From Ontario County Journal 15 February 1889

Twelve contestants, seven of whom are from Canandaigua, have entered the oratorical contest to be held at Victor this evening. Their names are as follows: Harry I. Dunton, Joseph B. O'Brien, Walter H. Townsend, Elias J. Durand and Thomas Kaveny, of Canandaigua Academy; Miss Ann Hudson and Hilem F. Paddock of Canandaigua Union Free School; Calston W. Esty, of Phelps Union School; Miss Belle Peck, Miss Lottie Kellogg, Charles Murphy and Clark Rowley, of Victor Public School.



From Ontario County Journal 22 March 1889

East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Students of the East Bloomfield Union School passed the regents' examinations, recently held at Canandaigua, as follows:
Algebra - Mary Dailey, Belle Stafford, Minnie Kingsbury, Addie Peeling, Fred Hamlin, John Dailey
Geometry - Susan Huntley
English History - Susan Huntley, Minnie Kingsbury, Addie Peeling, Fred Hamlin
English Literature - Addie Peeling, Susan Huntley
Caesar - Minnie Kingsbury, Addie Peeling
Civil Government - Susan Huntley, George Burrell, John Dailey
Physiology - Misses Johnson, Warrallo, Steele and Parker; Messrs. Norton and O'Leary
Bookkeeping - Edith Parker
Geography - Libbie Steele, James Knott, Thos. Harrington, Aug. O'Leary, Wm. Bradley, Frank Steele, Fred Appleton, Wallace Appleton
Grammar - Aug. O'Leary, Fred Appleton
Arithmetic - Edith Parker, Libbie Steele
Spelling - Libbie Steele, James Knott, Thos. Harrington, Fred Appleton
Geology - Fred Hamlin



From Ontario County Journal 12 April 1889

The class which will graduate from Canandaigua Academy this year has elected the following officers: President, Jean L. Burnett of Canandaigua; vice-president, Russell R. McLouth of Manchester; secretary, Ellie Cooley of Canandaigua; treasurer, Edwin T. Green of Canandaigua. Officers of class day:  Toastmaster, Ira N. Croucher of Marion; prophet, James Roach of Reed's Corners, historian, Walter H. Townsend of Cheshire; valedictorian, I. Elmore Humphreys, Victor; members, C. Willard Rice, Hall's Corners, John Brady, Padelford's; Rollison S. Bostwick, Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Times 17 April 1889

The students of the Canandaigua Academy have formed a base ball association by electing officers as follows: Manager, Jean L. Burnett; secretary, Guy Collins; captain, Frank DeRight. The students also contemplate the formation of a lawn tennis club.



From Ontario County Journal 31 May 1889

In the county elocutionary contest at Shortsville last Friday evening, the first prize, $10, was awarded to Miss Arze Sackett of the Canandaigua Union School; second, $5, to Charles Murphy of the Victor public school; and the third prize, $3, to Miss Anna Warfield of the Shortsville public school. The object of the entertainment was to raise funds for the school library and quite a large sum was realized.



From Ontario County Journal 21 June 1889

Naples, N. Y. - The anniversary exercises of the Naples Union School took place Tuesday. The graduating class, consisting of Arba Blodgett, Margaret A. Nellis, Leon D. P. Clark, Henrietta E. Story, Arthur L. Lyon and Margaret L. Parish. The valedictorian, orations and essays dealt with living questions, and that with a vigor and grasp a little surprising in students of a Union School. An impressive feature was the presentation of diplomas by Dr. Noah T. Clark, the veteran teacher of Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Journal 12 July 1889

Bristol, N. Y. - The school in this district closed with a picnic last Wednesday P. M. Following are names of the pupils who have been present every day during the term: Allen Burge, Francis Burge, Carl Burge, Burr Case, George Clohecy, Mina Monks, Lena Nicholls, Clara Reed, Belle Simmons, Minnie Trafton, Adah Trafton. The following pupils have passed in their respective studies as indicated:
Arithmetic, A Grade: Ella Totman, Cora Gardner, Allen Burge, Genie Case, Florence Totman, Sanford Hall, Bert Codding, Isaac Kimber

Arithmetic, B Grade: Belle Simmons, Burr Case, Minnie Trafton, Francis Burge, Edith Simmons, Grace Totman

Spelling, A Grade: Ella Totman, Florence Totman, Cora Gardner, Allen Burge, Sanford Hall, Minnie Trafton, Isaac Kimber, Belle Simmons, Burr Case

Spelling, B Grade: Edith Simmons, Francis Burge, Grace Totman, Clara Reed, Adah Trafton, Carl Burge, George Clohecy, Nina Monks, Leon Pierce

American History: Ella Totman, Cora Gardner, Allen Burge, Belle Simmons, Florence Totman, Genie Case

American History, B grade: Sanford Hall, Belle Simmons, Isaac Kimber, Burr Case, Minnie Trafton, Francis Burge, Edith Simmons, Grace Totman

Physiology: Ella Totman, Cora Gardner, Florence Totman, Genie Case

Carrie A. Taylor, Teacher


Farmington, N. Y. - No. 2, the school which has been under the charge of Sara A. Murray, closed a most successful term on Friday of last week. Examinations were held during the week and the pupils having the highest standing were Lulu Power, Lettie Young, Maggie Romeiser, Ida Wells, Anna Wallace and Willie Rose. Miss Murray was presented, in behalf of her pupils, with a very handsome call bell.



From Ontario County Journal 6 September 1889

Farmington is represented in several different schools. Helen Bullis is attending the Collegiate Institution at Marion; Misses Etta Plumb and Flora Bowerman, the Normal school at Geneseo; Eva Brewster, Friends school at Union Springs; Nellie Padgham, at Lima; Misses Matie Lapham and Minnie Sadler, the Union school at Palmyra.



From Ontario County Journal 29 November 1889

Naples, N. Y. -
A number of Neapolitans, temporarily absent, came home to eat Thanksgiving turkey. Among them are W. L. Sprague from Buffalo, Fred Hamlin from Hobart, Spencer Lincoln and George Boles, from Cornell, C. H. Luther from Geneseo, Miss May Griswold from Lima and W. R. Marks, of Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Times 1 January 1890

Rushville, N. Y. -  Miss Josie Twitchell
and Miss Julia Teirney, of Brockport Normal School, and Miss Jessie Jones of Syracuse University, are home for the holiday vacation.



From Ontario County Times 8 January 1890

Hopewell, N. Y. - 
The following is a list of those who stand highest in regard to improvement and attendance as reported by Miss Lizzie McDill, teacher of Spangle street school: Celia Brown, Julia Brown, George Decker, Gilbert Kirkpatrick, Mamie Flannigan, Emma Buchan, Maggie Mahan, Mary Mahan.



From Ontario County Journal 21 February 1890

Centerfield, N. Y. -
The following pupils of School District No. 2 have attained the highest record in their respective classes during the winter term closing Feb. 14, 1890:
READING - First - Geo. Jopson, Emily Bussey, Claud Smith, James O'Brien; Second - Elenor White, Geo. Mahar; Third - Katie Qualter, Maude Barnes, Harriet Bussey, Maud Smith, Bessie Gleason, Raymond Jopson, Laura White, Frank O'Brien, Frank Barnes; Fourth - Mamie Johnson, John Mahar, Mamie O'Brien, Fred Wheeler, Rose Mahar, Joseph O'Brien, Inez White, Stella Doty, Edward White;

 U. S. HISTORY - 21 in class, highest 10 - Herbert Jopson, May Wheeler, Martin Qualter, Gertie Wheeler, Geo. Appleton, Schuyler White, Nellie Mahar, Fred Thompson, Geo. Stiles, Mabel Cochrane;

BOOKKEEPING - 14 in class, highest 10 - Mabel Cochrane, Nora Qualter, Geo. Stiles, Fred Thompson, May Wheeler, Schuyler White, Herbert Jopson, Will Wheeler, Geo. Appleton, Nellie Mahar;

GEOGRAPHY - 14 in class A, highest 10 - Nora Qualter, Geo. Appleton, Katie Mahar, May Wheeler, Geo. Stiles, Herbert Jopson, Mabel Cochrane, Fred Thompson, Nellie Mahar, Schuyler White;
B class - Irene Appleton, Gertie Wheeler, Daisie Jopson, Mamie Johnson, John Mahar, Fred Wheeler, Mamie O'Brien, Joseph O' Brien, Inez White, Stella Doty; C Class - Maud Barnes, Katie Qualter, Maud Smith, Rose Mahar, Harriet Bussey, Laura White, Raymond Jopson, Frank Barnes;

