Steubenville High School - Crimsonite Yearbook (Steubenville, OH)

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Q Z Q 2 - .,. - It f . , 4 LLI - .I e Mi We the meinhers of the class of 15560, as we pass thruug'h this portal of knowledge for 4 spirit as when we entered four years ago. As then, we now push forward with confide secure in the knowledge that we leave not education hehind. for we know that learnin f -M, .. ,.. i t Q 7 1' 31 ' 1 'f A-uw., ef-If ' 9 .Sf " q:,Q1f.'I- ' .ov ' ' 1' t time, do so in the same the future - a confidence ontinuous process. ff . fb , ul X o Q., 1,77 K - o. , mo - xo. -N4 .nu 3, - ,--I 1 1 ' 1 4 K9 , 2 fe . S z fy Y-QN E 'fi-A J ff' O Mx X 1 iixkxl-Q' ,ff 7 X112 if 3 ff O J 5 A Z , O A ,N - ' o ----- P ' 'Q X . Q lx, , x -xx . Xgx. 1960 Steubenville High School Steubenville, Ohio STEUBEN 'J fs FOREWORD Education inevitably must have the classroom as its origin and focal point. It is here that we obtain a thor- ough training in the sciences. languages. and arts. Granted that formal education is derived from the classroom, it is the theory of the l960 Steuben staff that a great deal of the knowledge necessary to exist in these complex times is garnered from those activities which are associated with the school. The 1960 Steuben staff has therefore pursued this as its theme and in word and picture here presents the proof that learning is. indeed, a continuous process in the classroom, in school-sanctioned co-curricular activities, in part-time occupations, and in the companionship of fellow students. 1959-1960 was an outstanding year for S.H.S. lts students were acclaimed near and far. We invite you to scan these pages and recall how you. too, were an integral part in establishing that "Learning is a Con- tinuous Process." .nut ' x Q '. mf A 1 I Y ' v.'-15 4 1 'Q' "Q . i 4 4' D f 1 gf' ' U -...ff-" A . - EARNING is A -O - HL' I 'X X' NUNU 'avhg rr QL, . ,. .fn A X he PRO I . I A z...:i' . 2,39 V' ' ':-4,.v'- 'K ,. eff ' f ' w. 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' ,111 ' f 5 PROCESS ,Riff I'!L, I 'x 0, 1? Leonard Gould Buckle gained Co-Valedictory Yaledictorian honors in the class of 1960 by maintaining a perfect 4.0 average while carrying five academic subjects each semester. His academic honors extended beyond the high school as he placed eighth in the Ohio General Scholarship Test and 437 in the National Merit Scholarship Test. Besides maintaining academic excellence. Leonard was Co-Editor of the Steuben, Presi- dent of the Radio-TV Club, Chairman of the Senior Banquet Committee. a member of both prom committees, the Senior Play Cast. and the Varsity Track Team and attended Buck eye Boys State X altdittorian If N XRD I Ol 111131 t im of the cliss of 1960 by maintaining an iycri c of '4 An ictiyt student in md out of school he held the Dositions of Clirmet ll vyith thc Wheel in Symphony Orchcstri and Concertmcisttr yyith the All Ohio X illey Band In addition to his acidcmic and musical hon ors he yy is 1 four year member of the high school Band and Orchestra Associite Editor of the Steuben ind 1 member of the Junior Prom Committee R1dioTX Club and the S1 ma S1 ma Si ma IYNN IPI' 'WORCXN Miss Lynn Lee Morgan tied for the honor of Valedictorian in the 1960 graduating class by ilso maintaining a straight A average In addition to obtaining this honor Lynn has been very active in co curricular activities She was the other Co Editor of the 1960 Steuben a Varsity Cheerleader a member of the Home comin Court a Steuben Oueen attendant in her sophomore and junior years and the Lions Preyicvy Oueen She was 1 member of the Jun ior and Senior Prom Committees Secretary of her Junior Class and Home Room President in her ophomore and junior years Salutatorian DXX ID Rll II XRD Pl'Sl ll v. l .l -l . 4 ' ' ' ' W Y V A A . 4 1 1 A li A L 1 I .. . . 7 I ,I . . - . . .. qs, - ' , K. ' B" I Q - ' ' Q . ' fe ' . z - ' s . ' ' 1" . 1, 10.1, I ' , ' 'KLE v l . . . , L . ' David Richard Pesuit won honor as Salutitor- 'z I' .' 1" ' 2" age -.82l. ' - 5 1 ' -' y -- , ' Q ' ' xx- L - 1 Qi- s A - ' - 'z ' ' . I .. Q 3 . 1. - '15 1 --'ez 1 ' ' ' . z 1 - ' ' . 1 .Q , Q I x . 'Q' 'sz' 'gn . . 67257 QJlQf6if'7f1C completion of the pie caahecl subyects xx 1th hah honors One asteaask andacates gaadua taon xx 1th honoa The tuflents aae lasted alphabetacallw Bake Carol Banks Geor e ann Baraeh Barbara Barn a P atriea a Bell Raymond Baanehana Claudia Bl aeleshere Barbara Bloomer Susan Boyd Alaee Blown El aane Buckle Leonard Bush Marx Ann Campbell Marlene Caras Katherine Carlson Nlancx Coleman Donna Conn Carole Cox Edward Cunnan ham Eva Cunnan h am T hom as Cusack Julia Durban Barbara Dxlee 'Vlarx Fenslee Carole Fenton Paul Fournier Wallaam G arof alo Domenaea Getsehman Betta Gallsex RONel'T1ll'N Gloxer C arolxn Gossett. Je an H'aines. M'ari'an H'alm Sus'an Henderson. Lou Ann Hilli'ard. 'Vl'ary Horniewicz. Alice Horniewicz. Donna Howcroft. Michele Huffman. Sarah Hutter. David Jones. Dolores Kaufmann. Kathryn Kell. Joanne Kni-ht. S'al y Kummer. Lynn Latimer. Pat Lucas. J'anice Lubr'an. Albert Lutton. M'ar:ery Ly nd. Karen Page 19 Mackinaw Rita Macra Irene Marunach Ruth Mastros Sophia Mata Diane Maxwell Virginia McElroy Marx McHugh Vicki Machl Marvanna Masselwatz Carolxn Morvan Lvnn Morgan Ronald Morris Betty Neel Wallace Naederhuber James Oliver Jacquelxn Olavato Catherine Pesuat David Peterson Garx Peterson Jean Priest Georvaa Randolph Robert Raetz Carolxn Ro ers Gary Salerno Carolxn Sawaelea Pfatracaa Schoppe Robert Seese Sharon Salberman Lois Sinclair Dohrman Sizemore Larry Snyder. Brenda St'aib James Staib Robert St'arr. Donna Stuck Nlorm'a Sunyoaer Carolyn Switzer Thomas Thomas. Lynda Thomas. Stephen Trimmer Terry Viola Emilia Waddell. Robert Weisberger. William Whisman Juanita Williams Judith Wise Sylvia Wood Rebecca Zesi er Gary J - 1 4 O' 1 Heaexaath the Steuben lists the upper third of the Class of 1960. Two asteaasks 111Ci1C3.t6 is i. Lv . F v. . ' L '. . 2 ' . 2 ' i ' . .2 2 ' get za ' '. . Q ri' ' 2, 'z " 'L 'z ' . ""z , D V- Q 2. 5 -4 . A. LQ' 7 - X ' M: c a . 2 , 1 2 ' , ' Q d' a Q i ,2 121:51 A f g Z - ' Q z . 1 J . Q J ' Q z . ' ty J . " s 1 M, Q C U Le l h 1 7 c E , I . -a 2 . L J q9ZfQZwvqfdQ Eihwqf 1960 As I thlnk back to September 6 1956 W was a stranger to these halls I remem ber wonder1ng mth amazement at the rgen s of everyth1ng around me Among my thoughts plessed the questlon How Ieve the shoes of my b1g brothe1 the Senlor Class? I started off on the rxght foot W1 1 m leadmg me ass1sted by Albert Bellas Mlchael Bellas and D o be my class colors were red and Whlte whlle my flower t Q, h nd h rnatlon Mv motto was La bor conquers all thmgs d h1a Mastros xx as selected as my flrst queen Sh s de F. llla Vlola I swelled w1th r1de as I went un e e an un or on n ball Basketball also proved to be one o tr n ts e a rec X n wx 1ns and no losses When I 1eturne e cho h Fall of 1957 I rea g t sat1sfact1on that I now held a m e cure a 1n the school Sophomy wer b ommg 1ecogn1zed IH the world o port s 1n scholastlc ab1l1ty I ah y r by Terry Tr1m mer ably ass d by are Lynd D Hutter and J1m M uben Queen th1s ton1o TheJ an 1mpr 1V 45 W1ns 0 on gg year was Na W ho was V Lynn Mo n an ann D1Marcan the basketb J 1m Stalb t fully gulde Nancy Hug football tea A marvelou composed p and my pr1d JVS ere f1-H ou edu vuth Jack Q! n andB who as attended by Sophla Mastros and Lyn c 1mproved th1s year wound up Wlth seven 1ghte n w1ns to f1ve losses was credlted to the va om1n ntly of Junlor The play Ju Wedd1ng o to a maxl hen the Ju Prom Ce accla1med b e oss football wh1le er to success Morg The varslty up a th1ee losses s1ty b etball squad dded my pF6St1g6 tury a Dreams was The b1g year a rlvedl Tom nn1ngham ed by J1 H111 yce Ors1n1 and J1m Conrad le me th ough th1s wonderful year The f1rst e ent of e year was the prev1ew game 1 ed by the select1on of a prevlew q Morgan Octo ber marked the ova n1n of my Homecomlng Queen who y Hugus Serv1ng as Nancys atte Donna Coleman Barbara h1a Mastros and Lynn M01 gan M ben ueen th1s year was pretty I vsho was attended by Pat Balna Sus oom a e we an Intel Ecstasy the grat1fy1ng results o p Q nted 1n all 1tS splendor on Decembe1 11 1959 en 1cated that mthm my number were many del personallt a o h Play The Whole Town Q Talklng confumed my ac apaclty A 1or Assembly vsas presented through the efforts of manyt m enlor Class Tom Cunmngham helped the football team along t rece1ved the t1tle of All Ame11can from h1s effolts Our basketb I le captalns Sandy Wllll3mS and Ph1l Musgrave w on 14 games and lo As graduatlon day grew near my t beat ectantly Gay tlmes xxele ahead and although my years at Steubenvllle H wo d be over a vs hole nevl uo1ld xx as soon to be opened to me The years may pas e the Class of 1960 and mx wonderful h1gh school days w1ll be SVQI V1V1d 1n my me IV Pag 20 . 9 9 A . v ' ' V' 4 1 , 1 . 4, 4 I . 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' ' . 7 7 Q 7 I 6 President IHON1 XS NH SON CL NNINCJH-XN1 Moose" Footballl 2 3 4 Tl'1CapU:1l.I1 4 Track l 2 3 4 Key Club 2 3 4 Chaplam 3 Juruor Prom Commrttee Semor Prom Com mlttee Presldent of Freshman Class Basketball 1 Wrestlmg 2 H R Pres 1 You ve got tobeafootball hero Vrce President Mlm Basketballl 2 3 4 Key Club 3 4 V Pres 4 Steuben Staff Jr Prom Comm Sr Prom Comm Sec of Soph Class Stu dent Councll 2 Beacon Staff 4 Sports Co Edltor A Cappella Co1r12 3 4HRPres1 3 Thoughtful, mee to know, that's why we hke hrm so' Sec reta ry 'K' 1 fl.-XINli OR' .' H.R. Sec. 2 3' Sr. Prom Comm.' Assembly Usher' Y-Teens 1 2 3 4' Pepper Club 1 2 3 4' F. N.A. 3 4' Jr. Play Comm.' Sr. Logicians I m rn a dancmg mood Treasurer J,-XM IQS DON.-Xl.D CONRAD 661i-.1199 Football 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3g Jr. Prom Comm.g Sr. Prom Comm.g H.R. Pres. 3 "Willing to try a long shot if necessary" Page 21 OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1960 A . ,F .4 .th , V 1 ,'. V. V . U F 66 ' .9 , H .IAMFS fVll1l,N'll,l li HILIA J' " h l 3 E 7 F, ' ' ' Y 2, ,4 6 ' , JUN l I SINI 669 ' ' 99 BARBARA ANN BALDERONI nBeepn Pepper Club 3, 41 Y- Teens 3 "Never says a word too many" GEORGEANNA MAY BANKS "Georgie" Pepper Club 41 FN.A. 4, Transferred from Buffalo N.Y., in 1959: Alpha Horizon Club l, 2, 3-Sec. 3. Pledge Mis- tress 2: Jr. Prom Comm.: Variety Show Ticket Manager: Jr. Play Ticket Chr.: Bea- con Sales Manager 2: Y-Teens 2, 3 "With pretty eyes and pretty hair, a combin- ation, oh, so fair" PETRINIA ANN BARNA uljatn Steuben Queen Attend- ant 4: Sr. Invitation Comm.: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4-Circu- lation Manager: H.R. Sec. 2-Pres. 3: Y-Teens 2, 3. 4: Jr. Red Cross l: Pepper Club 1. 2, 41 F.N.A. 3: Sr. Logicians "Gentlemen prefer blondes" r JUDITH ANN ACHHAMMER ...ludyu Pepper Club l. 2. 3: Y-Teens 1. 2: Student Council 3: C.O.E. "So sweet to have around" ROBERT WILLIAM ATKINSON aswvhalesy Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 4-Treas. 3, Pres 4: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. 4-Pres. 4: Student Council 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Jr. Play Cast: Los Amigos 3, 43 Track 31 Football lg H.R. Pres. 4: Sr. Banquet Comm. "Who but a devil like you?" CASTRO TRIUMPHS IN CUBA BONNIE KAY BANKS Y-Teens 1 "A pleasant way with little to say" BARBARA ANN BARACH 4lBarbH Pepper Club 2, 3, 42 Y-Teens 4 "Friendly in a quiet way: quiet in a friendly way" GEORGE IVAN BEAMAN French Club 2: Trans- ferred from Stowe High Schol in 1957: Band 1: Student Coun- cil 1: Football 1 "Life is just a bowl of cherries" Page 22 CYNTHIA JO ALLEN ujon Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4-Vice Pres. 3. Pres. 4: Pepper Club 1. 2. 3: H.R. Treas. l. 4-V. Pres. 3: F.N.A. 3. 4: Stadium Usher 3: Class Nom. Comm. 31 Beacon Staff 4-Circu- lation Manager "Live, laugh, and love" INEZ CAROL BAKE "Carol" Pepper Club 21 F.N.A. 4: Beacon Staff 4: Los Amigos 4 "It's better to be little and shine, than to be big and cast a shadow" LEE ANN BEATTY "Beetle" H.R. Sec. 3: Pepper Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Y-Teens Assembly Usher: Sr. Play Ticket Comm. "We know her by her jolly air, her friendly smile, her light brown hair" RAYMOND FREDERICK BELL "Ding" Track 1, 2: Intramur- als 1, 2, 3, 4 "Free and easy mind HELEN JEAN BEHRINGER Student Council 1, 2: Y-Teens 1: Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4 "I grow old learning something new every days: GLORIA JEAN BENDE Pepper Club 1: Y-Teens 1: I-TNA. 3, 4: Beacon Staff 4: Bible Club 1 "She never forgets to smile" DeGAULLE BECOMES PRESIDENT OF FRANCE CLAUDIA ROSE BIANCHINI "Chunks" Pepper Club 2: C.O. E.: HR. Treas. 3: Jr. Play Comm. "She passes through like a pleasant thought" LOIS ELIZABETH BLACKWELL Bible Club 2, 3, 4: Y- Teens 4 "More than just a friend" SUSAN BLOOMER "Susie" Reserve Cheerleader 1, 2: Varsity Cheerleader 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Steuben Queen Attendant 1, 4: Pepper Club 1, 2, 4: Sr. As- sembly Comm.: Beacon Staff 4: Jr. Prom Comm.: Jr. Play Comm. Sr. Prom Comm -Co- Chairman: Class Nom- inating Comm. 2: Stu- dent Council 1 "Personality that threatens to bubble over" BARBARA JOANN BLACKSHERE "Barbara" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 4: Assembly Ush- er: Program Seller 1, 2: Los Amigos 2, 3 " A gentle smile" AUDREY WINIFRED BLESSING Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2 "A sweet and quiet waynv ALICE MAE BOYD "Boydie" Class Nom. Comm. 1, 3: Jr. Play Comm.: Assembly Usher: F.T. A. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 3, 41 Pepper Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Sr Logicians: Jr. Red Cross 1: Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm. "Alice in Wonderland" ARTHUR LESLEY BROTHERS "Pete" Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4 "You're sensational" ELAINE ANN BROWN Steuben Staff - Com- position Editor: Pepper Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 1. 25 C.O.E. "Beloved by all" ANITA LOUISE BROWN Freshman Choir: Pep- per Club 4: Program Seller "Her smile forms friendship" LOIS ANN BRUZDA F.N.A. 3, 4: Stadium Usher 4: Pepper Club 1, 2, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2 "A little nonsense never hurt anybody" TROUBLE BREWS IN LAOS LEONARD GOULD BUCKLE ClLen!! Sr. Banquet Comm. - Chairman: Steuben Staff - Co-Editor: Bas- ketball 1, 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Radio-TV Club 1, 2, 3, 4 - Pres. 4, Buckeye Boys' State: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Log- icians, Band 4 - An- nouncer: Latin Club 2, 3, 4 - Sergeant-at- Arms 45 French Club 1, 2: Science Club 4: Sr. Play Cast "Individuality is the mark of genius" MARY ANN BUSH A Cappella Choir 1, 2. 3. 4: F.T.A. 1. 2, 3, 4- V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Stadium Usher 3: As- sembly Usher: Popper Club 1. 2. 3. 4 "Here is a lass who excels in all: whether 'fhe task is great or small" MARGARET JEAN CALHOUN "Jean" Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4- Pres. 4 "A girl with a mind of her own" Page 24 CAROL SUE BURKETT C.-O. E g Transferred ?rom North High School in Cleveland, 1958 "The best education is that which teaches self control" REBECCA LORRAINE BUTCHER "Beckie" Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm.: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4: Jr, Play Comm.: H. R. Pros, 2: Y-Teens 2, 3. 4: Pepper Club l. 2, 3. 4: Class Nominating Comm. 2: Assembly Usher: Sr. Play Cast "Little Miss Mischief" PAULA HARRIETT CALHOUN UP.C'l! Stadium Usher 3. 4: Pepper Club 2. 3. 4: HR. Treas. 1: Intra- murals 2, 3 "Life is what you make it" MARLENE KATHRYN CAMPBELL "Mar" Sr. Assembly Comm.: A Cappella Choir 1. 2. 3, 4-Sec. 4: Reserve Cheerleader 1. 2: Steu- ben Staff: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm,: H.R. Treas 2- V. Pres. 3. 4i Jr. Play Comm.: Assembly Ush- er: Pepper Club 1. 2 "Them there eyes" PATRICIA .JEAN CARDUCCI "Pat" V-Teens 1, 2, 4: Pep- per Club 1, 2, 4 "Nice to be near" KATHERINE CARAS llxathyll Jr. Play Comm., Los Amigos 2, 3 - Sec. 33 Pepper Club 1, 2, 4, Steuben Staff: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Freshman Choir: FT.A. 4: Assembly Usher "Always sunny side up!! NANCY ELLEN CARLSON Hpixieh A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 23 Steuben Staff, Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, Intra- murals 2, 3, H.R. Sec. 1: Sr. Play Comm. "Too marvelous for words" BRITISH GUINEA GAINS INDEPENDENCE LOUISE JOAN CHECCA "Louie" Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Assembly Usher: Sta- dium Usher 3, 4: Jr. Play Comm., Y-Teens 1, Intramurals 3 "A master of the gift of gab" CHARLES HAL COLEMAN "Charlie" "The quiet one" TOMMIE RUTH COLLEY llRuth!! Bible Club 1, 2. 3. 4: FT.A. 3, 4: Stadium Usher 4: Jr. Red Cross 3 "Never a dull moment when she's around" CAROLYN MARIE CHIOTA Band 2, 3: HR. Treas. 2-Sec. 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 1, Pepper Club 1, Y-Teens 1, 2: Stu- dent Council 3, 41 C. O.E. "It's so nice to be natural" DONNA JEAN COLEMAN Student Council 2, 3, 4 - V. Pres. 3: Sec. of Freshman Class, Pep- per Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, Homecoming Atten- dant: Steuben Staff: H.R. Pres. 1: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 - Treas. 