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In which we are attempting an outline and pictorial review for you of the
activities of school life. Not only does this include the studious part of the
school curriculum, but it also shows you the outside activities which aid a
great deal in bringing the students and teachers closer together.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank the members of the faculty, Miss
E. Smith, Miss Maw, Mr. Funnell and Mr. Drews for their cooperation and support
in helping us to bring you the eighteenth edition of this yearbook.
We hope you will enjoy the "Echo," and that it will bring you happy memo-
ries of your own school days.
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For sympathetic perception:
For efficient judgmentg
For faithful guidanceg
For patience and tactg
For time and effortg
For loyal cooperation and supportg
To each we dedicate this yearbook.
. ' M ll A w. Risley. Frank Vanterwa
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The Board of,Educat1on does a great deal for ourJ
bufldings'and grounds are kept in repair and that the
times. They choose and hire the teacher u
s and see that
at all times. Mr. Floyd L. Risley is the President of
Mr. Arthur W. Risley acts as clerk, Mr. Carl B. Mepham
and Mr. Raymond Fisher is the Attendance Office
Monday of every month.
The members of the Board make up different committ
school. Merton Vandewalle, F. L Risley and Fra k
school. They see that the
are neat and tidy at all
everything runs smoothly
this gfeat organization.
takes care of the money,
Board meets on the second
ees for the upkeep of the
. , n Vandewater are on the Tea-
chers' Committee. The Buildings and Grounds Committee is made up of Lloyd
Williams, Peter Moll, Glen Spink, and Merton Vandewalle. John Baart and Frank
Vandewater make u th P
p e urchasing Com ittee. The members of the Auditing Com-
mittee are M '
erton Vandewalle and Frank Vandewater.
The Board members do a great deal of work, and we,
want them to know that we a
the faculty and students
ppreciate all they have done for us.
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It seems only yesterday that I entered the Senior homeroom
for the first time and made Wseveral announcements.n Yes, time does certainly
fly. Now we are getting ready to say good-bye and I hardly know what to say to
a class which has heard so many usermonsn on fair play and the like. However,
as the late Principal E. A. Lewis used
working, a crank is necessary to start
Seriously, I have
and as individuals. Your achievements
to say, nWhen the self starter isn't
enjoyed every minute with you as a class
have been many while your problems have
challenged us to strive to solve them in the best possible way. I have tried
to give you experiences in nbeing able to take itn which have often gone against
the popular trend, which, by the way, is not always the right trend. Such ex-
periences should stand you in good stead out in life.
A story of an Italian lumberman best illustrates the point.
An American traveler was watching him pull certain logs out of a swift mountain
stream. 'Why do you pick out those few?H, the traveler asked. NThey all look
alike.n WBut they are not alike, seignior. The logs I let go by have grown on
the side of a mountain where they have been protected all their lives. Their
grain is coarseg they are good only for lumber. But these logs, seignior, grow
on the top of the mountain. From early seedlings they have been lashed by the
storms, and so they grow strong with fine grain. We save them for choice workg
they are not nlumber , se1gn1or.u
Good-bye, Class of 1940, and the best of luck to all of you!
TWO AT A FIRESIDE
I built a chimney
for a comrade old,
I did the service
not for hope or hire-
And then I traveled on
in w1nter's cold,
Yet all the day
I glowed before the fire.
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H. Maw V. Pinson, 0 ' . D 1 E. Smith
C' Funnoll' J' Dinan, P Draies M. Lasalle' E' Crooks, g. Mgiyiend, R. Colburn
M, Calk1nS, J' Brow ' A' Cpgss H. Drews, U. McLym0n ,
G. Martiny. M' Thape' " '
William H. Drews, B. S.
Charles R. Funnell, B. Q.
VIce FrincIpaI, Commerce
Pauline M. Drake
Secretary, Glrls' Physical Education
Jean Pottin er B. A.
EngIIsE, Kierfoan History
Elizabeth M. Smith, B. A.
French, EngIIsH, Journalism
Mar erite E. Thane, B. A.
a ematfcs, Business Training
Vir inia T. Pinson, B. Q.
- Home Economics
Anita F. Cross, B. A.
IEtIn, Ancient Hfstory
Geor e R. Martin B. S.
Scfence, Soclal Science
L10 d McGowan, Q. S.
Hug? Robertson, B. M.
Helen B. Maw, B. Q.
Lucille A. Smith
Robert D. Colburn, B.
Stella McL ,ond
Marie C. Calkins
Urlla McL ond
Gertrude Do le
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ALLEN ALBRIGHT-- Basketball 2, 5, 43
Baseball 1, 2, 5, 43 F. F. A. 53 High-
lights 5, 43 Echo 5, 43 Vice President
23 Secretary 53 Assembly Committee 43
Dance Club 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2,3
5, 43 Latin Testimonial 53 Senior Ball
A-Z Club 2, 5, 43 Dramatics Club 23
Highlights 5, 43 Echo 43 Glee Club 1,
43 Dance Club 43 Interclass 1, 2, 5, 43
Senior Play 4.
DONALD ANDERSON--Echo 43 Dance Club 43
Basketball 43 Baseball Manager 4.
Basketball 2, 5, 43 Baseball 5, 43 Band
1, 2, 5, 43 Safety Patrol 13 Echo 43
Dance Club 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2,
BETTY BEL--Band 1, 2, 5, 43 Orchestra
5, 43 A-Z Club 2, 5, 43 Hiking Club 2,
53 Dramatics Club 23 Glee Club 13
Junior Prom Chairman 53 Senior Play 43
Echo 5, 43 Highlights 5, 43 Interclass
1, 2, 5, 4.
Band 2, 5, 43 A-Z Club 2, 5, 43 Glee
Club 1, 2, 5: Senior Play 43 Highlights
43 Echo 43 Dramatics Club 23 Orchestra
5, 43 Hiking Club 2, 53 Dance Club 43
President 13 Drum Award 53 Interclass
1, 2, 5, 4.
