Steubenville High School - Crimsonite Yearbook (Steubenville, OH)
- Class of 1940
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STEUBENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Wm! 741. SHAW
IN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF HIS MANY
SERVICES AND FAITHFUL FRIENDSHIP
TO THE STUDENTS OF THIS HIGH
SCHOOL, WE, THE GRADUATES OF THE
CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY,
SINCERELY DEDICATE THIS, OUR ANNUAL
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6 THHIRHQII MUS
'All the worldis a stage,
And all the men and women, merely players."
Lasl noles of music die away,
The curlain rises on lhe play,
The scene is Here-The lime. Today.
The play is merely a Revue
Of four years, during which lhere grew
Young men and women, brave and lrue.
Each pupil has a leading parl,
As deslined from 'rhe very s'rar+,
To be performed wilh happy hearl.
Baclcsfage +he Jreachers lend 'rheir aid
As promplers in The huge parade
Of Talenl being Jrhere displayed.
The scenes will slip by very lash
And so, before The chance is pas'r,
Please come baclcsfage and meel' our casf.
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Jessie M. Byers Fred E. Kendall Andrew W. Fenslce
Harold H. Bach Beriha Creswell
Mary E. Brown Rachael Freedman Joseph B. Hughes
Charles Q. Carrledge Agnes J. Duslcey
Margarei Boyd Simon A. Grill Harold Beckes
T. W. Caskey Bernice R. Dennis
Lillian Cochran Margarel' Hilsinger Fred C. Lausch
Nina R. Clay Juliel' W. Eakin
Marjorie CaH'ell Marfha C. Madora
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Miriam NeHing , Frances Krumm
James T. Welsh George K. Pearce Eleanor Giles
I John A. Turlcopp E. Louise Lyons
Flora Augusf Lenoir Pomeroy Elizabe+h Newlon, Secrefary +0 Principal
Paul l-l. Wrigh+ Ecli+h Manor '
Elvira Parrish Charles T. lvlcQuinifF John W. Siimpson
RUSSEL E. SCI-IAFER
Superin+enden+ of Sleubenville
FOREST J. MICK
Principal of Sleubenville High School
Board of Education
CHARLES H. MCEARLAND ,7,,.....,..,,,7.....,...,..,,,...,,...,.. Presiclenl'
HARRY L. COOPER ...,,,,,,,. .......,, , Vice-Presiclenl
EDITH SMITH .........,..,,,,.,,......,. .. , ..,...A.. Clerk-Treasurer
MARY WILMA DAWSON SAMUEL PEARCE
JOH N E. PETERSON
STeubenville l-ligh School TirsT had an annual in l9lO, published under The name
of "The BulleTin." Ever since Then, a resume oT The preceding year has been pre-
pared by The graduaTing class in The Torm oT This year book.
The EdiTors of This year's "STeuben" have worked hard To make iT a success.
Many gallons oT "midnighT oil" have been burned, much hair has been pulled, many
TighTs have been ToughT, in order To make This book aTTracTive To The sTudenTs. JusT
as wiTh all previous annuals aT The beginning no one ever expecTed To see The book
in prinT. Now ThaT iT is finished, The only worry of The compilers consisTs in The hope
ThaT iT meeTs wiTh The approval of all who read iT.
When you read This "STeuben", remember ThaT iT is due To The labors of The
following sTaTT: 4
EdiTor-in-ChieT .......... .......... R ena Dell BraTrnan
LiTerary EdiTor ,...., ....,...,...., l-l elen Caine
Club EdiTor .,,,,... .....,,,.,........., D oroThy Mills
Music EdiTor ....., ......... M argareT Coupland
SporTs EdiTor ..,..,.......,....s,...... ,...... .............. C a smir Myslinski
PicTure EdiTor ,.,,.....,,.,c...,....,..,........,..,...,.,,. Mary l-lelen Wolperr
AdverTising c.s,...,.. John Turkopp, Sara Mae Endich. Bob Kimble
AnoTher "Big Red" array was whipped inTo
shape by Coach "Punque" CarTledge and his
assisTanT Ang. Vaccaro. AT The beginning of The
season The "Big Redi' looked very impressive. lT
showed a biT of The old Tiqhi- buT seemed To lack
oxperienco. However, The iniury jinx soon rrverTook
The squad and sTayed wiTh iT To The very end oT The
The "Big Red" combine opened The TooTball
soason by deTeaTing l.ancasTer's "Golden Gaels."
ln The TTrsT play oT The game I-'liaTcher suTTered a
knee iniury Thaf kepT him ouT oT The line-up Tor The
remainder oT The season, Three plays aTTer The
opening kick-oTli, E. Mike recovered a Tumble on
The LancasTer TO. STauTTer Then plunged Through
The line Tor 8 yards, and on The nexT play I-lillis
scampered over The goal line Tor The TirsT Touch-
down oT The season. OTher Touchdowns were made
in The Third and TourTh quarTers. STauTTer, Gillian,
and Sloiack proved To be The mosT consisTenT
ground gainers. E. Mike played a bang-up game
aT righT end. The Tinal score was STeubenville 20:
The nexT Team To Tace The "Big Red" was Col-
umbus CenTral. There was a slighT change in The
STeubenvil'e line-up wiTh MonTi aT righT Tackle in
place oT l-laTcher. The TirsT halT oT The game was
played in a ccnTinuous rain. The only score was
made in The TourTh guarTer when SToiack cor:-
pleTed a pass To Cybulski who raced I3 yards Tor
The Touchdown. The game ended wiTh The score
Sieubenville. 6: Columbus CenTral. O.
The Tolfowing Friday The "Big Red" aggregahon
wETnessed Hs TirsT seTback oT The season. The power-
Tul PorTsmouTh "Trofans" came Through wiTh The
TirsT score oT The game. The "Big Red" reTaliaTed
wiTh a 5l-yard drive To Tie The score. However. The
"Trojans" soon Took The lead again when They
recovered a Tumble on The STubbers' 5 yard line.
Bob Mike was The ouTsTanding player in The "Big
Red" line. The game ended wiTh The score PorTs-
mouTh, 39: STeubenville, 6.
The STeubenville Team suffered iTs second
deTeaT aT The hands oT Bellaire. The STubbers seem-
ed a biT beaT-up aTTer The PorTsmouTh encounTer
and lacked The necessary drive To win. AT The end
oT The game The score was Bellaire, 83 STeubenviIIe,
A crowd of l0,000 pegople iammed inTo The
Harding Sfadium and saw The sTaTe champion
Massillon Team again prove iTs invincibiliTy by de-
feaTing The "Big Red." This was The STubbers
TiTTh encounTer wiTh The Tigers, Massillon having
won The lasT Three games. Lonas replaced SToiack
in The STeubenville line-up. The final score was
Massillon, 50: STeubenville, O.
The following week The Team Traveled To Erie,
Pa.. where They encounTered anofher sefback aT
The hands of Erie EasT's Warriors. The game was
played in a sea of mud and bofh Teams had To rely
solely on line plunges. A knee injury puT STauTfer
ouT of games for The remainder of The season. The
final score was Erie, I3: Sreubenville. 6.
The sevenfh game of The season again found
The squad baTTling on foreign soil. The game was
played in McKinley's new sTadium and iT drew a
large crowd. The Canfon combine led by Maran-
Tides subdued The "Big Red" by a score of 20 To O.
The nexT week The Sfubbers played hosT To
MarTins Ferry. This was The TirsT day game and The
lasT home game To be played aT The Harding arena.
The game was hard foughT wi+h Ferry making The
only score. The game ended. Marfins Ferry. 7:
The lasr game saw The STubbers suTfer Their
sevenTh consecuTive defeaf. The iniury iinx clung To
Them To The end. A few new faces appeared in The
Sfeubenville backfield because of injuries To The
regular backs. Brown, a freshman, played his Tirsf
varsiTy game aT halfback. Love was shifTecl Trom
his cenTer posifion To fullback. The "PoTTers" made
The only score of The game by inTercepTing a
Sfeubenville pass and running iT back 30 yards Tor
The Touchdown. BarneTT played a good defensive
game aT guard. The final score was Easf Liverpool.
6: STeubenville O.
Taking parT in high school fooTball for The lasT
Time in The EasT Liverpool game many of The regu-
lars made ready To bid adieu To Their uniforms as
well as To Their Alma MaTer. These boys were:
RoberT Mike, Jack Sfauffer, Ted SaTula, ErnesT
STarr, Paul HaTcher, and Alf Carducci.
This was probably The worsT season experienced
by any "Big Red" Team. Much crediT musT be given
To our coach "Punque" CarTledge. who, Though
hampered by iniuries ThaT Took ouT many of The
regulars, managed To puT Togefher The besT pos-
sible combinafion Thar could be formed from The
If has been lhe cuslom in lhe pasl lo presenl honorary lellers 'ro boys engaging
in infer-scholaslic sporls. This praclice was carried our and ihe following received
Varsily "S" lellersz
Adams. D.: Barnell, T.: Carducci, A.: Cyloulslci, B.: l-larvey, G.: l-lalcher, P.:
l-lillis, R.: Lonas, W.: Milce, Eddie: Mike. Roberl: Monli, V.: Myslinski, C.. Capiain:
Pelerson, W.: Slarr. E.: Sloiaclc, J., Salula. T. Managers: Goodman, S.: Firm, D.:
The schedule for 1940 includes a group of high class Teams which promises lo
offer inleresling games.
Se-pl. 20-Nighl'-Columbus Cenlral
Sepl. 27-Nighl--Daylon Slivers
Ocl. '4-Nighl-Campbell Memorial
Oct I2--Day--A+ Bellaire
Oclr. I8-Nighl-A+ Massillon
Ocl. 25-Day+Erie Easl'
Nov. 2--Day-Canlon McKinley
Nov. 8-Nighl-Al' Marlins Ferry
Nov. l6-Day-Easl Liverpool
Jewelers To Steubenville
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The Student Council
STeubenville High School was one oT The early insTiTuTions oT learning To adopT
The STuclenT Council plan Tor giving pupils a voice in The governmenT oT Their school.
