Follansbee High School - Forge Yearbook (Follansbee, WV)

 - Class of 1952

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gf., , :fn 1,3-x mi' L1 in FOR E W O R D 3 -N. Pi'-. As the years go on and memories grow dim, the remem brance of our high school days becomes faint. Time makes us for- get the things we hold dear, and so this Book was made to preserve the wonderful happenings of our school life. May you always find it a treasure of memories, an account of many happy hours spent in Follansbee High School. The Editors - Page 1 Q tells a storg in the Um MQ A WN W ., F '29 , pi Q -'v. -f--- ' size: ,sgwmfm U ' , ,gifs 5.253 is F533 ga Ea if ? if ,.,j" , mx, wt 'ff 2 lm: V Www 6 LH., M ,, A Ad, , . ..,,,L,. A.- . . VYVV A. Y. -v-- V - -----'-A--'R - - '-- '!"" "A i'au-gp Finn.: A"'1Ks ,Ig-3 Q' 9' W wa' fish 4' 'Q I -gg: vm 3 Q 'fm 4 ,, M iM. 0, 4 i ADMINISTRATION SENIORS ........ Class History .... Class Prophecy .. Senior Play . .. JUNIORS ....... SOPHOMORES . . . FRESHMEN ...... EIGHTH GRADE . 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J .,,., .I ,, pl.. .--..,. I1,,. ,- rf-' rein..-,. fF.w-awaww.:':4f--,lfgfggzzafv-iii., ff . ,f:,1fffV.,'7' ,,-,i'Qm:.f,. if-i'11epg-f'4f9f' +:f?f'i3F5?1"f' 1QuJ.,v5,,..,----.,,.,- L-mf. V f- J V ,. D+' ...gg . 51:11 ,A gf.3.,:.:,:-t5,A.1'qgff. if,:?ag5:1x,,7F3:pit'-SFIFMA:' . gf .Y - wg j ,:.:'.gj-f:,1.-.. . Afiifz'-jl"1fQ"J'1: 391.2 '-Q-1-' Nei' ,Q in ' .ah '-. ' if .-'sq ' akkynk. V 1 f 4- ...gf -,JF .fy-!g .ffm ,wi ' ' x- '-" ':"ViAf1:,. If: 'v ' ' ' admini tration Page 5 00 a. m. ADMINISTRATION I Assi.slan.t Supvrinlvmlvlzt Mr. Glen Smith S111w1'inI1'r1llvnt of Schools Mr. Oleu R utun Prinwipul Mr. YY'iIIiam C. Hood A.B.WIesl Liberty Stale CUI I e-gre IWI.A. Univffrsilx' 01 Pillsburgll Page 6 I I Sf'1'r1'Ia1'x' III rs. Robert iiIlil11 Board- of Educaiinn W. N. Burton Mr. MF- .I. A. IVIu1h0IIen Dr. H. A. Sporck Mr. Frank Carey MF- Joseph Funk OLIVE ARBAUGH English A. B.. Mount Union College M. Litt. Univ. of Pittsburgh CLEMENTINE BISHOP American History A.B. Wlest Liberty State College M.A. West Virginia University ESTHER CARE Music B. S. in Music Education Pennsylvania State College CARLIN DODRILL Physical Education Assistant Coach A. B. West Liberty State Ccfl. M. A. West Virginia University W. J. HERVEY Physics, Chemistry, Shop Math. B. S. Bethany College Bass? NY' W. O . . . Anytime MILDRED JEAN BERRY Vocational Home Economics A. B. Marshall College HOM ER S. BODLEY Biology B. S. Ohio State University M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh JAMES CAREY Science B. S. West Liberty State College A.B. West Liberty State College Dayton University FRED HAMILTON Industrial Arts B. S. Efl. Vlfest Virginia Univ. M. A. Vllest Virginia University SHIRLEY G. JOHNSON Speech, English, Dramatics M. Litt. Univ. of Pittsburgh A. B. Salem College AMY JOLLEY English A. B. West Liberty State Col. M. E. University of Pittsburgh FRANCES MAHAN Latin, English A. B. Western Reserve Univ. RUBY MCQUILLAN French, Journalism, English, Dean of Girls A. B. West Virginia University M. A. West Virginia University ESTHER POWER English, History, Arithmetic A. B. Bethany College M. Litt. Univ. of Pittsburgh JAMES SKEWS Social Studies, Science, Biology A. B. West Liberty State Col. M. Litt. Univ. of Pittsburgh V . L .35 rf' ... ""' ei .A .g ',:.,', 2 wiv Page 8 Faculty FRANK LONGEVITSH Mechanical Drawing B. S. Fresno State College California State Teacher's College. CATHERINE MAN ION English, History A. B. West Liberty State Col. M. A. West Virginia Univ. LIBERATORE ORSINI Typing, Commercial Arith. A. B. West Liberty State Col. ALFRED RIGNER Bandmaster B. S. Music Education Muskingum College M. A. University of Michigan RUBY SMITH Geography, History, Science A. B. West Liberty State Col Faculty KATHERINE TRAUBERT ALBERT L- WELLS ANTHONY J. CAMPANELLI Librarian, History Mathematics Typing, Shorthand B. S. West Virginia University A- B- West Libefti' State B. Erl. Duquesne University M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh p College- s Y i FRANCIS FRESHWATER Mathematics A. B. Salem College M. A. University of 3 THOMAS J. HILL s Driving, Social Studies A. B. Ripon College WILLA THOMPSON Bookkeeping, General Business, Office Practice A. B. Bowling Green College M. Ed. University of Pittsburgh KATHLEEN JAMES English A. B. West Virginia M. Litt. Univ. of Pittsburgh SALLY TENNANT Vocational Home Economics A. B. Fairmofnt State College M. A. Columbia University JUNE ANDERSQN ARGUS WINTER Physical Euclcation Histor Cod h A. B. West Virginia University A A B ilgavis ind Elkins College Page 9 Q3 BUSY BEES . . . YEAH, FOLLANSBEE EVERYBODYS PAL . . , MAD SCIENTISTS BOOKWORM5 . . . HOMEWARD BOUND . . . EYERYBOIJY SIN Page 10 ,Z Y 'X . - f' ,ifg 7 f2QQi f f 'Lf 4' 77 , iii? 72? Z ' 5 f 1 f x Q ,gif T x. 1 " xy 'af' A . ,Z , A xx 41 K3 A' , L , g f f 74 5 J T fi f ' 1 . - f f' , 1 , f. A . -f Q. 1 1 f , ,f 7' 2 3 5 2- " f A ' ' " - -- -- - - .,f 'W ' if' 'I ' f ' 4 !fY47 A , 4 I f f -f A 1 , N 11,4 A-- - ff ,f 5. SQ Z QQ VZ K ff? A f J ff - " ' ' --iifi fr . 1 A ,Q 1, ' enior :30 a. m. Now is The Hour . . . Meg WM OFFICERS President: john Zak Yice-Presidelllz Uominic 'l'ellicci0'tti Secrotary-Treuslxrer: Joanne Thornburg Page 12 SPONSORS Mr. James Skews Miss Shirley JOIIIISOII Mrs. Charles Arbaugh Mrs. Lee Mahan Mr. Homer Bodley Louis Acccttolov-"Lou" General Iune Asfour-f-".lunie" Commercial Cirl's Cleo Club, Dramatic Club Carolyn Ash--G'Dimples" Commercial Commencement Chorus, Commercial Club, Girl's Glee Club, Y.F.C. Harry Bain-J5Bud,' General Stanley Barezinsky--HBerle" General Football William Bish--"Bill" Vocational Hi-Y, Dramatic Club Patricia Blackburn-'LPat" Commercial F. H. A., Senior Y-Teens, Commercial Club Mary Lou Bonow-"Mary Lou" General Library Club, Senior Y-Teens, Senior Play Cormnercial Club Mina Bowman-HMina" Commercial Commencement Usher, Commercial Club, Cotton Blossom Minstrel J olin Cain-"Killer" Commercial Page 13 Beverly Campbell-"Bevey,' College Preparatory David Caplan-"Dave" Colle e Pre arator g P Y Junior and Senior Plays, Reserve Basketball, Dramatic Club, Masque and Gavel, Forge and lngot Staff, Boy's Glee Club, Baccalaureate Usher, Cotto'n Blossom Minstrel, Thespiang Betty Capriotti-'cCap" Commercial Senior Y-Teens, Commercial Club Tom Care-"Harvey" College Preparatory Masque and Gavel, Forge and Ingot Staff, Student Council, Hi-Y, Boy's Glee Club, .lun- ior and Senior Play Usher, Commencement Usher, Junior Ring Committee Margaret Carrigan-"Muggie,' Commercial Junior Y-Teens, Sub-Debs, Commercial Robert Cazin-"Erin General Dramatic Club, Boy's Glee Club, Junior and Senior Play Usher Eleanor Ceglie-"Norie,' General Club Senior Y-Teens, Usher's Club, Commercial Club, Teacl1er's Secretary. Della Cheek--"Shortie" College Preparatory Junior and Senior Y-Teens, F. H. A. Dramatic Club Harry Ciccarelli-"Chick,' General Student Council, Football, Basketball, Base- ball, Forge and Ingot Staff, Junior and Senior Play Usher Antonette Ciccolella-"Chien Commercial Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Commercial Club, Teacher's Secretary Page 14 E Jack Copenhaver-"J ack" General Ju11ior Class Carnival. Ellnora Crites--"EH" Ccfmmercial National Honor Society, Masque and Gavel, Commercial Club, Student Council, G. A. A. Pep Club, Y-Teens. Martha Curtis-'LMart" General Library Club, F. H. A., Dramatic Club, Thespians, Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Commercial Club, Junior Play, 'llumbling Team, Chemistry Club, Teachefs Secretary. Lena D'Aurora-6'Honey,' Commercial Sarah Davis-uSally', Commercial Majcfrette, Junior Y-Teens, Library Club, Teacher's Secretary, Y. F. C. Betty Belong-"Betty,' Commercial Cirl's Clee Club., Junior Y-Teens, F. H. A., Commencement Chorus, Bed Cross Council. Robert DeStefano-uBob,' General Basketball, Band. Margaret Di'Paolo-'lMaggie" Commercial Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Coinmercial Club, C. A. A., Forge and lngot Staff, .lunior Assembly, Junior Carnival. Ralph DiRemigio-"Ace" General Football, Track, Forge and Ingot Staff, Dramatic Club, Hi-Y, Chemistry Club, Junior Class Play. Phillip Douley-nPhil" Reserve Football and Basketball, Baseball, Reserve Football and Basketball, Baseballfi Football, Basketball and Baseball Manager, Senior Play. Page 15 WPCF? Barbara Eckersberg-'lBobby" Commercial Senior Y-Teens, Sub-Debs, Forge and Ingot Staff, Spring Music Festival, Junior Play Usher, Dramatic Club, Commencement Chorus, Girl's Glee Club, Junior Assembly, Commercial Club. Peggy Edwards-uPeg,' College Preparatory Juniofr Y-Teens, F. H. A., Dramatic Club, Forge and Ingot Staff, Girlis Glee Club, Commencement Chorus. Peggy Engstroni-uPeggyi' Commercial Commercial Club. Shirley Everson-uShirley" College Preparatory Dramatic Club, Thespians, Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Masque and Gavel, Forge and Ingot Staff, Girl's Glee Club, Band, Junior and Senior Plays, Chemistry Club, Ccfmmence- ment Chorus, Library Club. Anna Ferrante-J4Lizzy" College Preparatory Sub-Debs, G. A. A., Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Dramatic Club, Thespians, Masque and Gavel, Usher's Club, Forge and Ingot Staff, Girl's Glee Club, Student Council, Junior Play, Teacher's Secretary, Spring Music Festival. George Foresha-4'Georgie', College Preparatory Track, Boy's Glee Club, Juniofr and Senior Class Plays, Reserve Football, Forge and lngot Staff. Grace FreshwaterfG'Grace,, College Preparatory Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Usher's Club, Forge and lngot Staff, Junior Play Usher, Teacheris Secretary, Girl's Glee Club, Commencement Chorus, Junior Red Cross Ccfuncil, Baccalaureate Usher. Harry Freshwater-uFrosty,, College Preparatory Boy's Glee Club. Williani Gacld-fGGabby', Vocational Stage Manager, Commercial Club, Y.F.C., Chemistry Club. Jack Gassner-MJ acliw General Hi-Y. Page '-we fi? was HQ? Robert Geary-"Bob" Vocational Baseball, Chemistry