GRAMMAR - A Class - Katie Mahar, Mabel Cochrane, May Wheeler, Fred Thompson, Nellie Mahar, Geo. Stiles, Arthur Doty; 21 in Class B, highest 10 - Nora Qualter, Martin Qualter, Gertie Wheeler, Schuyler White, Geo. Appleton, Herbert Jopson, Daisie Jopson, John Mahar, Fred Wheeler, John O'Brien;

ALGEBRA - Fred Thompson, Geo. Stiles, Arthur Doty, Nora Qualter;

ARITHMETIC - 16 in Class A, highest 10 - Martin Qualter, Fred Thompson, Schuyler White, Arthur Doty, Nora Qualter, May Wheeler, Geo. Appleton, Mabel Cochrane, Katie Mahar, Geo. Stiles;
B Class - Gertie Wheeler, Daisie Jopson, Irene Appleton, Mamie Johnson, Dimock McCready, Fred Wheeler, John Mahar, Joseph O'Brien; C Class - Stella Doty, Rose Mahar, Maud Barnes, Mamie O'Brien, Inez White, Edward White, Frank Barnes;

INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC - A Class - Fred Thompson, Schuyler White, Geo. Appleton, Geo. Stiles, Joseph White, William O'Brien; B Class - Frank Barnes, Katie Qualter, Maud Smith, Harriet Bussey, Laura White;

SPELLING - 28 in Class A, highest 16 - Mabel Cochrane, Nellie Mahar, May Wheeler, Nora Qualter, Katie Mahar, Gertie Wheeler, Mamie Johnson, Herbert Jopson, Irene Appleton, Fred Thompson;
B Class - Maud Barnes, Katie Qualter, Maud Smith, Rose Mahar, Stella Doty, Laura White, Harriet Bussey, Bessie Gleason; - C Class - Frank O'Brien, Frank Barnes, Raymond Jopson.


From Ontario County Times 5 March 1890

West Bloomfield, N. Y. - 
The following named pupils of school district number 11, town of East Bloomfield, had the highest standing on examination for the term ending February 28: Spelling - Katie Sweeney, 91; Michael Cotter, 90; Nellie Murray, 98; Mary Murray, 90; Arithmetic - Albert Burrett, 99; Nellie Murray, 92; Geography - Frank McMichael, 95; Mary Daily, 95; Nellie Murray, 91; Marvenia Griffith, 91; Grammar - Marvenia Griffith, 92; Nellie Murray, 96; Mary Murray, 90. Two pupils, Grace and Abel Bennett, were present every day of the term.



From Ontario County Journal 7 March 1890

School in District No. 6, town of Bristol, closed last Friday with appropriate exercises. The following are the average standings of the pupils at the close of the term: Charles Case 85, Roy Case 80, Mary Case 78, Julia Daniels 88, Will Daniels 79. May Evans 84, Carrie Jopson 85, John Jopson 79, Edith Montanye 92, Ethel Montanye 89, Merton Montanye 84, Edna Phillips 88, Maude Phillips 89, Seymour Reed 84, Clifford Reed 86, Mary Reed 87,



From Ontario County Journal 4 April 1890

The graduating class of 1890 at the Canandaigua Academy has elected officers as follows: President, Charles H. Snyder; vice president, Horace B. Newman; secretary, Clifton C. Briggs; treasurer, Fred T. Galpin; toastmaster, Craig C. Miller. The class numbers fifteen members.



From Ontario Repository & Messenger 8 April 1890

Gorham - Chas. Robson
and Harry Tompkins are at home from Rochester University, spending the Easter holiday week.



From Ontario County Journal 13 June 1890

Bristol Center, N. Y. -
The following are names of pupils whose standing was above 80 at the last examination in Dist. No. 16, town of Canandaigua, term ending June 3d:  
A - Lucius J. Ketchum, Mary J. Isham, Annie E. Isham, Edward McDade

B - Louis W. Isham, Clara L. Isham, Grace N. Goff, Mary J. McDade

C - Clara McDade, Ida May Goff, Eulalie Mason, Floyd B. Edgett, Maynard Goff, Carl Mason



From Ontario County Times 18 June 1890

Among the Canandaiguans who have been attending out-of-town institutions of learning, and are in town for the summer vacation, are the following: Asa Priest and Elias Durand, from Cornell University; Miss Mabel Burnett, from Elmira College; Frank Smith from Harvard College.



From Ontario County Times 2 July 1890

Honeoye, N. Y. - 
Most of our young people, who have been away since last autumn as teachers or students, are at home once more, and find cordial welcome. Of teachers there are Miss Ellen Mather, from Minneapolis, Minn.; Chas. Wilbur, Fremont, O.; Miss Nellie Wilbur, London, O.; Miss Loella Townsend, Canisteo, N. Y.; and Miss Susie Wilson, Orange, N. Y. Of students, Miss Susie Reed and Miss Millie Stevens, Delaware University, O.; Fay Becker, Medical College, New York; Miss Maude Wilbur, Providence, R. I.; John Reed and Mary Bostwick, Lima, N. Y.



From Ontario County Times 9 July 1890

East Bloomfield, N. Y. - 
Our young people from their various schools and colleges are home on their vacation. Archie McGlashan has graduated with honors from Amherst College. Sherman Steele has been teaching some here and now has obtained a higher position much more to his mind. Lester Steele is home from Union College. Miss Fannie Brunson has returned from Granger Place School, and has obtained a good position as teacher in Batavia. Miss Belle Stafford is also home from Granger Place. Miss Bird Chapin comes from the Upham School, Canandaigua, and Miss Lizzie Howe has graduated from the Geneseo Normal School.



From Ontario County Times 3 December 1890

Port Gibson, N. Y. - Miss Ada Parker,
of Syracuse University; A. T. Throop, of Brockport, and Francis W. Throop, of Cornell University, were among those who spent Thanksgiving at their homes.



From Ontario County Times 17 December 1890

The graduating class of '91 of the Union School in this village, has organized and elected the following named officers: President, Arthur Ellis; Secretary, Harriet Paddock; treasurer, Emily Harris; executive committee, Fred Wood and Ada Ellis. The class has a membership of fifteen.



From Ontario County Times 31 December 1890

Orleans, N. Y. -
The young people that have arrived home to spend the holidays are Minnie Whitney, of Elmira Female College; Alice King, of Clifton Springs Seminary; Nettie Baggerly and Nora Wait, of Canandaigua Union School; Phebe Blythe, of Walworth Academy; Thomas McCarick, of Genesee Wesleyan Seminary; William Armington, of Casenovia; George Sleight, of Williams College; Colston Estey, of Elmira School of Commerce; and Grant Rulison of Syracuse.



From Ontario County Journal 6 March 1891

Bristol, N. Y. -
School closed in Dist. No. 11, on Friday, February 27, for the term of 20 weeks. The following is a list of the pupils who received the highest standing, or passed at the recent examination:
A grade - Edna Dunham, Philip Sisson, Lillie Dubois, Frederick Dubois, Will Marshall, Carrie Marshall, Frank Aldridge and Gertie Wilson.

B grade - Freddy Phillips, Victor Burdorf, May Ketcham and Jennie Marshall.

American History - A grade - Lillie Dubois, Frederick Dubois, Carrie Marshall, Will Marshall, Philip Sisson, and Gertie Wilson.

Grammar and Language - Edna Dunham, Lillie Dubois and Carrie Marshall.

Geography - A grade - Edna Dunham, Lillie Dubois, Philip Sisson, Carrie Marshall and Will Marshall.

B grade - Gertie Wilson and May Ketcham.

C grade - Fred Phillips, Chloe Ketcham and Jennie Marshall.

Spelling - A grade - Carrie Marshall, Will Marshall, Edna Dunham, Lillie Dubois, Frederick Dubois, Philip Sisson, Gertie Wilson and Frank Aldridge.

B grade - Fred Phillips, May Ketcham, Chloe Ketcham, Victor Burdorf and Jennie Marshall.

E grade - Charlie Toneson.
Special mention must be made of Nettie Phillips, who stood 100 per cent in Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, American History and Book-keeping, and has missed only two words in spelling during the term.



