Onondaga Central School - Onondagan Yearbook (Nedrow, NY)

 - Class of 1955

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THE CDNONDAGAN 4 3951456-Sl-5 I , ., 4. ,M-mmm - ' . mv- o A - . ,urgg-.of'?4'F?A 'K 1'- . fig" - 0 , ' ,X A , ,-7 ., 5, t 3 f aio nb S r- iff, K-lm K HEQQQY' 5 01. . X, XJ ll. V 3 ,H - , WA lj Q . '. ' 'I ' J H if Ci 3 7 45--if ' ' -. X ,, , U. V--W Y M ,' -- -' 'AVI 5: ' A .I In Tl., Wide And Sf-ae.1.us VAl.Lcy . She. STANJS ww .,..- Q4 , fa ll- I - , "fe ' , 9 ' f 1 - J-if J dan, S - 3 J- 5 J f' 1 1 Q I 0zauTiFJ 1'S'S-.e, , fs BZ., OWN weak. 4 I ' . F 6 Z V , - ' 3' I v-.. f A , fb J w 1 f A - A -:ff-' f 5 vi' I.,-'j',4f .. 4 11 ALMA MATILCK-' Sol-'WL of 7u4,7h audi 7QieTy- -N1 ,M,f",-r:' 2 I .f iig.-V'-wf'L.f V . -' 'sag .2-4" 7 ' A 2LIpQ,.,1 EZ J '.' Mfziff' Qifff' Li' V 2 ,Qi .fl Y I ' ' 1, ' ff E 5 1 fl' 4, L gL':x,M ' -all ai, S7 'E J ' f J if ' A' ' I ...f, ,.,, ' A k- -' '. Q- U , ' , I- . 1 f ff, , , ' ul, -AI 4 ' Y N li , we wfll STL1ve. 72 even. 531-U5 51-'U' 'QAAL 3' V ' Q, An.,--K-f . 1. ' - ' an . e o , A ' ll iifr"sf3 . is o Wffffs- bww. 4 Tl- -M lv TR ' af- . Z f. 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Y ' in , , - . - -1 . v , , . . - ,,p,- . QE? . L A , .. -,NVQ 'Q A ' 1 M' ' XX F xx. if A . W, ... ,,., U I " gf 5 If L I , , I 1fQ f A I ea a - , A x HOWARD HOUSER RUSSELL SMITH When troubles ever trouble you Now don't you run and hide STUDENT COUNCIL '52 TRACK '53'54 SR. BAND '52'53'54'55 YEARBOOK EDITOR'54 TRACK MGR. '52 PROM '54 BASEBALL MGR.'52 CLASS PRESIDENT'54 FOOTBALL MGR. '53 SENIOR BASKETBALL MGR.'53'54'55 if E' 'Q MARCELLA YOUNG PLAY '55 I would not exchange. my home on the range For all ofthe cities so bright INTRAMURALS '52 '53 '54 '55 SR. CHORUS '52 '53 '54 '55 CLASS SECRETARY '54 '55 YEARBOOK STAFF '54 V. CHEERLEADER '55 SENIOR PLAY '55 Senoritas sigh When you walk by Senor J.V. BASKETBALL '53 V. BASEBALL '53 CLASS PRESIDENT '54 PROM '54 CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT '55 V. FOOTBALL '55 V. BASKETBALL '55 SENIOR PLAY '55 . I' "' Y 1 .P X X JULIAN HALL If ever the devil was born Without a pair of horns CLASS TREASURER '52 '53 '54 '55 TRACK '53 '54 '55 V. FOOTBALL '54 '55 V. BASKETBALL '55 SENIOR PLAY '55 S452 Nag., Q WILLIAM ADSITT Got a hot rod Ford And a two dollar bill J.V. FOOTBALL '52 J.V. BASKETBALL '53 J.V. BASEBALL '53 JUNIOR RED CROSS '53 '54 PROM '54 V. BASKETBALL '55 TRACK '55 SENIOR PLAY '55 I ASA ' I ..T. Hi- - ,. H I ,I Wxxalhu-,,, I 5, A I ANNA BRONNER Lord help the sister Who comes between me and my guy INTRAMURALS '52 '53 CHEERLEADER '52 '53 '54 '55 PROM '54 LITERARY EDITOR,YEARBOOK '54 JUNIOR RED CROSS '55 SENIOR CHORUS '55 SENIOR PLAY '55 .. 1' -'xx M- F L ANNE BOICE Come on with the rain l've a smile on my face SENIOR BAND '52'53'54'55 ORCHESTRA'52'53'55 SENIOR CHORUS '52'53 INTRAMURALS '55 I DONNA CURTIS Hey Good-lookin' Whatcha got cooking SENIOR cHoRus'52'53'54'ss INTRAMURALS '52 '55 ALUMNI BANQUET '54 LIBRARY CLUB '55 SENIOR PLAY '55 TS ,,,...: rg fig-1' 51 ' X KATHERINE EVANS Dance Ballerina Dance Wlwirl Ballerina Wlrirl STUDENT COUNCIL '52 CLASS PRESIDENT '53 JUNIOR RED CROSS '53 '54 '55 SENIOR CHORUS '53 '54 '55 SENIOR PLAY '55 , I .W g , ,1- BERNARD FINLAY You can fight like a champ by yourself V. FOOTBALL '52 '53 V. BASKETBALL '52 '53 '54 '55 V. BASEBALL '52 '53 '54 '55 V. TRACK '52 '53 '54 '55 SENIOR PLAY '55 SENIOR BAND '52 '53 '54 '55 A1"'f kr, il. ,aff 1:17 DAVID FENNER When l'm not near the one l love l love the one l'm near SENIOR BAND '52 '53 '54 '55 J.V. BASKETBALL '52 '53 J.V. BASEBALL '52 '53 CROSS-COUNTRY '52 '53 '54 V. BASKETBALL '54 '55 TRACK '54 SENIOR PLAY '55 I DAVID FISH l'd love fo live in dreamland J.V. FOOTBALL '52 J.V. BASEBALL '52 CLASS SECRETARY '52 '53 V. FOOTBALL '53 '54 '55 F.F.A. VICE PRESIDENT '54 SENIOR PLAY '55 y LINDA HAY I feel a song coming on SENIOR CHORUS '52 '53 '54 '55 INTRAMURALS '52 SENIOR PLAY '55 , - i O R JO ANN HULL You're dreaming of something What can it be? SENIOR BAND '52 '53 '54 '55 INTRAMURALS '52 '53 '54 4 'E 1 '54 Q' MARY HAYDEN Sweet personality Full of rascality SENIOR CHORUS '52 '53 '54 '55 INTRAMURALS '52 '53 PROM '54 SENIOR PLAY '55 XI, LA EDITH LOADER A million-dollar baby In a five and ten cent store INTRAMURALS '52 '53 '54 '55 SENIOR CHORUS '55 LIBRARY CLUB '55 gn PAUL LUCHSINGER lt's whatcha do with whatcha got That pays off in the end J.V. TRACK '52 PROM '54 INTRAMURALS '52 SENIOR CHORUS '55 JR. RED CROSS '53'55 SENIOR BAND '55 V. TRACK '53'54'55 J.V. BASKETBALL '53 CROSS COUNTRY '53'54 V. BASKETBALL '54'55 YEARBOOK STAFF '54 -,- Q ? 