Fonda Fultonville High School - Caughnawagan Yearbook (Fonda, NY)

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"" Ji v ,....7,- 'V . .f'1-5 af - THE CLASS OF 1945 PRESENTS THE CLERMONT CLARION 't' E v FULTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FULTONVILLE, NEW YORK YEARBOOK STAFF CLASS OF 1945 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Ernest Ninneman ASSISTANT EDITOR Donald Stevens BUSINESS MANAGERS Norma Post, Gladys Codclington ADVERTISING MANAGERS Betty Olmstead, Margaret Ann Ruclc, Robert Christiana, Ernest Ninneman PHOTO EDITORS John Colburn, Kenneth Noeltner, Robert France CLASS ROSTER Betty Olmstead CLASS WILL Ellen Horton, Dorothy Anderson, Caroline Newkirk CLASS PROPHECY Wilbur Winsman CLASS HISTORY Wilbur Winsman JUNIOR EDITOR Marion Egelston SOPHOMORE EDITOR Mary Ryan FRESHMAN EDITOR Alice Snowden ACTIVITY EDITORS Kenneth Noeltner, Kenneth Minch TYPISTS Betty Olmstead, Margaret Ann Ruclc, Kenneth Minch, Kenneth Noeltner, Donald Stevens, Ernest Ninne- man FACULTY ADVISOR Miss Dorothy Miller FOREWORD This book serves as a symbol of the many cherished memories we hold of the happy days, months, and years spent at Fultonville High School. DEDICATED TO DOROTHY S. MILLER by the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Five in appreciation of her assistance, patience, and endeavors in guiding us through our Senior Year. V i ,ss .xi A-gi ' f k,,x:.xx-, , ef . Yxyxl' ' I f i., gyflxf-RL? A fl ff Oki-ffl' A T1 , 'sli t ' Q few 'c b w . L 'Q , 'ik' WSH 5 ., gf- f W vm!! , A 5 :, .Q 13:5 . .18 V? 5 X 'kilflf ,ggaag N y i .,. . - Ji -if y "vita, DOROTHY S. MILLER FULTONVILLE UNION FREE SCHOOL Fultonville Union Free and High School has been organized uncler the Regents of the State of New York for over 35 years. The present building was constructed in 1923-24. ORMONDE F. SCISM Supervising Principal PVT. CHARLES H. HOLDORF United States Air Corps LIEUT. RONALD H. SMITH United States Navy Earl Frederick Wesley Raym FULTONVILLE His:-1 sci-loot HONOR ROLL Robert Adams Robert Anderson Woodrow Anderson Anthony Arminio Robert Arminio Clifford Ballou Edith Beyer Gladys Block Howard Bellows, Jr. Louis Blumenstalk Howard Borden John Borden Floyd Borden Dr. Malcolm Bouton H. Alma Brooks Arthur Brothers Frank Brumley 'Robert Brumley Charles Burke Doris Campbell Duane Carpenter Emery Carpenter Harry Carpenter Franklyn Carroll David Cassedy William A. T. Cassedy, Jr. James Cassedy Anthony Ceretto Frank Ceretto . DeForest Christiance Donald Christman Bernardo Colasanti Wilbur Colburn Robert Cole James Colson Ralph Conway Harold Cook Kenneth Cooley Robert Cooley Arthur Cranker Howard Craver John Craver Robert Cross Richard Cullings Harris Dake Hollis Dake James Davis Nolan Davis Richard Deal Francis Dimond Ruth Ellis Jerry Emden Calvin Evans Dormer A. Faulknor Wayne Freeman James Friers Robert Gifford Laverne Gill Arthur Goody Thomas Harris Wallace Harris Raymond Hibbard Howard Hitchcock Charles Holdorf William Hovey Merle Hughes Bernard James Eugene James Jack James Thomas Jennings George Kehoe Kendall Ketchum Dewey Kilmartin Michael Kiskis Raymond Kiskis Donald Krahmer Douglas Krahmer Arthur Kruger Robert Klingbeil Carl Knudsen William Lathers, J Richard Lewis Richard Lusso Leland Lusso