North Syracuse High School - Northmen Yearbook (North Syracuse, NY)
- Class of 1955
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Noun-I sYRAcusE, New YORK
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Peter Schilling is a fine representative of the foreign
exchange student group studying in various schools through-
out the United States. Born in Mannheim, Germany, he is
now sixteen years of age and is looking forward to a career
in chemical engineering. The senior class has been fortun-
ate in gaining an enthusiastic fellow student from abroad.
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For your help and guidance
in producing well-round-
ed and versatile school
For your loyal support and
We, the class ot '55, attec-
tionately dedicate this
yearbook to you,
Our class advisors.
MR PAUL VVAGNER
To Mr Wagner vnce
p nrtpal of our sc ool
goes our greatest admnra
tnon for hns supervnsuon of
the afternoon sessnon
The double sessuon has
been by no means easy
yet Mr Wagner has mann
tatned hugh standards and
put forth hrs best efforts
toward the urnprovernent of
our school system
MR CLARENCE ROBBINS
To Mr Robblns pruncupal of our
school goes our deepet apprecl
atmon for the role he has played IW
o r Ives e the Sensors are
grateful for hs understandtng and
guudance throughout our years as
hns students To you Mr Robbnns
go the slncere thanks of the sennor
class of 55
MR. EARL ASSELSTINE
A great pillar of our school has been Mr.
Asselstine who has had a part in the develop-
ment of our school system for thirty-four years,
To Mr. Asselstine, District Superintendent, goes
our gratitude for his unceasing efforts in im-
proving the educational facilities of our system.
DR. MAURICE HAMMOND
Many changes have taken place through the
efforts of the District Principal of the North
Syracuse Central School, Dr. Hammond.
His administrative and co-ordinating abilities
have gained far reaching recognition for our
MR. FREDERICK LUCHSINGER
A very important figure in our school system
is Mr. Luchsinger, the business manager. He is
the co-ordinator of services related to budget-
ing, fiscal planning, accounting, and the prepara-
tion of statistical data required by the Board of
Education, the public, and the State Education
Mr. Luchsinger is the President of the New
York Association of Business Officials and is
also an active member of the Association of
School Business Officials of the United States
Our thanks to you, Mr. Luchsinger.
Mies. BARBARA HORTON
BOARD OF EDUCATION SECRETARIES
urs. Muriel Pearce, Mrs. Marjorie
Merle Mrs Dorothy Davis. SECOND ROW-
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
FIRST ROW: Dr, Maurice Hammond, Principal, Harry Bailey, Mr. George Young, Mr. Guy Cleve-
Mr. Lewis Fergersort, Treasurer, Mr, Fred Sears, land, Mr. Henry Grirrtm, Mr. Fred Luclwsinger.
President, Mr. Duarte Champion, Nlr. William NOT SHOWN: Mr. Leo Kirsch, Mr. Merritt
Colarocco, Clerk, SECOND ROW: Mr, George Conway.
Down, Mr. A. Horriey, Mr. Howard Abert, Mr.
owl ws. Safall ND ROW:
my RMS Miiafea HUQHQS- SECO,
HOPP' ." Mr. Ralph BUS 9'
Mr. will-am Delaney'
MR, T. HAINES
School Census Taker
School Tax Collector
MRS. J. CARSON
MRS. EILEEN H. ADAMS
Albany State Teachers College, B.S.C., M.S.
English 7, 8
MR. JOHN J, ADAMS
Oswego State Teachers, B.S.
Syracuse University, M.A,
Social Studies 7, 8
Social Studies Club
MISS HAZEL BANDLER
Rochester Dental Dispensary
MR. JOHN W. ANTES
Syracuse University, B.S., M.S,
MR. RALPH Buske fl
Oswego State Teachers College B E
Syracuse University, M.A
Social Studies 7, 8 'Q-10
Student Council Advisor, Afternoon session
MRS ELAINE BRADLEY C'
New York State Institute at Canton 5
MISS DOLORES CASTANON
University of South Carolina B A
Syracuse University, M.A
City College of New York Hunter, B.A.
Columbia University MA """
Public Speaking and Debate Club
MR. BRUCE A. CONROE
Alfred University, B.A., M S
Mathematics 7, 8
New York State College at Albany, B-A-, M-A.
Junior Class Advisor y 4l'-5
MR. MICHAEL CORTESE
New York State College
Introduction to Business
Senior Class Advisor
MISS JANET COVELL
Syracuse University, B.F.A., M.A.
Art 7, 8
MR. WILLIAM K. COVEY
MR. WILLIAM T. DELANEY
Syracuse University, A.B., M.A.
Civil Defense Club
Syracuse University, A.B., M.S.
MR. HARRY N. CRANER, JR.
MISS NANCY DEVINE
Syracuse University, B.S., M.S.
Homemaking 7, 8
Junior Future Hornemakers of Arnerica
Oswego State Teachers College, B.S., M.S.
Industrial Cooperative Education
MISS DOROTHY DECICCO
MR MICHAEL DINUNZIO
Syracuse University B A
General Mathematics General Science
Albany State Teachers College, B.A., M.A.
MR. JOHN F, FOGARTY
Syracuse University, AB.
General Science 7, 8
Junior High Basketball Club
MISS MARY E. FREDENBERG
LeMoyne College, A.B.
Syracuse University, M.A.
English 7, 8
MR. FREDERICK DUBOIS
Syracuse University, B.A., M.A.
Director, Extracurricular Activities
MR. FRED L. GALE
St. Lawrence, B.S., M.A.
General Science 7, 8
MISS JEANETTE DUNN
State University for Teachers at Plattsburg,
Junior Red Cross
MR. ROBERT GIAMBATTISTA
Syracuse University, B.A., M.A
Social Studies, World History American His
tory l, ll
Future Teachers of America
MR. BRUCE D. FERGUSON
Syracuse University, A.B., M.S.
English, Audio-Visual Director
MR. DONALD J. GILBERT
Oswego State Teachers College B S M S
Industrial Arts, Driver Education
Field and Stream Club
MR. JOHN H. GOESSLING
Syracuse University, B of P SM M A
Social Studies, Citizenship Education
Senior High Student Council
MR. LOUIS GUIDO
Springfield College, BS
Columbia University, MA
MR. ARCHIE D. HALL
Syracuse University, B
Director of Athletics
MR. ROLAND IVERS
Syracuse University, B.F.A.
Columbia University, M.F.A
Art 9, 10, ll, l2
Junior Yearbook Club
MISS CAROL KATZUNG
Lenoir Rhyne College, A.B.
Syracuse University, M.A.
English 9, io, 12
MR. ROBERT W. LALONDE
Hartwick College, B.S.
New York Universiry, M.A.
Shorlhand 'l 2 SecrefarlalPrac1ice
MR. PHILIP LEONARD
Albany State Teachers College B A M A
Biology, Physics, General Science
Junior Class Advisor
MR. JOSEPH LOJEWSKI
Oswego State Teachers College, B.S.
Syracuse University, M,S.
Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing
MISS RITA MCMAHON
Syracuse University, B.S., M.S.
Future Homemakers of America Advisor
MRS. JANE MANCHESTER
Elmira College, A.B.
MISS NORINE MEAGHER
Geneseo State Teachers College, B.S.
Syracuse University. M.S.
MRS. SHIRLEY B, MERRIAM
University of Massachusetts, B.S.
University of Connecticut, MS.
Mathematics 7, 8
MRS. MARIAN MERRIAM
Syracuse University, B.S., M.A.
English 9, IO, 'I2
MRS. BETTY JANE MILLS
Buffalo State Teachers, B.S.
Canisius College, M.Ed.
Social Studies 9
Senior Yearbook Advisor
MRS. JUNE PORUBEK
University of Rochester, B.A., M.Ed.
Mathematics 7. 8
MISS OLIVE B. RANSOM
New York College, Hunter, B.Mus.Ed.
Syracuse University, M.Mus.Ed.
Music fTheory, Harmony, Chorus, Voicel
Music Appreciation Club
MRS. FAITH NORTON
University of Rochester, B.S., R.N.
Columbia University, M.A.
Junior Red Cross
MRS. ELEANOR RAPACZ
Albany State Teachers, A.B., M.A.
Biology, Girls' Health
MR. HUGO PINTI
Clarkson College of Technology, B.M.E.
Syracuse University, M.S.
MR. EUSTACE RAULLI
Oswego State Teachers, B.S.
Syracuse University, M.S.
MR, LOUIS PISTOLESE
Syracuse University, B.S,, M.S.
Business Law, Retailing, Shorthand 2
MRS. DORIS REDDICK
Syracuse University, B.S.
MRS. MARION S. RICH
Syracuse University, A.B., M.A.
Social Studies, Citizenship Education
Pen Pals Club
MR, PETER SCHOLL
St. Lawrence University, B.S., M.Ed.
Physics, General Science, General Mathe-
matics, Elementary Algebra
MISS LUELLA M. ROBERTS
Elmira College, B.A.
MRS. HENRIETTA SIMEONE'
College of New Rochelle, B.A.
Syracuse University, M.S.
MR. MARVIN .l. ROSENBERG
City College of New York, B.S.
Cornell University, M.S.
Science 7, 8
Nature Study Club
MISS ESTHER A. SLEETH
Syracuse University, B.S.
English II, I2
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Syracuse University, BA., M,A,
American History, World History
Modern Music Club
MR, JOHN WEGERSKI
St. Bonaventure College, B.S.
Elementary Algebra, Plane
Junior Class Advisor
Coach, Varsity Basketball
Line Coach, Football
Assistant Coach, Baseball
MRS. EVELYN G. WHITE
Columbia University, B.A., M.A.
Physical Education, Health
MR. CARY E. WOOD
Houghton College, A,B.
Columbia University, M.A.
Mathematics 7, 8
National Junior Honor Society
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FIRST ROW: Mrs. Helen
Pike, Mr. Clement Spen-
cer, Mrs. Clara Krupa,
SECOND ROW: Mr. Guy
Hibbard, Mr. Ben Bullet,
Mr. Charles Morrison.
RAL SCHOOLS OPERATOR
'-'NANCY JE RUNET
TrnY 2 Athletic Assoclatlon
Student Councll 3 4 FHA
Spamsh Club 3 Ba ketball 'I
3 4 Bowlrng l Volleyball
2 3 4 Archeryl 2 3 4 Soc
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AMBITION Physical Therapist
Honor Roll l 2 QV 4 JV Cheer
leaders 3 Varsfty Cheerleaders
4 Basketball 2 Volleyball 2
Archery 2 Junuor Red Cross 2
Student Councrl 3 Vrce Pres:
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AMBITION Laboratory Techm
FREDRIC l. WATROUS
Spanish Club l, 2, Hockey
Spanish Club Treasurer I,
Vice President, Junior Class.
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Astronomy Club l, 2, Sfuclem
Council 'I, 3, Ag Track 2, 3, Ag
Bowling 3, Yearbook Editor, As-
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Camera Club I, Discussion Club 2pCOr1dUCflr'Ig Club 5YUdef1T Council li Afl1leYiC Associaf U 2, 3, 4:
3, Radio Club 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, Foofball 2, 3, 4: Hockey 3, 45 Basketball.2g Baseball
Student Council 4. l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer AA 4, Junior Class President.
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Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, Conducting Club HBU'Cl"N
37 Modern Music Club 4, Track 2, 37 All-State Band 27 Yearbgok 4, Sportgmen 1, 2, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Presidenf,Modern Music Club. Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball A, Junior
AMBITION-To make a name for myself and my VBVSHY Foolball 35 5ef'l0f Pl5Y 4-
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Girls' Shop One Year, Tri-Y, President Two Years, Girls' Shop lg Honor Roll lg Junior Red Cross 2,
Music Appreciation Three years, Yearbook Four Years, Archery 2, 3, Basketball 2, Junior Yearbook 3, Senior
rsenioni president of1-WY' Sophomore Year' ' , l A ' N Yearbook Ag Student Council 4, Junior Prom Court
AMBNIQN-To -navel O1 Oy! 3, President, Junior Red Cross, Senior Planning Com-
N N ' N mittee, Co-Chairman.
