Fairport High School - Hourglass Yearbook (Fairport, NY)
- Class of 1947
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Snpt. 'lf Ciiffiw, Mr, A. Cnr:-5, Mr. H. Votter, Mrs. l.. Dodge, Mr, S. Pe: It 'Ni I lirzinn-r,
Dr. C. WVhitney, M R lx i , Mr. j. Iii'uisChnzi1't, Mr. j. Cornish.
Quietly, efiieiently, the Board of Education works "behind the
scenes" to keep our schools running smoothly. in the dedication of
this page to these men and women, we wish to express our gratitude
for their untiring devotion to the youth of Fairport.
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Life is like a garden . .
The way of democracy has heen
shown us this year by the very capable
ofhcers of the Student Association. This
group, chosen hy the entire student
body, has rendered invaluable services
to everyone. It was headed hy Neil
Seaman as President and Phillip Uirkx
was ready to take over at any time. The
minutes were kept hy Patricia Fisk
while the finances were watched over
hy Clarence Ellsworth.
STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS
C. Ellsworth, N. Seaman, P, Dirkx.
Each year a girl and hoy from the
Senior Class are chosen to keep watch
over the Hag. It is their duty to see
that it is flying all day and carefully
put away at night. This year the honor
fell to Grace Pennise and Harold
Gardner, and they have performed
their duties well.
H. Gardner, G. Pennise
Rich blossoms of all varieties
She first won our hearts when xv:
were lfreshinen. As honierooni teaehei
and elass adviser she guided us wisely
through that first hewildering year,
tempering admonishinent with praise.
XVe loved ner too when we were
Sophomores. Although she held the
position of Senior class adviser hoth
years, she also consented to help us
XVe really hegan to appreciate ht-r
when we were sluniors. XVirh her usual
spontaneity and sparkling good humor
she directed us through a very sueeessf
Now we are Seniors. 'l'hi'oughout the
four busy years of high school, she has
heen standing hy, full of interest and
eneouragenient. No other person has
played so great a part in our daily
To you - -
grow side by side
MISS FLORENCE STOLT
We dedicate this 1947 HOUR GLASS in grateful
remembrance and appreciation.
under the skillful care
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IN MEMORY OF
MR. LOUIS Hess
The halls of Fairport High School, once graced by the presence of cheerful Mr.
Hess, better known as Louie, are now silent in mourning. For several years. the corri-
dors and rooms have been kept neat and tidy due to his hard, unceasing work. XVhen
clubs or other groups needed the gym heated for dances and parties, he always will-
ingly consented to help. Trim lawns and neat looking track and football field reflect
the diligent care of Mr. Hessg while during basketball and football seasons the
bleachers and fences were often moved for the students' convenience.
Perhaps one of the nicest things to remember about lX'Ir. Hess was his love of
young people. Their pleasure seemed to be his aim in life. XVhen he came back to
school at night to work or tend his fires, he would permit an bour's play in the gym
and supervise it, and young people would leave again when he was ready to go.
Nothing was ever too much trouble for Louie. Their fun was his fun.
As we look back now, we sincerely appreciate the unceasing thoughtfulness, hard
work, and loyalty of this staunch friend, and the memory of the jolly "Good llorningu
and the good-matured joking shall be with us always. The faculty and students oi
Fairport High School extend their gracious and heartfelt sympathy to the family of
of the Gardener . . .
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TALKING OVER THE DAY AHEAD
The wisdom of the Gardener
'l'l-IUIWAS G. COI"l"EE
Fairport alunmi will always remember lllr. Collee when they
look back on their years at FHS. He has heen superintendent of all
the Fairport Schools for more than twenty years. During this time
he has helped many a student find his way into a satisfying career.
This year he has had another full-time job, setting up a new
cafeteria and supervising its smooth operation.
Flowers and gardening, camping, and fishing, are his preferred
forms of relaxation.
He has a ready wit and a sense of humor which make him mas-
ter of any situation.
has come with long
ANDREVV C. LYNCH
There is no busier person at Fairport
High School than its principal, Andrew
C. Lynch. At Christmas time he di-
rects the annual play with a cast chosen
from his English Ill class. In the
Spring he coaches the boys who take
part in the Prize Speaking Contest, and
this year he directed the Sororityls pro--
duction in the One Act Play Contest.
His interest in the success of the cafe-
teria project was evident in his willing
Perhaps more than any one else, llflr.
Lynch carries the problems, large and
small, of FHS students in his heart.
Their welfare is his life.
MRS. FLORENCE COTTON
Quiet, eflicient. and cheerful, llrs.
Cotton is always ready to help anyf
one who comes into the oilice. Always
smiling and pleasant she helps to
brighten the day for all who come for
help. She likes pansias and lilies of the
valley, and we like her too.
hard years of experimentation
1 MISS SNUVV--teaches linglish Ill, IV . .
advl' i '
iser tor Radio Club, llnur Glam, al
r Clmlirr . . . Senior homeroom . . . Collet
1 coins, stamps and antique jewelry . . . mer
l ber of Rochester Poetry Society, secretar
f treasurer of F " ' ' ' ' '
1 .nglish leachers Division, Ce
i tral NVestern Zone . . . keen sense of humt
l MISS -IUYCE-teaches English I, ll .
likes red roses, reading, plays and mt
. . . enjoys her record collection . . .
a' uica- smile and expressive eyes . . . ad'
for Theta Chi Cpsilon and Freshmen .
directs Senior Play . . . Freshman homer
MR. LYNCH--instructor in English ll
principal . . . likes the uarcissus, mus
camping and fishing , . . directed Christm
play, boys' prize speaking, Sigma Chi Del
play . . . adviser for Radio Club . .
MR. VVARNISR-teaches World History
American History Seni
. . . . ' or adviser,
dz-nt patrol adviser . . , Senior home
. . . enjoys gardening, preferably dal
remodeling his house . , . likes almost
thing , . . and we like "Pop", particll
his sense of humor and his debates.
MRS. ROCKPHT-instructor in Social St
dies and VVorld History . . . Dramatic Cl
adviser, Freshmen Adviser, coaches
speaking . . . Freshmen homeroom . .
enjoys sports, gardening, home cooking .
likes red roses . , . lots of patience.
MISS S'l'OI,'l'-instructor in French l
Ill . . . Sophomore homeroom . . . Sopho
adviser . . . adores all flowers . . . el
siastic about travel, dining and slee
reading the Illlvlltf
, . 1 . . . chic and gay'
French club 'idvist
. nr . , . a gourmet.
MISS MONK-unfolds the mysteries
Latin I, ll, Ill, and General Science . .
likes red roses, bowling, hiking . . . enjt
the out-of-doors . . . plays bridge . .
radiates vitalit' ' '
3 and laughter.
MATH AND SCIENCE
ISS lltlllllli-teaches geometry, inter-
vdiate algebra, solid g00lIlC'lK'j, and trigo-
metrv . . . handles all attendance . . .
.es roses, sports-especially bicycling and
wling, knitting . . , erliciency, in a small
ckage, and with a smile.
MRS, U'IJlil4l,-teaches physics, chemistry,
biology . . . adores bachelor buttons, and
people . . , enjoys bridge, reading, knitting,
and cooking . . . tries to keep her David and
Carol Ann out of mischief . 4 . ready with
laughter or knowledge.
R, YONKICRS-instructor in shop and
chanical drawing . . 4 advises Camera
ub, Alpha Beta Phi, and Sophomore Class
. . Rotarian, President of Couples Club of
urch . . . likes dahlias, hunting, fishing
. . patient and calm.
MRS. COOK-teaches homemaking B 4 . .
active in church and girl scouts . . . collects
antiques, sews . . , enjoys concerts . . .
wrefers chrysanthemums 4 . . versatile and
ISS RUMSICY-manages cafeteria, teaches
d Cross Class, Senior llealth, and llome-
lking A . . . Senior adviser . . 4 likes roses,
ving and a N. Y. Republican . . , enjoys
rsehack riding . . . pert and vivacious.
VI R. SC ll NYU R M -teaches bookkeeping,
typing, shorthand . . . business adviser for
'luur Uluxy, supervises student accounts and
sales at home games . . . Rotarian . . .
:hurch organist, Vice-president of N. Y.
State Business Education Contest Assoc .,..
sells insurance . . . always pleasant.
QS. RYUN-instructor in business law,
ining, and arithmetic, and algebra . . .
iior homeroom . . . likes sweet peas,
ding, fancv needle work . . . enjoys
nodeling her home . . . member of Fairport
storical Club, Reade-r's Club of Congrega-
nal Church . . 4 pleasant smile.
o o ,
1 ART AND LIBRARY
MRS. S'I'REET-teaches all art classes , .
adviser of Sigma Ch' IJ l
, f I e ta and Art Depart
' ment of Ilour Glass . . . interior decoratin
' is her main interest . . . favors pinks . .
collects china . . . reads poetry . . . entln,
siastic about her subject . . . appreciate
the finer things in life.
MISS FORTMILLISR-school librarian .
Cosmopolitan Club adviser, Student Pa
adviser . . . general chairman for S1
Ni h ' ' " '
gt . . . likes uolets, reading, knitt
music . . . an encyclopedia of information
books . . . patience unlimited.
MR, CUMMINGS-coach, teaches Senir
Health . . . Block F Club adviser . . , .lunit
Class adviser . . . likes carnations, any spor
eating . . . active in youth recreation, an
Rotary . . . an all-round fellow.
MRS. SANFORD-school nurse, teal
Senior Health . . . fancies orchids .
enjoys cooking, sewing, gardening, let
writing, and concerts . . . Sunday Scl
teacher . . . a cheerful, busy lady.
MISS LA II'I'PA-dental hygiene -teacht
. . . enjoys people, dancing, and sports
likes all kinds of orchids . . . appreciati
music . . . she has a friendly smile and is s
MISS DOXK-teaches physical educa
and Senior Health , . . U..'X.,'X. adv
coaches girls' intratnurals . . , favors as
. . . enthusiastic about skiing, horses,
knitting . . . laughing vitality.
l NIR, VANCE-directs girls' glee club ar
band, instrumental music . . . collects Ann-r
can coins . . . likes pausies, and crosswol
puzzles . . , delights in raisin pie . . . detes
Chewing gum . . . he's always pleasant.
