Triadelphia High School - Triadelphian Yearbook (Wheeling, WV)

 - Class of 1956

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f vg- fins om 'gy 1 XX 1 X i.. X X 1 K Y 1 '- -r. ff If X XX. x X 1 K D V v X 'M'SJ X f x xA X I W , 1 ' Q This Book Belongs to 1 n I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I I u 1 I I I I 1 I I 'G 4, 1 4 1 ix. '42 'fx 4 vr 4, I 4+ Av : f + 'P 9 r -nr if 5' 1 4 f gr i' -l -nr 'wl- XA' 1956 TRIAD d STUDENT JOURNALISTS TRIADELPHIA HIGH SCHOOL O I4 Pak Vo X If 'A J, pubIisI1e by the OI a r WI1eeIing, West Virginia Iume LII hike, .. 7'-If Trldels Marchmg Band performs during the half at the Trnad Warwood grldlron encounter Throughout the l9ii l9i6 ethereal revo crowded the schedules of busy Llttle Reds lutlons tl multlt lde of mt rstelltlr dCtlVltlCS leavmg lmuted opportunity lor studles 1- 4' 'F 'ff J' fx fr 7 4 'fr 44,1 1 gd'. Y' "', .' ' .' A' A Bull Shields rebounds for the Red a Black In the BelIalreTrlad contest Rehearslng for Trnarama The Trlad Trladelphlan Variety Show Barbara Stone Connle Cornell and Mart: McCormick try therr vocal talents 4 Meteorrc ries 1' Display Foreword er tour mars tlonl tht. 'Vlllltx W tx o secondary eduttttton the stirs ot the tuttttt are prepurmt' to Assume thetr plates xuthtn hfe s orbits Soma, In tx 'listen more brwhtlx tn others tt 1 1 ru e thtot clouds ol opportunity some may shtne mth t sure steady Uloxx but Luth stellute hodx h ts .1 tommon duty to projett hrs beams mto the darkness ol the nlrht tnd to brwhttn tht wax for tn tnktnd 1 The 1956 Trttd serv, IH lu re tears .ts tn objett ol memomble st trtumn- Vkllhln the halls ol THS Btlfbdf 1 Stone Edttor 4' fl 4' Truadelphla 20 Warwood 7 ,a 5 Aft' ' ft. 1 5 H. ' " Lvl l' tha 1 ,L son X may 'dial' ' tgh 1 ' me ' 1 L '- s x May" X - I 'W' 'tu' reflecting the lighter moments of your years "' 4' -f 5:45 " r 'F Jr ir 'F ' + , -r ', :.',, f + F 4, f W 1 4 - 3 1 I int . 4 4:4 E' f 1 L 3 E 4' ' , , r f 5 'Fl A ent' f I ,F ,F 4' Zi I M 1 . I fy . . l ' , .ti ' K l' , f - '11 s ' 1, ' -v' 414 'P Q ,ga 4' -lf U, iff. RU! fini! mi lfliiili ilii' Rm imil mi' lfliii A. A-Xiillgipiiliiig thc hell. griihhing Icxlhouiw ,mM,l!,,,m W. ,min diishiiig into grimdcd hiillx. uliuciing until A iimirsc and cxiiaiiixtcd ul lcnw uihlctic mn lhif iiiwnili iii iliinli. lllc' kfiifiilulgi' giiimwl, - W - lcslx. uiiuiitiiig thc huuix Liiiiil thc xxcclx cmi U1 HM ffm'-' 'ffl ff' ffm H wi' Ihc xciiii-fuixiiiail. LllICIiLiiHg gliih iiiuutiiigx paying ducx. iipprmiiig iiiwiiiiiix. hu iiiiig thi Thcii' hcgiilx huld high Lind Ihcii' hcgiilx iiiA Iiiikiliigliil wil vii thc cw HI Iiri.il cxiiiiiiiigitiiwiix xiiilcii with wliuiii xpirii. lfilllc Rcdx iiiclmii- Ncckiiig kiiimicilgc uiiliiiglli iiiipiiiicii hy mx iiiixly pixiixc ihcii' .Xhiigi Nigilci. 'liiiidclphhi pci! iiixii'iiciwi'N f ihcw -f .iiid iii.iiix Niiiiilgii High. Ihc wuiic ui iwiii xwiidciliilly ugiiwiiicc uxpcriciiucx in-will ihc hiiuf hui lmliiiy iiiiw- yczirx Ihgil liiigci' lung iii ihc iiiuiiiwi-iw wi' iiiic iiiciiix Ihgil uiiiipiiw .iii iiiiiwigclidhiu puiim Tfiilaix of iiiu fi ln Ll xlwrl lllllc. mum mm will ulmmlon thnx lCINPOI'L1I'f wlur Nyxlcm tw Neck an plum m then' lmllxlglml urbxlx oi Idcwlx 'md 'im K . 47" lfmngh uf Iwflm Nu H1714 nf ltmzrz lr 4, 4 44 nw 'if AF um. hui U 1' will IHWJ fwf fffuffmx 'INN qlml' nuff! ffm flux .N Uftlxfll' . Xmllff IHULIQ fV1fVIAiN lQU1m:1! I A H I f Y 44 ,A 7' 'F 4 H+ 1' 4 if Jr il 'ar W f 1'- Q nt if if Tix 1- 1' an 41 'k -I 4- .f""5 A44 wi' 1 ,- At the annual football banquet, Honorary Captain Tommy Seamon presents an autographed football, token of the team's appreciation. to Dr. C. G. McCoy. Looking on are T. J. Cox and Dick Haines. +5 x f ! 1 . ' 4' Fw I , . wwf ex 1- X 2+ f' ,gf K 4'k4Lk+,,l- f +A Av X 1- 7? Errol Colley, Student Council president, dis- cusses a tentative assembly with Principal W. J. Farmer. Little Reds sway to the jukebox strains at a Wednesday session of noon dancing. Ray Richmond and Kay Mundie purchase last- minute supplies from Mrs. Alma S. Farley, school secretary. Amid the wild exclamations of the Triad fans, some of the unsung heroes of the football squad keep the bench warm during the Warwood- Triadelphia pigskin fray. .i . ' - s Judy Watkins and Judy Woodruff, Little Red hostesses, keep the plates replenished for visiting parents at the ninth annual Open House. A. B. Stenger explains a portion of the work in industrial arts to Ottis Clevinger and Don Miller. 1 While Triad twosomes dreamlly drift by Queen Marti McCormick stands before The Crystal Ball' and surveys her court This semiformal dance was held in the Oglebay Park Plneroom on April 6 Cager Ted Hess fights for the rebound against Wheelings Gene Franke Bill Beazel and Wi bur Myers during the Little Red - Wildcat court scramble. Linda Kimmins holds aloft th torch of freedom during a speech class pre- sentation at the ninth annual Open House. il 'P 44-if 1' -pk 'XY Q CONTENTS Guldm L1 hts Sl irs C onslnll itlons 'Vlclpors Astgrolds nr ll W +75 '7 -1 7 -F- 1Y4. 4 41 +4 4, 'ff if 4' 4 ,, if 4. 4 Y-9 f 1' if ,L -I 'IF ff, -nf 1+ ' -X -ir af -rff. Y mg Agf I3--U 1. 21- 60 ' .'z' 61- 90 9I-I0 f Ill'-1-0 'I' -lr 1' -A 1' Wfvr ,af 4 -n rf' ROBERT H. PORTER Dedication Without the knowledge of Advisor Rohert H. Porter. the staff of "The 1956 Triad" has taken the privilege of recognizing an inspirational individual. a true representatixe ot the teaching profession. and a man among men. Throughout his ll years as a member of the Triadelphia faculty. Nlr. Porter has given unspar- ingly of his time and ahility. Proficient with puns. quick to laugh. he has endeared himself to the hearts of Triad lads and lassies.. His snnorous xoice often resounds through the halls. as he injects priceless humor into his classroom sessions. Patience is his xirtue. whether extracting sulijects and xerlws from freshmen or suspended interest features trom journalists. Yet the name "Nlr. Porter" has hecome a hy-nord at Tridel. mainly through his ellorts with school puhlications. Meeting headlines anii deadlines with startling constancy. this untiring instructor is a familiar figure to l.ittle Reds as he hustles about with pencil. proof. and copy. or horrous a sports jacket for a forgetful underclassman preparing to have his picture taken. Under his capahle guidance. 'lihe Triadelphian has copped eight Medalist ratings in national competition. This memher of the fourth estate commands th: respect of all who come in contact with him. His sincere interest in the welfare of others. his perse- verence. and his alert outlook have marked him as an outstanding personality. To gvnii. Robert H Porter. with Ilit' lmpt' that tliiv Qe.s'Iiir't' will iii mutt' ivti-v t'.rpi'i'xi' the tipprt'r'i- iitinit of till tlioxt' wlimt' iwivx 'vnu litivt' ligtlitwl with tht' rfiilititzrt' nt luiuii'l1'rlet' :intl ft'it'lI1ft,lffJ. Vnliinze Xl.ll is zlt'rlic'1itt'fl. l Concentrating on checking the list of underclassmen scheduled to have their pictures taken. Robert H. Porter is unaware that his own pose has been cap- tured by the photographer. 'k xi Guiding Lights i' 'k Handllnf' thc 1dn11n1strat1vc l.lLlllt.S of thc clcmcntary 1nd sccondary pubI1c schools ol Oh1o County thc Board of EOULJIIOH d1rects school atlarrs trom hcadquarters 1t ZIV! Chaplmc Street Wheelmv Amon-1 thc NdI'ICLl rcspons1b1l1t1es assumed by th1s l1ve111cn1ber body are securmg per sonnel Sllpplylllg tcxtboolts and lurmshmv transportatlon for studcnts whosc ho111es arc snuated tvyo or morc mlles from anv publlc school eele III 1111te11 llll e s1111e111so1 XII Ile sll DEIIIIIEIICIPIII I PXPIIII 5111111 1ss1st1111 1e11111e111Ie11t 1111 Illll 8911101 1 100 s 1 s1st 1111 sl 119111 Supervzszon O Each Dzvzszon PERINTENDENTS I 1 1 on le Th1s non PLIYIIMII1 LIIIII p1ov1dc tor thc n1odern1fat1on of thc clcmcntary 1nd scc ondary educat1onal 1nst1tut1ons tnrouvh up to date changes and necessary rcpalrs Headed by Robertc Hallett pres1dent the Board ot EdL1Lc1lIOfl convencs on thc thlrd 'Vlonday of exch month .I P IVIcHcnry supermtencient ol thc Ohxo County publ1c schools IS secretary to thc Board 1de11t III 1 Slllll s eatedj 111 II ll xce 1111111 N II F en ' QSICIPIII lillllflll. K IZ ett Nlxs 1 V-4 .ff i SU - ,H '1-'VIIILZ V. l:UIlilI'. ll. II, W'If g. :111tI .l. l'. M1-I IIVX. ' I t X L I I" ' U 5 'XA' ' 1 Al' - 4 . -4 . ' . xg - 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 -s s 1 1 ' . -. - ' J -V - - . , i , , 4- s 1 1 , 1 1 1 5-1 -, 1: I H ' 1-I g D D f ' f 1 . . . . , - 1 , . , ., , , i 1 ' I 1' . . . ' 1 '. , s . . ' . . , , , l BOARD OF EDUCATION - fStar1dingJ: .I. I1':1 te1 ' c'I1111'ge of 9lPIII9IlL2 gy J' ols. St .. 1' 1 - 1 ' 'L J. II. , ' l1I'X. CS : ,lol , CI: 'k. K'IjI, W. U1 Iell. .1 1 : ., Q F. I z'. 1 ' V1 . '.Ga1'd , I1' , ' '. II: I ,I s111 " 1 in l'lIElI'Qt-' of jun' ' 1 s ' ' Ii1c'I 21111 T. Mr-Coy. high s -I Ing ll. IJ. W'Il't111g, 21S,".'2 Sl "1 - , 1 1 1 1 ' S 5 f A I 1 7 6 5 3 X . .5 G ' I4 W1th never fatlmg hope as a steady beacon never endmff patlence a supreme vlrtue never Ceaslng humor a common mamstav Trldels Faculty transmits knowledge mto legible learn able materlal Through stormv and trylnff moments these guldmg lights brlvhten the darkest problems mth thelr ready counsel and helpful hands Constant ln their eflorts to make todays Llttle Red tomorrow s cttlzen these expert salesmen sold thelr costly merchandlse for a small amount of cooperatlon and wlllmg ness The tanglble and lntanglble became re splendent and clear when touched by these personalltles Long 1n the dlm afterglow of h1 h school years these men and women vull gllsten ln the memorres of Little Reds for they have fftven a true glft an honest appreciation and 1 pr lCIlLdl understanding of the wav ot life Interpreters Were They As Theylhghted the Way Mlss Beneke Mr Cochran Mr Farmer W J FARMER AB MEd Prlnclpal The .ldlllllllSl.ld.L1OI1 and manag,ement ot a modern ptogrlesslxe lll2.,Il school IS l dltttnult and momplek l9S1JOIl'slblllllf-'S ot so wast an undertakmg A plmu s dx se nn nese end set Ttlde s he mln IS ne-wt too buss ton a student problem PHYLLIS A BENEKE AB M Ed Dean of Glrls Business Arlthmetnc sk ind netsetxt NI ss eneke c mptbls c eftlclentlx took ox GI the duties of lletn of I nls llex counsel and ldNlC6 h'ue benetlted mans gnls md hate ptoxerl hex a talunble lddlllflll to the fuultx J W COCHRAN AB MEd Dean of Boys roblems of Democracy National Honor Society Junior Town Meeting Dolng mo thumbs 'tt once lb almost mlposslble but Dean QOLIIIHII ml ht be called the foul handed man Hts hand work md outstandmz abllttx haxe helped to make THS the school that lt IS - . . 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Miss Barnard Mr Bxxler Miss Brand Mxss Brennan Mr Bullard Mr Ceo Mrs Dobbs KATHERINE E BARNARD AB Shorthand I and ll Business Law ed nxtlx 4 tlxxox xx xsxxess inc x ness ex s x xxxx xt lles the axks xt s ect xc I x xoxx hex collexgxxes xxxd studexx s V H BIXLER AB M World History Flxose ot Cexnxan descent lxdxe alnaxs been exext -ltudents xxxd teaclxexs Xlx Bxxlex xs xxx exaxnple ol tlxxs xnlxcxxtxxxce Hut onli vxxth xnodestx xxxd dxg.,xxxtx floss he dlsplu tlxls ,gxextness VIRGINIA L BRAND AB AM First Year Girls and Mixed Choruses Second Year Girls and Mixed Choruses, Trxadettes In slxxxxxxa, lxex nxusxcxl talent 'Ilxss Brand xxxx pxesses hex students vxxtlx the nnex qualxtxes. ot tune tul sounds ln hex tlxoxal haxxnonx classes plexsxnt tones axe dex eloped tlxxough pxetxse dxxectxon BERNICE R BRENNAN AB AM English IV xxxtexlxuxx xxxd Nlacbetlx xules Scotl xxxd Pxst lx ex 1 e es 1 e us Xlxss llxenn xxx applxes xex xxx istex s tout lx to xnxp xxt the nxx stexxes of Englxslx IX J C BULLARD BS MSc Biology Nature Club Beetles bu,,s barnacles ox hxanxxudl begonxds xxe Nlx Bull xxd s b"i1l1Wll1x In the lah ox classxooxn he dxsplaxs lxxs bxologxcal knowledge xxxd cuxes xxx xxxx x squexnxxslx texxx xle ot sqxxexnxxtxs STEFANO R CEO Instrumental Musxc Orchestra Band llxxectxxxg Txxdels xnstxuxnentalxsts N11 Leo has lxxouhlxt xxxaxxx lxonoxs to IHS Hxs last knowledge ot xxxusxc ind lxxs Itxlxaxx xnusxcal lxexxtage make xt possxble lox hxxxx to pexfert Oak Paxk xnusxnxaxxs MARGARET DOBBS Ph B Social Science lxoxxxxexlw .1 substxtute hut non x lull txxxxe xnexxxlxex e 1 s Ibolx s pxoxes A stxx In detxxls when uxdxxxg xexxlxxxgs tlxxoug,lx the xxxtxxc es xt xl smxex Fill " ax zest fox' living. Miss llxxx'xxax'l. ' xglx hex' grx 'iox J a I kixd inj 'ts zx va ' xth tlxz kinc .' I sp' ' .' I ' resp r und 1 lxxxirz tion xxx ' I 1 .' z s ts. . . . . ., A. . N . , . ., . . I . , . . i, Q -' K, V. S' .1 . I ' . , . ' - ' 1 v. - . .1 w bv x 4 1 1' lA-1 Y . , . ., . . Again liecxwxxlf fights Grendel: Ulxzxxxver rides to C2 ' 1 . ' ' ' .' S' z . 2.2 't '1- tux' vonx .' to if . ' z ' ' .' l ' Z.. .'A, . , ' 1 . jk. I .' i. ,. 'l. 'l . . , . ., . . Us' . .A . '. L. 2 . A -I E - 'lf K ' ' v' . -. 1 v . 1 SA. u V 1 D-L, 'L. ' ' ,. , , 1 . . V. I A. 2 , ' 1 , ' ,V Q' li ' - 1 1 ' I - . Y , . . , 0 I. - .C " S. ,. B. Y . , ' .' , 1 'S k 'r ' . -' ' A , . . ' . . 5, , t. .. ' . i - - - A , of th Triad fa -ulty. Mr.: lx: ' ' .- 'klex' :xx-i r 4 ' soc-iz .' " xve. ADDA L DUNLAP AB AM E lush III Y Teens Natlonal Honor Soc1ety 1111191 the 101111 1 d11ng11ng, 11.1111111119 Nllss I111111.111s flllltll 11111111 1111 rmssed 111111111 and des1111111111 ll 1111111s 11 1 1els 11111111 1111141 1111911-'SI 111 1111111 has 111s1 11ss11111s CATHERINE M EBERT BS MEd Bookkeepmg I and II Salesmanshnp Junlor Red Cross Future Teachers of Amerlca st11111e1 f1 1119111111011-1 1111111111111s11111 11111 111611111111-11119 tueless 111s11111t111 Sllllllllillll-' Nhss 1e1t 1d9I1l'u etu111 1141111811 111 191 11911111111 11e1 H1111ess 11.-1ss11111111 IPKIIIIIIIIIEN MARY A ERSKINE AB M Lltt Engllsh I and IV Speech Masquers Thespnans Junnor Town Meetnng The R1ght to Dlffer VOICC of Democracy' stlmg 111d JI sk s 1111 111 1 11111s1111e1e 111 he-1 111sse-s 1 11 118118111 1 13 ed 111 111 ldent'-. 19111111 11s111 11 11s111 1 11 1 P ALMA S FARLEY Secretary A 1 s 9 111 T11de1 s dlI11l11sl1l!111 1 111 11 111 s1111111t1111 e 11 91-11s 111111. 