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It is with great pride that the Class of 1953 dedicates this yearbook to
Miss Ruth Spriggs. She will always be revered in our hearts as an under-
standing teacher and friend.
We of the yearbook staff wish to express our sincere appreciation to the
following who have aided in the publishing of this yearbook.
To Dr. Ross for his general assistance.
To Mr. Henry Shoudy for his advice on financial matters.
To the entire student body and faculty whose support made this
Mr. Henry Shoudy
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Dr. Iesse Ross
Mrs. Irene Kncrppenberger
Decm of Girls
Miss Blanche Gibbs Mrs. Florence Hcrller Miss Edith Iohnson
Mr. Donald Ackerman
Mrs. Maude Ackerman
Mrs. Marguerite Bradley MI Orlo Bush
Miss Sarah Cumming
Miss Betty Cummings
Miss Laura Ellis
Mr. Albert Archiizel
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Miss Mildred Chacona
Miss Ramona Bishko
Miss Marcia Conley
Miss Frances Downing
Miss Dorothy Gallinger
Mr. Thomas DeSaniis
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Mr. Robert Lewis
Miss Winifred Gray Mr. George Knock Mr. Charles LaPierre
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Miss Edna Draime, Miss Bessie Hogan
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February 23. 1935
"His bark is worse than his bite"
While at North, our class chatter-
box has developed a rare talent for
playing "billiards." Bowling, volley-
ball, and Pilot Club have also con-
sumed much ot his time and interest.
The future will find Pete cruising the
Seven Seas. Smooth sailing!
December 23, 1934
"Queen Rose of the rosebud garden
Our prettiest senior listed these as
her activities: vice-president of Tiani
and Pi Omicron. Italian Club, Senior
Choir, bowling and Variety Show.
"Mar" enjoys dancing, tennis, and
listening to her Eddie Fisher records.
In the future you will probably find
her on either the LeMoyne campus
or attending some business school.
April 10, 1935
"The sweetest thing that ever grew"
This cute, little miss, naturally,
our class sweetheart, has kept busy
with G.S.L., Edwards' Fashion Board.
Red Cross, Tiani, Pilot Club, softball.
and Rangers. Our only redhead
plans to become a telephone opera-
August 22, 1935
"You have a merry heart"
Tiani. Senior Choir, Band. Variety
Show, volleyball, bowling and soft-
ball have taken up the class smile-'s
time. In the future she plans tw
start a collection of ink blots and
make a million selling them to Ioan.
Besides this areat project she tells
us that she might give the business
world a fling.
Ianuary 6, 1935
"Men love to wonder and that is
the seat of our science"
The explosion which recently
rocked the third floor was caused
by none other than our mad scien-
tist, Paul. Besides attempting to
demolish North High School, he has
managed to partake in the activities
oi Pi Omicron, Hi-Y, Science Club.
Senior Choir, track, volleyball, and
bowling. Electrical Engineering at
S. U. is his next step.
beniurs uf 3Ianua1fp lass
Ianuary 6, 1935
"A good mind possesses
This engineer-to-be will enter the
College of Applied Science at S. U.
in the fall. He has been active in
Hi-Y, Pi Omicron. Science Club. and
track. We wish the mister, with the
personality-plus, the best ol luck.
December 15, 1934
"The only way to have a friend
is to be one"
"Bogie," voted the triendliest
senior has managed to find time for
the Senior Choir, Special Ensemble.
Aelioian, G.S.L., bowling, and head-
ing the Senior Dance Committee. lt's
Cortland State Teachers College for
September 23, 1934
f"'1'lte best healers is good cheer"
During his stay at North, Buff has
exhibited his talents in Senior Choir.
Special Ensemble, Italian Club, Dra-
matic Club, Pi Omicron. Science
Club, and volleyball. He's one of
To:tsie,'s boys and can usually be
found in the midst of any of their
lunch time activities. CShirts out,
boysb. Frank tells us that he'll be
walking the S.U. campus come
luly 21. 1934
"And the night shall be tilled
Pete has been one of the main-
stays ot our growing band. He tells
us that he enjoys good music and
plans to continue studying his first
love in New York City alter a short
session ot beating his "crazy"
drums on the entertainment circuit
this summer. We wish this "real
gone" lad the best ol luck.
May 31, 1934
"I wish I were an island in an
ocean of girls"
Besides juggling the books, the
master of our money lists his in-
terests as the Senior Choir, Italian
Club, and Dramatic Club. During
any lunch period he can be tcund
"cutting up" with Butt and the boys.
Il he can get to some college
campus before Uncle Sam calls for
him, Toctsie would like to go on
wlth his schooling.
Ianuary 20, 1934
"Silence is more eloquent
Anne's destination is the Tele-
phone Company. Although she has
not listed anything in the way of
activities, we've been told that she
likes phctography very much. Our
October 30, 1932
"True happiness lies in
Annie's activities in school are a
mystery to us, but she informs us
that she has had time for dancing.
movies, and operas. f?D Her future
plans are a bit uncertain, but we
wish her luck in whatever she may
Arthur Murray, here c m s iff com-
petition. Alter' service with
Uncle Sam, he plans to enter col-
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and cia Ensembl out,
Iuly 5, 1934
"Not a word"
This enthusiastic woodsman
spends much of hls time hunting.
fishing, and snapping pictures ol
surrounding scenery. We hear that
George plans to matriculate at some
college after graduation. We won'
der what kind of hunting he'll be
Iuly 23, 1935
"Merri'y, merrily, shall I live now"
The big guy with the big grin is
of course Hugo, our class smile. He's
kept himself busy with baseball,
volleyball, Science Club, Senior
Choir, Special Ensemble, Hi-Y, and
band. Hugo will be found attach-
ing Bunsen burners to water faucets
in some college chem lab in the
very near future.
Seniors uf ianuarp Qilass
August 2, 1934
"An honest heart passes a kingdom"
Mary's ambition is to continue her
education at University College with
a course in accounting. Although
she was voted our quietest senior.
she does more than her share oi
yelling at the Nats' games. G.S.L.,
Tiani, Senior Choir, badminton,
cheerleading, and the Variety Show
have claimed most ot her time.
October 9. 1934
"The man that loves and laughs
must sure do welI"
Football, track, Dramatic Club,
Italian Club, Senior Choir, and less
have kept Frank rolling during his
three years at North. Cortland State
Teachers College will claim the
masculine half of our class couple.
November 12. 1934
"I'll nct budge an inch"
Big C. D. has kept the baseball.
basketball, and volleyball teams
coinq while at North. He also man-
aaed to work on the stafis of the
yearbook and No-th Wind. He has
his sights on S. U. campus.
Ianuary l4, 1935
"ln a twinkling ol an eye"
We wouldn't be surprised if our
little lo some day becomes the first
wcman president oi the First Fed-
eral Savings and Loan. At North
she has been active in girls' softball,
and in the future she hopes to be
active in finding a boy with curly
hair and a beautiful car.
NANCY ANNE DWYER
September 30, 1935
"lt you must fly, ily high"
Because of Nan's short stay ct
North, she hasn't had much time to
participate in our school activities.
She spends most of her spare time
dancing. This quiet little miss also
has an ear lor classical music. Sur-
prisingly Nan's future lies in the
field of Aviation. Happy landings!
March 8, 1935
"Ask and earn"
Although Red hasn't had time to
be very active in school activities.
his numerous hobbies include hunt-
ing. fishing, swimming. and sleeping
in Mrs. Ackerman's English class.
After Ianuary, Red can be found
tinkering with automobiles.
December 3, 1934
"Silence is sweeter than speech"
This athletic young lady has spent
most of her three years in the gym
playing volleyball, service ball. and
softball. Marty has also been an
active member of G.S.L. Her future
ambitions and plans include the
September 25, 1934
"The love light in her eye"
less, better known as Frank's girl.
is the diminutive half of the class
couple. She has enjoyed membership
in G.S.L.. dancing and sewing. The
Telephone Company will claim
another North girl after less gradu-
November 16. 1934
"Wise men say nothing in
Italian Club and Science Club
have claimed most of Willie's talent
and time during his three year
stretch UD. Another sports lover.
he enjoys baseball, volleyball, and
basketball. Syracuse University's
College of Engineering will soon
welcome a very capable student.
March 29, 1935
"Like a fair lily on a river floating"
Though Ioanie was named Salu-
tatorian she has not spent all her
time studying. Our senior with the
nicest personality has enjoyed the
activities of Aelioian, Girls' Service
League. Red Cross. the North Wind
Staff, Senior Choir. bowling, volley-
ball. and badminton. We lose Ioanie
to the business world and Bob.
Sentara uf Zanuarp lass
Ianuary 3. 1934
"She is not difficult to please"
Ioan intends to enter the business
world, preferably the Telephone
Company. Although not very active
in school activities, she does enjoy
sewing as a hobby. Good luck to
May 21, 1935
"A man is better than a book"
Haunting Drumlins is Barb's fav-
orite pastime when she's not busy
gabbing with the girls, This little
lady is headed for Cortland State to
take courses in general education.
She gained her title of the most
popular senior by active participa-
tion in Tiani, G.S.L., Pilot Club. Red
Cross. badminton, bowling, Rangers.
and softball. She also represented
North on Edward's Ir. Fashion
Board, Loads of Luck.
Ianuary 21. 1935
"We cannot all be masters"
Iet likes all sports and has been
active on North's volleyball and
bowling teams. Bill intends to be-
come one of Uncle Sam's flyboys in
my 29, 1934
"He hath or daily beauty in his life"
Iackson was one of our top flight
pitchers on our championship team.
I-Ie was also a member of the foot-
ball. volleyball, and bowling teams.
Maybe being voted most athletic has
something to do with his plans for
entering professional baseball.
Ianuary 5, 1936
"Wisdom is better than rubies"
Ian, our dark-haired valedictorian.
has been a very active member of
our senior class. Her activities in-
clude Tiani, Pi Ornicron, Choir. Band
Cone of the few female membersD.
newspaper. bowling, and swimming.
The future will find Ianet in the
offices of Crouse-Hinds and then . . ?
March 28. 1935
"An eye for an eye, a tooth
for a tooth"
Helen, another of our girls who
has graced Edward's Fashion Board,
lists her activities as vice-president
of G.S.L., Tiani, volleyball, badmin-
ton, bowling, and Rangers. She en-
joys participating in sports and
aptly enouqh she is our most ath-
letic senior. In the years to come
Helen plans to continue working at
the Home Insurance Company.
April 6, 1935
"Shall I compare thee to a
Besides roaming over Drumlins
skating rink with B.H., Skinner has
found time to be president of Tiani,
and Red Cross and a member of
Pilot Club, volleyball, badminton,
Hangers, and swimming. Our class
angel lists her destination at Cort-
February 21, 1935
"On with dance! Let joy be
Working in the office and member-
ship in Ceroean has taken up all ot
Dotty's spare time. You are very
likely to find Miss Lenn at any
dance North High sponsors, showing
us that "best dancer" form. In the
years to come Carole will be seen
behind a big mahogany desk as she
plans to become a secretary: those
lucky bosses -.
October 7. 1934
"Variety, the spice of life"
"Quiet! C'mon kids, please be
quiet." These have been Dick's
favorite words come Wednesday
mornings when the senior tussles
begin in 216. Besides the presidency
of the senior class, this talented lad
has found time to include all choir
activities, Dramatic Club, Italian
Club. newspaper, and yearbook
staff in his list of activities. In the
bright future our most popular senior
hopes to attend S.U.
November 12, 1934
"I love life and I want to live"
loe, our class politician, is the
leader of the lighting Liberal C?j
Party of N.H.S. Besides sparking all
types of meetings he has been able
to lend a hand in editing the North
Wind. He also sparked the Windy
Hillers in basketball, track, and
volleyball. Ioe aspires to be an
engineer by way of LeMoyne Col-
Qeniurs uf Zlanuarp lass
March 1, 1935
"Patience is the best remedy
for every trouble"
Those lucky kids of the next gen-
eration will have Georgie as their
teacher as she hopes to spend some
time at Oswego State after gradua-
tion. While at North she has en-
joyed Carole L., G.S.L., nd Ceroean.