1 INIISS KEEUAN-
directs boys' glee C
teaches all grade and high school music ,
.lunior class adviser . . . favors Carneillas
plays violin, sings beautifully . . . en
swimming, and horseback riding . . . a 1
pleasant addition to FIIS,
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MR. VVARNER, MISS RUMSEY
For their patience, their helpfulness and their
' h to thank our senior advisers, Miss
Wisdom, we w1s
d Mr. Leon Warner. Part1c1-
Charlotte Rumscy an
pating in our Work and in our play, they have
greatly enriched our senior year.
is the full bloom
af' 3 t
The Seniors started the year off by electing Denali l l
, n ancy, vice president, ,lean Iaber, secretary
and Norma Zimmer, treasurer. Thty asked Mfss lin sey and Mr
Warner to be their advisers.
On Stunt Night the class put on ils '.C1'SifJlI of aw old fashioned
minstrel show, sponsored dancing in the gym at:erw..rt's. and sold
ice cream and cake In October the cla-s li ld '
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. .e a nance and later
sponsored a movie. Christmas cards, wrapping paper and note piper
brought in over S-400. for the Hour Clan' and the Senior trip.
Just before Christmas came the Senior Ball, one of the main
social events of the year. This succefs was followed in ,lanu:.ry by
the Senior Play, "June lVIad". A runui age sale in lilarch :nd the
sale of fountain ens s ll d h ' 'K' ' 't ' ' '
p we e t e treasut, so that plans were made
for a picnic and a boat trip to Detroit.
but few are leaders."
Boys' Glee Club 12, Student Assoc. Pres.,
Block F 234, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Student
Patrol 34, Football 34, Co-Captain 4, Basket-
ball 1234, Captain 34, Play Contest 34, Stunt
Night 34, Junior Prom, Senior Ball, Senior
Ball King, Old English "F" 3, Senior Plav
N "There are scores of men,
Committee 4, Class Pres. 3. ably
noNALp L. JORDAN 'fue may seem to ,lf .
be a little shy, But we think he's a great 'N-I
g yBoys' Glee Club 23, Block F 234, Sec, 3,
Treas. 4, Student Patrol 34, Football 1234,
Basketball 1234, Track 34, Co-Captain Foot-
ball 4, Play Contest 34, Stunt Night 34,
junior Prom, Senior Ball, Senior Play
Comm., All County Center Football 4, Class
Pres. 4, Christmas Play 3, Senior Ball King
Mg, . .
PATRICIA . DO
J DGE "Efficient, reserved - '
and always politeg But deep in her eyes
shines a mischievous light."
Band 1234, Orch. 1, Girls' Glee Club
1234, Piano Accomp. Mixed Chorus 34
igma Chl Delta 234, Pres. 4, French Club
34, Dramatic Club 4, Chatter, Hour Glass
Ed. Editor, Student Patrol 34, Play Contest
3, Stunt Night 34, Prize Speaking Contest 3,
Library Stal? 34, Junior Prom, Senior Ball
Senior Ball Queen Cand., Apple Blossom
Queen Cand. 3, Radio Club 34, Solo Contest
za, Au state 13, Christmas Play za, oia
English "F" 123.
KATHARINE ANNETTE SPENCE "She
carries a lot of freight on her train of
Leland Junior High School 1, Darien
High School 2, Girls' Glee Club 34, Sigma
Chi Delta 34, Dramatic Club 34, Camera
ub 4, Chaltrr, Hour Glass Assoc. Ed.,
Play Contest 3, Stunt Night 4, Prize Speaking
3, Library Staff 34, Radio Club 4, Christmas
Play 3, Old English UF" 3, Senior Play.
WARREN LEWIS "I-Ie's a man of a few
Band 1234, Mixed Chorus 23, Boys' Glee
Club 1234, Block F 34, Dramatic Club 3,
Chatter, Hour Clays, Student Patrol Captain
34, Track 34, Manager Football 1234, Play
Contest 34, Stunt Night 34, Prize Speaking
123, Senior Play, Junior Prom, Senior Ball.
h v ., . 1 tort an,
president' Williai D 'f " X' ' " H .
HAROLD ASHBY "All great men are
dying, I feel sick myself."
Boys' Glee Club 234, Block F 34, French
Club 23, Dramatic Club 4, Football 34, Bas-
ketball 3, Track 234, Play Contest 34, Stunt
Night 3, Senior Play, junior Prom Comm.,
Senior Ball Comm.
ELIZABETH A. BRAMER "Cheerful, ac-
commodating, kind, Anything to help out
she doesn't mind."
Band 1234, Girls' Glee Club 234, Sigma
Chi Delta 234, Treas. 4, Cllatlfr, Hour
Glass, Student Patrol 34, Play Contest 3,
Stunt Night 34, Senior Play, junior Prom,
Senior Ball, Senior Benefit, Christmas Play
3, Old English "F" 23, Physical Ed. Dem. 2.
JMARIE 1sATTAc1.1N1 f-A cuiet little
J- 1 1
person, someone once said, With a brown
little, neat little, wise little head."
Cos. Club 3, French Club 23, Camera
Club 4, Hour Glass, Stunt Night 4, Senior
Ball, Christmas Play 3.
FRITZ BREITBECK "Good nature is one
of the richest fruits of life."
Student Patrol 34, Football 3, Stunt Night
4, Senior Play, Senior Ball.
GEORGE F. BATTAGLINI "Always chat-
tering, always jolly, He's a wizard for fun,
Alpha Beta Phi 34, Sgt.-at-arms 3, Hour
Clary, Student Patrol 34, Football 1, Basket-
ball I34, Track Manager 3.
EDWARD G. BRICKLE "A quiet friend is
one worth while, With much good sense and
a pleasant smile."
French Club 23, Camera Club 4, junior
Prom, Senior Ball.
VIRGINIA BOAS When she talks, it isnt
conversation, it's a filibuster."
Cos Club 4 Radio Club 4
ALLAN D. BROOKS "Silence is Golden,
I must try it sometime."
Mixed Chorus 123, Orch. 1, Boys' Glee
Club 1234, Block F 34, Sgt.-at-arms 3, Bas-
ketball 23, Track 234, Play Contest 34, Stunt
Night 34, Senior Cheerleader 123, junior
Prom, Senior Ball.
.IOHN BURNS "His gags aren't just corn,
They're golden banter."
Alpha Beta Phi 34, Dramatic Club 34,
jr. Cheerleader 12, Senior Ball, Senior Play
WILLIAM ARTHUR DANCY "Hair all
slick, tie all straight, In the newest dance
step he has the smoothest gait."
Block F 234, Sec. 2, Dramatic Club 1234,
Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Football 1234, Basketball 123,
Track 34, Play Contest 3, Stunt Night 34,
Library Staff 4, Junior Prom, Senior Ball,
Senior Play Comm., Class Vice Pres. 4.
VVILLIAM E. BUEG "A merry heart makes
a cheerful countenance."
Senior Ball, Christmas Play 3.
PHIL DIRKX "A sophistical statesman,
inebriated by the exuberance of his own
verbosity-the electric spark of the class."
Band 1234, Orch. 1, Student Assoc. V.
Pres, Alpha Beta Phi 34, Dramatic Club
1234, Treas. 3, Play Contest 1, Stunt Night
34, Prize Speaking Contest 2, Senior Play,
Christmas Play 3, Old English "FH 1.
MARY LOU CARINI "Pretty and nice,
she's a lot more toog Which had I time, I'd
tell to you."
Cos, Club 23, Play Contest 3, Library
Staff 4, junior Prom, Physical Ed. Dem. 2.
JANET DINSE "Quiet, dreamy, and smiles,
A real girl and one worth while."
Girls' Glee Club 1234, Cos. Club 4, Chaf-
rrr, llour Glarr, Student Patrol 34, Stunt
Night 4, Library Staff 34, junior Prom,
Senior Ball, Senior Play Comm., Physical Ed.
Dem. 2, Christmas Play Comm. 3, Stunt
Night Comm. 4.
CHARLES CRAIG "Let fools the studious
despise, There's nothing lost by being wise."
Hour Glass, Football 12, Senior Ball,
CLARENCE BROOKS ELLSWORTH "Only
so much do I know as I have lived."
Student Assoc. Treas., Student Patrol 34,
Intramurals 14, Christmas Play 3.
CLINTON EMERY "Doing what he ought
to, VVhen it should be done."
' Glee Club 124
Band 123, Orch. l, Boys ,
Block F 234, Cllalfcr, Football 24, Basketball
1234, Track 34, Play Contest 34, Stunt Night
34, Senior Play, Junior Prom, Senior Ball, All
' Play 3, Old
i County Football 4, Christmas
' English "F" 12, Class Pres. 12.
PATRICIA A. FISK "True to the end a
, friend we may trust, A girl we all love, - ,
I because we must."
I Band 1234, Girls' Glee Club 12, student
I Assoc. Sec., Cos. Club 234, Pres. 4, Student
., Patrol 34, Girls' Honor Team 4, Play Con-
test 3, Stunt Night 34, Senior Ball, Class Sec.
' MARGARET E. FERRIS "Quiet you'll say
Il -until you know her better."
Theta Chi Upsilon 234, Treas. 3, French
St nt Night 4, Library
Club 3, Hour Glass, u
'ARDNER "Thev are never
HAROLD B. C1 I
alone that are accomplished with noble
1 Boys' Glee Club 234, Dramatic Club 4,
, Camera Club 4, Chaffrr, Hour Glass, Bus.
Ed, Stunt Night 3, Senior Play, Jr. Cheer-
leader 23, Junior Prom, Senior Ball, Radio
' Cl b
Cl b 34 Stunt Night Comm., French u
34, Christmas Play 3, Intramurals 4.
VI JOAN FERRIN "Nature designed her to be
li of good cheer."