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Athletic Association 2, Girls' Shop 3, Senior Year-
book 4, Head Senior Maiorette 3, 4, Treasurer,
Athletic Association 2.
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AMBlTION-To be a lawyer
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Model Airplane I, Radio One 3.
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Student Council lg Spanish Club 2, 3, Cheerleader
JV 2, Varsity 3, 47 Scribbler 4, Yearbook Club 4,
AA 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 4, Basketball A,
Softball 45 Spanish Club Treasurer 25 Spanish Club
President 3, Head Varsit heerleader 4.
AMBIRIO - irline Hostess
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Chorus 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Tennis 3, Hockey 3, 4.
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Camera Club lg Student Council 3, American Friends
Service Committee Club 25 Radio Club 3, 4, Vice
President AFSCC, Radio Club.
AMBITION-To be first on rocketship to moon
Junior Red Cross lpGirls' Shop 3, Senior Yearbook A.
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EDWARD STANLEY BENDERSKI
AAI Sportsmani Hockey Varsity Football One
AMBITION Aeronautical Engineer
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HOWARD R. BENTLEY
Sportsman Club- FFA.
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Junior Red Cross I 2- Student Council 2, 3- Senior
Yearbook Club 49 Chorus I, 2, 35 Choir 2- Basket'
3, 4- Vo eyball 4- Softball I 2, 3, - Junior
Red Cross, Treasurer.
AMBITION-To attend Albany State Teachers College
Girls' Shop 'lp Dramatics 2, Junior Yearbook 3, Sen-
ior Yearbook 4, Chorus 2, 3.
AMBITIONWTO go to Comptometer School
GRAEME A. BoLiA
Sportsman Club I, 2, Archery Club 3
DEANNA BRISTOL NANETTE M. BROWN
Junior Red Cross 'lg Chorus l, 27 Choir 2, Student Camera Club li Glee Clvb 2: Sfiflbblef ClUl-'P 3
Council 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Yearbook 45 Chorus l, 2, 3, Bowling 4.
Archery 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, AMBITION-To be a nurse
Junior Red Cross President lg Student Council
Secretary 3, Yearbook Secretary 45 Honor Roll Presi-
AMBITION-To attend Oswego State
NANCY JEAN BRUNET
Honor Roll 'l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Shop 'l, Junior Red
Cross 2, Basketball, Volleyball, Archery 2, Student
Council 3, Vice President, Senior Class 4, Vice
President, Honor Society 4, President Girls' Shop
Girls' Shop I, Tri-Y 2, Junior Yearbook 3, Senior
AMBITION-To get married
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Sportsman Club I, 2, Athletic Association 3, 4, Junior Red Cross l, Junior Red Cross 2, Junior
Basketball JV, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Baseball JV, Varsity Yearbook 3, Senior Yearbook 4.
2, 3, 4, Football, Varsity 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Senior AMBITION-To go ,O business school
Play 4, All-State Sectionals 4, President, Athletic
Sportsman Club 3g JV Basketball 35 JV
Varsity Basketball 4.
GEORGE P. CASE
ARLENE R. CHAPEL NORMA JEAN CHARLEBOIS
Junior Red Cn-,Ss 1, 2: FHA 3, 4. Spanish Club lg Astronomy Club 27 Travel Club 3
. .. Travel Club 4- Treasurer, Astronomy Club 2 Treas
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MB'T'ON To become a Dlelmar urer, Travel Club 35 Treasurer, Travel Club 4
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Stamp l, 2, Sportsman Club 3, Travel Club 4. Junior Red Cross 'Ig Junior Red Cross 25 Future
AMB'-HON-Engineering Homemakers of America 2, Library 3, Senior Year-
AMBITION-To be a nurse
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Scribbler Staff I, Tennis Team i, 2, 3, Camera ujonlu
Club 2, Travel Club 3, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Student Travel Club 2, 3, 4: SeCrel8fY, Tfavel Club 3-
Council 4, Delegate to Yearbook Conference 45 AMBn.oN,-ro be successful in whagevef I Undertake
Yearbook Staff 4, American Legion Oratorical Con-
test 4, Business Manager of the Yearbook 4.
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Library Club 2, 35 French and Latin Club 'I5 Riding AMBlTlON-T0 be 5 nUfSe
Club 3, 45 Chorus 15 Yearbook Club 45 President
Library Club 35 Secretary-Treasurer, Riding Club 3, 4.
AMBITION-To be a Librarian
PA1'RicuA CRAWSHAW MARiLYN FRANCES Czvz
Chorus 'l, 2, 35 Choir 25 Junior Red Cross I, 25 Hrardsn
Student Council 35 Senior Yearbook 45 Softball 1, 25 Spanish Club I5 Astronomy Club 25 Modern Music
Bowling 3, 45 Vice President, Junior Red Cross 25 Club 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Tennis 25 Archery 35 Stu-
Vice President, Girls' Bowling 4. dent Council 45 Vice President, Modern Music 4.
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FHA 1. 2, 3, 4: Spanish 3: Archery 1, 2: Yearbook FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Chorus 1, 2, Archery
4: Chorus l, 2: Tennis 2: FHA, Treasurer 2: ASSiS' 37 Spanish Club 35 Recreation Chairman, FHA 37
1anfDistricf FHA leidef 2, 3, 4- President FHA 45 Vice President Freshman Homee
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Chorus l, 2, 45 Music Club 25 Scribbler lg Junior Art if Airplane Club 25 Travel Club 3g Travel Club
Yearbook 3. 4,
AMBITION-Comptometer Operator AMBITION-'Pro Wrestler
ROBERT JAMES DIAMOND 5 RALPH
Baseball li Foofball l- Stamp Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 35 Travel Club 45
AMBITION-College and Architect President of Travel Club 4.
MARGARET DONEGAN JUNE
. HMargieH FHA 1, 25 Chorus l, 25 Tennis 25 Archery 2, 35
Junior Yearbook5 Scribbler5 Afternoon Paper. Volleyball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Spanish 35 Yearbook
AMBITION-Marriage 45 Bowling 45 Secretary, Bowling 4.
DAvno DANIAL Emcx JUDITH EHEGARTNER
Pogecfo Club I Sc bbler 2 3 4
AMBITION M h sto Tool ake AMBITION Secrefay
WALTER ERNEST EIFLER NOEL FILES
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Red Cross l Scrubbler 2 Girls Shop 3
AMBITION Operate Beauty Shop
Human Relations 1 Junior Red Cross 2 Sensor
Yearbook 4, Tru Y 2
AMBITION Private Secretary
Sports Clubl Football2 3 4 Track 2 3 4
AMBITION Electrical Engmeer
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Camera Club 15 Airplane Club 25 Astronomers Cheerleading lp Basketball 25 Volleyball 35 Scribbler
Club 3, 3, 45 Basketball 45 Yearbook 4.
AMBITION-Retail Siore Manager AMBITION-To be a secretary
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Spanish Club lg Astronomy and Outing Club 25 Girls' Shop lg Junior Red Cross 25 Junior Yearbook
Junior Yearbook 35 Senior Yearbook 45 Bowling 25 35 Modern Music 45 Basketball5 Archery5 Volleyball5
C0'Edll0f0f -lUV1iOf YedfbOOl1. Bowling5 Vice President, Girls' Shop I5 President,
AMBITION-To undersiand people better Modem MU5lC 4-
FFA 'l, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel, FFA 1953-54, Vice Presi-
deni, FFA 1954-55.
Camera Club lg Spanish Club 2, 3, Archery 4
LORRAINE HARmNoToN KENNETH HAYES
Spanish Club lp Latin Club 2, Music Appreciation "SHP"
3, Travel Club 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, All-State Sec- Civil Defense 3.
BARBARA J. HERRMANN
ROBERT L. HEMINGS
Archery lp Sportsman Club l, 3.
AMBITION-To be a forest ranger
Newspaper Club If Scribbler 27 Junior Yearbook 3.
AMBITION-To travel all over the United States
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DOROTHY E. Hlcxoic ARTHUR P. HOEFLER, JR.
Spanish Club Ig Astronomy Club 2g Junior Yearbook AMBITION-Civil Engineering
35 Senior Yearbook 45 Tennis 2, 37 Basketball 35
President, Astronomy Club 2g Business Editor of
AMBITION-To be a nurse
PATRICIA A. HOMAN
FFA 15 Tri-Y 25 Student Council 35 JV Cheerleading
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Student Council 'I5 Tri-Y 25 Junior Yearbook 35
Senior Yearbook 4.
AMBITION-To be a success at whatever I do
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Library Club 1, 2, 35 Senior Yearbook 45 Riding
Club 3, 45 Archery 3, 45 Volleyball 45 Band I5 Li-
brary Club, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Manager, Archery
AMBITION-To go to college
INEz ELIZABETH HUGHSON
Spanish Club 1, 25 Music Appreciation 35 Chorus
2, 35 FHA 4.
AMBITION-To be a homemaker
Spanish Club lg Junior Red Cross 2, FHA 3, 4,
Soccer 2, Volleyball 3, Chorus 3.
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Spanish Club 1, 3, Dramatics Club 2, Senior Year-
book 4, Archery 4, Senior Play, Secretary of
Spanish Club 3.
AMBITION-A singer on Broadway
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Red Cross lg Honor Roll lg Chorus l, 2, 3, 4,
JV Cheerleading 2, Baseball l, 2, 3, Basketball
l, 2, 3, Volleyball 3, AA 2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 4,
Yearbook Club 4, Junior Prom Court.
AMBlTlON-To graduate from college
GAYNE L JACKSON
Discussion Club If Tri-Y 2, Junior Yearbook 3,
Basketball 3, Volleyball 3: Bowling 2.
BEVERLY GRACE JEWELL
Foreign Pen Pal Club 2, 3, 4, President, Foreign
Pen Pal Club 3.
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Red Cross l, Health Club 1, Foreign Pen Pals 2,
Library Club 3, Riding Club 3, FHA 4, Riding Club 4.
AMBITION-To own a riding stable
N JAMES JoHsT
Sportsm Cl 'l, od and Fashion 2, Radio Club
3, Sport an C , President of Homeroom l.
BARBARA ELIZABETH KATZUNG
Red Cross l, Student Council 2, Soccer 2, 3, Volley-
ball 3, Basketball 3, Softball 2, 3, All-State Sec-
tional 2, 3, Conductor 3, Riding Club 3, Oratorical
Contest 3, 4, Citizenship Conference 3, Junior Prom
Manager, Student Council 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Senior Play 4, Representative, Student Council 2,
Secretary Junior Class 3, President Student Coun'
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ball 1, Soccer lg School Paper - Basket all - L Rf 37 Travel Club 45 Track 3, 4, Vice Presidt
Volleyball 2, Chorus 3, Junior Yearboo g FHA 4. YS Club.
AMBITlONfStenograpl'1e ' xp AMBITION-Admiral in Navy
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Airplane Club lg Sportsman Club 2, Bowling I, 3, 4. Astronomy Club 1, 25 Student Council 1, 3, 4
AMBITION-Carpenter 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, Treasurer, Senior Class,
book Editorg President and Jreasurer, Ast:
AMBITION-Jet Pilot or Commercial Artist
Music Appreciation l5 Pen Pals 25 Volleyball 35
Soccer 35 Softball 2, 35 Junior Yearbook 35 Senior
Yearbook 45 President, Music Appreciation.
AMBITION-To attend Powelson Business School
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AUDREY ELIZABETH LANE RICHARD LANE
Glee Club 1, 25 Chorus 1, 2, 45 Music Appreciation Sportsman 'l5 Choir 15 Baseball 25 AA 35 Bagkefball
Club I5 Junior Red Cross l5 Dramatic Club 4. 31 Cl10I'US 3
AMBITION-To qo into government work
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Honor Roll l, Discussion Club I, Library Club 2, 3,
Scribbler 3, Archery 3, 4, Junior Prom Court 3,
Yearbook Club 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew, Senior
Piay, Vice President, Library Club 3,
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Music Appreciation l, Scribbler 2, Tennis 2, Junior
Yearbook 3, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, Tennis 3,
Senior Yearbook 4, Bowling 4, Tennis 4, Senior
Play A, Treasurer, Music Appreciation l.
