Fulton High School - Fultonian Yearbook (Fulton, NY)

 - Class of 1942

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AC TIVI T l E S The Orchestra Seventh-bell pupils nodded their heads sleepily in tune with the music of the orchestra as the sound drifted up the halls from the auditorium and into the class rooms. More brisk was the attitude of the students on Friday mornings as they marched into assembly while the orchestra put its rehearsals to good use by keep- ing everyone in step. The strains of "The Star Spangled Banner" rendered the audience solemn as it sang the national anthem, and Horace Bullardls roll on the drum made the piece more military. L President ......... ...... ........................... R obert Simpson V ice-President ................ ............ ........... K e 1th Ure Secretary and Treasurer .... .... M arjorie Karns L1brar1an ......................... ...... A rlene Sikes x Assistant Librarian ..... .... R ichard Palmer MEMBERS Ed Baker Violin Charles Pearce Trombone Adele Brewer Violin Arlene Sikes Trumpet Horace Bullard Drums Robert Simpson Trumpet Frances Gillespie Violin Frank Sroka Clarinet Myron Hrynczuk Violin Jay Stewart Flute Margo Karns Piano Gordon Taft Violin Donald Keeney Drums Stewart Taylor Saxophone Joseph LiVoti Violin Norma Tilden Piano Donald Miller Clarinet Jane Tulik Piano Ed Miller Saxophone Keith Ure Clarinet Richard Palmer Trumpet Front Row-Ed Baker, Adele Brewer, Frances Gillespie, Keith Ure, Frank Sroka, Donald Miller Second Row-Gordon Taft, Joe LiVoti, Myron Hrynczuk, Edwin Miller, Jane Tulik, Marjorie Karns Norma Tilden, Bob Turner, Jay Stuart, Horace Bullard, Donald Kenney, Charles P6a1'C9, Arlene Sikes Bob Simpson, Dick Palmer. J' -44-

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ACTIVITIES T I I I T.LTI4QQfT IMPI l ' wiki scr.0l,,y, I XXV mor - afzswaa' 3 ll! Bl I Newsettes.. The Press T e n students and two ad- visors attend- ed E. S. S. P. A. conference. Lectures, a trip to S. U., a radio broad- cast, a ban- quet and a football game high - lighted the program The Dance Colorful dec- orations, Be- dell's orches- tra, a Conga Chorus, a solo dance, a duet tripper a n d 300 p a y i n g guests made t h e S o u t h American the gayest affair of the season. Grace Mirahito. A7 - Front Row tseatedb-Frank Pannofino, Robert Frawley, Catherine Valelunga, Dion Black, Richard Wagoner, Betty Haskell, Tom Bayley, Frances Parks, Sam Fichera. Standing-James Grim, Angie Bonanno, Kathleen Palmer, Dorothy Crouch, Norma Adams, Alice Townsend, Natalie Meagher, Earl Stanton, Alice King, Steve Gilles, Peggy Carr, Richard Palmer, Betty Campbell, Marjorie Marlowe, Josie Procopio, Miss Bonner, Jennie Cherniak, Ruth Yarrow, Polly Candee, Journalism Club Trains The F. H. S. Journalism Club, parent organization of "The Buzz," is training thirty-five students for next year's staff. The group learns how to collect, report, and spread the news. , Meetings are held in Room 212 on Wednesday afternoons. Smart Figures The student body purchased 6,785 copies of "The Buzz." 900 April Fool issues were free. Approximately 72,000 Words have been written, and 325 inches of ads were used to join merchant and student. Tip Type I Buy War Saving Stamps Personality Prints Bob Frawley, soph, sparkled sports with facts and fun. He will continue as editor of page four. Steve Gilles stepped up the headlines to count. Saved the front page "face" every issue. Catherine Valelunga fetched and carried all news to all people at all times. Now heads the advertising. Dick Wagoner, president of Journalism Club, has Wig-Wag- ged the fashions, chalked up the club news and bailed-out fwith Tom Bayleyl. Good scooper. In Service We pledge our all to you Marching under the red, white and blue: Men who once learned here Loyalty, love of country, courage clear. Editorials Find the best, hurt no one, and stride forward, continues to be our shared aim. We try to be fair and progressive. Sports ln Revue Football squad outscored op- ponents by 17 points. Soccer team outscored rivals by 40 points. Ski team "slalomed." Girls taught boys to dance. Basketball covered Foul Lines. Girls active in bowling, volley ball. Fuchs sisters win badminton. 100 girls received awards. S P E C I A L Shop In Fulton Patronize Our Advertisers



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ACTIVITIES Bevacqua, Sam Blake, Don Bullard, Horace Chichester, Edwin Church, Bob Cole, John Dodge, Laurence Drummond, John Duver, Edward Ellsworth. Jean Gigliotti, Francis Gillard, B'ob Gillespie, Laura Guitfrida, Joe Keeny, Donald Lewis, Robert Lind, Oren Ludington, Bruce Ludington, Ramsey BAND MEMBERS Clarinet Marlowe, Marjorie Trombone Meade, Kendrick Drums Miller, Donald Trumpet Miller, Edwin Trumpet Palmer, Richard Trombone Pearce, Charles Saxophone Rowlee, Robert Drum Sauers, Eunice , Clarinet Seiron, Erwin Majorette Simpson, Robert Clarinet Sikes, 'Arlene MeIl'oDhone Smith, Ward Clarinet Srokal Frank Clarinet Stewart, Jay Drum Ure, Keith Alto-Clarinet Valentine, Joseph Cornet ' Wheaton, Frances Cornet Zufelt, Norrel Bass Horn Clarinet Clarinet Clarinet Saxophone Drum Set Trombone Drum Clarinet Clarinet Trumpet Trumpet Cornet Clarinet Flute Clarinet Clarinet Clarinet Cornet ,Band The Band, with their snappy, red, green and gold uniforms, blared forth thelr music as they marched around the field at the football games. They strutted along with other participants in the Memorial Day Parade. During the seventh bell on Wednesdays and Fridays they drilled in preparation for their concert maneuver in june. The concert was held in the Fulton High qchool Auditorium and admission was charged. President ........ Vice-President ........ Secretary-Treasurer .... Librarian ........ Assistant-Librarian ..... OFFICERS -45 Donald Miller Frank Sroka jean Ellsworth Arlene Sikes john Drummond

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