GERARD CANTIN-- Basketball 1, 2, 5, 43
Basketball Captain 43 Baseball 1, 2, 5,
43 Echo 5, 43 Band l, 2, 5, 43 High-
lights 5, 43 Senior Play 43 President
23 Dance Club 43 Camera Club 4.
Band 1, 2, 5, 43 A-Z Club 2, 5. 43
Treasurer 53 Interclass 1, 2, 5, 43
Glee Club 1, 2, 53 Dramatics Club 2-
MARJORIE DEGROOT--Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 43
Hiking Club 2, 53 Dramatic Club 23 A-Z
Club 2, 5, 43 Echo 43 Vice President 43
Interclass 2, 5, 4.
Glee Club 1, 43 A-z Club 2, 5, 43 High-
lights 5, 43 Echo 4.
JOE DIROSE--Band 1, 2, 5, 43 Basketball
1, 2, 53 French Club 53 Highlights 43
Echo 43 Dance Club 43 Baseball 43
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 5, 4.
Basketball 2, 5, 43 Baseball 2, 5, 43
Highlights 5, 43 Secretary 43 Treasurer
23 Echo 43 Senior Play 43 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 5, 43 Safety Patrol 13
Dance Club 4.
EUGENE DIXON--Band 1, 2, 5, 43 Safety
Patrol 1, 23 Highlights 5, 43 Dramatic
Club 23 Dance Club 43 Puppet Club 2, 53
Intramural Sports 1, 43 F. F. A. 4.
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 43 Hiking Club 53
A-Z Club 5, 43 Personality Club l3
Singing Contest 4.
EMORY FAULKS--Band 1, 2, 5, 43 Orches-
tra 5, 43 Senior Play 43 Dance Club 43
Puppet Club 23 Safety Patrol 13 High-
lights l, 5, 43 Echo 43 Intramural
Sports 1, 2, 5, 43 Class President 4.
A-Z Club 2, 5, 43 'Glee Club 53 Hiking
Club 2, 53 Echo 4.
EVELYN JENNETT--Glee Club 13 Dramatics
Club 23 A-Z Club 2, 5, 43 Echo 5, 43
Hiking Club 2, 53 Senior Play 43 Inter-
class 1, 2, 5, 43 Cheer Leader 5, 43
Athletic Award 53 Basketball 1.
Band l, 2, 5, 43 Orchestra 5, 43 A-Z
Club 2, 5, 43 Hiking Club 23 Glee Club
l, 2, 5, 43 Senior Play 43 French Club
53 Highlights 5, 43 Echo 43 Dramatics
Club 23 Interclass l, 2, 5, 43 Saluta-
VIRGINIA JOHNS-- Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 43
A-Z Club 2, 5, 43 Hiking Club 2, 53
French Club 53 Dramatics Club 23 Echo
5, 43 Latin Testimonial 53 Highlights
Band l, 2, 5, 43 Orchestra 5, 43 Glee
Club 1, 2, 5, 43 Class Secretary 23
Class Treasurer 43 Hiking Club 2, 53
A-Z Club 2, 5, 43 Senior Play 43 High-
lights 5, 43 Latin Testimonial 53
Interclass 1, 2, 53 Valedictorian.
ELEANOR MAGUIRE-- Glee Club l, 2, 5, 43
A-Z Club 2, 5, 43 Hiking Club 2, 53
French Club 53 Dramatics Club 23 Echo
5, 43 Latin Testimonial 53 Highlights
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 43 A-Z Club 2, 5, 43
Highlights 5, 43 Echo 43 Dance Club 43
Interclass l, 2, 5, 4.
NORMAN MCGOWAN-- Basketball l, 2, 5, 43
Baseball l, 2, 5, 43 Baseball Captain
43 Echo 5, 43 Highlights 5, 43 Safety
Patrol 1: Band 5, 43 Class Vice-
President 13 French Club 53 Dance Club
43 Dramatics Club 23 Camera Club 4.
Baseball 1. 2, 5, 43 Echo 43 Highlights
43 F. F. A. 2, 5, 4.
HERBERT SPINK--Band 1, 2, 5,,4S Orches-
tra 1, 2, 5, 43 Echo 43 Puppet Club 23
Basketball Manager 2, 5, 43 Senior Play I'
43 Class Vice-President 53 Dance,Club
43 Safety Patrol 13 Intramural Sports
1, 2, 5, 43 Camera Club 4.
A-Z Club 2, 53 Glee Club 13 Echo 43
Dance Club 43 Interclass 2, 5, 4.
ELLSWORTH THOMPSON--Orchestra 43 Dance
Club 43 F. F. A. 2, 5, 43 Intramural
Sports 5, 43 Safety Patrol 2.
F. F. A. 2, 5, 43 Class Treasurer 13
Dance Club 43 Intramural Sports 5, 4.
HAROLD VANUPDORP--Echo 2, 5f 43 High-
lights 43 French Club 53 Orchestra 5,
43 Basketball 53 Baseball 5, 43 Senior
English 5 and 43 Libraryg History C3
ELAINE VERDOW--Glee Club 1, 2, 53 A-Z
Club 2, 5, 43 Hiking Club 2, 53 Class
President 53 Class Secretary 13 Echo 5,
43 Highlights 43 Dramatics Club 2.
President Emory Faulksg Vice-Presi-
dent Allen Albrightg Secretary Joe
Gruttadaurio3 Treasurer Betty Porrey
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Father Time: Well I've caught up with you at last. I've waited a long time for
't'Els'7?ioment when you'd be graduating. '-
Senior Class: Yes, you've caught up with us, but we've got our twelve years
't'5Er?tEer to look back upon. Some of us are glad to get out into the cold, cruel
world but most of us regret it very much.
Father Time: Have you enjoyed these twelve years together?
Senlor Class: Yes, Father Time, we have. We started in 1929. Miss Howk was our
TIrsE'teacHer. Our other teachers for the second through the eighth grades
respectively were Miss McLymond, Mrs. Brown, Miss Derrenbacker, Mrs. Wiedrich,
Mrs. Suter, Mrs. Calkins, and Miss S. Mclymond.
