Steubenville High School - Crimsonite Yearbook (Steubenville, OH)

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n D , , , up ES, 5 V" A 5 V 12 'AS ,L H 5. 6- U 'al L' -v., f x u A , - '5 ha-. J' W -1- 4 ,-. I9 The Sleuben Published by the seniors of Steubenville High School Steubenville, Ohio 1 THE GRADUATING CLASS presents 'uf ,f - ,....,. ,WP M-,....- Alma Mater THE CRIMSON AND THE BLACK Although Yale has always favored, the violet's dark blue, And the gentle sons of Harvard to the crimson rose are true, We will own our colors splendor nor honor shall they lack, While the High School stands defender of the Crimson and the Black. Thro' the four long years of High School, midst the scenes we know so well, As the mystic charm to Knowledge we vainly seek to spell, Or we win athletic vict'ries on the football field or track, Still we work for dear old High School, and the Crimson and the Black. When the cares of life o'er take us, mingling fast our locks with gray, Should our dearest hopes betray us, false for- tune fall away, Still we banish care and sadness as we turn our memiries back, And recall those days of gladness 'neath the Crimson and the Black. P 1 My f,,,.:lr 4 A ',.j, ... .f 2 f ,. ,f ,. , ff , , , , ,f , ,.f ff ,if f ,f y ,V , M-, ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,., mg ,.s, ,MW ,,,.,,i f ..,a,,,M,,, i,,- f ....i,.,. ., -f., ,.-T,..--a H... i . 'X ., ', W V ' s. " tl, t fs ' WL, Vi' '-11. 'S '04, ic- H 'Qm""'it C" UQ 2. in-3. igkbla. Mala Sigh. mwiffsa 'N-Nix, 'ks-lm, "M-.QT "' if Xxx if N Nix ML' X N K A. -.-. -K..,s. -..:- H--- - -X:- Contents . FACULTY . . . I4 . SENIORS .. . 24 . UNDERCLASSMEN . 56 . CLUBS . . 82 . ATHLETICS . . . . 'I06 . SPECIAL FEATURES 130 . ADVERTISEMENTS 'I50 5 1 r W w 1 I This building, at the foot of Market Street, felt the wrath of the flood of 1884. Still standing, it withstood the high waters of January, 1959. 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N Just a memory is the electric streetcar which once scaled the hills of Steubenville STEUBENVILLE-Through TheYeu Passed arms are mlghty Bug Red. and events clo not have traverse y e a r s to become o n cl recollections. Already year 1958 - 1959 has, as hown on these pages, fost- its own memories. Browning grass, trees shedding leaves to fall beneath the feet of il boy and girl-autumn! 11 1- ness Era And teubenville Today Stretching its steely arms to- ward fleecy clouds, the 'state- ly Fort Steuben Bridge braces fo r a n assault by a drifting b a r g e during the January flood. S A hundred years have passed since the first student left S. H. S., lo u t today's seniors, like their predecessors, face Steubenville's future without fear! 1 4 ? 1 4 i E A 1 l I 3 I I E 1 9 f f i i A I 1 A Z 1 e 2 Q2 Q.. 1 , ,,fwf,,X,' .gmhv gk,-3 , 3. JP 1 x f W wg Eg f ia wg . - , Fw ,e V i 4 , A 9 1 ifiw H 3 ww W F J 3' I 'C M? 1 425 5,32 J, x. was , ffiffelif 1 - if I . ' .5,,f F 1 h. 1 , . 5 - A 1 ,zz , l 1 , FACULTY 8a MINISTRATION The members of the Steubenville Board of Education are public minded citizens who desire the best possible education for the young people ofthe community. Sitting from left to right are Mr. Herbert Leicy, presidentg Miss Mary Eberts, clerk-treasurer, and Mr. Fred W. Dougherty, vice-pres- ident. Standing from left to right are Mr. C. C. Roberson, superintendentg Dr. C. W. Lighthizer, Mr. Robert King, Mr. F. J. Mick, and Mr. LeRoy Schell, city solicitor. Mr. C. C. Roberson has headed the Steuben- ville school system since September 16, 1957. Before his arrival at Steubenville, he had pre- viously served for 29 years as teacher, principal, and superintendent in the schools of Lyons, Meta- mora, Continental, Ada and Maumee, Ohio. He also held the honored position of Chairman ofthe Division of Teacher Education at Ohio Northern University. Mr. Roberson received his B. S. degree from Oakland City College Clndianaj, and his M.A. degree from Ohio State University. He has taken post-graduate work at Ohio State University. Besides being active in various community drives, he is a member of the LaBelle Methodist Church, the Sigma Phi Delta Kappa, Kiwanis Club, and Y.M.C.A. 16 Miss Margaret Boyd has ably served as assist- ant superintendent for the past nine years. Miss Boyd, a former mathematics teacher at S.H.S., received her B.A. degree from Mount Union College, her M.A. degree from Ohio State University, and has had graduate work at Co- lumbia University, Penn State, Miami University, University of Cincinnati, and Kent State. Having been president of the Ohio Education Association, she is now one of the Ohio Directors of the National Education Association and inter- national president of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society. Her many community activities include the Civic Service League, Steubenville Womenis Club, American Association of University Women, Ohio Pan Hellenic, and League of Women Voters, Miss Boyd is a member of the Westminister Presby- terian Church. Mary Eberts-Clerk-Treasurer, Board of Education. Joyce Bake r-Clerk Stenographer. Mrs. Edith Kropp-Secretary to Superintendent. ! if i a Ladonna Weinman-Secretary to Principal. Emogene McClain-Attendance Officer. Marlene Mansfield-General Of- fice Secretary. Not pictured is Donna Cole-Secretary and Telephone Operator. Principal Dr. M. E. Gardner is now completing his first full year as principal of Steuben- ville High School, after assuming his du- ties in January of 1958. He came to S.H.S. from Massillon, Ohio, where he served as Dean of Boys and Director of Guid- ance for over seven years at Washington High School. Dr. Gardner, a graduate of Dundee High School in Dundee, Ohio, received his Bachelor's Degree from Kent State University and a Doctorate Degree in Education from the University of Pitts- burgh. He is a member ot LaBelle View Meth- odist Church where he teaches a teen- age Sunday School class, a member of the Kiwanis Club, YMCA, and Phi Del- ta Kappa. Nl. if. iQ,N.ltl!P'4lClt Steubenville High School Faculty HAROLD H. BACH Industrial Arts Oli i o University B.S., O li i o State University MA.. Massachusetts ln- stitute of Technology. A man's true wealth is the good he does in this world. i fra srsl i .fi liqz ,,,...,! . ,, lulzq, ,SA 'W-, A4221 xi,- fir A Q z??flf1l'f W 1.agfi ., -. p L l . , .l 1V.gg,.e.Ef.g .V,,k, , K l , P .,, , .,. "-' W' V- ' i'.i i - 'L i srcr i .Q ., . 'litfaiiirfa ,... 1 '..- 2 ., . . RO'Bl'lR',ll lfl. .IQEHNKIC Distributive Education B e th a ny College HS., College of Steubenville, O I1 io State University, Advisor of DECA Club. To a good man nothing that happens is truly evil. JOSEPH .-X. l3liLl., Industrial Arts K en t State University BS., University of Cal- ifornia. Los A n g e l e s, Kent State University. Joseph Bell is his name, Mayor of Brilliant is his 18 fame, . V. f ' jsp' Q . il'.gi' I L r il i"' r. .. , ,... . ,sa . . 1 . ,,, , ., .. ,.. .t . HZ at ' 112 EQ if K :Q 'Sr zitifff -li.", lj.-XRl5."XRA l'lll.l.S Physical Education O li i o State University BS., A d v i s or to the Cheerleaders. Sheis forever making wisecracks. rtsi 2 ,Q l mai Z, f ff rerr - , , iri ---' Q . t ,. i .. .1 :...:JQ:st I Q- :ff - Y .V sig f'-rgsji 2 2, ,e,?g:ai,i- Wir fv rwisixii S'1'liVl'CN CIT. HR I NSKO Vocational Commercial College of Steubenville BA., University of Pitts- burgh Mastler i11 lid. D ll q ll e sne University, Ohio State University, Advisor of FBLA Clnli. "We have crossed the bay: The ocean lies before us." A1512 BRYAN Physical Education Miami University. Col- lege of Steubenville, Uni- versity of Miami. Uni- v e r s ity of Pittsburgh, Master in Ed.. Universi- ty of Pittslunrgih. Coach of Golf Teain, Ass't. Football Coach. li. VV. CAPEN Vocal Music Howling Green S t a t e University HS., Univer- sity of Pittsburgh Mas-- ter in Ed., Northwestern University, Carnegie ln- stitnte of 'l'echnolog'y. Di1'eeto1' of A Cappellx and lireshmaii Choirs. "Have Choir, Will Travel." MARY ALMA COl.l',MAN English M o ll ll t Union College AB., University of Pitts- burgh, Duke University. Advisor ol -lr.-Sr. Y- Teens. Mrs. Personality Plus. DAN I lil, O. DA UCJH ERT Y Special Classes VVitte11berg' College HS. Service with a smile. llIil.liN R. BROWN Mathematics Denison University HS., Advisor of FTA. In our memories of the great, This swell teacher e'er will rate, lltlf1N E CANTW.liLL Home Economics Maryland College BS.. 'liC3.CllCl'yS College. Co- lumlmia University, West Virginia University. He can live without mon- ey or friendship or books, But the civilized man cannot live without cooks. T. VV. CASKEY Social Studies . . , . M 1 l l igan College Ali., University of VViseonsin M.A., Ohio State Uni- versity, Kent State Uni- v e r s i t y, University of Pittsl1111'gl1. Advisor of liey Club. Around the World in 180 days. XVILLIAM li. CROSKEY Social Studies K e nt State University HS., Kent State Uni- versity, Mexico City Col- lege. Advisor Hi-Y. Happy Wanderer lDORO'l'lrlY D. DAUGHERTY English Ithaca Conservatory of Music, Ohio Universliy BS., University of Pitts- burgh Minster i11 Ed. Director of junior Class l"l'1v C . 19 1 1 i l 3 Westie U it CLARA FENSKE Mathematics Seton Hill College B.A., Duke University, Ohio University. Knowledge is proud that she has learned so muchg Wisdom is humble that she knows no more. IYLIQANORE R. GILES Speech, English Miami University B.A., and MHA., P l y m o u t h Drama Festival, Miami University. Advisor of Senior Play. "All the world's a stage." LUIS RAFAEL FUIXIERO Spanish lrene Tolancl - Matanzas College B.A., A s b u r y VVilinore, University cnt Havana MA., Conserva- tory of Music, Cincin- nati, University of Cin- einnati. Aclvisor of Spanish Club. THOMAS LEE GRAF Physics, General Science University of Pittsburgh B.S., College of Steuben- ville, Case Institute of Technology. A d v i sor of Astronomy Club, Science Club. CIIARLIQS ll. IDICCKHR Industrial Arts University of Pittsburgh B.A., and Master in lid.. Geneva College, Carnegie lustiitute of Technology. Wherever there is a hu- man being, there is an opportunity for kindness. MARGARET COLLINS DENISON English Muskingum College B.A., Bread Loaf School of lintglisth MA., Ohio State University, University of California, VVest Virgin- ia University, Universi- ty of VViseonsin. .Advisor of Forum. XVILLIAM GEORGE ELLIS Social Studies Davis-Elkins C olle ge B.A., Ohio State Uni- versity M.A., University of Michigan, Ohio State University, Ohio Uni- versity. Advisor of Pepper Club. "Have Faith, Hope, and Charity, That's the way to live successfully. GUS Dlfll. ROSA Physical Education at Grant Jr. High University of Cincinnati BA. VVrestling and Freshman Football Coach. Seems shy, But, oh my! ICSTEN ,IOSEPI-IINIC THOMPSON DOVVNER English lVest Virginia Universia ty, Univensity of Mich- igan B.A., Northwestern University, O h io State University. Poise is her password. BENJAMIN SILAS ENTVVISTLE Business Education Iow a State Teachers' College BA., State Uni- versity of Iowa. Advisor of Bible Club. To teach Christ's Word he sought, But first he followed what he taught. ALBERT El..LlS H,-XYS Social Studies College of Steubenville B.S. Advisor of jr. Prom. "The door to success is labeled 'push'." RUDOLPH HUDEC Physical Education, Health University of Pittsburgh B.S., Master in Ed. Boyls Intramurals. "A little nonsense now and then will never harm the best of men." JOHN F. LEMAL Social Studies College of Steubenville BS., University of Pitts- burgh. Too marvelous for words. RAY HOYMAN Industrial Arts, Health Miami University B.S.. University of Pittsburgh. Assistant Football Coach. No matter how long or hard you try, you just can't find a nicer guy. FRED C. LAUSCH Mathematics O h i o University BA., Ohio State University, University of Pittsburgh, G en e v a College, VVil- mington College. "Try thinking-it may he a new experience." JOHN T. MALTESI91 English College of Steubenville BA.. 'l'ez1el1er's College, C ol u ni b ia University, .-Xdvisor of Steuben. Bea- eon. Student Council. Beloved by all. 21 EDITH MANOR. Commercial Bowling Green College of Commerce BA. She glows with gracious- ness. DONNA MICHAELS Biology XVestern College BA., University of Virginia MAX., Oihio University, University of Pittsburgh, University of Vl'iseonsin. Who dares to teach must never cease to learn. MARY RUTH MAY Mathematics O li i o State University B. S. in Ed., University of Pittsburgh Master in Ed., University of VVis- eonsin, Ohio University. "Speech is the gift of all, but thought is the gift of few." XYALT OVVEN S Physical Education Fairmont State BA. and MA. Freshman Football Coach. Life is made for living. JOSEPH B. ROBB Commercial Ohio University BS., University of Pittsburgh burgli Master in lid. Joseph Robb, he had a farm, Ei, Ei, O. .H ENRY Rl CH A R D SALT. Industrial Arts Ohio University HS. in Ed. and Master i11 lid. "Put your creed into your deeds." GlfR'lfRUDli lf. RYAN Social Studies Miami University BA., Oilliir University BS. in lid. Gladness and gaiety ga- lore. Nl.fXRGl.'liRl'l'lf S N Y D E R English, French, Latin Ohio lYesleyan Universi- ty ISA, in lid., Ohio State University. ,Ndvisor of ,l?1'CSll.-SODil. Y-Teens, and F r e n e li Club. Her smile is like sunshine, 22 FDVVARD J. PALES Orchestra O li i o State University HS.. Columbia Universi- ty MA., Teaelier's Col- lege, Columbia Universi- ty. Director of Orchestra. Music Man. .I OH N VIN CENT Plilttil Chemistry Marietta College, College of Steubenville HS., Ohio State University, C a s e lnstitute of Teeliii-oloey. Advisor Senior P r o ni, Signia-Signia-Sigma. Dreamer, scholar, philos- opher is heg To a noble life he holils the key. JOSEPH PAUL QUATTRONIQ Mathematics, Science College of Steubenville BA., Bowling Green State University. Advisor of Pepper Club. Great is the man who has wisdom, But greater is he who has friends. HAL PAUL Social Studies Denver University, Mi- ami University in lid. and Master in lid. Head Football Coach. Though other names have come and passed The name Hal Paul will always last. IILANCHIQ L. PRICE Commercial Oli i o State University li.5., University ot Pitts- burgh Master in lid. Advisor on Senior Play Ticket Coinni. "Life is a many spendor- ed thing." FRANCES CADDES RlNNlCR Latin O li i o University BA. Kent State University VVilliain and Mary Col- lege, Radcliffe College. Advisor oi Latin Clubs Auditorium Usliers. Rinner's Romans Ride Again. CLARA RENA STRINGER Home Economics, English Ohio University, Geneva College, Kent State Uni- versity HS. in Ed., Ohio University. Kent State University. MARY TARR Biology Kent State, Ohio State, Geneva College, Univer- sity of Pittsburgh HS. and Master in Ed., Uni- versity ot Pittsburgh. Advisor of Future Nurs- es Club. Only the truly great Are truly humble. JOHN A. TURKOPP Mathematics Ohio State University BA., MJX., Othio State University. "As a man thinketh, So he is." HAZEL NVILLIAMS SWEENEY Mathematics Ohio XVesleyan Universi- ty LSA., Geneva College. May we never envy those who are happy, But merely strive to imi- tate them. 'l'l1liLMA TAYLOR Social Studies Lyneliburg College, But- ler University BA., Uni- versity ot Virginia M..