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

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I Q DEDICATION The Class of l957 proudly dedicates this Oracle to a man whose contributions toward the growth of our school, from infancy to it's present size, are immeasurable. Leichester G. Green has held a posi- tion of high merit in our school for many years. His qualities of integrity, consideration, and understanding have won him the respect and friendship of his colleagues, students of T.C.S., and members of the community, It gives us great pleasure to dedicate our Oracle to Mr. Green and we wish him the best of luck in his future plans. 1956 ORACLE TAF F lfm fmfflf fu Wm ffm xlfmrf Of fizffw mlgnf-wf.:1nflg.1V3. lfvy f1fc'11fn1'f4u -111117, .IXII J1- I'fm11 li Mr frwiq, fum! nun . -.-- 2 ' I Sk Q X X X + X f. 'N . Wm 1 X K ,fx In fm HIUVI1 X rf HIL 1111141 ll" ,wwf ffmijzflq llvrfffrlqff flu jmtqf 1. 5 W The If1h'l1mf- Il'!Hb!'!1!'Q' fn mimi, V 'I fn' fzmzmfilj nf win' L1X1fL".lIffI' AIN! MH' fc':lr'!7L'7'u II X711 IIWH' HI ffl!!! UNL' gin? In 711111 ffm' Omufc gy 3'UlH'fjt'kL'f fn ffm' fhhfj ,'IJ1,w,ff, MR, LQARDNIQR ,K OX r.--XR . C"3. ll'fwff1.u1 l'Lfffw I.. CQONS'l'Uf'K wx '-3 'f'a r'W ' lffrvfm w M fu mf R. RAMSICY I 111 .il .mf flu' !1!Ll1.HU'lL'v . . . ,lfnf wma flu! .JMU .ffzz .zum fn! m T 'J A 5 ,Mr -eg""" AI.1f1,f4qj114q Cfu-lfcfl.fmu If. Nl'RlfNl4lfRCl K N55 ,kQx,,,.f,KiW. K. 'A Y '4c""'- A if lfhwfm lzQ1'ffm, ,l- DINN I.. RICQI2 ASSISTANTS ,,. uv Q' K' Q-"" -df' ,ff 9' dw Q D HAIDXYIN f Mm 'NW lf. XYORTI I X fa-.,..., Awww ' P v BOARD OF EDUCATION ky, 40 5 5 I Scaled: Mr. Hollcnlwcck, Mr Ames, Mr, Foley, Standing: Mr, Bcclwc, Mr. Hoaglanni, Mr, Ifdingcr, Mr. Aungicr. ADMINISTRATION own , I 2 Scaled: Mrs. Reitann, Miss Cook. Standing: Mr, Crosley, Mr. Pearse, Mr. Gr:-L-n. l'o the 1956 graduates of Tully Cfentral: Congratulations upon your reaching the goal of graduation! As you achieve this suc- cess in the pathway of life, l am sure you arc- proud, just as your parents and teachers are proud ot you. just what is success? Almost everyone wants it, and we are sure we know some people who are successful. Some consider wealth or honor or high position as the culmination of success. Really, though, it's up to us to judge ourselves. Herc-'s a little poem that says it pretty well: "XVl1en you get what you want in your struggle for self And the world makes you king for a day, just go to a mirror and look at yourself, And see what that man has to say. For it isn't your father or mother or wife, Wlmose judgment upon you must pass, The fellow whose verdict counts most in your life Is the one staring back from the glass. You may be like jack Horner and chisel a plum Ancl think you're a wonderful guy, But the man in the glass says you're only a bum If you can't look him straight in the eye. You may fool the whole world down the pathway of years And get pats on the back as you pass, But your final reward will he heartache and tears If you've cheated the man in the glass." May life bring you the opportunities you need to insure your own success and happib ness. Clordially yours, john D. Crosley Supervising Principal FACULTY Pbyriml Edymfjgn High School Scienre and Math MR. CLEMENTS, MRS. VVILLIAMS MR. RANSOM, MR. GARDNER Librury MRS. HOWARD Primary Tearhem Elementary Teacher.: ffflxr Seated: Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Nettle- Seated: Miss Dwyer, Miss Palmer. Standing: ton, Mrs. Gleason. Standing: Mrs. Hayes, Miss Mrs, Dunn, Mrs, Boice, Miss Long. Knapp, Mrs. Moore, 'Miss Murphy, Mrs. Krew- son, Mrs. Gambel. gfi "'-X"'! JUNIOR I V' lil -'ig FACULTY HIGH MUSIC AND ART R x, 9 Miss Clay, Mr. Nettleton, Mr. Griffiths. Mrs. Wilsmmn, Mr. McKeon, Mrs. Silvcrnail LANGUAGES and CITIZIZNSHIP EDUCATION Seated: Mr. Pearse, Mrs. Austin, Mr. Moore. Standing: Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Wing. VOCATIONAL ARTS HITALTH SFRVICIITQ 'Q' i , i rs. do Jung, Mr. Pepper, Mr, Allen, Mrs. Locke. Mrs, Briggs, Mrs. jennism CUSTODIANS CAFETERIA Standing, left to right: Mr. Rogers, Mr. Roundy, Mr. Krewson. l QV' "taxi t'q" W, ' 4, mr .Ag rf M N X V ix f P E3 Q 2 59 3 mf Kneeling: Mr. Austin, Standing: Mr. Adent, Mr. Nortlirup, Mr, Baldwin, Mr. Rotliery, Mr. Reitano, Mr. Hartwell, Mr. Brown, Mr, Aldrich, Mr. Feslier, Mr. Bur- gen. W '. Q l -4 - ?' i ' -l 'dw g X Left to right: Miss Phelps Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ransom Mrs, Sickmon, Mrs. Mun son, Mrs. Cummings, BUS DRIVERS LL Q L-,,,,.. 14 gmm her t.1lent in playing the clarinet. Combinetl setontl Benny Gootlmanl LA T WILL A D TE TAME ms Q-5 A 01 '00 , W 5 0 I 'M Q 5 Nga V XXX. the Senior Cflass of lully Central knew l.intla like irc know Lintla . . .' Doltfla Ntlytllc ls'-Hes llel' sllyness to School, County ot flI1UDxl.l4!.l, State ot New Rithartl Hillenbrantl .intl lout Kaxney. W'e Work, being ot sountl mintl :incl hotly, tlo V Margaret Chapman leaves her oxerwhe - hereby make known our last will antl tes- '-'mfm wp. Arts, wf'iil1.1my, Look Ot'T! l'1I'Sl. we wish to leaxe with Mr. Lrosley To Doris Maahs, Louise Comstock leaves .1ntl the tatulty, our gratitutle .intl appreci- ation tor their untirinlig patience antl untler- Gler- Club. Doris! stantlinyu, .tntl to our atlxisors. Mrs, Austin. Mi XX"ll'.11 M' I" " M' l' - - . -- . N I I 'lx' I' tltlm- 'md lt A lm' Dick Dotkstater wills his ability to en- toi lielpine us to make our high sthool V 1- ,, - - . t.1reer .1 suttess. 'l'o the present l"t'L'5l1It1.lIl Class. we leaxe our best wishes for your lL'Ill.llI1ll1AK years at l.C,.8. lo the Sopho- MMV l"lul5L' Dmmm leaves il 'img - - to ,loyce Kenyon-a ring on the phone, that is, fYou'll have to see -lack about the other kintl, Vloyeel. more Class, we leaxe our reputation antl ability as an outstantling tlass. I'inally. to the present yluniors, we leaxe the following tokens ol l'Ll1lL'ltll3l'.lINL'f Caroline lfellows agrees to leaye her ability as accompanist to joey Long. Prattite Carol Krause leates to Cfarole Martin her - - . . . up, Floe, the chorus will neetl one next year. ability to be heartl, Atltl this to your own, ' Carole, .intl we will he llL'.tl'lI1j.Z .1 lot more Clair Fuller leaves his Stutlehiiker to Chuck Carlton, Now Sally will be able to ritle in style? trom you it possible' lioh Abbott leaxes his size antl strength G1 "' ' 'l". L V"- ,. . . U' DUNN 'MMI' Md l U lltl md H lo Bill Patlget antl Ed Nuremberg, Rich' 'inia lltnte. This .1 l let size ou 'ht to uiye . . . . 