Welcome to the History Corner!
Celebrating the rich history of Port Byron, New York, an old Erie Canal village in the Town of Mentz. This site is dedicated to the legacy and heritage of our community as well as a variety of regional historical tidbits. I hope you enjoy your visit and will stop by again.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Student Humor

The Port Byron library has a wonderful Year Book collection in their history room. It is always fun to look back at our school and the many people that would walk our halls. One thing I quickly noticed was that the school colors were not always Maroon & White. In the early years they were Orange and Black. They also did not have an official mascot in the early years. They used the standard education torch as their logo.

In turning the pages, I stumbled across a class history that was so cleverly written, rather than transcribe it; I thought I would post it exactly as it appeared in the yearbook. This is simply a sign that humor has always been alive and well in our students.

Enjoy!

(For enlarged view, click image below)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love the story. Very clever even for the stone age..ha ha....
Mary Anne Gibson Allen
Class of 1975

Anonymous said...

what wonderful history we have that i was unaware of! we all should be proud of the heritage of history we have in our home town and can share with future generations even if you live miles away. i know i am. norma ( roe ) miles