5111111 El h 11111011 N 111111-1111 CARRIE KATHRYN FLEMING AB AM E Ilsh II 1 ll 16 1s11111 191 Nl 11 Iss 1114111111 111111 ll 1 1111 1-'N N is ss 881111 111 111111 MARY ALICE GROPPE A B Typlng I Salesmanshup Busxness Law Busuness Arlthmetlc ll 11 11 N1119 s 1111119 1 1 1 111111 11 T11 1de 111 LOIS GRUBB BS Plane Geometry Student Councll 1 111 11111111111 1111 111-1 1111111111111-1 se1s1 111111111 11111113 X113 11111 111 11111s1 111 111 l9I1l6x t1t11e 111 111-1 111otess11111 I1e1 e1.e1111111I11 1111111 111 111111 1111 1 1141111 1 T Miss Dunlap MISS Ebert Mlss Ersklne Mrs Farley Mlss Fleming Mrs Groppe Mrs Grubb Mr. Haines Mr Jones Mlss Kllllan Mr Kraus Mlss Lazear Mrs Martln Mr Mllllgan DICK HAINES AB A M eslaned 1111 1 1 Amerlcan and World Hlstory Head Football Coach Freshman Basketball Coach Nlxllfllllx 111e11dl111, f111t11111 11111m how th 11111111111 ltlxe k1101xle111,e 11f 1llst01x Nlr 11111195 made use 0t 1115 111eelful 1Jt'l's011dllIX 111d dexeloped 1118 1llss1110111 111t11 1 de111.,11tf111 11111101 0f the p 1st ARTHUR E JONES AB MSC Soclal Sclence Physlcal Educatlon I-'fad Basketball and Baseball Coach C 11111 1001 111d 111l1e1ted 'XI1 Jones IS .111 Lsset to Tl1111e1011la Hls l19111911d01IS 11111111 18 .1 10'1111 and hls 111ltsta11111l1,g t1l1l1t ff11 te111ll1lg 10111I1111e t0 es 1l1l1sl1 hls 11111111111 111111111 INDIA KILLIAN AB E Ilsh Il and III 1'll11L111g 11e1 IGCQIII I'l1101J9a11 e'q1er1e111es to the LIISSIOOIII Nllss Ixlllldll thlough hel IIIIHIQHSG back ,,1111111d 111 g1am111al a11d 11te1atu1e IS l1I1X18ldlI1g ln 11e1 ettolts to 111st111 111 entlluslastlc response of the hnguage C C KRAUS AB AM Amerlcan Hlstory Golf and Tennls 10 1111 lt when ullele and 11111 111 -XIIIBIIL s 01X N11 Ix1111s 119111111116 t Plfuoled W1 1 111s 1111916511112 11111 often 1l11111o10us 111111 1t1xes the su111e1t heeolnes 1 SIUIN as llltelebllllg as 11 modern 1101111 AUDREY LAZEAR AB AM Latln ll and Ill Problems of Democracy Classlcal Club Cheerleaders The wso11d of CAQSII IS seen Y1WldlY thlough the OllISId11d11'1g dQSLll11l1J11S t1ar1s1111tted 111 adxallced 1 11111 bu A1188 Lazeu 1161 Ollfbldlldlllg dbll1lY and ,,16lt l1I1d9l'sIrl11dl115., 11111111 Ile! the ta1011t1 of Il1d.11X students OPALINE T MARTIN AB T ang I and ll -X uo111a11 of ten molds but 111d11Y tllouhhts Urs XIa1t111 15 a 18f16S11111f., pelsollalltx Lneetlllg the 1101111 111111 a 11ea1ef111 8111119 alld a 111111 ap111o1ch she ls lex eled 11111 lespe1ted as all expe1t te11he1 and a de10ted fI16l1d A P' MILLIGAN A B Chemlstry Physncs Projectlon Crew SCICHCC Club 11111l11L 11111101 11111 1 lellxed .1tl110s 1916 11 1 X11 Nl1111g,l11 s 41115898 11119118 t0I'Id 1 1 CIIQIIIISIIX 1-'X119Ill11P11l U1 kd1ll11dI1I1,L a 1111151118 11101119111 11e 1911111615 111s 1115898 nltll 111s se1f111a11e 1x1tt11 lN111H MAPGARET MOORE A B A M S anlsh I and II EngI1sh I Spanlsh Club 11 91 191 11 111 1 1 PI 1 111 11e 1111111111011 111 1 N1 1 1 I' 112.11811 Xllss 111111114 11111s1 1 11111111 11111s the 1191 ess 111 18 111 11111 11111 1115895 11 f111,e111111e s-1111111 ff ELINOR NALLY AB MLltt L In I Engllsh I 1u111111111e 1 1 1 1 dems 1111 11e e 1.1111 1112.9 111 1ss1st111g 11esh111e11 111 the 11111111 1191181011 011119 91115119 LIILIISII N11ss N.1111 steps 1111111 the 111.1595 111 X111.11e to 9111119111511 the 11ass11111111 MARGARET H NEWTON BS 1n Phys Ed Physlcal Educatlon Glrls Athlet1c Assoc1at1on Gurls Swlmmlng Club Bowlmg Intramural Sports Pa 1e11t11 111111111115 out 1111111 111e good 11111 1111 11111 lss NQWIOII 1111111111es e1e11 51118 11119111 1111111 1Ie1 shew- 111 s111111s111.1nsh111 111d 1111 11111 191118 1 1001 1101 te11111e1s 111 21111 111-.ses ANTHONY PECK A B M Ed Art Art Club H1 Y P tk 1111 d1 e1es11e 61 els 1 111s 111111181156 k1101111-edge and h1s 111as1e11111 111111 11119 g,11e11 111111 1eg10ns 01 1111e1este11 111d e1111111s11s111 1111101111s. 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BARTLETT N 1 +4 IlII'k Wd r Industrial Arts .r ,I P Footllull IZ. I1 Iinsfflmll I. + : 5 kv 'P ii f 4' JAMES DUDLEY HESSE -il .3 1 M .Iini .Q -if 4 College Preparatory 4 , +7 7 -5 -k F Iizasketbzill li Student Counc-il I. III I"l'PSIlIIlilll 444 I'l'OlllOlIOIl Speuker: Srmplioiiime l'i'esidenI: Ili-Y 4 2, Vice-Presicleiin 23. S9K'l'9lill'3' 43 S4-ienve 23. 4: . 4 Triad. Triadelnliizni 2. Assoriuie lfldirm- :L +, 'I'-r 'af 4+ V SENIOR "' 4 MARY MARTIN MCCORMICK A Marti College Preparatory Jr. Red Cross t'cn1nm'il S8L'I'9I2II'Y IS, Vic-e-I'resident 4: Student Council 22: Masquers 2. Ii. President 4: I"l'9SI'1Ill2Il1 Proinolioii Speaker: Swimming 1. 2. dent 43 Y-Teens 1. Cabinet 2, SI. 4: Ulassivul 2, ZZ. 41 Spanish 12. 4: Svience 41 Nature 4: Sophcnnore Sewetury-T1'ezisurei'1 Chorus 1. JAMES DUDLEY DONALD ALLEN MARY MARTIN HESSE DODGE McCORMlCK Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Through Doors of Knowledge With Hopes of College 22 II, 4: NHS Sec-relziry II, 4: Riding: 2, 33, Vic-e-l'resi- Abercromble Ambrolavlch Amos Archer, Mary Ann 1? QW! 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I ll If A 4' sf Cook Cornell Davis Defibaugh Dilmore fswv Dudgeon Duggan Dyer VERNON LEE COOK Nexn College Preparatory nd 1 Ilmx 1 CONSTANCE LOUISE CORNELL foume College Preparatory ldPll1 funn: ll If wc e Foxwn X PQUIIS., IGS ll 4 Iilf L ,, X lu x I9 ISIII el les IIII an PIOIIIOIIOII men PI XI 151111915 'P Ihespl IHS X 'l ee s lbl s Stl e P1 GERTRUDE IRENE DAVIS text Comm rclal lflelll fillllli ll 1 Teens X Im flwexleudel tho N nxmn WR" I .9-I Dlscussung posslbllltles for a class gft Don Dodge Jo Ann Fette and Gertrude Davls exam me the contribution from the graduates of 55 26 Evans Fette RONALD EDWARD DEFIBAUGH Ron Industrial Arts I4 otball 1 Truck 1 BRENDA BABER DILMORE Bleu College Preparatory d 1088 I ll IGISI 1TeenN N TIQISIIIGI JEWEL ANN DUDGEON Jewel Commercnal OIUS 1 X Teens 1 P 4 SYNIIIIllI1llg 9 XHS 4 Cheerleader 2 4 NHIUIQ 2 Secre tlrx 1ceP1es1dent 4 Alt 4 Nl ISQUGFS JOYCE ANN DUGGAN Iluggxe Commerclal LIIIIHIX 9 XueP1eslde11L4 JAMES C DYER Bimbo Commercnal nd 1 nc SXKIIIIIIII CAROLYN JUNE Carol Commercnal EVANS JO ANN FETTE Jo -Kun Commercual Buxlxng 4 NIASQUQIS 4 1 'Ieens 1 Xl ISQIIEIS I - ' 9 1' 'I I Nb, Q A A N I I , ' ii -1' ' , zz- ff ' J., 4,5 K Ba , 2, 31, 43 'l'ng II, 4. 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I A. l ' .L Q Holt Howard Huff 'iii iw lrvme Jacob Jacobs Ihlenfeld Irvln Jenn: Johnson NANCY MARIE HOLT MORRIS EDWARD JACOBS 'N nn 1 Commercnal General N In N th JOHN ROBERT HOWARD led MADONNA SUZANNE JENNI College Preparatory Num II' Commerclal I NN P ALBERT HUFF VH P um ne General Ile MARION LOUISE IHLENFELD ll College Preparatory Ill I tue es I Q H I+- P EUGENE IRVIN If-me General mx I-led lee ELIZABETH ANN IRVINE ll General SHIRLEY MAY JACOB xlmlex Commercual SAMUEL KELSEY JOHNSON College Preparatory N IIIII Susan Wnllnams Charles Hall Lynn Snyder and Morrus Jacobs stop for a brlef but Important lee N llmx chat between classes '7 Mlss Margaret Moore Spamsh Instructor makes her danly dnstrlbutaon of red pencils Deena Grablow and Paull Sprung recelve the wrltlng Implements JOHN E KAMPMEYER John College Preparatory md 1 5418119 Q uner F s Ilo ll Bel Hlzrh bnhool Hemel Pa SAMUEL JOHN KASLEY JR Sun College Preparatory liandl 2 8ISlll9l 4 lel Stkllllllllllg ' 4 ProJect1on 1 ren 4 DORIS JEAN KAUFMAN flgzles General X Teens I 2 SVNIIIII I mlm 1 tho: s Kampmeyer Kasley Kaufman CATHERINE ANN KAYUHA Cathe College Preparatory X Teens 1 2 ' 4 RIdlI'lg2 ' Pres1de11t4 'iwnn ng 2 1 Pres ent 4 rt2 5 serie Treasurer 4 Trladelphlfln Art Edltor 4 JULIA ANN KERKHOFF .Iuhe Commercial X Teens 1 P 1 PATRICIA ANN KERNS Pat Commerclal Bonllng 1 KAREN SUE KEYSER Ate College Preparatory qvkllllllllllg 1 2 4 CAA 2 Recordlng Secretux X14 resident 4 eens 2 4 Bow III KATHERINE LINDA KIMMINS Lmda College Preparatory Art 1 2 becretlrx Treaeurel +I C ISSILII 2 4 Jr ded Cr PI6Sld6IlT. 4 Student Counul 4 H 4 Spamsh 5 Pxesldent 4 FTA JI Town Nleetlng Altelnite 4 btlfel Pxlze 1 President 4 Count ll Teens H1sto11 ln 4 DONNA MAE KIRCHNER Donna Commerclal I Entered is Hlgh School Lxbrarw 2 3 Presldent 4 Bowhng 4 sophomore from C113 Junlor VN heellng W N ROSEMARY KLUSKEY 110816 Commercual eens I Kayuha Kerkhoff 'U' KK: Kerns Keyser Klmmms Ksrchner Kluskey 30 V1 '- ' . ..5:. I 'H ' , 5, 3 . " - mi , 32, V ce- ld 3 A , I , S 1' tary- ' I ' .1 ' . '- J . I., Il. 41 Hal ld 1. . ! I V D Y - - ' - - . " ' , , 3, 3 1 3 1 ' S 1 2 ' I II, V' -e-P 3 Y-T s , 3, 3 I' g 2, 3, 4. 1. . A Hal , 2, 33, 43 Hi-Y 43 S' xx Ii. 43 'z il A . . ' ' 2 y ' ' l. " C 2. C43 Trask 23 ,utered as zu senior " 1 :ver 'li 'z , 3. 3 . oss ' z 1, Ii, 1 " . '. ,N .1 4: .i'1:2,3-, I A - ' - I Uv 4 I Q v ' . , . ' ' .' li . . 1 , , o. Sa ' , , II, 43 Hi-Y JZ, Tr as ' ' 3 Sc" Ive II, - Treasurer 43 Student Council 43 'l'I'zu'k 2, II, 43 . , , . ,. , , . .. I . , . 3 , V Y . fa. l 1- , 1 1 '- .' , ,,, SI. 4: S " ning' II. 43 IAA 2, II, 43 ' . lic " g 1. 2, il, 43 Sl'l9lI'Q' -I: ' 'us I, 2, JI. Y-T 4' , 2, 3. r 8 AA .' 4 , f ' MEAE . ' N - , , 4. ' f f . EW - 7' V , 3 , , ..,,, I - . ' , L, f 4 , X , , xy Il ' 5 X I ' JAMES CONRAD KNIGHT Jllll College Preparatory SHIRLEY ANN KOEHL Shnl College Prenaratory earn l ROBERT JAMES KOZUSNIK Squeek General M Footballl ' lS I I I I I I I sl ll RUTH ANN LEASE Ruth Better to be safe than sorry IS the phIIosophy Genera' of Larry Hobbs Jewel Dudgeon and Maruon Sellw 1 N lhlenfeld as they cram for a test JAMES LEE Jdmes ALIcE JEAN LONG General Q 9015519 Ifootblll 1 7 IirmlIng -I bnteled Is I semm General from Illlllllll Hlgh School XX heelmg, XX X eeus 1 me H m ered Is I lllllllll tl llll t Il llIr,l Nllll DORIS ELAINE LEWIS A lf"'1"' H110 Ilollo CommercIaI S lllllllllll-., Il-'IS SEWIPLIIX Jo ANN JEANETTE LUCAS X Feenx l'owI tho A I0 N' exed IN IIRPISIHIIL, llILlI General 1001 I' Pl slung, pug 1 DON LITMAN Pudge BETTILOU ELIZABETH LYDICK Industrlal Arts IUU t' 1 I llllfllll ll IIEI 4 Commercml NXllllIl1lIl 1 GPIIN Knlght Koehl KOZUSNIK Lease Lee -I .mf Lewus LItman Long Lucas LydIck 31 Mamakos Marshall Mayne McConn McCready ,fl McFarland FRANCES LOUISE MAMAKOS Ifoto College Preparatory X Teens 2 51191 e IS 4 FTA g 'I111 ph III 2 ALLEN DAVID MARSHALL College Preparatory um I I 'Inlet f Sy PAUL MAYNE Paul General Illld 1 'P Practice makes perfe t' Barbara Rune Jose phlne Mozney and Shirley Naumann ponder future vocations as Miss Katherine E Barnard dictates Meek Megahan Melghen Muller JAMES MCCONN Innes Industrual Arts CAROLINE J MCCREADY I General LEO SAMUEL MCFARLAND I G neral EARL DAVID MEEK JR General ' mgectlon Clem 4 HIX 4- Filtered IS a Jun Iloln Nlellelshulz -M ldemx Nlelcex-.lmlg P1 ROBERT MEGAHAN lox College Preparatory Iootlmll I SANDRA LEE MEIGHEN Nllldt College Preparatory PT-X 0 4 S Teens 5ll9lll9 4 Pntered as x soplloufme from Athena 1,,h School Athens in S anlsh J DONALD MILLER 11011 General I' otbill I , 1 ' X ,Q , , . tp. in V, I I Q . ,L to ,s y X f . l f - , 1' 3 , ' . 5 5 K , , R X , ,4 I f , ' ' .1 1 x '- 3 ', Il, 4: .' -' 14' Il, 4: GAA Il, 4: tTIz.'si1'nl 3 Il, 43 Howling' 1, 2. Il, 4: Trizid, "Edel- iz '. Cz rol ' Allen Y-'Feens l. 2, ft. 4: Bowling' 2. 223 GAA Il, 41 Home lil' -I. Ill' A zijn' 2. Il: I ' f 'tion f'l'PW all 'Frau-k I. 2: G01 It .' Villllllillg 2. 'I'- llrd I 2 ,,,, .., 4: Ill-X 4. Em-1 ' I1'n"' I' '2 LI ' im' I I ' , -, SL 3 '- 5 2. Il. 4: Sp I., 43 in ' Q. ' ' ' . - , In '7 'T - ' , l 'O 2 . 32 CHARLES GERALD MILLER Je ix General erem 1 Institute Wheeling XX X1 PATRICIA ANN MILLER D Commercial Teens I nine en Qt um me IIIPIIIW Illl llll IUI' X911 PATRICIA JEAN MILLER ' 1 General I Teens I lim ll Pmwllnp., I THOMAS H MILLIKEN lnmh Industrial Arts Powling I SARAH JANE MINGER Slllx College Preparatory x, LA Time subscribers Herb Moore Tom Milliken and Mary Archer receive the weekly publica tion from Miss Audrey Lazear POD instructor HERBERT MOORE llexb College Preparatory IESIIIIIIII Xue 'resident Il-'Shllllll lmnm U Jeikei lf eied is OIIIUIG 1 lim +1 d an in lee s FREDERICK G MINTER lnnmi General DUKE MORRIS Iluke Industrial Arts othlll Student iounmil ered ls s 1101 1 1 1 Sm I u Wheel lll DOLORES MISSER e Commercial Muller Charles Miller Patricia Ann x3 JOSEPHINE R MOZN EY General 'I Teen Miller Patricia Jean Milliken Manger Mmter Mlsser Moore Morris Mozney 12 V... Hi-Y 2. Il. 42 lint ' l as 21 junior frcni Linsly I nt v Y- - n .2. ::. 4: Riding- 41 ll E- 41 liuwl- I ' ing 1. 41 Att d 1 Mo l Vhillllill Am j du" g f 1' j 2 '. lu '- 'I Sl. I: I' 'ns 2.21, I: Ill ne l-Iv I1 A ii :Q , " . 2. Il. 4. I .L 'wi f lf" .' z -I ' 3 1 " ti n S1 2 'Q Int ' z. an soph ', fwnn ' 'hi .lx'. Re Cross Conn:-il I: lic 'I' g lj Y." yn, 1- .Innior High School. Wheeling, W. Yu. 2, IZ, 4: f'l1m'nsl,2. F0 R 2' 3. L. 4 . ,- 3. Ent. R.. H l"cmIhz1ll 1.2.35 'l'l'2ll'k 2. 31.4, nel' ' frmin l,inc'0ln ll'1.tl ,"lo l. ' ..l' 51. W. Vu. .Io Mo l IJ I ' '- s l. 2. 1. . v G. . V . . . , . . . . . gajym-if 5 I ,K x L' - Q' 1 I .fi . S - . N .l 4, A' Murrln Naumann Neff Nelson Alma Lee Nelson Deanna Kay Neuhar Newland Nnghtengale Oates O Konskl WILMA MAXINE MURRIN XX111 General Home Lt GISIIIQI 4 8 leeus SHIRLEY ANN NAUMANN bhul Commerc1al X Teens 1 JACK H NEFF J6-It College Preparatory uenme ' QNIQIQIII 4 019 IIOII I 11 Using the dictionary in the library. Duke Morris, Judy Oates. and Dorothy OKonski consult Mr. Webster concerning the spelling of a word. ALMA LEE NELSON 5ld19 General X Teens 1 P 4 H0 19 DEANNA KAY NELSON Dee Commercial ens 1 CHRIS NEUHART fIll1S College Preparatory I I nw 1 1 If TQIIIIIS VIRGINIA MAE NEWLAND 11,,11111 Commercial ll1o111s l RUSSELL NIGHTENGALE Russ College Preparatory kethill 1 S 191119 4 JUDITH ANN OATES Judy Commercial Y-Teens 2, 5, : Nwture I. 4fAI'65IlIII'IIl Vive i'1'eside11t. DOROTHY LEE OKONSKI IDI Commercial YTee11s1.L.5. I-' " ' A.. I. :."1t1' 7 Orth Owens, Mildred B. Owens, Theodore L. Peters Pittman Polndexter Porter Davld Arthur Porter Dorothy Jean Porter Ruth Ann Prager WILLIAM E ORTH DOROTHY JEAN PORTER Uxthle lol Commerclal Commercnal otblll 1 ketblll NI gel li :sem eens 1 BOXNIXIIQ., olus 1 T lc P ntered is L sophomme tllllll NI 11115011 Iumm Hlgh Sc hool YN heellm, NX X MILDRED B owENs We RUTH ANN PORTER Genefal Ruth ndl T ons ' H General THEODORE L OWENS fed DELORES MARIE PRAGER College Preparatory Dplolew lt ooth lll li wketlm lll ll meh ll-'IN e- Genera' eeus JANET CAROLYN PETERS Jan College Preparatory 1 me 2 PT d'sfll1elS hm SIIG! ent Ollllill 4 li PAUL PITTMAN Hotlod lndustroal Arts NANCY JANE POINDEXTER X mu College Preparatory X Teens 1 " Nllgme ef Sclence 4 DAVID ARTHUR PORTER Snhnorter College Preparatory I- uk 1 Bdbketbm 1 1 T1-lad Tludelphlm Richard Rune Patrick Roberts and Carol Wood 'P gpm-L, Edltop 4 SL11de111C011ng11 7 N ll thlrsty Llttle Reds walt nmpatlently as Andy 1 4 9 S 4 Bow Stale Wel al consumes a generous quantity of aqua pura 35 . Ex A P' E lf , l A g I A . ' 1 ' Y I . ' A I Fo z 3 Bus , z . Zlllll ' 2, 22, 43 zu lull Y-T .- , 2, 223 " 1- 223 Ch ' .' , 2, IZ, 2, 3, 45 ra ik 1. I ' zu 1 s ', " . z . ' ' lla: 3 Y- e, .' Lg ome l-Iv 4. ' 1 Il, 2. , 2 Zig 1.2 alll Il, 43 Sf", ', pg' 4. Yfl' ,, .4 Sl, All Home Ev -4. . 4 f, 1 Y-Teens 1, 2, ZZ, 4: Classical 2, 22, Treasurer 4: ' . Nzt ' 232,41 ' A2,Il,-l: Mu' '.'Zl,4:K' 'us f I: ."' we 31. -l: Stud C' " 3 idiug -l. . 1 5 . l '- - , -, Ii, 4: ligand 1, 2: . 1' ' ll Il. 4: E ' ' . K ' ra ' 5 " z , I., 31 " , "z 'L 'D .' l ' ' Q l l - .., I ' ' 3, 3 I " Z.. Il, .la '- . shzl : Art -, Jig Sciem-e 45 Hi-Y Il. 3 S z 'S ' RICHARD RINE Illlk Commerclal MARLENE KAY ROBERTS Xl II e I6 General PI KP PATRICK WILLIAM ROBERTS College Preparatory PII 1 s1111I1o111o1e from III 1111111eII1 h Sahoo! P1 sbul 1 110 Wlth the ald of Dean Phyllus A Beneke Armlna HER!-ENE ROBINSON Stauffer and Janet Peters complete appllcatlon forms to the colleges of thelr cholce G e HAROLD RAUSCHENBERG Halold Industrnal Arts CHARLES J RAUSCHER Kaus, College Preparatory Nlaniger 1 BARBARA LOU RINE Pmkxe Lou Commerclal OIIIN 1 X IIPPIIN Rauschenberg Rauscher Roberts Patrlck W Robmson Herlene Robmson James E Ilezlene neral X Teensl 9 N JAMES EDWARD ROBINSON Hobs College Preparatory uketball 1 I elm Student 101111111 51161116 ROBERT LEWIS ROBINSON Im., Bob mthlll 1 h R MARY MARGARET ROSEMEIER N IIN General PIR s R1ne Barbara Lou R1ne R1chard oberts Marlere Kay Robmson Robert L Iii Rosemeaer . 1 'I 1 Y-'I' e1s 1, 2. Zi, fl: Srien' 4: II,lIllI 4. Put Ili-Y 41 I tered us 1 .' ' ' Fr: klin- NI ' 'g 1" . 'td JI' . '- : . -. ZZ. VI: fIII0l'Il.' l. 2, ii, I. x 'Q 1:1 .- f . 2. rx, 4: -Sas ZIII 2. ::. 