May 28, 1935
"Every man tor himself"
Besides popping up with some of
his amusing ad-libs, Gene tells us
that his hobbies are hunting and
fishing. He hasn't decided yet
whether he will go right into the
big working world or continue his
education a bit on the S.U. campus.
February 22, 1934
"Il's better to wear out,
than to rust out"
Dom, one oi our hard working
seniors, has let a certain Miss
Theresa occupy most oi his time and
interest. About the future, Dom says
he has no specific plans, but he is
sure that Uncle Sam has some for
November 1, 1934
"One enemy is too much"
"Care's" leisure time has been
taken up with eating and the Pilot
Club. She is another lady who will
make her fortune at the Telephone
Company. The best oi luck to her.
MARY ALICE MORGAN
Iuly 4, 1935
"A rhapsody ot words"
What number pleeese? That's
what we'll be hearing from the class
chatterbox in the very near future.
She hopes to be an operator C and
a fast onej at the Telephone Com-
pany. Mary Alice enjoyed taking
part in G.S.L., Tiani, Choir, soltball,
October 21, 1933
"He profits most who serves best"
Here he is: the fellow who "did
the most for North." Glenn put his
all into the '52 football season and
the fine play that he produced kept
everyone on the field yelling for
him. Looking ahead we see that
Glenn is headed for Cortland State
if he can dodge the draft for a
while. CHa, ha, your not the only
February 2. 1935
"In each cheek appears a
This diminutive senior has enjoy-
ed her stay at North. She claims
volleyball, bowling, badminton,
Senior Choir, and Red Cross as her
activities. Dotty likes tall, dark,
and handsome men and hopes to
become a secretary to some boss
with these statistics.
ANN MARIE PESCE
Ianuary 1, 1934
"A little picture painted well"
Among the membership of Cero-
ean you will find "Giqgle's" name.
Ann, another tentative telephone
operator. would like to get married
and have 12 kiddies. CHave you
read "Cheaper By The Dozen?"J
MARY ROSE POLISINO
February 28, 1935
"I can be pushed just so tar"
Did you see the Senior Variety
Show? If you enjoyed it you can
thank our MRP for putting it to-
gether. She did the most for North
and probably her long list of activi-
ties explains this, Here it is-Choir.
Special Ensemble, Girls' Sextette,
Student Faculty Committee, Pres. cf
Dramatic Club, Tiani and mistress
of the keyboard C?D. She has her
mind on LeMoyne College in Sep-
CATHERINE ANN PONTO
May 12, 1934
"A short saying oft contains
Katey, another musically minded
senior, has added her soprano voice
to the Sophomore and Senior Choirs.
She also spent a litt'e time at bad-
minton. Katey will brush up on her
typing and shorthand and then ott
into the big, wide business world.
February 14, 1935
"Little friends may prove
During Tina's three years on the
Windy Hill, she's collected enough
money to buy Fort Knox Cwelllllll
almostb. When she was not busy
with the monetary side of life, she
enjoyed singing in the Sophomore
Sextette, and Senior Choirs, and
being a member of the Italian Club,
Dramatic Club, Pi Omicron, Aelioian,
and Yearbook staff
December 16, 1934
"leave no stone unturned"
Swish . . . who went by? Why
that was Shirl, our gal who's most
likely to succeed. Besides her duties
as president of Aelioian and Pi
Omicron, Shirl has bustled about
from Senior Choir, badminton, bowl-
ing, and volleyball, to girls' sports
reporter for the North Wind and Co-
editor of this mee of print. One of
our top ten, she will enter LeMoyne
March 8, 1935
"A friend stands at every door"
Iohn, our senior with the nicest
voice, has been one of Mrs, Welch's
right-hand men. He has taken part
in all the activities of the Senior
Choir, Special Ensemble, and Bays'
Ensemble. Besides singing, Iohn
gave his "all" to the football and
track squads. Business and Law
will be this lad's major at LeMoyne
February 17, 1935
"The man has hidden taIents"
At North, Augie and "Biggies" are
synonomous. He can always be
found behind the counter serving his
buddies hot coffee. During the last
three years he has been active in
athletics 4 basketball, volleyball,
and bowling. Augie won't be at
"Biggies" for very long as he plans
to enter college in the fall.
February 3, 1935
"Each mind has its own method"
Dick names Key Club, Senior
Choir, and bowling as his pastimes.
If Dick can tear himself away from
the pool table, you'l1 probably find
him at Cortland State Teachers Col-
lege in the near future.
October 1, 1935
"See where she comes, apparelled
like the spring"
A very capable president of
G.S.L. was our best dressed senior.
Gen. She was also in the midst of
the Red Cross activities and an im-
portant contributor to the publication
of the Yearbook. Carrier Corp. will
soon be graced by Gen's appear-
ance in one of their offices.
September 9, 1934
"As he thinketh in his heart,
so he is"
"Hey Vince! Drive me up to
Grant. C'mon. I don't want to carry
all this equipment." The center of
North's charging line has also en-
joyed participating in bowling, vol-
leyball, and Dramatic Club. When
next September rolls around our
best dressed senior will enter Le-
January 25, 1936
"Sweets to the sweet"
Ieanne, our most talented senior,
tells us that her time has been taken
up with swimming, bowling, Forest-
ers, Senior Choir, Tiani, and Pi
Omicron. Along with I.K., her part-
ner in crime, Ieanne has been one
of the chief doughnut sellers for
the Math Club. After graduation
the Telephone Company will em-
ploy her talents.
November 15, 1934
"The parables speak the truth"
This very serious senior's plans
are to earn a bit of money for home
after Ianuary. "Vicky" has kept
busy watching sporting events,
reading, hiking, and dancing. Good
luck to her in whatever she may do.
ROSE ANN SIRIANO
February 14, 1935
"I have no quarrels or arguments"
"Ro," an ardent fan of the Nats
and Bill Gabor, lists her activities
as Red Cross, Iunior Volunteers,
yearbook staff and treasurer of
G.S.L. After graduation Rose Ann
will start work at Carrier's. We
know she'l1 get along fine with all
the bosses as she is "most agree-
Sentara uf Zlanuarp lass
December 27. 1933
"Silence gives consent"
Ro hasn't told us very much about
herself, but we've heard that she
likes holidays best during the school
year. The business world will claim
this good natured young lady.
April 13, 1935
"And does it very well"
This quiet, unassuming young
lady is, cf course, our class blonde.
She's been active in the activities of
G.S.L., Aelioian, and the staffs of
the Yearbook and the North Wind.
CThat's besides the activities of
Ianet and Iean.j It seems as though
the Telephone Company will be
operated by North High grads in
the future. Ioyce is our final addi-
tion to the Bell Sisters.
April 7, 1934
"Be silent and pass for a
It was a tough job but we finally
gathered the facts about this hard
to find fellow. Well, volleyball, and
watching hockey games have filled
his time. As to future plans he in-
tends to become cr butcher and con-
tinue in the meat business.
Iune 15, 1934
"lust give me wine, women,
Hoot lists his hobbies as swim-
ming, movies, pin-ball machines and
just "hanging around." Besides
baffling the girls, after graduation
he will decide between Ithaca Col-
lege and Uncle Sam's Air Force.
luly 18, 1934
"He tapped on the tip of his toes"
Bob is one of our top bowlers,
Besides bowling, he has played
volleyball and participated in the
activities of the Dramatic Club. His
destination is unknown, but we
know he will do well in anything
Sentara uf January lass
April 24. 1935
"Weep no more my ladies"
Many a shy lass has sighed over
our best looking senior with a cer-
tain Miss Brooks leading the pack.
All of the coaches of North will be
sorry to lose Ray who contributed
so much to baseball, basketball,
football and track. With the com-
ing of spring. Kraut will don navy
blues and sail the seven seas.
ARTHUR BARNELLO IOSEPH MEZZATESTA
Art Iumpin Ioe
September 12, 1934 May 18. 1934
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r, one o our ar wor ing seniors, as participate in .. . H . . . -
football, track. Senior Choir. Italian Club, and Pilot Club. This Tumpm Ice' Ongmutor of the bud Calls In 102 devfned most
hm-d.to.find fellow hopes to serve his country as G member of of his energy to basketball, track, volleyball, and Pilot Club.
Uncle Sam's Air Force after graduation. Happy landings, Art. The University of Illinois will figure in Ioe's plans for the future.
OOKING back on these pictures in the years to come, our first impulse
will be to laugh: not only at the hair-do's which will in all probability be
horribly out of style, but also at the familiar and sometimes funny expressions
on our faces. After a few moments of concentration, however, memories,
good and bad, will commence to reappear-memories of our own special
gang, the little disagreements that seemed so important at the time, the parties.
the ball games, and. of course, the senior prom. By this time, we aren't
laughing anymore, but smiling reminiscently.
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Most Likely to Succeed
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Class Angel .,......
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Best Voice ........
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Class Wit ..,,.
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Where Mr. Knock got that southern accent.
Vfho o1iginated the bird calls in 102.
Vslhy the iron cages weren't taken down sooner.
Why the yearbook subscriber wasn't admitted to Room 120.
VVhen some of the suggestions in the suggestion box will be used.
If S.M. ever learned the "Alma Mater" for Mrs. Welch after singing it l8 times.
How Dick settled the squabble concerning the class picnic.
Why the typing teacher in 224 could never understand the notices.
How M.B. passed gym with her green suit.
If some girl will ever get her nose caught while peeking through the partition
into the boys' gym.
Where Mrs. MacDougald ever found those "different" dances she teaches the
girls in gym.
If Mr. Isgro ever tires of clapping his hands from 8:55 to 9:00 to get us to our
How the yearbook staff ever survived the coffee that Gen made at Dick's house.
How S.C. ever balanced his books.
Why the Hand of Fate always steps in with an accident just before Betty Iane's
Why We can never find the turkey in the turkey dinners served in the cafeteria.
When the North Wind will come out with news that we don't already know.
Where lim Massad gets his jokes.
If all the initials carved on the chairs in the auditorium will bring back
memories of past loves.
If the cleaning ladies know that we appreciate all their hard work in keeping
the school tidy.
Why Rose Ann can't say chizel.
If Mr. Shoudy makes any money by pad-locking the lockers.
If the coaches know we appreciate their work in trying to get North to the top.
If the seniors were really satisfied having the prom in the school gym.
What Tina does with all the money she collects.
If our "Best Dancer" had heart failure when another dancer was nominated
for Who's Who.
Where the writers of "Diggin the Dirt" get their courage to write what they do.
If I.E. has a turtle neck bathing suit.
Why P.B. and M.G. don't use handcuffs instead of the strangle hold to keep
If Iohnny's new car has any modern improvements over the old one.
How Mary Rose rehearsed all the acts in the Variety Show in "one week."
Why such a fiery red-head as Sue doesn't have a fiery temper.
If Mary DiBello still likes the record "It's in the Book."
Why Annette likes "Chucklet" cakes.
Why Ioe never agreed with anyone on the yearbook staff about the write ups.
VVhy Ioan and Louie always fight.
Why Liz wants to join the Wacs.
Where Iohn Grosso got those beautiful eye lashes.
Where Ioe L. gets all his passes to chemistry.
Where Lombard gets all of his nicknames.
Where Hugo got his laugh.
Why Dizzy likes hotdogs.
Where lol-Xnne learned how to clap her hands.
If Shirley will ever know the trouble the yearbook staff had finding a quota'
tion for her.
If Toni will ever cut her black locks.
If Natalie will live up to her reputation as class chatterbox.
Why Barbara loves those winter nights at Drumlins.
lf everyone knows all the hard work that Lill Mancini has done for the news-
If Mary Ann really originated the "Urh Urh" club.
Where Chuck learned to play the ukulele.
Where Dan T. got his he-man build.
Boys with beautiful Shrimp, showoffs, and Sanks, you're a
likes anh islikes
Being with I. F.