Hopewell, N. Y. - The following is the standing of some of the larger scholars:

Arithmetic


George Decker - 100
Gilbert Kirkpatrick - 95
Celia Breen - 100
Gracie Buchan - 95
Milton Shaw - 95
Joseph Coston - 100
Geography


Gilbert Kirkpatrick-100
Celia Breen - 95
Joseph Coston - 100
Gracie Buchan - 94
George Decker - 100
Milton Shaw - 99
Spelling


George Decker - 100
Joseph Coston - 94
Eddie Flannigan - 82
Bert Buchan - 78
Fred Buchan - 94
Nora Breen - 98
Celia Breen - 100
Milton Shaw - 90
Gracie Buchan - 82
Mamie Mahon - 100
Reading


Mamie Mahon - 90
Bert Buchan - 80
Eddie Flanning - 75
Nora Breen - 90
Freddie Buchan - 95
Reading in
History


George Decker - 95
Joseph Coston - 90
Gracie Buchan - 80
Celia Breen - 100
Milton Shaw - 100



From Ontario County Journal 20 March 1891

The following is a list of pupils names in Dist. No. 4, Mertensia, whose standing was 75 percent or over, at examinations held at close of term:

First Grade

ARITHMETIC

Annie Ryan - 94
Alida Grant - 99
Viola Brady - 92
J. Freddie Murray - 98
Willie Murray - 95
Thomas Ryan - 98
Leslie Mosher - 94
Freddie Bortle - 88
Clayton Bortle - 84
Miles Halligan - 98
Walton Lapham - 90
Chas. Loomis - 95

GEOGRAPHY

Annie Ryan - 96
William Grant - 95
Lena Lynaugh - 94
J. Freddie Murray - 90
Willie Murray - 95
Leslie Mosher - 100
Freddie Bortle - 90
Clayton Bortle - 96
Walton Lapham - 100
Chas. Loomis - 100
HISTORY

Annie Ryan - 100
Alida Grant - 75
William Grant - 75
Lena Lynaugh - 100
Viola Brady - 100
J. Freddie Murray - 96
Willie Murray - 94
Thomas Ryan - 96
Owen Ryan - 94
Leslie Mosher - 100
Freddie Bortle - 94
Clayton Bortle - 100
John Halligan - 96
Miles Halligan - 96
Walton Lapham - 96
Chas. Loomis - 100

PENMANSHIP

Annie Ryan - 100
Alida Grant - 100
William Grant - 75
Lena Lynaugh - 100
J. Freddie Murray - 75
Willie Murray - 100
Thomas Ryan - 75
Owen Ryan - 100
Leslie Mosher - 100
Clayton Bortle - 100
John Halligan - 100
Miles Halligan - 100
Walton Lapham - 100
Chas. Loomis - 100
READING

Annie Ryan - 100
Alida Grant - 85
William Grant - 75
Lena Lynaugh - 100
Viola Brady - 100
J. Freddie Murray - 100
Willie Murray - 100
Thomas Ryan - 75
Owen Ryan - 85
Leslie Mosher - 100
Freddie Bortle - 100
Clayton Bortle - 100
John Halligan - 100
Miles Halligan - 100
Walton Lapham - 100
Chas. Loomis - 100

SPELLING

Annie Ryan - 99
Alida Grant - 80
William Grant - 87
Lena Lynaugh - 99
J. Freddie Murray - 90
Willie Murray - 98
Thomas Ryan - 88
Owen Ryan - 95
Leslie Mosher - 96
Clayton Bortle - 90
John Halligan - 85
Miles Halligan - 92
Walton Lapham - 96
Chas. Loomis - 98

Second Grade

ARITHMETIC


Hannah Loomis - 75
Mary Mills - 80
Louis Brady - 100
Rose Brady - 88
Albert Grant - 94
John Lapham - 92
Patrick Ryan - 88
Eddie Ryan - 84
Natie Lynaugh - 84
Eddie Halligan - 75

GEOGRAPHY

Hannah Loomis - 78
Mary Mills - 75
Louis Brady - 96
Rose Brady - 88
Mary Reeder - 88
Rose Lynaugh - 90

PENMANSHIP

Hannah Loomis - 75
Mary Mills - 75
Louis Brady - 75
Rose Brady - 75
Mary Reeder - 100
Mary Grant - 75
Albert Grant - 75
John Lapham - 75
Patrick Ryan - 75
Eddie Ryan - 75
Natie Lynaugh - 75
Rose Lynaugh - 75
READING

Hannah Loomis - 80
Mary Mills - 75
Louis Brady - 75
Rose Brady - 85
Gracie Murray - 85
Mary Reeder - 100
Mary Grant - 75
Albert Grant - 75
John Lapham - 75
Patrick Ryan - 75
Eddie Ryan - 85
Natie Lynaugh - 85
Eddie Halligan - 75
Rose Lynaugh - 80

SPELLING

Hannah Loomis - 98
Mary Mills - 76
Louis Brady - 94
Rose Brady - 91
Mary Reeder - 96
Mary Grant - 75
Albert Grant - 80
John Lapham - 88
Patrick Ryan - 92
Eddie Ryan - 98
Natie Lynaugh - 98
Rose Lynaugh - 98



From Ontario County Journal 3 April 1891

The following are the officers of the Canandaigua Academy graduating class of 1891:

President - J. Irwin France, Canandaigua
Vice-Pres. - Albert J. Harris, Rushville
Secretary - J. Arden Ferguson, Canandaigua
Treasurer - Fred H. Hamlin, East Bloomfield
Toast Master - John G. O'Leary, Canandaigua
Prophet - Andrew D. Carter, Mauch Chunk, Pa.
Historian - Don W. Frasier, Fowlerville, N. Y.
Poet - Harry L. Twichell, Auburn, N. Y.
Salutatorian - Lee Wilbur, Victor
 


From Victor Herald 25 April 1891

The following are the names of scholars whose standings averaged over 90 upon the monthly reports issued April 14th:

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT

Minnie Sweeney - 90
Katie May - 95
Nathan Rose - 96
Lillie Jacobs - 98
Isabel Ellis - 90
Nelson Lobdell - 96
Jennie Sidell - 97
Maud Salter - 98
Louie Salter - 95
Clara Chase - 93
Rachella Bennett - 97

JUNIOR DEPARTMENT

Florence Adams - 97
Leona Adams - 96
Harold Adams - 96
Olin Bumpus - 94
Hebe Berry - 90
Lola Curtice - 97
Joseph Chase - 96
Mary Dowd - 95
Eva Fenton - 96
Florence Gilroy - 93
Henry Henchan - 94
George Rugg - 93
Belle Ross - 96
Nellie Searle - 94
Cora Salter - 99
Anna Snyder - 95
George Snyder - 95
Phebe VanDenberg - 94
Julia Woods - 95

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT

Anna Kenny - 90
Blanche George - 90
Leon Brace - 91
Carrie Shanks - 93
Louie Childs - 90
Jennie Snyder - 93
Robert Higinbotham - 92
Florence Booth - 92
Vera Reed - 91
Edith Timmerman - 92
Irma Reed - 90
Marion Lobdell - 91
Bertha Carpenter - 92

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT

Nora Eagen - 96
Ella Ransome - 96
Maggie Kenney - 95
Lizzie McMahon - 95
Maggie Thompson - 95
Homer Thompson - 94
Willie Byrne - 94
Vera Brown - 93
Arthur Turner - 93
Howard Stubbs - 93
Esther Powell - 93
Charlie Sales - 93
Maud Granger - 92
Myron Jacobs - 92
Alfred Murphy - 92
Clarence Schlenker - 92
Townsend Curtice - 92
Fred Cardy - 91
Tuthill Brown - 91
Annie Keefe - 90
Edgar Mead - 90
Jean Ladd - 91



From Ontario County Journal 15 May 1891

Bristol, N. Y. -
Names of pupils who attained the highest standing in School Dist. No. 7. Following are the names of the highest ten, or those whose average was above ninety in all their studies: Allen Burge, Florence Totman, Emmogene Case, Ella Totman, Edith Simmons, Sanford Hall, Belle Simmons, Grace Totman, Carl Burge, Isaac Kimber. The following list passed in their respective studies as indicated:
Arithmetic, A Grade - Allen Burge, Emmogene Case, Florence Totman, Ella Totman, Sanford Hall, Isaac Kimber, Belle Simmons, Minnie Trafton.

