Triadelphia High School - Triadelphian Yearbook (Wheeling, WV)
- Class of 1931
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Il.II,g Iluslxinuunu I'--I
l1'L5n- .I.II.g X1-nizl 'I'In-n-
Imglvzll 5I'IllIIlilI"I Ii.IJ
, , . . , , l'II.IIII.ICS Ii, I'I4I'l"I'I'
I"IAlIII'.Nl I'. II1'lxI'.I'.
.. . I III ,
IIE-Nl Iir"illi:l llnlu-rw Inu" lu U mn
I , ILS.: I'Ic-mmlrliz-s. sn-
III, IIIIIIJIIIIII, I
I II'2IIlIl lmxfu
-llx' l'iuIux I nl:
. . I . II.IRIC'I'
,IIIILI I., Ill NIAI' wuz
II l'4rII1-gl' ILXQ Hall- ti' I -A I Vt 1 f
lvl Vnllwili I X I IlIIll,.Il Ilh I 114 II
,.. ., ..
'In-4-I1l141I"v ILS.: l'InlII-
N f JIVL I
II:ll'sIn:1II KHIII-'qv .LIIAQ
Ilnlwrfltlx of IIN-I-sv
sin .I.II,: .Ilnl-l'icf:m
.I1':nmI1-rm' :ll Ihumlg f
H I:LPage 131
ILIICY II, II INIIIIN
IIN! IIl""IIIIl II I
.I.II.. I II Il
I. II, IIIXI.l41R
Ihllllllx IUIII-gy .I.II'
II In Ivl Ilixt
XIII XII II III'I'I'
Klan-Ixingguln klfllfhl .L ,
HV: mlulixllu Imlt Inxlllul ': .Xrl
J FI 'ff
Ixl-INN I-1'I'II NII XVI' II
I I iruillial IM
I1 x Ill IIA.: I'Islu
III-.ss -J .
VI'I'I'KX1l Ii 1'I"4l
In tllnm-nlnl Nlmiw-.
I Inix N11-ul Iiwlllvall I-In
,L l"Rl II
Nrhlll t'ulI1-L:u- .LII
I Inmu-ul IC1Im':lIinll.
'Un atriur, in awk, In finh, auth nut In givlhf'
f 'Page 15
junior-Senior Banquet ,..,..... ,..,.,,.. W ednesday, May 13, 6:30 P
Class Play ..................,......,,.........,........,......................,... , .... ......... F riaay, May zz, ans P
Class Sermon, Dr. W. E. Schuerte of Pittsburgh, Pa ....,......... Sunday, May 24, 3:00 P
Junior High Promotion Exercises .................................. ..,...... T uesday, May 26, 10:00 A.
Senior Class Night ...,,.. ........ ....,..... T u esday, May 26, 8:15 P.
Commencemen: ...,....,............,... ....,.,..,. .... .......,..,... W e d nesday, May 27, 8:15 P
Speaker: Dr. John Roscoe Turner, President of West Virginia University.
I: CPage 16 1
JUIIN G. ANDERSON
Class llaskvlluall 33 Midgitt
lluskr-tlrnll lg Robot Club 3,
4: Stage Crm-rw 4.
Since Juhn's tba- first
Senior in this book,
That might account for
His liappy look.
Airplane Club 1, 2, Annual
Staff 1, 2, 45 Art Club 1, 23
Ulussival Club 4, Class Bus-
ki-tball 1, 43 Boys' Glue Club
45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Pro and Con
Club 43 Spanish Club 43 'I'ria-
rlvlpliizln Staff 1, 2.
Rnbvli has inspiration and
an 1-yo for nrt,
Wi' know frnln fbi' way bv
:lows his part.
ll0Rl l'l'llY MARY lllCl'ICRO1"'l'
Classivail Club 3, 43 Girl
R4-sf-rvi-s 3, 4.
At lunke-tlnall and fontbzill
grzrmn-H slim-'S always tlu-rv,
Slum-'s -'ut sclmul spirit, :incl
smrn- fu sharv.
lf CPage 17 J
IJPIWIRGFT G. BAILEY
Airplanw Club 13 llunrl 1,
2, 3, 45 Class liasks-tball 33
Ulussiczll Club 2: Football 3,
4: llovs' Glvv Club 2, 3. 4:
Hi-Y Sr-crviary 3, Vice
4, Assistant Stuggv
33 Masque-rs 3, 45 Or-
3, Pri-sidont 45
3: Class Presi-
Club 45 Thes-
rfflis nrlivitie-S ill'1' rliversitivd
Ho cnuldn't be sc-riuus if be
MEIIVIN HAY LEY
Class liaski-tbzlll 1, 2, 3, 4:
Midget Baiskvtlvalll lg Golf
T4-am -I: lli-Y 2. 'lv'l'1'2lNlll'l'l' 3,
'Frurk 1. 2, 3, 4.
Nfulvin is just ai niorlm-rn laul,
Nut mu gwul, nut mo bad.
HARULII ll. BLACK
Class liasketlmll 2, Masquvrs
24, 4: Robot, Club 3, l'lAl'Sltll'lll
-tg Stage Cn-w 3, Manager 4:
'l'h4-spian 3, Vice- l're-siflr-nt 4.
lteliinrl the sc-4-:ws Harold is
IIse's u handy buy tn have
0 . .
Iwnlqvru-in xv. ul..n'w:If
Xl:-lllnxuv Ilulv I, J. ll.m1I
I: I'I:n-x II:nxIwtIu1II L, R, lhll
mm I' IHIII4- tlulu Ir:-'al11'vl'
253 I'In-siwul I'IuIv :Ig Nuys'
lllw- I'IuI: I: Ili-Y 2, II, I
Il.1xsImI Ji, S--I-I4-tanrlx I: Klas-
flllu-rs 'I I
II.-4 :ulxxallxs up In lrlz-Iv :mul
I"nr xxllivlu Ihr- Ivan-In-is ggixu
gin- lm tlmnlw.
lII11I.IiXI'I ll IIILINIP
.ht l'IuIr Ig I'I:lNs II:l-Iu-l-
In:lII I, lf, .11 Ilzlm-lv:lII I. 21
I I X ' v I Nl Ill In
1'Iulf II, Ig 'I'r:n'Ix I, 2.
II1-Ivnv ix :1 "III'ilIIlI" :III In-1'
III- rl- glalfl um- :nv II11- nuvs In
ullwln it In Imuxxll.
.KLILICR I' X I.lll ISIC
-I-ru-s I, 21. I: Ilulm- Ii:-.m
-n11ml'luIv Ig Spuluislu l'IuIv I
Willilw' In valrrx 4111 :mx plan
SIu:'Il ull- In-1' par! Ihr- In-pl slu'
Q- -Miz, 'ff'
I1 '7Page 181
I'IIfIZ.XIiIZ'I ' IIIf.IIlIII'IH
Art, l'luIv -I: Izlssimll l'IuIu
Ii, -I: I"l'I'Ill'II I'Il Ig HirI Rr--
'I'Im' sIll' ppvzlrs il lluivl
IIm-I' ke-vu dry wil ram ranisv
.UIXICS IC. IIRI'II'IiI'INRIIN2I'I
I'Iussim':lI l'IuIv 2, 35, Ig
Flznss Iianskvllmll -Ig Ilm-In-hx
2, Zig ll. ,L A. II, 41 I'I:lsw
Sm-1-ru-t:ll'y 4: Vlurs Yin- I'rvfl-
:Ivut 21 Varsity Iluskl-llmll
Sqnznl Ll. 'I'v:un Zig Ih-pn-sn-lutar
Iivv SIWRIIQPI' tu Walrwnml I.
J -' gg cn sl-nut,
willing in In-lp gnu
' JANE III'IIKII.XI,'I'I'ZR
l'Zlntvl'v1I ns al ,inninr fn-m
I'0I'ISlllUllIII IIIg:Il, I'ul'ls1mu1IIu,
Ohio: Annual SIuII': .Xrt l'InIs
-lg Vlassis-ul l'IuI+ 3, 41 Girl
Ill-sm-l'vs-s 26, II: l'rn :uni Il-rl
l'Iulv 43 IIIPIIIIIN 'l'm-nm Jig 'Frin-
nla-Iphialn SHIII' -I.
"l'mm' mul Irip ii :ls ynu gn,
Un Ihe- IiL:'Ill IRIIIIZISIII' hw."
.lxlllflflv lf. lil"I'I.l'2R
liulul l. 2, 3, 4: Class llam-
lulhull K2 Xliwlm-I Iiaisln-tlmll
I 1 l
'zissic-nl Cluh 3, 43 Gulf
Iwun 4: lli-Y Zi, 4: llzmlllvrs
45 4l1'r'lu-strzl l. 2, Ji, 43
lim-li Squml 3, 43 Juuiur lliah
1nxnnwm-1-nu-nt Sp:-zulu-rg Class
lx ll lwalshful lun-r hc-'S il
ilu- ul-,iw-t of nmny il uh--
K wlulvt lm-x' with lllllv In sary.
X gguml I1-:u'l1c'l' yulfd llliIlU',l'
suicl Mixs Url' um- day.
l-I. Xljlilil. Clll"l4'llCl,li
Art Clulv I, ZZ, -ig Class
sin-tlmll ri, 4: Claw lmw-
lu ill I: Girl l!1'sf'1'u-s 4:
llor-lwy 'lk-:un 3.
Xlaln-l's huir is lung' zuinl hlznf-li,
rl In-r suulvs :uw m-vm-r slzivk.
llUlC0'I'llY SARAII Cl.ll"l"llRIh
Annual Ntutf 14, -I: Clussiml
Club 3g Spanish Cluh 4.
llurotlly has il fum- fur llully-
.Xml in llu- tnlkil-za sh:-'ml ln-
llmnv I4lCllll0Ylllf'5 Cluln 1:
Girl lie-sm-In-s Sig Spaluish Cluh
Izxlru lZll'L1'l' pzllwr she lllllblr
So muvh spam- hu-r llilllll' mlm-s
l!l'1RNARli Il. CUIIHN
Class linsln-llmll 2, Zi, -lg
Xlimlgrf-I. Ihlskf-tlmll lg Clu-4-r
ln-anlvl' 1, 2, 24, -lg Frw-nr-lu Cluh
3, 4: lloy! H14-1' Cluh rl: Ili-Y
2: fllzlsqlu-rs 3, 4: Swimming:
'l'r-:lm 35 'l'l'l2Ifll'llllllilll Stull' 24,
Sports lielitur -1,
Our lusty L'li4-4-1'lc-mln-1' with
llv has il gum! time- 1-wr5-
l'II.I4SWllR'l'll li, VOX N ICH
lll-X .i, l.
llix vlmpn-l :qu-4-rlnl-s urn- fn-xr
mul fur ln-lm-vu,
W'-'rv Nulrr in public In-'s so
HULIAIS I-1. IMKAX
ll1VIllC I-14-mmllxif-s Vlub 2, Zi,
'l'lxis girl luum- hmm In mulls
W1- knmx, un- lmu- Inst'-d lu-r
l,lll IN l", lNll'fl'lil'lN
llur-ilu-srl Stull' 2, 24: Flaws
Husln-tbull I. 2. Ci, lg Ulusfi-
vul l'lub -tg Ifsmllunll Squanl
245 lli-Y 13, 'l'r1-ensure-r Ii, 4:
Xlamllln-l's Ii, lg Slum- l'r4-w Zi,
-lg 'l'ru1-k Squaul 2, Ii, 'IH-:un 4.
A lmlmvllzllanlll lug, who lu-xl-r
ls nl-V1-I' 1-xl-in-ml, or ll4'Yl'l' hur-
I CPage 20 1
K-"' I Fl I IYHIIAM
Art Ulub 2, 24, 43 Classi-
vul Clulr 22, Ii, Sm-1-r--I:u'y-'l'rn-:1s-
urn-r 43 Girl lh-s4-rn-s 3, -li
I-lrlrz' Ulm- Club 2, Ii, 43
Hpamish Club 3, Vivo l'n-si-
dont 43 Slifc-l Prim-s 1, 2, Zig
Htulm- Laxliu Omni-st Prizm- 3.
A sturliuum suugrstn-r wilh lillvlll
ln lllis prl-ily girl will! gblnlm-ll
l.I'.IlANll N. IIICYURI-I, JH.
l'Iul.m-ra-xl as an junior from
Fort: lA'2lVt'llW0l'lll, Kansas:
Pro mul Con Vlub -lg Spanish
"Sw-1-1ly" is full uf willy rn--
mul with Hn- buys lu-'s up lu
WII.l.I .K M l,. INDI-Il'K EN
l'llIl1'I'l'tl me al juniur fl-mu
lFllllllt'Q Yalraiiy Bans-
ke-Lllall Tn-:lm 3. l':xpt:li1l 41
- - ': 1' 5 Frf-url:
l-'uutballl ful llllllll 4
Club 43 l'r1-sinh-ut of Class 4.
R1'l!l'1'N1'lllilllYl' Spa-aku-I' tb
liill's u lm-mlvr QIYIIUIIH' thu- me-u,
WILLIA M W. ll0l'GlIER'1'Y
Class llaskvtlmll 2, 33 Foot-
hull 2, 3.
Bill is 21 dandy. studious buy,
His work tills thc- trfacliurs
ln-arts with joy.
I-llilZAlllC'l'II C, ETZ
Art. Clulr 3, I'rm-sivlexlt 4 g
Classical t'lulu 4 g Fl'l'llt'll
Ulnlm 3, 43 Girl Res:-rv:-s 45
Riding: Chili 4, Prvsidmit 4:
Spanish Ululr 3. 4, S1-ci"-izlry 4.
Elizaln-tli is known as u lin-
Un flbl'f'lfIll :-101-outs she- puts
tht- right twist.
Glfllililili li. Fl NDLEY
Y V g
4 f t
mi IE S .1
Classical Club 43 Football
Squad 2, 33 Pm and Fun Clulu lu
45 Tran-k 'l'n-:un 2, 3, 4.
llwri'p:u is lnasllful, Gvorgv is
lint mi tht- trac-k watt-li him 55,1
I Mfg M K
lid , x A Q 2
5-,X J ' xx
' in , , ff?
, ' Vfzfffffg 'W
I CPage 21
Al.l"ltl'1ID 'l', lflllllfflt
Class lluskm-tlralll ZZ, 3, 43
Fuutluall l, Z., 3.
Gmail-nutul'n-cl, jolly and full
A jolly tinv lmy our Alfra-ul
U. l'Ul'l'l FAMOI 'S
llliih-i'f'1l ns :L junior from
Allm-ntown lligfh Sclumlg Au-
nuul Statl' -lg Classic-all l'luli
4g Pro ziml Con Cluh -lg Span-
ish Ululr Zi, -lg 'l'l'i:uh-lpliizun
Staff 45 Art Clulu 4.
Wllvn C0110 zlirs his VOK'2lllll-
Wm- all rush fur tlw mlir-timmry.
4 , . pizza:-'i4'-'
s. f X f
l'll.l'lAX0li IUNA l"l.l'lXIlN1:
l14llI'lll!I'l'f't' Ululi 4.
'1"lmuu'li FII1-anim' g.g'ig'g'lvs uml
has luts uf fun,
Shf- I-an lu- us Quite-ly ns zlllf
llluvlnm'-'I' rvlyhtvx-i4-s luxfllf- '
I1-I Ihnylmlml, ln-'ll lim
HXYNIUNIP ,L l"1NlSl'I
Vlussir: ' 3 " 2
lun l'lnlr 1, H1-1-lwlzlljx' 41 Blus-
fl M f
K'll.Ull'1Nl'l'1 X, fill'fSl'll,l'lR Q,
lillsim-sw Nl: ' I 3 ' -'
Xlmnlg.-r 24: 'IH-in-k Squad 5
. '11 Q
ll:lr:-m'n- ix uluz- R
img Iniw Fm-11,
Iln-.x'r1- an ins'-pnrnlulv us N '
ll.XliUl4Il WILXY Hll.l'lN
l',llI1'r1-ll nm zu supllmxmlw-
um Wliclmllv l'rw-lx 1'-ms
.I xl'-ul Svlnml
ll:-s :n rlnalnlp ul lmlum-in
llv lnlglmt lu- al xxzlllvr Nunn- nl'
, - l 11' ,
, f' XN. A
I fPage 22 1
l"l'vn1'lu Vlulm 3, -I: Girl liv-
sa-l'v1-s I, 24: Girls' Gln-v Vlulm
A, 4: llumn- l'Im'ulmlnim's Vlull
4: Npamisll 1'llll+ 4.
lifs 11 gg-mul thing' l,1-1-4-uw is mul
lmrlll' In lrlusln-s,
lfnll' wv ulwulxs ls-:nw lu-I' alluvui
Xl.XR4J.XRIC'I' IIICLICX ILIICSICY
Art l'll1lv -lg l'lz1-s llzlwlwl-
lvzlll I'1'um Zig l'l:nsl1':nl Vluln
3, 4, ll. .L .L .L l, hill li
:Ln-lwvs Il, -lg Slulnislx l'Iul+ 'll
'lass ll'l'l'llSllI'1'l' -13 YUII1-lx llalll
llvr "var xlulrlif' 1Il'4' xx'-ll
'l'lugx' 1ll'l' mum- xv-NI lilw 14-
.XNNA lilllixlilll lIl'l"l'lN1iS
ilu- has il lm-Y fri:-ml xxlnu
Ill inks sl1v'r4 sw:-1-l ,
WA- lllljflll mlllg mul :mlm In-ul.
JANE AIbl+Il,ll'S fll'Nlll.lXH
Art Vlulv lg ,AllV1'l'llhlllLI
Qlnif 23 Clans lhlslutlhnll J,
ll Clull 2, 3, fl
.ul lin-sm-l'w-x 11. 3, 4.
Nt Hun lvig' in luvurt
Small in Q a '-,
lam- ulwnys :lm-4 ln-1' purt.
MAIN I. .. .,
l las-4 llnskvtln
K'n1ml.'-' 'ia '
1 pl M.: ,. sl
Wu- a':m't If-ll, wail :xml sm-.
