Triadelphia High School - Triadelphian Yearbook (Wheeling, WV)

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M" , A," ggi. X 1, i , i , 41, - lwyf N XX 'Yx W fx N' fi V77 '1 X X g r, 1. if fix:xg 'A xx px 'I ll .xl 4 X lrlgflf 1 X i- x- -- V ff was-ff' xxx tiixwx in' A .-U, ,M We Q' N-'9i1i5."3Q : ,?1w,4- if :ff-E' fel g '-1 MQLM Tiff' T my! ' N. - ' xxx 5 li" E nv ii :ey N 'Z it 'E' X if ' ' E fn - xi' J X D .4 FUIQEWDIQD Through the year of '47-'48 The Little Reds went warring on. With the guidance of the great chief And the counsel of the squaws and warriors, Young Indian braves and maidens Were taught to traverse life's forest. The picture legends of these pages Are meant to recall not only The feasts and ceremonial dances But the wars and peace councils Of 1947-48. In future years may they remind you Of your struggles for Wampum- The time when your love was captured By another brave or maid And bring back kind thoughts of others Who, with you, ran life's races. lf these pages kindle mem'ries Ot' these half-forgotten days gone by, They will have achieved their purpose. -Jeanne Beidler, Editor The Triad war cry re-echoed widely as the Little Reds, under the leadership of this mighty Chieftain, became conquerors of the Ohio Valley Confederation of Tribes. Not only did this saehem train the bodies of our warriors and inspire them on against heaviest odds, but he also shaped the minds of our maidens and braves by his wisdom in the council room. Best proof of his greatness is his eminence in all tribal affairs and the respect with which other sachems regard him. Therefore, we, "The 1948 Triad" staff, dedicate what N follows to our great war chief, Coach E. F. Dupke. l IDEIDICATIU Levering Bonar, Assistant Superintendent, Junior and Senior High Schools, B, O. Smith, C. B Montgomery, Assistant Superintendent, Elementary Schools, J. P. McHenry, Superintendent, Secretary Ohio County Board of Educationg Fred E. Cowl, President, john H. Clark, Mrs. Lottie Albinger, Wal- ter L. Peters fin background Wheeling Intelligencer Reporter Ralph Conleyj SUPERINTENDENTS AND OHIO COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION By Sue Hansen The Board of Education is composed of ive members, elected for a term of six years. The Board appoints the superintendent and assistants, all teachers and supervisors of instruction. It Hlls any vacancy that occurs. The members are responsible for securing and disbursing all school finances. This year, Walter L. Peters became a member because of the death of Howard Matthews, president. TRIADELPHIA HIGH SCHOOL X f -iff-1, 1 V ,KN Q 'LVN A xi Cf Z .I Mx, 5' ' Z Q H XY we Mis H1 n H HEI-XP, BIG CHIEFS! TRIADELPHIIVS PRINCIPAL P. E. King A. B., Blue Ridge College A. M., West Virginia University Principal The powwow was called to order in September by the big chief. Aided by his able braves, he started the bucks and squaws off on the right moccasin. Things went along well in the main tepee, with the braves eternally collecting wampum from the lesser members of the tribe. May has arrived. The bucks and squnws are eager to go hunting. The older tribe members are loaded with their equipment, few to return again to the humble tepee. .5 , DEANS Dale Ross J. W. Cochran Ph. B., Bethany College A. B., West Liberty State College M. Litt., University of Pittsburgh M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh Problems of American Democracy American History Dean Of Girls Sponsors National Honor Society Dean of Boys QR 8 lf. - so l Qff' AND FACULTY Katherine E. Barnard A. B., West Liberty State College Shorthand I and II, Typing I Sponsors Art Club 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 Second-Year Choruses, Girls' Sextet Bernice R. Brennan A. B., A. M., West Virginia University English IV J. C. Bullard B. S., West Virginia University M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh Biology Sponsors Nature Club Stefano R. Ceo Teacher Diploma, Italy Columbia University Mozarteum Salzurg Berlin University New York University Director of Instrumental Music Sponsors Orchestra, Band 'SRX 9 C- AO F jf! fxlll, . i Dessie Cox A. B., Bethany College American History, Social Science Boys' Study Hall Sponsors Student Couuril Adda L. Dunlap B. S., Hood College A. M., Gallaudet College English II, Foods II Sponsors Y-Teens, National Honor Soriety, Future Homemakers E. F. Dupke A. B., Bethany College English III Football and Basketball Coach Catherine M. Ebert B. S., Bliss College M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh Bookkeeping I and II, Commercial Law Salesmanship Sponsors junior Red Cross William T. Emblen A. B., A. M., West Virginia University Social Science Assistant Football and Basketball Coach Track Coach Earnest A. Eros A. B., Western Reserve University Social Science, Physical Education Sponsors Varsity Club .QNX 10 -,:: 'Q F jf! Mary A. Erskine A. B., Muskingum College M. L., University of Pittsburgh Speech, Girls' Study Hall Sponsors Musqners, Tbespiaus Alma S. Farley Secretary Carrie Kathryn Fleming A. B., West Virginia University A. M., Columbia University English II Lois Grubb B. S., University of Pittsburgh Plane Geometry Lester A. Haager B. S., Ohio University Electricity, Driver Education Sponsors Swimming Club Resigned March 3, 1948 Mary Howley A. B., Seton Hill College Chemistry Sponsors Science Club, Riding Club XFX SSX 11 Af.- 0141. iff ik India Killian A. B., Elizabeth College English III, Business English C. C. Kraus A. B., West Virginia Wesleyan College A. M., Ohio State University American History Sponsors Tennis, Golf, Swimming, Baseball Audrey Lazear A. B. Muskingum College A. M., Columbia University Latin Sponsors Classical Club Kathleen Lipscomb A. B., Davis-Elkins College Home Economics Sponsors Future Homemakers of America Opaline T. Martin A. B., Harding College Typing I, Junior Business Training, Commercial Arithmetic A. R. Milligan A. B., West Liberty State College Physics, Biology, Aeronautics Sponsors Projection Crew, Science Club NQTNX 12 fl- 0 F jf! Margaret Moore A. B., West Virginia University A. M., Columbia University Spanish, English I Sponsors Spanish Club Elinor Nally A. B., Bethany College M. Litt., University of Pittsburgh Latin, French Sponsors Riding Cllub, Sorlalifas Latina 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 Robert H. Porter A. B., West Liberty State College M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh Commercial Arithmetic, Jr. Business Training Journalism Sponsors The Triarlelphian, The Triad, Quill and Scroll, The Camera Club Ruth Rogers A. B., Marshall College Study Hall, English I, IV M. M. Rokos B. S. in M. E., West Virginia University Mechanical Drawing I, II, III, IV Faculty Manager of Athletics S S ibxxxx 13 ,.- o is Zfff' 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 Sponsor: 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 Libra ry Counselors Mary Winters . B., A. M., West Virginia University Solid Geometry, Algebra I and II, Trigonometry Sponsors Y-Teens - X Sox 14 11. 0 F ff' TRIADELPHIA HIGH SCHOOL 44 fv""'5. 1 X HQ-4,4 WARRICDRS sq v SENIOR Martha Louise Ackerman llomc lcouomicx Xlarili Niuilx II.iII Sli-cping llthlllly ilmrux I, 2, I: Y-iliccnx I, Z, 3, 4: lr. Ri-II C row I. 2. I. 4- -Iayk Anmto I UIII-ga I'rcp.u'.iiori lark Hilii lu' or not to Iwo." SIJQL' C rcw I. llI'L'HlLll'I1l 4: lfootlvall I, 2, 5, 4: Nlaxqucrx I, 4: lli-Y 2. I. -I: illiuxpiaiix I, VICC-l,l'lJ9ILlCl1l 4: Siuilcul iouncil 4: Scicncu Cluh -Ig Soilaluax l.aiina 2: Alr. Rival Know I, 2, I, 4, SlllklCI1l Ciouncil :Moxt.li1l 4. Dorothy Mac Atkinson louuuuicial .Xilwr SIU' .lull i'L'wl'Xul Iliorux I. 2. I: Wflccns 3, 4. .ll- Iiril iron I, 2, I, 4. Dorothy .Ioan Bailcy K ollrlili' l'rm'p.u'.lloi'y ,loan llappi 'go lucky w Y-Teens I, L, K, -I: Girls' Swim- ming Klulv I. 2, 5: 41 ,ll'- RHI iiuxu I, I. 1. 4: Ki.A.A. 2, I, 4: lilwrarx Couuwlor 2. 3. 4: llomu Iioiunuiu Clulm 4: Soilaliraw l.a- IIll.I I. Phyllis Marie Bzirgicl iii'i1cr.lI l'l1illn .Xluau ,olring IV. Ri-.I 1 row I. 1. I. -I. I I X S NQXNX ,. - o .1 Ifff' Barbara Lee Albers College l'rcp.ir.uory Bobbie Full of fun and fancy frm' Soilalitaw Latina I: l,iIwrai'y loun- Qclor 1, 3, Riding Cilulw 3. -Ig Na- ture Cilub 4: Spanish lilulw 4: Y- Teens I. 2. 3. 4: iliimulclpliian Stall 4: Triad Statl' 4: Quill S Scroll 4. Patricia jean Annon General Pai "Smilin' Thru" Alr. Red Crow I. 2, I, -Ig Y-ilicciiw I, 2, 3, 41 l.ilvrarv Kiouuwloi' 2. I. 4. Phyllis jean Bachmann Commercial Honor hright lircxliman CilllllII1L'IIk'K'I1lL'llI Spcalx- cr: Stifcl Prilc I, 2, Ig Y-'ll-cm 2, Clalwinct I, -Ig National llonor So- ciety 3, 4: iliriailulplmian Staff 4. Dorothy Virginia Baker Colle-gc l'rcparaiory Dottie Steele Ilutc Sodalitai l..llII1.l I: Y-Tccm I, 2 3, 4: Orchcsira I, 2, 5, -I: Spaniel Club 3, 4: Naturc Cfluh -Ig Scicnc Club 4: ilr. Red from I, 2, 1. -I Nancy Louise Barker General Nancy Her iasu: is HllIlll.OI'IH.H 1 C Y-Term 2, 3, -I: llr. Ri-il from " 3. 4: Ciirls Chorus 2, 3. 4: l'nicrf ml as .1 Sophoiuorv from Cilay -Ii High. Pat Casey Bates College Preparatory Casey A mind of her own Y-Teens 2, J, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club Vice-President 3, Secretary 43 Daughters of American Revolution American History Award 33 jr. Town Meet- ing of the Air Speaker 43 Library Counselor 43 jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Tennis Club 33 Entered as a Sopho- more from Saint Angela Academy. Aiken, South Carolina. Jeanne Arm Beidler College Preparatory .Ieanne Cream of the crop Sodalitas Latina President I3 Classi- cal Club 3, President 43 Y-Teens l, Cabinet 3, 43 Triadelphian Staff 3, Iiditor 43 Triad Staff 3, Editor 43 Quill Bl Scroll 3, 43 Freshman Commencement Speakerg Nature Club 43 Science Club 43 First-Year Chorus3 jr. Red Cross l, 3, 43 Masquers 43 National Honor So- ciety 3, Secretary 43 Class Trea- surer 43 Stifel Prize I, 3. Marilyn Bergncr College Preparatory Marilyn Well dressed Sodalitas Latina lg Classical Club 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Tennis Club 53 Library Counselor 2, 3, 43 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Carol Bixler College Preparatory Carol Delightful to know Sodalittas Latina 13 Y-Teens I, Cabinet 2, 3, Vice-President 4: Nature Club I, 2, Vice-President 3, Secretary 43 Science Club 4: Classical Club 2, 3: National Honor Society 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2. James Downing Black Industrial Arts jim "Shoot, Black! You're on!" Football Manager 23 Art Club 3, 43 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. . isfitig? . tiki' ibxxxx Y S 17 ,Z o 41. :fff be Floyd Dale Beecroft Industrial Arts 'Dale "Music, Maestro, Please!" Track I, 23 Band 3, 43 Projection Crew 43 Intramurals I, Captain 2, 3, 4. Robert W. Benner College Preparatory Ben He came, saw, and conquered. Hi-Y 43 Freshman Commence- ment Speaker3 Senior Class Secre- tary3 jr. Red Cross I, 3, 43 Re- entered as a junior from Linsly Institute. Eleanor Jane Bitzer College Preparatory Janie Bright and gay -Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Sodalitas Latina I3 Science Club 43 Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Floyd Black Industrial Arts Flip "Oh, those cheerleaders!" Basketball 1, 2, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football I, 2g Intramural Bas- ketball 33 Track 1. Thelma Blane College Preparatory Thelma Flaxen-haired doll Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Sodalitas Latina 13 Spanish Club 43 Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3. CLASS SENIOR Marilyn Lou Bogard General Bogie And then came the Don. Chorus l, 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, jr. Rcd Cross l, 2, 3, 49 Triad Staff 4, Triadclphian Staff 4. Carol jean Bonar Commercial Carol jean jean-ius at work Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Masqucrs 4, Chorus 2, 3, Triad Staff 3, 4, Triadelpliian Staff 3, 4, jr. Red Cross 3, Secretary 4, Quill 84 Scroll 4. Nancy Louise Brammer College Preparatory Nan Shck lid-ucated. Sodalitas Latina lg Tennis Club 3, jr. Red Cross l, Z, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Nancy Mae Burger Commercial Nancy Athletic beauty G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3. 4: Triad Staff 4, Triadclphian Staff 4, Sec- retary Miss Newton 3, Secretary Mr. Porter 4. William R. Caldwell Industrial Arts Bill Sleepy-Slow-But Sure Track 1, Manager 2. Robert Lee Bogard Industrial Arts Bob "Milkman, Keep Those Bottles Quiet" Projection Crew 3, 4, Student Council Assistant 3: ll1ll'.ll11Lll'.ll Basketball 3: jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Gym Instructor 3. William Bowman General Bill He gets around. Track Team 2. 3, 4, jr. Red Crows I. 2, 3, 4, Triadelphian Stall 3: Triad Stall' 3. Margaret Ruth Bumgardncr Commercial Pssm' Fiqliting spirit Sxrlalitas Latina l, jr. Red Cro:.s l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4. Corneal E. Butler Commercial Neal Frank-ly, sl'ie's sweet. G.A.A. l, Z, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3. Margaret Carter Commercial Margie Coy and cute jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, President 4. Lois Jean Cecil General Lou Paul-ease llc mine. Y-Teens l, 2. 3, 45 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Eleanor Louise Clark General Lou Pretty and quiet jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Home lfconomies Club 3, 4. Margaret A. Cornwell College Preparatory Pege Velvet voice Sodalitas Latina 25 vlr. Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girls' Sextet 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 Nature Club 3. 4. Rita Ann Dallas Commercial Rita lfyes..ls bright as diamonds Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 45 lintered as a Sophomore from Steubenville High School, Steuben- ville, Ohio. joan Delores Davis Commercial Tuodie "She's lovely. She's engaged." Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Secretary 3, 4. l i Qtxx 19 4- Q ,Q Frank Cihy General Frank Tell us another one, Frank. Jack Cook Industrial Arts Cook On the spot-light jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 45 Projection Crew 4. Thelma Virginia Crupe Commercial Virginia Charmingly delightful Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. jean Marie Davis Commercial -Ican Blythe spirit jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4. Joan Lee Davis College Preparatory Lee A clever speaker and writer Yffeens I, 2, 3, 45 Masquers 3, 45 Arr Club 2, 35 Sodalitas Latina 15 Chorus lg Triad Staff 35 Triadel- phian Stalf 3. CLASS SENIOR Robert Wilson Day Industrial Arts Bob I love a motorbike. Band Z, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Sndalilas Latina I, Swimming Club 3. William Albert Eaton Industrial Arts Bill Blushin' Bill Band 2, 3, 4, jr. Rod Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3. Dorothy L. Echols General Dot Blue-eyed Iassie jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Triadel- phian Staff 3, Triad Staff 3, Quill BL Scroll 3, 4, Iintercd as a junior from Wheeling High School. james Russell Evans Industrial Arts jim Drummer de luxe jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Triad Staff 4, Triadelphian Staff 4, ln- iramural Basketball 3. Marjory jean Falck Commercial Margie A friendly way jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Assistant 3, 4. 3:2 law, ii - gf' -K 30 l :fff Jeanne Lucia Dieckmann College Preparatory jeanne Flowering artist National Honor Society 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 3, President 4, Y- Teens l, 2, 3. Treasurer 4, Mas- quers 3, 4, Thespians 3, Secretary 4, Wheeling and Warwcxmd Iix- change Speaker, Sodalitas Latina I, Classical Club 2, 3, 4, Triad and Triadelphian Art Ifditor 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3, jr. Red Cross Council I, 2, Quill BL Scroll 4. Nancy Lee Eble College Preparatory Iiblce Lovable lassie Orchestra I, Concert Master 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross I, 3, 4, Classical Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Sodnlitas Latina I. Barbara Enelow College Preparatory Ifnny "TI1erc's no business like show business." Spanish Club 4, Science Club 4, Sodaliras Latina I, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Masquers 4. jean Evans General "Nothin' much to say" Home Economics Club -I, jr. Reel Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Jeanne H. Fee College Preparatory jeanne Front-page Fee Sodalitas Latina I, jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Classical Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 41 Y-TCCHS I. 2. 3, 4, Triad Staff 4, Triadelphian Staff 4, Quill 8L Scroll 4. William joseph Fink Industrial Arts Bill Drugstore casanova Projection Crew 4. Sally M. Fish College Preparatory Sally Sparkling eyes, pleasing person- ality Swimming Club 2, 3, 45 f:l.liYiCll Club 2, 4, President 35 Riding Club 3, Vice-President 15 Science Club 45 C.A.A. 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Student Coun- cil 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 ,lunior Town Meeting of the Air Speaker 45 Tennis Club 3. Leona M. Folmar College Preparatory Leona Well liked by all Sodalitas Latina l5 Classical Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3. 45 Y- Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, Vice-President 45 National Honcr Society 3, 45 Student Council As- sistant 4. Edward C. Gaughan General Abbie Fulton's mayor jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Triadelphian Staff 45 Triad Staff 45 Jean Ellen Glnuser College l'repar.1tory jean Laughter in her heart Girls' Chorus I, 25 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 Na- ture Club l, 2, 3, 45 Classical Club 2, 3, 45 Sodalitas Latina I5 Student Council Assistant 4. XX 2 N o AQ. iff' Donald H. Fischer College Preparatory Don Young man with a trumpet Sodalitas Latina I5 Student Council 35 Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance- masters l, 25 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. Donald Lee Fitz Industrial Arts Don "I've got a girl who's mighty sweet." Edward Cree Friedrich: College Preparatory Flats Is Freddy ready? Football 3, Co-Captain 45 Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Swim- ming Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club Treasurer 45 Golf 3, 45 Science Club 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 Ping-pong Club 25 Entered as a Sophomore from Bexley High School, Columbus, Ohio. Ruby Virginia Gittings General Freck A jewel Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Secretary 4. Della Eva Goodim Commercial Dell Red Cross guiding star Student Council 1, 25 Library Counselor 15 jr. Red Qross 1, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, President 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Ping-pong Club 25 Secretary to the late Mr. Rollins 35 Secretary to Mr. Coch- CLASS ran 3, 4. SENIOR Christeen Lorraine Green General Lorraine 'I'Ii.n lnan of mine Y-Teens I, 2. 5. 4. I I I Kathryn Irene Hancock College Preparatory Rate Charming Katie Y-Teens I. 2, 3. 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, I, 4: Sodalitax Latina I: Girls' 5 f Cliorus I: Classical Club 2, Vice- Prexident 3: Swimming Club 2, 3. President 4: Riding Club 2, 4: Seeretary4Trensurer 3. Crux' P fl ,.., - I L 'it 1, - I , gy, I : I Mary Elizabeth Hanket Home Economics Sis Alwayx witli a smile Home Economics Club I, 2, 3: lr Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Donald G. Hardesty Industrial Arts Hard Man-about-town Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Student Council Assistant 2, 3: Hi-Y 4: Varsity Club 4: Stage Crew 2: Golf I: Tennis I: Intra- mural Basketball l: Ping-pong Club I, 2: Nature Club 2: Track 1: jr. Red Cross I, 2: Volley Ball Team 2: Art Club I. l Jacqueline Juanita Haugbt 5 Commercial ,laekie "My Buddy" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 3, 4: jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4. , T KSQENX 22 11- Q F jf! Audrey Mae Hamilton College Preparatory Audrey Popular Princess Sodalitas Latina I: Nature Club I, Z: Classical Club 2: Y-Teens I, 2, Treasurer 3: Cabinet 4: Mawquerw 3, Vice-President 4: Tlaespians 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Cborus I. Z, 3, 4: Sextet 2, 3, Ac- eompanist 4: Spanixb Club 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer 4. Elva Bernette Hand Commercial Peany Kitten on the keys Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Secretary to Mr. lfmblen 4. Susan E. Hansen College Preparatory Sue Sweet Sue Spanish Club 3, 4: Classical Club 2, 3, 4: Sodalitas Latina I: Student Council Assistant 3: Student Coun- cil 4: Science Club 4: Nature Club 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Triadelpbian Staff 4: Triad Staff 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Quill LY Scroll 4. John Richard Hare College Preparatory Dick -Iolly and jovial Proieetion Crew 3, 4: Alr. Red Crow l: 2, 3. 4. Ruth Virginia Havrileck General A good kid Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. Billie Jo Headley General Bill Dimpled darling Y-Teens I, 3, 4, Nature Club 3, 45 Clteerlender 2, 3, 4, llome lfcununiies Club 4, Student Coun eil Assistant 3, 4. Dale E. Hoffman General llnll 'lille strong, silent tvpe Hi-Y 4, Student Council Assistant 4, qlr. Red Ltuss 3, 4, l'.ntei'et.l as .t ,Iuniur from l.insly lnstitute. Betty Jo Honalter Cutninercial llets llenutiful brown eyes Girls' Chorus l, 3, 4, jr. lied Cross l. 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Secretary to Dean of lluys 3: Attendtul 'Nest Liberty lligll Sellu-ul during 'Sopho- ll1UrC yu-lr. Edward Burl-te Humphrey ciUI1ll11UI'Cl.ll Un Sweet lips liasltetbpill lg Trnelt lg liantl l, 2, lli-Y 2, 3, 4, Pruieetiun Crew 3, 4, Class Vice-l'resident Z, -lr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Donald jones lndustrinl Arts lluteli lluw's tlle weather up there? liquid I, Z, 3, -li l3.tsketb.tll l, 3, 4, lI1ll'.1llll.lI'Lll Basketball 2, -Ir. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Student Council Assistant 2, 3. 4 S vb, N -xx it N -xx 23 -3, ' fff I Barbara Anne Hitt College Preparatory Hitty Fritfs red-liairetl bombshell Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: -lr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1: So- dalitas Latina I, Spanish Club 3, : fwitnming Club 2, 3, 43 Ping- pong Club 2. George G. Holman General Nwitlidrew Klan. 26, 1948 tu enter Ohio County Vocational Selioul. Joan Hores General ,lotlie An artist in our midst Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4: Home lieunomics Club 4. Dolores Jean Jones General tloncsy The "height" of friendliness Nature Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 4, jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 43 Triadel- pliiaxn Stuff 4, Triad Staff 4. Jean Marie Junkins College Preparatory Blondie Lovely blonde Sodnlitas Latina lg Girls' Swim- ming Club l, 2, 3, 4, Nature Club 3, 43 Y'Teens l, 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club 4, Triad Staif 33 Tennis Club 33 Girls' Chorus l, 3, 4. CLASS SENIOR Nan-ka Lee Keller College Preparatory Red An all-around good sport Y-Teens I, Z, Cabinet 3, President 4, Sodalitas Latina I, Classical Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Masquers 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary of Freshman Class, Freshman Class Commencement Speaker, Science Club 3, jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, jr. Town Meeting of the Air Speak- er 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4, Chorus I, 2, Stifel Prize I, 2, 3. Helen Gene Kimmins Home lfconomics Gene l.ife of the party jr. Red Cross Z, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Home lfeonomics Club 4, Student Council Assistant 3, 4, Attended Sherrard High School as a Freshman. Arden King College Preparatory "Dux femina facti" National Honor Society 3, Vice- President 4, Masque-rs 3, Secretary- Treasurer 4, Thespians 3, President 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Secretary 4, Na- ture Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, Classi- cal Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 4, jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, jr. Town Meeting of th: Air Alternate 4, liI1KCl'Cll as a Sophomore from Dover High School, Dover, New Hampshire. Lyle Kinney Industrial Arts Lyle Silent knight jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Helen Knight General Helen Charming jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Home lieonomics Club 4. - 'L - 3 Q .5 Qff' Rosemary Kiger Hughes College Preparatory Rosie Charles' bride and joy Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Sodalitas Latina I, Chorus I, 2, Classical Club 2, Married jan. 9, I948, to Charles W. Hughes Joanne Kimmins College Preparatory joanne W'hich one will it be? Sodalitas l.atin.1 I, jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, Z, 3, 4, Science Club 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, Span- ish Club 3, 4, Student Council Assistant 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. Doris Eilleen King Commercial Doris Bob or Bob? Orchestra I, 2, Student Council 2, 3, Secretary 3, 4, jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. Helen Joyce Kiser College Preparatory joyce ' "Versatility is the spice of life." Y-Teens I, 2. 3, 4, Sodalitas Latina 1, Art Club 1, 3, 4, Nature Club 3, 4, Classical Club 2, 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer 4, Spanish Club 3, President 4, Masquers 4, jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Nancy jane Knight , General Nancy Lots of fun Chorus 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Nature Club 3, 4, jr. Red Cross 4, Enter- ed as :A junior from West Liberty High School. Carol Joy Kreis College Preparatory C. J. Dark eyes and gypsy violins Swimming Club l, 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Girls' Chorus l, Z, Sodalitas Latina lg Masquers 3, 43 Thespians 3, Treasurer 4: Art Club 3, 4: Y- Teens I, Z, 3, 4, Student Council Assistant 35 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Arthur Burton Levin College Preparatory Art An actor at heart Football I, Basketball lg Sodalitas Latina I, Masquers 3, President 42 Tlxespians 3, 4, Science Club 3: Student Council Assistant 4, jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 4, Intramural Basketball 2. Nancy Jane Lewis College Preparatory Nancy Baby-doll curls Y-Teens 1, 2, J, -ig Sodalitas La- tina lg jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Anna Lee Litman General Ann "Service with a smile" Y-Teens 1, 2, 4. Steve Locl-tmer Industrial Arts "There goes my muHler." I ...xr -K S s Q 25 ..' 1 fff Marjorie Ann Laue Commercial Margie Triclel's lovely queen Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Art Club I, 2, Presijent 3, Secretary-Treasurer 41 Swimming Club 1, 2, Vice-l'resi- dent 3, 45 Ping-pong Club 2: Freshman Commencement Speaker. Helen Louise Lewis Commercial Louie Tall blonde Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. john Lilley General Don juan's John Football 3, 45 Basketball 45 Track 3, 4: Swimming Club 4. Jzzwfaziww 6t.'QfW'5Zf7""'! 1, - IJ ar tark ittle College Preparatory Abe Mr. President Senior Class Presifdentg National Honor Society President 4g junior Class Vice-President: Freshman Class Vice-President, Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track Team 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Span- ish Club 3, 4g Varsity Club 45 Student Couneil 1. Nancy Jane Loy College Preparatory Nancie The "new look" Art Club 3, 43 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Sodalitas Latina lg Tennis Club 3. CLASS SENIOR Peggy M. Lydick College Preparatory Pvmzy Gooj things come in small packages. Classical Club 2: Spanish Club 4: Nature Club I, 3, Secretary Z: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 3: Sodalitas Latina I: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Tennis Club 3. La Vaughn Marshall Commercial Bonnie "King" of her heart Home Ifconomics Club I, 4: Y- Teens 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Don B. Matthews College Preparatory Math Always with a smile Sodalitas Latina President I: -Ir. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Class President: Freshman Class Treasurer: Football I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 3, 4: Swimming Club 3, 4: Track I, 4: Varsity Club 4: Spanish Club 3: Classical Club 2: Student Council Assistant 3, 4: Ping-pong Club 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew I, 2. Julia Jane McCausland College Preparatory ,Ianie One touch of Venus Sodalitas Latina I: Girls' Chorus I: Y-Teens I. 2, 3, 4: Swimming Club I, 2, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3: G.A.A, I, 2, 4, Secretary 3: Riding Club 2, 3, 4: Ping-pong Club 2: Student Council Assistant 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Science Club 4: llr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Robert A. McCulloch Commercial Bob Long and lanky jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Sodaliras liatina I. ik . :mv 'v Ss? 26 fl. Q I.: jf! Burdetta Lee Marshall General "Man on her mind" Y-Teens I, 4: Home lfconomies Club I, 4: Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3. Marilyn Marshall College Preparatory Gotta meet that deadline Sodalitas Latina I: Y-Teens I, 1, 3, 4: Classical Club 2, 3, 4: Nature Club 3, Vice-President 4: Ilome Economics Club 4: Triadelpliian Staff 4: Triad Staff 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Quill BL Scroll 4. Thomas R. McCarroII Industrial Arts Tom He likes 'em little. Track I, 2, 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 3, 4: Varsity Club 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3. janet Lee McClelland College Preparatory ,Ian A picture from "Vogue" Sodalitas l.atina I: Classical Club 2, 3: Swimming Club I, 2, 3, 4: Riding Club 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Art Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Tennis Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 4. Margaret Louise McConnell Commercial Louise Loves to dance Y-Teens 4: Secretary 3: Art Club 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Kaye A. McGlumphy Industrial Arts Mac 'I'here's always room for argument. Student Council Assistant 3, 4: Football I, 2, 33 Basketball I, 2: Track I, 21 Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Gym Assistant 3. Marcia jay Meek College l'repar.lilory Marty Maybe "Martyn but not "Meek" Sodalitas Latina I, Ping-pong Club 2, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, -I, Spanish Club 3, 4: Girls' Chorus I, jr. Red Cross Loaneil 3, jr. Red C.ross I, 2, 3, 4. Paul Stone Michel College Preparatory Mike - Our Hero Sodalitas Latina lg Band I, 2, 3, -Ig Nature Club lg Tennis Club Ig Track I, 43 Football I, 2, 3, -Ig Basketball I, 2, 3. 4, Intr.1mur.1l Basketball I, 2g Golf 1, Swimming Club I, 2, 3: Ping-pong Club 2, Varsity Club Sergeant .lt arms 4, jr, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, Srage Crew I. Mary jane Miller Commercial Small girl with a big voice Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, -Ig Sextet 4, jr. Red Cross 2, 3, -I. Ellen Monroe College Preparatory I'l Good in athletics Sodalitas Latina lg jr. Red Cross I, 2. 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 41 Triad Staff 3, Triztdelphian Staff 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2. ' I2 fs .3- .stu ' I . l I I I I I .tx IE: 3 i l lei 'Qfxx 27 4 Q F jf! Helen V. McHenry General Mac Wonder woman Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3g jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club 4, Triadel- phian Staff 4g Triad Stal? 4. Eugene Edward Meintel Industrial Arts Baldy Cute as Christmas jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 33 Freshman Basketballg Swimming Club 3, Assistant Gym Instructor 3. Carole june Miller Commercial Watch those motorcycles. jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. Margaret Mirandy General Dolly "Oh, You Beautiful Doll" jr. Red Cross 1, 2. 3, 4g Y-Teens 2, 35 Home Economics Club 4. Ruth Evaline Moore Commercial Blondie , "Her locks of shimmering gold" Library Counselor 4g Y-Teens 3, 4g jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. CLASS SENIOR Jacqueline Lea Mullarkey Commercial . jackie . weet and lovely Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Swimming Club I, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Nature Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Student Council Assistant 4: jun- ior Class Secretary-Treasurer. Bettie Mae Myers f Iommereial Bettie Quiet and serene Chorus I, 2, 3: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3. 4. Bob Nelson Industrial Arts Dee Dee Prefers blondes, brunettes, or red- heads Football 1, 2, 4: Basketball 3: Var- sity Club 4: Boys' Chorus 3: Track 4: Band I: Football Man- ager 2: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4' Intramural Basketball I, 2, 4. i Russell Leroy Newland Jr. Industrial Arts Buster Head of Debaters Society Science Club 4. Paul Robert Nickerson Industrial Arts Nick Cat got your tongue? jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. I I I I I Qtxx 28 il- 0 F Theoren J. Murvin jr. College Preparatory Stitfy One of the gang Student Council I: Student Coun- cil Assistant 2, 3: Sophomore Class Secretary: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Football 2: Basketball I: Science Club 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Sodalitas Latina I. Howard R. Nay College Preparatory Titters A leader nf men Freshman Commencement Speaker: Sodalitas Latina Vice-President I: Classical Club 2: Student Council I, 2: Student Council Assistant 3, 4: junior Class President: lli-Y 2, Vice-President 3, President 4: Dis- trict Hi-Y President 4: State Ili-Y Secretary 4: Science Club 3: jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: Ping-pong Club 2: Masquers 3, 4: Varsity Club 4: Basketball I, Z, 3, 4: Hase- ball 2, 3, 4: Swimming Club I: Golf 2: Tennis I. Ola Jane Nester General jane A friend in need jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I. Bud Nicholson College Preparatory Nick Wbadda you know-twins. Vice-President Senior Class: Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary 4: Varsity Club 4: Sudalitas Latina I: Classical Club 2: Band I: Football Manager 2, 3, 4: Basketball Manager I, 2, 3: Masquers 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. Clifton Noble College Preparatory Denny A nice guy Freshman Class President: Ili-Y 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3. Patricia Ann Owens Commercial Put A cheery Hi! for all Girls' Chorus I5 jr. Red Cross Council 45 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Secretary to Miss Stewart 4. Lenora jean Parsons College Preparattory Snips Sweet .ind petite Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Art Club l. 25 Sotlalitas latina I5 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Donald R. Poindexter Industrial Arts Don l know n better way. Football 1, 25 Track 1, 3, 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Projection Crew 45 jr, Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4. Dolores A. Quinn College Preparatory Artistically inclined jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Sudalitas Latina I5 Art Club l, 2, 3, 45 Classical Club 3, 45 Triadelphian Staff 4. Marilyn Lee Ridgely General Pleasant laughter Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus l, 2, 35 Home liconomics Club 45 'liriadelphinn Staff 35 Triad Stall' 35 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Nature Club 3, 4. o gl sa , l NQXN 29 4..- O lt Zfff' Evelyn Marie Parsons College Preparatory Always in a good humor Y-Teens 3, 4. Madalyn Louise Plants Home Economics Mady Calm and peaceful jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club I, 2, 3. Louis Pracht College Preparatory Louie He-man woman hater Sodalitas Latina 15 Student Coun- cil Assistant 35 Student Council Marshal 45 Attended Wheeliimg High School during Sophomore year. Jo Ann Ruth Reister Commercial Chicken She watches and waits. Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus I, 25 jr. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 45 Sec- retary 3, 4. Warren C. Rodgers General Buck Anybody here seen Malone? Football l, 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Base- ball 45 Swimming Team 45 Varsity Club President 45 Triadclplxian Staff 45 Triad staff 45 Masqucrs 45 Hi-Y 1, 2. CLASS SENIOR Ann L. Roman College Prepara-tory Double exposure Art Club I, 2, 3, 45 Riding Club I: Triadclphian Staff 45 Triad Staff 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 35 jr. Red Cross I. 2, 3, 45 Sodalitas Latina I5 Quill 8: Scroll 4. Dorothy Lee Schank Commercial Dottie The cutest blush jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus I, 2, 35 Secretary to Mr. Cochran 4. Nancy Lee Sharpenberg College Preparatory Nancy Sharp and stylish Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 45 Swimming Club I, 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Sodalitas Latina I. Samuel Bane Shearer College Preparatory Sam Sheer genius Football I, 2, 45 Varsity Club 45 Hi-Y 2, 3g Secretary 4: Student Council 45 Student Council Assis- tant I, 2, 35 Swimming Club I, 2, 45 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 S0- dalitas Latina 15 Track 3, 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 jr. Red Cross Council 2, 3. Morton Sleisinger General Mort Give us some jive, Mort. Football I5 Basketball I, 25 Track 25 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Intra- mural Basketball 1. ibxxxx 30 ,,..- 'Q lt Eff' Sonia Roman College Preparatory W'ell-dressed sophisticate Art Club I, Z, 3. 4: Swimming Club I, 25 Riding Club 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 45 Sodmlitas Latina I. Fred Schuler General Fritz "Knees" makes a hir with Fritz. Raymond E. Sharpsky Industrial Arts Ray A whiz :it dancing Band I, 25 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3. 45 Track 3, 45 lhsltethall I5 Dancemasters 1. Bill Signorelli Industrial Arts Sig jack of all trades Varsity Club 45 Swimming Club 3: Football I, 2, 3. 45 Intramural Bas- ketball 35 jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Assistant Gym Instructor 4. R. Reed Spears General Recd I-le's a Good-one. Iintered as a Senior from Bloom- ington High School, Bloomington, Indiana. Milton J. Subit College l'rep'ar'a'tory Bud New York wonder man Masquerx 45 Spanish Club 45 Swim- ming Club 4. Robert Taucher Industrial Arts Bob Cot ten rabbits yesterday. Williani Samuel Taylor College Preparatory liill Quiet personality Charles Johnathan Todd Industrial Arts Chuck Arivona Kid Attended school .lt Round valsey, Arivona, during ,Iunior year. William Vance Jr. Industrial Arts Bill Finally got my hair to lay Band l, 2, 3, 45 Track 1. 'Qfxx 31 -,Is 0 F iff Etta June Supler College Preparatory Etta She.-'s supler. Sodalitas Latina 15 Nature Club I Z, Vice-President 3, President 4 Classical Club 25 Spanish Club 3 45 Science Club 45 Masquers 4 Student Council Assistant 45 Y Teens l, 2, 3, Cabinet 45 .ln Red Cross I, 2, 3, 45 Jr. lied Cross Council 4. George Taylor College Preparatory Radio repair man Science Club 4. Patricia Thompson General Pat Dark-haired lassie -lr. Red Cross 1. Lee Tolerton College Preparatory Lee Bonita sennrita Spanish Club 3, Vice-President 45 Science Club 3, Treasurer 45 Classi- cal Club 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Triadelphian Staff 35 Entered as a Sophomore from Salem High School, Salem, West Virginia. Dena Lucille Vercellotti College Preparatory Dena. is there anyone finer? Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Econo- mics Club 4. CLASS SENIOR Alma Lucille Walter General lliekey That soldier of mine! Girls' Chorus l: jr. Red Cross I, 7 -, 3, 4. Marvin Wayman General Marv See you in St. Clairsville. jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Sodalitas Latina l: Hi-Y 3, 4: Science Club 4: Track 3: jr. Red Cross Council William B. Wheeler College Preparatory Bill just my llill Sotlalitas l.-lllllil l: l5.isketb.tll l: Intramural Basketball 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Science Club 3, Presi- dent 4: lli-Y 4: Student Council 4: Student Council Assistant 4: jr. Retl Cross l, 2, fl, 4. Doris W. Witsbcrger General Wiitsy llrcvity is the source of "XVits." jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 41 Y-TCCUS 3: Quill SL Scroll 4: Triadelphian Staff 3, 4: Triad Stall' 3, 4: Sec- retary to Mr. Porter 3, 4. Mary jean Wright College Preparatory l5ob's "W'right" for her. Y-Teens I, 3, 4: Classical Club 2, 3. 4: G.A.A. 3, 4: Sodalitas Latina l: Riding Club 2, 3, 4: Swimming Club l, 2, 3, 4. . ibxxxx 32 ,Q o I1 jf! Edith Joyce Walter College Preparatory Edie "Fight, team, light." Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Y'Teens E. 2 3, 4: jr. Red Cross I, 2, J, 4. Ralph M. Wharton General Greek Speedster on icc Track 1.2, 3, 4: Football i, 2, sg .lI'. Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4: lritra- mural Basketball Z. Delia Bennett Wishnew College Preparatory Dee Wtvrds flow from her pen. Science Club 4: Y-Teens 4: jr. Red Cross 4: Classical Club 4: Triadelphian Staff 4: Triad Stall' 4: Quill Bt Scroll 4: Entered as a Senior from Tudor Hall School, lndianapolis, lndiana. Patricia Arm Wood College Preparatory Pat She's nice to know. Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Sodalitas Latina I: Classical Club 3: jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 4, Vice-President 3. Robert Yahrling Industrial Arts Bob Leave my Buick alone. Band l, 2: Jr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Projection Crew 4. Ruth Dolores Zink LIS!