Henry Lusso Clinton Lang Henry Luck Harold Luft Maylon Luft Ralph Luft Paul Martin John Morford Donald Moore William Moore Arnold Newkirk Howard Owens John Owens Frank Paine Robert Paine Y. Virgil Reynolds John E. Ridder John Ridder, Jr. Floyd Rose Harold Rose Melvin Rose Everett Roosevelt Harry Roosevelt Robert Rounds William Ruck Wiilheld Ritch Francis Sager Douglas Shepard Margery Shepard John Simeone Harold Simpson Fred W. Singer Charles L. Skinner Harold Skinner Ronald H. Smith Charles Stephenson Arthur Stockwell Anthony Squillace James Ten Eyck John Thompson Thomas Tuites James Turnbull Robert Turnbull Joseph Tylutki Robert Van Alstyne Harold Van Der Veer Leland Van Der Veer Louis Van Dusen Alfred Van Epps Craig Voorhees Edward Voorhees Howard Vrooman Amos Walker Jacqueline Wemple John Webb Sigmund Wojcik Laverne Wrobel Paul Wrobel George Wadsworth Thomas N. Palmatier 'David Winsman Kenneth Pangburn 'Frank Peeler Clifton Philbrook Clinton Philbrook Harold Philbrook Frank Winsman,Jr. Bernap Wilder Burton C. Wessell Harry Winters Robert Winters Elizabeth Podma'ersk J Y William Whipple George Podmajersky Fred Wiltey Alexander Fauteux John Podmajersky Edward Fisher William Fish Francis Foody 'Francis Fonda Thomas Fox A. William Fox William Fox Paul Podmajersky Katherine Pulis Robert Pulis Hazlett Quackenbush 'Lawrence Quackenbush Otis Quackenbush Frank Raym "'-Died in the service of their country. Howard Yurkewecz Bruce Yates Burton Yates Marie Brott Harvey Donaldson Milton Ecker Robert Minch Paul Moran FACULTY URMONIJIC lf. SCISM, Principal-Chemistry1 li. S. St. l.axx'renCe L'nix'er- sity. N. QX. New York State College for Teaelters. ID.-X li. .NRCIICRSINGlCR----Sth grade: Oneonta State Normal. YIYIHN Cf HICRGICN-V-Social Studies: QX. H. XYells Kollege. lfI.URlfNC'l'Q H. CHRlSTl.'XN.tX-4SCie11ce and l,8.l1QllZ1fQ'C1 .X. H. Syracuse l. IllYCl'Sltj'. K.-XTIIRYN .'X. IXXXYSUN-6tli and 7th grades: Potsdam Normal. YlUI.li'l' lCl.l.lO'l"l'----Srcl and 4th grades: Oswego State Normal, XY.XYlil. t1IClfSl.liRflst and 2nd gradesg Oneonta State Normal, VIAMIQS MelfliliI.lfYfMathe1naties1 .-X. H. New York State College for Teachers. MARY lf. MlC'lllfl,S--lftiglisli and Lilwrary: Il. .Y and Bl. .Y Syraense l'nix'ersity. l'JtJRO'l'HY S. MII,I.IQR-Coinlneree1 li. S. New York State College for Teachers. M.XRli.XRli'l' M. Sl,l':NCil'1---l,Zll1g'llZ1QC and Seienee: ll, .X. Unr Lady of tlie lulms. lCI.HlCR'l' ll. S'I'UXlC!8tl1 grade and music: l'ortland Normal. First Row ---Miss Geesler. Miss Bergen. Mr. U. lf. Scism. Mrs. .-Xrgersinger. Mrs. c'l1l'iSllZlll21. Second Row-Bliss Mieliels. Mr. Elliott. Miss Miller. Bliss Dawson. Third Rowfhlr. Stone. Miss Spence, Mr. MeFeeley. CLASS or '45 By the Mohawk River Is a cozy little town, Always dressed so neatly, In a green or snow white gown. Sitting on the bank- Vvlatching boats go up and down. VVatching all her children As they start to go to school, Teaching them to read and write, And say the Golden Rule, Knowing in the future Each will be a precious jewel. Some jewels she will keep, And a few she will give away. They pledge to work with head, And hands and heart, every day And always do their best For Her and the U. S. A. We are Her jewels of forty-Hveg The red and the whiteg American Beauty Rose Stands for love and for right. Fultonville, we honor you- You showed us how to fight. -Ernie Ninneman DOROTHY ANDERSON KGDot!, "Weeks may pass and years may end. yet you will find in her a friend." Cooking Club, 1, 25 Chorus, 3, 43 Uperetta. 