Fulton High School - Fultonian Yearbook (Fulton, NY)

 - Class of 1959

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MILES ABBOTT WILLARD ANDERSON DOROTHY BEARDSLEY ERNEST BLACK FrenCh 3, Biology Physical Education Home Economics Agriculture, Homes and Athletic Director Gardens DEAN BURT MINNIE BUSKE JOSEPH CAINIPOLIETA Consumers' Education Latin 1 :md 2 Citizenship 10 Business Law Freshman Football Coach Business Arithmetic Introduction to Business BETTY CHENEY GERTRUDE COLITRE ETHEL DIXON LEPH FLYN Physical Education English 9 Engljgh 12 E ' 'Hgh 11 fx i if La i x Q X W Ei kv5 .i. sf. W. , , , .2 ag 3. vs 'fi fc. ig. 75, sw, A ., . 3 gl? -F, :fbi mi-spa-Y.. , LLOYD TYLER DANIEL WAGN R MARION WATERS Citizenship 11 General usic Librarian Problems of American l fi , Democracy I i Cross Country Coach l f' ' 1 K Aa' I yds i l DOROTHY VVINTERS JOHN ZIZZI Nurse Citizenship 9 MARY SHORT English 10, 11 Mrs. Cavone is the Fulton High School secre- tary. She keeps the office running smoothly and methodically by her systematic disposition of at- tendance slips, excuses, and passes. Mrs. Holroyd, as secretary to Mr. Rowland, handles correspondence, circulates announce- ments, and posts the permanent records. MRS. RUTH HOLROYD MRS. MARJORIE CA Secretary to Mr. Rowland School Secretary eniors SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right . . . Sandra Thompson . . . Treayurer . . . Karen Story . . . Secrefary . . Kathryn Rondomanski . . . Prafidelzt. . . Paul Drohan . . . Vice Prefidefzt. At last . . . how we've changed . . . togetherness . . . memories . . . Senior Alley . . . mornings in 214 . . . our own UPOLITICIAN AT LARGE" . . . class spirit . . . knowing everyone . . . were WE ever freshman? . . . College Boards . . . dress up and mess up . . . Vest and Apron Day . . . Class Night . . . Senior Play . . . excitement of commence- ment . . . thoughts of the future . . . all our dreams . . . wonderful year . . . fulfillment! Ol'R FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS FRONT. left to right . . . Gordon Mc- Donald'-'-' Vue Pm,afden1 , . . Williairi Rutle-vPretif!fuz . . . BACK, left to right . . , Kenneth Fitzgerald4Trei1Jufer . . . Linda Halsey'--Svr1't'l.1r-3. OUR SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS FRONT, left to right . . . Gordon Mc- Donald-Vire Prerident . . . William Rudew-Prefidenl . . . BACK, left to right . . . Carolyn Foster-Secretary , . . George Kerr-Tref1rw'er. OUR JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS FRONT, left to right , . Vice Preridenl . . . Kathryn P7'E'Iid67I1l . . . BACK, left to right . . Story-Sefremry . . . Gordon MCI Trenrurer. ROY ABBOTT always ll joker . , . talkative . a ready friend . , . Ahb QHLOTS WILLIAM ACKER A V air of tranquillity . . . eloquent ,KT i exif S' .Aw . quiet . , . musically inl9l.inecl,.9,-,Q kill X .t y 1 i i ELIZABETH ALLEN sincerity and 'kindness . . . easy to like ,..8 KENNETH ABRAHAM quiet and easy going . . . reserved . . a swell guy . . . runs a fast mile . . . ' Quaker BEVERLY BALDWIN to know her is to like her . . . the a gootl joke . . . Ellen freshness of springtime . . . radiant personality . . . Beve ROBERT BA JORIN wi thou swell . , . thou witty . . . straight faced comedian . . . always leaves 'ou laughing , . . Otter JIEROME BARNARD ROSE MARIE BARONE INUINCFIIS like UNSC . . - fillly l-710115, she's always there when works to be and l1i1f1LlS0INC , . . lalllglling CYCS . . . done . . . sunshine follows in her quid . . . Jerry steps . . . active girl . . . Rosie RONALD BARTLETT small but mighty . , . the better you know him the better you like him . . . man with a guitar . . . Peanut K PATRICIA M. BELSON appreciates her school , , . and friends . . . light-hearted and ever friendly . . . Pat Semors AUDREY BEADLE dancing eyes . . . casual charm . . quietly interested . . . Auddy JOHN BERGMAN tl mt that surprises you . . . man of moods . . . strong, silent type . . , john Us JJ, WILLIAM BECKER hard steady worker . . . his frier is a treasure . . . smiler . . . Bill A s H. IAM ES BLANCE vivacious . . . passion to dance clever mimic . . . eager to Jim JUDITI-I BOGDZIEXVCZ ELEANGR BOK friend to everyone , . . lovely and like- charm in F sharp . . , gay and Ou able . . . the starlight gleaming . . . H . , ambitious , , , Eleanor Judie if MARIANNE BONANNO variety show memories . . . anticipation . . . it go-getter . . . Marianne EZTLLOTS JUDY BOUGH oh happy day . . . smiling always . . whirlwind . . . Judy if? Z a, .ix-'A,, :'L,4-- val 'Ji' L., A14-f1J"'YlO it 554-Q we RICHARD BONANNO a little work, fl miie play . , . fl ,,,u-4' 3, personality to go with his height . . . witty and talented . . . Blip EDWIN BRADISH blue-eyed . . . blond . . . and bashful . . , that secret smile . . . Ed 'rx EILEEN BROWN cute and perl-.y . . . dark eyed pixie . . . aversatile miss . . . Eileen JOSEPHINE BRZUCHAC party girl , . . she loves to laugh . . always doing favors . . . jo FLOYD BURTON GERALDINE CARR free as the breeze . . . a nicer guy always willing to help . . . very en- couldn't be found . . . shutter bug thusiastic . . . a ready contributor . . . Butch . , . smiling . . . Gerry 2I GTLLOTS JAMES CASTER whiz in the lab . . . intelligent . witty , . , class chauffeur . .' . jim x,lsiA.1iii IVAN COANT sportsminded fellow . , . on the go . . a likeable guy . . . Ivan ff' X NICHOLAS CASTIGLIA great personality . . . converses with a smile . . . just decided . . . Stomper PAUL CLEMONS devilish air . . . easy going . smile for everyone . . . a sport Squash CHARLES COLITRE wonderfully witty . . . liked by h ' ' . . t ll one . . . c arming grin . a with a crewcut . , . Charlie A KN ' AUDREY COE lavender's blue . , . willingness t0 help . . . warmth and sincerity , ,O Auddy 95 ,yell RM Sw W M fl' , of 3 lflwl will llfffill' i,Oy, Ulu AM,lgWM ' D . IOHN COVE J, Ulf 001 JOHN CRISAFULLI poised. distinguished, and full of pep 1' ' Pfll MV strong and silent . . . remember w - - A always ffiendly - - - man with fflj' V ' pl' Qt shows . . . sincere personality ideas . . . p2lI'lbOU ,W friendly I , , John Sli W Rflylllg BARBARA AUSTIN once upon a tune . . . happy and so free , , . appreciates her teachers , . Barb QTLLOTS LINDA CURTIS JOSEPH DAGATA never in a hurry . . . everybody's friend . . . someone to remember . . . joey when she sings the angels listen . . . sweetness in springtime , . . a mite of a girl with a tremendous personali- ty...Lyn MARYANN DEMASI so witty . . . mistful and wistful . . , original and artistic , . . girl of many moods . . . Mel PHILLIP DIEHL likes a good basketball game , , . man in a mercury we'll never know , . Phil HARRIE DINGLE always a friendly word . . , always a Cheerful smile . . . reliable . . . Harrie MARTHA DONOVAN PAUL DROHAN 3 Single Smf in the mldnliiht blue - - - got the world on a string . . . little Hlfl Fflday - - - b0m'b0m5 on fed Velvet boy grown tall . . . infectious smile . - . Mllfli . . . T is for track , . . Paul JAMES DUBOIS flair for footlight . . . an asset to our class . . . a giving spirit . . . jim ANNE DUGAN unique sense of humor . . . sophisticated lass . . . agreeable . . . charming in- tellect . , . Anne Semors IANICE DUCHARME chatty and carefree . . . flashing dark eyes . . . I whistle a happy tune . . . jan MARCIA DURANT a cool, lyric grace . . . so considerate Marcia daffodils in springtime JOSEPH DUDECK man with a purpose . . . alwa joke . . , considerate . . . car ...J,J. FRANCES DZIEDZIC eager to please . . . genuinely inter . . . dignity and a calm serenity Fran BRUCE EDISON DOUGLAS EDWARDS a personality . , . easygoing charm . . . he Will go far . . . always a de everybody's friend , , . great conver- gleam in his eye . . . ambitiou sationalist . . . Bruce ...Doug QTLLOTS '32, 1 3 k 4, ,rg if 3 rand' MICHAEL IZGAN though he speaks little. his voice is heard , . . laughing eyes , . . has seri- ous moments 4 . . Mike jlZANNlTTTI2 FANNIN dynamic personality . . . hitch your wagon to a star . . , flashing eyes . . . magic moments . . , Jeannettey SUSAN EGAN willing., to xxorlx . . . .1 star in blue . . , so sweet . . . Sue 'E' MARLYS ELLSTROM friendly quietness . . . soft lights and sweet music . , . a gentle girl . . . Marlys DAVID FARLEY mimic . . . always laughter . . . Casually Carefree . , . Dave J gi u l it JEAN FARFAGLIA the lovely things you clo , . . dreaming dreams , , . sweet and friendly . . . jean V X M yyeffia 1 'i ,-fl GORDAN FARNAM ,, fy .fi V I li MARY JANE FELT - I' 'vi 4 easy goin' guy . . . friend forever . . 5 f J x' ,ff ready for everything . . . fun to be with golfer , . . ambitious . . . Gordy M2 U . . , her happiness rubs oft on others . Y , . . Mary jane .1 l Q7 N KENNETH FITZGERALD you'd be surprised . . . independent . . . athletically inclined . . . those eyes . . . Fitz Seniors MARILYN FOX bundle of joy . . , happiness a soft white kitten . . Meo CAROLYN FOSTER Campus in the moonlight . . . june in January . . . my fair lady . . . real worker . . . Fos SUSAN F RANTZ champagne and caviar . . . sparkling personality . . . intellectual and so- phisticated . . . Sue 55, GAEBEL KENTON GARDNER run silent, run deep flirt . . . quiet but who knows? Ken SSW jf i , BARBARA GARRETT STANLEY GILLILAND sentimental me . . . gay and vivacious fl reserved . . . an honest man . . . . , . while were young , . . delightful ,. , worker . . . Stan 6 to know . . . Barb SANDRA GILLIS she walks with queens . , . charming candor . , . sophisticated simplicity . . . deep thoughts , . . Sandy Seniors ROSEMARY GORTON a bit of gay recklessness . . . pleasant ANNE GUILFOYLE a swell girl . . , winning smile , . the very thought of you . . . Anne smile . . . sunburst on a cloudy day . . . Rosie LINDA HALSEY the tender trap . . . flair for art . . a ready smile . . . Lynn 80' L auf" DAVID HALSTEAD happy . . . sports enthusiast . . . pleases us . . . welcome smile . . . Dave iw Ur ' x ANTHONY HART I'm not arguing with you, I'm telling you . , . good sport . . . friendly . . . Tony WW 1 PAUL HARTLE ' lil! K fl I JEAN never at a loss for words . . . friendly ' fblljcaref "hi" for everyone . . . sometimes ser- A M " 'ing V Jem ious . . . Paul i ready and lil 21 JEANETTE HILLAM peaches and cream . . . happy smile . . . sparkling lass . . . Jayne JOHN Howe is he really shy? . , , women are just one of those necessary evils . . . straight faced humor . . . success will be his . . . johnny QHLOTS SYLVESTER HINES does himself proud on a baseball dia- mond . . . friendly to everyone . . . spot light . . . Doc BEVERLY HOWLE soft spoken and reserved . . . always a lady . . . the finest of friends . . . Bev LOUISE HOWARD shyness conceals a sensitive nature a single rose . . . soft-spoken . warmth , . . Louise 1 FRANCIS HUARD ready and willing . . . always friei . . . ready grin . . . Francis CLINTON HULETT JAMES IZYK chivalry is not dead . . . enjoys a good enjoys a good talk . . . never in a pep rally . , . I'll try anything once . . . contagious grin . . . Jim . . . Clint BEVERLY JOHNSON carefree and gay . . . friendly to all . . . fancy free . . . Bev RANSFORD KECK the joker is wild . . . always a witty remark . . , always a smile . . . out- going . . . Rance ROBERT KELSEY quiet, but what's behind that twinkle in his eyes? , . . sincere . , , wonder- ful guy . . . Kels Seniors JEANNETTE KABAT likes a good joke . . . remembers first day of her senior year . , . twinkling eyes . . . Jeannette SUZANNE KEIL her eyes are always smiling, . . ath- letic and graceful . , . friendships friend . . . Sue JAMES KENYON full of pep . . . fun to he with . . thoughtful . , . considerate . Zorro 1' BEVERLY KELLER helping others . . . ready and willing friendly . . . Bonnie i GEORGE KERR Mr. Touchdown of EHS .... a credit to our class , . . reach for the moon ...Red BONNIE KETCHAM serious and friendly . . . chatty . . willing to help . . . intelligent . . Bonnie THEODORE KIMBALL uiet friendly warm and sin- cere . , . happy eyes . . . Ted DONALD KRUPA hmdsome is IS hmdsome does Don eniors RITA KIDD a smile for everyone . . . easy to like . . . sincere and genuine . . . wonder- ful girl . . . Rita KAY KLOCK appreciative and si e . . . wonderful for a friendl. ry? gold is ll I charming grin . . , sensitive and sincere A l f' 30 ty iw lmilyw R WAYNE KIDD sincere . . . considerate . . . 