Father Time: Have you all been together the whole twelve years?
Senlor Class: No, some have joined our merry group at different intervals dur-
lng the twelve years right up to the last: and of course, some have quit or moved
away. 'At present our class boasts of having thirty members.
Father Time: When did you start having organized class meetings?
Senlor Class: We started in the sixth grade but didn't keep it up. We organized
In seventh grade and had an enjoyable year. In the eighth grade we had even more
fun. Vivian VerCrouse was valedictorlan and Betty Porrey was salutatorian.
Father Time: How about your colors, flowers, and motto?
Senlor Class: We chose them in eighth grade. Since we are very ambitious we
have to represent our class with the motto, nUse today, tomorrow may never come.u
Our class flower is the red rose and maroon and ivory are our colors.
Father Time: Was your freshman year a success?
Senlor Class: Oh yes, Father Time, we started off right by electing our officers
THey'were: President, Janis Covey: Vice President, Norman McC-owang Secretary,
Elaineverdowg Treasurer, David Wooster: and our Class Adviser, Miss Cross. Then
we had a get-together at the Community Hall. 4
Father Time: How about your sophomore year?
Senlgr Class: Well, Father Time, we d1dn't do much at all. We elected our
offlcers who were: President, Gerard Canting Vice-President, Allen Albright:
Secretary, Betty Porrey: Treasurer, Joe Gruttadauriog and Miss Cross again looked
after us as our Class Adviser.
Father Time: I'm sure you did a great deal more in your junior year didn't you?
Senlor Class: We'll say we did! We started things rolling by electing the
following officers: President, Elaineverdowg Vice-President, Herbert Spinkg
Secretary, Allen Albright: Treasurer, Marie Davis: and that year Mr. Martiny
held us together, acting as Class Adviser. We started something new by having a
corn roast early in the fall. Next we got our Junior rings, which seem much
nicer than all the others. Then we look back on our colorful Junior Prom, which
was a huge success. Some of us enjoyed a trip to Cobourg as an end to our Junior
Father Time: And now tell me about your last and final year in high school.
Senlor Class: Gladly, Father Time. We started off by electing Emory Faulks as
our leader: Marge DeGroot assisted him as Vice-President. Joe Gruttadaurio kept
the books and Betty Porrey handled our money. Miss Pottinger has been an excel-
lent Class Adviser giving us well needed advice. In the fall we had a Senior
Square Dance. This was a huge success.and everyone had a swell time. In Novem-
ber we put on our Senior Play. Miss Pottinger directed this.
Father Time: How did the play turn out?
'Sfenfci Class: Of course this is our opinion, but we thought it was good. Emory,
as Bo5by, a typical American boy, stole the show, and Janis played the part of a
little girl to perfection.
Father Time: What has happened since then?
Senior Class: Nine members of our class went to Washington at Easter. Two of
our glrls were candidates for Apple Blossom Queen: Janis Covey is a National
Drum Champion. Then we worked hard on our Senior Ball scheduled for Class Night.
It was as big a success as all the other things we have undertaken.
Father Time: Have you any last thing you want to say before I cut you off?
Senlor Class: We would like to thank all our teachers for cooperating with us
and for putting up with us. We owe a great deal to President Emory Faulks and
to our Treasurer, Betty Porrey, for all the hard work they have done for us dur-
ing the year. We would like to say good-by to all our'friends in school and
wish them as much fun as we've had.
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WE, the SENIOR CLASS of the Ontario High School of Ontario in the County
of Wayne and State of New York, being of sound mind and memory, do make, publish
and declare this our last RM! anb Gestamcnt. in manner following, that is to say:
Tfkgh- We direct that all our just debts and funeral expenses be paid.
Swann- We bequeath to the following:
Underclassmenz Mr. Drew's slogan, HA word to the wise is sufficient.W
Junior Class: The Seniors' lost water guns, balloons, straight Jobs, tacks, and
Mr. Robertson: A band like the presentg of course it will take time!
Miss Thape: Another Sir Galahad.
Miss Smith: Some new pins so the class will get the point.
Miss Cross: A Senior Class like the present, toys and all.
Freshman Class: The right to get out of the dog house.
Oakley Porray: A saucer to go with his Ag. cup.
Harold Lebbert: A punching bag so he doesn't have to use humans, the dragon.
Gerald Harris: The right to have Jerry Mae Merf as-his "precious."
Squeaky Ebert: A couch in study hall.
Walter Cone: More young ladies.
Antoinette Cantin: Another Tom Grierson and SON program.
Howard DeGroot and Donald Risleyz The demonstration business formally owned by
Faulks and Spink.
Ernest Lutzkin: A contract to be manager of a floor show in the O. H. S. Study
Jean King: A pad to write notes on, a large one.
Harold and Uppie: A revolver for their holdups.
Ellen Mepham and fans: A windowless house.
Walter Leary: A car he can have at night.
Margaret Mepham: Someone to get her at noon hours. There's at least one senior
who is appreciated. I
Dorothy Huxley: Betty Bel's dog house. We hope it won't be used as much from
Jerry Waterman: The right to act like Henry Aldrich.
Janet Porrey: The right to be different.
Physics Class from Betty B91 and Janet Porrey: The right to have the temperature
To all students: A reserved seat when- the "doubled features" made by the History
C students are shown.
Norman Harris: The praise due to a good boy?
Basketball Team: A fake banner just in case---
Junior Class: A candy key for each student.
Elizabeth DeDee: Tommy Doyle's red hair.
Don Crane: Gracefulness when posing as a woman.
Adam Beinschroth: An introduction to some of the other drum majors. For infor-
mation about drum majoring only! '
Nina Mae Heckman: Something to keep her busy.
Dickie Cuvelier: A brush cut and striped necktie to match his personality.
Elsie Hollebrand: Betty Porrey's apples.
'lasdg We hereby appoint Miss Pottinger and Miss Thape executrixes of
this, our last Will and Testament: hereby revoking all former wills by us made.
'Zn' witnws wbgfggf, We have hereunto subscribed our name the 27th
day of June.in the year One thousand nine hundred and forty.
