G Ray Bodley High School - Fultonian Yearbook (Fulton, NY)

 - Class of 1976

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I am Lee and Grant, and Abe Lincoln. I remember the Alamo, the Maine and Pearl Harbor. When Freedom called, I answered and stayed until it was over, over there. I left my heroic dead in Flanders Fields, on the Rock of Corregidor, and the Black steppes of Korea. I am the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheat lands of Kansas, the granite hills of Vermont, the potato fields of Wisconsin. I am the coalfields of the Virginias and Pennsylvania, the fer- tile lands of the Mid-west, The Golden Gate and the Grand Canyon. I am Independence Hall, the Monitor and the Merrimac. I am big! I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific, three million square miles throbbing with industry. I am more than five million farms. I am forest, field, mountain, desert. I am quiet villages and cities that never sleep. You can look at me and see Ben Franklin-walking down the streets of Philadelphia with his breadloaf under his arm. You can see Betsy Ross with her needle. You can see the lights of Christmas, and hear the strains of Auld Lang Syne as the calendar turns. I am Babe Ruth and the World Series. I am 169,000 schools and colleges, and 250,000 churches where my people worship God as they like best. I am a ballot dropping in a box, the roar of a crowd at the stadium, and the voice of a choir in a cathedral. I am an editorial in a newspaper and a letter to a congressman. I am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster. I am Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein and Billy Graham. I am Horace Greeley, Will Rogers and the Wright Brothers. I am George Washington Carver, Daniel Webster and Jonas Salk. I am Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Walt Whit- man and Tom Paine. I am Phillip Brooks, Billy Sunday and Bishop Quayle. Yes, I am the Nation, and these are the things I am. I was conceived in Freedom and, God willing, in Freedom I will spend the rest of my days. May I possess always the integrity, the courage, and the strength to keep myself unshackled, to remain a citadel of freedom and a beacon of hope to the world. This is my wish, my goal, and my prayer on this my birthday, two-hundred years after I was born. Author Unknown K Reprinted from the "Wisconsin Veteranul f - X' ' xg Y., 'i, ""K 1 K. f' 3, - f X ft" 4' - Q 4 -fs Q " Qi, V , it My , Q 41 . YQQK F ' '-ff' W Wu " .1 " 1 r ':. 4 1 ' ' :E.:5T2,,..1'.'f mf ' 4. I V 154.1 f Q , ,W 44,15 .1 wif ' p J" it 2' I. , f, f 31:3 , W ,. , . .. , , 4 ,, J' I' q' , ww . n , v - . W... , X ' 4- --.1-5-i..... I ' ' ,, 'Th f --1.4 ,,,. 4' f .ff I L 0 'f.,.... ' 's ' f , ,N ' if-A -1 : ' uf 'Q 1 ix QQ? 'K ff uw., QL Us if 3 Q - A Khw 5 V: K' . , Q, f. "l fp 5' , . 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John Parker uttered those words as the colonial militia under his command prepared to meet the British troops at Lexington. Those words and the painting-Spirit of '76-exemplify the dedication and determination of the American patriots in their tight for independence. The colonies had organized to express their grievances in an effort to resolve the differences within the framework of the Empire. Several of the colonial legislatures had instructed their delegates to the Con- tinental Congress in Philadelphia to oppose any move toward in- dependence. The movement for independence was gaining strength and following the publication of Thomas Paine's Common Sense, which argued for colonial sovereignty, a resolution was adopted and a committee of five appointed to draft a declaration of independence. 2! General Washington, who had been appointed commander-in-chief of American forces by the Second Continental Congress, was a brilliant military strategist. It was his decision to take his Continentals across the Delaware River on Christmas night which resulted in the first ma- jor colonial victory. That victory at Trenton over Hessian mercenaries gave the ragged army renewed vigor. Supported chiefly through the printing of Continental currency, the colonial army also went through the personal fortunes of many American patriots-among them Washington, Jefferson, Richard Henry Lee and John Adams. These fortunes were donated to the cause of liberty-a cause supported by about one-third of the American population which was near 2,000,000. Another one-third remained loyal to the English crown and the remainder were apathetic. Despite many defeats, the colonies managed to keep an army in the field as a symbol of American resistance, to guarantee a negotiated rather than dictated peace. ti l . 1 , 5 t i 1 A v 5 ,5 .1 -. X . 3 WL, .. nf, I. ii R 1 Y 5 'gy' . -b A T.U,M- --K. 1. 1' -3 2 5 a . pimlmdw-new - My N ' x .i ". . Give Me Liberty or Give Me Deathfn Patrick Henry 3! 'Following the victory at Yorktown, Washington refused the offer of his troops to become king and returned to Philadelphia to aid with the establishment of a permanent government for the new republic-a loose alliancel of sovereign states held together by the Articles of Confederation. An envoy composed of Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and John Jay was sent to negotiate with the British. It was not until 1783 that the peace agreement, known as the Treaty of Paris, was signed, guaranteeing the sovereignty of the United States of America. The Articles of Confederation, despite many weaknesses, served to un- ify the states until 1787 when a special convention was held at Independence Hall in Philadelphia to revise them. The meeting was attended by fifty-five of the most-prominent men of the day. Twenty- nine of the delegates representing a majority of the states met on May 25 and decided to draft an entirely new constitution rather than am- mend the Articles of Confederation. The meeting then became known as the Constitutional Convention. 4! The men who assembled for the Constitutional Convention were an illustrious group with nearly every delegate a person of prominence in his home state. A large majority favored a strong central government. After four months of debate, on September 17, 1787, the new constitu- tion was completed. In a little more than four months, six states had ratified the new constitution. Despite the good beginning, the fight for ratification was bitter and it was not until September 13, 1788, that the necessary two-thirds majority of the states had approved the docu- ment and Congress could call for states to choose their electors and congressmen. Several of the states had ratified the constitution with the provision that it would be amended. Thus, as one of its first official acts under the new constitution, the Congress added the first ten amendments known as the Bill of Rights. Washington was un- animously elected President and a new nation was launched on a course of democracy. . ,gg I "Give me your tired, e your poor, Yddr huddled IRGSSES yearning to breathe free, The l wretched refuse of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, l tempest-tosse'd to me I lift my lamp l g e beside the golden door. Pl I IIN!! J V 5, 5 M l r K V x F i F s F s I V P n P I x ! I w N B V L 1 L i I ! I l r ,L l ijhe ?!earLooL plwlldfy Sugmifa for your .xdpprouaz flue 1976 juffonian igrocluceol af due: ,gag Z?oaMey..jwli9l1 .szlzoof gjuffon, Weak yorL l3069 fjlle 50flz gdifion of flze Ejuffonian, ufume I0 af Eg fa, 5044, .ibealicafio ll . 2 .xdclminibfrafion . . . . 4 .gclzoof Serviced . . Creafiue mifing . . Sen fora yuniord .S,0,9ll0I'Yl0l'05 . . jrealzmen jacuhy J4ffiUitze4 prom . .gporb . .fdaluerfiain .QFLJQX . 9 I4 22 56 100 II2 124 I36 I48 l8Q I82 246 288 3 5 33 ,fs .ff xi! 5 Q, fig Qafsiiiw S4 ,, gf:-my ? ., mf?- N5 Q5 T3 V ' ,. . A 5: ,E , ix, li if rdf' "1 , , ZX, 7, rf if Fm , ff?" as 5 w ..-1 V ' EF" A 9 EE 5 Z s E 5' 1 'Y 52 i! 2 ' i ii d ,,, 5 2 X , W 2 5 'I , 5' F:f-- 1 , 2 X Glenn W. Clark.fSuperintendent of Scfhodls 1959-76 ami .guperinfenclenf .Shoah .fdnol glue gourd gjalucafion GLENN W. CLARK - born June 19, 1920 in Potsdam, N.Y. Mr. Clark graduated from Lansingburgh High School in Troy, N.Y. in 1937, from Albany State College in 1941 with a Bachelor's Degree in French, English and Social Studies. Mr. Clark received a Master's Degree in Educational Administra- tion from St. Lawrence University in 1948. Mr. Clark com- pleted course work for the degree of Doctor of Education Che does not hold the degreej from Syracuse University School of Education in the period 1952-54. Mr. Clark taught in Conifer, N.Y., Chateaugay, N.Y. served as chief school officer in Conifer, Waddington and Fulton. Mr. Clark was also an assistant instructor in the School of Educa- tion in Syracuse University. Mr. Clark's military service includes 416 years during World War 2 in the United States and Europe and 2 years service in Korea. Mr. Clark was awarded 5 Battle Stars and the Bronze Star during World War 2 and was the recipient of the Army Commendation Medal for his service during the Korean War. Mr. Clark was promoted from Private at the start of Wrold War 2 to Captain during the Korean War. Mr. Clark came to Fulton in july 1954 as Principal of the Fulton High School, serving as High School Principal from 1954 until 1959. He served as Assistant Superintendent of Schools from February 1959 to June 1959 and has served as Superintendent of Schools from July 1, 1959 until January 31, 1976. During his term as Superintendent, the Board of Educa- tion completed construction as follows: G. Ray Bodley High School, Volney Elementary School, James E. Lanigan School Addition and extensive remodeling of all elementary schools. During the period of his superintendency, the school district became a consolidated school district, became a member of the Oswego County BOCES and developed the most extensive Ti- tle I ESEA Program in Oswego County. - In the community Mr. Clark has been a member and trustee of the First United Methodist Church, a former President of Oswego-Fulton Torch Club and member of Hiram Lodge FSLAM, Treasurer of the Fulton Public Library Board, and he has served as a trustee of the Fulton Savings Bank from 1962 until the present date. In the Central New York Area, Mr. Clark has been the Superintendents' representative to Section III of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association and has served as a member of the Executive Committee of that Association. On the state wide basis, Mr. Clark has served as trustee of the Pupil Benefits Plan Inc., a school insurance cor- poration. For the past 4 years, Mr. Clark has served as Presi- dent of the Board of Trustees of that organization. Mr. Clark is married to the former Eleanor Marie Nelson, a teacher in the Phoenix Central School District. The Clarks have two children- Bruce N. Clark, an attorney in.Fulton, holds a Bachelor's Degree from State University College at Albany and a Juris Doctor Degree from University of Louisville, and Susan C. Miller, a resident of Bloomington, In- diana, where she holds a clerical position in the School of Education of Indiana University. Susan holds Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in German from Middlebury College. Mr. and Mrs. Clark have one granddaughter, Amanda Carey Clark, daughter of Bruce Clark. The Board of Education members are: Mrs. Jean Ruta, Dr. Leon Stuber, Mr. Kenneth Darling, Mr. Floyd Boyntong pres., Mr. Gene Tracy, Mrs. Judy Geitner, Mr. Robert Bymaster. W, , WWW 'K'F""l E533 2: 'Kg 5 2 PEZ , 22232 U :E 5 S 1 iff f p0LUf6U'l6J U'lCl,9Cl sg1'g5SS2i25sM5 1 1 5 5 S , , S M3 SEM, 1 5415 ,5s,g1 Q ff , 1-4 QI M?-f A Q A . flf, 2 ff?" Z Mr. Spaid. Vice Principal Qi ww W mfw:,. ,wllfvffff fWW"'D ,Q.f'J'0W" W 'J ' " 'w w uh ' W' www wwf 2' 4fD"n'W ww, V W m, ,W ,. M M, 1' ,,e,f?Vy,f W 'v:" . ww w 'N M- fx f p 4353! .9 J.. I Y , 55, W, ,Q - 'mark va , 4: f f - ' wg? gs: YQ 54,0 W 'H S, , W, M . 3,11 : K 1 ,y I if .1- L 'xlkf Ss? - xfixxg, ff Qgxyff 5 -. . W Q25-Kimi I AL.x . , 6 'f X .N F in 'XEQSQF-:gg A -1 W' N Mm N 5. 'Q 'UQ N 'iw X N .ll Ce Clan. 's 12 Mr. Peluso is head of Guidance and his expert advice is very useful in the search for college and job opportunities. Mr. George Curran, Mr. Charles Geers, Mrs. Barbara Pisano and Mrs. Ellen Vanosdall all work to help the students of this school find a direction in life, and careers. Future plans are influenced by these counselors' opinions and advice. The counselors can use their own expertise in counseling each individual student to their fullest capacity. Each student owes his gratitude to these counselors for the devoted efforts in helping him with problems, Whether they are personal, vocational, or educational. Guidance Staff Mr. Arthur J. Peluso-Director of Guidance Mr. George Curran-Counselor Mr. Charles Geers-Counselor Mrs. Barbara Pisano-Counselor Mrs. Ellen Vanosdall-Counselor Mrs. Margaret Polson-Guidance typist Mrs. Evelyn McKinney-Mr. Peluso's Secretary i f w 1 6 7 I gfmfgw- - il , , 'Lr"4f6'5'if,v:4 4 46 R .gfmfwgy f Vg ,sq flmfmf 4 ws, 'K+ Q1 4 A A, fl ,A .,.ax1.Wi J I" V' ,P ,. M . 1 Q2 vawmq-www 4-lv wvnnxsm 2 Nil' , WW 35 Q 3 gn 1 me ,11 mm oarcl Qfhce ecrefariw Helen Spivak, Clerk School Lunch Program: Doris Reich, Clerk-Business Officeg Norma Burleigh, Clerk - Federal Programs: Theresa Roy, Clerk - Dir. Elem. Ed. and Dir. Phys. Ed. Offices Rita Okonieski, Clerk ' Curriculum Centerg Elizabeth Geers, Clerk - Director's Office: Marian Ducret. Clerk - Business Office: Mary Conley, Secretary to Supt. of Schools C05 l QPU ffl. Gai O X ICQ' E A 1 4 I Health Office Personnel includes Mrs. Schaefer, school nurse : Dr. McGovern, Mr. Wallenfells, and Mrs. Fleischman. dental hygienest. I l Q -sg 'HN' 3 -is I l Y- f- I lf ' . 'L' . .Ll , W K 5 my K' V xr A A ,K I A Q 7215: I S' Secretaries in the main office are Mrs. Ellsworth, and Mrs. Cavone and Mrs. Holroyd. I . 1 .f , J L , I ,H , m -'E 3 N ,r cfm in idfrufiuefgngz ,gl , f- . -? " s .1 I " if 4 Administrative Personnel: Alfred Allerff Administrative Assistant for Business: Richard Kemmis, Director of Special Servicesg George Mac- Donald, Elementary Supervisory D. Donald Diqtin, Director of 'HPERQ Edward Scerbo, Administrative Assistant Federal: Leon Archer, cufriculum Center Coordinatorg Richard Swierczek, Music.Coordinator. Engineering Personnel: Vincent Bonanno, Bertrum Collier, Betty Crandall, Vincent Leotta, Robert McKnight, Jameslfpuderkirk, Edith Ranieri, Mary Toramino, john Woulfe ' ' f4't9'g I8 'X X . x . qgs3iiyZXvfQ.s-12 z W ez 2 ,js W M,- c,. r.,- swgfisfft-Lf ,Y Sp:TPiU.f3' ' - V Z'iZwia?'J'-W A ef +'Ffi322af3:iT - Qiemxri it 24- 323 ',,, , 1 stasis, ,. fx.. -.way '- f, brtaaazia V M33 .ig M W fe, . 