5' ,I . X ,,,.. If ' ' L37 Yi f ' I f L, X -5 .wdf N' we .f'ht . , - .. VT., ,355 V., V 1 - ' .3 . I., ,,V':1 l " A .. , 43:4 , A , 3 Y .5-W, N , 1,32 595 F1 33,15 55" :gr SE? ogg 'Q-4 BI SP4 5 3 . .ix CROSS COUNTRY '52 '53 '54 '55 BASEBALL '52 '53 '55 TRACK '53 '54 '55 PROM '54 SENIOR PLAY '55 ...M fx, I Q. '3TI,Q,,.7 5, ,S JOHN MADISON Floating on a bubble Life is just a happy tune J.V. TRACK '53 V. TRACK '54 '55 J.V. CROSS COUNTRY '54 V. CROSS COUNTRY '55 SENIOR CHORUS '55 INTRAMURALS '55 ROSEMARY PARKER Keep smiling through Just like you always do INTRAMURALS '52 '53 '54 '55 SENIOR CHORUS '52 '53 PROM '54 I ll.. - H GRANT POWELL Always the clown So funny in his way J.V. BASEBALL '52 INTRAMURALS '52 J.V. BASKETBALL '53 '54 V. TRACK '53 '54 '55 J.V. CROSS COUNTRY '53 SENIOR CHORUS '54 '55 V. CROSS COUNTRY '54 V. BASKETBALL '55 V. BASEBALL MGR. '55 IRQ MARY ROBERTS Keep on smiling And the whole world smiles with you SENIOR CHORUS '52 '53 '54 '55 ART CLUB '52 '53 '54 INTRAMURALS '52 '53 '54 '55 J.V. CHEERLEADER '53 YEARBOOK STAFF '54 V. CHEERLEADER '54 '55 zskt' I Q ,,,, ...ZW RICHARD RAMSDEN How many hearts have you broken How many, how many we wonder J.V. BASEBALL '52 J.V. BASKETBALL '52 '53 J.V. FOOTBALL '52 J.V. TRACK '53 V. FOOTBALL '53 '54 '55 V. BASKETBALL '54 '55 V. TRACK '54 PROM '54 YEARBOOK STAFF '54 V. BASEBALL '55 STEPHEN ROSS Oh may l go awandering Until the dayl die SENIOR CHORUS '54 '55 PROM '54 SENIOR BAND '55 LIBRARY CLUB '55 INTRAMURALS '55 'lpjgr RICHARD RUSSELL DONNA SAGER I never count sheep Five foot two eyes of blue I count all the charms about Linda Oh, what that five foot won't do J.V. FOOTBALL '53 INTRAMURALS '52 '53 '54 '55 ..I.V. BASKETBALL '53 SENIOR CHORUS '52 '53 '54 '55 V. BASEBALL '53 '54 '55 JUNIOR RED CROSS '54 V. FOOTBALL '54 '55 SENIOR PLAY '55 V. BASKETBALL '54 '55 I "frzQ:v"' BRUCE SAUNDERS RICHARD SHARPE It's a great world to he in He is a man so at times goes astray And I know you're agreein' Seems so unfair but a man's made that way SENIOR BAND '52 '53 '54 '55 FOOTBALL MGR. '52 FOOTBALL '52 BASKETBALL MGR. '52 '53 '54 F.F.A. '52 BASEBALL MGR. '52 '53 FOOTBALL MGR. '53 '55 TRACK MGR. '52 '53 '54 BASEBALL MGR. '53 ORCHESTRA '52 ORCHESTRA '53 A.A.A. TREASURER '52 '53 '54 '55 JUNIOR RED CROSS '54 SENIOR PLAY '55 ff' ,. nil I V, f..kV 'ann M X. . me wg Wk,.A ' 1 "lf ' ' yawn , . Wg? I 3-eau, ' QL 'VN' 4. 12 , JANICE SMITH There s no cooking Like home cooking SENIOR CHORUS '53 '54 '55 PROM '54 ., I l , Q 4, ' ,. .fffbaxc if-W1 i " 32 5 A ,,.,e, 2 -'SE1" if?l?!.'f: :w ifi 'fit ia , ,ci 4, - 14111 wiiff ff:-ox? what Wifi: 5: X. SENIOR PLAY '55 ANNE WHEELER All I wanf is loving you And music, music, music SENIOR BAND '52 '53 '54 '55 J.V. CHEERLEADER '53 ART CLUB '53 PROM '54 V. CHEERLEADER '55 BEVERLY YOUKER In your own quief way INTRAMURALS '52 '53 '54 '55 MAJORETTES '54 '55 SENIORS AS THEY WERE ...-,gn-Ili ,,,. , jj 'ax x,.X.J-" X f 3.7 .- 3, ,, my IQQQ ' A Q., 5 'wr Q V , 1"' fs 'Q --J - . -,R MMM . , M W5-vwf. is 'X wm- is . ,,...,, A31 T., . , 1 in 5' W ,ft , w0me,.n4 5 .fiB1" favs? SENIORS NOW WHO TH EY WERE Left side:- Madison, Young, Fenner, Hayden, Sager, Fish Smith, R., Roberts, Houser Adsitt, Miss Kuppel and Company, McCarthy Right side:- Parker, Youker, Russell, Hall, Perry, Powell Sharpe, Hay, Luchsinger, Hull Wheeler, Ross, Curtis, Boice Evans, Loader, Bronner, Smith, J. William Adsitt Anne Boice Anna Bronner Donna Curtis Katherine Evans David Fenner Bernard Finlay David Fish julian Hall Linda Hay Mary jane Hayden Howard Houser jo Ann Hull Edidx Loader Paul Luchsinger john Madison Michael McCarthy Rosemary Parker Grant Powell Richard Ramsden Mary Roberts Stephen Ross Richard Russell Donna Sager Bruce Saunders Richard Sharpe janice Smith Russell Smith Anne Wheeler Beverly Youker LIFE AT CENTRAL NAME CHARACTERISTIC COMPLAINTS HANDLE Good looks The world is wrong jake