Triadelphia High School - Triadelphian Yearbook (Wheeling, WV)

 - Class of 1957

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Hill Shivlds and Bot-ky XYayn1an, XV:n-- woot! vxvlmllgc spvnlccrs, scriolls-:ly pun- dvr plans for tht-ir ZIIllN'ill'illl1'I? on thc Viking stage- prior to thu tl'iUliti0'lI2ll XVIII'XYOOKI-'l'l'i2lIl footlmll fray. 'gm 3 , f'0Il2lb0l'iliillg' on piggskin strait-gy, tht- Rod :Ind lilnvk grid lnawhint- joins in il pl'v-gnnlc lnuldlv. . ,-ffffy' If Page F our CO1'1tC11tS . . . Governors ..... Colonists ,..,... "Occurrences" ..,.. "Public Affairs" .,......,.....r.. "Enumerated Commodities" . 'R ff 13- 19 20- 61 62- 93 94-107 ..,...108-120 ,. -"Al ,jf I gifff' .- X9 'Z A4 1 H ff! X S4 .4 Gb SSH 1 15' Y- - Q f r 569 x r' if Qi ' ff I. . ll' if! I, f r , .5 'Q K, I fr "' 44 X , fa X - F .K iv, .. l x ll' ' -xg, H 1 .. ' I Nix, , . ,Ha I sX 1 ' x 1 Q 4 wg. . X Q I if ., 'J,. .Q G 1 X-5 V ' '.,'x.kA. . 5 ,J-' , Aj., , I X- N, M e U .11 , .af 5 E' r . , 1 W if in e .P'!i' 'NN , xr! I E .1 Af' ,' L I., L e xx h .S in . I, .- ,, J. I l x fall, il A4 i 4 . ., ixlx x . W- VJ, f ,A ,hi K H -F X, -gxiqxx h . -3- ' 1 " 'I ,' ' , ' A my NNW JP? Vx Xx,,xv x , N 7,111 -xxx 5 k s X 5' xx 1, A 'f, 'jf' ,fully ' X -Mlm. - '-X :I ,Al ' I fy . X V it Q v 4 I -I , in , ,hx in -1.11 Y I . X +R M ,I Us-K X 1' - 1 5 11,1 I Y Page Five Defying the elements, enthusiastic Oak Park spectators view Tridel's gridders in au action- paeked thriller against iVarwood's Vikings. The Little Reds emerged victorious to the tune of 2 to 0. FOREWORD History isn't evolved to ignoreg memo- ries aren't made to forget. Now a misty haze on the frontier, the future promises reliections of the first hesitant blazers of trails, some masteredg others deserted. Four years of attending classes, doing homework, and enjoying extra-curricular activities have aided in marking the paths of new territories and in scouting the way for future memories. As history books portray America's rich heritage, may "The 1957 Triad" mirror the reflections and renew the notches of memo- rable high school years. -SUSAN EICHELKRAUT Editor ..C7C7n,C-'flT':fYZ!1C,L1' 'KZ'3':1fJCCJf3l'.7?f lYi"'fL-xii? 'A fYNC Y , - Y - Q 4 D , I9 in 9 QI 9 -0 ,-.-g - ,ll l, I ' ' ' l 1 l ,- i l ' i X. , l I in 11 i W. .5 f V - Bill Shields and Dave Kraus vie for a rebound '," 2 21? V during the Bellaire-Triad court. seranible. John I ' 'Z El Xvilkes 173, Big Red all-stator, is the impressed 1,1 f A ,1 Lv I A I W, bystauder. lneidentally, the Little Reds upset ' ' " ff ' the Big liens, oz to 56. 1 4 1 ,ll 'Z fcjf I - '- i , ' ' ' f. ,f l i f , , i , I f,-, - Page Six - ' - ullli'0l'lllilii0ll, please!" lieseeell Betty lion Stnmmeyer and Rich- ard Glass, eareer-minded seniors, as they seek suggestions from the ever-sei-vieeahle bulletin board. Zkmwmwz Recognized by his versatility, his yardstick, and his extra credit, C. C. Kraus exhibits a fathomless knowledge of America and its his- tory and, at the same time, upholds high standards of scholastic achievement. For 13 of his 31 years as a secondary school teacher, Mr. Kraus has been a member of Triadelphia High School's faculty. Re- gardless of present-day commitments, he in- variably finds time to assume an extra task or to lighten another's load. Students in American history revel in his ability to shed light on the dark panels of the past, his intelligent comprehension of the present, and his realistic predictions of the future. Urging and aiding Little Reds to grasp the significance of their surroundings and to take advantage of their opportunities, Mr. Kraus is as adept in his analysis of world-shattering events as he is in his duties of volunteer golf coach. To honor such an outstanding personage, the staff of "The 1957 Triad" dedicates this volume to a genius in the classroom, a spirited citizen in the community, and a man among men. C C. C. KRAUS 1957 Mr. Kraus leafs tllrough "The Triad" and latches on to focal points of interest, re- lccting an uncanny ability of his that often confronts anxious students in American history at test time. Page Seven Dave Kraus, Ray Rivlnnonfl, Carol Ewingg, Don Kon- nefly, and Roslyn Rosvnborg, '1'ridel's flclcgntc-s to Girls' and Boys' Stains, happily lay their plans for a l'un-pac'kvd wx-uk at Jam-kson's Mill, Nancy Stowzlrt, Tom 'l'imbrook, and Joy Fa-rgll son pantominw "Tonight You llc-long to Mr-" in "Snow l4'olli1-s," thv annual Iwo-nigh 5'Tl'i2ldu-Tl'i2ld0llllliilll lwlu-I'iI. 5 nil l . 4, Sh F, - Honoring Iiivllulwl Mille-r '45, 'I'ri1l0l's lonv past prf-sidvnt of lhs- Stull' Studi-nt Founcil Assorizx- tion, 'l'ri1l1-l's clolvgam-s to this yvau"s J:n'kson's Mill 1-onvvnlion proudly display Mrs. Lois Gruhb's lmnrliwork. Looking on with Mrs. Grubb are Hurry 4'lattvrlm1'k, John lnlkuns, and Johnny lVilson. Cager Bob Pvyton hinges with cutliko prowess in an all-out interception attempt during tho llfellsburg-Trizul fray. Parkers Dick Hudsell, Bill Krcutzcr, and Tom Harnmn are 1-oilvd to de- liver any aid that might bc nec-rlorl. Uoach Arthur E. Jones' C0lll'l'lYl0ll 0lllCl'g0d on the long end ol' an 89-to-47 tally. Page Eight ,QBELPHIA 449 'Ho 0 1 IHIEELING ZLITT " 1 ' 49 LE Hens kk A - FUCHAHU MILLER 5 Hnh ol' hcI'orc-school activity for 'l'ria1l Before-class flashcs pit lllilll against Iockcr as Michal-l Drahos and John Schncidnlillcr wrcsflc with coats and books in thc tall grccn cage. r Iasscs, thc oll'icc of thc dean of girls hnms with animation prior to morning.: classes. --.--- ,- . ...... -.-....-.-----.- ......... -- -----..---- --.--,,---.-----.---..- - -- ,- Sccmingly nnawarc of the hovcring agatc sus- pcndcfl lll0ll2lCill2iy in the 0llf1lllgll'Ill0llf of arms abovc him, Bill Shields appcars in a pain- ful state during Triad-Bcllairc court action on thc Ohio-sidc hardwoods. Mum corsagcs honorcd Moms ot' 'l'ridcl's scnior hanfl mcmhcrs at half-timc ccrcmonics during thc WaI-wood-'l'ri:ul grid fray. . . nary., I -'L' -A , -1 Q -.1 ,- 115,11 -1 ..-:L Page Nine Page Ten gOVC17l'1Ol?S fl, Q X ng - 0 N v' -' ' , A W ALI ? J J , 3 I E X I. . 0 Page Eleven 1, I SUPERINTEND'EN'l'S-Leveriug C. Bonar, H. D. XVi1tong, and J. P. McHenry. Duties of Administrators Undergo Daily Deviation Keeping the public schools of Ohio County in good repair, modernizing and making up-to-date changes in the county's educational institutions, securing teaching and mainten- ance personnel, supplying textbooks and simi- lar related materials, and providing trans- portation for students living two or more miles away from any public school are among the varied duties of the Ohio County Board of Education. BOARD OF EDl't'A'l7ION - tStandingD: J. Ira Steele, maintenance supervisory J. P, McHenry, superintendentg Levering C. Bonar, assistant super- intendent in charge of junior and senior high This five-member group administers to thc needs of the elementary and secondary schools of Ohio County. Handling school affairs from 2130 Chapline Street, Wheeling, this non-partisan group meets the third Monday of each month. President Robert C. Hazlett oliiciates at thc monthly sessions, and J. P. lVlcl-lenry, super intendent of the Ohio County Public School system, is secretary to the board. schools: H. D. Vifilfong, assistant SllD9l'll1l0llfl0lll. in charge of elementary schools. Sent:-cl: .lohn H. Clark, Clyde W. Campbell, Vifm. F. Garden, Presi- dent Rohert C. I-Iazlett., Mrs. Riuliaiml T. McCoy. S, xi M X :ix 25 Bw QW f-' ' i 1 Page Twelve Mr. Farmer its PHYLLIS A. BENEKE A.B., M.Ed. Dean of Girls General Mathematics Cheerleaders. Future Nurses Club Q J. w. COCHRAN C A.B., M.Ed. X Dean of Boys Problems of Democracy National Honor Society, .lunior Town Meeting Q Q W. J. FARMER A.B., M.Ed. Principal 'R i .4 GL' Miss Beneke Mr. Cochran Miss Barnard Mr. Bixler N w l , KATHERINE E. BARNARD A.B. i Shorthand I, II V. H. BIXLER A.B., A.M. World History Page Thirteen 5 Miss Brand Miss Brennan 1-V-tg, J. C. BULLARD B.S., M.Ed. Biology Nature Club STEFANO R. CEO Instrumental Music Band Mrs. Dobbs Y Dumas as C. h Ns- L Page Fourteen 3 G doa VIRGINIA L. BRAND A.B., A.M. Vocal Music First-Year Girls' and Mixed Choruses, Second-Year Girls' and Mixed Choruses. Triadettes BERNICE R. BRENNAN A.B., A.M. English IV Warwood Exchange Speakers Mr. Bullard Mr. Ceo MARGARET DOBBS Ph.B. English I Future Teachers of America FRANK DUMAS ILS. American History, Social Science Assistant Football and Basketball Coach ADDA L. DUNLAP n.s., A.M. English in Y-Teens. National Honor Society CATHERINE M. EBERT B.S., M.Ed. Bookkeeping I, ll, Salesmanship, Business Law Junior Red Cross Miss Erskine l N H fp-.I :ky CARRIE KATHRYN FLEMING A.B., A.M. English II MARY ALICE GROPPE A.B. Typing I, Business Arithmetic Miss Dunlap Miss Ebert MARY A. ERSKINE A.B., M. Litt. English I, IV, Speech Masquers, Thespians, "Voice of Democracyj: Junior Town Meeting ALMA S. FARLEY Secretary Miss Fleming Mrs. Groppe O Page F ifleen LOIS GRUBB B.S. Plane Geometry Student Council LOIS HOFFER A.B. General Science, Physics Mg J Miss Killian L I .I C. C. KRAUS A.B., A.M. American History Tennis, Golf JACK LA BAY A.B. Boys' Physical Education Head Football Coach Page Sixteen Mrs. Grubb Mrs. Hoffer ARTHUR E. JONES A.B., M.Sc. Social Science Head Basketball and Baseball Coach INDIA KILLIAN A.B. English ll, III Mr. Kraus Mr. La Bay Miss Lazeur Mrs. Martin A. R. MILLIGAN A.B. Chemistry Science Club. Projection Crew MARGARET MOORE A.B., A.M. . Spanish I, ll, English I Spanish Club Miss Nully Miss Newman AUDREY LAZEAR A.B., A.M. Latin II, IV, Problems of Democracy Classical Club OPALINE T. MARTIN A.B. Typing I, Il, Personal Typing Mr. Milligan Miss Moore ELINOR NALLY A.B., M.Litt. French I, Latin I GERALDINE J. NEWMAN B.S., M.Ed. Foods I, II Home Economics Club Page Sevenieen Miss Newton Mr. Peck 13,04 WALL., F l g . 3? W, ,N ' ROBERT H. PORTER ' A.B., M.Ed. ' English I, Journalism The Triadelphian, "The Triad." Quill 84 Scroll M. M. ROKOS B.S. Mechanical Drawing I, II, III, IV, Algebra I Faculty Manager of Athletics Miss Scherich A Mr. Shinsky n f Page Eighteen MARGARET H. NEWTON B.S. Girls' Physical Education Girls' Athletic Association, Girls' Swimming Club. Bowling. Intramural Sports ANTHONY PECK A.B., M.Ed. Art Art Club, Hi-Y Club Mr. Porter Mr. Rokos MABEL SCHERICH A.B. Algebra I Riding Club JOHN A. SHINSKY A.B. Geography, Social Science, General Mathematics Freshman Football and Basketball Coach, Head Track Coach DORA STEELE B.S. Sewing I, II Home Economics Club G. INGRAM STUTLER A.B. Biology Mr. Tominack Miss White MARY B. WINTERS A.B., A.M. Algebra ll, Ill, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry Y-Teens KATE WORLS A.B. English I, Social Science Mrs. Steele r. Stu r JOHN TOMINACK A.B., B.S. Drivers' Training SARAH F. WHITE A.B., B.S. Librarian Library Club 1 ,Q -I-, A 1 ' Miss Winters Mrs. Worls Page Nineteen 1,11 F xfi 'Qu -.. .ziffwf "' '1 aff? -4 55' I fi ,tl H n. ELIIGVE -4 - - N4 DA 5 - fd Page Twenty --,-,4ipi""' ,xc 9? colonists Q' "' ff V- HW 1-U adafqhndk Luna VVWX 09 NBCDEFGYHIJKLFINOVDR 5TuvwXyZ RE U H' 1 M .N ,V nl 4 lmllll M 1 uw I I 553 c-1 all og an-fCiT'ga ur 67 Lil , Q' 0. b pq! wx 3 51- 1 A 2- M Io 0.5 1 ov mznou meters obub lu br brbvl'-1 acgggq, oc vc cn cicvcetv ld:-41d od uJ dn ds Jndwdu gov!! Fnbhrn,-1a.e.k an vu Huvin, hall.-nd bs 'Hxy Nlni 5 Thy lfnuqdsm coma fb-17 ...ml L: dl-my Ou hath ms .1 ls nu rlznvewjgnq-ve nun Tnzvp:-uses, as we Fanqavi wn Fnzup-sstRs,uNd Ind US Nei mfs 'Nr-Qpfqflsu V7 Y will vs flow-1 vu - Ruin LOWS b an s.u, ' . X ' - ,EL1wf m s 'l lv U "ff ' TWG e if W M w My 'V l k Page T wenly one .PQ X if ,I ,715 ,M ?"2PW"i.yvf'4'.1zff'Qff-"uh"7qA,fu4ff1w,4lM4wvmy 27,4237 M1471 , Q W 3 A f 2 yy fl, .,,. . . . - ., ,, ,. . . . ,, F-wi9,..,,4 f fi f . 'Elie v vc' f X 7 f' f in 'Z ?1' I f 72 1 9? NICK PETROPLUS gg Z Nick f Q! of ii 7' ' College Preparatory lg Q ,I Classical lg NHS 3, Treasurer 43 Masquers 4. yi U 6 'J Q I , ,gf I f ,7 - z, 4 , ,w i ,, V 2 Z? Q, NICK PE-l ROPLUS 6 I yt President 5 pil tl' a ll '. i , Q' A s f i t Q 6JlLl,, V-r,.ji,ffZ"' -.fjpv ,a.f, --aw mf- ,v 1- 7, I ,,,, 5,,,,,. f ' 'G il' 'e ' s " . , 4-5!,rgf'?y.,2qjZ-.,2w,w,5,f, 1. .-1.5 ,-., yn U v-,. -f,'4J'M,kk,,w4! , u,,0v!g ' XYilliam BIOYZIIPI' assists Nancy Svllt-:lt-l'lt-ill in donning hor grarluation rohv in lm-paration for V ' onvoming 1'onnnent-vim-nt. lflxvwises. S 3522 . ' , 'H' , M. MARK SCHWARTZ SUSAN WILHELM ff Q. 'f Mick Sue I A College Preparatory College Preparatory ' A Classical I, 2, Swimming l, 2, Y-Teens I. 2. 3, 49 Nature I, 2. T 4 ,W 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 49 Science 3, Secretary 3, President 41 Li- - ' Projection Crew 3g Student hrary 3, President 43 JRC Coun- Council 33 Masquers 45 l-li-Y 4. cil I, 2. 3, Secretary-Treasurer ' z " z 2. 5 3 M. MARK SUSAN WILHELM f,5E'f5'C" It A 3, 4 FN 4 SCHWARTZ Secretary ' Vice-President "lVho is the t'ai1't-st of them all?" query Jean Thom-n and Hunter Smith as they prepare to cast their ballot for queen of the "Camelot Cabaret." Page T wenty-two SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS DAVID ROSS KRAUS Dave College Preparatory Football l, 2, 3, 4g Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Z, 3, 4: Track lg Stifel Prize 2, Sophomore Presidentg Science 3, 4. DAVID ROSS KRAUS Treasurer SENIOR WILLIAM ABRAHAM Bill College Preparatory Science 4g Entered as a senior from Moundsville High School, Moundsville, West Virginia. DANIEL AMEND Dan General H i-Y 4. JOHN R. ARSLAIN Johnnie College Preparatory Football lg Track l, 3, 4: Swim- ming 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4. JOHN RONALD BAKER Ronny General Football lg Assistant Drum Major 2, 3g Head Drum Major 4g Band Council President 4. JOHN BANCO John College Preparatory Basketball 2, 3g Bowling 3. 49 Hi-Y 4. ' "'a . I f I'-il 1' ,Q 'A x ' l 3 1' ilu' , -' T F li ,, 1 1 ' f r J I I 2 11.2 X . tg Q' all P if ft- -V Q 1 - K ft - Y Ti! FRANCES ALLISON Frann ie College Preparatory Chorus .l, 2, 3g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID ANNON Dave College Preparatory Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Spanish 2g Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4g Basketball l, 2, 3. CONSTANCE JEAN AULT Connie General Y-Teens l, 2. 3, 4g Classical 2, 3, 4. J UDITH BAKER Judy Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4g Nature 3, 4g GAA. 45 Bowling 2, 3, 43 Library Counselor 2, 3, 4g Li- brary 2. Secretary 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4. PHILIP BARON Phil General CLASS Page Twenty-three SENIOR Nip General EDGAR LEWIS BISE JR. Ed Commercial RICHARD LEE BLACK .Dick , , General j G 'K Q Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball , 1, 2g Track l, 2, 4, Co-Cap- J tain 3. BRIAN STUART BOBES Bo College Preparatory Spanish 4, Bowling 2. 3, 4. EDITH LOUISE BOYD Edie College Preparatory Classical 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens I, 2, Cabinet 3, 43 JRC Council Presi- dent 4, Art l, 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4, NHS 3, Secretary 4g Science 45 Bowling 2, 3, 45 FN 4. Page T wenty-four if Ui- 5 I. PATRICIA ANN BEHRENS Patty College Preparatory Riding 2, 3, 4, Science 4, Y Teens 43 Chorus l. BARBARA LEE BLACK Barb Commercial Y-Teens l, 2. 3. 4g Home Ec 1, Treasurer 25 Bowling 3, 45 Chorus l, 2. CARROLL ARTHUR BLAKE Chick College Preparatory Science 43 Hi-Y 43 Entered as a senior from Sherrard High School. Sherrard, West Virginia. JEAN YVONNE BOWMAN Jean Commercial PHILIPPA QUINN BRAND Phil College Preparatory Y-Teens l, 2. 