Triadelphia High School - Triadelphian Yearbook (Wheeling, WV)

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.Y ,. '. -X -n ' QL. 1 ,..:... .,.:xn.uszz-s::.ug,ilm"' ':'..4.,1 f '..1nDm9.-gaknnazaa.-rx:-.llmnnzwu-me-L .-gunna. .1127 ' M-.4.m 4..l,v. ...uammf-4 EX LIBRIS TOP PICTURE: Lucille Kimpel, Ruth Atkinson, Maude Aurand, jo Anne Balke BOTTOM PICTURE: Tom Nncgclc, Dorothy Bott, Donald Hand, Williaxn Bowman, Betty Lou Smith, seated X. EDITORS AT WORK lfcliloi'-Mnmlc Aulxlml l:C.llLl1'C liLlll0l'ixl0.ll'lll Mclicu Sports Editor-Bob Rinc Art Editor-jcannc Dicckrnann Pliotographcrs-Russell B. Goodwin jr. George McPherson Circulation Manager-Lucille Kimpcl Typist-Betty Lou Smith Faculty Adviser-Robert H. Portcr THEN 947 I AD THE JOURNALISM DEP TMENT of Trindclphia High S ool Wheeling, Wes lrginia o e XXXIII Years pass and with them pass the melodies of the years. With a final flourish of the conductor's baton, the symphony of 1946-1947 draws to a close. Perhaps we should not call it a symphony, for there were many more than the usual three or four themes to this composition. From its introduction in September until its finale in May, this elaborate instrumental work has brought with it experiences, pleasant and un- pleasant, to those who were a part of it. If this book recalls these joys and sorrows, its purpose will have been accomplished. May you play again and again the symphonic strains of 1946-1947. Oak Park Annex Triadelphia High School DEDICATION With two helping hands and an apparently boundless capa- city for work, she has, in her years as a teacher at Triadelphia High School, earned the love and respect of all those with whom she has come in contact. "I Love Life" is the theme song of her existence and has become, through her unconscious example, the keynote of all those who were associated with her. Not only loved and respected here at Triaclelphia High School, she is honored throughout che entire community, where she appears to have become the Middle C about which all musical activities are centered and on which they have their foundations. So it is, that we, the Staff of The 1947 Triad, dedicate this yearbook to one who, amid the sharps and flats on the score of her life, has struck a true natural in her relations and associations with both students and colleagues, Miss Virginia Brand. As Teacher As Chauffeur At Work Miss Virginia Brand SUPERINTENDENTS V Levering Bonar Assistant Superintendent 4 Junior and Senior High Schools J. P. McHenry Superintendent Secretary, County Board of Education C. B. Montgomery Assistant Superintendent Elementary Schools BOARD OF EDUCATION i i Mrs. Lottie Albingcr John H. Clark Howard D. Matthews Fred E. Cowl Willigiin F. Gurdon President C O N D U C T O R S V V P. E. King A. B., Blue Ridge College A. Nl., West Virginiz Unive:'sitj.' Principal September, 1946, and the annual concert begins. Until May, 19-17, the lmrnssecl conductors lead the Way, guiding students up the scale of education from freshmen to seniors. Ai-cling those who play second fiddle and wisely restraining those who would forge almond, our maestros develop 11 well-knit, hnrnionious and co-orclinnte program of plxnning. Dale Ross Guy P. Rollins Ph. B., Bethany College B. S.. West Virginia Wesleyzin M. Litt., University of Pittsburgh M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh Problems of American Democracy Trigonometry, Algebra III Dean of Girls Dean of Boys Died March 14, 1947 10 Katherine E. Barnard A. B., West Liberty State College Shorthand I and II, Typing I V. H. Bixler A. B., Bethany College A. M., West Virginia University World History Virginia Brand B. S., Music Education Cincinnati Conservatory of Music University of Cincinnati Chorus Sponsors Girls, First- and Seroml-Ymir Clmruxcs, Girlx' Srrxfef, Bo-vs, Chorus Bernice R. Brennan A. B., A. M., West Virginia University English IV O 11 J. C. Bullard B. S., West Virginia University M. lid., University of Piitslwurgli Biology Slmnxurx Nitin ri' Chili Stefano R. Ceo Teacher Diploma, Italy Columbia University Mozarteum Salzurg Berlin University New York University Director of Instrumental Music Slmnxnrs Orrlwxira, Banff John W. Cochran A. B., West Liberty State College M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh American History Sponsors National Honor Society Dessie Cox A. B., Bethany College Boys' Study Hall Sponsors Student Council Adda L. Dunlap B. S., Hood College A. M., Gallaudet College English I and II, Foods II Sponsors Y-Teens, Nationul Honor Soriefy. Home Eronomirs Club E. F. Dupke A. B., Bethany College English III, Speech Football and Basketball Coach Catherine M. Ebert B. S., Bliss College M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh Baokkeening I and II, Commercial Law, Salesmanship Sponsors Iunior Rell Cross l William T. Emblen A. B., A. M., West Virginia University Social Science Assistant Football and Basketball Coach Track Coach , ' r i 12 5 i F? J Mary A. Erskine A. IS., Muskingum College Girls' Study Hall Sponsors Masquvrx J jx Vw ,,, , is, Wm, ' . 'Yi i .. ... S . Alma S. Farley Secretary Carrie Kathryn Fleming A. B., West Virginia University A. M., Columbia University English II Lois Grubb B. S., University of Pittsburgli Plane Geometry L. A. Hanger ll. S., Olmiu Unix-'ursily Electricity and Aeronautics Sponsors Su'immiu,q Club Mary Howley A. B., Seton Hill College Chemistry Sponxorx Scienrv Club, Art Clul 13 1 India Killian A. B., Elizabeth College English II, Business English C. C. Kraus A. B., West Virginia Wcsleyziim College A. M., Ohio State University American History, Boys' Physical Education Sponsors Tennis, Golf, Swimming Kathleen Lipscomb A. B., Davis-Elkins College Home Economics, Social Science Sponsors Home Eronomics Club Opaline T. Martin A. B., Harding College Typing I, Junior Business Training, Commercial Arithmetic Katherine M. Metzner A. B., Goucher College A. M., Columbia University Latin, American Literature Sponsors Classical Club A. R. Milligan A. B., West Liberty State College Biology, Physics Sponsors Projecfion Crew, Sricncc Club, Nufurc Club 14 Margaret Moore A. B., West Virginia University A. M., Columbia University Spanish, English I Sfumxorx Spunisb Club Elinor Nally A. li., Bethany College M. Litt., University of Pittsburgli Latin I, English IV Sponsors Riding Club, Sodalitus Lafiuu Robert H. Porter A. li., West Liberty State College M. llcl., University of Pittsburgh Commercial Arithmetic, Jr. Business Training Journalism Sponsors The Triadelphian, The Triad, Quill and Scroll Ruth Rogers A. B., Marshall College English I, Social Science M. M. Kokos li. S. in M. lf., West Virginia University Mechanical Drawing I, II, III, IV 15 Faculty Manager of Afhlcfirs Estella M. Scharf A. B., West Liberty State College M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh English I Mabel Scherich A. B., West Liberty State College Algebra I A. B. Stenger A. B., West Liberty State College Industrial Arts spawn,-5 Hi-Y Ruby E. Stewart B. S., University of Pittsburgh Typing II, Shorthand I and II Sarah F. White A. B., Muskingum,College B. S. in L. S., Columbia University Librarian Sponsors Library Counselors Mary Winters A. B., A. M., West Virginia University Solid Geometry, Algebra I, and II Sponsors Y-Teens Margaret H. Newton B. S. in Phys. Ed., Ohio Northern University Girls' Physical Education, Problems of Democracy Sponsors G. A. A., Girls, Swimming Club, Cheerleaders 16 S O L O I S T S ,, Jacquelyn Marie Allen College Preparatory jaci "The Way You Look To- night" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Riding Club 43 Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 43 Sodalitns Latina 1. Helen Dean Artzberger College Preparatory Helen "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Nature Club 3, 43 Sodalitas La- tina 13 Stage Crew 33 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Arden R. Anderson General Arden Tridel's man-about-itown Swimming Club 1, 2, 43 Varsity Club 1, 23 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 43 U. S. Navy during Junior year. Ruth Maxine Atkinson College Preparatory Ruthie "For Sentimental Reasons" Art Club 3. Treasurer 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 43 Student Council Assistant 4g Sodalitas La- tina 13 Mixed Chorus 23 Girls' Chorus li Triadcl- phiim Staff 43 Triad Stall 43 Quill Sl Scroll 43 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Frank Andre Commercial Frank "Here Comes Heaven Again" Basketball 13 Hi-Y 43 Foot- ball 43 Track Sodalitas Latina 1. Arthur Auber Commercial Art Tower of knowledge 18 1, 3, 43 Beatrice M. Antonucci General Bea "Zip-A-D:-Do-D1l1" Y-Teens lg Girls' Chorus 2, 33 Staff Assistants 33 Home liconomics Club 43 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Maude Elisabeth Aurand College Preparatory Maudie "All the Things You Are" jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 23 Sodalitas Latina Ig Classical Club 23 Span- ish Club 3, 43 Triadelphian Staff 3, 4g Masquers 3, Vice-President 43 Triad Staff 3, Editor 43 Quill SL Scroll 3, 43 National Hon- or Society 3, 43 Stifel Prize 23 Girls' Chorus 1. 3, 43 Stage Crew 3, 43 Science Club 4. Joanne Louise Armbrech College Preparatory Joanne Short, blonde, charmingl sweet Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Spanis Club 2, 3, 43 Studen Council Assistant 33 Girl: Chorus 13 Jr. Red Cro: l, 2, 3, 4. J. Wallace Baird lndustrial Arts Wally Prospective farmer Football 4g Track 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 3, 43 Varsity Clu 3, 43 Nature Club 23 J Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 43 lr tramural Basketball 3, 4. Jo Anne Balke College Preparatory Jan "Something Sentimental" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, Secretary 45 Triad Staff 45 Triadelphian Staff 45 Student Council Assistant 45 Sednlitas Latina 1: Quill Bl Scroll 4. Colleen Gretchen Bnvin Home Economies Colleen A shy smile Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Claire Marie Belangcr College Preparatory Claire Rushin' for the bus Riding Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 -Ir. Red Cross l. 2, 3, 45 Sodalitas Latina 15 Swimming Club I, 25 Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3: G. A. A. 4. Beatrice Leona Benard General Bea Those big brown eyes Y-Teens I, 45 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. William Edward Blatt lndustrial Arts Bill Small and mighty 19 Marie A. Baller Commerciiil Marie Angelic voice Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Sextct 45 Y-Teens 25 Mixed Chorus 25 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Millicent Dolors Bnvin Home Economies Millie Quiet, and reserved jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 4. Phyllis Ann Beneke College Preparatory Phyd Miss Dunlap's right hand G. A. A. 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 45 Ping-pong Club 2, Secretary 35 Science Club 3, President 45 Stu- dent Council 3, 45 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Qlr. Red Cross Business Group l, 25 Sodalitas Latina I5 National Honor Society 3, 45 Y- Teens 1, Cabinet 2, 3, 4. James Irwin Bernardin lndustrial Arts Rocky "My Hero" Football l, 2, 3, Co4Cnptain 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Varsity Club 35 Junior Class Vice-President5 Sodalitas Latina 15 Ping-pong Club 35 -lr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Dorothy Ann Bott Commercial Dot lmpeccable dress Y-Teens l, Z, 3, 45 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Sodalitas Latina l5 Nature Club 3. 45 Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Trindelphian Stiiif 3, 45 Triad Staff 3, 4. Margie Jane Boyd General Jane Beautiful red tressc S Y-Teens 1, 2, 4: Triad Staff 45 Triadclphian Staff 45 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1. Ruth Della Br b o eck General Ruth "There I Said It Again' Y-Teens 45 Jr. Red Cross -P5 Home liconomics Club 1. Vivien Boyer General Vivien Lass from Pennsylvania Riding Club 4' Y T , - cens 45 Tri-Hi Y 2 3 Ruth Mary Bradford Coll ege Preparatory R uthie "My Reverien Sodalinas Lat' ina 15 Y-Teens - , .5 Transfer- 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council red as a Senior from Can- Assistant 25 Science Club onsburg High School, Can- 45 Spanish Club 45 jr. Red onsburg, Pa. Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Helen Ann Brosky Patricia Arlene Brown Commercial College Preparatory H. A. B. ' Pa: A Sunny gal Srarry-eyed and quiet Y-Teens 15 jr. Red Cross Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Art Club I, 2, 3, 45 Girls, Chorus 1, 35 Jr K 2, 3, 4. . lcd Cross 1, 2, 3, W-Q l- Eleanor Jo Branclfass La Verda Brasch College Preparatory General Eleanor La Verda Always in her "Chevy", A nice person Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Y-Teens 1, 3, 45 Jr, Rn Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodalitas Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Latina 15 Classical Club 25 Spanish Club 4' S ' , wnnming Club 1, 25 Riding Club 2, 3, Vic:-President 45 Srifel Prize 15 G. A. A. 4. Dorothy Jean B uflington College Preparatory Dot Dependability plus Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2 1- Y Te ens 1, 2, 5 4-l H , , ome Economics Club 45 Stu- dcn ' 20 t Council Assistant 4. Virginia Lee Burgess General Ginny "Just my Bill" Student Council 15 Swir na' ing Club 2, 3, 45 ' Te ens 1, 2,3 4' a 1 Jr' R' Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Betty Lee Carnahan General Skeeter Blithe and debonaire Y-Teens I, 2, 4: Sodalitas Latina 1: Nature Club 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council As- sistant 4. Roxie Maxine Catlett Home Economics Roxie Carefree and happy Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 4: jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Phyllis Jean Clemens Commercial Phil "Ring on My Finger" Y-Teens 1, 4: Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Staff Assistant 2, 3. Marjorie Ruth Cook College Preparatory Cookie Poised and graceful Y-Teens 2, 3, Cabinet 4: Art Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4: Nature Club 2, Treasurer 3, President 4: Science Club 4: Tennis Club 4: jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: G. A. A. 4: lintered as a Sophomore from Mount de Chantal. Nancie Elizabeth Cornell College Preparatory Nancie Tridel Quiz Kid Y-Teens I, 2, Cabinet 3, President 4: Sodalitas Latina 1: Student Council lg Nature Club I, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Commencement Speaker: jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross Business Group 2: Service Record Committee 2: Classical Club 2: Spanish Club 3, Vice-President 4: National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4: Science Club 4: Senior Class See- retary: Stifel Award 1, 2, 3. 21 Warren Van Carroll Industrial Arts Wick Aiming for the stars Swimming Club 4: Rifle Cflub 2, 3: jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. John Howard Clemens Commercial Spike Infectious laughter National Honor Society 3, 4: Bas- ketball l: Student Council 2, 3, Marshal 4: Student Council Assist- ant I: -Ir. Red Cross 1, Z, 3, 4: -Ir. Red Cross Business Group 2: Stage Crew 3. Madelyn Elise Colvig College Preparatory Mady Sweet and lovely Sodalitas Latina 1: Classical Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Y-Teens l, 2. 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3. 41 Triad Staff 3: Triadelpbian Staff 3: Art Club 1: Stage Crew 3: Quill 8' Scroll 3, 4. Jack Cooper General Soup Tridel cut-up jr. Red Cross 2, 3. 4: jr. Red Cross Business Group 2: Ping-pong Club 2, 3: Varsity Club 3: Swimming Club 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Track 2, 3. 4: Football Manager 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Intramural Basketball 3: Tennis 2: Entered as a Sophomore from Central. Ted Cox College Preparatory Lips A man of few words Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball l, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1: Tennis I. 2: Golf 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Sodalitas Latina I: Student Council 1: Sophomore Class Secre- tary-Treasurer: Ping-pong Club 2, 3: Track 1: Swimming Club I, 2 3, 4. Nancy Lou Crow Commercial Rocky Sings for her supper Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Stu dent Council Assistant ., I 3. 43 Nature Club 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 25 Sextet 3, 4. Agnes Darl Dillon Home Economics Darl Quiet and nice to know Y-Teens l, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Thomas Daile Y College Preparatory Tom It'll always be ess' ' ie. Sodalitas Latina Viee-Prcs- ident lg jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4g Jr. Red Cross Business Group 2, Ping- pong Club 2, Publicity Di- rector 3g Classical Club 25 Student Council Assistant 43 Masquers 3, Freshman Commencement Speaker, Basketball l, 2, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 3: Ten- nis 1, 25 S wimming Clult lg Track 4. Walter Dittrich Industrial Arts Whitey Withdrew Jan. 28, 1947 James Edward Davis College Preparatory jeff "That Old Black Magic" Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 25 Intramural Basket- ball 1, Cross l, ... 3, 42 lf' Rell Cross Council 3, 4: Mas- 2, 3, 44 jr. Red 7 quers 4, Sodalitas Latina Ig Izfeshfnlln C0n1fnCnCCn1Cnf Speaker, Rifle Club 3: Science Club 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 4. james Dixon College Preparatory james -lust give me a baseball Baseball 2, 3, 4. 22 james DeMoss College Preparatory Amo I'm always chasing-foob balls. Football 2, 3, 4: Track 2 3, 4, Band lg Hi-Y 4 Cross l, 2, 3, 4'-ll1'!"l mural Basketball l, 3,i 4, Science Club 43 Baseball 3. John Drawneck lnd ustrial Arts john "Time On My Hands" French Club 1, 25 Ir. Reel Joan E. Dieckmann College Preparatory joan "You Stole My Heart" Sodalitas Latina 1: Classi cal Club 2, Spanish Clul 3, 43 Swimming Club 1 2, 35 Ping-pong Club 2, 3 Tennis Club 4, Seienc: Club 43 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2 3, 43 jr. Red Cross Busines Group 2, Y-Teens l, 2, 3 4: Masquers 3, Secretary 'l'reasurer 43 Student Coun eil 3, 45 lllfarwood lfx change Speiker 4' N ' , , . , atmna Honor Society 3, Viee President 4. Suzanne Carol Dumas General Sue "Sweet Sue-just You" -Ir. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4' Na , tur Club I, 2, 3, Mixer Chorus 23 Student Counei Assistant 2, 4g Staff Assist .int 35 Stage Crew 3, Hom Economics Club 45 Girls Chorus 1, 2, 4. QW, , 3 john G. Eikey Industrial Arts john Tall :1n,l terrific Football I, 2, 3, 4: -Ir. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Leona Sue Elliott Commercial Susie Lovely lassie Mixed Chorus Z: Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: hlr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 4: Student Couneil As- sistant 33 Stage Crew 3. Phyllis Ann Faris College Preparatory Ann Friend to all Sotlnliras Latina I: Y-Teens I, 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Science Club 4: hlr. Red Cross I, 2. 3, 4: Tennis Club 4: Student Council Assistant 4. John Emmett Ferrell jr. College Preparat-ory lfminent Ifminent lfmmett Traek I, 2, 3, 4: Swimming Club I, 2, 3, 4: Sodulitas latina I: Masqusrs 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2 3, 4: Science Club 4. Roland Archer Fink Industrial Arts Arch High-stepping track man Track I, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Bas- ketball I, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3: Projection Crew 4: Science Club 4: Sodalitas Latina I: Swimming Club 4: -lr. Reel Cross I, 2, 3, 4. 23 Ruth Anne Elliott Commercial Ruthie Tiny and demure Y-Teens I, 2, 4: -lr. Red Cross I, 2, 3. 4. Joyce Lucille Errington Commercial IUY "joy to the XVorld" Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3: YATeens I: Staff Assistants Z, 3: library Coun- selor 3: llr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Dorothea Fee College Preparatory Dottie Studious and friendly Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, Treasurer 4: Classical Club 2, 3. 4: Tennis Club 4: Sodalitas Latina I: Student Council 2: -lr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Library Counselor 2. Joseph Figaretti Industrial Arts ng Tridel's Fred Astaire Golf I, 2: Ilateball 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 4: ln! tixnnural liasketball I, 2, 3. Charles Anderson Fink Industrial Arts Charley Small fry Football 5, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: -lr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Entered as a Sophomore from South Charleston High School. Charleston, XV. Va. Mary Etta Fleming Commercial Mary Etta Sweet as any girl can be Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. June Rose Lea Gittings Commercial june Onc of few words Girls' Chorus, 1, 2, 35 Staff Assistant 25 Y-Teens 45 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Robert C. Fonner Commercial Case Casanova himself Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Swimming Club 4. Jane Bryan Goodwin College Preparatory Janie Queenly grace Sodalitas Latina 15 Girls' Swimming Club 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, Cabinet 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 15 G.A.A. 2. 3, President 45 Nature Club 45 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Ping-pong Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3. Mary Jo Frum College Preparatory Jvdy i'My Little Brown Book" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Sozlalitas Latina 15 Classical Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, Sec- retary-Treasurer 45 Library Counselor 3, 45 Science Club 4: Stutlent Council Assistant 45 Stifel Prize 2, 3. Lois Jean Gordon College Preparatory .lean "Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair" Sodalitas La-tina 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Nature Club 45 Swimming Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Riding Club 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 15 Science Club 45 Spanish Club 45 -Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. 24 Jerry Gaa College Preparatory V Jerry Sailing, sailing Jr. Red Cross 3, 45 Science Club 45 Served in U. S. Navy from March 9, 1944 until May 25, 1946. Janet Rose Griffith Commercial .l-In Strawberry blonde Ed Gellner Industrial Arts Eddie "Actions speak louder than words." Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track l, 2, 3, 4. Byron Gross College Preparatory Byron Witty and full of, jest Sodnlitas Latina 15 Projec- tion Crew 45 Jr. Red Cross I, 2. 3, 4. Margaret Howard Guenther College Preparatory Psgsy "You Keep Coming Back Like .1 Song" Ping-pong Club 2, 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Nature Club 3, 4: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council Assistant 3, 4: Sodalitns Latina I: Tennis Club 4: lr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Richard Donald Hand General Don Triadelphian handy man Track 3, 4: Triadelpliian Staff -I: Triad Staff 4: Quill 8: Scroll 4. Marjorie Jean Harris Commercial Curly lilitltc Spirit Y-Teens l, 4: Staff Assistant 2, 33 llr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Nxttttre Club 4. Wallace H. Henderson lndustrittl Arts Wally Little genius Swimming Club I: Student Council I: lr. Red Cross Business Group I, 25 Track 2: Alr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: In-tritmurnl lhsketlxtll 2: Science Club 4. Patricia Ruehl Hess College Preparatory Patti "lt's st Grand Night for Singing" Sodalitns Latina I: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 3, 4: Stage Crew 3: Sextet 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: lr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 4. 25 Martha Jane Hallett College Prepnmtory Martha "My Heart Sings" Sodnlittts Latina I: N.tture Club 3, 4: Swimming Club 3, 4: Yflieens I, 2, 3, 4: lr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Sp.tnisl1 Club 4: Science Club 4: Student Council Assistant 3, 4. Robert Hare College Prep:1t'.ttt:i'y Fuzz "Fully w't1l1y" liilsebttll 3, 4: Stage Crew 2, 4, 4: lntrnmurnl ll.tsketb.1ll 2, 3, 4: So- dalitits l.ntin.t lg Alr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: li.1skut,b.ill I: Student Coun- cil Assistant 4. Robert Haskins lndtistri.il Arts Bob Bobbin' along Hi-Y 4: Track Ig lntr.tmut'.1l Bas- lsctball l, 23 Retl Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Lawrence Hess College Preppirntory liud Soutllpttw Sod.1lit.1s l..tt,in:i I: lr. Red Cross I, Z, 3, 4: Ping-pong Club 2, 3: lltiyx' Cllorus 4: Student Council Assistant 2: Senior Class Vice-l'resi- dent: l5.tsketb.ill 2: lntr.tmut'.tl Rgts- ketlmll 3, 4: Swimming Club I, 2, Co4C.1pt.xin 3, 4: 'I'-:nnis I, 2: Base- Imll 4: Scienct' Club R. Dolores Frances Hohmnn General Del-ti A smile tl1.tt wins Sotlalitas l..1tin.t I: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Home lieonomies Club 4: -lr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Cirls' Clmrus l, 2, 3, 4. Marilyn B. Holde rman Mary Lou Horter Betty Idele Howard Harold Lee Huff Thelma Rose Jackson College Preparatory College Preparatury Hum: lieunomics General Commercial Lynn Lou Betty Tiny Teddy The xky's the limit. "My Sugar ls So Refined' Hc's just my Wgillzice. lilalsliy dresser "To liacli His Own" Y-Teens I, 3, 4, Classical Swimming Club 2, 3, 4, -lr. Red Cross I, 2. 