Northside High School - North Star Yearbook (Corning, NY)

 - Class of 1951

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XXX f .,' y 4 A X 1- I XXX ?',,,N f X X gb, ' , fs' A X ' M! , ' 4. 1 f E . , F xi N i I5 ,Z:,y,, .. K .NFL A ...Z , ' K XG X, . I Was S W Af f, sf 1 f , g ff' f f 6 , X I 'X ,, N X x Risxh. , . 2 ss 'IH -4-x tlk' A ...N -dx, CHARLES ABBEY "Chucky" A sense of humor has this boy, Chuck. We know he'll always have qood luck. LORETTA ALLEN "Reita" l.oretta's number one in the music line. She plays the trumpet and violin fine, MARY LOU ALLINGTON "Mary Lou" A secretary she wants to be. ln a couple years, you wait and see. MARY ANN ALLOWATT "Mary Ann" Mary Ann could talk the leqs from a table. And each story she tells is a first-class fable. AUGUST ALTERI "Augie" This lad has jet black hair. I-le's always neat and dressed with care. YOHN ANDERSON "Andy" Andy loves gadgets and things. We hope to him success it brings. SHIRLEY BARNER "Shirttail" Shirl's heart yearns for Pennsylvania. Oh, yes, Oscar is her mania. ARLENE BARRETT "Cherry" Short, blond, eyes of blue, She will succeed someday, that's true. CAROLYN BEEBE "Carolyn" Vivacious, friendly, a true sports lover, ll you want a pretty qirl don't look for another. HAROLD BENEDICT "Harold" Harold never says a word Hes just as quiet as a bird IANE BENEDIC1' Hlanien lcinie likes to drciw and sing. Her witty humor is quite G thinq. MARY BETTS "Mart" Oomph, sl1e's qot so much. A sure success, we've qot cr hunch, BURDETTE BLACKWELL ..Dep.. His biq brown eyes ond Pennsylvcnio drciwl Moke him o favorite of us ull. THOMAS BONIK "Molotov" Tom is forever hurting his knee, Regardless cf thot, o hard worker is he. LINDA BURLEY "Lin" She hos her quorrels, nicstll' with men 'Ihey only bring trouble, don't they Lin? VIRGINIA COCCHO "Gena" I ask her what she liked. She said, "Getting up, eatinq. Gnd QO- ing to bed." DOLORES COLE "Dodie" The more she eats the smal- ler she'll get. A nurse she'll be to the sick, we bet. RUTH COMPTON "Ruthie" Ruthie likes to act, you know, For it comes natural for her to do so. KATHLEEN CRANE "Kathleen" Short and petite This gal is sweet. MARION CRANE "Marion" Early in the morning you can hear Marian's voice so sweet and Clear. PHILIP CROOKER "Phil" Phil has a blush that out- shines the sun. When the girls start to tease him, then comes the fun. ASHER CUTLER "Asher" Asher is cr kid at heart. You wouldnt know it, he is so smflrt. MARGARET DARCANGELO "Maggie" Margaret likes bookkeeping for it brings her laughter W'henever she hears, "It's in the next chapter." FRANK DiGIACOMO "Frankie" 'When he passes the girls, he can wear them. Vifhen he passes the girls they all say, "Aheml" PAUL DILLENBECK "Paulie" Friul is devilish and likes to swim. Uncle Sarrfs Navy will sooi get him. RAYMOND EASTERBROOK HRGY.. A quiet lfid is Ray But we still think that he's O, K. IAMES EASTWOOD uhm., lim will always be pitching hay, And getting up at the break ot day. NATALIE EATON "Nat" Natalie likes rollerfskating at the Grotto Be a good friend and you'll follow her motto. WILLIAM EDMISTER "Bill" B1ll's a great big hunk of mari His girl, I. O., is his No. l tan. PAUL EDWARDS "Paul" Chemistry Gnd I3hY5i5S he likes best, AAnd ffgm tl16TI'I bOll'I h6 IIFICIS no rest. ARLENE ENEDY "Arlene" Arlenes heart is, as "good as gold." VVhover she meets is imme- diately sold. KAYE EVERETT HKGYG.. Kaye is tall and also neat. His year-long stride can't be beat. ANN FAHR "Annie" Her art is always done with lCICl Her hair is pretty, that is a fact. VIRGINIA FITZSIMMONS "Ginny" Ginny's the "baby" ot the class. Her public speaking will all surpass. BEVERLY FULLER "Bev" Ee-'Jerly makos most all her clothes, Witn her as your seamstress, you'1l never be froze, IOAN GORDON "Ioanne" loan is small and petite and neat. Her beautiful penmanship gives teacher a treat. IOANNE GRAMOGLIA "Ioanne" A cute little chick with big dark eyes. Her long black hair invites the sighs. IUDA GREEN "Iuda" Always a smile, always a friend, In any crowd Iuda will blend. PAUL GREIFF "Stephen" A likeable chap is he, And successful he will be. ERNESTINE GRIDLEY "Ernie" Ernie's a pest in the utmost degree, But we still love her to in- finity. ,lain . PATRICIA GRIFFIN "Pat" There never was a girl like Pat. Her moods will change as quick as that. DAVID HENDERSON .IDGVEH Teasing Mrs. Haskins is Da- vid's favorite chore. He's likely to get murdered but still he does it more. BARBARA HEYN ..BGrb., She loves sports and has blond hair. She's always immaculate and justly fair. THOMAS HOGUE "Tom " A friend to all. l-le likes football. IAMES HYDE "Doc" Statistics and figures come easy for Doc And with his violin he can really play Bach. NELLIE IACOBUS "Nellie" Nellie is small and always has been, Except for the time her mumps set in. IACQUELYN IONES "Iackie" Iackie's graceful, laclcie's tall. Someday she'll play in Car- negie Hall. PAUL IONES "Paul" Hunting and fishing is lots nz cm. vi ian. VVhen the truant officer comes just watch the fun. SYLVIA IONES "Mouse" Cheering, to Sylvia, is lots of fun. She'll cheer from morn to the set of the sun. IAMES KELLEY uhm., Kelley is an Irish lad. Driving cars is still his fad. IRENE KIES "Renie" lrene's quiet, friendly, nice A friendship like hers has no price. RICHARD KOTTWITZ "Dick" President of the F. F. A. That's our boy, hip, hip. hurrah. ERNESTINE LQFEVER "Ernie" Ernie's friendly, helpful and QUY- She's one swell gal that's all we can say. MARGARET LAKE npeqqyn All honors for best dressed she'll take. And a wonderful teacher she's sure to make. WAYNE LANPHEAR "Wayne" Wayne loves music from his sax, And good marks he never lacks. ROBERT LARRISON ..BOb.. Ecb's continuol mournful plea, ls why should life gll lC1bOL1Y be? GARY LEE "Gary" Gary is much more othletic thon most. But he'll die of fotigue on his way to the Post. PATRICIA LEWIS "Pot" Pot hos freckles by the score, To count them would tolce forever more. GEORGE LOTT "George" George cc1n't help but ol- woys succeed, Because of his quiet ond sincere creed. THOMAS LOUGHRIDGE "Tom' ' Girls don't foze this true book lover. Soon we think he'll come from cover. RICHARD LUCE "Dick" Dicks lough brings lots of fun, No mutter whot, he gets things done. ANNE MacALPINE ,fAnneu Anne goes steady with ci guy ngmed Howgrd And with her sweetness he is showered. SHIRLEY MANWARREN "Shirley" She prefers the rnen in col- lege. No doubt but what she'll goin much knowledge. AGNES MARTUSCELLO ..Aqqie,, Aggie olwoys likes to twirl. All in oll she's quite o girl. RUTH MAYNARD "Ruthie" Ruthie con't help but suc- cessful be, For o moster gt moth ond Latin is she. DANIEL MCLAUGHLIN "Dirty Dan" Dan lost his tooth in his junior year He drives :1 truck but have no fear, MARCIE MCLEAN "Rusty" Marcie's work is sellina candy. All her art is really dandy. IAMES MCQUILLEN "Eddie" Here is the quy they call "Carrott Top lim". You'll qet telegraph mes- sages delivered by him. IOAN MCQUILLEN "Ioanie" Though hot-tempered and red-haired is Ioan, There's one thinq certain, she won't live alone. STUART MILLER "Redball" Stuart's a clown you can be sure, His hopped-up hotrod is just a blurr. BELVA PALMER "Belva" lf you meet her on the street. Youll note that she is al- ways neat. IOANNE PARDEE NIO.. A quiet and happy Fifi IS she, And a friend to us she'll always be. ROBERT PHASE "Bob" From Big Flats hails this Bob. Being devilish is his job. ARBERTA PERRIGO "Berdie" This gal with dark brown eyes, Will let you in for a big surprise. LLOYD PERRY "Lloyd" Here is a bcy that likes to draw. I-le'll make a plan without a flaw. ARNOLD PIPE "Arnold" Tall and blond just like a Viking. A football game is to his liking. BETTY REINHEIMER "Lu Lu" Betty likes baseball, basket' ball and track. Her cheerleading jump near- ly broke her back. LORETTA RINKE "Loretta" A friend now and a friend forever, That's Loretta, whatever the weather. MERRILL ROBINSON "Gene" This boy is always on the go. I-le's from Big Flats you ought to know. IOANNE ROCCO HIGH If you are sick and need a nurse, Call loanne and you won't get worse. IOAN ROGERS Hlocmf, Sh"s quiet and shy, Vfiti cne steady guy. PATRICIA ROLL "Pat" A leading majorette in our hand, Her stepping high was real- ly grand. PATRICIA ROSSETTIE "Pat" Pat and Norman are a steady pair. Whos always neat and dressed with care. ELEANOR RUNDELL "Eleanor" This gal who keeps her marks up high W'ill be taking pulses by and by. PATRICIA RUOCCO "Pat" A winning Way has our girl, Pat. She'll never again he called "too fat." RICHARD RYALL "Dick" Men cf few words are the best says Dick. But all of us think he is playing a trick. PATRICIA SANFORD "Pat" Secretarial work will be her ioy While she's Waiting for an Army boy. LORRAINE SAVORY "Rain" She goes through life with- out a care With golden color in her hair. PATRICIA SENKULICS "Pat" Oh, so shy and oh, so sweet. It's certain her blush cannot he heat, MARY ANN SHAY "Marriann" Her questions are always there, And so is Edgar, so beware, DIANA SMITH HDV, Di's infectious qiqqle is ruze, liut so is her hrdnd of heuiity fair. IUNE SOWERSBY nlunen This qirl prefers the boys from Both. Bookkeeping is her only math. IAMES STANTON uhm.. I'l1e idrmer rises with the dawn, find puts his red suspenders On. I.eROY STANTON "LeRoy" Although history may lead him to idme, Arquinq is his favorite name. RICHARD TAYLOR "Tiny" Dick is toll cmd broad dnd stronq, When playing trickle, he won't go wronq. PAUL VOSE "Vosie" A Carefree lad who loves qcod books, Worried or troubled he never looks, ANTHONY ZINE UTOHYH Ton alwa s likes to roam Y Y 1 But the NROTC will soon be his home. CHARLES WICKWIRE "Herman" A success he'll be, now and forever. His friendly nature ceases never. 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Squrres we leave Ann Farrs artrstrc abrlrty Grnny Ertzsrrnrrons bequeaths her supremacy as the youngest member 4 her class to lvfarre Bozrrrrs a worthy sophomore Bev Fuller leaves her sewrng abrlrly to Nancy Prerc To lanet Husted we wrll Icon Gordons c aslarng temperament loanne Grrrnoglra wrlls her coyne s to Betty McClure luaa Green bequeaths her shyness to Barbara Allen Pa rl Cwrerfl leaves hrs quret nature to Ronnre Ash We wrll Ernestrne Grrdleys exuberance and attrac tron for older rrren to loan Faulrsr a lucky soohomore To Peggy Teeters Patrrcra Grttn leaves her love or argurng Davrd Henderson wrlls hrs unusual way cf strckrrg rs foot rn hrs mouth to anyone who lrkes to aet rnto trouble To Mary Frert s vc bequeath Barbara Heyns love tor spo ts Tom Hague gladly leaves hrs trrals a'rd trrbulatrons rn Latrn three to Donald Mcnnrno To Edgar Ma ee we wrll lamos Hydes screntrtrc rrrrnd le re lacolus beg re ths lfer lrkc Ee y Vobe page thrrty two "C I 'Q V? 