Stunt Night 4, Library Staff 34, junior
Prom Comm., Senior Ball, Christmas Play
Comm., Attendance Slips 34, Spring Concert
Usher, Play Contest Usher, Stunt Night
Usher 3, Prize Speaking Usher, Senior Play
VIRGINIA GRANGER "Always cheerful,
I ' ht and cheerful
never glum, Makes a 1r1g
Stunt Night 4, Library Staff 4, Senior
Ball, Christmas Play 2, Prize Speaking Usher
3, Senior Play Comm., Spring Concert Usher.
DOROTIIY JANE FILARDO 'WVe fear
that Dotty won't tell, That she plays basket-
ball so well."
Girls' Glee Club 12, Thetzl Chi Upsilon
234, Girls' Ilonor Team 34, Stunt Night 34,
jr, k'lIL'CI'lt'JlliL'l' 23, junior Prom, Senior Ball,
Physiczrl Ed. Dt-tn. 2.
rnystery why Iiilflilllil likes hlstoly , ou
--'l1e's fond of dates."
Girls' Glee Club 234, Sigma Chi Fe 4
I+ I'iI'k'llCll Club 34, Play Contest 3, St-nio
Plrx I bu 3
li1lll,c'llI'ISIlIl1lS :Q s " ,
IHXRISARA LOIIISE GRAVES "Now its no
' " Y see
WILLIAM HUDSON t'Many are called-
But few get up.
Dramatic Club 34, Football 23, Stunt
Night 3, Intramurals.
HERBERT KONZ '4He's not afraid to take
part in some fun, Regardless of what is
going to be done."
Block F 4, Sgt.-at-arms 4, Basketball 2
Manager 34, Play Contest 4, Stunt Night 34
Junior Prom, Senior Ball, Intramurals 1234
Christmas Play 23.
LAURENCE HADLEY "VVords were to
I' like carrier pigeons, To be released
singly and in some emergency.
TH MARY LA PIFTRA "Little
I care if small I amg I can do as much as
a big girl can."
Girls' Glee Club 3, Cos. Club 234, I
Pres. 4, French Club 23, Sec. 3, Camera Club
4, Chatter, Ilour Glass, Student Patrol 34,
G.A.A. Treas. 3, Senior Rep. 4, Girls' Honor
Team 4 Stunt Night 4, Senior Play, Junior
Prom Senior Ball, Senior Play Comm.,
2, Old English "F" 23.
I4, Christmas Play 3, Physical Ed. Dem
IRENE M. IRRIG "A pleasant smile and
pleasant word, Are two of a kind, and shes
Cos. Club 34, Senior Ball, Senior Play
Comm., Stunt Night Usher 4, Physical Ed.
SHIRLEY M. KIER
her hair, Truly there
LEI-IR "Fair of hair and fair
every move a move of grace."
High School 1, Stunt Night 4,
of face, Her
Junior Prom, Senior Ball, Spring Concert
Usher, Stunt Night Usher 3, Physical Ed.
"If her heart matches
is much warmth there."
' Glee Club 1234, Cos.
Band 1234, Girls
Team 4, junior Prom,
Club 3, Girls' Honor
VVILLIAM VV. LEVVIS "Honesty, manhood
and good fellowship,"
Block F 45, Basketball Manager 3, Play
'm Prom Senior
Contest 4, Stunt Night 4, juni: r ,
Ball, Christmas Play 3, Intramurals 234.
DORlS F MCINT
.. OSH "Men annoy me-
I love to be annoyed."
Girls' Glee Club 234, Sigma Chi Delta
234, Scribe 4, Dramatic Club 1234, Clmllrr,
Ilour Glass, Student Patrol 34, Play Contest
3, Stunt Night 34, Senior Play, Library Staff
4, junior Prom, Senior Ball, Christmas Play
3, Radio Club 4 Old En lil " ' 2
, g si F' 1-3, Bac-
calaureate Usher 3, Class Treas. 1, Physical
Ed. Dem 2.
CLAYTON O'DELL "They just don't un
Band 12, Mixed Chorus 12, Orch. "
Boys' Glee Club 1234 Block F 2
, , . . , u ..3, Football 1234,
Basketball 1234, Track 34, Play Contest
Stunt Yi l
t . git 34, Prize Speaking 3, Library
Staff 4, junior Prom, Senior Ball.
LUCY E. MALUCCI "A good sport with an
Girls' Glee Club 1234, Cos. Club 23, Sec.
3, G.A.A. V. Pres 1 Sec 2 St
.. , . unt Night 34
Junior Prom, Senior Ball. ' '
MARY L. PECK "Pleasant the days we'vei
spent with you, A friend so clever, fine and
Girls' Glee Club 23, Sigma Chi Delta
234, G.A.A, Pres 4 Cirls' H
.. , 1 onor Team 4,
junior Prom, Senior Ball.
MARGARET A. MATZ "Good sportsman-
ship is her truest charm."
Mixed Chorus 123, Girls' Glee Club
1234, Sigma Chi Delta 34, Sec. 4, Camera
Club 4, Ilour Glass, G.A.A. Rep. 3, Gen.
Manager 4, Stunt Night 34, Library Staff 4, '
jr. Cheerleader 12, Sr. Cheerleader 34, Junior
Prom, Senior Ball, Hockey Manager 3, Bas-
ketball Maiiager 4, Girls' Honor Team 34,
Class Sec. 1, Alt. Apple Blossom Queen.
JEAN L. NEMITZ "A lively, friendly miss
is she, As nice a girl as she can be "
Il Thi Upsnon 1234, Sec. 3, senior
Ball Queen Candidate, Senior Play Comm.
GEORGE THOMAS MURPHY "One day
A in the country, Is worth a month in town "
qbjk Football 4
. , Stunt Night 4, Senior Brill, if
Christmas Play 3.
LOUISE A PHILLI
. PS "An aim in life is
a future worth finding"
Girls' Glee Club 234, Sigma Chi Delta 4,
Clzarlwr, Ilour Glass Art Ed., Student Patrol
34, Stunt Night 34, Junior Prom, Senior Ball,
Radio Club 3, Physical Ed. Dem. 2, Christ-
mas Play 3, Old English "F" 2.
- , ' ' -34, Sec, 3,
Y. Pres 4 Dramatic Cl b 2
GRACE PENNISE "A sweet, attractive kind
of a Grace."
Girls' Glee Club 34, Cos. Club 34, Treas.
4, French Club 23, Pres. 3, Dramatic Club
234, Sec. 3, Chatfrr, Hour Glass Assoc. Ed.,
Student Patrol 34, Stunt Night 3, Stunt Night
Comm. 4, Library Staff 234, Flag Custodian,
junior Prom, Senior Play Comm., Physical
Ed. Dem. 2, Old English "F" 3, Radio Club
3, Christmas Play Comm. 3, Attendance
GORDON VVILLIAM SCHRADER "A
Cheerful person lives long in our memory.
Football 1234, Basketball 1234, Track l-'
Play Contest 3, junior Prom, Senior Ball,
Intramurals 4, Christmas Play 3, Physical
Ed. Dem. 2.
JACK ROBSON "Smiling and happy and
always gay, You find him the same, day
Camera Club 4, Stunt Night 4, junior
Prom, Senior Ball, Senior Play Comm., ln-
tramurals 1234, Christmas Play 3.
JEAN R. TABER "She is little, she is wise:
She's a terror for her size,"
Cos. Club 34, Dramatic Club 1234, Treas.
Block F 234, Pres. 3, Student Patrol 34,
4, G.A.A. Rep. 1, Play Contest 3, Stunt Night
34, Senior Play, Library Staff 4, junior
Cheerleader 2, Senior Cheerleader 4, Junior
Prom, Senior Ball, Christmas Play 23, Phy-
sical Ed. Dem. 2.
BEULAH SCHUMACHER "Sterling in
worth, in friendship, most sincere."
French Club 34, Senior Class Librarian,
Ilnur Glar: Staff.
ROBERT STAFF "A sense of humor, a
keen mind, A combination hard to find."
Block F 34, Treas. 3, French Club 3,
lluur Class, Student Patrol 34, Football 1234,
Track 234, Play Contest 34, Stunt Night 34,
junior Prom Comm., Senior Ball, Old Eng-
lish "F" 3.
ALBERT RAHSTORFER "l'le's noted for
DELPHINE VILLERE "Excellent talkers
are plentiful, But good listeners are raref'
Sigma Chi Delta 234, Camera Club 4,
Stunt Night 4, Library Staff 34, junior Prom,
Senior Ball, Stunt Night Usher 3.
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DOUGLAS M. SNYDER "Not lazy, but
born naturally tired, And suffering from a
Band 12, Orch. 1, Boys' Glee Club 1234,
Alpha Beta Phi 34, Treas. 4, Dramatic Club
4, Camera Club 4, Football 1234, Basketball
234, Track 234, Stunt Night 34, junior Prom,
Senior Ball, Senior Play Comm.
LOUISE M. WILLIE "Winning is he
smile and pleasant is her way."
Macedon High School 1, Cos. Club 34.
ALICE C. WILLIAMS "Never a worry,
never a care, With heart just as light as
the pretty blond hair."
Girls' Glee Club 1234, Theta Chi Upsilon
34, French Club 3, junior Prom, Senior Ball,
Physical Ed. Dem. 2.
MILDRED L. WITT "Ready to do what
should be done."
Mixed Chorus 1, Senior Ball, Physical
Ed. Dem. 2, Spring Concert Usher, Stunt
Night Usher 34, Senior Play Comm. 34.
MARGIE M. WILLIE "Good nature and
good sense combined."
Theta Chi Upsilon 234.
DANIEL WOOLSTON "Nothing can be
more useful than a determination not to
Mixed Chorus 2, Student Patrol 34, Stunt
Night 4, Senior Play, Flag Custodian 4
Junior Prom, Senior Ball.
DANIEL W. WINAGLE "Variety is of life
the spice, So why take out the same girl
Bays' Glee Club 1234, Alpha Bm Phi 34,
Sec. 3, Chatter, Student Patrol 34, Football
123, Basketball 23, Track 234, Stunt Night 3,
Junior Prom, Flag Custodian.
