Triadelphia High School - Triadelphian Yearbook (Wheeling, WV)

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Possessing fhe rare abilify fo rransform each geomelrical problem info a challenge, Mrs. Grubb is able io proiecf her personal deferminalion and enfhusiasm inlo her classroom. Her former s+uden+s remember lhe superior inslruc- 'l'ion in plane geomelry offered by 'lhis exceplional leacherg bul' l'l1ey recall, 'l'oo, 'lhe "somel'hing of herself" 'lhal' was generously given 'ro each one of fhem and 'lhe warm-hearled, ye+ diligenl approach 'lhal' characlerized her +u'lelage. Known for her culinary, needlework, and hanclicrafi' pursui+s, Mrs. Grubb could be aplly crowned a champion of versalilily. Ufilizing her maihemafical prowess, she designed 'lhe plans and supervised The cons+rucl'ion of her Warwood home. Before she limiled her fields of ins+ruc+ion 'ro plane geomefry, 'lhe subiecfs she +augh'l' ranged from physics, American hislory, and English lo algebra and rrigonomelry. As a former facully adviser 'lo "The Triad" slafi and 'rhe Sludenl Council, Mrs. Grubb slands ever ready lo exlend a helping hand or a sympa'l'he'lic ear lo a Liflle Red in need of advice or friendship. ln apprecialion of The knowledge and inspiralion 'lhar she has beslowed on l'he s+uden'l's of Triadelphia High School and as a loken of admiralion for one who 'iruly exemplifies lhe pinnacle of an ideal leacher, 'lhe slaff of "The l960 Triad" dedicales Volume XLVI 'lo TrideI's one and only Mrs. Grubb. l Mrs. Grubb discusses plane geomelry procedures wilh Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Haalce al Tridel's lhirleenlh annual Open House. 6 i African "+rouble spo'ls" have 'For some lime kepf 'the res+ of ihe world alerf lo each new development As Mr. Bixler's world his+ory class siudies fhe background of +ha+ coniinenf, Larry Walfon poinls oui one of ihese in-ihe-news areas +o Charolefie Walenpool. Food for Thought Nuclear energy, afomic weap- ons. elecfronics, and guided m'issiles are imporfanf ferms in ihe modern world, increasing fhe necessiiy of scholasfic science courses. ln Mrs. Hof- fer's physics class, Ronnie Pey- fon and Nancy Lou Nesbi'H experimenr wifh a Tesla coil fhaf fhey hope will ligh+ Geis- sler fubes. sg i me ,ff 1. .,1 , yu, Comprehensive, modern prepa- raiion for college includes more 'than a background in liberal arfs. Janie Bonnesen and Lynn Holmes acquire prac- 'rical experience in 'lhe opera- lion of a mimeograph as perl of lheir personal-iyping irain- ing in fhe class laugh? by Mrs. Marlin. Emphasis on audio-visual aids has proved i+s increasing im- porfance in modern educafion- al programs. Miss Erskine and lwo of her English IV sfudenis, Mary Frances Kayuha and Linda Hamillon, lisfen 'lo a recording of "Macbe+h" which adds Broadway realism +0 'lheir Shakespearean sfudy. Heads of "Let us . . ." From America's firsl coloniza- iion up fo lhe present day, palriolism has shown evidence of being a maior force in holding fhe couniry fogefher. Mr. Kraus observes Virginia Smifh as she delivers a re- quired pairiolic speech. Some- wha'l' impafienfly, Sam Lanfz awaiis his furn. lllus+ra+ing ihe accepiance of recreafion as a vifal parf of a s+udeni's curriculum, Tridel's alhlefic program pro- vides necessary diversion from scholasiic pursuifs. ln a girls' gym class, Miss S+ewarf des- cribes io Claire Clarke and Sharon Maury fhe proper pro- cedure in mounfing a "horse." Tough Stake While Don Vandling employs T-square and ruler fo draw a blueprint his worl: is being carefully scrufinized by Frank Hemberf, classmale, and Mr. Bufcher, mechanical - drawing insfrucfor. These Liffle Reds may well be dreaming of ap- plying 'lhis iraining io fulure archifecfural lriumphs. l l As vocaficn or recreafion, ap- preciafion of music is offen fracied fo Hs s+udy and prac- iical applicafion in school curricula. Hobbyisfs and ca- reerisis number among Tridel's marching and concerf band members, fwo of whom, Rich- ard McAdams and Judy Rob- inson, praclice insfrumenlafion wifh iheir maesfro, Mr. Ash- lcinc. Wiih fhe Unifed Nafions slriv- ing 'lo m'ain'l'ain world peace, educafors help s+uden+s under- siand ifs funclions and ihe nafions if represenfs. Wifh maps and flags, Miss Moore shows Spanish l sfudenfs, John O'Shields and Lynn Gayhearf, fhe scope of fhaf language in Lafin-American couniries. Scholastic Stuffing Compuiing an income fax re- iurn, balancing a household budgei, and keeping accounls are buf fhree adull occupa- fions fha? demand a working knowledge of maihemafics. Mrs. Grubb walcphes 'iwo of her plane geomefry sfudenis, Becky Wilson and Jim Seiberi, em'ploy fheir compasses. While Khrushchev visifed ihis counfry and Presidenf Eisen- hower 'ioured abroad, Triads kepf informed on lhese and oiher perfineni happenings. ln Mr. Shinsky's social science class, Sharon Joseph and Anne Mary McDonie, freshmen, dis- fribu+e copies of "Every Week," a currenf evenfs sfudy paper. Today's in-iraining seamsfresses prepare fo be +omorrow's well- dressed women, careerisfs in +l1e home economics Field, or experf housewives. Wiih Mrs. Sfeele's friendly guidance, Dixie Neuhard enioys becom- ing familiar wi+h 'lechniques of fhe sewing machine, and Carol Downs heeds fhe insfrucfion. , ii Tl . -I' Y 'MU P21129-4 '-'-5 -'L-,gi-q -4. . ull D 2 if 3 5 I 765 BOARD OF EDUCATION-Standing, Left to Right: J. Ira Steele, maintenance supervisor: J. P. McHenry, superintendent: Levering C. Bonar, assistant superintendent in charge ot iunior and senior high schools: H. D. Wiltong. assistant superin- tendent in charge ot elementary schools. Seated: President John H. Clarlc, Clyde W. Campbell, Wm. F. Garden, Robert C. Hallett, Mrs. Richard T. McCoy. Board of Education Maintains Standards of County Schools For physical supervision and the maintenance of quality standards in its curriculum, Triadelphia High School is dependent on the tive members ot the Ohio County Board ot Education. Assisted by the three Ohio County school superintendents, this elected governing body ot the school system meets regularly to budget and distribute educational tunds, tormulate policy, arrange bus transportation tor students, hire teachers, and organize upkeep and improvements ot all public elementary and secondary schools in Ohio County. Textbooks, supplies, and equipment tor class instruction are also provided by the Board. Meetings ot this non-partisan unit are held in the Board ot Education Building, ZIO3 Chapline Street, Wheeling, the third Thursday ot every month. President John H. Clark heads the group, and J. P. McHenry serves as secretary. To this dedicated and etticient body every Little Red owes gratitude tor a large part ot his school-hour weltare. l1.r5T"'E:3.f5 .i ' '5'Fv. , .2 l 'yei SUPERINTENDENTS - Leff to Right: Levering C. Bonar, H. D. Wiltong, and J. P. McHenry. I I V l gn ,, , . ..... "' -ff: , I -I .'1-.--:-.:.:.- ..,,..,:4::.J:g.+ ,,, ,f.?.,UJ LANL . I ,-.,:W.,., , ' X - M , """-4'WEf4..l-Q ' H3-'W-V ,N-:f'LL-,-.hm vw ,.4: ..,, ww- -B-'A ww ., A. ?g,,5,3:wL i i,.,. i :I ,Y -QVVA 4 . eww mwggfgL,4,A,A,.6 -- ,mm , . , ,W Wgwm . 4 -msww ,WMM wamfsrg- Mm. wwgfjjgsgfm ag, smsgssaiig V HM., Aw , - y 5 ,Q M W l I 4' mvff, 4 pw. sg my W .,,,. M X. .H mf X w "wk 191 ,i . 'A 1 fd r,. u + 'H ,.., 'fx I ,, ,,..,.- .- mf? ss Q, f 13 QQ Q ' ' V - 2 ' , 3 M -W X- - V J, . fd ' A !,,, - ,, X 1 ., 1-"4 ' Y ' -H-: -s -' AA, .-: , ' .f-fgfq' ' "' N, ..-f -- ,.- J- -- fr' - 'gg V Q, ,A r -' . 4- F, , fx ,. 1, . mm. , Mk' .. 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'1 E3 X K K ., .' iii ' 2, 3, A :. aim.. E N' H ' g m e- ., H , 'Q' , 4 'u H H W ma- - i-. ,H 15755, ' Mr. Farmer checks programs and meefings each day So fhaf Triclel runs smoofhly Sepfember fhrough May. PHYLLIS A. BENEKE A.B., M.Ed. Dean of Girls Cheerleaders Fufure Medical Careers Club On classroom schedules and college choices Gladly Miss Beneke her opinion voices. J. W. COCHRAN A.B., M.Ed. Dean of Boys Nafional Honor Sociefy Junior Town Meeiing The Forum . Admiffance slips ana' felephone Keep Mr. Cochran quife well known. Faculty W. J. FARMER A.B., M.Ed. Principal ALMA S. FARLEY Secrelary For office work and school supplies On Mrs. Farley Tridel relies. THOMAS L. ACKERMAN A.B. Speech, Boys' Physical Educafion Head Baslcelball, Baseball Coach Freshman Foolball Coach Mr. Ackerman supervises Tridel's sporfs On baseball diamonds or baskefball courfs. W. J. Farmer PETER M. ASHKINE JR. A.B. Ba nd As Mr. Ashkine direcfs woodwind and brass Noi a wrong nofe does he lei pass. KATHERINE E. BARNARD A.B. Shorlhand l, ll, Salesmanship, Business Law Fulure Business Leaders of America Shorfhand symbols and lasl dicfafion Full under Miss Barnarcl's observafion. is 5-J" l vs. 3.l .f 1 A -1.1 h ,J .xii :MM -NV iv A Z ol J' 'E' 1 Y- X A xo l l , ,,,, Phyllis A. .Bsnelc7 J. W. Cochran Alma S. Farley 421 A V. H. BIXLER . A.B., A.M. I, World Hisiory, Social Science Around fhe world in one hundred eighfy days, Mr. Bixler guides Triads fhrough llisiory's , maze. Thomas L. Ackerman Peier M. Ashlcine Jr. Kalherine E. Barnard VIRGINIA L. BRAND BERNICE R. BRENNAN J. C. BULLARD B.Mus., A.M. A.B., A.M. B.S., Sc.M. Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus I, II English IV, Theme Wriling Biology ' T'Iad9He5 Improving and correcfing "nof clear" Nalure Club Flafs, sharps, and harmonious nofes-- phrases, Biology ferms and microscopic slides- To fhese Miss Brand her iime devofes. Miss Brerlinan helps siudenfs wifh grammafical By fhese Mr. Bullard always abides. p ases. V. H. Bixler 1, Virginia L. Brand I T Bernice R. Brennan J. C. Bullard HUGH H. BUTCHER MARGARET DOBBS ADDA L. DUNLAP B.S., A.M. Ph.B. B.S., A.M. Mechanical Drawing English I English Ill ,D,eCf,jo,, fool, and pmcficaj eye., Fufure Teachers of America Y-Teens, Nafional Honor Sociefy On fhese Mr. Bufcher does rely. Of grammar. liferafure, and expression of Miss Dunlap fo imparf unclersfancling sfrives fhoughf When reviewing poefry and aufhors' lives Mrs. Dobbs' classes are cliliqenlly fcughi. Hugh H. Bufcher Margaref Dobbs Adda L. Dunlap I5 1960 Faculty . L .lisa-MI Mary A. Erskine Mary Alice Groppe fit.. f I Lois Hoifer Arfhur E. Jones India Killian , I l C. C. Kraus Audrey Lazear Opaline T. Mariin I6 I I Lois Grubb MARY A. ERSKINE A.B., M.Li++. English IV, Speech Masquers, Thespians, Voice of Democracy, The Forum, Junior Town Meeiing, Senior Play Miss Erskine's iaslc is one of speeches ln which sfudenfs praciice whof she feaches. MARY ALICE GROPPE A.B. Business Arilhmelic. Typing I Fulure Business Leaders of America To business skill and abilifies Mrs. Groppe holds fhe "lceys." LOIS GRUBB B.S. Plane Geornelry Teaching proposifions of circles and lines, Mrs. Grubb explains geomefrical signs. LOIS HOFFER A.B. General Mafhemaiics, Physics Levers, pulleys, ond balanced weighls- Mrs. Hoffer readily demonsfrufes. ,, A N , ,4,, ,, XV' -lfgflrnif 'f .1 ' nf," I I I , I Z I1 If f', i1l'5'Jif' 1 :9i.,4rl15If I .J r I if I-J' Elizalaefh Anne Meal: Gene Milliclr ARTHUR E. JONES A.B., A.M. Problems of Democracy Faculiy Manager of Afhlelics Managing sporfs and feaching POD, Mr. Jones guides sfuclenfs wifh fluency. INDIA KILLIAN A.B. English Il. III Miss Killian's sfuclenfs wifh zeal regard The works of Dickens and "The Bard." C. C. KRAUS A.B.. A.M. American Hisfory Golf, Tennis In his classes Mr. Kraus Hnds Exim-credif proiecrs sfir young minds. AUDREY LAZEAR A.B.. A.M. Lefin I, II, Cicero Classical Club Baffering rams and Cicero's speeches- The Roman essenfials-Miss Laxear reaches. OPALINE T. MARTIN A.B. Typing I, II, Personal Typing Mrs. Marfin's knowledge of fyping fips Aids sfudenfs in margins and manuscripfs. 1960 A. R. Milligan ELIZABETH ANNE MEEK A.B. English II Slucleni Council ln Merlin's wisdom and Mark Anfony's orafions, I Miss Meek reveals world-famed quofafions. ,T ui A T541 x f WL ' .Xu GENE MILLICK K I A.B. I X American His+ory Ia Head Foolball Coach, Assisfanr Track Coach Of pioneer fime fo presenf day Mr. Millick feaches fhe American Way. Margaref Moore A. R. MILLIGAN A.B. Chemisfry Proieclion Crew, Science Club Mr. Milligan uses Bunsen burners To ligln' flre pafh for science learners MARGARET MOORE A.B., A.M. Spanish I, II, English II Spanish Club Wifi: pencils red and new verb blanks Miss Moore earns "gracias," or fhanks. ELINOR NALLY A.B.. M.LiH'. Lalin I, French I, II French Club W Miss Nally's fool is "la grammaire," ' As well as flue :useful "dicfionnaire." Elinor Nally I7 Faculty Geraldine J. Newman Anfhony Peck Roberf H. Porrer ,,R,,V 1, ," , if, f I J .,f -f W I, H .,.ffi, M "J, . , "4 ,.w1- Floyd T. Scherich Mabel Scherich Glenn R. Schreiber . -1- - -- Calherine Eberi Shields J ,V A John A. Shinslry Dora H. Sleele I8 GERALDINE J. NEWMAN B.S., M.Ed. Foods I, ll Home Economics Club Sugar and spice and everyfliing nice Are "cooked up" wifh Miss Newman's advice. ANTHONY PECK A.B., M.Ed. Ari Ari Club, Hi-Y Club While wafer poinfing and molding wifh clay, Mr. Peck's sfudenis learn arf's varied way. ROBERT H. PORTER A.B., M.Ed. English I, Journalism The Triadelphian, "The Triad" Typewrifer, mafs, and prinfers' galley Aire righf up Mr. Porfer's alley. FLOYD T. SCHERICH A.B., M.Ed. lndusfrial Arfs When if comes fo woodworking, Mr. Schericlz sees Thal Triclel's woodmen hammer wiflw ease. Ellen W. Sfewarf G. Ingram Siuller MABEL SCHERICH A.B. Algebra I Riding Club Explaining problems of disfance and rafe, Miss Scherich makes difficulfies soon abafe. GLENN R. SCH REI BER A.B. Social Science Assisfanf Football, Baskeiball Coach, Freshman Track Coach Wifh currenf evenfs and polifics A class of Mr. Schreiber's clicks. CATHERINE EBERT SHIELDS B.S.. M.Ed. Bookkeeping I, Il, Clerical Office Pracfice Junior Red Cross "Ledgerbiliiy" is Mrs. Shields' concern: Wifh balance sheefs her sfudenfs learn. JOHN A. SHINSKY A.B. Geography, Social Science Assisfanf Fooiball Coach, Freshman Baskel- bali Coach, Track Coach Teaching Triods and coaching frack, Mr. Shinsky spurs on fhe Red and fhe Black. DORA H. STEELE B.S. Sewing I, II Home Economics Club Wifh pafferns, needles, and spools of fhread Mrs. Sfeele's homemakers are ably led. John Tominack ELLEN W. STEWART B.S. Girls' Physical Educalion Girls' Afhlelic Associalion, Girls' Swimming Club Toward good sporfsmanship and fun, Miss Sfewurf aims By feaching fennis, soffball, plus indoor games. G. INGRAM STUTLER A.B. Biology, General Science Dissecfing kifs make insecfs wary: Wifh Mr. Sflufler fhey'll nof farry. JOHN TOMINACK A.B., B.S. Drivers' Training Mr. Tominack's siudenfs sfudy fraffic rules While fhey learn aboui driving, engines, and fuels. s SARAH F. WHITE A.B., B.S. Librarian Library Club By checking ouf books aid sfocking fhe shelves, Miss Whife helps Liffle Reds fo beffer fhemselves. MARY B. WINTERS A.B.. A.M. Algebra ll, III. Solid Geomeiry, Trigonomefry Y-Teens Solids, cosines, and a square-roof fable- ln ihese regions--Miss Winfers is able. I9 1960 Sarah F. While Lillie Reds Rober+ Creighfon, juniorg Susan Young, 'Freshmani Gary Daniel soplwornorezg and Mary Rul'l1 Hill, senior: pause for a chafl' beiween classes ,x "1nforma1'ion, please!"' seek Juniors Judiih Broemsen and John Michaelides as Huey siudly Miss Adda L. Dunlap's elnlighf- ening bu1lVIe+in boardx. Ingredients Alberi' Young, Paula Berman, and Douglas W'hi?e,,, freshmen, siudy memory work from Sir WaI+er Scoi'+'s "The Lady of fhe Lake." James Albaugh . . . General . . . Football I: Pro- iection Crew 3. Sharon Kay Amend . . . Commercial . . . Band Ig Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3, y John James Andenoro -Jr. ll,',", 16lerlVera'I.., . . Foo+- ball l, 3, 4: Basketball, lg,TACl'2,'137 Entered as a Viewing Tridel's trophies of past athletic accom- plishments, Seniors John Bachman, Jim Albaugh, and Philip Bartlett discuss current sports. ' Seniors l ,1. I, ,,A., ,, X" , William Baber . . . College Preparatory . . . Pro- iection Crew 4. John Bachman . . . College Preparatory . . . Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Football Manager 2, 3, 4. Joan Eleanore Bailey . . . College Preparatory . . . Band lg Mixed Chorus lg Student Council I, 2, Swim I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Cabinel' 4, GAA 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Forum 3, 43 Classical 2, 3, President 4, NHS 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3: Science 3: Freshman Promotion Speaker. Timothy William Baird . . . Commercial . . . Hi-Y 3, 4: Track l, 3, 4: Football 2. Beverly Mae Barr . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3,41 Home Ec l, 2. Emilie Bartholomew . . . College Preparatory . . . Chorus 2, 3: Y-Teens l, .2, 3, 4. sophomore from 'CelniralQ"Ca'lAhol'ilc School, Wheeling, W. Va. ,J W y Philip Leroy Bartlett . . . Commercial . . . Hi-Y 3, 4. James Albaugh Sharon., Kay Amend John James Andenoro Jr. William Baber John Bachman Joan Eleanore Bailey William Baird Beverly Mae Barr Emilie Bartholomew Philip Leroy Bartlett 22 John Beecroff . . . Commercial . . . Fooiball I, 2, 3, Cap'I'ain 4: Baskeiball I, 2, 3: Track I, 2, 3, 4. Barry A. Berisford . . . College Preparaiory . . . S+uden+ Council 3, 4: Science 3, Presidenl' 4: Classical 2, 3: Masquers 2, 3, Presicleni' 4: Thespians 2, Vice-Presidenf 3, 4: Track I: Chorus I: Freshman Promofion Speaker: Hi-Y 4. Larry S. Berman . . . College Preparafory . . . Baskeiball I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: S+ucIenI' Council I: Chorus I. Vera Kay Bobick . . . Commercial . . . Chorus I, 2, 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4. CWM-i - E wewwewjmeene af pikrfff . 107-JJ. x Q9 gif vzzilsyn L . Commercial . . . Y-Tex? 2, 3, 4: Riding 3, 4: Swim 2, 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Home EC I, 2, 3. Beverly Jane Bohlen . . . Comrperci . . . Y-T s I, .3,gx I: . ,fff Mfr! I MIP, 2, FBLQJL3 j,ynw,l My ly , ' , , I . thi, P0 If Lf" nw ,, R fbwwnlwwwyhmn Janice Anne Bonsignore . . . Commerc al . . . Ygfee I I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3: Library 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. Allan Arthur Qoyd Jyfl Col ge Pre ralory . . . Band 2 3 4 ff' J ' 2' I, , , - 5 - I' I 4 by 'I . H' .ef 0 IL ,,f 'P 4 32' rf ,M fr, K ,' U f I A I .5 V If lf V 7 "I" lfvi iff! J KI PdI7ricia'NeffjB'ennun . . . College Preparaiory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 4: French 3, 4: Ari 2, 3, 4: Forum 4: Nafure 4: Senior Secrefary-Treasurer: Tria- cIe'Hes 4. Louise Ann Brockardf . . . General . . . Band I, 2: Y- Teens I, 2, 4: Science 3: GAA 3, 4. jk lx ,x :il M I ,K Jegiuwyvjducts Wnwni VJ, J I f if I L I Min JV' WMD I 23 John Beecroff Larry S. Berman Carolyn Lee Bocllcin Janice Anne Bonsignore Pairicia Nei? Brennan , is Jef Barry A. Berisforcl Vera Kay Bobick Beverly Jane Bohlen Allan Arihur Boyd Louise Ann Brockarcll' mm Q fW5f,57I'f'Ifff Sh rl y Jean Bruno ca n calaw ' Sel1i0l'S ,Q gf, Q0 K-car C"?'f5L-,frfyv QL! -e 3 Shirley Jean Bruno . . . General . . . Chorus I, 2, 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Home Ec 3, 4: FMC l, 2, 3, 4. Glenn Caldwell . . . General. L if LN! ,0 ,df XZ! M, C ,Ld 062441 gf I J difh Ann Campbell . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Library 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4: Chorus I. Michele Candas . . . College Preparalory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: French I, Treasurer 2: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Triaclell' s 3, 4. I 'Nil C Xnthia Ann Carder . . . College Preparalory . . . Y- Teens 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Choir I, 2: Sporls Car- nival l, 2: Enlerecl as a iunfor 'Fo gParkersburg High School, Parkersburg, W. df I , 'X James Lorn Carmiclzgelii . i-Qeneral . . . Science 4. UQI g A KI, i X: r, ,AM I '7' X I I XIJIIM I QE ' MUW Iherlm arne . L Aollege Prepar glory . . . Foolball X I C I 4: askelball I: Baseball 3, 4: Track I, 2 3 4 ff' I M, ' sfilow . . . General . . . Chorus I, 2, 3: Y- Teens ' , 2, 3, 4: Home Ec I. ,J Mary Carolin Chapline . . . College Preparalory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Arl 2, 3, 4: Masquers 2, 3, 4: Thes- pians 3, Presidenl' 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Science 3, 4: Chorus I: Junior Vice-President Joan Carol Chipkar . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4: Library 4. 24 QR 034 Ronald E. Clark Mike Coey C. Alloerf Coffield Larry Crago Gary Crawford Dianne Lynn Criswell .4 e aawmzf' :ui sf , .na agi E. wa .-:xii S' E . s me 5 QQ is we E e Lim-.Ia Cox Joyce Ronald E. Clark . . . Inclusfrial Arls . . . Foolball Linda . . . Y-Teens l,2gTraclcI,2. , , , Mike Coey . . . General. Joyce Czyzewski I . . . Chorus 25 Y-T . fv.,fwM ,, C. Alberl' Coffield . . . College Preparalory. eens 5 .ri in ,WX ,glllfv Qllfml X .Af 2 ' f H - ,oil Francine Campagnane . . . College Preparalory Qxllfvqflfb . . . Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Na+ure 3, 4: I9 Qjgue fuuymuyil JRC Council 3, Presidenl' 4: SlucIen+ Council 3, 'If' fy'a5VI'VI Vvlw 4: Ari' 3, Secrelary-Treasurer 4. Raberl' Cox . . . College Preparafory . . . Hi-Y 3, 4: Track 3, 4. Larry Crago . . . College Preparalory . . . Swim I, 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4: Foofball 2. Gary Crawford . . . General . Foolball I, 4: Track I, 2, 4: TAC 2. Dianne Lynn Criswell . . . College Preparalory . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Riding 2: FMC 2. Ready to Serve Joyce Czyzewski and Francine Compagnone peruse some of fhe many college ciafalogs available for sludenl inspecfion in Miss Phyllis A. Beneke's office. A.: v, .,,. I.. "-,3,-1- in H V . ,:'.:r -y ' :r: R X. X s I . 'ffl lvl 1' 4, el r ' I 1 ... .: .AA s . I Ralph K. Davis Roxanne De Armey , Charles Edward Donaldson Ned Eugene Dosler ,E Douglas . V Y ,y , lx -' ' ,V f I' : V '-12 J - , Ralph K. Davis . . . General . Fao+5'3llQr,i,4,. Track 2. , i 'A Roxanne De Armey . . . College lirfeparalory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Band I: Chorus I, 2: Spanish 2, 3, 4. Elizabeth Anne Dentzer . . . Commercial . . . Y Teens I 2 3 4: FBLA 3' Mixed Chorus I, 3 ,4 i l i u I W ll,- Chorus 2. , ,,,Qi'l le Xi, Ronald Dickson Linda Jo Dirbas Anne Denfzer Kruiella Jeanne Dulce Roberl Dunnell lf Ronald Dickson . . . College Preparalory . . . Band I, 3: Track 2: Baskelball Manager 4. xl ,. I Linda Jo Dirbas . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, Secreiary 4: Sludenl Council 4: GAA 4: Enlerecl as a sophomore from Clinion High School, Clinlon, Ind. Charles Edward Donaldson . . . lnclusirial Ar+s . . . Track 3, 4. ,fi 1, , mil. ' ,. ,'1.w." Ned Eugene Dosfer . . . General . . . Enlered as a senior from Muncie Ceniral High School, Muncie, lnd. ew f John C. Douglas . . . College Preparalory . . . Hi- Y 3, 4: Foolball I, 2, 3: Baskelball I, 2, 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4: TAC 2, 3. Kruiefta Jeanne Duke . . . Commercial . . . Band l, 2, 3: FBLA 3, 4: JRC Council 2: Home Ec 4: Chorus I: FMC 2. Roberf Dunnell . . . College Preparalory . . . Classi- cal 2: Science 3, 4. Seniors Drage Flick, Bellie Denizer, and Lincla Dirbas puzzle 'lheir seleclion of senior name cards from a varied assorlmenl. 26 Cream of the Crop W. Beniamin Dwinnell . . . College Preparalory . . Track 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Science 4. Phyllis Dale Eurnesl' . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4, Secrefary 3: Library 2, Treasurer 3, Presiclenl 4: JRC Council 4: Chorus I. Frederick Ebeling . . . College Preparaiory . . . Track I: Forum 3, Vice-Presidenl' 4: Eniered as a freshman from Blawnox Junior High School, PiHsburgh, Pa. Donna Jean Eimer . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2: FBLA 3, 4. Sandra Lee Emerson . . . College Preparaiory . . . Chorus I: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: Science 3: French 3, 4. Susan Kay Ewing . . . College Prepara'l'ory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, Recording Secrelary 4: Swim I, 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: Spanish 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Bowling I: Library 2, 3, 4. Nancy Carole Ferns . . . General . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Home Ec I, 2: FBLA 4. Elildbefh Ann Fischer . . . College Preparaiory . . .JRC Council I: Home Ec I: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, Secrefary 4: Spanish 2, 3, Vice-Presidenl 4: Siuclenl' Council 4. Frederick D. Fivecoal' . . . College Preparalory . . Track 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2. Drage Flick . . . College Preparafory . . . Proieciion Crew 3, 4: Track 4: Enlerecl as a sophomore from Charleroi High School, Charleroi, Pa. x e y, . . x- . -. '4- Pfw W L 27 new me-m W. Beniamin Dwinnell Phyllis Dale Earnesl Frederick Ebeling Donna Jean Eimer Sandra Lee Emerson Susan Kay Ewing Nancy Carole Ferns Elizabelh Ann Fischer Flick Frederick D Fivecoal in me me me mea we W 1 -I was - Q ee sf-as ze iw ew Magis' rx.. is slg Je ,H sims was WIBX ss-H seek W B . ss me me as . mrs- e W' ani e K :E . . , Va gg, .:-:- -: . . ,.,. . ..,., .,., ,.:..,,,: ss u A xx sf x s. 5 ea il. a Mwe eqayxi a figs fe a gm Q5 H 5 if Q n n ff pr fs . EXE? dia SEE, Y J il V y fc, Charlolle Fosfer Ann Lorraine Fox Kaihleen L. Frieberlshauser Linda Ann Garrison Claudia Leigh Gayhearl Phillip K. Geimer Mary Calherine George Roberl' Leroy Gibson vCarol Elaine Gill Sylvia Dian Grandsfaff Charlotte Foster . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2. Ann Lorraine Fox . . . College Preparalory . . . Chorus I, 3, 4: Swim 3, 4: Science 4: FMC 3, 4: Forum 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Bancl I, 2. Kathleen L. Friebertshauser . . . College Prepararory . . . Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3: Classical 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4. Linda Ann Garrison . . . Commercial . . . Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. Claudia Leigh Gayllearl' . . . College Preparalory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, Cabinel 3, Secrelary 4: French I, 2, 4, Presidenr 3: Nalure 2, 3, 4: Forum 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Masquers 4: Ar'l' 3, Presiclenl' 4: "Triad"-Triadelphian 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4. Phillip K. Geimer . . . Commercial . . . FBLA 3, Presi- clenr 4: Track I, 2, 4: Chorus I: JRC Council 4: Fool'- ball 3. Mary Catherine George . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3. Robert' Leroy Gibson . . . College Preparalory . . . Baslcelball 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Proieclion Crew 2, 3: Golf 2, 3, Caplain 4. Carol Elaine Gill . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2: FBLA 3. Sylvia Dian Grandsroff . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2. Seniors 28 . H -' ' ,. ,..,., . H 2-37 H ,, ::-f+- a mane I' .-I.. 7 'W E ...V. , .QR 5 , SQ. s. ll. .1 a if H N If a Q 1 is E 4 H .. . v W . ..,,. I' -' :i: 2-2 I' , an ,.,......aa,.,5,. .:: I., 51 f H il ,f" ,:,i.,gj25:s55g,s:s-I 1 ' H ze ,.,,,1.,.5 -, -:- F: rw - L - K a M ...il iz- v -:-4:-. -:- ' , X ia-Qs Ia .L as . my X H Y S ' 5 rf lf .. A . - L . ' f , F 5 M Charles Howard Gray II Marlene Krall Guelker Gloria Anne Gwynne Roberl Haclorn Linda Sue Hamillon Barbara Sue Harringlon Sally Ann Halhaway Linda Lee Hawkins Richard Edward 'Hayes Sandra Kay I-Iendershol' Charles Howard Gray II . . . Commercial . . . Foolball I, 2, 3, 47 Baskelloall I, 2, 3: Track I, 2, 3, 4: TAC 2, 3. Marlene Kraft Guelker . . . College Prepararory . . . Naleur 2, 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 43 Chorus I, 2: Science 3: FTA 2, 35 Spanish 2, Secre+ary-Treas- urer 3, Presidenl 4. Gloria Anne Gwynne . . . College Preparalory . . . Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Classical 2, 3, 43 FTA 2, 3, 4, French 3, Treasurer 4: Science 3, 4, Nalure 3, 4g Forum 3, 47 Masquers 4, Arl 4, Enlered as a sophomore from Madison Junior High School, Wheeling, W. Va. Robert Hadorn . . . Commercial . . . Hi-Y 3, 4: FBLA 4. Linda Sue Hamilton . . . College Preparalory . . . Chorus I, 2: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Classical 2: FMC 2, 3, 4. Barbara Sue Harrington . . . College Preparalory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 43 Swim I, 2, 3, 4: GAA I, 2, 3, Presiclenl' 43 JRC Council I, 2, Secrelary- Treasurer 3, Sludenl Council 2, 3: FMC 2, Secre- +ary 3, Vice-Presideni 4: Classical 2, 3, Secrelary 4: French 3, Vice-Presidenl 4, Forum 3, 45 Nalure 3, 4. Sunny Side Up Rarely wifhoul pafrons, lhe ever-popular drinking lounlain draws Phillip Geimer, Leroy Gibson, who awail Iheir 'lurn behind Carol Gill. 4 P ajlvlzjltas Sally Ann Hafhaway . . . College Preparalory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: Nalure 3, 4, Forum 3, 4, Science 3, 4, FBLA 4. Linda Lee Hawkins . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4. Richard Edward Hayes . . . College Preparalory . . . Forum Vice-Presidenl' 3, Presidenl 4, Masquers 4: Hi-Y 41 Proieclion Crew 4: Enlered 'as a iunior from Norview High School, Norfolk, Va. Sandra Kay B-lendershor . . . Commercial . . . Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3, 4. .5 ra' H 'R ' ,. .Ag 'Same' ,engage asmaawia' a seam, fa agar E 2-Hagel gg Laa.ef1iw.a nu 5' XYKSS Q .. min! as mia vga s Mileage 5 was -mi MESH awe W, . QHNQS 5 .3 EEE Sleven D. Henry Sherman Henson Diana Kay Heusel Mary Rulh Hill Jim L. Hinegardner Lucinda Kalherine Hood Nancy Kalhryn Horne I Joe Hummel Dave Jackson George William Jaquay Az fy' Steven D. Henry '. . . College Preparaiory . . . Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: TAC 3. Sherman Henson . . . College Preparalory . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4: Proieclion Crew 4. Diana Kay Heusel . . . College Preparalory . . . FTA 2, 3, 4: Home Ec I, 2, 3, Vice-Presidenl 4: ., 1, ZF' FBLA 3: Arl 4: Forum 3, 4: Spanish 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2. 3.4. Mary Rufh Hill . . . College Preparalory . . . Fresh- man Vice-Presidenl: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Ari' 2, Vice-Presidenl' 3, 4: JRC Council 2, 3: FMC 3, Presiclenl' 4: Sludenl' Council Secrelary 4. Jim L. Hinegardner . . . General. Lucinda Katherine Hood . . . College Preparafory . . . Classical 2, 3: Nalure 2, 3, Vice-Presiclenl' 4: FTA I, 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Sludenl Council 4: Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: Triaclelles 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4. Nancy Kathryn Horne . . . Commercial . . . Chorus I: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4: Band l. Joe Hummel . . . General. Dave Jackson . . . College Preparalory . . . Foofball I, 3: Baslcelball I: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: TAC 3. George William Jaquay . . . General . . . Hi-Y 4: Swim 3, 4: Forum 3, 4. Seniors Gerald Jasko, Nick Karras, and George Jaquay discuss college plans wirh J. W. Cochran. clean of boys, from whom lhey find ready assislance. Pafricia Ann Jarvi . College Preparaiory . . . Y-Teens 4: NHS 3,1 : iv ld Chorus 4: Eniered as a senior 'From Fairmon'rJS i r High School, Fairmoni, W. Va. I I Gerai gr y Jasko . . . General . . . Proieciion cre am: fu J' Sall J Jenni . I . General . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3: Chorus I, 2: JRC Council 3: FMC I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3. Illllllll Ronald C. Johnston . . . Commercial . . . Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4. f Arthur Edward Jones . . para+ory . . . Fooiball I: Track I, : , 3' skeiball I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, Treasurer : 5 W uncil 3, Marshal 4. ,O 'I WW, M... MW p2gof roI Junkins . . . College Preparaiory . . . -Tee I, 2, 3, 4: Swim I, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3: French 3, 4: "Triad"-Triadelphian 3: Mixed Chorus I: Masquers 4. I Nick Michael Karras . . . College Preparaigzry, . . Ffgoizf II I, 3: G Ifrfl, 2, 3, 4: H'-Y 2, . , F3 , ff ba O I ' ,.. iff fl I",,,1I ff.LJ!,v"l5,f I I U5 .I I I 74. ' ,H In V .Cy - f' I ' Q' , ,J A 1 k fi, ' K fdrzf n MI.: f K' Mary Francesl'iKayuhaf. . . Cdllege "Prepara+ory . . . FTA 2, 3, 4: Naiure 2, 3, Secreiary 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Classical 2: Chorus I. William R. Ken! . . . College Preparaiory . . . Band I, 2. 'rkafxs GFI A 'Q f ., A ...Il L-fb fe ,mi K H 332:53 ,fx y :XJ I U s ' I f 1960 4 'III be , I CUQQXJJII 'VN Pairicia Ann Jarvis Gerald Gregory Jaslxo UN 'Ab W Sally .Io Jenni Ronald C. Johnslon I f I, dv.. Arfhur Edward Jones Gloria Jean Jones iq 1 f 1 AJP' WO! VD! Doroihy Carol Junlxins Nick Michael Karras IJ . I ,W cb pp Mary Frances Kayuha William R. Keni' I , ,Mlm Vw Vw N ,fy J Q I, I if i- I, -III I' gb' A 3' , 'I' I J 4INiII2ff.,9'f .,fff'f a xi Q fa a a is a Kurl' Fassig Keyser Mary Ann Krieger Kennelh Kriner Mary Eslher Leech Louis Lemmon Lee Anne Levine Sandra Lee Lunau Barbara Rochelle Mallcoff John Arden Mason Susan Ann McCormick Seniors Kurt' Fassig Keyser . . . General . . . Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Mary Ann Krieger . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, Treasurer 4: JRC Council I: I Mixed Chorus I. 'f A ,jf U , , K df ee s Mreffm dw 6 j.,zMf1 -r y r Aer My MW Aennefh Kriner . . . Commercial . . . Foo'lbaII 3, 4: FBLA 4: Hi-Y 2. ' Mary Esther Leech . . . Home Economics. Louis Lemmon . . . General . . . Enlerecl as a sophomore from Clay Junior High School, Wheeling, W. Va. Lee Anne Levine . . . College Preparalory . . . Y-Teens 4: Chorus I, 2: Na+ure 2, 3, 4: Science 3, 4: Classical 2. 3.4. X I W H A ,yo I' boa cf ,E lf fe' Jxiixr' Sandra Lee Lunau . . . College Prepara+ory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FMC I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2. Barbara Rochelle Malkoff . . . College Preparalory . . . French I, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Nafure 2, 3, 4: Science 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4: Chorus I: Forum 4. og tr, Qfxwx' bpoygb .fo PI JD n Ardlfn Mason College Preparalory . . . Arl' 2, 4: Baskefball I, 2, 3, 4: Foolball I: Track I. X - - ' , :Q I XT3 X XX LK' - gf' LJ, LP' L .U ' Q J WIT Iv Sluclenl' Council 2: FTA 2: Swim I, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus I, 2: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: French 3, Presiclenl' 4: Y-Teens I, CaI:ine+ 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-Pesidenl' 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: Science 3, 4: NHS 3, 4. 32 Susan Ann McCormick . . . College Prepararory . . . Bonnie Mohgar, Sandra McCready, and Eslelle Meagle admire lhe Wesl Virginia Siale Flag pre- senfod by lhe I959 gradualing class. Fourth Course Sondra L. McCready . . . General . . . FMC l, 2: Home Ec l, 2: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: Forum 3: Chorus I: Library 4. Mdrgdref Estelle Meagle . . . College Preparalory . . . FMC l, 2, 3, 4: JRC Council 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Science 3: Chorus l: Ar+ 4. Constance Jane Medick . . . General . . . Home.uEc I, 2: Swim 3, 4: FMC I: Y-Teens l, 2, 3204: Library 3, 4. 'fpf Dwighl' K. Menard . . . College Preparalgiiy . :W ' "x Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. gl' yi -lux. ,-J C 3 ' Keifh Menard - - - General ' - - PfQ:i?,Ffl0'P-,,Cf?Wl' Sandra Gay Miller . . . College Prepara'l'ory . . . 3. 4: Enlered as a iunior from McKinl3Sy,lVocia4ion,a"l Chorus II 2' 3. Classical 2' 3' 4: FTA 3: FBLA 4: High School, Wheeling, W. Va. , i' U EJ Y--reens I 2 3 4 ,X A V! V I 1 I ' Bonnie Lee Mefzgar . . . Comnieicialj3Yf.h' g'JRC Council I. 2: Classical 2. 3. 4: Tffl'ee'nS" I.-1 3. fi-,OV Berry Minrer . . . Commercial. Jeffre L. Miles . . . College araflorfy. . . Banbly y fx P J lY fl I, 2: Swim I, 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3f', 4?g'lScience 3, Pafrick Mfmaha I. . . General . . . Foolball I: Band Vice-Presidenf 4: Sludenl ,Council 3:i,fPresi7?:lenl' 4. I: Choruj,l7N 3, ll X 1-Al ii 'X vb i K yi' if ' ' J A ai ,yi ,gl M X 413 ,MO 'Xi ,N Cy K L ,life G' l I V V l I -I ' Sandra L. McCready Marg-:rel Eslelle Meagle ff' Dwighl K. Menard Keilh Menard Bonnie Lee Mefzgar Jeffrey L. Miles Belly Minler Pafriclr Monahan ,Lg-. , 33 Judy Ann Moore . . . College Preparaiory . . . Y-Teens I, 3, 4: Science 4: FMC 4: Band I, 2,' 3,I4: Majorelre 3. 4. William Randolph Morel . . . College Prepararory' . . . Track I: I-li-Y 2. K I Sondra K. Morgan . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, Karen Muenze, Randy Morel, and Calherine Morfakis ciompare available scripls for a senior play and discuss lhe meriis of each. .1 Q,1sv3..,k5o.n.. IOYS Q"N--X,-1-Lax ..:.o.e- -.xzsskfld 'L xg Catherine Mortakis . . . General . . . C s Y-Teens 4: GAC I: Enierecl as a sophomore Warwood High School, Warwood, W. Va. J Karen Lorraine Muenze . . . College Preparaiory . . . 'l7riade'Hes 2, 3lI4: Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3 4 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, FMC 2, 3, 4: Forum 3, 4: 4: l'lo,m'el Ec 4. l'-'l Frieda Ann Muldoon . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3,l4: Chorus I, 2.5 Shirley,Ann Laverne Nash Q . . Commercial FBLA 34, 4. I , 'Ilufh Nelsonl-. . .I'College Preparafory Chorus? I, 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3: Y-Tee FTA 2, 3, 4: Science 3. ns23 'Nancy Lou Nesbifl' . . . College Preparafory Nafure 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Classical 4: FMC 2, 3, 4: Chorus I. Dixie Lee Neuhard . . . Commercial . . . JRC Coun cil 2: Swim 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: Home Ee 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Home Ec I, 4: GAA I, 2. I, 2, 35 4. ,G -SJ -,Q ,.Vli,l'v fvw A . ' ' XX 'J' ' X-Neff 1 if PY fl' f ' .1 W ,,,:o'- ll'-' QACQ xg-, if 4- ,I KIJJ , ,H I I T , g Pi.: I L I X V' -K V' 3. Vx' XJ . KJ L 3 , J X Cl! r.J,l O 'lk . . ' ' - , f . ' I- 'I-I In ir , -- , E5 - " ' ' ' ' i - ri nr.-f iv 0 ' C79 .fix I r, M J QJ 1 I .ye 1' if ax lm f s. i Judy Ann Moore William Randolph Morel Sondra K. Morgan fx Ili-Xkjbaiherine Morlalcislylf , Karen Lorraine Muenze . . , ,. Frieda Ann Muldoon Shirley Ann Laverne Nash Ruih Ann Nelson M ,,Nancy Lou Nesbiil' XR jff Dixie Lee Neuharcl 'J Em., . 1 ' f F.-if fx- ff ,. X 'JUQQN l N ll' nfl' I' ., J ,' ,l -' ' 3 1 -'V' .27 - , kg! - gf' N' " I f Xml I --' If ., YJ 1 f lfv. 1 " ' ,Q Q . ll H -. . Ol" 1 JIM' .,' lj fi , Til" l l- I fi if , X a. ' w. Marlene Nolfe . . . General . . . Y-Teens I, 3, 4: FMC 3, 4: FBLA 4: Home Ec 4. sew, . Roberl' Oliver . . . College Preparalory . . . Hi-Y 3, 4: , Masquers 4: Proiecfion Crew 4: Enlered as a iunior from H McKinley Vocalional High School, Wheeling, W. Va. E mage Jlldifh Elizubefh Park . . . College Preparalory . . . Spanish 2, 3, 4: French 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Chorus I. l ' Churlgs Pasxavugzg. k- qreZar j7 E741 L "W 'jf' uf22'f'l" " L ZW " VJWY 9 " 'A-ll lil' 16 fi K flvi wrxaf!fL"ldi A C' 6 , , W J 2 60,7 ,foliar ROHGEG. Lglafion Z figfiollege greparal ry . . . Baslcel- ball I, 2, 3, 4: Track I: Masquers 4: Hi-Y 4. Sandra Kay Phillips . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Library 3, Secrelary 4: FBLA 3, 4: Chorus l, 2. .E H W0 I new im, .,.,.,.,.,. ww. Wm Nancy Gail Poor . . . College Preparalory . . . Chorus I: Sludenl' Council l: Y-Teens l. 2. 3. 4: JRC Council 2: Riding 2, 3: Sophomore Vice-Presidenl: French 3, 4: :': Masquers 4: Forum 4: FMC 4. -K E, :fl Carol Ann Reass . . . College Preparalory . . . JRC E it 'Qi Council 4: Chorus I, 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Science 3, 4: :': igig" i lg Classical 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4. 3 "six g 5 Sandra Renee Reiter . . . College Preparalory . . . Bowl- 'H ing 'I, 2: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Forum 3, Secrel'ary-Treas- 1 "" 7 ji ' urer 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: French 3, 4: Nalure 5 32 2, 3, 4: "Triad"-Triadelphian 2, Associale Edilor 3, ,Xu 7 H F Triadelphian Edilor 4: Chorus l. I A S' like -'N lt William E. Rhoads Jr .... College Pre giraloryg D, Band I, 2, 3, 4: Proiecfion Crew 3, 4. ig fm 'N lx' rgqxff i WQY -lilo ' l , N ' ,X lf ., , :-- :-A .il pr: an ,Qi xlxD,lrD fix, ,X Marlene Nolle Roberl' lkagjw-, KQV if' 'N'Jucli'lh Elizabelh Parlr Charles J. Pascavage YJ 'V PM veil' 4 olvgl Ronald G. Peylon Sandra Kay Phillips ,X U , Nj 1 VX ' NK Nancy Gail Poor Carol Ann Reass ' ,Lj:?i':l' if fd ' ndra Renee Reiler William E. Rhoads Jr 53, gr :Q yr "1 'N dx Ax' ,D V : ,:- hs., A X- ji 45 :SQL by li J ' , 'X ,l lu Rufh Ann Rice Karen Louise Ridgway Palricia Louise Rine Sarah M. Roberfs Lee Robinson Elizabelh Jane Rider Connie Lee Riggle David Slanley Roberls John Hollis Robinson Roberla Louise Robinson Seniors W I Rufh Ann Rice . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3: Chorus I, 2. Elizobefll Jane Rider . . . College Preparalory . . .Y- Teens I, Cabinel 2, 3, 4: "Triad"-Triadelphian 2: JRC Council I: Classical 2, 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: Swim I, 2, 3, Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Mixed Chorus I, 3, 4: Triadelles 4: Freshman Promolion Speaker: Sophomore Secrelary- Treasurer: NHS 3, Secrelary 4. Karen Louise Ridgway . . . College Preparalory . . . Y-Teens l, 2, Cabinel 3, Presidenl' 4: FTA 2, Vice-Presi- denl' 3, Presidenl' 4: Science 3, Secre+ary 4: Forum 3, 4: Nalure 2, 3, 4: French 3, 4: Classical 2, 3: NHS 3, 4: JRC Council 3: Freshman Secrelary-Treasurer: Swim I, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Promolion Speaker: "Triad"-Tria- delphian 4. Connie Lee Riggle . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3: Chorus I, 2. iw' ,I ill ,gr if Pofricio Louise Rine . . . College Preparalory . . . Y- Teens I, 2. David Sfonley Roberf . . . College Preparalory . . . Swim 2 3 4- as s 4' Track 3' f'Triad"-Triadelphian I QW W, ffwlfflf QZIZQW Lygldfdll . Roberfs . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Home Ec 2: GAA 4: Chorus I, 2. John Hollis Robinson . . . College Preparalory . . . Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, Treasurer 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Golf I: Sophomore Presidenl: Senior Presi- cIen'l'. 1 ,Jig ll I 'S ,jf -s. Q b , , A 3? ., :K 7 -17, z,,,- ,.' W, of f :V '-sg' f. . ' ' , Ex S3 I -iw 'xgt C 34 ,XF LM iq-Q X' f XSLT Eff si ' Q I Se, 8 , 1 . kelball I, 2: Track I, 2.x 7 L 35136 fl 'Life Roberfa Louise Robinson . . . College Preparalory . . . Band I, 2: Mixed Chorus I: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FMC 2.4. 36 Lee Robinson . . . Geierals Foofballl lg, 2.3:-4: Bas- M Q1 f' I -alp- ' QQ Leila Rosen Carolyn Lee Rolh A- Rulh Schmalz Janel Lee Schmeichel Leila Rosen . . . College Preparalory . . . FTA 2, 4, Presidenl' 3: Classical 2, 4, Treasurer 3: French 3, 4: Forum 3, 4: Nalure 3, 4: Science 3, 4: Masquers 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Thespians 4: Bowling I, 2: JRC Council 4: NHS 3, Vice-Presiclenl' 4. Carolyn Lee Roth . . . General . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Home Ec I, 2: FMC I, 2, 3: Chorus I, 2. Barbara Ellen Rubinstein . . . College Preparalory . . . JRC Council I: FTA 2, 3, 4: French 3, Secre- lary 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: Bowling I, 2: Science 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4. Walter Russell Rupp . . . College Preparalory . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4. Anifa Jane Sampson . . . College Preparalory '. V. . Band I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Swim l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I. Rufll Scllmalz . . . General . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2: FMC 2. Janet Lee Schmeichel . . . College Preparalory . . . Chorus I: JRC Council 3, Vice-Presidenl' 4: Bancl 'l: Swim I, 2, 3, Presiclenl 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Classical 'rriders cup of f1'f:.7,i I I 4, lflancy Seamon and Ru+h,Scl1n'iaIz lreeplup-lo-dale on club meelings as lhey scan imporlanl announce- ' menls on lhe board in Girls' Sludy Hall. 37 Barbara Ellen Rubinslein Dennis Louis Schrader 3, 4: Forum Thespians 3, Nalure 3, 4: Dennis Louis pson Waller Russell Rupp Anila Jane Sam Brenda Lou Schweizer Nancy Seamon 3, 4: GAA 2, 3, 4: Masquers 3, 4: Vice-Presiclenl' 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Science 3, 4: French 3, 4. Schrader . . . College Preparalory . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4. Brenda Lou Schweizer . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4. Nancy Seaman . . . General . . . Y-Teens I, 3: Home Ec I. xxx fi . aww. Alberta Mae Shafer Jeannine Lois Shaw Annette Jane Sheilrovitz William Wesley Singleton Sarah E. Slredel Judith Stab Paula Jane Stocker Richard Joel Stone Ralph Strader Robert Strauch Alberta Mae Shafer . . . Commercial . . . Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4. Jeannine Lois Shaw . . . College Preparatory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3. Annette Jane Sheikovitz . . . College Preparatory ...Y-T eens l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus l, 2: Spanish Forum 3. William Wesley Singleton . . . College Preparatory . . . Projection Crew 3, 4: Entered as a iunior trom Central Catholic High School, Wheeling, W. Va. Sarah E. Skedel . . . Commercial . . . Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Triadettes 3: FBLA 3: JRC Council 2. Judith Stab . . . General . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FMC l, 2, 3, 4. Paula Jane Stocker . . . College Preparatory . . . JRC Council l: Classical 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: Nature 2, 3, 4: FMC 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: "Triad"-Tria- delphian 3, 4. Richard Joel Stone . . . College Preparatory . . . Football Manager I: Mixed Chorus I: Freshman President: Student Council 2, Vice-President 3: Masquers 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Triad"-Triadel- phian 2. Ralph Struder . . . Commercial. Robert Strauch . . . College Preparatory . . . Hi-Y 2, Vice-President 3, President 4: Science 3, Treas- urer 4: NHS 3, President 4: Freshman Promotion Speaker. Seniors ln need of reference material, Judith Stab and Jeannine Shaw sign out of study hall for an hour in the library. 38 Oak Park Toppings wily' li , i lin Richard Sfrawn . . . College Preparalory. Shirley Carolyn Supler . . . Commercial . . . FBLA 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4. Shirley Louise Trenton . . . Commercial. Brock Tschappaf . . . College Preparaiory . . . Classi- cal 2. Lee Ann Tuttle . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 47 Home Ec I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4: Band lg Mixed Chorus Don Vandling . . . Commercial . . . Eniere , M from Beaver Falls High School, Beaver Falls, Pa. Alexandria Joan Vargo . . . College Preparalory . . . JRC Council 31 FMC I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus l. Verna Virginia Vargo . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Home Ec 3. Neva Jean Vellenowefh . . . College Preparaiory . . .. Chorus lg GAA I, 2, 3, 4: Swim I, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Classical 2, 3, 4: Frencli-,3 43 Y-T ens I, 2, 3, 4: Naiure I, 2, 3, Presideni 4i lgl7Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. vip 0 "IQ, I- 7 we Q, Ox or ,I Jean Vercellotfi . . . Corrilheycial . Chor Ig H Ec 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Y, I- QQ? us ome P Y 39 466 , Richard Sirawn Shirley Louise Trenion Lee Ann Tulile Alexandria Joan Varqo Neva Jean Vellenoweih Shirley Carolyn Supler Brock Tschappal Don Vandling Verna Virginia Vargo Jean Vercelloiii W ,. kiwi 1 2 , 4 .em ' Haggis: PENNY' EVN Q e ii' if if , a H416 agar, 5 r 5 wa . Joan Vercelloffi . . . Commercial . . . Chorus lg Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 47 Home Ec 3, Presidenl' 4: FBLA 4. Richard Vespa . . . College Preparalory . . . En'I'erec.l as a senior from Xavier High School, New York Cily. Beverly Georgeann Wallace . . . General . . . Chorus I: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4. James Wallace . . . General . . . Track 3. May Woods Wallace . . . College Preparaiory . . . French 3, 4: Chorus Ig GAA 3, Secrelary 4: Swim I, 2, 3, Vice-Presiclenl 43 Band I, 27 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Science 3. Linda Sue Wayf . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. WMM -5LLu6.5f.f, EQ czfn,4Q . WW' 0 ii 6 af Isonna ebevfi . G'eneZa'l?d6?Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus lg JRC Council 2: Science 3: FMC 2, 3, 4. Rose Lee Weisgerber . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens 2, 3: 4: FBLA 3, 4. Bonnie Kay Wel's . . . Commercial . . . Maiorefle I: Band 4: Y-Teens 4: FMC I. Sfephen A. Wenzel . . . General . . . En+erecI as a sopho- more from Cen'Iral Cafholic High School, Wheeling, W. Va. Joan V rciellolh Richard Vespa 40 , . . l , , Q 47 K X kic-1,36 JMQ X ,f1QJQbM,v.QjL,,. ll '-I dy! pu' I' "ff, X l I A gi fl ,IU I A ,IUC .lf fl I Q. - .4 1, . , . f X 1-I 0, yup- 1 A.-iq , i In g if , M.. jj 6 ,I , J5.3QQli,fiJ,,LL,LQ fivuvbcl Lu, 1 .J 1 C , fiiiffill lifelel Elaine Sue West Patricia Anne West James Larry Wharton Baxter Whitalrer ,X ,Peggy White Gary Wildemann Matthewlyn Joyce Woicil: William A. Woods Jr. :Bonnie Lee Youngf-,i 'i Judithgbunn Youngman , g , I , f , , I -9:49 m,Va4f,fe?ff-9 .,g4.,w.alZ, - ,, f A ' s K J 3 V " 'I I I 534.14 K-.fgigzg agen I 'i - I 4 A I - I ,2.M1f2f2eMff4, ,aeeffxeife-vflev f f 1 I I- J aa! , .-.ff.z,., L -- , ,, -'T . swf:-.C71f24 Elome Sue West . . . Commercial . . . Cfhorus li: FBLA 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4. Patricia Anne West . . . Commercial . . . Band I: Chorus I: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: FMC I: FBLA 4. James Larry Wharton . . . Commercial . . Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. Baxter Whitaker . . . College Preparatory . . . Band I, 2, 3: Hi-Y 3: French 2: German I: Aeronautics 3: Rocket 2, 3: Chess 3: Entered as a senior from Morristown High School, Morristown, N. J. Peggy White . . . Commercial . . . Chorus I: Y- Teens I, 4. Gary Wildemann . . . College Preparatory . . . Football I: Track I: Classical 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4. Matthewlyn Joyce Woicik . . . Commercial . . . Chorus I: Y-Teens 2, 4. William A. Woods Jr .... College Preparatory . . . Band I, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: "Triad"-Triaclelphian 3, si fix ,gi 4: Science 3, 4: Art 4: Masquers 4. Sunfnyl-daes Ahead . x At the second-floor hall bulletn board, iors Bonnie Young and Peggy White pause for a daily resume of pertinent announcements. 4I H441 BOWIE Lee Young . . . College Preparatory . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Chorus I, 2. Judith Ann Youngman . . . College Preparatory . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Riding 2, 3, President 4: Classi- cal 2, 3, 4: FMC 2, 3, 4: Nature 3, 4: Science 3, 4: Spanish 3, 4: JRC Council l, 4: Band l: Chorus I: "Triad"-Triaclelphian 3, 4. aa, .aginsrfesm Saving IS f 1 gf. WN P Senior Class Officers L e U if ly .W 5? cifjpuyl, .SV L ef, K rigjwhyf xJ 'N Bob Cox, Pafricia Brennan, John Robinson Presidenf ..... .. JOHN ROBINSON Vice-Presidenf .... ........... B OB COX Secrefary-Treasurer ................... PATRICIA BRENNAN Seniors Review Four Years Beneath TrideI's Portals In Sepfember, I956, fhe Oak Park Annex bulged wifh ifs annual influx of slighfly bewildered, buf eager freshmen. Before fhaf year ferminafed, fhe newcomers were versed in social science, claimed "Ivanhoe" and "The Lady of fhe Lake" as new acquainfances, and elecfed fheir firsf Sfuclenf Council represenfafives and class officers. New friends of fhe l957-i958 season included "Julius Caesar" and iarofozoans. Moving info fhe Main Building, fhe sophomores gladly relegafecl "bird's-eye"-view assemby seafs fo fheir successors. Wifh ofher Liffle Reds 'lhey observed fhe Triads' "perfecf" season of I0 sfraighf foofball losses. As elevenfh graders, fhe Class of I960 survived fhe hula-hoof craze, helped fo hang a Wheeling High foofball player in effigy, and shared "The Vision of Sir Laun al." Class rings and fhe firsf Junior- Senior Prom were highlighfs of fhe year. Tridel's final year for fhe I960 graduafes was crammed wifh parficipafion in Mounfaineer Day, College-Enfrance Examinafions, fhe Senior Play, and career plans. While six seniors advanced 'lo fhe rafing of Finalisfs in Nafional Merif Compefifion and one fwelffh grader earned an honorary science award, many ofher members of fhis class headed sfudenf organizafions. Commencemenf Day broughf common grafifude for four years of learning and experience-and a wealfh of memories. 42 Five royal seniors, candidafes for queen of "Cherry-Blossom Land," fhis year's March I8 Coronaiion Ball, are presenled io fheir cour+. Leff io righ+, Susan McCormick, Pafricia Brennan, Her Maiesly Eliia Rider, Claudia Gayhearf, and Cynihia Carder show maiesfic cle- meanor as lhe Schafer-Kloss Orcheslra wa+ches in rhe background. Empress of 'Cherry-Blossom Land' Crowned in Pineroom, March 18 Cashng lhenr vore nnlo a fypucal Japanese pagoda, John O Shields and Donna Virginia Schrader, freshmen, make lheir choice for queen of lhe annual fesliviiies. Eliza Ricler, ruler of "Cher- ry-Blossom Land," surveys her "subiec'fs." 43 1 f' A fl , , ,V - 2 .ff K X ,, ,. , ,- 4 W , 1 f ' ,, H , I, -fig-vp "1 I 5 ' f JN 1 I ,I Lf' JL ' V '- . -A J ,rf A fr" f f' x .ff 5 ' fx . K .F yr' ' . N 5 , 32 . fr l - In ,V 14 ' ' " ,. V f, r , 1 , , . , U j , , f , 4- s VJ W r f , W . If if Y , Bl Kg? -tk fl ,l,, I 4 I k 'Ji . iff: . 5 C 1 'ff 'All' A y -'I "' 5:B,5'ma5 ' 1' 1 ' .' ' ' "f' f":? ,Y ' - - V ,sw my , , 5,5 x Dianne Allen ' B' ' I Karen Amend ' 1, J ' Sherry Armbrechi' Q ' l ll" 1 W v N , 1 John Armsirong 5 1 ' 1, l- 1 Pal' Auber b 'B lg Lynne Baker M 'ii-, E ' l' - , ' ' ,fp , .H lv j W J! Z .. - B :-: Ve: B H ss H B a is :s e E Mag -ro He Bankey ES' WMI M lm? ' me ,. W I8 Barreff , I V, H "U ' if H J - E B ' u Q Qyplfavifi' ll vg a pe :jj Zfif. fa- A ' 3 an Beck J 4 'H C -4 'B 5 QA 7 'Z' ' " - May. W X - j SSB ,. ' ,, :Qi I: 3 me bf 5 Y E Y. JEL -.C :uri B ' M K r -. ,fr',,, Belly Lou Behrens -V " if Bonnie Bell .H ' y ' . ,E 1,3 Bonnie Binger 5 U ' L f " 7 V L 'l Je'FF Boerger Q' 'Q' 1 -- A ' tlul J ' w .,- Y, ' , ' - anle Bonnesen es gig - rx in ,N , ,- Wayne Bowers EZ " J ' V If - , 2 . A . X v,, A A 1 I I ' . 5 Millie Bradford M - Y: Judlfh Broemsen -- 2 5 Sfephen Brooks I z Q lf E H B2 Bryanl' Brosche in ,fl 5 V- ' , H Q L Q- " I ' R :-: E 5 James Brown N Q Q Barba ra Bruce .: ::5ra!a., ii: 2 g ::::.- , x 414- V Becky Bryanry A M H E A gk'-" J H 2 I. ,I E A ..., Bob Born? 1 , . l N fl Q -I Lawfent:ew,Bursie ' . - H? A 4 K ,, ,. , Bonnie. Callahan f " ' 2 1 l 3 . '. , I h ,A Q. ,. ,I -X ' 1 ' x f V Marganel Carney' ' n Q, ' ' f, " Janei Caelilowf A X S ' N ML N' an r ,gl v V., ',y. g et - an-A 2, 'D ,. N N N31 A L -' V ' was -M . J , David Chambers 7 Joyce Chambers New U A , Roy Chaney Y H I 4 .QI , e . ,H Susan Clarke 122' I' spa ' ' B' Judilln Clise Q HB9 E ' z sql if ,, Kennefh R. Cohen in : I Y , I ' - X. K e :W A l A X , :lf ,fish V1 D sgww M H H We In 'gal K 'ff -Q 'A H gs: Same: an E : H l ie.-qvggggs E --j I H Carolyn Colley 355,24 H B222 --35, fi E '. ,l , Nedra Colson if ' in ' ggi: . z lg ,T 1' 1 ' ,E Harold Cooke H . QE eases' an , H ,f-.,, H ' A V am , 1 H Angelo Cornell T H riffs? ' l 1 L 1, I ' H ' :-: .. ',:, 2 " "'-' . a H E.: , y Paul Cornell xy , ,BE W ff Donald Craddock ? ,, ' 1 1 Juniors 44 Roberf Creighfon Janef Criswell Susan Crossland Richard Crupe Judy Cunningham Barbara Curronce Roberi Dague Linda Davies Larry Davis Sandra Depio Kaiherine Dicltie Dan Dickinson Joy Dirbas Norma June Dobrzynslri Joy Doman Janice Earnesf Carolyn Eilzey Jane Elberf Judilh Elberf Lynne Ellioll Belly Ellison Susan Emblen Fran Engle Lyle Anne Ernsi Tony Figarefli Bill Francis Alvin Franlr Marcia Franklin Rachel Freeze Rosemary Fronl Irma Gary John Gaynor Mary Genfher Roberl' Giles Pafricia Gray Barbara Gross Marla Haalze Bill Hadssll Reber? Harris Mike Hartmann Franlc Hemberl John Henderson is N - r i 1 lj - , r A f ,- ffl Vfj. ff K- Ql rw' fr ' 5' ff! , . ,J fi rv' .,-is rw ' Lyla 1 XML, X, V V I L" Nui, If Ll , L21 lf' A . , , bl L If if ,"1 jj ffl,-' I ff' Xf' lf ' f ' I ,v. i . '-.i ,i q i . 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WNY M J 'wil 'iw F, . hi Qhntglas Kirchner 59 V. - Q' A J A fl l, Frlanlc Kirkland 5 4 ' 1 K lk . . L 4 lk Rebecca Klabano , QEIE: I K3 kvu 1 A is ' Judy Knollinger l , ' I V V V XT'- Lynne Koehler 'L ' . . . " 2 .- - ' s f .i A ' I , 5 ' .J ii' "M- 5 ' Carol Korn . gig: S- ' "-, 'A ' ' Virginia Krifger up Q I. V iv -ri ' ' 1 li' ' l ..., - ' ' 'L, - - l r 4 . V . . T.. 1 ,, - .. ian P . . . . I H 5- ,r fl U6-jj ' Egldewnd kwin ' " , I - ,ML i ., ' ye' ' I ' Q14 f 4 56" Lgwigfbj S. .1 ' I j,- K., l' , W -1 - ,K ll V . J . A , J. org: 1 L L Nigel: ibozwfher ' f . ' I u . ' ' .J fr bi ,uf r U 4. 1 4 LW. JL , -ff. , J 4 L l X . c M 1 My who . ,iq J A vg, J A W egg V17 angyy Luoalsfl' X1 lr I :Sz -1 -'- IL' 9 "' 1 " 'l X Shargfdbiiuc VU J gf a W l " 'H RJ' jdzlim Lllzafler l I i ' A' 1 'J ' 1-1, :W V ff . David Lyolzil ' ' - , I 5 Q Edna Maifhews fi? :" - ' i X 0 P I J. M Z 'i , gf 1,-. 44 au ayer V l 4 I .'w. Q ff- X' l " Q J: :,: Richard M d m' P J , Lind Clelland. ' , ' 9 ' ' io ' 'Iif',32.:f:3Qi3 R Y X- ' " T , If ff' a awe' 'k 1 in W "' Q X I . U l n' 5 lx V, 5 ggi, I' in J 2 y A X J imlkdywfpyl, Ml! , A 1 I W if ilu ll 5 ki tl mul? yr N 46 J jVbfbL6J,y7 , , rg if, V 1 ,,7Z-'ff K . ,Vp A Jfjfazf .Pj 4 by M, I, Marian Meniz Susie Meyer John Michaelides Kenny Miles Carolyn Miller Hilda Miller Jenny Lee Minor Clyde Minfer Karen Mullarlxey Neal Mundie Jo Ann Murphy Sandy Murphy Bob Nelson Jay Nesbiff Andrea Niehaus Eloise O'Sl1ields Judi Parker Linda Peferson Ray Pierce Dave Powell Amy Quinn Nancy Rapp Phillip Rea Paffy Riclcey Carolyn Rider Shirley Riichea Roger Rifner Tommy Roberis Joe Robinson Fred Roscoe Nancy Roih Brenda Ruble- Aniia Rush Willnifa Sams Consfance Sargeni Judy Schuler Paul ScoH' David Seamon Jael: Shafer Linda Shaw Ned Shea+s Sharon Shook 1 ' JVIU4 .fr"l?l' 74 I .is up , vs. 'ff gb- xv? , r. . . 4 -mv ' 1, 1 1 ,4- gf' -if , A fb 9 'i QQEL, X , CSN W . -29x ,. RBQQBNQQQ Y Y V 7,5 MF? if N ... "E'W:':5E?f?:"' af R , - 3 -' ' 1 ' A ., . 251 - fwp sw- '- "LL M S ' R 5, ,A J' I lkiik A A f' V4.1 . .- 5 -- .www . H V ..,. .,E,E,.,..: E i .,.,.,.,.,...,..,.. ,hi ' f S, 1' -' W tiff- 5 ' li l 1 ff' .,, y I le. .-gr: , l P Y' J 'Y AA l 3? J 1 xx f wi? li,y Z y i iiii J' X , f .4 47 f emszu' N , 5 h ,Qui 5 R A+! WWW in i i igh Third Meal Lois Sims Chris Smilh Virginia Smifh Nancy Somerville Thomas Slanlon "James Sfeele ' .Abu xrqy Eel .Xian X yy ,l . 51:-. 4'Ii! 431- . 1 l I T if l Mary Svleele elk -' if lf? a X l ' Linda Jean Sfro+hman' ' if '- John Srudenc ' 3? Il inl " Q ' g 'V , '. , yyklcllsra subll 5 6 ' V ' Geraldine Sweclrer ' VF' ' 1 A L F 'N Donna Swiger H ' ,V -f as 1 ESM 'f.,,5. gif Z V I , , " .. sy ll 3522 13 X .Qiiffll -M7 l , ' ' Q Leslie Swiger 1 W - -4' Donna Tennanl 'Q 2 ' I N f,!3:N4. Belly Terek ' f- 'A - an , 9- , - , F Judy Theiss 'ii " A 4 ,F 5 ri Elsie Toland :', f L:-ff L rev L Charles f Travis r U X, ' , l :N ,iv A38 , f. ' i + ff All Sharon Tuel 1, Marie Tusfin 3 ' L' 1 Roberl Uplqn' L 128 A Virginia Vermlllxion . J ' V ' 3 A i Q ' ' V Florence Vbifle V V V ""i 4 A ,Xia , ' Dave Vosviclz . l I , ? ' . ' l ..f' l X fl 'i"i -' L l if I , 33 1' '-'1- 'LJ' Mary Wallace 3 f Ayfyjllli L ' Rita Wallace J "'.'4 , Q", W - , . , Larry Walfon l W if fzz Z 2 1 ' Lou Walfon K' .. li" ' l l' -- n S . 'fx Jeff Waflrins ' ' l ' "" 'f Joanne Wailcins I 'V -, Fil L X . M ,. "r S , l , ffl , J Richard Weslfall 4 "" fill 'L l l 5 , Charles While , 'gi' I E A V Helen While V i , QiN"fiQ."1,, ,V I -5 . " 'lg X E b f . S55 x T., w ' rf A Judy Wilkins 1 " l 1 ' Vhgg -0 - N hmmwmm zl- ?f5M5 qi iQQ.Q , N. View Sandy Williams ' ' 'Z ' V ""' .A -B N H .. V , I A, ' , ' , 10, , Lil.. E 5 Mary Wilson V ' L- ll jj I Linda Winesdorfer H H - 1 A I , fl l xl .- l ' W - David Will li K iii E ly A all l A Brenda Wolodllin 7' . g ' "' ,- ' 'V I i ' ,Q Rolaerf Woods 'gall Q31 Va I ' l suzle Yah:-ling , J Q' 1 ' W' 1 H, ' ' l, ' N L ' ' -I l'f'-'li Alf! :QM tl " 'txl .Iunlors 9. fl fps' l l- ' L' 48 1 1 . " lil' ,:'!' ' dffilvgf-X 0 , " A . V lie o , V f . lj, ff eowe, f z .' ," ,l li' :Jil fl ' 'jlffffov X Lf JVJLL I MMU ff I 5 . , .1 JL t Mlx Masters W! fd' A' W' ll pf! ll If lil Mary Ann Yafes Carol Ann Yoho Carol M. Yoluo Alice Zimmerman Proud symbols of ap- proaching seniorify, class rings are admired by H Jack Lowfher, Fran Engle, and David Ladd, iunior recipienls. .911 mem oriam CARL ROBERT FALCK January 3I, I944 Augusl 12, I959 SOME TIME AT EVE BY Lizzie CLARK HARDY I Some time at eve when the tide is low, I shall slip my mooring and sail away, With no response to the friendly hail Of kindred craft in the busy bay. In the silent hush of the twilight pale, When the night stoops down to embrace the day, And the voices call to the waters' flow- Some time at eve when the tide is low, I shall .vlip my mooring and sail away. I Carl Robsrf Falclc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Falclc, died Augusf I2. I959, afier being sfruclr in lhe cl1esf by a baseball during a Pony- League game. Known lo classmales and friends as Bob, Huis fellow sfuclenf possessed a kind, sincere personaliiy and displayed a quief, pleasing man- ner. Fair-llaired and blue-eyed, 'lhis lafe Triad would have been graduafed wifh 'll1B Class of l96l. 1, in w ' 49 5Q24ff1!-- 4f2fQ?ZZl14Cff ..,.4gL6m44g?gM3i4,g C?,,,,, ,A f . J 17 J .-7 J unior 55717 V5 41977755 czilddfiif gf7C?ff- Lf JLQZ.-X41 z j CIHSS cfyid-My Officers ffiie ,Lid 52 67 f -f M. Ray Pierce, Carolyn Miller, David Wifi Presideni' ..... . . RAY PIERCE Vice-Presideni' .... ....... D AVID WITT Secrefary-Treasurer . . . . CAROLYN MILLER .lunior Class Pursues 'Elevated' Regions of Study Towering over Triadelphia High School from 'iheir elevafed fhird-floor domain, members of fhe iunior class ha pily exchanged grasshoppers, congrueni friangles, and Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," along wiih Diciens' "A Tale of Two Ci'iies" for anions, dihedral angles, Poe's "The Raven," and Wilcler's ' "Our Town." Beiween visions of 'Phe sign of superiori+y-fhe cap and gown-LiHle Red elevenrh graders began 'iheir preparafion by choosing and receiving fheir prized class rings. In coniunciion wi+h 'rhe American hisrory course, rhey selecfed +wo of iheir members io make ihe iourney +o Charlesron for 'rhe annual "Know Your S+a+e Governmenf Day." As +he fhird-year srudenfs eyed wiih envy 'l'he 'iwelffh-grade cenier seciion and looked forward fo 'Phe Junior-Senior Prom, 'rhey discovered 'I'ha+ "filling 'Phe shoes" of rhe seniors would demand fheir bes+ effori. College aspiranfs +oolc numerous +es+s, and all planned for days +o come wifh renewed energy and vigor. 