3, 43 Riding 2, 3, 4. GARY EDWIN BRAUN Gary College Preparatory Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Classical 2, 3, 43 Science 3, 43 Masquers 3, 4: Hi-Y 4g Student Council 4g Bowling 2. CLYDE BURSON Pinky College Preparatory Hi-Y 4. MARY ELLEN CARTER Tippy College Preparatory Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4g Y-Teens I, 2, Cabinet 3, Presi- dent 45 Nl-IS 3, 45 Classical 2, 3, 4, Nature 25 FN 3, JRC Council lg Mixed Chorus 2, 4g Junior Vice-President. MARK CLARK Mark Commercial DAVID D. COHEN Dave College Preparatory Classical 2, 33 Science 3, 43 Bowling l, 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 4g Projection Crew 43 Swimming 3, 4. JOHN BRENNAN J ack College Preparatory Projection Crew 4g Art 43 Hi-Y 4g Entered as a senior from Central Catholic High School, Wheeling, West Virginia. FERMAN PAUL CARR JR. Sparkle Commercial Football lg Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 4g Swimming 3. MARY LOUISA CATLET T Mary Lou Commercial JRC Council 4. . Mia tu ent President ' ca 7 3 2 ' ed ph 'in 3 Bo n Ha J 3 y gl 0 Jil' a o s d 5 0 1 1, 'I ,t , a a .QM 145' ,K l -, , 3 V, v Chorus 1, , 4, r ri d . ' - ll , lc g . JERRY B. COOK Cookie General Track 1. CLASS Page Twenty-five an SENIOR BRUCE ROGERS CRADDOCK Bruce College Preparatory Football lg Hi-Y 3, 4, Track 3, 43 Swimming 3, 4, Triad- Triadelphian 4, Entered as a sophomore from Hermitage High School, Richmond, Vir- ginia. CARRIE LOU CRIBBS Carrie Commercial Y-Teens 4, Masquers 43 FN 4, Entered as a senior from Frank- lin High School, Portland, Ore- gon. RONALD LEE DARRAH Ron College Preparatory Triad-Triadelphian 3, Quill 8c Scroll 3. TOMMY DAWSON Tom Commercial I-IOMER DENNEY Homer College Preparatory Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Science 3, 4g Spanish 4, Track 1. Page T wenfy-six HELEN CAROLINE CRAIG Helen Commercial Y-Teens 43 Chorus 1, 2. LILLIAN R. CROSSLAND Lil Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus l, 2. SYLVIA TODD DAVIS Sylvia Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Riding 2, 3. ROBERT DEMERSKI Bob Industrial Arts Projection Crew 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN DI BETTA Pat Commercial Chorus l, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4 FTA 4. MICHAEL H. DRAHOS Sonny Commercial Bowling l, 2, 3, 43 Projection Crew 3, 4. WILLIAM R. EDGEMOND JR. Bill General KATHRYN B. EDWARDS Kitty College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 43 Classical 2, 3, 43 NHS 3. 43 Bowling 2. 3, 43 Triadettes 3. 43 FN 3. 43 Student Council 2, 33 Quill 84 Scroll 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2. 43 Triad-Triadelphian 3, Exchange Editor 4. CAROL EWING Carol College Preparatory NHS 3, President 43 Girls' Slate 33 Library 2, 3. 4: Student Council l, 33 Y-Teens l, Cabi- net 2, 3, Vicc-President 43 Span- ish 3, 43 Classical 2, 3, 43 Fresh- man Promotion Speaker. LOU ANN F ALKENST EIN Louie Commercial Y-Teens I. 2. 3. 43 Chorus lg Band 2, 3. Treasurer 43 Home Ec 4. in ,aff CHARLES DUFFY Chic General Football 13 Basketball lg Base- ball 2. FRED 0. EDWARDS Hot-rod General SUSAN EICHELKRAUT Susan College Preparatory Freshman Promotion Speakerg Y-Teens l, Cabinet 2, 3. 43 Classical 2, 3, 43 Spanish 3, 43 Masquers 2, 3, President 43 Thespians 2, 4, Secretary 33 Student Council 43 Science 43 Triad-Triadelphian 2, Business Manager Triadelphian 3, Asso- ciate Editor 4. Triad Editor 43 Quill 8a Scroll 3, 4. CAROLYN JEAN EWING Carolyn Commercial Y-Teens 1, 43 Home Ee 4. BRENT FARROW Ben CLASS Page Twenty-seven SENIOR JOYCE ADELE FERGUSON Joy College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Art 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Spanish 4, Masquers 4, Triad-Triadelphian 3, Tria- delphian Art Editor 4. JAMES W. FERRELL Jim General Track 1. ANITA MAE FRANCIS Anita Commercial Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4. Pl-IYLLIS JEAN GELLNER Phyl Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2. RICHARD GLASS Rich College Preparatory Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Baseball 4, Entered as a junior from Linsly Military Institute, Wheeling, West Virginia. Page Twenfy-eight 15? i Q, ' i I ii ixf I II? J 3' .i 4 w , iii rp!! Lf, " MARGARET ANN FERNS Peggy Commercial Chorus l, 2: Y-Teens l, 3, 4, Home Ec 4. ROBERT HENRY FISHER Bob College Preparatory Classical 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Sci- ence 4, Hi-Y 4. LILY ANN GELLNER Lily Commercial Y-Teens 4. DAVID LELAND GILMORE David College Preparatory Chorus l, 4, Science 4, Hi-Y 4, Classical 4, Masquers 4. MARY KAY GOWLAND Kay Commercial RICHARD GRIMES Rich College Preparatory NANCY ELLEN HAMILTON Nino College Preparatory Swimming 2, 3. 4, Masquers 2. 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, JRC Council Vice-President 4, Clas- sical 2, 3, Art 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. 3, 4, Chorus 2, Science 4, En- tered zis a sophomore from Washington Irving High School, Clarksburg, West Virginia. WILLIAM H. HAND Bill General Track 1. NOLA JULE HARRIS Nola Commercial Cheerleader 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 2, Junior Secretary-Treas- urer, Nature 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Art 3, President 4, Masquers 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4. JOAN HILE J oanie General Y-Teens I, 2. 3, 4, Classical' 2, 3, 4, Library I, 2, 3, 4. ,.' J I J f5 F R li 'V' MAJ I vi x I- A K, X, 4 CAROLE MARIE HAHNE Carole General Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Art 4. WILLIAM RODGER HAMILTON Bill College Preparatory Band l, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Science 3, Hi-Y 3, 4. THOMAS MORGAN HARMAN Tom College Preparatory Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Entered as a junior from Morgantown High School, Morgantown, VA,, West Virginia. -f,f',,.Z '- mg 'Jyguf .131-1:-J U Le ig: ---f - . , L 412.-59.4 0 15,31 4 CVM-. f 1- I 4, .-. 65,451,062 ' .L-L.. fed-1 .I ,QD MAL" VIRGINIA LOUISE HARRIS Jenny' 'ff' 'U' College Preparatory A" 14041 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, Bowling 2, Science 4, Triadettes 4, FN 4, NHS 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4. , I , . , l., fl,--. .. . ,I if 1 NANCY ELIZABETH HOLMES Nancy College Preparatory NHS 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Spanish 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, Presi- dent 4, Classical 2, 3, 4, Fresh- man Promotion Speaker. CLASS Page Twenty-nine .4 SENIOR ROSE EMILY HORKHEIMER Fritzie College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 43 Classical 2. 3g Riding 2, 3. 4g Masquers 2, 3, ' ' - ' 43 Spanish 4. LINDA JANE I-IURLEY Linda College Preparatory Y-Teens l, 2. 3. 4: FN 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3. KATHRYN MERL JEWELL Kay Commercial Y-Teens I, 2. 3, 43 Bowling I DAVID JOSEPH JOEL Jug College Preparatory av X li' ij . i v 1 sl Hi-Y 4g Masquers 43 Golf 4, A' JD Basketball 43 Entered as a jun- If ior from Linsly Military Insti- A ' tute, Wheeling. West Virginia. PEARL JONES Baby General Entered as a senior from Lin- coln High School, Wheeling, West Virginia. Page Th irly . .Ag I i Q ' 53 v 1' i R JOHN S. HUBACHER J ack College Preparatory Football lg Hi-Y 3. 43 Science 3. 4. JOHN JAMES JACOB Jake Commercial Bowling 2, 3. 43 Hi-Y 4. BARBARA LEE JEWETT Barb Commercial Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4. MARY LOUISE JONES Dedee General Entered as a senior from Lin- coln High School. Wheeling. West Virginia. MARY LOUISE KAYLOR Mary Lou College Preparatory Science 3. 43 Spanish 45 Y- Teens 3, 4g Entered as a junior from Sidney Lanier High School. Montgomery, Alabama. EDWARD DONALD KENNEDY Don College Preparatory Classical 2. 3, 43 Science 3 Treasurer 43 Bowling 23 Mas quers 43 Student Council 43 Jr Town Meeting 4: Hi-Y 43 Boys' State 33 Stifel Prize l. DONNA JEAN KE'l"l'LER Donna R Commercial Y-Teens I, 2. 3. 4: Chorus I, 2: GAA 3, 4. , f RHODA KLINGHOFFER Rhoda College Preparatory Masquers 3. Vice-President 4: Y-Teens l, 2. 3. 4: Bowling 3. 4: Swimming 3. 43 Spanish 4. T. ALEX LANE Alex ' College Preparatory Freshman Promotion Speaker, ' Sophomore Vice-President, Clas- sical 2g Science 3: Projection Crew 4. PHIL LANG Phil College Preparatory if Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 23 -. Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4g District President 4g Triad-Triadelphian A 21 Swimming l. ALAN KENT Alan Industrial Arts THOMAS KIZIMINSKI Tom Commercial WILLIAM JOSEPH KREUTZER Bill General Football 1, 4, Track 1, 2, Bas- ketball l. 2, 3. DONNA FAIRY LANEY Donna Commercial Chorus l. 2, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS LaROCHE Tom Commercial Football I, 2. 3, 4g Basketball lg Track 1, 2, 3, 4, I-Ii-Y 3, 4. CLASS Page Thirty-one SENIOR CHARLES R. LAZARUS Cheese Industrial Arts Bowling 42 Hi-Y 4. MARY JANE LYONS Mary Jane Commercial Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4g FTA 4. BARBARA SUSAN MAYER Barb College Preparatory Bowling 1, 2g Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4g Masquers 2. 3. 4, Science 3, Secretary 4. JOYCE LEE McALLlSTER Joyce College Preparatory Y-Teens l, 2. 3, 4g Library 3 4, Treasurer 2g Library Coun selor 1, 2, 3. 4, Science 3, 4, Classical 2, 3. 4, Triad-Triadel- phian 4. HAZEL WANITA McCORD Wanita College Preparatory Y-Teens 3. 43 Classical 2, 3, 4g Spanish 3, 4g FN 3, 4g Stifel Prize 3. Page Thirly-I wo BARBARA JEAN LEMMON Bobbie Jean General Triad-Triadelphian 33 Y-Teens 2, 3. 4, Home Ec Vice-President 41 Art 43 Entered as a sopho- more from Clay Junior High School, Wheeling, West Virginia. DALE R. MANN Dale Industrial Arts MARY MARGARET MAYNE Maggie College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4g Home Ec I, 2. 43 Bowling 3, 43 Science 3, 43 FTA 4g FN 3, 4: Triad-Triadel- phian 4. ,-.'..,,g..' 0, ,JT-f,,f"" q xp. Ueffj MMM. h .Q Wf?f,v QM We NANCY ELILA MLCONN Nancy College Preparatory Classical 7 3 4 Spanish 3. 4g Y Teens eff, .0 V ROBERT McCORMlCK Bob Industrial Arts SANDRA KATHRYN McKEEN Sandy Commercial Y-Teens l. 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2. DALE MARWYN McNINCH Dale Industrial Arts Track lg Football 2, 3, 4, "Know Your State Govern- ment" Representative 3: Hi-Y 4. WILLIAM R. METZNER Metz College Preparatory Basketball l, 2, 3. 4. PHYLLIS ANN MILLER Phil Commercial Y-Teens l, 4g Swimming 3, 4g Chorus l, 2. MARGARET ANN MILLIGAN Pegg-Y General Chorus l, 2g Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Masquers 2, 3, 43 GAA 2. 3, 4g Bowling 2, 3, 43 Science 3, 4g FN 3. President 4. -K N 1:-2 R5 0 I 9. li l A . ' 9 I . I A il U it Yillft 2, ROBERT McLAUGHLIN Bob Industrial Arts Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. SARAH VIRGINIA MERCER Sally College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 4: Library 3, Treasurer 4, FN 3, 4, Entered as a sophomore from Warren Consolidated High School, Til- tonsville, Ohio. DANIEL D. MILES Danny College Preparatory Band 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Basket- ball 3g Football 4, Baseball 1, 2, Entered as a senior from Whit- well High School, Whitwell. Tennessee, WILLIAM MILLER Bill Industrial Arts HELEN ELIZABETH MINOR Midge College Preparatory Y-Teens 2, 3, 4g Science 43 Triad-Triadelphian 3, Triadel- phian Editor 4, Triad Associate Editor 4, Quill 8: Scroll 3, 43 Entered as a freshman from Vineland High School, Vine- land, New Jersey. CLASS Page T hirty-three SENIGR CYNTHIA ANNE MOORE Cynthia College Preparatory Art I. 2, 3. 4g Bowling 23 Span- ish 3, President 4g Y-Teens I. 2. 3. 4g JRC Council 4. BARBARA ANN MORGAN Barb Commercial Y-Teens 3. NANCY MULDOON Nancy Commercial Y-Teens I, 3. 4. GEORGE K. NASH George Industrial Arts EDWARD ERNEST NICHOLS Buck General Classical 4. Page Thirty-four LLOYD DOUGLASS MOORE LD College Preparatory Football 4g Chorus 3. 4a Science 43 Entered as a sophomore from Linsly Military Institute. Wheel- ing. West Virginia. CAROL VIRGINIA MOUNT Jeanie Commercial Y-Teens I. 3. 4: GAA 3, 43 Band 2. 3. Secretary 4g Major- ette 3. 4. WALTER MYERS Walt Industrial Arts Football I . SYLVIA ANN NEUHARD Syl College Preparatory Y-Teens I, 2. 43 Art I. 2. 3. 4g Home Ec 41 Riding 4. CECIL G. NICKERSON Nick Commercial DONNA KAY NICKERSON Donna Commercial Y-Teens l, 2, 3. 43 Bowling 2, 3, 4g Chorus I, 2. CHARLES M. ORTH Mousie Commercial Track Manager lg Football Manager 2, 3, 4. THOMAS PETROCK Tom College Preparatory Track l, 2. PETER GLEN PHILLIPS Pete College Preparatory Football I, 2, 3, 4g Basketball l, 23 Baseball 1. 2, Hi-Y 4. LANE POWELL I-Iorlense General Band l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 43 Triad- Triadelphian 4. "fran . I Ps. ' JOHN HENRY OCH III T A K Jack W i rv' es Q i -si. if , V, Industrial Arts .J i I ii "QA X-n A , f is Q I E .S W.. I GEORGIA ANN PENNINGTON George General Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, . P 4, Il Bowling 2, 3. 4, FN 4. KITTY LOU PHILLIPS Kitty Commercial Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Chorus I, 2, 3, Riding l, 2, Home Ec 4. IT' i Xxx, BRENDA KAY POLLOCK BK College Preparatory FTA 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Library 2, 3, 43 Library Counselor 1, 2, 3, 45 Science 4, Chorus 1, 2. Silk, ' JOAN RANDOLPH W Joan ' A College Preparatory V Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling lg ' V' Swimming 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, Sec- , retary 43 Masquers 4, Science 4. , CLASS Wig: . 'E-EET . Page Thirty-five SEN IGR RUTH ANN RAUSCHENBERG Ruth ie Commercial Y-Teens I, 2, 3. 4, GAA 2, 3, 4. NORA LOU REMKE Remp College Preparatory Freshman Secretary - Treasurer, Swimming 1, 2, 3, President 4, GAA 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4, Classical 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish 3, 4, Student Council 2, Secretary 3, 4, FTA 2. 3, 4, Triad-Triadelphian 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Science 4. ELMER RAYDEAN RICHMOND Ray College Preparatory Student Council 1, Band I, Freshman Promotion Speaker, Boys' State Representative 3, NHS 3, 4, Chorus 4. SONJA RINARD Sonja Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 4. JAMES STEWART ROGERS Jamie College Preparatory Bowling 3, 4, Science 3, Presi- dent 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Projection Crew 4, Student Council 3, 4. Page Thirty-six REGINA LYNN REED Reg College Preparatory Classical 2, 3, Masquers 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, FN 4, Science 4. LOUISE ANNA RENTSCHLER Louise College Preparatory Y-Teens l. 2, 3, 4, Art 3, 4, Spanish 3, Vice-President 4, Na- ture 3, 4, Science 4, Triadettes 4, Chorus Accompanist l, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN LEE RIGGLE Carol College Preparatory Y-Teens l, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Home Ee 4, FN 4. SYLVIA RIVLIN Sylvia College Preparatory Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Nature 3, 4, Classical 3, 4, Science 3, Bowl- ing 3, 4, FN 3, GAA 4, Triad- Triadelphian 4. LYNNE ROLLINS Lynne College Preparatory Band l, 2, 3, NHS 3. 4, Tria- dcttes Accompanist I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus Accompanist 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, FTA 3, Treasurer 4, Science 4. BARBARA ROSE Barb College Preparatory Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 43 Classical 23 FTA 2. NANCY JANE ROSS Nancy College Preparatory Y-Teens I. 2, 3. 43 Art 2, 3, 43 Classical 2, 3, 43 Spanish 3, 43 Science 43 Bowling 2. NANCY JANE SALMONS Nancy College Preparatory Y-Teens I. 2, 3, 43 Spanish 3, 43 Classical l, 23 Library Vice- President 23 FN 4. NANCY ELIZABETH SCHENERLEIN Nan College Preparatory JRC Council I, 23 Masquers 2, 3, 43 Thespians 43 Classical 2, Vice-President 3, President 43 Spanish 3, 43 Science 4g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Town Meeting 4: Stifel Prize 3. PATRICIA ANN SEKORAL Pat, College Preparatory Chorus I3 Classical 2, 3, 43 Y- Teens I. 2, 3. 43 FN 43 Sci- ence 4. ROSLYN ELIZABETH ROSENBERG Lyn College Preparatory NHS 3, 43 Cheerleader 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Bowling 23 FTA 2, 3, President 43 Classical 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Nature 3, 43 Science 43 Spanish 3, 43 Masquers 43 Girls, State 3. CAROL ANITA ROTH Carol Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish 2, 3, 43 Art 1, 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2, 3, 4. RICHARD ARLIE SCHAFER Animal General Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 4. BLAKE H. SCHUBERT Blake College Preparatory Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Science 3. 