Shortsville High School - Hi Lo Yearbook (Shortsville, NY)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 58 of the 1946 volume:
'IHE SEINIOR CLASS
SHORTSVII I In HIGH SCHOOL
THE 1946 HI LO
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FRANCES BRAHM Semret IFX ROBERT OVRRACRE SOL1 al Ch urm III
RICHARD BROXVN Prnmdent HELEN ROMEISER Treasurer
IACK BULLOflx Vue Premdnnt
Dons Shaw Genes o State Teachers College Ftrst Grade
Mary Sweeney Geneseo State Teachers College Second Grade
Rtta Nolcn Geneseo State Teachers College Thlrd Grade
Ruth Cooley Geneseo State Tecchers College Fourth Grade
R ta Bcrry Geneseo State Teachers College Fltth Grade
Euntce Mtlls Gene eo State Teachers College Srxth Grade
Chr1st1ne Ellts Mtlham Srmth College B A luntor Htgh Engllsh
Gr ce Clark Cortland State Teachers College
luntor Hrah Mathematxcs Iunlor H1gh Soctal Studles
Rtchard Sprtzer Cantstus College BA Engllsh
Clara lohnson Elrntra College B A Mddlebury College MA
lean Tennent Unrverstty ot Rochester B A Soclal Studles
Mary Arnold Keuka College BS Untverstty ot Rochester M Ed
Paultne Shortall Albany State Teachers College Pre prlrner Llbrary
Edward Ttrnbrell Ithaca College B S Muslc
Howard Anderson lthaca College B S Phys1cal Educatton
Evangeltne Peters Syracuse Untverstty BA r
Rtchard Henderson UHIVGTSITY ot Rochester B A Harvard
Unlverstty M A Prtnctpal
lrene Meehan Nazareth College BS Comrnerctal
HAVE YOU EVER HEARD THESE?
Mtss Iohnson l know th1s book backwards forwards and upslde
Mtss Tennent lt s a brg problem lt s a btg th1ng The purpose of th1s
Mr Tlrnbrell LGWIS how do you trnger E sharp?
Mrs Meehan Where s your DlAL news?
Mr Anderson At hall ttmej Boy' are we lousyl
Mr Henderson The ten mtnute bell has rung people
Mtss Arnold Whoever has gurn please put tt rn the basket
Mr Spttzer We can begln th1s class at ttve to ntne tt thats the way
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Mlss Peter Leave the door closed untll the last bell rtngsl
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BOARD OF EDUCATION. .
This year the Shortsville High School Board of Education is corn-
posed of Arthur Doody, presidentg Cornelius M. Mack, clerkg Ernest
VanOrman, William Ogden, and a newcomer, Don C. Perry, who fills
the position vacated by Stanley E, Stoddard,
In an interview conducted by the Editor-in-chief of the HI-LO, Don
said that he accepted the position on the Board because he was cur-
ious to see how the school is managed and, despite the many head-
aches of the job, he has not regretted his decision. He believes that,
all things considered, the Board is doing a remarkable job.
Don's qualifications for Board membership are excellent. He is a
graduate of Cornell University, where he majored in English and
earned a BA. degree. His position at the Enterprise Press and the
fact that he has children in school serve to stimulate his interest and
widen his knowledge of school problems.
Aside from handling the financial matters of the school, members
of the Board of Education take an active interest in the problems of
pupils and teachers Becognizing the limited facilities of our school
the Board has tried to enlarge upon those which we already have
lt has particularly encouraged music education and wide reading so
that students will be able to enjoy lite after graduation
Members ot the Board of Education have shown themselves friends
and guides to the school and community The Hl LO staff extends
sincerest thanks for the Job they are doing
Standing Domi Petri WIHIBIIIJ Ogdun
Sm-zitwl llc-It to rigftty -Cornelius M. Mack, Arthur I". Dooclv, Ernest YEiIlffI'IIllLl1
Gone are the days when my heart was young and ga y.