3' Ll K 'L' ' artl Gardner tlecicletl to leaxe two positions these unt-size l basketball .tars unlintite l l K S K in the Marine Corps. XX'e hope ylltl will suttess. . . . enjoy it as much as Dick tloes. 'l'o Stan Seeley. liob Altlrith wills l1is planet Glasgow wills to Dale Darling her scholastic ability. Maybe this will help you in passing History. Dale. quietnt ss antl .tIltI.tl7llIly. 'lrilby Altlrith leates tor lioh Ramsey her suttess as tlass presitlent, Atltlt-tl to ,lim Hallenbetk leaxes his "practical liohs ability, he shoultl make an outl pokes" to Danny Spiingston. Heaxen help ' I stautluig lt-.1tler. tne teachers next year! To Shirley W'hite and Lucille Rite, Mag- gie Hoag wills her natural acting ability. Mary Ann liaker lt-axes her theerfulness .tntl smile to Mary l,ou Miller. Youlre lucky V A . tt, My ll um llkk, th-ly' yy,IM.V LOU. Now Mrs. Austin will be all set for next year. liitliaitl liiigyrgs leaxes llI5 position witl1 . .. . . 4 ' if ' lu '- lf the Aprilia l'1reC,ompany to ltltltartl Ranl DHL HUGH hu tlmtlul tn HN Us rating as "Most Eligible Bachelor of the som. vl'l1.lt is, it he tan stow clowninig , . ,, . l ' Senior Class, to Billy Baker. arountl long enouligli to put out a fire. ., . , , I5-' K-l'A li. lfk l'l" f lo lhll lsrawtfuk, Marilyn lirown leaxes U CHC! Ulu K1 now CMM O how to tatth a college man, to lietty XX'ootl 1 lS'I"1AIl'l.'t'l'.:l ltlv"tl1 with his own, this shoultl turn liill into .1 .lin yin trim- HQ sum wie R lull' bots somethin' to work for! 5 l is Harb Maahs, at long last, has tlecitletl to rexeal her secret of how to become il suetess in Gum Class to Priscilla Hencler- Shirlty lhown leaxes her quietness to l.intl.1 llaitlwell, Some ot ytlll may think ot l.llhl.t as being quiet alreatly, but if ion 1 . . 5011. flnlfoi' llulfllt iiti A Z Pl'L'SitlL'I1t ing interest in Gym Class to Peggy l.ath- l lm like .1 little more peate .intl quiet arountl 1x'lAt'. XY'htn Dale hlitttis goes to work tor l ntle Sam in the Nan, l1e has tlttitltrtl to axe ,leanette l1is tar as .1 l'iL'L'lW.lliL' now . llt her 1-rte t 't h ' ' lt C lil L ' Ht C 5 to WUL55 In .lll you neetl is .1 tlrixer s litt-use, Ieanttte. Peggy hlurpliy leaxes her "l1igh" posi- tion as Cihietl M.ush.1l to Dorothy Hobart toy lite to Etl Vyortly. Live it up. Ltll ' 4, y .intl Alutlah f,LIl'l'lL'. 'l'w tan hantlle the jth better than one -- it is a tlittitult rob, you knowl After tlue tonsitleration, Marsliall Neu- ltl.lFl has agreetl to leaye "Barb" in the care of Daye lilakeslee .tntl 'lhurlow Cowles. 'lake gootl care ot her. boys! lflimor Pipers willingness to tlo extr.1 work without rewartl, is letit to Gene Ol- tott. lhe teachers toultl use a litle extra help arountl the school. Phil Reitano leayes his .1tqu.1int.1ntes in Skunk Hollow to Ken Stewart, Haroltl Brown, anal Ray Spaultling. Mary Ryan leaxes her winning ways with the boys to Sally Gambell antl Delia Piper. To l.o11is Currie. llxoli Steiger leaxes his yob at the Marybelle, This will gixe Doris .1 little more time to spentl on other things, Susan 'l'rath leaxes her skill in passing .1 hartl test to Santlra Stewart. VUL' toulcl all use .1 skill like that, Santlra. Lynn tlsher leayes his outstantling abil- ity in Math to Alan Sitkmon antl ,lack Potter. .lack XX'eisbrotlt glatlly leaxes his seat in the Senior Class to his brother. Bill. l..lsT, but not least, Lintla W'hite leaves to Dorleon Iialtlwin .intl Pat Granger her suctess in "nailing one for keepsln In witness thereof, we hereby affix our name, on this ninth tlay of March. Nine- teen huntlretl antl fifty-six. .,3850"! .fs Truim' AI.mucH "ji.Q,Q4 r" lJ4'il1u.Il1w1.' Secretarial Wforlc. llmmfu Tulcenclra 2. 3. 43 Pen and Inlc 2. 3. Ifclitur-in-Chief 'IL Stuclent Council 1, Z, Secretary 3. Vice Presiclent 43 Stokettes I. 2. 3, 4: ,IV Cheerleacler 23 Varsity Cheerleacler 3, 43 All-State liancl 2: Class Officer. Vice President 3, Presi- xlL'l'1I 4. ,-It-fizfm-.A Band I. 2. 3. 43 Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Dramatics Club 1, 3, -I3 Marshal l. 2, 3. 43 Intra- Vulleyball l, 2. 32 Soccer 1. 2. 31 Fffflill Cllll' RICHARD R. GARDNIQR "nf,-L" , I7tilnf.1lffu1: US. Marine Corps, WO 9 Ilffzzffm' Stuclent Cuuhcil 3, 43 Class Officer. Pres- iclc-nt 3. Vice Presiclent I. Arlilifiir- Chorus 33 Marshal 2, 3. 43 Intramurals I. 2. 3, -ig Hunting :mtl Fishing Club 2. -I3 Punt- ball I1 Pmys' State 33 Citivenship Ptlucatiun Day 5. l- A 6' SENIOR Q W If I MARGARET ANN Homa "llI.l,q.qie" Dc'vlfI1.lllrHl.' W'arcl. Airline Secretarial Schtml. XVorchester. Mass. Ilfnmrig 'liulcentlra 2. 3. 41 Stokettes l. 2. 3, 41 ,IV Cheerleatler 2: Varsity Cheerleader 3. -ig All- Cuunty Chorus 33 All-State Chorus 43 junior- murals I3 Senior Bun 43 Basketball 1. 2, 3. 42 1 g 'I I f "vw" ,R nts, 4 ' 'J , w1 . 127' . Eta. I.YNN llsmzn I7tilif1r1lmu: Syracuse College of lioics llfnzww Tulcentlra 43 Harmaniacs 3. 43 All Cou Chorus 23 All-State Chorus 3, 43 Sc 1 C Play li Class Officer. 'lfreasurer l. 4. Arli1'1liw.' Chorus I, 2. 3, -I3 Dramatics C lub 3 4 Marshal -I3 Intramurals I. 2, 33 43 Pmlcctrm Sc-niur Speaking Contest -I3 Annual Dramatic Club l. 2. 3. 4: Snlwrvl Nwvspallwr 33 liasehnll 7 3 4 Play 1. 3. 43 Class Officer. Secretary 2. 3. 4, Basketball 3. -ll l'I'l'nflI Club I 7 Aclfl'ific.r.' liancl l. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatits Club 2. 3. 41 Marshal 2. 43 Intramurals I, 3. 43 Basketball I. 2. 3. -I3 Volleyball 23 Soc- cer 2. JANET Gmscsow Dt'.Iff7I.lff!II1.' Ijncleciclecl. Ilmmrr: Pen ancl Ink 2. 3. 43 Stuclent Counnil I. 23 Librarian 3. -I3 Oracle Staff 2, 33 Senior Class Play. 