-N., University of Virginia. Advisor ot Radio-TV Club. A perfect lady, nobly planned, To teach, to comfort, and command. lZliRNlCli TWEED English O h io State University Kent State B.S. The higher the climb, The broader the view. 23 3 :NNGELO JOSEPH VACCARO Physical Education U 1' s i n us College FKA., University oi Pittsburgh, Master in lid. Basketball and llaseball Coach. "It's all in the game." CH A RL li S VVATT Mathematics College of Steubenville HS., University ot Pitts- burgh Master in Ed. Assistant Football Coach. Reserve B a s lc e t b a ll Coach. It's nice to be important And important to be nice. ANTHONY VIOLI Instrumental Music Ohio State University l5.S. in lid., Ohio Uni- versity, College ol Steu- benville. Director of li ig Red Rand. Y Mr. Bandstand, U. S. A. MILDRED KWH EAT CRAFT English O h io State University BA., Bread Loaf School of English M.A., Ohio State University, U n i- v e r s it y of California, VVest Virginia Universi- ty, Middlebury College. Advisor of Junior Red Cross. H0 UW YEAR Four Years ln'The Halls Offlvy Dear Steubenville High School, We, the 100th graduating class of Steubenville High School, would like to share with you some of the warmest memories of our wonderful four years at S.H.S. As freshmen, we looked up to the seniors, dreaming of the day when we would take their place. We remember the excitement of electing our first class officers: Bob Porco, president, Russ Jimeson, vice- presidentg Jane Kinney, secretary, Helen Mellish, treasurer. Our class was the largest of all that year, with an enrollment of 379. We selected as our class motto "In Ourselves Our Future Lies.', Serving as our Steuben Queen was Mary Jane Arthurs and her attendants were Nancy Finfrock and Judy Poff. Our freshmen teams made us so proud by winning some very decisive victories over powerful teams. We knew that these players would be looked upon to carry the varsity fortunes within the next few years. We felt more at home when we entered as the sophomore class in the fall of 1956. Our class of- ficers that year were Glenn Campbell, president, Judy Poff, vice-president, Bill Smittle, secretaryg and Gretchen Letzelter, treasurer. Serving again as our Steuben Queen was Mary Jane Arthurs with Nancy Finfrock and Pearl Reynolds on her court. Our class was well represented by the reserve teams, who showed tremendous speed and slipped past many opponents by close scores during the basketball season. Before we knew it, we were starting our third year at S.H.S. Our Junior Class Officers were presi- dent, George Milosevichg vice-president, Virginia Reynolds, secretary, Lynne Hopkins, and treasurer, Dean Altizer. Our first big class project was our Junior Play, which was a great success. We discovered some wonderful acting talent in our class. Chosen as our Steuben Queen for the third year was Mary Jane Arthurs, and attending her were Patty Stephenson and Donna Clancy. In remembering sports, The Stubbers compiled the best season record in football since 1953, by playing, what was considered by some, the toughest schedule in the state. Do you remember our heavenly Junior Prom 'Southern Splen- dorw? We were so proud of the wonderful job done by Chairman Pat Werkin assisted by Ed Weinman, decorating chairman. As we returned for our final year, a. little smaller in number, a lot wiser, we looked forward to all the traditional events which would be a part of our senior year. We felt so proud to be the 100th gradu- ating class of our wonderful school. Chosen to lead bell. He was assisted by Dick Dever, Donna Clancy, wonderful time we had at our own Senior Prom, Anna Jacot. Reigning as Homecoming Queen was Nancy Finfrock, Mary Jane Arthurs, Pearl Reynolds, an outstanding job and really deserved a lot of credit. only one senior, represented us well. Steuben Queen our class through our last year was Glenn Camp- and Dave Wells. Many of us will never forget the f'Fantasy In Frost." Chairmen were Paul Brandt and Miss Donna Clancy. Serving on her court were and Donna Humes. Our varsity football team did Our varsity basketball team, although composed of was Patty Stephenson, attended by Nancy Woods and Judy Poff. After the Senior Play, Senior Assembly, and Senior Banquet, the day of days had arrived: our graduation. What happens to many of us after graduation has been determined by our four years at S.H.S. As we look back on our wonderful years, a little sad to leave perhaps, but looking forward to the future, we will to the succeeding classes the high ideals and The Class happy times that we have shared. Good luck, Steubenville High School. SENIOR CLASS OF 1959 Of 1959 26 Susan Jurvic, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jurvic, has succeeded in maintaining a straight scholastic average, thus establishing her as one of the two Valedictorians of the l959 gradu- ating class of Steubenville High School. Susan has been an active member of S.I-l.S. during her four years in high school. Among the activities which she has participated in are Future Nurses, A Cap- pella Choir, Assembly Usher, and Senior Co-edi- tor of the Steuben Staff. Virginia Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Reynolds, has also attained the highest scholastic average possible, a straight HA" aver- age, thus giving her the honor of being the other Valedictorian of the 1959 graduating class of Steubenville High School. Virginia, in addition to maintaining a 4 point average, has participated in many extra-curricular activities during her four years at S.H.S., including service as Faculty Co- editor cl' the Steuben Staff, a member of the Bea- con Staff, Y-Teens, Radio-TV Club and Presi- dent of the Future Teachers Club. Anita Marie White, daughter of Mr. George Barbara Ann Elias, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elias, has maintained a 3.965 average, thus enabling her to become Co-salutatorian of thc class of 1959. Barbara has been active in various clubs, some of which include Future Teachers of America, Forum, Club Co-editor of the Steuben Staff, and Latin Club, during her four years of high school. White and Mrs. Harold Dodson, has also suc- ceeded in maintaining a 3.965 average thus award- ing her the honor of Co-salutatorian. Anita too has been a member of various organizations in- cluding Forum, Future Teachers of America, pres- ident of the second-year Spanish Club, and Club Co-editor of the Steuben Staff. The Class of 'l959 President GLENN ROB ERT CAMPBELL Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Hi-Y l, 7 3 4 Treas. 2, 3, Pres. 4, Steuben Cir- culation Manager, H.R. Treas. 1, Pres. 3 4 Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. Soph. Class Our class president is this lad, the best that ever could be had." Vice President RICHARD DEE DEVER 6iDeek!3 Key Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4. Pres. 4, Steuben Staff, Jr. Play Comm., Track 2, 3, 4, Pres. H.R. l, 4, Span- ish Club 3 "Living the life I l0ve.,' Seeretmry DONNA JEAN CLANCY "Clance" Reserve Cheerleader 2, Varsi- ty 3, 4, Jr. Steuben Oueen At- tendant, Student Council l, Future Nurses 4, H.R. Sec. 3, Nom. Comm. Class Officers 3, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4, Steuben Staff, Homecoming Queen 'This is our Queen of Queens so fair." Treasurer DAVID LEE WELLS SGDave39 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Forum, Sr. Prom Comm., Buckeye Boy,s State, Steuben Staff, Jr. Play Comm. "Much to do but little to sayf' 28 nfxni' JAN13 .-XRTHURS J." Forum: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4: Stacliuin Usher 43 Pepper Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross lg Spanish Club l, Z: jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Steuben Queen l. 2. 35 Office Girl 3, 43 lntramurals l, Z, 3. 4 "A very pretty girl is she, With a charming per- sonalityf' LILLNIAN BARNES "Lill" lland 1, 2, 3: Pepper Climb lg Spanish Club 3, 4: Program Seller: Beacon Staff 3 "Just naturally a nice girl." Cll'1R.'Xl,lD jOSl11Pll l3gXRlLl,:X "Jerry" llaseball Z. 3. -11 Spanish Club Z. 3. Treas. Z: Stu-- cleut Council l: HR. Y. Pres.: Hi-Y l, Z, 3, Y: lr. Prom Comm.: Steue ben Staff: jr. P15131 Sr. Prom Comm. "Never a dull moment when he's around." H ICXRY .XLlQX.'XNDl'i R ll .-X R R li N "Pete" lwuotbrlll l, 2, 3. 4: Unse- ball l, Z, 3. -l, Captain -li Basketball lg Key Club 3. 43 Vlr. Prom Comm. "A mighty athlete-hei" MICHA lil. HlCRl3lCR'l' G IQORGI.-XNNA ACHHAM Bl I2 R "Herb" llanfl l, Z, 3 4 "Easy come, easy go." FRIQIJRICK IJICJXN ,Xl.fl'lZIflR "Dean" Key Club 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3. -1: Hi-Y .l, -lg jr. Play Cast: lr. Prom Comm., A Cappel- la Choir l, 2. 3, 4: For- um, Pres.Z Sec. H.R. 2. 3 "Handsome, intelligent, and without faultg In climbing the ladder of success he'll never halt." ATVALIOTIS Jr. Play Cast: Radio- TY Club l. 2, 3, 4, See. 4: Orchestra l, Z, 3, 4, Y. Pres. 3, Concert Mis' tress 3, -lg Forum: Span'- ish Club 3, 4: Steuben Staffg Pepper Club 2, Y-Teens Z "Always ready her part to fill, And she does it with a will." CH.-XRLOTT li RUTH AMIDOX "Char" FBLA -li Spanish Club 31 Y-Teens li Stadium Usher Z "Happy am I, from care I am freeg Why can't they all be contented like me?" G LO RIA JICJXN llARRli'l'T HGordy!Y HR. Pres. 4 "She has time for a hello though her mind is in a whirl." H A RRY L IQVVI S l2li1HRlNGl2R Hwindyv Spanish Club l, Z3 DEC-X Club "School breaks up my Whole day." l.4XN.X Vhllflf BICRGSMAN Steuben Staff: Heaenu Staff 43 Spanish Club .li Assembly Usher 4: Pep- per Club Z, 3, 4: Library Staff 45 jr. Play Corning Radio Club l, 33 Forum "Sincereity is the key to friendship." VVHITNEY CRIDFR UONIFANT "Prez" Band l, Z, 3, 4: Hi-Y Z, 3, 4 "It's worth the price just to be nicef' Chicago School Fire hells if ,I li R R Y IJ EA N li HA l, 6113621179 "A friend of man is he." GIQURGIQ UIQNOS "Little Greek" Spzxuislx Club f'Some of the best boys make the least noise." MYRON ,IQXY BO ll M ER HR. Pres. Z. 3 "Friendly to all, Unfriendly to none." REBECCA ANN BORDEN "Beckie" Reserve Cheerleader 2, Varsity 3, 43 jr. Prem Comm.: Pepper Club l, Z, 3, 43 Y-Teens l, 2. 3. 41 Beacon Staff 41 Fur- umg Assembly Usher 45 jr. Play Comm.: Steuben Stuff: Class Nom.Co1um. 1: Pres. H.R. lg FTA lg Ring Comm. 2 "Cute and full of fun, She is popular with everyone." FR E DLX M A R Y BRYAN Transfer Student Pepper Club 3, 43 Pro- grzuu Seller 4 "Love is something so divine." DONNA KAY CARMICHAEL "Red,' Transfer Student FISLA3 Pepper Club 43 Y-Teens l, 2 "Natural grace and a warm smile." S , 5 s Eiil 55' .IOHN ROISLRT CANIFF Hi-Y 33 Rracllio-TV Club 4 "The cinders fly as John goes by." LINDA .XNN CARN,'Xl'l,XN Pepper Club 2, 5, 43 17l'L'Slllll2I.l1 C ln o i YQ H.R. Sec. l, Trcas. 33 Ir. Play Comm.: Stadium Usher 43 lfuturc Nurses 43 Off li-ce Girl 43 Forum Nitty, bitty, pretty one!" DO ROT H Y LOUISE BRADLEY 4'Dottie" FBLA "You're a humdingerf' C L ll"FORD GRO V Iili BRlGHT "Cliff" S t u cl 0 ut Council 3 FBLA "Let nothing disturb you." PAUL AMOS BRANDT "Amos" A Cappella Choir l, Z, 3 43 Key Clurb Z, 3, 43 For' um, Treas.3 S t C u b C u Staff, Business M a 1151- gar: Science Club 4, V. Prcs.3 P r o ui Co-cl1air- mau 4'3 Jr. Play Cast3 Senior Play Cast "Ambition leads to success." M."XDIiLlNlQ ,IO ANN BROVVN llible Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Orchestra Z, 3, 4, Sec.- Treas. 33 Steuben Staff: Intramurals 3, 43 Y- Tecus l, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross l, 2. 3, 43 Pro- gram Seller 2. 3: Basket- ball Uslicr 2: Choir l, 2 "Could anyone be sweeter ?" 1 HELEN IRENE CARPENTER "Hic" Baud 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Dance Baud Z, 3: lr'- Teeus lg Forum, Ron. Sec.: Future Nurses WI: Steuben Staffg Solen-Ju Club 43 Sr. Prom Comm.: H.R.Sec.l3Studu:1t Council Alt, 1. 5. 4 "She passes by like a pleasant thought." CAROL RA E CHAPMAN "Rae" Steuben Staffg Y-Teens: Freshman C b o i r: jr. Play C om rn.: Stadium Usher 43 Pepper Club Z "Loved by all who know her." LINDA ANN CHRISTIAN "Lin" Rt-il Cross: Y-Teens "Her smile forms friend- ship." ROSIQBIARY CHCLICI-X Y-Teens lg Forum: fr. Play Comm.: FI-ELA "Silence is golden, and Rosemary glows." 32 KEN N ETH FLOYD CASTN ER "Ken" "A friend of many and foe of none." ALICE LOUISE CHAPPELL MAIN Transfer Student DECA Club "B0ys! A Blonde!!" ROSALIE CHULICK Y-Teens lg DEC.-X Club "Just naturally nice." RICHARD COLLINS "Rich" lf In 0 t ball Z: Freshman Choir l: IJECA Club "If it's fun-I want it!" "Always sunny side up. YW . 2 if 'mf 113' , n F 'L A . . .i N, 'l , . I Qjvmfs .I get sm fmt ,lil rn, 4 E :A 'J 'zz-42 413 er s...'b fl." 35 J" M " EAS. CLARA JEAN CROSS "Jeanie" SANDRA LEE DALESIO nsandyn H.R. Pres. Z: DECA Club "An unconventional man- ner all her own." 91 FLOYD XVILT CLJNNINGHAM "Here today, gone to- :"orr0W." DOMINICK JOSEPH DHLESSANDRO Foortlbiall 25 A Caplpclla Choir 1, Z, 33 Jr. Play: DECA Clubg Senior Play Cast "Why worry? Be full of fun, The world will go on when we are done." 0 fxplf' ,,,. ARMAND JOE CONSTANTINE "I never think of the fu- ture, It comes soon enough." RONALD JAMES COX "Little Man" Baseball l, 2, 33 French Club, l, Z: Hi-Y: H.R. Pres. lg Freshmaii Cliuir "Music hath charm." liiilffl wifi EELS PATRICK COWSER "Pat" DECA Club "Sober but not serious, Quiet but not idle." REID CRAIG .-X Cappella Choir 1, 2, .lg Forum: Beacon Staff 4 "Worries none, full of fun." RONALD LEE DE MARK "Butch" French Club 33 Senior Play Cast "I haven't anything to say." ROBERT KEITH DEVV EY "Keith', Student Council I Q Span- ish Club 3 "I have brains, but I'm saving them for later." ROCHELLE DORFMAN "Shelly" Steuben Staff, U n de r- classmen Co-editorg Bea- con Staff 4, Forum, Fu- ture Nurses 3, 43 FTA 1, Z5 Spanish Club 23 A Cappella Choir I, Z: jr. Play Comm., L i b r a ry Staff 33 Science Club 4 "This girl gets around." DONNA JEAN DREYER A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens Z, 3, 45 Steu- ben Straffg Beacon Staff 43 Pepper Club 3, 45 Bi- ble Club I, 23 Forum: Jr. Red Cross Z5 Future Nurses 3, 4 "She's a thoughtful girl and nice to know, That's why we all like her so." -. DEANNA MARIE DE SANTIS "Dee Dee" H.R. Treias. Z5 Pepper Club Z, 3, 4: Siudent Council 3, 4: jr. Prom Comm.: Stadium Usher 43 jr. Red Cross 3 "A true friend, ever ready to help." NORINA THERESA DOMANICO "Naughty" Steuben Staff: Forumg FBLA, Pres. 4g Pepper Club 43 Office Girl I. S1 Student Council Ig jr. Red Cross Z3 H.R. V. Pres. 33 Y-Teens I: Ra- dio-TV Club I "Cute, perky and full of funf' ROBERT DAVID DORSEY "Bob" Band 1, Z, 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 4, Srgt. at Arms 41 Span- ish Club I, 23 Intramur- als 2, 3, 4 "Born to be happy." SALLY RAHE EDGAR Reserve C-heerleacler l, Varsity 45 H.R. Treas. lg jr. Red Cross I: For- um: Steuben Stlaifg Bea- con Stafrf 4: Y-Teens 42 jr. Prom Comm. "At every game she does appear, To cheer our players far and near." NANCY RUTH FINFROCK "Finnie', Prcvicw Queen 4: Steu- bcn Attend. l, Z: Band l, 2. 