By each home room elecTing a represenTaTive, and Mr. Mick giving his Time, The
pupils and The oTTicials oT The school have come To a beTTer undersTanding oT each
oTher. For years This group oT sTudenTs. elecTed annually. have kepT peace, and acTecl
as an inTermecliary beTween The pupils and The Teachers of .The school.
This parTicular acTiviTy gives The sTudenTs pracTice and experience in selT-
governmenT. They gain a liTTle knowledge of The workings oT parliamenTary law, and
They learn To work TogeTher Tor a common cause.
This year They had The ChrisTmas vacaTion exTencled Tor The beneTiT of The
sTudenTs who had employmenT during The pre-holiday rush. Earlier This year, This
group broughT abouT a liTTle more school spiriT Than has been shown laTely. They
also worked To abolish The rule ThaT prevenTs a pupil's exempTion Trom his examina-
Tions iT he has been absenT more Than Tive days.
WiTh The increase of The number oT sTudenTs in school. The council's imporTance
is growing, also. The work of This group is highly commendable and iT deserves real
appreciaTion Trom The sTudenTs.
The oTficers of This year's council are: President RoberT Dunkle: Vice-President
Frances Reiner: SecreTary, Sara Mae Enclichg SergeanT-aT-Arms, ErncsT ST-nrr.
, Compliments of
S'rEUBENv1LE HERALD STAR
OVERTUQE - Steubenville High School Orchestre
Howard Beclces, DirecTor
lT is indeed rare To Tincl bofh quanTiTy and qualiTy in any organizaTion. buT such
is The case in respecT To The high school orchesTra. From a membership in V929 oT
sixTeen, iT has grown unTil now There are sevenTy-Tive, The largesT membership in iTs
hisToryg and sTill iT has gone on To bigger and beTTer accomplishmenTs. T ,
Long 'before a band was even ThoughT oT, There was an orchesTra in The'school
which. under The direcTorship oT John Phillips, played Tor assemblies and The com-
mencemenT. Since Then. we have had as direcTors. Hugo Miksch, G. AusTin Kuhns
and Howard Beckes. The developmenT oT an orchesTra is necessarily slower Than ThaT
of a band as iT Takes much longer To Train The players oT sTring insTrumenTs Than iT
does The wind insTrumenTs.
ln The lasT Three years. Through The eTforTs oT Mr. Kuhns, addiTional insTrumenTs
were added. so ThaT finally The necessary insTruimenTaTion Tor enTrance inTo conTesT
was reached. ln The disTricT conTesT in '38 we Tied wiTh Bellaire Tor a second raTing
which was The highesT given. ln '39 The orchesTra showed iTs abiliTy by winning a
Superior plus raTing in The disTricT and a second or ExcellenT raTing in The STaTe con-
TesT in Columbus. This year, on March 29. This organizaTion,gain received a Superior
plus raTing in The disTricT conTesT aT Muskingum College.
The presidenT oT The group is Ranier DelnTinis: The concerT masTer' is Mario
INTEIQMISSION - Steubenville l-ligh School Chorus
Howard Beclces. Direclor A
Our mixed chorus has a membership of sixly This year. This choir is a source of
inleresl' 'ro 'rhe enlire school and, also, aids in musical apprecialion. We are cerlain
lhal 'rhe pupils of 'rhe school will always recall The Carols as sung by The chorus in
our halls ar Chrislmas lime. V
Our chorus, as an A Capella Choir. parlicipared in lhe Ohio Valley con+es'r in
'38 al Wheeling, and received an Excellenl raling. ln l938 The chorus received The
same raling in The dislricl conl'esl'. Three years ago robes were made 'lor This group
under 'rhe direclion of Miss Dennis and assisled by 'rhe girls of Jrhe l-lome Economics
The choir makes many public appearances lhroughoul 'rhe year lalcing parl in
concerls, assemblies, and special occasions. Soloisls and seleclecl groups are also
given an opporlunily To enler conlesrs and also To sing before civic organizalions
of lhe cily.
The presidenr of lhe chorus is Arrhur Livergood.
FINALE - - - Steubenville l-ligh School Bond
Howard Beclces, Direcior
The high-school band is 'rhe pride noi' only of lhe school bul of Jrhe enfire com-
munHy. Hs repulaiion 'for Hs abilHy lo play Jrhe loesl' music in The besl manner has
exiended beyond Ohio and has pui Sleubenville in The fronl' ranks in high-school
The band now has 90 pieces in Hs conceri organizaiion and lO2 in Hs marching
band. All The members of The conceri band are excellenlly irained as has been
evidenced many limes in +heir sigh? reading work on boih disiricl and slale coniesis.
The Sreubenville band lirsl parlicipaled in a Slaie conresf in i928 al Akron and
again in l93l ai' Porismoulh, boih under 'rhe direciion of l-lugo lvliksch. WHh 'rhe
coming of G. Ausiin Kuhns in l932 'rhe band won many firslrs and seconds loolh in
Disiricf and Siaie coniesis. The high poinlr was Hs parricipafion in Jrhe Naiional ai
Ellcari. Indiana, in I938.
Mr. Kuhns resigned in '39 'ro go 'lo Findlay. Ohio, and Howard Beclces came +0
Sieulaenville. Our loes+ wishes go fo each of +hem for success in new locarions.
This year fhe band was given an a-I ra+ing in The Dislricl coniesf a+ New Con-
cord. and laier rcceived a 2+ irafing in Columbus.
The band presidenr is Margarei Coupland.
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PresidenT .............,.,,,,.,.,...,....,...,,..........A..,,,. JAMES WHITMAN
Vice-PresidenT ,....... ...,..,.,, S PENCE KRAGER
SecreTary ..,.,.,,,.,. ,,.,..... R OBERT KIMBLE
Treasurer ..,,,..,...,. ...,....,..,..... V IRGIL MONTT
CommiTTeeman .....,.........,7.7.,,,.,............. LORNA JEAN MILLER
Class MoTTo-Carpe Diem lSieze The opporTuniTyl
Class Flower-Prince Felix Rose lRecll
Class Colors-Maroon and WhiTe
l On The nexT Two pages are picTures OT almosT The enTire
T Junior Class. This is The TirsT Time in many years ThaT The Junior
Class has been TeaTured in an annual in This manner.
The Crimson ond The Block
Allhough Yale has always favored +he viole+'s dark blue
And The gen+le sons of Harvard +o rhe Crimson rose are Jrrue:
We will own our colors' splendor. nor honor shall 'rhey lack
While lhe l-ligh School sfands defender of +he Crimson and fhe Black.
Through 'rhe four long years of high school, 'mids'r 'rhe scenes we know
As 'rhe mysfic charms of knowledge we vainly seek io spell:
Or we win alhlelic viciories on lhe fooiball field or Jrrack.
Slilll we work for dear old high school and +he Crimson and ihe Black.
When 'rhe cares oi life o'er+ake us, mingling fasf our locks wiih gray,
Should our dearesi hope belray us. false iorlunes fall away:
Then we banish care and sadness as we +urn our memories back
Slill we work for dear old high school and The Crimson and 'rhe Black.
May Your Future
Be As Pleasant As Your
High School Years
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' Our school, This year, was represenTed by one oT The besT baslceTball Teams iT
has had in some Time, AlThough iT TalTered a biT in The closing sTages oT The season,
iT managed To Tinish wiTh Twelve wins and seven losses. The Reserve Team Tinished
wiTh eleven wins and seven losses. The Team was again coached by Coach C.
CarTledge and his assisTanT, Ang. Vaccarro.
The Big Red opened Their season by deTeaTing The Alumni, a Team composed
of Tormer Wells sTars, by a score oT 36 To 29. The Reserves won 4l To 27. .
The second game was played aT Bridgeport The "STubbers" again were vicTor-
ious, STeubenville 42, BridgeporT 32. The "B" Team was deTeaTed 33 To 35.
lvlingo high's courTmen came To STeubenville wiTh high hopes, buT They were
romped 52 To 2l. The "LiTTle STulos" won 40 To 24.
The nexT game saw BridgeporT invading The Wells Tloor To avenge The seTbaclc
suTTered aT The hands oT The STubbers in Their TirsT encounTer. ln The lasT Tew seconds
The BridgeporT Team sank a Tield goal To win The game by a one poinT margin-
3l To 30. The "B" Team won 34 To 20.
The TiTTh game was played in Wellsville where The STubs meT The same TaTe ThaT
They did aT The hands oT BridgeporT. The score: Wellsville 3l, STeubenville 30. The
Reserves won again 23 To l4.
For The Tollowing game They Traveled To lvlarTins Ferry where They beaT The
highly-TouTed Ferry Team 37 To 34. The liTTle STubs Tell vicTims OT Ferry's "B" Team
by a score oT 2l To 4l.
WeirTon's "Red Riders" came To STeubenville where They were soon seT back
by 44 To 33. The STeubenville "B" Team losT again 20 To 49. 'JT '
Headqualte for Band
FINDT MUQ C QOMPANY
The eighTh game saw The STubs again playing on a Toreign Tloor. They played
TilTonsville and were behind mosT oT The game. ln The lasT Tew minuTes They spurTed
ouT in TronT To win 52 To 50. The Reserves won Their game by 42 To 36.
A The Wellsmen played ToronTo and added anoTher vicTim To Their lisT by deTeaT-
ing Them 38 To 32. The liTTle STubs were vicTorious by 4I To 25.
Follansbee was The nexT vicTim To Tall. They were romped by The STubs 50 To 3l.
