Fairport High School - Hourglass Yearbook (Fairport, NY)
- Class of 1945
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EDUCATION builds man's soul and man's ideals. Through
- acceptance of its teachings, man rises to his greatest
heights: through denial of its teachings, man sinks to his
EDUCATION builds man's trust in God. It builds a trust so se-
cure that man will tight to the death for his faith. It trans-
forms Man's dreams into realities: his hopes, into fulfilment.
It raises man's living standards, encourages his creative
ability, and stimulates cultural enioyrnent. -
EDUCATION is constantly building for a peacetime world. Its
goal is universal understanding and brotherhood.
EDUCATION is man's stati in his age-long, uphill struggle. It
is his charter for the re-building of a world ravaged by war.
EDUCATION is the greatest instrument tor Peace. .
EDUCATION is the hope ofthe world.
EDUCATION is the master builder. -
Betty Williams, Editor-in-Chief
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For a Peace-time World
WE ARE BUILDING
Knowledge and Skills
Perseverance and Dependability
Democratic Social Attitudes
Industry and Learning
Patriotism and Self-sacrifice
They Guide Our Destiny
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Thos. G. Coffee, Iames L. Cornish, Dr. C. I. Whitney, C. C. Barnhart, S. H. Peacock, G. H. Detro.
I. D. Bramer, F. Arthur Cary, Iohn Bruischaart.
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.BOARD or EDUCATION
A mere expression of grati-
tude from the entire student
body is but small appreciation
for the efficient management of
the Fairport schools. The Fair-
port School Board is responsible
for the maintenance of the
school buildings, the selection
of a capable teaching staff, and
the administration of educa-
tional affairs in the village
schools. These thoroughly un-
selfish citizens, who give of
their time and effort without re-
mumeration, have earned the
respect of the entire community.
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Supt. Coffee. Treas. Bruischaart. Clerk Cornish, Pres
D DICA TION
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EDWARD K. SCHWORM
For many years. students and community have received
copies of the HOUR GLASS, thumbed them through and shelv-
ed them without fully comprehending. the burden of work
shouldered by the Business Adviser. In this capacity Mr.
Schworm has faithfully handled the advertising and sales pro-
grams trom year to year. . r r V V W
Hist other duties include a full day's teaching-of commercial
subiects, student treasury auditing, and xmanagernent of ath-
letic gate receipts. Cups on display in the typing room attest
to his ability as an instructor.. K t . n . 'K
The Senior Class is Iiroud to. acknowledge the splendid serv-
ice and cheeriul co-operation of this teacher and friend.VVTo him.
we dedicate the 1945 edition ot the GLASS, g A ' ' I
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Senior Class l9Z6
FIRST TO PUBLISH HOUR GLASS
Left to right-bottom: D. Beamer, D. Braman, I. Taber, D. Streppa, H. Schumacher. H. Baker. E.
Murphy. H. Crowley. '
Second-E. Estey, E. Merriman. M. Steubing. E. Bandhold, A. Kopp. G. Bolton, M. Hutchinson. M.
Rogan. D. Brown. M. Dwyer, H. DeNise, M. Myers. E. Bircher, H. Clark. '
Third--E. Stalker, L. Weaver, E. Reed. G. Horn, M. Fuller. D. Kohl. C, Bandhold. M. Smidt. T.
Myers. E. Buhlmcm, F. Schoolmasier.
Top-B. Iacobs. D. Steubing. A. Rooi, N. I. Detro, M. Doud. L. Warner. F. Gifford. E. Kleinhenz.
D. Weir, K. Hull.
For Leon Warner '26
Favorite pasiime-sleeping Philosophy-Mark no man for his
Chief worry - escaping hisiory snub nose for you never can tell
recitations what will turn up.
Pet expression-"Holy Moses"
chool teacher. lawyer, village mayor.
FACULTY IN 1925-1926
Miss Srnoulton, Miss Heppinstal.
Miss Graves. Miss Sickles. Miss
DeLand, Miss McNeely, Miss Bak-
er, Miss Chesbro.
Top-Mr. King. Miss Iones. Mrs.
Ryon, Mr. Taylor, Miss Gardner,
Miss Salisbury, Miss Anderson,
OH, YOU CHICKEN!
"She laid the still white form where others had gone before. No sound, no
cry from her. A deathly silence hung over the place, foreboding and indistinct.
"Suddenly she let forth a shrill cry which blasted the air into a thousand
echoes. It seemed as if her very soul would break with the maniiested agony.
Then all was silence once more-
"She will lay another egg tomorrow."
GREETINGS! NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE
Five quickly passing decades now have flown
Since through these hallowed portals we did
To challenge lite and make its test our own:
That what we would become, ourselves must
Now, to you, Class of Nineteen Forty-live,
May we ot half a century ago
Affectionately urge you all to strive
To reach the goals we also strove to know?
Thus proving. with your hearts both strong and
That ideals in these sacred precincts taught
Will through eventful years their worth insure,
And compensate for labors you have wrought.
April 12, 1945 I
Iohn Mellen, President Class ol 1895.
Fairport Classical Union School.
Mr. Charles Butler
Class ot 1883
iving graduate of F. H, S. -
supervisor, Mr. Charles But-
er. still active at eighty-tive, resides at
7 Pleasant Street, Fairport.
Top -- D, Beamer, Mgr.. N. Hogan. L. Bramer. S. Walling,
W. Taylor, Coach.
Center-S. Samacca, T. Aldrich, B. Goyette, Capt., D.
Left to right-top-A. Brown, C. Connick, B. Hawes, Miss
B. Smoulton, Coach. E. Merriman, I. Harris,
Bottom-E, Hogan, H. Schumacher. Cheer leader, H. Van
Norman. Cheer leader, P. Gears.
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
FOOTBALL TEAM", ' 1 '
Top row - R. Powers. N. Hogan. C.
White, W. Taylor, E. Kleinhenz. D.
Streppa, T. Pierce. Mgr.
Center--P. Benfonte. S. Walling, D.
Bramer, T, Aldrich, H. Hare. VL.'.Bramer,
K. Williams. ' ' -
Bottom - H. Hopkins. E. Hogan, P.
Gears, I. Taber, F. Gifford.
Friendship at Fairport . .
Geneseo at Fairport . . .
Aquinas at Fairport . . .
Pittsford at Fairport
Alumni at Fairport .....
Greigsville at Fairport
Dansville at Fairport .....
Fairport at Irondequoit ....
East High at Fairport .....
East Rochester at Fairport .......
Fairport at Spencerport ..........
Syracuse Vocational- at Fairport . ..
Spencerport at Fairport .........
Fairport at East Rochester .. .
Irondequoitat Fairport . . . .
U. oi R.iFrosh'at Rochester , . .
Fairport at Pittsford ........
Fairport at Webster ......
Webster at 'Fairport . . . .
Pittsford at Rochester ,... ........ . . .
F Fairport' at Victor ......... ..
Played-21 - Won-15 Lost-6
Bottom - E. Harris. E. Warner, Manager.
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MR. THOMAS G. COFFEE
1925 to 1945!
A span of twenty busy, har-
monious years - years of in-
calcuable service to school
and community, years of par-
ticipation in 'civic and state-
wide affairs -- this is the enviable record of Superintende
ent Thomas G. Coffee.
In 1925, Mr. Coffee's new curriculum included the first
editions of the School CHATTER and the HOUR GLASS.
Many have profited by his kindly advice'and chuckled
at his witty anecdotes. Since the war, he has devoted all
his spare time to victory gardening on a large scale.
Officiating as a member of the local draft board, taking
an active part in the affairs of the Congregational Church,
and participating frequently in state-wide educational
committee work, Mr. Coffee has won for himself a host of
'1'echnical1y, Mr. Coffee's
iob in Fairport is to supervise
education in the Fairport
schools, but actually his scope
of influence is much more far-
Characters ana' Minds t
PRINCIPAL ANDREW C. LYNCH
For the past ten years Fairport High School has been fortunate to have
Mr. Andrew Lynch as its versatile principal. Not only does he run our school
efficiently, but he is always willing to listen to student problems and ready with
a practical solution.
.Participant in social affairs of all sorts, partial organizer of the Melody Nite
Nook, war worker in a nearby defense plant, adviser of the Block F, member
of the Fairport Rotary Club, and time left over for legislative committee work in
New York State Education Department-this is the ambitious program of a very
An excellent speaker, an experienced play director and a skilled make-up
artist, Mr. Lynch is constantly called on to make use of his talents. FHS would
not be the same without him!
MRS. ULRICH, OFFICE SECRETARY g
"A warm smile and a pleasant voice" best describes the school's new and
efficient secretaryf Keeping the office running smoothly, everyone realizes,
takes both skill and hard work. Even by four o'clock, Mrs. Ulrich has not lost
her charm or good humor. She has the hearty admiration of teachers and stu-
Mrs. Bought--A. B, at Syracuse . . . in-
structor in World History . . . adviser
ol Dramatic Club . . . Iunior Class ad-
viser . . . ready smile . . . likes sports.
bowling and skiing.
Mr. Warner'-A. B., Union College . . .
instructor in World History and Ameri-
can History . . . wonderful sense of hu-
mor . . . keeper of senior homeroom . . .
affectionately called "Pop."
Mr, Lynch---B. A. and M. A., St. Bona-
venture's . . . teaches English Ill class
. . . a rightfully proud "daddy" . . .very
tactful . . . has a knack for directing
plays and public speaking.
Miss Ioyce+B. A.. Keuka . . . instructor
in English I and Il . . . director of sen-
ior play . l . adviser of SXS . . . likes
movies . . . always has attractive bulle-
Miss Snow -B. A., Keuka . . . M. A., Al-
bany . . . instructor in English III and IV
. , . fond of poetry, music, England, and
cats . . . wrote our Christmas and V-E
SCIENCE AND MATH.
Miss Woglum-B. A., at D'Youville Co
lege . . . M. A., Columbia . . . likes t
garden . . . fond of reading . . . amb
tion is to go to Alaska and raise enor
ous strawberries . . . we shall miss he
Miss Hodge----our mathematical geni
. . B. A. at William Smith . . . teach
geometry, algebra, trig . . . likes bo
ing and books L . .would like to trav
Mrs. Ryon v- A. B., Oberlin . . . fond of
'music and reading . . . has a library of
her own . . . likes housework . . , pet
aversion, Frank Sinatra . . . is well-liked
Mr. Schworm -- B. S., Albany State . . .
teaches typing, shorthand, bookkeeping
. . has charge of ticket-selling for home
games . . . an efficient manner . . ,
spends hours juggling figures . . . plays
the organ, V
Mr. Yonkers----Be A., Buffalo State . . .
his first year at the high school . . .
teaches mechanical drawing and shop
V. . . an outdoor enthusiast -- likes hunt
ing and fishing.
Miss Brucker---B. S., Cornell . . . M. A..
Columbia . . . trains our girls in domes-
tic science . . . her hobby is gardening
. . V. loves flowers and funny little plants
and-M we shall miss her.
LANGUAGES I I Q
Miss Stoltw-B. A.. U. of R. ,... teaches
French I, II, III . . . punctuafes her state-
ments with gestures . . . always dresses
smartly . . . adviser of French Club . . .