Sarcastic A certain girl's tight skirts Blond hair Too quiet study halls Anna Banana Eyes Don Walk Biology before lunch Kay Making out False gossipers Romeo Making out Love it Ace Friendly People that tell lies junior Yawning Miss Eveland's earrings King Pin Hair cuts Have to get up too early Lynny Lou Too much homework for Janie vacations Shormess There are some lazy Howie seniors Short hair Miss Eveland won't let jo the kids sit under window ledge Giggling Nosy people Edie Money bags Not enough money in Luke this world Broken glasses lneligibility list Moose Always arguing Don't care for history Mike Blue Eyes Too many tests Rosie Lack of teacher's understanding Shyness School hours are too long Mort Confused People who squeek pop- corn while chewing Sleeping Miss Robinson's social Steve class Curly hair Marcella Young's hair Russ needs cutting Snapping gum Too many wise guys Donna June Reading School System Senator Seriousness Girls are too shy Ump Walk Too much homework Jan Good looks Get rid of 8th period Smitty Music People who squeek chalk Quietness Too much homework Bev Big feet and Nor enough boys with Feet Marcella Young long hair IDBDDCI' S WHERE YOU FIND 'EM The gas station Around Here sg There All over Running around At home At Alice's Bondy's Everywhere At home With Warren Anywhere Anywhere You'd be surprised Whee1er's Gail' s Nedrow Vi siting neighbors Riding around in the truck Marcia' s Here 84 There Mostly there All over Elmwood or Nedrow With Darryl At home Usually home Driving around Endicott 31 johnson Practicing Downtown Home THEME SONG St. Louis Blues Mombo Little Shoemaker If I Give My Heart to You Begin the Beguin Mr. Sandman I Need You Now Blue Pacific Blues Teach Me Tonight Young at Heart I Need You Now Hey There Don't Let the Kitty Get In This Old House Lady of Spain Make Love to Me If I Give My Heart to You I Went to Your Wedding Peg of My Heart Count Your Blessings lt's in the Book Re-enlistment Blues Crazy 'bout You Baby 'Til Then Stars and Stripes To Be Alone Hold me, Hold Me, Hold Me High and the Mighty Because of You Sparkling Brown Eyes I Understand CLASS HISTORY The graduating class of 1955 began to organize its band many years ago when it was very small. It seems so long ago that it has nearly been forgotten, but once again we recall it to memory. When it began to organize there were for the first rehearsal in the central building Donna Curtis, David Fenner, David Fish, Mary jane Hay- den, Howard Houser, jo Ann Hull, Edith Loader, Mary Perry, Richard Ramsden, Bmce Saunders, Richard Sharpe, Janice Smith, and Anne Wheeler. Meanwhile also at re- hearsal were Anna Bronner, Katherine Evans, julian Hall, Mary Roberts, Donna Sager, Russell Smith, and Beverly Youker in the Rockwell building. Thus the rehearsal was under way for the big performance that seemed so far ' away, and each person was trying very hard to attain the knowledge to reach this goal. As their band progressed many were added to their organization. The first addition occurred in the third year when John Madison joined them, left in the fourth Kay Evans grade and returned in the sophomore year. In the fourth Sdutmorian year Linda Hay and Marcella Young joined the band fol- lowed by Bernard Finlay in the fifth at the central building. Then came along Anne Boice, Grant Powell, and Rosemary Parker in the sixth grade. Next came the seventh year when the Rockwell members made their way to the central building and they could all start rehearsing together for the performance which did not seem quite so far away now. All had gone well for the first eight years of school and much knowledge had been gathered. In the freshman year of the band's existence, William Adsitt and Paul Luchsinger were added. Now serious rehearsing had begun with Thomas Oswald as their President. The Vice-President was james Wheatlyg the Secretary was Stanley Ashmusg and the Treasurer was julian Hall. Miss Deyo was the advisor of the band during the freshman year. As sophomores the band's rehearsing continued, aided by Richard Russell who was a new- comer. They chose as leaders Katherine Evans, president, Howard Houser, vice-presidentg David Fish, secretary, and julian Hall treasurer once more. Under the