Rl"I'll Ylf'Yl"ll'lC lllt'KS
Amluul Staff 'S' Girl Rv-
wrws 2, Zig lim'-'lx Alllllllflll
U: - 'nn-
l'-.nlm-sl Il: lnllin l, Nllln l
lui l Pm :ml lun llulu 4,
Quill :xml Svrull 54. 43 Spunixh
Vluln l " Yicw- llm '
l'r1-snll-nl 4: im
l'rizm- l, 2, First Zig 'l'rizull-l
plnznl Anzrslul t. lu .
lhlilul' in Ullivf 4
Ml 4-zlllm--lllvvllwl wlw 1l-we ln-r
lu sm-1' tlml ilu- Imp--r ix xu-ll
Ulzuwic-:ll Ululm 2, 24, I
Girl Rm-an-1'x'u's 1,
Nlurllnl plums tu gr-1 in ll'2llII
lvu wolf! lilnl ilu- sivlg 4-mn
Nl'll.l7A SARA lllil Nl-Il.
l'llll4'l'4'4l us an Mnlu
ll'UlIl ll'l11'1-ling: lllfll Sr-lim.
ifvrlxlln-l'1-0 l'llllr Zi, 'lg lluxm
lwmvnmlllim-s l'l1ll1 43 'Fypirt fm
mul 4g 'Ifvpist fur 'I'l'i:n-In-l
In-nl, ' A N
Vlzuxs Ilanwlu-Tlmll 343 K'l:ws
llull .:, 4.
ln Lnlm :Incl ln xpznllxln sln
I1 sw-Ins fnrviun lznlnullzng-1-Q 1
4l ful' syn-ml slw 4-:ml ln
Jl'l,l.K l'll1l.l-IN JAVKSUX
Art, Vlulr 45 Ulzlssic-ul l'luln
P Frm-nl-ll l'lulr Ii, 43 Girl
-m-l'vn-rx, S4-1-l'n-lznry Ii, 4: Girls'
vm' Ullllh if, 3, 4.
Uf vour ru-c'r1-Is flu not lnmst,
I l ll
ilu A ways knows thu- lnml.
MARIE M. .ItIllNS'I'UX
Vlaussliful l'lul: 43 FI'l'lll'll
Kluln 4 1
: lirl liz-sa-rw-5 4: llmm-
'Ulll!Hlif'H l'lulu 1.
:fn full nl' All-4-, sln-'ra full ul
l- may play an jnkv un any
I.. NURY.-Xl, KAlll.I'I
Vluss lm:-ska-Ilmll 2, Zig Ihmt-
lull I, Il: SWllIlIlIlIlg' Ii, 43
Imnlx l, J,
ll vnu 1lnn'1 runfnizn- th.-
. ' ' L
- - - 1
Mm ll prnlmlnly lmwl lxuhlu- 4.11-
inl: ilu- sh-1-ring.
li 'Page 24 1
l'1'l'lll'1L IIEGENIA .IUIINSUX
lllllS5lf'ill Clulu 4: Girl Rv-
livprm-niu 4-nun-s riding: to sm-luml
in flu- lxus,
A quim-I littlv miss who m-wr
lnalws :my fuss.
MILIDRHID l'1Yl'Il,YN JUN!-IS
llonu- l'll'lIllllllll1'S l'lul: 3. -1.
Blilllrn-ll knows wlull slu- wanals
Unlmly and qui:-tly dm-s it,
W, 1'll.kRl.lCS K.Xl.'l'HN liAt'll
l'Ilm-1-4-nl as il junior from
lim-alulnunl. Iligrlx svlnml, Sl.
Wln-n yuu gn in llw lnnvivs fm'
t'l1:u'lvs xxill la-:ul you to Your
Re-nf. U I ' V'
our Qin,-lla jul-4-lW.fx
MYRON 'l'. KA PX ER
l"l'l'll1'll l'lulr 45 0l'L'l1vsll':1
Mlrrnn works lllilLl'l4' any illllv,
Just, givv liim an pvnny. il
nic-km-l and slime-.
CLARA liP1l.l.l-I KINSRY
l"r4-nvli Ululr 1, 2, 3, -I5
Girl lin-serve-s il, 3.
Hu tlin' stngv slim-'s always al
Slim- dovs ln-r In-sl llir iIlHllt'llK'Q'
l.Ul'lS V. KUSSl"l'll
Art, l'lul1 45 Claissimil Clulu
3, 45 Fronrli Cluli 3, 45 lli-Y
2, 3, 45 l'rvsidi-m of Valli-y
lli-Y l'uum'il 45 Haisqm-i's 3,
l'l'l'Sl1ll'lll, -I5 Pro :uid You Clulx
45, 'l'ln-spiams 3, S!'Cl'l'fLll'y'
'l'i'mis111'm-I' 45 'll'l'l2Ult'lIllll2lll Stall'
Louis is jolly aml full uf pm-p,
lln- c-un 4-ross :in alll-5' in unn-
l'lll+IS'I'lfIlk I-'. KIXNI-EY
Ari. Cluli 45 liauul 45 Rulmt
L'lul+ 3, Sm-rvtary 45 Stzigw-
Wiili lmmnwr null saw ln' is
Hi- mzikvs tliings that will ln-
IDOIMRFIS LOVISE KLINI-I
Art, Cluli 1, 25 Ulaisaii-al
l'lulv 3, 45 Girls' Gln-v Ulula
3, 45 Fra-nrli l'lul1 4,
lu history r-lass slim- rvvih-s
llvr vullzitviul rn-:uling sa-I-His
Class Huskvlluill 1, 2, 35
Mimlgrvt Haskvtlmll I5 llllSlll4'SS
Stuff 2, 35 l'uniim-I1-v t'lulu 3,
Vim- l'ri-siilc-nt 45 lli-Y 3, 45
Nlgisqiiz-rs 3, 45 Assistant Bus-
lu-tlmull Mzilizlgu-I' 15 As?-inunt
I-'mmtlmll 25 Assistant 'Frzmk
Mumigrs-r 1, 25 Assistant Stu-
ilunt Managw-r 35 Sturle-ut
Mazinger 45 Urdu-sim 1, 2, L15
l'ro mul Con l'lulu 45 Te-nnih
3, 45 'l'li1-spiains 45 'Frau-li
Flllllllll 35 Varsity Iiaskrtlizill
Squad 3, 4.
A litilc- lmy full uf pop :xml
What would ln' ilu if ln- xvurv
lillsilll-ss Stull' Zi, -lg Assisi-
allll. t'il'l-lllzlliml Xlzlllzlilu-l' for
'l'l'i:ull-lpllizlll Zig .lluiftallll
Atlllvlir- Nlallulgfvl' 43 I'l'u zlllll
Vllll l'lllll 4.
An al Slll4ll'lIl l-'lllyll is al :l'l'1'ilf
'l'llall In-'ll lu- :l llig' llllsiln-sy
mall is mn' gn--ss.
llURU'l'llY Nl, Ill.-lR'l'lN
Art. l'llllI lg lllllllft' lil-ullmll
in-la l'lull 2, 24. 4.
l'r1lfl4-in-llt ill llll- :urn of lllilli-
ing' ll lllllll:-,
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llul lin- :lllllll-,
YIIHIINIA Sl. 3llC'l'Z
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l Q f
ULIYIC lll'1l.lCN lllYl'fI4Y
1 s sm-llw nt llulllnll- ls ln-l-ll
Slll- gfvlrl llll- tim- pllillix lllalt
.nv lull 1-xlsill' Nl-1-ll.
lli-Y 4 lll
1 .lSlllIl'l' '
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Nl l lil
lull. l'lllll -lg 'I'l'zl4'Ii -I
Al'tlllxl":: guml 4-ulllllalllll' ullll
lots ul' fllll,
lla- 1-alll grvl lllllll xxitll
All l'lllIl I: l'l-mf Ilalfln-I
llllll 2, Il: Vlalsslv-ll llull 2
K'l1lll Il, -l
1-llla llll-1' l'll1ll g, 25, l'l'4-xl
1ll'lIl -lg llusqm-l's 4: .lllllilll
lllpfll l'rlllllllvlll---lllvllt Sp:-:lk--l
lg H4-lllol' Rlllu' :lllll llll
llIlll1t' l'll:lil'lll:lll 1 l'l:lss Ylll
lm-V llzlll I.
IN qllll-li. :llwlllx llll llll
Nu mln' wuulll 1llll'l' my slll-'.
ALNIA LICUNA Nlll.l.l'fR
lflngglifli Ululu, I'r1-sill:-lit IAQ
I-urls film- Clulx 2, 33 liusl-
nws Stull' 3.
klnm is :motlu-r girl who ball!
lust, liki- ilu- lninlii-s in lin-
In our sclmul Millvr is llm
must pnpulzlr llillllv,
Kzntliryn ln-lpwl grin' it illzlt
MARY Xl. NEl'll.XR'l'
Ari. Club 1, 4: Class liais-
lwtlnill 2. 3, -lg Unmm-we
l'luln 43 Girl lil-sww-s l, 2, 3,
Xlury gpm-mls lu-r timv on hunk-
masking: fur lwllllllw that laun-
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Frm-lu-h Ululv 43 Girl R
si-rvvs lg Ul'!'lll'Nll'lI 24, 4
Spanish Clulu 4 .
A 1-4-llo 1: what lit'l'Ill1l plug-
Knl xxlil lln milnxlla lul
Op' . ix
t I s QA!!
WIl.I.l.UI .L Xll'ICI'llY
H1111-l'4-ul as an juninr fn
ll1'lltl'lll lliull sc-lionlg Yzlrs
lizxskn-tlulll Sqllzul 41 Vlaissie il
Ululi Ci, 43 Fmmtlinll Squaw! 4
Inu flu iluli 4 In nlint
, .,- im 1 - -.,g
ig 'l'rzu-k 32, 4.
William writs-s :mil Willia
Willizim mm flu luis
lli-Y Fluln 4.
'l'll4- wurlil is g'I'1lXYlllg' xxm
llilh luis sluts-nnfut ww A-:ml
IiI"I'Il MAIIG.XRI'1'I' ULIIIIANI
Assistant Iiflitor of Annusil
Ii, Knlitur 43 Art l'lulv 43
I"rc-nvli l'luIv R, 43 Girl Ri--
sa-rw-x I, 243 Iimnv lfk-nnunlic-S
Ululr 43 Quill und S1-roll 3, 43
'I'ri:uI1-Ipliizin Stuff 3, 4.
WIN-n Ruih gym-s strolling: down
I-4 nhl- always nmkiug' zi lmusi-
.IAMICS l'l'II'IlIS URI!
Art l'luI1, SI'C'l'l'IIll'j"'Ill'l'1lS-
ur4-r 53 Flaws Ilaskn-tlmll 33
Ilan:-Imll :Z3 Iinyx-1' Glw- l'Iulu
43 Ili-Y IK, 4, 53 Masqiu-rs 4,
53 Robot l'Iuli 4, Vim- I'r1-si-
Jimmy is u lu-ulth ch' My
Whuui all lhn- girls Iv In
CK 0 4
III'lICIII'1IC'l' G. I'.k'I"I'ISl IN
Spanish l'luIu 24, 43 Swim--
ming 'I'e-um 34.
Van you pivturr- Ih-rl ai Irnu-
lim- your illlilllilliltlilll, ours
wmi'l HIl'l'Il'II any iii-uw-.
,X X I77 453 3 , X
,I ' 114
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GRAVE Il, HRK
Girls' Gil-v l'luIu 2, 24, I3
Girl R1-N4-l'v1-H 1, Ll, 3, -I:
Iiumn- I':l'0Il0lI1I!'N Ululr 4,
Anotiu-r Orr, as yuu sun svn-,
Ami u tiillldj' grirl with wlionl
Y ICIKNA l'A RSUNS
Class Ihiskn-tluill 43 Ilunie
I-11-mminime Club 43 Girl Ili--
sz-rvm-s 13 011-Iii-sim 1, 2, 3, 43
TillIIIliSIl Fluln 2, Ii, 4.
Yi-rn:i's quill- an am-uiilplisln-il
Yinlin, piaum, und :All-shi-'II
l'l:lssi1-all l'lulu 43 llnmi-
I'Ir-uiinlnii-e- l'luIu 43 I'ro :xml
Fun l'Iuli 4.
IH-nny's as popular as 4-un In-,
Siu-'ra IN'IIIlIIfIlI tum, as you mn
Ulass Buskvtlmll 2, 3, 43
Miclirvt liaskvtliall 13 Classic-ul
Ululs 23 Pro :lull Con Cluh,
Yin-0 Pr:-sid:-ut 4.
"A r-yuir-all lllilll of thv world"
ll4i'll siziuil out iu liv worlll
Art Clull 4: Classical Club
3, 4: From-h Ululi 14, 43 Girl
Rc-sa-l'v4-s 4: Huckl-y 1, 21
A 1lig'uil'iwl lady or u pi-pplx
'I'lmt.'s our Nzuivy in r-v0l'y
llE'l"l'Y ZAXE SL'U'l"l'
.Kiln-i'tiHilig Stall' 33 Cum-
uwrm- Cluh 3, 45 Girl Ri--
Iivtty Zum-'s our modvru
With Rlouu-o uc-au' slim' dm-s uol
V, ' ,
l l- i
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tary I ,
HR NIA ll. l'RlL'lC
f'llIllYI'L1'1'f'li.ll Ulllll Cl, 4
Girl lhcse-l've-ax 3, 4g Holm
Er-ouomic-H Cluli 4,
Erma wa- know is ai wry high
sl illlj'llllllp.1' good slu",ll do
DSSI li li l ' 'l"I' FIR
.lrt Club 2g Yzlruily Rusk:-l
lmll T4-am 1. :Z 35 Class Bas
kvtlwzlll 4: G. A. A. 2, S1-ore
fl Plwsiclellit 43 Girl Ri-
' llocki-y 23 Spanish
il'I'VQ'N L 1
Swimming' 1, 2, 3.
X girl whom you will lll:l'1'l
lu tho ya-ur tlirm- lhouszun
5'ou'll iw-im-mln-1' hor 51-I.
1, 2, 3, 43 Class lla,
ill 1, 3, 45 '1'1'ar-k 3, 4.
wull lcuowu, '
's laugh, wv ull must
'vllow Forfl is rf-rl
Iumuxea JI II
tI'1UIIl2IC II. SI'IIlII'IlI'I'. .III
wx.. 3 .
ru-lla: S uzu
I-IYICIA X FIIIYI-IIA
UI. l'IuI1 2: Vlnss Il
V- -. LQ
N1 mush l Iub I
3 Sxximn' 2-
IHII1-x Iizlll I, 2,
I u-rn, -'Q :
.IA IIICS N. SLIILXII
Iun I'Iulu I3 I"m,IImII Nquawl
Ilan- Izu-I IIHII In-R "vols"
I lg' .
A A X....
4 ww 1
I CPage 30
NIIIIIWIN II. Sl
l'Izlsw 'I'r:1m-Ii 'I'v:xm J. lm
xml lon tlulv, Il:-:mm-r 'Ig
Irau-k N-111.111 .., J.
s prvlty I-ya-s mul IIIIIII Ildll.
him lilmwlu m'Y1-rvxxllv-I'--.
II I Ig Inm-
Ikllsim-ss Stu' 2,
'rw' l'luIv 3, 'Ig Girl Ru-
- - - '
km-pc-1' 4: Mr, I-'anuklnalllw-r'4
5l'K'I'1'IilI'-I' I: Yollm-lx lilll I
M-rv pI'lIll and qmtm- just su,
IIIZIIIN IIN' l'ilIIlI'l'IIll Hu! um
I!.uul I, 1, II.lsNu':Al Ill!!
I Imullnll Iann ' I I
HIM' l'IllIl I1 Ill-N
1 and lun
Irs-asllrv-r II, I: l'1'
"'SI1Il'IlI 'Ig Swixnming
mf ni Inn anlnlllhx, In-x thx
Ix Inlml :I 1In In IIIII
I lub I I1
'mln 24, -I,
.im-1-all ' ' "
UI II11- lu-wj ' ' -
l'lYl'Il.YN Nl, SPARKS
l'mnm4-l'r'i:iI lllllll 3, Svvlm-
tary 43 Girl R1-svi'v4-s Zi, 4:
llnmv l'li'Ullll1l1lC'S Ululr 4: Yul-
lvy llzlll 2.
lfivvlyli is an Nliss that is wl-
llul. anyway, an-tions spvuk
luudvr than mmls.
1-lI"'YI4'Yl K X'I'Ill"RlYI"
U 'S'IlRll'liLINA ' A
Girl lim-sifrwfs Zi, 43 lluuiv
l'lr'1mn1iiic's Clull 4.
Gi-nz-vu. f'2IIl an-xx' Slllllf' vs-ry lim-
llc-rm-'s limping: slim- finils Ilii-
"um-" of lu-r lll'1'RllllS.
J l 'N li IJINIDRI-I 'IXXYIAPR
l'la1ss liuskvtliull 1. 2. 3:
f'47IlllIll'l'f'C Vluli Jig G. A, A. Zi,
4: Girls' Hlvf- Clulu 3, 43 Girl
R1-se-l'vm-N 1: llnvki-3' 23 Mais-
que-rs 3, Se-4-14-1:il'y-'l'l'vusl1r--I'
-lg Varsity lizlslwlluill 33 Yul-
lvy lizlll 2.
An zitlllvtic: girl who C'1lll xing
A vnluaaluli- pi-rson with lots
Psmtlunll Squad 2, 45 Ru-
lxnl: llllllv 3, 4.
A llllNt'llll'VUllN hwy with tis-ry
In ks-4-pim: ur-I happy hm- mlm-s
lmnul1l's llI'l'HlHl'AV is quill- illl
lL'H me gmail an any wv linu-
v7 ff o
, 1 4
Xl UH' KATIIRYN
l'Il1I4-rvrl as il N1lllllUlll0l'l'
fI'1llll 5llll'Kl'lIllUWVll High School,
Mm'i.:z1nt1m'n, We-nt, Virginia.
Vlama Iiaske-thull :Eg Girl Rv-
M'l'Yl'H 2, 3.
Thin ru-nim' we- r-all Mary K..
Yuu'll always lilul wlwrm- lln-rf-'s
f TSW 'N '
li LPage 32 :I
ROBERT L. THUNEN
Rubs-rt makvs some- fuss :unl
Hut: rm-mvlnlvcr, fulks, buys will
Mllillklill MA ld YASA MAX
Class Basketball 1, 2, 45
Uumnwrcial Club -ig G. A. .L
3, 45 Hovkvy 1, 2, Kg Vnllvy
Nlihlrvll 1liviLl1-N hvr linux ln'-
twvvn work and play,
'l'h:Lt's why shv is happy all
.lAl 'K WA'l'ERllUUSE
Amuml Staff 3, 43 Football
1, 12, 3, 43 Buys' Glvv Clulu
1, 3, Vim- l'rn-sidvnt 4: Ili-Y
2, Vim- 1'rm-siwle-nt 3, President
45 Stats- Hi-Y Sn-cretary 41
Swimming '1"n-am 3, 45 Class
Vim' Frm-simln-nt 3.
'l'ho- host lI2lllll'l'll hny in
With him smiling is an ruh-.
.I A N li V, W ICA Y VR
lillrzilwss Stull' ii: l'lusxi1':ll
llulv 4 Iflnluh llulv 4 Fill
lhw-l'x'4's I, 2, K, 4.
IZIIIUVH 1'1'mx'nillg' u'lur.v is lim'
llnw- it mit? Slu- wuulwllft
rl.XR.Xll .XXX ll'lll'l'I'IlIl'IY
Vlussirul l'lula 2, 3, Yiw-
In-sifll-nt 41 I'Il'1'lll'Il Club Ii
l1'1-slrlvxlt 4, K-lllx hlw- l'li1ln
' '4 Vim- I'l'4'SlIlI'Ill 4: lllrl
Ill-sl-1'vc-.4 SS, 'lIl'KLl!-ll.'l'l' 43 Mus-
m wr.: 4.