We, whose names are hereto subscribed,1Do CenHy.that.on the 27th day of June 1940
the SENIOR CLASS,,the testator, subscribed its name to this ihstrument in our
presence and in the presence of each of us, and at the same time, in our presence
and hearing, declared the same to be its last Will and Testament, and requested
us, to sign our names thereto as witnesses to the execution thereof, which we
hereby do in the presence of the testator and of each other, on the said date,
and write opposite our names our respective places of residence. a
I r residing at M Ov
,W d,"4:"LM- residing at
7-6 9 B residing at
1 1 Prederes, InGPaham' Crane' a k
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I tr rpe Leary: Fothiringer' Cord ng Y, H ham DeBaene, Suter, DeGroot, O
, ' ', Me ham M. HSP I H kman Venn, Porray
Grabb, Bgrigardger, Leinart, Beinschre52AHgute,PDeDge, Cantiny Piigeenmaiiteloa, Doyle
Norton, Llzomondo, A1-Dorn' E' Gardng:orreV Miss Thapev Walker' Ba Y'
Hospefsf Maguire, Fillmore, -'
Eaton. Hulley' ' '
Sedate: Hello, Jolly, are you ready to take our place
next year, when we leave?
Jolly: We're doing our best under the leadership of
Donald DeBaene. Joanne Pierce is our Vice-President, and
we cannot forget Miss Thape, our.Class Adviser, who de-
serves a lot of credit for keeping our meetings in order
Sedate: Adam Beinschroth is your Secretary, and Dorothy
Huxley is your Treasurer, aren't they? You see, we have
.been keeping our eyes on you this past year, but we seem
to have forgotten some of your other class officers and
class advisers that served during the preceding years.
Joll : Well, in our freshman year we were led by Jessie
Hammano, Presidentg Robert Ingraham, Vice-Presidentg
Virginia Hilleger, Secretary: Thomas Doyle, Treasurer:
Marjorie Perrin, Class Reporterg Miss Fichtel, Class Adviser. Last year we'
elected William Bassage, Presidentg Thomas Doyle Vice Presid t W
, - en 5 alter Leary,
Secretaryg Oakley Porray, Treasurerg Hr. Akley, Class Adviser. When William
Bassage left school, Thomas Doyle became President, and Dorothy Fillmore was
Sedate: Thanks for refreshing our memory, and didn't you have a party last fall?
Joll : Yes, we all had such a good time. We also had our Junior Prom in the
We know about that, for we all enjoyed it very much. Well, we must be
runnlng along now. Goodby, Jolly.
Jolly: Goodby, Sedate, we shall all miss you next year.
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Soph I: Do you remember when we first entered high school
as the green freshmen?
Soph II: Oh, yes, we chose Gerald Harris to lead us
rouEE our first year assisted by Elsie Hollebrand, Vice-
Presidentg Gerald Waterman, Secretaryg Shirley Hart, Treas-
urer and Miss Cross as Class Adviser.
Sonh I: In November we held a party in the gymnasium and
tHe rest f t
o he year passed too swiftly for any entertain-
f'-'Si'-I 2 . m .gil
Sonh Il: Now we are gay, young sophomores headed by Robert Mg,N"m' j WW! Qgffni
Mason, Presidentg Donald Risley, Secretaryg Betty Cass, 'p-..,. "
Vice-Presidentg Elberta Davis, Treasurer, and Mr. Funnell,
Sonh I: Our festivities consisted of a Hol1owe'en Part and th
y a eater party in
farch, which we.e enjoyed by all.
Sooh II: During our sophomore year many budding romances burst into full bloom.
Sonh I: Next year we shall be able to t ll t
e he alumni much more about the work,
romances and entertainment of the class of 1942.
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Jolly: Hello, Greenie Freshman?
Greenie: Why Jolly Junior! How is it you happened to call?
Jolly: I called to ask you about your first year in high school. Did you enjoy
Greenies Oh, it wasn't bad and guess whom we elected for our President--Walter
Jolly: Yeh, and I heard you elected Betty Moll
a ey as your Treasurer and Bill Coyle as your
here when we had
Anita Cross, and
were our guests.
Greenies You should have been
I959. Our Class Adviser, Miss
Smith and Mr. Charles Funnell,
dance music and various games.
for Vice-President, with Gladys
our first get-together in October
two other teachers, Miss Lucille
Our funmakers provided us with
We had cider and doughnuts for refreshments.
Well, our three minutes are about up, so I'd
Greenie: Before you hang up, I want to tell you we had
another party in June. Well, good-by for a little while.
by Petrina Agnello
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Pittg' Lomonggergaiieylbigiz?'cTh822i?nir1Qb1e, Lf cook, ignello, Norton
5' Pu5f1:y'rQabb yw ,Pufsleyy Miss Cross, Covey' Pierce' Raymor
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DeLass Luke, wemesr DiRoSe' Goo rg ,Hart
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Eogue' igftus, McCarty: Grabb' Yi h goto DO71ea Triou' whili Place
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Doug: Hello, Jerry, how about telling me the class '
s ory you wrote? '
Jerry: Sure thing! Our class history is very indefinite L
up o the seventh grade except for many happy reminis-
cences of work and play under Miss Manning, Miss Urlla
McLymond, Mrs. Brown, Miss Derrenbacker, Mrs. Porrey, and
Doug: What about the seventh and eighth grades?
erry: In the seventh grade under Mrs. Calkins we orcan-
ze our Class Club with Gerald McCarty as President
Margaret Bogue, Vice Presidentg Gerald Becker, Secretary
and Treasurer. This year under Miss McLymond, William
Loftus is President with Mary Beneway, Lenora Luke, and
Douglas Doyle as Secretary, Vice-President, and Treasurer,1
respectively. We held the first meeting in September followed by monthly meet
ings. The success of tomorrow depends upon the preparation of todayu was
chosen as class motto- the red rose the 1 fl
, , c ass owerg purple and gold as class
Dou : Did you have any new ideas or parties this year?