4g Football 1, 23 Basketball I. 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Fresh- man President3 Triad-Triadel- phian 4. CHARLES SEMPLE Charlie General Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3. CLASS Page T hirty-seven SENIOR PATRICIA ANN SHAFER Patty Commercial Chorus l, 2. 3, 4g Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 43 FTA 4. MARTHA MARIE SHELLER Pinkie Commercial Y-Teens 1, 3, 4g Chorus 2. BEVERLEY IRENE SKEDEL Bev Commercial Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Chorus l, 25 Library Counselor 3, 4. WILLIAM C. STAHNKE Bill ,gk General A I Football 3. 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4g .5-.. J Hi-Y 4. HAROLD LEE STOCKER Stoke General Football l, 3, Hi-Y 4, Bowling 1, 2. Page Thirty-eight JANICE CAROL SHAW Jan College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4 Spanish 43 Chorus l, 2, 3 Triad-Triadclphian 3. WILLIAM THOMAS SHIELDS Bill College Preparatory Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3. 4g Hi-Y 4 HUNTER Y. SMITH Smitty General Football l, 2, 33 Track 2, 3 Hi-Y 2, 3, Band I, 2. NANCY MAE STEWART Stew Commercial Y-Teens l, 2, 3. 4, Nature 2, 3 4, Art 2, 3, 43 Masquers 4 FN 4. MARCELLA JANE STOOPS Jane Commercial Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l 2, 3, 4. BETTY LOU STUMMEYER Cookie College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Art 3, 43 , Classical 2, 3, 4g Spanish 4g t FTA 4g Science 4. 'A sl.. . W WARREN SIBLEY SWIGER Swag College Preparatory Track lg Football 2. 3. DOROTHY ANNfyJ,,1f0 7' My THoMPsoN ,iff1!,f .J ' Q! Dottie Ann fl 4 W, General !7my7'7 ' Entered as a senior from Y' t. Chantal, Wheeling, West Vir- ginia. w, JEAN ANN THONEN Jean College Preparatory Y-Teens l, 2, Cabinet 3. Secre- g tary 4g NHS 3, 4: FTA 2. Li- brarian 33 Classical 2, 3. 43 y Spanish 3, 45 Student Council ix 4g Science 4g .IRC Council 1. 1 -0 NORMA TUEL Norm Commercial Chorus l, 2: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4g FTA 4. SUZANNE STYERS Suzie College Preparatory Chorus l, 29 Y-Teens l, 2, Cab- inet 3, Treasurer 4g Classical 2, 4, Secretary 3g Jr. Town Meet- ing 4g FTA 2, 3g Quill SL Scroll 3, 4g Triad-Triadelphian 3. HARVEY DALE TENNANT Tee General BETTY JANE THONEN BJ General Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4g Classical 2g FTA 45 JRC Council 4. SUE KAY TROTT Sue College Preparatory Y-Teens 4. JOYCE ANN TURNER Joy Commercial Chorus l, 2g Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4. CLASS Page Thirty-nine SENIOR NANCY MAE VANAMAN N ancy Commercial Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4. MILAN S. VOSVICK Milan College Preparatory Band l, 2, 3, 4. F. PHIL WALLACE Blondie Industrial Arts CLAUDIA REBECCA WAYMAN Becky College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Art l, 2, 3 4, Classical 2, 33 FTA 2, 3, 4, Science 4. CAROLYN LEE WEEKS Carolyn Commercial Chorus 1, 2, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Spanish 4. Page F oriy s. 5 ,w Q x 4 lx 4 Q x N . 1, Yi X i .1 'x af.. 4' X A l x 4:1 il WILLIAM A. VAN WIE Bill College Preparatory Basketball Manager lg Football l, 2, 3g Track l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Promotion Speaker, Chorus 2, 3, 4. MARTHA ANN WAGNER Marti College Preparatory Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Classical 2, 3, 4, Spanish 3, 43 Riding 2, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Nature 3, 4, Science 4, Triad-Triadelphian 3, Advertising Manager 4, .IRC Council 23 Quill .Sc Scroll 3, 4. DOROTHY WESLEY WARREN Dottie General Y-Teens I, 2. 3, 4g Nature 2, 3, 4, Science 4. SANDRA WAZELLE Sandy Commercial Y-Teens 3, 49 Entered as a jun- ior from Verona High School, Verona, Pennsylvania. ROBERT WEIMER Bob College Preparatory Chorus l, 23 Classical 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Science 3, Vice- President 43 Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4g Jr. Town Meeting 43 Bowling 2, Stifel Prize I, 2, 3. fi w WM ,U ji ft I A ly ,WL , . A V 4 J ,- V ' l v, yr ii, C 3. fi Baseball i n. V Q ' 04,45 k I ,tX Q ef: ef MARY KAY WELCH Tay Commercial Swimming I, 2 3, 4' Y-Teens I N , ' 1 Dex RCGER MORRIS WHITE Whitic General Band 1, 2, 31 Chorus l, 2, 4 Z e ,aka f4"'?L"""u,a2Y Qwapbalwfw' lywbbik yy'-up WW -BMJ. A Jovi Z'A!fffl'4"" ROBERT LOUIS WREN Robbie College Preparatory Projection Crew 3, 4. GERALD MARVIN WEISSMAN Jerry College Preparatory Classical 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, 3, 4g Science 4. DARLENE WELLS Darlene College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHNNY WILSON J. B. College Preparatory Golf 1, 2, 3, Captain 4g Tennis 3, 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary 4g Student Council President 43 Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4g Science 35 Junior Presidentg Sophomore Secretary. CLASS --4413-' '-"-iff' -f-.t .. f ' iT' ,,i:r. 7' f if-45. " , -igjfi? ,gm .llclmv EDDY ii Eiga , - President X x i' if K ' w -Q z", ' f J? Q KVheth0r thc outcome stemmed lfl'0Ill fvnmlv tau'- trics or masculine- know-how, Don and Clmrlvs Mullarkcy toe the front line to sign up with Miss Catherine M. Ebert. for the annual Junior- Senior Prom. lf.: JUIUR f 'n CLASS 01-GPICERS :L w fl MARY ANN BRUI-IN FRED BEASLEY Vice-President Secrets:ry-Treasurer Page F orly-twn Bill Ncrn and Melissa Quinn wivld chalk amd stivk lo Q-onquor an solid gconwtvry problem as Miss Mary ll. lVintcrs, instructor, obsvrvvs their progrvss. w Vyxjgn xm ,I rlilelf ki5V1,j1'Y Q 3' . , ffl Nl if ROW ONE: QTopJ Joanne Abercrombie, Bernard Albertini, Connie Auber, Edna Auber, Judith Bardes, Martha Barnett ROW TWO: Margaret Beckett, Russell Bell, Steve R. Benyo, Clark Beurlen, Terry Bickmeyer, Bill Blair ROW THREE: Marvin Bobes, Mildred Bone, James Bonsignore, Sevilla Boyer, George Briese, Dorothy Brown ROVV FOUR: Jack Bruster, Martha Bush, Lloyd Carnahan, Bill Cherry, Don Clark, Roberta Clark ROVV FIVE: Bruce Clarke, Carolyn Clatterbuck, Barry Cohen, Richard Colley, Bob Conaway, Clark Cook ROW SIX: James E. Cook, Phyllis Cook, Bonnie Craig, Sylvia Crupe, Bonnie Custer, Mary Ann Depto ROVV SEVEN: Marlene Earnest, Dorotha Edgemond, Sharon Elliott, Bruce Ferkol, Louis Frederick Fleming, Loren Flouhouse I l IUNIORS Page F orty-three M WWW N 5 'Tl Cami fl ,yea MAMMJ- 'I' fl1,l!Lm,xQ ,fzwfiwwf , 0 QW y ROW ONE: Ullopj Sandy Fox, William John Freyler, Fred Gantzer, Albert Gardner, Anita Geimer, Myron Gessner ROWV TVVO: Ellen Giffen, Ruth Gilbert, Margie Greeneltch, Carole Griffith, Harold Grover, Bette Ruth Grubb ROXV THREE: Judith Gustkey, Dick Hadsell, Sandra Sue Hamilton, Ed Harman, Page Forty-four Jean Harold, Bonnie Harris ROW FOUR: Barbara Hawkins, Barbara Ann Hawkins, Judy Edward Hedrick, Ruth Ann Herbold, Graig Hess, Lester Hess ROYV FIVE: Harry James Hieronimus, Audrey Mae Hill, William A. Hill, Jim Hoff- man, Judith Lynn Hornburg, Mary Belle Howell ROW SIX: Dorothy Jean Isaly, Sondra Kay Isaly, Roberta Jane Jacob, Jessie Ruth Jacobs, Fred Jewell, Arthur William Johnson ROW SEVEN: Susan Kay Jones, Velma Jones, Kay Kartman, Frank Kaufman, Wil- liam Kennen, Ann Kimmins JUNIORS uf Rx K, ROW ONE: fTopJ Roger King, Mildred Kite, Marjann Knollinger, Robert Kovaliok, Rhoda Kramer, Elizabeth Lamb ROW TVVO: Linda Lazear, William Leech, Patricia Litman, Barbara Lucas, John Lukens, Edna Lee Marcellus ROVV THREE: Patricia Ann Marple, Patricia Ann Martino, Thomas McGrath, Jerry McKennen, James McLain, Mike Meighen ROW FOUR.: Arch Messer, George Meyer, Terry Miller, Donna Jeanne Moffitt, Gerald Moore, Jim Morgan ROWV FIVE: Nancy Morris, Charles Mullarkey, Don Mullarkey, Janie Murphy, Patricia Murphy, Bob Myers ROXV SIX: Jessie Myers, Patty Naulnann, Don Neff, Barbara. Nelson, Bill Nern, Susan Nesbitt ROXV SEVEN: Barbara Newsome, Jackie Nickerson, Kirk Nolte, Charles Patterson, Ronald Pattison, Shirley Pavilack 1958 Page F arty-five C. 0 y , ,QP noxvlonn: lvrepy Bob Peyton, Paul Piper, Mike Popovich, Jin Porter, Beverly Prager, Bertha Pritt ROXV TXVO: Melissa Quinn, Dick Radosevic, Myrtle Rapp, Barbara Ray, Janet Rebic, Eldora Reinacher ROXV THREE: Eddie Reynolds, Sarah Reynolds, Charles Richey, Bill Rine, Bill Rogers, Sue Rollins ROW FOUR: Charles Ross, Richard Schmalz, Jack Schmidt, John Schneidmiller, Roemehl Schnbart, Carolyn. Sehuler ROW FIVE: Sue Seibert, Linda Shafer, Julia Smith, Terry Smith, Carolyn Snyder, Charlotte Stein ROW' SIX: Bonnie Strawn, Arlene Taylor, Sam Thompson, Tom Timbrook, George Toth, Sondra Van Dyne ROXV SEVEN: Patty Varner, Eileen VValden, Elaine Walden, Beverly Wallace, Bob Wallace, Janet WVallace JUNIORS Page F orty-six J. QNQ Jim-o-W4 ,945 M wzfjfll Wm? ROXV ONE: Q'1'0pJ Judy Wallace, Ralph Wallace, Larry Walters, James Walton, :' Sally Ann Ward, Rosalie West .D 2 K RONV TWO: Alan Wharry, Jean Wheeler, Jean VVhite, Clara Wilhelm, Charles - Witsherger, Dave Worsdell ROXV 'l'HIlEl+l: Sally Zzunbito, Ellen Zeh 1958 Y. Page F orty-seven JAMES COMPAGNONE l'l'0sid0llt Page F or! y-ei gh! . "1 Q- :. 1 -.-L. :li , V1 CA: 5 - .1. ij 'f 571 4- , - f v a ' ' . f b V 1' ' ,fo lp-P 'A '- " f! :.f ' 'POM ISIRPH KAY Ml'Nllll11 Vivo-l'l'0sidvllt S1'c'l'4'lzul'y-'1'l'0aslll'vl' Y' f 6' '65 'D' ' A '.::f:.Kfl5 .fl-n,."'I Afton' Dfilllfillg across liuld and meadow in quest of insects-a flight for ull biology students-Hvttv Had:-coll, Chris Vam XVi1-, and John Damm-nlu-rg view om' of tho captured projects. swf vltmfpi 'v Y ROXV ONE: f'1'opl Robert Albaugh, Carl Allison, Jim Andenora, Linda Archer, Nancy Jane Archer, James Baker ROW TWO: Dorothy Bankey, William Baron, Jane Barrett, Dave Bartlett, James Barton, John Bass ROW THREE: Linda Baxter, John Beda, James Behrens, Mary Lee Behrens, Virginia Benyo, Sallie .lean Berisford ROW FOUR: Nancy Lee Braden, Sandra Braden, Charles Brand, Kurtis Breitinger, Susan Bro- verman, William Burke F ROR' FIVE: Kenneth Burroughs, Carol Bushon, Karen Butler, Martha Byrum, Tom Byrum, Jack Caldabaugh ROXV SIX: Diann Carr, Carol Chambers, Fred Chipkar, Ronald Clark, Barry Clutter, Mike Coey ROXV SEVEN: Richard Combs, Joan Corkran, Linda Cornell, Tom Coulter, Ronald Crago, Sandra Sue Criswell ROW EIGHT: Carol Custer, Hugh Dannenberg, John Dannenberg, Nancy Darrah, Patty Davis, Debbie Delaney Page F oriy-nine it if N if 50 W-Wi? W ref!! lx rv' 69 E i XP it fit W. Ll will ROXV ONE: QTopj Mary Demerski, David Dent- zer, Larry Dixon, Fritz Doepken, Charles Donaldson, Mickey Donoghue ROXV TVVO: Tom Dornon, Barbara Doyle, Mary Beth Drawneck, Karen Elliott, Helen Ellison, Maria Faller ROXV THREE: Barbara Farrell, Fini Feige, Dale Featherling, Suzanne Fisher, Ernest Flana- gan, Sandra Francis ROW FOUR: Virginia Francis, Linda Fresch. Sarah Kay Ganoe, Ruth Marie Gantzer, Holly Gardner, Donald Gaus Page Fifty QWV Mfr if W we M my i ROXV FIVE: Carl Gellner, Ellen Gellner, James Gibson, Brenda Gideon, Bill Gilliland, Sylvia Gilmore ROW' SIX: Clesta Goff, Ruth Goldberg, James Golein, Harriett Gonter, Elizabeth Gordon, Michael Grandstaff ROXV SEVEN: Patricia Gribben, Barry Griffiths, Dollie Lee Grubb, Bette Hadsell, Joanne Hall, Thomas Hatfield ROXV EIGHT: Connie Heckathorn, Jeanie Hehr, Mary Catherine Henderson, Judith Hercules, Sandee Hess, Linda Hollerbach VW 'ja gfwd Wiavff W new A240 if We www ROW ONE: 1Topj Susan Holmes, Vici Hood, Jane Hough, Sam Hubacher, Jean Jacobs, Jerry Jacobs ROW TWO: Edward Jacobsen, Paula Jayne Jaquay, Clarence Jewett, Marnie Kay Jewett, David Johnston, Dorothy Jones ROW THREE: Douglas Keim, Dave Kerns, Mar- lene King, Barbara Klein, Harold Lee Korn, Patty Kozusnik ROXV FOUR: Sara Lang, Elihu Lebow, Frank Le Pore, George Little. Sally Love, Joseph Lykins w r .,.., Z0 1 c?A'Q2Qn'z,cfg,v ,QLLQAZ ROW FIVE: Heidi Maness, Kathryn Margar- etes, Patty Marsh, Barbara Jean Matyja, Cal- vin Matzke, Jerry Maynard ROXV SIX: Phillip Mazur, Darrie McClelland, Leslie McNinch, Sara Meyer, Donna Miles, Maylou Miles ROXV SEVEN: Bonnie Miller, Marnie Miller, Robert Miller, Virginia Kay Mitchell, Patrick Monahan, Joyce Montalbano ROVV EIGHT: Barbara Mooney, Gloria. Jean Moore, Bob Moran, Della Jean Mozney, Nora Mae Murphy, John Myers Page Fifty 0625 Pica F-S X5 Q55 Ja CVWIQ- 7 jdfvi J U L7 rv fWfLQw5' Sf wwffi 1 .avrrf H X ' ROWV ONE: fTopJ Freda Nash, Tommy Nassif, Carol Jean Nelson, Joan Neuhart, Judy Nich- ols, Bonnie Nickerson ROW TXVO: Virginia Nickerson, Sue Niehaus, Mary Jane Nuzum, Richard Och, Grace Orum, John Osborne ROW THREE: Leland Pascoli, Neil Pattison, Phyllis Pavilack, William H. Peters, Helen Petri, Bernard Pettit ROXV FOUR: Jim Pfeiffer, John Pollack, Joyce Porter, Pattie Price, Carolyn Rentschler, Patty Richey Page F iffy-two TD' ROXV FIVE: Marty Rine, Alberta Roberts, Gloria Roberts, Linda Rogers, George Roscoe, Karen Rosenberg ROXV SIX: Richard Ruhland, Faith Sanford, Linda Santo, Albert Schneider, Karen Louise Scott, Joan Scurfield ROW SEVEN: A1 Seibert, Jean Sekoral, Dorothy Shields, Lorezetta Shook, Patricia Shoup, Joe Smith ROW EIGHT: Willard South, Carl Speight, Carl Spring, William Starkey, Grace Stead, Wal- ter Steinman 'qv' ROXV ONE: fTopJ John Stephan, Martha Stew- art, Richard Stonestreet, George Strauss, Easter Strawn, Charles Stricklin ROW TWO: Lance Strittmatter, Ann Swallow, Donna Sweltzer, Florence Swiger, Paul Terek, Karen Thomas ROW THREE: Sarah Trach, Nancy Turner, Sue Ann Vail, Janet Vanscoy, Chris Van Wie, Teddy Vosvick ROW FOUR: Sue Wallace, Mary Jane Walton Alice 'Ward, Dorcas Waslis, Margene Weisen born, Jim Weishar ROXV FIVE: Robert Weissman, Lenny Wells Steve Wenzel, Joyce Wheeler, Linda Whip- key, Beverly White ROXV SIX: Linda White, Thomas Williams Larry Willson, Mary Agnes Winesburg Charles Witt, Karen Yoor ROW SEVEN: Vincent Zanke, Harriet Zimmer- 111311 Page F ifty-three Page F i fty-four IO px xlo NC ox x xo RICHARD STON IG 1'rcsi1l0ntz ag- Ummic Salmons, Eliza Ridvr, and Gail Pom-, frvslmmn fake invvul'0ry of frupllivs :llll'ibutvd to 'PHS hollurs that are thvirs to uphold. A FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS MARY lil"l'I'l IIIIAIA ICARIGN IRIIN XX H Vic-1--l'r4-sidcnt. Svc-rutnl'y-fl'rvu-.u , , X aff , V U Cx , u 4 jam M!! asa, 5 has-if E'-ei: .1 RONV ONE: 1TopJ Bill Adams, Jim Albaugll, Mary Elizabeth Allen, Sharon Amend, John Armstrong, John Atkinson ROW TWO: William Baber, John Bachman, Joan Bailey, Tim Baird, Grace Ann Baker, Beverly Barr ROW THREE: Emilie Bartholomew, Philip Bartlett, Joyce Barton, Wylie Beall, John Bee- croft, Barbara Berisford ROW FOUR: Barry Berisford, Tom Berisford, Larry Berman, Minneva Biddings, Kay Boh- ick, Carolyn Bodkin Gx gi' X ffgsf C. be 'Q 4pfwMfe 3' fy .Jef D952 ,,',agz1,,,dL EM acc' 7 uL7W Beverly Bohlen, Janice Bonsignore, Bowland, Allan Boyd, Patti' Brennan, Brockardt. ROXV SIX: Shirley Bruno, Karen Burson, Bobby Byrd, Glenn Caldwell, La Verne Calvin, Jay Campbell ROXV SEVEN: Judith Campbell, Michele Candas, James Carmichael, Bernard Carney, Tom Car- ter, Martie Castilow ROW EIGHT: Roy Chaney, Carolin Chapline, Thomas Chapman, Joan Chipkar, Ralph Church, Albert Coffield Page F ifty-five Q , 0 MAP ' GA? 9g,Qf.A.f:-v.4:i M ff ,, flip x f JJ' Cf 1 JKQ "I - l f57.,9j,1,1JfWJ jf I , Wit My , A ,,,fQ ihjlfifg 79 ,Kira XD ,M ,Milf swf W9 Nwyjif My ROXV ONE: CTopj Francine Compagnone, Eu- gene Cook, Paul Cook, Carol Cooper, Robert Cox, Larry Crago ROXV TVVO: Gary Crawford, Dianne Criswell, Linda Crossland, Joyce Czyzewski, Kimmy Davis, Roxanne De Armey ROVV THREE: Betty Dentzer, Ronald Dickson, Joseph Dobrzynski, Bob Doran, John Douglas, Kenneth Duify ROXV FOUR: Sondra Duggan, Krujetta Duke, Robert Dunnell, William Dwinnell, Phyllis Earnest, Janice Earnest Page F i ft y-six lm ,iv W.,- Beam ROXV FIVE: Fred Ebeling, James Edgell, Do . Evans K ROXV SIX: Rhys Evans, Susan Ewing, P ricia Faris, Nancy Ferns, Donald Fischer, Eliza- beth A11n Fischer ROW SEVEN: Frederick Fivecoat, Frances Fleming, Mary Folrnar, Charlotte Foster, Ann Fox, Kathleen Friebertshauser ROW' EIGHT: Linda Garrison, Judy Gates, Claudia Gayheart, Francis Gebrosky, Phillip Geimer, Mary George Eiiner, Allen Elliott, Sandra Emerson, 4 lv fiwfilf My M FW Jw?