B Grade - Francis Burge, Burr Case, Edith Simmons, Grace Totman.

C Grade - Carle Burge, Leon Pierce, Adah Trafton, Hattie Worden.

American History, A Grade - Allen Burge, Emmogene Case, Sanford Hall, Isaac Kimber, Ella Totman, Florence Totman.

Geography, A Grade - Allen Burge, Emmogene Case, Florence Totman, Belle Simmons, Ella Totman, Isaac Kimber.

B Grade - Francis Burge, Edith Simmons, Grace Totman.

C Grade - Carl Burge, Leon Pierce, Adah Trafton, Hattie Worden.

Physiology, A Grade - Florence Totman, Ella Totman, Sanford Hall, Isaac Kimber.

Grammar, A Grade - Allen Burge, Ella Totman, Florence Totman, Sanford Hall, Emmogene Case, Minnie Trafton, Belle Simmons, Isaac Kimber.

B Grade - Edith Simmons, Grace Totman.

Reading, A Grade - Emmogene Case, Ella Totman, Belle Simmons, Florence Totman, Allen Burge, Sanford Hall, Isaac Kimber, Minnie Trafton.

B Grade - Grace Totman, Edith Simmons, Francis Burge, Burr Case.

C Grade - Hattie Worden, Adah Trafton, George Clohecy, Leon Pierce, Carl Burge.

D Grade - Joel Totman, Howard Moranda, Willie Reed, Gifford Case.
 
Spelling, A Grade - Florence Totman, Ella Totman, Allen Burge, Sanford Hall, Emmogene Case, Minnie Trafton, Isaac Kimber.

B Grade - Grace Totman, Edith Simmons, Francis Burge, Burr Case, Hattie Worden, Adah Trafton, George Clohecy, Carl Burge, Leon Pierce.

C Grade - Joel Totman, Arthur Toneson, Howard Moranda, Willie Reed, Gifford Case.



From Ontario County Journal 12 June 1891

The Canandaigua Academy commencement exercises will be held in the Congregational Church next Tuesday evening. The class of '91 is as follows:  Acey Sutherland, J. Irwin France, Louis Mutschler, Kenneth Hicks, John O'Leary, George Hamlin and J. Arden Ferguson of Canandaigua; Lee Wilbur, of Victor; Fred Hamlin, of East Bloomfield; Andrew Carter, of Mauch Chunk, Pa.; Harry Twichell, of Auburn; Edgar Brown, of Farmington; J. Albert Harris, of Reed's Corners; David Eddie and Edgar Burrall of Hall's Corners; and Don Fraser of Fowlerville.



From Victor Herald 18 July 1891

The following is the report from school District No. 10, of the pupils whose average examination and deportment standing equals or exceeds ninety: James Curran 98, Ella Curran 93, Lena Abraham 92, Augusta Nemitz 94, Ella Farrel 92, Charlie Farrel 94, Katie Ganey 94, Minnie Ganey 96, Libbie Ganey 93, Katie Kilam 90, Maude Lewis 90, George Lewis 91, Charlie Lewis 93, May Toomey 95.



From Ontario County Times 30 September 1891

Canandaiguans left town on Monday to enter college as follows: Jean LaRue Burnett and Robert F. Thompson, at Ann Arbor; Charles S. Hoyt, Jr., Louis Mutschler, Jr., Asa Priest and Elias J. Durand, at Cornell.



From Ontario County Journal 25 December 1891

Among Canandaigua's college students who are spending the holiday vacation at home are: Horace Newman, from the Albany School of Pharmacy; J. Irwin France, from Hamilton College; Kenneth Hicks from Colgate, and Elias J. Durand, Chas. S. Hoyt, Jr., and Asa Priest, from Cornell.



From Ontario County Times 6 January 1892

Rushville, N. Y. - 
Many of our young people, who have been attending school, have been spending their Holidays with friends here: Miss Nellie C. Pearce, Miss Jennie A. Smith, and Miss Carrie Fisher of Geneseo; Arthur Jackson and Miss Julia Tearney of Brockport; Miss Jessie E. Jones of Syracuse University; Samuel Pearce, Frank H. Harkness and Albert Fox, from Rochester Business University.



From Ontario County Journal 25 March 1892

The Class of '92, Canandaigua Academy, has chosen cardinal red as the class color, and has elected the following officers: President, John Thielen of Gorham; vice-president, Walter J. Hill of Rochester; secretary, Fred Warfield of Canandaigua; treasurer, Charles Riker, of Canandaigua; toastmaster, Fred B. Loomis, of Spencerport; historian, James Fitzgerald, of Stanley; poet, Henry Raymer, of Stanley; prophet, Lynn C. Norris of Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Journal 29 April 1892

Cheshire, N. Y. -
The winter term of our village school closed Friday, April 15, with examination. The following pupils stood highest:
1st Grade - Arithmetic - Belle Clint; Lillian O'Dell
Grammar - Belle Clint; Theda Johnson
A Spelling - Belle Clint; Nellie Huntley
Geography - Nellie Huntley; Belle Clint
History - Nellie Huntley; Belle Clint

2d Grade - Arithmetic - Sarah Ferrin; Sophia Munson
Grammer - Lillian O'Dell; Nellie Sanford

3d Grade - B Spelling - Grace Townsend; Stuart Van Wie; Lois Huntley
B Geography - Lois Huntley; Sophia Munson

4th Grade - Arithmetic - Grace Townsend, Gertie Olmstead; Marshall Chamberlain
Geography - Grace Townsend; Nellie Taylor



From Ontario County Journal 27 May 1892

The following report shows the highest standing of pupils in School Dist. No. 7, South Bristol, for the month ending May 19, 1892:
Arithmetic, A grade - Clinton Strong, Ralph Perry, Florence Hicks, Lena Tuttle;
B grade - Maude Acheson, Grace Covert, Monroe Tuttle;
C grade - Flossie Acheson, Floyd Edgett.

American History - Clinton Strong, Florence Hicks, Lena Tuttle, Will Tuttle, Ralph Perry.
Geography, A grade - Ralph Perry, Clinton Strong, Will Tuttle, Lena Tuttle, Florence Hicks;
B grade - Maud Acheson, Grace Covert, Monroe Tuttle.

Grammar - Florence Hicks, Maud Acheson.

Spelling, A grade - Lena Tuttle, Florence Hicks, Ralph Perry, Clinton Strong, Will Tuttle;
B grade - Maude Acheson, Monroe Tuttle, Grace Covert;
C grade - Flossie Acheson, Floyd Edgett.

Drawing - Clinton Strong, Florence Hicks, Lena Tuttle, Ralph Perry, Will Tuttle, Grace Covert, Maude Acheson, Monroe Tuttle, Floyd Edgett, Flossie Acheson, Alida Stetson, Claude Wheeler, Maude Middlebrooke.
The following pupils have not been absent during the term: Ralph Perry, Clinton Strong, Monroe Tuttle, Will Tuttle and Floyd Edgett.



From Ontario County Journal 1 July 1892

Bristol, N. Y.
- The following young people are returning from school: Miss Fannie Leach, who has recently graduated from Genesee Wesleyan Seminary in Lima; Miss Alice Simmons, of the State Normal at Geneseo; and Minnie Owen, who has been attending school at Livonia.



From Ontario County Journal 8 July 1892

Bristol Center, N. Y. - Frank Cassidy
has returned from Geneseo, where he has been attending school; also Oliver and Genie Case, from Lima.



From Ontario County Journal 23 December 1892

East Bloomfield, N. Y. -
The following are expected to return home for the holidays from various schools: This evening from the Genesee Normal School, Miss Ellen Wheeler, Miss Maud Hallock, Miss Mabel Sweeney, Herbert Finagan; from Lima Seminary, Miss Anna Norton and Miss Nellie Emmons; from Wells College, Miss Minnie Kingsbury. Cyrus Murrell and Woodbury Adams are also expected to return home from Buffalo.



From Ontario County Journal 30 December 1892

East Bloomfield, N. Y. -
Among those who are spending the holidays in East Bloomfield are the following, not mentioned in last week's correspondence: L. H. Steele of Hamilton College; F. H. Hamlin of Yale; George Burrell of Lima Seminary; Miss Fannie Brunson from Batavia; Walter Brunson from Chapinville; Miss Clara Mason from Bradford, Pa.; Archibald McGlashan of New York; and Prof. Stiles and family from Elmira.



