Steubenville High School - Crimsonite Yearbook (Steubenville, OH)
- Class of 1956
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CLASS FLOWER: Red Carnation
CLASS COLORS: Blue and White
CLASS: Se k K l d To Serve Well
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Table of Contents
SENIOR DIVISION -
UN DERCLASS DIVISION
THE CRIMSON AND THE BLACK
QADAPTATION OF PRINCETON SONGl
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l. Although Yale has nl-ways fav-cred, The vi - o - let's dark blue.
2, Thro'the four long years of High-School, Midst the scenes we know so well,
3. When the cares of ie o'er take V us. ' Mingling with gray,
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An he gen - le sons Her - vard To the
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We will own our cal - ors splen-dor Nor hon - or shall they lack,
Or we win nth - let - ic vic - fries On the foot - ball field. or truck,
Still we ban ish care and sad-ness As we tum our mem - 'ries back,
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While the High School stands de - fend - er Of the Crim - son and the Blnck.
Smill we work for dear old High -School. And the Crim - son and the Blnck.
And re - call those days of glad - ness 'Neath the Crim - son and the Black.
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Ward: Hiilld by Den llilouvich
LOIS IRMA HOFMANN
Orchestra-1,2,3,4g F.T.A.-3,4, Treasurer 4g Y-
Teens-2,3,4, President 4g Fonxmg Junior Red
Cross-lg G.A.A.-lg Assembly Usher-43 Sta-
dium Usher-4g Home Room Treasurer-lg Vice
President-3g Senior Play Castg Math Club-3,
4g J unior-Senior Prom Committeeg Bible Club 2,3,
"I-Ier laugh is like a melody".
JAMES MARTIN DELONG
Basketball-l,2g Golf-2g Vice-President Home
Room 300-2g French Club-l,2g Key Club--3,
4g Junior-Senior Prom Committee.
"Never a dull moment when he's around-"
ROBERTA MAY HILL
Steuben Staff-43 Beacon Staff--43 Student Coun-
cil-2g Choir-l,2,3,4, Treasurer-43 Forum 4g
Junior Red Cross-l,2g Y-Teens-l,2,4g Bible
Club-23 Assembly Usher-45 F.T.A.-3,4.
"Dimples and cherry cheeks"
WILLIAM CLIFFORD WHITE
"The guy with all the money??"
"I leave the Women Alone!"
MILTON ROBERT SAMUEL LEWIS
ADAMS ALBERTS Radio - TV Club: Student
"Magi" "Sonny" Conncil 1.
Home Room S4-on-tary l: Yofiitionzll Industrial Clnlm l, "Some of the best boys
Student Council Reprcscntu- Z.
tivo lg Choir l,Z,3,-13 Latin
1 "Rain or shine,
Llnh 3: ltancl 4.
"There's magic in the air"
he's never on time"
make the least noise"
Football lg Basketball 1,23
Baseball l,Z,3,-1: Home Room
President 3: Home Room
Treasurer 1,21 Spanish Clnh
4: Beacon Staff 4.
'1This is work-
here lies the difficulty"
ROBERT ANTHONY JOHN APPLE
"Babe" of S.H.S."
'New Grant C0nfectionery's
contribution to Big Red."
Hand 3,43 Latin Club 3.4:
Secretary of Home Room Z3
.Xsseinlmly Unsller -lg Y-Teens
"Always the same, nice!"
WILLIAM P. ARTHURS
Radio-'l'V Club 2.5.41 Hi-Y
l: Bible Club l,2.
"Men of few words are
the best of men"
liuncl l,Z,3,-l-1 li.'ll..'X. 3,-lg See-
retzlry of Home Room 33 Y-
"Always soft spoken this
bashful miss, knowing her
makes your life full of bliss"
AUDREY MARY AVOLI
lfuture Nurses of Ameriea 3.
-1: Rznlio 'I'.X'. Club 4, Sta-
flium Usher 3.4: Rerl Cross
Representative 43 Steuben
"Those wedding bells are
breaking up that old
gang of mine!"
WILMA MAY BAILLIE
junior Red Cross l: junior
Choir l: Future Nurses Clul
3,41 Office Girl 3,41 Hcacor
Stuff: Steuben Staff, typist
Treasurer H.R. 4: Assemblg
"A good example of sweet-
ness, she's noted for her
JOYCE MAY BAKER
Homeroom President lg jun-
ior Red Cross Z5 junior Se-
nior P r o m Committee
Home Room Vice President
43 Assembly Usher 43 Sta-
dium Usher 45 junior Play
"Joyce with charm and
grace, always has a smiling
liootlmll lg Vive l'resillent
Home Rlrlhlll .il-1, lg Presi-
clent 4: Student Council Z3
junior Prom Connnittee: l,i-
brary Staff 4.
"The reason firm, the tem-
perate will, endurance, fore-
sight, strength and skill"
CAROLE JEAN BARR
liuture Nurses of Anicrica 3,
4: Steuben Staff: Chorus l,Z3
Secretary of Chorus l: For-
um 45 Office Girl 4, Beacon
Staff: junior Red Cross Rep-
resentative l,Z3 G.A.xX. lg
Pepper Club l.
"All that and
natural curly hair!"
Vice Presiclent Home Roon
.il-1, 3: Red Cross 1.
He sleeps through history
even his own!"
DONALD E. BEAL
Yiee-l"resident 305. 1: For-
uni SCI'gC2iIll-Zlt-2iI'lllS -li Los
Amgos Sergeant-at-arms 43
Student Council Z,-lg junior
Playg lieaeon Staff -l, .Nfl-
vertising Manager: Cireulzi-
tion staff of Steuben -ll l.i-
brary Staff -1: Rarlio 'I',X'.
'Genius is the capacity
for evading hard work"
lireslnnan llasketball lg Re-
serve Basketball Z: Varsity
lfontball 3: lfreneli Club l,Z:
Lua .Xllllf.flPS J,-l.
"My favorite fruit is dates!"
CAROL JUNE BELFORD
I'ep Club l,2.
"Not too short, not too tall
but fair and sweet and loved
GLORIA ANN BELL
Y-'l'eensg G.A.A.g Pepper
Club: Student Council alter-
4'Ful1 of fun and wit is she,
and as merry as can be"
DIANA MARIA BELLAS
.Xssueiate liflitor of Steuben
-lg President of French Club
-lg lioruin -l: President nf
Hmneromn SUS. lg 314, Z1
Beacon Staff: Treasurer of
French Club 3: Pepper Club
ll Senior-Junior Pftlillicllilll-
mittee: Senior Play Cast.
is worthy of her"
"The best of athletes"
FRANK J. BIGLER
liuotlmztll l,-lg llztsketball 1,25
'l'i'aek l,2Z Student Couneil
"Anyone have his
homework done ?"
JAMES ELLIS BLOOMER
Nmnination Committee l.
"No sinner, nor saint per-
haps, but still the very best
, in 1 ,, . junior .,
PENELOPE BORDEN JUDITH LANE BOWERS EARL JAMES BOYD RACHEL RUTH BOYEI
H H 44J.B.1l U lf I V I
I at Clnl 34' Pla'
Y-Tetris l: French Club 1,22 Chorus lg Big Red Scatt-rs
jr. Red Cross l: Vice-Pres. 4. Hvawn Stuff 4.
H.R. 305. Zg :X Cappella '
Chorus l.Z.3,-1: Senior-.lnnior "A pretty girl is
Prom Committee. like a melodyn
"Athletic, yes and sunny too,
always smiling never blue"
St-crc ary - Treasurer lloinc
Room 305. I: 'l'rt-asurvr
Home Room 305.21 l,I'k'SitlL'lll
Home Room 305. 3: junior
llroni Connnittcvl l'll'0Sllll'lZ1ll
football lg lianrl Nllilliljlkl' 5.
"Oh, that curly hair!"
"Just a naturally nice girl'
DORETTE ELAINE MARJORIE BROOKS CHARLES BROWN SUE ANN BROWN
BOYLAN "Brooksie" H f. . 'Brownie"
Yqleens l'Z'3: Forum 4 W' LL-Ccrclc l:f2llll'2llS 3.4: Li- I md we are growing Se- Ilancl l,2,3,4g junior Pron
Ulfflllliii SVC"'-'tafyi Sl'-'ulwll br:-try Staff 3,41 Studi-nt rious and In great danger of QlU!llllllllL'C 3: Steuben Stat
Staff 43 Beacon Staff-1, Co- Council l: Future Nurses becomin duly, Art Committee: Vice Presi
lfditorg Orchestra l,Z,3, sec. Club 3,-lg Beacon Staff 4. g clcnt Home Room 305,33 SCC
31 Los Amigos 43 jr. Red
Cross 1,23 jr. Play Commit-
tee: Senior Play Committee.
"Tall, trim, and neat, sets
the fashion without defeat"
"After all is said and done,
there is only one-Margy"
rotary Home Room 305.l
'llI'L'2iSlll'Cl' Home Room 305, 2
"Bright, happy, full of fun
brings joy to everyone!
MARLIN RALPH MILTON LEIGH MARTHA ANN JANE O'NEAL CABLE
BURKET1' BURKETT BURKHARDT ,.Cable,,
ju"i',r RMI fm 4' . mme Mmyn. ,, "Marti" mimi 1,z,5,4, ,luuiur Play
"A quiet manner Iilmf' Hub li Radm lV llaucl l,Z.3,-lg lfurum 4: Cmumittee.
finds a Way" Um' 5- Nurses Club 3,4-3 lleune nplacid and likeable
HA friend in need llmnu Presuleut 305. Z: bet- by naturey,
is a friend indeedn retzlry llmue RHUIII 305, 4:
Yiee Presirleut Home Hmmm
302,11 I- iiCl'IlS l.
"Miss Post Toasties of 1956"
JAMES CALLAS JUDY ANN CAMPBELL
Treasurer Hmue Rlimu SHS, Treznsurer Home Rnmu 305.
-1: lffmtlmll l,.Z,.i,-l: Fresh- 3.
man Basketball l. ,She has a soft look
"Far From an Angel" but so has dynamite"
Chorus 1,233 ,Iuuinr Red
Cross 3: Stadium Ushers .lg
Steuben Staff, .Xssoeizlte lirli-
tur 4: Forum -li ,luuinr Play
Cast 32 lms .Xiiiigus 4.
"A super student with activi-
ties galore, does all that's re-
quired, plus a little bit more"
lr. Rell Cruss 2,35 Nurses
Clulr -lg Progrzuu Seller LS,-1.
"A face so fair and
a smile so rare"
llaurl 3.45 French Club l:
Los fxllllgtlbl 4: Y-'ll-cus l,-lg
Future Nurses 4.
"If silence were golden she
would be a millionaire"
MARTHA ANN CLARK WILLIAM COLEMAN LENORA JEANNE
"Martha" "Bill" COLLINS
Scereturyof lfrcslimau Hmue lfmmtlmall 3: liuskl-tlrall l,2, lueanne,
liumu .3042 Kzuliu 'li.Y. fluln
5,41 lfuture Nurses Ululm 3,43
Office liirl 3.
"She has a head to contrive,
a tongue to persuade, and a
hand to execute any mischief"
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l 'K YPSS
,,I,ve got brains - Pm iluui ni lx-t l C 1,. l.Z.3. ,lun-
savin, ,em for latern mr Qlunr l: lutru Mural
Noon Gaim-s l,2,3.
"Fun to be with"
BETTY LOU COOPER
UA.,-X, l: Pepper Klub lg
Secretary of Junior Hmm-
Roomg Nurses Clubg llig
Red Sealers 4.
"Always gay, never blue,
thats our gal Betty Lou"
RONALD EDWARD SARA CATHERINE
Vice - l'resicle11l lluuu-rmnu llig Kc-cl Sealer: Clmrus l
305. fi..eX..'X.1 l'epper Clulm l: Stu
Ucars and gals are riuut C1llllll'll.
attracted to Cowles" "A man is always better
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than a book"
Stucleut Council 2.3.41 Prose-
Cllllllg' .'Xttm'uey for Student
Government Day Junior
year: Treasurer of l-lmue
Ronin 300. lg S0l'gCillll uf
.Xrms Slurleut ClUllllCll 4.
"He likes fishing
especially pool sharking"
Seeretary of Home Room
"Always happy, always gay,
always carefree in her way"
Spanish Club 43 Transfer
Student Spanish Club, Has-
"School is fun but
a bother too"
Treasurer of Home Room 300,
Z: Red Cross alternate -43
lleacon Staff 4: 'llranfer stu-
clentg liztsketball l.
"Cookie, always the same
graduating is his aim"
Transfer student: Basketball
l.Z,33 Baseball l,2.
"A latecomer, but a credit
to our class"
1--f,l LMI .., -I .l..,
Hi-Y l,Z,3.4l Golf 1,2.3,4.
"A daily smile"
JOAN RUTH DAVIS
Y-Teens l..Z,3,-4, Pres. 45 A
Cappella Choir l,2,3,4. Sec. 41
lr. Play Cast 3: Pres. of
Home Rumn 300, 3,45 Sec, of
Home Runru 3iXl,ZI Forum 4:
Sr. Play: l'lC3l'UlI Staff 43
Annual Staff 4: Racliu 'l'.V.
Club 2.3: lr. Recl Cross lg
l'lUlllCl'Ullllllg .xilkllililllt 4.
"The silver lining of our
class is all wrapped up in
this fair lass"
Stamp Club l: Treasurer
Home Rmun 3.
"Friend to all
friendless to none"
"Happy am I, from care I'm
free, why can't they all be
contented like me?"
FREDERICK DELPHIA DONNA DEVORE RAYMOND CLAUDE ELIODOR0 VINCENT
,,Fred,, .,Dee,, DILLY DOMANICO
Laaml 23,41 Lug ,xlnig-Us 41 mint- emu, 11 x'-'lu-em 31 "Ray" "Leo"
Dance Hand 4. Presirlent uf llli. Class -l. Nrtlfifllltllllil lnclustrinl Lllulw 3. Choir l,Z,.l,4Z French Club
"Wit is his weapon" "Sweet and nice, full of "Black denim trousers, and :IL Vgcgiprgsldmlt Z3 Wrest'
grace, everything nice, smil- motorcycle boots-" mg Ldmam 4,1 Haw'
ing facet, I,all l,Z,3,4: jr. Red truss 12
Math Club 4.
"If he's your friend,
he's your best friend"
LYNN ELLEN DONKIN KENNETH HENRY JAMES BRYAN ALAN MURRAY
Forum: Secretary of Sophn- DREYER DUNLOPE EHZIETR
more Class: Home Rnmn ll 1 f luninr Clzlssg 1 , . Q . X
President 1.23 Los Alnigos .lg HKenn f1ES2l'E'l3'4vlQjiL-Q. president 43 kiwi. 'Afiflsiozlugrgsilheufgusdgl
Freshman Steuben Attefncl- ,, . ,, KQV ghd, 34. Math Club 'H V' - ' "jf 1
. - ' N0t 3 Cafe 111 the W0fld - . ' ' . - ness Manager 3 President 4,
ant, bophmuore. ji u n 1 u r 54: Jr- 5r, prom g4,m,nmQr-3 gteube g t a 'f f Buginegg
Steuben Queengrxtheerleacler hlr. Play Cununittee: Student Qx1ana,,?r,' Junior bla Cas?
4: F'I'A' 264, lreasurer 3: t'mnu'il Z: Vice President of ' to 151. C .t. Lf,-Umm!
he gentle l'f3l1C?11S1 Hrnne- Home Rmnn 300,33 'llraek 33 S53 xizobiate Edi-
Cflmlllg Queen 4, ' Senior junior Prmn Corn- mr: Stu?l0nt'cl0i1HlCil ll '
"Cute, neat, and mighty IIIIUVC-
sweet, For "talking eyes" "He looks serious but "Peppy, full of fun, work 01
she can't be beat" don't let it fool you" play, he gets it done"
Pepper Club lg jr. Choir:
JAMES A. ENSELL
lfnotliall l.l.3,-li Vlvrcstliug
.',-1: Basketball l.Z: Track l,
1.3,-l: Hcacmi Staff 4: Ohio
State Heavywcigllt XYrcst-
"Top, heavyweight Champ of
JOAN ANN EVANS SANDRA KAY FAHEY JARUSHIA LORRANINE
1i.rX..X. lg Y-'ll-cus l,2g l'cp- Senior - junior Prom Coin- Candy,
INV lfllllf ll WU' VNS- ll mittee: llaml l,2,3.-l: Orclies- !i..rX.A. l,Z: Assembly Usher
lyrwlllclll Hmm' R""m 311' tra 3' Sll'llllk'Il Staff' IIUZICUII 3
3: lit-acrm Staff 3: Stvulrcn Stnff'-1. I, ...Ii t HR gm "
Staff -l: StllflL'lll Council 41 ' A , Nlllln ' " ' "A girl with mischievous
llig Rcvrl SL'Iill'I'S 3,43 lk-11 43 x'lL'4"'5 -V-li waysn
'tally Lshcr 4' "One of the Queens
"Ever gay, ever glad, never behind the scenes"
good, yet never bad"
SANDRA LEE FISHER
"Nice to have around"
Y.l.t'. 3. Yin- I'rcs. of V.l.C.
,N -v .
.a. lI'k'ZlSlll'l'T' ol X.l.K. 4.
"You can depend on him
anytime, anywhere, anyway"
llaucl l,2: Secretary Home
Ronin Zll, lg lh-:icuii Staff 4.