Club, Hi-Y, ,lo Ann Gelardy'-L'Sugar,' General Girlis Glee Club, F.H.A., Dramatic Club, Masque and Gavel, Thespians, Usher's Club, ' Junior Y-Teens, Teacher's Secretary, Baccalaureate Usher, Junior and Senior Plays. Arlene Hoke-"Ar" Commercial Commencement Chorus, Girl's Glee Club, Senior Y-Teens, Commercial Club. Mary Ann Homono-"Mary Ann" General Ruth Nell Hooper-G'Nellie', General National Honor Society, Dramatic Club, G.A.A., S.0.S.S., Girlis Glee Club, Majorette, Masque and Gavel, F.H.A., Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Chemistry Club, Commencement Chorus, Senior Play. Geno Iafrate-"Bimbo" Vocational Hi-Y, Junior Class Carnival, Cotton Blossom Minstrel. Robert Iannucci-"Pork" General Fred Izenson-uFred" College Preparatory Bcfyis Glee Club, Masque and Gavel, Dramatic Club, Forge and Ingot Staff, Junior Town Meeting, Cotton Blossom Minstrel, ,lunior Play Usher, Senior Play, Commencement Usher, Thespians. J uanita Johnston-HJ uanitaw College Preparatory Varsity Cheerleader, S.O.S.S., Masque and Gavel, G.A.A., Commencement Usher, Teacher's Secretary, Girl's Glee Club, Homecoming Queen. William Kinder-uTom', General Band. Page 1 7 Marilee Kohoutfl'Snoosh" General ,lunior Y-Teens, Commencement Chorus, Masque and Gavel, Chemistry Club, Y.F.C. Artemis KyriakodisfHArtemis', General Commercial Club, F.H.A., Masque and Gavel. Tumbling Team Pete Lakios-3iSwabbie" Commercial Stage Manager, Commercial Club. Lois Lantz--'ll.ois,' Commercial ,lunicr Y-Teens, F. H. A., Girl's Glee Club, S. O. S. S., Teacher,s Secretary, Forge and Ingot Staff. Ronald Lash-'GlVlareoni', College Preparatory Hi-Y, Boy's Glee Club, Track, Reserve Footleall. William Mallanqalwilcl Billt' General Ronald Mains-l'R0n" Commercial Football, Basketball, Baseball Shirley Mayerliick-L'Sl1irl,' College Preparatory ,lunicfr and Senior Y-Teens, Dramatic Club, Thespians, Masque and Gavel, S. 0. S. S., Chemistry Club, Majorette, Girl's Glee Club, ,lunior and Senior Plays, Forge and Ingot Staff, G. A. A., National Honor Society Shirley Mayhewf'lSl1ir" General Varsity Cheerleader, Commencement Usher, Girl's Glee Club, Sub-Debs, G. A. A., .lunior Y-Teens, Teacher's Secretary, Forge and Ingot Staff. ,lane lVlcDarmont-"J anie" Commercial Sub-Debs, G. A. A., Dramatic Club. Thespians Varsity Cheerleader, Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Forge and lngot Staff, Junior Ring Committee, Commencement Usher, F.H.A., Girl's Glee Club, Teacher's Secretary Page 18 James Meca-l'Honey" General Dale Mellon-"Mellon" Vocational Frank Miller-"Moose" Commercial Chemistry Club. Ronald Miller--'6Red,, General Boy's Glee Club. Jo' Ann Millington-5'.loan,' Commercial James Mirasola-"Mars" Commercial Usher's Club, Baccalaureate Usher, Forge and Ingot Staff, Spring Music Festival. Virginia Moran-"Sis" Commercial F.H.A., Commercial Club, Masque and Gavel, Teacher's Secretary, Y.F.C. Shirley Murray-"Shirl" College Preparatory Band, Junior and Senior Y-Teens, F.H.A., Thespians, Dramatic Club, S.O.S.S., Masque and Gavel, Junior and Senior Plays, Com- mencement Chorus, Girlls Glee Club, Forge and lngot Staff. Virginia Murray-i'Ginny,' General Commercial Club, F.H.A., Library Club, Junior Y-Teens, Dramatic Club, Teacheris Secretary. John Nicodemus-"Nicky', College Preparatory Hi-Y, Junior Play Usher, Cotton Blossom Minstrel. Page 19 N , Joseph Orecchio-uCoach,' Commercial Thomas Ou ghton-HB unnyw General Usherls Club, Masque and Gavel, .lunior Play Usher, Dramatic Club, Boyis Glee Club. Rose Palma--uRow', Commercial Junior and Senior Y-Teens, F. H. A., Usher's Club. Louise Pannett-uSis,' General Senior Y-Teens, Girl's Glee Club, Y.F.C. John Pastrick-"J ohnnyw Vocational Band. Dominic Pellicciottif"Day-Day" General Varsity Football., Track, lngot and Forge Staff, Commencement Usher, Senior Class Picture Committee, Vice-President Senior Class. Mary Ann Pellicciotti-'4Pell'l Commercial Sub-Debs, Versity Cheerleader, G. A. A., Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Teacher's Secretary. Adam Petrulovich-"Leuch,' College Preparatory Hi-Y, Dramatic Club, Track, Football, Junior Play, Masque and Gavel, Forge and lngot Staff, Student Council, Junior Class President. Dolores Preat-'5Dee,' Commercial Girls' Glee Club, Senior Y-Teens, Commercial Club, Teacl1er's Secretary, Commencement Chorus. Joseph Puzsar-'6Legs,' General Forge and Ingcft Staff, Track Manager, Reserve Basketball, Commencement Usher, Red Cross Council, Spring Music Festival, Page ZQ K-asm? AW .NBR S695 Edna Quaranta-'4Edna', Commercial Junior and Senior Y-Teens, G. A. A., Junior Play, Usher's Club, Junior Class Carnival, lngot Representative. Richard Raineri-'4Mouse Meat" Commercial Library Club. Emma Reed-"Emu Commercial F. H. A., Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Dramatic Club, Junior and Senior Plays, Commercial Club, Junior Class Carnival, Red Cross Council. Ronald Reese-g'Rees,' Commercial Baccalaureate Usher, Chemistry Club. LaVonne Regan--'6Levie,' General Junior Y-Teens, Y.F.C., Teacher's Secretary Yvonne Regis-uVonnie" General Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Library Club, Band, Masque and Gaven, S.O.S.S., Commercial Club, Dramatic Club, Girlis Glee Club, Commencement Chorus. Josephine Saggio-uJo" Commercial F. H. A., Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Y. F. C., Tumbling Team. Robert Schenfele-'LBob" , College Preparatory Usheris Club, Football, Dramatic Club, Baseball. Robert Schevlin-uScl1efty" Vocational Reserve Football, Boy's Glee Club, Y.F.C. Kenneth Schwertfeger-'6Ken', Vocational Stage Manager, Hi-Y, Band, Boyls Glee Club, Junior Class Play. Page 21 Ella Mae Simmons-"Masie" Commercial Junior and Senior Y-Teens, F.H.A., Girl's Glee Club, Commercial Club, S.O.S.S., Teacheis Secretary, Red Cross Council. John Simonetti-NJ ohnny" General Forge and Ingot Staff, Football. Joanne Slanchik-"Joanne" Commercial Junior and Senior Y-Teens, S.O.S.S., Dramatic Club, Majorette, Forge and Ingcft Staff, Commencement Usher, Girl's Glee Club, Junior Play Usher, Commencement Chorus, T'eacher's Secretary. Margaret Smerecansky-"Smerkie', Commercial Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Girl's Glee Club, Commercial Club, Commencement Chorus. Frank Standardi-"Jazz" College Preparatory Phyllis Summers-"Phil" Commercial S.O.S.S., Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Commencement Usher. Phyllis Taylor-uPhyl" General Commercial Club, Junior and Senior Y-Teens., Girl's Glee Club, Junior Play Usher, Commencement Chorus, Y.F.C., Dramatic Club, Teacher's Secretary, Junior Class Carnival. Joanne Thornburg-'LJo',' College Preparatory National Honor Society, Forge and Ingot Staff, S,O.S.S., Thespians, Dramatic Club, F.H.A., Junior and Senior Y-Teens, G.A.A. Junior Class Play, Masque and Gavel, Girl's Glce Club, Majorette, Student Council, Commencement Usher. Victoria Tridico-4'Vickie" Commercial Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Usher's Club, G.A.A., Sub-Debs, Commercial Club. Paul Tripodi-"Tripi" General Page 22 .f:2:-s-"-:- W X. .zrsav -H ' ' 1 O 4 li - 3 --2- A f " ' " ' -:S -. :EK:" .E-3 55' e li ,.iE.f:?i I tial! ff. gigs a at lie 9' km s 1 g A. N 9 rr-MW' ,W -..ef ., 3, X 1.1 Q. ' g,i'a ...' -: .1:5iZ:Si-:3"f-357. Z""Z' 'mx , ' ?.'.4l':'- . "Q'3?3f' H wfix' ' t . u f ef in G N D3 T Ruth Varner-"Ruthie" Commercial G. A. A., Masque and Gavel Girlls Glee Club, National Honor Society, S. 0. S. S., Com- mercial Club, Forge and lngot Staff, Junior Play, Junior Y-Teens, Student Council, Baccalaureate Usher, F. H. A., Teacherk Secretary, Commencement Chorus, Valedictorian. Donald Vejvocla-L'Don,' College Preparatory Student Council, Junior and Senior Plays, Orchestra, Thespians, Dramatic Club. William W'allace+-uBill" Vocational Walter Wauglx-'LRed" General Stage Manager, Band, Chemistry Club Harry Welclx-"Hi,' General Hi-Y, Masque and Gavel. Earl Wendtfc'Buck" College Preparatory Football, Basketball, Baseball. Carl Wilcox-c'Carl,' General Junior Play Usher. Denny Willianls-66Denny,' College Preparatory Hi-Y, Student Council, Football, Rdsketballv Track, Commencement Usher, lL1Ili0r P1355 Forge and lngot Staff, Senior Class Picture Committee. Joyce Wriglit-"Joy" Commercial V Commercial Club, luniclr and Senior Y- Teens, Y. F. C., Band, Teacher's Secretary, Junior and Senior Plays Usher. Maxine Yvright-"Macky" Commercial Junior Y-Teens, F. H. A., Sub-Debs, Masque and Gavel, G. A. A., National Honor Society, Forge and Ingot Staff, Usher's Club, Dramatic Club, Girl's Glee Club, Commercial Club, Teacher's Secretary, Salutatorian. Q Page 23 Norean Wright-'LFritzie" ! W College Preparatory ' Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Library Club, ' Cirl's Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Thespians, - National Honor Society, F. H. A., Chemistry Club. Esther Yachini-S'Yack', Commercial Junior and Senior Y-Teens, Usher's Club. John Zak--"Bunny" Vocational Student Council, Boy's Glee Club, Forge and Ingot Staff, Chemistry Club, Senior Class Play, Junicrr Play Usher, Commencement Usher, Baccalaureate Usher, Football, Basketball, Track. Mary Lou Zeigler-"Zeiggy" Commercial Commercial Club, Y. F. C., Teacber's Secretary, F. H. A. Class Flower Rose Class Motto If is U 'Pugh mud that leads to the heights of greatness. Class Colors Red and White Page 24 . Time Marches On . . . i As Commencement activities and the end of our days at F. H. S. draw near, let us turn back the hands of time and recall some of the highlights of the days spent here. lt seems only yesterday that we entered the doors of Follansbee High School for the first time. Although we were only Junior High School students we soon learned that the studies and activities required more effort than they had in grade scho'ol. Y In Grade eioht we were honored to have Shirle Everson and Norean Y ' U o l Y Y i Wright as the Golden Horseshoe contest winners. Selected as Outstanding eighth graders were Tom Care and Joanne Thornburg. As we