Karl R. Josker
The Schools Of Buffalo
> Bishop Timon High School
Karl R. Josker
Bishop Timon High School
601 McKinley Parkway, Buffalo
Is now Bishop Timon-St.Jude High School.
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I'm looking for a picture of the annex before it was torn down
I attended a dance in the late 50's and saw Paul Anka sing "Oh Diana" for 25 cents
yikes: Timon High!! I went to the annex on Como Street in '59 and the building below until 1963. I ran track (the mile in 4:53) and cross country (we were undefeated in dual meets in 1962). The school had a major baby boom when I was there but these days may need to close due to low enrollment.
Any other Timon Tigers out there??
The Timon Annex on Como was known as Nash Hall. In Freshmen year (1968) the annex newspaper was know as the Nash News. The cafeteria had the best Sloppy Joe's and Apple Crisp on the planet. Those were good days.
The annex (on Como) was an old telephone company building.You are right it was for the freshmen.Iniitiation for the freshmen in those days meant wearing a green and Yellow (gold) beanie.
Bishop Timon in the sixties had so many students that they had an annex on Como St. between South Park and McKinley. I believe that was used for just Freshman.