1, V. Pres. 4: Sr. Ban- quet Comm. "0h. you beautiful doll" MARILYN JEAN COMPSTON F,N.A. 3. 4: Pepper Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens 1: Jr. Red Cross 1: Library Staff 4 "Just naturally a sweet galn Page 25 CHARLES CRISS "Criss" Football Manager l. 2. 3, 4: Track Manager l. 2, 3. 4: Wrestling Man- ager 2: Los Amigos 2: Hi-Y 3. 4: Science Club 3, 4 "Just a real swell Elly" ISABELLE CECILIA CULBREATH Program Seller 2. 3, 4: Pepper Club 4: Intra- murals 2. 3. 4 "A real crazy sense of humor" SOVIETS PLANT ROBERT LEWIS CROSSLEY UB0b!! Football l, 2. 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 3. 4: Basketball l "A swell guy through and through" EVA ANNE CUNNINGHAM Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm.: J r. Pla y Comm 1 Steuben Staff: PNA, 3. 4: Pepper Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Y- Teens 1, 2. 3. 4: Or- -liestra 1, 2: Sr. Logi- .'liiIlS "lt's the personality that counts" Page 26 CAROLE LEE CONN A Cappella Choir l. 2. 3. 41 Steuben Staff: Student Council ll Pepper Club 2: Los Amigos 2. 3: Jr. Play Comm.: F.N.A. 3. 4 - Corres Sec. 4 "Quiet deeds accomplish much" SIDNEY A. COPPA Nsid!! Intramurals 4: Projec- tionists Club 2, 3, 4: Radio - TV Club 3, 4 "Men of few words are the best of men" EDWARD WILLIAM COX "Bill" Freshman Choir: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Science Club 4: H.lx. Treas. 1, Sec. 2 'What is worth doing is worth doing well" FLAG ON MOON JOYCE ANN CONNORS Sr. Invitation Comm.: Beacon Staff 4: Assem- bly Usher: H.R. Sec. 1: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Pepper Club l. 2. 3, 41 Jr. Play Comm.: F.T. A. 1. 2 "Young at heart" TONIA ANN COOPER "Toni" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Los Amigos 2: F.T.A. 2 "A real sweet girl" JAMES CRAWLEY "Crawley" Football 1 "Worry -what's that?" JULIA DOUGHERTY CUSACK u-Iudyn Steuben Staff-Undel- classrnen Co-Editor: Student Council 2: Jr, Play Cast: French Club 3. 4: Y-Teens l. 2. 3. 4: Pepper Club 2. 3: Sr. Logicians: H. R. Treas. 4 "China Doll" JAMES WARREN DeFALLO ujayn Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 2. 3. 41 Frelsvh Club 1, 2 "A friendly regard to all he meets" NANCY ANN DiBIASE 4103.11 Steuben Staff: Beaccn Staff 4: Assembly Ush- er: H.R. Sec. 1, 2, Treas. 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, Pepper Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 1 "Always happy, always gay, always carefree in her way" KAREN LEE DAVIS "Clem" Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Pepper Club 4: F.N A. 4: Y- Teens 4: H.R. Sec. 2. Jr. Red Cross 21 Intra- murals 3. 4 "She makes a Dl02Sill'5 picture" VIRGINIA ANN DELLA PENNA "Ginger" V-Teens 3: Pepper Club 3. 4: Assembly Usher: C.O.E.: H. R. Treas. 2: Jr. Red Cross 3: Band 2 "Pretty little one" WILLIAM H. DIEDERICH IIBHIUI Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4 "Why take life serious- ly: you'll never get out alive" WESTERN BIG FOUR MEET IN PARIS ALBERT THOMAS DIFALCO "T.D." Baseball 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 2. 3. 4 "Answer to a maiden's prayer" VINCENT MICHAEL DiMICHELE "Win-ky" Intramurals 1. 2. 3 "Genius is the capacity for evading hard work" Page 27 MARIANN DiMARCANTONIO "DiMarc" Sr Assembly Comm.: Band 1. 2, 3: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff: 4: Steuben Queen At- tendant 2: Student Council 1. 3, 4: Or- chestra 2. 3. 4: Pepper Club 41 Jr. Red Cross 1: Intramurals 2. 3. 4 "A girl with mischievous ways" ALBERT JOHN DiP1ETRO HAI!! Transferred from Cath- olic Central in 1958 Alf silence was gold he would be a millionaire" ROBERT LEROY DOYLE HB0b!7 Intramurals 1, 2 "Good humor is the health of the soul" JAMES DAVID DRYLIE "J.D." Sr. Invitation Comm. " 'Tis only noble to be good" NICHOLAS MICHAEL DUDUKOVICH "Dixie" Football 1, 25 Basket- ball 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, H. R. Pres. 2, 35 Student Council 1, Key Club 43 Los Amigos 2 "Curious to see what the novelty might be" CORA ELIZABETH DRAYER Y-Teens 1 "Just naturally a nice girl" JOHN DUBECK llDubsYY Freshman Choir Pres.: Wrestling 2, 3, Student Council Alt. 1, 2, 3, 43 H.R. V. Pres 2, 3 "A live wire never gets stepped on" RANDALL EDWARD DUNKLE uR'andyn Sr. Banquet Comm.3 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4-Treas. 43 Intramurals 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2: Class Nom. Comm 1 "Free and easy mind" PRINCESS MARGARET WEDS COMMONER BARBARA ANN DURBIN "Durb" Y - Teens 3: Pefyit-1' Club 3. 4: Latin Clam 3, 41 Jr. Play Comm.: F.N.A. 3: Sr. Plug Ticket Comm. "Sweet and gentle" MARY ELIZAI-BETH EVANS ..Mary-, Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm.: Pepper Club l. 2 .. 4. Y-Teens 2. Z1 Jr. Play Comm.: Jr. Prom Comm.: Steuben Staff: Stadiun Usher -lg Intramurals 2: Sr. Prom Comm.: S'eul:en Queen -l "A pretty girl is a jewel: a good girl is a treasure" Page 28 MARY CHRISTINE DYKE "Christy" Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, -lg F.N.A. 3, 4: Y-Teens l, 4: Latin Club 2: Jr. Play Comm.: Sr. Logi- cians: Steuben Staff: Science Club 4: Los Amigos 4 "A quiet. but pleasant person" SHIRLEY MAE FALSETTI Sr. Invitation Comm., keppcr Club 2. -1: ln- Lramurals 2: Y-Teens 4: French Club 2-SeC- Treas. 2: Jr. Play Comm.: Jr. Prom Comm. "Her personality is as sweet as her smile" ,as U -f-Nw... N , 'Ol THOMAS MATTHEW FEIST "Tom" Football 3: Track 2. 31 Wrestling 2. 3: Hi-Y 4: Pepper Club 4 "Happy am I. from care I'm free: why can't they all be con- tented like me?" PAUL DE WITT FENTON "Paul" Sr. Banquet Comm.: Student Council 2, 3. 4: Key Club 4: Steuben Staff - Business Man- ager: Hi-Y 3. 4: Buck- eye Boys' State: Wrest- ling Manager 2, 31 Lat- in Club 2, 3, 4-Pres. 3: Sr. Prom Comm. "Mischief is his hobby" HEDY LOUISE FORD Los Amigos l, 2 "Though I'm always in haste, I'm never in a, hurry" TORIES SWEEP BRITISH ELECTIONS JANET ELLEN FOGLE Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1. 2, 3. 41 Band I. 2: Beacon Staff 4: Staflium Usher 4 "Little to say. but much to contribute" JAMES ANDREVV FOX HBO., Intramurals 2. 3. 4 "I am the master of my fate" WILLIAM H. FOURNIER "Willy" Sr, Assembly Comm.- T1h.iirman: A Cappella CIi'iir l. 2. 3: Latin 'lub 2 - V. Pres.: Sr. Loeicians - Pres.: Hi- Y l. 2. 3. 4: Student Council l: Jr. Play Comm.: Jr. Prom Comm. - Co-Chairman Sr. Prom Comm.: Key Club 41 Steuben Staff: Freas. of Jr, Class "Great things are done by great men" RIIQIABI ROCHELLE FREEDMAN Ir. Red Cross 1: Pep- ber Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Flezic-an Staff 4: Steu- len Staff: Latin Club 2' Sr Logicians: Jr. Plan' Comm. "Devil or Angel?" Page 29 CAROLE ANN FENSKE A Cappella Choir l. 2. 3. 4: I-'.T.A. 2. 3. 4 - Treas. 4: Latin Club 3. 1 - Treas 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Pepper Club 2. 3. 4: Steuben Staff: As- semltly Usher: Jr. Play Comm.: Sr. Logicians "l'ou're an angel. but where are your wings?" JO ANN FERRARO "Jo Ann" Y-Teens l. 2: Fresh- man Choir: Latin Club 2: Jr. Play Comm.: Pepper Club 2: Student Council Alt. 2. 3, 4 "One we all admire. lots of spirit, lots of fire" JASON FOREMAN HJay?7 Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 4 - Ser- geant - at - arms 2: Steuben Staff: Latin Club 2, 3, 43 H.R. V. Pres. lg Student Coun- eil lg Jr. Play Comm.: Sr. Logicians "Sometimes I sit and think. and sometimes I just sit" CHARLENE RAE GAFFNEY "Sherry" Varsity Cheerleader 4: Y-Teens l. 2, 4: Fresh- man Choir: Pepper Club 4: French Club l: Intramurals 2 "All good things have little beginnings" DOMENICA ROSE GAROI-'ALO "Donna" Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm. - Co-Chairman Sr. Logicians - Rec. Sec.: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm: F.N. A. 3, 4 - V. Pres. 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: - Treas. 2: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4 - Spec- ial Features Co-Editor: Pepper Club 2, 3, 4 "As good as gold" R DULLES DIES AT 78 BETTY RUTH GETSCHMAN Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Y- Teens 3, 43 Assembly Usher: Radio-TV Club 4: Science Club 4 "Dancing is for the graceful" PHILLIP STANFORD GILBERT ilphilil Sr. Play Ticket Comm.: Jr. Prom Comm :Span- ish Club V2: Intramurals 3: Sr. Play Cast "I live the life I love" CAROLYN ANN GLOVER "Glove" Sr. Assembly Comm.: Band l. 2. 3. 4 - Treas. 3: Majorettc 2. 3-Drum Majorette 41 Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Jr. Play Com.: Steuben Staff: Assem- bly Usher: HR. Sec. 1, 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens l. 2. 3: Class Nominating Comm. 2 "Can anyone be sweeter?" TERRY ARNOLD GAMBILL Band l. 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Los Amigos l. 2: Intramurals 3. 4: Ra- dio-TV Club 4: Sr. Play Cast "Music is a prophecy of what life is to be" WILLIAM P. GEIGER llBill!7 Radio-TV Club 3. 4 - Historian 4: Los Ami- gos 4: Sr. Logicians "Thought is the hardest work there is" JUANITA GIBSON uGibbyu Intramurals 2 "Variety is the spice of life" ROSEMARY LOUISE GILKEY Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4 - Treas. 4: Pepper Club '1. 2, 3. 4: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4- Special Features Co- E cl ito r: Freshman Choir: Intramurals 3. 4: Senior Logicians "Her ideals are as good as facts" JEAN ELIZABETH GOSSETT "Jeanie" Y-Teens 1. 2: Pepper Club 2. 3. 4: F.N.A. 3. 41 Los Amios 2. 3: Science Club 4 "Sweet and lovely" JACOB CHARLES GRIESINGER "Chuck" Band 1. 2. 3. 4 - V. Pres. 4: Hi-Y 3. 41 Dance Band 1. 2: In- tramurals 1. 3. 4251819 Music Contest 3: Dis- trict Music Contest 2 "The man with the golden horn" WILLIAM JOSEPH GUALTIERE HBillll Latin Club 3, 4: Intra- murals 2, 3, 4 "Never a dull moment" PATRICIA ANN GRIFFIN "Tish" Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 3: Jr. Play Cast: Y-Teens 1. 2. 4: Pep- per Club 1. 2. 3. 41 Stadium Usher 4: As- sembly Usher: French Club 1. 2: Jr. Red Cross 1: Sr. Logicians "She loves to dance: she loves to sing: she loves to do 'most everything" CAROLE ANN HAINES "Karrie" Pepper Club 1. 3. 41 Y-Teens 1, 2, 4: Sta- dium Usher 4: Intra- murals 2 "People are more fun than anyone" HERTER SWORN IN AS SUCCESSOR 'l MARIAN LEE HAINES llMimi9l Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm. - Co-Chairman: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Steuben Staff - Special Fea- tures Editor: Sr. Logi- cians: F.N A. 3, 4, Stadium Usher 43 Y- Teens 2, 3, 4: Pepper Club 2. 3, 4: Latin Club 21 Student Council Alt. 2 "Little, cute. full of fun. she is popular with everyone" BARBARA LOUISE HALES Sr. Play Cast: Steuben Staff: Pepper Club 1. 2, 4: Y-Teens 1. 2, 42 Jr. Red Cross 1: Bea- con Staff 4 - Advertis- ing Manager: Trans- ferred from Penn Hall in 1959: Penn Points 3: Riding Club 3 "Never too busy to join in the fun. always around when there's work to be done" MARIE HARRIS Jr. Red Cross 1. 2. 3: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3: Pep- per Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Bible Club 1. 2. 3, 4 - V. Pres. 4 "Being friendly is her chief aim" Page 31 WILLIAM EDWARD HAISLET "Bill' Football 1 "A merry heart that laughs at care" SUSAN ELIZABETH "Susie" Sr. Play Ticket Comm: F.N.A. 3, 4 - Rec. Sec. 4: Steuben Staff: Pep- per Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Los Amigos 2. 3: Jr. Play Comm.: Sr. Logi- cians "She is sweeter than perfume" CHARLES MICHAEL HAWKINS Los Amigos 1. 2: Foot- ball 1. 31 Basketball 2 "A man of theworld" ALYCE MARIE HORNIEWICZ "Suzie" Band 1, 2. 3. 41 Major- ette 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 1, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1: F.NA. 33 Intramurals 33 Steuben Staff: Jr. Prom Comm.: Jr. Play Comm.: Sr. Assembly Comm. "Sweet Sue. just you" MICHELE EILEEN HOWCROFT llmkeiv Sr. Invitation Comm: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4 - Associate Efli- tor: Y-Teens 1. 2 - Sec. 2: Pepper Club 1, 2, 3. -1: French Club 1. 2: F.T.A. 4: Fresh- man Choir: Intrzimur- als 2 "Always ready her part to fill. and she does it with a will" WILLIAM inzrusimorox '-up "Just 1 nice 'Zuy" ROBERT HENDERSON "Po0chie" Garden Club 1. 2: Bib- le Club 1. 21 Jr. Red Cross 3: Jr. Play Comm. "Rejoice 0 younz man in thy youth" HELEN HOMICK "Lenny" Stadium Usher 2. 3: Intramurals 1. 2, 3: Vepper Club 2. 3: Y- Teens 1. 2 "Worries none. full of ufunn T.V. QUIZ SCANDALS EXPOSED - DONNA LOUISE HOWNIEWICZ "Powitzel" Sr. Banquet Comm.: lieacon Staff -I - Edi- torial Co-Eflitor: Pep- per Club 4: Stadium Usher 4 "f'ute. neat. and mighty sweet" i1l1t7'f!9E DEAN lli?lCllA "Bugs" 1n"'.ru.u1ulw 1, 3. 4: A . pp,-llt Clnnr l. 21 -l .. " -J f ' .i. Neyer a dull moment '."h.-n he-'s around" Page 32 LOU ANN 1lENDE"7-'DN "lou" -3: 'L 5' Casti Sv. Prom jcnifi.: Sr. Logicians- Vreas., Stughn, Coun- "l 3. 4 - Treis. '3. 4. 1-',T.A. 2. 3 - Sec, '3: Pepper Club 2. 3. 4: Ji. lu, Comm.: Assemtljv "Sher: Freshman Choir: Sr Banquet 5-mm. - Co-Chairman 'A smilinzr face with 3 friendly grace" MARY KATHLEEN HILLIARD "Cathy" Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm.: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4: Pepper Club 1. 2. 3. 4: I- 'Feens 1. 2. 4: Fresh- man Choir: Los Ami- egos 1. 21 Intramurals 1. 2, 3 'From shining hair to dancing feet, she spends her time just being sweet" DAVID EDWARD HOPE "Bull" ui-Y 2. 3. 4 HA man of few words" PERCY HUBBARD "Handsome" Football 1: Spanish Club 1 "A friend to all" NANCY MAE HUGUS liliugieii Homecoming Queen: Sr. Play Cast: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Majorette 2, 3. 4: Steuben Queen 2, 3: Science Club 3, 4-Sec. 3: Assembly Usher: F. NA. 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Y-Teens l: Sr. Logicians: S t e u b e h Staff "A face so fair, a smile so rare" DAVID MICHAEL HUTTER "Hut" Sr. Invitation Comm.: Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Treas. of Soph- omore Class "The strong. silent typeu SARAH H. HUFFMAN usallyw Steuben Staff - Facul- ty Co-Editor: Y-Teens 1. 3: Pepper Club 3. 4: Sr. Logicians: Los Am- ieos 4 "Sincerity is her key to friendship" RUTH GENORA HUNT "Ruth" "Nothing to waste but day, night. and time" DAVID W. JENKINS "Sir Walter" Sr. Assembly Comm.: Spanish Club l, 2: Basketball 2, 3: Intra- murals 1, 4 "Speaking of cards, what a joker" - TOP MONEY WINNERS ADMIT CHEATING RUSSELL JETER Football Manager 2. 3. 4: Basketball Manager l, 2, 3: Track l. 2, 3. 4: Raseball Manager 3. 4 i'Some of the best boys make the least noise" JOYCE ANN JOHNSTON "Avonic" Intramurals l: Pro- gram Seller 2: Stadium Usher 3: Pepper Club 4: Y-Teens 4 "Lots of vim and vigor" ROBERT LEE JOHNSON "Gunnion" Football 1, 2, 3. 4:Bas- ketball 1. 2: Wrestling 2, 3, 4 "Small. but so is dynamite" DOLORES CAROL JONES uulonesyn Sr Assembly Ticket Comm.: HR. Sec. 1: Freshman Choir: Pep- per Club 1. 2. 3. 41 Steuben Staff: Los Am- igos - Pres. 4: Y-Teens 3. 4: Latin Club 22 Sta- 'lium Usher 3. 41 F.T. A. 4 "Serious, but mischievous" Page 33 ELLEN JUNE KASPER "June" Steuben Staff: Los Amigos 1. 2: Pepper Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Library Staff 4: F.N.A. 4: Sci- ence Club 4 "Tall blond with a dependable sense of humor" JOANNE LOUISE KELL NJ09! F.N.A. 3, 41 Library Staff 4: Beacon Staff 3: Steuben Staff: Y- Teens 1: Pepper Club 1: Assembly Usher: Jr. Red Cross 1: Jr. Play Comm.: Sr. Logicians "Her friends - there are many: her foes - are there any?" KATHRYN LOU KAUFMANN G4Kathy,!Y Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1. 4: Student Council 2: Steuben Staff: Jr. Red Cross 2: Library Staff 4 "Little and sweet. but oh, so neat" CAROL JOSEPHINE KELLY MJ0!! Y-Teens 1 "A mellow voice - dreamily aloof" l 1 ALASKA PROCLAIMED 49th STATE --in BARBARA KESSLER "Kesse" Sr. Play Ticket Comm.: Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Assembly Usher: Jr. Play Cast: Homecom- ing Attendant: Y-Teens 1, 2, 31 Stadium Usher 4: Jr. Red Cross 2: Sr. Play Cast "Enviable personality- a genuine friend" NEDWIN CHARLES KNIGHT lKNedI! A Cappella Choir 3. 4: Jr. Play Comm.: Trans- ferred from Cadiz High School in 1957: Choir 1, 2: Track 1. 2: Latin Club 1: Football 1. 2 "A late comer but a credit to the class" ROBERT EDWARD KRAMER "Bob" Football 1. 2. 3. 4:Stu- dent Council 3. 4: Hi- Y 3. 4: H.R. Treas. 1: Intramurals 3 "Enjoys life. humor - never finds a dull moment" Page 34 SHIRLEY LOUISE KITTLE Pepper Club 3 "A soft voice that attracts" SALLY ANN KNIGHT Sr. Banquet Comm.: Steuben Staff-Sr. Co- Editor: Beacon Staff 4-Co-Editor: Jr. Prom Comm.: Student Coun- cil 1. Alt. 2: Assembly Usher: Jr. Play Comm.: Pepper Club 1. 2. 3. 41 F.T.A. 3: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3: Sr. Logicians: Class Nominating Comm 2. 3: Latin Club 2: Fresh- man Choir "A heart of gold. a knack for detailed perfection" LYNN MARTIN KUMMER Steuben Staff - Clubs Co-Editor: Sr. Logi- cians: Sr. Prom Comm.: Assembly Usher: Pep- per Club. 3. 4: Y-Teens 1. 2, 31.112 Play Comm.: F.N.A. 3. 4: Los Ami- gos 4 "Gracious femininity- distinctive dresser" PATRICIA ANN LATIMER "Babe" A Cappella Choir 1. 2. 