The STeubenville "B" Team also won by 45 To 20.
The mosT Thrilling game played aT The Wells gym Tor many years was wiTnessed
when EasT Liverpool came To STeubenville. The game was played on even Terms Till
The Third quarTer. AT The sTarT oT The TourTh quarTer The "PoTTers" Took The lead
and kepT iT unTil The closing seconds oT The game. JusT when many Tans gave up all
hope oT winning, The Big Red seemed To gain new life and overcame The Tive poinT
lead and added Tour more poinTs To win 39 To 35. E. Mike led The aTTack wiTh I7
poinTs. The Reserves Took over The Liverpool "B" Team 30 To l5.
The STubs wenT To W'eirTon where They suTfered Their Third seTback, 33 To 4l.
The "B" Team also losT 25 To 30.
The nexT game saw The STubs avenge The deTeaT suTFered aT Wellsvile by romp-
ing The Wellsville Team 6l To 2I. The liTTle STubs won L38 To 32.
lviarTin5 Ferry came To STeubenville and Wells losT iTs TourTh game oT The season.
Due To The closeness oT The game, There resulTed some unp!easanT clashes beTween
players. The Tinal score, Ferry, 48: Sieubennville, 35. The "B" Team losT 25 To 37.
This was The lasT game To be played on The Wells Annex Tloor. NexT year's games
will be played in The new high school gym. '
The Tollowing SaTurday STeubenville played aT EasT Liverpool. The PoTTers
seT Them back by a score oT 43 To 53. The Reserves losT 8 To 24.
The Big Reds wenT To Follansbee and won 45 To 37. The liTTle STubbers were
also vicTorious by 24 To ll.
The Tollowing Friday The STubs wenT To ToronTo whore They were deTeaTed
33 To 38. The "B" Team meT The same TaTe. The Score: STeubenville 29, ToronTo 33.
ln The lasT scheduled game oT The season The Eig Red beaT Mingo 39 To 27.
The Reserves won 37 To 22.
ln The disTricT TournamenT STeubenville was maTched againsT TilTonsville. The
Big Red losT 43 To 34.
The Big Red ended Their season wiTh Twelve wins and seven losses, wiTh no Team
Taking The measure oT The Big Red Twice. The Big Red Team scored 773 poinTs Tor
an average oT 4I poinTs per game Tor T9 games, while Their opponenTs scored 667
poinTs Tor.an average oT 35 poinTs per game.
Eddie lvlike led The scoring by collecTing 243 poinTs, Ted SaTula was nexT wiTh
T85 Tollowed by Tony Torcasio wiTh l05, Nick Goich Sl, Larry l-Tadobas 73, and
"Duck" Adams 68.
The Reserves won ll games and losT 7. They scored 554 poinTs while
Their opponenTs scored 475 poinTs. his
Shelly Goodman was The high scorer Tor The Reserves wiTh l2O poinTs.
The Tollowing received varsiTy "S" leTTers: SaTula. T, CapTain: Adams.
D.: Goich. N.: Grgich, N.: l-ladobas, L.: l-ladobas, W.: Mike, E.: and Tor- aj: .-.V
The Girl Reserve Club. an affiliafed organizaTion of The Young Women's ChrisTian Associafion,
has long been a parT of The varied club program offered aT STeubenville l-ligh School. The officers
for I939-40 are: PresidenT, ElizabeTh Schaeffer: Vice PresidenT, MargareT McAndrews: SecreTary.
Wanda GrafTon: Treasurer, l-lannabelle MonTgomeryg Program Chairman, CharloTTe Greneberg:
AssisTanT. BeTTy Dunlap. The faculTy advisor is Miss Taylor.
The purpose of Girl Reserve Clubs in all parTs of The world is "To face life squarely." Programs
and acTiviTies are planned To realize This purpose.
These Junior members of The Y.W.C.A. Take part in communiTy life Through direcT conTribuTions
and personal work.
CharloTTe Greenberg and Jean KeTTler aTTended The yearly conference in Wheeling in February.
A large number of The girls parTicipaTe in The l-li-Y Girl Reserve conferences aT The Y.M.C.A.
The Junior-Senior MaThemaTics Cllub was organized in i928 wiTh The obieci' of opening up
possibiliTies in The The field of rnaThemaTics, creating an inTeresT in The pracTical uses of maThema'Tics,
and promoTing The sTudy of maThemaTics in hisforical. recreaTional, pracTical, and scienfific fields.
An applica,nT for membership musT have complefed aT leasf Two years of high school maThemaTics.
Each school year This .organization presenis an award of meriT, consisTing of a loving cup. To
The sTudenT of The graduaTing class who has The highesf average for four years of high school
Social affairs are planned during The year for The members. Miss Boyd is The club advisor.
Officers for The firsf semesTer included: PresidenT Helen Caine: Vice Presidenf, Jean KeTTler:
oecreTary, Flora Miller: Treasurer, Sarah Margaref Gescheider. For The second sernesTer: President
George Melville: Vice PresidenT, Clara Mae Jones, SecreTary, ElizabeTh Schaefer: Treasurer
CharloTTe Greenberg. .
The Gosh Club
The Gosh Club was organized in The fall of '39. The club is sponsored by Miss Krumm and
The club has Three purposes, namely, providing visual educaTion, planning audiTorium programs.
and offering vocafional guidance. lnformaTion concerning scholarships is also offered To all who
desire iT. '
Each weelr a varied program is prepared by a differenT commiTTee wifh several members of
The club parTicipaTing.
During The pasT year The proiecT commiTTee of The club has prepared aTTracTive posTers con-
cerning school acTiviTies for The bulleTin boards. The club has also recorded a skiT for Robinson's
Music Company and shown a moTion picfure. ,
This organizaTion has several sfanding commiTTees: execufive. social, general improvement
finance, proiecT. scholarship, and occupaTional informaTion. These commiTTees presenT maferial of
inTeresT To Those who are inTeresTed in developing Their hobbies. The spring social affair was a
Leap Year Dance.
Officers for The club are: PresidenT, Rena BraTman, Vice Presidenf, Sara Mae Endich: SecreTary,
DoroThy RalsTong Treasurer, Mary Cafherine McDonald. .
JANE MCDOWELL, Flowers
181 North Fourth Street
I Junior lQecl Cross
The Junior Red Cross Club of Sfeubenville High School is one of fhe leading clubs in fhe
school. lr boasfs a membership larger fhan any ofher school organizafion.
Af fhe firsfqneefing of fhe l939-40 school year fhe club members made if fheir aim fo have
one proiecf for each monfh. ln November fhe members sold ribbons af one of fhe foofball games
and af Thanlrsgivingysenfflwelve baskefs filled wifh canned goods and meaf fo local needy families.
Early in December a parfy was given for fhe club members- and fhe club made a survey of local
charifable insfifufions. As a resulf of fhis survey fhe club senf a radio fo fhe Counfy Infirmary in
January. During fhe monfh of February 525.00 was senf 'ro fhe Nafional Children's Fund. Two pair
of glasses were furnished for high school sfudenfs whose eyes needed affenfion. ln April fhe club
reached fhe peak of ifs acfivifies and gave a Charify Ball af fhe Forf Sfeuben l-lofel.
Officers for fhe pasf year were: President Nancy Cox: Vice Presidenf, Eugene DeLuciag Secre-
fary. Mary Jane Vance: Treasurer, James Weinsfein. Miss Augusf is fhe club advisor.
The Currenf Evenfs Club was organized on Sepfember l, l939. by Miss Clay and a small group
of sfudenfs. The membership is composed enfirely of Sophomores. The meefings are held each
Wednesday affernoon during fhe school year.
The club members are divided info feams, four persons fo one feam. Each week a differenf
feam presenfs a program on some ifem of currenf inferesf such as hisfory. liferafure, phofography.
The enfire group is very acfive and fhe meefings are nof only educafional buf also enferfaining.
The organizafion has proven fo be very successful and when fhe new ferm began in February ifs
enrollmenf was more fhan fripled.
Officers for lhe firsf semesfer are: Presidenf, Thelma Lonngq Vice Presidenf, Wayne Snedelcer:
Secrefary4Treasurer, Eileen Burge.
Officers for fhe second sernesfer are: President Adorna Cellini: Vice Presidenf, Madeline
Rosifa: Secrefary-Treasurer, Edwina Peferson.
CAPITOL Creme STORE
Frank A. Hawkins
Edwin T. Hawkins
Fourth and Adams Sts.
The Journalism Club was organized in IQ36. IT now consisTs of TorTy members. The ulTimaTe
purpose oT The club is The publishing of The school paper. "The Big Red Beacon."
The club advisor is Mr. 'Paul WrighT. lTs officers acT in The capaciTy of The "Beacon" sTaTF and
iTs members are reporfers. The l94O ediTors are: EdiTor-insChieT, MargareT Keller.: AssociaTe EdiTors,
Frances Reiner and James Gaylord: AdverTising Manager, Annabelle Zinlc: Makeup EdiTor. Helen
Caine: News EdiTor and Co-EdiTor, Marilyn McGough and l.aVerne Fisher: FeaTure EcliTor and
Co-EdiTor. DoroThy YosT and Barbara Dyer: Humor EdiTor and Co-EdiTor. Audrey RubensTein and
Jane Finnegan: Girls' SporTs EdiTor. Mary Harvey: Boys' SporTs EdiTor, William LamberT. Jessie
STewarT is in charge of disTribuTion.
A meeTing of The sTaTT is held each Monday in preparaiion for Tuesday's Club meeTing.
The AuTo Club was organized in I934 and has The disTincTion of being one of The lirsT clubs
QT iTs kind in The'STaTe. lT has several naTional alTiliaTions. Two of which are The "Always Be
Careful" lABCl Club and The "NoT Over FiTTy" Club.