NORMA B. ZIMMER "Pretty to walk with
witty to talk with."
Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Glee Club 234
Drum Majorette 23, Cos. Club 34, Dramatic
Club 4, Chatter Editor, Hour Glasx Art Ed.
Student Patrol 34, Play Contest 3, Stunt
Night 34, Senior Play, Library 2, Junior
Prom, Senior Ball, Senior Ball Queen, Class
Sec. 12, Class Treas. 34, Radio Club 34
Physical Ed. Dem. 2, Christmas Play 3.
FIRST Row: N, Zimmer, C. Emery, Miss Joyce, VV. Rinehold, Bramer, J. Taber. Sncoxn
Row: li. l,aPietra, NV. Dancy, j. Rohson, F. Breitbeck, P. Dirkx, ll. Ashby, H. Gardner, K.
Spence, NV. Lewis, D. Mclntosh.
CAST O F CHARACTERS
Penny VVood .............................. . . .D. lllclntosh
Chuck Harris .... .... P . llirkx
lX'1 rs. YVood .... .... K . Spence
Ur. VVood ....... . . WV. Rinehold
lllervin .......... ..... H . Ashby
Roger Van Vleck. . . ..... C. Eniery
,lulie Harris ....... .... N . Zimmer
lllillie Lou .... .... A l, Taher
lfflie ....... . . .B. Bramer
Iilmer ........... .. .H. Gardner
lllr, Harris ........ .... Y V. Lewis
Shirley VVentworth .... .... E . La l'ietra
Ralph VVentworth. . . . . .F. Breitbeck
On January 16, the smell of grease paint filled the air, for the Seniors were pref
paring to enact their annual play. XVith Bliss ,loyce to coach and lliss lfortmiller to
prompt in the wings, the house lights dimmed and the curtain rose on a very charm-
The action dealt with a typical American family, the VVoods, whose home was fl
gathering place for the young people of the neighborhood. Chuck Harris, the hoy next
door, was in and out, talking of his new glider, while Penny lVood dreamed of a
The love interest was complicated hy glamorous .lulie Harris, Uncle illeryin,
and his college friend, Roger Yan Yleck. Little lXIillie Lou, Efiie and Elmer, two
servants, supplied the comedy.
Ir was a night of genuine fun for all who attended and netted the Seniors 3775.
for their 'l'reasury.
At the end of the season . . .
notes of Peter l3ell's music floated Ollf
on the frosty ziir. The occasion wus
the zinnuzil Senior Bull given on Des
nenilwer 20. llzilf the gyni was tleeo-
cl in :lark lwlne :ind the other halt in
' ite, to :ieeentuzlte tlle tlienie. "Night
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ln one corner little cliiltlren were
seen playing around :1 cotton snowman.
ln tlie opposite eorner stooil Il young
lulx in llowing tlress, on Il inzilce-l1e-
lieve lmleony with :i paper inoon peeping
over ller SllUlll1ll'I'.
'l'l1e climax of tlie evening was tllc
srowning ln XIV. Coffee of tlie King
ntl Queen, Neil Seannzin :intl Norma
linnner. NYitli regal poise, Tl1L'Y
lllll reignetl over tlle festivities. 'llliey
llilkl lueen electetl lw at vote ot the entire
tlle tlinily lighted grin the soft
into the smns'-coveretl Sleigh
Cool puneli :ultled to tlie evening's
SENIOR HALL KING AND QUICICN
Neil Slillllilll, Norma Zimmer
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his blossoms claim his heart . . .
FiRs'r Row: G. Pennise, D. Winagle, J. Dinse, R, Staff. SECOND Row: E. LaPietra, P. Fisk, N.
Zimmer. THIRD Row: B. Bramer, D. Jordan, L. Phillips, Miss Fortmiller. FOURTH Row: Mr.
VVarner, D. Woolston, VV. Lewis, D. Mclntosh, G. Battaglini. FIFTH Row: C. Ellsworth, F.
Brietbeck, P. Dodge, N. Seaman.
Appointment to the Student Patrol is one of the highest honors which can come
to a Fairport student. The Student Patrol keeps order in the corridors and on the
stairs, between classes, at lunch time, and before assemblies.
Miss Fortmiller and Mr. Warner are Student Patrol advisers, and help instruct
Junior Student Patrol members. The Junior Student Patrol relieves the Senior
Student Patrol every other week and will be the Senior Patrol next year.
Up and down the rows, he walks
APPLE BLOSSOM QUEEN
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P. Dodge, S. Aldridge, M. Matz, N. Grubb, G. Maine,
li. Manchester, VV. Grubb, M. Maloney, L, Van Tbof.
Every yezn' tbe Student Association Representzltive elects two girls from encll
class as cznuliclzttes for Apple Blossom queen. ,lllltfll unbiased judges cboose tbe queen
:tt ll special ztssernbly.
Geraldine lllzune was l":1irport's 1046 queen and lllnrgie Klutz was nlternztte.
The queen is feteml all sunnner, and in tbe fall she is l":1irport's czuulialzrte for Harvest
Queen ut tbe lllonroe County Fair.
XVe regret tbzlt tbe Hour Glam' goes to press before tbe 1047 queen is cbosen.
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pointing out those species
' PATRICIA DODGE
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GRACE PENN ISE
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which excell . . .
P. Wood, J. Elliot, E. Schutt, J. Aparo, D. Stiner.
Five of Fairport High's veterans returned for more study. Doyle Stiner's navy
career interrupted his high school work, so he is back working for a diploma.
Paul Wood, Ellroy Schutt, James Aparo, and James Elliot are doing post
graduate work to prepare themselves for college. They are all interested in science,
and are usually found in the lab.
Jack Peck, John Burke, Robert Laird, and Lynn Burgey took courses during the
first term. James Granger, Edward Kohl and Robert Jacobson also enrolled last fall
but dropped out early.
FHS is proud to be able to welcome F airport's veterans.
. . . And then there are
CLASS OF 1948
Fntsr Row: R. Lewis, IJ. Smith, B. Sternberg, S. Ellsworth, C. Hubbard, M. Hickey, D. Beato
SECOND Row: R. Lazerson, F. Verstrats, L. A. Fawcett, D. VVilcox, S. Smith, M. Marvin, F
Battistoni. Turku Row: R. Santini, C. Beato, C. Kohl, F. Renner, J. Briggs, N. Grubb, A
Adams, ll. Spencer.
Proud upper classmeu, the juniors organized
early in the year, electing Dick Lieb, presidentg Earl
lVhipple, vice-president: Shirley Aldridge. secretary,
and lllelxiu Yost, treasurerg to lead them. llliss
Keegan and lllr. Cutuutings were chosen to be their
The class kept busy writing a very successful
Lllmffrr with Virginia Smith as editor-in-chief.
'liheir skit. "Kay Blysers College of lllusieal
Knowledge," won them second place in Stunt Night.
Bob Lazerson, and llomer Prudom provided the
laughs while l'at Rice, and black Hrizee harmonized
with the aid of a "Vie,"
Sports also claimed some time. Dick Lieb and
xVl'llllj' liarues shone in football before Gene Ga-
lante and Dave lieato took over ou the basketball
court. Catherine Kohl and lllargaret lblarvin were
outstanding, this year, in girls' sports.
"The Nine WVho VVere Mother" was enjoyably
presented by lVIr. Lynch's English III Class just
Several Juniors broadcast in two Hi-News pro-
grams over WHEC, ably representing our school.
A gay, dreamy Junior Prom ended a successful
to show promise . . .
IIRS1' Ron : ,l, lizxllxlglini, Ci. Clark, IC. XVitr, D. Mc-m'gu:lln', P. l,s-wig l.. Yam 'I'hof, I' Schuh
NIEUIYIJ Ron: I". hllxcrw, K, vk'l'NIl'Ilk'lL', R. Murplrx, lf, NI2ll'YiII, Y. MCC'lL-:uve-, I.. Hua, 'XI
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moml, li. Yam l,K'l'hl1lH1',.l. XVvIkvlcy, Y. Stvlluto, l., N11lllI'U,fw. Hun, If. Kohl.
IRFI' Rfm: il. XxYilIiZlll'l5, R, :NI1lI'ChiUli, XV. Harm-s. V. Scoutvn, R, Craig, D. Phillipx, ll
Di RAIJIYIUU. Sl-Zcoxn Row: R. l.ucus, H. Prohcr, li. Ilcckmzm, IT. Us XVoI1'f, .-X. qhiznnxon, I'
i:lrpvlm'l', M, Ilumplrrcy, I3, Rothfuss, KI. Mead. 'VHIRD Row: A. llKlICllilIhUlI, I7. iirzlrlgvr, I3
5lIlllk'I', Shook, U. Kclwy, li, Xvitt, .X XVvhh, Y, lilillkk, F. PL'Ck, if Yogcl, R. l'c'Ck.
After proper pruning,
CLASS OF 1949
Under the guidance of llliss Stolt, also homeroom teacher, and lXIr. Yonkers,
class advisers, the Sophomores have recovered from their Freshmen 'idaze". Early in
the year they elected Rosemary lllurphy president, Dom llenagnale, vice-president,
Freddie lllarvin. treasurer, and Eleanor XVitt, secretary. Promise in foothall has
heen shown hy Dom hlenagnale, Jnlnis liattaglini, and Carl Vogel, and hy Basil
Sarard in hoth foothall and haskethall, while Freddie hlarvin led the cheering for
The original Sophomore skit for Stunt Night, Casey al the Hal, was highlighted
hy Beverly Proher and Uomenie lllenagnale, supported hy a group of singers.
The Sophomore Hop was scheduled for the eighteenth of April.
MISS STOLT, MR. YONKERS
culling, and weeding
KJIJIIDO LIL' 1. UUU
Fnzsr Row: R. Hembrock, S. Konz, M. Peck, J. Dunn, N. Celehar, R. Pace, j. Rebus, M. Suhr.
