Tully Central High School - Oracle Yearbook (Tully, NY)

 - Class of 1943

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The annual Senior Ball, which was held January 22, headed the list of outstand- ing events sponsored by the class. A On February 24, a spaghetti supper was held in the school cafeteria and 'was well attended. Two round and square dances were also very profitable. The class is proud of the exceptional averages of our Valedictorian, Mildred Myers, and our Salutatorian, Arvilla McCallum, since these are the highest to be achieved by any students- since the school was centralized. We are Well aware of the fact that this year, we, as seniors, are facing a world in which our responsibilities are even greater than those of past graduating classes. Reluc- tantly we bid farewell to our friends and teachers who will remain here at T. C. S. No doubt, before long the members of this class will be widely separated. Some of our boys, and perhaps girls, 'will have joined the armed forces, and others will have taken on essen- tial war jobs which will take them far away from the halls of T. C. S. and friendships made here. We sincerely hope, that in years to come, we, as individuals, will do our utmost to abide by the standards of living which have been taught us here at T. C. S., and always keep in mind, our class motto, "Not for ourselves, but for others." 73r0pl1ecy As l add the last precious ingredients to the magic caldron, slowly the vapors rise, and form scenes of the mysterious future. l see our Senior Class as it will be in I953. Calista Tobin has taken all the jitterbug championships by storm, and at present is per- forming before the crowned heads of Europe. Come on alligators--how about Kpoolin' some foolin'? Stanley Sherman is now playing the leading role in "Charlie's Cousin's Wife's Seventh Husband," sponsored by ltchie Flea Powder. Since Stanley's voice came on the air three million more women have switched to "ltchie Flea Powder." l see that May Brown has become a famous woman Fisher, and is living in a little bun- galow in Tully Valley. She keeps Carl amused with her bountieous supply of jokes. We see that l-lobart's Garage in Scranton, Pennsylvania, is doing a thriving business these days. The Scranton girls find l..yle's shy, quiet manner quite novel. Several have been heard to remark, "That guy just ain't human!" Ruth Butler, former editor of "Butler's Special Dictionary," designed to fit her own spelling, has become a Power's model. When she swings gracefully across the floor, every Real man in the place just swoons. ' Arvilla McCallum has finally settled down as a piano teacher in Otisco after touring the country with Benny Goodman. People come from far and wide to hear her hot rendition of "Old Dog Tray." Well, what have we here on the horizon? Here's Shirley, a little Hill near johnny Bald- win's new chicken farm. Guess who Johnny's prize chicken is? Page Thirteen

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ROLAND VINNEDGE 1"Shorty"3 Transfer from Virgil, N. Y., 1912 Destination: Undecided. Honors: Physical Fitness Award. Activities: Photography Club. 'fEllen says he's wonderfully COOLIDGE WAKAI 1Wa,cky3 Transfer from Berkeley Height, California, 1942. Destination: Hawaii. Honors: French Club Presidentg Junior Class Vice-President. Activities: Soccer, Basketball, Boy's Intramurals, Photography Club. ARTHUR WALBURGER 1Art3 Destination: Farmer. licnors: President of F.F.A., 1335 Reporter of F.F.A., 1235 Pen and Ink, 12, 335 Vice-President, 1135 Secretary of Junior Class, Leader's Club, 143. Activltiesz.. F.F.A., 11, 2, 3, 435 Intramurals: Soccer, 1435 Mar- shall, 143. "Future Manager of Tully- Vesper Team." PRISCILLA WILSON 1Pat3 Dtstinaticn: University of South- ern California. Honors: Pen and Ink 1435 Stu- dent Congress. Activities: Debate Club, 1135 Sophomore Speaking Contest, 1235 Gir1's Intramurals, 143. "Some blondes are dangerous? "Hawaiian Hula Boy." Senior Class 'Yli tory On one bright and sunny September morning in the year of l93l, the present Senior Class began its journey. Eight members of the class, Ralph Cornue, Eugene Estey, Janice Estey, Louise Estey, Betty Green, Alice Krewson, Mae Marks, and Joyce Tuffley started their education here at Tully. They were guided up through the grades by Mrs. Casey, Miss Baldwin, Miss Sloan, Miss Dwyer, Mrs. Duvall, and Miss Bibbens. As we entered the seventh grade, students from Apulia Station, Vesper, Tully Farms and Tully Valley joined the class. Miss Barber was the class adviser during our junior high school years. Upon reaching our Freshman year, pupils from Cardiff and Otisco became members of the class. Mr. Pearse, now serving in the U. S. Army, advised the class with the help of Joyce Tuffley, the class President. Mr. Owens guided us through our Sophomore year, as- sisted by Betty Green as president. During the Junior Year, the class really became active. Miss Giebelhaus and Mr. Millis supervised the class of which Pearl Fisher was president. The highlights of the year were, the magazine contest and a very successful Oracle, With May Brown as Editor-in-Chief. Our Junior Prom was a gala occasion and enjoyed by all 'who attended. At the first Senior meeting of the year, class officers were elected, as follows: Alan Craw .....,.,.. ..,,..........,...................t,................,..,,,,,,,........,t,. President May Brown ,,.. ..... V ice President Helen Zufelt ...,..,.. ,,,,.,,,,. S ecretary Kenneth Covey. ,,,,,,,.,.,,,..,,,,..,......,S,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,....,,,-,.,..,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,--,-,, T reasurer Mrs. Austin and Miss Button guided the class through an eventful senior year. Page Twelve