"neatness" is 'her motto. '
rs. Coverts-B. A.. U. of R .... none
i,Caesar and Cicero baffles her . . .
eaches all Latin classes . . . is the keep
r- of the model study hall . . . flowers
nd gardeni-ng claim'her summer inter'
Mrs. Sanford -School nurse . . . likes
antiques, parties. fancy work . I. . en-
joys cooking, pie a la mode. chicken
. . . favorite expression "Now, listen."
Mr. Brennan4B. S., Ithaca . . . M A,,
Columbia . . . instructor in physical edu-
cation . . . teaches general science . . .
coach of football and basketball.
Miss Donk-B. A., Ithaca College . . .
instructor in physical education . . .
expert in sports . . . her favorites are
skiing and horseback riding . , . and
"Pepper," her horse.
Miss La Iuppa - Dental Hygenist . . -.
likes people, food, tennis . . . enjoys
dancing, traveling . . . favorite saying--
.LIBRARY AND ART
Miss Fortmiller-school librarian . '. .
B. A., Albany State . . . quiet, efficient,
ready smile . . . likes music and books.
Mrs Street---B A. at Brockport . . . ar
instructor and art adviser for Hour Glas
. . . likes gardening, purple, sea
foods ,... collects English teacups an
Miss Watson-B. M. at Eastman . . .
A., Columbia . . . director of Boys' Gle
Club and mixed chorus . . . collect
wooden figures of musicians . .. .- e
ioys cooking, sports, traveling.
Mr. Vance-Potsdam Normal . . . direc
Girls' Glee Club . . . plays solitaire an
trombone' tor fun . . . directs scho
band . . . collects coins.
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Pzrsevemnce oncf pendobsIuTy
Eager for Life in cr Peace-time
"President of our 'class . . . never
seen without his camera . , . pet
peeve is a pessimist . . . says
his spare time is his business!"
"Oh S-T-O-P! . . . wants four
more years of work fcolleqel . A .
basketball and football and
Helen . . . can't stand people who
IAMES RANDOLPH ' PHILIP HAMMOND
Pres, of Senior Clqgg Pres, ol Student Association
Again this year Miss Stolt and Mr. Warner have served
as faithful advisers to the Senior Class. For tive years. now,
they have collaborated in making the social and financial
programs ot this class a success. The Senior Class sin-
cerely appreciates the time and effort these teachers have
so cheerfully given.
BETTY WILLIAMS DAVID FAKE
"Doctor Alan Ladd . . . never lis-
tens to the radio . . . A male
mermaid . . . loathes neckties
will do anything tor amusement
. -. . 'Rit's' Ian . . . Nice boy."
"A bright and capable gal . . .
writes letters Isighl . . . likes
swimming . . . Yea bo. Navy . . .
dislikes hesitators . . . listens to
Bing Crosby . . . and Bob Hope
. . . saying is 'I-Immm'!"
BETTY WILLIAMS DAVID FAKE
Ediivf-in-Chief Captain of Student Patrol
"She has been our master
mind' for years . . . aims to be a
doctor , . ..partial to Van Iohn-
son AND apricots . . . more than
slightly accomplished in music
. . . likes cats."
"Oh, for heaven's sakes . . . and that's Beverly . .
likes letters, spaghetti, also blondes . . . Perry Como . . .
which'll it he BevfArmy, Navy or Air Corps????"
ROSE APARO - . .
"Wants to be a career girl . . . dislikes cynical people
and alarm clocks, but has a soft spot in her heart for steak
with onions and a certain someone in the Army . . .
BETTY BABCOCK E
"Definitely air-minded . . . wild about ball games 4 all
kinds . . . Gene Kelly again . . . ugh for Sinatra . . . Oh
Gosh! ! ! ,, ' ,
"Cheerful Charlie . . . loves to snooze , . . wants to be
a big business man . . . hates waiting around . . . faith-
ful to Hedy Lamarr . . . Ye gods!"
"Always fighting, with her nephew . for Pete's sake
. . . a female mechanic - cars no less . . . as the other
SUWJ of the class. her favorite color is blue . . . sends let-
ters in care of Air Corps."
"Smoothie ! ! l A Sinatra tan among the boys . . . 'Big
. . . Betty Grable . . . 'not too ambitious.' " '
Boy' . . . thinks,he could be better lnow. truthfully, Vin? ?l
"Mary's ambition is to be married . . . beany over bas-
ketball . . . a devout Bob Hutton fan . . . pet saying is 'I
"Glamour girl . . . the dreamer . . . disikes people who
aresure they're always right . . . 'May you live all the
days of your life."'
LOUIS CARINI '
"Everybody's pal . . . abhores nail-filers . . . his ideal
woman is a good cook and housekeeper . . . Lou. you don'i
wan! a wife, you wani a maid!" , '
ROBERT CAWARD f 1
"Our bashiul boy . . . 'wants to be '1 :o't"e rancher . . .
loves his sleep . . . red . . . quiel girls . . . 'For cryin' in
the sink' . . . preliy swell guy." ..... ..... ..
CHARLES CLAYTON . l
"Alias wants lo travel . . . likes fishing and hurrling
and home-baked foods . . . ideal is Humphrey Boqarl . ,
pet peeve is girls!"
"Too shy . . . delests bragqarls . . . wants to be an in-
terior decoraiot . . . alyvays willing to do her share . .
,"'l'hinks she's queer but we know how iar from that she
is . . . likes com-on-the-cob and Cary Grant . . . dreams
in spare time . . . wants to be a writer." '
"Aspires to be a gym teacher . . . likes 'em tall. dark
and handsome . 'Gee whiz' . . . Who's thai certain
someone in lhe Navy, Burnsie?"
"Gonna lake a sentimental iourney . . . dislikes pui-
lerers . . . Les Brown . . . lond oi poetry . . . l'll always
be iusl me 'Mary Dee!"
SOPHIE CAPANNA ' V
"Private secretary . , . roller skating . . . prelers the
Iohn Payne lype . . . dreamiman is a Marine . . . pretty
sharp, prelly sharp."
"Our misunderstood forest ranger . . . unaffected by
women . . . State Guards' delight . . . Gene Tierney . . .
'Playboy lim' . . . Ya got me!"
BETTY IEAN ELLSWORTH .
"The chatterbox . . . sings beautifully -- wants to be a
'PRO' singer . . . likes pies---doesn't like fellows who are
late . . , favorite saying is 'stinker.' "
"Thrilled by murder mysteries and girls . . . wants to
build this and that . . . an artist . . . oh, history reading
. . . oh, Vic!"
"I'm sorry I was late
time . . . favorite color
how about that!"
. . . Big joke ! ! works in her spare
is blue .. . collects souvenirs . . .
"Tall, dark and full of fun . . . loves basketball and
Iimmy Stewart . . . carries the torch for the Army these
"Our 'Good Gosh, Gertie' girl . . . spends her time writ
ing letters to HIM . . , wants to travel . , . is happiest at
a football game . . . hot dog in one hand - hamburq in
"Says it shouldn's happen to a dog concerning him
self. 'less up Dale . . . Dad-rat-it . . . Favorite color blue
with white streaks thuh?J . . . Definitely our class crooner
. . . Who invented the words 'spare time' "
"Another secretary, loves fruit . . . Alan Ladd . . . cud-
dles the kiddies . . . 'Nuts' . . . likes to have fun . . .
a swell girl . . . "
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"Spare time--goes out with his girl . . , Umbriago!
' - - Cf IOYGL Clinginq .fan of Red Skelton's . . . an artist in
our midst '. . . Army!"
ROBERT KOEHLER I
"Declares he's lazy .' . . likes hot dogs, Lana Turner . . .
wants em with '3 B's'-beautiful, brainy and brunette . . .
Holy Doodle. he wants to be an engineer . . . Manhattan
1AMEs LA PIETRA A . '
"Satisfied with meat and potatoes and success . . . 'Are
you Kiddin'?' . . . Lana again . . . Date with Iudy . . .
although many to him are 'dumb clucks'. we've survived
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"Funny boy tHa! Hall . . . Cherry pie: Lauren Bacall -
his favorites . . . He and Loveless: Mutt and Iefl . . .
pet aversion loquacious women . . . Naturally
IEANNE HUTCHINSON' ,
' "The unpredictable wonder of our group . . . charms us
by playing Gershwin . . . definitely agreeable with the
Army Air Corps . . . more than willing to travel and dis-
likes lima beans and chemistry tests." ' '
ROBERT IACOBSON .
-"God's little gift to the women . . . short ones, prefer-
ably . . . favorite dish is one with food on it . . . -'lt is
better to play than do nothing'.'f .
"Thinks he's normal . . . wants to be a success . . .
special talent -- mathematics . . . tactfully says he likes
good-looking girls . . .' 'Bet your boots'."
"Aspires to be a medical secretary . . . record fiend
. . . ideal talker . .- . hates homework: likes Van Iohnson
and 'Blind Date'."
"Now C.A.P.: later A.A.F .... a pin-ball machine fiend
. . . abhors women smokers . . . dreams night and day
tthese flyersl . . . baseball . . . Bluff."
BARBARA MacDONALD ,
"Plays the piano and wants to be a teacher . . . hates
iackets with belts in the back . . . likes spinach, bicycle
riding and Bob Hope-we like Barbara."
"Ginny's hobby is making people laugh . . . dislikes
being stood up . . . doesn't have any spare time . . .
Uneek, is the word."
"Best friend is G. I. Ioe . . . likes blondes, brunettes or
redheads . . . says he has no spare time . . . hobby is
fixing things . . . 'Ol1, Oh! l I ' "
"Adores art, aqua and Allan Ladd . . . baseball. blondes
and blue eyes . . . cheeseburgers. a certain V-l2er.
'Hmmmmmmmml ' "
"Hobby is staying home nights . . . likes a steak and
blonde gals - dislikes homework . . . plays basketball in
school- wants to be a machinist later."
"Sounds otf about nosey neighbors . . . flies, twirls and
plays records . . . wouldn't deny herself a graham cracker
pie . . . What's with you about the Air Corps?"
"A roller-skating secretary - Not only a skiing enthusi-
ast but a sewer too . . . Says "Nuts" to gossiping and is
really thrilled by Allan fBang! Bangll Ladd."
"Sleepy-time-gal . . . likes a nice boy land who doesn't?l
. . . a lriend ol liction, Bing Crosby . . . That's Life."
"Here's a conversion - wants to live long . . . "You can
say that again"4 . . . Satisfied with the He-Man type of
VIR . . . Her favorite color 'Well, it ain't purple'."
"Iumpin' Ioanie . . . The apple of our eyes . . . eats,
lives. and breathes sports .V . . reads comic books and lis-
tens to Superman nightly."
BERNADIN E PRINZIVALLI
"Bunny to us . . . The early bird tl-Xheml . . . where do
you hide the diary? . . . dislikes nagging people . . . Be
still, everybody . . . good-humored . . . Let's go. Ice."
"Sweet and silent . . . don't crack your knuckles around
her . . . another Canco worker . , . Phil . . . need we say
MARION MURPHY A
"Marion wants to be a nurse . . . hobby is caring for
children . . . whiz at foreign languages . . , lavorite say-
ing is FOR CRUMBY SAKESY'
"A Canco worker in her spare time . lox es basketball
and muscular men . . . Has the situation well-in-hand . J .
likes chocolate pie. blue, and Cary Grant."
"You know how it is . . . loves all the girls . . . wants
to retire . . . eat and sleep . . . "Gordy" . . . rootball
. . .gir1s, girls. girls."