SECOND Row: Miss Donk, J. Duell, D. Keefe, C. Adams, Miss Stolt, J. Chesbro, S. Pybus.
'IQHIRD Row: B. Hadley, V. jembrock, N. Rumph, W. Cobb, U. Barnes, M. Pitcher, L. Holmes,
R. Lewis, E. Cronkhite, J. Martin, S. Smith, S. Martin, J. Pritchard, j. Dc-Moff.
The Freshman Class commenced high school
under the homeroom guidance of bliss Joyce and
Mrs. Rought. Soon after school began they held
their first class meeting and elected their officers.
'l'hey chose Bliss Joyce and lllrs. Rought, advisers,
Suzanne Smith, president: Andrew Lynch, vice-
presidentg and George Barnes, secretary-treasurer.
For the first time in many years the Freshmen
won the annual Stunt Night Contest. Their skit
was a typical day in l-larlem with scenery and
costumes done hy the class. Nancy Celt-har sang
"Stormy lVeather" and -lustine Dunn tap danced
to "Hom-y." lllargaret llecli and Richard Hem-
brock added spice with a fast bit of jitterbugging
and the chorus climaxed the grand finale.
'lilll' Freslinien showed grand school spirit,
especially when five of their class took part in
cheerleading. The .lunior Varsity cheerleaders were
lllargaret Peck. Shirley Kona, -lustine Dunn,
Nancy Celt-har, and Frederick lllarvin while
George liarnes was chosen as a Senior Cheerleader.
Plans are under way for a spring party late in
MISS JOYCE, MRS. ROUGH'I
the one-time sprouts
and seedlings planted in
JUNIOR HIGH FACULTY
MRS. CHAPMAN, MISS SEYMOUR, MISS BROVVN, MRS. UAZLEY, MISS MAYER.
FXRST Row: M. Irrig, S. Foley, K. Schoolmaster, E. Diliominico, S. Keyes, J. Scidn, S. Nlyers.
SECOND ROW: B. Ellsworth, J. O'Brian, I. Masciangelo, H. Shea, J. Gross, R. YVilson. 'IIIIIRD
ROW: P. Mancuso, A. Young, F. Sestito, D. Allen, VV. Barrett, K. lngianni, R. Mclntosh, C.
Maccarone, D. Ewing. FOURTH ROWS L. Dryer, D. Kramer, C. Lielv, L. Rowell, N. Harlotf, F.
Vincent, B. Clark, B. Evans, T. Rebus, R. Buck.
carefully prepared soil
FIRST Row: P. Dorn, L. Duke, G. Arully, M. Qfflltllllfllll, -I. Robson, M. l7ePnyt, L. Stelluto.
SECOND Row: 'l'. Dunhznn, N. Ellenbergsr, F. Buck, A, Albright, j. Blzinchette, j. Dietrick, A.
Converse. 'ILHIRD Row: G. VV:1bl, R. Martin, H. Field, M. Be-nm, bl. Cnrini, R. Sriner, L.
Mzilncci, R. Fmlix. FOURTH Row: E. Land, A. Carey, A. Brumber, R. Peck, S. Bctz, V, Pirtinum,
G. Verstrente, R. XVonds.
FIRST ROW: A. Pittinaro, J. Oliver, L. Hoyt, G. King, E. Dancy, B, Roberts, H. Bochultz
SECOND ROW: P. Lewis, R. Corso, L. Hill, G. Van Thof, R, Malone, S. Van Thof, VV. Graves.
VLHIRD Row: NV. Cottzirell, V. Steubing, V. Centofonte, P. Culer, J. Mnmroe, M. MacLean, S.
Barranco, F. Reus. FOURTH Row: D. VVaddell, j. McDonnell, J. VVilson, L. Root, E. Sheperd,
E. Ferrin, j. johnson, H, Hembrock, G. Kisbbaugb, VV, Dovan.
become the promise
FIRST Row: R. Moore, C. Suhr, J. Johnson, J. Scida, A. Murphy, J. Johnson, I.. Rothfuss, ll.
Roberts. SECOND ROW: R. Consaul, M. Schutt, E. Miner, D. Pruitt, B. Van Bortle, E. VVhr.-eler,
A. Costanza, D. Newcomg. 'THIRD ROW: R. De Rue, VV. Gleason, A. Myers, J. Cary, Clara
Bisiq, D. Brickle, G. Mercurio, J. Coomber, B. Masch, T. Spence. FOURTH Row: R. Dodge, C.
Cochrane, M. Santini, R. Consaul, T. Savard, C. Camp, T. Biancuchi, L. Marshall, R. Turchett.
FIRST ROW: P. Mauro, Ackerman, D. Bisiq, G. Yost, T. Macarone, D. Nemitz, G. Mollit, J
Johncox. SECOND ROW: L. Dodd, C. Dusette, R. Smallridge, S. George, I. M. Parkison, P. Met-
calf, P. Comfort, M. VVint. THIRD Row: B. Christman, J. Kier, G. Bulman, D. Land, M
Gabrielle, T. Pittinaro, S. Champion, M. Kriel. FOURTH Row: A. Donner, R. Hutchinson, J
Maccorone, J. Edland, H. Salmon, J. Tuttle, A. Woods, J. Forster, D. VVelkley.
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FIRST Row: N. Zimmer, J. Taber, E. Cook, A. Basile, D. VVilcox, E. La Pietra, L. Hess. SECOND
Row: Miss Fortmiller, M. Shultz, D. Kelsey, L. Masciangelo, R. Marchioli, C. Beato. THIRD
Row: I. lrrig, P. Fisk, J. Dinse, L. Van Bortle, S. Aldridge, J. Pace, L. Van Thotf, V. Boas, E.
Witt, G. Pennise.
The double C is the emblem of the Cosmopolitan Club. These girls, led by Presi-
dent Pat Fisk and advised by llliss Fortiniller, carried out a successful clothing drive,
sold candy, and held several tea dances. Vice-president Elizabeth La Pietra was Pat's
able assistant while Secretary Shirley Aldridge kept the minutes in order and Treasurer
Grace Pennise held the finances.
In the spring the club participated in the One-Act Play Contest and held their
traditional facility tea. ln June they plan a house party to complete the year's events.
The elements combine
SIGMA CHI DELTA
FIRST Row: J. Briggs, B. Hull, D. Ville-re, D. Mclntosh, M. Peck. SECOND Row: Mrs. Street,
P. Dodge, B. Brnmer, M. Andrews, V. Smith, B. Graves. VINHIRD Row: P. Phillips, D. Smith,
P. Rice, L. Phillips, M. Matz, N. Grubb, M. Humphrey.
Purple and white siguify a Sigma Chi Delta girl. This sorority has won the
Scholarship Cup for two years.
This was a busy year. President Pat Dodge, advised by llirs. Street. directed Il
dance, a paper collection, and fl house party. Secretary illargie illutz kept minutes
and Treasurer Elizabeth Hrzuner counted dues. Scribe Doris Blclntosli completetl
the list of past and present Sigma Chi Delta members.
Participation in the One-Act Play Contest and in il style show held in the audi-
torium highlighted the year.
to nourish the young seedlings
THETA CHI UPSILON
Fmsr Row: D. Filardo, P. Celehar, J. Montieth, R. Murphy, M. Marvin. SECOND Row: Miss
Joyce, L. Masciangelo, V. DeBuck, M. Willie, S. Smith, L. Sperino, A. Pappert. THIRD Row:
A. Lewis, M. Ferris, P. Carpenter, J. Nemitz, C. Kohl, F. Renner, A, VVilliams, M. Peck.
Green and white sweaters identified the members of Theta Chi Upsilon this
year. VVith the guidance of Catherine Kohl, President, llflargaret lllarvin, Vice-
President, Lucy Sperino, Secretary, Virginia De Buck, Treasurer, and llliss Joyce,
adviser, the girls sponsored the sale of pot holders, held a Christmas party at Potter
Place, participated in the One-Act Play Contest and held their annual St. Patrick's
Dance in the gym.
To complete another successful year they are looking forward to having a house
party in June.
. . . Plenty of sunshine, warm
ALPHA BETA PHI
FIRST ROW: P. Carini, D. Beato, D. Winagle, SECOND Row: C. Stolt, D. Snyder, D. Lieb, F.
Battistoni, G. Galante. THIRD Row: J. Battaglini, G. Battaglini, P. Dirkx, J. Burns, J. Brizrre
The Alpha Beta Phi, one of Fairportls most active clubs, sponsored the sale of
pencils printed with our basketball schedule, basketball ribbons, and fudgieles. Presi-
dents Dick Lieb and Casper Stolt, advised by lklr. Yonkers and assisted by Vice-
Presidents Gene Galante and George Battaglini, ably directed all this activity. Sec-
retaries Fred Battistoni and Jack Brizee wrote minutes while Treasurers Douglas
Snyder and Dave Beato recorded profits. Sergeants-at-arms .lim Aparo and Robert
Cole tried to keep order.
The Phi also sponsored its annual One-Act Play Contest, and awarded the
Seholarship and Sportsmanship cups.
spring rain, soft summer
FIRST Row: B. Bowman, E. Whipple, R. Sternberg, H. Brooks. SECOND Row: Mr. Cummings,
advisor, N. Seaman, VV. Lewis, W. Dancy, C. O'Dell, C. Emery. THIRD Row: M. Yost, F.
Myers, M. VVaddell, H. Konz, D. jordan, R. Staff, H. Johnson, W. Lewis.
The members of the Block F are all sportsmen, each holding a varsity letter.
This year the club welcomed back its old friend and adviser, Coach Cummings.
Selling football ribbons, and hots and pop at games the boys made money to turn
over to 'llreasurer Donald Jordan. Their many activities, led hy President Neil Sea-
man and Vice-President Clayton O'Dell, were recorded bv Secretary Halford
The year was full with a victory dance, in honor of our undefeated football team,
a baked food sale, and participation in the One-Act Contest.
winds, pollen-laden bees,
FIRST Row: j. Taber, J. Monte-ith, I.. Van Bortle, P. Dodge, K. Spence. Sscoxo Row: Mrs,
Rought, j. Hrizee, N. Urabb, G. VVilson, S. Aldridge, D. Mclntosh, N. Zimmer. 'ITIIIRD Row:
G. Pennise, H. Ashby, D. Snyder, H. Gardner, j. Burns, P. Rice, C. Hubbard, P. Dirkx, j.
Briggs, B. Dancy, B, Hull, VV. Rinebnld.
