Fulton High School - Fultonian Yearbook (Fulton, NY)

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L gqmg Do wx se QNW55 Wgqym yXXQX'N5LkXQOx X N ww X H WGS 5 -LSU 25 NYS Q E N, 2 ji-,R 'Q F OU MB FULTUIXIIA FULTON HIGH SCHOOL FORE ORD T was only a short t1me ago that we, the graduates of 1951, stood m our flrst class day assembly astounded by the sober faces of those who were leavlng the aud1tor1um for the last t1me as students of Fulton Hxgh School Now we are those wlth the sober faces We are not Just marchmg mto the hall to leave the school, but we are leavmg to enter the world There w1l1 be bus1ness careers for some of us, for others, a world f1lled w1th further educatlon We shall enter elther of these spheres w1th a l1ttle more confxdence because of the act1v1t1es we have orlgmated and mn wh1ch we have partlclpated durmg the past four years, the teachers we have known and wlth whom we have worked and the friends we have made We feel that these act1v1t1es, teachers and frlends have molded us as a class and as lIld1V1dU21S 1nto eager, asp1r1ng, opt1m1st1c youth, and that the memor1es of them must be recorded permanently 1n our 1951 FULTONIAN 2 7 n 1 u . . . . o , n J I INO.L'Tf1 01 IN SSI III! 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SODIIS .IB SS I-NIS Pm! 9111 anbum b sn In Sutnnsux go Amen AL A ER On the banks of the old Oswego Where Indlan camp f1res gleamed Now stands our Alma Mater, True guard1an of the stream Tho our strength dwells ever w1th us We never stronger seem, Than when we are defendlng Fulton s Royal Red and Green Though It be on f1eld or platform That our valor meets the test, We are f1ght1ng for old Fulton Then w1th vlctory as our port1on Our banners may be seen, Wav1n h1gh 1n glorlous trlumph Fulton s royal Red and Green In these halls of our amb1t1on True loyalty we learn W1th courage to uphold 1t, So that when ln l1fe s broad vlneyard Earth's f1'111tS we seek to glean, We shall always 11ve to honor Fulton s royal Red and Green . . , ? . . 3 And she bids us do our best. , Ever steadfast, sure and firmg . Q . . . . , , . 4 I r P I XT? - 1 .. 2' . 3 r 4-wgt ,. 3 BOARD 0F ED CATIO Mr I E Lanigan President Mr W K Caton Clerk Mrs Harold Mc Govern Mr Harry Gray Mr William Hillick Mr Wade Bassett Mr E1merW Goss UR C1ty is indeed most fortunate to have such an understandmg, loyal, cooperatlve, consclentious group of c1tizens d1rect1ng 1ts schools Members of the Board of Educat1on are appoxnted by the Mayor for a term of five years and serve wlth out remuneration Regular meetxngs of the Board are held the first and tlurd Mondays of each month MR ROBERT MACDONALD MR G RAY BODLEY Principal Superintendent 5 1 - . , - . - , , 0 I ' n n 1 - - . - . o ' - . v Q 0 1 W , n n N9 MISS LONA PRESTON MRS ALICE JOHNSTON 3? 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CARL ROILAND IR IATTHEI FKAILEY B S OSIEGO STATE OSIEGO STATE TEACHERS TEACHERS COLLEGE COLLEGE INDUSTRIAL ARTS INDUSTRIAL ARTS MRS DORALDA PALIER A B HOOD COLLEGE GRADUATE ART STUDY ART STUDENTS LEAGUE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO KR DANIEL IAGNER FREDONIA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE B S ED SYRACUSE UNIV I S ED SYRACUSE UNIV IR EARNEST BLACK B S SYRACUSE UNIV AGRICULTURE MISS IARJORIE EDMUNDS PHYS ED ARNOLD COLLEGE PHYSICAL EDUCATION NR IILLARD ANDERSON S SYRACUSE UNIVERSI PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1- MR JOHN MUSCALINO IR JOSEPH CUSHMAN B A ITHACA COLLEGE B A ITHACA COLLEGE PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATION 7 TY IR ROBERT OTIS IISS MARY ELLEN GOODJON A B COLGATE UNIVERSITY B S SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY I A SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY HOIE ECONOMICS GUIDANCE COUNSELOR IISS VIRGINIA TURNER ROCHESTER SCHOOL OF DENTAL HYGIENE DENTAL HYGIENE RS HARGARET BURGDURF AUBURN CITY HOSPITAL A B SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY D SYRACUSE IEDICAL COLLEGE PUBLIC HEALTH P G NEWARK N J SCHOOL NURSE SCHOOL PHYSICIAN DR HAROLD IC GOVERN "-' I 1: , , A B. .' N40 u. ' 5 if 1 1 x x , , H . 9. 1 ART K ' 1, , 51: G A I A . . . - I' I . MRS ETHEL DINN SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY I A SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ENGLISH '4g,"!' MISS IDROTHEA DUELL B SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY ENGLISH MISS CDRINA DI STEFANO A B SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY B L S SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY M A COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN Cl! IISS FRANCES KONOPKA KB. ROBERT ROSE B A ALBANY STATE TEACHERS A 3 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE M A sYnAcUsE UNIVERSITY I A ALBANY STATE TEACHERS 50C1AL STUDIES COLLEGE SOCIAL STUDIES uw' W MRS ROSE MARY 0 CDNNOR ISS MARY SHORT EARLE PLATT M A B sYEAcUsE UNIVERSITY B A SIENA COLLEGE ENGLISH I A ALBANY STATE TEACHERS I A sYnAcusE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ENGLISH ENG! ISH CORNELL UNIVERSITY IISS IRAS HAGUE A B ALFRED UNIVERSITY ENGLISH Y MISS GERTRUDE JOHNSTON MRS. JEAN POTTER A B SMITH COLLEGE A SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY VICE PRINCIPAL SPEECH EDUCATION IISS ISABELLE DAVIDHJN B A ALBANY STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE SOCIAL STUDIES 8 IR LLOYD TYLER B S SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY M S SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SOCIAL STUDIES HS IINNIE BUSCE B A ALBANY STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE SOCIAL STUDIES I I f3NIuWff'f, '7 J Ai ,Y 1155, pf, N 'f,, X5 R IR ARTHUR PHIUW B S ST LAWRENCE UNIV I ED ST LAWRENCE UNIV SOCIAL STUDIES A. 1' tf7A'f" ,' ' 'E A 'ATE ' 'LM , f S 1 7 A I, is 'izgz A A ' 'EE If A a . E Y I 'J . V in R. ' -' - Ma. , ' A-B- A. . . . . . A.B. - . I I W1 'Q ' , A T-if f I E . . . . B. . 