Triadelphia High School - Triadelphian Yearbook (Wheeling, WV)
- Class of 1922
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Class FlOwerhLilly of the Valley
MISS ETJQANQRA VOSSLER
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MARGARET li. ATKINSON
Glee Club Secretary '22
Dramatic Club Secretary '22
Latin Club '20
Y. VV. Club
HA quiet. steady, earnest lass,
One of the best students in our class."
"Margie" is another one of our sweet
singersg in fact she is quite talented in
this direction. She is good humored, wit-
ty and always ready to lend a helping
hand. Her very newest hobby is driving
MARGERY BAI RD
Dramatic Club '22
t'Always smiling: always happy."
"Mary" is always good natured even
if the photographer did make her look a
bit sober. She likes to cook and sew.
A girl with a bigger heart cannot be
CATH IQRINE Ii ICCK
Captain Basketball '21, '22
Glee Club '22
Dramatic Club '22
Athletic Club '22
"The sum of earthly bliss."
So says this happy-go-lucky Senior.
She is a good sport and a first-class bas-
ketball player. Her sweet disposition and
good will to all is responsible for her pop-
ularity with the faculty and class-mates.
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CHARLES HOWARD BELL
Class Basketball '21, '22
Assistant Editor Triadelphian '22
President Debating Club '22
Class Marshal '22
Dramatic Club '22
HA little nonsense now and then
ls relished by the wisest 1nen."
Howard is a model Senior. He is a
mighty line worker in spite of the girls.
Loves to dance. He is noted for his good
grades, trips to Washingtoxi, Pa., and a
few other things.
MILDRED XYATT BICKETT
Dramatic Club '22
Treasurer Debating Club '22
Latin Club '19, '20
Y. XY. Club '21, '22
Glee Club '19, '20, '21, '22
Organization Iiditor '22
"Her friends they are many,
Her foes-are there any?"
Mildred is our star student. She is quiet
and reserved but, however, she is full
of fun. A girl you can depend upon.
LOIS MARGARET BOYD
Class Basketball '22
Class Basketball Capt. '21
Junior Staff '21
Y. VV. Club '21
Dramatic Club '22
"A Winsome, yet serious maid,
VVith thirst for study unallaycdf'
"Lo" is an aspiring Senior, does not
confine all her efforts to her books. Is a
splendid seamstress. She is one of the
kind that "read much, listen much and
speak little." She is our future gymnas-
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GRACE IONE BROOKS
Class Basketball '21
Latin Club '20
Debating Club '22
Dramatic Club '22
4'Small of build, but large of heart
She wins your friendship from the start."
Grace is little but mighty. She is one
of our class poets. Grace's curly golden
hair is the envy of all the girls.
AUDREY ELIZABETH CAMPBELL
Dramatic Club 'ZZ
Y. VV. Club '22
'Wlvhy should we live, if not to enjoy."
A quiet lassie who knows what she's
about. She is modest and sweet and is a
"shark" at Domestic Science. She en-
joys Zl good "lark" and is ll friend to all.
HELEN M. COOKE
Glee Club '22
Senior Basketball '21 'ZZ
Y. XY. Club '21 '22
Dramatic Club '22
"A smile a minute
'l'here's mischief in it."
And Helen with her smile and mischief
is a regular "blues-chaserf' Everybody
likes to have her around because of her
winning ways. Some day we expect to
hear of her winning her laurels in the ar-
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HUBERT HENRY COOPER
Dramatic Society '22
"A brilliant student have we here,
Surpassed by no one far or near."
"Coopes" is one of our star students.
He is very quiet and never has much to
say but when he does talk we all sit up
and take notice. NVe predict a great fu-
ture for Hubert.
JESSIE R. COX
Class Basketball '21, '22
Y. VV. Club '21, '22
Dramatic Club '22
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"Thou loyest a good time but who can
Though of studious mind Jessie is al-
ways ready for a frolic. Has beautiful
brown eyes. She never talks QFD un-
, less she has some one to talk to.
GEORGE DAVVSON, JR.
Editor Junior Triadelphian '21
Dramatic Society '22
Asst. Business Manager, Triadelphian '22
A'He was wont to speak plain
And to the purpose"
As unsophisticated as a Freshman. A
real student. 1Yhen George recites he
has the whole class with him as his earn-
estness commands attention. We know
that he will be the "speaker of the house"
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Class President '22
Basketball 2nd '22
Class Basketball '21
Dramatic Club '22
Letter Club '22
"Talkers are not doersf'
This unassuming. modest. young fellow
is our President. Ile is not only a foot-
ball star but his candle of knowledge al-
ways throws its beams far and wide.
XYI XNIFRED F1.li'l'CH1iR EVANS
Glee Club '20, '21, '22
Glee Club Treasurer '21 '22
Class Treasurer '20
Junior Staff '21
Dramatic Club '22
Debating Club '22
Y. VV. President '21
Alumni Editor Triadelphian '22
"Small and witty .
She's never busy."
Did you ever see her study? Never-
but she either has a great "stand in" or
is naturally bright because her grades are
always all that can be desired. She says
she is going to be a school teacher. Poor
Football '19, '20, Capt. '21
Baseball '20, '21, Capt. '22
Basketball '21, Capt. '22
President Junior Class '21
Treas. Dramatic Club '22
Athletic Editor '1'riadclphian
Yice-President Latin Club '20
Letter Club '22
Do everything well."
Stump is one of the best all around
athletes Triadelphia has ever had. He
was the backbone of every team and the
most popular boy in schoolgeven with
the teachers-althougll he is always bluf-
iing Hb through classes.
LILLIAN VIRGINIA GNEISER
Dramatic Club '22
"Some think the world is iuade for fun
and frolic-and so do I."
'tLil" is one of our commercial students
and is quite a lively girl. Develops sud-
den spells of giggles which are quite con-
tagious to those about her. Fond of dis-
cussions in A. History class.
MILDR liD JOAN GU ESS
Dramatic Club '22
"Mid is no longer a stranger here
Tho she only came to us this year."
This lovable girl has xvon all our hearts
by her sweet I1lHl1l1CI'lSl1lS. XVC are very
glad she came to us even tho a trifle late
in her High School career, but "better
late than never."
M. OLIVE GUESS
Dramatic Society '22
"Speech is silver but silence is golden."
Olive's demure and quiet ways win the
confidence of those about her. Our only
regrets is that she didn't conie to us be-
fore this year.
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"Happy am 1, from care 1 am free.
XYhy aren't you all contented like me?"
Claude is one of the best natured boys
in school. He has only been with us a
year, but it didn't take him long to feel
at home at old 'llriadel.
liD1'1lH MAY GNVINN
Pres. Glec Club '22, V. P. '21
Y. VV. Club '21
Latin Club '2ll
Dramatic Club '22
"Singing most prettily
Harkl what she sings.
Ch, joy! oh. joy!"
How inadequate words are to express
the rapture we all experience upon hear-
ing this sweet maiden sing. And can yO'i
show me a person more beloved than our
GEORGE RTCHARDS GVVINN
'llrack '21, Capt. '22
Class Basketball 121, '22
"Thought the moon was made of green
Speaking of track Dick ought to be ar-
rested for speeding. He is a great bluffer
and loves to tease.
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Yiee-President Senior Class
lfootball '20, '2l
llaseball '21. 'ZZ
Capt, Class Basketball 'Zl. '22
llrainatie Society 'ZZ
l,etter Club '22
"'lihere's much niisehiei in the man."
liehold our class jester, prince of popu-
laritv, the onlv living 'rival of Happy
Hoolligan. lle Eiiwiiyslgyts away with it-
bnt how does he do it:
Basketball 'Z1. 'ZZ
Football '21, '22
Dramatic Club '22
Staff Triadclphian '22
Letter Club 'ZZ
"lt was ever thus.
Beauty captures everything."
Handsome "Hills" is the "Apollo" of ye
old class. He only joined us last year but
already has become one of the most
ardent of supporters. His athletic record
is superbg especially his football and bas-
MARY ELICANOR JACKSON
Dramatic Club '22
Class Basketball '21, '22
Y. VV. Club '2l. 'ZZ
'AA kind and gentle heart had she."
Mary Eleanor is a very diligent studcnt
and is a friend to all-including the facul-
ty. Loves a good time-and red hair.
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ERIC XY. JOHNSON
Dramatic Club '22
"Ch, what may man within him hidt-
'I ho angel on the outward sidcf :
"Crabhy' is another onc OI those sly
fun-makers. Hu keeps us in gales of i
laughtt-1' with his droll expressions. Makes E
a maryclous "colored" IBOYYIWYOYCII on
Stunt Night. I
"lilo" "Red" T
Class Y. P. '20 3
Class Sccrctary '21 I
Class Secretary '22 i
X. XX. Club ll, Pics. Z2 3
Mandolin Club 'l9. '20 I
Class Basketball '21
Y. P. Dramatic Socicty '22 :
Junior Triadclphian Static
Latin Club '20 i
"Brilliant hair, hrilliant mind, T
This lady' fair, wc likt' hcr kind."
"Rod" is quits 50 old shining stai'-both Y
in and out of class. She is gcncrally liked 5
Liturary Editor Stal? '22
"Coulds't thou bc mort- gay and jolly?
Always bustling-full of activity and 1
what is worthwhile-shc rcally accom! I
plishcs somt-thing. Louise is always busy, T
but ut-vcr too busy to ht-lp the lcsscr g
stars' shinc. I
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or unwilling to help. I
Loulsts 1sABif:1.1.i2 KIMMINS I
Class Basketball '21, '22 I
Dramatic Society '22 5
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Glee Club '21, '22
Y. VV. Club '21
Dramatic Club '22
A"1'o see her is to love her."
Helen has hosts of friends and she, in
return, is a friend to every one. Her
knowledge is not limited to books be-
cause slle can sew and cook to perfec-
Football Squad '20, '21
Baseball Squad '22
Dramatic Club '22
"Give us the lad whose happy life
ls one perpetual grin."
"Bush" is quite prominent in tlle atb-
ietic lield and also has made quite a
record in dramatics. On account of his
disposition we all love Bushnell Love.
GEORGE B. LCKENS
Football, '18, '19
Track '21, '22
Class Basketball '21, '22
Junior Business Manager
Circulation Manager '22
Dramatic Society '22
"lf a thing is worth doing at all
lt is worth doing well."
Lukens never undertakes any task un-
less lie knows lie can carry it through
Very successfully. And lle always does
it right too. He is in for all activities that
be knows he can handle.
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ELEANOR B. MACHLIN
Dramatic Club '22
'tFor thou art wise and Witty, too
Thy tongue can say
The shrewdest and the cutest things
In such a pleasant way."
Eleanor just came to us this year but
we've all grown to love her. Although
we seldom see her study. she usually has
her lessons prepared. She is a regular
sport throughout all social and class ac-
MABEL M. McGINNIS
Dramatic Club 22.
Marshal of Glee Club '22
Debating Club 'ZZ
Mllallness is not nv' only virtue."
A very active member of the "Dramatic
Club." She can always be counted upon
for loyal support and activity for any
organization of dear old T. D. H. S.
MA R GA R ET M ESS
Dramatic Club '22 Pres.
Basketball Class Team '2l. '22
"Oh, she's a pearl no mischief scheming,
'l'here's such a girl, clon't think l'm dream-
XYho could help but falling in love with
this girl with the dreamy eyes? Although
she is always ready for a good time she
has her lessons. She has won the hearts
of her teachers and classmates.
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Senior Static Business Nleniagter
Drzunatic Club '22
'Be not simply good:
lie Uoocl for something."
Bob is the niost competent of business
inanzlgers. Siinply loves to zzrgue ancl
lease, Pretenrls Lil he cloesn't like girls.
MARTHA XA YLC 5 IQ
Y. XY. Club '22
Glee Club '22
Class Basketball '21
Drzunatic Society '22
"Shes here. she's there.
Always ready to take 21 clarefi
This angelic expression is not always
seen on her countenance, because she sure
ean make those cyes flash. She has ideas
of her own anal can always be clependetl
upon to szty just what she thinks. She is
at jolly girl and loves to have fun.
MILDRED NICHC DLS
Glee Club '19, '20, '21, '22
Y. XV. Club '21
Drznnatic Club 'ZZ
One of our "little" girls. She stands
as 21 proof that it is not necessary to be
big to be great. She is great. ln class
zzncl in all school activities she plays 21
'role of inspiration.
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tlrcliestra '21, '22
"ln framing an artist. art hath decreed
Too make some good, but others t 1
George is especially interested in draw-
ing. Ile is well liked and we are contii-
clent he will be ft future "Kreisler," Speak,
act, dance, write, draw and fiddle: what
can't he do?
Track '19 '
Capt. Track '20, '21
Class Secretary '19
Basketball Squad '21
Treasurer Class '22
Dramatic Club '22
Class Basketball '21, '22
VVhat if my words were meant for deeds?
A quiet, CH steady. earnest youth,
George is our ambassador of finance be-
cause of his ability to collect money. He
is full of fun and wit and is very popular
with the Senior and Junior-GIRLS.
FRASI lil! SM l'1'H
Student Mgr. Athletics
Letter Club '22
"This calm lad is not given to worry.
He never frets, nor does he hurry."