Losing to unknowns
Broken arms and legs
Being without her
"What a riot"
My pumpkin nose"
brown eyes CG.K.j
Being with Marilyn
Tall, thin boys with
Evenly distributed girls
Dancing, movies, opera
Dancing with beautiful
girls who don't mind
being a guinea pig while
trying new steps
people who stare
Teachers who put on
People that give me a "
Getting up mornings
Teachers who talk too "
much and moody girls
Dancing and homework "
You hate me"
Oh! you give me a pain
Don't hot rod it"
Backseat drivers CP.B.j "
"It's all right"
Don't feel bad, it might
of happened to me"
For crying out loud"
You think so heh"
Sports and money
Being with Iessie
Boys with nice curly
hair and nice cars
Classical music and
All snorts. swimming.
hunting, and fishing
Dancing. sewing. anzl
being with Frank
B.B. Muggs, and food
Ioanne's ability to get
a bloody nose in 3rd
period English class
A good time
"Hugo" and agitators
like Bill Lombard
Getting to school at 9:00
Too many movies
Being without her
Boys with brushcuts and
who smoke cigars
Getting up mornings
Not being near a
Not being with Frank
People who talk about
"He's a phenom"
Get the lunch pail"
Oh, Fran, I can't"
That's what you think
To be or not to be"
What a dummy"
What is it with you
Mary Alice Morgan
Ann Marie Pesce
Mary Rose Polisino
likes ants islikes
C O N T I N U E D
Sewing People who spend their
Those beautiful winter
nights at Drumlins
When 3rd period was
Sports, money, girls
Being with a certain I.S.
Tall, dark boys
Old convertibles Cyellowj
Being with F. G.
5th period English
class Cwhen I was therej
Sleeping, pay day
My girl Theresa S.
fishing, roller skating
Tall, dark boys
Having a good time,
To be in school rather
than at home
Everybody cmd everything
money before getting it
Ioan's 3-piece mirror
When lst period was
Not having them
Not being with him
Being without him
The front seat of
Work, being broke
Omitting Chem. class
Going steady, and
Sth period study
Gloomy days and
Anyone who teases
Nothing and nobody
"What did you say"
Oh you know whatcha
Oh for corn sake"
Meet me over to the
Well Ding Ding"
Sure, nice, ya, uh huh"
Baa waa do I know"
I'l1 never tell"
Look, it's dead"
What's your plan"
Are you kidding"
You betch your life"
Not this girl"
No one so little has taken
so much from so many"
Oh for Pete's sake"
Rose Ann Siriano
likes ani: islikes
C O N T I N u E D
Smoking my pipe in Arguing
Voice, dancing, sports,
Big Iohn's Bop house
Girls and poor pool
Chemistry CHaj sports
Music, watching sports,
reading, hiking, dancing
To be agreeable
Work of any kind
Handsome boys and
good pool shooters
Going to work
Heaven only knows
Long speeches by
I'm glad for you"
How sick I am"
Second door to your left
I lost my head"
What do I care"
Heaven forbid, what's
I'm from Missouri:
you got to show me"
You'1l be all right"
How do you like that"
last will anti Testament
WE, the seniors, being sound of mind and memory hereby bequeath
and publish our last will and testament.
I, Peter Asterino, leave my friendy quarrels with my teachers to some
up and coming cookie-Iohn Spinella.
I, Marion Barber, leave my green gym suit to Virginia Lostumbo.
I, Arthur Barnello, leave to some lucky sophomore my locker 321. Use
I, Susan Barry, leave my ability to some 2-1 to take Mr. Shoudy's teasing
about "A farmer boyfriend."
I, Barbara Belasco, 1eaveiFINALLY.
I, Paul Beuscher, leave my ability to sing in voice class to anyone who
needs the credit.
I, Iames Blair, leave my over-sized chair in 105 to a bigger man than
I, Betty Bogensperger, leave my locker 179, which I inhabited for three
years to any girl who wants to be pestered by Butch Greip. Bob Gass, and
I, Frank Bufano, hereby bequeath my ability to bawl up the choir to
I, Peter Buttaro, leave my position on tympani to the last two members
of the percussion battery.
I. Sam Calogero, leave what talent I have to whoever wants it.
I, Ann Caltabiano, leave my height to anyone who wants it.
I. Anna Carmosino, leave my best "pleated skirt" to Mr. Knock.
I, Mario Caruso, leave to Celestine Ianno, who is always smiling, my
stupid ability in trying new steps in rhumba and tango.
I, George Catalano, leave to Ierry Young my seat in the cafeteria so he
may see everything.
I, Richard Chase, hereby will Vito Busco my ability to lose weight.
I, Ioseph Conte, leave my volleyball ability to Bob Capaculli.
I, Mary Costantini, leave my "red" eye from fooling around' in gym, to
I, F rank Crisalli, leave my ability to get a girl like Iess to Tony Niccoletti
and Ierry Russo.
I, Carmen D'Eredita, leave to Mauro D'Eredita my spikes, gloves and
I, Iosephine DiPaola, having spent all my money on Senior dues, etc.,
have nothing to leave-not even to Antoinette Piccotti.
last will ant Testament
I, Richard Edwards, leave to a 2-1 the "Universal Saw" in wood shop
C the one I cut my hand onj.
I. Martha Emerson, leave to Ann Stearns all my gym classes.
I, Iessie Enzerillo, leave my favorite locker, 298, to Babe Zalla and Celia
I, William Fontano, leave my locker 257 to Iames DeStefano.
I, Ioan Franz. leave to some lucky 4-2 the ability to heckle Mr. Shoudy.
I, Paul Gibson, leave my ability to get along with all teachers to anyone
who wants it.
I, Robert Grabowski, hereby leave.
I, Ioan Haitz, leave my ability not to understand questions in English
to anyone who does.
I, Barbara Hoffman, leave my front row seat in 223 with its one eraser
filled typewriter, lots of typing paper and pencils, and one bewildered brain
to Sis Paolini.
I. William Hunter, leave my place in French class to another poor un-
I, Iack Kimmerle, leave to Biff DeCapria my baseball shoes.
I, Ianet Koegal, leave my seat in Miss Bishko's 4th period English class
to anyone who enjoys a good laugh now and then.
I, Helen Kramer, leave my job in the school office to some ambitious
I, Constance Lang, leave all my Tiani worries to the incoming president.
I, Carole Lenn, leave my position in the office to some ambitious sopho-
I, Richard Lombardo, leave a "thank you" to all those who helped with
the tasks and problems of the Class of '53.
I, Ioseph Luckette, hereby bequeath the editorialship of the "Holly
Herald" to Anthony Rocola.
I, Georgianna Mayo, leave my torn gym suit and broken bones to some
I, Dominick Mirizio, leave to some lucky 2-1 my ability to stay out of
trouble for three years.
I, Caroline Monticello, leave my 4-2 seat in art class to Maryann Massaro.
I, Eugene Menickelli, leave to some poor soul my alertness and intelli-
gence in Mr. Knock's class.
I, Raymond Mertens, leave my knee brace to anybody who needs it.
last will anti Testament
I, Ioseph Mezzatesta, leave my 10,000 points in three years of basketball
to Mauro D'Eredita.
I, Mary Alice Morgan, leave my shirt with the acid holes from Chemistry
to Celestine Ianno.
I, Glenn Parker, hereby bequeath my quietness to my brother Lee who
I, Dorothy Pendergast, leave my gym suit to any 2-1 who wants to take
I, Ann Marie Pesce, leave my gym suit which is almost new to anyone
who wants to give it a rough time.
I, Mary Rose Polisino, leave because I have to, not because I want to.
I, Catherine Ann Ponto, leave my typewriter in 223 that makes all the
mistakes to my sister Franny.
I, Tina Procopio, leave my oil paints and brushes to the Art Department
and Mrs. Marcia B. Conley.
I, Shirley Reale, leave my ability to sell doughnuts to Rosemarie Pagano.
I, Iohn Rotondo, leave my ability to get in the North "Diggin the Dirt"
gossip column monthly.
I, August Russo, leave to Phyllis Don Vito my ability to whirl and twirl.
I, Richard Rydelek, leave to Paul Musaio my ability to sing Jimmy Brown.
I, Gen Saya, leave to a future member of the next yearbook staff, my
recipe for making coffee at the meetings.
I, Vincent Scaravillo, leave Bill Salamone, Ioe Pocaro, and Carmen
Perrotti the problem of finding another car buddy.
I, Regina Schumer, leave my love for sewing to any honest, deserving
I, lean Schwenn, do hereby leave French to anyone willing to take it.
I, Rose Ann Siriano, leave Annette Salamino my gym suit-if she can
I, Rosina Stagnitta, leave my senior homeroom seat to my cousin, Esther
I, Ioyce Stiles, bequeath my title of Class Blonde to Iean Cooper.
THE IANUARY GRADUATES OF NORTH HIGH SCHOOL, 1953
VOLUME I, NUMBER 1
Let's look to the defenders of our fair land
for old North alumni. We find Bill Hunter,
Paul Gibson and Frank Bufano who have re-
ceived rewards for piloting jets faster than the
chatter of Mary Alice Morgan. Some feat isn't
it? We also find North graduates in the Navy.
Pete Asterino, Dick Rydelek, and Ioe Conti
represent the blue.
The Baseball Writers Association today
chose lack Kimmerle as the Most Valuable
Player of the National League. Among others
receiving votes were Ray Mertens, Glenn
Parker, and Richard Chase.
VVOES OF AN OPERATOR
That favorite radio chatter program featuring
Mary Alice Morgan is becoming one of the
nation's tops. A half hour of continual chatter
with no advertisement, will be taken up this
week by visits from Syracuse telephone opera-
tors. Among them we find Ieanne Schwenn,
Ioyce Stiles, Anne Caltabiano and Ann Pesci.
They will relate "Woes of an Operator."
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The Women's Bowling Championship is to
be decided tonight with such famous stars as
Shirley Reale, defending champion, Helen
Kramer and Barbara Belasco.
LeMoyne College helds its annual reunion
at the famous North Star Hotel operated by
Auggie Russo and Ann Dwyer. Among those
present were prominent Syracusans, Mary
Rose Polisino, Vincent Scaravillo, Gene
Menickelli, and Iohn Rotondo. Speaker of the
evening was Professor Paul Beuscher. His topic
was, "The Mystery of the Cyclatron" or "What
Makes a Bomb Tick." His associates Janet
Koegal and Ioan Franz were unable to attend
because of I.S. and R.B.
Pastel-colored television was viewed with
pleasure by America as presented by its pro-
moters, Dominick Mirizio and Frank Crisalli.
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The Mechanics Club of Syracuse recently
elected new officers: President-Richard Ed-
wards, Treasurer-George Catalano, Secretary
Rain and Snow
I ANUARY, 1963
LADIES IN THE NEWS
The Professional Businesswomen's Associa-
tion of Syracuse held its bi-monthly meeting
in the Blue Room of the Syracuse Hotel last
Wednesday. Guest speakers included Dorothy
Pendergast, personal secretary to I. B. Blair,
world renowned physicist.
A lecture will be given this week in Syracuse
by those famous co-authors of "Secretarial
Shortcuts" or "Short Forms cf Shorthand,"
Cenevieve Saya and Rose Ann Siriano.
Dancing lessons are given at the famous
"Caruso Dancing Studios." Mario Caruso, pro-
prietor, has announced that the new and
popular dance, "Waltz of the North Wind"
Cno connection with a newspaper of the same
namej, are on the schedule. Lovely instructors
such as Iosephine DePaolo and Mary Cos-
tantini make it "fun to learn."
A group of Syracuse teachers have joined to
protest the conditions of schools which have
existed for years. Leaders in this protest are
Barbara Hoffman, Betty Bogensperger, Tina
Procopio, and Georgianna Mayo. Their motto
is "do or die" CTime of funerals will be an-
nounced at a later date.j
Adding the modern touch to the New York
Skyline is the rising young architect, Dick
Lombardo. His newest building plans include
a glass skyscraper adjacent to the United
The world is breathlessly awaiting the out-
come of the 1963 Miss America contest. Among
the many beauteous finalists are-Marion Bar-
ber of Sun Valley, Idaho: Sue Barry of New
York City: Connie Lang of Hollywood, Cali-
fornia: Carole Lenn of Houston, Texas: and
Iessie Enzerillo of Las Vagas, Nevada.
Ioe Luckette, a young politician who is carry-
ing his campaign for Congressman throughout
New York State, is scheduled to speak at a
political rally in his home town tonight. Accom-
panying him are his campaign manager, Sam
Calcgero, and a group of advisors including
Ioe Mezzatesta, and Carmen D'Eredita.