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"Loves spaghetti , . . antiques . . . swimming , . . likes
her men courteous . . . has a special talent for public
speaking . . . good luck with the Army, Shirley
Or is it the Navy?"
"Blond bomber . . . Crazy about limburger cheese
Gene Kelly . . . baseball . . . T A ,... dislikes late-comers
. . . Is one swell gal."
"The music master . . . aspires to "sleep all day"
craves roast chicken and Betty Hutton . . . likes girls who
are good talkers but not too much, however."
"Writes lots of letters . . . has a boy friend in the Army
f 'also likes tuna-fish sandwiches . . . enjoys girls' basket-
ball . . . 'Nifty Boy'."
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"Kinda' quiet . . . likes to sew . . . very talented in mak-
ing dolls . . . "Oh Nuts" . . . always laughing . . . Apple
other eye is.. .lack H. .. . "
IEAN SPECHT '
" 'Hi Mert.' . . . uh-huh, she has a boy-friend . . . likes
her men tall and conversational, soooo? . . . has no spare
time . . . turquoise . . . potato-chips . . . dogs, dogs, 'n
more dogs . . . Wooffwooi!"
"Wants to be a teacher . . . spends her time Crocheting
. . . "Pardon me" . . . talent tor being quiet . . . Yea bo.
infantry . . . pretty as a picture--collected the 518."
"B pessimist . . . steak and onions . . . savory-is it?
. . . 'What's the matter-Ya' crazy or somethin'?' . . . Army
. . . Admires a fault-less finder . . . Oh. how she hates to
get up in the morning . . . "Who doesn't?"
"She's quiet but surprising . . . Oh-h-h-h . . . can't
tolerate opinion-ated people twhewll . . . ice cream . . .
Bogart! l . . . Special talents.-culinary arts . . . Take it
"Wants to be a nurse . . . has no one in service . .
eats apple pie religiously . . . loathes mushy people . .
spends her spare time on the piano stool."
IOAN WELCH '
"Classy lassie . . . talks a blue streak . . . is lull oi the
devil . . . loves yellow and steak . . . 'What's the matter.
you crazy or somethin'?"
"Another Canco worker . . . wants to travel .
"Why?" . . . also loves hot dogs . ..,. Van Iohnson . .
Another Army tan."
"Has a nice singing voice . . . ideal man has black .hair
and blue eyes treierence to Navy?l . . . her ambition is. to
be a hairdresser."
"A Sinatra ian . . . and apple pie . . . vocalist . . . she
doesn't like to stay after school . . . just call me 'Gabby'
. . . 'Oh, my goodness'."
"I'm Sally . . . girl with a secret ambition . . . collects
elephants and servicemen . . . Hot-fudge Sundaes . . .
can't stand people without a sense oi humor . . . 'Our
"Has what it takes to be a model . . . her heart belongs
to Hollis . . . loves to laugh . . . easy on the eyes . . .
'Let's be Frank, Kids'."
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BEVERLY AIVIANN: Webster High l, 2: Sigma Chi Delta 4: Hour Glass: Class
ROSE APARO: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Cos 2, 3, 4, president 4: Senior Play: School
Chatter editor: French Club 2, 3. president 3: Hour Glass: Student Patrol: Play
Contest 2: Library Staff 3, 4: Stunt Night l. 2. g A
BETTY E. BABCOCK: SXS 4: Stunt Night 2.
CHARLES I. BARRANCO: Alpha Beta Phi 3, 4, treasurer 4: Hour Glass.
KATE BARRY: SXS 2, 3, 4. vice-president. 4.
VINCENT I. BATTISTONI: Glee Club 1: Student Patrol: School Chatter: Hour
Glass: Alpha Beta Phi 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, vice-president 4.
MARY BEATO: Cos 2, 3: Hour Glass: Student Patrol: Library Staff 4: Play Con-
test 3: Stunt Night l. 2: G. A. A. officer l, 2.3. 4.
IOYCE ANNETTE BRIDGES: Glee Club 2, 3: Play Contest 3: Hour Glass:
Sigma Chi Delta 2, 3, 4: Senior Ball queen candidate: Stunt Night 2.
NANCE PRUDDEN BROWN: Play Contest French Club 3: School Chatter:
Hour Glass: SXS 2. 3, 4, president 3: Drarnatic"Club l, Honor student. X
MARGARET R. BURNS: Cos 3, 4: School Chatter: Hour Glass: Stunt Night l:
Library Stait 4: Flag Custodian 4. A
MARY DIANE BUTLER: Glee Club 2, 3: Class- secretary 2: Play Contest 2, 3:
Cos 2. 3, 4, treasurer 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Hour' Glass: Stunt Night 2.
SOPHIE CAPANNA: 'Glee Club 1: Cos 3, 4: Hour Glass: Stunt Night 2: Library
Staff 4: Class treasurer 4.
LOUIS CARINI: Alpha Beta Phi 4, president 4: School Chatter: Play Contest
3: Class president 3: Stunt Night 1. 2: Camera Club I.
ROBERT L. CAWARD: Camera Club 1: Student Patrol: Stunt 'Night 1, 2.
CHARLES CLAYTON: Football 3. 4: Stunt Night 2. V Q?
HAROLD R. CORNELIUS: Stunt Night 2: Senior Ball king candidate.
DOROTHY ANN DODGE: Band 1, 2, -3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3: School Chatter: Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sigma Chi Delta 2, 3, 4: Student Patrol: Hour Glass: French
Club 3, 4, treasurer 4: Valedictorian. '
L. IEANNE DRYER: SXS 2, 3, 4, secretary 4: Hour Glass.
IAMES C. ELLIOTT: Block F 2, 3, treasurer 3, -president 4: Play Contest 3:
Student Patrol: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3. 4.
BETTY IEAN ELLSWORTH: Glee Club l, 2. 4: Sigma Chi Delta 3, 4: Hour Glass.
ERNEST VICTOR ENTER: Band 2, 3: Student Association treasurer: Hour Glass.
VIRGINIA R. EVERDYKE: Hour Glass: Stunt Night 2. I
DAVID GEORGE FAKE: Student Association vice-president: Hour Glass: School
Chatter: Student Patrol captain: Football manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Block F 3, 4, sec-
retary 3. vice-president 4. '
DOROTHY E. FAUST: Cos 3, 4: School Chatter: Play Contest 3: Hour Glass:
Stunt Night 1, 2: Senior Play.
ELSIE FERRIS: SXS 2, 3, 4, president 2: School Chatter: Hour Glass: Play Con-
test 3: Library Stafl 4.
PHILIP STANLEY HAMMOND: Student Association president: Block F 4: Stu-
dent Patrol: School Chatter: Hour Glass: Dramatic Club 4: Senior Play: Alpha
Beta Phi 3, 4: Senior Ball king: Basketball captain 4.
STANLEY DALE HARRIS: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Hour Glass:
School Chatter: Student Patrol: Senior Play: Camera Club 1.
IEAN B. HEMBROCK: SXS 4: Hour Glass: Stunt Night 2.
IEANNE HUTCHINSON: Glee Club 1, 2: Hour Glass: Student Patrol: Senior
Play: School Chatter: Student Association secretary: French Club 3, 4: Drum
Maiorette 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Prize Speaking 3: Play Contest 3:
Cos 2, 3, 4: secretary 4: Band 1, 3: Honor Student.
ROBERT IACOBSON: Alpha Beta Phi 4: Play Contest 3: Senior Play.
RALPH H. IENNINGS: French Club 3, 4, president 4: School Chatter.
IANICE A. IOHNSTON: Macedon High School 1, 2: Hour Glass.
RICHARD L. KITTLE: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Hour Glass.
ROBERT LINCOLN KOEHLER: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3: Block F 4.
IAMES LA PIETRA: Hour Glass: Senior Play: Stunt Night l.
CHARLES E. LORSON: French Club 2, 3: Hour Glass: Prize Speaking 3: Camera
Club l, 2: Stunt Night 1, 2.
ROBERT W. LOVELESS: Camera Club 1, 2: Stunt Night 2.
BARBARA ANN MacDONALD: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Student Patrol: Hour Glass:
School Chatter: Sigma Chi Delta 3, 4, treasurer 4: Mixed Chorus 3.
VIRGINIA MacNEILL: SXS 2, 3, 4, secretary 3: French Club 3: Play Contest 3.
DONALD F. MAHONEY: Hour Glass: Flag Custodian: Class treasurer 3.
IEANNE M. MALONE: Sigma Chi Delta 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4: Hour Glass.
DAVID FRANK MASCIANGELO: Alpha Beta Phi 4: Student Patrol: Camera
HELEN M. MOORE: SXS 2. 3, 4, vice-president 3: Library Staff 3, 4: Hour Glass.
MARION E. MOORE: Glee Club 1: SXS 4: Hour Glass. ' I
HELEN C. MURPHY: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Drum Maiorette 2, 3, 4: Cos 2, 3, 4:
Dramatic Club 3, 4: Senior Play: School Chatter: Play Contest 3.
MARION R. MURPHY: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: School Chatter: Hour Glass.
ALBERTA PARKISON: Cos 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4: School Chatter: Hour Glass:
Class vice-president 4: Stunt Night 1, 2.
IOHN EDWARD PECK: Stunt Night 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. '
CAROLYN SUZANNE PIERCE: Cos 3, 4: Senior Play: School Chatter: Band 1,
2, 3: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3. '
IOSEPHINE PORRECA: Band 2, 3. 4: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Cos 4: Hour Glass:
School Chatter: Library Staii 4: Camera Club l: Stunt Night l, 2.
IOAN M. PRESCOTT: Sigma Chi Delta 3, 4, president 4: Hour Glass: School
Chatter: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. 1 l
BERNADINE K. PRINZIVALLI: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Library Stall
2, 3, 4: SXS 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2: Student Patrol. '
IAMES R. RANDOLPH: Class president 4: School Chatter: Hour Glass: Student
Patrol: Senior Play: Camera Club 1.
SHIRLEY SCHRADER: Glee Club 1, 2: SXS 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3: Play Con-
test 3: Dramatic Club 4: Hour Glass: Senior Play: Prize Speaking 3.
BETTY I. SCHUBERT: Drum Maiorette 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 3: Hour Glass:
Student Patrol: School Chatter: Cos 2, 3, 4. vice-president 4.
DONALD PIERSON SMITH: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Patrol:
Dramatic Club 3, 4: Senior Play: Poetry Club 1. A . - .
LEONA SMITH: Clyde Central School 1, 2: Hour Glass: Mixed Chorus 3.
RUTH" E. SPAULDING: SXS 4: Stunt Night 2. ,
IEAN SPECHT: Elmira Free Academy 1, 2, 3: Hour Glass: Senior Play, Honor
LOUISE SPERINO: Cos 2, 3, secretary 3: Dramatic Club 4: Hour Glass: Senior
Play: Library Staff 4: Senior Ball queen.
ANGELINE FLORENCE STOLT: Cos 2 ,3, 4: Stunt Night Z.
IEAN SUPPA: Glee Club 2: French Club 2, 3: Stunt Night 2.
IOSEPHINE SUPPA: Glee Club 2: French Club 2, 3.
SALLY SWEENEY: Sigma Chi Delta 3, 4, secretary 4: School Chatter: Senior
Play: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Play Contest 2: Senior Librarian. .
PATRICIA TITUS: Monroe High 1: Sigma Chi Delta 4: Hour Glass.