WIllIllLl'!l4'SS and almil
ity slu' is kllown,
Ilrr ilu- lllilllj' 'affix-vs slim- lmllls
J BAN I'Il,IZAl4l'1'I'll ll' I LSON
All. llul: 1. 25 Vlzusx Hus-
Iu-tlulll 3 lllxl1llll11ll2.Z'l.
I 1 nl R1 us I ' 4 4
: lists, 1
'SHIT " , L,
nulish Vlulv 3, YlIl'l'1lSllI'l'l' 4.
N :L In
,Inlay JI-an s
Ile-r mamlu-1' ul In-rsllanu
um- tlmt pl:-:lsr-N,
wlnir-lu to display
ph-nty of lunch.
lA',4,f",,fff4 f Cf"f 4-'
s nu llulm-
.Xml tak:-s svln "
IIIII'I XIKRII WISH
4IllllIlINlIIl 4 ilu Iinfkvl-
Ill 4 1 K. .X 'C J'
1 nu: l lull 4 -I Xamllx' Hus-
Iitlu-I nmln-s an tim- nu
llu rlnllnx- In Inallw-
HICLICX MAR! li WILSON
Buys, lu- llicv lu llvlvn, lzllu-
Il'lll'Il yuu'll lu- sun' In got
IJllR4lllll4 ICIIIZAISI' lll
Flaws Iizlskl-llmll Zig tml Ill--
lburntluy is il !lltlil4'l'Il grill
ml llh lx pmt
Annum! Null 2, ti: lin nm ul
Vlulr 54, tg HI'-1-i'luIn I, 2, Jig
lx 3, -l.
Ili-Y Zi, 4: Nlzlsqun-
' lun- 4
Il's-simla-val, 'lllll'Nll'2 '
Ile- m'l'41xs4-nl lllv N-al in slorluj
'l'lml.'n why lu- tn-ll,
.Kll'plaun- llull 25 .MIn-l'lif-
im: Ntull 2: Hand l, 1, Zi, -I:
If'untlu1ll Squzul lg Ura-ln-atv:
34, 45 'l'r:u-k 21. -1,
lhnlu-l'l.'s gmnl xxlwn it main.-s
lu ilu- lunul,
lmm- un, tnlkh, lvl 5 :iw him
IIHWARIP li. 5lll.I.l.R
lC11lvl'4-el llillll xllllilillllllllll
High S1-lmul us al junim
ll -4 in lallv,
llUNill'll :llxxzlys 1-un -.
Wo XXUIl4ll'l' uluant xxill lu- Ina
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lLu11I I. 2. rig Uluss liuhkvl-
L. -Q Vlzlssir-:ll Vlulr 45
': -a -APHIS 43 Orr-lu-slra
"- 'e "'a 1 2, 31 'Frank
a L' 'l'1-:lm 24, 4.
1- Bulsqllv ln- won Rl
' L " llullywnml lay
I-IXIILIIC JAN!-I HRl'Il'1Nl'I
Art l'luIr I. 23 Vluss lluskvt-
3 -" ll-sm-uw:-s
'a Hlw- 'l lr 2, 31
'M y u-in-'V 1, 1.5 Yullvy
-1 sing, and play :ls
" ' rv, i!'s llurnl lu
Iiuslwllmll 'l'1-am Il: Flml-
33 vlml Clull -lg
ll'Lll'li rlllillll ZZ.
xl zllxxuyra lu- lulppy il
- . urs :almost :Ill ilu-
Class Baski-tlmll 1, 12: fi. .L
K 7 fl 4 1 liesiil lit 4
. . .. i, , . . A ,
Girl Iii-swvi-s 1,3 Varsity liais-
kt-thall Squad 2, Tvzim 3.
Ruth is will-1-fill, tall
Slug him it WQIX, lli:it'r4 suri-
THE RED AND BLACK
By BERNICE BRENNAN
O crowned with fame by standards high,
And spirit always true,
Triadelphia, we sing thy praise,
Our hearts belong to you.
Long may they wave, your colors bright,
In harmony together,
And every heart this motto keep,
"The Red and Black foreverf,
Through four long years within th
,Mid scenes we love so well,
We seek the path of knowledge,
And dishonor do repel.
Weill win athletic vict'ries
And no spirit shall we lack
While fighting for Triadelphia
'Neath colors Red and Black.
O the Red and Black, the Red and Black,
Triadelphia for me.
The friends we make, the knowledge gained,
We owe them all to thee.
Though we loathe the time of leaving,
We will turn our mem'ries back
And recall the days of glaclness
,Neath Triadelphia,s Red and Black.
fCPage 35 J
One DAY we Seniors, without KAP NER hats, went out to BRECKEN's RIDGE in
n, very LIVELY mood for a walk. When we came to a toll bridge the PRICE was so
high that wc started a ROW with the MILLER who was collecting the money. However,
there was one among us who was FAMOUS for carrying large amounts of money with him
and since all others deKLINEd to pay, he produced the KAHLE.
We were warned by an old XVEAVER who lived on the village GREENQEQ below, to
beware of the CLIFf FOR Down we would go if we made a misstep. Our very SOUL Even
quaked at the thought of such doom. We soon met a YOUNG MAN who had been to
the top so we took NEU HART.
"Great SCOTT!" exclaimed someone. "Look at those SPARKS." We beheld a
BLACK. riderless horse crashing over the rocks. We SHOOK with fear but remembered
the PARSON'S motto, "Do ORR die!" which exhibited a BRAND of courage for us
The next people we met were a BANd OV villagers. We met them at the WATER
HOUSE where we refreshed ourselves. One of us found some OLD HAM sandwiches which
we all relished.
As we neared a little TIMBER LAKE, we remembered a boat we had seen back on the
river, so BROEM SENt KALTEN BACH to BAIL 'E QYQ old boat out and bring it up
onto the lake. Our adventures continued. From behind a big moving VAN A MAN was
creeping and we decided that one must BEQEJ CROFTy to escape from him alive. After
awhile we saw a little purple MARTIN which seemed as though its wing was broken. Some-
one suggested, "Let'S TEG 'ER home and a couple of the boys started after it. Soon one of
the girls found that HER BERT is gone and that DAVlej IS lost, too.
As we neared the peak of the mountain, we noticed a bush of BRAD BURY's so we
all sat on an old WALL A CEntury old and ate and sang "Little WHITE LYs." A couple
of HICKS came along and asked us for some money BUT LERn this, we gave them nothing.
"Oh pSHAWl" they exclaimed, "We thought you were the rich crowd we METZ before!"
"WE - I - MERcy no!" we said. They were pretty SLI GuARds, but we had beaten them.
We pointed out to an old man, who had known some of our parents, just which was
jOHN's SON, WILL's SON, JACK's SON, THOMP's SON, ANDER's SON, and
PATTI's SON. He had also known SQEJI and BERT. "MURPHY phakesln lisped the
old man's grandson, "you know a lot of them."
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There was a startling noise and we saw a queer flock of birds which fiew like GIESEfYj
but looked like a cross between a FLEMINGO and a TAYLOR bird. To our sudden surprise,
we noticed that one of the girls was gone so we went to HUNT 'ER. She was soon found
and explained her departure thus: "I was hunting MC CANINJ of crackers-" We at
cn:c poun:ed upon her Efaj TZ and DEVO fu, REd them, and very soon DA KAN was
empty. If it could have spoken it would have undoubtedly said, "Oh, EIMEReckl"
An amorous couple had slipped off to themselves and the youth crooned, UMIEJY yER
sweet! C:in't you like me a biz?" The maid replied, 'Tm a FRAid SER that I can'r,"
One of thc crowd was remonstrating, "Get out of that RUTT ER you'll fall! Don't
GH' T' INGS so mixed up!" Some of us wondered, NKINN EY do it right himself?"
Someone repliel "Well he ought to, if DOEP KEN.v
Sinfc we were all so tired, we started down the trail toward home. It was quite :1
lonlg yay and someone said: "If you'll EBER LEt me ahead I'll get you there quick." Still
we seemed a long way off. "Now, sir!,' we demanded, "KOS fSj U THought we'd be
home- jus. afzer we got :round the CONNER, you'll have to buy us all ice cream COHENs.
Thus re.rcshed, we soon were home and were glad to rest.
iff' -i 3?
I CPa-ge 37 1
REAL BABY DAYS
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51112 prinrr knvlt In fit the ulipprr nn the
rinhvrnnmihh font." I
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Row one-Wilfred Colmar, William Jucrgens, Sam Wallerstcin, David Eddy, jack McAllister,
Angelo Zambito, Glenn Wallace, Harold Schaub, Harvey Nally, Robert Pattison, Harry Heflrin, Donald
Sligar, james johnson.
Row two-William Bycott, Fred Kellmeyer, Herbert Christ, Gene Basle, Floyd Ruth, Charles Barlow,
Leo Buczek, Clyde Walter, Walter Bohlen, Leonard Beltz, Frank Brockardt, William Hager.
Row three-Melvin Burdette, Thomas Elliott, George Brown, Paul Lauffer, Albert Rine, Emmett
Mitchell, Reed Boyd, Dale McGrath, James Walters, Charles Ford, William Mclntire, john Tippmann.
Row four-Robert Helmbrecht, John Sipos, Charles Read, Thomas Symansic, Samuel Selkirk, William
Rider, Howard Amos, William Sparks, Herald Grandstaff, William McLain, Walter Anderson, junior
Row five!-lack Clelland, Hurst Weaver, Atwood Haning, Walter Ambrose, Clyde Casey, james
Keeler, Keith Woodruff, Samuel Nleder, Arch Dorsey, Frank lVlcDonalcl.
TRUE AND FALSE
WALTER AMBROSE is very regular in his school absence.
HOWARD Amos likes mathematics best of all his subjects.
WAI,TER ANIJERSON is going to be six feet tall some day.
CHARLES BARLOW believes in getting on the good side of Mr. Shaver.
GENE BASLE reads detective stories so he can keep track of his two sisters,
LEONARD BELTZ seems to have a winning way with lVlr. Petty.
REED BOYD likes his seat in English class.
FRANK BROCKARDT likes to walk-when he has someone to walk with.
GEORGE BROWN is going to be a fireman when he grows up,
LEO BLJCZEK is going to be Edison's successor.
MELVIN BURDETTE "just loves 'The House of Seven Gables'."
BILLY BYCOTT has never been spanked.
CLYDE CASEY is planning to join the Girl Reserves.
HERBERT CliRlST will turn out to be Lindbergh's mechanic.
JACK CLEI,l.AND sits in the front seat in Chemistry just so he can admire Mr. Shaver.
WILIPRED COLMAR is learning to drive-with one arm.
WILLIAM DIERINGER is going to join Ringling's Circus as a midget.
ARCH DORSEY,S ambition is to be adviser of the bridge club.
DAVID EDDY seems to have a winnin' way with the wimmin'."
THOMAS ELLIOTT uses Princess Pat rouge.
HERAl.D GRANDSTAEF is already a true artist.
WII.LIAM HAGER "shines up" to Miss Roberts.
ATWOOD HANING will be president of France yet.
HARRY HEFFRIN enjoys "keeping up the conversationu with Mr. Petty,
DALE MCGRATH was named after Miss Ross.
CHARLES FORD is Henry Ford's eighth cousin.
lContinuecl on page 1211
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Ron' one-Florence Miner, Dorothy Kriegman, Margaret Pennington, Ruth Boyd, Mary Margaat
Kupsky, Betty Jones, Kathryn McCarter, Betty Hare, Elsa Gundling, Pauline Nichols, Betty Barnard.
Dorothy Oberdick, Margaret Brunette, Virginia Robinson, Margaret Mills.
Row Iwo-Nancy Fuhrman, Geraldine Miedel, Elsie Meyer, May Belle Lively, Thelma Matheny,
Katherine Zimmerman, Dorothy Thonen, Lucille Weeks, Elizabeth Dei, Nancy Jane Cummings, Betty
Dowler, Phyllis Riley, Helen McMasters, Virginia Miller, Carol Williams, Alice Timblin.
Row tlvreeilluth Smith, Sara Spencer, Mary Minor, Elda Mull, Martha Minor, Alene Henderson,
Daisy Gorsuch, Vera Sharpenburg, Sara Porter, Virginia Dow, Virginia Pogue, Avis White, Virginia
Latta, Edna Duval, Sara Jarrett, Geneva McAllister.
Row four-Helen Hawkins, Deane McVey, Vivian Kline, Wilma Mcffallister, Ruth Baker, Mabel
Simms, Ethel Wells, Hazel Johnson, Marie Vermillion, Betty Lou Weisgerber, Martha Schmidt, Betty
Jane Schuppener, Evelyn Rodenback, Katherine Paden, Elizabeth Schaaf, Wilma Schafer.
Row five-Virginia Sampson, Evelyn Ruth, Leota Doman, Lydia Taylor, Isabel Parsons, Vashti
Ayres, Kathryn Gantzer, Willetta Farley, Josephine Rusek, Jeannette Yocke, Wilma Tuttle, Virginia
Yorke, Florence Cheuvront, Lydia Clemens, Margaret Bell, Henrietta Eimer.
Row .fix-Jean MacGregor, Wilda May Nichols, Jean Meyer, Mary Kossuth, Mary Aclah Trussell,
Angela Teater, Mary Allcock, Sara Elizabeth Blake, Margaret Hile, Wanda Davis, Myra Irwin, Mildred
Henderson, Isabel Bickett, Grace Gibson, Sara Abercrombie, Dorothy McPherson.
TRUE AND FALSE
SARA ABERCROMBIE likes company going from the cafeteria every day.
MARY ALLcocK does her own sewing.
VASHTI AYRES just adores having a cousin in school.
RUTH BAKER,S chief ambition is to be a cheerleader.
MARGARET BELL is taking a Home Economics course so she'll be a big help to her mother when she
ISABEL BICKETT will be a Girl Reserve adviser some day.
SARA BLAKE walks to school so she can qualify for a Woodbtiry advertisement.
MARGARET BRUNETTE thinks Mr. Fankhauser is ideal.
RUTH BOYD is learning to make nice cakes and pies for Reed.
BETTY BONIFACE put her hair up.
FLORENCE CHEUVRONT is proud of her French ancestry.
LYDIA CLEMENS missed a word in French class.
NANCY JANE CUMMINGS likes a certain senior,
EDNA DUVAL cloesn't approve of foreign missionaries.
WANDA DAvis was crazy about Spanish-when she took it.
ELIZABETH DEI knows that it pays to have a sense of humor
LEoTA DOMAN is a regular 4-H girl.
VIRGINIA Dow believes in hot lunches.
BETTY Dowi.ER likes the feel of coin in her palm.
HENRIETTA EIMER bothers Miss Winters because she makes so much noise
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WILLETTA FARLEY is an ad for Blondex.
NANCY FUHRMAN is always "busy as a bee."
KATHRYN GANTZER is "someone's girl."
GRACE GIBSON is going to take up chemistry seriously next year.
DAISY GoRsucH is going to be Winnie Lightner II.
ELSA GUNDLING is glad that girls' basketball is stopped.
BETTY HARE likes her Hi-Y pin very much.
HELEN l'IAwIcINs likes hockey because she can take her revenge with her hockey stick.
ALENB HENDERSON is the nity' girl.
MILOREIJ HENDERSON will be a great orator some clay.
Peo HILE is a "round little butterballf'
MYRA IRWIN hates business English.
SARA JARRETT is extremely bold and self-asserting.
HAZEL JOHNSON likes chemistry because she can mix things and "watch them pop."
BETTY JONES will guarantee you upon request that her hair is naturally wavy.
VIVIAN KLINE isn't going to let Latin scare her.
BETTY KNOKE doesn't take boys seriously, they're just one of those things you have to put up with
MARY KOSSUTH wears track medals because she things they are so pretty.
DOROTHY KRIEGMAN finds it a pleasure to work if it's for her editor in the annual.
VIRGINIA LATTA thinks it's a good policy to be on the good side of the teachers.
MAY BELLE LIVELY admires people who "sass the teachers."
JEAN MACGREGOR missed her peppermint patty one day.
DOROTHY MACPHERSON loves debates in sociology.
THELMA MATHENY believes "an apple a day keeps the doctor away."
GENEVA MCALLISTER is going to get that date yet!
WILMA MCCALLLISTER wishes she could serve on the boys' side of the cafeteria.
KATHRYN MCCARTER thinks being tall has its advantages.
HELEN McMAsTERs likes people who give her compacts for Christmas.
ELSIE MEYER likes blonds because of the contrast.
JEAN MEYER is going to Cornell when she graduates.
GERALDINE MIEDEL hasn't a sense of humor.
VIRGINIA MILLER gets her bookkeeping at lunch time.
MARGARET MILLS can afford to be sick, she has so many doctor relatives.
FLORENCE MINER is going to get her hair cut.
MARTHA MINOR looks like Mary.
MARY MINOR looks like Martha.
EDNA MULL dyes her hair.
PAULINE NICHOLS, low heels glide softly as she walks.
WILDA MAY NICHOLS will never have any trouble making her way because of her pleasing voice and win
DOROTHY OBERDICK is never home Wednesday evenings.
KATHERINE PADEN likes to have relatives in school.
ISABEL PARSONS wishes she had red hair, too.
MARGARET PENNINGTON likes Ralph.
VIRGINIA POGUE takes Spanish just to have something to occupy her spare time.
SARA PORTER likes study hall because she Ends it such an incentive to study.
GENEVIEVE POWELL was seen without Isabel Parsons.
PHYLLIS RILEY likes the athletic type.
VIRGINIA ROBINSON thinks all boys require discipline, not coaxing.
EVELYN RODENBACK doesn't use rouge.
JOsEI-HINE RUSEK likes to be a basketball star.
EVELYN RUTH is Floyd's sister.
VIRGINIA SAMPSON likes being in Mr. Fankhauser's home room.
ELIZABETH Sci-IAAF likes school.
WILMA SCHAFER believes in the golden rule.
MARTHA SCHMIDT is a bashful little girl.
BETTY JANE SCHUPPENER likes to stay on the good side of Mr. Petty.
VERA SHARPENBURG knows that gentlemen prefer blondes.
REGINA SMITH misses Miss Ross' "li'l blue bowl" because she can't study without it.
MABEL SIMIvIs thinks it pays to take a business course.
SARA SPENCER likes to giggle.
LYDIA TAYLOR is an advertisement for "Golden Giint Shampoo?
ANGELA TEATER loves to practice on the piano.
DOROTHY THONEN will be the first woman president.
ALICE TIMBLIN tips the scales at 200. '
MARY ADAH TRUSSELL believes in "the undilated truth at all times."
WILMA TUTTLE wishes she were little so she could look up at boys when she's dancing.
CAROL WILLIAMS reviews her French every morning before school.
Avis WHITE can walk home easily in fifteen minutes.
ETHEL WELLS doesn't believe in work.
MARIE VERMILLION doesn't like boa constrictors, even in Captain Nickle's pictures.
LUCILLE WEEKS likes to stay in her home room.