Auce MAE LATHROP
FHA T, Scribbler 2, Junior Yearbook 3.
AMBITION-To be a homemaker
MARlON E. LETTERMAN
Junior High Paper I, Scribbler 2, Softball 3, Junior
Yearbook 3, Senior Yearbook 4, Assistant Editor,
Junior High Paper I.
AMBITION-To be a Certified Public Accountant
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Dramaiic Club lg Camera Club 25 Archery 35 Study Discussion Club 15 Future Homemakers of America
Hall 45 Softball 45 Secretary of Camera Club 2. I, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer, FHA 3.
AMBITION-Air Hostess AMBITION-Secretary
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Discussion Club I5 Junior Red Cross 25 Junior Year- Junior Red Cross l, 25 Library 35 Scribbler 45
book 35 Girls' Bowling 25 Girls' Basketball 3. Soccer 45 Chorus 4.
AMBITION-To join AAF AMBITION-Teacher
Rose MARY MARLEY CLARENCE MCLEAN
Scribbler 1, Music Appreciation 2, Junior Yearbook FFA I, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Junior Yearbook 3
3, Cheerleading Club 4, Softball-I, 2, 3, Basketball Basketball I, Shop Club 2.
'l, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2, 3, JV Cheerleader 3, Var- AMBI1-ION-Engineer
sity Cheerleader 4.
MARY JEAN McLucKaE ELAINE Meoemos
HJe5""l'?N Discussion Club I, Tri-Y 2, Junior Yearbook 3, Soc-
Scribbler I, Music Appreciation 2, Junior Yearbook cer 3, Volleyball 3, Student Council 3, Senior Year-
3, Senior Yearbook 4, All-State Choir 3, 4, Oratori-. book 4.
cal Contest 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 3. AMBIUON-p,iva,e SeC,e,a,y
FFA I, 2, 3, 4. lv
Student Council 1, 3, 45 FHA lg Tri-Y 25 Spanish
Club 35 AA 45 Basketball I, 45 Bowling 15 Volleyball
1, 45 Archery l, 45 Soccer i5 Secretary, Senior Class
45 Representative, Student Council 3, 45 Vice Presi-
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Chorus l, 2, 35 Glee Club lp Junior Red Cross lg Junior Red Cross l, 25 Tri-Y 25 Junior Yearbook 35
Scribbler Staff 2, 35 Voice 2, 35 Senior Yearbook 45 Bowling 4.
Bowling 45 Softball 45 Literary Editor, Yearbook 4. AMBIUON-To be a nurse
AMBITION-To be a nurse
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Student Council 'lg Latin Club lp Representative, Girls' Shop If Junior Red Cross 2, 35 Seni
Student Council 'l. book 4g President, Junior Red Cross 2.
AMBITION-Architect AMBITION-Private Secretary
HELEN NEIMEIER THOMAS GENE OSWALD
Junior Red Cross 25 Gym Exhibition 25 Volleyball Noll'
25 Soccer 29 Archery 25 Scribbler 25 Senior Year- Senlfif Yeafl-700k Club 4: V5"5l7Y Foolball 4
book 4. Baseball 4.
AMBITION-Medical Secretary .
PA L M E R
Red Cross lg Archery 'lg Student Council 2, Foreign
Pen Pals 2, Volleyball 21 Chorus 2, 3, Junior Year-
book 3, Yearbook Picture Staff 4.
WI L LIAM LEON PARisoT
KURT PAULSON ' ESTHER PERRY
Airplane Club 2, Proiection Club 3.
Library Club 2, Student Council 3, Cheerleading
Club 47 Chorus 3, 4, Baseball 2, Bowling 3, 4, JV
Cheerleader 35 Varsity Cheerleader 4, Vice Presi-
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AMBITION-To be a secretary
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Jumor Red Cross l 2, Chorus l 2, Band 2, 3, 4, AA 3, Chorus 3, 4, AllState Chorus 4, Baseball
Jumor Yearbook 3, Sensor Yearbook 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Sevylor Play 4 X
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AMBITION To be a nurse
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AMBITION-To own my own business or join the
Girls' Shop 15 Scribbler 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Associate
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AMBITION-To be a success in whatever l do
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AMBITION-To be an FBI Man
PHYLLIS ANNE RODER
Radio Club 15 FHA 35 Senior Yearbook 45 Baseball
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AMBITION-To attend Powelson
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Sportsman Club 3, Art Club l.
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AMBlTlON-To own a Cadillac
Student Council lp Shop Club lg Basketball l, 2,
3, 47 Baseball I, Soccer 25 Scribbler 2, 3, 45 Year-
book 4, Editor, Scribbler 3.
AMBITION-First woman president
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Spanish Club l, 2, 3, AA 4, All-State 3, 4, All-
County 2, 3, Senior Play 4g Cheerleading JV 2, 4,
Cheerleading Varsity 3: Vice President, Spanish
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ELIZABETH ANN Russo ROBERT SATTLER
Archery lg Pen Pals Club If Red Cross Club 2, Sportsman Club 1, 2, 3, Football Varsity 2, 3, 4
Junior Yeafbook 3, Senior Yembook 4. Basketball JV 2, Basketball Varsity 4, Vice Presi
dent, Sportsman Club 3.
AMBITION-To play Basketball or Football
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AMBHION-Mechanic ' Council 2, all 2, 3, 4, Softball 3: Volleyball
X - rchery 2, 3, Ten s 2, Bowling 4, Secretary.
AMBITION-To go to University of Miami
PETER L. SCHILLING
Student Council Representative 4.
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
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Baton Club lg Foreign Pen Pals 2g FHA 3, 4. -lUf1l0I' Red CYOSS lf 2, 3: FHA ll 21 3:.Cl10rUs I, 2
AMBITION-To be happy 37 Soccer 45 Volleyball 45 Basketball 45 Music Fans-1
AMBITION-To go to college
VIRGINIA H. SCHOLLIAN
Class Team T, 2, Chorus I, Library Club 2, Pen
Pals 3, Athletic Association 3, Senior Yearbook 4,
Basketball T, 2, Baseball 2, Volleyball 1, Student
Council T, 2, 3.
DIANNE F. SHETRON
Art Club 1, Student Council l, Spanish Club 3,
Athletic Association l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 'l, 2, 3,
4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Archery
1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, Soccer l, 2, 3, Bowling 1, 4,
Vice President, AA 2, Treasurer AA 3, Secretary
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FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary FFA 4. Chorus I, 2, 35 Glee Club ly Voice Class 2, Jumor
AMBITION-Farmer Red Cross lg Student Council 37 Basketball 3 4
AMBITION-Biology Teacher or Pharmacist
ROBERT SrEvENsoN BARBARA STOWELL
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgudem Cguncil 4, Foofball 2, 3, 4. AMBITION-To be a housewife or join the service
AMBITION-To be a farmer
FFA 'l, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Treasurer, FFA 4.
Junior Red Cross l, FHA l, 4, Student Council 2, 4,
Junior Yearbook 3, Basketball 3, 4, Girls' Bowling
3, 4, Treasurer, Bowling 4. E
AMBITION-To be a homemaker
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Club 2, .lunior Yearbook 3, Senior Yearbook 4,
Chorus 4, Bowling Captain 2.
AMBITION-Travel, with a new Ford
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AMBITION-To own a farm
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President, Proiection Club 4, Trouble Shooter for
Audio Visual 4.
AMBITION-Radio, TV Man or Western singer
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Yearbook 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 2, All-
State Sectionals 2, 4, All-County Sectionals 2, 3,
Secretary and Treasurer, Red Cross, Treasurer Jun-
ADELBERT TEMPLE JOHN TRACEY
Art Club l, 2, Archery Club 3, Track l, 2, 3, Foot- Camera Club I, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Bowling l, 2,
ball 2, 3, 4, Vice President, Archery Club 3. 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, President, Bowling 3, 4.
AMBITION-Artist AMBITION-Professional Baseball Player
EDWARD UNGLE ICH
FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, FFA President 4.
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Music Appreciation l, 2, Junior Yearbook
Yearbook 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Voice Class 2.
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Sportsman Club li AA 2, 3, 4: lzoolball ll 2, JV: Spanish Club I, Softball l, 3, Chorus l, 2, 4, Dra
Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 2, JV, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball mallcs Club 21 Basketball 2' 3' 4i V0lleYb5ll Zi JUN'
ll JV, Vafsily 3, 4, Golf 2: Caplalnl Basketball 4: ior Yearbook 3, Senior Yearbook 4, Softball 3.
Co-Captain, Football A. AMBITION-To travel
WILLIAM WARYAN FREDRIC I. WATROUS
Sportsman Club 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Choir 3, JV Spanish Club l, 2, Hockey 3, Spanish Club, Treas
Baseball 2, Senior Yearbook Club 4. ' urer l, 2, Vice President, Junior Class, President
fl AMBITION-To be a Geologist
BARBARA J. WHEATLEY BARBARA WHITTAKER
Siudent Council l, 2, FHA 3, 4, State Officer, FHA 4. Music Appreciation 2, 3, Senior Yearbook 4
AMBITION-To be a homemaker AMBITION-Business
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"Peggy" FHA 2, 3, 45 Junior Yearbook 35 Baton Club, Secre-
Student Council l, 35 Scribbler 25 Cheerleading 7-9fY- '
Club 45 JV Cheerleader -45 Archery l, 2, 35 Basket-
ball l, 2, 35 Volleyball l, 2, 35 Softball l, 25
Soccer l, 35 Bowling 3,145 Senior Yearbook A.
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Airplane Club l, 25 Civil Service 35 Senior Yearbook Airplane Club 'l, 25 Junior Yearbook 35 Senior Year
45 Track 35 President, Airplane Club l, 2. book 45 Photography Director 4.
AMBITION-To ioin the Navy AMBITION-Auto Mechanic
V MICHAEL ZALESKI ARNOLD J. ZAMPI
, "Mike" Math Club I, Astronomy Club 2, Vice President,
Rod and Gdh-'Club I, Sportsman Club 2, Civil De- Astronomy Club 3, President, Scribbler 3, Assistant
fense Club 3, Senior Yearbook Club 4, Hockey 3, 4, Managefl C0"dUC70f Clllb 4-
Bawball 4: G05 lv 2, 3, 4: Basketball l. AMBITION-To be as well liked as my father
MITCHELL ZIELINSKI CAROL ANN ZIKMUND
"Mi'Ch" Red Cross Ig Archery 1, Soccer I, 3, Dramatics
Rod and Gun Club ly Sportsman Club 2, Civil De- Club 2: Chorus 2, 4, Softball 2, 45 Junior Yearbook
fense Club 3, Golf I, 2, 3, Hockey 3, 4. 3: Ch0if 3: B0Wli"9 3: Senior Y0ifb00k-
ROBERT JAMES BENSON
KARL THoMAs BECHTEL
WILLIAM J BOOTH
RONALD ANTHONY DIFULIO
CHARLES MANFORD NOBLE
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AMBITION To be a mechamc
In T951 we began our clImb toward the day when we would stand on the
stage saylng a polIte Thank you when handed that hard earned dlploma
Our Sophomore year was one of whICh we are very proud We were the
TIFSI class to elect advIsors and organnze In our second year Mr Cortese and Mr
Leonard were the ones who seemed to be the best choIce and we all agree that
they have done a terrIfIc Iob HIghlIghtIng our Sophomore year was our two dances
Junlors sounded wonderful dldn t It'-P We began our thIrd year by electlng class
OTTICGTS Presldent Jack Appel VICE PresIdent Fred Watrous Treasurer LOIS
Sykes and Secretary Barbara Katzung They dnd a good Iob of plannnng our
BCTIVIIISS Our TIFSI blg dance was the Junlor SenIor Chrlstmas Party held In the
gymnasIum of Mattydale School Well never forget the .IUUIOF Prom In all Its
splendor Barb Katzung rengned as queen wIth Fred Watrous as kIng Everyone
Senlors at last' For our senIor year we elected Fred Watrous PresIdent VICE
Presldent Nancy Brunet Secretary Lynda Melvln and Treasurer Joe Kowal
Our IIFST dance was very successful then came our magazlne sale wIth Jack
Volllck wInnIng flrst prIze for the most sales Lets not forget the rush to get
the yearbook done on tIme and our senlor assembly How many remember the
dance at DFUITIIIDSQ The Senlor play was the best North Syracuse has ever seen
Of Course well have to mentlon our outstandlng football team swell Iob fel
lows' Our JunIor SenIor Chnstmas Party was unforgettable too To cllmax our
last year at old N S Hugh was the sensatronal SenIor Ball Well never forget thIs
last year wIth all Its tough exams and Its extra TGSTIVE BCIIVITIGS now we can
honestly say that these past tour years have been among the best we ll ever spend
Agaln may we thank all those teachers who upped the marks lust enough
to pass us and thanks also to our wonderful advIsOrs Mr Leonard and Mr Cortese
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FIRST ROW: Beverly Schoen, Treasurer, SECOND ROW: Miss Burke, Mr. Wegerski,
Joseph Cortese, Presidentg Kay O'Connor, Miss Hughes, Advisors.