'Cluria Muncli"3 Class Officer, Vice Pres- fgvwvjzfb M dl! iclent 13 Science Club. Merlin Cuuncil 3, 43 Citi- W I ' X40 zen Cnnferente 3. .W Aclililirrf Dramatics Club 33 lyfarshal l. 2, 3, 43 Intramurals I3 Prujectinnist I. 2. 3. 43 Debate Club 21 Science Club 2, Secretary 3. Presiclent 43 Yorker Club I3 Latin Club 2. 3. Presitlent 43 French Club 4. ROBERT STIZGIZR "Ruin" DL'IlilItlflIJII.' S.Il. College of Forestry. llmmrix Tulcenclra 3. -I1 Pen ancl Ink. Treasurer 43 Stuclent Council I. 2. Treasurer 3. 43 Oracle Staff 2. Business Manager 33 Soplmmore Speak- ing Cuntest Z3 All-State Chorus 3. 43 Senior Class Play, "Five For Batl Luclcug Annual Dramatic Club Play. "Quiet XX'eekencl" 33 Class Officer. President I. 2. Rep. 3. 4. Arlirilier: Chorus 1, 2. 3, 43 Dramatics Club 3. 43 Marshal I, 2. 5. 43 Intramurals I, 2. 3, -13 Pro- jectionist I. 2. 3. -I3 Seniur Buzz 43 Baseball 2, 3. 43 Basketball 3. 43 Track 2. 3. -I3 French Club 2. ws ', nib"- I K .J- Y x I., "rw'5a'f, 3 ff-JN OQ5At'li1'iI!eI'.' Band 43 Chorus 3, 43 Dramatics Club M .O 3, 4, senior Iam 4. Aa Eaimf- Pep C111 ROBERT ABBOTT "Bob" Dc1v1m.1fim1.' Undecided. Hwmizrx Tulcendra 2, 3, A13 Student Council 11 Harmaniacs 43 All-State Chorus 3, 43 Senior Class Play, "Five For Bad I.uck"3 Annual Dramatic Club Play, "Quiet XY!eekend" 3. AL'lfI'Iffc',l.' Band l. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, Z. 3. 43 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 41 gig Projectionist 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3. v 43 Football 1, 2. 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Basketball. JV I. MARILYN BROWN HBl'01l'lIf!:'H DL',lffI1,lffIl7I.' Undecided. Ilfimn-,r,' Pen and Ink 2, 3, -13 Stokettes 1, 2, 3, 'lg All-County Band 1, 23 All-County Chorus 43 Alla State Band 1, 2, 3, -13 Senior Class Play -1, AL'flIlfl4.1'.' Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1. Z, 3. 41 Dramatics Club 43 Marshal 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 13 K Basketball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2. ROBERT ALDRICH ' ya ,3 Aj HB0 u A Du,rfi11.1Iiw1.' Untletided. li' t N A4'liI'iffcf.' Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 FFA 1. 2: 3. 41 IV fr l' Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, President 1 Baseball 33 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Football -1, - SHIRLEY BROWN 431,13 3 A N. DU,fli11.1l!rn1.' Business School, ful 3 1'Immr.r.' All-County Chorus 43 Stokettes 43 Wfin- I ner of Betty Crocker Award. At'lfl'flfc',1,' Chorus 1, 3, 3, 43 Dramaties Club 4 Marshal 1. 2, 3. 43 Intramurals 13 FHA 1, Treas urer 2, 3. President -lg Pep Club 4, MARY ANN BAKER "Mah" De.I1r11.1lim1.' Crouse-Irving Hospital. I1mmr,r.' Tulcendra 3, -13 Pen and Ink 3, A13 Har- maniacs Accompanist 4: JV Cheerleader 43 Junior- . Senior Speaking Contest 4, Senior Class Play. If "Gloria Munda" Ai. Ai LJg:CLQ'Lati Club 33 Future Teachers ot' America 4, df, K ,Kg P IVIARGARIZT CHAPMAN ,f l, ' U-306, QR 0.5 f'Pe,2sy" gf' 45" A LAC9kJbe,i'lif1.1fiw1.' Undecided. , Wi, lk A 0'xCTqf ?kH!!lll!I',l',' iI'lllCCI1LIl'1l 3. 4. I 7 I , f A. ..,, . XWO- iii Affffiffztr- Ixrar-511,11 5, 4. DI-amimr. 3 , ,,' 3 ,wax ' Intramurals 1, 23 Projectiorrist 2, 3, -13 FHA 1, 2. 1 -I if A Cy' Wk, Secretary 3, President 43 Latin Club 3, De,fli1mliw1.' Canton University. Hmmm' Junior-Senior Speaking Contest 4, Q31 , RICHARD BRIGGS Il WO Afli1'ilit',r.' Dramatics Club 43 Marshal 43 Intra- murals 1, 2. 3, 4, Hunting and Fishing Club Z, 3, 43 Basketball -IV 23 Track 3, 43 Senior Buzz 43 Manager, Football 4. LOUISE COMSTOCK "ll'fea.re" De.rfi11aliw1.' Potsdam State Teachers College. Ilw1m',f.' Tulcendra 2, 3, 43 Pen and Ink 3, 43 Oracle Staff 2, Assistant Business Manager 3, Managing Editor 4. Honorary Editor-in-Chief3,1 " Stokettes l, 2, 3, 4, Total 6 Years3 Sophomore J' Speaking Contest 23 JV Cheerleader 43 All- County Band 33 All-State Band 23 All-State Cho- rus 3, 4g Senior Class Play, "Gloria Mundi" 43 l' h Annual Dramatic Club Play, "Love is in the Air" 23 Class Secretary 1. Arri1'i1ie,r.' Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Total 7 Yearsg Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Marshal 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 13 Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 43 Sen- ior Buzz Co-Editor 43 Girls' Volleyball, Soccer, and Basketball 1, 23 Future Teachers of America 43 Latin Club 2. 3. 1' 'QTY w ..-. 'A . WTI f . 'Q 1 V. Img., . . K ix! if 'FUN J WPZEQXWJVJ' B .bu lljullt Secretarial XX'oI'k. ' BARBARA MAAHS Q W Sptaking Contcst 3. First Prize. 9, I: Dramatics Club 3, Marshal 4, Intra- A. W ,-, ,, 3. . Is'c all l, 2, 3, 4. 3 IItI C 'Fieisuici Girls' " 4, l-lA 4, Prusulcnt. MAR9PlAII NI'IIIxIAN Alinib ' College. Dramatits Club 41 Intramurals 1. 2. 13 4 FFA1 3 3 4' Bislcctblll 3 4 ,,v.4f DONXIA MAHIRII Dwi D1,r!iu.fIim1: CBI in Cortlantl. Y AI'l1I'ific.r.' Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ELINOR PIPIZR it It Ei!-W QSM' Dt'.rli11.1fiw1.' Sctrctarial Wfork. . 11IlIlUl',l'.' Pen and Ink. ' Al7jl'fl'fL'.1.' Draiuatirs Club 41 Marshal 4g Intra- murals 1, Z, 31 Projcctionist 1, 2, 3, 41 Senior Buzz 4: Basketball 1. 2, 33 Pep Club 3: Volley- ball 21 l.atIn Club Z, 3. DALI2 MOR'flS "Mute" IJ:,rfia1.1!iu11: Navy. IIw.'w'r.' Class Offircr. 'lAl'C1lSl1l'C1' 2. 3. Arllzifitgn- Chorus 2, 3, Dramatics Club 4, Mar- shal 2, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Projectionist lg Hunting and Fishing Club 2. 3, 4g Football 2. 3. PHILIP RIEITANO "Phil" De,If!11.1fim1.' lNIorrisx'ille. Ilfnzmr' Harmaniacs 4, All-State Band 3. 4. Arfiiillurx Bantl 1, 2, 3. 41 Chorus 1. 2, 3, 41 Dnunatics -lg Intramurals 1, 2, 3, -lg Projcctionist 1, 21 Hunting and Fishing 33 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, lg Track 3, 4. MARGARIQT MURPHY ,fpcw lDu,Ilm.1lma1.' Cortlantl State. Hm1fn'.i.' Ttlltcntlra 2. 3, President 43 Pen and Ink 2, 3, 4: Stokcttcs l. 2, 3, Al, Total 6 Years, , X mphomoru Speaking Contest 21 All-County Band 2 nior Class Play, 7'Gloria Mundi" 41 Annual 'QI watit Club Pla . "Love is in the Airn 2. X ' ' c " tl' ,. ' U ntl 7 3 1 Choiis 1 7 3 4 ut 3 4 Ml1Sl1ll 4 Intramurxls C f lllflcl : . , -, ,, - 3 'Ig , -, , g DIE 'L' l -, ,, 1 I a 1 ' L I l 0-J 1 P o' ' nist 1, 2, 31 School Newspaper 3: F ' 'L Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Volley- l'b. lj 5. 