ANNABELLE VILLERE: Cos 3, 4: Student Patrol: Hour Glass: Library Staff 2,
3, 4: Honor Student. ,
CAROL WAHL: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sigma Chi Delta 4: Mixed Chorus 3.
IOAN A. WELCH: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sigma Chi Delta 3, 4, scribe 4: Play
ontest 3: Senior Play: Library Staff Z, 3, 4: School Chatter.
IOYCE WILKINS: SXS 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3: Hour Glass: Library Staii 3.
BETTY M. WILLIAMS: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Cos 1, 2, 3, 4, president 3: School
Chatter: Hour Glass editor: Class president 2: Senior Ball queen candidate,
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First Row - V. Steubing, S. Spencer, E. Word. S. Iohnston,
L. Fisk. '
Second Row - L. Reqqi, M. Brickle, H. Voigt, Anne
Ingicnni, R. Wilcox, B. Hudson.
Third Row - Angeline Inqionni, H. Faust, E. Stiner, N.
I H J Kramer, R. Webb.
Fourth Row - R. Chesbro. L. Burqey, K. Nemitz. G. Peters,
J U N Fifth Row - W. Tolhurst, L. Boas, R. Bills, W. Grubb.
Upper classmen-every one-and very proud oi it were the fifty smiling
Iuniors who presented themselves to Mrs. Ryon lcxst fall. '
Bob Iohnson was elected to wield the gcrvel at our meetings while Bill Grubb
stood by to take over when Iohnny wcxsn't around. Betty Earl took notes and
kept the books in order, while Shirley Costello kept our finances on file.
First Row -7 I. Dovan, I. Piccerelli. S. Costello,uM. Rohr. C.
Hospers, G. -Miller, L. Stolt. '
Second' Row - H. Spaulding, M, Maloney, B. George. L.
Marlett, B. Earl. A.VGaston, M. Brizee, B. Trew. 1
Third Rok H P. Holmes, P. Coomber, A. Marvin, C. LaRosa,
E. Manchester, R. Iohnson, T. Adams.
Fourth Row - W. Lewis, D. Woolston,-IQ Gabrielli
Mrs. Rouqht, Mr. Brennan
The Iuniors introduced a new dance this year, the "Sock Hopf' There were
plenty of dirty socks but the dance was thoroughly enioyed by all. l
Under Mr. Lynch's and 'Miss Snow's direction, we staged "Still Shines the
Star"' written by Miss Snow. This successful production called forth much favor-
able comment irom school and community. I
The year ended with our annual Iunior Prom.
First Row - E. Lehr, M. Witt. M. Carirxi, M. Battaglini, L.
Malucci, I. Taber. I.. Willie.
, Second Row - V. Boas. M. Willie, D. Villere. L. Phillips. D.
McIntosh, M. Peck, P. Fisk, S. Kier.
Third Row -- G. Battaglini, G. Murphy, G. Dryer. P. Dirk.
C, Ellsworth, F, Breitbeck, L. Hadley. E. Brickle, A. Williams.
Fourth Row-C. Craig, A. Ashby, L. Boas. D. Winagle, N.
Seaman, W. Lewis.
C. Emery. C. Odell. G. Schrader.
l I 0 M G Q E 5. Fifth Row - W. Dancy. D. Snyder, M. Alvut. H. Wacenske.
Vanished were the awe and the inexperience of those beioqged Freshman
days. No sir! Here was a new determination to improve in both studies and
sports so that the upper classmen would admire the Sophomores.
The class was well-organized under the leadership of Clint Emery. president:
Vin Masciangelo. vice president: Norma Zimmer. secretary: and Iean Nemitz.
treasurer. Miss Ioyce and Mr. Yonkers were their advisers and were present
at the very successlul Sophomore Dance. Despite much whispering between
bells. fand aiter the bell rangl Miss Stolt. their homeroom teacher, admitted
"they're pretty nice" and took pride that the Sophs were among the iirst to
participate in benefit and bond drives.
First Row - M. Ferris, E. LaPietra, B. Schumacher, G. Pen-
nise. I. Nemitz, D. Filardo. N. Zimmer. V. Granger. A
Second Row f E. Sharp. W. Hudson. W. Rhinebold. M.
Matz, I. Perrin, P. Dodqe. I. Irrig.
Third Row - F. Bucher. L. Ackerman. B. Graves. B. Bram-
er. C. Clayton, B. Buholtz. I. Robson. I. Burns. R. Staff.
Fourth Row - H. Konz, R. Young. H. Gardner, D. Morrell.
A. Galante. A. Brooks, C. Stoll. D. Iordan.
. 'Miss Ioyce. Mr. Yonkers
And no class could be more deservedly proud of heir star basketball play-
ers! Tom Brothers. Neil Seaman. Bill Dancy, Clint Emery, Bud O'Dell. and Bob
Staff earned the admiration of the entire student body. In football Vinny'Masci-
angelo was always in there fighting. That may be why the Sophs made up a
rnaiority of the cheering section. especially with two of the senior cheer-leaders
'from their class urging them on-Bill Rinebold and Allan Brooks.
No need to worry-the future reputation of Fairport High School is in good
First Row - B. Luttrell, M. Toth. I. Monteith, I. Thompson, S.
Fairbanks, A. Basile, D. McMillen, G. Galante. B. Pomponio.
Second Row - I. Bridges, A. Pappert, S. Smith. A. Lewis,
M. Marvin, I. Briant. F. Stiner, E. Dryer, L. Sperino.
Third Row-D. Lieb, D. Cole, G. Shibley, E. Woods, C.
Kohl. M. Andrews. F. Schumacher, N. Wochner. E. Cook.
M. Kleinhenz. L. Verstraete, L. Prober.
Fourth Row - R. Brown. I. Erbland. W. Barnes. E. Frohm,
1 1 W. Bowman, R. Cole, R. Sternberq, P. Maine, E. Whipple. T.
Papa. E. Pybus. D. Beato, H. Prudom, A Regqi. I. Brizee. R.
Lewis, H. Iohnson.
If you saw a bewildered and dreamy-eyed freshman walking the halls with
a slight "I-don't-know-where-I-am" look, he was not the only one. There were
eighty-two others in homerooms seventeen cmd nineteen. Nevertheless they
soon settled down and found their places in classroom and social lite.
ln scholastics, Dick Lieb, Emmet Pybus and Marilyn Toth led the class: in
the sports' field, David Beato, Gene Galante. Alfred Coco and Donald McMillen
were most outstanding.
First Row - D. Wilcox, A. Moore, F. Battistone, R. Lazerson,
L. Fawcett, V. DeBucl:, P. Carini.
Second Row - H. Young, F. Verstraete, Lucy Masciangelo
M. Casella, M. Yost, R. Vance, P. Rice. I. Briggs.
Third Row - L. Ewing, S. Ellsworth, G. Wagner, R. San
. tini, R. Kosso, B. Hull, L. VanBortle, G. Wilson, I. Mahoney
S. Aldridge, W. Marvin, P. Celehar, L. Peters, Louise Mas
Fourth Row - N. Grabb. M. Waddell, A. Wacenske, H
Spencer, D. Smith, ,C. Beato, Smith, M. Shults.
Mr. Lynch, Miss Hodqe
The class organized early in the year and chose as its president, lack Brizee:
vice-president, Dick Lieb: treasurer, Rodger Vance, and secretary, Shirley Ald-
ridge, with Miss Hodge and Mr. Lynch as advisers. On December 8, the Fresh-
men sponsored a Variety Dance featuring a sock dance, and other novelty
dances. A sum of 523.72 was cleared.
Although the class of '48 may have appeared a- bit scatter-brained this year,
there is consolation in the iact that the mighty Seniors of '45 at one time were a
group of witless freshmen. Who can say what the future holds for these eighty-
First Row - M. Ferris. B. Toth
L. VanThot. H. Earl. F. Myers, F.
Peck, G. Williams.
Second Row - E. Witt, L. Hess.
I. Guerin. D. DeWolf, I. Mead, R.
Third Row 4 R. Elsbee, V.
Guerin. V. Klinke, D. Kelsey. M.
Carpenter, B. Prober, W. Kopp, D.
Rothfuss. P. Lewis.
Fourth Row-C. DeWolt, T. Kohl,
O. Shultz. G. Clark, E. VcnDer-
Mallie, I. King. G. Maine.
Fifth Row-G. Rockwell, R. Gains-
way, A. Hutchison, R. Peck. C.
Hess, I. McGurn, D. Granger.
Miss Maier, Mrs. Gazely. Miss Brown.
First Row-I. Erbland, H. DiMat-
teo, H. Murphy, A. Webb, V. Mc-
Cleave, I. McMillen.
Second Row'-I. Pace. P. Priest,
B. Luttrell. I. Horn, R. Marchioli,
R. Hembrock, H, Roberts.
Third Row-B. Frohm, I. Papa, E.
Hargreave, M. Wahl, D. Phillips,
Fourth Row-B. Savard, E. Ash-
by, D. Minequale, A. Pescini, V.
Stillute, I. Battaqlini.
,Fifth Row-E. Schubert, G. Bills.
First RowiG. Barnes. D. Wad
dell. A. Lynch, W. Morrison, S
Pybus, I. Dunn. ' '
Second Row f-- D. Cczwczrd. I
Pritchard. M. Peck, A. Montemcro
F. Buck, R. Brueninq, A. Kohl.
Third Row-AI. Mcimroe. S. Konz
I Chesbro. A. Hubbard, A. Shib
ley. V. Stubbings, I. Peters, S
Fourth' Row - M. Pritcher, G
VanThof. N. Rumpi, F. Purkison
R, Lewis, C. Marqeson. W. Cobb
Fifth Rowwli. Woods, W. Zim
mer, L. Holmes. B. Hosley, I. Mars
tin. R. Kier, C. Adams.
Mrs. Chapman, Miss Seymour ' . . A
First Row -Q S. Maftin. F. Mar-
shall, N. Hurloii. T. Rebis. N.
lrrig. P. Murphy.
Second Row-V. Hembrock, F,
Vincent, B. McGuire, H. Hem-
brock, A. Sharp, G. Kishbauqh,
I. Rebis. C. Pierce, B. Olney, M.
Backus, M. MacDonald, P. Cary.
Third Row-M. DeNise. R. Pace.
A, DiLuzio. N. Celehcxr, R. Had-
lev. B. Iorcensen. H. Ebner. L
Cast-ini. I. Alongi, B. lensen.
Fourth Row A M. Silvernail, R
Ryan, D. Bills, L. Bczlucci, R.
Alvut, C. Mcxrlett, W. Smith.
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Learning Freedom Through Restriction
First Row-B. Schubert, D. Dodge, I. Hutchison.
Second Row-Miss Fortmiller, B. MacDonald, Capt. D. Fake,
R. Aparo, Mr. Warner.
Third Row-R. Cawaxfd, M. Beato, A. Villere, D. Masci-
anqelo, V. Battistoni.
Fourth Row-P. Hammond, If Randolph. C. Pierce, D. Reus,
"One step at a time, please" - "No running
in the halls." Student Patrol members were on
the iob enforcing order in the halls between
classes. Captain Fake, with his imaginary club.
blue suit, handcuffs and motorcycle, was the
"man behind the men iand womenl." He tried
to keep peace among students, ranging from
the confused Freshmen to the pressed-for-time
Seniors. The members were elected in their Iun
ior year and served for two years. Members
are proud of their honorary appointments to the
The Student Association
made. possible, through
the plan of 50 cent dues
many of the fine assemb-
lies of the year. Member-
ship .was 100 per cent.