The aim of The club is To make iTs members more careful and more skillful drivers. In order
ThaT The club accomplish iTs aim each member musT malce a sTudy of The laws and regulaTions of
The ciTy and sTaTe sTaTuTes as well as Those oT neighboring sTaTes. A greaT deal oT The maTerial
used by The AuTo Club is Taken Trom The publicaTion, "How To Drive."
This club meeTs once a week under The supervision oT Mr. McQuiniTT. The TaculTy advisor.
The officers elecTed This year are: PresidenT, James Brown: Vice PresidenT, James Richardson:
SecreTary-Treasurer, Regis Gaughan. '
The French Club. which was organized several years ago, is now under The direcTion of
Miss AugusT. '
The main purpose of The club is To sTimulaTe The inTeresT of The sTudenTs in The French language,
culTure. and cusToms.
This club diliiers widely Trom The oTher organizaTions of The high school in ThaT iTs meeTings
are conducTecl in French. The meeTings consisT of French games, songs, and reporTs on Tamous men.
Besides The meeTings, flhe club members enioy parTies and oTher social aTfairs each semesTer.
The olilicers :For The pasT year were: PresidenT, Mary Helen WolperT: Vice PresiclenT. Thelma
WeinsTein7 SecreTary-Treasurer, Frances McFeely: Program Chairman, CharloTTe Biorlclund.
Cong:-atulauons and Best
COOPER KI INE COMPANY
The Juniors iumped To an early sTarT and lcepT well ouT in TronT ThroughouT The
TirsT halT oT The series. Based on percenTages The Juniors led wiTh eighT wins and
Tour losses, or .666. The Sophomores and Seniors were Tied Tor The second place
wiTh Tive wins and seven losses. or .4l6.
The Sophomores, bolsTered by The new recruiTs ThaT came To Wells in The
midTerm Trom GranT and Harding, Took The lead in The second halT. They led The
Teams wiTh a percenTage oT .7501 The Juniors were second wiTh .4003 while The
Seniors Trailed wiTh .300.
CompeTing in The Tinals boTh The Juniors and Sophomores were keyed To a high
poinT oT exciTemenT. The game was played on even Terms buT The Sophomores made
Two Tield goals and a Toul in The Tinal minuTes which gave Them a winning margin.
The score: Sophomores, 35-Juniors, 32.
Joe LiTTle oT The Juniors was high poinT man.
Cori mtulatlon and a Lifetime
of Success With Sheaffer
Lifetlme Pens and Pencils
PROBFRT DRUG COMPANY
The Big l2ed Beocon
I94O marks The TourTh anniversary oT The Big Red Beacon. IT daTes back To l936
when Through The iniTiaTive oT Bernard Rosenson and Franklin ManiaTis, The Journal-
ism Club was Tounded. The Beacon is published bi-monThIy during The school year
under The direcTion oT MargareT Keller, EdiTor-In-ChieT, and Frances Reiner and
James Gaylord as associaTe ediTors.
I The purpose OT The Beacon is To sTimuIaTe school spiriT and To acT as a medium
beTween The sTudenT body and The TacuITy.
The school paper is a member oT The Journalism AssociaTion oT Ohio Schools.
IT was represenTed by several oT iTs members aT boTh The sTaTe and disTricT
The I94O Beacon can be remembered Tor several ouTsTanding TeaTures and
proiecTs. IT proved insTrumenTaI in procuring The exTended ChrisTmas vacaTion. The
paper was improved by more picTures and can boasT oT iTs impressive ediTorials
and clever humor. The Beacon sponsored Two sTudenT polls. a TavoriTe song conTesT.
and The selecTion oT The mosT popular boy and girl oT S. I-I. S.
The remaining parT oT The execuTive sTaTl is: Marilyn McGough and La Verne
Fisher. News EcIiTorsq DoroThy YosT and Barbara Dyer, FeaTure EdiTors: Audrey
RubensTein and Jane Finnegan, Humor EdiTorsg Bill LamberT and Mary I-larvey, SoprTs
EdiTorsg Helen Caine, Make-up EdiTorg Annabelle Zink, AdverTising Manager. Mr.
Paul I-I. WrighT acTed as TacuITy advisor.
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Eastern Ohio s G1 eatest Store
S. H. S. Cn Porode
The accounT oT The school year would be incompleTe wiThouT menTioning
"S. H. S. On Parade." GiganTic, sTupendous. colossal. unique, and new, The all-sTudenT
revue broke all previous records, boTh in aTTendance and in The numerous ouTsTand-
ing scenes and acTs. More Than 4,000 people wiTnessed The performance which, like
lasT year's, won Tame by The varieTy oT iTs TalenT. Had seaTing capaciTy permiTTed,
hundreds more would have seen The sTreamlined revue.
From The minuTe The curTain rose on The "S. H. S. RoclceTTes." To The Tinal
sTrain oT music. TalenT and originaliTy marked "S. H. S. On Parade" as one oT The
smarT shows oT The season. All This was due To The show's originaTor and direcTor.
CurTis Greenberg. One oT The Top-TlighT dancers oT The Tri-STaTe disTricT, CurTis
won a place in The memory oT all The Tans who saw The exTravaganza.
The "S. H. S. RoclceTTes" proved To be a sTimulanT To Tans by exhibiTing a galaxy
oT inTricaTe rouTines. Comedy by Fox, Crider, Willson and Sanders "rolled 'em in
The aisles," as did The hilarious boys' chorus. The vocalisTs, The noveI+y numbers. The
dancing, and The amusing blaclcouTs all scored hiTs.
Several oT The ouTsTanding scenes were repeaTed again beTore The RoTary Club
and. also. aT The STeubenville CounTry Club.
Memorable, indeed, To boTh The casT and The audience is "S. H. S. On Parade"
Eastern Ohio s G1 eatest Store
Beach Bellowers Billy
Beach Chorus Trio
Enclich. Sfevenson, CUF+ Wilson and Sander?
THE H. C. Cool: COIKIPANY
Printers and Binders
- Big l2ed Fight Song
Oh leT us TighT, 'lighT, Tight Big Red, l.eT's TighT,
And raise our glory To The sky.
The Team will do iTs l9esT, we'll do The resT.
Come cheer Them wiTh our cry-Ra! Ra! Ra!
FighT, FighT, FighT. BIG RED, leT's TighT
And come vicTorious Through The Tray
And we will shouT Hail! li-lurrah! Three Cheers!
For Big Red STeubenville.
Yea Teavml We're wiTh you every man unTo The end
FighTing hard and Tair a viciory To win.
Do your level besT boys,
Hear us loudly cheering
Figl-1TTeam. FighT Team, Fight FighT, FighT.
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Notionol Honor Society
Local Chapfer No. 28l
Membership in Jrhis Sociely comes lhrough elecfion by a Teacher com-
miriee. Noi more lhan fifleen per ceni of ihe eniire class may be chosen
each year and +he choice musl' be confined lo Jrhe upper lhird of Jrhe class.
Scholarship alone is nol' ihe only requiremenl' for membership buf in
addiiion lhe characier, service, and leadership evidenced by Jrhe pupil is
Jraken info consideralion.
The 'pupils elecied from lhe Class of I94-O lo This sociely are named loelow.
Eliza loeih Schaefer
Mary Helen Wolper+
PARA MOUNT THEATM:
Mary Jane Uhlich
Flora Marie Miller
Mary Cafherine McDonald
Sara Mae Endich
Class ol IQLLO
Presiclenf ,,....7,,,Q,,.. ......Y, M ary Calherine McDonald
Vice Presiclenl' Q....,.,.. ........V..,......,., E clwarcl Johnson
Secrefary ...,..,..,. ,...... J olwn Roberl' Wellman
Treasurer ..,,,....... .,Q.. ...Yr...,Y B e verly Bailie
Commiifeeman Y.Q.,.,. .... , .. ,.,...... Rena Dell Brarman
lv1o++o- "Vinci+ qui se vinci?"