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Q M I Av 5 Q-as 35 as Wzffr, all ifs Sfza1n,cff'aye1g, and cfroken dfeafns, if is Sfifl cc Jeawfzful world.. . l 7 I o CMJ 'IXILMJ On fmfeffw ffm Peep through the grass while you lay in the sun, ,ieiilzgeaslguygxiegijgnilgiea choice' with 'its magical world of colors and smells, I Camus aik you to open ygur eyes and hoptoads and snakes shading under blue bells, because it was your Choice to Close: them- while civilation around you will buzz. I can,t ask you to accept reality But you cannot hear it while you're where you are. because by now you,re immune ,go it. Youfre dreaming of places that aren't really far. I no longer Watch your progress. Where flowers are velvet and coated with sun, for as your friend it hurts too much. theyopen their petals to let you climb in. ' When I was but younger I journeyed this path " my eyes say the beauty that I knew would pass. For the price of my growing, I knew I had paid, Q in losing the child's awe I knew wouldnlt last? A 42 I ' So when I am old and decrepit with age, l? and children climb over my garden walls, 9 S Q awaiting them there are the beauties of life, ' ' that will awe them like I until growing up calls. wi 5 xl 1 WW 3 f' Q f .a N 'V' i 4 I' 5 ClL25,92Cll"0 WaLe5 We CW kg I X- 1 is Daryl wutoio ' IT? f Vg In this world of cruel and scaley things QA "'-, :ji 5 5 N o one dare guess what tomorrow brings X "T-T ' And everyone claws at the nearest heart 3? 3 A F 5 5 wi tearing and slashing their sould apart 4, by v F., S.,-, "'-Q-'E Everyday they watch me die A ?,4'-egg-of,--'i-'5"'-51 u 1 But only Shakespeare makes me cry. . - - I tiff- ,- forts F3 fi ei Play with my mind, world, and tossle my brain L ' IG 1 - lx E-95" r Break my heart, apply your stain Q, Elf ' X X ' ' Laugh and jeer at what you see W E5 .L g, ff' X J Nothing you do will bother me E F I N i Everyday I watch you die X , x " But only Shakespeare makes me cry. GJ X L N Q, 9 V Use your iron fists of hate X X World, you alone decide my fate You'll never hear me beg from you So, work your evil ,till you're through Everyday I hear you die But only Shakespeare makes me cry. Here - you've overcome me now Yet I feel little pain somehow I am rock, your assaults in vain My soul, my mind, you'll never reign You stood in victory while I cried But - only because William Shakespeare died. i lflicflffw f .14 go! ecfion O your emorieo f 44, Jw., l When I first came across them, they reminded me of twinkling white stars on a clear balmy night. Minute in size, they resembled lilies of the valley- dabbled with specks of soft brown. They danced upon long green threads- like daffodils in the breeze, They were the fruits of the Alpine Air- Fresh. Pure. W I . I , , , in EC. im fried A f ',,c35i ,Lx H fbi., 4 ggi! NXQKX El Q I w er N r N1 S kv y . fi iiligeif- Li li' ffiw if H l 1 l l T' l Q Y lf X , , X fm is i lr " ff W ii x ,IJ Y, XA fff. if f oemd offecfiuefy Cf Cgarflz Caroudef caving Carousel living - that's what we call it, that's what life is all about. Live for the present, tomorrow is but a myth, live for the joys of today. A carefree existance: celestial delights- dancing before us, spinning around! Our disposal-all society knows the answers to all of earth's problems, so please, don't worry your head. If you don't like the bother, "just throw it away!" But what will become of us when it all stops turning? What will happen when the music fades away? gpifogue There was a living planet in an otherwise dead solar system. Legends brag of how life once flourished there, but to look at it now, it's apparent that life could not exist there. They say the people became dissatisfied with its vast beauty, and erected concrete citiesg which were bathed by dirt laden skies. Jealousies arose among the race that inhabited that great ball, and slowly they poisoned themselves until it became what it is now, Insignificant. DEAD. as r Q e A if j .k lg. is ls f if li lik The beautiful petals reached forward and enfolded the young bee, but unlike the flower, the bee could not remain rooted, so eventually the bee left, taking part of the flower's insides, and left the flower along once again. ggebrafion .x4nJ praiae This far away abode-no one knows of it but me. Fields of green grass and cloverg animals running free. Life is a constant renewal: replenished and refreshed each dawn. Praise to the master artist, who designed this pretty picture so well- so minutely balanced, so pleasing to the eye. af ed. Judi Clzance Majestically rolling, 'cross seas of green and grey Traveling with Mercury, yet gentle as the breeze Winding the stages of eternity back to days of remembered joy Days of regal dominion over a sea of grass, untouched by those false implements of construction, the human hand. Rolling body, haunces high, rippling glaze of silver-slick. Swish of powerful mesh of tail Softened plush of pounding feet As the last of those legendary wild Western Stallions makes a last rush for freedom from a state of no escape. Xml 7 I JJ It was the end of my world. All hopes of happiness had faded, as a dream that is so beautiful, passing like a cool summer breeze. You were my summer love, unique from all of the others. You came to me as quickly and as softly as a winter's blanket of new-fallen snow. You created me, enveloped me with security and an immediate sense of well-being. You were my future, my past, my everything. All of my hopes and dreams were reborn, as if by some mystical, magical reincarnation of a freshly blossomed flower. And like a flower did our relationship bloom to it's fullest beauty. And like a flower, when the cold north winds bring the death of summer and replace it with the sirs of autumn did our love fold and die. by: Patti Devendorf 1 7' 'N ,la Ziff 1 1 X JL ,jf l ,rl r ' i ff 4 X ,, I V W .1411 .xdrfiafh fdewpoinf We are all just pieces to an intricate sculpture of life. We arrive, we grow, we shed our light, whether it is dull or bright. Some of us pull away, but never really become, for the surrounding pieces hold us back, leaving our accomplishments limited, and although we'd be better to break away and go our separate ways, not many of us see that, for we've been this way for too long. But the few that do, are rarely noticed. for they are just one piece, of too many more. I stand among, but am alone, The dreams I dream are just my own, the few that pass don't notice me, the good I hold they'll never see. The future laughs, the past just cries, I live a fool. a fool I'll die. Don't preach me your god cause I don't believe, That there's such a thing, there never will be. Don't feed me beliefs of the past that's now gone, I want the future, cause what's done is done. Don't ask me to love the things that you might. You're asking the limits, of what's wrong and right. Don't tell me to fear your dangers of life. Cause I'm not afraid. to live or to die. Don't ask me to wear the mold that you've made. Cause I'll turn forever. and walk away. "As each day comes to an end, into our hearts go memories of the day that has just been." Debbie Hamer Seek to find the best life has to offer: Look deep into the harsh eyes of the world. Goodness is often disguised . . . locked within the black darkness which envelopes the earth. The un- iverse has much to reveal: find the key to hap- piness . . . bliss is within grasp. Wendy Stone 28 Something Special. something real. something 'bout you makes me feel, that time will come, and time will pass. till you and I. will know at last, the things that we are meant to be. and in the end we both might see, that all the times we shared as friends, we'll both be lonely in the end, so if we go our separate ways, and let the years slip by like days, there'll come a time when you will see, the person at your door is me. Let me run away from responsibility. and let me run. from love and hate as I choose. and let me hide in fear, yet be aware. of everything that is beautiful and pure and good. and love it with awe, for I'm still a child. I cannot learn to decide . . . if you make my decisions, I cannot learn to be myself . . , if you tell me what to be, Let me choose what I must learn. 2955 Smash? 'gfgiapefi 'AWK if l Q,ff2,,,,fus, M f'ii ,lffi9ii I s fi A ew. l ju Q . 11-Ln' eq ' H Sff-----IZ A wifi l ,ll 5 sei .iracfz 75 The word in practice was TRACK this year, and once practice started nothing else was given a care. All the girls had one thing on their mind, that was to do their best and work for time. The first month of practice in that little gym, was like we were being punished for some sort of sin. We did our best with what we had, and most of the time we didn't do bad. Then the day came we were out on the track, and found shortness of breath had suddenly come back. But finally we got used to running with air, and could run all day without a single care. Then there was Coach Blair who was always there, when we felt like quitting and just didn't care. And then Coach Brown who was really no trouble, when someone would win she would bubble. The girls went into a meet with confidence on their side, and they all had pride they just couldn't hide. Win or lose we never were down, even though sometimes there may have been a frown. Our spirits this year was unusually high, I think that's what may have got us by. Sometimes the bus was too full of pep, and I think coach would have rather had us slept. Then to boost our spirits was Natoli at the line. with a kiss and a hug and to tell us our time. At home there was Carl who was lots of fun, and was really a dud when it came to working the gun. The people of Fulton started to believe in Track, and publicity was the only thing we lacked. If only the papers would print our story, they'd find out about the track team's glory. In 75 we did our best, and proved to be as good as the rest. We didn't do bad with 6-4, and next year we'll win even more! Kim Smith I hate doing nothing I hate very little but I find time to sulk which I hate todo. I want to go away, and go away far, find something new- find something new in me, find someone new I can make happy. Sometimes I wish I was. I really wish I'll be and stay. Y M73 W If ly X , .mil 4' if MMQWW rn ff i. ' ' J 'll im Q W 1:5 ,'7fq"'i A . f lil hjywgwgifhw Y ,JM r-a-ff' .tlksttlfmw of I iff" if my 1 I SfmvwW7fWi wi ll l l' ir-'W li "lil li f 1 , tii,i'la,?,,,,in,i11i11x1ilIllllll Q A igwllliiii i . . I lfllw v , ' lfllwrllt fi iviil'ili inirlflllmliilll ii -i li """"ilk ., f i.lljl.,,,iiiz:l'l fl will 9 5 yi, f , i l!f1iWf4jHfKWp3yfWn K wai , 11 Vg If fm! 'ML Q! ,ll lllliu N 1 f, l ,ncmll W' W ww f+uMl w I tis. nj.. lwf' W i f ,,l'll! I If I in i ffl X Ni ff x I , , . llrmmf 'M-MQW M . 4 6? mt ywMWW, U I if , .m'll ESV 2' X K x 3 .4 M 'HJR 'Qi x? x lil N 'l ll l gy ll illmll, X . . ffl " if' I' 1 If ZA. ,Q,l-e'i ' ' , Y ' 1, fi ll On your journey down the passageways of life, take time to hear the tales of others: Perhaps they have lived something of great value and beneficiary to you. Hear with an open mind the criticisms of friends and strangers, for in their dull ignorance or unterminating knowledge, they tend to notice facets of you that you alone would not. Enjoy individuality: you need not be a duplicate to' be accepted into the cycle of life. Conformity is a terrible waste of creativity. Above all, be gentle and kind, both to yourself and others. Be at peace with yourself, for it is often the only consolation at hand. Wendy Stone YEWKB Nfxgk X 557 , A 1" ,X f X 1 X-Nw C 5 4 N KS XR On gbwfinafion What of all time is this piece that we live, to waddle and squabble, to crawl and draw and endless drain of nohow, nothing for those then to continue. Where meaning, who's screening the purpose of this and the endpoint for millions of billions of no ones headed no where by no way with nothing to say or give away. Cro-Magnon? Thru those then to we here, Chivalric, dominic, dictoric, Attila, Caesar, Hitler and George Never did leave any answers to what place to where now, to how come, to why? Must by they weren't all those billions those masses, not clever, not knowing, to where they were going-left nothing to work on or even a hint as to how us here now are to face it. All time has now passes and that vast unapproachable, even untangible, not very understandable haven of heaven called space in not conquered and not even death has been cracked. How. now are we to perceive, believe, that no one has never bothered to leave The answers to those most inquired questions, where to, how come, and by what means and why are we placed here to go where, - and now as we sit here, never to know just those questions, unanswered, to keep those inquisitive, nosey, aggressives from directing themselves the right way. The answers are there but they're drifting away On their long, mind bending, death sending ascension to the base of my mind which is blowing, not knowing. Daryl Wiltsie ij .Y .ix."QdKS-x 405. tru? , r4fl1Xff,.f :vs 'ur A f 1 'Qqf fish vi iwiirl, f-f3'41f'iEf'2bi.jSr?i. ,,?'i3'f11, i4.1'3iiff?T.?2 if l 4 ,f 73.5353 'gyabb , i ha 'A M "Wk fcffff' ' I .-Iffifyi ' ff", - ff ,- Q 'Wy u ex 'm""1"W'1'f-'ew a--- '-ram.. ' f I , 1 W I - f Ilif f IQ! T , it PA' , ,ii I . I f I 'JU , f 1: Mlliw if I , i I 1 fu lil H Wg J. . R , I V , l M0 1 f fl '-Exif, 1' liillfllwi ,f f 'NUT' f , I ff f -Qulwlll. 