Berry: Yes, this graduating class is the first to have a Reading Club. Each
pup reading ten approved books this year received a blue seal. All but one
read the ten books. Anyone who had read fifty approved books earned a Reading
Testimonial from Superintendent Clark. The big social event of the year was
the class party held at the school in April. All reported a fine time. Then
we have Robert Place as valedictorian and Mary Beneway, salutatorian. This
year the race was close. William Loftus, Gerald McCarty, and Herbert Hart all
came within two points of the highest mark. Graduation is the happy climax to
eight years of hard work.
Doug: That's what I think too, Jerry.
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. o you know about the class of 1945?
2252 Man: I know considerable about that 1
c ass. What do you want to know?
t le Boy. How many started with you in first grade?
Wise Han: Six. One came in fro R
I m ochester in the middle of the year.
ffttle Boy: What year was that?
WIse Nan' 1955 with His L
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Ilttlfe-gy: How many started in 1952?
wlse Man: Six: Then Miss Manning taught at Ontario.
LIttl5'E2y: How many came in from other schools?
Wlse Man: Seventeen during our six years in school. In that time nineteen of
us Havfhad to repeat different grades.
Little 522: Now 1et's talk about the year 1959-1940. Tell me about it.
WIse'Man: A11 right. In September, 1959, we entered the seventh grade with
't7Y1'i"ty3Eix pupils, the largest grade in school. Our ages varied fr-om eleven to
sixteen. Our number is now thirty-oneg four left for other schools and one girl
quit. We organized in September and also in January. Our class is now led by
Betty Bassage as Presidentg Marion Biviano, Vice-Presidentg Bruce Guvelier as
Secretaryg and Gerald Brockman as Treasurer. Our home room teacher, Mrs. Calkins,
is our Class Adviser. Our school work keeps us so bu t
sy hat we don't spend much
time for outside activities.
We feel proud because we
won the Attendance Banner two
winter months in succession--January and February. Five
of us have had perfect attendance for the year.
We're happy in junior high and are looking forward to
entering senior high school in two yearsk
by James McCrae: Wise Man
Marion Bivianoa Little Boy
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Assistant Managing Editor
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Business Mana er
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Risley, DiRose, Pruchniak, DeBaene, Pollock, Bel, Porrey, Merhoff
Cantin, Davis, VerDow, Ruffell, Pierce, Dixon, Cantin, Schimerhorn, Beinschroth
aVanHoute, Flatt, Catalano, Johns, Maguire, Jennett, Trimble, Covey
.HcGowan, Cook, Grutt, Miss E. Smith, Slocum, Albright, Huxley, VanUpdorp
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P Eiory Faulks
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L is Pos ers Drums, Janis Covey - Trumpets,
ORCHESTRA: Piano, Beryle Thompson, o 1 p -
Herbert Spink, Emory Faulks - Trombonesg Geraldine Merhoff, Betty VanHoute -
Violins, Carl Klapp, Mildred Brewer, Catherine Norton, Louis Kothiringer,
Albert Grubb - Guitars, Ellsworth Thompson, Harold VanUpdorp, Dorothy Huxley,
Walter Leary, Evelyn DeGroot - Clarinetsg Betty Porrey, Ellen Mepham - Sax-
ophone, Betty Bel - Flute, Janet Porrey - Horns, Dorothy Mepham, Elberta Davis -
Director' Miss L. Smith
Mandolin, Loretta Maguire - Cellog Louise Kothirlnger - - ,
Huxle DeGroot Walker, E Cook, Pruchniak, Mepham, President
HOMEMAKING:.Topg Bel, Cook fPresident B4A-Zi, Porrey CSecretary and Treasurer
B4A-ZJ, Walker, DeGroot, Fillmore, Huxley, Hubright - Row 53 M. Mepham, VanHou
Johns, DeDee fVice President B4A-Zi, Biesada, Davis, VerDow CSecretary and
Treasurer A-ZJ, Flatt - Row 25 Covey, Maguire, Alborn, Gardner, Jennett, Cata-
lano, Ruffell, Maguire - Bottom, Cantin, Merhoff CPresident A-ZJ, Pierce, Miss
Pinson, B. Porrey, Hart CVice President AJZJ, E. Mepham.
FUTURE FARMERS: Top, Harris, Treasurer Wooster, Kothiringer, Doyle, Boris,
Suter, Grabb, News Reporter Frederes, Watch Dog Crane L Row 33 Mason, Ebert,
Thompson, Norton, Dickinson, Mothorpe, Mogray - Row 23 Yotter, Cuvelier,
Abbott, Porray, Everdyke, L. Pugsley - Bottomg Covey, H. Grabb, President
Schimerhorn, Mr. McGowan, Vice President Lebbert, W. Pugsley, Eaton.
SENIOR PLAY CAST AND ORGANIZATION: Around, Spink, Miss Pottinger, Miss E, Smith,
Cantin, Grutt, VanUpdorp, Dixon, Catalano, Jennett, Covey, Johns, Ruffell - Row
23 Merhoff, Bel, Biesada, Porrey - Bottamg Flatt, Faulks, Hubright, Maguire,
The Ontario High School Camera
rapidly. The club started with ten
The members include Norman McGowan,
Donald Grabb, Herbert Spink, Gerard
Club had a late start, but is progressing
charter members and Miss Thape as'our advisen
Walter Leary, Gerald Harris, Norman Harris,
Cantin, David Pierce, Margaret Mepham and
At our first meeting we elected Norman McGowan President and Walter Leary
as his understudy to hold the Vice Presidency. Gerard Cantin is Secretary,
while Margaret-Mepham has charge of
At our next meeting we drew up
the financial affairs.
our constitution. We decided on a name for
our club. At each meeting we have one topic to be discussed and each member has
to take pictures on that subject. So far we have discussed animal and spring
To become a member, one has to
show interest in photography. His or her
name then has to be brought up by a member of the club and the candidate is
then voted upon. If a quorum votes
for the person, he automatically becomes a
member. Donald Risley and Robert Mason are new members. Meetings are held
every Monday at 3:45.