'lla ,I -. 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QU' 1' ' 'I IO 4 'II' en? s 9 I 'fd 1,0 Il 74 'fl ff If I," f 1,4 I ""'1I1.Z" "1 By puttrng together tts drarnatlc talent the class of 1951 rn the fall of thls year proudly presented a record rnakrng semor play Mother Is A Freshman Through the efforts of M1ss Reba Masterson the dramattcs coach and the sentcrs the three act comedy drew the largest f1rst nlght aud1ence ever to wuness a N I-I S Senror Play The story whrch was successful on Broad way and as a motlon plcture concerns the IV' ul ' 11 ar I love affalrs of a wrdow Ab1ga1l Forhtude Abbott and her g1ddy teen age daughter Susan S1nce they are low on funds Ab1ga1l dectdes to take a scholarshlp offered to any woman whose narne 15 Abrgall Fortrtude and to go to Po1nter College where Susan IS a sophomore Ablgarl meets Professor Mrchaels wrth whom Susan IS madly ln love Cornph catrons arrse The whole srtuatlon develops lnto a charnung comedy 5 :ge lh1IlYI1VG V v, V V" 17 ", 0 E I ,,: f sz Q ' 4 , V Q .lv 4 .1 5 . 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K 4? il if ga: ' alll I Row Row Row Row ow 5 Row Qrearer S Syear S Parkmll M Rhoda N Robbms Nmard B Lcmmsbury M Monks I Lapasnxck Lngnt R Koval G Morgan D Rle N Pxerce Marmmo G Lechner D Smlth I. Nlxon M McLauqh1m I Maneval I Pleiro Kuss I. Northway M Lapp P Lsso R I-Ioqancamp R Wughtman Magee L Breon R LaFever VN McLean N Smith R Aftuck 11' If I I in I" '11, all, 1177114 CLASS OF I 952 P00 J :r lp ras 5 I: on 541' 'lyx '41, 41" s ', page forty I Y A I v- wx . 1: S. ..'. , . A , . " , . , . ' 2: D. 1' , . 3 , . , . ' 3: M. ' ' , . ' , . ' , . ':, . ' : R. , . , . , . e , . , . ' 6: E. , . , . , '. ' , . 1 , . ' fl' ' v , Q 4 I 0' - 1 " , 'f , .. .' ' e 2 1 1 , Q, c c 'I ? 1 .I , 'ng I .' I N I' S 1' ' ' .' s' O., ' QL, ' I 'Inman-oamw Row Row Row Row vnshunnwunf- .I 'Q' fU5 Vg: 44 vb 40 C40 R Delo eph C Aulm M De M Conqaon F Orton I Buchanan R Bozlch M Byrskl L Berto F Andrews A Cloud C Carpenter H Caurkms M Conkhn D Burrell R Allen G Banheld D Cole W Carl H Adrrance L Black P Blank H Depew I M1ller D Wrllrams M Hooker F Alterr E Qonners A Prpe CLASS OF l952 dill 1: ' lip -If 70001717 f ,If I v,1ll -'I' ,,rf1u5 If I" , . ,fa 1 ' 1' -' 1'1.. 1' 'QLHH' I A ca' 54,1 xxx, Oll ,,l r I ' 1 Q 4 lr I ' 'I N I K' all 6 Q ff .I I Q x I .0 5 5 ' ' co l ' ff' '- lf, ff' AN, K . N lx-, l Q I . . . U1 ,H E -u I . , . , H . ., fl' ' x '. I ' 'ul' . . , L . 4 5 N , - - f :FN , Q Af 'N li , h - Q. X , - . - , . 5 . - ' " 5,14 5 - 4- -' s .w l ' i , D P4 ' n 'N 'll f R. H r V!" R , N - f' ' - fl .Q . . 4 g X ' 3 5 ' A-wa, C 3 ' G , ,-0' ' .. f ' . ' l Q 1 Q - - .. me . i. Q page forty one iff ,111 v,fl ' ' al Row Row Row CLASS OF l952 S N N N x N N 0 X Q ,Q N Ifilao' 1 l Q N S ,gr 'rp D N I ' I I: QI , I ,1 qsx. 041 0 ,,,,l 1 PUCC1 R West S Wheeler R Smxth D Callahan Eoner I Landers G Ohver W Osborn P Teeters C Speer B Wmner E Porter K Breu1lly Wheeler E Schnckl B Weber G Sharman W Persmg C Narde K Taft G Powell I page forty two 4'- I ." 7 :U o , + 2 ' 3? F9 E9 IT T'-7 E" D W - E .. .- 5 ' B V3 . . , O P N - N - cn . 5 I 2 w"'0 pl if . QD . 2 I - - 0 rx , "0 X - - .U " 5 ' . sv uf' - - D . ' P1 lx . Q 4 1 ' g E- ': , yr " Q -. 5 . I .' - S , ' EL . W 0 2 I . 'Q Rx' Ax L ral' - I s G N Q . 5 5 - I ' xx ill ' ' 26-. D -, N . x ,- K . 'K C "4liIfq 1: I, flvl,,,l Q q,1I Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 11' -wnq 9 QUE I4 A Krohulek V Hotcxhnq I Hoobler M Lcxnpheor M Lcmdolf M Hamel I-Icrrtmcm B Horrlson B Hull F D1I.ouro I Iohnson L Kxmboll M Kelley I Bemcxmm T Crooker Gzcxrchncx P Mosher A Frost K Losey B Ketchum R D1G1acomo P Kes I Rxley K Blank W11cox R Fxtzslmmons T Iocobus W Connor H Breon W Mcfilhcney CLASS OF i953 r N-p I 'Q ra I J ll'l Q 4' ,,l I ,, y"'. s I Q x , I I tal s 1 11 'lf' Ol I' ' I' 4 I ' "1" page forty four E' I 'WW WI A f I, - v :jar-I . 1 ' 3' . , U - 'VM K y I I . I' Vx . 1: M, , . ' , . , . , , , . 2: B. , . ' , . , . ' , . , . ' , . , . ' , . Row 4: M. Keeley, D. Crane, E. Hooker, D. Hole, T. Burr, C. Havens, C. Harris, M. Freiios 5: A. ' , . ' ' , . , . , . , . O J -YD I , If: 'E ' 1: pil-.. A c ' 151' f---, ' I f - . . 0 ,f'- 1'- fl E fl 'E 'Q' '06 I1 as 'I 'I lf E ff "O 1, wi A 'A a - - . ,,j," If ,Jig g ,.,l Q sv. L. ilk", I s I i'.. s' - 1 s, , 1, Row Row Row Row inseam-4 b77""""" Conqon M L Corner B Blshop M Bozmls M Ccrvczllcxro S DC-ucxcomo Fouhsx Allen P Gcllcxczher V eortnqht F Euslmq F Sxmpson L Plulups N L Beebe A Carpenter I-1 Iohnscn Depew G l-lmsch r M Cxlzp L Wolcott I Henderson Cole G Ellls W Ogden I DCIVIS L Brace I Farr F DOVIS M Cox CLASS OF I953 fl i ,1 41" ll'l Q lla I In " ad I' I Q A , page forly f1VS I. . If Q lx I l: P. , . . A , . ' , . ' ' , . , . i ' , I. ' ' 3: S. , . ' e , . " ' , . . . Bow 5: D. Locey, B. Fish, R. Vunlilten, L. A. Dickermcxn, VV. Block, R. Olinqer, M. Cody, B. Weber, R. Aldrich O s ' f I p Q 'Prglfllvnr - C : ""'x r : r I 'a' N l"'I ' I 'f ' 9 'f' O I ' I .f I 2 if ,ful -' f 1 .1 ,f S' F ,U a"""o411l, -I 'dJl. "ll .x.v' '-11' .'l,ll, .l',.1l' x-" 'vi' 'UI' 5 1-411 '01, 1' C LASS OF 1955 '1 f n N K N J N Y N s Q A b I xi N N N S fa K s" X Q S K S N X O 5 X 1 0 S N I N ,P K lx N X N ,I 41" ' Row Senkuhcs M Taylor D Telehany C Dlxon M Woodworth H Swan Row Thompson R Coons L Wyhe C York H Mayo I Strawser C Sheehan I Carlton Row Ouattrmr R Wolcott M Woodhouse I Overstrom R Lorey V Wood I Walker Comfort Row Truax D Chxlcote G Shepherd D Schmitt I Smxth I Rlchard R Moulton page forty slx gl O I - . -YJ 7 , 3 'gf lzanllyg A c I -'i-0 , u,1 X 1-.,, r I ' . I' I , X 1 .I 0 1 ', ' l P' I I O l Q In 1 X f 5 I 'I ,, I N I I l Q , 9 I sf X I K "J", 11, .fl taut.. to ' 2g.v' '. 'Q ff "' I, E..-L". 'I 1 1. l,,,1 ,Qi " Row 1: K. Ward, P. Thomas, M. Taft, M. Vcmfltten, I. Tuthill, B. Swarthout 2: N. ' , . , . , . ' , . , . 3: L. , . , . ' , . , . , . , . , . 4: F. ' ', . , . , , , . . , . , . , C, 5: I. , . ' , . , . ' , . ' , . ' s, . 5 ' O C ,1 ,I Iliff! 41 Row Row Row Row Row Row CLASS OF I953 O40 ,s 1101 1 I, ',fr. v , z s I x 5 I ' ' ,,1 ,n,1 0,1 .,l ,f v-,,1 Luce V Mapes M L Morse M McPherson W Olmstead Pratt R Soper M Sargent R Remhelmer M Alderman F Andrews W Palne Clark S Rasmussen S Heverly N McOmber D Spotts W Sllva N Overstrom R Tuthlll R Carroll Horton D Sharman B N9Wk1Yk I Lewis I V1ne M Rrchards K Shlne E MCGUIHSSS D Damoih I Schuck A Babblsh R Ash page forty seven JI' S1 K 1'w 1 0,,l 11 ankln O 5 - - . -YD - K , , 5 --.3 '44 21 1 ,,. - c I 1" x l"" ' I I l f I 4 f N I 1' o 4 I' v ' 9" f 1 ' I ' I' I N f 5 1 ,I ,, I N 1 I I Q , ' I sf X I , "J", 14, .- gdal.. Lvl' 2x.v' '. A! I' A "' ' 2.'L-'Q In ' s. S., l As, ' l: K. , . , . . , . , . 2: G. , . , . , . ' ' . . , . , . ' 3: R. Alexander, M. Thomas, P. Weaver, N. Scoit, B. Randall, S. Darrow 4: H. , . , . , . , . , . ' , . , . ' , . R ' 6: L. , . ' , . , . , . ' . . QF . 1. A A S M-mrdmmavmrw I 'll ,I 'IA f'q "Q v Row Row Row Row Row 'O ,117 1 ' 'Q fl 1 f Y 4' 5 I I , r O iw, 1,1 I u '11 .ss ,gQ9 I ,I D41 1' 'll ' x 5 Q Row Mass: M Patierson L Pernqo M Maynard D Patterson I Kmq I Lanager Row Rossettle I Kosty C Lockwood S McPherson D Wmters I Lando Row Lament S Tong F Palmer W Housman S Prmce B VanOrder Row Pope A McHenry H Mlller V Radford K Green CLASS OF I954 1lf,"Q 11' Q2 I vll ' , ,IA pq I' ,,. Ill 1 I Q ' I p Y 4' 5 I D I Q qi, I '15 I ts S .s,s 1 ,I I dl will 0 1 gy 1 ,,l ,ll I 0 1 x page forty nme :um OO Si SQ 00 CDU! "UI r- Z E0 S5 EAI? rn! E rn ,HZ CD 5:10 U15 5 UE UI Z' 54 -4 EL' 3,5 S 5 Q31 5 35 -49 2 430. Sm S O5 OE 5 cn E3 5 :U un KD Q 'L O .-.2 f :U A 2 . . f I ls. Q 5 '-, PUDWFWUZ N 'U - pg'- "1J ' - . ' . Q .- -Q vo . . 'I N .X ID 1 ?' 521 .. ' . -U. lx - . ' I . Z Z? - 1 y m ' . , - I - . Us . . , 0- . , I. .- . .N 2 '- x-, X U, P Xgx - . 3. 'Q FU- I 1 - T. . 52. x . ' xt. . - . Xxxly . Jil' , . l x " I - ,X . 5 I . "Q . Q - . I xv- - . I Q. . 'N xi . X . 'II' S xp' f X 0 O D.. x 1 . ,IO x 4,10 9, CLASS OF l954 J f f K W 11,11 .4-426' vyllfli . vp sax. , ,,l 5' ,, IA. I' ',,. If .. ' "" l'r .fy F "1 ' ' i 411 ,111 I"'01lI' 'Ag xf' ssf' I wav!" IJ 551' ,gl ,,,, qxx .Q Row Row Row Row Row I-Iouber I I-Iorton I Klrk I H1ckey B Hooey S Howe F D1G1ccomo Eaton D Drehmer A Stlvcx E Lone I Nobrxqcx R Cardwell I l-Iousted B Skldmore L Persomous Stull E Squxres A Ickewcxy R Ickewcxy R Chrxstmun B Rtchords B Kelley S Nelson M Lupcsnlck Hunt Gould D TWISY I-I Rutledge M Walker W Klnq D Wxlls C VonLocn Kohler I l-loupe D Shea D Mlller R Strowser R Wood R Cole R Tremcnne 'Y page flfty I 'L qv. h 0 I 45"-J cl E 9 x if 1 'X P I Q n- ' f ' 1 6 1? 3 - 1 4 f - I - f I f I I - w 1 I -. ' ' f 1 ., '4 - 2, ' 5 . 1593 .Wi l: L. , '. . , . ' , . ' , . , . , . ' ' 3: P. , . ' , . , . , . ' , . ' , . , . , . ' . S. 4: G. , . ' , . , . , . ' , . ' , . CLASS OF 954 Q flax vfllfl Il""'s lr gx 1 , , J X X 1,0 I I , g ,,, 'v IL JI 114 f xl, Q lo. 1.1" Q " I 0 VII' flfl I 'vvfl tlkys ' fssv' I I 0,17 b,1' '11 Q,,l'5,,n .xx qu' Row Row Row Row Row Bow Allen L Prxce V Stuart L Blexchner D Compton B Arcanqell D Moore VanEtten 1 Ball R Clark W Lewls I Sparlmq I Moore L Cole I Kmften CISCO C Cornell W Pratt G Blackman R Cramer I-l Master rook I Els nhart Root D Bozlch A Fxelcls H l-htchcock K Alexander G Rogers E Murray C Barber I-lussak D Srmth L Bennett I Manmnq E Kahler M Bersswanqer L Porter I Blodqett I F y Durkln R Soper R Rocco B Scott B Ferrara S Brown S Bonady I Seaqur E Beach E Grrst Carpenter P Wrlber M Ruocco Davrs H Travrs D Cox B Scott B Relsbeck C McLean T Moshler H Frrends I MCGUIHQSS Mannmq S Chambers W Cody K mg if vb page frfty one U 'L I ' 1 - . :, 1 I ' ,- L ,s a s Q X f I 'NO .5 1 , S : : I ! Q 'r ' , fp .1 f 0 I I -' IIIA I, --: J. 4 'ilffgf ,I S 5. :QQ l: M. , . ' , . . . ' , . , . ', . 2: C. , '. , . , . ', . ' , . , . , . ' 3. W. ' , . , . , . , . , . 'K , . 'fe Row 5: I. , . ' , . , . ' , . , . ' , . , . , . a B. ' , . , . , .K' . IJ, . 