43 Minstrel Show, 3. ROBERT CHRISTIANA uHerc19 "Thou art long and lank and brown, as in the ribbed sea land." Advertising Manager Yearbook Staff: Science Club. lg Chorus. 45 Band, 3. 41 Uperetta. 4: Min- strel Show. 33 Dancing Club. 3. GLADYS CODDINGTON "Glad" "Nothing is so popular as kindness." Business Manager Yearbook Staff: Minstrel Show, 33 Senior Play, 43 Dancing Club, 33 Vice- President, 23 Secretary, 3, 4. JOHN COLBURN john "Mischief is afoot when I'1n on the scene." Science Club, l. 23 Newspaper Club. 43 Photo Editor Yearbook Staffg Minstrel Show, 33 Danc- ing Club, 3. MARION EGELSTON Marion "No sky is heavy if the heart be light." Operettzi. 4: junior Editor Yearbook Staff: lXlinstrel Show, 3: Senior Play: Home Econom- ics, l, Z3 Dancing Club, 3. ROBERT FRANCE lCB0b!! 'Z-X philosopher among many." Photo Editor Yearbook Staff: Science Club, l 3 Dancing Club. 3: Basketball, 1, 35 Soccer, 3, 4. ELLEN I-IORTON Ellen "A dimple in her chin, and a devil within." Newspaper Club, 15 Dancing Club, 2. 35 Chorus President, 43 Minstrel Show, 3: Qperetta, 4g Yearbook Staff, 4. KENNETH MINCH "Shorty" "Little men often make a big bang." Activity E d it o r Yearbook Staff: Minstrel Show, 35 Dancing Club. 3: Student Council, 3, 4. CAROLINE NEWKIRK "Blondie" "Her golden hair was clustered o'er the brow. bright with intelligence and fair and smooth." Senior Editor Yearbook Staff: Minstrel Show, 33 Dancing Club, 3g Student Council President, -l. ERNEST NINNEMAN "Ernie" "Sensible people End nothing useless." Science Club, 23 Chorus, 43 Band. 3, 4: Uperet- ta, 53 Editor-in-Chief Yearbook Staff: Dancing Club, 33 Senior Class President, Drainatics Club, 43 Student Council, -lg Senior Play: Minstrel Show, 3. KENNETH NOELTNER KCKenny!! "He drinks deep of the pure pleasure of rural life." Science Club, l, 23 Newspaper Club, 4: Activi- ty Editor Yearbook Staffg Minstrel Show, 33 Stu- dent Council, 45 Photo Editor Yearbook Stafi. BETTY OLMSTEAD Betty "A goddess most divinely tall and most divinely fair." Chorus Secretary, 3, -lg Uperetta. 4: Minstrel Show, 3: Senior Editor Yearbook Staff: Home Economics President, lg Dancing Club, 3: Sen- ior Playg President Sophomore Classg Student Council, 2. NORMA POST Norma "The inildest manner and gentlest heart." Home liconomics Club, l: Chorus, 2: News- paper Club, 3: Chorus, 33 Newspaper Club, 43 Treasurer Senior Class: Business Manager Year- book Stuff. MARGARET ANN RUCK llMidge!! 'SX heart that cannot wander." Senior liditor Yearbook Stahcg Advertising lXlanager Yearbook Staff: Minstrel Show, 35 Dancing Club, 3: junior Presidentg junior Var- sity Cheer Leader. 