leadership of Miss Deyo the sophomore activities consisted of selling school supplies. When they were juniors the band fwith Miss Deyo as their advisory had one more new member, Stephen Ross. They selected as leaders, Russell Smith, presidentg Katherine Evans, vice-presi- dentg Marcella Young, secretary, and once again julian Hall, treasurer. Their junior year was filled with activities for raising money for their trip no New York as seniors. Among them were the sale of candy, hot dogs, and doughnuts and a bake sale. ,Two dances for the purpose of making money were a 'Sadie Hawkins' dance and a St. Patrick's dance called the 'Shamrock Ball." In addition they had a girls and boys basketball game and an Alumni Banquet. All can thank them for the junior-Senior Prom, 'Rhapsody in Blue,' which proved that they were not constantly at work raising money. A trip to Fillmore Glen for a picnic was their reward for a year of hard work which all had enjoyed. With the selection of class rings and the production of the Yearbook, their junior year of rehearsal came to an end and all looked forward to the Senior year which would be climaxed with the performance so long awaited. - CLASS HISTORY - continued At last the band reached its senior year with Mr. Dole as its advisor. The band leaders were Howard Houser, president, Russell Smith, vice-president, Marcella Young, secretary, and for the fourth time julian Hall, treasurer. The Senior year consisted of many money making projects so that all could be assured of the trip to New York City at Easter for five days and four nights. Among the projects were the sale of Christmas cards, station- fi "-Z jff gitlg ery, magazines, and banners. At games they sold popcorn pop, and apples. Once again they had a 'Sadie Hawkins' S Q dance and another glance in the fall which they called W 'September jubilee." Another project was a paper drive. j L, S: In the spring their activities were completed with the ' production of the Senior Play, 'They Gave Him a Co-ed." Y, if n At last after twelve years of rehearsing, the big day of the performance will arrive. The band has lived, worked, and played together for all these years and now it looks forward to the performance with a little sadness at the thought of all the things that will be missed and a little frightened at the prospect of entering a strange new phase of life where each one must stand alone. But along with these, we find each one with his share of happiness, knowing that with the passing of graduation, 1955, this much of their lives has been a great success. j 1 W ,Jiff M :Q 511.gif -'11 ,- it ' ,- - r 1 'uw'.::,... Q95 T ei-'Sf 244511, - WE Anne Wheeler Valedi cforion L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L CLASS WILL William Adsitt, leave my ability to drive with one arm Csafelyj to Carol Murphy. Anne Boice, leave my place in band to Carl Fish. Anna Bronner, leavy my math ability to Charles Hart and my talkative ability to get out of trouble to Alice Bronner. Donna Curtis, leave my love for gym class to Virginia Purtell and my bashfulness to Carol Murphy. Katherine Evans, leavy my baggy gym suit to Craig Schadler. David Fenner, leave my seat in band to Carolyn Case and my ability to keep out of most of the trouble to Gary Nicholls. Bernard Finlay, leave my place as president of Senior Band to Francis Linsky. David Fish, leave all my troubles to anybody that wants them. julian Hall, leave my treasurers' jobs to anyone who gets stuck with them and my football ability to David DalPan. Linda Hay, leave my long curly locks to Lorraine Yates. Mary Hayden, leave my talking ability to Beverly Homung and all my boyfriends to Patricia Linsky. Howard'Houser, leave my chair in band to Harriet Kelly and my ulcers from being senior class president to the next one. JoAnn Hull, leave my chair in band to Agnes O'Ree. Edith Loader, leave my exuberance of laughter to Donna Millspaugh. Paul Luchsinger, leave my romantic affairs to Charles Hart and David Spath. john Madison, leave my track ability to David Spath. Michael McCarthy, leave my track ability no Kenneth Nash. Rosemary Parker, leave my shyness to Pat Dahl and Agnes O'Ree. Grant Powell, leave my track ability to Charles Hart. Richard