3, 4, Majorcttc J, 3, 4. Y. Pres. 41 H.R. Pres. 3, V. Pros. 21 Hea- con Staff 4: Steuben Stuff: Orchestra S: Jr. RL-Cl Cross l, Z: Horne' coming Attendant "Her personality is as sweet as her smile." LAUREL ANN FITZSIMMONS "Lorry" Latin Club 3. Sec.: Ru- clio-TV Club l. Z, 3, -l, Historian 4: FBLA 4: Student Council Z: Y- Teens l: l,ibrary Staff 4: Assembly Usher 4 "A face so fair and a smile so rare." JUDITH EILHEN FISHER Steubzn Staff: jr. Play Comm.: Forum: Y-Teens l, Z. 3: Pepper Club 2: H.R. Trcas. 3: Student Club 2 "Five-foot two, eyes of blue!" SANDRA LICE FRANKE "Sandy" liland 2, 3, 4, Majorclte 4: Forum: Beacon Staff 4: Orchestra 3: Ir. Rt-rl Cross l, 2: Y-Turns l: Pepper Club 4 "You may not be an angel." CALVI N ALLAN M AR LENE ELDER EDVVARDS "Quiet in her way." Transfer Student 'Wish we'd known him sooner." IIARLZARA ANN ELIAS Steuben Staff, Club co- eclitor: Latin Club Z, 3, 4: FTA Z, 3, 4, Historian 4: Pepper Club 2, fl: Y-Teens 2, 3: Forum: jr. Play Comm.: Assem- bly Usher 4: Sr. Nom, Comm. "Here's one girl we can respect, One with wondrous in- tellectf, PRISCILLA L. F I NDLAY UPat7Y Raclio-TV Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4: FTA l, 2, 3, 4. Sec. 3: Sr. Lat- in Club 3, 4: Forum: jr. Play: Steuben S t a f f: Beacon Staff 4: Popper Club 3, 4: Projectionist Cluib 3: Assembly Usb- er 43 Prom Comm.: Stu- clcnt Council Alt. 3, 4 "Rather talkativeis this lass, But certainly a credit to our class." E-:weilr..is Cruises blrieleer Norris Pole HOWARD LEE FULLVVOOD "Good nature, good sense, with plenty 2.0 spare." MARY IQLIZ.-XUIQTH G.XRAF.'l.LO Steuben Staffg Forum: Latin Club 3, 4, Treas. 3: Future Nurses 3. -lg Y-T e e ns l, 23 Noni. Comm. Class Officers ll Pepper Club l, Z, 4: Beu- eon Staff 4: .-Xsseinbly Usher 4 "She has hair of brown hue and a heart that's Warm and true." C.-X'l'HliRlNli ANN Glf1LD ER "Cathy', H.R. Treas. l, Z. 3, 43 'f- Teens 1: Pepper Club 3. -1: Steuben Staff: Jr. Play Comm.: l'ornm: ln- tramurals "From shining hair and dancing feet, She spends her time just being sweet." ROIEIQRT ROGER COPD' "Finn" Spanish Club 3: Intru- murals 4 "Free and easy mind." 36 HELEN ELIZABETH FULTON Steuben Staff: Radio-TV Club lg Y-Teens 2: Pep- per Club Z3 Ir. Play Comm.g Intramurals 33 Spanisih Club 3 "To know her is to love her." RONALD JOHN GASTON HR., .X Cappella Choir l, Z, 3, 4. V. Pres. 4: H.R. Pres. 2. 4, V. Pres. 35 jr. Play Comm.: FTA Z. 3, Treas. 33 Hi-Y 4: Key Club 3, 43 Spanish Club l, 25 Steuben Staff, Sports Co-editorg Forum "Here is a lad who ex- cels in all, Be the task great or small." JAM ES C. GILES uF0ggyU French Club: Projection- ist Club 3, 4 "What better men are made ?" NANCY lSAllliLL CORHY "A maiden never boldg Of spirit so quiet that her motions blush at herself." F ' isfi 1' , fi- , Sf- CH -get y , , gran: ' 1-,lg Ill, A 'fMgl1,". 5' f",. . t7a5l5'sal5ll4RLl 45xnffSliTfl:ll tlmln f:f'1t'5i if if tl 'WC' MAYRIE MARTHA HERVEY "Mary" A Cappella l, Z, 3, 4: Y-Teens Z, 3: French Club 2, 3: Popper Club Z: FTA 3. 4: Forum: jr. Play Comm.: Bible Club l, Z: H.R. V.-Pres. 3 "This young lass will carry fame As an artist she'1l win a name." CAROL LYNNE HOPKINS "Lynne', jr. Class Sec.: Steuben Staff: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 4, Sec. Z3 FTA 25 Pepper Club l, Z. 3: Freshman Choir: Ir. P r o m Comm.: Forum Q Y-Teens l, 3, 4: "I love to play, I love to dance, but Most of all I love ro- mance." ELIZABETH HICKS "A pretty girl is like a melody." RICHARD LEE HORTON "Dick" Student Counlcil l, Z: Forum, Latin Club 3: H,R. Pres, 3, V.-Pres. l, Treas. 2 "It takes a wise man to discover happiness." 37 CAROLYN KAY HAGGERTY "Kay" Future Nurses 3, 4, Pres. 4: Student Council 3. 4: Sr. Prom Comm.: Stew ben Staff: Pepper Club 3: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 2, 3, 4: Ir. Refi Cross Z: Forum "Not too short, not too tan, But fair and sweet and loved by all." BETTY ANN HANVKINS Steuben Staff: A Cap- pella l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Pepper Club Z. 3: Future Nurses 3, 4: H.R. See. Z, 3, 4: Officc Girl 4: Assembly Usher -lg Forum "A good example of sweetness, She's noted for her neatnessf' G VVILLIAM. CORNELIUS HANIFTN "FII get by." ,lCDlTH IJXNF HENRY ujudyv Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4: A Cappella Choir Z, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Y- Teens Z: Pepper Club 2, 3, 4: Forum: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: "Never too busy to join in the fung Always on hand when there's work to be done." ELAINE ELIZABETH HUHN Transfer Student Steuben Staff, Co-editor: Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 45 FTA 43 For- umg Assembly Usher "She's a pretty, intellec- tual girl, As valuable and priceless as a costly pearl." ANNA MARIE JACOT "Anna Banana" Transfer Student Sr. Prlom, co-chairman: Steuben Staffg Stacliuni Usher 45 Jr. Prom Coninrg Pepper Club 5. 43 Y-Teens 3, 4: For- umg Office Girl 4 "She is pretty to walk with And witty to talk with." RUSSELL JIMESON "Russ" Golf I, 2. 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 35 Student Council 3, 4: Beacon Staff 43 Jr. Prom Comm. 3g I-IR. Pres. 1 "Pleasure was made 'fore' him." JOHN DAVID JOHNS "Dave" VVrcstling 3. 4: Spanish Clwb 3 "Not that I like study less But I like fun more." DONNA KAY HUMEIS "Snooks" Steuben S t a f fg Beacon Staff 4: Pepper Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens Z: Student Council Alt. 1,25 Library Staff 4, Stadium Usher 4g Intramurals 2: Sr. Prom Coming "Short, cute, a twinkle in her eye, She never lets a man go bylv THOMAS DAVID JETER Football l, Z, 3, 41 Track Z, 3, 4 "Slowly but surelyf' BRUCE LEE JOHNS Beacon Staff 52 Steu- ben Stafi: H.R. Trcas. lg Baseball l, Z: VVres- tling' lg Intramurals 3 "This boy will be a great success, And that will bring him happiness." LEE M. JOHNSON "I rest well in all my classes." VVRAY FREDERICK K l N DS VATTER "F1'itzl' Key Club 4: Forum: vlr. Prom Comm.: Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Chap. 23 Latin Club Z: Intramurals 1, Z. .ig Freshman Choir "Laughing, jolly, full of fun, There is no mischief he will shun." JUDITH ANN LACKEY "Judy" Steuben Staff, S e n io r Co-editor, Beacon Staff 4, Associate Editor: Stu- dent Council 3, 4: Frenvli Club 4, Pres.: Library Staff 35 Future Nurses 3, 4: Latin Club Z3 Pep- per 3: Jr, Play Comm., H,R. V.-Pres. l, Treats. "She is small in body but great in mind." l l l KITTY MARIE KRAMER 'flaw' Steuben Staff: Beacon Co-editor 4: Radio-TV Club Z, 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, 4: FTA-X 2, 3. 4: Forufnq Asseinbly Usher 4, Pro- jeetionist Club 3, Pres: -I r. Prom Comm.: "Willing to lend a help- ing hand, In time of need or strong demand." GLORIA JEAN Li-XMAN'l'lA "Jeannie" Pepper Club 3, 4: Y- Teens 2: lntramurals .5 "Her Ways are pleasant- ness And all her paths are peacef' 39 LINDA BLANCHE JOHNSON "Lin" Y-Teens Z, 3, 45 Rerl Cross 3. 41 Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4 "A sunny face and a contented smile." EDITH MARIE KERR "Edie" Student Council lg Ir. Red Cross 1: Pepper Club 2, 3. 4 "Always happy, always EHYY Always carefree in her way." SUSAN LINNEA JURVIC "Sue" Future Nurses 3, 43 A Cappella Choir l, Z, 3, 45 Assembly Usher 43 For- umg Steuben Staff, Sen- ior Co-editczrl H.R. Sec. 45 jr. Play Comm. "Sweet Sue, just you." KENT THOMPSON KINDSVATTER A Cappella Choir l, Z, 3, Astronomy Club 4, Pres.1 Science Club 43 Latin Club Z, Track 2 "Although he hasn't A much to say, He works most faithful throughout the day." ' 1 eip-. 5 is , fx , ga ft ft ,, W af- 9 5 fr Q , ry.-54 n V -s " .f C Pr. 'erin FRAN K EDWARD LATHEM "Speaking of cards, what a joker." liKlQ'l'CHl'1X ANN I.liTZFLTliR "Gretch" Steuben Staff, Associate lfflitorq Assembly Usber 4: Soph. Class Treasq jr. P l a yg Ir. P r 0 an Comm.: Forumg l. a t i I1 Club Z: Spanish Club 4. V.-Pres.: S t u cl e il t Council Z3 Office Girl 3: "Great things have little beginnings." LIONEL ROBERT LINDSEY "Linds" H.R. Pres. l, Trezls. 2: Football l, 25 Track l, 23 Basketball l, 2 "For twelve long years this boy has waited, And now at last he'll be H graduated. JOSEPH HUGHES LONG llJoeSY Golf l, Z3 jr. Play Comm, "A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomor- rows? MARY JANE LAVVTON Future Nurses 3, 4: Pep- per Club Z. 43 French Club 3. 4 3 Bible Club 4 "A penny for your thnuglltsf' BERNARD LEWIS "Bernie" Football Z, 3, 45 Basket- ball lg Track Z, 3, 43 Key Club "Bernie is always first in sports- Track, football and other sorts." jUDlTH ANN LISLE "Judy', A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Nurses 3, 43 Steuben Stalfg Pepper Club Z. 3, 41 Y-Teens 2. 3, 43 jr. Rell Cross lg Forum: Jr. Play Connn,g Science Club 4 "Voice from on high." LILLIAN ANN LOSEY Steuben Staff: Forumg FTA 3, 45 Latin Club lg Pepper Club l, 2, 3, 4: jr. Play Comm.: French Club 3, 4g Assembly Ush- er 45 Radio-TV Club 1, Z "It's nice to be natural When you are naturally nice." MARY ELIZABETH KlcCLAlN "Bette" Pepper Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 41 Steuben Staff: Spau- ish Club 1, Z5 Jr. Play: Y-Teens 2, 3: Beacon Staff 4, Club Editor: H.R. Pres. 4: Sr. Prom Comm. "She loves to live and lives to love." BARBARA JEAN bliCG'OVV.AN "Bobbie" A Cappella Choir l, 23 Ir. Red Cross l:1r.Pl:1w Comm.: Steuben Staff: Forum: Latin Club 3, 45 Assembly Usher 4: ln- tramurals l, Z, 3, 43 Fu- ture Nurses 4 "Cheerfulness is a sunny ray of life." DONNA LOUISE MCCONNELL Steuben S t a f f: Future Nurses 3. -l, V.-Pres. -L: lr. Play Comm.: Forumg Y-Teens Z, 3, -1: Spansz Club Z3 Ir. Red Cross l. Z3 Freshman Choir: Pep- per Club 5, 4 "Honor lies in honest toil, Many troubles it will foil." PATTY LOUlSlI klCGRlCXY Hpath Pepper Club: Y-Teens. Steuben Staff "Live, laugh and love." 41, IT-6 Ft"Z1iQ'l 3 'T A.UDRliY JANE LUCAS "Lukie'f X Cappella Lhotr l. Z. 3. -li Spanish Club 3, lg Pepper Club 41 Bible Club -13 lleaeon Staff 41 lntriunurals Z, 3 "A very quiet girl is she, Never bothering you or me." CAROL ANN MCCLAIN Heaeon Staff 4 "Although she hasn't much to say, She has a very pleasing wa y." l3ARl1,'R RX JEAN M CAVUY Steuben Staff: Stadium Usher -li Pepper Club 2: lftrainurxals 2, 32 COP: "Full of fun and wit is she, And as merry as can he." JAMES D.-XVlD MCCLAIN "Jim" liege' Club 3, 4. Sec. 4: Student Council 1: Buck- eye Boys State Rep. .43 lfnruin 45 Science Club -li Latin Club Q. I-land lg -lr, Play Crnuin. 'Nohing is impossible to a willing heart." KATHRYN YVONNE MQSHANN Transfer Student "Box-office rating A -l ." DAVID JAMES MARAGOS "The Greek" "Silent performances make the best re-I turns." ROSEMARY MARTIN Pepper Club 2, 4: Steu- ben Staff, FBLA 4 "Ain't she sweet!" THOMAS LYLE MAXWELL "Max" A Cappella Choir l, Z. 3, 43 Forum: Science Club 4 "A hard beginning makes a good ending." l3rXRBfXRA LEE MADDUX "Bobbie Lee" l-LR. V.-Pres. l, Sec. 31 P Q p p 0 r Club 2, 3, 4, Trans. 4: Forum, Steu- ben Staff: lntrziinurals l, Z, 3, 4 "She has many peppy ways, That often put us in a daze." LUCY ANN MARINI Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Pepper Club Z, 3, 4g Forum, -lr, Play Comm., Steuben Staff "Always bright and al- ways gay, She has such a pleasing way." LINDA SUE MASSER :X Cfipipcllzi Choir l, 2, 3. 45 FTA I, 2, 3, 4: Pep- pcr Club 2. 3, 45 Steuben Staff, Spanish Club Z: liftraniurlals 'Known for her love of sports." JULIUS WILLIAM MAYO Football 1, 3. 42 VVr0s- tling l, 3, 41 Truck 2, 3. 41 Intramurals l, Z, S, 4 "In wrestling he'll achieve his fame." GEORGE MICHAEL MILOSIZVICH liooiball l, Z, 3, 4: Bas- ketball l, Z. 3, 4: Span- ish Club Z. 3: jr. Prom Comm.: Pr c s. of Jr. Class: Student Council Z1 Key Club 4 NA good man is hard to find." .JANET ANNE MUFFATT A Cappella Choir l. Z, 3. 41 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 As- sembly Usher 43 jr. Play Comm.: Steuben Staff: FTA Z3 Future Nurses 3, 41 Forumg P e p p e r Club Z, 4 UA face so fair, a laugh so rare." RHC HNETTE MlTCHliLL f'Rudy" Sleuhen Staff: ll-ezicon 41 Forum: Future Nurses 3. 4g Assembly Usher 4: jr. Red Cross Z1 jr. Pluy Comm. 'ATO everybody she's 11 friend, May her rise to success never end." BARBARA ,I EAN MONTGOMERY "Barb" Fresman Choir: Y-Teens l, 2.3.41 jr. Red Crols 23 Basketball Usher lg Program Seller 3 "The world belongs to the energetic." 43 BARBARA JOYCE MEADOVVS "Barb" Y-Teens l, ZZ Steuben Staff: Spanish Club 3: Student Council Alt. lg FTA Z, 3: FBLA 4g Pep-- per Club 4 "Loved by all who know her." H ELEN JOAN MELLISH USiggy7Y Forum: Beacon Staff J, C o- ed i t o r: Varsity Cheerleader Z: F r e s h. C l 1 s s Treas.3 Pepper Club Z, 32 Jr. P rom Comm.: H.R. Pres. l, S: lntrzunurals l, 2, 3, 43 FTA 2 WILLIAM L. MEDCALF f'Bi11" Latin Club Z "Countless freckles and brown hair, Lads like him are very rare." JUDITH ANN MENEAR UJudy!Y Steuben S t a f f: Beacon Staff, Associate editor: Forumg Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 4: Alt. to Buckeye Girls State 3: H.R. V.-Pres. S: Spanish Club Z. V.-Pres. Jr. Play Comm.g Pepper Club Z, 3, 41 Assembly U s h e r 41 Sr. Prom Comm. 3 Freslmmn Choirg S ff Q pf--Q Mesa, W if ,.. ta., -N 'I ' ' l1:r:,'3!2s.3l1l I feb Ei, Jovce ALYCE MONTGOMERY Y-Teens l, Z, 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 4: Steuben Staff, Troubleshooter: L a t i n Club l, Z, 3. 4. Sec. -1: jr. Play Comm.: Pepper Clulb 2. 3, 4: Futu r 0 Nurses 3. 4: Assembly Usher 4: Forum: H.R. Trcas. l "Bright, happy, full of fun. RO BERT CLAREN CE RIOYERS uBobn lieaeon Staff 4, Co-ecli- torg Hand 1, 2, 3, 41: Dance Band I. Z. 3: Hi- Y 3, -1, Sec. 4: Forum: Student Council 1: Steu- ben Staff, Sports Co- eclitor: Sr. Prom Comm.: Key Club 4 "If brains, talent, and friends were money, He'd be rich." JIM ELLIOTT NEIL "Big Jim" Basketball: Intramurals "Quiet deeds accomplish much." SONJA LYNN NOVINGTON "Sonie" Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff -lg Pepper Club 3. 4: Spanish Club 3. -1. Pres. 4: jr. Play Comm.: Forum "Full of pep, ready to dance, Always in step, loves romance." BEVERLY JOAN MOORE "B, J." Student Council Alt. 3. 4: Pepper Club 2, 3. 4: Steuben Staff: Forum: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, -l: Sr. Prom Comm. "Blue eyes, blonde hair, The answer to a fell0w's prayer." KATHLEEN F. MUTTON Band 1, Z, 3, 4: French Club 1, Z: Future Nurses 4 "A soft and pensive grace, A cast of thought upon her face." VIRGINIA ANNE NEVVMAN "Ginger" Steuben Staff: Pepper Club 4, Sec.: Jr. Prom Comm.: jr. Play: Span- ish Club 2: Y-Teens 2: FTA Z: H.R. Sec. 2, 3: Future Nurses 3: Sta- dium Usher 4 "Always happy, always glad, No one around her can be sad." MARGARET OCKENHOUSER HMargy,, Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4: Pepper Club 2, 3. 4: Stadium Usher 3, 4: H.R. Sec. Z: jr. Red Cross Z: Intramurals 1, 9 "Little, but so is the atomic bomb." BARBARA Llili PETR.-XKIS UBarb7l F u t u r c Nurses 5, -l, Treas. 5: Beacon Staff 4: Steuben Staff? l,os ghnigos 31 R a cl i o-TX' Club l, Z: Y-Toons l, 2 "Barbara is cheerful, so we say, Adding a new friend everyday." ,lOl-IN VYlLl.lAM PHILLIPS "Fob" Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4: Hi-Y l, 2, 3, -5: Radio-TV Club 4: ln- ll'3llll1l'3lS l, 2, 3, 4 "For he's a jolly good fellow." ll.. ff ,l..,..,-ll 'ff ,em '?f"A,q.Q5 , , . ,,.. 