Frederick Burnet about age 9 in this picture. The kingston Daily freeman 21 Oct 1946.
Pupils Contribute to U. S. O. the on the pavp- uni- : He i I i | I I : : ! j I The boys and giris at School No. 7 collected 534.70 for the U.S.O. drive. Each room tried to 9x12 inch U.S.O. poster with coins and the children contributed wholeheartedlly. Five rooms filled posters. Mrs. Weber's class lead with $4.67; Mrs. Harder'! class ran close second with $4.63; Miss Brown's class was third with $4.54; Miss Salzman's room was fourth with $3.88; and Miss fifth with S2.80. The children above are holding the collections from the five leading rooms. The and girls felt a keen desire to make the drive a success and cooperated 1009r. Above front left a Carolyn DuBois. Nancy Herzog, Donna Smith and Annette Katz. Back row left to right Mary Donnelly, Frederick Burnett. Burton Deitz, Jean Milliken, Sandra Margolis and Sanford Greene. ~~ man Photo) I (Free-