The Dramatic Club, with llrs. Rought as adviser, is not a club organized for
social purposes. It endeavors to enlighten its members in the field of dramatics, and
the study of actors, plays and readings.
The club is divided into live groups to present short skits at the meetings, present
some of the fundamentals of acting, the study of some actor's life or a review ot a
play on Broadway and to increase the member's general knowledge of dramatics.
During the year the club also sponsored a dance and a one-act play to increase
the funds in their treasury. They took the one-act play "The Ghostly Passenger" to
Penlield. They also attended some professional plays in Rochester.
Bill Danev served as iresident this veal' and was ea ably' assisted bv Vice-presi-
1 1 1 lv o - . r 1 p ' I 1 -
dent jack Brizee, becrctary bhirley Aldrich, and I reasurer .lean laber.
and the chemicals
FIRST Row: S. Aldridge, M. Marvin, S. Fairbanks, P. Dodge. SECOND Row: Miss Stolt, K.
Spence, W. Bowman, L. VanBortle, R. Staff, M. Shults, E. Cook, N. Basile. TH.RD Row' B
Schumacker, H. Gardner, J. Erbland, J. Brizee, B. Graves, J. McGurn, R. Sternberg, W. Leivisi
G. Rockwell, F. Myers, B. DeWolff, G. Wilson.
The French Club, made up of French II and III classes, has had a busy year
under Miss Stolt's direction. The French III class played several games, but their
favorite was Bon Appetit. Miss Stolt prepared a light luncheon which they asked for
in French. French II classes also played Allez-Op QBingo to all but French studentsj.
Short skits were given in French by both classesg these helped in pronunciation.
Other games, one much like English "Authors" four game of authorsj helps the
pupils learn background and vocabulary.
French Club creates enthusiasm for the language and increases our knowledge
which enrich the soil . . .
Fmsr Row: S. Fairbanks, Miss Fortmiller, V. Granger, H. Young, J. '1iaber, S. Srnith, F.
Verstraete. SECOND Row: J. Ferrin, L. Verstraete, J. Dinse, K. Spence, D. Villere, F. Stnner,
Matz, J. Briggs, D. Mclntosh. THIRD ROW: E. Dryer, M. Marvin, L. Masciangelo, G. Penmse,
P. Dodge, A. Pappert, M. Ferris.
Whenever someone Wants assistance in finding information in the library, Miss
Fortmiller or one of the girls on Library Staff is always on hand to help. The girls
in this group voluntarily devote one period each week to library work.
Their tasks include repairing and shelving books, arranging the card catalog and
preparing new books for circulation. Without this co-operative staff of girls the
library could not function so eiliciently.
Variety of nourishment
FIRST Row: P. Celehar, N. Grabb, Mr. Yonkers, B. Hull, J. Brizee, P. Rice, N. Wochner, M.
Matz, j. Briggs, M. Battaglini. SECOND Row: E. Brickle, J. Martin, D. Bulman, J. Mahoney,
G. Murphy, C. Hubbard, B. Lewis, H. Gardner, E. Pybus, R. Peck. H. Spencer, F. Peck, J.
Mead, E. LaPietra.
ln October, the amateur photographers met and organized for the first time in
three years. The members with their officers, President, Jack Brizeeg Vice-president,
Barbara Hull, Secretary, Pat Rice, and Treasurer, Nancy Wochnerg under the
capable direction of hir. Yonkers, their adviser, covered a great deal of work in the
The club studied the fundamentals of printing and developing and investigated
eommereial photography. Special interest was taken in photo contests between nearby
schools. Despite overexposures. spoiled prints and other mistakes the members learned
the principles of photography well, by the hard method, experience.
plays a vital part in
Oct. 21-Hi-News QSeniorsJ
Nov. 21--Hi-News Uuniorsj
Jan. 9-Hi-News CSophomoresJ
Feb. 18-Hi-News Uuniorsj
Feb. 23-Jr. Town Meeting of th
Mar. 21-Hi-News QSeniorsJ
1946-1947 BROADCAST SCHEDULE
ADVISERS-MISS SNOW AND MR. LYNCH
Miss KEEGAN AND MR. VANCE
D. Mclntosh, K. Spence, E. LaPietra,
, N. Seaman, P. Dodge, flutist
H. Johnson, J. Granger, E. Pybus, Aparo,
Girls' Glee Club
M. Humphrey, R. Murphy, T. Kohl, B.
Savard, J. Rockwell. Double quartet
V. Smith, J. Brizee, R. Vance, M. Yost, C.
Stolt, D. Beato, F. Battistoni, H. Spencer, E.
Whipple, S. Aldridge.
e air P. Dodge, W. Lewis, E. Cook, J. Erbland
C. Emery, B, Bramer, V. Boas, M. Ferris
Boys' Glee Club
SECOND Row :
SUBJECT on TALENT
School News, Veterans interviewed
"The Glory of the Lord"
"Let It Snow"
Month of February
"Is Co-operation Possible?"
"You,ll Never Walk Alone."
the maturation of a flower
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Chatter Stan' Reporters
Reawd C Hubbard YI 'xndrews Nl Nhultw V Smith H Johnson D Qmixh R Lewis
Second Row Xi Marvin G Wilson N Woolmer J Brigail J Bfileff E Pybvs
S. Aldridge J. Montieth XA. Moore.
'pop Rm.-3 E, Dryer, A, Pappert, Is. Grubb, L. Van Bo:-tie, C. K1ienhenz,,L. Fawcett.
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FIRST Row: J. johnson, S. Kier, J. XVillinms, SECOND Row: G. Barnes, A. lklnuru, j. Briggs, P.
Dodge, j. Che-sbro. THIRD Row: H. johnson, j. Iirblnnd, L. Fawcett, B. Hull, M. Yost, I"oUk'l'l1
Row: VV. Lewis, E. VVard, A. Lewis, E. Ashby.
The Gardener proudly
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master of the batonjhas again led the band
through a successful year. 'During the football
and basketball seasons the band gridded much
spirit to the games with some stirringqmarchesq
Again this ycarthe band participatedtin the
N Annual Spring Concert, a convincing demonstra-
' tion of the bandls talent Wand power to charm.
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displays his choicest blooms
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Fmsr Row: A. Moore, S. Pybus, J. Dinse, L. Fawcett, H. Young, S. Aldridge. SECOND Row: M.
Marvin, C. Kohl, G. Pennise, j. Chesbro, J. Shook, N. Grabb, D. Mclntosh. 'THIRD Row: ll.
Bramer, D, Smith, P. Phillips, A. Williams, Welkley, B. Hull, M. Matz, P. Dodge.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Perhaps no other school organization has brought so much enjoyment to its
members nor to its listeners as the Girls, Glee Club directed by lllr. Vance and ace
companied by Gail Wilson. On November 21, the girls broadcast for the first time
over "Hi-News". Later in the year they took part in a music assembly and the
Annual Spring Concert. Both times the glee club was a credit to F.H,S. and illr.
Vance's direction. Participation in the llflonroe County blusic Festival climaxed the
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Under bliss Keegan's direction the Boys' Glee Club were twice on the air over
HHi-Newsn. Fairport High School is proud of them.
The club organized with Clayton U'Dell as president, and -lack Brizee as
treasurer. Harold Gardner and Doug Snyder acted as librarians. Accompanied by
Gail VVils0n, the club participated in the music assembly, the Spring Concert, and the
lllonroe County Miisic Festival.
and takes keen satisfaction
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
FxRs'r Row: A. Basil, S. Martin, D. DeVVolf, S. Kier, N. Zimmer, L. Malucci. SECOND Row: G
Shibley, J. Peters, A. Pappert, S. Smith, M. Kleinhenz, J. Monteith. 'I'H1nD Row: j. Briggs, L
Van Bortle, B. Graves, M. Andrews, M. Shultz, M. Pritcher, V. Smith.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
in their full fruition . . .
l7AlRPORT -lOE'S l,lNlC UP:
- - L.lC.--lohn Clahrielli-over-center pass snatcher.
L.T.-A'Bud" O'Uell-"Big Red", he could carry
th' hall, too.
l,.G.-"C p" Stolt-had WO yards of penalties
against hizn, hard to get through.
C.-ALL COUNTY Donald .lordan-could he
ever hack un that line.
R.G.-"Red" Yvaddell-always had dirt on his
face, only a junior.
R.T.-"Bohn Staff-impossible to go through and
hard to go around.
KE.-ALL COUNTY "Clint" limery-tall,
alert pass-Snatcher, good downlield hlocker.
QB.-ALL COUNTY "Tom" Brothers-ah
ways a threat to the opponent, either passing
or running the ball.
L.H.-Neil S:'a'nan-tireless inan'in-motion, al-
ways a threat on the end of a pass.
R.H.-"Gord" Schrader-saved his team from
defeat hy running a kick-off hack for a touchf
down, received a broken ankle.
R.l-l.-"Doug" Snyder-a lot of power, received
torn ligaments in the knee.
F.l3.-"Dick" Lieb-second "Blanchard", couldn't
N- SEAMAN, D- JORDAN, W- LEWIS- he stopped. and ht-'s coming back next year.
R.H.-"Bill" Dancy-he was light on his feet and
FAIRPORT JOES IN ACTION
At the flower show
The Fairport Joes, County Champions for 1946.
experienced, in spite of some injuries an undefeated
The victorious pre-league game with Penn Yan
after only two weeks, practice gave heart to the
team. The 25 to I3 win was bought at the expense
of a concussion suffered by eo-captain Jordan and
a fractured nose for co-captain. Seaman.