4: T1-111111 1g .' T " 331 1' " ' II. -ll III-Y 4. Track 1, 23 Hi-Y 2, II, 43 AIRISIIIIGVS 4: B11skeLl111ll Commercial - ' - Fm a I IIIISIKQIIHIII 11 U 0l'll.' 1, 2. 22. ' ' Afli ..v Uh ' J .2. fl: '-' . Q 1. 2, II. 4. Y-'I' 91: 1.2, SI,-4: f'IIOI'll.' 1.2. ' , ' , ' R I - J .Q , , A N X ' , Q K N Q, f . A X Ii. 1' I ' v - n v ' v - - 36 Roth Sampson Saunders Schachter Schwartz ,mai Seamon, Shirley Jean Seamon Tom Seckman Shafer Snyder BARBARA ANN ROTH College Preparatory we-ns 1 ls Hpinish CHARLES SAMPSON Ned G neral RUSSELL LEE SAUNDERS Snuftx College Preparatory uk xx Klissx S ie-me I'e11111s sm 1 its ll E BEVERLY SCHACHTER ex Colleg Preparatory 11- xx 1 1 S 1e e LITA BEA SCHWARTZ General '-'P S ,L.:,': . 'l.' I S 'h ll' W' f. . SHIRLEY JEAN SEAMON S irlex' General K '-Teen: L. I : llome Ex- . TOM SEAMON TU111 General ' utlrill , L. Z. I ' I xr llt JACK ARNOLD SECKMAN General DAVID LEE SHAFER lb e College Preparatory xx lllll 1 il xx LINDA LOU SNYDER Commercial Means and extremes are explained to Tommy Hile Brenda Dilmore and Jim Robinson ad- fanced algebra enthusiasts by Miss Mary B. Winters. Correct change please' says M M Roko who IS selling basketball tickets to Myrna Strawn Dave Shaf r and Ronald Stewart loyal fans JACQUELYN ANN SNYDER Ixnn Ann College Preparatory X Teens 1 2 fho us FTA ' WILLIAM LARRY SPINDLER Larrs General othlll 1 310119111011 Lien 4 PAULL EDWARD SPRING Bishop College Preparatory Cl1ss1t112 ' P1es1dent4 Spanish Lhaplain 4 FTA4 4 H11 MARJORIE ELLEN STANTON Xing, Commercial Snyder Splndler Spring ARMINA MARY STAUFFER Amy College Preparatory Band 1, 2: Student Council 2: Y-Teens 1. Cabinet 2. 3, President 4: Masquers 2. Il. 4: FTA 2. Secre- tary 3. Vice-President 4: .Iunior Secretary- Treasurer: Nature Ii, 4: Classical 2. il. 4: Spanish ' NHS " JAMES E STEPHAN .Inn Industrial Arts DANIEL L STERN Din College Preparatory 2 4 Biskethl Tennie 2 4 Projertlon Clem Tiiid Tri ldel phian 4 RONALD PAUL STEWART Ronnie College Preparatory' ootblll 1 Bas etball 1 B1-,en 1 1 4 BARBARA ANN STONE Barb College Preparatory Ir Red Cross Counul 1 X Teens 1 CHSSICII 2 4 S nlsh F A ' 4 S quers 3 N1rePres1dent 4 Svkllllllllllg ' 4 Cheer leader 2 3 4 Triad Triadelphian 3 Trladelplnan Associate Edltor 4 Triad Editor 4 Thespians 4 Jr Town Meeting 4 VS arm ood Exchange Speaker 4 Sc1ence4 GAA? 4 MYRNA JO STRAWN Myrna College Preparatory X Teens 2 5119! me Stauffer gg? SN Stanton St phan Stern Stewart 38 .am it Stone Strawn K 4. .' . 4. X u , I 1 .' l xt Hi-Y , 3. 41 Golf 1, 2, Il, 1 ill 1, 21 A H Q' ' r . ..f.. : ' ' ml: 'z . z - . . , '. ' ' L' ' .. F 4 , :sp 'nk 3 if 1411 1. zz, 41 ii- ' . '- I . -. IZ. 43 I r 1 1, 2, 21: 24, 4. . . , ,. 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M . be if , In x . iff 1 v EDMUND G SWIGER Pdlllllllll General lf k ' If not 161119 MARILYN KAY TEMPLETON Temp Gen ral 1 X T s HOWARD THORNBURG Hou 11d Industrnal Arts 1d WILLIAM THORNBURG I College Preparatory IOTIIS 4 I'1oJerL1o11 New 11II BARBARA A VARGO Ihrh Commerclal 01115 1 ANDREW JOSEPH VARNER Joe College Preparatory otball NI ll 1:61 1 I-or 1 T ARVILLA JUNE VAUGHAN TX College Preparatory Teena l I wsu PIII X e- I ww e- N11 PIII II In s S Swuger lxkv 1 Adjustmg thelr caps In antlcupatlon of gradua tlon are Sensors Judy Watkins, Wllllam Thorn burg and Jce Varner JUDITH GIBB WATKINS Iudx College Preparatory me S1 1111111111 N not ux - S Q 511+-111s IIPIIIX IIISI NIP ANDREW C WEISAL I'omI1 Industrial Arts 1tI11 MARION ELIZABETH WEISAL Commercual N Templeton Thornburg Howard Thornburg Wnllnam Vargo Varner Vaughan Watkins Weisal. Andrew C. Weisal, Marion E. Welsgerber Wells White Wltsberger W1tt WOJCIK Wood Carol Jean ROBERT WILLIAM WEISGERBER Guber General FRANK EDWARD WELLS Creen1e General 18611111 JAMES KENNETH WHITE Kenns Commerclal .ff ,wr aj-Y '-'Nflff ,L 4.1: "-?'r1',-arf Expendmg conslderable energy Ray Yates Bar bara Vargo nd Kenneth Whlte g t to the po1nt as they sharpen the1r penclls 40 Wllllams Wunston Wood, Mazue Marne SUSAN E WILLIAMS 511819 College Preparatory 1411te1ed 'IS 1 NQIIIOI flO1ll 1i1dg..e1n00d1111,118111001 lhclgexsood N I OLIVE ELIZABETH WINSTON Betts General Ilntered as 1 11111101 from 111110111 Hlgh bc 001 XX11ee1111g VS X1 ROBERT NELSON WITSBERGER 11011111 Pommr-rclal 1 1d uvl g, RUSSELL WITT 111118 lndustr1aI Arts 1111111 Tr SANDRA MARLENE WOJCIK XX 01 College Preparatory 11d 1111019 e Home hc UI IS 4 1 Teens CAROL JEAN WOOD 11001116 Commerclal X ee-11s1 9 -1 Lhmus NIAZIE MARIE WOOD 111218 Commercial X1 XX 5? f - . gl WX . 1 i . 15 1111 2 2. 2, ', Y-Teens 33. 4: Nature Il. 1'1'eside11t 4: Chorus 31. 4 111-Y 1. 2, Cl. h 1211 1.2, 21.41 11 '1i11f 11. -1. P- . F01 1 1. 2. II. 4: Hi-Y 'lg awk 1. Sl. 4. .J ,'5'-fl '1 W H,-V -1111 ' l' , A f Q 111 1. 2, ::, 45 .f -11 ::. 4: '- 4 L ' 1111 -1 .Q 1. 2.11. 1 '- 1' 1. 2, ::, 4. ' C7111 11,5 'E . . I -1 1: 1' .. ff: f I. A' - I ,ff 'fr .1 .-.::, 1 ' 1: 1. 2. zz. . I ,f 1' ' 1 , a v ' e ' - Q ' JUDITH BERTELS WOODRUFF Xkoodw College Preparatory 1Teenu1 2 4 PTA9 Bandl 'P Bcmlmgl Spnmsh 4 GEORGE RANDOLPH WORLS JR Ilmdx College Preparatory Basketb :Il 1 2 uk 1 Premdem 4 51191119 ldellf, C 1111111 2 I' res ml III I mmotmn mexker Illlor Preslclent I5 ss S NHS X ll e Prexulent l RAY YATES ur College Preparatory May I borrow a half sheet of paper? requests 4 S, 1515911111 11 for one of Miss Bernice R Brennan's quick qunzzes RUTH LOUISE YATES Tootle Commercial X Teens 1 2 Ixxllhfllll PIKUIISI PHILIP BARON NELLIE MAY ZIMMERMAN phll flllllll College Preparatory S Teens 1 P P A ll ldettes General Woodruff Worls Yates, Ray Yates. Ruth Louise Znmmerman 41 '- Q , , 33, 3 ' -, il, 43 Clzissivzll 2, II, 4: J 2 . . il, 4: Golf 1, 2, f'a1mI,zlin II. 4: Tr: 2 I Hi-Y 2, fl, 1 ."' M II. 4Z Stl 70 -' , 43 ' sl 1 " ' SI 2 3 .lr' - , 3 Il-'Uv State 333 .' .' J I HY Football 1: Ili-Y 2, 22, 43 Golf 1, 2, IZ, 43 liowling Randy Worls of Judy W00df'Uff BS they PFCDBPC 1, 2, 3, 1 .'wimming 2, :lg as z lj Tre ck 1, . ' ' . ' I 2 .1 . . ::, 4. Y, ,A W '- , .' . L, SI. 42 "FA ZZ, 4: l'lz1s.'ir'z1l 2, 33. 41 'I' "2 A Ii, -Ig Chorus 1, 2, II, 4. A q G- N - JOHNNY WILSON Presld t I f Juniors If-F' of fd MARY ELLEN CARTER Vlce Presndent NOLA HARRIS Secretary Treasurer ROW ONE fTopJ Frances Allison Dan Amend D avld Annon John Arslam Connie Ault Judy Baker Ronald S Baker Ronny Baker ROW TWO John Banco Clinton Barr Juanita Behrens Patrucla Ann Behrens Steve R Benyo Bob Berlsford Verlyne Blddlngs Edgar Blse C! N-av K nail W? 5 ROW THREE Barbara Lee Black Connie Black Duck Black Brlan Bobes J an Bowman Edue Boyd Phllnppa Brand Gary Braun ROW FOUR Jack Bruster Clyde Burson Carnahan Ferman Carr Mary Catlett Clark Harry Clatterbuck David Cohen Lloyd Mark Q! l Mlm 42 en ' .J . lk A- . T 1, r 'J ,I , - , I In '," ?"'w - mx sk ' Z. ' 3 J . J""' L , x -' re - r 1 ,H H C4 X 5 T1-:r X- I el 5 1 all J . ,A . E A aa T 'uf :f'1" Qal. U ' "' gl J , 2 K, ' A 'a ma .,,. , . ' , Q V A I 2- - I 'sh , ' X In ' It fr ,I Q vf ,,, - A K f A ' T Q, Q f r - R . I Y 1. l.:1:f:l. ' ' . f The Year Jerry Cook Bruce Craddock Helen Craig Lillian Crossland Ronald Darrah Bernice Daugherty Sylvia Davis Tommy Dawson Robert Demerski Homer Denney Pat Di Betta Michael Draho Charles Duffy Dennis Dunfee William Edgemond Fred Edwards Kathryn Edwards Susan Eichelkraut Carol Ewing Carolyn Ewing Lou Ann Falkenstein Joy Ferguson Bruce Ferkol Margaret Ferns Jim Ferrell Bob Fisher Anita Francis Lily Gellner Phyllis Gellner Ted Gibbs David Gilmore Richard Glass Mary Kay Gowland William Gregory Richard Grimes Carole Hahne Rings for the class of 57 catch the fancy of Joy Ferguson Phillip Wallace David Annon and Susan Eichelkraut as they try their newly acquired circlets for size Sped Along With Rings and a Prom ,J ' 4 if Q 4 ws- W il Advancement ln May Mxss Catherme M Ebert dlscusses plans for th JunlorS nlor Prom wlth Wllllam Ihlenfeld Alex Lane and Johnny Wllson commltteemen ww li- vu' vs 'fi liz Q3 Nancy Hamulton Wllllam Harnll on Bull Hand Thomas Harman Jean Harold Vlrglnla Harris Joan Hnle Nancy Holmes Frltzle Horkhelmer Jack Hubacher Linda Hurley Wllllam lhlenfelcl John Jacob Kathryn Jew ll Barbara Jewett David Joel Sandra Kahle Don Kennedy Alan Kent Donna Kettler Thomas Klzlmlnskl Rhoda Kllnghoffer Dave Kraus Wrlllam Kreutzer Alex Lane Donna Laney Phll Lang Torn La Roch Charles Lazarus Barbara Lemmon Betty Lltman Barbara Lucas Mary Jane Lyons Barbara Mayer Mary Mayne I I v ' Q fy or 'f 'fm V . .2 L2 . f J, ' ' ': M 1 -4 ,K ,- -5 - X -3 4 -- R K J I ' J lf I l an 'f f 'Z 1 vi af 2 ' ' ' K' J! f ar . 5, V' ' 2- l . , V 0 ' Judy lsaly f 12 Q 1 ' A -A , ,Q 5.3 is S K if 4 . ' A M1 1 W W ' N. 9 1 YQ' .2 ,, Y-,I . . - 1 Q l 3- -sul Q ,V . .A ' ' A . X-f ' , 'fl , V I Y S l Z ' f L lf. Q - "Q ' 5' -5, rv -3 " 9, 1 LW 3 -1-1 Joyce McAllister Nancy McConn Wanlta McCord Robert McCormuck Dale McGrath Sandra McKeen Robert McLaughIln Dale McNlnch Sarah Merc r Wllllam Metzner Ph llls Muller Peggy Mulligan Helen Mnnor Donna Jean Moffltt Cynthia Moore Barbara Ann Morgan Carol Mount Nancy Muldoon Walter Myers George Nash Sylvia Neuhard Edward Nichols Cecll Nuckerson Donna Nickerson John Henry Och Charles Orth Charles Patterson Georgia Pennington Tom Petrock Nick Petroplus Kitty Lou Phllllps Peter Phulllps '56 cd 'J Brenda Kay Pollock .7 Lane Powell Joan Randolph On Moving Up Day Rlchard Bartlett Russell Watt James McConn. and Jerry Eddy mechanical drawing enthuslasts check their sketches under the watchful eye of M M Rokos . v , 1 AQ . . , P 1 ll 2 ' X ' ' ' ffv-, ' . U e 'PJ ti. V y . , f ul L. D. Moore 'sg my X ' 6 5 - 4 P ' . x' ff 3- Al' l W L - 1 . . 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J V2 3 xt :cu , . n I ' A N 1 t -15 They Tackled Their Homework Grubbmg through his crowded locker for equipment Bill Shields chats with Ted Hess before join :ng their cager classmates in a basketball workout f-.S 46 l Ruthie Rauschenberg Regina Reed Nora Lou Remke Louise Rentschler Ray Richmond Carolyn Rlggle Evelyn Rlggle Sonja Rinard Sylvia RIVIIYI James Stewart Rogers Lynne Rollins Barbara Rose Roslyn Rosenberg Nancy Jane Ross Carol Roth Nancy Jane Salmons Richard Schafer Nancy Schevhsslein Blake Schubert Mark Schwartz Patricia Sekoral Charles Semple Patricia Shafer Janice Shaw Martha Sheller Bill Shields Alverta Shook Sandra Shook Beverley Sked.l Hunter Smith William Stahnke Nancy Mae Stewart Harold Lee Stocker Marcella Jane Stoops B-tty Lou Stummeyer Suzanne Styers Warren Swlger Harvey Tennant Betty Jane Thonen Jean Thonen Sue Kay Trott Norma Tuel Joyce Turner Nancy Vanaman Sondra Van Dyne Bull Van Wle Mllan Vosvlck Mart: Wagner Phlllnp Wallace Dottie Warren Becky Wayman Sandra Wazelle Carolyn Weeks Robert Weumer Bob Wenss Jerry Wenssman Mary Kay Welch Darlene Wells Roger White Susan Wnlhelm Robert Wren With Hours o Dome Work Demonstratvng their skull to Mrs Mary Alnce Groppe Trlads Betty Lou Stummeyer and Marjann Knol lnnger speed through a typing drnll l 47 1,110 A- E '3 Q' ' V " ' . 4 L 1. kJA 4 .S Q . Q , " . . -:r A - A Z! I 3 . an W L' ffl r 5 if VM Vryk gms K. I ' 1 . . , A .5 h ,n N . , I I y lx . ' l In 1 J ff .1 . Nu ' N . ' I JOHN LUKENS Presldent ROW ONE QTopJ .Iomne AbeI'lI'Olllble Bernard Lou Albertml James Andenoro Rose Mane Apflche Nflnu Archer Conme Auber Kay Auber Judx Bardes ROW TWO Nlarthi Barnett Nlflrgdlet Betkett Russell Bell Clark Beurlen Tells Blgk mesex B111 Blalr XIWIWIII Bobes 'Nhldred Bone 5 Sophomores JULIA SMITH Vnce President CHARLES MULLARKEY Secretary Treasurer IJ I O O OOSQU-722 r-v"' 1: :9"llQ'O-,-I vEoOe::: Q CNDVIJ 55,1721 m "1 EEG: 929 asm: rf: " Q 33:55 Q: SMD gmc: :Wm '1Q3 UU cn Eco' gmc O U S35 O00 02012 FQ95 mg fD'1n: E o 52- pa -s wa' H305 F550 E-'E I 5- mag? 39" :wi 255: 51 : 3- 023? :Iggy "1 265' :USO 552 Figi 'iff D24-1 i wx 55 . Q 4 . K V i .L :gig 64' , , , ' 4 u " - l - " , C ' ' 0 . I 1 4 'V XY A' . ' A ' , " M f. - O . 'fl' W 4, 4 V9 w I ' . 'Q ,Q , ' U -N l H: - . V . , 3 ' ug-4' 48 h - . h ' -'W-, S i E. 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' '. rlvhvs F- Q '- Q f J f 11 Q I I X' I 4 K Ay X , , ' G l . I . -- qtssllyf -' .X . - . 1 L 3 . I KE , ' Q X- , V . . -- NX X ll a Deep Within the Realm O Dreams ln Class Ponderlng decapltatlon by means of the gunllotme Mary Belle How ell Patrlcla Steckel and Larry Walters llsten attentavely as Miss Carrie Kathryn Fleming xplalns the fundamentals of her homemade replica ,Q "'7 50 9 Judlth Gustkey Rnchard Hadsell Ellnor Hamill Sandra Hamilton Eddie Harman Bonnie Harris Barbara Hawkms Barbara Hawkms Fred Heasley Judy Hedrlck Ruth Herbold Gralg Hess Ted Hess James Hleronlmus Audrey Hull Wnlllam Hlll James Hoffman Judy Homburg Howard Hopkms Mary Belle Howell Jean lsaly Sondra lsaly Roberta Jane Jacob Ruth Jacobs Fred Jewell Clarence Jewett Joan Johnson Wllllam Johnson Susan Jones Velma Jones Kay Kartman Wnlllam Kennen Ann Klmmlns Mlldred Kite Marjann Knolllnger Robert Kovallck xv 9 K kid? 2 ' I I Af' an l . I . . i, 1 E on 3 'J ' ff, '0 -' A l' I 1- 5 -f ' ' 45 ' ' ' I 3, h 3-,A 4 v A I' I . A 'll Q 2 3 V, :ff is I au l- V he-'N X Q 4 ' 71 , -. 4 ,Q ff l " 1 'A' , . l , ,, L - 1 x l in 1 f ft J' -' A 31 Y ' ' . :V A af , - El 1 If 4'l.-w' l V 1 B e J 'B ' x' is 9 C: Q ' . .- xy Y , , K 5 A A . U . ' Q 1 . f Rhoda Kramer Ellzabeth Lamb Linda Lou Lazear Wllllam Leech Patty Lutman Dale Mann QQ '14 Edna Lee Marcellus Patrlcla Marple Patrncla Martino Jerome May Darrle McClelland Thomas Rlchard McGrath Jerry McKennen James J McLaln Mlchael Melghen George Meyer Arthur Muller Barbara Jean Muller Ora B Muller Terry Mlller Wllllam Miller Barbara Mooney Gerald Moore Suzanne Moore James Dale Morgan Nancy Morrls Della Jean Mozney Don Mullarkey Martha Murphy Bob Myers Jessle Myers Patrncua Loulse Naumann Don Neff Barbara Joan Nelson ,.,, Bull Nern Susan Nesbitt They Planned Thezr Week end Schemes 'B Richard Hadsell, Marlene Earnest, and Judy Homburg smlle un agreement, when Charles Mullarkey relates the trnals and tribulations of homework D1 Iii, Yr I Q ,, Q ' V u X I . V, I -,l, Ugg W, y . . . V 9 K l . 4 A f . 4 I . ' . 1 1 up . l . A -xg ' I 377 ' I x V . I 2 '- . 3 L 1 If l ' , J, Arjg . . ' . -' 5 5 I -2 ' , Q. H. J - Q3 ,. A ,e ' Y 5 A.. in f 4' -' f ' . 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At Each Sounding O the Bell Bette Ruth Grubb and Bob Peyton exchange autographs I future years The 1956 Trlad will pro vlde Memories Are Made of Thus for Llttle Reds 'ff Yi V, 5 ,J Jacqueline Nickerson Klrk Nolte Ronald Pattison Shlrley Ann Pavllack Bernard Pettit Bob Peyton Paul Piper Michael Popovlch Jnll Porter James Postlewalt Beverly Prager Bertha Pratt Mellssa Qulnn Rnchard Radosevnc Myrtle Rapp Barbara Ray Janet Reblc Barbara Reedk Eldora Relnacher Edward Reynolds Sarah Reynolds Charles Richey B II R ne Evelyn Robinson Bull Rogers Sue Rollms John Ryon Rlchard Schmalz Jack Schmidt John Schneldmuller Roemehl Schubart Carolyn Schuler Sue Seibert Linda Shafer Joe Smith Judy Smith Terry Smlth Carolyn Snyder Patrncna Steckel Charlotte Stem John Stephan Robert Storch George Strauss Bonnie Strawn Donna Jean Sweutzer Arlene Taylor Sam Thompson Tom Tlmbrook George Toth Patrlcla Varner Elleen Walden Elalne Walden Beverly Wallace Bob Wallace 14 Janet Wallace Judy Wallace Ralph Wallace Larry Walters James Walton Allce Ward Sally Ward Rosalle West Alan Wharry Jean Wheeler Marlon Whlte Clara Wllhekm Joyce Wllson Charles Wltsberger Sally Zamblto -7 Escapes Were Executed Well Adding a different note to the Yuletlde John Lukens Julla Smlth and Jessie Myers dlsplay thelr or: glnal Christmas cards that bear messages In the language of the Romans Ellen Zeh E 0? -Q4 a, TOM BIRCH President ROW ONE QTopJ Robelt Albaugh Uul Allison Gr'1ce Ann Baker Dorothx Bmkey Xvlllliifll Biron Jlne Balrett Due Bntlett James Barton ROW TWO lone Barton lick Bree Lllldl Bax tel John liedz .Innes Behrens Nlary lee Behrens Xllglllll lienwo S1ll1e Berlwford v-V K.: XY X 1893, QS A HILL Freshmen JOHN DANNENBERG Vlce President PATTY DAVIS Secretary Treasurer ROW THREE Nllnnexl Bxddmge Nancy Braden Srnndra Braden Ch arles Brand Susan Bros er man Xwllllilll Burke C1101 Bushon Karen Butler ROW FOUR Nlntha. Bsrunx Thomas liwrum lick Cnldfnbaugh Dmnn Carr Tom Carter uol fh'lIllb6!'S Thomas fhlpnmn Fred I hlpk lr v? Wd A ..' 