We put on an exhibit for Parents' Day and some of the members have experi-
mented with a pinhole camera. One meeting was held at Norman McGowan's where
he showed us how to develop and print pictures in his dark room. We hope to
accomplish great things in the future, especially trick photography and under-
standing the principles of the camera.
DANCE CLUB: Topg Albright, Crane, Porrey, D. Grabb Leary, Pierce, H. Grabb,
DeBaene - Row 73 Dixon, Anderson, Mothorpe, Pollock, Lutzkin, Cass, Woodhams, King,
DeGroot, Secretary Hart - Row 63 Cantin, Merhoff, Mepham, Brewer, Agnello, DeDee,,
Catalano, Maguire, Smith, Abbott - Row 52 McGowan, Fillmore, Manktelow, L. Cook,
Miss Pinson, Buys, DiRose, VanUpdorp - Row 43 Faulks, Harris, Grutt, Slocu ,
President Risley, Walker, Spink, Raymor, D1Rose - Row 53 Waterman, Wemes, Robusto,
E, Cook, Lebbert, Belnschroth, Cone, Mogray, B. Cuvelier, Galvin - Row 23 Holle-
brand, Coyle, Biesada, Pitts, Ruffell, Thompson, Vice President Bailey, Moll,
Lomondo - Bottomg Schaefer, L. Maguire, Heckman, Alborn, S. Lomondo, Miss L,
Smith, Trimble, R. Cuvelier, Everdyke.
The Puppet Club organized last fall with very few members. Miss Maw, a new
teacher, took over the duties of guiding it. Donald Risley was elected President,
Jelaine Walker, Vice President, Howard DeGroot3 Secretary, Eleanor Maguire,
Treasurer, and Annette Pruchniak, News Reporter. Lorraine Cook is the only
The first puppet show of the club, since it was started several years ago,
was presented on the evening of Parents' Day. Everyone enjoyed it, including a
dance done by the puppets after the play.
Since the club is so small very few meetings have been held. We hope that
next year more pupils will show interest in the club and will join it.
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Norm McGowan, C 122
Joe Grutt, LF 110
Loren Cornelius, RF 95
Allen'Albright, RG 39
Gerard Cantin, Capt., LG 50
Don Crane, C 12
Bob Ingraham, F 4
Ken Franks, G 2
Harold Lebbert, G O
Walt Leary, F O
Coach, Robert D. Colburn
Managers, Herbert Spink
Games Won--10 Games Lost--4
Ben. Franklin 20
Ben. Franklin 50
rormerly the second team players, who have worked as hard and faithfully,
but maybe not quite as successfully as the first team, have had no recognition
in the nEcho.n Therefore we include their names here and have placed a snap
shot of them with the other snapshots. The players are: Ed Cordingly, Capt ,
Pat Robusto, Ken Covey, Dave Pierce, Tom Doyle, Adam Beinschroth, Fred Venn,
Don Anderson, Gerald Harris, Ernest Lutzkin.
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The girls have continued this year to hold their own in comparison with
the boys in the athletic limelight. The point system which Miss Drake initi-
ated several years ago, awarding neat letters or numerals to the girls who
receive a sufficient number of points, may have served to stimulate interest in
Several members of the girls' gym classes put on an exhibition of Indian
club ,swinging as their part in the "Know Your School Day" entertainment. Some
of the activities engaged in this year are listed below with the leaders of the
Activity Winner Runner-ug
Basketball Pebeconians Teels
Captain Dorothy Huxley Captain Evelyn Jennett
Manager Virginia Hart Manager Ernestine Wemes
Soccer Blue Red
Dorothy Huxley Jelaine Walker
Table Tennis Doubles Beryle Thompson Evelyn Jennett
Table Tennis Singles Beryle Thompson Betty Bailey
Foul Shooting Dorothy Ruffell Evelyn Jennett
This year the interclass sports consisted of soccer and basketball. In
the spring a tumbling team was started. Instead of having each class enter a
team in the basketball tournament, the classes were divided up into teams with
college names and each team was coached by one of the varsity players. Cornell
under the able guidance of Coach Loren Cornelius won the tournament.
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This year a great deal of professional talent has been brought in to une
students of the high school as well.as in the grades, in the form of entertain-
ment, educational movies, and other programs of educational nature. With this
idea and the idea of promoting the talent within the school, Mr. Drews and Miss
Smith have given some fine programs to the student body. ' '
The assembly committee from the faculty consisted of Miss Lucille Smith,
Miss Helen Maw, Mrs. Marie Calkins and Miss Stella McLymond, with Miss Smith
as chairman. The student committee consisted of Allen Albright, Walter Leary,
Francis Flowers, Betty Moll, Gerald McCarty, and Janet Carr, with Allen Albright
as Chairman. Mr. Drews was the presiding officer of both co mittees.
One of the first assemblies of the year was a demonstration on television.
Dean Morgan, a young scientist and television enthusiast from Rochester, ex-
plained the function of the television apparatus and the possibilities of tele-
Later, several movies were brought in. Mr. Hilflicker, from the Rochester
Museum, showed a movie on wild life and nature. Gordon Lunger, from the School
of Commerce, showed another movie. On Lincoln's birthday the students were
shown the Life of Lincoln. All of these movies were enjoyed very much, but
nThe Middleton Family At The World's Fairn was enjoyed the most by the students.
The local 4H Club put on two plays. These plays were under the direction
of Miss Ethel Lebbert. Of all the assemblies, the Parent's Day Program proved
to be the most amusing and outstanding. During this program the speaking con-.
test and the selection of the Apple Blossom Queen were-held. Donald DeBaene
and Arethea Manktelow, who gave the winning orations, and Joanne Pierce, who was
selected to be the Apple Blossom Queen, went on and gained more honors for them-
selves. ' V
Other programs which contained school talent were the Thanksgiving Program
entitled HProgress of American by the seventh and eighth grade girls, a Christ-
mas program entitled UChristmas in Merrie England,n by the seventh and eighth
grade boys and girls, and an Easter Program by the Homemaking girls and the Glee
Club. ' A
The assembly com ittees and the heads of the other departments who assisted
should be highly complimented for their efforts in making each assembly a success.
