Triadelphia High School - Triadelphian Yearbook (Wheeling, WV)

 - Class of 1959

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From September to May changes were made not only on campus but on the face of the nation and in the skies above it. With the passing of statehood bills for Alaska and Hawaii, the U. S. fleet of 48 spread its sails and raised a new flag. During the passing months a growing armada of space crafts, friendly and otherwise. plundered the heavens for scientific treasures. On the international scale, Little Reds experienced a visit from Anastas Mikoyan. Russia's first deputy premierg military crises occurred in Lebanon, Quemoy, and Berling and Fidel Castro and his band of bearded buccaneers engineered a successful mutiny against Batista, Cuba's deposed dictator. Locally, many Triads felt the effects of construction work on Interstate Route 70 and a frigid winter of treacherous driving and an ice-flooded Ohio River. While the world watched, the United States made history: the atomic sub, Nautilus, conquered the Polar ice cap from beneathg commercial jet air travel was establishedg the Yanks did it againg and in a memorable sudden- Samplings ot "Snow Time '58," the annual "Triad"-Triadelphian Benefit Variety Show invade the second-floor hall. Joyce Morris puts her toot into it in a rib-tickling pantomime. "Blum Blum"': Lynne Koehler, Mary Ann Yates, Bonnie Binger. Jane Sampson, and Janet Criswell reminisce on the twenties with a suitably bedeclced Charleston to "l Wanta Be Loved by You." -A --me " i-wax aa- 1 e-1 ,. ' e e I tr., X, V' 1 I Ag., 7-r . I 0 I I V V J L "I mean Man like I don"l' dig spiders," says Lyle Anne Ernsl' +0 A L l".V in Sl1aron'Jol1nson. 4.-,V1 H 1 , 1L .., , , '1 51 1 A A.-1..',111,sg. 1 V ,.A1. 11 1, 1 .ly .,N 1 . . ,.,. 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L:-'iffy Virginia Benyo persuacles Roberl Wendel and Connie Conaway to .V .-P if gif' , N iii invesf in "The 'Dairy' Best." - ""'-r YT' -L If E' - - 23? r iirbftiii Lv " -ffip ' 1 A P' 15 , ,, , ,z '11 ess? 4' 'E ,, V, , -,gi--1 4 1 ,galil ,. - 3 ' -5-,Eg 61,373 . " 4 T' 5 L Q fi , 'iglgga fgigf-EXf' 1' 1- ,ifig 5 353' f f -1 'B f ' 1 - -. L, Q25 ffl if 5" f ' J fi'gi7i1l" fffwf Q33 I 'Q' 5 iii". 5 iilifiiti Z - UW Cf I E -QQ? ' YET 'imlf .if l if T27 L51 ' fr as it N 2 v , wx.. :I .,. A -5M ' 1 - 'QQ' I J: , 'fi E, It V: T- ki! 'E . -' ' 251213 Y f 'fifif 1 . g" ,'fl'jPf' --V Qi:-Qgixzl ' , ,,,'f1i'S" -' 1 ,di-? l,.. .2 ,... 3 .... 4 ..., 5. . . ,6 .... 7 .... "The suse that 'de resces' ' . ,.r.-I ,,- - , J... ,, , F? , P 2 " "Eg, ' gltfii-'rr K, reflect? Joe Hummel, Janne Barrett. and Marcia Franklin. 71, -3,3 " ,z?jff1g,' , -7:59176 giffji ffl, f ,417 L,L,1-- 953, ' . f' ENT? , f -..Ll -ff r, V qi? 12 191' f ,.T,f.fx?4'5 w e - ., se.-fx P' Iqff.. 9, 1' f ,swf 2-Q-Zmfx, A if: , A ffm' 'fax M g, K ' ' 543 1 , Qlihl " 3' , 5 . . '. -Q3 death overtime the Baltimore Colts '. ' wifi' , . . i l , copped the worlds professional football M ' championship. ,.f-fffesil A , 'A ww. -, .7 'gk .X September led to May. and an Cl1IlI'C . 1-' ' x I , , T335-LTI 1 nation ot hula-hoopers harmonized to J," TPS, 'P'-1. ,,W.. 1- , .--.R .gg "Tom Dooley" and "The Chipmunk Song." For some Little Red privateers. 1958-1959 was the initial voyageg for others, the graduating crew of '59, it was the final sailing on the good ship Triad'l hia. L .-MS LP . ,-K7 Vt- ! -t dvi. 4.--W., V ., -W' "'5-- 'W Jvv- vs. NQ1 Qi' J' 415' "' J V A v , g li, , 4 3 aff i. -, - . wr.:- A ' xf'-- . ' Q H.:-d,-5-1 --. .-' 1.5. ' -SL. " :'1LL'T '- f.. 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Wheeling!" Af+er a valianr effori, however, fhe Red and Blaclr 'ream succumbed fo a 26-IB deficit Liffle Red Cager, Richard Hess i3Il, snags a rebound during Tridel's vicforious enc-ounfer wifh Warwood, Dec. I6, on fha Bridge Sireef boards. Oak Parkers John Osborne l36l, James Brown l37l, and Vilnings George Gallupe i23l and Frank Scenna fI5l view fhe acfion. 'Him R Sarah Trach and Tom Birch plan fheir exchange speeches fo be delivered before +he Warwoocl High School slu- deni body. 9,191 fi MQ .M , ii is , 55355510 ai il tilliff' "" I .3 H V irrllii ef was if My it , .i A. Noted for his ready sense of humor, his sparkling eyes, and his infallible memory for names. J. W. Cochran has held the position of Tridel's dean of boys for the last 12 years of his 25-year tenure as a DEAN OF BOYS J. W. COG?-IRAN member of the Oak Park faculty. Serving as counselor, mediator, and instructor, Mr. Cochran has ably administered his duties from within the portals of his quarters in 200, a room familiar to every Triad boy who has sought that mandatory yellow slip at 8:50. ln addition to the responsibilities of co-sponsoring the National Honor Society and the Junior Town Meeting. Tridel's dean took on the self-sought task of aiding in the launching of the newly organized Forum, which he also co-sponsors. During his career at Triadelphia, Mr. Cochran has taught American history. problems of democracy, and commercial arithmetic. As a counselor to thc male sector of Triadelphia's student body, this capable administrator has meted out invaluable advice concerning high-school courses. college potentialities, and the inevitable tour of duty. To this firm but understanding personality. as a token of gratitude and respect, the staff of "The i959 Triudw d0diC21ICS VOIUIHC XLV, hoping that it may serve as a fitting tribute to a devoted man who has given far more than time and talent in a sincere effort to prepare every Little Red for a gratifying career. suitable to himself. his country. and his fellow man. Performing one of his many daily duties, Dean J. EET! W. Cochran presents Sophomores David Francis and Jay Nesbitt with admil' slips. - 5 y A J 3, n g ,Vx Fi, Ei rn l I I 0 QXQO P 0 ' ng' ""' 1'- .f C x., 0 : V I 1 I I 4 ,Q 1 ' I U 4 1 'I' of 1 ,Q " 1' ' I' ll' .lf Ego"--0 'ui 4.9 O. O g ,'ss.ss '- 4 Q- , ,- . -'H fy 4f,.-o O... ..'. 5 P 0 ' 'I : 4 l , . . 1 I D 'Q 5 -. .0 ': ,Q . O b O I 1 , ' ' : l 1 . 3. .0 I .I P. ..o ' Us .' 1 n l ' al , ' Q 'lp 'O,. g Q 0 I .sr 151,-1'I , N- 2 . .xy asses Q 21 U I I 1, 1 - ' 1 - 1 .' 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D. Wilfong, assistant superin 'lendeni in charge of elementary schools. Seated: President John H. Clark, Clyde W. Campbell, Wm. F. Garden, Robert C Hazleli, Mrs. Richard T. McCoy. Board of Education Determines Policies of Public Schools Realizing that today's educated youth will be tomorrow's enlightened citizen. the Ohio County Board of Education endeavors to maintain scholastic standards that are in keeping with outstanding communities throughout this nation. Comprised of the five-member school board and the county's three superintendents. this non-partisan unit holds itself responsible for the repair of the area's public schools. for free transportation of students living farther than two miles from their educational buildings, and for the supply of textbooks utilized in class instruction. Under the presidency of John H. Clark, the group determines the policies of the public schools of Ohio County from 2130 Chapline Street, Wheeling, the third Thurs- day of each month. J. P. Mcl-lenry, superintendent of the system, serves as secretary to the board. SUPERINTENDENTS-Leff fo right: Levering C. Bonar, H. D. Wilfong, and J. P. McHenry. I4 BOARD OF EDUCATION-Sfanding, left to righf: J. lra Steele, maintenance supervisor: J. P. McHenry, superintendent: - Y fs.,-:Lx , '- ff wird?-sr-' ' ,- r 2 'ii ,.Jf,X WD 'gl 'x-'Mix -+-,ff ,V nk J - wnxwb 5.1 Y, Aj fxbii' ,FV 1 . J Mjiilr Pas 'yjf ff' "BX -if U QQ, EW?-I 1 11,23 . 14 xr, 1 Vex -, .Try xx f M:,ff4'- 1V.1,1.! J J, L-, -r ..-A-fr fx VAMNLQ: fr ,,'-.5331 VX' 'X . , fy -X Xq, 5+ w 1 f., yzfyyljfcvlr, I, I' 1 ffm N 5 J 'rv he . fv,1. A A:-2:6-NX SWR Y Fd 1 ---sf' f-- , Y, x M, ie .1 A H941-, Yu' 2' 'jam-h ,tg ox IV' L-Hx. ,.,'f ,, V 1' A -' M' -95: 'LLM W, xl Vex x. s W. J. FARMER A.B., M.Ed. Principal Capfcin ALMA S. FARLEY Secrefary Ship's Arficles .Q XX YJ . 'VYSK N cr.. HX V N 55 J , M Q J. W. COCH RAN A.B., M.Ed. Dean of Boys Nafional Honor Sociefy Junior Town Meefing The Forum Officer of fhe Day E 1,0-JJXSX I5 :rs X R' ,J Kkjrr 51 11,3 K ' Xp C, PHYLLIS A. BEN EKE A.B.. M.Ed. Dean of Girls Cheerleaders Fufure Medical Careers Firsf M afe Sfriving fo become proficienf in fhe rapid form of iniricafe symbols, Sandra Phillips and Elaine Wes? fake dicfalion from Miss Kalherine E. Barnard. Q A if , 'Y' "' v 'I' Y v Q' X XXLC-' xxx, ' AQ. sixxl' :Lg X . Q, THOMAS L. ACKERMAN A.B. Boys' Physical Educafion Head Baskeiball, Baseball Coach Assisianr Fooiball Coach New Hand V. H. BIXLER A.B., A.M. World Hisiory, Social Science Ship's Hisforian BERNICE R. BRENNAN A.B., A.M. English IV. Theme Wriiing Elizabefhan Privafeer I I I6 KATHERINE E. BARNARD A.B. Shorfhand l, II, Typing I Fufure Business Leaders of America "Short" Hard "EU . f' ,f ,X V 'I , Q'-'.-'-fg-ws. ,nf lL .- " VIRGINIA L. BRAND B.S., A.M. Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus I Girls, Chorus II Triaclelies High "C's" J. C. BULLARD A.B.. M.Ed. Biology Nafure Club Sea Life Roceiving English ll workbooks from Miss Adda L. Dunlap, Allan Boyd and Bob S+rauch prepare for a lesson in grammar. f-:Tx ' K'-N f-X ,, ,A H VN' "f Y-lr gif! l xr ,512-Tsbxx V ' HE . ix -Li ECLA' L, . 'Qs-f-fr V , f .fx . V ,X 1. " 1 ,,, W "ay-,N H Y fs 'I' .5 , VXQQXX mic? FS' i-'A-JE? E if WN- S is aS1ifisi?:r ,slf'fi4k2f'a:f HUGH H. BUTCHER B.S.. A.M. Mechanical Drawing Recruif MARGARET DOBBS Ph.B. English l Fufure Teachers of America Midcly ADDA L. DUNLAP B.S., A.M. Enqlish Ill Nalional Honor Sociefy Y-Teens Seo Rover I7 STEFANO R. CEO Diploma and Masfer of Music lnsfrumenfal Music Solo and Ensemble Club Horafio Hornblower FRANK DUMAS B.S.. A.M. American Hisiory Head Foofball Coach Assislanf Baslreiball and Traclr Coach TAC Club Pilof C Q . qi, lfl Q lfxjiqfx Q l N AQAQQ, Lxo-t,klK'VvX I Q . J MARY A. ERSKINE A.B., M.Li++. English lV, Speech Masquers, Thespians "Voice of Democracy," Junior Town Meeiing The Forum Leffer of Marque MARY ALICE GROPPE A.B. Business Arifhmeiic, Typing I Furure Business Leaders of America Trade Winds LOIS HOFFER A.B. General Marhemarics, Physics Sound Waves INDIA KILLIAN A,B. English II, III, ,J 2 Limeyby V5 .f-'iii FTE! 'If . XX ,- ij, ,I ,I .Lf L, O 1 Im A, 62341 , fr' fx, lx Q if N A ,f.-ew : 'JI , Q . I4 n E ,Q i' F zfYg".QK. , David Mc6rail and Linda Jean Sfroihman pur- I chase fickers from Arihur E. Jones, faculiy man- ager of afhlefics. Leslie McNinch Ibaclrgroundi careFuIIy sfudies his POD. I8 LOIS GRUBB B.S. I Plane Geomefry Carfographer ARTHUR E. JONES A.B., M.Sc:. Problems of Democracy FacuI'Iy Manager of Afhlefics Davy Jones C. C. KRAUS A.B.. A.M. American Hisfory Tennis, Golf Buccaneer AUDREY LAZEAR A.B., A.M. Lalin ll. Virgin, English I Classical Club Trireme ELIZABETH ANNE MEEK A.B. Enqlish ll Sfudenl Council Capsfan MARGARET MOORE A.B.. A.M. Spanish I, ll, English ll Spanish Club Spanish Maine -A as , .v A ,, y. ,, J .xx sf ,, in, .bl -,..gW.N,,x,x '58, f - C ' Q X - X- cf N OPALINE T. MARTIN A.B. Typing l, ll, Personal Typing "Key" Hand 16152519 A. R. MILLIGAN A.B. Chemislry Proieclion Crew Science Club Na CI + H20 ELINOR NALLY A.B., M.LiH. French I, ll, Lafin French Club Lafiffe ' f, fl 1 , , ff, C V-Eff ' - x w' , A,Z'--" 'N x ik.-.YA .fx 5 F ,X f-X ,, s f 'cc-'n K fx I XMB 4 D XF 'r' .N,, Xqx- x k "Beware 'Il-me icles of March," warns Miss Elizabefh Anne Meek as Sherry Armbrechl and Sam Lanh, English ll sfuclenfs, observe scenes from Shakes- A-Xxxg Uiilizing 'lhe unique showcase builf by Tridel's salesmanship classes are Mrs. Caiherine Eber? Shields, Dorofhy Banlcey, and James Gibson. ,KE .f , -.f .1-fp, Aff? .fs as EQ Y Y Y Q Q sifa GERALDINE J. NEWMAN B.S., A.M. Home Economics l. ll Home Economics Club Ship's Cook ANTHONY PECK A.B., M.Ed. Ari' Ari Club, Hi-Y Club "Pequod" FLOYD T. SCHERICH A.B., M.Ed. lndusfrial Arfs Ship's Corpenfer MARGARET H. NEWTON B.S. Girls' Physical Eclucalion Girls' A+l1lelic Associaiion Girls' Swimming Club Girls' lnframural Sporfs Aquafics ROBERT H. PORTER A.B., M.Ed. English I, Journalism The Triadelpllian "Tl-me Triad" Ouill Zn Scroll Flush Leff MABEL SCHERICH A.B. Alqebra I Riclinq Club Navigafor GLENN R. SCHREIBER A.B. Social Scienceq ff, T Assisfanf Foofball 4 I 1 T L V X Sfuifecnt jjiiqigilb , ,fiflg din 7? , jf N A lx! lj -lil!-' JOHN A. SHINSKY A.B. Geography, Social Science Freshman Fooiball and Baskeiball Coach , Head Traci: Coach 'I "Long .lbhn lSilver'VfVlv. , E' ,Y-, In, vi' I Ll' ,NN-"3 ' ' ' 1 T W , l I ll' i f ff i f,, T Ilff 1 f ' G. INGRAM STUTLER A.B. Biology. General Science Marine SARAH F, WHITE A.B., B.S. Librarian Library Club Log Keeper CATHERINE EBERT SHIELDS B.S., M. Ed. Bookkeeping I, II, Business Law Salesmanship, Office Praciice Junior Red Cross Fuiure Business Leaders of America Quarfermasfer DORA H. STEELE B.S. Sewing l, II Home Economics Club Sail Maker JOHN TOMINACK A.B., B.S. 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'x ,rx , .. - .'I,x!p',- f"3'r' Landing Party 75" ,Y-ga ' 1:5-E 37??i3' , f Tffmxxxi QPJ V l l J Terminating four years before the mast, crew members of Tri- ash ,ki del's Landing Party set their sails and heave to for new, uncharted 1 1xtEv?hil"-'lil waters. Navigating a straight course will be difficult, and success !jfflJ'qW ! f wil, ji' is not an easy plunder. sql ' -as fsxx Y Y' , A high sea is running, and for each buccaneer of '59 there lies ahead a hidden island with troves of buried treasure waiting to be JN-,, found-for them. new and greater sails billow on the horizon. -ig? Siffgfajfll g faffif XXXL PZ at he ff . "fx, e. :.: P :-: C ff it NQ9 .,.,.,.,. :.,.:..E... 1 K ? 2 2 E , 1 ms a is a aa all ass a B 'a a a a Q a gem H ei. it ,ir me a B H55 em: 1 3223 . .,. gs: aaa: - : ,. E ,. .aa :A ..-. , . ,:,,,:,, .- I .l L .15,5,l-5 ...al -f a a ,:,,:, ,:, 9 ' ZH-fm nl la 2:2 I ii' .. i'l?:i: 22ee:f 'ii f ' ' ,5 ,.,..y,3 ,,Q Carl Robert Gellner Bob f , . J W ,ini 3, al: el r i la wg A E f fl we ef A ge-HSS .- jam N. College Preparatory fl. I . X 1 ' v Jr. Red Cross Council 33 Football 1, 3, Co-Captain 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, in . ,WA Classical 2, 3, 45 TAC President 4: N 5. Hi-Y 3, 4: Senior President. James Francis Compagnone I in A u Jim 1 -, College Preparatory .,,.,. , Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, sg - - Baseball 2, 45 Track 1, 3 45 Jr. Red Cross 22:2 :': 7 5 S O Council 19 Freshman Promotion Speakerg AJ-'L' Stifel Prize 1, 25 Chorus 17 Hi-Y 2, 3, Secre- ' H ' tary 49 Science 3: Sophomore Presiclentg Junior Vice-Presidentg Senior Vice-Presl- lzuz 3 X dentg NHS 3, Treasurer 4: TAC 3, 4: Vlzu :-: u " ' ,"Maa,k "Triad"-Triadelphian 2, Assistant Sports b f-. 4' f Editor 3, Sports Editor 4: Quill dl. Scroll 3, ' 2' ,,. Lg- pr, ,V ,Q'.'T'g 4: Boys' State 3. Qtf gwfgg l ' -Nl.'a,.' -mfs'-, ffllfrllj E", 3 'gait T Carl E. Spring Carl College Preparatory Football 15 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 29 Senior Secretary-Treasurer. All those included in the senior section of "The 1959 Triad" were of senior standing in September, 1958: however, only those who have attained 16 credits at the com- olctlon of their senior year will receive diplomas. 24 - - , -- we . ' 1-up l. , ,.,. ,.,, . ,ref yea Zgfaeo -'lg - My rnmrl l,lf- 'f .1 2.2 .::':,: s . ,.a?3'?i5f7Ei 5" fri new wan ' , - we a e 94 lf I s , ' , , W Y . .5 e '--C' I . -1-.,.f.a .- Q, . 1 -- V .... . 3, , ---" A af A ""' , ' 5 . ,L -,123 :V .L , ' .fLf5L.::z:: 1 ' ' if 1 . If 3 I! 1 is L 'l":Qg5l"""-if 1 maze: ' , 3 gif- -' W k , M . .L ,ne 1' .ESQ "yew ., - .. A f B. Albaugh C. Allison L. Archer Jolly Rogers Bob Albaugh Bob Commercial Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 43 TAC Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4. Carl Allison Al lndusfrial Arts Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Basketball 2: Chorus 1, 2, 31 TAC 3, 4. Linda Lee Archer Linda Commercial Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Entered as a sophomore from Ken- more Senior High School, Kenmore, New York. Grace Ann Baker Gracie Commercial GAA 1: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3. Dorothy Irene Bankey Dottie Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: FBLofA Presi- dent 4: Triadettes 4. D. Banliey ARRAY OF THE FINAL DONNING D. Bartlett W. Baron, L. Baxter, D. Bartlett , G. Baker ,liQ I iv -,J :QC f ' , 1 fi f ,lf JV V la, f IP k , If William A. Baron Bill ,NYJ N-1 , , College PlEPGfUf0fY - Baseball 3. 1 V , L I Ii M, fv Jane Ruth Barrett Janie ' 1 ' C-ollege Preparatory Student Council 1, Secretary 4, Fre 3, 45 FTA 3, 43 Classical 2, 3, 45 Y ,,,f,,.f ,Val J "Triad"-Triadelphian 2: Bowling 2. David Bartlett Dave College Preparatory B3Sk6tball 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4. Joyce Virginia Barton Jo , General v-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec 1, 2? 1 Linda Suzanne Baxter A N Suzie Commercial Jr. Red Cross Council 12 Chorus 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. W. Baron J. Barton 'Qs -E I I nch 3,'45 Science -Teens 1, 2, 3, 41 .I 4, 1 l 35 "Library 3, 42 J. Barrett. L. Banter ,.q.?,w Ax V... A Ancient A wi . ,,, si E, im 'F 5 v X 3 if 4 A J Beda J. Behrens V. Benyo T. Birch John Beda Charles Brand John Chick College Preporafory Classical 2, 3, Triadelphian 3, Associate Editor 4. James Behrens College Freparalory Masquers 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, District Treasurer 4. Robert Allen Bralton Bob Jim College Preparafory lndusfflcl AHS f V Hi-Y 3, Sergeant at Arms 43 Projection Crew 3, 4, . . . f . - 5" Entered as a junior from Linsly Military Institute, Vlrqmlu Lou Benyo ' ' f 1' rg 1 , , Q: wheeling, west virginia. chorus 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. ,, ,Q SUS'-'f Ai., A fc. ,Aff I I I I f"-'ff r 4,jCollege Preparatory Thomas JoseIPh Eilich 'ef 4 M ' 5 A Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: FMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Classical 2, 3, 4: QAA -I-om Y 2, 3, 4, Jr.. Red Cross Council 2g Chorus 1, 2: "Triad"- College Prepamfoly L ff, Trladelphlan 33 Science 3. Football 1, 2: Track 19 Freshman President: Sop'ho- more Vice-President, Junior President: Hi-Y 2, Vice- President 3, President 4, Spanish 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3: "Know-Your-State-Government Day" 3: Warwood Exchange Speaker 4. Sandra Lee Braden Sandy Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 25 Bowling 2, FBLofA 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. C. Brand K. Burrouqhs S. Brad-en S, Broverman Kenneth W. Burroughs Kenn College Freporafory Football 1, 2, 3, 41 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: TAC 3, 4, Entered as a freshman from Ft. Myers High School, Fort Myers, Florida. Carol Elizabeth Bushon Bushie Commercial Y-TEENS 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, FBLofA 4. WEAK TWIRP R. Bretton C. Brand, S. Braden, R. Brallon LJ. Bushon V ,kg I If 1, J J. f . 1 .fs l... . 3-fissile Y. K. Butler M. Byrum T. Byrum D. Carr C. Chambers F. Chiplrar B. Clutter R. Combs J. Corlcran L, Cornell Karen Phyllis Butler Richard R. Combs M ' Butler Dl'-Tk College Preparafoly C0lT1I116fClUl Chorus 1' Freshman Promotion Speaker' Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, classical 2', 3, 4, GAA Jfmgncofkfan 2, 3, 4: Nature 2, 3, Secretary 4, French 3, 4: Science 4, Student Council 3. Martha Lee Byrum Martha College Preparatory NHS 3, 47 Y-Teens 1, 2, Cabinet 3, President 45 Spanish 3, 41 Science 4: Classical 2, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 3: FMC 2: Nature 2, 3, 4: Masquers 4: GAA 4, Girls' State 3. Thomas G. Byrum Tom College Preporafory Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Spanish 3, 4. Dianne Alice Carr Dia Commercial Band 1, 2, 4: Chorus 15 Home Ec 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross Council 4. Carol Sue Chambers Carol College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1: FMC 1, 2: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Jr. Fled Cross Council 2, 3, Vice-President 41 Bowling 1, 2. 