3, 4g -lr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, 'Ii-, Red Cross I, Z, 3 4 Club 2, 3,Spanisl1 Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 klr. Red Home llcunemics Club 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Student YATeens 3. President 4, Masquers 3, Cross 2, 3, 4, Masquers 4: Secretary-Treasurer 3, Y- Council Assistant 2. 3. President 4, Natiunal Hon- Science Club -I: Classical Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Classical ur Society 3, 4, ilr. Real Club3,Seuret,1ry Treasurer Club Z. Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Slifel 4, linrered as n Sophomore Award 3. from St. bluseplfs Academy. Robert W. Kellermeyer Marilyn Jane Kender Wilbur Lee Kelvington Eugene William Kennen Elizabeth Nay Kepner College Preparatory College Preparatory Industrial Arts General College Preparatory Kelly Marilyn Lee Kenny Betty High-stepping drum major "Oh, jolmnyn "Tlicre's a Sung in My "Hey You Up Dare, NVl1o Queen of the year Swimming Club I, 2, Co- Art Club 1, 2, Sodalitas Heart" Dat Down Dem?" Sodalitas Latina lg Ridin Cflpfllln 3, 41 Hi-Y 3. 4: Latina Ig Classical Club Projection Crew 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Track I, 2, Club I, 2, 3, President 4 5IllClCl1f C0UnCll 2, 3, 45 2, 3, Riding Club 2, 3, 4, Qlr. Red Cross I. 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Var- Y-Teens I. 2, 5, 43 G-A-A Classical Club Z, 3, 4, So- Ping-pong Club 2, 3, Y- Hi-Y 4. sity 34 Student Council -lg hlr. Red Cross l, 2, 3 dalitzls Latina lg Masquers 'liens 1, 2, 3, 45 -Ir, Rui Assistant 4. 4: Studcnr. Council Assis 42 lldml l- 2- Drum Mlllflf Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Spanisli Y-mf 5' i I 3, 4, -Ir. Red Cross I, 2, 3, Club 4, 4, Science Club 3, 45 Stu- dent Council Assistant 1, Z, 3: Varsity Club " L, 31 llaneemasiers 3. 26 , Swimming Club I 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3 -I, Senior Class Secretary. no' Don Kiger College Prepairntury Legs Tall and mighty Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: lntr.unur.1l Basketball 1: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Golf I, Z, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2. 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2: Sodrilirns L.uin'i I: Boys' Chorus 4: Varsity Club 3: Swimming Club 4. John O. Kinney Jr. General Otto Motorcycle Heml jr. Real Cross l, 2, -I: Student Council Assistant 4: lioo1b.1ll 2: Track 2. Lois E. Koehl General l,o Raven black hnii' Y-Teens I, 2, 3, -I: Stall' Aswistini 2, 3: Home lfconomies Club -l: Rell Crows I, 2, 3, -I. Margaret Irene LaRue Commercial Margaret Dancing feet Y-Teenw 3, 4: Jr. Reel Crnsx I, 2. 3, 4. Patricia R. Lenore College Prepnramirv Pat "l've Got the Right to Sing Those Blues" Y-Teens l, 2, 3. -I: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Sodnliras Latina 3: Classi- c.1l Club 4: Triad SUIT 4: Triaclel- phinn Stuff 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3: Science Club 4: Quill H Scroll 4. 27 Lucille Mae Kimpcl College l'l'ep.1l'.it-My ls.ie That refined :iir ilr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens l 2, 3. 4: Slld.'lllI.lW I,1nin.i Secretary- lI'C.liUI'I3I' I: N.itur: Club 3, l're.i- surer -I: Ping-pong Club 3: M15- quers 3, 4: Spanish Club -I: Tri.i:l Stall 3, 4: Tl'l.lLlClI7lll.lI1 Staff 3, 4: Ouill 8: Scroll -I: Sue: Crew 4: Sci.nce Cilub -I. Carl Edwin Kirk:-r lmlLi5tri:il Arts Rirk "Life ls gi Song" Reel Cross l, 2, 3, -I: Titiclx 2, 3, -I-: lfontlull 4: Projection frew 2, 3, -I: Rille C luli 3. Kent D. Lacey Industrial Arie l..icc Smoothie SWlIl1IT1lIIQL Ciluh I, 1, 3, Ci.ipl.iin 4: w 1 'lixxck I, .., -I: hlr. Red Crow I, -, 3, 4: lfootlxill I, 2: Student Cioun cil Assistant 2: Science Club -I. jaquelinc Lehman iienernl .laclaie "l3ec.1usc" 5oLl.1lit.1s l,.iLin.i I: lr. Reel Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Science illub -li Riding Club 2, I, -I: Swininiine Club 3, -I: Y-'llccns l, 2, 3, 4. Thomas J. Lcnorc College Prep.ir.uory T. tl. "Dark Eyes' Track I, 2: Football -I: Varsity Club Secretary 2: Triadelphi.in Stall 2, 3: lfnteretl U. S. Navy, Feb. 7. l9'l'l. yann Mclntire Dolores Ann Mace General Dody "Sentimental Lady" Y-Teens I' Sod l' , a itas Latina I5 -Ir. R ed Cross 4. Jack . y nard General Mayne "In L smo- bile" Dempsey M1 1 My Merry OII Football 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3. Myrtle Rebecca Mai Commercial Betty "All Those Endearing Y , oung Charms" jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, John David M C c ord Industrial Arts johnny Swing your partner. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Student. Co ' " ' until Assistant 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross I, 7 3, 4. Il 4. B n College Prepar arbara Ann Malso atory Barbra Another Mann-dated girl Classical Club 3, 45 Y- Teens 2, 3, Cabinet 4' M. ixed Choru A i s ccoimpan- ist 25 Girls' Chorus Ac- co " mpanist 2, 3 4' S ., , cxtct Accompanist 45 Boys' Chorus Accompanist 45 Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club 45 Science Club 4: Nature Club 45 Ii ntered as a Soh . p omore from Clayflr. High. Harold E. McCullough College Preparatory Mac "I Haven't Got a Worry in the World" jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 35 National Honor Society 3, President 45 Sen- ior Class Prcsident5 Student Council Assistant 4. 28 Bett Ronald Industrial Arts Ronny Barbar Mann :Us guy Band 1, 45 junior Class Secretary5 Student Council 15 jr. Red Cross I. 2, 3, 45 Track I5 Football 2. Sarah Lou Maskrey College Preparatory Sarah Lou That low, pleasing voice Student Council Assistant 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 45 Sodalitas Iatim . . I5 Girls' Chorus 2, 3. Commercial Mac hrough a Thousand Dreams" Art Club I, 2, 3, 45 Y- Tcens I, 3, 4. .IT Florence Joann McKee College Preparatory Joann, "I'm a Big Girl Now" jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, President 45 Triad Staff 3, 45 Triadelphian Staff 3, 45 Masquers 3, 45 Student Council 2, 35 Sodalitas La- tina 15 Nature Club 35 Art Club 35 Stage Crew 35 Student Council Assis- tant 35 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Quill Sl Scroll 3, 45 Science Club 4. Marilyn Mabel McKeen Commercial Marilyn Impish grin Y-Teens 49 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Jack E. McNabb Industrial Arts .lack Tall and blond jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Band lg Student Council Assistant 2: Rifle Club 3. Norma June Mcintcl Commercial Norma June Brains in tlut pretty lienul Jr. Red Crum l, Z, 3, 4: Y-Teens l, 2, fl. -l. Philip Russell Miller Commercial Phil Quiet but nice Boys' Chorus 4. Jean Mox College Preparatory ,lean Cute blonde Y-Teens 1, 2, 43 Sodnlirns Latina lg Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 43 Stu- dent Council Assistant 4. 29 Ralph Paul McKean lndustri.1l Arts Paul Brown eyes and wavy lmir Alr. Red Cross l, 2, 3: lntr.tmur.il Basketball 4: Served in the Sembeei fron1 june 27, I9-li until july lb, l946. Jenn Mae McNabb Commercial -lean Twinltling blue eyes Y-Teens l. 3, 4: Library Cuunselm' l, 23 klr. Retl Croix l, 2, 3, 4. Carolyn joan Metcalf College I'rep.1r.it'ury Carol Brains :ind personality Y-Teens I. 2, 3, 4, Sudalitns l..1tin.i lg Clnwienl Club lg hlr. Red Crow l, 2, 3, -l. Alberta R. Morgan College Prep.lr.tt4u'y Alberta Taffy tresscs Sodalitns Latina lg Yflleens l, 2, 3, 4: Alr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Clioruw 2, 3, 44 Serviee Record Cuminitiec 2. Paul Myers lndustrial Arts Paul Quiet lad but oli, tliose eyes Richard Thom 'wa as Naegele Virginia Lee Nichols Charles Eugene Norman Jack Robert Olsen Nancy Virginia Olsen General General College Preparatory General llume Iiconomics Tommy Nicky Chuck Sweed Olsen Magnetic male She gets around. The eyes have it. Patti cake Tomboy Ilr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross 1, Z, 3, 45 Varsity Club 1, 25 Football Swimming Club 45 Tennis Freshman Class President5 Basketball 35 Intramural YATeens 4. I. 2, 35 Intramural Bas- 4, Jr, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Iireslxman Commencement Basketball 2, 45 Triad Staff ketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball Speakerg Nature Club 1, 2, 45 Trindelphian staff 4. l, 2. 3: Home Iiconomics Club Z, 3, President 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Secretary 45 Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Sextet 2, 3, 45 Student Council Assistant 3, 4. Wallace Richard Oref Jack Organ Madeline Pearlman Mary Jane Petfock William Popovich Industrial Arts Industrial Arts College Preparatory Commercial L'.0'nmCrC'u1 Doc Hogan Mndy .lane Bill We're loathe to lose this "Organ Grinder Swing" W'oman of the world A true friend Baby' face sawbones. Pmiid 1, 2,3QD3I1CCl11LlSCCfS Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Spanish Y'TeCn5 Ii Orchestra 1' 2- Band 1' 2' 3, 45 -lr' Red Football l, 2, 3, CO-CLll7- 2, 35 Jr, Red Cross 1, 2, Club 4, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, tain 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 5, 4, 3. 4- Varsity Club 1, 2, Vice- President 35 Freshman Class Secretary-Tre.1surer5 Sophomore Class Vice- Presidentg Junior Class President. 30 Lois Lynn Posin College Preparattory Lois Sweet and quiet Y-Teens I, 2, 3: Sodalitaw Latina l: Classical Club 2. Paul Edward Radcliffe Industrial Arts Rubberlegs Tall, dark and handsome Art Club 1: Varsity Club 3: I-li-Y 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Stuzlent Council Assistant 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball l, 2, 3: Football Z, 3, 4: Track l, 2, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 4. Betty Lou Ringer Commereial Stinky Pert and cute Y-Teens I, 4: Stall' Assistant 2. S:ei'etary-Treaxtiret' 3: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: tnrls Cliorux I, 2. Lois Rosenberg Home Economics Lois Quiet and dcmure Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Home Economies Club 4: Stu- dent Council Assistant 4. James Paul Russell Industrial Arts Pete Already taken jr. Red Cross 1, Z, 3, 4: Victory Corps 3: Student Council Assistant 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Track 1: Football 1, 2, 3. 31 James David Quinn College Preparatory Dive Gridiron seorelter Sndalitas Latina l: Ifresliman Com- mencement Speaker: Sophomore Class President: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross Business Group 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Z, 3, 4: Classical Club 2: Football Z, 3, 4: liasket- ball 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4: Student Council President 4: Intramural Basketball I, 2: Varsity Club 3: Student Council Assistant 2. Rudolph Radik Industrial Arts Rudy That edueated toe Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Track 2: Baseball 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3: Stage Crew 4: Masquers 4: ln- tramural Basketball 4: Boys' Clwrus 4: jr. Red Cro-s 2, 3. 4: U. S. Navy from May 31 1948 to Sept. 24, l946. Fritzie Robinson College Preparatory Ztirf Slioznem' liigli. Ilaskeiball I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2. 3, 4: Swimming I. 2: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, Viee-Prexitlent 3, 4: Sodalitas latina President I: Varsity Club 3: l3uys' Chorus 4: Ping-pong Club 3. Doris Jacqueline Russell Commercial jackie "l'm Gonna Love Tliat Guy" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Art Club I, 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Mary Elizabeth Russell Commercial Shorty l"iano-playing genius jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Stifel Award I: Staff Assistant 2, 3: G.A.A. 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4. Melvin Ralph Salter Industrial Arts Clancy oh, Kitty Student Council Assistant 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Richard Schaub Industrial Arts Rich A well-earned limelight Football 2, 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 34 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Marjorie Carol Sampson General Marjorie How now, brown eyes Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 44 Staff Assistant 39 Home Econo- mics Club 45 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Ruth Ann Scherich College Preparatory Ann Captivating smile Sodalitns Latina Ig Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2. 