-ZY General UB Ruthie Dar k-eyed elunse Ir. SENIOR OFFICERS , -, 3, 45 Lib Counselor 3 ' 1' Y T CLASS Norma Fay Zimmer Richard Yost College Prep.1r.1tory General Norma DICIS Sweet .Ind soft spoksn liver so strong blr, R-1 Alr. Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4. en Cross l 7 r.iry , 4, Swcnce C I 4 eenx l, 2, 3, 4. luv Barbara Jane Zoeckler College P ' ' reparatory y George, sh" Y T L s eine." - eens 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming I -1 Club l, 2, 3, 4g Classical Club 2, Red gross 1, 2, 3' 4: Y-TC,m5 Sudalitas Latina lg G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 2, 3' 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 45 jr. Red C ' ' ross Council 4. Vice-President Bud Nicholson, sittingg Secretary Robert Benner, Treasurer Jeanne Beidler, Presi- dent Richard Litrle, standing. -SX 3 3 SAX in-v-Q4 fff' IUNIOR OFFICERS Vice-President Robert McKarney, President George Andre, Secretary-Treasurer Stewart Bachmann. xxx Sl ! i.- O Q Qff' Ackerman, Tommy Agnew, Bob by r Andre, George X ' SH ' QQ in P fa, Armstrong, Grace icy 'J -3 'A K K A ,NX Arslain, Helen Ann Km i l I, ,X ' if .. A B ,X lf ' i' Atkinson, Betty Bachmann, Stewart . Bailey, -lim ' If . - ' ' Ball, Wand.1 'X V , "di: gi i . ' Baller, Virginia J . ,h,,.. 5 ' I ' ' W 4 L. - l -. Baltz, Helen X Q Barnes, Dave - Baron, Dolores 'Q "3 on .V ' . Barth, Henry if '7' I 'xy Barth, Marvin -- K ' -, I ' Q W 1-f A Y ,H L " L y - of 33- Bauer, David Beaman, Bessie ' Belanger, Tom it N , Bishop, Cynthia 'S Blake, Gerald Q Bolen. N ,muy Boyd, Caroline 'CT' . ,ku Yr A 5: N. Y S 8 , . .rv V Q., N.. F.. Boyd, George i F ' Bright, Betty - K li l - Brown, Bill ,Q K ,, K fl x ,K Burlington, Mary K Bullard, Ruth Ann at :K- llullard, Ted ' Cauubell, Sam iri . Carpenter, Darlene N ' ,. il r' J Caxper, Barham Chinn, john Clark, Charles Clubley, Charles Cohen, Dorothy jenn 414 xt? M ."i 5 . no K fri' t it it ff 1 it , Y .X 5, i k7", in s K -' ,:t., . MQW ' if K, . Cook, Carroll K ,-i. , - if: l ii xiii ' Cook, Robert 4 l -1 is L ' ir,i 3 ' V Cornett, lidward H A it 4 'P 'W' A X "et A ' , Crncraft., Sally ' ".h. ' is ' 'tv tt 3 ti 1 2- E Q A . X i 5 .. - , 3, IUNIOR CLASS NSX S xxx -,--il. aff' . z..,e ,Q , IUNIOR Crow, lililabcrh ' at l Cross, Herman ' I L , Cunninglmm, Mnrjory "cl '..N r rm-ig, Mmrlrir lhvis. Robert I -N.. I I I M , , M, I I , , Dr-Mlm, Norma Dillrcc. Cfarl Q P Q - I Q ,wx Y Dobbs, Alfrcll A. ' I3 t I Q! lk .-1-fj'I, Uudor, W'ilnu 7 1 k' Al 2 Q K Dunn Iohn A . f Sr f '1 lidgull, Ilamcx G ,, Elliott, james I l l , ' ,l ' IJ K , I I, I I Faris, Phil sg may ' -we K V 457 Fur, Ilomnnu ff' 'fi' F: 9' H M: Ferrell, livrlucr , x fr 7 7 Q rr rv, . I L lflouhouw, W'ilal.1 6 WI I ' I Frcylcr, llolorus fr 1 ,ll ' Gnrlius, Buvcrly Q:-2 Q f wo Q' ir Gcll'3"':k"xSFk NI I, I -arm . . u c I . ,N gifs ' I ,Q J I 1 I Comlwin, liuxscll 5 K liorrcll, Ilolm . 2 . Uralmm, Rullm 'v I ' ' iq '4 I K, I' " Grillllll, lfiluull - In, -5 , I ,f- hmm, M.1ruon 5 Keg. .I I A 43. AI " Lfusrkcy. Lois N I Guwtlccy, Lynn ', 7: KI I I . lland, rXlr1lx':1Il.rnrH f- V .. ' 1: llcnlx Clcrrs . - 4.1 , ,E . - . C?' 5 I k..7 ""l' llcmlcrson, B.lfl3.ll'.l S' I 1 lb K 12" v llcrculcs, lidna llcas, Donald A" I .9 llissam, l'l1ylIlS -ICLIII tx ' 1' Holwlirlcll. Bob I -ev X : ,ALI l'l0l1I11.tl1, Iulmcllr- ' , ,L M .,,, v llolhcrl, Clair lloldcrman, Iloycc I I I. Holmes, CliH'ord - l I ' II., Holmes, MaryI Lou I II --Q. , II 'W I V if Horus, Mnrlorn: ix: - A A N , 3 6 "ff 1 fff llorlcr, -loan llnnlcr, Pllyllix llllcnfclal, l'.11'nlyn wlnncw, Valcriu Kalllc, Rl1SL'Ill.ll'l' Q53 ,, I 1. , 'QA aw? 6 ,gl liaxncnick y, M ary Kclxu, .Int . "1 P' lxcrns, llclly' ,ga King, UL-nrgc liniglml, -lim H X., ae! s Q fv- x . X K ii K Mi ? " x 4 ,l ' if linpu, ll.1rry ' Krcgln, uilllllu .- , -' -'M liunnncm, llnlnrcx I Q . if Ap' lane, Marilyn - 1-. .':.' Q 1' U X l llllc, lflllalwlll if X kk l.ivcly, Kallxryn ' , . Lucas, Mary , K , l.ncl1cIli, linlv Q7 , - 'QQ ', 7 9 Lukcns, Ann '-'fx " Marsh, lflcanur v kk . f , 'B' McAdams, jum- Mcifurll, Rutll Ann ,v cf McC,ur4ly, linxc Ann .NM . lllcliarlwy, llnlu 'TJ lvlulicc, llnn ff X ,w.,,yLf. X McN.xsl1, ,pam Mew, Buvcrly 'gl Milan, Maluul - if Mallikl-H, nm a ' M Mull, .lane 5 ny 'vi ll Murphy, l.uis Naunxan, Darlcnu Nuxlur, Marilyn Nolte, Vaughn Y K N15 Norman, "lid" l 2 , . Orr, Alana Ours, ".l.1ckic" l'.n1lclis, Dclorcs 9 Parsons, Sam vs Pavilack, Sidney .gr Q' 'X-.lx 1 1 , gil 'ra . 1 A, x , ,Al ' I x 5' M' if Qi l A Ag. M '25 ,Lv- .-: uh ,V ft 6:3 6 X ' lc AQ, Q J- Eif' , 1.-I "7 is 'Q ali. H V 35 , LA RQ! v J- I CLASS X SX S xxx 37 4- Q f ji! 9 JUNIOR h, V h Yr l I ' rf V if ff f 6, .,,,' ff. A ' ' V- in fa, . 94' ' Q N S g WI A Ag :sly ui- .dtn ? uve X. kk, qs au- 'W Q. sv -ails , zlv ii N - .aw 4 rf 1, I ri: 1 I s Q 'ii , ff kg , A ' M454 ty I .. , My ,1,,' ' 'Q Y Q A- ff 1' Q' : f S LM 'lk fs ll , wr , . X52 .. I I Sv! P I- J ,gp S S '34 f' , 4' :ma - ug' high. .Q -QR 3 8 5, Q Q l aff' Peters, Joanne Peyton, "jim" Porter, Burke Porter, Melvin Posey, Iinis Puskavich, Roscnlarie Quinn, Donna Radoscvic, Donald Ralph, Frances Rapp, Hub Rauscher, George Rcuther, Hob Roberts, Barbara Ruse. Marilyn Runkle, john Russell, Sarah Sampson, Doris Sanzeri, jean Saunders, june Scaros, Bessie Schafer, Andrew Schapcr, Mary Lou Scherich, Bob Seabright, Marjorie Sebolsky, Sonia Settle, Frank Sharp, Gordon I.. Shaw, Louis Sligar, "Dick" Smith, Charles Smith, Gertrude Smith, james Somerville, Bob Spears, Mendel Springer, Zack Sprowls, Geneva Sprowls, Peggy Stern, Phillip Srirr, Sara Supler, Sally Sxvickcrt, Charles 'l'.xllm.m, Riclmrd rlqllicruff, AnlL'l.liJc 'l'lmrnlun, Rolwrm '31 ' 95' 5. ' J 1 it K. Tmlnl, Ulivcl' ' '1' Us ' G.. b f N' 'l'rmul1, Slmirlcy Q, f -. Van llunp, Mary lfllcn . Q I - ,,,, Q Vudro, Ann ' ,Nix ' I P ' Vullumrwclll, Oplmir 5 x .5 Uv Vcrccllnl l i, If mum E ' Q E 1' Vcrxnillinm, l.unis1: Vim.xuxknx, Hclun W.1lkcr, "Sally" Vhllauu, Nclda xxzllkilh, Dolores w'.lX'lIl.lll, Dunn WL-is.nl, Smell.: XX'cis.1l, Wmltur Wen, "jimmy" wi ",' ' " I y W M., , X ..' cn, .ummm l. 'ff Xvlxcclcr, Alamcs Wulndkin, lflimbcllx Ann Yolm, LLHIH N. I l Yulm, hlum' lf. i Y unckc, Shirley Link, Mary l.nu Y , W vw Q : . ,, , llnsgo, CLASS K QNX 3 9 4- Q IQ jf! SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Vice-President Paul Pavilack, Secretary-Trea surer Shannon Haugh, President Robert Birney X X x QR 40 41: Q F SOPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW: Harry Abplanalp, Betty Ankrom, Norma Archbold, Lola Armstrong, Robert Armstrong, Irma Auber, Kerma Baggott. Marguerite Ball, Patty Barker. SECOND ROW: Donald Barney, Williana Btlirens, Emma Lee Bennington, Donna Bey, Robert Birney, Eugenia jeanne Bishop, Patricia Blatt, john Qjackl Blessing, Sharon Bodkin. THIRD ROW: William Boggs, Williaimi Bosley, Peter Boyd, Kathryn Boyer, Ellen Briese, Clara Mae Brindley, Mary Ann Browning, jerry Bruhn, Laura May Bullock. FOURTH ROW: George Bushon, Virginia Buzzard, Ruth Carter, Edward Chops, Libby Clark, Harry Clark, Carolyn Conner, Ruth Ann Cooper. FIFTH ROW: Dorothy Mae Cox, jackie Lee Culver, Loring Dague, j. K. Dailey, Carol jane Davis, Donald Davis, Dorothy Davis, Nancy Day, Charles DePriest. SIXTH ROW: joan Depto, Lael Dillon, Donald Dolencc, Fritz Dorer, Edward Doyle, Phyllis Duval, Mary Lee Edge, Ronald Edge, Pat Edwards. 'SRX 41 6 0 P jf! SOPHOMORE CLASS W v w . if : : a: Am- V ivy, il I xg? .4 A . ' 6 I ' A I ,,,X fi' L eif if :M i fa. , 5 3 l I ,gtj i i i my . f -V ii. . ,Q X5 - i ' 4 9 il t :I 4 H ' 'F I I t i l I l , y -I 'I' 'ra ,3 ,. ...Q Q i : .94 -QL 3-fm: T' . ' ' 'Vi' ,Q H- . 1 'f - ' f - M' Y M WS , , . .t AQ4, . . , , 9? A I L l i V , - . i h rr N..,. P I ' K 'A 7' I 'S FIRST ROVV: Iietty Fikey, Harold Fast, Shirlee Ferguson, Barbara Ferrell, Lloyd Ferrell, Catharine Fiek- inger, Regenia Fisher, Iflsie Fleming, Marlynn Floto. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Forte, Norman Franklin, Harold Frazier, Arthur Garey, Lois Gilson, Larry Good, Ruth Ann Gordon, Lucille Gumm. THIRD ROVV: Dorothy Guy, Mary Hamilton, Shannon Haugh, Tommy Hawkins, Helen Elinor Hcffron, David Helms, joan Higgs, Freda Hixunbaugh, -lean Holman. FOURTH ROW: Ann Hutlell, Waiid:1 Isenberg, Karl Alaeobs, Carl blasko, Dorothy jones, Peggy Kamcnicky, Doris Ann Kelso, Maxine Kent, Bill King. FIFTH ROW: Charles Kirkland, Nancy Sue Knight, Virginia Mae Knollinger, Robert Korn, Ronald Kuhens, Anthony Lenore, Margaret Litt.Ie, Lauretta Lyon, Iiarl Mace. SIXTH ROW: Barbara Maguire, Donnis Main, Shirley Ann May, Bobby Maynard, jane McAdams, -Iohn McCuIIey, Carl McGinnis, George McPherson, julius Meintcl. - SX S sNX 42 C- Q F iff SOPHOMGRE CLASS , ,J .L 'aa .ef K V X 3' e I A K t' - .X 4, is A Z yxwrgi-Q, A f I 4 g Q, 95-we , Qb ,Q R. , 'A K V- 9 :K ' X it x 6 XS- f 3 3 M ' S D , N a v .. It . , M . . ,Av it i Q, Q R S at if-1 S eeei S 1 1? , t . rg, X- " -'S' e. - K . i ' ' 2-mf :" -rg. K. 4 Rift 1 I 1 M 3. 51 S 3 -A?-1 -1 R ' i lfmf A ,if M c. Y 5 l f L i si K iii-ini. QQQQ ii , fs. . 'i i r , aa , O , X-ui ' O ,J 'gg , Q , NB 33? , c 5' A S fx A ,. U I U A J 4 5 , A Ya xl. Q , K. FIRST ROW: Charlotte Mercer, .lack Merinar, Dave Metz, Naney Miller, Shirley Miller, Verona Miner, Anne Moss, Laura Murvin, Nancy Myers. SECOND ROW: Louise Nay, Bobby Newland, Curless New- land, Sara Newland, Loretta Nickerson, Rosella Nickemon, jo Ann Nightengale, Gerald Null, Harold Lee O'Donnell. THIRD ROXV: Susan Paisley, Catherine Pantelis, Paul Pavilack, Nancy jean Pentino, Joanne Phillips, Howard Lee Posin, Marta Prager, Patty Quinn, Richard Reeves. FOURTH ROW: Toni Riser hlr., Vie Rush, Barbara Rutter, Patty Salter, Denny Saunders, Mary Ann Saytor, james Schaaf, Howard Schackelford, Harold Schafer. FIFTH ROXV: Richard Schaner, Fred Schaper, Robert Schauib, Sally lne1 Scott, Donald Shaw, Xvilliam Shaw, Harry Shively, Kenneth Shores, ,lean Snider. SIXTH ROVV: Lois Snyder, Louis Soltew, Charlea Sonneborn, Lois Stewart, Alu Ann Stobart, Karen Louise Stocker, -lay Stock' ing, .loan I.ec Swllar, W'allacc Sulunov. 'Qfxx 43 C' Q 1 fff SOPHOMORE CLASS K"',,,: Tm V V W' 9 4' 1 ..,. -sv -- MN RM X ,Q ,-:A ww r H 'M A A in. ' 3. :T JI ab 5:1 7 13.377 Q 'iwf 'I' A ' 1 If 1 Am l ' A... A 2 I 'abil 1:1 .gf-', 1963 Rn hi' "A fb' 5. E 'Jil -3 ,M X . K+-p-v nf nk f' IX A i vs XXX- ! , Y l' aff MA K 'A W is V "'f-M. 1 G . ,W f-J del l5lRS'l' ROVV: limily Lee Sutton, Charles Taylor, Annu Terck, Ann Tbrup, Mary Ann Il-lilllilldk, Chris- lin.1 Vegms. SECOND ROW: Frances Villee, .lubn Wglllzlce, Ann Walter, Mary W'.1Iton, Helen w,.lfl'CI1 Norma NX"e.1r. THIRD ROW: Donald XVei5s, lfddie XVlurwn, Bobbie Wheeler, Beverly w'iCkl1.ll11, lfllen I. NY'iley, Dolores W'illi.1ms. FOURTH ROW: Bill VVisbnew, Margaret Ann XVitxberger, Libby I.ee Xvund, lli1.1be1I1 Yakubnw, Alice Yates, Cami l.ee Zink. - SX Q .xx 44 el- Q ,Q fff FRESHMAN OFFICERS xQXXx 45 6 O F Vff President Carl Norman, Vice-Prcsidcnt Mary Davis, Secretary-Treasurer Robert Bcnll. FRESHM1-IN CLASS g 1' as k' FIRST ROW: Imogene Anderson, Ruth Andre, Betty jean Atkinson, Shirley Bachmann, Iileanor Bailey, Martha .lane Baird, Shirley Baker, Phyllis Rose Bales, Anna Marie Baller. SECOND ROVV: Bob Ileall. Beverly Beecroft, George Benard, Marion Benner, Ruth Bennett, Clara Mae Bennington, Alice Iiier, Florence Iiiwe, Wiltna Frances Ilitzer. THIRD ROW: Mary .lane Bixler, Rohert Black, Tanis Blake. Donald Ilopp, Iivelyn Bowman, jimmy Iiuswll Bowman, ,Iames Boyd, Sally Ann Boyd, Mary jane Braden. FOURTH ROW: Bob Iireitinger, Alice R. Burris, Barbara Cartmill. Dorothy Cashdollar, Kenneth R. Clevinger, Iiarl Corkran -Ir., Tommy Cotton, Dorothy Craig, Norma Cross. FIFTH ROVV: Ifvelyn Crouse, Don Crow, Alice Lee Dajchak, Mary Davis, George Dawson. jean Gertrude DeGarmo, Nancy Diecltmann, Kearnie Dilinore, Dorothy Dolarynski. SIXTH ROVV: Shirley Drahos, Alice Dunn, Ifranle Paton, Melville Iiaton, I.arry Iibbert, Sue Ann Ifble, Delphia Ifdge, Geraldine Iiikey, Florence Anna Iivanw. SIEVFNTH ROVV: Mervyn Iivans, Ann Farmer, Dick Farrow, Andrew Ferltol, Mary Lou Ferns, Sarah Ann Ifinlt, Doris Fisher, Keith Fox, Marguerite Gellner. EIGHTH ROW: Marie Gittings, Ray Gittings, ,lack Goodwin, Jimmie Gorrcll, Eugene Granditaff, Peggy Green, Cecil Gregory, Mary Margaret Grounds, Mary Lou Haglock. ibxxxx 46 -,Z 'Q F iff FRESHMAN CLASS gf' - . N. ' . Q, t' G ,ef N xg QT., 3' . g , , A tk E Qin . N K e 0 , .E - ,t 1 X 33 QQQQQLQRQ QQ .vy A ' is L .. I ,. 69992 1 Q e X K . , e R., .9 M 41 .735 H , ' , X l"lRS'l' RONV: Sally llaislip, Helen ll. Hall, Curtis Harris, Sylvia Kay Harris, Grace Havrileck, Beverly lleil, Shirley lleldelfer, Donald Henderson, lilvin Hitchcock. SIECOND ROW: lileanor Hixenbaugh, Tiny Holmes, jimmy Huff, Albert Hunter, Alice Huntsman, Dolores Isaly, jay johnson, Joanne johnson, Pat jones. THIRD ROVV: Mary Kaltenbach, jenn Kereltes, Danny Kerns, Bill Kettler, Ruth Kimmins. Bill Kimpel, Barbara Kinney, Robert Kirchner, Tommy Kirker. FOURTH ROVV: ,lean Kiser, Dick Koehler, Dorothy Kota, Nancy Kraus, Myrna Louise Laney, Martha Langrnyer, Gloria Lazarus, Nancy Lease, Patty Lehman. FlFTH ROVV: Megan Lillcr, Beverly Lilley, Maxine Litman, Bea Lucas, Doris ,lean Lucas, john Mahan, Charles Main, Mary Ann Mamakos, Anna Mae Marshall. SIXTH ROW: Betty Ruth Marshall, Leone Martin, Peggy MeClellanid, Janice McCray, Robert Qliobj McNabb, Gordon Meintel, -Io Ann Xlichie, james Myers, .lack Naunmann. Sl-IVIQNTH ROXV: Dona Neidermeyer, Norman Nelson, NX'illiam iliilly Nelson, Aliee Newland, Dolores Newland, Marilyn Nicholas, Carl Norman Richar-.l Olsen, George Ossinan. 