entered our Freshman year we began to take a greater part in the activities of the high school. W'e were joined by a group of Students from Col- liers, which enlarged our Freshman class. The Freshman basketball team was undefeated, and took the Brooke County championship in the Freshman team category. Students from Edgewood and Saint Anthony's joined us in our Sophomore year. Mary Ciccarelli and Ruth Nell Hooper were voted the most popular Soph- omores. Adam Petrulovich, John Zak, and Ruth Varner were chosen to lead us in our Junior year. We especially remember our first big production, our Junior play, '6Men Are Like Streetcarsfi The Halloweien Carnival was a great success, and from it we gained the necessary finances for the biggest event of the year, the Junior-Senior prom. We honored the class of ,51 with a dance at tllQ' Ogle- bay Park Pine Room. Because of their participation in schoczl affairs, Eddie Davis, Joe Puzsar, Donald Vejvoda, James Mirasola, Anna Ferrante., Juanita Jcrhnston, Ella Mac Simmons, Shirley Mayernick, and Jane lVlcDarmont were chosen to attend B0y's and Girlis State. At last the time had come, our underclass days were Over! We were Seniors. Vie chose John Zak, Dominic Pellicciotti, and Joanne Thornburg to pilot us, We remember fondly the great success of of our Senior play, 'hlune Wedding." Harry Ciccarelli and Denny Willianis captained our football team which once again defeated Weirton and Wfellsburg and lost the O.V.A.C. championship by cfnly one-half point. Our team was rated third in the state and Denny Williams was chosen for all-state honors. Juanita Johnston reigned as the first Homecoming Queen of Follansbee High School, and acting as her attendants were Joanne Slanchik, Joanne Thorn- burg, Ruth Nell Hocfper and Ruth Varner. A new scoreboard was presented to the high school by the Booster's Club. John Zak led the basketball team. The Senior Class of '52 enjoyed the first all night prom in the history of F. H. S. Fofr individual honors, Joanne Thornburg, an active member of our class, performed for nine years as a majorette in the F. H. S. band. As we leave Follansbee High School for the last time as students, we will carry vivid memories of our life here. The dances after the games, the Inter- Club proms, the pep assemblies and the club activities will remain forever in our minds. Nor shall we forget the many teachers who have helped us through the years to' prepare for the life ahead of us. To them and to all who have made our school life complete, we wish to express our deepest appreciation. Page 25 Around 'the Clock . . . Blue Nlonclay . . . Shop exhibition ..,4 A Il in il rluy . . .Arlisl ut work All work, no play . . . Good form . . . 'flxoso spring afternoons... .loin the Orowll. . . . Ain'i slm sweet? Harml ul work . . . Mmm, smells good! After ilu: game is ovpr . l . You 4lon't say . . .llomvzuld gzvl il . -.Rl,S,d,lA, llll' Prffqv 26 At Follansbee High Crowd roars . . . Down Yonder . . . lf it wPro11't for them Slowpokos As we pass from our portals . . . Swell guy . . . Always on the job...Maul 5-crumble Keep the school fires hurniug . . . just like ohi times . . . Rc-igns supreme. . Deep in thought Sweet music . . . Prize winner . . . Check that pose . . . Renminbi-r him? p. Musick, Music, Music Page 27 Time Will Tell . ln the den of the T.N.C.U. Lodge, fThey Never Caught Usl in the year l9- 82, we find the three most eligible bachelors in the country. Adam Petrulovich, millionaire geologist, John Simonetti, noted humorist and lecturer, and David Caplan, lawyer-playboy, discussing their almost forgotten days spent at Fol- lansbee High School. After many telephone calls and telegrams, their research on the plight of their former classmates came to light. I Mary Lou Ziegler is secretary to John Zak, principal of Follansbee high sc iool. . , Norean Wright is Nobel Prize winner for the year 1982 for her outstanding achievements in bio-chemistry. Denny Williams is the dean of NBC sports telecasters. lAttache to the American Embassy in Japan is Lieutenant-General Harry We ch. The Donald Vejvoda pharamcy chair is monopolizinz the business in thc Northeastern states. Victoria Tridico and Mary Ann Pellicciotti are chief rhumba instructors at the New York studio of Arthur Murray. Residing in vine-covered cottages were Ellnora Crites and the former Sally Davis, Marilee Kohout, Peggy Engstrom., JoAnn Gelardy, Juanita Johnston, Yvonne Regis, Louise Pannett, Ruth Varner, and Rose Palma. Head of the hostess employment bureau for Trans-World Airlines is Phyl. lis Summers, capably assisted by Maxine Wright. Joanne Slanchik is the first grandmother to swim the English Channel back and forth non-stop. Converting the heathen on Mars is Rev. Robert Scllevlin. Edna Quaranta, Josephine Saggio, LaVonne Regan, Virginia Moran., Ruth Hooper, Mary Ann Homono, Eleanor Ceglie, Della Cheek, and Martha Cllrlifi are serving as nurses at the John Nicodemus Pediatric Hospital located on the old site of Follansbee high school. We find Joe Puzsar and Frank Miller as Strip mine owners, worth millions. Paul Tripodi, Kenny Schwertfeger, Carl Wilcox, Earl Wendt, Harry Bain, 'l'om Kinder, and Pete Lakios are truck mechanics for the Dale Mellon trucking firm, of which Betty Delong is secretary. Lois Lantz is head of the Secretarial Employment Bureau at Washington, D. C., and her aid is Beverly Campbell. Dominic Pellicciotti is head of the national basketball league and is assisted by Ralph DiRemigio. Walter Waugh, Richard Raineri, John Cain, J ack Copenhaver, Robert Ian- nucci., James Meca and Johnnie Pastrick are representative members of the U. S. Navy for the Foreign Legion in southeast Africa. James Mirasola owns a chain of grocery stores, the main branch of which is in Follansbee. Manufacture of Chryslers at the General Motors plant is supervised by Shirley Mayernick. We find Ronnie Mains wiring skyscrapers just built by the Ronald Lash En- gineering Corporation. As onelof the greatest motorcyclists ever to appear in Madison Square Gar- den, we find Bill Mahan. Page 28 A big black hearse goes past the window Uf the club driven by Bill Bish on the way to his undertaking establishment. In the dental office of Dr. Ronald Miller, we find .loann Millington work- ing as receptionist. The new branch manager cf Macys' departlnent store we find to be Harry Freshwater. Also working in Macys' as their chief certified public accountant is .lde Orrechio, ably assisted by his secretary Emma Reed. Captain Enterprise, better known to us as Bob Schenfele, told us that Frank Standardi is planning a trip to the moon where he will establish resi- dence. His trip is being financed by that rich philanthropist Bill Wallace. The brilliant Tom Care, aeronautical engineer, is building a new atomic plane for marine ace Bob Cazin. Bob DeStefano is the new rage of the bobby-sox crowd and his recording of uCornet Rag" is selling like hot cakes. Playing pro football and acting as manager of the Cleveland Browns is Harry Ciccarelli. Margaret DiPaolo is the beautician of Mina Bowman who is running for president on the Republican ticket. Among the big names in the commercial art field we find ,loyce Wright, Virginia Murray, Louis Accettolo, Peggy Edwards, and .lack Gassner. Professor of dramatics at Wellesley is Shirley Murray. Joanne Thornburg is professor of the music department at P. C. W. Various other classmates fmind engrossed in the teaching profession are Phyllis Taylor, Ella Mae Simmons, Margaret Smerecansky, Phil Donley, Dolores Prcat, George Foresha, and Grace Freshwater. Bill Gadd and Robert Geary, contractors, are working on a special project for Fcfllansbee Steel Corporation. Arlene Hoke is stenographer for the Fred Izenson law firm. Artemis Kyriakodis is now a dress designer in New York City. Thomas Oughton, who was the first man to drive the new super jet Cadil- lac convertible, has been seeking advice from fire chief Ronald Rees about in- ternal combustion motors. ln the local telephone office we find Carolyn Ash, June Asfour, Patty Blackburn, Betty Capriotti, Margaret Carrigan, and Antonette Ciccolella work- ing at various switchboards and desks. Lena D,Aurc.'ra is manager and co-owner of Yachiniis 1lEstherib Diamond Roller Rink. As co-owners of New York's most famous hotel, the Waldorf Astoria, we find Shirley Mayhew and Barbara Eckersberg. Exhibiting her oil portarits in the National Art Gallery of France we find the famous artist Shirley Eversofn. Anna Ferrante is chief medical technician at Johns Hopkins. Feared by the underworld, Stanley Barezinsky, criminal lawyer, is now working on a new case with the assistance cff his secretary, Mary Lou Bonow. Editor-in-chief o11 "The Charming Wvomann magazine is .lane McDarmont, renowned authority on mildays' fashions. Geno Iafrate, the maitre d'hotel, arrives and informs the three former classmates that dinner is served, and the men leave their fond recollections of their old school days at Follansbee High behind them. Page 29 ,IU E EDDI G Bat-la row: Fred lzenson, John Zak, George Foresha, Phillip Donley, David Caplan, lV,0l1lllll Vejvofla. lfront row: ,loinn Gelarxly, Ruth Hooper, Mary Lon Bonow, linnna Heecl, Shir- ley Murray, Shirley Nlayeruielt, Norcan XY right, Shirley Everson "june XX ewlciingn, a three-aet eomefly, was presented on January lil, under the direction of Miss Shirley C, johnson, The week before liillflil Perrfs mar- riage to Cordon Gavin brings many surprises to the life cf the Perry faniily. llanfly Perry, l,intla's little sister, really gets things into an uproar hut it all boils down to a storm in a tea cup! A three-aet C0l1l9lly, "Men are Like Streetearsm, was presented by the CIHSS of '32 in their junior year. The production was nncler the clireetion of Miss Shirley C. johnson. Page 30 1 7 If JN X. x 1 X wx x Q , 'N 14 U N. 