Tully Central High School - Oracle Yearbook (Tully, NY)
- Class of 1955
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Many thoughts have occurred in our minds during these recent days, some of
which we would like to point out to you.
We do not have to dig deep into the bag of human characteristics to find those
qualities which endeared Bob to us all
Dependability was one of his great assets. If you needed Bob, he was there to
do his part. He was conscientious in all he did-his assignment for classes-his at-
tendance at church and school--his work for his employer-all bore evidence of his
basic integrity. This did not seem hard for Bob because it was a part of his splendid
Another reason our classmate was so well liked, was his never failing courtesy
and kindness. This was true, not only to his teachers, but to all with whom he had
contact. He had the unique ability to disagree with you without giving or taking
offense. He never had fun at someone else's expense but was always thoughtful of
He was quiet and unassuming with a modesty which bespoke his efficiency. He
was a stranger to boisterous talk and behavior and the "wise-crack"'had no place in
his pattern of life which is a minor miracle in these modern days
The qualities which make the man are measured to us, each in different
amounts. To find the prescription which would produce another Bob Barnes, would
amount to a secret formula, but some of the ingredients we know:
Take a large portion of dependability, a generous measure of ambition, honesty
and wholesome-ness throughout, mixed with courtesy, kindness, loyalty, seasoned
with spirituality and sprinkled with humor and the character that emerges is one
that endures through the years. This was the character of our friend and class-
mate, Bob Barnes, whose untimely passing we mourn and whose place can never be
filled in our hearts.
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DEDf Cf5i 7'f' OfY
The Class of 1956 proudly dedicates this edition of the ORACLE to the
construction of the new campus of Tully Central School, to the countless hours
of work and planning by the Board of Education, Administration, and Faculty
that have been required to launch the tremendous task, and above all to the
loyal citizens of our community who have the confidence in the future and
courage of conviction to carry this plan to conclusion.
The students of Tully will be forever grateful for your sacrifice and the new
campus will serve as a monument to your efforts.
1955 ORACLE STAFF
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through, a bit of our basic philosophy has filtered through to you.
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help each day, take time to relax, and you will be a credit to your alma mater.
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PHYSICAL EDlTCATIONfMr. Clements, Mrs. Wil- HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS-
liams, Mr. Gardner, Mr. Ransom.
HEALTH-Mrs. Clark, Mrs.
PRIMARY TEACHERS f Sitting: Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. ELEMENTARY TEACHERS4Sitting: Mrs, Nolan, Mrs
Moore, Mrs. Gamlwcll, Mrs, Gleason, Mrs. Krewson. Boicc, Miss Dwyer, Mrs. Dunn. Standing: Miss Long
Stantlingi Miss Murphy, Mrs. Ncttleton. Miss Palmer.
HISTORY and LANGUAGES-Mr. Pearse, Mr. Moore, JUNIOR HIGH ENGLISH, MATHEMATICS and HIS
Mr. Wing, Mr. Kirkpatrick, Mr. Ferguson. TORY-Miss Clay, Mr. Nertleron, Mr, Lawless.
MUSIC and ARTLMB. Balzano, Mr. Struglia, Mr. VOCATIONAL ARTS-ML Pepper, Mrs. de Jung-
Mdqeon. Mrs. Locke.
CAFETERIA-Foreground: Dolores Tracy,
Dorothy Hobart, Sylvia Aldrich, Virginia
Hence, Judy Acklcs, Beverly Stupke,
Daryll Stewart. Background: Mrs. Sick-
mon, Sally Gambell, Mrs. Davis, janet
Holbrook, Mrs. Cummings, Mrs. Munson,
Mrs. Ransom, Miss Phelps.
CUSTODIANSAFrom left to right:
Watt Krewson, Frank Roundy.
BUS DRIVERS-Mr. Hence, Mr. Bald
win, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Northrup, Mr. Roth
ery, Mr. Reitano, Mr. Riehlman, Mr. Hart
well, Mr. Brown, Mr. Roundy, Mr. Ald
SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We the Senior Class of Tully Central School, County of Onondaga, State of New York, being of
sound mind and body, hereby publish our last will and testament. First, without hesitation, to Tully
Central, we leave our utmost appreciation and admiration. To Mr. Crosley and the faculty, we leave
the sky as the limit to progress they might achieve in coming years. To Mrs. Locke, Mr. Moore, and
Mr. Struglia we have the gratitude to which they are most worthy of in guiding and assuring us as
we grew to adulthood.
To the Freshman Class we leave our ability to have a good time at the right time.
To the Sophomores we leave our pleasing personalities and all the left overs from our Senior
We leave as a token of appreciation to the junior Class, the following items:
To Robert "Rock" Abbott, Peggy Rogers leaves her cute little figure.
Leona Clark leaves her spurs to Linda White. You'll have to get your own elephant, Linda.
jack Weisbrodt is bequeathed with Richard Garrett's "Apulia Complex." This will help you in
Richard Mickelson leaves his ability to write Senior Buzz articles to Robert Aldrich. To Trilby
Aldrich, Art Dunn leaves all his toy guns and munitions. Elsie Chawgo leaves her position on the
wrestling team to Bev Kehrer. Hattie Cook leaves her big 52-ounce jar of "Man-Killer Cream" to
Elinor Piper. Dot Herold leaves her ability to talk like a trooper and her empty packages of Pall
Malls to Shirley Brown. Bob Barnes leaves his ability to think and use logical reasonings to Richard
Briggs. Dave Fox leaves to Phil Reitano all his rights to the property known as Skunk Hollow. Bill
Collins leaves one muscle apiece to Lynn Usher and Bob Steger. Sharon Rice leaves her violent temper
to Mary Ryan. Clara Downing leaves her calorie charts and diet books to Marilyn Brown. Paula Mun-
son leaves her figure to Mary Louise Drumm. "You can't hardly get them no more!" Shirley Kinney
leaves her vocal cords to Susan Trach. Harry june leaves his residence on North Street to Dave
Hoefer. Phil Bolt and Leora Kinney leave their ability to be Bosom buddies to Dale Mortis and
Mary Ann Baker. Robert Carlton and john Springston leave their string of heart-broken dames to
Clair Fuller and Richard Gardner. "Be careful boys-they're costly!" Stan Krom leaves all his Apulia
acquired bottle caps to Dick Dockstater. To Bev Granger, Nancy Patterson leaves her artistic touch.