'Qxx 47 -1- Q F jf! FRESHMI-IN CLASS 4. ,. A , Hfw giv, .rg , avi haf Y 2. IQIHSE 0, FIRST ROXV: Thomas Paith, Mary Lou Pasco, Ruby Pavilach, Charles Pechivko, Fletcher Persingcr. Thomas Pctry, Iidward Peyton, Mable Philaubaum, Fred Phillips. SECOND ROW: Albert Pict7, Nancy Pinto, Shirley Porter, Terrence Quinn, Harlecn Rauscher, Rex Rawlcy, Barbara Ann Reeves, Theodore C. Reuther, -Ioann Rohlancl. THIRD ROW: Martha jane Ryland, Katheryn Louise Sachw, joseph Sanleri, Ray Scherieh, Iilainc Schilling, Fred Schleicher, Richar-d Scevers, Patty Selvaggi, XValter Senkhcil. FOURTH ROW: Don Sharpenberg, Gloria Simmons. Don Smith, .Ierry Smith, Phyllis ,lean Snyder, Zoe Stewart, Williana Strawn, Nona Styers, Harry Sweeney. FIFTH ROW? Beverly Tallman. Ronald Tarr, Peggy Tcbay, Betty Terrell, Sally Thicroff, Dan Thornburg, Clara jean Thomas, Robert Timbrook, Robert Timmons. SIXTH ROW: james Tobin, james Todd, William Tredway, Hilda Tustin, Patti Ulrich, Shirley Vance, Lois -Ioan Wallace, Larry Walter, Mary Lou Wcishar. SEVENTH ROW: -Ioanne W'ells, ,lean Wliite, Duane Whiteitxan, Bea Wiesner, Bobbie Wilson, Marion XVilson, Ryland Wilson, Frances Xvinchetter, Aloe Winland. EIGHTH ROW: jack Wiseman, Glen Shook, Frnie Zimmerman. TQXX 48 ,1-: 4 F jf! TRIADELPI-IIA I-IIGI-I SCHOOL 4 39 'Q I V X If Mf' - f V PGWWOWS FIRST ROW: Doris lfixher, Peggy McClelland, Mary .lane Iiixlcr, Oliver Todd, jcannc l7icclun.iiin, louis I'l'.lCllI, Patricia Xvood, Sally Iiisli, Susan Hansen SECOND ROXV: Miss Dcsvie Cox, George lXICIxIlCl'NUll, Marilyn I,.1ne, james Sch.1.1f, Nancy llieckmaiin Sam Shearer, Ruth Carter, Richard VIi.llllI1.ll1, .Immune lint, Ilill Wheeler TIIIRD ROVV: .Ioan Ilorter, jack Gammon, Larry Good, Phil llagedorn, .lane Mull STUDENT COUNCIL By Nancy Dil'f'k.lIl!lIIII The organization of the student government, under the helpful guidance of Miss Dessie Cox, continues its work. One of its projects is freshman guidance on the first day of school. Other activities are: campus cleanup campaigns, helping to plan assem- blies during the year, and sponsoring the noon-time jive sessions. It has Thursday afternoon conferences and annual trips to jack- son's Mill. Qxxx 50 fl- 0 F STUDENT COUNCIL ASSISTANTS By NdlIl'vj' Di!'l'kII1dIIlI The assistants of the student government are chosen from study halls by the student marshal, aided by Miss Mary A. Erkine and Miss Dessie Cox. One of their most important duties is to LlCt as hall and locker room guards. Their other duty is to collect admission from the participants at noon dancing. The assistants willingly give their time in helping the Student Council. FIRST ROXV: Kathryn Boyer, Nanty Knight, Ruth Ann McCord, Mary liuflinglon, Leona liolniar, Aloanne Kimmins, Helen Kimmins, Mariory lfalek, Billie .Io Headley, .lean Glauser SFCOND ROXV: l-fini Suplcr, Delores Pantelix, Carolyn Ihlenfcld, Sally Nlihilker, Laura Bullock, Adelaide Tliierotf, Libby Clark, Audrey Hamilton, Marjorie Scabright, jackie Mullarkcy, Miss Cox THIRD ROXV: Charles Todd, jim lilliott, Bob Luchetti, Howard Nay, Donald jones, Dale Hoffman, Alfred Dobbs, Kaye Mniilurnphy, George King QNXX S1 is- Q F jf! SliNlUll Yfl'l'l7N9 allil lllc Calwinct-A-ROVV ONE: Marinric Sual1ripgl1t,l'l1ylliv Bacllnlann, litta Suplcr, Auilrcv llanlillon, Farol llixlcr, Narlxa Kcllrr, Arilvn King, lcannc Ili.-iknlalln, .lcannc llciillcr, l'a:sy lfllwarclx, farolyn fonncr, ,loan llnrtcr, Marilyn I,anv RUXX IXKU: Karol .Ivan llonar, Nancy llarlxcr, Mary plane Millcr, Rully Uittingw. .loan Daxix, Uclla Cioolllln. Nami' lluruur. Vcgigl' llulllg.ll'ilni-l, Illia l7allax. lollaluc Kin-i-ll, .Xnna li-c lllinall lloxx' 'l'llRll': llulcn lm-il. Doris Kang, .lean llavil, x'l.-,lim ciiipi, Roscruary Kigur, lllmlla .vxlkl-nmii. l....ayl- xllltamlcll, ,l.l.......- lQ......l..-X. llfll-.i l..-.ll lxllnimm, lfxrlln l'arxonx, ,Ioan llallcy. Nancy laswiw. ,larlxic llaught, lflva llanil, lltcly Ilonakcr. I'al Wood, ,Il-anno lcc KUXY l-Ol'R: lcv: 'l'oll'l'lon, lillrn Monroe, liillic ,lo llcailluv, lialiv W'alll'rx, .loan Horus, fiorncal llullcr. Margarrl farlcr. l',ll Umvny, llololcx -loin-s, Knlll Xloolr. l'.ll Xnnoll, Alanc lllllcr, llorolllv Atkinson, l.oix Cecil. l,aV:luglln Maryllall, llurilclla Marxllall, l'al Cawl' Ilalcx, Marilln lluliglli-l. Nollna Ylnnllrr RUXX llYl: Nami lflvll-, lcona llrlinar, linlll link, Sally lisll. Suu Hansen, Dolorcx Quinn, llorollly Scllank, llvna Ywccllolll, Nami' lllanllnvr. yluan lil.llm-r Klarilin llolgaril, llarlvara Alllurs, Nanci Kniglll, Marilyn Riclguly, Marilyn Marsllzlll, Tllclnla Blanc, llorollll' llakvr, lk-lla XXlxlllu-u. ll.il'll.lr.l linvlon. Ilclun Kiwi' lloxx' six: alan aaa. l,. lwlmlil,-, lwggy lylllci, joan lm,-i..nl, liarlwara ziwfllvl, llc Davis, Rial. ll.lll-l-lui. xiii-ll xii-cl. lm qlilillml. kill- lin...-.l. lim- Mii auxlaml, ,lancl Mciilcllalld, Marjorie l.auc, Barbara llizl, Nancy Sllarpcnluurg, Pugc Lornwcll. Nanci lov, Mary juan XX rlglll, Carol ,lol lui-is. Xliu Mail Winn-li Il Yltlll Y-'l'l'.l-,NN -llllS'l' RUXV: Marv lfllcn Van ialnp, Mary llllllinglon, llclorus Pantclis, Sarall Russell, llulll .Xnn Xllkord, Mariolic llallx, llonna Quinn, liulll Ann llullalil, lwlllrr l'i'l'l'cll, .l.nkil:iUilrx, illirlcy Yunclw, Sllirluy Troscll, lhrlcnc farpcnlcr. l.oix Murpllx' SHUNIT RUXX: Iynlllia lllxliop, Mary Kalllcnicky, Gerry llvaly, Uorullly livrllarlll, llolorcs Kunlnlcrs. Marion Grow, Roxy .Kun alll urili. llona XXalulall. Mary I-in ll--If---W. S.:--.1 Sou. ,low M--ll. h1.il-l-me slaliriglil, Marilyn lam, ,loan llorlcr, Norm.. lmlim, llarllara -lm. lllmll-ll.-ll. Mari ln.. fall Y llllllll now: .lane off, soil.. Wuiial, lla-0 s.-...lilo-i, l-Liam Xercelloui, lm..l-.ally lui.. ct-limi, llclty lxflgllf, wall.. ll.,..li..i.w, Sally s..,.i.-,-, limi. ig,-,.l..,.,., llrxwiv ll.li..l..,i, lilmllclli cf.-li, lsiflim cm-fly, Mail.. llill, Nclila Wallace, llirlim lllil-mi, Ann Vcilro, .lean slam-i, cal-limit lim, xlmi..-.U l.......nglu..l. Dol Milliken, llclcn Ann Arslain, Vauglm Nolan lUUK'l'll ROW: Mary Lucas, Rosemarie Pnskavicll, ,loannc Pulcrs, Marilyn Rosc, lilcanor Marall, Ann Lulicns, Charlene Evcrcll, Vall-ric joncs, larii Guxlkey, lynn Guslkcv, fivrlrullc Smilll, Beverly Men, l.rluiSa Vermillion, Shirley Lehman, Rolwrta Thornlon, Dolores lircylcr, Doris Sampson, -lean N, Yollo, Isalwllc Hollman. lunc lf. Yollo, l'llyllis jean lliixaln, Belly Kurm i l5ll3'l'll ROW: Joyce lloldcrnlall. Joanne lfasr, Lois loscy, Sally Cracraft, Rosemary Kalllc, Phyllis Hunlcr, Betty Jo Form, Peggy Sprowls, june McAdams, Caro- lyn lhlcnlcld, Sally Walker, Allclaidc Tlaicrolf, Dolores Watkins, Nancy Bolcn, Caroline Boyd, Elizabeth Ann Wolodkin, lilizabclh Lilllc, Marjorie liurcs SUPIIUMURIC Y-'l'l2l5NS--FIRST ROXV: Freda lliwenbaugh, Jo Ann Mirhie, Dorothy Forte, Inuretta Lyon, Carol Zink, Nancy Miller, Maxine Kent, Margaret lillle, Shirley Miller, llarlmra l'errell, lleleu llellrun, Marlynn l'loto, l.ois Snytler, jo Ann Nighlengale, Dol jones, Virginia Knollinger SFVUNIJ ROW: C.uh.u'ine liekingrr, Dorurln' Lux, Mary l.ee lidge, Ruth Ann Cooper, Susan Paisley, Patty Quinn, liranccs Villee, Kathryn Boyer, Nancy Sue knight, lillcn llri.-xc, Ann llnilel. Slmnmm llaugh, Virginia liuvvard, Catherine Pantelix, Doris Kelw, Shirley lfergmon lllllill ROXV: l'egp.:V K-"'W"lVlQ'. lilurlnlre Nlereer, L l.lr.i -lean 'I'lmnms, limily Sutton, jackie Culver, Ann Throp, -Ioan Higgs, Wlanda lsenlierg,Al.i1Cillv: Ciumm. MUN "UI" 'l44"N""llK- .l"-U' xml'-"H ,lv-'H glllllff- ll"""ll'!' Diwlx- .llllw McAdams, llarlura Rutter, lleierly' XViclxham, Lois Stewart, Nancy hlyvrx, llclen Warren lUl'Ii'l'lI ROW: I'.iiiy Salter, Nlarx' Ilrmxmng. Sally Senu, l5.irbur.i Maguire. Parry Barker, Donna liey, Ruth farmer, Donniy Main, Shirley May, l.oiN Gilman, ,Int .-Xin: Smharx, K.1run Sun-Iwr, tar.-I l7.uis, Marguerire Ball, Phyllis Duvall, jeannu llielmp, Carolyn Conner, Ruth Ann Gordon, Anne Mlm. laura Muryin, Palsy li nan s. IJRICSHMAN Y-'l'liliNSfROW UNF: Wilma Iiirver, Peggy Tchay, Mary Ann Mamakos, Beverly Beecrofr, Grace Havrileck, Maxine Pitman, Joanne Wells, Mary Inu Wcixhar, Shirley Vance. lluih lienneu, Shirley liaehmann, Dorothy Caslidollar, Frances Wincliesrer, jean White ROW TWO: Anna Marie lhller. l,niv Wallace. Ruth Amlre, lleuy Atkinson, joann Rohlanil, Nancy Pinto, Barbara Kinney, Jean Kiscr, Nona Slyers, Florence Iliw, Gloria l,.i1.iruv, Sylvia Kay llarrix, Mary lou lferns, Dornrliy Kota, Sarah Pink ROW 'l'llRli.liz .Iauiec Mefrzly, llnhhic Wilson, Marion Benner, Martha liaird, Nancy Dieclunann, Ann lfarnwr, Paui Selvaggi, Sue Ann lihle, llarleen Rauscher, In-.1 Wm-m.m, Shirley lh-alms, Ninev lease, .lean Kerekes, Beverly 'I'allm.in, Parry Imlinwn. Alive Dunn, Bevvrly Hvil, Miwi Ryland, Nnnvy Kraus. Zoe Slcwlfl ROW POUR: lloris lfiseher, Pan: Uliieh, Shirley lleldctfer, Mary .lane liixler, Tanis Blake, Peggy Green, Mary Davis, Patty jones, Marie Gizlings, Imogene Aliileiwuii, llea I.ue.n, lileauor llixenhaugli, Megan 1.ilIer, Peggy McClelland, Sally Haislip, Sally Thieroff, Sally Ann Boyd, Marion Wilson, Phyllix Snyder, Beverly Lilley, Myrna l..lney By Narka L. Keller The Y-Teens, a junior branch of the Y. W. C. A., strives to unite its members in fellowship and fun. This club, composed of 343 members, with a cabinet of 13, presents programs of Varied interest twice a month throughout the year. o MASQUERS AND THESPIANS By Arzffn King and Arflmr Levin Masquers strive to further dramatics in the school. Under the direction of Miss Mary A. Erskine, the Masquers stage many one-act plays and one three-act play. The officers are: Arthur Levin, Audrey Hamilton, and Arden King. To become a Thespian is the highest dramatic honor a high school student can receive. A student must accumulate ten points. These points represent one hundred hours of dramatic work. The officers are: Arden King, Jack Amato, Jeanne Dieckmann, and Carol Kreis. FIRST ROW: Dorothy Milliken and Thcspians: Art Levin, -Icnnnc Dicckmnnn, Arden King, Audrey Hamilton, Carol joy Krcis, Narkri Keller, jack Amato, Miss Mary A. lfrskinc SECOND ROW: Donna Quinn, Joyce Holdcrman, Carolyn Ihlcnfcld, ,lcannc licidlcr. l,cc Davis, l"u.i Suplur, Helen Kiscr, Barbara linelow, Carol jean Bonar. THIRD RONV: Bud Nicholson, Howard Nay, Bud Subir, Phil Hugcdorn, Warrcii Rodgers, Marvin Birth Joe Kelso, Mendel Spears Qfxx 54 4 0 ll jf! HI -Y By Howard Nay The Hi-Y is a national organization sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. This club has sponsored two dances and has donated to the "World Youth Fundv and the Civitan Club. The members have worked in concession stands during football and basketball games to raise the needed money. In April, the members took their annual trip to the State Conference at Beckley, West Virginia. A. B. Sten er is the s onsor, and the oflicers are: Howard g P Na , resident, Mendel S ears, vice- resident, Don Fischer, treas- Y P P P urerg Sam Shearer, secretar g Tom McCarroll, ser eant-at-arms. Y g FIRST ROW: Iidwin Nicholson, Don Hardcsty, jack Amato, T. J. Murvin, Eddie Friedrichs, Howard Nay, Sam Shearer, Don Fisher, Tommy McCarroll, Don Matthews, Dale Hoffman SECOND ROW: Clifton Noble, Eddie Humphrey, Marvin Wny'i11.ii1, Bill Wheeler, Bob Ynhrling, Robert Benner, Mendel Spears, jack Gammon, A. B. Stcngcr THIRD ROW: Bob Schcrich, Bob Agnew, jerry Bruhn, Bob McKarney, Phil Faris, Stewart Bachmann, Oliver Todd Qtxx 5 5 ft.: Q F jf! FIRST ROXV: Nancy lihle, Mary liuH:lni:ton, B.irhar.i Roberts, Nelda NV.1ll.1ce, Sliirlcy Xlillur. Xlyrni laincy, Sue lxhlc, llevcrly XXlclxli.1n1. Nancy' Miller, laurella l.yon SliClONl3 ROXV: llorolliy llalier, llarry 1Xhpl.1n.ilp, Nancy Iliilt-n, Sydney l'.ixil.icli, Narlia Keller, luis Ciilson, lim Krcglo, llcnrx' liartli, lion liischcr, Charles Clluhley, .Iolin liunlilc, .lim lixans. ,Ioannc linnmiim Klary l.ou link, pianist ORCHESTRA By Narku Kr'1li'r Triadelphiffs concert orchestra, under Mr. Ceo's direction, meets as a regular academic class five times a week. The orchestra visits various grade schools during the year to help develop music appreciation. Concerts are presented at intervals throughout the year. In February the orchestra took part in the radio program "Youth and Musicf, This year, works of various composers were presented in the form of symphonies, suites, overtures, operatic selections, and miscellaneous music. X xxx 56 4- Q F jf! BAND By Narku Keller Triadelphia's Band, directed by Mr. Ceo, is an all-boys, marching band. During marching season, the band takes part in all parades, appears at all football games, and presents musical shows at half-time. In concert season, the band is augmented by girls. In spring, the band takes part in the annual band tourna- ment at Moundsville. March music and popular selections highlight marching sea- son. In concert season, the band plays symphonies, overtures, operatic selections, and miscellaneous music. FIRST ROXV: Ophir Vellenowerh, Iidward Gziuglian, Richard Reeves, Nancy llolen, Sue Ann lfble, Fritz llorer, Harry Abplanalp, Dorothy Baker SECOND ROXV: Paul Pavilack, Loring Uague, Beverly Nxfickham, Myrna Laney, june Saunders, I.ois Clilson, Paul Michel, james Kreglo, Lauretta Lyon, Robert Gross, Narka Keller, Sidney Pavilack TIIIRD ROWY Clarence Hopkins, Malcolm Hess, james Fischer, Robert Rogerson, Robert Timibrook, Harry Kreglo, Henry Barth, Robert Day, Richard Koehler, james Huif FOURTH ROXV: Danny Kerns, Donald Smith, Robert Pollack, Dave Mew, Don Fischer, .lay Stocking. Sannny Farmer, Robert Kirchner, Williaiiii Eaton, Willinliii King, james Bailey, Charles Clubley, Dan 'l'hornburg. FIFTII ROXV: Francis NVood, james Marvin, Vifilliam Vance, john Runkle, Donald jones, Joanne Kinnnins, Robert Luchetti, Frank lfalon, Melville Iiaton, Tommy Kirker, lilvin Hitchcock, -Iames Iivans, Dale lSt-eeroft, Kenneth Voorhees ibxxxx S7 ,E Ie lax. jf! IIIKSI KOXX: Ixlllhl Marie liallcr, Mary hl.ll'g.lI'L'I Cvroumls, .loan Nlllilllt, llnrolhy lwrrlc, ll.u'li.u'.l liven' llrlrn ll.1ll. Shirley Harris, lJ1.lI'lLll'.l Cfirimill, -lean Xvllile Sl'C'UNlJ RUXV: Peggy Mciili'll.1ml, Marie iiiirings, Nancy lllt'L'lQIH.lI1I1, Mary -lane llINlk'l', l'.i1lx Sclxyiggi, xl.ll'lll.l llairil, glean Kerclws, Clirgi Mae Bennington, .Io Ann Wells, Ili-.mor lisilcy. lon Snnlcl, 4'i'ncv.1 Sprowlx 'HIIRIJ RUXY: l'.illy Alilricli, lhzris l:lSllCI', Mary lou Pnxco, Hilcln 'liLlNlll!, Bobby XY1ls.rn. 