3: Y-Teens lg Jr. Rezl Cross 1 "From a school ring to a wedding ring" MASIE LEE LAVENDER "A crazy sense of humor" HAWAII ADMITTED AS 50th STATE ALVIN LIPSON "Chipmonk" Intramurals 2: Beacon Photographer 1, 2 "Dennis the Menace of S.H.S." RONALD PAUL LOPRESTO "German" Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Track 2: Pepper Club 3, 4: Jr. Play Comm. - Stage Manager: Intramurals l,Z 3 4 "After many years and friends have gone, we'll always remember the guy called Ron" ALBERT SAUL LUBRAN C6Al'V Beacon Photographer 1, 2: Steuben Photogra- pher 2: Radio-TV Club l. 2. 3. -iz Science Club 3, 4: Sr. Logicians "An easy conversationalistu ELOISE HELEN LIVINGSTON "1-Ioneybunch" Y-Teens 1, Pepper Club lg Bible Club 1 "Always ready to please is our little Eloise" MARIE LOTZGESELLE Band 1. 2. 3, 45 Or- chestra 2, 3. 4: Student Council 13 H.R. Treas. 3: Pepper Club 4 "Hint of sophistication, mischief. wit" JANICE ELAINE LUCAS "Luckie" Sr. Banquet Comm.: Beacon Staff 3: ACap- pella Choir 1. 2, 3, 41 Steuben Staff: French Club 1. 2: Student Council 2: HR. Sec. 1: Jr. Play Comm.: Class Nominating Comm. 2: Pepper Club 2 "Music and personality blended to a high degree" Page 35 ISABELLE LAVENDER " Remember me" BERNARD LAWRENCE LEVITE llButch!l Steuben Staffg A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club 3, 43 French Club 23 H.R. Treas. 4: Intramurals 1: Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm. "There is nothing like a dame" -0 T7 MARGERY FAYE LUTTON "Margie" Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 3. 4 "She keeps to herself. yet welcomes friendship" DOROTHY ELIZABETH LYTLE llD0tY! Y-Teens 3: Bible Club 2: Jr. Red Cross 1: Pep- per Club 1 "My business is living" KAREN ELAINE LYND Sr. Assembly Comm.: Beacon Staff 4 - Co- Editor: Steuben Staff- Sr Co-Editor: Jr. Prom Comm.: Jr. Play Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: V. Pres. of Sophomore Class: As- sembly Usher: Pepper Club I. 2. 3: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3: H.R. V. Pres. 1, 2. Treas. 3: Latin Club 2: Class Nomin- ating Comm. 1, 3 "A good example of sweetness, she's noted for her neatness" JACQUELYNE MACGREGOR "Dollfa.ce" Bible Club 1, 3: Pepper Club li Beacon Staff 3: Stadium Usher 4: Program Seller 1, 2 "She has a head to contrive, a tongue to persuade, and a hand to execute any mischief" TAFT-HARTLEY LAW INVOKED IN STEEL STRIKE VERNON EVERETT MCCAMIC Radio-TV Club 3, 4: Projectionist Club 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: "Let nothing disturb youu WILLIAM GILMORE MCENDREE "Itty Bitty" Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4 "Free and easy mind" MARGARET EVELYN Mt-INTOSH "Mack" Band 1. 2. 3. 4: H.R. Treas. 3. -11 Y-Teens l. 2. 4: Jr. Play Coming Sr. Logicians: F.'l'.A 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. -I "Pretty little missy" MARY ELIZABETH MCELROY CiBethl! Steuben Staff: Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pepper Club I, 2, 3, 4: Stadium Ush- er 3: H.R. Sec. 1: In- tramurals 3: Sr. Log- icians "She has hair of gold- en hue, and a heart that's warm and true" VICTORIA SARAH MCHUGH "Vicki" Sr. Banquet Comm.: Steuben Staff: Y-Teens 3. 4: Pepper Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Assembly Ush- er: Latin Club 2. 3, 4: Student Council 2: Sr. Logicians: Class Nom- inating Comm. I "Bright, DCDDY, full of fun" MARILYN JANET IXICKINNEY Pepper Club 4: Bible Club 31 Jr. Red Cross "Nice knowing you" Page 36 DENNIS BOWEN MCMASTERS "Corky" Science Club 4 "Was that the right thing to do?" IRENE MACRI "Renie" Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 - V. Pres. 3, 4: Bible Club 1 "An exemplary student - a seriousness of purpose" RITA ANN MACKINAW liReeU7 C.O.E,: Pepper Club 1. 2. 3: Y-Teens 1: H.R. Treas. 1. 2. Pres. 32 Orchestra 1 " Love walked in" MARGARET IRENE THERSA MARGAFEN uljeggyn Pepper Club 3: Sta- dium Usher 3: Intra- murals 3: Transferred from Catholic Central in 1958 "As merry as the day is long" PRODUCTION RESUMES AFTER ll6 DAYS MARY ANN MARSIGLIO lKMarSig!! Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep- per Club 4 "A refreshing personality" PATRICK J. MASTERLASCO lKPatH Transferred from Cath- olic Central "He does as he pleases, when he pleases" DIANE MARIE MATA Sr Play Ticket Comm.: Steuben Staff: H. R. Sec. 2: Student Council 3, 4: Jr. Play Comm.: Los Amigos 2, 33 Pep- per Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 1 2 3 "Always has a smile - a cheery greeting" RUTH ANN MARUNICH Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, C.O.E.: Y-Teens 3, Freshman Choir "Always soft spoken this bashful miss, knowing her makes your life full of bliss" SOPHIA N. MASTROS Sr. Play Ticket Comm. Chairman: Homecom- ing Attendant: A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 - V. Pres. 1: Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4 - V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Latin Club 2- Sec.: Steuben Staff, Jr. Prom Comm.: Jr. Play Cast: Steuben Queen 1, Steuben Queen Attendant 3, Stadium Usher 3, 4: Assembly Usher: H.R. Pres. l, 2 "Sparkling eyes - a melodious voice" VIRGINIA ALICE MAXWELL "Ginnie" Sr. Invitation Comm.: Steuben Staff: A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Play Comm.: F.N. A. 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3: Pepper Club 2, 3, 4: Sr. Prom Comm. "Artistically blessed" RICHARD DOY MEANS lKDick!Y Hi-Y 3, 4: Intramurals ti, 2. 3. 4: Beacon Staff "Likes life, likes ladies likes things in general" WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MESSERLY "Big Bad Bill" Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm.: Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 4: Science Club 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Radio-TV Club 4: Sr. Logicians "You're not living in vain" ILONA JEAN MIKULA ulnkeyn Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff: Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 4: F. N.A. 4: Intramurals 3, 4: H.R. V. Pres. 4 "Air of cordiality" MELODY ELAINE MERRYMAN UMel17 Pepper Club 2: Y-Teens 3. 4: Assembly Usher: PNA. 3. 4: Science Club 4 "A twinkle in her eye, a hearty smile, a keen appreciation of people" MARYANNA MICHL Sr. Invitation Comm: Beacon Staff 3-Asso- ciate Editor: Reserve Cheerleader 2: Varsity Cheerleader 3. 4: Steu- ben Staff - Trouble Shooter: Student Coun- cil 1. 2, 3, 4:-Sec. 3, 4: Jr. Prom Comm.: H. R. Pres. 1, V. Pres. 2: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Pep- per Club 1, 2, 3, 4: As- sembly Usher: Sr Prom Comm.: Sr. Logicians "Stop, look, and whistle" REGINALD STANLEY MILES, JR. ClTim!I Freshman Choir: Wrestling 1 "Without work, nothing prospers" INGEMAR JOHANSSON WINS HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE ROBERT EDWIN MILLER rrlsuzzyn HR. V. Pres. 3: Hi-Y 4: Library Staff 3: Pro- jectionist Club 2: Los Amigos 4 "Wonderful to know" THOMASINE MONTALBANO "Teen" Freshman Choir: Pep- per Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Y- Teens 1. 2. 3: Class Nominating Comm. 3: Stadium Usher 4: Sr. Logicians: Intramurals 3 "Petite, graceful, and efficient" Page 38 CAROLYN ANN MISSELWITZ "Mizz" Sr. Assembly Comm.: I-LR. V. Pres. l-Sec. 2: Pepper Club 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 3. 4-Sec. 4: Intramurals 2. 3: Jr. Play Comm.: Assembly Usher: Stadium Usher 4: Sr Logicians "Humor for any occasion" MARY JO ANN MOODY ..-lo.. Bible Club 2: Intra- murals 3 "A small kindness is a great work" ESTELLE DIANE MOORE llstel!! Los Amigos 2. 3: Pep- per Club 4: Y-Teens 1: Intramurals 1. 2 "Believes in purposeful life - a fine friend" MICHELE ANN MORENO "Mike" Steuben Staff: Intra- murals 3. 4: Trans- ferred from Salem High School in 19581 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Pep- per Club 3: Choir 2. 3: Spanish Club 3 "You're a sweet little headache" RONALD RAY MORGAN "Hose Nose" Band 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Radio-TV Club 4: Sci- ence Club 4: Sr. Logi- cians "Quiet and considerate" U. S. HOSTS VIII WINTER OLYMPICS HARRY RONALD MORROW llweed!! "Easy living" TAD BIDDLE MYERS ulprogn Basketball 1: Radio- TV Club 2. 3, 4 -V. Pres. 4: Los Amigos 1, 2: Hi-Y 4 "Capable, humorous. enjoys a prank" PHILIP CHARLES MUSGRAVE "Phil" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4- Co-Captain 4: Football 3: Baseball 4: Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 41 Bea- con Staff 4 "Ain't misbehavin."' MARLENE LOUISE NAPOR Band 2, 3, 4, Steuben Queen Attendant 4:H. R. Pres. 11 Intramurals 1, 2. 3: Pepper Club 12 Student Council 2 "Your own little ways" Page 39 GLADYS ELLEN MOORE Pepper Club 1. 2. 3. 41 "So easy to remember" LYNN LEE MORGAN Homecoming Attend- ant: Reserve Cheer- leader 2: Varsity Cheerleader 3. 4: Sec. of Jr. Class: Steuben Queen Attendant 2, 3, Sr. Play Ticket Comm.: Preview Queen 4: As- sembly Usher 4: Pep- per Club 1, 2. 3, 4: La- tin Club 2: Y-Teens 2, Steuben Staff - Co- Editorg J r. Prom Comm. - Co-Chairman, Sr Prom Comm.: Class Nominating Comm. 1 "Beauty and brains combined to perfection" BETTY LOU MORRIS uBetSyn Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stadium Usher 3, 4: H.R. Sec. 1: Class Nom- inating Comm. 3: Jr. Play Comm.: Steuben Staff: Intramurals 3,4 "You're heavenly" I MARVIN ROBERT NEEDLES "Maw" Transfer student: Hi- Y 41 Intramurals 4 "The art of winning in business is in working hard" JAMES RICHARD NIEDERHUBER liJim!l Sr. Banquet Comm.: Basketball 2. 3: Base- ball 23 Football 3: Hi- Y 1, 2: Latin Club 3, 4-Pres. 4: Key Club 3. 4: H.R. Treas. 2: Buck- eye Boys' State "A shy but swell guy" WALLACE B. NEEL "Wally" Sr. Play Ticket Comm.: Football 1.2.3, 4-Tri- Capt. 4: Track l. 2. 3, -1: Basketball 1: Key Club 2. 3. 4-Treas. 4: Student Council 2: Jr, Prom Comm : Sr. Prom Comm.: H,R. Pres. I, 2, 3 "Scholar, athlete, and gentleman" RICHARD NOONAN "Little Rich" Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Transferred from Cath- olic Central in 1957: Spanish Club 1 "A friend in need is a friend indeed" LOUISIANA GOVERNOR LONG SUFFERS BREAKDOWN BEVERLY ROMAINE OLIVER HBevS! Freshman Choir: Pep- per Club 31 Student Council 3, 4: Intra- murals 1, 2, 3 "Reserved dignity and attractive pleasantnessn CATHERINE JEAN OLIVITO "Cookie" Pepper Club 2, 3. 4: Li- brary Staff 2, 4: Jr. Play Comm.: Assembly Usher: Student Coun- cil 4: Sr. Play Comm. "The Littlest Angel" RAYMOND JOE PAYNE "Stick" Football 3 "I've got the world on a string" JACQUELYN LEONA OLIVER "Jackie" Freshman Choir, F.T. A. 2: Intramurals 3, H.R. Treas. 13 Library Staff 4 An unselfish capacity for accommodating others" u SAMUEL EDWARD PAUL Hsami! "The dim haze of mystery" RONALD LEWIS PEACH "Peaches" Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm.: Los Amigos 1. 2, 3: Hi-Y 3: Library Staff 3: Intramurals 2, 3: Jr Play Comm.: H. R. V. Pres. 2 "Speak briefly and to the point" Page 40 CHARLES ANDREW JACK LEE PEARCE PEARCE "Chuck" "Dizzy" "This is work, here lies "Paint the town red" the difficulty' JUDITH FAYE RICHARD ALLEN PEARCE PENEBAKER "Judy" "Penny" Pepper Club 41 InIl'2i- "Y0u hit the 5p0t" murals 1. 2, 3 "There is a lady sweet and kind" MISSILE FIRING SUBMARINE LAUNCHED lu, l I gzrzr in--4' DAVID RICHARD PESUIT "Dave" Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, 4: Steuben Staff - Associate Edi- tor: Radio-TV Club 3. 4: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Logiciansi Class Nominating Comm. 2: Astronomy Club 3: La- tin Club 2: Science Club 4: Sr. Invitation Comm. "Music, Maestro, please" JEAN CAROL PETERSON "Jeanie" Band l, 2. 3. 4llnt1'z1- murals I: Pepper Club 4 "While we're young" LINDA FAY PHILLIPS Y-Teens 1, 2. 3,41 Pep- per Club 2. 4: Assem- bly Usher: Freshman Choir "A quiet girl" Page -il GARY ROGER PETERSON Steuben Staff - Circu- lation Manager: Sr. Prom Comm 1 Jr. Prom Comm.: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4- V. Pres. 4: Key Club 4: Science Club 3, 4- Tregis. 4: Student Coun- :il 1: Jr. Play Comm.: Sr. Logicians-V. Pres.: Sr. Assembly Comm: Class Nominating Comm. 2: French Club I, 2 "A wonderful guy" CAROLYN ELIZABETH PETTICE "A sweet and attractive way" WILMER RAYMOND POOLE "Wilbur" Football Manager 1, 2, 3. -i: Basketball Mana- ger I, 2. 3, 4: Baseball Manager I, 2. 3. 4 "We get a kick out of you" ROBERT LEE PORTER HI-deem "The end of labor is to gain leisure" GEORGIA BLACKMORE PRIEST Sr. Assembly Comm.. A Cappella Choir l. 2. 3, 4: Assembly Usher: Sr Prom Comm.: La- tin Club 2 - Treas.. Student Council l: Y- Teens I, 2. 3, 4: Pe - D per Club l, 2, 3, 4 "Stay as sweet as you are" JAMES WILLIAM POTTS llJirn!l H.R. V. Pres. 1 "You make us feel so young" WILLIAM JUSTUS PRITCHARD "Justice" Jr. Play Comm.: Foot- liall 3: Intramurals 3. 4 "Anything goes" IKE MAKES PEACE TOURS OF ASIA- MARY LUCILLE PROFIT Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 "Happiness is hers alone" JOYCE ELAINE RASIC Sr. Play Ticket Comm.: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep- per Club 2. 4: FN.A. 3. 4 - Treas. 4: Bible Club 1: Latin Club 2: Freshman Choir: As- sembly Usher "The lovely things you do" JAMES LEE RAYL uhm.. Hi-Y 3. -ll Jr. Play Cast: Sr. Play Cast "Nothing to waste but day. night, and time" Page 42 ROBERT HARVEY RANDOLPH lKB0b!7 Baseball Manager 13 Football Manager 2, 43 Basketball Manager 2: French Club 2: Jr. Play Comm.: H.R. Treas. 3 "We're glad there is youu RONALD RATH HR0nlY Football 1: Baseball 3: Intramurals 3, 4 "Rebel without a cause" MARGARET REESE "Our little Margie" EUROPE - AFRICA - JOHN SHERMAN RHODES ELEANORE SCOTT RICHARDS Football 1, 3, 43 Track "Scotty" 1, 3: Wrestling 3 "Happy talk" MARY LOUISE RIDER "Be cheerful always' EDWIN REED RITCHEY "Pete" Los Amigos 2: H.R. Pres 4: Intramurals 1 "I spoke too soon" A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Pepper Club 2, 4: "The secret of happi- ness is in her smile" CAROLYN LOUISE RIETZ A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. 4: Sr. Invitation Comm.-Chairman: F. N.A. 3, 4-Pres. 4g H. R. Pres 2: Student Council 1: Jr. Play Cast: Science Club 3, 4-Sec. 4: Sr. Logicians: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 41 Steuben Staff - Asso- ciate Editor: Assembly Usher: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Los Amigos 1, 2: Bible Club 1: Pep- per Club 2. 3. 4 "All the things you are" GARY LEIGH ROGERS liR0gH Sr. Assembly Comm.- Asst. Chairman: Key Club 4: A Cappella Choir 1, 2. 3: Steuben Staff: Science Club 3, 4: Student Council 2: H.R. Pres. 3: Jr. Play Cast: Sr. Play Cast "Responsibility walks hand in hand with capability' DONALD EUGENE REEVES HRuFub9v Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4 Hi-Y 1. 2 "Drifting and dreaming" BRUCE CHARLES REYNOLDS "Prunes" Sr. Banquet Comm.: Band 1, 2, 3. 4-Pres. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4 "Music Man" SOUTH AMERICA SHIRLEY REYNARD "Shirl" Intramurals 4: Beacon Staff 4 "Her heart is like the moon. there's a man in it" LOIS ANN REYNOLDS "Loie" Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm.: Pepper Club 4- Sec. 4: Stadium Usher 4: Student Council 2: H.R Pres. 1, Sec. 2. Treas. 3 "You stepped out of a dream" I RICHARD CHARLES ROMANO "Paw Ho" Freshman Choir "I don't care" DON RICHARD RUPE 6lD0n7! A Cappella Choir 1, 2. 3: Radio-TV Club 2, 3, 4: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 3: Los Amigos 1, 2 "Oh, yeah" CAROLYN SALERNO "Carrie" F.T.A. 1, 3, 4: H. R. Pres. 25 French Club 3, 4-V. Pres. 3: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4: Pepper Club 1, 2, 4: Sr. Logiciansg Sr. Play Cast "When you're smiling" KAREN LEE ROUSE Sr. Invitation Comm.: Band l, 2. 3, 4: Major- ette 2, 3. 4: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Assembly Ush- er: H.R. Trc-as. 1, V. Pres. 3 "The girl of my dreams" SANDRA IRENE RUSSLEE "Sandy" Y-Teens l, 2: Pepper Club l, 2, 3, 4: C.O.E. "My heart stood still" SANDRA ANN SANDELL "Sandi" Transferred from Wes- leyville High School, Erie Pa,, in 1958: Wes- leyville School Paper 1: Debate Club "Only you, and you alone" VISITS UNITED STATES PATSY SANTARELLI Transferred from Squ- ola Di Avviamenta Professionale. L'Aquial. Italy, in 1956 "Worth makes the man" JOHN CONSTANTINOS SCAVDIS "Greek" Hi-Y 4: Key Club 4: Transferred from Jef- ferson Union: Hi-Y 2 "I must be dreaming" Page 44 PATRICIA ANN SAWICKI "Sawicki" Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4: Assembly Ush- er: FN.A. 3, 4: H.R. V. Pres. 2. Sec. 3: Jr. Play Comm. "Oh, how I wish" MARGARET JANE SCHMID upeggyu F.N.A, 3. 4: Band l, 2: Orchestra 3. 4 "Memories of you" A lllf THEODORE SCHMID "Ted" H.R. Treas 3 "I'm sitting on top of the world" LILLIAN MARGARET SCHWERTFAG ER 1lLilOl "It's a woman's world" RONALD SCZRUBA "Soups" Football 4 "Speak briefly and to the point" ROBERT ALLEN SCHOPPE "Bob" Assembly Ticket Comm.: Jr. Play Cast: Key Club 4: Steuben Staff - Sports Co-Edi- tor: Student Council 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: French Club l. 2: Science Club 3. 4: Sr. Logicians: Jr. F rom. Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm "You stepped out of a dream" PAUL RAYMOND SCIPIO ..Ram.. Football l. 2, 3: Wrest- ling 2. 3. 4: Track 1, 2. 31 Intramurals 2, 4 "I d0n't know why" LINDA LEA SEARCH ullynnsv Transferred from Cath- olic Centralg Chorus 23 Dramatics l "She's found her man ROCKEFELLER WITHDRAWS FROM PRESIDENTIAL RACE SHARON MARGARET SEESE Y-Teens 11 Pepper Club 4: Band 2, 31 H.R. Treas. lg Beacon Staff 4: Steuben Staff-Spec- ial Features Co-Editor: Latin Club 1, 21 Sr. Logicians "Near you" WALTER DEAN SHRIEVE "Dean" Hi-Y 3, 4: Los Amigos 2: Intramurals l, 3, 4 "Seldom hurried, never worried" JOHN RICHARD SHAFFER llmckyv Transferrezl from Win- tersville "To strive, to seek, to find" FRANKIE MARIE SHUMA "Life is not to be per- fect, but to be lived" Page 45 6 LOIS DIANE SILBERINIAN "Loey" A Cappella Choir 1. 