Fulton High School - Fultonian Yearbook (Fulton, NY)

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.. N... . f! ....-.M-is ,, , M was Q S....4--4+ TQ-'....."" Q---fs ...X 53 in iii. 'j'f"" 4, .--.I V X 'K in 'Tun-angib " ' .""m 4-no ummm - 1 - """ qu nv V O Q ,- ,,,,,, ALMA MATER On the banlxs of ihe old Oswego Where Indian campfires gleam. Now sfands our Alma Ma+er, True Guardian of fhe sfream. Tho' our sfrengfh dwells ever wiih us We never s'I'ronger seem, Than when we are defending Fulfon's royal Red and Green. Q fi! Si: i I 2 ,K -,., f . Q "5'-Pig.-,f 5 Q--.-.. fi Fu. -. f. ,. 'L L 4 ., V' A ki. J! I, E . M - , A' ,falffzh "Vibe 3' ' 0.2 "'--7 'H' " gf i. at ,'.x.2f A so-.. 'Q' .Q "'g:'2 T" e , K 54,11 wiki, , WH x tw:-1.3 ,M 1957 FULTCNIAN Published by the Senior Class FULTON HIGH Fulton, New York IABLE OF CONTENTS Faculty Semors Sports Dedlcatlon Foreword Yearbook Staff Semor Poll ,o......,rrr.r....o..o Underclassmen ..,.,...,...o. ,e Actlvltles ooo.. ,oor.ro.. Yo,ooo., e . Cover Design by MARY FRAWLEY Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page DEDICATION Miss Mariorie Edmunds 151. ,, ., , 4 if y ,K In Zh, 1, fl ,51gi, ,,:M,n.f5A ,VNg, 31w V,.g ,515 w.,.,A.fVi, FOREW h W IIIIOIIZ nzuszc I1 0 uould be ll nzzslake I --Fri:-clrivli Yfilhvlm Nivtzwlu- Thu .t11t1111c11t l1.1f lllllll Xklllllll tht llkfdllw .tml miml. ol mot ol ux. Dtlllllg our high school days. we haivc grown. not only to a1pp1'm-iatv zilmoft CXt'l'f' fO1'Il1 ol' music hut. to live niuwiv. Before lt'ilYlI1gQ any iisseliilmly. wc all ftaml and sing about our "royal ml and g1'ec111." Ifavh f't'ilI'. there tum- lveen ilif- fe1'e11t fads i11 IllllSll', and we. lit-ing testi-zigeis. fall right in step with all ol' them. and love tlivm all. Tllt'I'PflJI'G. we haw selcvtvcl musim' as our ll1t'Illm'. hoping that i11 the yca1'5 ol oili' tlIlC61'lillll future. it will lrring liuvli 1'eCollm'- tions of our happiest, 111o5t CH1'Cli1'8C days. Q X x g . -.-.r. 1 U' ,1",- , z 5. QL,-5.11, , 'fu . Eflzilorsziz-r'l1z'ef---fflleanne Yan Ile Lintler x1SSlIl'l-HIPS f-Nanvy Nlust-alino. Marian Xrnolil. llolierta Walters. 1c'l1't'z'tie'sYJanet Finoeeliiaro, Barbara Rucle. Nlary Couture. Patricia Hill. 1lIl'f'I'f1-Sling EIll4fIJffK3ll1lt't'll Nlaefler .A1s.w1's1antsfliclwarcl Vaynor. Jean Wioorl. Katlileen Musvalino. Janet Ballard. Mir! Editors Y-,loan Coe. Raymond Briggs. Mary Frawley .ffSxzfvarzls---lileantrr Smitli. ,lill tioinlms. Sports Erfrfor-Dawn Otis .4ss1'sfa1its-Felitli La Pointe. Jeanne Stouell. Peter Svoll. lfusiness .llanageriCayle Belaski .'15Sl.SfI17IfSLPHlflI'lil Wilcox. Fliirleen Nlaurer. Mary Piuinara. Joan Bevaequa. Sfflff.'1SRl'.9N1VlfSTC3I'lll Hoy. Nlary Yalelunga. lloris Kinsman. Patti Yan Linfler. Yelinavelia Par- sons. Joyce Genungz. Donna Thomas. Kathleen Uuinn. llixit- Uxer. .Xnffie Forlmello. llolnerta 1 . F liravlwtt. CLlI'lllt'l1l lletnperio. Joanne liotnas. llonna Ili- lloo. Karol llaxls. l',llZ3lrt'lll Look. Nancy Yan Buren. Mary Sturgis. Alive Stev- ens. Nlartlia lloawll. 'QV' MRS. DORALDA PALMER To right: Raymond Briggs, Joan Coe. 9- kgb-w-: I The entire- stall' of the l'J5T FLvlfli0Nl.'XN ll8S worlcecl very harml to make this yearbook a Slll't'0SS. Putting: a yearlnook together is not an easy joh. Although it takes a great mleal of time anml hartl work. it is also a lot ol fun. The memln-rs of the staff have spent many hours each day in ortls-r to make this yearhook a treasured keepsake to all is ho purvliase it. especially the Senior Class. We are wry grateful for all the help which we re- 1-vin-fl on this very important projeet. VM- are also very grateful to the advisors. Mrs. l'almer. Nliss Van Buren. ancl Mr. Rose. for all the valuahle ln-lp they have given us. We really appreciate it as we neu-r 1-oulcl have linishefl this yearbook without their vapahle guidance. To left: Marian Arnold, Roberta Walters, Ueanne Van De Lincler. If ,. ws 4- MISS MARY ANN VAN BUREN To left: Gayle Belaski, Dawn Otis. Janet Finoechiaro. Kathleen Maeder. i L b Ur Robert C Nlacdonald who new Jfllltlpal of tht lllffll Qehool when ue entered 1 Frullmen li nam Quperln Y tenclent of School and li domg an ex ce cnt Joh of kfeplng thf chooo o Fulton I'UIlIllI1g Qmoothlx ow Flrt row c t r 1 'N a dalent 'NIcCowern Nlr lame-H Lamkan 'llr Wade Ba ett Stcond row Nlr Elmer Co Dr Fu ene Xnthom Nlr Robert C Ylac donald Dr John Carroll 'NI1' Harry Grav 1 The Qtudenk of the Fulton Publlc Schook are xerx grateful to the members of the Board of Education for thelr outetandlng work ln the field of BCll1f'3ll0Il All of them haxe taken tlme from thelr xery rmportant poQ1t1ons 111 the COIl1lllUIl1l.S Ill order to lmprowe the educatlonal facllltleg ln the Fulton Puhllc qchoolc MR. CLARK - our principal Left to rlght Roberta Walter 'Klan Yalelunga Slurleen Nlaurer Donna DP Roo Wlr Glenn Clark J 1111 ll ss 111 cr 116 111111111 ll 0 1 mol 11 ce 1 111 Jlllfllt X lm ll A 114 lllX 1 ll x llr. fllc' Cla lx. 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ZIIIII 1 .M ,emi 'aww 4 Q Front row left to rlght Janet Ballard Wllhur Mlsch Back row Verner Drohan Stanley Smlth if Aflusor NIISS JOHNSTON CLASS OFFICERS ln the past ten years, Mlss Gertrude .lohnston has helped the Senlor Classes If lt were not for the wonderful help of MISS Johnston, our Senlor Class of MJT' would not haxe been successful 4.15, .aww- - N-, Q .,s N , N, N, ., N xv- b , , 4 W. V, ,A s,,, , Y, 1 A , , g9g,,s,.,, S fx-5 N N A Q, ,gb 'dw ff. f fu.Qa,. x imma, ,a,4l,XfM----as W guys-, 14 :L fr g in ,,, . V M Q,x,g , .f gg b tl: iw . Sgr? - 24 . . f , ff! if Q sg N - -, fx ng j 'N D Y - ' I S-A "',"', i ,Q N 7,5 Nw 5 . " 1 lf J i Q q YY Q . ., ,., , S X ' 4 , . M 4 A wt- as f ' V ,- :LQ S - N .. ' ' R -N 'Q 1 1 ' K , 1, , . -f' e s S A ' if .. Q , gf' 'U , . Y ' 1 A 5 ,... 1 , X , Q. A, ' Q . . K X ii, . s iff ' X 55 f if, 4 N 1 . iff , . ,Liwwii ,, pf' . fl ' , ffl ' I ' ' Y f X. I 1 1 5 .3 1 ? 