'lfinnix lllalav. llnih liunnuil, Phyllis Sliyalur, llnlorus lmxly, Marilyn Nichols, Nancy Pinto, ll.lI'lW.lI'.l Kinnux FIRST-YEAR CHORUS The First-Year Chorus rehearses one period per week. Mem- bership is open to any high school girl. To sing and to enjoy beautiful music is the main purpose of this organization. ibxxxx S8 ,fn xv 141. Qff SECOND-YEAR CHORUS The Second-Year Chorus rehearses two periods per week with membership open to any girl who has had at least one year of high school chorus. Not only does this organization provide music experience during school days, but its members are afliliated with ten church choirs in the community. Public appearances during the year included: high school assembly programs, the annual spring choral concert, St. Mark's Lutheran Church Congregational Meeting, and Wheeling High School assembly. VIRST ROXV: l:Nll1CI' lierrcll, Ann l.ukcnx, Dona XY'ayi1i.1l1, Mary l.on llolnicx, l'c,iLc C'ornwull, Marion Nixon, Ann XV.!lIL'l', Catherine l'anu-lis Sl"ClONll RUNV: Margarrt wvllYl3L'I'gL'l', Bcity Hnnakcr, Marjoriu Davis, Donna Quinn, Mary Alanu Miller, .lacqnclinc Uurx, liarbara licrrrll, lircila llixunbaugli, Mary l.cc lidgc, Virginia Ann Baller 'l'IllRlJ RUXY: kiuneva Sprnwls, ilnannv liasl, Isabelle llolinian, Dnroiliy Cox, Ruse Ann Mcliurdy. lllcn l'n'icw, lnix Sxcwari, Dnroihy hlnnus, Virginia Knollingur, Bessie Bcanian, Ruth Grali.nn, l'li1absili Cross liUUR'l4ll RUXV: luis l'nsry, Qiliarlottc Mercer, Caroline Boyd, Nanci' lrwis, Valerie ,Ii'nus, Mary Brown ing, Dona lk-y, Nnrnia XY'car, Anna Mae Marshall, Dolores Frcylcr, Marjory C'nnninghain, ,lean -lnnkinw, lirlly' Ailiinsnn lfIlf"l'll ROXV: Nancy liarkcr, Stella Vfcisal, lfmnia l.cc Bunninginn. ,lean illlmmas, Nancy Knight, Andrey llaniillon, iilara ililinniax, liranccx Ralph, l,aura Murvin, Marjorie llizrci, Sally Scum, Marilyn lane Qxxx 59 ii- Q ,Q jf! Miss Sarah lf. NX'l1ile, Marilyn llergncr, Nancy Dicckmann, .Ioan Bailey, lflcanor Marsh, Diwollw Lolicn, Pat Annon, Pat Lasey Bates, jackie Culver, Norma Zimmer LIBRARY COUNSELORS By Pat Casey Bates The purpose of the Library Counselors is to assist both stu- dents and teachers in a worthwhile and intelligent use of the library. A few of their various duties are straightening shelves, mending, filing, and checking books in and out. Each counselor gives from three to five hours of time a Week to this Work and must maintain satisfactory grades in her school Work. Besides rendering important service to the student body and faculty, these counselors are gaining experience which will be very valuable to them in the future. W S 'xxx 60 4- Q P iyff llRS'li ROW: james Schull, Robert liirncy, Shirley May, Ruth Ann Cooper, Karen Stocker, Sally Fish larry kiuml, Norinan liranklin SIVCONII RUXV: Arden King, Lee iliolcrion, Catlicrimg hicliingcr, lJonn.1 Hey, fi.llllCl'lIlC ll.ll1lL'llN, .Ioan llorler, .Ic.1nne lieitllcr, Helen Kixur, Ann lllll7Cll, Shirlee l'iCl'gllN47I'l, X irginia lllllldlll, Susan Paisley, l,ihhy lilarlx, llulia XX'lNlll1L'W 'l'lllRl3 ROW: Miss l.wc.ir, Philip llaguilnrn, l,.llll'.l Bullock. Mary lou Zinlt, Nancy l.hlc, N.ll'h.l Keller, Altzinnc lice, Uonna Quinn, ,Iune Mc1X4l.1l1is, Delores Panlelix. -loycc llnlrlernian, Sue ll.n1wn, l.cnn.1 lw lunar, -lohn XY'.lll.1cu l'UUliilill RUXY: Marilyn h1.lI'Kll.lll. Nlnrilyn liurgncr, -leannc llicclxxnann, Nlarjnriu Scahrigln, Ilona XY.lyni.ln, .lane Mull, Palsy lxdwarals, Shannon llnugh, Sally cil'.lCl'.llil, liux:in,iry Kalllu. Beverly Mew. liruisa Vermillion, Mary Qlcan XVrigl1x, ,lean lil.1uscr, Valerie jones, Dolores Quinn, l"r.1nccs Villcc, Ruth Carter CLASSICAL CLUB By jranm' Bviiflw' Toga-draped initiates cleaning statues of Cicero, Caesar, and Virgil-Christmas Caroling in Latin-study of Roman games, schools, and Weddings-eating without silverware at the Roman banquet-these were some of the Classical Clulis activi- ties in 1947-1948. This organization, sponsored by Miss Audrey Lazear, had 54 members from second-year and advanced Latin Classes. Officers for the year were: Jeanne Beidler, president, Joan Horter, vice-president, Helen Kiser, secretary-treasurer. N SX S xxx 61 -,:: Q 141. vff v FIRST ROVV: Pat Casey Bates. Charles Swiekert, Dorothy Baker, Marjorie Seahright, Richard little, lee Tolerlon, Helen Kiser, Audrey Ilamilton, Don McKee, Carol joy Kreis, Marty Meek, Bill W'heeler, Nhry lillen Van Cnnp SIQCUND ROXV: Miss Margaret Moore, Ruth Bullard, Pegc Cornwell, ,lane lhTCC.IllSlJI1Ll, -Ianet MeC'lell.intl. li.Il'l7.lI'.l Iinelow, Zack Springer, Milton Subit, Sidney Pavilack, Leona Folmar, -Ioanne Kimmins, ,Ieanne Fee, liarhnrn Hitt, Marilyn Marshall 'HIIRD ROXV: Sally Fish, Mary BuH'ingmn, Ann Lul-tens, -lane Mull, Sue Hansen, Arden King, Nancy I-lhle, Nnrkn Keller, Carol llixlcr, litm Supler, Barbara Zoeckler, lileannr Marsh, Peggy Lydiek, 'l'helin.i Blanc, llarbnrn Albers EL CLUB ESPANOL B-y Ilvlm Kiser The Spanish Club was organized to promote interest in the customs and language of our South American neighbors. Keeping this in mind, the members spoke Spanish at meetings conducted by Helen Kiser, president. The minutes were written in Spanish by Audrey Hamilton, secretary-treasurer. Lee Toler- ton was vice-president. The club celebrated Christmas by breaking the Pinata, an old Spanish custom. In the spring, Spanish folk dances and a banquet were held. ibxxx 62 ,Cn Q f jf! ROW' ONIQ: Robert ll. Porter, .Ieanne Beidler, Lee Davis, Whirren Rodgers, Beverly Mew, -Ieanne Dieekmann, Doris Witsberger, George McPherson ROW TWO: Phyllis llaehmann, Ann Vedro, Peggy lvlcillelland, Delia liarbara Albers, Dolores jones, Phyllis Hunter, Jeanne Fee. Sue Hansen, Marilyn Darlene Carpenter ROW' Tl'IRlili: Richard Tallman, Nona Styers, Sara Fink, Dorothy Bloomfield, liey. Susan Paisley, Alice Dunn, Anne Throp, Marilyn Bogarid, Dolores Quinn, Riser, Carol .lean Bonar, Fred Phillips ROW! FOUR: Fritz Dorer, james Evans, Phil Stern, james Sehaaf, Carl Andrew Schafer, Iidward Gauglian, Larry Good, Eddie Corner: Russell B. Goodwin slr., W' islinew, Dorm li y Cohen, M.1rsh.ilI, ,I une McAdams, Anna Marie Baller. Dona Ruth Ann Bullard, .lean McGinnis, Bob Agnew, TRIAD AND TRIADELPHIAN By Ivanm' Beizllcr From headline to deadline, these Triad journalists knew the headaches, trials, and inspirations of editing a paper every three weeks and a yearbook. Triad and Triadelphian staffs were comprised of the two Journalism Classes and volunteers who previously or were skilled in some journalistic Held. took journalism Backbone of both staffs was Robert H. Porter, staff adviser. Staff editors included: Jeanne Dieckmann, art editor, Beverly Metz, advertising manager, Phyllis Bachmann, bookkeeperg "Rusty" Goodwin and George McPherson, photographers, Jeanne Beidler, editor. NQRX 63 ,:- Q F. IUNIOR TOWN MEETING OF THE AIR By D011 Mr'Kz'v Should the veto power be abolished in the Security Council? That was the question Pat Casey Bates, Sally Fish, Narka Keller, and Don McKee tried to decide on Triadelphia's Junior Town Meeting of the Air broadcast. Assisted by Dean Dale Ross and Dean J. W. Cochran, with some help from Miss Mary A. Erskine, these Triad students broad- cast on November 4, 1947, a program that lasted one-half hour. Sponsored by Cglebay Institute and assisted by Bethany C01- lege, the Junior Town Meeting broadcasts featured 26 schools. I'.u, C. 1 ll. , ll NI lx , A I lx in P f I Hugh Bchymcr, Iicllmny Coll 3, NI It lx II -Inch ci.lI1lIl'lUl1, Sally Iiisll -QXNX X S 64 il- Q ll. jf! QUILL AND SCROLL By jeamzc Beirller Quill and Scroll, an international honorary society, is com- posed of juniors and seniors who have done outstanding work in some phase of journalism. To be eligible for membership, a stu- dent must be recommended by the journalism instructor and approved by national headquarters. Triadelphia's chapter of Quill and Scroll was named for Miss Mary A. Hervey. Nineteen Triads belong to this organization. Membership in this organization is the highest honor that is open to high school journalists. New members were admitted in March. FIRST ROXV: Ann Vedro, Dorothy liclxols, Carol jenn Bonnr, Ruth Ann Bullard, Jeanne Beidler, Ann Roman, -Iennne Fee, Marilyn Marshall, Susan Hansen SECOND ROXY: B.lI'l3Ill'.l Albers, Jeanne Dieekmann, Doris NVitsbergcr, Richard Tnllnmn, Russell Good- win, XVnrren Rodgers, Beverly Metz, June McAdams, Delia w'lSllllCV', Robert H. Porter KQXNX 65 4- Q F FIRST ROXV: .lean lfvans, Margaret Mirandy, Beverly rl-'.lllI1L'lI1, Gertrude Smith, Gerry Healy, -Ierry Kummers, Marjorie Davis, Helen Gene Kimniins, Helen Hall, -ln.in llnres SIQCOND ROVV: Helen Mcllenry, Barbara Cartniill, -Ioan lhiley, Miss Dunlap, l'le.innr Clark, lhllll Salter, Libby W'ood THIRD ROVV: Mary Lee Edge, Marilyn M.n'shall, Marilyn Ridgely, lJen.i Vereelloxii, lSur.leii.i Nl.irsli.ill, Billie jo Headley, Barbara Ferrell FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA B y Dolores K1lIlllII!'l'.Y The Future I-Iomcmakers of America is the national organi- zation for girls studying home economics in high school. The motto, "Toward New Horizons," expresses the purpose of the organization-learning to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families may be better tomorrow. Our Club packed gifts for the World Christmas Festival, gave a tea for the Wheeling High School Club, and devoted meetings to good grooming, personality, careers, and teen-age problems. C KXQEXX 66 .fr Q IAQ. fff ARTQICLUB By Margaret Carter The Art Club was organized for the purpose of discovering and developing the artistic talents of students. The club initiated 10 new members, selected for their artistic abilities. During the year, clever posters and decorations for school activities were designed by the club members. The new club sponsor was Miss Katherine Barnard. Officers for the year included: Margaret Carter, presidentg Joyce Holder- man, vice-presidentg Marjorie Laue, secretary-treasurer. FIRST ROXV: .Ioyce lloldernian, Margaret Carter, Marjorie Lane SECOND ROXV: Dona W'ayman, Peggy Sprowls, june McAdams, Joanne Peters, Lynn Gustkey, Sally Clraerafi, Lois Gustkey, Louise McConnell, w7Lll1Ll1l Ball Tlllllli ROXV: Sonia Roman, planet McClelland, Sharon Bodkin, joan Hores, Ann Farmer, Ruth Cooper, liulsbie XVilson, .Ieannc llieckmann l"OUR'l'll ROXY: I,ee Davis, Nancy Loy, Carol joy Kreis, Helen Kisser, Arden King, Sally Haivlip, Nancy Kraus, Miss Katherine l". Barnard N x QQXX 67 C- Q IQ. FIRST ROW: Dorothy Baker, jeanne Beidler, Tanis Blake, Arden King, Laura Murvin, Helen Warren, Carol joy Kreis, Billy jo Headley SECOND ROW: Megan Liller, Helen Kiser, Dolores jones, Fritz Dorcr, Bob Birney, littn Supler, Carol Bixler, Marilyn Marshall, Jane Mull, Dorothy Cohen, Sue Hansen THIRD ROXV: Marjory Cunningham. Donn Wayman, Nancy Knight, Marilyn Ridgely, Dorothy Davis, Margaret Little, Rose Ann McCurdy, Dolores Watkins, Jacqueline Haught, Alma I'l.1nd, Peggy Me- Clelland, Mary .lane Bixlcr, Jean Kiser, Ruth Ann Bullard FOURTH ROW: -I. C. Bullard, ,lean junkins, Pege Cornwell, Corneal Butler, Marilyn Lane, ,lean Glnuser, joan Horter, jackie Culver, June McAdams, Sally Supler, Barbara Albers, Roberta Thornton, Charlene liverctt, Mary Burlington, Ann Lukens, june McAdams, Cynthia Bishop, Marjorie Seabright, Alice Dunn NATURE CLUB By Etta Supler Members of the Nature Club strive to enlarge their wisdom of the things which surround them and to beautify their existence. The meetings, held every first and third Monday, are planned by Ann Lukens, program chairman. The sponsor is J. C. Bullard, Biology instructor, Who is always ready and willing to assist club members. Officers for this year included the following: Etta Supler, presidentg Marilyn Marshall, vice-presidentg Carol Bixler, secre- taryg Jane Mull, treasurer. fSX S xx 68 ,L all iff RIDING CLUB By flcfvlzlirfr' Tfrivrnjf Following tryouts for the Riding Club this year, eleven new members were added to the nine old members. Through the winter months, meetings were held twice a month so that the members might further their knowledge of riding. W'hen the weather permitted, members met at Oglebay Park for rides. A minimum of ten rides was required for each member. The oilicers included: Adelaide Thieroff, presidentg Sally liish, vice-presidentg Sally Wtilker, secretary-treasurer. These officers were supported by Miss Mary Howley and Miss Iilinor Nally, sponsors. FIRST ROXV: Miss Nilly, llclcn Ann Arvlain, Vanglin Nolte, B.ll'lU.lI'Ll Albers, janet McClelland, Katliryn ll.im'oels, Ailelaide 'l'l1ierotl', Sally liish, Phyllis l,UY.ll, Miss llowley SIQCUNIJ ROXV: Robert.: lliormon, Ann Roman. Anne Moss, .lane iYlCfl.lllSl.ll1Ll, Gertrude Smith, Silly f'l'.'lCl'.lliI, Sillv XY'.illwr, l.llll'.l Nlurvin, Mary -lean Wfriglit, Ruse Ann Mefnrdy, Nancy llolen -QXN 69 6 Q F HRST RONV: Mary l,cu If4.lge, Anne Moss, Catharine lfickingcr, Sue Hansen, Della lioodini, Carol ,It-.in li-rn.1r, lfua Suplur, l'i.1rb.1r.i Zoecklcr, ,loan Horror, Miss i'il3CI'l SLCONIJ ROW: Marvin liarth, Mary Margaret Grounds, lilimluclli Cross, Dot Milliken. Nelda XY'.ill.icu. Nancy lable, Carol liixler, Nancy -lane Knight, Helen Gene Kiinniins, Libby Clark, Patty Owens, Dnnalil Xveiss THIRD RONV: Phyllis Snyder. Marjorie Scabright, Nancy lliecknmnn, Mary' -lane liixlcr. Uphir Vcllcnn- wulli, Richard Reeves, lion Mcliec, Nancy Kraus, PM jones, Sally Tliierntf IUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL By Carol lean Bomlr No, the Jr. Red Cross Council is not all bandages and Mer- curochrome! Talent assemblies, cake walks, gifts to needy families- these are among the many activities of the Jr. Red Cross Council. This year, every student at Triadelphia is enrolled as a mem- ber of the Jr. Red Cross, however, in order to become a member of the Council, one must be elected by his home room. In turn, he represents and acts in his group's interest. The Council is under the supervision of Miss Catherine Ebert, and officers include: Della Goodim, president, Uphir Vel- lenoweth, vice-president, Carol Jean Bonar, secretary, Susan Hansen, treasurer. CQTNX 70 4- O F iff CAMERA CLUB By Gworgi' IlI1'l'f1i'i'x01l Triadelphia's newest organization is the Camera Club. The purpose of the elub is to give praetieal experience in photography and to provide "snaps" of eampus life for "The Triad." All students are eligible for membership. The highlights of the year included the organization meeting, the eleetion of oliieers, and numerous field trips. The ofiieers for the year were: George McPherson, presidentg Rita Dallas, viee-presidentg Bessie Beaman, seeretaryg Sara Stitt, treasu rer. lillisl RUNY: lfreil Phillips, vll'lLQlI'Il.l l'm117l.i1'd, Riu Ihllas, Peggy Sprowlx, Bessie l5e.1n1.1n, l'li1.1l1ell1 ivoss, Xl.11lo1'1e 5C.llWl'lj.1lIl, loix XX.1ll.1t'e, I'I"liL' l1111nie1'n1.1n SIVONIJ ROXY: il'e1'1'x Quinn, Sally' Wupler, Sally 'XY'.1lliei', Helly Bright, Bobbie l.ee Xvilson. Nelda XX.1ll.1ee, b.lI'.l Sturt, l'.il11 Seliaggi, Cveorge Mel'l1e1'son ilillllill RONY: .Xnn Tlirop. lit-111' -lo lierns, Ann Ronian, Doris XVilsherger, l3.1rb.1r.1 Maguire, l'llen lll'iL'xt', Xllly Stoll Qxxx 71 ni..