'fff "'jg E? Nag YS H Jf'g? V,., JjE I . A 'Q ,n If 4 X vw 'N-i X Q' I f' , ,X is + . W 'TNN T X NNN X i E . Til N X f K 5 Vg' 1 I OFFICERS Alfred Mitchell President Annie Bonanno Vice President Marlene Brown Secretary Russell Bradshaw Treasurer ie! C LASS HISTORY HORTLY after school opened three years ago the class of 1951 then the sophomore class, organized under the supervislon of Mr Ot1s To head the class we chose Megan O Connor presldent Bud Dyer vice presldent, Charlotte Lehon, secretary, and Joe Fox treasurer, Wlth Mary Ann Monforte as general chairman our first dance the "jack Frost Frollc was sponsored The class provided material used on a Syracuse radio program saluting Fulton A feature of the program was the reading of an essay which won first place in a con test conducted by the class When asked to produce a play for the Three One Acts produced by the semor class we won first prize w1th the play SUGAR AND SPICE George Davles, a member of the cast, took first prize for the best actor Three sophomores won top honors mn the prize speakmg contest whlch took place in an as sembly program Miss Lona Preston Advisor Rose Bavacqua was elected president of the junior class Other officers were Elmer Taylor, vice president, Pat Cogswell, secretary, and Joe Fox was re elected treasurer A committee headed by Mary O Brien and Alfred Mitchell was appointed to select the class ring The "Tom Tom Tempo was held in the gym November 18 Barbara Edison was chaxrman The "junior Class Carnival" was held in the gym May 5 jane Rasmus sen was chairman and along with whole hearted co operation of every member of the class one of the most successful social events ln the history of the school was sponsored. We also put on an assembly program during this, our junior year Early this year we got underway when at the first class meeting Alfred Mitchell was elected class president Annie Bonanno v1ce president, Marlene Brown, secretary, and Buzz Bradshaw treasurer The first class function of the year was the senior dance entitled ' Our Blue Heaven Kitty Doornbos was general chairman The senior play, CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN was chosen by a committee headed by Margie Campbell and tryouts were held during March A committee headed by Barbara Edison was appointed to work on the variety show It was produced March 9 Mary O'Brien was appointed to take charge of the candy sales at basketball games This annual project was originated by the class during our sophomore year With Maureen McLaughlin as chairman and with the help of Miss McGraw Semor Game Night was held April 20 After the wr1t1ng of this history many things will happen being measured for caps and gowns, exchanglng name cards, talnng those last snapshots the semor banquet, ceiving our yearbooks gettmg autographs the class day assembly attending Baccal aureate Servlce and fmally there wxll be Commencement itself We will walk across the gage as sggdents to recewe our diplomas and return to our places as alumni of the ass o 1 The four years which we thought would go so slowly are gone We are very grateful to the principal Mr Macdonald and to the teachers who have been so patient and under standing in their guidance The memories of them and of our classmates will drift back reminding us of our good old hlgh school days at our own Fulton High School 9 'J IAMES ADAMS KEITH BALDWIN NEAT AS A PIN PETER ARCADI RICHARD BAKER mn: Au suns AREN T YOU GLAD YOU RE YOU IRAPPED UP IN A DREAM fs SHARON BA RNARD BEAUTIFUL DREAMER SINCE IE YE BEEN WITH YOU 10 CAROL BENNETT ro HEAR You LAUGH As- ROSEMARY BEVACQUA YOU RE EVER YIHERB G5 ' I I I 0 ? 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Jo:-:Y BETTY MAC DOUGALL MAUREEN MC LAUGHLIN S" 5 ' "0" Gm GERALDINE Mc KINNEY RICHARD Mc KNIGHT HOME CO0K1N ENJOY YOURSELF HAPPY TALK ,A Il E -by .-we., MWA, 1' : 5-' 'F' 6 .5 Y an NU 4' or M 1 -I ,lf ' :sf A A 5 Q L f A . 9 zo A IAMES MC NAMARA LUCKIEST GUY IN THE WORLD ALFRED MITCHELL mroxuarzon uns: 2 JOAN MILESKEY BARBARA MILLER MEMORIES WONDERFUL TIME 3 4' MARY ANN MONFORTE REBECCA MORTON "YOU CAN DEPEND ON NE" THE LADY YN UHITE" 21 CLAUDE MISCH nm rms Aurouonns MABEL MUCKEY "MENORIES ARE HY SOUVENIRS" , E Wx, "" , , 2 ilu., 9 i ' sa ' N 2 A 3 .. Xi K ,.V,LT: YL ng r 4 .,c 1' 6 ' X BEATR CE NEWTON IOSE PH MUSCALINO MY WAY G0 NG IOY NEADLE MYE RS NN JEAN A AND il ! 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PATRICIA PUFFER SHIRLEY PROC OPIO BIG BROWN EYES HEART AS BIG AS TEXAS 24 4lll!n MARILOU PITCHER IN uv vnuu or rouonnow IANET PULLEN SOMEIHERE OYER THE RAINBOW WILLIAM PRICE THERE S A CHAPTER IN HY LIFE CALLED MARY ERWIN PRATT TILL vs user AGAIN 1 K K W, . ' ' ' f 1 I I A gig ' ' A 'ms . I w 4 t . . . . , , . l I U I I I I I . . . . IANE RASMUSSEN 'OWS AND ""'5'C ROBERT REYNOLIE ELEANOR ROACH FISHERHEN S IALTZ SAY IT EVERY DAY THERESA ROY THAT OLD GMM' of NINE MYRTLE SEDNER BEVERLY SEMERARO Houvvoon sauna nuvcz nmvv nfs sol LEGGED 25 JEAN Roo'r ALL AIIRICAN GIRL BEVERLY SHANAHAN DID YOUR MOTHER COIR FROM IRELAND 6 I IA V YA,, 6 ,gh . 'X 4l!ll. A, LRLIES SIDKVV EIKLLA SITVTS uv sunny FAY SHELDON JOHN SHERMAN nrsnou' sn: DID YOU EVER SEE A DREAM PUT IT THERE PAL WALKING 5' xiii MORRIS SORBE LLO ELMER TAYLOR YE THINK OF YOU HAPPY G0 LUCKY POLKA SH ,T nn, MUSIC ON ma sumvv sms or rns srnssr 26 g 5 AL QW. X 1 5, A A 3 E .T r X' rr, 1' ' l' A' f E-A: fi , E , - f I 5 ,fm f 5 Q 5' A I . 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Veterans ni nforie Anthony R290 and AMERS DRE gs GE 31 Franc is meh' X, V m V 1 ' 0 - V X E 5 'Q RE Z LA 1 D 1 1 dwa H Z ca I Z dk xx I V w ,i.A, 1 ZK IN Q , Z I Q. 5 za MOS N1 n Ma E ' er RUSS V ga g V Y 'n 1 X .Z A J Q f , "U ' rd CLAd . 