'Q Row Row Row Row Row Row Cushxnq C DeWolfe K Iohnston N Baker P Brace E Bobrrck Bennett D Furney E Hooker F Gross C Hordmq I Rexsbeck I Hall N Homrlion Kuss G Burton S Heck I I-lcxrqcr P Nrxon R Dunnmq P Huber Fraser C Cook T Br1on C Ellrson F I-Iennley Im t,,,l Smrth M Kllburn B Davxs R Fczrncomb R Mooney W Kennedy Benedlct M Snell D Walker I. Shuut CLASS OF L955 0 V :all 5 'x 4 4,41 kv qx 0 gs0'5,s 'gl x Jr' I page frfty two 1: D. ' , . , . , . , . , . ' 3: D. , . , . , . , . ' , . ' , . 4: L. , . , . ' , . ' , . 5: S. ' , . ' , , ', . , . , . 6: R. ' , . , . ' , . 0 ' f 1 f , 1 .U N1 K Q - 1, 5,9 : - N1 111.1111- Q .W 'ft' 1' .q, ' , ,g,,,f:,x, , Q fgxxs , , : .' 'U ' I x ' 9 " 7 3 I 1 I ' I ' f 4 - - '.,,l ,1 5 1 ,Ke S g 9 , f . -,-. 0' J 7 j ,. , .j, 1 'nie' 1 .v"L,1l' "' I, LJ I " qs" Lal' S' .7 U ,.s'- '- 1 I Row Row Row Perry Row se-y E Lewis C Voqt Row Iohnson I Lee S Malmc M Iohnston N Lee B R1ley P Bnqqs Lanphear V G1ven M Crandall P Olson I Wood P Demun D Slms KISS G Wise M Rhoacls B Mlller B Iohnson I Conqdon W Olmsteaa A Lounsbury I Ingalls Laton IN black W Everts V Lesche VV Best P Lucas R Starr C Vin Etten R Iohnson M Gum Klrk D Scott I Pope R Sm1th I KDIHIH M Cody N Cook G SJ1rtou CLASS OF I955 1" s Oo gg if IIJIIII rf 1 I0 ' 1 'r,,, 0, 40 off: QS: S Ny, OW, l 9 fa N 2 P435 I I 1 l' al vi - 4 or 1 ,J ll L,-alg.,s gl 5 Kg L54 4 I ls JI I page hfty three 1: K. , . , . ', . , . , . , . ' 2: L. , . ' , . , . , . , . , . ' 3: I. ' , . ' , . , . ' , . , . , . l, . , . , V. 4:L."','.",. ,. ,. ,. ,,, ,. ,, - 5:D.',. ,. ,. ",. ,. ,.'.'l1t O Q. I jr fe , " f f - x 3 'D 9' : - .. . :Y 'QS E Q , ,, 2 I I 1 r I : 'Q' .42 X .1 f- p "0 ' I1 3 ,f 'fx' 0 K , f 70, Q-2 '. ff : 1 9' Y ."!' 1 f -'Q' B I " ' ' ,ASO l I I I CLASS OF I955 X r D 'I 4111 1 I Bow Row Row Bow - Q 4111 1' "' ' 5 5' r,,, I 1, 40 4:45 L,a1, 1 ' s W y I 55 Gee C Boss I Blagkman S Hyde B Barry I Wolcott D Davrs Wetmore V Kexser N Grover I Barker I Colby S Clark M Wlqhtman I Barner Brennan I Gr1ff1n D Iordan B Burgess M Dtxon B Trondsen B Gray E Smith Dazley L Hammond R Dunmnq E Iacobus R Coleqrove H Heyn G Thompkms T Scott H Hall R Berhn A Faushsr D Premce paqe frfty four ,1 gl B ll I Xx? Qumn B o 5 .I " f' J ' Z I x' O N 9 I Q kt' I 1 4 Y' fs i - g ' 1 ' I A ' g., I is , . .91 'L I 1 , I' 5,5 - r I Q '47, .'.'4'f.' 471' z If A' 9 S ,, ,I :nl 'gg 'l If F ! 'B It "41: f' " " .,.':, 1' ' LJ " .s" 'I " L ' I ,,,- 1 I 1 I r I 1: V. , . , . Y , . , . , . , . ' Row 2: H. Mayo, I. Buck, R. Benedict, S. Iellison, L. Betts 4: I. , . . , . , . ' , . , . , . ' , . ' , . 2 ...M-6..W,wt, I in . 5 -. Q ' I A CLASS OF L955 v 1' :1 J!! 111.1111 'Q Ovid Q10 ' s 5 .x 9 ' Q alll' 5 , , f O43 ' s N I 3 U I H s s K s Q n 7 4 Q D f 9 x Row Row Row Row Row Row Pruden S Olmger A Dzybon I Hamson F' Randall C Weed Straub P Harrington I Orr M K1lbourne Overstrom L Bedlent W Laughhn A Larrlson S Sk1dmore I Vaughn Overstrom H I-loltzapple T Green F DuBo1s D Pearson C Button I Spemyak G Newman H Pltts D Slocume F Clark L Andrews M Ross D Crane I Haque K Ketchum M LaFever C Kottwltz W Bennett S Lxller T Quxqley I Mlles I Mclntyre F McKerrow page frfty two Qlfoo I Q K Y 'L U1 .A cn N f- '3- .. .. .. .. .. .. .s , .. .3229 I-wr'-.of . ..' O - . l . 1' xxx M . . U N . ' . xx , . gr. . v l . x , ' 1 ' ' 1' - s. . ,V . in . . -. . 5 ' , . ee' - ' wt 'I x I A I x'Xx . ' lx - ' 1"xX. . - I 5- ' ' may 0 . ' - R . XX . I ' Q r ' ' '-1 ' X I I I fx, X . . , , 5 - I XM U' I - at 5 ' 1 ' Q' Q ll Jw i. 'XXXQQA Q .rl- : " U- I . O.. O . f 'B-. C. is X. , x , X X 5 Row Row Row Woodworth Row Row Flow I lid' if I 116 L Hltchcock M Hamxlton L Eechent C Allen I Wheeler B Root B Shauglmessy R Overstrom C A Smxth C M Smrth N B ss V l.1ller E S1mth E l-lamngton I Kmner K Stowell D Sutton G Thrall G Teelers L Moshxer I Taylor P Preset B Green L Young S A I.eBaron K Pxerson E Laughlm E Barenthaler P Sargent C Newsom E Qulgley A F1elds H Wascmskx R Slermer G Clark A Bobnck C Hofstetter H Lee F Starr R Ross P Rogers G Twlst R Pxpe CLASS OF 1956 'I Al Q lla 'ei I L ' ,rx 0,15 'Ui' A ll, ,Il Q," 1 I kgs Ai - D P If ' rl. ' f 1 'ff In-.',.. ' 7 I 1 Ago 'I' 1n.',l : 5 .'l, ,Ivt S. Q page ixfty slx 1 , l 2: . , . . ' , . . ' , . e ,.', . ' , . ' , . ' 5: . 4 '. . , . , . ' 5 - Z- ff, ,rf, v I Q 5' - 1 ! ' ' 1? 115 9. Q 1' f I I :I ' A ff ,. I" Q v " -' 44 ' a' 0 0 " ' '- 11 ' ' " V' ' " 1' "9 'a G f K , 4 " f f 4 I I Q, .Q - ,g 5 I lt, ka n I I i Q JI 3 Row Row Row Row Row 9-1"vmwMz Orton S Wh1lCOmb I Moore G Cornell K Mourhess C Potter I Berleau E Rlley Carroll A Schultz l. Barnard S Davls S Hodge C Bates Baker W Greenheld R Cole L Castro K Buck C Davrs P Crockett Albee H Taylor I Carroll N McOmber C Carlson Stermer L Freeman I Alhnqton I McLean C Hllton G Buckley CLASS OF 1956 ix 'J if I ll 1, r"q A 10 11, 1 ' I ffl q o"0 ' ' 1 1 I 'lxgsq , O. -,, 5 ,fl 'll JI ." I 5' ' I ll Q," ks 141 0,1 J .,,l I, ,X S, page flfty seven w-,vm , M ff A V, W M 5M1,.,j,2W,. ' -""' t T - 7 ' . in A ' M 1' Q . ,.w.V.... 'u , 'I ' 1 L.: . j, 'ly if I Row 2: R. Walker, N. Willsey, H. Roll, L. Clark, S. Gee, S. A. Sowersby 3: H. , . , . , . ' , . , . 4: N. , . ' , . , . . . , . ' , . 5: P. , . , . , . , . 6: R. , . , . ' , . , . ' , . ',, r-, 1' 1' -' ' I 1' ' I Q' f' -f -au , , 'lp .I I I fl! I I , ,'l ' iq' 'l f', 0' xl 'Il ' f 11 t. ,fl "' I ' - " a""v H3 'A a ' If Q U I. ul L I t A 'A I . I' Ill If 'kd' z If 7 114: 5 1'- 1,11 I ill Q . zfk 4 , IIQ ,A 1,4 114 g,1f' vi' I 14' v,1".xs 77 1. Row G Row Row Row CLASS OF I956 G-A .ga D , . 1 1 1 ' .1 ll l q 1 ' I ' 5Xs' if au. ' I I Ls' 041' 'Oqlll' I ' 014' l,,1fn s" Hurd S Glover B Hussack I A Ramcmazzer B Davls M Grmnell D Hall Moms L Pratt T Iohnson P Canfxeld S Davls Remhexmer I Carpenter G Grldley P Lawrence A Ball K Bradlcwart R Slms C Nelson M Manwarren Stanton T Leanalrd C Housman R Burdxck T Relnhexmer D Gmnane S Kmffxn E McI.crughl1n Munn.. page hfty elqht it I' : 1? 'p : 5 v aol! Q 1 1 I fl I v :fl - fl . - ' I5 1 f 4 Q I 'ry - u I ::,..p uh 1 ,I Q! si 4 1 J. 1,2 ,, ,Z ,I v, z 1,1 : Q -. 2: L. ' . . , . , . ' , . ' Row 3: I. Marshall, I. Gurnsey, R. Garrett, N. Housnick, D. Ionhson, R. Compton, S. Holzapple A. .7 .iv . 4 b -l si? h . 'Q B Aff, f ' ' ff , I ' c Y . 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Lltfer :xy Ffixtf rs IL- :KVI Pqmfioli ui hcl.-1 Q' 1 Features fifilt I If'1 Q Ou' 1r5'I',::1 1 Art F'I1I'I Sp, ' Him' I I :infos K1-1.-1: If :isp I 1 '1' :J I 1. ,z :r-" f 1fj'1YI'Z:l'. :xii fx: 171: Stiilf. , E351 .Gs if mc: 1 Pose CIiYQiS'T1 .mCi'.'1 :rs '.' T? 1'I1i'fY 1:12 f.fr LLL Rowl C Beebe K Ereullly M Betts Mr Wh1tcomb P Gallagher R Ash I Overstrom Row 2 D Evans C Rbbey M Taft S Shearer K Luce P Lee Raw 3 I Maneval XA Edmtster R Aldrxch G Lee I V1ne R Kmftm pp lily I 1' Kyo K.- 141' Presldent VICG Presldent Secretary Treasurer AdV1SGf The Student Counctl Worked hard aqaln thls year followmq 1ts tradltlonal goal the trnprovement ot condltrons at N H S Sev eral cornm1ttees 1nclud1nq the athletlc scholar shrp cmzenshrp extra curncular assembly and publlclty commtttees were appolnted liz I ffrlv, 1 1, xt I' " ' ' - ,111 x. ,,, ' 'sw Mary Betts Kenneth Breu1lly Phylhs Gallagher Ronald Ash Mr Whltcomb In the fall the councll sponsored the Stu dent Assocrahon Drlve and prov1ded for an assembly teaturmq the Colgate Thrrteen In the Sprmq the act1v1t1es were cl1maxed by a banquet page slxty SIX ts 5 sf if W, -. A , , , 4. 4 te ' ' CN A sg? . 1 - ' - - ' l ' I A1 ' l' " ' l I X 0 2110, I .7 I O 1 9 o"s 5 Q' ' 5 I 7 .. 1' .o- ' I 0.1 pl I 'Q' ,fn ' A - 7 0,9 - Q lxyo 7 I, ',9 ' 1 .5 Q I . I I ' I . I I 1 . . . . I I . 1 1 I - I I - I ' . , . L. . -...a.. l -,,,,f l Howl H Lee W Greenheld M Hamilton D Iohnson D Smrth Mrss Bradley R Wray R Straub I Wolcott H Mayo R Srmms How R Clark I Sparhnq I Wheeler I Brackman D CUSDIDQ N Lapasmck S McLauqh1m R Soper C Van Loan R Ketchum S Nelson I Pope N Overstrom C Cook M Osborn R Iohansen P Crockett F DuBo1s ,111 ,411 I , ls rf ' I I I 1 all 5 I 5 I I I 4 1 ' ,1 I coll' 1 11' ll' 11 11111 'kxs ' ks Presldent VICG Presr Qecretary Advlser DaV1d Smrth dents Ioseph Spernyak Rudy Straub Nancy Lee Rlchard Wray Mrss Bradley Thls year the Iumor Hrqh Student Councll whrch scholarshlp and cltxzenshrp cmtatxons sponsored a SGYIGS of assembhes for rumor were awarded ln May a vlsltlnq day was hrah members presented by Jumor hlqh mem neld for the grammar school students who w11l bers Two award assernbhes were held rn enter our school next year pa e SIXIY seven 4 .. I '1 ,- 'I" D Q " I I' 1 , 0 0 ,rf ,,, 0, I f 1 ' 1' 1' , ' v " 1' .' I, 5 l 2 If ll' Q' 4' 1 1 ll ' 9 '. I 1 0 I - L, 4 cf I o,, Q" sr' ' 4 ' s.. .......... , I , rg ' - 0 lib W d Q s 159 Presldent Vrce Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer Adv1ser Tw1ce thrs year the Honor Soclety held assemblres at whlch they tapped Iun1ors and Senxors who were el1q1ble for lnductlon mto the Socxety There are four frelds 1n wh1ch a person must excel 1n order to be elected to the Honor SOC19lY They are leadershlp scholarshrp Pow l Row 2 Smxth I Hyde Mlss Olms ed I Overstrom Telehany I Landers Row 3 'viii' in, fe l'.'2' v- 4' N 'ral' s Ieanene Overstrom D1ana Srnrth Rose Clarkson Anne MGCAIQIHS Mrss Olmsted c1t1zensh1p and serv1ce A person must have 12 of these c1tat1ons to be el1q1ble scholarsh1p c1t1zensh1p leadershrp serv1ce and the remarnmg two any of these f1elds A MacAlpme R Clarkson Mmard N Pierce T Hoque M Darcanqelo W Lanphear B Heyn A Cutler L Burley E Magee Rundell M Light I Maneval M K Hlckey M A Shay page sxxty erqht L? u 4' ' - ss 11 .-,1l1t I I I jg 1 ' J' . D' .0 - 1 , 1 5 ,, wtf f ' ' ":. 4.v'5l' If 45' Historian ..................... Iames Hyde ' ' ' ' ' ' 5 in ' ' . 3 in ' ' ' ' ' ' l in ' ' l in ' ' ' ' . ' , ' , in ' . L I l , . , I l , . , . 4 , . C. , . fl 'I fl 1. "A, 1 1 ,fl Ieanette Landers Marllyn Llght Iames Maneval Donald Mannrno Advertrsrng Manager Mary Kathertne I-hckey Co Edttors Busrness Manager On October 27 the Trqer Talk staff edlted the trrst 1ssue of the school paper Mrs Kulls then appornted a new board composed ot Junrors A delegatron from the newspaper represented Northslde at the ESSPA Conven t1on tn Syracuse where they heard Sherla Iohn 114 News Edltor Feature Edltor Sports Ed1lOf Typlng Ch1et I 1 Nancy Plerce Edgar Magee Arthur Wetmore Lou1se Lersenrmq Daly the wrdely known teen age columntst Further honor was QIVQH T1qer Talk when Ieanene Overstrorn Iames Hyde Asher Cutler Rose Clarkson and Anne MacAlp1ne were 1n1t1ated 1nto Ou1ll and Scroll an honorary hrgh school 1ournal1st1c SOCIGIY Rowl A Wetmore 'N Prerce L Lelsenr ng I Maneval M L1ght Mrs Kulls I Landers D Manmno M K l-llckey E Magee Row 2 F Orton M DON S Parkhlll B Weber W Osbon I Pletro I Sheedy L N1xon K Breullly B Wrnner D M1nard A Frost S Foley Flow 3 P Lee L Northway K Ward P Lesso B Loinsbury C Carpenter IVI Freltas S Hlcks B Greene R M Deloseph page SIXIY nlne " 17? fs ll "Q", " ' Ll I ' ' 4'1" 1.