- Q l. aff' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY By Rirlmrfl Lifflr National Honor Society members are chosen from juniors and seniors on the basis of four cardinal points-character, scholarship, leadership, and service. The purpose of the society is to reward those students who stand out in these points. Miss Adda L. Dunlap and W. Cochran are sponsors. This year the society sponsored an assembly to acquaint che students with the clubs of the school. Annual induction ceremonies were held March 23 for the new junior and senior members. FIRST ROW: Jeanne Dicckmann, Jeanne Beidler, Sally Fish, Phyllis jean Bachmann, Nnrlu Keller SECOND ROW: Miss Addn L. Dunlap, Arden King, Richard Little, Leon.: M. Folmar, Carol Bixlcr, j. W. Cochran -SX S xNX 72 4. Q ,Q fff FIRST ROW: Williain Nelson, Charles Swickert, Robert Bogard, Phil Faris, Richard Hare, Edward Humphrey, James Knight SECOND ROW: Dale Beecrufr, Robert Ynhrling, jack Cook, Alfred Dobbs, Donald Poindexter, A. R. Milligan PROIECTION CREW By Dick Hare The Projection Crew is headed by A. R. Milligan. The job of the crew is to show movies. This is voluntary work and is done in free periods. The experience gained is valuable in that you learn to operate the projector, to splice film, and to do several other jobs. A slide projector and 21 public address system are handled by the Projection Crew. -QR 73 4- 'O F XY'.1ll.1cc Suknimv, -Lick Amalo, Tom Ackerman, Hill Behrens. Bob Sehcrich, Bill Signorelli, A. IS. Slengc STAGE CREW By lark Amalo Setting up scenery, keeping the stage clean and preparing it for all occasions are among the many and varied jobs of the Stage Crew. The Stage Crew is composed of seven members. Jack Amato is the president. A. B. Stenger is the sponsor. The stage hands do this work during their study periods or in the evenings. Jack Amato and Jack Cook are Stage Crew lettermen. 'bfxx 74 -,ts e F jf! SCIENCE CLUB Anyone making an average of 85 in chemistry, physics, or aeronautics is eligible to join the Science Club and to learn more about science. In semi-monthly meetings, experiments are conducted. Field trips are made to local plants. The oilicers were as follows: Bill Wlieeler, president, Leona Folmar, vice-president, Pat Casey Bates, secretaryg Lee Tolerton, treasurer, Marilyn Bergner, program chairman. Co-sponsors were Miss Mary Howley and A. R. Milligan. FIRST RONV: Charles Swickert, Dorothy Baker, Ianei Mciflellantl, Marilyn Bergner, Pai lfisey Hates. Hill Nlflieeler, leuna liolmai, lee liolerlun, hlaelsii' Mullarlscy, lftia Supler, Russell Newlanil 5l"C'ONl7 ROXY: A. R. Milligan, Norma Zimmer, lfsther lferrul, Susan Hansen, ,lane Mci'auslantl, ll.ll'l3.ll'.l l"nt'low, Valerie jones, Mary llutiington, Carol liixler, Miss Mary llowley Tllllill ROXV: Delia Xvislinew, .luanne lieieller, -lim McN.1sli, liichartl iliallxnan, Allieil Dobbs, Don llar- ilesly, ,lim Smith, Sally lfixh, Delores Panielis ibxxxx 75 ,,.l- Q fel. jf! FIRST ROXV: Rinli McCord, Sally Ifish, Iiessie Beanmn, Helen Viwnauskns, Charlene Iiverett, Sally Supler, I'min.x Vercellotti SVCUNIP ROXV: Ruth Grnliain, Nancy Burger, Della Gootlim, Cynthia Bishop, Vaughn Nolte, Sarah Russell, Adelaide Thieroff, Mary ISufI'ingmn, june Saumlers, Virginia Iluzvnril TIIIRI7 IIOXV: Delores Piimelis, jo Ann Stobnri, Carolyn Ihlenfeld, .Ioan Ilorter, Gertruide Smith, Iillen llriese, Ann Moss, Rosemary Knhle, .loan Bailey, Beverly Mew, I,ouis.i Vermillion, Doi Milliken, .Iomnne Iiimmins I"OUR'I'II RUXV: klerry Kummers, Marjorie Seahriglit, Shirley Yunel-ie, Shirley Troxeli, Mary -lean XYrigIu, .lane NlL4fi.IllSI.lIIkI, -I.Il'lUl Mefflellaml, Nancy Sharpcnherg, Il.ll'IW.lI'.I Zueckler, Ilelen Ann Arslaiii GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION By Surulr Rzrxxrll The primary purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association is to promote sportsmanship and an athletic program among girls. During the year, the club sponsors a freshman hike and several tournaments. Through active participation in sports, any mem- her of the club can earn an emblem or a "Tf' The one re uircment for membershi is an accumulation of CI I9 200 moints. These oints are received onl throu h actual arti- l P Y g I3 cipation in athletics. i- SX xx -XX 7 6 QL- O ,Q jf! TRIADELPI-IIA HIGH SCHGOL QQ L f f W ,A H' W if A N x Xp 15, XXXY H' X ,X W W 'LN - ' . f'5""!',A x X X K.. J : ! K X ff 'f W' ag , f 1 Mix W X N, f SCALPERS I P R h IL' Um NO ae 2 MW . 'gal 1 eo Nd 65 09 9 'W-9 X996 w Q K OYQWQ XO 'fs QM. , , 50 xoosqlbxf u ww 'O EdN G Ad C1 65 69' Q., 1 +I 'iz-.A No' C' xlowbov 04 F Gd Q-BENQ! V X QKQ . , . ,. . X-,4 as "Eddie" Friedrichs Warren Rodgers LETTERMEN pi "Bob" Nelson Don Matthews John Gorrell Paul Michel FOOTBALL MANAGERS By Bud Nicholson Everyone Watches a football game with pleasure. Seldom is any thought given to the fellows who work before and after all games. They are the managers. Managers begin on Monday to gather game uniforms and dirty laundry. After delivering it to the laundry, they return to the usual bruises, cuts, and scrapes. It is their job to do all of the bandaging. From Tuesday until the night before the game, they keep the field house clean and assemble the needed equipment and uni- forms for the games. George Bushnn, Marvin Barth, Kncelingg Bill Boslcy, Bud Nicholson, Standing Qxxx 80 ,,l- x o ,ax jf! FIRST ROVV: Zack Springer, Anthony Lenore, Ronald Edge, Gerald Blake, Bob Scherich, Carl Nornlan, David llelms, Bill King, jim McNasl1, Dave Barnes SECOND ROXV: Bob Luchetti, Paul Michel, George Andre, Jim Peyton, Richard Little, lid Friedrichs, lid Norman, john Correll, Bob Nelson, Bob Davis, ,lack Amato, Sam Shearer THIRD ROXV: Coach lf. F. Dupke, Tom McCarroll, Bud Nicholson, Manager, john Lilley, Burke Porter, Bob Meliarney, Bob Reurher, jerry Bruhn, Bob Korn, Harry Sweeney, Charles Swiekert, Bob Hoblitzell, Assistant Coach W. T. llxnblen FOURTH RONV: M. M. Rokos, Marvin Barth, Manager, Julius Meintel, Don Matthews, Bob Agnew, Bill Behrens, Louis Shaw, Irvin Gellner, Frank Settle, Bill Signorelli, Bill Brown, Phil Faris, Warreii Rodgers, George Bushon, Coach Iiarnest A. Eros FOOTBALL Triadelphia Higlfs 1947 grid machine thundered through the best season ever real- ized by an Oak Park Eleven to claim both the O. V. A. C. and Greater City crowns. When the tally cards were added up at the finale of regularly scheduled encounters, "Big Chief" Dupke's charges had amassed a record of eight wins against two losses. Mar- tins Ferry and the Qrangemen from Wells- burg supplied these scars on an otherwise perfect record. The Tridel Fleven showed no mercy in shattering records of long standing. When Follansbee toppled Wellsburg 7-0 on that all important night of Nov. 7, the Orange- men lost any hope of laying claim to the crown, and T. H. S. became the first West Virginia school to gain a Big Ten title. By virtue of defeats over Central Catho- lic, Linsly, Warwood, and Wheeling, the Parkers got their First Greater City crown in nine years. The 14-0 shellacking of By 1 im Smith Wheeling's Wildcats is the first defelt handed them by an Oak Park Eleven since 1938. Playing the Dupke brand of ball, the team centered its attack on straight ahead, pile driving plays, led by a barrage of men, well versed in the Hne art of throwing blocks. The defensive wall was all but impenetrable. The secondary solved every passing attack but the Martins Ferry offer- ing. FOOTBALL SCORES Union 0 Triadelphia Central 0 Triadelphia Moundsville 6 Triadelphia Bellaire O Triadelphia Martins Ferry 19 Triadelphia Wellsburg 14 Triadelphia Bridgeport 0 Triadelphia Wheeling 0 Triadelphia Linsly 0 Triadelphia Warwood 6 Triadelphia NQTN 81 C- if FRESHMAN FOOTBALL BJ The 1947 Freshman Football Squad consisted of 25 boys who were outfitted by Mr. Rokos as rapidly as material was available for them. Mr. Emblen served as Freshman Coach and was assisted by Tom Baller, a former Triad ath- lete, who donated his services. Carl Norman was the stand out freshman of the squad, and because of his ability, he was graduated to Coach Dupke's traveling squad. Carl was used in seven games which earned him 10 quarters of playing time. Donald Bradley, Jimmie Gorrell, Harry Sweeney, Don Shar- penberg, Don Smith, and the Eaton ' W. T. EUIIIIUII twins also show promise of being in the limelight in future seasons. The remaining members of the squad are: Robert Breitinger, Rob- ert Beall, Kenneth Clevinger, Don- ald Crow, Larry Ebberr, Dick Far- row, Harry Holmes, Bill Kimpel, Gordon Meintel, Bill Nelson, George Dawson, Edward Peyton, Larry Walter, Theodore Reuther, Joe San- zeri, Jerry Smith, and Joseph Wili- land. The team played two games. The nrst was lost to St. Johns of Bellaire, 7 to 6. The second was a win over Wheeling, 6 to 0. FIRST IKOW: lfrmnk liIll0l1, Robert Brcitingcr, Larry libberl, Melville Eaton, XX"illi.im Kimpel, lion Crow, Kenneih Clcvinger, Cordon Meinlel SIQCOND RONV: Dick Farrow, Carl Norman, Harry Sweeney, Don Smith, Bob Beall, Tlieotlore Reulher, George Ossman, Don Shairpenlwerg Tllllill RUXV: Billy Nelson, Terrence Quinn, Tiny llolmes, james Gorrell, joseph Saiweri, jerry Smith -xx N xxx 82 f--Ol. aff' lllliS'l' RUXV: lawacli l'. lf. Diipkt-, liieliie l,ittle, Floyd lilaclt, Don llartlexty, Paul Mieliel, lid liriellricliw, lieeil Spearx, loin .'xCl'iCl'lll.lIl, llowartl Nay, llutcli -Iones, Cioacli lfrox SVCLONII ROXY: .Iaelt Rianimon, lluli Suliericli, Alina Xycst, .lim llailey, Carl Meliinnix, .lack Merinar, Bill lluliruns, Rnnalil litxlienx, Alulius Meintel, llivlu Korn, lim AlCN.lNl1 VARSITY BASKETBALL But for llowartl Nay, ll veteran forward, Basketball Scores .intl Tommy Ackerman, a 5' 5" guartl, Tria- tlelpliia's 1948 aggregation was niatle up of reserves, Cioacli lf. lf. Dnplte's combine reaped 50 pei' cent of tlie 22 games. Only tliree of tht- first ll games were "Oak Parketl"g tllree of tlie last ll were not. After a live-game winning streak, Tria- tlelpliia xurleretl .1 bad loss to Mountlsville. Alive at last in tlie Benwootl battle, the raeing Reds liftetl tlie game from Union, S3 to 92. A -H to -H upset of Mountlsville in tlie opening rountl of tlle Section ll Tourna- ment earnetl tlie Triatls tlie title of "spoile1'.,' Union tlien followed antl was beaten tle- cisively, 60 to 53: however, some of tlic magic was missing wlien Xvlieeling won tlie last game antl tlie tournament, 62 to 54. Opp. Dec. I6 Nlartins lierry 52 an. 2 W'arwoml 38 6 Central S4 9 NlC'l1ccling 77 I0 l.insly S3 I3 McKinley 37 I 6 Bellaire 37 23 XVeirtiin I-4 24 Morgantown 68 30 Central 62 lfeli. 3 W'l1eeling 1-li 6 Sistursville 1-I 7 ljnsly 41, 10 McKinley 43 13 St. Clairsville -lil I7 Wfellsbtirg Il 20 W'arwootl 27 24 Moumlsville 56 27 Union S2 Sectional II Tournament Mar. 3 lllountlwille 43 S Union S5 6 XY'lieeling lil -SX NGN 83 j,.,-OQ W' 'liriads 38 46 44 40 -li G2 V7 S2 66 46 52 47 ill 71 SY 46 S4 57 53 44 full 54 FIRST ROW: Frank liatun, 'lack Wiseinaii, jack Goodwin, Don Sharpenberg, Bob Beall, Harry Sweeney, Melville Ilaton SFCOND RONV: XV. AF. limblen, 'Ferry Quinn, Dirk Farrow, Colonel Uilniore, Robert Kirchner, Kenneth Llevinger, Robert Rogerson, Bob McNabb, Fred Phillips, Manager FRESHMAN BASKETBALL By W. T. Emlzlen Although tied for second place and not winning top-league honors, the Freshman Basketball Team has the best record the first-year men have had in the past ten years. Their opponents scored fewer points against them than against any other team in the .Freshman League. The team was beset with injuries and illnesses. jimmy Gor- rell was out nine games with pneumonia. Robert Beall had a broken linger that kept him out of several games, and Don Sliarpenberg, the high-point man of the team, suffered a badly' sprained ankle and missed the last live games. Triadelphia may well keep her eyes on the 1948 Freshman basketecrs and look for some of these boys to bring honors to the school in later seasons. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL RECORD 119481 'l'ri.nls 10 Nladison .Irs lf 1. Don Sliarpenbcrg uni " 20 Clay -Irs. Z4 2. .lack Goodwin " " 40 Central 28 3. Frank Faton 47 VVarwood Z7 4. Xlelville liaton 44 Ritchie 23 5. Hob Beall 71, O. C. Voc. S rs. Harry Sweeney ZS l,insly 12 7. -Iaek NViseman 24 Madison 25 S. .lim Morrell ZS lfenlral 31 '7 Hill Zimmerman H Ritchie 30 IU. Roh Rogerson 4f, O, C. Voc. 0 ll. 