1 I All ' I ' ff f wiiif-ill 'xl f ff f H X f XX 5 xx 1 ff f y RX X X x. X ff . -X . f 1 f QFOHGEHQJJ ,yj . . . A ! ' A daisy growing wild in a field of tall IE, A N An empty desert with only a few cacti growing .4 K ' here or there. I-V Lx-'J 'fl' , A dark, silent night with only one star that can be ' f f 'ibn W . seen. The waves crashing against the rocks making music no one hears. A leafless tree in that barren time between fall and winter. A deserted bird's nest blowing aimlessly in the wind. Me, sitting here, writing this, and thinking of you. fb. A X! Terry Zahler ,r 1-J X ,W -- - 42 i . N l l 5 ff! 7, i ,qw A N if ' f fl l. 64 'QA f QS f Y f Q ll f , I . -X . it Z i X ,J-f,1 lf 2 1 4 yo.. um am.. You walk along the streets, Or through an alley way. You walk along the beaches, With the sand beneath your feet. You walk the towns and cities, And wander from place to place. But yet you walk alone, With no one at your side. The one you cared the most about, The one you really loved, The one that said: "I'll never leave you hun." Now all the lights are turned down low, And will never light again. For the one you loved has come and gone, And now you walk alone. By: ANNIE ARCADI jo .xg jeacher, ja .14 .grienac jz you To a teacher- This is what I write- He tried to keep fourth bell From raising hell. He never succeeded. He was only defeated. There was Becky- proud and short And Robin- what a sport. And Darick- with pizza on mind And good old Dugan- basement time. But despite the things we did And the teacher's book we hid. And the headaches we gave We always tried to behave! On the fourth of September Do you remember? That's when we first met What a sweat. You did more than teach You did more than preach. You made us learn But on your term. You taught- We bought- You cared- We feared- To a friend- This is what I write- In the one before I constantly rhymed HClzri.4fma5 gefegrafion H Snowflakes softly sailing silently to earth, Touching mountains with icy fingers, Marking the beginning of the Christmas season. People hustle-bustling through shopping centers Like five o'clock thruway traffic Or buzzing bees at a honey comb. Fireflies decorate ornament covered fake trees, Blinking from beneath the tinsel, Representing false symbols of Christmas. Christ didn't climb down from His cross yetg Annual trips to church are made, And joy is spelled P-R-E-S-E-N-T-S. Snowflakes softly sailing silently to earth To celebrate another bogus Christmas. By David Johnson But not this time. I write on this paper of white To tell the story of you. By the way I saw it By the way I know it. You were a teacher and a friend Never one or the other. You honestly cared About the students you taught. You were willing to give of your time To someone who needed it. You never said no To a question of help. You were kind and polite Always wanting to help. You made learning fun More than chewing gum. To you- This is what I write- I write this poem to you And hope you will understand. For all that I write is true It will only turn you red, not blue. What I'm really trying to say- is this You're the first of your race And the first to first base And you never failed to make a homerun. BY: ANNIE ARCADI E: alfif gk I lk ,ir it ,L o ,qt-gf lr: IE ,Q 2 ly, 9 y J "gif Lili , XL ily' 5 . fx , , M.-f-:Y-N. A If jg' X l 1 fp 5 5' is M x C. . ,- 1 sm llllfw, lf, I I, Vw . ,, , 1 1 'l pl 1 l J lv IN ji ffl jhe .jmck 3l'l'lff'l" Without him there would be no steel to make the machines . . . No gasoline to run the nation's automobiles. No concrete to build the highways . . . No merchandise to spin the wheels of trade . . . He is gentle enough to let a twelve-ounce kitten cross the road . . . He likes straight highways . . . Black-haired waitresses . . . Slot machines that pay off . . . Friendly cops . . . Laughing, proud of his day's work he looks out of his bunk and thinks of the long highway ahead . . . He lives by the code of the road . . . And passes no man who needs a helping hand . . . I'm proud of truck drivers . . . Because he's my father, a proud man with 22 years of highway behind him, a man who would be happy to hear America say, "Congratulations truck drivers, you've done a great job." Denise Wingood ml 5 i 'C if 1 l , ji- x-,.,. f 7 I Sv gymnadfitd Gymnastics is a flippy sport. With six different events for you to support. There's high bar, tumbling, paralell bars, and rings, and all sorts of crazy things. J-17 1-V -I- WEQ And trampoline is a extra treat. That you see only in a special meet. So come on over, pay a buck, and wish us gymnasts lots of luck. -Larry Reich- N ff I X Larry RC.lC.."l.T5 I gf ,, "An outstretched hand goes farther than a tightly clenched fist." Debbie Hamer "To be at peace in your own mind, you must first be at peace with others." Debbie Hamer jke .xdcfreadea analfor .xdcfom Lights and illusions of many descriptions: dizzily dancing, swirling and twirling, blended together and packaged as one. Sideshows and deceptions all aboutg Fakes and frauds whirling throughoutg Painted faces and memorized actsg They travel together as one big pack. "Put yourself in someone else's place," that's what they do: They rehearsed very hard just to entertain you. "Friendship without self-interest is one of the rare and beautiful things of life." "There are so many empty places in our hearts, that if we tried to fill them all, there would still be space." Debbie Hamer "Laughter is noise to those who are deaf, childish to those who are blind, but it is music to those who feel." Debbie Hamer jlley llffjlzo 06104 Moon flu' lffunjcl It grew . . . and moved, and lived and created, and loved and bore new ones of its kind. and she smiled. It grew . . . and became taller, and larger, and became intelligent and planted. and she smiled. It grew . . . and prospered, and invented, and rolled, and built with strength of body, and learned to sail up on the sea. and she smiled. It grew . . . and built things to help build, and argued among themselves for what they had made, and labored for. and she still smiled. It grew . . . and made things for protection from those it fought, and built walls to keep it's belongings safe and she did not frown . . . and it grew and killed those it loved and those it bore to carry on, and built taller and greater walls, and larger things of protection, to kill more of its kind. and she still did not frown. and it grew and divided the planted field for selfishness, and divided its self by different ways of life, one here, one there, and the one on one side hated the one on the other. and even fought to divide what was the same. but she did not cry. and it still grew and fought for field and forest, and when it left, it left nothing. It flocked in groups and killed to protect the weaker that it itself was destroying, and the sky grew dark within the day, and the sea on which it had sailed grew dark also, into black sickness, and it still did not stop. and she cried. and it still grew higher and larger and destroyed past forlfuture, and reached for more land and deserted and left nothing, and turned grass ,to stone and field to the sky and destroyed thousands with a glance. and she cried. and it did not grow and through the darkness it began to fall dead upon its possessions it had cherished, and another took them and it also fell to the ground, that was dead, no longer alive like the things it had created. 4 her tears stopped. and it died ' and the field covered the stone, and the walls tumbled to the ground, and the divisions were no longer, for those who had made them were no longer. and the sky shone blue again. and the sea washed the shore gleaming white, and gulls sang in the sunny sky. and fish swam in the water and jumped on thewaves. and the field grew tall and the forest thick, and the creatures ran free and lived together without fear, and the walls were no more and the rain was good and clean to drink. and she laughed with happiness and she looked down upon the things that had been and were now and she knew that they were too intelligent to live happy, and not intelligent enough to live without deceit, for only man is destined to hate. and she was content. ' By Leanne Joice . Q xl M611 , 1 1, fmfvf-' " ' 1' ' I , 1 ' I l Ni 3, x, k ,ex s 6 HJMIAQJ , y I am crazy. I'm insane, With my memories accept my pain, I am Santa, beard and all, I am'Egor. ten feet tall. I am Satan. your desires, Let your soul join with my fires Come with me, And face the world, And believe in the beauty, that everyone else won't try to see 3I1yITlOI'C. em oriea As time and I go along, I slowly sing my silent songg Of memories we left behind, Imbedded in our thought-filled minds. Memories of high school days, And of our careless, carefree ways. We worked, we laughed, we had our fun, While time was lost by everyone. The friends we gained, and friends we lost, Have melted our from our lives like frost. In our future lies our past, Our memories will always last. Peter Christie "A smile is an expression of your inner-most self, trying to get out and say 'I love you'." ' Debbie Hamer "Knowledge is the tool with which a sturdy future is built, and without tools we cannot build." Debbie Hamer 'T '11 apozzgiea fo olhwrenre .gerhnglzeffil Oli g oue School is a nice place to go to if you don't mind classes W not always being exciting Love in our hearts, not wanting to be apart Love is beauty and truth, I am never blue with I ' . you, lf you don t mmd I . Love in only a word I know, it could be as soft a touch of favoritism as Snow- now and then just when everything is fine because even the brownies don't win all the time. Love ahs been shown for a long long time. but few have shown a Love like mine. Kathy Sperbeck School is a nice place to S0 fo "Friendship, in a word, is the unselfishness if YOU dfmit mind kids being left Out of one's own self to give their heart to someone all of the time elsef' or maybe only laughed at Debbie Hamer' some of the time which isn't half so bad if it isn't you Oh School . is a nice place to go to if you don't mind pretty "zeros" in the higher places or an F or two in your upturned faces or Such other improprieties as our "class" minded society is prey to with its "jocks" and "Burn-Outs" and "Motor Heads" and "Goody two shoes" and its teachers and principals and its other patrolmen and its various conflicts and addicts and social clicks I that our fool flesh is heir to Yes, The School is the best place of all for a lot of such things V As making the sports scene and making the marks scene and making the trouble scene and singing the Alma Mater and skipping study halls and passing test and crying at lost games and running down halls and sharing homework and studying and even learning And favorite jeans And no routines and breaking rules and making fools of yourself But. who cares? and just generally having a riot Yes, but then Right in the middle of it Comes your DiPl0ma! By Kathy Cook A friend is someone who knows all about you, but likes you anyway. A wise man will make more Opportunites than he finds. -Francis Bacon- I The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon but that We Wait so long to begin it. -Richard L. Evans- The future belongs to those who prepare for it, -Emerson- We give advise by the bucket, but take it by the grain. ' Wm. Alger- l MY life is 3 message' "Patience is acting as if you have all the time 'Mallatma Ghandit in the world while helping someone who needs If you tell the truth you don't have to remember anything. you," ' -Mark Twain- People cannot change truth-but truth can change people. Debbie Hamer Hard work never killed anyone but it sure has scared a lot of them. 7976 5 0 x B 40 .gcdofaafif .xgrfa This years winners are: Leanne joice - Honorable Mention Ink Drawing David Frawley - Gold Key Ink Drawing Wendy Stone - Gold Key A Ink Drawing Mr. Avery - Instructor lgeaforafion Chris Arnold receives Colonial Loom C1825-352 from the Cook family and restores it in Fur- niture Refinishing Class under the direction of Mr. Messerschmidt. Chris plans to use this beauty in her weaving career. Q Wfeafhng .gecfionah The Class A tournament was the qualifier for the large schools to select which boys would go to the sectionals. To qualify you had to be in the top of each weight class. Fulton was 2nd in the class A tournament which involved 24 schools, Fulton sent 7 wrestlers to the sec- tionals, more than any other Class A school. C'I'0CL6?l" .!4LU6lI't! This year's winner is Elisa Zakariassin. She successfully completed and competed with other seniors in a homemaking written knowledge and attitude examination on December 2, 19759 sponsored by General Mills. Spa rio Secfionaf .xdflafelea Ulm Mcenfenniaf Silo wcafieg Hitenfaf CACQKQHQQ of idforicaf vlafa Through the efforts of Mr. John Zizzi fthe history department chairmanb our school has a Bicentennial Awareness Plan. Any person wishing to sign the "Zizzi Declarationi' may read from selected works in the library and take a general knowledge test on the foun- dations and roots of the Declaration of Independance. Upon attaining a passing grade, one may sign the "Declaration" using Quill Cbrushb and Ink. In addition to this honor, each person receives a genuine Bicenten- nial Certificate acclaiming their historical prowess con- nected with the "Zizzi Declaration". C15 Mr. Zizzi bestows the certificate of merit upon Wanda Lanning, Kathy Kemmis, Coby O'brien and Tom Neilson. C25 Mr. Mark Slosek, American Studies, congratulates additional Declaration winners Kim Seibers and Coby O'brien. Q35 Mr. Zizzi and Mr. Slosek congratulate Mr. Mar- turano for his efforts upon joining the Declaration family of signatures. Jam.. fm.-f iw' L '-5 .fr iff' pfafy 5E'EfiT?Qf'f,..slf4 gz3lyga,.4,,, if ,,,,..,, . flfaflgmkibb ,miwuwufld fl - iid-54179 Mn C535 Photo: Mark Rimart L gig ,,-A- if gawlfifllf ,..,,-, .,,g E .L,1m,,,WA lzf Q L1LL ,,,i A L I fi mi 4 4 Q UA . I .. W W, mm Aww, " M -- '- -' ' " ' my Photo: Mark Rimart 4 L , 1,31 Lg Wi? 1 Q ,. ' 1 X 'G Z i 4 vl' , .5 1 'J' ig X.w 1 X L Mf X XZ " 'fl WX, 541. XMV' 1' X, " my 2, K XXX, uh gg .- Xxx ,. . ,Mfw :Q ,l X M X, X Z ,, X mv' if X 1 X M X: fx vX, Q wg. X5 2 , 'wfml' Vi- E V .7 -egqvi5XXXw,E :gig Xa lvnwiw Wifff VZ, '.'k' sf 4' nk - 'Simi ff BX mx-X, 2 iw -9 'xy .2 ' 3 :fi 'YQ 1 ,MQ , ji XX ,XV-,,. , XX: - f QQ 5 X-X ,Xt ,lk it I W X M XX X AVL ' f L X Ya L Xgg- , fx x V ' P' X , If Av .VXA ix S X . 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He holds a BE degree from New Paltz and a MA degree from New York University. Mr. Bower also completed Navy V-12 training, Midship- man's School at Northwestern University and served as an Ensign in the USNR for 3 years during World War II. He has taught Social Studies 7-9, has been an Elemen- tary Principal K-6, held the position of a Director of Elementary Education K-6, and filled the post of a District Supervising Principal in New York State as well as in New Jersey before assuming the role of Superinten- dent of Schools which he held in Tupper Lake before his arrival in Fulton. 