205' .rw.EaU.m..ll ads! rw-3l'fx:'l'.f"'5 .J3fQ3..5lf'wZ?f ,IOIQ l'gXTRlCli PIQTRISLLIC "Maga1ats" Football 1: Beacon Stuff 4: Steuben Staffg Span- ish l, 2 "And why should life all labor be?" ,l UDITH Dlili POFF "Judy" Y-'lleclxs l. 2, 3, -l, llms. 45 F.'l'.4X. l. Z: lfuturc Nurfcs -lg Pepper Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club F, -lp DIV. Play Counn.: For,- nmg Slcubeu Stafig As- sembly Usher 4: Steuben .Mtenrlant l: P11-s. llli. ll Sr. Prom Comm. ':Judy's lovely sparkling smile, Can be seen for most a mile." MARY OROLOGAS DONALD NICHOLAS OGRIZOVICH Hemp" Golf l, 2. 33 Football Nlanagw' 1. Z1 Hasketllzlll Xlanagcr l f'VJa'ch out for that sand trap." G li RALD FR .-XN K OWIQNS "Jerry" lJl'.C,gX Club "Time out for school." l ntrlzunurals 3 Y-Teens "Her smile forms friend' ship." lirYl'HLEliN PEARCPQ "Kathy" Popper Club 3: Y-Toons l: lil-acon Staff 4 "Never a care, never a hurryg Just one boy is her main worry." 45 RONALD E. POLONOFSKY "Nate" Steuben S t a f f: Beacon Staff 4: Spanish Club Z: V. Pres. H.R. 2: Basket- b all. Manager 2: Sr. Prom Comm., Sr. Invi- tation Comm. "We were given enough brains to ask ques- tions, not to answer them." ROBERT P. PORCO Steuben Staff, Co-editor: Key Cluzb Z, 3, 4, Treats. 4: Student Council 3. 4: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. l, 4: jr. Prom Comm.: Pres. of H.R. l, Z: Pre Freshman Class: Jr. Play: Forum! Senior Play "Responsibility w a l k s hand in hand with capability." j AMES CAMPBELL QUIN N "Jim" Spanish Club 3 "Although little does he speak, In his friendship he's not weak." ANGELA LOUISE RAGUSA "Angie" Band 2, 3, 4: Beacon Statf, Associate Editor 4: Steuben Staff: lntra- murals 2: Y-Teens 1: Orchestra Z: Forum: Sr. P r 0 m Comm.: Basket- ball Usher 4 "We know her by her jolly air, Her friendly way, her dark brown hair." RICHARD NORMAN POOLE VV r e s t ling l : Football Mgr. 1. Z. 3 "Perhaps not enthused about attending school, but he's a shark at playing pool." NVILLIAM VVALLACE PRIEST "Bill" Key Club 3. 4: Uuekeye Boys State: Forum: Soph. Latin Club: lntra- murals 2, 3. 4 "No wall will block his way to success? LINDA EVELYN RABER "Linda" Reel Cross l: Radio-TV l. 2: Pepper Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Forum: jr. Play C o mm.: Steuben Staff "I am a female, there- fore I talk." DONNA JEAN RANALLO Latin Club Z: Pepper Club Z, 3, 4: Forum: .l r. Play: Future Nurses 3: COE 4: FBLA. See.: Steuben Staff: Student Council l: Stadium Ush- er 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 'Don't change your pretty ways," 46 JANICIL KAY RAPP HJan9Y Future Nurses 4: F.'l'..-X. 3: Spanish Club 3, 4 Latin Club 2 "A quiet but pleasant PEARL LOUISE REYNOLDS Pepper Club Z, 3, 4: Fu- ture Nurses 3. 4, Treas. 4: Spanish Club 3. 4. V.-Pres.: Fo ru ln: jr. Prom Co-mm.: jr. Play j.-XMES A. ROACH "Jim,' Football l, Z, 3, 4: Base- ball l, Z: Spanish Club 3: Beacon Staff 4 "James Roach is his name, In football, he achieved his feline." ALICE MARLEEN ROBINSON "Always at ease, eager to please? JOSICPH ALSON ROBBINS HJay'! llancl Z, 3, 4: Raclio-TV Club l, 2, 3, 4, Public' Relations 3, 4: Science- lllatli Club 2: Jr. Prom Comm.: jr. Play: For- um: Golf l: Latin Club Z: Steuben Staff: Noni. Comm. l "Presenting for your pleasure and enjoy- ment." GEORGE VVll.l,.liXlXi ROIHNSON nRObbyn Transfer Student Vlfrestling 4: Latin Club Club 4: Intramurals -ll Beaton Staff 4 "The world is yours." 47 person." Comm.: Steuben Attend- ant Z: Student Council "Gifted with a beautiful face, This girl stands out in any place? VlRGlNlA ANNE MJXRLENE RlCKS REYNOLDS "Shorty" "Anne" Y-Teens 1. Z, 3, 4: jr. lf.T..'X. Z, 3, 4. Pres. 4: Red Cross Z: Library V--P1'CS- ,l1'- CUSS? STCH- Staff 4: Stadium Usher ben Staff. Faculty eo- 4: Program Seller Z, S erlitor: Beacon Staff 4: "Nice to have around." Latin Club 2, Pres.: ,Ir. lr. Prom Comm. - 'Among the very best she rates, May this always be her fate." N . - 1. '4 L 3 if Q f w 7 1 N LI , , wr.. ' Y w T. EQGSQEQ ffiizm. GARY STEV ENS ROUSH uDeaky! Los .-Xiu lgO5 2 i an ordinary man." PATSY S4XN'l'ARlfLLl "Give me a simple lifef, JOANN SARNU "Meatball" Y-Teens l, 43 FBLA 41 Pepper Club 3, 4 "Worries none, full of fun." TICRRY ROSS SHIESIC "T, R," Hand 1, 2, 3. 43 Drum Major 5, 4: Dance Bancl l. 23 Latin Club 23 Jr. Play Comm.: Forum! H.R. Trcas. 33 Orchestra 1. Z, 5. 4, Pres. 4 "A fine scholar and a good drum majorg He'll make a success in life, we'll wager." 48 FRED EKICK SLOOP RULAND "Fred" Hi-Y l, Z. 3, 43 Rand l. 2, 3, 43 Key Club -23 Dance Band l, 2, 3, 4 t'He always has a joke to spare, He never has a wordly care." NICK ANTHONY SARAP Baseball l, 2,143 VVres- tling 43 jr. Prom Comm.: Hi-Y 4: Latin Club l, Treasurcit Forum "Here is a young man who creates an im' pression at first glance - quite a distinctive one." ROBERT ARTHUR SCHAIQFIER "Toot" Football 2, 3, 43 XVres- tling l, 3, 43 Steuben Staff3 Physical Fitness Cluwb 33 Band 1 "Fortune and victory sit. on thy helm." RUFUS LEE SIMMONS "Moon" Football l, Z, 3, 4, Co- Captain -13 Track l, 2. 3, 4: XVrestling 43 Span- ish Clubg Jr. Rod Cross lg H.R. V.-Pres. Z3 H.R. Pres. 3 "In sports he does excel and other things he does as well." ROBERT GUY SIXIITH HGuyY! Football Maniager l. 2: Basketball Manager 1,22 Baseball Manager l, Steuben Staff: Projec- tionist Club l, Z "A head full of common sense is better than a book full of 'learn- ing." NVILLI.-XM DAVID SMITTLE "Bill', A Cappella Choir l, 2, S. 4, V.-Pres. l: Key Club Z, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Pres. 43 Hi-Y l, Z. 3. 4, Sec. Z, 3, V.-Pres. 4: IIR. Pres. l, 2, 3, V.-Pres. 4: "Here is a lad who ex- cels in all, Whether the task be great or small." T ERRY K EITH SMITH privy A Cappella Choir l. 2, 3, 4: Football l, 3: FTA l, Z, 3. 4, Treas. 4: jr. Play: Steuben Staff, Hi- Y 3 4: Science Club 4: Forum 'tWit is his weapon." JACQUELINE GAYNVELL SMOOT "Jackie" Future Nurses 4: Beacon Staff 4: Girls Basket- ball: Science Club "Stay as sweet as you are." 49 RUTH ANN SIX jr. Rccl Cross l, Z: Rn- clio-TV Club Z: Y-Teens 2, 3: jr. Play Connn.: DECA 4: Latin Club 3: Spanish Club l: Future Nurses 4 "She is a very quiet lass, Who seldom speaks in any class." EDVVARD JOHN SMITH Football 3. 4: Baseball 3, 4: Spanish Club 3 "Fate tried to conceal him by naming him Smith." CRAIG O'Nlf,-XL SMITH "Craigo" Nkrcstling l, 3, 4: Intra- murals l, 2, 3. 4 "O-R-N-E-R-Y" FREDERICK CLARK SMITH "Freda A Cappella Choir l, Z, 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, Z, 3, 43 Steu- ben Staff: Forum: Chap- lain: jr. Play: Track 2. 4g Sec. H.R. lg Science Club 4 "Oh, this learning, what a thing it is!" EDVVARD JOHN SOBOLEVVSKI "Soho" Beacon Staff, Forum: Basketball l, Z3 Golf Z, 3, 45 Intramurals "There's honesty, man- hood, and good fel- lowship in thee." WILLIAM LEE STANDIFORD "Dum-Dum" Steuben Staffg Football l, Z, 3, Basketball I, 2, 33 Track Z5 Beacon 4, A cl v e rtising Manager: Intramurals 4: Spanish Club 25 Science Club 4 "Go away, don't bother me." MARA LYNN STERN French Club I, 2, Treas. 25 Pepper Club Z, 3, 43 Future Nurses 3, 4, Corr. Sec. 45 Steuben Staffg Beacon 45 Jr. Play Comm. 33 Assembly Usth- er 43 Science Club 4 "A little bit of every- thing makes a won- derful girl." MILDRED MARY STEVVART FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4g Intra- murals lg DECA Club. Sec. "A little ray of sunshine." LEGNARD HENRY STAATS "He is also so bright his mother calls him son." PATRICIA ANN STEPHIZNSON "Pat', Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 35 Steuben Queen Attendant 3g H.R. Sec. 2, 35 Treas. lg Jr. Prom Connn.g Pepper Club l, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Fu- ture Nurses 2, 33 Steuben Staff, Beacon Staff 4 "A heart of gold covered with unsurpassed lovelinessf' JO ANN STEVVART Stadium Usher 43 DE 4, DECA Club. Vice Pres. "Devil or Angel? Maybe a little of both? QIGHN VVAYNE STROTHER Buckeye Boy's State: Key Club 3, 4g Football 2, 43 FTA 1, Z, 3, 45 Steu- ben Staff, Troubleshoot- erg jr. Play Comm. 3 "John is a rather quiet boy, But one in a million we all enjoy." RICHARD LEROY NANCY JANE THORNE UTZLER "Rick" Transfer Student DE "Zea1ous, yet modest." "Nice to have around." JAMES PATRICK SANDRA LOU VAN DYNE VVARD Student Council l, Z: "Sandy" DIQCAQ French Club 3 "Still water runs deep." Band l, 2, 3, 4, Majoretie 2. 3, Drum Majorette 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4 "A great smile on her face, That can be seen most any place." 51, VVENDY FLAINIC SUPOVITZ 'tStormy" French Club 3. 4, See. -I: Steuben S t a f f, Special Features Co-editor: Li- brary Staff 4: Ir. Play Conmmg Assembly Ush- er: Foruimg Pepper Club 3, 43 Latin Club 2 The fairest garden in her looks, And in her mind the wisest books." gs PATRICIA ANN TEAFF "Pat" Baud 35 Foruing Latin Club 1, 25 Stadium Ush- er 4g Pepper Club 3, 45 Future N ur S e s 4'g Y- Teens l "Always pleasant to have around, In cheerfulness, she does abound." THOMAS CUNLFY TAYLOR "Tom" "Genius is the capacity for evading hard work." DONNA Llikl TFPOVTCH "TePpy" Stadium Usher 3: Bea- con Sta fi 4g Steuben ,Staffg Office Girl 3: Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 "Her heart is like the moon-There's a man in it." MARY JAN li VVEIHER "Gus" Pepper Club 45 Stadium Usher 4: lic-,acon Stall 4 "In sports, Mary Jane cannot be beatg She holds her own in every meet." IQDNVARD ANDRIQVX' NVl:l1NlXlAN Football l, Z. 3, 4, Co- captain 45 Basketball 1, Z, 3: Baseball 1, 2. 3, 42 H.R. Pres. 2, 3: Pres. Student Council 4: jr. Pro-ni Comm.: Fr. Prom Coniin. "He came, he saw, he conquered all." ,HCNNIVE CAROL WELLS "Bee" A Cappella Choir 1, Z, 3. 4: Y-Teens 15 F.T.A. l, Z: jr. Red Cross 2: Bible Club l5 Spanish Club See. 35 Forum 4: As- tronomers Club, See. 4 "Sugar and spice and everything nicef' PATRICIA JEAN VVHIPPLIQ "Pat" Radlio-TV Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 45 Beacon Staff 35 Y-Teens l 5 Library Staff 4: jr. Play Comm.: FBLA 4 "From a school ring to a wedding ring." 52 l'iONY:XRD K.-NRL VVEINBERG Fl'lCl1Cll Club 1, Z "Worry? What's that ?" LARAINE ANN VVFLCH FTA Z, 3, 45 Y-Teens l, 2: Inter-C lub Council Rep. Z: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Radio-TV Club 3. 4: Bible Club 21 French Club 3: Pepper Clulb 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Projeetionists Club 3, 4 "I know my task and do it." PATRICIA .IO VVIERKIN "Pat" Jr. Prom Chairman: Sr. Prom Comm.: Reserve Cheerleader 2: Varsity Cheerleader 3, 45 Jr. Play Cast: Library Staff 1, 2. 35 Forum 4: Treas. H.R. "Work is her middle name." ANITA M ARl li WHITE Steuben Staff, Club Co- editor: French Club l, 2, Pres. Z5 Spanish Club 3. 4, Pres. 4: Pepper Club 3, 4: Forum: Student Council Z: Y-Teens 2 "The fact that she is such a scholar, Does not make her friendship smaller." NANCY LEE VVOODS "Nan" Forunig A Cappella Choir l. 2. 3. 4, Treas. 43 Ra- flio-TV l. 2. 3. Hi5t.: -Ir. Playg H.R. V.-Pres. ll FTA Z. 3. 4. Hist. 3 "Without a sorrow, without a care, With laughing eyes and sunny hair." CHARLICTTE M A Y YODER lfresliman C li o i rg Y- Terens Z. 3. 41 Pepper Club Z. Qi: Future Nurses 3, 45 Assembly Uslicr 43 Nom. Comm, 2 "Sweet and gentle." VVlLl,lAM KENNET H XVOODVVARD "Ken" A Cappella Choir l. 2. 3, -lg H.R. Pres. l "Love and fun and thought are free, All must flirt in their degree? PETER A. YOST Football l, Z, 31 Track Z, 3, 4: Sr. Prom Comm. "He is greatest who rises to high position by his own merits." 53 .lfxln ICS tfnnnlnis XVILLIA MS ffjimmier Traelcg lsloo't'bz1ll I liaslcet- ball "My thoughts are mine." HARRY XVILSON "woo" "I am happiest when I'rn idle." is JOHN RAYMOND WlLLlAMS uRay!x Traelc l, 3, 45 Football 1 "Life is half spent before we know itf' SHARON IQL,-XlN1i VVILSON "Shari" Y-Teens l, Z. 3, 4, lnter- elub Council 33 Treats. 43 FTA 2, 3, 43 Latin Club Z, 3: Pepper Club Z. 3: Future Nurses 53 Forum. Cor. Sec.3 Steu- ben Staff. Special Fea- tures Co-editor: Student Council lg H.R. See. "Strong mind, kind heart, and ready hand." ! c GLORIA ,I EAN ZESIGICR liaml l, 2, 3, 4, lvlajmcltc 3. 4, Treas. H.R. l t'This young miss is .fil- ways gay, In this fashion she spends her clay." JOHN X'VlLLlAM ANDERSON Football l, 2, 3, 4, Bias- ketball 2, 3, 4g Baseball l, Z "You've got to be a foot- ball hero." DAVID LEROY BOOKER "Call me lucky." M A RCU S IS UTL ER Hwhiph Steuben Assembly "I am what I am." D A V I D LIC R t JY DOAK "Davey 'He makes a wayf' THOMAS ZlARKU ' ' "Zark', Intramurals 2, 4 "I just travel along." Hawaii Becomes Fiftieth State CHARLES EDVVARD FIELDS Basketball 1, 2, 3 "Good Time Charlie." NANCY KA Y GOSNEY Transfer Student "Nancy's pleasing eyes and voice, Draw us at once by their sincerity." SAMUEL GEORGE HARDEY "Sam is an artist bold, He paints pictures in numbers untold." DAN Ii'l"l'h2 RAE B U R N srDannyyy Transfer Student "You couldn't help but be wonderful." 54 ROI3l11R'l' MELVIN ROBIN SON "Bob" Transfer Student t'We wish our friendship had been longer." LULA ELIZABETH SIMS "Lu" Spanish Club 33 Stadium Usher 23 Intramurals "You're not living in vain." AN N IE LEE STRAUGHTER Beacon Staff 3, Y-Teens l, 23 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Seng HR. Sec. 1 "Wonderful to know." SA M U EL ST YL ES "Goose" Freshman Choir, H.R. V.-Pres. l 3 Ir. Red Cross 2g Stadium and Gym Usher l, 2, 3, 4, Chair. 