"Christmas" receives his noble title from
his flaming hair and green necktie. lli
is a very practical youth and his easy
uoing disposition has won him countless
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"Mike," "Hen," "Henry",
Glee Club '19, '20, '21, '22
Basketball Class Team 321
1922 Varsity Basketball
Y. XY. Club '22
Dramatic Club '22
Latin Club '20
Athletic Club '22
'LXYDCII joy and duty clash
Let duty go to S111ELS11.U
uHen" is always in for a good time. but
does not neglect her studies too much.
Always Z1 good sport and a mainstay of
Dramatic Club '22
"The same yesterday, today and to-
Gives forth unexpected flashes of
knowledge every once in a while in His-
tory Class. She is never worried and
does her work with a will.
1RENl3 LOC1SE STROEHMANN
Glee Club '20, '21, V. P. '22
Junior Staff '21
Class Basketball '22
Dramatic Club '22
"Between laughing and talking,
her day is full."
Can she drive a car? XVhy. she's a
regular speed maniac. Can giggle and
bluff to perfection. Quite a cut-up when
you know her.
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OSCAR C. STORCH
Dramatic Club '22
Baseball '21, '22
Class Basketball '22
"Time for play when sums are over.
Time for work when play is done."
Oscar has red, curly hair, but the hot
temper which usually accompanies it is
never seen in this case. XVQ think he
will m21ke 21 good business man.
HIQLEN Fl.ORliNCli TIMBLIX
Dramatic Club '22
Debating Club '22
llank and Cafeteria cashier '21, 'ZZ
"Something attemptecl-something done."
Quiet 21s 21 mouse but wise as an owl.
Expects to break El typexxmiting reeorcl
some of these tlays. ls Z1 line worker Zillil
mneh in flemancl by everyone.
KVA LT ER HAROLD YVAYMAN
Dramatic Club 'ZZ
"'Tis better to be small and shine
Than to be great and cast a shadow."
The Senior class has several NllllQlHCf5'y
and Harold is one of them. He is one of
our quiet lacls, but still Waters run cleep,
you know. He thinks a lot of T. D. H. S.
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Latin Club '20
Assistant liflitor Junior 'llriacleipl'iian.
lfclitor Senior 'llriaclclpliian
Dramatic Society 'ZZ
Class Play '22
"I know a trick worth two of that."
is our lfclitor-in-Chief. As for capability
is El star in Physics.
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Where strlfe 'tncl toil doth cease
Of the txio xx ho xx ere cartied on
lo thc xxorlcl of calm 'mcl pe ice
When out ot thc mists ot evening
Comes 1 calm tlnt to Us cloth shoxx
llmt ilthough ue miss them sacllw
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The Senior Class Play is a comedy of college life entitled "The
'l'ouch-Down." It deals with the vicissitudes and tinal triumph of the
Siddell Football Eleven, and the humorous and dramatic incidents con-
Act I.-Assembly Room of Siddell Glee Club, Afternoon.
Act Il.-Same as Act l. Next afternoon,
Act IH.-The same, Two weeks later.
Act IY.--The same one week later. Evening,
Grant Hayden ...
Robert Hayden . ..
Alfred XVolfe ....
Gene Clarke . . .
-lunius Hrooks . ..
George Holman . . .
Frank Mitchell ..
Henry Summer . . .
XYatssa Faulkner . . .
Rena Maynard ....
Dollie Sylvester . . .
, ..... George Serig
. . . Eric johnson
. . . Bushnell Love
... Hubert Cooper
. . . Oscar Storch
.. . George Lukens
. Eleanor Machlin
. . Mabel McGinnis
. . Mildred Nichols
. XYinnifred Evans
. . . . . Margaret Atkinson
Stage and Properties Committee-George Shilling, Martha Naylor,
lrene Stroehmann and Helen Cooke.
Coach and Director-AEleanora Yossler.
Assistants--Miss Andrews, Mr. Stenger.
Manager Curtain and Lights-David Carle, '24,
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Lass HI TORY
Ii: September, 1918, the class of '22 first invaded the hall of Tria-
c!e'phia District High School, then situated at Edgington Lane, Since
then we have kept up the conquest, and at last, having secured the
war prize fsheepskinj have quit the struggle, and are looking for-
ward to greater conquests.
VVe were Freshmen! Our traditional fears were not allievated by
the Sophs, who were the chief cause of our troubles. They and other
upper classmen terrified us by their cold looks and awed us by their
display of superior wisdom. The instructors did not decrease our
timidity efther, They seemed like monsters to us. and many times did
we fear being devoured by them.
Soon after we had gotten settled, the doubtless braves of our num-
ber ran the gauntlet of paddles while sympathetic damsels looked on.
After such a reception we felt truly initiated into high school life.
The Freshmen class meeting was anticipated with great eagerness.
After much discussion and argument, we finally decided to entrust our
leadership to lidward Flaccus, who has since left school. Under his
z-dministration no serious conflicts were encounteredg in fact, as a
whole we were as peaceful as could be expected-for Freshmen!
Our first year's work was interrupted by the "flu" But after sever-
al weeks the "flu" flew away and we flew back to our beloved studies.
In February of our Freshmen year, we occupied our 1ong-dreamed-
of new building, As we stood in wonderment at the magnificance of
that white brick palace, we were bowed down in awe and marveled
that we should ever have the opportunity to stand within those stately
portals. But there was one strange occurrence in this new building
which we had some difficulty in understanding. Every time the period
l.-ell rang, it sounded just like it had sounded the last time, and we
wondered at the wisdom of the members of the other classes because
they knew just when to pop out of their seats and go hence!
Our first venture into athletics was very successful, Howard
Friederichs was on the football squad.
By the time we were Sophs, the greenness had somewhat faded
away, and we were beginning to adorn the Flower of Learniiq, We
could now be looked upon as bright, intelligent and above all am-
lsitious--fambitious to be of still greater importance t?j. Several of
our members were added to basketball and football fame. We elected
Louis VX'aterhouse, as our chief and as a whole had a very uneventful
Finally we emerged as Noble juniors! Miss Morgan, our class
advisor at that time, can vouch for our "nobleness," Qwe're too modest,
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Senior Banquet which was a wonderful success Qto our minds lj How-
ard Friedrichs, our president, as toastmaster capped the climax. and
the whole affair turned out well fsome people even ate the sa, ill
During the same year with George Dawson at the head of an en-
thusiastic staff, we published the junior Triaclelphian, which also met
As Seniors we have reached the climax of our career-graduation!
Our achievements along various lines this year have been remarkable.
There is only space to enumerate a few of them here: Frasier Smith
has been an efficient manager of various athletic teamsg Catherine Beck
has been a star player as guard on the Varsity Basketball teamg we
have organized a Dramatic Society with Margaret Mess as presidentg
Edith Gwinn, president of the Girls' Glee Club, has made an excellent
captain of the Girls' Class Basketball team. Richards Gwinn has been
captain of the Boys' Class Basketball team, and Howard Bell has
served as president of the Debating Club, Through Howard Friede-
richs our athletic genius, the school has been presented with the Silver
Loving Cup at the Bethany tournament in March. Other members
of our class have been the backbone of the diilerent athletic teams.
Herbert Dieckinan, our prexy, has guided us through our last year
safely. Among other things we have succeeded fairly well in having
a family row every time class meeting is called: we have sacrificially
given up hope of getting anything to eat at the lunch counter by per-
mitting under-classmen to have hrst chanceg we have published four
successful 'l'riadelphians, and, even though battling all the hardships
of High School life we have persevered unto the end.
Not being the largest class ever graduated from 'l'. D, H. S. we
made up in quality what we lack in quantity, and are graduating 'forty-
This ends our history as a class, but as for individuals we refer you
to two books-"Lives of Great Men" and "Noted American XYoinen."
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XX'e, the Class of 1922, of Triadelphia High School, of the city of
lYheeling, Ohio county, State of XYest Virginia, United States of
America, being of good memory, of sound and disposing mind, and
realizing that our high school days are drawing to an end. that we
are soon to take the burden of life upon our own shoulders and face
the world in search of success, do hereby make, declare, and publish
this to be our last will and testament, in the following manner:
First: We will and bequeath our most sincere thanks to our class
advisor, Miss Vossler, and the other members of the faculty who have
helped us through our high school days tnever to be forgotten.,l
Second: 'llo the coming Senior class we leave our dignity and brain
power which they will, no doubt, need.
'l'hird. 'llo the Sophs, our sister class, we will and bequeath the fol-
Q15--Their duty to carry out 'l'radition, as we did.
Q23-Our good "stand-in" with the faculty,
Q37-Success in the coming high school years.
Fourth: VYQ leave to the Freshies our deepest sympathy and all
things which we have had to amuse us in our high school days,
113'-To "Eddie Klein," "Ruth Burger',' "Cad" Burruss, "Betty
l'lloch" and "Louise Abbott" the use of the halls for making dates.
125-To Ubliggsv and "l3inty" fond memories of a clean and well-
kept class room.
Q35-To Miss Moore our hearty congratulations! QFPFJ
Q45-To Miss Orr, success in making T. D. I-l. S. a girls' seminary.
155-Stump leaves the place of all-around athlete to anybody cap-
able of filling the position.
4,61-Edith Gwinn wishes success to chorus leader in chapel.
Q71-A History Endowment fund saved up by Louis VYaterhouse
in the school savings and left to the school by the said person. It
should, and no doubt will, be appreciated,
Sixth: To any class that can attain it, we leave the privilege of
zzttempting to accomplish that which we did not attain--TO BIZ
ALLOXYED TO DANCE IN THE SCHOOL.
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Seventh: 'llo the future "'l'riadelphian" staff we leave our hearti-
est wishes for success and all the money left in the hank,
lfighth: XYe leave to Mr. Dunlap, a quiet study hall, as quiet as
it was when we were monopolizing' it.
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Xmth: lo 501110 ot our under classmen and undeiclasswomeiz. xx ho
will suffer of hroken hearts when SOME of our girls and fellows cle-
part, we leave our deepest sympathy,
Tenth: Last but not least, we will our splendid school spirit, our
athletic equipment, our old Digests, Review of Reviews, our homes for
lockers, and anything which may he of use. providing' they are in tit
condition, to the erztire school.
Nlitnessed. signed and sealed, this 'llwenty-first day of May. in the
year of our l.ord. Nineteen Hundred and 'llwenty-two.
CLASS OF 1922
Per Henrietta Stamp
tfllune: .lust a Little Love Songl
liver since we came to school
Green as grass as is the rule
We just worked with lots of sighing
'l'rying'+It was sad.
Now we're SENIORS that is gain
We are glad.
Brightest of all classes
In dear old T. D, H. S,
Sweetest lads and lasseg
ln T. D, H. S. they are the hest
Cold and Green so nohle
Colors that are so true
Seniors adore them
'llhey're always for them
The class of '22.
Now since we have heen to school
Four long years as is the rule
All the things that were so trying
Now we think of good alone
Of the school that's been our home
XYe'll remember while we roam
From the spot.
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Be quiet and steady! You have yet to hear our boastings! NYC
revel in our greatness. Sirs! in the efforts of the Seniorsvmoving
not in organized, disciplined masses, but in their spontaneous action-
there is something glorious! They can move forward without orders
and brave the flaming lines of starving underlings at our highly
esteemed lunch counter. Their valor springs not from recklessness-
but from force of habit. In this they conquer!
The Seniors of '22 always have conquered and always will conquer.
New dynasties may be imposed, but the Seniors of '22 are never sub-
Among our versatile celebrities, may be enumerated the following:
Gur all-round athlete, 'fStu1np" Frederichsg our stellar prima donna,
Edith Gwinng our notable editor-in-chief, Louie XYaterhouseg our cele-
brated and renowned artists, Frasier and johnnyg our famous beauty,
Mabel McGinnisg included among the throng are also vamps, blonde
and brunette-statesmen, crators, debators, actors and actresses!
Nature has especially endowed us with certain capabilities as has
been shown in the elaborate, incomparable banquet, which we, the
class of '22, gave to the right honorable class of '2l: also the most
lavish and fantastic masquerade ever given at 'lf D. H. S. was the
junior-Senior masquerade party given last fall.
VYe have looked well to our aggrandizement by organizing the hrst
permanent Dramatic Society of T. D. H. S., and also the first Debating
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Club. XYe were the mainstay of the football team and the basketball
team, as well. Due to the wonderful playing of Captain Friederichs
and the team, the hrst trophy ever awarded to T. D, H. S. was pre-
sented at the Bethany Tri-State Basketball 'llournament, namely-a
beautiful loving cup.
l-low anyone can dare to compare the accomplishments of the
Seniors of l22 Qwhose superiority in every particular, social, athletic,
literary, dramatic, and general intelligencel to any other classt of our
school, we have yet to learn!
lndeed we are almost intoxicated with our many triumphs. Adver-
sity we have always borne and are the better for it. Our responsibility
is appalling-namely that all recount our mighty deeds, ponder over
our principles and teachings, and in looking to us as the Perfect Ex-
ample-resolve to be more and more guided by us in the future.
We have resolved to be an honor to ourselves and to dear old
'l'r'aclel! All in all-none can hope to rival the peerless class of '22,
XYe pity-yea sincerely pity the Unbelieverfhe who scoffs at what
we have hereby set down-alas, we only say that he lacks intelligence.