9 .xg ' ...1 I l 1 I 1 V 1 ' 1 l ' -, ' ' 1 , v 1 u l v 1 1 1 1 Y' ' 1 4 , . , , 1 f , . , f , I , Z. ' ,.z' :.., ' z 2 Az' ' j . 2: j . ', 2, 1 .' , ' ' , ..r ,z f , I , ', , ' A, ' 'r j , z ' Cz ' 3 . J, A I 1 f , j 5 ' T ' Q ' 9' "' -' ? W 1 J -5 1 ,af , ,, if , .f.-"Q !4. X J X - gg! ' ' A ,T A 5 !- - K K I L N Q .A C' ' - xg, at . A .5 I . N . X 1, - . , tr 4 5 4 . , x ' ' V 43 ,, 5 ' ' l 1 A I La L, ' f QQ - A J 3 X 'S' ,J C ' . i ,u ' ' ,-: -a xL?1 17 1, V Vw 1 . , l T' rl 5 . 1 .. I .1 . 1 v sr , Q F ey . nity ? - , 3-" 1 -A 9 ' A D Y, -1 x -44 ' - . fx 'x ? 'I 'lf .A . A vt- A, s, - ' JN Y Z I ' to the victors belong the spoils but to Trladelphia go the trophies think Marnie Miller Vic: Hood and Dave Bartlett freshmen as they survey the tokens of Little Red achievements New Friends Rules Clear Their First Solar Year Ronnie Clark Barry Clutter Mike Coey Richard Combs James Compagnone Paul Cook Joan Corkran Linda Cornell Tom Coulter Victor Croft Carol Custer Hugh Dannenberg Nancy Darrah Bill Davis Debbie Delaney Larry Dixon Jos-ph Dobrzynski Fritz Doepken Charles Donaldson Mickey Donoghue Tom Dornon Barbara Jo Doyle Mary Beth Drawneck Allen Elliott Karen Elliott Helen Ellison Mary Lou Eppley Maria Faller Barbara Farrell Sophie Lini Feige Dale Fetherling Joe Figaretti Suzanne Fisher Ernest Flanagan Frances Fleming Mary Folmar J.- L I l Q5 at ' n I 4 il: Y-1 U-v v-1 vi ir., Hier Sandra Francis Virginia Francis Linda Fresch Ruth Marie Gantzer Holly Gardner Hazel Gatten Donald Gaus Carl Gellner Ellen Gellner James Gibson Brenda Gideon Martha Jane Gideon Sylvia Gilmore Clesta Goff Ruth Goldberg Harriett Gonter Michael Grandstaff Patricia Gribben Barry Griffiths Frank Grimes Dollie Lee Grubb Bette Hadsell William Hahne Joanne Hall Margaret Hall Thomas Hatfield Constance Heckathorn William Hefner Jean Hehr Mary Catherine Henderson Judith Hercules Linda Hollerbach Susan Holmes Vici Hood Jane Hough Samuel Hubacher x 2:9 56 From September To May John Osborne Jim Pfeiffer and Joyce Porter note with approval one of the projects of the Student Council direction markers or traffic control ' -11 - 1 i ,i'NXlJ Q! 9 C F f'. Vg-19" Taking time out from the typlcal hustle and bustle of the daily grind Sara Lang Sidney Maness and Joseph Lykens relax by reading The Trladelphlan Bill: Jo Jacobs Jean Jacobs Jerry Jacobs Edward Jacobsen Paula Jayne Jaquay Marnie Jewett David Johnston Dorothy Jones Gilbert Jones Dougie Kelm David Kerns Barbara Kay Klein Jerald Kocher Harold Korn Patricia Kozusnik Sara Lang Elihu Lebow Frank Le Pore ,J Betty Jane Levenson Marcie Faye Levin Joann Litman George Little Sally Love Joseph Lykins Darleen Malson Sidney Maness Barbara Matyja Calvin Matzke Jerry Maynard Phillip Mazur Thomas McCutcheon William McKennen Sarah Kay McNeil Leslie McNinch Sara Meyer Donna Miles 38 Qs -xu They Learned Day by Day eg, X 995 Q L. UQ fi" from the Shel They T7 Viewed the Mass Thelr puzzled expressions seem to ask Whose room IS thus? Jane Barrett and Karen Elllott have just completed what seemed to them an endless trek of the mann bulldlng 1-I S893 Q.- 5 g., tl ' 58 Bonnle Muller Josephme Muller Marnie Maller Robert Muller Vlrgmla Kay Mitchell Patrick Monahan Joyce Montalbano Gloria Moore Rob rt Moran Kay Mundle Nora Mae Murphy John Myers Freda Nash Carol Jean Nelson Judy Nichols Bonnle Nickerson Vlfglnla Lynn Nickerson Susan Nuehaus Shirley Nutter Mary Jane Nuzum Rlchard James Och Grace Orum Jlm Orum John Osborne Leland Pascoll Nell Pattuson Charlotte Paull Phyllls Pavllack Wllllam Peters Helen Petr: Jlm Pfenffer Joyce Porter Patty Pruce Ann Quarruer Dorothy Reed I xA 7 , 1.-r V 2 ' - ' . Q x IN b I . i. . e, cr, 'Q l'y S . X-1 ', A o ' V l' ' A - 4. ' l. Qi xi! .Ga Joan .Neuhart W! A. x. ,l L ' 1 v? h :Li J I 4,5 ' D x 1 , ' N ' fx - J ' as C' N' , y 'rf . . , ir V V I I ' . . r .ll 1 - li fn, . lf fl 5 P: A Xl, X . ' l-.' l "2 , ax R l Carolyn Jean Rentschler Patty Richey Marty Rine Gloria Jean Roberts Jerrold Roberts Linda Rogers George Roscoe Karen Rosenberg Richard Carl Ruhland Faith Sanford Linda Santo Albert Schneiber Karen Scott LeRoy Scott Joan Scurfield Albert Seibert Jean Sekoral Helen Mae Sheller Dorothy Shields Brenda Mildred Smith Willard South Carl Speight Carl Spring William Starkey Walter Steinman Martha Stewart Richard Harry Stonestreet Easter Ann Strawn Charles Stricklin Lance Strittmatter Ann Swallow Florence Swiger Anna May Tacey Paul Terek Karen Thomas Sarah Trach C 'J' -7 Q 4 , -S' 6, Rig .2 I Q lv-I '7 1413 I- A 9 I I Hoping Some Day There to Pass class at least for the camera appears deeply absorbed in study ' 2 Q 3 ' 1 . 3, ' ' ' 2 x I ' . yy Y ": J. f . A .. .4 3, ' A l While visions of nouns and pronouns danced in their heads, a freshman English Y I ' 5 Jolnlng In the flght agannst lnfan tlle paralysis Marty Rune Robert Weissman and Chrls Van Wle add thelr colns to the March of Dimes containers sklll ully Mentored Through Courses They Entered 3 W 244521 -:P 'S -I Nancy Turner George Tustm Sue Ann Vaal Janet Vanscoy Chrls Van Wle Teddy Vosvlck Flrth Wagner Sue Wallis Gary Walter Mary Jane Walton Margene Welsenborn Robert Weussman 4 Leonard Wells Joyce Wheeler Llnda Whlpkey Beverly White Jlm Whlte Linda White Loretta Wllfong Tom Williams Larry Wullson George Wilson Vlrglma Wllson Mary Wmesburg Charles Wutf Roxle Yahrlmg Karen Yoor Harrlet Zimmerman ffaflons 'fr FIRST-YEAR JOURNALISTS-First row fBottomJZ Gustkey. Marti NK'ag1iei', Dorothy Brown, Ilanny David Gilmore. Suzanne Styers, Ronald l7Zll'l'2lll, Stern, Marti Mc-Corniick, l-larry Clatterbiic'k. Joy Connie Cornell, Myron Gessner, Polly Cannon. Joe Varner, Janice Sliaw, Ted lless. Second row: Judith lferguson, lluri- Griffiths, liarhai'zi lleinnion, Helen Minor, Kathryn Edwards. To Pen Their Views Took a 'Nose or News' With ads to make up, information to gather, stories and headlines to write. deadlines to meet, and proof to read--all of these and more every three weeks-the work of a first- year journalism student is never done. Working under the perfection-seeking Robert H. Porter, each journalist must also sell The Triadelphian, be the Little Red paper boy, and assume the responsibility of collect- ing from advertisers. During this school term, in addition to the regular four-page publication. the student body also received three six-page editions and an eight-page paper at Christmas. Journa lism. however, is not all work and no play for during the fifth period. the halls often ring with hilarity from Room 216. "This will take inspiration plus perspiration," stresses Robert H. Porter as he leafs through "The 1956 Triad" dummy with Associate Editor Kay Bullard and Editor Barbara Stone. 62 ,Q .sC"P ff-P-K' -fl, Armed wlth red penclls and copy Jour Dorothy Brown and D3VId Gllmore read of The Tr1ade1ph1an nallsts proof From the flrst lmportemt announcement of The dummx IS 11n,1115 eomplete' to last H11l'lUt6 lnstructlons concernlnv xeurbools dls trlbutlon The Trmd stuff reslded 1n constant state of hubbub Wr1t1nf1 eutllnes 1nd eopx INOLIHIIHU vlos sxes xmtehlnff word count wer11x1n0 names te11e1n0 subscrlptlons and 861111117 ddwertlse ments were 14111111 1r dutles to the slxth perlod oeeupants of Roo111 X07 'Numerous juunts to the pr1nt shop hundreds of eonsu1t.,1t1ons .md sever 11 perlods set e1s1de for p1eturet1k1nf' eontrlbuted to hequent and neeess1rx sehed L1tt1e bx 11tt1e the 11e11'e1SS6C,1 st 111 sem The 1956 Tr1.1d take ns present form Envruvers proofs prlnters proofs und myrmds ot t1n1 but necessxry det.111s have all merved lnto the f1n.11 product Coupled mth I116I1C.Ll1OLlS work and expended energx wus the Sel1lS1elL tlon of a job well done Perspzratzon Flewed but the lnspzratzon Showed 'TRIADHTRIADELPHIAN STAFF F1rst row fBottom5 N11s.111 1111191 1t111ut 1111111211119 A1111 1e11111111 11111 1141.1 Ntone hm 11111141111 Second row 11981141 Kf1.1111o11 Xhss 111111911118 XI P11611 11011911 11 P01191 lmxe 11o1te1 f-sa.. -f k A L - 'Q 'A c .' l r " , , , 1 . 1 1 1 11 '- , c ' ' .- c 1: " , Ek" .'. V' i ' - I - V .1 V' - 1 ,. I 1 -1 ' v - sf '1 ' ' A ,- , . ,. ' ,Q c K V ,K ' , ' Z .3 is x .I . .f .HAQ . . ' , L . 1 . ' F w s 1 Y 5 ' .1 - 12- . . " V 1' 1 3 1' i 1' 1 -- V ' 1 - 1 ' - f 1 ' 3 ' 1 1 1. 'MF' ' , e , . . 1. C ' 1 I x v-x 1 ss 1 1 - s 1 ' L ,.L . ' . ule chanves. C' ' V l 1 1 - - A Y' -1 1 " , ., , L . . - , , . C . .17 .1 .9 I V I , Jw If 1 l 51 1 r h I e Y ' ' 1 ' r 3 1 y 41 3 -1 ."1 -- I X . x . . A All 4 5 I ' 1 ,. ' r 1 I ' Q, ,I , X "1 1 ' 'Q 1 ,' ' 6,1 Servme as Lrttle Red levlslators the Stu dent Counul was headed bv Errol Colley presldent Harry Clttterbuelt vice presldent Dave Porter mtrshal lNor1 Lou Remlse seeretary Aetlnfv as sponsor and treasurer xx IS Mrs l ons Grubb Members of the mmlature Government at tended conelaves ll West Llberty State Col lege and Jacksons Mlll The Councll avaln afforded Trlads a Coca Cola vendor a pencll machme a Student ot the Month and a pro Gram of noon dancmv Tr1dels Councll uded the Masquers fman clally m the JCQUISIIIOD of new llghts for the stage The eroup tlso purchased a plcture for Prmclpal W J Farmers offlce Its an nual banquet ln May termlnated another year of splendld service Up the End and Down the Middle Student Council Traffic Riddle STUDENT COUNCIL Flrst row fBottomJ J Peter F HBISIQY K Edwards Nl Gessuer C Ewmg S Jones J B'1r1ett W Ihlenfeld S Amos J Rogers Second row S Holmee R Hadsell Nhs Lols Grubb R Wolls L KIIIIIIIIHS E C01 lex R K1 imer L Cornell Thurd row H Cllt telbuek J Xaughan NI Schwartz IJ Porter J Osborne N Remke S Kasley . 1. . X .k' I - t . C. .. . 1 1, 1 11. . , if . . 1 sf - - 1 . 1 L . . . , ,, , , .,. r , , . L , L . ss 1 1' 1- - - 1 1. . . D . . , . Lf ,. ., , . ' f: , 2 , ' - , . : 1 1 '1 11 1- 1 1 ' 7 s H ' C' C' . .4 . '. 'Q 1 . ' . L . . ' t 1 L- .14 I 1, . . . . 1 1 - 1 1 - 4 I 1 . 1 I ' 0 I O I - . .. '. . v 1 ' ' A 1 1 . , .. , , . , . , . 11 1 r v w V v 11 ' I 1 3, . c D, . ... , . ,, . c , . . 1 . c 5 1 1, 1 K ' , 1 y 1 y ' Ay 1 141 ' YA y 1 , 1 n 1 v v . . . . , . , ,1. , . . 'k Ahhh' iii? ' wg f-nf! X ' gp 19, A . A n t sf, Q 'ax' ' JL NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-First row CBottomJ: Janice Gonter. Kay Bullard. Carol Hone. Second row: .lim Hesse, Connie Cornell. Marti Mt-Corniick, Randy XVU1-ls. Third row: June Vaughan. J. W. Cochran, Jewel Dudgeon. Armiua Stauffer. Miss Adda I.. lbuulap. Membership Reserved for Those Who Deserved Leadership. scholarship. service. and char- acter are the basic requirements for member- ship in the National Honor Society. Triadel- phia's chief honorary association. Be Co-sponsorcd by Miss Adda L. Dunlap and J. W. Cochran. the NHS was composed of I5 per cent of the senior class and 5 per cent of the junior section. Meeting every second and fourth Friday. the society planned and carried out projects for school betterment. Endeavors included the NHS's "Thought for the Week." bulletin boards in each study hall that contained thought-provolting adages: the sale of red and black Triad rosettes: the typing ol' schedules for each classroom door: the spring induction ceremony. fore changing the cards. June Vaughan and Jim Hesse ponder over the "Thought-for-the-Week" pro- ject of the National Honor Society. 5 Masquers presented "The Other Shepherd" in Oglebay Park's Pin.-:room as a part of Oglebay lnstitute's Christmas observance. Polished and Clever Was Every Endeavor Meeting the second and fourth Wednesday of every month, members of Tridel's Masquers and Thespians gained invaluable experience both backstage and behind the footlights. Directed by Miss Mary A. Erskine. Mas- quer productions for the '55-'56 term included "The Other Shepherdf' which was presented as a part of Oglebay Institutes Yuletide pro- gram and as the annual Christmas assembly. MASQUERS AND THESPIANS - First row tBottomJ: M, Gessner, K. liullard, J. Fette, L. Schwartz, Ii. Stone, M. Ililenfeld. M. McCormick, C. Cornell, F. llorkheiiner. P. Milligan, F. Heats, ley. Second row: li. Saunders, T. Tiinhrook, N. Comprising an evenings entertainment. two one-act productions were "Early Frost." origi- nally an NBC Television Show. and "Cleaned and Pressed." a comedy. Aided by the monetary means of other Little Red organizations. the dramatic group of 30 members furnished spotlights for the stage. A picnic concluded the year's activities. Hamilton, IZ. Mayer, N. Sc'henei'lein. R. Kling- hoffer, N, Harris, li. Reed. C. Cohen, Miss Mary A. Erskine, G. Braun. Third row: A. Stauffer. Ib. Grahlow, J. Ibudgeon. P. Cannon. J. Ryon, E. Colley, C. Rauscher, S. Eichelkraut, J. Peters. JUNIOR TOWN MEETING-First row fBottomJ: Carol Hone, Iiarhara Stone, lirrol Colley. Second row: .I. W. Curli- 'I , . . ary A. Erskine, Linda Kimmins, Connie Cornell. Questions Came Through When They Stated Their View 'Youth Speaks Its Mind' Comprised of a senior panel of six. the Junior Town Meeting of the Air chose "Should We Disarm'?" as the pro-and-con discussion for this year's broadcast. Miss Mary A. Erskine and J. W. Cochran advised and directed the participants. A Recorded in a special assembly on Oct. 26. the program was aired the following Sunday through the facilities of WWVA. cooperating with Oglebay lnstitute and Bethany College. This year's participation marked the tenth anniversary of the series, Errol Colley and Carol Bone share the podium and discuss their topic, "Should We Disarm 7" In addition to their appearance before the Triad population and their subsequent broad- cast. the panelists presented their three-minute speeches at meetings of the Woodsdale P-TA and the Womens Association of the Vance Memorial Presbyterian Church. LIBRARY CLUB-First row fSeatedJI Brendan C'z1nnon, .Ioan Ilile. Carolyn Sl'llll18l'. Linda Lou Kay Pollock, Joyce Duggan, llonnu Kirvlnier, lizizezlr, lieverley Skedel, Sziruh Mercer, .ludy Carol Ewing, .Ioyc-e McAllister. Wilma Murrin, linker. Susan Wilhelm. Bliss Surah F, White, Jessie Myers. Second row fStandingJ: Polly A. , L. , ',. , . y . , , . , . ' -s . . . L l 'f C . . . . ' . H ' . fx . X 1 C s A- ' Q - C ' ' ' de' ' as an 68 With Scruttmzlng Looks Numbermv I6 the members ot thc Library Club met every second Tuesday Under thc sponsorship oi Miss Sarah F White thesc book lowers attended alter school sessions th it featured book reviews by members and in structlons and discussions in the use of the card catalogue and the Readers Guide A party welcomed the Christmas season and the Group trimmed a tree that enhanced the appearance of the Library several days in advance of the Yuletlde XclCdI1OI'l A picnic concluded the ii S6 calendar ot events Semi annual tasks ot these enervetlc lassics are the dustmv ot books and the scrubbmv ot shelves To bc elwlble for membcrshlp a Girl must have completed one xcar ot xxork assistant to Miss White They Dusted the Books Complying with the requirements of their duties Triad Library Club members Donna Kirchner' Joyce McAllister and Judy Baker wield the dust cloth GBZIHQ at some of the captured anc preserved SpCClI'I'1CnS of the lnsect world Susan Wllhelm Ollve Wln ston and DOttlP Warren feel re lleved that thelr SIX legged frlends are under glass Nature Spoke neath the Mlcroscope Orlflnlfed to ere.1te lreelter lnterest lll the out ol doors Trldels N IIUYC Club offered outdoor enthuslelsts .ln opportunltv to explore te lelnvdonls ol e1IllIllellS lefretelb es .lne lll1l'lCFdlS Meetlnf' bl montlllx ln the homeroom of J C Bulltlrd sponsor the nlembers plfllel pelted IH velrled qulffes und dlseusslons Two of the leurs lnost OL1ISlll1dlUl' prowrtlllls ln eluded ln lddress bx Cleorve H Breldlnf' UCb1V Pelrle nlturllllst .lnl 1 c ll o e Hess Greenhouses elnberslllp lll tl IS 0I'l'elllIlf.l lon v1.ls lted to W0 une so NNIJOILN ITOIS NATURE CLUB Flrst row CBottom3 IH XX lllSI1lll Secon FOW 1 F I tll 1, 'k senlors were ellglble Seleetlon VMIS btlsed on the slneelltw ol ei theme th lt st.1ted the reel sons 1 e lndld lte wlshed to beeonle lfflll IICLI xxlth the elub Il lll 4 lf' FOW Us 9 l llll HH l ll I , . -2 'fax s sf x L sf s ' 5 ' s A .