"i
'Nl Dewi' G, Hubbard, J. Arlen
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Thiran Raw R. Sh-uoinq, J Bartels, R, Wilson, J, Fairchild, J. SanTini, T. Ashby, R, Hill, N. Alle, G. Alles, L. Kleinhenz,
Second Row' G Uzwuqlas, H. ClavTc-n, F. King F. Beam, R. Dudley, H. Gill, R, Good, E. Leopold. J. Arnold.
Hrs? Row: R. Unger, Miss NN atson, J. Douglas D. Ranney, R. Williains. R. l-lolfer H. Poole, G. Losey, E. Ryder, L.
MUSIC DOESN'T BELON6 SOLELY
"PUT on The slcilleT, puT on The lead, Mammy's Iiflle baby
loves shorTnin' bread' '... a song we all love, sung beauTiTully
by The Boys' Glee Club. Having heard Them sing many Times
in assembly, we are all aware oT The splendid progress These
ThirTy boys have made, meeTing only Two periods a weelc Tor
pracTice. Ray Unger accompanies The group.
Miss Genevieve WaTson, who direcTs Them, has noT only
presenTed Them in school assemblies Tor The beneTiT oT The
sTudenT body, bul also chose a quarTeT To appear before The
Masonic Lodge. This CluarTeT was received wi+h enThusiasm.
CommendaTion has reached The boys oTTen Tor The eTTorTs They
are puTTing TorTh.
Miss Genevieve G. Walson. Direclrc-ss
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Third Rov.: G. Alles. E. Piftinaro. R, Wilson, J. Lerzalc.
Second Row: L. Whipple, M, R055 G, Wixsom A Marvin, P. Valenvine D. Russell.
Eirs' Row: T, Ballisfoni
Mr. Nelson R. Burton, Adviser
WHAT RHYMES WITH POETRY? WE DO!
The Poelry Club. conducled by Nelson R. Burfon, is a
purely oplional orqanizafion. You come and go as you please
and no one queslions your righf To do so. There are no dues
lo pay. no officers, and meefings are held whenever convenienl.
Lasl year The membership dwindled considerably, buf fhis
year new blood has iurned oui. The regularly allendinq rhym-
esfers number aboul Ten buf lor an organizafion of 'rhis Type,
The number malfers liffle. lf is fo be hoped fha? nexl year
even more sludenls of Fairporf l-ligh will come lo love and
undersfancl poelry and ils creafion.
THE STARS CAME our AGAIN
The Dramafic Club boasfs a membership of fwenfy-+wo
pupils wifh a variefy of lalenls. Miss Helen June, wifh lhe aid
of Presiclenf Don LeFrois, Vice-presidenf Paul Briggs, Secrefary
Jane Robertson and Treasurer Grace Hubbard. has been Teach-
ing The group +he arf of ac+ing. They presenled "Keeping
KiHy's Dales" in assembly, also "Elmer" in 'rhe lnferscholaslic
One-Ad Play Conlesf. They lerminaled a busy year wifh an-
olher skif In assembly.
Lasf year lhey were concerned largely wifh sludying charac-
ferizafion and slage business which 'rhey are aclvanlageously
using al presenf. Praclice makes perfecfl
Miss Helen E. June Adviser
Third Roni D. Lv Frois, F Vmeberq. J. Ward. R. Ferris, R. l-lawyer T, Wheeler.
Second Row: H. Moody, B. Pierce, R. Towner. A. Jackson. J, Robcrfson, 6. Hubbard, P, Briggs,
Firsl Row: W, Harl, C. Thomasrna, R. Leigh, R, Williams.