Now you can have a blue convertible. Bev! Barb Trach leaves her hollow leg for more food con-
sumption to Barbara Maahs. Anne Finkler and Anne FitzPratrick leave their understanding ways to-
wards the opposite sex to Caroline Fellows and Carol Krause. jim Gambell and Garrett Hiller leave
their seat in the office to Peggy Murphy. It should still be warm, Peg. Conrad Drake and Margaret
Kinney leave their combined strength to Louise Comstock. Now you can climb Skaddan Terrace with
out shifting into low! Bev Stewart leaves her lips of fire to Marlene Kinney. Joyce Cook leaves her
ability to nail them for keeps to janet Glasgow. "Don't fight it janet, it's bigger than both of us!"
MaryLou Murphy leaves her ability to charm boys out of their senses with her flute to Margaret
SENIOR CLASS OF 1955
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JAMES GAMBELL , . . "jim"
. , . Deftinazion - Morrisville,
Honorr-Student Council 1, Vice
President 45 Sophomore Class Play
25 Senior Class Play 4, "Itchin' to
Get Hitched"5 President of Fresh-
man Class. Actiz-'flier-Dramatics
Club 45 Marshal 2, 35 Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 45 Proiectionist 3, 45 FFA
Sentinel 3, President 4, County
Sentinel 45 School Newspaper 4,
Humor Editor5 Hunting and Fish-
ing, Vice President 3.
ANNE R. FINKLER . . . "Fink"
. . . Derlinalion-St. Lawrence
University. Honorr: Tulcendra 2,
3, 45 Pen 8: Ink 2, Assistant Edi-
tor 3, Editor-in-Chief 45 Oracle
Staff 2, 35 Sophomore Speaking
Contest, First Place5 Varsity Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 45 All-County Chorus
15 Junior-Senior Speaking Contest
3, First Place5 Senior Class Play,
"Itchin' to Get Hitched"5 Dra-
matic Club play "The Little Dog
Laughed" 2, "Love Is In the Air' 3,
Vice President 1, 3, Representative
45 Student Council Secretary 3,
Student Council President 4. Ac-
tiviliar-Latin Club 3, 45 French
Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus
1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3,
Secretary 45 Marshal 2, 3, 45 De-
bate Club 35 Stokettes5 American
Legion Speech Contest 45 Citizen-
PAULA A. MUNSON . . . "Pam" . . .
Dertinalion-CCBI. Horzorr--Tulcendra 3,
45 Student Council 2, 45 JV Cheerleader
2, 3, 45 Senior Class Play "Coming 'Round
the Mountain"5 Vice President Sophomore
Class5 Vice President of Senior Class. Ar-
livizier-Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics
Club 3, 45 Marshal 2, 39 Iflf1'3mUf3l5 1,
2, 3, 45 School Newspaper 3.
ship Conference 3, 4.
GARRETT HILLER . . . "Hitler" . . .
Deriimzzion - College. Hanan-Tulcendra
3, 45 Pen 84 Ink 2, 3, 4, Editor 45 Stu-
dent Council 2, 3, 45 Oracle Staff 3, Busi-
ness Manager5 Sophomore Speaking Contest
25 Junior-Senior Speaking Contest 45 Sen-
ior Class Play "Coming 'Round the Moun-
tain"5 Class President 2, 3, 45 E. Bernice
Hiller Math Award 35 Syracuse University
Citizenship Education Conference 3, 45
Arlizfizier-Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 Marshal
2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 45 Projectionist 2,
3, 45 Debate Club 35 Science Club 3, 45
Basketball 25 Football 2.
MARY LOU MURPHY . . . "Murph"
. . . Derlirmiion-College. HonorJ-Tul-
cendra 3, Treasurer 45 Pen 8: Ink 1, 2, 3,
Assistant Editor 45 Oracle Staff 2, 35 All-
County Band 1, 3, 45 All-State Band 1, 2,
35 junior-Senior Speaking Contest 35 Sopho-
more Class Play 25 Senior Class Play 4,
"Coming 'Round the Mountain"5 Dramatic
Club Play "Love Is In the Air" 35 Class
Secretary 1, 3, 45 Stolcettes 1, 2, 3, 45 Total
5. Activilier-Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Total 55
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45
Marshal 3, 45 School Newspaper 3, 45 Latin
ANNE M. FITZPATRICK . . .
Fitz' . . . Derlimztion-Secretary.
Honorr--Tulcendra 4, Treasurer 45
Anizfilier-Chorus 35 Dramatics
Club 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
45 FHA 1, 2.
RICHARD E. GARRETT . . .
"Stretch" Derlinalion - College.
Hanan-Tulcendra 2, 3, 45 Pen
84 Ink 1, 2, 3, Managing Editor
4, Honorary Editor-in-Chief5 Sen-
ior Class Play "Coming 'Round the
Mountain"5 Annual Dramatics
Club .Play 25 Class Treasurer 35
Assistant Class Treasurer 45 Em-
pire Boys' State Delegate- 3. Ac-
tivilier-Chorus 3, 45 Dramatics
Club 2, 3, 45 Marshal 1, 2, 3, 45
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club
4, President5 Hunting and Fishing
Club 25 Basketball 3, 4.
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,lunioi-Senior Speaking Contest
43 Senior Class Play 4. "C0miUIL
'Rouncl the lvIountain." ALIfil'i-
lim--Narslial 41 Intramurals I.
2, 3, -I3 Proiectionist 13 FFA l.
23 Debate Club 33 Scienie Club 1,
3, 43 Stliool Newspaper 43 Hunt-
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LFONIA CLARK . . . "Lee" . . . Derlinii-
Iiurlfx-Ray Technitian. Ariiiilier--liancl 41
Chorus l, 2. 3, 43 Dramatics Club 43 Intra-
murals I, 2. 3. 43 FHA l, 2. 33 Latin Club
3, 43 Roman Banquet Hostess.
PHIL BOLT. . . "PB" , . .Dw-
lirmtirni-Arinecl Forces. Arliri-
ties- -Intraimirals 1, 2, 3, 43 Pro-
jectionist 2, .53 FFA I, 33 Science
Club I3 Hunting and Fishing
Clubs 2, 3, 43 Sports, Baseball 4,
ROBERT L. CARLTON . , .
"Mert" . . . D6IliIIdfilJIl-'UHdC-
cicleel. 1'1r111ar.r-Tulcentlra 2, 3,
43 Harmaniacs 3, 43 Sophomore
Speaking Contest 23 All-County
Chorus 2, 3. 43 All-State Chorus
3, 43 junior-Senior Speaking Con-
test 3. First Place3 Senior Class
Play, "Itchin' to Get Hitched"3
Annual Dramatic Club, "The
Little Dog Laughed" 2, "Love Is
In the Air"3 AfliI'iffE.I-Ch0IUS 1,
2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 43
Projectionist 13 Debate Club 33
Science Club 13 Hunting and
Fishing Club 33 Baseball 2, 43
Basketball 2, 33 43 Football 2, 3,
43 Track 3, 4,
FLSIF CHAWGO . . . "Babe"
. , . Derlirltitizzrz - Untleciclecl.