Yea Yea! Seniors of '22,
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and Harold XYayman are both married and share ownership in a chicken
farm which helps to supply XVheeling's population of 10,000 people
with eggs. Lois Boyd married a man from Pittsburgh and lu- living
in that city.
March 6. Helen recently made one of her business trips to Pitts-
burgh and while there she saw Mildred Nichols play in "Siren Eyes."
It had played for two months at " 'L' Armour Theater" which was
owned by the Love Brothers-our own Bushnell and Gilbert. Helen
was able to talk to Midge for a few minutes and learned that Helen
Lawson is with her as her companion. Mildred had recently received
a call from a Mrs.1--- who proved to be none other than Martha
Naylor. After leaving T. D. H. S. Martie had successfully carried on
kindergarten work until her marriage in 1928 necessitated her duties
elsewhere. Helen also learned that VX'innifred Evans and Eleanor
Machlin had established a school for girls about twelve miles from
March 14. Most of my mail for the past few days has contained
more or less of the desired information of dear old l22. George Shul-
ing has been appointed public accountant and is located at St. Louis.
Eric johnson owns and is active president of a wireless telephone com-
pany which extends over the middle eastern states. Howard Fried-
richs replied that he had learned through his position as general man-
ager of the American Athletic Association that Louis XYaterhouse has
recently been made Dean of the University of Maine. "Stump" con-
gratulates himself upon having Henrietta Stamp as a sister-in-law.
Edith Gwinn informs me that she is taking over the Chicago Opera
company which in our high school days was under the direction of
Mary Garden. She wondered if I knew that Grace Brooks is head
buyer for the exclusive "Chez la Chapeau" patronized by Chicago So-
ciety. Richards Gwinn is practicing medicine in Baltimore.
March 22. I just received a letter this morning from XYest Alex-
ander. George Dawson is still conducting his store at Valley Grove
which has grown tremendously. Mildred and Olive Guess are happily
married and are living near their former homes.
Florence Stillwagon is also married and living in Pittsburgh, Mil-
dred Bickett has specialized in Latin and is teaching at T. D. H. S.
Margaret Atkinson received a substantial legacy and is furthering her
education by extensive travel. Claude Guy is president of the NVest
Alexander bank which has had a great increase in capital in the last
fifteen years. XVord from 'lessie Cox and Helen Timblin state that
they are secretaries of the 1Yheeling Steel Corporation and Hazel Atlas
Co., respectively, and are fully capable of their responsibilities, Mary
Eleanor jackson writes that she is teacher of Domestic Science at Mar-
garet Morrison School in Pittsburgh and that Margery Baird has
charge of special classes of different 'lines at the same school.
March 26. To continue with my statistics-Lillian Gneiser is about
to depart for a honeymoon to Bermuda with her second husband.
Having just received a XYheeling newspaper I noticed that Catherine
Beck is gym instructor at the Y. XY. C. A, there. Under the court
news my attention was especially called to a case handled by Attorney
Clark Howell. He was evidently defending George Serig whose wife
had brought suit for divorce on the grounds of constant nagging, The
society column mentioned the formal opening of a tea shop on the
Lincoln Highway near Pittsburgh by lrene Stroellmann of XYheeling.
I am very much surprised to hear that john Henry now writes a D. D.
after his name and has a large Pittsburgh church. George Lukens
has carried on his father's jewelry business with great success. Aud-
rey Campbell has informed me that she is on the staff of the New
York Tribune and that Louise Kimmins has a similar position on the
XYashington Times. Herbert Dieckmann is a second Luther Burbank
and has made many discoveries in his green houses in Park View.
Oscar Storch, I hear, is valiantly fighting to keep the price of coal
within reasonable limits because of the effects on his chain of mines.
Thus have I found 1ny former classmates situated in life, and am
glad to know that all are reasonably prosperous, true to the T, D. H. S,
traditions of old.
The Senior class of '22
Is saying good-bye to the school so trueg
To the school with the life and pep and fun
To the school that is fair to everyone:
The School with a conscience, the school with grit,
The school with a spirit that won't let you quit,
The school that says go and everyone goes,
That makes you forget all your troubles and woes
The school of quality, the school of pluck,
The school that has brought to us Seniors, good luck!
So the Senior class of '22
NYishes to thank the school so true,
Wishes to thank the Red and Black
The colors so true that never slack,
For what they have done for the Gold and Green
The most brilliant class that ever was seen.
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We wish to thank all of our Exchanges for their school papers:
we enjoyed them all. Vie received some helpful ideas, and like to
think that maybe they received some from our paper. Wie were com-
plimented upon our various departments, especially the literary. Stud-
ents whose stories appeared in the Triadelphian should feel honored.
The number of exchanges is larger this year than it was last, and
we hope that it may continue to grow. It is also hoped that for next
year, a more suitable place will be provided in the library for the
exchanges, and that better care may be taken of them.
During the past year we have exchanged with the following pub-
The XYichitan Messenger, XYichita High School, XYichita, Kansas.
The Forge, Central High School. Akron, Ohio,
The Sesame, South Hills High School. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hi-Life, Fairmont High School. Fairmont, XY, Ya.
The VX'ah Hoo, Allegheny High School, Pittsburgh, l'a.
Hi-Echo. Donora High School, Donora, lla.
The Monitor, New Castle High School, New Castle. Pa.
The Pasquino, Potomac State School, Keyser, XY. Va,
The Parthenon, Marshall College, Huntington, XY. Va.
Athenaeum, lYest Virginia University, Morgantown, XY. Ya.
Monmouth Oracle, Monmouth College. Monmouth, lll.
XYest Tech Tatler, West Tech, Cleveland, Ohio.
Argus, St. Mary's High School, St. Mary's, XY. Va.
The Mountaineer, Grafton High School, Grafton, NY. Va.
The Tournament, Spencer High School, Spencer, XY, Ya.
Normal Trumpet, XYest Liberty State Normal. Vest Liberty, XY. Va.
Black and Gold, Keyser High School. Keyser, XY. Ya, V
Russell Sage Review. Russell Sage College. Troy. N. Y.
The Red and lllack, llellaire High School, Bellaire, Ohio.
The Signal, Sistersville High School, Sistersville, NY. Ya.
The Chronicle, Niagara High School, Niagara. New York,
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"The Triadelphian" Staff here-to-fore has been elected by the
Senior Class from their own members early in the school year during
which they edit the publication. By the present method the new staff
is composed of inexperienced officers, Many difficult problems are
encountered by any new staff, especially in the Business and Editorial
In order to overcome a few of the difficulties encountered by the
inexperienced, we offer the following plan:
lilect a Senior at the head of each department with a Junior assis-
tant and perhaps several other assistants either Seniors or Juniors.
XYhen the Seniors graduate the juniors become the heads of the vari-
ous departments, as Seniors, electing vluniors in turn to assist them.
In this way an experienced siurlt-nt heads every department. Such a
system is carried out in many High School and College publications,
proving successful in most cases.
One of the greatest advantages of such a system is that much of
the business relating to finance and circulation can be carried on dur-
ing the summer months, so that when school opens ir: the fall the
staff can undertake its duties with some idea of its resources and
The time has come. we are sorry to say. when we must leave you
and it is with deep regret that we do so.
To the other classes we wish to express our commendation of the
spirit of co-operation which they have manifested toward us in our four
short years of High School lffc.
To the faculty we are indebted for much of our learning. In our
earlier school days we used to look upon our instructors, not only with
fear and trembling, but with "wonder" that our small heads could
carry all that we thought we were absorbing! This feeling, however,
has all passed away and we are both sad and happy when we realize
that soon we will be graduated with your stamp of approval upon the
record we have made under your appreciated instruction,
'We feel sad because the ties that bind us together must soon be
broken, probably never again to be formed.
Wie are happy because we have attained another goal along the
journey of student life, and by reason of your help in all departments
of school work, we feel encouraged to enter new fields of activities,
with the full assurance that all of the faculty of T. D. H. S. will be
hoping for us to win in the "Battle of Life."
Vle bid you., one and all, FAREVYELL!
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At the close of a year's, business many companies carefully study
the results of their plans by checking the year's work. Graphs are
made. Gains and losses compared. New plans are proposed. It seems
equally fitting that a pupil might make a similar study of himself.
He might ask himself such questions as these: HHow did I enjoy my
work and did I give it my best effort this year? Shall I return to
school next year or go into some other kind of work? VVhat progress
have I made?l'
It is quite natural for a high school boy or girl to grow restless and
wonder why I-Iistory, English, Algebra and other subjects are worth
while anyway and the result is that many quit school and go to work.
Let us question one hundred parents who quit school early in life,
what is the greatest mistake they have made. I venture that ninety
per cent would say if they had their lives to live over again they
would sacrifice most anything to go to school, More educat' 11 they
know is needed. They see it clearly now. It surely seems that such
testimony is worth careful consideration. The world's work is mak-
ing forward strides by the keenest competition. Sharpened wits, on'y,
can keep pace. Others follow. School helps make life's vision big.
It clears the way to leadership. This is its excuse for existence. It
is worth striving for.
P. E. KING
REVIVING THE SPIRITS
Our school spirit is reviving. The fellows and girls are coming
more and more to realize that no team can put in the proper fight
without the proper backing. You can't build a modern office building
without the proper support of the steel frame work. Neither can you
build a championship football, basketball or baseball team without
steel support. '
"Steel" support means that the team must be backed through poor
seasons just as strongly as it is backed through the successful seasons.
It is very poor sportsmanship to back a championship team to the
limit and fail to givethe poor team an equal backing. XYe are realiz-
ing this at T. D. H. S. more than ever before, and its high time we
are. Our teams this year have been supported better than any T, D.
I-l. S. teams ever were before. Letls keep on with this upward climb
and build a name for T. D. H, S. as a clean-fighting, spirited and
loyal High School.
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XYC, the 'llriaclel vhian Staff. wish to ex mress our Oratitucle ancl a me
preciation to all those who have in anyway. throughout the year, helpefl
to make the publication of the 'l'riaclelphian a real success.
NYC appreciate the fact that inany of our local business inen have
taken a great cleal of interest. and have arlvertiserl so generously in our
We thank especially, Mr. 'lf E. Fankhauser for his valuable ass'stf
ance in the business clemartinent: l'rof, Kino' for his valuable aicl anel
assistance throughout the year: Miss lfleanora Yossler who has spent
almost unliniitecl time in aiclinff ancl aclvisinff us in our publication of
XXI- thank you. one ancl all, for your hearty co-operation.
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Rf JBlfR'l' ROIJCSICRS .... ....... P resident
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IJK JRC J'lll'lY IDAYI ES , .. ...... Secretary
.IICAX HALLICR .......... ..... ' Freasurer
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There are 141 stucleuts enrolled in the Sophomore Class. This Class
is worth its weight in gold. Large proportions of all our teams are
macle up of Sophomores. It is at Class full of talent and spirit, Tria-
clelphizl High is glad she can have them for two more years.
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The team of 1921 has had the most successful season of any team
in the historyof the school.
Due to the efforts of Coach Wolfe, the team, although composed of
green material, developed into one of the best coached teams in the
valley, and was considered by state critics to have been the best light
weight team in the state.
The season opened with the Alumni game, which was composed
of all the former stars. The Varsity team won by the close score of
Then came Flushing, who had one of the strongest teams in her
history. Triadelphia defeated them 7-0,
Triadelphia then journeyed to Follansbee to play her first game
away from home. Handicapped by having some of the regulars out,
on account of injuries. we were beaten 42-0.
A week later Triadelphia staged a spectacular comeback and de-
feated Cameron 6-0 at Cameron.
Mannington was next and the Triads again handicapped--this time
by the tremendous weight of the Mannington players-were defeated
by a score of 42-0, after putting up one of the hardest tights of the
Triadelphia on October ZZ. played the strong Bellaire team at Bell-
aireg Triadelphia used many of her second string men in this game,
most of the regulars not having recovered from the battering they re-
ceived from the hands of the Mannington players, The final score was
41-0, in favor of our opponents.
From this game on Triadelphia made history for herself, Meeting
the strong Chester team from the Northern Panhandle, Triadelphia de-
feated them 10-7. We next met the strong Moundsville team and de-
feated them 6-0, the first time that a Triadelphia team ever defeated
the team from Moundsville.
Linsly Institute of XYheeling was played next, This game was
played on a muddy held and due to this handicap plus the surplus
weight of the cadets, they scored a victory against us, managing to
push across three touchdowns.
Triadelphia went to New Martinsville and playing on a field covered
with water held the strong Magnolia team to a 0-0 score,
The Thanksgiving game with XYarwood was played in a sea of mud
and due to the poor officiating on the part of McHenry the headlines-
man, who penalized Triadelphia every time she got within scoring
distance. The score was 0-0.