3: Treasurer Athletic Asso- ciation, 2. MARY RYAN UDaisy9l "Patience is the key to paradise." Sophomore Editor Yearbook: Minstrel Show, 3: Senior Play: Home Economics, 1, 2g Dancing Club, 3: Senior Play. ALICE SNOWDEN "Alice" "I laugh for I ani a jolly person." Freshmen Editor Yearbook Staffg Minstrel Show, 3: Dancing Club, 3g Home Economics, 1, 2: Senior Play. ESTHER THOMPSON Esther "Speech is great, but silence is greater." ary. WILBUR WINSMAN Wilbur "XVl1en joy and duty clash let duty go to smashf Science Club, l. 23 Newspaper Club, 1, 2, 3 tor Yearbook Staffg Minstrel Show, 3. EX-MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1945 PHILENA BOLSTER MELVIN ROSE DORIS MARIAN CHRISTIANCE HELEN SAWASKI JAMES DOUGLASS DORIS SHOUP WALTER DUFEL DONALD STEVENS BETTY KRAHMER ROBERT TRAVER HELMUTH MILLER DONALD WILTY HAROLD ROBINSON Transferred from Delhi High School in janu- Chorus, 3, 43 Band, 3. 43 Uperetta, 4: Senior Edi- JOHN SIMEONE Graduated from Fultonville High School in janu- ary. 1945. with a Regents Diploma. and now serving with the United States Infantry. During' his high school career he was very active. both in athletics and in extra-curricular activities. lle was president of the Student Council in his Senior year. MRS. MARJORIE HERRON Assistant to the Principal MR. GEORGE GILL School Custodian CLASS HISTORY "And now, at last. the four-year course is run." think the Seniors, with a retrospective glance at the past. The hard work and good times of the past four years spent together shall linger long in the memory of all. The fall of 1941 found our class entering their Freshman year with twenty-nine members. Our officers were: President, Doris Marion Chris- tianceg Vice-President, Walter Dufelg Secretary, Margaret Ann Ruckg Treas- urer, Donald 'VVilty. Miss Vivien Bergen was our class advisor. Although our money-making activities were limited, we did sell quite a few maga- zines. In june we enjoyed a picnic at Caroga Lake. We managed to survive the bewildering perplexities of our Freshman year and came safely through as Sophomores in 1942. XYe had one new- comer that year, james Douglass: and we also lost several of our other mem- bers, Doris Marion Christiance, Donald VVilty, P'hilena Bolster, Helmuth Miller, Helen Sawaski, Melvin Rose, and Harold Robinson. Our activities were directed by our President, Betty Olmsteadg Vice-President, john Si- meoneg Secretary and Treasurer, VValter Dufel. Mr. Thomas Tuits was our advisor. This was the year we purchased our class rings. We entered our junior year with the same number of students as when we were Sophomores. We chose as our officers: President, Margaret Ann Ruck, Vice-President, Walter Dufelg Secretary, Gladys Coddington: Treas- urer, Betty Krahmer. Our advisor was Miss Dorothy Miller. We selected as our motto "Excelsior," and our class colors were to be American Beauty Red and White. The highlight of our junior year was a very successful Min- strel Show, from which we realized 3150. In May we held our junior Prom. Our junior activities helped our finances considerably and left us with a brighter outlook for our Senior year. September, 1945, was the beginning of our last year at Fultonville High School. Little did we know what this Senior year was to hold for us. The first week of school we elected the following officers to guide us through this busy year: President, Ernest Ninnemang Vice-President. Marion Egelstong Secretary, Gladys Coddington, Treasurer, Norma Post. Miss Dorothy Mil- ler was again chosen our advisor. VVe immediately started making plans for ways in which we could make money to have a yearbook. As a