"Pm a friend of the working
mang I'd rather be his friend
than be one"
HAZEL ANN FRAY
Choir l,2,3,4: Nurses Club 3
Spanish Clubg junior Red
"The best girls make
the least noise"
CHARLES D. FULTON
Varsity football l,2,3,4g Var-
sity baseball l,2,3,4: Key
Club, Chaplain 4, President
of Freshman Class 13 lloy's
State 33 Latin Club 3,4, Offi-
cer of Home Room Zll, l,Z,3,
4: Student Government Day,
"Answer to a teen-age
WILLIAM C. FULTON
Football 1,2,3,4, D u n c a n
trophy Award for football:
Haseball l,2,3,4, Treasurer
of Freshman Class: Key
Club Z,3,4, Treasurer Z,3,
President 43 Student Gov-
ermnent Day, County lingin-
eer 3: Buckeye lioys' State
4, Forum 4.
"A laughing, fighting, charg-
ing end, who oft opponents'
lines did bend"
Y - Teens 3,4, Membership
chairman, 43 Orchestra 2.3,
4, President 41 French Club
3, Secretary 3: Forum 4:
Choir 1: Radio T.V. Club 45
Steuben Staff - special fea-
tures 4: Beacon Staff 4-3
Gym Usher 4: Senior Play
"Bundle of joy"
junior Prom 3: Junior Plaj
33 Band 3,43 Steuben Staf
4: Forum 4: Los Amigos 4
Vice President 43 Radio T.V
Club 4: Transfer from Cath
olic Central 1953, St. Aloy
sions Club 1,23 Crusade
Staff 2: Band 1,Z: Christo
"Her heart's with the Navy
Los Amigos 41 Red Cross 1
Orchestra 12,33 r. Choir ac-
companist 3,43 Y-Teens 3,4-Z
Student Council alternate 43
Forum 4: Junior Prom Com
mittee Steuben Staff 4
Steuben Queen 4.
"A certain attraction
that causes reaction"
Student Council 1: Football
l,Z,3,41 Baseball 13 Track 3:
Key Club 4: Latin Club 3:
Beacon Staff 45 Treasurer
Home Room 300, 4.
"Speaking of cards-
what a joker"
Football l.Z,3,4: Baseball 1.2,
3,41 Basketball l,2g Latin
"He came He saw,
He conquered all"
Jr. Class Treasurer: Band
4: Hi-Y 3,-4, Vice Preside
4: Chorus 1 g Home Preside
33 junior Senior Prom Col
mittee: Forum 43 Steub
Math Club 3,41 French Cl
1,Z: Basketball manager
Senior-Junior Prom Comm
LILLIAN MARIE PEGGY ANN GIVENS
GILLEN ti..'X..-X Z3 Y-Teens ll
MLW, "Lucky in Love"
Student Council Z: Yoca
tional Commercial 4.
"A sunny face and
a contented smile"
Secretary of Freshman Class
lg lireshman Queen Attend-
ant lg Hand l,Zl,3,4, Vice
l'residt-nt 4: Majorette 2,31
llrinn Mznjorette 4: President
uf Home Room Zll, li Sec-
retary of Home Room Zll,
3-300. 4: Ilonn-coming at-
"Beauty, brains, gaiety ga-
CAROL ANN GRAHAM
Y-Teens 13 President of
Home Room 207, 23 Stadium
Usher 3,45 Assembly Usher
4: Steuben Staff 4: Beacon
Staff 4: Pep Rally Usher 4,
Prom Committee 45 Steuben
Queen Attendent 43 Senior-
jnnior Prom Committee.
"From shining hair to danc-
ing feet, she spends her time
just being sweet"
Westinghouse Strike Lingers
Orchestra l,2.3Z S t u rl e n t
Council 1: Yice President of
Home Room 207, 2: Y-Teens
1.2: Steuben Staff 4: Forum
4: Cheerleader 2.3.42 Pepper
Club 1: G.,-XA. lg Assembly
Usher 45 junior Play Cast
3: Senior-Junior Prom Com-
"Lots of vim and vigor"
CHARLES F. GREEN JOHN TALBOT
. . . . GREENLEE
X ocational Industrial Club
M 7 Lf ,Zg Y-Teens 1.
34 lraek teanl l,-. 1 X X 1
"Boys, Boys, Boys!" "Worry, what's that?"
"Known for her love of
Band l,2,3,4g Key Club 45
Student Council 3,43 State
Music Contest 3,41 Junior
Prom Committee Treasurer
of H.R. 207, lg Orchestra 2,
35 Senior-junior Prom Com-
"Blow, Gabriel, Blow"
Pepper Club lg G..fX..'X. lg
Radio-TV Club 33 liig Rell
Sealers 2,33 Junior Play.
"Her smile is never
left at home"
JACQUELINE WILLIAM A. GUINN
"Jackie" llaml l,2.3,-lg Hi - Y 2,.s,4
Vllransfcr Studi-ntl Sgq.-at-.Nrins 3: VVrestling
Hwe know her by her jolly lt-am Z3 .All Ohio Boy:
liancl 34' State Music' Con-
' h f' dl h " ' '
au, EL Zazzkyhljyl er test 13,43 Orchestra Z: Se-
nior Play: Senior junior
"Mischief is my hobby"
Band l,Z,3,4, Pres. 43 Vice
President of Freshman
Classg President Home Room
lg Key Club 2,3,4g Track:
Tennis 3.41 Hi-Y 3,43 Forumg
Math Club 304: Student
Council 3,43 Junior Class
"Ambition leads to success"
SYLVIA H. HALL
Hand 33 fTransfer Studentj
Pastor Club, Basketball team
"The world is her
"Easy Come, Easy Go"
Track l,Z,3g Basketball 1,2
Football 1.23 Junior Re
Cross lg l, ntramurals.
"It's worth the price
just to be nice'
SHELIA HELEN HARRIS
Choir l,.Z,3.41 French Cluh 21
Senior-junior Prom Commit-
tee: President of Home Room
4: Secretary of Home Room
"One of the hardest workers
in our school, always fol-
lows the Golden Rule' "
JANET SUE HASTIE
llanrl l,2,3,41 Nl1ljUI'1'llQ Z,.5,4g
Y - Teens 13,43 Future
Nurses 3.43 SlL'lllJl'll Staff 4:
lforuin 4: :XSSL'llllllj' Usher 4,
Yicc l'resiclc-nl of Home
Ronin 207, lg Senior junior
"Sincerity is the key
blr, Rt-rl Cross l,2,41 fi..'X.A. l
Rig Rr-fl Scam-rs 4: Senior
junior I'rmn Committee 4 ,
. .-A .. -...L.......,.l..
junior Play K omnnttcm- 3,
lk-afoii Stuff 4.
"Our own blues singer"
Football 1,2,3,4g Track 23
President of S 0 p h omore
"Tall, dark and so
Radio 'l'.V. Club 43 Y-Tec-ns
4: Stadium Usher 4.
"A crazy sense of humor"
WILLIAM N. HENDRICKS
"I rest well in all my classes"
LORA LEI HERNDON
Spanish Club 23,43 French
Club 3.4: F.'l'.A. Z, Trans-
lcrrccl from Bridgeport High
Svhoolg Los Amigos.
"One we all admire, lots of
spirit, lots of fire"
Band l,2,3,4g Orchestra 25
Dance Band 3,43 Treasurer
of Homeroom 211, 3,43 Re-
gional Music Contest 25 Re-
gional and State 3,43 Senior
junior Prom Committee.
"A friend of man is he"
ROBERT LEE HOPE
Vocational Industrial Club 3,
43 Vice President Home
Room 211, 45 Vice President
Home Room 204, 1.
"Big Reds own movie star"
KAY FRANCIS HORTON
Choir 12.3,-lg Home Room
Secretary 1.2,-1: Nurses Club
3,-l, Viee President 3, Presi-
dent 43 Y-'lleens 1,23 Assem-
lwly Usher 4: Steuben Atten-
"The fortune of this lassie
fair, lies most of all in her
ROBERT HUBBARD SHIRLEY ANNE IRWIN
"Friendship is found Pepper Club lg Y-Teens 1,2
in his smile" Student Council 2,
"A quiet but pleasant person
Basketball M a n a g e r 3,41
Baseball Manager 3,43 Hi-Y
3,4g Los Amigos, 4.
"Known by all as a
real swell guy"
"One of those rare persons
who is everyone's friend"
Co - liditor of Steuben 4:
liezmeou Stuff 4: A Cappella
killlbll' l,.Z,3,-lg Jl1lllUl' Red
Cross Representative 1,23 Bi-
lmle Club l,2. Vice President
2: :Xssemlxly Usher 3,43 Sta-
dium Usher Z,-lg Forum 45
Los .-Xuiigos 4, Chaplain 43
"A heart as big
as her appetite"
"He deserves his
HAROLD LEE KELLER GENE RAYMOND FRED KENNEDY
"Shorty" KELLEY "Little Mole"
Choy-U5 l,2, uQuiet deeds Student Council l,Z.
accomplish much' A
U - YY
"A friend of many real mee chap
and a foe of none"
HENRY ZANE KIRK
A Cappella Choir 1,2,3g Hi-
Y l,2,3,4q Key Club 3,4g Sec-
retary 4: Pres. Los Amigos
4: Buckeye Boys' Stateg For-
um: Tennis Team 3,43 Senior
junior Prom Committee.
"Dear Future here I come"
JUANITA ELEEN KOCSIS JOYCE ELISSA EVELYN MAE KOTUR RICHARD HENRY
"Kokie" KQALOTE "Eve"
Y-Teens 1,22 Stadium Usher Joy Rod Cross Representative 1. Pres. Student Council: V.P.
.33 Los Amigos 4. "A quiet manner finds a way" ushe loves to live
"Thoughtful, nice to know, and lives to love"
that's why we like her so"
junior Classg Key Club l,2,3,
43 Prom Committee 35 Buck-
eye Boy's State 43 Forum
Trcasurerg President Home
Room 204, 1: Vice-President
2022-3g Hi-Y 1,2.
"Dick is always in a whirl,
either on the job or with his
Mathematics Club 3g Trans-
ferred from Hopedale in l954.
"Just a real great guy"
LINDA CLAIRE LEICY LEE ISRAEL RONALD ERNEST LEWIS
"Leecy or Toots" ASTOR LEVINE "Louie"
Y - Teens l,2: Urcllestrzi 3: T,lt'lll'l'l14'l'YASl"iEl5 ,l1'l'll:"l5 Student Council l,Z,3,4: Hi-
!-1 1 193614, mrs... 3,43 'ornm , :ee rt-siren 3 V . H
ywvue Qlrkilillilll AS- iiL'2It'ltlll 3.4, Seunul SL'lllL'Slt'l' X, 1' fyprlmduit of Hume
semblv Usher -li il'rr-usnrer C"'l'+'lll""5 lfflllll mul' 'lv 'Munn 'U4'
uf Htime R,,,,m 3433, 3: yin... lifllgflllll klll2lll'lllI,lllQ liiirlt- HG. I d . 1 ,,
President of Home ltmmi CY? BUYS 5l?llV3 RU' Ulllll 'li lgg es an more glgg es
'W' 4' "If all hooked their dreams
"Litle, cute, full of fun, she to a star, they, like Lee
is popular with everyone."
would surely go far"
Steuben 3,4, Photographer 5
Beacon 3,4, Pliotographcrg
Math Club 33 Pepper Club lg
Senior Play Cast.
"Our space man
Steuben Staff 4, Advertising
Staffg liditor of Beacon, first
semester: tlorrespomliiig See-
retary, Furnm 4: Los Ainigos
43 Secretary 43 junior Play
3: Advertising Cmnmittee
Radio-'l'.V. Club 3,45 Senior
"One of the sweetest girls
we know, work is her middle
"Never trouble trouble,
till trouble troubles you!"
Iiancl 11.3.43 Hi-Y l,2.3,1
Dance Hand l,2,3,4g Seen
tary of Home Room 207, 1
Sergeant-at-Arrns of Lt
Amigos 3: Senior - Junic
"With his fingers on tl
keys, many an audience l
Chorus lg ti.A.pX. 1: Pep-
per Club 1: Y-Teens l.
"Being good natured is
the best part of living
CAROLE LYNNE DAVID WILLIAM
Pepper Club lg ti,.X,.-X. lg A Cappella Choir l,2,3,-li
Steuhen Staff: lleneon Stznffg NYM-stling 3,-l: ,lil'C2lSlllAl'l' of
,, Usher -lg llolne Room 207, 4.
"Good at fight, better at play, "Save the clutch, Dave"
generous at giving, that's
"Our little Margie"
Connie Mack Dies
JOSEPH H. MANSON SHARON ELAINE ARLENE JANE MAPLE
loothall 1,21 'mek iz. MAPEL mimi 5,41 Y-'IR-ens 21 los
'-The situation is well in "Tm" 'l"l'g"S 4'
hand" Stadium Usher: ll e at ft o n "Natural grace and a warm
Staff, 43 Steuben Staff, smile"
Seniors 4: Rell Cross Alter-
nate 43 Y-Teens 1,43 Chorus
"Great things have
Steuben Staff 4: lieaeon
Staff -1: Forum 4: Y-Teens
l,3,-1: liancl l,2,3,-13 Major-
ette 2.3513 Chorus 4'g Presi-
clent of Home Room 2,3, Sec-
retary ll Vice President of
Sophomore Classg Steuben
Queen Attenrlent 2,33 Assem-
"Music and personality
blended to a high degree"
HOLSIE MATHEWS, JR.
Choir l,Z,3,4, Vice President
43 Basketball 23.
"Man, what a voice!"
TOM MAZZAFERRO JO ANN FAY MCAVOY
Football 11 'mek 1,21 Math Radio '1tv. Club 41 Y-'ri-eng J1"1if'f,CHl'if 1? Senior Choi
Club .ug Howling Club 4g 1,2. 5-31 Vlfeus 12? Nurse
Senior - unior Pr m C ni-
J U U "Good sport-good fun"
"Praised by those who know
him as a real chap"
Club 31 Los Amigos 4.
"A quiet, but, pleasant
Vocational Industrial Club
"Quiet deeds accomplish
DEAN MCELFRESH GARY L. MCELROY
Basketball l,Z,3: Transfer- 'llransferrecl from Leetsdale,
red from Brilliant High Pennsylvania in 1953.
Sfllllllll. uFor hess a good
"A friend to all" fellow"
MARY ANN MCFEELY
jr. Choir lg French Club 1,2
Y-Teens l,2g Band Z,3,4
Majorette 45 Beacon Stal
43 Spanish Club 45 Peppe
"What the best dressed gi:
JAMES DAVID MCCRAW
Hi-Y 1.2.3,-11 Chaplain of
Hi-Y 4: junior Play 33
Math. Club 3.43 Forum -11
Camera Club 2: Radio 'I'.Y.
"Men of few words
are the best men"
Steuben Staff -lf: Beacon
Staff 3: lflancl LS,-ll Y-'lla-ens
1,41 lforum 4.
"Always sunny side up"
-lunior Choir l.
"To know her is to like her"
Y-Teens lg Pepper Club lg
Student Council lg G..-XA. lg
Cbeering l,3,-15 Steuben Staff
"Pd rather dance than eat"
A Grace KeIIy1Warrie.s' Royalty
MARIAN MELLISH ROGER EUGENE ANDREA MARIE HENRY PAUL MILDNER
lfrencb Club 2.3,-15 President
of French Club 3: Radio
'll,Y, Club 3.-lg Junior Real
Cross 3,-lg Pepper Club 1:
Presimlent of Forum 43
fi.A.A. lg Junior Play Cust
53 Senior Play Cast.
"Willing to lend a helping
hand in time of need or
Hi-Y l,2,3,-1: President of
Home Room 202,13 Forum 4g
Steuben Staff 45 Student
Council A-Xlternate: Senior
Prom Committee 43 Senior
Nominating Committee 3g
Freshinan Choir lg A Cap-
ella Choir 2: Stage Man-
ager junior Play 3g Tennis
'Never a dull moment"
Treasurer uf Los Atnigos-1:
Y-Teens 2,3,-lg Nurses Club
3: junior Play Committee
.53 junior Choir lg junior
Red Cross l.
"If you need someone with
work who's handy, there's
no one better than this girl
"The only way to have a
friend is to be one"
CAROL LYNNE MILLER
Chorus l,2,3,43 l'i.'ll.:X. 3.4,
Presiclent 43 Forum 43 Steu-
ben Staff 41 Radio T.V.
Club Z,3,-1, Secretary 4: jr.
Play 3: Secretary of Home
Room ZIUZ. l,3: Secretary of
Home Room 200,23 Pep :Xs-
sembly Usher: Y-Teens l,Zg
Junior Prom Committee 5:
"Keen, cute, and
cut out right"
Pepper Club lg Y-Teens 3,-1.
"Though ,.many ,girls shave
come and passed, the name
Genevia will always last"
Bible Club l,23 Raclio TV.
"Sometimes I sit and think
and sometimes I just sit"
Y-'ll-eus l: Radio T.V. 3
Staflium Usher 3.4: Beaeor
Staff 33 Steuben Staff 4
uuclerelzissmeng A s s embly
Usher 4: Los Amigos 43
Pep Rally Usher 4.
"Bev" is one senior girl
who's as precious as
jr. Choir lg A Cappella
Choir 23 Basketball Usher 4.