Bertha H. Sabin Cvyverbergl
Dr. R. C. Harris
Wellington C. Mepham
Dr. Floyd C. Thompson
Martha G. Craven McCart
Hattie Smith fJeffersonJ4
Hattie Atwood CMephamJ
Fred C. Peer
Ernest J. Hooker
Mabel Fewster fJohns7
Gertrude Treats CNashJ
Louis J. Bailey
Zella Clark CAlbright7
Mabel Schnetzer KFaasJ
Mary Craven CPalmer7
Ivy Parker CHeamsJ
Mabel Cass fMcGavernJ
Dr. George M. Brandt
Mary Connor CNashJ
Myta Dadswell CFilkinsJ
Jennie Thomas CBrandtJ
Anna Colwell CCannD
Dr. William Brandt
Raymond Eddy .
Carrie Truax CSm1thJ
Edith Brandt lBurrowsJ
Elsie Rogers lHelmsD
Mabel Willlts CDadswe11J
Edith Root Kwardl
James E. Kelly
H. Ray Nash
Eva Pease fLawrenceJ
Cornelia VanDerWeel lvarneyl
Neva Barker fR1sleyJ
Katherine Ameele KCourtevillel
Flossie Barker CKeymelJ
Maud Vanlngen fRis1eyJ
Nora Barker CPeerJ
Matie Ameele CD1kemanD
May Gates CSheldonJ
Nora Connor lDuffyJ
Anna Connor CTay1orD
Minnie Thomas KMerzJ
Nina Dudley CMasonJ
Mattie Kelley CLansonJ
Bertha Hospers CBrownJ
Anna Tum onds lMephamJ
Ada Belle Cone 1SuterJ
Dre Ce Stuart Nash
Grace Middleton CBrownJ
Faith Page CTrimbleJ
Mae Tu monds CPiferJ
Irma Huxley CGriff1thJ
Isabella Nash CMagieJ
Grace Woodhams CNewtonJ
Ruth Smouten CBorisJ
Julia Root KMorthorpeJ
Anna Ameele !HospersJ
Clara Foley CRomerJ
Fanny Eaton Cweeksl
Edna Young CRans1eyJ
Marion Vanlngen CPayneJ
Earl Hall A
Violet VanLare CPorreyJ
Pauline Fitzgerald KVanHallJ
Grace Ransley lStel1J
Maude Middleton fSchuttJ
Irene Pratt .
Ethel Slocum fSn1tze1J
Frances Church CRuffellJ
Avis Pratt CPlaceJ
Dorothy Brewer Clrwinl
Ida Allen CMcChesneyJ
Mildred Augustine lFotchJ
Gladys Brandt fPrattJ
Frances Fisher KRisleyJ
Ethel VanLare f0sterhoutJa
Hazel Porrey KChrys1erJ
Ruth Church KBushwoodJ
Cora Ameele fMichielsonJ
Ethel York lSchaapJ
Elvena Weeks lDeRightD
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Violetta Finkle CRichmondJ
Gladys Herbert fCone7
Ethel Young fHargraveJ
Coralie Covell CLynchD
Orian Stevens KBeachJ
Louise Cann CAmesJ
Elsie Brown lPerk1neJ
Louise Verdine lHartnagelJ
Lelah Rouch fCranel
Arretha Verdine CFosd1ckJ
Genevieve Foley fForrestJ
Lelia Hise lMasonJ
Esther Dickinson lMcCaggJ
Hermia Hallauer fRa1t1ngJ
Clara Lebbert lBender7
Arline Rlsley CSheahenJ
Doris Thompson KLukeJ
Beatrice Palmer CPeerJ
Ernestine Fuller Kverburgl
Oleta Conrow KMiddletonJ
Doris Bel CRaupJ
Dorothea McCarty fKingJ
Ethel Leenhouts CHopkinsl
Ruth Schimerhorn KAmee1el
Marjorie Williams CChapmanJ
Argetha Henderson CStarkJ
Isabel Fewster fHurlbutJ
Gladys Sheahen lBurdgeJ
Lois Palmer CCassl
Alice Lovette CVanNorwayJ
Viola Treese fParsonsJ
Fern Huxley CPalmerD
Edith Draves KAllenJ
Meredith Dadswell CRusaellJ
Thelma Carr CDeLassJ
Florence Baart CMephamJ
Irene Hennessey lDoyleJ
Marie Leenhouts CBeachJ
Dorothy Thompson CR1s1eyJ
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Carolyn Brundrige CHaskinsD
Alice Elmhurst CValonel
Winifred Hayden CKurtzJ
Hendrine Leenhouts fStevensJ
Helen Mason QEsleyJ
M rna Pelton CWurtzJ
Esther Perrin KBeachJ
Beatrice Smith fCroucherJ
Helen Spink CHutchingsJ
Eleanor Vandewater fLeatyD
Katheryn Waterman CMu1rheadJ
Eunice Alborn CMarshall7
Gladys Buys Cwhitcombl
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Lenora Hayden fMcMahon7
Dorothy Kiphut fDoyleJ
Mildred Treese KTall1eJ
Eileen Vandewater CFoleyJ
Mildred Welch fwheelerl
Bernadette Albright fHermanceJ
Stella Biesada CGeddesJ
Thelma Campbell CTw1tteyJ
Katherine Mattison CH1ncherD
Viola Molner CKnorrD
Marjorie Trimble Cwassdorfl
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Mary Hollebrand KDeLavol
Ruth Thompson KBumgartnerJ
Pearl Treese CSoudanD
Arlene Davis fMinsterJ
Elsie King fSouthwe1lJ
Shirley Thompson CPr1nsenD
Virginia Page Cventural
Evelyn Perrin KBaileyJ
Luella Tack fVerDow7
Wilma Wemes CRogalskiJ
Marion Esley CGatesJ
Levina Hamelink CMcKayD
Mary Elizabeth Hickey
Olive Eaton CCaryJ ,
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MOSER STUDIO, INC.