50 ' 1 M wi :ix Sandra Anderson 1 , I H, Doroihy Archer L N U 'Q fi 'Q V Dwighl sau 'fi' ,,. ry 'J-I " Paiii Baron - A a l l F H .L get V Cynlhia Barreii 44 . ' . l 3 , Lou Barreh' L ' -"3 T-,, l X ul V 't ,. ,QW f Ki'Hy Bariholomew 'B - Y .B Linda Benner , lj A my Glenn Berisford il Q I 'Q' I Bruce Berman 1 -- v ' A , - ' ig, 4 W Howard Anfhony Biddings I A - 4 M ' X" ' Richard Billiclz 'Q " , f Nick Blaslxovich Dianne Blum gl. in I AQ 'hiv' F g William Bowman ' 5 ,H ., 5 f 1 """.,. "--i eg Y ,fy Suzanne Braden ,EL -' w rl W Terry Brandon A ' 1 H A - l ,' gy Sally Braun , Q r V L ,, I Don Breifinger N, .:.:-:- ii Frank Broclrardl 1 , , ' . gl 1 , Samuel Bruslcin r l , il f , N SL: 'uuluq an as A l Ray Bryanf X N T-7 :-- :,' :':i I Nancy Burson '37 r- ' lf-' gi Q ' Anne Bushlield A l V Fj ye A A -- "iii EM .z ,l ky , ' Bernard Byrum I 4., " 9 V V ' I Kennefh Caldabaugh V A ,,, -. I -A ' b w b ll: Linda Campbell ! , I J. , . an HG in up , W William Carman l l V A f ,Nl vfi' if lv Bernice Carr ' f -- 1 Y K - " - " ' Dave Casior ,, "' fi ,gi - gl., J 1 f e f' 5 --rll 1 Jean Caflano 'i in V K . Tom' Charlion U " ' W 4 Claire Clarlre TI J. I W ,N "- Y ,Q ' '- A Q Lynne Chrke li ' X36 , 5 4 X exif' gln . . 5: Penny Clarke ' 'A X' .L L Charlene Coleman ' 'l . fi fl Vi, 5 --," - I -' ii- J! O rr- zz: X ' L. gg: , K Donald Combs I Y in Connie Conaway W- :::' H J I Don Cooll X 3 -Q :,:,, A Q znz L qry, , 1 V Jean Cool: A Z .fu ' ' , VV:' ,.:" "" Mary Jane Cool: Y A f N E zlz I It zlz A xxx. A Brenda Cucwhia H I , . X 2,-. 1 , ', '- ' X 4 Gary Daniel Y ', 'l " 5 M I Joan Davis W up ' -A Sharon Dean , Q' V A ' P -1 f fs . J- 3 Howard Deem A ' gg QV, Y ' 'Q uu z- il 5 W' , E Pauline Domerslci A 'J' al '- v 1, 4 Barbara Denizer 4 - M, 5iQl5'... ' A K vm A. I , ' H1539 Q Sophomores l Sl aw A l -.' rai , V'-, an : Q , , 1- Y t Q. , 1 . h , ,,, - .1 V A A 5 I ' A. ' ' -l l,,! 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Q Sophomores Ronald DaTemple Lucannas Didion Linda Dieclrmann Brenf Diefenbach Curr Diefenbach Frank Dobrlynski Sharon Douglas Carol Downs Cafherine Drahos Ronald Dulaney Roberf Dyer Howard Edelman Glenn Ellioff Phyllis Emerling Dave Ernes Eliiah Evans Sharon Evans Dianna Felion Mike Ferns Sandra Figareifi Ellen Firsfenberger Lois Ann Fliclr Pefer Fox , S y Nancy Fra 1, V I 'XC 9 George Ganizer if pq! June Gary ! J mfg: rf Judilh GarrisoN S G I1 , I uzanne e rmge :JU ' Wye Jean Genlher of Susan Gilberf H f Ronnie Giles idx Charles Gilmor ' A ' Ann Glascociljjfffwjv James Goul Roberf Gould Joan Gray Roberl Green Sara Gregory Tolly Grimes Fred Groux Kaihy Grover Rodger Haberfield Chauncey Hall Paul Hammers Mary Lou Hanson Carol Haugh Richard Hawkins Roberfa Hawlrins Elwood Heffron , Linda Hicks Nr . Jack Hiii is Pafricia Holman b il ,- V, , f A W -f-my . .,., 2.,UwXL..M ig l . Q . , 5 -:2"..:ilf-"1" :.:E .:-E E? .Q K .-,-- is JL-vp: ,-'21 W , y1jl,g1" r S - Q min we 1 gi? Lynn Holmes ' Jol-in Hamburg U 'A ,Z Ronnie Howard 3 A 5 L, W i n ' i Roberi Hughes " , tid- 1' 'Q H x-ge , H Marianne Jefferson H Ti. Q Fayeiia Jones we 1 M , 1 -' -:'i , 3 f:1i: Qfgf- A, I E J lx f AFS: " ?3,fl f Karen Kennedy H " Joyce Kibby ,f Judiih Kidd Q V 'W' v A , I Roberi Kurner ' ll . :Em QE f: ,fi 4 - - A- ' 'i x' fir? .ri-,:' ,. David Lelbold . N , rung. . Q A Siephen Le Pore E' 'A ax -'gg rf "I Q . ' Q - f ,. . ,ffl 1 ' Eleanor Leslie vi? I , fl I I I Blair Levine ' ,- J -- r K? 3 , F ' 'if ' - - Carolyn Lifman ik 6 Q ' " , 'H F Ru+h Liille ' ' ' ' y J . R .vi : - -' 'O Horsi Lohr ' i 'I H ' Slephen G. Lowman .YV X - W 'ssiziigifii :', I le Deirdre Marsh 'J' Y Judy Marsh H 4 ' 5 David Mazur ji -'Q ' '- 2. -Q Jerry McGill - X 'A Y 47 r Q ....:,: 1 5 zzuz E Maxann McMillen i ,A , ' at E52 . ' ' V? - '- a., L :-: -s Tim McNmch I 1 if , ,A 4. ,f - rg 7 - .ide Ax Rex Mellgaf ' gli 7 ' I it ' Bernice Miicham A, ' ':':':' ' .. ' I , H Joyce Morris 5? -' Q "' "' ie -H" 4 In Charleiie Muldoon L , l V' l Li I :.: is A' Judy Mulvey .4-.L . Z V Ronald Nash , E?-gf' YL-, P . ' E. WS'-'zllf i M il 'G' , W Charles Noll I 4 y TR Carolyn Noriemann . ! L I in Q V - Donna Null ' Q ' "' ' is Q1 :.- 5 -.,. .. 5 ' Jim Orih 31 1- V ff ,. V i V Linda Orfh X ' 4 f 5 ' A Sue Osborne V V if :.' xi- , 4 I f r if Frances Pagliari h ' i f - ,,,. .,r Kenl Pascoli , I N " K Terpsi Paulos Rv ' n Q' 9 ' v ' 99 'T' George Pauloviclrs " Q "' J' fffr 5 73, tr.. Q, A 3- 35. 1 E .L Sue Pellcey M .-:A: 357 ff, Jael: Peiroclr ' , wg" .f ig ' .. Y in -QTL' . l ,ffilfiifr ,rxfvff ,c , A - I V f :E .ei-fi? W Second Helpmgs 53 if N- B if. 1' " l 'rl' if Eng' ' ,J lf' e.:.,L ww y Iqv . A i. M . ix ., R Af. - -- VV Md Xl ,jk L i 5232 WEA Few. - ' in i' li R , Q I ,-, .,., 5 :, Ev::: ' ., ., 4 , 1 we ,:.A1 . ' -sf' 4' We 1 if 1 f of 'i as in X 7 saessaes 5' L i r 'K 3 ,. .A., , . 1'-r -A . if -V... rm 4 ,. J J W " ,' My -Q " J -:' :2: . "fa, , -J ' 1 R Qi! . ' Gi 554, - '::- - We ' - ..:, l ., Q e QQ gf ,,V, F ' :" lift" fix. ':"' 'Q v"' " -: fl, L v, . 5:3 b fi -? ga ,z , r B A 'A ' fm -' ' 4' 'gQg.,: J M V fi : i 4. .-a in . 4' d I A vrlv x 113 , 'Nba V ,Qi I ., y i S , 'xv' X . ',.,i3 Y '1" .'pM.a:' V!- i i 1 or f l -:vii-asia J is ,. rrrrrrse s J l we A, rf - -:I 'BJ Ilzv '15, Xi ver : X .:"qqq ,Q 'wg- S ZAi l sl V ' , A if J if, -A W of f'A: ., "" .Q .:, ..,: '- V ..,,v. lk, X k I N I V I . ' ..'.. :a: Q, -f ---. R. As, N A 5' '. BF ' 'f f ":' Y liz ,ff 'JB 54 Tony Pefrosino Hellie Jo Pellicord Larry Piclnering Pamela Pilltin Gene Pillman Arnold Prager Louise Quinn Arlene Ranlrin James Reed Barbara Reilh Judy Riggle Kay Riggle Bob Riley Geneva Robinson Grace Ann Robinson Judy Robinson Roberl Rodenbaugh Viclxie Rosemeier Judy Rofh Cinda Roush Michael Rowell Bernard Russell Conny Sanlo Margene Schmeichel Tom Schmid? Gary Schuberl Jim Seiberl Dale Shafer Jack Sipos Mary Lou Slciba David Smi+h Jeff Smilh Mary Jane Smiih Susan Srnilh Susan Sonderman Brenda Spry Michael Slarkey June Sfead Bob Sfeele William Slenger Judy Slephan Jim Slociker Ronald Sfrader Richard Sfump Robert Summerfield Margarel Thompson Sue Thorn Roger Thorngale Sophomores x 'B vi N-i ,,,, Al ! l 1 Q c X' O- 'Iwi A vf ' Ev.- 9 S ' 1 an " -, 9 , Q , H lx W1 s K a . gg:-.w Qi ' Q' I , fig' W 3' vii l 9. Q35 j A Mg J 2 Y? L23 "" J -- 3.1. :. : R if J- Q f, a ig ES I A J A 10 ef K 43 in 5 K -Q aw W 11- " H. ,. jaw . 1.3-" 1.1. . 91 Sophomore Class Officers Bobbie Van Ness, Kiffy Barfholomew, Gary Schuberi Presiden+ ..... . . . GARY SCHUBERT Vice-Presideni' .... ..... B OBBIE VAN NESS Secre'I'ary-Treasurer . . . . KITTY BARTHOLOMEW Sophomores Battle 'Bugs,' Brutus in Tenth-Grade Course Leaving fheir profecfive "shelf" for 'ihe supremacy of ihe ground floor, 'Phe sophomore class de- scended for a busy year of dissecling insecls, learning lhe bones of fhe body, and proving iheorems. Soon acjuiring a +as+e for liferafure, 'rhese second-year Oak Parkers whisked from 'rhe land of palricians an plebeians of Shalcespeare's "Julius Caesar" lo +he glorious days of fhe French Revolufion . D. k ... .. .. . . In IC ens A Tale of Two Clhes. Many gleaned more knowledge of Caesar's campaigns 'From his "Commen+aries of +he Gallic War." Enlhusiasfic aboul becoming members of 'rhe clubs now open +o 'l'hem, 'fhe 'lenlh graders donned everylhing from iogas 'lo swim caps +o fulfill inirialion requiremenfs. When membership was gained, fhey rapidly became aciive in club programs and proiecfs. Showing eager inleresl in Tridel's alhlelic program, +he sophomores caplured places on pigslcin and cage squads. Compefing in infer-school con+es+s for fhe firsl iime, 'Phe ienlh-grade girs also boasfed a large represeniaiion on GAA +eams. 56 N 4 M 1, Nw -fall .ll Ll' Linda Adams l I Rulh Ambrolavich L Tom Anderson I Ml f' Mary Archer , Kaihy Armbrechl Ronnie Aflcin Bobbie Ayers if U lr MRD rfjgflwi GMD Sharon Bailey Jgn.B.ar.tp,u Dom Baller Lloyd Behrens Ma'Su Benelie Paula Berman Carol Billiclr John Bifzer Jo Blaclr Kay Bleff Fred Blomeier John Bobicl: Elizabefh Ann Bowers Linda Bradford Kalhryn Ann Breeden Carolyn Broemsen Shirley Burgess Roger Caldwell John Cel+rider Mary Ellen Campbell Lynne Carder Gerald Carmichael Frank Carney Rosemary Chipkar Carol Jean Clark Joyce Clark Diane Clufler Ann Coffield Margery Jean Cohen Conslance Colvin Suzanne Crago Kennefh Craig Carole Crossland lla Mae Crupe Sylvia DeGarmo James Delaney Alberf Depfo Marlha Dic-lxie Carol Diclzson John Dickson James Dixon George Dober Lillian Dobrzynslri Nancy Dollman LoreHa Mae Dorn Bill Dougherty Donald Dvorcelc Carol Ebeling Ann Eichellrrauf Gary Emerson Michael Ericsson Charles Farley Charles Ferrell Roberl Ferrell Arlene Finnerly Judy Flanagan Freshmen A I' .,., 32:52 Q? 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Greslcevilch Sylvia Sue Grimes Couriney Haake Tommy Hardman Dana Hubbard John HuFF Jack Ice Beverly lsaly Andrea Jacob Mary James Ray Johnson Virginia Lee Johnson PaHy Jones Sharon Joseph Carol Karnell Barbara Keiih Bill Keller Bruce Kelly Mida Kemp Carole Kennen Linda Keffler Sandy Kimmins Beckie Kinney Barbara Kirkland Bob Knicely Billie Lynn Knighi Nellie Knighi Tom Koehl Diane Kriner BeHy Kupslri Karen Kurner Linda Law Roberta Lewis Sandy Lifman Paul Lowe Julie Lowman Carol Marsh Beisy Mariin Sharon Maury John McAlarney Kennefh McCann Ralph McCready Clifford McCroclrey Anne Mary McDonie Samuel McElwaine sa i Harry McFarland Johnson McKinley Judy Meier Pamela Mehdorf Emily Meyer Jucliih Meyn Terry Miller Judifh Minler Linda Moidel Carol Monlalbano Joseph Monfalbano Sandra Monfgomery Larry Moore Maxine Moore Nancy Morrison Sandra Mozney Colleen Murray Lawrence Nelson Douglas Nern Marfha Nickerson Jim Noll David Orum John O'Shields Alexandra Parker Judilh Planlr Thomas Quigley Gloria Jeanne Reclor Darla Reed Jane? Rice Peggy Richey Jane Louise Rine Lola Rine Charles Robinson Maxine Rowell Michael Roxby Miriam Rubin Sluarl' Rubinslein George Rucl: Alice Runlxle Sarah Ellen Russell Riia Savill Carol Schenk Carl Schmalz Donna Virginia Schrader Larry Schuler Linda Schuler James Schweizer Jimmie Scoll Candace Seicller Kennefh Shores Paul Slciba Lorraine Smifh Scoll Smilh Sue Ann Squibb Samuel Swallow John Terelz Marlha Terrill Scoll Terry Grier Thornburg Jean Travis Nancy Tubaugh Kalherine Vanscoy PaHy Vermillion Hors-d'oeuvres fever:-W 1 I F 1 N s . -'W Y 'fn' "" f "-.-"eTf Zigi, "WW ?5'1Wf'M"" """ FT" Mi ' l ,. ' J le , E fl I K - W y: S S15 3 I l iw " ' ' ' W ,ff 1: P- 1 'Z " f' l ' 1 1.2 in Q' ' T 'Q 5 . N Q :,: - ,,- zzz. I 2 , In .. 3. - l' ..' 'U 'iz " 131 G Z: , T . ,I g , X , l Q ,, . H K if M ir Q 5 t -f:,- Xi-r :Z I E E I P - W . JI . h X xv: in-I: X .... : iv , A ' -'-- 2 ,B . .. - ,::- . 1" ' ""- me ex: We wa . , -f T Q Kim I gm is L 553: gg I, sig Z .,.. .Iv l W B ' - .. 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QE ...... . , 1 i v -- - . . -:- 1 a f. .- - H , V , :.: - , 7 ' !E!V:-- I - ' ' gg' . , :V ' Q M Z 25,2 i . n - '. dex .4. . Y Q a e :.: .,. ,., 2, m H X E5 ,., .:.,.: B ' a I "' . 2211.2 - f- fg- T ' fi - f I ' "" 'Zi I ag Q W 3, 'U X ' f 1. ' T- 1 :gi gi: X " ,. .,-V , l - v L L11 a f y HW ...., N 112: 2: E H5 S ' ' H S 1 Wie it- .,., H " V T me ,V E y 1 Q G ' l A ' ,.. A it Ziff' lu' ff , . :.: . ll V J A ,K I .RN ..: N 1 , V , A -J , . . - .. -"' -:sr -2: e I a e I? Q ' ' 'js ,, , 5' , -' :g:. ,fl :'- , :if V Q' 1, i X , A V fr.: .:. '- I fi Z fr: ' I T , 5, I ,, , ,. ,.,. , ,. E -N4-' , E ' W i Q if 1 . i - -Z ---- -.E i f zz sa: - 4 V, iv I .... Z W if , .-5,13-H-2,5 l-,.- , 4 ' "1'2 wW5feesfgfi,- .,.. ' ' 'if'- Freshmen Q7 Ehgif 1 a Phan vinan f 2 Y ' 1, ,Q Carol Virginia 9 Vw I " N' . Nancy Walion - ' Y if g - Dog?las Wvclle P - 1 Y cria ife 3 , ff? Nancy While V ' V ' Anna Whiflafch ' 1 , Q ' Y 1 I, Mf ? 'iZ'. El .il Carolyn Wilcox 3 b y Y 1 '. A ., ' A V. Carolyn Wllfong , 7. f Y 6- i""' "" 3 - Rober+ Winesburg ' V .Q Q' 2 .. gf-. qv , -44 Q ' Jane Woodburn ., ,..- Xe, - hd xo ? X ix - Ng Befh Vvoodruff .5 X - Q X, Pamela Woods ' a -,- M A' l Mary Ellen Wya'H a A Lax ' Alberf Young Susan Young U William' Zebiclc lllllllilllllllllll Johnson McKinley, Mariha Dickie, and Ma'Su Benelxe, freshmen, gaze upon Tridel's annual finsel- and lighf-bedeclred Chrisfmas free. 60 Freshman Class Officers 'Z 0 Larry Schuler, Shirley Burgess, Scott Terry President ..... . . LARRY SCHULER Vice-President . . . . . . SHIRLEY BURC-SESS Secretary-Treasurer . . ..... SCOTT TERRY First-Year Fledglings Adjust to Little Red Life Atter recovering from their initial "small-trogs-in-a-large- uddle" feeling, Tridel's plebes soon ad- iusted to the pattern ot the Little Red domain. As part ot their tirst-year activities, the tledglingl Triacls debated current attairs described in "Every Week" papers, thrilled to their introduction ot Sir Walter Scott's "The Lady ot the Lake," and took many a "tumble" on gymnasium mats. Familiarizing themselves with routines concentrated under the root ot the Annex, the treshrrien quickly learned that "lite begins with the bell." As they viewed assemblies trom "Peanut Heaven," the newcomers covetously eyed the upperclassmen and longed tor the day when they, too, would watch performances at eye level. I At Freshman Promotion, the ninth-graders were elevated to permanent residence in "Old Main." Eager to depart from "freshman paradise," they cheertully lett it to their successors but retained nostalgic memories ot their maiden voyage into high-school lite. 6l ,U W M '1 Juniors Barbarfa Gross, Dianne Allen. and Rebecca Klabano, garbed in can-can cosfumes sifraughi' from "Gay Paree," complefe iniilifafion requiremenfs for Tridel's French Club. Diana Heiu-sei masquerades as a backwoods Wesi' Virginian during lasi iall's senior "Moun- fiaineer Day." " Speciail Dishes Arfhur Jones and Bob Sfrauch, members of fhe Hi-Y's "Bucke+ Brigade." collecf money for the Salvafion Army's yearly Chrisimas Drive. Judy Meier and Jeff Miles, Sfudenf Council represenfatives, guide Mr. and Mrs. Johnson B. McKinley fo a classroom ai fhe annual Open House. Comprised of fhree officers and elected repre- senfafives from each class, Triadelphia's Sfudenf Council rendered numerous services fo fhe school. Leadership of fhis legislafive body was initiated by its members' serving as hosfs fo parenfs af the fhir- teenth annual Open House. Co-sponsored by Miss Elizabeth Anne Meek and Glenn R. Schreiber, this organization sold Triad book covers, sponsored noon dancing, conducfed a disc- jockey confesf, fostered sfudenf parficipafion in the Purdue University Opinion Panel, and assisfed wifh junior high Orienfafion Day. During portions of fhe term, official represenfafives were sfafioned in the halls af noon fo aid in regulafing traffic. Six sfudenfs of fhe monfh and one sfudenf of the year were hon- ored by fhe council. Among social acfivifies promofecl by fhe Triad governing body were a semi-formal dance in Ogle- bay's Pine Room, "Twirp Week," and the annual banquet. Three delegates affended fhe sfafe Sfudenf Council convenfion in October af Jackson's Mill. Student Council Performs Legislative Leadership STUDENT COUNCIL-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: R. Levin, J. Dirbas, B. Keilh, N. Lucas, B. Wilson, J. Miles, D. Allen, F. Compag- none, L. Dirbas, M. Hill, L. Hood, L. Ort-l1, S. Emblen. Second Row: R. Freeze, C. Kennen, E. Fischer, 6. Daniel, D. N:-rn, J. Gray, B. Berisford, S. Osborne, A. Jones, J. Meier, D. Hess. 64 Donning serapes, sombreros, decoralive skirfs, lirilled blouses, manlillas, and an abundance of cos- lume iewelry, new recruifs were inducfed info 'lhe Spanish Club in February. Senorilas and senores who allained "A" averages in firsl'-semesler Spanish, "C" averages and above during lhe firsl six weeks of Spanish ll, or sludenls who had compleled 'rwo years of Spanish were eligible. Monlhly meelings, sponsored by Miss Margarel Moore, were held Thursdays: lhe presiding officers were Marlene Guelker, presidenlg Elizabelh Ann Fischer, vice-presidenlg and Nancy Rolh, secrelary- lreasurer. Tales of an advenfuresome journey +o Mexico and Gualemala by Miss Sarah F. While, 'rhe school libra- rian, were one of 'rhe many highlighls enjoyed lhroughoul lhe year. Also on lhe agenda were a book review by Sharon Dean, a Chrislmas parly wilh carols being sung in Spanish, plus a lalk on a +our of Spain by Ernesl H. Polaclc, a sfudenl' leacher from Belhany College. Douglas Nern and Ann Eichellrraul, 'Freshman Spanish Club iniliales, inspecl Miss Margarel Mocre's aulhenlic examples of Spanish crallsmanship. 