4 3 A , . . . X xxx ,JE ,iff Z, XXV ,ff Q, fi, , fX SENIORS 5' p 5 PATRICIA ALLI N Have forth and your heart wzll guzde ou Booster Club 2 3 ROQF M -XRY ALLEN lll ratfh that shooting Star owl' of 473' ALFRED ARNOLD 44 They say quzetness ts zz virtue MARIAN LYNN ARNOLD Say tt with music I 2 3 4 Yarlety chow 3 4 Chorus 3 4 FLLTONIXN 51 JANET BALLARD Deep blue ey es running ouer with glee RICHARD E ARENS Ilan about town ROBERT ARNOLD He s here he s there he 5 everywhere Intramural Basketballl 2 3 4- Varlety Qhow 4 Bowlmg 2 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 GAYLE BELASKI Wonderful glrl orus 1 2 3 4 Yarlety Qhow 4 Booster Club l 2 Secretary 3 Pres Semor Clas hee Pre ldent FUL ldent 4 NHIICIQ Show 3 4 lrls TONIAN 07 Sports 1 2 3 4 Student Councll Rep 4 FULTONIAN 57 y . , , , . Af' J W A 'X f , ' I . 9 3 7 l y 7 7 ' 1 a v 3 I - G S 1 - ., ,cr Honor Societ ' 1, 2, 33 Future Teachers , , . , 2 ' , : , 9 X , Ch-.,,-3:"'e 4 Y: , 2- . . . . . i , . 1 l . , S S , - , . , C T f- , - - - , , , , - g . 1957 JOAN BEVACQUA Pm gonna hle my clmm Three one act plays 2 Variety Show 2 4 Nlayorette 2 3 4 FULTONIAN ,1 ROBERTA BRACKETT The knowledge IS yours others will benefit by lf FHA 1 Honor Socxety 3 Noon hour Sports 1 2 3 Manager 4 UI. TONIAN 57 EDWARD BOK My :deal Student Councll 1 2 Treasurer 3 Pre ldent 4 Varslty Football 4 Variety Showl 2 3 4 Nlxxed Chorus 2 3 4 Carpe Dxem 3 4 RAYMOND E BRIGGS Anywhere I wander FULTONIAN 57 Art Edltor Xfghiaea 'CS' JAVIE9 BOLGH Walt tzll you meet hlrn MARJORIEJ BUELL To us youre worth much more than go d Class Secretary 1 Jumor Red Cross 1 lx Q5 RICHARD BURKE MARY BURTON Hey good lookm ' lee had a ball' Varslty Football 4 Basketball JV 3 Sh 1 3 4 Varslty 4 Baseball 1 2 Track 4 variety ow Cla S Secretary 3 Booster Club 1 2 3 Clrls Qports we ' fan 5' .R Uh. -fir: T . : I . 5 A , , 3 57. ' , 4 A , ',,- S 2 I Z , . , . :- . , 9 , . 'L'- - 4 x .. A M xi 1 ' In ' - C . . , 7 V P ' ', I . 3 ' : - 4 ' - , , , 9 F - . V rf , I , 6 , H N s it ' 5 5, , 5,5 X 5 X x xx ' , N X ' N. I ' D X P. , - . . 5 ' ' - ' , , 3 5 . Z - Z - . ' . ' v , . , . - 1, 2. ALLAN BUTTON It Q three o clock ln the mornmg Volleyball 2 'S 4 Intramural basket 1 3 4 Track 3 4 Vls A1ds4 Mui' FAY CARY Laughmg Ioung and lwmg Clrls sports 1 Jumor Red Cross 1 SENIORS MARY ANNE CALI Never turn back Honor Soclety 1 2 Treasurer Future Teachers 2 3 Presldent 4 Bowlmg 1 Receptlomst 1144 KATHLEEN CASEY A Izttle laugh a Izttle smzle Glrls sports1 2 Booster Club 2 3 4 Student Councll Rep 4 Varlety Show xx of 'hi' A ALTER A CARRINGTON JR It s uorlh any przre you pay Bandl 2 3 Sclence Club 4 Carpe D1em4 Chr1stmasP1ay2 JAYNE CHALONE She s a gurl of a few hundred words Basketball Captam 1 2 3 Booster u 1 2 C s Student Councll Rep 2 Varxety Show 2 MICHAEL JOSEPH CHIRELLO RICHARD CLEWTONS Ill never tell He zs the answer to a teen age prayer Intramural Ba ketballl 2 Student Councll 1 Varslty Basketball 3 4 Var lty Cross Country 1 2 4 Track l 2 4 Varlety Show 4 4. if or W . . ball ,2, 1,-lg: , g 'ual ' A-'g . X . 5 fs Q , g ' I 3, 17 6 ' y 9 1 ' f C1 b , , 3,.4g- horu,1,i2, 3, 4g 1, ,3,4. ' ' 4. 1 ' 1 n 4' , f Y wx 5 X7 ,V fy! Q f ,Z A 1957 JOAN COE Too marvelous for words. Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Business Club Treasurer 33 Booster Club 3, 45 FUL- TONIAN 57. 'S JILL COOMBS Is there a lovelier one? Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Play 2, 3g Three one-act plays 34 FUL- TON IAN 57. BETH COOK Sweet and gentle. 4, V Cheerleader 2, 33 Variety Show 1, 3, 45 FULTONIAN 57. MARY COUTURE Sad are the lads she's leaving. Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 1, 43 Girls' Sports 1, 2g FULTONIAN 57. Lf-A RONALD G. CRONK To live is to learn. CLYDE CREIGHTON Can this be me feeling so happy go A lucky? avg ,ff- ,ff ...ff i xt LEONARD DANIELS Who knows what's going on behind that twinkle in his eyes? yd X YD . X ,h I. XI li., x .W ' V47 XX y , 1 f ' f' I fig-'fem' e'- 3 ggi KEITH EDWARD DARLING Don,t fence me in. Track 2, 3g Cross Country 2, 3. SENIORS CAROL DAVIS Thou swell, thou witty. Three one-act plays 1, 2, 3g Variety Show 3, 41 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Christmas Play lg Girls' Chorus 13 FULTONIAN 57. CARMELA DEMPERIO I'm sitting on top of the world. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 45 FHA 3, 4, President 4g Booster Club 43 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Manager 4. EARL LEWIS DEAN The yearn to wander. Visual Aids 1, 2, 3. DONNA DE R00 I've got the bell bottom blues. Student Council 2, 3, 4g Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4g Variety Show 2, 3g Girls' Sports lg Bowling 1, 2. ANNIE DEMOURO Somewhere beyond tonight lies our I0- morrow. Junior Red Cross 1: Basketball Captain 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2. he 1' 'vrffs' sv' GERALD DINGMAN Believe and your worries will be few. ROBERT DLUGOZIMA ' JOHN DRAPER Oh, how I hate ,O get up in the V 'Q Ile tore down the highway doin' ninety- morning. '- ,, -- ' X L mne' Variety Show 1. 4 .Of ll . I x ,, . X39 M mlm- :4' 1 . jilhfiif ii , ,X fifx if VERNER DROHAN Without you, there's something missing. Baseball lg Varsity 2, 3, 4g Basketball I. 2g Varsity 3, 45 Band I, 2: Student Council Rep. 1, 2: Class Vice Pres. 3: Treasurer 4. LEE EDGARTON Near or far Ill be hangin around Football 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 Intra mural Basketballl 2 3 4 3 You re okay wzlh me Intramural Basketball 4 Chorus 3 4 Variety Show 4 Bowling 3 Badmm l957 a- Q q 5 RONALD DUDA What a lucky guy! DONALD EGAN While I go drifting along Intramural Basketballl 2 3 4 Base ball 3 ton2 3 MN" DIXIE DYER Sincerely. Girls' Sports 1, 23 Girls' Chorus 1, 2g FULTONIAN 57. 43" VIRGINIA EVERSON I ve always liked red heads Starry eyed Student Council 3 4 Booster Club 1 2 3 4 Booster Club Treasurer 2 Chorus 4 Variety Show 2 3 4 FUL TONIAN 57 'N 1 Q .5 . ,xi is ' u If' RALPH N. FERGUSON of ff JANET FINOCCHIARO ' ' , 'lx I, , . , A U Us n .tx 'I KM. I D ' , : n y I a v ' ,X 'N f 1 - y 1 9 :v ' 1 , Q Z :, 1 jf! ' MARY FIUMARA Everything about her suits me to a T G1rls Sports 1 2 3 4 Honor Soclety 3 Pre ident 4 Carpe Diem 3 Vice President 4 FULTONIAN 57 MARY ELOISE FRAWLEY Eloise .' Thafs me .' unior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, President 4-5 Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Vice President 9 ree one-act plays 1, , 3 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, FULTONIAN S' 49 CONNIE FURLONG Oh' Lzfe IS so sweet' Junior Red Cro s 1 Clrls Sports 1 SENIORS WILLIAM FOX Youll see the sun come shmzng through NANCY FOSTER Must you tell me that tt s over Girls Chorus 1 2 ANTHONY FROIO Letls live it up! Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, Freshman 15 JV 2, 3g Variety Show 2, 3, 4. , x ,U D f : "J : F-20241 X ff X 0 225' Future Farmer of Xnurical 2 3 4 ROBERT FULLER Who can explain. MARY JOYCE GENUNG The smtle that won t come 0 Booster Club 1 Glrls Sports 2 3 4 Senlor Manager 4 1957 IOIN FII I FHPIF The mme of an angel 1-nmr Mana cr 4 Ctrl Qyort u 4 FHX ,M Pre- xrlent 2 Pre lflent 3 Parllamvntar JEFFERY GORTON I Le got the world on a string Var lty Fnothall 2 3 4 Baeketball Fre hman 1 JV 2 Var lty 3 4 qtu dent Council I "l ' in-v 3 JOHN GREENE .5- Lazy afternoon WILLIAM GRAY Amt Illsbelranzn Intramural Qport 2 .1-ff' JAMES GL ILFOYLE Hes n frantic llttle bopper Ln sloppy socks Intramural Ba ke-thall 1 2 ROBERT GREGORY Wzth a lzltle bzt of luclt 6? ., mw W THOMAS GL 'VWING WILLIAM HAMMOND The man zn the gray flannel suzt Szgh no more ladles szgh no more Three one act plavs 1 2 3. Carpe Bavketball Freshman JV 2. VZTSIIY D16-m 4, Football ,IV 2 VBTSIIV 3 4, 3 4, Claw Treasurer 1 Intramural Baaketball 1 2, 3, 4 1 M, 3 . 5 N 4 .T I 4 4 ,T . A , - . . 2 ' 9 ' V' 7 9 ' A g- 3 I S' . n S l. 2. lr, E s , 3. 4: Chor Q 1. 2. 3. : 1 Vice L-.. S' . S' . ' - lan 4. I x 7: ' I ' K . I Qg S' . . 3 - -' , 5 Z , 5 , Z M ' K. R 1 , , . . . s . . I A ,A . i S vs' DUANE HENDRICKS l must tell you what l'1re learned. Intramural Basketball 3. 41 Mixed Chorus 2, 3g Carpe Diem 4. MARY JANE HILL Hey there, you with the stars in your eyes. 'G' WILLIAM HOLL Devil or angel. Band I, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 3, 43 Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4g Variety Show 4. SENIORS Il W, L,-O 'Qt 'ff LEWIS HPINDRICKS A great rninrl beromes a fortune. Carpe Diem 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Intramural Basketball lg Student Coun- cil Rep. I, 2. PATRICIA HILL She'll never walk alone. Variety Show 2. 3, 4g Booster Club 2, 3g Secretary 43 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 41 Student Council Rep. 2, 35 FUL- TONIAN 57. Q! CAROL HERXVIAN Erery rlourl has a silver lining. Girls' Sports 2, 31 Variety Show 43 FULTONIAN 57. SYLVIA ANN HILL Sweetest little rosebud. Chorus I, 2g Girls' Sports 1, 2. ROBERT HOPKINS Starting stopping startin' all new. Intramural Basketball 2, 3g Noon-hour Sports I, 2. ' 'IZ' RICHARD N. HOPNIAN Ile's zz most happy fella. Football lg Basketball 3, Track I, 4, Radio Club 3, Variety Show 4. mQwo V3 ROBERT A. HENN With just a memory. Intramural Basketball 3. 4 5 . it LAURIE IVIE You make bright even brighter. Girls' Sports I, 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4g Future Teachers 2, 3g FHA 2, 3, Christmas Play 3. 1957 5? ROGER HORNING No one else zvoulfl seem quite right. Basketball JV 33 Foul Shooting 3. CHARLES INGERSOLL The rest is up to you. Varsity Cross Country 3. 43 Track 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. Y nf fffffilll lI! .'f ' 5?4 . , X Pj N, . ' Y ,f,Qfl xyqfi Af RICHARD A. HOUSE lfs the greatest feeling in the worlll. PETER IVES Oh, what zz wondrous man is he. Football 3, 43 Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. ' ELAINE JOHNSON So carefree and gay. Three one-act plays 3g All County Band 1, 2, 3, 4: .IV Cheerleader, Cap- tain 4g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4. DANIFI KVI LX Iadx lm a rozer Tran fer v6 4-H9 SENIORS FREDERICK IXERFIEN Was there ezer a mend lzlle mu Future Farmer of AII'lf'I'lC3 I 2 3 4 b'x CY"""' lxl NNFTH IKFRFIFN llust I 10010 Intramural lla lx tlmdll l 2 '5 DORIS KINSTVIAN Just an all fimerzcan gzr! FULTONIAN 57 EDITH LA POIINTE Just a rrazx rocllnrollzn Iztlle gold :locks Vanety Show CoCha1rman 4 Cheer er 2 3 B zz 2 B00 er Club 1 2 3 FLLTONIAN 07 VINCENT LA NIACCHIA Thzs 15 the fue Bowlmg 2 3 PATRICK I LANGDON Im on my own Basketball Manager I ANTHOIN Y R LAROCK Someuhere somehow Track 2 Cro Country 3 Vlsual Amd CHARLES D LEROY Ine been thmhzrz Chorus 2 3 GERALD LOCKWOOD A distant journey a safe tomorrow FF l 2 3 4 1957 ROBERT LEROY Don t you forget me Swlmmm 4 ii' i GEORGE MacEWEN I uanna do rt rzght Band l 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 Noon hour Sportsl 2 3 JOHN MALONEY Il was meant to be this may CAROLE LEWIS Her future has no lmzzt Clrl Sportsl 2 3 Junlor Red Cross Carpe D1em 3 4 QCICHCE Club Secre tarv 2 Treasurer 3 4 Boo ter Club 4 Mlfg 125' KATHLEEN lVIAEDER She may be Ilttle but oh my' Clrls Sportsl 2 3 4 Future Teachers 2 3 4 QtudentCounc1l Rep 2 Class Treasurer 2 FULTONIAN 57 -5..,"' LAWRENCE 'VIARTIN In my merry Chenrolet FFA 4 Vlce Pre :dent 4 Ge A l .ff I t I X .N,. ' Q . . ' v' 3 4 ass. 1 .Jw - ,Q .J S - Y, K. .gi f" 5 A.,,- " ,134 -1 Q . ' Q ,,5 ' yr- T N .-sf xl rQ f ll' T .qq X X I yy A , A 9 Cl- Ad-T ,' 5' . -7. X-fi 30 SHIRLEEN MAURER Wrapped up in a dream. Basketball Manager 4, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, FULTONIAN 57. TERENCE MORRILL Got no time to worry. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football Man- ager 4, Varsity Basketball manager 4, Intramural Basketball 3. i 47 -4 SENIORS ,Q - vf,, has SALLY MCNASSER l've come along way. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. ...s KATHLEEN MUSCALINO She's a sweetheart, if there ever was one. Student Council 3, Rep. 2, 4, Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4, Senior Sports Manager 4, FULTON- IAN 57. 204' WILBVR MISCH Manf' He's fabulous! Class President 3. 4, Student Council 4, Rep. 2, 3: Football. JV 1. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. 3, Baseball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4. NANCY MUSCALINO Tip top and terrific. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Maj0re1te 2, 3, 4, FULTON- IAN 57. o 4 ':1., . 3 f f JOSEPHINE A. MUSUMECI 0 CHARLES 0'GRADY Winer underestimate the power of a Gee" The Pllrtyls onlybegllfl-l a 7- - . Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowl- Basketball 1, 2, Variety Show 1, 2, 4, , ing 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2. Buzz 4, Christmas Play 2, Future 'Z Teachers 4. ,yX EDWARD P. OKONIEWSKI Sad are those he's leaving. Basketball 2, 3. 43 Football 3g Base- ball 1, 2, 3. I , Q VELMACELIA PARSONS Diamonds are a girl's best friend. Girls' Cl'1orus.l. 2. 