91' Ma Ed Km U 1 w HE F H A lived up to the1r motto, "Toward New Horizons thls year when they reclaimed donated Chrxstmas cards for the Junior Red Cross and sent other greetmgs to the Cerebral Palsy Clinic Other activitxes mcluded a formal 1n1tiation of new members and parties at Halloween and Christmas at which mixed couples were entertamed with games and refreshments They accomphshed the1r purposes of promotmg a growmg appre ciatxon of the Joys and satisfactions of homemakmg and of provldmg wholesome mdlvidual and group recreatlon E .Z VIRGINIA noun ANNE DAVEY CAROL sizmu-:'r'r VICE Pnasrnswr nonormr wxrsrumz Pnssxnznr JUNE aA'r'ru:s 'rnmsunan nun ncaa BARBARA GEORGE 2ND slum SITTS Barr! LA nocx ssvmunf SHANAHAN IARLENE HAIIOND IARILOU Pncm-:n oorus Kmmrr ABSENT c1.Aunm"rE HUARD' sscnsrmr MISS GOODION 32 X M rms 'LS RILAA Fits!- ix ff Jaw AN f"g-'Nb CLASS 0F 19 2 L to E Pmsr now nonorm zsuomus IICKEY usxcxo ELLEN BEEN! ELIZABETH VISGJNTI JUNE EA'r'r1.Es cLAunE1"rE HUARD rEm.1s wN1'rE synvu cmmx JENNNE s'rEmu- NADELINE Pxrcm-za, Ames KOLINDA IARGARET ANDERHJN .rom GARDNER NANCY GRANT HARY DI GAETANO SHIRLEY ELLIS. SECOND ROW RICHARD BUSH GORDON HALSTEAD IADELINE BURTON HARIE CHALONE NANCY BAKER PATRICIA rox SHIRLEY ARNOLD SHRLEY KERN suzNNNE JOHNSTON Aunnsy OSBORNE ETHELYN GEARY BETTY PAINE NORHA ROGERS cum PERIITZ VELIA mums num HART may TREET CHARLOTTE GARDNER ELAINE Eu-'r1.Es JUNE mms JOSEPHINE EEL mr DONALD man GEDRGE ummm. GEDRGE DENNISTON mmm now .ucx runner nxcx GILLARD son FALANGA uxcx TYLER .ucx num. .rom nm: HILDA TALLIAN nm SIVALLIA BARBARA m.1.AcE mwonrs uu.1nsoN NNEGAEEE VIILCDX Lors Romans ELLEN Exnsu. wus smvonn czmor. ucoun-r sum PFIEFER 'ron uc GOVERN Nonum anon-: NEELIN non DONALD LARABEE JOHN Exrz cEn.u.u sos s1-onus 33 OFFICERS Seated: Marie Fenzl President Ruth Runions Vice President Standing Neil Welcher Treasurer Pat Drumm Secretary 2 OFFICERS Seated Russell Fox Pre sident David Stewart Vice President Standmg Ioan Terpemng Treasurer Dorothy Adams Secretary CLASS 0F 1953 L T0 R FIRST ROI JUDY IILCOX SALLY TETRO JANICE THORNBER IARLYN NILLER VIRGINIA CARDINAL PAT KEIL BEVERLY KELY IARGARET HOPKINS JOAN CARVEY JEAN HAIKSBY JOAN WOOD JUDY HOUSE PAT HALL MARY RITA DONAHUE DOROTHY ADAIS SECOND ROI IARNER SHUE LARRY KELLY HORACE ZELLAR EDWARD REAIRDON LESTER ENGLE FRANK BOYLAN DAVE VILLENEUVE ROBERT KLIEN FRED BAGLEY PAUL PICKETT PAUL LICOURT RICHARD GRDIE STANLEY DICKERSON THIRD ROI JOAN TERPENING MARIAN GUYER CAROL IILOOX BETTY SIEET JANICE COENIG ELIZABETH LYNCH SHIELA OSBORN RENE ELLIS PAT HAENLIN BETTY SCHNEIDER TOOTIE INGER NLL BARBARA STUBER JUNE VESCIO NANCY NIVER FOURTH ROI RALPH RENNIE DAVID BHATTUCK EVERRET DUSHARN DOUGLAS PIT CHER JIM FANNIN KENNETH BROIN KEITH KLOCK RUSSELL FOX DAVE STEWART FRED GRECO VINCENT FITZGERALD TON FUIIARA BILL DINGLE GEORGE ALLEN HAHLON IHELLER DIG! 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A t 9 ,f if J- Z Q . , ,,, Lu C3 fr f-9 J! 0 2 5 3 :Pl WU A Y '2 38 02 M at Q m 1 h V5 4: tn . Hr ' 5 " 1- AIN? SHE 1, L65 qgvilf O fam ,Q .rg i!' W ,ale K4 e 'VXA 04 W1 ml S VX? YLN-T, L 6 QA Ox, WYE J wolf, J All A Sa GEF ' vb-V0 v. eS5'hvJUExxb M ! S I QSXYX EDXTO All 4 58194 5 you-Q5 OR B E0 P10 K EDUTOR 0 1 HH P MP-Wi 1.1 E o 00 abil WB EBYY0: 3931 New-'Ev' HQGBHABSEBT 551 lx W 19 1 JW' E al u ye. lf- CP- p.ms05 uri" 3 G1 9551?-'U' ul 1 'QTY wo cuff 509311 0 '10 IM x K mov' 1 lwkw rx shaun' BE FULTONI 1 C 0 uw. .1 A e svlwv' c GAIN that old nemesls ud63.d11l'l6,, has plagued us but the FULTONIAN staff under the able d1rect1on of Mr Earle Flatt ard the editor 1n ch1ef, Mary Ann Monforte, met lt and st11l had a few seconds to spare S1nce our class IS known as "The Class of Dxs tmctlon and because our class has constantly been referred to as 'being diferent" we, naturally, de cided to put out a yearbook that IS dlfferent. We have added a new tw1st and are very happy to present the first album type yearbook to Fulton Hlgh School. ' K' ' 0 W 4- m 1 2 500 ul' W' , X s Q - X 5 xy t ,.. s W, tx U who 1 ,t . N 7, 1 i A If .. ,t-h. . P9 X 'l', - 5 2 4 A ' Y, , t f' - l lf QE All " c Eg: So: THE X! f , - I lv-W' 5, 'ts ' :Q v ss . ' , ' -qu . ' , 'I lv- no I ' 'G C Q ' I I Q S., . s-it ' coil - ' ui ' XT ! ' : . - 3, - K I V -' XX 1 . - W- .A E I X han nlllt nh i m A111111 griiir 1113, i fi 'Q ld'-,S I 1-- "!!a!'.!av 00 - 11.-fm... -ii-:1i'LA. in I 13-S- If 11 mn--tll1V' Vvygfbf P 0 l l X E i ia? cs,-5 S.. : T PAT DRUMM MARY ANN MONFORTE NEIL WELCHER MERLIN DOTY TREASURER JOE FOX PRESIDENT IIAR GARET ANDERSON ROSEMARY BEVACQUA SECOND ROW DAWN L AMPHEAR MIKE SULLIVAN RUSSELL FOX DICK HOWARD DOROTHY ADAMS ABSENT JOAN TREPASSJ SECRETARY MEGAN O CONNOR VICE PRESIDENT HE Councxl rendered 1ts usual servlces, the Freshman Frolxc frecord attendancel, the Chrlstmas Decoratxons of the school Knew plague award for w1nn1ng home rooml, noon hour dancmg on Frxday, annual awards for school ser vice, c1t1zensh1p, and scholarsh1p Innovatlons thxs year were a receptlon for the players and cheerleaders after the Oswego Fulton basketball game the Robert Gardner Mem orral Scholarshlp Fund Dance,-and the 1nv1tat1on to meetmgs extended to elghth grade counc1ls MR OTIS 38 Career Day was the h1ghl1ght of the year Council polled the entlre student body on Job preferences, arranged a forum program III assembly, obtamed the ser v1ces of about seventy f1ve adults, and scheduled the each student 1n three vocatlonal conferences Th1s was one of the most ambltxous and far reachxng proyects ever undertaken by the Student Councll rgj P! E an ml .' , - 1 H ' it V 1 -9. va ,, . 4 - ?:"f"F ?.-:'EE-'-E:-'S' - --1. if in 7 - K A Y A J .,.. ,Se - F C. M W lg Q K A A E " H , P C E, R R E 1 l 0 'T 5 2 H E C I Y E A E N N1 E A rg x X 0 1 A I A K F T ' S R " 2 G E N S ' F D C l A 3 E 471 A u W , 1 R D K 'I s 0 Y g 'va 5 I A P H Q L M I E R A L L 1 , E T D n W Y e Q. ' S f 2 S Q E q . , EN 2 1 S 1 Y Q T95 N ' if A 7 ' :fbi ig-- in 4' H- ' f l - I - , 1 , 3 . . February MRS DIXON MISS JOHNSTON MISS SMOLIK J OURNALISM CLUB 7! H LL Buzz material must be in today. Once every month the Buzz's editor Iane Rasmussen, says this many times to the many hard working reporters. Jane Rasmussen, Marianne Nucifora and Jack Frawley were sent to the ESSPA conference In Syracuse The club also had a social get together durmg I. 