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.Xlthougli -I. Hills. .l. Henry, H. Dieckman, B, Love, R. Gwinn and
H. l"riedricks will be lost by graduation this year. the school has ma-
terial left with which to build a championship team. XYith the nucleus
ot XY. Smith. Captain elect, 'l'hompson, Nickerson, Ross, Kahle, Rodg-
ers, Clenther, Yassher, Lash, Gneiser, Giffen, Flannagan, Hubbard,
Stoop. Curtiss and others who intend to play. a winning' combination
should be turned out, especially with VValter Smith at the head, as he
has the tight that makes a good leader,
This is the tirst year that Coach Wolfe
has had charge of the athletics at this
school, and all that the school gained in
athletics during the past season is due
Facing a crisis caused by the gradua-
tion of all but two football men and two
basketball letter n1en he built, out of
green material. a team which made a
better record than any one of previous
years, despite the odds of weight and ina
Regarding basketball. it is enough to
say that the taking of third place at the
tri-state tournament as compared with
previous years, is proof enough of his abil-
In track there is no doubt he will turn
out a team which will do itself justice
in any meet in which they may compete
and which will reflect credit upon the
school and himself.
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livery year brings forth some one ath-
lete who stands out prominently and in-
disputably-as the best our school pro-
duces. "Mike" O'Brien, 'ZOQ "Russ" Clarke
'21, and Harold Folmar, '21, have all earn-
ed this distinction in the past and this
year the honor falls upon Howard Fried-
richs. Captain of our football team and
All-Valley fullback besides starring in all
the other sports, he has done more than
any one man in the school to put Triadel-
phia on the Athletic map. His graduation
will be an irreparable loss to every branch
of athletics at Triadelpllia High School.
"Small but mighty." XYeighing only 116
lbs., Herbie Dieckmann played 'one ot the
steadiest games of the year. Herbie has
been plugging along tor three years. bc-
ing knocked around like subs usually, are.
until this vear and because of his tierce
tackling and ability to solve the OPDQ'
nents' plays he held down the- responsi-
ble position of end on the varsity.
He graduates this year and the school
loses 116 lbs. of solid nerve.
john Henry was one of the smallest
tackles in the valley. weighing only 127
lbs., but he has the exceptional record of
out-playing all ot his heavier opponents.
His clever methods of getting his oppo-
nents aside and tackling the opposing
backs before they started earned him a
place on several all-valley teams and it
certainly is too bad that john leaves the
school this year as he aided much in
keeping up the spirit of his team-mates
in all of the games.
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One of the best open held winners that
ever donned a Red and Black uniform
was an adept at handling passes and a
sure receiver of punts. He played safety-
man on defense because of his ability to
return punts and his reliable tackling.
John Hills leaves us this year and the
school certainly will miss him for he has
proven himself to be an all-around ath-
Capt.-elect. With VValter Smith as cap-
tain, Triadelphia will have a very capable
leader. His work this season on the hue
could not be equalled. He is a hard
fighter and plays until the final Whistle
blows, imparting to his team-mates enough
of his own lighting spirit to carry them
through many a victory.
Playing at tackle. Harold Ross stood
out prominently among our constellation
of grid stars. After a rather slow start
he came up rapidly and showed his ability
to hold down a first team berth.
XVith "Red's" weight and spirit he should
make a name for himself in the coming
year which will be his last at Triadelphia.
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to tarn a lttter put up thc steadiest.
scrappicst game ot any man on the team,
until the Bellaire game in which he sufa
tcrtd a broken collar bone Lp until then
hc ua thc only man who had never been
out ot a game plaxing at end and at half,
his work nas on a par with any man in
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Edward Guenther. although by far the
smallest man to make the team, proved
himself such an adept at grabbing passes
and such a hard tackler 'hat his place at
half could not be denied him. VVith two
more years ahead of him he will no doubt
make a name for himself as he has the
spirit and nerve that it takes to be a
Merle Thompson. at end, was one of
the bright lights of the team. Besides his
flawless work when on the defensive, his
catching of seemingly impossible passes
was the deciding factor in several games.
Merle is a sophomore and will probably
make his debut into the backtield next
year as he has shown considerable apti-
tude at printing and passing and carries
more weight than the average.
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Melvin Kahle played guard on the team
this year. lt was the hrst year that he
ever played football. He surprised every-
body by earning a place on the varsity.
He helped earn many a victory for the
team because of his ability to out charge
all of his opponents, break through and
block punts or tackle the opposing back
behind his own line.
Kahle has one more year to play and
we can expect him to do great things
during the coming season.
Robert Rodgers, another Sophomore
who should attain fame on the gridiron
next season, played a good game at guard
in the early part of the season but never
really found himself until he was shifted
to quarterg from then on he was a won-
der. His line-playing was superb and
his ability for judging the opponent's
plays made him a valuable man. VVith
two more years to play he will probably
be another "Ira Rodgers."
Howard Nickerson held down the cen-
ter job the past season and he certainly
did hold it. Playing his hrst year at foot-
ball. he made a reputation that is envied
by all the followers of the game. He
holds the remarkable record of not hav-
ing made a bad pass. for the entire sea-
son, and on defense his showing against
heavier and more experienced men was
little short ot' marvelous. Howard is a
Sophomore and the school is expecting
great things of him for the coming years.
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it BA KET BALL Q
Basketball began early in january.
There were but three men left from last ycar's squad and Coach
VYolfe had quite a task to develop a winning team,
The girls, however, had but one vacancy to till. that of a guard
position which is left vacant by Peg Stewart, This gap was filled by
Mary VVinters and Ruth Burger.
The girls lost but two games, both of them to VVheeling High, who
were the State Champions. The scores were very close in both games
however, and the girls deserve much credit for the wonderful showing
they made during the season. They did not go to the state tournament
this year as they did in former years. If they had gone they would
have made quite a record for themselves.
The girls lost but two players this year. they being Capt. Beck
who has made a great record for the four years that she played on
the team and her place will be a hard one to fill.
The other is Henrietta Stamp who made her letter this year and
was a very valuable all around substitute.
The boys' team this year was far better than any of the past due
to the efforts of Coach XVolfe. They won 17 games and lost only
seven, this being quite a record.
The boys ranked third at the Tri-State Tourney held at Bethany.
XYith the material left for next season, the prospects are very bright.
Below is the schedule of both the girls' and boys' teams.
Jan. 7-Bellaire ....
jan. 20-Bellaire ....
Jan. 27-Benwood . . .
Jan. 28-VVheeling . .,
Feb. 3-Martins Ferry
Feb. 4-XVest Liberty
Feb. 6-VVarwooc1 . ..
Feb. 10--Linsly ......
Feb. 13'+Cathedral . . .
Feb. 20-Cathedral . . .
Feb. 22-Wlarwood . . .
Mar 3-Union .....
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Girls' All-Star Class Team
This team is named by thc writer after interviewing the coaches oi'
the different teams, The class teams all had good material on them,
and it is quite hard to place all of those wh0 deserve to be on the all-
class team. However, the two teams which have been picked would
be very hard to beat.
li, Booth, jr. ......... .
. . . . Lillian Rempe, Ir
Miss Darrah has been very successful in
coaching the girls' teams in the two seasons that
she has been with us, her teams having' lost
only live games in two seasons. which is quite a
Losing only one regular through graduation,
Miss Darrah should be able to put out a team
that will merit the state championship next year,
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Boys' All-Star Class Team
This team was selected in the following manner:
The coaches of the different class teams each picked a team. They
oi course did not pick any ot their own men on their own teams, and
the players receiving the most votes were placed on the all-star team.
Yotes First Second
3 Ellis, junior .... . . .F. . . . . Shilling, Senior
3 Metcalf, Fresh, . . . .F. . . . . McClelland, Jr.
3 Black, Junior . . . . . .C. . . . . Shambra, Fresh
2 Curtis, Jr, .. ...G. .. ... Lesh, Fresh,
2 Henry, Sr, . .. .G. .. .. . Sloan, Soph,
All Junior High Team
The .lunior High School games attracted quite a bit of attention
and many young basketball stars participated in the games. First
and second teams have been picked according to the views of the
writer. The men are picked on the following merits: Their own in-
dividual playing, their help to their teammates, the sportsman-like
conduct shown by them in all the games in which they played and the
hghting spirit which they displayed,
First Team Second Team
Roy Brown, E. G. ..... . ...... Kruger, E. G.
VVhiteman, Tria. ....... . . .F . . . .lVlauer, Fresh,
McClelland, VVoodsdale . . . . .C . . . ......... Kline, E. G.
Pribble, Fresh, ........ ...G . ........ Stratton, Tria.
Beecroft, F. G. . . . .G . ,... C. XYoods, XYoodsdale
Frasier has been manager of all the
teams this year.
The arrangement of schedules this year
in all the sports were far better than in
previous years, due to the judgment and
ability of Frasier to schedule only the best
teams. "Xams'l as he is known by the
rest of the school graduates this year and
this responsible position is open to anyone
who thinks he can fill it as well as Frasier
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WELLSBURG WINNER OVER TRIADELPHIA
Triadelphia's diminuitive track and field outfit gave the crack
XYellsburg team a scare on the out-the-Pike field on April 22, losing
by the narrow margin of three points. The Red and Black led until
the remaining two events which went to Wellsburg.
Following are the results:
100-yard dash-Potter, T. Hrst 3 VVebb, NV. second. Time 11 seconds.
High jump-Schambra. T. Hrstg Steel, XV. secondg Calderwood, NV.
third. Distance 5 ft. 2 1-4 in.
Mile Run-Gwinn, T. first: XVebb, VV. second: Wfolfe, XV. third.
Time 5 min. 18 1-2 sec.
Pole vault---Potter, T. and Hough, XV. tied for first, Steele, W.
third. 9 ft. 1 1-2 in.
120 yard high hurdle-Schambra, T. firstg Stephens, T. second:
Hough, NY. third. Time 19 1-5 sec.
Shotput-Freidrichs, T. firstg Barnes. YV. secondg Calclerwood,
XY. third. 34 ft. 7 1-2 in.
440 yard dash-VVebb, VV. firstg Stewart, T. secondg Vilest, XV.
third. Time 58 1-2 sec.
Broad jump-Little. XY. firstg Hough, XV. secondg Bycott, T. third.
Time, 27 1-2 sec.
220 yard dash-Hough, VV. firstg Porter, T. second, Little, VV. third.
Time 27 1-2 sec.
Hammer throw-Friederichs, T. first, VVallace, T. second, VValters,
T. third. 74 ft. 10 in.
Javelin throw-Friederichs, T. firstg Calderwood, W. second, By--
cott, T. third. 126 1-2 ft.
220 low hurdle-Bycott, T. first, Hough, VV. second, Stephens, T.
third. 31 sec.
Half mile-VVebb, W. first, Gwinn, T. secondg Stewart, T. third. 4
min. 26 1-2 sec.
Discus throwMBarnes, VV. first, Carr, VV, secondg Calderwood, VV.
1 mile relay-VVellsburg, first, Triadelphia second.
The above events gave VVellsburg the meet at 65-68. This is a fine
showing considering the size and inexperience of the team. No doubt
they will show up well in the meets which have been arranged, namely
the City Meet, Valley Meet and also at Pittsburgh where they will
meet the cream of Pennsylvania schools,
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TRIADELPHIA WINS CITY CHAMPIONSHIP
To the accompaniment of the cheers of their own supporters and
the hoots of their rivals. Triadelphials small but game track team out-
fought, outran. and outscored the highly rated squad representing
XIVheeling. One state record fell beneath the fast moving feet of the
Triadelphia runners. Stewart, the diminutive quarter miler romping
home in 55 seconds 1-5 of a second faster than state time. Captain
Gwinn ran his usually fine mile, while Bycott took high point honors
The summaries are as follows:
100 yard dash-McCuskey, XX'. first: Robinson, XX'. second: Potter,
T. third. Time 11 seconds.
High jump-Schambra, T. first: Ewing, XX'. Robinson, XXI. and
Gwinn, T. tied for second. Height 4 ft. 10 in.
Pole vault-Ewing. XX'. first: Potter, T. second: Stoops, T, third.
Height 8 ft. 9 in.
120 yard high hurdles-Stevens, T. first: Bycott, T. second: Scham-
l-ra. T. third. Time 20 1-5 seconds.
1 mile run-Gwinn. T. first: XX'heeler, XX'. second: Ulrich, XX'. third.
Time 4:58 4-5.
12 lb. shop put-Robinson, XX'. first: Friedrichs. T. second: Thom-
as, XX'. third. Distance 35 ft. 8 in.
220 yard dash-McCuskey. XX'. first: Potter, T. second: XX'allace, T.
third. Time 26 seconds.
Discus throw-Craig, XXI. first: XX'allace, T. second: XX'inchell, XX'.
third. Distance, 68 ft. 1 in.
440 yard dash-Stewart, T. first: McCuskey. XX'. second: Neer, XX'.
third. Time 55 seconds.
12 lb. hammer throw-Friederichs, T. first: XX'allace. T. second:
May. XX'. third. Distance, 79 ft. 4 in.
220 yard low hurdles--Bycott, T. first: Stephens, T. second: Scham-
bra, T. third. Time 28 3-5 seconds.
Broad jump-Bycott, T. first: Brinkman, XX'. second: Mott. XXI. third,
Distance 18 ft. 11 in
Half mile run-Stewart. T. first: Gwinn. T. second: Amos, XXI.
third. Time 2:17 3-5 seconds.
Javelin throw-Craig, XX'. first: Brinkman. XX'. second: XX'allace, T.
third. Distance 109 ft.
Une mile relay-Not run.
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Baseball season opened Wveflnesday, April 12, with XYhee1ing High.
lYheeling eopped the game by quite a good majority of runs.