2. 3. 41 Sr. Logicizms: Pcp- per Club l. 2. 3. 4: Steuben Staff: ET A. 3: Los Amigos 2. 3: Jr. Play Comm.: Jr. Red Cross 1 "One in a million" LARRY DALE SIZEMORE Sr. Assembly Comm.: Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Bas- ketball 1, 2. 3. 4: Track 1, 2, 3. 4: Key Club 3. 4 - Sec. 4: Beacon Staff 3: Steuben Staff: H.R. V. Pres, 1, 2,Pres. 3: Jr Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: La- tin Club 2 " Mr. Wonderful" LARRY ALLEN SMOOT Los Amigos 3, 4: Wrest- ling 3, 4: Intramurals 4: Transferred from Scott High School: Me- chanic Club 2 "Take it easy" DOHRMAN SINCLAIR "Dorm" Sr. Banquet Comm.: Key Club 2. 3. 4: Foot- ball I. 2. 4: Baseball l. 2. 4: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Steuben Staff: HR. Sec. 2. Pres. I: Basketball 1. 2: Class Nominating Comm. 2: Los Amigos 4 - Pres. "The Smooth One" CHARLOTTE ANITA SMITH "Smithie" Transferred from Wayne High School "Too good to be true" BRENDA JEAN SNYDER "Brenal" Y-Teens 1: Jr. Red Cross 1 "Why don't you believe me?" MCCORMICK NCW MAYOR OF STEUBENVILLE GERTRUDE CARMELA SOTTILE "Trudy" Los Amigos 1. 2: Or- chestra 1 "Ain't she sweet?" SAMUEL RAY SPEAKER "Sam" Student Council Alt.3. 4: Football 2. 3: Trans- ferred from Jefferson Union: Varsity Club l: Football 1. 2: Track l: Basketball 1 "All American Boy" DONALD ALLAN SPEAKER uspeaku Football 2. 3. 4: Wrest- ling 2. 3: Track 2, 3. 4: H.R. Sec. 3: Trans- ferred from Jefferson Union "My Hero" KATHLEEN E. SPENCER "Kathy" ET A. 2: Los Amigos 2: Pepper Club l, 2: Y- Teens 1 "One alone" Page 46 JAMES FREDERICK STAIB ..Lew.. Football 1. 2. 3. 4-Tri- Capt. 4: Basketball 1: Track l. 2. 3: Student Council 2, 4-Pres. 4: Key Club 3. 4: Pres. of Jr. Class: H.R. Treas. l: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr Prom Comm.: Class Nominating Comm. 3: Sr. Invitation Comm. "On the field in any class. his brillance will surpass" DONNA LEE STARR Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 - Pres. 2, 43 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. 4: Pepper Club l. 2, 3: F.N.A. 3: Latin Club 2: Science Club l, 2, 3: H.R.Treas 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 1: Jr. Play Comm.: Sr. Invitation Comm. "Softly speaks and sweetly smiles" JOHN ROBERT STEWART liJackU "Leisure is the creation of great ideas" ROBERT B. STAIB 4lBob!! Science Club 3, 4: Ra- dio-TV Club 4: Trans- ferred from Lorain High School: Projec- tionists Club 1. 2 "Dear Future: Here I come" PAUL ROBERT STEAD llpauri Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Los Amigos 1 "Be sure you are right: then go ahead" BENJAMIN FRANKLIN STILLWAGON "Bennie" Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, Wresling 23 H.R. Treas. l-Sec 3, 4 "Good humor is always a success" BAND MARCHES IN CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL I' NORMA JEAN STUCK ltN0rm!! Student Council lg Pep- per Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F. N.A. 4: Science Club 4: Los Amigos 4: Steu- ben Staff "Sugar and spice and all things nice" SARA JEAN SURGENOR Pepper Club 2. 3. 4: Steuben Staff: Beacon Staff 4-Adv. Manager: Sr. Assembly Ticket Comm. "A certain attraction that causes reaction" Page 47 CAROLYN ANN SUNYOGER Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Steuben Staff: Y-Teens 4: F.N.A. 3, 4 "Her personality is as sweet as her smile" THOMAS LEE SWITZER lIT0m9! Sr Assembly Comm. - Co - Chairman: Key Club 4: Steuben Staff: Football l. 2, 3. 4, Wrestling 2, 3: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Track 1. 2, 3: Hi-Y 3. 4 "There's only one way a good guy can go - up!! DONNA JEAN TAYLOR llDJ.l9 Y-Teens l. 4: Pepper Club 2. 3 "Quiet until you know her: then she's bound to be fun" STEPHEN GARY THOMAS liwvhiteytn "Life is made for living" VIRGINIA ELAINE THORNTON "Gynnie" Los Amigos 2: Intra- murals 2: Pepper Club 4 "Tis good to live and learn" LYNDA SUE THOMAS Sr. Play Ticket Comm.: A Cappella Choir l. 2. 3. 4: Beacon Staff-As- sociate Ezlitor 4: Pep- per Club 2. 3. 4: Steu- ben Staff: Jr. Play Cast: Stadium Usher 4: Assembly Usher: Y- Teens 2: F.T A. 2: La- tin Club 2: Sr. Logi- clans "Phoooooom!" LAWRENCE HAYES THOMPSON "Larry" Band 3. 4-Drum Major 4: Key Club 3. 4: Rad- io-TV Club l. 2. 3, 4- Business Manager 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Football l: French Club 3. 4 "lt's nice to be import- ant and important to be nice" RICHARD SAMUEL TORBICA "Rich" H.R. Pres. 2: French Club l. 2: Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4 "Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow we may die" 5 DEMOLISHED BY FIRE KAREN DIANE TOSI A Cappella Choir l. 2, 3, 4: Sr. Banquet Comm.: Y-Teens I. 2. 3. 4-V. Pres. 21 Pepper Club 2. 3. 4: Reserve Cheerleader 2: Varsify Cheerleader 3. 4-Capt, 4: Steuben Staff: Los Amigos 2-Treas: Jr. Play Comm. "She's very wise. but not so tall: for precious things are often small" SHIRLEY MAE TOWNSEND "Shirl" Freshman Choir: Y- Tceng l. 2, 3. 41 Pep- per Club 2 "I think: therefore. I am" Page 48 HARRIETTE VIRGINIA TOSON Pepper Club 3. 4: In- tramurals l. 2. 3: Bas- ketball Usher 2: Pro- gram Seller 2. 3. 4 "A light heart lives long" TERRY ELLIS TRIMMER "Flea" ir. Assembly Comm.: Key Club 3. 4-Pres, 4: liaise-ball 1.12. 3. 411388- kctlrzill 1. 1Z.3. -41 Latin !'lub 2. 3. 4-Pres, 22 litickcyc Boys State: Sopboinfm- Class Pres.: Ir. Prom Comm.: Sr. Twin Comm.: Steuben Stuff - Sports Co-Edi- or: H R, Pres. l, 3. 4: llwliu-TY Club 2. 31 Nominating Comm. l. 1' Football 22 'Of such we may be proud" JUDY LOUISE TIISKE "Tusk" Iiepper Club l. 2. 3. 4. HR. Sec. 3: Y-Teens l. 2. -1. FB..-X. l "A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance" AIJRELIA ELAINE VINCENT "Arlie" Y-Teens 1: Freshman Choir: Intramurals l: Pepper Club -1 "Simple and sweet. loved by all she meets" NICKY VOGAGIS Pepper Club 1: Assem- bly Usher: Freshman Choir: F.B.L.A. 2 "Sincereity is the key to friendship" LARRY LEROY VANCE "Pee Wee" Track I: Intramurals l. 4: Basketball 3 "I married an angel" EMILIA MARCIA VIOLA Steuben Queen Attend- ant 1: Pepper Club I. 2, 3: HR. Pres. 1. 4 - Sec. 2: Latin Club 21 Steuben Staff - Sr. Co- Editor: Jr. Prom Comm.: Sr. Prom Comm.: Beacon Staff 4 - Editorial Co-Editor: F.T.A. 21 Class Nomin- ating Comm. I2 Sr. In- vitation Comm. "Cute and petite. charming and Sweet" ROBERT FRED WADDELL "Flats" "Happiness is the supreme object of existence" COLLEGE'S NEW CAMPUS BEGUN PATRICIA ANN WATKINS "Patsy" Program Seller 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball Usher 3: Pepper Club 3. 4 "Never trouble trouble 'till trouble troubles you" JUANITA MARY WHISMAN "Dee" Pepper Club I. 2. 3. 4: F.T.A. 2. 3. 4: Jr. Red Cross 3. 4: Y-Teens 3. 4: Latin Club 2 "Goes her way in a spritely fashion" Page 49 X Qf. NVILLIAINI EDXVAIIID WELSH "Bill" Foollizill li Hi-Y l. 2. 3 4' L'1tii1 Club 2' H H. Sec: 3. 'li.ic-k l. 2. Class Num. Comm l "A quiet manner finds his waxy" DONNA KAY WHITE Sr. Play Ticket Comm.. Pepper Club 2. 3. 43 Beacon Staff 41 A Cap- pella Choir l. 21 HR. Treas. 1. 2-Pres 3: Jr. Prom Comm.: Y-Teens 2: Jr. Red Cross l "Good things come in small packages" it LEWIS WHITE "Buddy ' A friend of many: a foe of none" ROBERT WICKERSHAM .ivvickn "The only way to have a friend is to be a friend" RICHARD WILLIAM WEISBERGER "Bill" Radio-TV Club 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 2: French Club 3. 4: Jr. Play Cast: Class Nominating Comm. 2. 3. 4: Student Council 3. 4: Steuben Staff - Adv. Manager: Sr. Logicians: Science Club 3. 4: Track 4 "Ambition leads to success" JACQUELYN MAY WIGGINGTON "Jackie" Los Amigos l. 2. 3 - V. Pres. 3: Steuben Staff: F,T A. 4: Pepper Club l. 2. 3. 42 Y- Teens 1 "She who lives quietly lives well" TOM CUNNINGHAM NAMED HIGH SCHOOL ALL-AMERICAN JAMES ARTHUR WILLIAMS 4-Jinnnyu Transfeiwed from Mary M, Bethune High School, Halifax Va. in 1958: Glee Club 1: Sei- ence l: Football 2. 3: Baseball 2. 3 "It is a very hard undertaking to seek to please everybody" MERCY LEE WILLIAMS "Mutt" Assembly Usher "It's worth the price just to be nice" SYLVIA JEAN VVISE llztnfi l. 2. 3. -li Latin Club 2. 3. 41 Pepper Club 11 l'i'oei'ain Sell- ei' li Assembly Usher: Student Council Alt. 2: Steuben Queen At- tencizint 4: S11 Assem- l'ly Ticket Coinni. "Don't ever change" JUDITH ANN WILLIAMS ..Judy.. H.R. V. Pres. 4: Oi'- ehestra l. 2. 3, 4: Band l. 2. 3. 43 Los Amigos l, 2: Y-Teens 1. 4: F. T. A. 4 "Always the same - nice" SANDY WILLIAMS Basketball l. 2. 3. 4 - Capt. l. 3 - Co-Capt. 4: Football I, 32 Base- ball 3. 4: Track 2: Key Club 3. 4 "You're the tops" LUIS JANE WISENEII "Janie" Si. Play Cast: Pepper Club 2. 2. 3. 4: Student Council 2: Y-Teens l. 21 H.R. Treas 1: Bea- rftn Stzitt' 4: Assembly Lkbeii Sit Assembly Ctiinin. "You'd be so nice to come home to" Page BU 3 .-I me JAMES VERNON WOOLF Deceased A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Radio-TV Club 2, 3, 42 Projectionist Club 3, 4 GARY WAYNE ZESIGER "Zess" Intramurals 1, 3 "The best laid schemes of mice and men" REBECCA LOU WOOD uBeckyn Steuben Staffg Beacon Staff 4-Editorial Co- Editorg Science Club 3, 4 - Treas. 43 A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pepper Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2,-Chap- lain 23 Jr. Play Comm.g Y-Teens 1, 23 Sr. Ban- quet Comm. "Music, music, music" RICHARD ZUMPANO uzunlpn Football 1, Track lg Intramurals 1, 2, 3 "A big man at the 'Y' " 'E' FRANCE EXPLODES ATOMIC BOMB DAVID HENRY CAMPBELL "Dave" "I ain't gonna worry" WILLIAM JAMES COUNCIL "Jake" Football 1, 3, 43 Track 2g Program Seller 2 "I'll get by" WALTER RAYMOND PARKS Latin Club lg Glee Club 23 Transferred from Salineville, Ohio in 1959 "So fine" EUGENE ARTHUR RENZELLI Transferred from Catholic Central in 1957 "A ride on a rainbow" KENNETH KEITH CHURCH HBud!! Transferred from Catholic Central in 1958 "There is merit in being liked" WALTER THADD MORGAN "Walt" Garden Club 1, 2 - Pres. 23 Bible Club 1, 2, 3: Football 1 "Silence is golden" MARIE PATRICIA RASKA llPat!, Stadium Usher 3, 4, CO.E.g Pepper Club 2 "So easy to remember" HUEY H. SMITH "Dumbo" Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Wrestling lg Sr. Play Ticket Comm. "I haven't time to be a, millionaire" Q ,james Hernnn mnnlf This happy occasion of graduation has been tempered by the loss of one of our most respected classmates, Jim Woolf. His warm smiling presence was a happy addition to any activity, academic or social. He will be long remembered and missed by those of us who knew him. Page 51 4, ,, ...,,4Nsh A 1 ,-.-Q clv""M' gf xi '. .'v . ' cn 3 O J 'as . I: 3. is ' 5, 5 O K . Q F . , Q I .Q-3 v 51X . ,'.d33,-:-5.cg+' Em ' 2-f.-az' X Al x 5 43 ' :I 29 'D Q . ..':ff"' 5 . 2255 Z ,1"9, Q gif f f,-uf :gy 5 gig w , ,: W kk W V -ZTQXQ, K I 6, V :.,g'-.:.,:f'i1,V I , , , U- - f U, . , I . A , ' 2 J as . A-'f-i"3' Q Q gn9f4E'rw 3 '9 Z ML' . - .2 E , Z O Q w. ff ,ff U7 L, ' 'A - f rrv g G I Y' . I 1 -:i 1, 'ei' U. ,- E 'Q it gf .J I Y nw, N 45' K W' 1 mf. A.: ,.h, Z" , vt 9 7 tif. 'X 75? r ROCESS E 'U P 525465105 ,If 5 ' 'li K Q: K f LL X K wel -fbl9QElE' .ff ,S Jag war-lm in-,gg 1. 2 gi- ,,5,Kga 17 E 21 Front Row - Bob Crossley. Larry Sizemore, Jim Staib,Wa11y Neel. Tom Cunningham, Bob Kramer, Bob Jack Minnis. Middle Row - Tom Sobolewski. Tom Switzer. Dick Stratton. Bob Marshall, Willie Simmons, Leon Lindsey. Jim Conrad, and Manager Charles Criss. Back Row - Paul Pyle. Don Speaker. Bill Diederich Johnson. Larry Terry. James Council, John Rhodes, and Manager Russell Jeter. BIG RED Varsity Football Steubenville Big Red has once more gained prestige among the major football powers of Ohio as this years gridiron squad established the best football record since 1951. In the final AP. poll. the Stubbers finished in the 13th spot in the state. This team was also the highest scoring since 1951 as it produced a total of 323 points to the opponents' 67. offensively. an axerage of 32,3 points per game. 'lhc conclusion of the season marked the passing of another fine group of boys from the Steuhcnxille High School football picture. Some of them will go on to make their mark on college gridirons as hate many others before them. Steuhemille Big Red will undoubtedh find it a difficult task to replace the 17 senior members xi ho will be lost by graduation. IS ii. iw . J' ,ya 9, I 5 -: .E I F ' l i . ,Ag ,- 3?,,x3Ml T' l, l DeFa11o. Dave Hutter, and Manager s, James Smith, Dohrman Sinclair, Ron Sczwbai Jim Evans, William Head football coach. Hal Paul RATED l3fl1 IN STATE A team may have the best material available, but it takes a determined coaching staff to make it great. The fine record which was posted by the varsity, reserve, and freshman teams, shows without a doubt that the l959 football campaign was one of which Steubenville High School can be proud. Head Coach, Hal Paul, and his fine coaching staff devoted a great deal of their time and effort to produce three outstanding teams which compiled an overall record of I9 wins and 5 losses. Coach Paul's assistants were Abe Bryan. who coached the backfield for the varsity and reserves: Charles Watt, who had charge of the varsity tackles, ends, and reserve linemen: Ray Hoyman. who coached the defensive linemen: Gus DclRosa who coached the center of the varsity line and the freshman linei and Walt Owens, who coached the varsity punters and the freshman backfield. Front Row left to right- Abe Bryan. Hal Paul, Joe Mickey, and Gus DelRosa. Back Row - George Medich, Ray Hoyman, Chuck Watt, and Walt Owens. 'J NVTP """T 1, ni rl., 9 . sq I .pf-H' 'Q' ' it is 3 Q' 12.--1311 15 Bob Johnson. Halfhack Bob Kramer, Guard Dohrman Sinclair. End Jim Staih. Guard SEVENTEEN SENIORS RESPONSIBLE .lim Conrad. Center .lohn Rhodes. Halfhack Larry Sizemore. End Dave Hutter, End Bill Diederich, Tackle QQ J 5 Q' . v f'i33ii3 ls 'R 1 ,ilts -QQ ,Oli , xv., ff-'N -ke 'P-if 4' ...emi NHS ,,- '.' W ' f .17 MQ, E11 Boh Crossley. Quarterback Tom Switzer. Center Tom Cunningham. Fullhack Wally Neel. Hallhack FOR WINNING SEASON An end sweep goes for extra yardage. l .lay Del-'allo. Tackle James Council. End Don Speaker. Tackle Ron SClI'Uh1i.'l'1iCkl0 ' til I .Q iff" .... j 46 Akron Hower 6 Steubenville Big Red surged to its biggest season debut in 12 years as it trounced Akron Hower by a score of 46 to 6. The speed zmd fine defensive play of the Stubhers were too much for the Akronites. as they often turned the ball over to Big Red on fumbles. The seven touchdown procession was led by Tom Cunningham. Big Red's powerful 205 pound fullhacl-1. who scored 3 times. 27 Weirt-on 6 Big Toni Cunningham rolled over xVL'lI'lUlliS undefeated Red Riders as he chalked up ali four ot thc Stubbers' TDR The Big lied completel-x out- classexi their stubborn oppon- ents in ex'erAv tield of play. Holi Kelley' was the key' figure in the Riders' offense. but Lenny Bloom accounted for the lone Weir touchdown, Please. boys - one at a time. BIG RED POSTS RECORD 8 VYarren Harding 13 ln a hard-fought battle. Steu- lenville Big Red went down to its first defeat of the season at the hands of the Warren Panthers by the close score of 13 to 8. Big Red scored its lone touchdown in the fourth quarter after a 76 yard drive as Tom Cunningham plunged from 2 yards out. Warrcn's Paul Warfield lived up to his reputation as the best halfback in America as he accounted for all thc- l,2illillCl'SA points. 8 Massillon 28 Big l-lui went down to its 12nd defeat tit the season to Ohitfs No. l ratcxi high school football teiin, lw' ii score of 118 to H, liig l-ierik lttnc tally came with 5 minutes remaining in the 12nd utiarter. on a drive led ln' Tom Cunningham and Bolt Cross- lvft, Klitrslllrrli liivli tlI'4rt'vt'1it'fl to score Zi inure ttitit-liztixxias lillll halt Big lie i's only get-.itat hal! fll are Page 51-1 47 Youngstown Rayen 6 The Stiibbers scored a smashing victory over Youngstown Rayen as they sparkled with T touch- downs and extra points to total a score of 47 to 6. There were two long runs of 90 and 83 yards by Dave Hutter and Bob Johnson. respectively. for touch- downs The lonesome end pro- duced for the first time this season in the form of a pass from Crossley to Sinclair. cov- ering 49 yards. 15 Canton Mc-Kinley 0 Steultenville lite l-lcd broke its awa5 game .tinx hy beating the powerttxl Canton Mt-Kinley llullutigs 15 to tl, 'I'hc Stubbers' dn-tense and the puntmg of Wally Neel kept the Bulldogs in their own territory' through- out thc night. lloltlrv .Johnson 5t'1illQlJl'll'tl T5 yards and Toni Cunninghan. 