3, 4: Science 4. Frederick John Chipkar Fred Commercial Barry F. Clutter Barry College Preparalory Track 2: Baseball 3, 4: Basketball 4: Projection Crew 4. Carol Sue Chambers and Karen Butler receive particulars from Miss Phyllis A. Beneke concern- ing lhe upper-class byword, College Board Exami- nations. 27 College Prepcrrafory Art 13 Chorus 19 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 49 Nature 2, 3, 43 FMC 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2, 3: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 "Triad"-Triadelphian 35 GAA 3, Recording Secretary 47 Home Ec 4. Lynda Alice Cornell Corny College Prepalafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, 2, Delegate to National Convention, Roswell, New Mexico 35 Bowl- ing 25 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Swimming 2, 3, 43 Riding 2, 3, Vice-President 45 Masquers 2, 3, 43 Classical 2, 3, 4, Spanish 3, Vice-President 4: Thespians Secretary- Treasurer 3, President 43 Art 2, 3, President 4: Science 43 Art Editor "Triad"-Triadelphian 3, 49 "Triad" Editor 4: Quill 61 Scroll 3, 4, Stifel Prize 1, 3. A r l m l M agji.1a as Agwisfae. Xjwgaj . V. -- . .. 5 E., . X K .. si f v for :gf dlfliykf Q, , . .1 .Q 64 Cr ' YI' J " .." ln' l In 7 at , 1 H AU -,eu 1. ,, if ' -a 1 fr f ...Zf'3'z:' f . uma.. .' 1'f""a2l4r:1,.. r , A i ,Y ' 'C ix' X f ...S-.-1.3, , !3.,g1.L . Q jg.gi :.' Qf' , . A s ' -'iff , -F --:EMF A ' it 'A' J E 1, ' A, ' . .J 'Shes 5 L: , ,.-nf 1.- .fa 1 -'iff' ' - 3 W3 .' I-1'-ii., L al, NL , ,.,., . Q 45I1.f4a?tlgfeefQ1 ff ' ll-24lmafmf1.:+1t 'X F- ff .X f If V I 1 W .ff . R. Crago S. Criswell , D f' C. Custer H. Dannenberq N. Darrah Davis D. Delaney C ANC' M. Demerslci L. Dixon F. Doeplcen 1- 0 Q FMU M70 A v f .f V ancy Jo Darrah Ronald Crago 1 0' - I 2 Jo Jo Ron I, f ' ' 1 College Preparalory ly ff C0m"'e'C'Ul Swimming 2, 3, 4: 'F otb 37 Bas all 1: Mas- quers 17 Band 1, 27LE ed as a phomore from Ritchie Junior High ol, Whee 'ng, West Virginia. Sandra Sue Criswell P ' S.. assmg College Freparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Ec 13 Chorus 1, 2, 3: Mas- quers 1' Entered as a freshman from Ritchie Junior ' ' ' High School, Wheeling, West Virginia. Puglia' Ann Dans Carol Custer Commercial Carol Commercial Chorus 19 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 49 FBLofA 4. Hugh Charles Dannenberg Hugh College Preparafory Student Council 3, Marshal 43 Science 3, President 4: Hi-Y 3, 49 Boys' State 3. Chorus 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Freshman Secretary- Treasurerg Jr. Red Cross Council 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. Deborah Diane Delaney Debbie College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, Cabinet 3, Secretary 43 Classical 2, 4, Secretary 3, Nature 2, 3, President 47 French 3, 4: FMC 2: NHS 3, 4. Mary Catherine Demerski Mary Commercial Lawrence Robert Dixon Larry College Preparafory Chorus 1. Frederick S. Doepken Fritz College Preparatory Football Manager 1, 2, 3: Golf 1, 2, 3. 4: Projection Crew 4. "ls it 'seperate' or separate'?" asks Miss Bernice R. Brennan of Carol Custer, Larry Dixon, and Hugh Dannenberg. 28 .4 'S M. Donoghue T. Dornon R, Downs B. Doyle Michael Porter Donoghue Miter College Preparafory Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 4. Thomas S. Dornon TOM Commercial Rosanelle Downs Rosee General Y-Teens 47 Entered as a junior from Norview High School, Norfolk, Virginia. Barbara Doyle Bobbie Jo Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2: Withdrew Jan. 22, 1959. Mary Elizabeth Drawneck Mary Beth College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Library 3, Secretary 4: Nature 3, Dorofha Esfella Edgemond Dorothy Commercial Karen Elliott Karen General Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 49 Home Ec 15 Bowling 2, 3. Maria S. Faller Maria College Freparafory Jr. Red Cross Council 15 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Nature 2, 3, 43 Masquers 2, 3, President 4, Thespians 4, President 37 Spanish 2, 3, 45 French 3, 45 FTA 25 Science 45 "Triad"-Triadelphian 3. Dale Singer Fefherling Dale College Preparafory Hi-Y 3, 45 Student Council 4: Spanish 3, 4, Science 4. X-Q-4,4 N706 4, Bowling 2, 3, Home Ec 1. SUNHHS EVGIYH Fishel' '1-.,vP'4e..b 44? Sef 'iq' Q.: 47" . College Preparafory PQQQS4 t Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, , cal , ,9 "'-H-,Qi FMC 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 33 B -2. H-t.,L nf- L I M. Drawneclr D. Edgemond A GIFT TO BRIDGE THE YEARS -Qi ' K. El J M. Faller D. Felherlinq M. Drawneck, M. Donoghue, M. Faller S. Fisher X l H . ,...l.TQ, is in-, lrk- I 'U 'iiii-552521555 E -:::r :-:-...,. Ya mms Q a ll.-G 1 ,V . -,Cx .Jil 'VY ' A 1..- . ', '.:"' J ' lk Ui' .fx-1 I 1. 1 1 I 1 " 'F 7 , fin! 1 ll . A ll , J . ,O Senior 'wt S. Francis L. Fresch R. Ganizer H. Gardner Sandra Kaye Francis James Knox Gibson Maggi Jim College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 FTA 45 Library Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 45 Bowling 35 Nature 4. Linda Jean Fresch Linda Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 FTA 2, 3, 45 Library 3, Secretary 45 Jr. Red Cross Council 35 FBLofA 45 Bowling 2. Ruth Marie Ganfzer Ruth Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Masquers 45 FBLofA 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Majorette 2, 3. Holly Jane Gardner Gardner College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Riding 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 45 Swimming 2, 3, Vice-President 45 FMC 3, Vice-President 45 Masquers 3, 45 Student Council 45 GAA 45 Classical 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Bowling 2, 3. Ellen Gellner El Commercial Y-TCCYIS 2, 3, 4, FBl.0fA 4. E. Gellner "HOOPlNG" IT UP S, Gilmore is-ynwmi Ml- 2 is E .si .. s is and Tv-P' 1 S. Francis, R. Ganlzer, E. Gellner, R. College Preparalory Classical 2, 3, 45 Science 3, Treasurer 45 Student Council 2, 3, President 45 Hi-Y 45 Track 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. .fl . 4 Brenda Joyce Gideon , li -' if ,',, Bren . Q Marv' fly". Commercial 'V QNU A !!f'.AxII,k',4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, FBLofA 4, 5ang'li,,9l: fi-" lf., , viii , , Sylvia Mae Gilmore ' cyl' V L 3 ,573 Sylvia N-yet viii P Ljrkln, 'iffy If College Preparafory Lx ' " ff, X fha 7611, Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Classical i,2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, ,- iv 3, 45 French 3, 45 Swimming 2, 3, President 45 Stu- ,F dent Council 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 45 "Triad"-Triadeh phian 35 Freshman Promotion Speaker. Clesfa Goff fl le Cles 5'-Jie General V Ruth Beryl Goldberg Ruthie College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 FMC 3, 4. B. Gideon R. Goldberg J. Gibson C. Goff i I . J, 3 . ff M . M' L liy " swf V l' Q' ' - -1 H. Gonter M. Grandstatt P. Gribben B. Griffiths D. 'H rubb B. Hadsell J. Hall W. Hefner L. Hehr N . Hercule S .l Joanne Carole Hall al. OTS Jody Q wp . Commercial fy Withdrew Jan. 5, 1959. Harriett Lenora Gonter "'a""ef'f William Howard Hefner College Preparatory Jett Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Nature 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Riding 2, Vice-President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 29 FMC 3, 4. Michael Grandstaff Eck College Preparatory Chorus 1, 2. Patricia Suzanne Gribben Patti College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4: FMC 1, Spanish 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 47 Science 43 Home Ec President 45 Bowling 2, 3, 4. Barry Griffiths Barry College Preparatory Football 1, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Golf 2, 3: Track 3. Dollie Lee Grubb Dollie General Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: FBLofA 49 Chorus 1, 2, 43 Home Ec 3. Bette Louise Hadsell Bette College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: FMC 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 13 Swim- ming 1, 2, 3. Secretary-Treasurer 4: French 3, 4g Jr. Red Cross Council 1. Harriett Gonter adds the names ot Patricia Gribben and Dollie Lee Grubb to the list ot students and tac- ulty sending a good'lucl: telegram to Triad gridders. 3l College Preparatory Band 1, Hl-Y 3. Lois Jean Hehr Jeanie College Preparatory Band 13 Majorette 2, 3, 43 Chorus 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 FMC 1, 2, 3, 4. Judith Lynne Hercules Judy College Preparatory Classical 2, 3, 45 Science 45 Bowling 2. " PU? is W ante Mk w' l l i A . l l S. Hess L. Hollerbach, L. Hood J. Jacobs J. Jacobs E. Jacobsen P. Jaquay ' ' M. Jewell' L. Johnson W. Johnson Sandra Jean Hess 1 M Sandee ' Commercial ' Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross Council 2: Home Ec 1, 49 Chorus 2, 3, 4: FBLofA Reporter 45 Entered as a sophomore from Union High School, Benwood, West Virginia. Linda Hollerbdch Linda College Preparafory Ci10l'LlS 'ij FMC 1, 2, Y-TCBYIS1, 2, 3, 41 FTA 42 Li- brary 3, Vice-President 4, French 3, 4: Bowling 1, 2. Lyda Vici Hood Vici College Preparafory Chorus 15 FMC 1, 2, Secretary 39 Nature 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Masquers 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Quill G, Scroll 3, 43 Student Council 49 French 3 Treasurer 45 "Triad"-Triadelphian 3, 4. Jean Jacobs Jeannie Commercial Riding 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. Jerry Jacobs Jake Commercial Edward L. Jacobsen Eddie General Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Paula Jayne Jaquay Paula College Preparafory Y-Teens1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, FMC 1, 2, 4. Marnie Kay Jewefl' Marnie Kay College Freparafory FMC 1, 2, 3, 49 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2. Lillian Johnson Lil College Preparafory Y-Teens 4: Science 4, FMC 45 Entered as a senior from Morgantown High School, Morgantown, West Virginia. William Arthur Johnson Bill General Linda Hollerbach and Edward Jacobsen maize a wise invesimenl by purchasing their "Triad" from Vici Hood, solicitor. 32 ii 1 m X .. i is- 'ig,'2E,i , 1 1 . wt N., I , E . Ei T, D. Johnston D, Jones G. Jones D, Keim Marlene Kay King Mar Commercial Mariners David George Lewis Johnston Y-Teens 1, 43 FBLofA 49 Entered as a sophomore from West Liberty High School, West Liberty, West Virginia. Barbara Kay Klein Dave Babs General General Dorothy Jones Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 49 FMC 3, 47 Bowling 3: Home Ec 4. Dorothy Marlann Darlene Knollinger Commercial Marge Y-Teens 1. Commercial . Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Ee 1g Withdrew Dec. 1, Gilberl' Jones 1958. 65210, Patricia Lou Kozusnik Patty Douglas E. Keim College Preparatory ' ' Doug Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 4, Home Ec 3, FBLofA 4. General f B! 4 Football 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 49 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: TAC 6.Sarqi Jean La .i sg Swimming 1, 2. jj-f 1 ara H- , f H Wi J6SZegV"f'repgl:ifo,ry fi. Dave Kefns L if Jrqjhed Qros pau ' 2, Treasurer 3, President 4: .iocko .75 f Dgrdingli, 4, -swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Nature 1, 2, lndusfrial Arls Af 3, wee-Pr, ld 0943 FMC 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 35 GAA Basketball 1, 2, Track 2. 0, ,J , M2yi.8I Trigg? 4: Triadeffes 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4- ffjj' wif" V' iw' " 0, Kerns "MEMORIES ARE MADE or THilS'i9!'V " M. King s. Klein M. Knollinqer G. Jones, P. Kozusnik, B. Klein ' P. Kozusnik S. Lang .... .,., , Y iiii A if ii JW' ,fi .,. , . i aa wi , ,i H, e E E, ,E E Riel iii? mg? me H Lebow Elihu Lebow Elihu College Preporafo Projection Crew 4. Frank Le Pore Deacon General Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 4: Art 3, 4, Masquers 3, 4, Swimming 3, 49 Projection Crew 3, 4. George Lii'l'Ie Little George College Preporafory Band 1, Football 2, 3, 4. Sally Love Teddybear College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 French 3, FMC 2, 33 Science 4: Library 3, 4. Joseph Lykins Joe College Preparafory Football 43 Track 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Masquers 3, 4: Basketball Manager 4. F, Le Pore G. Lillie S. Love Sidney Greer Moness Heidi College Preparafoly Chorus 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 Classical 2 Masquers 3, 4. Kathy Morgoretes Kathy College Preparofory Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Masquers 3, 4: Science 4 French 2 3, 4, Entered as a sophomore from Rlt I6 Junior High School, Wheeling, West Virginia Bagialro Jean Matyio fr X QS will Commercial fy!!! if X ,SN xy FBLofA 4, Y-Teens 4. J . ill 94551 if gli Calvin Henry Motzkel, lv ,J x Cal X J-yi! ffl- College Preparafory 'F' ll l chorus 2, 3, 4, FBL0fA 4. ymrj N-' Jerrold Lynn Maynard A5 gl M Jerry College Preparofory Band 1, 2, 33 Track 2. Lykins 5- Maness "OUT,-SPOT" K Marqareles Mafyia C. Maizlce E. Lebow, F. Le Pore, S. Maness J M cl nn! 'N .fig . P. Mazur L. McAlarney ' S. Meyer D. Miles at Sea Phillip Stephen Mazur Phill College Preparatory Band 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Linda Louise McAlarney Mac College Preparafory Jr. Red Cross Council 33 French 3, Secretary 45 Quill G. Scroll 3, 4: "Triad"-Triadelphian 3, Adver- tising Manager 4, Y-Teens 3, 4: Science 4, FTA 4, Entered as a junior from Saint Joseph's Academy, - F'- E 1 'K iill' no Cf, ' ff' 4, 17 ,,,.: N. McCleary L. McNinch D. Mein+el B. Miller M. Miller V. Mitchell Donna Jean Miles Donna College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 FMC 1, 3, 43 Bowling 3: Spanish 3, 45 FTA 35 Chorus 1. Bonnie Arline Miller Bonnie College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 43 Chorus 2, FMC 1, 3, 4. Marnie Ann Miller Marnie College Preparafory Jr. Red Cross Council 43 Riding 2, 3, 4, Classical 2, Wheeling, West Virginia. Nancy Reed McCIeary Nancy College Preporalory Y-Teens 4: Band 4: Riding 45 Entered as a senior from Mt. Lebanon High School, Pittsburgh 25, Pennsylvania. Leslie McNinch Leslie General Hi-Y 1: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2: Track 1, 25 Basketball 1. Dianna Meinfel Dia nn a College Preparafory Y-Teens 2, 3: FMC 2, Entered as a senior from Wheeling High School, Wheeling, West Virginia. Sara A. Meyer Sally College Freparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Classical 2, 3, 43 Science 4, Bowl- ing 2. Thinking in terms of college, Donna Jean Miles, Nancy McCleary, and Marnie Miller explore Miss Phyllis A. Beneke's file of catalogues. 3, 43 Nature 2, 35 Spanish 3, 45 Quill 62 Scroll 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 FMC 3, 4. , I, , , ,., e f , ,f 5 . a Virginia Kay Mitchell A' " "' ' I, ,- Ginny s 1 V' A ' " 4 ' College Preparafory R , f . '-"- ' 4- -" 'F FTA 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Classical 2, 3, 4, French 3. -' 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Science 43 Cheerleader 25 . Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross Council 1. H 35 , -, 7 ..-f- N . H. , . 3? , "ff 1 sw 1 .fa-' " 1,555 ,, 1, gy. i . i i ,. "H , 'E Old fr v 1 1 xg. Monlalbano K, Mundie N. Murphy J. Myers J. Nelson Neuhari J. Nichols B. Nickerson S. Niehaus M. Nuzum Joyce Ann Monfalbano Joyce Commercial Y-Teens 4, FBLofA 4. Kay Emmalene Mundie Kay College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3, 4, Art 2, 3, 4: FTA 3, Secretary 43 Masquers 3, 4, "Triad"-Triadelphian 2: Junior Town Meeting Alternate 41 Bowling 25 Sophomore Secretary-Treasurer. Nora C. Mae Murphy Murph Commercial Chorus 1, 2: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Classical 2, 3, 43 FBLofA 4. John Myers Mack Commercial Art 1, 2, 3. Jack Nelson Butch General Entered as a senior from Arsenal Technical Schcol, Indianapolis, Indiana. Joan Neuhart J oa n College Preparafory High GAA 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3, Classical 2, 3, President 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Cabinet 3, 4: Bowling 2: FTA 2. 3, 45 Masquers 2, 3, 4: Thespians 2, Vice-President 3, 4, Student Council 43 Science 3, 4, NHS 3. Secretary 4. Judith C. Nichols Judy College Freparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 49 Chorus 13 Classical 2. Bonita Rae Nickerson Bonnie Commercial Chorus 1, 2: Y-Teens 1, 2. Susan Darlene Niehaus George College Preparafory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: FMC 1, President 4, Nature 1, 2. Mary Jane Nuzum Mary Jane Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 41 Library 2, 3, 41 FMC 3, 4, C 1, 2, Spanish 43 Bowling 2. Looking forward 'lo graclualion, Sue Niehaus and Joan Neuharl choose senior name cards from the selection offered by Kay Mundie. 36 2, 3. horus Salts John Osborne Ozzie College Preparalory J. Osborne L. Pascoli N. Pattison N. Paulo Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Science 45 Hi-Y 4: Freshman Leland Pascoli Leland College Preparafoly Neil Pattison Neil College Preparatory Promotion Speaker: Track 1. Hi-Y 3, 45 Track 39 Projection Crew 4. Nick Paulo Nick College Preporalory Football 1, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Hi-Y 2, 3: Spanish 1, James Pfeiffer Jim College Prepcrrafory Football 1, 2, 3, Co'Captain 4: Basketball 1, 2. Vivian Joyce Porter Joyce College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Classical 2, 3, 41 FMC 2, 31 FTA 33 Bowling 35 Chorus 2, 3, 4. Patricia Ellen Price Price Commercial Nature 2, 3, 45 FMC 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Science 3, Secretary 49 Chorus 1, 21 Jr. Red Cross Council 2, 3. Carolyn Jean Rentschler , fgi,,'1:-LJ, I I 2, 3: Student Council 1, 2: Entered as a senior from Carolyn 1:,7i.,VLa4 Visa,-7,7-:w'l'r5 'J' if Bridgeport High School, Bridgeport, Ohio. College P'eP""'l0'Y -lf' LM, V ij JU E R- Y-Teens 1, 3, 4g chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Ph Ilis Pavilack li f ghyl Patty Richey g.LfL0M5'l'f'iY'-1 College Preparafory Pat A V Nature 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 49 Bowl- Commefcml ing 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4. P. Pevilack J. Pfeiffer WRITS OF ASSISTANCE V. Porter P. Price C. Rentschler N. Paulo, J. Osborne, N. Pattison 101 .Xi .ay 1 Lf if ll ' 2 ,f . . , l-xff 2. V V " -15 r 'K-.Vg -1 bi? , 1 l He SWS Treasure G. Rine G. Roberts S. Rodenbauqh L. Roqers George Martin Rine Karen Wise Rosenberg Marty Rosey College Preparofory Football 1, 2, 3, 41 Track 1, 2, 3, 41 TAC 3, 4. Gloria Jean Roberts ' Jean Commercial Y-Teens 4: Home Ec 1, 25 FBLofA 4. Sue Rodenbaugh Sue College Freporafory Library 4, Y-Teens 4: Entered as a senior from Zanesville High School, Zanesville, Ohio. Linda Ann Rogers Linda College Preparatory Chorus 1: French 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 FMC 2. 3, 49 Science 4. Stephen George Roscoe Skeets College Preparafory Football 1: Basketball 2, 4, Track 1, 2. S Roscoe TRIAD TIE-DINGS F Sanford G. Rine, K. Scott, L. Santo 7 College Preparafory NHS 3, 4g "Triad"-Triadelphian 3, Triadelphian Editor 4: Junior Town Meeting 4, Quill 81. Scroll 3, 43 Masquers 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Thespians 3, 45 French 3, 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: Science 4: GAA 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Art 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, Stifel Prize 1. Richard Carl Ruhland Dick Commercial Hi-Y 3, 4. Faith Ann Sanford Snooky Commercial Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Home Ec 35 Bowling 3, 43 FBLofA 4. Linda Mae Santo Linda General Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Ec 1, 2, 4, Secretary 35 Chorus 1, 2, 4, Jr. Red Cross Council 2, 4: FBLofA 4. Karen Louise Scott Scotty Commercial Chorus 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 FBLofA 4. K. Rosenberg R. Ruhland L. Santo K. Scott J v J, Selroral C. Speiqht M. Stab W. Starkey W. Steinman Jr. M. Stewart R. Stonestreet G. Strauss E. Strawn C. Striclrlin S Richard Harry Stonestreet Richard College Preparatory Jean Angela Sekoral stifel Prize 1. Jean College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 47 Classical 1, 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, Secre- George A' Strauss tary 43 Library 3, 4, Bowling 2. George Industrial Arts Carl Edwin Speight Foofball 3- Carl College Preparatory Egsfer Ann Sfrqwn Masquers 43 Band 1, 2: Football 1. Christmas Commercial Mary Emma Stab Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Mary Emma Commercial . . Y-Teens 1, 3, 4: Swimming 22 GAA 23 Entered as a Charles Sfrlcklm ju.nior.from Wheeling High School, Wheeling, West Charles Virginia. College Preparatory William Starkey Bill College Preparatory Band 1, 2. Walter L. Steinman Jr. Walt General Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4. Martha Ellen Stewart Stewart College Preparatory Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Riding 2, 3, 4: FMC 3, 43 Spanish 3, 4: Bowling 23 Science 4. Miss Mary A. Erslrine shows illustrations ot Shakes- pearean theaters to Richard Stonestreet. William Starlrey, and Jean Selroral, English IV students. ii avi - man 1 J J E' ll V J l Lance Thomas Striftmafiier N ' Wseiaaaa ' iW.W?'EEw,a,es3g-'vi 'iii i B '9 K 4 we J ll 1213 , 5. A 'X 2, 3 .,., f i 'i is rf 7 if. A. Swallow ji, F. Swiger K. Thomas S. Trach N In F. Willis W' ' T. Vosvicl: S. Vail fill' 1-'L Q xv ,, Llp I Sarah King Trach Chorus 1 2, Track 2, 39 Basketball 4. Florence Gertrude Swiger College Preparafory Chorus 1 2 3 Classical 2, 3, 49 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. YTeens 1 2 3 4: Jr. Red Cross Council 3: Chorus 1 2 3 4 FBLofA 4. Sarah College Preparaiory Y-Teens 1, 2, Cabinet 3, 4, Inter-Club President 33 NH'S 3, Vice-President 4, Classical 2, 4, Treasurer 3: Spanish 3, 43 Masquers 3. 