DEDIC ATI ON
RICHARD LEE HENDERSON
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1 2 3 4 Swmg Band 1 2 3 4 Debate
Club 2 Dlal 1 2 3 4 H1 Lo 3 4 CEd1tor
xn chxef 41 Assembly Commlttee 4
Chrxstmas Carol 3 Latm Play 2 Senlor
Play 3 4 Wxrner Trl School Cpeakmg
Contest 3 All State Band 2 3 4 Solo
1 t 1n M s1c Festlval 4 Speakmg Con
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Class Pres dent 1 National Honor
Soclety 4 JV Basketball 2 Varslty 3
CCapta1n 45 Football 4 Band 1 2 3 4
Chorus 4 Swmg Band 4 All State
O It IS excellent to have a gxants
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State Band 2 3 4 Senxor Play 4
Everythmg comes to hlm who trles
Ea-'eball 4 Daxrymenls League Es
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"All hell shall stxr for this "
A11 ce Doody
Class Secretary 1 Cheerleader 2
Semor Play 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus
Swmg Eand 2 3 4 Assembly Commlt
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2 All Slate Band 3 4 Clarmet Quar
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Nat1ona1 Honor Soclety
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Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4
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D1al Staff 1 2 3 4, Lxbrary Club 1 2
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"We hear her l1ttle, but we know
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Robert Peters . .
Basketball 2 3 4, Baseball 3 4, Tennls
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"I am not only wltty ln myself, but
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Edltorl H1 Lo Staff 4 Chmstmas Carol
Every man FSJOICES twxce when he
has a partner of hlS Joy
Band 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Swlng
Band 2 3 4 L1brary Club 1 2 3 Cheer
leader 2 3 4 D1al Staff 1 2 3 4 Senlor
Fr1endsh1p IS the most pleasant
of all thmgs and nothmg more
gladdens the heart of man
Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 So
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A woman IS a woman but a good
clgar IS a smoke
Barbara Wulbom . .
Band 1 2 3 4, Chorus 1 2 3 4, D1al
Staff 1 2 3 CAssoc1ate Edxtor 2, Edrtor
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State Band 3 4, Mag3ZlDE Campargn 4,
ESSPA Delegate 3, Semor Play 4
"My favor1te fruxt IS dates "
Nat1onal Honor Soclety 4 Class Sec
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Staff 1 2 3 4 H1 Lo Staff CBusmess
Managerb 4 Swmg Band 3 4 All State
Band 4 Qquare Dance Adv Chalrman
4 ESSPA Delegate 4 Semor Play Adv
Manager 4 Magazme Chalrman 4
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fPhotography Managerb Semor Play 4
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A'Romeo, Romeo, where are thou,
Basketball 2 3 4 Football 4 Base
Baseball 3 4 Basketball 4 Chorus
One day in the country is worth a
month in town
Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Dial Staff
3 4 Library 1 2 3 4 All State Band 4
Clarinet Quartet 3 4 Senior Play 4
The love of books IS a love which
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Second royx Shxrley Peters Vrolet
Gr1mm Barbara Dawson oan Vyallaama
Louase VVest Garth Repsher Bally Sam
none Ann Iohnson Donna ohnaon
Thard rovs Terry Croyyther Betty
Hurlburt Allct am VK arheld Sophaa
Stambaah D anael O Donnell Edyy ard
Repsher Robert Potter Edyxm Males
Dayad M slyn Carl Ron easer
Flrit roxx fltft to raqhtj 'Vlaehatl Bo
lan E11 abeth Nlalu Donna Lu. V alk
tr Ealeen Dallachaesa Mary am Far
rtll Joseph VanNorman
Second roxy Alvan Sadler Marltnt
Turner Robert VValker Donna Kaye
Gallahan Moraaea McCarthy Donad
Thxrd roxy Gent Ahern Elyxan NK as
Son amei Hackty Mary Ellen Smath
ohn Conlon Bruce ONeal ames Fat
Second Grade . .
First row tsitting. left to rightj-Iune
Halton, Ronald Schaefer, Iames Sadler.