'O x .Q Q 2 lm l i '---...... Q 3 Kiwi. QM if 3 1 i 4 , 3. IN, ..,, ,. A . ' The Senior Class of 1976 has really been working hard in making money toward their ...im great Senior class trip which is really coming fast. The class has worked more like a class along with their Advisor. Mrs. Carlsong Presi- . lg it . if Q3 dent. Mimi LaBodag Vice-President, Gretchen Flick: Secretary. 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W V . 1, im K ...f ff'2ff fe 7' HQ- ,V 'V 3 ii' K 'if ' , -'M-..1. wi 'fl A. . f 3 A V 'Q . jg i . A K N ' ii'l' I-S fy 1. fr: W9 Y A fu Q-A im' V M, 1 gg g, u: , f. i QF? Q 'ww 1 NSS: mf? M-5 .TN nr ,Q ek A .i 11? r I Karen Abell leave my shyness to Ruth Bond with hopes, for the sake of others, she uses it. I Lynne Allen, leave. The AM Boces bus leaves Debbie Rich and Penny Parkust a bird feeder and cage in hope that they never get OUT. I Ernie Avery leave my party pins, armbands 85 flags to the future NAZI of GRB to Miss Lori Prawl 85 Mr. Bill Speigle. I DeEtte Barnes leave a peach to Ronnie Allen, Jim Savas, Kevin Vogt, Mike Ambuske, Marty Bateman, Mike Dings, Mike Beedy, and Randy Thompson so they don't forget what they've been for the past 3 years. I Sheryl Berry leave Kim Smith, Chris Davidson, all my other cousins 5th and 7th bell lunch. And all the fun that we had. Remember Chris, not to shoot the food at the lunchladys. I Chris Bevacqua leave to go far away Ba hope GRB kids will forever Party - On! I Nanette Bonanno leave Peter Bonanno two whole solid years to enjoy high school with no one to check up on him. I Liz Breault leave GRB to the NY State Prison Reform Commission. I Cindy Carr leave the underclassmen the idea of being themselves. Dick Chalifoux leaves hoping that the Raider Report will one day discover how to see your counselor. I Doug Delaney leave all my talents to the highest bidder. I Mike DeMore leave all the juniors the senior table they most desired. I Patti Devendorf do hereby leave to Laurie Prall the promise of the rise of the Fourth Reich in the hopes that she can rule it with an iron hand as did our dear friend, the late, great, Adolf Hitler. I Denise DiNardo leave Karen Johnston Angelo, hoping he will never "sit" on her! I Valerie Downs leave Kathy Arnold a pair of suspenders to hold up her jock strap when it begins to slip. I Donna Dunham leave Laurie Williams my motorcross abilities, my brother Mrs. Martin for Trig, the bathrooms 85 the park to anyone who has 6 study halls with 9th bell English, and Mr. O'Neil the hopes to find another girl to bring 35 spark plugs to be sandblasted. I Mary Ann Dyer leave Kim Bennett 1 more year to watch all the cute guys wherever they may be, good luck 85 have fun in your senior year. Mary Dyer leaves anti- cardinal signs to any of Mr. Kanes students who know how to use them as I did not. I Doug Fisher leave the World Cups to anyone who can fill them with their rocket foot. I Gretchen Flick leave Randy Thompson a key to her house, so he can still feel free to come over when he can't find a ride home, and the spare bedroom so he doesn't have to sleep on the floor. Sue Foley and Jody Merritt leave Debbie Rich and Pen- ny Parkurst a muzzle for their mouth and a book of eti- quette and a dictionary to further their vocabulary. Sue Foley, leaves all the brownies she has in the office to her sister Trish and hopes she can get away with as much as she did. I Deb Fowler leave to my sister Diane, Mr. McKeown in hopes she will raise as much hell as I did. I Tammy Frawley, leave Brad Stevens my staring ability so he can stare at the guys too. I Larry Goldfarb leave Mr. Keown a list of broken lab equipment and a hint where the bomb is hidden. I Cheryl Halstead leave Mr. Abraham and Mr. Sansone to anyone who likes a sense of humor. I Debbie Hamer leave Mr. Slosek a great big watermelon sherbet ice cream cone to last all next summer. I Sharon Harris leave GRB with pleasure. I Teresa Hayden leave wishing the best to Shelly and Eric Hayden, Bobby and Arlen Halstead, Rochell and Robbin Looker, Mary Salsbury, Tom March, Nickey Terzulli, and Craig Acker. Good Luck!!! I Terri Heer leave my four years of work in the library to anyone foolish enough to take it. I Mike Hogan leave Mr. Kane and Mr. Sohoski a bit of calypso, a frog, and a reminder that Uncle Dick is watching. Also a hearty SMS for both of them to enjoy while at Mimi's. I Mike Jaquin leave my brother my skill in soccer and lacrosse so that he may be another Pele or Trav. I Dave Johnson just leave. I Lynne Johnson leave Sue Ballard "the gang" in hopes that someday she can break it up. I Rhoda Kio leave High School with generally good feelings, and best wishes and hopes for all the upcoming underclassmen, especially Terry Zahler in hopes Terry will find that special something that H.S. has and never lose it. I Mimi LaBoda leave Beth Allen and Kathy Arnold another year with a 13-year old who takes her time resting UD and not playing basketball. Also who turned out the lights? I Liz Liberti leave Kathy Arnold my shortstop position on the Girls Softball team with the hopes that she can fill it as well as she thinks she can. Liz Liberti and Caroline Pontante leave the girls who play on the Bowens corners softball team a book of How to have good sportsmanship. I Shelley Mainstone leave Mark the task of protecting Tin from the girls. I Sandy Mansfield leave my sister Joann Kramarz my smelly gymsuit with my worn sneakers. I B.J. McKnight leave to Thumper 85 McCarty applications for Fulton's Hoagy Club only if they pass their Hoagy physicals. I Susie McNulty leave Gretchen Flick my one and only bra that I thought fit me, but it seems that she had to borrow it at practice, she needs it a little more than I need it, so she can have it. I Paula Merrifield leave Kim Weske all my shirts and anything else so she can never say she has nothing to wear. I Jody Merritt leave Jerry MacDonald, Keith Berry and Bill Vincent a new set of keys in hope they will find a car to steal in tri-lions parking lot. I Sue Mirabito leave Maurine Caprin taking inventory, counting what she likes to count best! I Cay Moore leave Mr. Varachi to anyone who can stand the smell of fried peppers and onions. We, Bill Morrell 85 Dean Miner leave Tim Taylor 85 Jody Potonack their pictures in their lockers so they could have the thrills we had with them. I Michele Morton, Da, B.J. leave all the underclassmen thing that fly high in the sky. I Mr. Kurt Messerschmidt leave Captain Gordon and Wiloway Crumpton the first place positions on the Ten- nis Team and Carl Preske as your beloved and devoted coach. May you "ace" your way through the season. I Kurt Messerschmidt expose Erin's Sally's and Chris' view as Tom Johnston. I Billie Ann N atoli leave this school in hopes that someone will be able to change things. I Larry Ostness, hereby leave my hair to the science department for further observation. I Ed Patrick leave the job of goalie of the soccer and lacrosse teams to Andy Hogan or anyone else who can take the bruises. I Nancy Petrie leave Women's lib to any one who wants it because I prefer the old fashioned ways. I, Sue Quade, leave Melinda Moore three more years of high school in which to have as many parties as we did and get away with every single one. I Pat Rebeor leave my little brother John and little friends to have the chance to be big in school to the new freshmen. I Sandy Reilly leave hoping that my two younger brothers and ,sister have as much fun as I did and are more successful. Sandy Reilly, Jody Merritt and Ro. O'Brien leave Bill Vincent all the lockers at G. Ray Bodley hoping he will have enough room for all his junk. I Becky Reynolds leave all my brownie points from the office to any person who thinks they can put up working with Mrs. Cavone as long as I did. I Cindy Rose leave Mr. Sohoski to all the psychology students who has a good mind to think!!! P.S. Psychology is really called BRAIN POWER!!! I Arlene Roth leave Debbie Kennedy two more years of getting up at 6:30 to catch the bus. I Lynn Rowlee leave the best of luck to all the un- derclassmen who have to make it in the years to come. YOU'LL NEED IT!!! I also leave Mr. Sohoski to all the students who think they are smart enough to out-wit him in psych class. I Cathy Rusaw leave Carol Rusaw those cold mornings in gym class. I Terry Sarcone leave Lynda Nothrup every boy that she can handle. I Darlene Savage leave Mr. McKeown 5 broken test tubes, scales that don't work the elements and A.P. Chemistry. The Senior Class leaves Lisa Eichmann's "parakeets" sit- ting on the dresser waiting for M.S. The Senior Girls leave Tammy Dlugozima one bottle of beer in hopes that Buske is around. The Senior girls leave Liz Weske here, to give Tina Viscome, Tammy Dlugozima, Robin Andrews a little competition. I Mary Shortsleeve leave G.R.B. to the dogs and may it be in the hands of the Lord. I Kim Smith leave "Kimmer" Weske maine and kissing cousins and to Kelly 3 years at the ball park. I Bonnie Sotherden leaves her brother Jonny her spot in Mrs. Hazeltines room. I Kathy Sperbeck leave this school in a straight jacket to attend Marcy Hospital to further my education knowing that the insane things I did will continue. Wendy Stone leaves to calmly search for the good things in life. I Bonnie Taft leave knowing I won't be missed. I Harold Terranova leave to Mr. O'Neal anyone who is stupid enough to stick their hand in a cylinder of wet plas- ter for 20 minutes. Then try to get it out! Terri, Lou Anne, and Wendy leave Joey Wilson to all of the girls at G.R.B. so that he may forever get piggy banks 85 kisses for his birthday. I jamie Terzulli leave his phenomenal attendance record to Charlene McClullen in hopes that she can match it and still make it through 4 yrs. I Steve Thompson . . . I Carol VanNostrand leave Jean VanNostrand all the brownie points she can get. I Michele VanWie leave neict three years in hope that Terri Tyler does not ever get stuck with Mr. Ottman for any reason at all. I Debbie Wallace leave Mr. Avery any girl who can act as the Yearbook's Secretary and put up with the crazy, but great advisor. Liz Weske leaves one tube of "Ultra Brightl' to her sister Marg so when her friends say "Hows Your love life?,' She won't have to say "Whats a love life?" I Barbara Wooding leave Lisa Scerbo all the gym ball machines and all the boys we've followed hoping sheill find someone else as crazy as she is. I leave Lisa with Rick, Tim, Danny, Jay, Kevin and manyother to dream about. I Elisa Zakariassen leave to Dianne Gick the senior table in hopes that she can sit there as many times as I have! THE SENIOR CLASS LEAVES! Outstanding Personality DeEtte Barnes B. J. McKinght Best sense of humor Diane Ahern B. J. McKnight Sexiest Chris Bevacqua Tom Johnston Smartest Diane Engle Ken Butler N icest Smiles Sue Mirabito Ron Kimball Nosiest 4 Kathy Sperbeck Joe Concotta Noisiest Candy Rurey Dean Miner Class Babys Cheryl Sheldon Seth Datz Sickest Jokes J Patty Devendorf Larry Goldfarb Best Dressed Cay Moore Bob Dlugezima Laziest Cheryl Sheldon Joe Cincotta Most Likely To Succeed Cay Moore A Hugh Holden Most Popular Karen LeBlanco Bill Morrell Most Athletic Mimi LaBoda Bob Dugozima Class Couple JoAnne Chirello Mike Tallents Class Brownies' Mary Castiglia Steve Krom , Skinniest Michele VanWie Roger Pelo Most Talented Wendy Stone Dave Parish Best Build Chris Bevacqua Tom Johnston Longest Hair Lisa Tondeur Steve Kinney Biggest Flirt I Liz Weske Rick Falanga Biggest Eater Gretchen Flick Joe Menard Most Emotional Gretchen Flick Ed Rogers Class Angel Diane Engle Andy Ross Class Devil Carol Snyder Mike Davies Prettiest Eyes Wendy Stone' Doug Fisher Hottest Temper Mimi LaBoda Dean Miner Best All Around Karen LeBlanco B. J. McKnight Most Spirited DeEtte Barnes Bill Morrell Most Likely To Stay in Fulton Sharon Harris ' Sam Vescio Biggest Nuisance Lois Scerbo Joe Cincotta Most Active Karen LeBlanc Bill Morrell Most Carefree Diane Ahern Mike Castiglia Most Appealing Chris Bevacqua Doug Fisher Most Freckles ' Shelly Mainstone Bill Thurlow Most Generous Candy Rurey Ron Kimball Most Talkative Celia Swierczek Ed Rogers Biggest Moocher Nancy Galletta Joe Cincotta Best Looking ' Chris Bevacqua Tom Johnston Best Dancers Lois Scerbo Mark Webb Class Daredevils Carol Snyder Dana Sorbello Class Clowns Sue McNulty Mike Davies Class Hotdogs Liz Liberti Alton Mrris Curliest Hair A . Cindy Kerfien Larry Ostness Shortest Hair Kim Smith A Irving Casler Prettiest Hair Phyllis Brown Gary Rogers Clumsiest . Lisa Tondeur Bob Callen Tallest A Sheila Halsey ' K Dean Miner Class B.S.'er Sue .McNulty Ed Rogers Shyest Karen Abell -A ' . 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B.S. in Health: S.U.C. at Cortland, St. james Mercy Hospital Mr. Mark Slosek - American Studies 11, Driver Educ., Student Senate: B.A., M.A.: Niagara University, S.U,C. at Oswego Mr. joseph Smith - Physics: B.A.. M.A.: University of Toronto, DePaul University Ms. Mary Jean Shafer Mr. Mark Slosek Mr. Joseph Smith Mr. Edward J. Sohoski - Science, Health'8l. Psychology? B.A.: State University of New York at Oswego Ms. Suzanne H. Stout - Shorthand I and Typing: B.S.: S.U.N.Y. at Albany Mr. Fred Swiatlowski - Bookkeeping, Office Practice: B.S.: Syracuse University Mr. Edward J. Sohoski Ms..Suzanne H. Stout Mr. Fred Swiatlowski Mr. Richard Swierczek - Director of Music CK- 12j, G. Ray Bodley Band Director: B-S-, M-Sf in Education: S.U.C. at Potsdam 85 Oswego Syracuse University Mr. Peter j. Tambroni VOC Reading, Track Coach: B.A EconomicsfBusiness: S.U.N.Y. at Oswego Mr Philip Thompson - English, AB.. M.S. Hamilton College. Syracuse University Mr. Richard Swierczek Mr. Peter J. Tombroni fi rw 1 Mr. Philip Thompson Mr. john Tryt A Graphic Arts, Photography 81, Electricity: B.S.Z State University College at Oswego Ms. Judy Tryt v Math 9, Math 9-1, Math 10: B.S.: S.U.C. at Oswego Mrs. Ellen H. Vanosdall - Counselor: B.S.. M.A.: S.U.N.Y. at Albany. Syracuse University Mr. john Tryt Ms. Judy Tryt Mrs. Ellen H. Vanosdall Mr. john Varacchi - English 9,103 B.A.g State College at Oswego Ms. Karen L. Vasho - Social Studies 9,101 B.S., S.U.C. at Brockport Mr. Harry H. White - Mechanical Drawing: B.S.g Oswego State Mr. john Varacchi Ms. Karen L. Vasho Mr. Harry White Mrs. Karleene A. White - Spanish, Spanish Club Co-sponsor, B.A., M.A.g Lake Erie College. Western Reserve University Mr. Kim Whitehead - Social Studies 9: B.S.q Florida State Mr. Richard L. Woeller - Regents Biology: B.S., M.S.3 Oswego State Mrs, Karleene A. White Mr. Kim Whitehead Woeller Mr. Richard L 1. W . , , gash" W", 2 V-1-"M M 5' " 1 .. .K 4 ,. my ,, .V A A I MA M as M V ...f .. 