'ro R FIRST ROW MARIANNE NUCIFORA DISTRIBUTION MANAGER AUDREY OSBORNE BUSINESS Au MANAGER ROSEMARY BEVACQUA SECRETARY JANE RASMUSSEN EDITOR SUZANNE JOHNSTON EDSI Lei 5 NESS MANAGER MARY ANNE MONPORTE SECOND Row MARILYN KORPHAGE DOROTHY ADAMS CAROL CHEER1 LICOURT BETTY PAYNE ELIZABETH VISCONTI MARY o HRIEN THIRD Row CLAR ICE WILBER IXJNNA ADAMS ELIZABETH LYNCH PHYI.I.Is MEzzuI.I.o TPQCIICI' S F8626 R911 SHEILA OSBORNE BETTY SCHNEIDER Z o Enghsh class 15 dull l N0 'cl II humorous side ,E N1 e II-IE BUZZ STAo,,o',1 C Emu me Pnze Speakmg March 16 Dorothy C Allan uxll be r I 8 cntcd vthtn Jane nuts htr Interpu Iatnon of IIII Iount Rhcn the Sun RISIR the prIze spealunt, contest bly Fnday Match 16 T65 I' 65155, P Busxn Page One Page Page el' Inn ol God U' 61 Other COYlf0bldYllx uIll lu S lanne Johnston I-Ietl C Cl rt e Wllh 'alnlng the X, Publllhed by the Journallnrn Club of Fulton Hll'0qx lx aye IP 3 I' Ednor In Uhtef lkq-'pcb I9 ess Manager MM W 9 nrlL nm .A ,I ,:biNco9t,,rr After 'If 'Y r of e R wma rum '90 'fx 0 "lv gash Sohnztim shfns 'oEb0J'Q,, I-9X6-4051910147: 9 "VI me 1 a 'Iglreliahern Audrey Osborne 6 'I 1 Xpqj 0 K' 68 'F A 6915 .lfhe ,mt el .hunee Yan ez. 10 Q, Sl, I, tb 'Ebook the Fe, Hvp D SIU 0,9 I 0CapsandGowns I d loo e I rxd p 0 I 0 I Geoxge Danes and Jack L fu ha 31- C ass umformm I lg C017 1 , I It IO captuted stconri team ly In dpra bo, 1 Fo II ll S compttn ces a"0g,. D fo 'O h flff I 1' 'XlIs Po na Nose Finan ay II dan' in o a Is PM-I I, If I O I mst sec lglzi end S835 glwx jf wo f S' dent mordfd zes uIll be left H me Dust "UQ, 5 Occup Ma 0 of Iudges hom 'X m Y d '7 0,1 a:0I1 :Ly I UHIILFSIIQ pound genie 03110 tk, 'ld R 'L b our 1' -- 39 uhIch adds to the S0l9H'l!1lty of graduauon and makes everyone 50'-'m Cflual V155 CHDS 'Ind gowns But I at least make It DOSSI ble for PC'0ple to tell whos w'h0 when Im worn IS the reply by formals So goes the battle of caps and owns versus formals an argu Outwezgh Forma s9 all that IS needed IS the SIZE of dress or suIt worn and the hat 5129 Tl'l1S Job would take the time Of Only two or three senIors If formals are worn dressmg would be 035107 for those whg l'0Uld bit 510mg out afterwards Bllylni-Z a formal would mean that lllml' KONE to college could use the clothes later . if W V . L ' . ,s ,' . . .1 0 : . . , Z ' . ' , , , , ' . I ' , 1 I I I P I I ' ' ' V4 'f C' I l I 9 OSC ob. e J, . 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'7 ,qs .. nh TP g " V ', - I AL AID I L T0 R BILL O BRIEN HOWARD KLEIN PETER CONLEY PAUL TWPENHART JACK QUINN JOHN SHERMAN JACK HALSTEAD JERRY GRANT CECLB is V i nhl-9 -JI Vg HIS year any pupxl ln school may belong to the Sclence Club The club took 1n qulte a few new members 1n the fall but due to polio, they lost two of thelr best members, Tom Fox and Franc1s Procoplo In the sprmg they plan to have an 9XhIb1t at the Sclence Fa1r 1n Syracuse H 2 Q... S a result of the co operatlon of the boys undertakmg Aud1o V1sual trammg under the SUPETVISIOII of Mr Abbott, the students of regular classes have the opportunlty learnmg by watch1ng smoothly run fllms These boys have donated the1r t1me each day that a movle IS scheduled to be shown for the beneflt of the students They deserve a lot of pralse for do1ng an extremely appreclated Job throughout the year L T0 R FIRST ROW LAURA DONOVAN CAROL WILCOX SECRETARY BOB LONG PRESIDENT GEORGE DENNISON VICE PRESIDENT BARBARA HOWARD RUTH SMITH SECOND ROW DAVID SJIITH JOE KINNE TOM FIUMARA PETER CONLEY CARL ABBOTT ANGELO VERDI DAVID BLACK ABSENT PETER CARR TREASURER 40 UNIOR RED CROSS NARY ANN MONFORTE REBECCA MORTON ELLEN BIDWELL HELENA SPAULDING TREASURER MEGAN 0 CONNOR PRESIDENT ROSE MARY BEVACQUA VICE PRESIDENT SYLVIA CLARK LILIANA LEONARDI SHARON AHLERS SECOND ROW SONDRA FULLER DON NA ADAHS PAT COLOSIMO JOAN CARVEY VIRGINIA CARDINAL. THIRD ROW:DONNA GALUSHA DOROTHY ZEGOURIS MARILOU PITCHER MARY FOSTER BETTY PAYNE ARLENE SLOCKOWSKI CLARICE WILBER THELMA DAVIS. ABSENTZ SALLY TETRO' TREASURER. HE year 1950-1951 was a year of expansion for the Iunior Red Cross They enrolled more students, larger numbers attended the semi-monthly meetings, membership was extended to the elementary schools We have the smgle honor of being one of twenty chapters in the United States to have a re- presentative on the International Study Visit of Europe MISS OTIS 41 Their services included assistance at the Blood Bank, a Christmas tree and menus for the Lee Memorial Hospital, letters to European teenagers, a collection of greeting cards for Cerebral Palsy patient an International School Album, participation in the International Art Exchange, a course in home nursing and the sending of gift packages, to the Fulton boys in Korea Sn fi? 'B www 5 Z' as-.f f-.735 X 'F 3 Y as Plxswm X C7 o BU mc! BM S chi'-'A R9 V' u 01505 ll orl Bmw RXAWE N G F1351 RO' RE., nu 531 HWGARETWT Y mann- NNE Boa bo' v R S q 9, X' To cr-VYBELL unhibw QMCU' D ER BETH I GW QNE W 9 A 'YW u':M,,a1u emu mum, RDNLEY Meghan E A PU N EWR C0 mil cwoax osvowe Pusxou Yl0"'w Agmlli- NE 308 umll Q15 Xb K., NE NO TRUMP" or 'I ve got a canasta" may come from the l1ps of any member of Carpe Diem Th1s club helps students prepare for social l1fe in college Bndge IS the usual program but Canasta and dancing also appear on some of the club programs Bxll 0'Br1en was elected presxdent with Marilyn Korfhage assisting as v1ce president Secretary Margie Campbell kept mmutes and Ne11 Welcher took dues The dues are used for small pr1zes for the wrnners M1ss Wallace, the advisor, goes to all the meetings which take place once a month in one of the members homes 42 xml ., r l0 0 . Q fl? Q Q I t - gn , g ah' ,eb-Y'B"M E a0Vl'- guy' D0x,Bl3'5"M1 v,p,1hF-1' , r fy X . f - :ES ' v I ' I y Q D 2 ' ' 1 ' 4 ' . ' 1- ' N. n- ,Y . X . -4 YNY, S ' 0 1 x X 39 ' . D 'Q . u QR S V' SH ss gym!! Y IAF' M JEAN HERS BE vu-as VICE FRESH GRANT WARLY CMP' 1-211 GEORGE DA 1m'AsS0 MH 1NG Luis BE 0,4 vw-E519 TON JOAN Joyce WE L AN www cunnnsvigg cwupmws K-HH Y mu wmurw wlesssv- lug J0 SUR nu N' mtv. P TQLEA D R01 I cg lib msn mm.YN CM .sum 1u.o0X GE THW' AM vm Dmsorl Cl' E EVE-N5 LW KOR am AN BETTY SCHNAUDDKNG 'LANE Simms MILLER 'mix fmwxm WG' Hg,w.NA QCHOM SECRETARYFMC RASIUSSEN JA WWE NU B4 Jos FOX gmss JANE M OU go on ln f1Ve mmutes ' Th1s phrase was heard several tlmes as Sock and Buskm, under the super vislon of Mrs Potter, put on several performances Presided over by Charlotte Lehon with George Davles vice president and nn charge of publ1c1ty, meetings went along smoothly Marianne Nucifora read the minutes at each meeting and Iudy Wllcos gave the treasurer s report Two b1g events for the club were the Thanksgiving assembly and the prlze speakmg assembly The Chrxst mas assembly was also put on by dramatlcs club members The axm of the club IS to stimulate greater 1nte rest 1n drama and develop greater actmg abllity. 