Shirley Mallaber, Marlene Schrader,
Second row-Gale Reed. Richard
XYhite. Izimes VanNorman Elizabeth
Peters, Herbert McKinley'. Barbara Wal-
bridge, Fern West.
Third row'-Larry' Beaton. Richard
XYilliams Iohn Stambach. Donald Carey.
Richard Beaton, lacqueline Smith, Stan-
ley' Proper, Lee Schaefer. Miss Sweeney.
F zrst Grade
First rovy tleft to rightj ohn Sclir td
tr Priscilli Lou Brott Dayid McKinley
Second rovn Nancy Warheld Tom
my VVest Sindri Brown Gordon Pot
ttr Robert White
'lhird roxy Miss Shm Robert Horn
luck 'imes Hudson Carol Stamhach
immy xVlllllIIlQ Patricia Crovwther
First roxy Dick Sahitftr immy ohn
Oin Dillichiesi Marilyn Shnets
Phillip Foq irty
Second rovn Bey erly Holt ames Ed
xx ird Farrell Dick VX ilters Gary Rod
my Kathltmn Adams Bexerly Miles
lhird roxy Hilda Rtpshtr Gail Be it
sin Miss Shor ill Iohn Bolin Mich iel
Still in my Mott Lorttti L innon
Presenting . . Coach Anderson . .
The l946 Hi-Lo presents a new teacher in Shorts-
ville High School this year, Howard Anderson,
When Coach Anderson was in high school, he
participated in all sports. After graduating from
high school he attended Syracuse University. There
he concentrated on two sports . . basketball and
baseball, Coach Anderson has the distinction of
having been captain of the baseball nine in his
senior year. i
Coach tcught seven years at Chenango Central
School before coming to Shortsville High, Last year
at that school he instructed two very good teams.
The football tecm was undefeated and the baseball
team won b and lost 2
Both boys and girls soon became interested in the
new coach This may have been because of the
lack of such an instructor in the last three years
but more likely it was because of the coach s unus
ual manner Coach has a way which everybody
like He is fr endly to all and yet very quiet He
has introduced everal new sports in his gym class
e volley ball crchery and Juggling Coach has
been vy ell received not only by our school but also
by the re t of the league member who cons der
him a a very competent instructor
After x orking all day in school he drives to his
home in Waterloo Mrs Anderson has been ill in
the Waterloo Ho pital most of the year and Coach
has to take care of their three year old daughter
The e factors niade his first year at SHS very dis
couraging Another factor was the lack of mater
ial caused by the absence of a phy ical instructor
in the last few years
ln viev of all the hardships that he has gone
tnrough Coach Anderson has done a magnficent
Job There is an expectation of better teams to come
in tie future with the able guidance of our new in
structor Howard Anderson
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Frrst row-jack Halton Guy Crowley Edward DeFlyer Bxll Felton Stuart Gallahan
Second row Earl Rodney Manager Bob Gerlock Frank Schrader Tom Halt0rl Francls
Kerms Kenneth Iohnson Bull Meehan Mascot Thlrd row Stuart Gwllt Ixm Romelser
Bat Boys Fourth row-George Payne Bob Overacre Lyle Nudd Roy Everett Drck
Brown Ilm Carey ohn Gersbach
Desprte a newly orgaruzed mtteld and a veteran outheld SHS only took
two of the1r mne starts th1s season De-Flyer Nudd and Gersbach hurled
for SHS wh1le Overacre dtd the rece1v1ng
Chfton Sprmgs SHS
When Coach Anderson came to Shortsvtlle Hlgh he brought w1th hlm
some new sports One of the e football was tntroduced dur1ng the tlrst
'nonth ot h1s new pos1t1on Because 1t 1snt too expenslve and a squad can be
butlt up from a small number of boys s1x man football IS very sultable for
nall schools such as Shortsvrlle Stx man touch football became an mstant
success and recelved the support ot the student body Although the ttrst Sea
on was not a great success 1t was taxr for the school s hrst attempt 1n thts
rort S1nce there was no league compet1t1on we played only four games
the team lost the hrst three ln a ron but came through ln the plnches to wln
the last game IH an overtlme perlod
Shortsvllle l Naples
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Clifton Springs l2 SHS SS SS S 13
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BASKETBALL . .