Hfnmri'-Senior Class Play "Itch-
in' to Get Hitchedn 43 Af.'ii'ifie.r
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42 M2lf5h1ll 1. 2. 3. 43 Intramur-
1llS 1. 4: FHA 1. Z. Secretary 33
School Newspaper, Feature Ecli.
wr 3: Pep Club 43 Library Assis-
Wll.I,lAM P. COLLINS . . . "Bill" . . . D4,.flflIilljllII-+UD-
elecitletl. Hmmrr-Junior-Senior Speaking Contest 43 Senior
Class Play "Itchin' to Get Hitched"3 American Legion
Oratorical Contest, Second Place 3. Arliifilier-Dramatics
Club 43 Intramurals 43 FFA 43 Baseball 43 Basketball 3, 43
Football 3, 43 Track 3. 4.
HATTIE COOK . . . "Hat" . . . Darlillfzliwl
Hairdresser. Ilfn1fn1r+Senior Class Play.
Itching to Get Hitchedn 43 Ai'tii'iric.r-Dra-
matics Club 4QMHfSIIHI 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
43 FHA 13 23 4.
JOYCE I. COOK . . . "Cookie"
. . . De,fti11ati0n-Work and
Marriage. Ilwwrf-Tulcendra 4,
Sophomore Speaking Contest,
Senior Class Play, "Coming
'Round the Mountain", Activi-
liar-Dramatic Club 3, 4, Mar-
shal 2, Intramurals 1, 2, FHA
1, 2, 3, School Newspaper 3,
Pep Club 4.
DAVID L. FOX . . . "Thorpe" . . . Deiti-
mztion--College of Air Force. Honorr-King
of the Mardi Gras. Artivilier-Marshal 1, 2.
3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Projectionist 1, 35
Science Club 4, School Newspaper 3, Hunting
and Fishing Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4.
CLARA DOWNING . . .
"Clinky" . . . Dertimzti0n-Un-
decided. Arlivilier-Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Marshal
3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 33
Science Club 4, Language Club 3,
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CONRAD DRAKE . . . "Con-
nie" . . . De.fti1za!io11-Work.
Artizfilierflntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4
Projectionist 1, 2, 3. 43 Hum
ing and Fishing 2, 3, 4.
DOROTHEA J. HEROLD . . . "Dot" . . . Dertinalion-
New York Telephone Company. Homzrr-Tulcendra 2, 3,
4, 5, Sophomore Speaking Contest 2, Varsity Cheerleader
2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play, "Itchin' to Get Hitched", An-
nual Dramatic Club Play ,"The Little Dog Laughed" 3,
"Love Is In the Air" 4. Acliwilier-Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Marshal 2, Intramurals 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Girls' Basketball Team
2, 3, 4, 5, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Cafeteria 1, 2.
ARTHUR DUNN , . . "Art"
. . . Derlinatirm-Radio Techni-
cian. Honw'-All-State Chorus 4.
Arli1'iIieJ7Band 1, 3, 4, Chorus
3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Intra-
murals 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4,
Hunting and Fishing Club 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3,
Roman Banquet Host.
HARRY C. JUNE . . . Derlirmtion-Service
and College. Hanan-Student Council 4,
Acti1filie,r-Chorus 4, Dramatics Club 4, In-
tramurals 3, 4, Hunting and Fishing Club 35
Baseball 3. 43 F00flJHll 3.
LEORA KINNEY . . . "Lee"
. . . 1De.r1iu.11mf1 - Marriage,
Hmmm All-County Chorus 43
All-State Chorus 4. Avlir'ilier--
Chorus l, 2. 3. 43 Dramatits
Club 43 Intramurals 1. 2. 3, FHA
1, 2, 3.
MARGARET A. KINNEY . . .
"Maggy" . . . De.rlirmrifn1-Un-
decided. Hozzam'-Senior Class
Play. "Coming 'Round the
Mountain"3 Arliziiliex--Chorus 4g
Marshal 3. 43 Dramatics Club
43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep
SHIRLEY A. KINNEY . . .
"Squirley" . . . D6.fli!IzIlillI11SCC-
retarial Work. Hanan Tulcendra
43 Student Council 23 Sopho-
more Speaking Contestg JV Cheer-
leader 43 Senior Class Play,
"Coming 'Round the Mountain"3
Ar.'i1'itie1iCh0rus 1, 2. 3, 43
Dramatics Club 3. 4g Marshal 3,
43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 FHA
STANLEY KROM . . . "Stan"
. . . Dliflfllilljllll-SUYVICC. I1Il?I-
orr-'I'ulcenc.lra 2, 3, 43 All-
County Chorus 3. 4. Arliriliw-
Ch0f'-15 1. 3. 3. 43 Dramatics
Club 2. 3, 43 Marshal 43 Intra-
YUUHIIS 1. 3. 3. 43 Projectionist
3. 4: School Newspaper 33 Base-
ball 1, 2. 3. 43 Basketball 1, 2,
3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track
NANCY PATTERSON . . . Derllzmllon-Undecided.
Hmmm-Tulcendra 3, 43 Pen 8: Ink 2. 3, Assistant Editor
43 Secretary of Class 2. Ar1i1'ilie.s'fCh0rus 1, 2, 3, 43 Dra-
matics Club 2, 3, 43 FHA 13 School Newspaper 33 French
Club Secretary 3. 43 Senior Buzz, Editor-in-Chief.
RICHARD MICKELSON . . . "Mike" . . .
Derfimzfimz- -Unknown. llunmxr-'1'ulcendra 2.
3, 43 Harmaniacs 43 All-County Chorus 1. 3.
43 All-State Chorus 43 Senior Class Play. "Itch-
in' to Get Hitthetl"3 Annual Dramatic Club
Play "Love Is In the Alfl'Q Arli1'itie.r-Chorus
3, 43 Dramatics Club 2. 3. 41 Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 43 Proiectionist 2, 3. 43 FFA 1, 2.
3, 43 Hunting and Fishing Club 23 Baseball
3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 43 Football 1, 2,
3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3. 4g Kansas City Trip 43
State FFA3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 State FFA Con-
vention l, 2, 3, 4.
SHARON A. RICE . . . D6,fliI1dli0lI-UDLlC-
citled. Adirilier-Chorus 3, 43 Dramatics Club
43 Marshal 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 23 FHA 2, Fig
Library Assistant 1, 2. 3, 4.
INIARGARFT LOU ROGERS
. . . "Peggy" . . . Df'rIiz1.1tfuz1--
Wfelfare Wrirk. AFfil'iliE,1'fM1lf-
shal 1, 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 2,
3, 43 FHA 1. 2, 3. 43 Library As-
sistant 1, 2, 3, 4.