FORENSIC FORUM FAIRPORT'S FORENSIC FORUM
HE SAID: louorel " .... "
The varsily debale squad consisls ol lour learns, lwo allirm-
alive and lwo negalive. There are also lwo panel discussion
Teams. These lwenly-lwo sludenrs really lcnow whal lo lallc
abou? and how lo do il. They parlicipaled in deloales al'
LeRoy, Arcade, Hornell, llion, and Oswego.
lnlense worlc precedes any debale, There are research
for lacls, quolalions +o lil in, lhe speech lo wrile and memo-
rize. and lhe opposing side's argumenl lo be given lhoughl. The
good debaler always lcnows beforehand The argunnenls of lhe
opposile Team so lhal he may deleal 'rhem before lhey are
spoken. Nelson R. Burlon and Leon B. Warner have underlalcen
a very good cause in +his debale club.
Mr. Nelson R, Burlon
Mr. Leon B. Warner
Second Row: G. Wagner, l"l. Ailchison, R. Towner, B. Pierce. J, Deal, L. Barlololla, G, Wixsorn, G. Hubbard, J. Foole,
First Row: E, Ryder, P. l-lospers, M. Murphy, J. Ward, J. Deleguardia, W. Harl, J. Flanagan, C. Thomasma. P. Valenline,
Third Row: A. Slocum, R. l-lawver, l. Pritchard, J. Lerzalr, J. Schrader, R, Good,
Second Ro--.1 J. Allen. K. Bridoes. M. Shilling, D. Harris. E, Kramer D. Crowell, L, Wood,
Firs' Row: E, Hammond M. Facer, J. Furman, G. Ellswovh,V,Ellswor?h,J,l3ennise,C1,Phillips.
"Eyes up here now. Smile!" Thar is lhe .Camera Clulo,
advised by Mr. Harold Sleinleldl. The lorry members learn
lo develop, prinf, and enlarge piclures and negafives, how lo
gel The besl lighlinq effecls, The mechanism of 'rhe camera, and
apprecialion of phofography.
Presidenl Eddie Hammond was lhe school pholographer
'lor lhis year's "Hour Glass". Vice-Presidenl Jean Allen as-
sisfed Mary Hall, secrelary, and Dick Hawver, lreasurer. The
Camera Club has now passed Hs fhircl year wilh a qreal
increase in bolh populariry and size.
Third Row: R. Unger, T. Moody, R. Connolly. J. ProfeTa, G. Brien, P. Monlemaro, P. Valentine, H. Masciangelo, C. Mar-
chlole. M. Murphy, G. Bear
Second Row: A. BaTTaglini, M. Cascini, A. Marfirr. A, Slocum. L. Masciangelo, N. Tobin, F. Ryer D. Nomyir-r
Firs? Row: S. Mammoccio, T. Ba+TisToni, R. Ward, B. Wilson, M, Messerino, B. Pierce.
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"PARLES-VOUS LE FRANCAIS, AUSSI?"
Miss Florence A. STolT has organized a French Club for The
purpose of increasing The ease wiTh which FairporT High School
sTuder1Ts spealc conversaTional French.
The group, consisTing of TwenTy-Tive members, had Their
TirsT meeTing during The IasT week of November. During Their
gaTherings only French is spoken: They also pracTice plays in
which everyone parTicipaTes.
The officers are: President Louis Masciangelo: Vice-Presi-
denT, David Nemyier: SecreTary, Marjorie Murphy: Treasurer,
RoberT Connolly. Only Those who have Taken French or are
in The second or Third year classes can become members.
eRouP RESPONDS HEARTILY TO THIRD CQ5MQpQLI-I-AN CLUB
For lhree years Jrhe Cosmopolilan Club has mainfained iis
membership oi lwenly-six girls galhered from The various classes
of The school. Miss Margaref Forfmiller has been lhe mainsfay
of fhe organizalion by guiding ils members elliecfively. This
year Presidenl Helen Gifford has planned and execuled many
delighliul evenings wifh +he help of her yice-presidnf, secrelary,
and Treasurer-Mary SperinoQ Marjorie Jacobson, and Bealrice
Many ol lhe charler members, among lhem +he founder of
lhe organizafion, are being gradualred lhis year. The presenl
school year will be lerminafed by The cuslomary summer ouf-
lVliSS Mavqaral E. Forlmillui Advisor
Third Row' E, Hcneclr, M. Cascini, G-. Bealo M. Sperino. A. Barranco C. Basile, lf. De Domenico W, Randolph, P.