5 A m f QV Q . 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' J: lf' if dM ' i.A-A. :A 1 ,, ? , , 1 ,. .E 5 .Ie iff HN E ,vs 1 -a 5. i L' , r ' "'T5. :" " " A'fh:+f 4 i 2 - A -21--f Y' ...AAA , 1 5 .W fix. 32? 3 u we ..f 52: .Q -8 he 2 N -vw 2 N -5 Members of this year's Student Senate are. SENIORS: Can- dy Rurey, Carol Snyder, Sue Mirabito, Mary Castiglia, Gretchen Flick, Sue Foley, Karen LeBlanc, Debbie Hamer, Billie Ann Natoli, Sue Quade, JUNIORS: Ann Chalone, Wendy LaRose, Mary Beth Angeleri, Dan Parks, Concetta Melita, Lisa Scerbo, Kim Weske, Marg Weske, Kim Siebers SOPHOMORES: Robin Andrews, Kathy Cook, Tammy Dlugozima, Sue Falanga, Mary Beth Goss, Karen Johnston, ave Tindall, Tina Viscome, joe Woulfe FRESHMEN: Sue llen Sarah Knight, Teresa Kasperek, Kelly Weston, Diana Stuber, Karen Kemmis, Barb Ross, Cara Valette, Pete Christie, Mary Flick OFFICERS: President: Bill Morrell, Vice-President: DeEtte Barnes: Secretary: Liz Weske: Treasurer: Wells Christie: Advisor: Mr. Slosek " 1 b WM 3 A fu' A W I - ta 2, ,f R Kirk A.., . I ,,'- 1 L 1 5313 WH! K Wig' f iv mf, 4 -: '44 V gk, MH ..,.4,,E,. 5 .- W5 Nanny Sahirdjan is this year's foreign exchange student from Bandung West Java in the country of Indonesia. She is staying with the Charles Barnes family. Since she has been here, Nanny has participated on the girls' Field Hockey and Basketball teams. When she returns to Indonesia, Nanny plans to at- tend college for five years to pursue a career in medicine or biology. ' g gvrfw , f., fzz er .. f 5 -, fa 1 . f .... tH ,igi5s.,., ,. , .. .. . 1 2 ' fFi5 5i2h1Yy1ff"fgjQQ' 1 1 f-f-' M . ' - ,JI 551 -11 2 1' -,lei 1 smiuri -,Q fl W e-.fffiii A it f is 10 K X2 K S 5' A SF Ewwangwmg me ag HW W Q2 if W 4 .L 5, gpyzffagf ,S fi. as '4' WH' , Mb we in F i wi Em V f Z W 9 f www X S' swf? . X ,f SE WF is 521 lt A E - -, - 'gg' :1:..'1:a:."1a:'Q: f:t:l"lis.:2sf31: gp s, gfk.5QQ5,gsg9.ti. 3w,si5.wg1 -:gms E..--35 .. sa ,K sir' 1 K gigs! Q" " 'gee' L2 wif: 252 ::5.. 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'Q"ffil71?1,12'+-V-ae"2?.'1a1f:: 5: . -4 'x . :fn We f , A-'iff , ,, W 1 I i - . e ' 3 245 ' . ' K . . . , "3L4fY- f W li .. 'i v V ' g m- .- , "1 5:1--:5?:-':'v:1"'551f25:-' .i"':::f"-E"':""EEw ' ",51Vf,?Ti if 'iMZ'if 'If :::'5'..:5E.:El:f:Eu 5' "..,i: -x :las'iii'g5iT52if,:gulg:gg.i I- . 1 U:,!ff1X'ff '- I 3' '-1'-':v"-. -'f , :w -"' T ?1,w..3' -P it .VI 515.4--..-,.::. v::.,5:-, " f' i ' . 1 ' ' , V .Tm A . 1 L Qi 'li Q 5 -- '21 me xl..f,'::2K-ffrgw assxsxggif. Y ii: ffEf'?I,, . K' . 'W f'.17E51s?imi ' i '1'5ff7555ai31Qf Y.. . K 'eff . 'sxiesrlif' , fm , ifezml' '1 , . . sw N as . rw 7' e ' -ilffvii ' 'A I V, g ,...,,,g, ., 'inf 'lwifw ' 4 . Sf. f miza..s..i.i 1 The American Field Service Representative from the Class of '76 was Dick Chalifoux. Dick spent July and August of 1975 in Manaus, Amazonas located in the country of Brazil. Manaus is a free port situated near the jungle on the Amazon River and is a city of approximately 600,000 inhabitants. He lived with the Atlas Bacellar Family under the A.F.S. program and had three sisters fWaldiva-15, Aldiva-16, and Ghislaine-191 and one brother fAtlas-173 along with his parents Atlas Sr., a government journalist, and Waldiva, a college secretary. During his stay, Dick practiced native customs and lived a Brazilian way of life. He learned a great deal of Portuguese, the national language of Brazil, and became a pretty good volleyball and soccer player while abroad last summer. is , ,rpms i -I Bm! Warm Debra Hamer Sue Bogaczyk Dawn Woeller Mary Beth Diston Monica Kurtz Lisa Swierczek Pam Hoffman Celia Swierczek Debbie Wallace Neil Gibbs Joanne Chirello Ann Chalone jennifer Colosimo Patti Rowe Cheri Noel Gaylord Brown Szmflru C7IllilPl1l Paula Keding Mike Pfeifer Paulette Pannozzo J anette Vaughn Darlene Perau Renee Smith Diane Fowler Karen Kemmis Kenneth Butler Cindy Guiffrida Diane Engle Nancy Hull Robert Raymond Lorenzo Phillips Craig Acker Gay Scaringi lf-lin Turner Harry Reynolds Patti Chirello Peter Christie Danny Parks Eric Hayden Mike Tryniski Dianne Gick Tom Williams Robert Bevacqua Rick Vance Todd Layricella Robert Campolieta Tim johnson Ellen Swierczek Roberta Waelde Kevin Owen Greg Hayden Chris Richards Edward Patrick 1 Spencer Ludington David Webb ' Chris Webster Mark Cavone Roger Pelo Steve Thompson Bob Bodwicz i Robert Langdon Q Steve Niccoli Wells Christie Mike Dings Mark Tryniski William Speigel Kim Burch K 51 QL . 143,549 3 M. iw, 'ugly i fi ni? H En ..,, 5, itfriqiiziffiff ww., feszliv if A ,fi-g ef -'af zfia is at P 1 5 ' ZX wfm5?w.1' ,V r 2 Ii'i R. Gzgafsgzmswks- Q, 132 1 5 ,W f gg . if ww . xii? .EE 4 If if 6 5 FH' we 5 7 ,f 534 12' ' . Q, "gms A -f f Wm '5- an f' , fi x Cathy Congdon Denise Dinardo Valerie Downs Willa Downs Eileen Fisher Margaret Goldfarb Kent Graziano Laura Horton Pat Howe Brian Hyde Kathy Kane Larry Lutes Shelley Mainstone Mark McCann Colleen Muckey Ms. jean Gallic, Conductor Robin Muckey Colleen O'Brien Pat Phillips Joanne Reed Richard Scott Stacy Smith Terry VanAlstyne Karen Visconti Shellie Wise Janice Phillips Liz Phillips Mary Trapasso Laura Warner Elisa Zakariassen R Tll'1i a7S ?aQWlQSlfi R .. A 'A fxi Iwi' Wu,-. ffmm igff w.,,4 6 an , , ,.,A 1,3 X4 -5 FM. , , mi, my T A557 5,9 ,wa Q ig , tai 'ffl V 'I T f ,fi 5 "ai OPM5 A Mixed Chorus - Z. Allen, Z. Allen, Angeleri, T. Arduini, R. Bardin, M D. Baron, D. Black, L. Breault, J. Colo simo, D. Cordone, M. Cosimano, Davis, K. Cvraziano, D. Hammer, Haresign, R. Hopkins, L. Horton, Howe, N. Hall, A. Hyde, J. Jacks L. Joice, M. Kurtz, M. Madden, Marshall. M. Menard, R. Miller, Mitchell, C. Muckey. R. Muckey, Rowe, S. Smith, R. Spohn R F. P on M A C L Northrup, L. Phillips, T. Richards, P ll Swierczek, E. Swierczek, M. Syrel Tretsch, C. VanNostrand, Zakarriassen , S E 7Girls Chorus - M. AoFrate, D Ardadi, D. Atkinson, M. Baker K. Bartlett. K. Brayton, B Coant, P. Cordone, P. Crego, K Creighton, L. Crofoot, V. Donn R. Deacons, M. Distin, S. Down- er, W. Downs, C. Fogal, C Cvantley, M. Goldfarb, P. Green- ey, J. Gribe, D. Guinip, P. Hoff- man. D. Hooper, C. Knight, B Leavens, T. Loetterle, S. Loo- mis, P. MacDowell, R1 Misia- szek, K. Olshewski, J. Prall, R Samson. V. Stone, L. Swierczek C. Tatlor, J. Treavor, C. Val ette. J. VanNostrand, D. Woel- ler if 3 Emi, H Q, In- M V . mi? IM ' g 3 49' w...,.,, 'Fl' "" l - I if M . 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A Nga 1 A A 6 ' ,,,L,,fiw4,,,li , .-v-x W...- 1,31-an IQQH- N. 2 -I K ' X 1 f 1 X 4 4 ' 9 1 ra, Q, W K f t f t Q, ,Q 1 J L lla l y , 0 Mail l . . we yi ' ' W9 . 5 W . . ,, V Xi h . :" Q QL xg .QQ mf' in :ek N A Liggfgjkpi-. f- ' ,K :L I . M ' mm 705 me 'fm xx ww.. 4 NM. Mr. Messersc 1 f r f Q. F a , sw .W WN .W 1, V ,my,ff:mf2,g,g, fM,1mw ,ww M- f- Am H, wf.,M.v, , Q b,,wJ,,,w . 'A MQ-Q , R V mew gjgg ,.,,, ,U ,f ?ili4f3l2ff7f1 M,fgzMi55?iigqg4vu Zyl ' 4 S 4 is WQHWWFW A M -S The art of homemakmg IS an lmporf tant experlence for anyone who IS mterested ln learnmg baslc home management skllls. Mrs. Crlst IS the new teacher for thls class. ,xg ,, mm- , 0 ww ' . f WMM--fvf 'Mex-v.,wmW ,V Q, ,W L- f -nf L, f.-f ,L .mfw::w-WWW w,wQf...w-Mm-fmmwmw A L 1wmmWmg11:ywmmefwmmwm.-fw.wdsqfywxmywgxmqvfhhvkewfwesewa-xw,m7-mwxw f--.f : my,-.Wm 4 r ,Tw - M - , UVA,--5,1 -mia , 51 ,Am 5 W 423519 , fi , . ,nmk ' ww 4 mit fb Bm 2 'Q B 'Q x Q ma Q u B Under the Supervision of Mr. Nylen, all the future bachelor homemakers get together for bachelor living class and try to improve their skills-by making grilled cheese and pancakes. Notice Mr. Nylen never eats any of them? t, DN, sh gg S X 1 v Each year, under the direction of Mr. Quirk, all of the up and coming actors and actresses of G. Ray rehearse to perform various plays throughout the school year. P This year's members are: President - Larry Goldfarb, Vice President Lori Bovay, Secretary - Marybeth Goss, Treasurer - Debbyfwallacei Karen Abell, Zana Allen, Zena Allen, Tom Arduini, Kathy Bleckl Kevin Brayton, Becky Burch, Denise Cealie, 'Margaret Goldfarbl Wendy Hotchkiss, Pat Pederson, Cindy Pratt, Mark Rimert, Laurai Warner, Joe Woulfe ' f N r 5 l ,i 3 I 2 3 5 f Q s 4 K i 5 i ' z e fe 35 ,, 5 2 Q O 'L Boosters Club members are: S. Bergan, S. Falanga, V.'Powers. 1. Bergan, R. Cealie, T. Foley, C. Weston, K. Weske, C. Peluso, M. Mac- Namara, T. Allen, D. Stoutenger, P. Manitta, T. Crandell, C. Pratt, K. Chesbro, C. Chalone Checkmates are: The President is: David Hanc- zyk, Vice President 85 Treasurer Zane Allen, Ad- visor: Mr. Doane, Members are: Charlie Angle, john Mattot. Robert Fravor, Ken Dunning, Ed Dc Wolf, Ed Limbo, jeff DuMont. ' . , fl A -ff' , we- I A ' e ' EXW 1 , K , iz, ' 5 iw ,, si W r - sq, M f f 3 ,fw W 1 FRONT 1-r: Virginia Stone, Zoann Allen, joe Wilson, Clayton Brewer, Linda Northrup. Teresa Hayden, BACK: Robin Deacons, Bonnie Contois, Darlene Dugar. Margaret Goldfarb, Michele LaBeef, Virginia DeStevens. Dawn Olschewske. Vernonica Dann, Garry yy Klwggqlf Visconti. Donna Boettcher, Cheryl Halstead. Sharon Harris. ABSENT: Mary Cosimano, Rorry Darby, Mary Fanning, Marc Greene, Linda Hall, David I-Ianchett, Terri Heer, Sandra Hughes. Laurie Parsons, Kevin Rookey, Cheryl Sheldon. Fred Shortsleeve, Bob Smith, joe Squiteri. Lorraine Squiteri, Jill jackson. Gladys Waloven. Marianne Younis. jean VanNostrand. ,M A. mn-11-q- ' -m.,,w.ww MW-.amnmmn-m-wwwmwn H1 e 5 i , N A M A , A Q- , A L x ,nw f . 5' ' A .,f M ' Q . 1 ff , YF' 'U E f ,nf fe.. " . V 4 f. - XL - Aff 1 -my A 9 :. H' - 2 - if ,L-4,4 A -. -A-kf'VL"5fM1 1x .Q . 3 , 1 -' . 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' Y 'w-1-: 41. ,., Wm if ' vw .rs El ev,,'.-' l Q if - ' - Qiiik' ' 1 :sl Kia' M5 gs ii , af A, 11 SOPHOMORES: Charles Angle, Susan Ballard, Donna Boettcher, Lori Bovay, Kevin Brayton, Thomas Cardinali, Desmond Collette, Lucia DaCorta, Louanne Davies, Eileen Fisher, Diane Franks, Michael Godici, Mary Goss, Karen Johnston, Leanne Joice, Paula Keding, Patrice McEwen, Robert Meyer, William Molascon, Faith Mouck, Robin Muckey, Colleen O'Brien, Lorilee Pawlewicz, Patricia Peder- son, Harry Reynolds, Douglas Shoults, Brett Tallents, David Tindall, Bradley Weaver, Ann Wise, joseph Woulfe, Cynthia Wright, Nancy Hull V JUNIORS: Tamie Allen, Howard Berry, Daniel Buchholz, james Carroll, Cornelius Christie, Susan Distin, Diane Fisher, Laura Horton, LoeAnne Ingersoll, William Johnston, Kathleen Kane, Monica Kurtz, Wanda Lanning, Concetta Melita, Colleen Muckey, Cheri Noel, Russell Owen, Linda Paiko, Cindy Palmer, Theresa Pfeifer, Christopher Richards, Jeane Richards, Ellen Swierczek, Gail Thompson, Scott Thompson, Matthew Watson, Lanette Wheeler, Terry Zahler SEN IORS: DeEtte Barnes, Kenneth Butler, Carolyn Camp, Mary Castiglia, Jennifer Colosimo, Robert Dlugozima, Mary Dyer, Diane Angle, Michele Gadziala, 'Lawrence Goldfarb, Debra Hamer, Greg Hayden, Hal Johnson, Lynne Johnson, Paula Merrifield, Kurt Messerschmidt, Charlotte Moore, Edward Patrick, Rodger Pelo, Patricia Phillips, Susan Porter, Andrew Ross, Lynn Rowlee, Candace Rurey, Stephen Thomp- son, Roberta Waelde, Shellie Wise, Barbara Wooding 9fr,',3i? fs? -. 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W ,,,, ' QF 'G -- . wmwm-W... mm E s 5 s 'awww mmm Luna ,ggi W yy, MIM A 4 3 e 5 Q W xr, lm r 5, 4, 2 5 2, QS! ff 3 ,fx -In yi? isle , . ,. ,wa -fam-3 , wg fa- flm..,a ,- ,ivwi-15: A- f -WSW wifi e- la if eevgiiil wg-izziisziisfgitigf, 4 3 y y D f ' xg l 1 ,X gi L veg , ,,.v, 5 ., .. ,, The Fultonian staff is composed of two groups, the Layout. Design and Photography staff and the Business-Advertising staff. The Layout, Design, and Photography staff are Wendy Stone, Terri Rowe, Sue Mirabito, Debbie Wallace, Leanne Joice, Dave Frawley, Mark Rimert, Harold Terranova and Kurt Messerschmidt. They are advised by Mr. Avery. The Business-Advertising staff includes Kathy Sperbeck, Mary Ann Dyer, Cindy Kerfien, Kim Bennett and Debbie Wallace, The staff's advisors are Mrs. Machan, Mrs. McKnight, and Mrs. Lennon. 0,7074 el' ai N Q Under the direction of Ms., Hanchet, the Raider Report is put out for the enjoyment of Cv.R.B. by: D. Caprin, K. Smith, R. Kio, W. LaRose, T. Terranova, P. Phillips, C. Carr. D. Chalofoux, J. Goldsworthy and T. Bevacqua y f 2 1 ,Q wk 5, -Q35 " 5 fllls 'ill' Q l 5, ,:,:.V 111 35 ' :K W My ,K ., ,S ., ., W I, 1'-I ,J,j, X' 'IE f .- " X S ' A ,, 1 A 11?f?wp,Qf?L'Lm S Zffiffislwibi, . m if. . t, . -1' iz: Miha., ' ,V ' Qffmfi "'r""+?i?3?Y?r,.g"!'l-5 gg. -fkirlf 5359 ffffik'-4f'l' if 1 1- V, 3 - 6. , ,jr ,M ,kv . 4 3121 14 tl Q "if , 1 Q, K "ig, W' r lf 'gferg ,- , -' ' 135255. , ,Qfqfrr A K ,rv 'CTA-r7?'Q,v K ,:s- F-fa Kwik . . r 'else rrlee e er lr . f: wg Jr K F W 4 Q 57 gr, ggg, X fn V'kk ewes: I V: irrfffr I ,ff l - f . rleee Q ' ' . "af 'sy - Fl'lf"' y5 an .,f' + Z' .2 37? f r? , 5 v cf ll 5 5 5 -sy y g Q -Q P . 5 Z . va- 4? 