-1 J ..:H..2 do W 1 f U If 7 Dwgfgfjf Qfff QWQWMV, wllrfim '90 - J'W J' l fl ,W 1, 3 if My KTMWD MZ WM 1 fa l My M MW M i, W G'0jWEA ri eigwi, ROXV ONE Cfopj Paul Gerragauch, Robert Gib- son, Carol Gill, David Grablow, Sylvia Grand- staff, Howard Gray ROXV TWO: Sandra Grinage, Carl Grover, Mar- lene Guelker, Robert, I-Iadorn, Edward Hall, Linda. Hamilton ROW' TI-IREE: Tyrone Harper, Sue H'il.1'l'lllglZ0ll, Sally Ann Hathaway, Linda. Lee Hawkins. Wunnita Heath, William Howard l-lefner ROW FOUR: Sandra Hendersliolz, John Ilen- nessy, Bonnie Henry, Steven Henry, Sherman Henson, Diana. I-Ieusel We Impmaflll' , Q' '- X 5 MXL L . if ROXV FIVE: Courtney Hicks, James Hinegard- ner, Kenneth Holman, Lucinda Hood, David Horne, Nancy Horne ROXV SIX: Penny Ingram, Georgianna. Irvin, John Isaly, David Jackson, Elva. Cordelia Jameson, George Jaquay ROXV SEVEN: Gerald Jasko, Sally Jo Jenni, Jean Johnson, Ronald Johnston, Arthur Jones, Gilbert Jones ROXV EIGHT: Gloria Jean Jones, Dottie Jun- kins, Donna Jean Kamerer, Charles Kavanas, Nicky Karras, Henry Kayuha Jygvfxi' WWW QM arf X9-10692 Page F i fty-seven .. W M 0 MW riff S ,, , ,L rv QMJ- .J Q , 2,54 if yff' Ji ,I . 9 . 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W WWH W Nl 1 Mm ROW FIVE: Connie Medick, Dwight Menarc, Lamoine Mercer, Robert Messig, Bonnie Metz-- gar, Darrell Mihlbaner ROW SIX: Jeffrey Miles, Sandra Miller, Mergie Mink, Betty Ann Minter, Judy Ann Moore Randy Morel ROW SEVEN: Paul Morgan, Sondra, Morgan, Karen Mnenze, Frieda Muldoon, Jerry Mulvey, Shirley Nash ROXV, EIGHT: Jim Nelson, Ruth A11n Nelson, Nancy Nesbitt, Dixie Nenhard, Sandy New- meyer, Marlene Nolte :Ml Q- fu ,f 1 ff' A ff jj gl77Q,J ,Z , L M' ,L HLMQ? 4-4, 5, 2 WJ! EP V N Q agiaffifflfjffeip C ,if , Qgifiifil M MS, air? ff-0 Cwwhpluj MMU? FW Shag 5 WW' J LW"' J MW lx 054, Afljff-Q Q5 ea- for 'fo' IKM? 61-' .lggii R W ONE: Cllopj Jim Orum, Judy Charles Pascavage, Bob Penick, Ronnie Pey- ton, Sandy Phillips ROXV TWO: Roy Pittman, Jack Pogne, Gail Poor, Ronnie Radcliffe, Ronald Rahr, Carol Ann Reass ROXV THREE: Sandra Reiter, Bill Rhoads, Ruth Ann Rice, Eliza Rider, Connie Riggle, Robert. Riley ROVV FOUR: Patty Rine,,Panl Ritcliea., David Roberts, Sarah Roberts, John Robinson, Jos- eph Robinson it ff LW ff ! , 1 if ,ij , 1 R J J Lui' a' ROXV FIVE: Kenneth Robinson, Ray Robinson, Roberta Robinson, Leila Rosen, Carol Roth. Barbara Rubinstein ROXV SIX: Vlfalter Rupp, Patricia Ruthers, Con- nie Salmons, Jane Sampson, Ruth Schmalz, Janet Lee Schmeichel ROXV SEVEN: Glen Schmidt, Dennis Schrader, Brenda Schweizer, Leroy Scott, Nancy Sea- mon, Phyllis Seamon ROXV EIGHT: Lillie Seyler, Alberta Shafer, Jeannine Shaw, Annette Sheikovitz, Helen Mae Sheller rf' n J UMM!!! fp' ll 5 l .J iv ,li .a ,, l. ' .GAU' J K Page F ifty-nine iw . . P . , N, ' ,,9Q,,0wf ,W Mg Ylifywx' Aw Q,"0M6U,J0'f ,wgP,ai,,lJ ,J new Kiwi , MW , Q jwfu egdfifygfiij xl jan f 1 se ll N af? 1 ug ,gffwiib 'wfxum uc PO? fafdfy ROW ONE: fTopJ Sarah Skedel, Nancy Somer- ville, Jerry Speiser, Judith Stab, John Stan- ton, Donna. Starkey ROVV TYVO: Paula Stocker, Ralph Stracler, Robert Strauch, Richard Strawn, Sandra Stul- lenberg, Shirley Supler ROXV TI-FREE: Harry Taggart, Lloyd Taylor, Maxine Taylor, Fredrick Templin, Barbara Terek, Shirley Todd ROXV FOUR: Shirley Toland, Shirley Trenton, Brock Tschappat, Lee Ann Tuttle, Alexandria Vargo, Verna. Vargo Page Sixty Qaida x M Q,fxTjiiff'f1 Wd ROW FIVE: JeanVVelle11owetl1, Jean Vercellotti, Joan Vercellotti, Albert Waitts, Georgeann Wallace, James Wallace ROW SIX: May Wallace, Raymond Wallace, Gary VValter, Thomas Watkins, Linda Wayt, Donna Weber ROW SEVEN: RoseLee lfVelsgerber, Joe Weis- haupt, Bonnie Wells, Elaine West, Patti West, Jim lfVharton ROXV EIGHT: Joanne Whipkey, Charles White, Helen NVhite, Jim White, Peggy NVhite, Frank Widrnar MM 70 W iiwze cw W Wh Wild? JD do W M, A Jw GJJWJV A f :fy OA, 0664 T ij ' .4141 7 A, QQ wil' 'gfwffuiwfi nj , - J' ffxlffjf . ,QU KLLZ7? I I. J Kofi? I W K -625,2 dim 5 , 1 fffdff K-5 1 ' gvlfffwqzpz 6l'77Mjw . V fa X, wwf . W ROW ONE: f'l'opQ Gary Wildemann, Kate William, Bill WVoods, Robert NVo0ds, Marshall Worsdell, Bonnie Young ROR' TWO: Judy Youngmau in CML 755460 Mhz if-f XM44 Finger plcbcs vlmllcngc the last bell as they attempt- the three-minute dash to class. Page S ixty-one " Q, 66 39 UCCUICIYCHCES if it mo, - 11'-'Q ,-:ff "fa'L1f.'. ff' 'Q"f'1i2 W5?.j. A 5, I J Z lisixffgs .2 g Page Sixty-rlxree li xi agar 4 A X I f H 'M if K S' X '1 sg I x ir gf' .t QU'-f ' NATIONAL HONOR SOt'1l1lTY - First, row Qllottnmjz Lynne Rollins, Kitty Edwards, Edie Boyd, Carol Ewing, Virginia. Harris, Mary Ellen Carter, Jean Thouen. Second row: Miss Adda. L. Dunlztp, Nancy Holmes, Ray Rielimond, Nick Petroplus, Carroll Blake, Roslyn Rosenberg, J. W. Coeliran. NHS Members Devote Time, Service to Worthy Activities Cutstandmg Scholarship' Sturdy Chmacteff Edie lloyd and Ji-an Thonon club linal touches VigOl'OL1S i62ld61'Ship, Hlld L1l1S6ifiSi'l SC1'ViCC HTC on at small white fence that adds to the 2lIllN'1ll'- the fundamental requirements of Triadelphia ance ot' the Ulrristnms tree, set. up auimurlly . , D , in the lirst-floor hall. High Schools National Honor Society. Guided by the wisdom and understanding of Miss Adda L. Dunlap and J. W. Cochran, the honorary association this year had a mem- bership of 29 seniors and 10 juniors. Industry and enthusiasm prevailed through- out the '56-'57 term as the NHS organized and sponsored numerous worthy school pro- jects. Posting typed schedules on each class- room door, engaging in a bake sale, sell- ing Triad rosettes. preparing provocative "Thoughts for the Weekj' repainting the deco- rations that were placed beneath the Christ- mas tree, and staging an inspirational induc- tion service were included in the Oak Park Chapter's busy calendar of events. Page Sixly-four .J IN STUDENT l'0IFXUlL-First row iliottomj: J. nenberg, G. Poor, M. Barnett, J. Lukens, R. Gibson, C. Cooper, L. Berman, J. Bailey, J. Wil- Kramer, S. Seibert, G. Braun, S. Boyer. Third son, L. White, J. Rogers, N. Remke, D. Kennedy, row: D. Hadsell, S. Holmes, Mrs. Lois Grubb, L. J. 'l'honen. Second row: S. Eichelkraut, J. Dau- Cornell, H. Clatterbuck. Governing Association Directs Many Varied Projects Iiindui Cornell displays her original design for next. yeur's book covers. The sule of these proteeiive devices will be one of the Student l'ouneil's money-making projects. N77 1 1e1.i1u,-LMIH 4 gn 1 IU -III13 ' xkhfl. Serving as the governing body of Tria- delphia High School, the Student Council, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Lois Grubb, launched the year's program by conducting Freshman Night, a tour of the school and campus for incoming ninth graders. Members of the miniature government pro- vided Oak Parkers with a pencil machine, ball point pens, mechanical pencils, student direc- tories, and daily noon dancing. Tridel's Coun- cil again served as guides at Open House, kept the traffic orderly between bells, and com- missioned 'iStudent-of-the-Month" winners. Attending confabs at Jackson's Mill and Bethany College was an additional activity of the governing body. A mock political rally. an election of next yearis officers, and the annual banquet terminated the year's calen- dar of events. Page Sixiy-Hve I ii ' FIRST-YEAR QIOURNAliIS'1'S-Seated tlicft to Right: L. Rollins, J. Randolph, J. Barrett, J. Compagnone, J. Mc-Allister, M. Mayne, D. Ken- nedy, B. Schubert, S. Trach, M. Greeneltt-li, J. Banco, N. Remke, N. Hamilton, C. ldwing. Standing: P. Cook, M. Bone, S. liivlin. S. Sei- hert, R. Iil'il.lllEl', K. Muntlie, M. Barnett. Novice Newshounds Nervously Face Deadline Dilemma Detcrlninedly, J0lll'llilliSl3 Mary Mayne posts the 800 subscription goal for 'friatlclphia High School's state and national zuvartl-winning newspaper, The Triatlelphian. Page S ixty-six Doing everything from selling ads to deliv- ering papers, first-year journalists proved to be jacks-of-all-trades. In an endless three-week cycle from Octo- ber to May, Little Red members of the Fourth Estate had to meet deadlines for news stories. editorials, features, and ads. Watching word count and reading proof with a fine-tooth comb kept calm nerves at a premium. Throughout the year various campaigns. including the selling of ads and subscriptions to The Triadelphian and the production of "Snow Follies," Tridel's annual variety show, were conducted to provide revenue. All this laborious effort was needed to pro- duce l0 issues of a four- to six-page news- paper, but student journalists felt the worlc was worth the result-an unexcelled student publication. edited by Helen Minor. as is vurbook slit-lvlws 1l0ll'l drop I'r0m tht' illl' wovr-s .luck lgl'1'lllIllll, url editor ol' "'l'hs- 'I'rizul." Toil, Tumult Result in Triumph With 'The 1957 Triad' l'l'IlI.Il'A'l'l0Nt-1 S'l'AI+'I" - Fil-st row QSOz1i0flJ: .'Iudit,h Gustkey, Helen Minor, Susan lilicllelkrziui. Sc-voml row: Marti XVIIWQQIIGP, Miss llZll.llGl'll1C M. Busier than a salesman of fireworks on the Fourth of July, "The 1957 Triad" staff had Room 302 in a dull uproar every sixth period. Stemming the seemingly unconquerable tide of deadlines and details was Editor Susan Eichelkraut. Under her guidance the year- book progressed through the dummy stage to the finished publication. Threadbare covers of the "Blue Book," Roget's "Thesaurus," and Webster's lexicon gave evidence of the great number of names verified and the vast amount of copy written for the annual. Mounting glossy prints, pen- ning cutlines, reading proof, selling ads and subscriptions, and obtaining patrons added to the innumerable details of preparing Vol- ume XLIII of 'The Triadf, ' I ggi! 2 la -'. . 1 il ff I-1 L "' .ff ' . rf 3 ll ,ffdl ' 'Q ff 'ff i -,nl-L' ,lf fi stu- , Q af i i i Il Ebert., Robert H. Porter, Joy Ferguson, Lester Hess, Dorothy Brown, Kitty Edwards. if :H Page S ixry-seven MASQUERS AND THESPIANS-I+'i1'st 1-ow tliot tomb: N, Stewart, J. Ferguson, T. Timbrook, It Reed, S. Eichelkraut, N. Selienerlein, F. Heasley. F. Horkheimer, K. Rosenberg. Second l'0XV1 J Neuhart, P. Cook, M. Faller, B. Mayer, R. Kling- lioffer, C. Cribbs, N. Hamilton, J. Randolph, R. Rosenberg. Third row: M. Schwartz, M. Bruhn, L. Cornell, N. Harris, P. Milligan, N. Petroplus. Miss Mary A. Erskine, G. Braun, J. McLain, D. Gilmore, D. Kennedy, D. Joel. Stagecraft Proves Magic Witchcraft of Players As the houselights dimmed, the audience hushed and the curtains parted on "Pop Reads the Christmas Carol," a one-act com- edy staged by Tridells Masquers early in De- cember. This first production of the year was followed later in the month by a pantomime of Charles Dickens, HA Christmas Carol." Both productions were under the capable di- rection of Miss Mary A. Erskine, sponsor. "Fade out!" calls the director, and Fritzie H1 Besides appearing in additional dramatic presentations, members devoted their time and talent to various backstage techniques, .includ- ing props, make-up, and stage directions. Having a quota of 30 members, Tridel's Masquers met every second and fourth Wednesday of each month. After completing 100 hours of stagecraft, members may be admitted into the national organization, the Thespians. wk- heimer and Fred Hensley hope that 'David Joel will pull the right lever. Page Sixty-eight li I JUNIOR TOWN MEETING-Bob tom step: Robert Weimer, Don Kennedy. Second step: Nancy Schenerlein. Third step: Miss Mary A. Erskine, Nancy Hamilton, J. W. Cochran. Fourth step: Suzanne Styers. Selected Speakers Demonstrate Oratorical Ingenuity "Is our cultural development keeping pace with our material development in the Greater Wheeling Area?" This question was debated by four mem- bers of Tridel's Junior Town Meeting of the Air in assembly, Oct. 23, 1956. Sponsored by Miss Mary A. Erskine and J. W. Cochran, this annual broadcast is presented in coopera- tion with Radio Station WWVA, Oglebay Institute, and Bethany College. Don Kennedy and Nancy Schenerlein de- livered their affirmative views on the subject, and Suzanne Styers and Robert Weimer ex- pressed opinions from the negative standpoint. Following the speeches, various questions were asked by members of the audience. The pro- gram was recorded and broadcast the follow- ing Saturday. At Tridel's annual Open House, Nov. 14, the Little Red orators repeated their three- minute speeches with Blake Schubert acting as moderator. At that program, which coin- cided With American Education Week, Alter- nate Nancy Hamilton presented a talk on the origin of American Education Week. Nancy Hamilton, Suzanne Styers, and last- minute doubts crowd the lcctern before the J union- Town Meeting goes on the air. Page S ixty-nine SCIENCE CLUB - First row tliottomj : C. Blake, L. Rentscliler, H. Minor, M. Rapp, .I. McAllister, M. Mayne, J. Smith, J. Rebic, lt. Rosenberg, B. Pollock, V. Harris, P. Milligan. B. Wayman, N. Salmons. B. Fisher. Sm-oml row: B. Schubert, L. Rollins, N. Remke, M. Kaylor, R. Reed, B. Mayer, J. Thonen. N. 3. Schenerlein, B. Stummeyer, P. Sekoral, M. Kite, J. Bardes, Boyd, M. Wagner, S. Jones, M. Quinn, D, Kennedy. 'Phil-tl 1-ow: M. Gessner, D. Neff, B. VVa.llace, J. McLain, R, Bell, C. Mul- larkey, I-I. Denney, .l. Cook, 'l'. McGrath, G. Braun, D. Gilmore, l,. Moore, J. NVBlSS1Il2lll, R. Weimer, C. Ross. Experimentation Fascinates Laboratory Enthusiasts To perpetuate an interest in the iield of science, Tridelis Science Club made it pos- sible to explore further the scientific interests of its members. Any chemistry or physics student who earned a 'LBS or above during the first six weeks of the current term was eligible for membership. A. R. Milligan, chemistry teacher, sponsored the group. Aside from the complicated experiments performed at their twice- monthly get- togethers, members vieweda number of Hlms that illustrated the marvels of the world of science. Highlighting the excursions of the year was a trip to the Martins Ferry plant of Wheeling Steel, where members observed the Soft-tite Process. Climaxing the events of the term, members donated three books to Tridel's library. ln- cluded were "Chemistry Problems and I-low to Solve Them," "A Dictionary of Chemical Equations," and "Chemical Calculationsf' Page Seventy Mail st-it-lltisls, inclva-tl! "Pia only Jauncs Mc-Lain and 'Phonms Mt-Gratli snatt-Iiing atomic cliitt-lmt during St-ielivc Club initiation. X . ION Totaling 50 members, the Nature Club met the first Monday of every month in the home- room of J. C. Bullard, adviser and biology instructor. At one of the activity meetings of the '56- '57 school year, these nature enthusiasts en- joyed an illustrated lecture delivered by George Breiding, Oglebay Park naturalist. Besides the regular program sessions, these advocates of the great outdoors toured the Hess Greenhouses, where they obtained first- hand information about the numerous trying problems of a florist. From the proceeds of a bake sale, the Na- ture Club presented the library with three books concerning the mysterious realms of Mother Nature. To culminate the year, the organization held its annual picnic and nature walk in Oglebay Park. Marti XVHQIICY and Susan 1Vilhclm may really have gl'l'l'll thumbs, il' the 4'-nlal'g0tl llmul replica they are showing is their project. Naturalists Explore Realm of Animal, Vegetable, Mineral NA'I'l'RlC K'lil'Il-First' row flhllfllllljl 1 Price, li. Kramer, S. Seihert, M. Barlieti., S Boyer, M. Greeneltrzll, .I. Rehir-, J. Smith, C Stein, S. ltivlin, S. llamillxon, S. Nichaus. S. Lang. S1-com! row: J. C. Bullard, S. Zambito. S. Wilhelm, D. Warren. M. Miller, M. Byrum, L.. H. Gouter, D. Shields, R. Rosenberg, N. Harris