-S" Q: 7 .1 .4 4' -- 'P ',,f - vw Ls- , lm.- I1 M' DJ ' ' -- ' ' Adviser ...... ................... M rs. Kulis - ' ' I 1 I I , . 'TQ' 4 U I f ' 5 we I' " , Qy , K If Row l A Allowatt I Pretro F VISIIC1 M Darcanqelo D Mannmo C Beebe I Maneval Mrs McOmber Smxth T Burr B Heyn P Travrs N Clark L Nrxon S Barner Bow Z DeIoseph M Dow S Foley N McOmber M Rlchards M Conklin R Rankin L Rmlce I Hyde GTIHID E Magee D Smrth C Sheehan KShme K Losey P Thomas K Ward Row 3 Blshop G Harrlnqton M Hamel D Evans S Parkhrll R Compton L Allen R Moulton B Hem hermer I Gordon B Greene S Shearer K Luce P Lee rq 1 Q Q11 1 1 ':111l2l"" if C 01411 Fresrdent Vrce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Entertamment Advrser T ns year members ot the Semor Footllght Scclety presented several one act plays and slats at the meetmgs As an assembly pro ararn they presented two pantomlmes The Boot Fell ln starrmg Kay Ward Kay Locey Buth Corrp cn Edgar Magee Ralph Allen and Thomas Burr and ln The Good Old Nrck Ot Trme starrrng Nancy McOmber Dalton Mm 'I 11111 'Ill I ff'-'S 1 1 f . ff ':1l .ff I 541 '1 'l'1,l' 11' '11 ,I Al Dlana Smlth Iames Maneval Carolyn Beebe Thomas Burr Donald Mannrno Mrs McOmber ard Thomas Burr Kay Luce Iames Maneval Paul Travrs Edgar Magee and Don Manruno Several prom1s1ng actors and actresses were rcvealed to the dehght of the student body ln the sprmg the Senlor Foothght Socrety rn cooperatlon wrth the muslc department pre sented R10 Rrco a musrcal comedy page seventy I it A 'T 4 D. ' , . , . , . ', . , . , . 2 R. , . , . , . , . ' , . ' , . ' , . ' , . , 1 B, ' , . ' , . , , , . ' , . , . ,, . , . ' - Q I? ' J . ff 17 1 1 I 9, 9 O'l ' . 'Q I' nj' , I' A . 'f "3 I , f 9 I 1 4 l -in xQl - g , I 1, ,f 3 fl' g ' ' Q l" , ' ' , , , , r. 1 , , - l ' ' I , I ,111 Faculty Advlsers Mrss Apenow1ch and 2 Bowl Mxss Knkpatrlck I Sparlmq C Cox I Gurnsey MISS Apenowlch man P Crockett E Gr st C DeWolfe L Wheeler S Hunt G Durkm M Bclsswanqer M A GOIS I M Grmnell C' Hurd D Drehmer B Shauqnessey R Chr1st Mcblhaney N Ogden Row3 Bobrlck M H Wtlson A bqutres B McPherson Hooey 'G AW , ,fs 5- ,ffl A Iakewav I Drehmer 9!lIJf' dl 74 Hn 1 ' V 1 'f' 11 1' f 'I -'4 11'I'vv11l 11" .1111 1111 11115411 Presldent Gerry Durkln Secretary Sylv1a Hunt Treasurer M1ldred Bersswanqer Porter I Mannlnq I Barber B Davls L Moshler S Hyde Kelley I Lando P W1lbur H Tremame I Blodqett S Bonady S Hall N Carpenter A Mc!-leny R Iakeway E Lane Row 2: V. Lesche, R. Rocco, I. Hickey, M. Billet, . ' , 1. , . , . . , . B. I , A 5 ' o 5 .o'Is Q 1 If . 4" I ,v .. .. 4' Lv, .,, L, 'L' 1 ,I 1 Thrs year members of the Iumor Foothqht Soc1ety presented a number of slats at the1r meetmqs At the1r Chrrstrnas party they were honored by havmq MISS Margaret St Clalr awe several readmqs for them The second MISS Krrkpatrxck semester they presented a Skll ln assembly entltled Sauce For The Gander Elhs Gust Iudy Gurnsey Larry Porter Dale Drehmer and Sylv1a Hunt were the players Thelr act1v1t1es were clm axecl at the annual toothqht party page seventy one 'l 1" ,J ' ,l' J ' f O I I, 1 x l,w,,' O A 11. I AOVISGTS Mrss Masterson Mxss Apenowlch Thrs year the Publrc Speaktnq Department made 1lS appearance rn Ianuary when the Freshmen and Sophomore members presented their or1q1na1 speeches Next the Jumor and semor q1rls qurded by the motto precrsron and feelrnq of rnterpreta tron presented humorous readrnqs ln a later assembly humorous readmqs were also presented by the freshmen and sophomore qrrs At therr last performance a number of students competed for the honor of takmq part rn the county contest In the county contest Iames Opelt won trrst place wrth the toprc The Need For Relrqlon Howl Pflfkhlll B Relnhelmef I Hyde M Betts R Luce Mlss Apenowrch I Overstrom Mrss Masterson Opelt L Rmke M Darcanqelo V Fltzsrmmons S Shearer Row 2 Swarthout C Knapp I Sparhnq L Porter L Starner C Smrth N McOmber I Smrth C Hams Burr L Wyl1e H Iohnson P Thomas N Lee W Olmstead Row 3 Husted I Faullsl B I-looey B Allen P Gallagher I Drehmer G Rogers M Bersswanqer I Moore S Hall S Bonady K Ward I Smlth M L Morse S Hunt I Hampsture Q, page seventy two 07 'T Q I f 1 pl! I U flu l"' ll I' 0 0 xl I S 1 ' M..-' - 1'-. ,' -"' I a' 4 ' ' 1 r , 1 :gl . 1 1 1' v ' ' 1' ' "I ' 1, ' 'L 1' I 10' 0 1 d 4. , I '1 ,I - 1 Y- t 1' QXOQ p 1 5 -ff 1 a - be if 'uv 'lxs lun' ln- 'I B ' , f' 5' ,7 "I 19, ff u w - I . I . . 1 I I I I I f ' , I H . . . . - I I - ll - H .. . H 1 - . I S. ' , . ' ' . . , . , . , ' ' , . , ' , If - I ,QM I - Ll"K..m,,.N- l K K Y 'MM sl-I , Lg , I lex M, , 'J 1 :4 a 4 ,,1f Q 5 av' 48 1.1 1 r st ent 'X ICG Pres1dent secretary Treasurer Adv1ser Many students often wonder who the Qtrls re tn the lrbrary belnnd the desk bustltnq rrom one end of the ltbrary to the other stamp tnq and shelvlnq books and arranqlnq eye catchlnq bullettn boards and colorful drsplays Well students these qtrls are members ot the Ltbrary Counml ,IJ I Ill Y I I I :Mal ' ll' 'J 1 41 ' S Anne MacAlp1ne Peqqy Lee Ioanne Srnrth Mrs Haskrns Tlus year Iudy Nolcott and lane Brackman were elected trorn tne elqhth qrande and Shetla McLauql'1ln from the nlnth qrade to Hugh l1ql'1ts of the year were Book Week ond the Valentme Tea qlven for the faculty These were clrmaxed by the Llbrary Counctl Banquet 1n March ow l olrot mx M :An e D Vx Qlmstea cw 2 IN Ce Humt W ll Mrfllt ht IV K Hwkey I Backmxn Cr V nll n y Pre v I 1 0 W 'f y , ,ff J, if ,v 'ravi rf.. ,-, , Q . 'a xs,sf ,-- I, , 0 if 1, u , -1 1 . 0 ' v v , ,, Q? ., Ju.. .aqbf fi 5.45.1 ',v 258.4 g.,21',gv 1' I- 'Lu 5.'.1Jl 1 'l 5 Q... , S. ,A l ,. 14' 1. H' 3 'd, ,,,l,,,, ,,,v,,, - , ' , Q - . . , W X r - - ' ' . . - - replace girls who graduated last year. R : I. W .. t, I. S 'th, A. l,1ne, Mrs. liaskns, P. le , . ..'C1X'tS, d RX .3 I. Lf, S. A S. lVI'IL'IXl'2llllIt I. lfI:Qu'l'en .-. xr 1'-y S. Park ill, .. , 'f , , r ' f , V, Q .ttr1'g'.i, I. 'mgt' 'l I xow l N rece A C tler L B rley MISS Masierson I Maneval A MacAlp1ne I Buchanan Row 2 R Wlqhtman D Srntn S ur lil lv' Llaht T I-loque S Parkhrll N Srrulh D Srn1th P Vose M Lake E Magee Row 3 N Clark D Evans R Maynard S Qhearer S l-hcks IIA ' I I ' I pl iss' ' fe-3' 4ss.'1 l,o'. 'lil' 0-ll I 'l'1J " 4' Pres1dent Llnda Burley V1cePres1dent Iarnes Maneval Secretary Anne MacAlp1ne Treasurer Asher Cutler Adv1ser Mlss Masterson At the heqrnnxnq of the second semester meehnq sluts and plays were presented along the second and th1rd year siudents once rnore wrth French word games The purpose of thrs OTQC1T11Z9dll'19 Frenfih Club The club aave a oraamzauon was to rncrease the students French atrnosphere to Northsxde for all 1lS Lrrgwledqe gbgur France Und qrve It practrcal meehnqs were carrred on rn French At each apphcahon 1 VI ge seventy four N4 , V, if Q , A fy? .fl y Q 'Lai I ! ,f ..-, 4:-, - e ff f ,f Howl I Landers R Aldrrch K Ward M Keeley D Spotts D Chtlcote E Rundell H Moulton Row 2 V Cortnqht E Magee T Hoque I Schuck D Manmno T Burr A Frost Row 3 K Luce V Mapes P Thomas B Harris B Hall L Allen f sa' I 1 I 1 IIJ dll ll 0 I I 9 vi, Consuls Censor Praetor AdV1S9f If rn wandermq through the halls of N H S you should look rn room 231 on a Monday noon you would probably tmd the Latln Club rn sess1on heatedly d1scuss1nq Crceros ora trons the Trolan War or Caesar s camparqns Thrs year Latrn ll and lll members present 1' , I 0. 'ell' hs luv 111 1,- Marrlyrx Keeley Donald Spotts Davrd Chrlcote Kathleen Ward Mr Davres ed several skrts for the club Mrss Burton a cadet teacher entertalned at one meetmq by relatrnq the myths whrch concerned varrous constellatrons As a result of thxs meetmq mythology was taken up as a second semester prolect page seventy ftve X ,V V V C E l 9 ' l ' o1r,,j I' I - f ' 1 Q - " 1' f ' 5 .., .4 Q. . 11 , 'Q' U .0 ' , 'Q 'I ,V I ' . ' A ...W-' :fl .1 .f ,-' J' f - 3 ,ff -' ,' 'I' -' -Q2-'x,v- ls' ns' lxx' 'A.f 4 fxx,' r ,I v 1 I J' - ---- t , . . . , -, . f 1 ' I - I I 1 , t - 1 , - w II IIC f v ,,,11lllII I ,515 'f s 1 l I A I ill 0111, tif, b,1I,' ,Ill 'I' 1 Presrdent Iane Benedrct VICE Presrdent Grlbert Shepherd Advrser M1ss Stanton Thrs year the members of the Art Club room and as an 1nd1v1dual prolect each were aqa1n seen palntlnq buslly rn the audl member made a hand tooled leather b111to1d torlurn The result ot thls work was the Watch for these b1lltolds and see for yourself scenery for the operetta Also the Art Club the art1st1c talent of Northsxde members palnted a screen for use rn the art Howl H Orr G Thrall P Grellf M Dee MISS Stanton I Benedict H Rutledge I Ion s I Maneval Pow 7 I Pardee B Blackwell M McLean N Clark I SQUIYGS L Allen A Farr G Shepherd M Lake I page seventy SIX f Q. I' ,ff ,Q ' A.. ,lf , 1 " 'n 5 I .. I 9 I ' L ' Y ' I 9 Q o', 43. ik' 'V 1' f 4' 5 1 1" 1" JV 1 no 5 'h 5 L L . all Secretary ..,....-.....,.,.....,. Mary Dee 1 1' ff J ' ' 1,11 ll I I I5 s qqyss ,I lux Fresldent Vrce Presldent Secrelary Treasurer fkdvlser Thr ycar the Iunror I-hah Sc1ence Club planned a boolh for the Auburn Falr ln the booth the nnernbers of the club drsplayed pro Jecls whlch they had Worked on throuqhoul 1 O 1 -'l,,, s , ,H pl Ronald Iohanson Merlyn Kllburn Dlana Cushlnq Mr Sternbacher the year The club has been successful as lt has QIVGH the students an rnterest IH sclence and has caused them to reallze the valuable applrcatlons ol SCIGHCS rn everyday llfe Row l H Mayo I Orr B Burgess R Starr Mr S11nbacl'er C Cook D Dav1s D Cushrng I Wolcott I Wood Rowa R Mooney M lxllburn M Crandall R Iohansen P NIXOH R l-lolzapple A FGUl1S1 R Farncomb wagner' page seventy Seven 7' p. . 0 .f'5"' l I I ." w , 'a Q .1 I 4 I nh l " cf' -"'- x7 4' 1 ?- Q :LI J' 0: 1" f"" 1 5 ' 'fgs' f L, gt! -54' , '1 ll, '4 V 'al' - .... - ............. -- Ieanette Orr . I s Row I Gordon M Lanphear S Olrnqer M Allen A Enedy R Deloseph B Greene C Rogers Row Bow .4 B Arcanqelr V Mapes B Hooey Mlss Va1l E Lane K Losey G Blackman M Vehe Pow A Farr I Lewrs N Prerce G Elhs D Moore K Shme LStarner M A Gors N Carpenter G Thrall E Rundell I .'-2 11" ,o af 1 11l"' A 0 1 1 1l,"ol'1' I l,l' X, ht ol Presrdent Arlene Enedy V1cePres1der1t Iean LGWIS Secretary Ann Farr Treasurer Ioan Gordon Aclvrser Mxss Vaxl 1 1 I s gy + 64' . , A ,. , "hs ' ,, ' if , A '. f- 1 , Q? . L l . ' . "' .I ' . 