1: . swell guy . , . Mickey ALFRED KNAPP co-operative . . . enjoys life . . preciative . . . Alfred ROBERT KUSTER life of the party . . . a good . . . laughable and likeable . . . Kus fr M Q - 5.-is eniors MADCDRA LA BEEF Cherishes independence , . . friendly quietness . . . genuine . . , Dorie DONALD LARMON KATHLEEN LAMSON sweetness and sadness . . . quiet . . moonlight becomes her . . . Kathy fry LINDA LA PLANT lovely to look at . . , indispensable to our Class . . . wonderful as they come . . . an understanding friend . . . Cookie MARGARET LIZAK takes things :is they come , . . no a pert pixie . , . viviieious . . . sprirkleg Cares . . . wit to spare . , . Don with energy , . . Peggy i .av-'- A ' 57' . ,A FRANKLIN C. LICHOROBIEC ' dynamic individualist , . . appreciates ' W 21 good joke . . . friendly to everyone i '.s 1 ,-" - V i , . . Frank L y S DAVID LOADWICK JOHN LUDINCTON likes the great out of doors , . , look- big man . . . aim for the stars , . . hoy ing to the future . . . two different next door . . . whiz at the keyhoiird worlds , . . Dave , , . Lud JOAN MacFARLAND impulsive miss . , . what she dares to dream of she dares to do . . . roses in December . . . Joni MARLENE MATOTT her laughter is like bells . . . warmly fm ' interested . . . effervescence . . . a 7 sentimentalist . . , Marlene I i x tv 1 eniors JOHN MCGR J moments to remember li. '. courteous . . . on his way1. . 1, ' by Ct 1-,J . , f 1 if in ,V D FX ,HJ l.xxfJ If .V rp l ' liz KAREN MATTESON X WILLIAM MANSFIELD little boy grin . . . nice to be ...arealpro...darkeyes...B GEORGE MAYNARD head in the clouds . . . big ideas understanding . . . dry sense of hi . . . Bud always in my dreams . . . starry-eyed . . . could this be magic? . . . Karen WILLIAM MAYNARD RONALD MCCARTHY wrapped up in a dream . . . take it slow quiet but never dull . . . always and easy . , . a flier . , . Bill go . . . interested . . . Ronald silence is golden . . . but who knows? . . . reliable . . . slow smile . . . Tom P elfin cinati smok eniors wt 3 15:67 PATRICIA MCGINNIS soft as starlight . . . when Irish eyes are smiling . . . bubbling . . . may her every dream come true . . . Patti THOMAS MCCARTHY , is . vi s iw at .., K t Ai GORDON MCDONALD intelligent and witty . . . a real part of our class . . . an idealist . . . Snake HERBERT MILLER personality plus . . , interesting and in- terested . . . ready for ' e . . .Hvrby M L HRONSIE MCLAUGHLIN effervescence , . . remembers "Fas- on" , . . cute 'n' perky . . . e gets in your eyes . . . Phronsie JOHN MILLEN energetic in class projects . . , keen mind , . . qualities of leadership . . . john Wi , i 1- H- , JAMES MORAN X my r 5LOIS Mooivjrk has a sense of humor all his own . . . star light, star bright . , , love hm! talented imitator . . . so carefree . . . beadty , , . hand in ,hand . . Mike - 'fascinationw . . Lois C' ,XS- T x QTLEOTS GARY NAREWSKI JOAN NUCIFORA unbeatable combination of charm and delightfully witty . . . a true f personality . , . gone fishin' . . . works . . . sentimental journey . . . b for the class . . . likes to play it that late than never . . . Joan way . . . Gary CAROLYN NASTASI how deep is the ocean? . . . ready smile . . . pleasant . . . Carol BRUCE PAIKO ROBERT PATRICK a scientist , . , maybe so . . , dis- potential artist . , . works for a tinguished man . . . fun . . . Bruce mark . - . B05 ROBERT PARKHURST friendly nature . . . a sense of humor . . . courteous and capable . . , Bob MARTHA PFAHL PARKER PHILLIPS exceptionally friendly . . .sunshine and football player . . . actor, too smiles . . . sincerity and kindness . . . fun to be with . . . Parker Martie QTLLOTS eeiyei . 1 2 K, 'l CHARLES GARDNER GAIL ANN PORTER is he always quiet . . , is he really shy all-around girl . . . genuinely interested , , , such ri charming smile . . . . . . warmth and charm . . , tenderly Charles . . Gail WILLIAM PIERCE X cross country man . . . bowler, too . . . ready grin . . . willing to work for the class . . . Bill Q JAMES POYNEER PHYLLIS PROPPE l in his hnncls are his thoughts . . , cars impish grin . . , mischievous eyes . are his husiness . . . clever boy . . , ' full of fun . , . Phyllis jim CAROLE PROPPE short 'n' sweet . . . the dream that you live , . . gaiety . . . Carole JOHN RATH PATRICIA ANN RIZBIEOR never in ll hurry . . . silent H120 ill unusual sense of humor , . . friendly to times , . . but usually has plenty to all A ' I cnthusiugtif V U y PM say . . , johnny ANTHONY REBEOR friendly persuasion . . . full of fun . out with the boys . . . Tony QHLOTS JUDITH RODGER RICHARD ROGERS outdoor man . . . works with his . , . friendly guy . . . Dick impulsive and fanciful . . . magnetic personality . . . catch a falling star .. . Judy KATHRYN RONDOMANSKI warm and outgoing . . , Stardust memories of you , . always . . WILLIAM RUDE night train . . . Mr. Rhythm . . . 21 joke . . . Bill Kasia ADELE ROWLEE her eyes say such lovely things . . breathless charm . . . full of pep . . love at first sight . . . Adele IDIIANIE SALLS EDWARD SAMSON iiffnhlr -... suhtlc, intelligent humor man about town , A . class clown . . , pr.ic'tic.1lly perfect . . , Sallsie a promising fixture . . . Sam TE f yi DAVID H. SANT quite a guy . . . quiet and easygoing . . , athletic , . . conrsglerate . . . Dave I2 CHRISTOPHER SCRIBER drummer boy . , , good sport . . . liked by everyone . , . Chris Ei ef eniors . rifle? I jf 0 Q fog I1 Vufy LVL wsljfjvl CATHERINE SANTORA darting eyes . , . gay and laughing . . . always friendly . . . serenade in blue . . . Katie INGIE-LISIZ SCHOU how do you speak to an angel? . , . pink roses and powder puffs . , . getting to know you , . . always in our hearts . . . Lise MILDRED SHELDON cute as they come . . . ready to lend a helping hand . . . always , . . Millie d 32 CHARLES SHAMBO friendly and fun . . , thoughtful . , . considerate . . . our friend . . . Chuck RONALD SMITH JOSEPHINE SORBELLO young man with a horn , , . a certain Sweet 'Il' petite , . .always gay , . . eyes smile , , . versatile . . . Ronnie HHIOW - - 1 l1CflVCU UU Cllffll - - i Jw CARLTON SPAULDING sees funny side of everything . . engaging personality . . . deep eyes . . Carl 'IUDITH STODDARD her loveliness is like the springtime . . . laugh thy girlish laughter . . . then the moment after . . . weep thy girlish tears . . . Judy JUNE TAYLOR still waters run deep . . . softspoken . . , a lovely girl . . . June Seniors JAMES STAPLE and let the rest of the world go by . . . light on his feet . . . studious . . jim KAREN STORY she's here, she's there, she's everywhere . . . truly enjoys life . . . spun gold . , . a. real friend . . . Karen LEIGH STEWART quiet humor . . . easygoing and . . . sincere . . . friendly . . . Leigh BARBARA TAYLOR oh, so efficient . . . holds her . . . genuine . . . Barb ADELINE TETRO fun loving . . . never passes an by . . . Sunburst . . , Addie ANN TETRO of manners gentle . . . of affections mild . . . hello for everyone . . . sin- cerely . . . Ann SANDRA THOMPSON sophisticated swing . . . white roses . . . togetherness . ambitious . ., .f P Sandy 1 1' 1 , Nl fl 'MARGARET VAN DE WATER her eyes dance with mischief . . . peg of myYheart . . , sunny fields and cloudless ,skies . . . Peg ,- QTILOTS ne. i,riEifvsg: .. t VIRGINIA TETRO starlight symphony . . . cute, carefree, and casual . . . sleepy time gal . . . Gina DOUGLAS TRUE silence is sometimes more powerful than words . . . a smile for everyone . . . appreciates a good teacher . . . Doug WILLIAM THIBAULT keep it gay . . , easy come, easy go guy . . . quite an actor . . . Poobah SALLY VAN DE LINDER star struck . . . little girl blue . . . tears and laughter . . . quite a girl . . , Sally MARY ANNE VANNUCCI sweet and lovely . . . orchids in the moonlight . . . misty miss . . . one in a million . . . Mary Anne QHLOTS GAETANO VASTA a quiet manner of accomplishing much . . . loyal classmate . . . sure to reach the KENT WALLACE ? JAMES VISCOME made friends . . . like him . . . com- plaisant . . . creative . . . good-natured . . . Jim music lover . . . a whiz in the band . . , a friend to the end . . . Kent. l SHIRLEY WARDHAUGH golden dreams . . . sunny smile . . with all my heart . . . Shirl FLOYD WALLACE how deep is the ocean? . . . gem nice , . . all-American boy . . preciative . . . Wally HORST WEBER friendliness no stranger . care . . , auf wiedersehen . . l JCYCE WICKHAM ARLEEN WILCOX bubbling over , . . wicle-eyed . . . deep as sweet as you are . . . misty blue waters , . , vivacious . . . Joyce happy girl . . . a loyal friend . Arleen bywsof enmors wg PATRICK WILLIAMSON DORIS WILSON casually , . . man about town . . . mid sweet and quiet . . . old-fashioned girl night mood . . , Pat . . . one of her smiles will last ll life- , time . , . Dorie I 'itti P' BARBARA WILSON easygoing and slightly shy . . . sweeter than sweet . . . long walks . . . Barb BEVERLY ANN WINCHELL RONALD WOSE quiet, sincere friendliness . . , for senti- artist of a kind . . . a friend in need mental reasons . . . easy to like . . is a friend indeed . , . who knows my happiness . . . Anne . . . Ronnie KATHRYN WOODS sugar is sweet and so is she . . . always u friend . . . lends a helping hand . . . Kathy 59 I jx fx A X, J, 'Rex KATHLEEN YAGER H 'tg' N nl to CAROLYN FRY her SIWUCSS is SWQU 4 - ' WSI' to like l 1 l 5 I rlestrained enthusiasm . . . school spirit . . . when you wish upon a star . . . X .V If us . . . we will always remember . . . Kathy it are 'R y ' J 'yn I U' ABBOTT, ROY Bowling 1, 2 ABRAHAM, KENNETH Intramural Basketball 1, 2, ,3 Cross Country 1, 2, 4 JV Baseball 2 ACKER, WILLIAM Track 3, 4 Bowling 4 ALLEN, ELIZABETH Junior Prom Ticket Chairman 3 1959 FULTONIAN Senior Dance Ticket Committee BAJORIN, ROBERT Variety Show 4 Soc and Buskin 4 Boys' Sports 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN BALDWIN, BEVERLY Variety Show 3, 4 County Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN Girls' Sports 1 BARNARD, JEROME Intramural Basketball 1, 2, Cross Country 1 Football 4 1959 FULTONIAN BARONE, ROSE MARIE Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 BARTLETT, RONALD Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, BEADLE, AUDREY Girls' Sports 1, 2 Future Homemakers 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN BECKER, WILLIAM Radio Club 3, 4 BELSON, PATRICIA M. Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 2, 3 Future Homemakers 4 3,4 3 BERGMAN, JOHN Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN BLANCE, JAMES H. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Junior Prom Decoration Comm. BOGDZIEWCZ, JUDITH Variety Show 4 1959 FULTONIAN Booster Club 3, 4 Junior Prom Comm. 3 BOK, ELEANOR Student Council Rep. 3, 4 All-State Chorus 4 3 Journalism Club 2, 3, 4, Associate Edi- tor 4 Variety Show 4 1959 FULTONIAN BONANNO, MARIANNE Variety Show 4 Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN BON ANNO, RICHARD Variety Show 4 Three One-Act Plays 3 Bowling 3, 4 BOUGH, JUDY Nurse's Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4 BRADISH, EDWIN Intramural Basketball 1, 2 BROWN, EILEEN Cheerleader 2, 3 1959 FULTONIAN, Layout Variety Show 1, 2, 3 County Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 BRZUCHAC, JOSEPHINE Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3 Library Club 1, 2 Business Club 3 BURTON, FLOYD 1959 FULTONIAN Future Teachers 3 CARR, GERALDINE Softball 1 Office Worker 4 CASTER, JAMES Track 1, 2 Bowling 1, 2 Radio Club 3, 4 Editor CASTIGLIA, NICHOLAS Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2 CLEMONS, PAUL Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2 ,Baseball 1 COANT, IVAN Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3 COE, AUDREY FHA 2, 3, 4 Noon Hour S orts 1, 2 Basketball ans Hiking 1 COLITRE, CHARLES Honor Society 1 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4 Stage Manager 2, 3, 4 Cross Country 1 covE, JOHN Variety Show 4 CRISAFULLI, JOHN 1959 FULTONIAN Bowling 1, 2 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 CRYMER, KAY Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 CURTIS, LINDA Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Prom Comm. 3 Variety Show Comm. 4 1959 FULTONIAN DAGATA, JOSEPH Variety Show 3, 4 Three One-Act Plays 1, 2, 3 JV Football 2 Senior Play 4 DEMASI, MARYANNE Variety Show 4 1959 FULTONIAN, Associate E Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 DIEHL, PHILLIP Cross Country 1, 2 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 DINGLE, HARRIE FFA 1, 2, 3,4 DONOVAN, MARTHA Three One-Act Plays 1 Booster Club 2, 3 1959 FULTONIAN Honor Society 1, 2, 3 DROHAN, PAUL Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Senior Class Vice President 4 Home Room Rep. 1, 3, 4 DUBOIS, JAMES Makeup Comm. Variety Show 4 Christmas Assembly 4 DUCHARME, JANICE Sports 1, 2, 3 Business Club 3, 4 Bowling 1 1959 FULTONIAN DUDECK, JOSEPH JV Basketball 3 Intramural Basketball 2 Freshman Basketball 1 Junior Prom Comm. 3 DUGAN, ANNE Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4 Three One-Act Plays 2, 3 Journalism Club 1, 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN DURANT, MARCIA Library Club 1, 2 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3 FHA 4 1959 FULTONIAN DZIEDZIC, FRANCES Three One-Act Plays 1, 2, 3 Variety Show 2, 3 Honor Society 1, 2, 3 1959 FULTONIAN EDISON, BRUCE Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 Boys' State 4 Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3 Journalism Club 2, 4 EDWARDS, DOUGLAS Bowling 3, 4 Projector Operator 2, 3, 4 EGAN, MICHAEL Cross Country 1 Intramural Basketball 4 EGAN, SUSAN Buzz Distributor 1 Basketball, Baseball 1, 2, 3 ELLSTROM, MARLYS Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 FANNIN, JEANNETTE Variety Show fStudent Directorj 4 Booster Club 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3 FARFAGLIA, JEAN Badminton 1, 2 Bowling 1, 2 FARLEY, DAVID Senior Banquet Comm. 4 Senior Class Night Comm. 4 Christmas Card Comm. 3, 4 FARNAM, GORDON Sports 3 FELT, MARY JANE Variety Show 3, 4 FULTONIAN Business Manager 4 Booster Club 2, 3, 4 Receptionist 114 2, 3, 4 FITZGERALD, KENNETH Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 Varsity Basketball 4 Variety Show 3 Class Treasurer 1 FOSTER, CAROLYN Class Secretary 2 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, President 4 FOX, MARILYN Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Soc and Buskin 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN FRANTZ, SUSAN Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4 GAEBEL, WILLIAM Variety Show 4 Chess Club 4 GARDNER, KENTON Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 4 Track 4 GARRE'I'T, BARBARA Variety Show 4 Booster Club 2, 3, 4 Future Teachers 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN GILLILAND, STANLEY Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 GILLIS, SANDRA Booster Club 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2, 4 Junior Prom Comm. 3 1959 FULTONIAN, Editor 4 GORTON, ROSEMARY Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 1, 2, 4 Junior Prom Comm. 3 1959 FULTONIAN 4 GUILFOYLE, ANNE Sports 1 HALSEY, LINDA Class Secretary 1 Soc and Buskin 3, 4 Variety Show 4 1959 Fultonian 4 HALSTEAD, JOHN DAVID Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 4 Track 3, 4 HART, ANTHONY Basketball 1 Bowling 1 Baseball 1 Homeroom Rep. 3 HARTLE, PAUL Agriculture Class Officer 3, 4 HASKINS, JEAN Bowling 2, 3 Gym Leader 4 1959 FULTONIAN 4 HILLAM, JANETTE Nurse Assistant 3 5 Library Assistant 4 Hiking 1 Gym Leader 4 HINES, SYLVESTER Baseball 1, 2, 5, 4 HOWARD, LOUISE Senior Dance Comm. 4 HOWE, JOHN Football 2 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 3, 4 HOWLE, BEVERLY Basketball 1 Variety Show 4 HUARD, FRANCIS Visual Aids 3, 4 Variety Show 4 HULETT, CLINTON Homeroom Rep. 2 Bowling 3, 4 Projector Operator 3, 4 IZYK, JAMES Intramural Basketball 3 JOHNSON, BEVERLY Advertising Comm. Variety Show 4 Basketball 1, 2 Badminton 1, 2 Office Worker 1, 2, 3, 4 KABAT, JEANNETTE Junior Red Cross 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Tennis, Track, Hiking 1, 2 Badminton 3 KENYON, JAMES Freshman Basketball 1 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 KECK, RANSFORD Variety Show 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3 Junior Prom Decorating Comm. KEIL, SUZANNE Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3 Sold Tickets at Basketball Games 3 KELLER, BEVERLY FHA 5, 4 Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 3 1959 FULTONIAN KELSEY, ROBERT Cross Country 1, 2, 3 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2 KERR, GEORGE Class Treasurer 2 Class Vice President 3 Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 ariety Show 4 KETCHAM, BONNIE Girls' Basketball 1, 2 Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4 Christmas Card Comm. 3, 4 44 KIDD, RITA Girls' Sports 1, 2 Junior Red Cross 1 KIDD, WAYNE Football 1, 4 Bowling 1, 2, 3 KIMBALL, THEODORE Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3 Bowling 1 KLOCK, KAY Junior Red Cross 2 Business Club 3 1959 FULTONIAN KNAPP, ALFRED Track 1 KRUPA, DONALD Golf 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4 Variety Show 3, 4 KUSTER, ROBERT Varsity Football 4 Variety Show 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3 Bowling 4 LABEEF, MADORA Hiking 2 Bowling 4 LAMSON, KATHLEEN Girls' Sports 1, 2, 4 LAPLANT, LINDA Chairman Announcement an Card Comm. 4 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Buzz Staff 1, 2, 3 LARMON, DONALD Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 ,4 d Name LICHOROBIEC, FRANKLIN Football 1, 2, 3, 4 LIZAK, MARGARET 1959 FULTONIAN Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 3 Junior Prom Comm. 3 LOADWICK, DAVID Treasurer FFA 4 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 LUDINGTON, JOHN Football 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Cross Country 1, 2 Variety Show 4 MacFARLAND, JOAN Variety Show 3, 4 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN MANSFIELD, WILLIAM Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 JV Basketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 1, 4 MATOTT, MARLENE Variety Show 3, 4 Three One-Act Plays 1, 2 Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN MATTESON, KAREN 1959 FULTONIAN Booster Club 3, 4 Soc and Buskin 4 MAYNARD, GEORGE Cross Country 1 MAYNARD, WILLIAM Cross Country 1 McCARTHY, RONALD Cross Country 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3 Track 3, 4 McCARTHY, THOMAS Intramural Basketball 1 McDONALD, GORDON Class Treasurer 3 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4 Class Vice President 2 MCGINNIS, PATRICIA Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Presid Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 3, 4 Variety Show 4 MCGRAW, JOHN Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 McLAUGHLIN, PHRONS Booster Club 3, 4 Make-Up Variety Show 4 Girls' Sports 1, 2 CD1 IE Refreshment Comm. Senior Dai MILLEN, JOHN Freshman Football 1 Cross Country 2, 3 Intramural Basketball 2, 3 Track 3 MILLER, HERBERT Football 1 Track 1 Cross Country 2 Yearbook Collector 4 MORAN, JAMES Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 MOON, LOIS FULTONIAN Business Staff 4 Variety Show 4 Student Council 4 Girls' Sports 1, 2 NAREWSKI, GARY Baseball 1 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Prom Comm. 3 Variety Show 4 NASTASI, CAROLYN Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 NICHOLS, MARGARET Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 NUCIFORA, JOAN Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Writer of Variety Show 4 1959 FULTONIAN Girls' Sports 1, 2 PAIKO, BRUCE Bowling 1 PARKHURST, ROBERT Football 1, 3 Basketball 1 Baseball 1 PATRICK, ROBERT 1959 FULTONIAN PFAHL, MARTHA Library Club 2, 3, 4 Future Teachers 2, 3, 4 Science Seminar 4 PHILLIPS, PARKER Varsity Football 3, 4 Variety Show 4 Christmas Play 4 Cross Country 1, 2 PIERCE, LEON Band 1 PIERCE, WILLIAM Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 3, 4 PORTER, GAIL Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 3 Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 4 1959 FULTONIAN 4 POYNEER, JAMES Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 PROPPE, CAROLE Variety Show 4 Booster Club 3, 4 Sports 1, 2, 3 1959 FULTONIAN 4 PROPPE, PHYLLIS Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN 4 RATH, HOHN Assembly 3 REBEOR, PATRICIA Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3 Future Homemakers 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 REBEOR, ANTHONY Variety Show 3, 4 Football 1 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4 RODGER, JUDITH Booster Club 2, 4 Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 4 1959 FULTONIAN 4 ROGERS, RICHARD Future Farmers 2, 3, 4 RONDOMANSKI, KATHRYN Class President 3, 4 Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 4 Foreign Student 3 ROWLEE, ADELE Varsity Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2, 4 RUDE, WILLIAM Class Officer 1, 2 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council Officer 1, 2, SALLS, DUANE Homeroom Rep. 1, 4 Bowling Team 2 Variety Show 4 SAMSON, EDWARD Varsity Football 3, 4 Variety Show 4 SANT, DAVID Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3 Track 3, 4 Cross Country 4 SANTORA, CATHERINE Variety Show 2, 4 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 1, 2 1959 FULTONIAN SCHOU, INGE-LISE 1959 FULTONIAN Student Council 4 Variety Show 4 Booster Club 4 SCRIBER, CHRISTOPHER Science Club 1, 2 Variety Show 1, 2, 3 Radio Club 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 SHAMBO, CHARLES Baseball 1, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4 Basketball JV 3 Variety Show 4 SHELDON, MILDRED 1959 FULTONIAN SMITH, RONALD Variety Show 2, 4 Varsity Track 2, 3, 4 Varsity Cross Country 2, 3 Homeroom Rep. 1 SORBELLO, JOSEPHINE Cheerleading 2, 3 Variety Show 1, 4 1959 FULTONIAN Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 SPAULDING, CARLTON Bowling 1, 2 Noon Hour Sports 3 Variety Show 4 Intramural Basketball 4 STAPLE, JAMES Football 3 Intramural Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 STEWART, LEIGH Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 Cross County 4 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 3, 4 STODDARD, JUDITH Booster Club 1, 2, 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3 1959 FULTONIAN Chorus 1, 2 STORY, KAREN Junior Class Secretary 3 Senior Class Secretary 4 Variety Show 4 1959 FULTONIAN TAYLOR, JUNE Softball 1 Badminton 1, 2 Volleyball 1 Hiking 1 TAYLOR, BARBARA Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 TETRO, ADELINE Majorette 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN TETRO, ANN journalism Club Distribution Manager 2, 3, 4 Basketball Captain 1, 2, 3 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN TETRO, VIRGINIA Variety Show 1, 3, 4 