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Lillian Mancini, Mary Alice Morgan, Mary Constantini, Charles
Luttinger, Rose Marie Boccola.
Pat Onofri, Bruce Wright, Iesse Enzerillo, William Fantano,
Ioan Haitz, Charlene Schmid, Mary Lou Hill.
Bill Salomone, Ioanne Fazio, Ann Rispoli, Norma Pullano,
Barbara DiSiato, Helen Kramer, Vernon Stevens, Michael Izzo.
Anfirew Ianniello, Andy Pompo.
CAPS AND GOWNS
Lorraine Natalie, Emelia Poalini, Iames Massad, Peter Buttaro,
Iohn Grosso, Lorraine Parise.
Io Anne Saya
Ioan DeMasco1i, Frances Barillo, Ciro Tantillo, Dan Carfagno,
Gene Menickelli, Paul Beuscher, Sue Barry, Anthony Stirnson,
Marlene Campione, Marilyn Gwynn.
Variety Sham Cllummittee
The Senior Variety Show of 1953 was one of the outstanding events of
the term. This is the group responsible for putting on such an enjoyable
performance. As a result of the hard work of the cast and committee, a
most successful and enjoyable show was presented.
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Carmen D'Eredita, Ioyce S.iles, Marion Barber.
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Svtuhent acultp Cllnmmittee
This is the group responsible for North's first Student Government in
many years. Under the leadership of this group, we hope to improve North
cnd rise to top rank among the city schools.
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Did you read the gossip column? I can't translate these initials. These
are the first words uttered when the paper comes out. The North Wind stuff
deserves much credit for the many interesting articles which our paper one
of the best in the city schools,
The Aelioian Society was formed in order to create a greater spirit of
co-operation. Its many members always look forward to the many varied
activities this society undertakes.
Io Anne Saya
Mary Lou Hill
Mrs. Taft, Miss Todd
The girls in Ceroean look forward to their annual formal dance. The
purpose behind the formation of Ceroean was forming a greater bond between
Tiani's constitution reads "Tiani serves to promote democracy in the
school and increase loyalty to North." The members of this society prove
this by their annual Faculty Tea, mother and daughter banquet, Spring Prom.
and annual sleighride.
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Girls' berhire league
The girls in G.S.L. give their services to the office, library, cafeteria. and
bookroom. Among the many activities this club sponsors, the annual football
dance is the highlight of the year's events.
Doing clerical work cmd volunteering their services in anyway possible
is the main goal of this club. Their work is greatly appreciated at the Bed
The musical students of North High School find enjoyment in participating
in this group. Under the direction of Mr. Grier, our band has provided many
of North's musicals with unique arrangements.
This is an organization for the new students who are interested in music.
These girls enjoy meeting to sing pieces arranged for soprano and alto voices.
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The Special Ensemble has made quite a name for itself among the many
music centers of Syracuse. This group has become a credit to North High
School, and is noted for its fine choral arrangements.
Troubled math students greatly appreciate the help given them by these
math wizards. You must maintain an average of 85? or better, and have
acquired a math regents mark of 9096 or above, to be a member of this
Among the many services these ambitious young men have rendered to
North this year, was the awarding of a trophy to the most valuable player on
the football squad. To serve and better the school, is the main purpose of
the Key Club.
This is a group of young people interested in knowing more about science
than they can learn in the classroom.
The boys in Hi-Y are always ready to serve the school in anyway possible.
They do, however. find time to enjoy themselves at their annual banquet,
which is the biggest event of the club.
Betty Iane Ccxmpitello
One of the joys of high school is participating in extra-curricular activities.
The Senior Choir is one of many at North. Those in the Choir find joy in
singing and bring this joy to others.
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Oh North beloved Alma Mater
We lift our voice in praise to thee,
Proudly towering on your hilltop
Your rugged strength is plain to see.
Above the shores of Onondaga
You firmly stand against the sky,
Your sturdy walls a mighty symbol
Of the glory of North High.
Touchdown we're marching down the field boys
And there's a victory in sight.
We'll cheer until the game is over
Fight, team, fight, Maroon and White.
Touchdown we're out to win the game boys.
Our stonewall line will never yield,
North High beloved Alma Mater
The best team on the field.
Soon We'll leave our books and classes
And soon We'll leave these friendly halls,
But we will always love and cherish
The fun we had within these walls
And when these few short years are over:
We'll sing our praises to thee still.
North High, beloved Alma Mater
Our home on Windy Hill.
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April 18, 1937
"He is well paid that is satisfied"
The most recent newcomer to
North is Ruggero. Although he is
a new student, he has quickly made
a lot of friends. "Hog" will go to
the College ot Applied Science at
S. U. come September.
October 20, 1935
"To be merry best becomes you"
Although this petite young miss
has been kept busy in the bcokrocm.
she has found time for many school
activities. Among these activities
are G.S.L., Ceroean, bowlinq, volley-
ball, and chcir. Iosie's plans for the
future are the same as many oi
ours. She plans to become a pri-
vate secretary for a handsome boss.
PATRICIA ANN AZZOTO
August 3, 1934
"A golden treasure is the tired
"Trich" has listed these activities
during her three years at North:
G.S.L., bowling, and Ceroean. Our
class actress enjoys dancing and
being with Ioe B. Her plans tor the
future are to become a comptom-
eter operator and a successful mar-
riage to Ioe. Smooth sailing to both
May 19, 1935
"Thine eyes would emulate the
"Fran," our black-haired beauty.
has been quite an active member
ot G.S.L. Besides G.S.L., Fran has
participated in bowling and the
many various activities ot Ceroean.
Besides writing to M.G., she likes to
skate and dance. Her future am-
bition is to work in an otiice after
graduation, and then marriage tc
M.G. All the luck in the world.
March ll, 1935
"A man is always better than a
Dancing, looking at TV, and buy
ing the latest records were liste
by "Annie" as her hobbies. In th
near tuture you will find Annie
working for some lucky boss, anc
Iuly 12, 1936
"Thy greatest help is quiet"
"Ian" is especially fond ot ice
skating, roller skating, and watch-
ing wrestling matches. She has
been an active member ot the For-
estry Club. Her plans for the future
are to become a good secretary and
later a housewife.
May 2, 1935
"Gent1e in manner: strong in
"Ho," who was voted our quietest
senior, is never heard around North,
but when there's work to be done,
:he's always in there pitching. She
has been a member ot the Sopho-
more Choir, Senior Chcir, badminton
team and has been a reporter for
the newspaper. Her future plans in-
clude working at the Easy Washer
Company as a secretary.
August 24, 1935
"As good as gold"
"Bo," as she is known to most of
us, is an active member ot the Sen-
ior Choir and G.S.L. Her hobbies
are: watching TV, going to the
movies, and chewing gum. Bar-
bara is a very talented girl and we
know she will make good in any-
thing she attempts.
March 9, 1936
"Honor is the reward ot virtue"
The Key Club and the Red Cross
have helped "Kenuck" to obtain the
title ot the boy who did most for
North. Chemical engineering will
take up most oi Kenuck's time after
August 24, 1935
"Little picture painted well"
This busy little miss has spent
her three years at North being a
member ot many various activities
such as Ceroean, Red Cross, choir,
swimming, bowling. volleyball, and
Dramatic Club. The Crouse-Irving
School of Nursing is "Budgie's" next
Iune 20, 1935
"Happiness seems made to be
"Cel," a faithful fan of Iulius La
Rosa, has been busy contributing
her voice to the Sophomore and
Senior Choirs. Aelioian, tennis, and
ice skating have also taken up much
oi "Cel's" time. She plans to study
nursing at Cornell University, and
also study the "interns."
FANNY MARIE CALOGERO
October 24, 1935
"Merrily, Merrily, shall l live'
Being an active member of the
Italian Club, newspaper, softball,
rangers, swimming, and volleyball
teams has kept "Pee Wee" busy
during her stay at North. She plans
to become a comptometer operator
for a big concern.
October 28. 1936
"With mirth and laughter all
"Katie," a very sociable girl, has
been in the Sophomore Choir, Sen-
ior Choir, Pilot Club, and Italian
Club. We learned also, that "Katie"
likes to sew. The business world
will claim this young lass.
November 20, 1935
"Monday's child is F air of F ace"
"Mar," whose favorite hobby is
talking to the girls, also enjoys
playing tennis, ice skating, and
dancing. She has also been a mem-
ber of the Dramatic Club. Marlene
hasn't decided whether to be a so-
cial worker or to work in a law
of-tice, but we know she will be
happy in any field she chooses.
SHIRLEY A. CAMPIONE
May 1, 1936
"In friendship, I early was taught
Shirley, the smiling lass behind
the cash register in the cafeteria,
has managed to squeeze G.S.L. and
Ceroean into her busy life. In her
spare time, our friendliest senior
enjoys being with the girls and hav-
ing a good time. Shirley's next step
leads to nursing. We're sure her
friendly charm will make her a suc-
cess in whatever she undertakes.
Sentara uf Zlune lass
BETTY JANE CAMPITELLO
September 11, 1935
"Thy voice is a celestial melody"
We will never forget seeing
"B.I.," the voice, running to school
early in the morning for rehearsals
of the Girls' Sextette, Sophomore
Choir, Senior Choir, and Special
Ensemble. When not singing or
hanging around with Liz and the
gang, she was busy with Ceroean,
newspaper, and editing the year-
book. Planning to use her commer-
cial course, Betty will try her luck
in the secretarial field.
Ianuary 25, 1936
"Each mind has its own method"
A very talented artist is our "Ro."
Besides spending a lot of time
sketching and painting, she likes to
dance, sing, and swim. She also
likes to receive letters. Her iuture
lies in the business world, and in
Iune, '54, she plans to go to Cali-
August 17, 19359"Uj ANN,
"Men oi few words are the b
Here's a boy with a bright
ahead of him. Dan, who wa d
the boy most likely to succee , has
been a faithful member of the Sen-
ior Choir, treasurer of the Science
Club, vice-president and treasurer
of Pi Omicron. Dan hasn't decided
about his future, but we know as
lonq as he can stay away from the
army he will be happy.
October 23, 1935
"Every believer is God's miracle"
Being in school at 8:59 every
morning is a great accomplishment
for our Mary. She always manages
to slip into 115 just in the nick of
time. When she isn't sleeping, she
manages to participate in Senior
Choir, Sophomore Choir. volleyball,
badminton, and softball, "Mar"
plans to become a secretary before
May 8, 1936
"Elected silence sing to me"
If ever you need a hard worker
and a real friend, "Char" is the girl
you're looking for. She has helped
in many ways by being a member
ot G.S.L., working in the bookroom,
secretary ot Aelioian, and a very
good Business Manager for the
North Wind. Charlotte plans to enter
C.C.B.I. and then go into the busi-
April ll. 1935
"It's good to be merry and wise"
An ardent tan of the "Nationals,"
Rita has 'kept her eye on just one
certain player by the name of Dolph
Schayes. "Civi" has been a mem-
ber of the volleyball, softball, bad-
minton, servus ball, and rangers
teams. She has also participated in
the Senior and Sophomore Choir.
She aspires to become a secretary
in the very near future.
MARIANNE I. CONTE
September 21, 1936
"The variety of all things forms
Here's a girl who was born with
more energy than most cf us will
ever have. "Mare" has to have a
lot of energy to keep her qoinq in
softball, volleyball, swimming, bad-
minton, and rangers. Being as quiet
as she is. it is sometimes hard to tel'
she's around. Comptometer School
will be Marianne's destination.
October 16, 1935
"Second thoughts are ever wiser"
Newspaper, Ceroean, Dramatic
Club, swimming, badminton take up
most of "Corky's" time. The remain-
ing time is taken up by Pat. Be-
ing a Lab Technician, and being
with Pat are the first things of the
future that Corinne will fulfill.
April 27, 1935
"Ah, but I think better than f say"
This little bundle of delicrht
branched out into many of North's
activities. Among these are Cercean.
treasurer of Dramatic Club, and the
North Wind staff. For her future
plans. working in an office and
making money do not seem to be
too exact, but her later plans with
Shelly are down pat.