4: "Triad"-Triadelphian 2, Advertising Manager 3, Associate Editor Triadel- phian 4: Quill 81. Scroll 3, 43 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 41 GAA 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Science 4: FMC 1, 2: Chorus 1, Junior Town Meeting 45 Warwood Ex- change Speaker 4g Stifel Prize 1, 2, 3. Nancy Jean Turner Nancy Commercial Susan Dianne Vail Vail College Preparaiory Chorus 15 GAA 4, Recording Secretary 3: FMC 3, 4: F l'1 3, 4, Cl ' l 2, 3, 4, Y-T 1, 2,,Q S, 41 Bgjrnflg 2. asslca Vfbok , r Chri ine Kay Van Wie W .fax fljjbl Jig x e .- ,cry , fr .3110 ' 4 14. Q l,?Jr.' 'V d dfosg Counei 1 'V , retai' reap-'fi JJIS ,glhgr Pgfgi nj: I or JJ212, ' Pa isff'3: , J- ' - u 4- .- ' , g b' 1 DJJ N151 X Eve air' ,t 3 'Triag?Tr1 a?gjn X - 4, l K W , ' .l - W. X ll'kpgX"i'hedosia Helen Vosgiizlk llyljglfljl Teddy Commercial Chorus 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Frances Susan Wallis Wallis College Preparafory Y-Teens1, 2, 3, 41 FMC 2, 3, 42 GAA 3, 41 Science 3, 4, Riding 43 Classical 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2. ' Chris Van Wie, Sue Wallis. Sue Ann Vail, and Har- riet Zimmerman prepare to "drum up" another vic- iory for ihe Litlle Reds. .1 'ri l ails M. Walton Mary Jane Walton Babe College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3: FMC 2, 3: Home Ec 43 Chorus 1. Dorcas Waslis Dee College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 1, Home Ec 1, 41 Chorus 2. 3: Entered as a sophomore from Bridgeport High School, Bridgeport, Ohio. Margene Carol Weisenborn Marg College Preparafory Jr. Red Cross Council 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 49 Chorus 1: Science 47 Bowling 2, Library 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3, 4. Jim Weishar Teddy O'Tool Commercial Golf 2, 4, Captain 33 Entered as a sophomore from Naval Air Junior High School, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Sidney Robert Weissman Bob College Preparafory Track 1, 2, Baseball 3, 43 Classical 2, 3, 4: Science 3, Vice-President 4: TAC 3, 4. D. Waslis S. Weissman SEASON'S READINGS L. Whiplcey M. Weis-wbofn. L. Whinkev. L. Wells A . -1' fi, im , my HH, Q S Sis .S ., Q "Z f,." '. .pa gl 5: - . 4-Rf, . " ""-- :,. , - ..l- k . ' f.l1E'fj,xf ,.: ...,., . . ,.:., 3 ' Q-mag? M. Weisenborn Leonard Wells Lenny College Preparatory Basketball 13 Baseball 1. Joyce Ann Wheeler Joyce Commercial Chorus 1, 25 Y-Teens 3, 49 FBLofA 4. Linda Whipkey Lin Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 29 Library 1, 2. Beverly Ann White Bev College Preparafory Band 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Science 4: Riding 3, 4g Chorus 1. Linda Jane White White College Preparatory Y-Teens 1, 2, Cabinet 3, Vice-President 4, Delegate to National Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, 3: Vice- President of State Y-Teens 49 Student Council 2, 3: FMC 1, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 25 Bowling 1: Chorus 15 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 1, 3, Recording Secretary 2, President 4, Science 49 Classical 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, President 45 Girls' State 33 Junior Town Meeting 4. J, Weishar L. Wells J. Wheeler B. White L. White nz sv iw? H , . 41. as A1 lu. Hhbsfgx C. Will K. Yoor V. Zanlce H. Zimmerman Charles Witt Vincent Zanke Charlie Butch College Preparafory General Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Cho,-us 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Entered as a sophomore from Central Catholic High School, Wheeling, West Virginia. Keren Alice YUOI' Harriet Jane Zimmerman Kay Harriet College Preparufoly College Preparalory Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 49 Library 2, 3, 49 Bowling 2: Chorus Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish 3, 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: 19 Nature 3, 4, Science 3, 47 French 3, Vice-Presi- Jr. Red Cross Council 2: Chorus 13 FBLofA 43 dent 4. Junior Secretary-Treasurer. Shellbaclcs :Y A 2 ..., 4- if :ma-r.2f+9l3!dlHi4li??f, :Eid--fiwsag N i H urf7.'l'01?z.5gvg:yC.,,,,..,, , '.. -1,4 - - ' 4',nl3,-1, , ,..l. ls.-1, ,I 2 9- 1 1 ','li""gl'f'5J .. W ' ' '- -A .' 'Slug 7.1 Miss Adda L. Dunlap's senior homeroom relaxes for a leisurely lunch of home-packed delicacies. i 9 R, im vllll' ', 2, N yi le , l F- P -:Q M iii 5 a 9 -is gf a W. an ma it .Ira P ,. 51 me U as r. fn' .6 ag 2 e 9' , ig iii ,K i 5 p4 5 Q LE ln in 1 ri if f 5, ' A Bearing 'lhe symbols of her coronafion, Mary Elizabefh Drawneclc reigns benearh fhe Arch of fhe Quinque Reginae where she was crowned queen of "Roman Holiday." Tridel's annual Coronalion Ball. Freshman Linda Orllx and Junior Ron- nie Peyfon casl' iheir ballof info rhe Roman Colosseum, fashioned by Sopho- more Carolyn Rider. Roman Grandeur Triumphant at March 27 Coronation Ball Sara Lang, Kay Munclie, Sylvia Gilmore, and Marnie Kay Jewell pre- Plebeians dance lo 'lhe harmony of Bob Bonham's "S+ar- sided as queenly affendanfs al' fhe annual fesfiviries fha? were held in clus+ers" beneafh Romanesque decoraiions 'supplied by Oglebay Parlfs Pine Room, March 2l, W59. Triclel's Ari Club. Qfv vga 'ff' V, 2 ,z fl' J, wiv , ' ww W , , J M G! R Y f 1 1 : T ' X aa- f 4 Ml VM!! in .,,, QC' Mfg Eugene Cool: Q g ' 1-T IL E 5 Presidenf xg QNX J"' L. -HJ! 1 Qi i jfs X le f fw l C ,. Ch ,. .lumor fl ,X nl L t AP. :arc In l ap une . ,k I E, .. .,,b: Ei? VICE-PfESldEllf - if AX u LI XE of - 2 ' , , S fufzj X i , , La Verne Calvin f J f i E! j ' 5' , I Secrefary-Treasurer ' ' f . . M ' ,Hg z I f f Agfa uf N95 V a U v .. N Vg Q l ' W ll J . Y jx ' E nszgns Q y X J J ,l 7' games Alb-wah 'n A -.-. ii ,. ,E 'gk "wg, Joimhmlkndlgrigro John Armsfronq 'I Bill Baber if John Bachman l V' W 5 f, 7? ai. - . MV' ri N my llwillilif Qxlfl J Wil if , 4 iff J ' A Joan Bailey Ig'-L , ggi g . A I X' Q Timoihy Baird wi n 33 L fi ' , i ' J - Emilie Barfholomew X 43'.i ' ' l K 1 ' N. Q Philip Barllefl Z J Q ' John Beecrofl f Q "jf A Q Barry Berisford H - V . ' A Tom Berisford BW ? ., ,n fl Y llifi ww ig' m Yvvl vuylii Q My A Larry 'Berman ' y A ' , . ' llff I 'Pg' X. " Carolyn Bodlcin ' Y . l 'Sq Li: ., " ll 1 ' Beverly Bohlen Q ' V - ' M A ' A ' V -' Janice Bonsignore fl fiif - '-1.2 V ', -e V Allan Boyd fp A I , X X ' A ,x Palricia Brelnnan i . lm? 'f ll A V Y Louise Broc ardl V A -I f ' :lg l QE, Shirley Bruno V ga , - - 4, ff? ' ' 'QQ' Karen Burscn , :,, H ' 'N ' H V, -N Roberl Byrd 5 Q' - " 1 '- Glenn Caldwell - L ,,., " -3- t A 3' ' Juathl Campgell , J Vfi , J ' fQ.1?' Mic ee Can as ' ' l xi ' ,: "I James Carmichael I B . J m ' l ld : ' ,' l A Bernard Carney . ' ' 3' I: ', 4 Marfl1aXCa lilow ' ' . -" V '-.' I Joan Cyber AL 'f x , la' in W ilu Ronald Clark aa Bdli BW .S 'fa Bld QI' Y. Alberl' Caffield cf lj' ff' ,fry ' y K' .,l J A , Francin ompaqnone " ' , A V " ' .7 1' V cf U U NN .AlW5l ,Robe Cox y J iq? lair . ll Af ' Ha 'ago I ':-l 11. - ., ' it f . 'A' nj ' y Crawford 12 me iulu' . "' ' V ' , 1 J 7 f 1 X 1 l I J ll, 'VJ rl new M: A fi WW ,Dbl 44 1 jl ' 'l V . U fy any . ., . Po! 90,4 :- ,X ll! Qi, I 'L if ,JI 1. ? 4? , - It ' ill' If ,, fill UJ Faq, 'fl' .ftfj , ' yfaj ' ,lv lf, 'ff J l nb W qw 2' - gf. M G We 'J JJ 'f JJ, fy jf M M jfwovg . ' ft V l ' 16 Ci A j at V ..lLlfllOf ass -P 5 Dil 'My I ff' ln its third-floor realm the junior class reigned, preparing to step into thefgrete A Mil' -qi position soon to be vacated by the seniors. Q 9,19 ff! rj! Events leading toward the eleventh-graders' cherished goal included the distribution fra, of class rings on Lincoln's birthday and the selection of two of their members as Tridel ,flfj representatives to the annual "Know Your State Government Day" in Charleston. Another bright spot in the lives of these third-year 'students was their being able to attend the Junior-Senior Pro for the first time. - Us 'Wiliam ,N , X C V , L-'jd I arf - if, L LY' -we-I orscurs QW Exposes-gi., oss.-Rt gas? ss , 1 . . ' . 0. . ' ' I t , ' f 4 , 1 1 1' . .1 3.1 Dianne Criswell 'xx' 1'q-, Linda Crossland 6 . "fl- - W Joyce Czyzewslti I " girl- , K r' 1- s f . .Ji I ' Kim Davis : Roxanne De Armey E Elizabeth Denfzer A ' My ' 1- Ron Dlcltson W? H9131 - ' s l.'nda Jo D'rb s . N A Gharles Dolnaladsonxil HPS' 06 John Douglas CJ., I Jean Dowden Q' U' ' Sondra Duggan QJPS- Krlgeffa Dulteu X , 1 1 R l' D t Q 1 Bgn elgwinlrigllle M iju t, l Janice Earnesl' lt P- ' ' ' Phyllis Earnest Frederick Ebeling ' nna Eimer Sandra Emerson PL Rhys Evans 3' Elizabeth Fischer ' 'Frederick Fivecoaf , ll Susan Ewing l Frances Fleming -- Humphrey Fliclt g , t .f - Ann Fox "YX3 lugs ::Y.,lg'A . 1 . tg Kathleen Frieberfshauser ' George Gamble V 1 1 Linda Garrison H 1' I D ia G tl ' fly Clglidia Gaalyhearf rr 'fi' rl ,J 1 ::illipGGeimer , A ,il tag: 62222: 9 ,fr ,r X ga U L carol eau f if J f tv if 1. y'lj" 3' of' ," l ,P if 1,3 JU I' , I Ir 'V' A Y J' ' 45 ffl xwfli' ' ,v H Sylvia Grandsfaff W MW W' Qflillw lwlwffilii U i, .W , jd. ffm Uqilfb W Howard Gray :..,. 'bfi ig,fg:'.:: -Y I, Marlene Guelker 'l . ,, Gloria Gwynne -K Rober+ Hadorn " f ' 'Q AH Jay Hamilion l -f" A Linda Hamilfon i I 2, I A Sue Harringfon my f .. -w fear- - V Q31 . Sally Ha+haway f . - E .Qffjf 1 law" Linda Hawkins . ' 5 ' N N1 ' ,- -f E, , 3, Sandra Hendersl'lo+ I.. A I ,l A 5 Q I' IQ , " la h I , ie' Catherine Henderson -. 'P . tl' V ' A ' J Sfeven Henry ' W- . '?:. . D. fl-lhermian Henson , ,.v Q: 'P ' A .l t 4 lana euse y :':'-': Q 'T 5 ' g M l ' Mary null, l-llll ,, lg ' of 5 --J Jarnes Hinegardner ii 4 :'i Q3 4 ' ' 'Q Lucinda Hood l I Q .,,. ,f- - ' Nancy Horne ' 5' 1 David Jackson X :,., 5'5i, ,K X K' l f. I A l 'Q Gerald J-me fl L, - - - . -e s f A . - l - Selly Jo Jenni -A5 5 1 """ H H ' M "" M ' ---- if 2 'K Y' Ronald Johnsfon ,130 .. , I Q59 lg Alifhur Jones '14 Jr ' I 'll'- G oria Jones ' 3, :" ' .V , v"- V li , Q l Jane! .lukes r -3- a Doroflwy Junkins ' V f W Donna Kamerer - , V, QW ? sw., , . Nick Karras ' f f in ' no Q Mary Frances Kayuha ' - ' - E51-f William Ken? ' Q35 "'i 3 viii" Kurf Keyser ' 3 if I Fly! Douglas King fy ' lf ' Mary Ann Krieger 1 9 Kennelll Kriner Eli ii fy , n , , rl l 4 IM KN . 7- ' N 0 10" P QX X-g .f- XY-Nb .ASE - XSQ- l . Q-fs 2 'sr sf' , J 'Q-S 46 is l Rll' ll? 'll l- , lflll' M. U ,llfl .llf f Kb .Fil i lllliv li 'lv ll . ll ll 1 l I 'TLV 'L Klip J gl M ,ul I lllylbllli ,, - ll A. llli W ill' ll '-iii , -U' ill Sfeven Henry, Howard Gray. and Marlene Guelker "ring up" a lock of admirafion 'For flleir class circlels. A r x L. f. .oe . . X it CJ' i 1 1 l I X X . l - X I .U V r 1' x if l' F li-. A. R. Milligan observes an ex- perimenl being performed by Charles Pascavaqe ancl Reber? Oliver, novice ciremislf. 1 1 K f ui x x f'N ' of Y' N - -' 1-EEEEQ - ::::,,1-'-?-' J7 4 5 -. -ff - Q XT M ' il' -'72 x-x .5 Mabfq- .exam-'a X V , , I, , Q N5Tx,Qi,Q Lg' f QAQ., iM..gu-' , ' .pf if Y . . O, f L - f gf, V V vw MI,-g..f' vga, Y Jw, ' . ' J I XAKAJ . fC5llfi?jex.',fl Ml ii. . .Ju f Wir ii Q ".,, xlpczks .Pits-aff' 'L' Jul, Z Cir M Jai' X f - . H3 fr ,E ..Q.,,, gee- we 1 - ' V!" pro ' ' . ie.. f 2 1 . .JU i. N15 ,A 'i "li 3, l il i V- W'- W. .,.,.,. .. . ' ii ' . T ,.,.. . . ., T W ' ei iw 'A . 'M "- ,A 'Z l' -53.62 'E::.l2 ,.,' T' .,.. Mar Leech ,. ' I ' k ff li - - ' ,' - .1 .- l . Z.,."..,I, I ef ' - 5f5'...i5' ' .Y LJ" L 'ff 1.62.7 XM ii,I,f'! ,lM . 4, N .'f -, Louis Lemmon ,- X3 VT! Dj' LV' Ri, yi' l 1-l vp 1' Q 'I if -'f' 5:5 ...V Quzn Fi' lee Anne Levine ' X. f A' X' yf' . ,fi ' f' ,, Nr , V gm Sf -- N sein Lewis y V. i mf! REL 5, f 1 -va , P: 3 .M g...'f.lt3 H y if '. I xl - .... .,.. . - ' L1 ' ' ' A v"f' ,Q Q4 4 Beclcy Lyle , fl ,,q 4- --,p f- .ff I 1: F- I' 'Af 'Y Y- "'1'fd1':"ffm Sei Barbara Mallcofff , -v X ln, Q - I N71-. I i M E ff' if h John Mason H i" l . v ' H, , P ' sf he zlz Big- ulu, . " Jerome May ,Fi ' H' 've .N ' j i' I Q f "J 5 Q .Q In ag lf " I ..,.. 4... Susan McCormick Y UM ' ', N ' A-V x . H ' A V H X ' A .- Sandra McCready - by ' l' X . ' fav H ' Esielle Meagle H' "5-"' l , f A 1 , J r J L Y Y "ix 555.1 Connie Medlclx we I , ' J If . -is -:Marti ? tj . 7'7" 'id' ' ' TTS Dwight Menard Q ' . . e -3 H ,df or I i 'ie n im H Keifh Menard 5 ,-1 1 y J Ei. 4 'V-"I 'fn .X - ' H ' 1 K lie :': N ,,,' ' Bonnie Meizgalf 9 'i ' ' f ' r - i. 4 1 ., 'W , '- ' fa Q Jeff Miles ,' fi ' of , eu., l' il. ' Arg 1 ,-X -2 jf' 'ff Sandra Miller li V :ff -' ' TQ V F' 1' 5 -H-fj'::. ff irf Jenny Lee Minorl I N Am V W KW.. Y .l 4 L' K- J LEM: - Beify Minier ., - " 'i i 'M' ' Pafriclc Monahan ' ' J wi' . . V312 - W Randy More' nf' 'U W y . , V' X bluu .jf gonira' Meagan k. 'V A . ' Q. .- 2- ai errne or a is 'f ' Karen Muenze 1' Q A ' ' ji.. f " Frieda Muldoon 'Q ' " , ,.,,..,.. . e Shirley Nash 'Q ui' -1' - L!! Fi :': H Ruiln Nelson ' K , 3 ":' Nancy Lou Nesbilt . 'L Q ' X V Q . 5, is ' fe 3 F21 . Dixie Neuhard - , l r. .H Q ' E Marlene Nolle v ' V fl il L 'QT 7 ' 1 Roberl Oliver ' , " :fy . . . fe.. X' .. , Ch I Julgy Park rm, M... 4 . , -fry-v-qw'-fi. .. I-5-1 .M-'.J,e.e, V ar es ascavage ff' V FV , N K i l.... f -'f 'iii-'X Zigi' Ronnie Peyion f F ff l.1.'yL J : il - 1, lege f A - - In ,,,,,,,, sandra Phillips ,rg y ' 'MN si. 1' lan Y' init ww - I ' X Gai' Poo' -"J , fi fi Biyfu' ' " ' - ' ' ' ' ' 5 'me ' ' 1' -'J "H YI! I . 1 I I 1..- ll' M -5. H I --V Tom Quinn LQ V N L . ' .I':. . X " ' ' , A 'li " Carol Ann Reass Filgf fl - ""' f ij ff l Q - 4 . " we Sandra Reiier ia! V!-lf" rf. '7 -H, L 5 47 'I' wr -x William R ds Rufh An Rice Eliza ier K e Rid y C ie Ri e li ' David oberls Sarah Roberis John Robinson e Robinson berla Robinson Leila Rosen Carol Ro'll'l Barbara Rubinsfein Walfer Rupp Jane Sampson Rulh Schmalz Janel Lee Schmeichel Glen Schmidl Denny Schrader Brenda Schweizer Nancy Seamon David Sebulslcy Alberia Shafer Jeannine Shaw Annefie Sheilcovifz Bill Singleron Sarah Slxedel Judy Siab Paula Sloclcer Richard Slone Ralph 'Sfrader Bob Slrauch Shirley Supler Barbara Terelc Paul Terelz Shirley Trenlon Brock Tschappal Lee Ann TuH'le Alexandria Vargo Verna Vargo Jean Vellenowerh if .. 1 :V .V 'A ' . 2 C . r l . i -, if , if 1 fx TL' , X --'J .-.N 'S I rl - L, V 31,1 up tix ' mxcf f K 'i if Y TJ' Xu' -xv 1 X. ' X ,H , ,. e r ' A--J X . X! 'x Glancing al lhe exlra-credil bool: lis+ for Americaan Hisfory, Denny Schrader, David Ro- berrs, and Jupcly Slab envision higher grades. , ' ' x r .2 . Beach , my . ' 1 V ". N x .N , 'll E1 V 'X . , " V 'of-.ia-Nl' ,. . gr- ' T f 3. " we , A :.: 'A . :ii . 1-: if E523 Q F' H , f ..l, 5 5 ' ' ' fi: ---': .. - Yi? J. a i" Q yy 1 . S551 Bri: , "" E-Z A L f. K 'Wi' '1 ' - Jr 'I A, Y X . li wg' .X f g :-- :-:? :': V be 3 ": ff ' mar ' . 1 R " 'Sf' T . . ,.,.Au ,:nep'm.,5 - 5 3' i - SJLWQF A' R Ilvli Q I i.,,1 1 . MA 1 , -,, ,X ,L A-..-.f.-5 if " " 55. '- 'Z . ' 1-WF 'W I-, 1253- a . a- a,.,:: , - . . . HQ n, ini. A -"' S fa - : . - ' ' '- '. ' 'J' ' X ' ' . -'-' . ' 1 1 ' X ' ' f ..,: ' ' 1- . an ' rrr S Q . . AAII M g.. . - i . .32 - W -' r':ae f S Q of 'H an I y , ," .I i 1-fy I .-iq Af A ., , L . ri .... if i ...Lv 1' E-4 ..,.., A S r V wwa, In -P - .:i:e, aeaix -:- gl ' 'i"' Zig arf' Wi 'N . . 1 :.y ' ' I an .... .,-' . :'i 'P 2 1? 4 ' V VI ' 1 4 , A X ,-ia V ' . -. 7 v ny. ,le I f 'U,r ixxi I Nr in ' 'J 4' ' .,., - .1 r . .... -- 1 i 1 ,-of '51 Y li ' A EL"- r '- R i .. XXX 'il Six. v .Q asv, B A rw ily V wr ln w". ll 1 l - 1,- if l - I - ' of A! L M , '. 5, if - .: J.: 'B 1' W . 'Y ,V -,.,,-- -. -:M :gh , :.: .-1 el, W N ri fl QW l W , wi-I if bd , . .. Iwi ,i.,, A ,. l -:a ,I-2-, A li- . ., . .,.,, .... H W B an K 3 s I f M Donna Jean Vercellolii Joan VercelloHi Beverly Wallace May Wallace Gary Waller Tom Waflcins Linda Wayi Weber Rose Lee Weisgerber Bonnie Wells Sieve Wenzel Elaine Wes'l' PaHi Wesf J im Wha rion V I -1 V- 4 9 ' - ' fm' .... - , W ' W , f Q-K5-elif if '-ff af'-.' ,,.:g:! - A! ., , V X Q cv Joanne Whiplrey Charles While Jim Wl1i+e Peggy While Gary Wildemann Maffhewlyn Woicll: Bill Woocls Roberf Woods Marshall Worsdell Bonnie Young Judy Youngman Beverly Barr fvflijift A.,-f. ,ll . I fl! LLL ., KJ l -J ' ' - , V Lfl' A C", X 'V V J 'l..4l,' Oil 'fl N611 l 13 v--' WCM! l' .-, " ' ' "' ,VV lm fi ,.f- " ',-' 1 f"'i , ,Vsffy fwfr , f f.c,w , L" div' , , .l,f'V l I J mv" A 7 A .,,vvV, 5 5572 jj w"' . 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W f ,X Q30 A 'yu l ff f,-Wi if ll lf, .UJQ 174 ,NYU X' J e f-ffl , 1 " ' ff WU 'JP j ,,f' 1 XM' .ff If!! .ff Y! VM06 J if If J I I I preparafionclior ihe Junior enior Prom, Judy Youngmarf, -, Bonnie Young, and Gary Wa fflj' fer loolz 'Forward lo a memora 'f ble evening. 49 ee- fgiv f lf ' Q J y mn 'I V Q , km 6, X":jg,?j A l i:-fspt J ? 1 sfszrsefrwe i x - N 1 NA , X -,- -,.' h - 'Q V, -4 , , Sop omore - V f J W- if Phillip Rea Egg cs,-xx f 11 .A V ,I Vice-Presidenf "" X O . ' if? 7 E ,Q ' Lcers e fr is li 4. AQDY 'fl' A ' XM QQ' Q 4: -If l 'A " L ::':' lgzjzllgia ylllilieasurer , ll ,- lf 4 LZ, N 5 l - 2 X , f ling J - ,-,ye 5 fi.: 5 l k 6 X' All 'V' L i fy XB Dianne Allen Karen Amend Sherry Armbrechl Pafricia Auber Lynne Baker Charolelle Banlrey Ray Barnhari Mariorie Barr Virginia Barrefi Ray Bauer Charles Beall Bonnie Jean Beclc Belly Lou Behrens Bonnie Bell Bonnie Binger Vera Kay Bobiclc Jeff Boerger Janie Bonnesen Esiher Bossard Wayne Bowers Millie Bradford Judiih Broemsen Sfephen 'Brooks B. K. Brosche James Brown Barbara Bruce Roberf Burns Bonnie Callahan Margaref Carney Janef Casfilow David Chambers Joyce Chambers Roy Chaney Susan Clarke Judy Clise Kennefh Cohen Midshipmen if lil 50 I 1325 H K W -fe. lfft A Sophomore Class Dissecting insects and bisecting angles formed a small part of a sophomore's busy school life. Eager to join the many clubs open to them for the first time, tenth graders broke through shells of shyness to become better acquainted with their Alma Mater. Boasting a large representation in sports, these second-year Oak Parkers also acquired at little culture from Shakespeare's immortal "Julius Caesar" and Dickens' historical "A Tulc of Two Cities." Seabees -T ff aa?-if Figs'-It-Q -C2 KX X-1 -as 'QQ Lk ? -L . Sw- s .N ' ,, Q ' Ag al I 'A' --J I. V' ' W Nedra Colson , L I X i .,F', .., - I , 13 ,.. .... , H Id C k :J J 42' L :vig r lr 'flflwi H ass 00 e T, t - . "M "ff au orne Q H I l ' h Donald Craddoclt th A V, A 'Q ' if 31 l' QI 5ol::er'rCCreign'lon - ' YQ anef riswe 1-N also . 1 i Susan Crossland .ug f ' " Richard Crupe this l "1 Judith Cunningham , 1' , ,L N , X ,ggi 'ttl gg-5-gn Barbara Currence - I Robert Dague ,LI I , wr Linda Davies l-. . I' X 'V V t Larry Davis ' slr' , 9 Marvin Davis 53' Sandra Kay Depfo A A f Katherine Dicltie Vi' ' V V Dan Dickinson Q Joy kDirbZs k .7 , ...V: "i' A il Fran Do, rzyns i ' if W q Norma June Dobrzynslti 1 4' " 1 23 :,: I Joy Doman If M James Edqell l - Hi 'V i' "': ":' Q Carolyn Eilrey l V- 1 ' 5.-,ij Jane Elbert t N' ' 1 f- g Judith Elbert if 'J l ..:. , Lynne Elliott' If 'gs Betty E lison . :" Susan Emblen - - l . .rn . ' ' 'j A a .M L L ll-ll-il a'-- .t Lyle Anne Ernst . Q ,V :Q it are i 'W t W i' ' J ' R.lllf+ Ffift .,i J J l ' . Michael Ferns ' A 4 A ' ,tl ".