'fy X ,' 'M K -. ,xg - . .X ,fx K ' j 3XxQ" 5 X fx f X ff X . ,fx f A.. ,x , V X j ,xfxmygxg - fx x,- ,X Xxxxx ,Xffx ggftliffxkk Nx fx xxf fx X , NN ,X 'Q xxx' f X X X X f IQQX fr RNNV, X,- Z 11 ,7 Jlbnfp I jj SI jlfi xx X5 , XY undercla . m n Pagziz 31 ,AN f' X-' ,,' fx ,x,'- 9:00 a. m How Soon JUNIORS S bfgjx X? x f Q x. 1' 15 , "Q Q2 9 3 3 F " X P OFFICERS President: Sam Lada Vice-president: Frank Marino Secretary-Treasurer: Mary Jean Fante SPONSORS Mr. Liberatore Orsini Miss Ruby McQui11an Mr. Fred Hamilton Miss Kathleen James Miss June Anderson Page 32 Juniors . . . Marilyn Allen Carole Allsopp Helen Ariernia Helen Barbush Richard Arnett Lawrence Basil Charles Beagle Donald Benzo Otis Bearden John Bernola George Bilderback Catherine Bodnar Ray Bodley Randall Boffo A1 Jean Boyd len Bogarad Harry Bowman Ralph Brady Bettie Burkey Grace Cameron Janet Byers Elizabeth Campagna Allen Campbell Victor Ceglie Fred Casinelli Fred Cercone , Gail Chapman Antonette Ciccarelli Linda Cigigani Joseph Childs 7 bert Cline Olive Jane Coker 1 Page 33 ., W o n r 1 r .. ,, -.:i:gfi5f2, f "'- ' I ' x , 2 1, 1 i., zi' iifl. h - 3 ' zi. S L - :ik - fgs 'Sm 5 I x E , r ,X ggi? 1 .,.,, .,5, it C M? Junior -f 215-,mc 9 1.A is William Cooper : MM I -A-,:s.-:w i Duane Copenhaver Ethel Crawford Mildred Crinkey JoAnn Davis Robert Davis 0 DeStefano Edward DiPino ,S . , 1 Pauline Donofe Vincent Curtis rr rrr i' , Doris Cusick i lil .::2' " V it If 'Q . ' Angela DeSantis r Orland 5 ,. Efmfx HHDA., f ig, ,eww .,,,. 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I Page 44 Hoyt Allen Rebecca Amuso Edward Barnhart Joan Batson Delores Beard Irene Beatty Gerald Berdine Pete Black Donna Blankenship Donna Bonitatibus Gerald Brady Richard Bryan Richard Burkett Ronald Byers Ruth Byers Dean Chadwell Joanne Crognole Robert Cruise Russell Curtis Robert Czesztyicki Dorothy Daugherty Edward Debnar James Dragonir Vera Dragonir William Eckles Carl Ewusiak Herbert Fisher Edward Forker Laura Lynn Fowler Richard Freshwater Thomas Geary Katie George John Grace Carmen Grist Ralph Hanlon Sylvia Hart Ronald Heaton Shirley Hubbard James Hughes Mary Ann Humes Janet Keener Andrew Kerr Dorothy Ketrouman Catherine Kimmel Robert Koch is GRADE Richard LaPosta Carol Ledger Dorothy Liston Donna Loy Daniel Loyden Dorothy Ludewig Ronald Maderia Helen Mazezka Charles McCracken Charles Miller Carol Murray George Neurohr Angeline Nickoles Faye Nolte John Painter Guy Parrish Darlene Phillips Paul Phillips Donald Rawson Joseph Shawver Judith Reese Cecil Richard Barbara Rinehart Robert Sayre Darlene Scheetz Gene Simmons Joseph Spencer Judith Sprouse Judith Stenger Kaye Suddoth Jack Sweitzer Sally Thornburg Jack Tredway Ellen Urban Dan VanCamp Charles Vanderbush Conrad Wallace Ruth Waugh Marlene Welshans Camera Shy- Frank McQui1lan Elsie Showalter Betty Eppinger .1-if , r 6, ' .,-- , w w : ' - 3? 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Study Hall-"Time On My Hands" Industrial Arts-"Whistle While You Worku Noon Hour-"Give Me Five Minutes More" Cafeteria-"Tea For Two" Home Economics-"How Do You Like Your Eggs in the Morning? Mechanical Drawing-"I Can Dream, Can't I?" Page 46 I Q, . , b 9 f Q' Z? O4 Q -N3 C9 44140, f MASQ 6 3 ,fa 10 1, uf 5? Oy K 6 SSA Qi . x A :xl-V ', ', 1 2.-Z! C 1 Q ' Xx'Xxvj 'xxx "' XBX, XxX Xk'X, ' , ff ' Xf-N' C- 16.3 "N WV 0 ya: VWNNQWWMMY i N f xx "1 - f"xx .7,ff" 1 n X Q ,fp ff i g x X V-f 7 Zfjx '1 X'Sfj-.K XJR J i w Af. X f , xb . ,, ' g f W'.4,,.J -93,4 W - f X Six -3,T+L??'?? activities 3:30 p. m. Page 47 I i STUDENT COUNCIL Back row: Richard Kinder, William Dawson, Frank Marino, Allen Bo- garad, Sam Lada, Denny Williams Front row: Jean Pannett, Joanne Thornburg, Anna Ferrante, Tom Care, John Zak, Homer Ruckle, Ann Coker, Marilyn Allen Camera Shy: Robert Davis OFFICERS President: John Zak Vice-president: Tom Care Secretary-Treasurer: Homer Ruckle Sponsor: Miss Ruby McQuillan As a major project, the Student Council sponsors a series of pro- grams featuring outside talent such as THE HAMMERETTES, and THE PALMER MARTIN MARIONETTES. The group is responsible for the publication of football programs. The aim of the Student Council is to set a high standard of school citizenship and to cooperate in the general welfare of the school Page 48 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ,gm .mm six Top row: Ellnora Crites, Ruth Nell Hooper, Shirley Mayernick, Jo- anne Thornburg. Bottom row: Ruth Varner, Maxine Wright, Norean Wright. Every year since 1945-46, The National Honor Society has inducted a certain percentage of both junior and senior classes into the organi- zation. The students are chosen not only for scholastic ability, but for qualities of character, service, and leadership. The purpose of the or- ganization is to give recognition to those who have maintained high grades in school while participating in extraecurricular activities. The members pictured were active throughout their junioreyear. The Seniors who were chosen in the spring of 1951 Were: Angela Weeda, Charles Suranovich, Tony Carissimi, Nancy Truver, Joan McIntosh, Ellen Poole, Henry Yingst, Steve Puy, Ruth Ann Fowler, Floryne Hunt- er, Beverly McKnight. Miss Shirley G. Johnson, Miss Ruby McQuillan, and Mrs. Charles Arbaugh sponsor the organization. OFFICERS President: Ruth Nell Hooper Vice-president: Maxine Wright Secretary: Ellnora Crites Page 49 l l 1 i . Q LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club's main purpose is to maintain. anpadequate and efficient library for the student body of Follansbee High School. The members, under the sponsorship of Miss Katherine Traubert, classify, choose, check and repair books. President: Martha Curtis Vice-president: Nancy Pertko Secretary: Dorothy Rawson Treasurer: Barbara Williamson Reporter: Barbara Grigsby Historian: Roberta Behnke Back row: Donna Stenger, Esther Zak, Shirley Sutterfield, Donna Giv- ens, Cora Mae Bowman, Roberta Behnke, Barbara Jackson, Gladys Grace, Rita Calvarese, Jacquelyn Sweany, Mary Lou Bonow, Norma Thomaselli, Mary Alice Alley, Miss Katherine Traubert, sponsor. Front row: Barbara Grigsby, Kit Taylor, Charon Griffiths, Joanne DiRemigio, Irene Giovanakis, Jean Raineri, Martha Curtis, Nancy Pertko, Barbara Williamson, Lynne Mitchell, Martha Mazezka, Carley Ann Rees, Betty Bryan. Camera Shy: Beverly Chadwell, Dorothy Rawson. Page 50 COMMERCIAL CLUB Back row: Beverly Campbell, Peggy Engstrom, Ruth Varner, Barbara Eckersburg, Maxinc Wright, Betty Capriotti. Middle row: Mr. Campanelli, Margaret Smerecansky, Eleanor Ceglie, Emma Reed, Margaret Carri- gan, Margaret DiPaolo, Phyllis Taylor, Mary l.oL1 Zeigler, Patty Blackburn. Front row: Delores Preat, Arlene Hoke, Ella Mae Simmons, Ellnora Crites, Carolyn Ash, Mary Leu Bonow, Mina Bowman, Marilyn Allen, Virginia Muran, Martha Curtis, Artemis Kyriakodis. Back row: Patty Pekarscik, Shirley Wiliams, Dolores Gaydos, Antoinette Urso, Mary .lean Fante, Pauline Donofe, Angela DeSantis, Ellen Fante, Shirley McCarty, Linda Cipriani, Sylvia Ferrelli. Middle row: Nancy Jones, Donna Miller, Janet Byers, Shirley Shears, Antonette Ciccarelli, Barbara Williamson, Jean Boyd, Nancy Pertko, Margaret Kelley, Martha Mazezka, Delores Tingler, Ethel Crawford. Front row: Wilma George, Eileen Summers, Mary Smerecansky, Marion Powell, Eva Underwood, Mr. Campanelli, Antonette Suppa, Jo Ann Davis, Doris Cusick, Rosemary Giglio, Virginia McGee, Camera Shy: Beverly B3t50n,Ant0nette Ciccolella, Bill Gadd, Pete Lakios, Yvonne Regis, Dolores Santoro, Anna Marie Spencer, Victoria Tridico, Joyce Wright. President: Ella Mae Simmons Secretary: Margaret Smerecansky Vice-president: Marilyn Allen Treasurer: Patty Blackburn Sponsored by Mr. Campanelli, the Commercial Club, organized this year, has as its purpose to fur- her interest in commercial skills. Activities of the club included a bake sale, a dance after a basketball game and the publication gf their own monthly paper, 'Commercial Capers". Page 51 THESPIANS Left to right: Shirley Everson, Shirley Murray, JoAnn Gelardy, Martha Curtis, Norean Wright, Donald Vejvoda, Joanne Thornburg, J ane McDarmont, Shirley Mayernick, Anna Ferrante. OFFICERS President: Donald Vejvoda Vice-president: Joanne Thornburg Secretary: Norean Wright Sponsor: Miss Shirley G. Johnson Since it was organized in December of 1943, the National Thespian Troup 577 has had as its goal the development of an active and intelli- gent interest in dramatics. Only members of the Dramatic Club are eligible to become Thespians when the required number of entrance points are tallied by National Headquarters. The group presents a major three-act production each yiiar as a project and has installation ceremonies in the spring. Page 52 SUB-DEBS The Sub-Debs, sponsored by Miss McQui1lan, was organized in 1937. Chosen by vote of the club members, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors make up the membership. This social group sponsored the "Homecoming Dancev, and has held theatre parties and a spaghetti dinner. With the S.O.S.S. they bought a mirror for the girls' room. Back row: ,Mary Ann Mihalovich, Barbara Grigsby, Jane McDarmont, Shirley Mayhew, Viuwrie- Tridico, Gail Chapman, Frances Mark, Olive Jane Coker, Ellen Fante, Miss MeQuillan. Front row: Marian Mihalovich, Sylvia Onea, Charon Griffiths, Mary Ann Pellicciotti, Barbara Eckersburg, Maxine Wright, Rosemary Lewis, Margaret Ann Carrigan, Merry Lu Smith, Rosemary Pr-est, Mary Jean Fante. Camera shy: Anna Ferrante. OFFICERS President: Maxine Wright Vice-president: Rosemary Lewis Secretary: Barbara Eckersburg Treasurer: Mary Ann Pellicciotti Page 53 F -H-A Back row: Joanne Donnelly, Bonnie Rhodes, Betty LeMasters, Suzanne Regan, Martha Mazez- ka. Roberta Fish, Mary Alice Alley, Dolores Gaydos, Connie Bukovinsky, Doris Hill, Virginia McGee, lrene Giovanakis. Second row: Miss Berry, Jacquelyn Sweany, Barbara Williamson, Carole Allsopp, Helen Bar- bush, Nancy Waugh, Donna Givens, Frances Renforth, Carolyn Davis, Barbara Horvath, Norma Bonnett, Lynne Mitchell, Ellinora Starr. Front row: Cora Mae Bowman, Janet Kocher, Dianne