"Why gentlemen prefer
Hi-Y 25.4, Chaplain 5,
President 43 Key Club 3,4,
Treasurer 4: junior - Senior
Prom Committeeg Math Club
3: Senior - junior Prom
"After many years and
friends have gone, we'll
always remember the guy
Football l,Z,3,-13 'llruek l,2,3,
"Of such we are proud"
JOE MICHAEL MOSES
"I like to laugh, I like to
sing, I like to do 'most
liancl l,2,3,-1, Secretary 4:
Orchestra l.l.3: Forum -ll
,luniur Play: jr. Rcfl Cross
"Few things are impossible
with dilegence and skill"
"Eat, drink, and be merry,
for tomorrow we may die"
di-Af qjpl! Lifffff
ALICE KAYE NEEL
St-ninr - junior l'rmn Umi-
niittcci HL'2ll'Ull Staff 43
'Vrcasurcr of Home Romn
200, l: Prcsirlt-nt of Home
Nrmlll 100, .ZZ ll V011-
pcr Ulnb l.
"Her heart is like the moon-
there's a man in it'
EFFIE JANE NELSON
liancl l,Z,3,-lg Majorctte LJ.
4: Prcsicflnt of Home Room
209, l: 'llrcasurcr of Home
Rmnn 200, Z: Vice President
uf Home Room 202, 43 As-
sembly Usher: licacun Staff
"Short, cute, a twinkle in her
eye, she never lets a man
lli-Y l.2,3,-S. Treasurer 4:
Math 3: Key Club -11 junior-
Seniur Prom Crmiiriittt-0 3:
Senior - junior Prmn Cmn-
"John is just another exam-
ple that great people aren't
JOSEPH WILLIAM JERRY MCHOUGH NANCY MARLENE
NIEDERHUBER NOLTEMEYER NORRIS
lfrcncli Club l. "Jerry" jr. Choir lg Y-Teens 3.
"Of the faithful sort Chorus l,Z,3.-1, President 45 "She passes like a
YOU C-'ill rely UPON" U - 1 - ., pleasant thought"
Big Reds MHIIO Lanzo
Forum 4: Steuben Staff -l
Future Nurses 3,-1. 'Frcas
er, 43 Vice Presirlex
Home Rlilllll 2170, Z3 Y-'l'e
Z1 Pepper Klub l: 1,,.-XA, l
"She who lives quietly,
Rzuliu 'l'.V. Flulm 3,-1. Vice
l?l'L'Slflt'lll 41 junim' Play .33
Steuben Staff 41 ll:-xml 13,
-ll ,luuiur l'rcnu Cmnmittee
cus 3: Y-'l'eel1s l,2: l'.Hl'1llll -1:
lfuturv Nurses 5,-l.
"Cute, perky and full of fun"
"Eddie" luuinr Red Uruss l.
"A shy, but wonderful guy" HA friendly regard
for all she meetsl
JOSEPH ORLANDO F. DAVID ORRIS
l'4I'CSlllll21ll lfnuthall l: Los 'x'.l.C'. 3.4.
fgnqigqyg 3,4, 'eWe think a lot of this guy"
"Why take life seriously,
you'll never get out alive"
.luuiur Red Cruss lg Secre-
aucl treasurer of Home Rumn
"Being friendly is her
well worn rule"
junior Recl Cruss l.
"An unconventional manne
all her own
CAROLE ANN PAYNE
. ,- - .
i1..'x.A. l: Radio Llub 3,43
Script Manager -l: Student
"O Cod give the world com-
mon sense beginning with
JOHN FOSTER PERKINS
Hi-Y lg Treasurer uf Home
Rlilllll 202, -ll Setliur-hilllliul'
"The cinders fly
as Perk goes by"
llanrl l,2,.i,-lg Future Nurses
J: Y-Teens l: Student Coun-
cil Z: President of Home
Rmmi HPS, .ii lieaeun Staff:
"It's better to be little and
shine than to be big and
cast a shadow"
Key Club -1: Student Council
3.4, Sgt, of Arms 3: Nice
President of Home Ronin
ltl5, 3: 'llreasurer of Home
Ronin NPS, 1,23 lfootball l,Z,
3.-il Basketball l,Z,34.
"Of all who are bright
he outshines them all"
Pepper Club 13 i3..X..X. l:
Reserve Cheerleader l: Pres-
irlent uf I-lmne Ronin 25
Secretary nf Home Ronin l:
junior Refi Cross 3: Varsity
Cheerleader -ll Steuben Staff
-lg Heat-mi Staff -l: Assent-
bly Usher -ll Priun Cnnnnit-
"With a smile, and a cheer,
she's nice to be near"
WAYNE HENRY ROGER FRANCIS PETER SCHAEFER
PICKFORD POI-CYN PRICE
., - ,, MFI hn Un- liclitur nf Steuben:
Pick as ,luninr - Senior Prom Com-
UA quiet manner AX Cappella Choir 2.3.-lg Iii mittee? Senior-junior Prom
finds his way., y 2014: Km. muh 4: Jlmim. Qillllllllflti-L'Ivbfllllill-Ill,1I len-
, V 'A f . I lllS 3: Hi-X LS,-l: lxey Club
l'l.13 kristi itiflllll-1, Math 3.4: Math Club 3: Junior
Club 31 Class Uilnr Cmninit
tee .21 Student uuneil 2.
"There's only one way
a good guy can go-up
Play 3: Senior Play Castl
President of Home Room
lU5. lg Latin Club -15 Treas-
urer -l."Curious to see what
the novelty might be"
"Wish you could have
PAUL ARTHUR DAVID QUINN
PROLAGO ..Squme1,, REEVES REITTER
1A little nonizrijeand menu na-Y 3,41 141-,W rim, 4. "G00fuS Rufus" "SONY"
wlsdom' but greater is he liilllfl l.2:3,-ll ,luniurr Kewl Pareglui lsogoreiagenigvs an
who has friends"
Lruss Z: liaskvtball .23 Hear-
:iff -lg Orclu-stra 1.2:
I l 1-X SL'l'I'k'f2ll'j' 4.
when he's idle"
JAMES RAYMOND JEAN RAE RHODES DIANE LEE RISER DOROTHY GAIL
RHODES "Jeanie" "Dee" RITCHEY
KK ,Y If ' Y,
Dusty Vllraiisfur Slllflblliil 3 l".'l'..-X.: Hand 3.4: Vim- Prcsirlcnt squmce
flransfer Stuflcntl: Pro- Y3I'n-urls: l'..ll..'X. l, Yirc llmnu Ronin lll5,33 Y-'Il-cn Student Council 1: junior
Jectiun Club 2,31 Hi-Y 33 l'rc-siclcnt, Z S c 4' r c t Z1 ry: -lp junior Rcrl Cross Alter- Rr-cl Cross 33 Steuben Stafl
Choir l,Z,3: Latin Club 3. Ifreiicli Club 3: Y - 'll-cn natbc Z3 Latin Club 3,-l' 4: Beacon Staff 43 Big Red
mmm-i zz cii.,.-Us 1.3.5. 4'--YN l-
been here longer" Q-Ier pgfrs nality is as w t .mgfulfll hef friends like and
vi as her eww prize her, why of course 1t'S
J 10' L , ' ' '
it Dx Ni I
Page 32 '
X W H Pr-,bl ,f'
ml ul' ill NLML ,L'iJllJj
Diane Riser '
Seaters 5,41 Junior Play
Cast 3: Library Staff 3,4.
"Just a, Gail of Laughter"
"Slowly, but, surely"
I'l't'5lllClll of Home Ronin ltbtl,
Z: lrt-sicleut of Home Ronin
100.31 Vive l'rt-sirlt-ut of
Hmm' Ronin 105, 13 Hi-Y lg
Librztry Stuff 43 Hzlskctlmll
2' l'rt'siflt-ut uf Hmm' Ronin
1112, -I3 Scllifu'-blilllim' l'ruu1
"Did you ever look him
straight in the eyesg try it
sometime - wow - some sur-
MARGARET AN N
'l'rcztsurcr of Home Rwmu 1,
.53 Vim' l,!'CSltlt'llf of Home
Ronin .23 SlL'llIlL'll Staff 4:
Itt-:it-im Stuff 4: Big Rt-cl
St-atvrs -1: IR-upcr Club l 3
tQ,.X.,X. ll Stl'llllL'll .Xssclulmly
"Five - foot two. eyes of
blue, and OH! what those
two eyes can do!"
DONNA JUNE ROWAN
Baud 3,41 Secretary of Home
Ronin 100, 3.
"Th ought is deeper
than all speech"
LESTER WALTER GLENN DALE RUNYAN GLENNA JUNE SAM MIKE SIMERA
ROWLEY 5l'l1i"f WHY CHM 4. SHIRKEY "Hears a lot, sees a lot,
"Les" "Still 0l'1 OUT list" ushirkeyn gays nothing'
Wrestling 3.4: Track 4: Ilaurl l,Z,3.-1: Los Amigos
Student Cmuicil 1: Racliu- .33 Orclicstra 3,-1.
ll. Klub 4: jr, Red truss ,The only way to have
If at first you don't succeed,
try, try, again"
a friend is to be one
BARBARA JEAN SIX
"A ready smile makes a
host of friends"
l'lll'2IllSfL'l'l't'Il frmu lilgiu
.Xcaclcuiy in N551 1 l'l1ysic:1l
Sciciicv Club: Latin Club:
"A late comer but a
credit to the class"
SARA LEE SMITH CATHERINE MARIE
Steuben Staff 4: liurum 4: .. ,,
-luuior Play Cast .lg Rv- Cathy
sc-rw Clicwlczirlcr 1,21 Stu- Y - 'I'm-cus l.Z: l".'ll..'X. 2
clcnt Cbuucil 2,141 Kssuui-
bly Lfshcr 4: llrcsirlcut of
Hmm- Rumu lflll, lg 'lll'L'2l5-
urcr nf llcmu- Rmumi l1Jll,2:
lfruuvli Club 3.
"Never too busy to join in
the fun, always on hand when
there's work to be done"
fi.iX..X, ll Secretary of Hum
Rmnn lllll, 2.
"Seems quiet, but Oh My!
Hi-Y l,Z: Red Cross 2,3'
Forum 4: Beacon Staff 4:
Steuben Staff. Art -1:
Wrestling 4: Program Mau-
"What? Oh no, he always
acts like that"
Happy Go Lucky"
.IUDITH JO ANN RICHARD ALAN
lCf:sL'rw Clicvriiig 2: l,k'IlIlCl' lll-Y l-31 lilllll' flllll l.-21
Club l: fi..-MX. l: Si-crvtznry Kaflifv TX- flllll Z.-3.42 SCC-
uf Hmm- Rubin llll, .31 Rafliu YCTZIVB' 'llVC21SllVl'Y' uf Ulm?
'l',Y. Club 4: -lr. Rn-rl Crrmss 2. flllll 34
"Let nothing disturb thee" HA friend of man is he"
ROBERT ELLIS STILL
"Work, work go away,
come again some other day" "Carrie"
"' . .' .I
N- I eens IJ, l-..X..X. l,l, I ep-
per Club l,Z: Red Cross 1,21
Yiee Pres, of Home Room 2:
Offiee Girl 2.5.41 He:-icuii
Staff .33 .Xssembly lfslier 41
liyln lislier -I.
"Full of pep, ready to dance,
always in step, loves
Football Manager l.23 Iias-
ketball Klztnager .21 Distribu-
tive Iirlneation 4,
"To a good man nothing
that happens is evil
Student Council I: Home
Room President .lg Football
Manager Z3 Home Room
"Meek, mild, but merry"
JOHN WAYNE DONNA LOU TOTH LINDA KAY TRIMMER FLORENCE ELIZABETH
THOMPSON lforuin 4: See. uf Student , Q , , , TUCKER
. . , I J. , . Council: Steuben Queen At- 5tI'fIl"'t b"u""'I 'Zi l""aC'm
UMW l""'l' Ing Iwi Realm' It-ndant 21 Class Treas. Z: Staff 41 NUYSCS flllll -I--ll "Flo"
5.4: Ilistributive Iifltuation
"Said and done,
done as soon as said"
Home Ronin Sm-C. 41 Home
Iitmtll Treas. 4: Preview
Queen 5: Home Room Pres.
lg Iizrnrl I..Z,.I,-IQ Blajorette Z.
3.4: F.'I'.fX. 3,43 jr. Prom
Com. 3: Steuben Staff 41 jr.
"Without a sorrow, without
a care, with laughing eyes
and sunny hair"
Irezrs, of Home Ronin l0,.l1
hlr. Choir l: lforum 4: Radio
r.V, Klub 4: X'-Teens l,2:
Gym Usher 4.
"Her heart is in Toronto"
-lr, Choir I: Future Nurses
3: Radio 'I'.V. Club 3, Treas.
4: Steuben Staff 4: Big Red
Seaters 4: Library Assistant
4: Senior Prom Committee 4.
"She's not a flower, not a
pearl, she's a peach of an all
"A sweet disposition"
Forum -l: Steuben Staff 4:
X - 'llccus 5,-1: Trczlsurcr of
Hmm- Ronin l,l: Rarlio 'l'.V.
Club 3,41 Ulinriis l.2: lfuturc
Nurses 3,-1: l'rugram Cinn-
lIllftl'C-Jllllllbf Play 3.
"For making announcements
over P.A., Y - Teens, cause
of Mary, never had a delay"
LORETTA SUE JOAN DALE WISENER
Clfzmlilirnlmj lfrcmlh mul, All 'llrausfurrccl frum lllrliau
Hlsmrlml muh 'll Rmlm ' zumlis, lurliauzl in Sept. 1955
'l'.X'. Ululr -l: Y - 'lluvlls -l:
'l'r:1usfcr Stuflvut. usweet and quietly
"This girl gets -around"
ELIZABETH ANNE DORIS JANE WILLSON DONALD EARL WILSON WILLIAM EUGENE
WILLIAMS "Pudgie" "Willie" or "Gum-Gum" WILSON
MLIZN RL-rl Cross l,2,3: lfurum -1: lfnutlmzill l,2,.3,-1: liaskctlmll HEugenen
Forum 43 Chorus 12,343 Y- lfuturu Nurses 4: Radio TX. l.2: Track l,Z: Vice Pres. uf "I am here but, where
Teens 1,23 Vice Pres. of Club 4: Ilear-on Staff 4. llfmie Rofmi l, I: Pros. nf are my thoughts"
I-Igmg R00111 11' 2: L05 UA Well of energy and wit lllillll' Riuml Z1 Sm.. of
Amigos 4: Junior - Senior 1 H2158
Prom Committee 3: Assem-
bly Usher 4.
"Dark hair and a light smile"
that never runs dry'
Q73 MP' lml' wi
"Deadeye - a hit with a miss"
I I f
Ag, gf f I!
' ar, ff e ,
zE5fI31j21f,' ' -' A .3 : ap
1 ,Qi -Q A
W fax.. 5
i ' K
,X 1 ,L if 4
-V - ...,. 5
5 ,. ..,. , ,A
ff g W 4
Herewith, the Steuben lists the upper third of the Class of
1956. Two asterisks indicate completion of the prescribed subjects
with high honors. One asterisk indicates graduation with honors.
The students are listed alphabetically.
"'Zirille, Mary Louise
Leading the Class of 1956 as Valedictor-
ian, with the highest scholastic average, is
Charlotte Ann Goldfein, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Max Goldfein of Columbia Avenue.
Charlotte has been very active during her
four years at Steubenville High School. She
is drum majorette and vice-president of the
"Big Red" Band, member of the Steuben
Staff, Forum, Future Nurses, and Y-Teens.
She also was one of the Homecoming Queen
Attendants this year, County Treasurer dur-
ing Student Government Day, and President
of her freshman homeroom.
Charlotte is planning to attend Ohio State
University where she will study nursing.
Deborah Jane Munsee, by attaining the
second highest scholastic record, is the Sa-
lutatorian of the Class of 1956.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Munsee of Oakmont Avenue, Debbie has
been in many extra-curricular activities. She
is secretary of the Band in which she has
been a member for four years, and an active
member of the Forum and Junior Red Cross.
She was also in the Junior Play and a mem-
ber of the Orchestra for three years.
Debbie's future plans are to attend Woos-
ter College where she will study languages.
She hopes to be a linguist.
Back in September of 1952, 392 young
students started their high school ca-
reers at S.H.S. The looks of amazement
on their faces were set about glassy
eyes which were looking in wonder at
the bigness of Big Red. The year of
1952-53 was nothing spectacular. The
football team won three games and lost
seven. The predominately sophomore
basketball team lost sixteen out of
twenty games. The freshmen teams
were certainly a credit to the school-
the football team was undefeated and
the basketball team won the Ohio Val-
ley Cage Tournament at Yorkville. Our
Steuben queens were Jane Nelson,
Charlotte Goldfein and .Lynn Donkin.
Leading the class as officers were Bill
and Chuck Fulton, Bill Hales and Char-
A little smaller in number, a little wis-
er, the Class of 1956 started its second
year in the realm of knowledge. The of-
ficers were Tom Haverfeild, Marcella
Maple, Donna Toth, and Lynn Donkin.
Lynn was also Steuben queen, Marcel-
la Maple and Donna Toth were attend-
The football team was much improv-
ed, winning 8, losing 1 and tieing 1. The
basketball team won 11, lost 9 and went
to the finals of the District "A" Tourna-
As Juniors, the Class of 1956 was led
by all boys, Jim Dunlope, Dick KTOPP,
John Gilcrest, and Don Wilson. The
football team, plagued with injuries,
was forced to settle for 2 victories.
The basketball team did much better,
Winning 13 and losing only 7. It also
went all the way to the Regional "A"
Tournament. Besides baseball and
track, which were rapidly developing
at Big Red, wrestling, golf, and tennis
became major sports. This class also
put on one of the school's best proms,
"Lost in Heaven."