M. Xvagner, D. Delaney, S. Fox, J. WVallace, P M. Bone, C M. Bush, C own, V. Hood Rentschler. Page Sevenly one X . A2 LIBRARY 1'Ll'B-Seated fStzu'ting at vxtrvnu- lvft and moving clockwisvjz Jessie Myers, Joyce McAllister, Carol Ewing, If2l.1'Gl1 Your, Linda Lazezw, .loam "Ah, senoritas!" I'l'i0S Tom Ilircll to Margie Greeneltvh und Rhoda, IKNIIIICI' upon being inducted to Spanish ways. "Vds. son bonitusf' Thrilling bullfights, exciting fiestas, refresh- ing siestas, and enticing tours of Latin Ameri- can countries, plus Miss Margaret Mooreis authentic tales of her extensive travels, pro- vided interesting and unlimited data for Span- ish Club discussions. Meeting the second Thursday of each month, these linguists listened intently as special reports were given concerning the num- erous countries throughout the World where Spanish is the principal language. To con- clude their busy calendar of events, these Spanish-speaking Little Reds elected and in- stalled next term's slate of oificers at their annual year-end banquet. Membership is limited to those senoritas and senors taking Spanish I and II and averag- ing the marks of "A" and "B," respectively, each semester. Sombreros and mantillas are the requirements of the colorful initiations that transpire twice yearly. Linguists Savor Spanish Sojourns Vicariously SPANISH t'lilTIR-Fil-sl'. row fliottmnjz N McConn. M. Faller, C. Van Wie, N. Salmons, M. Kaylor, F. Horkheimer, N. Ross, C. Moore, L. Rontscliler, S. Seibert, M. Bush, M. Green eltch, S. Boyer, R. Kramer. Sc-cond row: J Thonen, C. Ewing, W. McCord, J. Shaw, C Weeks, C. Roth, J. Homburg, S. Jones, R. Kling- hoffer, J. Ferguson, N. Remke, N. Holmes, Miss Margaret Moore. Third row: M. Wagner, B. Stummeyer, T. Birch, R. Hadsell, H. Denney, B. Bobes, N. Sehenerlein, R. Rosenberg. Page Seventy-tlzree CLASSICAL CLUB--First row fllottomjz K Edwards, C. Ewing, S. XVilhelm, K. Butler, R Weimer, S. Seibert, N. Schenerlein, R. Rosen- berg, M. Barnett, P. Sekoral, R. Schubart, L White, M. Carter, N. Remke. Ser-mul row: S Fox, J. Nichols, N. McConn, J. Neuhart, R Clark, C. Stein, S. Hamilton, S. Rollins, K Kartman, M. Quinn, .I. McAllister, W. McCord, J. Sekoral, E. Giffen, J. Wallace, D. Delaney, D. Kennedy. Third 1-ow: Miss Audrey Lazear, H. Gardner, M. Rapp, P. Cook, R. Kramer, S. Boyer, N. Ross, S. Styers, S. Eichelkraut, M. Wag11ei', J. Thonen, E. Boyd, J. Hile, S. Holmes, S. Trach, D. Sweitzer, J. NVeissman, R. Fisher. Fourth row: M. Kite, S. Reynolds, J. Rebic, N. Holmes, C. Ault, N. Morris, J. Gibson, E. Nichols, D. Neff, B. Wallace, B. Stummeyer, M. Bruhn, K. Rosenberg, R. Bell, D. Gilmore, G. Braun, I-I. Clatterbuck. 'Veni, Vidi, Vici,' Chant Roman Conquerors fof Latinj Latin linguists, under the direction of Miss Audrey Lazear, converted Girls' Study Hall into an ancient Roman forum for their monthly meetings that included mottos, myths, and a book review. Forsaking their make-believe forum, Classi- cal Club members converged around Tridel's annual Christmas tree and sang carols in the language of the Romans. Highlighted by the installation of officers for the 1957- 1958 school year, the annual banquet, Roman style, completed the activities of the term. Bed sheets, worn as ancient togasg assorted candies for old members, and the cold-cream cleansing of Caesar, Cicero, and Virgil made up the traditional initiation. Membership is limited to those who average "A" during their initial bout with the language. Second-year Latin students are required to earn a yearly grade of HB." Page Seventy-four Sarah Travh and liar-on llutlvr wrestle with u, mga as they pri-pure for an fum-il1 in honor of the great. Pau-sur. l4"l'.-X-If'il's!. row tliottoinj: K. Iifl1'l.H1El.l1. J. Neu- hart, S. Jones, It. Fisher, R. Rosenberg, J. Ran- dolph, S. Wilhelm, E. Zeh, S. Hamilton, M. Bar- nett, L. Rollins, R. Kramer, J. Ferguson. Svc-ond L. Freseh, P. Gribben, P. Pavilack, M. Mayne, B. Pollock, D. Brown, B. Stunimeyer. Third row: P. Shafer, B. Thonen, P. Di Betta, M. Walton, N. Hamilton, M. Faller, S. Braden, V. Mitchell row: Mrs. MklI'PQll.l'Gi. Dobbs, J. Wallace, S. Pavi- M. Kite, S. Nesbitt, S. Seibert, N. Morris, J. lack, B. Wayman, J. Shaw, N. Remke, S. Fox, Myers, M. Lyons. Instructional Insight Goal of Future Educators lit-elm-lu-rl for travel, Susan XVilh0lm and NIIIICQ' I-lzllnilton are lmnlld for -lavksmfs Mill and the annual state convention of the Ii1lll'lll'0 Teac-lien-s ol' America. Seeking to instill an understanding of the joys and problems of teaching is the aim of Tridel's P. E. King Chapter of Future Teachers of America. Under the guidance of a new sponsor, Mrs. Margaret Dobbs, members participated in de- votions for assembly and held a bake sale, the proceeds of which were sent to CARE for Hungarian relief. Nancy Hamilton and Susan Wilhelm, seniors, represented the local chapter at the state convention held in J ackson's Mill. For Open House the group provided the centerpiece for the refreshment table, and several members served parents and friends. Miss Betty Ann Meek, president of the State Classroom Teachers Association, and Philip N. Reed, director of instruction in the public schools of Ohio County, appeared as guest speakers. Practice teaching in local elementary schools and a picnic in May con- cluded the year's activities. Page Seventy-Jive "Care to buy a football program?" "Susie, would you like to lend a hand in the devotions for next week's Y-Teen meeting?" '6Just five more days 'til the Y-Teen semi- formal! I can't waitin "Wasn,t that a beautiful installation service?" Working, planning, and giving typified the Y-Teen spirit during '56-'57. Under the capa- ble supervision of Miss Adda L. Dunlap and Miss Mary B. Winters, co-sponsors, the Y-Teens, Tridel's largest organization, pre- sented 13 outstanding programs. To introduce prospective members to the club and to give an insight into the year's schedule, a sneak preview was presented at the Hrst meeting early in September. After the initial program freshmen were enter- tained at an informal party in the gym. l l Y- TEEN CABINET - First. row fllottomjz Carol Ewing, Ellen Zeh, Suzanne Slayers, Mary Ellen Carter. Second row: Mary Belle I-lowell, Ju- dith Lynn Homburg, Edie Boyd. Lynne Rollins. Third row: Nancy Morris, Jean Thonen, Susan Kay Jones, Sevilla Boyer, Susan Eicliel- kraut, Miss Mary B. NVinte1's, Miss Adda L. Dunlap. Program-Bearing Y-Teens Prove Super Salesmanship SENIOR Y-TEENS-First. row flflitflllllml C Ewing, D. Wells, D. Warren, R. Rosenberg, K Jewell, S, Wazelle, D. Laney, N. Muldoon, K Edwards, J. Turner, C. Moore, M. Wagner. Sec- ond row: P. Brand, D. Nickerson, M. Sheller, S Wilhelm, B. Jewett, L. Crossland, F. Hork- heimer, B. Skedel, N. Salmons, J. Ferguson, R. Rauschenberg, K. Phillips, J. Shaw, V. Harris N. McConn, H. Mino1', J. Randolph, L, Falken- stein, N. Stewart. Third row: N. Hamilton, N. Remke, C. Riggle, S. Rivlin, B. Black, B Wayman, J. McAllister, B. Rose, W. McCord, C. Weeks, N. Tuel, P. Di Betta, L. Roulsclnler P. Sekoral, H. Thonen, M. Welch, lt. Kling- hoffer, C. Cribbs, P. Miller. I1'oul'th row: N Ross, R. Reed, M. Kaylor, L. Gellner, S. Mc- Keen, P. Gellner, D. Kettler, C. Mount, M Mayne, L. Hurley, G. Pennington, M. Lyons, .I Stoops, B. Mayer, N. Harris, B. Pollock, P. Mil- ligan. Fifth row: H. Craig, B. Lemmon, A. Fran- cis, S. Mercer, P. Behrens. S. Trott, S. Neuliard N. Holmes, P. Slialfer, C. Ault, J. l-Snlior, F. Alli son, J. Hile, N. Schenerlein, B. Stunimeyer. Page Seventy-six Glmulish fJQl'l'1'lillf1S are 4-xvllallgvtl by Mary ltlllun l':ll'll'l' and Carol Ewing during llu,-ir glnml-to-gglmsl, vlml :lt thu Y-'l'0vn llzlllnwvun Ilzmt-1-. At the October recognition and initiation service old and new members were admin- istered the oath of membership. Witches, goblins, spooks, and many other strange crea- tures attended the festive Halloween Mas- querade Dance in Tridel's gym. Prizes were awarded to imaginative Y-Teens and their dates who wore the most original costumes. Y-Teens went out with the Number One Man in their lives, when Dads were enter- tained at a Father-Daughter Box Supper in November. Laughter filled the cafeteria as the fathers gave four impromptu plays based on famous fairy tales. Emphasizing the true meaning of Thanksgiving, a religious service was presented, and Albert H. Tolcher, an officer of the local Salvation Army was the guest speaker. Dad Has His Day at Club-Sponsored Box Supper JUNIOR Y-'l'l1IICNH-l"il-sl. row Clioltoinjz E Gillon, lil. Wa.lla.ee, S. Nesbitt., B. Harris, P Cook, J, Wallace, .l. l-lardes, R. West, B. Haw kius, B. Miller. H1-4-ond row: E. Gordon, B. Haw kins, ll. Lazear, P. Marple, M. Knollinger, S Zamhito, ll. lincas, B. Nelson, S. Pavilack, B Grubb. A. Kimniins, B. Strawn, E. Lamb. J Wallace, B. Craig, E. lleinaclier. D. Moffitt. 'I'liir4l row: B. Prager, lVl. Earnest.. A. Hill, B Mooney, li. Shafer, C. Alxher, M. Bone, C. Stein It. Clark, C. Wilhelm, S. Hamilton, B. Newsome, K. Kartman, S. Rollins, P. Martino, P. Murphy, E. Walden, E. Walden. Fourth row: M. Green- eltcli, S. Fox, M. Rapp, S. Isaly, M. Barnett, R. Kramer, M. Depto, S. Ward, A. Geimer, S. El- liott, S. Seibert, B. Custer, R. Jacob, R. Gil- bert, M. Kite. Fifth row: J. Smith, R. Jacobs, J. Porter, B. Ray, E. Auber, P. Naumanu, N. Archer, C. Snyder, C. Clatterbuek, S. Reynolds, C. Schuler, J. Myers, J. Rebie, D. Brown, M. Bruhn. Page Seventy-seven SOPHOMORE Y-'1'EENS-First row tliottonlj: P. Pavilack, J. Nichols. L. Baxter, M. Levin, J Barton, J. Jacobs, E. Gellner, K. Ganoe. T. Vos- vick, H. Zimmerman, C. Custer, J. Neuhart, K. Butler. Second row: F. Feige, A. Roberts, J. Bar- rett, M. Miller, K. Margaretes, R. Gantzer, J. Hough, D. Grubb, D. Bankey, D. Waslis, V Benyo, B. Nickerson, P. Marsh, H. Petri, B. Far rell. Third row: D. Carr, J. Scurfield, F. Sanford S. Fisher, C. Gott, J. Vanscoy. J. Sekoral, C, Bushon, J. Porter, M. Winesburg, K. Scott. L. Fresch, P. Gribben, M. Henderson. F. Swigfer, N Murphy, G. Orum, P. Kozusnik, B. Gideon Fourth row: K. Elliott, S. Gilmore, K. Yoor, li. Gonter, M. Byrum, M. Stewart, M. Weisenborn. S. Lang, B. Hadsell, V. Hood. C. Van Wie, P. Price, L. White, P. Jaqnay, M. .lewett, M. Wal- ton, B. Klein, D. Delaney, L. Hollerbach. 'Fifth row: H. Gardner, C. Cliambers, P. Davis, S. Holmes. M. Nnzuxn, S. Hess, M. Drawneck, D. Miles, L. Santo, S. J. Berisford, S. NVallis, M. Faller, S. Braden, K. Mundie, L. Whipkey, D. Sweitzer, V. Nickerson. Sixth row: G. Nelson, B. Miller, S. Vail. S. Francis, H. Maness, V. Mit- chell, S. Broverman, J. Corltran, K. Thomas. S. 'l'rac'h, B. White. J. Hehr. S. Niehans. L. Cornell, D. Shields, K. Rosenberg. Silks and Satins, Belles and Beaux Adorn Pineroom Christmas holidays brought "Winter Won- derlandj, a semi-formal dance in Oglebay Park's Pineroom that featured the Schafer- Kloss Orchestra. As a Christmas project the club provided the initial S75 to enlarge the schoolis testing program in aptitudes. Harry Holbert contributed a touch of art at the iirst meeting of the new year. Demon- strating that anyone can draw a still-life scene, Mr. Holbert, a local artist, encouraged an active interest in art for young people. "I've Got a Secret," a mock TV produc- tion, brought laughter and surprises to four Y-Teen panel members as they tried their skill at guessing carefully hidden secrets. Page Seveliiy-eiglil Vonihining raising funds with lmving fun, Y-Toons vnconipass gridiron 4-nllnisine-:ls with sunny smiles and chants of "Buy an progrzun!" IPRICSHMAN Y-'l'l1ll4lNH-lilirst row tlkolztonlb: P. Ingram, M. Gnellter, L. I-lood, D. Neuhard C. Cooper, M. Candas, S. Ewing, J. Sohineichel S. I-larringlzon. Svc-oml row: S. Miller, C. lteass S. Lnnau, L. Seyler, C. Gayheart, J. Sampson, J Shaw, S. Morgan, P. White, D. Starkey, B. Metz- gar, C. Chapline, D. Heusel, M. Castilow, S Skedel, S. Grinage. 'l'hird row: ll. Terek, P Earnest, K. ltidgway, A. Sheikovitz, L. Rosen B. Rubinstein, B. Schweizer, L. Levine, P Rnthers, S. Amend, G. Baker, S. Phillips, B Malkolff, N. Seamon. lflonrth row: D. Eimer, S Snpler, L. Crossland, K. Burson, L. 'Wayt, K Bobick, S. Grandstaft, M. George, L. .Hawkins R. Schmalz, M. Nolte, C, Bodkin, B. Bohlen, S Lucei, Il. Kamerer, M. Hill, P. Brennan, B. Ber isford, .l. Stab, C. Meclielt, J. Johnson, ll. Dt l Armey, B. Lewis. Fifth row: J. Youngman, D. Junkins, K. Willman, A. Fox, B. VVells, C. Fos- ter, C. Riggle, L. Tuttle, S. McCormick, G. Poor, J. Whipkey, B. Shook, S. Roberts, P. Faris, .l. Gates, S. Stullenburg, E. Fischer, S. Jenni, C. Salmons, J. Bailey, E. Rider. Sixth row: J. Campbell, S. Newmeyer, G. Wallace, M. Kayuha, B. Dentzer, J. Vereellotti, E. Bartholomew, D. Criswell, R. Rice, B. Young, L. Hamilton, S. Hathaway, N. Ferns, J. Vercellotti, P, Stocker, L. Calvin, N. Nesbitt, S. Emerson, S. Hendershot. Seventh 1-ow: N. Horne, J. Moore, B. Barr, L. Brockardt, D. VVeber, S. Bruno, E. West, J. Vellenoweth, R. Robinson, K. Mnenze, F. Mul- doon, A. Shater, P. Vlfest, M. Wallace, C. Roth, S. Meagle, M. Krieger. Members ourney South of Border Via Travelogue Traveling to Mexico through the eyes ol' a movie camera, Y-Teens were transported to far-off places by Gregg Van Camp '46 and a member of the staff of WTRF-TV. Mr. Van Camp interestingly described his trave- logue, "South of the Rio Grande." Bringing cheer into the lives of orphans, the members gave a party and a play for the children of the Woodsdale Home during March. Electing officers, reviewing the year's events, and installing next year's cabinet were the highlights of the two April meetings. Closing their year with the traditional "Senior Farewell," also in Oglebay's Pine- room, Y-Teens honored departing graduates and wished them a pleasant farewell. Susan Ewing and Claudia Gayheart, freshmen, scarvli the Bible for an appropriate selection for a. Y-Teen devotion. Page Seventy-nine '."' - ,, FIXIJOIIIIIHIIQQ a S2ll0Slll2lll,S pitch, J1llll0S Com- pagnone and John lluuvo rf-ln-ul-so for a Hi-Y candy sale. Meeting the second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each month, Tridel's Hi-Y was ably guided by Dave Butler and Anthony Peck, eo-sponsors. Membership was open to any sophomore, junior, or senior who passed an examination. As a result of this "open" membership policy, the club this year had an enrollment of 90, the highest in the history of the organization. ln addition to traditional dues of Sl per semester, revenue was obtained from three confection machines in the cafeteria and from the sale of ribbon candy during the Yuletide season. Serving the school and community, the boys raised and lowered the flag every day, tidied the campus on Friday afternoons, and manned a Salvation Army kettle at Christmas. Con- cluding the year, several members attended the State Hi-Y Convention at .Iackson's Mill this spring. Dawn to Dusk, Hi-Y Members Extend Helping Hand A. Gardner, VV. Hill, F. Kaufman, D. Amend, Li McNinch, C. Blake, J. Wilson, T. Smith, S. Thomp- HI-Y-First, row tllottomjz C. Brand, P. Mazur son, B. Clarke, M. Gessner, M. Popovich, R. Bell P. Phillips. Second 1-ow: C. Beurlen, G. Briese, K. Nolte, R. Weimer, C. Lazarus, J. Jacob, T, Birch Albertini, J. Compagnone, A. Seibert. Third row J. Dannenberg, J. Hieronimus, T. Timbrook, D. 1 1' . 1. , , H. Stocker, E. Reynolds, D. Neff, B. Rogers, D. Mc- Clelland, B. Wallace, C. Ross, T. Bickmeyer, B, Clark, J. Eddy, B. Myers, M. Bobes, D. Kennedy, VV, Freyler, G. Braun, D. Gilmore, B. Conaway, J. Lukens, T. La Roche, B. Stahnke, R. Scliatfer, F. Jewell, L. Walters, D. McNinch, M. Donoghue, J. Walton, Anthony Peck. Fourth row: J. McLain, B. Ner11, F. Heasley, D. Hadsell, C, Nlullarkey, R. Glass, L. Hess, B. Shields, M. Schwartz, D. Mul- larkey, D. Cohen, XV. Hamilton, C. Burson, D. Annon, D. Joel, P. Lang, J, Banco, B. Schubert. i Page Eighty Wi? 9 ,Qaf ' l l I I I y ty I I' I , I Q3 K3 ART ULU!!