's r .S X 7 fr 2: B: . H . . . , ' '. . , . . . . . ' . Q '-'-an A. 4 .,,. x T , . 1 f 'v -.'3,4'5 I-v 0. 1 I' fl, :v 5 ,-"1'I-'f4, J I' Ill ? f I 2.'KN't-I 5, "1 s A 1 .I W f,-f . , 1 I - , . 41 l 1 - ' I l Q Srqma Tau Eta rs a club of busy qrrls who are responsrble for creatrnq a more pleasant atmosphere at Northsrde Membershlp IS open to any qrrl who can satrsfy a probatlon perxod mdrcatrnq I9SpOI'1S1bll1tY and clependabluty All rrernbers are assrqned Jobs rnvolvmq clerrcal work burldmq care cafeterla momtor shrp costume corr1m1ttees work for dramatrc and muslc product1or1s speclal Club Cam parqns and mmor proJe-cts helpmq other de partments The popular l95U51 club proJect was the sellmq of plastrc book covers whrch bore the school msxqma page seventy elqht kwrfw alan! owl Phrllzps I Stanton I Hammond D Schmltt T Iacobu Mr Lucas R Kottwrtz F Smxth T Crooker Crooker K Holton T Greene H Benedrct Row 2 Banfreld K Taft L Horton L Harrmqton I Rlchards l-l Dekker lvl LaFever C Crocker C Kottwltz N Vance I Truax A Plpe P Paulhamus D Burrell W Cody Row 3 Brant R Strawser R Ryall R Alexander C Bennett L Persomous P Blank B Hartman W Clsco D Klrk K Blank K Alexander H Hltchcock H Swan I Strawser K Voorhees W Carl rl :pl:,1.c-'Q ' "0ap,1lll q 41 Ol s,gmssssxs1f . ,1I01llIl" ?ll I lil' Q 1 10111, Presrdent Vrce Presldent Secretary Reporter Treasurer Adv1ser Thls year members of the F F A have been unusually busy They have sold seeds planted softwood trees parucrpated m touch tackle football and league basketball provld ed a Judqmq team whrch Judqed dalry cattle poultry swme and vegetables at the Alfred Fleld Day and at the Sprmq Freld Day Too Rrchard Kottwltz Franklm Sm1th Theodore Iacobus Theodore Crooker Mr Lucas they have attended the annual Farm and Home Week at Cornell Aqam the Klwanls 1n helpmq the boys to Ject Thls year they ch1ckens to the varrous page e Jenty n1r1e Club has done 1ts part start a SUpGfV1SGd pro presented calves and members of the F F A 1 4. Q 1 J, I Q q 4' W . ' fiH,,, ii, J 7' ,L 1 1 5 ' 213 , 2' 2 1 ,F . H V, 31,22 F? ,wi ' , 5 if If I . , . , . ' , . , . , , 40 I 1 2. D 'g L., 'Q .0 .U -. I' 0 I' 'T 2 , g Q , S r o', s I' S In . I " 25,11 .1 ...f ef' sf v .f .Q .. S L DV 1 p ff xmas 5 3 will 0 W2 lf' 4 "Oval, ,3 X ff'-5 ...X 4 r f , f ' Lili f -'gi E- X fx- g, -l Bowl D Mannmo M Monks R Aldrich M Ccnfer G Barbara I Benedrct I Drehmer P Lewxs V Lesche I Overstrom M H Wllson R Rankm Row 2 M Keeley M Llqht S Bonady G Blackman C Burgess I Lewls K Luce L Allen Vx' Olmsted R Core C Frsh I Landers N P1erce V Wood I Hyde W Lanphear Row R Paulhamus R Moulton B Tuce D Smith B Lounsbury C VanEtten S Hyde M Taft A Mac Alpine P Drllenbeck VV' Connor P Travls fQ A ill: , '10 Il, . . 11, .Qs xx ,illzl ,",I K 9 ,ilft 'alll' D1rector Mr Babcock If some unsuspecunq person were to stroll down Northsrdes lower hall durmq the last perrod on any Thursday or Frrday afternoon he would surely hear the melodxous strarns of muslc from Northslde s orchestra Thrs year the orchestra has made several commendable appearances among Wh1ch are the Senlor Play several assemblles the Oper etta and the Sprlnq Concert At these appear ances they played many d1l'l1cult select1ons lncludrnq Le Tambourrn Tango rn D The Man l Love Rournaman Fantasy The H1tchh1ker March and a symphony page exahty two , V . , . , v I s ' .gif , I fft f I' sv ' 4' L-n , , C' f' ,Q ,I Q 1 1 4 ' .. - 5 -rl 5, b , . 1 I n I I , I I . . . H . H H . H H 1 l I 1 1 ' ll ll n ll Il 1 I . . . H , . "VM" ofvl oe lerce L1qtt M Kee ey l Lcnlors I H e Ali , - l Q ' , If . R ' I lil. Cl, N. P' ,I.'. ll', , lo, . ' '- , . yd Row 2: T. Burr, L. Allen, W. Clmstead M 4' 1 Q, Ml, T K? 3 'H T I 4- J ' . ' 2. -'ff' 'rl' c 1 1 - 'Q' .-Qt r fl' 'O I -v111l"' Il 111' ' Q It 015 ' ' 114 11 ' ' " 11"" If 1 ' 5 1' 111111, s sss0'.. vllglll' ill' As 550' . J , 'A s 5 ll L1 1, D1rector Mr Babcock Shortly after school opened last tall rt was tound that a aroup of strma players were mak ma sweet harmony Thursday and Frlday noons rn the band roon The Strma Orchestra has made several a,pearances among these are several radro proarams and the Spnnq Concert At these appearances they played several beautlful I""9lOd19S rncludmq "Hol1day for Str1nqs", "Two Gavottes' from Bach's 'D Malor Su1te" pa-e ex nty three ,I ,,,,, , 5,5515 1 1' I 1 s,,sS' 'I Y' OIIIII4' vs S Dlrector Mr Homan Thrs year rn bnght and sprnted torrnatxon Northsrdes rnarchlng band turned out for all home games To carry thelr tame further they traveled to Wellsvllle Cortland and Bath Where they presented br1ll1ant showmgs The band also partlclpated ln cornrnumty aftaus In the tall 11 greeted Governor Dewey Row P Roll I Ple ro Later 1t took part 1n the Elrnrra Balloon Parade at Chrrstmas the Northsrde Boy Scout Court ot Honor and the Memonal Day Parade The Norths1des Marchmg Band has cer ta1nly rece1ved deservrng pra1se for the color and splendor 1t has added to Norths1de and to the cornmunlty Row S Parkh1ll S l-hcks D Cole A Martuscello N Carpenter I Faulxsx B Wmner Row M Gurnsey M Belsswanger S Shearer R Clark R Moulton R Luce R Allen I Sparllng M L Conter W Olmstead Row M L Morse I Stansbury P Lewxs L Burl y D Iohnson R Aldnch G Rogers A MacAlp1ne D otts N Eaton Pow Lee D Evans P Tlnomas L Wyl1e M Keeley L Porter D Manmno L Wolcott W Lanphear Ward Row Llght I Landers S Depew N McOmber W Olmstead L Allen P Gallagher K Luce Row Hall D W1ll1ams P Travzs M C1l1p R Rankm W Connor A Larrlson Row Drehmer I Maneval C Abbey M Taft I Opelt A Cloud D Chllcote R Straub Row 9 Sxmth I Anderson D Sharman M Crandell page exghty four fn gg" , I , f n s ,1 ':' E .I S 1 4 , s . , , . l: . , . 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' , . : D .',. , . , . 9 f Il llc fl ',,,lI illgplll 1 '11, , 111,111 I 1 I I 1 'ss null' 5vaIl,' 'ss0' o, ,rift 'K xllf' Dtrector Mr Homan Early 1n September the Concert Band was orqamzed lor the year 195051 lmmedlately the mstrumentahsts began to prepare tor the annual Band Concert whtch was held on March 2 1951 The program and All Amerl can Revue lncludecl such composltlons as Dry Bones Best Loved Southern Melodles Selecttons From South Pactftc and Amen cans We The hlqhhqht of the program was the playmq ot Mr Homans CGW Centen n1al March Wrrtten 1n honor of Cornmq Glass Works centenntal the plece was Well rece1ved by the audrence Conqratulattons Mr Homan tor a Job well done BAND MEMBERS V Fltzslmmons P Lewls I Overstrom M Ltqht M Belsswanqer S Shearer L Burley V Lesche M Wxllson A MacA1p1ne M L Confer R Aldnch M L Morse D Spotts L Porter I Sparlma D lonhson 1 Anderson B Clark B Newktrk I Faul1s1 W Olmstead G Boqers S Sktdmore I Blodget L Starner E Lane B Hooey D Monmno M Monks D Evans M Keeley L Wylle B Banl-cm D Ch1lcot P Gallagher W Lan phear I Benedxct G Barber T Burr A Frost D Sm1th K Luce B Lounsbury C Vlnlitten S Hyde K Ward M Cxllp L Allen W Connor 1 Landers P TYGVIS P D1llenbeck S Hall P Thomas L Wolgott D Wllllarns N McOmber L Hauber S Depew I Maneval I Drehmer B Paulhamus M Taft I Schuclc I Opelt A Clodd C Abbey D Sharman A Wxlcox 1 Farr B Wood D Smlth 1 Henderson M Crandell B uce R Moultonlzl Allen W Housman yreelahy O 'I I 1 4' .s Q O 1 I, ' 1' -J J 4' Q I. - 1 " , 1 . 11 . . . 11 11 . I . . . 11 . , . . . 1 11 1 , 11 . . . 1 . I ' I - T I 1 - 1 11 11 11 . 11 . 1 1 - 1 - . . . . 6 , 1 - 1 'Q J 'l .t fwf- Pow lark B nel o e more f o 11so1 V or S lvlalmc ROVV' II 1 CU F VGI'SllCH'l DOGS 1 C HIS YH Ill C E' :lie o I1 Bra4k111111 C VC1r1E e11 N X111 lf lah 1r1sfr1 R1 N 111111 y 1 s F llllbl W fDlHlSlF A l. 11115 1 Junlor I-llgh Band D1rec1or Mr l'lor11ar1 SINCE? the 1un1or branch of the band came 11'1lO exrsterrce three years aqo rt has added much splendor and color to the TDUSIC depart ment Th1s addmorr has QIVGTI to ihose 111 the seventh and e1qhlh qrades an opportumy io QCIIH some of the experrerrce that those 111 the semor brarrch '1ave already obiamed Therr frrst srqmfrcam partrcrpahon 111 the PWGHY rrruslcal aCt1v1t1es of the year was at the NOflhS1d9Gr9HGVO qa111e Besrdes assrstmq 111 some of the l1alft11r1e shows of the marchmq oohd they have also performed at the Band Ccrrcerl arrd played for several assemblres 1 1- elgmy srx l . l: I.. Cf , . Davis, M, Grin .l, C. P rter D. Davrs P. NN t. 1, K. ll urhess K. Ich 1, I. I lfott, 2: N. H. Ilvll , H. Lfe, R. O , , T. W ', R. G IIGll, D. Iul o11, M, 'Nirght . , I, Orr, . ll , B l3 'wk I. 1 1 , . 11 RCW 32 E.S1:1i1l: S- SliillIY1OI6', l. Blhdfilf. l-. Cl 11k 1.Gr1ff111, Cv. H1151 'Le-1 A. l.fp111slf111y li. f':1sl11r1.1 P. i 3 , R. - 1' 4: Vf, K- 'ad H, STI-Illll, L. H1111 M. CELIIIISPY R. lfl!f4LHi'Y, Nl. C'1 rndrfll ll, f:IlSl, F. Uflfy l.. Kf-ls'-1 A. 11 " , -rrd, , . 'or a o Rowl A Lounsbury W Olmstead M Keeley W Connor D Marmmo L Allen R Rankm M Tait R Luce Row 2 D Chllcote R Moulton I Maneval A Frost Swing Although several key members were lost from the class of l95O the Swmq Band came back hllllflg xt off for the ftrst Soc1al hour Now no dance IS complete wlthout thelr up to date playmq Th1s year several tumor h1ql'1 members Ban and some D11-ueland Jazz players have been accepted by the Swmq Band The band has played for the Northsmle Booster Assoc1at1on Dl1'1I'19f the Area Teachers Banquet and soc1al hours The members have feC91V9d well de served pra1se for provtdmq such sol1d mus1c page exqmy seven f M 'I Q ,Q 4 y V Q ' d 1? no I I I 'I I: , 114' 'Z' gf' ,,,1l:c 'Ill' 'ac:l1lb,a1v4I' 4,1411 LIIDTCIFICIUS D1ana Smlth Claudette Carpenter Drrector Mrs Tobtas The members of the Grrls Cflee Club appeared 1n the annual Chnstmas Messtah rn whrch several of the most talented members presented solos ln the early spnnq the Glee lsave 1ndeed helped Club partlctpated 1n the Sprlnq Concert Thelr qrarns to be colorful proqram lncluded Moon Marketmq Green Pow ec O nn: M lf Hrckey I Pxetro L Allen S MtPhors N Clark M Keeey A MacAlpme K Luce S Ione-5 C VanLoan K I Drehmer S Hall I LGWIS S Wheeler S McLauqhhn M Blllotte I Benedlct M Lake Cole M L Confer B Kelley B Harnson N Pxerce A Carpenter I Overstrom M Darcanqelo N Overstrom S Row Row ROW4 Mrs Toblas F Du.aura I Smlth B MCGUIHGSS E Lane P Thomas Srmth B Heyn B Remhermer P Ptossetne I Tuth1ll Pastures The L1ttle French Clock and Sometrmes l Feel L1ke A Motherless Ch1ld The melodrous volces ot the Girls Glee Club Northsrdes muslcal pro and successful on B Lounsx ury L Wyho Ward B Weber A Frost M Beusswanqer P Grlffm Rasmussen N Eaton A Gals C Beebe 5 e Itye lft I I A ' I fl, f . I: N. E ,hw M, Light, S. P' 'fr . .. ' . , . ' , , , , .. f , , U , , ' , L. Rinke, C. Speer, R. Compton, P, Pluocco, I, Harnpher I I 'fic 050 f I ,I I L4 I ,I .'