-' Nancy Ferns XX Tony Figarelli Leslie Fish Q ' ' f"f HWS - lv David Francis ' ,il ' im' W rlfif' " lf' 7 in Marcia Franlclin sfl iggi is :': ' l Q , - ,.,,' 3 1" Alvin Lee Frank is 5 K zlz 33 ss, ,A W 'gig , if QL .T ' if "" 11 1' Rachel Freeze ? if: 'Vis' ' 5 :" I fra" ' gi' ff: " Bri ll ' 'rife' 'ima' jk ' Rosemary Froni . .. " ' e Q. f f ":" A D if M 1 ll I " " Irma Gary ,Eagles IQV az ' Z- 'Z'Kjif"f W ----- ..,v, Q 1 'is-if ' Yfgjg V1ff:f.'1 'g .:P ..:M. V i'qI,l', u'-- Egiygl NV -i V' A ' Roberf Geimer " ' -Q? " l ' I T.. 'f M , , Mary Geniher v' A ' b i A K U All I Roberl Giles ' 2' - V- --Q "', E' ,, , ,,', 1 J ..,, ,F 4 F. ,, il I .Li .ll Judilh Evelyn Griffiih , L 'l's lf L, :'i Z 'Q 5,32 .J fl sf Q William Griffiih El" V :-: :-sk i""' ' :': fl m f " ' W' I l i Barbara Joyce Gross ,5j "'-N H W A Q -Q n l .1 ' Maria Haalre ----:- :Qi . 1:'r " A H WNN4 T H T' " ogg? .:., uff" ' ,.-'giQi"4Qi - ' UF- ' "' 1' so W'II' H d ll 'I I , ,, if ' 'Q ,125 ' ' 'ff ' Michael Harimann E his Q 'UIQ W- ,l',fi' .4 ' V' Q41 Franlc Hemberf j:f':'1"'1V' 'gf L .i gf " ' ' YL 'fi' ' John Henderson 'Y' ' ik I ' , John Hennessy i In v . -N A H In I N - . 1 Linda Herman gg: W 'Y ' " "lf-1' 'I' ', ' N' enssbsih Hess , ' ii zl L fs 'W A "1 J ' , Richard Hess 1 7? Q "5 ,,. , A fm' Margarei' Hile Y, I K as A 1 W - 3 ' Gloria Jean Hoffman Q V- , ' 1 ' David Horne 'Z , s fig' ,U - A Linda Hough -s- s- 4: 5 ss ' sw i sp N if - H ,N b 'is F N Don Huff if f W gr ' K s My John Hummel y " ' lp-i j Ronnie Huison ' . F s H ' ,N .s f John lsalY QV i, 4. 14 ,..,,., j' A Ellen Jacobs . ' Yi A fgff, I 1 W? Cordelia Jameson ' - A 2 W li N i, Vuiy , 4 P , George Jaquay ' Q- ' ' ' A 1 U3 fl Wy a fx -r ' N Y. . ff -.gas fd. ls. -Ass:-sl - Cabin xr: .s -week QQ Gr or .X , Sm- - xsa- V s r 52 Sophomores Rachel Freeze, Mary Geniher, and Michael Harfmann succumb fo The iempialion of Winlergreen Hall's newesi addiiion. I '- -,.-,-,'.-1 V A John Kidd, Rosalind Levin, and Sandy Jewell lind lhe bulle- lin board a greaf help in lreeping lhem up io dale on currenf LiHle Red aciivilies. Boys lr' . . ll L ' I - -,F r-Q ,L ' . l Q ,J l , - Qj.e I 'I , ,l -- l ' ,,,, K l - L, ,v 1 - - ' 1, l l ' '11 1 l hw ' l ' ' 'S' .ez . . I, V , v t . s M ,, , .. Y llll 1' l, y 'Q B U J 1' l lil' w wf --AJ . . Q. .L .K e F7 ,EH A I J 1 ,H " 9 Q L 1 Win n Sandy Jewell Pamela Kay Johnson Sharon Johnson Jim Keefer James Kernoslri John Kidd Frances Kirchner Kirkland Rebecca Klabano Judy Knollinger Lynne Koehler Ronnie Koehler 5 Carol Ann Korn Herberf Korn Virginia Krieger Sam Lanfz Rosalind Levin Sally Lewis Horsi Lohr Jaclc Lowlher Nancy Lucas Sharon Lucci Sandy Lunau Jimmie Luzader David Lyons Edna Maffhews Paul Mayer McGrail Mariorie Medick Sallie Meier Judilh Melnilc Marian Menlz Susanna Meyer John Michaelides Kenne+h Miles xx gu- 7 Calching a glimpse of nafure, Biologis+s Carolyn Miller, Amy Quinn, and Ray Pierce record ' fheir observafions. ......Ti! 'K-X Y x ff - y is Y -,J I -Fl, X":s'e"2? if V Nag eX 2,,-S, XSQ5 Two Years 1 , .. ,V Cya . , . , eu . Carolyn Miller 3'Hilda Miller 'i' .T 9 " " V " I Clyde Min+er 32 V V: l V. ' Nicola Moore ES V zlz 51 3 V' Ly Q I ' 1 1 , Pairicia Moore Ig? 'Vg if if-if' VY 1 ' N: ' -Q A' fy V 9 l' '- V- H, Paul Morgan S' V, ,.V' L", ..,,,y.:Vi A Karen Mullarlcey ' ' , Neal Mundieh V ag: V Mi-r"1W,..,A. . J, V H - - j' - , Jo Ann Mum v -A f--- '- .fe V wills- U7 - T ' r 2 ' sandy Murphy r - 3. 5,1 :-1 if f Roberf Nelson we ' I " E' ,."" -ff' -I V1' A ' Jay Nesbm R V K- 3 - , , V ' Q, Andrea Niehaus , , V r Vi gg 'V ' V' 'V ' ' 5' Eloise O'Sl1ields LM " 332 1" -.:. L ,.,. .:::: E N V Q y V X Judy Parker 5: - j-A AY' V, " - in V H455 '1-f fi" iiFf'T7"i "'1?fy- 4 ' "' Linda Peierson V' " 4 ' lg 1- , l Ray Pierce ' .V .- ' ltiii' 1, ' 'I Roy Piffman -P - , V :Q I ' Jack Poeue 1 -Q Q ' 4 V'-:-- R- - 'E M E' w David Powell it " .. M TL' V i 'H V Y' AMY Quinn 'V . . 4 e K A 1 . ., 1 'f A . I glafxv Rims 1 V "Wifi R 4 if 1,-4,5-Vi' o nn eese , 4 Vyf.,,j,' A ' Z - 44111 VV I 7' 5: zzz ' ,.,, if Paify Riclrety 4, g H' . ' vilii I 1 "lr, - ' Carolyn Ri er ' Q I V' V V 'r,,4 Roberf Riley 1 ,,,' ' V V . 1- r 515 ' Shirley Rifchea i :.:, 1 - V g - 1 V Roger Rifner 1- 5-,W " 5 .,f.,,g, ,V V ,:z , .:A'i ' ' - W ', 'M . Tommy Rogerfs iff? V 11 ' Hr, " y V Joseph Ro inson ' jg A F H '- V V ' Fred Roscoe , 15333- ni , A' "ff V 7 ' l Nancy Roih iff, ' fy! gy f ' 'V V Brenda Ruble 'Q' I ' A I ' Anifa Rush N, jf, V N- r ' . , - Connie Salmons 54 Willnila Sams L i H, W N: J"f'T7i ' " V Ezgnslegniel Sarqenl A .... Q 4 A Q 52 ..,: 3 .W u v C u er " ,ll X Janfl Scoll . , as W ff- -be is P s ++ -5-. ' , Dialifid Eceamon A I D L L Jaclr Shafer Linda Shaw W Lecla Shook Q Sharon Shoolr 9 vi V 5' iiiiis Sums s h I ' 'af ' i y ee mil uf ls ' 2 I Marvin Somerville , l J 1 il Nancy Somerville ' f, -"' ' V , H g. M Jerry Speiser , ' I Thomas Slanlon N ' -:A , r . . Mary Sleele ,4 Q 'J' W - 'I '. li QQ William Slen-ger -J L ' -3 , T -. 1 i . Linda Jean Slrolhman - . f' 1 'lf A ' John Sludenc ' 4 A I -e 1. e 4' Richard Subil - Donna Swiger , , . Earl Swiger F f Lorella Taylor 3 Q ' -- , ' " ' Fred Templin '17 'V " Donna Tenlnanl ' N ,.: i I Belly Tere 5' A 1' ' ' . J ,, :': -,,, Judy Theiss " J- ' ' . Don Timlorook iq .1 -1' A Elsie Toland ' yi . '- 7 ' Charles Travis ' , 1 j Sharon Tuel ' i' Roberl Uplon 4 K ' Virginia Vermillion ' ' Florence Voille KN . N Before the MUST? Tgxx eX5'.S""fg David Vosviclr James Wallace Jim Wallace Mary Wallace Rila Wallace Roberl Wallace Sandy Wallace Mille Wallis Larry Wallon Louis Wallon Jeff Wallcins A Jo Anne Wallrins ,-,L- Roberl Wendel Richard Wesllall Helen While Franlr Widmar Judy Wilkins Sandy Williams Mary Wilson Linda Winesdorfer Brenda Wolodlcin ii' 1 v 1' V ' . iw rl 'v -N ', .., .. 4 - Ma nn Yales C I Yoho rol An - D ' irley Za - lice Zimmer - V l J! Y iff? 55 , .',. "Eli 11 . - , A . Lf IV: . ' y f' ' diff: , ' ,Za i 'A, J S vb + X .N n , X 'Lf Q ames ei er , , ,V ex P Q fi Q H Presidenl ' wx AV X M, lm I KT 'Xt ,,., nib ' af lx' F i f J .D . Ffeshfnan. X A "- X 'E 43 J Franlc George Broclcardi D D' ill' X i wil' Vice-Presidenf O ' I X 'ii l.CefS ' Q ' J I 1 i D lpllll f U if 'Q s o lc ' A lf ' T , - .f 1 .5 ,N W. '- 1, Slxrelzrg-Elvliasurer l ll lv- ll T - X 1 f 1 "4 I i Terry Adams Sandra Anderson Dorofhy Archer Dominic Baller Paffy Baron Cynfhia Barreff Lou BarreH KiHy 'Barfholomew Virginia Beegle Lloyd Behrens Linda Benner Gary Berisford Glenn Berisford Ted 'Berisford Bruce Berman Anihony Howard Biddings Diclr Billiclc Nick Blas lrovich Julia Blosser Dianne Blum Bill Bowman Suzanne Braden I Terry Brandon rl Sally Braun 'VCI .KJ QQ :J Don Breiiinger Ray Nafhaniel Bryanf i U dnl Nancy Burson Kalhleen Busch ' W Anne Bushfield Bernard Byrum Kennefh Caldabaugh Daniel Calvin Linda Campbell William Carman Bernice Carr David Casior Polliwogs WH T ..i L W zz- T' izi. A .4,i as 'xl ll X-'L an I 4- Ti fjfT'T' -k-' ' 1 lei Z '.: 4m X ,Jil ,TF 5, . H: Q! L. 5 ' V, vu. T V' , , A' . , 3 V 'iv tu Freshman Class Making new friends, adjusting to a few regulations, and becoming a part of time- honored traditions, the freshmen, picking their various ways through strange corridors. felt the first loving bonds of THS. Staring down from the "shelf," this year's ninth-grade crew felt slight twinges of envy as they longingly eyed the upperclassmcn and dreamed of the days to come when they. esteemed sophomores. would be privileged to occupy the "ground" floor. 5 7- 1' ' X T TE .rv --:in eg. -L 17- XX x..:i,s Gebxgg Q QE "T"' "" " A: 1y.,3iT"-f"Ewf fl '5' Jean Cafiano gtg 'z Tom Chaflfciian Vis Y via 9 C aire C ar e l r P, Lynne Clarlre -I, XZ' , Penny Clarke A il i I Randy CluHer W Charlene Coleman Donald Combs V 5 7- 'F Connie Conaway M' 'f V Don Cool: 1 Bl KM. :'1' :', - Jane Cook A bi" ' .A -'I .1 Jean Cool: W1 Raymond Coole ll Patricia Criswell Brenda Cuchfa , Q 3 ' 6 V lf' Linda Danehari t J' A - ' Gary Daniel A L X' . L -:- 5 35 as Barbara Darnley " Sm Joan Davis I Sharon Dean .9 W , -f . Howard Deem X V ' ,Q 'il , Pauline Demerslri "' 'S If -- at ' Barbaga Lee Denhe A.. ' .1 R I D T I L A t will Lucannas Diilrljn S emp e , Q C W ii Linda Dieclcmann , ta" V ,s 1 : s 1 Brent Diefenbach A - . 16 Curt Diefenbach ' ti ,, " John Doblcin 1 l i Z Yi' ' Sharon Douglas f - .77 7' ""' Y' Carol Downs Q V Caliherine Drahos - " ,fe 1, Ro erf Dyer - U ' ,rl X Q.:.LZ Howard Edelman -'21 ' A F ,E .T ., Fredrick Elliot? 1 't 1 . ' gh I A 15 Q ,F H zlz, 5 Phyllis Emerling VX fx'P'--..: x I' Y' Eflxx E-fl: 1 X I . l l David ETNBS "" iff? I 'W A Sha ron Evans i f ::'f -7 3 1 ' V' , Dianna Felfon ? 'V W K ' 1 ' ' -- f ' I 1 1 ,QQ Sandy Figareili ' V fg g E, . '- - ' 97 Q 11,':3l' ' ' 7 Ellen Firsienberqer 1 ggi Z1 5 - l "f Q f','L'.- H X , ' Lois Ann Fliclr Q 'QQ V AW is ' Y ' Rodlyn Flinn D 5 f., , V , '- -:-'-'f 2-: A Pelfel' Fox ' A ' -H'ff gfwfffffei ' f 'H' A 1 ' Tj' - I -' -Q Y. N F H' Qffjjgirz Nancy Francis Q' Aw fly' 5 ' 2' " ' 'QT ' N ' 1 ,-, 'H George Ganfzer I - i th. X V ' wg ' in I.. . 'b 5" ,- Gary - r ,,i:l. E 1 f 'A E ' 2 Mary GaHen 'V - V? ' ' ri ' 1 ' ' : - John Gaynor .,, s -5' if W 'ii-J - Q .N-" V . ' 53915 ' f, . ' A - Edna Gee J. I S. . A , A I . Sumnne Gehringer 1il1?f?Pl?V5f " ,. ..:. ? .- "' 1 Dolores Jean Genlher , ,,, 3 3, ' ' if 'X a Susan Gilberf " - L' Qf fjl i ' rj 1 1 Ronald Giles 7 , ' ' J yr ' Q . - lilly ' 7 " Charles Gilmore y f sl Aw ' ,' 'F l' W. ..:, ' x ' 4 l Ann Glascoclr D ---' Q - K- ' 'lf X ' 'Q " Jim Gould v My Y 9 Q A -A " H MW?-V ir - - - Roberf Gould X, -1 , Fri'--1-L-g ,,i:.:" 51? Y, , sei! A Joan Gray - 'ggi H J is g A1223-2 Rohm Green , X. --s--- fi gig as Ee 'Q E ,N Sara Gregory ,. ' 2 f V , ,V ., ' L- 1 Q I . . ' ' Tolliver Grimes . sv. ' Y ' ? 'Ai' ,A - - Fred Groux 4., 1 1 -,1 IL '-"1 A .Ei -vf 1, 4 Kafhleen Grover , ff il, mm Chl , .,., el ,W ,,f '.gg, ,., ,,,, .,, Rodger Haberfield Zi " "i ff ':" 7 'I W Fm ' ., 5 ":' 5" - H ' ' V I. F 5- ,K 'f .E.f:'!!1' 31'5f . . n .' ' . Chauncey Hall V335 :hi , 3 gin 2 I ai, Charles Harris I - 'Q ' 'T ., v fl' . sm I . - Carol Lynne Haugh .,.,, if ": "' 'Q f I' , ' Q7 u Henry Hawkins 275 . lily .. -, 1.. ,tr -,N 5 . Richard Hawkins 'V' 1 f"" 4' ' 1-,-L ' 51' , 3 3 " ' , ' A, " . l I Roberia Hawkins ' J rf ' lg ' yr il ,Eff A' I 11, If Ii, JU" , kv' fm ,ff ,Ji :X I lai' I- ,f-N T X Y . Us Y ffl e its -T. G-asf? ff E- Casting x-Rei.: -CEXCE XR Q- G: XXSQ- - N SQ- 58 Ann Glascoclr, Dianna Felion, and Ru+l1 Liffle sign oul' of sfudy hall for a library period. Judiih Anne Helsel. Brenda Cuchia, and Siephen Lowman scan fha harvesfs reaped in re- cenf years by Liffle Red afh- lefes. K-5 Ghz of .N QQ " N3 ,Y , A: 'Ti X GF' 3 ' x R fl .br will xlll ,fix in zwmzjl xrdll ' Hifi I J 1 pf - ,. I- : 532, , Elwood Heffron l I W Lf " ffl' Judifh Anne Helsel I 11 Llgii 5 fg Roberf Henwood 1 P x Lg f- 23' 1, - Linda Hicks l - 5 W . 4: 1? ' Q 'L',"' sf- if Jack 1-n++ E1 Q ' -- L. V . Pafricia Jane Holman A P I A in A I 7 Lynn Diana Holmes John Homburg ' -- f i f - f-f-'- 1. ' "?""f J o o of H .- in :,: l'-gm ll l N . . rw af.. -' - J ' 'jp ' ' l J 'V v afw- ' gy -. y V X av 7 '., P: .-S, , l Q1'Ei?': Q ' l J A A if ,.,, i ,,,,, . .g ar-..a.ef:.,.::..1f 12' I ,mg I 1 if aim ,,, ,L 1 R A .. V K 1 my Mg, Ronnie Howard Roberi Hughes Marianne Jefferson Raymond Johnson Fayefia Jones Jane Jungling Karen Kennedy 7 v 2. is 2 H .1 ' .. ' ls::':a:sa::a:2- . ,VH i .,: 3, .g if , Joyce Ann Kibby y,.g,,- J f, Q Judifh Kidd , V , A 1 "" .. Bobby Knicely X' V' ig K f 'il' QQ? ig' f '1" Robert Kurner Rh .f X Y .. 4, .I lgeeclls P . .,,, I S ,, ., K1 ,,: . ep en ET ore L I. 5" "l' ' --QT " 3 iii eano' es 'e ' '- , G K Blair Levine .- , I gi'-3 ...E " 1 41 Carolyn Lifman Z 4, r - A f if Q Rufh LiHle , r' T .ll J ,W Sfengen Lvwngan . 'g, I! Q . -, '-Eff. g -QI, .4 . ,. My Deir re Mars . V, J -' ja: -1, 4 if 'H 4' A Judy Marsh F' -H ---rf gg .5 ' Rohm Marshall . 5 W, ' M1 'f'i,.ELi21 , David Mazur "4 vii 5 Ll.. .... Z "': ' Samuel McElwaine W if ,if Eli !j'lifi': Jerrell McGill 'P lf rfb " ft" 'T Maxann McMillen ' p fi' 3 "' A Tim McNincl'1 . , 1-' ,. . . .J -f 3 '- .,.,. Rex Mefzgar 59 xxx X. X-N Y' x Y. xifsiip WSC? e 's'vb"'w:-r axis-E-af xxa- Bernice Mifcham Joseph Monlalbano Joyce Morris Charleife Muldoon Judy Mulvey Ronald Nash Lawrence Nelson Charles Noll James Noll Carolyn Noriemann Donna Null James Orfh Linda Orfh Frances Pagliari Keni Pascoli Terpsilhea Paulos George Pauloviclrs Sue Pelkey Richard Peniclc Anfonio Pefrosino Heifie Jo Pefficord Larry Piclcerinq Pamela Pillcin Gene PiHman Arnold Prager Louise Quinn Arlene Rankin James Reed Barbara Ann Rei+h Judilh Rigqle Kay Riggle Charles Robinson Geneva Robinson Grace Robinson Judifh Robinson Z5 Y ,- ,Cy ' 1 lffbfri K filfj' ff L, , , -I 4, X-ff f 'ijjlix ifl""Lfl'i fi ,1 " "fm, HC? ,-. -TLV x f . l-iv, f 1 rua K Barbara Ann Reifh, Louise Quinn, and Ken? Pascoli lool: "down"-lwearfed because of sfep resfricfions. Maiden X ?W' xi 5, 505 'Tc 7 -' " Hi :ggrgel fix: I xs T: M yedl w '-,iq N 1' ,U vc: if "lg I 9 'B + if. .. sg? A UI 1 v B A u Z wvfx- A' 'xr 'L ,, . I L ' fa! l vii l I , , .A A J riruf'fwwaQ,yH ff QNJLJ I-1 lb' 1 ,V J! ,li in N lib' CMM XL I 7 f Ml!! LU Mr ll ' is fill: A l Z 1 i I f A .:, - , 12,1-La.35'1z fl?-'I' .,"' ' N 1" , . Alf? ' . I . no , 5' W ll r fa Q! dx 5 Wy J W' J Il ' . 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V gl V.,V .V --HV. .',v-2A..,'1"' " MA' V I' I 'AJ'-, AA' mf .V - 'A 'bu- ' V-H13 ' V ? ? YZ? 3 cf STUDENT COUNCIL-Bottom row, left to right: S. Emblen, J. Neuhart, S. Harrington, F. Compagnone, R. Wilson, B. Van Ness. B. Lewis, L. Ortl-x. Second Row: J. Gray, B. Bell, E. Hess, S. Gilmore, J. Barrett, V. Hood, H. Gardner, R. Levin, Miss iizatgetlg Anne Meek. Third Row: D. Fetherling, H. Dannenberg, A. Jones, R. Stone, J. Gibson, R. Pierce, J. Miles, B. erus or . THS Benefits From Activities, Laws of Student Council Comprised of outstanding students of the freshman, sophomore, junior. and senior classes. Tridel's Student Council provided a framework of laws and honor by which Oak Parkers governed themselves. In the 1958-'59 term the representatives served plebes as guides for Freshman Night, and at the twelfth annual Open House provided the same guidance for Little Red parents. Under the co-sponsorship of Miss Elizabeth Anne Meek and Glenn R. Schreiber, the Out- the-Pike House of Representatives voted six outstanding Triads "StudenI-of-the-Month" awards, sold book covers, pencils, and paper. Social enterprises included "Twi'rp Week." Climaxed by a danceg a semi-formal affair in Oglebay Park's Pine Roomg and daily noon dancing. Student Council delegates represented Tridel at Jacksons Mill and at a three-day State Leadership Conference in Morgantown. ,4'gt-YQ -T ' -L-L 'LES R X if x ,X is X5 W , ll, :'j,,,, l A if . 5,1 . f .Q 4-15. ff sf" ex - . A ,dere -xx Xt f t H S N ' I -.l1ggaX.f, , X,Q',,'. x 8 l ,fha I 7' f if , X X-, ,f X its' lui kg-y, X 01.5 .KX . fs ,' 'qi' pig., i , '-L -D-21 XX' U11 f Rash' cu ,xVT:.-.. i x I, X I FR .. i 1 Richard Stone assists Sylvia Gilmore in advertising the Stu- dent Council's semi-formal dance. 64 1 te A Travelers upon "El Camino Real." or the royal road. who had earned an "A" in first-semester Spanish or a "C" and above during the first six weeks of Spanish ll were eligible for mem- bership in the Spanish Club as were those who had completed the two-year Spanish course. Sponsored by Miss Margaret Moore. the senores and senoritas journeyed "South of the Border" the second Thursday of each month. Meetings were enlivened by competitive Spanish word games anzl brain -taxing skits presented in Spanish. Bingo played in "el espanol" proved to be twice as enjoyable and re- quired twice as much concentration. Christmas customs ob- served hy Latin Americans also provided an informative and vivid session. Prospective "socios" ot' the club were required to appear in authentic peasant costumes for initiation. Spanish Students Say 'Si, Si' to Varied Ventures SPANISH CLUB-Bottom Row, lelf fo right: M. Carney, L. Ernst, R Wallace M Haake E Fisch r S Dean B Denfzer H. Zimmerman, D. Miles. Second Row: T. Byrum, A. Sheikovilz, S. Ewing J Youngman R De Armey S Trach L Cornell M. Faller, N. Roth, A. Zimmerman, Miss Margaret Moore, R. Upton. Third Row M Guelker D Heusel J Park T Burch F. Hembert D. Fetherling, M. Byrum, B. Callahan, C. Van Wie. l 1 5 t we 5 l l W W. u . was , !1 Em: w s we . 'wife' . A eg?-ii lie!"-fl Bedeclted in togas, four Roman citizens, alias Stephen wi -e ,mi H -W, Brooks, Mary Ann Yates, Carol Ann Korn, and Lynne Baker, examine the Latin calendar presented to Miss Audrey Lazear, sponsor. seam - a fi l B 1 5- t as V 1 . at ., a .:. P 84' s W 11. ll, Latin Linguists Revive Roman Facts and Fashions Required to have an UA" at the completion of Latin 1 or a HB" for the first semester of Latin Il, Classical Club members met every fourth Tuesday under the capable guidance of Miss Audrey Lazear. Donning togas. initiates of this 30-year-old organization went on a treasure hunt for articles appearing on a list that was written in Latin. Activities for the year included a book review, "Roman Life," by Susan Broverman, .loan Bailey, and Linda Jean Strothmang a contest for translating Latin mottoes into Englishg the pre- sentation of a Roman calendar to Miss Lazearg the singing of Christmas Carols in Latin. For their Yuletide contribution members circled the tree in the first-Hoor hall. Farewells were bade at the closing Roman-style banquet held in May, at which time officers for 1959-1960 were installed. CLASSICAL CLUB-Bottom Row, left to right: S. Ewing, L. Winesdorter, B. Rubinstein, E. Cook, G. Wildemann, K. Mundie S. Broverman, H. Maness, R. Weissman, J. Miles, L. Strothman, P. Stocker. Second Row: D. Junltins, L. Hamilton, L. Rosen S. Hathaway, L. Cornell, K. Ridgway, B. Lyle, J. Schmeichel, K. Rosenberg, R. Nelson, S. Wallis, G. Gwynne, L. Levine, B Metigar, J. Neuhart, M. Byrum, H. Zimmerman, K. Butler, J. Barrett, M. Miller. Third Row: S. Fisher, F. Swiger, J. Hercules E. Rider, L. White, H. Gardner, H. Gonter, S. Gilmore, J. Bailey, D. Delaney, M. Weisenborn. J. Broemsen, B. Bell, J. Vel lenowelh, S. Harrington, L. Hood, S. McCormick, K. Friebertshauser. Fourth Row: Miss Audrey Lazear, N. Murphy, L. Calvin J. Youngman, R. Levin, S. Miller, C. Reass, V. Mitchell, S. Emerson, B. Beristord, J. Gibson, C. Gellner, S. Vail, S. Trach, S Meyer, N. Nesbitt, R. Klabano, V. Porter, B. Gross. ssggw 1 H sg-'gig is . Ti- sn s. E rises Emi sammy KWSN mm . , ,K tiwtfiwmiggg-as faxsmiamllm B E13-'H nl ' N E txx fi he na J H3 . es 17 fc 'Q Wi' is use - J t- 1 ss V . :E if FRENCH CLUB-Boliom Row, leff fo right: C. Gayhearl. L. McAlarney, L. Rogers, S. Reiier, B. Rubinslein, J. Barreli, K. Builer, K. Riclgway, J. Schmeichel. Second Row: P. Brennan, B. Mallcoffg G. Gynne, L. Rosen, V. Hood. S. Gilmore, B. Haclsell, K. Yoor, J. Park, S. Vail, Miss Elinor Nally. Third Row: D. Delaney, G. Poor, S. Harringfon, D. Junkins, J. Vellenowel-h, S. Emer- son, M. Wallace, V. Miichell, K. Rosenberg. Filles Francaises Feature Parisian Parleys Motivated by the desire to create a wider appreciation of France and its customs. this year's French Club. under the direction ol' Miss Elinor Nally. brought Parisian festivity to THS. Gay Paree provided the basis for the first-semester initiation. New members, arrayed in the colors and costumes Beile Louise Hadsell and Jean Vellenoweih, French Club ol can-can dancers. displayed their art at noon dancing. members' examine a map of France in order +0 become beltler acquainlecl wiih the couniry they are siudying. At a regular monthly meeting, Miss Mary A. Erskine. L a previous French tourist. provided the members with a travelogue of her visit to this colorlul European country. A film on France. its people and its landmarks. was the feature ot' the March gathering. Besides business meetings. the club presented devotions in assembly. contributed to the Junior Red Cross and year- book drives. and held the traditional "Day-of-the-Fish" tApril IJ Bake Sale. A French-style banquet concluded the Parisian activities of these enterprising Little Reds. 67 3 QUILL 8: SCROLL-Seated, leff fo right: Karen Rosenberg, Lynda Cornell, Marnie Miller, Paula Stocker Standing Judy Youngman, James Compagnone, Sandra Reirer, Linda McAl-arney, Vici Hood, Chris Van Wie Sarah Traclu Bill Woods Dorothy Junltins. Quill S Scroll Society Accepts Five New Members For superior endeavors and individual achievement in journalism, Quill 8: Scroll, international honorary society for secondary writers, accepted five Little Reds as members during 1958-1959. Headed by Robert H. Porter, director of Tridel's award- winning publications, the Red and Black chapter was named to honor Miss Mary A. Hervey, sponsor of "The Triad" and The Triadelphian for 22 years. To merit membership in this selective organization, a journalist was required to be at least of junior standing and in the upper third of his class in scholastic attainment, to be an outstanding writer, and to be recommended by his adviser and the executive secretary of the international organization. Upon meriting admittance, members received the gold pin of the society, a yearls subscription to the magazine "Quill and Scrollj' and an individual certificate. , , . ,- -I ' , ' l 41,4 17 . ff? f, fy 1 6,232 4' , . +7 Y- ist X .1 f er xx if - f ef' QYQL .X',,r . if'7X2I'?1A'6- Y-,veg 6, .1 g z' .A 4 2. f, :.?""'f':'l:w"1'5"'i1--' X , 451 "'V f" 75 f' f 'ez 4 Q 68 James Compagnone and Chris Van Wie Quill 8: Scroll members, complete work on the senior section of "The Triad." ig .I If .. X em.. M .QUEEN as -W -maxim new . E . W .HE W M was ms w sw- 'i'M omazswag E515 waaagr lsgmgratxiii 'K in -is an MW misses emma M r s ,E it - - . .. ss- H H L. me H is it :w.an.1-, A . s-Us .fantasies Q, mm MASQUERS AND THESPIANS Boffom Row left fo right: J. Elbert J. Schmeichel, L. Winesdorfer, R. Gantzer, B. Lewis, L. Calvin S Emblen M Franklin V Hood K Rosenberg, L. Cornell, M. Byrum, H. Maness. Second Row: M. Hartman. J. Neuhart H Gardner F Le Pore C SPBIgl'll R. Stone, B. Berisford, C. Brand, E. Coolr, Miss Mary A. Erskine. Third Row: B Bell L Stroihman L Rosen S Trach M Faller, K. Mundie. K. Margaretes. Little Red Actors Stage Comedies, Holiday Presentation With the triditionil Lights' Action! . . . Try that againl' the Little Red Masquers and Thespians opened the c.uitnn to 1 strgeful of comedy and solemn scenes for the 1958-'59 season. Premiering with "The Sisters Macintosh," the THS troupe was Linder the praising. but perfecting, watchfulness of Miss Mary A. Erskine. Continuing their tour of the realm of drama, the Oak Park actors staged "He, Who Walks in Love," a dramatic presentation in observance of the Christmas season. February's production was a perennial comedy, "The Devil and Miss Appleby." Behind-the-scenes' crews were also busy earning the 100 hours of stagecraft required by the National Thespian Society. Prop and costume committees, script holders, announcers, and stage hands contributed to the "finished product." Mrs. Clifford Bell, Wheeling, explained the art of voice per- fection to the 30 members in one of the club's special Wednesday programs. Linda Winesclorfer, Janet Lee Schmeichel, and Joseph Lykins rehearse their roles for "He, Who Wallis in Love," a one-act Christmas drama. 