From Ontario County Journal 31 March 1893

East Bloomfield, N. Y. -
From the returns of the January Regents' examination, Ella M. Connelly, Myra J. Donnelly, Maud L. Woolston, Frank Boughton and William Bradley are entitled to preliminary certificates. Clara R. Chase, Maud L. Woolston, Thomas Meagher and Claud E. Ward to a 20 count certificate;  Mary E. Meagher to a 30 count; Cora A. Parker and Wm. C. Buell each to a forty count certificate. The last three comprise this year's graduating class.



From Ontario County Journal 21 April 1893

The senior class at the Canandaigua Academy has elected the following officers: President - Guy A. McGowan of Canandaigua; vice-president - Dudley M. Dixon, of Hall's Corners; secretary - C. H. Martin of Dundee; treasurer, John M. Conway of Canandaigua; poet - Karl H. Lansing of Canandaigua; prophet - Fred C. Townley of Canandaigua; historian - J. Frank Norris of Brighton; tree orator - Clarence S. Sidway of Buffalo; toast master - Gifford Morgan of Brockport. C. Ernest Brown of Shortsville, having attained an average standing in the studies of his course of 99.06 per cent, will have the honor of acting as class valedictorian. George W. Gillette, who comes second, with an average of 96 per cent, will be salutatorian. Guy A. McGowan, third, with an average of 95 per cent, deserves special commendation, as this average was earned despite his completion of three years regular work in two years. Mr. Brown's average is the highest ever gained by any academy student.



From Ontario County Journal 19 May 1893

For several weeks past the members of the Senior Class at the Union School have been taking steps toward organization, with a view to preparation for the commencement exercises. The class has chosen the following officers: President, Hadley C. Case; sec'y, Lucy A. McGregor; treas., Hibbard G. McFeggan; executive committee, Edward F. Bates, chairman, Nancy Dempsey and Dr. H. L. Taylor. Other honorary positions have been filled as follows: Class historian, William J. Wilson; class poet, Elizabeth J. Daly; class prophet, Mary R. Jones; class orator, Elizabeth Eiseline; author of class medley (words and music), Eva Mooney; salutatorian, Anna J. Thompson; valedictorian, Alsie Partridge. The remaining members of the class are: Harriet Tiffany, Celia Tracy, Maude Alexander, Martha Bennett, Andrew McIntyre, Roy Couyne and William Johnson.



From Ontario County Journal 23 June 1893

Members of the graduating class of '93 of Canandaigua Academy will enter various colleges this fall as follows: Karl Lansing, of Canandaigua, Amherst; Gifford Morgan, of Brockport, Union; Alfred H. Townley, University of Rochester; C. Ernest Brown of Shortsville, Harvard; C. Harry Martin, of Fredonia, Columbia; Lynn C. Norris of Canandaigua, postgraduate; Guy A. McGowan of Canandaigua, and George W. Gillette of Canandaigua, Williams; E. E. Knauer of Canandaigua, and Clarence S. Sidway of Buffalo, Cornell.



From Ontario County Journal 30 June 1893

At the reception given by the teachers of the Union school in honor of the graduates, Friday evening, June 23, the representatives of the four graduated classes who were present met and organized an Alumni Association. Officers were elected as follows: President, Miss Anna Hudson, '90; vice president, Arthur Ellis, '91; secretary, Miss Gertrude Smith, '92; corresponding secretary, Miss Mary Hall, '91; treasurer, Hibbard G. McFeggan, '93. The following persons were enrolled as charter members: '90 - Anna Hudson, Fanny Hart; '91 - Arthur Ellis, F. M. Williams, T. M. Bennett, Harriet Paddock, Mary S. Hall, Fred C. Wood, Emily Harris, Ina Ellis, Ada Ellis; '92 - Lawrence Rippey, John Tuohey, Fannie Dempsey, Gertrude Smith, Alberta Huntoon, Lena Huntoon; '93 - Maud Alexander, Martha Bennett, Roy Conyne, Anna Thompson, Ursilla Tracy, Lizzie Daly, Elizabeth Eiseline, Nancy Dempsey, Wm. J. Wilson, Alsie Partridge, Hattie Tiffany, Evangeline Mooney, Wm. J. Johnson, Andrew McIntyre, Hadley Case, Lucy McGregor, Hibbard McFeggan.



East Bloomfield, N. Y. - Frank Cassiday, Miss Ellen Wheeler, Miss Fannie Leach
and Miss Mabel Sweeney of the Geneseo Normal School, and Miss Anna Norton and Miss Nellie Emmons from the seminary at Lima are at home for their summer vacations.



From Ontario County Journal 17 November 1893

Flint Creek, N. Y. -
The following named pupils of school district No. 6, at Hopewell Center, have their names placed on the roll or honor, their deportment being considered perfect, and being neither absent nor tardy without a good excuse: Fred Thompson, Mary Kane, Florence Benham, Frank Silvernail, Mattie Latting. Honorable mention is made of the following pupils: Fred Fiero, whose deportment averaged 95 per cent; May Allen, Ida Dean, James Edwards, Henry Spangle, Fred Edwards, Ray Edwards, whose deportment is considered perfect but they have been in school but two weeks.



From Ontario County Journal 29 December 1893

East Bloomfield, N. Y. -
The following Bloomfield young people are home for the holidays: Fred H. Hamlin from Yale College; Miss Lizzie Howes from Fairport Union School; Miss Minnie Kingsbury from Wells College; Miss Mabel Sweeney from Geneseo Normal School; Miss Clara Mason from Spring Valley; Miss Bessie Donley from Brockport Seminary; Sherman Steele from Fairfield Military School; Miss Annie Steele from Nebraska.



From Ontario County Journal 5 January 1894

Bristol Center, N. Y. -
The students who have spent their vacation at home and returned to their respective schools are: Miss Minnie Goff to Brockport Normal, Miss Alice Goff and brother to Canandaigua, Frank Cassidy and Frank Hobart to Geneseo.



From Ontario County Journal 20 April 1894

The senior class of the Union Free school have recommended the election of the following officers: Valedictorian, Wm. Lewis; salutatorian, Miss Jennie Aberle; president, Wm. Lewis; vice-president, Miss Jennie Aberle; secretary, Theresa Dunham; treasurer, Carrie D. Robinson. The other members of the class are Morris Breene, Walter Gelder and Philip O'Keefe. The class colors are chrysanthemum and yellow.



The senior class of the Canandaigua Academy have elected these officers: President, V. H. Somoskeoy; vice-president, E. B. Dixon; secretary, M. E. Warner; treasurer, George R. Beecher; toastmaster, A. P. Williams; orator, W. H. Sutherland; poet, Wm. Tracy; historian, Clem J. France; tree orator, Horace B. Cooper; ushers of the black rod, Lorenzo H. Purdy, Andrew C. Bisset; prophet, Wm. L. Foster, Jr.; speakers, Roy McOmber, Clem J. France, Victor H. Somoskeoy, George R. Beecher, Wm. Tracy, Ed. T. Preston, J. W. Haskell.  Roy McOmber, of Manchester, having attained an average of 93 1-10 percent, will be class salutatorian. Clem J. France, with an average of 95 1-10 percent, Ed. T. Preston and J. W. Haskell, both having averages of 92 2-10, deserve special mention. The class motto is "Sofia-to-protiston." "Wisdom the first thing." The class have adopted ox red and white as class colors.



From Ontario County Journal 25 May 1894

Victor, N. Y. -
Following is a list of names of students in the Union School who will graduate in regular course in June: Rachella Bennett, Nelson Lobdell, Oscar F. Smith, Louie B. Salter, Inez C. Ladd, Isabel Ellis, Belle James, Edna L. Proseus, Eva Ransom, Clara B. Fisher, Addie E. Rose.



From Ontario County Journal 1 June 1894

East Bloomfield, N. Y. -
The next Regents examination of the Union School will be held June 11 to 15. In March, more answer papers were sent, and fewer papers were rejected by the Regents than at any time since examinations have been held in the school. As a result of this examination, the following pupils will received preliminary certificates: Claude Burrett, Frank Gleason, DeMerrill Ingraham, William Santry, Maurice Taylor and Agnes Appleton; 20 count certificates will be granted to Henry Arnold, Joseph Chase, Henry Ricketson and Susan Peeling; 30 count certificates to William Ham Smith and Myra Donnelly; and 40 county to Clara Chase and Mary Smith.