1 MARX' RYAN c.rlif1i1fiw1.' Secretarial Wthrk. 3 1IfiImr.r,- 'l'uIccntlra 3, Al, jV Cheerleader 23 Var- si Chccrlcadur 3. 43 Senior Class Play, "Five J fur atl Luck." flfl' fer: Chorus 1, 2. 3. 43 Dramatics Club 2. 3, 41 arshal 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4g Basket- ball 1, , 3, 41 Latin Club 2, 3, President, All- Girls' ChorIIs 45 Volleyball 2, 3. wzurrx TlllU.'11Ll1'Al 4, Set'I'ctary-'lrcasurcrg -IV OE' ' , if Ms, ulrr 7' Virsity ClILcI'lc'ItlcI' 3 4' lunior ?lJ wiv? . wil .Auf xX vm. 'WW NW ,,. 4 ,' x u , "Y-A nf' 'E 553 2 I !"t"0H, no 'E' if 1-"1" V, . K 1-"N J 75 ill gli JAG Vf '-sf !N-rv XV WMV if S ,B gi , l A i 1' 1 We gi SUSAN TRACH ,IOHN XYIIEISHROIJT LINDA Wri1'i-ii "Sue" "-1,,,-1" "jf,-jf," IJclflll.lflUUf SI. -lU5L'IWll'S Sclmnl for Nurs- Ih-l1f1.i11mf.' llniluiilcil. l7uff11.4lfffa1.' N.n'1'i.lgi'.u1ilSL'iI'cl:llig1lW'ul'k ing. .'lil11fl1ii.' lnti'unuu'uIs l. 1. 5. Alg FFA l. llw1f,ivv,' 'I'ulicnllr.i 5, -lg Pun null Ink 2 11,,,,,,,,.' pm -,ml Ink 4- 2, 5. -I1 Hunting imll Fishing Club 1, 2. 5. -i. Prniluitinn liilitnr I: Suniiu' Clam AL'llIflfU'.' Di'.un.1tics Club 43 Mairslml .ll 5. ll l'uutb.lll 4: lilslwihxlll 11 Trunk 2. Pl-133 'lil'-' 'HW' ll-Nl Llllkul Afmuall DV-1 lntiuimuriils l. 2, 3. Al: Proicitionist l. 2. 3' 4- 'mlm Gul' PI-131 Ml-"W 15 in thi' Alf' 3, 'lg Senior Buzz -'ig Latin Club 2, 1'll'ljlllfj4Y.' l5.xnil 2. 3. 'li Cllwrus 2, 3, 4 Driunntiis Club 2, 5, '11 Miuwlml 2, 4g ln tr.unur.ils li -11 liixkutlmill I. 2, 5, 4 lircnili Club. Hiwtiu'i.1n J. 51 lf'l4A 4. SENIOR PLAYS -I fl E SENIOR PROPHECY The year is 2000 A.D. and the scene is in the attic. Granny is searching for her extra set of false teeth in her trunk when she comes upon a shoe box, stuffed with old news- paper clippings and the like. She takes them one by one and soon becomes absorbed. Tully Times headlines in 1960-Graduate RN, Mary Ann Baker and local Agriculturalist Richard Dockstater elope to California where they intend to raise-peaches! The Tully Times was soon to become the most widely circulated periodical on the East Coast, with local Tully graduate, Linda White as Editor, whose life ambition was to be a journalist. Robert Steger, a "Summa cum laude" graduate of Syracuse College of Forestry, has now attained the position of chief Forest ranger atop Truxton Hill. Competition gets stiffer as it gets closer, doesn't it Carol? Apulia Station has finally gained fame on account of the newly created Briggs and Brown Art Studio. On the side, Shirley and Dick have found it necessary to reopen the Apulia School. Richard Gardner, who we could see was destined to fame, has now reached the position of Chief Flag Raiser on Staten Island. In his spare time, he practices his "rivival" speeches and plans to soon replace Billy Graham! Phil Reitano wandered for many years from place to place, seeking work in an orchestra as a trumpeter. He now has his own dance band and recently appeared in Carnegie Hall. Dale Mortis deserted the Navy because he was continually sea sick. Instead, he thought it best to remain stationary and so enlisted in the Army, he's a career man now! Donna Mayerle took a post graduate course at Tully Central in order to keep track of Harold. In more recent years, they've been raising "Brownies" Barbara Maahs, after much indecisiveness, attended Cortland State Teachers, majoring in Physical Education. She now administers a Recreation Center in Otisco. Lynn Usher, having acquired much knowledge handling money for the Class of '56, was recently appointed President of the Small Change Incorporated, a branch of the United States Treasury. Maggie Chapman and Bob Shute have decided to retire from Grange and enter the coal business. They are now raising little "Shutes." Susan Trach has gained her fame and fortune as the country's most prominent member of the society TAEHC! Jack Weisbrodt was recently appointed Secretary of Agriculture after gaining much experience working on farms surrounding Tully. Carol Krause, tired from chasing Bob, finally gave up and married Johnny! Davie Hoefer, having been jilted innumerable times, is now a leader in the world's largest YMCA. Mary Ryan, having become well acquainted with Phys. Ed. Cortland Cadets in High School, changed all of her previous plans and is now Supervisor of male practice teachers there. Maggie Hoag is now operating the Hoag "Learn to Fly" businessg the "one-easy--lesson school!" The Driver's Ed. course really helped, right, Mag? jim Hallenbeck, having gained practical experience, is now a national TV star under the name of "Dude Wrangler" alias, Terry Golden. Elinor Piper's ability to play basketball was brought forth in the Faculty-Senior game where a talent scout from the Harlem Globetrotters signed her immediately as appointed executive of the national committee on the Inflation of Basketballs. Bob Abbott, climaxing his brilliant career in school, is now Professor of Mathematics at Skidmore. After creating and patenting a self-service "Snack Wagon," Janet Glasgow retired on her first million. Having inherited his driving ability from an old art teacher of his, Clair Fuller is now the Proprietor of the Junk Yard, the largest of its type this side of the Mississippi. From her summer's work in Canada, Louise Comstock seemed to have gained much experience. This came to view when she took over Apulia's best loved Pizza Palace! Marshall Neuman established the first speedway in Tully's history. Anyway, Marshall's driving fstreetj has improved. Destined for fame, Peg Murphy, after receiving several education degrees at Cortland State, recently replaced Frances Horowitz on "Ding-Dong School!" Trilby Aldrich and Bev Kehrer leaped-over Niagara Falls in a barrel. Trilby, having received life saving instructions, swam away. Poor Bev was left to drown. Bob Aldrich, through previous connections, has recently been appointed Warden of the