69 .ss Claudia Gayhearf, Bill Woods, and John Beda dummy a page for a 'future issue of The Triaclelphian. Energy, Enthusiasm, Expert Guidance- Ingredients of Staff Printers ink had little time to dry before the I2 and 1 occupants of Room 302 were proofreading and re-reading the latest endeavors of perfection-striving journalists. Penning headlines. cutlines, and copy. dummying The Triadelphian, mounting glossy prints, pre- paring for formal and informal photos. checking page proofs and galley. Counting word space. dash- ing frequently to the printing plant and to the photographers' studios. and returning to homegrounds remained among the essential ingredients in keeping the Fourth Estaters' "gray matter" in working order. With the expert counseling and guidance of Robert H. Porter and the staff's ceaselcss ellorts. The Triadelphian, under the editorship of Karen Rosenberg, merited State. National. and interna- tional honors. Precious memories were instilled into Little Red hearts forever. when in May, "The 1959 Triad," under Lynda Cornell's editing. was distributed among hundreds of eager Oak Parkers. "THE TRIAD" THE TRIADELPHIAN STAFF Seated leff fo right' Karen Rosenberg Linda McAlarney Lynda Cornell John Becla Standing Robert H Porter adviser James Compagnone Clauclla Gayheart Sandra Renter Chris Van Wie Vic: Hood Sarah Trach David Roberts Bill Woods journalistic Endeavors, Incorporated . . . First-year journalists aided by veteran stall' members penned The Triadelphian, Volum: XLV, into Oak Park service. Striving for exactness and envisioning their stories in print. these fledgling Fourth Estatcrs utilized galley, blue book. dictionary. thesaurus. headline chart. clip sheets. and print shop in meticulous preparation lor each ot' the 10 editions ot' the four-. six-. or eight- page papers. To alleviate the costs of Oak Park publications. the Little Red reporters compiled and sold student directories, made up and solicited ads, secured yearbook patrons. and sponsored "Snow Time '58." Tridel's annual variety show. Lynda Cornell. yearbook editor. emceed the two-night benefit. Perfection in print having been received by the assistance of Robert H. Porter, adviser, the journalists garnered three coveted publication honors: The Columbia Scholastic Press Medalist. Quill and Scroll International Honor Award, and West Virginia University First Honors. +A:-, Alvin Lee Frank, Andrea Niehaus, and Sallie Meier read galley for The Triadelphian. Tenderfoot Scribes Assist Versatile Veterans FIRST-YEAR JOURNALISTS-Boffom Row, left fo right: B. Bruce, L. Strothman, M. Haake, S. Meyer. S. Meier, E. O'Shielcls, J. Youngman, M. Carney. A. Niehaus, L. Johnson. Second Row: R. Klabano, J. Cunningham, B. Gross, T. Berisford, A. Frank, R. Hess, F. Le Pore, E. Hess, D. Junltins, P. Stocker. i r it it L .. ' ,w1',l K? , "WWF 4 31" ' ' Yup V i.-f .z ' -es. i ie .mf in X , , iv t , , 5, 7 2532-use E .V L? w if i xv i i JUNIOR TOWN MEETING-leff fo right: J. W. Cochran, Kay Mundie, Richard Hayes, Linda White, Karen Rosenberg, Sarah Trach, James Gibson, Miss Mary A. Erskine. Foursome Debates US Stand in Foreign Aggression "Should the United States protect small nations from foreign aggression until the United Nations acts?" This was the topic debated by four Tridel students for Junior Town Meeting ot' the Air. broadcast over Station WWVA, Nov. 1, 1958. Linda White and Richard Hayes, affirmative speakers, stressed that to protect world peace the United States must act quickly to stop aggression. The UN's action is constantly weakened by the stalling of Communists. On the other hand, Karen Rosenberg and Sarah Trach. who had the negative side. pointed out that it is the duty of the United States to work through, and not instead of, the UNL other- wise, this country's motives of intervening are misunderstood. and detrimental propaganda may flourish. Following the arguments. several students asked questions of panel members. Dr. Chandler Shaw, Bethany Collegei acted as moderator. ra fx. I , Junior Richard Hayes and Senior Karen Rosenberg discuss arguments for the annual Junior Town Meeting of the Air. i Martha Lee Byrum, Linda White, and James Compagnone, mem- bers of the National Honor Society. present a new flag to , Principal W. J. Farmer. if-gl 1? wx W ,!' NHS Advocates Outstanding Scholarship, Character Outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service were the essential qualities advocated and main- tained by Tridel's National Honor Society. Miss Adda L. Dunlap and J. W. Cochran served as co-sponsors of this organization that limited its member- ship to l5 per cent of the senior class and 5 per cent of the junior section. Induction services were held April 17 in assembly. Among the various beneficial activities undertaken by this honorary group during the 1958-1959 term were the maintaining of the "Thought-for-the-Week" boards in both the girls' and boys' study hallsg posting of typed schedules at each classroom doorg conducting a devotional service in assemblyg selling football tags to promote better support of thc team: purchasing and presenting a new American flag to Triadelphia High School. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-left fo right: James Compagnone, Karen Rosenberg, Sarah Trach, Linda White, Miss Adds L. Dunlap, J. W. Cochran, Martha Lee Byrum, Debbie Delaney, Chris Van Wie. Joan Neuhart. 2+:"e' A L-'vrfqz-gmz: ar:r'fx. ..mxzmwsbwtr'.e:...w.si1s.w..,t.:as.sf avx.w.:1..w:.. .ma SCIENCE CLUB-Bottom Row, left fo right: C. Van Wie, M. Stewart, B. Rubinstein, L. Rosen, G. Gwynne, L. Levine, J. Neuhardt, J. Bailey, M. Byrum, B. Lyle, J. Schmeichel, K. Riclgway, J. Youngman, R. Nelson. Second Row: P. Price, S. Mc- Cormick, L. White, L. Rogers, K. Butler, J. Barrett, P. Gribben, S. Love, C. Chambers, L. Cornell, K. Rosenberg, K. Margaretes. Third Row: J. Hercules, S. Hathaway, M. Guellter, E. Cook, J. Miles, B. Strauch, J. Gibson, R. Weissman, H. Dannenberg, D. Fetherling, K. Yoor, M. Weisenborn, L. Johnson, S. Emerson. Fourth Row: C. Reass, V. Mitchell, S. Trach, S. Meyer, S. Wallis, M. Faller, D. Weber, J. Osborne, L. Brockardt, M. Wallace, B. White, B. Woods, B. Berisford, L. McAlarney, E. Meagle. Educational Experiments Lure Triad Scientists to Lab "Senior Martian Day?" queries Junior Barry Beris- ford, as he observes Martha Stewart, Science Club initiate. ,Zft Wx f ,f ',l ff! it my it Displaying unquenchable curiosity in the scientific realm, members of Tridel's Science Club held their twice-monthly meet- ings in order to probe the mystic realm of tomorrow's world. At each get-together these junior scientists conducted various practical experiments that advanced their knowledge and reason- ing. Aside from performing these numerous tests, participants also observed visual aids, heard and delivered reports. and dis- cussed current scientific advancements. Students maintaining an average of "B" in either chemistry or physics were eligible for admittance. Under the capable spon- sorship of A. R. Milligan. this year's group was composed of 55 juniors and seniors. Members climaxed the events of the term by touring a num- ber of local industries. where they delved into numerous manu- facturing processes that dealt with physical science. 74 Biologists Karen Yoor and Lucinda Hood ponder specimens preserved for posterity. Nature Enthusiasts Explore Realms of Scenic Beauty Under thc sponsorship ol' J. C. Bullard. nature enthusiasts met the tirst Monday of every month in Room 310. Each Triad desiring membership in this Red and Black organization submitted a 50-word write-up cnumerating the reasons for wishing to become attiliated with 'l'ridel's Nature Club. Older members judged the contents ol' these short essays and selected the authors of the best as initiates. Activities tor the 1958-l959 year were colorful slides of numerous birds that were presented by Miss Edna Bowles and James Denham of Oglebay Instituteg a tour of the John Dieckmann 8: Sons Greenhousesg a nature walk. This Oak Park unit was also invited to attend the Sun- day afternoon nature programs in Oglebay Park. NATURE CLUB-Bottom Row, left to right: B. Beck, S. Clarke, P. Stocker, F. Compagnone, C. Gayheart, S. Reiter, B. Lyle, J. Schmeichel, K. Ridgway, K. Butler, A. Niehaus, S. Emblen, S. Meier, N. Nesbitt. Second Row: J. C. Bullard, M. Kayuha, C. Miller, B. Malkoff, L. Levine, J. Youngman, G. Gwynne, P. Price, D. Delaney, K. Yoor, L. Rosen, V. Hood. S. Harrington, M. Byrum, M. Haake. Third Row: N. Moore, J. Murphy, J. Corkran, J. Watkins, S. Hathaway, M. Guelker, B. Callahan, P. Johnson, M. Drawneck, B. Lewis, S. Lang, E. O'Shields, J. Vellenoweth, C. Sargent. ., 1 1 2 2'--,J Y' 1 t I t . , l . , . . v ' Xtra, ' ' 'ian if , ,F Q ms.. 4. Y .W . . t ,WK 3 ., ,. A0 t. I X '-'f ,. itz- tt . i .t s. , -Ltr . t iq tj, nmwa t eau, Q ,wee aloe Q 525 it M. time ... are mira:-Q as 4 -. - Ywiitirf as PY52 Eeitigzirlii 2 ' ttffP5i's'2gstk3 1 ' , . E! . . ,Riisgiis pimms use Additions to the Triclel Library are posted by Sen iors Sally Love and Linda Jean Fresch. 'ld is Approved Aides Give Ardent Assistance in Library Little Reds acquiring a "B" average and the endorsement of two teachers, plus the sanction of Miss Sarah F. White, librarian and sponsor of the Library Club, were eligible to join this organization. Besides mending and rearranging books, sending overdue notices to negligent Oak Parkers, and keeping the library in good order for the use of Tridel's students, the 18 members helped ready new publications for circulation. These assistant librarians met the fourth Thursday of each month and heard a book review, pre- pared and delivered by one of the members. Portions of these once-monthly sessions were devoted to additional library chores. To conclude the year the girls held a picnic 'nd elected ofltcers fox the next school seison LIBRARY CLUB Boffom Row left' fo rrghf B Binger P Earnest L Fresch S Ewing L Baxter S Phillips J Campbell S Love Second Row Miss Sarah F White J Selcoral J Bonnesen K Yoor L Holleibach M Wensenborn S Roclenlsaugh C Medrol: J Elbert M Nuzum S Francis M Drawnec c , L '. i l .' . i. . - , : . , . , . Q . . , . , . I . I . - f . , . , . , . I . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . .- tt. it .:. it .-at-..:.::.: : it ,JAM . ' ' it .... 1.:.,..:,..:.,.:.:, ,, ...., - , - ,...., YM, , . .,. , , FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: L. Winesdorfer, M. Franklin, E. Rider, L. McAlarney, C. Gay- hearf, F. Compagnone, B. Rubinsiein, G. Gwynne, J. Neuharf, J. Barreii, S. Ewing, B, Malltoff, K. Ridgway, J. Schmeichel Second Row: P. Pavilaclr, J. Vellenowefh, D. Junlrins, B. Lyle, D. Heusel, L. Rosen, M. Guellcer, K. Frieberfshauser, S. Miller L. Fresch, P. Gribben, L. Ernst, J. Broemsen, J. Bonnesen, B. Bell, R. Nelson. Third Row: E. Fischer, S. Halhaway, L. Hood M. Kayuha. L. Hollerbach, K. Mundie, S. Francis, V. Mitchell, E. Hess, J. Elbert, S. Emerson, V. Krieger, M. Krieger, S. Meier Tomorrow's Teachers Sample Prospective Profession Judith Broemsen, Gloria Gwynne, and Sandra Emerson further lheir educalional underslandtng by reading a copy of "The NEA Journal sub scr'becl lo by 'lhe Fulure Teachers of Ame 'I'ridel's P. E. King Chapter of the Future Teachers of America sought to acquaint prospective educators with the different phases of teaching. Mrs. Margaret Dobbs, in whose classroom meetings were held the first and third Tuesday of each month. sponsored the FTA. Members of the organization were required to be of sophomore, junior. or senior status, and each was required to maintain an aver- age of at least a MB." Events during '58-'59 included a bake sale and a talk on teacher certification by Laddie R. Hell, assistant professor of education at West, Liberty State College. To conclude their program of the year, members participated in a day ol' practice teaching in the elementary schools of Elm Grove and Woodsdale. l FUTURE MEDICAL CAREERS-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: R. Goldberg, S. Gilberr, C. Drahos, D. Allen, F. Kirchner, S. Jenni, A. Quinn, M. S'lewar'l', S. Lang, B. Hadsell, P. Price, K. Burson, A. Vargo. Second Row: L. Johnson, A. Fox, M. Nolfe, S. Bruno, S. Fisher, R. Levin, J. Youngm'an, B. Binger, M. Hile, L. Koehler, M. Yafes, L. Felerson, A. Niehaus, J. Wesflalce, C. Roih, L. Hamillon, M. Hill, J. Wilkins, J. Slab, M. Jewell, P. Jaquay. Third Row: R. Wallace, B. Behrens, P. Johnson, K. Dicalrie, C. Evans, M. Miller, S. Harringlon, L. While, H. Gardner, H. Gonier, M. Nuzum, J. Corltran, B. Klein, D. Miles, L. Hehr, K. Mullarliey. Fourflr Row: B. Miller, S. Broverman, J. Wallcins, C. Sargent, D. Weber, S. Lunau, N. Colson, J. Elberl, K. Muenze, S, Vail, S. Wallis, N. Nesbill, S. Niehaus, E. Meagle. Medically-Minded Maidens Plan 'Capped' Careers Miniature models of ihe human sltelelon pro- vide inferesling companions for Joan Corlcran, Linda Hamilron, and Paula Jayne Jaquay, mem- bers of rhe Fulure Medical Careers Club. ENG it Seeking to become acquainted with the various aspects of medicine, 62 Tridel girls assembled the third Wednesday of each month to discuss their contemplated. futures. Miss Phyllis A. Beneke, dean of girls, sponsored the Future Medical Careers organization and was assisted by Mrs. J. E. Spargo and Mrs. A. J. Niehaus, members of the Woman's Auxiliary to the Ohio County Medical Association. An initiation was held at the first meeting. and a guest speaker lectured at the sessions that followed. Spokesmen this year included Peggy Milligan '57, a junior nurse at the Martins Ferry Hospital, whose subject was nurses trainingg Mary Ann Sabol, a junior at the North Wheeling Hospital, who spoke on the recovery room. During February the FMC'ers held a bake sale. ln the spring the girls spent a day touring the Weirton Recreation Center. 78 Securing one of the many posters produced by the Ari Club, Mary Ruth Hill and Robert Upton prove "il thai' the services of this organizalion were sought by 'f various other Oal: Park groups. 1 Artistic Triczds Specialize in Varied Scenic Designs 'Displaying an unusual mastery of crafts and colors, TrideI's 25 Art Club members. sponsored by Anthony Peck, met the second Friday of each month in Tridelis Art Room. Initiation of new members. having been previously chosen for their neatness, originality, and clcverness in competitive designs. commenced the year's activities. Providing scenery for 'KSnow Time i58," the two-night publications benefitg "He Who Walks in Love." a Masquers' presentationg and the Christmas program of'vocal music, concluded the club's activities for the first semester. Following a Jan. 30 bake sale, 10 Triad artists participated in a city-wide high-school decorating project at a local department store. Furnished with the necessary props, each team of two trimmed a showcase and used a Valentine motif. Each duo attempted to produce an appealing array of merchandise and a suitable atmosphere. 'Throughout the year. the Art Club provided posters for club projects, decorations for dances, and back'- grounds for various stage presentations. ART CLUB-Bofiom Row, leff fo righf: Francine Compagnone, Claudia Gayhearl, Robert Upton, Eugene Coolr, Patricia Bren- nan, Mary Ruth Hill. Second Row: Franl: Le Pore, Jeff Boerger, Anthony Peck, Jean Vellenowelh, Linda Jean S'lro+hm'an, Lynda Cornell, Karen Rosenberg, Carolyn Ricler, Kay Mundie, Nancy Rolh, La Verne Calvin, David Sebulslxy. John Mason. t Oglebay Park's Riding Academy provided the setting for the annual tryouts of Tridel's Riding Club. Judged by the old members, the girls exhibited their skill in mount- ing and dismounting, as well as their ability to guide their mount in a walk, trot, and canter. Those successful in these attempts underwent an initiation and became official members. Numerous business meetings were held during the school year of 1958-1959, and three rides were scheduled each semester. A cross-country ride and a picnic con- cluded the activities for the year. Pointed out Miss Mabel Scherich, sponsor, "Com- posed of those who enjoy the avocation of horseback riding, the Girls' Riding Club affords Tridel's equestriennes innumerable opportunities to exchange ideas and to discuss recent developments dealing with the equestrian art." , ti . l ' . ti . Xl .ft X' l ' N V 'SX 'X fx - -'lj sf in lg." .X '- ,. tj -si . ,. . - e x . X ' s xx Agqyfx , .V lux iz . if J. 'Qi 'r ' l I fl I X ' ' J , , .