Vice President, Janice Ehegartrier, Secretary.
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FIRST ROW: B. Jackson, B. Stevenson, C. Galipeau, S. LaCombe, KOmrOwSki, J. Van Slyke. FOURTH ROW. J. Brown, re, B.
S. Huston, R, Bordonaro, M. Koehler, M. McCartin, E. Laura, L Tl'IOmPS0fh A- Ciannilli, 5- Bleich, M' KIVBN. E. Qeflftie, - RaUl'1,
Seibert, A, McMahon, K. Graziano, S. Zampi, J. Gurzny, G, Panetta M. Ragonese, B. Bechtel, S. Maloney, N, thro' hm, J.
C. Godfrey, J. Grimble, P. Larsen. SECOND ROW: M. Webb, D Palmer, 5. P0iY1Yer, B. Gl9On, M. SEQDYEY, S C091 F 1
Schad, C. Peck, M. VanAntwerp, N. Weegar, P. Fatcheric, B M. Kingsbury, A. Christensen, F. faMount ', J. Arcidino, S.
Garelick, L. Kesselburgh, B. Schoen, J, Waters, D, Cerio, M, Ame5, Foster, T. Hogan, N. Shea, J, Rothbller, J. ndler, DeLo:io,
J. Chappel, C. Obergfell, S, Neimeier, B. Schneider, D. Bausman
C. Przytula. THIRD ROW: C. Hotaling, D. Harrington, G. Hansee
R. Hanen, B. Otis, J. Ehegartner, M. L. Anderson, A. M, Duclli
R. Hotaling, C. Mathewson, P. McConnell, E. Lassman, B. Searles,
S. Salomon, S. Miller, S. Salomon, S. LaRocque, V. Florence, J
FIRST ROW: K. Herbert, D. Smith, J. Bell, R. Guzman, A. Felice
J, Angelo, F. Passett, J. Curtis, A. Seymour, R. Kissel, H. Proctor,
D. Stockham, F. Koslowski, F. Maloney, R. Drumma, J. Martin.
SECOND ROW: D. Stone, R. Stier, R. Shannon, C. Hayes, G.
Moore, D. Sattler, C. Winks, M. Lindley, J. Santiff, A. Klapetzky,
R. French, H. Tedesco, D. Sams, B. Tedesco, D. Sams. THIRD ROW:
R. Pickard, R. Austin, R. Bellanger, C. Woodard, J. Jaton, K.
Chilton, E. Charlebois, R. Viviano, R. Teska, B. Sitterly, T. San-
B. Longo, A. Dix, E. Parker, C, Osborne, S. Scwdl, PJSPheia'lH7c:
N. Mayer, J. Mancini. SIXTH ROW: Kc Spillane, ner,THIi.Q
Stockton C. Williams M. Lane sITo0'Con r S. Johhsbn C
Debes, Olsen, J.lCartwrightl, Gg6rass . Hust I,
Ahrens, M. Wilson, H. Griff, J. Lapham7l L 5- - N
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tore, R, Blackburn, J. Cortese, R. Burch, T.-zmbault, Gxgever.
FOURTH ROW: C. Fletcher, J. Weske, J. Pehpax, J. Keacll,-Q
Ames, J. Wall, A. Russell, K, Wenger, B. WdQe, G, McDon ,,
R. Gross, R. Rodger, J. Burkhart, M. Clayton, . Hartshorn, ,
O'TooIe. FIFTH ROW: B. Rogers, E. Briggs, L.' Abe fell, D. Evans,
S. Handley, J, Veley, L. Rapple, G. Gurney, J. Youmans, D. Kesel,
J. Carr, G. Baron, R. McGay, J. Krupka, R. Steeper, B, Bristol.
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FIRST ROW: G. Harrington, G. Brauchle, M. Surowick, D. Wag
ner, V. Voumard, D. Hudson, R. Skinner, L. Witz, P. Cortwright
S. Cimilluca, T. Costa, E. Keller, T. Maloney, L. Hess, N. Hayes,
M. Archer, J. Yuill. SECOND ROW: D. Winslow, W. LaCount
H. Bolick, R. Arns, C. Abulencia, M. Palmer, B. Farone, B. Red
mon, R. Skinner, J. McMahon, J. Kissel, R. Harrington, C. Janick
B. Scherz, J. Goettal, A. Zoll, E, Pawlewiiz, THIRD ROW: J
More, J. Mautz, F, Cope, R. Lougnot, J. Rosky, R. Desimone, G
Flower, D. Howard, R. Luce, H. Hayford, J. Tennessey, C. Dence
E. Urquhart, B. McCasland, R. Hill. FOURTH ROW: L. Day, H
Dickson, R. Putnam, B. Noble, C. Blair, D. Austin, F, Krawcek, B
Phelps, D. Kliphon, D. Radley, G. Hotaling, R. Grimble, E. Daier
D. Gillen, J, Smith, J. Stasko. FIFTH ROW: D. Gillette, R. Izzo, D
Pardee, N. Polastro, T. Syrene, B. Wiegand, R. Motill, H. Perrine
R. Ashford, R. Maylone, B. James, B. Carson, P. Murphy, R
Davis, H. Werner, B. Sposato. SIXTH ROW: S. Bissell, D
Butters, L. Lutche, D. Bristol, D. Wheatley, M. Kavanaugh, V. Smith
C. Bradbury, J. Barbagello, B. Zelesnik, D. Littleboy, H. Wheeler
J. Cowles, J. Russell. SEVENTH ROW: D, Wood, W. Hill, D, Tisdall
F. Bell, J. Boyko, J. Orr, A. Antzak, R. Gifford, D. Hubbard, R
Sahm, S. Grimes, W. Gratien, P. Lukas, K. Connor. EIGHTH ROW
J, Sanflippo, D. Pike, T, Lane, D. Giusta.
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FIRST ROW: G. Patrick, G. Furco, D. Beam, J. Bennett, J. Hodge
C. Andress, D. Kuhn, S. Linduski, E. French, D. Brechkenridge,
J. Stever, C. Teska, J. Melvin, D. Schlie, J. Baum, M. Crain, J
Kolosna, S. Symer, S. Penoyer, B. Osinka. SECOND ROW: D. Dano,
E. Coates, S. Delorio, L, Bell, E. Haylor, B. Brobeck, E. Reilly, J
Neimeier, H. Fallon, T, Dudzinski, A. Beaupre, L. Bachus, B
Ackerson, L. Sponable, B. Quirk, A. Purvis, S. Birchmeyer, J
Lowe, C. Smith, N. Bottles. THIRD ROW: B. Cook, J. Socia, C
Russell, R. Sampier, R. Czyz, B. Scherz, M. Kirsch, C. Grones
C. Grant, C. Oaster, J. Garling, J. Cross, E. Dailey, E. Bieloski
D. Davis, B. Bieloski, C. Behnke, M. Schultz, C. Remon, G. Perry
FOURTH ROW: S, Rohde, M. Willis, P. Stemmler, B. Subilc, M.
Wagner, L. Larson, G. Duggan, B. Buscher, M. Chandler, N.
Caporin, D. Chandler, M. VanMarter, J. Polchlopek, E. Niedzwecki,
C. Krause, J. Smith, P. Brown, A. Mahley, S. Martin, M. Fretheim.
FIFTH ROW: S, Beck, V. Rima, D. Mclntyre, S. Bolton, C. Strobeck,
K. French, M. O'Shea, P. Fisher, M. Ardizzone, C. Hughes, M.
Frye, N. Miback, D. Roehm, N. Palmer, B. Koehler, S. Brennan,
D. Smith, S. Olson, J. Bammesberger. J. Gapski, SIXTH ROW: J.
Ebare, P. Casey, E. Gillette, B. Spicer, B. Pickard, B. Pattat, A.
Clement, S. Simcuski, M. Backer, S. Salter, N. Reynolds, S. Matzell.
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FIRST ROW: J. Thompson, J. Petroffski, K. Roche, N. DeLorio, P
Eldredge, J. Stanton, R. Hill, D. Debottis, K. Murphy, F. Taylor,
L. Rusher, J. Bullard, D. Shepardson, T. Felicia, G. Down, E. Cap
pello, L. Blondin, L. Chapin, N. Zinsmeyer, H. Nimmo, E. Clo
bridge, D. Cosco. SECOND ROW: S. Detien, J. Bigness, J. West
R. Phethean, D. Sardano, J. Stevenson, D. Bigsby, D. Brown, M
West, R, Coville, R. Ince, G. Kyanka, L. Pickard, B. Yeo, D
Webb, T. Powers, D. Mattner, R. Ferguson, N. Williams, R. Gray
S. Throop. THIRD ROW: C, Perkins, B. Smolsey, G. Hartshorn, B
Hook, L. Humphrey, R. Gustke, J. Schairer, B. Pressley, E. Sahm
D. Lalone, A. Simonaitis, P. Dennis, J. Wheeler, F. Suchewski,
P. Wilson, R, Graves, E. Rothbaler, R. Moebs, D. Schneider, N
Bender, J. Herb. FOURTH ROW: T. Edick, D. Horning, T. Woodle
R. Daley, D. Cowles, D. Morlock, J. VanAllen, G. Knapp, G
Shepard, T. McLuckie, R. Catholdi, D. Bentley, V. Lloyd, M
Breh, M. Bragman, R. Clement, C. Hubbard, J. Roder, J. Conboy
FIFTH ROW: R. Edwards, J, Salerno, B. Krichbaurn, B. Smith, H
Strobeck, S. Koslowski, T. Day, G. Hansee, N. Trendowslii, C
Falter, D. Grimm, J. Craner, R. Barrows, B. O'Neil, T. Brown
R. Jaeger, R. David, S. Sherlock, A. Bradshaw, W. Dreher, W
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FIRST ROW: N. Nicholson, J, Fix, M. Yuill, N. Musurneci, M.
Manuppelli, B, Hafner, N. Neimeier, J. Eldredge, R. Guiles, J,
Musick, S, Hines, J, Roder, P. Burgett, M, Scott, J. Patrick, S.
Palmer, G, Bakeman, C. Martin, D, Dinsmore, SECOND ROW: S.
Spinks, J. Connors, K. Searles, C. Reale, V. Maloney, P. Hales,
B Smith, J. Lemko, E. Graves, J. Herbert, E. Alletzhauser, J.
Crownhart, B, Benson, P. Schulz, Y. LaCombe, L. Snyder, A, Gra-
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. Wright, R. Ragonese, D. Pickard, S. Hirsch, J. Elderbroom, J
rvis, D. Young, M. Maxson, G. Lindsley, C. Tracey, A. Folger
. Sum, P. Pierce, V, Cole, L. Stewart, B. Lamphere. S. Magee
Ragonese, S. Tubbert. FOURTH ROW: B. Doolittle, J. Paulk
. Flower, N. Zinsmeyer, G. Wall, B, Schaap, J. Nichols, B
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The Dramatics Club, under the direction
of Miss Sleeth, is on its way again follow-
ing the lapse of one year. This year, the
club will put on two one-act plays. Stage
makeup, properties, costuming, and cur-
rent radio and television plays are topics
investigated and discussed by club mem-
ll FOREIGN PEN PALS
FIRST ROW: P. Brown, D. Kuhn, S. Linduski, B. Gigon, Mrs. Rich, Advisor, C. Godfrey, M. Scott, B
Jewell, C. Peck. SECOND ROW: B. Cook, S. Martin, A. Mahley, B. Smith, S, Brennan, B. Koehler, G
Richard, D. Schad.