4: Pepper Club Z, 3, 4 "No telling what he'1l do." Honor Students Herewith, the Steuben lists the upper third of the Class of 1959. Two asterisks in dicate completion of the prescribed subjects with high honors. One asterisk indicates graduation with honors. The students are listed alphabetically. Aivaliotis, Georgianna Altizer, Dean Frederick Beal, Jerry Dean Borden, Rebecca Ann Brandt, Paul Bright, Clifford Grover Campbell, Glenn Robert Castncr, Kenneth Floyd Clancy. Donna Jean Dewey, Robert Keith Domanico, Norina Theresa Dorfman, Rochelle Dreyer, Donna Jean Elias, Barbara Ann Findley, Priscilla Louise Fisher, Judith Eileen Fitzsimmons, Laurel Ann Fulton, Helen Elizabeth Gaston, Ronald John Haggerty, Carolyn Kay Hawkins, Betty Ann Henry, Judith Jane Hopkins, Carol Lynne Horton, Richard Lee Huhn, Elaine Elizabeth Jacot, Anna Marie Jimeson, Russell Edgerly Jurvic, Susan Linnea Kindsvatter, Kent Thompson it Kindsvatter, Wray Frederick Kramer, Kitty Marie Lackey, Judith Ann Letzelter, Gretchen Ann Lucas, Audrey Jane McAvoy, Barbara Jean McClain, James David Marini, Lucy Ann Masser, Linda Sue Mellish, Helen Joan Menear, Judith Ann Mitchell, Rhuenette Moffatt, Janet Anne Montgomery, Joyce Alyce Moyers, Robert Clarence Poff, Judith Dee Porco, Robert Patsy Priest, William Wallace Raber, Linda Evelyn Ranallo, Donna Jean Rapp, Janice Kay Reynolds, Virginia Ann Ruland, Fred Sloop Sarap, Nick Anthony Schaefer, Robert Arthur Six, Ruth Ann Smith, Frederick Clark Smittle, William David Smoot, Jacqueline Gaynell Stephenson, Patricia Ann Stern, Mara Lynn Strother, John Wayne Supovitz, Wendy Elaine Weinman, Edward Andrew Welch, Laraine Ann Wells, Jennie Carol Werkin, Patricia Jo Whipple, Patricia Jean White, Anita .Marie Wilson, Sharon Elaine Woods, Nancy Lee Yost, Pete HU QW .4 I I K xx! Igxx N X x R I L . fy I N XXI ,f . Ny" x ' . A ' A ,Mn x ' X W' mjsw ,ll :' 'K - ff X 'jg xl I lx x w. ,---'X-fx? rx 1' X 4 v ,1s..,wM,, .xswalgzx 1' T A XXI, , N I J I K Kg,i..f.,l .1 bf' V4,?3E:rm"'f-,i, wqvlhifx, :UWM Mm,-w -.,,,,. ,Ra xx L!! Officers are pictured left to right: Bill Fournier, Lynn Morgan, Jack Binkley, Jim Staib. RCW l Judy Achlzzunmer .so Alen B.ll Atkinson Barbarzi Balderoni Bennie Banks Barbara Baraeh Pm Burna ROW 2 Bill Beailfe LeeAnn Beatty Helen Behringer Raymond Bell Gloria Bcndc Judie Best Clnueliu Bianehini ROW 3 .lack Binkley Barbara Blamcsherc Lois Blackwell Audrey Blessing Susie Bloomer Alice Boyd Linda Brummer RUVV 4 Arthur Brothers Anita Brown Elaine Brown Lois Bruzda Leonard Buckle M uryAnn Bush Beekic Butcher ROW 5 Jean Calhoun Paula Calhoun Dave Campbell Marlene Czinmbeil Larry Czmlinger Kzuherie Caras Pail Curducci ROW 6 Nancy Czirlson Louise Cheecu Carolyn Chiola Kenneth Church Tom Cliff Chuck Coleman Donna Coleman The class of 1960 has chosen Jim Staib, presidentg Jack Binkley, vice-presiclentg Lynn Morgan, seeretaryg and Bill Fournier, treas- urer. The juniors selected red and white as their class colors and red and white carna- tions as their flower. The class motto is "Labor conquers all things." ROW I Ruth Colley Marilyn Comnslon Carole Conn Joyce Connors Jim Conrad 'Tania Cooper Sidney Coppzi ROW 2 James Council William Cox James Crawley lrcne Creech Charles Criss Rich Croceili Bob Crossley ROW 3 Isabella Culbreailh Lva Cunningham '1 ein Cunningnam J ulia Cusack Karen Davis James DeFallo Virginia DellaPenna ROW 4 Bob Dellzr bteve Jenty Nancy lJi1iiz-su William Dicdciieh Thomas iliifwlizo Mariann DiMarcantonio Vince DiMichelc ROW 5 Albert DiPietro Marsha Dorsch Robert Doyle Cora Drayer John Dubcck Dixie Dudukovicn Randy Dunkle ROVV 6 Barbara Durbin Vicki Edwards Mary Evans Shirley Falsetti Tom Feist JoAnn Ferraro Carole Fenske Serving as the presidents of their respec- tive junior home rooms are seated, left to right, Rita Mackinaw, Donna White, Wally Neel, Pat Barna, and Lynn Morgan. Standing, left to Larry Sizemore, Jim Conrad, Terry Trimmer, and Gary Rogers. ROW I Paul Fenton J anet Fogle Hedy Ford Jay Foreman William Fournier Jim Fox Miriam Freedman ROW 2 Charlene Gaffney Grace Gallagher Terry Gambill Donna Craroflala William Geiger Betty Getschman Philip Gilbert ROW 3 Rosemary Gilkey Carolyn Glover Jean Gossett William Greenlee Charles Griesinizer Pat Griffin lrcnc Gualticrc ROW 4 William Gualticrc Marian Haines Carol Haines William Haislci, JoAnne Hanle Naomi Hanlin Susan Halm ROW 5 Marie Harris Charles Hawkins Dennis Hemsley LouAnn Henderson Robert Henderson William Hetherington .lim Hill ROW 6 Kathy Hilliard Mark Hofmann Helen Homiek David Hope Alyce Hornicwicz Donna Horniewiu Michele I-lowurofi Call the janitor ROW 1 George Hrehzr Sally Huffman Nancy Hugus Ruth Hunt Dave Hutter Dave Jenkins Russell ,lelcr ROW 2 Bobby Johnson Joyce Johnson Barbara Jones Dolores Jones Pat Jordan June Kasper ROW 3 Kathy Kaufmann JoAnne Kell Carol Kelly Doris Kennedy Barbara Kessler Shirley Kittle Nedwin Knight ROW 4 Sally Knight Robert Kramer Lynn Kummer Patty Latimer Isabelle Lavender Masie Lavender Butch Levite ROW 5 Alvin Lipson Gloria Littrell Eloise Livingston Ronald Lopresto Marie Lotzgeselle Albert Lubran Janice Lucas ROW 6 Margie Lutton Karen Lynd Vernon M:Camic Beth McElroy William Mchndrce Vicki McHugh Margaret Mclnlosn Watch the birdie Crime doesn t pay ROW l Dennis McMastez's Denny Mack Rita Maeicinziw .lacicie Mae Gregor lrene Macri Peggy Murgafen Maryann lvlarsiglio ROW 2 Ruth Marunich Pat Masterlasco Sophia Mastros Diane Mata Virginia Maxwell Dick Means Melody Merrymxin ROW 3 Rf Bill Messerly Maryanna Michl llonu Mikula Stan Miles Robert Miller Carolyn Misselwilz Robert Molinaro JW4 Thomusine Monlzilhuno Mary Jo Moody Gladys Moore Eslella Moore Lynn Morgan Walter Morgan Ron Morgan ROW 5 Betsy Morris John Murray Phil Musgzruve Tad Mvers Jan Nnlecm Marlene Nuoor Wally Neel ROW 6 Jim i"il':.'lC!'llllif7Cl' Richard Nfoonzin Beverly Oliver Jacquelyn Oliver Catherine Olivilo Anthony Orsini Joyce Urslni ROW 1 James Drylic Don Pagett John Puliws Sam Paul Ray Payne Charles Pearce Jack Pearce ROVV 2 Judith Pearce Ronald Peach Dick Penebaker Dave Pesuit Gary Peterson Jean Petermn Carolyn Fetfiec ROVV 3 Linda Phillips Mary Poole Raymond Poti-le Bob Porter .lim Potts Georgia Priest William Pritchard ROW 4 Mary Profit Mary Pyke Robert Randolph J evce Rasie Ron Rath .lim Ravl Marglaret Reese ROVV 5 Don Reeves Eugene Ren7e'li Shirley Reynard Bruce Revnelds Lois Reynolds John Rhodes Eleanore Richards ROVV 6 Mary Rider Carolyn Rietz Edwin Ritchey Gary Rogers Richard Romano Stan Rotan Karen Rouse Sleepy-heads! ROW 1 Don Rupe Sandy Russlee Carolyn Salerno Sandy Sandell Pat Sawicki John Scavdis Margaret Schmid ROW Z Theodore Schmid' Robert Schoppe Lillian Schwertfager Paul Scipio Ronald Sczruba Sharon Seese Goldie Shaffer ROW 3 Walter Shrieve Frankie Shuma Lois Silberman Leroy Simpson Dorhman Sinclair Larry Sizemore Aimee Smith ROW 4 Huey Smith Larry Smoot Becky Snyder Bill Snyder Brenda Snyder Gertrude Sotlill Don Speaker ROW 5 Sam Speaker Robert Spear Kathleen Spencer Jim Staib Charles Stanley Donna Starr Paul Stead ROW 6 John Stewart Bennie Stillwagon Norma Stuck Virginia Styles Carolyn Sunyoger Sara Surgenor Tom Switzer Turn ab0ut's fair play .V 1.-sf.-VVe .i ' Az:--fm if - sf. . my Ti m V iw- , V.-,ali 2212522211521 A ' f51sf.-VVggVrVV5V: Vw-..V., W. VV ' ' ' .V .V . . 'ui 2 X ac Ml zgglifgfi - A VvV'??fV4 - - as V. flyfggfiff . nlss:fVsf V-, - .Vi QV, -giw V 1 A' V15 1 . . V - Q fwfr 'Xi . Av' - 1. :ww -2'. Sv rr '. fra:-M5 V " ' V305 704 4' V .. , .- ,W mls? ' 'A io ' A ' -. 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" milf1f Vg: ifVVfk AV Q Vi'STV:"iV ' I AV: . 'S .s- ,'g'7Vfig5i i':5,f"- . P PJ V-.VE 'QISEVV V-'-fVV'1YVf'2f ...es V :V J, w w X sl V V. f " 1 f V. 1 , V f --3 , V ff if X V325 an 9'iV:AVVVif 1345.125 eV4, VVAV:?V55 Vi.k3iV VM ,.... .V gk il Z" Wi.fSnyW fH Vrwszszfmi V?24? A' ,. in Q3- sg 'S 'inf . J 55 - Sify 3 x i VV i ii LQ V A KE 3 ROW 1 Donna Taylor Lynda Thomas Steve Thomas Lawrence Thompson Virginia Thornton Rich Torbica ROW 2 Karen Tosi Harrietle Tnson Shirley Townsend Terry Trimmer Sylvia Tm nor Judie Tuskc ROW 3 Mike Vaccziro Larry Vance Aurclia X-'invent Emilia Viola Nickle Vogagis Linda Voght ROW 4 Robert Xvadflull John Wallace Jim Watkins Pat Watkins Carol Waison William Weisbergcr ROW 5 William Welsh Donna Whlie Lewis Wliiic Juanita lNhismzm Jackie Vv'iggimon Judy Willizuns ROW 6 Sandy Williams Sylvia Wise Jane Wisencr Becky Wood Janet Wood James Woolf ROW 7 Dave Lcils Gary Zessigur Richard Zufru'-ann 2y x 3y:7y--oops! Officers are Pictured left to right: John Moffat, Nancy Dever, Carol McAtee, Jim Crane. "Dominus Providevit-The Lord Will Provide". This is the motto chosen by the class of 1961. The sophomores elected Jim Crane, presidentg Carol McAtee, vice-presi- dentg Nancy Dever, secretaryg and John Moffat, treasurer. Their class colors are sil- ver and blue. ROW 1 Jolm Adulewic 4 Richard Albritton Clara Alvey Linda Alvis James Andamasaris James Anderson ROW 2 Justin 'Angelo Maurice Anrill Dick Ami!! Richard Applegnrlh Linda Avcrs Carol Bailll: ROW 3 James Baker Bob Bair Richard Barratt Rosi Barnett Leslie Basdcn Carolyn Baltic ROW 4 Mary Barton Dolores Beato Bonnie Behnkc Jim Bell Ralph Bell Nina Benos ROW 5 Anita Bernstein Bob Bertram Curtis Bibsby Diane Bilby David Bizilc Marie Blackwell ROW 6 Diane Blake Carl Blzmcliard Bruce Boggs Jack Bonar Marsha Bonifanl Howard Boni ROW 1 Theressa Bowman Harold Boyer Mary Braun Constance Brown Edmund Bryner Audrey Burns ROW 2 Max Calland Sophia Callas Elaine Caldrone Frances Campbell Paul Campbell David Carlson ROW 3 Gary Carmichael Mary Ann Carnes Mary Cason Esther Chupa Frances Chupa Anna Clowers ROW 4 Michael Connor Victor Coldebella Dick Cole Joyce Collins Richard Cortez Mike Cottis ROW 5 Jim Crane Dorothy Creamer Mazie Creech Bertha Culbreath Edward Cunningham Dolores Daly ROW 6 Elizabeth Donehoo Charles Danley Norma Lee Daugherty Nancy Davis Susan Davis Those chosen as the home room presi- dents in the sophomore class are seated left to right: Betty Harris, Janet Wells, Mary Battan, Saundra Jones, Diane Blake, Linda Stevenson, and Diane Montgomery. Standing left to right are: Ronnie Pate, Jack Gray, Rich Torbiea, Charles Danley, Jim Crane, Rich Cortez, and Chuck McMasters. Velma Davis ROW l Mary Dean Donna DeChristophcr Sharon DeMarco Nancy Dever Richard DiMichelc Neil Drayer ROW 2 JoAnn Drzayich Anthony Domanico Sharol Dunson Cassandra Edwards Frankie Edwards Josephine Edwards ROW 3 James Elder James Evans David Evans Paula Fair Donna Feist Frank Feist ROW 4 Barbara Fellows Kathryn Felsoei .lo Ferguson Ruby Ferrebee Ronald Fisher Catherine Fleming ROW 5 Fred Fleming John Foreman Pearl Francis Charles Franke Danny Freeland Jeanette Freeman ROW 6 Janice Fullwood Carlene Fulton Gary Giammarco Bob Gillen Eddie Gillison Frank Goodman Cupid strikes again! ROW 1 Mary Gorby Linda Gordon 'lhelmzl Gorrell Loraine Gourley Jack Gray Richard Greenlee ROW 2 Carolyn Greer Gary Griffith Chuck Grigsby JoAnn Gryska Carole Hairston Theresa Harpe ROW 3 Sidney Harris Brenda Hastings Richard Haynes Patricia Haysler Janet Henderson Beatrice Hetheringlon ROW 4 Barbara Hicks Kay Hicks Bill Hindman Donna Holliday Carol Hoover Betty Horan ROW 5 Tom Hudson Joyce Humes Paul Hunt Barbara Hunter Mary Irvin Bill Johnson ROW 6 Dave Johnson Albert Jones Allan Jones Arthur Jones Cornell Jones Saundra Jones Needed: one traffic cop. ROW 1 Vicky Jones Joseph Jordan Barbara Kalberer Richard Kamerer James Karamanolus Carole Kaufman ROW 2 Elizabeth Kaufman .lack Kaufman Mary Keller Gary Kesig Lois Kilgore Helen King ROW 3 Warren Kindsvalter Adeline Koniski Joyce Kotu r Lyn Krepps Mary Lathem Anna Leach ROW 4 Arlene Levin Cheri Lewis Bud Lindgren William. .Lindsey Judie Livingston Richard Lloyd ROW 5 Aubrey Long Jim Looman Carol McAtee Barbara McClelland Sheila McCullough Henry McGowan ROW 6 John McGraw Chuck McMasters Dorothy Mackinaw Bill MacPherson Barbara Major Robert Maley Put on your thinking cap ROW 1 Gary Mann David Mansell Richard Mansfield Betty Manos Anna Manson Bonnie Maple Gary Maple ROW 2 Karen Mapel Bobby Marshall Sandy Marini Denny Martin Dominic Mastroianni Donald Mayers Mildred Mellish ROW 3 George Merrick Gaye Merryman Wilfred Miller Pearl Mills John M innis Helen Minto Joh n Moffatt ROW 4 Nelson Montere Harry Montgomery Diane Montgomery Edward Montgomery Gaye Moore James Morrissey Sharon Myers ROW 5 Duane Nichols Cheryl Novington Mac Overmyer Denise Palmer Robert Palmer Katherine Parker Ron Parris ROW 6 Ronnie Pale Douglas Patterson Bernice Pearlman Tim Penner Don Peters Joyce Pettice Chuck Pinti 3.15 at last! ROW 1 Joyce Poland Pat Porter Carol Prosperi Paul Pyle Von Ralston Judy Reynolds ROW 2 Francis Richardson Tom Richarson Tom Robertson Pat Rinz1ld'o Ginger Ritchey Sandy Robinson ROW 3 Gary Rodgers Shirley Rogers Becky Romano Judy Roush Charlene Russlee Mario Santarclli ROW 4 Suzanne Saltsman Rick Saylor Bill Schaefer Evelyn Schrader Jacque Scott Carol Seal ROW 5 Gary Search .Ioan Settles Alan Shell Robert Shapiro Neil Shaw Marlene Shornc ROW 6 Wrlie Simmons Toni Simon Buzzy Sinclair George Smith James Smith MacDonald Smith Historians of tomorrow! 1, ' - mms, , raw 1 WW - 2-: -: f P., K elfiisii IW :, , . . .V as -K 5 A- gr r - S S , 222.3 , :fi-' f H - gfzal- ' , 4-gf , R . sggvfev ,i ' - at V ' 5542- rsfsmg . r f Ee. i , '. rt - . , , M -'r:- 4, :,- tm , ff ww - 2- ' in as ws-'liir ,f g.f2 2 ' ' x Y Q ' 2 . 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P J P at ,Y 946 Wir feww sw ROW 1 Marlene Smith Tom Sobolewski Guy Starr Mary Jane Starr Joyce Steele Dalene Stephens R OVV 2 Margery Stephens Martha Stephenson Linda Stevenson Dick Stratton Larry Stone Patricia Stout ROW 3 Billy Sunyoger Margaret Surgenor Carole Teaff Louis Testa Robert Thompson Saluria Thompson ROW 4 Nina Thome Gary Underwood Regina Utzler Judy VanDyne Louise Voorheis Myrle Wade ROW 5 Judy Walter Ron Walters Clair Ann Ward Nina Watt Robert Watkins Sandy Welch ROW 6 Janet Wells Tom Wenck Ralph Wheaton Joyce Whipple Arthur White Linda Williams ROW 7 Tom Williams John Wilson Tom Wilson Nathaniel Yetts Vera Young Paul Zeits ROW 8 Tom Zook I Jack McClain I he cheering section. ROW 1 Jim Acconcia Tom Aird Harry Alexander David Allen Roger Allen Karen Alvey Bill Arajakis ROW 2 Harry Archer Beverly Ausburn Terry Auvil Robe rt Barcus Carletta Barnes John Barnes Nancy Barnhouse ROW 3 Bill Barren Bob Barrett Sandra Baumberlzer Mattie Baynelr Bonnie Beato James Becker Jackie Bell ROW 4 Robert Bell William Bende Daniel Biait Eddie Billham Donna Birden Sylvia Blackwell Mary Alice Blair ROW 5 Violet Bly Arnold Bonifant Ferman Booker Lionel Booker Vermon Boo-ker Clifford Booth Patty Booth ROW 6 Jean Bouchet John Bourrs Gloria Bracaglia John Brewer Merrilyn Briggs Betty Brodie Patty Brooks Leading the class of 1962 is James Patterson. Assisting him are Carol Jelea, vice-presidentg Pat Booth, secretaryg and Dave Kropp, treasurer. The freshmen chose as their class motto "Students today-Lead- ers Tomorrowf' Along with red and white roses as their flowers, the class colors will be blue and white. ROW 1 David Brown John Brun Phyllis Buono Marlene Bushman Patricia Butler Peggy Calhoun John Call ROW 2 Richard Campbell Richard Carnahan Ron Carmichael Peggy Carducci Shirley Chambers Helen Chihocky Joan Church ROW 3 Rachel Christian Carole Clark Albert Clayton Patty Cocumelli Ronald Coldebell Ted Cooper John Connor ROW 4 11 Robert Constantini Jeanne Crawley David Creech Bill Crossley Frank Cucarese Isaiah Culbreath Paul Cunningham ROW 3 Bill Cunningham James Davis Leavie Davis Rebecca Davis Marialice Decker Sam DeFrank Daria Dejulio ROW 6 Burton. Denver Domenica DiGre EOD' Millie DiMarcantonio Terry Donahue Patty Dorsch George Dunbar Sharon Duncan The freshmen home room presidents pictured are seated, left to right, Carole Clark, Marsha Wheaton, Patty Booth, Shar- on Duncan, and Carol Maddux. Standing left to right are John Tarulli, Mike Trom- betti, Harry Archer, Henry Herring, Charles Robbins, Gary Jones, Dave Kropp, and James Patterson. ROW l Harry Engas Bill Ensell David hnsell Margaret hnochs Carol lzvans Joel Everly William Fabian ROVV 2 Dom Farchione Daryl Farmer David Feaster Judy Findlay Jim Filhen .Iames Fletcher lzlhel Flowers ROW 3 Gary Ford Jerry Fornwalt Floyd Francis Bette Kay Freezman Barbara Fuller Dena Galatoulas Helen Gallos ROW 4 Theodore Garber Marie Garloch Nancy Gilkey Jim Gilsdorf Tom Gorman Carol Gould Paul G raf ROW 5 Ralph Grant Garry G roves Paul Haese Kenneth Hall Carol Hally Marshall Haggerty Ted Hamilton ROW 6 Barbara Harris Donna Heiserman Marcus Henry John Herchak Henry Hcffmg Woody Hill Marlhann Hindman What's the joke? ROW l Mary Holman Karen Hogan .lim Holliday Bill Homick Becky Horne Steve Houchin Nancy Howell RONV 2 Bill Hoyman Melvin Hubbard Susan Huffman Roy Hunt Fred Hurand Carman Jack Matthew Jacobs ROVV 3 Virginia Jacobsen Donna Jeffers Carol .lelea Dave .l ennings Helen Johnson Sandy Johnson Denny Johnston ROW 4 Jean Jones Gary Jones James .Iowan Thomas .lurvic