September 24, l935
"Truth is the highest thing that
man may keep"
Bob, our shy student, has kept his
activities a secret, but has revealed
his hobbies are: swimming, fishing,
and hunting. Cl-Iunting what is not
knownj?? Bcb plans to study his
favorite and beloved "chemistry"
up on the hill come fall. Good luck,
bzniurs uf Blunt lass
February l, 1935
"He stands erect: his sfouch
becomes a wa1k"
"Moose Ir." has his future all
planned. He wants to spend at least
four years in the Marines or Para-
troops. He has not participated in
any after school activities, but he
likes to play basketball. We know
that North will be proud of their
representative in the Armed Forces.
IOSEPH DE CICCO
Ianuary 9, 1935
"l hope I shall have leisure to
- make good"
When"'Lucky" is not with I.M.,
he can be found bowling and play-
ing'volleyball. Ioe likes to play in
sports after school. His future plans
include 'a hitch with the Army and
then marrying into money. CNice
work if you can do it.D
IOAN DE MASCOLI
Iune 23, 1935
"Ah, why should life all labor be?"
Riding with Louie and having
little spats are Ioan's hobbies. Be-
sides hanging around with the girls.
Ioanie has participated in G.S.L..
Ceroean, and the Commencement
Committee. Her plans include going
to Comptometer School and getting
married to Louie. Best of luck, Ioan.
MARY ANN DE PIETRO
October 10. 1935
"She makest us merry: she is
full of pleasure"
Ceroean, swimming, bowlinq, and
talking to Dizzy on the telephone
have taken up most of "Mar's"
time. She also enjoys wearing out
Fran's new records. Her future is
undecided, but we know that what-
ever field she enters, she will be
October 26, 1934
"Dreamer of Dreams"
"Satch," our male half of the
class couple, will next be seen on
the Syracuse University Campus.
He plans to study Business Admin-
ist ation. Most of his time is spent
with Ruth. He still finds time to
enjoy his hobbies of hunting, fish-
ing, and sleeping. We know he will
be a success in his future plans.
May 5, 1936
"Golden hair like sunlight
The quotation above fits the de-
scription of our class blonde. "Barb"
has listed bowling, Vice-pres. of
Aelioian, G.S.L., Red Cross, Sopho-
more Choir, and accompanist for the
Senior Choir as her extra-curricular
activities. S.U. or Cornell University
will claim this fair beauty in the
field of Home Economics.
M 5, 1934
" onvelwjgn makes one what
5 Btyides le g Ia veryd letic
Iii? at No , an will al y be
yrnemb red f 'he ent f ak-
ing rybodyf ou her feel h
top f the worlgi her sport ie
-vblleybcll. ha amen, nbcll,
rangers, and bowlin haye een her
main games. She rticipated
in Ceroean and .S. .,' The Tele-
phone Company ' claim our
bundle of joy and w tch out be-
cause she's a fast ope tor!!!
October 27, 1935
"Every way makes my gain"
This energetic senior divides her
time between volleyball, softball.
swimming, bowling, badminton, ran-
gers, Dramatic Club, Sophomore and
Senior Choir, servus ball, Chairman
of the Senior Picnic, and Sports An-
nouncer. For loanne's future she
writes "I'll never tell."
August 31, 1934
"Patience is sorrow's salve"
Here's a girl who will do well in
the business world. Annette claims
she likes to dance. sing. ice skate,
roller skate, and best of all, going
to Ian's house. She is planning to
settle down after working for a
August 3, 1935
"Tum over a new leaf"
"Fletch," a comparatively new
student to North, can always be
found chatting with the kids in the
hall. He has not found enough
time to participate in any activities,
but has found some time outside of
school for sports. Leonard will at-
tend some college and then go into
Retail Business Management.
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Seniors uf Euan lass !'Q'1f,Av if ff
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ber 3 1935
" J' to resolve, a d patient to .
Athletics have tt? p ' ood
deal of "Froggie's" t' t North.
Ida Mae has been active par-
ing, b n, servus ball. and
softba . Sports. however. aren't
her y interest. She also managed
to be a member of G.S.L., 4F Club,
Dramatic Club, North Wind, and
Sophomore and Senior Choirs. We
know she will be a successful sec-
retary. Good Luck!
ticipmtr all, rangers, bowl-
February 10, 1935
"This is the thing I was born to do"
To enter the business world and
become a successful business
woman is "Ian's" ambition. Al-
though Ianice has kept many of her
activities a secret to us, we've found
out that she is active in art work.
We, of the yearbook staff, wish
Ianice loads of luck in the future.
Iune 13, 1934
"Youth is full of pleasure"
What number please? These very
familiar words will be spoken by
"Kitty" after graduation. Most of
her time has been taken up with
dancing, swimming, driving, and
watching TV. After becoming a
telephone operator, she will put in
her order for marriage.
May 12, 1935
"The very flower of youth"
A quiet and studious miss is
Gloria. If you need an answer. just
ask her. She has been active with
the Science Club, Italian Club, Sen-
ior Choir. Ceroean, Dramatic Club.
and the newspaper staff. She will
enter college in the fall.
Ianuary 16, 1936
"An honest man's the noblest
work of God"
In the early morning Bob can be
found in the auditorium, usually
still asleep, playing the trombone
in "Z" flat. He's proved to be very
valuable to Mr. Grier. Besides the
band, Hi-Y. Pi Omicron. bowling,
and volleyball have been a part of
Bob's extra-curricular activities.
When Bob goes to college. he plans
to get himself a Rolls-Royce. Happy
BARBARA DE SIATO
September 12, 1935
"Many smalls make a great"
When "Dizzy's" not with Fran and
the gang, you can find her partici-
pating in Ceroean, G.S.L., and bowl-
ing. On a rainy night you can
usually find her listening to the
"Sandman Serenade." another of
her favorite pastimes. The business
world will be lucky when it claims
CONSTAN E DE STE O
, "Iune AY935
5 ,f,- "Mer as e day is 1ong"
'LCE-A-M H TEAM. These have
been the rds op C nnie. We
were not surprisecldxto ' d out that
she ms voted thd most popular girl
in 'nffh' class. She has
brought' lot ot spirit and fun into
all of our games. Connie has
claimed Senior Choir, Aelioian.
bowling, head cheerleader, and
asst. treasurer of the senior class.
C.C.B.l. will claim this young miss.
ANITA Dl BELLO
February 3, 1936
"A merry heart goes all the clay"
Dancing, tennis, and riding are
"Ni's" favorite pastimes, but she
has found time to participate in the
Dramatic Club. Anita can always
be iound having a good laugh with
the gang. C.C.B.I. is this young
lady's destination in Iune.
MARY DI BELLO
March 21, 1934
"True wit is eve as 'ng,
e the s "
a ver gi ar nd these
esides kee 'ng everybody
ha py, she clai h activities as:
Ceroean, G.S.l.., If , Sen-
ior Choir, baseb l, l a , Dra-
matic Club, and Vari ty S Com-
mittee. Her plans for ture
to go to Ho come a
famous movie s ar. CWe know the
walk will do her goodj.
IAMES DI DOMENICO
October 4, 1935
"The man has hidden talents"
When "Suke" isn't bowling or
playing volleyball, you can find
him sleeping. Iimmy is a real quiet
lad. and is well liked by fellow
students. Morrisville will claim hin'
Seniors of Slime lass
luly 24. 1935
"One enemy is too much"
A very nice girl to know is "Lo."
She is always willing to help when
you need it most. Aelioian, volley-
ball, badminton, softball, rangers,
swimming, and servus ball have
kept her quite busy. "Lo's" main
hobby is to stay with the girls after
school for sports. The business
world is her destination.
CARMELLA DI MAURO
August 30, 1935
"Patience is a remedy for every
Even though Ioarme Cusick and
Celia Paladine take up most of
Millie's time. she still finds plenty
of time for the Y-Teens, dancing, and
singing. Millie has her future pretty
well planned. Her next three steps
will be stenography, marriage, and
PHYLLIS DON VITO
September 17, 1935
"As good as a play"
"Phyll" has found fun partici-
pating in Ceroean Society, G.S.L..
and the Variety Show Committee.
Among her hobbies are dancing.
talking, snapping gum, and dieting.
We hope that her future plans will
come true: being a secretary to a
handsome. six foot. unattached
blonde. Happy hunting.
September 29, 1934
"Newer ways are ours"
Being a member of Pi Omicron
for three terms and president for
one term has had David busy. He
is a very good driver and always
seems to find the best spct to park
his car in front of the school. The
College of Engineering at S.U. will
be his next stop until Uncle Sam
makes difiererrt plans for him.
February 12, 1935
"A little bait often catches a
A real sleepy-time gal is Ann.
She just hates to get up in the
morning, but is a very spry qirl
when she gets started. Ann plans
to enter Comptometer School after
graduation. She intends to get a
good job and make a lot of money.
Ianuary 17, 1935
"How the wit brightens! how
the style refines"
Listening to dreamy music, swim-
ming, going to the show, and watch-
ing TV were listed by "Pam" as
her relaxation during spare mo-
ments. She has been very busy
lately helping out at the Orchid
Shoppe. She plans to beccme a tele-
phone operator after graduation.
November 10, 1934 7
"The bet I day, the b deed"
To e co e, a t o jo'n
Henry h s p ayed volleyball during
his s are mQ likes
to drive'1'irourrd'iin his c and pick
upliis buiiiss.-- im all the
luck there i
'after sf l
Manager Andy s
May 18, 1935
"The forehead is the gate
of the mind"
Tiani, Sophomore Choir, Senior
Choir, swimming, Forestry Club, Red
Cross, and badminton have kept
"Fran" busy during her three years
at North. We've also found out that
she likes to write letters as a hobby.
Frances, who is now working at
the First Trust and Deposit Bank,
will continue her work as a book-
May 14. 1936
"l have no quarrels or arguments"
We have a secret we must tell
on "Corky," We found out through
the grapevine that her real nick-
name is "Ga Ga." She dcesn't want
anybody to know this, so I'm just
telling you. She has been a mem-
ber of the Dramatic Club, bowling,
and president and treasurer of
Aelioian. "Corky" plans to attend
C.C.B.l. and then become a secre-
Seniors uf guns lass
August 12, 1935
"Great is truth, and mighty
above all things"
Besides liking to be with L.S.,
"Flossie" enjoys working on the
newspaper as well as reading it
over and over again. Her future
holds Practical Nursing at the top
of her long list of plans.
February 15, 1935
"A golden treasure is the tried
You've seen "Lill" many times in
the bookroom having a talk with
Mr. Weater. Besides working in the
bookroom, she was a member of
G.S.L., and bowling. Lillian lists her
hobbies as listening to good music,
and good movies. She plans to work
in an office and have long luxurious
vacations. Good Luck, Lillian.
December 31, 1933
"Sacred and sweet was all
I saw in her"
Our feminine half of the class
couple is new to this school, but
everyone has found it quite easy to
make her feel ct home. During her
short stay, she has found time only
for "Cosie" and chemistry. We are
proud to say that the nursing pro-
fession will claim another North
High graduate. ,
', September 5, 1934
"He hath a heart as sound as a
We all seem to enjoy watching
"Punch's" face getting red when
he's spoken to. All kidding asiltle,
he's a real nice lad. He has given
a helping hand 'tokl-Ii-Y and also to
the voQyball'team. Ierry plans to
enlist in the ,service after gradua-
tion. QThat's a new twistD.
MICHAEL LAPORTA IR.
August 26, 1935
"Men oi light and leading"
Il you want a good fight on poli-
tics, just see Mike: he'll give you a
good one. Besides politics, he has
been the school photographer, and
Manager oi the basketball team.
Mike has thought of his future for
a long time, and we know he will
be happy in his chosen field, a
Roman Catholic Priest.
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Ianuary 13, 1936
"Sweets to the sweet: farewell!"
When "I's" not going out with
Neil and dancing, she can be found
helping the choir and the Dramatic
Club. She can cut a rug pretty well,
too. Future plans include working
at the Telephone Company. and
then marriage. Good Luck.
GRACE MARIE GIGANTE
February 25, 1935
"Shall I compare thee to a
While at North, Ella has been an
active participant in Aelioian, bowl-
ing, Senior Choir. and swimming.
Outside of school, Ella finds pleas-
ure in dancing and roller skating.