From Ontario County Journal 29 June 1894

Rushville, N. Y. -
The following are home for their summer vacations: Misses Helen Loomis, Addie Harkness, Alice Blodgett, Irma White, from the Geneseo Normal; Miss Helen Pearce from Honeoye Falls; Josie Twichell, Lizzie and Arthur Jackson from Brockport Normal; Miss Julia Tyrney from Atlanta.



From Ontario County Journal 31 August 1894

Port Gibson, N. Y. -
The following young people commenced school at Newark last Monday: Seneca Smith, Herman LaRue, Willie Snyder, Benj. Throop and Lois Terry.



From Ontario County Journal 7 September 1894

Rushville, N. Y. - Alice Blodgett, Anna Loomis
and Addie Harkness have returned to the Geneseo Normal School; Mamie Green, Lizzie Jackson and Addie Sutfin to the Brockport Normal School; Dixie Williams to the Albany Normal School.



Quite a number of Canandaigua boys will return to college Monday, among them being Kenneth Hicks, who goes to Colgate; J. Arden Ferguson, to Hamilton; and Asher P. Nichols, Edward Bates, Carl Lansing, William Wilson to Hobart.



From Ontario County Journal 14 September 1894

Victor, N. Y. -
Officers in the Whittier and Longfellow societies of the grammar department of the Union School were this week elected as follows: president, Jennie Snyder; vice-president, Blanche George; Longfellow society president, Florence Barnette; vice-president, Robert Higinbotham.

Victor sends an unusually large delegation of young men and women away to advance schools this year. To Geneseo have gone John Egan, Cassie Brown, Gertrude Reeves, Stuart McVean, Charles Atkins, Edna L. Proseus, and Belle E. James. Nelson L. Lobdell will leave next week for St. Lawrence University at Canton, N. Y. to spend several years in a classical and theological course. Miss Libbie Conover and Miss Isabel Ellis will go to Granger Place school at Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Journal 5 October 1894

The following pupils of the Stanley Public School belong to the Roll of Honor for scholarship for the month of September: Senior department - Willis Edwards, Dicie Preston, Marian Shepherd, Jessie Duggleby, Fannie Smith, Jennie Moran, Alice Fake, Lottie Whitney, Bertha Putnam, May Ross; Primary department - Alice Doyle, Maggie Cameron, Lee Sprague, Zillah Whitney, Edna Read, Abbie Roche, Lena Bohle, Ida Washburn, Tommy Loughlin, Myer Lawrence.



From Ontario County Journal 9 November 1894

Victor, N. Y. -
The following is the Honor Roll in the Grammar department of the Union School for the past week: Louis Childs, Charles Fisher, Will McMahon, Florence Barnette, Maggie Byrne, Jennie Snyder, Will Green, John McCarthy, Ernest Newman, Louis Rugg, Alice Eighme, Agnes Higinbotham, Minnie Levet, Myrtle Newman, Camilla Sale, Bernice Stubbs.



From Ontario County Journal 16 November 1894

Victor, N. Y. -
The following list of pupils contains the names of those in the intermediate department who received blue cards at the end of last month, denoting an average standing of 95 percent or more: Maude Thompson, Townsend Curtice, Leslie Loomis, Arthur Turner, Bushnell Osborne, Maida Snyder, Henry Osborne, Gertrude Henehan, George VanVechten, May Vandenburg.



From Ontario County Journal 7 December 1894

Stanley, N. Y. -
The following pupils of the public school belong to the roll of honor for the month of November: Primary department - Mary Cameron, Maggie Cameron, Mamie Costello, Maud Moody, Hattie Kinney, Zillah Whitney, Lucile Washburn, Sara Conners, Tommie Loughlin, Mary Duell; Senior department - Alice Fake, Lee Sprague, Dicie Preston, Fannie Dugglesby, Willis Edwards, Jessie Dugglesby, Bertha Putnam, Kittie Roche, May Ross. Lottie Whitney.



From Victor Herald 5 January 1895

The following pupils in the intermediate department have received blue cards for the past month: Fred Talmadge, Francis Whelan, Bertha Concanon, Hattie Weitzel, Martin Fitzgerald, Mortie Locke, Leslie Loomis, Joseph Hurley, Bushnell Osborne, Ernest Hopkins, Mae Mead, May VanDenburgh, Gertrude Henehan, Roy Bowerman, Mary Talmadge, Nora Egan, Lizzie McMahon, Jean Ladd, Ella Ransom, Alfred Murphy, Eva Naracong, Patrick Fitzgerald, Willie Byrnes.



From Ontario County Journal 8 March 1895

Stanley, N. Y. -
The roll of honor in the public school for the month of February is as follows: Senior department: Maurice Cameron, Celia Doyle, Fannie Duggleby, Willis Edwards, Jessie Duggleby, Fannie Smith, Alice Fake, Frank Whitney; Intermediate department: Maggie Cameron, Marian Shepherd, Mary Cameron, Geo. Preston; Primary department: Hattie Whitney, Zillah Whitney, Maude Moody, Frank Preston, Lucille Washburne, Sara Connors, Frank Grant, Ward Monagle.



From Ontario County Journal 22 March 1895

The class of '95 of the Union Free school have elected the following officers: President, Merton Hall; vice-president, Florence VanWormer; secretary, Lizzie Lindner; treasurer, Blanche Brockelbank; valedictorian, Helen M. Latting; salutatorian, Loe G. Voak; poet, Margaret Harris; historian, Mary O'Keefe; prophet, Lettie Penoyer; medleyist, Isabelle Van Wie; chestnut resurrector, Jennie Robinson. The class colors are pale blue and old gold. The class has eighteen members, all girls except the president, Merton Hall.



From Ontario County Journal 29 March 1895

The class of '95 of Victor Union school has elected its officers as follows: President, Frank Harley Bowerman; vice-president, Fred John Connelly; secretary and treasurer, Michael James Sullivan. They have chosen for class colors garnet and white, and their motto, "Vide ut scias."



From Ontario County Journal 5 April 1895

Bristol Springs, N. Y. - James Gelder and sister, May,
are home from Keuka college, where the former has been attending school, and the latter visiting.



The following are the officers of the graduating class of Shortsville Union school: President - Madge E. Howland; vice-president, Etta A. Burchard; secretary, M. Louise Mason; treasurer, J. Harvey Pettit; class poet, Mabel Mercereau.



From Naples Record 15 May 1895

The members of the graduating class of '95 of Naples Union School held a meeting Friday, May 10, and elected the following officers: President, John C. Morgan, Jr.; Vice-president, Maude E. Washburne; Secretary, Anna J. Baader; Treasurer, Aida M. Shuman.



From Ontario County Journal 28 June 1895

East Bloomfield, N. Y. -
The following teachers and scholars have returned home for their summer vacation: Miss Fannie Brunson from Waterville; Miss Clara Mason from Spring Valley; Miss Minnie Kingsbury from Wells College; Miss Lizzie Howes from Fairport Union School; Misses Maud and Alice Hallock from Geneseo; and Sherman Steele from Lyons High School.



Naples, N. Y. - Large audiences attended the closing exercises of the Union school last week, and there was great interest manifested. There were eight graduates this year, all of whom acquitted themselves well. They were Maude R. Washburne, Aida M. Shuman, Anna J. Baader, Eva M. Gams, Katherine M. Powers, John C. Morgan, Jr., Stephen A. Story, Christopher Koby. The annual meeting of the alumni Friday evening fairly jammed the Academy hall. President A. H. Watkins presided. There were an inspiring piano solo by Mrs. B. W. Mosher; vocal solo by Mrs. Cross; cornet solo by Dana Clement of Rochester, who was also one of the orchestra; Miss Caroline Wisewell recited "The Sioux Chief's Daughter" finely, and the address of Principal Noll upon "The Alumnus in Life" was, indeed, a masterly effort, and thoroughly appreciated.



From Ontario County Journal 6 September 1895

Reed's Corners, N. Y. -
Among those who began school at Canandaigua this week are Miss Annie Babbitt, Miss Minnie Washburn, Miss Marian Elwell, Misses Ina and Edna Salisbury, Miss Florence Harvey and Thomas Henry.