Smith, Lois Saunders, Nancy Pertko, Ruth Nell Hooper, Mildred Crinkey, Audrey Dunn, Jean Raineri, Ruth Ann Eckles, Betty Kelley, Mary Jane Gamble, Patricia Dragonir. Back row: Mary Lou Zeigler, Sue Ann Zeigler, Marjorie Irvin, Nina Collins, Helen Klimansky, JoAnn DiRemigio, Charon Griffiths, Virginia Moran, Artemis Kyriakodis, Despina Kyria- kodis, Ruth Bilby. Second row: Jane McDarmont, Bonnie Grimm, Mona Blankenship, Donna Stenger, Janet Wettergreen, Peggy Edwards, Emma Reed, Martha Waugh, Betty B a k e r, Beverly Batson, Shirley Brewer, Rose Cutrone. Front row: Joanne Thornburg, Barbara GrigSby, Roberta Behnke, Jean Ann Schwertfeger, Ann Suffalette, Loretta Smitz, Mary Ann Mih2110ViCh, Marian MihPl10ViCh, Lynn Maine, Jose- phine Cuomo, Sylvia Onea, Carley Ann Rees. Camera Shy: Della Cheek, Rachel Cheek, Beverly Chadwell, E193UO1' Deuley, Shirley Mayerniek OFFICERS President: Mildred Crinkey Viceepresident: Ruth Nell Hooper Secretary: Audrey Dunn Treasurer: Nancy Pertko Page 5-1 S.O.S.S. S.O.S.S., a social club for girls in Follansbee High School, is under the sponsorship of Miss Thompson. The club's purpose is the promotion of better social conditions. Various activities featured this year were Wiener roasts, swimming parties, week-end camping trips, and theater parties. They also held the Football Frolic after the BenvvoodeUnion football game, and bought a mirror for the upstairs girls, room, with the Sub-Debs. Back row: JoAnn Rea, Janet Wettergreen, Betty Bryan, Ruth Hooper, Juanita Johnston, Lois Weekly, Bettie Burkey, Catherine Bodnar, Lois Lantz, Kit Taylor, Edith Slanchik, Dolores Gaydos, Ethel Craw- ford, JoAnn Davis. Front row: Margaret Kelley, Barbara Jackson, Nancy Kelley, Phyllis Summers, Ella Mae Simmons, Ruth Varner, Joanne Thornburg, Mari- lyn Allen, Joanne Slanchik, Shirley Murray, Yvonne Regis, Mildred Crinkey, Antonette Ciccarelli. Camera shy: Shirley Mayernick. OFFICERS President: Joanne Thornburg Vice-president: Ruth Varner Secretary: Joanne Slanchik Treasurer: Marilyn Allen Page 55 1 'Qin-Y Co-Editors-Forge Co-Editors-Ingot News Editors ...... ..- Club Editors ..... Feature Editors. . Exchange Editor. Sports Editors ..... Business Manager .... Circulation Managers Typists .......... J . Faculty Advisor .... EDITORIAL ...--........--.... ..- STAFF I Jane McDarmont, Fred Izenson John Zak, Ruth Varner . . . . . . . . . . . .Joanne Thornburg, Maxine Wright, Shirley Everson, Anna Ferrante, Shirley Mayernick Peggy Edwards, Lois Lantz Fred Izenson Shirley Mayhew ' ' l ' 'Barbara Eckersberg, Shirley Murray ..............Grace Freshwater Adam Petrulovich, Joe Puzsar, George Foresha, Ralph DiRemigio John Simonetti BUSINESS ..-...............-..............-.. ...........-..--...........-... STAFF Tom Care James Mirasola, Harry Ciccarelli, Phil Donley, Dominic Pellicciotti Advertising Managers ..... ...... Janie McDarmont, Joanne Slanchik ....Margaret DiPaolo, Grace Freshwater ........- Page 56 . .David Caplan, Denny Williams ...............Ruby McQuillan MASQUE AN'D GAVEL To propose and to maintain good usage in everyday speech is the purpose of the Masque and Gavel, an organization open to Senior mem- bers of the Speech Class. The local group was introduced into the school in March, 1947. The members of this year's group sold mums at the Follansbee-Wellsburg football game to earn money for future activities. They participated in debates and forums such as WWVA's "Junior Town Meeting of the Airu, and the American Legion Oratorical OFFICERS President: David Caplan Vice-president: Anna Ferrante Secretary-Treasurer: Shirley Mayernick Sponsor: Miss Shirley G. Johnson Contest. Back row: Ellnora Crites, Yvonne Regis, Adam Petrulovich, Thomas Oughton, Tom Care, Harry Welch, Fred Izenson, Ruth Nell Hooper, Artemis Kyriakodis, Virginia Moran, Marilee Kohout. Front row: Ruth Varner, Maxine Wright, Shirley Murray, JoAnn Gelar- dy, Shirley Mayernick, David Caplan, Anna Ferrante, Juanita John- ston, Joanne Thornburg, Shirley Everson. Page 57 DRAMATIC CLUB Back row: Ellen Fante, Joanne Slanchik, Norean Wright, Mildred Crinkey, Olive Jane Coker, Edith Slanchik, Helen Barbush, Joanne Thornburg, Ruth Hooper, Yvonne Regis, Rosemary Lewis. Middle row: Emma Reed, Marianne Yoders, David Caplan, Fred Izen' son, Donald Vejvoda, Robert Cazin, Bob Schenfele, William Bish, Frank Marino, Shirley Everson, Phyllis Taylor. Front row: June Asfour, Carole Allsopp, Margaret Kelley, Jacquelyn Sweany, Peggy Edwards, Mary Jean Fante, Adam Petrulovich, Maxine Wright, Barbara Eckersberg, Martha Curtis, Shirley Murray, Joann Gelardy, Nancy Pertko. Camera shy: Della Cheek, Anna Ferrante, Shirley Mayernick, Jane McDarmont, Virginia Moran, Thomas Oughton. OFFICERS President: Adam Petrulovich Vice-president: Barbara Eckersberg Secretary: Shirley Mayernick Treasurer: Ann Ferrante "On the stage of life, play well your part," is the motto of the Dramatic Club, sponsored by Miss Shirley G. Johnson. The aim of the club is to further the study and production of good drama. Composed only of Juniors and Seniors, the club requires each can- didate to present some satisfactory dramatic performance for admission. Activities this year included packing a Christmas basket for a needy family, and helping the Thespians stage a three-act play. Page 58 CHEMISTRY CLUB The newly organized. Chemistry Club, under the sponsorship of W. J. Hervey, has as its purpose to encourage the interest of its members in chemistry. Only students in the Chemistry and Physics classes are eligible for membership. For their projects, the club made tours through dairies, power plants, and college laboratories. At each meeting they were entertained by speakers or pictures on scientific subjects. OFFICERS President: Allen Bogarad Vice-president: Ralph DiRemigio Secretary: Ruth Nell Hooper Treasurer: Ray Bodley Reporter: Richard Arnett Sponsor: W. J. Hervey Back row: Mr. Hervey Qsponsorl, Vincent Curtis, Ralph DiRemigio, Bill Smith, Bill Gadd, Ronald Rees, Paul Gasvoda, Harry Welch. Fourth row: Robert Geary, Gary Martin, Allen Bogarad, John Zak, Richard Arnett, Richard Kinder, Harry Bowman, Willard Flowers, Ray Bodley, Tom McBride. Third row: Carole Allsopp, Marilee Kohout, Margaret Kelley, Gail Chapman, Olive Coker, Catherine Bodnar, Grace Cameron, William Lever. Second row: Walter Waugh, Shirley Mayernick, Elizabeth Compagna, Shirley Everson, Norean Wright, Martha Curtis, Helen Barbush, Jac- queline Sweany, Fred Casinelli, Joseph Childs, Front row: Bob Davis, Ruth Hooper, Shirley Murray, Rosemary Lewis, Mildred Crinkey, Betty Hedmond, Barbara Oughton, Carolyn Yaus- sey, Charles Utz, Dino Rotellini. Camera shy: Dorothy Stillson, Frank Miller. Page 59 HI-Y Back row: Fred Hamilton QSponsorJ, Kenneth Schwertfeger, William Bish, John Nicodemus, Bob Verner, Geno Iafrate, Harry Welch, Jack Gassner, Otis Bearden, Donald Kinsey. Front row: Bob Hughes, Ralph Brady, Bob Stift, Thomas Oughton, Adam Petrulovich, Vincent Curtis, Richard Kinder, Joseph Childs, Tom McBride. OFFICERS President: Adam Petrulovich Vice-president: Thomas Oughton Secretary: Richard Kinder Treasurer: Vincent Curtis Sponsor: Fred Hamilton The Hi-Y, organized in 1935, has as its purpose to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. Activities for this year included reading of the Bible in homerooms, purchasing of Hi-Y jackets, and participating in an assembly program before the Toronto football game. Page 60 JUNIOR Y-TEENS Sponsored by Miss Power and Miss Traubert, the purpose of the Junior Y-Teens is to build a fellowship devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed. Back row: Marian Mihalovich, Maryann Mihalovich, Monica Bobby, Virginia Walliser, Judith Gfigsbyi 59311 Palilfleilt, Colleen MCMi11an, Bette Jeanne Corder, Janet Wettergreen, Norma Thomaselli, Mary Louise Ierise, Esther Zak, Helen Klimansky, Donna Stenger, Regina Beltrame. Middle row: Barbara Grigsby, Ellen Ford, Merry Lu Smitb, Marlene Wilson, Shirley Schindler, Shirley Brewer, Betty Baker, Martha Waugh, Patty Murray, Rita Calvarese, Beverly Batson, Jeanetta Forker, Marion Horvath, Shirley Wood, Evelyn Keeder, Dawn McBee. First row: Kit Taylor, JoAnn Dilfiemigio, Charon Griffiths, Barbara Jackson, Stella M ec a, Katherine Lauttamus, Gladys Grace, Despina Kyriakodis, Rita Confalone, Betty Bryan, Joann Yachine, Frances Mark, Carley Ann Rees, Sylvia Onea. Back row: Nina Collins, Harriett Brown, Claris Yoho, Nancy Brown, Goldie Campbell, Norma Bonnett, Nancy Waugh, Doris Hill, Mary Ann Keeling, Pauline Williams, Sandra Wright, Marjorie Irvin, Suzanne Regan, Constance Bukovinsky, Betty LeMasters. Middle row: Miss Katherine Traubert, Jean Schwertfeger, Janet Kocher, Gwendolyn Kuhns, Ruth Parrish, Myrna Bioux, Patricia Uhor, Anna Hibberts, Barbara Phillips, Donna Givens, Frances Renforth, Barbara Horvath, Ann Coker, Lynne Mitchell, Betty Kelley, Miss Esther Power. Front row: Mary Jane Fadlem, Cora Mae Bowman, Dianne Smith, Irene Giovanakis, Helen Gesheff, Audrey Dunn, Nancy Kelley, Roberta Behnke, Ann Suffalette, Eleanor Cascarcia, Jean Raineri, Joanne Donnelly, Mary Jane Gamble, Ruth Eckles, Norma Brown. Camera shy: Mary Alice Alley, JoAnn Almasy, Margaret Beatty, Bessie Bremer, Beverly Chadwell, Rachel Cheek, Rose Cutrone, Ina Mae Davis, Patty Dragonir, Nancy Fields, Elsie Fife, Roberta Fish, Bonnie Grimm, Lynn Maine, Bessie Martin, Barbara Shook, Mary Fran- ces Stukens, Marion Summers, Patty Valerio, Helen Wargo, JoAnn Wilson. Page 61 SENIOR Y-TEENS G.A..A Page 62 SENIOR Y-TEENS Back row: Ella Mae Simmons, Ellen Fante, Arlene Hoke, Nancy Pertko, Betty Hed- mond, Mildred Crinkey, Shirley McCarty, Shirley Everson, Jo anne Thornburg, Yvonne Regis, Phyllis Taylor. Middle row: Miss Manion, Dolores Preat, Maggie DiPaolo, Emma Reed, Grace Cams eron, Jacquelyn Sweany, Peggy Smerecansky, Elizabeth Compagna, Eileen Sum- mers, Mary Smerecansky, Grace Freshwater, Martha Curtis, Mrs. Arbaugh. Front row: Phyllis Summers, Carol Alls-opp, Margaret