'Aqui Se Habla Espanol' Motto of Tridel's Spanish Club SPANISH CLUB-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: M. Carney, L. Ernsl, B. Denlzer, S. Dean, B. Callahan, D. Heusel, R. Wallace, A. Eichelluraul, J. Youngman, M. Benelre, S. Burgess, L. Gayhearl, N. Lucas. Second Row: D. Nern, N. Rolh, J. Parll, M. Gu:-lller, A. Zimmerman, M. Haalze, C. Haake, R. Freeze, E. Fischer, R. DoArmey, A. Sheikovilz, Miss Margarel' Moore, R. Uplon. 65 CLASSICAL CLUB-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: S. Emerson, S. Meier, L. Sirolhman, J. Marsh, J. Elberi, L. Orih, R. Levin, S. Harringfon, J. Bailey, L. Winesdorier, S. Osborne, C. Rider, S. Thorn, E. Leslie, A. Glascoclc, J. Elberi, J. Parlzer, L. Koehler, K. Frieberlshauser. Second Row: M. Schmeichel, A. Bushiield, J. Caliano, S. Gilberl, C. Drahos, B. Wilson, J. Morris, L. Baker, C. Korn, J. Broemsen, J. Criswell, M. Yaies, G. Gwynne, S. Reiier, D. Allen, C. Coleman, B. Rubinslein, P. Pillcin, N. Nesbiii. Third Row: Miss Audrey Lazear, S. Meyer, E. Rider, L. Pelerson, N. Woodruff, S. Braun, S. Miller, R. Klabano, G. Williams, S. Sonderman, C. Roush, K. Barlholomew, S. McCorm'ic+lc, B. Bell, J. Youngman, L. Levine, B. Mehgar, J. Schmeichel, E. O'Shields, J. Wailcins. Fourfh Row: B. Diefenbach, L. Pickering, G. Daniel, M. Hile, B. Binger, J. Vellenoweih, S. Haihaway, B. Gross, L. Rosen, P. Sloclier, S. Clarlce, C. Reass, J. Miles, S. Brooks, A. Niehaus, P. Holman, C. Haugh, C. Wear, M. Wagner, E. Firsfenberger, T. Paulos, C. Diefenbacih, G. Wildemann, S. Lowman. Classical Club Affiliates Travel 'Road to Rome' Under ihe supervision of Linda Winesdorfer, Classical Club member, Breni Diefenbach and Charlene Coleman clean Caesar's siaiue as pari of iheir iniiiaiion. world lo lhe ancienl' realm of "The Elernal Ciiy Audrey Lazear, and led by Presideni Joan Bailey. V I origin. I96O-l96I officers were inslalled. 66 Making 'rhe rnyslical conversion from lhe modern 82 would-be Romans fraveled 'rhe roads of anliquily 'ihe 'iourih Tuesday of every monih, advised by Miss Those seeking membership in 'rhe order of Laim Linquisis had 'io meel ihe required "A" or "B" aver age. Then, aH'irecl in lhe characierizing while sheel' lhey carried candy for lhe sweel' 'looih of each old member who knew ihe password. These 'ioga-clad iniiiaies scoured ihe bus'l's of Virgil, Cicero, and Caesar while lhe members played games of Lalm Olher programs for 'rhe year consisled of slides of famous Roman painlingsg "Gossip," Lalin slyle and Linda Winesdorier's bool: review of Homers "Odyssey." To conclude lhe year of classical array Classical Club members donned lheir while sheeis and aliended a banquel' a la Roman, where lhe FRENCH CLUB-Boffom Row, leff io lighf: S. Emerson, S. Meier, J. Elberf, S. Clarlre, R. Levin, S. Harringion, S. McCormick, G. Gwynne, B. Rubinsfein, S. Reiler, J. Elberf, J. Parker, L. Koehler, M. Wallace, J. Vellenowefh. Second Row: V. Smifh, P. Johnson, S. Bruslrin, C. Gayhearf, K. Ridgway, B. Gross, P. Brennan, L. Peierson, R. Klabano, J. Broemsen, M. Yafes, L. McClel- land, A. Niehaus, B. Bell, D. Allen, L. Rosen. Third Row: Miss Elinor Nally, G. Poor, S. Emblen, B. Beck, B. Malkoff, L. Ernsi, N. Rofh, J. Park, M. Hilo, B. Binger, J. Bonnesen, E. O'Sl-nields, J. Schmeichel. Linguistic 'Know-How' Furthered by Fluent French Club Doroihy Junlcins poinis our a province on a unique map of France fo Margaref Hile and Mary Ann Yaies, French Club members. Furihering +he linguisfic aspecf of club life ai' Triadelphia, fhe French Club is an ac+ivi+y in which siudenis may show off 'lheir "savoir-faire" in French, "+he language of lovers." Under 'rhe experf guidance of iis adviser, Miss Elinor Nally, 'ihe group was headed 'lhis year by Presidenf Susan McCormick. 5' A+ 'ihe iniiiafion ceremony each new member masqueraded as a can-can dancer and wore a sign inscribed wi+h a French proverb and iis English franslalion. French pasfry was served a+ 'Phe Chrisr- mas pariy. Meeiings were held lhe second Tuesday of every mon+h and were made more inieresring by movies of Paris, speakers, and discussions. To augmeni' iis coffers, "Les eleves du francais" arranged a bake sale. Open fo firsr-year French srudenis wiih a "B" average or more, and second-year s'ruden+s of French wifh a minimum "C" average, 'ihe club had 42 mem- bers fhis year. 67 MILK SALESMEN-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: B. Schweizer, D. Neuhard, S. Amend, D. Eimer, B. Williams, C. Broemsen, V. Vargo, H. While, J. Minor, B. Minfer, N. Horne, C. Riggle. Second Row: J. Chipkar, R. Rice, B. Wallace, P. Rine, C. Gill, S. Supler, P. Whife, C. Morfalcis, S. Roberfs, Mrs. Cafherine Eberf Shields. Third Row: K. Shores, M. Diclcie, M. Casfilow, F. Muldoon, C. Fosfer, E. Wesf, B. Kelly. 'MiIkmaids' Sell 'Dairy Best' to Thirsty Triads "Such as have need of milk . . ." Hebrews V, I2 Milk Salesmen, Tridel's newesf aggregafion super- vised and aided by Mrs. Cafherine Eberf Shields. fried diligenfly fo fulfill 'rhe needs of milk-loving Liffle Reds. Parficipanfs were sfudenfs in Mrs. Shields' Cleri- cal Office Pracfice class, and porfions of fhe daily insfrucfional period were reserved for incidenfal, buf necessary, confabs. Each of fhe 27 disfribufors solicifed orders for milk in an assigned homeroom from 8:30 unfil 9 and delivered +he beverage af noon, sfanding pafienf- ly oufside doorways unfil fhe bell rang. Anofher proiecf underfaken by 'I'his group was 'rhe sale of candy af lunch fime, also a welcomed Oak Park offering for sweef-foofhed Liffle Reds. During fhe firsf four monfhs of fhe sale of milk, l l,82I boffles were purchased. Throughouf fhe l959- I960 ferm more 'rhan 20,000 half-pinf boffles were dispensed. Alfhough fhe mosf recenfly formed sfudenf acfivify al' Triadelphia, fhe Milk Salesmen fulfilled a long-fell' need of a maiorify of Oak Parkers who afe lunch in fheir respecfive homerooms. 68 Jay Nesbiff and Phillip Rea purchase mill: from Beffy Minfer, a member of fhe newly formed organizafion in charge of noon disfribufion. K Linda Jean Sfrofhman, Bonnie Bell, Jeff Boerger, and Bill Woods enact a skit prepared for a meeting of the Masquers. Under the experienced tutelage of Miss Mary A. Erskine, Tridel's two theatrical groups, the Masquers and the Thespians, endeavored to 'follow the adage, "Ac'l' well your part." Entitled "A By-Line for S+. Luke," a one-act play was the initial dramatic presentation. Because the theme pertained to Christmas, this script was chosen for a pre-holiday assembly. Members appeared Feb. I2 in "Abraham Lincoln's Whislcers." Later, in the spring, the Thespians per- formed in a mystery drama, "Which ls the Way to Boston?" When not rehearsing roles, both Masquers and Thespians studied theatrical techniques. Make-up, props, and stage terms were included in their com- prehensive training. Limiting its membership 'ro 30, the Masquers met twice each month. After completion of I00 hours of services, they were eligible to ioin Thespians, a national dramatic organization. While tryouts for Masquers were held in the fall, new Thespians were inducted in the spring. Acting Groups Set Stage for Comedy, Drama, Mystery MASQUERS-THESPIANS-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: L. Peterson, B. Bell, B. Berisford, S. Emblen, P. Jarvis, C. Chapline, L. Rosen, R. Stone. J. Schmeichel, M. Franklin. Second Row: R. Hayes, L. Ernsi, K. Dickie, M. Haalce, B. Woods, R. Peyton, J. Boerger, J. Elbert, L. Sfrothman, R. Levin. D. Roberts. Third Row: C. Gayheart, G. Poor, G. Gwynne, J. Morris, E. O'Shields, C. Wear, L. Winesdorfer. Mis. A. J. Niehaus and Mrs. Allen H. Sfocker learn of the behind-+l1e 'fiseenes workings o'FTl1e Triadelphian from daughfers Andrea and Paula Y, sfaff members, during Tridel's flwirieenih annual Open House. 'rl fl if ii, W fx. - w 1 . f l l 4 l J , x ' l ll v, F 'l . .lf J X T L fl L Il ' X 'J L . l Ml' i f X X! ir x X fi. r 'fe I fx V ix XX! ff X I U Xl K -.f i V K 5 I V IK 5, f J Q' KW Staffs Work Mhny I-loilrg to 'Plllfjieiii The Triadelphian, 'The Triad' t J if xy if W X livf lll"l H If , i ,- l l J Lf. . STAFFS OF THE TRIADELPHIAN THE TRIAD Seufed leff fo righf: Linda Slrofhman, Eloise O'Sl1ielcls, Sallie Meier, Sandra Rerrer Maria Haake Alvin Frank Claudia Gayheari Second Row: Dick Hess, Barbara Gross, Andrea Niehaus, Paula Sfocker, l - M. 1 X 70 FIRST-YEAR JOURNALISTS-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: Samuel Bruslcin, Ellen Firslenberger, Ann Glascock, Alice Zimmerman, Karen Ridgway, Carolin Chapline, Nancy Woodruff, Janei Criswell, Kennelh R. Cohen. Second Row: Siephen G. Lowman, Chris Smifh, Judy Marsh, Carolyn Rider, Rachel Freeze, Sfeven Henry, Baxier Whifaker. Journalistic Learners Strive to Become By-Line Earners Samuel Bruslrin, Nancy Woodruff, and Chris Smifh, firsf-year iournalisls. use lhe mal' service 'fo illusfraie an ad for The Triadelph' . lah ' t-F51 'FEM ' ':- T To wrife copy worlhy of publicafion in The Triadel- phian or "The Triad," 'l'o warranl a by-line, or lo earn a covered s+aff posifion were The ambifions 'rhal' guided each 'firsl'-year iournalisf. Supervised by Roberi H. Por+er, adviser, and aided by veferan siaff members, 'rhe fledgling Fourfh Esiaiers soliciled ad- verlising during fhe fall. Progressing 'From summaries of 'fooiball games 'lo headline wrifing, "dalifyni+ion" composiiion, and edi- forial effor+s, lhe novice iournalisrs also gained ex- perience in preparing original adveriising copy, page make-up, and proofreading. For 'lhe final exami- na+ion, each member of ihe class composed an edilorial page for any given issue of The Triaclelphian. As cub reporfers, fhe group was frained fo an alerf observafion of newsworfhy school ac+ivi'ries and feaiure maierial. ln assisfing fhe publica+ions siafls, 'lhe iournalisls became 'Familiar wi+h 'I'he sfress of exacfness and perfecfion and 'lhe counfless hours of meliculous preparalion behind each issue of lhe paper and volume of fhe yearbook. 7l Leila Rosen and Barbara Rubinstein consult the card catalog in the library to find vital reference material for their Junior Town Meeting speeches. "ShouId the United States recognize Communist China?" Under the sponsorship of Miss Mary A. Erskine and J. W. Coc ran, s eakers for Junior Town Meet- ing of the Air skilliuliiy debated this vital issue. Leila Rosen and Richard Hayes supported the affirmative side: Sandra Reiter and Stephen Brooks argued the negative. Alternafes were Gloria Gwynne and Barbara Rubinstein. Junior Town Meeting was presented before the student body in a special Oct. 29, I959 assembly. Dr. Chandler Shaw, Bethany College, served as moderator of the symposium. Following their de- liveries, panelists were questioned by several mem- bers of the audience. Taping the entire program, Radio Station WWVA broadcast it the following Saturday. For the first time in I4 years, a SIZOO scholarship to Bethany College was given to the most outstan - ing speaker of the 30 participating schools. Triadelphia's orators repeated their debate at a meeting of the Elm Grove Lions Club. Outstanding Orators Debate Red China Recognition JUNIOR TOWN MEETING-Af Lecfern: Richard Hayes. Sealed, leff fo righf: Barbara Rubinstein, Leila Rosen, Sandra Reiter, Gloria Gwynne. Sfanding, leff fo riglrf: J. W. Cochran, Stephen Broolrs, Miss Mary A. Erskine. 72 Naiional Honor Socieiy members of ihe Oak Park Chapfer sfrived fo prove fhemselves worfhy of ihe highesi' scholasiic recognifion secondary schools can besfow upon s+uden+s. Ouisianding scholarship, characier, leadership, and service were 'rhe essen- fhal qualifies ihaf consiiiufed 'the basis for member- s ip. Miss Adda L. Dunlap and J. W. Cochran, whose capable and willing assisiance proved invaluable, co- sponsored 'lhis group. Membership in fhis honorary organizaiion was limiied fo I5 per ceni' of +he senior class and +o 5 per ceni of fhe iunior secfion. Among ifs numerous service proiecis, designed +o benefif fhe Oak Park s+uden+ body, fhis meriied group included such acfivifies as main+aining +he in- spiraiional "Thougl1+-'for-+he-Week" bulle'I'in boards in bofh +he girls' and boys' s'I'udy halls, osiing fyped schedules on each classroom door, and: selling foof- ball fags +o boosi' gridiron supporf. Climaxing ihe year's acfiviiies was ihe April 8 inducfion ceremony, when more LiHle Reds were received in+o covefed membership. Paula Siociler and Claudia Gayhearf, Nafional Honor Sociefy members, observe Karen Ridgway as she posis a "Tl1oughf for fhe Week." NHS Members Qualify for Highest Scholastic Recognition NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: J. W. Cochran, Karen Ridgway, Kaihleen Frieberfshauser, Susan McCormick, Eliza Rider, Joan Bailey, Adda L. Dunlap. Second Row: John Robinson, Pafricia Jarvis, Leila Rosen, Paula S+oc:lrer, Claudia Gayheari, Bob Sirauch. 73 SCIENCE CLUB-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: R. Klabano, B. Gross, L. Peierson, S. Emblen, A. Niehaus, D. Allen, S. Haihaway, G. Gwynne, K. Ridgway, B. Binger, N. Roih, R. Levin, B. Bell. Second Row: B. Sirauch, C. Travis, B. Burns, C. Reass, S. Meyer, L. Rosen, S. McCormick, A. Frank, L. Levine, J. Youngman. B. Malkofi, J. Carmichael, B. Dwinnell, F. Kirkland, J. Miles. Third Row: D. Seamon, J. Sfeele, F. Hemberl, B. Woods, J. Moore, B. Dunnell, B. Berisford, S. Brooks, S. Meier, J. Elberi, M. Haake, L. Koehler, K. Cohen. Scientific Searchers Study Varied Fields of Knowledge Miss Sarah F. Whiie, librarian, inspecis one of ihe maga- zines presenied by 'rhe Science Club, represenfed by Siephen Brooks, David Seamon, and Jane Elberi. L Delving inio lhe myslerious realms of science, 42 indusirious Triads pariicipaied in iesis and experi- menis wiih 'ihe aid of lheir sponsor, A. R. Milligan. These microbe probers were members of 'lhe Science Club, an organizaiion offering iuniors and seniors ihe opporiuniiy 'lo furiher lheir educaiion in lhal' field. Meeling bi-monihly, club members were assisied in iheir quesi' for knowledge by visual aids and by a series of sludeni-performed demonsiralions. Triads mainiaining an average of "B" or beH'er in chem- is'I'ry or physics were eligible for membership. Dues helped keep 'lhe library sfocked wi+h scien- iific magazines, and for 'rhe iirsi lime, annual assess- menls were also used lo 'finance admission info 'ihe Wesl' Virginia Junior Academy of Science. Of iis programs, lhe highlighi' was a Feb. 6 'Field frip io a Sieubenville sieel plani where each Li'H'le Red ob- served 'ihe iniricaie processes of sieel making and molding. 