3: Girls' Gym Assist- ant I: FULTONIAN 57. EUGENE PULIS Life is so grand. FFA 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 4. 1957 DAWN M. OTIS Good things rome in .small parkages. Girls' Sports 1. 2. 3. 4: FULTONIAN 57. JAMES POTOCNAK I'm a lucky so-in-so. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4g Golf 2: Varsity Football 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 3, 4. XI"4'1'l ' I e if J Tx ROSARIO J. PAPPALARADO Don't blame me. -15' RICHARD PRASHAW Your heart holds a secret. Variety Show 3: Carpe Diem 33 Intra- mural Basketball 3, 43 Bowling 3, 43 Swimming Team 3. KATHLEEN QUINN All that you desire will be your own. Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 FULTONIAN 57. mf JUDITH M. RICHARDS I can honestly say I wasn't bored. Science Club 1, 2, 3g Library Club 3, Treasurer 43 Bowling 1. 2, 3, 4. JOANNE ROMAS First zz class ring-then a wedding ring. Booster Club 45 Girls' Sports l, 2, 35 Variety Show 2, 3, 43 FULTONIAN 57. WMM BARBARA RUDE Every little star knows how sweet you are. Cheerleader 4g Variety Show 3, 49 Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Sports 1, 2, 34 FLYLTONI,-KN 57. SENIORS DONALD RILEY Can't outrun my Ford V-8. Cv '15-5" E. KEVAN ROWLEE Picked her up in my 88. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 43 Variety Show 4g Hockey 4. 13 MARTHA ROACH In her own quiet way. Girls' Sports 1, 2g FULTONIAN 57. is HL5., CAROL ROY To see you will always be a pleasure. Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 43 Senior Sports Managerg FULTONIAN 57. THEODORE SAFRANSKI Are you ready, Teddy? Varsity Football 3, 4g Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 43 Variety Show 2, 3, 4g lntramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. 1957 be is-Y' RICHARD SAWYER. JR. Young man with a horn. Chorus 2. 3. 5g Band I, 2, 3, 4, 55 Buzz I. PETER SCOTT Youth is full of pleasure. PHILIP SHELDON Y0u'd be surprised. RUTH E. SHELDON She's so doggone nice. Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3. ,Sf ' T., gi .l I 1 ,ffl ml W " .-.-QYR . is 1 . X v X I W STANLEY RICHARD SMITH U xx X Q,-K X xx - If: X x l'm past the age of innocence. Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball, Freshman 1, JV 2, Varsity 3, 43 Class Secretary X ' 4g Variety Show 4. I Variety Show 2g Bowling l. 2, 3, 43 ,IV Manager 2. 3g FULTONIAN 57. EUNICE L. SEATON In her smile, therels tenderness. Variety Show 3, 45 Receptionist 114. T, .Mix ELEANOR SMITH Give me that ole soft shoe. ,Iunior Red Cross l, Treasurer 2, 3, 4-5 Variety Show 3, 4-4 Girls' Sports l, 2, 3. 49 FULTONIAN 57. 51 Sf if LEONARD SNOW Variety is the spice of life. Variety Show 4-3 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Varsity Basebill 2. ANGIE SORBELLO The way your smile just beams. Girls' sports 1, 2, 3, 4-g Sports Manager 4g Variety Show 4g FULTONIAN 57. ALICE STEVENS Anything your heart desires. Girls' Chorus lg Business Club 33 Variety Show 4g FULTONIAN 57. MARTHA STURGIS Tho I leave in sorrow. Noon-hour Sports l, 2. SENIORS 'K ROGER E. SPOHN just as sure as you live. Visual Aids 3. FRANK SPAULDING lllr. Wonderful, thafs you .' Student Council 2. 3, 43 Varsity Base- ball 3, 41 Varsity Basketball 43 Chorus 3, 43 Variety Show 1, 2, 4. F-3 T. JEANNE STOWELL She passes no one without a smile. Girls' Sports l, 2g Manager 3, 4g Variety Show 45 Booster Club 43 FUL TONIAN 57. v JOSEPH STEWART .2 Handsome is as handsome does. lntramtural Basketball lg Football 3, 43 Chorus 43 Hockey 4. MARY STCRGIS Wishing on a star - e 3 fi' H S ' ' 2 3 4' .Noon-h r Q ...,-- onor ., ociety , , , ou 1 sports-l, 2g Variety Show 43 FULTON ly I-YN or LARRY SUTCLIFF E Feelm gay and carefree zoo Basketball 1 Cro s Country 1 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Bowhng 1 WILLIAM TAYLOR Oh I sazled away one mornzng JOHN TREPASSO Beware gzrls' 'I957 NANCY TAYLOR Her luggage IS jzlled mth dreams Llbrary Club 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Bow11ngCapta1n 3 4 GLORIA TAMBRONI Be stall my lady speaks and speaks and speaks DONNA M THOMAS With a song m her heart Chorusl 2 3 Muslc Club 1 C1rls Sports 1 FULTONIAN 57 FRANK TERPENING I just can t tell you how lt feels Three one act plays 1 2 3 Chrlstmas Play 2 3 4 Football Manager 2 County Chorus2 3 4 1 4 JERRY TRLE A talented lad ls he Sclence Club 1 2 4 Jumor Red Cro s I H 4 Carpe Drem 4 NIIXECI Chorus 4 6 ' x ' ' . 5 so , ,I , Q ' ' ', 9 ' , , , 4 - , . : ' ' 1 - aa y, 6 K . ' . 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'KW BEVERLY TYRELL You haze reached the greatest goal Glr Qport I 2 3 4 Warxetw Q vs 4 Choru I 2 DEANNE VAN DE LINDER There II be no one else for me Carpe Dwm 3 Presldent 4 Natxonal Honor SOCIPIY 3 4 Varlety Show 3 4 Chorus 3 4 FULTONIAN 57 Edltor 1nCh1ef 49' SENIORS 'NIARY VALFLUNGA Ezer and erer lasrlrzated by her oo ter Club I 2 3 4 Varlety Show FUI TONIAN 57 PATTI VAN LINDER Your name lS Izlle muszc to me FHA Secretary 4 Noon hour Sports I 2 3 4 FULTONIAN 57 Vx 'NANCX V KN BI RFN e S a dream thats flume Varletx qhom 4 FUI TONIAN 57 EDWARD VAYNER Im as ha py as can be SCIENCE Club I 'N lxed Chorus 4 FUL TONIAN 57 JOHN WALLACE REX E WALLACE You haze done zl by just being vourself Very handsome, Lery tall, Is he bash 2 Noon hour Sportc 1, 2 3, 4, Intramural ful No' af all Baoketball I, 2, 3 Transfer-Ouwego 56 ew' ' 'N - Sh '. ' ' " . 'ls', S . 3 "jLho' "1 '- - 3 s . . . I B 5 . . - - Z D 3, 4: Chorus 21 Girls' Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Wm, , , 3 ' ' , 5 . . I ' I "' i X v 1 1 Q . , ' ' 5, fr ' rj Y RICHARD WALLON Friends now, frknds forever. Future Farmers of America l, 2, 3, 4. PQ' og' BEVERLY WELLS We will have these moments to re- member. Chorus l, 25 Journalism Club 45 Jun- ior Red Cross 45 Bowling 2. PATRICIA WILCOX She's the queen of the teens. Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 3, 45 Buzz Page Editor 45 Future Teachers 2, 45 FULTONIAN 57. 1957 ROBERTA WALTERS But honey, I don? wanna go home! Girls' Sports 1, 25 Chorus lg Variety Show 2, 45 FULTONIAN 57. LINDA LOU WETTERING It only seems like yesterday. Girls' Sports 1, 25 Chorus I, 2, 35 Library Club 4. , K . . Vx la, F r . xv' 7 L jf.. x . 