Kelley, Norean Wright, Helen Barbush, Joanne Slanchik, Ruth Nell Hooper, Barbara Eckersberg, Ellinora Starr, Virginia McGee, Josephine Saggio, Della Cheek. Back row: Sylvia Ferrelli, Linda Cipriani, Eleanor Ceglie, Angela DeSantis, Martha Mazezka, Dolores Gaydos, Wilma George, Antonette Urso, Pauline Donofe, Rose- mary Lewis, Mary Jean Fante, Dolores Tingler, Janet Byers. Middle row: Miss Manion, Barbara Williamson, Victoria Tridico, Lois Weekly, Betty Burkey, Antonette Ciccarelli, Nancy Jones, Jean Boyd, Edna Quaranta, Patty Pekarscik, Ellen Hanlon, Margaret Quattrocchi, Shirley Shears, Mrs. Arbaugh. Front row: Jane McDarmont, Dorothy Sbillson, Ethel Crawford, Marilyn Allen, Doris Cusick, Shirley Williams, Mary Lou Bonow, Shirley Murray, Mary Ann Pellicciotti, Esther Yachini, Rosemary Prest, Catherine Bodnar, Rosemary Giglio, Donna Miller. Camera shy: Louise Pannett, Antonette Ciecolella, Betty Capriotti, Dolores Santora, Carol Ann Koltz, Carolyn Yaussy, Shirley Mayernick, Dora Martino, Anna Fer- rante. President: Anna Ferrante Vice-president: Barbara Eckersberg Secretary: Joanne Slanchik Treasurer: Ruth Nell Hooper Sponsored by Mrs. Arbaugh and Miss Manion, the Senior Y-Teens is an organi- zation for younger girls in the YWCA. The aim of this club is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in their common life those ideals of personal and social achievements to which they are committed. Activities this year included packing Christmas boxes, participating in the Easter Assembly, and sponsoring a Leap Year's Dance. G.A.A. Back row: Miss Anderson, Maxine Wright, Juanita Johnston, Victoria Tridico, Jean- ette Forker, Betty Bryan, Janet Wettergreen, Ellen Fante, Marilyn Allen, Dolores Gaydos, Edna Quaranta. Front row: Frances Mark, Jane McDarmont, Mary Ann Pellicciotti, Joanne Rea, Ruth Varner, Ruth Nell Hooper, Joanne Thornburg, Kit Taylor, Edith Slanchik, Mary Jean Fante, Marian Mihalovich, Mary Ann Mihalovich. Camera shy: Shirley Mayernick, Anna Ferrante. President: Joanne Thornburg Vice-president: Ruth Nell Hooper Secretary: Anna Ferrante Treasurer: Ruth Varner Among the projects of the G.A.A. were the buying of gold footballs and basket- balls for the teams, and of pins and sweat shirts for the senior G.A.A. members. The group sold programs at football games, sponsored an assembly program, and played basketball with the Hi-Y in the gym at noontime sessions. Page 63 Itjs Three fyfllillfls' in the Morning . JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM The annual Junior-Senior Prom was held May 4, 1951 in the Pine Room at Oglebay Park, honoring the class of '51. Lee Barrett and his orchestra provided the music for dancing. The evening was filled with dancing and music, making it a memorable one for all who attended. Page 64 Under the direction of Miss Esther Care, the Girl's Glee Club has for a yearly project a choral presentation of music for Commencement and Baccalaureate. To be a member of this club, one must be able to read music and must attend music classes regularly. Activities this year include a Spring Festival and performances before various P.T.A.'s. The Boy's Glee Club, reorganized this year under the direction of Mr. Orsini, has as its purpose to learn to appreciate music in all phases. Officers are: John Zak, president, Fred Casinelli, vice-president, Fred Izenson, secretary-treasurer. Among the activities were partici- pation in the Masque and Gavel assembly program and an assembly with the Senior Y-Teens. Back row: Dorothy Stillson, Hannah Gillespie, Betty Roman, Janet Byers, Joanne Slanchik, Anna Ferrante, Ruth Hooper, Juanita Johnston, Joanne Thornburg, Maxine Wright, Ruth Varner, Dolores Gaydos, Betty Hedmond, Nancy Pertko, Rosemary Lewis, Edith Slanchik, Shirley Everson. Middle row: Barbara Eckersberg, Shirley Mayernick, Betty Delong, Dolores Preat, Arlene Hoke, Ella Mae Simmons, Eva Underwood, Mary Smerecansky, Betty Burkey, Lois Lantz, Shirley Mayhew, Grace Freshwater, Yvonne Regis, Jane McDarmont, June Asfour, Miss Care. Front row: Marianne Yoders, Jacquelyn Sweany, Carole Allsopp, Linda Cipriani, Phyllis Tay- lor, Carolyn Ash, Margaret Smerecansky, Peggy Edwards, JoAnn Davis, JoAnn Gelardy, Shirley Murray, Mildred Crinkey, Norean Wright, Catherine Bodnar. Back row: John Zak, Charles Baker, George Bilderback, Ray Bodley, Rhett Pinsky, Ronald Bird, Ronald Davis, Robert Davis, Paul Lucas. Middle row: Gene Sanders, Allen Bogarad, Tom McBride, Sam McMahon, Sandy Muscaro, Robert Cazin, Fred Izenson, David Caplan, Ronald Lash. Front row: Kenneth McAlpine, Robert Hughes, Gene Kuhns, Robert Schevlin, Ronald Miller, Mr. Orsini, Robert Stift, Harry Freshwater, Robert Jones, Fred Casinelli. Camera shy: Don Pottersnyk. Page 65 Syncopated Clock . Band F:lI'l'SZ Tommy flCil1'y, llzuinzill Gil- lespie, Bill Secrist. Clarinets: Mary Alice Alley, Betty Allison, J ackye Armstrong, Rober- ta Behnke, Donna Bodley, Harry Bowman, Betty Bryan, Mary Jane Gamble, Helen Gesheff, Patty Layburn, Dawn McBee, Shirley Murray, Joyce Overstreet, Edith Slanchik, Diane Smith, Roberta Vickers. Oboe: Barbara Jackson. Bassoons: Cora Mae Bowman, Jo- anne Thornburg. Saxophones: Vincent Fadse, Bill Schaffer, Esther Simmons, Mari- anne Yoders. Cornets: John Arnas, John Bernola, Janet Byers, Bob DeStefano, Larry Flemming, Inez Evans, Peggy Gassner, Jack Gardner, Judy Grigsby, Betty Heckman, Doris Hill, David Rhodes, Ronald Straight, Kit Taylor, Charles Utz. Page 66 Horns: Gladys Grace, Bonnie Grimm, Frances Mark, Jim Pet- roff, Barbara Shook. Trombones: Bill Berry, Bill Hill, Mark Secrist, Donald Vejvoda. Baritones: Carol Allsopp, Kenneth Schwertfeger. Bass: George Dragonir, Tom Kin- der, Bill Smith. Percussion: Shirley Everson, Ron- nie Fisher, Barbara Grigsby, Wal- ter Waugh, Janet Wettergreen, Joyce Wright. DRUM MAJOR William Secrist DIRECTOR Alfred Rigner sus-vggl' MAJORETTES Janet Wettergreen JoAnne Thornburg Sally Sue Thornburg Ruth Nell Hooper Shirley Mayernick Joanne Slanchik N Page 67 SQ QL A va, . wnbvf wyx-Vw. YW. U75 si 1 .jf ,Q ,W ,Y 3 ,,:, ff' ' -WSF-Y-9 3 Mae ,. , .ufffg 'M " 4- " -' ,Q s ' JP: nv' " '4 . -112: fag .. Q ,, ,Q Q 1 6, if V ."' J QQ: si, , if H K SQX i '3f.,:: 'Q 5 -Si 'E ,.:. f 1 of s' is v fr 'lj'72'W'l?lN . CHEERLEADERS "All set?l' "You bet!" This saying is very familiar. It makes us think of the six snappy varsity cheerleaders who backed all sports in Follansbee High whether the team were the victors or the vanquished. Rain or shine found these cheer- leaders ready and cheering the team to victory, which proves our cheerleaders are solid stickers! The cheerleaders are chosen after try-outs by a com- mittee which votes by secret ballot. Janie McDarmont, Juanita Johnston, Mary Ann Pellicci- otti, and Shirley Mayhew are the four seniors, while Marilyn Allen and Ellen Fante will be joined next year by Rita Confa- lone and Frances Mark, the two reserve cheerleaders. Pictured from left to right: Ellen Fante, Mary Ann Pellicciotti, Marilyn Allen, Janie McDarmont, Juanita Johnston, Shirley Mayhew. Page 69 J tariff? f ,Sl t J h, Keep in Trim . . . Physically Fit . . . Legs . . . Double Exposure . . Posing Music . . . music . . . Music . . . After the Game . . . Thumb Fun . . . Perfect Pair . . . What Form . . . Sweethearts When we were Kids . . . Carnival Time . . . Ain't he Sweet . . . There's Always a Band . . . Class Clowns Boys' State . . . In the Good Old Summer Time . . . Wanna, Ride . . . Smile . . . Pretty . . . King and Queen . . . Watch the Birdie Page 70 J '-I 5 N .... f kk ff f Q QNZ' 2 xfia-'32 ,f Ak :Y-f ,Q EQ 253 7 , 0 .f X ff Z if f 41 ' X 6 K' 1 X V ff w. f 5 ,xv ,x 53 A -A . f X ffl: , f A , '- V '- 'x T'-" X 1 1 ' si: A-X " L f , Q f L' k M14 ' f ' Q -1 ,K E? Six, F .K , 5 in li l! ' .. 1fv V1 if H -, ka i? 5 0 x f ga . gf gl, v M W - ifff X K 3' 'Q t' Y 171 . 6 ' , ' J xKx,,W',g1 . If Y ff ' ay .-- iffy? lx K e - I N -- 1, A ' 52 . ' Z 'Z ' 1 U", ff! .IU H fx K ,F f 5751, x jx ' X X Q . ' , X13 ' " if X ' ali' w f if 21 N I A' ' 7f 'f '551,':" f Nl, g x' -, ' "' 1 KW' i RY 'H- ' , X k ay... UN I X ,J Y , ff X 'K ' 51' . M n X X Q ' XX X X X A X1 X H . Q X X Y Q .141 'I ' QQ: athletics :30 p.m VARSITY FOOTBALL Back row: Heaton, Martin, Casinelli, Meredith, Arnett, Wheeler, Sanders, Brady, Kuns, Basil, Lever. Third row: Sayre, Petrul0vicl1,Kinrlcr, Mains, DiPino, Morris, DeStefano, Sisinni, Marino, Bodley. Second rows: Assistant Coafrlm Dodrill, Manager Donley, Mains, Flowers., Weaver, Kinsey, Ceglie, Ciccarelli, Pellicciotti, Kocher, Simonetti, Schenerlein, Coach Winter. lfront row: Manager Jones, Pottersnyk, Barezinsky, Bogarad, Zak, Willianis, Martin, Lada, Mazzone, R. Sisinni, Manager Curtis. September 7--fF.H.S. September 13-l7.H.S S6PIt71nlanr , . a September 28-F.H.3.. . Octolmer 5ffF.H.S-.. . . . October 12fF.H.S.. . . Octoller 19fF.H.S ..... October 26eF.H.S.. .. November 3f--F.H.S.. .. . November 10-+F.H.S.. . . . SCHEDULE . . .39-New Cumberland .. .19'+Wll3Clillg Central . . . fl-Wvarwooil . . . . . . . ...32-Mingo .. . . . .. . . . 6-Benwcrozl llnigu , , , , , ...19eVVeirton ..... .. .lflil-gTfiZlflClll'lli21 . .. of--Toronto . . . .13fVVellsburg . . . . . . .13-St. Clairsville . . . Page 72 CH P KA? ill? my fHj KAP lHr IH? CA! Coaches Gus Winter Carlin Doflrill Trainer alloc" Boclley RESERVE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Scpteniber LZTWAAIC H. S. Reserves .. . l9-Burgettstown .. October 3fF. H. S. Reserves . 6--VUellsburg .. October 15-elf. H. S. Reserves . .. . l9+W'eirton . . . October 22fF. H. S. Reserves ...... 6-Wellsburg . . . November 5-F. H. S.. Reserves .. 25fWCiflOl1 . . . . Coach ,limmy Carey QA! 1, A t CM lHP CH? Huck row: Nlosser, Nlluler, Hanlon, Floyd, Wrigltl, Durham, Fisher, Freshwater, Falbo, lVlorriS, Still. Nliclcllc row: lCO11Clll Bill jones, LeRosa, C. Simmons, Ciccolellu, E. Simmons, Edwards, Sanders, Testa, MclVlal1on, Martin, Coach Carey. First row: Cuwryclt, Pizutti, Haney, Anastasio, Fadse, Lucas, Giglio, Dawson, Cassandra, Ougliton, Robinson. l'll'C'lll row: lseatedl B. Stift, Secrits. Page 73 'nrsilx' Svniwrs Mains Simons-Ili Pol licvioili Pvlrulm ich FI ms vrs Zak Bun-zil1s!