Organized in 1950 the Foreign Pen Pals Club has promoted international
friendship and good will. With the help of their advisor, Mrs. Rich, the members
of the club exchange gifts, letters, and photographs with high school students
of every country in the world. As students get to know each other better, under-
standing of different countries deepens.
FIRST ROW: L. Larson, J. Stever, R. Czyz, Secretary,
Miss Sleeth, Advisor, R. Guzman, President, B. Subik,
V. Rima. SECOND ROW: S. Beck, L. Towndrow, D.
Wyman, J. Lowe, J. Gurzny, M. Willis, P. Phethean,
J. Wilcox, J. Polchlopek. THIRD ROW: J. Spillane,
M, Wagner, J. Bammesberger, E. Parker, G. Gurney,
A. Lane, S. Matzell, P. Stemmler, G. Hansee, M.
FIRST ROW: T. Dudzinski, Vice President, Miss Mc-
Mahon, Advisor, M. DeLand, President, J. Chandler,
Secretary. SECOND ROW: E. Loura, Treasurer, C.
Hughsort, Photography, B. Wheatley, State Officer,
B. Garelick, Recreation Advisor.
The F.l-l.A. has participated in many
projects during the year. Rallies at va-
rious schools, splash parties at Baldwins-
ville, seasonal parties with the F.F.A.
have contributed to a full program ot so-
Such community projects as Christmas
baskets to needy families and the send-
ing ot Care packages gave the club mem-
bers a chance to aid others.
In the spring the annual Mother and
Daughter Banquet rounded out the year's
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FIRST ROW: Miss McMahon, Advisor, S. Symer, P. Brown, S. De-
lorio, D. Breckenridge, E. Parker, L. Delorio, T. Dudzinski, Vice
President, M. DeLand, Presidentg E. Loura, Treasurer, J. Chandler,
Secretary, B. Wheatley, State F.H.A., B. Garelack, l. Hughson,
C. Hurley, D. Luce, L. Pike, C. Debes, Mrs. Starr, Advisor. SECOND
ROW: P. Fatcheric, S. Penoyer, N. Weegar, M. VanAntwerp, A.
Chapel, C. Grant, B. Pickard, D. Cerio, G. Furco, H. Fallon, E.
Reilly, M. Crain, M. Davison, J. Lowe, J. Komrowski, M. Schultz,
J. VanSlyke, C. Darminio, J. Brammesburger, C. Krause. THIRD
ROW: N. Shampine, C. Teska, N. Milback, M. Martin, V. Cole, C.
Hughes, M. Chandler, B. Buscher, N. Caporin, B. Pattat, A. Clement,
B. Wylde, B. Kellogg, S. LaRocque, P. Swift, B. Longo, J. Bar-
ker, 8. Pitcher, J. Smith.
deff FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW: J. VanAllen, C. Woodard, R. Sweeney, Treasurer
D. Sattler, Reporter, J. Hansen, Vice President, Mr. Havelen, Ad
visor, Mr. Watson, Advisor, E. Ungleich, President, C. Sotherden
Secretary, R. Filkins, R. Luce, H. Proctor, SECOND ROW: G. Har-
rington, J. Smith, H. Bentley, J. Boyko, F. Melvin, R Sahm, D.
Hubbard, R. Gifford, J. Orr, D. Switzer, R. Supensky, R. Stevenson
G. Stever, R. Teska, D. Wheatley. THIRD ROW: D. Radley P. Murphy
D. Bentley, C. McLean, J. Kissel, J. Martin, C. Winks, R. Chandler
R. Sposato, T. Brown, R. Edwards, G. Hotaling, R. Burrows, J
Herb. FOURTH ROW: M. Surowick, D. Wagner, F. Suchewski, J
Wheeler, B, Hook, R. Grimble, H. Bolick, R. Graves, A. Schneider
D. Dennis, B. Smith, F. Kellogg, F. Taylor.
The Future Farmers of America is one of our oldest clubs. It was organized
in 1935 under Mr. Hebbevvaithe, then vocational agriculture instructor. The present
advisors are Mr. Watson, who came in 1941, and Mr. Havelen who-ioined the
club in 1950. The primary aim of the F.F.A. is the development of agricultural
leadership, cooperation, and citizenship.
The club has many special activities. Each year they hold a father and son
banquet. Educational trips for agricultural purposes are taken. During the year
the boys attend local, county, state, and national F.F.A. conventions. They have
a basketball team which competes on a county basis. Combination dances with
the F.H.A. are held each year along with the annual combined outing. The
Future Farmers of America also attend Farm and Home Week held at Cornell
FIRST ROW: D. Tulle, Secretary, M. Wilson,
President, Mr. Giambattista, Advisor, M. Schopfer,
Vice President, A. Dix, Treasurer. SECOND ROW:
M. Frye, P. Fisher, E. Gillette, B. Hunter, J.
Kimbell, S. Jeffrey, P. Sullivan. THIRD ROW: N.
Rosti, K. French, S. Bolton, E. Graves, B. Lamp-
here, J. Bennett.
The Future Teachers of America is
a chapter of the national, state, and
Those interested in teaching find the
club a great help. It instructs them in
the fundamentals of the profession
and gives them helpful pointers as
to the personal qualities of a success-
ful teacher, the opportunities in the
educational field, and on the programs
offered by colleges and universities
where the necessary training may be
Field trips, outside speakers, and informal discussion periods with student
teachers have highlighted the clubs activity periods.
Future plans of the organization include correspondence with foreign schools
and pupils, the study of educational problems, and analysis of the present
school system employed in this area.
FIRST ROW: J. Patrick, M. Manuppelli, A. Secor,
Wilson, Treasurer: D. Bristol, President, N. Brunet,
R. Haven, Secretary: J. Jarvis. J, Bennett, R. Watts.
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B. Katzung, D. Woinar, M. Bragman, T. Day, D. Grimm, S. Foster,
J. Ehegartner, M. Maxson, B. Cook, N. Buttles. THIRD ROW: R
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Ragonese, M. Dorfer, M. Frye, P. Fisher, B. Dills, E. Ouderkirls.
S. Jeffrey, P. Sullivan, P. Christ, J. Craner, J. Mautz, B. Hunter,
S. Rohde, C. Darminio, J. Polchlopelc. FOURTH ROW: J. Gapslu.
J. Ebare, M. Ragonese, J. Ehegartner, R. Bordenaro, B. Farone,
E. Cappella, D. Webb, G. Kyanka, T. Amato, V, Lloyd, E. Roth-
baler, P. Wilson, B. Benson, N. Malfitano,
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FIRST ROW: P. Burgett, R. Cimilluca, Secretary, J. Eldredge, Presi- McNeil, R. REQOHGSS, 5- Magee, N. ZIHSHWGYEY, N- Shea, D- Chafld'
dent, Miss Dunn, Advisor: N. Malfitano, Treasurer, J. Cartwright, Ier. THIRD ROW: D. Margery, B. Stevenson, P- WBVCIWI, C4 Whllef
Vice President, D. Hogan. SECOND ROW: M. Yuill, G. Wall, B. E. Niedzwecki, M, Dorter, J. Gapski.
The Junior Red Cross which has been organized for over twenty-five years,
is being led this year by Miss Dunn, the advisor. Members of the club have
been quite active this year. They organized the Junior Red Cross Drive, and
turned the proceeds over to the national organization which sponsors charitable
activities. Bake sales and boxes for needy families at Christmas time enabled the
members tn mnirihttfe to the community of which they are a part.
MODERN MUSIC CLUB
FIRST ROW: D. Wognar, Treasurer, J. Handzel, President, Mr. Salerno, D. Young, S. Palmer. THIRD ROW: M. Manuppelli, G.
Weber, Adviser: M- CZYZ, Vice President: P. Larsen, Secfetefv- Bskeman, C. Przytula, A. Olsen, E. Coates, B. Lathrop, J. Nichols.
SECOND ROW: J. Hodge, M. Keyes, M. Flower, F. Krawcek, J.
This club was organized by Mr. Weber for people who are interested in jazz
and like to listen to it. With club dues they buy popular iazz recordings and
spend their club periods listening to them.
FIRST ROW! M. Palmer, N. Buttles, SGCVSTBVYI D- Gillette, VICG R. Lougnot. THIRD ROW: S. Cimilluca, V. Voumard, B. Redman
Pfesll'-lem! MV- FGYQUSOU, Advisor: l-- 5WifZeI', R- 5miTl'1, C- Abulen- E. Urquhart, B. Squires, R. Phelps, D. Burger, D. Howard, J. Stev
cia. SECOND ROW: B. James, G. Moore, D. Edick, B. Carson, S. engonl B, Farone, T, Costa,
Grimes, P. Lukas, W. Rogers, H. Werner, V. Smith, R. Littleboy,
The Proiection Club is under the direction of Mr. Ferguson. The newly formed
organization consists of boys ranging in grade from Freshman to Senior. Lloyd
Switzer, a Senior, is the chairman ofthe group.
Last year, the members ot the faculty took charge of class-room visual aids.
However, with the organization of the Visual-Aid Department and the interest
shown in the Proiection Club, the task was given to interested students.
The Visual-Aid Department has a complete inventory of cameras, proiections,
screens, proiection tables, and other equipment.
The Proiection Club is a helpful school service used in classes, organizational
meetings, and Adult Education.
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FIRST ROW: Mr. Scholl, Advisor, P. Bauer, Vice President, J. Ahrens, R. McGay, M. Clayton, A. Jaeger, D. Austin. THIRD ROW:
Krupka, President, J. Pearson, Secretary and Treasurer, Mr. Pinti, J. Bell, B. Chisson, R. Motill, C. Blair, C. Hubbard, D. Grimm, C.
Advisor. SECOND ROW: A. Zoll, M, Kavanaugh, S. Sherlock, E. Dence, H. Nimmo, C. Dennis.
The Radio Club was organized last year. The members receive the fundamental
principles of electricity and electronics. They also obtain experience in working
with electronic equipment.
FIRST ROW: J. Hopp, M. Cook, Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. pesser, J. VanSlyke, N. Palmer, N. Wright, M. Becker, T. Hogan
Rapacz, Advisor, D. Tooley, President. SECOND ROW: M. Kap- M. Gray.
Scribbler, the school newspaper for North Syracuse High
School, appears each month. It features all school events
including honor rolls, special honors to individual students,
a little humor, dramatics, sports, and club activities.
Those who publish the paper are reporters, business
managers, typists, and mimeograph operators under the
sponsorship of Mrs. Hughes and Mr. LaLonde.
In conjunction with it is the Scribbler Club. Members of
the Club run the sales to help financially, make posters,
and help in putting the paper together. There are many
other activities including trips to commercial papers, to the
Board of Education meetings, and a spring picnic.
The purposes of the paper are many: Clj To serve our
school by bringing us all closer together, CQD to perfect the
skills of the workers, CBD to train in meeting deadlines, CAD
to learn how to make sales, Q55 to learn advertising tech-
niques, Coj to give reportorial training, C7j to sharpen in-
ESCQXBPWR terest in news getting, C8j to add to the ability oflpeople
up 'Wi to get along well together while doing a community lob.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Lalonde, Advisor, P. Eldredge, T. Pow- R, Haven, J. Ehegartner, J. Arcidino, S. Foster, B. Spicer,
ers, M. Maloney, J. Andress, M. VanMarter, P. Sams, M. Becker, J, Cowels, J. Ehegartner. FOURTH ROW: M.
J. Guinto, N. Rousche, S. Zampi, E. Roberts, Mrs. Hughes, Ragonese, J. Herbert, J. Roder, S. Hines, J. Musick, F.
Advisor. SECOND ROW: B. Bieloski, D. Davis, E. Bielo' Ragonese, J. Ebare, E. Haylor, G. Patrick, J. Grimble,
ski, J. Chapel, C. Obergfell, K, Spillane, J. Cross, J. S. Maloney, C. Grover.