Saturday, April 14, we inet Moundsville at Moundsville and again
we suffered a set-back due to the inability to take advantage of the
hits by converting them into runs,
On the 19th we met Linsly and we were expected to lose by a large
score, however the game went 12 innings and Linsly won 3-2,
On the 21st we played Martins Ferry and again we were defeated
11-5. The game was featured by the home runs, made by Nickerson
The team is composed of all new material, but Coach Kay expects
to put out a winning combination before the season ends, Triadelphia
is entered in the Inter-City Scholastic League and they expect to rank
among the leaders before the season is over. Those playing on the
team are as follows:
E, Genther ll, Hell li, Yasher
O, Storch H, lfriedrichs C, Guy
ul. Henry ll, Nickerson G, Shilling
bl, Hills Nl, 'llhompson H. Uieekmann
Bl R. KAY
Mr. Kay is baseball coach for this Season. He
has played college and professional circles and
he has had much practical experience.
Although having green material to work with
he has turned out a good team,
ln 'llriadelphia's Hall of Fame there is one whose name deserves
honorable mention. That is Harold f'Spigot" Bycott, our worthy cheer-
leader, He has contributed much in keeping up the spirit and pep
through both victory and defeat, 'llriadelphia High School is indebted
to him for arousing the school spirit of past years,
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Y. W. CLUB
Meetings of the Y. XY. Club were held once a month during' the
year, at either the school or the association building, Some meetings
were of a strictly business nature, others of a social nature, while some
were of the two combined. Several social functions were held during
the year which were described at length in the current numbers. At
Christmas time the club members spent much time doing' Service Work,
Various methods for raising money to send delegates to the summer
conference were carried out. Early in May, a banquet was given by
the three YN'heeling clubs and officers for the coming' year were elected.
We feel that the Y. XY. Club is one of the best clubs we have in
the school because of its worthy purpose.
One of the latest organizations to be formed in our school is the
"T" Club. This club is composed of all men who have made a letter
in any sport. It's object is the advancement of athletics at Triadelpliia
and with the twelve football letter men as a nucleus it should become
a powerful force in the school activities. Besides business matters,
a series of social affairs is being planned and there is no doubt that
an increase in membership will very greatly increase the clubls held of
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The Dramatic Society, although only organized during the year,
has already proven itself to be one of the strong organizations in the
school. This part of our school life should have an important place
and through Miss Vossler's effort and leadership, the organization has
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become a reality.
The purpose of the society is to afford an opportunity to those who
are interested in dramatics to devel-op and enjoy that art.
Being open only to Seniors, it took the place of the Senior Literary
Societies this year, but in other years it will probably include anyone
in school, who has dramatic ability,
Its first public appearance was on "Stunt Night" when "IYhat Rosie
told the Tailor" was favorably presented,
The officers are to be commended for the work they have done
during the year. The following are the officers:
Margaret Mess, President: Florence Keith, Vice-President: Mar-
garet Atkinson, Secretary: Howard Friedricks, Treasurer: Mabel Mc-
Ginnis, Chairman Executive Committee: Miss Vossler, Faculty Ad-
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Girls' Athletic Association was founded in Triadelphia High
School, April 21, 1922, by the members of the Basketball Squad.
The purpose of the club is to develop leadership and the advance-
ment of athletics among girls.
The officers of the association are as follows:
RUTH BURGER ............................ President
VIRGINIA BECK . . . .... Vice-President
MARY VVINTERS . .. ..... Secretary
ANGELA EIKEY ............. , ............. Treasurer
Before any girl can become a member of the club. she will have to
have a certain number of credits in athletics. Two hundred points
will entitle any girl of this High School to the membership.
Points will be awarded as follows:
-Efficiency in regular gymnastic Qto be determined by
Class team for subb.
Efficiency on three pieces of apparatus, tawarded by phys-
-Ten mile hike fconducted by an official hike leaderj.
The girls of this association shall be awarded letters for varsity
teams, and numerals for class teams, It is the hope of the association
that girls, others than the basketball girls, will be wearing Triadel
"T's" and numerals during the coming season.
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In fact, the vivacious singing of. our Girls, Glee Club is hard to
T. D. H. S. ORCHESTRA
The Orchestra was organized five years ago under the direction
of Miss Mcfiranahan and since that time has taken an important place
in school activities, They have played for special school programs,
on class and connnenceinent nights and on many other occasions. ln
fact, wherever we need music. we just call on the orchestra-and they
are always right there.
Perhaps if you have loitered in the halls on lliednesday evenings
after school. you have heard strains of music flowing from the audi-
torium-that's the Orchestra, for they meet there once a week "to
keep practiced up."
Our orchestra is an all-around 'llriadel affair and is really indispensa-
ble when it comes to good music.
GIRLS GLEE CLUB
It has been said that the two prerequisites for a good Girls Glee
Club are good singers and pretty girls, Since Triadel meets both these
requirements, how could the Glee Club help being a success?
The strength and vivacity of the club may be attributed to the
directress-Miss Mcflranahan-for she surely keeps the girls hustling,
as well as singing,
They scored wonderfully well in "The Feast of the Red Corn," an
Indian operetta, which was given in mid-year. And besides singing
on school programs, they have appeared at several public entertain-
ments. The commencement program this year cannot be complete
lst Sopranos :
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THE DEBATING CLUB
Under the efficient aclvisorship of Miss Orr and Mr. Frederick the
debating' club was organized in Fehrnary, '22, which has been a great
success. In the few months of its existence the clnlm memhers have
derived a great deal of help from its meetings. 'llhe memhers have
heen very much interested in the clulfs activities and hy their interest
as well as their work, they have contrihuted much toward its develop-
XYe are especially proud of the very creditalnle showing' made hy
our representative. blames Potter, in the literary contest held at NYheel-
irg, March 31st,
As time goes on we hope the Debating Cluh may increase in mem-
bership and become a still better and more efficient organization than
it is today.
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MTLDRIQIJ BlClili'll'll . .. Treasurer
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To say the least we are proud of the many new improvements made
at 'llriadelphia during the year '21 and '22,
Returning to school Sept. 6th we were delighted with the prepara-
tions being' made to beautify our campusg walks were laid which we
hoped would not rival the grass too greatly.
The commercial department was made more complete by the ad-
dition of new typewriters, during' Oct, Another improvement during
this month was the arrival and installation of new steam tables for
It is needless to say one of the most appreciated and long anticipated
improvements was the addition of a large number of books to our
During this progressive period our athletics have no? suffered but
to the contrary a line new football field and track Held were completed
during the year. Adding greatly to the appearance and pleasing' as-
pects of the school are the fine new roadways about the school,
Uver all these improvements floats our Old Glory.
The Seniors wish that the next years may be as progressive as this
one has been!
Triadelphia High School is the first high school in the State of
West Virginia to receive Royal Certificates for typewriting. It is
also the first high school in this section of the State to receive Under-
wood Medals. Still another honor is bestowed upon us--jessie Cox,
a Senior, is the first high school pupil in the State to be eligible to
membership in the National Association of Credited Typists. Four
students have also been awarded bronze medals-Angela Eikey, Helen
Timblin, Marie Tapper and Robert Blakeg while Jessie Cox received two
bars to add to her medal. Three students, receiving Royal certificates,
are: Lillian Gneiser, Helen Timblin and Angela Eikey.
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Howard Friedrichs had the honor of being elected First Vice-
President of Wheeling District at the Hi-Y Conference held in XVheel-
ing, April 8th and 9th.
The delegates from T. D. H. S. were Mr. King, George Shilling,
Herbert Dieckmann, Frasier Smith, Bushnell Love. Mont Curtis, David
Carle, john Carter, Bernard Mourey, Stewart Brown and Frank Dwin-
The chief purpose of this conference was to organize new Hi-Y
Clubs in schools where they have not already been organized. XN'e
hope to have a Hi-Y Club in our own school soon.
The live literary societies of the Sophomore Class united in pre-
senting for their last program of the year, "The Good Luck Lamp."
a comedy by Hilliard Booth. It was given on the afternoon of May 11
in the High School Auditorium, and was directed by Miss Hervey.
The class had as their guests the teachers and other students of the
The school wishes to thank Mr, and Mrs. Harry McLain for the
specimens they donated to our Biology laboratory. Among the Curios
are a sword fish, a piece of coral, some melted statuary from the Chi-
cago fire, a piece of Italian coin taken from the crater of Mount Vesu-
vius, a piece of a Yucca tree, many rock formations, and relics from
the Civil war. There are also many catalogs from the XYorld,s Colum-
bian Exposition at Chicago. All of the Articles are very much ap-
preciated and will go a long way towards expanding our miniature,
though much cherished museum.
Inter-High School Literary Contest.
Triadelphia participated in the Inter-High School Literary Contest
of the Ohio Valley for the first time this spring. The fact is significant
because the school year, as a whole, has shown marked progress along
literary lines-which is in part due to the two new literary organiza-
tions-the Dramatic Society and the Debating Club.
On March 28th and 30th, the contestants appeared before the
school in chapel, and competent judges of the city awarded the places.
The winners: Harriet Ulrich, for orationg Sam Crone, essayistg Grace
Brooks, extemporaneous speaker, and James Potter, debater. All
showed marked ability along the various lines. These four were sent
to the Wheeling Contest, and while there were no prizes won, we
feel gratified at Triadel's showing this year, and hope that our share
of prizes may be captured next year,
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On November 12th our boys won a beautiful loving cup at the
Bethany Tri State Basketball Tournament. The cup was presented
to the school by Captain Friedrichs and accepted by Mr. King on
behalf of the school. XVe are justly proud of our boys-and the first
trophy which has been won by T. D. H. S.
On March Sth the juniors presented in Chapel "Fun in a Photo-
graph Gallery," a one-act play. lt was full of comedy, and it was
seemingly enjoyed by all.
On March 12th, Mr, Allen McKee, a graduate of T, D. H. S., now
attending W. V. U., spoke to the.Seni,ors in their. home-room, telling
of the many advantages of our own State University. At a later date
President Trotter of the University also gave us an inspiring talk on
the same subject.
At Chapel on Tuesday, March 21st, the Sophomores gave us a
very pleasing program consisting of music and reading,
The Dramatic Society has been giving a series of one-act plays in
the Senior English classes. As yet not a Fritz Leiber or a Mary
Pickford has been found.
This year Triadelphia bids good-bye to her "War Class." The
Seniors express little delight in leaving Triadel, VVQ only regret that
we did not do our tasks just a little better than we did.
Mr. King warns us frequently to keep off the grass-at last he
told us to get off the earth. We are wondering just where we are
expected to go?
On the nights of April 6, 7, Triadelphia presented the annual pro-
gram of hstuntsf' Every class and various organizations were pre-
sented, showing some very creditable works,
During intermissions the Senior girls, aided by the juniors, sold
Candy for the benefit of the Athletic Fund, for which purpose they
realized about 347. The proceeds of Stunt Night amounted to about
Thursday, April 27, the school was honored by having six Civil war
veterans as visitors. The occasion was the 100th birthday anniversary
of General U. S. Grant. An impromptu assembly was called and Mr.
Robinson, commander of the West Virginia forces, gave a very inter--
esting talk. The ovations of the student body gave evidence of their
hearty welcome among us.
One remarkable example of the efficiency of the class of '22 was
the staff meeting on April 6th, Despite the lovely weather and Miss
Vossler's absence, everybody arrived on time, made some final ar-
rangements and quietly dispersed--until the next time!
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April 12th was Senior day in Chapel, The program consisted of
music and story-telling. The story tellers were Helen Timblin, Cather-
ine Beck and Herbert Dieckmann. All the stories were inteiesting and
'very well told. Edith Gwinn sang a beautiful solo.
VVe admit bobbed hair looks nice on some people, but as almost
everybody is trying it, T. D. H. S. is not the only witness to this
popular fad. Almost one-third of our girls own bobbed heads. There
is a saying to keep what you have and ask for more, so to you of the
long hair, keep it!
Bob Tyler was a visitor at school April 19.
The c'ass of '22 elected two representatives for class speakers, Mil-
dred Bickett and Howard Bell. It is assured they will do credit to
The Sewing II girls held a Fashion show! Many and brilliant were
the new spring fashions displayed. Many of the designs and color
schemes were original, showing very creditable work on the part of
Professor McGinnis of Uvest Liberty Normal gave us a very in-
teresting and valuable talk on "How to Behavef, in chapel April 25.
His talk impressed us very favorably and good results are looked for.
Mr. King announced at Chapel XYednesday. April 12, that the
Freshmen having four credits at the end cf the year would receive
Certificates of Attainment which are given at the completion of the
junior High School work. These will be awarded at two o'clock
Thursday, May 25, in the Auditorium. The speakers selected from
their members for the program on that occasion are: Mary Casey,
Ella Kate VVemple, Margaret Levy, Stewart Brown. Ralph Miller and
It isn't the smile that's bewitching,
Nor the smile that is forced and slow,
But just the smile that goes along
VVherever its owner may go.
It isn't the smile of the vamp,
Nor the smile that you see on the stage,
But just the smile tha-t is always there,
Whatever may be the age.
It's just the smile that is always there,
Wherever its owner may be,
That's the kind of a smile you likeg
It wins its way you see.