Ramsden, leave my cast to Francis Linsky and my curly hair to Gary Nicholls. Mary Roberts, leave my little black book to Beverly Homung and my love for poster making to Linda Lakins. Stephen Ross, leave my baseball ability to Richard Bertrand. Richard Russell, leave my place in the shower room and my seat in coach's office to Francis Linsky. Donna Sager, leave my book entitled 'How to Get Your Man and Hold Him' to any junior girl who hasn't one. Bruce Saunders, leave my Senatorship to Carl Fish. Richard Sharpe, leave my Athletic Association job to any junior that is capable and my job as basketball manager to Richard Bertrand. Janice Smith, leave my driving ability to Harriet Kelly. Russell Smith, leave my ability to make spaghetti fand eat itj to David DalPan. Anne Wheeler, leave my confusion in physics class to anybody who wants to take on Mr. Dole. Beverly Youker, leave my wreckless driving to Carol Murphy and my quietness to Beverly Homung. Marcella Young, leave my big feet to Elaine Evans and my long hair to Patricia Dahl. William Adsitt Anne Boice Anna Bronner Donna Curtis Katherine Evans David Fenner Bernard Finlay David Fish Julian Hall Linda Hay Mary jane Hayden Howard Houser Jo Ann Hull Edith Loader Paul Luchsinger john Madison Michael McCarthy Rosemary Parker Grant Powell Richard Ramsden Mary Roberts Stephen Ross Richard Russell Donna Sager Bruce Saunders Richard Sharpe Janice Smith Russell Smith Anne Wheeler Beverly Youker Marcella Young CLASS PROPHECY has become a mechanic of the U. S. Navy. is selling canaries to all who want to learn how to sing. is teaching all girls how to get a fellow. is devoting her time to being an old maid. is reading a book "I Hope I Get a Certain Fellow." has joined the navy and has a girl in every port. is signing up for Biddy Basketball where he is the ace. is manufacturing a new kind of sleeping pill. is giving flying lessons. is running her own Hairdressing business. is giving advice to all girls who want to make a good wife. is running his own hamburger stand. is telling fortunes to all those who are in doubt. is head saleswoman in the toy department at Woolworth's. is trying to invent a new illness for trees. is chasing speeders in his 1929 car. is the proud father of triplet girls. is successful as a secretary and finds the boss's lap very comfortable is head official at Paul's Roller Skating Rink. is living in an elevator where he has his ups and downs. is married and raising a big family. is the first person to walk around the world. is reading a book on how to raise a family. is married and living in a trailer. is teaching osteopathy at Harvard University. is trying to think of a new way to get the female species. is planning to marry her boss. is trying to invent a new way to sell shoes. is giving music lessons to O.C.S. students. is head drum majorette at Syracuse University. is married and raising a navy of her own. iff' fs N' ff .r is 'V 'fff 2 , 5. .QU MZ if M A eg, LL.' 1 ' ' 'LAL' ' ., Q " 7 r Y Max Ei". -4 ' Y M ' f . .-'-, L , , 1. in-:f.a,k,:: L :Agni imgfggy. 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Photography Editor ADVISORS Mrs. Doris Davis - Miss Elma Koegel - Mr. Warren Moore 'Z ...ff ev. , sn fx m,....t . Mins ,xxx SENIOR BAND Bernie Finlay - President Anne Wheeler - Secretary Francis Linsky - Vice President David Fenner - Treasurer The Senior Band began learning to march for the first time this past year. Every- one worked hard and enjoyed it. We played for the new Town Hall dedication at Onondaga Hillg a Christmas concert for the elementary gradesg a P.T.A. Christmas program and in the spring all members participated in the Spring Festival. Members of the band represented the school in the All-State Sectional Band, the All-State junior and Senior High School Bands and the All-County Junior High Band. Several different types of music have been studied throughout the year with benefit to all. ORCHESTRA Pamela Wilbur - President Nancy Amedro - Secretary joan Loope - Vice President Carolyn Case - Treasurer Many new instruments have been added to the orchestra this year, horns, trom- bones, flutes, clarinet, and cello. The orchestra also has a string ensemble con- sisting of five violins, three