ll-le conquers who :conquers himselfl
Colors - Royal Blue and Wliife
W. G. SPIES Co., Jewelers
In Steubenville Over 60 Years
- I Jean Agnew 3 Irene Aucl'1 5 Ellen Anderson 7 Hallie Adyniece
- Clerical Clerical Accounfing Secrefarial
2 Rocco Augusline 4 Leah Armslrong 6 Franklin Agnew
It Clerical ,, Clerical
R o c. K E
Bealrice Ace1'o Anna Mary Aldridge James Barnlwouse Norvel Boles
Secrelarial Clerical Clerical General
Spinalba Anlolini Margarel Allwya Lida Belly Bales
College Preparafory Secrelarial Secrelarial
Beverly Bailie Owen Burns Fauslina Bianco Jolm Brondos
- College Preparafory College College Preparalory Clerical
Dorollwy Mae Brown Clwarlolle Bjorklund Margarel Coupland George Culnon
Secrelarial General College Preparalory Vocaiional
Harry Crider Helen Caine Alfred Carducci Kailwryn Copeland
General College Preparaiory Vocalional General
Elvira Cosenlino RobbieiCarl'er Pauline DeFoor Rulh Diviclw
Secreiarial Accounling 'College Preparafory College Preparalory
Donald Cable 1 Edward Cellini Paul DeFrances
Accounling College Preparalory College Preparafory
Mario DeJolun Roloerl Dunlcle Sara Mae Endicli William Erwin
Accouniing General College Preparafory College Preparafory
Frances DiFederieo Michael Diequez Willard EllioH'
Vocafional General College Preparalory
Marrlxa Fleming Wilda Grubbs Y Doreen Griflillw Sarah Gesclieider
General Clerical General College Preparalory
Curris Greenberg Slanley Gryszko Cl1ris+opl1er Georgoules
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Jjijji General Clerical College Prepararory Secreiarial
2 Rhoda Gore 4 Margarel' Granl 6 Jean l-laddow
Secrefarial General College Preparafory
Orlea Hayes Virginia l-lallas Roloerl' l-lerbsl' Mary l-lephner
Secrelarial Secrefarial College Preparafory Secrelarial
Arllwur I-lolliday ' Anna l-lruschalc Mary E. l-larris
Accounling Secrerarial College Preparalory
Sidney Hauser Lucille l-leid Berry l-larris Mary Isaac
General College Preparalory College Preparalory Secrelarial
Marian Jones Mildred Joyce George Jones - Jane Kelly
General Secrerarial General College Preparalory
Mary Kayalas Casimir Karpowicz Rose M. Kalinowski Arlene Kayser
Secrefarial General Secreiarial College Prepara+ory
J Ross Kell Willirlw Knox Irving Leon Lavone Lanlz
Clerical General College Preparalory Accounfing
Marie J. Kalinowslci Edward Kirlcparriclc Louise Lamanna
General ' General
Arfhur Livergood Chesrer Ligl1+l1izer Jean MacLeod Frances McFeely
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Dorollwy Lesnanclcy Mary C. McDonald Roloerf McCarrell
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Accouniing J College Preparaiory General
Rose M. Mills Myrile Myers Mia Maragos Roberi Owings
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James Male Elizabeih Moiiai Ralphina Masiroianni
Clerical Clerical Secrefarial
Alice Ochsendori Elizabeih Pieirzak Mary M. Peiers Casimir Prolcorym
General Clerical College Preparaiory Clerical
Pairicia Preble Veronica Paulakonis Michael Peirella Yolando Pace
College Preparafory Accouniing Clerical Clerical
Doroihy Permar Raymond Perrone Lena Mae Porier Mary L. Peirella
Vocaiional Secreiarial Clerical Secrefarial
James Rossi Robe-ri Ryan Frank Roberis Mildred Siier
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Miriam Reno Darinlca Rebar Emilio Rossi
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Secretarial Clerical College Preparafory College Preparaiory
Edward Sawlca Elizabeih Siasiulewicz Mary E. Spanovich
Vocaiional Clerical Secreiarial
Nora Siarr Mary Salamone Jessie Siewari John Sellaroli
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John Browning Belly Burns ' Dororhy Claylon
General Secrefarial College Preparaiory
Ernesl Carducci Elizabelh Davis Ovidio Delvlarco l-lazel Dever
Vocalional Clerical Accounfing College Preparalory
Sophia Devich William Drazich Charles Eberhardl Caroline Flolo
Vocalional General Secrelarial
Walrer Fousl Margaref Ferguson Wanda Freeling Frank Foley
General Secrelarial Accounfing General
Raymond Guy James Gaylord Charles Gardner Regis Gaughan
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Rulh Knowles William L. Long Paul Licking William E. Long
College Preparafory College Preparafory Accounring
Joseph Kaplan Jane Lipperl lrvin Levinson
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Margarel McAndrews Frank McPeelc John Myslinski Rosalie Morris
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Thomas Moorhead l-lelen Morris Helen Marshall John Macre
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Joseph Merriclc l-lelen Nelson Edna Norris Eugene Ochsendorf
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Roberf Murphy Alex Nagy Norman Nickerson
General Vocarional General
Joseph Orsini William Parrish Calvin Pelerson Edward Pagnanelli
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Anna Popovich William Parris Rurh Pugh
Accounling General Clerical
Anlhony Pinii Fred Rieger Anna Radalcovich James Ruach
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Dorolhy Reed Roberl Renfrew James Richardson
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Paul Scurri BeH'y L. Sfalilord William Trainor John Turlcopp
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General Vocafional Clerical Secrefarial
Kennelh Vanlfirlc Anna M. Valerio Phyllis Unroe Doroihy Vein
General' Secrefarial College Preparalory Accounfing
Elhel Villies Oscar Valles Mary J. Uhliclc Auslin Wiles
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2 EHore Bello 4 Mildred Bolanovich 6 Robbie Carrer
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Herman Chociei Dororhy Gorsuch Frank Galoney James Guy
Clerical College Preparaiory General College Preparairory
Evo DiCarlo Helen Gulan John Griffen
Clerical Clerical General
Paul Hafcher Roberr Higgins Mary Hoffman Roberr Hogue
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Fred Hurand Jean Ke'r'rler Roloerr Kirlcpairiclc Virginia Lashley
Accounring College Preparafory Vocafional College Prepararory
Clara Lee Anna Palombizio Mary Belle Pfanneschmidl Mildred Ralcanac
Secrefarial Clerical Clerical X Accounring
James Roe Norma Sanders Charles Scipio i Richard Vogler
Clerical General College Preparaiory College Preparaiory
Mary Russell Louis Sarap Donald Serrle,
General General College Preparafory
Thelma Weinsrein Woodrow Wooden Mildred Yurievic
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Firsl' Row, lelil' 'ro righl: Mildred Bolanovich, Secrelarial: Errore Bello, Accounling: Jack Blum, College Preparalory:
Beverly Brown, General: Dominick Carducci, Accounling: Michael Chilenski, General: Evo DiCarlo, Clerical.
Second Row. l. 'ro r.: Margarel Elswiclc, College Preparalory: Eric Farchione, Accounling: Rulh Eggleslon, Voca-
lionalr John T. Grillen, General: Roloerl l-logue, College Preparalory: Paul l-lalcher. General: Fred l-lurand, Ac-
Third Row, l. l'o r.: Mary F. l-lorlman, General: Eugenia Johnides, Accounling: Jean Kerller, College Preparalory'
Margarel Keller,-College Preparalory: Peler Krnich, Accounling: William J. Lewis, General: Virginia Lashley. Col-
Fourlh Row, l. lo r.: Roberl Mike. Vocalionalz James Mcl-lugh: Frances Jane Mayers, General: Mary Pliannen-
schmidl, Clerical: Anna Palornbizio, Clerical: Mildred Ralcanac, Accounling: Mary Russell, General. , '
Fillh Row, l. 'ro r.: Audrey Rubenslein, College Praparaloryi Dorolhy Ralslon, College Preparalory: James Roe,
Clerical: Frances Reiner, College Preparalory: Elizaloelh Schaefer, College Preparalory: Norma Sanders, Gen-
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Sixlh Row, l. 'ro r.: Slanley Schlesinger, College Preparalory: Woodrow Wooden, General: Fanny Slone, General:
Dorolhy Yos'r,.College Preparalory: Norma Yost General: John Lawson, Clerical: James Guy. College Prepararory
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Dororhy Mills-All This and Heaven, Too.
Bernard Sugarman-Asleep in rhe Deep.
George Jones-No Time For Comedy.
Charloffe Biorkland-Accenr On Youlh.
Bill Erwin-Ain'+ You Ashamedl
Eda Agresra-Vivacious Lady.
Fred Reiger--In My Merry "Oldsmobile"
Louella Weaver-Well, All Righfl
Jean Kelller--l Dream of Jeannie-
Bob Dunkle-Frankly. my dear-
Lucille Heid--l-leid and Seek.
Bob Owing-O, The World's "owing" me a living.
Mildred Freeze-Very Warm for May.
George Hoffman-Laughing Boy.
Audrey Case-L'il Audrey.
Regis Gaughan-Bur Nol wilh 'rhe Wind.
Don Cable-Live Wire.
Sid I-lauser--Hauser 'boul a dale?
Jack Blum-"Buck" Blummy rides again!
Margarel Coupland--A "Frenchie" wenchie.
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Wifh mosr of 'rhe Senior Class alrrending, S+eubenville High School's
lhird annual Senior banquer was held ar 6:30, on Jrhe evening of May 23, af
Jrhe Masonic Temple. Mir. Schafer, Mr. Mick and mos+ of rhe facully were
also in affendance. H' fwas ,a huge success and in a year or fwo our belief
is +ha'r if be on a par wilh +he proms. So come on Juniors and Sophomores,
show your enhfusiasm and make 'rhe liorrh com'ng banquels of your classes
as huge a success as Jrhe Senior banquef of '40 was.
Making arrangemen+s for 'lhe menu were Lucille l-leid. James Roe,
Edward Johnson and Charles Slrean.
On 'lhe program commiHee were Jean Kelrler, Mary Jimison, and Alice
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The Senior-Junior Prom
The annual Senior-Junior prom was held on Friday evening. December The
fifTeenTh. During The evening, The ballroom of The Masonic Temple was The scene
of TrivoliTy and The happy anTics of The confirmed "iiTTerbugs," as The sTudenTs and
faculTy of Wells High School danced To The delighfful music of Fran Eichler.
The ballroom was decoraTed in an inTriguing manner, The class colors of blue
and whiTe fashioning a unique paTTern of a spider web, which blended well wiTh The
dim lighTs oT a ChrisTmas Tree and The flickering shadows of The dancers.
This dance was enjoyed by one hundred and fifTy couples, who danced from
nine To one.
This prom was planned and arranged by The officers of The Class of l940, wiTh
The help of The members of The Senior Class.
The Junior-Senior prom
On The eve of Memorial Day. a greaT porTion of The sTudenTs and The members
of The faculTy of Wells enioyed The gaieTy of The Junior-Senior Prom.
The prom feaTured The sTardusT music of Baron EllioTT and his orchesTra. Dancers
were in a gay holiday mood. filling The evening wiTh mirTh and happiness.
The ballroom of The Masonic Temple was The scene of The dance. IT was deco-
raTed in a skillful manner. displaying To greaT advanTage The Junior Class colors.
The Junior class gave This dance Tor The Senior class of The high school. The
officers of The Junior class planned The affair. These officers are James WhiTman,
presidenTg Spence Krager. vice president Virgil MonTi. secreTaryg RoberT Kimble.