3, 4. Peggy Jean Saunders Commercial Peg' Easy going and attractive Y-Teens 1, 45 Art Club 1, 2, 3g Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. William H. Schneider Industrial Arts Doc Some guy, some car Band 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 23 Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. 32 James Savarino Industrial Arts james Keeps himself to himself Esther Virginia Schultz Commercial Esther "Silence is golden." Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Richard M. Sanur College Preparatory Dick I.insly's loss was our gai Stage Crew 3, 45 Stude Council Assistant 3, Football 3, 4g Track 3, Boys' Chorus 45 Masqw 4g Jr. Red Cross 3, 43 I tramural Basketball 45 E tered as a junior frc Linsly. Paul Wilbur Schweiz College Preparatory Paul 3'Make Mine Music" French Club 1, 2, Band 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, Dancemasters 1, 2, 3g Red Cross 1, 2, 5, 4. james Louis Scrig College Preparatory jim A quiet one-man guy Sodalitas Latina 1: jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. William Edward Sieber College Preparatory Rebeis "I Dream of You" Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Baa- kerball 2, 3, 4: Football l, 2: Swimming Club l, 2, 3, 4: Sodalitris Latina 1: Hi-Y 3, 4: Ping-pong Club 2, 3: Art Club 2: jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Chorus 4: Stage Crew 4. Betty Lou Smith General Betty Lou Quiet but so dependable Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Seienee Club 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: 'liriad Typist 3, 4. Lois Merlyn Smith General Iou Gas- Gaia-eyed Y-Teens l, 4: jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Dolores Rose Stoehr Commercial Dolores Can a-Ford to drive a car Y-Teens l, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3. 4. 33 Dolores Shnckclford College Preparaltvtxry Do Beautiful and classy Sodalitas Latina 1: Swimming Club l. 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Nature Club Z, 3: jr. Red Crosv l. Z. 3, 4. Willianz H. Sligar Commercial Croonet' "l.ay Low Lizzie" Intramural Basketball Co-Captain l, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3. 4: Stage Crew 3, 4: Triadelphian Staff 4: Triad Staff 4. Gene Alfred Smith Commercial liuogar Little "genie" Stage Crew 3: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Richard M. Stegncr Industrial Arts Dick Tall and timid Sodalitas Latina l: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 2, 3: Track l. 3, 4: Student Council Assistant 4: Golf 5. john T. Sydnor jr. College Preparatory jack Never allirks a responsibility Sodalitaw Latina 2: Science Club 3: Nature Club 3: Boys' Chorus 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3. 4. 3 1 Nancy Ann Tebay College Preparatory Nancy The girl with the golden curls Y-Teens l, 2, 5, 43 Jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 49 Sodalitas Latina I9 Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3. Edith Vercellotti General Eadie A sporting woman Jr. Rad Cross 1, 2, 3, 49 G.A.A. 4. Sue Anne Thieroff College Preparatory Sue Magnetic and vivacious Riding Club 2, 5, 49 Ping- pong Club 2, 3: Y-Teens Cabinet. 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres- ident 49 Science Club 49 Masquers 49 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 49 Swimming Club 49 Sodalitas Latina 19 Stu- dent Council Assistant 39 Tennis Club 3. Joanne Vidic Commercial Jo Noiseless but nice Y-Teens 1, 3, 49 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Robert L. Thornburg College Preparatory Bob Waiits to be a football hero jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 44 Football 3, 49 Track 3, 49 Sodalitas Latina 1. William Vinall Industrial Arts Bill Pigskin parader Football 1, 2, 3, 44 Basket- ball 19 Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 49 Varsity Club JQ Stage Crew 2, 3. 34 William Ulrich College Preparatory Fingers Smiling blue eyes Basketball 19 Intramural Basketball 2, 5, 49 Track 39 Football 2, 3. 49 Ping- pong Club 2, Sergeant-arf arms 39 Varsity Club 39 Spanish Club 3, 49 Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4, Band 1, 2, 39 Orchestra 1, 29 Stu- dent Council Vice-Presi- dent 39 Student Council Assistant 3, 49 Stage Crew 2, 39 Projection Crew 49 Dancemasters I, 2, 39 -Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 49 Science Club 4. Joan Marie Walker Commercial joanie Nice to have around Y-Teens 1, 2, 49 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. N, Robert George Vanarna General Bob Van of the hour Baseball 2, 3, 49 lntramur. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 49 Trac 19 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, I 4. Margaret Walker College Preparatory Pfssy Tall and stately Masquers 3, 49 Y-Teens 49 jr. Red Cross 3, 4. v ,nf " I 1 Johannah Virginia Ward General -Ioie A swell person to know Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, llr. Red Cross I, 2, 3. 4. Evelyn Ruth Wear Home Economics Iivcy "In My Solitude" Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross l. 2, 3, 4. Mary Lou Whipkcy General Wlmiiw A mind of her own Y-'lieens I, 3: llr. lied Lum I, 2 3, 4. Dorothy Joan Wilclern College Preparatory .lv I.insly on her mind Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodnlitas I,.1tinn Ig -Ir. Red Cross I, 2. 3, 4. Colleen Ruth Winland College Preparatory Connie XVelIsburg's gift to Tridel Classical Club 3, -Ig Y-Teens 4g Science Club 3, -Ir. Red Cross 3, 4, Iintered as ll Sophomore from Wells' burg High School. 35 Betty Lucinda Watkins General Betty Lou Steady pal Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Service Record Commit- tee 3: Home Economics Club 3, Vice-President 4. Icy Mae Wheeler General Icy She loves life. Y-Teens I: jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Harry C. White Commercial Harry "Say It W'ith Music" Ili-Y -Ig Mnsquers 4: Student Coun- cil Assistant Z, 3, 45 llroiection Crew 3, 4. W. Frank Wineman Industrial Arts Snake Sprinter and broad jumper Track I, 2, 3, 41 Football 3, 4, jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 3. Anne Corinne Winters Commercial Anne I1's the smile that does it. Y-Teens I, 1. 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2: ,IL Red Cross l, Z, 3, 4, Alr. Red Cross Business Group I, 2: Student Council Assistant -I. Richard O l rvi le Winters Industrial Arts Dick The quiet type -Ir. Red Cross l, Z, 3, 4: Student Council Assistant 3: Track 3, 4: Intramural V ill ' ' ' ' 4 tyball 3: Rifle Club 3. John Hess Young Colle ' ' Martha jane Witzberger General Martha Her manner is pleasing. Y-Teens 2, 4: -lr, L Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. ge Preparatory john "Give Me t.he -Ir. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4 Projection Crew 4. Simple Life" Charles Zarnits W College Pre s illiam Wood A iaratory W'oods Perpetual haircut Freshman C11 V' .ss ice-Presi- dent' f ' , Sodalitas Latina I: Student Council 2: Student Council Assistant 3, 4: Hi- Y 3, 4: Varsity Club 2. 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. joe Lcc Zednick Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Chickery Chick .Ioe "Chuck" the Roamer The hair that girls love Basketball 1, 2, 3: Foot- to touch ball l, 2: Ping-pong Club Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 2, 3: Intramural Basketball , 4: Jr. Red Cross I, 2. 4: Triad Staff 4: Triadel- 3, 4: Basketball 1, 4: Golf phian Staff 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4- ' 4. , Iaootball 2. 36 Patricia Ann Yndo Phoebe Ellen Yan-ling College Prep.n'.i1ory College Prepargim,-y Patty Peg Friendly and diligent "Stormy W'q,1rl1er" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Mg Chorus 1, 2: Girls' Chorus quers 3, 4: Triadelphi 4: Science Club 3, 4: Span- Staff 3, 4: Triad Staff 3, ish Club 4: Iintered as a Library Counselor 4: - -lunior from West Alex- Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, S ander High School, Wlest dalitas Latina 1, Alexander, Pa. William H. Zimmerman College Preparatory Bill Always seen witl , 1 "limit" Basketball 1, 2g Football 2: S . 1 . odalitas Latina 1: jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Jessie Ruth Zinn College I'rep'irit . . ory Jessie She sees him "Dailey." Sodalitas Latina I: Clas cal Club 2: Freshm Commencement Speak Riding Club 2, 3 GAA Z . . . , 3, Treasurer Swimming Club 2, 3, Pr ident 4: National Hof Society 3, Secretary 4: Teens l, 2, Secretary 3, lr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. IUNIORS E an 4 r A' ,Arr 4:- 1512: 439. YY -ll - FIRST ROW: Louise Martha Ackerman, Barbara Lee Albers, jack Amato, Patricia jean Annon, Dorothy Mac Atkinson, Phyllis Bachmann, joan Bailey, Dorothy Baker, Phyllis Bargiel, Nancy Barker. SECOND ROW: Patricia Casey Bates, D-on Baumann, Dale Beecrofr, jeannc Beidlcr, Robert Benner, Marilyn licrgncr, Eleanor Jane Bitzer, Carol Bixler, Floyd Black, james Black. THIRD ROW: Thelma Blanc, Marilyn Lou lioggrd, Robert Lee Bogard. Carol jean Bormr, Williani Bowman, Nancy Louise Brammer, Peggy Iiumgnrdner, Nancy Burger, Corneal Butler, Gerald Dale Butler. FOURTH ROW: William Caldwell, Margaret Carter, Vera Carrmill, Lois Cecil, john F. Chambers, Frank Cihy, Darlene Clark, Iilcanor Clark, -Ioan Clarke. Jack Cook. 37 I UNIOR FIRST ROW: Margaret Cornwell, Virginia Crupe, Rita Dallas, jean Davis, joan D. Davis. L00 Davis, Robert Davis, ,Ieanne Dieckmann, William Eaton, Nancy Lee Eblc. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Echols, Barbara Ann linclcw, james Iivans, jean Evans, Marjory Fulck, Jeanne Fee, Bill Fink, Donald Fischer, Sally Fish, Don Firv. THIRD ROW: Leona Folmar, Ed Friedrichs, Edward Gaughan, Ruby Gititings, Jean Glauscr, Della Goodim, Christccn Green, Elizabeth Hadden, Audrey Hamilton, Kathryn Hancock, FOURTH ROW: Elva Hand, Mary Hanket, Susan Hansen, Don Hardesty, Richard Hare, Jacqueline Hauglmt, Rutll Havrilcck, Billie -Io Headley, Barbara Hitt, Robert Hixenbauglm. 38 FIRST ROXW: Betty Jo Honaker, joan Hores, Eddie Humphrey, Dolores jones, Donald jones, -Icnnn Qlnnkins, Nnrka Keller, Rosemary Kiger, Helen Gene Kimmins, Joanne Kimmins. SECOND ROW: Arden King, Doris King, Lyle Kinney, Robert Kinney, Helen Joyce Kiser, Helen Knight, Nancy Knight, Carol joy Kreis, Betty Ann Laboric, Arthur Levin. THIRD ROW: Helen Lewis, Nancy Lewis, Anna Lee Litman, Rieh.ir.l Little, Steve Luckrner, Nancy Loy, Peggy Lydiclt, Burdetta Marshall, L.: Vaughn Marshall, Marilyn Marshall. FOURTH ROW: Dun Matthews, Tom McCmrroll, -lane McC.1uslnnLl. janet McClelland, Robert McColloch, Louise McConnell, Kaye Mcfilumphy, Helen McHenry, Mnrtic Meek, I,u Ann Meggison. C LA 39 IUNIOR FIRST ROW: Eugene Meintcl, Carole Miller, Mary jane Miller, Ellen Monroe, Ruth Moore, jackie Mullarkey, T. J. Murvin, Howard Nay, Robert Nelson, Fred Newell. SECOND ROW: Russell Newland jr., Edwin Nicholson, Clifton Noble, Patty Owens, Jean, Parsons, Grace Philabaum, Madalyn Plants, Don Poindexter, Louis Pracht, Dolores Quinn. THIRD ROW: jo Ann Reister, john Richeson, Marilyn Ridgely, Warren Rodgers, Sidney Rogerson, Ann Louise Roman, Sonia Roman, Dorothy Schank, Fred Schuler, Nancy Sharpenberg. FOURTH ROW: Raymond Sharpsky, Sam Shearer, Bill Signorelli, Morton Sleisinger, Stanley Stephens, Dorothy Supler, Etta Suplcr, Robert Taucher, George Taylor, William Taylor. 40 FIRST ROXV: Lcc Tolcrton, Rmc Vnnnmzln, Nviliiam Vance jr., Dana Vcrccllntti, Alma XVJIICY, Ifriilii W'alrcr, Ralph Whnrtnxri. SECOND ROVV: W'illinm Vfhvclcr, joe XViIli.inu, Doris XVilSbCFgCf, Gloria jcaxi W'olfc, Patricia Wfood, Mary jean Wriglit, Robert Ynhrling. THIRD ROXV: Richard Yost, Norma Zimmer, Ruth Zink, Barbara Zoeckler, jackie Hcddrich. CLASS 41 SOPHOMORE FIRST ROW: Tommy Ackerman, Robert I.. Agnew, George Andre, Grace Armstrong, Helen Ann Arslain, Stewart Bachmann, james Bailey, NVanda Ball, Virginia Ann Baller, Helen Baltz, Dave Barnes. SECOND ROW: Dolores Margaret Baron, Henry Barth, Marvin Barth, David Bauer, Bessie Beaman, Tommy Belangcr, Cynthia Bishop, Gerald Blake, Nancy Bolen, Raymond Borkowski, Caroline Boyd, 'llllllill ROVV: George Boyd, Betty Bright, james Brown, William Brown, ,lean Bryan, Mary Butlington, Ruth Ann Bullard, Tod Bullard, joan liliznbeth Beisch, Nancy Burgc, Darlene Carpenter. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Casper, Clara Castilow, Robert Cherry, john Chiazza, Charles Clark, Dorothy jean Colman, Carroll A. Cook, Robert Cook, Iiddie Cornett, Sally Cracraft, Cecil Criswell. FIFTH ROW: lilizabexli Cross, Herman Cross, Macllyn Cunningham, Mary Louise Dabrzynslci, Marjorie Davis, Gertrude Dean, Norma DeMnss, Lael Dillon, Carl Dillree, Alfred Dobbs jr., Wilma Dudor. 