BETTY Lou WEISGERBER believes that "Silence is golden."
KATHERINE ZIMMERMAN needs cave men to protect her because everybody imposes on her.
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Row U1lC"'Tll0lTlilS Roberts, ,lack jewctt, Russell Biery, Kcmpton Knott, Willialimm Ashby, liugvin-
Williai11s, Arden Wilson, Karl Wilsoii, john Weeks, Frank Rice, Paul Eddy, Carl Maupin.
Row tivo---Harold Gieseler, Francis Jarrett, james Mumpcr, Albert Seibert, Shirley Clelland, Adolph
Meder, Robert Doeplcen, Thomas McCombs, Edward Patrick, Edward Mossburg, Paul Miller.
Row ll7V!'t'fEdWLlI'Cl Vance, Walter' Nesperly, Robert Mason, Robert Cox, Donald Powell, john Ault,
Cecil Butler, August Castelow, Homer Sharpenburg, George Peters, Walter Bohlen.
Row four-Alan Korn, Sylvester Naumann, Fred Herman, William Maury, ,lack Smith, Antlruw
Sipos, William Spindler, George Little, Kirk jackson, Irvin Vatz.
Row fivefliarnett jones, Charles McPherson, Oscar Medick, Frank Vargo, Baird Butler, Oliver
Henderson, Earl Schaffer, Clare Billick, Albert Johnson.
Row fix--Donald Rode, jack Peters, Robert Lyon, Williaxn Nagy, Herman jefferson, Merle Wii1tei"x,
William Elpern, Cecil Fisher, Robert Boyd.
Row reven-Robert Cockrell, Willianx Hoffman, Xvilliarn Woodruff, Earl Steele, John Kimosh, Daniel
Holeczy, William Cruse, Robert Byrum.
Othervf-james Chapline, Clyde Freeman, George Savage, George Vieweg.
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Row one-Esther Ackcrmann, Martha Greene, Lulu Campbell, Isabel Fisher, Frances Monroe, June
Durst, Virginia Heusel, Elizabeth Coffey, Mary Esther Stricklin, Jean Handlan, Agra McKinley, Mary
Brasch, Carolyn Bartels, Sara Johnston.
Row two-Elizabeth Bebout, Lillie Delaney, Grace Phillips, Mabel Dague, Elcanore Hicks, Helen
Miller, Decima Dougherty, Elizabeth Trager, Maxine Dolzer, Catherine Freyler, Freda Thompson, Helen
Blum, Mary King, Sue Shaffer, Helen Phillips.
Row three-Edris Taylor, Mary Rice, Ellen Stock, Ruth Henderson, Dorothy Keeny, Aldine Miller,
Dorothy Neidhardt, Dorothy Neuharcl, Virginia Pettit, Dorothy Sharady, Edna Senkbeil, Maclelyn Harris,
Hannah Belle Varcly, Evelyn Bushon.
Row four-Mary West, Helen Smith, Eva Hays, Alberta Schepp, Wilma Seitter, Genevieve Heilman,
Margaret Hartman, Rosalie Helms, Ethel Defibaugh, Alberta Myers, Wilma Meyers, Velma Neuharcl,
Ron' five-Hannah Weeks, Norma Jepson, Ruth Clark, Ora Bayley, Carolyn Behrens, Helen Manion,
Eleanor Gee, Martha Powell, Kathryn Arns, Martha Potter, Dorothy Allen, Evelyn Carter, Nellie Hanfl,
Row six-Charlotte Kent, Wilma Rine, Juliana Zeclnicek, Emma Soltez, Dorothy Scheutzner, Pauline
Kahle, Martha Noble, Vera Blust, Dorothy Reynolds, Doris Wilson, Evelyn Showers, Neda Bine, Jeanne
Others-Tasia Basle, Margaret Caldwell, Virginia Cooke, Patsy Hazlett, Isabelle Stanfliforcl.
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Row one--Reid Anderson, Charles Ross, Alfred Jefferson, Robert Feeters, james Wilson, Frank
McCoy, George Clark, john Colmar, Charles Cox, Nelson Pennington, George Wilson, Raymond Blusr.
Ron' two-f-Einil Freyler, Paul Hand, james Porter, Charles Shaw, Edwin Arkwright, Robert Real.
Marvin Rosenberg, Ray Hamilton, Tom Meder, Roy Porter, Orville Gardner, Mornington Knott, john
Wfaddell, Harry Weisenborn.
Kon' three-john Bobick, Alex Vargo, Charles Neigh, Hugh Nichols, Robert Oldham, Karl Haller,
Allen Stocker, George Paden, Dan Grandstaff, Billy Stanier, George Davis.
Run' four- john Knislca, William Casey, Thomas Patterson, Frank Hare, Charles Prager, Richard
Baird, George Schafer, David Henry, Ned Huntei', Joe Dreyfuss, David Waterman, Fritz Doepkin.
.lr-rome Graff, George Sligar, Charles Kayuha, George Kniska, Robert Orr, Harry Dague, Lorentz Cook,
liugenc Clator, Alfred Kite, james Huff, Howard Kiester, William King, Eugene Armstrong, Roherr Muir,
Ron' fire-V-Edward Ridgely, Wfilliam Hawkins, Willard Bell, james Nelson, Robert Fisher, Allen
O'Neill, blames Boyle, Gomer Jarrett, Paul Hoblitzell, Paul Higgs, Wendel Hand, Isaac Caniphell.
Run' iixfDaniel McAfee, Louis Duffy, Rollie Wood, Thomas Birch, Walter Eheling, William Shook,
john Decarlo, Russell Wallace, joseph Amato, William Martin, Paul Vossen, Erich Sturnmeycr, Dana
Dayton, Woodroe Wilson, Alfred Patrick, Stuart Dague, Harold Ault, Henry Lemmon.
Ol,'7Ff54Alb9fl Emmerth, james Sekoral, George Cooper.
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Row one-Peggy MacGregor, Olga Hediger, Lulu Schafer, Anna Kessler, Mary Kimosh, Helen
Toth, Maxine Westfall, Dolores McGIumphy, Eleanor Kraatz, Helen McGrath, Mary McGregor, Mary
Ellen Wood, Rosine Giesey, Jean Coffindaffer, Jean Archer.
Row Iwo-Mary Ellen Neuhardt, Ruth Kinsburslcy, Margaret Trussell, Virginia Jones, Gibson Cald-
well, Elizabeth Etchison, Alberta Sampson, Lucile White, Juanita Laulfer, June Dietrich, Sarah Jo Davis,
Virginia Clelland, Lenore Peters, Easter Strawn,
Row three-Muriel Reed, Ann Ackermann, Ada Resnick, Ann Louise Laupp, Betty Roberts, Sara
Ann Ryder, Alene Davis, Justine Johnstone, Betty Jeffers, Virginia McColloch, Mary Frances Apperson
Virginia Goodwin, Nova Johnston, Marian Clovis, Dorothy Powell, Maxine Gittings.
Row four-Vera Neuhard, Alice Wadsworth, Ruby Saunders, Eldora Philblad, Lillie Postlewait
Marie Schad, Margaret Freese, Pansy Conaway, Ruth Beltz, Anna Rentchler, Jane Jeslcy, Thelma Johnston,
Betty Craig, Helen Phillips.
Row five-Wilcla Moss, Helen Steenrod, Helen Wagner, Maxine Barber, Kathryn Williams, Sara
Marple, Dorothy Miller, Beatrice Amend, Wanda Holmes, Margaret Cummings, Helen Davis.
Row six-Evelyn McClure, Helen Hoffer, Margaret Huffman, Dorothy Hoffman, Lucile McClure
Hilda Straub, Audrey Trenton, Elsie Moore, Jane Basle, Margaret Heifner, Helen Onislco, Ruth Besco,
Row seven-Estella Barte, Eleanor Shaclcelford, Hilda Thompson, Betty Amos, Kathleen Conner,
Marjorie Metzner, Irene Stauver, Alice Riley, Helen Depto, Leona Gruse.
Row eight-Virgil Campbell, Dorothy Kimmins, Hilda Teater, Marcella Boyd, Betty Wilson, lvie
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MU' I Q D.A.R.Award
The annual aim of the American History
, L students is to win the medal awarded each
year by the Daughters of the American
Revolution. The student averaging the
highest grade receives the medal. Last year
Donald Gibson received it.
The state Latin contest, sponsored by the
State Educational Association, was entered
by Elizabeth Crawford, Jean MacGregor
and Ruth Hicks. Elizabeth Crawford
' placed second in Cicero and Ruth Hicks
placed first in Latin I. The contest was
iv held April 13, 1930.
jane Malseed and Donald Gibson received the Hi-Y cups last year. This honor is given
to the boy and girl who have proved themselves worthy by their efficiency. The qualifications
for candidates are based on a 50-point scale: 10 points for personal habits, such as morality,
cleanliness, no smoking, health, and postureg 10 points for attitude towards study and activi-
tiesg 8 points for dependabilityg 5 for honestyg 5 for leadershipg 5 for co-operationg 3 for
punctualityg 2 for scholarshipg 2 for religion or attitude toward church work. Each teacher
votes for one boy and one girl and the votes are tabulated to decide the three boys and three
girls with the most votes. A Hi-Y committee also recommends three boys and three girls.
The twelve students are finally voted on by the faculty. Formerly the award was based on
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Donald Gibson ....7.,,
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Elizabeth Crawford ,........
Grace Gibson ..,.,..,..
Ruth Baker ,........,,
Edna Duval r....,,,,.
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Virginia Heusel. .,.,t..,. .
Esther Aclcermann ,,.....,....i.,...
HIGHEST FIRST SEMESTER AVERAGES 1931
Elizabeth Crawford ........
Ruth Hicks. ..,,........r
Elizabeth Hunter ........
Agnes Breckenridge ,,......
Julia Jackson ..,.,..,.,,,.
Myra Irwin ...,,
Ruth Baker ......
Ethel Wells. ..,.,
Wanda Davis. ,,,r.
Dorothy N euhard ...,,..
Robert Cox. .,...,....,
Mary King. .,.,.......
Wilma Seitter .,...r.r..
Eleanore Hicks. .a.,,. .
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Ann Louise Laupp .,..,r., -.
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MARCELLA VENNUM LILLIAN KRAFT
In the 1930 West Virginia State Contest in Typewriting, Triadelphia placed in several
events. Marcella Vennum placed first in the advanced class, individual, with 65 5f15 words
per minute. Our advanced team composed of Marcella Vennum and Lillian Kraft placed hrst
with 621f15 words. Our novice team, Wilda May Connelly and Mary Stewart, placed
second with 42 3f15 words and Marcella Vennum was second in the free-for-all with 65 5X 15
COLONIAL DAMES ESSAY CONTEST
The Society of Colonial Dames is sponsoring an essay contest for high school students.
Elizabeth Dei is the only entrant from Triadelphia. The contestants may choose either "Col-
onial Wars" or "Times That Try Men's Souls." Elizabeth has chosen the former.
Two representatives were sent from Triadelphia to the sectional literary contest at West
Liberty, March 29, 1930. Clara Belle Kinsey, junior, entered the oratorical contest and took
second place. Only those who were first in each event went to the finals at Morgantown.
jean MacGregor, sophomore, entered the essay contest.
MISS COX'S PARTIES
In order to raise the grades of the boys of T. D. H. S., Miss Dess Cox, boys' study hall
teacher gives a party every month. It is the privilege of every boy, averaging 9074 to attend.
These parties have helped to raise the boys' grades. Since they were started last year, the num-
ber has risen from six the hrst party to thirty-one in November this year.
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Keeping out of a rut and at the same time making the paper useful and interesting
is a big job for the Triadelphian Staff but this yearis results have been profitable and enter-
taining under the leadership of Ruth Hicks, editor-in-chief and Miss May Hervey, adviser.
The paper was published every two weeks this year, making fourteen publications in all.
The staff is made up of students who are taking journalism or have previously had
The editorial board was composed of Bernard Cohen, Dorothy Kriegman, Ruth Oldham
and Elsa Gundling who had all previously studied journalism.
The reporters were: Sam Wallerstein, Jean MacGregor, Mary A. Trussell, Elizabeth
Dei, Louis Kossuth, Nell Steger, Cope Famous, Evelyn Carter, William Murphy, Jane Burk-
halter, Wilda May Nichols and Joan Etz.
Seated-Miss Hervey, S. Wallersrein, R. Hicks, D. Kriegman, B. Cohen.
Standing-J. MacGregor, M. A. Trussell, E. Dei, L. Kossuth, N. Steger, R. Oldham, E. Gundling,
C. Famous, E. Carter, W. Murphy, J. Burkhalter, W. Nichols.
Under the efficient advisership of Miss Dale Ross, with Ruth Oldham, editor-in-chief,
the 1931 Annual was published.
The staff was made up of the following editors: Nell Steger, seniors, jean MacGregor,
faculty and classes, Jack Waterhouse, sports, Jane Burkhalter, activities, Cope Famous, or-
ganizations, Sam Wallerstein, lcodaks and humor.
The assistant editors from whom the editor-elect is chosen, were Dorothy Clifford, Eliza-
beth Dei, Elsa Gundling, Dorothy Kriegman, Wilda May Nichols and Mary Adah Trussell.
The art work of the book was in charge of Robert Banov, Harry Gorby and Ethel Weimer.
The staff takes this opportunity to thank Arthur McCann and Herald Grandstaff for
their art work and Agnes Breckenridge for her work on the senior section.
Left to Right-D. Kriegman, E. Dei, J. Burkhalter, N. Steger, D. Clifford, R. Banov, S. Wallerstein,
C. Famous, H. Gorby, J. Waterhouse, E. Weimer, E. Gundling, M. A. Trussell, J. MacGregor, W.
Nicholsg at center, Miss Ross, R. Oldham.
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la-fi to Riglnglj. Kriegman, W. M. Nichols, MacGregor, R. Hicks, li. Dei, N. Steiger, Nl. A.
ilirussell, R. Oldham.
uill and Scroll
The Quill and Scroll is the national honorary society for high school journalists. lt is
open to juniors and seniors who are in the Lipper third of their class, who are recommende-.l
hy their adviser and whose worlc is accepted hy a national committee as satisfactory.
lVliss May Hervey, instructor in journalism and adviser for the paper. is also adviser for
the Quill and Scroll.
The Quill and Scroll sponsors contests several times during a school year, which include
editorial writing, news writing, news judgment, writing headlines, writing, an interview, feature
writing or current news.
ln the second contest given january 26, Bill Murphy placed third in the Southeastern
states section in feature writing, and Ruth Hicks received honorable mention in the headline
writing contest in the same district. All contest manuscripts are sent to Des lVloines, lowa,
which is the national headquarters of the society. The Quill and Scroll, the magazine puh-
lished hy the national department, is in our own lihtary and is valuable reading for journalism
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The Warwood speakers appeared in chapel November 25 and reminded us again of the
good friendship that does exist, and we hope will continue to exist, between the two schools.
The speakers were Eleanor Steber and Leonard Rowley. Agnes Breckenridge and William
Doepken represented Triadelphia at Warwood before the annual Warwood and Triadelphia
turkey day football game.
Forrest Kirkpatrick, dean of freshmen at Bethany College, spoke before the student body,
and after chapel he spent about one hour and a half discussing with the seniors the courses
and scholastic activities at Bethany.
John Handlan, a representative from Oglebay Park, gave the students some idea of the
functioning of the nature training camp held each Summer at the park and told of some of
the interesting parts of our state that the members go to see.
Then last but h0t least on "moving up" day the class presidents delivered an oration
or talk just as they chose. It was ably done by David Waterman, freshman, Robert Doepken,
sophomore, Samuel Selkirk, junior, William Doepken, senior.
Band and Piano Contests
Triadelphia's band entered the state band contest which was held at Charleston on
April 27. The contest is under the auspices of National High School Band Contests and
qualifies the winner to enter the national contest.
Mr. Stefano Ceo sponsored during the first week of May a piano contest. The students
who entered were divided into two classes: first, those who have had at least three or four
years, instruction and can read at sight third or fourth grade music, second, those who have
one year's instruction and are able to read elementary work.
Each entrant was permitted to play one specified selection and one of his own choosing.
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Mr. Louis Williams
Mr. Louis Williams, an outstanding scientihc demonstrator, gave a demonstration in
chapel january 9. Mr. Williams performed experiments giving chemical and electrical
effects, also wonders of electricity and high voltage and the interesting effects given with
light, radio and the gyroscope.
Mr. Williams was fortunate enough to have exceptionally amateurish aid, which included
Howard Miller, Charles Kaltenbach, Robert Banov and Norval Kahle. This was Mr.
Williams' second appearance at Triaclelphia. He was here two years ago.
The Bishop's Candlesticks
Victor Hugo lends plot from "Les M iserablesn for the theme of the one-act play, "The
Bishop's Candlesticks," which was presented in chapel, January 20 by the older members
of the Ohio County 4-H club. The play was directed by Miss Adele Bigelow and was
announced and prompted by Wilda May Nichols.
The cast included: the Bishop, James Orr, Persome, Helen North, the Convict, Frank
Simms, the Maid, Elizabeth Shields, the Gendarme, Charles Rogers.
The Frivolities of 1931
"The Frivolities of l93l", sponsored by the Girl Reserves, opened its doors Friday
evening, January 23 at 7:30. This entertainment was in the nature of a circus which proved
a new and interesting one for Triadelphia students. There was the main ring that pro-
vided entertainment, the side shows, which included such things as fortune telling, fish
ponds, where you could catch whales, and the nigger babies, where you might practice your
throwing skill. At intermissions popcorn, candy, hot dogs and esltimo pies were passed
by clowns and waitresses.
Sarah Ann Whiteley, as treasurer for the Girl Reserves, was responsible for the entire
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The Commerce Club Plays
The Commerce Club used Gregg shorthand as a theme for one of their two one-act plays
presented in chapel january 9.
The first, "Hooks and Crooksv, by Rufus Stickney, dealt with the office clerk who, with
the aid of a bored stenographer, tries to secure papers which will enable another company to
beat the boss in bidding for a contract. The stenographer who stands by the boss turns out to
be the one girl for him.
The cast included: George R. Berry, David Eddyg Mary Douglas, Elsa Gundlingg Phyllis
Kirk, Dorothy Kriegmang Stephen Jordan, Jerome Kriegman.
In the second play, "The Potter Pancake Company", by Norman Balch, the timid heir
guided by a tyrant father gets past the gold-digger and lands successfully at the feet of the
best girl in the world.
The cast included: Mr. Peter Potter, George Baileyg Virginia Lowe, Clara Kinsey,
Pauline Reed, Margaret Pennington, Charlie Potter, Andrew Butler.
Wonders of the Wilds
By Captain Burr Nickle
On February 24, the students and parents in chapel were confronted by a three-eyed
lizard, sea elephants, the only land animals who have changed to the water as their abode,
boa constrictors and other freaks and peculiarities of nature, but notwithstanding they were
very brave because they knew it was only Captain Burr Nickle presenting his wild movie
"Wonders of the Wilds."