Treasurer, and Lorna Jean Miller, cdmmiTTeewoman.
The Seniors Take This opporTuniTy To Thank The Juniors for making possible such
a pleasanT memory for Their album of high school memories. ,
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As has been The cusTom oT Wells High School, a commiTTee oT seniors gave The
annual ,reciprociTy ComimenncemenT Dance. IT was held in The Masonic Temple aTTer
The graduaTion exercises on June ll.
The dance was well aTTended by boTh sTudenTs and TaculTy. The dancers glided
To The smooTh rhyThms of Paul Campbell.
The ballroom was decoraTed in a mosT charming Tashion, adding To The gay
spiriTs of The guesTs.
This CommencemenT dance was planned in celebraTion oT The Seniors oT Wells
High School, who had received Their diplomas earlier in The evening.
Rena Dell BraTman, Sara Mae Endich, and Mary CaTherine McDonald consTiTuTed
The commiTTee Tor The aTTair.
The sinceresT appreciaTion is exTended To This commiTTee Tor such an enjoyable
TesTiviTy To mark The end oT The high school careers oT The class oT 1940.
"I know a bank where The wild" sTudenTs waiT Tor The SenaTor To round The bend
oT The Ohio River. The annual excursion To Rock Springs Park, one oT The hi-liTes oT
The school year, was held on May 25.
For days noThing was discussed buT The boaT ride. There wasn'T really anyThing
To discuss - everyone knew everyone else would go, Tor iT's TradiTion ThaT S.l-l.S.
Turns ouT "en masse" Tor The annual excursion.
ATTer The TirsT inspecTion To see iT everyThi'nc1 is iusT as iT was lasT year. we wenT
To The rail'To waTch The SenaTor pull away Trom The STeubenville dock.
The hoT swing orchesTra, "The Cyclones," hoT dogs and 'foaming rooT beer, "The
Whip," The ska+ing rink, The Top deck, Then The lighTs oT STeubenville OTT The porT
and, docked, Tired and happy, we leave The SenaTor Tor anoTher .year - 'buT These
memories will always be wiTh us oT 'The l94O annual boaT ride.
Paints, VVa1lpa.per, Glass and
A Park ticket line Happy?
Sarah Mae and lunch Another 'ticket line
Ah! Kiclclies' day Girls and dolls
More girls and Kioldies' day On the beautiful Ohio
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"The play's The Thing"- and This year iT was a sparkling Three-acT comedy by
Ralph Birchard, "Leave lT'To YouTh." The senior play was presenTed by a TalenTed
group OT perTormers, mosT OT whom have Trod The boards behind The TooTlighTs more
Than once. The casT of "Leave IT To YouTh" was Eda AgresTa, as Lupe, The Spanish
maid: BeTTy Johnson, as Delphine Alder, older daughTer oT The Alders: MargareT
Keller, as Lois Alder, youThTul moTher oT The Tamily: FausTina Bianco, as Bunny Alder:
Michael Chilenski, as Andy Alder, aspiring TooTball player: Sid Hauser, as Dyke
BuTler: Sara Mae Endich, as Alice: Mary CaTherine McDonald, as Opal: STan Schles-
inger, as Lynn Craig: RoberT Dunkle, as MaTT Moore, public speaking insTrucTor:
Rena BraTrnan, as Evie STrong, research assisTanT To Dr. Alder: James Brown, as Mr.
Engels: CurTis Greenberg, as Paul Devereaux, brillianT young French scienTisT, and
RoberT Owings, as Dr. Raymond Alder. .
The play happens To TiT The TiTle in ThaT The ploT concerns The younger Alders
and Their problem moTher, who is afraid oT growing old. The way in which The chil-
dren and Their Triends ThwarT Their moTher in her e'lTorTs To keep Trom showing her
age is very amusing.
This Tinely casT play, which owed iTs success To The skillTul direcTion oT Miss
Eleanor Giles, deserves all The appreciaTion and high commenT which The audience
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We Point With Pride
The TiTle oT highesT ranking Senior belongs To BeTTy Schaefer. ThaT makes her
The valedicTorian oT The l94O class. She was PresidenT oT The Girl Reserves and
SecreTary oT The MaTh Club. BeTTy inTends To prepare Tor a Teacher's career. She
enjoys swimming. and includes reading oT books in her lisT oT hobbies. BeTTy is quieT
and sweeT, and loves music. being a TalenTed piano player.
A really nice young man is This Johnson, and he was Vice PresidenT oT The
Senior Class. Too. Eddie had been Vice PresidenT and SecreTary of l-lome Room IO6.
and was a member oT The Red Cross, French andl-li-Y Clubs. Poor Eddie - one of
his peT peeves is crazy haTs. and The haTs This year - well. need we say more? One
oT The more popular Seniors. Eddie possesses one oT The mosT amusing senses of
humor. Ask any one oT his Tellow French classmen.
RoberT Dunkle '
l-lere's a personable young man. "Bobby Jim" was PresidenT oT STudenT Council
and oT his l-lome Room IO6. l-le's everybody's pal and an all-around grand. ambiTious,
and energeTic Tellow. l-le played a year oT varsiTy TooTball and led a pep rally Tor
ThaT lasT memorable PorTsmouTh TooTball game. Bob was one oT The mosT congenial
and besT-liked Qboys in high school. l-le was prominenT in all school aTTairs and acTivi-
Ties. and drew up The peTiTion Tor a Senior AcTiviTies OrganizaTion. l-le helped. Too,
To make The Senior Play The success iT was.
DoTs and dashes. and loTs oT Tlashesl Yes, here comes a iournalisT. lvlargareT
ediTed The "Big Red Beacon" and Turned ouT a paper ThaT was inTeresTing and "Tops"
in maTerial maTTer. She headed The social commiTTee oT The Junior Red Cross Club.
was a RepresenTaTive in The STudenT Council. l
and was an honorary member oT The "Gosh" NZ-'K 'li'
Club. This inTeresTing Senior is a good conver- 2 -Qjxg: if' T
saTionalisT and a real school-spiriTed sTudenT. ms Nfwj' gsm my
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This young man is The highesT ranking Senior A Ig
b0Y- Bob is a "regular guy." l-le held The posi- iii i'
Tion oT Vice PresidenT oT The l-li-Y. They say f OTS,-Y-S
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ThaT Bob is a woman-haTer - could be! AT any gi -
raTe, he does enioy swimming, hiking and Tishing. Q 'C
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On April 4, The "Big Red Beacon" sponsored a conTesT
To deTermine The girl and boy in high school mosT worThy of
The TiTles "King and Queen oT PopulariTy." All pupils were
eligible and The voTers were allowed Their own choice oT The
many popular sTudenTs in school. The resulTs are memorable.
and "The STeuben" Takes This opporTuniTy To presenT once T
again Their maiesTies. Queen Sara Mae Endich, and King
"Chuck" STrean. ToremiosT in The hearTs oT Their classmaTes.
Sara Mae has always been loved Tor her sweeT sincereTy, her charming per-
sonaliTy, maTchless sense of humor. and, of course, her beauTiTul voice.
"Chuck" is The boy ThaT everyone likes, a "regular" Tellow, wiTh an engaging
smile, a manner abouT him ThaT is irresisTible To The Temale sex, and exTremely agree-
able To The male sex.
Their courT consisTs oT The oTher popular boys and girls, in The order oT Their
ranking. We presenT The Royal CourT oT PopulariTy:
Mary CaTherine McDonald
Mary Jane Vance
F. J. MICK
Mary CaTherine McDonald g
PeTiTe, blonde, and always looking as Though she'd iusT sTepped ouT of a band
box, "PaT" is one of The mosT admired seniors in The graduaTing class. She's PresidenT
oT The class OT '40, Treasurer oT The "Gosh" Club, ex-Presidenl' oT The ParliamenTary
Law Club, a member of The Junior Red Cross. and an honor sTudenT, Too. Mary
CaTherine also doTes on hisTrionics, and appeared in LiTTle TheaTre producTions.
CurTis Greenberg '
"CurT" was one of The mosT progressive and TalenTed members of The high
school sTudenT body. and was also a Senior RepresenTaTive. l-le will be remembered
Tor his excellenT showmanship in having produced and direcTed Two ouTsTandingly
successful high school revues - "S.l-l.S. On Parade" of l939 and l94O. PropheTs
predicT greaT Things Tor This senior oT unusual abiliTy and pleasing personaliTy.
Rena Dell BraTman
The EdiTor-in-ChieT of This year book, and EdiTor oT The "CommuniTy ChesT
Courier," Rena also held The posiTions oT commiTTeewoman oT The Senior Class,
PresidenT of The "Gosh" Club, PresidenT oT Home Room 2I, and a member of
The Junior Red Cross. l-ler main inTeresT, however, lies in dramaTics, and she dis-
played promising hisTrionic abiliTy in The TiTle role of The l.iTTle TheaTer Workshop
ProducTion, "Lena Rivers." ln "Leave lT To YouTh," she played, oT all Things, a
research assisTanTl She graduaTed in The TirsT Ten oT her class.
John RoberT WalTman
l-lere's anoTher Senior class oflicer - The SecreTary This Time. JusT To geT in
pracTice Tor This posiTion, "Ollie" iuggled The minuTes in his Home Room IO8 lasT
year. l-le goes in Tor Glenn Miller's orchesTra and chocolaTe pies: ThaT is, when he
isn'T busy wiTh The Hi-Y and lv1aTh Clubs.
Audrey Faye RubensTein
"Aud" is The SaluTaTorian oT The Class oT l94O. She held The posiTion of l-lumor
EdiTor oT The "Beacon," and was a member of The Junior Red Cross and Journalism
Clubs. She is sincere and has a refreshing personaliTy. Audrey's puns and wiTTicisms
are pracTically Tollclore, and Those long, black, shining Tresses are The envy oT many
a Teminine eye, as well as The obiecT oT numerous masculine glances.