Garling, P. Stemmler, A. Folger. THIRD ROW: J. Pierce,
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Advisor, C. Salter, B. Bieloski. SECOND ROW: D. Beam, D. Sams, J. Tracey, L, Capello, S. Rhode, N. Palmer
G. Palmer, .l. Baum, E. Ouderkirk, G. Panetta, P. P. Michael.
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The Student Council started the school year in September, with many obiec-
tives to accomplish before June.
The primary aims of the Council are: to represent the student body's view'
point, and to improve the relationship between student and faculty.
The advisor of the Council has been Mr. Goessling, and its officers are Barbara
Katzung, President, Esther Perry, Vice President, Christine Obergfell, Secretary,
and Joe Cortese, Treasurer. The Council is composed of 60 members.
The officers are elected in the late spring of the previous year. The elections
are conducted in a very democratic fashion. Two parties are formed, and the can-
didates present their platforms before the school. The actual balloting is done in
communityvoting machines. By this method the newly elected officers are pre-
pared before the fall term begins.
The Council has sponsored assemblies, and planned clubs. It has also initiated
a scholastic campaign, with the aim of raising the overall average during a ten
week period. The Council made awards to the students achieving the highest
averages. It has also financed the future foreign student for '55-'56, and spon-
sored the traditional "Career Day."
The money-making proiects of the Student Council have included: dances,
iuke-box rentals, fruit machine profits, a calendar sale, and the Christmas candy
The maiority of the Council's projects have been handled through committees,
such as the assembly committee, constitutional revision committee, award com-
mittee, stage crew, and dance committee.
To Mr. Goessling, the Council gives its sincere gratitude for his guidance dur-
ing the past year. f
FIRST ROW: J. Cross, R. King, Vice President, N. Charle- J. Angello, R. Viviano, G. Flower, D, Stockh , .
bois, Treasurer, Mr. Goessling, Advisor, J. Garling, Sec- Clemens. THIRD ROW: R. Austin, D. Ames, R. M ylonef ffbxgg'
retary, R, Dicamelli, President, E. Dailey. SECOND ROW: R. Little-boy, J. Youmans, E. O'Toole, L. Rapple, D. Stone,
L, Harrington, P. Rose, W. Depo, R. Pickard, H. Chase, W. Eifler, R. Bellanger. '
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Since its organization in 1949, the Travel Club has been among the mostav ' 5 il .
interesting of our clubs The members are students who are interested in travel lj
their advisor is Mr. Goessling. l ,
During club periods there is an exchange of travel experiences among the 'Lf
members and the advisor, primarily to promote further excursions. Other pro- f
grams include guest speakers and travel movies.
To date the club has visited many places, several of historical significance. Letch-
worth, Howe Caverns, Cooperstown, Watkins Glen, Marcellus Park and Skaneateles
Lake, and the Thousand Islands are among the sites reached by school bus.
The club raises money by collecting dues and by holding bake and candy sales.
SENIOR YEARBOOK CLUB
FIRST ROW: L. Bader, J. Baius, N. Merriam, D. Bristol,
Mrs. Mills, Advisor, J. lfowal, P. Christ, T. Young, N.
Rousche. SECOND ROW: N. Hytron, V. VanAlstine, M.
Blanchard, M. Davison, J. Hopp, E. Roberts, M. Ger-
hardt, E. Christ, E. Maderios, C. Barzee, C. Zikmund.
THIRD ROW: J. Dygert, M. Murray, M. Letterman, P.
Roder, L. Pickard, B. Katzung, J. Beebe, J. Kriese,
Vl. Cook, N. Brunet, J. Schaertl. FOURTH ROW: P.
Crawshaw, P. Hageman, D. Hickok, L. Russo, L. Sweet-
ing, B. Remon, L. Sykes, L. Legere, G. Palmer, J.
Bakeman, A. Hyde. FIFTH ROW: B. Whittaker, J. War-
ner, M. Butler, C. Brutcher, N. Brown, J. Stevens, S.
Smith, M. J. McLuckie, J. LaRose, H. Neimeier, J. Quinto.
Organizing, gathering materials, advertising, and selling comprise the maior
activities of the Senior Yearbook Club under the direction of Mrs. Mills. The
club serves as a clearing ground for ideas which will aid in the producing of an
annual that is as comprehensive in scope as possible.
WJUNIOR YEARBQQK cLuB
C. Hotaling, L. Seibert, J. Rothbaler, Vice
S LaCombe, President, Mr. lvers, Advisor,
R. Haven, Secretary, S. Huston, Treasurer, K. Graziano,
B. Searles. SECOND ROW: J. Ehegartner, A. Christensen,
F. LaMountain, C. Williams, S. Schadl, H. Griff, B.
Grassmann, L. Ahrens, M. Lane, B. Stockton, J. Zautner,
C. Mathewson. THIRD ROW: C. Galipeau, A. McMa-
hon, B. Otis, D. Harrington, J. Mancini, S. Dippold, C
Osborne, A. Ciannelli, M. Lathrop. FOURTH ROW: R
Rauh, R. Hotelling, S. Neimeier, S. Miller, K. O'Con
nor, R. Shannon, C. Obergfell, M. Ames, E. Bennie, B
Bechtel, J. Waters.
The class of 1956 organized the club in their sophomore year. They are edit-
ing material and organizing their ideas for the dedication, graduation pictures,
snapshots, and other miscellaneous work which they can accomplish now.
FIRST ROW: P. Christ, Business, N. Merriam, Literary,
J. Baius, Social and Assembly, M. Letterman, Business:
Craner, Photography, Mrs. Mills, Advisor: Mr. Pistolese
Ex-officio, Mr. Leonard, Business. NOT SHOWN: Mr
D. Bristol, Secretary: J. Kowal, Editor, T. Young, Pho- Rawlli.
tography. SECOND ROW: Mr. Cortese, Business, Mr.
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FIRST ROW: J. Dygert, B. W. Whittaker, T. Young, ROW: J. Warner, J. Hopp, M. Cook, J. Schaertl, M.
Chairman: G. Palmer, Secretary: D. Delisle. SECOND Davison, E. Sweeting.
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FIRST ROW: D. Beam, M. McLuckie, G. Furco, C. Andress, J. Herbert, E. Coates, P. McConnell. THIRD ROW: B. Whittaker, J, Lapham,
G. Gurney, Miss Ransom, D. Bausman, D. Blackburn, S. Birch- R. Haven, R. Marley, C. Zikmund, J. Smith, R. Hotelling, J, Zant-
meyer, E. Bieloski, N. Hytron, B. DeLisle, M. Czyz. SECOND ROW: ner, K. O'Connor, R. Bordonaro, C. Liglwtenfield. B. Rolince, E,
J- Winter, 5. FOSYSF, M. Ames, J. Gurzney, C. Krause, D. Kuhn, Ouderkirk, G. Huston, C. Lane, S. Martin, M. Cardinal.
P. Hunter, H. Haytord, J. Cortese,xG, Riccelli, S. Delorio, N. Palmer,
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FIRST ROW: J. LaRose, D. Young, C. White, C. Grover, S. Miller, D. Wyman, D. Case, C. Burkett, K. Bechtel, E. Briggs, G. Mac
R. Skinner. J. Youmans, J. Palmer, Miss Ransom, J. Jarvis, N. Donald, M. Maloney, J. Handzel, L. Harrington, P. McDole, M.
Musumeci, J. Bennett, R. Ragonese, N. Malfitano, J. Garling, J. Flower. FOURTH ROW: J. Paulk, D. Breckenridge, E. Gillette, J.
Cross. SECOND ROW: S. Coates, D, Dano, B. Dills, C. Allen, D. Bell, J. Brown, D. Wood, L. Putman, R. Calpeter, B. Schoen, C.
Bristol, L. Pickard, D. Evans, L. Obergfell, J. Beam, C. Belwnke, Osborne, H. Hansee, D. Davis, B. Bieloski. FlFTl"l ROW: E. Lane,
J. Fuller, G. Lindley, M. Maxon, A. Korb, A. Folger, J. Webb. J. Vollick, D. Lane, R. Sattler, A. Russell, K. Wenger, R. Putnam,
THIRD ROW: L. Anrens, M. LaRocl'1elle, M. Grover, B. Richardson, E. Perry, E. Sweeting, C. Mathewson, P. Pnethean.
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FIRST ROW: R. DeAnthony, D. Carr, J. Beebe, Mr. Hoover, B. Roche, J. Cain, M. Michael, T. Conway, R. Fisher, C.
Advisor, G. Cady, P. Bulla, E. Bradbury. SECOND ROW: Corbett, T. Maurer, R. Coon, B. DeMont.
The Airplane Club was formed in November, T954 by Mr. Hoover with the
purpose of studying Types and uses of aircraft, and their engines. They also
study the weather and theory pertaining to flights. In the future the club hopes
to make a field trip to Hancock field.
FIRST ROW: D. Babcock, C. Ungleich, C. Falter, Mr. Fogarty, ton, W. Nash, D. Held, J. Towndrow, R, Haselrnayer, B
Advisor, B. Morris, D. Palmer, T. Hotaling. SECOND ROW: Cooper, G. Nash. FOURTH ROW: N. Graves, J. Spuches
C. Salomon, C. Keyes, T. Witz, P. Maylone, J. Baron, C. B. Kiggins, F. Goldthvvait, D, Cole, J. Crawshaw, D. Herr
Lorraine, C. Wulfert, P. Rovvand, A. Sotherden, D. Baker. mann,J, Coe, E. Lenweaker.
THIRD ROW: J. DeSimone, J. Flaherty, B. McCarty, H. Stan-
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FIRST ROW: P. Jacobs, B. Kelly, Miss Fredenberg, Advisor
C. Mirra, J. Fladeboe, C, Connor, J. Konitz, Mrs. Simeone,
Advisor, S. Pross, S. Revette, J. Hall, P. Secore, Mrs. Sours
Advisor: V. Wagner, C. Nicholson, C. Hemings, G. Nichol
son, Mrs. Merriman, N. Pratt, B. Beauchamp, S. Cushman
J. Gauthier, M's. Hall, Advisor, M. Aicher, M. Chambersl
SECOND ROW: R. Longo, C. Brodbeck, M, Weiss, P. Therre
J. Cali, E. Eno, J. Chapel, G. Gardner, M. Kot, R. Molesky
J. Cirbus, C. Spencer, R. Sanders, B. Young, R. Morey, D
Love, L. Chandler, J. Jackson, D. Sweezey, N. Gill, M.
Webster, E. Haven, T. DeMarr, B. Watson, C. Thompson
THIRD ROW: S. Pickard, L. Mayer, S. Baxter, P. Rice, B.
Doss, S. Fredenberg, J. Edwards, P. Milback, T. Mento, B
Crobar, C. Weaver, M. McCasland, J. Heck, R. Scheuer, C
Rudd, B. Howard, S. Schopfer, J. Sharpe, J. Gerhardt, V
West, S. Riccelli, J. Weaver, D. Hallenbeck, D. Smolsey
FOURTH ROW: J. Sharp, S, Davidson, M. Langley, M. Stodd
ard, L. Koegel, L. Cirbus, S. Niles, J. Howard, P. Stone
H. Boyka, B. Kessel, L. Guckert, L. Haller, M. Iannuzzo, A
Karleen, N. Hartman, R. Davis, J. Kennedy, P. Higgins
N. Yorker, D. Buttles, A. Patynen, J. Hotaling, A. Radford
FIFTH ROW: C. Gerhardt, B. Root, J. Millward, B. Komrow
ski, D. Dippold, I. Wilson, B. Thomas, J. Butler, C. Dicks. K
Kohles, B. Barzee, V. Dickinson, E. Dorn, K. McDonough
Mrs. Adams, Advisor, S. Burlingame. SIXTH ROW: M. King,
B. Hayes, J. Jones, N. Cushman, J. Grimblem, K. Robinson
E. Ciannilli, N. Chandler, D. Petroffski, D. Baker, M. A
Murray, P. Tatko, S. Homan, Miss DeCicco, Advisor, M
Guinto, B. Kellogg, J. Pirino, J. Perechor. SEVENTH ROW:
V. Edick, C. Skrochi, N. Whitworth, M. Hunt, J. Gibbs
M. Kewhneman, 8. Dorscher, S. Cartwright, J. Schaertl.
P. Rodriquez, R. Near, R. Stebbins. A. Masterpool, F. Emer-
son, A. Lemm, C. Zube, B, Larsen.