They also handled ticket-
sales for games and ar-
ranged the details of class-
day awards. Officers were:
president. Philip Ha m-
m ond: vice - president,
David Fake: secretary,
Ieanne Hutchinson: treas-
urer, Ernest Enter. '
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First row '- Coach Brennan, N.
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Koehler, G. Schrader, W. Dancy.
Third row-P, Hammond, D. lor.
dan, I. Gabrielli, R. Chesbro.
Fourth row-C. Emery, C. Beck,
Three red bars on a field oi royal blue! Those sharp looking sweaters indi-
cate membership in the Block F. Members of this club have participated active-
ly in sports. Each member must have had either two years in one sport or one
year each in two sports. Last fall, their adviser, Coach Brennan, was host at a
delicious venison supper. In February, Block F put on one of the most popular
Tea Dances of the year, featuring a tumbling act. lim Elliott, President, is assist-
ed -by Dave Fake, Vice-president, Bill Dancy, Secretary, and Charles Beck,
ALPHA BETA PHI
Who were the donors of the Scholarship and Sportmanship Cups at Class
Day? What club put on those novel tea dances? Who boosted the sale ol War
Stamps and Bonds in F. H. S.? What organization was the source oi all the
candy and ice cream? The Alpha Beta Phi. That the "Frat", advised by Mr.
Yonkers, was one of the most active clubs in school is evident after a glance
at the books which reveal a record profit, the envy of all the other clubs. Presi-
dent Carini, Vice-President Galante, Secretary Stolt. Treasurer Iohnson and
Sergeant-atgarms Masciangelo piloted the affairs of the club.
First row-R. Lieb. L. Carini, H.
Montaqliano, V. Battistoni.
Second row - Mr. Yonkers, D.
Mascianqelo, K. Nemitz. C. Stott.
A. Galante. '
Third row - P. Hammond. W.
Grubb, C. Barranco, I. Gabrielli.
R. Iacobson, R. Iohnson.
First row - I, Welch. I. Prescott,
S. Sweeney, M. Brickle, D. Dodge.
Second row -' Mrs. Srteet. I.
Bridges, B. Amann, G. Wahl. B.
Third row - B. Hudson. D. Mc-
Intosh, P. Dodge. B. George. S.
Costello, M. Peck.
Fourth row -- B. Bramer. I. Ma-
lone, L.fMar1ett, P. Titus, D. Vil-
SIGMA CHI DELTA
Purple and white and three mystic symbols- EXA ! She belongs to Sigma
Chi Delta. Last fall, her sorority was the first to sponsor a dance. After this.
came a hayride: then a Night Club Dance. one of the most novel features of
the school year. Thus the year passed, with President Ioan Prescott. Vice-Presi-
dent Ieanne Malone. Secretary Sally Sweeney, Treasurer Barbara MacDonald
and Scribe Ioan Welch in charge. Standing by was the sorority's friendly and
helpful adviser. Mrs. Street.
The mystic symbols SXS, proudly displayed on bright green sweaters,
identify the wearers as members of the SXS Club. The St. Patrick's Day Dance
which they sponsor each year is becoming something oi a tradition. They also
had a sleigh-ride. a Hallowe'en party, and a Christmas party. This club, the
newest in school, was under the direction of Miss Ioyce. Its popularity is rapid-
ly increasing. President Norine Kramer officiated at the meetings while Kate
Barry, lean Dryer and Gertrude Miiller were the vice-president. secretary and
First row - G. Miller, N. Brown
D, Filardo. I. Hembrock. B. Bab
Second row W Miss Ioyce, I
Nemitz, P. Celehar, I. Thompson
M. Ferris. M. Willie.
Thirdrow-R. Spaulding. E, Fer
ris, I. Wilkins. H. Moore, S
Fourth row - N. Kramer, A.
Gaston. B. Prinzivulli, M, Moore.
Filth row -- V. MacNeill, R.
Webb, E. Manchester.
First row --1 E. Ward, L. Malucci
B. Schubert, H. Murphy, E. La
Second row -- Miss Fortmiller, L
Stolt, P. Fisk, A. Stolt. M. Rohr
Third row Y-H M. Burns, L. Fisk
I. Porreca. R. Aparo, A. Villere
Fourth row A I. Hutchinson, B
Earl, H. Voight, A, Parkison, M
Maloney. H. Faust.
Fiith, row - C. Pierce, B. Wil
liams. C. LaRosa, M. Butler, B
Trew, D, Faust
H COSMOPOLITAN CLUB
"Let's not be 'catty', girls!" "lsn't anyone going to pay her dues?" Such re-
marks as these irequently drifted out from under the door of the room where
the Cos was meeting. These friendly girls, guided by Miss Fortmiller, had a fine
record of good-sportsmanship and scholarship of which the school is proud.
They won the Scholarship Cup for four years in succession. On April 13, they
held their annual Penny Social. President Rose Aparo vainly tried to keep the
girls in order long enough to carry onbusiness, Vice-President Betty Schubert
stood ready if needed, Secretary Ieanne Hutchinson recorded the minutes oi
the meetings, and Treasurer Alberta Parkison scooped up the finances.
DRAMATIC CLUB '
"Ohl I forgot my lines!" or "Please walk erectly and speak distinctly!" are
phrases which could be heard "backstage" or "down-lront" as the Dramatic
Club rehearsed under the direction ol Mrs. Bought. President Bill Grabb and
Vice-President Betty Hudson directed the meetings, which Secretary Ieanne
Hutchinson and Treasurer Sally Sweeney record. To further their knowledge oi
the theater world, the Dramatic Club attended plays such as "Harriet" and
"Kiss,and Tel1," and members reported at meetings on recent Broadway plays,
Their assembly program on March 22 was one to be remembered.
First row - G. Pernise, H. Mur-
phy, C. Hospers, I. Taber.
Second row - I. Hutchinson, L.
Sperino, D. McIntosh, S, Schrader.
Third row - Mrs. Rought, L. Mar-
lett, B. Hudson. H. Voigt, S.
Fourth row - B. Earl, P. Dirk. C.
Odell, W. Dcmcy.
Filth row - P. Hammond, D.
Harris, D. Smith, W. Grabb.
First row - E. Ward, D. Dodge,
Second row --G. Pennise, L. Stoll.
S. Spencer, M. Battaqlini.
Third row -- Miss Stoll, L. Reqqi,
M. Ferris, I, Hutchinson.
Fourth row --R. Iennings, H. Ash'
by. R. Webb, E. Brickle.
"Passez-woi le beurre, s'i1 vous plait!" or Ou est la glace?" At the club's
annual "grande soirie," anyone who had passed one year ot French was per-
mitted to exercise his tsometirnes contusedl French vocabulary. President Ralph
Iennings, Vice-President Jeanne Hutchinson, Secretaries Torn Bucher and Dor-
othy Dodge and Treasurer Lena Reggi conducted the business affairs of the
club. The evenings were spent in trying to improve conversational French and
in furthering our knowledge of France. Many ot the boys in the service have
written home about the advantages a knowledge of French gave them and how
much they owed to the Club's adviser, Miss Stolt.
"Where can I find information on Lake Louise?" A triendly member of the
library staff is quick to ofter assistance. Anyone interested in library work re-
ceives valuable instruction as a member of the Library Staff. The members of
this staff aided Miss Fortmiller in stamping and shelving books, preparing new
books and working on the card catalog. These girls gave up two periods a
week to work in the library.
SeatedHS. Capanna, I. Porreca,
N. Zimmer, M. Beato, G. Miiller,
B. -Hudson, B. Earl, S. Costello, M.
Burns. E. Ferris,
Standing - R. Aparo, Miss Fort-
miller, A. Villere, L. Sperino, H.
Moore, I. Welch.
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First row - I. Peck, A. Galante. R. Chesbro. I. Gabrielli.
L. Boas. A. Coco.
Secondrow - G. Schrader. I. Elliott, D. Snyder, V. Masci-
Although no great success
was achieved on the gridiron
by the Fairport boys, there ex-
isted a spirit among the players
and students that has seldom
been equaled in any year at
Mr. Brennan, the new coach,
was met by a fine turnout oi en-
thusiastic, it not experienced.
players. Coach Brennan dis-
played a vast knowledge ot
football tactics and plays and
handled the team with superb
patience' and understanding.
Although the team won no
games during the season, the
opposing players knew that
they had been obliged to fight
for their victories. The boys
showed an enviable spirit
throughout the season.
Inviqorating. isn't it
Play the Game D
Vmny charges around end.
First row-R. Chesbro. D. Snyder, I. Gabrielli, I. Elliott, G. Schrader, P. Hammond, V. Masciangelo
Second row-I. Schrader, A. Coco. W. Hudson, E. Whipple, L. Peters. Coach Brennan. D. McMillen
I, Mahoney, A. Pescini, L. Boas, Manager Fake.
Third row-D. Mascianqelo. H. Iohnson. L. Boas, R. Lieb, R. Koehler, H. Prudom, L. Carini. M, Lucci
Fourth row-C. Clayton, D. Winagle, W. Dancy, W. Barnes, R. Staff. D. Iordon, A, Reggi, R
Iclcobson, W. Grubb.
lfwnners or Losers
We Opposition We Opposition '
36 Marion f 26 54 Spencerport 31
29 Brighton 39 23 Webster
27 Brockport 39 49 Brockport
, 25 Webster 25 25 East Rochester
28 Irondequoit 45 29 Honoyoe Falls
20 East Rochester 32 30 Pittsford
24 Spencerport 28 39 Pittsford
32 Brighton 47 ' Z7 Honoyoe Falls
29 Irondequoit 49
The Iunior Varsity had an extremely successful season win-
ning a maiority of their games. The Iayvees were paced by
Don Iordan. Dave Beato and Doug Snyder.
First row-G. Galante, C. Stolt,
D. Iordan. D. Beato, D. Snyder.
D, Winaqle. D. McMillen.
Second row - E. Whipple, G.
Battaqlini, R. Staff. W. Barnes.
H. Konz, R. Lieb, R. Lewis.
First row - C. Odell. N. Seaman. P. Hammond. T. Brothers. W. Grabb, Coach Brennan.
Second row-V, Battistoni. I. Gabrielli. W. Dancy. C. Emery. C. Barranco, C. Beck, R. Chesbro, L.
Burgey. D. Fake.
The Red and Blue in '45
The fortunes of the court warriors of Fairport
underwent a turn for the better during the '44-'45
Under the tutelage of Coach Brennan. the
boys developed into a smooth-functioning team.
chalking up 4 wins and 8 losses in the county
The offensive strength of the Red and Blue
cagers was realized in Neil Seaman and Tom
Brothers. Tommy in one game topped the 20-
point mark, scoring 22 points and nearing a
county record. He was named to the All-County
second team. Neil often topped 10 points per
game and gave ample aid to Brothersi Captain
Phil Hammond was a tower of strength under
the boards and seldom missed a rebound. The
rest of the team gave loyal support. The ,season
ended with Fairport holding an 8-9 won-lost
Managers Waddell and Lewis
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Fight, Team! Fight -
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"Come on Red! Come on Blue!" With this
cheer the 1945 squad, of. cheerleaders spurred
the teams on topgreater ettorts on the iootball
field and the basketball court. -
Ioan Prescott was captain ofthe cheerleaders
and proved worthy .of the position. At regular
,practices each 'Wednesday noon. the cheer-
leaders met with Miss Donkf the adviser, to
plan pep meetings and originate stunts and
Fairport High School has an age-old reputa-
tionfor its school spirit and splendid sportsman-
ship. It is such a group as this that helps to keep
our traditions alive. '
S. , Costello '
and School Spirit
Seated - S. Costello, A. Parki-
son, M. Beato. S. Sweeney, C.