.t'.r.Z yes' Y o,,,,,1" 's.s4" A B59 Ksxs A59 uf, ' D1rector Mr Babcock Th1s select group held rneetlnqs twxce C1 presented to the publlc included Czechoslo week c1twh1cht1rneS they prdctlced dlhqerltly voluon Orchestra Sonq It Cannot Be A t r the oppeoronces whlch they mode 1n publlc Country Qnd Revwctl Song ond m the operettct The selectlons Whlch were Howl I Bened1ct A MacAlp1ne B Relnhelmer C Beebe I FULll1S1 I Smxth K Luce L Wylxe P Thomas ow 2 R UIHIU Shee Opet P Edward P Weaver Row 3 I Moore D Drehmer M Monks C W1 lcwlre I 9 El 'IYHIHO - 1'J o' Q ,Z ' . ' f I w c I .06 '.1, 315 ., LQ Ft : . K ' ' , I. dy, I. l, . s, . , l I R Ruotco P Thomas K Ward A Maclllprne B Vtleber I Dre-hmer S Wheeler gf . K? 0 Q , wkssf' I , ? - 99. ,' 0 gs9.g5t9 gl ,:'lyx9A5'."lksS' 'bf' 1 f Drrector Mrs Tobras The arrls have very successfully upheld a drrferent home At these rntormal qatherrnqs the Seven Sharps tradrtlon ot beautrtul har they prepared many numbers such as Some mony and have sunq for the Nurses Assocra one To Watch Over Me Deep Purple hon over the radro and for the Sprrnq Concert Wooden Shoes Rose Marre Kanmrre Fvery Tuesday nrqht the Sharps meet at Sona and Totem Tom Tom -5,8 N Bee-oe I Benedlct D Smrth N Prerce Thrs year the Harmonettes contrnued to Teachers Banquet Sprrnq Concert and the present many numbers to Northsrde and to Student Councrl Banquet the pubhc Thrs select group appeared at the page nlnety . it ri y V A , 8 A A ! f 0 ., 5 f Q 0' , 4v ' - Q 1 1 t' I ,O 40 1 - H ,, H . 2 ,M I , 1 E . v, Q , , . L Lf, ,Pg I V 5 1 I . Q ' , Y '- sj ' u K ' H. I 0 OPERETTA RIO RICO byy 9. 'fffi I 'nh""' lo 'zcnnn' ' a 4 Q o'4' ' 41' 5 4' 5 5 'I' uns gs Cast Professor Amos Molecule Mlchael Clllp l.9W1S Morgan Ralph Allen Mut1neers Phxhp Weaver Bob Moulton Iames Maneval Dale Drehmer Aunt Iul1a Suzanne Parkhlll Clara Kay Ward Nan Sylvra Hall lack Davxs Ronald Rankm Tubby Thompkms Iames Moore Captarn Strutt Edgar Magee D1rectors Mr Babcock Mrs Toblas Mrs McOmber MISS ApGnOW1Ch Many other talented members of the musrc department and Senror Footlrght Socrety also took part In the early sprmg the musrc department tn cooperauon w1th the Semor Footl1ghtSoc1ety presented a mus1cal comedy entltled RIO Rrco wh1ch1nvo1ved prrates ghosts beautrful damsels trop1cal rsles and treasure chests The settrng was the shores of RIO RICO on Cocos Isle Professor Amose Molecule took an expedrtron hnanced by Lewrs Morgan to to thts 1sle to search for treasure chests of gold wh1ch had been on the shrp Moon Gold se1zed by mutmeers many years ago page nmety one Il n 'A K s , ff ' 'M' 5 " f " J ' . , Q . 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W1111C1ms, Ci : 'ft NE-ISKI F7 z :Q F :zzf-1 xx ! page FOOTBALL 1n h1s second year as football coach at Norths1de Glen Trerchler turned out a team that N H S fans could be 1ust1y proud of and at the same t1me loo' forward to another DIOSDGTOUS SQCISOTI P1Ck9d to f1n1sh thrrd ln the West Central Conference by local sports wrlters the Ttgers turned 1n a surpr1se by edgmg C F A and f1n1sh1ng second 1n the conference ln the1r 1nt1a1 game of the season the Trgers ran rough shod over an Elmlra Herghts eleven 31 to 0 The T1ger defense held fast agarn tn the second game and Northsxde scored two touchdowns to w1n a conference game over Wellsv1lle Hrgh School Batavla came next and Northslde wanted revenge for the loss they took 1n 49 The Trerchlermen got the1r revenge as they toppled ln a non league game agarnst Cortland the T1gers got off to a bad start tra1l1ng 20 0 at halftrme Northsrde came back strong but tlme ran out on them as the game ended 20 14 tn favor of Cortland Northsrde suffered the1r only conference loss the next week as the frrst place 1-lornell Red Rarders racked up a 200 vrctory aga1nst them The Bengals edged the powerful Geneva team 12 7 next but the game saddened N H S fans as the star tackle Drck Harrrngton was lmured and out for the rest of the season At Bath Northsrde slashed tts way through a fteld of mud rn the ram to beat the Haver 11ng Ramblers 2012 page he awards assembly 50 Captam OBr1an passes the prgskm to Captam Elect Aftuck ln the frnal game of the season the Trerch lermen won the game they wanted most e Academy game Tralhng 7 6 with only a few seconds left Northslde pushed over for a touch cown to w1n 13 7 for the hrst N H S Wm over 735-1 N H S Opp Elmlra Helghts "We11sv111e 'Batavra Cortland "Horne1l 'Geneva ath 13 C F A 'denotes conference games mnety s1x ' , th the Batavia team, 14 to 7. C. F. A. in six years. . I I at - 31 ' ' 0 12 ' 0 14 ' 7 1 ' ' I ' ' 14 20 ' ' ' 0 20 ' 12 7 , ' ' 20 B 12 ' ' ' - " . . . 7 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Last fall Northslde frelded the best I V football squad ln the area Gu1decl by coach Hank Vetter the Ttqer Cubs went undefeated 1n s1x contests settlmq for tles Wlth C F A and Homell A hard charqmq lme was one of the mam reasons for Northslde s success However the tme rurmma of backs Moe Ruocco and I1m Re111y should not be ltqhted ln the games wtth our 1ntrac1ty r1val C F A came from behmd to t1e the IITST qame 1313 but ln the second game the Northstde boys won eas11v 200 N H S Opp Bath C F A Bath Elm1ra He1ql'1ts Hornell C F A Row P Huber I Hanson H Mourhess M Ruccco H BeGell A Babbxsh R Wray F Ouattrxm Row W Mlilhaney D Iohnson D West I Houpt D Ch11cote D Fne I Haque R Ketchum Sharman Row B Scott R Cross E Lewis R Ash D Qhea H Iohnson F D1Laura H Mxler Row E Ketchum P Weaver R Coons I Vme I Root I Derken M Alderman Coach Vetter 4,1 O ,.,..n-v-aww 'rf M5095 pa ge nmety seven 20 6 13 . . . 13 12 0 20 ' ' 0 0 0 20 . . . 0 85 19 2: . c , . , , , . , . ' , . i , . , . , D. 3: . , . , . ', . , . .V , . , . ' , . 'l , 5,02 . gg fgj",.l tzufetftl I I . . QW I I ,. 1 f ,J 'JJ . 2 a .' Mp, 1 . I it J I It ll I " 6 to Q j as O 4- 'WI "' .- ,O 'QW' ., if M ,W F . '57 af' 'P A ik . mx 7 W 9.32 ff' I Q , Xxsfl W 754 Mx' ' LW?" mg W. A-Q? x ' , Q 5 4 2- ' A ik Wg! fmfiw 'Q L a wry ff ,uf 4.1 MM ws: mwlli se-awmuuow N.H.S. Opp. N.H.S. Oni 1 2 t 4 6 'Bath 'Pos 5 'Post 1 10 "'C. F. A. 2 3 Heights 4 4 'Hornell 5 5 'I-lomell U O Heights 4 3 "C. F. A. U 9 I-lammondsport O 9 Addison 5 2 East High 3 20 'Bath Z O Post 2 'Denotes league game Cook belted a double and three singles to pace the N. H. S. nine. "Sylvie" Ruocco and ira G Lee, I. Lapasnick E Miller, M. Telehany Oliver "Cookie" Ferreira led the Tigers to their second league win by the same score over Painted Post. To end the first half of league play, Kimball pitched his shutouts over Hornell and C. F. A. The second half of the Bengals' slate was not as clean, as they dropped league games to Painted Post and Hornell. In the semi-finals in Hornell, Northside lost a close game to a powerful East High team of Rochester. Another post-season game found the Ben- gals bowing to Painted Post 2-U in a game to determine the winner of the overall county title. Bud Cook, who played excellent ball throughout the entire season, led the team in the batting department as he boasted a .374 average for the SGCISOI1. J V BASEBALL In the years that Coach Hank Vetter has been at Norths1de rt has b en h1s arm to burld for the future In the 1950 baseball season he d1d th1s by orqamzmq a Iumor H1qh base ball team under the able superv1s1on of Mr Potter Th1s Iunror I-hgh team had no set schedule as dxd the vars1ty but they played srx games Wrth Class C school varsttles N deta1led records ot these games were kept but 1t 15 hoped that th1s expenence helped both these boys and the1r school They are the ones who w1ll next don the unrtorms of therr Alma Maters varslty team nik' -f Rowl M Freltas D Shea L K1mball R Cross W McElhaney R Olmqer Row 2 R Ash P Crocker L Perry A Plpe R BeGell Row 3 Mr Evans D Damoth I Vme Mr Potter page one hundred I O 2 ' ' -. " . o l I D l ' l - ' V 1 fl .,. Z I f.. I .bg It Q , rj 4 11,1 x i X' , 0 . , I '- V Q , RECORD Ftrst Meet Hornell 108 Bath 3815 Northsmde 371 Punt ed Post 33 Arkport 13 Second Meet Hornell SGV2 CFA 481f Ncrths1de l51f2 Palnted Post 915 Thlrd Meet Wellsvllle 66 Bath 31 Northside 29 County Meet 1-Iorne1l561Q CFA 39V2 Brth 15 Palnted Post 1116 Northstde QW I I I 'I O 1 Track has never been followed very well at Northstde because there IS no home track suttable to hold meets on Last year was no exceptton but the N H S lads put 1n long hours ot qrlndlnq work on sprmq afternoons trymq to brmq home some laurels for Coach Glen Tre1chler Although Norths1de d1d not wm any meets they took a share of the mdtvldual honors ln the county meet however they d1d not fare too well endmq up 1n last place Darrell Shea hm Cloud and Loule Lar son parttclpated m the secttonal track meet at Rochester hm Cloud placed fourth 1n the h1qh Jump event at thts meet Coach Tretchler hopes for a better season enced squad Howl G Sharman G Lechner D Chtlcote I Spernyak C Darcanqelo Shea R Mou on Strawser 1 Malmc Row 2 Coach Tre1chler D Hunt D OBr1an R Bonomo D Adrzance T l-loque E Ketchum R Aftuck P Harrmqton A Cavallaro Row 3 S Spernyak L Breon I Cloud L Larsen I Mtller N Smtth Ft Ketchum 'uf page one hundred one SN v ..--: ,-'J' ,, A il! , e.'f' 5' 1-4 Lg", P I A I 1, ,':,,Qn' s' 'Q' I 7 .Q U ',-' 9: I, 4 In , 9 - :' if , if ,11 L,,5L.'2f 125' ' "7 :7 J I 5 I . , I u Il ' n Il - , , , - . 26 y, I 1 ' f 1 f I -1 I . 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'MS Gary Lee, Bel: Clark, :ind Bud Cock, ull in their last year, led the Eenquls in the scoring department with tetzls ef 202 l8U, and l23 points respectively. Gary Lee was gflifed on the tirst terzm et Steuben County All Star squad '.-Jhile Bud Cock received honorable mention. 