5 QQASS 5 f .Q f f EVELYN WARD Savin, myself for someone. Noon-hour Sports l, 2, 3, Manager 45 Variety Show 4. TERRY WHEELER Such is life, and life goes on. .IV Football 35 JV Baseball 2. 35 Intra- mural Basketball l, 2, 3. 'lf 5,5 LOYAL WOLVEN He,ll remain my friend. JEAN WOOD She s much more than uords can say Class Pres1dent I Yxce Presulent 2 Student Councll R p I 3 Varley Show 3 4 Boo ter Club I 3 4 VIRGINIA WOSE Hopzng we wzll meet agam 'Yoon hour Sports 1 3 Glrls Chorus I 2 3 FHA 4 Llbrary Club 2 4 THOMAS YAGER Keep smzhn right at me Noon hour Sports 1 2 Intramural Bas ketball I 3 4 JV Baseball 3 NORMAN POOLER Well meet agam MR PANNAFINO Our Photographer .-Q P 45 az' 3 I 2, w 4 , V .. , . . ,. . l I - l H ' e . , 3 ' t jf ' , , 3 , l 1 - 2 3 ' ' v 1 3 5 ' y - , . Xssj, B X I 5. v' f XX. '51 ' ' gf, 1 + A 1 - .54 I N ' C 1 f-, ,, K 'I 5' ' ii 1 I if Y 1 f J, O: SENIOR POLL WK BEST DRESSED PRETTIEST HAIR Mary Burton Laurle IVIC Tom Gunnmg Rlchard Clemons 5.1 iifwg .F PRETTIEST EYES BEST FIGLRE Mary Jane Hlll Joan BeVaCql1H Ted Ferguson Rlchafd Burke SENIOR POLL in ufh, YD NICEbT FEATURES Pat Wilcox Joe btewalt qv 'QQ BEST D.-XNCERS Edith Le Pointe jim Cuilfoyle PERSONALITY PLU9 Deanne Van De Linder Wilbur 'VII ch WITTIEST Carol Davis Richard Hopman SENIOR POLL MOST TALKATIVE Jayne Chalone Stanley Smlth MOST ORIGINAL Mary Frawley Edward Bok CLASS COUPLE DONE VIOST FOR Beth Cook THE SCHOOL Roger Hormng Donna De Roo Edward Bok SENIQR POLL DONE MOST FOR MOST LIKELY THE CLASS TO SUCCEED Janet Ballard Mary Frawley Wllbur Mlsch Edward Bok VIOST ATHLETIC 'VIOST COL RTEOUS Lols Gllle ple Pat Wllcox Rlchard Clemons Wllbur VIlSCh SOPHOMORE CLASS MR. ABBOTT FRESHMAN CLASS President ..,.................,....,...,.. PATRICIA SANTORA Vice President .................. JAMES SMITH Secretary ........ .................,...,. KA Y KERR Treasurer .. .............. EDWARD WOEHR MISS ANAGNOST JUNIOR CLASS President ....,,...........,,,.,,..,,,.,,,,..... PATRICK WALSH Vice President ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ANTHONY VANNUCCI Secretary ...,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, A NTOINETTE CINCOTTA Treasurer .,,, ,,,..,.. Y ,, ,,,.,, KATHRYN RATH MRS. MURPHY President WILLIAM RUDE Vice President GORDON McDONALD Secretary CAROLYN FOSTER Treasurer GEORGE KERR HONIPQHOONI 213 First row: J. Bailvy. 5. floss. K- JuJln4 Son. NI. Roy. B. Lamwn. J. Hoon. J Papalf-11, J. LcfRoy. S. Lvppz-rt, li. Jaaak E. Murphy, M, Xlunwn. 5. Nlvntf-r. I7 Juni:-ntl. Se-wand rms: N. Wilvox. ll Lalnout. H. Wvallaw-. Nl. flranmw. ll Xlaclntyrfl. J. Ke-llttgg. H. Hurwll. lf. Linflo. T. Nfirahitu. ll, Nlitvlwll. A xIt'ZltJl'. R. Whltlrnn. I.. Sullixan, Tllirml row: 5. Rossa NI. Snlnwy. M. Turnvr. F. Tzlylur. K. Str-initz. NI. Cirahzm. K Rune-an-, B. Ft. Unga-. F. SllH1IlN'IWilJt', Y. Iltlarrvra. K. xlllfltlly. K. Rzltll. Ffturth mw: J. She-lelurl. J. Surlyello, R V1-ntnn. J. IillIJf'lJglt'. J. Stmlmlarcl. W J St'yIll0llI'. V. Surly:-llw. I, Tuylur. C. Smiv. 9. l'+'r1ka1la. Z f'5 2 J . X i 2 -f HONIHROONI 217 First row: T. t,Qinr'otta. B. Dumas. J Frifkv. NI. Falangza. J. flummina ll Coanl. G. Dean. J. Drape-r. I.. lleflarz Se-fund ww: D. flantle-x. J. YUJJIIIZIT. U 1055. J . 'gf' ' 1. . , I l'. . ' crunk. B. cg.,.,.1man.'J. fllinfky. D C' K Fitz rall P ffl IJ Ddrl ing. HOMEROONI 213 Firft row: S. H1-nnett. NI. Abbott. J Barnard, NI. Bailey, N. Brown. 9 Bc-atllv. Swnnd row: K. Andf-rson. J Jimracvorso. S. Bnnanno. S. Cavallaru J. lhmne. C. Blnunt. NI. Cali. P. Car rlinuli. JUNIORS I. 7 J' 5 J, J ,Q EW 1 5 Jw Q , t J Eli M255 T? llUNIliROONI 16 5 l l E esp' to First row: Rosemarie Barone. Dorothy Battles. Eleanor Bok. .lutlith Bogdziewcz. Nlartha Donovan, Ann Dugan. Second row: William Becker, William Acker. Joseph Dutleck, Eugene Bassett, Ruger Bower, Kenneth Abraham, James Blance. JUNIOR ASSEMBLY SOPHOMORES HUNII-QROONI 116 First row: J. Brzuchav. E. Brown. P. Froppc. K. Rondomanski. Ni. Slwldon. G. Carr. Second row: K. Santora. F. Burrh. NI. Ryan. C. Sr-llman. D. Sant. E. Samson, C. Santora. L. Stewart, P. Bt-lson. HONIEROOM 212 First row: J. Fannin, C. Goode. S Frantz, NI. Fox. L. Halsey. C. Foster R. Gorton. Sf-cond row: A. C-uilfoylff, NI Felt. C. Gardner. F. Falanga, R. Felt B. Edison, C. Colitre. J, Farfaglia. F Dziedzic. SOPHCMCRES IIONIICRUONI 211 First row: B. Taylur. J. Hlifking- V- Trtru. Nl. Nidtlvll. X. Trtru. J- TSYIUT- Sq-fund ww: P. NivLaugl1lin. I.. Muon. J, Szmitiard. 5. Thmnpson. K. Story. K- Niattvsun. P. Nlvflinnis. J. Nlvlfarlanrl. HOMEROOM 219 Filgt row: J. Rmigvr. C. Pfwrtvr. .I Nucifora. M. Ellitrnm. J. Hotaling, M. Pfahl. P. Hntaling. Second row: Bajordin. B. Paiko. J. Poyneer. L. Pierce. K. Wallavr-. D. Pottrr. P. Phil- lips, R. Ke-rfivn. B. Pierce. B. Parsons. HONIEROONI 218 First rnw: Y. Cary. J. lfa-te-r, J. Crisa fulli. I. lfuunt. C. Vafta. P. fflawlli Fr-cw-ntl row: Ill. Wilson. .-X. XviIlf'ilt'ii P. Yan U1-Water. I.. Lllfllh. Nl. De Nlasl. li. Wil-un. 5, Wurdliaugli. K Yagvr. f , x-,N1 HOMIQROONI ll? First row: P. Garrvlt. J. H:-nry J. Hymlm-. I.. Huntvr. H. Hall. ,-'K Uuiffrida. NI. Hfrlnivs. M. Hel me-r. SPCOIIKJ row: J. Cuarrr-ra U. Gifford, O. Geurgv. A. lirl-C0 R. Hartranft, C. Hawksliy, J Pappalardu. J. Hanes. Third row W. Inch. E. Gantlf-y. C. Gaydos J. Goss, E. Gibbons, H. Howl. J Grf-co. 42? 'I f FRESHMEN IIONIERUONI 113 First ruw: C. Divkqiiist, Y. Frcw man. J. llusliarm. J. Cfarringrtfvn L. Fanrhvr. I.. Hingis. Nl. Fahlf' Fevund ruw: J. flaza. l'. Car mlinali. C. Dumae. D. Carve-y, P Farm-ll. J. Caftiglia. L. Culitrc R. Burton. Third row: D. Ducret R, Burns, E. flnaklf-y. lf. Sher man, S. Estahruuk. K. Crawford J, Caniplwll. I.. Fluml. ROOM 119 First row: B. Blount. J. B1-nnett, fl. Be-ck:-r, J. iiovay, J. Abraham. C. Alswnrth, D. Bf-st, P. Blake. Se-cowl row: B. Allen, L. Blan- flinn. NI. Bernaflfr. N. Buwelr. L. liriggx. A. Barilin. J. Anderson, B. Briggs. G. Anthony. gq. ,s 4 L 5', 4 ,,.f'M Q . fc sf, , ,ni .L ' ' "7 X F3 W. x, , - ' un.. , -ig' 2 ,A llv A v ,f ki 1 I-':'5-di -.,.:.-V 1' 'ma Q a -, adv" If sw. ., ,ffw my .rg I , Iv 'Y' 3 . 5 ' 3' f g , ., g If , . sl K Am Q Q EM m Quai M wdJA: '. .9 21, . ' 1 2 ? T 0 V f 5 - - M 'W' 7 QQ '-'lg J! N, I ..-N , QE 'Q H 2 ,B w S Q 3 -f 9 23 ff 1 Y . 