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Sweet tempered, as ever, we find Margaret Kelly running an orphan asylum. ln her spare time Margaret makes use of that cheery smile by posing for "Vimms" advertise- ments. Lquise Estey is busy putting Tully on the map with her famous all-girl orchestra. Yes- sir-re, Louise says, "Swing is the only thing." l-lere's a snappy little nurse running up and down the corridors of St. joseph's. Why it's Lucy Cain! Lucy never actually learned much about nursing, but the men patients think l..ucy's "alright," "Fluff" Bloodgood has taken over his father's farm and is busily raising pink elephants. Of course, our vivacious Dorothy Neuman is his blushing bride. Well, here's Mary Towne, happy as a housewife in a little Green cottage just outside of Tully. Len finally bought Mary that car she's always wanted, and so far Mary has only taken off one garage door. The scene now changes and we see Pearl Fisher cooking dinner in a little kitchenette. l-low Happy she looks! Happy thinks her calm, quiet ways make her an ideal wife. The HK" Grill has been taken over by Doris Brenchley. l-ler pleasant disposition and agreeableness refreshes tired soldiers and sailors who stop in at "K" Grill for a soda or milk shake. The scene now shifts to the beautiful Hawaiian Islands. Who's slender form is this dancing to the soft music of Hawaiian guitars? Whyit's Mae Marks! Mae finally achieved her lifelong ambition to be a hula dancer and is now known as the Markiola, the Queen of Swing and Sway. Remember Betty l-lansel's pretty blond hair? Out in Hollywood Betty is rivaling Ve- ronica Lake 'with a peek-a-boo bob, covering both eyes. Betty was black and blue from bumping into things until the studio bought her a seeing eye dog. We see Forrest and Dick Brown have gone into partnership on a little farm in Otisco and are making hay while the sun shines. Forrest says it gets pretty "Coe" there sometimes. Lewis Banner is famous for his huge pdtatoes. Are you worrying about building a home? just scoop out the inside of one of Banner's 'potatoes and move in. We see that Ex-Senator Mildred Myers has just been elected a candidate for President of the United States on the Republican ticket. With her charm and brilliance, Mildred has a good chance of defeating F. D. R. Leslie Morse, Gordon Shetler, and Eugene Estey were seen somewhere between the Otisco hills and Tully Valley. "The Three Musketeers" are trying to combine the two places into a plateau without working too hard. Why there is Priscilla Wilson strolling down Fifth Avenue with another man! Rumor tells us she has just got her fifth divorce on the grounds of "lt never really was love, but he was so cute." Priscy just can't make up her mindf Coolidge Wakai is en route from Tully to l-lawaii to start his scientific lecture tour. Coolidge is lecturing on "The Science of lfleteropteriologyn or "The Love Bug Will Bite You If You Don't..Watch Out." The brilliant Calvin Cox is now a missionary in Africa and is known as "The Great White Father" to the natives. Calvin has always remained a bachelor because he simply could not make up his mind between the Myers Girls. Page Fourteen

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