43 flax! W3 A . A .qv x gummy g Qifdi V :- I w 2 g 5 l T GJ T V Q 1 , X Qt ' W t ' A 'dmc T . - 'u 2 n ' v 1 - 1 5 X ' . . . , . T , d . ' . - 5 . ' ' . .X A gif SSEMBLY calls French records in the bath rooms' German records in the bathrooms Sxlk stockmgs And of course those children twelve of them could only mean the Senior Play Cheap er By the Dozen" which was presented on May 18th But it was father and h1s txme saving methods that real ly made this heart warmmg comedy The children learned the morse code the solar sys tem, and how to multiply two digit numbers in their heads so that they could skip grades These were just a few of fa ther's projects that carried the play through to a happy ending E IOR AY ROI IAUREEN IC LAUGHLIN IARY A IONPORTE BETTERLY OSBORN JOE IC CARTHY DICK CLHENTS THIRD ROI JOHN VOGT PAUL TEPFDIHART BILL FIVAZ DICK IC KNIGHT LEONARD CROSBY CAST OF CHARACTERS Not only d1d the produc tion of this play mean hard work in rehearsals for the cast but also meetings and labor for the property com mittee headed by Iane Ras mussen, ticket commxttee, headed by Margie Campbell costume commlttee in charge of Marilyn Korfhage Publi city headed by Ame Bonanno and staging directed by lim Ingersoll The prompters Alfreda St Phillips and Bar Bara Miller and make up done by Marianne Nucifora and lean Kush took an im portant role in this play Mr Gllbreth Alfred Mitchell B1 William Flvaz Dr Burton Richard Clements Mrs Gilbreth Barbara Edison Lillian Betterly Osborn Ioe Scales Joseph McCarthy Anne Carol Woods Fred Richard McKn1ght Miss Brill Maureen McLaughlin Ernestine Megan O'Connor Dan Leonard Crosby Larry John Vogt Martha Mary A Monforte Jackie Paul Tepfenhart Director Mrs jean Potter Frank Edward Dyer 44 N A w I 1 ' 1 - - u 4 - - ac - - - 7 1 , - . . , 9 ' ' ' FIRST ROI! CAROL IOODSJEGAN O' KXlNNOR,ALFRED NITCHELL, BARBARA EDISON, BUD DYER. SECOND . - - '11 - - ' . - - L TO R FIRST ROI STANLEY JODIAY HENRY LOOMIS IILLIS DAYGER MYRON ALLEN POSTER ROCKIOOD IERLIN DOTY PRESIDENT DONALD TRETCH AMOS HUBBARD CHESTER IAC EIEN JOHN PRALL SEGJND ROI DALE SIITH IILLIAI PRICE MARVIN DIX JERRY GRANT KENNETH IARE DOUGLAS PITCHER NORIAN GRUIE FRED DIEVENIXJRF HARVEY GEARY GORIDN SHELDON FRANCIS ELLIS STANLEY DICKENHJN THIRD ROI FRANCIS ST ONGE IILLIAI IVES IILFRED DENRY ROBERT KERPIEN IILLIAI BRADISH ROBERT FUIURE HE F F A is the national organization of boys studying vo cational agriculture in the publlc hlgh schools throughout the Umted States This is a non proflt corporatlon designed to recognize and encourage the natural instincts and tendencles to organize into ' gangs ' or groups and put enthusiasm and pleasure into work and recreation Partlcipation in the County Fair at Sandy Creek mcreases yearly and IS the hlghlight of F F A activity A large repre sentation from Fulton attended the Fair th1s year They pre sented exhibits of cattle calves pigs and poultry Since Ful ton IS primarlly a vegetable center the boys showed produce as well as fruits MR BLACK Learmng to do Doing to learn, Earning to live Lwmg to serve SWEETHEART F F A Ioan Trepasso FARMER Each spring a judgmg team is selected to represent us at the two day Dalry Tour and Iudglng Contest, sponsored by the State agrlcultural school at Delhi Award for Effort is presented to six boys who work for a whole year af noon xn the cafeteria This year they were sent to the State F F A camp at Oswegotiche in the Ad1rondacks for a full week of leadership trainlng mcludmg refresher courses swimmmg hiking camping and boating 45 KI cc - Q I - - u . , . . f . . . . . of FALANGA, ARNOLD COOPER, VERNON ROGERS, GARY CDLLETT, IORTH ALLEN, AND TED DORIIEYER. ' ' ' ' ,- lt ' 1 , 4 ,Q ' i 1 ' . , . . . . . . . ' , , , , . I a , , 0 - 1 JS Qxoioa-:xv-tl NAME 'M I CMVIMERCIAL M 1 MISS MC GRAW JEAN KUSH JELENNE HAPEMAN BETTY PAYNE MARY ELLEN GRANT VELMA HARRIS MAR GARET IILIXJX AVE you seen girls scurrymg around w1th passes every bell? These are the effic1ent office workers. One perlod a day they run errands for the offlce. These glrls play a very important role in our school. Ms. sm 0F FICE WORKER ECAUSE commerc1al students feel that they should practlce soc1al hfe as well as business preparation, they assoclate m formally for social entertainment They plan occasional parties resultlng in well spent 1e1sure time and evenlngs of fun BARBARA STOIELL VICE PRESIDENT IIARIE FENZJ PRESIDENT IARY CATHERINE 0 BRIEN SECRE TARY TREASURER SECDND ROW CARIIELINA LEOTTA ALICE PARISH BEVERLY SHANAHAN MARILOU PITCHER ELEANOR GUILFOYLE RUBY WILLIAMS SYLVIA CLARK 46 f Modilw X .,,..,.t.,..p egg t,.t... - .,.t .,,..,. g S -ii.. Q ' CLUB 4 MISS DI ST E FA NO .Wx Y '1 ll THE LIBRARY C LU B sig ...Z Wsfw-44 VLA-J L T0 R FIRST ROI JANE RASMUSSEN FIFI ST PHILLIPS ONA WOODING SECRETARY PHYLLIS MEZ X PH GE SEGJND ROI MARIANNE NUCIFURA CAROL LICOURT DOROTHY ZEGOURIS BARBARA x Y n ' g M BLACK BARBARA EDISON MARGIE WILLIAMSON NORMA ROGERS HELENA S'AULDING SHEILA Q OSBORNE CAROLYN BURRITT RDSEMARY BEVACQUA ABSENT PAT TETRD VICE PRESIDENT .J w.