Valentine, F Kohl g
Second Row: M. Lcrd I. Michae' J. Harf, l:. de Volder, R, Barnharl, M. Murphy, M, Jacobson J, La Rosa, M, Hull
First Row: E. Cornelius W. Har? I. Prifchard. H. G-illord, M. Messerino. B. Enter.
SIGMA CHI DELTA
Miss Doris A, Brown Advisor
POPULARITY PLUS BLONDES-THEY HAVE IT!
The Sororily has nol always been Sigma Chi Della buf was
once Sigma Della Chi. A shorl lime ago Ihe girls Iound if
necessary Io change Iheir name, lor Sigma Della Chi is a
nalional regislered sororily.
These girls under Miss Doris A. Brown, adviser, and Jane
Roberlson, presiclenl, really worked This year, giving lea dances.
candy sales, Ieas and a bridge parly, a Sadie I-Iawlcins Dance.
and numerous ofher affairs for The benefir of fheir Iwenfy mem-
bers. With the proceeds of Ihese moneyed alilairs Ihe girls
purchased jewelry insfead of rhe usual swealers and iaclcels.
Unusual though if is, all Ihe officers for The school year were
seniors: Treasurer Louise Schermerhorn, Secrelary Marilyn Cas-
Ior, and Scribe Emma I-lepf. Somelime during Ihe summer
Ihey plan Io have one of Iheir famous house parlies again.
Third Row, E. hlalm, E. Heal, F, Arnold, A. Perqrim B, Moore,
Second Rowj J, Flanagan, R. Towner, J. Robertson. B. Wilggn J, Swag M. Bev Cv Thgmk, ,G
Firsl Row: B. Boll I-I, Aifchison, J. Allen, G, Hubbard. '
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Second Row: D. Nemyier, J. Chiccino, R. Moore. R. Bluhm, W, Burke, R. Le Preis.
Fisf Row: M. Granoer, P. Briggs, W. SchuTT, J, Kenney F. Harrigan, J, Prescott
ALPHA MEANS FIRST. THESE BOYS ARE "lT"!
This acTive club sponsored The lnTerscholasTic One-Acf Play
ConTesT in which PiTTsTord, EasT RochesTer, and FairporT com-
peTed. Busy The enTire year, The group does much To TurTher
The spiriT oT Treindliness pervading The corridors of F. H. S. Mr.
Nelson R. BurTon, The adviser, is a good example of This Tamous
This is The only club which has Two elecTions yearly Tor The
oTTicers. For The TirsT semesTer They were: Raymond Moore,
President Joe Chiccino, Vice-presidenT3 Bill SchuTT, SecreTary5
Paul Briggs, Treasurer: SergeanT-aT-arms, Tony STolT. During
The second Term These were The oTTice4holding members in The
same order as before: Joe Deleqwardia, Dave Nemyier. RoberT
Lelzrois. Jim PrescoTT, Jaclc Kenney. As There are only sixTeen
members, by This sysTem nearly everyone holds oTTice during
The school year.
ALPHA BETA PHI
Third Row: D. Wilson. H. STolT. L. Mascianqelo. D. Jordan J. ProTeTa, W, Laird,
Second Row: R. Soles, R. Moore, R. Bluhm, J. Prescorf.
Firsf Row: H. Masciangelo, R. Connolly. D. Scarf.
Mr. Andrew C, Lynch
Mr. Harold W, Sfeinfeldl
Mr, Joseph W. Cummings
BLOCK "F" CLUB
THE WEARERS OF RED AND BLUE ARE WINNERS!