County opponents eventually fell before the
power of our team. As a climax to a perfect season,
Fairport came from behind at half time to take an
unbeaten but once-tied Irondequoit in the cham-
P. Costanza, R. Lieb, T. Brothers.
Fmsr Row: J. Gabrielli, H. Ashby, C. Stolt, D. Jordan, L. Boas, R. Staff, C. Emery. SECOND
- ' ll N. Seaman
Row: T. Brothers, C. O De , .
FIRST Row: R. Leib, P. Costanza, J. Gabrielli, C. 0'Dell, C. Stolt, D. Jordan, M. Waddell, R.
Staff, C. Emery, N. Seaman, T. Brothers, J. Gross, E. Cronkhite. SECOND Row: R. Peck, D.
Beam, A. Gahrielli, H. Prudom, L. Boas, H, johnson, W. Barnes, P. Menguale, H. Ashby, VV
Bowman, R. Sternberg, E. Whipple, R. Alvut. THIRD Row: Coach Becker, W. Lewis, J
McGurn, F. Buck, D. Granger, F. Parkinson, R. Vance, R. Lazerson, L. Cascini, B. Hosley, A
Wacinske, W. Rinebold, D. Christ, E. Schubert, D. Snyder, F. Myers, Coach Cummings.
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the community de lg
FIRST Row: C. O'dell, D. Beato, N. Seaman, D. jordan, C. Emery. SECOND Row: C. Stolt, G
Battaglini, R. Staff, W. Dancy, L. Burgey, E. Whipple, R. Lieb, H. johnson, G. Galante.
HITTING THE HARDVVOOD
FIRST PICTURE: C. Emery, N. Seaman, B. Staff, L. Burgey, NV. Dancy.
SECOND PICTURE: N. Seaman, L. Burgey, C. O'Dell, VV. Danny.
the display of perfection . . .
Although the Fairport boys did not come out on
top of the league in basketball, they had a good
season, a 60Q? winning season. To their opponents'
499 points they amassed 586, an average of 39
points a game.
Bud U'De1l had a high average of 10.5 points
per game with Neil Seaman close behind with 10.1
points per game. Dave Beato chalked up 86 pointsg
Clinton Emery, 605 Lynn Burgey 419 Donald
Jordon, 405 and Casper Stolt, 27.
lllanaged by Captain Seaman and helped by Bud
O'Dell. the local team succeeded in attaining third
place in the lllonroe County League.
Fairport East Rochester 37
Fairport Brighton 28
Fairport Spencerport 34
Fairport VVebster 31
Fairport Holley 24
Fairport Ontario 36
Fairport Brockport 28
Fairport Irondequoit 45
Fairport Brighton 25 W
Fairport East Rochester 56 H. Konz, manager, N. Seaman captain Coach Cummings
Fairport Spencerport 32
Fairport VVebster 35
Fairport Holley 26
Fairport Brockport 35
Fairport Irondequoit 31
FIRST Row: F. Myers, C. DeWoIf, C. Vogel, A. Lynch, J. Gross, VV. Brooks.
SECOND Row: P. Menaguale, G. Rockwell, P. Shuberr, J. Battaglini, XV.
evidences of growth,
PAPPALARDO CUP VVINNERS
Early in October, Clmrtw' sponsored a contest
for a name for the FHS football team. 'lihe win-
ning name suggested by Norris Harlorf was "l"airf
port Joes" in honor of the return of Coach Cum-
mings to Fairport. Under the challenge and
inspiration of their new name, the "l"airport Joes"
emerged victorious and undefeated as champions of
the blonroe County Football League.
FHS was proud to have three of its star foot-
ball players chosen for the All-County team this
year. Named by a committee of leading coaches in
lVIOnroe County they are: Clinton lfniery. End, an
excellent pass-receiver and first-year niang '1'om
Brothers, Quarterback, who was the brains of the
offense and led the team in scoring: Don jordan,
Center, picked by all as the toughest lineman in
Local people have shown a great deal of in-
terest in high school athletics. This year a promi-
nent lawyer, hir. Frank Pappalardo, offered special
awards of silver loving cups to the outstanding
player in football and in basketball. The football
trophy fell to Tom Brothers, master of gridiron
strategy. The basketball trophy was presented to
Neil Seaman, the team's energetic captain. These
boys were named for these honors by a vote of their
team mates. The cups become their permanent
ALL-COU NTY M EEN
'l'. Brothers, N. Seaman T. Brothers, C. Iimery, D, jordan
rareness of specles,
The llour Glzus goes to press before the
track season opens, but FHS is optimistic
about this year's results. Many of the best
members of last year's team are still in
school, and at large group of new recruits
answered the coach's call for track enthu-
VVitl1 Coach Cummings training the boys,
Fairport expects a top-notch team.
RUNNERS: P. Costanza, W. Dancy, C. Emery,
W. Rinebold. SHOT PUT: C. O'Dell, T.
Brothers, L. Cascini, R. Lewis, H. Prudom,
D. jordan, H. Ashby.
FIRST Row: K. Verstreate, VV. Brooks, C. Pierce, R. Craig, A. VVacenske, R. Lucas, P. Costanza,
W. lrrig. SECOND Row: N. Basile, M. Waddell, G. Murphy, F. Parkinson, -I. Erbland, Coach
Cummings, j. Robson, E. Whipple, L. Cascini, C. De Wolf, j. DeMoiT. THIRD Row: C. O'Dell,
R. Staff, E. Cronkhite, VV. Zimmer, D. jordan, B. Hosley, H, Ashby, H. johnson, E. Pybus, W.
Rinebold, T. Brothers, H. Prudom, R. Lewis, W. Dancy, D. Beato, C. Emery.
or new varieties . . .
Credit for a very successful football season should go, not only to the teams, but
also to the spirited cheerleaders, who were always there to arouse enthusiasm in the
Crowd. lllargaret lllatz, Jean Taber, lllargaret lllarvin, Fred liattistone and George
Barnes were this year's senior cheerleaders. lllueh of the credit for their good work
goes to their peppy adviser, lNIiss Donk.
VVhether it was a Cold, damp, muddy football field or a fetid, niusty gymnasium,
these leaders were always on hand with cheerful, sparkling enthusiasm. They kept
alive the traditional Fairport spirit.
Never have such a quintette captured the student body as did these junior
Cheerleaders who, by the way, are all Freshmen but one. The student body was quiek
to aeeept their clever and original new cheers.
Seeoxo Roxy :
Emerson said, "A ray of
Fmsr Row: J. Peters, S. Smith, J. Chesbro. SECOND Row: S. Konz, B. Hull, M. Matz, M. Peck,
li. LaPietra. 'ITHIRD Row: R. Murphy, N. Grabb, P. Rice, C. Kohl, S. Aldridge, V. Smith, E.
The Girls' Athletic Association is made up of a group of interested girls who
participate in after-school activities.
At the beginning of every school year a G.A.A. meeting is held. If a good per-
centage of all the girls in high school is present, election of officers is held. The
president and general manager are Seniors, the treasurer, a Junior, the vice-president
a Sophomore, and the secretary, a Freshman. This year Nlary Peck was president,
illargie hlatz general manager, Catherine Kohl treasurer, Rosemary Murphyf vice-
president, and Sue Smith secretary. The executive council includes also a representa-
tive from every class. This year they were E. LaPietra, '47, B. Hull, '48, E. VVitt, '49,
and S. Konz, '50. All the others are managers of the different sports.
A successful year was possihle with the kind and endless efforts of our adviser,
lyliss Ruth Donlc. Through her aid, Play Days and parties brought joy to many girls.
This is Fairport's G.A.A.
beauty outvalues all
Field hockey is the girls' sport that
most closely resembles football. Every
fall, goal posts, hockey sticks, hockey
balls. shin-guards, and hockey players
adorn a freshly-marked hockey field.
Throughout the season, each girl strives
to play a good game. The best are voted
by G.A.A. members to the Hockey
This year the Honor Team enjoyed
games at VVebster, Batavia and Harley
School, Rochester. Fairport was host
to VVebster and VVilliamson.
FIRST Row: D. Filardo, M. Marvin, E. Witt, E. La
Matz, C. Kohl.
Fn1s'r Row: D, Filardo, E. LaPietra. SECOND Row: M.
Marvin, M. Peck, M. Matz, C. Kohl.
Row: C. Beato, P. Fisk, B. Hull, M.
VVith winter came basketball. It is
one of the most popular of the girls'
sports and under llliss Donk's enthus-
iastic leadership the girls developed
their skill. This year the girls played
teams from other schools. Fairport was
host to Pittsford, VVebster, and
Brighton for a Play Day and Fairport
was guest of Brighton High School.
Election to an honor team is a coveted
place for any girl.
the utilities of the world."
Bert Ashlotl, llxiisy Colvla, Milton Dunn, Alphonse Priinaiverzi.
The friendly smiles :md UIlCCZlSlIlg labor on the part of our cheerful friends, the
jzinitors, have brigflitenenl mziny il school day. All year long these faithful workers are
ever on the job, performing their tasks quietly and unobtrusively. That they may
realize our appreciation, we give to them this page in the 1947 Hour Glass.
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Fragrant odors drifting through our halls tell
of the new cafeteria which offers hot lunches to
pupils at the High School and the VVest Church
lllanaged by Miss Rumsey, and staffed by Mrs.
Dunham, Mrs. Scida, Mrs. Manzek, and Mrs.
lllorrell, the cafeteria has become one of our
school's most popular services. Mr. Coffee, Mr.
Lynch and the School Board have worked hard to
promote this project. With the financial aid given
to school cafeterias by the state of New York, these
women are able to serve well-balanced meals for a
minimum of 39.20.
VVe are as proud of its food as we are of its
shining cleanliness. New as it is, it has won a
permanent place in FHS.
Robson, M. VVitt.
D. Beato, J. Williams, P. Carini, F. Battis-
tone, R. Lazerson, Mrs. Scida, L. Fawcett.