result. we sold stationery, had a raffle, held card parties and dances. Spring came and also the Senior play. We chose a comedy, "Don't Darken My Door." It was successfully presented under the direction of Mr. james McFeeley. As Graduation drew nearer, things became more and more rushed for us. There was the last-minute sending of invitations, class day, graduation rehearsals. and finally the Senior Prom. Our Senior year came too quickly to an end. and before we knew it we were to be numbered among the Alumni. :Nin-EA -Er-UCE BBQ SEZ OE E Ewmm3U:m EE: A-BENQ BF-UNB EEA U-E5 mbegg .sv-bwgvow ENEUWEZ E232 UE 2 Ewmivq Ammon SI 2 VUE-E2 nga-OE 39:0 HOTEUND 44 5316 QNUENH :ga MSEUEW wk' EQ lsr-UHNU won 5555005 EEBEOU OES! 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ESU 'HOD oamz CLASS WILL We, the Class of 1945. believe ourselves to be in our right minds after four years of hard slaving. XVe believe ourselves to be of age. although we are told daily that we are infants: and so we have concluded the following Class NVill for the teachers and pupils. who will take over where we left off. For the Faculty and Staff we will the following: MR. SCISM: A better class of Seniors next year. MISS BERGEN: A fully equipped and modern kitchen for her Cooking Club. MISS SPENCE: A class of Spanish IV. MISS MILLER: An order of brand new Royals after the war. MR. MCFEELEY: Enough periods to teach all the mathematic classes he wants to. MISS MICHELS: A wedding ring to complete the set. MR. STONE: The right to be the proud papa of two famous band leaders. MISS GEESLER: A day nursery of her own. , MRS. ELLIOTT: Fewer little people to keep tract of. MISS DAVVSON: A homeroom without a set of twins. MRS. ARGERSINGER: A larger homeroom. MRS. CHRISTIANA: A Biology Lab. of her own. MRS. HERRON: A furlough for her husband. MR. GILL: VVindows run by remote control. THE BUS DRIVERS: Better roads next year. To the Board of Education we bequeath a portion of next year's budget for the Seniors' yearbook. For the juniors we will the following: RALPH ARMOR: A book on mathematics. MILDRED BRIGGS: A hope chest for the future. MINNIE COLASANTI: A telephone directory all her own. RUTH DOUCILASSI A family of girls for a change. DAVID FOODY: A girl. BETTY KRAHMER: A service man that is not her brother. DOROTHY MORFORD: Two straws to decide between her boy friends. EDITH MINCH: A muffler for her giggles. , RAY MORAN: A few inches in height. RALPH MCLACHLAN: The right to be next year's glamour boy. RALPH PENNER: An alarm clock that really works. EDDIE PODMAJERSKY: A car so that he won't have to walk to Fonda. ELIZABETH SAMARLIA: Success in the coming year. FRANCES SAMARUA: The right to wear make-up when she wants to. MARY SAMARUA: A book on how to be a good farmerette. EDITH STOCKVVELL: A boy friend. CONNIE SNYDER: An extra pair of glasses just in case. ROBERT TRAVER: A book on how to concentrate in study hall. PETER VROOMAN: A position in a famous orchestra. JEANNE YATES: A beacon to show the boys theway to her house. CLASS PROPHECY ' june 1955. Dear Readers: XVell, I thought you would like to know what happened to that Senior Class of 1945. They are all very successful in their individual fields now. Our most successful member, strangely enough, is Don