G. B., '22
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The many friends of Clifford Cox, '16. will be pleased to learn of
his marriage to Miss Lillian Hogue on March 11th, 1922, The nup-
tial service was solemnized by Rev, XV E. Lowther at the parsonagc
of the Methodist Episcopal church in Morgantown, Mr, Cox is a
student at West Virginia University. The Triadelphian extends best
wishes to the happy couple.
Mary Grace Linton, '21, is recovering from an operation for ap-
lvendicitis which she underwent March 14th,
Frank XVaterhouse, '20, has recently been elected a member of the
Mandolin Club of Cornell.
Florence Mcliee, '19, is teaching at XVarwood.
Samuel Kittle, '17, is holding an im ortant ,osition with the First
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National Bank of Elm Grove.
Herbert Olmstead, a member of the class 01 '21, has stepped into
College athletics at 1Yest Virginia University, He has won a place
on the varsity tennis team, having gone as far as the final round in
the tennis tournament which was recently held in Morgantown,
Mildred Keith, '20, and Otilia Schupbart, '21, were visitors at school
Many of our Alumni were home from various schools for a spring
vacation. Among those were Emily 1Veimer, '21, Virginia Sweeney,
'21, .lane Cox, '21, Helen Kimmins, '18, Virginia Seabright, '21, George
McKown, '21, Robert Miller, '21, Charles XVadclell, '20, Robert Brown,
'20, john Brown, '21 and Edward Freclrichs, '2l.
'Word has been received that Eugene Poe, '20, is a member of the
1Vabash Baseball squad. Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana.
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OCTOBER 10, 1921
The First party of the school year was given by the Y. VV. C. A.
Club and proved very successful as its main purpose was to secure
new members and get started in a general way. The enthusiasm and
inspiration of that occasion has been manifested throughout the year.
OCTOBER 29, 1921
As has been the custom in the past, the Seniors entertained the
juniors with a masquerade party. VVe are quite sure the guests had
a delightful time. As an interesting' program had been arranged in
which mystery and wierd dress held a prominent place. the occasion
was most enjoyable throughout.
NOVEMBER 16, 1921
On this date the former teachers of the school enter tained the new
members of the faculty with a dinner, You know the teachers can
make a lot of noise and have a general good time just as well as
students-and especially when it's their own party, The dinner was
sumptuous and a pleasant social evening was enjoyed by all.
of the year was the football
present and we'll take their
had a great time. After a
One of the out-standing social events
banquetg all members of the squad were
word for it when the fellows said they
delicious menu, interesting toasts were given, Captain Friedrichs act-
ing as toastmaster. The main feature of the evening was the pre-
sentation of very handsome sweaters to twelve of our foremost ath-
letes. The boys appreciated them very much of course. and have en-
joyed wearing them all winter.
VValter Smith was elected captain for the coming year.
DECEMBER 28, 1921
Wfe are glad to see that the Alumni association is an active organ-
ization. On the above date an Alumni masquerade was given at T. D.
H. S. and was much enjoyed by all present. After the party a short
business meeting was held during which the officers for the new year
were elected. '
JANUARY 14, 1922
On january 14 the Sophomores gave a very "peppy'l party in the
Gym. By all reports everyone had a line time and they also had de-
licious refreshments. XYe are quite sure that if the "Sophs" keep up
this social spirit they shall enjoy their high school days to their full-
MARCH 17, 1922.
Ruth Berger entertained both girls, and boys' basketball squads
with a lovely party in her home at Edgewood,
Everyone had a wonderful time, and Ruth certainly proved her-
self to be a charming hostess. Dancing was the main diversion.
"B" Kelly and Coach XYolfe entertained the company with some
very clever dances.
At a late hour a delicious lunch was served which was enjoyed
immensely by all.
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MARCH 31, 1922
The second year Domestic Science girls displayed their talent in
the Art of-Cooking, when they served a most delicious dinner to the
Mr. S. N. Baird, President of Board of Education.
Mr. S. H. Reynolds, Member Board of Education.
Mr. Henry Stein, Member Board of Education,
Mr. J, H. Lazear, County Superintendent of Schools.
Mr. S. S. Jacobs, District Superintendent of Schools,
Mr. P. E. King, High School Principal.
MARCH 17, 1922.
Our babies lFreshiesl gave a very nice "green" party and they
all had a lovely 'lgreenn time. Delicious refreshments were served and
the children departed at a rather late hour after having had a good
time-bless their little hearts.
ln the Domestic Science dining room the Freshmen Cooking class
enjoyed a most delicious breakfast which they prepared for them-
selves on Tuesday, April 18, at 9:30 o'clock. There are nineteen in
Cream of XYheat Puffy Omelet
MARCH 21, 1922.
Another delightful basketball party was given on March 21 by
Catherine and Virginia Beck, for the girls' squad,
The girls had a most delightful time-you know boys aren't the
only essential at a party, as this very plainly showed, Various games
were played along with dancing which was the chief diversion.
A delicious lunch, served at a late hour, added much enjoyment
to the party. The table was decorated in Red and Black, our good
school colors having been tastefully carried out in every detail of the
decorations. The girls were very much thrilled when they were pre-
sented with small red basketballs as souvenirs of the occasion,
The girls' squad is being much appreciated for their efforts and
full spirit during the season.
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The teachers, who are new this year at T. D. H. S., entertained
the rest of the faculty in the library of the school on the evening
of March 24.
It was a "kid', party and those present not only looked but acted
the parts. Everybody was there from the little girl who was an
orphan and "didn't have nobody" to tell her not to wear a red ribbon
on her red hair, to the little boy who brought his bag of candy with
him because it was so long till refreshments, By keeping them in
circulation he had enough lollipops to go around. The little guests
entered merrily into such games as "farmer in the dell," "three deepf'
and "cat and rat," finishing up out in the hall with 'fprisoner's base,"
x '1.' hich nearly finished up some of them,
Refreshments which appealed to both the becurled and the short
trousered elements consisted of orange ice, cake, stick candy and pink
lemonade, Crackers containing paper caps sent the children home
Y. W. C. A. CLUB BANQUET
The annual banquet of the Tri-High Y. XY, C, A, Club was held
April 28th, The faculty and student body were well represented by
The theme for the evening was "Friendship," Bertha M. Dwinnell
was toastmistress, The Principal and a representative from each
school gave toasts pertaining to the theme.
Clarke Fulton lands place on XY. 8: J. tennis team, Clarke was a
former Triadelphia student and played on the football and baseball
teams while in school. He was one of the best ball players that ever
wore a Triadelphia uniform. He was a member of the championship
team of 1920. We are glad to hear that he is making good,
APRIL 30, 1922
The Glee Club held their annual party in the gym and it was
quite a picturesque affair as the guests were in unique costumes. Every
girl brought something good to eat and with the entertainment pro-
vided by the committee it proved a big success.
The most important society event of the year is the Junior-Senior
Banquet. The affairs was quite elaborate, with profuse floral decora-
itons, place cards, and favors, The whole color scheme was carried
out in green and gold, the Senior class colors.
Miss Andrews was the class counsellor, and Miss P. Smith arranged
Altogether the occasion was most enjoyable and much appreciated
by the honor guests, the class of '22,
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Mr, Charles NVOo4lruff. Principzil Mr. lf. XY. Clittings. l'rinci
Miss Ethel McCnslcey Miss Lillian hlacolis
VVilma Britt Miss Alice Bcyiner
Miss Ora McCnskCy Miss linnna Xlilkinson
Miss Kathleen Flannigan Miss linnna Allen
Miss Dorothy Atkinson Miss Geraldine liearclsly
Mi55 Henrietta Linton Miss Oiive Parking
Mr. F. B. Maupin. Principal
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THE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Practically everyone will agree in this day and age that education
is a necessity. A person who has not only had all of the studies re-
quired by the eight grades but also those offered by a high school edu-
cation has a better chance to succeed in life than one who has not.
The State Board of Education has found that large numbers of
boys and girls leave school after the completion of the eight grades
and investigation has shown that the older boys and girls lose interest
and become dissatisfied at being grouped with children of six and
seven years of ageg and als-o, that much of the work given there is in-
A grouping by a method known as the "six three-three" plan has
proven effective in holding boys and girls during the high school age.
The six-three-three plan provides that the first six grades shall be
grouped together, the seventh and eighth grades and first year in the
high school shall be grouped together, forming the juni-or High school..
leaving the Sophomore, junior and Senior years to form the Senior
ln 1913 Triadelphia District started this movement by grouping
the seventh and eighth grades and introducing departmental work.
This provides that the teachers shall be specialized in -one certain sub-
ject rather than that one instructor shall teach all subjects.
In 1920 the Board of Education reorganized the schools and estab-
lished a regular junior High providing, however. that the third year
be completed in the Senior High on account of the lack of room and
equipment at the present time.
The first graduation from the junior to the Senior High School
was held May 25, 1922, at 2 p. ni., in the High School Auditorium.
TRIADELPHIA SCHOOL NOTES
Qjane Seabright and Laura Caroline Bickectj
Field day has been very successful this year. The pupils did very
well in the hop-step-and-jump, 50-yard dash, basketball throw and the
running broad jump. The practices were enjoyed by those taking part
and much interest was shown.
On Parents' Day, May Sth, the pupils of 7th and 8th grades drama-
tized four scenes from Hiawatha. lt was very well presented and the
chief characters were:
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Nokomis ..... ...... ....................... j a ne Seabright
Minnehaha . . . .... Catherine Nauman
Iagoo ...... ......., .I ohn Burdett
Kwasind . . . ...... Carl Hamrick
Chibiabas .......... ........ ....... ..... R e u ben Stratten
Paupukeewis ........................................ Earl White
Brave Squaws-J. Stiles, E. Linton, H. Moore, E. Nauinann, G, Creigh-
ton, M. Keller. j. Gantezen. G. Barnes, A. Vlfhipkey, L. Bickett.
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The Banking System has been a great success at Triadelphia. The
7th and Sth grades have had the highest percentage nearly every week.
Being the tirst in the district to get 100 percentage were permitted to
send their picture to Mr. Jacobs office, New York and VVashington,
The pupils going out of eighth grade are: Gayl Barnes, Clara
Bennet, Ruth Burkle, Mary Clarke, Gail Delany, Elizabeth Linton,
Ella Naumann, Mary Rauscherberg, jane Seabright, Mildred Yeago,
james Stiles, Ensel Shaw, Howard Moore, joseph Kayuha, john Bur-
dett, Matthew Benner.
The boys' and girls' teams enjoyed the basketball season very much
this year and liked the new arrangement of playing all games on the
High School floor. The season was closed with the annual basketball
party held at "SU Bridge school on April 4th,
The evening was spent in playing games which were enjoyed by
all, while delicious refreshments were served,
All the pupils are taking much interest in the Palmer Method Xlirit-
ing. Two pupils have already received their Students Certificate and
17 others hope to receive them, seven of them being eighth graders.
There are also four girls trying for their High School Certificates,
The seventh and eighth grade chorus has enjoyed the Hallis Dann
jr. High songs very much this year and have progressed much undei
the supervision of Miss McG-ranahan, The boys especially are to be
commended on the good work they have done. Several songs practiced
during the year were used in the program for Parents' Day.
ELM GROVE JUNIOR HIGH
The enrollment of Elm Grove junior High has seen an increase
over all preceding school years during the term of 1921-1922. Next
year will find us still stronger in numbers. The total enrollment is
ln the eighth grade there are about sixty boys and girls who are
expecting to enter the ninth year at the beginning of September.
Probably the biggest treat we have had this year is a series of
visits Mr. Jacob has made our school and with him he has brought
his motion picture machine and his wonderful collection of pictures
of commercial, industry, historical places, and the world's most beauti-
Mr. Jacob gives us an enlightening and interesting talk with the
showing of each picture. VVe certainly have appreciated your doing
this for us, Mr. Jacob.
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Ever since the representative from The School Savings Club spoke
to us and instigated a club in our school, every Tuesday morning we
have faithfully deposited our money until now, at the closing month
of school, we have on deposit, accredited to Elm Grove Junior High
School, a sum of about 3275.00 NVe feel that this is a good thing
and the habit of being thrifty is probably one of the most profitable
ones we could form during our youth.
The boys and girls of the Elm Grove junior High have, so far this
year, put on two pay programs
The iirst of these was given in our Auditorium, December 2, 1921.
The purpose of this program was to establish in our school a Kitchen
Cafeteria for the benefit and convenience of those pupils who daily
bring their lunches. With the boast that our entertainment enabled
us to give it, our cafeteria sailed through itls first year with flying
The second pay program was given February 22, 1922. Our incentive
for making this program a triumph over all previous ones, was to
purchase for our gymnasium a Swedish Boom. The receipts for this
evening were sufiicient for us to obtain this valuable piece of apparatus,
which has been at our command for over a month, VVe have all de-
rived much benefit and pleasure from it and have not for a second's
time regretted the effort put forth to obtain it,
Parents' Day was observed in all the schools throughout Triadelphia
District, Friday, May 5, 1922.
At Elm Grove Junior High we presented a program in our audi-
torium, open to all parents interested in seeing the work that has been
accomplished by the pupils and teachers during the school term of
1921-22. The program consisted of a play given by the eighth grade
boys and girls. This plan has just been adopted this year. There were
also a few musical numbers and some selections given by the seventh
After the program the rooms were thrown open to the public. In
each room there was an exhibit of the work for each subject. One
room was given over entirely for the display of domestic science ana
- Athletics '
Qaj NVe feel right well satisfied with the results of our basketball
All games were played in the Gymnasium of Triadelphia High
School, at four thirty, on Friday afternoons.