42 FIRST ROW: james Iidgell jr., james VV. Iilliott, Charlene I-fverezt, Phil Faris, ,Ioanne Yasi, Berry jo Iferns. Iisrher Iferrell, Regenia Fisher, Wilda Flouhouse, Dolores .lean Freyler, Ileverly .lune Ciarlius, SECOND ROW: Irvin Gellner, Dorothy loan Gcrhardt, Michael Gerrek. Russell Goodwin ulr., Iohn Gnrrell, Ruth Graham, Ilileen Griliith. Marion Louise Grow, Luis Ciustkey. Lynne Ciuatkey, Philip Hagedorn. THIRD ROW: Alma Hand, ,lane H.17leLt. Alice Geraldine Healy, Iiarlaara Henderson, lidna Hercules, Donald Hess, Samuel Hoblitzcll, Isabelle Hohman, Claire Hulbert, -loyce H-olderman, Clifford llolniew. FOURTH ROVV: Mary Lou Holmes, Marjorie Horus, .loan Horrer, Phyllis Hunter, Carolyn Ihlenfehl, Valerie jones, Rosemary Kahle, Mary Kamenieky, .Ioseph Kelxo, Beuy Kerns, Ge-urge King. ITIFTH ROW? ,Iimmie Knight, Harry Kupe, Harry Kreglu, james Kreglo, Delores Kummers, Marilyn Lane, Shirley Lehman, Iilizabeth Little, Kathryn Lively, Mary Lucas, Robert Luehelti. LA 43 SOPHOMORE FIRST RONW: Ann Lukens, lileanor Marsh, june McAdams, Velma Mcflombs., Ruth Ann McCord, Rose Ann MeCurcly, Robert McKarney, Don McKee, james MeNasla, Beverly Metz, Mabel Milan. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Miliken, Robert Morton, -lane Mull, Lois Murphy, Darlene Naumann, Robert Ncidardt, Marilyn Nester, Curless Newland, Paul Nickerson, Rosella Nickerson, Vauglan Nolte. THIRD ROXV: lidward Norman, ,lack Oates, Andy Oppmann, .Iolm Orr, Jane Orr, Jacqueline Ours, Mildred Ann Pane- pinlo, Delores Pannelis, Virginia Paseo, Sidney Paviluek, Arcli Pelley. FOURTH ROXV: -Ioanne Peters, Helen Marie Perry, ,lim Peyton, Burke Porter, Melvin Porter, Lois Posey, Rosemarie Puskavicli, Donna Quinn, Donald Raelosevic, Frances Ralph, Bob Rapp. FIFTH ROW: Curtis Rausclaenberg, George Rauscher, Bob Reurlier, Barbara Roberts, Marilyn Rose, john Runkle, Sarali Russell, Doris Sampson, .lean Sanzeri, june Saunders, Carl SJYIOF. 44 FIRST RONV: Bessie Seams, Andrew Schafer, Mary Lou Schaper, limb Seherieh, Marjorie Seabright, Sonia Seholsky, Prank Settle, Gordon Sharp, Louis Shaw, liieliard Sligar, Charles Smith. SECOND ROXV: Gertrude Smith, ,lamev Smith, Bob Somerville, Mendal Spears, Zack Springer, Geneva Spruwls, Peggy Sprowls, Phillip Stern, Sarah Stitt, jay St-racking, Sally Supler. Tllllill ROXV: Charles Swicliert, Richard Tnllman, Atlclaide illliiernff, Martin Tlmrnlxurg, Rnlwei'ta Tlimnton, Oliver Todd, Shirley 'l'ros.cl1, Mary lillen Van Camp, Opliir Vellenoweth, lfmma Vercellrmtti, Louisa Vermillion. FOURTH ROXV: llelen Visnauskaa, Sarah Anne Willker, Nelda june NVallaee, Duliwex XVailtim, Stella Weiaal, Whilter Xveiial, .lanies XVef-t, -Iimmie W'est, james XVheeler, l.uuie Wilson, Willuii' Wilson. lillflll RUXV: lilivabeili Ann XVulmlkin, -lean Yulm, .lime Ynlm, Shirley Yunrlte, Mary lui Zinlt. Ll-l 45 FRESHMAN FIRST ROXV: Harry Abplanalp, Betty Ankroin, Norma Arehbold, Lola Armstrong, Robert Armstrong, Irma Auber, Marguerite Ball, Wliiula Bargiel, Patty Barker, Donald Barney, Williaiim Behrens. SECOND ROXV: George Benard, limma Lee Bennington, Dona Bey, Robert Birney, jeanne Bishop, Patricia Ann Blatt, ,lack Blessing, Sharon Bodkin, Nancy Boring, Peter Boyd, Kathryn Boye. THIRD RONV: lillen Brieve, jerry Bruhn. I.aura Bullock, George Bushon, Virginia Buzzard, Ruth Carter, Margaret Clmflin, Ralph Chambers, Iidward Chops, Iflizabeth Lee Clark, Harry Clark. FOURTH ROXW: Carolyn Conner, Gerald Cook, Ruth Ann Cooper, Dorothy Mae Cox, jackie Culver, Loring Dague, .I. K. Dailey, Alice Dajehak, Alice Davis, Carol Davis, Donald Davis. FIFTH ROW: Dorothy Davis, Nancy Day, Charles DcPriest, joan Depto, Ronald Dillree, Dorothy Dobrzynski, Emma Dobrzynski, Donald Dolencc, Fritz Dorer, Iidward Doyle, Ruth Ann Doyle. 46 ,rf f I NS,-Z., do, r X , Op XQQ- i FIRST ROXV: Phyllis Duval, Mary Lee Edge, Ronald Iidgu, Patsy lidwards, lietly .Io Iiikey, Harold Ifaxt, Shirlee Ferguson, Barbara Ferrell, Lloyd Ferrell, Elsie Fleming, Richard Fleming. SECOND ROW: Marlynn Floro, Dorothy Forte, Norma Franklin, Harold Fravicr, jack Gammon, Fleannr Ann Gibson, 0 I,uis Gilson, janet Mae Glessncr, I.arry Good, Ruth Ann Gordon, Lucille Gumm. THIRD ROXV: Dorothy Guy, Mary Hamilton, jenna Mae Harris, Shannon Haugh, Tommy Hawkins, Helen Hetfron, David Helms, Joan Higgs, Betty Hincgarclner, Frccla Hixenbaugh, Jean Holman. FOURTH ROXV: Charles Hortcr, Ann Hutzcll, Waiitla Mae Isenberg, Carl -Iasko, Dorothy jones, Peggy I,ou Kamenicky, Doris Kelso, Maxine Kent, Charles Kirkland, W'illiam King, Nancy Sue Knight. FIFTH ROXV: Virginia Mac Knollinger, Robert Korn, Ronald Kuhens, Anthony Lenore, Margaret Little, Carl Lucas, I,auretta I,yon, Ilarl Macc, Barbara Maguire, Dnnnis ,lean Main. A 47 F RESHMAN FIRST ROXV: Anna Mae M.n'sli.ill, Shirley Ann May, Bob Maynard, -lane McAdams, -lack Meilulley Bill Meliadden. Carl McGinnis, George MePherson, -Iulius Meintel, Clmrlotte Mercer, ,lack Merinar. SECOND ROXV: Dave Metz, ,Io Ann Michie, Nancy Miller, Shirley Miller, Verona Miner, Anne Moss, Laura Murvin, Louise Nay, Robert Newland, ,lo Ann Nighrengalc, Marian Nixon. THIRD RONV: .Ierre Null, Harold O'DeimelI, Susan Paisley, Catherine Panrelis, Paul Pavilaclc, Nancy Pentino, jan Perkins, ,I-oann Phillips, Albert Pietl, Shirley Porter, Howard Lee Posin. FOURTH ROXV: Deloris M. Powell, Marta Prager, Patty Quinn, Richard Reeves, Thomas Riser jr., Vic Rush, Barbara Rutter, Patricia. Salter, Denny Saunders, Mary Ann Sayror, james Schaaf. FIFTH ROW: Harold Schafer, Richard Schaner, Robert Sehaub, Sally Inez Scott, Howard Slmckelford, Donald Shaw, William Shaw, Willii1n1 Shilling, Harry Shively, Charles Shook, Kenneth Shores. 48 v FIRST ROW: Gloria Simmons, jean Snider, Lois Snyder, Louis Soltesz, Charles Sonneborn, Lois Stewart, jo Ann Stobarr, Karen Louise Stocker, joan Lee Stollar, W'allaee Sukanov, Iimily Jane Sutton. SECOND ROW: Charles Taylor, Gregory Taylor, Anna Tcrek, Barbara Thomas, Clara jean Thomas, Ann Throp, jim Tobin, Mary Ann Tominack, Albert Tur:m, Christina Vegass, Frances Villee. THIRD ROW: Robert Wallace, Ada Ann Walter, Mary L. Walton, Helen Warren, Bill Wear, Norma Wear, Donald Weiss, Eddie Wharton, Robert Wheeler, Tommy Whitehouse, Duane Whiteman. FOURTH ROW: Beverly Joan Wickham, Ellen Louise Wiley, Dolores Willianis, Ryland Wilson, Margaret Witsbcrger, Libby Lee Woods, Elizabeth Yakubow, Alice Yates, Carol Zink. A 49 SC ST ROXY: Oliver 'l'.iiId. Robert Kcllurmuyexy Phyllis lienulxc, l'.1H'ici.1 XYuml, line Quinn. llnris gg, N.1l'li.1 Keller, liillll Rnlclitlle, .lack Q nmp,'i'. i0Nl5 ROXV: Robert liirncy. Silly ljikll. Ruth Atkinson, Mary l5uHinglon, llonnlil liisclier, licorgc Xnrlru, ilamcx Sflhmf, Muilyn lMlI1C. -Iimimu lint, llomilxy lfortc, Peggy Lyiliulc- .lick Ci.1mmnn. STUDENT COUNCIL High school police force . . . what's lost is found . . . clean campus its specialty . . . annual jaunt to JaclQson's Mill . . . noon-time jive sessions . . . Thursday afternoon confer- ences . . . black arm bands with red TI-IS. 52 STUDENT COUNCIL ASSISTANTS Study Hall volunteers . . . Student Council understudies "one cent, please" at noon dancing . . . Walk their beats in the halls . . . errand boy and girls . . live up to their names. l'lRS'l' ROXV: liill Ulrich, RL-her! Kellerrnexer, Dayi: Quinn, .lanws llernardin, 'llrin Dailey, IS-lv llzrs. Paul Radcliffe, llarry W'l1ite, Dick Sax, Bill Vinall. SECOND ROW? Peggy Guenther, Dorothy Burlington, Nancy Olsen, Nancy Crow, Nlarjnry lfalek, Susan Hansen, Mary ,Io liruni, ,lo Anne Hallie. luis Rmenlwrg, Anne XVinrers, ,lane MeCfansl.nnl. Ann liaris. .lane Mull, Carol joy Kreis, Mariha Hallett. THIRD ROXW: -lamex Davie, Robert Bogard, Ilarold McCullough, Sam Shearer, Melvin Salxer, Donald jones, Robert Meliarney, Dick Steigner, Howard Nay, Rudy Railik, .lack Amato, Louis Praeln. S3 SI-.NIOR Y-l4l'I'iN5-f'I'Ill9Vl' IIUNXI: Phyllis liuxlclic, i'.ll'ol lIixlci', Nl.li'iux'iu flonli, l'lixllix lI.1clim.lI1xl, N.lrlx.1 Keller, Xuxlrvy Ilnmilloli, Nlnric Cornell, Suv 'liliit-ruff. Nancy Olsen, ,lemme Ilciillur, ,Iuycc Ilulilcrmnn, Cynrlim Iiixlinp, Ruxli llr.ulI'ox'4l. SIX UNI! RUXV: Il.irlwn1'.i Mnlwon, Marx Russell, lloliiws Su-L-lar. lxlnry' I.tl.i llvmiug, licuy lou Qmiili, Nlmilm ll.illcu, luis imitli, LIL-.ni Xlox, lintli :Inn Nclicricli. l7uroll1y Iiullington, Yanfy' ilieluy, Xl.ll'!Il.l Xxiitlllcrgur, SIAM lou XYliiplicy, lux Mac Wvllculclg ll.lix'L' lIl'l.lniqL'i'. THIRD ROW: Colleen XX'inl.1ml, M.ix-g,ii-ur I..u Ruc. Klum Giuings, N-irnm june Mciniul, Nlmrilx ii Mtlxuciu. ,Ionnnu Ynlir, I ilu lxm-lvl, l'.uiy Y.ulu, .Xllwcrla N1orig.ni, MM-ilvn lluldcrnmn, Roxiu Cdnlfu, Peggy Sniinll-iw. ISc.uriu- Ih-rn.ii-il. liuili Ilrnlwck, Yirgini.i Nirlmls, Yixwn llmcr, lUL'R'l'll RUW: Min .Mlnln I.. Ilunl.up, linux' I on Wukiii-. .Xnnu XY inn-rs, liriiy ll.:u.nrl. ll-1wiIw.i luv, -Inn XlyN,il-lv, gloli.inu.il1 Xlluxl, l .1 N L-nl.: llmnli, kloiin Vvnllicr. I'.urici.l lirown, M.ulullnc l'c.lrlm.ln. Xixxxli Ion KI,islx!'cy. Xlglrx I.ou Ilorlir. Ilumur Ili-.uni-lfmw, Xl.lrioi'iL lI.iriis. Miss Maxx Winruis, Ill l'Il IMWY: M.iril,n Kr-mlur, Maude .Xnr.inrl. Marv lu lrum,l'c1:L1x XY.1llw:', liuxly liupnur, -laclwit Iulmuii. -lean Cioiwloii, ,lane lloyd, AIn.1nn Nlclxcu, Dorolliv llou. Nanci' lrnxx, ,lickiu Russell, -lnnc Goodwin. Slxvlill ROW: .lewis Zinn. liullx Allxilisnbli, .lu :Xnxlc llnllxu. l'Iwr-lw Yailing, K :iolnn Xlvlmllli, ,IMI Allin, Iimn lliriliixmlxii, Xnn l.iris. llrlru XrlflHcr13vl, l'.llli llnn, lucillc lximpcl, llvrlyxim Mclntiru. Xl.1rg,ircl Nlirmmlx. - Juwiok Y-'!'lflfNS-f imsr RLJW1 Mm' i. Miller, Pun lim, im... main-, Ninn' irwit, mini nit-army, xml' lame.-, um. x'..........i.., im.-li.. n.,...ia.... xi.-falyn is.-gm, N.mcy- l.oy, -Icmnn hlimiam, i-my Cornwell. rain, Wqlmur, 10.1.1 iam, Billie J., llunllcy, im 1s..mg.mim-.-, Ran lJ.ilI.is, Alumni 1-...-mtl siacomn ROW: Nm-,v Knight, Jeanne iw, n.,1.,m k1.,.i.t, Kilim iiwgiu, iam limi. Iii-len raw,-, imisi.-A. if...-iw, Ruiw ciaimig., ximii-X. xi...-null. xi...-ann amiga-., im.. Unix, iam., M.,,..-U.-, vim ow... ,i....,. llm-es, fi..-amen cg.-wi, 1.. ximilm M...-mil, IIIIKD RUVV: Doris Wntslwergcr. Alo Ann Ilcisrcr, Dorothy lhlwr, Nnicy Iflvlc. Virginia Kirnpg, Grace Ihlxilnluuxn, I'.ll Annum, Iilcnnur .lane Iiiucr, lhrlmi-,i Allwrs. Illil-llwlli IIMILICVM Nwrlm Zimnwr. Carol ,IUY Kffi-v Jackie Mullin-kuv. ,lcinnu Diuqknmnn, M,ir,gni-or Cnrner, Carol llnnmr, 'I'liclm.x Blmu, S.ilIv Iish. VUURTII KONV: Icnnm lolnmr, Corneal Butler. Uolorcx Quinn, Dun.: Vcrcclloui, lhmnliy Srlmnlx. l,uu ll.uiw, Xlnilxn llcrgncr. llvnli funk, llclcn lewis. Nancy' Iinlflwln ANN Rimini- Nsmfy' Bfllnlllfll .Ivan Glnuwr, .livinnv Kimmins, Mn-ilm .Xi-kurimn, Rurh II.n-1-ilu-lx. I-ui Suplvr. In- l'oli-rum, Susan ll.nm-ii, Arden King. llI"I'Il ROW: Ilarbam Zoctlilcr, Mary' jean Wfiglit, 'lane Nlufi.iusI.iml, II.irlur.i llitt, Peggy Iyiliclx, lllnriuric Iuuc, klnnui Mciflcllnnil, Ixgulwrinc lI.im'm'lm, N.im'v Sliupcnlucrg, Mnrric Muck. Candlelight recognition service . . boy-girl relationships . committee and cabinet meetings . . . Christmas feasting . radio and show business . . . spring styles and elections . installation of ollicers . . . visiting Mothers. 54 Big and little sisters . . . freshmen and food . . . goblins, witches and postponements . . . tag days and rain . . . con- tributions to charity . .. anie's clramatized readings. swishing gowns and dancing feet. SUl'lll7MORli Y-'l4l'.lfNS-llllgli ROW: fXlat'i0t'ie Unis, llnnna Quinn, Marion Grow, Dorulln' Cit'rl1.u'tll. Helen Yixnauxliax, liarbara llenilersnn, jane k3rt, Helen llalil. W.nnl.x Ball, Nancy liurge. jan: Mull, jaequeline Onrx, juanne Peters. 5l-'LUND RUXV: Nanev Bolt-n, Mats lillen Kan Camp, Ruth Ann liullard, Marx' l.on llulnwx, Darlene i'arpenter, Sarali Russell. IX-i-niliy iolien, Marilyn lane, Ruth Ciraltaiu. Sllirlev Yunelte, l'lnllix Hunter, iiarolyn lioytl, Norma Ilehlon, l'lllRl3 RUNX: Ibis Guxtlwx, Stella XY eiwal, .Xliee Healy, Ann lultenw, Delores l'antelis. louse Wilson, jean Sanleri, Cierlrutle Dean, jean lllyan, llailvaia Kasper. Ileuie l'1e,unan. I-lifalueth trio, lnnisa Vermillion. lloloret lreyler. liUL'R'l'll KUXY: Marilvn Row, Sally fratraft, liirwe'nat'Y Kallle, loan llntler, fiertrutle Sxnitli, lileanot' fylarxlt, jane llallelt, june Xie Mlalnw, Yanglln Nolte, llorntlu Mililten, llelen :Xul.un, june Watnulerx, Virginia Pawn. infru ROW: aim is..iim,1i.-.i, x'..lt-nt' ,limi-N, hlniiiiif I..-i, i...a, Ina.-y, Rani .x-ii. naut-, is.-in ,la 1.-nit, uint-ii IH-tri, In-gee sp..-til., im.-it-, rr.-limit, x.