Stevens, who is now president of the United States. His private secretary is none other than Alice Snowden. I just received a letter from Margaret Ann Ruck says she is very hap- pily married and her hubby is as devoted as he was in 1945. A By the way you want to see the new musical comedy when it comes around. Ellen Horton is the star of the show. lCute. too.J Her theatrical agent is that magnetic young gentleman, Robert Christiana. I read in the paper whe1'e the famous woman hater, john Colburn, just returned from Alaska. They say he is fabulously wealthy. A huge transport plane just landed in the Fultonviile airport. The pilot is Ernest Ninneman. The hostess on the ship is the beautiful Doris Shoup. Betty Olmstad, who is now a famous Powers model, came in on the plane, too. Kenneth Noeltner just received an award for the most successful farmer in New York State. Kenneth Minch and his family dropped in for a call the other day. Ken- neth now runs a general store in the thriving town of Fort Hunter. Marion Iigleston is the chemistry teacher in the new Fultonville Univer- sity of Medicine. They just elected a new president of the college, Prof. Robert France. By the way. he is married, I think you konw who she is. Dorothy Anderson is successfully operating her swank beauty salon. Her slogan is "if we can't fix you up your not worth fixing." Yesterday I went over to the hospital to visit a friend and saw two mem- bers ofthe Class of '45, Mary Ryan and Gladys Coddington. After they grad- uated from F. H. S. they became Army nurses and are now respected all over the country because of their knowledge of nursing. Q Caroline Newkirk is now a famous dress designer. She is in Paris at the moment. Norma Post is a successful Lady News Commentator. She is giving lec- tures on democracy in China at the present time. VVell, the members of the Fultonville Symphony Orchestra are waiting for me to direct them, so I must say goodbye until some other time. Very truly yours, i NVILBUR VVINSMAN. THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND MEMBERS President ,, ,, ,,,,, Rulph Fenner Vice-Presicleiit nm, Ralph M:1cl.:1chlz1n Secretary ,EE , Minnie Culasanti Treasurer ,E , Ewwhlclclie l'uchnajersk5 Advisor ,W ,WML james Mclfeelcy First Row-jean Yates. lfclclic lJ0ClII1ZtjE'YSlif', Ralph Penncr, Ralph Mau' Lzlclilan, Minnie Culuszuiti. Second Rowflllury Szunzwijzl, lfnlith Minch. Norinne Moore, Milclrecl Briggs lfrances Sll1llZll'l-lil., llctty Rruhmer. Third Row-Ray lxlllfflll, Connie Snyder, Ruth Ihmnglnss, llurutliy Blorfurcl lflizalmetll Slllllilfljil. J Fourth Rowvl eter Yrumnan, Davicl Foocly, Mr. Mclfceley, Robert Travcr THE MOST "IT" GIRL --- MOST "IT" BOY ---- BEST BOY DANCER --- BEST GIRL DANCER TTOT TEACHERS PET GIRL -- TEACHERS PET BOY --- MOST BASHFUL GIRL .... MOST BASHFUL BOY --- BEST DRESSED GIRL --- BEST DRESSED BOY ......... ALL AROUND ATHLETIC GIRL -- ALL AROUND ATHLETIC BOY --- MOST HUMOROUS GIRL MOST HUMOROUS BOY ..LI MOST STUDIOUS GIRL --- 1 - MOST STUDIOUS BOY ,......,..,,.. ,.AL. BIGGEST HEARTBREAKER GIRL ..., ...LL BIGGEST HEARTBREAKER BOY --- MOST QUIET GIRL ...IA...I..... MOST QUIET BOY I... BIGGEST PEST GIRL ,,,. BIGGEST PEST BOY ---- BEST NATURED GIRL .... BEST NATURED BOY .......,,....., BEST