Although Shortsville Highs basketball team didn't win the l945-46 bas-
ketball league cup, the season did have some bright spots. The final tally
found us in fifth place in the league.
Shortsville High started the season Wrong by losing to Victor. After Win-
ning from Bloomfield Central, the team found some encouragement and
Went on to win tour more contests.
The climax of the season came in the last game Wlth Phelps Central At
half time Shortsville was trailing by l2 points But the boys came back in
the second half to tie the score at 31 all Shortsvllle had the extra spurt
needed and Won by a score of 38 33 in an overtime period
The captain ot the 1945 46 squad was George Payne George was not
only the high scorer but also the outstanding player of the team Bob Pet
ers Bill Felton Bob Overacre and Lyle Nudd rounded out the first team
Lyle Nudd was also a high scorer Art Abel Frank Schrader lack Halton
Dick Brown and lack Bullock comprised the substitutes
Considering that Shortsville has lacked a coach for three years Coach
Anderson did a Very good iob Much can be expected for the future t
says here in very fin print
First row im Nemran Tom Fulton Al Lewis Eirl Rodney
Suond row Stuart Gallwhm Carl Herendeen Km Iohnson Dick Record Frin Kerms
Third row Martin VanNorman Ed DeFlyer john Gersbach Gayle Walborn
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Any school day durtng seventt pertod one wallcmg by the school can
hear some sort ot musrc commg rom the band room rn the upper story
ot the school
The ratters shake when Mr T mbrell tcp the sttctc to lead lflarch of the
Steel Men v hrch by the wax has all the members tapptng the1r feet
For the sxze o our ltttte s hool e are ver fortunate m havma two assrst
ants when Mr Ttmbrell rs ab ent lflr Henderson our mu rcal mrnded
prmcrpal and that l Got Bhythm man ot the sentor class Bob Peters
Wrth such capable assrstants tl e Bard can easrly take the grand prtze at
Nattonal contests wrtlt Mr l-lender on strtkmg up llall ot Fame and Bob
Peters domg the honors wrth The Three Bears
Last December the All State Band organnzed rn Newark wtth 14 ot our
sentor band members present Travellng around more thrs year the Band
played at the Palmyra Parr taktng second prrze rn the parade Bushvtlle
Festtval comrng home ltr a one ratmg and State Ftnals at Port Byron
A large number ot both Band end Chorus members were rn the massed
band and chorus whlch gave a concert at the Bushvllle Festtval The boys
and glrls were Verx honored to have as therr conductors Cratg McHenry
drrecttng the band tlvlr Trmbrells cornet teacherj and Dr Lloyd Sunder
man lead1ng the chorr
The Chorus tlns vear the l r e t SHS has taa V tth over SU young
vorces the group does a swell Job on The Lords Prayer the tavorlte
of therr numbers l l-leard Q Forest Praxrna and Erre Canal are the
two numbers the Choru t lo to dc ne Lords Prayer rates
even htgher on thetr lt t M1 To nson thetr Qld tatthtul prantst does
an excellent ob especrally on lfly Heart ts a Srlent Vroltn whtch makes
the accompannnent so lnd tke warp
The Band v tll loose l5 ploy er ns ear l ut wrtlt url talented members
ot the Tumor Band these vacarc es x tll oon be lled and the Band
Chorus and luntor Band rll cont nue to make tts f ay to the top
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IUNIOR BAND. .
Iun1or Band 1S a very large organrzatron th1s year compared Wlth prevlous
Xears Wlth over forty member these young muslcans gave therr annual
sprlng concert and showed great ab1l1ty and talent Durmg rehearsals these
foung people rangmg from the thxrd grade to the e1ghth mostly perform
tor the others 1D the Band Thts gtves them an opportunlty to outgrow stage
e ghth grader Dorothy Verhoeven
fright and shyness . , and they are good . . especially that pretty, blond
EASTMAN CONCERTS . .