FiTTeen sTurdy TighTers comprise The popular Block "F"
Club. Mr. l-larold STeinTeldT, Mr. Andrew Lynch, and Coach
"Joe" Cummings really help These boys. Their eTTorTs To pro-
moTe good sporTsmanship and cooperaTion on all aThleTic Teams
have noT been in vain, as is proved by The counTless vidories
FairporT Teams have scored. PresidenT Louis Masciangelo is
aided and abeTTed by Three "go-geTTers" in The persons of
Vice-presidenT "Red" Jordan, SecreTary James PrescoTT, and
Treasurer Herman STolT.
A place in The Bloclc "F" is coveTed by FairporT sTudenTs.
buT in order To qualiTy They musT have TirsT earned Their
chenille leTTer and have gained a passing grade in all subieds.
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FAIRPORT GAINS THIRD SUCCESSIVE CROWN
The charges oT Coach Cummings ToughT Their way Through To a Third sTraighT Monroe CounTy
FooTball Championship in 4939. The FairporT varsiTy was composed enTirely oT seniors and They leave
The gridiron wars oT FairporT High wiTh many Tond memories of TooTball in Their Alma MaTer.
The TradiTional rivalry beTween EasT RochesTer and FairporT cloThed ThaT game in inTense exciTe-
menT. The field was crowded wiTh specTaTors cheering lusTily Tor each side. The Brown and WhiTe
ToughT hard buT FairporT's heavier and TasTer Team conTinually wore Them down. The Tinal score was
24-O. bravely ToughT Tor and bravely won.
The week aTTer This game. FairporT's sTurdy men nearly meT disasTer aT WebsTer. UnTil The
closing minuTes oT The game. There was no score. Finally Co-CapTain Bluhm plunged over Tor a Touch-
down, leaving The final score aT 6-O.
For The lasT game oT The season, FairporT's eleven played The BrighTon Team. BrighTon Tailed
To score. leaving The Tinal score aT 27-O. IT was The climax and end OT a PERFECT SEASON.
The Red and Blue was noT scored upon in league compeTiTion. OTher Than The league games.
only ThirTeen poinTs were scored againsT Them.
As for individual erformance. several of
+he men were honoredjon All-Counry and All-
Scholasfic feams. Doug Wilson, Red Jordan,
Don Le Frois, Jim Prescolf. Ray Moore and
Co-Capfains Bluhm and Masciangelo were
lhus honored. The res? of The ream, however,
Cerlainly deserve credir as il' lakes eleven men
lo run a ieam and win. Bob Connolly. Jack
Bell, Bill Schull, and Ken Walker played 'fheir
Credil should go +o Coach Cummings who
made 'rhe banner of +he Red and Blue fly
above all in +he counfy.
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R. Bluhm and L. Masciongelo
Fairporl I8 Albion 6
Fairporl' 32 Newark O
Fairporl 24 Easf Rochesfer O
Fairporr 6 Websler O
Fairporl 37 Waierloo 7
Fairporf 4l lrondequoif O
Fairporl 27 Brighlon O
6. Easf Rochesfer
Fronf Row: D. Le Frois, R. Moore, J. Prescoff, J. Bell. B. Schull, D. Wilson.
Back Row: D. Jordan, D. Bluhm, L. Mascionqelo, R. Connolly.
The second Team aT SpencerporT.
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5. IrondequoiT cikefschoo
3. Spc-ncerpori e Pfadi
BOYS qek SO
FAIRPORT BASKETEERS WIN SECOND STRAIGHT TITLE
The FairporT guinT, under The abIe TuTeIage oT Coach Cummings, won iTs second Tifle wiTh a
record equaI To IasT year's-ThirTeen Triumphs and one deTeaT in league TiITs. WiTh a handicap, due
To Doug WiIson's appendecTomy and Dick BIuhm's head iniury which deprived The Team of Two good
players Tor The TirsT parT oT The year, The I:airporT Tive marched To vicTory unTiI The WebsTer game. The
WebsTer vicTory of 23-20 awakened The Team To The necessiTv of careTuI playing.
ThereTore when The EasT RochesTer game came, our Iads were ready Tor iT. The rivaIry beTween
The Towns caused FairporT To be very happy when we Triumphed over The Brown and WhiTe.