Rome State School. Mary Louise Drumm married Fred Stone. They now are in the pebble business. Recent reports from Mexico indicate that Caroline Fellows is,-one of the 10 most un- wanted criminals there. The shoe box empty, Marilyn Brown descends the attic stairs into the playroom of her estate on Skidmore Campus where she is confronted by her 75 howling kiddies! She is now in the state of exhaustion for this reminiscence has proved to be most trying. M .am JU 1011 CLASS First row: S. Wliite, M. Herold, L. Aungier, P. Granger, D. Hohart, -I. Kenyon, D. Granger, V. Hence, D. Baldwin. Second row: P. Henderson, S. Stewart, M. Richards. L. Rice, J. Laljrake, Mrs. cle Jung, aclvisorg J. Dunn, D. Piper, M, Miller, D. Maahs, P. Lathrop. Third row: R. Hillen- brand, T. Cowles, B. XWeisbrodt, E. Nurenlverg, S. Seeley, j. Currie, G. Olcott. Mr. Ferguson, Mr. VC'ing, advisors: S. Gambell, B. Wfood, C. Martin, S. Aldrich, I.. Bardwell, R. Spaulding. Fourth row: VU. Padget, J. Potter, R. Ramsey. W, Krawczuk, A. Siclcmon, B. Carlton, D. Blakeslee, H. Brown, T. Kavney, D. Darling, K. Stewart, D. Springston, J. Long, E. Wfortley, L. Currie, W. Baker. R. Ransom. F7 L , ,gj x 4 'r 1 ,. A .If 'J ' The beginning of our junior year started with a magazine contest. We participated in a number of other activities including a turkey supper in the fall along with a dance. The second semester started with a food sale, another dance and a paper drive. To round out our activity program we held the junior Prom at the end of the year. gvifflwvwfee GPHO ORES Kneeling: J. Rothery, P. Darling, B. Bathgate, D. Dc-Bottis, J. Hardy, B. Bolt, P. James. Seated G. Jansen, P. Kinney, K. Mitten, S. Kirkpatrick. S. Jenks, Mrs. Wilson, S. White, J. Drake, L Rothery, P. Currie, J. Holbrook. Standing: R. Stupke, R. Shorey. P. McDonough, B. Kingsely B. Kinney, J. Moyer. C. Smith, Mr. Pearse, K. McDonough, R. Martin, A. Brown, H Bugby, R. Bogart, E. Fish. Top row: R. Kingsley, R. Vandenburg, R. Griffith, L. Be-ak, T. Down- ing, F. Volles. Mr. Ransom. W. Benedict, G. Ackles, R. Sickmon, J. Kelley, B. Ellis, W. Hoagland P 3 ix gi X X A .fl I k X X V6 ell! v xox 5 I A I I x . We began our money-making projects this year with a magazine contest. The results proved victorious for us. In December we held a Mistletoe Hop and plan to have another dance in the future. We hope to have a supper or food sale later in the year. qwh FRE HMAN CLASS First row: R. June, K, Van Denberg, S. Currie, J. Fisher, J. Baker, B. Jones. B. Stupke, D. Kings ley. Second row: D. Tracy, I. Mayerle, L. Raut, M. Bailey. C. Wfhiting, Mrs. Locke, advisorg N Rice, C. Rice, Y. Elbert, S. Crosley, J. Conklin. Third row: R. Munson, D. Stewart, Holbrook K. Phelps, M. Steger, Mr. Moore, Mr. McKeon, advisorsg N. Henderson, B. Briggs. J. Moyer S. Brown. Fourth row: R. Krewson. R. Griffith, C. Hallinan, J. Fitzpatrick. R. Bush, T. Brown H. Spencer, R. Daggett, D. Raison. K. Lathrop. J. Ramsey, C. Leonard, XV. Herman. O QQJ ' .O ' l O X f . 3' S. tx?-gg . ' I Our money-making projects were started this year with candy sales to the grades. We are planning a dance in the near future. Since we are not planning a long Senior trip our projects will not be as numerous. Gwwiqllieh EIGHTH GRADE Kneeling: V. Rule, j, Millis, A. Graff. I. Blarney. l.. Peru. Ii. -l.insen. K. Hartwell. D. Piper, C Garrett, S. Spinner. D. Spaulding. Senteil: P, l.uril, l.. Giliher. li. Elmore, Kilts. j, Barnes. M Ryan, N. Riehlman. Mrs. Silva-rnnil. N, Kruger, S. Fuller, P. Ulixer, j, Raiison. j. Lzigstroni E. Henderson. li. Hzlrty. D. Downing. XX". Stuplce, Bishop, XV. Neuman, nl. Kelley. A. Cliurcli j. Ackles. S. Glassgow, B. Tum. Mr. Griffiths. K. Griffith. D. Herlihy, bl. Fenlon, G. Dunn M. Collar, K. Kenyon. S. Frlingc-l'. T, Hnmmk. M. Meylon. Henry. R. Biirncs, R. Fitzpaitrirk bl. Slingerland, E. Beiumlseu. :ii I vi " oem, rj-" SEVENTH GR DE Front row: K. Blair, B. Clay. C. Henry. P. Padget. J. Raison. S. Padget. A. Meylon. K. Bogart D. Andrus, K. Thompson, S. Rutherford, H. Rice. Second row: G. Wfood, j. Cook, S. Foster J. Moore, P. Leonard, A. Ripley, Miss Clay. B. Snyder. M. Aldrich. P. Eggleton. C. Dennis, D Leonard, B. Garrow. Third row: E. Rothery, K. Henry, K. Conklin, 'l'. Russel, G. Tracy, G. Church D. Eibert, H. Padget, Mrs. Howard, S. Cammell, L. Hoagland, T. Comstock, S. Holbrook, D Silvernail, W. Thompson, R. Griffith, D. Kanar. Fourth row: F. McDonough, R. Miller, J. Down ing, j. Millis, R. Ransom, K. Nichols. D. Earl, A. Bailey, J. Thomas, J. Hare, W. Millis. E. Gates A. Saulsbury, R. Bristol. J. Aldrich, M. Bishop OFFICERS Left to right: K. Conklin, L. Hoagland, S. Rutherford, D. Earl. 4 f 1 f ' x , X if-f' ' - X4!f"! l 19. nl Q1 A L ' , L, ' ' fl - F '. . . to thc youth of this community . . . Q I..1sl ii.1y in Ki.- Aiiii tliroiigli tliwi' thi! viii . . , first in thi' naw. pormlx pass . , "And su we iiuiiiutc tliix field . I Umfm-m, -'Q 'R ll'- ,r ., in-. wg aff, K ik W1 ' i ff m? -"' if i "-- - i i is ,Q ay if mr I " VII: Q' 'PF' 'atv '7 if -7 N if P0 -,, XO? U -I x X Q X! D x CN X ' K - N . N xx -,D X,Xf'x f LX- - ,,?. A C ff Sa- 1 X xxx ' gwnwnww ELEMENTARY 5.4 Morning Kindergarten Morning Kindergarten MRS. ANDERSON MRS. HAYES Afternoon Kindergarten First Grade MRS. HAYES MRS. NETTLETON First Grade First Grade MRS. KREWSON MISS MURPHY ELEMENTARY ll.A dei ' ,I I 'lx V X' " V . - L1 ,LK n V. , MRS, GLEASON MRS. GAMBELL Grade Two Grade Two MRS. MOORE MRS. BISHOP Grade Two Grade Three MISS SHAPELY MISS KNAPP Grade Three Grade Three ELEMENTARY . I X , ..,v Fourth Grade Fourth Grade MRS. PALMER MRS. BOICE 4 ' 4 N A.. 4 rs, an xg f Fifth Grade Fifth Grade MRS. NOLAN MISS DWYER i v.. . , vt Sixth Grade Sixth Grade MRS. DUNN MISS LONG gm r X 5' '.1 TW x - ' ' HONOR STUDENTS Left to riglmtz L. Rica E. Nurenhcrg, M. Hung. H. Brown, M. Baker, R. Briggs, D. Piper, j. Potter. Left to right: C. Fellows, L. Usher, j. Glasgow, D. Morris, T. Alclrich, L. Comstofk, L. Wlmite. Q U ff jdwjf -.Q-f JUNIOR-SENIOR SPEAKING CONTEST M ,.... ., K ' lf ' SV 'Ji f main ""5i K nanny? .raw Q ensuing! 'f2m 1 g,,...........