DONNA RYCRAFT . . . Darn-
cendra 3. President 43 Pen 8: Ink
43 Student Council 1. 31 Librari-
an 33 Sophomore Speaking Con-
testg JV Cheerleader 3, 43 All-
County Chorus 43 junior-Senior
Speaking Contest 3. 43 Dramatic
Club Play, "Love Is In the Air"
33 Mardi Gras Queen 4. Arliri-
tier-Band 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2. 3,
43 Dramatics Club 2. 3, 43 Mar-
shal 2, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, gl
Basketball 23 French Club, Vice
President 3, President 4.
JOHN SPRINGSTON . . . "Per-
ry" . . . DL'.fIj?IJffllIIfliI'lLICL'ILICLl.
Hmmrr-Student Council 13 -Iun
ior Class Play. AffiI'flfL'fi-Cl1l3l'-
us 1, 2. 33 Dramatics Club 3, 4
Marshal l, 23 Intramurals I. 2. 3
43 Science Club 1. 2,
BARBARA TRACH . . . "Barb" . . . Ikwlimztifnz- Secre-
tarial Work. Aciirilier-Chorus 3. 43 Dffimilfifs Club '13
Marshal 33 Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 43 FHA 1. 3G Psp Club fl'
BEVFRLY INI. STEVUART . .
"l3ev' '... Dr'i'1ir1.1fim1'--Mar
riage. FIUIIIJVA-,ISLIICLTMIFLI 3, 4
Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4. Arfizi
fjLtfCl1U!'L15 l, 2, 3, 4, lntra
murals 1. 2. 3, 43 FHA 23 Dr.:
matics Club 3. 43 Stlnml Nc-us
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On the way home from their Senior trip our three advisors dozed off into a miserable
nightmare. What were these three unfortunates dreaming about? None other than the
future, 10 years hence, of the Class of '55!
The "Daily Martian," newspaper of Mars, just reported that a strange space ship
landed on their planet. The shocked pilot of the Air Force's super 8-94 claims to be Bob
Barnes of Otisco.
Phil Bolt and Conrad Drake are departing in Phi1's "Green Streak" for Africa to get
rich quick mining diamonds. From their history books they have discovered, that Africa
has plenty of diamonds, and Ubangys are plentiful!
Anne Fitzpatrick finally decided to go to Alaska with Mert Carlton. They adopted a
tribe of Eskimos which they are now living with in the Yukon.
The county has just hired Elsie Chawgo to a year-round job driving the snowplow on
Truxton Hill. Why would Elsie want to keep the roads open on that desolate hill?
Leona Clark is now the owner of a big western riding stable and as her manager she
chose a very famous cowboy!
Headed for Ireland and their honeymoon, Bill Collins and a certain Irish colleen took
off in their bathtub, a shillalah as their paddle!
Peggy Rogers, Hattie Cook, and Sharon Rice are now running a lonely heart's club in
South America. From all we hear the savages are really going wild! Glad your business is
After a ticker-tape departure, Joyce Cook left for Florida and her Air Force husband.
She is now becoming a beachflower.
Clara Downing is now the famous voice of Francis, the talking mule in the movies.
They are making a bronze statue of Art Dunn, who won single handed the Battle of
Skunk Hollow. This cost the famous Marine Corps three heavy tanks but it was worth
it they claim. They got rid of Art in the battle!
Anne Finkler and john Springston have moved to the city and are manufacturing "Long
It has been reported that Dave Fox holds the world's speed record in cross-country
travel b.y car. Upon arrival in California there was a loud explosion. Dave is O.K. but you
should see the car!
Jim Gambell and Shirley Kinney have eloped to Australia. After 10 years of hinting,
shy jim finally popped the question. At least we think HE did.
Dot Herold has achieved her life-long ambition. She has moved to Salt Lake City and
has become a Mormon.
The Senior class can be proud of Garrett Hiller and Mary Lou Murphy who have taken
over Einstein's place as the great mathematicians of the world. Their latest theory is: All
falling matter, no matter from how high or far from earth, if it has been dropped, will
always reach the ground.
Harry june has followed his secret love, which is no great secret any more because
we're telling you right now, to the ends of the earth. Who is his secret love? Donna
Leora Kinney, whose voice has changed, is singing contralto in the Metropolitan Opera.
She is trying to beat Caruso's record for breaking glass. Her income for shattering glass is
Mr. Ferguson's star pupil has become the first lady President of the United States. She
has lowered the draft age to 16 and all women are eligible for it. All men have to report
to the White House for photographs. Margaret Kinnry is in her glory, never before hav-
ing so many boyfriends.
With the aid of stilts, Stan Kron has become a second George Mikan.
Dick Mickelson and Paula Munson just become the parents of quadruplets. They are
planning on a new addition to the school just for their own family.
Nancy Patterson is now a millionaire and she owes it all to her manufacturing of knee-
After many years of waiting, Richard Garrett jilted Carol at the altar and ran off with
former high school sweetheart, Kathleen Mitten!
Bev Stewart and Barbara Trach have organized a bachelor's club. Only women over 25
may become members. At last census of the club, there were no members because there
were no women over 25! '
JU IOR CLASS
Bottom row: C. Krause, M. Kinney. C. Fellows, M. Baker. M. Drumm, P. Murphy, B. Kehrer,
j. Glasgow, M. Brown, E. Piper, Second row: Mr. Pepper, Advisor, P. Reitano, J. Weisbrodt, R.
Gardner, R. Briggs, Mr. Kirkpatrick, Advisor, D. Mortis, L. Usher, R. Aldrich, R. Dockstater,
Mr. Allen, Advisor. Third row: M. Ryan, M. Chapman, S. Brown, B. Granger, L. Comstock, R.
Abbott, R. Steger, D. Hoefer, C. Fuller, S. Trach, I.. White, B. Maahs, T. Aldrich, M. Hoag.
We began our junior year by contending for top sales
honors with the sophomores in annual Sophomore-junior
Magazine Contest, The results proved victorious for us. We
launched our class activities of the fall semester with sev-
eral projects among which were our annual smorgasbord
supper, a square dance, and our first paper drive. During
the spring we held another dance and began a new project
. . . the selling of stationery. Our year ending with the
junior Prom, the theme being "Sea Gardens."
Seated: M. Hoag, R. Gardner, T. Aldrich
Standing: D. Mortis, j. Glasgow, R. Steger.
