Front row - left to right:
Doris Gearing Gough, Mary
Ryan, Cora Nichols, Helen Scherer Hardick, Albert Berndt
Second row - left to right:
Georgia Kime Canonie, Verna
Shafer Westdorp, Helen Hughes, Adelaide Fisk, Clarence Dyer, Raymond Floate
Third row - left to right:
Helen Combes Willmeng, Mildred
Conklin Lightner, Florence Hradecky Sieber, Robert Galbreath, Robert Hoffman,
Howard Harris, Dorothy Garner Pomeroy, Martha Myers Shindeldecker
Fourth row - left to right:
Jack Hamann, Gerald Kabel, Gordon
Turner, LaVerne Spaulding, Robert Wilkinson, Oliver Furlan
Not pictured: Helen Bailey - completed exams after graduation and was
considered a member of the Class of 1933.
Married names of ladies are noted when known.
Notes by Ray Floate:
- The Class of 1933 was the first at Hartford High to wear caps and
- Nine rural class members received blank diplomas at the time of graduation.
President Roosevelt had declared the famous Bank Holiday, freezing all bank
accounts. Rural school tuition funds were frozen and the Village School
Board opted to deny diplomas without tuition. Somewhat later, diplomas
were issued and the bank funds released.