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN Sports 1, 2 THIBAULT, WILLIAM Intramural Basketball 1, 4 Variety Show 3, 4 THOMPSON, SANDRA Class Treasurer 4 Christmas Card Sale Chairman 3, 4 Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN Advertising Manager TRUE, DOUGLAS Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 VANDE LINDER, SALLY Noon Hour Sports 1, 2, 3 FTA 3 Dancing Club 4 Library Club 4 VANDEWATER, MARGARET junior Prom Decoration Comm. 3 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Buzz Distributor 2, 3 1959 FULTONIAN VANNUCCI, MARY ANNE Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 1959 FULTONIAN VASTA, GAETANO Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 VISCOME, JAMES Classes 3, 4 WALLACE, FLOYD Football 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Variety Show 4 WALLACE, KENT Chorus 2, 3, 4 Future Teachers 4 Chess Club 4 WARDHAUGH, SHIRLEY Future Homemakers of America 1 3, 4 Variety Show 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Buzz Collector 1 WEBER, HORST Track 3, 4 Projection Operator 3, 4 WICKHAM, JOYCE Christmas Card Sale 3, 4 Buzz 2, 3 1959 FULTONIAN Booster Club WILCOX, ARLEEN Christmas Cards 3, 4 WILLIAMSON, PATRICK Baseball 4 Intramural Basketball 3 junior Prom Decoration Comm. 3 WILSON, BARBARA Variety Show 4 Bowling 4 1959 Fultonian Junior Prom Comm. WILSON, DORIS Sold Tickets at Basketball Games 3 Variety Show 4 Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Future Teachers 4 WINCHELL, BEVERLY ANN Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 4 Future Teachers 4 1959 FULTONIAN WOODS, KATHRYN Future Homemakers of America 3, Variety Show 4 1959 FULTONIAN Girls' Chorus 1, 3 WOSE, RONALD 1959 FULTONIAN YAGER, KATHLEEN Bowling 3, 4 Future Homemakers of America 2, 1959 FULTONIAN Buzz 2, 4 V -1 1. V U k .,+'w X WN I iw f Q ,S ,,,Q. uwvfiax L M . . , 'B' T A ..5:, K K V' , A A . . . - ,-" 3 Q " 37" i 1-g-""""" .:' 'wi W 4 ---QQL. sv--" " ,mv ' 932 B WMUS .yr jf hm .:. S Juniors lfDXYfARD WOEHR CLINTON JOHNSON KATHRYN SCZUPAK VHP pf?-Wffllf Secreffzry T1'6'fl.l'lll46I' Becoming a class . . . belonging upstairs . . . upperclassmen . . . assembly from the balcony . . . thinking of college . . . working together on the Prom . . . intellectual awakening . . . getting a driver's license . . . friendly rivalry with seniors . . . vying for foreign student honor . . . Mr. Reynolds term paper . . . selling candy at the-basketball games . . . growing up . . . more tests . . . more loyal . . . Alma Mater . . . those English Regents . . . study hall in 215 . , . planning, planning, planning . . . more aptitude tests . . . "The Dear Departed" . . . waiting for next year . . . living it up . . . becoming a class. IONELLE GOSS Pawiifwzf MRS. MURPHY Affrifor iw if 'fi bl X FIRST ROW: Martha I-Ielmcr, ROXW: Pat Garrett, jcssr Diane Crego, Janet Grccu, SECOND , Gaydos, Phyllis Chiarclli, Linda Arduini. THIRD ROXW: Frank Diclo,Felt, Maurice Anderson, Paul 3 'I Carilnali, Alfred Graf . Lg , I vi!! X l 1 Dyl-J UF? LT I- j At stab It 17,5 V73 I , 4, . f l, il In W f A l V f I l f' if aw JJ ' W W ww ff ffl! ,lib .W X I' wx! LL ' an , ,wi I ,L A Y I ' I l l J I I All sy pf 1 lk Juniors LIL OK, 5' ,UV W 1 I - In My 1 XIKIUU I I X X Q, I X lb r f I L X x Us Alfa! yn' In bl N sv xlllj ' Y X. Ivy 'V A 'Nfl' l V M ,IJ W N , 'X , X i 'J X v AY, f I ' MN. xx M FIRST ROXW: Jill Pat Farrell, Adeline Guiffrida, Joann Carrington, Gail Anthlny, Merry l 'N l l O I Holmes, Bonnie Briggs. ROW: Barbara nston, Mike Dibernardo, joe Cazz Williimlwsb lf Inch, I.arry Flow 'IQHIRD Dumas, Lcc Briggs, Dax' 1 T541 firigi? Ducrct, MU 40 5 'V'...f' IMS Lf 4 gi 125 k F5323 K SS: . -f A f .535 - , ,. Q21 H fx-wife? an L, x :eg ' fa E ,Q fx V fi .,,L. V 5 Y ff- sf ,. 4? n MA Fifa Z '34 8: E .5 S libs W .. 'S-: vi' W as xg M. Riff: -3 S - X , SP K Sw Q ii f. S' u E X R SEQ 5.2 Qi x wg TL ' 3 ,P 'QW . 4 N fy Nm W, A . if N as if xt 2-S Q i., .. X Eg, l 4 W .. A 'Nt -x J CLAUDIA LAMBERTI SANDY SMITH JERRY CINQQTTA Vjtil' Pl'L'.fjlfL'lIf 59fl'e'3f!lI'y fl'ygf1j,'H'gf CAROLF ROXWLAND Pfwizlefzl go Sophomores More familiar . . . in between . . . homeroom downstairs ribbon Candy . . . someone beneath you , . . guess who's ing steady? . . . making jayvee basketball . . . trying out for the Variety Show . . . meeting more people . . . "but, Mr. Pisano" . parties every Saturday . . . seniors are people . . . Saturday afternoons downtown . . . so worldly . . . expectation . . . starting to date . . . not timid anymore . . . school spirit ho MR. ABBOTT fllfI'f.Y0l' . more meetings . . . gadabouts . . . big ideas . . . broad rizons . . . learnin' my Latin . . . more familiar. FIRST ROXV: Judy DuMont, Janice DuBois, Judy Fuller, Sally Cali, Sue Eby, Anna Campbell, Kaye Gillis, Amy Kilbride, Janice Bovay, Betty Barone, Virginia Bugow, SECOND ROXW: Mary Bergman, Allan Howe, Boh Briggs, Joe Karliut. XY'arcl Bailey, Frank Barbagallo, Basil Brackett, Donald Jones, Bob Bennett, Lorraine Caruso. THIRD ROXW: Donna Blount, Theresa Greco, Steve Ducleck, Dick Furlow. Gerry Cincotta, Tom Cantine, Fretl Alderman, Frances Goettel, Sue Brown. Sophomores FIRST ROXXY Cheryl Leppert, Marcia Ducharme, Carolyn Ciciarelli, Mary Daniels, Honey Churchill, Ann Ferazzoli, Kay Lewchanin, Fran Brient SECOND ROXW: Linda Finocchiaro, Sharon Gorea, Margie Dix, Bette Bergman. Barbara Heretylc, Gloria Belson, Annette Anderson, Bar- h.ir.i Blount, THIRD ROXV: Claudia Lainherti, Mari Beth Karkut, Lorayne Brown, Lyclia Cole. Gloria Di Massi Joanne Greco, Sharon Brothers, Judy Dunn, Paula Casey. FIRST ROXXY Carole Patrick, Sharon Vescio, Betty Wallon, Barbara Tetro, Diane Tetro, Nancy Sitts. SECOND ROW: Betty Pluff, Janet Mason, Sharon Murphy, Irene Van Linder, Rosie Sorbello, Mary Santora. THIRD ROXW: Pat Sweet, Grier Sheffer, joan Southworth, Betty Setticase, Bernice Merritt. ophomores FIRST ROXW: Michele Thesier, Iva Meade, Lorraine Sheldon, joan Walsh, Marian Rath. OND ROXW: Christine Reynolds, Bill Wilcox, Leo Norton, Tony Trepasso, Norman Doneita Powers. THIRD ROW: jean Morrill, Roberta Rockwood, Pat Otis, Frances Carole Rowland. I' .1 Freshmen 'CST M A .df JUDITH ALLEN SHARON TAYLOR KAREN JOHNSON Vive Plfllffdllf Serrelrzry '1'rei1.f111'w' The year of firsts . . . on the banks of old Oswego . . . pep rallies and bonfires . . . every game a must . . . Freshman lfrolir XJ . . . everything so big, so new . . . friendships beginning . . . those awesome upperclassmen . . . orientation . . , handbooks Open in assembly . . . our own Freshman Alley . . . lit-tle fish in a big pond . . , Phillips, St. Marys, and Fairgrieve . . . getting acquainted . . . blue passes, pink slips, white slips, excuses . . threshold of awareness . . . homework, homework, homework . . first Variety Showf-3'Politician at Large' '... freshman play . . cheerleading tryouts . . . who's who . . . Regents Week off . . study hall in 115 . , . EVERYBODY takes gym . . . go, go, go . . . vocation booklets . . . getting to know you . . . the year of firsts' Vlfilillf STl2lNlTZ A Pwmlvflf MR. SMITH Acfziror' 54 v r P KH T ' ,. Q R 'fs' 'E fi 'Q I 3? yr! A. iii V 5 af: f If 6 6 it 'QQ K 9' f ' 'ad U gg, Q R f www, My ff' 51 as :Q 1 'Q is W . 1, Q M 5, if ' vigil lf' 4 K 6,5 ., mg. 1 Z ff i f ' W X 1 5 5 Q 7 K X 2 1- f 2 , m f am .. . --Q." Ei km Q C O i I U E 35 it gk 1 35, W , , C wg. as -I X .7 S 1: -M f ff' -ff, . 3 Q K S Qpvevii'-ffm , Q 1 ' ""' 1 Q'ffI'i','?P"1" Y N ww ix X - Q 5. uw. z, QF Bk : . A 5 av : Q Q JV' W' , Q 'if WS T h Q 5 B Q wf gs 1, Ar. 35, iw is I Ui -fx 3. K L K5 -',. H 1 ganna., .4 H f ,p , ..'. J if I K A gl Kiwi K LJ , in v eff E pe 5 9 " intl an Q NJ W' .Q 7 2 A 'Z -E ' S -F A K X vm. V 'N mga: 5 5 FRP if . J if 3, a Six J: ! ,,,: ,: .E jfs I ,. ' is z. Q 4:2 ' E f uw wt 5 is Q' ki L flfiff is 1 .3 ,W sk . - 9 125 1 X ww, . . my 5 . R , . A i Q 5 ? is . si . lk 'six ..+,..A Www? - xc, k 'mu in , a ,. Af, .,,,.n"" ilk, ., f had Kiki, -.-qwv ,A . EU Carolyn Foster giving money to Mr, Peluso for the bombed synagogue school. Integration! International relations! Student Council has made headlines with these and other achievements during the past year. After we donated money to the bombed school and synagogue in the, South, our name appeared in Drew Pearsxonscolunsthli A ,JA 3 X-U i l Neg' .' 3741 X A It ,. i V, ,J N XLR, XM V 4 V 5-J . l i ' 'J .-e l ' rf' Q ,il x S ' lx 'f f i X ya fl x' " sly ' ylcl ,sl ff 1 ,IQ If President Carolyn Foster presides at one of the regular mee of Student Council. FRONT. lc-tt to right: Gail Anthony. Kathy Sczupak, Sharon Gorea, Sandy Smith, Sue Frantz, Eleanor Bok, jean Coal Patricia Otisi Many Friiwley, l-SACK, left to right: David Scerbo, Neil Anderson, jack Rodger, Paul Drohan, Lynn Stev Paul Pc-nlxla, Gene Gibbons. Duane Stills. 'N 0 ouncll FRONT: CAROLYN FOSTER, President KATHRYN RONDOMANSKI, Secretary BACK: XX'Il.l.lAM RUDE, Vice President KATHLEEN SMETTEM. Treasurer lior the second consecutive year, Student Council sponsored 11 foreign student to the United States, and we will send one of our juniors abroad. Other acts of Good citizenship and school improvements have con- stituted our agenda. We hope that we have gone a small way towards furthering our goal of better student gov- ernment. MR. KANE and MR, PELUSO, Student Council Advisors FRONT, left to right: .Ionelle Goss, George Kerr, Kathy S1nette1n.Carolyn Foster, Bill Rude, Karen johnson, Vickie Steinetz, BACK It-ft to right: Inge-Lise Scliou, janet Riggle. jerry Delaney, jim Smith, 'l'oin Rowland, Lois Moon. Carol Rowland, Claudia Lainlwt-rti In e-Lise Schou A welcoming party for Lise given by Jeannette Fannin. Left to right: A. Dugan. S. Frantz, M. Vannucci, C. Goode, B Garrett, Thompson, M. Fox, Lise, Jeannette, A. Rowlee, L. Halsey, P. Proppe. Lise with her American parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Fannin. Dear Friends, You can't imagine what spending this year in and at F.H.S. has meant to me. I hope that I my stay I have brought a little of Denmark, the and its people, to you. Vlfhenever people ask what has impressed n' here in America, I recall the extraordinary fee kindness and friendliness that the American have shown to me. You made me feel a part student body, and my understanding family ha me feel at home in the community. The classes, football and basketball games, thi the assemblies, the dances and other activitic given me a true idea about the American teenage It is some of these ideas that I plan to take bacl- Danish friends, hoping that someday they too w the opportunity of experiencing them. No matter how much distance should come lu us, I know that my thoughts and memories will always keep our friendship alive. My hor always be open for any of you who should tr Denmark. I should not say good-bye now, on be seeing you." Thank you for my wonderful year in Fulton wish you all could know how happy I have beer Love, Lise Lise with her Danish parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kristain I-I. Schou. Ceramics is one of Lise's skills, A ' Fulton High. I athryn Rondomanski feisty I 4,ff.i,:', WX ,,ii,,-L: ,, , '- 5 vi ' my I wi-if f iewz, , e ....... it 'M R l i WQS1. The Days, Kasia's family in Mendoza, Left to right: Papa, uncle, brother aunt, brother, mama, cousin. sister, friend, hrotlier. lwrotheii Kasia telling the student body about her stay in Argentina, An A.li.S. summer scholarship . . . july and August in Mendoza, Argentina, South America . . becoming "Kasia Day" tour brothers, one sister . . . skiing in the Andes . . . Frondizi versus Peron . A , Mendoza wine . . stockings, high heels and dresses . . . suit jackets, white sheets and ties . . . rugby and golf . . . touring the Pampas . . , Iwride ol Argentina artificial