Elm Grove Junior High boys took first place and the girls second
place in the Triadelphia District Public Schools' Athletic League.
The contesting teams were: Elm Grove Junior High, VVoodsdale
junior High, Triadelphia Public School and Ninth Year team.
Qbj Since we have a perfectly good baseball diamond in front oi
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during their Physical Ed. period, a series of baseball games, These
games are certainly looked forward to with no little amount of en-
thusiasm. Some of our girls would actually surprise you.
WOODSDALE JUNIOR HIGH NOTES
The Girls, and Boys' teams of VVoodsdale Junior High held their
banquet on the evening of March 3'0th, at the school building.
The banquet was prepared and served by the VVoodsdale teachers.
The color scheme was red and black, the table being beautifully
decorated with red tulips and carnations.
The menu consisted of baked ham, scalloped potatoes, creamed peas.
fruit salad, bread, butter, jelly, ice cream, cake, salted peanuts and
At the close of the banquet short speeches were made by the coach,
Miss VVilkinson, and the two captains, Catherine Rempe and VVilliam
Gladys McGinnis and NVilliam McClelland were awarded the sec-
ond year letters and the letter "VV" was awarded to the following:
.Iane Arbenz, Jane Burruss, Louise Carter, Bertha Handlan, Mary
Rempe, Catherine Rempe, Agnes Sayre, Helen Ungerleider, Kent Booth.
VVilliam Csurilla, Charles Hart, XYilliam Hercules, Birney McClaskey.
Elwood Thonen and Charles Wood.
The rest of the evening was spent in playing games much enjoyed
For the Parent's Day program a minstrel show was given. In
preparation for these events a new stage had been erected in the study
hall, equipped with electric lights and elegant old rose curtains.
Some improvements have been added to the equipment of the
IYoodsdale junior High during the past year. A ladder and a swing-
ing boom had been purchased as a start in Htting out the new gym-
nasium which we hope to have in the near future.
A minstrel show will be given by XYoodsdale junior High for the
Parents' Day program. All the pupils will make up the chorus while
the star performers will be the following: Girls. VVilma J. Cunning-
ham, Letitia Daley, Jane Arbenz, Bertha I-fandlan, Virginia Ransom,
Helen Ungerleider, Nan Stewart, Miriam Stein. Boys, VVilliam Mc-
Culla, George Kraatz, Fredrick VX'eimer, Ralph Isaly. Charles Hart,
julian Ulrich and Williani McClelland as interlocutor.
The boys' and girls, glee clubs of the VVoodsdale Junior High have
been very active during the year. Near the close of school they are
planning to have an all-day hike and picnic.
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"Twilight Alley" was the title of a clever operetta, presented by
a cast composed of members of the girls' and boys' Glee clubs of the
Wfoodsdale Junior High at the school building on the evenings of
April 24 and 25. Dealing with the lives of the children of the East
Side tenements of New York City, the plot of the operetta portrayed
the bringing of sunshine into the lives of the little gamins through
the working of charity and ambition.
Misses Helen Clarke, XYilma I. Cunningham and .lane Potter sang
the solo parts in splendid fashion and were excellently supported by
the rest of the cast. The mixed chorus formed by the entire cast, was
well balanced and the efforts of the young singers were rewarded time
after time with applause from a large enthusiastic audience,
The basketball teams of the XYoodsdale junior High School closed a
successful season March 3, 1922.
The girls' team won 9 out of 9 games. The boys did not have
quite as successful a season as they only won 5 out of 9 games.
The games lost were three to the champions and one to the Fresh-
men boys. Both teams played an extra game outside of the district,
but managed to give the Fulton teams quite a setback, The girls'
score was large, 21-3. The boys' score was 21-17.
All the games were played at T. D. H. S. except the ones with
The standing of each team was good. The girls stood lirst in their
league, and the boys second in theirs.
The summary of the games was as follows:
NVds. UpIi.XYcls. Opp.
9 High School 3 14 Triadelphia 3
19 Elm Grove 1 8 High School 10
10 Triadelphia o 3 Elm Grove 7
5 High School 5 23 Triadelphia 1
19 Elm Grove 18 9 High School 4
9 Triadelphia 4 13 Elm Grove 16
10 High School 7 17 Triadelphia 4
12 Elm Grove 2 9 High School 7
4 Triadelphia 5 5 Elm Grove 10
97 Totals 47 101 Totals 62
XYILLTA M K ICCLELLAND
He ftalking to shej-"Yes. walking is my middle name.',
She-als that what the XY. stands for?"
She-"VVell, beat it, then."
Darky Sam to his father who was buying him a new suit: UAW
no Pa, don' get black, no one will notice the suit at all."
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6-Exhibition of Jaddles. lust a Jolite way of ffreetino' the new
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8-The l7reshie's do ask the most questions!
13-Safely embarked-classes begin in earnest.
16-We practice Q42-OJ with Flushing, O.
16-The Seniors elect their class officers, l-lerb. D.. President,
Z6-Triadelphian staff elected.
23-Fire inspector is a visitor, Cool heads and a fire proof building
make fire drills useless!
8-Visitors are always treated politely, Vive heat Cameron but al-
lowed the score to be 6-0,
ll-Our first report cards came out.
13-Miss XYilliams gave a very interesting demonstration of Jello.
15-Mannington carries home the spoils 42-O,
25-First chapel song service of the year.
25-The model Senior Class completing last details for the masquer-
ade party-according to Htraclitionsf'
28-A Freshman remarked he was getting ahead. We hope he'll get
one some day.
28-Foch Day, 'l', D, H, S, gave to the fund 34455,
29AThe Senior-Junior Party. Exciting? Good time? Ask the
1-Savings Club organized.
5-XYho said we couldn't play football? Ask Moundsville, Score 6-0.
S-Have you made your bow to society yet? The orchestra made
7-12-Better Speech Week, XYonclerful improvements if you just no-
9-XYantecl: Paper with three sides, no questions need be copied!
ll-The first 'l'riadelphian appears!
11-Armistice Day. Bronze Memorial tablet presented by Boy Scouts.
11-"Rooters" rooted in mud and cheering is deafening, Linsly won
the game, however.
14-Our long expected pictures arrive-after a year's sojourn in un-
known parts-from Elson Company.
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l5-Study hall quiet one minute after bell rings. Clocks stopped.
16-First number of Lyceum Course. Mr. Pitt Parker, the cartoonist,
talks and 'fchalksf' 4
17-Everybody busy-not an idle person UQ
23-Vacation one day nearer.
25-Vacation arrives on time. It is Thanksgiving, Tie with XYar-
wood 0-O, football. '
30-Classes resume-but oh! ye lessons!
l-Basketball season opens-practice,
5-Senior girls visit ten cent store-beautiful earrings are the result.
8-First basketball game of the season. Faculty downed to the
tune of 32-8 by US.
9-A line operetta, f'The Feast of the Red Corn," presented by our
13-The day is not like the date. One wonderful football banquet!
Presentation of letters to twelve men.
14-XYho would think it? It is true that we have a Rudolph Valen-
tino in our 1nidst! Guess who?
l6-A little tryout game with XYest Liberty. They lose 35-23,
l9--Seen strolling down the hall, one mouse. Ow-w-w-w!
Z0-Midge forgot her powder puff. Miserable day!
puff. Miserable day!
21-Christmas again with its good cheer. A Christmas tree. Presents
for all. Our present to the Near East Relief Fund was 312400.
3-Once more we don thinking QU Caps.
9-Tomorrow we'll be richg the tenth has arrived, no discount QFD.
13-The thirteenth belied its name: T. D, H. S. enjoyed a mighty
fine lunch given by Heinz Company,
13-Linsly defeated us again.
15-Class basketball practice begins in earnest.
17-B-z-z-z-z-z. The B's sting their owners and Bellaire hands over
26-And still they question us. QTests againj.
27-Mr. Dunlap informs us that he doesn't speak shorthand,
28-Don't fret, children, we'll beat Wheeling yet.
30-New semester. Sixteen weeks from now welll have nothing to
31-Rev, R. E. Strider addressed us in chapel.
cl-Peace reigns. Robert is absent.
31-Visitors are plentiful-especially dogs!
1-First signs of graduation. Senior pictures taken,
2-Seniors "dawn', jewelryg class rings and pins arrive.
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pany renders a fine program.
3-Martins Ferry boys and girls defeated, Another feather in our
4-Freshmen party postponed till March 17. VERY appropriate!
4-Our tossers play VYest Liberty-the score was 21-20.
6-Two more Junior lasses, Blanch and Sara, sever their golden locks,
7-Mr. Harvey as our speaker at chapel.
10-Time turned back in its flightg the Seniors made darling babies
Today is Senior Baby Day!
15-Senior girls met and decided not to tell their ages except to those
who have lock-jaw!
22-Under classmen looked worse than usual and had their "pitchers"
taken in groups!
22-Mr. C. E. Carrigan addressed us in chapel,
25-Linsly vs. Triadelphia. Honors to Linsly.
25-We were surprised and very much delighted with the Orphens
Four-the third number of our Lyceum Course.
27-Benefit night. S135 realized. Inter-class championship won by
the junior lads and Sophomore lassies,
2-Kicks and brags. Report cards!
4-Last basketball game of season, XVe made lYheeling move a
trifle to win these games.
8-A lot of wonderful new books for our library arrive,
8-Juniors present "Fun in a Photograph Gallery" in Chapel,
10-Dr. Trotter of VV. V. U. speaks to the Seniors.
13-T. D. H. S. is presented with its hrst trophy won by our basket-
ball team at the Bethany Tri-State Tournament.
13-Students addressed by Rev. John Steele,
13-Allan McKee tells the Seniors the advantages of XV V. U.
14-Freshmen give us a very good imitation of their classroom work
15-For the Hrst time we all moved simultaneously-all out, but not
kicked out-merely a fire drill.
17-Freshmen Party. Very green and 4'nice" we are told.
21-Sophomores make their appearance at Chapel.
23-Goloshes have passed out of style-or maybe its the weather.
28-30-T. D. H. S. holds contests for the VV. Va. State Literary Con-
1-Many fools disclosed-but none about school. tSaturday.l
3-Fritz E. decided to visit us again.
5-Triadelphian Staff pictures taken.
6-7-Stunt Night! Something of a success if we do say it ourselves.
tDid you see the shiekess?j
7-Junior Triadelphian comes out.-Fine!
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12-18-Tryouts for the Class Play.
18-No chapel. VVe're gettin' too sanctimonius.
18-Cast for play announced!
19-NVe lose to Linsly. Score 3-2.
20-Glee Club girls make line looking boys at their party.
21-Seniors make wonderful grades on their last tests.
22-Track meet with XVellsburg.
24-VVork piled "high as the sky" for the Seniors.
25-Miss Vossler entertains. open house. all who have book reports
to make are invited.
25-Professor McGinnis speaks in chapel.
26-Guess what happened? QNothing?j
27-XYell, that's wrong, guess again.
28-Triadclphian goes to press.
2-Shilling gets his periods mixed. 'Smatter? In love?
3-Shadyside vs. T. D. H. S.
8-Looked like rain and thunder all day.
9-Louie irritates Mr. Fredericks, Mr, Fredericks irritates Louie,
12-Linsly at T. D. H. S.
11-Sophomore play, 4 :OO p. m.
23-Class Play. Seniors.
24-junior High promotion exercises,
26AClass Day QA. MJ
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The lilac and beecher buds had just begun to burst,
A myriad of spring flowers had blossomed forth their first,
The warm balmy sunbeams had tinted the hrst spring days,
And soft-throated harbingers caroled on maple sprays,
In the beauty of her sweet young life, it seemed nnmeet to go,
I-Sut God had need of her, as His sweetest blessings show.
VVe have thoughts of her in the twilight here,
Of one whom we loved-of her smile so dear,
And the kind innocent heart, and the pure, sweet face,
That God had endowed with an angel's grace.
She is gone but the memory of her piety and truth,
Lingers on, sad hearts to comfort, bitter tears to soothe.
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"No, not all, the Geometry teachers aren't."
"What are they?"
Miss Crr ttalking on teniperancej-"If l lead a donkey up to a
il of water and to a pail of beer, which will he choose to drink ?"
Bright student-"The water."
Miss O.-"Yes, and why?"
Bright Student-'KBecause he's an assf'
Eleanor M.-"You never think of your footwear do you?"
Mont C.-"No, that's the farthest thing from my mind."
Hills Qseeing Coach walking down streetj-"XYhere are you all
Coach Qlooking around hinij-"lYhere is the rest of us?"
Triadelphian staff-awe need money! Somebody must cough up."
Students-"Alas sire! The coffers are empty."
Iiggs-"I used to be a diamond cutter."
Carl B.-4'That so?"
'liggs-"Yep, caretaker at the ballpark."
Unconscious Bycott-"Gee the teachers are funnyfl
T. Blocli--"XWell never mind, they don't mean to be."
Miss Bell texplaining about areas and periinetersj- "If l walked
over a square 2 miles on a side would I have square feet?
Bright Student-UNO, you would have flat feetf,
Mr. King Qin teachers meetingj-"1 have just ordered 120 books
'Good Manners' for the English teachers."