- . . , .1 H, Jean Jacobs, Katherine Dicltie, and Susan Clarke, Little Reel equestrian enthusiasts, evaluate their "horse sense." V ls I mtl! ui' X thx ixkyjf ,- Qi i , fi JY it X ,l3ii',3!V Little Red Riders Exemplify Equestrian Skills " LTRJN X,-'-X..J . Fx .Xt Veg' RIDING CLUB-Bottom Row, left fo light: S. Clarlce, M. Miller, J. Jacobs, L. Balmer. S. Armbrecht, L. Cornell. Second Row: J. Youngman, L. Davies, J. Clise, S. Wallis, M. Wallace, B. White. Third Row: N. McCleary, S. Lang, Miss Mabel Scherich, M. Stewart, H. Gonter, H. Gardner, 6. Poor, K. Dickie, C. Bodkin. ,X tk JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL-Boffom Row, leff fo riglif: S. Harrington, A. Vargo, S. Anderson, B. Bruce, J. Calfano R. Wilson. Second Row: F. Compagnone. L. Santo, P. Davis, S. Jenni, D. Carr, C. Bodltin, M. Miller, S. Lang, S. Sonderman Third Row: K. Ridgway, Mrs. Catherine Ebert Shields, M. Hill, J. Schmeichel, C. Chambers, M. Weisenborn, E. Firslenberger J. Marsh, J. Walltins, L. Hollerbach. Fourfh Row: D. McGrail, L. Koehler, J. Dirbas, C. Rider, L. Orih, C. Evans, J. Homburg Triad Council Assists Needy at Home and Abroad With the conclusion of the annual Membership Drive in November that netted a profit of ?1557.l3. the Junior Red Cross was again on its way to another year of service to the less fortunate. Solieited by a representative from each homeroom, the funds were turned over to the American Red Cross for aid in its many serviceable projects. Capahly sponsored by Mrs. Catherine Ebert Shields, the council consisted of three officers and a representative from each of Tridel's 29 homerooms. Meetings were held periodically through- out the year, and the final session was devoted to the election of officers for 1959-1960. Proceeds from a bake sale were given to CARE at Christmas time, and several Little Red organizations made voluntary contributions to this Yuletide project. N,..J Diann Carr, Jean Catiano, and Alexandria Vargo select valuable material for future reference from an official publication of the American Red Cross. Y-TEEN CABINET-Boffom Row, left fo right: Martha Lee Byrum, g A Claudia Gayheart, Marcia Franlr- is X, lin, Karen Ridgway, Eliza Rider, Susan MoCormicl:, Chris Van Wie. Second Row: Debbie Delaney, Sarah Trach, Miss Mary B. Win- ters, Joan Neuhart, La Verne Cal- vin, Miss Adda L. Dunlap, Linda White, Susan Emblen. . 71 N M yn-u J , V "lx yfffg li V f f . l szixgg tigll 'Goicien Keys to Friendship' Unite Y-Teen Members Tridel's largest organization, the Y-Teens, presented 16 varied programs during the 1958- 1959 school year. These included semi-formal and informal dances, guest speakers, fashion shows, a community-service project, and numerous eduzational demonstrations. Utilizing the theme "Golden Keys to Friendship," cabinet members were aided and advised in directing the club by Miss Adda L. Dunlap and Miss Mary B. Winters, Y-Teen sponsors. At the initial meeting, the year's program was previewed by the cabinet and the older mem- bers as a "Key to Fellowship" for prospective Y-Teens. Ninth graders were entertained at a party in the gym. SENIOR Y-TEENS-Bottom Row, left to right: L. Rogers, J. Nichols, C. Bushon, V. Benyo, D. Grubb, T. Vosviclc, D. Waslis, L. Archer, K. Margaretes, J. Jacobs, H. Zimmerman, M. Stewart, N. McCleary, S. Criswell. Second Row: G. Baker, J. Barton, P. Pavilaclr, E. Gellner, L. McAlarney. K. Butler, J. Barrett, M. Miller, L. Fresch, V. Porter, D. Carr, S. Fisher, J. Selcoral, V. Hood, S. Lang, C. Custer, S. Love, H. Gonter, H. Gardner, M. Stab, B. Hadsell, P. Price, R. Golclberg. Third Row: L. Baxter, P. Gribben, S. Gilmore, L. Hollerbach, K. Scott, R. Ganher, S. Rodenbaugh, M. Jewett, P. Jaquay, K. Elliott, R. Downs, L. Santo, C. Chambers, P. Davis, S. Hess, N. Murphy, J. Wheeler, P. Kozusnill, M. Walton. P. Richey, D. Banlcey. Fourth Row: B. Klein, F. Swiger, L. Johnson, S. Braden, B. Gicleon, C. Rentschler, K. Yoor, M. Weisenborn, D. Miles, L. Hehr, B. Miller, S. Meyer, M. Nuzum, H. Maness, K. Mundie. Fifth Row: V. Mitchell, M. Drawneclr, S. Francis, M. Faller, K. Thomas, S. Vail, S. Wallis, J. Corkran, G. Roberts, B. White, K. Rosenberg, S. Niehaus, L. Cornell, J. Montalbano. B. Matyia. All new members participated in an initiation ceremony in late September that continued the year's theme as a "Key to Opportunity." Repeating the Y-Teen code and singing the club song highlighted this get-together. Henry Mazer, conductor of the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra, spoke to the club on music appreciation, an important "Key to Culture." Mr. Mazcr illustrated his remarks with several piano selections. In late October Y-Teeners treated Wheeling's orphans to a "cartoon show." At another meeting .lohn Randolph, manager of the Wheeling Automobile Association. showed color slides of the United Nations and explained some ot' its functions. Linda Jo Dirbas receives her Y-Teen pin from Patricia Brennan. Paula Stocker ad- mires the sterling silver emblem. Initiation, Music, UN, and Movies Share Spotlight JUNIOR Y-TEENS-Bottom Row, lelf fo right: J. Sampson, S. Amend, B. Terelr, A. Vargo, J. Earnest, F. Compagnone, B. Rubinstein, B. Metzger, B. Schweizer, D. Eimer, J. Schmeichel, B. Lyle, G. Gwynne, B. Malkotf, J. Bailey, S. Hathaway, E. Dentzer. Second Row: H. White, L. Levine, M. Hill, P. Brennan, K. Burson, R. Schmalz, C. Gill, L. Hawkins, B. Bohlen, J. Youngrnan, L. Wayt, A. Fox, R. Nelson, M. Nolte, S. McCready, S. Ewing, C. Bodkin, D. Heusel, J. Park, S. Skedel. Third Row: J. Vellenoweth, M. Guellzer, L. Hood, L. Rosen, R. De Armey, G. Poor, D. Criswell, S. Harrington, D. Junlrins, B. Lewis, A. Sheilcovitz, N. Seamon, V. Bobiclc, S. Grandstaft, J. Campbell, S. Phillips, L. Dirbas, P. Earnest, L. Crossland, D. Neuhard, M. Castilow, J. Stab, S. Supler, E. Fischer, J. Vercellotti. Fourth Row: V. Vargo, R. Rice, C. Riggle, M. George, L. Tuttle, S. Bruno, E. Bartholomew, S. Roberts, B. Wallace, B. Young, L. Hamilton, C. Mecliclt, S. Jenni, C. Roth, S. Hendershot, M. Kayuha, S. Miller, P. Stoctlter, N. Nesbitt, J. Chipkar. Fifth Row: B. Barr, F. Muldoon, R. Robinson, L. Brockhardt, K. Muenze. M. Wallace, A. Shafer, R. Weisgerber, P. West, E. West, J. Vercellotti, C. Reass, S. Emerson, D. Weber, J. Moore, N. Horne, M. Krieger, E. Meagle. SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS-Bottom Row: left fo right: A. Rush, L. Winesdorter, B. Bruce, K. Amend, J. Criswell, J. Cunningham S. Jewett, E. Toland, S. Shoolr, D. Tennant, M. Genther, M. Wallace, S. Murphy, J. Schuler, C. Korn, E. Jacobs, N. Roth B. Ruble, F. Voitle, P. Auber. Second Row: A. Niehaus, B. Bingar, L. Elliott, S. Crossland, L. Sims, F. Kirchner, J. Dirbas N. Rapp, L. Herman, J. Reese, C. Eikey, S. Zanolli, S. Depto, L. Shaw, N. Dobrzynslti, I. Gary, N. Ferns, L. Ernst, B. Callahan M. Carney. Third Row: D. Allen, R. Wallace, J. Chambers, J. Broemsen, M. Mentz, L. Hough, S. Armbrecht, L. Baker, L Davies, C. Yoho, H. Miller, R. Levin, S. Meyer, P. Criswell, S. Lucci, K. Mullarlrey, J. Blosser. Fourth Row: J. Theiss, J Wilkins, J. Murphy, B. Behrens, N. Moore, S. Lewis, K. Dicilrie, E. Matthews, S. Johnson, S. Wallace, C. Colley, C. Miller S. Tuel, L. Koehler, M. Yates, J. Knollinger, M. Hile, B. Terelr, C. Salmons. Fifth Row: P. Rickey, N. Lucas, A. Zimmer man, R. Klabano, E. O'Shields, S. Clarke, L. Peterson, B. Gross, J. Clise, J. Bonnesen, A. Quinn, J. Castilow, J. Watlrins, B Bell, B. Currence, S. Lunau. Sixth Row: E. Hess, L. Strothman, P. Johnson, C. Evans, C. Bankey, B. Beclr, M. Mediclr, J. Melnik J. Elbert, M. Haalre, C. Sargent, N. Colson, J. Elbert, V. Krieger, J. Parker, B. Wolodliin, C. Rider, S. Meier, R. Freeze. Winter Provides 'Keys' to Culture, Charm, Enchantment November programs included a visit from Rabbi William A. Rosenthall. of the Woodsdale Temple, and Dr. Garrett H. Evans, pastor of Christ Methodist Church. These clergymen dis- cussed differences in their respective faiths, and members were given an opportunity to question the speakers on this subject. Mrs. Howard Downs, Wheeling hair stylist, addressed the members on hair management and care. Culminating this 'LKey to Charm" was a style show. "Key to Enchantment," the annual mid-winter. semi-formal dance, was held in Oglebay Parks Pine Room during the Christmas holidays. Earl Summers Jr. and his orchestra provided the music. Beginning a Y-Teen meeting, Sophomore: Eloise O'Shields and Alice Zimmerman present the de- votions that precede every assemblage of this organization. FRESHMAN Y-TEENS-Bottom Row, left io right: M. Schmeichel, C. Tiggelbeck, S. Gilbert, S. Anderson, A. Rankin, A. Bushfield, D. Marsh, R. Wilson, J. Welch, J. Cattano, S. Wallace, D. Genther, L. Benner. Second Row: J. Roth, C. Drahos, K. Riggle, F. Pagliari. S. Douglas, S. Smith, S. Gehringer, R. Flinn, G. Robinson, D. Felton, L. Holmes, M. Thompson, D. Null, J. Mulvey, V. Rosemeier, C. Litman, L. Campbell, J. Kidd, K. Busch. Third Row: V. Beegle, M. Skiba, L. Flick, C. Watenpool, E. Firstenberger, S. Braden, M. Jefferson, L. Quinn, C. Wear, L. Clarke, C. lHaugh, L. Dieckmann, C. Roush, E. Gee, H. Petticord, C. Clarke, C. Conaway, C. Norlemann, R. Hawkins. Fourth Row: D. Blum, B. Reith, G. Sink, S. Braun, J. Jungling, J. Morris, T. Grimes, S. Dean, C. Muldoon, B. Dentzer, B. S-pry, T. Paulos, P. Pitkin, C. Coleman, N. Woodruff, P. Clarke, R. Little. Fifth Row: J. Helsel, G. Robinson, M. Wagner, J. Kibby, J. Wilson, P. Holman, B. Carr, J. West, P. Wolan, J. Robinson, K. Bartholomew, M. Smith, G. Williams, J. Westlake, F. Baron, J. Gray, C. Timbrcok. Sixth Row: J. Stollar, S. Sonderman, N. Francis, C. Santo, M. White, S. Evans, L. Orth, S. Thorn, J. Marsh, E. Leslie, N. Burson, S. Osborne, P. Emerling. Senior Farewell and Election End '58-'59 Activities January brought a "reading" by Mrs. Mark Trach, and Winter- green l-lull was the scene of February's Valentine Dance, "Key to My Heart." Magic and hypnotism was the intriguing theme of the Febru- ary program. The Rev. Father Charles L. Fijal, S.M., za priest from Connie Santo. NBHCY Woodruff- and Carol . , . . beck prepare to becionie Y-Teens by filling St. Michaels Church, explained these mysteries. membership blanks. In March, members presented a spring fashions show and a play. Group singing the following month provided the after-school enter- tainment. Following the election of officers in April, a final semi-formal dance honored the seniors. Each graduate-to-be received a corsage. indicative of her "Golden Key." At the last meeting of the season. new officers were installed. adopting their "Keys to Honor" for the coming year. 85 egg.. B . .W-gs- ESRB B - "QW-" ' M semi , me Junior Rh s Evans sto s to converse with a fellow ' .,. . Y P ' initiate, alias Robert Haclorn, in the Hi-Y's tall """" - ,v:-- M initiation. , ...E Promoting clean living and striving for larger participation. the Hi-Y began the 1958-1959 school year with two introductory meetings. Following these initial sessions. interested Triad stu- dents took a 'ttell-tale" test based on Hi-Y history and principles. After new members had been initiated in the Halloween tra- dition, attention was turned to the raising of capital. This goal was realized by candy machines. sale of refreshments and pro- grams at home basketball games. and washing cars during the late spring months. Under the direction of Anthony Peck the organization performed many services for the school and com- munity. Among these activities were solicitations for the Heart Fund, raising and lowering the American Flag, and manning a Salvation Army booth during the Christmas season. Participants secured the necessary five points per semester to remain in the club. Hi-Y Serves School and Community in 'Pointed' Program HI-Y-Bottom Row, left to right: J. Compagnone, T. Birch, N. Karras, T. Byrum, D. Bartlett, M. Donoghue, R. Bretton, C. Brand, S. Henry, A. Frank, P. Cornett, J. Osborne. Second Row: F. Le Pore, L. Walton, P. Mayer, P. Bartlett, B. Strauch, J. Douglas, A. Jones, B. Woods, J. Bachman, R. Cox, W. Steinman, B. Dwinnell, R. Hess, J. Nesbitt. Third Row: L. Gibson, C. Gellner, R. Pierce, M. Wallis, R. Evans, D. McGrail, J. Shafer, D. Fetherling, J. Gibson, E. Cook, R. Hadorn, R. Ruhland, H. Dannenberg, J. Robinson. 1 ' . e .s" , is 1 ' , ss .L 1 . W X l ' , . i 1 L .8 . l 4 S .t l i J t H' l i si in f.. . - i l it ' I , . i i I p 1 I" , , Xue i li l 1 f l 'X 'iz ' rs-.. , A ,V .. .... .. - . ..... g. .. ,..., R... . i l i ' ilfxiisiirrs Tl ' . - . .is md. ist- I Q fs vw Misemflii ff 1 V' N 1 1 as I L 2 ' s in - 4 I r. L ft 2,1 , ' 41 ' if igf .I l E . J 'wi f C7 HOME EC-Bottom Row, left to right: J. Vercellotti, J. Corkran, S. Hess, C. Downs, C. Santo, D. Waslis, J. Williams, M. Skiba. Second Row: Miss Geraldine J. Newman, P. Gribben, M. Walton, S. Johnson, P. Auber, S. Fisher, B. Klein. Third Row: C. Bodltin, D. Heusel. H. Miller, M. Medick, J. Vercellotti, V. Vargo, G. HoFfman, L. Tuttle. Stitches and Skillets Occupy Domestic Devotees the hope of a new spring wardrobe in mincl, Bodkin and Diana Heusel eagerly scan ' 1-E"Q'Z G YUEKPUQ Q if ifnq ' EQ A N 9 . ., I U 1' I M jg .Xl X' is X Elie.. 'wiser' if . . . We may live without friendsg we may live without booksg But civilized man can not live without cooks." Keenly aware that two of the spices of life are cooking and sewing. future homemakers of Tridel met monthly to discuss Culinary arts and needle-and-thread techniques. Under the expert guidance of Mrs. Dora Steele and Miss Geral- dine J. Newman, the Home Economics Club assembled the second Tuesday of each month in the Home Ec Department. Tridel girls obtaining an average of "B" in either sewing or foods were extended membership privileges. Highlighting the club's '58-'59 activities were a Christmas party, the sale of Yuletide candy, and a demonstration in novelty cooking by Mrs. Mildred Zitco, representing the Wheeling Electric Company. To conclude their year. the 24 members planned and enjoyed a picnic supper. 87 .emit if 1 ig' U-'m.s'FigZ2 W w 1. r 21 bf . , ts. ., 1, f 'ileiif--. ,E f mv ., 'A ' ii Ii! E2 if 'i " 'I iizrl. . , A5 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA-Boffom Row, leff io righf: L. Fresch, R. Ganrzer, E. Gellner, C. Bushon, S. Jenni D. Banlcey, S. Skedel, L. Davis, T. Stanton, Mrs. Mary Alice Groppe, C. Mahlre, P. Geimer, R. Johnston, K. Burson, L. Dirbas, E. T. Denher, P. Auber, J. Dirbas, J. Knollinger. Second Row: Mrs. Opaline T. Marlrin, N. Murphy, L. Hawkins, M. Carney, B. Terelr, S. Amend, P. Earnest, S. Supler, E. Matthews. L. Wayr, B. Bohlen, D. Heusel, B. Malltoli, S. Phillips, J. Campbell, B. Lewis, H. Zim- merman, C. Custer, K. Scott. Third Row: Miss Katherine E. Barnard, J. Wheeler, L. Hough, M. Menh, S. Wallace, C. Gill, D. Eimer M. George, K. Dulce, L. Tuttle, S. Nash, D. Grubb, P. Kozusnilr, N. Rapp, S. Hess, S. Braden, L. Santo, Mrs. Catherine Eberl' Shields Fourfh Row: C. Riggle, R. Rice, E. West, V. Krieger, S. Hendershot, J. Chipkar, R. Weisgerber N. Horne K. Thomas B. Gideon G. Roberts, M. Krieger, J. Monlalbano, B. Matyia. Potential Business Leaders Organize New Triad Club Organized this year Tridel s chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America met the first Tuesday of each month. Membership was limited to students doing satisfactory work in at least one business subject Sponsored by Mrs. Mary Alice Groppe Mrs. Opaline T. Martin Mrs. Catherine Ebert Shields and Miss Katherine E. Barnard FBLofA members sold United States Savings stamps and bonds throughout the year studied a local industry, the Wheeling Steel Corporation' and offered clerical assistance to the faculty and he administration Corporation, a play, and a talk by Jack N. Thompson, representing the Public Relations Department of Wheeling Steel. Choosing next year's officers and holding a party closed the years activities Thomas Stanton and Beth Lewis sell U S Savings Stamps lo LlHle Reds reminding lhem fha? A penny saved is a penny earned , i U 4. ' c , i L c I . Business meetings were supplemented by various programs that included a film on the Weirton Steel Sponsored by A. R.. Milligan, Tridel's Projection Crew of '59 consisted of I8 industrious volunteers who willingly sacrificed one study hall a day to further the Oak Park program of visual aids. Having been selected by Mr. Milligan on their ability and interest in electricity, these boys lent u helping hand at TI-lS during assemblies, special programs, and classwork. Three of these Little Reds were at work in the auditorium each period of the day. During the past year the projectionists, under the leadership of Mr. Milligan, have shown 348 reels of film to Oak Park students and teachers. By alternating their duties, these I8 lads were given ample opportunity to show their abilities as expert operators, housemen, and electricians. Talented Cameramen Provide Visual Aids or Triads PROJECTION CREW-Boffom Row, left' fo right: Gerald Jaslco, Elihu Lebow James Albaugh Bill Haber, Keith Menard. Second Row: B. K. Brosehe, Bob Sfrauch, Leroy Gibson Robert A BraH'on Tom Berisford. Jerry Maynard, William Rhoads, James Gibson, Barry Joan Gray and Susan Gilbert leaf through their music in anticipation of a First-Year Girls' Chorus concert. 1- 1? Q im .NP ..o"'w 7 H .J 2 W 31' - Y ,. 'W is " 3 'M t Q1 'aff S- 1' llf' .fl "-l B 'gy t 1 Y .K ' ' l E ' : ' Lr.,.L.,g l,:gl',. . ff 1 is , VL Vi s H I W - ' L , , . , .lf 315 - 'L s . . - as g, -," ' sfilf' . 953 hi . U ' if" Y . .. z 1 5 ,..................,.-.. 4' lr ' 1 A i .. ' 'Music Hath Charms' for Fledgling Choristers Striving to blend into perfect harmony, melody-minded maidens of the ninth grade met three times each week under the capable direction of Miss Virginia L. Brand. Training in the basic principles of music and proper voice techniques provided the choral group with exceptionally informative sessions. "Practice makes perfect" might well have been the adage of this almost "heavenly" choir. Accompanied by Ellen Firstenberger and Ruth Little, these fledgling warblers highlighted the first semes- ter by participating in an October choral assembly. They also brightened the Yuletide season in the tradition- al evening Christmas concert and the musical holiday assembly. I-Iarmonizing skillfully in the Lenten services and in the spring choral concert, the golden-voiced ninth graders climaxed the year with music at Freshman Promotion Exercises in May. FIRST-YEAR GIRLS' CHORUS-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: S. Gilberf, A. Rankin, D. Genfher, R. Hawkins, C. Norfemann, D. Blum, B. Raith, G. Sink, H. Pefficord, J. Morris, T. Grimes, S. Braun, N. Woodruff, P. Clarke, V. Rosemeier, E. Firsfenberger, J. Caffano, J. Welch, B. Wilson. Second Row: D. Marsh, L. Flick, V. Beegle, B. Van Ness, M. Thompson, F. Pagliari, S. Douglas, J. Williams, M. Gaffen, D. Null, R. Liftle, M. Wagner, T. Paulos, C. Wear, C. Roush, L. Dieclcmann, C-5. Robinson, S. Braden. Third Row: M. Jefferson, K. Kennedy, B. Carr, J. West, M. Smifh, C. Santo, J. Gray, J. Mulvey, B. Darnley, N. Burson, C. Timbroolt, E. Leslie, P. Emerling, C. Barrett, C. Wafenpool, F. Sfead. W Q 1 stamina new as-gas , W M B K X suave-,asses Wna.m,Eas mage I L t M 5 we ,... we SECOND-YEAR GlRLS' CHORUS-Boffom Row, left' fo right: L. Hicks, C. Korn, L. Balmer, B. Ruble, V. Bobiclt, B. Schweizer, M. Casiilow, B. Beck, S. Morgan, R. Nelson, J. Reese, L. Wayi, E. Barihlomew, S. Depio. Second Row: P. Kozusnilt, N. Dob- rzynski, C. Morialtis, L. Garrison, I. Gary, S. Wallace, C. Eilcey, C. Banltey, H. Whi+e, M. Medicvlc, M. Wilson, L. Hough, C. Miller, D. Grubb, D. Banltey, L. Shaw, S. Williams. Third Row: S. Zanolli, R. Wallace, L. Santo, S. Miller, S. Hendershoi, P. Johnson, S. Bruno, M. George, A. Fox, L. Herman, J. Melnilt, J. Elbert, A. Shafer, J. Elbert, A. Glascoclc. Vocalizing Veterans Practice Perfectecl Pitches Sophomore, junior, and senior vocalists who had participated in at least one previous year of choral training were included in the Second-Year Girls' Chorus. "Tuning up" three times weekly. the second-year singers were directed and accompanied by Miss Virginia L. Brand. With uppcarzmce in an autumn choral assembly during October. the feminine choristcrs, clad in white blouses and dark skirts, marked their initial perform ance. Yuletide songs in December concluded the tirs semesters musical activities. During Lent the vocalizers sang sacred music ap propriate to the season. Terminating the year for the tuneful Triads was the Spring Choral Concert in May "Social, mental, and emotional satisfaction is gained through development of musical skills," com mented Miss Brand, "and the Second-Year Girls Chorus furthers this aim." Friendly persuasion by Linda Wayt assures Sandy Williams and Linda Hough of a worthwhile pur- chase. Ti3Elll-sg. .es maximum: .