Bottom row: Kenyon. D. Hobart, D. Russell, D. Baldwin, S. Wfhite. M. Herold, V. Ilence. P
Granger. I.. Aungier, D. Granger. Second row: C. Sherman, Elmore, A. Keefe. I. Dunn, M. Rich-
ards. I.. Rice. C, Martin. li. XX'ood, P. Henderson, M. Miller, D. Maahs. Third row: Mrs, de ,lung
Advisor: S. Aldrich. S, Gambell, A. Sickmon, D. Randall. M. Neuman. B. Carlton. If. Corl, D
Darling, D. lilakc-slee, K. Stewart. tl. Long, E. XX'ortley. B. Krawczuk. Mr, Ferguson. Mr. XX'ing
Advisors. Fourth row: D. Piper. R. Spaulding. B. Weisbrodt, R. Hillenbrand, S. Seeley, R. Ransom
j. Bogart, R. Ramsey. XV. Padget, G. Eades. Hallenbeck, E. Nurenberg, Potter. Currie, I.
Currie. VU. Baker. I.. liardwell, P, Lathrop.
XVe began our money-making projects ol' the year with
the magazine contest, which we lost. A turkey supper was
held in the fall and was a big success. In November we
held a Sadie Hawkins dance and plan to have another in
6 Seated: S. Wliite, M. Richards. I.. Currie.
4-lf Standing: R. Ramsey, D. Baldwin, C. Martin.
Bottom row: S. Kirkpatrick,
Hnrty, li, Bolt. Second row:
Drake, S, Wl1itL', P. Currie,
Darling, l.. Henk, G. Ankles,
I.. Rothcry, M. Russell, Mr.
M. Hollenbeck, D. Darling, B. Kinney, ,I
Smith, S. Brown, C. Smith, P. Kinney, .I
Pearse, Advisor, P. james, B. Bathgntc, P
Downing. R. Van Denburg, D. Rutherfortl
row: B. Stupke, P. McDonough, B. Kings
Icy, B. Ellis. AI. Nichols, T. Brown, M. White, R. Griffith. R. Sickmon, -I. Kelley. H. Bughy. F
Roland. R. lfishcr. R. Shorcy,
The Freshman Class has held candy sales for the grade
children every week during the noon hour. We are phn
ning to have our first dance sometime in the future
mul li liirtligartc, F. Volles. j. Holhrook.
Stmtlmp., nl, Kelley. D. Rutherford.
Bottom row: N. Rice, J, A. Moyer, J. Baker, K. Phelps, J. Holhrook, M. Bailey, J. Fisher, S.
Crosley, P, Randall. Center row: Mr. Clements, Mrs. Balmno, Advisors, R. June, B. Stupke, K.
VzmDc-nburg. J. Conklin, Y. Elbert, M. Gardner, C. Whiting, N. Henderson, L. Leondnrd, D,
Tracy, I.. Raut, M. McCormick, S. Currie, Mr. Lawless, Advisor. Top row: R. Krewson, R. Griffith,
J. Ramsey, K. Lathrop, H. Spencer. R. Bush, J. Fitzpatrick, D. Rziison, P. Mickelson, D. Shaw, D.
Stewart, R. Munson.
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OFFICERS-Bottom row: Paul Mickelson,
Vice Presidentg Robert Griffith, Presidentg
dent Council Representative-3 Beverly Stupke,
Treasurerg Dolores Tracy, Student Council
Janet Holbrook, Secretaryg John Ramsey, Stu-
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Bottom row: C. Griffith, A. Graff, J. Millis, D. Piper, E. Henderson, J. Ackles, L. Pero, E. Elmore,
D. Herlihy, E. Kilts, C. Garrett. Second row: J. Lagstrom, P. Lord, P. Oliver. L. Gilcher, S. Fuller,
N. Reihlman, M. Ryan, J. Barnes, P. Oliver, B. Turo, S. Glasgow, C. Reed. Third row: Mr. Nettle-
ton, Advisor, D. Cardner, W. Murphy, R. Mitten, L. Ayers, J. McCormick, L. Stevens, L. Flaherty,
D. Snyder, R. Rule, F. Downing, R. Jenks, J. Keefe, E. Beardsley, R. Fitzpatrick, S. Gage, R.
Slingerlaind, Miss Clay, Mrs. Howard, Advisors. Fourth row: F. Hardy, M. Meylan, E. Bishop, W.
Neuman, S. Edinger, M. Collar, J. Kelley, H. Brown, R. Barnes, K. Kenyon, J. Setford. T. Hancock,
W. Stupke, E. Henry, D. Dowding.
Seated: M. Ryan, C. Garrett, W. Stupke
Standing: S. Fuller, E. Beardsley, S. Edinger.
Morning Kindergarten Mominfl Kindffgaften
MRS. ANDERSON MRS- HAYES
Afternoon Kindergarten Afternoon Kindergarten
MRS. ANDERSON MRS. HAYES
First Grade First Grade
MRS. NETTLETON MRS. KREWSON
First Grade Second Grade
MISS MURPHY MRS. GLEASON
Second Grade Second Grade
MRS. GAMBELL MRS. MOORE
Third Grade Third Grade
MISS SHAPLEY MRS. BISHOP
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Fourth Grade Fourth Grade
MISS PALMER MRS. BOICE
Fifth Grade Fifth Grade
MISS DWYER MRS, NOLAN
Sixth Grade Sixth Grade
MRS. DUNN MISS LONG
Finklcr, M. Murphy, P. Munson.
JUNIOR - SENIOR SPEAKING CONTEST
Left to right: D. Rycraft, R. Barnes, C. Fellows, W. Collins, B. Maahs, G. Hiller.
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The Pen and Ink Club is the honorary literary so-
ciety of Tully Central School. In order to be eligible
for selection, the candidateimust have an average of
85W in English. Our initiation supper was held in
the school cafeteria on October. The following peo-
ple were initiated: Dorleon Baldwin, Robert Ramsey,
Melissa Richards, Louis Currie, Louise Comstock,
Mary Ann Baker, Donna Rycraft.
The main function of the organization is to furnish
the local newspaper with the school news. The news
that goes under the "High Times" is entirely gathered
and written by the Pen and Ink members.
Left to right: G. Hiller, Editor, A. Finkler, Editor-in
Chief, N. Paterson, Assistant Editor-in-Chiefg M. Murphy
First row: J. Glasgow, A. Finkler, M. Richard, D. Baldwin, N. Paterson. Second row: D. Ry-
craft, L. White, R. Ramsey, M. Brown, M. A. Baker, R. Garrett, P. Murphy, L. Usher, Mrs.
de Jung. Third row: L. Comstock, T. Aldrich, C. Fellows, G. Hiller, M. L. Murphy, L. Currie.