74 Under fhe capable guidance of J. C. Bullard, biology insirucfor, Tridel's Nafure Club embarked on a profifable and educalional year. As one of 'lheir many useful projecis, members of +his worfhwhile organiza+ion under+ook beaufificalion of 'lhe school grounds by plan+ing shrubbery. As+ronomical wonders delighled LiHle Red naru- ralisfs on fheir +rip +o +he Buhl Planefarium in PiHs- burgh. Consfellafions, come+s, mefeors, and iele- scopic equipmenf were viewed wifh reference 'lo fhe possibiliries of +he s ace age. Two bake sales of varied confecfionery dellighfs prepared by club mem- bers provided funds for lhese underfakings. Any sophomore, iunior, or senior wi+h an average of "B" was eligible +o ioin +his group affer submifiing a sa'I'isfac+ory essay on "Why I Wanf fo Join fhe Nafure Club." Enfries were iuclged by ve+eran na- +ure lovers 'For fhoughi' and originali+y. Ai' meelings held fhe firsi' Monday of each monlh, club programs feafured speeches on periineni lopics and a visif +o a local greenhouse. "Buried Treasure!" agree Tolly Grimes, Sally Hafhaway, and Marianne Jefferson, inspecrfing The hearl and dollar bill found in a cake af 'lhe Valeniine Bake Sale. Nature - Loving Maidens Beautify School Grounds NATURE CLUB-Boffom Row, leff fo lighf: P. Brennan, J. Schmeichel, L. Holmes, M. Kayuha, L. Hood, J. Vellenowelh, E. O'Shields, K. Ridgway, B. Binger. J. Knollinger, C. Gayhearf, F. Compagnone, S. Reiier. Second Row: B. Beck, L. Rosen, S. Meyer, S. Emblen, A. Niehaus, L. Levine, J. Youngman, G. Gwynne, S. Hafhaway, B. Malkoff, T. Grimes, J. Kibby, M. Jefferson, B. Callahan, J. C. Bullard. Third Row: S. Harringion, J. Dirbas, C. Miller, J. Robinson, J. Murphy, J. Clise, S. Clarke, J. Bonnesen, K. Bariholomew, S. Meier, M. Haake, P. Sfocker, N. Nesbiif, C. Sargeni, K. Dickie. 75 Performing one of 'lheir many services, Phyllis Earnes-l, Judi Parker, and Carolyn Colley, Library Club members, subiecl books and shelves lo periodic dusling. Giving lheir 'lime 'ro aid Lillie Red borrowers, mem- bers of rhe Library Club rendered valuable assislance 'lo Miss Sarah F. While, librarian and club sponsor. "B" averages and endorsemenls of lwo leachers were required for membership. Besides shelving and checking our books, lhese com- elenl' helpers maslered lhe arf of "do-il-yourself" Eookbinding and shellacking new volumes. Sending overdue nolices +o forgelful Triads and slraighlening periodicals were also included in each member's clulies. Well informed on The localion of almosl any of l'he library's sources of inlormalion, lhe girls assisled perplexed researchers seeking malerial for reporls or proiecls. They inlroduced many sl'uden'l's 'I'o 'lhe card calalog and Reader's Guide, and explained fheir uses. Oblaining desired magazine arlicles for Oak Parkers was slill anolher duly of lhese skilled volunleers. These assislanl' librarians mel The lourlh Thursday of each monlh for regular meelings. Oflen, fhe 'lime was spenl' on addilional library chores. Concluding lhe year, 'rhey elecled officers for 'lhe nexl school season. Library Assistants Perform Volumes of Valuable Aid LIBRARY CLUB-Boifom Row, leff fo righf: J. Bonnesen, B. Binger, S. Phillips, S. McCready, P. Woods, E. Jacobs, J. Bonsig- nore, S. Murphy, J. Campbell, T. Paulos, J. Wesllalre. Second Row: J. Chipkar, S. Squibb, J. Elberl, J. Parker, J. Wilson, P. Holman, C. Medick, C. Haugh, J. Gray, Miss Sarah F. While. l l 76 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Bottom Row, left to right: J. Gray, J. Elbert, C. Haugh, P. Holman, J. Westlake, T. Paulos, N. Francis. Second Row: B. Bell, N. Woodruff, J. Cattano, J. Schmeichel, L. Hood, K. Ridgway, B. Rubinstein, G. Gwynne, B. Mallzotf, D. Heusel, C. Coleman, M. Schmeichel. Third Row: L. Baker, J. Vellenoweth, L. Orth, S. Hathaway, E. Fischer, V. Krieger, S. Meier, M. Krieger, J. Marsh, N. Burson, A. Glascoclr, M. Kayuha. Fourth Row: S. Reiter, S. Dean, C. Wear, J. Broemsen, E. Hess, A. Zimmerman, L. Ernst, S. Emerson, L. Rosen, S. Meyer, J. Bonnesen, C. Chapline, F. Compagnone, C. Gayheart. 'Light of Learning' Guides Group of Future Instructors Francine Compagnone pins a carnation on C. C. Kraus while Miss Ellen W. Stewart receives a corsage trom Sandra Emerson in observance ot American Education Week. ,EET A 4 at.. gfwik'-1 'li' ' viffft ' - ,v " I l FJ' I nf' I, .. Taking a peek into the crystal ball ot the tuture, the members ot Triadelpl1ia's P. E. King Chapter ot the Future Teachers ot America acquired knowledge ot the trials and tribulations ot their prospective vo- cations in the many phases ot education. Attiliated with both the State and National Edu- cation Associations, the club obtained its charter seven years ago. Mrs. Margaret Dobbs was again the group's sponsor, and this year Karen Ridgway served as president. Activities included a bake sale, a day ot practice teaching at local grade schools, and a Christmas banquet in Wilson Lodge. Programs consisted ot two guest speakers, Captain David Judy trom Linsly Military Institute and Mrs. Freda Y. Conaway trom West Liberty State College. Also on the agenda were a tour through the recently completed City- County Building, slicles ot the Middle East and Atrica, and installation ot otticers tor I960-l96I. 77 Unifed by a common aspirafion for a voca+ion as a nurse, medical fechnician, laborafory worker, or physician, more 'rhan 50 LiH'le Reds who comprised 'ihe Fu'l'ure Medical Careers Club mei once each monlh. As iheir main proiecl' for ihe year, fhese medically minded Triads made an informafive lour of 1'he new medical cen1'er al' Wes? Virginia Universiiy. Sponsored by Miss Phyllis A. Beneke, +he FMC feaiured a guesi' speaker a+ each meeiing. In Feb- ruary, a physiofherapisi from +he Ohio Valley Gen- Gegen.: eral Hospiial described his profession. Thai' monih, 90009 loo, 'l'he Women's Auxiliary fo 'l'he Ohio Couniy Medical Socieiy donaied Fu+ure Medical Careers pins +o fhe Oak Park group. To finance ils aclivifies, 'ihe Tridel FMC'ers held a sale of home-baked deli- cacies before Chris+mas. .0 Membership was open +o ihose s+uden+s who sub- miH'ed safisfacfory essays concerning 'iheir reasons for wishing 'lo ioin fhe organizafion. Amy Quinn, Consiance Sargenl, and Andrea Niehaus co- ordinale plans for a irip fo 'ihe Medical Cenfer af Wesi Virginia Universify, which highlighfed ihe FMC's year. Career-Conscious Triads Aspire to Medical Vocatio-ns FUTURE MEDICAL CAREERS-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: N. Nesbifi, E. Meagle, J. Moore, K. Dickie, J. Elbert C. Sargenf, K. Muenze, R. Robinson, J. Wilson, L. Dieclcrnann, L. Francis, D. Weber, L. Koehler, S. Lunau, P. Johnson, C. Kennen. Second Row: D. Allen, J. Waflcins, M. Hile, A. Quinn, A. Vargo, R. Levin, B. Binger, J. Youngman, L. Peferson, M. Yaies, S. Gilberf, A. Nuiehaus. Third Row: A. Fox, B. Kupslri, S. Joseph, C. Seidler, M. Hill, G. Poor, S. Harringfon, K. Mullarlxey, M. Wagner, S. Bruno, S. Clarlce, E. Leslie, J. Clise, B. Behrens. Fourfh Row: B. Keifh, J. Meier, B. Woodruff, M. Nolfe, F. Engle, S. Yahrling, C. Drahos, J. Wilkins, C. Clarke, J. Kidd, J. Slab, P. Slacker, J. Wesflalce, R. Wallace. 78 ART CLUB-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: G. Thornburg, C. Chapline, D. Heusel, S. Braun, M. Hill, C. Tiggelbeclc, C. Gayhearf, F. Compagnone, G. Gwynne, P. Brennan, N. Roih. Second Row: J. Mason, G. Daniel, J. Vellenowefh, K. Muenze, C. Rider, E. Meagle, J. Gleason, L. Sfrofhman, J. Marsh, J. Boerger, B. Woods, R. Upfon, Anihony Peclr. Painters Perfect Proficiency by Publicizing Projects Preparing fo pain? a foofball sign, Carolin Chapline, Nancy Eofh, and Carolyn Rider, Arf Club members, mix desired ues. WUI!!- l E Guided by Anihony Peck, +he Ari Club len'l' price- less assisfance 'I'o o'I'her sfudeni' organiza+ions in 'lhe publicizing of 'Their numerous and varied aciivifies. These Li++le Red dabblers also displayed 'l'heir arfisfry and versaiilify in crea+ing scenery 'For dramafic pre- sen+a'l'ions and foofball posiers. All 30 members, proficieni wifh brush, assembled fhe second Friday of each mon+h in Tridel's Ar+ Room. In February, I2 Triad designers fook par+ in 'Phe second annual ci+y-wide decoraring proiec+ spon- sored by Sfone 8: Thomas. Working in groups of fwo, rhese enferprising young ar+is'rs 'rrimmed showcases in keeping wi+h S+. Valenl'ine's Day. Sfudenis desiring +o ioin +he club were required fo submil' samples of 'lheir faleni' 'I'o ve'l'eran members whose vofe defermined admission. Applicanfs whose work mer requiremenls parficipared in +he fradi- fional ini+ia+ion by coming +o school on +he appoin+ed day aH'ired as Indians. They also appeared in 'l'ha'r same garb a+ 'I'he Triadeiphia-Wheeling pigslcin en- counfer 'I'ha'l' nighf. A 79 l RIDING CLUB-Bottom Row, left to right: Eleanor Leslie, Lynne Baker, Carol Haugh, Judy Youngman, Edna Gee, Charlene Coleman. Linda Orth, Sue Osborne, Judith Clise. Second Row: Virginia Smith, Katherine Dickie, Miss Mabel Scherich, Susan Clarke, Sherry Armbrecht, Linda Davies. Little Red 'Horse Lovers' Depict 'Mounting' Interest ln Western habit brecht anticipate will soon take. or English, Lynne Baker and Sherry Arm- equal pleasure in the horseback ride they 4 g . - ' -1 a , v X L .. .,.., - S , ' . i :iii f fe I it Astride spirited mounts rented trom the Oglebay Park Riding Academy, the venturesome equestri- ennes ot Tridel's Riding Club cantered regularly along the Park's bridle trails and paths. Headed by President Judy Youngman, the organization was spon- sored by Miss Mabel Scherich. Any girl who wished to become a part ot the group ot "horse lovers" displayed her proficiency in walking, trotting, and cantering her steed around a track and exhibited mounting and dismounting tech- niques. Once in the club, a member was expected to participate each semester in a minimum ot three rides that were held whenever the weather permitted. At their meetings the tirst and third Tuesday ot each month, the horsewomen planned a bake sale that was held in February, discussed business matters, and organized their rides. To conclude its year ot adventuresome excursions, the organization was "back in the saddle again" tor a cross-country ride and picnic. 80 From fhe annual membership drive in November, Tridel's Junior Red Cross Council collecfed S67.l0, ifs confribufion fo 'lhe relief of fhe needy and under- privileged. Donafions were accepfed by homeroom represenfafives and were forwarded fo fhe American Red Cross for use in innumerable communify services. Under fhe efficienf sponsorship of Mrs. Cafherine Eberf Shields, who was assisfed by fhree council offi- cers, fhe projecf "Sfampede" was underfaken. Jim O. Smifh '49, a WHLL announcer, originafed 'lhe cam- paign fo solicif giffs of frading sfamps. These were redeemed for foys fhaf were senf fo several Ohio Valley orphanages during fhe Chrisfmas season. Col- lecfing more fhan 25,000 sfamps, fhe Oak Park group presenfed fhem fo fhe WHLL announcer and gave a prize fo C. C. Kraus' sophomore homeroom for donaf- ing fhe mosf sfamps. Meefings were held whenever fhe council deemed fhem advisable, however, during specified noon hours, numerous conferences were conducfed in Mrs. Shields' room. .IRC Council Wo-rks for Aid ,-4-1 u,,..:-0 I' 54 -e""? 3 3 9 3 Nancy Horne and Sharon Amend, seniors, guided by Mrs Cafherine Eberf Shields, sponsor of fhe Junior Red Cross prepare cards and pins for 'lhe yearly membership drive to Needy, Underprivileged JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: S. Douglas, S. Anderson, M. Schmeichel, J. Youngman, F. Com- pagnone, L. Orfh, S. Clarke, V. Smifh, D. Allen, M. Jefferson. Second Row: B. Kelly. A. Niehaus, E. Barfholomew, C. Broemsen, E. Meagle, S. Terry, J. Elberf, A. Zimmerman, J. Welch, M. Dickie, Mrs. Cafherine Eberf Shields. Third Row: C. Noll, J. Schmeichel, J. Gray, C. Reass. L. Rosen, V. Krieger, P. Geimer. 8l "As we iourney lhrough life, le'l' us live by 'lhe way." - Waller Wafson Adopling 'lhe rheme, "The Highway of Life," lhe Y-Teens enjoyed a sfyle show, heard numerous guesl speakers, held semi-'Formal and informal dances, and aH'ended a movie designed +o inform and enl'er+ain lhe members of Tridel's largesl' organizaiion. Wi+h l'he capable supervision and willing assislance of Miss Adda L. Dunlap and Miss Mary B. Winlers, co-sponsors, 'lhe cabinel' arranged I6 varied pro- grams during 'lhe I959-i960 school year. "Slap, Look, Lislen, and Learn!" a slcil' presenled by +he cabinef, gave all prospec'l'ive Y-Teens a sneak preview of 'lhe club's scheduled evenis. Following 'lhis inifial program, a parfy fo enl'erl'ain ninlh graders was held in fhe gym. Y-TEEN CABINET--Boffom Row, leH fo righf: Mary B. Winlers, Claudia Gayheari, Karen Ridgway, Susan McCormick, Susan Em- blen, Marcia Franklin, Adda L. Dunlap. Second Row: Sue Os- borne, Bonnie Bell, Joan Bailey, Rosalind Levin, Eli1a Rider, Ellen Firsienberger, Marla Haalre. Y-Teen Members Journey Along 'The Highway of Life' SENIOR Y-TEENS-Boffom Row, lefl fo righf: S. Hendershof, R. Robinson. C. Rolh, F. Muldoon, J. Vercelloifi, R. Weisgerber B. Young, J. Vercelloifi, S. Emerson, M. Wallace, K. Muenze, P. Jarvis, M. Krieger, E. Meagle, N. Nesbiff, J. Moore, V. Vargo N. Horne, K. Frieberfshauser, M. Guellcer, D. Weber, S. Lunau, J. Chiplrar. Second Row: L. Hood, J. Schmeichel, M. George J. Bonsignore, J. Parlr, G. Gwynne, A. Vargo, M. Caslilow, A. Sheilcoviiz, S. Phillips, M. Candas, P. Brennan, J. Barfon, B Schweizer, L. Dirbas, B. Rubinsiein, J. Sampson, L. Levine, B. Mefzgar, S. Reiler, K. Bobiclx, S. Grandsfafl, S. McCready, M. Nolie C. Chapline. Third Row: J. Vellenowelh, C. Carder, C. Riggle, S. Supler, P. While, S. Am'end, D. Neuhard, L. Rosen, M. Hill A. Fox, B. Bohlen, L. Wayf, B. Mallcoff, D. Heusel, J. Campbell, J. Youngman, M. Woicilr, R. DeArmey, C. Morialris, E. Bariholo- mew, C. Gill, L. Crossland, F. Compagnone. Fourfh Row: B. Barr, C. Reass, L. Broclran-I+, L. Hamillon, C. Medielc, J. Slab P. Sfoclter, E. Fischer, S. Hafhaway, M. Kayuha, B. Denher, S. Roberfs, E. Wesi, R. Rice, S. Bruno, L. Tu'H'le, B. Wells, B. Wallace S. Miller, S. Harringion, D. Criswell, G. Poor, D. Eimer. 82 1 ggi?-f ---w---n f -1 '4---- --1-r-75, W , . ,I ,, Recognizing seriousness of purpose, fhe candle- lighled inilialion ceremony accepled new members I, ,gl info +he club. La'l'es+ fall fashions from Fiflh Avenue were shown by Colvig's and modeled by club mem- bers. Displaying nafive dance and song, S'I'a'le Con- ference delegales, dressed in aufhenlic coslumes, demonsfraled Hawaii's cullure af a second program in aufumn. Miss Rulh E. Davidson, direclor of +he Visiling Nursing Associalion in Wheeling, showed slides of +ha'I' agency's palienls and explained how lhe club could be of service in "Good Will Way." Following Miss Davidson's suggesfions, +he girls made and dis- 'lribuled Chrislmas favors when volunleer club mem- bers weni' caroling. Candy for sale!" chanl' Barbara Bruce and Sharon Bailey, YTeen members, as lhey peddle chocolale bars io Joyce Chambers and Lynne Koehler. 