-411 HE newly organized Library Club has had a very active year They had a Christmas party, sold stationery, and made a tnp through the Syracuse libraries taking in the Mutual Bindery, also The girls earn a pin for working one period a day throughout the year They take care of the books and do odd jobs that Miss DiSteiano fmds for them 47 - L L , LL L MI wp f H gg : I I SAW w X at I X L u 1' H ! N JW L L L L . B A 0, I ZULLO-PRESIDENT LENA GUIFF'RIDA'TREASURER MARY ANNIIONFORTE JUAN TREPASSH HARILYN KOR' V X 9 Q- A . ' : , I , ' , I , A A : w'l t X - ' f 1 - U - , - - l . X v ' Y . F E -K 5 x L A H X ATIO AL H0 OR OCIETY A MISS DAVIDSON runwli RECEPTIO ISTS INCE th1s is the first year of vocatlonal counseling in F H S , there was the need for ULTON CARD F REYORT R 19 tl 10 lt Y? v,w""'B 0' c0Yl"0"90 M09 1 50 339 ?'h'iQ,G 0' qcfo qs gist H 5XlY'?'X sph ch the school, gave remlnders over the P. A. System, and rewarded the CHOOL helpers in Room 114 PUSH S Their dutxes cons1st of answering the telephone flllflg occupational materlals, del1ver1ng messages to the offlce and the varxous classrooms and frequently asslsting Mr 0t1s txmlng the standardlzed tests wh1ch the students take MR OTIS 505 59595 X938 19,25 WW- R veg-L' B 11 N Y., mnhaxiscgomwfa YR XS-4 Vs af' mv o s SQCY' 1 0 1 R e YD BUD 580 9' ri M 036 Sams: svn Su?-who 9.1 110' N150 1 W1 gait- nag gr. 5 A 0 1 url ,ut-V ' ASQ- his H' X 18 HIS year our Honor Soc1ety, afflhated with Natlonal, set up qualifications for entrance. Wlth the ultimate goal of a scholarshxp fund, we undertook the task of ralsmg. The Honor SOC18ty speerheaded the school's celebration of Brotherhood Week: We posted the princlples of tolerance throughout SEATED SHARON BERNARD STANDING ELLEN BESAWJIENE ELLIS, MARY CZERIK, DOROTHY w1nners of the best essays. ,ILSHIRE 48 .-, Q 'Q 11 ,-. - .Q a ' ,ami .mt J x,,,M J .. 'g s gf . . 3 I . . S - 50 v GY ml' Q 9' WAV ce awui' n NIR . '. QE 9 N ' E '. ' N 61- s Su . 0' , Xl ,W 'O 1 Y 6 1 I C yt A 19 ' f nl. C5 4 Q N: A MR WAGNER MU IC LUB iz L T0 R FIRST ROW SAM PAPPALARDO AUDREY OSBORNE SECRETARY AND ll-S94 TREASURER ELLEN BESAW PRESIDENT DOROTHY ZEGOURIS BERLIN IXJTY SECOND ROW BEVERLY PARISH SHEILA OSBORNE MARILYN KORFHAGE RUTH GODDIAN JANET IDLBEAR KATHLEEN GILLARD ABSENT RAY R HJR 1 'ULTON H1gh's musical minded students meet each first and third Wednesday of the month for a short business meeting , and a variety of acts for entertainment. In the spring a banquet is given for the members at the Chamber of Commerce, where gold pin awards are given out. Also, at the end of the year, the members are presented with letter awards at the annual awards assembly. Everyone looks forward to the annual musical production which is sponsored by the music club for the public. 49 . J L L J 'Q- L . , rm. R 5, , , ' 4 A LL 4. LL u u J - V HIS year's band was one of the liveliest organiza tions in the school It added actwities and football games as a result of fme co opera tion and excellent direction The students who worked with this orgamzation were as proud to be blowing and beating for others as others were glad to listen to them This band is one of the most aporeciated bands in F H S s history x f is ,J MR WAGNER FRED GRECO PRESIDENT ANTHONY LEOTTA GORDON SHERIAN NIKE NOVAK BOB OKINISKI GORIDN CHALONE SECOND ROI SAI PAPPARLARDO JEANNE STEIART JANET DOLBEAR AUDREY OSBORNE LIBRARIAN BILL BURTON SECRETARY DICK GUYER JAIES DASINAU IARVENE HUNGERPORD MARY GRANT DON ANDREWS VICE PRESIDENT ARLEN KINVILLE HAROLD PERAU THIRD ROI DICK CLARK RUTH GOODMAN PATRICIA STEVENS CAROL BAILEY DICK NETTLE RICKY CURCURUTO PAUL IEBSTER EIGWE FRISKE IERLII DOTY JIU FANNIN RAYMOND REBEOR LIBRARIAN JOE ARIGO 50 5, N A x.: L ' 5 J L . or J:-A A 9 fl - A K . , K . a colorful air to the school hol ?,lijfg fiyQ ,H A . . - - 5 , ' If l A A ' x NICKY FIUIARA LEOLA HUBBARD MARILYN YAGER JOAN HALSEY IARY IXJNAHUE CLAIRE LUSSIER RUTH SIITH JOAN TERPENING IICKY IASICKO PHYLLIS ERLY SHANAHAN SUZANNE ELLEN BESAI PRESIDENT SHIRLEY TAYLOR THIRD IHITE BETTY TREPASSJ JOSEPHINE PIRENZE SECOND ROI PAT IATERHOUSE SHIRLEY IELLS BEV JOHNSTON LIBRARIAN IARY GILLESPIE LIBRARIAN JEANNINE PEACOCK SECRETARY AND TREASURER HARGARET ANDEREN VICE PRESIDENT ANN IESKE BARBARA STOIELL JOYCE CARVEY CAROL BENNETT ROI JERRY ROBINSON IARLENE OUDERKIRK KATHLEEN GILLARD BEVERLY PARRISH VIRGINIA PIR I-:uzs HILDA rA1.L.uAN PHYLLIS Hum' SHEILA RILEY ENID ncaa nose: ANN viscous: MARIA PnANco IARIAN GUYER CLARA PERIITZ SHIRLEY WARREN CAROL GJLLINS FOURTH ROI PAT FOX SHARON AHLERS ELIZABETH VISCONTI IIDROTHY ZEGOURIS HELEN HINES ELIZABETH LYNCH PAT HAENLIN SHEILA OSBORNE RUTH GOODMAN HELENA SPAULDING IARIANNE ROBINHJN JEAN ETTE DOTY JOAN IOOD JOSEPHINE ZAPPALA JOYCE TRUAX ELAINE ROILEE MARILYN VANT AND NANCY GALUSHA 'ron SCHEUREMAN BILL BURTON ELMER CARDINALI BOB MUNGER JACK PRAYILEY GEORGE DAVIES BILL TRACY JOHN KOVAL JOE PROIETTO BOB ARDUINI ACCOHPIANIST BOB COLTON 51 R R .- I' K I 0 ,W , 7! - . . , . I , , - . Q n 0, - - - - . - ' ' - These organizations not only dis- 7 M GLEE CLUB mf MR WAGNER HE boys and the girls choruses en1oyed a period twice a week to s1ng harmonxous songs and to learn certain choral technique It was 'with a song in Their Hearts that they entertained Mem bers of the glee clubs not only enjoyed their smging while in F H S but will retam thelr musical enrichment gained from these organizations for many years played therr talents at an excellent musical assembly which was given ln December, but the pleasing sounds r1ng1ng rn the halls during sixth perlod rehearsals were also appre ciated by the students, visitors, and teachers ' FINHNUQL :Hu rW-N' Four Lovely Forms Melodrama S1ster and Brother I9 we E OR V RIETY FU1319 B11nd Date ' , fe . 