lakes . . . roof- less schools . . . sunrise at nine . . . parties 'til sun- -wir A y I One of the many get-togetlieirs Kasia attended with her Argentine friends set . . . Medical classes at the University of Mendoza . . . Buenos Aires . . . a world capital . . the education ot' a lifetime . . . untiorgetable experience , . . world friendship and understanding . . the end: Ullasta la vista," not goodbye. Her family saying good-hye to Kasia at the airport in Mendoza, August 28, 1958, Awards l NEW' YORK STATE REGENTS SCHOLARSHIP VUINNERS BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER Bonnie Kctflmm. Juan Nucifnra, Annu Dugan, john Howe, Martha Donovan. TOMORROW' AXVARD AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE Luc Colitis, xlnncllt- Clues. Smcttcm. ELKS CITIZENSHIP EDVCATION AXVARD Suu Sgroi 62 Martha Donovan, winner, antl Mrs. B Ihhwmcmalxing il4C.lL'lK'I'. GREGG BOOKKEEPINCP ACCOBIPLISHMENT AXVARDS Vlguqqt Rigglg, Kathy FIRST ROXV, left to right: Ruth Pcronnc, Luis Raymond, Richard Trucll. Thomas Spaulding. Irvin Taylor. l SCHOLASTIC ART AXWARDS FRONT, left to right: Inge Lise Schou. Beverly Baldwin, Cheryl Leppert, BACK, lctt to right: Carol Clemons, Lois Moon, Douglas johnson. Darragh Ketchum, Moon, Kathy Lamson joan Haskins, jerry I SCIENCE A john I-Io BAUSCH AND . I 1 v X Girls' State The two party system-state government-local government-court systems-political rallies-all these are vital parts of our democracy. This is the purpose of Girls' State-to give the young women of the state a closer view of democracy in action. American Legion Auxiliary sponsored, each year junior girls from all over New York State are chosen to participate in this program-a program which is one of the vital pieces which will fit into the foundation of a strong democracy. - f' ,ffi'3fLf tj ,ffj , A I, ' QICAROLYN FosTER f I 6 AA , ff , K I xx my 1 JV' W 0,-A JPL -JL .2 ' 6 iff, ,C 1 'A' 0 f' 1 'I A 7 I I ly N '. , ? Y I L ,1,.,l,f If 1 ll ,pri ."L,4.f' 'lj A, fl 'VY 'lfvfgz f I I I V , . yy Q ' 'f fr """"" ffl, : f i ff . ly ,- 1 ,V X7 'ff 1-fly , rv 'C rc. X ff ' ' ' f af Jil , , 16 i ' 'I fy! 7' ,ll 'A 7 f x N p i A In pl, Boys Smliewff uw .if 1, -'sn' 13, .1 ,Af 7 'gy lv nt, J!! p - 4, 1 4 f , ' 50 Iii. - WAAJLZM The fiftiet ? inft ' ri1EdnA!Tfgion Boys' tate is called meets y arly to mold oy " c'aracters and increase their knowl ge of ou ew York State system of government. One thousand boys of every race and religion meet for one week to work together as a single unit. It is truly hard to believe that an entire state government can be formed and put into operation in the space of a week. One of the most important points brought out is what teamwork can do. Boys' State demonstrates an excellent example of our country's freedoms, and it is an inspiration for today's youth. BRUCE EDISON Majorettes D f f r f 9 1 0 . 1 , f s f 4 , 5 'Rv fix A , sgik -s Q IQ CHRISTINIE ROCKXVOOD ADFLINE 'I'IT'l'RO---Ixgldu' SALLY DIFFIN 71 F CU an : Q.. , ,Mmm ,f,M.f,M ,, , 5 .W 5 lil ROXX. lurrt In Vlgllf K. Alvbut, M. Pf.1lxl, lf. P0l'IL'l', DI. KLlI'kl1i, K, XY'41ll.xcu. R Pcmnnc, R. Hulctt. D. clI'.lIlfLll'LlllO, XX' Smntlm SECOND ROXY, left tw right: I, Isvlx. I. Grucu. R, Vtlcv. R, Ruck, M. Igcnlws, A, Amlcrwn 15. Iulmsun. XY XY . , . L li lhnwm, V. Rk'lWL'Uz', I. Illgartwn. D, Axl.llUS, C. ,l.1uwlws, C, Dummy, .I CQ.1stigln.x. D H41IQtc.ul, V, D.1vics, XY, Roy, THIRD ktt nw ight VI, lk-w, Il Stunllt, ,I B.l1'l'1.ll'Ll, I., Su-xx.11't. C. Scribcx' Girls, Chorus FIRST ROXV, loft to iight: VI. Ifustcig I XX't1llg1cc, S. Tyler. C. Wlmsc. P. Pyftlruwski. j. Rcmultls, A. Sofcur, M, Pittslcy. N. Morse. D, lI.mion. Ii. Sutclilf. M. C11-go. P. liclson, A, Ifcrrglxmli, Tico, P. Stilwell. SITCOND ROXXI, left to right: A. GLllffI'ILlLl, P. 7 . In1i'i'tAIl, D. ISiA.1tlI'uixI. I.. Iuk, D. D.1y. C Hglrlwttlc. M. Van Iiuicn, I.. Doull, Y. Ifrct-mixn, B. Phillips, D. Bcsnw, J. liovuy. G. IfIrtt'lic'i'. C. M.1i'tin. bl. XVui'tlu1'. THIRD ROXV. loft tu right: R. lNIt'Ku1'ugl1.111, Mason, I.. lxl1lI'fL1SCCIIO, K. XX'ilcux. F, lNIa1yL'1', G. lltflwn, ll, AIL'I'I'IfI. C. W"ilcox. lf, liik, P. Otis. Rigglc. S. Ill'Ofl1L'I'5, li. Phelps. S. liriggs, A. Killiritlc, B. XX'a1lts. IfOl'R'l'H ROXXQ ltlll tu iiglitg M. V.lI1LlUXX'AllL'l'. I.. Curtis, C. Cl1L'I'lWUOl'lCLlLl, P. Reilly. S. Gmxwiy S. Smith, C. Mnnclcl, N. Taylor, D Zeller. I5 Kcllcr. I. IJLIQll.lI'IIK', D, Iicst, II, Sc-ttiulsc, K, TIAIALILIX, I. I.11lNIny. K.Snlsl1c1'v.S, Rtmcli. A A I ,...,,iif"lMM1W5'n. Aryan Mixed Chorusi' "":"""JZ?4"7 'vim' FIRST ROXV. lclit to riglit: D. 'l'mx'nslt-y. I.. Tctro, P. Vi1HD6XXlxlfL'I', I.. Curtis. C. CIIKJI'l'J0l'lI1CAlLl., llrc, If. Bok. SECOND ROXYQ. left to riglitz P. Rcilly. D. lin-st. C. Rliincs, f ' " ' D. Iflctchcr. C. Locke. THIRD ROXW, left to right: P. Otis, AI. Riltgglu, Y. ITICCIIILIII. FI, Murrill, li. Sllls. ITOVRTH RDXYI. lcft to right: T. Briggs. . Antlcrsun T. XY'IIC'ICI', P. PULIIAIIQIS. K. XX'.lllglCL', XV. llC4ll'LIslL'Y. iw M I ZZJWMALN 65 oc and Baskin "The show must go on," and it does through the efforts of Soc 'n Buskin Club. Miss Parish, the advisor, has supervised many successful productions of the club and of the Senior Class. The Christmas pageant, "The Plot to Overthrow Christ- mas," the Senior Variety Show, and various plays have shown the interest of F.H.S. students in drama, A reward- ing enjoyable year will last in the memories of active participants and the appreciative audiences. MISS BEVFRLFY PARISH-W Advisor JONIILLE GOSS, Vice President RONALD DAMRATH. President LINDA HALSFY. Treasurer fahsent from picturel MARIFNF MATOTT. Secretary IIRST ROXY, left to right: Roberta Rockwood, Phyllis Chiarelli. Karen Rose. klonelle Goss. Ronald Daniratli. Lynn Halsey 7 3 t-tio. lliyllis lroppt-. Carolyn Foster. Sue Frantz, SECOND ROW", left to righti Pat McGinnis. ,lean Coaltley. Kay licurlv Hall. Martia Dntliariiie. Diane Tetro. Sharon Gorea, Sandy Smith. Pat Farrel. -leannett Fannin. Marti Donovan, Pat HIRD ROXXV. left to right: Fran Daiedaic, Karen Matteson. I.ois Moon, Fred Alderman, Bob Baforin. Dick Bannano. Sliettcr. Sandve Gillis. Fran Rondoinansl-qi. Anne Dugan. Gail Anthony, Booster Club "RQ1l1R.lll lor lfulttm l l" This tht-er .mtl mmy tmthers like it have been hearcl during the pep nssemblit-s .mtl luxe etlmetl across the football field and the basket- b.1ll ttmtirt. Cluitletl by the eiitliusigtstie leatlership of Booster Club,, the entire stutleiit btmtly gixes greuttcr support to its teams. Ilittlcr the stipcrvisitm ut' its mlxisor, Mr. Spinellgl, Booster Club presents skits in the pep assemblies, sponsors buses to the out-of-town spurt events, .mtl in this way promotes "school spirit." MR ANTHONY SPlNlil.l.A Atlt isnt' 8' , 'T "' I 1 , si. V A, si 3 0 .. ,... . V l7R0Nil'. lt-ft to right ,eff jl'Nlf KlflSlfR, St-t'I't'titi'y MARY ANNIQ VANNVCCI, Prcsitlcnt -IONlfl.l.lf CROSS, il'I'C.lSLll'L'l' X vll'DY liflllliilfll, Vite lli't'sitlt'nt ' 1.21. ' iz ,,, I :V X. IS' Q 5 : h A. 9 A K LN 'y ,. !..'Z..g5i't,f rl Jig' ' ' ' 4, -7 aff 1. -nk, ,, . lv fu ft.. 'I' ,A ,U A 1 -- . f 1... i r-ut f i 'I ' 'I SIU . - ' , ..r1ty i . . iy . ' ' , V ' rtwpptp Fltvxtt' l.itxx.ilt, list- Sthtwit, lint Sxwtt . t 1- .K . 'tw -, f s.tii '-Xlllll. C,.ti'ttli'm llwstti. ,lL'.lllK'llL' l".ximii1, hl.lI','AI1I1 Vhiiiittti SITC UND RUXX. lttt tt: it 'ht lliUN'l HOXY, lttt ttf tight llixut lttitv gl l Smith Kltl Nmttttiii Phxllis l' Nhti in ltiti lltttx llll nt Nu ll ,K Clin.: ltti'-w. lltttx' XX.1lltm. litttx' Settiexst, Cliuryl l.t'ppt'rt, Cfl.1titlt.t l..tiiibt'i'ti. l.twi'.txm' Shtltlttii, AI.itlxii ltix, .lu Ntvrlwtlltt, litixt Xl.iiit' litiiwiit. Al.lll.lll lhth. fttittlt' litvxxlmtl 'l'lllRl5 ROXY, lutt tn iight' gl1.ll'ttI1 Mttiplix' litt Mttiiiiitis, Nmtli 'l'l1t1ii1pstvii, lltvstitmttx twittvii, ltitlx litvtl-utr, ll.iih.ti'.i cl.lllKll, lfmmis Rtmtltiiimiislti Junior Red Cross xx k it Iett toy right: Ann Eerazfoli. Betty Setticase. Sandy Smith, Barbara Kriimi Lydia C015 Bonnie Kclimfl SECQND RQQ Sillv Cath, Kay Dixon. Sandra Roach, Nina Setticase. Beverly Hall. janet Mason, Eileen Salls. THIRD ROXV: Dc-ani l'm:-rsivn. iXonna 'llii lor. Joann Carrington, jo Pappalardo, A Since Red Cross was first organized in 1940, it has become one of th most active groups in the high school. Under the excellent supervision o Mrs. Colitre many worth-while projccts have been accomplished. One of the most extensive projects of this year was the building and filliny of an Overseas Chest with many useful articles. A bake sale held in Novembe was one method of raising funds for the project. Many of the members have assisted the American Red Cross and worker in the bloodmobile kitchen. Each year at Thanksgiving and Christmas, a part with all the trimmings is held for the young patients confined in our loca hospital. NWC try to do our part in this branch of the national organization. MRS. GliR'l'Rl'DI4 COLITRE Atlv lsul' 2 1 I OEEICIZRS OVERSEAS CHEST-WSCRAPI-BOOKS-SEATED, left to rig lift to iighti litttv Sctticasc. President: Sandy Smith, Vice DCLIDHLA Emerson. Sandra Roach. STANDING. left to rig Siesivlcrit KSTANDIXCE: l.vdi.i Cole, Secretaryg l3arhara Krupa. Sillly Cali. Jo Pl1PPL11'lA1l'LlU. Eileen Stills. laeas 'X JI Journalism lflllS'I' ROXY. Anne Dugan, lflennoi' Bok, Par Otis, Bruce Edison, Sue Sgroi, -Iill Bennett, Fran Bok, loin Bltn ini SHQONID ROXY: jiidy lfuller, Cai-ol Locke, Vickie Steinity, Patti Stanton, Betty Seabury, Ann Ferrazoli, buc A cite H Reilly 'I'lllRD ROW' Maurice Anderson. Pat McGinnis, jonelle Goss, Betty Setticase. Joann Kassing, Adeline Gui Ilkl limb Cireent Members of the journalism Club discover early in the year that developing a "nose for news," and other business and administrative details con- nected with publishing a high school newspaper, tan be a complex process. Ably supervised by Mrs. lfthal Dixon, editorial staff advisor, and Mr. joseph lflynn, business staff advisor, Journalism Club members daily experience publishing "The Buzz," the school newspaper. Because of its wide variety of activities, news- paper work offers experiences not often encoun- tered by high sthool students. Buzz staff members can testify that, though an exacting process, ex- ploration of the world of journalism is often fun and at all times rewarding. MR. FLYNN and MRS. DIXON Advisors Lett to right 1sRt'c13 12D1soN, iatistntst Harwi- FRANCISS NOK. Exdwnsc lllifftl' 12I.EANoR Box. News marit- PAT OTIS. l:CillLll'C Fcliflll' ANNE DVGAN, Feature liditoi' SVI? SGROI, Iiditor-in-Chief JILL 131jNN1g'1"1', Nuys Littm- Geor e Ray Bodle Club i KAREN ROSE, Secretary Anne Dugan, Kathy Sczupak, Marianne Tyrant, Pat Babiarz, ANNE DUGAN, President XXfinchell, Sharon Brothers, Karen Rose. BEVERLY HALL, Vice President .IILL BENNETT, Treasurer Education and the need of more teachers is very important in this age of pr The purpose ofthe George Ray Bodley Chapter of the Fulton Teachers of A1 which was organized in 1953 and is supervised by Mrs. Porter, is to infor interest its members in the various aspects of the teaching profession. Th fall, Cortland State 'Teachers College was visited. Another project is the teacher-observation program which gives the members experience and insig teaching practices. MRS. PORTER Advisor FIRST ROXV Ann XX'inchell, Rose Barone, Anne Dugan, Karen Rose, Marilyn O'Connor, Sharon Brothers, Betty Ann lfeirmwli. SECOND ROXXY Betty Barone, Kathy Sczupak, Marianne Tyrant, Pat Babiarz. Betty Seabury. THIRD Kent XX'allacc. lXlarcia O'Grady, Doris Xwilson, Barbara Garrett, Marianne De Masi, Martha Pfahl, jennifer Allen. ational Honor ooiety Stuiliy Stutly. Stutlyl ln Wil, the liulton Honor Society became affiliated with the National llonor Society. Pupils who attain a 2.5 average are eligible to hetome members of this organization which proinotes st-liolaatic ac'hiex'ement in our own school. Under Miss Shorh able counseling Honor Society has conducted its yearly inaxuazine sale antl has also helcl bake sales. The money raisetl was tlonatetl lor commencement prfzes. l 5? 