15 yards to score the io.1clifitv,'.'iis tor llig Bed. Extra points were made by Sift-na ti c anti Cunningham OF8 Akron Elle! ,1,, Rnd g., nngd 1ts 111th NIC OIX lx lolltng oxu Akxon Ellet 68 8 The tmil SLOIC xx lb 0 ol the tom hlghest exet com Ld 1 Bn, Red toot a tmm lht wonmg xxas splexd xlftlx among thu Stub els 1th stun men ttllxmg Exetx mlm the xnmtx aqui stxx actlon hx the flnal pextod du g Toledo Llbbex lu mnnhei to tts foul N fit xlnt md the Slx th 1939 Q tmp 11 In hx tlounc Tocio Ltbl ex lo a scote -l to 0 Tom Cunmngham 1 L c the touch loxx n ptocewxon xx hlch L awed the xx out defeat Llbbex had xuttetel oxet 1 Span o xc n X Barberton The Stubbem lolled to he longest xxmnmg streak amce 1901 hx uefeatmg Balberton Hnghs 'VIdglCS lox the score of 31 to 0 It xx as the llfth Qtxalght XlLlO1X lox Comh Pauls chalg es Clllllllllghfllll Cxosslex and lNeel meounted tot the Steu lgnxtlle touchcloxxm Central Blg Rad xxon the cttx Cham ptonahtp ot the 1909 football carhpalgn hx smothetmg Cath ollc Centxal bx SCO19 of 2 to 0 Btg Red: otfeme xxas spenlxel bx 1 06 xazd punt 19 tum bx Bob Johnfon to Qet up the Qecond touchdoxxn The game th last fo1 l semots xx1ll lie a game xemembe1 ed bx them as thex plaxed then be-Qt all around game of the seaaon Page a9 lerrx picks up xardage I fri lust one more step Kellx of lxCll10Il stopped for no gam f',1o'fL,f.,"'1.. ',.' ' ' ' , 1, V ,, . - - 1' , IK' f V V v . V I x - 2 68 8 31 0 PR: - 12' '- 4 Q 'A ' ', t 'g' I ' t . s - V ' l ' x ' ' Q 'A V 'I 5 to , x " t ' 'z ' ne V' h j Z' A ' ' E by 1 ., . b I V I Y., . ,. L i . 'Z ' 1 X k. , .' ,, B. L. . k , , .A. . Z , , 'J , - Nj- ,I x Z .A I V 1. Y -Z . . - me 3 " of X 'z 1' j ' Af d fl ' - ' qt ' z ' ' Q ' ' ot' l - fame. 47 ' g 0 27 ' 0 Big 'P -l z'- r 'J 'th ' - ' 'A' - :traigl " 't Wy 2 Q :th ' , H' ' ' A of Q .T 'z Kg, j ' - .. ' 1 Q 5 ' - ing li: ' 3 j 5' ' ' ' ,' a ' T of T , ' . l - - ' :mil Wzllx' Ne xl lei 6- ' ' " : g . Q ' ' - L ' 4 " ' I ' ' 2 J ' f 24 . e ' T ' ' , .Q .5 . . . K. i i Front Row - llenry Herring, Paul Cunningham. Kenny Lawson. Bill Shernit, Richard Newman, Harrv rcher Steve Schaefer. Ken Potts. Jim Patterson and John Barnes. Middle Row - Isaiah Culbreath, David Allen, To Williams, Tom Aird. Clifford Booth. David Ohle. Woody Hill. John Call and Leavie Davis. Back Row - Bil Barren. Bill Hoyman. Harold Ray. Kieth Straka. Mel Hubbard. Clyde Putnam. Eddie Toson. Pat Peters. an Chuck Vfeiher. 'l he Big and Abe finishing 'l he l.itt powering txxo in a ot' 22-lil RESERVES WIN 6, LOSE 3 Reserve Football Red Reserxes. eoaehed by Chuck Watt Bryan. eompleted a winning season by with a reeord of 6 wins and 3 losses. le Stuhhers opened the season hy over- Vkintersxille 20-0. 'lhey then dropped roxx to Warren and Central hy scores and 20-lo respeetixely, ilihe Reserves then nent on to win 3 straight. defeating Nlassillon Reserx es 20-lo. lfollanshee I4-tl. and Nlartins Ferry l-1-ll helore losing to lrondale Yarsity ll-ll. Ihex eoznnleted their season hx defeating Doxer IN-0 and Varrollton IX-IJ. Page till S. . K. ,- O.- , t U1 ,sg ,X A Qrf,,qe5':'.',.if:" - s,,.,' .Q . ,x:fQ.fy?,-:Q-fees' ,-li":" '?":..,,,P S' ,eg '55 .. ii if . fe, ff, . ff s .6 2' " i 'N' 83" .,,.4s,'4s.,,,v'3 g 'few g g S- ff 'zffi vggv ren-ff"' 'X R' its Oops! l'an't gn that way. .nu Firxt Ron -- Harrx Wilson. Ray lcrrl.. Rich Ranaldo. John DeFranclx. Floxti White. and Recd Blanchard, Second Roxx -BillCuNack.C1eorge Platt. Royal Nlaxo. Bill Williztnix. Jcrrx Willix. and Ron Orlando, Third Roxx - Nlikc Pcxuil. HuntLr Boxlan Sam Sekoral Boh XNL1n mm CltrLnLL Vkhixman ind LxL Boum in Fourth Roxx Rtx FrLLm1i Floxd Stinxon Chtrlex Hicks JoL Hon lon N It in xid Crtr i FROSH POST UNDEFEATED SEASON if 4. but .34 fd rf? Freshman Football L RLL lruhm in loo htll IL tm Lomp L L lls l9WL1nmu n xxith in undLlLttLd md untiLLl ord lhix 1 rlLLLl th h x - I h L r xhn L l 1xL li ldLd tn undLlLiLL tL rm L Nlllllll L thL ho o o LlLlLl thL FLNLFNL IL imx from BL txLr l oL il llklc irroll tw hx NLUTLN ol 'S Io N ind YN to '4 rLxpLLt1xL x L M1 UH L L 1 IINLN UD I1 N LLlulL hx LlLlLit1n hi 1rL1 ntrt I 6 mtl Folltns LL 3 N nx ol thL outxt tndin nl txLrx LU 1LhLd hx il xLnx ind Crux DL Rom xxi Hlllxt. 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F f DISTRICT AA CHAMPIONS The 1959 60 Big Red varslty basketball team coached by Ang Vaccaro shown at the left conslsts of 13 mem bers In the front royy from left to rlght are Charles D1nley Sonny WIIIIRHIS Buzzy SIHCIHU' Bob Marshall Jlm Hull and Dlxle Dudukoyrch Back Royy Terry Trimmer Cornell Jones Phll 'Vlusgraye Sandy Vhlhams Larry Sizemore Tom Soboleyyskl and Daye Hutter VARSITY BASKETBALL Pllle sueeesslul WW 60 hlsleetbxll se xson ol th B1 Rcd e wers yyent doyyn rn the records as one of yyhleh my sehool eould yyell be proud The semor LIOFDIIIIILCI squad led hy Ohxos Ufeilesl one tyyo seorln- yynllop ol Sindy Wlllllms md yyms md only H losses Lndcr the superylslon ot he id eoieh Ano X 1ce1ro thc Stuhhcrs yyon the OX AC Triple A ch lmplonshlp the sectional tourniment and the exstern dlslrlct AA ch 1m plonshlp Sandy Vlrllums e1llOh1o ehoucc warn broke ill school records is he plled up I vrand totil sf N83 polms throu 'hour the se xson The Bug Red yarslty and reserye basketball mana gers are from left to rlght Duck Kamerer Llonel Booker Jack NIIIIIIIS Jerry Fornyyalt and Ray Poole Pabe 63 'r. e' - 1 ' c vltxi N. ' . N. xy 5- x '. L 'V ts w x 1 ' T x - A1f . '.' v' "::'11 V 1- ' ' 5 1 ' 1 I' ' '1 5 1 ' Phil Nlusgrmc. compiled an oycrull record of I9 ' I 1 1' f ,-,' Y. ' ' q X ' HZ ' 1X I 3 '1 N1 . J ' X . 1 H . ' 11, 1 ' 1 - f ' V' " '1 ,. ' - ' ' ' . 'D ' 'f 1 J K 1, X ' 1 1 :J 1 1 , . f L X J 1. . O KN, ff '- Q LB 434 Q fy A x 3 ass E L 'A 4 jk 1 1,5 Ajv"""""' 5- X 5 I 2 I 2 X Sw ? 86,5 ui 1 P5 If fi lr 'ff , .L - 2 ro 4 .1 rt M . E.: X l I E , 4 A' , K, Dave Hutter Sandy Williams Phil Musgrave Larry Sizemore LED BY SEVEN SENIORS .X-tiskit-a-tasket - Where's the doggune basket? Page 65 . f Rebound to Nlusgrav e T0 - Big Betl vs. Fairmont West - 37 Steubenville Big Red opened the H59-60 bas- ketball campaign by downing a tough Fairmont West team by a score of 70 to 57. Co-captain Sandy Williams started the season off vvith a bang by dropping 38 points through the hoop. 72: - Big Bed vs. Follanshee - 631 Winning the second game of the season. the Stuhbers defeated Follansbee by a score of 73 to 63. Co-captains Phil Musgrave and Sandy Williams led the attack with 23 and 22 points respectively. 312 - Big Bed vs. llover - till Although outscoring the Dover Tornadoes in field goals. Big Red faced its first loss of the campaign at the foul line as the Tornadoes won 63 to 52. Williams took scoring honors by drop- ping in ZX points. 65 - Big Red vs. l'itts. Sehenley - ll The Stubbers snapped back from their first loss of the season to defeat Pittsburgh Schenley by a score of 65 to 41. Co-captains Williams and Mus- grave led the Big Red attack with 26 and I7 points respectively. HN - Big Bed vs. l'itts. Fifth Ave. - 51 Big Red was victorious over a highly rated Pitts- burgh Fifth Avenue team by a score of 68 to Sl. Phil Musgrave, playing his best game of the young season. led the attack with 28 points. TSI - Big Red vs. Weirton - 57 Big Red collected its fifth victory of the season by defeating its arch-rival, the Weirton Red Rid- ers. by a score of 73 to 57. The scoring was led by co-captains Phil Musgrave and Sandy Williams. S5 - Big Bed vs. Bellaire - M The Stubbers suffered their second loss of the season to Bellaire by a score of 87 to 85. The Stubbers' style was cramped by the confines of the strange Bellaire gym. T2 e Big Bed vs. Bellaire - til 'lhe Yaecaromen gained quick revenge by drop- ping Bellaire hy a score of 72 to 6-1 less than a vveek after the heart-breaking loss. The attack was led by co-captains Williams and Musgrave, 32 Y- Big Red vs. t 'anton Nleliinley -60 lhe jinx of the Canton field house continued from previous years as the Nleliinley Bulldogs doxv ned the Big Red 60 to 52. 'l he Stubhers scor- ed at the foul line but could not find the range from the field. Sandy Williams led the scoring with 2-1 points. T2 - Big Bed vs. Martins Ferry - 62 The Big Red gained its 7th victory of the season by dumping Martins Ferry 72-62. The potent one-two punch of Williams and Musgrave. scor- ing 3l and 16 respectively. highlighted the eve- ning. tif - Big Bed vs. Youngstown So. - 55 The Big Red basketball team rolled up its eighth victory of the year with a score of 68-55 by de- feating Youngstown South. Sandy Williams led the Stubber attack with 23 points. and Phil Mus- grave added 17 points. N2 - Big Bed vs. Steuh. Central - Sill The high powered Big Red rolled up its largest score of the year by trouncing home town rival. Catholic Central. by a score of 82-30. Williams led the attack with 31 points and Musgrave fol- lowed with I7 points. 51 - Big Bed vs. Akron Central - TH The Big Red suffered its fourth defeat of the season to a powerful Akron Central team, by a score of 78-54. Akron's tall team controlled the boards most of the night which proved to be the difference in the score. T9 - Big Red vs. Weirton - 52 Big Red rolled to its 10th victory with a repeat win over the Weir Red Riders. 79-52. The Stub- bers played an exceptionally good defensive game. Williams and Musgrave once more led the scor- ing with a combined total of 54 points. TT - Big Red vs. Steuh. Central - 15 The high-powered Big Red defeated Catholic Central for the second time this season to win the City Championship. Hutter. Hill. and Dudu- kovich were at their best on defense. and Williams z'n.i Mu grave led the offense. s5 - Big Red vs. Follanshee - ill Steubenville won their last home game by wallop- ing Follansbee by 39 points. The Stubbers took the lead early in the first quarter and never re- linquished it. Co-captain Sandy Williams pushed in 24 points followed by Phil Musgrave with 18 points. Tl - Big Red vs. Youngs. lYils0n - 72 The Vaccaromen won their thirteenth game by defeating Youngstown Wilson by a close margin of two points. High scoring for Big Red was done by Co-captains Sandy Williams and Phil Mus- grave totaling 38 and 21 points respectively. Tl - Big Red vs. Martins Ferry - 62 The Stubbers won their l4th game by defeating Martins Ferry the second time in the season and retained the OVAC Championship. The team was led by the one-two punch of Phil Musgrave and Sandy Williams. both scoring 21 points. The pause that refreshes. Wi Page GT Williams off on a spree 5U 42 1 44 The 1959-60 reserve basketball players and coach are front row left to right- Clyde Putnam, Jim Ste- wart, Jim Becker. Ken Lawson, and Chuck V!'eiher. Btck Row - Harold Ray. Leavie Davis, Charles Hicks. Chuck Robbins. Henry Herring, and Coach Chuck Watt, RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM WINS 14 of 16 You can't haw it - it's mine. The 1959-60 Big Red reserve basketball team compiled one of its best records in years with l-1 xyins and two losses. 'lhis years team was made up of five juniors. eight sophomores. and one freshman. Cornell Jones and Tom Sobolewski. who later moved up to the varsity. were the leading figures of this year's team. Coaehed by Chuck Watt. the reserves did an outstanding job this year and are expected to do great things in years to eome as they per- form for the varsity. Junior members of the reseryes are Tom Sobo- levtski. Cornell Jones. Buzzy Sinclair. Tom Wil- liams. and Charles Danley. . , . . t"i F v' Wt-Mitt-it IJi"'f's .lb ul---Niartins Pvt-ry i. ff H.. .. tt- t UH, 4'-' I-' tlfartsiee 34 58- Xottttgstoyxit Sotztrt to -Iloyt-1 411 ntl- Czttltolit' Ct-itttttl - 1 y. Pzitsi xueit Sciiettit-y 33 TIP- .-Xkron Ceitttxtl Ll Pittsi tuglt I-'ittit Aye. 319 54- We-irtoit H2 Wt-irtoit -45 -XT Czttlxrflit' Ct-ittial -lr fin-liiiltt' if-1 T5 Ftiillftlritrt' out -la-limit' 32 H12-Kiztrttits Ftttg. Page HH FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM POSTS 'I4-'I RECORD Steubenville Highs freshman basketball team, coached by Walt Owens. compiled an outstanding record of 14 wins and only one loss. The only loss came at the hands of the Catholic Central Freshmen. The Little Stubbers later avenged this loss with a 63-39 victory over the little Crusad- ers. The future of the Big Red varsity basketball team looks bright indeed. Mayo soars high for rebound. The 1959-60 freshman basketball squad. managers, anzl coach are. standing left to right, Walt Owens. Mac Phillips, Ron Devono, Ron Moyers. Gene Dossett, Frank Neil. Ron Mazzaferro, Ray Freeman, Bob iVeinman. Royal Mayo, Tony Reda, and Harry Wilson. Shown kneeling are, left to right. mgr. Henry Cohen. Ron Yan- nen, Dave Brown. Rich Ranallo, and mgr. Dan Hrnack. Page 69 , 'sg All right you guys! Hold the li BASEBALL Newman cuts at a wide one. A record Z9-game schedule and a berth in a new Eastern Ohio League added excitement to the spring competition for Coach Ang Yacarros Steubenville High baseball team. With the 29- game schedule Coach Yacarro's belief in a "game- a-dayu finally came true. A squad of 38 candi- dates were led by X letter winners which included Captain Dohrman Sinclair. outfielder: Terry Trimmer. pitcher: Dave Hutter. third baseman: 'lom DiFalco. short-stop: Sandy Williams. first basemanz Buzzy Sinclair. second baseman: Tom Sobolewski. pitcher: and Jack Gray. pitcher. Rudy Hudec. University of Pittsburgh graduate and star sandlot pitcher. served as Vacarro's baseball assistant. ,...- , Hutter hauls one in. ll S ex E " bl we l'he 1060 Big Red Baseball Team shown above was coached by Ang Vacarro and Rudy Hudec. 29 GAME SCHEDULE PLAYED BY STUBBERS What do ya mean - out? Double play coming up! Page 71 WRESTLING SQUAD This years Big Red wrestling squad completed iis best season since its reyiyal as a varsity sport in 1956 by compiling a record of five wins. four losses. and one tie. The grapplers beat the Barnes- yille Shamroeks and the Brilliant Blue Devils twice each and split with Weirton. They lost to Bridgeport. Beaver Local, and Martins Ferry. Their record also included a tie with Martins Ferry. The xarsity team was composed of six seniors and live juniors. Their wrestling weights ranged from H73 pounds to 235 pounds. The team mem- bers elected as their co-captains Tom Switzer and Bob Johnson. who were three-year lettermen. The 1959-60 varsity wrestling squad, coached by Gus DelRosa, are shown kneeling left to right Larry Smoot, co-captain Bob Johnson. Paul Scipio. Buzzy Miller. Sam Paul, and Bob Bair. Standing - Fred Shock. co- captain Tom Switzer, Wally Neel, Willy Simmons, and Paul Pyle. Who's in trouble? Now cut that out! GOLF TEAM The N60 golf team filled the season with eighteen matches and posted an official record of nine wins and two losses. Among the many teams that the linksmen defeated were Weirton. Moundsville. Weirton Madonna. St. Clairsville. Tiltonsville. New Philadelphia. and Martins Ferry. The links- men also competed in the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference playoffs and the district tournaments at Belmont Hills Country Club. The team is coached by Abe Bryan. The members of the golf team included lettermen Paul Stead. Randy Dunkle. Nick Ogrizovich, Jack Bonar. Dave Bizik, Jim Becker, and Dave Rush. Other members of the team were Tom Wilson, Gary Kesig, Tom Longo. Chuck Humes, and Jack Maus. Good shut, Nick! The 1960 Golf Team shown left to right kneeling Charles Humes, Gary Kesig, Jack Bonar, Dave Bizik, Tom Wilson, and Tom Longo. Standing - Paul Stead, Randy Dunkle, Nick Ogrizovich. Jack Maus, Jim Becker, and Dave Rush. Cup's-eye view. Si., Close finish in Speed Trials Up and over! TRACK The 1960 track team, coached by Hal Paul are looking forward to a successful session. The team is composed of 24 men, seven of which are vet- erans. The team is exceptionally strong in the sprint events with Wally Neel, Tom Cunningham, Dick Stratton, Leon Lindsey, and Jim Smith. The hurdle men are composed of Larry Sizemore, Henry Herring, and Larry Terry. The leading distance men are Len Buckle. Ted Kindsvatter, Bill Hoyman, and Bill Weisburgerg Paul Pyle, Jay DeFallo, Tom Cunningham, and Len Buckle dominate the shot put and discus events. With this experience of the Big Red track team they will be recognized as the team to beat in the Ohio Valley. THE 1960 BIG RED TRACK TEAM vi' p V fx L 4, 411' al " -f-4123 -3- -... vyx 'JIX I -b J V 1 . 1., .ia if fa f' 1 M M W M 33 3 Y 9 Wm, Ni-it K -in pit X , Q, anh- iw- Q N X X ' X x 'x X gg X x f 1 Rf 1 ,XA b . - x A ix. X -- fx fx A-4 f'Pg .',. f 1 ,, f fd ,f,.- ,g4,- x f ,' X x X ' ,,f , X, X 3 X O D H Z K Q - 4L - .y , sQ N, o- Xxx A xi ,X NINX ,l, A . LEARNING X X 13 . 4 5 '- ,-f, O Z9 ' I W W UJ O O I Q 151,51 x 1 ' f , I 1, ff ff! 'ff' 5' ."'I , rl '-X xxx ,-A., ll Q Af PROCESS YJ. . Ay . 4 df!! Q S'l'lil'BliNYll.l.E BOARD UF l'lIll'l'.X'I'l0N Mr. C C. Roberson has served as su eiintendent . p ' of the-Steubenville Public Schools since September 16, 1904. Previous to his arrival in Steubenville. he served for 29 years as teacher. principal. and superinten- dent of thc schools in Lyons. Metamora. Continental. Ada, and Maumee, Ohio. He also held the honored position ol' Chairman of the Division of Teacher Education at Ohio Northern University. Mr. Roberson received his B. S. degree from Oak- land City College. Oakland. Indiana. his M. A, de- gree from Ohio State University. and did post- graduate work at Ohio State. His community activities include various community drives as well as the Kiwanis Club and the YMCA He is also a member of the La Belle Methodist Church and the Sigma Phi Delta Kappa. I S. McA N LIS . Ill SINI-SS NIXNXGFR Mr. .l. S. Mcrhilis. busi- ness inniaecr ot' the Steu- , l,t-nvillc Pulglic Schools " since I-'cliiiiaiy l, l545S4. icct-ivt-tl his ll. S. at VVUUSIL-1' Crillutlt' Qilltl lllS KI S :it .