-I+'i1-st row tllottomj: M. Meighen, E. Boyd, N. Harris, M. ll-Iowell, Anthony Peck, J. Ferguson. Second row: J. Myers, P. Martino, B. Lemmon, L. Rentschler, C. Wilhelm, C. Hahne, N. Stewart, M. Green- eltch. Third row: J. Brennan, L. Cornell, N. Hamilton, B. Wallace, B. NVayman, C. Roth, R. Kramer, S. Neuhard, K. Rosenberg. Fourth 1-ow: C. Moore, N. Ross, E. Auber, K. Mundie, C. Snyder, B, Stummeyer, T. TiII'llJ1'00li. Prolific Painters Delve Into Secrets of Brush and Easel Dabbling through the .1956-l957 school year, Tridel's dexterous daubers, expertly di- rected by Anthony Peck, devoted minutes and t'oln'tf-sy ol' 'l'ridvl'z-a Art Ulub, John Myers and Kay Mundit- post time and plum- ol' tides in 'PHS activities. muscles to posters, signs, and similar artistic undertakings. Convening the fourth Friday of each month, the 30 Little Red dabblers examined, studied, and discussed the works of experienced and distinguished artists. They also spent portions of their monthly meetings wielding their brushes to assist other organizations in pub- licizing coming events. During February the art enthusiasts turned their interests from paints to pans, which led to "pin" money in the form of profits from their bake sale. Table favors for residents ol' Wheeling's Home for the Aged helped to create a colorful atmosphere in the somewhat routine lives of the aged. Students desiring Art Club affiliation were required to submit examples of their talent, and a vote by the membership determined acceptance or rejection. Page E iglz ry-one Fl l 1 .X I f -ef? J I " mn 7161? 1 1 i he 1 r , v,,5W,,,,,.,,, ft 1 ri' Us Q 525 . gf, ,LQ r fir ,. . , ,' fwfr 1,-,,, ..r1-QUQQ. i r at 2 , in HOIVLE EO CLUB-First row Qliottomjz S. Morgan, J. Barton, K. Phillips, S. Ganoe, D. Heusel, S. McC1'eady, A. Vargo. Second row: N. Seainon, L. Falkenstein, D. Kamerer, A. Hill, L. Tuttle, C. Bodkin, B. Farrell. Third row: Miss Geraldine J. Newman, C. Medick, S, Roberts, S. Jenni, E. l+'isc:lier, N. Ferns, C. Ewing, M. Mayne, L. Santo. l"0Ill'lh row: S. Nenharcl, S. Boris- ford, P. Ferns, B. Barr, B. Leininon, C. Roth, G. Roberts, ll, Matyja. Homemakers of Tomorrow Achieve Culinary Competence Early and late spring bake sales helped to provide the necessary revenue for a l6-milli- meter projector to be used in the culinary arts department. Consisting of students from the clothing and foods classes, the Home Economics Club, under the co-sponsorship of Mrs. Dora Steele and Miss Geraldine J. Newman, met the second Tuesday of each month. Refreshments, supplied by Mrs. Steele, and a gift exchange highlighted the December get together. A representative of the Singer Sew' ing Machine Co. demonstrated new attach- ments for machines at the February session. Earning 1,000 points in Home Ec activities entitles members to letters of red and white. which are presented at the end of each school year. Page Eighly-two i SV' f l'l'01ll3illg' delectable dishes mul savory svents, Miss Geraldine J. Newman show:-a Linda Santo and Ruth Gilbert the way to a mnn's heart. 1 . 3121.11 fl' 1-.Q wx. .. "l'm terrified!" "Oh, Susan, you needn't be. You're simply exhibiting your ability as a rider so that present members may decide on your skill in handling a mount. If your trial proves successful, you will undergo an initiation after which mem- bership advantages will be extended to you." During 1956 and 1957, the Girls' Riding Club held a number of impromptu business meetings and scheduled two rides a semester, using the facilities and horses of Oglebay Park's Riding Academy. A picnic concluded the year. This organization afforded Tridel's eques- triennes with innumerable opportunities to ex- change opinions and to report recent develop- ments dealing with the equestrian art. Said Miss Mabel Scherich, sponsor, "The Girls' Riding Club exists solely to provide a pleasurable experience for those who enjoy the avocation of horseback riding." P Garbed in traditional riding habits, Horse- women Harriett Gonter and Marnie Miller casually talk "horse sense." Misses and Mounts Exhibit Equestrian Efficiency R I D I N G C L U B - First row fSeatedJ: Roberta Clark, Sara Lang, Marnie Miller, Jill Porter, Linda Cornell, Philippa Brand. Second row: Charlotte Stein, Har- riett Gonter, Martha Stewart, Bon- nie Custer, Marti NVagner, Miss Mabel Scherich, Jean Jacobs, Roemehl Schubart, Fritzie Hork- heimer. Page Eighty-three Men behind the scenes are the 18 boys of the volunteer Projection Crew, selected and trained by A. R. Milligan to present Tridel's visual aids to classroom instruction. For the last 16 years, Mr. Milligan has been in charge of this volunteer group. Under his capable guidance this all-male unit made it possible for this year's Little Red populous to see some 320 movies, representing 312,200 feet of film and an estimated viewing audience of 16,000 Oak Parkers. These boys donate one study hall each day so that Tridells faculty may vary classroom procedures by using film strips and movies. Three boys are available each of the six school hours. Through Mr. Milligan's carefully devised schedule the boys alternate their duties, thus giving each Little Red projectionist ample opportunity to demonstrate his technique as an expert operator, house man, and elec- trician. 'Lights, Action,' They Call, PROJECTION CREXV - First row fl501lt0ll1,2 Bernard Albertini, Robert Wren, David Cohen, B1'uce Clarke, Dave Worsdell, Richard Colley, Russell Bell. Second row: Terry Miller, George i. l' ,' Two of tho indispensable aids in 'l'ridcl's pro- grmn of visual Otluvation, George Brit-so and John Lulu-ns take- time ont, helwc-on Iilms. the Show Must Go On! Briese, Michael Dralios, Jim Rogers, James Bon- signore, Jack Brennan, Fred Jewell, John Lu- kens, Robert Denierslci, Lloyd Cariialian. Page Eighly-fozlr JUNIOR RED CROSS i'0l7Nl"ll1-First row CBott.omJ: S. Wilhelm, H. Zimmerman, B. Rubinstein, B. Metzgar, M. Earnest, M. Candas, M. Quinn, Sw-ond row: S. Harrington, J. Youngman, S. Lamzg, IG. Rider, B. Thoiien, E. Fisclier, L. Gellner, P. Stocker, M. Kite, S. I-less. fl'hird row: Miss Catlieriiie M. Ebert, C. Moo1'e. B. Clarke. C. Chambers, L. Santo, P. Price, C. Gellner, B. Pol- lock, R. Klinglioffer, N. Hamilton, lil. Boyd. Fonrili row: S. Broverman, L. Berman, J. Baker, M. Catlett, M. Krieger, J. Mc- Lain, T. Timbrook. unior Red Cross Serves as 6Friend in Need' Attaining 100 per cent membership for an- other year, the .Iunior Red Cross Council con- cluded its annual drive for members in Novem- ber. The funds collected totaled 3568.98 and were forwarded to the Wheeling Ohio County Chapter of the American Red Cross to aid victims of flood, fire, war, and other similar disasters. Proceeds from a bake sale and from volun- tary Oak Park contributions, amounting to 39722, were sent to relieve the suffering of the people of Hungary during Communist ag- gression. Three officers, a representative from each of Tridel's 30 homerooms, and Sponsor Miss Catherine M. Ebert made up the council. With the selection of officers for the follow- ing year, the organization completed another term of contributing to the relief of those less fortunate. Pius prvdolninatc as Bruce Clarke and Mary Bolle Howell receive Red Cross buttons from Betty Jane Thonen, council representative. Page Eighty-fi ve FIRST - YEAR GIRLS' AND FIRST - YEAR MIXED CHORUSES - Front row tliottomj: J. Isaly, 'R Chaney, J. Beecroft, J. Nelson, R. Johnston, J. Camp bell, G. Jasko, R. Sto11e, L. Berman, P. Morgan, P Geimer, B. Berisford, R. Pittman, R. Riley, G. Schmidt. Second l'ow: L. Tuttle, B. Malkoff, S. McCready, L. Haw- kins, J. Park, M. Mink, J. Czyzewski, D. Eimer, L. Rosen J. Wliipkey, L. Wayt, K. Duke, J. Schmeiehel, L, Cross land, C. Cooper, P. Earnest, B. Terek, S. Skedel, M Castilow, S. Phillips, L, Levine, K. Bobick. Third 1-ow C. Chapline, H. White, J. Earnest, S. Quinn, S. Morgan P. Ruthers, S. Reiter, M. Candas, J. Sampson, P. White D. Starkey, S. Todd, P. Brennan, A. Sheikovitz, D Kamerer, L. Garrison, L. Hamilton. Fourth row: J. Bon- signore, S. Hathaway, L. Hood, A. Fox, S. Miller, M R. Nelson, R, De Armey, R. Schmalz, B. Metzgar, Guelker, N. Ferns, S. Hendershot, E, Bartholomew, C. Gill, P. Ingram, J. Johnson, B. Schweizer. .l. Wharton, .I. Albaugh, D. Menard, J. Robinson, R. Robinson, F. Fivecoat, S. Newmeyer, J. Vellenoweth, M. Kayuha, S. Grandstaff, M. George, C. Riggle, B. Wallace. Fifth row: S. Meagle, S. Emerson, N. Somerville, B. Dentzer, S. Roberts, M. Konoski, J. Youngman, D. Junkins, C. Salmons, A. Vargo, K. VVillma.n, G. Poor, P. Faris, E. Rider, J. Bailey, K. Muenze, R. Robinson, F. Muldoon, N. Horne, R. Rice, S. Jenni, J. Campbell. Sixth row: M. Kreiger, J. Vercellotti, S. Bruno, S. Stullenburg, E. West, B. Young, S. McCormick, K. lflriebertshauser, S. Lunau, C. Re-ass, J. Vercellotti, A. Shafer, L. Calvin, D. VVeber, L. Brocka.rdt, N. Nesbitt, P. West., M. VVal- lace. C. Roth. Advanced Vocalists Render Sonorous Selections Meeting at 9 a.m. every Tuesday and Fri- day in the Music Room, the Mixed Chorus II was ably directed by Miss Virginia L. Brand. Lynne Rollins, senior, provided the piano accompaniment. This group, numbering 46, was limited to sophomores, juniors, and seniors who had been outstanding members of another chorus at least one year prior to their acceptance as members of the advanced choral unit. Mem- bership was also based on proven reliability and cooperation. These advanced vocalists presented their in- itial concert at a meeting of the Ohio County Education Association. During the Christ- mas season, the group also appeared in Tri- del's annual Yuletide Choral Assembly. Second-semester activity was devoted to the preparation of especially selected numbers to be sung with the combined members of the Ohio County Chorus, an aggregation that in- cludes representatives from all of the public secondary schools in the county. Singing at Senior Commencement Exercises concluded the year. Page E igli ry-.rix Lifting their voices in song, Sara Lung, Sue Niehaus, Mau-lha Stewart, Carl Allison, and Gary Braun produce that which soothes even the savage brvtlst. 1 i A ' r A i " E "l'i-aurliic-ir mukvs purl'0r-t!" surmise Putlie Pl'il'C, Maria Fallen-, and lfllainc XVulrlen as they diligently apply their luneful talents to ax new lllllllh0l'. Consisting of 50 girls of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes, the Second-Year Girls' Chorus divided into two groups and met the first and second periods every Thurs- day morning. Any girl who had sung with another chorus for a year was eligible to join this singing aggregation, directed by Miss Virginia L. Brand and accompanied by Senior Louise Rentschler. Following innumerable practice sessions, the girls, attempting to encourage and to foster an appreciation of vocal music, presented a highly polished medley of such perennial favorites as "Rose Mariei' and 'The Desert Song" at the Christmas Choral Assembly. For their final appearance of the term the Second-Year Girls' Chorus took part in the Spring Concert, held annually for parents and friends of THS vocalists. Second-Year Songsters Provide Melodious Moments HICUONII-YIGAIE GIRLS' CHORUS-FiI'sIL l'0XV fllottoinjz V. Wilson, M. Nuzum, C. Reutschlcr H. Ellison, S. Bl'0V63l'Ill2lll, B. Mooney, B. Ray D. Mozney, P. Price, S. I-less, L. Santo, M. Faller: N. Archer, B. Miller. K. Tliomas. Ser-ond 1-ow: P. Shoup, lt. llerhold, L. Baxter, Il. Sheller li. Rentstcliler, J. Wheeler, D. Waslis, M. Wines- burg, V. Benyo, F. Swiger, M. Jewett., N. Mur- v phy, S. Fisher, P. Kozusnik, E. Marcellus, A. Swallow, S. Rinard, P. Varner, N. Braden, J. Abercrombie, G. Orum, I-I. Gonter, D. Delaney. Third row: J. Porter, N. Turner, P, Marple, E. Walden, B. Grubb, F. Fleming, S. Criswell, G. Baker, C. Bushon, J. Hough, D. Grubb, B. Nick- erson, S. Van Dyne. F. Feige, J. Scurfield, D. Bankey, A. Hill, R. Gilbert, J. Porter. Page Eighty-seven Freshmen, desiring to get into the swing of things, joined the First-Year Choruses. Any ninth grader interested in vocal music was eligible for membership. The Mixed Chorus I and the First-Year Girls' Chorus provided basic training in reading and inter- preting various types of music. Meeting once each week, these vocalists practiced industriously, preparing for assem- blies and evening concerts. They sang pop- ular and classical selections as well as spir- ituals. Directed by Miss Virginia L. Brand, the group consisted of 126 members and made its initial appearance at the time of the annual Choral Assembly. For the first time in several years, Miss Brand was relieved of accompanying her first- year songsters. Eliza Rider and Jim Nelson, freshmen, alternated at the piano. Singing at the Ninth-Grade Promotion Day Exercises terminated the activities of the '56- ,57 year. Harmonizing Plebes MIXED CHORUS II-First row lliottonij: J. Hornburg, M. Bush, L. Rollins, V. Harris, A. Messer, R. Richmond, J. Morgan, C. Matzke, K. Edwards, H. Maness, S. Rollins, M. Miller, C. Van Wie, Miss Virginia L. Brand. Sc-cond row: L. Shafer, K. Rosenberg, S. Boyer, M. Grand- staff, C. Xvitsburger, C. Allison, D. Kerns, P. Joining .lim Nelson at the piano, Ray Robinson and Riclmrd Stone plain resonant renditions of their favorite selections. Furnish Vocal Variation Monahan. R. NVhite, J. Bass, M. more, L. Rentschler, S. Lang, S. row: E. NValclen, V. Mitchell, W. Carter, S. Gil- Braden. Third Freyler, D. Gil- more, G. Braun, H. Denny, H. Clatterbuck, B. Van VVie, L. Moore, F. Carr, Stewart, M. Barnett, M. Bruhn, Nieliaus. J, Stoops, M. A. Francis, S. Page Eighty-eight 'l'lll.-1llIfl'l'fl'l'lS--Viutinia l-larris, Martha Louise Rentsehler, Kitty Edwards, Lynne Barnett., Sevilla Boyer, Dorothy Brown, Rollins, Miss Virginia L. Brand. Six Lyrical Lasses Strive for Musical Perfection 'I'wo-thirds ol' 'l'ritlvl's :eilver-tln-oztlctl song- ' birds, Imllist' l!t'lllst'lllvi', Sevilla Iioyvr, M:ll't'l1a liarnt-tt, and Kitty ltltlwm-els, stage an informal song fv:-xl. X-, rx- r Clad in green sheath jumpers, the Tria- dettes, under the flawless direction of Miss Virginia L. Brand, supervisor of vocal music in the public schools of Ohio County, captiva- ted their audiences with enchanting melodies. Tunefully trilling secular and sacred num- bers, these six girls and their accompanist Lynne Rollins met twice a week at 8:30 a.m. to rehearse. Appearing before the Stone Presbyterian Church Women's Association, these six silver- throated songbirds made their '56-'57 debut. Performances followed at Tridel's Open House and "Snow Follies." With Maria Faller as narrator, the sextette presented "The Nine Blessings of Christmas" before the American Association of University Women and the Wheeling Lions Club. Other public engage- ments were at the Christmas Choral Assembly, the Elm Grove Methodist Church, Civitan and Rotary lunches, City Youth Rally, and the Classroom Teachers Association. Page E igh ty-n ine l BAND-Front row tliottom going across and in- cluding the next page-: XV. Hamilton, E. Jacobsen, S. Grinage. D. Carr, R. D6AI'1l185', K, Kai-tman. S. Rollins, A. Fox, B. XVells. J. Bailey, E. Gorrlen K. Duke. Second row: J. Yonugman, .l. Sainpson. lVil'li seemingly fearless fingering ot' thc- llam- ing baton Drum Major Ronny Baker provides at glowing attraction dm-ing gridiron halt'- time rituals. B. Lewis, M. XVallace, J, Moore, K. Burson, F. Carr. ID. Horne, J. Hehr. U. tflatterlnick, T. Berislfoi'cl. lt. Dickson. CT. Mount, Ii. lr'allcons1ein, T. Vosvir-lc, .l. lllaynard. 'l'hii-rl row: l'. Itntliers. P. XVosl, M. Bono, I,. Broc'liardt, I". Conipagnoixe, M. Nolte. Agile Aggregation Adds During each of 10 football encounters. 