George Kansala .loyce Kell Beatrice Kerr ROW 5 Sondra Kerr Melvin Kidwell Mary Kirliendall Helen Kitlle Richard Kolling Bob Knowles Daun Knox ROVV 6 Dave Krogvp Barbara Kundrat Kenneth Lawson Carol Levi is George Lindsay Albert Linton Michael Livingston What did Robert Frost write? ROW l Barbara Loscy Tom Lowc Kenneth Lucas Karen McCann William McClelland Emalie McConnell Roy McFarlane ROW 2 Patricia McGonigal William McGraw Carol McSwigtzen Mary Mack Carol Maddux Robert Mallory Gayna Mapcl ROW 3 Jannclle Marsh Robert Martin Veronica Mastroianni Pete Meleanos Frank Miller Mary Miller Elmer Mills ROW 4 JoAnn Miloscvich .lim Minges Ruel Mitchell Jim Mitts Charles Montgomery .loan Montgomery John Montgomery ROW 5 Richard Montgomery Alice Moore Joan Morgan Donna Morrison Patty Moss Carol Mowdcr Larry Mowder ROW 6 lna Myers J an et N eedham Donna Nelson Thomas New Dick Newman June Nunemakcr Dave Ohle One of 55 scenes at Big Red ROW l Nick Ogrizovich Rose Olivcti Charles Oxley Norman Palmcr James Patterson Robert Pearce Cathy Peters ROW 2 Patrick Peters Dorothy Peterson Sandy Phillips Andrew Phsarcc Patty Pifer Beverly Platt Valerie Platt ROW 3 Karen Powell Marsha Poff Kenneth Potts Katherine Prokop James Provenzano Joe Ragusa Mary Ragusa ROVV 4 Harold Ray Saundra Reid Elaine Reynolds Bernard Rhodes John Rcitz Tony RiRosario Judy Risdon ROW 5 Charlca Robbins Wilson Robert Mary Robertson Billy Robinson Alice Ross Robbie Rowe Barbara Rowley ROVV 6 Betty Rudd David Rush Sally Sands Anna Sarno Euthalia Scavdis Steve Schaefer Dorinda Scipio Never knew a meeting could last so long! ROW 1 Mary Scott Marion Shafer Priscilla Shaffer Rosalie Shepherd Yvonne Shepherd Bill Shcrnit Maria Simone ROW 2 Charles Snydcr Donald Smith Earl Smith Mike Smith Virginia Smith Darrell Smoot Laura Smurthwaitc ROW 3 Barbara Stankcwicz Lois Stanlcy Mary Starr Hob Stern .lim Stewart Barbara Sloncbrakcr Ruth Stout ROW 4 William Styles Virginia Sullivan John Tarulli Kenny Taylor Larry Thomas Erdola Thompson Euralinc Thompson ROW 5 Patrlua Ihompson Sandy Thompson Marie Thornton Andrew Tlndor Gino Tizzianl VV1ll1e Toson Richard Tressler wil SAN 'Zig ,. aa Q 5,-,gg I if ...V V ,fam . rm? 3 ,av ma R Q : ,... ww swf fa.. fr A tttg 2 S, S . . T., . .f'. - r.. 4 az' va ,5 fm-F' , ali F ,yn 4 hw' t 24? ,z we sw ,, ,W at x af at ra 1 Asif , e :Sv-rw Silo? X ar wa A WW WW if Siege M af ll Chow time! .wt W .3 V W Q it af ,vw w Y gl W wiv aw 1 M 'eww .Jr W rw ja Q -1491: 14: 223 i tz i ggnfw M fra v in af we . ,. f .Pa Y Sfpa fi M 2 ga, -A S.-1 X. nga lf it fy R mi' 3,3 3 '?'ffv.f- at fm t ff. 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ROW l Mike Trombctti John Urling Barbara Uselton hrnest Van Horn Robert Vankirlc Thomas Vankirk Dewey Visnic ROW 2 Elaine Visnick Joan Vujnovic Kenneth Wade Betty Walke Donna Walker Nancy Walker Jeff Walton ROW 3 Donald Warncr Chuck Weiher Mary Watson Mary Weiner Karen Welch Linda Welch Joycc Welday ROW 4 Gary Welling Paul VVells John Westling Kitty Wheaton Marsha Wheaton Sharon White Mike Wisc ROW 5 Karolyn Witek Charles Woodland Johnny Woodland Dorothy Young Stan Zamaria Sharon Zeimer John Zwiez , WYE 1 HU UWB YEAR il --M The lltdrwrrtmltera The Student Council is the governing organi- zation of the student body, and any problem of the school is a matter for its consideration and action. The members of Student Council are rep- resentatives of the student body selected by their homerooms, and it is necessary that they main- tain a MC" average or better. The officers are selected by a nominating committee, and all except the president are elect- ed by the council. The president is elected by the entire student body. The eouncil's activities this year included the initiation of noon-time programs and the presen- tation of an assembly describing the functions of the clubs at S. l-I. S. Other activities were the sponsoring of Twirp Week and the Twirp dance, and conducting Homecoming. This year the officers attended a safety meeting held at Kent State University. The president of the group was Ed Wein- mang vice-president, Donna Coleman, secretary, Maryanna Michlg treasurer, Lou Ann Henderson' and sergeant-at-arms, Jack Binkley. 1 Leading the Student Council this year are: front row, Ed Weinman, president, and Donna Cole- man, vice-presidentg middle row, Jack Binkley, sergeant-at-arms, back row, Lou Ann Henderson, treasurer, and Maryanna Michl, secretary. FQZEFZTEEM -- ti5CJU'i'i'l Eine l fs ii fit ii tl The Steubenville High School Forum is com- posed of senior students who are interested in the discussion of various topics of current interest. Members present discussions to adult groups and also take part in the ulunior Town Meeting of the Airj, which is broadcasted over .radio station WWVA. One of its activities this year was a visit to Muskingum College in November for the annual Drama and Poetry Clinic. Each year the Forum sponsors the Sadie Hawkins Dance. This year's dance, which was entitled 'Hillbilly Havenji was highlighted by a L'l'eud" between the Hatfields and the McCoys. The officers were president, Dean Altizer, vice-president, James McClain, recording secre- tary, Helen Carpenter, corresponding secretary, Sharon Wilson, treasurer, Paul Brandt, and chap- lain, Fred Smith. Miss Margaret Denison is the capable advisor of the club. The Forum officers are as follows: front Dean Altizer, president, and Jim McClain, vice- presidentg middle row, Paul Brandt, treasurer, and Fred Smith, chaplaing back row, Helen Carpenter, recording secretary, and Sharon Wilson, corres- ponding secretary. row, in n lf W' . i3i7Q?Vil'2'5fS'i"fE CV? HUUTOTTOW The Steubenville Science Society is a newly formed club this year. Its aims are to create and fulfill more interest in science among the students. One of the main projects of the year was the formation of a technical science library. Dur- ing the year, the club had industrial personnel speak at the meetings. Members also went on various field trips. This year officers were president, Terry Seeseg vice-president, Paul Brandtg secretary, Nancy Hugusg and treasurer, Becky Wood. The club is under the faculty leadership of Mr. John Pergi and Mr. Thomas Graf. The Steubenville High School Astronomers Association was formed for the purpose of dis- cussing stars, constellations, planets, space travel, and rockets. Its members frequently view films on these subjects. The club also discussed the operation and construction of telescopes. During the year, many of the members constructed their own telescopes, which they used to observe interesting things in the heavens. Trips were taken by the club to the Buhl Planetarium and other Observatories. Mr. Thomas Graf is the advisor of the club and the officers were president, Kent Kinds- vatterg vice-president, James Andersong secretary, Jennie Wellsg and treasurer, Ronald Walters. ' , 9-5, ,,,E,B- M. mitcitzast iftfez testes S rj, 1 rw. :Q T " K W F li'-ff 'Q 1--1' I "'- ,W -'ifuffi 5 EJ ga EJ ea, 1 i . wal . r 1 The aim ofthe members of the Bible Club is to gain more knowledge and a better under- standing of the Bible, aiding in the building of a stronger character. T The study of the Bible, the worldis greatest book, took place in two separate parts this year. The first semester included a study of Bible characters while the second semester completed a study of the parables. The weekly meetings were opened with a business session, followed by a group study of the Bible. The club, advised by Mr. Benjamin Entwistle, provided a Thanksgiving assembly for the student body as its main project. The officers of the club were president, Madeline Browng vice-president, Kay Flemingg secretary, Marie Harris, treasurer, Marilyn McKinney, and chaplain, Linda Johnson. The members of the library staff assist Miss Rachel Freedman, the school librarian, in the managing of the library. Each member of this organization must be dependable, respectful of both teacher and student requests, and be a better than average student. The staff is also composed of students who are interested in reading and the managing of a library. The staff performs various services in the library. These include checking books, taking attendance, assisting students, replacing books on shelves, marking and keeping books in order, and checking those overdue. They also co-operate in maintaining discipline. "ln" l ' i 'K l l Officers of the Key Club from left to right are: Bob Porco, treasurerg Jim McClain, secretaryg Glenn Campbell, vice-presidentg and Bill Smittle, president. KEY lfflilb Me-- .junior Kiwanis The Key Club of Steubenville High School is composed of the 4fkey" boys from the sopho- more, junior, and senior classes. Since the mem- bership is on a selective basis, each boy must meet the standards established by the club. lt is sponsored by the Steubenville Kiwanis Club. The many activities and service projects of the Key Club included reading devotions over the P.A. system every morning, conducting cloth- ing and canned food drives, operating a conces- sion stand at the basketball games, helping with the Kiwanis rose sale, and aiding in the local Muscular Dystrophy drive. This year the clubis president was Bill Smit- tle. The other officers were vice-president, Glenn Campbell, secretary, Jim McClain, treasurer, Bob Porcog and chaplain, Tom Cunningham. Mr. T. W. Caskey is the faculty advisor. S8 , . . ' V. mv, . , . , -- ..'.. Mi-,fl -.I The assembly ushers are a group of senior girls who guide the students to their seats before each as- sembly. Each girl is assigned a regular position from which she maintains an orderly entrance of the stu- dents and directs them to their seats. ln return for these efforts to continue S.l-l.S.'s fine traditional assembly conduct, the girls are permitted to occupy front row seats. The girls, Who are chosen and directed by Mrs. Frances Rinner, also usher for evening programs. Their aim is to fulfill their duties in the most efficient manner. Under the direction of Mrs. Emogene McClain, the stadium ushers conduct fans to their seats at all home games. The same courtesy and greetings are extended to local fans and the followers of the visiting team. These ushers perform their duties under all weather conditions. This is strictly a service organization, and the ushers receive no pay or recognition for their fine efforts. The stadium ushers were Sophie Mastros, Jo Allen, Paula Calhoun, Helen Homick, Margie Ocken- houser, Sam Styles, Virginia Styles, Deanna DeSantis, Ginger Newman, Donna Ranallo, Pat Stephenson, Linda Carnahan, Anna Jacot, Mary Jane Arthurs, Pat Teaff, Pearl Reynolds, Donna Humes, Esther Chupa, and Marlene Ricks. 89 " l fe if ,fe ,Q , , - fy . .' 'ew- . . .. ., ,. . , ma,-.-,J . . As their name indicates, the Projectionists Club members learn how to run projectors and also to show movies and slides. Whenever movies are to be shown in individual classrooms or to the entire student body, the members of the Projectionists Club are called upon. A new service project taken on by the club this year was to run the projector for the movies shown by the Student Council for its noontime programs. Serving as president was Laraine Welsh. The other two officers were vice-president, Mich- ael Connerg and secretary, James Giles. The faculty advisor is Mr. Joseph Bell. l ,Yi To become acquainted with the various aspects and techniques of radio and television are the purposes of the S.H.S. Radio-TV Club, advised by Miss Thelma Taylor. The club's activities included a dance after one of the football games, a get-acquainted party, an hour long radio show every week, and several television shows. The annual banquet climaxed the year's activities. This yearis officers were president, Priscilla Findlayg vice-president, Kitty Kramerg secretary, Georgianna Aivialotisg treasurer, Patricia Whippleg historian, Laurel Fitzsimmonsg and public relations, Jay Robbins. if A study of the French language, history, and customs is the purpose of the S.H.S. French Clubs. Under the supervision of Mrs. Marguerite Snyder, the clubs have weekly meetings at which reports and in- formation about France and French subjects are given. The social activities of the clubs included a banquet and a picnic. A project of the clubs was mak- ing toys for distribution at Christmas time to the children in local hospitals. Serving as first year officers were president, Judy Lackey, vice-president, Carolyn Salerno, and secretary-treasurer, Larry Thompson. Serving as second year officers were president, George Merrick, vice-president. Linda Stevenson, secretary-treasurer, Wendy Supovitzg and program chairman, Sheila Mc- Cullough. ttLos Amigos," more commonly known as the Spanish Club, consists of two groups this year, sec- ond and third year Spanish students. The activities of the club this year included a Valentine Dance held after the Big Red-Central bas- ketball game, and two bake sales held at noon-time. The club also serenaded the students with Christmas carols sung in Spanish. The officers of the second year club were president, Anita White, vice-president, Pearl Reynolds, secretary, Diane Blake, treasurer, Gretchen Letzelter, chaplain, Elaine Huhng and sergeant-at-arms, George Milosevich. The officers of the, third year club were president, Sonja Novingtong vice-president, Jackie wig- gintong and secretary-treasurer, Kathy Caras. The faculty advisor of the club is Mr. Luis Fumero, 15 ' ' ' ' ' , ' To arouse and promote school spirit and to support the team are the purposes of the S.H.S. Pepper Club. This year the club participated in many projects which included selling buttons during football season, making posters for the halls, sponsoring buses to some away games, planning bonfires, and selling Big Red emblems. One of its main projects is the sponsoring of the UML Football Dancew at the end of the football season in honor of the team and coaches. l i l The officers of this year's club were president, Bette McClain, vice-president, Sophie Mas- trosg secretary, Ginger Newman, and treasurer, Barbara Maddux. Serving as faculty advisors were Mr. William Ellis and Mr. Joseph Quattrone. 5f.Il.f.,2lllE M- liiggghl' -I 'ferzim W in fi f "H 'ii ts. . W. V M .,,llfT,5a q iii. QT' a M- inrroiae The Senior Latin Club, more commonly known as "Rinner's Romans," has as its faculty advisor Mrs. Frances Rinner. The main purpose of this club is to broaden its members' knowledge ofthe Roman language and customs. The officers of the club this year were president, Paul Fen- tong vice-president, Lynne Hopkinsg secretary, Joyce Montgomeryg treasurer, Terry Trimmerg and sergeant-at-arms, Priscilla Findlay. The activities ofthe club included a Christmas party, a trip to the Buhl Planetarium, and its traditional Roman Banquet. To further its study of Latin is the purpose of the Sophomore Latin Club. Its activities included helping a needy family at Christmas, making projects for the Latin festival at the Buhl Planetarium. and having a Saturnalia party. This year's officers were president, Kay Parkerg vice-president, Gary Cvianmarcog secre- tary, Betty Harrisg and treasurer, Charles Danley. These officers were ably advised by Mrs. Frances Rinner. T W- 3 Qeirne, 93 sd?h.,iiNiQiii.wc'1r "' cr? -f.