The Cheerleading Club, which was organized in l95l under Mrs. Hall, has
developed into eight groups with twenty girls in each. The purpose of the Cheer-
leading Club is to encourage interest in cheerleading, promote school spirit, and to
train and develop future cheerleaders.
CIVIL DEFENSE CLUB
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FIRST ROW: E. Vorhees, R. Winks, Treasurer, S. Amato, President, ning, C. Stagnitta, M. Adams, P. Smith, E. Miller. THIRD ROW
Mr. DeLaney, Advisor, C. Matthewson, Vice President, R. Hans- E. Webb, B. Meyer, J. Moore, D. Foster, L. Scaffido, B. Fenn, F
comb, Secretary, D. Thornton. SECOND ROW: J. DeLine, R. Welch, Tornatore, J. Kitchen, R. Young, T. Ouimette, N. Nunan, E. Sched
D. Haaf, F. Richer, G. Arnold, F. Ritter, C. Vollkommer, J. Man- J. Pierson.
The Civil Defense Club was organized in 1953 under the leadership of Mr.
DeLaney to cooperate in drills and coordinate with county authorities in all emer-
gencies. Such skills as stretcher bearing, bandaging, and splinting, and organizing
of school drills are developed during the club period.
FIRST ROW: J. GOrd0rt, J. Steven SSCYGYBVYJ L- BVHCISIWBW, PreSider1t: THIRD ROW: S. Sabo, C. Edick, M. Harvey, S. Beechner, C. Rogala,
Mrs. Graves. Advisor: G. Hayden. Vice President: F. Hayes. Trees- J. Barlow, S. Coy, J. Andress. FOURTH ROW: N. Wilson, S. Hay-
urerg L. Crowell. SECOND ROW: L. Wheelock, L. Osborne, B. lor, L. Shickel, S. Yale, M. Dwyer, J. Croyle, C. Rein, J. Carpenter.
Dyer, P. Dwyer, E. Bruno, D, Safranko, M. Carpenter, S. Hughes.
Organized in 1952, the Dramatics Club is presently supervised by Mrs. Graves
with the purpose of acquainting the students with all phases of play production.
The group studies make-up, stage decoration, costuming, lighting, publicity,
ln the past three years, the club has staged plays for town organizations and
assemblies. They hope to continue this program this year with short plays.
FIELD AND STREAM CLUB
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FIRST ROW: D. Maxson, J. Methani, J. Barry, H. Stalker, B. Mahler- Mr. Wood, Advisor, R. Brutcher, J. Stevens, D. Fitzgibbons.
wein, E. LaRue. SECOND ROW: D. Osborne, R. Roehm, G. Weeks,
NATURE STUDY CLUB
FIRST ROW1 J. Butters, B. Goozfson, K. Swltzer, Mr. Rosenberg,
Advisor, L. MTITer, A, Fazzolari, M. Tyler. SECOND ROW: C. Mc-
Laren, R. Tomenv, M. Huglnson, K. Morey, R. Anderson, F. Ross,
L. Curtis, R. Sager. THIRD ROW: A. Dewhurst, R. DTFulio, S.
Breese, R. Martin, T. Stockton, A. Bradshaw, G. West, R. Harrig.
FOURTH ROW: K, Schmidt, G. Pritchard, R. Hart,
T. Gartner, H. Rosen, R. Baker.
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FIRST ROW: L. Kiggins. A. Hansen, PfeSidef1Yf MY- Broad. AdViS0f: Stever, J. Lehman, C, Jacquay, G. Ratnour, C. Stevens, J. Atkins,
J. House, Secretary, J. Lindentield. SECOND ROW: K. Heske, M. C. Maloney, R. Baum.
The Puppeteers is a new organization in North Syracuse High School. Organized
by Miss Covell, the club members engage in the making of puppets and are
introduced to the methods of puppet show production. Puppet plays have been
produced during school hours which have aided the members in gaining an
effective introduction to a creative hobby which can be carried on at home.
FIRST ROW: J. Clayton, N. Haff, J. Lilipski, R. Daniels, T. Mack. wood, D. ZOII, T. Powers. K. Listner, T. Wood,
SECOND ROW: M. T. Allen, M. Hughson, D. Groh, R. Clary, B. S. Baker-
Bryce, D. Byron, B. White, H. Tillzpaugh. THIRD ROW: R. Home-
Gross, C. Dentro,
FlRST ROW: N. Ellers, L. Hebert, M. Emmi, Mr. Gale, Advisor, R. Monk, E. JSVISS, R- Jeffers, E- l'l6llDT, T- RYBVV FOURTH RQW1 P
Egloff, D. Hollady, R. Reddick. SECOND ROW: P. McLaren, J. Riccinto, R, Fink, G, Blair, W. Waters, D. Holenbeck, R. King, R
Bittinger, F. Miller, R. Hanley, R. Dudzinski, D. Graves, S, Emmons, Skrocki, R. Ungerer.
K. Fickett. THIRD ROW: C. Palmer, P. Mattison, L. Wallace, SA
FIRST ROW R Sponable, R. Walters, R. Williams, Mr. Sullivan, Smith, R. Vedder, W. Halsey, L. Meade, M. Myers, G. Sentiment,
Advisor L Hogan, D. Mizner, D. Gillette. SECOND ROW: J. Mac- L. Smith. FOURTH ROW: L. Alletzltauser, D. Laquidari, D, Hughson,
e, P. kelly, J, Wilmer, J. Gary, R. Raker, A. Scriber, C. D. Hughson, J. Saklowitz, R. Clwatfield, R. Gillette, S. Lemlco.
Lueck, B. Featherly, A. Hallstrand, THIRD ROW: S. Beckman, D.
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Members of the afternoon Student Council are elected by the student body.
The major aims and obiectives of the council are as follows:
-To work with the Senior Student Council in several proiects to raise money
for a foreign student.
-To send sunshine baskets to members of our student body who are seriously
ill and will be out of school for a long period of time.
-To continue the sponsoring of a Good Citizenship Campaign in our school.
-To send delegates to the New York State Study Council Meetings that are
held at Drumlins.
-To work with the principals and teachers to make our school the best in every
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FIRST ROW: B. Sfockfon, S. Hochsfuhl, D. Srever, D. Juno, A. Keach, S. Skinner, C. Gwilr, D. Ziegler, K. Slate, R. Lewis, R. Corrwrighf
Mrs. White, Advisor: Mr. Covey, Advisor: A. Harrington, B. Farley, R. Atkinson, D. Fraley, J. Salerno, R. Noble. FOURTH ROW: M
R. Hughes, S. Muller, B. Harrington, G. Zollo. SECOND ROW: T. McConnell, D. Maidens, K. Bell, J. Howser, A. Janes, S. Schneid
Beard, L. Roder, M. Mautz, N. McDonald, B. Allen, M. Grafien, G. Gallpin, D. Kaznarek, E. Grieshaker, J. '
P. McCasland, J. Keenan, S. Bulla, J. Shampine, R. Michels, R. Mahon, J. Hayden.
Roof, B. Bryerfon. THIRD ROW: S. Palmer, S. Houde, S. O'Brien,
Dudli, R. Gaca
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EIGHTH GRADE CHORUS
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FIRST ROW: S. Houd, J. Hall, J. Croyle, Mr. Sullivan, M. Webster
Cali. SECOND ROW: M. Miller, J. Stever, P. Therre
J. Gross, J.
S. Baxter, B. Watson, S. Fournier, C. Rogala, J. Atkin, D. Buttles
J. Ladd, J. Chapel. THIRD ROW: J. Mallward, B. Komrowski, J
Sharp, E. Cole, J. Edwards, J. Fergerson, J. House, S. Beech
ner, A. Patynen, J. Gordon, B. Rathbun, D. Casolare.
SEVENTH GRADE CHORUS
FIRST ROW: N. Gill, S. Bowen, G. Schneider, E. Schad, Mr. Sullivan,
C. Marsfelder, N. Bradshaw, E. Roder, D. Lavin. SECOND ROW
K. Krawcek, M. King, J. Carpenter, J. Evans, P. Tatko, C, Carver,
D. Sweezey, W. Fern, J. Howser, R. Daniels, P. Barrey, V. Wagner,
J. Monsour, M. Murray, D, Zoll, L. Squires, THIRD ROW: M.
Stever, S. Hochstuhl, M. Carpenter, L. Craver, C. Nesfeder, A
Watson, L. Smith, R. Stebbins, J. Cronkwright. FOURTH ROW
C. Detro, J. Blair, S. Bachman, M. Hartman, B. Dorschel, R. Davis
E. Bruno, C. Skrocki, J. Frye, M. Motts, J. Peraino, S. Homan.
Recreation and athletics at the North Syracuse Junior Senior
High School are under the direction of Mr. Archie Hall, assisted by a
coaching staff of Mr. John Wegerski, Mr. Ruben Tucci, Mr. William
Covey, Mr. John Herlosky, Mr. John Nugent, Mr. Roland lvers, Mr.
John Warner, Mr. Robert Bell, Miss Evelyn Tucker, Mrs. Evelyn White,
Mrs. Mary Whipple, and Mrs. Betty Starr.
Athletics are governed by the Athletic Council which is the
executive committee of the Athletic Association. Highlighting the
athletic season is the Block Letter Banquet usually held in June,
when awards are given to the athletes. The Thornton Memorial
Trophy is also presented to the outstanding athlete of the year
at this banquet. This trophy was won by Maurice Youmans in 1954.
Girls' activities this year included archery, bowling, softball,
tennis, soccer, and volleyball. These activities are limited to in-
tramurals, playdays and invitation games.
Under the direction of Miss Tucker, archery, conducted in the
spring and fall, is climaxed by a Central New York tournament
held at Liverpool. This fall the girls finished first among schools
in the county at the Central New York Tournament.
Last fall about thirty girls participated in soccer under guidance
of Mrs. White, and invitation games with Fayetteville-Manlius
and Baldwinsville were held.
This winter, due to facilities, bowling and volleyball were the
only girls' activities. About 60 girls are bowling in the Junior
W.l.B.C. League every Tuesday afternoon at Bowling Green Al-
leys. Mrs. Starr and Mrs. Whipple are sponsoring the girls'
bowling. Last winter the girls ranked first in the area and 29th
in the United States at the National Junior W.l.B.C. Bowling Tour-
nament. Also five teams bowled in the Senior W.I.B.C. Tourna-
ment which was held at Syracuse last Spring.
Under the guidance of Miss Tucker 50 girls were out 'for vol-
leyball this winter. Seven playdays and clinics were held with
the other county schools.
This spring the girls will participate in archery, softball and
tennis. Miss Tucker, Mrs. White and Mrs. Whipple will direct
The boys participated in the Onondaga County League in foot-
ball, basketball, baseball, track, cross country, golf, tennis and
The 19:4 baseball team won 8 games, lost 5 and finished third
in the County League, Baseball was coached by Mr. Hall and Mr.
Wegerski. Mr. Tucci's Junior Varsity team won 7 and lost 2. The
freshmen, coached by Mr. Covey, also played 2 games and split
even, Mr. MacKenzie's golf team won 2, lost 2 and tied T match.
The tennis team, coached by Mr. Herlosky, won three and
lost two matches.
While the T954 track team only won 'l and lost 4 meets in
dual competition, Jim Curtis won the novice mile run at the
T954 Sectional Relays. At the State Sectional Meet Curtis won the
Class "B" mile in the time of 4 minutes, 47.7 seconds. Mr. Nugent
is track coach, and this spring he will be assisted by Mr. Warner,
former track star at Syracuse University.
The second year of Cross Country showed increased interest
in the activity. The team participated in several dual meets cli-
maxed by he Sectional Meet with the Northmen finishing second.