- . X ., ml . .. 1 ll fc f ,k . . ' . Q . . ' .' Z . '1- ' X L L FI J' 4' Cx . " l C. O51 ld " L ".' L L IDL' flllx . 'X"' '. "1 'I' ' 3 ' 'inf X' ' Z ' X '- Mr . ' I ln 3' 'fl' " . QL 'l 'L X X " 'l All lim' ' f . ' I pl 1 -llll and ' l ' . - ' Z .l, l'1-ta-rs. lllllllill. S. S+-llll-l't. S, li yer. N. SU'WlIl'l. J. XXVIII' .l. Yllllllllllll. tl. l-'11l'1lylf1l. .l, 02111-s. S. llzlllllllllll. k' s, A. Stzlllft'-11 Th' d I Al, lil-lll'illgel'. S. l". NYlllle-llll lt. XYlll'l'1lll. S. Willle-llll. .l. XY1lllIll'f'. lilvlill. Nl, llzlrllett. KT. .XlllJE'l', ll, Ilellts4'llll1l'. K. li. Zlfll. S. lfllx, ll, ll: kills. 0. " .' . d I:llll2ll'll. S. Alll M. AIl'f'0l'llllI'k. .I. le llix l'. : .l. l'. l:llllEll'Kl.-I. lllllllvllll. lP.0'K1llskl.N. fill llll. ll. ll' Vll. Nl. Wzglle-l'. .l. S1l'tl, ll. Prlillrlext -1', ll. .Xll"l'4'I'llllllIlb', V. ll llle-. .l. HUllIl'l'. li1'.llll+-l', Al, lllw-4-lleltl'll. N. Xll!l'l'lS, ll, Ros- llPI'2, S. IQIIIIIU, .l, l:Ilkfll', li. 1 1 ' if l i 4- 0 0 . if H . - 69 CLASSICAL CLUB Flrst row fBottomJ 1115: I' ll0l'kl1E1Ill9I M C xlter' N Remke 11111111 T 011911 N 1 81l9ll9lll 9111111 tx ers I ' BI S I 1 11k R lsl 11e1 1 1 111 100111 1 l A S1111 ed F 111 1 111 I I3 S xex X ss X llltfhllll XX II1 Ield Thlrd row Nllss -XllllI9W Lweu N Holmes 111 1 1 I NN '1tk11s 1 1ell 1 N lllllk X ng, I XX e1ss111111 Fourth row te1I1u1k J Nell N lllffbllllltk NI Ihle11 Xl Ar1l1e1 lt llOS9Illl9l,, Learnzng and Decorum Were Part o the Forum WhIfl1H'7 leases .1ld Home spun .men as the Classlml F .1 xx hlslxed throufrh unolhel year ot bl mor 11ly meetmvs COHVCIIIFIU Glrls Study H lto 11 Latm Forum the OFUHHIYLI tlon was syonsored bv 'Vl1ss Audrey Laze.11 7 To be ell rlble lor membershlp 11 Latm stu dent must hawe .11qu1red .1 mark of A at the en1l of h1s hrst veur or .1 B at the completlon ot hls thlrd semester of lunvuave study Famous mottos and .1 QUIZ ln mvthology ehallenfred Latm puplls to put thelr knowledge to IX ork A book renew The Roman Wall .md a dlscusslon of the trlumwlrates rel101on revlwed the customs of. the anclent people Held at St Marks lutheran Church Elm Grove the annual banquet 1n old Roman style Loncluded the term s All haul Caesar' exclalrn Barbara Roth Nancy Schenerleun and Jean Thonen Classical Club mem bers as they en rgetlcally glve the Roman lord has perlodlc cold cream cleans1ng - ' : V, 111ej '. lions. E. Hzlmill, . " . '. len- Ew' , '. ' ', . , T1 ' , . Il. ' . ' : . . 2. 2 '. Wah' 1 , J. h , .'. S'h ' ' . P. 1 " I'. Sek ':1l, IS. Stone, ll. IJil1111'e. .. '. '1,'. C. S. S ,' .. let 's. J. Woo1l1'11ft', L. 1l1'1XVkll'lZ, l'. C11 '1 , N. l'l2llIIlll0Il. .l. Smitl, F. .Iz 2 os, M. Plz ' . . "al ', M. Quinn, N. Zi1111e1' 1111. .l. llupp. M. V: "l19I'. .. ' z , : ll. Vznughun. S. Rollins. Second row: ll. KQ1l1l6lly'. XV9llIl8l', IJ. Cohc-311, R. Sz11111de1's, G. llI'2lllll, ll. XV. M- , ' , T. Ault. S. Ei1'1elk1'z111t, . . S: ITe1'. Flat ' ' . . .' .I. . :T ' '- . . . , feld, Il. Re . ,. I3 jd. S. W'll1el , J. lile, . Stlllll' . , 1 ' ', '. r "". ..k zxsl lx. xx.:-. . ,.A-- - -I :,,. , C ,.' 5. A J , 1 bb I 2 l 1 . . h . 4' - . .v . S 5- , ' h r h h i I f ' 1 1 ' . . ul r. A , 'rl V! L' I 9.- 4 ,. It 4 i AL .Im ,yi- X f 1 .X . v v . ' 70 SPANISH CLUB First row fBottomb C Nloore N Ross X Holmes NI Wagner X Schenellem I Thonen I Stone S Euhelkrlut I Ilommr I Bone li Rosenberg, Nlxss Nlareuet Home Second row S Nlerghen L KIIIIIIIIIIS 'N Ilolt C Xlllli Us mer Ihlenf NICCOI'I'IllCk S Xxllll rms IJ C r llo XX Nlefortl Stautte-1 I xx Xloodl Third row klll's st J es n e e From Sunny Spam Therr Knowledge Came Se declara ablerta la SCCIOU' Trrdels Senors and Senorltas traveled ex tenslvely throuvh Spamsh spealtlnw lands V11 the highway of lIlldglI121lIlOI1 Programs ln eluded .1 funded tour of Madrrl the capltal of Spam an excxtmft afternoon at a bulllwht C' an a typlcal Christmas celebration ln the land of flestas and slestas OHICCFS for I956 l9i7 vsere elected and installed lt the velr end banquet Any Sp tmsh student who obtalns an aver age of B or more IS elwlble for member shlp 1n thls organlfatlon that IS sponsored bw Mlss Marffaret Nfloore lnmatlon 1 senn annual event IS held nt the bLUII1IlII1U o each semester Llndr Krmmms Marlon Ihlenfeld nd Sandra Mewhen serxed as 0fl'lCLIS 1n ii 56 Its Greek to us thunk Luttle Red observers as Llnda Klmmms wrlteg an announcement In Spanlsh on the blackboard In Glrls Study Hall -' 1 . .' ",.. "'z .l2lJNV, . . '. , . ' ' ' . A, . ' " '. '. E 'ine .l. ' 'uff. ' : .. , 1. .' , 'c 'z . .. I J. Wat ' .', Ii. Roth, L. Rent: -hler, I'. SIl'lllLI, I-I. 1. , . J 'f, , . ' 'fs' . ' . Collg, lt. lludsell. Ii. Va Wi , t'. Porn ll. Ci. : . 'f , . ' ' . Y. Grover. U. Roth, S. Jones. N. Alfflllllll, N, Sllllllllllh. Kai' z. S. Am M. Art-I . M. eld. Al. t I .A -I ' V. C 1 . .2 . . . I . . . ' . - V L K V l. A1 I i il- . 3 ' 1 'k Q f A ' , 1 " " ' ' 'Ci' 1 , ' ' . 1 fr' ' C f U l X .Q 1: 1 .',r,, A 2 I ' X . at ,XV 71 Formal 1nd IFIIOTIII 1I danees panel shows Chl'lSlllldS entertamlnv a doll d1spla5 1 f sl 1on show Uuest speakers and a plax we1e all a part of the Y Teens var1ed provram for the tear Carrxmf' out the theme The YTeen Bookshelf M1ss Adda L Dunlap and lVl1ss Mary B Wmters managmg ed1tors and n11na Stauffer ed1t0r1n chlef produced I4 magazmes or pmgrams F1rst on the l1st ol llId0dZlI1LS to be pre sented was The Y Teen Bookshelf 1 re VICXN of the wears aet1v1t1es I-ollow1nf1 the 1n1t11l pro01an1 a party was held IH the eym for the fresh1nen and fo1 prospeetne Y Tcens YTEEN CABINET FIFSf row CBottomJ Nllss Nlau I5 XXIIIIGIS -XIIIIIIII Stalllte-1 Nl1ss Add'1 I Dllllllll Second row June X111gl11n QIIZIIIIIB St1e1s NIIIX Ellen QITLGI' LXIIIIQ 110111115 Lalol Bone Fd1e Bowl Susan Fnhe-lk1111t Jean Thonen NI11't1 NIICOIIIIIIR COIIIIIE COIIIQII Janlce Conte-1 C1101 Fw1ng., SENIOR YTEENS Frrst row IBottomJ C 1019 N9lgl16II t L hen Grablow NI Grlrx Forsch NI Ar1he1 .I N10 nes P NI1lIer D Nelson f0Ht6I I Iew1s. K KQXSGI 'XI NI1Co111111k 1 11111s cond row A t uftel H1 111s 1111 IRC 1w N 1111 lll 1 QI l'11s s e s e e1s X rn Is ISI Crmolmes Rustled as Thlrd row R An1b1oI111th S Koehl D K1Uf111HD NI -XIIIISIIOIIZ A 'Nelson J Binkew R Le'1se NI XNe1s1l C fldGOIl A F11end L Schwartz L Snvder I 511Xd61 I Iludgeon C DRYIS P C1nnon K Bul Ind R I31111ow5 G Abe1'cro111b1e G FOICIWCQ J Fourth row l NIIIIQI I Ke1kl1oft S X'll1lll 11111 B JII9 I N Arche 'Xl Icse IIICIQI Rolnn IJ O Kons 1 e ll 11 101 X 'lI5.,0 xenb 111 I1 II X xllllllll 7 EW Z1 ' 2 . ' 2 ' ' ' 1 .' K . ' " ' C. ' ' '. L 11. 1- f 5. .. C 5. K. , . t A , , , d, , . , f . - 5. . C , f . ' 1. - ' ' ' Af- T I- N- :Cr gk- 3- . v, , N . , V, C , . . . .Z CM . 4 ' . 6 J '- YI A zf' J, " Y.. ' - -' 5.51. ' Z.. , S. .I' .1.'o ,lJ.' ',.. f,',S. f . . . .. ,s ' -. 'f--1 1'-' 1-7' 1-.1 j"u"' ' ,.. ",,g ,. . Ihle11feld. IZ. Sc-l1z1t'l1te1', I.. KIIIIIIIIIIS. F. Cornell, S. I3l'0l'k. II. PVSIQGY. N. P0i1ld9Xt91', M. Jelllli. S. AIIIOS. W'Il'z Se I .. S 21 " ', .l. ltk' lf, : '. . ' -, .. ' ', . X. 1 , , M: z J. 1.111-us, G. G1-o1'e1'. M. Str: '11, Zim- Str . 3. I7fllIl0l'9. S. l11'0W11. Al. . ' r. . . Us - me' z . S. Mil tr '. .I, Oates, M, Rolmerts, E. 1 .'1'l1. ' '. S. Wojvik, ll. ' son, . ' ,'k', M. L. llz11'1', 0. Wi11.'t.o11, Ii, Hill , .I. Xvllllglllllll. S. .Iz11'11I1. G ,I 'i'2e1'. C. W1 I, J. lilz1skovi1'I1, B. I. 'f , L. R. Yates. A. I,o11g,.l. P t J. Vood IT. C. '1-'1l1z1. Ili.: z . E. Irvine, N. olt, V. . . I 2 the Pmeroom Bustled In early October wlth the provram Path flnder new members were accepted and old Y Teens honored at a serlous reco0n1t1on SCFVICC October also provlded the lIldQd7ll'IL Readers Dlgest featurmf' Mrs 'Vlarls Trach In a number of humorous readmvs Internatlonal News placed Sonell Lou1s Tannous 1n lsraelltc and an cxch1nUc stu JUNIOR YTEENS FIFSQ row fBottomJ I XI11 e ' s S IIIIIIIQXQI 9l'lYlllIj.,lOIl A Shook X Remke I ' 1 011911 I XXIII TIIH X S1he1 11 11ds I ' 1 ex L 1 1 IOfIltf P NI111 I3 li R 111 then Jet 1lke stem H1h11 If l'l0lk I9 e1 Nlax 1 X II C rossl 111d IJ X11 kerson S XX1lI1elm Thurd row I Thonen I Turner B Skedel .I li llldlllllh I Rolllns lld0OIl II S NI1 Keen Nancy Mae St wart Mart1 Wagner and Nora Lou Remke select a sultable readmg from the Buble for the devotlons at a Wednesday YTeen meetmg dem at West llbertx State Collcvc m thc perlodlcal spotllght tor a CIUCSIIOII and ansvxer provram on the customs ot Israel Because of the observance ol Veterans Dty L1ttle Reds recelved a one dav xacatlon Nov II 'md the Y Teen formal that cvenmu was Ip propnately cntltlcd Hol1d1v N 1 NI IP se ll We s lo 1 lN e Jllll Ke 1 111 1 1 P11 1 Ill s 9 -1 Xl 'IYIII mons I ect I W oole 1 orc NI 51161191 ot ll eec Stoops ll Kosenhet xers 1 h row 1 o 1 II11 s 1 Ild I s s Xlllvlll 1 -X 1 -J' Y- 'Q ' ' I -xl . - k- , A- ' I A C ' ' C 4 . h- P- B- , , I .1 is N 'L ' H. ," , ' - X-ll 4 - . h. ' 1 , 1' 1 ' . l . " 5 1 - ' ' 'e 'y "iz- - - ' I 5. . 2-'l1f'. I,:11wy. .I. I4'111':11.'o11. N. Stewart, II. lHlllQll9l'Ij'. I' J. Hil . K. ll1iIlip.', P. Sl1z1fe1'. II. .'t1 j '. G. liotl. I.. lif-11t."ll r, K. Jewell, Il. Ros ., . ' Il: P ' ' , , 1' , ., 3. l,l21'k, ll. li. l yd. .l. Nl'All'.'t1', C. Alt t, ll. ttler. S Th . T. E " 3. Y. IIz1 S' lPI'l6lI1. li. Ri 'l' . S. I'1i'l1elk1'z111t, NI. Wagner, P. ra nd. II LQIIIIIIOII. S. Kuhle. N. IIz1n1ilto11. Second row: K. Minor. Fourth row! S. Wazelle. li. Pollock. N Ed '1 ' .. Shaw. J. lluker. L. II1 rl li. ll '1 s. lI1l es. N. Itosf, C. We-k.', N, Tuel. li. lj 1111. N IJ. B " . 1. . 'g11n. P. Ili etta. . 2 s' I S111 2. Jew ' . Al. f'a1'te1'. I. Miller. P. .lilligan L. F: ns ' , U. 2 e, '. ' I im '. II. . je: C. AI ' . .l. IIz11'ol1l, W. Ml' 'l, . . 1' P IJ, X'a1r1'e , S. lli-?l'i'9I'. li. llerhold. S. Van llyne, I.. Sek 'z . li. It I. AI. 1' . 1 '11, S T . . . " . ' I .. Stgfs. F'ft : Il. KII1 gh tfex N. 1 'ri.'. S . -. ' '. , S . . 1 , .. ' Kilt ' . 3. l,yo11:. NI. XYPll'll, M. l4'e1'11.'. I". 1 . C N. M1 . . Litman, P. Gellner, S. . -' . Il. Alll . . . FI'2llll'lS. S. In vis. 73 SOPHOMORE YTEENS Flrst row CBottom1 B s 1' ue A Ce1111er 'VI Depto S V11 FIIEI X 5. H111 Il Yl07I1GY IJ Dolnz 11 S 111198 I Nhlson Xl Ra cond row N li0ll1IlN I F k I '1 S 1te M Mh1te 111 F X 911 F C011 11111 1 C llllelt S Moore S C111pe Thard row S 591lI9lI M I1ee11e1tc11 I Ha11k111s A Is1111111111 leh NI 21111111 M sh 11 P11119 SCFVICC for others 1111s en1ph.1s1zed 131 The Chrlstlan Herald when three groups from the orgf1n1L11t10n entertdlned durlna Cl'1l'1'sll11 IS at the Altenhe1n1 Home the Fr1endsh1p House and the Woodsdule Orphunave Fuwors were made for h0sp1t.1' pat1ents and orph ms True Contessmns re111a1ned the seeret 111 three Trlad Y 'leens unt1l 11 panel th ll re sembled l1e Got .1 Secret uname ed the mystenes to the 6111011116111 ot the 11ud1enet Jack and J1Il an 1nlor11111l dame prowed more profltahle for Iudt than lt d1d for .l1l' T e theme 1111s the f'1r1 must pa1 and she dld' Parade presented Mrs E A .len mngs and her larve d1splc11 of e1er1 lllhlglli able kmd of doll FXXlHg R Kr1mer S Jones M 11111111111 C Auber C 111 R Clnk K Ixa1t111111 R S llllllll F lllll Jlllf., 1 Is 0 er K0 lOll1lS01l Fourth row I Slllllll -X XX 111d S Xeslntt s kex es P Nl1rt111 161 1 er I J 160 1111 S 0 Hee '11 ex Fnft row 1es .I elm Il 15101111 K -Xuber P Xlllllll 1 1211 111 I SChu1e1 S ll9Xll0ldS L lllllffllllll I QUSLQI If Il9lI'l'Nh8l Sprzngtzme Vzew Sue Selbert Bonnle Custer and Margle Greeneltch peruse the y ars events as recorded 1n the YTeen yearbook 111111-1.1, 11. 112.11 - . .. 1 ' , . . , . irdl Sm' .' .31 - , f " 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 lilif P. V21 '. .'. Morris, . . ' , , . . . - y - .I. 1101111 'f. Ii. SITE Wll, M. 'Il lling . N, S- tt, .I. ski. S. I:s1111', S. Fox. M. E1 ' st, .. " .' , . . 1111. . : . : .. S ' .. . " ' . .' S ' . Se : ' ', oo . 1. I,aze.1', .I. W11l- .I. Gust .I. Bard S. Pa1'1l111'k, . . 1 ' o, N. 1111'e, .I. M'111l:11-e, Ii. Mwst, I.. till! ' r. . . ' ' . B. A.1'l'l '. lt. .I111'oh, C. Snjd . 13. Huy, i. 1 - hs, M. G1'11I1lJ, S. lllilllilltlll. S. Zlilllljilil, P. Marple, C. VVi1- Kite. .I. Myers, P. Steel-tel, .I. Porter, M. Howell. .I. hel . .. X'11lt1 . ,. XVZllCl91l. P. I.it111:111. E. 1 '1011. S111' , li yer, II. d, O. .l'l1,'. ' h Z Y. E, 1,1 1. 1. 1' '.S. . . . ' . ' 1 .Im .Ii . ' '. .. . ..'1 1n1. 1' ' '. . . 1' ' , I. ' ' J, -. " ' S, M. 'll . T. S' ', . Q J, '. li ' 'k, E. Z , . .C ' , . . 1111: , E. Girfe , M. 11 ' tt. M. 2, ' f ', I. ' . ' '. . Q W- 4 J N - YQ Y - , I. 1 1 nn, L L -l . V .5 - ' .F ' . ' . 1 .FQ 1 ' " 1 - ' 1 1 ' - 1 E 1 . A . A C . . . 1 - ' 5 ' 1 1 2 ,- I r 1 x f 1 "i' A. h ' ., 5. -- t , 5. 1, , 7-1 FRESHMAN YTEENS First row fBottomJ S F11 more NI Ilrfxwnetk C ltentsthler Ii XX h1te S Trath L Cornell S Xieh 111s K Itosenbeig I POILQI S 111t1s S ord rk11n e111 1 H1dsell K NI11ncl1e 's Nleyei Il Xhles C, Ii11sl111 N Nlurphs S IIOIIIIBS Second row I I'.1s1l1tk Is er Nl XIIIIQI .I Q IJ Crt 1 Hough I eltl S011 K lIlt76l' I rton T Xosxuk R Col ll 91,41 I! I1col1s X lien 1 1rd row I5 Nllller IJ NX 1L, ell J7llSllIk Glll Brought F ashtons New Sylvia Gllmore Harrlett Gonter and Sarah Trach freshman YTeens slgn up for one of the clubs first dances Edle Boyg cabinet m mber Collects the tarlff Swallow B S1111tl1 P Rtchew B Dowle NI Byrum .I Sekoml Nl Xteisenborn N Hood D Delftues P ' ce C X1n Vie X F1'1nt1s H Z1n1111ern1111 lott S XX allis I IS1ke1 Fourth row I Xhlfo S NI'1ness S NItNe1l S Felge L I-lesth P Frlb 1en I lllllX 711111 Sto r nw Il f r I B X16 kerson e11h11t I lldlle velds 1 e111t 1 llll s X Pa lex B lex son K Iho111'1s N lflely took front .md eenter In March 'I he X Teens presented .1 one .let eomedy bw Conrad Seller entitled How to Propose Y Teen members were starred 1n the male 1nd female roles Wlth the L0llllI'lf' of sprmv e.1111e the new sprint' elothes llld el style show of Y Teen models dlsplaxed the l.1test fashion trends In late April the new oftlcers were elected .md Installed To honor then1 el Mother Dauvhter Tea followed the 1nst.1ll.1t1on The Bookshelf then closed tts fmdl pages wlth the sound of 111us1c at the Senior Farewell bllled as Sexenteen and held as el pleasant Good bs to those who were Uraduatinv Fr: "s, Herisf . .I. Co '2 , S. Ilrov '1 lll, II. l-Ill' , S. " I. 1 '. : ,. " ug, .'