I.aRosa. E. La Pietra, B. Hull, C.
Standing --- M. Burns, L. Malucci.
N. Wochner, N. Grabb. H. Faust.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
7'A team for every girl and every girl on a team," is the motto for the Girls'
Athletic Association. On entering high school, every girl automatically be-
comes a member. 1
At the beginning of this year officers were elected.'lt: is a tradition that the
president and general manager must be seniors, the treasurer, a junior, the vice'--.
president a sophomo1'e. and the sec1'etary a ireshman. Oiiicers were elected by
popularrvote and sports managers were chosen to complete the council oi the
G. A. A. Officers this year were: president, Mary Beato: treasurer. Betty Hud-
son: vice-president, Lucy Malucci: secretary, Barbara Hull: general manager.
Alberta Parkison: adviser, Miss Donk. ,
The main purpose ot the G. A. A. is to arouse interest in sports and to tur-
ther understanding and participation. The G. A. A. contributes money toward
new equipment and towardthe athletic awards made. atrfthe end oi the year.
, : f
" G. Wilson
C. La Rosa
FIELD HOCKEY HONOR TEAM
Something new was added to the list of girls' sports this year. lt is a game
called field hockey. The girls had never played hockey before, but they all
co-operated with Miss Donk while she explained the game. Everyone enioyed
the new sport and is looking forward to another year of it. At the end of the
season an Honor Team was chosen.
BASKETBALL HONOR TEAM
At the end of the basketball season six girls were chosen by iellow-partici-
pants to make up the Basketball Honor Team. Honor Team qualifications are:
good sportsmanship, co-operation, and excellent playing ability. Every girl
aspires to membership. Each year the members of the Honor Team have their
names engraved on a bronze plaque which hangs in Miss Donk's office. Being
a member of the Honor Team is one of the greatest honors a girl can achieve.
in Uur School
Sally and Huich play Q friendly-.
"Strike one on Gail," says
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Whcf. qoes up musi
Building Happiness through Health
Besides participating in sports
activities in weekly gym clas-
ses, the girls also had a chance
to display their athletic ability
in sports activities after school.
Among these sports were bas-
ketball, baseball, soccer, ping
pong, badminton, volley ball
and hockey. Tumbling, archery.
hiking, and riding were includ-
ed as minor sports. Each girl
was entitled to participate in as
'nany as she chose.
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
"Wasn't that caroling by the Girls' Glee Club
at the Christmas Assembly beautiful?" "'l'rn
looking forward to the Cantata presented by
the girls at the Annual Spring Concert!" The
Girls' Glee Club, under the leadership of Mr.
Carroll Vance, was indeed a very talented
group. Twice a year they presented concerts-
first in an assembly and later atj the Spring
Concert, accompanied by Dorothy Dodge. For
the past five years they have sung at the Bacca-
laureate Services. No other organization has
provided more real pleasure throughout the
year than the Girls' Glee Club.
First row-I.. Malucci. C. Hos-
pers. H. Murphy, D. Dodge. A.
Moore. H. Young. '
Second row - P. Dodge, B. Lut-
trell. A. Pappert. S. Smith, P.
Third row - M. Marvin. I. Por-
reca, I. Welch. B. Buholtz, M.
Peck, G. Shibley. B. George.
Fourth row -- L. Phillips. S.
Aldridge. B. Graves. S. Kier, P.
Filth row - C. Pierce. B. Wil-
liams. E. Woods, B. Prinziwialli. H.
First row-M. Murphy. N. Zim-
mer, L. Mascianqelo. D. Filardo,
L. Stolt, E. Ward.
Second row - S. Ionston, I.
Briggs, P. Rice. B. Ellsworth. A.
Third row - A. Lewis, L. Van-
Bortle, P. Celehar, M. Matz, L.
Fourth row - B. Earl, L. Marlett,
M. Maloney. D. McIntosh, N.
Grabb. G. Wilson, R. Aparo, B.
Hull. M. Kleinhenz.
Filth row - B. Bramer, C. La-
Rosa, N. Kramer. A. Williams, H.
Appreciation of Music
"Let's try the tenors and the basses separate-
ly! That harmony was just right, but the altos
should bring out their part." The Mixed Chorus,
directed by Miss Genevieve Watson, was a
group of' both boys and girls whose voices
blended harmoniously as they sang many ot
the old favorites.
At an assembly they presented two selec-
tions, accompanied by Gail Wilson: "God Bless
Our Boys in War," a tribute to our fighting men,
and "A Song of Peace" with a violin obligato
by Miss Snow.
First row-G. Wilson, S. Iohnston.
Second row -- Miss Watson, B.
Hull, M. Matz, H. Faust.
Third row - W. Lewis, B. Earl.
Fourth row - R. Young. I. Erb-
land, A. Brooks, D. Harris.
First row - W. Bowman, R.
Sternberg, R. Santini, H. Gardner,
Second row - Miss Watson, I.
Brizee. I. Erbland, D. Iordan, I.
Hutchinson, D. Harris.
Third row - H. Ashby, D. Smith.
W. Lewis. P. Holmes, C. Emery.
Fourth row - R. Young, D. Win-
aqle, N. Seaman, A. Brooks, R.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
"Sit erect and breath
deeply, boys" - "Now
build up that crescendo
and then decrescendo soft-
ly." Such was the Boys'
Glee Club at work under
the able direction of Miss
Genevieve Watson and
accompanied by Ieanne
Hutchinson. Their reper-
toire was diversiiied. and
their music in assembly
Ou They Have
First row H- D. Mahoney. Mrs
Street. adviser. E. Enter. art edi
tor, M. Beato.
Second row V--. R. Kittie. D.
Dodge. H. Montagliano. H. Moore
V. Battistoni. B, MacDonald, S
First row -' Miss Snovi, adviser,
A. Villere. managing editor. B.
Williams, editor-in-chief, M. Burns.
B. Amann, N. Brown.
Second row -- B. Schubert. M.
MurphY. I. Wilkins, I. Hutchinson.
S. Schrader. D. Faust.
Third row -- I. Specht. I. LaPietra.
L. Sperino. R. Aparo. P. Titus. I.
First row h- I. Porreca, circula-
tion manager. Mr. Schworm. ad-
viser. P. Hammond. business man-
Second row - S. Capanna, I.
Prescott. A. Parkison. M. Moore.
I. Iohnston, D. Fake. L. Smith. I.
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CHRISTMAS COMES TO E. H.
"sT1LL SHINES THE sun"
AN APPRECIATIVEZ AUDIENCE
BRUSHES Fi.Y,11NiA1fi11T Room
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AN ARTIST ON OUR STAGE
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PLENTY OF THRILLS FOR 20c
IT'S POTENT STUFF
QUITE A GADGET, ISN'T IT?
SCIENCE TILL SIX!
LOUISE WITH THE 518
in Social Ubligations
TOO MANY COOKS? UH! UH!
FIVE FEET TWO, EYES OF BLUE
CIVIL AIR PATROL
ONLY A NICKEL
BUYING BONDS FOR VICTORY
Fostering an Appreciation of Uihers
THREE FRIENDLY PEOPLE
This picture is faked. No one has ever iseen the school's
busiest people sitting down on the iob. By a bit of trick photog-
raphy, the camera has caught them in a mood of relaxation.
We knew you wouldn't believe it, but the camera doesn't lie.
Mrs. Cobb. Mr. Hess, and Mr. Prong are always on hand
with a friendly smile and cheery "Good morning."A Faculty and
students ioin in a hearty cheer for these accommodating and A
very willing workers.
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Paul Allison 9: Lt. Ioseph Cummings 5, 9: William Abigail 8: 2nd Lt. Iohn Ackerman 7: Charles
Adams Sflc 6: Cpl. Andy Adams 5: Patrick Ahern Sflc 8: Charles Aldridge Slfc 7: Lt. Norman
Alle 5: Cpl. Gordon Alles 8: Cpl. Raeiield Ames 1. 5: Pic. Lewis Ansuini 5: Pvt. Sam Ansuini 5:
Plc. Frank Aparo 6: Pic. Eames Aparo 8: Lt. Emanuel Apostal 6: lst Lt. Charles Arnold 7: Pic.
Thomas Ashby 5: Sgt. Daniel Atiield 8: Wilmot Babcock C. P. O. S: lst Lt. Wentworth Baker 5:
Pvt. Ioseph Barnes 7: LaVerne Barnum MM3fc 7: Ens. Charles Barranco 7: Plc. Russell Barranco
5: Plc. Anthony Bartolotta 8: SfSgt. Victor Bartolotta 6: Pvt. William Basile 7: Pvt. Henry
Battaglini 7: Pvt. Ruth Belt 7. 1
SfSgt. David Beato 5: Pvt. Iames Beato 5: Pic. Frank Beato 7: Pvt. Iohn Bell 8: Cpl. Robert Bell 8:
Lt. Sidney Bell 8: Mary Benlonte H. A. llc 7: Lt. li.q.l Patrick BenFonte 5: Arthur Bennett Rd. Miifc
8: Gerald Bennett Slfc 5: Sgt. Alphonse Bentiveqna 7: Charles Bieler TMU Sfc 7: Pic. Harry Bieler
8: Lt. Welton Bills 5: L. R. Bingham E. M llc 8: lst Lt. George Bluhm 5: lst Lt. Richard Bluhm 5:
William Bode 4: SfSgt, Harland Bortle 5: Cpl. Cecil Bostian 5: Lawrence Bown Flfc 6: Leman
Bown Slfc 8: FIO Kenneth Bridges 6: Alfred Brien Slfc 8: Cpl. Gilbert Brien 7: Sgt. Paul
Briggs 5: George Brooks Slfc 5: FXO Willis Brown 3, 5: Plc. Melvin Buck 6: Pvt. Nelson Buck 5.
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Cpl. Howard Buck 7: SfSgt. Walter Budqem 7: Pfcflohn Burke 5: Cpl. William Burke 5: Sgt.
Robert C. Burns 8: SlSqt. Robert Bums 8: Plc. Ernest Burns 8: Sgt. Carl Buscami 6: Clarence
Buss Sllc 6: Plc. Harold Butler 4: Edward Carney 5: Cpl. Anthony Cascini 6: SlSqt. Ioseph
Casini 5: Iohn Cascini S2fc 7: Peter Cascini SC 3fc 6: Frank Casella 31: AMM 7: lst Lt. Ioseph
Casella 5: Cpl. Samuel Casella 5: Plc. Sebastian Casella 5: Pvt. Gordon Castor 8: Richard Castor
Sllc 6: Bruno Capanna SF 3fc 6: Plc. Howland Caulkins 6: Cpl. William Coward. Ir. 5: Sgt.
Stuart Chapman 8: Cadet Nurse Hazel Ann Chesbro 7: Sqt. Fred Chiccino 6: Lt. Ioseph Chiccino 8:
Plc. Iolxn Chiccino 5: Cpl. Iohn Clark 8.