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Nancy Galletta 6 WL Y r r fr l .sjx P001 Ong There va al lsuly who ls qure ull If there? rl hustle ln your that glltteru lu gold and ghf, herlgegmw rlrln't he alarmed now huylng el wtzllrway tn heaven. annul when she gets there she krmww ll the ntnrefl are closed. wlth xl worll she can get what nhe ralrrle for - There! sl wlgn un the wall. hut whe wuntw to he wure. cause you know mrnellmcf words have two mezmlngs, In at tree hy the brook tlrerrw rr Qrmghrrrl whrl mg! mnletlmei ull ol uur thoughts .lre mlsglven There Q .r lerlrrrg l get when l lnnk to the west, and my splrlt ls r-rymg for lezwlng, ln my llrrfuglrts I lunar Qeen rlrlgs or wnmke through the trees and the vnu-ew of thoee who 'stand looklng :lnll lt's whlwperell that soon if we alll fall the tune then the plper wlll lerlrl ur rr, reason :mtl rr new rlrry wrll :lawn for those who Stzlnxl long and the lrlrem wlll evlm wrth laughter And lt makes my wonder Ir: lust ll xpnng clean for the May Queen YeS there are two paths you czm go hy hut ln the long run. Theres still ume to rhrlrrgr- me rrylrl youlre on Your hrrrrl .Q lrurrmrrng and rt want yrlrlrr me you rlrlrfr know the prpe-re rrrllrrrg yrrrr to Join mm Dear Lrrrly frm yrrtr hear the wma blow rrnrl rlrrl you know your wllrwrry lreq on the whrsperlrlg wlnrl And as we wlnrl on the road our shatiowi taller than our suul there walks a lady we all know who shlnn white light and wants to show, how everything stlll turns to gold And lf you listen very hartl the tune wlll come to you :lt lm! when all are one and one IS all to he a fork and not to roll Q ' by M 1 1 M fx' Q Lf iL5 ?2??5fwff 05' E -gi, ,,,!'h,,Q7,l, , ' i , .4 ,QMEQE V,Q:..n -1 - ffffw' R we-V Mgm , ,W -A , kg, M , EQ Z H4 Aw K , K i P A X I I A V , Q ,, .4,- 1 "4 Ry I P P Aw , ww P 55 A , PM li -' ' I gs , . 5 , .JL f ,- Q 41 1? f ,:- Wg? " -'ELI , JI 'Irs' V vg W J "'1z'.a'a:e,z4g.f'a1' U, ' 1 WMM ..,.q,g:., 1, 3' Q f' 2 X' 1: f' . Q ' wzgqmw. , H , m f-4.Wf,1, -- 1 ' 5 ' by ,. , A if ,.Lw2U9Af!', Vw,-A51 Lew: Jim' E- 'M -J .f ,Amy .zatgslfmmff mwah YL yasfufw xml, ,q.gggm,.V, X AAA This fall Varsity Cheerleaders were: 1 Sharon Okoniewski, 2 Laurie Paw- lewicz. 3 Becky Cozart 4 Barbara Wooding. Capt. 5 Tamie Dlugozi- ma 6 Mary Angeleri 7 Tracy Phie- fer 8 Sheila McNulty 9 Liz Weske 10 Lois Scerbo 11 Robin Andrews 12 Ann Chalone '---f if Weesiwzfhn, 'AWA Vusrtv Cheerleaders for the Wmter season were 1 Lms Scerbo 2 Candy Rurey 3 Mary Angnlen 4 Tracy Pf1efer 5 Tamle Dlugozima, 6. Sheila McNulty, 7. Lynne Allen, 8. Liz Weske, 9. Adele Todd, 10. Sharon Okoniewski, 11. Barbra Wooding K,,A,A . W.. .wifes-Q. ll Kqf V 4 I - l Thu -I.V. Cheerleaders are: FRONT: 1. Sue V H Pisuno, 2. Mary Lanzafame. 3. Sue Rebeor. 5351 he 4. L01-a Puwlcwicz BACK: 5. Kathy Cook. ' . 6. Tina Viscome. 7. Sixra Knight . ,- This years' freshmen cheerleaders were: 1. Mary 'I-Ioprnzmri. 2. Sue Scerbo, 3. Caroline Rebeor, 4. 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'K H' ' W M' A -- W faI fW'WIi'k"'i:"' '75 "W I SL'K'Silifmi'EQmw?sKiHi2fs7TQEiS,Wi-E'2'-his'2i5-WW JBL. !fief4Sfii3'ffQ.Fyi'fY'- Tis? 22-5iflTiff'?S215fk1Ei.inl In IgfXi?is2l'2S5i'fWMM-Qf?9:2m1G-3EI'i 5659 I .. . , .1 W ,M 1 Ya Ks S Q We Q Q 3332115 .J Fulton Fulton ' Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton UQ. if 6 Liverpool 0 Westhill 6 B'ville 38 Marcellus 42 jordan Elbridge 6 Central Square 2 2 Solvay 14 Oswego W .A , , 1. .. .. 1' . Q -. L .5 Lex, P7 ' 2 fffx.-Nl:-.6 5142. -L eg.. if. f f.-,3a .,5.r 1 .1 ' Ff .,1'CI:i.,g 'f'l...Af21fi'ew'.Le",f 6 1 " - 1 if ' " ri:-7-if'f'f Y .. 7 - . , ' - 5139, .V , ff, - 1 ..,fe L lr-L .5f.1.f..:. z 1 . fi.-f J . - , .7 L .. A ff, ., .4 1.,.g,..-ff.-. Q I, -, I 1, . ., :e rin lf?-W' ,. Qf3" f ,gg.5fflff 1 ' , , is 5 - 1 sie! 1 1. ' . 1 1 -1 ,.. f , A mea . - .f ' 'rv w V. 2 Fifwiilcz .. 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Gregg Kidd, 4. jim Thomp- son, 5. Rick Bush, 6. Chris LaFrate, 7. . Mike Terramiggi, 8. Pete Cedron, 9. Bill Taylor, 10. Jason Lake, 11. Tim Johnston, 12. Jim Holmes, 13. Steve Fiorini, 14. Dan Ingleston, 15. Steve Hatfield, 16. Chris Webster, 17. Dave Gillard, 18. Kevin Wise, 19. Gerry Place. 20. Chuck Fancett, 21. jim Neilson, 22. Steve Zink, 23. Brett Eccleston, 24. jim Utick, 25. Steve Dann, 26. Brad Broadwell, 27. jeff Frawley, 28. Coach Farfaglia, 20. Dan Abell. 30. Chris Cooley, 31. Dick LaRose, 32. Ron Cotton, 33. Mark Schremp, 34. Coach Carroll. if W, . i1Y?7 Q. gv E Tw 'Q ' X t A . In A A ,- A " A 1 A"'- H X ..1, .V - . ' . A ' A N I ' L--U w'-k k g K s LAAA ' ' ,, 'pf ,- 'A Y W A .. mg. r. 'gf f, :A p 3, V , X32 .W , A A 131 . A , -,ft wp up., www- , ,k,, 1 1,-. A A A . .. gf , , gy . -f -, A.,: 2,11-wfM,g:,AQ,vff f , ., ,A- ' ,,., gf: ' -' - . ' .. I ' Nw Lv, V 'Af' - .A T? , V fkA "L' . ' 2. A z,.N-my-' ' A A A A A L A - A olllo f . 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Alton Alton SVCJLVYLQH, COFQ5 8 Westhill Marcellus Jordan Elbridge Central Square 2 8 4 14 16 6 Solvay 8 Oswego 16 Skaneatles A45 ba 66 0 7 6 0 0 15 16 6 A Qi! disk WT' f5"""'r 1 , l l ll ll k, VW U Pl Q r- 1. Tammie Allen, 2. Coach Brown, 3. Kathy Arnold, 4. Sue Perau, 5. Gretchen Flick, 6. Mimi LaBoda, 7. Kim Smith, 8. Pat Phillips, 9. Kathy Allen, 10, Beth Allen, 11. Dugan Davies, 12. Sonia Spaulding, 13. Vicki Vescio, 14. Connie Allen. 1975-76 Girls Varsity Basketball Scores Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Solvay Westhill C. Square Oswego Skan. j.E. Marcellus Solvay Westhill C. Square Oswego Skan. j.E. Whitesboro Marcellus -1.11, ,,11nsmv,,wswQam.,.s.?2.sfvefmvm.,-muwm.Wf.,mM.m4nwlm1ms i ffl :mul W4 , M. f V G fea t-5. ' iii x fi fa ,1. rg. I -ef if ig, ,,,- 11 ,mais W ' 95139, 1 Darlene Perau, 2 Toni Froio, 3 Michelle Simpson, 4 Kelly Smith, 5 Coach Thornber, 6 Debbie Morton, 7 Eileen Fisher, 8 Karen Salisbury, 9 Kim Wallace, 10 Terry Maliszewski Fulton fJ.V.J 12 Solvay Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton 4 Westhill 22 32 20 Central Square 8 6 Oswego 7 Skaneteles 36 20 19 Jordan-Elbridge 30 19 Marcellus 21 12 Westhill 21 11 Solvay 18 23 Central Square 16 17 Oswego 38 7 Skaneteles 26 19 Jordan-Elbridge 28 18 Marcellus " :-52:55 - ,Qt 7 ,.,. A g - wy ga: M- 253' 23 ka 4 if 5 iaggprl -fa R Qs Q N Y E S up wx B -Ee 'Q 'G R 3 4 l fl f f i l 1, Kevin Niver, 2. David chalifaux, 3. Kevin qfamify gaalfeirlaff .Stored Vogt, 4. Robbie Dlugozima, 5. Mike Ambuske, Fulton 56 Baldwinvme 6. Alton Morris, 7. Scott Manitta, 8. Mike Fulton Central Square Dings, 9. Mike Beedy, 10. Danny LaClair, 11. Fulton Oswego Keith Berry, 12. Coach Misch Fulton Utica Proctor Fulton Watertown Fulton jordan Elbridge Fulton Marcellus Fulton Solvay Fulton Westhill Fulton Central Square Fulton Skaneateles Fulton jordan Elbridge Fulton Marcellus Fulton Skaneateles Fulton New Hartford Fulton Solvay Fulton Oswego Fulton Westhill Sectionals: Fulton Corcoran 5 Q Q 'IQ N Q 'O we 2 B Q -fa N R Team Members V 1. Carlton Hines, 2. jim Lalik, 3. Doug Dopp, 4. Rick johnson. 5. Ken Niccoli, 6. Art Harris, 7. Coach Leo, 8. Steve-Dings, 9. Mark Pollock, 10. Mark Schremp, 11. Mike Gorton, 12. Jody LaBlanc Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Scores B'Ville Cent. Sq. Oswego N. R. Wolcott Liverpool J-E Marcellus Solvay Westhill Cent. Sq. Shaneatles JE. Marcellus Shaneatles New Hartford Solvay Oswego Westhill Team Members - 1. Don Platt, 2. Todd Vannucci, 3. Terry McNamara, 4. Dave Cvuarrera, 5. Dave Black, 6. Dave Specer. 7. Dan Fisher. 8. Eric Todd, 9. Rob Stuber, 10. jim Neilson, 11. Dan Hudson. 12. Coach Callahan Scores Fulton Central Square Fulton Oswego Fulton Skaneateles Fulton jordan-Elbridge Fulton Marcellus Fulton Solvay Fulton Westhill Fulton Central Square Fulton Skaneateles Fulton Jordan-Elbridge Fulton Marcellus Fulton Solvay Fulton Westhill Fulton Oswego 423 Sl if an W' N ' R v 1 I Bb 2 'Q 'UQ 'G em E I i I . . . I 1 1 l l + 1 . ,vw swim ' V -I Scores , , , Th 1 V' rsity Wrestling Team Was undefeated K7-OJ! Varsity Team Members - .1. Dan Phillips, 2. L dldeague Champions , OHSL Centfal Rusty Borden. 3. Bob McCarthy, 4. Matt l Smith. 5. Monroe Osborne, 6. Bill Clark, 7. gill?" Srvijvftggligrd . . . . l O11 BJ. Mcxmgm, 8. steve Dxstm, 9. Dlck Ab- Fljmm Ba,dWinsVi,,e , bott, 10. Marty Bateman, 11. Bill Molascon, Fung.. west Genesee Q 12. Coach Wayne Bleau, 13. Tom Johnston, Fulton Jamesville-Dewitt I 14. Brad Stevens, 15. Henry Bomgren fggaljflbndge Fulton 'Marcellus l Fulton Cicero i Fulton Liverpool l Fulton aWesthill l Fulton lSolvay l Fulton 1' Central Square l Fulton f'Oswego l Fulton 'Skaneateles l " Denote League M atches i 1 P 1 ski fi ai mu uk QQ -ml. A Q Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton J V Scores New Hartford Whiteboro Baldwinsville West Genesee ,I.D. j.E. e.5.l"l'l. Marcellus Cicero Liverpool Westhill Solvay Central Square Oswego Skaneatales if 'O .Lb Q 'le 'O l l l 2 J 1 X BB 31 5 3 " ' ' V 1. Lucia DaCorta, 2. Shelley Rimert, 3. Diane Franks, 4. Beth Candee, 5 Kathy Wahl, 6. Terri Kasperek, 7 Nancy Swick, 8. Barbara Ross, 9. Becky Cozart, 10. Lise Reich. 11 Dawn Bellinger, 12. Lori Carter. 13 Ann Chalone. 14. Coach Parker, 15 Karen Kemmis. 16. Michelejon- ientz. 17. Vicky Stuber, 18. Kim Sie bers Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton F ultun Fulton Fulton 54.55 59.77 62.4 64.7 63.8 62.10 66.24 68.34 64.53 68.15 72.61 68.37 League 7-1 Second Place Nonvlcague 2-2 Total record 9-3 W.G. Cicero Marcellus ESM Skaneateles Oswego Cato Westhill B'vi11e FM Cent. Sq. Auburn 77.00 42.82 67.95 58.63 57.77 53.3 53.17 42.69 57.65 84.41 68.16 54.11 1 fl .ss L31 l l l l sl v l l KNLJ 3 lNLJ 1 1 l l KNLD 1 QNI-1 3 'A School Record KNLJ 4 1 l l l ai .it il .1 l fl 1 l l .l. l 'l it . -ww A 45 , ' 1 1 ' M15 Q FE W .J gf ..w A s if fi X X tj iw' -fi 1 l, P h , ' k N I -.gf,lQg55f9-:ff ' ' 2 -sfvf"f1f , ., ,LS 21 Y x s M ,,.. 5 'aria K Q wx I.- mf ,We W ,K W M-I 1 + fm A wwf in ,AM fu E' vsiif N 55:21:32 V' K' - M, gf.,-,zqqfg-gg 31 Lf. ,. Wei, fSi7i1f5k'1'f'YXC famjf. fy, . 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Syracuse 60.29 Baldwinsville 55.03 Cicero 60.45 Fayetteville- 59.86 Manlius Rome1N.L.J 70.24 WatertownCN.L.J 59.96 E.Syra.-Minoa 59.86 jamesville-Dewitt 59.50 CarthageCN.L.l 66.35 61.40 57.14 107.72 69.51 75.21 75.26 82.65 89.06 102.00 63.26 91.17 88.25 69.50 wig! 4.22 EQUIP 's-. E E ff La Offey BS e am if Varsity Volleyball Members - 1. Coach Mary Robinson, 2. Debbie Hamer, 3. Lin- da Paiko, 4. Kathy Arnold, 5. Ellen Swier- czek, 6. Shellie Wise, 7. Sonia Spaulding, Geneen Halstead, 9. Dugan Davies, 10. Pat Phillips, Co-Capt. 11. Liz Liberti, Co-Capt. 12. Val Downs Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Oswego B'ville CNLJ Marcellus Solvay Skaneateles Central Square Jordan Elbridge Oswego Marcellus Solvay Skaneateles Central Square J ordan Elbridge F F F F F C.Sq F Os. F F F F F 2 5.4. xi 1' M mm' 35'as'2f'Nh25eI6LgfS,.3S: .::'7:i ': " 9553? es . :E 'XESX1' sxikfsagsrfihrkvrf-nfw,-A7 vw LQEQAQP ,A Q: QM gil . 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Doug Reilly. 7 Q1 -fa R N 4 N Q 3 EE o gg R 'Q llllwl a 1-Ginger Palmer, 2-Yvette Robbins, 3-Dugan Davies, 4-Sue Perau, 5-Penny Palmer, 6-Liz Liberti, 7-Maurine Caprin, 8-Kandee Palmer, 9-Coach Fran Naioti, 10-Punkin Pollard, 11-Kathy Arnold, 12- Connie Allen, 13-Mimi LaBoda, 14-Tamie Allen, 15- Kathy Allen, 16-Tracy Pfeifer. Absent: Terry Allen, Diane Snow, Sue Turner. ZIR Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton NL NL CNL NL Westhill West Genesee Solvay Fay-Manlius N. Syracuse Liverpool Solvay E.S .M. Cicero Skaneateles C J 21 0 C l 11 2 JD Fulton 18 Baldwinsville 16 9 11 J 12 8 12 C J 20 3 I Q 3 Q xi is gi ii E S i Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton BOW Fulton lFulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton go y5 Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton gow Uaraify gaaeguff .Storm 2 B'ville 1 J.D. 2 Oswego 2 Solvay CNLJ 9 C. Square 2 E.S.M. 3 F.M. 4 W. Genesee 5 Cicero 1 L'pool 3 N. Syracuse 4 B'ville 4 Solvay GNLJ 6 Oswego 8 C. Square 0 N. Syracuse 0 F.M. 2 Cicero 7 W. Genesee 2 L'pool 9. U BCMQLCJK .STIOPOJ 1 B'ville 8 J.D. 4 Oswego 1 C. Square 1 E.S.M. 9 F.M. 1 Cicero 1 W. Genesee 10 L'pool 3 N. Syracuse 2 B'ville 3 j.D. 4 Solvay KNLQ 4 Oswego 7 C. Square 2 N. Syracuse 6 F.M. 0 Cicero 1 W. Genesee 3 L'pool jfedlllnen Badegaff Scored 0 ESM 6 Oswego 6 Oswego 0 ESM 7 Central Square 1 j.D. 2 J.D. 1 W. Genesee 4 Camillus 8 N. Syracuse 8 Auburn 5 Cicero 1 F.M. lijamify gaaegaff memLer5 1-Robert Dlugozima, 2-B. J. McKnight, 3-Randy Manitta, Capt., 4-Sam Firenze, 5-Don Smith, 6-Gary Rodgers, 7-Tom Mc- Namara. 8-Coach Dale Tombs, 9-Jim Bush, 10-Roger Barber, 11- Bruce Frawley, Capt., 12-Ron Bullard, Capt., 13-Dave Stuber, 14-Kirk Baron. Absent: Gary Gates. r. fuamify gasegaff Wemgera 1-Rob Williams, 2-Don Kidd, 3-Steve Krom, 4-Matt Smith, 5- Derrick MacDonald, 6-Mike Hatfield, 7-Tony Marino, 8-Coach Bill Fisher, 9'Bill Kemp, 10-Jim Shinnick, 11-Dan Shue, 12-jerry MacDonald, 13-Mike Dings, 14-Leon Tragessar, 15-Rick Cobb, 16-Dave Frawley. .grealzmen Wgaaeoaff mem Lew 1-Tim Tragesser, 2-Zane Allen, 3-Don Stoutenger, 4-Ken Niccoli, 5-Jim Lalik, 6-Dave Holden, 7-Todd Vanucci, 8-Ted Williams, 9-Doug Dopp, 10- Brian Spaulding, 11-Coach Joe Leo, 12-Mike Gorton, 13-Randy Schruell, 14- Rick Luciano, 15-Fred Cantey, 16-Carlton Hines, 17-Rick Johnson, 18-Dave Chalifoux, 19-Doug Kinney, 20-Mike Shinnick, 21-Jody LeBlanc. Q R N '45 N as -+5 OMWZ P055 ziala, 4. Ed Thompson, 5. Bob Gadek, 6. Mark Mc- Cann, 7. Paul Stevens, 8. Brian Hyde, 9. Mike Parish, 10. joe Menard, 11. Ron Gadziala, 12. Charlie Angle. 13. Andy Ross, 14. Tim Coyne, 15. Coach Bleau. . 1. Larry Lutes, 2. Diane Holmes, 3. 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Genesee 65 F- 50 F.M. 85 F- 56 Oswego 79 F- 74 E.S.M. 61 224 GIRLS TRACK 4 l r ' V E l l l E l E l F V I Q l - S Q X Ek Q l W Fulton 79 N. Rose Wolcott 62 Fulton 59 West Genesee 82 Fulton 62 Cicero 79 Fulton 49 J -D 92 Fulton 60 N. Syracuse 81 Fulton 66 E.S.M. 75 Fulton 46 Oswego 95 Fulton 13 Liverpool 128 Fulton 59 Central Square 82 Fulton 31 F -M 1 10 Fulton 23 B'ville 118 2 26 1-Kevin Stevens 2-Mike Godici 3-Mike Tallents 4-Lorenza Phillips 5-Eddie Thompson 6- Mark Tryniski 7-Tim Coyne 8-Mike Parrish 9-Rusty Carr 10-jim Kane 11-joe Woulfe 12- Brian Hyde 13-Bob Gadek 14-Joe Mennard 15-Larry Lutes 16-Bob Jones. 17-Noel Kurtz 18- Capt. Mark Cantey 24-Andy Ross 25-Charles Angle 26-Coach Wayne Bleau 27-Gary Todd 28-Ron Street 29-Brett Tallents 30-Brad Stevens 31-Rick Stratton 32-Tony LiVoti 33-Steve Thompson 34-Jim Carroll 35-Coach Carroll 36-Bill Molascon. Capt., Van Watkins, 19-Peter Hoffman, 20-Dave Sheldon, 21-Larry Phillips, 22-Jim Falanga, 23- Q., uw 51 K it E fs 3 ,, 1 , K .,,:A , ,. ,. ,A gig 0 x i ,lx i f-f r my - xfgigaw 35552-3,144 V g,i,.,g,,i A 1 , ,f T' 7 71 i K .MIK iff ZX . Y , QQ. ww fsfm,,f:q,,Sf,. N333-K ' K, f ff, wr Q1 :Tiff",' 4.1irV"'ffw-if' ' ffm-- Fi mi if we ' iff ,gal H5 . + I X In W ' a ,V ,A V H W , W. :J ' Q V .. ,, x V 5:2 ' 5' " ' : Q Jfsfs:-w ff: Sigf f1?w.fL511.,,, A ff, V . K5f3l'5a5vSi?gaii ' K Yi-fi? f:.'5'i:f"f93?Z I':,, ?ff2Wfg11w1igi9:. VW 5 A A ,7 CHP' OC 9 If BB Q l l 9 230 Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Y! .Slam Fabius Cicero Skaneatles W. Genesee E.S.M. J.D. N. Syracuse S. Jefferson B'ville F.M. Oswego Liverpool l to r - Todd Datz, Dave Guarrera, Curt Johnson, Rob l Carty, Todd Vannucci, Scott Eggelton, jim Lalik, D Spencer, john Marino, Dave Black, Spencer Ludingl Bob Bevacqua, Don Vescio, Ted VanBuren, M Toscano, Fred Wilbur, Joe Woulfe, Mike Haas, Mark quin, Dave Chalifoux, Steve Dings, Russell Greene, M Gorton, Andy Hogan, Coach Larry Calahan. araify jam. m0mL1'r5 , Derek MacDonald. 