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Mr. Abbott, Mrs. O'Connor, Miss Anderson, Miss O'ConneII, Miss Bump, Miss Otis, Mr. Wood, Miss Davidson, Miss 0'Neill,
Miss Preston, Mr. Berry, Miss Angier, Miss McGraw, Miss Johnston, Miss Markham, Miss Seymour, Mr. Otis, Miss Hague.
Miss Johnston, vice-principal of F. H. S.,
and head of the English department, advises
students to work towards development of mind
Chester Wood is our chemistry and physics
and spirit, true Americanism, and better prepa-
ration for post-gra ation life.
Energy is the word for Mis Jonner. Every-
thing from her English classes and reading to
bowling, golfing, cooking, sewing, and piano
playing occupies her time.
English students were amazed and proud to
find that Miss Hague was a student pilot, flying
towards her pilot's license. Aside from this
exhilarating occupation, she likes to read and
enjoy herself at her summer camp.
The second year English teacher, Rachel
Anderson, advises Carpe Diem and the Poetry
Club. A graduate of Ann Arbor, she was a stu-
dent at Fulton High.
Mary E. Ilfiarkham, third year English teach-
er, thinks advising the Yearbook Staff is fun. Her
favorite sports are ski-joring and horseback
riding. Her indoor avocation is reading. CShe
likes Irish settersj
The Freshman and Sophomore English teach-
er, Miss O'Neill, enjoys movies and good books.
She is also one of the faculty advisors for the
Mrs. O'Conner's chief interest is taking care
of her two children, Meagan and Philip. She
also likes to teach English and read non-fiction
teacher Ialso faculty advisor to the Science
Clubj He likes photography and has a daugh-
ter and a son, Frances and Albert.
Advisor to the Young Inventors and Experi-
menters Club, Marcella Otis instructs her pupils
thoroughly in general science and biology. Her
favorite sports are shotgun shooting Qtin cansj
Roger Berry is the general science teacher
who has prepared hundreds of freshmen for
biology and physics, and chemistry. He likes
photography and is advisor to the Ereshman
Faculty advisor for the senior class, Miss
Preston says that her hobby is helping the seniors
with their problems. QSome of them are mathe-
Helen Angier, algebra and commercial arith-
metic teacher, is interested in junior Red Cross
work, Qadvisor to the organizationj Nothing
pleases her more than to start on an unplanned-
"In these times, just keep happyf' comments
Miss Ifiump Qin her pleasing, low-pitched voicej.
And she follows her own advice by finding relax-
ation in playing the piano, sewing, and collecting
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William Lahonde. Maurice Conley, G. R. Bodley, James E. Lanigan, William Hillick, Wade Bassett,
Meet the Board of Education
Mr. F. Wade Bassett's advice to the seniors-"Just keep carrying on." He
is interested in the welfare of the teachers, students and community at large.
Motoring and baseball are his chief enjoyments.
An expert on birds, insects and plants, Mr. Bodley shares a garden with
Mr. Black. He is a superintendent of Fulton schools, an advocate of mountain
climbing, and an author of textbooks.
Mr. William Caton has been a member of the Board of Education for two
years. He plays golf for pleasure and exercise.
Twenty years a member of the Board, Maurice Conley has several hobbies
and is interested in sports, especially baseball.
Mr. Hillick, a favorite assembly speaker, is an excellent bridge player. We
understand he'd hold his own in any barber-shop quartet.
VVilliam l.al-onde has served on the board for about two years. He gardens
in his spare time. Two of Uncle Samis soldiers are Mr. LaLonde's sons.
Nr. Lanigan, now president of the board, has been a member three years.
He enjoys public speaking, and people enjoy listening to him because of his lively
sense of humor. He collects little pitchers with jolly faces on them. They are
called Toby .lugs and come from England.
Mr. Price, who was not able to be present when the picture was taken, has
been on the board since September. He is Production Manager at the Sealright
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Mr. Macdonald, our principal, specializes in
golf and non-tiction books. His favorite radio
programs are the quiz kind, like Hlnformation,
Our school librarian, Miss jones, likes read-
ing, of course. She also enjoys sleeping late in
the morning. tl Ier favorites are the color black,
and red rosesj
Mr. Wlagner strives to have the F. H. S. orch-
estra f'tops," plays the trombone, and in his few
leisure moments gets a thrill from reeling in the
Doralda Iirb, from Pennsylvania, is a clever
artist and designer. She is our art instructor and
advisor to the Arts and Crafts Club. She enjoys
horseback riding and swimming.
Miss Conners, easily identified by her merry
laughter, is our oral lflnglish teacher and Dra-
matics Director. Coming to F. H. S. two years
ago from Tupper Lake, she wears strange hats
and has huge pocketbooks.
ln line with Fulton's defense program, Mr.
Rowland teaches auto mechanics to women.
-Besides this, he instructs students in shop work
and loves to watch sporting events.
lirnest Black practices his agriculture teach-
ings at home. Ile is a successful gardener, hav-
ing raised vegetables, chickens, and three boys,
David, Donald, and Roger.
Woocl shop instructor, Mr. lfrawley, is also
the director of national vocational training in
Fulton. The time he has left over from this
defense work h u in an enjoyable pastime
Qattending mov' .
Vtlyman I'ratt teaches social science and is the
Student Council advisor. He is married, has two
daughters, and enjoys puttering about his house
as a handyman.
Mr. Cole's auto traveling has ceased for the
duration, but he still enjoys building houses and
gardening. Advisor to the Ski Club, he teaches
economic geography. '
john If. Ilorrocks, fond of red neckties, lec-
tures precisely on social science. He is soccer
coach and likes to scale mountains. tHe has
marched up nearly all the major mountains in
New York State.j
Coach Anderson tboys' sportsj is a leader of
the Auxiliary Police, a member of the Rotary
Club and American Legion, and owner and man-
ager of Andt-rson's Rowling Alleys. He likes
Iishing and outdoor life.
johnny Muscalino was captain and center for
Fulton's greatest football team 119292. After
having been graduated from Ithaca College, he
became assistant boys' athletic coach here.
Girls' sports coach, Miss Edmunds, likes
people and activities. She has signed up to sell
VVar Ilonds, and some day she will be able to
continue her hobby of collecting dolls from
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