4 iw fr W AYP! I i'!IUQTP -TXJ. .a R3 m e 342155 K Sk , Q 'NJ g ig. i I '- 'Ll 5 2 5 C efei , 'S fig'5'! Af-,L4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.Li ,,,, Mg., Y,Y, , ,., ,A , ff A I we - xxx 3 Q .lb 4, WX' A I n 5 g Varsity Drag Ann Le vea Union Hall 'X N Q, .u gays' D' 1 N Q3 www 8 096 S. O95 009 NN Lili- ng, bf- x , l W' g 5 J A D A Y Q 'UA Q5 Q, . Q .e- A 3 ' 9 C9 C I 3 - ,..f - M if x if A E' ' Q O i Q S N 1 ' L if . nv" Q -f N. - : CHEERLEADER iigy 1 N CLOCKIISE ANN IEEE IARY CZERIAK JANE RASIUSSEN IIARGIE ANDERSON SANDRA IRIGHT r BASKET, a basket, a basket, boysl You make the basket and we ll make the nolsel The lively and spirited cheerleaders 1n thelr colorful green and whlte un1forms really do make the noise when they lead the student body 1n cheermg In the fall of each year members of the faculty and student C0l1l'lC11 choose girls that excel ln personality and cheermg form The chosen glrls practlce each Wednesday after school to perfect thelr form and cheers under the apt supervision of M1ss Duell Even though the girls seem to enjoy boostmg the moral of the team It IS a very hard and t1r1ng responsibility for these petxte glrls, but they are proud of thelr school and their team, and they prove so when they cheer We're from Fulton! Couldn't be prouder If you don t beheve us, then we ll yell a llttle louder! ' 53 ll. 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I D1ck McKn1ght B111 Frawley 11m McNamara Jack Halstead Pat Smith Bud Dyer Bruce Gerhmg Wayne Visconti Leon Dumas Gordon Halstead James Yannes George Porter B111 W1111ams Louie Francisconi Bill Fivaz Don Cotton SQUAD BILL PRICE FRANKLIN WELLS ED HILL DAVE VILLENEUVE JDE NAIOTI RODDY HEPPEL BRUCE GERHING ARCHI FIORINI PAT SMITH GEDRGE PORTER SEUJND ROW ANDY VISCIO IAHLON WHEELER JACK HALSTEAD LOUIE FRANCESCDNI DON CDTTDN BUD DYER KNIGHT RED FRAWLEY JIM MC NAMARA L N DUHAS BOB LEVEA WAYNE VISCONTI THIRD ROW COACH CUSHMAN COACH MUSCALINO DICK GILLARD JIM YANNES PAUL TETFENHART BILL PICKLES DAVE STEWART DICK KELLEY RUSSELL FDY DICK BUSH SAM DISTIN GORDON HALSTEAD ART WILD COACH ANDERSON LTHOUGH a disheartening first game loss was suffered at the hands of Cortland High School at Recreation Park, an inexperienced Red and Green team completed a successful season when it outscored the Onondaga County Champions, East Syracuse, at the local field during a cold November drizzle. Neither team was in scoring pos1t1on until the fourth quarter when Fulton made two touchdowns to win 12 0. The hometowners went down to defeat by three experienced teams, Utica Proctor, Syracuse Vocational, and Cortland High School, but four victories were chalked up against Saint Mary's of Cortland, Saint Mary's of Ogdensburg, East Syracuse, and Oswego. The Oswego Fulton game which was played at Recreation Park was a thriller because the F.H.S. team came from behind in the final four minutes to score a 12 7 victory. 55 BILL WILLIAMS BILL FIVAZ DIG! MC FRANCIS GANTLEY TOM FOX NORMAN HAYDEN CHUCK FANCETT CLAUDE MISCH Sept Sept. Oct. 28 Nov. 4 .1 Cortland 26 St. Mary s Cortland 6 Vocational 22 Ogdensburg 6 Oswego 7 East Syracuse 0 ff- Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton 13 Fulton 12 .' . ' '. . ' ' -. ff p D u 1' D I "'x.N.L,' . A '-Y B B la K , I '. .' , ' . l .23 o G H 29 ', az oct 7 ' 6 - 1 oct 12 26 Clockwise : Wayne Visconti Bill Hoyt Dick Falanga lim McNamara Gordon Halstead Bob Burch John Vogt Bill Fivaz Elmer Taylor Buzz Bradshaw ITH only one returnmg vet eran the varsity ended their season winnmg elght and loosmg nme games Although the F H A cagers were badly beaten ln a previous game when they traveled to Lowvllle their determmatlon was shown when, in one of the most exc1t1ng contests of the season they broke Lowv1lle s 13 game wlnnmg streak The Red and Green basketeers were fortunate m havmg the use of the new James R Fatrgrleve gym for thezr home games On dedicatlon mght in front of a capacity crowd they entertained Oswego The Musca lino men won though the game was fast and close 46 40 Oswego found revenge by defeatmg the varslty ln the last game of the season 58 41 In the latter part of February a 4 game sect1onal tournament was held here for the first tlme Among the seven teams competing were Watertown No Syracuse and Fulton Fayetteville Utica Watertown Lowvllle Smlth Tech Auburn Valley R F A Watertown Auburn Valley Vocatlonal Lowvllle Oswego No Syracuse 50 JU IOR VAR ITY ITH a complete new squad the Jumor var sity began the 50 51 season with two losses to Fayettev1lle and Utlca However, the ensumg three games were all glorlous VlCt0l'leS At the ded1cat1on ceremony 1n the new Falr gr1eve Iumor High they defeated Oswego 29 25 and agam on the home court agamst Hanmbal varsity they outscored the1r opponent with a 35 47 score The third game was played mth Au burn when they found victory w1th a 49 46 score They fimshed the season wlth seven wlns and s1x losses They gamed el1g1bil1ty to play ln the annual Jayvee tournament By placmg second losmg only to C B A of Syracuse they completed a successful season Fayettevxlle Utlca Oswego Hannibal Auburn Valley R F A Watertown Auburn Valley Vocatlonal Oswego Fulton Fulton LEFT T0 RIGHT FRED GUILE BILL IILLIAIS DICK BUSH FRED COANT TED DEVENWRF DON C0'l"l'0N.KIE'l'H BALDWIN ED DYER DAVE VILLENEUVE DON YAGER 57 . . - . 40 r -9 - 24 rv ' ' . Il ' ' ' . 35 . . . . - 46 . . , - 34 ' ' ' . . . 36 . . . - 25 - ' - 37 ' - . 23 . . . . 28 g u . I . .. . u 44 ' , 53 37 ' , 34 " 31 ' ' Oswego 40 " 46 " 45 ' 23 , ' ' ' 57 ' 26 ' ' , ' . 33 ' 40 50 ' 32 36 ' 45 . . . . . 19 ' 36 . 46 ' 38 . ' . 