Fall, 1955 was the start of a new
year, our last year in Steubenville
High. The predominantly underclass-
football team had a rugged season, win-
ning 4, losing 5, and tying 1. The bas-
ketball also was supplied mostly by un-
derclassmen. It won 15 and lost 3 in the
regular season. The Stubbers went into
the district tournament before being
defeated. Due to early publishing of
this book, we are unable to account for
the spring sports, but Ang Vaccaro's
baseball team has a lot of material and
should have a profitable season.
"Winter Fantasy" was the theme of
the Senior-Junior prom. It was the most
successful winter prom in the school's
history. The class officers are Lois Hof-
mann, president, Jim DeLong, vice-
president, Roberta Hill, secretary, and
Bill White, treasurer. Anita Gescheider
was Steuben queen and her attendents
were Carol Graham and Kay Horton.
Lynn Donkin was homecoming queen.
Her attendents were Marcella Maple,
Joan Davis, Jane Nelson, and Charlotte
June 7 was the "day of days"-grad-
uation. What happens in the lives of the
class of 56 after this day has been mold-
ed by the experiences which took place
in the four years of high school. The
Senior Class of 1956 is the nucleus of a
memory which will never be forgotten.
2 1 KM N
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We, the Senior Class of Steubenville High School, being of sound mind and body, do hereby be
queath the following to the underclassmen:
WOODY WOODWARD leaves his nickname to his cousin, RICHARD.
CAROL I NI.
GUS LAI l BOY.
LOIS HO. -,, . U
ANDY PETTRESS wills his big feet to NORMAN POLONOFSKY.
SUE JOHNSON wills her bouncy pony tail to PAT CHIOTA, who hopes herfs will grow.
COOKIE DALBENZIO wills Bob Yurjevic to poor MR. MALTESE.
DICK KROPP leaves Student Council to an unexpecting JUNIOR.
RONNIE ANDERSON and RUSS CRAWFORD leave the office!
BILL HALES gives the prom chairmanship to some hard working JUNIOR.
LITTLE BOB McINTYRE hands his basketball over to "BIG BILL RALICH".
LYNN DONKIN wills her blushing to DORIS JELEA.
JEAN GRANDINETTPS megaphone goes to BETTY WILLIAMS.
JIM ENSELL Ieaves a big vacant spot on the football team for an AMBITIOUS LINEMAN.
MARY ANN McFEELY wills her sharp clothes to GLENDA GOULD.
MILT ADAMS' magic is received by capable DICK HOLTZ.
JOANIE DAVIS wills her terrific wit to DAVE CFUZZYJ PEACH.
KAY HORTON'S place in Chorus goes to JOAN FLEMING. '
BEV PHILLIPS leaves her dancing ability to MABLE D'ANGELO.
CHARLOTTE GOLDFEIN wills her braces to GRETCHEN LIGHTHIZER.
HOLSIE MATHEWS wills his terrific bass voice to DON GOODE.
DAVE MADISON gives his bottle of carrot juice to PAT MEEHAN for her hair.
JIM DeLONG bequeaths Mr. Bach's drawing class to CHARLIE ALBERTS.
DORETTE BOYLAN'S tall stateliness goes to MARY LOUISE WEINMANN.
MARIAN MELLISH wills her sultry voice to her SISTER, who doesn't want it.
LAWRIN GIANNAMORE leaves his little brother to all the GIRLS OF S.H.S.
CAROL MacPHERSON'S droll sense of humor is left to MISS BERNIER.
ZANE KIRK wills his Ivy League clothes to WILD BILL CROSKEY.
WAYNE SNYDER leaves his freckles to DONNA MARQUIS.
LEE LEVINE leaves his perseverance to STEVE FISHER.
PAUL PROLAGO leaves all of his sisters to the HALLS OF BIG RED.
CAROL MILLER'S pug nose is left to DAVE COLEMAN.
CHARLIE BALL'S braininess goes to some LUCKY BOY.
MARCELLA MAPLE leaves the choir room piano in the capable hands of LAVERNE FORD.
LINDA GALLAGHER leaves her dreams of Annapolis for ANN MONCILOVICH.
S UPERIN TENDEN T
Ralph M. Gantz has been a Superintendent
of Schools for twenty 1203 yearsg the last six as
head of our schools. Prior to the Steubenville posi-
tion he held superintendencies at Bedford and
Mifflin Township in Franklin County, Ohio. He
served as classroom teacher for five years and a
high school principal for one year.
RALPH M. GANTZ
Otterbein College graduated him in 1929. He received his Master's De-
gree in School Administration from Akron University in 1935. Extensive post-
graduate work has been completed at Ohio State and Columbia Universities.
His administration of our schools has reflected in the constant improvement
of our educational programg the additional facilities provided teachers and
pupils and the increased educational achievement of pupils in our schools.
RENA MARGARET PHILLIPS
Private Secretary to Superintendent.
Graduated class of 1950.
Mr. Albert C. May is serving his sixth year
as principal of S.H.S.
After graduating from Bucyrus High School
in 1923, Mr. May attended Otterbein College
where he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree.
He attained his Master of Arts Degree in 1936 at
Ohio State University.
ALBERT C. MAY
Before coming to Steubenville in August, 1950, Mr. May served as principal
of the following Ohio schools: Keene, Newcomerstown, Martins Ferry, and Marion
Harding Senior High School.
Secretary to Principal, and School Treasurer
Graduate of the Class of 1953.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
'lhe Steubenville Bourd ol' Education is comffosed ol' cirie minded citizens of
the Steubenville urea, who strive to set the highest educational standard possible
for the youth ef our community. Front row L. to R., F. J. Mickg Miss Mary
Eberts, clerk-treasurfrg Fred Dougherty, President.
Second row L. to R., LeRoy Schell, City Solicitorg Dr. C. W. Lighthizerg Herbert
Leicyg Robert Kingg and Ralph M. Gantz.
ASST S UPERIN TENDEN T
Miss Margaret Boyd, assistant to Mr. Gantz,
taught mathematics in the Steubenville Public
Schools for many years.
She attended Mount Union College and re-
ceived her Bachelors Degree. She obtained her
Masters Degree from Ohio State University in
1928. She has done extensive graduate work at
Teachers College, Columbia University, and
Miss Boyd has served as National Education Association Representative at
the Intemational Seminars at University of Maryland and Syracuse University.
She has attended the meetings of the World Confederation of Organizations of
the Teaching Profession at Berne, Switzerland, Ottawa, Canadag and Oxford,
England. Miss Boyd has served as Lecturer in Education at the University of
Kansas City, and as visiting Professor at Muskingum College. She is now serving
as one of the Ohio Directors of the National Education Association.
KAY E. MILLER
Secretary to Psychologist
Graduate of the Class of 1954
General Office Secretary
Graduate Class of 1955
Social Studies - Ohio University,
University of Pittsburgh, North-
western University, Kent State Uni-
"I'll be here after school"
BARBARA JEAN BILLS
Physical lfflneation and Health -
Ohio State University. li.S. in litl.
Sponsors Hig Recl Seaters.
MRS. ANNA MARIE BONOVICH
lfoocls - West l,iherty State Col-
lege, .'X.li., VVest Virginia Univer-
"The way to a man's heart
is through his stomach"
STEVEN F. BRINSKO
linsiness-Vocational Commercial e-
College of Steubenville, l5..'X.. The
University of Pittsburgh, M. lid.,
CFHL.-Xl Sponsors Future Business
Leaders of America.
"A friend of man is He"
HELEN RUTH BROWN
lxl2itl'l0lll3.tlCS i Denison University,
HS.. Muskingum College. Sponsors
l".'l' . A .
"No whispering in the
back of the room"
ABE A. BRYAN
l5oy's Physical lfrl. an University of
Miami, Steubenville College, Miami
University, University of Pittsburgh.
Assistant Football Coach, Assistant
Basketball Coach. Golf Coach.
W l I.l.l.'XM .XHRA HAM
History, .Nthletics -V University of
Pittsburgh, li..'X., Milli., .-Xnhnrn
l.'niversity. Navy Y-ll. llearl lioot-
"It's not if you won or lost,
but how you played the game"
lnrlnstrial .Xrts -- Ohio University,
l3.S. Ohio State University. MJX..
Massachusetts lnstitnte of Techno-
logy, Senior Prom Adviser for l955.
"We're going to do this by
JOSEPH A. BELL
State University, HA.
"Watch your fingers, boys!"
ROBERT HERMAN BEHNKE
lndn.strial Arts - Kent State Uni-
llistrihntive lfrlucation - Bethany
College, li.Se., College of Steuben-
ville, Ohio State University. lJ.lf.C..N.
"Worth makes a fellow"
E. W. CAPEN
Yoeal Music' --f liowling lireen State
University. HS., L'nivt-rsity of l'itts-
burgli, M,lQ, tiracluate Vllorkt Nortli-
western L'nivt-rsity. Carnegie lnsti-
tute of illCL'l'llllbltDgj'.
"My hair is gray
but not with years"
T. W. CASKEY
lX'orlcl History, Geography 1 Milli-
gan College. .X.l'l.. University of VYis-
consin, MUN.. University of l'itts-
burgh, Ohio State L'niversity. Kent
State L'niversity, .Xclvisor of Key
"And then, there was the time
I got sea-sick riding a camel!!!"
liiology -- Mount Union College.
LLS. XYrestling Coach. fSubstitute
teacher who eoaelierl VX'restlers lfirst
E. W. CLASHMAN
Biology - Hanover College, li..X.
"Who would have thought the old
starfish to have had so much blood
fiirl's Pliysieal lid, Health -- Fair-
niont State College, ll,.eX. .Xtlvisor of
"Tuck your shirts in, girls!"
ARLETTA MADELINE COBERLY
'llllC!llAj' of Music -- Kent State Uni-
versity, West Liberty State College.
"All scales aren't on fish!',
MAX WOOD COBERLY
lligb Seliool Orchestra - Univer-
sity of X'Yiseonsin, Newark College
of lingineering. XXX-st Liberty State
College, iX.ll.. Marshall College,
lgrztcluztte workl, Orchestra.
"Well, we have a few minutes,
what shall we play?"
MARY ROBERTSON COLEMAN
lfnglisli - Mount Union College,
.X.l5. Duke L'niversity, University of
"Now take a clean sheet of
paper and a pen"
iXrt .Xkron University, li..-X. Co-
lnnibia University, M..-X., University
"Only art creates life"
WILLIAM EARL CROSKEY
Social Stutlies - Kent University,
HS. Graduate VN'ork: Kent State
Cniversity. Sponsors Steubenville
"Go get 'em Willie!"
BENJAMIN SILAS ENTWISTLE
Coinnu-rcial llvpmtiiiciit - Iowa
Stats 'l'car'lu-rs Collcilr-, L'nivc-rsily
of Iowa. Iniivcrsily of I,lll5illll'jg'll.
Sponsors llilvlv Study Vlnli.
"Blessed is the man who walketh
not in the counsel of the ungodly"
ELEANORE R, GILES
linglish - Miami L'i1ix'ci'si1y, l5..X.,
"How do I love theev
THOMAS LEE GRAF
Scicim-, Matlicniatics e- Viiivcrsity
of l'ittsl1urg'li. ILS. in .Xt-i'oii:111tivz1l
lfiigiiu-vriiig, L'ollt-gc uf Slt'llllCllVlllt'.
"The proper study of mankind
ALFRED A. HERZBERGER
lnflustrial A-Xrts 4 llcirlclhci-g, iX.Il.
Ohio State lviiivcrsity, Nl..X. Ck'llll'U.l
'lllicological Scminziry, UID.
"An honest man's the noblest
work of art"
linglislm -ff Ohio University, LLS.
Ithaca Conservatory of Music, lini-
versity of Pittsliurgh, M.li.
"Who would like to be
our teacher for today?"
CHARLES H. DECKER
I'rinting - Kansas State Teachers
L'oIlr-gc. ILS. University of Pitts-
Iiurgh, M.li., Kicncva College, Car-
"If you use a little common horse
sense, you will never go wrong"
MARGARET COLLINS DENISON
lfnglish -f Muskingum College, AB.
llrr-acl Loaf School of linglish, M.A.
lirarluatc VVork: Ohio State' Uni-
vm-rsity, University of VVi5c0nsin,
L'lllYCl'SlIj' of California, University
of XYcst Virginia. Sponsors Steuben-
ville High School Forum.
"She's the tops! ! !"
Iinglisli, Social Studios S VVcst Vir-
ginia Lfiiivcrsity, firacluutc VVork:
Ohio Stan- University. Northwcstcrn
luiivcrsity of Michigan, AB.
"Open your book to page 1,387,566"
JULIET WELLER EAKIN
lfrciicli, Latin -- Muskingum Col-
lm-gc, ILQX.. Oliio State University,
l'nivcrsity of Cliivago, XVcstcrn Rc-
scrvu Lfnivr-rsity. Sponsors French
"I must tell you this one"
WILLIAM G. ELLIS
Social Stnrlivs Y- llavis-lflkins Cola
ln-or-, .-XII Ohio State Vniversity.
"A good sport is a
MYRTLE LILLIAN JOHNSON
lfiiglish - Bliiskingiim, iX.lL f2irl's
"What's your excuse.
FRED C. LAUSCH
Nlath. -- Ohio Luiiversity, Ohio Statv
L'i1iversity. XYili11i11g'toii College.
Bachelor oi Arts.
"No, two times two is not five! ! !"
JOHN F. LEMAL
liiiglish -- College of SI1'llilL'llVlllL',
B.S. in liclucatioii.
"Determination is his middle name"
ELIZABETH LOUISE LYONS
Chemistry, Science fllrllfililllillll' for
grades li-ll --- Smith, rX.li,, XYilso11.
Columbia L'11iversi1y, L'11ivcrsity of
Chicago. L'iiivci'sity of Califoriiia at
Berkeley. L'11iv1-rsity of Pittshiirgli,
"Knowledge is proud that she has
learn'd so muchg wisdom is humble
that he knows no more"
JOHN THOMAS MALTESE
jouriialigin f College ui SlL'lllJL'll-
ville, HA., Columbia L'iiiv1-rsity.
Ohio State Luiivcrsity. .Xrlvisor of
SICUITCII. lit-ziuoii, SIllIlClll t'o11111'il,
"None but himself can equal
Shorthailrl aml 'liypiilg ---- liowliilg
lil'l":ll College of Coiiiiiicrcc. liowliiig
Green. Ky. Luiivcrsity of l'ittslr11i'gl1.
Ohio Stan- Lfiiivttrsity, .X.ll. ill-mov.
"Don't forget to double-space"
n' RAY HOYMAN
liiflnstrial .Xrts - H1-allh -f Miami
LilllY1'l'Sllj'. ILS., l'it1 Lfiiiversity,
"Early to bed, early to rise"
lJrix'1'r lfrlucatioii aiifl lioy's Physi-
uzil litliication - L'l1ivei'sity of Pitts-
lriirgh. Masta-rs in lirl. HS. in lfcl.
'tEeeese your clutch"
Nl2illlk'lIl2lll1'S - Ohio Lhiivcrsity,
, . . . .
lib. iii ltcliivatioii.
"To error is human
to forgive divine"
Xvtlflilllllllll licliicatioii, liiclustrial
Arts, ,loiiriicymaii tool anrl clit- makcr.
.Xflvisor for Yovzitioiial lnfllistrial
"An industrious, industrial genius!"
FQ L 5-31-56
FRANCES C. RINNER
Latin Ohio University, lit-nt State,
XYilIiant :intl Mary. Radcliff. I,:ttin
L'InIm :intl .Xsst-tnlrly l'sItcrs.
JOSEPH B. ROBB
Ctnnntt-rcial -- Oliiti University, ILS.
in Iifl., LiIllYl'I'SIIj' of Pittslnirglt, RI.
"A good secretary
doesn't chew gum"
HOWARD E. ROBINSON
lllzttltcmativs - ILS. in Iftlllvatimt-
Oliin State ljnivcrsity, tirzttltiatt-
Vtlmrk. Akron Uitivt-rsity. .'XcIvism' for
Newtonian Fluh 'tntztth clnlmt.
"Perplexity is the beginning
GERTRUDE ELIZABETH RYAN
Iinglislt anrl XYnrIcI History -- Miilllli
University, .'X.I5,, Ultiu University.
ILS. in liclucatiuit. xhlvism' for
Sc-ninr .-Xssctnhly tickets.
"It isn't the quantity,
it's the quality!"
MARY RUTH MAY
Xlzttltvitizttifs - Ohio Statt- Lfnivcr-
sity. ILS. in Iicl, University of Vlfis-
tmnsin, L'nivt-rsity tif Pittslmrglt,
Klztstt-r Iftl., Ohitt Univt-rsity. ,Ir.
"Angles opposite equal sides are
JOSEPH THEODORE MICKEY
Vliysical lirliiczttimi, .Xmcrican His-
tnry. Ilitiltigy, Ht-altll - Ohio Uni-
vt-rsity, Ii.S. in Iitl., Pltysical lid.-
Xlztjiw, Minors - History and Unv-
crnntt-nt. Iiitiltigy and Svicnct-.
"A mighty mite"
.Xss't. Iiantl Dirt-ctur, Instrumental
Ilrngraiti - Iliiqtu-stu' University.
I5.S. in Music. .Xrlvisirr of Dance
"And the band played on."
Spanish 1 L'nivt-rsity of Pittslmrglt.
Spanish Club, Los Aittigns.
Ctnnint-rt'iaI Ohio Statt- Univer-
sity. ILS. in Iicl.. I'ittsIm1trg'I1 Univer-
sity, Masters in Ifrl.