I-Ierman STOIT, Jim PrescoTT and Doug WiIson were honored on aII-counTy Teams, while Dick
Bluhm, Dave Jordan and Jim BeaTo received honorabIe menTion.
FairporT's hopes were high beTore The game aT Ben Franklin when The Red and BIue piayed
Geneva, winner oT The Finger Lakes pIayoTF. The game was begun minus I-Ierman SToIT who had
suTTered a Ieg iniury: consequenTIy he pIayed onIy abouT one-haIT oT The Time. Geneva Ied aT The haIT
buT FairporT kepT TighTing unTiI, wiTh Three minuTes To qo, The score sTood aT 37437. Then, however.
Geneva wenf wild: Fairporf crumpled. Gen'
eva scored eighf poinfs in Iwo minufes. Fair-
porI's hopes of a secfionalp championshi
crashed for Ihe second Iime in as many years.
Despiie The ulfimafe defeat The season
was a green' success. The en+ire Ieam and Ihe
coach,"are'Io be credifed wifh a fine record.
Fairporf ZI Easi High 28
Fairporf 28 Brockpori' 2 I
Fairporf 30 Spencerpori 23
Fairporf 43 Irondequoif 26
Fairporf 20 Brigh+on I8
Fairporf 20 Websfer 23
Fairporf 56 Piifsford 23
Fairporf 32 Easf Roches+er I I
Fairporf 34 Brockpori 3 I
Fairpor+ 32 Spencerporf 23
Fairporf 44 Irondequoii 36
Fairporf 38 Brigh+on I6
Fairpor+ 26 Websfer I9
Fairporf 35 Piffsford 24
Fairporf 3 I Easf Rochesfer 24
Fairporf 37 Geneva 45
Capfain Jordan Coach Cummings
Dick BIuhm, Herman Sfolf, Jim Prescofh
Bunny Jordan. Doug. Wilson.
Second Team af Spencerpori.
Second Ieam af Spencerporf.
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G-ilberl Brien swings cleanly over ar nine Donald Scofl' and John DuBois are the Hank Masciangelo is 'the lifrle fellow who
feel, nine inches specialfies for fhe half-mile. lumps higher rhen his own head.
Third Row: G. Wixsom, G. Brien, G. Siiner, S. Cosranza, l.. Di Risio. R. Cepfain Prescorf end Coach Cummings
Bluhm, J. Prolele, W. Burke, G. Mafz, J. Prescoff.
Second Row: J. Holler, R. Wilson. H. Tiraborelli. R. Holler, H. Parkison,
R. Connolly, H. Masciangelo, D, Scorf, J. DuBois, N. Marchioli,
Firsf Row: M. Freer, B. Clark. V. Kennelley, C. Kishbaugh, W. Gilbert
G. Beard, P. Gropp, T. Ashby, CJ. Wagner.
V CINDERMEN SEEK HIGHER GOALS
Under +he caplaincy of Jim Prescofl and fhe coaching of Joe Cummings. Fairporfs I94O 'rrack
prospecls gleamed brighl. The season had a lale sferl, buf wilh many ol lasl year's men and some new
ones, lhe leam was soon in working condifion.
George Malz lor lhe mile, Dick Bluhm for 'rhe sprinrs, Donald Scofl. Tom Ashby. John Du Bois
and Jim Prescoll for rhe middle dislances were some ol lasl year's srars. Among fhe new men for
sprinrs were Bill Burke, Joe Prolela, Mike Holler and Howard Parkison. Dick Bluhm for The shof-pu+
and Bob Connolly for lhe pole vaul+ in rhe field evenfs, coupled wi+h orher veferans including Bill Schu++,
Joe Delegwardia, and Perry Monfemaro. compleled The imporranf leafures included in Fairporfs frack
As 'lhis book wenf lo press. +he 'ream looked forward wilh eager anficipafior. lo coming frack-
meeis and had aspiralions of a counly championship.