Front row: L. Comstock, W. Krawczik, A. Finkler, J. Dunn, M. L. Murphy, T. Aldrich, S. Fuller
P. Reitano. Second row: C. Fellows, M. Hoag, L. White, B. Bathgate, M. Brown, S. Foster
A. Dunn, R. Gardner, D. Baldwin, R. Ramsey. Third row: G. Ackles, D. Herlihy, S. Glasgow
N. Reihlman, J. Fisher, L. Gilche, S. Crosley, D. Rycraft, R. Abbott, L. Clark, D. Hoefer, J
Long, C. Martin, E. Nurenberg, P. Murphy, R. Krewson, T. Comstock.
The band finished its activities last year by attending the NYSSMA contest at Syra-
cuse, where they won a superior rating. Following this they participated in the combined
vocal-instrumental Spring Concert of which the theme was "Say It with Music."
The fall term opened with the band providing the "spirit" at the football and basket-
ball rallies. Many activities were attended during the year with the band being repre-
sented at Fayetteville All-State Sectional by Phil Reitano, Dave Hoefer, Marylin Brown,
Susanne Fosterg junior All-County at Marcellus by Donna Herlihy, Dick Cardner, Shirley
Fuller and at All-County at Liverpool by Mary Lou Murphy and Louise Comstock. The
All-County competition at Baldwinsville, the NYSSMA Contests and the annual Spring
Concert will complete this year.
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Bottom row: C. Fellows, P. Munson, A. Finkler, M. L. Drumm, B. Maahs, S. Kinney. Second
row: D. Granger, B. Stewart, D. Baldwin, C. Martin, D. Herold, H. Bugby, R. Sickmon, R.
Mickelson, S. Krom, R. Abbott, R. Carlton. Third row: M. Ryan, P. Granger, L. Aungier, M.
Richards, D. Piper, ,M. Herold, L. Rice, R. Ramsey, J. Ramsey, L. Currie, D. Hoefer, P. Reitano,
B. Carlton. Fourth row: L. Kinney, L. Clark, A. Fitzpatrick, B. Trach, M. Murphy, J. Dunn,
P. Henderson, S. White, R. Stupke, J. Long, E. Nurenberg, R. Dockstater, R. Gardner, W.
Krawczuk. Fifth row: M. Hoag, T. Aldrich, M. Hallenbeck, B. Wood, L. Bardwell, E. Chawgo,
S. Brown, J. Hollbrook, R. Hillenbrand, J. Hallenbeck, A. Dunn, H. June, D. Mortis, R. Gar-
rett. Sixth row: P. James, L. Rothery, B. Bathgate, S. Kirkpatrick, M. A. Baker, D. Rycraft, P.
Murphy, M. Brown, R. Steger, L. Usher, J. Springston, J. Currie. Seventh row: C. Downing, B.
Kehrer, S. Rice, M. Kinney, L. White, N. Patterson, L. Comstock, J. Bogart, C. Fuller. Eighth
row: D. Blakeslee, J. Potter.
The Tully Central School chorus this year numbered about eighty singers. Their aims
have included a continued improvement in tone, blend, diction, and choral technique.
Under the direction of Mr. Struglia, the group has sung a wide range of choral literature
including sacred, classical, and modern works.
The Chorus participated in Christmas and Spring Concerts, assemblies, NYSSMA con-
test, Onondaga County Music Festival. One of the highlights of the year was their tele-
vision appearance on WHEN-TV.
The Varsity Chorus, composed of about sixty-five members was chosen from the chorus
at large on the basis of musical experience, scholarship, responsibility and attitude. Many
in the chorus sang in the "Elijah," the F. F. A. Chorus and the New York State Chorus.
The following singers sang with the all-state chorus and all-county chorus: L. Kinney,
L. Comstock, R. Carlton, R. Abbott, L. Usher, R. Steger, A. Dunn, M. Hoag, C. Fellows,
D. Rycraft, R. Ramsey, J. Hollenbeck, R. Mickelson, R. Dockstater, L. Currie.
Caroline Fellows and Paula Munson deserve special plaudits for their fine work in ac-
companying the chorus.
M. Murphy, M, Brown. T. Aldriph. C. Follows, L. Comstock, A. Finklcr, M. I.. Murphy. M. Hung
L. Usher, R. Mickelson, D. Hoefer, R. Carlton. Accompanist, P. Munson.
Left to right: H. Bugby, J. Setford, D.
Snyder, J. Hare, W. Murphy, G. Ackles,
J. Ramsey, F. Volles, L. Ayers, R. Bush,
R. Cardner, W. Stupke, R. Sickman, R
Krewson, R. Griffith. Pianist, M. Brown
Left to right: L. Currie, H. Carlton, D. Blakeslec
1. Potter, J. Currie, Hollcnbcck, j. Bogart, R
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saer, R. Hillenbrand, Mr, Struglia Ad
visorg B. Stupke. Pianist, M. Brown.
J. Long, C. Martin, Mr. Struglia, E.
Nuremberg, P. Murphy.
First row: P. Rogers, T. Aldrich, M. Hoag, M. Ryan, A. Finkler, j. Cook, E. Chawgo, B. Stewart.
D. Rycraft. Second row: C, Downing, N. Patterson, C. Martin, I.. Comstock, P. Murphy, L. Clark.
I.. Kinney, M. Kinney, A. Fitzljatrick, S. Kinney. Third row: A. Dunn, R. Garrett, G. Hiller, H.
june, I.. Usher, R. Carlton, R. Mickelson, R. Ahhott, R. Steger, D. Hoefer, nl. Gamhell, XV. Collins,
F. Wiwrtley, R. Doclcstater, S. Krom, S. Seeley. Top row: P. Munson, S. Rice, H. Cook, M. Richards,
J. Glasgow, M. I.. Murphy, C. Fellows, M. A. Baker, B. Trach, B. Maahs, I.. W'hite, I.. Rice, C.
Sherman, M. Chapmen.
The Dramatics Club elected the following
officers: Donna Rycraft, Presidentg Richard
Mickelson, Vice Presidentg Anne Finkler,
Secretary'Treasurerg Anne l7itzPz1tfick, His-
The Clluh is now starting plans for their
annual three-act play.
Standing: Ann FitzPatrick, Richard Mickelson.
Seated: Mary Lou Murphy, Donna Rycraft, Ann
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HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB
Left to right: Allan Sickman, Phil Bolt, Mr. Pepper, Richard Ransom, Ray Spaulding, Clair Fuller
Bob Aldrich, Jack Weisbrodt, David Hoefer, Art Dunn, Judah Currie, Dale Mortis.