-Xkron l'iiivcrsitv The Steubenville Board of Education functions to provide the best education possible for the students attending the Steubenville Public Schools. Members of the Board arc. seated left to right. Dr. William E. Rhinehart. Mr. Fred W. Dougherty. and Mr. Forrest J. Mick. Standing. left to right. are Mr. Her- Bert W. Leicy and Dr. Charles W. Lighthizer. Sl'PERlN'l'liNDEN'l' ,L We I :H ck tx icomziisox N ff' . "W" 1 'S Nl.XlUL.XRP1'l' HUYIJ i'mxt'ii' xi. Mr. George D. Bates assumed his duties as prin- cipal of Steubenville High School at the beginning ol' the current school year. Previous to this. he sery ed as a teacher at Williams- port. Ohio. and Wayne School in Jefferson Coun- ty. He was principal at Wintersyille School and Harding Junior High and was Superintendent of Schools at Wayne. Ohio. He attended Ohio lfniyersity. where he receiyed llls B. in Education. the Lfniyersity of Pitts- burgh. where he reeeiyed his M. A.. and completed some work at Ohio State University. He is a 32nd degree Mason and belongs to the Rotary' Club. He is also an active member of the Bloomingdale Presbyterian Church. Page T9 XSSISI XXI Sl I'P.RlN'I LNIHNI Nllss Margaret Boyd lllls ably seryed as assistant superintendeni ot the Steubenyille Public Schools lor the past ten years. Nllss Boyd rcceiyed her B. A. degree from Mount L'nion College. her M. .-X. degree from Ohio State Cniyersity. and l'lL1s done graduate worlt at Colum- bia L'niy'ersity. Penn State. Miami Lniyersity. The L'niy'ersity' ot' Cincinnati. and Kent State. She preyiously seryed as the president of the Ohio Education Association. an Ohio Director ot' the National Education Association. and in- ternational president ol' the Delta Kappa Ciamma Society. She is a member ot' the Westminister Presbyterian Church. and her many community actiyities in- clude the Ciyic Seryice League. Steubenyille Wo- men's Club. American Association ol' lfniyersity Women. Ohio Pan-Hellenic. and the League ol Women Voters. fllilllilili ll. B.-X'l'l'IS Lg-r FACULTY HAROLD H, BACH -- Mcchziniczil Drawing Ohio Univ., l3.S: Ohio State Univ.. MA. BEVERLY BANE - Typing. Business English West Liberty State College. AB. ROBERT H HEHNKE - Gen. Business. Szilesmanship livtliziiiy Collcgv. BS.: Collc-gc of Stcuhcnvillcl Ohio Stzitv Unix: OFFICE STAFF liic office xtuif of Stcuhcnxillc High School xxorkx cffiiicntly to carry out iis many duties which arc ncccxxziry for thc xmoolh operation of our high xclivol. Nicmhcrx of thc office xtziff airc. firxt roxx: Xin. Donna Colc und Mn. Joyce Dzilhcnzioz seqond roxxg Niiv Niiirx Ehcrtx. MN l.uDonnu Wcinmun. Kin, Edith Kropp. und Him Donna Carmichael. JOSEPH A. BELL - Vlfoocl Shop Kent Stzitv Univ.. HS.: Univ. of Calif.. Los Angeles BARBARA BILLS - Physical Efiiiczition Ohio State Univ.. HS. liAlll3AllA lll.ASKOVICll - Cicn. Scieiice. Biology Tc-iiiiwsw Wwlowii Collt-unc: INTL-inpliiS Stutc Unix: lll'Il.liN ll IZIIUWN Nlzitlit-iiiaitiw flliiskinuiini Colli-:Q-. IM-nison l'nix'.. l3.S. ABE lil-IYAN llt-ailth. lilihwiuiil i':llLlL'illlUIl llizinzi l'nix' . Colle-ut' of Stviilrviivillvg l'n1x'. of Nlizinn. x Q HS.: l'nix or llittsliiiiuli. ll Efi : E I- I ll. W. L'Al'lQN Misfit- llowliiig Clit-vii Lnixi, ILS.. Noi'thxx't-stvi'ii L'IllV.Q 5 S C'aii'iiu:1c lnftziiiim- of 'l'vt-h.. Lnix' of Pitt.. Nl. Efi ' ' . P21 XLUX ' X ii A teacher's day centers around the classroom . . . Mr. Pergi. shoun Conducting an experiment. is a memher of the Science Department of Steuben- xille High School. Teachers in this department strixe to educate Steuhenxille High School stu- dents in the physical sciences. We commend the members of the Science Department for the out- standing job they are doing. Page 81 FACULTY T. W. CASKEY - Social Studies Milligan College. A.B.: Univ. of Wisconsin. MA.: Ohio State Univ.g Kent State Univ.: Univ. of Pittsburgh MARY COLEMAN - English Mount Union College. A.B.g Univ. of Pitt.: Duke Univ. WILLIAM E. CROSKEY - Social Studies Kent State Univ.. B.S: Mexico City College DOROTHY D. DAUGHERTY - English Ohio Univ., B.S.1 Univ. of Pittsburgh. M, Ed.: Ithaca Conservatory of Music CHARLES H. DECKER - Printing Kansas State Teachers College. BS.: Univ. ot' Pitts- burgh. IVI.A. Ed.: Geneva College: Carnegie Insti- tute of Tech. MARGARET DENISON - English Muskingum College, A.B.3 Miciclleburyk Bread l.oal' English School, M.A.1 Ohio State Univ.: West Vir- ginia Univ.: Univ. of Wisconsinl Univ. of Calif. ESTEN JOSEPHINE DOWNER M English West Virginia Univ.: Univ. of Michigan. AB.: Ohio State Univ. WILLIAM G. ELLIS - Social Studies Davis and Elkins College: Ohio State Univ.. MA. BENJAMIN S. ENTWISLE - Commercial Subjects Iowa State Teachers College. B.A.g Univ. of Iowa. MA. bs a or Industrial Arts Shop . Mr. Bell. shown working in the wood shop. rep- resents the Industrial Arts Department of Steu- benville High School. Members of this department prepare boys for future jobs in such fields as mechanics. carpentry. drafting. and printing. Page 82 FACULTY CLARA L. FENSKE 3 Mathematics Seton Hill College. AB: Duke Univ.: Ohio Univ. ESTHER FLOTO - Special Education. English, Social Studies Ohio Wesleyan Univ.: Ohio Univ.. B.A. ELEANORE GILES -Q English. Speech Miami Univ.. AB.. M.A.: Plymouth Drama Festival: College of Steubenville: Geneva College THOMAS L GRAF - Physics, Science Univ. of Pittsburgh, B.S.: College of Steubenville: Case Institute of Technology ALBERT E. HAYS - Social Studies College of Steubenville, B.S. RAY HOYMAN - Auto Shop Miami Univ,. B.S.: Univ. of Pittsburgh, MA. RUDOLPH HUDEC - Health, Physical Education Univ. of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.A. FRED C. LAUSCH -- Mathematics Ohio Univ , B.A.: Ohio State Univ.: Wilmington College JOHN F. LEMAL - Social Studies College of Steubenville, B.S.: Univ. of Pittsburghg Ohio Univ. Y v 7 I I FACULTY JAMES D. LISLE - BiolOiJ.5'. Health Western Reserve Univ., R.S2 Kent State Univ.. M. Erl. FRANCES MCCANN i Art St. Mary of the Springs College. AB.: Ohio State Univ., B.S., M.A.: Columbus Art School: Chicago School of Fine Arts JOHN T. MALTESE - English. Journalism College of Steubenville. B.A.: Columbia Univ.: Ohio State Univ. EDITH MANOR - Typing, Shorthand Bowling Green College of Commerce, B.A. MARY RUTH MAY - Mathematics Ohio State Univ.. B.S.: Univ. of Pittsburgh. M A.: Univ. of Wisconsin: Ohio Univ. DONNA MICHAELS - Biology, Chemistry Western College. B.A.: Univ. of Virginia. M.A.l Univ. of Wisconsin: Univ. of Pittsburgh: Duke Univ.: Ohio Univ. WALTER OWENS - Physical Education Fairmont State Teachers College. E'-.A. M A. EDWARD PALES - Instrumental Music Ohio State Univ.. RS.: Teachers College of Columbia Univ., M.A. HAROLD PAUL - Am .History Head Football Coach Miami Univ.. BS.. M. Ed.: Denver Univ. JOHN V. PERGI. SR. - Chemistry Marietta College: College of Steubenville. B.S.: Ohio State Univ.: Case Institute of Technology RLANCHE PRICE - Bookkeeping. Typing Ohio State Univ.. BS.: Univ. of Pittsburgh. M.Ed. JOSEPH P. QUATTRONE - Mathematics. Science College of Steubenville: Bowling Green State Univ.: Ohio State Univ. . . extends into student activities A familiar picture for anyone who attends any of the high school basketball or football games here in Steubenyille is this one of the teachers taking tickets. They are always ready with a friendly smile and "Hello," and association with each other . . .-X place ol' relaxation for all xxorncn teachers is the tuaelierx' rut room. lt ix a place til' friendly coiixcrxatioii. quiet. and rext for the teachers. This ix a retreat where they may put aside all ol' the noixe and conliixioii ot' a hug dai at work. Pziigt' H4 FACULTY ELIZABETH IIEILLY - Eiialzfii. lit-altli Teac-lieix Colleue. BS.: Cfilleee ft! Ste-ttlienville FRANCES RINNER - Latin Ohio Univ.. A B.: Kent State Univg Cf-lleae of William and Maryi Radcliffe Colleet- JOSEPH li. ROIEIK -- C.O.E. Ctiiiitiiiiatriix Oftivc' Machines Ohio Univ.. HS.: Univ. ot' Pittshttireli. Mi-I GERTRUDE E. RYAN - World llistoiv Civics Miaini Univ.. AB.: Ohio Univ.. H S. HENRY RICHARD SALL i Mzieliiiie Shop Ohio Univ.. HS., M. Ed. MARION SFERRA - Spanish Ohio Wesleyan Univ.. BA.: College oi' Stt-ulyenvillel Geneva College MARGUERITE SNYDEH f- French. Latin Ohio Wesleyan Univ.. A.B. CLARA RENA STRINGER - Clothing. Foods. Home Planning Ohio Univ.. B.S.1 Kent Univ.: Geneva College HAZEL SWEENEY - Mathematics Ohio Wesleyan Univ., B.Ag Geneva College NX l Union Hospital Schriril oi' Nui-rina. HN.: Inriiana State FACULTY THELMA TAYLOR ! Ani. History. Sociology Lynchburg College. Butler Univ.. B.A.. Univ. of Virginia. MA. KATHRYN TRIBBIE - English Muskingum College. BA 1 Univ, of Pittsburgh: Geneva College JOHN TURKOPP - Mathematics Ohio State Univ.. BA.. M..-X. BERNICE TWEED - English Ohio State Univ.: Kent State Univ.. BS. A J. VACCARO - Physical Education Ursinus College. A.B.: Univ. of Pittsburgh, M. Ed. ANTHONY VIOLA - Instrumental Music Ohio State Univ.. B.S.: Ohio Univ.: College of Steub. CHARLES WATT - Mathematics College of Steubenville. B.S.: Univ. of Pittsburgh. M. Ed. MILDRED WHEATCRAFT - English Dhio State Univ., BA.: Bread Loaf School of Eng1ish3 Middlebury College. M.A.: Univ. of Wisconsin: Univ. of Berkeley EDITH WILSON - Guidance Counselor Earlham College. B.A.g Ohio Univ., M.A.: Univ. of Pittsburgh: Geneva College WILLIAM COLUMBO - Science. Biology West Liberty State College I - 5 . . and the entire community An appropriate caption for this "Food for Thought." Here. we taking a break in their day at uood meal and join in friendly Page 85 picture would be sec two teachers work to enjoy a conversation. 3 min? Q 3' gg 's 1519 Q . . x ,if in 1 if ff -. ' x me ' gf gl' n I . U f , V 3 1' A X 1 his Q, Q .,. X. X xx .X-.hx X Q 5 , ugly, ' rn ' - D QQ 'x ..f 1- ,1- -- 'Q R lsx M -S -.Ag if xml I 6? IL! O .E O an WS E "'f-'f- - - if , .- ,L 1 xx A RNING EA QL :ff ij-n W X Q Z O O J Z 1- O X . ff' ,--. 'I A2'f'x Qi , 4Ng,gx 'N -xl ..s .I -. lo!!! , f , fy- Z 'Z 1--Y.. 'K X fy! V ,ff ,4 fl 1 U! 7, 1 QUZZUIZ .QQQMWK li, CD U3 3 ' xirxx O 'if '7' qx X. II ".L, ,Ely .i 0- az, Most likely to succeed LYNN MORGAN POPULARITY The Class of 1960 proudly presents its POPULARITY POLL. These ten students were selected to serve in the fol- lowing positions: Tom Cunningham and Nancy Hugus, most popularg Larry Sizemore and Mary Evans, best lookingg Leonard Buckle and Lynn Mor- gan, most likely to succeedg Jim Hill and Sophia Q9 +14 Most popular Best looking TOM CUNNINGHAM MARY EVANS tae A fini Most humorous TERRY TRIMMER Best school citizen SOPHIA MASTROS POLL Mastros, best school citizens, and Terry Trimmer and Lynda Thomas, most humorous. The vote was taken on February 4, 1960, during a home room period. The Popularity Poll honors the students who have striven to better the name of our school. The senior class is proud to be so well repre- sented. S- S Most likely to succeed LEONARD Bl'CKl.l-I E Best looking Most popular f' LARRY SIZEMORE NANCY HUGUS 1 Most humorous LYNDA THOMAS Best school citizen JIM HILL Page 89 Queen Nancy and her escort Phil Musgrave lead off the dance. Former Queen, Donna Clancy, wishes Nancy a happy reign. HOMECOMING Nliss Nancy Hugus. u pretty blue-eyed blond. yyus croyyned 1959 Home- coming Queen by Miss Donna Clancy. last years queen. at ceremonies which highlighted the Big Red yersus Youngstown Rayen football game held on Friday. October lo. 1959. Nancy reigned as Steuben Queen during her sophomore and junior years. She has been at member ol' the Big Red Band for four years. and at majorette for three years. Nancy' was a member ol' the Forum, Steuben Stuff. und on assembly' usher. She also starred in the Senior Play. Donan Coleman. escorted by Dixie Dudu- kovich. was a member of Student Council, Vice President of the A Cappella Choir, a varsity cheerleader, and a member of the Senior Prom Committee. Soplfa Mastros. escorted by Bob Schoppe. was a member of the A Cappella Choir, President of the Pepper Club. a member of the Steuben Staff. and a stadium and assembly usher. Lynn Morgan, escorted by Jim Hill. was a member of Pepper Club, Steuben Co- editor. varsity cheerleader, preview Queen. .uid a member of the Senior l'rom Com- mittee. Barbara Kessler. escorted by Terry Trim- mer. was a member of the Senior Logicians. Pepper Club. Y-Teens. stadium and assem- bly ushers. and the Steuben Staff. 3? f WMM iq . "2 Xl Q, I 4 - , T4 f... G0 ahead. Karen! Winter Ecstasy . SENIOR PROM "Winter iicxtaixf mix the thenic ul' thiw jczirk annual Seniur Claw Prom which was held in the Steuhcmille High School Clym- ngixium on Deccmhcr ll. 1959. Highlightx ut' "Winter Eexttm " were portray cd through- t-ui the gym with xurioux true-to-life winter xccnex. Dancing to thc music of Bobby Yin- twn. thc xtudentx were surrounded hy gain C'hrixtn1t1x decnrzitionx. 'lhe pruin cmninittue xxztx headed hy Stlxie lilmmier and lerry lrimmcr. Mr. .luhn Pergi und Nlr. 'lliuinm Cirtlt' zttixixetl pru- dueiion ut' the prmn. X 1-in I Yule letter from SHS. Q. ogg D0 you promise to slop the hogs?" Old Macllonald had a farm. Swing your partner. SADIE HAWKINS DANCE 'I he annual Sadie Haukinx Dance xponxored hy the SHS Senior Logicianx. under the guidance of MN Mar- garet Denixon. wax held December 4. 1959, in the Steuhemille High School Ciymnaxium. The theme. uiiiwin Kountry Kouxinxf' wax character- ized hy teachers and studentx dreved ax hillhillies. After a context. prizex xx ere awarded to the hcst dresxed Daixy Mae and l.il' Ahncr. Couplex were "hitched" hy Niarryin' Samx. Mr. ,lohn Pcrgi and Mr. 'I homax Ciraf. TWIRP WEEK The annual Twirp Week celehration was held March 2l-25. The term "Twirp" means "The woman is requested to pay." During this week the females of the school pretend to he gentlemen by taking oxer the duties of the boys of SHS. Each noon Kangaroo Court w as held in the audi- torium to prosecute xiolators of Twirp Week rules. Prosecuting attorneys were Tom Switzer and Bill Atkinson: defending attorneys were Paul Fenton and l.ou Ann Henderson. The topsy-turvy week was climaxed hy a Twirp Dance held in the SHS recreation room on Friday. March 25. 1960. Sandy Robinson, Buzzy Sinclair. Bill Atkinson, Paul Fenton. and Lou Ann Henderson convict Mr. Hayes of "un-twirp-week-like-conduct." Terry Gambill and Gary Peterson have the perfect Twirp Week wedding. com- plete with a lovely flower girl. Phil Gilbert. Bill Fournier and Joyce Orsini reign as King and Queen of the Twirp Week Dance. l 2 5 i f ec s The plav cast included the following Standing - Jane Wise-ner. Lou Ann Henderson. Gary Rogers. Leonard Buckle Phil 1 llhert and lim Rasl Sitting Carolwn Salerno. Nancy Hugus. Terry Gambill, Barbara Hales, Becky SENIOR PLAY 'lihis years Senior Play. "'l'he Whole 'l'own's Talking". was an hilarious laree in three acts. ln it. Mr. Simmons. a matchmaking father. tried to make his dull partner. Chet Binnev. seem attractive to his daughter. Ethel. To accomplish this. he invented a romance between Chester and the famous movie star. Letty Lythe. Lcttv was invited to make a personal appearance here in Sandusky. Hearing the rumors of the romance. l-ettv's iealous finance swore to kill Binnev. The play erupted in a violent climax. "0h. Nlisther Slhieldthflu . 5 D 'x qv is 'V' s ,J f 4 JUNIOR PLAY "Taos at Crowd" was the theme of the Comedy in two acts presented by the Junior Class on December 24, l959. in the SHS auditorium and directed by Miss Dorothy Daugherty. The play Centered around the Maxwell children. who tried to help their mother pay bills hy renting rooms to tourists. The result of this gesture was hilarious mass confusion. Seated - Neil Shaw, Jack Bonar, Anita Bernstein, Betty Harris, Barbara Major. Standing-lst Row - Pat Rinaldo, Jack Kaufmann, Dave Evans, Bernie Pearlman, Lynn Krepps. Standing-2nd Row -George Merrick, Harry Mont- gomery, Gloria McAtee, Bob Sha- piro, Diane Montgomery, and Bob Bair. "You heard what I said, get my VIE luggage." Famous last words: "Now chil- dren, don't get into any mischief while l'm gone." E 111 . Q 1. la,g .,..z""':' 1? - "Bloody Maury". in South Pacific scene, peddles while King Fenton relaxes STEUBEN ASSEMBLY I But. doctor. I know I saw them! ' Naughty girls, mustn't peek. K7 rw ' fflhnhg ,vw in 'YW-Q.. ,arab "Impact" was the theme of the 1960 Steuben Assembly presented to the student body by the Steuben Staff, on November 17. 1959. to kick off the annual sales campaign. The program began with a beatnik scene, which satirized the beatniks of today. A scene from a rousing football game, including the cheer- leaders and spectators, was one of the highlights. Other scenes included in the assembly were the Homecoming Ceremony, Sadie Hawkins Dance with Little Abner and Daisy Mae. a classroom scene. a talent contest, and an adaptation of the colorful movie "South Pacific." Songs and comedy skits, which were used as commercials, were pre- sented between scenes. The Assembly came to an end as the entire Steuben Staff came on stage and sang a parody to the tune of "Hope We Entertained You." As the curtain closed. a most responsive audience joined with the cast to sing the Steubenville High School Alma Mater. We had a real good time. yessir! gel ,J Q ,Q 2133. . 4, Af fs, ga XE gif? nh rf: T F ..,, f, ' '- Ya. S ,F i , we H '1 X . K wgmyx A Wfgfgj, A fa Q fb Lf 1 ' , W ,QW 4, 'Ml N, I 1 4 ,,o5't, . , 3 . ,im ir .V fwhy, ' ' 2 f may 1 f Q . , -, ' f Hwy. Ziff' Q A ,V f 341. 0 :,' :ET ,f :am Wg. yf' m . 