1 f , My 'LL' f 4, , ifitoxi. im to i-igiii 7 A I J- ' PATRICIA BMGINNIS, P11-sitlent lf ty? 19a GAII. Pomiia, vit-Q Pi-csitlent .lt V J ,tl of All gt QW - kj isAc:ic1tAi'iiai-igiit ' yr' ylly L be gf Ali. um' izonoiiit, so-it-i.ti-,V N QPQJ 'Ly WL , . fx I .IOAN lylvclllrcjlilx,illlAL'.15lII'L'l' il 'vu Uv JV Y-Ja! VN V tv, ig' 'Ax f- I 'J , t I P FIRST ROXV, left to right: Gail Porter, Patricia McGinnis. jutly Rodger. -loan Nlllll-kllitl, Marilyn O'K,onnoi'. Karen Rosa SHQUNIJ ROXV, left to right: Kathy Smettcm, Kathy Scfupak, Mai'lt'nc Matott, Rim- Marie l5ai'one. Inge-l.ise Sthou, Mariannt lionnano, Marianne Dchlaai THIRD ROXV, left to right: Patricia Otis. liettx' Settitasc. Anne Dugan. Betty liarone, Clarol Ciaytlos, -lonelle Goss. Radio Club SEATED, left to right fabovej: M. Waters. Tom Cantine. Left to right: B. Bnjorin, B. Haseltine, K. Abbott, W. Beardsley. OFFICERS Cbelowj Left to right BOB HASELTINE. Chairman TOINI CANTINE, Vifc Chairman BOB BAJORIN. Sccrctury-T1'cnsurex cience Seminar OFFICERS Qnbmcb IA-fr to right R BAFIORIN. Vice Ch.li1'INQll'1 M PHAITI.. SL'c1'n't.11'y5l41'r.1sL1for 'lf ADAMS. Ch.lII'INilf1 to right Qbclowj: D, Halstead. N, NV1xtc1'a. R. B.llUI'il'l. C. jdwbs, owe, T, Adams, XY. Bcnrdslcy. lf, AIJL-x'm.m. M, Phnfl, Bi Future H omemakers 'Em .0-. ,Q ,Q t M" .D w-4 .qikmw FIRST ROXXH left to right: Rachel Lattimer, Donna Sanford, Mary Bergman, Shirley Wardauglu, Kathy Woods, Jerri Ure. SECOND ROXV, left to right: Sharon Vescio, Deanne Emerson, jesse Dusharme, Vivian Wlaloven, Sally Cali, Lillian Kerfein, Linda Sikes. THIRD RONV, left to right: Mary Pittsley, Amy Kilbride, Sharon Wtmods, Annette Beeles, Gaye Fletcher. Phyllis Stoxvell, Anna Campbell, Mary XVashington, jo Ann Pappalardo. The Future Homemakers of America started the school year in an exciting and active way by sending five of its members to the State Rally at Syracuse. The next thing included on the club's busy schedule was their annual Christ- mas party with F.F.A. Several bake sales have been held this year, and during the noon hours members have taken part in the sale ol' doughnuts in the cafeteria. Among other things, F.H.A. has helped to promote a similar junior High School homemaking organization. Following the club's motto, "Toward new horizons,'l Future Home- makers strive to promote interest in home economics, good will, and wholesome individual and group understanding. MRS liI2ARDSI.lfY Advisor O i' g In v Q U 6 .i.Qsl' ,J .,....-.-- 5 . A l if xv T ' 5 ' U . 'liiii t ' 6.2 ' f 0 vi fi,.1x S' at ci ' s 'Q 'ff Et .T Sharon XVoods, Vice President: Rachel l.attimer, 'l4I'C.lSlll'Cl'1 Mary Bergman, President, Kathy XX'oods. Historian: Shirley XX'ardhaugh, Parliamentarian. Recollections - by ERNEST L. BLACK Fulton High School Mr. Ernest L. Black Over the past 32 years 498 boys enrolled ii cational Agriculture. Many are now on farms by and are valued citizens in the community. C are in varied employment. One is chief master in the Eisenhower Lock on the Se: another is on the staff of a well-known oil I Others fill such positions as deputy sheriff, dii of a hospital, manager of a farm mach business, superintendent of schools, and office the military services. In the early years annual family picnics, ha banquets and spring exhibits were very pop Trips and tours to such places as the State A culture and Forestry Colleges, Experimental tions, and Technical Schools have been made. ll judging teams have participated in contests ar State and County Fairs. The most prized winr were the State Prize Speaking Contest and many blue ribbons for booths at the County Our Forestry Club has set out more than 100 trees in the community. The School flag han' in the auditorium was a gift of the Future Fan of America. ARMERS Or alf-X ,XY 415' ff 0 9 oP""5' 2 S"cQSlFfA"f 5 My 7 on X - N. O 4 4' 9 0 '?1'EH-i-50 tb IU 0 U SV Vocational Agriculture U TURB' if S Q ev, 1927 - 1959 I, 'i l l ,x f 2' ' 3 X "Il 'f LJ L - N X 24 LE f, N 105 llRS'l' ROXY. lctt to right: Merry Hulmcs. Put Rtily, Luis Moon, Virginia Tetra, Kixrcn Matteson. lXl.lI'j' lAl.lIN.' lclt, Plmwnsic Mclnuglilini lit11'lxu'.1 Stu-lc, Phyllis Proppc. Linda Dingnmn. SECOND ROXY, lctt to riglit: livwrly Baltlwin. Buimic liriggs, Atlclinc Guiffrulhi, Ellen Allen. Atlclinc Tctro. lu Sui'l'Htllu. Ann lktlw. Flwyw XY'ickli.1m, Claml Pmppc. THIRD ROXV, loft tu right: joscphinc Business Club i'fucl1.1c1 .l.miu DL1c'li.11'mLp Karen Story. P.xt Stixittcn, RuscinilryGorton,B-411tl'u411'i1Pliclps, RUSS BIARGARET MCGRAW' Ch b Advisor 955 U l7lRS'l' ROW: Nuil Oslwinc, Mr. Burt. Aalxisori Kon Alvlwt, Prcsitlcnt. SECOND ROXXT Tcrry L11 Clair. Pctcr Puulillxis, lit-.1i'tlslry. K.ny lulinwri, -Inc Cosiinuriu, D.1xitl Hcnnun. THIRD ROXV: joncllc Goss, Silmlixl Gillis, Mnrtlm Pf.1lil. P.1ulg1 C Suti'ct.ziy. liu' SLIIIIUII. Kant XY'i1ll41Ccx Librar Workers MRS. XVATIZRS Allx ism' FIRST ROXV. left tu riglit. Sally Van llc Linllcr. Martha Pfalll, SECGND ROXV: Racllcl lalttiinc-i', Charlene XVilcox. Maureen Crcgo, Peggy Pyznlrowski, Cllcryl Klocli, Lillian Kk'l'lL'lI14 THIRD ROXY: Maxim' Maier. Dutty liiuulfoiml, jcannc Kassing, Nancy Morris, Kathy XY'ilcux, Irena' Van Limlci' Visual Aids Ai MR. AliliO'I"l' AxlX'1SLrI' right: David Herman, Ronald Cm: 13 FIRST ROXV, left to iight: Horst XYcl'11.'11 F11-cl St Ongu, Kon Hackett. SECOND, loft to c QE B f 4 .s.i.-si fs. SEE Iliff!! S 1 ii? Carpe Diem INIRS. MINNIE BVSKIE Q., T f TllRl2l2 CLUBS -FOUR SPADES-NO-TRUMP-PASS i Those are familiar expressions which are uttered at Carpe l Diem. Carpe Diem was organized in 1951 for Tunior and Senior College lintrance Students and is now under the su- perxision of Mrs. Minnie Buslce. One Tuesday a month the members gather at the home of one of the members to prac- tice their skills at Bridge. This is of great help to prepare the students lor college social life. SIEATED, left to right JEANETTE FANNIN, Vice President KATHY SCZUPAK. President STANDING PAT MCGINNIS, Treasurer ABSIENT FROM PICTURE SANDY THOMPSON. Secretary SIZATIZD. left to right: Judy Rodger, Pat McGinnis, Jeanette l71lI1I1lfl,KLlfl1y'SCllllW1lli, Sandy Thompson, Kathy Smettem, STAND ING FIRST ROXY. left to right: ,Ioan Nueifora, Marianne lionanno, Lise Schou Al.llflIDk7I1l!N.lI'l, l3ex'l'lg1ll. AT.1l'l'.ll1I1L'IDL'Al.lSl ,Ii-anne Carrington, Marcia Oiflrady. STANDING7SFCOND RUXV. left to right: Kasia Rondomanslci, Charles Colitre, Alfret Greco, Paul Cardinali, Richard Greene. Lee Colitre, The 19 9 Fultonian YEARBOOK EDITORS FIRST ROXV, left to right MARIANNE DeMASI, Associate Ei INGE-LISE SHOV, Honorary Edito SANDYE GILLIS, Editorvin-Chief MARTI DONOVAN, Associate Ed MARLENE MATOTT, Associate E4 SECOND ROXW. left to right ROSEINIARY GORTEN. Sports Edi SUE FRANTZ. Activities Editor EILEEN BROXWN. Layout Editor LYNN HALSEY. Art Editor PARKER PHILLIPS, Sports Editor .95 Members of the art staff observing the cover designed by BUSINESS STAFF-FIRST ROW' left to right' Sandy Tl L . . , . . f 1 Layout Editor, Eileen Brown, Left to right: Marilyn Fox, son, Advertising Manager, Lois Moon, Business Manager, Eileen Brown, and Lynn Halsey, Art Editor, Mary Ann Lysak, Advisor. SECOND ROW, left to right: , Margaret McGraw. Advisor: Mary Jane Felt, Business YEARBOOK STAFF---FIRST ROVU, left to right: Kasia Rondomanski, Lois Moon, Eileen Brown, Marianne De-Masi, Rose Gorton. Lise Schou, Sandye Gillis, Marti Donovan, Marlene Matott. Sue Frantz, Mary Jane Felt, Sandy Thompson, Story. SECOND ROXV: Doris Wilson, Carolyn Foster, Ann XVinchell, Joan Nucifora, MaryAnne Vanucci, RoseMarie Josephine Sorhello. Marilyn Fox. Adeline Tetro, Marianne Bonnano, Joyce Wickhairi, Phyllis Proppe, Jeannette . Ellen Allen, Joan MacFarland. THIRD ROW: Parker Phillips, Bonnie Kellar, John Crisafulli, Eleanor Bok, Anne Dugan, Matteson, Boh Bayorin, Dick Bonnano, Pat McGinnis, Barbara Garrett, Judy Bogdziewcz, Judy Rodger, John Bergman, W Pierce. Ahsent from picture: Ronald Wfose, Art Staff Assistant. T-, , Yearbook taff K' 4.2-F" SPORTS EDITORS: P.lfliL'I' Phillips, Rusunulry Gorton .xml Mr Burt, Advisor. A 1 .n "l7l'I.TONlAN" Typlstx 3 l EU' 'murm- 'P' AIDVIZRTISING STAFF FRONT ROXV: Judy Stoddard, Ginn Tctro, Phyllis Pruppc, Karon Story. .loycc XXf'1clqlmm, PM Mniimnxs, l7l'.lI1L'l5 Dnulnn. BACK ROXV: Ann Dugan, Boh Bajurin, JOl1I'lC:l'lS4lflllll, KLlfCUlXTLlllL'Sl1H J ff N, 5 F ' Mn Qui" MJ!-W fs? -wi Rf ' .A Wljoliticians at Lar ev f . .4f' fy .. 7 'laflj' U0 W A pct C75 42 ff jf f nc ft Q X I LQLTI4.-7 J' 9 ,fu ' f IL A sffflw ti .L flfle f 5 . pK. "And I promise . . Ls? ffl. 2 is W "5 25 is 3? 5 Here comes thc girls' cliurus lint-. 1 ,g ii Carolyn, Lise and Knsin sing: "Diamonds are gi Jeanette Fannin, our student director. Vote for Willy XVintergreen girls best friend." and Kasiu Romdomzxnski. tu ,lunc 'Taylor dancers? u rtlnstm, ,for V f llrr l,,2 A '-'lf',?11. vnaslpl FIREHAZAHD Arranging Ll display of finalists' safety posters ,wig Number One Physics class VcSt and Apron Day 'U mulxws tm' .1 rlullur A . W fa A r Q a , 4 S v 4 f fi 'i 5' fb - J S' : 3 ZS Q f A A 1,-' , - A ,, .. ' ' fa iff, Wg 1 Q ' Lf 5, , Lf K - 11 EQ, , g ii? ik QL 1 .'w2' W , ff f Na lie Fw N A ws- Q ff 5 AXV1. fix '2?6:rW Tim' O if 4 5 Q: N Q. :A 'AI x Ji. sy 5' 7 Il pd! . ,. 2 I P uP 4 awp ,I , , ffl ww M 1 15 a M, lg If , mi '4wQx' ' ,Q 3.5 - mf" YN! 'w , ,. A fy .1 J,'I'..n' "5 Y' 0' 119, . S7-52 , ex .'.',. ,"':'A'-Q z 'fr k ' X 1 vikxtffv " ..'f5l'. .' ,,:,g.,?Cq---E mat-., .1-Z ,ff '.,::,g1.:g3,. ,..,f. . -. ,ie , - Q, ply: gm. gf fx' sig 'gag afaaavq-"'v'D5-1151--,L'f..Zl: ,,fZ. if Aa: Q. Q xx Q .Q ,1.,-.'g-4- :tag 'Y ea . " a 4 9' Y ' x ' . 5' ff. ' L: 4 , 'M www. mm-vu-www' ffm-' 'A 935 .f A an N' 1 .. 'il Wag, 15 ' ' mf' " ' , ',.vI4.'5m1,,M5 ,Q If 5 I 41- BSL, if-14.4 ii? 1 .li I. 1. ination Our suiccbslul luniur Prom was set in thc color- liul 1llII'llJSPl'lCI'C ull japanese springtime. "It was il'i.1SLilI1.lllllI1' wc kiww . . f 1 V H , 1 A , Kusia Ronduimnski cruwns Luis Moon, the queen of thc C.Ol-Rl 'Lclt tu flllglltl Carolyn Poster, Wilblli' Blisclm, Prom. Limlii Halsey, Make Moran, Lois Moon, james Bough, Wil li.uu liurlis, Sandra Tliumpsun. Alice Meade, Carolyn Fry. Foreign Student Da Monique Servat and Carol Foster. Eric Blakstvedt, Carolyn Foster, Sally Tan, and Inge-Lize Schou. Another red-letter day on the Fulton High S calendar was Foreign Student Day. Our own excl student, Inge-Lise, was hostess to Sally Tan, a girl the Philippine Islands who is spending the year in H balg a French girl, Monique Servat, who is livir Central Square, and Eric Blakstvedt, a Norwegian, is staying with a Fairhaven family. All of our European guests spoke to us about customs, their schools, and their countries. Thej enjoying their year here, and they appeared to be "Americanized." In addition to the Foreign Student program, American Field Service sponsors a summer abroac our students. A Junior is eligible to spend a summ a foreign country. Its purpose is to promote internat friendship through the close relationship of teen of every country. Through this annual exchange, vs citizens, have a greater understanding of internat affairs. Eric Blakstvedt, Monique Servat, Sally Tan, and Carolyn i s 4 ,W ggewfrg - W , , , .f Lf: , E Q , ' U1 ,gyjigj , .?2V'e?QZf5f'5iSW X 56354 7 ' "iq 4, 'wif' fwf-4 ff ,,+,v'gp.w, ' , j tbLll tum I5 Lommcxldcd mi work by Gulch Al mo during ,III ISSCIU y wi , V , 7, Cf 1 S41 Y 1, ui A ," xy if ifz'f?ff?f42f'Lw SWT - lr' fnffiwii' , M, ,, 4 k Mg, , '5,1'E,?f' .,f ., K 1 ig? W J Q L M , H wg 1 M31 gi Mg, M ve ,cn wut restlessly at the I " xt one of the games 'lt AV ion Park ' Akjv w, . 