Her plans after graduation are to
work at the Telephone Company as
a comptometer operator.
ebru 24. 1934
' n ore my ladies"
,QV en m tion th any ac-
ities "Big Lou." have o
menti ei t e sc ol gy
cond ho ou s
spend more e at s second
home. He has een a member of
the basketball, football, and volley-
frm th h or
's , "Bi h " '
t e plan e t e l ed at
' ig Iohn's ar" o he can
Apnl 4 1935
"Like a fair lily on a river floating
This sweet girl with a pleasing
smile is always busy with some
thing, but has found time to be a
member of the choir. Ceroean, and
G.S.L. "Millie" likes to dance, sing,
and skate. The future will find he
working as a secretary-and then
September 7, 1935
"He gives light as soon as he rises"
Here's a boy with a lot of knowlt
edge. Maybe that's why he was
voted most studious, but whatevei
the reason was he really deserved
the honor. "Puddy" has been active
in Key Club. Pi Omicron, Science
Club, Band and Track. He plans tc
enter college to study medicine.
Sentara uf 3Iune lass
September 5, 1935
"I will be the pattern of all
Nothing is ever dull with Denise
around. She is the lively one of
the Gurzny twins. Although Mau-
reen does her share, Denise is by
far the winner. Bowling, Aelioian,
and the Dramatic Club have been
her main interests during her stay
at North. She would like to go to
business school and learn how to
work business machines, and then
she will enter a business office.
September 5, 1935
"Know thy opportunity"
Comptometer School is the des-
tination ot one of our sweetest
seniors, Maureen. She is also think-
ing of business school or bookkeep-
ing and accounting as her future
ambitions. Maureen's activities at
North have included Aelioian, North
Wind Staff, Dramatic Club, and
bowling. We wish her success in
the wide world of business.
MARILYN FRANCES GWYNN
September 8, 1935
"ln each cheek appears a dimple"
We think our class smile prac-
tices on a certain boy, namely Paul
B. When Marilyn isn't with Paul.
she can be found at a meeting of
Aelioian, G.S.L., Sophomore Choir.
and Senior Choir. Her future is
pretty well planned. As soon as
Paul finishes college, they will take
the final step.
MARY LOUISE HILL
Ianuary 24. 1936
"I have a heart with room
for every joy"
Teaching kindergarten is Mary
Lou's future ambition. During her
stay at North, she has been active
in Aelioian, Sophomore and Senior
Choirs, Science Club. Dramatic Club.
and volleyball. Her favorite hobbies
are art and music. Mary Lou plans
to study for the teaching profession
at Syracuse University. We know
she'll make many little kiddies very
happy as their teacher.
ANDREW A. IANNIELLO
Ianuary 16, 1936
"The soul of this man is his clothes"
There's no doubt in our mind that
"Bagnee" is the slickest dresser
around North: so when the best
'ressed senior was picked. Andy
'an away with the election. He has
been busy in the Key Club. volley-
ball. swimming, Psych Club, and
playing tennis. Andy would like to
be a TV Director with Andy Pompo
singer, Mike I. dancer, Tony R. en-
gineer. Happy headaches, Andy.
Iune 8, 1935
"Your wit makes others witty"
Any time you want to kill five
minutes in an assembly, just ask
"Beaky" to tell a joke. Funny thing.
though, his jokes are usually good.
Besides his clowning, he likes to
dabble with chemicals, and was
chosen our mad scientist. Iim has
been active in Key Club, Science
Club, newspaper, bowling, and vol-
leyball. He is the first president in
many years of our new student gov-
ernment. He will enter the College
of Forestry at S.U.
" yur YANN MASSAIBO
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Senior Choir, Sextette, ecial En-
semble, Sophomore hoir have
kept I " rr plans to
go to ollege for physiealvgducation,
and then become a teacher.
ROSE MARIE MAZZOTTI
November 30, 1934
"Each mind has its own method"
It you're- looking for trouble, just
get tough with "Pee Wee." The
girls in gym know what we mean.
She really has muscles. Volleyball,
badminton, rangers, softball, play-
day, servus ball, and bowling have
made those muscles possible. Rose
Marie plans to work in an industrial
plant after graduation.
PATRICIA MC NAMARA
August 23, 1935
"Not a word"
Working at the bank has kept
Pat busy, but in her spare time she
has honored us with her presence
in Tiani, Forestry Club, Senior Choir,
and swimming. She plans to con-
tinue working at the bank, then
marriage and a family. Loads of
Luck, and don't take any wooden
J ifilvlhdgw ll
L Zaz IO C
" d wosa
go d fellow"
Th speedy boy in basketball,
baseball, and volleyball, gave
North the spark in all of its sports.
Even though "Zaz" has not given a
preference as to the college he will
attend, we know he will be suc-
cessful in anything he puts his
whole mind and heart into.
beniurs uf Klum Qlllass
February 20, 1934
"No one knows what he can do
until he tries"
We all will remember "Fritzie,"
our jittsrbug boy. When not at a
Iam Session, he can be found bowl-
ing or playing volleyball. We all
know your father would like you to
follow in his footsteps by being a
butcher, but whether you enter the
business world or the meat business,
always try to have and be the best.
March 16, 1935
"I'll tell the world"
"Babs," who likes to be different,
has kept North alive. She has been
a member ot Ceroean and the swim-
ming team. Have you seen her
drive her car with the girls in the
back seat? She can really handle
that car. In the near future she
plans to buy a Cadillac and see the
FRANCES C. MUSEUMS
August 17, 1935
"And the dancers whirl round
A lovely voice, a happy person-
ality, and a swell person to know
-that's our "Chicky." Frances has
a full list of activities: Sophomore
Choir, Senior Choir, Special Ensem-
ble, Girls' Sextette, G.S.L., Aelioian,
badminton, and the Variety Show
Committee. Our feminine best
dancer hopes to become a comptom-
eter operator at Carrier Corp., and
we know that her machine will
jump with rhythm.
November 21, 1935
"Sweeter also than honey
and the honeycomb"
When not with I.K.. Mary can be
found at a newspaper or Ceroean
meeting. Mary was a member of
the Sophomore Choir, and she cer-
tainly can sew. Her future plans
consist of stenography and a cer-
tain I.K. Good luck in everything
the future holds for you.
LOR IN N
b 3. 1934
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mg, d t e t about
all ' r 's" t' e r ne has
de ed to E- usin world
a then: well u our imagination.
I really don't t k I have to tell
you. Good luck in all you plan to
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J ROGER LEONARDO
luly ll, 1935
"On every mountain height is rest"
"Captain Video" has been a well- '
liked boy while at North. He has
given a helping hand to the track
team and is interested in all sports. I
To work as a lay-out man at Brown-
Lipe while being in the National
Guard is his next step in the future.
Ianuary 15, 1935
"Men are used as they use others"
Bill is a favorite fan of the
Yankees as Mr. Ackerman well
knows. Besides living up to his
reputation as best looking boy of
the Iune class, he has been a mem-
ber of the yearbook staff, president
of Hi-Y, Sports Announcer, track,
volleyball, and Admiral of the
Turkish Navy. Bill plans to enter
Syracuse University to study pre-
med., and we feel sure that he'll be
October 27, 1935
"Haste makes waste"
Anne lists volleyball, softball,
badminton, choir, and bowling as
her activities at North. In her spare
time "Bullore" likes going out with
I.F., I.F., and lean. Listening to
good music is another favorite pas-
time. After graduation Anne would
like to be a secretary at either
Brace, Mueller and Huntley Com-
pany or the Telephone Company.
March 16, 1936
"How near to gocd is what is fair"
"Ar" has kept most of her activi-
ties a dark secret, but we know
that she has helped Mr. Weafer in
the bookroom first period. We also
know that she likes to dance. Her
future plans include becoming a
comptometer operator and later on
LORRAINE H. LUKACS
September 20, 1935
"You stand in your own 1ight"
Every spare moment that can be
found by "Lorry" is spent roller
skating, seeing M.C., and dancing.
In the near future she plans to be-
uaqi Iroinredo reieuroiduros ra euros
marriage and a family.
September 25, 1935
"It is not strength, but art"
Chuck is kept busy with football,
track, volleyball, bowling, and Hi-Y.
On the side, Chuck is the "Captain
of the Turkish Navy." Attending
scme college is his goal. He would
also like to participate on the gym-
nastic teams. We're sure h 'll do
good in anything he-u dert es.
A TOIN ON '
" ar and Spice and
May 31, 1935
"F or her untrodden paths of life"
"Lil" is a girl who deserves a
lot of thanks for all the work she
has done for the newspaper. That
is one of the reasons why she has
been chosen the qirl who did the
most for North. Besides the news-
paper, Lillian has had time to be a
member of Aelioian, Senior Motto
Committee, and Home Room Repre-
sentative. She plans to become a
private secretary for two years and
then go to Europe.
October 13, 1935
"Live and think"
Our buddy with the cheese truck
is none other than "Leech." When
not driving his yellow cheese truck,
he can be found at Key Club, vol-
leyball, bowling, track, and being
late for rehearsals. LeMoyne or
S.U. will be his next step if Uncle
Sam doesn't interfere.
October 7, 1934
"Every way makes my gain"
Helping out in the bookroom and
being a member of the Senior Choir,
Special Group, Red Cross, and
G.S.L. have kept our "Liz" busy. If
you ever want to get a word in
edgewise you can't, because Iean
just loves to make conversation. She
plans to become a secretary to some
v a Wig
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Betty lane Campitello
Lorraine Hood Ida Mae Fragola
Daniel Carfagno Charlotte Christoffel
i Barbara DeSiato
Rose Marie Bocola
Elizabeth Sicari Denise Gurzny A
Roger Aitala lean Mafschnef Lorraine Parise
, .X ,
Maryann Massaro David Eggert Catherine Panto
Phyllis Don Vito, Gloria Garden, Cecila Busco, Florence Hart, Iean Schlie, Anthony Stimson, Lillian
Mancini, Barbara Boshart, Iames Massad, Barbara Fandrich, Lois Dillabough, Mary Castrilli, Corrine
Iohnson, Charlene Schmid, Bruce Wright, Robert Coughlin, Annette Salamino, Shirley Nesci. Cannella
Di Mauro, Fanny Calogero, Mary Louise Hill, IoAn ne Saya, Anne Battaglino, Michael Pauls, Frances
'last will ani: tliestament
WE, the seniors, being sound of mind and memory hereby bequeath cmd publish our Last Will and Testa-
Iosephine Alibrandi, leave my ability to be happy to some unhappy sophomore.
Patricia Anne Azzoto, leave my ability for singing without a sound in music to any daring 2-1.
Frances Barilla, leave all my excuses for not taking gym to Chicky.
Anne Battaglino, leave to Mary Ann Patello, my ability to have "Make Ups" in gym.
Ieanette Betts, leave my ambition to graduate to Nancy Brown.
Rosemarie Bocola, leave my typewriter without the letters in 223 to a future transcription student.
Barbara Boshart, leave to some lucky person my ability to dodge the pigeons that hang around the
back door of the school.
Kenneth Bowering, leave locker 910 to anyone who wants it, and my seat in art class to another
Helen Budjac, and I, Ioan Petta, leave to the 2-l's our ability to eat other people's lunches as our own.
Cecelia V. Busco, leave to Ianice "Einstein" Grossi some pretty tough days in chemistry.
Fanny Marie Calogero, leave my ability to keep the same locker key for two and a half years to my
Katherine Cambareri, leave my locker to Phyllis De Baise Cif she can get it cleaned outb. I couldn't.
Marlene Campione, and I, Shirley Campione, leave our ability to get along: even though we are
related to any 2-l's who can do it.
Betty lane Campitello, leave my crutches to anyone who is fool enough to jump off the spring board
in gym, and also those sleepless nights worrying about the yearbook.
Rosemary Canestrare, leave to three 2-l's the ability to carry on their friendship as I have with Mary
Sidello and Ann Baldini.
Daniel Carfagno, leave my seat by the window in 115 study hall to anybody who lives to daydream.
Mary Castrilli, leave my ability to get to school 9:00 every morning to some "un1ucky" student.
Charlotte Christoffel, leave to Monica LeRoy the ability to get out of school at 2:30 sharp.
Rita Civiletta, leave to my sister Frances my ability to take Italian for two years and pass it.