PRO JECTIONISTS '
Top row: R. Garrett, R. Griffith, R. Mickelson, J. Long, R. Steger, F. Corl, W. Benedict, T. Down-
ing, D. Springston, L. Beak, J. Gambell, L. Usher, G. Hiller, E. Wortley. Middle row: H. Bugbee,
M. Chapman, S. Kinney, D. Rutherford, M. Drumm, M. Murphy, W. Krawczuk, Mr. Ransom
Advisor, F. Roland, L. Comstock, C. Smith, J. Glasgow, E. Piper, S. Trach, D. Piper. Seated: J
Drake, S. White, S. White, B. Bolt, B. Kinney, B. Weisbrodt, P. Lathrop, P. James, G. Jansen
P. Kinney, C. Sherman. Kneeling: B. Kingsley, J. Nichols, E. Nuremberg, B. Fisher, B. Stupke
D. Hillenbrand, S. Seely, J. Kelley, T. Brown, J. Potter, B. Baker, P. McDonough.
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First row: C. Martin, M. Richard, D. Tracy, C. Garrett, S. Fuller, P. Munson. Second row: D.
Rutherford, J. Glasgow, T. Aldrich, Mr. Pearse, A. Finkler, J. Gambell, R. Steger, G. Hiller, J.
Holbrook. Third row: S. Edinger, R. Griffith, R. Ramsey, L. Currie, J. Kelly, F. Volles, R. Gardner,
J. Ramsey, P. Mickelson, W. Stupke.
First row: M. Murphy, S. Kinney, J. Glasgow, M. Drumn, C. Smith, M. Kinney, L. Comstock,
B. Wood, B. Kehrer, C. Martin, M. Brown, C. Fellows. Second row: C. Garrett P. Rogers, A.
Finkler, P. Granger, T. Aldrich, N. Rice, S. Brown, M. Ryan, S. Rice, H. Cook, M. Miller, A.
Keefe, P. Chapman, M. Ryan, J. Holbrook, E. Chawgo, D. Maahs, B. Stupke, D. Rycraft. Third
row: J. Hollenbeck, B. Kingsley, J. Currie, D. Fox, J. Kelly, G. Ackles, D. Darling, F. Volles, R.
Steger, R. Gardner, G. Hiller, H. June, R. Garrett, R. Griffith, W. Padget.
First row: C. Reed, M. Hollenbeck, J. Elmore, M. Ryan, N. Riehlman, B. Wood, C. Smith, S. Al-
drich, D. Darling, L. Gilcher, S. Rice, A. Keefe. Second row: D. Stewart, E. Bishop, S. Edinger, R.
Stupke, J. Baker, E. Kilts, E. Elmore, J. Barnes, S. Brown, J. Moyer, L. Rothery, K. Phelps, M. Bailey,
L. Flaherty, R. Cardner, T. Handcock, R. Munson, Mrs. Howard, Advisor. Third row: C. Garrett
J. Millis, E. Henderson, P. Rodgers, D. Herlihy, B. Turo, P. Oliver, C. Rice, N. Henderson, J
Conklin, D. Tracy, B. Stupke, J. Fisher, L. Pero, J. Ackles, V. Hence, D. Piper, P. Lord, J. Harty
SEIENIE ILUSS Ui RMERIIR
First row: R. Hillenbrand. R. Barnes, R
Garrett, J. Glasgow, D. Fox, S. Seeley
Second row: W. Weisbrcmclt, R. Ramsey, J
Long, C. Downing, E. Wortley, E. Nuren
burg, A. Dunn.
First row: E. Henry, R. Munson, E. Bishop, T. Hancock, S. Edinger, J. Kelley, R. Cardner, R
Slinger, J. Neuman, K. Kenyon, F. Hardy. Second row: L. Gilture, J. Barnes, J. Moyer, C. Whit
ing, S. Crosely, K. Phelps, N. Reihlman, J. Holbrook, S. Fuller, M. Ryan, N. Henderson, N. Rice
Third row: R. Mitten, D. Shaw, R. Jenks, R. Rule, D. Raison, J. Ramsey, J. FitzPatrick, K. Lathrop
H. Spencer, L. Flaherty, R. Griffith, J. Downing, R. Krewson, L. Ayres, J. Keefe, E. Beardsley, W
Murphy, S. Gage, D. FitzPatrick, Miss Clay, Mrs. Howard. Top row: Mr. Lawless, J. Millis, K
Griffith, S. Currie, S. Glasgow, C. Reed, J. Fisher, B. Turo, J. Conklin, P. Oliver, M. Baily, P
Oliver, D. Tracey, J. Baker, L. Pero, El Henderson, J. Ackles, S. Herlihy, K. Galusha, D. Piper
A. Graff, C. Garrett.
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Top to bottom: K. Phelps, N. Henderson,
N. Eibert, C. Reed, R. June, N. Reihlman,
J. Moyer, L. Leonard, J. Conklin, J. Kelley,
K. Lathrop, D. Piper, Mrs. Balzano, Miss
Clay, P. Oliver, J. Ramsey, F. Downing, T.
Hancock, R. Rule, S. Crosely, K. Phelps,
S. Herlihy, R. Stupke, L. Gilture, S. Fuller,
S. Kirkpatrick, N. Rice, J. Neuman, E.
Henry, F. Hardy.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
Bottom row: P. Henderson, J. Hol-
hrook, B. Kinney, M. Herold, S
Wl1ite-, D. Russell, D. Baldwin, A
lfinkler, B. Bathgate, P. Kinney
Second row: P. Murphy, C. Downl
ing, J. Glasgow. M. Ryan, B. Maahs
C. Krause, J. Dunn, M. Murphy
F. Piper, B. Kehrer. Third row: L
Rice, M. Richards, P. Lathrop, L.
Clark, Mr. Wing, Advisor, M. Ba-
ker. D. Piper, C. Sherman, M. Kin
ney. Fourth row: Nurenberg, J
Kelley, R. Ramsey, J. Long, E.
Wtrrtley, W. Weishrcwdt, B. Kings-
Bottom row: D Rycraft, A. Finkler. Second row: S. Kirk-
patrick, D. Hobart. Third row: D. Maahs, G. Janeen. Fourth
row: S. Wl1ite, L. Wlmite, N. Patterson, D. Rutherford.
Fifth row: M. Hallenbeek, S. Jenks. Sixth row: S. Aldrich,
C. Martin. Seventh row: D. Springston, B. Carlton, D.
Fox, G. Eaclcs, J. Bogart, Mr. Wing, Advisor.
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Left to right: M. Bailey, J. Lagstrom, D
Tracy, J. Fisher, J. Baker, C. Reed, E. Hen
derson, S. Kirkpatrick. Second row: J. Moyer
S. Crosley, K. Phelps, J. Holbrook. Third row
M. Meylon, R. Munson, D. Stewart, D, Shaw
R. Jenks, Mr. Wing, Advisor.
Left to right: B. Stupke, J. Holbrook, M. Ryan, S. Jenks, D. Tracy, J. Baker, L. Pero, J. Ackles.