7,2 .W ,A--I 5' ll YV, lf 9 '4 57' N I, Miz , in -V x J' . in - " 3, I A . K , f ' Z1 ,-ff? I ii X-J LW fix, 1 E , .D , 1 .3 is X R K K ,M Q! ' 5 Sha 1" - s' X E If M tv? f I e L JP. ag -f 7' ,rw X 1-rl 7-Amy? X X X I fx , X If IW A 'D' b , ' X? I I ww' f Q . P x N1 1 X X X , ix . , - - ' l X I X fl x .C-,, Lk - A xv! V N X X lx Uxxn ,fm XJ' W x 'UN TP 'N' X X xl ' 'A 5 ' gg! Afllxf f X NN X l Sifxw 'Qsfil H H., ,XM Q, Xfxfxxjlii. ,X x-X ifx as if VR? lim X R X N Ci!! XXXXX ww fix XFN' N .f gl' ,Xi -xi Wriifx XXX! fx? WfS3vwx XV" ,X,. '4' X2 X . f XQ L,- AN QQ f if W 1 H, ' XXX jim N4 , ,L Ti f ff c '52 Q 4? 1 W , 4 f V ,K N X n -ml HFA QQQ M f X fiae XQ rl Y 1 Qi'-JE a 13 cz Cl Xl qt '-4, W W - . . A N awk W AL fx Front row. lcft to right: Wlillrur Nlisch. .lane-t lfinochiaro, llonna ll:-Ron. lftlwarfl llok. Franklin Spaultling. Kathryn Rath. Secoml row: William Ruilc. Sonia l'cnl-cala. Karl-n Ste-initz, Antoinette Cincotta, .-Ml'-lv Rowlm-, Carolyn Foster. Kay Kcrr. Kathlcvn SIIIPIIVIU. ,lainie-s Smith. STUDENT COUNCIL SlUfl0lll Council, which was organizecl in l'J20, is uncler the supervision of Nlr. ljeluso who helps the council with prolulenis con- cerning thc stuclcnt hotly. The Council sponsorefl tho Freshman Frolic. the Nlarch of llimes, Community Chest. 0rphans's Christmas Fund Campaign anal Christmas decorations in the school. Citizenship. School Service. and Scholastic Awarcls are given annually uncler their sponsorship. The nienibers also attend stuflcnt government conferences in other schools and participate in open forum assemblies concerning school problems. w '91 MR. PELVSO and EDWARD BOK Front row. left to right: Patricia Santora. Kathleen Kluscalino. Leonard Snow. Gayle Belaski, Kathleen Cast-y. Second row: lsadore Trovato. James Camplwll. Tctl Woehr. Ronald Smith. Paul Drohan, Charles Leotta. 17 gn' Q Q L Q- x . 4 sf. 5 2' sig in SCHOCL FLAG 8. fi 4 .- , 1 XX wx , X0 vxi SX XY xnt rom Qatolxn Po ter 11.111 l"I'dI1ll eannettm 111111 r I4 e Barnum out max ro X111 .1rre 1 xdl'lNll mc llecn La ex Nlarx Yalelun a lhurlx Nl 1 1 rn l 1tr14 NI rw Burton Pat Taxlnr ,l xnx ihalonm ll rwl v on 1 1111 X out r bara Garrett 'Nancw Nlu calmo Patr1C1a YY lmx lxathlun Nlu calm: ,lamt l'lINNClll8l'It L01 Nhller Nlerrx Holme 'Nlanetta Loornt Jtanne Ntowll oanne Rmna Fourth rum Ro emarx Gorton Nandra Thomp on Nlary Jam Felt Dtanm YanDeI mder Imtla LaPlante Eleanor Bok Carolxn Goode Donna Wrax Joannt farrm ton Eleanor Warclhau h Nherrx BOOSTER CLUB ,fv- J -f E S-.f x f Q-Wwskvf-v 54 ffrlzzior NIR RONF Flhe Booster Club mai orvamzecl 111 1953 to pro mote school Gplrlt ln the paQt four xears lt has chartered buQes for the out of town gamei helped put on pep Z1iQCIl1l'JllCQ and sold programs at the games Amone 1 ellglhle to 10111 and help ra1Qe more Interest 1n Qchool QportQ and to IIIIIJTOXC School Qplrtt The IUCC'llIlgQ of Bowler Club are held twlce a month unfler the QUPPYXIQIOI1 of 'Vlr Hoge OFFICP Rs Front rom fawlf Br-Ia k1 Pre ldent Karen Qtumu Hee Prrldr-'nt Back rom Hewrlx Boscc Tred urfr Pall-1113 Hlll Necrr-tarw Frf ': f' ' U N 5 ' . 513' i ' J " ' ' Fat ' . Yi ginia Vl4f'lI'lt. Phyllis Pwppv. ROS '. I Uv Ca l X311-. Pat lf' -ll. Pat lie-I-4111. 51- -ond row: l' 'lv F .. Katl ' l 5 . ' U' Y QI . ' ' j lf1v"'e'. llayl- llvluxkf Ka 'Il 5tm'1t1ilz. 'L "ia Hill. . a -' V . 'Q . - I ' -. H 1i rt xv: lfar l- l.-wie. Je' Y l. lla - .. 1' .I S ' . " 'i V 1- . at ' 1. ' ' ' . A- S A ' . . jj s. . ' ' 's. - .' '- .vj ' P: ': Q Y, , x -4 X W- 5 f fi 1 a 4 , D ' - 5. . 40- ' Q K ' ' . M r - f Y e. X u 5 , . -1 . , . J K ,' l ' Q . . , 1 'tfjf 5. 5 g A S- I , ,Z ,l , ,S 1- I' ' ' Us X A I if Q- .4 r - 1 V J. ,- A " ' v .A S C.: 0 . l Y: fx ms: l., Fu xr . 5. bw-. Nl. lurn-' . N-vu 1 1-wg X, bumw. l.. .vw XX ll Yanllf-l.inllr-r. Xl. Fiumura. K. .l'PllI1NHIl, ll, NI,u-lymrw, 'Illini mug AI. Yan. CARPE DIEM V-. YT? lh'l.1ml:-r.,l. lrL1e'.YX.f.arr1r1g1t0n. ll, ,l0Il!'N. lt luyl-rr. Jr l lr 1 . il f fl 8 5 Carpe lliem was urg1zu1ize4l in V231 lu prepz11'v stuclents A for college swvial life. .Xny juniffr ur seninr van lwwnrw Ll xx TN I member if lhex are enrnllerl in the- Cwllvge llntramv Course. K f' 5 Every S1-cohd Wvi'1lIlf'SilHf uf the Ihulllll. the students Front' Deannv x'211lDt'l..ll1flt'I' Pre-inlz-nt' Nlarv gather at the home of um uf tu memlvf lf. pliillll mg then Flumma. MCC Prmdemz Maman Folmvyn becrmaryl HUM' C ly learned Bridge skills. arpe Diem is umler the ahle sl1perxisim1 of Nlisi Vlqal- lace. Firt row Ni Cali ,I Nucifora J Coe P NIcCinn1 NI Bonanno Second row: M. Frawley B Edison K Rondaman ki 'VI Donaxan F Dnedzic NI Nlatott Third row: I-. Sullivan, R. Barone ,I Rodgers S Goss K Johnson M Fiumara M Solowy NI De 'lla i, P. Cardinali. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Every year the pupils of Fulton High School with report cards of a 2.5 average are eligible to join Honor Society. Since 1950 when Honor Society was formed, it has become one of Fulton Highls most educational clubs. With the guidance of Miss Short, the club has performed many activities. and helped to improve the standing of our school. icrr-Back: M. Cali. Treasurerg NI. Frawlf-y. ice Presidentg S. Goss, Secretary. Front: NI. Fiuniara. President. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Fxrt rom Jutlllll Ha km Kathleen Nlaeder Nlars Xnne Call Patrlcxa Lardmalx Second row Patrlcla W1lcox Donna Canes Ro emarxe Barone Thml row Nlartha Pfahl Janet Greco Diane C -Knn Du an lonelle Co Suzanne Ro e ,lane Kello Future Teachers of Amerlca wshuh was formed In F H N III 1963 has as lts present "" aflxlsor 'Vlr 0 Connor Thls or, mlzatlon offer an opportumtx for members to learn more about teichmg Recentlx the club slsxtecl the campuses of Oswego Stan leuhers NIRS OCONNOR fldusor BUSINESS CLUB Puplls who take one busmess subject are Sllglble for membersh1p m the Busmess Club Thls orgamzatlon was started 1n our school more than twenty years ago Club busmess meetmgs are held at noon 1n school and socral meetmgs are held ln the evenmg at members homes Mlss McGraw IS faculty adusor for the group t row C Roy P Wllcox J Dom Y Wo e A Qtexen E Ward NI Qturgl Q Nlaurer Row E Seaton D Gxffortl Qc-cond r w X Dm P Yanlnnmlzr Nl Roach J Nloon B Goodman J Fmoccluaro NI Yalalunga K umn L Rockwood C Bela k1 X Sorbello K Rath 'Nl A x K - L.: 5 B ' f E ., X A Q H , .5213 K I . qw.