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Norman Clark AOIC 7: Plc. Nelson Clark 5: Harold Clayton Fllc 8: SfSqt. Iames Clifford 8:
Cpl. Ierry Cliliord 4, 5: T15 Iohn Clilford 4: Gordon Cobb S2lc 7: Richard Cobb MM Zfc 6: Sgt.
Niclrolas Coco 6: Cpl. Ieannelte Collee 4: Sgt. LaVeme Coffee 7: Pic. lack Colletta 7: Cpl. Iames
Connolly 6: Sgt. Robert Connolly 5: Pic. Lester Conover 5: Raymond Coomber Slfc 6: 'l'fSgt.
Leon Coon 7: Cpl. Warren Cornelius 5: Pvt. Michael Costanza 7: Sam Costanza Cox 6: Iohn
Costello S2fc 8: Daniel Crowell Mus Zfc 7: Francis Crowley l: SlSqt. Iames Crowley 6: Lt.
Iohn Crowley 8: Alexander -Dilkccursio 3: Tedo D'Aurizio Mus. 3fc 8: Plc. Iohn Deal 5:
' SfSgt. Ted Deal 6: Cpl. Morris DeBuclr 5.
lst. Lt. Iohn DeDomenico 7: Lt. Warren Deland 6: F10 Floyd Delaguardia 7: Sgt. Ioseph Delag-
quardia 7: Pvt. William Delaguardia 8: Pvt. Lyle DeMocker 8: Cpl. Donald Derrenbacker 5: Sgt.
Albert lDiRisio 5: Pvt. Anthony DiRisio 5: Pic. Charles Diflisio 7: Pic. Floyd Dillisio 6:,-Ens. Iohn
DiRisio 5: SfSgt. Marco DiRisio 7: Cpl. Louis DiRisio 7: Pic. Nick DiRisio 7: Plc. William Di-
Risio 6: Sqt. Carmen A. DiRisio 5: Pvt. William Dickinson 5: Pic. Angelo DiMatteo 5: Alton Dins-
more MM2fc B: Sgt. Earl Dinse 7: 2nd Lt. Iohn Dixon 6: Plc. William Dixon 6: Plc. Clarence Dodd
5: Allan Donk S2lc 7: George Douglas RM Zfc 8: Pic. lack Douglas 8: Pvt. Iohn Dovan 3:
Lt. Ierome Doyle 7: Cpl. Iohn DuBois 8.
Capt. Edward Dudley 7: Richard Dudley Flfc 6: Lt. Robert Dudley 7: Edward Dunn 8: Kenneth
Dunn 5: Melvin Dunn 8: Norman Dunn 6: Paul Earl CMM 6: Ierry Earl RM Zfc 8: RichardtEberts
Slfc 6: Arvid Ellsworth 8: Iames Ellsworth Flfc 5: Cpl. Iohn Ellis 6: Cpl. Carlton Elliott S: Lt.
George, Elliott 7: Pvt. Lanard Emerick 5: Ptc. Donald Everdyke 7: Cpl. Mervin Evans 8: Pic. Iames
Fairchild Ill: 5: Capt. Gordon Fake 5: Cpl. Carl Farqnoli'7: Pic. Nelson Fez-rin 7: Sgt. Francis
Ferris 5: lst Lt. Robert Ferris 8: lst Lt. Iames Flanagan 8: Iahn Freeman 'P. O: 9: FXO Marc Freer'7:
Cpl. Leland Gardner 8: TfSqt. Herbert Gazley 5: Robert Gifford RT Zfc 6. L,
Cpl. Warren Gilbert 5: Albert Granger Sllc 6: Iames Granger Slfc 6: Robert Granger G. M. llc 6:
Sgt. Glenn Granger 5: AIC Morris Granger 7: David Greene 5: AIC Roy Goetzman 7: Cpl. Alvin
Good 8: Cpl. Wendell Good 8: Plc. George Gropp 4: Herbert Gropp Sllc' 7: T15 Iohn Gropp 7:
TlSgt. Paul Gropp 5: William Gropp Sllc 4: George Gould MM Zfc 7: Gordon Goyette RDM Zlc
8: Sgt. William Goyette 8: Robert Goyette AMM llc 8: SlSgt. Joseph Guarino 7: Frank Garaiono 1:
Cpl. Charles Hallings 5: AIC Dewey Hamm nd 6: George Hammond C. P. O. 7: Carl Hansen
Y2fc 6: Pvt. Miles Hare 5: Richard Hare SSC S: Wayland Hare 8: R. I.. Harmon MM 2fc 6:
Donald Harris RM Zfc 8.
Ens. Robert Hart 6: Pvt. William Hartigan 7: Edmund Hartley A. O. M. 31 c 7: Sgt. Iames Hartley 5:
Phillip Hartley Y3lc B: Alexander Hay Ill 8: Pvt. Lawrence Hembrock 1: lst Lt. Robert Hertal 6:
George Hess S2fc 8: Cpl. Eugene Hess 8: lst Lt. Richard Hill B: Robert Hockenurg Sllc 8: Cpl.
Harold I-loldemess 5: Sgt. Bruce Holt 7: Pvt. Iack Holt 5: lack Holter Slfc 8: Cpl. Clarence Holtz 5:
SfSgt. Donald Holtz 5: Sgt. Elmer Holtz 5: Pvt. William Honeck 5: lst Lt. Philip Hospers 7: Cpl.
Gordon Howe 5: SlSgt. Charles Hubbard 8: Pvt. George Hurlburt 8: Capt. Harold Hurlburt 8:
Donald Hull Sllc 5: 2nd Lt. David Hull 8: TlSgt. Paul Humphrey 1. 5: Pvt. Kenneth Ingianni 7:
Dewey jackson Y2lc 8,
Sqt. ,Matiorie Iqcobson 7: sfsgg. :Harold Jesse 7: Pic. Iohn 'Iewette 5: T15 Dovid Starr Iordan 8:
Pvt. Stanley' Iorddn 8: ,TIS Plcvid Kelsey 8: Sgt. Arthur Kesby 5: Plc. Iohn Kenny 8: Cpl. Vincent
Kennelly 5: Sgt. Gordon King 6: Cpxl., Lester King'5: 'SfSqt. Ernest King 5: Pvt. Floyd King 5: Pvt.
Theodore King 5: Cpl. Curl'Kishbaugh 1, 5: Pic. Austin Kleihcrmer 5: Sgt. Edwdrd Kleinhanz 8:
Lawrence Kleinhenz 'Flfc 5: TfSgtL"Edwin Knight, 8:' Pvt. Lloyd Knight 8: Pvt. Edward Kohl 7:
Lawrence Kohl A. MM, 3-!c,7::Tf5 Robert Kohl 5: Ens. Henry Kohl 7: Cpl. Elden Kramer 7: Lt.
Robert Krdmer 1, 5: Cpl. Dondld Kriel 7: Cpl. Leslie Kuhns 8: Pvt. Hebert Lcrirci TY: 'Pfc. William
Pvl. Albert LaPietra 7: Cpl. Tony LaPietra 5: Pic. Sandy LaPietra 5: Sql. Donald Larzelere 8: Pic.
Dick Larzelere 8: Cpl. Iohn Laughlin 5: Pvt. William Laughlin 5: Pic. Iules Lazerson 5: Cpl.
Manuel Lazerson 6: 2nd Ll. Frederick Leary 1, 5: 2nd Lt. Donald LeFroisjl,7: Robert LeFrois Sllc
8: TlSgl. Elmer Leopold 5: Cyal. Iulius 'Lerzak 5: Ioseph Lerzak S2fc 5: Cpl. Glenn Losey 7: 2nd
Ll. Harry Lovelesef5: lfJ....lain MacDonald Ir. HA llc 7: Pic. Alton MacNeill 5: Li. G. q-.J Ronald
Macomber 8: MfSal. Gordon Maine 5: Pic. Iames Maine 6: Kennelh Maine CM 3fc 8: Pvt. Lynn
Malcolm 7: S1'Sql. Roland Malcolm 4, 5: Pic. Carmen Marchiole 7: Pic. Nickalos Marchiole 5:
Cpl. Henry Mascianqeio 7: Cpl. Lewis Mascianqelo 5: Vincent Masciangelo 8.
AIS Donald Marlelt 7: Iervis Marlin Sllc 8: Ens. Henry Martin 7: Cpl. George Metz 5: AIC Fred-
rick Maybee 8: sfsgu. William Maybee 8: Pic. Charles McCaffery 5: Capt. Hillary McLeod 7:
Cpl. Shirley McLeod 5: Sgt. Stanley McLeod 7: Cpl. Louis McLouth 5: Merrill McMillen Sllc 8:
Harvey McMillen Mics. 7: Paul Menaguale S2fc 7: Cpl. Thomas Menaquale 6: Frank Messerino 7:
Pvt. William Messerino 4: lsi Lt. Iohn Miller B, 7: Pic. Chester' Miner 5: Sql. Lester Miner 5: Elmer
Minwell 7: Cpl. Fred Monlemaro 7: Cpl. Perry Montemaro 8: Cpl. Sam Monlemaro 6: Pic. Bennie
Monlagliano 5: Plc. Dominic Moniagliano 5: Henry Monlaqliano 8: Mary Moniagliano Slfc 7:
AXC Alvin Moore 7: Li. Charles Moore 5.
Cpl. Burton Moulton 8: Robert Nemitz S2lc 7: Cpl. Arthur Neiss 8: Ptc. Gerald O'Brien 8: 1st Lt.
Alice O'Dell 5: Walter Pappert S2lc 8: Pic. Howard Parkison 1. 6: Carl Patterson S20 3lc 6: Pic.
Pasquale Pescini 5: Plc. Arthur Phillips S: Lt. Frederick Phillips 5: Robert Phillips GM 3fc 8:
'I'fSqt. Walter Phillips 8: Daniel Piccarelli GM 3fc 6: Cpl. Iames Pierce 7: AIC Stewart Pierce 4:
Cpl. Earl Pittinaro 5: Sgt. Frances Pittinaro 5: Nick Pittinaro Slfc 6:- SfSgt. Samuel Pittinaro 5'
Pfc. George Polveno B: Cpl. Philip Polveno 5: Arthur Pomponio S2fc 8: ,Cpl. Frank Pomponio 6:
Pvt. Mario Pomponio 1.5: lst Sgt. Doriald Potter 8: Pic. Robert Potter 8: Iames Prescott OM 3lc 5:
Znd Lt. Phillip Price 7: Pvt. Erwin Priest 6. ' n '
Pic. Gordon Priest 7: Pic. Iohn Prinzivalli 5: Ioseph Proietta EM llc 8: Sgt. Alan Prudom 4: SfSqt.
Ralph Quinlin 5: Pvt. David Ranney 7: Pic. Allred Rinaldo 1. 5: Cpl. Carl Rinaldo 5: Plc. Allred
Ritter 8: Angelo Rizzo 8: Pic. Robert Rohr 5: Donald Root Slfc 5: Sgt. Donald Rumpl 8: Cpl.
Iames Rumpl 5: Pvt. Alvin Russell 5: George Salmon F2fc 8: Anthony Santini GM 3lc 5: Plc.
Iesse Santini 5: SfSqt. Joseph Saporito 6: Cpl. Charles Sauer 7: Harold Sauer Slfc 7: Pfc. Alex-
ander Scarazzo 5: lst Lt. Edmund Schermerhom 6: Pvt. William Schieten 7: Richard Schoolmaster
6: Ronald Schrader GM 3fc 5: Pvt. Iay Schrader 7: Sqt. Harry Schumacher 6: 2nd Lst. Howard
Schumacher 8: SfSqt. Leo Schumacher 3.