83 marching instrumentalists, expertly directed by Stefano R. Ceo, added color and variety at half-time ceremonies and captivated the at- tention and interest of Little Red followers and opponents. Red and black uniforms and melodious and noteworthy renditions contributed to the suc- cessfulness of each appearance. Selections in- cluded current hits, old favorites, and lively marches. Tuesday and Thursday evenings were dc-1 voted to practice sessions during the grid sea- son. Timely and unique formations were care' fully devised and meticulously executed as portions of the campus provided adequate space for maneuvering. . -' ' -- N. -Cv lt. ltohinson, S. Amend, B. Gideon. R. Schubart It. Ga.ntze1', I.. Ivliwtzor, D. Sclirader, A. Boyd .l'. Miles. S. Henson, R. lllioads, J. Gibson, R. Baker I.. Flonliousc, P. Mazur. IB. Alhertini, M. Vosvicic Color to Gridiron Gatherings In addition to their important contribution to the pigskin parade, the musical aggregation staged four assemblies and three evening con- certs. An ensemble played at the Ohio Valley General and North Wheeling Hospitals at Christmas. Funds from a late November tag day and from evening performances provided Band Patrons with sufficient money to entertain active band members at such social functions as skating parties and a banquet. Similar contributions also made it possible to award letters on a 1,000-point system. Prior to their annual Spring Concert. mem- bers competed with other tri-state schools on the campus of West Liberty State College and matched their talents in solos and ensembles. . W Y- J' 3 I: in l ,. ,tv if il? ll l"l ll . i l 4, l'vf V er g . 1 M.. ,iz l , i E' rl. ' ' 5 ' in il 1 l l lf l .a - ef ' V ' V - . 1 lv . 'i Q f J 'i I t l L I I A . l'10lll'fll row: Stefano R. Ceo. B. Adams, L. Tuttle J. Pogue, B. Byrd, D. Keim, C. Speight, B. XVoods R. Evans. XV. Starkey, C. Gellner, R. Pattison, XV Burke. B. Kent, E. Cook, XV. Rupp. Assistant- Drum Majors- Ilavid Hoi-ne, Jeanie 1-Iehr, Bill Adams. X Sudden flashes of silver batons. slashing away at the atmosphere. accented the perform- ances of Tridel's prancing Majorettes as their precisioned drills led the Marching Band on or off the field of football combat. Whether in six-eight or four-four time, these six snappy strutters delighted spectators by ex- tricating themselves from intricate novelty dances and routines that had been carefully worked out during weeks of diligent practice. During the early part of this year's grid campaign, the Majorettes appeared in red jumpers, white blouses, and Scottish tams. To protect themselves against the chilling blasts of near-frigid weather, they bundled up in white wool uniforms that were trimmed in red braid. The addition of fire batons seemed to add to their comfort as they continued to strut and cavort on and about the field. Eligibility is based on the successful com- pletion of a year of band. Training in march- ing and twirling is given during August, and final eliminations follow on the heels of the opening of school. l h 1 1 .J Bl1lj0l'1'lU'S :incl llw Iiittlv Real Ill'lllll lllfljlll lin- rlaulgiwously us they l'2lIN'l' with llillllillg, hiltons. Baton Bearers Aim for Crowd-Pleasing Precision MAJORI+IT'l'ES-Suv Rollins, Rm-mohl Sl'hllb2ll'1, Vurol Mount, Milcll-1-al lion:-, Kay Kartman, Ruth Mm-iv Gaintzvr, Page Ninely-two TEZMWW ,'gC,.,,,g4,! 4 Chefs Contribute to Satisfaction of Triad Tummies Planning und preparing pulntv-pleasing nutri- mcntu for ruvvnous Iiittlo Rvtls nrv tstartinq nts ilu- other 4-nd ol' the stovm-J Mrs. Joseph Mursliull, Mrs. Nvllv Moore, and Mrs. Lea Rllontlcs. Diligent Detail Displays "No sooner seen than gonen might well have been the motto of Tridel's corps of labor- ious custodians, headed by Joe Organ. Hustling about the main building, the an- nex, and the campus before, during, and after school hours, these men cleaned, swept, dusted, and repaired. Never too engrossed in their thousand and one duties to lend a help- ing hand, these jacks-of-all-trades were often whisked off by an absent-minded student to break into a locker. On night detail, Henry Boyd and Carl Knaus, kept vigil over the deserted buildings, answered phones, washed chalk boards, and made things spic 'n' span for the following day's return of Oak Parkers. Besides Mr. Organ and the two men as- signed to night shifts, other custodians in- cluded Ford Pogue and Charles Fry. Known to all for their helpfulness and friendliness, these men have been an integral part of school life at Triadelphia High. Responsible for the daily caloric intake oi numerous Little Reds were Mrs. Helen Mar- shall, Mrs. Nelle Moore, and Mrs. Lea Rhoades, Tridel's capable chefs. Preparation got under way early each morn- ing, and by noon tantalizing odors filled the school cafeteria. With gusto, famished stu- dents gorged the tasty results of the cooks' all-morning endeavors and with a satisfied feeling, were willing to return to classes. Besides cooking, these zealous ladies bought the food and handled the finances of the lunch room. They also contributed to the success- fulness of Tridel's Open House by keeping the refreshments flowing smoothly. Throughout each school year, these ladies of the culinary department work tirelessly and contribute immeasurably to the successful operation of THS. Dexterity in Duties Henry Boyd, Joseph Organ, sentedg Ford Poguv, standing, known as T1-idel's helping hands, do everything from clipping locks to answering tele- phones. Page Ninety-three 1 S L .1-5 Y A ' gk' 1 0 V. ' 'V F 1 ,A l A -4151 v -AK I - K V , V .bl , 4 ' fl V FII, . ii X5 ' 1' ..Q '- ,'74,v',' K ' ' ' " .fl I - P,34a,ff.?-,H f V r.'.- f1:L,L, f' -if-nm I . 1 'aj ., '17 aj- QL, , 4 , ,- .1 4, A. -- .g-,-,- ,,, ,w - , V 'f '-If -ae, .,4.g- , Z ' 'a':f"""""7 ' , , 5 I. N AwJd':.'v-K .. V :ki 1 4 ' 5- A 1- L97 JAMA LAI-'35 ,I - u:.n'9'5. 1- I - . g s.: , .ay few N Ly., ' L, Az PV' x ,, .ri'5,rLy' W x Q , 'N A '17 'F 'fr' "-nfl 'HCV ' 4 -.,. .- . f L pf il! . , 'I . . , , , A,,' 1 I, y J., ,- H A gpdwh A . EH. ilu 4 rg J' ,. , ." 'Lf :J ,' wg" L 1 ki - - ' ' f ,Q 5 fair.-, V, A, A, 'ia , - 'A x public affairs Page Ninety-17 ve 14 Triad Seniors Cap High School Grid Careers PHIL LANG Center DAVE KRAUS Quarterback TOM La ROCHE Tackle Donning the Red and Black for the last time as members of Tridel's pigskin cast, 14 Oak Parkers pulled the curtain on their high school gridiron careers in the campaign finale with Warwood. Missing from next year's backfield will be a quintet of Triad seniors led by high-scoring Quarterback Dave Kraus. Fullbacks Richard Black and David Annon, and Halfbacks Pete Phillips and L. D. Moore are also slated to be relieved of their pigskin-totin' chores via graduation. Nine Little Red linemen, all rugged per- formers during their senior year, will present a gaping hole along the Parkers, front line. Conspicuous in their absence from the '57 Triad aggregation will be Ends Bill Shields, Bill Kreutzer, and Danny Milesg Tackles Tom La Roche, and Bill Stahnkeg Guards Dale Mc- Ninch, Richard Schafer, and Charles Semple: and Center Phil Lang. Page Ninety-six RICHARD BLACK Fullback DALE McNINCH Guard Row one-ffopj PETE PHILLIPS RI Halfback Row two- BILL STAHNKE Tackle Row three- BILL SHIELDS End CHARD SCHAFER DANNY MILES Guard End L. D. MOORE BILL KREUTZER Halfback End DAVID ANNON CHARLES SEMPLE Fullback Guard Page Ninely-.s'evan VARSITY Ii'00TBALL SQl'All-First row Qiiol- R. Schafer, .l. Hedrick, T. Bickineyer, li. Schmftl tomb: .I. Compagnone, W. Steinman, M. Itine, .l. C. Seniple, B. Conaway, Ii. Moore, Il. McNinch Eddy, T. Birch, R. Albaugh, A. Gardner, K. Bur- Blair, D. McNinc:h, B. Shields. If'om'lh row B I'Ollgl1S,"MOllSi6',01111,H12l.11Zl.gE31'. Second row: Head Stalinke, .I. Pfeiffer, C. Wilt, ll. Kraus, ll, Gro Coach .lack La Bay, D. Miles, J. Morgan, D. Clark, P. Lang, T. lia Roche, IAS. Peyton. ll. Black I B. Kreutzer, P. Phillips, B. Carney, D. Annon, C. Walters. Allison. Assistant Coach 1"l'EIl1li Dumas. 'I'hirtl row: Oak Park Grid Machine Turns Out Balanced Slate Tridel's '56 gridiron gladiators, under the guiding reins of Head Coach Jack La Bay and Assistant Coach Frank Dumas, emerged on the positive end in a quintet of I0 ven- tures. Fritz Dot-pkcn, "Mousic" 01-lh, and Georgi- Littlc, grid lll2lllElg0l'S, engage in one ol' many tasks, mending lace:-atctl hm-lint-I straps, to kccp Ti-itll-l's pigskin show func- tioning smoothly. l 4 A. l Page Ninety-eight Grabbing decisions over Central, Mounds- ville, Wellsburg, Union, and Warwood, Coach La Bay's pugnaciously inclined corps was up- ended by Bellaire, Parkersburg, Martins Ferry. Wheeling, and St. Clairsville. This season marked the second in a row that Tridel's gridders evaded dipping into the sub .500 class. Engaging Central in the seasons debut. Sept. 6, the Oak Parkers wrestled a 14 to 6 struggle from the Maroons at the lsland Sta- dium. Allowing but a single six-pointer from All-OVAC Fullback Bob Schuetz, the Red and Black eleven countered with TD's by Quarterback Dave Kraus and Fullback Rich- ard Black. Moundsville's powerful Trojans provided the opposition the following week, and the Little Red machine rudely edged Coach La Bay's former charges to the tune of 7 to 6. Fullback Black tallied the touchdown and also split the uprights in the game-winning con- version attempt, Sept. 15, at the Stadium. Bellaire's Big Reds dealt the Parkers a cruel blow in handing them their initial setback, 13 to 0, in the opening test of a 'l'ive-game road trip, Sept. 22. Mike "The Tank" Ingram and Co. proved too tough a hurdle as the Triads incurred their lone shutout. Tridel's pigskin toters again tasted defeat, Sept. 28, at Parkersburg, when the Big Reds pasted the Little Reds. 27 to 12. Mite Hall'- back Albert Gardner and Quarterback Kraus chalked up the six pointers. Scoring in every period, the Oak Parkers galloped to a 26 to 6 romp over Wellsburg's hapless Orangemen on the latter's turf, Oct. 5. Black, Kraus. Halfback Pete Phillips. and Reserve Fullback Carl Allison accumulated single TD's. Minus the services of injured Fullback Black. the Parkers bowed to Martins Ferry. 20 to 19. on foreign soil, Oct. l2. Guard Dale McNinch made an unexpected visit to paydirt with a 55-yard stolen-ball romp. Kraus penetrated the Purple Riders' vital soil twice for a pair of touchdowns. Coach La Bay cleared the bench as the Parkers thumped Union's lronmen, 26 to 0. Oct. l9, at Hartwig Field. Larry Walters took scoring honors with I3 points. and .Ends Bill Shields and Bill Kreutzer each contributed a touchdown. Steering the Wildcat ship through a sea of mud, All-Stater Wilbur Myers chalked up two TD's as Wheeling's Gold and Blue dumped .lark lin Bay, head coach: Frank Dmnas, assistant: John A. SllillSky, frosh nwntor, par- layrd gridiron knowledge into profitable raun- paigns for both the Red and Black varsity and the l'r1-shnian elm-vt-ns. the Triads, 25 to 6, Oct. 26, at the Stadium. Speed merchant Jimmy Kerr, the valley's top scorer, personally wreaked havoc in the Oak Park line, Nov. 3, at the Island. St. Clairsville's Red Devils toppled the Triads, 34 to 6. Edging a favored Warwood eleven, 2 to 0. via a fourth-period safety, Nov. 9, on the Island gridiron, Tridel's gridders concluded the '56 campaign by balancing the won-lost slate. IVICICSHBIAN I1'0U'I'lSAliI, SQVAD - First row D. Jackson, C. VVhite, J. Isaly, R. Robinson. fliottonij: IJ. Grahlow, N. Karras. G. l'l'2UVi'lll'fi, 'I'hird row: J. Beeeroft, B. Adams, H. Gray. S. li. Lemmon, J. Alhauglt, K. Davis, It. Ruhr. ll. Henry, K. Duffy, T. Harper, P. Morgan, J. Ma- Stone. S4-vom! row: H. Kaynlia, A. Jones, G. SOI1,JO1111 A.Sl1i11sky. Wildemann, C. Kavanas, J. Douglas. R. lvlcssig. Page Ninrly-nine IIAIIQ 'as Page One hundred DA V E KRAYS Forwaral BILL KREUTZER For-ward BILL SHIELDS Center TOM HARMAN Guard BOB XVEISS f1illIll'd ARTHUR E. JONES Coach Quintet of Floormen Terminates Careers Finishing their high school cage careers amid resounding cheers and eulogistic appraisals, five Oak Park seniors will be missing next year from the annual edition of Coach Arthur E. Jones' hardwood corps. Absent from Tridel's '57-'58 cast because of graduation will be Tom Harman, Dave Kraus, Bill Kreutzer, Bill Shields, and Bob Weiss. For- ward Kraus, Center Shields, and Guards Harman and Weiss were the backbone of the starting lineup. Forward Kreutzer was head man on the list of Coach Jones' able re- placements. 1956 - 1957 Court Summary THS Opp. Dec. 14-Martins Ferry. . .52 50 Dec. 18--XVam-wood ,..... 65 53 Dec. 27-Central .....,.. 53 44 Jan. 3-Mounasville .... 04 52 Jun. 11-Magnolia ,..,. 100 42 Jan. 12-McKinley , . . .05 35 Jun. 15-Bellaire . . . . .62 56 Jun. 18-Central . . . . . .87 03 Jam. 22-XVhc0ling ..,... 66 60 Jan. 25-Moundsville .... 68 55 Jam. 26-l':u'kcrSburg . . 50 Jun. 20-1Vhe0ling ....., 81 88 Feb. 1-'Union ........, 81 50 Feb 5-Wcllsbm' ,.... 80 47 Feb. 8-St. Cluirsvillc. . .01 60 Feb 15-Union , ...,... 75 52 Feb 10-Wurwood ..,... 74- 70 Feb 26-Follzmsbec ,.... 77 58 Section II T0lll'll1llIl0lll3 Mar' 8-Magnolia ....., 07 40 lvllll' 0-XVhceling ...... 00 63 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD-First. row qBottomj: Bob Cona- way, Carl Spring, Albert Gardner, Kirk Nolte, Bob Xveiss, Bob Peyton. Second row: Head Coach Arthur E. Jones, Dick Hadsell, Don Mullar- key, Lester Hess, Bill Shields, Dave Kraus, Bill Kreutzer Little Red Cagers Cop 15 of 20 Tilts Tridel's '56-'57 hardwood performers, under the reins of Coach Arthur E. Jones, emerged victorious in 15 conquests, suc- cumbing in but a quintet of encounters. Vaulting through the regular campaign with 14 triumphs as against 4 defeats, the Oak Park floormen were on top at half-time in every contest in which they were herded. Blasting Magnolia, 69 to 46, March 8, in the Triad's inaugural tilt of the Section II Tourney at Moundsville, the Oak Parkers bowed before Wheeling's Wildcats, 63 to 60, in the "finals" the following night. Leading the Little Red attack were first- team members Bill Shields, Dave Kraus, Bob Weiss, and Tom Harman, seniors, Lester Hess, junior. Amid frenzied cheers Floorman Lester Hess leaps in vain to control ax stray rebound as St. Clairsville's Red Devils roll on unbeaten in an overtime at the expense of the Little Reds. The Devils captured :L thriller, 66 to 61. Page One hundred one RESERVE BASKETISAIll,-Ifirst. row tliottmnj: Robert Albaugh, Manager Larry Lemmon, George Roscoe. S1-cond 1-ow: James Compagnone, Toni Byrum, Barry Griffiths. Dave Bartlett, Coavli Fl'Zl.1lii Dumas. Third row: Carl Allison, John Osborne. .lim Vvliite, Dave Kerns, Fred Hensley. Tridel's reserve basketeers. un- der the reins of Coach Frank Dumas, climaxed the '57 cam- paign with a victory over Fol- lansbee's Blue Wave to hoist the seasonls record to eight wins and an identical number of setbacks. Performing under Mentor John A. Shinsky, the frosh floormen chalked up but three triumphs in a dozen endeavors. Led by Ron- nie Peyton and John Robinson, the Oak Park yearlings grabbed decisions over Warwood, Madi- son, and Ritchie. Reserves Break Eveng Frosh Cop Trio of Triumphs FRIGSHMAN Ii.-XSlil+I'l'liAIlll - First row lliottoxnj: David Jack- son, Ronnie Peyton, Ray Rob- inson, John Douglas. Sc-coml row: Steven Henry, Arthur Jones, .loliu Mason, John Beeeroft, Coach John A. Shinsky. 'I'hi1'tl 1-ow: Berii:ii'il Carney, John Robinson, Kennolli Robinson, Bill Adams, Howard Gray. Page One lzunrlred two 65 'M 45- ' ,.,- .. ... I ik-.,,1 .1151 .. - .1 ' DQ v. 6' -..Q R, . 1-nb' ---Q . .fr , - 1 . ' "'N 5 4 . pg lf. .4-E-, L. '7- 4'HICIGRliI1lAIlI+lR.S-First row fllottomjz Mary lace, Judith Lynn Homburg, Miss Phyllis A. Ellen Ca.rto1', Sylvia Gilmore, Patty Davis, Nolan. Beneke, Virginia Kay Mitchell, Roslyn Rosenberg. .l-lzxrris. Sovoml row: Judy Walllatce, Beverly XVal- Maneuvers of Spirited Six Spark Cheering Section Senior spokes in thc- clu-on-lonflingg wht-ol, Maury lflllon 1'urIvr, 'Roslyn Rosouln-rg, and Nolan' Harris, propel 0IlHlllSi3lSlIl and sportsinallsliip on lit-lil mul iloor. Radiating unfathomable energy during foot- ball and basketball seasons, six varsity and three reserve Cheerleaders provided rhythmic maneuvers and varied yells as they added an additional incentive for a Little Red victory on the gridiron or the hardwood. These peppy lassies appeared at football frays clad in red culottes and white sweaters. For basketball contests their black culottes replaced the red ones. Selected following tryouts, Tridel's Cheer- leaders are required to maintain an average of "B" to remain on the squad. Miss Phyllis A. Beneke, dean of girls, sponsored these energetic Jills this year, and practice ses- sions were held each Thursday at the close of school. In recognition of their services the girls were awarded red chenille T's. Page One lnmdrefz' three p4"w'i5:-wgufNM- N , .. - . ...,., J' ., . .t , ln.