Miss Rumsey, Mrs. May, Mrs. Dunham,
Mrs. Scida, Mrs. Manzek, Mrs. Morrell,
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that note of charm
to everyday living
Each year the Senior Class assumes the respon-
sibility of preparing the Hour Glass for publica-
tion. The work of the book is divided among three
staffs, Editorial, Art and Business, under the guid-
ance of Miss Snow, Mrs. Street and lllr. Schworm
The Editorial Staff was under the leadership of
Pat Dodge, Editor-in-Chief, and Associate Editors,
Grace Pennise and Katharine Spence. Under the
guidance of Miss Snow assignments were given to
the other members of the Editorial Staff.
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Business Editor: H, Gardner,
Editor-in-chief: P. Dodge, Art
Editor: N. Zimmer, L. Phillips.
Art Editors, Norma Zimmer and Louise Phillips
-and th rest of the art staff, with Mrs. Street as
adviser prepared the delightful art work throughout
The difficult task of raising finances fell to the
Business Staff, managed by Harold Gardner and
adviser, Mr. Schworm. This Staff raised money
by subscriptions, ads, a gift from the Senior Class
and a special basketball demonstration.
VVhen the Hour Glass arrived from the pub-
lisher, the Business Staff managed sales.
Editorial: Miss Snow, Busi-
ness: Mr. Schworm, Art: Mrs.
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Pierra, B. Bramer. STANDING:
D. McIntosh, M. Matz, J.
BOTTOM Row: D. Woolston, G.
Battaglini, C. Craig. TOP Row:
L. Phillips, M. Battaglini, N.
BUSI N ESS STAFF
SE.-x'rEu: B. Brnmer, H. Gard-
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Seaman, j. Ferrin, R. Staff.
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THIS IS THE NINTH HOUR GLASS
Sfudiosz 23I 'HURSTBOURNE ROAD
Phone Culver 646
P. O. Box I42 RocI1es+er I, N. Y.
Best Wishes To The
CLASS OF I947
FAIRPORT CANDY KITCHEN
25 GEORGE ST. af SOUTH AVE.
Ice Cream - Candies - LuncI1es
WOOD 81 SCHIED
Fairpor+ 544-W PiH'sford 47-W
YOUR BUICK DEALER
38 Wes+ Ave. Phone 62
DEPEND ON US ALWAYS
ECONOMY, COURTESY AND SATISFACTION
ADAMS DRESS 81 GIFT SHOP
30 S. MAIN STREET
Opposife Town Hall
LYDIA R. PARKS, Propriefor
"THE FIRST STOP FOR THE CLASS OF 1947"
BASTIAN BROS. CO.
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Designers and Producers of
HIGH SCHOOL CLASS JEWELRY
ENGRAVED COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS
GEORGE D. KILLIP, Disfricf Manager
I600 CIin+on Ave. Nor+h
Rochesfer, N. Y.
B R A M E R' 5 JAMES BARRANCO
MEN'S FURNISHINGS and SHOES
RQXCII Sfbre gn +he Phone 246-R 32 Nor+h Main
PHONE 1 SUTTON'S GARAGE
General Repair and Collision Worlc
Fairporl-Rochesler Rcl. Tel. 20-J
Comslock Canning Corporation
- EGYPT PLANT -
HOUALITY CANNED FOODS"
H . F . D e N I S E
PHONE 240 FAIRPORT
ROBERT S. ELLENBERGER EARL B. JACOBS
FAIRPORT HARDWARE CO.
"The Complefe Hardware S1'ore"
B. P. S. PAINTS - GENERAL ELECTRIC
WEST AVENUE PHONE 34
HART FOOD STORES
Everybody Saves Har'I's Coupons
C0"'Pli"'e'm of The Best of Luck To You
EAST ROCHESTER THE FINEST WORK FROM Us
UPHOLSTERING OF QUALITY
ANTIQUES REPAIRED AND REFINISHED
H A R L O F F ' S
MILK and ICE Phone 528 H. E. DeVoe
phones 545-J or 130 Fai,-Perf Fairport N. Y. 55 So. Main S+.
FAIRPORT SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION
'E TWO PRINCIPAL PURPOSES
To Encourage TIariH' by Sysfemafic Savings
-5: To Encourage Home Ownership
by Easy Paymenf Morfgage Loans
45 SO. MAIN FAIRPORT
ALBERT DI RISIO. '35
YOUR PATRONAGE HAS BEEN AND WILL
CONTINUE TO BE APPRECIATED
I5 N. MAIN TEL. FAIRPORT 529
PHONE 2l6 FAIRPORT
of INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE
CLAUDE W. EMERY PHONE 555
Compliments of a co.
KII N G ' S 34 I-IIC-I-I STREET
HOME MADE ICE CREAM Phone 22 E, M, C,icT,+c,,,
C. C. ROGERS C0"'Pli"1ff'1f-I
Eyes Examined - Glasses Filled
26 Woodlawn Ave. Phone 265
Phone 77 " We Sell for Less"
NEW AND USED CARS
I20 S. Main SI'ree'r METAL WORK AND PAINTING Fairporl'
Sl' lM SPQPTIISIC Amo
Uu'l'Fl11lns GOODS SUPPLIES
: some osuvea "
ff XI zsamxvwwses' F I N N
I Cf' X AWARD SWEATERS
vb I, KSPORTEQUIPMMH
4 V'CIlBQKf" S25-X
' , '- 'I BICYCLE ELECTRICAL
IIWRIIES I ! G,
37EST.PAUL sr.k0f,4mfm ' I SUPPLIES GOODS
C O M M E R C I A L
P R I N T I N G
I6 BARNUM ST. FAIRPORT
OWENS 81 KEEFE
PLUMBING AND HEATING
D E L C O I"I E A T
OIL BURNER SALES AND SERVICE
30 So. Main S+. Phone 565
THE BEST OF EATS
THE BEST OF BEVERAGES
one 3 I2-J Fairpori'
A FRIEND BILL PETERS
Glenn 14. pemlrnfan
REFRIGERATION - OIL HEAT - APPLIANCES
MACEDON CENTER RD. - FAIRPORT
PITTSFOR MILLING CO.
Phone: Fairport 913-F-5
Regular Milk - Buttermilk - Cream - Selected Dairy Products
QUR PERFECT MILK
PERFECT BOTTLE O'
THE SPACE-SAVING' S UARE BOTTLE A'
Ive have acvmpleteztngafbaicyhvdvdf
FAIRPORTQ NEW YORK
in MEDICAL SECRETARIAL, Secretarial, Business Administration
fincluding Real Estate 8: lnsurancel and in other commercial tielcls.
School of Commerce
362 East Ave.
Rochester 4, N. Y.
Provisional member - American Association ot Junior Colleges
Ladies' Ready To Wear
LADIES' AND CHlLDREN'S DRESSES
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
For the Entire Family
The S 81 W Department Store
22-24 S. MAIN ST. FAIRPORT, N. Y.
Blanche E. Schrader 3-Day Service
HATS CLEANED - DRY CLEANING
7 North Main Fairport
TOBACCOS - MAGAZINES
CANDY - ICE CREAM
3 North Main Fairport
FAIRPORT HAT SHOP
42 WEST AVE.
E. P. CARPENTER, Prop.
S O D A B A R
A . L . K R O L I C K
Telephone Fairport 12
15 So. Main St. Fairport
Your ELECTROLUX Sales
and Service Dealer
Cut Flowers and Plants for All Occasions
FAMILY SHOE STORE
We Specialize In
WOMEN'S and CHILDRENS SHOES
Our Shoes Are Priced To Sell
9 No. Main St. Fairport
and ICE CORPORATION
QUALITY DRY CLEANERS
CALL and DELIVERY SERVICE
5 SouI'I1 Main S+.
HUPP MOTORS. INC.
YOUR LOCAL FORD DEALER
Serving This Area For Over 25 Years
DOCTORS FAVOR HOMOGENIZED MILK
WHY DON'T YOU?
Rich ln Cream - Easily Digesfed - Good for Young and Old
THE PARKSIDE DAIRY
EAST ROCHESTER, N. Y.
E. Rochesfer 36 - PHONES - Hillside 2036-J
AGENCY ESTABLISHED mos
GEORGE A. SLOCUM AGENCY
TRENDS TELEPHONE 286 REFSZYDENT
HEALTH CHECK FORGERY
B".5?.ES'2EoRM FAIRPORT, NEW YORK C3'a'l'5'd?8l!f1N
PARCEL POST PLATE GLASS
FAIRPORT GAS SAXTON'S DEPT.
AND OIL CO. STORE
Ojferx Complete Lines In
DRY GOODS - NOTIONS - NOVELTIES
AND MEN'S WORK CLOTHING
Phone 100 Stationery - Greeting Cards - Toys
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
FAIRPORT, N. Y.
. . .
!Sexton's Alamo Seasoning--a blend
of exquisite spices lor soups, salads
-and gravies. Invaluable in adding
zestful flavor to any bland food.
This book was made possible Through The generosiTy oT I43
adverTisers and Triends. The sTudenTs and TaculTy oT FairporT
I-ligh School wish To express Their appreciaTion oT This evidence
oT good will.
AlThough The cosT oT publishing our book has increased
approximaTely 4-SCX., in The lasT six years, we have noT increased
The sales price To The sTudenT. Again we Thank our adverTisers
Tor making This possible.
We wish To especially Thank Those 20 adverTising Triends
who responded To our requesT Tor larger adverTisemenTs. This
addiTional income has done much To mainTain The gualiTy oT
ThirTy new names appear in our adverTising secTion - can
you name Them?
Eleven oT our adverTisers have been wiTh us Tor 20 years:
an addiTional sixTeen have been wiTh us Tor I5 years: and TwenTy-
one oThers have been wiTh us Tor IO years or more. Can you
idenTiTy These "Old Timers"?
Our school clubs, always inferesred in every wor+h while
school enferprise, have con+ribu+ed generously Ioward
publica+ion of Ihis book.
ALPHA BETA PHI
BLOCK F CLUB
SIGMA CHII DELTA
THE'I'A CHI UPSILON
We urge you
HOME SERVICE UNLIMITED
CALL US FOR ANY JOB LARGE OR SMALL
Phone 592 I82 Wesf Church
FAIRPORT, N. Y.
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