- will Very active as a service club was this year s Junior-Senior Y-Teen Club. Its projects included a party at the Sunshine of Roosevelt School, the donation of baskets to the needy at Thanksgiving, and hand-made favors for the Home ed Women at Easter. The club also works in conjunction with the H1-Y on the Easter Sunrise Services and the annual Coronation Ball. Officers for the Junior-Senior Y-Teens were president, Judy Poffg vice-president, Jo Alleng secretary, Linda Raberg treasurer, Sharon Wilson. Mrs. Mary Coleman is the club's faculty advisor. Working on a separate basis from the Senior Y-Teen Club for the second consecutive year, the Freshman-Sophomore Teens have sponsored such projects as a Christmas party for the underprivileged children, and a program at the Home the Aged. The club also aided in the Cancer Drive. The club was headed by Betty Harris, president. Other officers were vice-president, Kay Parkerg secretary, Lynn and treasurer, Diane Bilby. The faculty advisor is Mrs. Marguerite Snyder. ".-'1,.l'i5,.Jff?i H3 F il. fa dia' il li xg The Future Nurses Club is comprised of junior and senior girls who are interested in nursing as a career. To acquaint its members with the many aspectsof the nursing profession, the club devotes each meet- ing to a different field of nursing. The club also takes trips to various hospitals in order to give the girls a better picture of hospital life. Miss Mary Tarr is the faculty advisor of the club, other advisors are Mrs. Edward Weinman and Mrs. Michael Yukevich, who represent the Jefferson County Medical Auxiliary. The officers of the club were president, Kay Haggerty, vice-president, Donna McConnell, record- ing secretary, Donnzi Clancyg corresponding secretary,Mara Lynn Stern, and treasurer, Pearl Reynolds. The Future Teachers of America is composed of students in the ninth through twelfth grades who are considering teaching as a career. During the year, the club visited colleges, observed classes in session, and substituted for absent teachers. Under the capable leadership of Miss Helen Brown, its faculty advisor, the club also helped a needy family at Thanksgiving and Christmas. This year's officers were president, Virginia Reynolds, vice-president, Mary Ann Bush, secretary, Lou Ann Henderson, treasurer, Terry Smith, and historian, Barbara Elias. 'fEducation, Service, Progress," is the motto of the Future Business Leaders of America. The club is advised by Mr. Steven Brinsko. Each member attends school in the morning and works in the afternoon. The activities of the club included the Annual Employer-Employee Dinner, which was held in the spring. Members did typing for local civic and service organizations and for faculty members. This year F.B.L.A. sold sweat. shirts to the students of the high school. They also held a record hop and a bake sale at Sears. 1 1 ' 1 T , The president of the club was Norina Domanico. Other officers were vice-president, Barbara Mc- Avoy, secretary, Donna Ranallog and treasurer, Mildred Stewart. Promotion of greater interest in retailing and the cultivation of appreciation of the salespersonis re- sponsibility to the community are the purpose of Steubenville Chapter of the Distribution Education Clubs of America. The entire membership of the club attended the Regional Convention in Columbus this year, and representatives were sent to the State and National Conventions. A feature of the year's activities was the annual Employer-Appreciation Banquet. This year's officers were president, Sandra Dalesiog vice-president, James Van Dyne, secretary, Ruth Six, treasurer, Joanne Stewart, reporter, Rosalie Chulick, parliamentarian, John Caniffg and historian, Jerry Owens. The club advisor is Mr. Robert Behnke. The 1959 Steuben is made available to you through the combined efforts of the entire staff, working under the co-editors, Elaine Huhn and Bob Porco, along with the cooperation of the asso- ciate editors, Gretchen Letzelter and Bill Smittle. The business manager was Paul Brandt, while trouble-shooters were Joyce Montgomery and John Strother. The Steuben Staff is then divided into eight smaller staffs, each composed of select seniors. Each staff, under the direction of an editor or co- editors, is responsible for a specific part of the Steuben and its production. The staffs are clubs and organizations, advertising, special features, faculty and administration, circulation, underclass- men, seniors, and sports. Our typists were seldom idle. All of these staff members, under the expert guidance of Mr. J. T. Maltese, have worked hard to produce this yearis Steuben, which we present to you as "the best yetf, Every year the members of the staff look for- ward to presenting the Steuben Assembly. This assembly was written and produced by the edi- torial staff and directed by the circulation manager. The assembly this year was entitled uThrough the Years-100 of Them," signifying the hundred years prior to 1959 at S.H.S. The purpose of this assembly was to interest students in purchasing the Steuben. Pictured, seated left to right, are: Paul Brandt, business manager, Dean Altizer, advertising man- ager, and Joyce Montgomery, trouble shooter. Standing, left to right, are: Glenn Campbell, cir- culation manager, and John Strother, trouble shooter. 'man :,,..,',- ur, ti- ,:...,. , , .v , . ,- .-I V -, The S.H.S. orchestra is shown entertaining the audience during intermission of the Senior Play. The Steubenville High School Orchestra, un- der the direction of Mr. Edward J. Pales, is the string music representative of S.H.S. ln the past years this group has presented annual Christmas and spring concerts, and has made many appear- ances playing for assemblies at Harding and Grant Junior High Schools. Musical performances are also given at the Junior and Senior Plays, assem- blies, and Baccalaureate. The officers of the organization this year were president, Terry Seeseg vice-president, Irene Macrig secretary-treasurer, Nina Browng and ser- geant-at-ams, George Smith. 'Tj wh g, Q, , ,gg , , ' 5,7 H,,g:h s :.,Q,. Hi 'Y Promoters of Fe owsha The Hi-Y Club is an affiliate of the YMCA. When's refreshment time? The goals of the Steubenville Hi-Y are to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the home, school, and community. Among the money-raising projects the Hi-Y instituted were the maintenance of a parking lot at Christmas time, co-sponsorship of the L'Coro- nation Ball" with the Y-Teens, and a dance after one of the football games. Leading the club was president, Glenn Camp- bell. Serving in the other offices were vice-presi- dent, Bill Smittleg secretary, Robert Moyers, treas- urer, Jack Binkleyg chaplain, Dave Hope, and sergeant-at-arms, Robert Dorsey. The faculty ad- visor is Mr. William Croskey. UNHQR RED CRQSS M- Helping Hands I Y 1 I 1 1 i I S 1 Y R may sw 46,525 - ye,.a1f.+ . in ' ' gn 2 whwaraq .fiifwixf e M 2 W .L 5:22 ki, - 2' 'SYM -nss:aaaE'Ea" a?" M .... Z 5 . fi' ..,, E gs 1-aw 2 ' sfi4'?3 k Q +P HU Um YEAR . fx - X .fr I. I Y ,f ' A . N ' fx 4" V A t-K , I , N-, A Left to right: Hal Paul, Walt 0wens, Chuck Watt, Abe Bryan, Ray Hoyman, and Gus DelR0sa. Coaches A coach's greatness is determined by his team's success. The football coaches of Steubenville Big' Red well deserve special recognition for the '58 season, which can best be illus- trated by the stellar record compiled by the varsity, reserve, and freshman squads. Led by Head Coach Hal Paul, the coaches devoted much of their time and effort to producing three fine teams, the caliber of which any school would be proud. Assisting Coach Paul were Abe Bryan, who coached the backfields for the varsity and reserves, Chuck NVatt, who coached the v a r s i ty tackles, ends, and reserve linemen, Ray Hoyman, who coached the de- fensive line, Gus DelRosa, who coach- ed the varsity centers, guards and the freshmen linemen, and XValt Owens, who coached the varsity punters and freshman backfield. Varsity Football The Big Red of Steubenville High has once again reached the heights of a major football pow- er in the state of Ohio. While playing a schedule filled with some of the State's top opponents, the Paulmen compiled a favorable 7-3 record. In the final AP poll, the Stubbers finished in a tie for eighteenth place among Ohio's elite. A devastating offense combined with a stone- wall defense led the Stubbers to their best season since 1953. The dazzling offense produced 211 points while the opponents were limited to just over a single touchdown per game! Congratulations are in order for Head Coach Hal Paul, his coaching staff, the thirteen senior members of the squad, and the entire varsity. They have once again achieved the success which has been gained by Big Red gridders of the past, and made the 1958 season one of which every- one can be proud. i 19.58 Bottom Row: Lionel Lindsey, Ed ningham, Jim Roach, Wally Neel, Middle Row: David Jeter, Julius Deiderich, Tom Feist, Chuck Top Row: Paul, Scipio, John Jack Bonur, Gary Underwood, Guy Leafs Go Big Red Barberton's Bob Burroughs about to be buried Wally Neel fights fer extra yardage in Weirlon by host of Big Red tacklers. game action. Big Red Varsity X 5 gm H X -A ,I wg, 5' 1 Ziyi Qi wk? 2 I , vb: vga?- f X? i f A We Ale Big Reel An end sweep goes for naught. 30-COLUMBUS CENTRAL-0 The Stubbers started the 758 season in convincing fashion as they subdued the Pirates with a spectacular second half splurge. Tom Cunningham and Bob Cross- ley headed the attack as each scored two touchdowns. The hard-charging Big Red defense asserted itself by holding Columbus to seven first downs. 7--WEIRTON-13 Out-scored, but not out-fought, the Stubbers dropped a heartbreaker to Weirton, 13 to 7. After two first period T.D.'s by Weirton, Big Red's stalwart defense held the Red Riders in check. Bob Crossley scored Big Redls lone T.D. on a seven yard pass from Jim Roach. 24--DAYTON DUNBAR-6 Despite injuries to four starters, Big Red overpowered Dayton Dunbar for its second victory, 24 to 6. A dazz- ling pass attack combined with the Big Red speed set up the victory over the Wolverines. Crossley, Neel, and Simmons scored the Big Red's touchdowns. Simmons, touchdown was on a 32-yard pass from Roach. 7-MASSILLON-l 9 Big Red went down to another heartbreaking defeat at the hands of the powerful Massillon Tigers, 19 to 7. After trailing at halftime, Big Red scored on a pass from Roach to Crossley to assume a lead of 7 to 6. Two touchdowns in the last quarter clinched the victory for Massillon. 42-AKRON HOWER-6 Big Red swept to its third victory in five starts by walloping Akron Hower, 42 to 6. Wally Neel scored an Sl-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. He later went on to score 3 more T.D.'s. Big Red's hounding defense held the Buccaneers in check until the last minute of play. 22-CANTON MCKINLEY-0 The Stubbers, classy defense held potentially power- ful Canton McKinley to five first downs as they com- pletely outclassed the invading Bulldogs, 22 to 0. This victory earned Big Red a place as one of Ohiois better teams. Weinman, Milosevich, and Roach scored the touchdowns while Cunningham plunged for the extra points. l 1 Reserve Football Freshman Foofbcall Team Varsity Bcisketlocill The Big Red basketball coaching staff again produced three fine teams. The staff included Chuck Watt, Ang Vaccaro, and Walt Owens. :Xnother highly succesful court season went in- to the record books during the 1958-59 season as Ang Vaccaro guided the classy Brig Red hoopsters to an overall record of l8 wins and only 5 losses. Under the wizardry of Coach Vacicaro, the Stub- bers won the O.V.A.C. Triple A cihramrpionship and the sectional tourney before being defeated by New Phiilaclelphia in the district finals, Coach Vaccaro, in his 13th season as varsity mentor, again miadc the most out of a predomi- nantely junior squad that was considered by many to be a year away from potential greatness. By comfbining' speed with the shooting ability of Sandy Vtfilliams and Phil Musgrave, Ang again molded a fine court combination which could be considered a credit to any school. The Stuibbers were led this year by Sandy Wil- liams, who became the most prolific scorer in Big Redls history with S68 points in one season, and Phil Musgrave, who constantly averaged close to 20 points a game when he was available for full-time duty. A late season spurt that consisted of ten straight victories, including tour in the tension-riddled tournament actiion, seems to cnihance the possi- bility of a state championship conitender. Next year the entire squad returns with the exception of George Milosevich, the squad's fine senior forward. 1959 Big Red Varsity The 1256-S9 Big ,Red basketball team consisted of, left to right kneeling, Jim Hill, Terry Trim- mer, Dixie Dudukovich, Captain Sandy Williams, Larry Sizemore, Dave Hutter, and John Ander- song standing, Phil Musgrave, Jim Niederhuber, Dave Jenkins, Jim Conrad, Jim Baker, George Mllosevich, and William Greenlee. til t Nl If tif 76 UFS Bti 52 56 -l B 'ltr 5 I tsl H5 ,742 NJ 'U 'lfx MS tim UU fitv Stores Mingo V Follansbee Cuyahoga Falls Pittsburgh Schenley Columbus South Mingo Martins Ferry Weirton Steubenville Central Youngstown South Bellaire Canton Lincoln Weirton Columbus West Dover Steubenville Central Follansbee Martins Ferry Tournaments Wintersville East Liverpool Wellsville Bellaire St. Johns New Philadelphia Managers w , Ab. 62 LN 1: .V 4 tw? so Sl ill al ntl T2 il ffl: S, .W T 4 5 F - w ll NU lv ii 7,1 Anderson fights for the rebound. The Big Red varsity basketball managers are Ray Poole and Ed Smith Action In We-trton Game 2 will ai 61-MINGO-38 Big Red opened its '58-'59 season by defeating the Mingo Indians by a 61 to 38 margin, Captain Sandy Williams led the Stubber attack by scoring 29 points and pulling in 27 rebounds. 84-FOLLANSBEE-62 Big Red swept to its second straight victory by defeating a stubborn Follansbee quintet 84 to 62. Phil Musgrave and Sandy Williams paced Big Red's scoring by collecting 34 and 26 points re- spectively. 62-CUYAHOGA FALLS-48 The Stubbers put win number three on the boards when they humbled the tall but somewhat hesitant Falls basketeers by the score of 62 to 48. Williams again led the Vaccaromen with 15 points. 62-PITTSBURGH SCHENLEY-63 Big Red, hampered by the absence of Musgrave, dropped its first game of the season in an exciting overtime battle against a crack Pittsburgh quintet. High point man was Williams with 23. 76--COLUMBUS SOUTH-63 Led by the 1-2 scoring punch of Williams and Musgrave, who contributed 51 points between 120 them, the Stubbers got back on the winning track with an easy win over the capital city team. 68-MINGO-59 The Stubbers notched win number five by de- feating the Mingo Indians again by the score of 68 to 59. Williams led all scorers with 31 points. 56-MARTINS FERRY-51 Cashing in on foul-line opportunities and a 17 point outburst by Dixie Dudukovich, Big Red de- feated the Martins Ferry Purple Riders by the tune of 56 to 51. 