'Ferry' Quinn 22 liingly I3 ll. Bob Rerchner 13 Clay 22 I 3. Bob McNabb ls Xvarwuod ZS l-4. Kenneth Clevinger I 5. Colonel Dilmore -SX sax 84 iq- Q P fff L'l1.l!'ki l,1lIIL cAL'l1lCI' SENIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL lfloyd Black "lid" l:l'iL'dl'iCllS Don Hnrdcsty l'ox'w .1 rd G u.1 rd lrorw .1 rd l'.1ul Miclwl Howard Nay RL-cd Spcnrw Guard Forward Forward Dutch" jones Forward Helen Ann Arslain, Dot Milliken, Edith Walter, Billie Jo Headley, Vaughn Nolte CHEERLEADERS By Edith Walier Amid the happy cheers of the Winning team or the deep- throated groans of a losing team stands the ever-faithful cheer- leader. Clad in the uniform of her school, she stands, megaphone in hand, ever-ready to fight with her team and school through victory or defeat. The important job of providing guidance and remedies for sore muscles lies in the hands of Miss Margaret Newton, cheer- leader sponsor. Miss Newton has set forth untiring effort and patience in shaping recruits into a Well-drilled team that brings honor to our school. EQRX 86 4: O F ff! Tom Belanger strengthened the team with FIRST ROVV: Danny Kerns, Arthur Levin, ,lack Gammon, Norman Franklin, Paul Pavilack, Carl jasko, llavitl Helms, Ilaroltl Schafer, Robert Kirchner, Albert Hunter, Tom Riser, Mgr. SECOND ROW: lfarl Nlace, Don Matthews, Floyd Black, George Andre, Ifdward Iiriedrichs, john Gor- rell, Richard I.ittle, Captain: Warren Rodgers, Tom MeC.irroll, john Lilley, Carl Norman, William Strawn, Tommy Ackerman, Coach XV. T. Iimblen THIRD ROW: Denny Saunders, Robert McKarncy, Tom Belanger, jerry Bruhn, jack Merinar, ,lim Wheeler, Stewart Baelimann, Larry Ifbbert, Tiny Holmes, Melville liaton, Don Poindexter, George King FOURTH ROXV: jim Boyd, Robert Reuthcr, Carl McGinnis, Irvin Gellner, Milton Subit, joe Williams, Bob Somerville, Ray Sharpsky, Frank Ilaton, William Bowman, William Kettler, Joe Kelso, james West TRACK TEAM B y Triadelphia's Track Team did not have fl banner year, but the individual effort of many of the boys was gratifying to the sup- porters of the team and to the coaches. With only two lettermen from last year's team to form a nucleus, the boys improved in every meet. Worthy of comment were the outstanding achievements of John Gor- rell, who set a new high-jump record in the Ohio Valley Conference Meet, and Richard Little, captain, and his remarkable perform- ance in the 440-yard run. W. T. Enlblen Stewart Bachmann, and Don Poindexter proved to be sturdy hurdlers. Bill Bowman's help in the shuttles, pole vault, and high jump brought points. lrvin Gellner did well in the 440-yd. run and is expected to give next year's quarter-milers plenty of trouble. Jack Merinar and Earl Mace, distance men, were very consistent in their efforts in the mile and half-mile. The Freshman Team had some stellar per- formers. Carl Norman proved to be "tops" in the freshman sprints and broad jump. Don Sharpenberg high jumped and ran the 440. "Mel" and Frank Eaton took good his efforts in the medley and discus. Jim Peyton did some fancy tossing of the iron ball to take "firsts" in most of the meets. Don Matthews, Jim West, and Joe Kelso took care of the sprints. Tom McCarroll, care of the hurdles and the 880-yd. run. Danny Kerns and Albert Hunter helped in the relay and sprints. Don Smith, Bill Ket- tler, Tiny Holmes, and Jim Boyd were pro- ficient with the weights. CY 87 lxtwl jf! lilliS'li RONV: Ihre liarnus, Clliarles Swlrliert, XXi.lY'l'Cl1 liotlgers, l'tlw.n'il l1'ietlricl1s. llnn Xlaliliuws, Sam Slit-.111-l', llunnx 5.u1mlerx SIKONIJ ROXY: Sponsor Ci. V. Kraus, jim lXlcN.1sl1, Oliver 'I'oiIil, RlCl1.ll'tl 'll.lllll1.lll, llcnry llarih, l'.lnl Nlirlwl, llutl Slllill, jim 5l11llll, llaxnld last BOYS' SWIMMING CLUB By Da uv Barnes The Boys' Swimming Club has progressed this year under the much-appreciated sponsorship of C. C. Kraus. The organization was not necessarily for the purpose of having a competitive team. It was for those who wished to learn to swim or to improve their swimming. Few business meetings were held at school. Most of the busi- ness was transacted at the Linsly pool on Monday and Wednesday' nights. The team was not the best, but each member did his part and was rewarded with second place in the 0.V.A.C. competition. C 8 8 4- Q F jf! IJIRST ROW: jcanne Bishop, Ann Hutzell, Ann Throp, Phyllis Duvall, Barbara Zoeckler, jane Mc- Causland, Marjorie Lauc, Barbara Hitt, Vaughn Nolte, Helen Arslain, Margaret McCIclIanid SECOND ROW: Cynthia Bishop, Gertrude Smith, ,Ioan Hortcr, Carol joy Kreis, jackie Mullarkcy, Kathryn Hancock, Nancy Sharpenberg, Mary jean Wright, Catharine Fickinger, Sally Walker, Adelaide Thicroff, Beverly Tallman, Sally Fish THIRD ROW: Susan Paisley, Doris Kelso, Nancy Kraus, Martha Ryland, Barbara Henderson, Sara Sritt, Rosemary Kahle, ,Io Ann Bailey, jane McAdams, Shirley Ferguson, Sue Ann Eble, Anne Moss GIRLS' SWIMMING CLUB By Kathryn Hancock Mermaids! Not quite, but we do like to swim. Our club is composed of 45 girls who enjoy the water. We strive to perfect dives and strokes with the aid of Miss Newton, our sponsor. The club has its business meetings the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. We hold a swim on two Thursdays of each month. Sometimes we have evening swims, and then we invite other swimming clubs. Some members have completed a course in Junior Red Cross Life Saving. Qxxx 89 ,LQ 'o I-ll. jf! llliSl lxUXX: Sain Sl1c.1i't'l', lilw.ll'tl l'I'ICLll'ICl1N, Don Xlalrhews, Im-It little, XX.ll'l'un liutligt'l's, loin Xlt k,ll'IUll, Hill Siglwrclli, llim.llul Nay, llllil Nicliolsiun NICUNIJ RUXY: Holi Nelson, .lim l't-yion, Holi llohlillell. lil Nornian, l'.1nl Xlichel. Lienrge xXntlie. Spoiixin' XIV. lrm 'lllllill ROXY: Riwn.1hl liiillciis, Iiolx llaxix, -lohn liorrell, linlu luchelli, liolw Agnew, Holi Korn VARSITY CLUB By Wa 1'rAf 'll Rmlgvrs The Varsity Club was revived this year when a need for a student athletic organization was felt by the football, basketball, and track enthusiasts of T. H. S. To meet the Clubls only requirement, an athlete must qual- ify for a letter in one of the school's major sports. Thursday meetings in Coach Eros' room, basketball con- cessions, selling Triadelphia stickers, purchasing boxing gloves for the gym classes, and sponsoring "T" dances constituted this year's activities. Qtxx 90 6 Q In GREETINGS TO THE CLASS OF '48 WE ENJOYED MEETING YOU ALL AND BEING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER. OUR'S IS THE SCOTCHMAN'S WISH, 'WWE THANK YOU FOR PAST FAVORS AND HOPE FOR A CON- TINUANCE OF SAME." The Kossuth Studio 807 MAIN STREET WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA The hes! in photography Rfxx 91 4 - Q ,Q jf! It's fun to shop at Geo. E. Stifel Co. Wheeling'5 friendly department store lingravingx for The 1948 Triad Made BY C t l ti JAHN aa OLLIER ENGRAVING co. ""g"' u " 'ms' Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Seniors Black or Color fi0l!lllll'fl'i4ll Arfixlx - I'lmlogrupln'rs X17 W Whshingrun Blvd., Chicago 7, Ill. McALLISTER'S K - ggoribf - 1 Q 9 Groceries Confections Echo Point Elm Grove 2485 Play Good Luck, Class of 1948 With Sporting Goods A Friend From H. G. The Music-Wise compare rates at G R E I N E R ' S Tcl- Whg- 659 64 - 12th Sf- Where "Symphony Row" Meets "Jive junction All brands of records Whmlingv Va' Complete line of FLFCTRICAL APPLIANCES V I T E X The Finest in Dry Cleaning ane ZW efeanewi 550 National Rd. Woodsdale 66 s s -QR 92 5- - 0 li ...,irff' Rogers Fancy Pastries Distinctly Diferent Wds. 1376-R Next to El Villa F. Schmeichel 86 Son Co. Highest Quality Furniture Obtainable at Lowest Prices Always Striving to Deserve Your Patronage 2213-17 Chapline Street Um'.x'cz'llcd Funeral Sl'f1!lCl' W. C. BROWN CO. Drawing Materials Art Supplies Photographic Materials Wheeling, W. Va. The Kruger St. Barber Shop 131 Kruger St. Elm Grove, W. Va. La1lir'x', Mz'n'x, aml Chililri'n'x llnir Culting Shop Hours: Mon. thru Fri.-1 'nil 5:30 Sat. 8:30 'til 6 Owner: Ii. P. MlL1,ER Marque Beauty Salon 1130 National Road Wds. 697 Theatre Confectionery Gifts-School-Sports-Camera Supplies 2276 National Road GEO. R. TAYLOR CO. A century of fashion leadership '1 847 1 948 Fulton Bank SL Trust Co. WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA "Conveniently Located on the National Highway" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Qtxx 93 4- Q A jf! 1 I ny Gang ! Fm' an afternoon XIIIICIZ. Whorf' yozfll wan! fo go back . . Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1948 i Laupp Florist TRY Buch and Donovan 1109-1111 Chaplinc Street National Road at Edgington Lane Wheeling, W- Va- Visit Your Neighborhood Electrical Contractor 86 Appliance Dealer V810 700- ELECTRIC CO. 02-04 National Road or Phone Wdsle. 9 50 The FINEST and LARGEST in the State Fulton Tire Shop PHOTOGRAPHY by ALL SIZE TIRES M C e1'S0l'l 51.50 up Commercial and Portrait 460 National Road Wwdsdale 1594-M WdS- 773 Wheeling, W. Va. 'QNX 94 4 Q ,Q , jf! W. H. Chapman 86 Sons Co. Johnston Paints-Glass-Varnish-Brushes General Household Cleaners Wall Paper and Painter's Supplies 1218 Main Street Phone Whg. 844 Whccling, W. Va. RICHMAN BROS Men's Clothing and Furnishings 1217-19 Market St Wheeling, W. Va Wheeling News-Register and hvvling Elntvlligrnrrr Old Notes Old Rents Old Accounts Receivable , COLLECTED SEE US Wheeling Credit Clearing 'N NE B soon moms House ljll Market ., Wheeling W V4- -Phonc 5025-S026 , ik SOX 95 C- Q F Visit L. S. GGOD 81 CO. A complete selection of popular and classical music By Victor, Columbia, Decca GRIEST Cut Rate Drug Stores Wheeling - Wellsburg Moundsville Congratulations to the Class of '48 A Friend Nobils Shoe Store 1233 Market Street Wheeling, W. Va. Frank's Grocery Where Your Trade is Appreciated 466 National Road Wheeling, W. Va. Mi-LADY DRESS SHOP and BEAUTY SALON E. G. 2707 CLARKE PAPER COMPANY Kalbitzers Wishes Triadelphian Graduates best wishes on their Future Road to Success H. KALBITZER 81 SON 1210 Main Street Wheeling, W. Va. Phone 2 85 1050 Market St. Wheeling "A PAPER F OR EVERY PURPOSE" A ,isewai iff ALLEN 82 HUNTER IGI-1NSON'S A. G. Foon CENTER Taylor 86 Teufel Hatters Heiskell Ave. Edgewood For Finer Foods 1218 Market St. 4 1 Phones 1 can WOODSDALE Wheeling, W. Va. 880 GO ALL-ELECTRIC THE MODERN HOUSEWIFE IS SWITCHING TO CLEAN - COOL - CAREFREE ELECTRIC COOKERY No Smoke - No Soot No Flame Best Wishes for Success And Happiness to the Class of '48 REICI-IARTS Better Home Furnishings for Better Living 1115-1123 Main Street Wheeling Electric Co. W' C AX 2 iwan. iff W. A. DRIEHORST CO. 1 1 3 1 National Road Our Food Store has the most complete assortment and widest variety of choice quality foods displayed in modern cases for quick and easy selection. Always the Finest PHONE WOODSDALE 1500 Call Us! "And We're On Our Way" HESS FLORIST Elm G1' OVC Dry Cleaners 50 Years of Quality and Service We Call For and Deliver 403 National Road Beech Glen Phone Wds. 35 Phone: E. G. 2464 Elm Grove TAR HOGE DAVIS DRUG CO. HOE SHOP Prescriptions 36 Eleventh Street Gifts Wheeling, W. Va. KAUFMAN'S STORE OF DISTINCTIVE STYLES The Only Exclusive Shop in Wheeling Specializing in Junior and Misses Sizes 28 Eleventh Street Wheeling, W. Va. QSX VXNNN 98 4. C ,- Sh0P at Elm G1'0Ve,S QUa1itY St0I'e For delicious frozen custard for- . and hot SandWlChCS, Sportswear - School Shoes - Etc. stop at Thomas Dry Goods 86 Shoe Co. Catalina Swim Wear, Sweaters THE Peters Weatberbird Sboes WbeeIing's Finest Drive-In LOYAL TRIAD BOOSTERS WHEELING MACHINE PRGDUCTS . National Road Elm Grove , W. J. LUKENS co. Let us repazr those shoes. A. B. Powell - H. M. Robb Wheeling's Leading Je 1 SANDY'S SHOE REPAIR . We er Since 1 883 1314 Market Street' E. G. 9529 412 Natl. Rd., Elm Grove Registered Jeweler Member American Gem Society lbxxxx 99 4.1- S0 F fff Congratulations to the Class of "48" Main and 11th Street West Virginia's largest specialty fashion store Phone Wl1g. 13 5 3 Wagner's General Store, Inc. Established 18 84 Phone No. 2301 Triadelphia Triadelphia, W. Va. Flowers for All Occasions at HELLSTERN'S National Road Wds. 1900 W. A. Wilson 86 Sons, Inc. 1409 - 1411 and 1421 Main Street Wheeling, W. Va. PAINTS - GLASS - WALLPAPER STOUT'S ESSO SERVICE Lubrication and Washing 562 National Road fFultonj Phone Woodsdale 9595 ' HOLMES Fulton Pharmacy COAL AND DUMP , , Prescrzptzon TRUCKING Drug Store Elm Grove 2922 Phone Wds. 600 Matt L. Kirkland, Prop. 2444 National Road X S -xxx 1 0 0 142- 9 F jf! HALLMARK GREETING CARDS STATIONERY SHEAFFER PENS C 0 I G GIFTS Wh l' WATKINS sz TROTT ee 'ng 46LQ - llth Street Congrufulnfions, Seuiurx 72 Z 16th and Market Streets 66!l.Plg :ple WUT A-A019 Flowers For All Occasions Open Evenings and Sundays jewelry E5 Appliances 1320 Market St. Wheeling, W. Va. Telephone Whg. 464 Phone 5600 E. G. Wickham Food Markets for finer Three I.G.A. Markets to Serve You PORTRAITS POWER MARKET STAR BARGAIN STORE Elm Grove Men's Furnishings Shoes For the Entire Family GLENWOOD MARKET WARWOOD MARKET as for finer FASHIONS it's THEMHUB - 5x X XX 101 J.- Q lt Zfff' Congratulations! MAX CRONE 86 CO. 1310 Market Street 1312 Wheeling, W. Va. Best wishes to the students of Triadelphia High 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 Qtxrreritan illllaie 36 Htlinhufu fbias-as Qlnxnpzxng 1 3 14 Main Street Phone Whg. 86 5-866 "If it's Glass - we have it" WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA PENN JEWELERS ELGIN - HAMILTON - BULOVA WATCHES 1203 Market St. Shop at Lee's Cut Rate Anything and Everything 2197 National Road Elm Grove The Camera Shop 79 Twelfth Sr reec Whg. 4942-R If Photography is Your Hobby, We Can Supply All Your Needs 'Qfxx 102 ':.- ' ,""' jf! HERFF JO ES CO Designers and Manufacturers of School and College Jewelry, Graduation Announcements, Medals, Cups and Trophies INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA IEWELERS TO TRIADELPH IA HIGH SCHOOL Joe Cox and Ray Seaver, Representatives QR 103 .1-- '+ ,41- Charles Nauman, Wfilliam Lough, William Black, Ford Pogue, Joe Organ , TRIADELPHIIYS CUSTODIANS By jcanne Bcidler To these live amiable, always-ready-to-help men go the credit for keeping daily work operating smoothly at Triadelphia. They are the cogs upon which the school machine depends. Among their duties are cleaning campus and classrooms, col- lecting the Waste after lunch, shoveling snow in winter and cut- ting grass in Warm Weather. They act as night Watchmen and also have charge of firing the furnaces. Several of them are bus drivers. Qtxx 4 Q IQ E 37' 'E sz' I wb I W, f, J A. T4 Th 'I lj' V: w if 3 I , 'W' ,K ll' dv 1 P If A if Y .VH N. .-, l f L1 I'- ef' r ' J' . 1 1 r 4 n x 4 S 1 c E I . 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