. . j, 2 '. ' "1 ' . '. l , '. Ja zj, K. Yoor, M. Nu. , K. 1" tt. E. liutl , . . . ' '. . I4z11'1'ett, A. 11:11'1'ie1', , I 1l1l, St: ' , Z, Custe, S. Vail, S. 421112, , s , J, . . .. St'llI'fl , IJ. Mal: , R. it , , .I. .I. N . z'. F. Swiger, Nl. Stewart, II. I: ' 1', H. Nichols, M. Levin, S. Fisher, S. Love, L. Rogers. .I. Gonter, L. White, P. Davis, L. XVl1i11key. Fifth row: la . . ' S . . I 1 1 ' , ..z ' '. , y1, ll. Shf I.. llcllyl: I, C. Cl1:1 lers, .I. "lle1', Th' : . . ' . . Curr, J. Ilehr. I". 'z.'11e1'. I.. SZIIIUD. S, lI1':1de11, M. XV2lIl.Oll,1I. . vett, . I 'ell- V. Mitt-l1 . P. Kt . Q ' , IZ. KI ' , ll. Farrell, A, .' , ." ..1, ' . ' , ' e , .1 - -1. ,, ,I .X .. , I x . 1 t . L .X 4 i xp. . x . : B- . 3 " ' ' ' .' - ,., ' '.'. 2. ' f Q ' V --b ,.- fh- '.."Q1f ' 5 ' ' ' - - ' ' - C 1 B- . . I " 75 Two groups. each made up of 27 and 30 members. formed the First-Year Girls' Chorus that was under the direction of Miss Virginia L. Brand. Practice sessions were held every Thursday during the second and third periods. These girls combined their talents in a Christ- mas program presented in an assembly and sang in an evening Yuletide concert. This ag- gregation of female vocalists also participated in a spring concert. Practicing weekly. the First-Year Mixed Chorus, a newly organized unit. consisted ol' 40 boys and girls. Appearances during the initial year of its existence included Tridel's annual Christmas assembly. an evening Yule- tide concert, and a spring concert. Freshman Promotion Day Exercises also featured the 40 vocalists that comprised this group. Under Miss Brand's direction. the First-Year Mixed Chorus rehearsed each Thursday morning from 9 until IO. Frank Grimes, Sue Ann Vail, and James Compag- none, First-Year Chorus members, trill through an intricate passage. Musical Appreciation Had the First-Year Delegation FIRST-YEAR GIRLS' AND FIRST-YEAR MIXED CHORUSES-First row tBottomJ: K. Butler. C. Van NVie, P. Price, N. Braden, G. Baker. S. Fisher. M. Jewett. C. Chambers. S. Vail. Il. Delaney. S. Meyer. B. Levenson. H. Gatten, P. llivis, C. Custer. H. Elli- son. Second row! C. XVitt, M. Grandstaff. H. Davis, L. Strittmatter, C. Allison. N. Turner. P. Kozusnik IJ. Grubb, J. Hough. J. Nichols. L. Rogers, K. Rosen- berg. F. Wagner, J. Compagnone, J. Bass, C. Matzke. F'. Grimes. P. Terek. Third row: IJ. Carr, L. XVl1ite M. Miller. Il. Ziinnierman, A. Quarrier, J. Sc-nrfield v n ll. Maison, II. Gonter, .l. Litnian. J. Ixenliart, F. Flem- ing. A. Swallow. C. Bnshon, Ii. Nickerson, J. Jac-obs S. Feige, K. Scott. S. Gilmore. IJ. Miles, T. Vosvick. Fourth row: ll. White, J. llehr. V. Mitchell. S. Mziness, M. Stewart, V. Hood. F. Swiger. S. Trach ll. Gardner. G. Oruin. li. Smith. N. Murphy, M. Fol- inar. V. Francis. P. Grihhen, Lang. .I. XVheeler, .l. Corkran. C. Panll, V. Iienyo. Fifth row: L. Whip- key, IJ. Shields, S. Niehaus. L. Santo, M. Faller, S. liroverinan, L. llollerbach, M. Nl'alton, K. Thomas. li. llovle, C. Rentschler. N. Archer. y ii me I1 ' ' 1 f, ,lf -,1 ' V ' s i . in D 'ii 4, -3 . -ze . '34 Q 'Y i V 3 1 qv . v U " H - ' ' :Q " fl-W. 49 SECOND-YEAR CHORUS-First row tBottomJ: H. Alzirtelliis. ll. Hay, .l. Sliaw, l', Miller. ll. Harris. ll. .Nloziie-y. A, l"i':iiii'is, lf. Allison. .l. l'oi'tei'. Second row: A. Kimmins. I.. Sliafer, S. llamiltoii. l'. Nlarplt-. Al. Nkliiti-, .l, Wilson, Al. luariiest. l.. Lazear. ll. llawkiiis, ll X':ii'nei'. l,, ll+-iitstfhler, Third row: C. Songsters Blending, Preparing for a brief session in choral harmony. Beverly Wallace and Elaine Walden aid Eileen Walden, all members of the Second-Year Chorus, in "unveiling" the grand. 77 at 'C l's4 " Q 99 'Y' , . -f t w , 1 1 1 - . - Stein. ln. Lamb. 5. Fox. li. fiilhert. 5. .lat'olw, l'. Lit- , , . , v , man. ll. fuI'lliliJ. lu. Xkaldeu, lu, Xkaldeu, ll. Nkallatie. A. fi0illl4'I'. Nl. llepto. S. Ward. U. Winston. Fourth row! li. Aiizivlie, S. l'ziyilat'k, A. llill. ll. Mooney. S, lnlliott. .l. Giistkey, Al. Kite. J, Aill'l'l'I'lJlIliliG', .l. Smith, S. llrowii. .I. llrovk. l'. Hiller. Notes Ascending Divided into two separate classes. the Second-Year Girls' Chorus practices two peri- ods each week in the Music Room. Any girl who has had one year of vocal instruction as a member of the first-year unit is eligible for affiliation in this advanced singing group that is directed by Miss Virginia L. Brand. During the Yuletide season. these girls. ac- companied at the piano by Louise Rentschler. participated in the annual Christmas Concert presented for the Triad population. A repeat performance of this yearly song fest aided financially in meeting the expenses connected with yearbook pictures. As a finale to the l955-1956 school year. this aggregation of vocalists took part in the Nlusic Departments annual Spring Concert. ec MIXED CHORUS Flrst row 1Bottom1 1 I N 11011 N e N 1 ton ' and N 1 ' 5111161 T nr 1111 ,IH IIIN w I' X T1101I1 IIIN N 1 110111 1 Second row 1111 ee I 1111191111 71119 Thezr Vozces Scared Wzth Every Chord Whether slnvlnv A t.1ptllt1 111 to tht ICCOI11 p.1n1111ent of Lxnne Rolhns 111111181 the 10 l11L111bCTS 01 the N11xed Chorux exptrtlx d1 rented hx 'Vhss X1rv1n11 I Brand 111elod1o11slx Lhtrmed the xtudent bodx .md 1 I1Lll111'3CI 111 outndn. or1u1n1f11t1onx thls xt1r Thls dC1NdI1CCC,1 Uroup 01 xmdllsls emu tamed parents ot Ilttle Reds ll Trldtl s .1nn1111 Open House Other sthool t1ppe.1r1ntes 111 tluded the Chrustnms tlSSC1111D1X .1 Chr1st1111s 1nd .1 sprlnv tontert .md Semor CUIIIINCUCL 111ent These sonv h1rds were Guests of the Junnm 'Ir.11n1n-1 SNI11p11OI1X and presented 1 Yuleudt wmert at C1111 Junxor Hvh Sthool ln Feb ru11rx the Nhxed Chorus stinf' at 11 Convre "dIlOI'1d1 111LLlIl1l' of VN heehnv s Flrst C hr1st1111 Church Exen TX retovnlfetl the SLIQCYIOI db111IX 111 these sonvsttrs .ind featured them on the March 6 Kloss Inn Stiturddx Nwht Dmtt P.1rtx Sandra W0jCIk Bull Van Wle and L D Moore hastlly don thelr robes for one of several publlc concerts 1 -- ' : 1, 'en fl s, .I, Rehiv. J. 1:21131 .I. G11111e11'. IJ. 1. wir, K, 11113 . S. Yun Ibyne. V. IIz11'1'is. M, Lush. Al. Hull' ' , II. Ro11111.'o11. Al. 11I'1l11I1. P, S 1 ' '. h' d Heh" per. J. X'z111gI1a11, S, I, .'C'1'. I.. Iloll' S. ro : 1. I-'1'eyle1', G. B1-211111, II, I1o1111ey. Y. ' - Iioll' II. I1:1'11Qtt. J. Iurg. 2 I II. f'12lII6I'1Jlll'1i. I1, I11111f . IZ. Yun Wie. I.. Miss Y11'gi11111 I.. 1511 1111. N. Zil ' ZIII. AI, .XI1 ' . .l, A1lJ1'H2111. 1 1 5- C .T A .. , . . , 1 ., - I I I l . . . . . 1 1 - - ' I 1' I .. L . . ' . ' ' ' . L U x -, , L 3. ' 1 -' ' ,, H . A ' 1 . 1 A ' 4' , , K L ' . 'b 1 . 1 51. ' . 1' 1 "Q ' - 1 X ' 'F I ,- . 1. 1 ' 't L L 1 t . is 1 1 - 1 h X ' i xx- ! 1 1 1 .C K'-iv dv 1 ! 1 L 1 1 x . N . ' . 1 ' 'K ' - 1 - 1 I 3 , ' - 1 1 1 1 - - 1- ' . ' I 31 . , xl . . K5 . , . KL.. 1: : :' ' ' ' , 1 . I L . . V h "H L 1 1 78 TRIADETTES F1rst row fBottomJ S 11111 Poxer Nellle .1111 1111111 s Secon row Xl t xls Mazds o Song W1tl1 Vo1ces Strong To the accompanlment of Lynne Rolllns Judy Isaly and Nellle Zlmmerman Trladettes harmonlze How Do You Speak to an Angel? Presentmfi .1 n 1tty .1ppe.1r1nce 1n thexr blue .md black pl lld IdflLIdjLll1lpCfS and their uhm blouses the Tr11dettes Tr1del s only yotul sextette hdI'I1l0I1lOLlSl5 hummed throuvh IP pe 11.111Les 1t the Brtdge Street P TA tht Church 11nd the Jumor Sxmphonx Olhbl publle 1ppe1r1nees lI1LlLldLd el1or1l tonterts 1nd 1sse111hl1es throuvhout the XL 1r Ullllllllll romptlx 11 e wrou met tmte 1 week for h1ll ho11r 11 he.1rs1ls xutn N11ss X1rv1n1.1 L B1 11111 d1re1to1 and sponsor Lynne Rollms proxided the pldI'lO .11tomp,1n1111ent Betouse thex low to smv th1s s1lxer toned s1x presented 111 1m INLISIC hlled moments to .1ppret1.1t1xe xudlentes and lent 1 eultured ll to those xx ho were to1t11n1te enouvh to 111 ll them - ' : Se " 1 . j , .' ' Z' 1- Illf-E' 2 . Lynne liollins. K11tl11'y11 I':LlW1ll'4iS. d Z . uri 5lt'l'o1'111i1'k, Ilorotlly HITJXVII, .lutlj July. . . . ' . H Y yy v 1 Q - . 3 C 1 1 - 1 2 1 1 f V Z' 4 '3 1 ' nf 1 ' 1 ' -. . ' . ' i S ' : 1 ,- L " ' Q 1 ' 1 . - 1 . 1 WC7IllCH-S Association of the First Presbyterian 1 ' W . V 4 . , ' w 1' . . ' . . , k K L . L ' ' . x V 1 lj' 1 T 3 X "'L . ' 1 Bet' ' C p 1' 1 8:30 A. M.. th c p s V ss L - 1 V L , -1, ' ,1 , 1 ,1 t ' . 'L . " ' 3 N . . . ' . . .M V L Uk- . l . 1 L :- V - g' ' I '1 i ' L 1 D - XL ' .4 ' , 5 79 ' IV MAJORETTES Carol Mount Madonna Suzanne Jenni Sandra Wojcik Jean Bankey Nancy Poindexter Mildred Bone With Baton in Hand They Led the Band DRUM MAJORS Ku Kutm ll Roemehl Schubart Harry Gftrdnei J J S High-stepping strutters led the Red and Black music makers through their paces at each gridiron encounter, with Harry Gardner. Band president and head..drum major, guiding the group. Alternating authority, each major- ette was assigned two games to lead the twirlers in snappy halftime routines. is Before being eligible to become a drum major or a majorette. boys and girls are re- quired to complete one year of instruction on an instrument of their choice. Appearing in uniforms that consisted of white shirts with red lining. white jackets. and short white skirts. the Majorettes added a colorful attraction to the Stadium scene. Dur- ing warmer weather. the six girls discarded their jackets and donned red or white cable- stitch turtleneck sweaters that blended with the white outfits worn by the drum majors. BAND PERSONNEL - H. Thornburg, piccolo: S. Rollins, C. Gideon, E. Gordon, fluteg S. Benyo, S. Kasley, VV. Hamilton, J. Kampmeyer, C. Sampson, J. Maynard, E. Jacobsen, S. Wojcik, P. Cook, ll. Carr. M. Bone, M. Roberts, clarinet: V. Cook, T. Vosvit-k. L. Falkenstein, C. Mount, G. liriese. H. Clatterbuck. N. Poindexter, saxophone: L. Flouhouse. J. Gibson. G. Dunn, Cornet: J. Bankey, R. Pattison. Frent-li horn: F. Carr. M. Vosvick, B. Albertini, P. Mazur, -4 R. White, VV. Gregory, R. Cox, R. Baker, B. Williams, D. Seamon, J. Phillips, trumpetg H. Hopkins, M. Jenni, W. Starkey, trombone: A. Gardner, P. Mona- han, L. Powell, W. Burke, baritoneg P. Mayne, J. Ryon, R. Gellner, bassg IJ. Keim, VV. Hefner. C. Speight. S. Lanz. ll. Woods. G. Jaquay, snare drums: W. South, bass drum: H, Gardner, tympany: .I. llehr, bells. Tedious Practice Every Day Perfected Their Halftime Display Strains of "O, the Red and the Black" are heard from Tridel's Band section as the Red and Black instrumentalists represented Tria- delphia High at every gridiron conflict. Under the expert direction of Stefano Ceo. the corps was led by Harry Gardner. head drum major, and three assistants. A sextette of majorettes cut capers at the encounters. adding color to the melodies rendered by the 70 music makers. ln December. the Band played a Christmas concert and, last March, presented the annual tribute to John Philip Sousa. After participat- ing in the yearly Solo and Ensemble Contests. the musical unit was heard in its Spring Con- cert in May. Meetlnff monthly Art Club members de voted their time and talents to assorted pro jects DISCUSSIONS of famous artlsts md displays of thelr vxorlts comprlsed the nucleus of the meetmgs Durmg the Chrlstmas season art devotees fashloned favors ln the shape of candles Chrxstmas trees and jolly St Nlclts tor the patients of the Peterson Convalescent Home The organlzatlon advertised varrous school events through attractive posters Turnmv their ab1l1t1es toward the cullnary arts the group held a bake sale as a money maltmff project Membershlp ln this club the sponsor ol whlch 19 Anthony Peck IS on a COITIQCIIIIV6 b3SlS Those mshmg admlttance are requlred to submlt drawmvs of glven subjects The creators of the best sketches are selected ts members Touchmg up an artlstlc product John Myers and Mlchae! Melgh n receive working technlques from Rhoda Kramer fellow student and Anthony Peck Instructor Artists Enterprtsmg Indulged tn Adverttszng ART CLUB Flrst row CBottoml F Bosd P n I lfe1g,11son L Qnwdel 'N H1m1Iton Ltnnon N HITTIS L Kasuhl C Bone I Barr Lo es Nl X161 hen Third row I KIIIIIIIIIIS S 'N Stewart NI Howell C' Snsder B XX tllace C Neuhud L Xloote L Stummeser 'N Ross Is Roth K Auber Second row Anthonx Peck T Bulllld J Iludgeon L Reutschlel Txmbrook J Myers R Kramer J Smith B Wu s- , c - 5 . , , , .,. . , , . , ,, ' . ,. .,. , xi. 1' 1 - - ' H s.- s 1 1 I ' 'sf- ' - s 1 ,. ,. 1 , . ., - 'O 1 -1 41 - fr- f . . , . I . .S . . ., . . v V , , , . . Q , , . U. . .. . . . . . .. ' n v . '. 4 v - ' 1 ' - .,. ma,.. ,I. 1 ,E. W, ' , ' W V 1 1 Y ' ' I ' '1 ' . ,.. I ,. , 1, . ,.. , lI..... g. . ,. .,-. ' W v v v '. 1. ' 4- 1 1 I ' -- ' 1- ' ..L ... . . , ,. 1 , . A 1 . -A 9 -K . v-- -y - , . . . w' , . 4 , . , . - . - , - Y., y -A 1 - y ' 1 - 5. Coin Donation Aids the Nation i i i i JUNIOR RED CROSS-First row fBottomJ: J. Connpzxgnone, ll. Hudsell, I.. Baxter, S. Wilhelm, IJ. Neff. Second row: Miss Fzntlxerine M. Ebert. lil. llumill. li. Reed, M. Bilfllltill. M. XVeisul. Third row: C. Yann Wie, J. iitllllbllllf. .I, Pete-rs. l'. Stem-kel. Fourth row: M. Jenni, li, Mzuyer, I,. Snyder, C. Nelson. R. Sl'illliJill'I. Fifth row: V. Mitt-hell, .l. linker, M, lfziller, M. xIi'f'Ul'lIlll'k. Sixth row: C. Hefner. IJ, Shiells, C. Moore. N. lluniiltun. M. llr: hos, l 'X il 1 x i ' ' I .. . . . I 1 ' x-- ' x - x h - x 1 - 'v I ' V l..Lx. x,n.: .. 'v.LlV t'riL ' 'X victi J f xl '. I. t tireq. un 'Ia 1' t' al o ' X nuti nal m 'wal-1 L I L"-Aw sl- L " " 1' 'QL HW. 83 I I Disposed to promote the prosptritx mel happiness oi othtrs the Junim Red C ross ll nffili ite ot the Wheelnw Ohio C ountx C h mlm ot the American Red Cross proxides little Reds .in opportumtx to oiler illltlIlLl ll ind mi c tl Assistance to ms o x ns Hunts s d sim: xr ltl ioni r inter o I disasters Sponsored bx Miss C itherine M Hutt Trldel s Junior Red Q ross C ounul Lonslsts ui three officers and 1 represent 1IlXL from L uh ot the 77 homerooins Council meinbtis SOIICII tunds for the Junior Red Cmss Nitin bership Dme strmn-Y xeurlx to enroll exux student The JCIIXIIICS ot the Ol'U1IllllIlOIl lre limited since the world is tt pt lu. Martha Barn tt and Marion W :sal count the cash and Maria Faller checks the Junior Red Cross membership list prior to announcing another 100 per cent drive 111111 I 1' 1 1 1 II1 1111111 IK C1111 11111111 111 x 1111s 1 s 111111 111111 s 11111-1 11111111s 11111 1111111111 1 1 1 1xt11x 1111 11 1 1111111111 LN 11111111111 11111 1111 111 LN 11x1 1 01611 11111111 up 111 13kL111b1X Xpp111x11111l1Ix -10111 11 11 1 1 s 1 1st1111.1t111 11L111'1CI 111 x111111s 1 -11 Trl 111s T11 111 1111111 1111xs 111 11pp111tL1111t5 111 x1111 1111 111 111 11116 111 L5111l11l1L 111 111s1 111 111 1 s111 11 M1 M1lI1v1n 111s 11.11 11111"11111111 11 per 111111111 111111 111 pr11111t111111sts bx 11111 Bob Kozusnuk Sam KasIey and Jack Neff EVId crew members adjust th projector for a blology movle PROJECTION CREW Flrst row 1Bottom1 I 11 I 1111 I 11111111 S N 11 ll Second row 1111 1 1 ee 111 1 11 1rd row X111111 XI T111111111111 ourth row -1111611 II 11 5l11XX1 111111111 11181Sk1 k Xe 1911 One 84 Prolectzon Wheels Spm Movze Reels T1'1'1 1 11111 11xsi:11111 by A. 