Second Row: E. I-Ialm. M. Jacobson, L. Schermerhorn. FirsT Row: J. La Rosa. G. Sherman, G. BeaTo.
GIRLS' HONOR TEAM
OUTSTANDING GIRLS ARE AGAIN REWARDED
The goal ol The baslceTball season Tor girls is The I-Ionor
Team. To obTain a posirion on This Team The girls musT be ouT-
sfandinq in sporlsmanship and abiliTy and musT have Talcen an
acTive parT in baslceTball durinq The year. This year The girls oT
TirsT and second honor Teams were chosen by The members ol
The G. A. A.
I3eTTy I-Ialm, Genevieve Beafo and Louise Schermerhorn as
forwards, Marjorie Jacobson, Josephine La Rosa and Gerlrude
Sherman as guards were chosen Tor The TirsT Team.
A second honor Team was elecTed, having Genevieve
SaporiTo, I-Ielen AiTchison and Mary Cascini as Torwards and
Irma Michael, Mary Dirkx and Alice Jackson as The guards,
Miss RuTh Donlc
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9 -4 3, .J .4 ,Li BOYS INTRAMURALS HAVE A
The inTramurals season was a sTrenuous
one This year. During The TooTball season,
Coach Cummings organized a Touch Toorball
league which lasTed abouT a monTh. Wirlw
The coming oT winTer eighT basketball Teams,
which played eighT games each. were Tormed.
The Treshman were beTTer Than is usual and
The seniors didn'T exhibiT quiTe so much verve.
malcing The Teams more equal, IT seemed as
Though Room I9 would win, Tor Tony Sloll
averaged TwenTy-Tive poinTs per game: how-
ever, Room I8 lcepT pace with Them. During
The spring each homeroom sponsored a soil-
ball Team. Every year a Team oT all'sTars To
play oTher schools is chosen Trom The boys out
Tor soTTball. This exlensive irnramural pro'
gram encourages everybody To enTer al IeasT
MANY GIRLS SHOW SPORTING BLOOD
Under fhe direcfion of Miss Rufh Donlc an
exfensive program of inframural acfivify has
been faking place. Included in 'rhe program
for all who care fo parficipafe are fourna-
menfs in soccer, volley ball, baslrefball, hifepin
baseball, soffball and recreafional games.
Through fhis seasonal parficipafion in alh-
lefics, friendly feeling in fhis compefifive field
has arisen among fhe girls. Play-days are
held by fhe members of our school and ofhers
in The vicinify. They provide appropriafe
Irials for fhe sense of fair play and friendliness
which our girls are supposed fo develop.
Second Row: Miss Donlr, M. Cascini, L, Schermerhorn.
First Row: M. Dirlrx. N. Delro, R, Busharr, E, Sloll, M. Phillips, 6. Bealo, M. Jacobson.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
HA game lor every girl and every girl in a game is lhe G, A. A. molla.
Under lhe guidance ol Miss Rulh Donlc and Presidenl Louise Schermerhorn, Ihe girl-
enioyed an aclive year, commencing wilh Ihe sale ol pencils, This was carried rin
especially by Vice-Presidenl Edilh Srolr, Secrelary Rulh Busharl, Treasurer Mary Dirlr,
and They were aided by lhe senior, junior. sophomore, and Ire-,hman represenlaliveq
Marjorie Jacobson. Mary Cascini, Nancy Delro, and Mary Phillips. They insliluled ri
formal conslilulion, besides eslablishing The ollice ol General Manager lGenevievr
Every girl in high school is eligible lor membership in The G. A. A. The purpose
is Io promole parlicipalion by all girls in high school in recreational and social games,
A poinl syslem has been sel up whereby The girls are rewarded lor this parliciparioh
in-acliviliefi. The lournamenls sponsored by The association included soccer, volley,
ball, baslreball, and recrealional games lbadminlon, lable lennis, shurlle board, hilepin
baseball, sollball and lennisl.
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