"Get ready, get set, go!"
JOSEPH PAUL QUATTRONE
fXI:1tI1 and Scicltfc fullcgt- uf
Stctilwitvillt-, Iinwling Crt-vn Univer-
sity, .XfIx'istn' fin' Iiuwling club.
RALPH J. SHORT
i'hysit's :tml Senior 5k'IK'llL't' Lini-
.-.,. ,. . .
vt-r-ity ot iittshiirgh. lib. XM-stiiiiiil
f'No, Frank, you cannot
manufacture frozen fire"
MRS. MARGUERITE SNYDER
Iiiiglish - Ohio Stain- LiIliX'L'I'5ilj'
Ohio XX L'iiL'j'1lIl. LH, in iifl. .Mlvisor
lol' h - I Ctllr,
"Smiles are contagious-
let's start an epidemic!"
CLARA RENA STRINCER
Home Iii-oiioiiiics Ohio L'i1ivt'r-
sity, Hzlvht-lor ot 5l'lk'lll't' IPL-g't't'c iii
lzfl. Ohio L iiivcrsity, firzuliizttc work,
Kent State Lhiwrsity, tit-in-vat Vol--
"A girl who can sew
is always well dressed
MARY E. TARR
,. v . .
liiologx' -A kent Nato, tit-iit-va, fjiliu
State, L iiivcrsity ot' Pittshiir fh. Hatch-
clors. Mzistvr iii lull.. .Xilvisor lor
lfuttirv Niirst-X t'Itih.
"Her voice is ever soft and low"
History :mil Noviology i,j'llt'ilillll't.Q
tollt-gt-. lititlcr Ltiiwrsity, Liiivvr-
sity of Yirgiiiia, MAX, iii History
Liiiivorsity of Xilfgillill. .Xclx'21i1c't'r1
work iii History, Slit-1-vii, Kzulio, ,Xil-
visor for Raflio-'l',Y, Cltih.
4'Education forms the common mind"
JOHN R. TURKOPP
Rlatliciiiatics Ohio State LvlliYK'l" 5
ally 1,.' . . .
"Laugh when we must"
ANGELO JOSEPH VACCARO
Pliysit-:il Iirlucatioii - lfrsiiius Col-
lt-gc .'X.li., Luliwrsity of Pittshiirgli
fXl.l',fl, iiziskt-thzill killilfil, lizisclmall
"A - tisket - A - tasket, won't
someone please make a basket"
ANTHONY T. VIOLI
Iiaiirl Dirt-ctor -A Ohio Stzitt- Lui-
yt-rsity, HS, iii lfcl, Ohio Lillivt-rsitv
"He's the leader of the band
that's made for you and me"
liiigglish, Matin-iiizitifs --- Colle
"Not all redheads
have hot tempers"
Iiiiglisli Ohio State Uiiivtfrsitx'
IZA., H11-all Loaf bchool of I'1t-'Ii
Xlirlillchurg, Collegt- of Vt-rmo
M..-X. ,luiiior Rt-cl Cross Advisor.
"A friend to all"
I UNI ORS
The Class of 1957, this year's junior class,
consists of 323 students, of whom l49 are
boys, and 174 are girls. The junior class
officers are John Spear, President, Barbara
Fillipone, Vice-President, Kay Kell, Secre-
tary, and Joe Malbasa, Treasurer. The class's
activities for this year include the sponsor-
L. to R. - John Spear, presidentg Joe Mal
basa, treasurerg Barbara Fillipone, vice
president: Kay Kell, secretary.
Home Room Pres.
Bottom Row L. to R. Judy Wickham,
Yvonne Barach, Ester Kell
Middle Row L. to R. John Neel, Tom
Carmichael, Bob Dever
Top Row L. to R. Bob Rhinehart,
Glenn Major, Bill Singer
ing of a dance after one of the football games,
the Junior - Senior Prom, and the Junior
Play which was entitled "Life of the Party."
The junior class colors are ivory and
greeng its flower is the red and white carna-
tion, and its motto is: "Learning to succeed
,l udy Baker
Mary Lou Blackburn
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president, Judy Griffin, treasurerg Helen
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Bottom Row - David Capen, Judy Har-
mon, Sharon Seal, Nancy Wilde. Middle
Row - Don Johnston, Mike Pappas, Lee
Freedman. Top Row - John Myers, Al
DeGeorge, Ed Tressler.
The Class of 1958, sophomores this year of 1956, number some 186 boys
and 175 girls for a total of 361 students. ' '
The class elected Carl Bell to preside as president, John Campbell, vice-
presidentg Helen Bailie, secretary and Judy Griffin, treasurer. The colors selected
as representative of the Class of 1958 are white and deep purple with the white
carnation chosen as the group's official flower. Motto for the Class is "Of a Good
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Poff, Becky Borden, Bill Smittle. Seconc
row-Kenny Woodward, Gloria Barrett
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sey, Russ Jimeson.
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187 girls was ably led this year by President Robert Porco. Assisting Bob in his
duties were Russ Jimeson, Vice President, Jane Kinney, Secretary, and Helen
Mellish, Treasurer. 'gln Ourselves Our Future Lies" was selected as the class
motto. Also chosen was the purple orchid as the class flower, and lavendar and
white as the official colors.
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A C TI VI TIES
Student COUHCU ' ' Government is your busme'
Row l--l.. to K. llarhara IXlt'adoxvs, Shirley Morris, l'a-iiiiy Kuhns, lla-tty Prulago Sa
Smith, lfflith lit-rr, ,loan Caswell,lJoris ,In-lea. Cliarlotte Hall, joan l':Y3.IlN llitk lxroii
Row Z-f--l.. to R, 7- lloiiiia Claiiry, Sharon XX'ilsoii, Patty Stepliciisoii, l,iiicla lriinnier He
y Griffin, Yicki Ress. -Indy Martin, luili Moyers. ,lorry Hari
Row 3- l., tu ll. 7 lloiiiia Hanna, 'Iohii Starr, Toni liflrly, -lim Mcflaiii iiinit lu
lioiialfl llc-al. ,lim Yan llyne, ,lorry liroiict-ski, lloh Monk.
Row 4 ffff lf. to R. .Xiitly l't-ttress, ,lack llhiiii, .lullll Spear, llirk Horton lxeith lluxu
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lloli X iirjevic, lxiiss K rawtorfl. ,lay -ltiiics.
L, to R. -- Dick Kropp, president: lioh Yurjt-vie.
vice - presideiltl Doris ,lc-lea. st-cretaryg Russ
The organization in our school which sits as a function
ing group to hear the ideas and suggestions of the students
is known as the Student Council. lt is comprised of one
student representative from each home room and meets
periodically during different class sessions of the day to
discuss various issues of importance. The responsibility of
each member is to find out the ideas and suggestions of
the students in his or her own home room and present
them to the Council which considers their merits. lf the
suggestions are thought reasonable, they are presented
to the administration where final decisions are made. The
Student Council also sponsors many projects and activi-
ties including Homecoming, Twirp Week, decorating the
goal posts for the football games, and the Ground Hog
Dance, a joint dance with Weir High. This year's officers
are Dick Kropp, presidentg Bob Yurjevic, vice-president:
Doris Jelea, secretaryg and Russell Crawford, sergeant-ab
The Steubenville High School Forum,
ably directed by Miss Margaret Denison,
is in reality the debating club of S.H.S. It
is a member of the State and National Town
Meeting League. The club members are call-
ed upon to give discussions for various
groups throughout the Tri-State Area in ad-
dition to appearances on radio and television.
Much of their experience is obtained at the
Forum's weekly meetings at which all mem-
bers present discuss subjects ranging from
national problems to "going steady."
L. to R. - Marian Mellish, presidentg Lee Levine, vice
president: Dnrrette Boylan, recording secretaryg Frume
Little, corresponding st-crm-tary: Dick Kropp. treasurer,
Don Heal, sergeant-at-arms: Zane Kirk, Chaplain.
There is also a club social once a month that is full of fun and frolic for those
who attend. The club is eapably led by Marian Mellish, president, Lee Levine,
vice-president, Dorette Boylan, recording secretary, Frume Little, corresponding
secretary, and Dick Kropp, treasurer. The positions of chaplain and sergeant-
at-arms are filled by Zane Kirk and Don Beal, respectively.
Row l - L. to R. Y Susie Ochsenbt-in, fieorgia Galatoulas, Carol Miller, Donna Toth,
Sally Smith, Diana Hellas, Linda Gallagher, Anita livsclieidcr, ,lean Grandinetti, Mary
Vatrella, lilizalxcth Ann XN'illiams, lileanor Mclntosh, Penny Borden.
Row Z 4 L. to R, - Miss Margaret Denison, Linda Trimmer, Tania Novington, Frume
Little, Marian Mellish, Debbie Munsec, XYaync Snyder, ,lohn liilcrest. janet Hastic, Zane
Kirk, Ruger Mencar, Lois Hofmann Lynn Dunkin. Roberta Hill.
Row .3 - L. to R, -- Marcella Maple, Sue Brown, Martha Burkhardt, Sheila Harris, Susan
fUllllS1lll. ,lanm-t Cable, Lee l.c-vim-, joan Davis, Pete Price. fins Caras, Carole Barr, Dorette
Row -l L. to R. - Andy Pettress, Chuck lfnlton, Lawrin Giannainnrc, Bill Fulton. Bill
llalcs, ,lim lllcfiitlw, Alan lfisncr, Roger llolryn, Dun lit-al. Charlotte liolflfein, Dick Kropp.
FORUM - - Power of words Page 83
Steuben Years of Adventure
The picture at the right
shows the editors and business
manager hard at work. It is
the job of the editors to he the
overseers of the annual. ,Ns
seated around the desk, they
are Diana Hellas, associate
editor: Susan johnson, eo-
editor: Peter Price, co-editor:
Alan liisner, business man-
ager: and Gus Caras, associate
'l'hree of the hardest work-
ing members of the annual
staff are the photographers.
They are responsible for all
informal pictures in the Sten-
hen. After taking the pietnres.
they spend much of their time
in the dark room developing
and enlarging them, The
photograpliers this year are
.-Xrnold Lipson, senior: Mur-
vin .-Xmstey, jnniorg and l'al
The 1956 Steuben, the
everlasting record of the
school year of 1955-56 was
published by a group of
hard - working senior stu-
dents, advised by Mr. John
T. Maltese. Soon after
school started the script for
the Steuben Assembly,
which is produced to get
the student body interested
in the annual, was begun.
The theme was "Steuben-
land" based on the T.V.
'lille lieaeon, often Called
"The journalistie Voice of
SHS." is published bi-week-
ly by the members of the jour-
nalism classes at Big Red.
The school newspaper has
been rated the valley's best
high school paper in 195253,
5-1. 55 Competition. Special
positions for the staff are as-
signed by the journalism
teacher and advisor, Mr. john
Chosen by Mr. Maltese for
the first semester were Frume
Little. editor in - chief and
Sally Smith and VVayne Sny-
der assistant editors, The edi-
tors are responsible for lay-
ing out the paper, writing'
headlines. assigning stories,
proof reading and copy read-
ing. Lee Levine and Dorette
Boylan are eo-editors for the
seeogd semester. Alan Eisner
and Marcella Maple are as-
Beacon Window 11 The World
The Beacon has been an
integral part of Steuben-
ville High School since the
turn of the century. Found-
ed as the voice of the stu-
dents of Big Red, the Bea-
con has weathered many
ups and downs. In the past
decade the paper has
emerged as the finest stu-
dent effort in the area,
growing from a mimeo-
graphed sheet into a six
and eight page letterpress
newsprint paper. The Bea-
con is self - supporting,
gathering funds for publi-
cation from advertising and
Gateway to citizenship
One of the foremost service organizations
of our school is the Key Club. It is spon-
sored by the Steubenville Kiwanic Club and
works with the Kiwanians on many of their
proiects. Since the membership is on a se-
lective basis, each boy must meet the stan-
dards established by the Club. The varied
projects and activities include the Kiwanis
Rose Sale, a clothing drive for needy Ko-
rean children. a canned food drive, the oper-
ation of the concession stand at the basket-
ball games, and the presentation of the Ki-
wanis Sandy Nininger Award to the Senior
who has made the most of his abilities. One
of the groups most well-known activities is
the conducting of the morning devotions
over the school's public address system.
Mr. Caskey is the faculty advisor for the
club. The oficers for this year are presi-
dent, Bill Fulton: vice-president, John Gil-
crestg secretary, Zane Kirkg treasurer, Ron-
nie Morgang and chaplain, Chuck Fulton.
liill Fulton, president: John Gilcrest, vice-pr
rlcnt: Zane Kirk, secretary: Ronnie Morg
treasurer: Chuck Fulton. chaplain.
Row 1 - L. to R. --- Mr. T. XV. Caskey. liill lfulttm, john liilcrest, Ralph Porter, Cllllfli
Fulton, Ronnie Morgan, Zane Kirk. '
Row 2 - L. to R. - Roh Glover, Pt-tc Price, jim llnnlopv, jim llc l,nng, hlolnl Ncirlcr-
hubcr, Dave Quinn, Howard Minor, Charles liall.
Row 3 - L. to R, - Roh llnrns, john Nec-l, Dave Cnnningliani, llill llalt-s. l,cc l.t-vine
Joe Malbaso, Toni Eddy, Dick Kropp, Huh Crawford.
Row 4 - L. to R. - Andy Pcttruss, Dave Murray. 'llt-ml fil2lllllll2l.lt'4l. llolm Rliincliart, -lolin
Campbell, Bill Vlbocl, Roger Polcyn, John Spear, llavc fionlrl.
to ann Nelson, Marcella Maple.
rx X NICI etly. Ann Mo1n'ilm'icl1. Holm
our IIN mijor: Charlotte lioldfein,
drum majortttt 'fancy Jack. Janet Hastit-,
Darlene Srndtrs Donna Toth.
BAND - - Music to Remember
The Big Red Band, directed by Mr. Anthony Violi who is assisted by
Mr. Frank Musante, is certainly one of the hardest-working organizations in the
school. In all kinds of weather, many hours are spent drilling, marching, and
learning dance routines in preparation for the snappy half-time shows which
have led to the acclaim of our band as 'fThe Best Band in Buckeyelandf' This hard
work begins during the summer when the members attend band camp. The band
is very thankful to the Big Red Band Parents, who sponsor the band in many
of its activities, including band camp, and trips to out-of-town football games.
The band participates in many other activities such as pep rallies, parades, and
various civic functions, in addition to its two regular concerts during concert season.
This year's officers are Bill Hales, president, Charlotte Goldfein, vice-presidentg
Debbie Munsee, secretaryg and Linda Leicy, treasurer.
French One Touch of France
Le Cercle Francais, more
commonly known as the
French Club, consists of
students taking French at
S.H.S. The main objective
of this organization is to
create an active interest and
a more thorough knowledge
of the history of France and
Presiding over this year's
club meetings was Diana
Bellas. She is ably assisted
by Jo Ann Brettell, vice-
presidentg Karla Bickerstaff,
secretaryg Margie Brooks,
treasurerg and chairmen
Lynn Donkin and Loretta
Sue Watkins. Miss Juliet
Eakin is serving as the club's
The French Club's out-
standing activity this year
is a Spring Fete. During the
holiday season the group
sponsors a Christmas Party.
Row l - L. to R. - Miss Juliet Eakin, Lora Lee Herndon, Margie Brooks,
Karla llickerstaff, Jo Ann lirettell, Diana Hellas.
Row 2 L. to R. - :Xlice Hubbard, Maralynn Stern, Carol Heto, Loretta
Watkins, Ly11n Donkin.
Row .3 -- L. to R. -- George Hill, Faye Montgomery, ,Xnita VVhite, liecky
Xliller, Mimi rknistey, Howard Kessler.
Introduction to Education
Row 1 M L. to R. Miss Helen liroyyn, Pat Meehan, Linda Masser. Linda lirwin, Yvonne
Yoder, Carol Miller, Vicki Ress. Lois Hofmann, l'at Saylor, Joyce Masser.
Row Z f L. to R. - Priscilla Findlay, Loretta NYatkins, .Xlicc .-Xnn Herbert, La Verne
Hogan, Donna Romano, Karlene Linton, Marcia Jones, Xlarlee XYillia1ns, Roberta Hill,
Row 3 - L. to R. 'A Donna Toth, Dorothy Yurjevic, Joanne Krnich, Sandy Tepovich.
Sue Scott, Marcia Miller, Ola Tagenhorst, Shelley llorfinan, Kay A-Xtkinson, Lynn lions
kin, Linda Leicy.
Row 4 - L. to R. - Jane Kinney, Judy l'off, liecky llorden, Donna Marquis, Farol
Novington, Ann Mclntosh, Mary Louise XYennnan, Mary .Xnn Nalepa, Renee linshman,
Carole' Barr, Becky Miller.
Choosing a career is an
important part of high
school life, The function
ofthe club known as The
Future Teachers of Am-
erica is to acquaint stu-
dents with the various
aspects of teaching. The
nieetinjfs are held every
Tuesday at noon. The
president of F.T.A. is
Carol Miller, ably assist-
ed by Yvonne Yoder,
vice - president: Vicki
Ress, secretary, Lois
Hofmann, treasurer: and
Linda Frwin, historian.
Miss Helen Brown is in
her first year as faculty
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Row l - L. to R. -- Mr, Robert llehnke, Pauline Ui-lzigos, lYayne 'llhomp-
son. Donna lleYore. Carol llelforrl. blames Rhodes.