'Nath fLve ef tlie squad returmncj next year, Northside Inns sheulj lxzve sornetliinq tr, lock fsrwcrd tc, BASKETBALL SCORES NHS. Opp. N.H.S. Opp. 50 Ccrnpbell 44 ll 'Bath 33 'EQ Elklznd 51 46 "'l-lcrnell 54 40 XHernell 64 53 Ccwunesque Val, 47 67 Elrurrir Heights 52 44 Campbell 46 TC Hzmmcnsport 52 32 'Academy 40 45 'Xkcgrdeniy Sl 46 E-lummondsport 48 55 'Pginted Post 63 47 'Painted Post 44 48 Ccwzrnesque Val, 43 64 Elkiund 43 Z8 'Toth 30 51 Elmira Hezqhts 47 'Denotes league games pcxqe one J V BASKETBALL The Northsrde 1950 51 Iunror Varsrty Bas ketball team had a successful hrqhly 9XC1111'1Q and colorful season W1t11 ct squad made up ot some of last year s Iayvees but mostly new materral the Cubs turned out a fme thrrteen IIVG record The Iayvees rmproved cons1stent1y through the season In the Ilrst round ot local play the Cubs edged the C F A Iumor Vars1ty 1n overtune lost a thrlller to the Palnted Post aumtet and edqed the Bah Iumors In the second round however they drubbed C F A qot revenge on Pamted Post and aqam bested Bath In the other two games aqarnst county opponents the 1-Iornell Iayvees herqht was too much for the Northsrde boys ga Howl R Cross I Huber R Ash M Freltas W Mclilhaney Row It West R Olmqer R Wray I Vme I Root 1-I Mourhess I V NHS Opp Campbell Elkland 1-Iornell Elmrra I-Ierqhts Hammondsport Academy Pamted Post Bath D Shea R Ketchum E1senhart RECORD N LI S Elmira Hetqhts C V S Campbell Academy Hammondsport Pamted Post Elkland Connor R BeGe11 OPP page one hundred four I O ' r , I , I I . . ., 37 ' . 20 54 ' ' 39 30 33 44 . . , 39 37 51 45 36 39 ' ' 26 55 41 35 34 31 41 39 36 35 ' 25 36 ' 41 43 32 "' 44 C,V.S. 32 45 Bath 32 41 38 2: . , . ' , . , , ' , . , . , I. ' .11 Q 7 . It 1 A 'ru , If 1 1Q4' I ., S fl I 1 ,px Tennls at Northsrde ranks wrth track for lack ot recognrtlon for the arnount ot toll the boys put mto It The 50 tennls squad drd not have a season to brag about but they d1d show prornrse tor a good 51 record Under Coach Harold Lucas the squad won two matches whrle 1OS11'1Q' four durlng the regu lar season In county competmon Northslde placed second 1n rts d1v1s1on Chuck W1CkW1IG reached the county hnals 1n srngles but was beaten by Sarn Hazlett of C F A The N H S doubles combo lost 1n the second round of cornpetrtron Northsrde should held a good squad 1n 51 Wrth Chuck W1CkW1I9 lun Opelt Paul Travls and Ronnre Rankrn returnrng from last years squad 'Lf ! Q S- C W1ckw1re W Coudnet P Trav1s Mr Lucas Instructor I Opelt G Wexell page one hundred five xl L owl P Lee Q ones Row Ove-rsrmu h C Carpenter Beelw B RGHIYXCIIIIPI xxx! QQYKX '71 f dl 9' sxgtq S :, ssx:S'1 ',o' '00 ' I, ill I 7 -' ii' fi' " ' "' , ' , sb Xxx, ll 'kgxx-5 1 ss 1 xxx' ,f uk, C x cm er ure IT Les 1 N IV' O1 P Th 'fn ' 1, f F .. , - ,, f . f' 'A ' jf' fi , A 1 Cl. I- , N' V - ' pw A i I :A . Q , vf 2 ' 2 - . l f -V? ---v A L 1C if C hr . I 4 , 1 5 W 3 3 R 1 . , C. I A 2: I. ' . 1 , , D, Smit , , N , C, . , ,J , 9 , '-' 'z s , Q 1 1' .9 1 d ' 1 5 " Q Tv' .' -' I' - . n 6 s"'s 0 Q-, hu , ll lf" Hou' 1: M, L. C f , K. L , M. T:f, P, S., M, KG:-Icy, V filo: L. Wylze, . cmzs ?i . , ld A 4 X - rx 7 .C ' 1 I . 9 A B. , - 1 -1 howl A Cloud M lf H1ckey B Heyn C Beebe D Smith P Ruocco Row 2 M Frettas I Overstrom P Gallagher B Remhezmer N Iacobus M Hlmel T Kres A Farr P Rosset te M Taft S Barner Ftow3 L Nxxon I Pletro Miss Pfost M Darcanaelo A Enedy N McOrnber L Burley C Carpenter St 1 f '1 s 5 ,lr xnxx OI Idlgy s' sf' V1cePres1.lent Dlana Smlth S crctary Barbara Heyn Treasurer Patr1c1a Ruocco Adv1s r Mrss Pfost The cheerleaders are chosen by the grad uatlng cheerleaders and MISS Pfost on the basls of personallty posture and pep Thls year the Varslty and Iayvee grrls cheered at all the home games and most of the out ot town games durmg both football and basketball seasons On November 10 they led the cheers 1n a pep assembly that sent the football team to v1ctory over C F A To boost the school Splfll the varslty cheerleaders sold booster buttons th1s year The N Club met every other Wednesday lt mcluded those gtrls who had won an 11'1 tramural letter lor part1c1pat1ng IH at least tour manor sports and one mrnor sport Th1s year the club had an outsxde act1v1ty each month 1nclud1ng a progressxve dlnner party a snow party a roller skatmg party and a splash party Two play days were held one at home wrth Elmtra l-le1ghts featurmg volleyball and one at C F A teaturmg basketball The year s Work was chmaxed wlth a banquet and ball ln Apr1l page one hundred seven I . I , . , . , . A 4 , . , . f , .. l , . , . ' .-: ', ,-1 l,' ,4 f' x -" Q f:'Q' ' . ' o 5 ,. IL? "I 10' 1 ee'. ' Q" 1 Q , A Q', I 0 " 0 ' S 1 5555 o President .................. Carolyn Beebe e -' .... ............... . S U-----h-n---M-uh--- . , . 4 Ei in Q Ili 57.2-Ei...B.4i is gg H ,,., 'fs ., ,YQ ?Q 1!."'-' ' ' f +A UQ? ASHER CUTLER Honor Society 4: North Stfir Staff 2, Co-Literary Editor 4: Footlight Society 3: Tiger Tall-r Business Manager 3: Aero Club 2: Intramural Award l 3. MARGARET DARCANGELO Honor Society 4: North Star Staff Co-Mechanical Editor 4: Public Speaking 4: Footliaht Sc- ciety 2, 3: Footlight Play 3: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Tiger Talk 3: "N" Club 2, 3. 4: Senior Play 4: Oreretta 3. FRANK DiGIACOMO Baseball V 2, 3: Horse-shoes l, 2: Volleyball 3: Soccer 3: Intra- mural Award 2, 3: Track S 4. PAUL DILLENBECK Boys' Glee Club l, 2: Choristers 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 3: Orchestra 3, 4: Opeietta 2 3: Golf 3, 4. RAY EASTERBROOK F. F. A. l, 3. IAMES EASTWOOD F. F. A. 2, 3: B-:dio "Link, l. NATALIE EATON North Star Staff 2, 4: Fooilight Society 3, 4: Cirnerr Clu: Treasurer 3: Girls' Cvlee Club 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3: M zrrigina Band 3, 4: Homerooni Officer I- Tiger Tallc 3: Operetta 3: Senicr Play 4. WILLIAM EDMISTER Student Counqii 4: F. F, A. H113 JI Jr N 'I -v . I ,f' 's 2' f - v.al '.,.!.-' 5,-.' Treisurer 3: Baseball L 3 V 4: Football I. V. 2, L 3. 4: Track S2: Bowling 3. PAUL EDWARDS Glee Club l, 2: Chor- Boys' isters 2, 3, 4: I-Iorneroom Officer 3: Soccer 3: Operetta Clul' 3 ir.. A . 3: Radio ARLENE ENEDY North Star Staff 4, Public Speakf 2, 4: ing l: Footlight Society Sigma Tau Eta Vice-President 3. President 4: Homeroorn Officer 2: "N" Club 4: Senior Play 4. KAY EVERETT Aero Club Secretary 2, Vice- Prosirient 3. ANN FARR North Star Staff Art Editor 4: Footliaht Society l. 3: Art Club 2 3. 4: Sigma Tau Eta 3, Secre- tiry 4: "N" Club 4. VIRGINIA FITZSIMMONS Latin Club 3: Public Speaking 4: Footliaht Societv 3: Camera Club 2: Band 4: Tiger Talk 3: Senior Play 4. BEVERLY FULLER Camera Club Secretary 3, Pres- ident 4: Sigma Tau Eta 3, 4: lrlonieroorn Officer 4: Tiger Talk IOAN GORDON North Star Staff l, 2, 3, 4: Foot- liaht Society l, 2, 3, 4: Sigma Tapi Etfz Treasurer 4: Tiger Talk IOANNE GRAMOGLIO Fooflight Society 3: Tiger Talk 3: Girls' Glee Club l, 2: O:.er- etta 3. STEFAN GREIFF French Club 3, 4: Camera Club 4: Art Club 2, 3, 4. ERNESTINE GRIDLEY North Star Staff 3: Sigma Tau Eta 3. 4: Tiger Talk 3. PATRICIA GRIFFIN North Star Staff 4: French Club 3: Footlight Society 2, 3, 4: Girls' Cleo Club 3, 4: Tiger Talk 3: HN" Club 2, 3. DAVID HENDERSON Latin Club 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Home- room Officer 2: Tiger Talk 3: Intramural Award l. BARBARA HEYN Honor Society 4: North Star Staff 2, 3, 4: Footlight Society l, 2, 3, 4: Footlight Play l: Cwirls' Glee Club 3, 4: Tiger Talk 3: "N" Club 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4: Operetta 3: Senior Play 4: Student Musical Busi- ness Manaaer 4. THOMAS I-IOGUE Honor Society 4: North Star Staff l 2: Latin Club 4: Tiger Talk 3: Basketball Assistant Manager Z Manager L 3, 4: Football I. V. 3, L 4: Track V 2, 3: Bowling 2, 3: Intramural Award l, 2. .. HOWARD ORR Student Council l5 North Star Staff 3, 45 Art Club 45 Home- rocrn Officer 25 Football V 3. IEAN ENE OVERSTROIVI Honor Society 3, President 4: Student Council l, 2, 4: North Star Staff l, 2, 3, Features Edi- tor 45 Secretary Iunior Class: Treasurer Senior Class: Public Sreakirig I, 2, 45 Footlight So- ciety 1, 2, 35 Footlight Play 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band l: Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4: l'lome'oorn Officer 15 Tiaer Talk Co-Editor 35 "N" Club 2, 3, 45 Cheerleade er 2, 3, 45 Oneretta 15 Senior Play 45 Ouill and Scroll 3, 4. IOANNE PARDEE Footlight Society 45 Art Club 4. ARBERTA PERRIGO Sigma Tau Eta 2, 3. LLOYD PERRY Football I. V. 3, V4. ARNOLD PIPE Baseball S 3, 45 Football l. V. 3, L 4: F. F. A. 3, 4. BETTY REINHEIMER North Star Staff l: Public Speak- ing l, 2, 45 Footlight Society 2. 45 Sigma Tau Eta 35 Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3. 45 Choristers 3, 4: Tiger Talk 35 "N" Club 2, 3, 45 Cheerleaders 2, 3, 45 Operetta l, Z, 35 Senior Play 4. LORETTA RINKE North Star Staff l, Co-Editor Classes 4: Public Speaking l, 45 Fcotlight Society I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club l, 2. 3. 45 Choristers 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 25 Tiger Talk 3: Oreretf: 2, IOANNE ROCCO North Star Staff 4. IOAN ROGERS Footliaht Society l, 2, 3: Foot- light Play 35 Tiger Talk 3. PATRICIA ROLL North Star Staff 25 ,Art Club 2, 3, 45 Drum Maiorette l, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ROSSETTIE North Star Staff 2, 45 Latin Club 3- Footlight Society 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 3, 45 Tiger Talk 35 Club 45 Operetta 3. ELEANOR RUNDELI. Honor Society 45 North Star Co- Iiterary Editor 45 Latin Club 3, 4 President 35 Siarna Tau Eta 45 Elmira College Key Award 3. PATRICIA RUOCCO Student Council Secretary 35 Footlight Society 25 Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45 Choristers 35 Seven Sharrs 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 25 "N" Club 2, 3, Treas- urer 45 Oyferetta 35 Senior Play 4. RICHARD RYALL F. F. A. 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA SANFORD Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officer 25 Tiger Talk 3. LORRAINE SAVORY Band 2: Marching Band 2. PATRICIA SENKULICS Tiger Talk 35 North Star Staff 4. MARY ANN SHAY Honor Society 45 Latin Club 35 Home-rccrn Officer 45 Tiger Talk 3. DIANA SMITH Honor Society 3, Vice-President 45 North Star Staff 2, 3, Mech- anical Editor 45 French Club 3, 45 Footlight Society l, 2, 3, Pres- ident 4: Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Chofisters 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Tiger Talk 35 "N" Club 3, Vice-President 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Harmonettes 45 Operetta l5 Quill and Scroll 3. IAMES STANTON F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4. LeROY STANTON F. F. A. l, 2, 35 Choristers 45 Intramural Award 3. RICHARD TAYLOR Football I. V. l5 L 2, 3, 4, CATHERINE TELEHANY Honor Society 45 Footlight So- ciety 35 Tiger Talk 3. MICHAEL TELEHANY North Star Staff 2, 3: Baseball V 2, 35 Footbal l. V. l. PAUL TRAVIS Footlight Society 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 4: Homercorn Officer 45 Tennis S l, L 2, 35 Senior Play 45 Intramural Award l. FRANCES VIEIRA North Star Staff 45 Footlight Society 4. PAUL VOSE French Club 4: North Star Staff 2, 3. CHARLES WICKWIRE Boys' Glee Club l, 2, 35 Chor- isters 2, 3, 45 Football l. V. 2, Assistant Manager 35 Tennis L 2, 3: Operetta 3, ANTHONY ZINE Footlight Society l: Fcoti.ght Play l: Boys' Glee Club l, 2 3, 4: Ojgeretta 35 Gclf 3 4. 