ALL-AROUND SENIOR qGif1p --- BEST ALL AROUND SEN1oR QBoyj ---- MOST COURTEOUS GIRL MOST COURTEOUS BOY H M O S T S H -----Betty Olmstead ----john Simeone -----john Simeone --- -- Betty Olmstead Dorothy Anderson -VVilbur Winsman - --- Esther Thompson -Robert Christiana ---- Caroline Newkirk ----John Simeone ---- Betty Ohnstead ------john Simeone Dorothy Anderson -Vv'ilbur VVinsman --- Marion Egelston ----Robert France Margaret Ann Ruck --------john Simeone ----Esther Thompson ----Robert Christiana -----Ellen Horton .---.-VVi1bur Winsman ----Betty Olmstead ----Ernest Ninneman ----Betty Olmstead - -- -john Sinieone ----Betty Olmstead -Ernest Ninneman THE SCJPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND MEMBERS Presizlent , A ,, Shirley Holmes XYiCC-l,I'CSlflCl1t ,, ,,,,,Rolmcrt Ruhlec- Secretary ,W ,, ,N lilainc Rcirlcr 'l'reasurer EW, 7 ,. lrcm- Sikora Advisor W E,,..,Miss Mary Michels First Row-,lncqueline Yau Alstyiie, Iilainc Reifler. Shirley Holmes. Mari 'lyn N6-wkirk. Irene Silmrzi. Martha lXlclDmiz1lcl. Second Rowfllulwrt Cline, llmialrl l-'cole-r. Ruth lluycs. Miss Nichols. lilca nor llenry, filll'lStll1ll. Fish. liclith Stockwell, liclna Fish. Third Row----l7cYc1'c l.athc1's. Luis lilinglnicl. XYrvzxtl1:i Hurkc, llurotliy lfri ers, Marin- Harris. llcvcrly Rulmlec. Rcvu iiumlricli. Fourth Rowflfrcrl l.c-wis. joseph Cullmrn, liilhc-rt Sumlnl. Curtis Gray. Ruln c-rt jurrlzm, llunalrl Riclicy, Rohcrt Rohlc-C, Tliumas llcllinger. THE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS AND MEMBERS President e,,lznnes XYinnie Vice-President W, ,, hlz1rlcl11z1 liennett Secretary ,H Marguerite Gillen 'lll'C2lSlll'6l' N W ,W Shirley Moran Advisor W, ,, Mrs. Florence Qll1TlStlZlll2l First Row-Diane xxvllfil, lllarguerite Gillen, Mluxnes XYinnie, Shirley Moran livelyn Stmvitts. Second Row-Shirley 'lUl11lSOi1, Evelyn rllZllI1l1lKlgC, 'lean Hogan, Rhea lluncl Yerlu l.eun:1rcl. Ruse ClJl2lSZll'ltl. llelen Sllllllllijll. Third Row4lXlrs. Cl11'istiz1n:1, lXll1tl11'lllC Sillllilfljil. llelen Carpenter, Glen llill, blames llilbwlilllllll, .lulm Tylutki. Fourth Row-Lynwuocl llund, llurold Moore, .lzulclna liennett, Riclxurd Bell Robert Frnnelmer, .lzunes Foncla. STUDENT CCUNCIL OFFICERS AND MEMBERS President , , WN, W Caroline Newkirk Vice-Presiclent ,, , Ralph l,CllllCI' Seeretznry , 'lemme Yates 'lll'CZlSlll'Cl' , , ,, 7 , Robert 'llI'Z1X'Cl' Faculty Members ,rhliss Yivien Bergen W, , WH, Mr. .lames Melfeeley First Row-Robert Truver, ,lemme Yates, Caroline Newkirk, Ralph PUIIITUI' Second Row-Diane XYzml, livelyn Stowitts. 'lZllllCS XYllllllL'. Shirley llulmes Murtllzl lllellonalcl. Third ROWW-lJeYere Latliers, Miss Bergen, lienneth Nueltner, Mr. Mclfee- ley, lirnest Ninuemau. SENIGR PLAY Director ,, ,t Mr. -Ianies Mclfeeley .-Xdvisor ,U g,,, ,,,,t,Miss Dorothy Miller Proinpter , ,, ,, ,, Donald Stevens First Row-Mary Ryan, Gladys Coddington, Mr. Mclfeeley, Marion ligel- ston, Alice Snowden. Second Row-Kenneth Noeltner, Betty Ohnstead, Robert Cliristiana, Miss Miller, Ernest Ninneinan. The Senior Play was held May 4 and proved to be a big success. This year's play was a comedy entitled "l,Jon't llarken My Door." The east of characters was as follows: Rover Kent, a bachelor W, W , lirnest Ninnenian tw Rosemary