Row Z - l.. to R. -f Riclizircl Przepasniak. lired Kennedy, Cliarles blaines,
Mike Stringer, Milton llnrkett.
The Vocational lndus-
'ial Club. sponsored by
lr. Harold james. is a
tate wide organization
munded for the purpose
f training pupils for
ieir future occupations.
ocial activities of the
'IC's include club par-
es. an animal outing
1 the spring and week-
: social gatherings in
ie high school gym.
'his year the group has
lade tours through lo-
al industries. helped in
:pairing various fix-
ires in the school and
lso maintained several
rams in school intra-
iural leagues. Officers
Jr this year are lioh
lone. president: Larry
.nderson. vice - presi-
ent: David Ori-is. sec-
atary: Harold Fithen.
'easnrerz and Charles
lreen, sergeant - at -
The Distributive Education
Club, directed this year by Mr.
Robert Behnke, is a social or-
jgaltlzation of the students of
Distributive Education at Steu-
benville High School. Members
of the club participate in many
projects during the course of the
school year, the feature being
the joint employee - employer
banquet held annually in con-
junction with the Vocational-
Commercial Club. Other projects
of the club include the sponsoring
of a skating party each year and
attendance at the state - Wide
convention of Ohio Distributive
Education Clubs. The D.E. Class
was featured on the Steubenville
Public School System's T.V. pro-
gram "Classroom Camera."
Members of the class have
their schedules so arranged that
they attend classes in the morn-
ing and work in retail establish-
ments during the afternoon learn-
ing the practical aspects of the
Young Men And Machines
lion' l -- l., to R. -f-- Larry .'Xnderson, Dave Urris, Hob Hope, Harold Fithen, Aaron
fiillmerl. Qlniclc Nlefonnell.
Row 2 - l.. to R. -- llolw jackson, lfddie Conrad. Charles Green, Sam Alberts, lsmet
Row 3 -- l.. to R. --- Mr, Harold jlznnes, ,lim Rayburn, Rayinond llilley. George llroolis,
Chester Smith. llrian Monigi
The Junior Red Cross, sponsored by Miss Mildred Wheatcraft, is an organization whose basic
purpose is to give service to the less fortunate. The club's membership is open to any stu-
dent who is interested in the welfare of others. Much time is spent in the Jefferson County
Red Cross Chapter House, working on various projects. Worthy activities consist of pro-
viding for needy families at Christmas time, furnishing entertainment programs at the Home
for Aged Women, and Jefferson County Home, sending clothing to Korean orphans and
distributing magazines to institutions such as hospitals, county home, and convalescent homes.
Leading the group this year is Ellen Mayer, presidentg assisted by Penny Kuhns, vice presidentg
Sue Scott, secretary, and Joan Fleming, treasurer.
The purpose of the Radio-TV Club is to acquaint its members with the functions of
radio and television. Members annually produce Dickens' "Christmas Carol" on WSTV ra-
dio, participate in the tri-state Disc Jockey programs, and have their own weekly Book Re-
view. The club sponsors several plays a year over the Public Address system. These stories
often emphasize holidays and the reasons for celebrating them.
Many interesting people such as Red Donley and Harry Birrell speak to the club at its
The club, advised by Miss Thelma Taylor, is ably led by president, Alan Eisner, vice-
president, Susan Ochsenbeing secretary, Carol Miller, treasurer, Florence Tucker, business man-
ager, Jack Blum, and historian, Barbara Petrakis.
56 VC 3 ' - Cues for careers
The '56 V.C.'s is a national organization founded for the purpose of preparing stu-
dents to become the future business leaders of America. The club's main activity of the year is
an annual Employer-Employee Banquet held in May. The students also do typing for the
school staff and community and service organizations. Mr. Stephen Brinsko capably serves as
the club sponsor and the officers are Lillian Gillen, presidentg Judy Bowman, vice - presidentg
Shirley Meadows, secretaryg and Doris Critser. treasurer. The national name of the club is
Future Business Leaders of America.
Newtonian 's Club Mathematics at work
A comparatively new organization at Big Red is the Newtonian Club, commonly called
the Math Club. The members elected Pete Price to the presidency this year. He is assisted by
Zane Kirk, vice-president and Jim Dunlope, secretary-treasurer. Membership is open to any
student who has had two years of mathematics. The club is under the guidance of Mr. Howard
Robinson. At each meeting a different topic is introduced. Among them are a number system
based on twelve, mathematical charades, the world calendar and its evolution, and talks by
outside speakers. The chief projects for this school term include sponsoring an assembly pro-
gram and providing mathematical displays for the school's trophy case.
tcphcn Brinsko, Shir-
y Mearluws, Lilliilll
illen, Doris Critscn.
lary Lou Zirillc.
ow .2 l.. to Rffhlar-
,rig M a l e y. Sandra
isher, Nancy Norris.
cated l.. to R. f jim
Punlope, Pete Price.
.ow 1 - l.. to R. - Mr.
lowartl Robinson. .AXI-
ul Ranson, Mickey LQ-
itc, Gretchen Lighthi-
fr, judi Grecnburg, Het'
' Kaplansky, LaVernc
logan, Margaret Brown,
lary Alice Gallagher.
ow Z - I.. to R. - Bill
fyckofi, Shirley Kelley,
lary Ann Nall-pa, Lin-
1 Crt-wson, Ren ec
ushmalm, Chuck Co-
ow 3 - L. to R. -
teve Fisher. Bill White,
ick Shernitt, David
each, David Capen.
clen Moncilovich, Ann
oncilovich, Linda Gal-
ghcr, Leo Dmnanico,
rnold Lipson, L e c
ow 4 - L. to R. i
rum Mazzaft-rro, Gerry
ronccski, Henry Mild-
'r, Gerry Smilovitz,
,rn Mcfi-raw. Roger
ocyn, Bill Siegel,
rank Parker. john Gil-
Cst. Pal Cohcii.
One of S.H.S.'s more recently founded organizations is the Garden Club. This
group's main functions are the study of horticulture and the beautification of the
school grounds. Meetings are held every Monday after school. Mrs. Josephine
Downer is the club's capable sponsor. The officers are Charles Brown, presidentg
Ronald Hanley, vice-president, David McNeil, secretary, Thomas Hannifin, treas-
urerg John Corso, librarian, and Robert Smith is in charge of the club equipment.
Miss Rachael Freedman,
the school librarian, is as-
sisted by the library staff,
which is composed of stu-
dents who are interested in
reading and the workings
of a library. Each member
of this organization must
be an upper classman, de-
pendable, respectful of both
teacher's and student's re-
quests and have an average
of at least a C. The staff
is in charge of various du-
ties in the library which in-
clude checking books, keep-
ing attendance, helping stu-
dents. replacing books on
the shelves, marking and
keeping books in order,
checking overdue books
and keeping discipline.
Row l A L. to R. -
Mrs. josepliinc Downer,
Dave McNeil, Hubert
Douglas, Charles lid-
Row Z - L. to K. f
Toni Hanifin, Ronald
Hanle, Curtis Harris,
Row l - L. to R. - Darla XYclsli, l"loi't-rice 'lluckcix jnrly Robinson, Hail
Ritcllcy, lirstnk llcglvr.
Row 2 - l.. to li. -- ,lolni firicsiiigur, Connie VYoorls, Margie llrooks, Har-
lm' ' ' -lson
f Y J
am Tm . .
Row 3 - L. to R. - Charles liall. :Xncly lcttrcss. liill Rizzo
The group of senior girls whose
job it is to conduct the students
to their seats before the assem-
blies are known as the assembly
ushers. While music plays, the
students, directed from various
places by the ushers, file into the
auditorium in an orderly manner.
As compensation for their efforts,
the girls receive the honor of
sitting in the front row. Chosen
and directed by Mrs. Frances Rin-
ner, the assembly ushers truly
do their share in helping to up-
hold S.H.S.'s fine tradition of its
student body's excellent entrance
into the auditorium.
Row l - L. to R. - Mrs. Frances Rinner, Donna Toth, Hastie, Marcella Maple, Lois Hofmann, Roberta Hill,
lfreda .-Xra'akis, Sally Smith, Beverly Phillips, Joyce gawk' Stratum'
J H - - 1 . . v Row 3 A L. to R. Wilma Baillie, Charlotte Goldfein,
Bakef- BCH? B llllams. Jean brandinettr, Jane 5615011 Kay Horton. Susan Johnson, Carol Graham. Judy Cart-
Ron' 2 -- L. to R. - Lynn Donkin, Linda Leicy, Janet ledge, Beverly Milosevich.
Row l - L. to R. A Nancy Baker, Florence Tucker, Joyce Baker, Margie Roach,
Carole MacPherson, Barbara Moore, Judy VVickham, Sharon Mabel.
Row Z - L. to R. W livelyn Dc-Long, Judy Smith, Lois Hofmann, Gail Ritchey,
Joan Evans. Carol tiraham, Judy Pastors. Charlotte Ball, Linda Barnes, Mrs.
Row 3 - L. to R. - Susan Johnson, Jane Haverfielcl, Beverly Milosevieh, Betty
Lou Cooper. Doreen Kalamarie, Audrey Allan, Darla XYelsh, Barbara VVelsh, Mary
The assistance that a fan re-
ceives while trying to locate
his seat at a football game is
one of the duties of our Sta-
dium Ushers. This organiza-
tion's main function is the reg-
uljtion of the seating proce-
dures ol the fans at the Big
Red football games. This year
the Big Red Seaters are under
the direction of Mrs. Barbara
Row 1 - L. to R. f
Bill F u l t on, Patty
Thornton, Freda Ara-
iakis, Lynn Coleman.
Betty Williams, Nancy
kmick, Donna Cocu-
nelli, Pete Price, Mrs.
Row Z 4 L. to R. -
Marvin Amstey, Rach-
ael Boyer, Judy Jackson,
Kay Kell, Diane Riser,
Row 1- L. to R. i
Donna Romano, Betty
Kaplansky, Judi Green-
Jurg, Kathryn Anvil,
Marlee Williams, Don-
1a Elliott, Jim Riley.
Carol Hopings, Florence
Dines, Ann Mclntosh,
3 retche n Lighthizer,
Mickey Levite, Phyllis
Freedman, Mrs. Frances
Row 3 - L. to R. N
Georgia Krnich. Donna
Hanna, joan Fleming,
Nancv Jack, Jerry Beck-
er. Howard Minor, John
founded for the purpose of furthering the knowledge of these students in what Latin can do
for them Each Friday during the second period the members study Roman government and
enjoy popular songs news, jokes, and stones from a Latin magazine called Auxiluim Latinum
tarium accompanied by Mrs Rlnner their advisor and Mr MCOU1HHlf There they observed
Latin exhibits and perhaps next year will enter a project of their own
Freda Arajakis secretary and Pete Price, treasurer
sists of Sophomore Latin students In their meetings which are held every other Tuesday the
club members learn about Roman customs games and holidays
vice-president Betty Kaplansky, secretary and Kathy Auvll treasurer
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The Future Nurses' Club, an affiliate of the Womans Auxiliary of the Jefferson Coun-
ty Medical Association, is composed of junior and senior girls interested in nursing as a
career. The aim of the club is to acquaint its members with the many fields of the nursing pro-
fession. This is accomplished through trips to local hospitals, visits by people in various fields
of the profession, and film presentations at the meetings. With Miss Mary Tarr as advisor,
the club is led by Kay Horton, presidentg Sandy Atkinson, vice-president, Margie Brooks,
secretary, and Tania Novington, treasurer.
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The Bible Study Club is one of the most worthy clubs in school. Its members gain
more knowledge and a better comprehension of the Bible, in turn, building stronger characters.
The members of the club are in charge of the Thanksgiving assembly. Their weekly meetings
are opened with a business meeting followed by a group study of a section of the Bible. Stu-
dents often prepare and present these studies. Lois Hofmann, serving as president, presides
over the club. She is assisted by Mary Martha McCullough, vice-presidentg Anne Swetlick, sec-
retaryg and Patricia Lattanzi, treasurer. Mr. Benjamin Entwistle is the sponsor.
Miss Mary Tarr, Holly
Garrette, Margie Brooks.
Linda Trimmer, Kay
Horton. Tania Noving-
ton, Sandra Atkinson.
Sharon Mapel, Marnie
ROWZ-L. to R.-
Ethel Calhoun, Pat Say-
lor, Hazel Frav, Mary
Vatrella, Carroll Strat-
ton, Roberta Kerr, Cyn-
thia Van Dyke, janet
Hastie, Barbar Mech-
Suzie Ochsenbein. Jack-
ie Page, Merle Murray.
Dolores Lilie, Beverly
Lucas, VVilma Baillie.
ludy Cartledge, Andrea
Mikula, Charlotte Gold-
fein, Lenora Collins.
Row 4 - L. to R.-
Shirley Kellv: Judy Lo-
retta, Ann Moncilovich,
Helen Moncilovich. Kay
Kell, Barbara Fillinone,
loyce Simmons, Helen
Visnic, Delores Blake,
Carol Barr, Connie
Pat Lattanzi, Anne Swet-
lick, Mary Martha Me-
Cullough, Lois Hofmann,
Row2-L. to R.-
Mr.- Benjamin Entwistle,
Elalne Hilliard. Donna
Dfyef, Lynn Coleman,
Sandy Miksch, Bill Al-
Ioan Fleming, Marjorie
Hervey, Tom Hervey,
Spanish Club Don uixote
Los Amigos was founded for the purpose of furthering separate officers. Leading the first period class is presi-
Spanish interest among the students of S.H.S. The club dent, Alan Eisnerg vice-president, Linda Gallagherg sec-
consists of the first and third period Spanish classes. This retary, Anita Gescheiderg treasurer, Lynda Barnesg chap-
group, advised by Mrs. Athena Panos, is composed of all lain, Susan .lohnsong and sergeants-at-arms, Don Goode
second-year students. "Saber is Poder" has been chosen and Ronald Anderson.
as the club motto for this year. Each club has elected
Row l - L. to R. - Mrs. Athena Panos. Anita Ciescheider, Susan jolinsun, Alan liisner, Lynda liarues, Linda
Gallagher, Ronnie Anderson. Row 2 f L. to R. -- llnrette Boylan, Aludy Cartledge. Lora Lee Herndon, lion-
na McCullough, Tania Novington. lilizaheth Ann xYllll2lIllS. Nancy Myers. ,lanet Glick. Row 3 -- l.. to R. 7
u Stern, Bill Alvey, limb Rliineliart, lion Ruliertsmi, fius Varas, lieverly Rlilosevicli, Sandro Vlanutolo.
Tom Hervey, Mary Alice Gallagher.
Row li- L. to R. - George Shorac, Andrea Mikula. Larry Sullivan, lfrume Little, Zane Kirk, Dehhie Munsee,
Don Beal. Row Z - L. to R. - Mrs. Athena Panos Priscilla Smith, -lanies Raylnir, ,leannx ite Stewart, Arlene
Maple, Juanita Kocsis, Mary Ann lylcliieely, Row 3 -- L. to R, --V lfred llelphia, Terry lionar, Alex lfleattie,
Fred Hahn, David Gould.
Spanish Club Spanish Conquerors
Presiding over the third period class are president, Zane Kirkg
vice-president, Debbie Munseeg secretary, Frume Littleg treasurer, An-
drea Mikulag chaplain, Larry Sullivang and sergeants-at-arms, Don
Beal and George Shorac. This year Los Amigos has participated in
quite a few successful activities including a Christmas party, Christmas
caroling through the halls, and a Pan-American banquet.
A Cappella Choir Makers of Music
The fame of the A Cappella Choir is spreading across the United States.
Under the able direction of Mr. E. W. Capen, the choir makes innumerable ap-
pearances including T.V. throughout the surrounding states. Last year the
choir toured Washington, D.C. on a good-will tour, singing on numerous oc-
casions. This year at the annual Christmas concert, the girls of the choir wore for
the first time their new deep pink colored gowns purchased for them by the Choir
Parent's Asscoiation. A Cappella is capably guided by Jerry Noltemeyer, presi-
dentg Holsie Matthews, vice-prcsidentg Joan Davis, secretary, and Roberta Hill,
funior Choir Pioneers in Music
The Freshmen Choir, founded for the purpose of preparing potential
singers for the A Cappella Choir, is under the capable direction of Mr. E. W.
Capen. This organization has an intensive training period, practicing each school
day throughout the year. The Freshman Choir is making a number of appearances
this year, including a Christmas concert. Climaxing the group's activities is the
annual formal dinner dance held at the Steubenville Country Club for members.
' Presiding over the young singers are Bob Porco, president, Bill Smith,
vice-presidentg Patricia Binger, secretary, and Glenn Campbell, treasurer.
Piano accompaniment is provided by Anita Gescheider.
The S.H.S. Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Max Coberly, is one of the school's
finest musical organizations. This year the orchestra has engaged in a number of money-mak-
ing projects, among which are a tag day and a bake sale. Musical performances are being given
at the Junior Play, Spring Concert, and Baccalaureate.
Presiding over this group are Georgia Galatoulas, president, Anne Swetlick, vice-pres-
ident, Patricia Latanzi, secretaryg and Elaine Hilliard, treasurer.
Row l, Seated I.. to R. -
Judy Harmon, Marlee
VV i ll ia in s, Anargiros
Aivaliotis, Judy Lackey,
Donna Evans, Pat Dor-
Row 2, SeatedL. to R. -
Elaine Hilliard, Anne
Swetlick, Don Johnston,
Paige Polcyn. Georgia
Standing - Mary Jane
Yakshevich, Donna My-
ers, Barbara Guinn.
Piano - Lois Hofmann,
Mr. Max Coberly.