3' , :Wil f.,- .15 , J w. - 3 inf? 3451? f , 1 , 2 Q EMM.. 4 ,. Az- .1 sa.. ffl "BARNEY" "NICK" "PAUL" Tackle Guard HHlflD21Ck End J . A ,JC W Xb Varsity Football f ' 1 1',-All, '. Nlil' V FRONT. left to right: Bill Bodwitch, Mike Moran, Nick Castiglia, Bob Kuster, Floyd Wallace, John Ludington, Frank Lichorob Dick Burns. BACK, left to right: Parker Phillips, Dick Pratt, Keith Shatrau, Bob Orlick. Paul Clemons, Dave Halstc Ed Samson. Ken Fitzgerald, George Kerr, "Ike" johnson, Bob Manzer, Manager. Coach JOSEPH CUSHMAN Q Assistant Coach , JOHN MUSCALINO "KDS" "FRANK" "LUD" "MIKE" Center Tackle Guard Tackle "BRUCE" Center s ' 5 Q md N 1 "KEN" "DAVE" "RED" End Quarterback Hnlfback Junior Varsity Football FRONT, left to right: Gene Gibbons, Wayne Kidd, Dick McDermott, Bruce Edison, john Muscalino. BACK, left to right: Darryl Hayden, Bruce Tucker, jim Robinson, Tony Trepasso, Art Lagoe, Dick Tetro, Bruce Parsons, Izzy Trovato, Mark Hayden. Fred Stoddard. ALFRED PISANO A Coach MR, WILLARD ANDERSON "BRUCE" "PARK" HJUGHEADU HXVALI-Y" Fullback Guard Tackle Gllflfd FDR Freshman Football FIRST ROVV. left to right: David Gibbons, Gerald Ballard, john Rodger, Edward Porter, Robert Bristol, Dan Tetro Clar Peters. SECOND ROW, left to right: Fred Newton, Manager, Lee Edgarton, Joseph Cosimano, David Scerbo, Eric Black G Barker, David Adams. Pete Poulakis, Pete Bock, Bruce Ellsworth. COACH JOSEPH CAMPOLIETA Fulton High School Football Scores, Fall 1958 FRESHMEN JUNIOR VARSITY Fulton O North Syracuse ,12 Fulton Altmar Parish Fulton 12 Baldwinsville 24 Fulton Watertown ,,,, Fulton 13 Auburn 19 Fulton, ,, , , 25 Carthage . . Fulton 18 Oswego , 24 Fulton Oswego ,,,,, Fulton 13 Oswego 18 VARSITY Fulton 7 Cortland .....,.,,,,,eee,, .,.,. 4 8 Fulton Carthage tttt,,e Fulton 6 Onondaga Valley 12 Fulton, ,,,,,,,, 14 Lowville Fulton O Ilion ee,,.,e...,...,,.ee,,eee, ..,.. 3 2 Fulton Oswego .8 W Fulton 0 Frankfort .e,v,.., .,.. 6 Varsity Basketball FIRST ROW, left to right: John Stapley, Floyd Wallace, Paul Clemons, jim Smith. SECOND ROW, left to right: Coach Muscalino, William Bodwitch, David Sant, Michael Moran. FULTON VARSITY Fulton 32 Indian River 34 Fulton 59 Oswego 72 Fulton 56 Hannibal 39 Fulton 52 Carthage 71 Fulton 52 Indian River 45 Fulton 54 Watertown 48 Fulton 59 Pulaski 55 Fulton 56 Watertown 70 Fulton 56 O. Catholic 82 Fulton 58 Auburn 71 Fulton 40 O. Catholic 64 Fulton 52 Auburn 56 Fulton 55 Hannibal 53 Fulton 66 Pulaski 53 Fulton 44 Oswego 51 Fulton 45 Oswego 50 Plzlyo lf s Junior Varsity Basketball FIRST ROW, left to right: Darryl Hayden, jim Robinson, Steve Mitchell, Mike Jerome, Tom Chalifoux Robin Hartr SECOND ROW, left-to right: Bob Manzer, Manager, john Glinsky, Howard Morin, Bob Orlick, jerry Cincotta Gene Gibbon Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton FULTON JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Indian Head Oswego ,,,,i, Hannibal , Carthage .I Indian River Watertown , Pulaski , ,, Watertown 30 Fulton Y, , M64 Fulton, ,. ,, A ,45 Fulton , , , ,W28 Fulton, V V H58 Fulton S S 52 Fulton, L, 40 Fulton , ,,,45 O. Catholic Auburn ,,,, O. Catholic Auburn . , Hannibal , Pulaski , Oswego Freshman Basketball FIRST ROW, left to right: David Scerbo, Tom Rowland, Don Bristol, Larry Mullen. SECOND ROW, left to right Jim Rich ardson, Clarence Peters, Neil Anderson, Glenn Barker. Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton FULTON FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCORES Watertown Carthage , Watertown Minetto Catholic High Kingsford , Fitzhugh , 18 Fulton 28 Fulton 29 Fulton 24 Fulton 3 1 Fulton N50 Fulton 2 5 Fulton Auburn Minetto Catholic High Oswego Fitzhugh Kingsford Oswego Varsit Baseball FRONT, left to right: Fran Tetro, Ron Fancett, Mike Iamio, John Terrimiggi, Alin Meade, John Samelson, Sylvester H BACK, left to right: john Muscalino, Coach, Mike Moran, George Kerr, Peter Bryant, Eugene Bassett, jim Smith, F Wallace, Bill Bodwitch, William Pierce. VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY Fulton . F 10 Oswego , , F ..6 Fulton ,,,,e r,rrrr. 5 Oswego Fulton 19 Mexico uuuu F u.,Y,, 12 Fulton uuu,,, ..,. , 74 Watertown , Fulton 6 Pulaski ,, ,, , ,, , ,4 Fulton, Y, Auburn Fulton 5 Watertown , , .. 3 Fulton ,,,,,,,,, t.,,,.. 7 Auburn Fulton 2 Auburn , .t,,,, . , H V1 Fulton ,,,,,,,,, ,,t,,, W atertown Fulton 9 Altmat-Parish , ,F to ,, 6 Fulton ee,,,, Oswego Fulton 5 Auburn ttt,,,,,.. to ..Y, V 2 Fulton 6 Watertown , tt,,, 3 Fulton 5 Oswego oo,,,, F ,,,, 2 Pull-Ups Dick Tetro was first with 19 pull-ups and Dick Wallace came close with 18, m .1 zw rsses-was ff zsf wr--w s Push- Ups Paul Drohan was highest with 94 push-ups John Anderson did 60. f Foul Shooting joe Andolina made 40 out of 50 baskets and Bill made 52 out of 50. nr Volleyball Best Volleyball players were fBackl jerry Delaney, Tom Spaulding, Alan Cunningham, fFrontj Ed Hazele- tine, Leon Le Clair. Table Tennis Roger Stewart, Bruce Edison, and Alan Howe were champions in Table Tennis. Badminton Marks XX'aters, john Howe, and Bill Wettering were ranked highest in Badminton. 99 Red Raiders in Action The Red Raiders had an e: season this year. The football played a difficult schedule wii handicap of several injured p After the football game was over. On the basketball court the team I high scores and many victories cross country team broke recorc fall. The spring sport, basebal enthusiastic players and should an excellent season. "Good lucl year, Red Raiders!" You're out!! The cross country team warming up. A Junior Varsity victory! .gg . Q-.f X -, W.. . , is-ff. . V.. R fr' Q' .. E' . -'V w iff-fL'.. ' 5: .QQ QLT S . . if Yi- . .Q -- . - Q 35.- . X 5 5 S S X . 3+ 66184. . A . .- .. S. Xfvsfkgmfg-1 ge 3.1 mx 9 3' X Y Nxt X Was, N gm + -H K as 'K i iffg lf' iz 3-LL: -1 q K . 1 . . - P - ss-f' wg -K Q5f,.s.5? R ' . ,Em.A 3 m m..A,A -3 A.. E- 'll XX fi. W ff-X mga - - 1 'FS ,. . . 2 .A ' ..,g.5,.Q.- 35 k ff Q 1. xx YVONNE FREEMAN MISS BEVERLY PARISH NANCY SANT Advisor Here comes that Fulton team right down the field and you can surely see Oswego yield. They've got the fight it takes to win the game and you can always count on them to raise the name of Fulton High School over all the rest 'cause Fulton High can surely stand the test, for just to look at them is sure a treat, hard to beat, our Fulton team! KAREN ROSE SUE BROWN SUE FRANTZ ADELE ROWLEE PHYLLIS PROPPE Captain Girls' Sports Managers of the various girls' sports are, first row: Maria Kanellis, Volleyballg Mary Jane Felt, Soccerg Karen Story, Dance Clubg Gonelle Goss, Track. Second row: Linda Worden, Dance Clubg Joan MacFarland, Hockey, Peggy Blake, Badminton and Ping Pongg Linda Fancher, Basketball, and Karen Crawford, Bowling. The girls' athletic Program is active not only during the school day, but also after school in extracurricular ac- tivities to enable the girls to win athletic awards. In the Fall, the girls' athletic program is composed of field soccer, field hockey, and Dance Club. In the winter, the girls' sports move indoors. Here basketball, volleyball, badminton, ping pong, and bowling are enjoyed. In the spring, the girls participate in Q softball, track, and tennis. I ee MRS. BhTTY CHENEY RQSELIARY GQRTON Physical Education Senior Manager SENIOR LETTER GIRLS: Rosemary Gorton and Phyllis Proppe have participated in sports for four years and have earned a letter for each year. FIRST ROW, left to right: K, Crawford, P. Casey, P. Proppe, M. Y Jacobs, D. Bradford. C. Groietto. SECOND ROW, left to right: S. Taylor, I.. Goull, I.. Fancher, Y. Freeman. M. Kanellis, E, Salls, L. Wforrlen, S, Springer. Hockey Girls playing soccer. OCCQT Girls playing soccer. FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Crawford, P. Casey, j. Bailey, T. Patick C. Murray. SECOND ROW, left to right: I.. Goull, Y. Freeman, P Proppe, L. Fanchcr, L. Worden. THIRD ROW, left to right: J. Kassing B. Pluff, M. Kaniellis, E. Salls. I l . s i I i FIRST ROVU, left to right: J. Southworth, A. Winchell, D. Wilson, P. McGinnis, I.. Schou, K. Yager, A. Coe, S. Smith, J. Dunn. SECOND ROXW, left to right: A. Ferzlzzoli. G. Proppe, M. Maier, C. Lamberti, C. Lcppert, S. Gorea, B. Loreall, C. Cicinrelli, M. Santora, H. Churchill, Bowlin, P. Casey. THIRD ROW: J. Greco, J. Walsh, F. Ronclomanski, K. Gillis, B. Pluff, N. Sant, B. Tetro, M. Dix, L. Brown S. Brothers. "Strike" M. Taylor. D. Powers. Oh! Darn not another gutter ball. FIRST ROW: L. Doull. G. Fedora, D. Smith, D. Espenmiller, E, Salls, C. Proietto, P. Pyzdrouski, J. Inch, D. Brinderhoff, M. Wtvtad, S. Guernsey. SECOND ROW: J. Young. C. Harbottle, T. Fontante, D. Bradford, L. Miller, J. Ure, K. Crawford, M. Holmes, J. Shambo, J. Libi, H. Sivilla, A. Lobetia, A. Guiffriad, J. Hyde, L. Famcher, P. Cole, P. Reilly, L. Kriang, B. Johnson, S. Jenkins, I.. DIDJEQIIIIID, B. Hall, S. Briggs, C. Locke. I0 YW Q-f-N ""' 2 r 4-4 Track ST ROXW, left to right: D. Smith, Sails, A. Ruwlcc, S. Smith, N. Sant, C. I.LllNI7Cl'fl, H. Clulrchill, D. I51':1df01'd, P. Pmppc. IOND ROXV, left to right: G. Proppc, 'lf Patrick, P McGinnis. C. Prcwicttu, C. Rf.mwl.1mI. S. Simliu, j. IXI41CPg11'lt1ntI, K. c:I'klWfr0I'LI, I f lst I C LttLl IHIRD ROXX I fr t t I XX ll IINL I R I It Ix K xllm M I I5 Q45-y, f. hw A, " V. c tv riglmg Z. "1 1 gzglm, T wntmzmns i, ', 3' . XX'g1s1ingtun, . Mnclntyrt-, I3 QL'IfIC.lSl'. I.. Uoull, Y. I:I'CL'INLlI1, oftball IIRST ROXV, luft to rxglmt' VI, AIQlQI:.ll'I.lIlLI, P. Prupptg CQ, P1'mcttt1i D IIl'.lLII,LJIALI, I3 S.1lls, P. I'yftImw5ki, li, Pluff, II. CIIILIITIIIII P C I . . . . , 7 . . ., X . , . A Ist-x SILOIND ROXX. It-tr to 1'1ul1t1 IL. XXal1'tIl1g1t1tgI1. I.. Duull. M I'ILI!I'IL'N. C, I7IAUPPl'. fr IIKHPVC, U RUWI-IIHI. I5 N-IKIINYH' I I,.lIl'ItIx. CQ Iiatmlt, ,I Ij.II.lIl'LQ.l 'IIIIRD ROXV. lcftx to YIQIIIK R Citvrtuxylli Sbltlltlslj If llmwttul, A. Rmvlcc. P. Clnlu, N XYASI1 lII.LI4VI1.I l"x'tu-w.l11.S Svx.1I1.1. ID. Smztlt "1" ig.. xx .sf is gen ig Q 1 Q fi? ,Q 553 W AF' I iw 1 .gsre 1532? x f N-Q4 wg? f ,fv- ,...-- -s,....W sig. 5 5 W 'S if 'QQM Q . vm im I- ' Y , R VJ, ' 33" ' Q X Yugi 9 ,W-gi, fi 3 if? s ? fx I-f mv -rf Ask V Li? Eff' 1 145 A NF 2 -E gms 'ia Q, fa' s Nw K Y' Nuns 1 kgf if mg J wk A E K 4 gi ensfsin by 0 ss' ssssxlvf - . X- sis :wmv Q ' '57 ?f?EiT'jfi?k"" Zi! JS Q7 .,.. -..y.?. , l....,.,. K i I 1959 FULTONIAN FULTON HIGH SCHOOL Fulton, N. Y. june 1959 Dear Friends, This letter is addressed to the individuals, partnerships, corporations, and business organizations of all types whose names appear on the following pages of this book. Last fall we wrote you telling you that we were starting work on our "1959 Fultonian" and asking for your cooperation and assistance in helping to make our yearbook a success. In that letter we also told you that representatives of our class would call on you to discuss our project with you. Members of our class visited you and discussed yearbook plans with you. These pupils were delighted with the gracious manner in which you received them, the kind words of encouragement which you offered them, and the generous assistance which you gave them. We are deeply grateful to you and we sincerely appreciate all you have done to help us. In the name of each member of The Class of 1959, we say THANK YOU. Cordially, yours, 1959 FULTONIAN STAFF fx! Sandra Thompson, Advertising Manager Bes+ Wishes ' o he S Clash oil: I959 BEAUTY SHOP URE,S GROCERY I03 Sou+h Firsl' S+ree+ L 2 6.02 707 Emery Sfreel Y ' FULTON, New YORK THE CHARMETTE SHOPPE I05 Easl' Broadway FULTON. NEW YORK Congraiulalions +o +he Class of I959 JOHN S. JOHNSON JR. All Forms of Life Insurance 535 SOUTH FIRST STREET Ly 2-5334 BENWAY BROTHERS, INCORPORATED Wes+ River Road Soufh FULTON, NEW YORK Ly 2-5790 SI NCLAIR CAHILL FISHERIES Gasoline -, Fuel Oil - Greases Fried Fish- Clams - Salads - French Fr ' . 