Captain Nickle entertained with a five-reel picture trip through Mexico, Borneo, China
and India. He showed remote places, oddities of nature and humans, perhaps the most
primitive in the world, along with scenes that had never before been viewed by a white man.
This was the first chapel to which a special invitation was issued to parents of the students,
and on this occasion the senior parents were cordially invited to attend chapel and stay for
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On October 31, clowns, Dutch boys and girls, pirates, gentlemen with silk hats, ghosts,
sailors, Scotch highlanders, waiters, Mexicans, witches and Arabs all gathered in the gym to
celebrate Hallowe'en and to hold the annual Senior-Junior Masque. Nancy Row was the
girl chosen for the prettiest costume, Zorn Day, as the boy, Miss Margaret McClannahan, as
che funniest girl, Wilfred Colmar, as the boyg George Bailey, the most original.
The music was furnished by Louis Diehl. The advisers for the masque were Miss Ruby
Stewart, Miss May Hervey, Miss Margaret Moore, Miss Dale Ross.
These teachers each advised a large committee of senior students who looked after
invitations, refreshments, entertainment and decorations.
The Christmas season was marked by a dance, December 12, sponsored by the Hi-Y.
Angelo Purpura's Paramount Recording orchestra furnished the dance music. The dance was
held in the gym which was decorated in Christmas colors. The fun lasted from 8 o'clock
to ll, with refreshments served at a late intermission. Jack Waterhouse, president of the
Hi-Y, was quite enthused over the dance and remarked that it was "a bigger and better dance,
because the orchestra is one of the best in the Wheeling district."
Once again during a festive season, this time it was during the St. Patrick's era, the
Hi-Y gave a dance, but lo and behold! in aihliation with the Robot Club. This was the first
time that two clubs have gone together and jointly put on a dance. This Hi-Y-Robot affair was
under way the evening of March 13, in the gym. Green and white was the color scheme
for the decorations.
Once again Angelo Purpura's Paramount orchestra played dance music for Tridel lads
and lassies and was just as successful in helping them have a good time.
The Classical Club this year introduced a new form of social entertainment in a Roman
banquet. The banquet took place on April 30, and was as nearly Roman as possible. The
students wore togas and a few reclined at dinner in regular fashion. Between the courses
the slaves ffreshmen students who are interested in Latin played that partj washed the diners'
hands, and they also served the courses.
There was a lot of work to stage such a function and the various committees who were
advised by Miss Katherine Metzner and Miss Virginia Prickett are to be complimented on
their thorough and successful
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Left to Right-G. Bailey, H. Black, Taylor, L. Kossuth, M. Talbott, L. Doeplcen, Kriegman,
The Thespians, the National Honorary Society for high school dramatists, has an active
but young troupe at Triadelphia.
It has been recognized at last that students should be rewarded for excellent participation
in dramatic activities, and to that end the Thespians aim. Anyone who has played in a
major role of a long play or in two one-act plays with merit, is eligible for membership and
anyone who does exceptional worlc on the stage crew or as stage manager is eligible.
This year there are two advisers for the Thespians, Miss Sarah White and Miss Vir-
ginia Priclcett. Norval Davis was elected president with Harold Black, vice president and
Louis Kossuth, secretary-treasurer.
A large part of the membership at present is seniors so, with this year's graduation, the
club will have to he practically rebuilt.
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Triadelphia talent along dramatic lines finds expression through the Masquers. This
Club, open to juniors and seniors, has experienced a very successful season, having presented
a one-act play in chapel, three one-act plays to the public and a feature on stunt night.
The plays in chapel were: "The Trysting Place"-Booth Tarkington, to the public:
"The Game of Chess"-Kenneth Sawyer Goodman, "Apartments to Let"-Elliott Nugent
and Howard Lindsay, "When the Clock Strikes"-John Parrish.
The club was rather slow in getting started at the beginning of the year because of
uncertainty as to who would succeed Miss Eflie Anderson as adviser. It was decided the
leadership of the Masquers would be given to Miss Sarah White and Miss Virginia Priclcett,
who have proved their capability.
To be granted membership you must first be a junior or senior, then you must pass a
tryout and then as a final test you must be voted in by the entire Club. The initiation consists
of a banquet and the presentation of an original play before the old members. The play
this year was "Oh!,' written by Mary Adah Trussell and Elsa Gundling. The cast included:
the wife, Elsa Gundling, the husband, George Bailey, the maid, jane Meyer, the lover,
Andrew Butler, triplets, Daisy Gorsuch, Margaret Hile and William McLain.
Ofiicers for this year were: President, Louis Kossuth, vice president, Marie Talbott,
secretary-treasurer, June Taylor.
The members of the Masquers as they appear on the page opposite are: M. Hile, M. A.
Trussell, E. Rodenbaclc, C. Walters, Kriegman, C. Blayney, E. Gundling, L. Kossuth,
J. Taylor, G. Bailey, Orr, M. Talbott, S. A. Whiteley, Meyer, R. Foose, A. McCann,
A. Butler, N. Davis, Soule, B. Cohen, D. Gorsuch, R. Smith, M. Kossuth, W. McLain,
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The Masquers opened their dramatic season with "The Trysting Place" by Booth Tark-
ington, presented in chapel on December 9. This was the first play directed at Triadelphia by
Miss Sarah White and Miss Virginia Prickett, the new advisers for the Masquers.
The light plot deals with the love toils of one young Lancelot Briggs with Mrs. Curtis,
a young, sophisticated widow. Rupert Smith is an ardent suitor for the hand of Jessie Briggs,
Lancelot's sister and an heiress. Mr. Ingaldsby, an active old gentleman, seeks out the dig-
nified Mrs. Briggs and the Voice held the audience spellbound with its dramatic quality.
With so many matches in the making "The Trysting Place" proves an adequate name for the
The cast included: Lancelot Briggs, Andrew Butler, Mrs. Fannie Briggs, June Taylor,
Jessie Briggs, Jane Meyer, Rupert Briggs, Jerome Kriegmang Mrs. Curtis, Marie Talbott:
Mr. Ingaldsby, William McLain, the Voice, Bernard Cohen.
Apartments to Let
On March 20 the Masquers presented their annual three one-act plays, under the
direction of Miss Virginia Prickett and Miss Sarah White.
The first we will consider is the drama "Apartments to Let" by Elliott Nugent and
Howard Lindsay. In the play a gullible husband, Horace Green, is played upon by two very
clever girls Laurel Branch and Vera Blake and by a socially ambitious wife, Clarissa Green.
The aim of the girls is to sublet an apartment, that they pay S250 a month for, for 5500 a
The cast included: Horace Green, Clyde Walter, Laurel Branch, Marie Talbott, Vera
Blake, Mary Kossuthg Clarissa Green, Daisy Gorsuch.
This play marked the initial appearance of Mary Kossuth, Daisy Gorsuch and Clyde
Walter in Triadelphia dramatics.
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When the Clock Strikes
The second of the three one-act plays is "When the Clock Strikes" by john Parrish.
This is a burlesque on the modern detective story involving John Jones, a police com-
missioner, Mr. Percy Van Dyke, jr., who is frequently drunk, Mary Riley, the intellectual
and sophisticated eight-year-old child, Mr. and Mrs. Van Dyke, sr., Madam Bozo, the
phrenologist, and Rajah, the butler.
The cast included: Mr. Van Dyke, sr., Arthur McCann, Rajah, John Souleg Mrs. Van
Dyke, Sarah Ann Whiteleyg John Jones, George Bailey, Mr. Percy Van Dyke, jr., Chester
Blayneyg Mary Riley, Regina Smithg and Madam Bozo, Margaret Hile.
The Game of Chess
The last play "The Game of Chess," by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman is a heavy tragedy.
The plot centers around a czar and a peasant, Boris, who endeavors to kill the czar.
The czar outwits the peasant by telling him that they are brothers having played together as
children of foster parents. The czar suggests that they both take poison and end it all, and
they do. The czar has accustomed himself to poison and is not affected but Boris dies.
Thus ends the tragedy.
The cast included: Czar Alexis Alexandrovitch, Louis Kossuthg Boris Shamroyefl, Ber-
nard Coheng Constantine, James Orr, a footman, Bill -Iuergens.
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Ron' One-J. Orr, R. Banov, C. Blayney, Miss McGranahan lAdviserl, Waterhouse, G. Bailey,
Row TWOIC. Cox, W. Sparks, P. Miller, S. Selkirk, F. Herman, G. Peters, B, Cohen, N. Davis,
Boys' Glee Club
The Boys' Glee Club, like the Girls', is under the direction of Miss Bess McGranahan
and is doing its best to develop vocal talent among Triadelphia boys.
This year the boys were a little slow in organizing, but after the election of officers,
interest was renewed and the boys appeared in chapel and at Elm Grove Junior High. They
also held a joint social function with the Girls' Glee club.
Bill Murphy as president was a boon to the club, with jack Waterhouse, vice presidentg
Sam Selkirk, secretaryg and Paul Miller, treasurer.
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Row One-V. Latta, L. Campbell, V. Heusel, H. lVlclVlasters, S. Blake, E. Carter, D. Wilson
Row Two-M. Potter, J. Meyer, S. Whiteley, E. Crawford, E. Coffey, Miss McGranahan, E
Gundling, P. Nichols, M. Schmidt, M. Simms.
Row Three-C. Arns, D. Gorsuch, J. Meyer, M. Powell, N. Steger, L. Fraser, I. Fisher, Taylor
D. Kline, Jackson, Durst, l. Biclcett, G. Orr.
Girls' Glee Club
The Girls' Glee Club, directed by Miss Bess McGranahan, gives talented girls a chance
to display their ability along vocal lines.
The club was organized in 1916 and since that time has been an active organization.
This year the Club appeared in chapel and at Stone Church and to balance the social
side they entertained new members with a banquet and held a joint dinner with the Boys'
In the election this year, jane Meyer was chosen president, Sarah Ann Whiteley, vice
president, Elsa Gundling, secretary-treasurer, and June Taylor, monitor.
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Row Once-Nl. Kossuth, W. Moss, Mr. Ceo QDirectorl, O. Nlecliclc, B. Craig.
Row Two-V. Parsons, M. Kapner, R. Oldham, E. Hiclcs.
Row Tlvreegj. Yoclce, Graff, H. Gorby, R. Wilson, Dreyfuss, Clelland, R. Henderson, G.
Peters, F. Brocltardt, S. Davis, B. Miller, M. Hand, G. Caldwell.
Row I"ourfE. Patrick H. Barber, R. Cox, A. Butler lVice Presidentl G. Bailey lpresidentl, W.
Hand, A. Wfilson lProperiy Managerl, W. Ashby, T. Birch, E. Arlcwright, G. Davis, G. Schafer, C.
At lllilllliij. Madden QSecretaryl, K. Freyler.
Other rf -G. Vieweg.
Triadelphia's orchestra, one to he proud of, has appeared in chapel six times and has
hroadcasted over WWVA on three Sunday afternoon programs.
Under the direction of Mr. Stefano Ceo, the orchestra as an organization, has talccn
its place as an indispensihle factor in school life.
The organization produces music for programs and develops in the student body, as well
as the music students, an appreciation for music.
The orchestra aims to enlarge to the symphonic unit, to sponsor music memory contests,
the first of which was held in the auditorium on the Tuesday of Music Week. The winner
was selected as the one who ohtained the highest score in recognizing 25 selections played hy
Selections studied hy the orchestra arc:
First Symphony . ..... . . L. Van Beethoven
Nordic Symphony . Howard Hanson
. Cesar Frank
Symphony in D minor
Sinfonietto Fran: Sclmber!
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First Row-G. Bailey, A. Butler, H. Heffrin, J. Dreyfuss, B. Butler, K. Wilson, D. Staton
G. Kniska, E. Claytor, K. Haller, R. Cox.
Second Row-R. Eberle, J. Wilson, W. Bohlen, E. Freyler, J. Soule, C. Maupin, A. Wilson
E. Mossburg, W. Juergens, F. McCoy, D. Henry, W. Hand, Clelland, C. Blayney, C. Walters
Third Row-bl. Jones, G. Clark, G. Peters, W. Colmar, R. Oldham, R. Helmbrecht, M. Burdette
I. Vatz, E. Patrick, W. Hager, Mr. Stefano Ceo llnstructorl, W. Ashby, H. Keister, G. Cooper, XV
Maury, H. Gieseler.
Top Row-R. Orr, D. Waterman, H. Gorby, C. Burlcham, E. Schafer, P. Scott, G. Vieweg, l.
Beltz, J. Porter, D. Dayton, E. Arkwright, E. Steele, T. Bircle, W. Woodruff.
The Band, along with the orchestra, is a valuable organization of instrumental music.
Triadelphia has had for the last five years one of the best concert and parade bands in the
Ohio Valley. The ability and effort put forth in this organization was climaxed when with
the increased number of 60 players they entered the West Virginia State School Band Contest
at Charleston, the 25th of April.
The Band had a good following which helped to malce a successful season. This year
they appeared in ten concerts at West Liberty College, Wheeling High School, Warwood
High School, Bellaire High School, three junior highs of the district, the Kiwanis Club, Ma-
sonic Forum, Community Club of Elm Grove and two broadcasting programs over WWVA.
Concert selections include:
Phedre.. .. . . . . . . Masseicel
Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna ........ F. Von Suppe
Don Quixote .... . .. .. .... .. ..... WV. F. Lafraneck
Light Cavalry ..... . . . WF. Von Suppe
Faust Selection .... ....... ........ . . . . ..... . . ..... ..
Entry of the Gods into Valhalla ..... .................. .......,.... ..... .
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Row One-E. Clator, D. Baird, A. Carn, A. Zambito, F. Herman, H. Nally, Coach Frum, F. Ruth,
II. Sligar, M. Sonneborn, J. McCallister, W. Cruse, R. Feeters.
Row Two-E. Ridgely, H. Heffrin, T. 1VlcCombs, T. Margraff, S. Selkirk, G. Seibert, A. Castilow,
H. Schaub, A. McCann, G. Wallace, W. Doeplcen, P. Miller, A. Meder, C. Shaw, C. Kayuha, E.
Freyler, W. Ashby.
Row Three-E. Basle, D. Grandstaff, T. Symansic, W. Maury, R. Biery, R. Thompson, D. Rhoades,
H. jefferson, H. Weaver, J. Chaplain, A. Haning, D. Eddy, J. Waterhouse, W. Murphy, O. Mediclc,
R. Doepken, P. Voessen, K. jackson, J. Kriegman.
Row Four--Mr. Ed. McKee lTrainerl, Coach Christie, D. McBride, N. Hunter, J. Sekoral, R.
Byrum, F. Vargo, J. Johnson, R. Cox, D. Nickison, R. Oldham, R. Orr, C. Cox, W. Juergens, S. Elpern.
The successful 1930 season of Triadelphia's squad opened with a good start with
approximately sixty boys reporting to Coaches john Frum and Paul Christie.
The Triads began their season on September 27 by making 26 points against Central's 0.
On October 4, the team defeated Wellsburg, 32 to 7. The first defeat of the season came
on October 18, when Weirton won with a score of 13-0. The next game, which was played
October 25, showed that the Triad boys wanted to redeem themselves when they ran through
New Cumberland for a 44-0 victory. The Frummen enjoyed a well-earned rest the next
Saturday. The following weelc, a game against Bridgeport was played and won by the latter's
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team in the last half by 20-7. On November 8, the battle was with Linsly, but the Cadets
won with a score of 13-6. The next game was the success of the season. Although the Triads
were defeated 7-0 by Wheeling, it was considered a great gain over the previous scores of
65-0 and 32-0. Another well-earned rest came when the squad was taken to Morgantown
to watch the W. V. U.-Kansas Aggies game, November 22. The last fight of the season
was another cold Thanksgiving Day game played at Garden Park in Warwood in zero
weather. Warwood's winning a 6-0 victory made it much colder. This game made the War-
wood-Tridel rivalry a tie, as each team has won five games out of ten which they have played
against each other.
The varsity season has come to a close. The team won three games and lost five.
The Creampuffs, coached by Paul Christie, also had a successful season having defeated
the Wheeling lightweights twice, the first game, 7-0 and the second, 12-0. The team played
the Central lightweights and defeated them 18-0. The freshmen went against Madison or
the Wheeling freshmen and were defeated 18-6 the first game but won the second by 12-0.
The entire football squad, Board of Education, P. E. King, S. S. Jacob, jr., coaches,
student manager and trainer, Mr. Edward McKee were entertained with a banquet given in
the school cafeteria, December 2. The dinner was preceded by speeches made by the follow-
ing: Co-Captains James Sligar and William Doepken, Student Manager Jerome Kriegman
and Creampuff Captain Tommy Margraff.
The 1930 squad was also the first squad to use the new field house which has all the
latest equipment and is classed as the best field house in this part of the state.
The boys receiving letters in chapel January 14, were: James Sligar, William Doepken,
George Seibert, David Eddy, Harold Shaub, Arthur McCann, Glen Wallace, Angelo Zambito,
Fred Herman, Harvie Nally, Floyd Ruth, Morton Sonneborn, Jack McAllister, Bill Rider,
Tommy Symansic, and Jack Waterhouse. The boys who will be lost this year are: Robert
Thompson, Atwood Haning, David Eddy, Jack Waterhouse, Bill Murphy, George Seibert,
Arthur McCann, William Doepken, James Sligar and Morton Sonneborn.
Although there are some valuable men lost this year, it looks as though Triadelphia
is going to have excellent material next year. Since the line alone averaged 175 pounds this
year with inexperienced men and about the same average for the coming year with Zambito,
Herman, Nally, Ruth, Rider, Basle and McAllister, all experienced, there isn't much need
for worry. The backfield, with Sysmanic, Schaub, Wallace, Miller, Selkirk, Castilow and
Meder to select from, is quite promising. The Triads also have the Creampuffs who will
graduate to the first squad and will make good practice material and some first string men.
The present manager, Jerome Kriegman, will leave his duties to Managers William juergens
and Kirk Jackson.
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Row Om'-C. Fisher, F. McDonald, P. Miller, A. Castilow, A. Meder, C. Read.
Row Two--W. Rider, S. Selkirk, H. Schauh, W. Doepken, Walter, T. McCombs, F. Kellmeyer.
Row Three---K. jackson lAssistant Managerj, F. Levy lAssistant Managerl, Coach R. P. Christie,
A, McCann, S. Meder, G. Wallace, W. Murphy, Coach C. Petty, Kriegnian lstudent Managerl.
The season for the 1931 basketball team opened when Triadelphia niet Linsly, January
2, on the Oalc Park floor. The result of this game was in favor of Linsly who made 24 points
against the Triads' 17. A game with Moundsville, january 3, ended with Triadelphia 19
and Moundsville 16. Warwood lost by 32-10 on January 9, but Weirton won 24-17 on
january 16. Triadelphia played their sixth game with Wheeling, who won by 30-14.