cellos, and a viola. Programs for the elementary grades in both buildings were presented and partici pation in the All-County Festival was a new and exciting experience for the members. SENIOR CHORUS Senior Chorus, under the direction of Miss Constantikes, enjoyed a pleasant year. The chorus had several participants in various sectional choruses. At school the group participated in the Christmas Program, Baccalaureate, and in the spring presented the annual choral program. JUNIOR CHORUS The junior Chorus, this year, had an opportunity to participate in a county festival as well as the annual Christmas and spring programs at school. This group is composed of junior High pupils who enjoy choral work and instruction in group singing. JUNIOR RED CROSS The Junior Red Cross has had a very successful year, with Mrs. Vinal as teach- er advisor, Kay Evans as smdent advisor, Paul Luchsinger as President, Beverly Hornung as Vice President, Anna Bronner as Secretary and Richard Greeley as Treasurer. The group made favors for Christmas, St. Va1entine's Day, and St. Pat- rick's Day for the various institutions in the Syracuse area. In addition, toy mice book-marks were made and a drive for comic books and ash trays was conducted, all these materials being sent to the Syracuse Veterans Hospital. F. F. A. Ernie Kreis-President Duane Wadsworth-Vice President Earl Abbey-Secretary Robert Horton-Treasurer Mr. Gaylord-Advisor Members of the chapter participated in two judging contestsg one at Morrisville in poultry, dairy cattle and apples, and at Virgil in dairy cattle and poultry. Ernie F ishlock received a purebred Guernsey calf from the Onondaga chapter of the Ki- wanis Club. S , , ,, as . g. Q Qt .wr ART CLUB 4? 'W hyyhrrh , The Art Club has done several things with jane Russell as their president, Carol Murphy, vice-president, and Barbara Weyand, secretary. Our work has con- sisted of outdoor sketching, charcoal and pastel work, wire sculpturing, halloween masks and decorating windows for Christmas. LIBRARY CLUB The Library Aides perform a valuable service for fellow students in helping to keep the library running smoothly. The group does not have officers and rarely meets as a group. Its main functions are to assist the librarian in circulating books both to the high school and grade school pupils, and to help in the preparation of books for the shelves. Library aides are chosen by the librarian from interested persons, both boys and girls in grades nine through twelve. SPCDRTS 1" , . ,-'51 YW. 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S43 .,. Q 13 2 , Q 6325.45 gg!!! use Minoa 35 jamesville-DeWitt 31 Fabius 23 Tully 36 Lafayette 28 Minoa 41 J ' D 32 F abius 29 Tully 20 Lafayette 57 VARSITY BASKETBALL J' -:sax-sz q.-, , , , ' 1 -fmaigffj ,- Hou ser x 'E-"5" cwuonke Rqmsd TW fm CV vp' -fwwswmmwq-L'a1vrs:Xfp: 1 ' Fenner - o W 4 M AdSlff Llnsky Smith Powell 1Ioy N Year r 0no ernie Finlay sr-f' ur years anf' s 1 I, . ets 42, Crock County Recon ndogo Centre 42 points last night to run competition up tg a rec' ntral to an 81 to145 vicl Onon.Centralm0ndUQUnS 1 Is Finalist In East Play J amesville-DeWitt' Also 'Qualifies raws Close To East Title CNONDAGA OENTRAUS un- aten basketeers were within io games of clinching at least! Qtie for the eastern division Pwn in the County Basketball Finlay Nets I 9 Points A I n 5 Games ONONDAGA CENTRAL, wit the high-scoring Bernie Finla in rare shooting form, rolle air fifth consecutive via 1 . crl Q as 1-s ' J- f . agile today aiter whipping A-:feated in th ?X0x 'gala :,,, de' Inca' on the losers floor. Qphoo. X K R a iampions and Janies- Phe victory was the sixth A f . 