4...- GP au, u as , f .., .QV ,K W, ,, fc 1 Vik' Fi' s 4, ni 4 i 2 .Q "1 . ,,,, 4 ,SW ,J , Q H? ff 'Q JS: il 'I 1 TO THE ADVERTISERS OF THE T951 NORTH STAR Once more deor fruends you busnness ond professlonol people of the cornmunlty hove ossured the success of our North Stor It IS the cooperotlon ond good wlll ot you odvertnsers thot moke our venture whot It IS you for your generous support We hope thot the cornmunlty rewords you wnth on nncreose In busnness Grotefully yours, The North Stor Stott The North Stor Stott wishes to thonk GRAND UNION MODERN FOOD MARKETS FEATURING EVERYDAY LOW PRICES SPEED SHOPPING SELF SERVICE Joan The Grond Porode To Grond Union For Your READING AND LISTENING PLEASURE THE CGRNING LEADER AND RADIO STATION WCLI Ingersoll Rand MANUFACTURER OF COMPRESSORS PUMPS GAS AND DIESEL ENGINES and MINING MACHINERY WE SELL UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS CORNING SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 51 EAST MARKET STREET d M y I4 9 OFFICERS S A Ahlg v e GARN ER UPI-IOLSTERY COMPANY +1 S RESTAURANT Restyllng Reupholsternng VICTORIA Most S and Repalrlng O t d e R Workmanshup Guaranteed Ph 69324 WE SPECIALIZE IN SEA FOOD Martin Deloseph Prop Organize a , I88 Karl L. Gai S, Pr 'd T Harry A. Rood, Vic P 'd t Ve er . re Te Howard F. .Col ,Sec f y Amelia E. W. Bean, A t. T s. C t c R. Park, A t. S T y JhD.Yo g dF .kH.F 'Att y Compliments of 98 Jo n treet . I . I . u Corning's anitary nd I Up- o- at estaurant one - , . Congratulations . . . CLASS OF I95I Northside l-ligh School Local IOOO American Flint Glass Workers Union of North America C g d Compliments ot I An Orgonizotion for the Workers ond Citizens ot ornin on Adjoining Communities FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF CORNING MARKET AND PINE STREET e Y FOR BETTER VALUES R KELLEY S DEPARTMENT STORE NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER E R WOLCOTT CONTRACTOR B g FI EXCAVATING 8. GRADING CARROLL BROTHERS DODGE PLYMOUTH DODGE JOI3 RO'red TRUCKS dgt Y SuCCess Ond Best Washes TO The CIOss Of I95I Local 3l3 C PAINTED POST N Y Compliments of 32 Bri e S reef Corning, N w ork Corning, New Ork Sho Ot - in The i Ots, N. Y. FINANCIAL PROBLEMS ARE OUR BUSINESS At Lnncoln Rochester you II fund a complete Inst of bank servnces devoted to helplng you manage and protect your money and solve your tlnanclal problems Every bank servace you could need ns here under one roof offered by folks you know a way you II like Come IU and see us won t you? Cornlng Trust Offrce 2 E Market Street Northsrde Offuce 69 Brndge Street LINCOLN ROCHESTER TRUST COMPANY Membe Fede al Rese ve System Membe Federal Deposnt Insurance Corp Compllments of Complnments of THE FOOD MART The Complete Supermarket I 68 72 East Market Street I BUILDING CO HOME OF SHURFINE BRAND FOODS ' , --in 1 - - 1 . , . u r r r Y ' I I I ' l I L . I . 100 YEARS OF F ASHICJNING NEW THINGS IN GLASS Picture o world without such things os the electric Inght the trottlc sngnol heot reslstont loborotory gloss wore ond gloss cooking wore All these things ore bosuc not o single one exnsted Thot they do exist to serve us todoy us to o greot extent the responsubnlnty of Corning Gloss Works The yeor 1951 morks the one hundredth yeor thot Corning Gloss Works hos been engoged In moknng um proved forms of gloss for use In the home lndustry ond the school CORNING GLASS WORKS CORNINC NEW YORK ports ot rnodern civilizotion. Yet one hundred yeors ogo C pl SHARPE S SODA BAR 99W MoktSteet Rbe-'r81M go tSc1p P E N N E Y S CORNING NEW YORK etso LANDO S FOOD MARKET pl etso CORNING DRUG COMPANY W P Ire ey 8. Rey olds e Y PRESCRIPTIONS F Del e y Se pl etso THE ROC KWELL CO NORTHSIDE FLORAL SHOP lO7 B dge S ee Dol 66242 A W KEELEY EVERYTHING FOR THE SPORTSMAN g Ne o ets Judge Clorence H Brnsco om iments of Com im n f I . r e r o r or re h r e I ri lr T 1 , Complim n f - - I 34 West Morket Street Comin , w Y rk Com im rm f l Complim n of . u rm n . Coming, N w ork ' ree iv r rvice BEST WISHES YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER CLEVELAND MOTORS EPe gNY ts of BOWLING ALLEYS ROTARY GAS STATION I C MITCHELL P p e N CORNING CAMP OF GIDEON INTERNATIONAL ATHENS HOTEL 8. RESTAURANT BRAVEMAN S g3G WHL ely O BRAVEMAN S 2 tMkett sHoP AND sAvE C A N S The FoshIon Corner k Y REGAL SEWING CENTER NECCHI I I I Compliments of from I I I I I49 . ult ney St. I Corning, New York Cornin , . . I I , , ,YW Y ,Y I I l Complimen Servin enerotion it ov I Groduoti n Gifts IIA!! I 8 Eos or S . I --- V 7-- VV V VV -7- - V I I I CIT . , , ro . 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I I II ll , I Lula Lee Restaurant DINNERS AND LUNCHES Shoppnng Center West Pulteney 24 hour servuce Plenty of Park ng Space Plaza Theater CORNING S POPULAR FAMILY THEATER Compliments of Your LOCGI J L Ca 4 Market Basket BETTER SHOES F00d STOVGS Eugene H Gorman Comp"men'SOl GENERAL INSURANCE M l. Allen 8: SON Play All The Bug Puctures 55 Bndge Sffeff At Popular Prices Mesko Glass 84 Tlllman s Mlrr C Ol' OTTTDOUY lO W Wnlluam Street P P Y Cornlng Ne York owed OST N 68 B ldge Street Corn V19 NSW YOfl4 Co nlng New York Tarantellu s Drug Store Sunnyside Restaurant F AULISI STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHS OF DISTINCTION PORTRAITS A SPECIALTY Call for an appointment Phone 6 534l . 1 l ' ll A , , l rl ll i ,, We . ' f . i I ru I . , ., - I I . . , W Painted Post Press Fine Printing 96 if Phone 2-OOI2 Complnments of Harry Mourhess Texaco StatIon Mamle L Moyers WALLPAPER 8. PAINT STORE II3 E Market St Cormng 81 J McCarty GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY Matson s 30 W Market St Shop ot Beaututul Footwear For Ladles and Smart Shoes for Young Men Complnments of Eugene Mannlng Constructlon Co Compllments of Joy AutomatIcs HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Complnments of Charles H Glthler ATTORNEY AT LAW SAILING BLUES Demms for Summer Sports Congratulatuons to the Class of I95I The Ka rmel Korn Shop 8I East Market Street Complnments of Hotel Central JOSEPH GOIS Prop Compluments of Hagberg Auto ElectrIc Servlce Hawkes Crystal Glass Showrooms 75 W Mdrkef Sf 6 East Erue Avenue Vusntors Welcom COFDIHQ e D E I Compluments Model Dry Cleaners Lester Shoe Co H J Dexte 81 on QUALITY FOOTWEAR BEST WISHES LIberty Shoe CurtIs L Hlcks 81 Son CORATING 81 CONTRACTING 42 W Pulteney Street Corning N Y Crystal Cnty Contectuona ry PETER SCARMOUTSOS I2 West Market Street Goodman s SpecIalty Shop I8 W Market St I I A W. S. . J. ' of I I I I I I I I I S S . I . I I - I . I I I . . r S i, , ,, , ,,,,,.. , V ,ff Y ,, ,W , , I . I I - . ' Co. I I . . I - I 4 I ' ' T N ,,,,,,, ,,, , , I I - I I I A A 4 TASTY BAKERY THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN THE CLEANEST WAY BREAD ROLLS PASTRI ES 52 East Market Street Dual Phone 69113 EARL HOOKER STUDEBAKER Sales 81 Servuce BEAR WHEEL BALANCER AND ALIGNMENT Dual Ph 6 7314 150 East Market Street Compluments of KEENAN PHARMACY Brudge and Pulteney St SCHOOL SUPPLIES PRESCRIPTIONS I PHOTO DEPARTMENT Dual Phone 6 3541 PHOTOGRAPHER Specualusts un Dustunctuve Portrauts and Groups Frarnung Enlargements Copyung CORN I NG ART STUDIO ARMEN H TELIAN Prop 12 E Market St Phone 6 4941 u INSURANCE Floyd W Englush Wulluam C Droege Harvey W Gray 55 E Market Street Dual Phone 64641 HELWIG S CLEANING AND PRESSING DIAL PHONE 20822 265 W Wulluam St Cornung N PRESCRIPTIONS ECKER DRUG STORE Dual Phone 6 4232 WE DELIVER ADSIT HARDWARE 71 Brudge Street Dual Phone 2 1341 I , u , I I I I I I . . . I ' - , 6 L1 so I I I I I . I . 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COMPLIMENTS OF LOMPLIMENTS OF awww Y w r w Q 1 K Black Bras Inc MORNING DELIGHT PANCAKE FLOUR Bug Flats N Y Arland 81 Nessle ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rogers Block Cornung N Y Compluments of R L Evans Texaco Servuce 1618 20 W Erue Ave Carpenter s Rapud Transut FOR CHARTERED BUSES Bonady Brothers 81 Pat s Tradung Post Your Grocerues Free lf We Faul To Smule Dual 6 4681 F red Ca rey Clover Farm Store 35 Spruce St Da Ph 66122 Compluments of Belvedere Fruut Stand Best un Qualuty FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Compluments of Ash s Food Mart Complumeruts of Brothers Clothes Shop 40 East Market Cornung N Y Carpenter 81 Pteuter STERLING GASOLINE AND FUEL OILS QUAKER STATE OIL Dual Phone 6 9084 Borel s Bakery PHONE 6 4831 59 Brudge Street Cornung New York GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 51' Cornung Laundry 81 Dry Cleanung lnc 79 Flunt Avenue Dual Ph 6 3758 A BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1951 W Beulby 81 Son FUNERAL HOME 139 Walnut Street Compluments of Natuanal Army Store Compluments of Alward s Juvenule Shop YOUR TEEN AGE SHOP 17 E Market St Clark s Sweet Shoppe FOUNTAIN SERVICE CANDIES Dauly 8. Sunday Newspapers Dual Phone 6 7412 Compluments of Callahan 81 Hooey REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 8 E Pulteney Da Ph 21641 Coger s GROCERIES MEATS PRODUCE Da Ph 6 8512 South Cornung ., . . . u N I u W 'ff D em DD S u A""' ' " V ---- 2-N Y -,i.- u I E V 1 I u I A 1 ' I l . . 1 J 1 R . l u Dial phone 6-4932 V V 1 291 E. Market Street u AAA-A-ee-eeeee-f I we .LLM do u I 1 I ' , ' u l - I - l - I A - I A u , l . ul . - W , , Y . T' A TT 5 ' . I E X I u . u u . . 1 ' ' I u . u i I I - l , I u u . b ' Y I I CARPENTER S MEMORIAL STUDIO Ac oss f o Hope Cemefe y Foreign ond Domestic Gromte See Before You Buy M be of Bo e G Your Rock of Ages Deoler P Aee CARPENTER S FUNERAL HOME I4 E PULTENEY ST Pho e 6 9927 PAUL L CARPENTER O ne DONALD L MCCABE Lce sed Mo age Doy ond Nnght Pho e 2 0512 Ambulance Servsce COMPLIMENTS OF W R LANPHEAR CONSTRUCTION C0 COMPLIMENTS or JOI-I N KI N N ER Controctor OFFICE PHONE 6 491 es de ce I , I l I r r m r n - w r em r rr uild , i n n r ork v nu - Box I63 Corning, N. 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