-'f'Ukfx'lK,,I' .C sa-,iggln-fx'-,S My Q., , 8 , kk ,.k uv, 13 ,n e ,I , 3. - I A a S I . 7 , , I 's 'L ' ' s, ' . , , I- 3 ', ' ' ' ' 'h , -: A ' - v ' v v oss, r g . ss. ., s , gg. . . ', 'C ' ..f.' 1. c .': ' V3 V, l s. ' . '. Us ' ' S . ' ' r ie- College and Syracuse Lniversity and observed classes in action. . . . fs ..- . :ii A f, -' 1, fm X A - Y q n y L4 v 1-,,,,,, 1 I Y v Y v s .- . , . . ' ,. to as El fggasiss W 5 , 1 2 E+? L I gr - ' , .5 ' S E C C A f 1 4 if 1 1 1 3 ' 5 ' U ' Y of 5 in L g , , .Rf , 4 s . Q' C- 2 - r , Firs ': . , . H , . ', '. vs , .. s ' S. . ' ,, . C 's, -. . , KI. ',.,Q . .' .e o':'. 'gs, ' ,.. .. , .' ' , .iQ'-,f-1 ' s',.-.Q . . ,.. 57 Falanga, S. butchffe, B. Tyrell, XI. DIUTQLIIS, Y. borbello, NI. Cranzow. ,, 4..., First row: H. Dingle, J, Boone. R. Wallon, L. Martin, E. Pulis, C. Prior, VV. Fox, J. Durfey Second row: Mr. Black. adxisorg C. Knight, A. McFarland, J. Hanes, R. Coe. L. Raymond, J Kabot, Chapter Queen. W. Kimball. J. Arnold. W. Revette. R. Wallace, E. Braddish. Third row L. Pierce, F. Kerfien, R. Abbott, R. Abbott, D. Ludwick, L. McEwen, C. Lockwood, E. Sampson R. Yvalclron. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America, organized in 1927, participates in State Fairs and studies many ways of better farming. Activities include holding outdoor meetings at the members' farms and spon- soring a basketball team. This year, for the first time, they elected a Chapter Queen. 1 A41 'Q m D EXW' xiafisfircx FITSI ow B Hall B Edl on ,I Go s 'NI rawley M Call ,I Creco R Sawyer Second row P Bel on L Blandlno Tlurd row I. Dmgman 'NI Pfhal J gtoughtenger J Hyde B Ketchum B Keller A Dugan D Goss C Lewl R Waldron P Rrhfor 9 Colrtre B Phelp G7 ront 'NI Frawlex Preldfnt B Edl on Yun Prel ent Back Nl Call Trea urer J Cos Secretary 60 JUNIOR RED CROSS ,lumor Red Cross was flrst organlzed IH 1940 under Mrs Joseph sfllltll Mrs Colltre who has to make the club successful Thls year the group sponsored January Jump a sery successful mformal dance Thew also gaxe 4550 to the Hungarlan Relref Fund and bln to the 'Nlarch of Dunes 3 'IS is 4flL1sor NIRQ COLITRF f ,A Q ,Lx , N X L ' n A N A 'fi 5' " S' 'r:. ,. 's,. Sgr., ,. ',., .. : .s,. '. :.. Y,.. ,., V. ,. ',. , . , . , . , . S, . , . ' I ,M , . s. rg. . Y . . . V , I . K l . . . , ' ?j"9' ' been the 3dV1SOI' smce 1952, has done her utmost C - . ss 1 Sv . , , . SF? ,V ,A 'Y ' 3 S 5 f I V. f I ,, 1- k '. F Z A . ' s' f 3 . . fd . . " 2. . ' ', s 3 . s.Q , l . T to wg-v Q- 11111 I'runL row Patrlcla f3!'ll1IlHll Ro er Jom Second rms NIHTIOH Nolowy Arthur Looml Lmda Sulluan ThlI'l1I'llM Carol Lum Kexm Nlurphy R1Cll8Fi1x1HICPH Ulu la 'Nlltmhall XIRN INN MI VR RI-XNUI DN mlpnff llul, hlllwf Srmnre .5unm11rA1Iz1sor SCIENCE CLUB at "" ,,,gxg3-P' '7' i'L..L ,,. Q Fwnt rw: Jw-ie Du-harm. Ilwnna Clarwy. Han-ld HM.-I. Joyw tluxzigliu. JULHHIP' Larringlon. ?4e-f-uni nm: Mark Wat:-rf. lrxingz Taylur. Rivhanl Haw-ltirlv. I.:-igll flnlitn-. Iillward Hg-whine, 62 Paul Cfurriinali. 4Xlfrf'rl ilrf-vw. Darragh Kctfhum. Charlv- Imvtta. Left to right Charles Colnre Roger ,lone Charles Prlor Tony LaRock Earl Dean Fredrxck Arnold 'Nhchael Call Dougla Edward Carl Knlght VISUAL AIDS MOVIES are better than ever Thls phrase used tlme and agam, can now be applled to the frlms used ln Fulton Hlgh The projector IS run by students who volunteer to work ln Room 19 durmg a free bell WlIhOUt the help of these boss the teachers would haxe to run the projector and therefore would not be able to gne full attention to thelr classes We should gne recogmtlon to these boxs for thelr seruce to our school Advzsor NIR ABBOTT RECEPTICNISTS Front row Mary Ann Call Donna De R00 Mary Burton Patrlcla Wllcox Carole LEWIS Kathryn Rath Back row Kathleen Muscalmo Eunlce Seaton Marjorle Buell Dlane foes Sharon Goss Patrlcla H111 Jeannette Fannin OFFICE WORKERS '22 an Front row C-awle Bela lu Patrlcla Hlll Nlarv Couture qhxrleen 'Nlaurer Back row ,loan Coe Kathleen Nlaeder Patrlcla NIcC1nn1 Ruth qhelnlon Xian Jane Felt Bexerly John on Donna Thoma -sg Nlr O Lonnm r confers mth Nlarjorle Hue ll N mor COUNSELING DEPARTMENT There are many helpful seruces offered ln the Guldance Offrce ln 114 under the superslslon of 'Vlr Oconnor and 'Ur Peluso Students can flllfl 'Vlrs O Connor there amtlme ln the mormng whlle Mr Peluso IS there both IIl0I'IllIIg and afternoon Mrs OConnor and Wlr Peluso are only too glad to talk mth pupxls about thelr problems whether soclal or educatlonal They are also mulling to talk to parents Mrs OConnor and Mr Peluso help students wlth schedulmg fouryear plans and selectlng courses fltted to thelr ablhty Representatlves from dlfferent colleges are sched uled to come to d1scuss w1th students thexr 1nd1s1d or a speclallzed school for advanced trammg Trlps are made to schools and students tour classes and get a v1ew of college llfe There IS also a xery actne counselmg commlttee whlch 1s constantly strlvmg to lmprove the seruces avallable to the student 'NIr Pelu 0 confer mth Kathleen Sczupak Fre hman . Q H I A . 3 - -6' V 9 3 5 l K , A4 . q M s o Ed - 4 - A . ' I' ' ' ' , ' ' ual problems concerning the selection of a college 7 . . . , . , a v E v V ' . 7 V 1 V 1 n a ' V 1 ' l E V A V . . S s " , 5 F. H. S. BAND 12? iv 1 , 4 First row: Terrence Morrill, Jane Kellogg, Patricia Riley, James Caster, William Gaebel, William lnch, William Hanlon, Ronald Smith. Second row: Anthony Froio, Elaine Johnson, James lzyk, Marie Bailey, John Darling, George McEwen, William Holl, William Hammond, Barbara Johnson, William Wiettering, Elizabeth Blake, Patricia Rebeor, Joyce Castiglia, Ruth Peronne. Third row: Martha Pfahl, Kent Wallace, Janet Greco, Steven Otis, Samuel Guiffrida, Donna Staple, Jerry Barnard, Ronald Burton, John Anderson, Richard Miller, Robert Parker, Richard Sawyer, William Acker. Fourth row: John Penkala, Lee Stewart. Christopher Scriber, Neil Brinkeroff. The Fulton High School Band meets three times a week under the guidance of Mr. Wagner. The band plays for all football games and assem- blies. They also participate in Baccalaureate and Commencement Exer- cises. They march every year for Elks, Memorial Day, Armistice Day, and other civic observances. Some favorite numbers played this year include: The Marching Band, Color Guard, The Spartans, and Glory of the Trumpets. Some favorite overtures include Carnival of Roses and My Fair Lady. MR. WAGNER, Advisor ' at s ..t. it 'QF :L Sfif-339' P5- ' L -f vf ,. , ,,k 1 1 .fa -N HU 12 ,fi '7 ,. gi - - 451, 2'-I Hi. 