27 Clinton Avenue, North Rochester, New York
ROCHESTER SPORTING GOODS CO.
RED AND WHITE FOOD STORE
Groceries - Meats - Vegetables
Everything For Music
Mail a Phone Orders Given
LEVIS MUSIC sTcREs
33 South Ave. k 412 E. Main St.
Rochester, N. Y.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Compliments of to the Members of the
ONTARIO STORAGE 1940 Senior Class of the
CORPORATION Ontario High School
R. G. E E.
ELMER J. BREWER
HOWK a HEPHAM
A. W. RISLEY R SONS
Meats - Groceries - Drugs
Store Open Evenings
LOREN B. BEL
Dial 3971 Ontario Center,
Highest Quality Meats
I. G. A. Groceries
EDITH M. PRATT
ROSWELL E. PRATT
All Types of
Old Line Insurance
Ontario Center, N. Y.
JOHN E. FOLEY
ONTARIO GOLF CLUB
The Ideal Spot For Golfing
We Cater to Dinner Parties
ONTARIO M LL
W. VINCENT MURPHY
HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
Dial 2301 Ontario, N. Y.
H. J. FURBER AND SON
Ontario Center, New York
PLEASANT VIEW DAIRY
Milk 3 Cream
T. B. k Blood Tested Herds
ALBERT W. BLYTHE
Ontario Center, New York
Opposite the School
Home Made Ice Cream
Gas - Lunches - Refreshments
24 Hour Service
VICTOR PRESERVING CO
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Work Guaranteed Draves Block
25 Years Experience Ontario, N. Y.
C. H. M HRHOF, M. D.
J. F. CANTIN
Ontario Center, N. Y.
H. M. LOFTUS
Plymouth De Soto
HAAG'S GENERAL STORE
Ice Cream Candy
WATERMAN AND SONS, INC.
ONTARIO FIVE TO A DOLLAR STORE
W. C. HIRT, PROPRIETOR
HIEBER'S TOURIST HOME
BUGO'S BARBER SHOP
WEBACO OIL COMPANY
WEBSTER BASKET COMPANY
Webster, New York
RELY ON RELIN
Complete Band a Orchestra Equipment
WEBSTER DRUG STORE
SCHOOL SERVICE SPECIALISTS
Quality with a Smile
47 Gibbs Street Rochester, New York
' Dial Stone 4192
Opposite Eastman School of Music
4 Compliments of
HOOL OF COMM RCE
ADVERTISERS M. B. CAMERON
PATRONIZE OUR SC
Rochester, N. Y.
CAMPBELL AND MENZNER
MARKET BASKET STORE
FRANK K. LUCAS
THE REXALL DRUG STORE
The Store of Service
Webster, N. Y.
PIETERS ' DRY CLEANERS
Phone Webster 70
Webster, N. Y.
Flowers For A11 Occasions
Webster, New York
Dealer in Meats and Groceries
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
Compliments of the
Floyd C. Thompson, Supervisor
John E. Foley, Town Clerk
Frank B. Clayton, Justice
Monroe J. Cass, Justice
Walter L. Cone, Justice
Kenneth Vande, Councilman
J. J. PITTS
Local and Long Distance Hauling
Dependable Refrigeration Transportation
Insured Carrier Coal Delivery
Ontario, New York
T. H. SHEAH N k SONS
Growers and Wholesale Shippers
Fancy Fruits and Vegetables
Celery, Carrots, and Seeds a Specialty
Ontario, New York
Acetylene and Arc Welding
Machine Repair Work
Ontario, New York
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
RUSSEL B. MASON CO.
Webster, N. Y.
Bowl For Recreation And Health
GOETZMAIUS BOWLING HALL
Ontario, New York
'Bowl Your Cares Away"
Six Sanctioned Alleys In A Row
Will Open September 1, 1940
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS
From Anywhere To Everywhere
W. F. SCHREIBER
Local and Long Distance Hauling
- Insured Carriers
Dial 3571 Ontario Center
G. E. DEVILLE
F. L. RISLEY
PAULINE VAN HALL
Ontario, N. Y.
Pontiac Sales and Service
Pure Milk, Cream, Ice Cream, Etc.
Ridge Road Webster, New York
LEARY k MEPHAM
Fruits and Vegetables
Ontario, New York
For The Occasion
You can't have fun if your feet hurt
H. M. BRUSH
Expert Arch k Shoe Fitters
Williamson, New York
G. E. HODGES CO.
Williamson, N. Y.
THE REXALL STORE
Williamson, N. Y.
Compliments of Compliments of
C. M. SPINK IRENE DEGROOT
New and Used Trailers BEAUTY SHOPPE
Pack Up And Go In Tra-Velo Phone Palmyra 25F5--Walworth, N. Y.
ral Auto Maintenance
West Ot The Village
GARAGE AND SERVICE
GULF SERVICE STATION
J. J. ALEXANDER, PROPRIETOR
Phone 196 Webster, N. Y.
24 Hour Service
Try That New Gul-Fix Lubrication
Light Lunches and Regular Meals
Borden Ice Cream in Bulk
J. P. KOHLMAN
MISS IRMA'S BEAUTY SALON
Specialization in Permanent Waving
41 Main Street Ontario, N. Y.
HUXLEY CH VROLET
G. M. C. Trucks
Sales and Service
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Floyd Risley, President
Lloyd Williams 1 Frank Vandewater
Peter Moll Glen Spink
John Baart Merton Vandewalle
Carl B. Mepham, Treasurer A. W. Risley, Clerk
Raymond Fisher, Attendance Officer
PORREY BROTH RS
I. G. A. STORE
Ontario, New York
FLOYD DELASS Compliments of
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Dial 2733 Ontario, N. Y.
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John Deere Farm Equipment
Dial 3931 Ontario, N. Y.
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H. L. PINKLEY, AGENT
53 Furnace Street Dial 2151
WILLIAMSON THEATER AND STAFF
TH BEACH AND MAHER CO.
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