-la.. XY,lll.lt'e, liatbara Roberts, Carolyn llllenlieltl, Maljorie Ilnret. SIXTH RUW: Sliirltx lelnnan, Iiexerly Ixnln-ns, Sally Stapler, litlna Gamble, Atlglaitle 'I'l1it-ruff, linne liuwtltei, M.n'nn'it- Seabriglu. Sliirlei 'l'i.-stli, Naval: XX'allter, Sarah Slill, liexerli Nletf. lliliSI'iMAN Y-'l'l',liNSflrlRS'l' ROXV: Virginia Knollinger, Carol Davis, Lunretta Lyons, Carol Zinlt, Phyllis Uuxal. Naney Kuigln, Kallieryn lhvxex. laura Xiurvin, Ruth iinrilim. ju Ann Miehie, Dorothy liorte, Patay lidwards, Shirlee lergusen, Doris Kelso, Catherine Pantelis. SECOND ROXY: Nancy Day, Dorothy jones, lileanor Gibson. jo Ann Nightengalc, Marguerite Ball, Laura liullnelt, lilleu liriete, jeanne liislmp, .Xnn llutlell, Carolyn Conner, Shannon Haugh, Margaret Chaffln, Virginia Bullard, Barbara McCuskey, Ann Throp, Mary Lee lidge, Mary Ann Tnininaelt, lon Nu-nart. THIRD ROW: jenna Mac Harris, Maxine Kent, Wanda Mae Ixenbcrg, joan Higgs, Anne Mms, Patty Salterx, 1-ranees Yillee, Charlotte Nh-rt-er, lt-is Gilt.-n, Anna Terek, Lnuna llolwlymlti, Dorothy Uobrvynxl-ti, Lola Arxustrnnpg, Libby lee XVooi.ls, jnann Phillips, Helen Niarren, liarbara Rullwr. FOURTH ROW: Emma Bennington, Margaret Witvberger, Beverly Wirkhani, jackie Culver, jo Ann Stobart. Karen Stocker, Nanev Millet, Susan Paisler, Marta Prager, Ruth Ann Cooper, Shirley Miller, Dorothy Davis, Sally Scott, jane McAdams, Barbara Maguire. juan Smller, liIliTll ROXV: Ilona Hey, Patricia Blau, Marlyn lilotn. Lois Qnyder, Helen Heffron. Norma .'Xrel1boltl, Slntrnn Bntlltin, llunnis jean Nlain, Ruth fatter, Marx llamillon. Uolnres Xvillialns, Flilabetll Cflnrlx. SS Stage Crew Robert Hare, Rudy Rndili, Jack Amnto, Rielmrd Sax, .lin Davis. Jane and Don congratulate Betty and Audrey. MASQUERS Lights! Curtains! Action! Greasepaint and props . . . prompting and cues . . . annual Coronation Ball . . . land of makebelieve . . . dreams of stardom . . . "January Tluawn melts the ice . . . Now may We say, "Hello, Thespiansf' l FIRST ROW: Narka. Keller, Peggy Walker, Lucille Kimpel, Marilyn Holdcrman, Miss Mary A. Erskine, Joan Dieckmarm, Jeanne Dieckmann, Arden King, Lee Davis. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Hortcr, Phoebe Ynrling, Jonmi McKee, Audrey Hamilton, Sue lllicrntli, Carol joy Krcis. THIRD ROW: Artliur Levin, Iimmctt Ferrell, Harry w,l1iIC, Robert Kellermcycr, jgunus Davis. 56 Hi-Y Officers Bill Ulrich, seqtcdg hlOW.ll'.l Nay, Tom McCi1rroll, "Bud" Nicholson, .lim lie1'11.1r4lin, st.111tli11g. A Ll.ll1CL' provitles fun for the girls, too. Trembling initiates at noon dancing . . . monthly group trips to church . . . high ideals and wide influence . . . pop and candy salesmen . . boosters of school spirit . . . clean speech . . . clean sports . . . clean scholarship. FIRST RONV: Bill Vfoods, Fritz Robinson, Dave Quinn, Franklin Andre, -Inincs Ber11:1rdi11, Bill Ulrich. ll0W.ll'tl Nay, Bud Nicholson. Tom McC.1rroll, Paul Rndcliifu, Robert Ilaskins, Bill Sielner. SFCONU ROW: Oliver Toiltl, Me11tl.1l Spears, Robert Y.1l1rli11g, lxlilic lillII1Pl1l'Cy, 5.1111 slIC.ll'Cl', 'l'. -I. Nliirvin, Don Nl.llll'lCWY, SlDW.lI'I li.1cl1n1im1i, Harry NY'l1ite, lllilie Frietlrichs, Rohr-ri liellcrnii-yer, Philip l",1ris, lee Kelvinglon, blames l7eMuss, Dimnltl Fischer, -luck fxI'l1.ll0, A. IS. SlCl1gL'F. 57 l'lRS'l' ROXY: Opliir Vcllunmxcili, l7dw.ii'd Ci.iugl1.1n. SlCNK'.lI'l ll.lClll11.ll'lI1, ,lim lii'cg.glo, Diulx licsuw Anllmny l,unol'c, linlwrt Kcllcrmcycr. Sl'C.ONl7 ROXV: l'g1ixl l'.ixil.1yli. luring l7.xg.guc, liulwri Rogci'-,mi Roby:-i 'l'imlv1'mk, ll.irold lynx, liolw lJ,iy, Holm Funnur, Nvilliam lfatmi, ll.1r1'y' fXl1pl,1n.1lp, l'.1ul Micllcl, Sidney l'.1vil.n:li, lloimld Nlmnn. FHIRD ROXY: Kenny R15' Vorliccs, Don Smiili, ,lan Perkins, Henry l5.ix'tli, lhvu xlCKl, lbifk Sligu, llnrry Krcglo, Dun liiwclicr, lay Smcking, liill Popovicli, lirniu Zimnicrinnn, liill Wi-.1r, cil1.ll'lL'N Kirlxlaml, lxmcx lhilcy, Bill King, Cijlinrlus Clululcy, ,lim llufl, l'iUUll'l4ll RLXVV: qlimmy' Nlurrix. liill Xlclxlddcn, Iiill Vnncu, ,Iolm liunlilu, Don hlonux, Hula luclivlli, klim lwans, Nlulvin llilclicock, 'limniny liirlxcr, -Lick Orr. BAND Males only . . . snappy steppers in red and black . . . Sousa Mcmorialilonccrt . . . Sea Scout training ship christening . . . Srifel Field dedication . . . tuncful assembly programs . Stonels Parade . . . someday: new uniforms. 58 ORCHESTRA liotb boysand girls . . . merry melody makers . . . Schu- bert and Chopin . . . occasionally a little jive . . . bard work . . . pleasing results . . . holds forth in the Annex . . . assem- bly programs . . . concerts . . . under Mr. Ceo's baton. Xl.lI'Q' l.ou Kink, 1i.lnisl. l lflRS'l' RONV: NJncy l.eu Illah-, Mdry -I.lne Pcirocli, Xl.iry lllllllll-Qltbll, l'l1yllis lltnclxe, N.ll'li.l Keller, liuixiix lyon, Nancy Miller, ll.'ll'l3.ll'.! Roberts. Nelda XX.1ll,1ce, Slixrlcy Miller. Sl-4C'ONlD ROXV: ljlblllllly Ihlwr, liob Rcllerineyur, Opliir Vcllenoweill, Ndncy Iloltn, lieu-x'ly XYicl4l1.in1 lion lfisclicr, Slcffmo Yeo, ll.lI'l'j' Krt-gl-i, S1111 NL'Wl.1IMl. Hob lfonnui, c'll.lI'l0N Vlubley, .l.lmcs lN.lI1N, XIUIIHI lxummins. S9 FIRST ROW: Margaret Xvilsberger, Catherine Pantelis, Mary Hamilton, Laura Murvin, lillen Briese, Lois Stewart, Virginia Knnllinger, Dorothy jones, Barbara Ferrell, Mary Lee lidge. SECOND RCJW: Marlynn Flow, Gloria Simmons, Alice Davis, Aida Ann W.1lter, Clara .lean ,l4l1Oll1.lS Charlotte Mercer, Iileanor Gibson, Lucille Gumm, .Io Ann Nightengale. THIRD ROVV: Norma W'ear, limma Lee Bennington, Sally Semt. Luis Gilson, Karen Srneker, M.iri.in Nixon, Mary Browning, Dona Hey, Mary Ann Tominack. FIRST-YEAR CHORUS Miss Brand's all-girl freshman chorus . . . chance for fresh- men to get in on things . . . industrious practices one day each week . . . music both popular and classical . . . raw materials for next year's sextet and choruses. 60 SECOND-YEAR CHORUS Girls only . . . sophomores . . . juniors . . . seniors . sweet tones from sweet sources . . . Miss Brand's protegees . . . their concert notes linger in the sweet evening air . . . joint programs with band and orchestra . . . practice sessions during first period. FIRST ROW: Betty Honaker, Nancy Lewis, Barbara Malson, Darl Dillon, Donna Quinn, Caroline Boyd, ln'-eriy Liarliue., lielen Mcllenry, Della Cvoodim, Marilyn Bogard, Bessie Beaman, Barbara Casper, liliza- beth Crow, Jean Bryan. SLCOND ROW? Alberta Morgan, Corneal Butler, Jackie Ours, Marjorie Sampson, Burdetta Marshall, Stella Wcisall, jeann Junkins, Mary Lou Holmes, Thelma Blanc, Valerie jones, Ann Lukens, Darlene Carpenter. THIRD ROW: Marie Baller, Audrey Hamilton, Nancy Olsen, Margaret Cornwell, Betty Atkinson, Wild: lflouhouse, Lois Posey, Marilyn Ridgely, W'anda Ball, Dorothy Schanli, Marjorie Heres, Ruth Graham, Eleanor Bitzer, Rose Ann MeCurdy, Virginia Baller, Marjorie Davis. FQURTH ROW: Patty Yadlo, Ruth Havrileck, Louise Martha Ackerman, Nancy Barker, Joanne Fast, Nancy Crow, Sue Elliott, Dolores lireyler, Helen Perry, Frances Ralph, livelyn XVear, Helen Ann Brosky, Millicent Bcivin, Colleen Bavin. 61 FIRST ROW: Norma Zimmer, Phoebe Ynrling, Patricia Annon, Ruth Moore. SECOND ROVV: Miss Surah Wllite, Barbara Albers, Marilyn Bcrgner, Joan Bailey, lilimbctli Hadden. LIBRARY COUNSELORS Dickens, Spencer, Hugo or Voltaire? Miss Whiteis able and willing student assistants . . . shelving . . . filing . . . mend- ing . . . binding . . . books . . . magazines . . . newspapers library notices . . . lines . . . checking books in and out . . . student's aide. l SPANISH CLUB Hola Senoritas y Senors! Spanish records . . . customs . . . dances . . . songs . . . good neighbor policy . . . letters in English . . . answers in Spanish . . . world-wide pen pals . . . serapes and sombreros . . . Miss Moore's better students . adios. IIRSI' ROXY: -Iam: McCansland, Audrey Hamilton. liarbara llitl. Nlarlic Mock, llnrnlliy liakcr, l.con l'olinar, l.uc Tolcrton, Iilildbdlll Hadden, Alcannc lieu. SFCIUNIP ROXV: liarbara Zoccklcr, Marilyn Marshall, Marilyn Kender, Marjorie Cook, Nancic Cornell Nlarilyn llnlderman, Mary Alu lirnni, Sally liisli, litia Snplcr, Carol liixlcr, liiili Ann linllartl, Xlary lfllcn Van Camp, 'l'lllRl3 ROXV: Marilyn Row. Cfarnl .lin Kiwis, Nancy lct' lflwlc, Mantle Anraml. Madrlnn' l'carlman lncilli- lxllnpcl,-Io.1i1iw lxnnnnnx, ,lean inwdnn, Marilia llallrtx, 'Ioannc Arinlwrccln, l'atricia liaxus. lilllliilill ROXY: Narka Keller, llclcn Kiwi' Susan llanwn, lhllli lluxs, XY'illi.nn XvllCL'lL'I', XY'illiani Ulrich, lflcanfur l'n'andfass, Ann lfaris. Ruth llradforil, Miw Xl.lI'jL.ll'Ql Moore, 63 lilligli ROXV: lloroxhy Colwn, Valerie -Innes, Ricl1.ird il1,1llI11LlI1, Ophir Vcllunuwutli, Don Malice, Philip Hagcdorn, Mary jo Frum, Carol liixler. SICCUNIJ RONV: Colleen XVinl.ind. lS.1rh.ir.1 Malsun, klcannc licidlcr, Delurex Pzintclis, Katliryn Hancock, Silly lfisli, Mary Lou Hurtcr, Arden King, lfzm Suplcr, Marilyn Nlllfhlhlll, Dorotliy fiCl'll.ll'Cll, Aloycc llultlcrinan. 'lillllill RONV: .Ioan Hortcr, Roscinuy Iiilile, Marjorie Selbright, june McAdams, Donim Quinn, -lane Mull, Dolores Quinn, jean Glanscr, Marilyn lame, Doruilica lice, Adelaide Thicrnff, Marv -lc.in wrflglll. Nlnrilyn Iicrgner, FOURTH ROW: Beverly Moll, Helen Riser, Nancy Lee Ilhle, jeannc lice, Luc Tolcrmn, Patricia Vlvoal, l,uuis.x Vcrniillinn, PM l.cnure, l,C4lI1.l linlmar, Suu l'l.IHNCl1, N.irk.1 Keller, llilxhelli llltltlun. Nlrs, Dun A. lWcKi-e. CLASSICAL CLUB Explorers of ancient myths and legends . . . toga-clad initiates . . . "Salve',andahandfulof candy . . . Caesar, Vir- gil and Cicero students . . . annual Roman banquet with fresh- man "slaves,' . . . new members twice each year. 64 PROJECTION CREW Pietures for the masses . . . sound track . . . visual aids . . . Hlm splieers . . . reel men . . . Hlm changers for ,46 and '47 school year . . . sprockets . . . switches . . . outlets . . . . . . plugs . . . Mr. Milligan's eapably trained, eiheient Projec- tion Crew. Illiffl' ROXY: .fXlfrcnl Dobbs hlr., l.ee KClVll1jLIUl1, Carl, Kirker, john Young, Rlclmul ll.1rc. Byron Gross. SLCOND ROW? Phil Faris, liddie Humphrey, Arch Fink, Harry Wfhite, Robert Hixenhnugll, Robert. l5og.1rd, Bill Ulrich, A. R. Milligan. 'Tx G5 FIRST ROVV: Marvin lhrrli, Bud Hess, Don Kigcr, Fritz Robinson, james Davis, Dick Sax, Ruben Nelson, Ulivcr Todd. 'SITCOND RONV: -Incl: SyLlIlUI', limniurr licrrcll, Bill Siubcly limnls Settle, Don lll.llllHLll1I1, Rudy llanlik. BOYS' CHORUS Friday morning rehearsals . . . hill-billies in Junior Red Cross Assembly . . . "Stout-Hearted Menu . . . white shirts, red bow ties, loud suspenders . . . spring choral concert . . under the direction of Miss Brand. 6 6 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Needles and thread . . . ots and ans . . . makin livin ' P u P I . g g livable . . . charter members of national or anization, "Future s g 1 Homemakers of America" . . . scrapbook . . . dinners and teas . . . fashion hints by experts . . . styling one's own clothes . . . remaking clothes. FIRST ROVV: Miss Adds l.. Dunlap, Marjorie Sampson, Gertrude Smith, Betty Lou Watkins, Nancy Olsen, Delores Kummers, Marjorie Davis, Dorothy Budington, Miss Kathleen Lipscomb. SECOND RONV: Alice Healy, Ruth Brubeck, Berry Howard, Roxie Catlett, Mary Ilnnket, Lois Rosen- berg, Barbara Malson, Lois Koehl, Nancy liurge, Beatrice Antonucci, Iistller Ferrell. 67 FIRST ROW: Ch-.lrles Zarnits, lliznnn Nlcliee, Doris Xvitxberger, PM l,enore, lliuie Boyd, Carol .lean Bursar, Jeanne Beidler, -lemme Dieckmnnn, Boh Rine. SECOND ROXV: jo Anne Hallie, Ruth Atkinson, Lucille Kimpel, Dorothy lfehols, lillen Monroe, Dormliy Bott, Beverly Metz. Lee Davis, xlncqueline Heddrick. THIRD ROVV: Robert H. Porter, Russell B. Goodwin -lr., W'illi.1m llowmnn, Tommx' Nnegele, lloimlnl Hand. George McPherson. THE TRIADELPHIAN Deadlines galore . . . blotters to subscribers . . . headline headaches . . . eight issues . . . printer's ink and copy . . . the honor of a by-line . . . Writer,s eramp . . . noses for news . . . cameramen on the spot . . . "Goodnight and 30.,' ISS QUILL 81 SCROLL Mary A. Hervey Chapter . . . international society for high school journalists . . . candlelight installation . . . cream of the crop . . . agoal worth striving for . . . juniors and sen- iors . . . Mr. Porter's most dependable. Sill ROXY: lltzinm' licitller, Ruth Allxillsoll ,klimiiii Nlulicc, lucillc Kiinpul. Dorothy lfchnlx, 'UND ROXV: l7nii.ild llaml. l'.ir lcnorc, Mundi' Alilximl, .Io Anne lhlke, Robert ll. Porter. 