3 it ,t's runners up qualified ight for Coach Bill Gillbe-rt's 'rme Y , gh Hz ax in the County BaSk0t- int while the Minoans absorbed X C g hi H ' tttt 19'S east Sectfif P1f?Y'eir third loss in six starts. Pun. gn, en 'd f i . notching opening winslchsjnger sparked the DXJ X - steam Cart 1 is A atMan1ius scnoolgym-lgans' attack with 23 1 W11 1 3il1 Gi1bert's Central ue Bernie Finlay X 53-40, 6 ref? 21 2 ' waloved Fabius, 62'37'h 19. Don Peterelli ff ight. With. 1, GQ S J-D, Red Rams downed Minoa. - 'gift tvier game Emamm- Q3 , -40. The Winners Wil'1'amesvi11e-DeWitt toppled - a shadin l Gllday X Central. overpowered week from tonight at -ttey'71-61 and Fabius , K Elbfldz to 27 in the nightcap rr the playoff title. X af49-39 decision over 10'W'5C01'm Over Wal ' 3ernie Finlay again in Iyfin other act-ion hile Fafoiu El' 2 25 00 11 10 01 E113 1 14 21 91 ov 'li 61 29 23 811 ty periods: 33 42 9 17 +1.1ongo and Di Staols.. -oiva Mo mndaga euring Ea 'I' Title ONDAGA tie for- thi all League ond: blus ion playoffs 1 tfnight. Hy- 'stuffed C Wnnndaga 27-13 advantage 1 V . W esville - DeWitt b e a t , "o 40, in the -opening he Countv League's s and Fabius are and spot with 4-2 Hall ewan, 48-4' tM - h a an Cooc the Fabi 1 38 - game open in the came fro Cgmtral Gilbert r the clubs battled three mi 1 1' quarter tie. -and-tuck verdic' u . on gomg away ,Rams was Norb o nters for the loser, y 5idteDodge of Tully score high man 3, afbius led fr junior varsity con 1nts. James- 5 be Nnst , I lead and 1 iwntfil Split Rock 363 Skanc rough I-,on if ight loss. Bob ordan 233 Camillus 45 d the Fayetteville-Manli LY with 13 msville 333 Solvay 413 1 1 o.c:.s. W 245 East Syracuse 4C 'linger r7'gi1Rees Jvravuse 341 Ormndagi 3 TQ lgliiieggilgi 37: Lafayette 285 Jarneg ga 3ZV1guu26 21276, Fabius 2 .fn 0 0 fllPastuf ' Y ' 0 0 oigfifgty Mmog-F-T-1 TULLYB 12- ' .. -1 - -'7.r'fQre111 3 o einamsey '1' o'f me at 2210! Totals 19 sailswt. 5 212lsnrmgston o o wife--:,zczech and Longo. Vg'M,'::., 3 3 lgllgtggelson 6 5 I ,FABIUF I TULLY -c,'s41e'Qyy 1 1 31Car1ton 8 1, vb T'i1Ramsey 1g'1?i"1'3a11x':fAl'g1 g 1 ncomns 0 1 1 alitmheison o 12'6t-'TMP no 4 g1g11:11?se1fi1ngswn11 231 Luchsinger of 'clinching at with 6 3 ggggigml o 31 ,Mais EQEJ Tonk EET of the County 0 iggfegizg Lax-H1xYmgEF 5-37, last night Q rt. 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E3 .Io E QQ: Z: E223 au V 13.53 oe 2222-22 N " 70 ca-I C vs vo was Q CT : wgbot-. as 'Jw von-non-Ho 5 U E, uoouwN.Acoo'! 3 gb gf :- gs ff-' uowasaw-enafffi "'u 0 0 TRACK l954 First: Gels, Keehfus, Palmer, Spath, Fisl1,C., Jackson, Houser, Bertrand, Davey, Drappo Second: Spear, Madison, Menkins, Parton, R., Hall, Finlay, Powell, Luchsinger, Parton,.l., Young, Abbey, McCarthy, Browne, Mr. Salisbury BASEBALL 1954 First: Smith, Russell, Schwanke, Finlay, Dalpan, Linsky, Oster Second: Mr. Mclntyre, Wilber, Schadler, Keehfus, Nash, Sherman, Dickinson,R., Abbey, Palmer, Browne, Rowland, 0'Haro VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 9 'Q' ADFWEK , P. Linsky, A. Bronner, M. Young, M. Roberts, A. Wheeler, A. Bronner J. V. CHEERLEADERS nvif- . .... , - M. Schoff, R. Reed, P. Tanner, L. Schoff, P. Wilber, S. McKeen MAJORETTES Mr. and Mrs. William F. Davis Mrs. Ruth Vinal Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kelly Miss Barbara Eveland Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Walter Wheeler Joseph Fanella Robert Moore M. L. Babeau Warren E. Moore Francis Linsky Melvin Abbott Moses Mathews George Davis Perry Carter Veeder Betsinger Miss A. Rae Courchaine Miss Elizabeth Ready Mrs. G. J. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Smith Herbert A. Roberts Franklin Lakins Kenneth Combs James W. Reals George E. Jones Donald Fish Arlo Case Mr. and Mrs. George Griffin Mr. Harold Norris Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Thomas Knox Carl Gray Horace Bean V. J. Quinn J ohnny Zukows ki A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr.-and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr.-and Mrs M. A. Clark Roy Ryan Harold Annable Jordan Evans Nicolas Kazacos M. A. Millspaugh John Waluszczak COMPLIMENTS OF GRADE 7B COMPLIMENTS OF 7A AND 7C COMPLIMENTS OF sooo LUCK T0 THE sENioRs FROM The Senior Class oF19s5 The Junior Class Most bashful - Janice Smith Best athletes - Marcella Young and Bernie Finlay Best dancers - Kay Evans and Dick Ramsden Most likely to succeed -- Kay Evans and Howard Hauser BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF l955 FROM The First National Bank of Marcellus A Member of the Federal Deposit lnsurance Corp. Marcellus, New York COMPLIMENTS OF CROWN Woolen Mill Corporation Compliments of J. M. Murphy - Blue Coal - . Leheigh Valley Coal - Gulf - Fuel Oil - Kerosene Automatic Delivery Phone 68-3021 Marcellus, N.Y. Class grumbler - Steve Ross Cutest