Cpl. Roy C. Schumacher 8: Pic. Ellroy Schutt 6: William Schutt S. A. D. Zfc 8: AIC Don Scott 7:
Pic. Gordon Scott 5: Pfc. Merrill Seaman 6: Cpl. Ioseph Sestito 5: Lt. Dorothy Sever 6: Lloyd
Shook MMM llc 7: Pvt. Victor Shults 7: 2nd Lt. Iames Smith 3, 5: SfSqt. James D. Smith 7:
Robert Smith SUM Zlc 8: Donald Soles B. M. llc 6: Lt, George Sales 5: Robert Soles 7: Sam
Sozio S2fc 6: Sqt. Michael Sperino 5: Iack Staly S2fc 7: lay Staly 7: Vincent Stelluto 5: Pic.
William Sternberq 5: Cpl. Roy Steubing 5: Royal Steubinq 4: Doyle Stiner Slfc 6: Plc. Glenn
' Stiner 7: Cpl. Tony Stolt 4: Cpl. Dominic Stolt 5: Sgt. Herman Stolt 5: Cpl. Perry Stolt 5.
Pic. Ernest' Stuppa 5: Pic. Nick Stuppa 5: Cpl. Thomas Stuppa 5: lack Stuart S1Ic 4: 2nd Lt.
Philip Sturdevant 8: Pic. Mack 'Stutzman 8: Allan Sullivan S1,Ic 3: SISqt. Kenneth Swartz 7:
Sgt. Hugh Sweeney 6: Sgt. Iames Sweeney 5: Rex Trew 6: Pvt. Henry Tiraborelli 4: Plc. Nick
Tiraborelli 7: Maior Charles Tolhurst 8: Pvt. Warren Towner 7: Cpl. Robert Trimble 6: William
Trowell MM 3Ic 5: Alfred Trullo 8: Edward Valentine AIS 7: PIO Gordon Valentine 7: TI 5 George
Van Bortle 8: Thomas Van Bortle FlIc 8: Cpl. Louis Van DerMallie 6: Cpl. Willis Van DerMallie 5:
Cpl. Robert VanThol 6: Pvt. Wayne VanThoi 5: Pic. Ray Verstraete 8: Pvt. Dully Viqaretti 7:
SISgt. Henry Viqaretti 7: David Vincent SlIc 6.
Cpl. Frederick Vincent 5: Capt. Paul Vineberg 5: Pvt. Lawrence Virginia 7: Sam Virginia Slfc
SfSgt. Raymond Voigt 8: T15 Robert Voigt 8: Robert Van Dusen Sl! c 5: Ens. Walter Wadekis
George Wagner Slfc 7: SfSqt. Robert Wagner 7: Russell -Wahl 6: SfSgt. Kenneth Walker
SfSgt. Iohn Ward 4: Pic. Robert Ward 5: Cpl. George Warmer 5: Commander Holliswarner
Bob Waterstraw Flfc 4: Pvt. Iames Welch 8: Arthur Wemes S2fc 6: Alfred Westerman Flfc
Pic. Charles White 1: AIC Howard Whitman 7: Pfc. Thomas Wheeler 5: Cpl. Donald Whipple
Pvt. George Wilhelm 8: Lt. Donald Williams 5, 2: Znd Lt. Raymond Williams 7: Ens. Richa
Williams 6: Ens. Douglas Wilson 6: Pic. Ralph Wilson 7.
Pvt. William Wilson 6: Cpl. Howard Wissick 5: SfSgt. Franklin Witt 7:'SfSgt. George Wixson 7:
Pvt. Fred Wockner 8: Lt. Leonard Wood 5. 6: Pic. Paul Wood 8: S!Sgt. Ralph Wood 5: Carl
Wynings I-'llc 6: Sgt. Frederick Wynings 7: Pic. George Wynings 4: Robert Wagor S2fc 7: Pic.
Leonard Young 6: Rose Zito S2fc 7: Sgt. Edward Zuller 5: Sgto Carl Burlingame 5: Fred Weisen-
berger 8: Paul Page 5, 1: Donald Bueg 7: Pvt. Ioe Colletta 8: S1'Sgt. Harry Rainbow 8: Lt. Leo G.
Clifford 8: Cpl, Ernest E. Gazley 6: Oscar W. Guelich 8: Pic. Edward K. Ryder 7:
Carl Gears Sllc 6: TfSgt. Harold C. Gears 7: Capt. Leigh Greenfield 7: Capt. David Hodgson 7:
Lt. Robert C. Mabry 7.
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Pvt. Agnes Manzek 7: Plc. Emil Manzek 5: Ptc. David Nemyier 6: Pvt. Fritz Nemyier 6:
Pvt. Iames Barnard 7.
Through the fine co-operation of an in-
terested community, the staff is able to
present the foregoing 518 pictures. Infor-
mation is presented as it came to us up
to April 20.
We regret any errors or omissions.
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-Missing in Action 6--Pacific Theater
-Prisoner of War 7-U. S. A,
-Discharged 8---Whereabouts Unknown
B-Former Teacher in F. H. S. , .
War is hell, or so they say.
But l should know - I died today.
I fought at Remagen and Guadalcanal -
They don't need to tell me that was is hell.
I died in the toxholes ot Bataan:
I fell in Iwo Iima's sand.
They raised a cross above my head
"Unknown Soldier" was all it said.
Iames Randolph, '45
V TO A GOB
I know a sailor boy named Paul:
He's very handsome, sweet and tall.
He loves to dance and so do I,
That must be why I like the guy. -
When he came home the other day,
He had about six months' back pay:
We didn't sit at home, you see,
We "did the town," my gob and me.
Now, when this war is through and won
There's going to be'a lot of fun,
'Cause when that sailor gets back home,
He'll have no other chance to roam.
Elsie F erris, '45
Over this world a sleep will tall,
And with the dawn a peace will come:
Homeward we'll march, friend and toe.
Some of us will not return -
Peace to us came at an earlier time.
Peace is a sweet but costly thing
Not iust time, and money wasted.
But lives-thousands of lives,
Lives that might have been rich and lull
Had they not been sacrificed
Dorothy Faust, '45
A SAILOR BOY
Today he struts along the street,
Proud in his navy blue:
Tomorrow who knows what he may meet
Along with the rest of his crew?
In three more months he'll be nineteen,
"Almost an old man now":
But who can say how the years between
Will treat his unlined brow?
We put our trust in lads like him,
, Proud and brave and true,-
And who can doubt that hiscourage and
t vim '
Will see the whole thing through?
Betty Williams, '45
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Brown. Lee Holden
F iandack, Richard
F onzi, Edward
Hammond, Edward I.
Hart, W. T.
Hockenbury, Lloyd Iackson
Land, Edward Iames
These menrare also on the F. H. S. Roll of Honor. We
regret not having their pictures to print nor any informa-
tion to give out about them.
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interesting and profitable employment.
Average Salary: 555.00 Weekly
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University of Buffalo, Buffalo l4, N. Y.
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KEEFE FEED STORE
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FOR YOUR POST-WAR
Best Wishes To The
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for which you are best suited . . . and let R.B.I.'s exclusive
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FAIRPORT SENIOR CLASS
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ROCHESTER, N, Y.
K E N S C H W Q R M Compliments ot
Youia Lira INSURANCE Apvisriz A FRIEND
Agent tor .
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Home Office---New York, N, Y.
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S- OUTFITTERS
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ADVERTISERS OF 20 YEARS AGO
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Rochester Gas and Electric
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Kohler G Wooden Hat Shop
Russel Service Station
james M. Finnegan, Inc.
Bob Fisk, 'l7+lnsurance
S. Morey Ev Son
F. T. Murphy
Howard C1 Willis
Geo. B. Hart
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"l, B." Overalls
Quality Bake Shoppe
F. M. Bahler
Wagor Drug CO.
Green Lantern Inn
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E. D. Warren
H. I. Schumacher
F. A. Terpening
Fairport Hat Shop
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The Students of Fairport High School
gratefully acknowledge the loyal support of
our I I4 advertisers and friends
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Sept. 5-Studies begin.
Sept. 14 - Seniors organize: Randolph,
Sept. 23 - First football game. Lost Gor-
don Cobb to Navy. F
Oct. 5-Iapanese-Americans entertained
us in assembly. S
Oct. 10-Clubs pledged. Initiation. First
Oct. 18-Puppeteers present "Robinhood."
Oct. 20-Sophomores choose Emery. .
Oct. 24-Freshmen elect Brizee.
Oct. 26--Straw vote elects Dewey. As
Fairport votes so votes the nation - Oh,
Oct. 27-No school - teachers attend
Nov. 6-More carrots eaten than put in
bushels at carrot-topping.
Nov. 6-7-Senior pictures taken.
Nov. ll-Cos and Sigma Chi Delta go
hay-riding and dancing. - ,
Nov. 22-Pruth MacFarland brings inspir-
ing music. -
Nov. 24-Many couples "promenaded"
home after Senior Barn Dance.
Nov. 27-Christmas cards sold by Seniors.
Dec. l--Snow-the iirst .ot five bad storms!
Dec. 7-ABO Club started Bond Drive.
8-Fairport defeated Spencerport
24-23. Senior pictures arrived.
Dec. 14-Girls donned slacks.
Dec. 15--"Roberta" Koehler and "Donna"
Smith donned skirts. '
Dec. 19-English classes and chorus pre-
sented Miss Snow's "Still Shines the Star"
tor a Christmas assembly.
Dec. 22-Senior Ball.. Phil Hammond and
Louise Sperino shared the throne.
Ian. Z-School almost paralyzed by the
heavy snow storm. A
Ian. 3-"Line forms on the right," for
"snowed in" excuses.-
Ian. 10-Mr. Warner late for school: Miss
Hodge had an extra pupil.
Ian. 2-25-Tests, tests, tests!
Ian. 25-All tests except Regents postpon-
ed: Old man Winter again.
Ian. 26-Our basketball team beat Spen-
cerport again. 54-33.
Ian. 31-Oh, No? Report cards again?
Feb. 1-2-School closed -fuel shortage.
Feb. 6-Martial music between classes to
remind us ot the March of Dimes.
Feb. 8-"Watch the birdie and smile!"
Hour Glass pictures.
Feb. 13-Game at Brighton. School closed
Feb. 14 -- Flutter! Flutter!
Feb. 23-Block F dance with orchestra and
Feb. 27-Pianist Hasken returned.
Mar. 2--First Sock Dance-Duz does
Mar. 7-U. S. Employment Service repre-
sentatives interviewed Seniors.
Mar. 9-Last home game - Honeoye.
Audiometry tests given.
Mar. 15--Seniors present "Come Rain or
Shine," a great success. Puppeteers re-
turned with "Alice in Wonderland."
Mar. 21-Mr. Warner's birthday: Pat and
Beverly bring a cupcake!
Mar. 22-Physical fitness movies.
Mar. 29-School dismissed at noon. Senior
Apr. 9-School reopened. Has the Easter
Bunny been good to you?
Apr. 20-ABO held dance.
May 8-V-E Day Assembly
May 30-Memorial Day.
Iune 18-21-Regents! !
Iune 26-Senior High Commencement.
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