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John Henry-"I dreamt that I died last nightf'
E. johnson--"NVhat woke you up?"
J. H.-"The heat."
Gwinn Qtalking about trackj-"Ma11y's the time I've been so tired
that I couldn't run another step."
F. Keith-"And still you sped on?"
Gwinn-"No, I sat down and rested."
Miss Orr-"VVho made Paris green?"
George Shilling-"Helen of Troy."
Clarke I-I.-"Do you shave up or down?"
C. H.--"It looks like down."
Mr. King-"Young man, you're running amuckf'
F. Smith-"No sir, this is a Willis Knight."
Miss Vossler-"Now, do you see the point of this sentence."
Grace B.-"Yes, that is the little, black round dot at the end."
Jane R.-"Basketball is a deadly game."
Mary E.-f'VVhat makes you think so?"
J. R.-HI was watching a game the other night and one of the
players shouted to another, 'Shoot yourselfl' "
B. Love-"Why the absent look?"
Mr, Gifhn-"Oh, I'm looking for someone who isn't here."
H. Ulrich--"XN'hat flat do you play in?"
Mont C.-"Oh, any flat if I have the key."
Miss Meredith-"Elle avoit une jolie figure rondef'
Class fin unisonj-'4Ha, Ha, Ha."
Miss M.-Zero for everybody. 'Figure' means face."
Miss Orr-Where did the Pope go after his kingdom was divided?"
Miss Smith-"VVho do you think does the most for the morals of
the American youth today?"
Stump-'fThe editor of the La Vie Parisienne. He still has the
magazine printed in French."
Raving Father Bycott-"How is it that you spend your allowance
so fast ?"
Little Harold-"I'm helping out these poor Eskimos by buying
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I THE LEADING PAPER
T MM, lnterest Pzlicl on Savings Accounts A of the Ohio ylalley
I uarter Savings
I and Trust Co. I
I Market and 16th Streets I
I WHEELINQQQ W. VA. l BCSI 511011 PElgf?S BOtl1
I In the Center ofthe City I and Sunday
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T I WHEN YOU WANT THE VERY BEST
2 - I GOODS AT THE LOWEST
I L. I POSSIBLE PRICES
1 Flour, Feed, Seed C O S
I . ome to ur . tore
I Hardware, Roofmg and
: House Palms WALTER THOMAS
I PHONE WOODSDALE 208 i
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I Feed, Coal, Auto Accessories
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I VALLEY GROVE. W. VA.
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2 of the class will be at
1 tired in a pair of Alexan-
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I 1049 MAIN ST.
A Delight to Serve
That Carries Good
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Buch and Donovan
i llfor. Edginglon Lane 8: National Roadh
g Eastman Kodak Agency-Representfb
I tives R. E. Squibb Xa S0115-Wlllllllilll
I FOR PUHITY, ACCITRACY, SERVICE
Ulm stead Bros. Co.
5 l-106-08 Main Street
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W. A. Driellorst Co.
Fine Table Delicacies
Wvlleeling, West Va.
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1223 Market St. Wheeling, W. Ya
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Drugs and Medicines
Prescriptions a Specialty
Toilet and Rubber Goods
Harry L. Blayney
State Bank Building
ELM GROVE, W. VA.
Even Though You're
Still ln School
It is not too early tn
begin thinking about
Howard Hazlett Sr Son
Wheeling Steel Building
WHEELINC, WEST VIRGINIA
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Has the Only High Class Closed Cars
For Operas, Parties, Weddings and
Funerals in the Ohio Valley.
Woodsclale, WHEELING, W. VA.
DR. R. A. WALTER
Over Grier's Drug Store
Elm Grove, WHEELINC, W. VA.
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Marmon Wheeling Co.
National Road, Glenwood
Wootlsdale 616. WHEELING
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We will leave it to you to suggest that
graduation gifts come from here, for
no other reason than that quality
and novelty rank higher here
GEO. R. TAYLOR CO.
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Hazlett and Company
New location Cor. Main and 12th Sis,
Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
Wheeling Stock Exchange
New York Curb Ass'n.
Weilller Packing C0
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AFORT HENRY MEATS
No. 1033 Main Street
WHEELING, W. VA.
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ANY NEW BUSINESS
no matter how small. must he 'Qfinaneed."
There must he enough money not merely to
start the business hut also to tide it over the lean i
and profitless days which mark the beginning of Us
most undertakings. Q
Be prepared with sullieient Cash-dsave the
money in the Savings Department of the Wheel-
ing Bank and Trust Company and get 4 per cent
compound interest on it.
AND TRUST CO.
Q MARKET AT TWELFTH
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Oldest Bank in West Virginia
Has Transacted Business Every Business Day
Since lts Organization
BANK WITH US
The National Bank of West Va. at Wheeling
Wheeling, West Virginia
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Because They Are Pure
BEN F. ROTH
Hay, Grain and Mill Feed
BARB WIRE, LIME, CEMENT, SALT,
ROOFING AND ROOFING PAINT
Elm Grove, WHEELING, W. VA.
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WHEELING STAMPING COMPANY
Shoes and Rubbers
The Car of Strength
Jason C. Stamp
1211 Main Street Wheeling, W. Va.
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Pittsburgh-Wheeling Coal Company
130 Edgwood St., Wheeling, W. Va.
Producers and Marketers of Pittsburgh No. 3 Coal
Wholesale and Retail
Clean-R. M. Nut and Slack Coals
W e deliver
PHONE WOODSDALE 463
Quality and Service
THE HOME OF GOOD EATS
Wagncr's General Store
TRIADELPHIA, W. VA.
Established 37 years
Good Grocer Is Your Best Guarantee
HSay It With Flowersu
John Hellstern Sl Son
Phone 364 Wooxlsclale
Watch the Black Bags Go By
Allen 8: Hunter
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SHIELDS and PHILIPPS
329 National Road, Elm Grove, Wheeling, W. Va.
Pure Fresh Drugs: Accuracy In Compounding
Eastman Kodak Agency
Rexall 81 Nyal Agency
Full Line of School Supplies
"We're in business for Your Health"
Ford Delivery Service
PAUL H. SHIELDS
MDO It Electricallyw
GEE ELECTRIC CO.
l-ith and Main Streets
GEORGE J. PHILIPPS
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NEW YoRK STOCK EXCHANGE
WHEELINC sToCK EXCHANGE
NEW YORK CURB MARKET
Direct Private Wires
1300 Market Street Phone 1993
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Elm Grove Motor Co.
66011 the National Roadi'
Sales and Service
AND FORDSON DEALERS
Cars, Trucks anfl Tractors
ELM GRQYE. YV. YA
Telephone 333 Telephone 333
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Louis Fischer 81 Sons
Chapel Hill Dairy
PHONE 7100 R-21
Elm Grove, W. Va.
C. AUL 81 SON
Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and
Repairing of Clothing,
1224 Chapline Street
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GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
Why Noi NOW?
WASHBURN CROSBY CO.
WHEELING STEEL CORPORATION
Exclusive Sales Agents for:
La Belle Iron Works
Wheeling Steel Sz Iron Co.
General Offices: Wheeling Steel Corporation Bldg.
WHEELING, W. VA.
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IMPERIAL 'ICE CREAM
C. ED. SPRINGER
Our Service at Your Service
PHONE ELM GROVE 261-J
Located at 339 National Road ELM GROVE, W. Va.
We Meet the Demands of Sorrow with Economy
F. G. Stroehmann
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Fulton Bank 81 Trust Co.
Wheeling, W. Va.
Meet Our Real Estate Manager
Always Eager to Serve You
For Quick Sale List Your Property Witll Us
A Strong Bank
A Safe Bank
Our Customers Know Its Officers
Resources Over One--Half Million Dollars
One Dime Will Open an Account
OTTO SCHENK, President, W. A. DRIEHORST. Vice President,
' H. W. CAMPBELL, Secretary-Treasurer
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We're 75 Years
Old This Fall
We hope you will he
just as active when
you are 75 years old.
STONE 81 THOMAS
Whatever the Sport, We Have the Goods
'4Stump" H. Friedrichs
will he glad to see you at
THE SPORTING GOODS STORE
H. G. Friedrlchs
EVERYTHING IN SPORTING GOODS
1523 Main Street WHEELINC, W. VA.
Call 710 3 R, 14 Elm Grove
will be there with a fair
deal to all.
RONEY'S POINT, WEST VA.
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Commencement Time Q
HE custom of exchanffinff ifts with
T U ff g issjfi'
classmates is an old and pleasant one. ""
No time in the year is it so pleasant as this, the time of
graduation. This is the time of separation, from friends
that have been cherished for years. Remembrances nat-
urally suggest themselves.
The W. J. Lukens Company has always been a friend to
High School Boys and Girls. We appreciate their pat-
ronage and always please them to the best of our ability
by helping them to select "gifts that last"-gifts that will
iiqih, be a life long remembrance of the spirit that
W J. LUKENS co.
U WHEELING. W. VA.
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l YOU AS YOUR PHONE
If You Wallt Good l Q If you think of having
l will ,f building done, be sure to
Bread and Pastry I Mm' call up
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-Mrmufucturerl By- l BUILDING
I if MATERIAL,
5 I BUILDERS'
Elm Grove Milling Co. AND COAL
ELM GROVE, W' VA- Wheeling Building
1 Materlal Co.
i WHEELING, W. VA.
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N y s Flapper Pump
Shown in many radiantly beautiful stylts
for spring Our stunning Patent Leathers
art lll the stiongest favor. You will be dt-
lighttcl w1th tht multitude of spring, pattern.,
34 95 and up
NAY SHOE COMPANY
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1311 Marlxtt Street, Whccliiig, W. Va.
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ELM GROVE, W. VA.
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Henry S. Schaffer
Piano and Pipe Organ
Tuning and Repairing
PLAYER REPAIRINC A SPECIALTY
Prompt and Efficient
Phone 259-M Elm Grove
38 Bryan Street ELM GROVE, W. VA.
I ELM GRovE
l Our Young Pe0ple"s Christian Lvnion
5 Welcomes You
1 R0ney's Point U. P. Church
REV. J. W. BICKETT, D. D., Minister
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The Kossuth Studio
Seniors of Triadelphia High
The KOSSUTH STUDIO
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GEO. E. JOHNS CO.
THE QUALITY SHOP
High Grade Suits, Gowns and Wraps
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IN every community there is one Store which hy the high
and unchanging character of its merchandise comes to
he regarded as a custodian of Quality. That is the aim
and achievement of this Store.
B. J. NEUHARDT
1305-07 Market Street
HATS OF QUALITY-MANHATTAN SHIRTS
Men,s Wear of Smart Appearance
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For Pure Milk, Butter Milk and Ice Creams
Successor to Harry E. Parshall
WHEELING, W. VA.
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Hazel- tlas Glass
WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA
--Manufacturers 0 f
Fruit Jar Tops
Wheeling, W. Va., Clarksburg, W. Va., Washington, P
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THE STYLE SHOP
HSTYLE WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCEM
Stylish and Exclusive
COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, FURS, MILLINERY,
WAISTS AND SKIRTS
Always '6First With the Latestw
HARRY L. WHITE
1111 Market Street
Steam Electric Co.
1420 Market Street
A Bigger and Better Display of Electr
and Plumbing Appliances
Stop in the New Store for anything
the Electric, Plumbing or Heating L
A large display of Electric Fixt
for your New or Remodeled Home.
Steam Electric Co.
1420 Market Street
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IF YOU WANT IT GOOD
GET IT AT
Meats and Groceries
Next to Public School
Phone 84 Wooclsrlale
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First National Bank 81 Trust Co.
Elm Grove, W. Va.
The Bank That Appreciates Your Account
Whether It Is Large or Small
Ballkiug -- Real Estate -- Insurance
RESOURCES OVER 3'5900,000.
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Hats, Gowns, Wralms, Skirts,
Sweaters, Waists and
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ELM GROVE, W. VA.
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Women's Smart Oxfords
For Dress or Sport Wear
Styles that woo by their charm and win hy their price
A glance in our window tells the story continued
when you slip on a pair and with a happy ending after
months of comfortable wear.
Tan with Brown Trim
Pearl with Black Trim
White with Black Trim
Plain Toe or with Tip
A perfect fit at a pleasing price
IVI. H. SZ IVI.
1047 Main Street. Wheeling, W. Va.
Office Phone, 92
CRIDER Baos. Spaldmg 81 Lee
Funeral Directors and
Elm Grovmvvheellng I Bathing Suits, Shoes, Caps
I I I I Sheppard 81 Clouse
No. 30 12th Street
Auto Ambulance WHEELING
and Taxi Service
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THE OIL REVIEW PUBLISHING CO.
Sistersville. W. Va.
HThe Big Print Shop in a Small Cityn
Jobs weire proud of:
THE TRIADELPHIAN-Triadelphia High.
BLUE AND BLACK-Bridgeport High.
WHISPERING PINES-Pine Grove High.
THE NEEIVIOSKEESYH-Smithfield High.
THE MAGNOLIA-Magnolia High.
THE ECH0AESTyIer County High School.
IAS. B. McKEE
Williaiii Iiil-bam 81 CO. I
Wholesale Notion Jobbers
No. 1316 Milill Street
WHEELING, W. YA. I
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