'ff ff F 3'2" L5'f5Q-f, - If-f"., Sf' 7' 3 M N , . , 3' 1 g 5 Q ' 55,37 5451? " . Q: 1. Mx gr, V gf ".. .wj'iI,d4 5. 'W'- W ., f . P Q,- .' ix , 1 ' gygik K f' , E 1 - .Q ai e 'P f 2 3 I 4' 4' a at e "' M. 1' M- nn Q .." 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' A I, if jguwit ,. I J ,vi ,f H' 4, ' ,. AC: W K N v AG , Aga? is " 4-5".g . 7 S- llm, f 953 f-5. ,,... ,mf "1i A ff. V ig " ' - S? :lg W , it "' gg. Q A f ,Ti W I ,uv ww. A ,M y s X 1 0 ff., 1 l"f"IDT-l0CD"'l I 9 5 B FULTON OSWEGO 'W i M "WTS S ,..., n--"' JUNIOR Ihr- Junwr Nzuwlly l,l1w-1'- IQ-mlm-is han- flume- il XSUIltl1'I'flll jul' ulfw lll IVLIVIKIIXQI our j.N. Baslwtlvall Tram. Their Rffwrts lu prunwte lwettm' svhw-ml fpirit mlurmg the- JK. gurm-N has l1t't'Il highlx' 11ppl'c'1'iz1t1'f1. f"9' I JOSEPH! NE SORBELLO VARSITY EILEEN BROWN .jf ELAINE JOHNSON CHEERLEADERS 1956 1957 PHYLLIS PROPPE yi ,..0 uv Hn. wa ., f F Ja ,V ,E ai e W' vi? WJ if .-'em -1 X , A Q-1 'M- ' s i., y, 8 ag' s 15' if " , 4 4 ld r 5,13 kg? ,V 5 qi. 1 fa, ,Q ' w ,,,A D v-.6 " .f v ' fm f,iffil far ff if 1 fi A .Ll Ns 'fuk 'Q Y I 7 oft sf ff Q! K :iff ,ifjf M Ar I. 733.1-'ff f vb, V 3' V 5 1'.1ggE' J- fir' ,J M , was Ko.-.N ' dew ,,-ff-M W MQ Q ' at as.. Nw-N. K: g. 2' .,, I A , F ' K A- g , 5. 'SE .4 ' 253 Q A 4,. .V M, , 2:15 if I B " I KW 5 First row: William Pierce, john Ludington, Sam Guiffrida, Lawrence Sutcliffe, Richard Clemons, Charles Ingersoll, Tarzan, Mascot, Lee Conners, Jack Kszystniak, Kenneth Abraham. Second row: Coach Lloyd Tyler, Thomas Spaulding, Steve Mitchell, .lohn Penkala, Jack Salmonsen, Philip Diehl, lvan Coant, Paul Drohan, Fowler Hanlion. Robert Kelsey, Parker Phillips, William Maroney, Lee Colitre, Leon La Clair. Joel Rutledge, Manager. Absent: Edward Terramiggi. The Cross Country Team had a successful season this year. They participated in meets at Fulton. Utica, Altmar, Wlatertown, and Baldwinsville. They also took part in the Section Three Championship lVleet. We would like to thank Mr. Tyler for all the time and help he has given the boys on the Cross Country Team. RICHARD CLEMONS COACH TYLER During the past year Dick Clemons has accom- plished many feats. He came in first in every meet in which he participated except at Watertown where he placed third. At the Oswego Palladium Times Race, he set a new record for that track of ll:l8. He gained first place at the Section Three Championship, and won the State Trophy at the Baldwinsville Meet. Con- gratulations, Dick. we are proud to have you a mem- ber of our Senior Class. .ru-.QV INTRAMYQRAD FOUL Cuiffrida. i fax I V.. A! fr 1 X4 W fx '- I :' .-N in ' J 5 Xx X ai SHOOTING: Sam X 1 A INTR,-XNllfRt-XI. PL'I.L VPS: Edward Wallacv. Ronald Tr-tro y-.-.4 BOWLING-First row: Charles O'Crady, James Potocnak, INTRAMURAL PUSH UPS: Sam Bonanno, John W'allaQQ Harold Wilber, Wayne Kidd. Second row: Patrick Manno, Peter Scott, Ronald Tetro. Absent: Ronald Fancett. Q mn i., ...., 7' 'KIHQMN - USL-.w. - -Qr....,,,, l"' SW ININHNC Front row Edward Woehr. William Sey- mour Back row Wilbur 'NI1 ch, Garry Baker, Cordon 'Nhllonald Absent Kevin Nlurphv. an-ug A -Q--,F BADNIINTON: Donald Cronk, Kevin Murphy, John Howe. Mi 'V , Wk A n A as 5 ' 'Q Q Us 7 K4 fi , W 1 fy f Q ' Q A 'S-sr 1 1? 1+ Jaw 1, 85, 4 an K M, , l " ' 1 Mg- ' a 4 1 25431, J'ff2'5L32- A. A L ,ay ia- . - F A I Lit!! x.,V A Meg, .aww-,V-: if A , fi-"'-in ,, M, k f f f . . , sf fp, Sig ' , ff., . n.,,.:f E .-Y, V . M ' V ,JG ni-JV' 5'2"f' 1Efff?fi 675116 Hd'-3' 2, 'Q .. ,,., 9 l? 91f grrf 1:77 , ,K f iff gsneyxiimg f I , gig 'ix-Qwxrggifgf A, , , rr I H L f '41"3f'f' LL 7x"f:'1,1 k ,V ' :st , fggffr' ,MQW , ' :ff L 5 1 1 1 'FM Q A, I' H ' Z K , ff, Kb , 'Mi iq , ,i- .4 gffffzflg ' ff fe f Q 'iff ,,feN:'kM ,Sf gy 'WV I M , . an , . " Q '47, g"if fd 1' Q 1 VJ ' X Y ' f f f I , , , '-"9"' W , W I 1, s YW-' gif, ,apgf , V f 72111, , - gf K ,, X Qi .,:'Pf ' if , ar ' 4' W -4 2- A ,,,,, V, kg K , , .3 : I I Q 'Q J gi' .JQQL ff '19, , ,KM W1 , A ,we f . A , , A 2, A 1 H 5, Q , L . ,r 'f A is 11 .fe . 1- J fm ww V 2-2 1 H ,ilu l :Q , V. 5335 gl Q ' 1 ,ix 1- ae R A M" f J Q . -A 34 Q As there were only seven girls who played tennis this year. there were no pions. They played among themselves just for fun. Tiff . F 4 rqffzs K !"f'5 cham- TENNIS From left to right: Ann Winchell. Joan Butter- man. Jeanette Cabot, .lane Abraham. Bar- bara Wooclard, Joyce Wolwn. Helen Lamb. 3. .flxl ,-. if E1 , - xv WA '-4 W l v .N x 5 -47 Vps' -.331 'S Firxt row: jnycr- tl:-nung. Hayle iiviaski, liluim- jnlinwri. llurnl Huy, Se-omni rnw: Angie! Fnrhvlln. tfarnwla IH:-inperin, jf-an XYvlItlti.t!21f'Ui Ilaxix. lmic ljille'-pix: Timm-rly Tyrvll. izlalnc Johnson S anrl Janet I'lIl01'f'illEiI'tl s tvanis xxrre thv nnlx two Fvniur Basket- mall teams this ye-ar. They plays-cl Hannihal and utt1e1'Sr'li0uls in this are-ai. I-nrst row: Nancy lwwxte-r. Flnrlw-n Nluurvr. ,lane-I I-'iririncliizirwn El:-annr Smith. Second row: Dawn Otis. Patriviu Wilvnx. .Nnniv De Munro. Kathlm-n xIllSl'l11iflll. Nunry Nluwalimv. ,,.,,. . vpn...- vi' SENIOR VOLLEYBALL Firxl mu: Bewrly Tyrf-ll. Kathleen Nlae-dvr, Carol Hwy. Janvt Finucchiaro. Dawn Otis. Serfmnd rnw: Ruth She-lflnn. Nlartha Roach. SlliI'l1'f'Il Maurer. Kathlven Quinn. Mary Fiumara. Eunif-Q Sviilnll. ' TWU i L in 0 -Q l ri? 2i!5 .Q 1 'I 5 ,ex a ' i . '. 7- , . f , i-3h.,f'. H . 31 . 3' ,f , ' ' if if ' i 2 ff- fl in fa, 9, -. 'M 1 EW' gag fu g 4 'tl .5 'Q f -+ ' 4 f f, ,I ,- X F.ll.F. DAY BY DAY Study Hall 21,1 Student Council Secretarial practice Demonstration Day vv. , lui, i L'3f:ev"'!j .wk ,!"'A "Jr N Fo Ho So Srving 1-lah 0 - X AN--x lair' 44 Preparing ceramics for art exhibit in Syracuse ..', . -u S Cholarship Class Q vo Working on the buzz H., M Here G the bus ljgt 'I .-L-f if 4 v . . PP' J Q xg. vm. Wg , f 1 , ?Imf4iii55 9 4955 f W. A , 6, ,, ,M lf , 21 f:.11w-5: 3 1: jg O W f AQ? If M A A? X Q15 Q g ,MLA r e W V, x I t, , kk n fx R ,, f VW. 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