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From left is Susan Kohlhagen (Long) pushing the family lawn mower with her sister, Carol (Hamlin) canada goose jacket uk and in the next photo, little sister, canada goose outlet paypal Karen (Wallace) is taking care of business on a warm, summer day. The Kohlhagens were our neighbors on Love Road in Grandyle Village and I took the snapshots in their backyard in 1954. Sue now lives in in Nunda, NY with her husband, Jeff. Karen has stayed on the Island with her husband, Scott and family, and Carol and her husband, Dave, raised their two daughters in the house on Love Road where the Kohlhagen girls grew up.
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This is the Grand Island Junior/Senior High School as it looked in September 1963 when it opened for the first time canada goose uk to grades seven through ten. Principal and Assistant Principal of the new school on Ransom Road were Dr. Clyde Eidens and Henry Fessard repectively. By moving one grade level higher each year, the Class of 1966 became the first twelfth grade and the first graduating class on Grand Island. Approximately 300 Grand Island students were attending off Island senior high schools with the majority of the Island’s eleventh and twelfth grade students enrolled in Kenmore East and Kenmore West High Schools. When the Grand Island Middle School opened April 14, 1969, the high school housed grades 9 12. For a more complete story by my mother, the late Marion E. Klingel, click Building of GIHS.
Editor’s note: The following was written by my mother, the late Marion E. Klingel, for the Grand Island Record in 1999.
A growing problem (rats) made headlines in the November 1943 Buffalo Evening News and in the January 1944 issue of the nationally distributed Life Magazine. Pictures in the magazine included one of Islander Robert DeGlopper and another of the then small boy and Grand Island Town Clerk Elsie E. Stamler. « Farm Boy Discovers Ray Bounty Bonanza » the News headed its story, adding, « Pests Prefer Bait in Private, Says Expert. » It then went on to tell about Erie County’s war against rats and a control program getting underway on the William Kaegebein farm on Whitehaven Road. Life’s picture caption of Elsie and DeGlopper was canada goose outlet uk interesting indeed, informing readers that it was taken as the boy was handing 83 rat tails to the town clerk. Why? Because the county had offered a bounty of three cents each in its war against the vermin!
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