52-WEIRTON-50 Win number seven went into the record books as the Vaccaromen copped a thrilling victory over Weirton, 52 to 50. Williams with 17 and Mus- grave with I3 points paced the Stubber attack. 56--CENTRAL-44 With Musgrave and Williams combining for 43 points between them, the Catholic Central Cru- saders proved no match for the Stubbers. This was Big Red's filth straight victory. 43-YOUNGSTOWN SOUTH-50 Big Red journeyed to Youngstown and dropped a close decision to the South Buccaneers, 50 to 43. With Williams lost on fouls and Musgrave sidelined, the Stubbers couldn't quite catch the South basketeers. 77-BELLAIRE-72 The Stubbers combined their fast break and foul-line accuracy to defeat Bellaire 77 to 72 in a high scoring contest. Williams scored 35 points to lead the Vaccaromen. 46-CANTON LINCOLN-51 Although outscoring the Canton Lincoln Lions in field goals, Big Red lost out at the foul-line as the Lions won the closely contested game 51 to 46. Williams scored 25 in the slow-moving contest. 5 1-WEIRTON-70 With Weirton connecting on 54 percent of its shots, the Stubbers dropped a 70 to 5l decision to the Red Riders at the Weirton Community Cen- ter. 61-COLUMBUS WEST-55 The Stubbers snapped their two game losing streak by 'whipping the tall Cowboys from Colum- bus West in a thriller 61 to 55. Williams countered 25 points to again lead the attack. 85-DOVER-74 Big Red soared to its highest point total of the season by smothering the Dover Tornadoes 85-74. Hitting on 53 percent of their shots, the Vaccaro- men were never headed. 75-CENTRAL--55 The Stubbers came back after one night of rest to defeat arch--rival Catholic Central 75 to 55. Williams and Musgrave led the attack with 28 and 21 points respectively. 84--FOLLANSBEE--55 Hitting on fifty percent of its shots, Big Red outscored the Follansbee Blue Wave by 29 points and easily captured victory number thirteen. Wil- liams led all scorers with 24 points. 7 6-MARTINS FERRY-75 The Stubbers climaxed a successful season by defeating the Purple Riders 76 to 75 in a thrilling contest that ended an exciting court campaign. Williams with 36 and Musgrave with 19 led the attack. , 4 , ,K A. V .,A.., . ,. .., , ', ., , . ,. , . V. 2 n.-'5.,-955201 Escxseizsosii Hurlers warm up! the dugout! Hurd, Fast High Une A worms eye view! 125 llllhestling Squad The Big Red wrestlers kneeling in the first row are: John Reitz, Jack Bonar, Julius Mayo, Mac Overmeyer, Bob johnson, John Rhodes, and Paul Cunningham. Second row standing are: Don Speaker, Tom Switzer, Bob Schaefer, Fred Cornelius, Bill Barren, James Smith, and manager Paul Fenton. Third row standing are: George Robinson, Larry Smooit, Paul Scipio, Rhuelle Mitchell, Dewey Visnic, and Willie Simmons. After losing a greater part of the squad tlirough graduation, the wrestling' team, coached by Gus Del Rosa, succeeded in winning two matches of a rougli eight-match schedule. Having only two let- ternurn from last year's squad, Coach Del Rosa put into action a rebuilding program by recruiting fresh- men and sophomore athletes. Among the individual standouts were julius Mayo, Robbie Robinson. Bob Johnson, and Bob Schaefer. The inatmen ranked fifth in O.V.A.C. with Julius Mayo and Rob Schaefer reaching the semi-finals in the district tournament. VVith only four seniors on the squad, Coach Del Rosa should have a strong nucleus of eight return- ing letterxnen for next year's squad. VVith this nuc- leus, hopes are high for a successful season next vear. Johnson Works for a pin. 126 Up and over. Gall "Fore" VVith three straight OVAC championships in the record books, the 1959 golf team was again favored to establish itself as the leading golf agregation in thc Ohio Valley and the immed- iate district. 'With two returning regulars from last year's team, which finished eighth in the satte tournament, Coach Ahe Bryan again has the nucleus to finish high among O'hio's best. Sprinklcd with many promising underclass- men, the varsity golf team is comprised of Russ vlimeson, Don Ogrizovich, and Ed Soho- lcwski-scniorsg Paul Stead and Randy Dun- klc-juniorsg Jim Looman, Dave Bizik, jack Bouar, Gary Kesig, and John MlllIllS-SCJ17llO- omores: and Nick Ogrizovich, Roy McFar- land, Dave Rush, and Jim Becker-f-fresh- men. The master and his prodigies. ,,.,,....q,zMM. , was l. NNW.. V if 1 , xx xx ' 'Q ' My ,L JV H ' E ' A f V L V ,,,. e H Y i f H . Q , 1 mm fs I 'fx I 7 'li ggi , i ' at ' Ur, Awwj, lk A Q? Mr" fbi, f' . 'Q First row left to right: Paul Stead, Russ Jimeson, Don Ogrizovich, Ed Sobolewskig second row: Nick Ogrizovich, Jack Bonar, Jim Looman, Dave Bizik, Randy Dunklcg third row: Abe Bryan, Gary Kesig, Bill Mc- Pherson, David Rush, jim Becker, jack Minnis. 127 T rem lt leexm Left to right, first row: Russell Jeter, Dick Dever, Rufus Simmons, Tom Cunningham, Wally Neel, Larry Sizemore, Leonard Buckle, Ray Williams, Bob Johnson, and DavidJeter. Left to right, second row: Bill Atkinson, Bill Johnson, Larry Terry, Dick Stratton, Leon Lindsay, Paul Scipio, John Palios, Hubert Terry, Jay DeFallo, Chuck McMasters, Keith Dewey, Don Speaker, Guy Starr, Jim Council, Jim Evans, jim Crane, jim Baker, Willie Simmons, and Paul Pyle. .Ns flie tliird year of Couch Hal Pauls rebuilding Dl'UgI'2llll looms ahead. the 1959 track team looks forward to its L3 scheduled meets. The l3 returning cindermen from last ye'ar's squad will constitute the nucleus of Paul's effort. The mile and lialf-mile relay hopes will be pinned on Toni fliiiiiiiiigliaiii, jim Baker, Rufus Simmons, and Wally' Neel. Larry Sizemore and Neel are again the cliief hurdlers xvliile Bernie Lewis and Clllllllllighlilll tackle the weight events. Dick Dever and Russell Jeter are the mile men, and Julius Mayo and Lenny Buckle are the half milers, Mayo and Simmons will also undergo the middle distances. VVitli this returning experience it's ei good bet that the Big Refl tliinelads will he recognized in the Oliio Valley as the team to beat. Neel clears the low hurdle. Milers start the long udashf' l28 The six reserve eheerlcaders, showing much ener- gy and enthusiasm, kept spirits soaring at the ree serve basketball games. They were chosen hy Mrs, llarhara Bills, Cheerleading eoach, and Dr. M. li. Gardner, along with several of the coaches. Their outfits eonsiistefl of bermuda length red and black skirts which were matched by red bloussant blouses. They are left to right: Cassandra Edwards, Mildred Mellish, Mary Jane Starr, Sandy Marini, Linda Stevenson, and Diane lylontgomery. This year's peppy varsity cheering squad was composed of four seniors, four juniors, and one sophomore. The girls led the cheering at all the games. They partigipated in the pep rallies and bon fires, helping' to imiake them a huge success. They looked snappy in black pleated skirts and tailored white blouses with vivid red sweater vests. Big Red is very proud of its cheerleaders who did much to keep the sehool spirit running' high. The girls from left to right are: Row 1: Donna Claniey, Lynn Morgan, Karen Tosi. Row Z: Maryanna Michl, Donna Coleman, Sandy Robinson. Row 3: Beekie Borden, Sally Edgar, Pat Werkin. Q M' is , , 0 , , sg- tk 43 va me M :ik 4, 'ns YQ' Q 5' 'Qs , f z.. A 2 x f .,,,.,,l v 4 O J Wm kk M. . '55, f 5 4 4 K fx nf 4 4 Q mln UW YEAR S S.H.S. Classroom-1859. 'Through the years-One Hundred of Themf, a fanciful farce from the time of the first graduating class of 1859 to the present class of 1959, was presented as the eighth annual Steuben Assembly on November 18, 1958. The voice of 'tSchool Spirit," aided by two teenage girls, led the audience through the portrayal of 100 years of S.H.S. school life. Among the highlights of the 1959 assembly were a square dance scene at the old Wells Farm, an interpretation of Louis Prima and Keely Smith, and the Black Bottom. Several commercials, written by members of the Steuben Staff, were presented during the Assembly. The Assembly closed with the entire cast singing the theme song of the 1959 Steuben As- sembly to the tune of "Vo1aref' ? Tom Dooley-Doomed! Strike up the band! Swing your partner. Best dressed hlllbllhes! The annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, sponsored by the Forum was held in the S.H.S. gym on November 21, 1958. The theme uHillbilly Haven" was carried out in the hillbilly figures on the side Walls. The corners included a 'this and hersi, outhouse, an out-door washing scene and the Hillbilly Haven Church. Couples were Hhitchedw by Marryin, Sams, Mr. John Pergi, Mr. Thomas Graf, and Mr. William Croskcy. Helen Carpenter and Paul Brandt were chosen as Daisy Mae and Li,1 Abner. Second prize winners were Virginia Reynolds and Dave Pesuit. Angela Ragusa and Bill Fournier were the third prize winners. The attendance at this year's Sadie Hawkins Dance was the biggest in the event's history. Getting hitched. , , Sheer tragedy! The Steubenville High School Junior Class Play, under the direction of Miss Dorothy Daugherty, was l 1nte on December 9 in the S.H.S. auditorium. 'SJ une Wedding," a three-act comedy, was written by Marijane and Joseph Hayes. The story revolves around the Perry family during the week of Linda Perryls marriage to Gordon Gavin. Dand Perry, Lindals sixteen year old sister, adds to the complications when she gets the idea that Gordon doesn't love These complications are followed by a chain of events whichleads the play to an unusual ending. The cast included Janet Wood, Gary Rogers, Barbara Kessler, Lynda Thomas, Robert Schoppe, Sophia Mast Carolyn Rietz, Pat Jordan, Julia Cusack, Patricia Griffin, Bill Atkinson, James Rayl, Bill Weisberger, and James Woolf - 5 E Getting ready. "Sisters" Why d0n't you believe me? A happy ending. K "Fantasy in Frost" "Fantasy in Frost"-A magical world of fantasy and frost, was presented as the theme of the 1958 Senior Prom. Couples entered through a huge snowball into a winter wonderland. A white Christmas tree stood in the center he gym. Adorning the various corners were icy winter scenes including a skating scene, a huge snowman, a wood- scene, and the orchestra of Lee Barret. Glittering silver and gold snowflakes hung suspended from the ceiling, bleachers were concealed by silver and gold evergreens. ' The prom committee was headed by co-chairman Anna Jacot and Paul Brandt. Pat Werkin served as decorations Mr. John Pergi and Mr. Thomas Graf advised the production of the prom. The never-to-be-forgotten evening was climaxed by an after-glow held at the Masonic Temple, under the direc- of Mrs. Emogene McClain. As the evening came to a close and the couples slowly departed into the early morning dawn, there were many memories of the wonderful evening spent at the 1958 Christmas Prom. Hard workers. Admlflng the scenery. Under the sparkling snowflakes. Starry-eyed. The 1959 Senior Play cast. The culprits are captured at last. Cordelia faintsx into the Captain's arms. On March 10, the class of 1959 presented its Senior Class play, entitled "Strange Boardersf' The play was directed by Mliss Eleanore Giles. The plot revolved around a scatter-brained spinster, Miss Cordelia Tuttle, who ran a boarding house on a wharf in Massachusetts. and who was a prime figure in the capture of a gang of well-known bank robbers. Virginia Reynolds played the lead role as Miss Cordelia Tuttle. The other members ofthe cast were: Mary Jane Artihurs, Donna Ranal- lo, Terry Smith, Bob Porico, Dominick D'Ales- sandro, John Strother, Paul Brandt, Beekie Borden, Pat VVcrkin. Bob Schaefer, Georgian- na Avialotis, Madeline Brown, Jerry Barilla, and Ronald DeMark. Twirp XNeek was held at Steubenville High School the week of March l6-20. The girls assumed the duties of the boys during these five days. The feminine members of S.H.S. made all dates and took care of the expenses. They escorted the boys to class, opened doors for them, carried books, and walked on the street side of the sidewalk. Violators of the rules of Twtirp W'eek were summoned into Kangaroo Court where their eases were presented before the jury. Bob Poi-eo presided as judge of Kangaroo Court. The Twirp VVeek Dance climaxed the week of fun. Barbara Blackshere and Hubert Terry reigned as queen and king of the Twirp Dance. Twirp Dance. Last of the red hot mama's! King and Queen--Hubert Terry and Barbara Blackshere 139 The seniors chose Pat Stephenson to reign as their Steuben Queen. Pat was secretary of Student Council and Steuben attendant her junior year. Serving as her attendants are Nancy Woods and Judy Poff. Nancy is treas- urer of A Cappella Choir and was a member of the Junior Play Cast. Judy is president ofthe Jr.-Sr. Y-Teens and was Steuben attendant her freshman year. i l l Chosen as a Steuben Queen for the second year is Nancy Hugus who is a majorctte and secretary of the Science Club. Her attendants are Sophia Mastros and Lynn Morgan. Sophia was a member of the Junior Play Cast and is vice-president of Pepper Club. Lynn is a varsity cheerleader and secretary of the Junior Class. l Mary Jane Starr was selected as the Sophomore Steuben Queen. She is a reserve cheerleader and a member of Y-Teens. JoAnn Drzayicli and Nancy Dever composed the sophomore court. JoAnn is a member of the band and an active participant in Student Council and Y-Teens, Nancy is president of her hoomroomand secretary of the Sophomore Class. 5 Patty Cocumelli serves as the Freshman Steuben Queen. Patty is a member of Student Council and Y-Teens. The freshman attendants are Millie DiMarcantonio and Pat Boothe. Millie is a member of the band and Student Council. Pat is secretary of the Freshman Class and a member of the band. it in ' 143 7' Me rand My Shadow. On May 8, 1959, the 100th graduating class of S.H.S. presented its Senior Assembly entitled "Fifty-nine Teleramaf' The theme was carried out and the various acts presented by such famous television personalities as Ed Sullivan, Alfred Hitchcock, Perry Como, and Steve Allen, portrayed by the four M.Cfs, Glenn Camp- bell, Bill Smittle, Jerry Barilla, and Bob Porco respec- tively. The acts ranged from an authentic Syrian Dance to vocal selection by a famous male quintet, the 'lGrads.'i The Girls. Side by Side. A146 The Grads. Other portions of this talented MTV" cast, in keeping with the theme, included a swinging rendition of several tunes by the '4Hi-Fi's," "Me and My Shadowi' tophat- and-cane style, several talented vocal and instrumental solos by various noted seniors, two baton-twirling scenes, and several comic pantomimes. The assembly reached its climax as the entire cast joined in the finale, singing a revised version of l'When the Saints Go Marching In" and the Alma Mater, as the curtain fell for the last time for the seniors. The Lollipops. Syrian Dancers 147 E I r 1 1 , 1 1 I 4:55 fx ,s arf, 534: K Q 1 5 2 2 5 3 MD QW YEAR x vm mxmvwwmnxmxxwnumummuxxxuxMumxw.nuvnnxumAA nwsxxwwnvxuxmnxMwn-vuuuxxxm' xnxxxmnuvuxwvnmmxnmxxxxxxwxnumnmnnnnxwsnsunwwx The Steuben Staff sincerely appreciates the fine cooperation of the merchants of the area who by advertising in the Steuben have made possible the addition of more engravings and color. 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