A trip to New Martinsville was taken january 23. There the boys lost to Magnolia
32-23. The team then went to Sistersville and on January 24 won 24-22. At Warwood
on January 30, the Triads again were victorious with a score of 21-8. When playing Bellaire
on january 31, the latter won by 29-19. On February 6, another game with Sistersville was
played with the Triads again winning 30-21.
The team went to Bethany on Saturday, February 7, and won by 39-23. Playing Mag-
nolia again, the game was lost 30-17 on Friday, February 13. Linsly was the winner again
when they defeated the Triads by 21-39. Wellsburg, having already won one game from
Triadelphia, played the second game, but lost 29-15, on February 20 on the Oak Park floor.
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On Saturday, February 21, a game at Wheeling was played with the Wheeling High
School team, who won 38-19. Bethany played on the Triads' floor on February 27. This
game ended with a score of 37-31. Triadelphia's basketball team played their last game of
the season on February 28. The game was played with Martins Ferry who won 35-28.
The boys receiving basketball letters in chapel, March 24, were: Bill Doepken, center,
Harold Schaub, guard, James Walter, guard, Sam Sellkirk, forward, Thomas McCombs,
center, Fred Kellmeyer, forward, Bill Rider, guard.
The basketball schedule for 1931-32 is: January 1, Linsly at Linsly, January 2, Mounds-
ville at home, january 8, Warwood, at Warwood, January 9, Weirton at home, January 15,
Wellsburg at home, January 16, Wheeling at Wheeling, January 22, Magnolia at Magnolia,
january 23, Sistersville at Sistersville, January 29, Warwood at home, January 30, Bellaire at
Bellaire, February 5, Sistersville at home, February 6, Central at Central, February 12,
Magnolia at home, February 13, Linsly at home, February 19, Wellsburg at Wellsburg, Feb-
ruary 20, Wheeling at home, February 26, Central at home, February 27, Martins Ferry at
On March 6 and 7 the sectional basketball tournament took place at the Madison
Although the Triads had a better yearly record than last year, they did not do quite as
well in the tournament. Last year's team played against Wheeling in the finals.
This year, the Triads drew a "bye" in the first round and then met the strong Weirton
team in the tri-Hnals. flt had been forecasted that the Weirton team would meet Wheeling
in the f1nals.j The Triads were defeated by a score of 23-30.
Triadelphia has been a "strong tournament team" having been the "dark horses" for
several years. Last year the team placed second and the year before at the Wellsburg tour-
nament, third, which made them eligible for the state tournament at Buckhannon.
The tournament was won by Wheeling who has won for the last five consecutive years.
Union placed second, Weirton third, and Bethany's fighting team, which was the sensation
of the tournament, placed fourth.
Triadelphia was represented by Sam Selkirk in the foul shooting contest. The contest
being won by a boy from New Cumberland, after tying twice for first place with the Bethany
The Triadelphia cheering section which consisted of approximately 100 out of 666 fthat
being better than the average attendance at gamesj , was very sorry that a cheering cup was not
given. Triadelphia seemed to have a chance to win a cup because they did most of the cheer-
ing and no "razzing."
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Ron' One-V -Z, Day, nl. Orr, A, Meder, E. Patrick, H. Schaub, H. Grandstaff, P. Scott, J. McAllister.
Row Tivo -A, Cfastilow, P. Miller, T. Mccombs, S. Sellcirlc, F. McDonald, F. Herman, F. Vargo,
Run' 'flvrce-J. Kriegman, T. Symansic, C. Read, R. Foose, G. Findley, W. Murphy.
Ron' lfuur--R. Eherle, S. Nleder, 1-. Doeplcen, G, Bailey, A. McCann.
1930 Track Review
Triaclelphizfs 1930 track season was a successful one. The Triads began the season by
scoring in every event and taking 10 first places in the meet with Bellaire and Moundsville
on April 5 at Triadelphia. The Triads made a score of 90 points against Be1laire,s 87, and
The Triads again took first place on April 12, when they made 88 points in the meet
with Linsly, who made 46 pointsg Wellsburg, 44 poinrsg Moundsville, 42 pointsg and St.
Clairsville, 2 points.
Again in the lead on April 19, Triadelphia made 93 1 42 points against Wheeling's 803
lV1oundsville's 36 1 12 and St. Clairsville,s 1.
Ar the Wheeling stadium, the Ohio Valley Athletic Association meet toolc place on
April 26, Triaclelphia made a score of 5919f'20 points, taking hrst place for the fourth
time. Bellaire placed second with 391f2 pointsg Wellsburg, 37 1f5g Wheeling, 319f20g
Nloundsville 19 3,443 1.insly, 19 1f5g Follansbee, 103 Cameron, 6 19f20g Union, 05 and St.
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The Intelligencer meet took place at Wheeling on May 3. At this meet, Parkersburg
led with a total of 46172 points, Bellaire ranked second with a score of 363 Washington,
Pennsylvania, 25, Triadelphia, 23172, Wellsburg, 225 Marietta, Ohio, 18, Linsly 175
Wheeling, 165 Moundsville, 13 1725 Weirton, 7 172, Follansbee, 6, Trinity, 53 Cameron, 2,
Martins Ferry, 1g Dayton, Ohio, 0, Magnolia, 03 and Sistersville, 0.
On May 10, the West Virginia Sectional meet was held in Wheeling with Wheeling
making a score of 53 5 f 65 Triadelphia placed second with 37 points, Wellsburg, 25, Mounds-
ville, 23 1733 Weirton, 22 172, Follansbee, 9 1725 Cameron, 3 576, and Magnolia, 0.
The West Virginia State meet, which ,took place in Morgantown on May 17, ended
the track season for Triadelphia, who took fourth place.
The boys who received letters and the points they made were: George Bailey, 66, Paul
Miller, 60, David Palmer, captain, 593 William McShane, 53, Sam Freese, 51 172, Edward
Patrick, 50, Thomas McCombs, 50, August Castilow, 345 james Orr, 34, Adolph Meder,
235 Vance Hand, 22, Frank Vargo, 20, Zorn Day, 18, Frank McDonald, 17, Harold
Schaub, 14 172, Herald Grandstaff, 14, Jack McAllister, 13 1725 Kenneth Bayley, 13 175,
Monester Wineman, 12 172, and Fred Herman, 9.
David Palmer, captain, won the state low hurdle championship, winning the finals by 8
yards. David was not beaten all season. He lowered the O. V. A. A. and Intelligencer low
hurdle records by 6 seconds.
George Bailey, high point man, and 1931 captain, tied for third place in the pole
vault at the state meet. He was only beaten once in the valley meets. His best jump was
Sam Freese, won third place in the state javelin throw with a throw of 163 feet 3
inches. Sam holds the sectional javelin record and beat the O. V. A. A. record in state meet.
Paul Miller, freshman, ran the 70-yard dash in 7.7 seconds, beating all valley records
by one-half second.
The freshman relay team established the best time any freshman relay has ever made
in the Ohio Valley.
Tom lVlcCombs set a new mark in the freshman broad jump at the O. V. A. A. meet
with a leap of 18' 71,f2".
The track schedule for 1931 was: April 4 at home, Wheeling, Warwood, Shadyside,
and Triadelphia. April 11 at Linsly, Linsly, Union, and Triadelphia. April 18 at home,
Bellaire, Wellsburg, and Triadelphia. April 25 at Wheeling, the Intelligencer meet. May 2
at home, O. V. A. A. May 9 at Wheeling, the Sectional, and on May 16 in Morgantown,
the State meet.
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The above picture is a typical girls' gymnasium class at Triadelphia District High School.
Under the director of physical education for girls, Miss Henrietta Robinson, the girls enjoy
the classes and the accompanying sports of hockey, tennis, volleyball, basketball, hiking and
GIRLS' CLASS TOURNAMENT
The freshmen, coached by Jessie Rutter, began the girls' class basketball tournament on
March 16 when they met the seniors, coached by Agnes Breckenridge.
Hilda Straub and Alice Riley, forwards, were the high scorers making two field goals
each. Anna Kesler was the other forward, Maxine Westfall, Dorothy Miller, and Lucille
White were the guards. On the seniors' team were Elizabeth Hunter, Mildred Vanaman,
and Mary Neuhart, forwards, while Mabel Coflield, June Taylor, and Agnes Breckenridge
were guards. This game ended with the freshmen making 15 to the seniors' 7.
Coached by Sara Porter, the juniors met the sophomores, who were coached by Wilma
McCallister. Virginia Dow, forward, was the high scorer, making four field goals. Phyllis
Riley and Sara Porter, forwards, made three field goals each. The work of the guards, Daisy
Gorsuch, Wilma McCallister and Margaret Ann Hile, was outstanding. The forwards of
the sophomore team were Elizabeth Coffey, Caroline Behrens, Mary Mushrush and the
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guards were Martha Noble, Martha Potter and Pauline Kahle. The score of this game was
juniors 22, sophomores 14. The results of this game put the juniors and the freshmen in
the Hnals, which were held March 17.
On the juniors' team, Phyllis Riley and Sara Porter were the outstanding players having
made seven field goals and one foul each. On the freshman team, Alice Riley made three
field goals and one foul. Anna Kesler was second highest, making two held goals and one
The tournament came to a close with the juniors as the champions.
Boys' CLASS TOURNAMENT
The annual Triadelphia District High School boys' class tournament was held March
10, 11, and 12. It opened with the fast passing senior and Robot club teams, the seniors being
defeated 13-7. The next game was staged between the freshmen and the Consolidated
fknown as the boys that come on the school busj. The freshmen won by 23-9. The next was
the thriller of the tournament when the juniors beat the sophomores 17-16.
On March 11, the second round opened with the Hi-Y-Robot game, in which the Hi-Y
passed through the Robots for an 18-13 victory. The second and last game of the semi-finals
was between the juniors and freshmen in which the juniors won 26-18.
Then came the finals in which the strong, fast, undefeated Junior I-Ii-Y teams met. The
Hi-Y was defeated 25 to 24.
The 1931 tournament came to a close and for the third consecutive time, the juniors
held the Class Championship of Triadelphia District High School.
The juniors also had the high point man of the tournament. Thomas Symansic, having
a total of 13 points in the Hi-Y-Junior game, and a total of 30 points in the whole tourna-
ment. Jerome Kriegman of the Hi-Y team made four out of five possible fouls, being the
best scorer of the tournament.
The All-Tournament team was selected by the seven members of the faculty basketball
team. It is composed of first team: Thomas Symansic, forward, David Eddy, forward, George
Bailey, center, James Orr, guard, Jack McAllister, guard. The second team consists of
Jerome Kriegman, forward, Paul Vossen, forward, Dale McGrath, center, Bill King, center,
Frank Vargo, guard, Bill Juergens, guard.
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The Triadelphia golf team defeated Wheeling by a score of 8-0 on October 16. In
every match the Triadelphia man won and in five matches they won every hole.
The members of the team are Freddy Jefferson, John Sipos, Francis Jarrett, Andrew
Butler, Cecil Butler, Sam Meder, James Mumper and Melvin Bayley.
In the golf tourney sponsored by the Hi-Y, Freddy Jefferson, freshman, proved to be
the champion golfer of Triadelphia.
In the semi-finals, Sam Meder vs. Freddy Jefferson and John Sipos vs. James Mumper
were matched and in the finals, Freddy Jefferson and James Mumper. In the last nine holes,
Freddy finished 3 up and 1 to go.
The medalist of the tourney was Francis Jarrett, whose score of 34 had not been
The juniors who had as their captain Virginia Dow, won the volley ball tournament
which ended January 9. In the January 9 game, the juniors beat the freshmen 21-16, 21-10,
21-105 and the sophomores 21-17. The freshmen defeated the sophomores 22-20, 21-17, and
The junior team consisted of Virginia Dow, captain, Avis White, Josephine Ruselc,
Virginia Yoclce, Jeannette Yoclce, Mary Minor, Martha Minor, Daisy Gorsuch, Ruth Baker
and Sara Porter.
The sophomores were Lulu Campbell, captain, Eleanore Hicks, Mary Brasch, Dorothy
Neuhard, Mildred Birch, Evelyn Showers, Martha Noble, Elizabeth Coffey and Mary
The freshman team consisted of Maxine Westfall, captain, Dorothy Miller, Hannah
Belle Vardy, Hilda Teater, Hilda Straub, Elsie Moore, Katherine Williams, Marcella Boyd,
Betty Wilson, Eleanor Ackermann and Lucille White.
There was no senior team as there were not enough seniors who reported.
The girls' 1930 tennis team played five sets with Bellaire, ten with Wheeling and ten
with Wellsburg. The five sets included two doubles and three singles.
Triadelphia beat Bellaire 5-0 but lost to Wheeling by 0-5 and 1-4 and lost one game to
Wellsburg by 2-3 and won one, by 4-1.
The girls receiving letters were: Amelia Kimmins, Jane Burlchalter, Betty Jones, and
This year the team will probably meet with the same schools as they did last year.
The first name to be engraved on the G. A. A. tennis cup was that of Nell Steger.
She won the title of girls' tennis champion of T. D. H. S. by beating Alene Henderson 6-4
and 6-3 on the Wheeling Parlc courts, October 15.
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The 1930 boys' tennis team won six meets and lost one.
The .scores were: Wheeling 1-Triadelphia 9, Linsly O-5, Wellsburg 1-4, Wheeling 1-4,
Bellaire 0-3, fforfeitj, Parkersburg 3-2, and Linsly 0-5. Letters were received by the follow-
ing boys: William Bycott, Robert Westfall, Warren Pattison, Fred Kraatz, Fred Kellmeyer
and Arch Dorsey, manager.
In the 1930 interscholastic swimming meet at the Y. M. C. A., the Triadelphia team,
under the coaching of Mr. John Frum, took second place. The first place was taken by
Wheeling High School with a score of 54 points, second, Triadelphia, with 17 points, and
third, Moundsville, with 11 points. The other schools represented in the meet were Linsly,
Union, Bellaire, Martins Ferry and Warwood.
The Triad swimmers placing in the meet were: Warren Pattison, captain, second in the
40-yard dash and Bernard Cohen, third, Herbert Pattison, second in the back stroke, Jack
Waterhouse, third in the plunge, Fred Kraatz, third on the breast stroke. Both of the Triad
relay teams placed second. The Medley Relay team, Warren Pattison, free style, Bert Patti-
son, back stroke, Fred Kraatz, breast stroke, Jack Waterhouse, free style. And the free
style Relay team, Warren Pattison, Bert Pattison, Bernard Cohen and Jack Waterhouse.
The other events in which Triadelphia was entered were: diving, Roy Kerns, and Norval
Kahle, two hundred yard free style swim, Morton Sonneborn.
The 1931 swimming meet was held near the midde of April. The 1931 annual went to
press before results could be obtained.
The Triadelphia girls' swimming classes began on September 24, at the Y. W. C. A.
Classes were held every Tuesday at four o'clock to four-thirty for the beginners and four-
thirty to five olclock for the advanced swimmers.
If the pool re-opens, swimming classes will be continued and a meet with the Wheeling
girls will be held. Coach Henrietta Robinson plans to have class teams.
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Thomas E.: "I can't see him: tell him I'm sick.
Miss White: "Billy, it gives me great pleasure
Billy B.: "Why not make it ninety-live and give yourself a real thrill.
Sam W.: "Is your soup good?"
Miss Dunlap: "Oh, yes: fourteen
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So the sexton rolled the bell.
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Mrs. F.: "Oh, john, Mary Jo has
swallowed the matches!"
Mr. F.: "Here, use my cigarette
Sam S.: "Tonight, senorira, I will
sing you a serenade beneath your bal-
Jean H.: "And I will drop you a
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Father: "Why were you kissing my daughter in the dark last night?"
William: "Now that I've seen her in the light I sorta wonder myselff,
Robert T.: "Did you get a hair cut?,'
Donald T.: "Of course not, I just had my ears moved down a couple of inchesf,
"If Adam came back on earth, the only thing he would recognize would be the jokes."
Dot: "But, I can't play golf: I don't even know how to hold a caddy."
Salesman: "Now that your boy is going to school you should buy him an encyclopedia."
Mr. F.: "Not on your life: let him walk like I had to
"Capt," D.: "How can you study with that boy typing in your room?"
Fritz: "Oh, I read a chapter between ticks."
Gorby: "I'd like to see something cheap in a felt hat."
Salesman: "Here, try this on: there's a mirror."
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"fHHvrrg mm nf thr LErrrnn1nnh."
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Row One-H. Wagner, V. Petit, Wilson, V. Jeffers, B. Craig, M. Kossuth iVice PresidentJ,
A. Henderson, D. Gorsuch, S. Blake, E. Mull, M. Johnston, L. Gruse, N. Steger, N. Row.
Row Tnfo-M. F. Apperson, C. Williams, E. Bradbury, E. Etz, A. Broemsen, Burkhalter, B. Hare,
B. Dowler, P. Riley, H. McMasters, V. Latta, G. Gibson, E. Crawford, J. Weaver, S. A. Whiteley
Row Three-N. Johnston, B. Barnard, Gundling, D. Beecroft, E. Hays, A. Timblin, S. Johnston,
E. Sparks, E. Duval, M. A. Trussell.
Row Four-M. Allcock, M. Mushrush, M. Giesey, E. Hunter, E. Gee, M. Potter, K. Arns, M.
Powell, D. Allen, E. Ackerman, R. Johnson, G. Stricklin, M. Vermillion, G. Orr, M. Cofheld, E. Schaaf.
Row Five-L. Clemens, F. Cheuvront, E. Hicks, D. Neuhard, M. Birch, H. Vardy, MacGregor,
W. M. Nichols,
Our theme fo
N. Bine, C. Barrels, M. Greene, I. Bickett 1PresidentJ, J. Jackson lSecretaryj, L. Fraser.
To face life squarely.
To hnd and give the best.
. .Follow the Gleam.
r 1930-31 Nations on Parade.
High Lights of our 1930-31 program:
. The Knights of the Round Table fRecognition ServiceJ.
World Fellowship Rally at Market Auditorium.
Sent toys to Indians in Arizona.
Mothers and Daughters Dinner.
Frivolities of 1931 fCircus for raising moneyJ.
Church service of the Ohio Valley Girl Reserves in Wheeling.
Spring Banquet and Rally of the Ohio Valley Girl Reserves
in the Y. W. C. A.
. .Japanese Tea fSenior Farewellj.
Echoes from the group meetings:
Didn't we have fun at our dancing class?
...Those bracelets we made were very pretty.
Wouldn't those twigs from the umbrella trees make good
My, how we would each like to be an Ethel Barrimore!
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Row One-E. Meyer, E. Gundling fTreasurerl, V. Sharpenburg, E. Coffey, V. Heusel, Yoclce,
M. Brunette, A. White, R. Baker, M. Simms, Durst, D. Keeny.
Row Two-A. Timblin, M. Pennington, D. Kriegman, M. Kupslcy, F. Thompson, R. Helms, M.
Hartman. E. Defibaugh, G. Heilman, I. Parsons, XV. Schafer, G. McAllister, E. Wells fPresidentJ.
Row Three-C. Barrels, V. Miller, C. Shoolc, H. I-Iawlcins, S. Jarrett, E. Senlcbeil, W. Meyer, B.