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We, lhe Class ol l94O,
Being very sound ol mind,
Find il our desire rlo leave behind
Those qualilies we .hold mosl dear,
And lhose we've had lor many a year.
To Claramae Jones. who dislikes cokes,
Dol Ralslon leaves her lund pl iokes.
Frank Pendlelon, in lhe low bass zone,
Gels Dave Slevenson's sweel lenor lone.
Because "Kay" l-lunler makes so much noise,
We're leaving her Miss McDonald's poise.
To anyone who can qualify,
We lel Curl Greenberg's lalenl lly.
Jimmy Whilman ol lhe Junior Class
l-las everylhing, .so we'll lel him pass.
Lillle Mari Aike - lhal cule Ii++Ie lrick -
Gels Glamour Girl Caine's brighl, ,purple lipslick.
Lucky Wanda Grallon, who is quile well -known,
Will mix Belly Schaeler's sweelness along wilh her own.
John McDonnell, who lhinks his driving can'l be liner,
Leaves 'his abilily lo drive and live lo lillle Morlon Reiner
All lhe lriendliness lhal Nick Goich has,
ls lell lo lhe boys in lhe Junior Class.
The "Oomph" ol Oomphish Mari Kerr, we bequealh
To Eleanor Alexander, in lhe class direclly benealh.
Miss Eileen Auerback, we leave lo you
Thelma Weinslein's l. Q.
Eddie Johnson leaves his gmanners so debonair
To .Jimmy Overholl - beller lreal lhem wilh care!
We add lo Belly Dunlap's gaiely
All ol Fauslina's sponlaneily.
To Lois Dickson We're giving away
The lalkaliveness ol smarl Aurey Faye.
Paul I-lalcher is manly, lhis is quile lrue,
So, Fred -l-larringlon, we leave lhis lo you.
The ,charm ol Mim Reno - long has il shown -
Goes lo Jean il-ladley, lhough she has lols ol her
To George Melville, known as a sheik,
Jack Blum leaves his "lab" lechnique.
For Bill Lamberl il's a lucky day
l-le .gels Bob Wallman's likeable way.
To you, lulure edilor ol B. R. B.,
We leave Margarel Keller's abilily.
Juniors and So hs will lind il worlhwhile
To acquire Jacky Wendall's beaulilul simile.
Given lo Jimmy Riser .by Georgia Mae Groll
ls a voice flhal is ever genlle and soll.
Virginia Duke gels a piece -ol azure skies
When she receives Eleanor Harris' big blue eyes.
' The pep and vivacily ol Eda ,iAgresla we've kepl
For Aileen l-lennessey - if lhese she'll accepl.
We hope lhese lhings .lhal once were ours,
Will bring you many happy hours.
The only lhing we wanl you lo do
ls lo make us proud we lell lhem lo YOU!
,Coniplimehts of. -
DRY CLEANING COMPANY
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Assembly Day In Room IO6
of and Jane Our Piclrure Ed. Gene DeLucia and +he
Bear fCur+ Greenbergl
Miss Krumm and a Pupil Quiflrin' 'Hme on The boa? ride
Kiddies' Day All Aboard!
SCHAEFEIUS ART YVALL PAPER
XVu1lpaper, Paints, Greeting
146 South Fourth St.
I "Fancy lvleeting You Here'
Say Mayme, was iT Omar Khayam who said, "IT's a small world"? Well, anyway,
he cerTainIy knew his geography - whoever iT was. When GerTie and I Took ThaT
Trip around The world, we cerTainIy did meeT a Io+ of old pals in every porT. One
never realizes how big The universe is, I guess, unless They've Taken a Trip around if.
Have you goT a couple of minuTes To spare? Y'have? Well, geT aload of Thisl
I955 being a year for Traveling, GerT and I finally managed To save enough for
a real Tour. I'II never forgef if -i-
On a Lifrle STreeT in' Singapore, who should we meeT, buT Those Three men of
The sea, Those vagabonds, Bill Erwin, Dick Volger. and Alan Heid, iusT off a ca+TIe
boaf - quife smelly, Too. Trying To aHracT Their aTTenTion were Jane LipperT, Mary
Ellen Spanovich. and Virginia Criss. IT's only The beginning, Mayme, only The begin-
ning, because Then we Ieff immediaTeIy on The clipper ship for sunny California.
And who do you Think The airline hos+ess was? PeTiTe, blonde, Jessie STewarT, who
Told us ThaT John Turkopp and Norvel Boles were co-piIoTs of The beaufiful ship. We
admired her uniform and, To our surprise, we found ThaT iT was designed by our
former school chum - you remember - Jean Haddow. Arriving in San Francisco.
Jessie Told us ThaT Johnny Morrelli was iusf opening a new nighT spof, The " '40 Club,"
wiTh an escorf bureau To lure The fun-loving maidens. In The evening we decided To
go There for a biT of relaxafion, and found Thaf The handsome escorTs were none
oTher Than Jimmy Brown, George Jones, and Bob McCarreII. Sfan Schlesinger,
Bernard Sugarman, Bob Dunkle, George Hoffman, Jack Sharp, Charles Sfrean and
Sam STewarT were The "exTras." Evo DiCarIo, The head waiTer, showed us To our
Table. Nearby saT Mary Russell and ArThur Livergood. Before we had Time To look
around for more familiar faces, The IighTs were dimmed and The floor show was ready
To begin. Ernie STarr, The M. C., infroduced Jane Mayers -- she sings wiTh Tommy
Dorsey now, you know. Janie was dressed in a sfunning gown: iT was a real Mary
Jimeson original! There was a brighf flash and we Turned To see Bob Ivlogue Taking
her picfure. He's The phoTographer for The "BugIe BIas+." The only oTher former
school chums of ours we recognized were Peggy GranT and Mary Helen Wolperf.
Peggy did a syncopaTed Tap specialfy, and Mary Helen enacTed a one-woman
"Gracie Allen." Following The show, we saw a
group of women wiTh Their daTes. We recog-
nized Them as Bunny BaTes, Rufh Divich, Wanda 4 -
Freeling, Mary Hephner, Mary Hoffman, Jane Xxx nam M
Kelly, Helen Morris, BeTTy Lou Sfafford, and Q : I f fSJ,,i6
BeTTy Burns. Mary I-Iephner invifed us To go i P -g li I
over and ioin Their parfy. As we wenT over To UN N!
The Table we heard Mary Hoffman say, "I Think -
Dr. Leon llrvingl broke my jaw when he pulled - ..-- '
my wisdom TooThI If iT hadn'T been for Naomi X , eg
-s I fc I
as ,,,.MfM' "
l-lalley, his nurse. l would have been shipped off To Flora Miller. The morTician!
lmagine! This conversaTion broughT on Mary Helen WolperT's sTory oT her operaTion,
perTormecl by surgeon James Gaylord. when her daTe inTerrupTecl and suggesTed ThaT
we go over To Jack STauTTer's. Did you know ThaT Jack recenTly reTired Trom The ring?
Well, he did, and he appropriaTely named his resTauranT "The Knockout" The Teal-
Tured vocalisT aT Jack's is Vera VieTs, whose. populariTyis sweepingfrhel counTry, iusT as
Bonnie Baker's did 'way "back in- l939,' ADI' T-leF"publici?Tyi agenT. Jack-Toldfus, is Ed
BaTTing, To whom she owes much oT her success. Lucille GreTsinger. as her personal
secreTary. answers all-Vera'sTanimail. on To 'say ThaT'we had iusT missed
Rena BraTman, who dropped in Tor a -hamburg a'TTer her' evening performance in The
season's mosT popular play. The nexT morning, while dashing Tor our Train To DeTroiT.
we sTopped long enough To pick up The morning newspaper. ln glaring headlines, we
saw ThaT Tom Moorhead- had hiT Anna Popovich when his brakes Tailed To work. Well.
can you imagine! Mildred Rieger lThe Tormer Mickey Yurievicl. was represenTing Ann
in courT. While we were siTTing in The club car, we heard ouri names. and Turned To
Tind PaTTy Preble, Beverly Bailie, Mary -MargareT PeTers and BeTTy Johnson iusT bursT-
ing wiTh inTormaTion. They were geTTing oTi in Chicago To hear Sara Mae Endich
give a concerT. They Told us ThaT CharloTTe Biorklund is playing The organ in The
LuTheran Church oT Chicago. They had been To YellowsTone NaTional Park where
Alex Nagy conducTed Them around. The girls said ThaT. because of a' ToresT Tire, They
were unable To see Bob Owings and Frank' McPeek, who are ToresT rangers There.
Those newspaper hounds, DoT YosT and Fran Reiner. were There covering The Tire.
Alex Told Them ThaT earlier in The summer Jean KeTTler, BeTTy Williams. DoT Mills, and
Phyllis Unroe were There. ln DeTroiT. we visiTed Those Mlodel T magneTs, Fred Rieger
and Joe Merrick. who are Trying To sell The idea To puddle-iumpers Tor college boys.
Ed Pagnanelli. Ted SuTula, James Guy, Charles Scipio, and Bob Mike all work in The
TacTory. 4LasT year. during a sTrike, George Gulnon and his miliTary' reserves puT
down The disTurban'ce: ' ATTer we leTT The TacTory, we decided To visiT Sarah MargareT
Gescheider. who has a dramaTic sTudio in The ciTy. She Told us ThaT Annabelle Zink
is working in The laboraTory oT The DeTroiT General l-lospiTal. On our way over To
see,Annabelle.' we'-happened To see Kay McCarThy and Thelma WeinsTein, who had
come To DeTrioiT To geT as car aT The TacTory. Upon learning ThaT we all were leaving
Tor STeubenville. The girls suggesTed ThaT we ride back wiTh Them, insTead oT going
home by bus, as-we had fplanned. We came home and Tound STeubenville iusT as we
had leTT iT, excepT.Tor a dress shop which DoroThy Permar had recenTly opened.