-.y Pagf- 7,1 First ch-vvn . . . Booslvfs Club gives scoreboard 'l'01'0n1o amd F. H. S. l'llPP1'l92lllf'I'S . . . Toronto game W! X 1951 H yi ll D Wu VARSITY FOOTBALL -+.h..1,.,,. , . -. , M VARSITY BASKETBALL - 1951 - "2 Back row: Basil, Williams, Sayre, Bcrnola, Schenerlein, Bogarad Lulx Coach Wlinter. Front row: lVlilI1ilr9Q61' Curtis, Ciccarclli, Marino, R. Sisinni, Zak, MOITIS F Sis 1 ni, Mana ger Donley. Date F.H.S. December 18-F. H. S. ........... . December 21-F. H. S. pe... December 293-F. H. S H S ,lanuary 2eF. . . January llf F. H. . January ll-F. H. S. ,lanuary l5--F. H. S. F . ,lanuary 18' f . H. S. . January 22gF. H. S. . .lanuary 25kF. H. S. . January 29-F. H. S. February l-F. H. S. . February f3fF. H. S.. February 7-F. H. S. . February l2-F. H. S February 15-F. H. S February 19eF. H. S. February 22-F. H. S. ,wi SCHEDULE Op ponent f-Benwoocl Union . . . ---Steubenville Central lVl1ngo . . . . ..... . . . Steubenville . . .... . -BClll2llly' ....... Wleirton ......... -Benwdod Union . . . W6llShlIfg ......... New Cumberlanrl .. W 6lI'l0ll .......... Steubenville Central WCllSbllfg ......... Mingo ...... . . . Triadelpllia . . Wlarwood ....... --New Cumberland .. Bethany ......... -Bellaire St. Johns . 'l'UURNANlEN'l' F. H. S. 37 Warwoorl 39 Page 76 Varsity Basketball SAYRE Bernurcl Sayre, Denny Wvilliams, ,lolm Zak, Marvin Morris and Harry Cic- Oarelli completed their careers as lll6IlllfJ6l'S of the Varsity basketball squad with the current season. Page 77 Page 78 RESERVE BASKETBALL Back row: Haney, Sim- mons, Stift, Muder, Gaw- rych, Edwards, C 0 il e 11 Dodrill. Front row: Anastasio, Ar- nas, Testa, Pizutti, Baker, Mains, Manager Stift. Coac'1: Carlin Doflrill FRESHMAN BASKETBALI , Back row: Freshwater, Beclaner, Floyd, Sanders, Coach ,lim Carey. Front row: Fudse, Uiglio, Scott, Nluneano, Mazezka, Manager Comisso. Coach: J. Carey JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Back row: Salatino, Har- lan, BlIIif.','ii, Sayre, By- JIS, Kerr. Middle row: Spencer, Se- zfrist, Muflraw, Allsopp, DeAngclis, fiI'B3l1l'JllS e , Coach Boflley. Front row: Miller, Ewu- siak, Foreslla., Fisher, Cur- tis, Cziczyicki, Mgr. Xar- uczf, Mgr. Schwertfeger. Coach H. Bodley . MINUTEMEN TRACK Dark row: Stift lmanagerb, Kinder, Weaver, Vcrner, Hughes, Kul-guru, G. Davis, McBride, Heaton, Pizzuli, Petroff lmanagerl. lfront rcw: Coach Gus Wfintcr, Recclxio, Boclley, Sclmcncrlein, Diliemigio, Sayre, If. Davis, Lada, Zak, Lash, Petiulovich, Baker, Coach T. ,I. Hill. MEETS April 6YDual McetffF0llanshce is. Mingo Follansbcc 137 23 points Mingo 135 113 poiznth gltpvil ,llff-Breclze County lnvitational Meet zitwellsblirg Follansbce 2nd place 81 points f.pz'il l0ATriang:ular Meet at Mingn Follansbee lst place 78 5 6 poima April 19-Dual Meet-Fellanslsee ua. XXi1'1lCl'5-Villfl Follansbee 75 paints Wvintersvillc 48 points April 24-Follanslace Invitationl Meet Follanslaec 2nd place 85 points April 27-O.Y.A.C. Meet at Martins Ferry Follansbee 6th place 25 points Tlve sprint relay tcvm cf Dominic Pcllicciolii, Eflflia Davis, Ralph Dilielnifiio. and Clemens Rocclzio ticfl the rccyrzl time of 1:38 set in 1944. May 4-State Regricfnal at Wlieeling Follansbee 3rd place 00 SQ6 points May 12-State Meet at Charleston Fcxllansbee 112 point Page 79 Take Me Out to The Ball Game . BASEBALL Back row: Coach Dodrill, Griffith, Wendt, Ciccarelli, Marino, Mains, Donlex Manager Smith. Front rcfw: Manager McMahon, F. Sisinni, Geary, Harlan, Morris, Brady, Koch er, Schenfele, R. Sisinni. BASEBALL RECORD F. H. S. 8-New Cumberland .. . 0 F. H. S. 5-Steubenville F. H. S. 2-Triadelpllia ........ 13 F. H. S. lfifwlellslourg . F. H. S. 0-Weirton ... ... 1 F. H. S. 10fBetl1any . . .. F. H. S. 7--Wellsburg ......... 2 F. H. S. 4-Weirton ...... F. H. S. 1-Steub. Central ..... 0 F. H. S. 15fSteuben. Centrai F. H. S. 13-New Cumberland 2 F. H. S. 2--'llriatlelpllia F. H. S. 17+Bethany ........... 5 F. H. S. 1-Burgettstown . . Play-off--F.H.S. 0 Weirton 11 BATTING AVERAGES FOR 1951 Paul Mikanik . . . . . . .531 Ross Sisinni . . . Ceno Quattrocchi . . . . .437 Ralph Brady . . . . Edgar Harlan .406 Harry Ciccarelli . . . Marvin Morris . ..... .384 Ronald Mains . Earl Wentlt .074 Page 80 . .. .26 2 .. .Ili .. .14 Follansbee Blue Wave vs. Wellslmurg Orange Crushers Page 81 Fc' 1 5 m ' Y f U f i iyfnlr. f'z'ow3xc'l ,11'z'1'1iIn jvhnston, Holm Uv FH cxcrmw H 'N 1 4 v H A!'ii'g,i thc VolI:ulsbeo-'l'c:1'a,'5mio fO0Il7-Ill imu, Us-loltor 26. Q. w Homecoming QUEEN ,luunita ,lofhnston ATTENDANTS Ruth Varner Ruth Hooper Joanne Thornburg ,loznmo Slanchik F N1 4 21 Tumbling The Turnhling Team pro- sentezl programs for the Hal- lon-.eien Carnival and for the atinual open house. It is un- cier the direction of Miss June Anderson. Back Row: Norma Brown, Martha Pvlazezka, Joseph- ine Saggirf, Anna Hihberts, ,leanette lforker, Barbara Grigshy, .Nrteniis Kyriaa- koriis. Front Bow: ,lean l'annett., Betty Cormier, Dora Mar- tino, Jean Raincri. Joann i,f'RCIIligill, Esther Zak. tx ytx, Usl1er's Club Organized in 1943, uncler the sponsorship of Homer Boflley, the 'Usher's Club's purpose is to provide usher service at football games and other athletiv events. The capable group are skillfully efficient at handling large groups and are of definite service to the school. HEAD USHEHS: James Mirasola and Grace Freshwater SPONSOR: Wir. Horner Bcrdley Back Row: Mary ,lean Fante, JoAnn Celarfly, JoAnn Davis, Dolores Gayrlos, Hose Palma, Esther Yaehini, Eleanor Ceglie, Dolores Santoro. Middle Row: Victoria Tridico, Maxine Wright, Mary Slll6I'CCLlllSlif, William Cooper, Bob Schenfele, George Bilrierbaclx, Martha Mazezka, Edna Quaranta, Anna Ferrantc. Front Bow: Tom McBri4le, Shirley Shears, Grace Freshwater, Mr. Bodley, James Mirasola, Helen Barbush, Barbara Oughton, Thomas Oughton. Turn September teachers September squad of Harry C September Dominic Back The Hands of Time . . . 4 . . . The first day of school for teachers and students. Many new and students. 7 . . . First pep assembly of the year. Coach introduces football 1951. Game with New Cumberland at llOIll6. Denny Williams and iccarelli selected as co-captains. 10 . . . John Zak chosen to lead Senior activities. Assisting him are Pellicciotti, vice-presidentg .loanne Thornburg, secretary-treasurer. Sam Lada selected president by Juniorsg Frank Marino, vice-presidentg Mary Jena Fante, secretary-treasurer. Masque and Gavel meets to reorganize club. C.A.A. n September September leets to pla11 this year's schedulez. 12 . . . Hi--Y mkcs plans for coming year., 13 . . . Pep-rally for Wheeling Central game presented by G.A.A. Dcxwnpour accompanies the game at Wlheeling Stadium. September 14 . . . First meeting of O. S. S. held to reorganize club and to in- duct new members. September 18 . . . Crinkey presides over F.l-l.A at noon meeting. Boys' Glen Club organized under the sponsorship of Mr. Orsini. September 21 . . . Warwood Vikings upset football season by defeating Follans- bce eleven by a score of 9-0. October 3 . . . ,layvees loose to' Vl7ellsburg reserves, 13-6. October 5 . . . Follansbee vs. Benwood Union. Wlave triumphs 6-0. October 7 . . . Seniors choose Tennant of Weirton as class photographer. October 12 . . . Fcllansbee makes it two years in a row, defeates Weirton 1.9-7. October 15 . . .Follansbee reserves follow varsity example. Beat W'eirton re- serves 19-6. October 17 . . . Commercial Club reorganized under Anthony Campanelli, Ella Mae Simmons to lead. assisted by Marilyn Allen, Margaret Smerecansky, and Pat Blac Otcober 18 October 25 October 26 kburn. . . . New scoreboard erected in stadium by Follansbee Bo'oster's Club. . . . First honor roll released . . . Seniors lead. . . . Toronto Red Knights tie Follansbce Blue Wlave. Score 6-6. Juan- ita Johnston reigns as Homecoming Queen. October 29 assembly . . . Student Council presents The Hammerettcs as first in series of programs. Juniors hold Halloween Carnival. Sam Lada and Anton- ette Ciccarelli reign as laing and queen. November N ovember November November November November November November selected November 1 . . . Students get 2 day vacation. rFBLlCl1CI'7S Convention in Wheeling. 2 . . . Wave retains County Championshipg Edges Wellsburg 13-6, 9 . . . Vllave closes season by downing St. Clairsville 18-7. School observes National Education Week. 12... Seniors try out for Play. Juniors order class rings from Herff-Jones Company. 16 . . . Masque and Gavel present Armistice Day program. 20 . . . F. H. A. presents Thanksgiving program. McDarmont, lzenson to head 1952 yearbook staff. 26 . . . 1951-1952 Basketball season opens. Page 84 November 29 . . . Student Council presents Palmer Martin Nlarioneltes 1 , lfool- honcred at football banquet. .1 . . . Driver education class, holds assembly. Cues! speaker, Price read of driver's edueation in W. Ya. Annual College Day held. A - . . . John Zak chosen to pilot 1951--1952 basketball team. . 1. . Basketball team loses opener to Benwood, 02-40. . . . juniors receive class rings: ' ' ball squad Deeetnher' ' Clarlt, 1 December 7 llecember 15 1,P0t2lll1Jl5I"1li llfeeniber 19 December 241 Inter- . . . .1r. Y' Teens present Christmas Cartxl 1'ageanl. Annual postponed because of snow. 'I Club prom December 21 1,006-'Ill-l3'PiI'i2'2' December 29 J annary .1 anuary 2 -i D .1 anuary 4 ,lanuafy ,lanuary 51-40. ,l anuary ,lanuary .1 anuary January 25 . 41-39. ,l anuary ,l anuary 50 lflebru 17 ebru ll 0 ary 1. lfebruary 1'lt'lJlll lfebru Febru Febru Febr lfebru lfebru lfebru March Marc-11 llll ilI'Y ary ary ary ll FY ary a ry 3. 7 . . Q 19-10 11 16 18 . 22 . 29 1 . - .J 7 12 14 15 19 22 675 -as 29 . . . Follansbee loses second game to,Steubenvi1le Central, 51-42. . . .