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"Bon jour, classe' "Let me see, did he say, 'Pour acid into water. or, 'Pour water into acid'?" JN ?' i 4 .X Q x N 'ESX x V. if VX cn 3 ff f I- 4, , NG A 0 LEARN' I 1 Xq 5 y,-. Xx , . O Ti 'Q XQ X I SS tw , , ,. X 5 X7 PROCE ff, f ,4 f ,- 1 ,,.. ' ,x. - -. . ,X x ,-x ,-.A,x,,- I :7 l 4, X, Qlwmlzssmefz ESS PR ki' N , 1 ,Y "xx ' '1', , f , K... OC ,::.iL N X R John Adult-wit-1 Tom Aird Clara Alvey Linda Alvis Jim Anderson Justin Angelo Dick Antill Maurice Antill Dick Apple-gzirth Linda Ayers Carol Baillie Bob Bair Jimmie Baker Rosie Barnett Richard Barrett Mary Batton Dolores Bezito Bill Beattie Bonnie lichnkc Ralph Bell Ninn Bemis Anita Bernstein Bob Bertram William Bc-rtrznn Diatne liillay llzivv liilik llizinc Blinki- Cuil lfiluiit-limi: lit Live llouus .lot lx lilnliul .. Q uw liotxnit. lion, Klux cy Bonitzixxt 'William Boucliet Hzirolfi Boyei Km lirzuilt-5 Muni liinun JUNIORS 'lhc juniors. class of 1961. elected as their officers. Mary June Starr. Secretary: and Sandy Marini. Treasurer: in the front roxx, Behind them are Charles Dunley. Yicc- President. and Buzzy Sinclair. President. The class chose us its colors silver and blue. The clziss motto is "Dominus Pro- videvitu - 'lhe Lord Will Pro- vide. ,A A L, 21 THE JUNIOR HOME ROOM PRESIDFNTS The Junior home room presidentx are. left to right. seated. Lyn Krepps .Joyce Whipple. Margaret Surgenor. Jacque Scott. Pat Rinaldo. Anita Bernstein. Standing are Anthony Domanico. Paul Hunt, Chuck Mc- Masters. Michael Connor. Dick Appleagrth. and Denny Martin. Merrilyn Briggs Q ConStance Brown ' 1 , , Karen Bryan Ed Bryner ' Elaine Calflrone Sophia Callas ' J' - ' " . ' v- x A Louise Campbell vt Q Patil Campbell L 43 YEL 5' V Dave Carlson E v gf Gary Carmichael If 1 Mary Ann Carnes N Q... Mary Cason l A L Esther Chupa Anna Clowers Victor Coldebella Joyce Collins Mike Connor Richard Cortez Mike Cottis .Jim Crane Dot Creamer Mazie Creech Bertha Culbreath Ecl Cunningham Dolores Daly Jerry Daniels Charles Danley Norma Daugherty Nancy Davis Sue Davis Velma Davis Mary Dean Donna DeChristopher Sharon DeMarco Nancy Dever Rich DiMichele Page 109 .vXiiilifiiij, Ihiiipaiizi l',ll! ,iw Tli limi'-iw' .Ii'ri'f- Iloylf' Ni-il llrfrxe-i .fiianii lDI'ZliAX'lI'll Sl. ffl! llllllbfril lfafsie Ecixvairif Helen EClNX'EiI'fl5 lirnnxju FflXX'ZlIYlr .Josephine Fclwarc Davo Evans .lim Fvzziif Paula Fair Donna Feist Frank Feist Bonnie Fellows Kathryn Fvlsoci JoAnn Fc-rguSon llulny I"vi'rm'lmm- Hon Fishcr Catherine Flcminu Fred Fleming Ray Ford Charlcs Frankc Janice Fullwooci Carlene Fulton Gary Giammarco Bob Gillen Eddie Gillison Frank Goodman Mary Corby Linda Gordon Thvlma Gorrcll Lorraine Gourlcy Jack Gray Carolyn Greer J U NIO R S X good time had by a 5, .. C 0 in-n"bv mf A Mn I P 1 A -4 a i , QE xx 1 A 'J 1 .QQ X ra.- 'Q Chuck Grigslny Gary Griffith JoAnn Gryska Carole Hairston Theresa Harpe Betty Harris Mary Harris Sidney Harris Brenda Hastings Rich Haynes Pat Haysler Dennis Hemslcy Beatrice Hetherington Kay Hicks Bill Hindman Donna Holliday Carol Hoover Joyce llumes Paul Hunt Barbara Hunter Dorothy Ingram Mary Ann Irvin Dave Johnson William Johnson Albert Jones Allan Jones Arthur Jones Cornell Jones Sandy Jones Vicky Jones Hon Jordan Barbara Kalherer Richard Kamerer Carole Kaufmann Elizabeth Kaufmann Jack Kaufmann Page lll Gary Kesig Teil Kinrlsvattcr Helen King Lyn Krepps Mary Lalhern Anna Leach Arlene Lcvin Cheri Lewis Butl Lindgren William Lindsay Judie Livingston Dick Lloyd Dorothy Mackinaw William Macpherson Carol Sue McAtec Gloria McAtee Jack McClain Barbara McClelland Sheila McCullough Hank McGowan Jack McGraw Chuck McMasters Barbara Major Robert Maley Gary Mann Juanita Manos Richard Mansfield Karen Maple Tom Marinella Sandy Marini Jim Marker Bobby Marshall Denny Martin Donald Mayors Mildred Mellish George Merrick 9 'J YZ .XX Q F1 I 0 f4 v g f 4- 1? . . ,P . if , ' 1 f K if-v JUNIORS Noon at the Xoulh Icntcr If-'Gish 4. af -I l vi U v 1 'I I X, , ' S tiff gf .... 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T7 ,gr fa 4 Qi I ., N S 9 O J f, 4 E if iv ' - -1 R W 'l'omorrow's leaders Wilfred Miller John Minnis Helen Mitchell John Moffatt Robert Molinaro Edward Montgomery Harry Montgomery Gay Moore George Mossor John Murray Cheryl Novington Nancy O'Leary Mac Overmyer Denise Palmer Robert Palmer Kay Parker Ron Parris Doug Patterson Bernie Pearlman Tim Penner Don Peters Joyce Petticc Andrew Phsarce Joyce Poland Mary Poole Bob Porter John Prayso Carole Prosperi Judy Reynolds Tom Richardson Pat Rinaldo Ginger Ritchey Tom Robertson Sandy Robinson Shirley Rogers Becky Romano Page 114 Barbara Rowley Charlene Russlee Susie Saltsman Betty Sampson Mario Santarelli Anna Sarno Rick Saylor Bill Schaefer Craig Schiele Evelyn Schrader Jacque Scott JoAnn Settles Robert Shapiro Neil Shaw Allan Shell Marlene Shorac Willie Simmons Toni Simone Buzzy Sinclair Jim Smith Marlene Smith McDonald Smith Tom Sobolewski Bob Spear Guy Starr Mary Jane Starr Joyce Steele Dalene Stephens Marge Stephens Jimmy Edwards Ernie Hollinger Diane Montgomery George Smith Tom Williams JUNIORS i , H W 2 S 3 f N S f . f I 1 1 ,V if -1" X -riffs' I it G-, 6 Martha Stephenson 1 U -- Linda Stevenson Larry Stone Pat Stout Richard Stratton William Sunvo ei . 8 ' Margaret Surgenor a r... 4- I' if , ...am ' i , Vis Q, 35. it C 11olL Teal! Dnlene TQIIX Ld11x TC11x Lou Teitf.-1 Je11 Thome 'Xllnkex Thompson 1 lhmnpsu IN1111 Thru ng IJ nc To 1 ll x Lndclxxooc PCLIIII L 1 LI x V111 x L mx tl Il 4 1 1 X001 1 X lla W il XVI1 5111111 WLIQI1 VN 111 Imet VM ls 11 WU 1 L111Io1ci Vko 1111 Jung Whlppl D110 Wlute 1 1 1 . Tom W1l11'1111s 1111 W1 .' Vera v1'OL111' 31111111 ZimmQ1'm'111 Km more books to be checked out' bv av I rv .ag Page 115 Page 116 Y' I f W . 4.1 1 Jini Act-oncia David Allen Roger Allen Karen Alvey Harry Archer Terry Auvil Bob Barcus Howard Barker Carletta Barnes John Barnes Mattie Barnett Nancy Barnhotise Bill Barren Bob Barrett Sandy Baum berger Bonnie Beato Jim Becker Jackie Bell VVilliain Bendc Ed Billham Albert Blackwell Sylvia Blackwell Violet Bly Craig Bonitant Ft-1'iiioti llookvr l,1ont'l Booker Verinon Booker L'lifl'ortl Booth Pat Booth John Bowers Gloria liraeaglia John Brewer Bt-tty Brodie Patty Brooks Don Brown Lee Brtieekel ,ef '12 -.r SOPHOMORES "Students today - Leaders to- n1orrow" is the motto chosen hy the class of 1962. Chuck Robbins was chosen to head the sophomore class with San- dy Baumherger. Secretary: Bill Hoyman. Vice-President: and Joan Morgan. Treasurer: assisting him. The class select- ed hlue and white for its colors and the white Carnation varie- gated in hlue as its flower. Those chosen as home room presidents in the sophomore class are sitting left to right - Sandy Reid. Sandy Phillips. Pat Booth. Pat Coeumelli. and Judy Findlay. Standing are John Barnes. Woody Hill. Chuck Weihcr. Bill Shernit. Gary Jones. and Dave Kropp. V f John Brun i Phyllis Buono , l , 1 Marlene Bushman ' Jean Butler J Peggy Calhoun ' f John Call X . Richard Campbell Peggy Carducci Jack Carman Ron Carmichael Rich Carnahan Shirley Chambers - iy' D Helen Chihoeky Carole Clark Patty Cocumelli Ronald Coldabella Ted Cooper Mahlie Costantini H7 1 az, ,f f.,. J , . I is ? V ' df! David Creech Bill Crossley Frank Cucarese Isaiah Culbreath Bill Cunningham Paul Cunningham Beckie Davis James Davis Leavie Davis Marialice Decker Sam DeFrank Domenie DeGeorge Daria DeJuli0 Millie DiMarcantonio Tony DiRosario George Dunbar Sharon Duncan Harry Engas Page Kay Enochs Dave Ensell Carol Evans Joel Everly Bill Fabian Dom Farchione Daryl Farmer David Fcaster Judy Findlay Jim Fithen James Fletcher Gary Ford John Foreman Jerry Fornwall Floyd Francis Bette Freezman Dena Galatoulas Helen Gallos Ted Garber Nancy Gilkey Jim Gilsdorf Tom Gorman Paul Graf Garry Groves Paul Haesu Marshall Haggertv Kenny Hall Ted Hamilton E 1. 1 ,- f - 3 a 4 5 Ld i g l l - ,,' , A. YT' 1 i " , ' '95 ' -' ' " A Barbara Harris, V "' in f V? 'R "" Daniel Heaton f 5 nf x I " x 1 Donna Heiserman Marcus Henry John Herchak Henry Herring Woody Hill Marthann Hindman il i,.. Keeping physically fit? uf SOPHOMORES This is the life! lsn't it. Lee? L L 'f if A Karen Hogan Jim Holliday Betty Horan Becky Horne Steve Houchin Nancy Howell Bill Hoyman Mel Hubbard Susan Huffman Roy Hunt Fred Hurand Matthew Jacobs Carol Jelea Dave Jennings Helen Johnson Sandra Johnson Denny Johnston Gary Jones Jean Jones James Jordan Tom Jurvic George KanSala George Kell Joyce Kell Sondra Kerr Eileen Kirkendall Helen Kittle Daun Knox Richard Kolling Dave Kropp Pete Lamantia George Lindsay Albert Linton Mike Livingston Barbara Losey Tom Lowe Kenneth Lucas Emalie McConnell Tom McCunc Roy McFarlane Bill McGraw Don Mclnnes Karen McCann Mary Mack Carol Maddux Robert Mallory David Mansell Gayna Mapel Jannelle Marsh Veronica Mastroianni Mike Meatris Pete Meleanos Frank Miller Mary Miller Elmer Mills JoAnn Milosevich James Minges Ruel Mitchell Jim Mitts 1 Charles Montgomery , ' ' by Dick Montgomery Joan Montgomery John Montgomery Joan Morgan Donna Morrison Patty Moss Ina Mae Myers Janet Needham Donna Nelson Tom New Dick Newman June Nunemaker 'if' X, .awwpg . '44 ,, I 'f J 1 "1 Q. v , X 1. N .f 6, S J, X 'L' O g Q 4' 'le Nick Ogrizovich Dave Ohle Rose Oliyeti Norman Palmer Jim Patterson Robert Pearce Cathy Peters Pat Peters Dorothy Peterson Phyllis Phillips Sandy Phillips Pat Pifer Beverly Platt Valerie Platt Marsha Poff Terry Poleyn Ken Potts Karen Powell Cathy Prokop James Provenzan Clyde Putnam Joe Ragusa Mary Ragusa Harold Ray Sandy Reid Ed Renzelli Elaine Reynolds John Rietz Judie Risdon Bernard Rhodes Chuck Robbins Mary Lou Robertson Bill Robinson Judy Roush Betty Rudd Dave Rush 5 fied' 0 A . lf. - Q A fv- ' Z? , u ,sf 'ul -4... 1 aj. 45 G Z A., I 2 fl .5 e, - 1 -I . 1 Q C f Water! At Last. .- --Q !", Q, 5 , ' 'l... Q ' Di w '. 1 K 5. Page 1.2.2 Sallv Sands Sally Scaxdlb Steve Schaafel Dolmda SLIDIO Many Scott Gln Sennh Pxlscllla Shaiiel Rosalle Shepheld B111 Shermt Mlml S1mone Patllcla Skldmole IIITI Stux nt D.111ell Smoot Russell Smoot L'lUl3 Smurthxvnte Charles Smdu Bnbdx 1 Stwnkexuu I ms St mlu I nlnm Stonebx llxil Ruth Stout Kexth Stl mln wlllldlil Stxlex llglllll SLll1x un Tn x 1 hon Endoln Thompson S mclx Thompson P attx Thompson Andx Tlllfl0l mo 11 Joe TOIllxOX1Lh Jimu Town John Tlexslel 'Xlxkc Tl0Il1bCltl John Lxllnf., b ILNL 0.111 Stdll Donna Walkex Sh non Whlte Robelt Bell Balbala Kund Challes Oxlex SOPHOMORES an Q... 'G- al .M H Sill .,,,., ..., vv f'1" -V? 1 W V , , ,Mi e f -vf ' My Discussing next year's schedule Ernest Van Horn Robert Van Kirk Tom Van Kirk Roy Veon Dewey Visnic Elaine Visnick .Ioan Vujnovie Kenny Wade Nancy Walker Jeff Walton Don Warner Mary Louise Watson Chuck Weiher Mary Weiner Linda Welch Joyce Welclay John Westling Diane Wheaton Margaret Wheaton Ralph Wheaton Michael Wise Dorothy Young Stan Zamana Sharon Zeimer John Zwiez l W x r 1 S , i x 1 . :Q Xl 1 Xt 1 2 ee Q 1 I A I l 'z ,El H ' "f'?P'7S ' fi....S T fx V l E A ll 1, 1 Ld i xl .l k , -fo' 'T l Betty Jo Acconcy Thomas Agin Judy Aldridge Nick Alinich Gail Allen James Allen Ray Anderson Regina Andresen Gwen Armstrong Arlene Arthurs John Atkinson John Atkinson Kathy Ayers Bill Bainbridge Nancy Banks Margaret Barnett Sandy Barrett Steve Bauman Sylvia Beato James Behnke Judy Bender Gary Bit-kerstatt' Harry Bickerstatt Iltinna liirden .lint lllair lliram Blaiicliart: Klaitlia Blessing Sta- llttiiiici' Kiiyt' litilk tail litiyei llunter Boylan Sally Branagan Jttlin Bray Frank I3rviiii.tn Paint-la llriglit David liiwiu. it T17 te il 'x X it gi 1 x FRESHMEN Leading the class tal 1963 are from left to right Bonnie Pearce. Yice President Nlar- tha Burkett. President: Kath- leen McHugh. Secretary: and Kathleen Finnerty. Treasurer. PI he motto is "Look not to the past but to thc future," 'llic Ciitss selected scarlet and gray as its colors and the white rose as its tloyyer. gfi m gf E Those serving as home room presidents in the freshmiin class are pictured left to right: front row Cindy Lodge. Linda Houston. Sally Starr. and Martha Burkett: second roxy - Ron Devono. .lim Moyers Boh Wein man. and Rich Ranallo. 3 0 r 6 A Don Brown Joe Brown Deborah Bryant Thomas Burchfield Marti Burkett Donna Bwsana Stephen Cable Ernest Caldrone Sherran Call Jack Campbell Rachel Christian Robert Christian George Chupa Joan Church Jean Coen Henry Cohen David Cole lit-tty Compston Jack Coogan Steve Cooper Dave Cortez Patricia Cortez Gertrude Council Jeanne Crawley Alice Cress Carol Cucarese Barbara Davis John DeFrances Caryl Denmark Norman Dennis Ron Devono Lois DiAngelo Bonnell Diederich Bill Doan Frances Dorsey Gene Dossett Page 120 Diane ljowiit-5' Karen Drayer Czirolynn Dumlgolai Ann Eisner Syl Endich Annette Fziccinto Bill Fellows Carol Ferguson Darlene Ferguson George Ferguson Patsyne Ferrebee Kathy Finnerty Maury Lee Fisher Melanie Fitzsimmons Agnes Florian Cliff Foley Mary Francis Raymond Freeman l3zii'lJai'u Fuller Melvin Funk Judy Galowniu David Gargano Joanne Garofalo Nina Georgiafanclis Robert Giammarco Donna Gilliam John Gipalo Edith Glick Dale Gombarcik Carolyn Gorrell Butch Habush JoAnn Hardy Alan Harris Nancy Harris Verneta Hawkins Mary Hess L K, A vm lvx x lf! 'I , , 3' wi we ff it QA. g: .X 18? 'EY n' FRESHMEN Knowledge is the pathway' to success. u lu H11 Hocimx links 'NI iIl1OLl Hlpklsx Tex 1 x Holt? Cdxtel Honkongn Joseph Hoxston 'XI 11 x Hounus Donna Householclu Dm Hlnack Ffidle Huhn Chil199 Humes Im 11 Hue n ut I1xx11 Silldll Islnl Fehx Jiblornkl 'Xian Ann Jickson Vllglllld Jacobwn lux len lns L11 JL ex Du'me Johnston Pwul Jones Tulithw Jones C'lI'O10 KH18N'l'iI'-Q Kwren Kasper Charles K'1go1'e Cary Kindsvattex' Jim Kindsvattel' Terry Kirk Sandra Knicely Joyce Kop1'aS Charlotte Koski Mary Kuhns Gary Lackey Jofmn Lane Glenn Lathem Gwenn Lathem Gussie l.ax'eiidei Anna l.zm'snii l.at1ra Iictxelter David Imxrls Lula Lewis Mike Light 'I'errance Lindxajs Cindy Lodge Anna Lon,v.1 Tom Longo JoAnne Loy John LLiScher Earl MCCamic Jim McEachern Patricia MCGonigal William McGrew Kathy McHugh Dino Magazzeni George Marini Jay Marsh Jeannie Marshall Jack lVlZlLlS Royal Mayo Ronald Mazzaferro Mary Meleanos Blanche Merritt Richard Messerly Molly Jane Miehl Margaret Minor Richard Misselwitz Marilyn Mizell Asa Monigold Richard Moody Donna Morgan Jim Moyers x Ni Jovce Nash Franklin Neil Sharon Nelson Gloria O'Havei Ronald Orlando Karen Owens .14 5' J i 7 if a FRESHMEN Du wc haw to Iiw up In this? all Rollanci Owens Roseann Pacchiano Steve Pahicles John Palmer Marylou Pzinebizinco Robert Parris Dave Patil Kathy Peach Bonnie Pearce Juliette Penn Nell Penn Carol Pertiza Michael Pesuit James Petricles Jack Matt Pniiiips Phillips Terry Phillips Dennis Pinciaro Danny Pizzoferrzito George Platt Tom Paul Pam John Lois Rich Porter Potts Priest Pritchzircl Prosperi Rzinallo Anthony Rcclzi Jim Rees Charles Reeves Carol Reinachei' Stephanie Ross Jim Richardson Leo Rider Pat Riley Rick Rinner Ron Rinncr Clifiorcl Robinson Joe Rodriguez Hob Rosnick Tom Saber Becky Sanders Sam Sekorzil an-an l -'1' . l S 4 H Roger Coker Hill Cusack Carolyn Drylie Peggy Giblon Mildred Grimes Bob Knowles Gary Lash Aleta Locust FRESHMEN Bill Sempf Herman Schwertfagei Marion Shafer Paul Shafer Martha Simmons Mary Simmons Minnie Sistrunk Carol Slater Eugene Smith Shelia Smith William Smith Shirley Snider Ed Spencer Penny Spon Larry Standiford Gary Stanley Roger Stanley Jim Starkey Bobbe Starr Sally Starr Bill Steffen Ruth Steiner Gary Stern Arlene Still Floyd Stinson Joanne Styles Roy Sutton John Swiger Bob Talbott Pam Taylor Raymond Terry Pauline Testa Lonzo Thomas Sandy Thomas Terry Thompson Jack Tressler Bonnie Tuske Linda Vance Robert VanDync Momcilo Vuchenich Darlene Vuksanovich Donald Walton ,f l Jucly Wagner Richard Ware Robert Watkins Beverly Watson Robert Weinman Paul Wells Roy Wells Dennis Wenner Peggy Westlake Alice Westling John Westling Clark Wheaton Priscilla Wheeler Clarence Whisman Floyd Whitc William White Jerome Wicker Charlene Williams Clarisse Williams Jean Williams iiofzer Williams Samuel Williams Wilhert Williams James Willis Patti Willis Cheryl Wilson llarry Wilson Shirley Wilson Sheila Wolfe Terry Wood Rod Yanen James Yoder Frances Young Gladys Young Eflclie Zamiina Dan Ziarko Victor Ziklo Mary Zofchak N J H reshmen ask U -lv 4. mwwfghw N.. x x X --X ' K XX . xi 3 if gy 'f . fs -:K I, JA!'! QR UD -,Alix J ff O D 5 .gi T - fn 0 4 YSQYKX-si . ' - '. x -' '. L x x X X I 1 ,.. v Y,X -...g,,, O 55' UJ O " X -N g . Xxx-,Xfb Q , QN .Y --QA x 4 ff ,X E 154 f' CE E I Zim SS PROCE , . V 'xx 17,1 4ii, vb, K CK vf STEUBEN STAFF Standing. Circulation Man Peterson: Business Manager Fenton. Leonard Buckle Lynn Morgan Carolyn Rietz David Pvwit Seated, Trouble-shooters anna Miehl, Bill Fournier. 'lihe 1960 Steuben Staff got off to an impressive start in November with the Steuben Assembly. this year entitled "lmpaet". Mr. John T. Maltese. in his 9th year of advising the Steuben. chose Lynn Morgan and Len Buckle as eo-editors. and. to assist them as associate editors. Carolyn Rietz and Dave Pesuit. The foursome supervised the overall production of the annual and guided the ten division staffs in seeing that they made steady progress. 