Marianne I. Conte, leave to Connie Finicchio all the gum that's stuck on my locker.
Corinne Cornell, will my ability to borrow chem. experiments to anyone who needs it.
Nancy Cornell, leave my ability to get into trouble to anyone who hasn't enough of his own.
Robert Coughlin, leave my sleeping chair in chemistry to anyone who can use it.
Duca Cutri, leave my ability to learn a lot from North.
Ioseph De Cicco, leave all my lines to some poor 2-1 to try on all the girls.
Ioan De Mascoli, leave my ability to any 2-1 who can go steady for three years and argue
day, but still get along.
Mary Anne De Pietro, leave my ability to borrow school supplies to a future North SPONGER.
Cosmo D'Eredita, leave my seat in Mr. Ackerman's Practical Science Class to Fred Kimpel.
Barbara De Siato, leave my ability to get 50? in gym to any 2-1 who has athletic ability.
Constance De Stefano, leave my Head Cheerleader's uniform to some lucky cheerleader.
Anita Di Bello, leave my history book to any unfortunate 2-1 who hasn't gone through it yet.
Mary Di Bello, leave my office record card to any 2-1 who wants it already filled out Cwith BAD
last will anh sstament
Corrine Iohnson, leave to Rose Ann Ross my ability to make up excuses to get out of gym.
Lillian Kerniski, leave my ability to erase typing errors by putting a hole in the paper.
lim Killius, leave my NO VACANCY sign on the second floor to some young couple.
Ruth Kimpel, leave to Rita La Penta my old seat in chemistry and the struggle with chem.
Gerald Landers, leave to Iohn Bruno my woodwork bench.
Michael Laporta, Ir., leave to Iune Prehn my ability to get along with Miss Cummings.
Roger Leonardo, leave my ability to get excused from school to any soph.
William Lombard, leave to Vito Busco my gym suit-if he can fit in it.
Anne Lore, leave all my happy memories of North High to an incoming student.
Arlene Luckette, leave my gym medical excuse to any future 2-l who may need it.
Lorraine H. Lukacs, leave my seat in 216 to some 4-1.
Charles Luttinger, leave my ukulele to any jerk who thinks he can play it.
Antoinette Maione, leave to Laura Bracca my ability to get around Mr. Lewis.
Lillian Mancini, leave to any senior my ability to get sick on the night of the Senior Variety Show.
Dominick Mancini, leave my ability to get out from every sport I try out for.
lean Marschner, leave my desk in 216 to some 2-1 who is tall enough to see over the top of it.
Iames Massad, leave my seat in chemistry to anyone who wants to blow up North.
Maryann Massaro, leave Mrs. McDougald's lectures in gym class to whoever can stand them.
Rose Marie Mazzotti, leave my ability to get in trouble to anyone who would appreciate it.
Patricia McNamara, leave to some new student at North my ability to get to Senior Choir five minutes
late every morning. -
loseph Menickelly, leave Bob Gass' humor to some unfortunate student.
Sam Mercurio, leave to Louis Gori all my books and the locker.
Alfred Merluzzi, leave my ability to Iimmy King and Paul Musaio to be the sharpest cats up here.
Iames Miller, leave Miss Downing to some poor 2-1.
Barbara Mirra, leave my ability to be EXOTIC to Verna Mae Sampolisi.
Frances Museums, leave my choir robe No. 13 to any alto that joins the choir.
Marv Nardelli, leave my ability to get a broken typewriter in transcription class to any girl who can
Lorraine Natale, leave my American History Book to some unlucky 3-1 pupil.
James Nesci, leave my active bench in printing to some willing worker.
Shirley Nesci, leave my ability to write out my own excuses to any sophomore.
Patricia Onofri, leave my ability to laugh in 102 English Class to my sister, Dolores.
I-uke Oscuro. leave my paintings in 321 as an inspiration to the wonderful Mrs. Conley's future artists.
Oscuro will give lessons.
Celia Palumbo, leave to Barbara Olmstead my ability to type.
Catherine Panto, leave my ability to try to read two day old shorthand to any senior who takes
Emelia Paolini, leave my ability to be friendly with everyone to some senior who a sophomore or
junior thinks is a snob, and also leave my nice times with Larry in the halls.
last will anti estament
Iames Di Domenico, leave to my brother Pat, the ability to take woodwork for 3 years
Lois Dillabough, leave all the fun I had in gym to anyone who loves sports.
Carmella Di Mauro, leave to Celia Paladine all the fun I had in my senior year.
Nick Di Sano, leave locker number 130 to any 2-1.
Phyllis Don Vito, leave Angie Sciarrino my dilapidated typewriter in room 223.
David Eggert, leave to some 2-1 my parking place in front of the school.
Iames Epolito, leave to any sophomore a stack of good reasons for being tardy.
Ann Ewald, leave my troubles from North completely in the past.
Earbara Fandrich, leave to some lucky 2-l the ability I had to hook the nicest boy in the 1951 senior
lean Farrar, leave to my pal, Ieanne Desimone, my black and blues from gym.
Ioanne Fazio, leave my wonderful memories of my senior year to my cousin Mercedes Baranello,
and the worries of the senior picnic to another poor soul.
Antoinette Finocchio, leave to my sister, Connie, the ability I had to sit idle in study hall.
Leonard Flesher, leave the telephone in the office to any future student to use.
Ida Mae Fragola, leave to Aggie D'A1essio my floor burned knees and my sore muscles from double
gym. CI know she will love them!??j
Ianice Frey, leave my art ability to someone who likes to draw on desks.
Catherine Froio, finally leave!!!
Patsy Galtieri, leave to my new born nephew my ability to get along with teachers.
Gloria Garden, leave my ability to understand chemistry to someone who can.
Robert L. Gass, do will and bequeath to Mr. Grier my new found key of "Z" flat.
Ida Giannini, leave the ability I had to be quiet in my classes to Lucille Michaels.
Grace Marie Gigante, leave my ability and courage to locker with the same pal for three years.
Louis Gori, leave my ability to get to school one minute to nine every day to some lucky 2-1 and get
away with it.
Iohn Grosso, leave Cwith Bob Gass' permissionD "our song" to any trombone and clarinet with nerve
or talent enough to play it.
Denise Gurzny, leave my ability to get into the homeroom by 9:00 to some sleepyhead like myself.
Maureen Gurzny, leave my ability to sit through two periods of shorthand without absorbing any-
thing to another smart kid.
Marilyn Gwynn, leave the corner next to room lll by the stairs to any future couples who can make
up better where it's warm.
Florence Hart, leave my old flames at North to Ioan Schmidt.
Mary Louise Hill, leave a broken charcoal and a tired Miss Conley to anyone with more talent than
Andrew Ianniello, leave to Eddie Cerimelli my ability to make up stories in the office.
Palma Indivero, leave!!!
Henry Intaglietta. leave to the 2-1's my ability to talk my way through English for three years.
Michael Izzo, leave my ability to get to school cne minute to nine every day and not be late to Mary
Frances Ieffers, leave all my size 42 shoes that I no longer like to anyone that can wear them.
last will anh Testament
Constance Paris, leave my shorthand book to any 4-1 girl who has a short hand.
Lorraine Parise, leave my ability to play Iosephine Paris in the "Valient" to any ambitious dramatic
Michael Pauls, leave my ability to play the outfield to some ambitious rookie.
Carmen Perrotti, leave to Frank lazzio my Big Bct in baseball.
Antoinette Picciotti, being constantly shortchanged by the school cafeteria, have nothing left to leave.
Barbara Piccotto, leave my ability to lose and find my locker keys to some forgetful student.
Andrew Pompo, leave my weeny appetite and ability to be the last one out of the cafeteria to Ed
Ioseph Porcaro, leave locker 351 with my girl Marilyn's picture in it.
Norma Pullano, leave all my happy memories to some lucky 2-1 who can enjoy them as much as
Concetta Purchio, leave to my pal Angie Bosco, my disabled locker.
William Quinn, leave it all-thank goodness.
Minnie Rao, leave my ability to change my schedule to some enthusiastic forger.
Norbert Redell, leave Ronnie Schauer my ability to do Trig.
Donna Riley, leave my ability to any person who can match up I.D.M. and L.F.
Anna Rispoli, leave to any 2-l the wonderful friendship I've had with Anita Di Bello, Marlene Cam-
pione, and Ida Giannini.
Tony Rocco, with great honors leave my worn and torn apron and cooking utensils to Tony Nicoletti.
Lorraine Rood, leave my enioyable moments spent in 106 to Mary McKee and Ieanette Mudford,
Leonora Rufo, leave the Senior Choir robes to someone with a lot of patience.
Annette Salamino, leave my bottle of Iergen's lotion to anyone who gets my locker No. 335.
William Salomone, leave my noseguard to some lucky football star.
Natalie Samar, leave my ability to talk in my classes to Rosemarie Maselli.
Io Anne Saya, leave to my brother Leon my ability to be class angel??
lean Schlie. leave the pictures in my locker to the next student who gets it.
Charlene Schmid, leave my ability to disagree with Mrs. Haller to anyone who wants it.
Anthony Scicchitano, leave my ability to be the last one to hand in a writeup for the yearbook.
Elizabeth Sicari, leave the job of writing a story for the North Wind and then trying to recognize it
in the edition when the paper comes out.
Raymond Sindone, leave locker No. 407 to any 2-1.
Iames Smith, leave!!!
Mary Sorbello, leave my ability of walking around the halls 6th period to some lucky 2-1 who will
work in the office next term.
Humbert Spoto, leave my ability to get out of school in four years to Chuck Sibble.
Anthony Stimson, leave to Leon Saya the good mark I had in Physics.
Ciro Tantillo, leave my linebacking ability to Sonny Simele for next fall's football team.
Iohn Testone, leave my ability to some new 2-1 to get along with the one and only Mr. Bush.
Sam Tucci, leave my friends and teachers in peace.
Daniel Tursi, leave Iean in care of her best girl friend, Dolores.
Iosephine Verone, leave my ability to sneak out of gym class to some lucky 4-2.
Janet West, leave my place in the art room to some future lover of art.
Bruce Wright, respectfully leave my curly locks to Mr. La Pierre.
Antoinette Zalla, leave my typewriter in 223 to anyone who can get some typing out of it,
Norma Zoccali, leave my backaches from cheerleading practice to anyone who can endure them.
Rose Mary Canestrare
likes anh islikes
Boys wearing black
Having Ioe home
I etters from M.G.
Being with B.H.
Eating 5 Sleeping
Art, some gals
Watching the Nats
Blonds with blue eyes
Coffee at Gen's
Getting letters from FLM.
Telephone and television
P.A. and dancing
A certain brunette
Sleeping on school days
Basketball and pool
Going out, sleeping,
driving with L.F.
Being with Ruth
Being with the crowd,
and going out
Boys with black wavy
To get my own way
M.R.P.'s witty remarks
Eating and sleeping
Ida's sunny smile
Being with I.F.
Eating and sleeping
Tall, blond men with
Peggy and Science
School and waste
Ioe being away
Waiting for them
Not being with him
Waiting for Mary
His girl friend
Being called "Mar"
Playing tennis with
8 on a court
Having to wait for
To wake up
Falling on them
Anybody who doesn't
"The little one"
Getting up on
All others and work
Being without money
Being without Ruth
Staying home on
Friday and Saturday
When I don't
Senior dues and work
Getting up in the
Army men, black hair
"Better suffer for truth than
prosper by falsehood"
"Is she living"
"All sorts of people"
Oh but you gotta go"
"I et's not get sickening"
"Kill it before it gets
"This kid's gotta go"
"Today I'm reforming"
"Mix it up"
"If you give me time l'll
produce an answer"
"Whata ya want from me"
"This is it"
"Please hurry, Mary"
"Yeah, how nice"
Are you for real"
"Oh gosh! Oh Gee!"
For gosh sakes"
"You think it's a joke"
"lust a trifle"
"Don't bet on it"
"There is no right way to
do a wrong thing"
"Get off my back, will yal'
"There must be an easier
way to make a 1iving"
Wadda ya mean"
"You think it's a joke"
"Here you, be careful"
"We're going to miss you
"Oh boy! One of these
"Get off my back,
"If a thing is good enough
to do at all it is good
enough to do well"
Antoinette F inocchio
Grace Marie Gigante
Mary Louise Hill
likes gglgm islikes
Arguing with DeCarlo
Staying up late at night
Driving Augie's car
Arguing with B.S.