--A-..K Vgfgiki Ki MJ! X5 Q' ak:-1 .mmgaag ga M w lllllll G Left to fight. K. Mmm. ls. srupkc. s. Kirkpatrick, F. Valles, J. Moyer, W. Wi' Hoagland, A. Brown, R, Bogart. TUDE T COUNCIL First row: D. Kanar, I.. Hoaglantl, DI. Glasgow. T. Altlritli, A. Mcylan, M. Mcylan. Sctontl row D. 'l'raty, C. XX'liiting. P. Hcntlurson, D. Gartlncr, 15, Stcgcr, D. Caixlncr, D, Iiarl. R. Ifitnpatritk. 'lliirtl row: bl. Holbrook. -I. Holbrook. VU. Hoagland, -I, Potter. F. Vollcs. R. Ramscy. -I. Ramwy. M. Ryan. M. Ritliarrls. 510 ti i '52.fa:f:g.. 4' ' MARSHALS First row: I.. Aungicr. C. Hartwell, S. Hcrlihy, S. Glasgow, j. Holbrook, M. Miller. I.. Wliitt' B. Maahs, T. Aldrich, P. Kinney, j. Kenyon. Y. Eibcrt. D. Baldwin. Second row: S. Tramli, S Jenks, M. Hoag, I.. Bartlwell, M. Brown, j. Glasgow. C. Martin, M, Ryan, B. Woritl. I.. Comstotk P. Murphy, B. Kchrcr, S. Fullur, B. Drumm, S. Brown, j. Holbrook, M. Ryan, C. Fellows. IE Piper, C. Wliiting. Third row: j. Dunn, M. Richards, R. Ramsey, -I. Ramsey, R. Doclcatatcr, R Briggs, G. Acklcs, R. Stcger, I.. Ilslier, F. Vollcs, H. Spencer, j. Long. R. Gardner. D, Morris. E. Wortlcy, Potter, W. Hoagland. R. Caralner, I.. Gilchcr, M, Maylan. 959 T7 BAD Front row: M. Brown, B. Krawczuk, W, Hoagland, S. Foster, J. Rothery, J. Cook, j. Dunn, T. Aldrich. Second row: C. Fellows, M. Hoag, L. White, B. Bathgate, G. Ackles, P. Reitano, S. Fuller, B. Ramsey, D. Baldwin, B. Krewson, D. Ames, T. Comstock, J. Ackles, C. Hallinan, J. Kelley, D. Cardner, R. Martin, K. Mitten. Third row: D. Herlihy, S. Glasgow, N. Reilhman, L. Gilcher B. Abbott, S. Crosley, J. Fisher, M. Ryan, M. Baker, Director: Mr. McKeon, B. Stupke, L. Com- stock, D. Hoefer, G. Dunn, R. Daggatt, C. Leonard, H. Padget, J. Long, C. Martin, E. Nurenen- 1 berg, P. Murphy. , FB 9' N sl' . M nfl 4 17, C ' 1 The Tully Central School Band under the direction of Mr. Burt McKeon had a full year of activities. For the first time the band has elected officers: Robert Abbott, pres- ident, Marilyn Brown, secretary, and Mary Ann Baker, treasurer. Many people were chosen to represent Tully in the different State and County or- ganizations. For the junior All-County Band Richard Cardner and Helen Padget were chosen. Senior All-County Band representatives were Louise Comstock, Caroline Fellows, Margaret Hoag, David Hoefer and Margaret Murphy, for orchestra, Cathleen Mitten. All-State Representatives were: Judy Rothery, Marilyn Brown, Suzanne Foster, Shirley Fuller, Philip Reitano. Tully was certainly well represented. The Annual Spring Concert gives the people of Tully a chance to hear the band. The State Music Competition and All-County Contest which the whole band participates in are big events on the Band's calendar. The favorite music of the band varies from section to section. The clarinet section enjoys playing "Stratosphere" while the trombones enjoy "Trombone Swing." However, the one number that the whole band enjoys is "Peacock's Fancy." This music with its Latin-American rhythm puts everyone in a festive mood, and is gaily received by all listeners. The Tully Central School Band has played good music, enjoyed by its listeners for many years in the past and will continue to for many years in the future. The school cer- tainly can be proud of its fine band. CHORU I-ront row: P. Granger, D. lialdxxin. S, XX hite. M. Heriiltl. -I. Rothery. R. vlamcs, li. llolt. -I. l'isher, I.. Aungier, D. Granger, Al. Hence. ll. jones. li. liathgate. Setond rmvg R, Ki-exvson, R. llulgarti Ci. xlansen. Il. Stuplte, T, Aldrich, D. Traty, C. Rite, P. Henderson, S. XX'hite, P. Currie. S. Cliwsly, D. INIaahs, S. Currie, Y, Eibert. bl. Dunn. li. Stuplce, R, Cartlner. 'lihird row: I.. Rice. -I. Ilolbroolt. M. Bailey. I.. Rothery, UI. Drake, S. Brown, S, Kirkpatrick, l.. XX'hite, li, Maahs, D. Piper, M, Richards, P. Darling, K. Mitten, M. Hoag. lfourth row: Mrs. XX'ilson. li. Nuremberg. R. Griffith. C. Fellows, N. Rice, M. Ryan. M. llroxvn, IS. Briggs, nl. Holbrook, C. Martin. li. Xwoocl. S. Brown, P. Murphy, I., Comstock. li. Keher. ISI. Drumm, R. Martin. VI. Moyer, K. Phelps. M. Baker, I., liardxvell, -I. Ramsey, D. Hillenbrand, Fifth row: T. Cowles. C. Halernan. H. liughy. j. Potter, P. Reitano, I., Currie. li. Abbott, C. liullcr, R. Siclcman, D, Springston. I.. Ilsher, K, Stewart, D, Blakesley, D. Hoefer, li, Carlton. R. Steger, bl. Long, D. Daggett. R. Dockstater, R. Ramsey, li. Krawcvuk, VI. I-lallenbeclc, W. Hoagland, Ci, Olcott. -I. Currie, The Tully Central School Chorus is now under the directorship of Mr. james Halbert who replaced Mrs. Wfilson in February. We are preparing to regain our "A" rating at the Annual State Music Competition, held at Syracuse University. The chorus is divided into two groups, Massed Chorus and Varsity Chorus. The Varsity is chosen on the basis of musical experience, scholarship, responsibility, and attitude. There are many songs that the Chorus enjoys singing, but "Wliere in the Wimrld But in America," "Madame Jeanette," are among the top favorites. The big event of the year will of course be the Spring Concert. We are planning to make this the best concert in the history of the school. We are confident that under the direction of Mr. Halbert we will have a very successful year. ffifl 5' , 1 Y ' A , ff V STOKETTES Luft to right: M, Murphy. M. Brown, C. Fellows, S. Brown, L. Comstock. M. I.. Drumn, M. Hong T. Aldrich. kv,....m -Q xx-.SNK ,- 1 n sg I I xl HARMANIACS is Standing, left to right: Mr. McKc0n, M. A, Baker, R. Ramsey, E. Nurcnbcrg, j. Long, j, Hollcn- beck, W. Hoagland, P. Rcitano, D. Hoefer, R. Dofkstater, L. Usher, L, Currie, R. Abbott. GIRLS' CHORUS Front row: B. Jones, S. White. M. Harold. P. Granger, K. Vzinrlenberg, B. Stupke, S. Crosley P Kinney, J. Baker, D. Kingsley, J. Henre, D. Granger. J. Rothery. Second row: J. Fisher, J. Krnyon Hurty, M. Bailey, P, Currie. K. Mitten, J. Drake, M. Miller, Mrs. Wilsrvn, M, Ryan, L. Rothery B. Mamhs, S. White, P. Darling, N. Henderson, S. Stewart, B. Kinney. Thirtl row: K. Phc pQ N Rice, D. Piper, L. Rice, R. Martin, L. Bardwell, B. Wlood, B. Keher, C. Smith, S. Brown K M'CDOn0ugh, Holbrook. S. Aldrich, Ivioyer, C. Wfhiting. S. Jenks, B. Briggs. J. Left to right: Mr. Halbert, J. Ramsey, L. Currie, B. Carlton, R. Dockstater, J. Potter, J. Curire, D. Hillenbrand, P. Mickelson, R. Krew4 A I -pf fi, ' 5 'Sb -. ,,,,.