'l he eo-editors of the division staffs were as fol- lous: Clubs. Lynn Kummer and Susan Halmg l-aeulty. Sally Huffman and Janiee Lueasg Seniors. Sally Knight. Karen l,ynd. and limilia Viola: Sports. Bob Sehoppe and lerry lrimmerz L'nder- elassmen. Julia Cusack: Special Features. Marian Haines and Sharon Seese: Composition. Elaine Broun: .-Xdxertising. Bill Weisberger: Circulation. Clary PetersonL lrouble-shooters. Nlary anna Nliehl and Bill llournier: and Business Manager. Patil l-enion. ltnllisl Chronicle Of Your Memories 'P Seated, Julia Cusack, Georgia Priest, Underclass Editors. Standing, Karen Lynd, Sally Knight, Emilia Viola, Senior Editors. fQN 7 Seated, Sally Huffman, Janice Lucas, Faculty Editors. Stand- ing, Susan Halm, Clubs, Co- Editorg Bill lVeisberger, Ad- vertising Man.: Lynn Kummer. Clubs Co-Editor. gf-s dl ,.., Seated, Marian Haines, Sharon Seesc. Sp. Features Editors. Standin':, Bob Schoppe, Terry Trimmer. Sports Editors. 'tv Seated from left to right are Rick Mansfield, Paul Fenton. Gary Peterson. Carolyn Buckle. Dave Pesuit. Bill Weisberger. and Mr. John T. Maltese. Page l35 Rietz. Lynn Morgan Len -1 Vi? f -c '15 -! I- Mi' If 'if .ijt x"d 01.1 , -f-9 KEY CLUB-School Branch of Kiwanis T he Key Club. a leading service club at Steuben- ville High School. was affiliated with the Kiwanis Club. The club was composed of a select group of boys from the sophomore. junior. and senior classes who were nominated by the faculty and voted upon by members of the club. Some of the organizations many activities included the delivering of roses for Kiwanis. collecting food for needy families at Thanksgiving. and collect- ing clothes for the Save The Children Federation. Assisting and advising the club this year was Mr. 'l', W. Caskey. The officers were President. Terry Trimmer: Vice-President. Jim Hill: Trea- surer. Wally Neel: Secretary. Larry Sizemore: and Chaplain. Jack Bonar. Seated are Jim Hill and Terry Trimmer Standing left to right are Jack Bonar Larry Sizemore. and VVally Neel. HI-Y - BUILDERS OF CHARACTER and community pre-Easter Sunrise Services. liam Croslsey. Students enjoyed themselves at the Beatnik Dance held by Hi-Y. Stated left to right are Jim Anderson. John Moffatt. Ihvid Hope. Bill Atkinson. Garw Ieterson and Daun Knox Page l33 Part of an international organization connected with the YMC.-X. the Steubenxille H1 h School H1 Y en deaxored to ereate. maintain. and extend hi th st ind ird of Christian character throughout the home setool Among the projects of the Hi-Y were the Nlr Foothill Dance. which highlighted the Noll football se ison and the Beatnik Dance. which ehinved SHS students into beatniks for one night. For members and guests the club sponsored a winter hawride ln addition the Hi-Y co-operated with the Y-Teens to present the 1 Leading the club was President William Atkinson Serving as the other officers were Nice President Ci uw Peterson: Treasurer. David Hope Seeretary .lohn Moffatt: Chaplain. Jim Anderson ind Sergeant it Arms. Daun Knox. The faculty tdxisor w is 'vlr Wil Seated left to right are Miss Bane, Rosemary Gilkey, JJ Allen. Kay Parker, and Donna Starr. Y-TEENS - PROMOTERS OF GOODWILL The Junior-Senior Y-Teens is an affiliate of the Young Women's Christian Association. The group planned an activity each month during the school year. A basket was prepared for a needy family at Thanksgiving, and favors were sent to a rest home at Christmas. The president, Jo Allen, at- tended the National Y-Teen Conventions held in New York and Washington. D.C. Serving as advisor of the club this year was Miss Beverly Bane. Officers chosen for the year were President. Jo Allen: Vice-President, Kay Parker: Secretary. Donna Starr: Treasurer, Rosemary Gilkey: and Program Chairman. Donna Garofalo. This years Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens. under the supervision of Mrs. Marguerite Snyder, was very active as a Service club. Its projects included a Christmas party for undcrprivilcdged children and a Valentine party for the aged women at Mar- tha Manor. The money used to support these pro- jects came from the sale of pencils and the members annual ducs. The officers of the club were President, Sandy Heidi Vice-President. Patty Cocumellii Secretary, Sandy Baumlgergeri and Treasurer. Marsha Poff. Seated left to right are Mrs. Snyder, Patty Cocumelli, Sandy Reid, Marsha Poff. and Sandy Baumberger. Seated left to right are Mrs. Frances Rinner. Dave Jen- nings. Chuck Robbins, Carol Clark and Sandy Thompson. SOPHOMORE LATIN CLUB SENIOR LATIN CLUB Veni, Vidi, ut Vincerem 'lhe purpose ol' the Sophomore Latin Club was to learn more about the Roman language. This year the club members participated in the annual Roman Banquet held by the Senior Latin Club. For this occasion, they appeared in traditional Roman costumes. They also visited Buhl Plane- tarium and entered projects for exhibit. The club met every other Tuesday after school. The officers of this year's club were President. Chuck Robbins: Vice-President. Dave Jennings: Secretary. Carol Clarkg and Treasurer. Sandy Thompson. The advisor of the club was Mrs. Frances Rinner. Rinner's Romans The Senior Latin Club during the 1959-60 school year was composed of students who were taking advanced Latin. The club, better known as "Rinner's Romans", was organized to gain further knowledge of the customs and language of the Roman people. The members celebrated the "Saturnalia" and. at Thanksgiving. helped a needy family. but their biggest project was the Roman Banquet. The officers for this year were President. .lim ,Neiderhuberg Vice-President, Terry Trimmerg Secretary. Carolyn Misselwitz: Treasurer. Carole Fenskeg and Sergeant-at-Arms. Len Buckle. The club was under the supervision of Mrs. Frances Rinner. Marjorie Lutton. Page 140 Seated left to right are Mrs. Rin ner, Terry Trimmer, Carolyn Misselwitz. Jim Neiderhuber, Car ole Fenske. and Len Buckle. 2nd row left to right are Joyce Pettice Bill Cox. Sylvia Wise. Paul Fen ton, Vicki Mt-Hugh. and Barbara Durbin. 3rd row left to right are Tony Domanico. Jason Foreman Bill Gualtiere, Gary Carmichael Cassie Edwards. Alice Boyd, and From left to right are first-year officers: Vice President, Harry Montgomery: Secretary-Treasurer, Rich Ware: President, Momcilo Vuchenich: Mrs. Marguerite Snyder: second-year officers: President. Carolyn Salerno: Secretary-Treasurer, Bernard Rhodes: and Vice President, Pat Rinaldo. Pictured left to right are first-group officers: Vice-President, Maryanna Michl: Secretary Nancy Carlson: President, Dohrman Sinclair: Treasurer, Steve Schaefer: advisor Miss Sferra: second-group officers: Secre- tary, Kay Parker: President, Dolores Jones: Treasurer, Joyce Rasic: and Vice President, Lynn Kummer. FRENCH CLUB Parlez Vous Francais The purpose of the French Clubs during the 19511- 60 school year was to acquaint their members with the people. history. culture. and literature of France and her possessions in the past and the SPANISH CLUB Los Amigos The Spanish Club. also known as Los Amlgtis. was composed of second year Spanish students only. The purpose of the club was to study the Spanish-speaking people. their customs. coun- tries. and music. The students sang carols in Spanish as they paraded through the halls before Christmas vacation. Since the club met during Spanish classes. it was necessary to have two sets of officers. Adyisor of the club was Nlarion Sferra. present. Since there were two clubs. the advanced class and the first year class. the members met in their own class periods but joined to hold some of their social gatherings together. Page 141 SENIOR LOGICIANS The purpose ol' the Senior Logicians. formerly known as the Forum. was to study logic by way of discussion. In contrast to previous years. the club did not plan any public programs. The Logicians met once a week to discuss teenage. community. and national problems. The members also conducted mock campaigns in which various members ran for city offices. A trip was taken to Muskingum College to attend the Drama. Poe- try. and Reading Clinic. The club also sponsored the Sadie Hawkins Dance and a program present- ing the Muskingum Varsity Debate Team. Officers chosen to head the club were President. Bill Fournierg Vice-President. Gary Petersong Recording Secretary. Donna Garofaloz and Trea- surer. Lou Ann Henderson. Advisor to the club was Miss Margaret Denison. Youth Speaks Its Mind 3' 1 . Al xwfza Ill' W? f VP' I M. lu- ' , 1. Y 1' ,M 5 15 1,1 6 1 W f 1 f P1 Q J 5 l 7 4 Q FU W . 1699. m sv' ' 1 fl, sf F,,1"' LV , a 9 Lx" fl 4 if 11 li 9 EE 2 SE? , X 3 -v. V- 'W 4 U r ., S 2 .V ,sv , v 84, Y Lsif ' V V ' w,'g' '19 A 1 v ' Y -0 L' K o,,,s ' 1 'Nffi' 'Q L. 1 1' Q up ' L These girls contributed to the excellent attitude with which our assemblies are conducted. These girls were always avail- able to escort Big Red football fans to their seats. ASSEMBLY USHERS Half Way Over The traditional entrance of the student body into the auditorium for various assemblies was super- vised by the Assembly Ushers. a chosen group of senior girls. The girls were under the direction of Mrs. Frances Rinner. Their duties were to see that the students entered and left the auditorium in an orderly manner. They also helped at evening school programs by ushering and passing out programs. Page 145 STADIUM USHERS This Way. Please Patiently and courteously. during fair weather or foul, the Stadium Ushers assisted those people attending the home football games to their seats. Their advisor was Mrs. Cole. and their chairman was Mary Ann Bush. Assisting Mary Ann were Carolyn Misselwitz and Lynda Thomas. PEPPER CLUB The Pepper Club was one of 1959-60's most active organizations at SHS. Its main purpose was to promote school spirit for athletic events. lt held bonfires before the major football games and had charge of the pep rallies conducted at noon. The club chartered buses to the away games and made posters which were displayed in the halls. lt also sponsored a football dance in honor of the grad- uating players. Officers chosen for the year were President. Sophia Mastros: Vice-President. Mary Jane Starr: Secretary. Lois Reynolds: and Trea- surer. Donna White. This year's Pepper Club had the largest enrollment since the clubs reorganization in 1956 Seated left to right are Lois Reynolds. Mary Jane Starr Sophia 'Vlastros and 'Hr William Fllis 7' U 1 I the RADIO - TV CLUB smxn m' - ox THE AIR The study of speech and radio engineering fund- amentals was the main objective of the Radio-TV Club. under the direction of Miss Thelma Taylor. during the l959-60 school year. The activities of the past year included a weekly radio show and the introduction of several other radio pro- grams. On these programs the club attempted to produce a worthwhile program by playing music ol' various types and moods. and announcing news of school events. Various members also took turns announcing at basketball games. Plans were also made for a "ham" radio division and an in- creased instruction program. The Radio-TV Club held several social activities. including parties at the beginning and end of the school year and several informal meetings throughout the year. Officers of the past year were President. Len Buckle: Vice-President. Tad Myers: Secretary. .ludy Findlay: Treasurer. Daria DeJulio1 Business Manager. Larry Thompsonz Assistant Business Manager. Jack Kaufmann: and Historian, William Geiger. Seated left to right are Bill Geiger, Judy Findlay, Tad Myers, Len Buckle, Daria De Julio, and Larry Thompson. Marion Shafer "runs the board" at WSTV during the Radio Youth Hour. Page 147 meate a lrom lelt to right are Mrs. Elizabeth Reilly: Treasurer, Joyce Rasic: Corresponding Secretary, Carole Conn President, Carolyn Rietz: Vice-President, Donna Garofalo: and Recording Secretary, Susan Halm. F. N. A. F. T. A. Tlll-I l"l,URl'INt'lC XlllllTlNllAl,l'IS TONl0RliUW'S l'Illl'l'.XTURS The dream of the aspiring members of the Future Nurses Club is to become a lady in white. a nurse. The members became acquainted with the duties and requirements of nursing by visiting various hospitals in the vicinitv. Included in their visits The purpose ol' the F.'I'.A. was to explore the field of teaching. During the year. each member observed a teacher in one of our public schools. Members were also called upon to substitute for teachers and usher at meetings and conferences this year were Allegheny General Hospital in that the teachers attended. The club was advised Pittsburgh and Mount Sinai Hospital in Cleveland. by Miss Helen Broun. Scale d from left to right are Miss llelen Brown: Historian, Mary Braun: Treasurer. Carole I-'cnskez Yice-l'resi- dent Pro-Tom. Mary Ann Irvin: Secretary, Judy Reynolds: and Barbara Kalberer. Absent from Picture is Presi- dent Mary Ann Bush. Seated left to right are Paul Campbell, Allan Shell, and Sid Coppa. PROJECTIONISTS The Projectionist Club, with the assistance of Mr. Joseph Bell. operated projectors, tape re- corders. slide projectors, and various other mach- ines for the benefit of teachers and pupils during the 1959-60 school year. When movies were shown in individual classrooms or to the entire s'udent body. the members of the Projectionist Club were called upon to operate the projectors. Officers of the club were President, Allan Shellg Vice-President. Paul Campbellg Secretary, Judy Findlay: and Publicity Chairman. Sid Coppa. C. O. E. Future Secretaries The Co-operative Education Club at SHS during the school year operated for those students who planned their future in the field of business. lts members attended school in the morning and during the afternoon worked as secretaries in outside office positions. This year the club mem- bers sold pens as their money-making project. The club's activities included an annual Employ- er-Employee dinner. Pictured from left to right lst Row - Advisor, Mr. Joseph Robb: Vice-President Judy Achammer: Secretary Beverly Oliver: and Treasurer, Carolyn Chiota. 2nd Row - Carol Burkett, Claudia Bianchini, Rita Mackinaw Virginia Della Penna, and Sandy Russlee. 3rd Row - Pat Raska, Ruth Marunich, Nicky Vogagis, Paula Calhoun and Helen Homick. Page 149 '4' , Q Q I Q 11 :rf bl Nmwf 3 3 1 ' 1,1 lr 'vu The orchestra prided itself in its excellent selection and playing of music. ORCHESTRA Music Maestro One of the oldest organizations of SHS, the Steu- benville High School Orchestra. under the direc- tion of Mr. Edward J. Pales. was the string music representative of SHS. The activities of the club included annual concerts. performances preceding the Junior and Senior plays. and the Baccalaur- eate Sermon. The officers for the past year were President. Jean Calhoun: Vice-President. Irene Macri: Secretary- Treasurer. Nina Brown: Sergeant-at-Arms. George Merrick: and Librarian. Irene Macri. DANCE BAND Swing and Sway the Yioli Way The SHS Dance Band. under the direction of Mr. Anthony Violi. was composed of accom- plished players chosen from the band. They per- formed at various school functions and dances throughout the year. The hand provided added experience for its members who plan to further their musical careers after graduation. I s l E 2 I I 4 A 1 T h e s e accom- plished musicians entertained t h e students at num- erous dances. Xnthony 'l'. Yinli 'lhc Steubenville High Sclinnl lizind had thc honor of being inxiicd to pzirlicipznc in thc Clicr- ry Blimnin Fcxiixnl licld in Wiixliiiigluii. DL.. in April. illic iinginuing nl thc trip mix unllinx- igixiiczilly iimicruilxcii in thc inuiiilwrx nt ilic lurid. Ninncrnnx links xailu and hui dug Nllicx xxcrc held in thc rccrcnlion ruuni In in-lp rniw tnndx. Stun Stull. ll Iuaniing dim' joqkcy UI Iiic nrc.i. duiinlcd liix linic Lind Npnn rcf unixlx tor lin' Xkmliiiigiuii Swing. ll iinviicy-itiixiiig aitinir. A inurc lurnigil dgiiiuu nm licld in thc like llgilliuviii litilllllilllg ai xxcll- Mimxii Iiugil wrrliwiixi. Slinicni Ciuiiiiuil duiiiiicd Iliu prwmuciix Irwin inf lxxirp XX cull llqinuc in Ili: luini Inmi. SHS nm wry prniid wi in lmnni .ind lily' liuniwr .'iviiIcrr'ui npun ii STEUBENVILLE Standing left to right are Larry Thompson. Nancy Dever. Karen Rouse. Susie llorniewicz. JoAnn Gryszka. Diane Blake. Mildred Mellish. Linda Williams, Nancy Hugus. and Carolyn Glover. I I .,T-'IQ-v' l'i" --J--r-ar 'J-""""JlI' 'fllir IlI'iiI"T l I' -"'I""J"""l"' -I"-J'-I' I""El" il' -I J' WI fl' J. I' 1 Ml 11- 5 K .. . ' In HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND 'I he Big Red Bzind. under Ihe expert direelion ut' Mr. Anthony Yiuli. had uw distinct purlx. the mhrehing hand zirid the eoneert hand. 'I he miirehing band emertuined 5peetuturx during Ibuzhull seuwn with its imrieule drillx und elexer half-time whoxu lead by drum major Larry 'I homp- fon amd drum mujoretle Carolyn Glover. plus eight high-napping mujurettex. The hand per- l I i 4 ITTJ . . . . i . xx 'L u A Q A L I I. I 'I ,I Ju ui 4 4 . i . li .i A . . I I u. J' 'I L -, X Q- G 'Quai'- 3 , . - , Q xi, . 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Steubenville High School - Crimsonite Yearbook (Steubenville, OH) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

Steubenville High School - Crimsonite Yearbook (Steubenville, OH) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

Steubenville High School - Crimsonite Yearbook (Steubenville, OH) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

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