To go out weekends
with my friends
Anything of the
lean Farrar's bangs
Painting the town red
Being with N.B.
Getting up at
Being with a certain LC.
Shorter hair styles
Like to sleep after
Being with Paul
Being with L.S.
Music and Art
Dark handsome boys
Arguing with my sister
over the car
Figure drawing. C Not
Talking on the telephone
Dancing and music
To be with Cosie
Sports and girls
To grind Mr. Ackerman
about the Yankees
Going around with
I.F., LF., and I.F.
Mike C. and roller
To play volleyball
against Mr. Gebhardt
Being with F.C.
Listening to him talk
Getting up in the
The after effects
lean Farrar's teasing
To spend Saturday
Girls, girls, and girls
All other boys
Not being with him
Getting to school
by 9 o'clock
Gym or monkey suits
we wear for it
Having him work nights
Being without him
Snakes Clive onesj
My sister getting
Boys wearing black
Any other girl
Being without Cosie
Women and pegged
To get up in the
Being without him
You're a good thing"
"What a case"
"It's just the principle
"Don't be silly"
"Did you hear the
"You bet your life"
Gee, think Connie will
go to the prom with me?
"Don't grind me"
"Thanks a whole"
"ls it for real"
Oh for crying out loud"
"Whatsa matter for you"
"He's my doll"
"What a square"
"Holy crow, I get it, but
don't understand it"
"You got my Ingersol"
"Moo wa-who's your
"I'll drive you like a nail
you squirrelly cat"
"Oh my gizzard"
"Take a slow boat
to China, will ya"
"Go sit on a tack"
"What did you say?"
"I'll break every bone
in your body"
What's your major
"Catch that trick Vito"
You monster, I'll
"Not this kid"
"What are you, a
"Save the name"
Rose Marie Mazzotti
Ioan Petta u
likes anh islikes
C o N T I N U E D
Clothes Not having a new car
Talk and eat
Girls and bowling
Gym and sports at
and basketball games
Girls that don't cut
Going to jam sessions
To be different
Being with Iimmy
and good boys
Eating and sleeping
Boys, I.F. and clothes
Being with Iimmy
Marge and Connie's
laugh during Miss
L.M. and flirting
with the kids
Talking to girls
in the halls
Listening to dreamy
Frank, dancing and
Crazy women and
Getting mail from
Hearing from L.M.
swimming and camping
Clothes, 2:30 and
and the Navy
Getting up in the
Getting up early
Not having them
Staying home nights
Getting up in the
Girls that rationalize
Listening to hill-billy
To be natural
Being without him
Fresh boys and
Getting up in the
The wav D.L. haunts
U. S. Draft Board
Going on a diet
Going to classrooms
How do you know"
"Let's go Smitty"
"Let's not get sickening
"Well by golly"
"Will ya please"
"Hey man, that's cool"
"How about that"
So exotic and
"That's a thought"
"Who is the big gun"
"Like so much fun"
"Oh gee! You get
"Don't get so catty"
"How's the family?"
"It's a pity"
Ma, who's your friend
You ain't a psych?"
How are you fixed
Boys who can't dance "Holy cow"
Waiting, arguing "Oh my goodness"
Sophistication "I'll dump ya,
Work "What are you, part idiot?
Not spending my time "Real1y"
at Danzers with the
kids any more
Getting up early "Oh YeCIh"
Schmaltz "I T911 Youll'
Male blonds "B0bbY"
Getting up early
Gym and getting up
in the morning
Phonies, and pegged
"It is better to be seen
and not heard"
"VVho's your friend?
I-le's a fish"
"I thought I'd die"
likes ants islikes
Making cookies in
Brisk mornings and
Sleeping, eating, and
being with RG.
Listening to Gen's
Being with LM.
Not doing work
Eating Italian food
Pvt. Sonny Saya
Fishing and baseball
All good looking
Sports and swimming
Eating and sleeping
Sports, music, and
To make everyone
Being with lean
Clothes and boys
Art, music, sports,
and knowing R.L.
Being with S.V.
Black strap molasses
and Wheat germ bread
Not being with R.G.
Not knowing what
to do about it
Being away from I.M.
"Get outa my house
"That was a doozy"
"Ah, come on"
"That's the way
the ball bounces"
"Leave me alone"
Other people that gab "We're going to miss you
Work "We1l, I don't know"
Any part of gym "Holy Ioe"
Getting up in the
Long, hard days of
New York Knicks
Not being with Iean
Giving speeches in
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"Oh well, we all got
to go sooner or later"
"Crazy, Massad, crazy"
"I didn't hear you
"How do you know?"
"A come on"
"Come here, Hon!"
"What's the sense"
"Come on, Annette"
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VOLUME I, NUMBER 1
The Distinguished Medal of Honor has been
given to five North High graduates for their
bravery in saving the lives of twenty people
injured in an airplane wreck. The five are:
Lt. Dan Tursi, Cpt. Gerald Landers, Lt. Ioe De
Cicco, Cpt. Richard Cutri and Colonel Bruce
BUSINESSMEN FORM CLUB
The North Side Businessmen have been
working together to form a club. The club will
have its first meeting at the store of Fritz
Merluzzi. Raymond Sindone, Cosmo D'Eredita,
Lenny Flesher and Dick Mancini are in charge
TREE PLANTING BEGINS
lim Miller, Ioe Menickelly, and David Eg-
gert are starting tomorrow on their project to
plant trees in Burnet Park.
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SYRACUSANS PLAN TRIP
A group of young women are planning a
trip to Bermuda. Included in this party are:
Norma Pullano, Ida Giannini, Leonora Rufo,
Ella Gigante. and Ioan De Mascoli. Captain
of the boat will be Humbert Spoto. Ship host-
esses will be Emelia Paolini, Antoinette Picci-
otti, and lean Schlie.
STAR VISITS FRIENDS
Famous movie star, Mary Di Bello, has re-
turned home to visit her former schoolmates.
Her first stop was at the home of Connie De
Stefano, who is leaving next week with lean
Farrar and Antoinette Zalla to attend the Na-
tional Librarians Convention.
CLASS REUNION DANCE
A class reunion dance was held in the North
High gym for the class of 1953. As we look
around we see many familiar faces. Among
them are: Minnie Rao, Iosephine Alibrandi,
Catherine Panto, and Anne Battaglino, who
are secretaries in big name firms in this city.
Also attending are: Henry Intaglietta, Ken-
neth Bowering, Michael Pauls, Tony Scicchi-
tano, and Norbert Redell. Music was furnished
by Bob Gass and his "Melancholy Five."
Songstress with the band is Betty Campitello,
who has been appearing at the Mocambo
lately. Guest performers were: accordionist,
Iohn Testone, and comedian, Luke Oscuro.
Ida Mae Fragola and Maryanne Conte have
just won the U. S. Badminton Championship.
Supervisor of nurses, Natalie Samar, has just
returned from a trip where she met nurses
Shirley Campione and Ioan Petta, who are
now nurses in New York hospitals.
ARTIST UNVEILS PAINTING
Ianet West, famous woman painter, has just
finished a painting of Asst. District Attorney
Iames Nesci. She will start next week to paint
the picture of the famous movie star, Barbara
Mirra, and songstress Anna Rispoli, who are
now appearing in a new musical produced by
Miss Connie Purchio, young socialist, has
named Ann Ewald, Barbara Boshart, Mary
Nardelli, Lois Dillabough, and Marilyn Gwynn
as honor attendants for her wedding, which
will take place this summer.
"Big Iohn's Five" will play a benefit game
against "Cozy's" to raise money for disabled
children. Owner of the club, Ioe Porcaro, and
Iames Epolito said the team is in good shape.
Those who are in the starting lineup are:
Louis Gori, Sam Mercurio, Carmen Perrotti,
Ciro Tantillo, and Tony Stimson. Managers
lim Killius and Roger Leonardo are confident
of an easy win.
Three teachers were notified today of their
new posts. Miss Maryann Massaro has been
appointed head Physical Ed. teacher at Cort-
land State. Miss Mary Lou Hill has been ap-
pointed principal at Grant Ir. High, and Charles
Luttinger head gym teacher in the city.
Ram and Snow
0 U T L 0 0 K
The second annual meeting of secretaries
was held at Andy Pompo's restaurant on
Thursday of last week. Newly elected officers
are: Corrine Iohnson, president: Lillian Man-
cini, vice president: Rose Marie Bocola, sec-
retary: and Ieanette Betts, treasurer. The com-
mittee on entertainment was headed by Car-
mella Greco and Carmella Di Mauro. Mike
Izzo flew in from California with Frances Mu-
seums. They had been dancing at the Zebra
Room in Hollywood.
Twins, Maureen and Denise Gurzny, will en-
tertain old schoolmates at the Onondaga Coun-
try Club. Guests include: Rose Marie Maz-
zotti, Ioanne Fazio, Lillian Kerniski, Antoinette
Finocchio, Gloria Garden, and Ianice Frey.
Hat check girls will be Barbara Fandrich, lor-
raine Luckas, and Frances Ieffers. The stew-
ard is Nick Di Sano.
DESIGNER SHOWS CREATIONS
Famous designer Liz Sicari has arrived in
Syracuse with many of her lovely gowns and
dresses to be shown at a fashion show in the
War Memorial. Models for this event will be
the lovely Ioanne Saya, pretty Norma Zoccali,
shapely Donna Riley, petite Constance Paris,
and sweet Patricia Azzoto.
LOCAL BOY MAKES GOOD
Famous singer Bill Salomone has made good
in New York and will star in his own show.
The show will be directed by Andy Ianniello
and Iames Smith. Bill Quinn will be the an-
nouncer. The owner of the station, Iames
Massad, is very lucky in having the capable
Phyllis Don Vito as his secretary.
CONGRESSWOMAN RETURNS HOME
Iean Marschner, a prominent woman in pol-
itics, is returning to Syracuse with her secre-
tary, Anne Lore, for a rest.
PRIESTS STOP IN PARIS
Father Michael Laporta, who has just made
an extensive tour of Europe with Father Peter
Galtieri, will stop in Paris to see two old school
chums. They visited Cpt. Sam Tucci of the
U. S. Army and Roger Aitala, who is an en-
LOCAL DOCTOR BECOMES FAMOUS
Doctor Iohn Grosso has performed one of the
most diiiicult operations of its type. Head nurse
was Celia Busco, with Corrine Cornell, Char-
lene Schmid, Ruth Kimple, and Helen Budjac
CHEMISTS MAKE DISCOVERY
Noted chemists, Bob Coughlin and Dan Car-
fagno, have made a discovery that will help
all mankind. They have perfected a way to
keep a woman quiet for at least two minutes
at a time.
PLAY OPENS TODAY
Bill Lombard has iust finished writing a play
entitled "The Flute Boy" which will open today
at the Astor for a one week run. Included in
the cast are: Lorraine Parise, Nancy Cornell,
Charlotte Christoffel, Josephine Vercne, and
Shirley Nesci. Catherine Cambareri and Pa-
tricia McNamara are in charge of costumes.
Tickets may be purchased from ticket agents
Celia Palumbo cr Patricia Onofri at 400 South
Annette Salamino and Iames Di Domenico
have jtst opened a pizza store. Stretching the
dough in the backroom are: Mary Anne De
Pietro, Palma Indivero, Barbara De Siato, and
Antoinette Maicne. Making the delicious sauce
is Rcsemary Canestrare, Arlene Luckette, Mar-
lene Campione, and Anita Di Bello. Sausage
makers are: Fanny Calogero, Mary Castrilli,
Frances Barilla, Barbara Piccotto, and Lorraine
Rood??? Their motto is "Always keep 'em
NEW STORE OPENS
Catherine F roio and Mary Sorbello have just
opened a dress shop on South Salina Street.
Sales clerks will be Rita Civiletta, Florence
Hart, and Lorraine Natalie.
Iames Koegel and
Betty lane Campitello
Io Anne Saya
Mary Di Bello
Rose Marie Bacola
Dick Mancini and
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