- , ..,... MIXED CHORUS ll - Eoffom Row, leff fo righf: S. Hess, C. Bushon, B. Callahan, J. Broemsen, L. Hawkins, V. Porter, S. Niehaus, L. Hood, S. Emblen, S. Lang, S. Slredel, E. Denfzer, D. Kanfferer. Second Row: E. Rider, M. Sfewari, L. Peterson, C. Van Wie, S. Braden, S. Gilmore, D. Breifinger, J. Sligar, C. Gilmore, J. Keefer, D. Smiih, C. Renlschler, C. Reass, V. Mif- chell. K. Muenze, K. Thomas, B. Wolodlxin. Third Row: C. Harris, D. Menard, J. Wharion, D. Chambers, R. Johnsfon, D. Shafer, C. Wiif, C. Mafzlte, R. Summerfield, D. Wifi, J. Boerger, P, Monahan, R. Upton, R. Harris. Advanced Choristers Create Melodious Variety o Tunes Chorislers Sara Lang and Patrick Monahan har- monize prior fo one of 'lhe numerous performances by the Mixed Chorus. . I Under the direction of Miss Virginia L. Brand and accom panied by Junior Eliza Rider, the Mixed Chorus practiced three times each week. Running the gamut of songs from sacred to humorous. mem bers of this "noted" group must have previously had a year of choral music. Interest, attitude, and ability figured in the accept ance of aspirants. is As well as appearing in an Oct. 'lO assembly, these choristers also sang at the twelfth annual Open House, Nov. 9. Manny of these harmonizers participated in the Oglebay Choral Clinic at the Oglebay Park Pine Room, Nov. 15. Holiday harmony was featured in a Dec. 10 assembly. For parents and friends the same program was repeated Dec. 12 at an evening concert. Second-semester activities included an appearance at the Woodsdale Grade School and the Spring Concert in May Karen Muenze and Sarah Sitedel. Triadetie aitos, iron out a "rough spot" under the meticulous direction of Miss Vir- ginia L. Brand. Triadettes Trill Tunes to Appreciative Audiences Six voices blended smoothly as the Triadettes presented harmonious entertainment both "at home and abroad." Garbed in long-sleeved aqua sheaths highlighted by gold crescents, the sextette harmonized at assemblies in October, December. and February. Additional melody was provided at the annual Publications Variety Show and at the Band Christmas Concert. Directed by Miss Virginia L. Brand and accompanied at the piano by Joan Neuhart, this talented group sang at a benefit for the Ohio County Tuberculosis Association and at P-TA programs in Fulton and Parkview Elementary Schools. Other engagements included the Bethlehem Kiwanis Dinner, the Island Mothers Club of Madison School, and the Spring Formal at the College of Wooster. Tridel's songstcrs also appeared as guests at the St. James Evangelical Lutheran and the Bethlehem Pres- byterian Churches. An assembly at Woodsdale Grade School concluded their '58-'59 schedule. TRIADETTES-leff fo righf: Joan Neuhari, Michele Candas, Dorothy Bankey, Sara Lang, Chris Van Wie, Sarah Sltedel, Karen Muenze. . 1 ., x i' , ., , V .t l :H l I it l l v : 1 1. i fl ' f . - 3. vi BAND-Boffom Row, leff fo right, and confinuing on Page 95: R. Burns, D. Carr, D. Swiger, J. Sampson, N. McCleary, J. Knol- linger. A. Franlr, B. Wells. J. Steele, N. Moore, J. Marsh. Second Row: R. Roclenbauglw, A. Rush, S. Tuel, J. Theiss, B. Currence, J. Robinson, K. Bartholomew, A. Pefrosino, B. Giden, J. Sculer, R. Haberfield, J. Lowther, T. Berislcrd, L. Helar, T. Vcsviclr. David Horne and Rachel Freeze, drum maiors. check Little Red formations prior 'lo a half-'lime performance. t Q' 'X ,i 'ki wjsygss Maneuver-Minded Triads Do Combining intricate and precision drills with fast-moving formations. the Triadelphia High School Marching Band provided pre-game and half-time entertainment for the fans at all Little Red pigskin frays except one, the St. Clairsville contest. because of had weather. Under the expert direction of Stefano R. Ceo. head ol' Tridel's Department of Instrumental Music. the Marching Band continued to hold the attention and admiration of its varied audiences hy playing well- known popular songs and lively marches. Red and Black music men were also seen participating in many of the local and area parades throughout the year. Preparation for this tcrm's work started early last August. when Mr. Ceo provided instruction for any new member and helped older participants review the fundamentals of marching. 94 ll I. l i l E. Jacobsen. Third Row: Stefano R. Ceo, J. Gould, B. Woods, S. Russell, S. Murphy, J. Moore, W. Rupp, R. McAdams, M. Wallace, J. Gary, J. Chambers, E. Helifrcn, G. Daniel, A. Boyd, D. Schrader, S. Henson, W. Rhoads, J. Gibson. Fourth Row: J. Orth, C. Noll, K. Caldebaugh, H. Deom, C. Gellner, C. Robinson, J. Reed, W. Carman, C. Zambifo, G. Schubert, D. Seamon. tt Assemblies and Concerts Proving their all-around musicianship. these student performers moved into the concert season hy giving their animal December program that featured music in the Christmas mode. Continuing their yearly music-appreciation series. the Little Red Concert Band next performed in a January assembly and then appeared before Triads late in the second semester. Several evening concerts were included in their 1958- 1959 schedule. Solo and cnsemhle work gave members an opportunity to display their individual talents. and the single and group concertizing was elimaxed hy participation in the West Liberty State College Contest in March under the sponsorship of the Northern Panhandle Bandmasters Association and the auditions of the Wheeling Thursday Music Club. By taking part in these events. 'l'ridel's Red and Black musicians earned credits toward their hand letters. 95 "lf only I could win one!" Theiss as Thedosia Vosviclc plays her medal that she and ensemble com'pe'l'i+ion. pines Judy proudly dis- won in solo MAJORETTES-left' fo righf: Anita Rush, Judy Knollinger, Lois Jean Hehr, Judy Ann Moore, Judy Scihuler. High-Stepping Majorettes Combine Twirling and Tooting Relaxing after a tense and exciting first half, spectators at all Triad football encounters were entertained by these baton-twirling Majorettes and their intricate and fast-moving routines. Required to prove their ability in leadership, musicianship, and the skillful use of the baton, the Little Red twirl- ers were guided by Stefano R. Ceo. Besides their appearances at grid contests, these girls also participated in half-time ceremonies at thc annual West Virginia-Ohio All-Star football game. Preceding the Red and Black Band in numerous parades throughout the school term, the Majorettes provided the hundreds of persons who lined the streets an opportunity to observe their polished performances. As the hustle and bustle of the pigskin season died away, batons were exchanged for clarincts, saxophones, French horns, and bellsg the Little Red masters of rhythm had fallen into the pattern of the Concert Band. Maiorelfe Anita Rush skillfully maneuvers her baton in pre-game praclice on the Oak Park campus. Kitchen Keepers Provide Delectable Daily Lunches When the daily lunch bell rang. vast numbers of Little Reds rushed toward the cafeteria to partake ol' the tempting food prepared by Tridel's experienced cooks. Mrs. Nelle Moore, Mrs. Helen Marshall, Mrs. Lea Rhoades. and Mrs. Helen Cork- ran combined their culinary knowledge to present a varied and an appetizing array of food each day. ln addition' to their culinary duties, these four ladies were r responsible for the planning, purchasing. and bookkeeping aspects .of the cafeteria. . 1 V' ,. P' , f' i .. ,ll 1 Vt 'uv 'lf' --Y-M '.i,iJL'iCrVl' c1-tff-.., " It f uf l i- - W , , , yr 1 .I f ,, , . ix 'r ' ' ,r..-' -- "N 'N X -K - A, VV L ,C Ur, ,A t l COOKS - left lo right: Mrs. Helen Marshall, Mrs. Nelle Moore, Mrs. Lea Rhoades. Custodian Crew Adds Endless Courtesies to Duties CUSTODIANS-left fo right: Joseph Organ and Ford Pogue. 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X , 'iq ,. , .11 - , ca , A4 V -P jf, .V N 1, - 1 Q' . k "f.z'g,1-.,,:g,., , -- wt , . s I gm., ,A H 2-p.,.f,-M-' -' - ' , H -1 I . ' iv ,X ,.,.M ,ml "1 .WV-1"' .ww 1 '37 ,,-w, '.-. '5 '- ' t . ,X . Y K .,1' I ff:5:1:'jy,,i W3'WI:,H W, H A 1, , ' L " P ' I1 .' ' M-'A ' -W -194 milf "1 V . - ..f - N' 1' ' ,x -f ' , -1414-1.-,fy .H ,jx 5, - ,-, f . 1.-W' w -' rx,-1-1' - ' ' " H f .. - I' ' " N ,ply , " "Q ' 'f "A, f-iggf. , .HL-.', , 4 . '.,7g,f,,x.: , ' 'K H 1 2?-'?'Lnh.?f-L 1-."f.'. 'Y 'JF' ' Y - . ' . 1 . ,f.fv W s+v"'?', 1 I 46,0 Flfll. A '-' ' ,. .' Assisianf Coach Thomas L. Ackerman, Faculfy Manager of Arhleiics Arihur E. Jones, and Assisfani' Coach Glenn R. Schreiber look fo Head Grid Men+or Frank Dumas for a prediciion as fo fhe ouicome of nexf year's pigslrin campaign. John Bachman, George Liffle, and Ken- nefh Kriner. grid managers, have iheir usual verbal discussion over who's sup- posed fo carry ihe blocking dummy inio fhe fieldhouse. . ..n.'.. 1. M J, msn. - - . -asiv,-,AL ,Ti , 'ix ' Xin' 1 fl-.AY-12"'rv"'vr.' .,:',','vj:1 '-f gp '77 1 . . pn: 5' ,'-s'.' 'vu-1.' qu.-V 1. 4 I-" . ..42f2.Z2'.2'.mf1x:.. ' .-sv' , . ,,1:.r .zxaul-o'.:?+ -H' " nv.-" -- J-' , , - f 4- io l00 Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov Nov. 7- 13- 1958 GRID Central ..,....... Moundsville ..,.. Bellaire ,...,....... Parkersburg ..... -Wellsburg ...,.... Martins Ferry Union , .....,...,..,, , Wheeling ........... St. Clairsville Warwood .....,. SCHEDULE ms opp. 0 12 o 0 6 36 6 46 28 14 20 6 6 6 18 26 27 13 39 19 James Compagnone, Oak Park gridder, streaks from his de fensive haltbacik slot to limit the Union wingback to no gain in the Triad-Ironman 6-6 deadlock, Oct. I7, on the island battleground. Oak Park Grid Aggregation Conquers Four Opponents Rebounding from the winless '57 campaign, the 1958 Triad grid combine battled with a dogged determination and a vicious aggressiveness to compile four victories and two stalemates against four setbacks on one of the toughest schedules in the Ohio Valley. Under the reins of Head Coach Frank Dumas and Assistants Glenn R. Schreiber and Thomas L. Ackerman, the Little Red gridmen, employing the single-wing formation, displayed a rugged uhard-nosed" brand of football. Oak Park trounced Wellsburg, 28-14g walloped Martins Ferry. 20-63 blasted St. Clairsville, 27-135 and bombarded Warwood, 39-19. Fighting Moundsville to a scoreless deadlock, the Little Reds also tied Union, 6-6. Central, Bellaire, Parkersburg. and Wheeling defeated the Red and Black, 12-0, 36-6, 46-6. and 26-18, respectively. VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD-Hoffom Row, leff to right: D. Jackson, B. Griffiths, J. Douglas, J. Lykins, J. Compagnone, D. Vosvick, R. Bauer, M. Rine, J. Beecrott, K. Burroughs. Second Row: Head COdCi'l Frank Dumas, S. Henry, M. Somerville, J. Kidd, L. Robinson, J. Andenoro, C. Gellner, T. Quinn, D. Dickinson, W. Steinman, D. Keim, Assistant Coach Glenn R. Schreiber. Third Row: R. Albaugh, J. Brown, D. Witt, B. Carney, H. Gray, L. McNincl1, C. Witt, C. Allison, J. Pfeiffer, C. White, Trainer Edward F. McKee. IOI CO-CAPTAIN JAMES PFEIFFER Center CO-CAPTAIN CARL ROBERT GELLNER Guard I4 Little Reds Conclude High School Grid Careers When the Little Red gridmen took the field against Warwood, Nov. 7, I4 Oak Park footballers donned the Red and Black for the last time. Conspicuous by their absence from next year's forward wall will be departing veterans James Pfeiffer. centerg Carl Robert Gellner. guardg Leslie McNinch, guardg Robert Albaugh, tackleg Walter Steinman, endg Ken Burroughs, endg Charles Witt, end: Martin Rine, centerg and Barry Griffiths, end. Creating vacancies in the '59 Triad backfield, Fullback Carl Allison, Halfback James Compagnone, Block- ingbacks Tom Quinn and Joseph Lykins, and Fullback Douglas Kcim concluded their high school pigskin careers. WALTER STEINMAN MARTIN RINE CARL ALLISON LESLIE MCNINCH Eno' Cenfer Fullback Guard -wkx Q1 , Wu , 3 V QV? Q5 N R ra-vm 1 f" . 1- J , 5 . , yi' ' of. " .x ' ,' ' . P1 ,, 5+ ' I' ' 'I , W-' x I, ,gf-n,xl'-','.n --,lag-any 1-' f ' L, t 4. ' i.44-Iktfvg If "-mqw am, l'?QrV7 A Lf, 1-.5-:-. , -1-m 'W---:mx T -.. . : 1' F49 ,. '- Tl.--.1 - -f., , .-g.,f1 -,.q,f x wr ., 1.1 gh, ' 'f' "H ' '--Y +'- 1: -dJ!f'1'A7a-' : L ,IL-1, .x.1wA, ,,. -x.. nz, fv. -"FH-'.X"-'w4'i:,'L-' .'lYJ.".- ,v 1 5 "f5"f L '. J--' Q' -459' L ,.f,f..,-,',!K 4-u-1,16 -.7 .4 A 17, ,fly ,.- waxy- W , I . Q 5, ' DJJ Wig? - ,. ' -. vw 11" --Af 5 "nl ' "IE -1 . 5.-qgfwv' X k ffl - -- 'N-I Y 9, -,w .L , . tu- L ' .21,,, 4 1 , ,.,4.. ., ,Q ,. .. ,., lklrzurz v-2. ,ff ,V IM. H MA , I AN x Q 9 Q 1 fr uf. wk ,Q N , . v '.'4.1i ,..-g..,,: , V.: W ,.x,,N1 V, .'x., -fi-' ww by K ig., , ,ty . ,,,. 3 xx ,Jmdw, MQQ. tim f,,. WX z ,g i- fp he rxff 5 J' ' A VIL ., 5 ,, 9, ,,Lf..g'.,.Eg SN Q , . -. ,., , , ' 1 K , ,, ,,f .QAJZ K ' R "- ', jx M, Z ,Uri , . ,. ,M vm 1 Nu Q M gf fx 1: -..W Ww 6 "5" 4 R ia .Awww -, K'-wisasgd PVSQZLA ,,-km . .fix A. 5 'Lakin M Mg 4 ' ' Ns 2 f ki .C 1 . x ' . 3,15 . xv g - w -gg -f Q I' n , -fj'iz"7f A J , ' . , :,,7',g:55f ' ,, 1 fx- .f ' X . , 'SW ,ff 1 ' Q. ' X , .-, , Q., ,fa- V 7., -1 .f , A 5 ' ' ' x A , ff 4 K 4 f f 3 , X I t I K If XV "' .1 ' ',.i , ' " fx ..,fA --My r .- , Nw, ' ,WZ ..f- .. "M, --' 'ws J waz . ,,,,.11-4 A-N, . ,455 ,f ,:'4,j.' 5 N 2 ,w 5 if 3, a f H Y A 2. 2 5 " f ,kj..zwMs1Wfr fm swsiwx L Coach John A. Shinslty discusses grid 'laclics with Joseph Monfalbano and James Seiberf, freshman co-captains. Freshman Footballers Sport Three Victories in '58 Guided by Coach John A. Shinsky and Carl Norman '5l. the freshman football aggregation sported three victories against two defeats during the 1958 campaign. lnaugurating the season with a 20-0 decision over Union, the Little Red plebes then dropped Central's yearlings, 6-0. After Martins Ferry whipped the first-year Triads, 19-O. the Red and Black frosh retaliated by pounding Shadyside, 40-0. In a sea of mud the Wheeling ninth graders submerged the Little Reds, 7-0. to conclude the Oak Park freshman schedule. Tackle Joseph Montalbano and Halfback Anthony Howard Bidtlings were lauded by Coach Shinsky for their outstanding performances. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD-Boffom Row, leff fo riglvf: D. Calvin, W. Young, H. Deem, T. Woicik, D. Breifinger, G. Ganlrzer, B. Levine, W. Young, R. ll-toward. Second Row: Coach John A. Shinslty, G. Berisford, R. Hawkins, A. Biddings, D. Ernes, T. McNinch, J. Seiberi, J. MCC-Pill, D. Castor. Third Row: F. Eiiioll, J. Smith, J. Noll, J. Monfaibano, B. Berman, M. Slarkey, W. Carman, B. Bowman, Thomas LaRoche '57, CHEERLEADERS-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: Sylvia Gilmore, Patricia Ann Davis. Second Row: Susan McCormick, Joan Bailey, Jean Vellenoweth, Bonnie Bell. Third Row: Linda Peterson, Sharon Johnson, Kathleen Friebertshauser. Nine Peppy Cheerers Maintain 'B's' to Earn 'T's' "Practice makes perfecfl''-so-o-o-Cheerleaders Susan McCormick and Kathleen Friebertshauser practice talking, of course! 1' NT'-X l I ,. i L fi Adding pep and zip as well as attractive scenery to field and floor, six varsity and three reserve Cheer- leaders led high-spirited crowds through countless chants during the past year. For football and basketball frays, these peppy gals appeared in black culottes and white sweaters. Meet- ing in the auditorium at the close of school on alter- nate Wednesdays and Thursdays, the nine enthusiastic maidens practiced routines for coming games or pep assemblies. Chosen following tryouts, Tride1's Cheerleaders settled down to studies as each was required to maintain a "B" average in order to remain on the squad. Miss Phyllis A. Beneke, dean of girls, sponsored the tireless cheerers this year. Red chenille "T's', were awarded the varsity girls in recognition of their services. Leonard Wells, John Osborne, Carl Spring, David Kerns, John Mason, and James Brown, Little Red varsity cagers, receive a pre-game pep fall: from Coach Thomas L. Ackerman. Red and Black Hoopmen List I2 Victories, 9 Defeats After recording 12 victories and 8 defeats in regular season competition, Tridel's varsity hoopmen term- inated the '58-'59 court campaign with a 61-45 setback from Weirton in a Section l encounter of the West Virginia Class "AAA" Basketball Tournament. Highlighting the year with a sudden-death overtime triumph over Central that snapped the Maroons' 23-game winning streak and an upset conquest at Bellaire, Oak Park also enjoyed wins over McKinley, War- wood, Moundsville, Wellsburg, Magnolia, Wheeling, and Follansbee. Plagued with inexperienced material from the onset, Coach Thomas L. Ackerman in his first year as head mentor molded a winning combination out of three seniors and two sophomores. Comprising his start- ing five were Seniors John Osborne, Carl Spring, and David Kerns, and Sophomores James Brown and Richard Hess. VARSITY BASKETBALL-Bottom Row, left fo right: David Kerns, John Beecroft, Leonard Wells, Carl Spring, John Mason, John Robinson, Second Row: Coach Thomas L. Ackerman, Ronnie Peyton, Richard Hess, John Osborne, James Brown, Larry Berman, Arthur Jones. .i. 3,31 1 .fm G f A .. WET ' . ,. -:- PM ' K4. 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Gila T.fHgis.J'f E1 ' M, f :Eff 1' fn ku iam.: . .Lp-f firm fi? A H 4 mug, Wg.. RESERVE BASKETBALL - Bottom Row, left to right: Jim Keeter, Ray Barnhart, Larry Walton, Jimmie Luzader, David Francis, Paul Cornett. Second Row: Coach Frank Dumas, James Steele, Michael Rowell, Robert Creighton, Sam Lantz. David Witt, Howard Gray. Reserve Dribblers Emerge Victorious in I4 Cutings Guided by Coach Frank Dumas, Tridel's reserve cage aggregation garnered l4 triumphs as against 6 setbacks to register one of its most successful seasons in a decade. In engaging the majority of its opponents twice, the Oak Park junior varsity never incurred more than one defeat from any team on the schedule. Enjoying two victories each over Central, Moundsville, Wellsburg, Wheel- ing, and Follansbee, the Little Red reserves also sported single conquests over McKinley, Warwood, Magnolia, and Union. Usually receiving the call for first-line duty were Guards David Francis and Ray Barnhart, Forwards Howard Gray and Robert Creighton, and Center Sam Lantz. Little Red Plebeian Cagers Boast Nine Wins in 1959 Compiling the best Triad freshman record since 1955, the Little Red plebeian Cagers boasted nine wins against five defeats for the '59 court campaign. Under the reins of Coach John A. Shinsky, Tridel's first-year dribblers with aspirations of attaining berths on the varsity or reserves next year learned and practiced the fundamentals of the cage sport. Successfully sub- duing Warwood, Central, and Lincoln in a duo of engagements with each of those teams, the Red and Black fledgling hoopmen also notched conquests over Linsly, Ritchie, and Madison. Paced by lanky Bruce Berman, pivotman, the Triad frosh captured fourth place in the Wheeling Fresh- man League. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Bottom Row. left fo right: Blair Levine, Tom Woicili. George Gantzer, Howard Deem. Second Row: James Seibert, Jerrell McGill, Larry Pickering, David Castor, William Carman. Third Row: Coacih John A. Shinsky, Gary Schubert, Fredrick Elli- oft, Bruce Berman, Michael Starkey, James Orth. l958 GOLF TEAM - left' to right: Nick Karras, Fritz Doepken, Leroy Gibson, Mike Wallis, Jim Weisl1er, Mickey Donoghue, Paul Mayer, David McGrail, Richard Hadsell. Linksmen Victorious in Five of Seven Encounters Victorious in five of seven outings, the Little Red linksmen highlighted their 1958 season by garnering the Stifel Cup for the sixth time in the last seven years. Posing as a perennial power in thc Ohio Valley, Coach C. C. Kraus' golf team was unable to reign supreme in the OVAC contest, partly because his squad was crippled by the graduation of Johnny Wilson, four-year veteran. Otherwise the Oak Parkers were triumphant in all other frays save for an early engage- ment with Central. Triad golf stalwarts included Richard Haclsell, Jim Wcishar, Leroy Gibson, Mike Wallis, Mickey Don- oghue, Tom Byrum, and Fritz Docpken. Diamond Nine Registers Five Triumphs, Three Defeats By trouncing the previously unbeaten Union lronmen, 8-0, Tridel's 1958 diamond nine culminated their campaign with five victories against three setbacks. Aside from the Union conquest, Coach Arthur E. Jones' baseballers also defeated Moundsville, Central, Wheeling, and McKinley. ln another set-to with the Golds, the Wildcats edged the Little Reds in a 3-1 extra-inning fray to dcthrone THS as Section III champs. Larry Walters and Carl Spring bore the brunt of the Triad pitching attack. Wielding mean "timbers" were Bob Peyton, David Jackson, and Kirk Nolte with batting averages of .3S7, .363, and .344, respectively. I'-759 BASEBALL TEAM - Bottom Row, left to right: Charles Ross, Jimmie Luzader, David Vosvick, David Francis, Ray Bauer, William Hill, Kirk Nolte. Second Row: David Jackson, Barry Clutter, Robert Weissman, Larry Walters, Bob Peyton, Donald Mullarkey, Carl Spring, Horst Lohr, Bill Blair. TRACK SQUAD-Bottom Row, left fo right: R. Cox, R. Creighton, S. Lantz, T. Baird, B. Dwinnell, F. Elliott, R. Huison, D. Roberts. Second Row: D. Breitinger, W. Young, J. Brown, J. Smith, D. Witt, D. Kerns, J. Compagnone, M. Rine, C. Gellner. Third Row: R. Barnhart, H. Deem, C. Donaldson, P. Rea, H. Gray, B. Carney, S. Henry, R. Weissman, J. Behrens, H. Cooke. Fourth Row: Assistant Coach Glenn R. Schreiber, J. Seibert, J. Steele, J. Beecroft, R. Hess, B. Berman, W. Steinman, G. Berislord, R. Albaugh, F. Fivecoat, Head Coach John A. Shinsky. Red Speed Merchants Compete in Steel Valley League Tridel's Cinder aggregation under the guidance of Head Coach John A. Shinsky and Assistants Frank Dumas and Glenn R. Schreiber became a constituent of the Steel Valley League this year as a contender in its southern division. Competing in the SVL's SOLlll'lC1'I'l loop against Wheeling, Linsly. Moundsville. Martins Ferry. and Steubenville in a series of dual meets, the Little Reds engaged a high caliber of track talent. In ad- dition to league encounters, the Oak Parkers participated in the Brooke County Relays, OVAC Meet, City Meet. and the West Virginia Regional and State Meets. Blessed with his best oval team in five years of coaching, Mentor Shinsky had five holtlover lettermen. including Walter Steinman. John Beecroft. James Brown, Phillip Rea, and Harold Cooke, from his 1958 corps of Triad thinclads. Oak Park Track Coach John A. Shinsky engages in a humorous conversation with the Red and Black oval leliermen. Veteran cincler performers include Sophomore Phillip Rea, James Brown, Junior John Beecroft, and lkneelingl Senior Wal- ter Steinman and Sophomore Harold Cooke. IIO SIGN l.ll3 HERi: Seniors Ken Burroughs and Leslie McNinch attract unknown basketball stars. TAC Techniques Keep Athletes Physically Fit Created for the dual purpose ol' providing training in physical fitness and allowing Little Red athletes to remain in top condition during their off seasons, the Triadelphia Athletic Club completed its second year of existence. Under the able leadership ol' Frank Dumas. Glenn R. Schreiber. John A. Shinskv. and Thomas L. Ackerman. Triadelphia's coaching staff. this organization, dubbed the TAC Club, furnished the student body with various sporting events. Included were a basketball tournament. student-teacher dribble fray. and the TAC Club Relays. Membership was open to any athlete competing in one major or two minor sports. Each boy, however, was required to maintain a passing mark in three subjects and to compete in periodic physical examinations from which he could receive the ratings ol' All-County, All-State, or All-American. TRIADELPHIA ATHLETIC CLUB-Bottom Row, left to right: Glenn R. Schreiber, B. Bowman, D. Calvin, G. Beristorcl, W. Young, D. Ernes, R. Bauer, R. Weissman, D. Vosviclc, D. Breitinger, K. Burroughs, R. Albaugh, J. Bachman. Second Row: J. Smith, M. Somerville, J. Kidd, M. Rine, C. Gellner, J. Compagnone, J. Gaynor, J. Douglas, B. Griffiths, LH. Gray, Thomas L. Ackerman. Third Row: John A. Shinslty, D. Wilt, T. Figaretti, J. Watkins, T. McNinch, L. McNinch, J. Andenoro, C. Witt, S. Henry, B. Carney, F. Brcclrardt, C. White, J. Brown, Frank Dumas. L---A ln.. .t. .St .,,,. mn L-,VT 5 Y. ' - t ' 'fvigg N . - s mama 1 Me .gaaiga ......Qw-wgitegsg .. ss gg iggggeiidiipkaggig l ...testis-in Ultilizinq the blackboard in Girls' Study Hall, Susan Ewing and Linda Davies post frequent no- tices of Swim Club meetings. Ewa Meriteci Mermaids Actively Practice Aquatic Arts Showing their anticipation for the coming of warm weather. the Girls' Swimming Club plunged eagerly into the aquatic sport during the dead of winter. These gals took advantage of every opportunity to dip and dive into the cool water. Sponsored by Miss Margaret H. Newton, Triad mermaids swam at Ritchie School the first Tuesday ol' each month. Their schedule for the year also included a monthly business meeting. Proving themselves as skilled in the art of cooking as in the art of swimming. these females sponsored a bake sale in January. Two tryouts this year required prospective members to perform four dilfferent strokes in addition to a stand- ing dive from the side of the pool. Restricted to 50 members. the club was composed ol' swimmers who rated highest in the tryouts. GIRLS' SWIMMING CLUB-Bottom Row, leff fo right: R. Flinn, 5. Anderson, J. Corlcran, M. Wallace, T. Grimes, J. Welch, D. Blum, L. Benner, S. Thorn, D. Allen, J. Criswell, B. Lyle, K. Ridgway, E. Gee, C. Chambers. Second Row: B. Hadsell, A. Zimmer- man, J. Gray, S. Trac-h, C. Rider, C. Evans, J. Bonnesen, N. Colson, C. Bodlrin, H. Gonfer, H. Gardner, L. White, K. Butler, J. Bailey A. Fox, S. Gilmore. Third Row: E. Ewing, L. Davies, D. Neuhard, J. Sampson, M. Yates, J. Schmeichel, S. Harrington, B. Behrens N. Dobnynslci, C. Medic-lc, B. Beclt, K. Amend, S. Lang, D. Junkins, E. Rider, J. Vellenoweth. . ,.1f f-. --1 as an -ge ' ' M .--xg, 3. I , - , , mmm BE H-Ndli aft- t ' B 'Q l i as ,, X19 f !.,.,,.,..,. J 1 1 ,ss E A Ari. . s.. K I r M1 i. g.sgF1 - s i . -2-aim 2 I i it H i , es- :ir i sa , . I- X 5 s H s 54.3. ' ,.,.. ' , aww s 'Q :H si ll ll . V - l , 5 l 9 Li .qt -z ,pew . 73 5 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-Bottom Row, left to right: J. Schmeichel, S. Ewing, J. Bonnesen, C. Bodkin, K. Butler, J. Neuhart, R. Ganlzer, S. Harrington, J. Bailey, J. Vellenoweth. Second Row: S. Clarke, L. Strothman. M. Weisenborn, L. Davies, M. Wallace, K. Rosenberg, J. Corltran, B. White, K. Dicltie, R. Freeze, L. Cornell. Third Row: J. Seltoral, B. Terelt, M. Byrum, S. Fisher, S. Trach, S. Vail, S. Wallis, H. Gardner, L. White, S. Lang. GAA 'Courts' Seasonal Sports With Spherical Solids Sponsored by Miss Margaret H. Newton. physical educa- tion mentor, the Little Red Girls' Athletic Association convened the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Flooring and netting spherical solids in after-school intra- mural contests. the court aggregation spotlighted line-soccer tournaments in the fallg basketball in the winterg and volley ball and ring tennis in the spring. On the outside court. the GAA sponsored a tennis tourna- ment, the winner receiving a club-donated trophy. Another autumn endeavor included a hike to Oglebay Park, designed primarily so that initiates might gain the all-important 200-credit points for admission during the second semester. After attaining the required membership points. conscien- tious members were eligible for the 300-point emblen and the 500-point "T," Higher plateaus of recognition-one felt stat' for each IOO credits--were also available. II3 Points 'lo ponder deserve a frequent check. 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Hollerbach Mr. and Mrs. William H. Holman Il6 L Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Krieger Greg Krivchenia H. Nelson Lang Joseph Lebow Ralph Le Pore Warren D. Leslie Albert Levin Leonard S. Levine George J. Little Francis J. Love A. G. Lowman G. E. Maness H. C. Marsh John Mason Henry S. Mayer Kenneth S. Maynard John S. Meier Pete J. Melnik . D. Michaelides Everett W. Miller Ralph C. Miller Miller Wm. K. Mitchell Miss Margaret Moore Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 'Vinton Moore W. M. Morel Patrons S CContinuedD Y Louis J. Schweizer P. E. Scott George Seibert Jr. James E. Sekoral William Shilling Virgil B. Smith Steele Walter Stewart Allen H. Stocker Samuel Stone Harry M. Stonestreet Charles H. Stricklin F. Strothman Seymour H. Subit Mr. and Mrs. James R. Yoho Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Yoor Mr. and Mrs. James A. Youngman Z and Mrs. H. A. Zimmerman Jr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William N. Zimmerman H omerooms Seniors- Bernice R. Brennan Miss Miss Adda L. Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dora H. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T M rs. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. Mark Tebay Clarence R. Thorn Ross Thorngate Jr. Trach Miss Mary A. Erskine Miss Miss Audrey Lazear Margaret M oore Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tush Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Tuttle U Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Upton V Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Van Wie Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Vossler W Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Wagner Sr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Geo. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wallace Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wayt Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Welch Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Wenzel Mr. and Mrs. James O. White Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Luke Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Winesdorfer Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Witt . and Mrs. John L. Woodruff Mr Rev. and Mrs. William A. Woods Mr. and Mrs. George Worls Mc Mr. and Mrs. John C. McAlarney Mr. and Mrs. Howard McNinch N Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nash Mr. and Mrs. James H. Nesbitt Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Niehaus Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noll Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nortemann Mr. and Mrs. James E. Nuzum O Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Orth Mr. and Mrs. John G. Osborne Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. O'Shields P Mrs. Stefana Pagliari Mr. and Mrs. Ferrer Pascoli Mr. and Mrs. David Pavilack Mr. and Mrs. William L. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pfeiffer Mr. and Mrs. K. 0. Pickering Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Porter Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Price Q Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Quinn R Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Rea Mr. and Mrs. S. Robert Reiter Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Rentschler Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Ridgway Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. George B. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. 'Donald I. Rodenbaugh Dr. and Mrs. Kermit A. Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Roush Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Rubinstein S Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sargent " Mr. and Mrs. John L. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Schrader Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schubert Art Club Class of 1960 Classical Club French Club Future Busine ss Leaders of America Organizations Future Teachers of America Hi-Y Home Economics Club Library Club National Honor Society II7 Robert H. Porter Juniors- J. C. Bullard Miss India Killian A. R. Milligan Miss Elinor Nally Mrs. Catherine Ebert Shields G. Ingram Stutler Miss Mary B. Winters Sophomores- Miss Katherine E. Barnard Frank Dumas C. C. Kraus Mrs. Opaline T. Martin Miss Elizabeth Anne Meek Miss Margaret H. Newton John A. Shinsky Freshmen- V. H. Bixler Hugh H. Butcher Mrs. Margaret Dobbs Mrs. Mary Alice Groppe Mrs. Lois Grubb Miss Geraldine J. Newman Miss Mabel Scherich Glenn R. Schreiber Mrs. Dora Steele Projection Crew Riding Club Science Club Spanish Club Y-Teens For "After We Sell, We Service! WheeIing's Fashion Center Exclusive Coats - Suits - Dresses During the Cold of Winter and the heat of summer, enjoy warm KAUFMAN'S Store of Distinctive Styles with air conditioning l from Open a Convenient Charge Account J T O O , 868 National Road CE 2-0131 28 Eleventh St., Wheeling Plumbing and Heating Phone: CE 2-2730 All Work Can Be Financed Without Down Payment N N so X Revs? X Dodge the Drops s was Shop by Phone .lohnson's AG Food Center 'Just George' 5 Phones 75 Heiskell Ave. Wds. 880 Edgewood II8 CLARKE PAPER CO. Ph CE2347O APp f E Pp can be y when yo I th it t I g e in verything you wear il , I Q1 1 in ours lx X ' ij? "' - ' ki X if k IU! af A' Wheeling, W. Va. 202 National Road Zpjuw CZMQM was. 2311 jar fAf' MM In lgeaohng WHEELING NEWS-REGISTER and WHEELING INTELLIGENCER 12 'A' ul' 301' fAr' in IQ-infing THE WHEELING NEWS LITHOGRAPH CO. rin P ting Division of u is in News P bl h g Company Fifteenth and Main Streets CE 3 0100 JOHN DIECKMANN 8. SONS O Garden Center OL d p'g 0 T Servnc O Florist S Wds. 3291 Climb the ' St to Fine Foods" FIGARETTI'S if al Road Wds Where th e unusual is the usual UPTONS GIFTS ELM GROVE Woodsdale 1 Ml-LADY SHOP ELM GROVE W. VA. TRIADELPHIA BOOSTERS Don't Drag - Boost Back All School Activities. 'kit FULTON PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS SCHOOL SUPPLIES 500 National Road Matt. L. Kirkland, Prop. Phone CE 3-3855 Ohio Va11ey's Largest Men's Store Freeman Shoes El"l'lA6Ll"6lf is Est. 1893 1225 Market St. Wheeling LU KENS CO., Jewelers A. B. POWELL, Pres. Diamonds - Watches - Clocks Sterling Silver by Towle, Kirk, Wallace, International Wheeling's Oldest Name in Jewelry Registered Iewelers American Gem Society 1314 Market St. CE 2-3372 H. G. FRIEDRICHS Sporting Goods Specialists 64-12th St. McLure Hotel Bldg 'k Phone CE 3-1970 GEORGE KOSSUTH is doing portraits by color photography they are new they are realistic they are high priced stop in the studio and see the exhibition they are being talked about in the best circles in wheeling THE KOSSUTH STUDIO l2l N....4v,-f 'J I L ,, -EYE E. 601191-afufafioms . . . gfaad of 59 Have You Gon's4ifd'eTred a Career Ln Retailing? 'T 'K 9 DIGNIFIED INTERESTING Ni STEADY as DEPENDABLE TL GOOD 81 CO. THE HUB O ,,o STONE 81 THOMAS - a - 1 Q ,E A .-- Q U, Congratulations and Best Wishes Of from HIGH SCHOOL DAYS And THE DEI.ICIOI.IS FOOD AT BANK 8. TRUST CO. , s o Elm Grove, Wheeling, W. Va. S S2523 4 fyu' 'S' "HOME OF THE BIG BOY HAIVIBURGER A Bank for A11 the People MOUNDSVILLE - WHEELING 'A' Fine Class Rings sk Announcements -k Yearbooks 'k Awards MIKE POSEY Box 6 Phone 2661 Burnsville, Wesl Virginia --JOSTElXI'S- Since 7897 l23 9 'u nz s sooo moss' :Ju Market ,, winding, Mig. Family Fun GROVE DRIVE-IN THEATRE AIRPORT DRIVE-IN THEATRE RIVERSIDE DRIVE-IN THEATRE WAGNER'S AG FOOD CENTER Established 1884 Phone us' - We deliver! Ph L nden 7-4411 T d Iphia, W. 'Va. gen! ?fIA.4Ae5 fo .740 CWM. of 1959 3,-om jig j-iafkdghia EW! !Ql.fl'0I'l:I Graduation Gaiety . . . e 3P,oribI:' L...-. if Woodsdal 2485 loin the crowd for Malts and Sodas aI: THE PIKE PHARMACY LOUIS' mmous nor nocs Delicious Homemade Pies R. R. WILSON, Prop. ,k Prescriptions Filled 11th and Chapline Stre 1 CE 29338 CE 3-3070 Woodsd I Whatever You Need Whenever You Need lt Always Ready to Help BUCH 81 DONOVAN PHARMACY Nearly a Century of Better Homes for Better Living Wheelinq's Exclusive Pontiac Dealer SALES and SERVICE 'fc CLARKE PONTIAC, Inc. Wds. 117 N t I R d t Edg gt L 2060 Natl. Road Elm Grove Wds. 3294 Flowers lor All Occasions di ..Mfflt8l"l'L 2 POSINS JEWELERS 'A' N tional Road Wds. 1900 For the "Student Body" MAX CRONE 8- CO. Wheeling Head-To-Foot Outfitters for Men and Young Men 'k Famous for Quality Diamonds Congratulations To the Class of 1959 Main at Eleventh St. The Fashion Corner of Wheeling Phone: CE 2-2110 u We Sell the Best and Service the Rest." DUVALL RADIO SALES 81 SERVICE ir 1126 National Road was. 3334 GOOD FOOD! Folks Who Know Always Go To GlESELER'S DAIRY BAR For Sport or Dress 'L 1 5 ' Wi TH PHIL N1 8 South Fourth St. Martins Ferry, Ohio THE MEN'S SHOP Wheeling's Largest Pants Store 'A' 1066 Market st. KENNEDY HARDWARE COMPANY 3300 Mccolloch St. Wheeling Spor1sman's Headquarters CE 3-3600 SPORTS EDITOR James Compagnone COPY Tom Berisford Barbara Bruce Margaret Carney Judith Cunningham Alvin Lee Frank Barbara Joyce Gross Marta Haake Acknowledgments EDITOR -IN - CHIEF Lynda Cornell ASSOCIATE EJDITO-RS Karen Rosenberg Sandra Reiter John Beda CIRCULATION MANAGERS Claudia Gayheart Chris 'Van Wie David 'Roberts BUSINESS MANAGEJR-S Linda McAlarney Vici Hood Sarah Trach Bill Woods WRITEIRS AND PROOIWREAD Elizabeth Hess Richard Hess Lillian Johnson Dorothy Junkins Rebecca Klabano Frank Le Pore ADVISEJRS ART EDITOR Lynda Cornell ERS Sallie Meier Susanna Meyer Andrea Niehaus Eloise 0'Shields Paula Stocker Linda Jean Strothman Judy Youngman Mrs. Catherine Ebert Shields fBusiness5 Robert H. Porter fLiteraryl "The 1959 Triad" Staff wishes to express its appreciation to the following for: PHOTOGRAPHY The Kossuth Studio .i.....,. .,.,.......................,... S enior Portraits and Formal Groups The Gruber Studio ....,.... .,..,,. U nderclass Pictures and Informals ENGRAVINGS, PRINTING, BINDING The Wheeling News Lithograph Company COVERS Craftco ..,..... ............... .... ..,... , C h icago, Ill. l27 Acknowledgments ,.... ......... 1 27 Activities .,.,......,,.. ..... 6 4 Administration .... ...,. 1 4 Advertisements 118 Art Club .,...,.....,. ..... 7 9 Athletics ...,... 100 Band ........................ .,..,. 9 4 Baseball 119581 ......,. .,...... 1 09 Basketball ,.... ..... ......... 1 0 6 Freshman .....,. ,...,..., 1 08 Reserve ..... . .,....... 108 Varsity .,,.....,.,.., ......... 1 06 Board of Education .,.. ..... 1 4 Cheerleaders ,..4...,.... .....,,., 1 05 Choral Groups .,...,,,..,.....,....... ...,.. 9 0 First-Year Girls' Chorus ..,,. ..... 9 0 Mixed Chorus ,..........,,,....,...... ....,, 9 2 Second-Year Girls' Chorus .....,, ...... 9 1 Triadettes .,....,.,.....,....,......,,..... ..... 9 3 Classes ......,.e.., ,..., 2 4 Freshman ...... ...... 5 6 Junior ,..... ..... 4 4 Senior ......... ..... 2 4 Sophomore ..,.... ..,.,. 5 0 Classical Club ...,... ..... 6 6 Cooks ..................,,.. ...., 9 7 Coronation Ball ., .... ...,, 4 3 Custodians .... 97 Dedication ..,,.,... ,,.... 1 1 Drum Majors ,..... ....., 9 4 Faculty ..,.......,. ,..., 1 5 Football .........,..... ......... 1 00 Freshman ..,.....,....,.,....... ,......., 1 04 Retiring Lettermen ...... ...,.... 1 02 Varsity .......,....,......,..,.. .,....... 1 00 Foreword ........ ...,.. 4 French Club .,...... ..,., 6 7 Freshman Class ,.,. ........,................. .......,. .,.... 5 6 Future Business Leaders of America .,... ...... 8 8 Future Medical Careers ........................ ..,... 7 8 103 I ndex Future Teachers of America .,,.. ...... 7 7 Girls' Athletic Association .. ,,.....113 90 Girls' First-Year Chorus ,.., ,. Girls' Second-Year Chorus ., .. ..., .. 91 Girls' Swimming Club .... ........ 1 12 Golf 419585 l,.......,.,,...,..... ......, 1 os HI-Y Club .....i...,...,........ . ..,... 86 Home Economics Club ...., ..i.,. 8 7 Introduction ,..........,...,..,.........,, ,. 1 Junior Red Cross Council ..,.. ....., 8 1 Junior Town Meeting ..,4.,. 72 Junior Class ,.... ...,,...... .,,, ,.,.. 4 4 Library Club ..,.. ..,.., 7 6 Majorettes ..... ....., 9 6 Masquers ,..........,............ .,..,. 6 9 Mixed Chorus .....,., .,.,,.,... ....,. 9 2 National Honor Society ....,. ...,.. 7 3 Nature Club .... ....,.,,........ ...... 7 5 Officers Freshman .,.,.. ....., 5 6 Junior ..,,. .,.... 4 4 Senior .....,... ....,. 2 4 Sophomore ..,..,. ..,.. 5 0 Patrons ...,.............. ...,,.... 1 16 Projection Crew .,.,. .,..,. 8 9 Publications .,..,..... ...... 7 0 Quill 67. Scroll ..., ...., 6 8 Riding Club ,..,... ...... 8 0 Science Club ..,., ...... 7 4 Senior Class .....,..... ....4. 2 4 Sophomore Class ..,.... ..... 5 0 Spanish Club ...... .,.... 5 5 Sports ............,....... ...,..... 1 00 Student Council , ..., .....- 6 4 Superintendents . .,... ,. 4.... . 14 Table of Contents ......,. ....,. 5 Thespians ....,..,............ .----- 5 9 Track .....,..,.....,...,........,,....,.,...... ......... 1 10 Triadelphia Athletic Club ....... ....,... 1 11 ' 93 Trladettes .,.,......,,..............A.,..... ...... Y-Tee ns ..,,.....,.. ----- 8 2 Cabinet ..,. ., .,.... 82 Freshman ..,.., .....- 8 5 Junior ..,...... -----. 3 3 Senior ......., ,v., . . 82 Sophomore ....... ------ 5 4 I28 -A- l L , . ' 1 ' ' I W1 ,. , '- . 1 M,-,L W - N .U A! , fa vm , ffffi 35: 'H-f- f- - W J K if L: my "'fl:1L. Q S iLi+kQm W x Xb! g, xx N-gf-Li 'gf--.""Q--M --P. Q ' , ,. V , 09f - --.: f.-,,-.-..---. f -- -x-li'-?':if.T'QfZx: ' --, , A1 y M- 7 a. 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