Scott, J. Gundling, B. Barnard, P. Nichols, D. Neuhard, Miss Barnard fAdviserj, Miss Stewart,
ROW Four-D. Eddy, E. Hays, H. Wilson, M. Herbert, M. Neuhart, E. Sparks fsecretaryj, E.
Price, N. Heusel, E. Fleming, M. Vanaman, V. Yoclce, Mr, Fankhauser fAclviserl.
Row Five-T. Symansic, N. Hand, L. Campbell, I. Fisher, M. Noble, V. Blust, W. Davis, G.
Phillips, M. Irwin, F. Monroe, Smith, Kriegman fVice Presidentj.
The Commerce club has concluded one of the most successful years since its organization.
The social activities included a dinner, dance, theatre party and two plays presented in chapel.
Tours of various interesting places were held, among them being the Sterling Products Com-
pany, Wheeling Banlc and Trust Company and the state penitentiary at Moundsville.
This club is one of the oldest in school and its membership is open to sophomores,
juniors and seniors taking the commercial course and passing in four subjects. The admis-
sion fee is fifty cents.
The enrollment is sixty-seven and the advisers are Miss Ruby Stewart, Miss Katherine
Barnard and Mr. T. E. Fanlchauser.
Business and social affairs are discussed at the meetings which are held the hrst Wednes-
day in every month.
The purpose of the Commerce club is to promote an interest in the business worldg to
become conversant with modern progressive methods and systemsg to maintain a higher
standard of efficiency and to encourage a social spirit among commercial students.
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Row One-K. Jackson, B. Butler, S. Clelland, Orr, Keefer, R. Banov, E. Conner, G. Brown.
Row Two-N. Davis, Z. Day fMarshalj, J. Kriegman fSecretaryj, G. Bailey lVice Presidentl,
j. Waterhouse Kpresidentl, M. Sonneborn lTreasurerl, C. Blayney fsecretaryl, L. Kossuth, L. Doeplcen
Row Three-Mr. Petty, A. McCann, W. Juergens, W. Colmar, W. Rider, McAllister, P. Miller,
E. Patrick, A. Butler, J. Clelland, Mr. Shaver, S. Meder, H. Weaver.
Nut in Picture-ll. O'Grady, T. Margraff, T. Elliott, T. McCotnbs, O. Mediclc, C. Walter,
The Hi-Y club has the distinction of being one of the most active organizations in
school and one of the most active Hi-Y clubs in the State. They have succeeded in obtaining
the coveted gold seal certificate by accumulating 900 points out of a possible 1,000.
Some of the most important activities of the year were the attendance of eleven members
at the state conference in Charleston, the donation of thirty Christmas baskets to poor, two
successful dances, one the first semester and one the second semester in conjunction with
the Robot club. A campaign of church service attendance, the presentation of two cups for
the boy and girl who have achieved the most in four years, a father and son banquet in April,
the chartering of buses for student transportation to the Weirton football game, selling candy
at both football and basketball games, presenting football programs and yearly schedules and
selling berets and pennants.
Two of the members who have achieved distinction outside of the school are Louis Kos-
suth, who was elected president of the Ohio Valley Hi-Y Council, and jack Waterhouse,
elected secretary of State Hi-Y conference.
The Hi-Y club was organized in 1922, and is affiliated with the national Hi-Y. It has
a membership of thirty-five.
Meetings are every other Wednesday evening, at which time a banquet is held and
earnest discussions on matters pertaining to life take place.
The purpose of the club is to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and
community high standard of Christian character.
The creed is clean speech, clean living, clean scholarship and clean athletics.
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Row One-D. Beecroft, E. Bradbury, E. Etz, C. Williams, M. Johnston, M. Hammel, Wilson,
S. Spencer, G. Mieclel, S. Whiteley lVice Presidentj, N. Row.
Row Two-M. King, S. Schaffer, M. A. Trussell, E. Duval, E. Roclenlnaclc, B. Sclmuppner, D.
Kline, R. johnson, I. Bickett, E. Hunter, M. Giesey, A. Brenkenridge.
Row Three-J. Burlchalter, Madden, M. Mushrush, H. Phillips, M. Minor, M. Minor, K.
McCarter, B. jones, J. Meyer, W. M. Niclwls, J. MacGregor.
Row Four-M. Talbott fPresiclentl, Meyer, V. Pennington, J. Weaver, E. Aclcermann, M. Brasclu,
Miss Metzner 1Adviserj, E. Crawford lSecretary and Treasurerj, Miss Priclcett 1AdviserJ, L. Kos-
sutlu, A. Haning.
Row Five-Z. Day, R. Banov, G. Finclley, R. Foose, A. Butler, N. Davis, R. Cox, W. Elpern,
M. Sonneborn, W. Juergens.
Societas, quae a cliscipulis Ciceronis, anno Domini MCMXXVIII constituta est, proximo
triennio in locum dignitatis apud sodalitates Alrae Scholae ascenclit.
Finis societatis est: Ut vitae et consuetuclinibus populi Romani sensum excelsum
Salrem biduo linquae Latinae confecto prospere, cliscipuli socu liant. Suasores hoc anno
sunt clominae Catherina Metzner et Virginia Priclcett.
Apucl eventus graves societatis hoc anno fuit spectaculum picturarum de errationibus et
rebus miseris Aeneae, memoria bis millesimi anni post natum Vergilig convivium Romanum,
ultimum factum, quod cultum Romanum descripsit, paratum est.
Conventus secundo clie jovis singulis mensis habentur.
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Raw OneAB. Cohen, R. Doepken, L. Kossuth, M. Kapner.
Row TwovR. Oldham, L. Fraser, E. Etz, E. Bradbury, M. Johnston, N. Steger, Jackson,
D, Reynolds, D. Wilson.
Row Three-N. Row, Weaver, Meyer, S. Whiteley fpresidentl, W. M. Nichols, MacGregor,
S. Blake, Miss Roberts fAdvisex-1, V. Latta, M. A. Trussell, E. Duval, C. Kinsey, lVl. Dolzer, D. Kline,
Nl. Talbott QSecretaryj.
The French Club
The French club was organized on November 14, 1928 for the purpose of promoting
an interest in France, her people, her costumes and her lauguage.
A banquet was held April 21 at the Hoge-Davis Tea Room as the closing of the year's
activities. They entertained the Spanish Club in january with historical scenes of France.
This year there are 28 members in the club. The meetings are held the hrst Monday in
every month when some of the members entertain, and refreshments are served.
Admittance to the club is gained by having an average of 90? for the first year students,
and 85? for the second year.
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Row One--S. Selkirk, R. Pattison, R. Banov, H. Pattison, W. Murphy.
Row Two-V. Parsons, D. Beecroft, E. Etz lSecretaryj. R. Coflindafler, R. Hicks lPresidentl. Nl.
Giesey, A. Timblin, B. Hare, B. Dowler.
Row Three-W. Davis, Wilson fTreasurerJ, E. Crawford lVice Presidentl, E. Hunter, M.
Schaaf, B. Schuppener, M. Schmidt, E. Schaaf, Miss Moore QAdviserl, D. Clifford, L. Fraser,
Row Four-L. Devore, G. Bailey, Rutter. E. Shively, A. Henderson, D. Gorsuch, L. Weeks,
A. Broemsen, C. Kaltenbach. C. Famous.
The Spanish Club
The Spanish Club was organized in 1923 to promote an interest in Spain, and thc
Spanish American countries.
Ar the meeting in January the club was entertained by the French Club whose members
dramatized events in French history. The annual banquet was held at the Elwin Tea Room
Monday, March 9.
There are 36 members in the club this year. The meetings are held the second Monday
of each month at which time interesting programs are given and refreshments served.
Membership is open to any one with an average above 9025 while taking first year
Spanish or 8595- if the aspirant is a second year student.
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Row One-S. Porter ffreasurerj, V. Sharpenburg, R. Wallace, E. Gundling, E. Shively, E. Weimer,
Row Two--A. Breckenridge, M. Giesey isecretaryl, Greene. Rutter fpresidentl, R. Smith
V. Kline, W. Mccallister.
Row Three-M. Vanaman, H. Hawkins, Taylor, M. Hile, V. Dow fVice Presidentl, A. Hen-
derson, D. Gorsuch, Miss Robinson lAdviserj.
G. A. A.
The Girls' Athletic Association was organized in May 1922 by the members of the girls
varsity basketball squad.
The entrance requirements are the accumulation of three hundred points which are
obtained by class athletics, hikes, posture tests, swimming and riding.
During the year a picnic at Oglebay Parlc was held, an initiation dinner in October, a
social meeting at the home of the adviser, Miss Henrietta Robinson, and a bowling party.
The object of the G. A. A. is to promote good sportsmanship and to create a greater
interest in girls' athletics in Triadelphia High School.
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Row One-G. Orr, M. Vermillion, K. Paden, V. Campbell, W. Seitter, H. Eimer, M. Bell, E,
Taylor, D. Martin.
Row Two-H. Dakan, M. Johnston, V. Parsons, E. Weiiner, V. Pennington, V. Metz fPresidentj,
M. Kossuth, V. Kline, W. McCallister fsecretary and Treasurerj.
Row Three-M. Johnston, E. Sparks, N. Heusel, A. Riley, R. Oldham, L. Fraser, M. jones,
D. Youngman iVice Presiclentl, E. Price, F. Miner, M. Boyd, H. Onislca, H. Depto, M. Allcoclc.
Row Four-G. Striclclin, D. Kimmins, E. Ackermann, M. Schaaf, N. Bine, E. Schaaf, A. Broem-
sen, M. Schmidt, R. Coflindalfer, Miss Dunlap QAdviserl.
Otherr-Miss McCl:mnahan fAdviserj.
Home Economics Club
To keep in touch with current topics of Home Economics world and its general scientific
trend, as well as to provide opportunities for social contact is the object of the Home Econ-
The important events of the club this year have been to provide Christmas baskets for
the poor, to present social stunts, to hold a mothers' tea and to give a style show.
The meetings are held dn the hrst and third Thursday of each month, every other
meeting being business and social.
The admittance to the club is open to any freshman, sophomore, junior and senior taking
this course or one home economics subject.
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Row One-R. Oldham, E. Bradbury, E. Etz lllresidentl, M. Giesey, M. Cofheld, M. Neuharr,
D, Oberdick, M. Brasch, Burlchalter.
Row Two-M. Huffman, H. Smith, E. Carter, B. Jones, E. Dei, C. Williains, V. Pogue, jackson,
lf. Crawford lVice Presidentl, N. Row, R. Henderson, A. McKinley.
Row Three-L. Kossuth, Orr lsecretary and Treasurerl, S. Wallerstein, W. McLain, A. lVlcCann,
C. Famous, H. Grandstaff, H. Gorby, C. Kinney.
Others-H. Blum, Etz.
The Art club was organized in 1926 and since then it has had two advisers, Miss Freida
Towle and Miss Margery Griflen, the present instructor.
This year this organization has been solely devoted to drawing. During the first semester
the members made block prints for Christmas cards and the latter half of the school year has
been talcen up with sketching in plain pencil strolces.
The club was organized for the purpose of circulating a wider interest in art.
Admittance is gained by the drawing of a picture and submitting it for examination.
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Row One-M. Kapner, R. Foose fSecretaryl, J. Soule, F. Levy, -I. Kriegman, R. Banov, H. Pattison,
J. Sligar fsergeant at Armsl, Z. Day.
ROW Two-J. Meyer, E. Duval, M. Trussell, R. Hicks, Burkhalter, Miss McKee fAdviserl, -l,
Johnstone, B. Hare, V. Pennington, W. Nichols, MacGregor.
Row Three-M. Sonneborn lPresidentl, S. Wfallerstein, E. Basie, G. Phillips lVice Presidentj, G.
Findley, L. Devore, C. Famous, G. Seibert, W. McLain, L. Kossuth, M. Shaw fTreasurerl, W. Rider.
Pro and Con Club
This forensic society was reinstated january 1931 after a lapse of hve years.
Acting under the advisership of Miss Florence McKee it has spent the last semester
in acquiring the rudiments of debating. Being organizd too late in the school year, it had
no schedule with other schools, but several debates among the members themselves took place
during the meetings which were held every two weeks on Tuesday.
The object of the club is to promote forensic activities in our high school and to develop
the spealcing abilities of the members of this organization.
The membership is open only to juniors and seniors with a general average of 8092.
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Left to Right-D. Allen fSecretary and Treasurerj, J. Handlan, M. Potter, D. McVey, G. Caldwell
A. McKinley fPresidentJ, J. MacGregor, E. Carter, M. Caldwell fVice Presiclentl, E. Etz. ,
The Riding club has an enrollment of thirteen girls and is under the guidance of Miss
The Oglebay Park bridle paths are the scenes of this organization's activity every Sat-
urday morning. The most expert equestriennes of the club ride faster horses with Miss Rob-
inson while those who are not so well versed in this art are accompanied by a stable boy.
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Row One-Walter Bohlen, Howard Amos, William Sparks, Frank Brockardt.
Row Two-Mr. Rokos fAdviserj, Robert Thompson, james Keefer, James Orr, Arthur McCann.
George Strauss, William Powell.
Row Three-Russell Stancliford, Leonard Beltz, john Anderson, Chester Kinney, Thomas Elliott,
Oscar Zoeclcler, Harold Black.
The Robot club is one of Triadelphia's most recent organizations, having been started
A meeting and banquet are held every three weeks at which time speeches are pre-
sented by the members on the subject of mechanics.
Some of the projects that the club have completed are the furnishing of the needy with
Christmas basketsg the donation of milk to two children at Triadelphia grade school during
the last semesterg the contribution of ten dollars to the relief fund at Christmasg the selling
of tickets and emblems at football games and the policing of the above mentioned sport.
As a social allair they held a dance in connection with the I-Ii-Y.
Mr. M. Nl. Rokos, the mechanical drawing teacher, is the club adviser.
Membership is open to any junior or senior taking mechanical drawing.
The club's purpose is for the enablement of the members to become better acquainted
with mechanical devices of the present day.
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Ehv Enh uf Ihr Emil
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The Faculty and Student Body of Tria-
delphia High School take this final
opportunity for thanking the advertisers
who made our 1931 Annual a success.
We sincerely hope that they will be
doubly repaid, for their kindness by
having the patronage of our Faculty and
entire Student Body.
--THE BUSINESS STAFF.
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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS
Altman Motor Sales
Defibaugh, N. G. . .
First National Bank
Fulton Bank and Trust
State Bank and Trust , - .
Wheeling Banks. .
Becker's Barber Shop 1
McLure Barber Shop .M .. 1
Front's Beauty Shop
Hazel O. .
Hicks Beauty Shop . ,
Bolton's , .
Cohen's D . .
Emmcrth if Becker
Pittsburgh School of Acc'y
Ellis fd Helfer. 1 .
Ohio Valley Candy Co.
Fisher, W. A... ., . .
Good, L. S... to ..
The Hub ttttttl
Snlook, Geo. .
Stlfel, Geo. E.. . ... ..
Taylor, Geo. R.... . -
Curb Servicer. ..
Griest Cut Rate , , ,
Hoge-Davis . , .
McC1askey 1 .
Schenk, Otto .
Stifel, Geo. Ent ..
Electrical and Radio Shops
Front Company 1
Hershey Electric . .
Hood U Sons Co..,.,. .
Wheeling Electric .. ,
Butler's . .. .. .
Hess, Max I-. .
Reid Murdock .1 . .. . .
Elm Grove Furniture Co. B. t,,t., ,
W 1' d ' h V 109 Reichart .. ,.... ,.,. . ..... .
hee mg Can Y Km en Schmeichel, F. 'id Son .
Dairies . .
, , Gasoline Stations
Liberty Dairy. ... . 117
Tri-State Creamery . . 103 SCh3I'f Bros. - - f-Yf A 111
Dairy Products . 119 Spears Bros. , 114
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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS-Continued
Anderson, J. I-1. . 116
Driehorst. W. A. . .. 113
Johnson. E. R. . 116
Roth Bros... .. . . 110
Wheeling Wholesale . 1 1 1
Braunlich, C. F. .. . .
Kalb1tzer . .- . .... 1.108
Kennedy . . . . 1 ..... . 111
Showers .... .. ...... . .
Richman Brothers Y . .1 109
Etz, H. O., .- ....... C 111
W. Va. Optical Co. 1 113
Chapman YS Sons... , -.
Schweizer-Borham . . 1 ,
W. A. XVi1son 8 Son , ....,. .
Hospital Supplies Olmstead Bros... .. , W , 100
McLain. J. L. , , .. .. 102 Papercrafters , ., . , 106
Ice Cream Photographer
B1ake's . .. .... 106 The Kossuth Studio . 104
Bouic, Fred V..,,. . ...... .. .. . 103 Seibert. Geo. H. . . . 100
Western 8 Southern Life ...... 102 ,
Wheeling Fire Insurance . 3 108 Rubber Stamp Business
J I Wheeling Stamp '25 Stencil. 113
euJe ry .
1-ukens,W.J.Co.. ....... 113 Rug Cleamng
u Boyer, Jerome . .. . - . 103
Justice of the Peace Wagner' Ed- eeee -A 117
MCLaugh11n, K..,., , , . 111
Ladies' Furnishings gLjn,f'S-1133165 A A Hg
Johns, Geo. E. . ..... . ,.,. .. 106 Y W C W
Vatz, A. M... .. .... ....... - ,,,. . 114 Shgg Sfgfg
Laundries Booksttm' 1 109
Home-Pearl 1 .... ..... . .. ..... 1, .,.,, 110 Sporting Goods
White Swan eeeee ee .108 Ff1eafichs,11.o.. 114
. Willows Sporting Goods.. ,...... 102
Magazmes Bob Biery .,.., - 119
The Scholastic, . ...........,. 1 . C 113 .
v I Stationery
Lzthographzng Perrv .. ...... ............. - . -. . 100
Wheeling News Litho. ., 118 Tea Room
Meats Homestead Inn ..,.....,..,. .. ,Y 116
But1er's Meat Market. .... ,. 102 Typewriter A900691
Weimer Packing Co. . , . 100 Fankhauser, T. E.-. .. . 105
I: CPage 99 1
lll5 Main Sr.
Furniture Store. "
POR LESS MONEY
We Specialize in
Cut lilowers, Baskets and Vases Arranged
for Church. Cemetery and Hospital
Table Decorations for Afternoon
and Evening Parties
Telephone Elm Grove 85
'lOL.G,?.EZEi1 WEIMER PACKING
George H. Seibert'S
Bus Tickets for Sale
Telephone 460 E. G.
423 Main St.. Elm Grove, W. Va.
Wholesale and Retail
FORT HENRY MEATS
No. 1033 Main Street
Wheeling. W. Va.
lVe put Safety Firsl and Last
and All the Time
STATE BANK AND
ELM GROVE. W. VA.
WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER
DRINKING CUPS. DOILIES.
WHEELING. W. VA.
Geo. E. Stifel Co.