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" ' ns, SCIENCE CLUB Furst row fBottom1 B 511111 t F 111,131 I 110111115 911191 1,, e11a1e 111 1111 11111lto11 o s econ row 1 19 s X S Kas! 1 Thlrd row I 11111 9161 ' 1I1K16XI6l I ' EIN II ll 113111 6111161 lnvestzgatzon Brought Experzmentatzon Sponsored by A R M1lI1u111 thc Sucmt Club drew 1ts rccrults from the r1nl1s at the chen11stry .md phNSlCS classes Presldent Jack Weil welded the msd ll tht meetlnvs on the hrst 1nd th1rd Frld IN ot meh month Ass1st1n1' ,lack mth the .1d1111n1st11 IIVC dLlllL,S of thcorg11n1111t1on vurc J1111 Rohm son wee prcs1dent Judx W1tk1ns setrcttnx S.1111 K.1slu trc.1su1c1 Three heads are better than one declare Blake Schubert Rhoda Kllnghoffer and Edmund G Sw1ger a s mblmg a SCI ntlflc experlment Numerous suentlhc LXPLIIINLINS wcrc per formed 11 the lVXlLLIl1UI1IhlN Ucttovcthers Four new books TV S1111pl1f1cd Great DISCONCTILS bx Nounw ChLll1lSIS Younv Peoples Book ot Atonne Encrns 1nd EIL 111ents of Flectrluty mem plllthtlkbd for tht llbfclfy To bLLOl'l1t, 1 111c11hLr suemc students were rcqumd to .11er.11'e 1 B or 111o1e 111 11111 the hrst r1d1111' pcrloc 1 1 1 - ' : . f gun. 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N , -Il 4 I 4 1- as 'F 1: if 85 Phul Lang, Rlchard Glass and Fred Heasley examlne another brnght addltlon to the males' ensemble H1 Y Jackets When Others Are Gone Y lrst row tBottorn1 1 NN 6111161 11 e 1 S1111Lh N e11fe111 1 H1 s e1e1 111 1116191 econd row A I 1 1 11IlN ex 61 IX s 1 Under the c11reet1on of D.1v1d S Butler and Anthonx Peck eo sponsors Trxdel s H1 Y con sxsted of 71 sophomore 1un1or and senlor Odlx Park mules Conxenmff the seeond 1nd foulth Tuesdtu of e.1e11 month the elub hvhlwhted 1ts pro Uruns mth t1111s bs 1 number of promment Wheehnv e1t1fens New red and black jackets were purehused by those 1nd1v1du 11s who msheei them Txxo e.1ndw 111dCh1I1CS 1n the 1 1tt1 Red e1feter1.1 .11111 t1e s111e ol the r1 bon eonfeetxon ll C 111'lS1I111iS were the two monev 11'ld1x11'1g p1o1eets ol the orge1n1111t1on Weather per1111tt1nf1 .1 eumpus eleem up l.1ll11p1l1gI'l was e.1rr1e11 on everx Fflddy afternoon .1t ? 40 The boys .11so 1111l'lI1Cd .1 kettle for the Salvo 11011 A1111y durm-1 the Yuletlde season They Clean the Lawn H111 Th1rd row J N81 k111 111 t N111 1f 1 Neff 11 S11111de Nl fl Glwl 15 511111116 1 e s1s 1 9111111 111 en 1 It urt row 11' 111111 ' 1 J 5111 1 et P111 1111111111 ll tl 111111 ' 1 X 11 X ek X d s 'ki 1' '- , ' : H. , L ' . . , 1. I V i Q i .L .g . A- 1 . C 1 ' " 1 ' " 1 ' , J 1 - 1 B x Afx ' ' l 2 A- Q e 'L ' 1 - ' 'b N .X K . 2 -. l ll Vx V - ' - A - 1 U x 1 x B- mf h- I I HI- -F' : 1. ' ' '. Al. l'111111f ner. 11. Neff. lb, S1 ' . ' 2 . 1' ' 1 .A. V11-11. F. Hensley. K. N It , J. 111l1l2lt'1161'. lf. .Iew111. 1111f'. P. 1 Z.'116'. 13. Gr' fiths. .. 1' . '. Sz ,1's, T. .' ' . V. 1h1 . .1. A's1 11, J. Miller. li. t'. R.1il1."1191'. T. 311111'.A. W '11 1. 1 r, H. Yates, T. Hile. V. 111111. L, S11i11d1e1-. P. Spring. SlI11I11. P. Lung. t'. N11111z11'key. li. 11z111se11. J. Iiyon. J. 1i11ge1'1'. G. A1 j ', 'l'. 1'-k j ', .I. XYi1s1111. ll. 1111. S. 1'1:1ej. 11. A111 " I U. lie 'l , J. S 1 1. 12 ne. 13. F11-3A'181', 12 Sill 1'H11. 'xX'1l 311. Fo h : A .1 Q 1e'k. 1. 1' zfer. J. Kz111111111 j '. .I. Edlg. M. 11iil'O11,'. 12. Yilll Wi -. li. Nern. J 1,11kF'11S.f'1 1 '11e1'. T. Hess. 11. 'te1'. XY. 11a ' . 11. S1'11:1fe1', .I. Smith. P. llrlerte. 13. f'1'2ll1t1Ul'k. 11. K1':111s. 11. Nig11te11Qz11e. J. 1: 11111- T. 11:1 1i111111e. 11. All . C. 1:1tte1's111. 11. V1 '1s. son. 11. Glzuss. 11. .le '. 11. Vitt. 17. 1111 ge, 1.. 11o11l1.', .I. Hesse. 11. S111 vz rt. 11.1111111- 1 86 Promotmg an FTA project Suzanne Stvers sells stationery to Carol Ewlng Roslyn Rosenberg seems to admlre the pictured paper Prepared or Pro esszons FTA Flrst row CBottomJ P Spring. J XX xtkms I Woodruff S Hxnnlton J Shut I Randolph K KlFtIll1H S Jones L ROIIIIIS J XXIHHLG F leh B lflsher Second row Nllss I ltherlne Xl Ebert J Xaughnn X Zl1lllll9llll'lH I Snxdel I! more outer B 0 e stun Tr1del s Future Teachers of Amerlca sought advrce and gamed valuable experlence 1n pre parmff for a future m the teachmg professlon Dr J Davls Illmgworth pastor ofthe Vance Memorlal Presbyterian Church MISS Jessie Cunnmvham dean of glrls at Wheelmg Hlgh School, Captam Davld Judy Engllsh mstructor at Lxnsly Mllrtary Instltute were the guest speakers and each dehvered a practlcal mes sage to members of thls orgamzatlon Turnlng from tutors to salesmen the FTA conducted a bake sale and sold mscrlbed note paper as a means of supplementing the treasury Excurslons to Jacksons M111 and West Llberty State College comblned educa tion and entertamment Woodsdale Brldge Street, and Kruger Street local elementarv schools, ceded tlme and classrooms for prac tical experience to these teachers of tomorrow gulded and supervxsed by Mlss Catherxne M Ebert Through FTA Sessions lllel L ase Nl A ex l Bush S -Xn S Ifox B Hayman Q btwers J Thonen R Pol lock Third row J Peters If Nlalnakos Nl B'1r nett R Kramer L Schwartz NI Archer J Nlxers N Klte IJ Brown 'N Nlorrls L Knnnnns Is Bullard P Cannon R Rosenberg C . . .. , c ' 1 7 , . -4 J Q .' . .4 1 , , A 1 . . - 7 1 , y 8. -Q - ' : ,S " '. . 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' . l l l fx 'k 1,11 2 jf- ING CLUB FIFSf row fBottom1 R h II I F 11 tem 1111111 1 1e1 IPIS 11 719 ll111k11e111 Secon row ' ne ' 5 ' hlrd row lx ttx ' 1 IIN e 11 e 11 Xllll 1 e w ' 11 F 1 111119 1 1 They Urged Thetr Steeds to D1 erent Speeds Cross eountrx CXLLIFSIOHS on horsebaele p1e 111Cs .md semester r1des were .1111on0 the .1et1w1t1es 111 the Rldln Club In order to qu.1l1t1 is 11 111e111ber e.1eh 11111 was requned to show her slxlll 111 11111u11t1n1' .md d1s11111u11t1n1' and 111 11u1d1n1' her steed 111111 1.1 an 1. 111 r thus 11111111111 r equestr11n dexterltx DUIIUK' e..1eh semester the 70111e111bers were expeeted to pe1rt1e1p.1te 111 three r1des u11de1 the sp1111s11rsl11p 111 'Wm Wlbel Seherleh l Oetoher elub 111e11111ers 1111111 .1 resplte 1111111 the1r 111111 rooted e11111p.1111o11s and held ei ple me for 1l'lLl1'lXKO 11111ted 1r1ends .1t the Sehwert fever Shelter 11'1 VN heel11111 P.1rle J1II Porter and Phullppa Brand equestruan enthusl as's look over a number of palfrev pos-tra1ts belng dlsplayed by Mlss Mabel Scher1ch 1 5 1 ' 1 ,, . . .ff Q Y 1 K y 1 , -5:1 , 1 ' 1 1 1 5 9 - ,l 4' 1 1 - in 1 1 T I 9 Mfg 1 X f 1 i 2 L L .,, 1 L B 1 l ,- U 4: i 1 1 3 ' ' ' f , 1 , N SE .fr : 1 ' '. 1 , Q ' 1 1 , 1 . . 3 N ' V, ,, 0 4 ff Q ..'. , 9 'H I I . RID - ' : 11 11' 21 ll1l1'k, hz11' me S ' . l'l1'lA 1 1311 1111, .1211 Pe F"t.' ' ' 11-11'. d : C'z11'11l 1111 . 11111111114 t'11.'te1'. l,2111'll'lZl A1111 l19l11'611S, Miss Kl2llD9l SL'l191'll'l1, T ' I '1 j 1,1111 111'll'1 3lz11'j111'1e G 111" 1ge1', Cz1tl1e1'i11 All Kz1j 21. 5121 'gan' t IC '111H. .Iill lfll'l61'. M2 'ti N11-l'111'111i1'k, ourth row: Sj'lYlEl In vis. P111 A. Miller. C11 ' C'111'11el1. lXl2l1'Il XYEXIQT. 1 x . V. .Y . . . 0 , , ,C . , 3 . ' ' 1 ii- , . -,. e -' Y X Ll Vlk. trot. ' d 'L te . . ' " C he -' V - x 1 3 1 IQ 11 1 X' . . , ' ' . ' , . L , 1 " . I1 , I l .1 l 1 l 88 They Learned The1r Parts 1n Homemakmg Arts HOME EC CLUB First row tBottomJ 2 Qe1111on F Busch -X long, Second row Wlrs Dora Steele Q X 1n Ilxne I3 Farrell It PII UIIIN 1rd row I PII 1 ur row mens 1 I-l 1 X Ne son lXl-'Il Jlll 1 row 91 1e1 s PI re xth row Xl C 111 Hou ll Prepared t enjoy the re ults of th 1r culmary efforts W1lma Murr1n Sandl Forsch and Ruth Lease recenve last mmute 1nstruct1ons 111 table set tmg from Mrs Dora Steele C1e1rner1n11 llR,ll'lbLI'S from the rttnles ol the non11es Club under the sponsorsh1p ol Mrs Dorn Steele was eilreeted throuvh the ve11 bw President Sdlidl Forseh V1eePres1elent B.1rb.1r.1 Farrell Seereturx Jo.1n Johnson 1nel Treasurer Wlillll Murrm A demonstrauon of 6l1lbl'OldLI'X st1teh1n' bw Duwlit Coburn sales representeitlve of the Smver Semnv Nldehme Companx was one ol the h1'hl1'hts ol the orv.1n11e1t1ons JLIIXI ties this tear Vlembers lrequentlx proweel their betlelnv proxxess bs proxidlnv the ptlstrles lor various bake sales Home Ee Ulrls .1lso proudeel mel prepared the refreshments th ll were serxed it 111eet1n-1s held ewerx othe Tuesdax Nlembershlp 1 illlllleei to those Tridel lenules who ire enro'led in me Home Eeo nonues eourse ot studx 1:1111 .1. .1 1 .-me .'Ti1.' L1 .. 1',1i611s, 11. ' -1 ge -f A, Hilli, .11 I,it111z111, Fc th : Al. O ' l,. Sun! 1, K. Il'ott, . , .' lr . 1,, ll'.'f 11 gh. F'fth z 11, 11111 ', cs, 11111 -1.-, 11, A1111-, rt Kiwi" udy. Si I . , Jury, S. Fo1's1'l1. W. 3l11"'11. S. ' f 'ik. A, 'l'z 'ey sewing und cooking classes. the Home Eco- O . S . si 1 1 . . . , . I 4 1 1 1 'A Q xiii 5 1 -1 1 A . 1 w 1 ' ' x 1 -' 1 ' K ' ' N. '-1. 1 'k- . . ' 1'- 'T ' ' . 1 j v 1 ' ' 1' 5 L -1 - sf w mi f -- 1 ' ei' ' 1 I ' E 1 - X9 lst at 'ff COOKS-Mrs Lea Rhoades Hrs Nelle Moore Nlrs Joseph Marshall With Ladle and Spoon They Tozlecl Past Noon Preparln tasty foods for at least 150 Llttle Reds vsas the daxly task of Mrs Nelle Moore ln charge of Trldel s cafeteria Beglnnlng each mormng at 7 these taste tempters remained ln the kxtchen untnl late IH the afternoon and throughout the term cooked 34 000 meals for the lnhabltant of THS lt was to these advocates of the cullnlry arts that exhausted Trnads went for the nec essary boot after an exhaustlve mormng ot studles thus enabling spent Oak Parkers to face the afternoon sessions xx nth renewed vxgot and vltalltv In addltlon to thelr masterful cookm lCCl1l1lqllCS they are recognwed by their com posure and thelr frlendllne s -all CUSTODIANS tSeatedJ Joseph Organ Cul Knau Vhlllam Black tStandlngJ Fold I ogue Henrs Bovd Whether dustmg a wmdow sxll sweepmg a floor or relaxung aga1nst a doorway to enjoy the noontlme antlcs of energetlc Llttle Reds W1ll1am Black Joseph Organ Ford Pogue Henry Boyd and Carl Knaus Trldels capa ble custodlans are held m hlgh esteem by students and faculty Thelr mdomltable sp1r1t of cooperatlon has endeared them to all These f1ve men representing the clean up detall ke p corridors and classrooms as spotless neat and shmy as Joe Frldavs Badge 714 Watering plants catching mlce answermg telephones after school hours help m a keyless Oak Parker get his locker open or dom any one of a mnlhon other odd jobs are just a fevs of the many dutles performed by these Red and Black malntenance men This Motto Thezr Must At Trzclel No Dust ,s'fQ, Y 3 Ar, ft . D 'V , f -1, f 8 vi - ' I '- 'la L, '-" . 3 '- sie 'Qt it , I Ll ' Y , Al 0 1 , ' . . 7' C ' e. 7 . 0 1 I 1 ' ' ' ' S, '- C - 4 .I 4 . . 1 Mrs. Lea Rhoades, and Mrs. Joseph Marshall. ' ' , ' ' K . , ' ' sa , Q . . 0 1 . y 'QQ' it .I . . u I . .. , ' I . ' '. . - - . .. 1 ' . V l U ' ' 0 l ' . L C' ' ' f 5- f 1 pf 'f K f s- ' gl f ' I' ' L'- ' 1 B- F-sv' K- V,' , 'y . 5 . I ., . I h y n. U , , . u . A . C ' 90 F VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD-First row fBottomJ: A. VVeisal, T. Tinibrook. B. Blair. R. Schmalz. B. Cherry, A. Gardner. H. Stocker. W. Hill. R. Bartlett. C. Seniple. P. Phillips, W. Orth, manager. Second row: John Tominack. J. Seckman. L. VValte1's. D. Black. J. Smith. J. Varner. B. Conaway, J, Morgan. 11. Clark. Ii. Kozus- nik. T. Seamon, J. Eddy. R. Schafer, XY. Swiger. Dick Haines. Third row: R. XVitt, D. McNinc'h. D. Annon. M. Jacobs, T. LaRocl1e. E. Reynolds. B. Shields. IJ. Kraus, P. Lang, B. Peyton, XV. Stahnke, D. Mullarkey, H. Grover. B. Van Wie. H. Smith. With Bruises Galore, They Came Back for More With 6 victories in I0 encounters. Tridels '55 gridders turned in the first winning season in the past five years of gridiron activities. Opening the campaign on an auspicious note. the Little Reds polished off five of their first six opponents. beginning with a thrilling I3 to I2 setto with Moundsville at the re- vamped Trojan stadium. Sept. 16. Jack Seckman's dazzling 82-yard dash to paydirt featured the one-point victory. One week later. Sept. 24. the Oak Park eleven tasted defeat for the first time. as Fran Gibsons third-period touchdown gave Bel- laire's rough and ready Big Reds a 6 to O con- quest in a tight defensive duel at the Island. Rebounding with a vengeance. the Little Reds stamped themselves as a team to be watched when they pasted mighty Parkers- burg. 32 to 20. Sept. 30. The victory was the first over the Wood County eleven since the 1949 campaign. The Oak Parkers plodded to win Num- ber Three. Oct. 7. by downing Wellsburg. l2 to 6. in a driving rainstorm on the latter's field. Hunter Smith dashed 31 and 48 yards for the Triad scores. Seckman exploded for I9 points. Oct. 15. in leading a fired-up Triadelphia squad to a 2l to 6 victory over Martins Ferry. Left End Morris Jacobs safety completed the scoring. Perhaps the handwriting was on the wall. Oct. 21. when the Little Reds lumbered slug- gishly to a I2 to 0 victory over a supposedly weak Union combine that could boast only one victory for its seasons work at that date. At any rate. Wheeling. fast and aggressive. annihilated the Triads one week later. All-Stater Wilbur Myers and Howard Templin. behind vicious blocking by the Wildcat forward wall. made a shambles of the Oak Park defense in pacing a stunning 39 to 9 success at the expense of the Llttle Reds Oc 28 Once down Dick Hames eleven expert enced drffnculty ln recoverlng and absorbed 1 32 to 0 drubbmg at St Clalrsvxlle Nov 4 before once agam hlttmg the xlctorv trall against Warvxood Dave Kraus Smlth and Richard Bartlett penetrated the Vlklng defense for sux pomters Nov ll and the Oak Parkers registered Number Slx on the credit side of the ledger by a 20 to 7 count Nov I6 drew down the curtam on the 55 grid campalgn In a game postponed from Sept l0 because of inclement weather Cen tral eked out a 14 to I2 w1n over the Parkers Seckmans and Tommy Seamons TDs were not enough for the Llttle Reds failed to con vert the two all 1mportant extra pomts that would have resulted ln a tle During hls termmatmg year as Trldels head grud mentor Coach Duck Haanes led the Truads to theur farst wmnnng season rn fuve years Passes and Blocks Plus Pre Game Pep Talks i John Tomlnack, assistant coach, M M Rokos, faculty manager of ath Ietlcs. and Duck Haines, head coach, discuss taetlcs for the '55 '56 plgskln campalgn K. , 1. ' --Q I. . s f Q ' f f ' gf' '- Z . l ' l . ' . .L l ., . . , N s' ' , . 7 ' . . V. . 4 3' . , f ' ' ' ' 1 l V . n . . p Y o l 1 1 I - Y . . . . a - A ' , . -... suis! 