Hannibal Historical Society To Host 1950s ‘Class’

HANNIBAL, NY – On April 27 at 7 p.m. at the Community Center on Oswego Street, the members of the Hannibal Historical Society and their guests will be spending the evening with Louise Kellogg.

Kellogg taught at the Hannibal Central School from September 1951 until February 1966 when she transferred to the Cato-Meridian Central School where she worked until her retirement in June 1984.

Kellogg will recall a typical Monday morning in a 1950s elementary school classroom.

She’ll be taking attendance, making announcements and collecting bank and lunch money in addition to teaching.

Those who have volunteered to be her students will strive to become the teacher’s pet or will be the bad girls and boys.

The evening will provide not only entertainment, but insight into the classroom of the 1950s.

Kellogg would enjoy seeing former students participate in this event.

The presentation is open to the public.

After-school snacks will be served.