-9-. Q 7 - 55' '5 74.214 x X son, D. Blakcslee. R. Bogart, W. Hoagland. T., , r, . -. .9 ' -:-- "iQ 1 ,,-- V SPORTSMAN DRAMATICS CLUB Front row: R. Bogart. S. White, J. Rothery, L. Aungier, P. Kinney, B. Bathgate, J. Kenyon, M Herold, D. DeBottis. Second row: P. Darling, J. Holbrook, B. Maahs, L. Rothery, D. Piper, L Rice, M. Richard, K. Mitten, L. White, T. Aldrich, P. Currie. Third row: J. Dunn, M. Hoag, M Ryan, C. Krause, C. Martin, M. Drumn, P. Murphy, Mrs. Austin, L. Comstock, M. Baker, S. Brown M. Brown, E. Piper, C. Fellows, S. Trach. Fourth row: R. Ramsey, W. Hoagland, E. Wortley, R Dockstater, D. Mortis, R. Steger, L. Usher, D. Hoefer, T. Downing, C. Fuller, J. Long, R. Briggs R. Abbott, M. Newman, E. Nuremberg, P. Reitano, S. Seeley. OFFICERS P. MURPHY ............ .............. P refident E. NURENBERG ..... ........ V ice President B. MAAHS ........... ..,.. S en'etm'y-T1'ea.furer J. LONG ...... . .............. H l.fffH'l!H1 DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY "Quiet Weekend" 1' N , fl , ,,, 55' XM E Q X-, ill blv k k X 5 , ff A 'rf K 4 ik an A-w f ,gyu V ,A gk X u'-gg...-H. VM- my .1 , 5,3 A , ' I vw as .LMJWJQ 5- Y A , , I i J I ir me ati ' 5, f , , ,5 y 1 Y' 5' .4 5 52145 qw P- PE ADI KCLUB "" " ,. N., Jfrvw-1-4 p 1 , 2 . . av' VSIBL' Front row: Mr. Fergson. S. Aldrich. M. Herold, YI. Kenyon, S. Tixuh. C Krause. Serund row: Mrs. Dejung, P. Henderson, C. Fellows. I.. Comstmlc. D. Piper. I., Xwhite. V. Hume, M. Brown, Third row: P. Murphy, R. Steiger. S. Kirkpiitritk. li. Buthgnte. -1. Holbrook. R. Ramsey, M. Rithnrds. D. Baldwin, Glasgow. T. Aldrith, M. Bulcer. The Pen and Ink Club has published its own paper this year instead of 11 column in The Tully Times. This paper, Hi Times, comes out approximately every two or three weeks. This year the club is divided into two different groups, the editorial and the business. OFFICERS fn- : M - Bottom row: T. Cowles, J. Cur- rie, L. Currie, R. Aldrich, NW. Baker, P. McDonough. Second row: R. Dofkstatcr, J. Hollen- beck, C. Fuller, D. Darling. M. Neuman. i" ' ,xi .' I 551.6 x 0 ' Q'f-'UU , ' 'aka N i. ffurhf xi!" , 6, ,D X I 5 ,X 'Xu N O . 1, .5 ' ,f x 7 01 13 O70 21? 4' Q5 NEW YN O Om ,ft f 19 5 rn u- 3 -'-Q' 1 J' sew Os 4 'X' 0 O F.H.A. Seated: B. Bolt, P. james, j Fisher, Mrs. Locke, Advisor, li Stupkcg I. Maycrle, K. VanDcn berg. Standing: j. Conklin, j Baker, N. Rice, S. Stewart, S Brown, N. Henderson, B. joncs D. Hobart, D. Tracy. SCIENCE CLUB 77" The Science Club in its second year of affiliation with the FSA last spring captured first and fourth prizes in the Central New York Science Congress in Syracuse, This year Janet Glasgow brought national recognition to Tully by receiving Honorable Mention in being selected as one of the top 300 science students in the country for her research and achievement in science. We have 15 entries in this year's Congress and expect to con- tinue the club's success story. PROJECTIONISTS Front row: D. Kingsley, S. White, J. Conklin, D. Tracy, D, Piper, I.. Rice, S, Xwliite. P. Kinney, j. Fisher. Second row: W. Wc'isbrriclt, I. Baker, j. Glasgow, K. Phelps, Piper, l.. Comstock, Mr. Ransom, Advisor, M. Druinm, J. Holbrook, S. Tmch, M. Brtily. D. Stuart. D, Munson. Third row: B. Kingsley, W. Hoagland, R. Griffith, R, Dagget, R. Abbott, R. Steger, D, Springston, W Benedict, D. Hoefer, L. Usher, j. Kelley, D. Miller, Nurenberg, S. Seely. SUENIE ElU8S UHIMERIIR xt'f"f I JU 1011 RED cRoss Seated, left to right: D. Spaulding, J. Raison, Y. Eibert, J. Fenlon, Miss Clay, j. Cook, L. Pero, K. Bogart, B. Clay. Second row: E. Rothery, E. Henery. R. Munson, A. Church, C. Dennis, J. Moore, B. Turo, S. Foster, D. Leonard, W. Stupkey, D. Dowding, F. Harty. Third row: B. Briggs, C. Reed, N. Riehlman, C. Leonard, C. Hallinan, K. Lathrop, R. Griffith, B. Krewson, K. Phelps, C. Rice, M. Aldrich. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS ,I S S Seated: V. Rule, H. Rice, T. Hancock, E. Bishop, W. Herman, R. Munson, B. Clay Blair Second row: J. Millis, C. Hartwell, Y. Eibert, L. Pero, D. Piper, P. Leonard, K. Vandenburg, B. Snider, M. Lord, I. Meylere, j. Cook, S. Spinner. Third row: V. Hence, j. Baker, C. Dennis, B. Turo, J. Fenlon, M. Aldrich, Mrs. Howard, C. Rice, D. Leonard, J. Aclcles, S. Foster, J. Conklin, D. Spaulding. Fourth row: P. Eggleston, B. Briggs, L. Rothery, 1. Moyer, R. Martin, N. Riehlman, M. Ryan, S. Brown, B. Wood, S. Aldrich, K. Phelps, J. Moore. A. Ripley, M. Bailey, B. Stupkey. UN IOR YORKER CLUBS A F.T.A. C3 C12 I Seated, left to right: I.. Rotlmcry, P. Kinney, B. Bntlmgntu, J. Holbruuk, I.. Aungicr, J. Drake. Second row: S. Jenks, L. XVl1itc, S. NXfhitc, li, Maahs, Mrs. Gluxsun, Mrs. Willianrxas, J. Dunn, B. Kinney, S. Wl1itC, P. Darling. Standing: K. Mitten, Glasgow, Moyer, C. Smith, D. Hncfcr, Mr. Ransom, J. Kcllcy, M. Murphy, M. Baker, A. Brown, D. Hobart. L TIN CLUB First row: R. Munson, J. Glas- gow, S. White, Mr. Wing, Atl- visorg J. Dunn, J. Kelley. D. Baldwin. Second row: L. Rice, D. Kingsley, J. Baker, A. Brown. K. Phelps, Mi'. Pearse, Advisor, J. Holbrook, D. Piper, M. Bailey, P. Lathrop, P. Henderson. 'l'lmi11l row: K. McDonough, C. Halli- nan, R. Griffith, B. Kingsley, li. Wortley, H. Brown, J. Long Ii. Nurenluerg, J. Ramsey, C. Leon- nrtl. R. Martin. , A I . i' , . ' -J.. WE.:-Q .' , 1 7 ::' -' '. -. K gg, FRENCH CLUB First row: C. Martin, I.. Rice. Mr Wing, Advisorg S. Jenks, E Wortley. Second row: D. Bald- win, D. Stewart, S. White, D Piper, J. Long, J. Glasgow, W Krawczuk. R. Krewson. S. Kirk patrick. -4 fi! f f .1 -' J',,I-f' XX NK: I 'Z N.. g -. '-.., Xfk '- ' fx, , A 1.11 . - :Hu 'GT-'jx Q . . va- A "5 I QQ gi "' f- ,. " P:711Xif--41 "fir-.. Q-llmga Rf' ff git. V- W -Q Q .- - .y A h. r in , N '92-5 - J 4- ' X x b.3e,::"Nf'-, .H wg .