Seated - Hob Glover,
Mike VVadas, Bob May-
ers, ,lim Lohman, Terry
geese, Fred Delphia,
Standing - Albert
Wlooclward, Fred Ruland,
Clifford Home, Martha
Bnrkbardt. Bob Porco.
Mr. Frank Musante.
The dance band, which has been organized for the benefit of students interested in a
musical career, is under the direction of Mr. Frank Musante. The band has made several pub-
lic appearances. These include playing for dances at both Grant and Harding School and pro-
viding music for various school functions such as the Steuben Assembly and the Senior As-
sembly. This year the dance band is made up of five saxophones, two alto, two tenor, and a
baritone, three trumpets, two trombones, and a rhythm section consisting of piano and an
Y TSSIIS - - - A girl grows up
The Y-Teens, one of the school's most active service organizations, has
a large membership consisting of girls from all classes. This year the club is ably
led by Joan Davis, president, Beverly McCullough, vice-president, Anne Swet-
lick, secretary, and Judy Martin, treasurer, working in cooperation with Mrs.
Troy Snyder, club advisor. Besides attending regular business and social meet-
ings, which are usually held in the Y.W.C.A. Youth Center, the girls are also
busy with many projects. Among these are selling pencils with the football and
basketball schedules on them, holding a Christmas party for the children of the
Sunshine Room at Roosevelt School, and aiding at the County Teacher's Con-
ference in the spring.
H1 Y - - - Boys will be men
The Steubenville Hi-Y, high school branch of the Y.M.C.A., is a part
of an international organization. The club is active in community, state, and
world affairs. Among the boys' money-raising projects this year are the selling
of colorful, plastic book covers and the sponsoring of the annual Hi-Y Gymnastic
Show. Part of the club's funds is donated to the World Service each year. The
boys also participate in the State Student in Government program annually. With
Mr. William Croskey as advisor, the club is led by president, Ronnie Morgan,
vice-president, Jim Dunlopeg secretary, Bob Reeves, treasurer, John Neiderhuberg
chaplain, Jim McGraw, and sergeant-of-arms, Richard Bodrog. Another active
member is John Gilcrest, who is district president.
The 1955 football season was certainly an up and down year. The team, which
was rated among the pre-season Ohio powers, started slowly. After dropping the first
few games, the Stubbers upset Dayton Fairview and tied Alliance, both of which were
heavily favored. The squad seemed to be clicking but bogged down again. A shutout vic-
tory against Martins Ferry showed a spark of hope but it wasn't until the final game of
the season that Coach Bill Abraham's charges came into their own. Facing a previously
unbeaten Weirton squad, the Crimson and Black played brilliantly both offensively and
defensively to crush the Red Riders 39-20.
Football 1955 ended in a blaze of glory and can be looked back upon as a
thrilling, as well as an exciting season.
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Standing - Left to Right: Chuck VVatt, Ralph Short, Abe Bryan.
Kneeling: Bill Abraham.
Bottom Row - Robert Crawford, Ronald Callender, Mark VVulker, Robert Yurjevic, Rich-
ard Yates, james Ross, Ralph Porter, Robert Beattie, Freddie Allen, David Gould, James
Lindsey, Arnold Jeter, John Neel.
Middle Row - George Hugus, james lfnsell, Thomas VVhatley, James Callas, Charles
Fulton, James Morgan. Lawrin Giannamore, Frank Bigler, VVilliam Fulton, Ted Giam-
marco, Donald 'Wilson, Andy Petress, Thomas Haverfield, Carl Bell.
Top Row - james Scurry, Thomas Carmichael, Robert Woodward, Melvin Giannamore.
Robert Smith, Howard Nease, Russell Payne, Lamar Stinson, Roger Murray, James
Cox, Jess VVoodward, james Tressler. Robert Walton, Wayne Farmer, Albert McLeod.
1955 Football Record
Steubenville I2 Columbus Central 14
Steubenville 6 East Liverpool 46
Steubenville 7 Dayton Fairview 6
Steubenville 34 Cleveland East Tech 0
Steubenville 7 Alliance 7
Steubenville 6 Canton McKinley 34
Catholic Central 25
Martins Ferry 0
Warren Harding 26
12 - Columbus Central -- l4
Columbus Central, cramming two last period
touchdowns into the space of three minutes, edged
a favored Big Red squad in its football debut. Jim
Ross and Jackie Morgan scored the Stubber's
touchdowns on one-yard plunges.
6 - East Liverpool - 46
East Liverpool, displaying a tremendous aerial
and ground game, crushed Big Red in a game
played in Liverpool's Patterson Field. The Pot-
ters ran up a gigantic total of 500 yards offensive-
ly. Jabo Callas scored the Stubber's lone touch-
down on a one yard plunge.
7 - Dayton Fairview - 6
Displaying a tremendous fighting spirit throughout
the game, Big Red scored an upset victory over a
highly rated Bulldog team. Morgan scored the
Stubbers touchdown in the first period and Chuck
Fulton's placement provided the margin of vic-
34 - Cleveland East Tech - 0
Big Red, displaying a potent attack and sturdy de-
fense, came into its own as the Stubbers crushed
Cleveland East. Morgan scored three touchdowns,
while Callas and Bigler each tallied once for the
Crimson and Black.
7 -- Alliance - 7
A brilliant goal-line stand in the closing minute
of the game enabled Big Red to tie a favored Al-
liance team. Jackie Morgan scored the Stubbers
tally after Andy Pettress had blocked an aviator
punt. Chuck Fulton converted.
6 - Canton McKinley - 34
Canton McKinley's Bulldogs, Ohio's No. l foot-
ball team, defeated an outclassed but fighting Big
Red squad at McKinley's Fawcett Stadium. The
Stubbers defense contained Canton's highly touted
offense to one of its lowest scores. Morgan tallied
the Crimson and Black's touchdown.
12 - Catholic Central - 25
Catholic Central, displaying a versitile offense,
won the city Grid Championship in defeating Big
Red by a surprisingly decisive margin. Porter and
Haverfield tallied tor the Big Red with the latter
going 41 yards for the score.
27 - Martins Ferry - 0
Big Red, showing a potent offense and an alert de-
fense, scored in every period to defeat its "peren-
nial jinx", Martins Ferry. Porter scored twice for
the Stubbers while Morgan and Yurjevic each tal-
lied once. Chuck Fulton converted three extra
7 - Warren Harding - 26
Traveling up to the Panther's home grounds, Big
Red was handed a decisive setback by a team that
had been beaten six times. The Stubbers touch-
down was scored by Jabo Callas. Chuck Fulton
kicked the extra point.
39 -- Weirton - 20
Big Red wound up its season with a tremendous
victory over previously unbeaten Weirton. The
Stubber offense, showing good ground and air
power, racked up its highest point total in four
years. Tom Haverfield scored two touchdowns,
one on a 73 yard run. Jackie Morgan, contributed
three tallies while Bill Fulton scored one.
Top Row l.c-ft to Right -- john SlL'lllL'I', james Roaeh, james Crawley, joe Pierce,
Allen l'restwoofl, l'ett' Yost.
Middle Row -- Left to Right - David jctcr, .-Xllicrt XYhitc. john Montgomery, George
lit-attic. Russ jinn-son, Lionel l,inrlst-y, Pete llarreu.
llottotn Row -- Luft to Rghl -'- Hill Xlcflcllaml, lid XYt-inmau, john ,'XllflCl'SKlll, George
Miluscvicli, Rufus Sinnnous. Rirharcl In-ll, Roht-rt lirown.
Managers Frank Xlastrianno, lin-rt Sfalzn. Toni lieu-
uctt. and Richard lk-latore take time out to pose.
The freshman football team under the able di-
rection of Chuck Watt, who is in his second year
as head mentor of the frosh squad, produced a
below average season. The squad was hampered
by lack of size and speed and also because they
were facing a superior caliber of teams than in
previous years. The record of two victories and
two defeats didn't indicate the teams potential.
The Little Stubbers won two very decisive victories
over E. Liverpool and lost to a powerful Weirton
eleven before losing to Catholic Central in the
final game of the season. The freshmen were led
by Albert White, a hard running and elusive half-
back. Other standouts were quarterback Jim
Roach and Rufus Simmons.
Head Coach Ang Vaccaro again
brought his team along smoothly during
the course of the 1955-56 season, winding
up the regularly scheduled games with a
fine record of 15 wins in 18 contests.
Headed by Captain Bobby Mclntyre,
the Stubbers displayed the net result of
good coaching and determination. Being
the target of every team in the valley, the
Big Red hoopsters had to play every game
as if it were the finals of the state cham-
pionship. Even in defeat the Big Red, al-
though disappointed, were gracious losers.
The total of 12 points meant the difference
between a perfect season and a 15 and 3
ln tournament play the Stubbers again
played outstanding ball, winning the sec-
tional at Wellsville before being eliminated
by Bellaire in an overtime at the Martins
Ferry Regional Tournament. The year
l955-56 will go down as one of the best
years in the annals of Steubenville High
Coach Ang Vaccaro
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Ralich, Andy Pcttrcss, Huh Rpisling, Runnin- Miller, lklanagerl. Ksst. Ci lkil Xln
lfirst Row -- Left to Right -- Saundro janntolo thluilagerl, Binh Ynrjevit li I Xl si
'loc Fields, Dave Murray, lfarl Pearce, Tom Bennett fhlanagerl.
Hot and heavy action, as de-
picted in photo at right, was the
rule rather than the exception
as the Steubenville Big Red post-
ed one of its best record seasons
in the long history of the school.
58 Catholic Central
54 East Liverpool
60 Martins Ferry
70 East Liverpool
49 Columbus South
56 Cuyahoga Falls
61 Catholic Central
71 Martins Ferry
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70 - East Liverpool - 68
Exerting its superiority in an overtime period, Big
Red shattered the Potter's 9-game winning streak.
East Liverpool was previously ranked 6th among
Ohio powers. Ralich, Yurjevic, and Scurry led
the Stubber attack with 24, 14, and I2 points re-
64 - Toronto - 46
Big Red racked up its 6th straight victory as it
defeated a determined, but completely outclassed
Toronto team. Andy Pettress sparked the Crimson
and Black attack with 22 points while Bill Ralich
followed with 15.
49 - Columbus South - 36
Big Red put on a furious 2nd period rally to de-
feat a rangy and smoothly operating team. Bob
Mclntyre and Bill Ralich led the Crimson and
Black attack with I4 and 12 points respectively.
56 - Weirton - 45
Big Red warded off a desperate 4th period Weir-
ton rally to coast to its llth victory of the sea-
son. The Stubber l-2 scoring punch of Bill Ralich
and Bobby Mclntyre again led the team with 22
and I7 points.
56 - Cuyahoga Falls - 42
With Captain Bobby Mglntyre leading the way.
Big Red recovered from a shaky start to defeat
Cuyahoga Falls and keep its string of victories
intact. Mclntyre put on one of his finest perform-
ances as he racked up 25 points.
61 - Central - 47
Big Red coasted to an easy win over Catholic
Central to take undisputed possession of the city
championship for the first time in 3 years and ex-
tended its winning streak to IO straight. Bill Ra-
lich led the Stubbers with 28 points.
65 - Alumni - 47
The high powered Crimson and Black proved
itself superior to previous Big Red hoopsters as
the Varsity scored an easy victory over the Alumni.
Bill Ralich scored 26 points while Dave Murray
dumped in 16 points to lead the Stubber point
77 -- Follansbee - 66
Big Red hit a new high point total for the season
as it notched its 12th straight victory by defeating
the Blue Wave in a fast, furious and at times,
rough, game. Ralich and Mclntyre scored 21 and
I9 points each.
7l - Martins Ferry - 77
Martins Ferry, hitting on a phenomenal 50 per
cent of its shots, shattered Big Red's I2 game
winning streak in the season's finale. Ralich led
with 22 points while Mclntyre and Murray aided
with 12 points each.
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l't-tersoii, XYillic Harris, Steve lloniiula, 'IH-fl 'l'ootlinian.
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The Big Red Reserves, under the guiding hand of Coach Abc Bryan, imitated their varsity coun-
terparts, by compiling an outstanding record ol' 15 wins and 3 losses.
The Reserves won their first 4 games and then split their next 6 encounters, 2 of the 3 losses
coming at the hands of a powerful East Liverpool team. The Reserves wound up the season riding the
crest of an 8 game winning streak. Coach Bryan must be attributed much credit for the fine and
thorough job he did in grooming the boys for their games. The squad, which was composed of all
sophomores, averaged only 4 more points per game than their opponents. Their lopsided record can
be attributed to their consistant playing of heads up ball and making the most of their opportunities.
Earl Pearce led the Reserve scorers with 221 points. The other boys who were particularly outstanding
were Bob Reisling with l5l points and Ken Becker with I43 points.
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The freshman basketball team, with Chuck Watt serving as coach, produced a formidable and im-
pressive record of 9 wins and 4 losses. After an opening setback to the Weirton "frosh", the Little Stub-
bers rebounded with 3 successive wins, before succumbing to East Liverpool. The yearlings again went
on the rampage to down Follansbee, East Liverpool, and Weirton Madonna. The freshmen wound up
their regular season in a blaze of glory, as they crushed Follansbee 70-29. The "frosh" displayed much
skill and shooting ability in their games as they consistently were able to run up a big score.
The outstanding players on the team were Lamar Stinson, Rufus Simmons, Russ Jimeson and
These players along with their fellow teammates will be looked upon to carry on the varsity
fortunes within the next few years.
Chuck Fulton Bob McIntyre Bill Fulton
Lawrin Giannamore Ralph Porter Leo Domanico
The Steubenville High School
baseball team has lived up to its
pre-season expectations by compil-
ing a 9 won and four lost record as
the Steuben goes to press. Head
Coaches Ang Vaccaro's charges
have developed fast with a team of
veterans and newcomers led by Cap-
tain Dave Murray, Bobby McIn-
tyre, Lawrin Ciannamore, Chuck
and Bill Fulton, Ted Domanico and
Ralph Porter. Running into a slump
the Stubbers were sidelined along
the tournament trail by a strong
Catholic Central team. Victories to
date have come over Mingo, Til-
tonsville, Brilliant, Martins Ferry,
Jefferson Union, Catholic Central,
in regular season play, Yorkville
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The Stubbers, who have long
been feared by district teams, were
defeated by the inclement weather
of April and May. The schedule
which Coach Ang Vaccaro had ar-
ranged called for a contest almost
every day of the campaign. but the
weatherman postponed or cancelled
more than half of the games. During
the lull caused by bad weather, the
team practiced in the gym with the
new pitching machine purchased for
just such an emergency. The ma-
chine sharpens up the batting eye
of the players while waiting for the
area's fields to dry out.
In addition to the varsity team
this year, a reserve team also com-
peted in the valley and at publica-
tion date had, like the senior team,
compiled a fine record.
Not too hard!
You're out! I am not!
"Grunts and Gr0ans" "The Team"
The Year Was Short
Wrestling at Big Red this year was disappointing. At the beginning of the season the boys
found themselves without a coach. Caesar Churchwell, a student teacher, volunteered to coach the
team while he was fulfilling his teaching requirements. When the first semester ended and Mr.
Churchwell left, the boys were forced to end their wrestling practice because of the lack of a coach.
In the four matches that Big Red participated in, only one victory was recorded while the team drop-
ped three encounters. Captain Leo Dominico, Ohio heavyweight champion Jim Ensell, John Neel
and George Hugus were the top performers for the Stubber grapplers. None of these boys lost in
the four matches.
Drop! Baby, Drop! Watch That Shoulder!
Chic Valley Izampions
As the Steuben goes to press, the Big Red golf team has assured itself of a highly success-
ful season. The team thus far has eleven victories and no defeats. With its last victory Big Red
clinched the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Championship. The linkmen, who are all freshmen
and sophomores, have breezed to easy victories over almost all competition. Abe Bryan, who has
been golf coach since the sport's inception four years ago, has done a marvelous job in producing
winning teams. Last year the Stubbers compiled a 15-2 record and were runner-up in the District
Tournament. If the remaining matches are anything like those played so far, 1956 will prove to
be the most successful golf season in the school's history.
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Steubenville High SChool's annual homeeoming was held on October 29, l95S, highlighting the Big Red-Cen-
This year, for the first time, the identity of the queen was not announced until the halftime ceremonies when
Miss Marjorie Lodge, the 1954 queen, opened a sealed envelope, and announced that Lynn Donkin would reign
over SHS for the N55-1956 school year. Serving on the court as her attendents were Joan Davis, Charlotte Gold-
ein, Marcella Maple, and jane Nelson.
The role of queen was not new to Lynn who reigned as sophomore and junior Steuben queen. ln her senior
year she was a varsity cheerleader and a member of forum.
Lynn's attendents have also been very aetive.
joan Davis has been a member of Y-Teens for 4 vears and served as president her senior year. She has
been an active member of forum and the A Cappella Choir.
Charlotte Goldfein has been in the band for 4 years, two as a niajorette and in her senior year she served
as drum majorette and vice president, "Sliush" was also an active member of forum, and the Steuben Staff.
Marcella Maple, blond attendent. has also been in the band for four years and has been a majorette for 3.
'Marcv" was a Steuben queen attendent her sophomore and junior years and vice president of the sophomore class.
Last, but not least, jane Nelson was Lynn's fourth attendeut. Janie was freshman Steuben Queen and has
marched in the Big Red band for 4 years. She too, has been a majorette for 3 years and was vice president of
homeroom 202 her senior year.
