Ontario High School - Echo Yearbook (Ontario, NY)

 - Class of 1940

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r elbows b 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 year. 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. 12



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cllinvxvgv - IU p East 'Diff anb Cesfament. 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 similar toys. 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 Hall. 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 now on. 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 0 degrees'C. 14

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