From Geneva Daily Times 20 September 1895

Canandaiguans gone to college this week are: George W. Gillette, Lynn Norris, William Tracey, Guy McGowan and R. McOmber, at Williams; J. Arden Ferguson, at Hamilton; John Conway and Martin Clancey, at St. Andrew's Theological Seminary, Rochester; Dennis McCormack, at St. Bernard's Theological Seminary, Rochester; Asher P. Nichols and Edward Bates, Hobart; Misses Alice Rochford and May Donnelly, at Sacred Heart Convent, Rochester; John Flannigan, Jr. and William O'Leary, at Georgetown University.



From Geneva Daily Times 26 September 1895

Stanley, N. Y. -
Among other young people from Stanley attending school at Geneva, we notice James Grant, Edward Bristol, Misses Jessie Read, Fanny Duggleby, Jesse Duggleby, May Preston and Nettie Preston. Most of them are in the teachers' training class. Miss Edna Hill is again attending Granger Place School at Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Journal 13 December 1895

Miller's Corners, N. Y. -
The Misses Lida and Alma Parrish, Oliver Dibble and Leslie Dibble left for Lima this week to commence the winter term of school at the seminary.



From Geneva Daily Times 17 January 1896

Hopewell Centre, N. Y. -
The following named pupils of school district No. 6, town of Hopewell, stood 90 percent or more in their studies during the four weeks ending Dec. 24, 1895:  Lily McMurray, Elsie Spangle, Florence Benham, Fred Fiero, Charlie Robinson, Roy Spangle, James Edwards, Henry Spangle, Eddie Mannix, Daniel Mannix, Fred Edwards, Frank Silvernail, Henry McMurray, Patrick Sullivan and Ray Edwards.



From Ontario County Journal 3 April 1896

Canandaigua collegians at home for Easter holidays are: Victor Someskeoy, George Gillette, Lynn Norris, from Williams; Kenneth Hicks from the Long Island Medical College; Horace Cooper, from Albany College of Pharmacy; Asher P. Nichols, Edward Bates, W. J. Wilson, from Hobart; Asa B. Priest, Will Sutherland, from Cornell; Frank Booth, Warren Hutchens from Philadelphia Dental College.



From Ontario County Journal 24 April 1896

The class of '96, Naples Union school, promises to be the largest in its history. It will number fourteen. Miss Hattie Granby is its president, Terry Fulkerson, secretary and treasurer; Miss Laura E. Clarke, class prophet, and Miss Alice Knickerbocker, class historian.



From Ontario County Journal 15 May 1896

Phelps, N. Y. -
The graduating class of '96 of the Phelps Union Classical school are getting themselves in readiness for the coming commencement exercises which will take place in Gibson Hall Friday evening, June 26. The class numbers nine and are as follows: George Raines, president; Nellie Weston, vice-president; Mamie B. O'Dell, secretary; Lewis Salisbury, treasurer; Frank Avery, salutatorian; Wm. J. Norton, Burret Anderson, Bertha Wright, valedictorian, Carl Wisewell, class prophet.



From Ontario County Journal 5 June 1896

Victor, N. Y. -
The commencement exercises will be held in the Methodist church this year. The following are to graduate: Roy G. Strong, Cassie M. O'Neil, Anna Wallace, Inna P. Reed, Hebe L. Berry, Florence E. Booth, Maggie Byrne, Dasie Tomilson, Marian Lobdell.



The graduating class of the Union school will hold class day exercises on the evening of June 22, and graduating exercises on the evening of June 23. The following scholars will take part in the class day exercises: Oscar Buckelew Johnson, Martha Crawford Hart, Esther Parmelia Gates, Charles Wilson Emery, Bessie Hannah Maltman, Laura Gooding Smith, Harry Barton Ogden, Frances Gertrude Bates, Josephine Eugenia Gibson, Lucretia Elizabeth Adams. These scholars will take part in the graduating exercises: Candice Birdseye, Edna Alwilda Standish, George Conyne, Helen Isabel Martin, Cora Bell Spencer, Mary Florence Johnson, Enos Booth, Edith Wheeler, Katheryn Helena Bolger, Anna Isabel Wyville, Florence Belinda Henry, Marie Elizabeth Lewis. The class motto is "Thought reaps its own Reward."



From Ontario County Journal 19 June 1896

Shortsville, N. Y. -
The graduating exercises of the Union school will be held in the Presbyterian church on Tuesday evening. The graduates are: Misses Susie Langdon, Ina Warfield, Clara Wilson and Alson Upham, Arthur Smith, Arthur Brown.



From Ontario County Journal 3 July 1896

The new officers of the Alumni association of Naples Union school and academy are: President, S. F. Lincoln; vice-presidents, John Vermilye, Margaret Parrish, W. Terry Fulkerson, Elizabeth Pottle, Clara Cleveland; secretary, J. A. Bartholomew; treasurer, John Morgan.



From Ontario County Journal 11 September 1896

Reed's Corners, N. Y. -
Among the pupils at the Canandaigua Union school are Miss Minnie Washburn, Marion Elwell, Ina and Edna Salisbury, Anna Babbett of this place.



From Ontario County Journal 30 October 1896

Phelps, N. Y. -
Among the many out-of-town old pupils of the Vienna school were Melville Smith of New York; Harvery C. McLeod of Troy; Ansel Whitmore of Allen, Mich.; Mrs. Louisa Peck Anderson of Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. Jenny Smith Page of Madison, Wis; Miss Ella Hildreth of Rochester; and Mr. Covert of West Troy. There were many others from Rochester, Canandaigua, Newark, Waterloo and other nearby points.



From Ontario County Journal 23 April 1897

Canandaigua Union School will graduate thirteen pupils this term as follows: William Brady, Anna Babbitt, Minnie Louise Tuohey, Agnes, Irene Farrell, Ella Cecelia Keough, Rufus Kingsbury, Margaret Booth, Harriet Isabel Cone, Julia Isabelle Cross, Merta Lucy Pressey, Edith Mabel Puffer, Charles F. Walter, Alice Isabelle Davidson. William Brady has been elected valedictorian and Miss Anna Babbitt a salutatorian of the class. The class president -elect is Miss Merta Pressey. Class colors are two shades of heliotrope.



From Ontario County Journal 7 May 1897

The '97 graduating class of the Clifton Springs Union and Classical school consists of the following members: Nellie A. Turner, Mary Kirby, Cornelia Wetmore, Albert Bosshart and John H. Bosshart. At a meeting held on Wednesday afternoon, the following officers were elected: president, John H. Bosshart; vice-president, Cornelia Wetmore; secretary and treasurer, Mary Kirby.



From Ontario County Journal 18 June 1897

East Bloomfield, N. Y. - 
Closing examinations are being held in the Union school this week. the commencement exercises will be held in the Congregational church on Tuesday evening, June 22, at which time the following members of the school will graduate: Miss Lucy Buell, Miss Susie Peeling and Miss Lena Mason. The Rev. M. Luther Stimson will deliver the baccalaureate sermon on Sunday evening in the Congregational church.



Naples, N. Y. - Miss Laura Clarke is home from Elmira college; J. C. Morgan, Jr. and C. Koby, from Cornell; Miss Eunice Cleveland, W. B. Thrall and Leslie V. Case from Geneseo Normal, where all of them graduated; also Miss Susie Tozer, Oscar Knepel and sister, Miss Olga Knepel of Rochester, have been making the tour of the town and surroundings.



Victor, N. Y. -  The graduating exercises of the Victor High school will be held on Friday afternoon, June 25, at the Methodist church. The graduates are Robert Childs, Ina Greene, Mildred Hunt, Maude Spring and Edith Timmerman.



From Ontario County Journal 15 October 1897

The following football team, of which the average weight is 150 pounds, has been organized at the union school: Manager, Charles Coe; captain, George Ellis; other players, E. Harris, Herbert Ellis, A. Davidson, James Pierson, Asher Rob,
Jason Parrish, Robert Hill, Robert Grace,
John Gleason, Arthur Simmons and Ray Stokoe.



From Ontario County Journal 7 January 1898

Stanley, N. Y. -
The scholars returning to Geneva Union school are: Miss Alice Fake, Miss Adelaide Barden, Charles Rice and William Ross. George Driscoll has gone to Penn Yan Academy; and Charles Preston to Canandaigua.