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Danny Lang and Pat Whipple
TWIRP CTHE WOMAN IS REQUESTED TO
PAYJ Week was held in the hallowed halls of
Steubenville High School from March 12 through
March 16. All the festivities and humerous inci-
dents of Twirp Week were brought to a climax
by a gala dance held in the high school gym on
March I6. Crowned King and Queen of Twirps
were Danny Lang and Pat Whipple.
Kangaroo Court once again highlighted the
week. Humorous sessions were held daily in one
of the large study halls. Summons were handed
out freely to both boys and girls who did not co-
operate with the rules established for the week's
Twirp Week is a project of Student Council
and is held each year to foster better spirit among
the school citizens of S.H.S. President of Council,
Dick Kropp served as presiding judge at the
noon sessions of Kangaroo Court.
A lazy man's load.
The firing squad!
Turn about's fair play
CORONA TI ON
Queen Joan and her court
Dancing enjoyed by all
King Chuck and his court
King Chuck and Queen Joan
Chuck Fulton and Joan Davis reigned as King
and Queen of Activities at the annual Coronation
Ball held in S.H.S. gymnasium, Saturday, April 14.
The court of Chuck and Joan consisted of Bill
Fulton, Charlotte Goldfein, Peter Price, Marcella
Maple, Tom Haverfield, Anita Gescheider, Leo
Domanico, Jean Grandinetti, James DeLong. Sal-
ly Smith, Ronald Morgan, Linda Liery, John Gil-
crest, Lois Hofmann, James Dunlope, Marian
Mellish, Zane Kirk, and Janet Hastie.
The King and Queen and their court were elec-
ted by a student body vote. Thursday, April l2,
ballots were handed out in the home rooms. The
votes were tabulated by a few selected members
of the Coronation Ball Committee and the advisor
of Y-Teens, Mrs. Troy Snyder and Mr. Bill Cros-
key, advisor of Hi-Y.
The gym was decorated with a multicolored
crepe-paper ceiling which helped to carry out the
theme, "Spring Feverf,
The seniors highlighted the Christmas season with Winter Fantasy, the annual senior prom.
which was held December 22, in the S.H.S. gym.
Bill Hales headed the prom committee with Charlotte Goldfein as decoration chairman. The
gym was transformed into a fantasyland of blue and white. In the center ofthe floor was a huge white
I5 foot Christmas tree. In three of the corners were depicted various winter scenes while in the other.
the orchestral of Jimmy Karlan, former S.H.S. student. provided the music for the dreamy couples.
The evening was concluded with the traditional afterglow, held at the Elks Hall. under the direction
of Mrs. Marshall McClain: a perfect ending for a perfect evening.
Too Tired to go on! Gateway to Heaven The Last Streamer
Winter Fantasy Hold Me Close! . P Through The Maze
SENIGR ASSEMBL Y
On April the 27. a full house climbed aboard the "S.H.S. Luxury Liner". which was presented by the
Senior Class in the Steubenville High School Auditorium.
Approximately 50 seniors displayed their talents in the annual variety show which was direc
Joseph Mickey and Mr. John Lemal. Miss Gertrude Ryan handled the tickets.
Some of the variations during the course of the evening's entertainment included comical
tomining, singing. and dancing.
ted by Mr.
The first act took place on the deck ofthe "S.H.S. Luxury Liner", and the second in Captain May's
Jim Raber acted as master of ceremonies and athletic director.
As the finale the entire cast sang "Our Ship's Arrived At Port" and concluded with the S.H.S. Alma
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"l wanta be evilll." Curtain Call Go, mlm go!
Defying The Law of Gravity Three Musketeers Oh Dahling!
Happy screaming everybody.
Oh, my aching back!
The annual Senior Play was
held March 20, in the high school
auditorium. "Dangerous Nan
McGrew" is the first mystery-
comedy to be produced as a sen-
ior play in many years.
The plot centers around an
old maid school teacher, Nan
McGrew, who unintentionally
stumbles on the hideout of a
gang of bankroobbers, solves two
murders and helps to clear an
innocent man from suspicion.
Starring in this year's produc-
tion under the direction of Miss
Eleanore Giles were Diana Bel-
las, Marian Mellish, Joan Davis
Georgia Galatoulas, Lois Hof-
mann, Pete Price, Arnold Lipson,
Alan Eisner, Bill Guinn and
"Life of the Party", a three-
act comedy, was presented by
the Junior Class in the S.H.S.
Auditorium, December 8th,
The audience enjoyed watch-
ing gay, charming people enact-
ing a lively story of modern
youth and family life. The
Hughes family moved to Butter-
field where they made new
friends and adjusted themselves
to new situations in a very lively
and hilarious manner.
Members of the cast included
Beverly McCullough, Beverly
Lucas, Pat Saylor, Judy Pastors,
Judy Ormsby, Janet Glick. Alice
Ann Herbert, Donna Cocumelli,
Renee Bushman, Dan Lang, Bill
Townsend, Bill Evans, Tom Ed-
dy, Jack Blum, Marvin Amstey
and Don Goode.
I UNI OR PLA Y
The Law Gives Up.
Right Will Prevail.
Kitts faras, who pttrti'ayt-rl tlit' part ul' 'Xlalt
llizzx' in tltt' Sletiltt-it .Xsst-iitlily.
S TE UBEN
Members of the l956 Steuben Staff
took the i300 students of S.H.S. on a
trip through Steubenland during thc an-
nual Steuben Assembly which was pre-
sented on November l5, in the high
A brief summary of the tour was given
by Tardy Bell, mythical sprite of Steuben-
land. The audience was then taken to the
office of "Mr. Steubenf himself, Malt
Dizzy, who personally proceeded to con-
duct them on a tour of the fabulous Steu-
benland. The various points of interest
were: Frontierland, where the students
were shown a typical annual staff during
Davy Croekett's time, Adventure Land,
where the students were given a resume
of a typical S.H.S. football game, com-
plete with cheerleaders, band and major-
ettesg Fantasyland, where the beauty of
Homecoming was depicted and the Four
Diamonds seranaded the queen with their
version of "Miss America", Todayland,
in which acts from the i956 Senior As-
sembly were presentedg and Tomorrow-
land, showing a glimpse into the spring
of l956, with the arrival of the '56 Steu-
Highlighting the trip were commercials
presented by the various inhabitants of
The tour was brought to a close with
the strains of the entire east singing,
"'l'here's No Steuben Like Our Steuben."
farnl Miller and l.intla llallziglit-r in :t pztmtly lztglit invntlwrs ot tltt' vliztitipioiislttp lttotlwztll
of Swan l,al4t- in "'l'orlaylanrl." tt-ant frown "Sli-ttlwitlztittlf'
"Hillbilly Haven" was the theme ofthe
Sadie Hawkins Dance held on December
2, in the gym. This affair is sponsored
by the Forum under the direction of Miss
Margaret Denison, the club's advisor.
Approximately 450 hillbillys attended
the dance and enjoyed the many special
features of the evening. Everyone took
part in the square dancing, bunny hop, and
Marryin' Sam was swamped by lucky
Daisy Mae's who caught their Lil Abners.
A novelty of the evening was a hill-
billy styleshow, when all those dressed in
the true costumes of their ancestors, pa-
raded past the judges, who were Miss
Humphrey, Miss Daugherty, Miss Bern-
ier, Miss Wheatcraft, and Mr. Croskey.
Carole MacPherson and Bill Robinson
were voted as best dressed. Prizes were
also awarded to Helen Visnic and Marv
Amstey. Several teachers also appeared
dressed in hillbilly style much to the de-
light of those in attendance.
The gym was gaily decorated with many
balloons and there were models of two
outhouses in two of the corners.
Music was provided by records pur-
chased for the dance.
All made for a very enjoyable evening.
' 'l'lici' on llhisx' 'Xlucl 'incl liill Kolb-
Lwrol Mai s . ,v . . .
son ll.il .Xlmerh who were voted best dressed
tln- Sallie Hawkins Dance.
r li rt flrt-'st-fl hohos chosen from fashion
Nlenihers of the faculty. Miss llangherty anrl fltln- es s, , ,
nu it li xx 'it Wulit' Hawkins Dance.
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Iron City Distributing Company
George Bush Hardware
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Cohen's Boulevard Motor
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Goldfein's Shoe Shop
W. T. Grant Company
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Joe's Sauage Shop
The W. L. McKean Company
Precision Tool and Die
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"For the finest in Service"
Fellows Feed Supply
Complete Farm Service Store
The Last Word in Fashion
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GEORGE M. GILMORE
151 N. Fifth Street
Sunset Sport Shop
Hunting and Fishing Equipment
Complete Supply of
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BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF '56
OMO R COMPANY
G. R. Kinney Shoe Store
Shoes for the Entire Family
424 Market St. Steubenville, Ohio
Steubenville - Marietta
Paint -- Wallpaper - Glass
11 S. 4th St. Phone AT 2-8711
Scott Lumber Co.
H86 Years of Know-how. Service
is our most important product"
to the Class
Tri-State Publishing Co.
and Steubenville Jeffersonian
157 N. Third St.
for the finest in
Carl Mansfield Studio
151 N. Fourth Street
"MASTER of PHOTOGRAPHY"
Phone AT 2-4588
2001 Sunset Boulevard
Best of Luck to the Class of "56"
The Fellows Motor Company
"Oldest Reliable Auto Dealer
in the Ohio Valley"
SALES and SERVICE
Steubenville's Most Reliable Store
516 North Street
Ph. AT 2-7382
OUR SINCERE WISHES
2130 Sunset Blvd.
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BERT and SAM'S
"There is No Substitute for Quality"
159 South Fourth St.
M 8z M HARDWARE
Quality Hardware Since 1914
Phone AT 2-6291
"The Store of over 10,000 Items
531 Market St. Steubenville, Ohio
TRI - STATE'S LEADING
The Toronto Paperboard Co.
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Insurance and Real Estate
619 Market Street
HUMPTY - DUMPTY
C0mPlimeHfS Of BARCLAY BROOKS
STEUBENVILLE HIGH S l'Qeffgef3TQf'5'QESet
RADIO T-V CLUB Compliments Of
Thelma Taylor Alan Eisner BRANAGAN gl PUNKE
Faculty Advisor President
179 North Fourth Street
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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1956
138-142 N. sm sr. '
of the to
JUVENILE SHOE SHOP
BEST OF LUCK TO THE
CLASS OF '56 5 fHome of America's Leading
From Tots to Teens
Cradle to College
The 117 North Fourth Street
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BRAN DT MOTOR 5 Herman Hoffman
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Class of "56"
Big Red Band Purenfs Club
SINCERE WISHES and CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE CLASS OF "56"
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"Fumiture From Famous Makers' 2 of
146 N. 4th Ph. AT 2-3681 A FRIEND
FI 0P STAR LAUNDRY AND
Cooper McCauslen DRY CLEANING C0-
501 Lawson Ave. Ph. AT 3-2041 S'gaae'23lli'43gfo
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BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF 1956
Gescheider, Stuart, Sz Co.
168 N. 4th St.
B E s T W I S H E S
Christopher Columbus Lodge
Order Sons of Italy in America
Telephone AT 3-1641
OHIO VALLEY DAIRY
Steubenville Clearing House Association
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 81 TRUST CO.
THE MINERS 8: MECHANICS SAVINGS 8: TRUST CO.
THE UNION SAVINGS BANK 8: TRUST CO.
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BURFORD - COLE
Phone AT 2-3644
644 Market Street
The VOTO Manufacturers
Mill and Mine Supplies
525 N. Webster Ave.
THE BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF "56"
Hodge Motor Inc.
Your LINCOLN-MERCURY Dealer
2218 Sunset Blvd.
GOOD LUCK FROM
ROBINSON MUSIC CO.
Dial AT 2-4581
141 North Fourth Street
BEST OF LUCK TO
CLASS OF "56"
"Portraits of Distinction"
162 North Fourth Street
B. 8z H. PAINT CO.
415 Washington St.
DEAN .QBARRY PAINTS
THE TARGET SHOP
"If It's Sports We Have It"
403 Washington Street
JON - TON
POP'S RADIATOR SHOP
Sales 8: Service
Day Phone AT 2-2201- Steuben, O.
Coal and Mining Company
"High Shaft Coal Since 1856"
"Meet The Gang" At
1443 West Market
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BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF '56
College of Steubenville
Steubenville Motor Co.
Phone AT 2-3689
250 North Fourth Street
Goode's Casual Shop
Exclusive Ladies and Misses
111 North Fifth Street
George W. McCauslen
Phone AT 2-5351
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The Guy Johnston Lumber
and Supply Company
STEUBENVILLE AT 2-5373
TORONTO LE 7-3232
"Flowers For Every Occasion"
1414 Sinclair Ave. AT 2-3614
MYER 8z STONE
330 Market Street
159-161 North 4th St.
HADLEY FURNITURE CO
125 S. 4th St.
Phone AT 2-9747
"Complete - Home Fumishingsn
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The BORDEN Ice Cream
Rear 2963 Sunset Blvd.
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DiCARLO PIZZA SHOPS
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506 N. Third St.
ED 8z BUS McCAUSLEN
173 N. 4th St.
Phone AT 2-4525
Phone AT 2-8181
176 S. 4th St.
Specialists in Recordings
150 North Fourth Street
114 South Fourth Street
D 8z R RADIO SUPPLY CO.
Ph. AT 3-3643 221 South 3rd St.
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Incorporated "Not for Profit"
The Union Cemetery
5 1720 Market St. Dial AT 3-3384
"Select . . . Before Need"
122 N. Fifth Street
Phone AT 2-8061
WEIRTON W. VA.
516 Exchange Realty Building
The CENTRAL SEWER
PIPE and SUPPLY CO.
Office - 642 Washington St.
Phone AT 2-5386
CPoll Parrot Shoesj
Shoes For the Entire Family
423 Market Street
C. W. CRIBBS, Inc.
152-158 South Fourth St.
Electrical Suplies, Lighting Fixtures,
Radios, Appliances, G. E. Television
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
117 N. Fifth St. Steubenville, O.
Telephone - AT 2-8241
Best of Luck
AND SUPPLY CO.
317-322 N. Seventh Street
PHONE AT 2-4508
" May the Future be Kind
to each of You"
SPAHN 'S DAIRY
H U M E S
Excavation and Grading Work
907 Franklin Ave.
W. G. SPIES CO.
"Steubenville's Oldest and
115 North Fourth Street
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Intemational Motor Tmcks
PARTS - SALES - SERVICE
647 Market St. Ph. AT 2-6281
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THE CLASS OF "56"
"Our 150th Year of Service
In this Community"
N 0SSET'S STUDIO
120 North 5th,
THE '56 GRADS
THE S. H. S.
227-229 N. Fifth St.
Phone AT 2-9794 -- AT 2-9795
C. M. Pugliese
LA BELLE CANDY CO.
716-718 Adams Street
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134 S. 4th St.
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Cleaning - Glazing - Repairing
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Phone 2-1240 Steubenville, O.
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Chrysler - Plymouth
America's Finest Automobiles
VANCE HEATING CO.
Fumaces Installed 8: Repaired
104 N. 3rd Street
Di CARLO'S BAKERY
235 N. 7th Street
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WALLPAPER and PAINT
"Always Friendly Service"
135 S. 4th Street Phone AT 2-9153
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"Thompson's School of Business" RADIO SERVICE
185 N. 4th st. Ph. AT 2-4441 Ty. Sales gc Service
310 Washmgton St.
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Kuntz Kosher Food Mart
625 S. Street
The Class of "56"
RULAND FORD CO.
Wellsburg, W. Va.
Safe. Sound Insurance
Protection Properly Applied
1007 National Exchange
Phone AT 2-9708
"THE STANDARD OIL
Fort Steuben Hotel Bldg.
1531 West Market St.
600 Lincoln Ave.
R. C. SHANTON
126 N. Fifth St.
Paramount Theatre Bldg.
To The Class of '56
W.W. BORDEN AGENCY
INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE
128 North Fifth Street
Phone 2-5 641 Steubenville, O.
BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF 1956
"IT PAYS TO BELONG"
The Steubenville Club
Weir Cove Dairy Co.
PACKET MILK PRODUCTS
MAY and LEOPOLD
"Quality Fumiture Since 1902"
124-26 North Fourth Street
GOOD LUCK TO
THE CLASS OF '56
J. C. PENNYS
114 N. 4th
Phone AT 3-3363
Ohio Novelty 8m Candy Co.
"Merchandise That Sells"
158 N. 3rd St. AT 2-8601
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Plumbing 8r Heating STEUBENVILLE
Heating HI ' Y
Compliments of Compliments
Pietro DiNovo 8: Son of
Dodge ' mymouth FEDERAL PAPER
218-238 N. 3rd St.
Steubenville, Ohio Steubenville, Ohio
MAYERS HARDWARE Y'S
230 N. 5th St.
Steubenville, Ohio Market AT 2-1641
TRANS - VIDEONICS
T. V. Sales and Service
Magnavox, Capehart, G.E., Motorola
And Other TV Makes
141 N. 3rd Street AT 3-2262
The Keagler Brick Co.
Phone AT 2-4536 Steubenville, O
BOSTONIAN SHOE SHOP
310 Market Street
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it stands, one nation,
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to the Flag by ioint Congressional Resolution, in June 1954.
Said President Eisenhower: "From this day forward, the millions
of our school children will daily proclaim in every city and town,
every village and rural school house, the dedication of our nation
and our people to the Almighty . . ." The Pledge of Allegiance
was originally written in l892 by the Rev. Francis Bellamy of
Rome, N.Y. He was then an editor of the magazine
"The Youth's Companion."
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