Shortsvrlle Hlgh thrs year pre entecl four evenmgs of muslc teaturmg stu
dents and taculty member ol the Eastman School of Muslc
On Thursday October 25 the art1sts were Harry Watts and George Mc
Nabb faculty members ol the Eastman School who presented a two plano
recltal of muslc by Gershwm
Orrgmally scheduled for Thursday November 29 an Instrumental Tr1o
composed of Barbara Tobm vrolm Mrrlam Mellot cello and Eleanore Hunt
prano presented the second concert durlng Chrrstmas Week
Aamenre Ave soprano G-eraldme Ball ma ce pts ung by Vrrglma Cole soprano Zelda
rmbrs' and Arthur Schoep barrtone were the Goodman mez o soprano lames Barley ten
performers on Thursday Ianuary 24 or and Arthur Schoep barrtone At the prano
The serres came to a close on Thursday was Mr Carl Euerstner head o the Eastman
February 21 wrth a program ot opera ex School Opera Department
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Remember Easter Week in New York City . . .
and the Magazine Drive that made the trip
D1ck Semans Geraldme Gersbach Rita Iohnson
One Monday afternoon in October Mr l M Mahattey representatwe o'
he Curtrs Publ1sh1ng Co arr1ved at SHS to present the Semors Wlth mlor
mat1on concernmg the sale of magazines He proved to be a very convmc
ng salesman lor the Class was busy choosmg teams and a manager when
he left Alter the clos ng bell they W re hustlmg from house to house Wlth
rder blanks Each mornmg the progress recorded on the blackboard
troused enthuslasm for opposmg teams
Captams were Rua lohnson headmg the Purple team and D1ck Semans
rcxlcmg over the Gold srde lt v as the t1rst 'mme magazme subscrlptlons had
been sold by Sl-lS students and the pro,ect proved to be a great imanclal
Access For term days the Clas sold sub-scrlpt ons llfe mad mth Frances
Rrahm Robert Gerloclc Geraldrre Gersbach Edward Stewart Rrta lohnson
and D1ck Semans each sellmg over .1930 worth Geraldrne Gersbach sales
r anager nas hlgh salesman nth ILQ7 worth to her cred1+ Total prolt re
alrzed was approxlmatelf S300
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THE FIGHTING LlTTLES"
Ham Ellers B111 Felton
Norman Peel Bob Gerlock
Mr Llttle Arthur Abel
F1lrner Francls Kerlns
D1ck I-Iardpeddle Bob Peters
Goody Ahce Doody
Ohta Geraldme Gersbach
Hennetta Peller Helen Rome1ser Ioan LeFevre
Antomette Lorratne Carney
Mrs Hardpecldle Barbara Walborn
Almatma Mary l-loldforth Martha Holdforth
Cuckoo Wrlrna Farnsworth
Screwball Mar1lyn Hlxson Blta Keleher
Mlss Pologa Blta lohnson Dorothy Gnthn
M,rs. Little ,, ,,ss, , ,, Carol Quinter
On Apnl 4 and 5 the Semor Class presented The Frghtrng Lrttles
a three act comedy based on the novel of the same name by Booth
Under the excellent guldance of Mr Sprtzer the play proved to be both
a drarnat1c and f1nanc1al success
The play consxstlng ot hve male and ten female parts IS the story of a
typrcal Arnencan famlly the Lrttles The boys and g1rls who played
the parts d1d a splendrd Job and were very true to lrfe
The scene between Fllmer and Antotnette played by Franc1s Kerlns
and Lorralne Carney as plctured below Was one of the most outstand
pears on the stage yel11ng Ftre Alrnatrnal She steals my mghtshlrts
F1re Alrnatmal lelt the audtence glggltng for days after
The group had a frne tune Worlang together to make the play a suc
cess and stlll around the halls Franr-me Kerrns can be heard glvlng hls
op1n1on Personally Just personally I hke lt the way rt IS
ing, While the sequence in which Mr. Little, played by "Butch" Abel, ap-
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY . .
Seated Helen Romeiser Arthur Abel Rita Iohnson
Standing Roy Everett George Payne
In March tive members of the Senior Class were elected to the Nation
al Honor Society They were Frances Brahm Helen Romeiser Rita
Iohnson George Payne and Roy Everett
leadership and character The Societf is composed ot outstanding high
school boys and girls all over the country and is the highest honor a
secondary school can bestow upon a student
Therefore this group from the lf-346 Class of SHS should be looked up
on not only as fine young men and women but ones who received
honors while in school who led their class in its activities and gave their
time and service to SHS
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Committee . .
Lrfr to r1ght Clilre Aldr eh ums Nuxman Mary line Mack Mass Tennent
Ahce Doody Arthur Abel Alfred Lexus
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mdmq I rlrx I Bar! :rx Pour Ball urn blnlqht hlni MLC1rrmy
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NEW YORK APRIL 1946
All thrrty one Semors left the Lehlgh Valley stat1on at Chfton Sprlngs
on Easter mornmg at ll 45 Whtle on the tram many of the Senlors met
students from Vmctor VanEtten and Sayre After arr1v1ng ln New York
and checkrng IH at Hotel V1ClOT1G most of the Senlors went out to get a
qu1ck ghmpse of uptown New York
Everythrng from the btllboards to the Statue of Llberty proved to be of
Some students saw Grnger Rogers on Tuesday afternoon rn front of
the Hotel Taft others saw the Queen Mary at the docks and st1ll oth
ers saw the Yankee Stad1um and a great many students saw Iohnny
Long s Orchestra wlth Bob Eberle and Eddle Bracken 1n person
The Class went on many tours a tour around the whole 1sland IH
cludmg Chmatown Harlem Greenwlch V1llage a tour of the Ernplre
State bu1ld1ng the Statue of Llberty and LaGuard1a Fleld The Class al
so saw a broadcast of the Chesterf1eld program wlth Io Stafford Dur
1ng the tour through the NBC stud1o the Semors saw Hlldegard and Mr
and Mrs North Some of the grrls also saw the Ph1l1p Morrls program
wtth Iohnny Desmond The Easter program at Radlo Cxty was enjoyed
Gettxng lost was one of the favor1te pastrmes of the unholy thlrty one
lt seems that everyone at one t1me or another walked or took a tax1 back
to the hotel after f1nd1ng hlmself ln an unknown spot The subways were
1ntr1gu1ng to the v1srtors and were very often the cause of gettmg lost
Four Semors after a r1de on tne sub Nay found themselves ln the mldst
of Harlem at mght They got out ot there soon enough however when a
pohceman harled a tax1 and sent them back to the hotel
The trrp not only had tts serlous moments but 1ts humorous ones It
was not only 1nterest1ng but educatlonal Thts was an event whrch shall
be long remembered bv the Sen1ors ID the years to come If posslble
each future Semor class would be ustng good Judgment by decldlng on
a class tour
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ARTHUR L YOUNG
Real Estate Broker
GOOD LUCK FROM YOUR
Cart r Phllllps Motors Inc
A F me jewelry and Gzft Store
JUST S SHOE STORE
GASOLINE IIEROSENE FUEL OIL
LEON H COOLEY
BEST WISHES TO
Class of 1946'
W C ELLIS
DAVIDSON Sz SON
S h o e s
F H MCELWEE
A Sz P COMPANY
SHADDOCK S Shoe Store
ROELEE AIRSTEP BUSTER BROWN
ALICE R FARRELL
DRESSES COATS GLOVES
Fro joy Ice Cream
E H EMERY
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ROY A FARNSWORTH
a m ra r SHORTSVILLE
COMPLIMENTS OF . .
CARL H. CLEMENT
. . SHORTSVILLE
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1946 . .
JOHNSON Sz BENNETT
Mcnn Street Manchester
BEST WISHES . .
Class of 1946
CITY FRUIT STORE , f feweffffs f
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Jeweler an Sil Aerlsmibh
Canandai ua Road 'glf,QfQ,gZ,E'fJ,I':'
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Phone 116 . .