- Christmas 'vacation beginsq " . . . Wave edge 1V1ingo Indians toy gain first victory of season, 51-47. .Blue Vlvave quintet defeated in the Big Red game by seore of T1-40 . Students resume sehool after L'1V1erry Christmasl' holiday, . 17o1la1isbee's Bltwuymve- victorious over Bethany Bisons, 04-30. '. . .1P1ay cast all Haflutter. 'f,lune'Wedding1' 'givpn as Class muy' . . Follansbee suffers setback, defeated by Wveirton lied Riders. Student Council presents Wilfred Hetzel, basl-.etball expert. . . Wellsburg Orange Crushers defeat Blue Wave, 61-41. Follansbee defeats New Cumberland 52-48. . . Follansbee loses 5'1'1eartbreaker" as Weirton wins by twof points, Steubenville 'tBig Redh defeats Follansbee, 52-36. Band concert given in assembly. Blue Wvave downs Orange Crushers, 54-44. Mingo lndians defeat Blue Wave, 51-32. Blue Wave defeated by 'l'riads, 07-49. . . . --12. Blue Vlvavc downed by W arwood Vikings, 67 . . . George Campbell, Hi-Y speal-Lcr for assembly program. . . . Follansbee downs New Cumberland, 07--15. . . . Bisons defeated by Blue Vlfave, 58-42. Fcxllansbee vs. Bellaire St. ,lo1ms, lost oo--511. ...1V1oviefW.V.U. vs. N.Y.ll. . . . Thespians present "The Singing Chest". . . . Library Club sponsors uCo1d Diggefs Ball." Boy's Alumni Chorus presents program for students, junior-1'1i on1y11 Seventh grade stars in assembly. Page 85 March 8 . . , Sectional basketball toumamcnt at Warwood. Warwood wins. March 12 . . . Dramatic Club members travel to West Liberty. March 14 . . . Students enjoy assembly program by Boys' Clee Club, direcwr Mr. Orsini. March 20 . . .Miss Tennant's home economics' class presents style show. March 21 . . . Eighth grade presents assembly for Junior-Hi. March 25 . . . National Honor Society inducts new members. March 28 . . . Sub-Debs hold "Sock Hop" in gym. April 3 . . . Open House observed with Spring Program. April 10 . . . Senior Y-Teens present chorus from West Liberty as part of Easter Program. April 11 . . . Easter vacation begins. April 16 . . . Band presents Spring concert. April 18 . . . Band participates in regional concert. April 24 . . . .lunio'r Class presents play. May 1-3 . . . State Band festival at Huntington. May 9 . . . Award Day . . . Commercial, athletic, cheerleader, etc., awards made by sponsors and officers. May 10 . . . Regional track meet at Wheeling. May 16 . . . Junior-Senior prom held at Foreman's Club . . . all night party proves success. May 17 . . . State Track meet held at Charleston. May 25 . . . Baccalaureate services held in auditorium. May 26 . . . Seniors say final farewell . . . Commencement exercises held in F. H. S. auditorium. Page 86 JOE'S MARKET PHONE 399 1070 Main Street Follansbee, West Virginia EDWARD'S FLORISTS MAY AND LEOPOLD COMPANY Funeral Flowers "FINE FURNITURE" Steubenville, Ohio Ph0I16 218 Follansbee, W. Va. Corsages and Cut Flowers Specialized BUSINESS TRAINING HERFF i- JONES COMPANY Steubenville Business College OF INDIANAPOLIS 185 N. 4th INDIANA ince 1896 Telephone 2-4441 Steubenville, Ohio Jewelers to Classes of '50 '51 and '52 Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of Follansbee High School from The Miners 82 Mechanics Savings 81 Trust Unmpany "The Friendly Bank" Steubenville, Ohio MEMBER F.D.I.C. Page 87 iennani faolo Jfucfio E228 Mai11,.Strcot. . PHONE 2136 Waiifton, Wg va.-. u r ,ROYAL PASTRY ' I 3776 Main street ' , , ,CQMPLIMENTS,,0F,. . . Cove Station, Weiifigoh,-VV. Va. , .A , ,Q W CAROLINA BUILDERS, INC . . A K ..: J I.: Lumber and Building Supplies Birthday and flakes 'Wellsburg Fouansbee f0ur Specialty ' mm MEN wuo CARE ' p D i l T H E P H I L-M O R l STmmENv1LI.E COCA-COLA A V r ' , ,BOTTLNG WORKS rims Ferry Steubenville p ' r A , ' Steubemgi1le,Qhi0 I I w Ilb B M tc Member of Federal Deposit Insurance. Corporation WELLSBURG, W. VA." Paar 88 A-1 VCOIHPUIUGIWS Of- A GEORGE W. MCCAUSLEN 81 SON . - FLORISTS JOHNNY'S MARKET One Store Only Phone 471 731 Main Street ' " Fort Steuben Building Dial-25351 Follansbee, W. Va. D Steubenville, Ohio THE HUB I Eastern Ol1io's Greatest Store S Steubenville, Ohio Wheeling's Fashion Center Frqnk Basil For Exclusive COATS - SUITS - DRESSES General Insurance I K a U G n S Justice of the Peace 28 Eleventh Street Notary public Wheeling, W. Va. STORE! OF DISTINCTIVE s'rYL1:s Telephone 211 Open A Convenient Charge Account CITY BUILDING FOLLANSBEE, W. VA. Residence Phone 393-M Compliments of National Exchange Bank 8. Trust Co. Organized inl8l6 STEUBENVILLE, OHIO Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Page 89 Compliments of MYERS STUDIO Portrait and Commercial Photographers PHOIN E 31641 421 WASHINGTON STREET STEUBENVILLE, OHIO Home-Grown Flowers For All Occasions Ed and Bus c . Best Flowers Since 1867 PHONE 2-4525 173 NORTH FOURTH STEUBENVILLE, OHIO STREET The Target Shop Compliments of 423 Washington Street w' T' Grunt Steubenville, Ohio "If it's sports we have it." 418 MARKET STREET STEUBENVILLE, OHIO Loyal Order of Moose Follunsbee Lodge No. 205 'TQ' X fig ,., -- ' "We believe that every child is entitled to a high school education and a tradqf' Page 90 l l Xi X Xi "L , X X ' if , STEEL ' My 1:o.wg1c11 '1'1'1,14 Tloxs xx i W1 TH 11114 o1c,f1ol111'11xo l,'I,ASS or' L NATXUNA 1'o1,1,14,xs1:1f:1f IIIGII Sc:11oo1, . . WEIRTON STEEL COMPA Y Thomas E. Millsop, President WEIRTON, West Virginia A Friendly Place To Work .... A Good Place To Live Page 91 FULLANSBEE STEEL MILL O N'S S EE L C O1R'PO RATIO SHEET METAL SPECIALTY DIVISION r S WEST V RIGINIA Compliments of Lcmtz Dairy THE ORIGINAL JAMES FUNERAL HOME 35 Years Service Ambulance Service Day or Night TELEPHONE 151 Norma D. Gardner FOLLANSBEE, W. VA. JACK and JILL KIDDIE SHOPPE Infant and Children's Wear Our Specialty 832 MAIN STREET FOLLANSBEE, W. VA. LOUIS CAPITO AND SONS Records, Sheet Music, Musical Instruments and Electrical Appliances Weir-Cove Moving and Storage Co. Steel Haulers Motor Freight Transportation TELEVISION Serving Follansbee and the Valley PHONE 999 4224 Ferry Road Cove Station 3310 MAIN STREET WEIRTOIN, W. VA. Weirton, W. Va. R. Castelli, Pres. LIPAN'S SERVICE STATION .MMOCO PRODUCTS Lubrication - Tire Repair Car Washing Corner Main and Ferry Road Weirton, West Virginia Wishing all the Graduates Success AIhena's FLOWERS and GIFTS for ALL OOCASLONS Floral Designs in the Modern Methods Ph- 1294 3757 Main Street Weirton, West Virginia Page 94 BANK 0F FOIIANSBEE FOLLANSBEE, WEST VIRGINIA Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of Compliments of I . Follansbee Appliance Bryqn'5 Regfqurqnf FIRESTONE PRODUCTS PHONE 302 NNI The Follclnsbee Review Printers 81 Publishers "SINCE 1911" 834 MAIN STREET FOLLANSBEE, W. VA PHONE 121 Page 95 MAIN STREET SERVICE STATIO GAS .... SUNOCO .... OIL P. C. WALKER N DAN CICCOLELLA Quality Meats and Groceries Imported Italian Products PHONE 341 703 Allegheny Street Follansbee, W. Va. TRIANGLE FOOD MARKET Quality Meats . . . Groceries , Frozen Foods Hooverson Heights - Phone 154 Follansbee, W. Va. Proprietors: Rigby and Heaton BUFFALO CONFECTIONERY "WHERE DAD TOOK MOM" After the ga.m'e,' A ' After the show, Meet your Friends at the Buffalo TRAUBERT'S DRUG STORE The REXALL store Delivery Service Phone 270 MATTERER'S Credit Jewelers Authorized Agents for Keepsake Diamond Rings Bulova Watches FOLLANSBEE, W. VA. Compliments of ALLEN'S FOOD MARKET FOLLANSBEE, W. VA. A A. FERRANTE FRESH MEATS' - GROCDERIES , Phone 94 ' 910 MAIN STREET FOLLANSBEE, W. VA. , 3. O Page 96 ALCO RADIO and ELECTRIC HEIGHTS CONFECTIONERY COMPANY CONFECTIONS .... MAGAZINES SALES and SERVICE Radios Washers, Refrigerators, Hardware, Toys. Small Appliances, Electrical Supplies, Electrical Confnacflng- BUS JONES. PROPRIETOR PHONE 462 774 MAIN STREET FOLLANSBEE, W. VA. Telephone 287-R Hilltop Equipment 8g Supply Company PHONE 160-R Congratulations to the mass of 1952 MAY WE HELP BUILD YOUR FUTURE HOOVERSON HEIGHTS Member Federal Reserve System Citizen's Bunk at Follunsbee Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Page 97 Compliments of NUSSET STUIHO 81 CAMERA SHUI' CAMERAS AND SUPPLIES 120 North Sth Street Steubenville, Ohio RHODES STUDIO Weddings J w"""'ff, Portraits O Commercial E ,.,, S Diana! 7Mulu!4 uauMc:v'fa?u:'n "Photographs Anytime Anywhere 105 Eighth Street Wellsburg, W. Va. COMPLIMENTS OF I. S- U. Representing 10,000 Employees of Weirton Steel Company Page 98 FOR HIGHER EDUCATION O According to a tradition of 700 years O Yet .... as Modern as Tomorrow The College of Steubenville O By the Franciscan Fathers O For Everyone O Day and Evening O Men and Women Compliments of Denmark's Fur Shop 114-16 SOUTH 4TH STREET STEUBENVILLE, OHIO Harts For Diamonds Hart's Jewelers 421 MARKET STREET STEUBENVILLE, OHIO Compliments of May Stern and Co. STEUBENVILLE, OHIO Weirton Automobile Dealers Association Samuel Kusic Motor Sales Central Chevrolet Cove Car Company John Ceglie's Market MEATS GROCERIES FREE DELIVERY l PHONE 348 Wright Motor Company, Inc. Pietro Dinovo and Son Cattrell Motor Company Jones Motor Company Tri-State Motor Company Highland Motor Sales Page 99 JOHN B. SIMONETTI BRODY'S BRICK AND STONE CONTRACTOR Fine Furniture 641 Allegheny Street Follansbee, West Virginia 140 Sguth 4th SU-get Steubenvile, Ohio "The Last Word in Fashion is Always First at A If I If I2 9 I Steubenville's Dependable Store Compliments Of QQUIQIER PRINTING, Co ' "QUALITY PRINTERS SINCE 1869" Phone 2131 New Cumberland, W. Va... Page limi Popularit Marilyn Allen ..... Betty Bryan . .. Ann Coker .... Jeanetta Forker . Joanne Slanchik .... Mary Ann Pellicciotti Juanita Johnston .. Norean Wright . . . Most Popular Seniors .. Juniors Sophomores . ......Freshmen.... Athletes Curvaceous .... Best Physique ....Dancers..........,...... . Personality Brain Joanne Thornburg ......... Most Likely to Succeed Joanne Slanchik .. Juanita Johnston .. Shirley Mayernick Shirley Murray . . . Mina Bowman .... Ruth Varner .... Ruth Hooper p .... Juanita Johnston .... .loanne Thornburg Roberta Vickers . . . Sally Sue Thornbur Judy Davis ....... Betty Heckman . . . 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