From Ontario County Journal 29 April 1898

The graduating class of the Union High school has been organized with following officers: President, Lillian O'Dell; vice-president, Jason Parrish; secretary and treasurer, Alex. Davidson, Jr.; historian, Henry Gage; prophet, Margaret Quinn; salutatorian, Rose Riley; valedictorian, Edward A. Henry.



From Ontario County Journal 20 May 1898

Phelps, N. Y. -
The graduating class of the Union and Classical school for '98 numbers seven persons, as follows: Earl Warner, president; Elsie Picks, vice-president; Leonard Armstrong, secretary; Anna Brophy, salutatorian; Winifred Wright, class historian; Roy Rockefeller, treasurer and class prophet; Lina White, valedictorian.



Shortsville, N. Y. - The members of the graduating class of the Union school are Bertha Klinck, Debby Record and Robert Stewart.



From Ontario County Journal 17 June 1898

The commencement exercises of the Union High school will begin on Sunday evening when Rev. H. Wyse Jones will deliver the baccalaureate sermon before the graduates in the Presbyterian church. The graduates are Lillian O'Dell, Jason Parrish, Alexander Davidson, Jr., Henry Gage, Margaret Quinn, Rose Riley, Edward Henry, Edward Harris and Charles White.



From Ontario County Journal 24 June 1898

Naples, N. Y. -
Commencement exercises of the High school, while not quite so elaborate this year as formerly, were of much interest. The graduating class numbers seven: Misses Minnie Everitt, Beulah Oakley, Ida Cleveland, Mabel Manahan, Alice Lyon, Messrs. Lynn Fulkerson, William Megreevy.



From Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 25 June 1898

Wednesday evening at St. Mary's parochial school in Canandaigua the following will be graduated: Misses Bessie Doyle, Anna Droney, Margaret Conroy, Mary Morrell, Marie McGregor, Sarah Gilfoil; Messrs. John Bergin, John Kennedy, sm James Donivan, William Joseph Donivan, William H. Powers, Patrick H. Turner, Daniel Quigley, Austin Allen.



From Ontario County Journal 1 July 1898

Manchester, N. Y. -  Roy Macumber,
who graduated from Williams college last week, is spending the vacation with his parents here.



Phelps, N. Y. - The annual reception given by the Union and Classical School Alumni association in Gibson hall last Tuesday evening was, as usual, a very pleasant gathering. About 200 were present. The hall was beautifully decorated with bunting, flags, etc., and presented a very handsome appearance. Mrs. W. A. Howe, the retiring president, had charge of the ceremonies and filled her position with grace and dignity. The following officers for '99 were elected: President, George Raines, '96; vice-presidents, Elizabeth E. Avery, '90, Leah Smith, '93, Lewis Benton, '95, Earl Warner, '98; secretary, George Wisewell, '97; treasurer, Lewis Salisbury, '96.



From Ontario County Journal 1 July 1898

The following pupils of the Union school have won places on the roll of honor: First grade, Agnes Collis, Clarence Brown; second grade, Addie Larney, Gordon Lee, Charles Saxton, Frederick Maggs, Mary Jones, Henry Barrett, Elmer Cushman, Lemma Larney; third grade, Harry Lee, Earl Maggs, Nellie Henry, John Collins, Earl Johnson, Burrell Cappon, Ethel Newman, Edelie Ashley, Charles Foley, Blanche Brown, Lena Eighmey, May Pierce; fourth grade, Arthur Burnett, Willie Huebeler, Harrison Smith, Charles Wicks, William Flynn, Fannie Cox, Harold Boswell, Harland Evans, William Smith, Nina Kinde, Cordelia Parkhurst, Kathryn Griffith, Frank Knapp, Willie Boyle, Wolcott Clausen, Henry Howe, Philip Vandenbergh, Willie Evans, Mary Fogarty; fifth grade, Elsworth Deuel, Warner Ellis, George Van Anden, Ethel Davidson, Clarence Brown, Arthur Hall, Bertha Cox, Eva Flint, Glemin Dubel, Charlotte Jones, Ethel Pervell, Bertha Case, Clyde Benson, Elsie McKechnie, Bertha Cooper, Bertha Campbell, Ethel Powell, Edna Williams, Claude Thomas; sixth grade, Warren Campbell, Raymond Fitzmorris, Lucas Henry, Edith Pervill, Fred Douglass, Roy Dunham, George Bridgman, Oliver Gregg, Carl Thompson, James Howe, Harold Benham, Leo Levy, John Raines, Newton Pervill, Ruth Reed, Dieu Meguffer; seventh grade, Iva Callister, J. Allen Cooley, Zenas Davis, Walter Depew, Ray Douglass, Elsa Huebeler, Isaphine Tracey, Helen Leighton, Emma Monagle, Emma Robinson, Josephine Scott; eighth grade, Arthur Harris, Robert Knapp, Albert Raymond, Melvin Weller, Maurice Dubel, Fred Benham, Elmer Gunnison, Claude Hellenbeck, Fred Lundy, Gertrude Dunham; academic, Edward A. Henry, Robert W. Hill, Ruby Baldwin, John W. Henry, Gruer Hawley, Edna Campbell, Emma Douglass, Agnes Keough, Alice Ottley, John Cooley, Jessie May Caywood, Charles S. Wilson.



Wednesday evening, the closing exercises of St. Mary's school were held in Bemis hall. Rev. Dennis English presented diplomas to the following graduates: John Bergin, John Kennedy, William Joseph Donnovan, William James Donnovan, William B. Powers, Patrick H. Turner, Daniel Quigley, Austin Allen, William Carroll, Anna Downey, Margaret Conroy, Mary Morrell, Marie McGregor, Sarah Gilfoil, Bessie Doyle.



Clifton Springs, N. Y. - Foster Adams,
who has been attending school at Cazenovia, is now for the summer vacation.

John R. Gillett,
of this village, graduated from St. Lawrence university last week. He has secured a position in the northern part of the state as teacher. Miss Mary Kirby, who has attended the Cortland Normal school, returned to her home in this village and left on Wednesday of last week for a stay at the Thousand Islands.



From Ontario County Journal 2 December 1898

Manchester, N. Y. - 
School report for November. Number of pupils registered, 150. Names of pupils who have attained a class standing of 90 or more: Academic - Alice Cole, Bertha Knapp, Minnie Wilson, James Everetts, Harry Huntley, John Johnson, Charles LaBounty, William Smith, Hattie VanArsdale. Pre-academic - Annabel Johnson, Mary VanDuyne, Clara Turner, Charles Covell, Arthur Hoffmire, Clara VanArsdale, Frank Rogers, Ethel McLouth, Willson VanArsdale. Sixth grade - Stanley Post, Courtney Randall, Mildred Randall, Lena Grant, Mollie Macumber, Blanche Houston. Fifth grade - Bessie Allison, Charles Smith, Hugh Hawkes. Fourth grade - Angelina Garno, Dora Hyde, Marion King, Frances McComb, Bessie Morris, Olive Post, Albert Covell, Howard Herendeen. Third grade - Wilda Hawkes, Cherry Randall, Katherine Barry, Cynthia LeRoy, Florence Allison, Sarah Sprague, Lizzie Wright. Second grade - Grace Cox, Belle Rodney, Roy Rice, Herbert Smith, Edwin VerPlanck, Ainsworth Bennett, Raymond Fairchild, Marshall Garno, John Houston, Edward Smith, Ruth Stevens, Frank Sprague. First grade - Gordon Cole, Jacob Cornelius, Esther Fairchild, Stewart Hawkes, Henry Jones, Frank LeRoy, Floribel Turner, Alice VanDuyne, May Willson, Joseph, Pulling, Clara McNish.



From Ontario County Journal 23 December 1898

Phelps, N. Y. -
Among the young people who are spending their holiday vacations at home are: Willis Holbrook and John Middaugh of the Buffalo Dental college; William and Charles Norton from the Mt. Hermon school, Northfield, Mass.; Lewis Benton from Schenectady; and William Namack from Cornell.



From Ontario County Journal 30 December 1898

Phelps, N. Y. -
Among the young students who are spending their holiday vacations at home are Miss Lizzie Tout and Miss McBurney from Brockport Normal school; Miss Ethel Severance from Syracuse; Miss Linda Holmes and Miss Estella Lester from Albany.



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