ELLIS '65 HELEER Co.
LOG CABIN KISSES
Agents for Johnston's Chocolates
WHEELING. W. VA.
W. A. WILSON 'CS SONS
Phone: Whg. 4650
1409-l l-21-23-25 Main Street
Wheeling. W. Va.
The Perry Stationery Co.
39 Twelfth Street
f 5Page 100 il
The SIOFQ FULTON BANK '55
F o I I2 s S h o p
Bank Street, National Road
L, S, GOQD E5 CO, CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
Ample Parking Space
Wheeling. W. Va. at All Times
fContinued from Page 82j
Miss McKee: "The appendix is the explanation of the book."
Milton S.: "They cut my explanation out."
Elsa: "You mean you laughed in the face of death?,'
Bert: "Laugh, I thought I'd die!"
Ra Hamilton: "Sa o the teacher asked me to find the reatest common denomina-
Y Yr P Pr g
Mr. H.: "Great Scott! is that thing still lost? The teacher had me looking for it when
I went to schoolf,
GEORGE E. STIEEL
Whose public spirit and generosity
has prouided a fund for the
Students with the
Stifel Public School Endowment Prize
f Cpage 101 1
SICK ROOM SUPPLIES
Rolling Chairs Hospital Beds
EVERYTHING IJOR THE COAIEORT
AND CONVENIENCE OI: THE SICK
J. L. MCLAIN
IOS? Main Street
Wheeling. XV. Va.
B U T L E R' S
FRESH FROM OUR COOLER
TO YOUR TABLE
Phone 86 E. G.
Elm Grove, Wheeling, W. Va.
Visitor: "Does that tree belong to the Ulmus family?n
Bud B.: "Gosh, nog it belongs to the school!"
G. Bailey: "I'll take some ginger ale."
G. B.: "No: a glass will dof'
Miss Orr: "What people are scattered all over the earth?"
Class, in unison: "Peclestrians'
-I. Mumper: "You'll drive me out of my mindf,
R. Foose: "That's not a driveg that's a putt!"
IN-SURE AND WIN-SURE For Bfsf Resuhf Use ,
with Johnston sn Thrzft Palm'
In Repazntmg Your Home
THE 32.60 per gallon
WESTERN id SOUTHERN when WMV fof use-
LIFE W. H. CHAPMAN '25
WM. O. KALTENISACH. Supz.
Suite 31 l-14
Central Union Building
1218 Main St., Wheeling, XV. Va.
Golf and Tennis
Come in and look over our lines.
Golf sets for the beginner.
also for the best player.
WE RIQSTRING TENNIS RACKETS
H37 National Road, Wds. 1518
NEW CLASSES NOVV
Call, Write, or Phone for Details
LAW AND FINANCE BLOG..
429 Fourth Ave.,
Pittsburgh, Pa. Atlantic 0923
The Friend of Higher Education
STRICTLY FRESH EGGS
Opposite Viaduct. National Road.
Elm Grove, Wheeling, W. Va.
Phone 215 E. G.
You Are Entitled To
T HE BEST IN HARDWARE
Get ir at
309 National Road, Elm Grove,
Phone: Elm Grove 134
WE KNOW HOW
Expert Cleaners and Dyers of Rugs and
Carpets. Orientals a Specialty. Repairing,
FRED V. BOUIC
BANKERS LIFE CO.
303 Board of Trade Bldg.. Wheeling,
Nine First Star Barbers
M c L U R E
FRED PAETHE, Prop.
Wheeling, W. Va.
ffeage 103 3
CLASS OP 1931
May every success crown your
efforts in the every day World
after you leave schoo1---
And here is a bit of proverb:
"Get your happiness out of
your Work or you will never
know what happiness is.---"
GEC. J. KOSSUTH
Photographer to Triadelphia '31
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UNDERWOOD - REMINGTON - ROYAL
With Standard Keyboards
You MAY HAVE OTHER MACHINES AT YOUR REQUEST
"Iz"s Twice as Fast as Wrz'tz'ng Longhandn
Students say this because with a little practice they soon become speedy
writers. Essays are written, notes kept in good up-to-date condition
produce good grades while in college and letters are gotten off quickly
The New Portables perfectly meet the demand of the student. for they
are the lightest, smallest and most compact of all standard keyboard
portables. lt is durable beyond words--you'll End it useful for years
and years to come.
We will be glad to show you the many advantages of these New
Portables and explain our new easy payment plan of five. ten or twenty
dollars per month.
New Machines 3550 to S60
Used Machines S20 to 3540
New machines guaranteed by the factory and serviced
in Wheeling. Eighteen years' experience which means
You ARE NEVER Too YOUNG OR Too CLD To LEARN 'FYPExvRi'1'1Nca
T. E. Eankhauser
IO WALNUT AVENUE
Wl-IEELING, W. VA.
li CPage 105 I
B L A K E ' S Homemade Ice Cream
IN FANCY IVIOLDS AND CAKES FOR ALL SOCIAL AFFAIRS
Phone Wheeling 1746 93 Sixteenth Street
"The Quality Shop"
At Reasonable Prices
The Papercrafters, Inc.
GIRLS, GET THAT
FREDERIC VITA TONIC
The Hicks Beauty Shoppe H A Z E L Q ,
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5122355535-itFf'gS5f 35215 54122 BEAUTY SHOPPE
VJ""g'Qj'pO" Ifggcgl 5 h , '75 Echo Point can 1278
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lcontinued from Page 701
The work of the Business Staff is to sell enough advertising to publish a bi-monthly
paper, and a handsome annual and to handle this fund in an economic manner.
The Business Staff begins working the first day of school and its work is not com-
pleted until school closes. The 1930-31 Staff has put across a successful financial campaign
amounting to 52,500 which is a big task for high school boys and girls, especially during a
period of depression when money is not circulating very freely.
When the class started, the total enrollment was twenty-five but only sixteen pupils are
finishing for credit. The Staff wishes to thank the pupils who so kindly helped in the progress
of this project. Several pupils found it was necessary to devote their time and energy along
All honor students are not capable of making good in this class. This does not mean
that the class needs all honor roll students, for all honor roll students cannot successfully sell
Immediately after entering this class pupils are taught to sell and next they are taken
out on the job by the sales manager and are given a real demonstration of how the job is done.
If they are successful in selling they keep this up for one year and then they are promoted
to a higher position on the Staff.
Selling advertising, collecting accounts, collecting copies, writing ads, proof reading,
keeping accounts, delivering papers to advertisers and mailing free copies to schools through-
out the United States, are some of the small jobs this class does for both the Triadelphian
Staff and Annual Staff.
Three-fifths of a credit is not the only reward that is received in this class. Pupils who
make good have a wonderful opportunity to come in contact with the business world, a
valuable asset which can not be taught from school books.
The Staff motto is "Bring home the bacon," in the form of an ad.
A few pupils have developed in this class into superior sales folks.
Much credit goes to the Business Staff who have so faithfully and energetically worked
Linder the efficient leadership of Mr. T. E. Fankhauser.
f CPage 107 1
Place Your Eire
Wheeling, W. Va.
Safe Solid Sound
S to ues
1050-5 2 Market Street
N. G. DEFIBAUGH
233 Fulton Street.
Phone: 204-W Woodsdale
Quality Dry Cleaning
Phone Woodsdale 1300
Call Woodsdale 865
ALTMAN MoToR SALES
H udson-E ssex
GENERAL AUTO REPA1mNo
Cleaning and Dyeing Service N GMI Road' Ph C E. G. 7,80
CROSLEY RADIOS W M. A. 1: I S H E R ' S
N Confectionery 4
IHZ5 Market Street, Vv'heeling, VJ. VJ KRUGER STREET ELM GROVL
EVERYTHING M Q N A R C H
THE ERoNT Co. F O 0 D
Wheeling, W. Va.
I Cpage l08 I
lO5l MAIN STREET
Wheeling. W. Va
XX'hether Large or Small. W'e Give
Your Account the Same Personal
TIIE FIRST NATIONAI,,
BANK id TRUST Co.
of Elm Grove. W. Va.
Large enough to accommodate you.
Strong enough to protect you,
Small enough to know you.
We Serve Dainty Lunches.
Ice Cream and Ices
1433 Market Street
Wheeling. W. Va.
H. A. ORUM
H. A, Orum, well known to residents
nl' this section, is manager of Richman
Brosf Wheeling Store. Mr. Orum has
wide experience in the clothing husiness.
including association with such tirms as
Gimhels and Xvanamakers,
Courteous Service is a policy emphasized
hy Mr. Orum. Such a policy coupled
with the nne quality and styling of Rich-
man Bros. make a Hne combination. The
latest Suits and Top Coats are on display
and Mr. Orum is enthusiastic about them.
To the man who admires line clothes.
To the man who appreciates good
To the man who wants all the value
his money can buy.
Made in our own Factory and Sold
Direct to You-M
No MiddIeman'.s ProHt
lZl7-1219 MARKET STREET
Wheeling. W. Va.
I "Page 109 1
HOME PEARL LAUNDRY COMPANY
QUALITY AND SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY
PHONES: Wheeling 540 and 472
1213-I5 Eoff Street Wheeling, W. Va.
Mr. Christie: "Were you badly hurt in the automobile accident?"
W. Ambrose: "I dunno: I haven't seen the morning paper yet."
Voice in Rear: "Sit down in front!"
jaclc W.: "Don't be sillyg I don't bend that way!"
Jimmie Sligar: "I bet I can tell you the score of today's game before the game starts
Floyd Ruth: "I bet you can't."
Jimmie: "All right, nothing to nothing-before the game starts."
Dot K.: "Hey, you nit wit, you spelled half the words in this letter wrong!"
Tommy S. fin business Englishj: "I should worry, the boy I'm sending this letter to
can'r read anyway."
"New Shoes From Old Ones"
A SHOE REPAIRING SYSTEM
All Work Guaranteed
D E P A R T M E N T JAMES DURANTE. Prop.
S T O R E
with Comprehensive Best Material and Worhmanship
St k f SANDY RIVIZZINO. Elm Grove
OC S O Phone 9697
R O T H B R O S .
GROCERY AND BAKERY
at very Moderate Prices SPECIALTIES
and Satisfying Service. Phones: Woodsdale 208 or 269
G E Q M S N Q 0 K Elm Grove Furniture Co.
C 0 M P A N Y FLOOR COVERINGS
Rugs and Stoves
F. SCI-IMEICHEL '25
Funeral Directors and Morticians
2215 Chapline Street
Phones: Wheeling 906-1135
2001 MAIN STREET
Phone: Whg. 3896
J. K. McLAUGHI-IN
Justice of the Peace
Front's Beauty Shoppe
Specialists in Permanent and Marcel
Vklaving. Importer and Manufacturer ol
Human Hair Goods.
1109 Main St. Phone 307. Wheeling.
Glasses Fit If Necessary
HAROLD O. ETZ
National Exchange Bank Bldg.
Second Floor. Tel. Whg. 428
1018 Market Street
A Complete Line of
Golf, Tennis, Swimming
EMMERTH 8 BECKER
900'2-4 National Road
Wheeling, W. Va.
AUTO PAINTING-CHROMIS PLATINK
"Big Enough lo Serve You"
Battery Service, Tire
Service, Car Washz'ng
Phone 201 E. G.
T O G S
guna am Gan-Iine Sums at FG-nm
555315 501-ID ASIIDAMANT
Your Money is Safe in Your Community Bank
Put It There When You Have It
Get It There When You Want It
"The one who saues some money every day
ls the one who lets the sunshine make his hay. "
-H e is wise.
l W ' ' ' ' ' ' W 1' " W' " WZ' "W
I THE 1931 DECLARATION OF
I Are You Looking Forward?
i Do You Ever Expecl lo Own Properly?
Are You Going Io College,"
Do You 1Van1 Your Dreams To Come True?
If your answer to any of these questions is "Yes," make your
Declaration of Independence now by starring io save your money-
regularly and habitually.
John Hancock signed his name to the 1776 Declaration of Inde-
You make your 1931 Declaration of Independence and you will
soon be able to realize your ambition hy signing your "John Hancock"
I CPage 112 :I
P R I G I D A I R E
The Hershey Electric CO.
1311 Chapline sr. Whg. 2130
CUT RATE ,
G R I E S T MEDICINES JOSEPH A. HELLSTERN
Gifts Toiletries Novelties F l O t' l S ll
IlZZ5xA1zIl'ki-IN St1'i-?t:iF?lii:iEI1':: 3lH?l.JffII-rsnii PhOIlQ
Aflf'fl"'ii7f11ii'.1.llg, libva Wm FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
West Virginia Optical CO.
1000 MAIN STREET
Wheeling, W. Va.
U46 Years' Experience
W. J. LUKENS CO.
99 Edgington Lane
YOU NEED LOOK NO FURTHER
FOR GOOD HARDWARE
WE HAVE IT
C. F. Braanlich E5 CO.
The Complete Hardware Store
IOIZ-I4 Market St. Wheeling 364l
Qs W'38Srf,,F BEST CANDIES
lil! I ew
5 531 0
- 'i'f'lE1zmn:1:I:E-I Cohen
Twelfth and Market Streets
W. A. DRIEHORST
Fancy Table Delicacies
Built on Service and Quality
MAX L. I-IESS
II44 MAIN STREET
COCOA BEAN BRAND
Made in Wheeling by
Ohio Valley Candy Co.
I-422 Main SL. Wheeling. W. Va.
Wheeling. W. Va.
Miss Hervey: "Style was what made Oscar Wilde."
Louis: "Yeah, and Thornton Wilder,',
George S.: "What makes the tower of Pisa lean?"
Albert: "I wish I lcnewg I'd take some myself."
"It ain't sanitary to have your house built over a hog penf'
"I clunnog we ain't lost no hogs in fifteen years."
Bopp: "Boy, you'd better watch out or you'll lose control of that car.'
Scott: "You said itg I'm four payments behind right now."
Give Your Car the Opportunity of Performing at its Best
SPEARS BROTHERS, Inc.
15 SERVICE STATIONS
QUAKER STATE OILS WING FIRESTONE TIRES
FLEET-WING GAs COURTEGUS ATTENTION
H. G. ERIEDRICHS
Everything in Sporting Goods 1523 MZIFIKCI Street
I cPage 114 il
Messages accepted for transmission to all
parts of United States and Canada, free of
charge via American Radio Relay Leagues
network of stations. For further infor-
mation call Woodsdale IZ3 or 633.
E. R. Johnson '55 Co.
Meats and Groceries
Phones 880-881 Woodsdale
JOHN H. ANDERSON
Grocer and Confectioner
Cracraft Avenue Elm Grove
Special Home Cooked Lunches and Dinners
Private Rooms for Parties
Orders taken for Pa-slry and Rolls
Cot, l5th and Eoif Sts.. Wheeling.W.Va.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Francy, Proprietors
fContinued from Page 69j
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Wedding of the Winds S
Victor Herbert Favorites .. .
Slavonic Dance .... .. .,
Fingal's Cave . ,
Phaeron .. atta.,aa ttta . .
Prelude du Deluge
William Tell ..., ,tttt.,t 7 .,
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I Cpage 116 il
.S t,,.tta.. Hall
.. ..,. C. Saint-Soem
. F. Safraneck
G. M eyerbeer
C. M. HOOD '25
S O N S C 0 . Fireproof Storage Co.
Main and 20th Streets
Wheeling, W. Va.
Exclusive Dealers for Phene 2570
General Motors STORISQEKING
R 3 d 0 CRATING
18 Eleventh Street M0 FHPRCUFING
. LOCAL AND LONG
Whtelmg DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 4417 "Superior Service"
LIBERTY DAIRY CONTINENTAL
PRODUCTS Co. B A K I N G
Retail and Wholesale C O '
FILTERED MILK, CREAM
LIBERTY ICE CREAM
Bulk and Brick
29 Marshall Avenue
ELM GROVE, W. VA.
2200 Main Street
Wheeling. W. Va.
Wonder and Merit
A good school annual re-
quires a careful plan and
close co-operation between
the ones who edit the book
and those who are responsi-
ble For its engraving and
printing. Thewheeling News
Lithograph Company IS the
only plant In the Ohio Valley
equipped For the entire
mechanical execution of this
work complete art stall,
photo engraving, printing
one root We assume com
PLAY BETTER GOLF
Featuring Two Instructors
Private lessons-31.00 and 31.50. Special group classes for students and
children, 5Oc. Includes the use of clubs, balls and caddy.
XVe carry a full line of balls, bags and clubs. Short and light clubs for children.
We also have a machine to make your old rusty clubs look like new.
B O B B I E R Y
Golf Pro. Oglebay and WheeIz'ng Park Golf Courses
DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPANY
20th and Eoff Sts. Phone 2281
The Most Complete Milk Service in Wheeling
fContinued from Page 38J
ROBERT HELMBRECHT is Miss Winters' greatest worry now, but just wait 'till he is someone else's.
JAMES JOHNSTON wonders "why girls' faces don't crack when they put on so much make-up."
WILLIAM JUERGENS never was seen with a girl.
JAMES KEEPER would rather be called Jimmy than James.
FRED KELLMEYER approves of the Junior rule of being in home rooms at 12:30 because it is such good
PAUL LAUFFER is a born flirt.
THOMAS MARGRAFF annoys Miss Killian by always being late in the morning.
ALBERT MARPLE likes English.
JACK MCALLISTER will be on the Olympic track team-later on.
JUNIOR MCCOY believes everything Mr. Petty says.
FRANK MCDONALD likes to read aloud in English class.
WILLIAM MCINTIRE comes to home room late just to see what Miss Killian will do.
WILLIAM MCLAIN has a salesman,s personality.
SAM MEDER likes being tall because it is so convenient for basketball.
EMMETT MITCHELL missed a question in Sociology class-one day.
HARVEY NALLY is one of these 'lstrong silent men" one hears about.
ROBERT PATTISON was never known to utter one sound in home room, but many.
NOEL PETTICORD always walks to classes by himself.
WILLIAM RIDER likes juniors who have uit." QSee A. I-IJ
ALBERT RINE likes having part of the family in school.
FLOYD RUTH is planning to make the All-American football team next year.
HAROLD SCHAUB doesn't believe in "the enjoyments of basketball."
SAMUEL SELKIRK likes being "big boss" of his class.
JOHN SIPOS will grow up some day.
DONALD SLIGAR likes the school, the students, the teachers and everything.
WILLIAM SPARKS likes blue sweaters.
RUSSELL STANDIFORD is already an extemporaneous speaker.
THOMAS SYMANSIC is very popular with the ladies.
JOHN TIPPMAN arrived on time--one day. '
SAM WALLERSTEIN-newspapers will reform when he is an editor.
JAMES WALTER knows that a hurt foot is cause for a girl's sympathy.
CLYDE WALTERS likes to go to the board in Chemistry to show Mr. Shaver how much he knows.
GLEN WALLACE is buying an Austin.
HURST WEAVER "can't understand why blonds are so popular."
KEITH WOODRUFF lost his inferiority complex.
ANGELO ZAMDITO waves his hair to attract girls.
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