- 2.x ., A 7vf..,'.,Qgm R. N .. . in H1 A ,Y si-ctibx ' ',v'T'+:f3Q'1..g-, Q- 5- Qfif'-"-. -if 'ifixfifb 0 F3515 A .4r:A1'f+s,:ff-f' w,"'3,fsS-Eff -:xxx . :J'l"4:F'1eff ,A RK? '5'-F' SNABN. W., nv ,C -,v - mx, .--X, X56 ,QQBS .Qi -N .' .fix-',., -'--55.1-523. , '5 -If N, N ws- 4 . fw wwf . b , W ex- L -1 1 - :Sf Q, , ' , :Ax NNW. E- ff, ' ' ' LN -QSQ'--Af--' if . .' - , 'L . ,:3,-.g::- t, 'Q fQf'qQY's 'Y' -r ' X ' ' x, . " 4 mia, 'QQ -5- .rgapw 292 2 . A .. bx' JQZNE gg 'L 'EX' xx 'i-:- .., 'L '-:FQNX ab . -ss Aww -X - gb .12 ,, Q I 9 , Q Q5 S if 5 Z wiv J v -iv! .1 1 X v ' N A 61- VARSITY CHEERLEADERS at Hiy ww First row: V, HL-mc. T. Alnlrich, P. C3l'Q1I1f.ICI', M. Herald. SL-mml rmv: M, Ryan, M, Hmmg, CQ. Follows, B. 1NIau1hs. JUNIGR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to right: M. Bzzkur, G. jams:-n, B. Bolt, D. Granger, I.. Comstock, fl' VE'-4 .L-5. Q? rl FOOTBALL ...ag . t uw Seatedi P. MtDonough, -I. Ramsey. il.. Cowles, C. l.eon.u'd. R. D.13.:ge1't. Kneeling: K. Stewart. D. Blakeslee, D. Springston. R. Doikstater. R, Abbott, j. Currie. D. lloefer. li. Carlton. R, Gardner, R. Briggs. Standing: Coath Clements. I.. lieak. H. Spenter, T. Downing. S. Seely. I.. Currie, lf. lfitrpatritk, F. Potter, R. Ramsey, G. Aekles. VU. Hoagland. K. Lathrope. P. Mitkleson. Our boys began the 'ii football season with a fine spirit and almost to the man looked like they enjoyed the game. Attendance at the practice sessions was very good and the boys worked hard. T.C.S. had the most solid team at every position in years. We were especially happy by being vittorious in the first game played on our new field. A Tully team never made a greater defensive performance as our team showed against high- scoring Elbridge. It was the best team effort of the year. Co-Captains Bob Abbott tcenterj and Dick Dockstate Qguardj did a fine job leading the team. Dick Gardner filled the other middle spot in the line and did a fine job. linds Dan Springston and Dave Hoefer played their end positions well. Hoefer did most of the punting in addition to his other chores. justin lfitzpatrifk, Judah Currie, and Bruce Carlton shared line and backfield assignments. The backfield trio of Ramsey, Potter, and Lou Currie clicked well as a unit. Potter did an excellent job calling signals. We were proud of our team and the manner in whith the players conducted themselves. ,msr+.s.g- . :V 3, f JU 1oR ARSITY BASKETBALL Front row: W. Hoagland, B. Baker, D. Shorey, co-captain, S. Seely, P. Mickelson, j. Fitzpatrick. B. Ellis. Second row: T. Hancock, R. Griffith, B. Bush, T. Brown, co-captain, B. Benedict, K. Stewart, G. Ackles, H. Spencer, L. Beak, K. Conklin. The junior Varsity team climaxed a good season by earning the fourth spot in the Onondaga County C.D. League playoffs. The squad was capably led by Bill Benedict and Stan Seely, co-captains. We hope they will continue to do as well as they advance to Varsity Play. Tully ............ Fabius ...................... 31 Tully ............ Elbridge .....,,...,.....,. as O ' , Tully .....,...... Onondaga Central .... 24 ' Tully . .,......... Jordan ...................... 38 ff ,171 Tully ..........., Lafayette .... .... 1 5 i ff Tully ............ Minoa .... .... 5 6 f' -f Tully ............ rabms .........,............ 43 in ' Tully ............ Elbridge ..........,....... 56 llgl'N rznlf, ' yi,-l:!::::7: , Tully ............ Onondaga Central .... 34 Ciigggggggfjg 1 Tully ............ Jordan ..,................... 4l X 1 my --..----... Egfayem .... .... 2 2 ,gp 'j 1 HMV -4-'----4.-- E303 -,,----- av.. 5 R 'u y ...,........ 29 ri ge ......... .,... 5 3 fi 5 W' K 6 V' , ins 8 Losses ,S 6' A ill Y . mt, ARSITY BASKETBALL 11, C'AR1,'1'0N D, 111.AKI3S1.1El? D. SPRINCISTON R. S'1'12C11ZR D. 11m-ful' D. lilnkcslcc' 1.. Currie R. Rnmsry 1 N V I.. 1'sl1c1' R' RANN11 15. Cnrltun D. Sp1'ir1gstnn R. Stcgcr R. Ahhnrr R. A1n1ricI1 R. Dmkstntcr M. Neuman bl. Potts-r P. RL'11L1I"lly 1.1. . .1 Lau Sgwingbtmu. R. Steyn. R, Ahlwtt. R. Dock- st.m-1'. -1. 1'wttc1', R. Al11ric11, R. Ramsey BASKIZTISALL SCOR12-BOARD CQ ITU 15 78 18 68 I8 55 18 55 -'1 12 16 21 17 25 15 5 1.7 2 13 5 ll 2 1 1 10 2 5 0 T17 218 189 182 159 311 70 67 22 22 10 6 2 4 0 AVG. l-'1.5 10.5 10.1 8.8 7.5 4.-1 3-9 1.5 1-3 0.7 0.5 0.5 0.-1 0.0 R. A111iO'l"1 1.. CI1'RRl1i .I. PO'I'A1'12R R. AI.DR1Cl11 R. DOC,KS'l'A'1'1 R 1' SN APS fi W AUTOGRAPH wwmwygy L4 Qgfwgvf N bi., 4. -D QQW WQEWZQAQ . 1? by ,WN QQ? 'mea iufg5"iie J ef 1 W' JM? W W W Y! MWMMM 3if,Wff ,WJ A I, ,, Mu XWHMXWQOM nf JJMJUW 221323 , WM ffL'W Mwiw eg-ff 0? JV -Q4 MM Jmwfyw QQZQQQU Q W MM A , ,Jw swag' SQQES-:QM OWWOEJW gi? in MMV V X x 6 MM YI! ln! Ytliuoh Arr TAVIQ MADE IAYIOI PUIMSOING CXPANV DAUA5, IFXAS 3 BGOSTERS Mr. and Mrs. S. Bardwell Bigsby's Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Bishop Donald Brown Forrest Brown . Richard Brown Walter Brown William Brown Cardner's Hardware Miss Jessie Clay Mr. and Mrs. Judah P. Currie, Sr Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Northrup Guy Dodge Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dorthey Miss Margret Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edinger Barry Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Evertt Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fellows Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fuller James Gambell Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gambell Randall Glasgow William Gleason Paul Harty William Hayes Alfred Hence Herbert Austin Mr. and Mrs. Robert George Herold Sr Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hoagland james Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kenyon Mr. and Mrs. john Kinney Loies Gift and Toy Shop Mr. and Mrs. Frand Long Mr. jack Long joseph Long Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mack Rhoda Martin Miss Cecilia Murphy Miss Lena McCormack Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Nurenberg Mr. and Mrs. Henry Padget Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Phelps Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ramsey Robert Ramsey, jr. 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