'A x ,t Tn ,lf , 43 A , N s , M W. 93 if iff' uf' 144-' Wil? RICHARD BARTLETT MORRIS JACOBS BOB KOZUSNIK Halfback End Halfback TOMMY SEAMON JACK SECKMAN Quarterback Halfback 7 df ra 9-1 '59, N .A W ,r fff Q- jr 4, 4' With the playing of the Central game. eight Little Reds terminated their high school grid careers. Missing from next year's backfield corps will be Jack Seckman. Tommy Seamon. Richard Bartlett. Bob Kozusnik, and Joe Varner. Seamon was selected as the team's outstanding player 'Pk 'Fx "4-41: 'K -r fr '44 ,ar 44 'Y ff ,f ek 'V+-'F .tiki fi '1- ef' 4' ue' if f 4' 4: 4-+ ,K 'K fy if 'K k ,R if il +"+ 4 I "s,"'s he 'iq- JOE VARNER ANDY WEISAL RUSSELL WlTT Halfback Guard Tackle during his senior xear Seclsman thre sears a letterman xx is the leading scorer Bartlett Koiusnils and Narner contributed to a strong bench an important factor in Tridel s success ful campaign of six wins and four losses Russell Witt Morris Jacobs and Andw Weisll will be conspicuous in their absence from Tridel s 16 cast From his tackle past tion Witt tt 1 solid 270 and the heaviest man on the squad anchored the right side of the Oilt Park front line Small but rugged Jake handled the chores of offensive left end for the Little Reds Weisal operated effectively from 1 guard post in Dick Haines wi set Llp Under the Uuldlllf' hand of John A Shmskx Trldels Freshman Grldders emerved NILIOFI ous 1n slk of sexen encounters durlnv the if campawn Bw and beefy the frosh were paced bx T 11l back Tom Carter who h1t paxdlrl for 86 pomts and Carl Alhson a l90 pound lull back Stalvsarts alonv the front llne were C :rl Gellner Robert Albauvh and Gerald Kochcr The Oak Park plebcs revlstered NILIOTILS over UNION Martms Ferry Moundsv1lle St Cla1rsx1lle Wheelmu and Wellsburw Then sole setback was a thr1ll packed 6 to U affan at the hands of Central s hrsl xear Maroons In has s cond year as a member of Trldels coach :ng staff John A Shlnskv dlrected the prom1s1ng Red and Black plebe eleven to an almost unblem 1 hed record S1x and One and They ve Only Begun FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD FIFSY rw 1111 1 li -.foe ottomj l lllt 1 S 1111 Il 1 1s Iloem en T 1rd row lol111 X Slllll Il 1 1 XX lllli Second s x c 81161 I Kon xlllSl row llllllf"ll Jll e I ' 81 Pl 06 . , C 1 'e' V 5 ' - 'N 1' L'- 1 - '. i 1 ' , , ' 1 ,G .. ,. 1 c ' ' , 'l , , .I ,N C . , , ,A. .4 'V . g. I .1 C. - 'S . - 1 - ' o For 11g11o11e. AI. Rine, CT, Sl9lglll, G, os' , ll. CB : llll'l'll. L, N11-N' -l. U. Sp" V. G"fI"tl I-'. Ik . h' : . 1, S ' - Gell er. li, ,kll1z111gl1, G. Wzltex .l. ' ' X, A. S'llll 'l ', li. Clark. .. -her. U, 1 'rr 11, : .I. I: , lwrg, P, Al: 'lllIlll. K, ll ller, J, T. f'2ll'l0!'. U. Wit . .lr If 'ITA li. Ovll. iii l Z VARSITY BASKETBALL Flrst row CBottomJ son 1nm1g,er Second row -klllllll If lones line k eckln 1 F115 1 elss :ns ed ess 1 le s liolnnso xton n s 1 x 1 ss N1 en 1 Trzdels Towering Hardwood Aces Added Trophies to the Cases Capturmv the first OX AC basketball eham plonshlp ln Oak Park hlstorx Arthur E Jones 1956 eage team plcked up 19 wletorles and stumbled IH only three eneounters Raemg through a rcvular eampuvn ol l7 vsms and 7 losses the Llttle Reds returned to the Seetlon Ill throne roon' tollovunv 1 se n s absenee bs deleatmv Wheelmv s Wilde 1ts 87 to 694 'Vlareh 7 tt Lmsly After 0Llll'lLlSlllI1" Moundsulle nn the tlrst round ot the Revlon l plaxofls Mareh 8 nt tne Trogxns home eourt the Red md Bl tek tell Nlelllll to 1 red hot Welrton qumt 87 to 77 m the tm xls txw dass later Don Dodve hr h seorer to' the Olk Parkers and Russ Xvhterwale hls biekeourt mate were selected tc the GN AC s hrst strlnfv ll the elose ot the sexson Leadmg Trndels hoopsters to thenr flrst OVAC dladem nn hsstory Head Coach Arthur E Jones alded by Reserve Mentor John Tommack floored an Oak Park flve consldered to be a West Vlrglnua hardwood power Jul' S ' Zll, Mo .lau'olJs, Ilol W Holm Kra T H I5'll Sh' lds, .lim ' .' 11. Peg , linnrly W1 'l,, llflll llolge, .lohnnj W'l- lill.'.' .Ught gale. Will':1m Orth, IIIZIIIZUJQPIQ c I 0 ' . . , . . I ' . , u a . . , ' K Y 1 I i I - . . ' . . . 4 5 xr 1 ' f v' w I 'nh' L 1 -. 4 A L 4 ur Lib 1 .' " ..' " Cz fa" ' f ' ' V ' - .. 1 -lf l 'L .. - e . . ' ' ... L l I '. W I ' C . V '- . . , l 1 U -' s l J -1 A n K .L . , e . x 1 L - V 's 1' s ' L s R- 'A l . - . ' X N L . , 1 C . P- s 1 ' I- x L - . t AVE h, . ave ' . V K- 3 I, .. .. Q. .L . 1 r ' Q ' 1 ry . l YY l 97 Wlth John Tomlnaclt at the helm Trldels reserve basketeers enjoyed one of thelr most successful campaigns ln several seasons bdggm' 1? vslns Wheelmg Bellaire .md St Clalrsvllle were dropped ln overtnne plttv bv the nmrffln of .1 slnvle polnt Paced by Carl Sprung and John Os borne Trldel s flrst vear cagers tm lshed IH 4 three vlay t1 for second place behlnd Central In the Cltv Fresh man League Coach John A Shlnsln s frosh recorded .1 seven and seven cam pdxgn and falled to defend the Cham plonshlp of the precedlng season FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Flrst row ottomj I slle Nltxllltll S111 James Compl none Second row Illx I Kerns L onfud Wells Robert -xllllULlI us Il T :rd row John A Slllll s x se P Pl PI an s borne The Player Set Swish Went the Net' RESERVE BASKETBALL First row fBottomJ L xrx XX nltexs Ifddle Hu -X I udne Second row In 1 I-I s Ixuk Nolte Bllke St t 1 Ill Jlll ls 11 har row III lonnnac on alkex I 1 I : ag' 'I I ' z-- Illilll. .l li ' r. - I 1' 'l- ard adrell. "' .' . 1 , .w'lIll- her. Ulurles Se ple. Thr as Hz '- mun. T 'd : .Iol " ' ' 'k. ll Mull" Imrid Annon. lich- :urd Glass. .Iohn l:ll1l'Il. . my , . , . , ' C ,' . , .. C - . against 6 setbacks. Three ot the losses. ' c ' 'N : ' l ' ' . - H 'S sf s 18 : ,ef . '. Curl ,' 'ine 1 J ,' ag , 2 z'ic , 9. .A I liahj G"ffitl1s. h' I . . . .' ' - l Im' Ii:1rtl,tt. .lim Pt' 'ff 3 .lol 0:- 98 1955 1956 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE December December December December January January January 'anuary January January January January January February February February February February February SECTION March 9 Follarsbee 16 Marilns Ferry 20-Warwood Central McKunIey Moundsvrlle Magnolna Bellaire Central Wheelmg Moundsvnlle 28-Parkersburg Wheelnng Wellsburu Claursvll Wellsburg 100 Unlon Warwnod Morganlown TOURNAMENT Wheeimg REGION I TOURNAMENT March S Mourdsvllle March 10 Wenrton D0 DON DODGE Guard RANDY WORLS Guard Durmv football season brifht red culottcs CHEERLEADERS First row fBottomJ Klux :rd row Noll ll 'oslxu iosenlwi en C liter Nliriorie tehiin ei Second row Ill-1 Xu ei xel llud eon 1 ni e i 1 ue Six Peppy Lasses Led Frantic Masses Six varsity and two reserve cheerleaders bubble and bounce on field and floor when of enthusiastic and rhythnncal chants and vlhite sweaters dominate the pepstcrs uniforms Similar black and vshite ensemblcs with red accessories add color to the baskct ball floor Bemv a cheerleader however is more than just noise and fun Studies must not bc tain 1 B average, and every Thursday finds eight female jumpmu jacks practicinv thc routines to be used it the next uame or it the next pep assembly Miss Audres Lalcir und M M Rolcos co sponsors lend their cxpcrlcncel tdvicc to this Group Peppy in spite of the wind Tridel s six cheerleaders lead a gridiron chant at tne Warwood game IOO Y Y7w,, , 1 A- -i f+ ' ' Qi - ' I . 2 Th' Z .' 1 1lI'l'is. lt J j l J flllll' Ell li ' ', . 2 4' ' I " '. 2 ii .e ll '. .lev fl , lia'l1 'al Ston . Ge't '1 1 lmvis. 1 b' 1 if y- 5 1 1 Q . ..- I leading the cheering crowds through Ll series neglected. for each girl is required to main- . '. As ' . . ' s, c . K.. . ' Z H " . . 1 - L- " t. C . 5. , L. Q 2: . , ' V I Q lc 1 'c I ' 7 . 1 7 l V , I K x V. . . c H 4 1 . H- N- N-. ' x m ' s L 1 ' - x . C . Antlclpatlng a dlp In Llnslvs pool Llnda Whlte Nancy Hamnlton and Lee Barr L1ttI Red mer malds Slgn up for a swlm Demonstrating their enthusiasm for divinfv and Ulrdml' throuvh eool elear waters Cnrls SVNIIIIINIIN' C lun members heeame expeueneetl water nxmphs bs xworous praet1ees throuvh out the school year Althouvh an avenlable pool for Tr1ad femmes to make lllee III6I'mdldS was dllflcult to Imd the l'lI'IS swam when ewer an opportunltx presented ltselt W1th M1ss Nlarvaret H Newton as spon sor and IIlLl'UelFd the elub held one us1 ness meetmg and one svum eaeh month D1str1but1nv the honors the Llttle Reds held the monthlx svum at e1ther the Lmslv pool o. the YWCA Bes1des 1ts aquatle aet1v1t1es the orvan11at1on also held a bnlee sale m the mleldle ot the sehool year To quahlx lor membershlp Trlad females were requlred to perlmm the slde stroke eravxl baele and breast st1oIees mth SUITILICUI sIe1ll LIIIIIILCI to ill members the elub tllled nts quota mth those who obtamed the h1ghest 1 ttmfvs IH troxouts Mermazcls Fleet Conquered the Deep GIRLS SWIMMING CLUB Flrst row lBottoml wt! en 1rd row N ll P I S cond row I 1 1 11k s ll 111 1 1 stun Ihlen et J . 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C' t I sl ' ' , IOI Nancy Holmes Dorls Lewls and Karen Keyser demonstrate sultable technlques In handllng that popular pnece of sports equlpment a basketball Frequentmg the Courts A Flrst row CBottomJ I XXI C Miss Margaret H Newton eapabls guldeei the Cnrls Athletic IASSOCILIIIOI1 throuvh a xear lull of aetlvlty lzarlx IH the tall the CIAA sponsored 1 wlrls smgles and doubles tenms tournament a hllee to Oglebax P 1rle ln late Oetober mtra mural volleybtll and rms: tenn1s tourn iments and Inter seholasue Games ln the same sports mth Whcelmg Hwh School Basketball praetxec began dunno the C I1r1st mas holldays and after lust semester cxaml nat1ons was held onec 1 week ln the U11 after sehool tt 4 o eloek flames mth Wheel lnv Martms Ferrx and Moundswlle Hwh Sehools were plaved and the season was eom pleted mth an 1tter sehool tourn xment Wzth I ntramural Sports 1e eld o IIIN len ' HI 111 1 11111 lr row N IIHIUIN ec he-I el ex I NX Ills olm me sex NPI e 1 me ond row lun I el IIIII T PICIUII ll IO 'D VV . 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Ilr Im, at l g T . li 3 1 l E2 . 1 I 1 I I I I 1 s AU' TRACK First row fBottomj I' C IIIIZBI I Co hen I Clhsot L Iellner NI Rrne .I fOlI11l'If..,Il0I19 It II Nl tessner S cond row 1 enfeld 111111136-'I I 1 Q QI OII R S 1 ders S tl X Hutt H Iarrrer 1rd row 1 o1rl1 II 111-. x e ,- mt 4 Z U51 'Y' get! l -X rugl -X Kardner ID Black F Rewnolds D Cark S Ixrslex I hddx H Grower I Lukens R XX 1tt I' ff-EIIIIIIKQI I Nlc Xmc I1 I Ilannenberg 4 Rosr 19 torch I0hIl'10IIl1l'ldlk Fourth row I Xfltllel ISOII sworne Nr dlll ok I 1 I Fast and Fleet or Every Meet Coached bw John A Shrnskw Trldels track squad listed V varsity rnernhcrs and I7 freshmen lnexperrencc plagucd the varsity through out the sprlnv campaign since Mr Shlnskx was blessed vuth but two lettermen back from the ii agg1egat1on Albert Huff a senior and Hunter Sllllth a junior The O 1k Park mentor concentrated his cfforts on 1 reburldmv pro Gram th it vu rs centered around hr s 1pl1 nnor and junior cindermen Practlcrn-1 dallx atter school thc Lrttlc Reds part1c1pated in trve meets exclusrwc ol Cinderman Hunter Smith listens intently while Coach John A. Shinsky explains the tricks of clear- ing hurdles to Letterman Albert Huff. revional and statc co npetrtlon Because of thc deplorahlc condition ol the Oak Park oval the traditional opener with Moundsvillc and Union was cancelled this ycar GOLF TEAM Danny Stern Randy Worls Johnny Wilson Robert McLaughlm Don Lltman Sam Boyer Queen o the Green Coached bx C C Kraus Trtdel s roll eomblne reigned as queen ol the green lot ii by eapturtnv the C ltx and ON AC regular season eh imptonshtps and ftmshed thlrd IH the state tournament ll Parleersbuw A mo stroke vtolallon eost the ltttle Reel lmksmen the OVKC tournament elltdem 'Xltx I-1 1955 BASEBALL TEAM Flrst row fBottomr tm If P lk-' P and Sluggers Keen Arthur E Jones W5 Dtamond Nine raeed to tn undefeated regular season before tastmv 1 lone deleat tt an lnopportune time the reglonal llnals at Nl0L1I1dSVlllL Hltchllghtlne the Ltttle Reds et ht and one eampatgn were mn to l xtetorles over W eeltnf' an 1 7 to tlftn oxel Weuxxt I PlN Q-3 -.1 I f 1 s , 5. .. X x " ' , 2 . , L- f A- . N- C . I V . 1 .. A , ,, 4 A .V 1 l . x . 5 . C ' L L I I 2 . lu . ,Q 4 . X . . X . I . i 5. I A1 . x- .Y . . Y A 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 b -tl - A 1 ' s x K' Qg 1 x H 1 ' ' x . 'X f rf x s ' X lf no - h--'slat ' . 1 ' ' ' 'L ' . . Li' . -0 I L LE ' ' 'T0d. - ' 2 l-', Wells, XY, Hrtlt. Tnrd row: .Xrtlltlrl'I..ltn1"s. K, N l -, ll. lferkol. ll. Tlllllllils. 'l', St-zmuut. .l, Ilnuer. ll. W 'l', Owmms, .l. Klllllllitlll. ll ll. lrotlge, ll. Stewurtt Second row: IK llnl'I'y, lwytutt. ti Slvllllllllll, L. Wztltets, ll. IZl:ti1', ti lizunn sen. ll. Km hl 1'. ll, Vllztnv-5. N ' , v , A eq: .0 . , , .. Q! 4, I I ' . we . M B . U Ti " n 'T Y -- I 1 , ' I 'cl ,472 " V v ' , ' Laura N V , A L fix' ' , X A A y. , , A Q t X A , , , . ' ' D' -, l - , xii' ,,- , 1 1 ' M 4.-5 N5 ' , , , , l - We J 1 4 t - 6 A 1 r I, 4 ' . - v, ' . 104 if ,. 1' A Z ,. 'Y ' . 'K ,ii . fff'in-.- and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mrs Mary J and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Patrons Arthur Abercromble G J Albertml Henry Amos Lester E Archer Myron Barrett James0 Barton Cllfford Bell H W Berlsford E A Beurlen C A Bobes Francls Bolden Frank Boyer Bracken 52 Walter R Braden Harry Brlese Henry C Brown George Bruhn L Todd Bullard Mrs Beverly Burrows Rev and Mrs Frederic F Bush Jr Mr and Mrs Harry Bushon Jr Mr and Mrs JamesA Byrum Mr and Mrs Charles R Cannon Mrs Kathleen Cornell Carrasco 46 and Mrs Harlan P Carter and Mrs B D Chambers and Mrs M S Chapman and Mrs Irwm H Clark and Mrs W Russell Clarke and Mrs Herbert L Clutter and Mrs Jack Cohen and Mrs Frank D Compagnone and Mrs Paul K Cook and Mrs Vernon E Cornell and Mrs C M Custer and Mrs Robert L Delaney and Mrs C R Dllmore and Mrs Alfred C Dobbs Sr and Mrs Louls F Doepken Mrs John Donaldson Mr and Mrs David A Drawneck and Mrs Kenneth E Eddy and Mrs W L Edwards and Mrs A Elchelkraut and Mrs George Faller Ernest Flanagan and Mrs Louls F Fleming and Mrs Gus W Freyler Jr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs George Gantzer Harry Gardner John B Gardner Herman Gehrlng r Mnlton Gessner Robert H Gibson Robert K Glffen Rev and Mrs 0 Leland Gilmore and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Harry E J Gonter Bernard Grablow D E Greeneltch B C Grlffeths Cecll Grubb J Earl Grubb Carl Gustkey and and and and and and and and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Roy A Hall C E Hamill Wllllam B Hawkins Fred H Heasley Cecll L Hedrick Clark Hefner Earle Hehr O C Henderson Ruth Herbold 58 and and and and and and and and and and and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs LesterC Hess S R Hess J Francus Hull Wllllam Hull Lewls C Hollerbach NlcholasJ Holmes Mllton E Holt V E Hood Bernard Horkhelmer Dean Hough S P Howell Miss Sarlta Howell 55 and r and and and and and and and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Albert Huff J W Hurley Alfred Ihlenfeld Charles Ihlenfeld Edw G Kartman Harold Kaufman Joseph Kayuha Jr R A Kennen Mrs Pat Zimmerman Kettler Richard A Kettler and and and and and and and and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs T K Keyser Russell Knlght C C Kraus J Add Lane Joseph Lebow Robert Louns Levenson Samuel Levln George J Llttle Mrs DorlsW Long 48 Mrs R W Lukens Margaret E McClelland 51 Mr and Mrs E J McCormlck Mrs Hazel McNenI Mr and Mrs Howard McNunch and and and and and and and and and and and Mrs Vs and and and and and and and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Louls Mamakos G E Maness Henry S Mayer Kenneth Maynard Russell L Mayne Earl D Meek Burke Megahan Robert B Metzner Charles T Meyer Ill H C Mll er Robert H Muller rglnla Muller Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Howard C Mmor Fred Mlnter Sr Gus Mlsser Wm K Mitchell Frank Montalbano Herbert J Moore John Mark Moore Mlss Margaret Moore Mr and Mrs Harold Mullarkey Mrs Katherine Mundle A H Mr. . 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