Kent. his niece t,,,,,,,,,,, , lietty l,llllS1CU,tl Toni tiarriek, Rose1nary's persistent snitor Robert Christiana Poppy Foster. maid of all work , , ,W ,, Y, Marion ligelston A-Xlee Stubbins, l'oppy's devoted swain ,, , Kenneth Noeltner -lane Perkins. a writer of romance ,M , .Xlice Snowden Louisa Featherstone, old maid ,,,,,,,,,,, H , ,,W,,,AlZl1'5' Ryan Susie Featherstone, l.onisa's sister , o.,,,,,Gladys Coddington SOCCER TEAM MEMBERS OF THE TEAM First ROW-li?llllf3Ill Ulmstezul. Second ROW-lllblllllil Stevens, Ralph Mz1cl.z1cl1lzm, Dunalrl l'c1-lar, lfrlwzm l"ml111:1jc1'sky, Ralph l,0l1llC'I'. Third ROW-liicllurcl Hell. lluvirl Fuocly, llemulcl liivllcy, Rnlmcri Cl1risti:m:1 lfclwurcl NYiltey. Fourth Row-lllr. Urlmmclc Scism, Robert 'l'rzlver, Rzlyumoml Bltrfllll, Ml' George Gill. FULTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND Q Xt OFFICERS AND MEMBERS Leader ,W - ,H , ,,,,,,,,,,,,lNI1'. Stone Manager , W ---W Ralph Penner First Row-james XVinnie, Harold Moore, Mr. Stone. Donald Pcclcr, .lack Brookman. Second Row-Peter Yrooman, Constance Snyder, Donald Stevens, Glen Gill, Dlzuncs Brookman. Third Row-llavicl Foocly, Ralph Fenner, Robert Christiana, Ernest Nin- neman, jzulclua Bennett, Wlilbur VVl11Sl1l3.l1. CHORUS OFFICERS AND MEMBERS Vresiclcut SCL'l'C'fZll'y 'I'rcas111'c1' .Nclvisur ,, , Iillcn Hurtam Bcity Ullnsteacl -Izulclua licnnctt Mr. Iilhert Stone First Row-Mr. Stone. .lmncs XYilllliC, Iilaiue Reiclcr, Minnu u an phn HI'UUkCI', john Tylutki. Second R0W7I,L'lL'l' x'l'UUIll1ll1. Shirley Moran. -loan I'l1ilImmk X 01 1 I Lou zlrcl. .luycc Cmyvttc, Ruse Culasa Third ROW--4XX'l'L'Zl1llZl liurkc. .lacqucliue Yun .'XlStj'llC. Dime mac lfomly, Rhea Hand. Fourth Rowf-flizzlplm Vcmmcr. Connie SIIXIICII AIZll'g'llC'l'ilC Dmutlx .'XIlllCl'SUll, lictty Ullnstcacl. Fifth RowWfRulucrt c.ll1'iSliZl11Zl, llcmalcl I'cclC1'. Robert Rub! tcm. Xvilblll' XYil1Sll1E1ll, Iivelyn Talmadgc. hlaclclua Bennett DOILJ IX Morford. NEWSPAPER CLUB Editor-in-Chief ,H Ralph Penner First Row-Evelyn Stowitts, Eleanor Henry, Ralph Penner, Shirley Holmes lllartha Mcllonalfl. Second Row-Irene Sikora, Marilyn Newkirk, Miss Dorothy Miller. ad- visor: Connie Snyder, Milclrecl Briggs, Betty Hayes. Third Row-Ruth johnson, joseph Colburn, Davicl Foocly. john Colburn Donald Peelcr, Donald Stevens, liclwzwcl P0lll'll2ljCI'Slif', Reva Goodrich THE DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS AND MEMBERS President ,, ,,-,,l'JorotI1y Morford Vice-President , ,,,,,,,, ,, jean Yates Treasurer ,NW ,H ,M Ernest Ninneman Advisor ,, , ,,,,, Mr. james Mclfeeley First Row-Marie Harris, Ernest Nixmeman, Mr. Mclfeeley, Dorothy Mor- forcl. ,lean Yates. Second Row-jean Hogan, Ruth Douglass, liclith Minch, Norinne Moore lXlnricm Iigclstrm, Alice Snowclen. Third Row-,luck XYiltey. Curtis Gray, Donald Richey. llorothy Friers Ralph Macl.z1chlan. CANDID CAMERA PICTURES A , ' ... . A , ,.,, .,., .-. .... . ..,. -., . , ., . - ,. , d ,,, ,J Upper Left xIIll'Q'llt'l'ilt' Klillm-11 :xml Nulwrt l'il'ZlTH'l'. Upper Right Kuln'I't liulwlvv. Mr. -lllllll'x Nlc'l7rvln'j'. Middle Left .luzm :mil blvzm llmwlm-11, llcujzunill :md lfxzms Ilzxrris, Ruhr-1 :md .luck Klurris. Middle Right V--Mrs. Ilt'I'l'llIl. 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