2. Mike Ambuske, 3. Jerry IacDonald, 4. Ed Patrick, 5. Steve Krom, 6. Pete lynch, 7. Sam Vescio, 8. Dave Allen, 9. jim Savas. O. Don Kidd, 11. john Merkley, 12. Mike Hoyt, 13. arry Ostness, 14. Dave Webb, 15. Brian Conn, 16. lagne Steen, 17. Wells Christie, 18. Ron Allen, 19. 'like Dings. 20. Scott Manitta, 21. Coby O'Brien, 2. Leon Trageser, 23. Tony Marino, 24. Mark Vebb, 25. Mike Jaquin, 26. jim Bush, 27. Doug 'isher, 28. Tom Eggelston UV. f0 V05 Tabius-Pompey 5 Fulton 0 Zicero 1 Fulton 0 1 Fulton 2 Skaneateles ?owler QNLJ 1 Fulton 4 N . Genesee 1 Fulton 2 E. 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WWW Shxgemx Llcourt Mary Beth Holland Jean VanNostrand Valerxe Downs Karen Johnston Lon Phxlhps Lrz Lxbertx Wxlla Downs Judy Tracy JoAnne Chlrello Carol VanNostrand Wendy LaRose Mary Fhck Carolyn Camp Gall Tracy Coach Robmson Crystal DeBalso Vxckx Stuber Kxm Sxebers Ruth Bond Soma Spauldmg Llsa Tondeur Jaclue Halloway Pam Kesterke 1. . V. . 2. 3. 4. . 16 3 6. . .. 5 I N . u . 8' . 9. l 10. ' ' 11. Sheryl Messerschmidt A 12. 13. 14. ' 15. 16. ' 17. ' 18. 19. " 20. ' ' 21. 22. ' ' 23. ' 24. ' West Genesee Central Square Skaneateles Oswego Liverpool Central Square Westhill Marcellus Skaneateles Baldwinsville E.S.M. Oswego -M Westhill F M ililirimii E john Grassi David Tindall Derek Mainstone Dennis Eggelton Co-C Luis Azcue Seth Datz Wells Christie Bill Spiegel Dennis DeBalso Coach jim Burdekin Bill Goss Scott Stevens Mike Tassell Co-Cap. Kurt Messerschmidt Jim Savas Marty Sliva Coby O Brien Steve Wallenfels Westhill Phoenix N. Syracuse E.S.M, Watertown M Clcero Central Square Liverpool Oswego High W Genesee Auburn Skaneatles Steve Wallenfels OCHSL Champion lst singles 2nd in Section III Luis Azcue OCHSL Champion 3rd Singles 2 4 . I 3 5 6 F- 7 . 8 9 . 10 ' 11 . 12 13 . J-D 14 'egg 2 S ::.f X Bvville xt' 16 17 ' E li 18 . . I if . . 152 E .ir is ie s X-. fx Q W. W- 1 'Nm NM., 3 X ffiTNi'11f 1- 1 fA xg. fi? gf .nf Q 4 -0 Q is P056 Cl Oyri MW RAW M Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton LaFayette Baldwinsville N Syracuse Liverpool M Cicero LaFayette E S M B Ville Liverpool Whitesboro E S M 3 10 9 ' ' 2 6 . 8 4 ' 9 1 J-D 5 2 F- 11 6 ' 2 Fulton 3 W. Genesee 9 3 J-D 6 2 7 3 . . . 11 9 ' ' 2 7 ' 6 11 ' 0 . . . 10 1-Jerry Cormier 2-john Abbott 3- Mike Jaquin 4-Tom Pierce 5-Mark Mirabito, 6-Bob Johnson 7-Martin Bateman. 8-Ed Patrick 9-Mike 11-Rod Best 12-Magne Steen 13- Paul jonientz l44Mark Webb 15- Peter Houle 16-Doug Fisher 17-Jim Goldsworthy. DeMore. 10-Coach Tom Eggleston, 9 wh W 4 , v if was 5 'K yr If 4 N 3 ,J f ,ne My ,ff', fiffib "'f 2' ,ff fy 5 QA: sw ff Xu, A -, x ,Q 3 'sf 1 S A ' N 3 x .xr X VS U QPU: 1 L, kg, vim, x 3 ig if S ff Q ' 1 1 G Q wg 'r ,W -4, M Q, 'L' Q sz! Sv MN Q xr? G! N x Q1 S R l llolwil llllll Fulton 2564 Port Byron 2894 Fulton 2725 Cato-Meridan 3738 Fulton 2915 B'Ville 2135 Fulton 3052 F-M 2854 Fulton 2946 N. Syracuse 3234 Fulton 3221 L'Pool 1519 Fulton 3249 E.S.M. 2972 Fulton 3336 Cicero 2189 Fulton 3265 County Meet f2nd placej 240 1-Rhoda Kio 2-Darlene Savage 3-Sherri Norton 4-Debbie Fowler 5-Donna Tretsch 6-Kim Smith 7-Joanne Chirello 8-Capt. Anne Chalone 9-Karen LeBlanc 10-Sue Foley 11-Nancy Galletta 12-Pat Pittsley 13-Chris Davidson 14-Jeri Nichols 15-Capt. Tami Crispell 16-Terry Zahler 17-Sue Distin 18- Gretchen Flick 19-Amand Wallace 20-Vicki Vescio 21-Denise DeNard 22- Shelley Mainstone 23-Sue Ballard 24-Roberta Waelde 25-Lynn Allen 26-Coach Debbie Parker. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X 3 ,ny X-ff X ffgligi -W Y' ff?-16531, .ing W 'g U, V' f' w 35 my a H 4 ff I , K1'W'?37iw I , W. 9 W 4 X M ,,,, t ,A M 4 Bs as Q u ' Q Yi -2 6 Scores Team Members , 1. Colleen Coyne, 2. Kim Smith, 1 ' 3. Gretchen Flick, 4. Terri Maliszewski, ' 5. Beth Candee, 6. T. Froio, 7. Nancy - Galletta, 8. Pat Phillips, 9. Vicki Vescio, ,, 10. Dugan Davies, 11. Connie Allen, i 12. Brenda Allen, 13. Billie Ann Natoli, 1 14. Ann Pontant, 15. Kathy Allen, 16. Kathy Arnold, 17. Tammy Allen, 18. Coach Thornber, 19. Mary Arcadi Auburn F-M E.S.M. Auburn C-M Cicero B'ville Weedsport L'pool Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton lm V? 5 , 3 'in' ' ,-I UVM , ,V , VM ?+ , 4 , ff w-.wrwf : X' , an -pen 5 . 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Fred Richard, 10. jeanne'Richards, 11. Coach Carroll, 12. Charles Angle, 13. Bob Jones, 14. joe Menard, 15, Ron Gadziala, 16. Andy Ross, Capt. 17. Richard Whelsky, 18. Chris Darby - 1- The indoor track team competes against .other schools for the sheer joy of athletic competition. Indoor track is gaining and growing in popularity, and will soon be as acclaimed as football and other high-school sports. W W1Rl1i?fzZ iR+i'Yi7iQii3i1S2'5l RQESZZEHS' G12 l,i51izgKf,?fai,m:sf'4:2S'AM i,Q.fs.as. aww A '-gm-eyysrfwzfwffe w x 2, ff L W 'W 59 sf 2355 Q ,yn .GM as . 2 W .. . , . ' N. QW ag 53:33, 'gn ,S A wwe, amy, QMWQEF gg, 91 ,gs X My w .ff 5 1 A 1 MV 9 Q MM H, iff Mmm " 'X ,Q , . Kg in ,Q I N af. f A s K 3 Q Q mf zfMasU11w552ff2?Qj2w, Qfmp ? 2 -- H 55125 KN' HM r '25-.Bill 3556? :S A rx 52 55--Q w :Agni 21 W we , 4 'fs Q +4 E Q R25 7311 'lb ' 4 G . , M N., K , 'QQEKW' W H H JA gf as: Ea-',a-fw iz wa -z ME ,,:::-fsagigh G 11 13 jg H ' A' M Q . ..,. ai . 2 4 as rmxf rw 'F f ,gm Q, ij " 36' . -P Q 5' X wx fffgg-fmwimf 'L' I 3 r I N . V . 0 w f, T , V -fig, -52 Something For Everybody Everybody's Bank MARINE MIDLAND BANK - CENTRAL CQ Member FDIC Best Wishes to the Class of 1976 from the employees of To the Class of 1976 Best Wishes For Success in Whatever You May Endeavor LITWAK 8 BAKER 206 West Broadway Fulton, New York ' Phone 593-2115 FAMOUS CARPETS BY LEE'S, BIGELOW AND MOHAWK Ceramic Wall Tiles Ceramic Floor Tiles ARMSTRONG FLOOR COVERING AND FORMICA "Yours for service integrity value" Best Wishes BURTON af, LooM1s INC. From The Route 57 south at Route 481 1976 Pontiac American Motors GMC Trucks Serving the Community for 36 years HARRIS STORES Pontiac Astre 2-door Hatchback Coupe BLACK CLAWSON Congratulations Class Of 1976 From Mr. Mikes MR. MIKES CLASS OF 1976 AWSON CL BLACK O E Dry 9 Ewa Sp dSrs Congratulation Class of 76 mmm The Fashion Leader for Young Men and Women 101 Cayuga Street Bring in yearbook for 1OfVo discount LUMBER-BUILDERS SUPPLIES 65 N. Second St. Fulton. New York 13069 MORIN BROS. Q ,W ,,,, MMC' I ' 55, .,,, ,, A 1 M' W ,,,,, Y , ,.-qv' -,.-,,,......,-1-1 H ,,,,.,,,. N ,-,, NYC - M ,,.,..g, ""ZJiQi,,,,M,,.,,.,,-fiyfyfp ,,,.....- MMU, ,,,,. .- ,M W,,,e,,,.w mm ,, "i::11iii5 ., M"jMj,jf'4 ..,.W-M-H--W-"WW" ,,",,,J:.. fffW'?i", ""4'M , , " 'C M '. ' 1 2 Q iw 4' jawn? .1 I ,,,, M f ' ' The 350 Employees f th Arm t g Cork Wish you Th Cl f 1976 H A P P I N E S S kC CI' C fl I'O Arm G D IIBGICI' VanSanf0rd I N S LJ FAN CJ E 60 S FIRST STREET 592 4278 FULTON N Y C pl t f MIDST ATE TELEPHONE CO INC Cgt1t'o ds! F Sh 8nV h 'C O gC tyLgt ' a g y bx S CI CES E4 O DD 4-9 w . ealright Packaging Subsidiary Of Phillips Petroleum Company Congratulauons to the Senior Class SOMERLAWN SALES INC Mobile Homes Rt 48 2 miles north of Fulton NY ,N is 122 Cayuga Street 9-4 3' Fulton New York H. fmuf ---... nl . . Y ,1 'L ,,.l'. , , . .4 . Gun - 3 xi . ' '.?M,5'3lf1."- M I ,T hal kgyltlz. 5 ' X lx -2 :.-' I' . . J. .X . UIQ: V , Y . 2 V A ,Z--, :N ' JT' at , 4 A p 4 , ,. . f 'X A it H 'f 251 ,Q-. . F . Q 'N 7 "sc U .c,, A fi-' fx '-'sfr'f. s'-, . -, - T -"' -Qi - gl '- ' 6T:Yxx5S:.,, if Congratulations to the class of 1976 HERRON'S FABRIC CENTER 20-22 South First St. Fulton, New York Insure M IVII VCI klli' To Be Sure KOSKI AGENCY INC. All Forms Of Insurance Michael E. Bodwitch 26 South 1st St. Insurance Broker Fulton, N.Y. Home: 592-4800 Office: 592-6171 11 H 0 M E S FOP MODERN LIWNG PATRICK 54401. OFFICE 593-H22 592.7555 343.4455 Compliments of ARROWHEAD TOOL BUILDERS, INC. 428 Chestnut Street Phoenix, New York 13135 Congrats, Grads' l Rememben If you X can handle the qw gy M? N X college,we can f Q J X x handle the cash 9 X X X Come In and ask about a N YH E A C student loan I I I I Satgwlggs I fi f WW hw . AkELU w 'Ali1mU V ll V. SLIM ' Xi' cr ,bi ,ifw Q.. i E, TQ, ' sf X 'w WX X l yt J . ..... . Q'f,'mIil: Y Q, "'2'.u-H "w X ' ....,,.--, .-11.-.H .. . . THE FINEST IN Compliments of PORTRAITURE TUXEDO RENTALS Top Quahty Bottom PTICCS E 55 Photo HIGH QUALITY LOW PRICES PORTFIAITS CHILDREN WEDDINGS SENIOFIS ALL OCCASIONS Q AS seen rnnoucn me mvs U Maw zmum-QUASSEN MIC, S 1 9 CALL 593 8961 So nm' WAYNE PHARMACY WATCH REF' R NG DI NDS - VVATCHES ON PREMISE SILVER o4zcacfi'1 gswsfsu 5 Qiftwaza UNIQUE GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS ELRY DEPT.-VICTOR GIFI' DEPT.-MARY 306 O E 461 Success to the Class of 1976 MERT 85 MARY HOLLAND CANAL IEW GIFTS 49 South Flrst Street Fulton, New York 13069 Phone C3155 592 2315 ' 1, WEST B wAY T , . . 2- I Of: 1 0 I JV A I -N 0 S' :1iT-,., 2 2 vwbgf 2 P' ' . E' . 1 " X tl -5 ,J I . CE! best wishes Fulton Gfflce f Py d M W QPQBTY from l.l'se W opposl e rami all mldllswe n ' in f FEHIL7, FOOD STORES YOUR NO I SHOPPING STOP ' 4 4 llmerlean if ' +1 C3153 593-8154 WALT'S TOWING SERVICE Auto Air Condition 86 Glass Walter Boettcher Rd 233-Co. Rt. 14 Owner Fulton, N.Y. 13069 'Q fp 79 Phone 593-8832 X 9:3-iff: ' N AQDEL N- A 4 LOUIS FABRIZIO CAKE SHOPPE K' Cakes 85 Cookies For All Occasions X .... Wedding Cakes A Specialty 61 West Fifth Street Hours: 9 a.m.-6p.m. Fulton, N.Y. 13069 Evenings By Appointment CINCOTTA'S JEWELERS Congratulations Class of 75 28 S. lst Street Fulton, New York Goldberg's Furniture 63 S. First St. Fulton, New York Furniture Appliances Floor Covering BELLINGER'S AUTO SERVICE Congratulations to the Class of 1975 from Ed Sr. and Jr. MANITTA BROS. Quality Foods 166 West 1st Street 592-6298 The Future is Real Exciting You Lucky Kids! PROWDA'S Fulton, New York Congratulations to America's Bicentennial Class ' 315 f'Your Cllome-townCFood Centers 524 Cayuga St. 201 W. Broadway Fulton murphy s Since 1905 With the Best Wishes of Murphy's Fulton's Oldest Established Gift Shop . . With The Newest Gift Ideas In Town . . at 109 East Broadway J J John's Shopping Center Mobil Homes and Service Route 3 Fulton, New York 592-275 7 Compliments of GENTILE,S CAMERA AND RECORD SHOP 58 West Bridge Street Oswego, New York 1-343-1730 Dowds House of Flowers 214 W. First Street. N.Y. Phone C3151 593-2471 Success to the Class of 76 CARVEL ICE CREAM 505 South 2nd Street Fulton, New York Best Wishes to the Class of 1976 PARKAY MOTORS INC. Chrysler Plymouth Imperial jeep! So. lst St. at S. 4th on Rt.57 Fulton, N.Y. Fulton Phone 592-6118 Syr. Direct line 695-4231 Car Service is our Specialty Service Collision Skis ' Skates Authorized 'Jeep' Sales 85 Service Hockey ' Uniforms 159 So. 2nd Street Fulton, N.Y. SAEEHH 1 S 1 F A JI 1 Congratulations l from U he th bet U-Do-IT LAUNDROMAT Zzdsmnks I an CAR WASH y ' 28 West First Street xx I I Al Fulton, N.Y 1111934915 lliultnn, New Earl: MARK FRUCE 702 West First Street Fulton, NY Phone 592-7797 Insulation, Roofing, Siding GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 76 Best Wishes to the Class of 1976 LAKEVIEW LANES "Where the action is" Iroquois Village Restaurant Located in the City LONGLEY BROS. INC East River Rd. So. Fulton, New York 13069 Phone 593-2135 Sales-Earl Longley Service-Harold Longley Congratulations to the Class of 1976 RIVERSIDE DAIRY FULTON AGWAY Much Success to the Class of 1976 512 W. Broadway Fulton, New York Feed, Seed, Fertilizer 115 W- Bf02C1WaY Farm Supplies Fulton, New York ............. .... P hone Hardware Building Materials 86 593-8355 Hot Point Appliances Phone 592-4261 Congratulations Best Wishes to the Class of 76, Class of 1976 GOLDEN SUN BUS SERVICE DUTY Granby Center Road O ' ' OSWEGO NEW YORK 13126 Fulton Compliments of Carmen Vescio, Inc. General Contractor Dump 85 Rack Trucking - Light Excavating 85 Grading - Rigging Telephone 592-7537 Fulton, New York 13069 572 West First Street OSWEGO COUNTY AMUSEMENTS CO. 397 West First Street Fulton, New York 13069 592-2743 MIKE'S TAPE CENTER, LTD. 397 West First Street Fulton, New York 13069 592-5305 C.B. HEADQUARTERS 262 Compliments of D-K MANUFACTURING CORP 551 West Third Street Fulton, New York 13069 EDDIE ANDERSON USED CARS INC. W. 1st 85 Broadway Fulton, NY Phone 592-5368 We specialize in Late Model Used Cars 85 Trucks A nice selection always on hand Best Wishes to the Class of 76 Best wishes to Class of '76 CROWNING GLORY 209 Oneida Street Fulton, New York Phone 593-8344 In Appreciation of the Class of 1976 HUDSON'S DAIRY Harris Hill Rd. Fulton, New York CAMPBELLS BIKE SHOP Ross Bikes U.S. State Made Repairs to all makes West Third and West Broadway Fulton, New York Phone 592-4145 Congratulations to Class of '76 MENTER AMBULANCE SERVICE 760 South First Street Fulton, New York Phone 592-4145 GOSPEL BOOK CENTER 1024 Fay Street Fulton, New York 13069 Phone 592-4372 For Appointment Phone 592-2317 ROSS'S BARBER AND STYLE SHOP 152 So. Second St. .. .... Rosario A. Guarrera Fulton, New York .... ..... P roprietor Converse Sneaks Danskin 85 Selva Danceware Chippewa Boots Bostonion Shoes Athletic Footwear CORTINFS SHOES 218 Oneida Street 593-8914 We Repair - Shoes - Zippers - Canvas Compliments of WEST SIDE HARDWARE "'Good Luck' Compliments Of KENNETH SHELDON Specialized Vegetable Equipment ANTIN CONSTRUCTION CO. Mr. Leo Andrews Mr. David Tindall Good luck to the Class of 76 ROGER'S HARDWARE, INC. Bowens Corners Rd. RD 1? 3 Phone 593-3757 General Hardware Gould Pumps Compliments Of FULTON AUTO DEALERS Best Wishes Compliments from Of KOVAL'S GROCERY ERNIE KRING Nestle Makes the Very Best Best Wishes From SEIBEL'S SHOES 592-5588 104 Cayuga Street - Fulton, New York Good Luck to the Whole Class of 76 from PAT 85 GEORGE ENGLE P 85 G SALES Granby Center Compliments Of VINCENT ALFANO Sr, SON dealer in scrap metals RD if 7 Box 134 Fulton, New York 593-3443 Best Wishes from HILCO CERAMICS 3478 Warner - Amboy RD. Camillus, New York 13031 616 Oneida Street "For paint or lumber, 592-2257 , -, X Call our mberf' E f' 'X fffhxfa XX X ,ff - , N , X ff- X' i Qxx J I' 3- X l k 6 TT? ""T"'Q ' , X l ' N . X yd X " A , W X A 'X xl X . XXX: ff .