- - out Main Street nan ai cr
Nationa nown Shoes
. n Main Street
:-From-: : :
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' 'C DE MARCO'S
Across trom the Post Othce
IRENE S HAT BOX
WHERE MILLINERY IS MAGICALLY
SMART THE YEAR ROUND
113 South MaIn Street Canandazgua
LAKE VIEW DAIRY
QUALITY MILK ICE CREAM PRODUCTS
Frozen Foods Lockers
46 Clark sneer CANANDAIGUA
Cut Rate Drugs
WHERE SPENDING IS SAVING
Sheavly's Western Auto
SPORTING GOODS BICYCLES
Electncal Equrpment Radros
180 South Marn Street Canandargua
PAUL A GERSBACH
Home and Auto Supplles
Palmyra Street SHORTSVILLE
SI OCUM S DRUG STORE
Home made Ice Cream
JAMES O AULT
Canandalgua New York
The WHITE SWAN
SPECIAL TURKEY PLA'I'ES
We Ratse Our Own Turkeys
254 South Mam Street Canandalgua
For BETTER PHOTOGRAPHY
Portrart and Commerctal
182 South Mam Street Canandatgua
CLASS OF 46
MEN S CLOTHING
MaII1 Street CANANDAIGUA
South MaIn Street Canandalgua
PEERLESS SAL O WALL
307 Genesee Street BUFFALO
T D Member
S I C K S
305 Marn Street South Canandargua
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BEST w1sHEs TO
Class of 1946'
DR PHILIP KOWAL
M E SLR V HIXSON
BUILDERS HARDWARE CEMENT
Booth Street Phone 11 J Shortsvtlle
Rochester New York
High School Class Rlngs
George D Kllhp DISIIICI Manager
245 Marn Street South Canandatgua
EARL T ATKINSON
Cor Gtbson and Charlotte Sts
The Store for Commencement Needs
SUITS SPORT COATS SLACKS
SLACK SETS SHIRTS HOSE
South Mam Street Canandatgua
Ofhce Hours 8 301012 AM Ito 6 PM
1 3 Kmde Block Canandargua
Qualzty Ice Cream
Corner Book Store
28 South Marn Street Canandargua
R O ADAMS
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DESIGNERS AND PRODUCERS OF
THREE WATER STREET ' - SHORTSVILLE N
R B CROWELL
TO THE 1946 GRADUATES
M Y Y H PPY
HOWARD D ALDRICH
The ELHAR STORE
Shortsmlle s Modern
H A R D W A R E
F LYNN GILLIGAN
Men s F urnlshmgs
CARL H CLEMENT
SHADDOCK S SHOES
AIR STEP ROBLEE BUSTER BROWN
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
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OFIA ICIAL PHOTOGRAPHILR
For THF HI L0
27 CLINTON AVENUE NORTH ROCHESTER 2 N Y
SHORTSVILLE N Y
Crop Blowem Feed Mlxers
Hay Choppers S110 Flllerb
Clabb of Forty Szx
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FOR BUYING OR SELLING
REAL ESTATE SEE
Rav W Johnson Real Estate Co
Canandargua New York
For Farms Lake Propertres Crty and
PAPPA S RESTAURANT
Ice Cream Lunches
CANANDAIGUA CLIFTON SPRINGS
PHELPS SENECA FALLS
MRS A J LE FEVRE
13 Terrace Place SHORTSVILLE
SENIORS OF 46
23 Crane Street CLIFTON SPRINGS
MOON COAL COMPANY
Lehigh Valley Coal
SEMET SOLVAY COKE
SINCLAIR FUEL OIL and KEROSENE
JOHN L GILLIGAN
Mam Street SHORTSVILLE
WEST END CASH STORE
Palmilra Street SHORTSVILLE
Member F D I C
L W SINGER COMPANY
Your PROSE AND POETRY Senes
SOMMERS MOTORS Inc
Canandaigua New York
SALES and SERVICE
Let Us Teach Your Dollars More Cents
CLOTHES HATS FURNISHINGS
Mam Street CANANDAIGUA
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