57 ' 49 . ' 32 ' 54 ' 35 ' 43 ' ' 40 ' 46 ' 58 ' 41 ' T ' . . . ' 39 - 1 N the sprmg of the year a young man s fancy turns to love However these young men d1 prove th1s statement for they glve most of thelr attentlon to track Pole vaultmg hugh Jumpmg runmng the dash shot puttlng, or throunng the Javelm are Just some of the various phases of trackthat may be seen bemg practlced each mght after school Thls practlce IS 1n preparation for varlous track meets throughout the state ln ant of these however IS the annual meet w1th Oswego W1th all thelr practlce the F H S team should come out on top agam as lt dld last year F ill Eli ITH their runmng star, Russell Brad shaw, placmg flrst in all of the cross country meets the F H S team won f1rst place ln f1ve out of seven meets At the Syracuse Invltatxonal meet Buzz ran the flrst mlle ln 4 40 mmutes better-mg the track record by 12 seconds Competlng wlth Baldwmsvllle at Fulton at a tnangular meet w1th Baldwmsvllle and East Syracuse at Baldvnnsv111e and agam at home runnmg agamst Oswego the Ful ton team came out on top. However at a contest ln Syracuse and agaln at the Sec txonal meet ln Utlca Fulton was put out of fxrst place by Utlca Proctor The F H S team captured flrst m the Oswego County Meet at Altmar and on Thanksgwmg Day at the Palladlum Tlmes race ln Oswego Fulton gamed possesslon of the trophy for one year TRACK BUZZ cnoss con TRY FIRST ROW DICK GILLARD JOE CALABRO ED CAREY BOB KLEIN BILL O BRIEN BERNARD QUI NN KEITH BALDWIN SECOND ROW TONY CASTORINA JOE CHALIFOUX FRANKLIN WELLS FRANCIS CAFFREY DAVE AASERUD LAVERNE FOX DICK BUSH ROSS WARREN JAG! BUELL THIRD ROI BUD DYER MANAGER BILL FIVAZ DON CDTTON BUZZ BRADSHAW JIM FANNIN IDN GREEN BILL BURTON JIM YANNES PAUL WEBSTER FIRST ROW ROSS WARREN BILL 0 BRIEN KEITH BALDWIN ROBERT KLEIN LAVERNE FOX BERNARD QUINN SECOND ROW MR TYLER BUZZ BRADSHAW JIM INGERSOL JACK BUELL CARL RUSAW DSN ALD GREEN DONALD O BRIEN . 7 K , ' - ' Y '5 ' , . . . ' . . . . . ' - ' ' cc I H '. 2 . . ' I A - - - . - ' - - 4 . , ' Aksxm . . u , A all y O . . . , , . . . . AA' X- ' ' ' ' , - , as . . . M, , which our team competes. The most import- ' , - a 1 A , , , ' ' D' 1 1 3 . , 7 . . I x lt, ' , . I I 58 HE baseball team was fortunate to ha.ve many re- - turning veterans for their '51 season. Prospects for a good year are high with a pitching staff of Fred Coant, Fred Guiles, Ed Devendorf, and Dick Hutton. Catchers are Claude Misch, Roddy Coyne, and Halstead. Bill Fivaz, Dick Allen, and Elmer Taylor are first, sec- ond, and third basemen respectively. George Matthews is short stop. Fielders are Wayne Visconti, Halstead, Don Yager, Bill Williams, and Norbert Loosen. April 24th Phoemx Hanmbal May Oswego Aubur Watertown Auburn Phoemx une Watertown Hanmbal Oswego AS E B ALL 'lfqf I Las KNEELING PHIL 0 CONNOR MANAGER TED LA GROU CALVIN WRIGHT SITTING CLAUDE IISCH JOHN KOIAL HENRY HINEIS JACK HALSTEAD GORDON HALSTEAD ALFRED ALLEN ELMER TAYLOR PRED COANT GBJRGE IATHEWS STANDING GEDRGE KIMBALL JOE MC CARTHY CHARLES PANCETT JOE NAIOTI DICK FALANGA JOE LINDO BILL WILLIAMS JOHN BROOKS WAYNE VISCONTI NOR BERT LOOSEZN ED DEVENIDRF ,1 7 , pf -. , r' ' . . et 26 ' 4 11 n 18 25 29 ' I 1 8 . 15 .5 Q if B' 4 ,i " :QL K , lr' . WLM A ,f 'V 4 . 59 R T0 L RITA PASTENA ANN IESCE KITTY IXJORNBOS SHIRLEY GOODROIE MARLENE BROWN CAPTAIN CATHERINE CHIRELLO MARY CZERIAK MARY ION FORTE SECOND ROI MARY O BRIEN ADELE IATQN JEAN ROOT JEAN KUSH MARILYN CALKINS MANAGER AND MEGAN 0 CDNNOR LETTER,GlRL ETERMINATION hard work and good sportsmanshlp, are the maklngs of letter girls The Semor letter girls are gettmg a block letter F For four SUCCBSSIVG years they have earned 24 pomts or over Thelr Jumor sxsters are rece1v1ng small F s for the thxrd tlme Next year they w1l1 be 1n 11ne for a block F 1f they meet the requlrements other schools and often they came out on the top At any rate they d1d t.he1r best, so they are Justly rewarded GIRL' H0 KEY EADED by Marlene Brown and managed by Marilyn Calkins the senior team edged out Ruth Runion's juniors 5-4 in the last game of the season to become the undefeated champions Although the juniors put up a good f1ght and tled the score, the determined seniors made the deciding goal near the end of the game Also defeated by the seniors were the sophomores and the freshmen D L T0 R B NEWTON A PARISH S DOLBEAR C BENNETT V YAGER E SITTS K DOORNBOS I 0 CONNOR J TREPASSO M MONFORTE SEQJND ROI B MILLER I DE R00 A IESKE J ROOT M CALKINS C BURRITT M MC LAUGHLIN R PASTENA I 0 BRIEN S GOODROIE MARY SIVALIA THIRD RD' D PUFFER B IALLACE P PUFFER D ZEGOURIS J KUSH J WATHJN M GILLESPIE J NEAILE J MC KINNEY M BROWN N BAKER E GUILFOYLE E VISCONTI S RAPACKE A LE VEA FOURTH ROI E YAGER P GAMBLE M TIGHE S HAMIL 'ron D w1LsH1n1: R. RuN1oNs J DIFFIN 60 . , . . u . . . 17 Q. A . . . . . I v The girls had many contests with 5 A 'ive tfs. ' GIRL BA KETB LL PRIL 11 a semor team headed by Kltty Doornbos, downed thelr last foe 1n order to become the 51 champlons The semors led the entlre game by a four polnt margln and defeated Margaret Whlte s jumors Doornbos's had to defeat two other senior groups headed by Jeanne Watson and Ahce Parish After gammg vlctory over these two teams they went on to wm over the top fresh men and sophomores and fmally down mg the Jumors Many g1r1s turn out for basketball each year, se arating lnto their own tearrs In add t1on to contestlng in home games they play against teams from other schools if 1 FIRST ROI IARY CZERIAK KITTY DOORMBOS CAPTAIN HARY ANN MONFORTE SECOND ROI HARUIE CAIPBELL BARBARA IILLER JEAN ROOT MEGAN 0 CONNOR JEAN KUSH ALFREDA ST PHILLIPS ABSENT SHIRLEY GOODROIE 61 C 9 6 1 iw L11 za 1 af Ld an 'fi 5 M? .79 .. Y- n ' B FIRST ROW NANCY GUILFOYLE SHIRLEY HAMILTON CAP TAIN CARNELLA LEOTTA SECOND ROW ANN LEVEA PHYL LIS MEZZULLO MARGARET WHITE LENA GUIFFRIDA ELEAN OR GUILFOYLE ABSENT NORMA ROGERS CLARA PERWITZ HIRLEY HAMILTON S Jumor g1rls captured flrst spot m volleyball by defeatmg the top freshman sophomore Jumor and senlor com petltors The1r most lmportant vlctory came when they defeated Maureen McLaughl1n s sen lors The team has played together smce entrance 1nto hlgh school B0 OTS of enthuslasm is shown when the glrls bowl every Monday and Tuesday afternoons Those strlkes and spares really start commg when the balls start to roll Durmg thls wlnter the fwe top bowlers rolled two matches w1th the fwe top bowlers from Oswego The glrls wlth the fwe top averages are Beatrlce Newton Jeanne Watson Ierry McK1nney Helen Kelly R1ta Pastena L TO R JERRY MC KINNEY HELEN KELLEY BEATRICE NEWTON JEANNE WATSON AND RITA PASTENA 62 l GIRL ' LI G 'E . , . K .3 . . . l xx X . 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