--ef B 4-Q36 5: . : :V NS - . ..-I .1-: 1-.1-4-.---1: f -. ---Q :X -.fif.bcr:a..7.T?1sL Q -t'f 'J - --N-- - 'O Ing, ia-r-17:-L,...-J.L.L,.L,'n ' T , fc 2 Y X L - 72 Y r'-",., . Y V ' 3 X .J- X 4 .. +i ' Y- .,. Fulton Builders Supply Best Of Luck Congratulations T0 to the Class of 1976 Our Graduating GEORGE TALLENTS Athletes FULTON BOOSTER CLUB phone 592-2181 266 STANLEY CANDY Sr, TOBACCO 170 West First St. Fulton CROSBY SUPER DUPER S. Second St. F lt TELEVISION SERVICE FULTON T-V George C. Abraham 411 Hannibal St. Fulton, N.Y. Ph 592 7723 GRECO S 120CygSt 17WtF t 593 7147 343 9221 9 1 es irs F lt N Y k .......... Oswego, New York Container Corporation Of America sE n es pro o Yo Eye d 81 Ope ted bv Mo s Dew tr Compliments of FICHERA REAL ESTATE Your Family Optical Center 48 Hour Service on most prescriptions SUNWEARX' EYEWEAR FUNWEAR"' CONTACT- LENSES 53 South First St. Fulton, New York CPark Shop Parking Lotl 592 9192 Serving Central New York For 25 Years Congratulations Class of 76 OSWEGO ARCTIC EQUIPMENT Arctic Cat Snowmobiles 3788 Kingdom Rd Oswego New York 343 3679 Year f 'U + ' Eve xami ed vi Pr cri i ns Filled Kn w ur Care Man Owne ra rri i 7 INSURANCE ofrmliqsof A,j?f2 - the ski Q if p Remington-Royal-SCM-Underwood Portable-Office Electric FULTON TYPEWRITER STORE 210 Oneida Street Fulton. N. Y. PH: 592-4604 yu-,H-,E+ f -, Q 1 ' Bw LJ' G. lv I 1,1 4,1 X is I 1 - nkinnrrnr.gr'5nf:' ' arf' L,'.' Q-H-1-' 7- U fvvvvrv if-y-wr . 61...-.--' X . Typewriter Headquarters Typewriters Rented-Sold-Serviced All Makes-All Models Easy Terms Trade-Ins Compliments BABCOCK OIL COMPANY East River Road, North Fulton. New York ............ Phone: 592-4345 593-7325 593-1161 TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATES Bookkeeping 8b Small Business Service 27 South Second St .............. Roger C. Long Fulton. New York 13069 ORTHE Plants Main Office Fulton 593-2141 R.D. 736. Silk Rd Oswego 343-1475 Fulton, N.Y. Three Rivers 695-2055 Congratulations Class of 76 C. 5:5 CORNER Oswego, New York 343-2292 Congratulations Class of 76 GOODFELLOW'S LUMBER Route 3 Fulton. New York Qlh . Alun Best Wishes From 4 5 HARGRAVE'S PHARMACY The Nyal Store S. J. Lanzafame, Ph. G., B. S. 113 W. Broadway Al 0560133 Fulton, New York MRD CONTRACT ORS, INC. MICHAEL D. REUTER Vice President C3153 592-9003 RD No 2 Lot 10 Road Donald E Reuter Central Square, N.Y. 13036 Pregldent Compliments of MOHAWK VALLEY GROCERIES Camden Congratulations Class of 76 IVES FARM MARKET Whitaker Road Fulton, New York 13069 Compliments of NUCIFORA FLORISTS 602 Waldrat Street Fulton, New York 13069 J.C. PIERCE INC. 900 South First Street Fulton THE RED BARO.N'S PIZZA SHOP 110 Rochester St, 592-9122 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanson Owners and Operators GOSCH is LD A ON cD 5 5 Q' :EU :QP S Q M U 3 Fl 5. 5 70 rm Z 'U 94 - Z. UI l-4 U2 U2 "2 all beef patties special sauce Lettuce cheese pickles on a sesame seed bun" Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 76 S. Fourth and Burt St. Fulton, New York Phone 592-9879 152 S. 2nd Street Fulton, New York 13069 Goscr-1 SUPPLY 593,114 All your electrical needs phone 592-4592 Hair Stylist: Karen Barton a E is 5 Dick's Atlantic Inc. Fulton, N.Y. -est. 1949-592-2981 U-Haul Trucks and Trailers Rent LAUREN P. STANARD Compliments of The Family Insurance Man R D 6 C b Hill ros y . Fulton NY. 13069 Insurance Companies S TATE m fg Home Offices: Bloomington Illinois 1 ' - ' GPI' 'gale 801 SU. FOURTH ST Call Me About The No Yo State Farm Car Finance Plan Before You Buy U BECAUSE COLUMBIA CARES 0 0 Ill: SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION L! H533 . If lllmlj My my Yygvygffnl - ,.. .l,. mr-f rfr JMLiW!tlET3gDm..5EE it Q ' aff, L About Your Future See us for student Loans Congratulations Class of 76 Dxst Co I Compliments Of Distributers of: LINCOLN PRINTING CO Potato Chxps Cheese Twxsts Corn Chlps and other snacks PUNUU CHHE 670 State F a1r Blvd Syracuse, N Y 13201 SAM PUGLIA EXCAVATING 1020 Emery Street Fulton, New York 592-7671 Compliments of WALLACE TIRE SHOP 39 E. Seneca Oswego, N.Y. 13126 Congratulations to the Class of 1976 FULTON Y.M.C.A. Best of Luck BROADWAY CLEANERS 114 W. Broadway Fulton, New York Dial 592-4437 Best Wishes To The Class of 1976 FULTON PATRIOT SHORTY'S TRUCKING ,35- 5' - 1 LOCAL 8 LONG DISTANCE MOVING Earl Shortsleeve Owner We handle your furniture with care Reasonable rates. Ridge RD Oswego 343-7689 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO SENIOR CLASS 1976 Rt. 57 North Fulton, N.Y. COMPLIMENTS OF OSWEGO SPEEDWAY Best Wishes BOB TRETSCH'S SERVICE STATION 110 East Broadway Fulton, New York 13069 Phone 592 4228 AAA Station 592 4396 Best Wishes From St. Joseph's COUNCIL NO. 254 Richard Nardozzi, Grand Knight Sameul Procopio, Financial Sec. And Columbian Squires Fulton Circle NO. 2321 Dick Chalifoux Chief Squire - FULTON UNIT PARTS 116 Rochester Street - FL1ltO1'1, N.Y 13069 Phone 592-2218 309 W. St. ABELL Oswego, N.Y. 13126 CZ-Z23cP'I3V0fQfA1716IfC8 From all the Members of Saint Michae1's Society, Inc. 700 W. 4th Street Best Wishes and God's blessing to the Class of 1976 BERGAN'S MEN'S SHOP 118 Cayuga St.. Downtown Fulton Best Wishes from YOUNG 81, SON FUNERAL HOME 322 Oneida St. Fulton, New York MORRILL FLEXIBLE PACKAGING BREWER 85 CAMPBELL Your Mobil Dealer 214 West Broadway Fulton New York The Morrill Press Morrill Place Fulton New York 13069 Q315J 592-2204 Compliments of FOSTER BROTHERS CUTLERY 43 W. 1st Street Fulton, New York BOB D'S PLAZA LIQUORS Cor. West First Br, Beech Streets Fulton, New York 592-5175 Quality Wines 85 Liquors At Discount Prices Next to P8r,C Foods Chilled Wines - Collector Bottles Free Gift Boxes For Your Convenience Compliments of FOSTER FUNERAL HOME, INC. 910 Fay Street Fulton member N.F.D.A. 85 A.F.D.A. 592-2313 Clifford C. Foster President, Licensed Manager Paul E. Foster Vice-President Much Success To the Class of 1976 CALI'S CASA NOVA RESTAURANT 320 West First Street Fulton, New York Phone 598-9976 Best Wishes NICKY'S BEAUTY SALON 27 Jerome Street Fulton, New York 592-5926 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1976 From First National bank the only bank you'll ever need" 125 W. Broadway Fulton, New York FULTON Mexico New Haven Member FDIC Congratulations 1976 Graduates From EICHMANN PLUMBING AND HEATING FRANK E. BLACK Landscape Nurseryman Industrial and Small Estate Landscape Service office nursery 7 So. 3rd St. Granby Center Fulton, N.Y. Old Rt. 3 592-7462 Congratulations Class of '7 6 From YAGER'S PLUMBING 81, HEATING, INC. Donald Baldwin 208 North Second Street Fulton, New York Phone 593-8797 Best Wishes to the Class of 1976 LEOTTA AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 850 Hannibal St. Fulton, N.Y. Compliments of ULY'S SEAFOOD 124 W. 3rd 592-2409 Fulton OUR BEST WISHES . . . K.B.C. West 1st 85 Pine St. Fulton, N.Y. "What Good Is It All . . . If You Haven't Done Good" DBLD CYCLES Snowmobile-small engine repair 21 West First Street North Fulton, New York 592-2037 Best Wishes to the Class of 1976 BRUNSWICK BOWLARAMA , N.Y. Phone 593-1000 Best Wishes for th Cl f 76 Battle Island State Park West River Road North THE FULTON POLISH HOME Best Wishes t th Fulton, New York Class f 1976 593-3408 Wishing y B ght" Future!! KNAPP ELECTRIC F ything in electr RD' M Box 399 Fulton, New York 592-9557 Fulton, N.Y. 13069 592-5933 I Radio, Television, Hi-Fi Sales and Service Auto Radio Installation Master Antenna Design Br, Service 'Q 415. ng- .t rl' 'fm ' ves Electronics Jeff Ives 63-65 W. First St. N. 315 593-2707 Fulton, N.Y. 13069 fx Q l Best Wishes POWER'S TIRE SERVICING 123 Curtis St. Fulton, New York 592-9538 Dennis A. Wheeler President Goodyear- Passenger Farm Truck Tires Best Wishes to the Class of '76 POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION City of Fulton from Fulton's Friendliest Fulton, New York Corner Store Congratulations To The Class of 1976 4 Best Wishes to the Class of '76 BROTHERS SERVICE STATION 101 South Second Street Fulton, New York 13069 NEAL O'BRIEN 1 West First Street Fulton, New York Everything to build anything!! BURTON FUELS Bill Joice Q0wnery 202 Division St. Fulton, N. Y. 13069 Phone 592-7456 Compliment of TOM HUNTER REAL ESTATE 202 Cayuga Street Fulton, New York Compliments of MACADAM CONSTRUCTION CO., INC West River Road North Fulton, New York 13069 592-7445 Congratulations to the 1976 Graduates Donald E. Keeney Building-Remodeling Contractor Route 7547 Box 149 Fulton, New York 593-3161 REYDUN KNIFE AND MACHINE CO., INC. 501 Schyler Street, Fulton, New York plant-592-5320 home--592-2466 We manufacture and sharpen knives for these industries: Steel 85 Aluminum-Circular 81. Shear Blades Woodworking-Plant-Jointer 85 Veneer Knives Pulp 85 Paper - Chipper-Paper Cutter Knives 85 Doctor Blades Agriculture-Harvesters-Choppers-Insilage Knives Best Wishes BENEFICIAL FINANCE 47 South First Street Fulton, New York Compliments of OLD TIME INN 318 West First Street Fulton, New York 598-9988 "One of the best!" MIDWAY-DRIVE-IN West River Road Oswego, New York 13126 Compliments of REYNOLDS HOTEL 121 West Broadway Fulton, New York 13069 598-9939 Best Wishes FULTON GLASS COMPANY 898 South First Street Fulton, New York GOOD LUCK DELUXE MEATS 831 Oneida Street Fulton, New York 592-2180 Compliments of WESTVIEW ORCHARDS R.D. 53 Fulton, New York We at Triangle Wish the Class of 1976 Success!! TRIANGLE DAIRY FARMS Quality Dairy Products 840 Hannibal Street Fulton, New York 13069 593-8798 , 6 JW' BUILDIALGE coMPANY PROVIDENCE ' BOSTON - NEW YORK ' WASHINGTON CORPORATE OFFICES 90 CALVERLEY ST. PROVIDENCE, R. I. 02940 40l'75l -2700 Insist On The Genuine FAMOUS QUOTES FROM STUDENTS, 2 SINCE '95 RON'S OVERHEAD DOOR SERVICE, INC. 9 Residential 0 0 Commercial 0 0 Industrial Overhead Doors in Wood, Aluminum Fiberglass and Steel Rolling Doors and Grilles High Quality Electronic Operators And Remote Electronic Controls SALES-SERVICE Ba INSTALLATIONS 593-3318 RD 9945, Bingham Road, Oswego, New York 13126 BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF '76 KENDA'S Breakfast ------------ Lunch 397 West First Street Where is Mr. Spaid? KK Y, "Hi, what can I do for you?" Bones The strangest people are looking for Kevin Rookey. The basketball team 65 I are cleaning up. Old librarians never die, they lose their pens. I'll have Jim Santoro fix it. Mr. Kane I know someone who has something in their pocket for you. I love my Teddy Bear! '76 Dick - '77 Maude-Good luck, Nancy! See you on Vball next year, Maudie. To DS-sort of, kind of, but not really. FACULTY 85 WHATEVER!!! I love it! Nothing in my hand, nothing up my sleeve. Best wishes from a friend. Good luck from Mr. 85 Mrs. F. Vescio. Girl Scouts build for tomorrow. Lakeshore Kawasaki Motorcycles Keep Smiling! Please, Mr. McKnight, Buzz in. Solche Dummheit! Man denkt es kann nicht sein, Schamen Sie sich. The dogs bark but the caravan moves on. May I have your attention please! Civil Air Patrol is the root of all good. GSLM Delivery St. joseph's Holy Name Society. Gary 81, Dawn Dennis, please come to typing class. "THEE BLOUSE" Hey! What's new, Emily? Brian Conn and Laurie Williams forever! TJ. and Donna Boa-Ski? What's a Boa-Ski? To Confucious fDarrell Dean! from me. To Mrs. McKnight-May you always remember Ginger. Jimmy Sr, Linda To Donna from Marc with love Mr. O'Neil, what's a tent-fly? Has anyone seen Bill Thurlow pullshot? Happy Days are coming. I work too hard and I'm the greatest. OUR TEAM WAS!!! A team works together To reach a certain goal Everyone does their share To make the team a whole. Winning and losing Is like taking the bitter with the sweet Sportsmanship and effort Is what you need to be without a defeat. A team has spirit Energy and enthusiasm A devoted coach And a little bit of sarcasm. The 1975 Green Wave Had them all That's why they went undefeated They still stand tall. Our coach was everything She cared and shared Taught us everything we knew She dared and paired. Tennis 1975 Was the best Wishing them luck next year Keep smilin' and winnin' and using Crest. Activities Administration Administrative Staff Advertising A.F.S. Archery Audio-Video Autographs Bachelor Living Band Baseball Basketball Board of Education Bodley Craftsmen Boosters Bowling Cafeteria Staff Checkmates Cheerleaders Chorus Contents Creative Writing Cross Country Dedication Drama Faculty Field Hockey Football Freshmen Golf Guidance Gymnastics Health Personnel Homemaking Homecoming Index Indoor Track Juniors LaCross Library Club IZCJBX Maintenance National Honor Society Office Personnel Orchestra Principals School Services Senior Class Polls Senior Class Wills Seniors Ski Club Soccer Sophomores Sports Student Senate Superintendent Swimming Tennis TrackfField Volleyball Wrestling Yearbook The yearbook staff wishes to thank the salesmen 19 174 17 156 8 14 62 58 65 178 228 112 182 150 6 214 234 224 206 198 176 and distributors of the Advertising, Collection 81, Photography Staffs. A special thanks to Mrs. McKnight and Mrs. Machan. THANK YOU ALMA MATER On the banks of old Oswego Where Indian campfires gleam Now stands our ALMA MATER True guardian of the stream Tho our strength dwells ever with us We never stronger seem Than when we are defending Fulton's royal RED and GREEN! WALSWORTH INDEX 283 Marceline, M0-. U.S-A- H 1 Swim . LOL AJM0 Qf'J WAHM 7014?-Q wk KM, 'af' K idx W addy' . Q 3 Y K GK EEQE DM QNQX 333 X NXSQSSRS Mus MMM, wwf 5 Wfff2f62fffMjM QM A 2 W Jw fiom 3533572 W WMMWKMW if 5 Wm M , om A 0? T A MW Wfwfpi Mg M I . TH 4 ati QW 1 f 1 . F n i F5 v sl L, 5 c L A zz 5, may , Wy My 1 2 W Q1 3 ' Ohm .SD fxmf-fx ECL wg A s wk -P A jam fwgyjg QA XPQAOLMD-GGL W1 W4 3 i 5 2 Qi 3525351 2355 lf my Rig, 12, JZIIZZXM FLW Qc! Wad ZEQJ CJZJ ffm Jff VIZ' .VU M176 AMQQ 1 ' em.. 0'-R Ga uvx ,rc I IVILQ QL W I am' PM X if M M M 3600 QAAGQ ,j!Qg,,J1-s"" , J 'M VX 1 0 eq A f UJJAQ ,f OKNM' I QUQM . " 6. ,pdl 522, QQ,


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