- . -, TRA1'K-Fil-get row tliottomjz A. Jones, J. Bee Croft, R. Straiicli, P. Gerragauccli, E, Cook, J Douglas, R. Messig, F. Ebeling, B. Berisforcl. L. SU'ltt1llZ'ttlGl', B. Cohen, R. Weissman, G XVildGl11H.I1l1, G, Schmidt, R. Crago, D. Grablow Sc-vond 1-ow: L. Crago, J. Morgan, C. Gellner, D Kerns, J. Dannenherg, H. Gray, T. Baird, K. Robinson, T. Petrock, J. Arslain, D. Keim, B , . x Van lVie, J. Gibson, D. Clark, J. Eddy, R. NVhit.e, P. Geilner, J. Lykins, B. Clutter. Tliird row: John A. Shinsky, R. Morel, J. lvlaynard, J. Spoi- ser, W. Beall, T. Ira, Roche, B. Conaway, M. Schwartz, E. Reynolds, J. Mrzliain, T. lvlctlrath, J. Cook, .I. Lukens, S, Henry, .I. Hedrick, lt. Bell, 'l'. Bickmeyer, Frank Dumas. Cak Park Speed Merchants Participate in Seven Meets Tridel's cindermen, under the helm of Head Mentor John A. Shinsky and Assistant Coach Frank Dumas, participated in seven meets during the '57 campaign. Plagued by inexperience, Coach Shinsky's charges boasted not a single letterman to spear the Oak Park attack. The Little Red mentor concentrated his efforts on a rebuild- ing program that was centered around his sophomore and junior hopefuls. Practicing daily after school, the Red and Black varsity participated in the Wheeling In- vitational, Bethany Relays, OVAC Champion- ships, Brooke County Relays, Greater City Meet, and the West Virginia Regional and State Meets. The frosh faced a lone hurdle in the form of the OVAC,s Freshman Meet. Page One hundred four t'imlerman lildfliv Ilcynolrls :intl John Arslnin pl'1'lm'1litaiv oncoming llN'l'iS with Hvzul Stru- tr-gist John A. Shinsky. fl i I ..I. GIRLS' A'l'HI1l4l'l'l'U ASSOFIATION-Fil'St row tllottoml: R. Rausclieliberg, S. Fisher, R. Gantzer, S. Harrington, K. Butler, P. Marple, S. I-lz.trnilton, B. Hawkins, R. Clark, J. NBllllEl.l'l., J. Wallace. S1-4-oml row: N. Remke, S. Lang, Ii. White, S. Boyer, R. Schuhariz, M. Weisenborn, S. Holmes, J. Vellenowetli, R. Jacobs, J. Hom- burg, J. Sekoral, E. Zeh, S. Rivlin, S. Pavilack. 'llhirfl row: C. Mount, D. Kettler, P, Milligan, S. Vail, J. Rebic, S. Trach, N. Holmes, L. Cor- nell, K. Rosenberg, J. Baker, D. Brown, S. Brov- erman, J. Smith, M. Bush, S. Fox, S. Seibert. Vivacity, Vim, and Vigor Depict Feminine Sportsters Corning to the "points," ltlllvn Zvh rm'1n'tls Ilinilul Whit0's lll0Hl' rm-vntly acquired GAA merits. Tridel's sport-minded females relished a highly active year in the Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation under the sponsorship of Miss Mar- garet H. Newton. For the benefit of lusty Little Red femmes who were interested in joining the gymnastic group, the GAA scheduled a hike early in the fall and later directed an intramural soccer tournament. Members of the organization be- gan basketball practice at the beginning of the second semester, and exchange games with Wheeling High's Athletic Association were booked. In the spring the organization held a tennis tournament on the Wheeling Park courts. Initiations were conducted each semester. Girls qualified for membership by amassing 200 points in active participation in a variety of sports. Symbolizing active members, chen- ille letters were awarded to those who had attained 500 GAA points. Page One hundred five Ignoring the cold, arctic blasts of winter, members of the Girls, Swimming Club plunged enthusiastically into the aquatic sport. Little Red mermaids availed themselves of every possible opportunity to dive and glide through cool, blue waters. With Miss Margaret H. Newton as sponsor, the club swam the second and fourth Wed- nesday of each month. The pool at the YWCA was utilized, and members who had successfully passed the Red Cross course in lifesaving alternated as lifeguards. ' Tryouts for Triad females who were in- terested in the water sport were held early in December. Those who qualified for mem- bership were required to demonstrate their proficiency in diving, crawling, back-, side, and breast stroking. Amphibiotic Maidens Frolic GIRLS' HXYIDIMING l'lil'li-First l'0H' flint- tnmb: J. COi'li1'3l1, S. Ewing, .I. Schmeichel, IJ Junkins, S. Harrington, B. I-Iadsell, J. Sampson E, Vlfalden, E. YVa1den, S. Pavilack, E. Giifen, R Schubart, J. Randolph. S01-ond row: N. Remke S. Lang, L. YVhite, S. Holmes, M. XVallace, J. Veli lenoweth, C. Cribbs, R. Klinglioffer, N. Morris, .xiii p ', I , .Q . L- ,napkin I .VA bf? g A 1- j ,ff we fi -,-QE... ,1 49, 1 .5 .. 7,-. I Lfcfffie' . --'il O -4 .1 V-.5-1 'T 1 il' it ' v viii ALX' ik' A Q 1 I X n l we ti qi lf'rc-slinmn Jam- Sampson nfl,im-its licarlgmu- of Vlasslllanlm-s K2Il'1'Il liitlggwny, Sum- Harrington, and Susan Jlf-t'orniix-k as the initiates prepare to exhibit tht-ir ze-ul for aqlm-pllrn i'0l-11-axtioil. in Aqua Pura Playground J. l'l0lUllill'iI, S. Mc-Uor111ic'k. K, VVillmun, E. Rider, J. Hailey, .I. 'i-Vullauu, IG. Zell, P. Cook. K. Riclgway, U. Stein. 'I'hir4l row: K. Butler. S. Gilmore, ll. Gunter, N. Hamilton, P. Miller, C. Cllainhors, S. 'I'1'z1.t-li, N. Ilolmus, li. Cornell, D, Brown, S. Seibert, S. Boyer, M. Barnett, M. Bush, J. Smith, R. Kranier. Page One hundred six J .-..-W... .... awk- - 4.. 1 i vs..-....-.........,...4g...,..-6..- .-.L .... .... -,- U,- . . . . . . ...J -....,..... if ,fx 4 X H150 GULF 'l'l+lAM -First 1-ow fllottomlz VVo1'ls, Johnny Wilson, Bob McLaughlin, Danny Dick Haclsell, Mickey Donoghue, Fritz Doepken, Stern, C. C. Kraus. Fred lleasley. Si-vom! row: Charles Hall, Randy Red and Black Linksmen Cop State Title Capturing a West Virginia State Team Championship, which had evaded Tridel's sports aggregations for I5 years, the Oak Park golf squad copped first honors in the state tourney, May 29, 1956, at Parkersburg. Boasting nine members, the links squad was sponsored by C. C. Kraus. Coach Arthur E. Jones, '56 diamond as- semblage blazed through the regular campaign with seven victories coupled with a pair of set- backs, only to see Follansbee's eventual state champions wrestle a 1-to-0 struggle from the Little Reds in the finals of the Region I tourney. Qak Park Diamond Nine Bags 7 of 10 Encounters W 1956 IM!!-lltlli.-llili 'IWGAM-l"il'sl' row fllollolnjz .l'. Phillips, li. Vkfells, lt. Ba.1'tlett, W. Hill, lvl. l'Iill'l1lil,ll, lt. Stewart, L, VValters. K. Nolte, I". XVolls, C. Spring, B. Blair. S1-cond row: Coach Arthur E. Jones, B. NVeiss, T. Harman, D. Porter, L. Hess, J. Robinson, T. Owens, D. Mul- larkey, B. Peyton, D. Dodge, T. Milliken. ' ' I Y . gl ., - gf . -5 A --ff.--N :-y,-.5 -:1 Al- ' -3 1 W ofa 5' rf- . . ,- 1 1 .: f , ' -. . ' " -. ,4N QQL2" " . Lu- A p .-' ' .-.Las "' , . . ' -,, -f'- ' , ,1Xf" .I in N Nw? Ax AW Page One lzzmdred seven ' 4 Y-L' 'f . 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Barnett Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bartlett Clifford Bell Ellsworth Black Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. . Arthur E. Blake Charles Bobes Morris Bobes Walter E. Bohlen Donald H. Boyd George Boyd Frank Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. . Charles F. Brand Edwin W. Braun Frank Brockardt Louis E. Broverman Henry C. Brown Felix J. Bruno Rev. and Mrs. Frederic F. Bush Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bushon Mr. and Mrs. James A. Byrum C Mrs. Frank P. Carnahan Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs D Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs E Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs F Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Page One lmnrlred B. D. Chambers George Chaney M. S. Chapman Irwin H. Clark J W. Russell Clarke Herbert Clutter .J. W. Cochran Frank D. Compagnone F. W. Cook Vernon E. Cornell . Clarence Custer Peter Darrah Jr. Robert L. Delaney . Alfred Dobbs Sr. Louis F. Doepken Arthur R. Dunnell . William B. Dwinnell Kenneth E. Eddy W. L. Edwards A. Eichelkraut .Ward C. Elliott Roy Emerson Garrett H. Evans C. E. Ewing Louis C. Fischer Gus W. Freyler Jr. 1617 Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. G and Mrs. Eugene Geimer and Mrs. Carl R. Gellner Sr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Robert H. Gibson Robert K. Giffen Bernard Gilbert Miss Judith Anne Gilbert '53 Rev. and Mrs. O. L. Gilmore Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Grablow Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Greeneltch Mr. and Mrs. John C. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Grimes Mr. and Mrs. Cecil V. Grubb Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Grubb Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gustkey H Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hadorn Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hamilton Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Hathaway Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Heasley Mr. and Mrs. Earle E. Hehr Mr. Charles G. Hendershot Mr. and Mrs. Orie Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Hess Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hile Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hinegardner Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hollerbach Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Hood Mr. Bernard Horkheimer Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Howell Mrs. Charlotta Hupp Mr. and Mrs. James Hurley I Mr. and Mrs. John Isaly .I Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Jacobsen Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Junkins K Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kaylor Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kayuha Jr. J. L. Kennedy and Mrs. Russell A. Kennen and Mrs. T. K. Keyser Joseph Klinghoffer and Mrs. Harry Kramer Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kraus Mrs. Roan D. Krieger L Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Lang Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lunau Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Lyons Mc Mr. and Mrs. Howard McNinch PATRGNS George Maness Henry S. Mayer Russell L. Mayne Stephen Mazur Robert B. Metzner Miller and Mrs. Howard C. Minor .Cleveland Mitchell John M ark Moore and Mrs. W. M. Morel M Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Virginia Mr. Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mrzlck Jackie I.. Mullarkey '48 Mrs. Katherine F. Mundie William B. Ncrn Bernard Nolte .James E. Nuzum .lohn G. Osborne and Mrs. Dave Pavilack N Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 0 Mr. and Mrs. ll Mr. Ferrer Pascoli Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Pennington and Mrs. A. W. Petroplus and Mrs. Jerry Pfeiffer and Mrs. Bruce Phillips Jerry C. Phill ips Mr. and Mrs Frasier Smith Mr. and Mrs. William Stahnke Mr. and Mrs Charles Stein Mr. and Mrs Allen H. Stocker Mr. and Mrs Samuel Stone Mr. and Mrs Charles H. Stricklin Mr. and Mrs Charles Stullenburg Mr. and Mrs E. H. Stummeyer Jr. Mr. and Mrs Wayne S. Styers Mr. and Mrs W. E. Sweitzer 'I' Mr. and Mrs Howard Tebay Mr. and Mrs C. W. Thonen Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Thonen Mr and Mrs. Randall Thompson Mrs. .l. Mark Trach Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Trott V Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Van Wie W Mrs. Martin I-I. Wagner Mrs. Beverly A. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Carroll R. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Weimer Mr. and Mrs Louis Weissman Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Wenzel James K. White '56 Mr. and Mrs. James O. White Mr. and Mrs. John C. Willson Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. VVitt Rev. and Mrs. William A. Woods Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Pittman Mr. and Mrs. John Pollack Lynn Porter '54 Mr. and Mrs. D. Art Porter Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Porter Mr. and Mrs. George Popovich Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Price R Mr. and Mrs. John Randolph Mr. and Mrs. Harold l-I. Rapp Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rebic Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Remke Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Rcntschler Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Ridgway Mr. and Mrs. 'Hollis Robinson Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Robinson Mrs. Mary M. Robinson Mrs. Rhea Rogerson Mrs. Inez L. Rollins Dr. and Mrs. Kermit A. Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Ross S Mr. and Mrs. .lohn O. Schencrlein Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schubart Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schubert Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Scott Mr. Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. George Seibert Jr. and Mrs. James E. Sekoral Rita Shafer Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shcikovitz Mr. and Mrs. George R. Worls Y Mr. and Mrs. James A. Youngman Z Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Zeh Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Zimmerman Homerooms Miss Katherine E. Barnard's Sophomores V. H. Bixler's Freshmen Miss Bernice R. Brennan's Seniors J. C. Bullard's Sophomores Mrs. Margaret Dobbs' Freshmen Miss Catherine M. Ebert's Juniors Miss Mary A. Erskine's Seniors Miss Carrie Kathryn Fleming's Seniors Mrs. Lois Grubb's Freshmen Miss India Killian's Juniors C. C. Kraus' Sophomores A. R. Milligan's Juniors Robert H. Porter,s Seniors Miss Mabel Scherich's Freshmen G. Ingram Stutler's Juniors Organizations Les Amis Unis National Honor Society Science Club Spanish Club Student Council Y-Teens Page One llllllfllfd elet en W. A. 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EBERT fBusine.s's1 ROBERT H. PORTER fLiteraryj "The 1957 Triad" Staff wishes to express its appreciation to the following for: Photography , J Senior Portraits and Formal Groups THE KossU'rH Srumo ,..., 4, ,.,...... ,. T1-IE GRUHER STUDIO , ,... A... Underclass Pictures and Informals Engravings MR. JAMES R. MCWILLIAMS . .. Jahn 81 Ollier Engraving Co., Chicago, Ill. Printing and Binding Tl-ll! NEWS I.,lTHOGRAl'l-l Co. Y. ., ..,...,,....4..,...,.,.,... ,......, W heeling, W. Va. Covers ....,....ClearHeld, Pa. KURTZ BRos. J.,.... .....,...,...., . Page One hundred nineteen I DEX Acknowledgments ...... N119 Junior Town Meeting .... A Activities ........ .. 62- 92 Juniors ......,. , Administration .... .. 12 Library Club .... . Advertisements .... H108-1 18 Majorettcs ...., , Art Club ...... .--'ffmjg -' '. Masquers ..,....,.........,.,.,.. .- 1 , '1' I Athletics ...., .,,-'J' it ational Honor Society ...... Band ...... ,. 90- 91 : ature Club i f .,..... .. --.- , ,' 3 ' ..l07 , fficersi f g ' "4 enior ' i Basketball ..,..r 3 H100-102 3 g ' , X ' Junior ...... , S ..... Cheerleaders ,,... l, H103 u I ," v ,' ' Sophom e .... . Choral Groups ..,,., i ,, 86- 'L ,' I Q U: , o 1 '-..f"' "" 9 I I Classes , .,..,..,... ,,......,.,............ X ...,,.... ,-" O- 6l E f Patrons IVAI H Classical Club ..,... . .... .,.... ,A ." ,,,,,r,r.,. 74 Crew Cooks .,,......,.... .......,,....r.r 9 3 ,,,: W .: 1 ,rf Custodians ..... ..........,............,............ 9 3 I L 'g,,..:' H . . 'r' 9 i ' 1 rl Dedication ...... ..............,.,,, ,, ,." 90 Science Club 1 1' n :IF Drum Majors ...... , ...... ', . - .....,........ 90- 91 If" Sen s AIAI ,AA.4 Ahl, .',I4,- I , 5, Ahvl I I 'Q fi lu I f 'J 'g If I 1 Faculty ,---- W- 10' ,' s ho ores . ..,....,.., H ,....,., af" I i all I I 'il Football ,... ., 96- In pani jf , ,' ,' g 1 t ,f Foreword -'-- -4 6 I Stud t 1' x i ,. 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