69 FIRST ROW: Charles Zarnirs, Tommy NLlCgClC, Donald Hand, Willianx Bowman, Bob Rine, Russell B. Goodwin Jr., George McPherson. SECOND ROW: Lucille Kimpel, Jo Anne Bnlku, Ruth Atkinson, lillen Monroe, Dorothy Bott, Beverly Metz, Jeanne Beidler, Jeanne Dieckmunn, Joann McKee. THYRD ROXV: Robert H. Porter, Doris NVitsbergcr, Alncquelinc Heddrick, Dorothy licliols, PM I.unm'L', .lane Boyd, Im- Davis, Carol -lean Bonnr, Phoebe Ynrling. THE TRIAD Book-of-the-year . . . paste pot and brush . . . identifi- cations . . . brain-taxing Writeups . . . ads . . . subscriptions . . . twenty-five cent increase . . . dummies . . . memories . . . photographers and excitement . . picture schedules . . . rain or shine . . . another deadline. 70 ART CLUB Poster paintin, people . . . initiation for new ulllkldn artists . . . Miss Howley . . . new sponsor . . . aft just for fun . . . chalk . . . pencils . . . oils . . . easels . . . Crayons . . . an eye for beauty . . . drawing sessions . . Tridel's Rembrandts and Gainsboroughs. FIRST RUNV: Cieorgc King, Ann Rnin.m, Sonia Ronmn. Alarncs lllacli. SI-KLOND ROW: -lune MuAtl,nns, Lois Giislkcy, .loan lee lhvis, Marjorie Cfooli, Rnlli .Xlliinsnn, Xlarinuu lane, Helen Kiser. Arden King, .Ioan Hores. Peggy Spruwlx, Nlargaret Carter. THIRD ROVV: sloannc Peters, Carol joy Kreis, louise Mcllonnell, Beriynnn Mclntiru, ,Iackie Rinse llorotliy Bott, Lynne cillSll'iCy, Dolores Quinn, Aloyce Holtlernmnn, Peggy fillCI1lllCI', Dolores Sli.icltclfni'l Sliaron Boclliin, Miss Mary lf, llowley. '1 FIR ST R O XV: Cynthia Bishop, ,Ioan Horter, Barbara Maison, Nancie Cornell, Ann Lukens, Billie ,lo Headley. Marjorie Seabrighr, Louie XY'ilson, Mary Burlington. SECOND ROXV: Margaret Cornwell, Dorothy Cohen, Ruth Ann Bullard, Nancy Burge, lirta Supler, Marjorie Cook, Arden King, ,lane McAdams, Anne Moss, Dorothy Davis. THIRD ROXV: John C. Bullard, Helen Kiser, -Ieann llunkins, Lucille Kinipel, Carol joy Kreis, jackie Mullarkey, -lean Gordon, Audrey Hamilton, Margaret Guenther, ,lane Mull, Nancy Crow, Marjorie Harris Peggy Lydiek. A. R. Milligan. FOURTH ROXV: ,lacqucline Haught, Marilyn Marshall, Carolyn Ihlenfeld, Carol liixl- ' Charlene livererr, Dnlores jones, Sally' Supler, jackie Russell, Dorothy ll Marilyn I.ane. .r. Marilyn liidgely, ott, Betty Carnahan, .lean Glaiisur, Those who list to Nature's teachings . . . fishes and six-foot poles for initiates . . . bugs . . . beetles . . . beauty . . . Snow Ball . . . dancing feet . . . students from all classes . Monday Meetings . . . Mr. Bullard . . . Mr. Milligan co-sponsors. 72 RIDING CLUB Quick, Henry, tlic linanicnt . . . the old gray marc . . . riding ten times during school year . . . Oglcbay,s gallant stccds . . . meals-standing up . . . gals in jodlipurs . . . lirst bridle path . . . Miss Nally. llliS'l' KOXY: Soc il'liiurotl', S.i1'.il1 XY.illu-r, Silly lisli, Mary .Ii-.ln XYrigln, lS.n'li.1r.l Allwrs, -Ir-wiv Zinn Linux Mcillcllpiiirl, kl.1cliic l,clnn.1n, Viviun Ihwyr-i'. AI.inc xlCfi.'lllNl.lHLl, Nlarilyn licndcr, Adr-I.ndu lliicrotl. SI l UND ROXY: klnnu llulczi, C'l.iii'c llcl.ing.'1. llr-.innr l'ri'.1i1d!'.ise, Kulirxn ll.lm'm'li, -Ivan kioxli n, ll.llX Kcpiwr. 7 3 FIRST ROW: jack Gammon, Lee Tolerton, Nancy Bolcn, limily Jane Sutton, joycc Holtlerman, Donna Quinn, Annu Moss, ,Icann ilunkins, Marilyn Ridgcly. Philip llagcdorn. SECOND RCUW: Ronald Dillrcu, Denny Saunders, Wfilliam Sligar, Bessie Scams, Dnrmliy jones, Parry I'n.irlwr, Pllvllis Hunter, lllioelu' Ynrling, Alfreli Uululis, llarultl Schafer, Oliver 'l'udd. REPORTERS Homeroom volunteers . . . school paper and yearbook salesmen . . . Mr. Porter's little reporters . . . racing for Hrst place in Triadelphian contest . . . sales resistance breakers . . . staff understuclies . . . paper pecldlers . . . last-minute instruc- tions . . . money . . . receipts. 74 IUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL Oilieial representatives of Triadelplwiffs Junior Red Cross . . . aided by liomeroom assistants . . . "january Thaw" pro- ceeds to American Red Cross . . . Miss llbertis diligent assistants . . . cabaret talent show . . plans and directs activities of junior Red Cross. I-llisl' ROXY: Sain SllU.ll'Cl', -Ianies llenluss, lhxe Quinn, .Inann Helier, ,Ianies Unis, lit-ll.i kimrdiiii, ci..lll'lL'Yll1L' lfl'vi'rt, -Ianiex Si'li.i.1f, Alaek liaminnn. Rnluerl liirney. SECOND ROXV: Opliii' Vcllennweili, Helen XY-.ll'l'CH, Sliannnn llatigli, llurniliy Alnnes. -lackie Cinlui Donna Quinn, Helen fXi'sl,iin, Nlartie Nlueli, lieiiy lun Ringer, Sue ililiierntli, Kisnneili Shores. 'l'lllRD ROXY: Susan llansun, Car-nl liixler, :Xnne Xlms, IH-ggi NY.xllxei', .-Xllreil Ihilwlis, Pliyllis Rex li Phyllis Hunter, Arden King, Nancy llwlc. fi l"lRS'li ROXV: Dave Quinn, Toni Uailuy, james Davis, llutl lless, Marilyn llergner, Mary -lu liruin, l.cnna l"ulinai', lletty Lou Smith, Umm llartlexly, lluwartl Nay, 'l'. il. Murvin. Sl-KZOND ROWV: Rnherr llaxlxins, .Iaines lk'Nlms, l.ee KL'lYlI1gIOI1, Arch llinli, ,lo Anne llallie, Phyllis lienelw, llurolliea l'ee, XVally' llumlersnn, Rnlwri lit-llurlneyer, lienl l.accy, Ihfllllli' lmin, illllllill KUXY: blurry Qiaa, ,lark Synlnur, ilvunnny lenwre, lfnnneli lierrell, liill Ulrich, Ianies llernarnlin, .Iuanne Kiminins, Sarah l.ou Maslxrey, Mary lon llnrter, Naneie Cairiiell, Nl.n'jorie Cook, Patricia llalex, Miss Mary li. Howley. l5OUR'l'll ROW: Ruth liratlfnrtl, Iaieille Kinipel, Narka Keller, Maude Auraml, Pai Lenure, Ann llaris. Ted Cux, ,loann McKee, Patti Hesx, lfnlleen NY'inlantl, Alcan Ciurclnn, -lane imutlwin, Sue Thieroff, Martha Hnllert, A. R. Milligan. SCIENCE CLUB Tridel's newest club . . . 85 in physics or chemistry . . . experiments . . . occasionally explosions . . . test tubes and compounds . . . stink makers . . . amateur experimenters . . . chemists of the future . . eo-sponsored by Miss Hawley and Mr. Milligan. 'Ii G '- y t I .. vw, 11151 -lm BLRNARD!NTff1It1l'1l-Alllltbllgll handicapped by a broken leg in mid-season, slim, a spark plug in the line. gained honorable mention All-Valley and made second team All-City. Dox 15owMAN-Ijlm'-Dona played football for Triadelphia, al- though he attended McKinley Vocational School. His ability at the terminal position brought him honorable mention on the All-Valley squad. WAi,1.Ac11a OkieI'-F11lllun'le-Co-captain "Doc,' a battering ram type of runner and triple-threat man, made honorable mention All- State. All-Valley, All-OVAC and was a unanimous choice for All-Ciry. l3AVI-. QUINN1I'I6llf!7t1t'lQ-LMITIlI'1LlIlYU Daxe, a fast, elusive, seat back, reeled off the longest run of the season, going eighty yards against Union. Dave maelc Second team All-City. 78 Rum' RAIDIK-HHlflIdt'k-A place-kicking specialist, Rudy provided the margin of victory in two games and received honorable mention on the All-City team. PAUL RADCI II-'I-'I'.-Cl'llfl'7'lPQlUl, who made honorable mention All-City, played rhe greater part of the ten games without making .1 had pass from center. Dick SCHAUn-Tarklr'-Dick's play in the Triad forward wall earned him recognition on third team All-Stare, the All-Northern. All-OVAC, All-City and second team All-Valley. A highlight of the football banquet came when Co-captain .lim llernardin presented Coach lfmil F. Dupke with a gift on behalf of the entire xquad. .,.,,ff .Qi m all. -H LP A Q .v 3 le' . 79 if 5? , My it-W ' Y 1 winning four of the first five games, Triadel- FIRST ROXV: Phil Faris, Dave Barnes, Bob Thornburg, Don Matthews, Frank Andre, Frank W"ineman, Thomas McCarrol, W'arren Rodgers, john Rieheson, Frank Settle, George Andre, Don Baueman. SECOND ROW: Tom Lenore, Bill Vinall, Paul Radcliffe, Bill Wfoods, Wiillzice Oref, Rudy Radik, Dave Quinn, james Delvloss, Eddie Gcllner, Bill Ulrich, Dick Schaub, Edward Norman, jim Peyton. THIRD ROXV: li. F. Dupke, eoachg Zack Springer, -laek Amato, Bill Sign-orelli, Eugene Meintel, Bob Rcuthcr, Ted Cox, Eddie Friedrichs, Eugene Kennen, Bob Luchetti, Bob McCarney, Wlallaee Baird, M. M. Rokos, faculty manager, NV. T. Emblen, assistant coach. FOURTH ROVV: Harry Kope, Louis Shaw, .Iimmie Bernardin, Don Bowman, Bob Hoblitvell, Charles Fink, Dick Sax. Paul Michel, Bill Sieber, Richard Little, Bud Nicholson. FOOTBALL After starting the season in high gear and Martins Ferry 6 . . . Triadelphia 13 Triadelphia played one of its best games of phia ran into some tough sledding and sal- vaged only one victory in the last five C011 ICSYS. Union 6 . . . Triadelphia 13 Touchdown runs by Oref and Quinn gave Triadelphia a win over Union in the season's opener. Central 6 . . . Triadelphia 7 Radik's extra-point placement brought Triadelphia victory over Central for the first time in four years. Moundsville 18 . . . Triadelphia 21 Two long touchdown runs by Oref and Radik's three placements downed Mounds- ville in the mud. Bridgeport 31 . . . Triadelphia 0 The Triads suffered a lapse against Bridge- port and took a sound beating from the Bull dogs. the season and upset lierry, the first time since 1939. Wellsburg 7 . . . Triadelphia 6 Two goal-line stands by Wfellsburg gave them the edge over the Triads in the sta- dium mud. Linsly 19 . . . Triadelphia 12 Two third-quarter touchdowns put Linsly ahead to stay and handed the Little Reds their third straight loss. Wheeling 13 . . . Triadelphia 7 Striking swiftly for two touchdowns in the first seven minutes, 'Wheeling stood off several second-half threats to win. Warwood 0 . . . Triadelphia 6 "Doc" Cref went 47 yards through the entire NVarwood team for the only score in another muddy battle. Bellaire 13 . . . Triadelphia 7 Quinnls pass interception gave the Triads a first-half lead, but they yielded to power- ful Bellaire in the second half. FIRST ROW: Ted Cox, Toni Dailey, Fritv Robinson, Dave Quinn, Don Kiger, .lack Cooper, Howard Nay, Charley Fink. SECOND ROW: Coach li, lf. llupke, .Iaines Bailey, Frank Settle, Stewart Bachmann, lid Friedricks, Donald Jones, Paul Michel, Clifton Noble, Rieharid Little. THIRD RONY: lired Sehuler, Mt-ntlal Spears, Don Matthews, Don llardesty, .lim XVest, Robert Nelson. Hob Scheriela, Marvin Barth. VARSITY BASKETBALL Vietories were scarce for the Triads in the I947 basketball campaign. Their upset of XVheeling was the high spot in a season that showed live wins in sixteen garnes. But in the Sectional Tournament, Tria- delphia shook off its lethargy. The first victim, XVarwood, was rolled over by thirty points. Then, Moundsville fell before the sharpshooting Triads, 50-43. ln the finals, a tenacious Triad live matched powerful Union goal for goal and came within live points of copping the sectional crown. -Tack Cooper was named a guard on the All-Seetional Team. Robinson and Kiger played consistently good ball throughout the season, the latter particularly as a defensive bulwark. Klan. 3 7 10 11 16 I7 24 Z8 31 Feb. 1 4 7 8 ll 14 18 21 21' Overtin Wfarwood Central Wlleelilag Linsly Union Bellaire Moundsville West Liberty Central Morgantown Wlaeelilig Sistersville Linsly McKinley St. Clairsville Wfellsburg VVQIFVVOOLT ie Oppon 53 48 42 52 60 53 36 35 51 45 56 38 30 36 58 65 Basketball Scores ents Triad Ca neelle 34 39 43 44 47 45 34 50 43 S 4 2. 45 d 41 51 54 Sl S4 VARSITY IALQK Coolwk-G1u1r'fl--"Soupf' a speed merchant on the court and a consistent point- maker, exhibited deadly marksmanship and led the team on offense. Tin CIQUX-'Ct'IIlil'l'-SCC0l1Ll only to Kiger in height, "Lips," 6 feet, 3 inches, ahly under- studied Kiger at the pivot position. Tom DAlLliY-Forzt'arfffBotliei'etl with foot trouble last year, Tom played second team this year and got into every game. CllAllI.lfS PINK-Gmml-Une of the seven departing seniors, Charlie was a play-making guard used mostly in reserve. DON KloLR-C1'11lr'l'-Tall and lanky "Legs," .1 potent ofliensive threat, reached his zenith in the tournament where his defensive play was outstanding. S2 Hoxyaiul NAYilf0i'1a'rmf-Tlie only non-senior on tlie first string, Nay will team witli Scliuler to form tlie nucleus of next ye:1r's team. Davii QUIN N-1"rn'u'zml-Om: of the speediest men on a team that stressed speed, Dave was a key man in Coach Dupke's fast-breaking attack. Ifurrz ROBINSON'-CfIltll'lf1l:1'lIZ, equally effective on offense or defense, was a dead-eye on set shots. He took numerous rebounds OH the board. lflil-,ll SCHUl.l:ll--l"UI'll'lll'tl1l:1'CLl, a transfer from Linsly and ineligible for OVAC games, was limited to flour games during the season and tbe tournament. "Bun" lXlli1llOl.5ON'-Flllllkl basketball manager in his junior year, "Nick," capable ant efficient, is also the number one manager for tlie football team. VARSITY 83 TRACK TEAM Seven meets . . . Co-captains Wineman and Wood . . . Oref in the shot put and discus . . . the smell of Wintergreen oil . . . Thursday night trials . . . Saturday afternoon jitters . . . politics in the field house. FIRST ROW: john Richuson, Don Hand, Bill Taylor, Marvin Barth, Tom McCarroll, Carl Kirlter, Kent Lacey, Charley Fink, .lim W'est, Richard W'inters. SECOND ROW: Bill Sielaer. Warren Rodgers, lid Gellner, john Gorrcll, Wallace Baird, Frank W'inenian, "Doc" Oref, .lim Bernardin, Dave Quinn, Arch Fink, Richard Little, Bill Wood, A. B. Stengcr, Freshman Coach. THIRD ROW? M. M. Rokos, Faculty Managurg Phil Faris, Aloe Kelso, Raymond Sliarpslty, jim Peyton, Dick Sehau-b, Paul Myers, Don Baumann, Emmett Ferrell, Ralph W'harton, George Andre, Bob Thornburg, Frank Andre. Tom Lenore, Student Assistant, W. T. Emiblen, Head Coach. FOURTH ROVV: li. F. Duiplte, Assistant Coach: Eugene Kenncn, Head Manager: Tom Belanger, Don Poindexter, john Chambers, Stewart Bachmann, Charles Zarnits, Bill Bowman, Irvin Gellner, Clifford Holmes. 