James Curtis and William Carson won Sectional Shields with the
right to participate in the intersectionals which were held at
Schenectady. Mr. lvers coached the Cross Country team.
The 1954 football team missed repeating the County Champion-
ship by only two points when they dropped a 14-12 game to Fay-
etteville-Manlius. Their team won five games, lost one and scored
130 to their opponents' 40. The J.V.'s had a 4-2 record. Mr. Hall,
Mr. Wegerski and Mr. Nugent were the Varsity coaches, while
Mr. Tucci and Mr. Herlocky coached the J.V.'s, assisted by Mr.
Covey and Mr. Bell when they were available. Altogether 75
This year's basketball squad was divided into three groups,
the varsity coached by Mr Wegerski, the J.V. by Mr. Tucci and
the Freshmen by Mr. Herlosky.
At the present time the varsity supports a 9-2 record and are
in second place in the Central Division with one postponed
game to be played with Solvay February 23. The play-offs start
at Baldwinsville February 26. The J.V. team iust missed the play-
offs. The frosh have a 5-A record with three games to play.
Hockey was dropped this year due to Mr. MacKenzie's leaving.
Prospects for baseball this spring are very bright as all the
members of last summer's championship teams in the Pony
League, Junior and Senior Kiwanis Leagues are in school. Also,
increased interest is being shown in track.
With the new high school opening next fall the sports pro-
gram should show a decided increase in activities. Dr. George
Grover, State Director of Health, Physical Education and Recrea-
tion, is desirous of having many sports with numerous teams in
each sport so every boy or girl will have a chance tc- participate
in the sport of their choice regardless of their ability.
The Athletic Council wishes to thank Miss Riordan of Matty-
dale, Mr. Bradley of Pitcher Hill and Mr. Hobday of Cicero for
the use of their physical education facilities so that girls' and
boys' sport program could be carried on during the double
session at the high school.
The department appreciates the cooperation of Mr. Shedd and
his staff in arranging transportation the past three years. '
The Athletic Association, one of our most active organizations, is under the
guidance of Mr. A. D. Hall, assisted by Mr. Tucci and Miss Tucker.
The aim of the A. A. is to promote, supervise, and coordinate all recreational
and athletic activities of North Syracuse High School students. The Association
encourages the participation and membership of all students interested in rec-
reational and athletic activity. lts functions are to investigate and control all ath-
letic and recreational activities.
The governing body, or Council, is composed of the four officers, eight repre-
sentatives, two from each of the high school classes, and the managers of the
team in season. Its meetings are held twice a month. This Council grants all sports
awards, including block letters, numerals, and insignias.
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FIRST ROW: N. Mayer, C. Burkett, President, D. Shetron, Secretary, zee, R. Russell, J. Vollick, D. Giusti, R. Lane, T. Lane, R. Schader
COBCIW Hall, MiSS Tucker, Coach Tucci, L, Melvin, Vice President, G, Hansee, E. Briggs, D, Blackburn, R. Krohl, C. Bahnke, J. Fuller
JA APPCI, TVGBSUYBY: D. Roehm. SECOND ROW: B. Schoen, C. Bar- N. Hytron. NOT SHOWN: L. Obergtell, Vice President.
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FIRST ROW: R. Sattler, C. Bechtal, D. Pike, J. Vollick, Hall, Athletic Coach, Mr. Tucci, Junior Varsity Coach.
D. Giusti, E. Briggs, C. Burkett. SECOND ROW: D. THIRD ROW: R. Krohl, H, Arnold, D. Lane, J. Cortese
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D. Tisdal, R. Johnson, B. Redrnon, T. Lane, R, Littleboy, Mr. Hall, Mr. Tucci. THlRD ROW: W. Hill
R. Maylone, P, Murphy. SECOND ROW: R. Izzo, C. Falter, J. Palmer.
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H, Griff, President: P. Swift, Treasurer, P. Crawshaw,
Vice President, C. Obergfell, B. Schaap. SECOND ROW
P. Hunter, D. Kuhn, C. White, C. Peck, B. Garelick, B.
Wheatley, G. Hansee, S. Pointer, S. Miller, THIRD ROW:
B. Stockton, M. Brand, K. Spillane, E. Bieloski, L. Le
gere, M. Davison, N. Merriam, N. Shea, J. Rpthbaler
FOURTH ROW: C. Osborne, S. Johnson, J. Chandler
D. Luce, D. Shetron, S. Schad, P. Wilson, M. Wilson
FIRST ROW: M. Yuill, K. Searles, B. Stockton, Captain: B. Richardson, M. Grover, E. Parker, M. Wilson, J
Mrs. White, Advisor, N. Lathrop, Captain: A. McMa- Kimbell, C. Osborne, L. Shepard, B. Scherz, M. Kirsch.
hon, P. Burns. SECOND ROW: M, LaRochelle, C. Grover,
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L. Larson, Manager: D. Shetron, Captain: Miss Tucker,
Advisor: J. Cross, Captain, E. Dailey, Manager: E.
Alletzhauser, J. Herbert, P. Schultz, C. Galipeau. SEC-
OND ROW: M. Willis, J. Gurzney, S. Neimeier, D.
Beam, B. Subik, B. Garelick, G. Furco, L. Snyder, E.
Bieloski, C. Tracey, B. Benson, J. Lowe, C. Behnke.
P. Rose, J. Garling, S. Birchrneyer, N. Lathrop. THIRD
ROW: L. Towndrow, L. Shepard, M. Schultz, C. Bar-
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P. Stemmler, D. Wyman, C. Allen, M. Wagner, G.
Hansee, S. Pointer, K. Gillette, C, Darminio, C. Grover.
FOURTH ROW: A. Folger, M. Fretheim, N. Lane, K.
Spillane, B. Stockton, L. Southard, C. Osborne, B. Rich-
ardson, J. Hopp, S. Olson, M. Grover, J. Kimbell, B.
Rolince, M. LaRocheIle, A. Kord, P. McDole, M. Kirsch,
J. Yost, J. Fuller.
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DEEP IN THOUGHT
R. Shannon, L. Seibert,
G. Pauette, E. O'Toole,
Mr. Hoover and Locker Keys.
The North Syracuse High
School library serves approxi-
mately fifteen hundred students.
Mrs. Reddick, librarian of the
Senior High, and Mrs. Simeone,
librarian of the Junior High, are
The library collection consists of 4820
volumes with 482 of these in departmental
libraries. During the school year of T952-
l953, six hundred volumes were added to
the collection, and circulation reached an
all time high of l7,726 volumes. In addi-
tion to the reference, biographical, fictional,
and non-fictional sections of the library,
seventy-three periodicals are subscribed to.
These apply to almost every interest of the
The facilities of the library are used extensively. It
is in continual use for undergraduate classes, adult
education, panel discussions, and various organiza-
tional meetings. The library is decorated with murals
and paintings from undergraduate art classes.
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Mrs. Leonard, Mr. Leonard, Nancy Brunet,
"THE LOVELIEST NIGHT
OF THE YEAR"
All the world is still and quiet,
Vanished are worry and care,
The moon casts shadows on the trees,
And lovers' whispers fill the air.
The laughter is soft, and gay are all,
The stars blink like candles above,
All the wonders of night enthrall,
And all the wonders of love.
And in the midst of this quiet scene,
We thrill to the crowning of King and Queen
The music is soft, and lights are low,
Eyes are shining and faces all glow.
'Twill soon end, the night to ever endear,
And it becomes a memory,
The loveliest night of the year.
Mrs. Leonard, Mr. Leonard, Nancy Brunet, Jack Appel, Joyce Cross, Bill Armani,
Elaine Bieloski, Ronald DiFulio.
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FRONT-Frank DeTiere, Jack Appel, Ronald DiFulio, Judy LaRose, Nancy Hytron,
Joan Baius. BACK-Barbara Kafzung, Fredric Watrous.
Cam, Am Jamey ASSEMBLIES
During the school year considerable effort is
made to present assembly programs in both the
afternoon and morning session. The assemblies
are designed to be enjoyable, informative, and
interesting for all students. Various organiza
tions such as the Dramatic Clubs, Student Coun
cil, and Athletic Association contribute to assem
bly planning and development. Such special pro
grams as paid speakers, singers, and acts are
provided to increase variety and interest. Special
assemblies at Christmas and Easter enhance the
beauty ot the season and give greater opportu
nity for active student participation.
Patricia Mattison, Barbara Kellogg. Ted Conway, Diane Satranko.
Barbara Katzung Jim Johst
Bobbie Russell Jack Beam
Linda Legere Chuck Burkette
Karl Bechtel Herb Arnold
Carm Riccelli Noel Files
Lois Sykes Shiela Hughes
Judy Parent Robert Krohl
"WALLFLOWER" is a high comedy with a deep undercur-
rent of sympathy and understanding for youth. It is the
story of the average American couple who try, somewhat
unsuccessfully, to cope with the problems of their youth-
ful daughters. The solutions to some of these problems
were often drastic but effective and made for an evening
of excellent entertainment.
ln order to serve the community more et-
fectively, Adult Education has been developed
as one ot the vital services of the school. Held
during the evening, the following classes are
offered as part ot the curriculum.
Bookkeeping and Accounting
Dressmaking and Sewing
Law Everyone Should Know
Radio and Electronics
Sewing and Knitting
Shorthand l, 2
Training for Equivalency
Mrs. Barbara HorTon
Mrs. Carla Zawar
Mrs. June Porubek and Miss Dorothy DeCicco.
DID MOST FOR THE CLASS
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
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Mr John Antes
Mr and Mrs Bader
Compluments of M H Baker
Baker and Carpenter
L G Balfour Co
Colburn Barkley s Sales
Beauty Craft Floors
Compluments of John Bench and Son
Mrs J Bolton
Cam Nel Restaurant
Mr and Mrs Frank Case Jr
Centervnlle Supply and Bldg Corporatlon
Putt Chandler s Barber Shop
Mr and Mrs F E Christ
Cucero Lumber Co
Dody s Beauty Shop
Mr and Mrs Kyle Dolbear Sr
Down and Hall
Duff s Food Store
Mr Arthur Dygert
Art Edwards Dump Truck Service
Ray Fueld The Frnendly Barber
Fox Real Estate
Dora Franceen Dress Shop
Fran s Restaurant
Green Acres Restaurant
Gress s Hardware
Gurgnard Flornst Inc
Haberer s Super Market
Harvey Bros Grocery Store
Charlne Holmes Mobllgas Station
Mr and Mrs JohnW Hopp
House s Superette
Howard s Pharmacy
Compliments of Earl Hytron
J and J Hardware
Jo s Pnzza House
Jack Krssock s Tlre Co
Ladd Insurance Co
La Londe s Lzquor Store
Judy La Rose
Complnments of Dr Morrls Lassman
D A Leo s Servlce Statnon
Mrs Jane N Manchester
Complnments of Martin s Restaurant
Marv s Wearnng Apparel
Ma and Pa s Restaurant
Mattydale Krddue Shop
Mattydale Muslc Center
McKinley s Super Market
Mellone s Store
Mr and Mrs Mllton F Melvin
North Syracuse Laundromat
North Star Laundry and Dry Cleaners
North Syracuse Outlet
North Syracuse Sales
Mr and Mrs James Oberholtzer
Onondaga Heatnng and Supply Corp
P and C Food Market
Pam s Dnner
Branch Perfectuon Dry Cleaners
Peter s Barber Shop
Mr and Mrs Packard
Putcher Hull Servnce Station
Route ll Funuture and Appluance Co
Roxann Supply Corporation
S and C Drugstore
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Sheeley Hardware lnc
Snow s Hardware
Speer s Service
Miss Esther Sleeth
W E Sleeth and Son
Julue Stevens Mobllgas Statlon
Stevens and Zollo Masonry Supplues
Rev and Mrs Stracker
Rev and Mrs Swales
Swltz s Flve and Ten
Charles Symer Rotary Station
Tanysyn s Servlce Station
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Teachout s Market
Town and Country Snack Bar
Unger s Department Store
Vlllage Dry Cleaners
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Wasburn Shell Statlon
Henry A Wason
Howard R West and Son Texaco Servnce
Wall s Barber Shop
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