0 Tarlar Sauce-Sea Foods I"duS+"aLo?'Ls- S+Mj+o' ods nov souTH FIRST smear re I' e FULTON, NEWeYORK I Ly 2-4436 Ly 2-6847 , 4 ,W EQUQN QEWNES ... NK .... Y.....- -,.i..., - .......d-..... ,. I-win! Q.,.' V V ,I,.i,r,f, ,px LW,-.,, , : nf 5.4. ' 44:1-1'0 -, .v .':,5 'f ' "Af f ,Jw ,f 'N W ww -: iz k'.3f'T - vig! .j L' ' wh ,.-f .. ' ., -A whvrm. A' t .....,.. --...M , .. - I M i YOUR SCHOOL SAVINGS BANK MEMBER OF F. D. I. C. Besl' Wishes Io Ihe Class of I959 LUCILLE BACH STEWART og ' X. Y I X Sales-HomeIi+e Chain Saws-Servlo Kerosene Fuel Oil 202 Division S'I'reeI' FULTON, NEW YORK I 419- THE GABRIEL'S Mflszlm gxjfwwu sw CIoI'I1iers and Furnishers PHONE Ly 2-4457 FuII'on. New Yorlc 209 Oneida SI'ree'I'C Fulfon, New Y PHONE Ly 2-6344 Success 'Io +he Class of I959 CEALIE'S DO-NUT SHOP WEST BROADWAY AND FIRST LOCKPERT MACHINE TOOL COMPANY, INC. 62I-623 SouI'I'l 4I'I1 Slreef FULTON, NEW YORK HAROLD BURTOI Gills Tha+ Las'l' The Mosl Perfecl' Gift a WaI'ch Hamilfon, Omega, 'Elgin, Bulova FRED M. WELLS Jeweler 2I SOUTH FIRST STREET FULTON. NEW YORK HOWARD'S SUNOCO SERVICE Sunoco Gas and Oil I00 Norfh Sevenih S+. FULTON. N. Y. Telephone LY2-2342 A Mosl' Successful Fulure Io I'he I959 Graduaiing Class THE LINCOLN , PRINTING COMPANY "The fear of Ihe Lord is Ihe beginning of knowledge: Bu'I' fools despise wisdom and ins+rucI'ion." ROWLEE'S FULTON DAIRY FARMS Q 808 Emery S+ree+ FULTON, NEW YORK DIAL Ly 2-6I04 ff S 'ff 4 If rl Congra'I'ula'Iions THOMAS MIRABITO'S +0 me GROCERY SOI Easl' Broadway FULTON, NEW YORK Class of I959 VOLNEY FELT MILLS FULTON. New YORK Besl' Wishes Flowers From for All Cccasions ARTHUR SYLVESTER CHEYTLERZPZYMOUTH 602 WaIrad+ s+ree+ PHONE Ly 2-7844 vf INSURANCE AGENCIES 'Wd of rNfM,W',Sw'6y FULTON, NEW YORK ,ff 'B ff" Bogarclus-Brainerd X W A Sherman Drohan Jjfwwmfgx Henry Holly J DPS!!! 212' Roberl Howell John S. Koski Theodore Lebro Berl Quinn Harry Shul'l'z Glenn J. Slreeler Carllon Ure Kennelh Wilcox .lOHNSON'S MARKET McDONALD'S 2 zo: WEST BROADWAY wallpape,..pag,,+s A C0mPle'l'e Armslrong-lnlaicl One-S'l'0p Phone Ly 2-7229 SHOPPING CENTER SOUTH FIRST STREET E. J. CAMPBELL BICYCLE SHOP owers Sharpened and Repaired Saws Filed and Sei' AII Work Guaranieed PHONE Lyric 2-4418 'geda Walaec Complimenis of ROS ENBLCCM CLOTHING STORE BETTER CLOTHES FOR LESS MONEY AND LATEST IN EAST-uONs Serving Fulton I With Building Matcggials Since I889 5 'Mfg X T i 5 Y as MORI Q' tx BROTHERS, INC. WIIQQYIPXQIN Besf Wishes Congra+uIa+ions To The From Class of I959 BE EFI IAL FOSTER'S N C FOUNTAIN SERVICE SPORTING GOODS FINANCE COMPANY PROWDA'S Our Besi' Wishes To The Class of I959 LITTLE SHOP JR. BAZAAR Congra+uIa+ions From CERTIFIED HEATING COMPANY, INC. I29 NORTH FIRST STREET HENDERSON 81 THOMPSON CO. Lumber Scran+on Coal BuiIder's Supplies FULTON, NEW YORK TEL. Ly 2-zuso TEL. Ly 2-ssso Success To The Class of I959 J. R. SULLIVAN, INC I 26 Wesi' Broadway FULTON NEW YORK WILSON'S BOOK STORE 9 SOUTH FIRST STREET School Supplies Gree+ing Cards Sfafionery Hobbies GifI's YOUR BANK . . . A Good Connecfion To Build on 'For The Fufure MARINE MIDLAND TRUST COMPANY OF CENTRAL NEW YORK FULTON Ly-24234 From One Gem MENTER's . 7 , I AMBULANCE I,,,fa.g Phone LY2-4I45 To Anoilher FULTON, NEW YORK Good Luck BRUCE JEWELERS, INC. Besi' Wishes Io +he Class of '59 JOHNSTON'S HARDWARE 5 Sou+h FirsI' SI'ree'I FULTON. NEW YORK S 81 D MOTOR LINES Main Office and Terminal FULTON, N. Y. Sou'I'h Fourfh SI'ree+ TeI. LY 2-429I-2-3 TERMINALS AT New York Cify Syracuse, N. Y. I4 CharIsI'on S+ree'I' 332 Erie Blvd-. WGS? Tel. ALgonquin 4-2270-I-2 Tel- HArriSon2-28I8 JONIENTZ TEXACO SERVICE The Besi' Friend Your Car Ever Had Corner Soufh Second and Broadway FULTON, NEW YORK LY 2-2I3I GREGORY BEAUTY SHOP CompIe+e Beaufy Service Hair S'ryIing-CuH'ing, Coloring 4I4 SOUTH FOURTH STREET LY 2-50I3 SEALRIGHT-OSWEGO FALLS Salutes the People of Fulton High We feel forf f 1' I1 any 'N Fulfon High S I1 l AI g ' I our p l ff Qyef USG SANITARY SERVICE Ol' Kaur Protection SEALRIGHT C0 INC GJ 1932 OJ, ff M4 IJW ia . 'Ili fi SEALRIGHT I f SEALRIGHT-OSWEGO FALLS CORPORATION Main Offices ancl Main Planf FULTON, NEW YORK ' LY 2-9489 LY 3.1 I43 Begl- Wishes PERONGE +0 +I-,e General Excavafing Class of I959 Building ConsI'ruc+ion Masonry-Carpenfry R. D. 3 FULTON' N. Y' I09 EAST BROADWAY HAROLD PERAU FRANCIS sr. ON E ""' Business Ove' 50 Isiffsfiw I4 sy , j K ,fs CLI W LDSMOBILE MI WJ 0 1 . pw. X ,Q Ig ROCKET! M UI If XM I hp' I HYDRA-MATIC! I i Wm . OLDSMOBILE h Opjwnyvsyfikjf 1: Has Bofh . I "Where Io Call" - I 1' ff W ff ff A I I asf roa way 3 Ey 2-:258d Mr PREMO OLDSMOBILE I, M' iff Wy IWW flfvfl My W ISV? ' If M7 Congramlanons FULTON SHEET METAL WORKS +0 me Residen+iaI, lndusfrial, Commercial Class of .959 Furnaces, Roofing, Welding F 55 Wes? Firsi' S'IreeI' 'om FULTON, N. Y. A FRIEND TeIephone LY 2-7304 I J fr ,Mm ffjjjgiff "'QCgLrN3EEr'Ien 7 IHQMJ M of We ALUMINUM PRODUCTS , AND Mm Q, D. K. MACHINE s. TOOL co. 55l Wes+ Third l l ,U Ming- . MW I W UW ' If I J I I EU -AV I! J , K JS?" IIT R! If I KBRWJU FAMILY BARGAIN CENTE fTV1NvbqfAfP4"WM IN Cy D 0' X NXT JUDB-1 I 8 Wa ' ,V QV 5 I ,QA gif Cf ,F dvi! X 35 W IV Qu I-Vs If TJ Jin? gm' ' my Sl blkpjfjfglw jyrjggvtigy , ,V W JA Y UW W ,IQ W ISIVUIW Rv 51.7" ' V X V , ATV! I?QFPE4cgJ5iAIzI2NAY XJ Nf OQEXW-47I.6 DRY 537- YJ ,YU MHIQJ N ' 1 BRO Ful+on's Discounf Dep+. S+ore ADWAY AND W. FIRST ST Conugrafulaiions +o 'The Seniors CHARLES MYERS' I.G.A. Bes+ Wishes From GRECO'S RECORD SHOP 70 Soufh Firsi' Sireef FULTON, NEW YORK HARPER'S Ful+on's Fashion Cenfer 53 SOUTH FIRST STREET FULTON. NEW YORK FULTON FROZEN FOOD LOCKER PLANT, INC. "Your Frozen Food CenI'er" Freezer Food Plans Besi' Wishes Io flue Class of I959 WAYNE PHARMACY FulI'on Corporafion I9 SOUTH FIRST STREET FULTON, NEW YORK MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY OF DISTINCTION Nafural Color PorI'rai'I's Glamour ff!! ff Commercial Weddings IVV Formal Candid PANNOFINO STUDIO 3l3 Wesl Firsl' S'I'. FULTON, N. Y. Air Condifioned Cong ra+ula'l'ions From OSBORNE PAPER MILL EQUIPMENT AUSTlN'S SERVICE Ful+on's Oldesi' Sunoco OuI'leI' SO. FOURTH AT FIRST STS. PHONE LY 2-5438 L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Co"9'alu'a+io"S ATTLEBORO. MASSACHUSETTS From Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers "Known Wherever There Are Schools and Colleges" THE FULTON TAXI CO. Represemea by-MR. LELAND LEE I64 Hermitage Road ROCHESTER, NEW YORK ffl 7 M' if Mi T725 T ff' , ,yi ' .' f VJIW M 0 So, 9L!QJfl'!Wfy"!.,f' F ', Compliments ot MMZZ JSNSQWW BR WN-HOYT, INC. W B. I f' ,jf S yr fyfw - W .ff .ff J gif' W Wrng W ffl, W Wpjlf' General Contracting 45 5 174 ' and Engineering KW ff T ' of WZ. CANANDAIGUA, NEW YORK Telephone I760 B 8' R Congratulations McCORMlCK'S 27 WEST FIRST STREET l27 Cayuga Street FULTON. N. Y. FULTON, N. Y. Besi Wishes Bes+ Wishes +o fhe From Class of l959 cEALlE's Mews SHOP JOHNS ll9Vz WeS+Bf0adw-av SHOPPING CENTER FULTON. NEW YORK Dial LY 2-7I I4 .H-'.'i?'!!""f'-ff BILLESPIE DANE LLEFWA A GILLESPIE DAIRY BAR The Finesl' in Dairy Producls Foun'rain Service DeLuxe Open Daily 8:00 a.m.-I l:30 p.m. CITY SUPPLY CO. LONGLEY BROS. AL FEDRICK- P'0Pfiel0f Complefe Collision Service H0+P0lnf APPlla"'Ce5- Plumbing- Sales-Siudebaker GMC-Service Elecirical Supplies, Por+er Cable Tools Used Au+0 Pa,-+5 24 H,-C Towing Hardware EAST RIVER ROAD SOUTH bl Sou'l'h Firsf S'l'ree'l FULTON, NEW YORK FULTON, NEW YORK PH. LY 2-7928 I I COLUR W I.I.,Im Q A noon V mn rmss I Q POWERS' TIRE SERVICE I I9 5 I I-'II-I'-1.2:-' I iolzrlofll I iv DSWEGO COUNTY TELEPHONE COMPANY I23 Cur+is S+ree+ TEL. LYric 2-5527 BROADWAY TIRE SHOP and ONTARIO STAR DRY CLEANING CO. McCOLLUM BROS. ATLANTIC GAS SERVICE Wesf River Road, Sou+h FULTON. NEW YORK FULTON MEN'S SHOP II7 Cayuga S'I'ree+ FULTON. NEW YORK Bes+ Wishes From L. W. SHELDON 81 SONS :SSID 'HM Remember Yo TRIANGLE CLASSILAATES W'1' FARMS DAIRY PIOILQISPI 804 Hannibal S+reeI' FULTON FULTON, NEW YORK CAMERA SHG INC. RIVERSIDE DAIRY THE Io I'he GracIua+es H5 WeS+ Broadway L. C. ROGERS AND SONS FULTQNI NEW YQRK W, ARMSTRONG CORK COMPANY of ARROWHEAD PLANT FULTON, NEW YORK I92R-I959 For 'Ihir+y years +he Arm- s+rong Cork Company has employed FuI'Ion High School gradua+es as Iypisfs, clerks, sfenographers, labora- I'ory Iechnicians, mechanics, machine operafors, inspec- I'ors, and cafeieria workers. We hope Io do so for many more years. CITRUS FRU'T JAMES E. KNIGHT JUICE AII Forms of Insurance Orange--Grape'Frui+-Grape 409 Sou+h Four+h S+ree+ Frui+ Juice Blends FUL-I-GN' NEW YGRK EAST RIVER ROAD SOUTH LY 2,5756 LY 2-4776 Good Luck To The Class of I959 F. W. PLATT 23 WEST FIRST STREET FULTON, NEW YORK Mayfag RCI WARD 8: WINCHELL, INC. Furnifure and Appliances Make Our STore Your S1'ore 308 WEST BROADWAY TELEPHONE Ly. 2-6430 Norge Wesiinghouse Besi' Wishes 'Io The Class of I959 Congra'I'uIaI'ions BURTON AND LOOMIS, INC. THE MORRIL PRESS You Are Invi+ed 'ro S+op FULTON and See Us ai' Our New Loca+ion NEW YORK 947 SOUTH FIRST STREET KAY'S FRY'S RESTAURANT TOT SHOP 207 Oneida S+ree+ FULTON, NEW YORK 2II Wesl' Broadway FULTON. NEW YORK Phone 2-6365 BABCOCK OIL COMPANY Easf River Road, Norfh FULTON. NEW YORK Phone Ly 2-4345 FERAZZOLI AND SONS Aufhorized Keepsake Dealers 56 Soufh Firsf Sfreef Dial Ly2-2048 FULTON. NEW YORK STARTING YOUR FIRST JOB? If you are, you'II be smarf fo sfarf pianning your Iife insurance program now - faking care of your insurance needs as fhey arise. PrudenfiaI's Dollar Guide makes if easy! J. Ciifford Besf Edward Collins Bernard K. Courbaf Pefer D. Du Pre Richard J. Hifchcock III William H. Marley WiIIiam Sfanfon PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA A Mu'I'uaI Life Insurance Company Norfheasfern Home Office Bosfon, Massachuseffs Fulfon Office 27 Soufh Second Sfreef Phone Lyriclc 2-2390 Wag f N 1 X -, I I S I PRUDENTIAL ,iv A A I y uzzzizgs' f' xl if l. 3 ff? jf I "Lili", MlRABITO'S SUPER MARKETS Exfend Our Hearfiesf Congrafulafions and Besf Wishes fo fhe I959 Graduafing Class 524 CAYUGA STREET WEST FIRST AND WHITCOMB ROAD MARK FRUCE Roofing Siding Insulafion 'AIP IHARGRAVES I Rfxgkh RMACY S. . LA A AME, Ph.G.,B.S. I I roadway HQ! FULT , N W YORK FULTON PRODUCE SUPER MARKET LA MAOOI-IIA BROS. af Forks of Road Phone LYric 2-622 So. Firs'l' and Fourl'h Shop lt FULTON'S AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS Ne'HIe Ford Salsbury Bros. Burlon and Loomis Dunn Buick Premo Oldsmobile 5, Sam sorbent, Arfhur SyIves'I'er BR PaImers Granife Gara X1 P WI X -- RI I If IV I III I ll X Nl' 3 5 1 Em N5 R I f y R ' ! X iN - y 1 I dxf . e FuI1'o II. of mer is p d +o exi T IS con lah +o I' l95 . radu ng Class. I F A MM U ry I i N W ave a cI'Ied ifII nsider Ie infere e I SV MVN " M0 . sy avea a . h 'lxxgv I X I 1- ' ' h I I I' I " , l J ' . f beI'IiIIIs ou,sIncerhAw on+Tn 'Io ivlr I1igtII:- IX IJIN X sp owlicd e ani! ZIIIIICCGSS e' I parab p ners, a IIQIX XPP Iv Your Homefown fac i yiu wiII re I mo and or as 'I'ime LIJXX passes. XJ O 8 and ' W v f iI'I I ur re: iI1 I eve'-Ye suzcissam' yy u yo we ws You Ig SCI'l00Iw NOV!S'BapEpllv ,. gif e 4Qr 'V 5 4 I Y 1 ,. f"ffI FULTON ji 'IGZI' 092- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INC. QSM ' , I I7 Onelda Sfreef ll5 SOUTH FIRST STREET FULTON, NEW YORK 4 ' f fxi FULTON, NEW YORK Good Luck +o The Class of I959 BREWER AND CAMPBELL I25 SOUTH FIRST STREET LYric 2-2555 MYERS' RESTAURANT I23 Wesl' Broadway FULTON, NEW YORK Kfyfl I .J . BOB's Q IO SERVICE ' BSS O l X FULTON. NEW YORK W. 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