Second row: E. Bishop, R. Munson, R. Cardner, F. Roland, R. Jenks, R. Bush, R. Griffiths, R.
Krewson, P. Mickelson, R. Mitten, M. Collar, B. Stupke. Third row: J. Millis, J. Barns, J. Fisher,
P. Oliver, C. Rice, S. Currie, P. Darling, K. Galusha, A. Graf, C. Garrett.
Bottom row: Hollenlveclc,
R. Dmkstntcr. Al. Gumlvell, j.
Currie, W. Baker. Second
ruw: 'lf Cowles, C. Fuller, M.
Neuman, j. VUL-isbroclt, D.
Ramtlzxll. R. Spaulding. F.
Rowluntl, Third row: M. Al-
lcn. Atlvisorg R. Gardner, R.
Ransom, 'l'. Downing, D.
Di1rling,W. Collins, R. Mick-
elson, l.. Bczik, R. Alclrich,
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Bottom row: H. Cook, B
Bolt, M. L. Russell, P. james
P. Rogers. Second row: L
Rothery, M. Drumm, Mrs
Locke, Aclvisorg S. Brown, M
Chapman. Standing: J. Har-
ty, D. Darling, C. Rice, B.
Granger, S. Brown, V. Smith
S. Kinney, J. Drake, Ml
Smnnlnnlui H. M.141l1s, T. Aldmlu, M, Hmlg, M. Ryan, B. Stn-wart. Kmm-ling: D. Rynnlft, D. Hcruld
UNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
mling: M. Rixlmrds. A. Ifitlllltrick, C. Fellows, S. Kinney. Km-cling: I.. Aungicr. P. Munson
Stewart, M. Hvruld.
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Our second year of 8-Man football showed definite improvements in many
ways. The boys enjoyed playing under regular football rules, in fact, they
even got a taste of 11-Man football. jamesville-DeWitt formed the opposi-
tion for this encounter and scored the only T. D. of the game in the first two
League competition was very close with our boys being unfortunate enough
to drop three decisions by a total of 13 points. The only poor showing all sea-
son was against LaFayette as T.C.S. went down 33-44.
Danny Springston, Bob Abbott, Richard Dockstater and "Mert" Carlton
made a good account of themselves on the line. Seniors Bill Collins, and Dick
Mickelson played well in the backfield. Probably the most encouraging part '
of the season was the fine performances turned in by Sophomore backs Louis 'A L
Currie, Bob Ramsey, and jack Potter. .4
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lr side row: R. Dockstater, D. Hoefer, D. Mortis, R. Carlton, L. Currie, R. Ramsey, S. 1
Seeley, D. Blakeslee. Right side row: F. Corl, J. Currie, J. Potter, K. Stewart, B. Leon- Q
ard, T. Downing, G. Ackles, L. Stevens. Bottom row: D. Fox, R. Hillenbrand, B. A-gp, -.
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Standing: li. Wivi'tlc'y, R. Dntlcstater. K. Stewart, W. Benedict, D. Blakeslee, B. Carlton, M. New-
man. Kneeling: S. Seeley, pl. Hirllenbetk. l.. Currie. D. Randall, P. Reitano, G. llades,
Our junior Varsity team enjoyed one of the bestseasons in years. They were in con-
tention for a play-off birth right down to the last game of the season. A bitter one-point
loss to Minoa finally eliminated us from further competition.
Much is expected from this group in the future. Their abilities are just beginning to
show. If the desire remains we don't see how this team can miss.
Left to right: D, Springston. D. Hoefer, R. Steger, Coach Clements, I.. Usher, R. Abbott, R. Mick-
elson, W. Collins, R. Carlton. R. Ramsey, R. Garrett.
Our Varsity basketball team was seriously hampered by height and therefore its inabil-
ity to capture rebounds. Our boys battled hard under the boards but were unable to cope
with opponents a head taller than they.
As for a record, we have nothing to boast about. The season proved to be one in which
giving up or "throwing in the towel," could easily have been done. This we did not do as
any spectator can testify. We tried as hard to win the last game as we did the first. We
can admire the squad for this. In fact, at times we think we wanted so badly to win we de-
We can also look back upon this season from another angle. We appreciate and admire
the spirit in which our people accepted our lack of success. Spectator and player alike
showed better sportsmanship in losing than our opponents often times did in winning.
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Mr. Deak Aldrich
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ames
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Austin, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Baldwin
J. D. Bartholomew and Son
Mr. Walter Batt
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bigsby
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bishop
Miss N. E. Bouttelle
Mr. and Mrs. John Buzard
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Christmas
Lester Comstock, Toro Sales and Service
Mr. and Mrs. John Crosley
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Cummings
Mrs. Ward Cummings
Mr. and Mrs. Yale Cummings
Mrs. Nellie Curtain
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Dando
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Dando
Mrs. Willian Davis
Dewey Dry Cleaners
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Divine
Mabel C. Dodge
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dunn
Mr. and Mrs. Alton L. Dyke
Alton C. Estey, Insurance
Mrs. Lucy Estey
M. E. Estey, Farm Produce
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fellows
Mr. and Mrs. N. j. Finkler
Laura M. Flanagan
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Foster and Family
Mrs. Gene Francis
Mr. and Mrs. Olcott Gardner
William C. Gardner
Mr. and Mrs. Randall W. Glasgow
Miss Susan Glasgow
Mr. and Mrs. William Gleason
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gordon
Hall's Altantic Service
Mr. and Mrs. john Hartwell
Mr. and Mrs. William Hayes
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Herold
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoag
Mr. Fred Hollenbeck
Dana Houck, General Insurance
Mr. and Mrs. john Houck
Mrs. Mary Howard
Mrs. A. D. Jacobson
Jenks Shell Service
Harry C. June
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knowlton
Mr. and Mrs. Lasda
Long's Department Store
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. john Long
Miss Louise Long
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Long
Miss Lean McCormick
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mickelson
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mitten
Mitten's Farm Service
E. D. Mortis, TYDOL Service
Music Box, F. W. Etz
Arthur W. Nettleton
Dr. and Mrs. Francis Nuremberg
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Padget
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Parcells
Bob Ramsey, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ramsey
L. Ransom, T. V. Service
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rice
Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Richards
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rothery
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Seymour
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shafer
Mr. james R.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Tully Food Market
Tully Garage, Your Chevrolet Dealer
Tully G. L. F. Farm Store
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Van Buskirk
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. Donald White
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Williams
Rev. and Mrs. Donald Williamson
Mr. Donald R. Wing
George C. Wortley
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