couple - Anne Wheeler and Paul Luchsinger Most talkative girl - Mary Roberts Most talkative boy -- Steve Ross COMPLIMENTS TO THE SENIORS FROM Grade Nine COMPLIMENTS OF Allen V. Smith, Inc. MARCELLUS FALLS, N. Y. BROWNSTONE ANTIQUES Sybil S. Browne - L. M. Browne R.D. 2, Syracuse, N.Y. Young Road, Onondaga Hill Phone 9-3747 WILLOW BROOK FARM Registered Jerseys H. Luchsinger and Sons R. D. 2 Syracuse, N.Y. PFEIFFERS amp 'me"'s" c 1' f RED AND wHlTE GROCERY FOR FINE Foao I7 South Street Marcellus, N Class vamp - Donna Curtis Class heartbreaker - Bill Adsitt Class Angel - Anne Boice Class Devil - Dave Fish MARCELLUS DRY CLEANERS Pick-Up and Delivery Corner of East Main and Orange Marcellus 68-3622 TURKEY HILLS FARMS Turkeys Year-round West Seneca Tnpk. Phone 9-2594 MC CARTHY'S MOBILOIL SERVICE Complete Lubrication Cards Corners Phone - 92-0894 EDWARD J. BARON Drywall Application and Painting Onondaga Hill 9-3607 ELMWOOD ESSO SERVICE Road Service Phil Martin, Prop. l00 Valley Drive Phone 4-97I9 Compliments of ASH'S RED AND WHITE FOOD MARKET Fine Foods Self Service Choice Meats and Groceries Fresh and Frozen Vegetables 6800 South Salina Street Nedrow, New York Compliments of SMITH 81 CYGAL SERVICE STATION A-Z Lubrication - Accessories EDINGER'S COUNTRY STORE Mobilgas Towing - Brake Service Nuvurlno' N' Y' Phone I9-Y2 6905 S. Salina St. Nedrow Phone 92-08'l6 Best dressed girl - Anna Bronner Best dressed boy -- Russell Smith Miss Personality - Anna Bronner Mr. Personality - Julian Hall Compliments of For the best ice cream ever try- MULROY DAIRY Pasteurized HELEN'S CONFECTIONARY Milk - Cream I8 Main St. Phone 68-I00'l Marcellus, N.Y. Marcellus, N- Y- TAYLORS - Farm Fresh Foods Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Frozen Foods - Dairy Foods One mile west of Onondaga Hill West Seneca Tnpk. R. D. 2 LESLIE A. MAKYES Richfield Service Station Onondaga Hill Phone 92-0814 COMPLIMENTS OF Grade 8B Distributor of Valley Dairy Products H. G. BYREM Milk - Cream Buttermilk - Chocolate Milk I62 Oakley Drive Phone 9-2997 Compliments of ONONDAGA PAPER CO. Marcellus Falls, N. Y. NEDROW NURSERY FLORIST We grow our own flowers Wedding and Funeral Arrangements Garden Supplies and Landscaping Perenials - Rock Garden Plants - Annuals We Deliver South Salina Phone at Cedric Ave. 92-0936 Most Studious Girl - Anne Wheeler Most Studious Boy - Howard Houser God's gift to man - Anna Bronner Answer to a maiden's prayer - Julian Hall Compliments of SHEARER'S DRY CLEANERS 66I2 South Salina St. We Pick Up and Deliver 24-Hour Self-Service at BAILEY'S MILK HOUSE 7000 South Salina Street Nedrow, N. Y. 20 cents per quart Compliments of GREEN HILLS FARM STAND VILLAGE BROOK FARM Registered Ayshires Clarence Nicholls and Son South Onondaga, N. Y. Nightingale Mills FEED - GRAIN SEEDS - FERTILIZER FUEL - GAS FARM MACHINERY Phone 68-0041 Marcellus, N. Y. Compliments Of Ba rtlett's Florist 2502 South Ave. Syracuse, N. Y. Phone 4-1428 Sleepiest Senior - David Fish Class Giggler - Edith Loader Class Dreamer - Linda Hay Class Worrier - Howard Hauser Compliments of ELMWOOD CLEANERS 1921 South Avenue ot Valley Drive "There is a Difference' Compliments of MUNCY'S FOOD MARKET 1919 South Avenue Compliments of LUlGl'S PIZZA SHOP Compliments of MELODY MUSIC COMPANY 1909 South Avenue 1918 South Avenue Elmwood Elmwood 4-7193 Class musicians - Anne Wheeler and Dave Fenner Class cut-ups - Marcella Young and Dove Fish Most courteous - Mary Roberts and Paul Luchsinger Silent ones - Beverly Youlcer and Bruce Saunders Best all-around seniors - Bernie Finlay and Anna Bronner Serious siders - Joann Hull and John Madison Lots of pep - Marcella Young and Dick Ramsden Peter Luchsinger Repairs - Remodeling - Contracting - Building Abbey Road Syracuse R. D.2 Phone 9-1670 MADONNA KENNELS A.K.C. Registered Beagles Manley Millspaugh l42 Elton Avenue Nedrow, N.Y. Phone 9- l 838 Compliments of Powell's Grocery - Groceries - Meats - Fruits Phone 9-4661 South Onondaga, New York HARRY OSBORNE Building Supplies We carry large stocks and give prompt service 'll5 Valley Drive Syracuse, N. Y. Motel Esso HAY-DEN Intersection Rts. 80 and 20 Lafayette, N.Y. Syracuse 9-H88 Navarino 9Y4


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