84 CHEERLEADERS Allah . . . allah . . . red skirts and white sweaters . pep rallies in assemblies . . . spirit and action in color . . Q! 3 71 graceful, rhythmic motions . . . rain or shine . . . huge Ts . . . battered megaphones . . . Miss Newton's protegees. Helen Ann Arslain, Dorothy Milliken. lfdith XValtcrs, Billie ilo Headley, Vaughn Nolte. SS BOYS' M SWIMM ance of the year . . . Triclel's mermen . . . O. V A. C. swim meets . . . patrons of the Y. M. C. A. pool . . . glory via the water . . . swim and swing . . . Co-captains Kellermeyer and Lacey . . sponsored by Mr. I-Iaager. l'lRS'l' ROW: Bill Signorelli, lfmnieii l'urx'ell, :XrLli:n Anderson, Ill lfriedriclis, Rolwri Kcllcrmuygr Kent Lacey, Dave lS.u'nex, .lack Olsen, Sun SllC.1l'Cl'. -lack Oates. SICCOND ROXV: Anlliony Lcnnre, Clurlcs Swickerr, George King, Msrvin ll.lI'll1, ' ILLCHC Mcinlel, Wflrren Cnlrrnll, Henry lhrili, Areli Fink, liuil lless, Robe' l y, .Lick Ci.unmon, l.exicr Hnger. RlCl1.1I'Ll il-.llll11.Il1 it lwnncr. Oliver Toll L L, linln-ri S6 GIRLS' SWIMMING CLUB Tridel's mermaids . . . splashing and swirling waves of the "Y" pool . . . diving devils . . . Red Cross life saving . . . stringy hair . . . water splitters . . directed by Miss Newton . . . waves of the deep. liIRS'I' ROW? Vaughn Nolte, Sarali XVaIlter, Helen Arslain, Ann Hutlell, Carolyn Cunncr, Annc Moss, Dolores Shnekelford, Virginia Burgess, Martha Hallett, ,lane Hallett, jean Gordon. SECOND ROXV: Nancy Sliarpenlmerg, Kathryn, Hancock, Mary jean W'riglit, janet Melllelland, .lane Mcilau-.l.ind, ,Iessie Zinn, Marjorie I,aue, Barbar.: Hitt, ,leann Alunkins, jackie Mnllarkey, ,Iran llailey. 'IIIIIRIJ ROXV: Adelaide Tliierolf, Sliirley l,Cl'lllI.ll1, Rosemary Kalile, Barbara Heiiderxain, Beverly Nleil, Mary I.ou Horter, Carol .Ioy Kreis, Sonia Roman, Louie W'ilsnn, Sue Tliieroff. FOURTH ROW? jackie l,el1man, Betty Kepner, Phyllis Beneke, Dorotliy jones, Carolyn Ililenfeld, Sarali Slilt, Sally liisli, Gertrude Smitli, ,loan Horter, Cynthia Bishop, Barbara Zoeclalcr. S7 FIRST ROXV: Dave Mew, Charles Taylor, Ronald Kulienw, Iiill llelirens, Robert Korn, -lack Xluriuar, ilack lilutsmg, Alnck Ciamnmn. SUCOND ROXY: A. ll. Slcngur, Victor Rush, .Ierrc Null, .lcrry lirulin, llill Weir, Paul l'.ivil.ick, l'li.ii'lt-s llortcr, manager. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM This year's Freshman Basketball Team was coached by A. Pm. Stenger, who replaced W. T. Emblen. It is to be remembered that Mr. Emblen served in the House of Delegates during the bas- ketball season. The boys finished the season with six victories and nine losses. The team won in streaks, scoring three straight wins in mid-season and winding up the campaign with another three straight. On the first team Were: Robert Korn, Ronald Kuhens, Jack Merinar, William Behrens and Charles Taylor. These five boys started every game. 88 G. A. A. Gab . . . argue . . . arbitrate . . . atliletically-inclined femmes . . . chenille "T's" . . . everything in sports from ping-pong to basketball . . . ZOO points for membership . . . Tbursday evening meetings . . Miss Newtonls glumalons. IIRST RUXV: .Iimn Hailey, Mary Russell, Nsncy Slmrpeiilwrg, Nl.1i'y 4lC.lIl xVl'l3.Ll1l, ll.lI'lU,ll'.l Zncclxler, lit-My Kepner, Claire liclnngur. Sl 1 UND ROXV: Snxili Russell, Pliyllis IH.-nclw. Rmen1.u'y' Imlwlt-, .lane XlcCi.iuxl.uul. qlam' Kimulwin, Nlevxie Zinn. Dells Gomlim. Nancy Burger. ililllllll ROXY: Vauglin Nulis. Sliirley ilirmeli, Xlary llutlingwn, Louie NVilxon, ,lu.innu Kimmins, Xl.xz' jnrie Cook, Aclulaitle ililiiernll, llurntliy Colm-n, lilC11l14ll' l5r.1mll'41ss, ,Liner Mcfilellaml. S9 MF' awww f X,-fx, .1 ,1,f.,?3f 4 A A 4, , 3 X , . ff , M, PQ? X- w,rfxl5iNkgi fwx., My 'gk Q gi H5351 . QQ ' .3 "q: .A-Q . S -b ,vm .1.,,, ...ag vu , Six ., A I. W- . QQW5' Qs X 313559-5 ' x x S N h , 'X sf it W the t yr 6 ww 'X .. . fx Q M QSXE , if 'H' sir J' ' J in uf Q !,'.' Q W xx 7 K Vs. n ' f PHOTOGRAPHERS TO THE CLASS OF 1947- THE PICTURES IN THE TRIADELPHIAN REFLECT THE QUALITY PRODUCT WE PRODUCE. TO THE CLASS OF '47 WE WISH YOU WELL WHEREVER YOU GO OR WHAT- EVER YOU DO. The Kossuth Studio 807 Main Street 92 "WI-IEELINGS MUSIC CENTER" 99 .At 0" 011 Yr e9 0 4' Mussc: fron ALL OCCASIONS oowwoocfg .fl oo W4 ly? CIasslcaI...Popular... Ji 9' Syhpxl 5, Foreign 6' oh, 35 I-ml-Bauy Records c9'ct lLLI2 MARKET ST.. WHEELING OPEN EVENLNGS UNTIL moo PM. L Phone 2l65-J Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1947 .fawpp 4104131 1 109-1 1 1 1 Chapline Street Wheeling, W. Va. N ever Closed W. C. BROWN CO. DU PUNT Plume lilm Gro ZKYJ D1'HWiUg MHtCfl2llS Duco-Dulux Res, lilm Grove 2957 R Art Supplies Qglifrjingglgng Photographic Materials Auti'0'iZCd Wheeling, W. Va. Station ELM GROVE AUTO REPAIR 24 Hour Wrecking Servi-ce MCALLISTER Body and Fender Repairs Gene Walter 2101 Nat. Road - Andy Ferkol Elm Grove, W. Va. Echo Point The De Luxe Barber Shop 131 Kruger St. - Elm Grove, W. Va. Mwfx and CbilKl7'l'lIiS Hair Cutting Q Sciefzfifif Farials E5 Scalp Tl'f'llfllIFllf.Y Owner E. P. Mille.- Mi-LADY DRESS SHOP I 'N kN: B GEO? 5""w5I,a ,, eem , . 1 and U' Ma' ' 9 BEAUTY SALON E. G. 2707 KEEP YOUR BONDS AND OTHER VALUABLES In your Own Individual SAFE DEPOSIT BOX - COSTING LESS THAN ONE CENT PER DAY - Burglar Proof - Fire Proof First National Bank SL Trust Co. Elm Grove "YOUR HOME BANK" 94 lt'5 fun to shop at Geo. E. Stifel Co. Wheeling's friendly department store Wheeling News-Register hurling Elntvlligenrrr 1 Phone Whg. 3190 "For Fri lly 5 W' J' CO' Parker "Sl" Pens and PL l XVheeling's Jewelers Since 1883 Lamps for Home or Oflice 1314 Market Street School Supplies, Note Books and Ring Binders Penclaflex Filing "If Your Credit Is Good It Is Good , , At L k ,, Wheelmg Off1Ce Supply Co 'uf ens 1420 Market Street Wlinxeling, W. V qistered jeweler American Gem Society W. QEDJ Ha1llCl'- MS"- 95 OVLTLTD A -Buy if al a HAT STORE ALLEN cf? HUNTER HATTERS - l2l8Marke1 SL STOUT'S ESSO SERVICE Lubrication and Washing S62 National Road fliultonj After a hard day at school, stop for a snack at Buch and Donovan National Road nt Eclgington Lane Rvliafzlv Pl't'Xl7'if7ff0ll Sl'l'l'il't' I-IALLMARK GREETING CARDS STATIONERY SHEAFFER PENS LENDING LIBRARY WATKINS 85 TRGTT 46',G - llrh Street W. A. Wilson 85 Sons, Inc. .1409 - 1411 and 1421 Main Street Wl1ccli11g, W. Va. PAINTS - GLASS - XVALLPAPER lohnson's Food Market Taylor and Teufel I-Ieiskell Ave. Edgwood Wheeling, W. Va. For Filll' Foodx Phone Woodsdale 880 881 3337 CLARKE PAPER COMPANY ,-..N . 4 1210 Main Street Wheeling, W. Va. Phone 285 "A PAPER FOR EVERY PURPOSE" For the Fines! Applianves NORGE - BENDIX - IRONRITE - STROMBERG CARLSON GREINETR'S 1224 Chapline St. Phone Wheeling 5282 For the Finest Records VICTOR - CAPITOL - COLUMBIA - DECCA Hi-Way Lunch 2285 National Road, Elm Grove Delicious H ome-Cooked Food We specialize in Steaks, Chops, Southern Fried Chicken Call Us! "And We're On Our Way" Elm Grove Dry Cleaners wa- can For ami Dz'1iw'r 403 National Road Phone: E. G. 2464 Elm Grove Congratulations! MAX CRONE 86 CO. 1310 Market Street 1312 Wheeling, W. Va. Let us repair those shoes. SAND1Y'S SHOE REPAIR E. G. 9529 412 Natl. Rd., Elm Grove SIMON PENN Diamonds Watches Official Railroad Watch Inspector 1205LQ Market Street Wheeling, W. Va. HESS FLORIST 45 Y'ears Quality and Service Beech Glen Phone Wds. 55 lu 'Pl H L Xykiiijn N, A J. 1 l y Congratulations, Seniors 66!iMf JXOWZTZ 16th and Market Streets Flowers For All Occasions Open evenings and Sundays Telephone Whg. 464 Charles N. Hancher Co. Jewelers - Silversmichs Established 1849 1223 Market St. Wheeling, W. Va. Visit L. S. GOOD 81 CO. A complete selection of popular and classical music By Victor, Bluebird, Columbia, Okeh, Decca Quality Since 1884 Wagner's General Store, Inc. Tria. 2301 Triadelphia National Road W. H. Chapman 85 Sons Co. X Johnston Paints - Glass - Varnish - Brushes Makers of Washing Gas Wall Paper and Painter's Supplies 1218 Main Street Phone Whg. 844 Wheeling. W. Va. 98 Models - Coins - Stamps The Hobby House 1214 Chapline St. Wheeling, W. Vu. If YO-11 Ilrlm' A Hobby We Han' Tbz' Anxwvr TAR HOE SHCP 36 Eleventh Street Wheeling, W. Va. GRIEST McGhee and Company Cut Rate Drug Stores Everything for The Office ,,l4th and Main Streets Wheeling - Wellsburg ' Wheeling, W. Va. Moundsville Phone Whg. 1717-1718 Richman Bros. Men's Clothing and Furnishings 1217-19 Market Sr. Wheeling, W. Va. For Anything ln Sporting Goods See. IULE JULE RIVLIN'S SPORT SHOP Whg. 3698 1135 Main Wheeling, W. V11 McGrail's Liberty Dairy Products Co. Elm Grove 2941 IEWELERS MrGraiI's will trust you and y01l ran ifusl McGrail's McLure Hotel Bldg. 1212 Market Street Wheeling, W. Va. Telephone for Liberty Milk Liberty Ice Cream Homogenized Milk .1 for finer PORTRAITS as for finer F ASHIONS it,s THE Wheeling, W. Va. F HUB Kalbitzers Wishes Triadelphian Graduates best Wishes on their Future Road to Success H. KALBITZER Sc SON 1050 Market St. Wheeling Best Wishes for Success And Happiness to the Class of '47 REICHARTS Your Favorite Furniture Store 1 1 2 1 Main Street Wheeling, 'W. Va. 1 i Congratulations to class of "47" I-IORNE'S Main and 11th Street West Virginia's largest specialty fashion store Phone Whg. 13 S 3 - - ' 4 FULTUNI PHARMACY 2 E "IF IT'S GLASS-WE HAVE IT" American Plate 86 Window Prescriptions , A Glass Co. . l I Sperm ty Wholesale and Retail Phone Wcls. 600 MATT I.. KIRKLAND, Prop. 1314 Main Street ' Phones: Whg. 865-866 Nobils Shoe Store Old Notes Old Rents 1233 Market Street Qld Accounts Receivable Wheeling, W' Va- COLLECTED SEE Us TIRES N U d TUBES Wheeling Credit Clearing ew '-' se Recapping, Vulcanizing House FULTON TIRE SHOP Fulton Phone: Woodsdale 773 Phone S025-S026 F. Schmeichel 86 Son Co. Highest Quality Furniture Obtainable at Lowest Prices Always Striving to Deserve Your Pntronagc 2213-17 Chapline Street Uncxcelled Funeral Service Theatre Confectionery Gifts-School-Sports-Camera Supplies Marque Beauty Salon 1130 National Road Wds. 697 COLVIG Congratulations, Seniors Slloribir Elm Grove 2485 ' P Y 1 S Congratulations to the SENIOR CLASS OF 1947 FISCHER'S NBAIRY BAR Flowers for All Occasions at HEILLSTE-RN'S National Road Wds. 1900 HOLMES COAL AND DUMP TRUCKING Elm Grove 2922 2444 National Road Kaufman's STORE OF DISTINCTIVE STYLES The Only Exclusive Shop in Wheeling Specializing in Junior and Misses Sizes 28 Eleventh Street Wheeling, W. Va. Best 'wishes to the students of Triadelphia I-Iighi School. You are now building the foundation for whatever you hope to accomplish in the future. Build that foundation strong and secure. THE ELLIOTT SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Hawley Building Wheeling, West Virginia may E. G. Wickham Food Markets With Sporting Goods From Three l.G.A. Markets to Serve You H. G. FRIEDRICHS POWER MARKET Tel. Whg. 659 s 64 - 12th St. Wheeling, W. Va. GLENWOOD MARKET WARWOOD MARKET 1,02 XX. W. A. DRIEHORST CO. Wheeling's Finest Food Store BIRD'S EYE FROSTED FOODS Electra's Coffee Roasted Daily NATIONAL ROAD KING'S jewelry C5 Appliances 1320 Marker St. Wflieeling, W. va. Plione 1600 A FRIEND FULTON BANK 86 TRUST CO. WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA "C0uw'nienlly Lucaied on fbi' Nalioual Highway" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation GEO. R. TAYLOR CO. A century of fashion leadership 1 847 1947 Engravings for The 1947 Triad Made By Jahn 85 Ollier Engraving Co. Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Color Commercial Artists - Photographers 8 I7 XV. Wiisliixmgton Blvd., Chicago 7, lll. GO ALL-ELECTRIC THE MODERN HOUSEXVIFE IS SWITCHING TO CLEAN - COOL - CAREFREE ELECTRIC COOKERY No Smoke - No Soot No Flame Wheeling Electric Co. y A Compliments of 1 Stone SL Thomas 1847 - 1947 , For 100 Years 10071 for You V "West virgin 4 's R.. .. 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