Across The sTreeT 'From DoroThy's shop, we saw "The Jeanne BeauTy Shoppe." owned
by Jean-Agnew - she oT The golden curls and blue eyes. AlThough we're noT as
young as we used To be, we ran across The sTreeT and inTo The beauTy parlor To order
a manicure, 'waves' and Tacial.
Oh, gee, l goTTa run, Mayme - There's my bus. See you in l965 aT The Alikanna
BATES Sz VVHITMAN
School Supplies Athletic
Goods - Omce Supplxes
135 N Fourth St
l is 4
Imperial Order of Jibers
Morro: "Laugh and grow far."
Mos? Gracious Sovereign .,,,.,...,,r... 1 .......,....r....,...,.....,,..., John Iv1cDonall
Lord High Secondliddle .....,,,,.,,...., .,........ E ddie Knowlron
Presidenr of The Praciical Jokers ..,..,7.,,,.,..............,..,A,..,,,.,,AAA Buclc O'Brien
Sacred Sociery of fhe Plaid Shir?
Chief Wahoo ,,,...,.o ,...,,..,,,,,,.............,.........,,...,..,...,,.. J immy Weinslein
Assisranr Wahoo ......... ....,.... Sfan Schlesinger
Firsl' Depuiy ,,.,.,,,.,,,..., ...,... F rank Agnew
Sacred Doorlceeper ...,,........,,.,,..,....,..,,.....,....,,,.,,..,, ,,.,.,. L avone Laniz
Royal Socie'I'y of Grunlers
or, "We Wish We Could Be Serious, Too."
Imperial Sourpuss .,,...,..,,,.....,.........,.......,,,.,.,..,., .........,,,...,. J aclc Collaros
l.iHle Polcerlace .....,e.,..,.,,,. e...e,,,.. R aymond Perrone
Grand Commandam' .,,.,.,.,..,.,.,.,.,,.,.,....,......,..,,.... ,.,,,,A...,,,. J ohn Sellaroli
Royal Knighis of Ihe Monocle
Supreme I-lighbrow ..,,eS,,,,.,.,.....e..,....,,.,,.....,., Sarah Iviargarer Gescheider
Mos? High Second I-lighbrow .,,,,..,,, ,..,.,...,,,...e,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, J ean Keri-Ier
Depuiy ol Jrhe Raised 'Forehead ......,.,.,......,,...e..,...,,,,.,,,,,, Margarel' Keller
Sisferhood of Ye Holle Mirror
Champion Powder Thrower ....,..,.......,,..,.,,..,...........,,,, ...,e..,, ' 'Sis" Perers
Supreme Manipulaior of Ihe Lipsiiclc ...........e......,..,....,......... Jane Mayers
Exalled Comb Weilder ,.,.............,.....,.C................,..,.......,,,..... Jean Agnew
Arrendanis ,,........,...e..,, ........,... M arybelle Phannenschmmidr,
"Pere" Coupland, Parry Preble
Augusl' Order of Ihe Ji'Herbug
Chief Dispenser of Jive ,,....,...,..e.e.,..,..,,....e...........,......,...,,..,. Oscar Valles
Sergeanr ar Jam ,,...............,.......,......,.,....e,,....,,.,....e...........,. David Powers
I-lonorary Members .,., George I-Iolfman, Rurh Fisher and "Lou" Weaver
Dependable Quality Foods
120 North Third Street
"puns Apun To Time"
"AH, CRUEL FATE: AH, WICKED FORTUNE"
Assemble closer, dear children land Seniorsl and l shall relaie 'ro you 'rhe sad
+ale of Celia fAhl. Celia, if you'll remember. was 'The girl who eniered our midsl' a
happy, carefree sophomore. Bui' whal' a iragedy awaiiedg so sweei a lass - alas!
She had been a pari of This greal' Caledral -of Knowledge for bul' a few weeks, when
she fell prey +o Jrhar gvicious monsrer, +ha+ mos+ provoking of all provokalors, lhe
Pun Bug. l-lad she been innoculalred firsr by a lengihy conversaiion wi+h a Pun
addic1', she mighf have avoided rhis dread piifall. Bui Celia was young, impression-
able, and ulrrerly guileless - an easy viciim. She became such an ard,en'r punsier, rhai'
one mighi almosl' have believed her 'ro be hypnorized by an experienced praciioner
of lhe crime. Celia was verilably in+oxica+ed wiih puns. ilShe rhoughl 'rhey were
punyl. Whenever she weni any place, Celia would slealfhily prey upon conversa-
'rions and ,make a surprise a'r+ack wilh a barrage of ghasilyg disloriions of words. As
+ime passed, 'her former friends 'Flew when They saw her coming: or, if escape was
impossible, Jrhey uiiered no single word ywhile in her presence, knowing Jrhaf verbal
murder would be commiiied. Celia, however, iyvas nor 'ro be discouraged, and con-
iinued wilh fher obsession - Talking io herself if no one else cared 'lo ioin 'the sport
Every evening she would carry home ,all The encyclopedias and dictionaries she could
hold, and she spenr hours poring over 1'he words coniained in each. hoping fhal' her
diligent research would yield some herefofore undiscovered pun. One day she
pounced upon an urisuspeciing freshman, and reciled all of her maslerpieces +o him.
The naive "frosh'.' was delighfed. by,+he a++en+ion - ai firsf - and moderaiely
amused, ioo lafier all, a 'freshmanlgbur when 'rhe freshie said +ha+ his sisier wondered
why Celia wasn'+ Taking Chemisiry, and Celia replied, "Taylor, ir Pierce we Kendall
be Thai smari, al+hough l don'+ know how Krumm"g 'rhe 'freshman gol' a wild look in
his eye, and shof boih himself and Celia. The Frosh was ,only wounded, buf Celia,
alackrdid Parrish. Theyiburied her in symmerry, and on her +omb was +he inscriplionz
' A ' ' "l'l..l. CEUA AHL" '
Andi'rha+, kiddies, is Ahl! I Q
219 North Fourth Street
Phone 9250 r
"The Best 5c Hamburger
E., M. ERWIN
T History ol: the Wells Building
For almOsT Three generaTions. The youTh of STeubenville 'mended The Wells
High School, When The Class of l94O gpoured Through iTs old doors, iT marked The
end oT,The lasT-pleasanT year, wiTh all iTs memories, To be,spenT by. sTudenTs in The
Wellsk bi.iildi.ng,m ln,SepTember. I940, The new -STeul9enville High School will be ready
ion schoolwpurposes, iLis.T as The presenT Wells buildingswas in SepTember, 1906.
plheiold Wells ilauildingiwas simple and dignified, in archiTecTure.' sTanding as a
Type of The,sQlid'iTy and sincerify of manhood ThaT was developed wiThin iTs walls.
Over The arches, The flengTh of The corridor on The TirsT Tloorj were once
inscribed LaTin andigerman ii'noTToes. The LaTin inscripTion being VinciT qui se vinciT."
a TiHing moTTo for every school lif The sTudenT can read iTl. The ciTizens oT STeuloen-
ville fwere parTicularly proud of The combinaTion gas and elecTric'TixTures which were
innsTalled in The corridors.
The office of The Principal was once over The NorTh STreeT enTrance on The
mezzanine rfloor, buT when The Wells Annex 'was builT in I9I5, his oTTice was moved
To The TirsT floor of ThaT exTension.
1 9 South Foprth Street
B ks 'VV ll
oo f- ,a Paper- .
Office Supplies-Stationery -
The Chemislry laboralory was lirsf equipped wi'rh lwelve Allafler cabinels, suf-
licienl' for 60 pupils, each desk -having live drawers for individual apparalus. ll' was
'rhelbesl equipmenl Thar could be secured, bul would probably now give Mr. Kendall
A beauliful audilorium wi+h a sealing capacily of 704 people was si'l'ual'ed
where The Jrwo sludy halls and lhe library have since been arrangedq The slage was
large and well ,adapled for concerfs. Benealh The slage were dressing rooms.
ln ilhe basemenf of lhe old building were lunch rooms for bolh boys and girls,
and a gymnasium for boys. There were also fool warmers where wel' leef and
clolhing could be dried quickly. The building ffurnished i+s own illuminalion and power
'lor operaling lhe blower by a 40 horsepower gas engine and a 25 kilowall direcled
curren'r generaior. The engine was buill especially by lhe Foos Gas Engine Com-
pany, Springfield, Ohio.
ln l906. 'rhe Board of Educalion employed lvllrs. Lora Bair Childs as Secrelary
'ro lhe Superinlendenlg lvlr. Roberf McGowan, grandfalher of lhe presenl Mr. Roberl'
McGowan, was a member ,of +he Board.
The lirsl' prnicipal of 'lhe high school was W. l-l. Maurer, who also laughl
geomelry and branches of nonmal educalion. Succeeding principals have been J.
Vernon Cox, Miss Anne Buslard, and F. J. Mick.
The alumni who have gone forlh from lhe Wells building will gregrer i'rs passing,
and can only hope lhal from 'lhe new Ebuilding will come as ,useful and as honorable
a sl'uden'r body. T
So ends lhe play. The curlain falls.
Bul iusl ahead The Fufure calls
To fhose who acl wifhin Jrhese halls.
The aclors here lhal' you have mel.
We won'+ permil' you fo forget
Their acling isn'+ finished yer.
For unlike olhers plays you see,
The play of life will always be
"Held over" - 'fill e'rernil'y!
Norlhern Engraving and Eleclrolype Co
l-l. C. Cool: Co.
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