'Fifth Avenue,' 'Good -Will Way' Among Roads Traveled JUNIOR Y-TEENS-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: C. Rider, L. Koehler, B. Williams, J. Clise, C. Eikey. N. Rapp, B. Currence, B Behrens, J. Melnik, K. Dickie, J. Caslilow, J. Elberl, S. Meier, J. Elberf, R. Freeze, C. Sargenl, L. Herman, V. Krieger, P. John- son, J. Parker, B. Bryan, E. Hess. L. Slrolhman, V. Smilh. Second Row: L. Ernsl, S. Lewis, K. Mullarkey, L. Shaw, S. Deplo, D Allen. B. Ruble, P. Rickey, B. Wolodkin, D. Tennanl, V. Vermillion S. Murphy, J. Schuler, M. Wallace, P. Auber, L. McClelland L. Winesdorfer, J. Criswell, C. Korn, S. Johnson, A. Rush, N. Lucas, C. Yohc. Third Row: J. Broemsen, N. Dobrzynski, R. Levin A. Niehaus, L. Peierson, B. Gross, J. Murphy, H. Miller, C. Yoho, R. Klabano, R. Wallace, N. Rofh, E. O'Shields, L. Baker, B Bruce, S. Armbrechf, J. Gary, K. Amend, S. Yahrling, S. Jewell, L. Hough, M. Menh, B. Callahan, M. Carney, M. Yales J. Knollinger. Fourlh Row: S. Crossland, E. Jacobs, S. Lucci, B. Binger, J. Chambers, M. Hile, J. Dirbas, L. Ellioif, B. Beck L. Davies, A. Zimmerman, S. Clarke, C. Colley, S. Tuel, C. Miller, B. Terek, D. Swiger, J. Bonnesen, A. Quinn, l. Gary, J. Theiss E. Malfhews, F. Kirchner, S. Meyer. 83 SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS--Bottom Row, left fo right: P. Baron, A. Glascock, J. Robinson, E. Leslie, G. Williams, C. Haugh, J. Marsh, S. Figaretti, C. Timbrook, N. Burson, J. Gray, S. Thorn, L. Orth, S. Osborne, J. Wilson, L. Dieckmann, S. Sonderman, C. Roush, K. Bartholomew, S. Evans, L. White, J. Mulvey. Second Row: C. Tiggelbeck, K. Riggle, J. Genther, S. Wallace, S. An- derson, J. Cattano, A. Bushfield, S. Gilbert, L. Benner, B. Wilson, J. Welch, J. Morris, J. Roth, D. Blum, M. Schmeichel, C. Litman, L. Quinn, L. Flick, M. Hanson, C. Drahos, P. Wolan, V. Rosemeier, J. West. Third Row: B. Reith, S. Dean, A. Widmar, C. Coleman, P. Holman, M. Smith, M. Thompson, P. Clarke, C. Downs, S. Braun, E. Gee, C. Nortemann, S. Braden, F. Pagliari, R. Hawkins, B. Van Ness, L. Holmes, L. Campbell, S. Smith, B. Cuchta, P. Pitkin. Fourth Row: C. Muldoon, G. Robinson, N. Francis, J. Westlake, J. Kibby, E. Firstenberger, R. Little, B. Dentzer, D. Felton, N. Woodruff, H. Petticord, C. Conaway, C. Clarke, C. Wear, M. Wagner, S. Gehringer, T. Paulos, S. Douglas, J. Kidd, L. Clarke, M. McMillen, M. Jefferson. Patriotism, Brotherhood Featured at .lunction of Route "Hand motions are important," advocates Nancy Burson, showing Sue Osborne and Joyce Morris intricate hula de- tails that she learned at the Y-Teen convention. December's meeting, "Charm Corner" offered tips on good grooming and make-up by a representative of a local beauty salon. Y-Teens and their dates strolled along the "Pathway to the Stars," the annual Christmas semi-formal dance held in Oglebay Park's Pine Room. To start the year with a patriotic feeling, mem- bers of the Wheeling Chapter of the DAR showed copies of every flag flown over the United States. Wintergreen Hall was the scene of this year's Valen- tine Dance, "Lover's Lane." Erasing religious preiu- dice was the idea of the movie, "An American Girl," presented during National Brotherhood Week. 84 FRESHMAN Y-TEENS-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: J. Blaclr, B. Woodruff, B. Knighf, L. Adams, C. Wilfong, K. Kurner, J. Wood- burn, S. Squibb, S. Grimes, B. Gamble, C. Monialbano, J. Gleason, C. Haalre, J. Clark, L. Francis, M. Rubin, L. Moidel, S. Monfgomery, M. James, J. Rine, B. Kinney, C. Kennen. Second Row: S. Maury, S. Young, C. Seidler, K. Armbrechi, E. Good- win, R. Gardner, D. Gallagher, L. Schuler, S. Bailey, M. Kemp, C. Colvin, J. Lowman, P. Woods, S. Lifman, N. Walfon, S. Fugafe, P. Berman, M. Cohen, B. Keifh, M. Nickerson, J. Meyn, C. Broamsen, N. Tubaugh, L. Gayheari, A. Parker. Third Row: J. Minfer, B. Marlin, S. Russell, K. Breeden, B. Kupslri, L. Rine, D. Greslzevifch, C. Virginia, C. Schanlr, D. Clulfer, L. Dobrzynslri, C. Billiclc, M. Terrill, S. Mozney, A. Coflielcl, S. De Garmo, E. Meyer, C. Karnell, J. Travis, S. Frey, A. Eichelkrauf, M. Benelre, J. Barlon, S. Kimmins, P. Vermillion, C. Marsh, R. Ambrolavich, M. Dickie, N. Dollman. Fourfh Row: J. Meier, L. Gaudard, M. Moore, S. Joseph, B. lsaly, L. Low, R. Savill, C. Murray, E. Bowers, C. Crossland, L. Smiih, G. Thornburg, M. WyaH, P. Richey, D. Reed, S. Crago, C. Diclrson, G. Recior, R. Chipkar, L. Dorn, C. Ebeling, D. Kriner, N. Morrison, S. Burgess, D. Hubbard, M. McDonie. 'The Winding Way' Beckons Onward at Year's Close Lyle Anne Ernsl hands Couriney Haake a Y-Teen program for ihe year while Ellen Goodwin adds an ap+ commenf. f -jss,:f'i'-A -1 2 , , , 1.3-if 11 e H 2 K: if ' ll. I I I t 7,513.7 Mrs. Mae Hughes, a member of Wheeling's Ciiy fr Council, acquainfed Y-Teens wifh 'lhe numerous pos- sibiliiies 'For women in government Preceded by 'I'he eleclion of officers, a spring meering, "Boulevard of Beliefs," feaiured a panel of club members who discussed iheir various failhs. Inspiraiional hymns and spiriiuals were presenfed by +he Gospel Singers on "The Glory Road" in April. Corsages were presenied io all graduafes-+o-be a+ lhe Senior Farewell, "Sunse+ Boulevard," +l1e 'Final semi-formal of ihe year. To culminafe 'the year's ac- +ivi'I'ies, molhers were honored guesfs a'r "The Wind- ing Way," fhe 'rradiiional insfallafion Tea +o recog- nize fhe depariing leaders and io welcome 'I'he in- coming officers. 85 To serve ifs school and lo promofe high ideals, Tri- del's Hi-Y consisled of 55 males who clevofed lheir exlra 'lime lo campus and communily service. Required 'ro be a sophomore, junior, or senior and lo have a minimum average of 2.5, new members were accepled afler passing an examinafion on 'lhe purposes and hislory of 'rhe Hi-Y. To remain in lhe club, lhey had lo conlinue 'lhe 2.5 average and ac- quire 'five poinfs each semesler. Under lhe guidance of Anlhony Peck, lhese boys aided civic groups by solicifing for 'lhe Salvafion Army during +he Chrislmas holidays and for fhe Hearl Fund in February. Revenue was raised by sell- ing YMCA candy, washing cars, operaling candy machines in ihe cafeleria, and selling programs and refreshmenfs al' home baskelball games. Delegales from lhe Triad Hi-Y parlicipafed in "You+h in Governmenl' Day" during April. Headed by Senior Bob Sfrauch, 'lhis service group also senl' represenlalives 'ro fhe Sfale Hi-Y Conference in November. Seniors Ben Dwinnell and Denny Schrader aniicipale lhe annual Thanksgiving Hi-Y Dance as lhey observe -lhe re- minder for lhe Nov. 25 evenf. Hi-Y Goals Include School, Community-Service Projects HI-Y--Boffom Row, leff fo righf: H. Vossler, D. Mazur, L. Pickering, A. Frank, S. Henry, R. Pierce, B. Sfrauch, R. Peylon, J. Robinson, B. Cox, G. Jaquay, B. Berisford, J. Bachman, G. Wildemann. Second Row: C. Noll, B. Byrum, C. Diefenbach, B. Diefen- bach, R. Dulaney, K. Keyser, B. Dwinnell, P. Cornelf, L. Wallon, P. Mayer, P. Barlleli, R. Hayes, D. Schrader, B. Woods. Third Row: Anlhony Peck, R. Melzgar, G. Daniel, S. Le Pore, F. Hemberl, C. Travis, D. McGrail, T. Baird, L. Berman, J. Wal- kins, D. Powell, R. Hadorn, A. Jones, D. Hess, J. Douglas. Foulfh Row: W. Carman, L. Gibson, J. Noll, D. Chambers, R. Harris, R. Uplon, S. Lowman, J. Slocker, G. Schuberf, J. Sfeele, A. Cornell, D. Smilh. L. Barrelf. 86 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-Bottom Row. left to right: Karen Muenze, Marlene Nolte, Diana Heusel, Shirley Bruno, Judith Garrison, Lee Ann Tuttle. Second Row: Verna Vargo. Jean Vercellotti, Joan Vercellotti, Kruietta Duke, Dixie Neuhard, Miss Geraldine J. Newman. Skilled Seamstresses, Cooks Practice Domestic Arts That "seasoning is the thing" is being put to practice by Joan Vercellotti and Verna Vargo, culinary aspirants, in their Home Economics curriculum. Realizing that pertection in domestic skills is ot vital importance to women engaged in varied careers, the I3 members ot the Home Economics Club met the second Tuesday of each month to discuss the arts ot cooking and sewing. These girls were ad- vised and directed by Mrs. Dora Steele and Miss Geraldine J. Newman. Demonstrations and movies dealing with the arts ot homemaking were parts ot the monthly meetings. Proiects such as knitting sports sweaters tor skiing and ice skating, embroidering, and crocheting also added interest to the club gatherings. Other func- tions included a Christmas party, gift exchange, and two bake sales. Students in either sewing or foods who obtained "B" averages were offered membership. Ot those Little Reds interested in joining, the usual initiation was required. On the appointed date. initiates at- tended classes dressed as housewives and had vari- ous utensils used in homemaking attached to their attire. 87 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: N. Rapp, S. Douglas, S. Wallace, B. Reifh, P. Auber, M. Wallace, L. Dirbas, G. Robinson, L. Campbell, J. Knollinger, F. Kirchner, E. Jacobs, L. Gayhearl, B. Schweizer, J. Wesf. Second Row: Mrs. Mary Alice Groppe, S. Phillips, S. Lewis, J. Doman, B. Williams, M. Smilh, J. Vercellolli, B. Wolodlcin, L. Tuflle, M. Nolie, B. Mallcolff, M. Carney, S. Halhaway, R. Weisgerber, S. McCready, Mrs. Calherine Eberl Shields. Third Row: Mrs Opaline T. Marfin, J. Campbell, L. Wayl, J. Dirbas, S. Nash, S. Hendersho+, M. Krieger, V. Krieger, K. Duke, D. Neuhard, E. Malihews, N. Horne, S. Miller, B. Currence, D. Eimer, J. Chiplcar, Miss Kafherine E. Barnard. Fourfh Row: T. Brandon, K. Kri- ner, R. Hadorn, K. Caldabaugh, P. Geimer, D. Orum', S. Braden, L. Whiie, J. Chambers, L. Hicks, K. Amend, P. Riclrey, P Wesi, T. Sianion, L. Davis, R. Johnsfon. 'Business Equals Pleasure' for Commercial Students Kruiella Dulme, Thomas Slanlon, and Joy Dirbas, Savings Sfamp agenls, go over lheir records as ihey 'rabulale lhe L'-Ll,, ., ,,,,,, l',l ,I I 1" I I ll Composed of compeleni commercial s+uden'l's, TrideI's chapler of 'lhe Fulure Business Leaders of America sold Uniled S+a'les Savings Slamps and Bonds in excess of Sl0,000. Sponsored by Mrs. Mary Alice Groppe, Mrs. Opal- ine T. Marfin, Mrs. Calherine Eberl' Shields, and Miss Kafherine E. Barnard, lhis organizaiion cele- bral'ed ils second year al' l'he Oak Park school. Mem- bers raised funds ihrough 'lhe sale of 340 boxes of candy. Wilh meelings scheduled 'lhe 'iourfh Friday of each mon+h, lhe club included in ils ac+ivi+ies a 'lour of Wheeling's College of Commerce and a lalk on business by a professor from Wesl Liberly S'l'a're College. Ano'l'her program highlighl' was a film sludy of 'l'he sl'ock markef. Each po+en'lial business leader was assigned an invesligalion and reporl on a phase of 'lhis business. For l'heir communily-service proiecl, members planied shrubbery under +he service club welcoming sign in Elm Grove. 88 PROJECTION CREW-Bottom Row, left to right: K. Menard, R. Hayes, N. Sheats, W. Bowers, D. McGrail. R. Barnhart, B. Francis, P. Cornett, D. Dickinson, S. Brooks. Second Row: G. Jaslco, B. Strauch, B. Rhoads, S. Henson, B. Singleton. B. Baber, B. Haclsell, D. Witt, A. Cornell, F. Roscoe, M. Hartmann. Proiection Crew 'Electrifies' Little Red Productions So that the show will go on, Fred Roscoe and David McGrail check equipment before a scheduled assembly movie. Under the sponsorship ot A. R. Milligan, Tridel's Pro'ection Crew was composed of I8 volunteers. Eacl-I relinquished one daily study hall in order to help stage the Oak Park schedule ot varied pro- grams, ranging from assemblies to movies. Selected by Mr. Milligan tor their interest in the operation ot electrical equipment, these boys lent assistance in the showing ot movies in both the class- room and the auditorium. Assemblies and special programs, including rehearsals tor many pertorm- ances, also occupied much of the crew's time. Proper functioning of lights, sound, curtains, and scenery depended on these Little Reds, three ot whom were on call each period ot the day. During the first semester, these proiectionists showed a record amount of tilm, totaling 296,600 teet. By alternating their duties, these industrious, behind-the-scene Triads were given ample oppor- tunity to increase their mechanical education and demonstrate their abilities as adept stage ettects operators, housemen, and electricians. B9 Seeking fo masfer fhe rudimenfs of harmony, mem- bers of fhe Firsf-Year Girls' Chorus mei' fhree 'limes a week under fhe proficienf direcfion of Miss Vir- ginia L. Brand. ln addifion fo learning basic music principles and proper voice fechniques, fhese ninfh-grade chorisfers were infroduced fo fhe works of many nofed com- posers. Such words as "allegro," "crescendo," and "forfissimo" became familiar ferminology fo fhis freshman choral group. Ably accompanied by Jane Woodburn, fhe fledg- ling chorisfers firsf appeared before fhe sfudenf body in fhe Thanksgiving assembly, Nov. 25. Gaining sfage experience, fhey lenf fresh appeal fo fhe annual choral Yulefide program, Dec. IO. Highlighfing fhe second semesfer, fhese musically minded plebes harmonized skillfully af a March assem- bl and execufed sprighfly rendifions of favorife sellecfions in fhe spring choral concerf during bofh evening and assembly erformances. To climax fhe year, fhey parficipafeclain fhe fradifional Freshman Promofion Exercises in May. Elizabefh Ann Bowers, Robin Gardner, and Lynn Gaudard, fledgling chorisfers, pracfice a selecfion fo enferfain Triads af a coming concerf. Ninth - Grade Harmonizers Master Rudiments of Music FIRST-YEAR GIRLS' CHORUS-Boffom Row, leff fo riglvf: M. Nickerson, C. Scihanlc, C. Broemsen, L. Gayhearf, M. Beneke, E. Bowers, B. Marfin, B. Gamble, C. Ebeling, B. Knighf, C. Wilfong, C. Crossland, L. Dobrzynslci, S. Lifman. Second Row: J. Wd ' J lk .R' M. h A.CfFldC.K llN.Dll S.C R.Gd S.M . oo burn, J. Garrison, . Car, L me, Arc er, o re , arne , o man, rago, ar ner, aury Miss Virginia L. Brand. Third Row: J. Lowman, D. Cluffer, S. Fugafe, P. Vermillion, Kennedy, P. Richey, L. Gaudard, A. h ll R A I I ' I KI T I I h ll' I' I' . 'II Il II . I ll ,.., ll KAI. LA- 90 Sfudying fha fundamenfals of music, Rufh Liffle and Penny Clarke consfrucf a sfaff and supplemenf if wifh nofes for vocal roufines. Tridel's Second - Year Chorus, consisfing of 30 sophomore, iunior, and senior girls who had previously faken one year of vocal insfrucfion, mef fhree fimes weekly. Affired in fheir fradifional whife blouses and dark skirfs, fhe chorisfers performed four fimes in assem- bly. Under fhe direcfion of Miss Virginia L. Brand, fhe feminine warblers made fheir inifial appearance in fhe fall. These veferan vocalisfs concluded fhe firsf semesfer's acfivify wifh a December concerf and assembly of Chrisfmas songs. During fhe second ferm fwo programs were pre- senfed for Oak Park sfudenfs by fhe chorus. For ifs final performance of fhe year fhis singing aggrega- fion parficipafed in fhe Spring Choral Concerf, held annually for Liffle Red parenfs and friends. Af one pracfice session Jack Randolph, Oglebay Insfifufe, spoke fo and conducfed fhe group. Many of fhe chorus members ufilized fheir experf fraining by singing in church choirs and communify groups. Second-Year Songstresses Add Seasonal Harmony SECOND-YEAR GIRLS' CHORUS-Boffom Row, leff fo riglvf: B. Denfzer, R. Liffle, P. Clarke, C. Muldoon, L. Hicks, P. Emerling, B. Ruble, S. Braden, L. Hough, S. Henclershof. Second Row: Miss Virginia L. Brand, S. Clarke, J. Sfead, B. Schweizer, D. Marsh, 9l is a WNY 'v Y ' sv ' ' v v v ' 'Vf' '1 Z a .. A L , Li-Q. . .- MIXED CHORUS-Bottom Row, left to right: R. Hawkins, A. Fox, M. Gatten, D. Blum, B. Reith, M. Wagner, J. Melnik, K. Muenze, P. Jarvis, J. Gray, B. Carr, C. Miller, M. Thom'pson, S. Douglas. Second Row: B. Callahan, T. Paulos, S. Gilbert, L. Wayt, B. Dentzer, C. Nortemann, E. Rider, M. Candas, P. Brennan, C. Carder, L. Hood, S. Skedel, S. Braun, Miss Virginia L. Brand. Third Row: R. Johnston, J. Wharton, D. Menard, R. Upton. D. Nern, R. Summerfield, J. Boerger, N. Sheats, M. Fox, C. Schmalz, S. Rubinstein. Harmonizing Little Reds 'Scale' Musical Heights "Look at this!" Ned Sheats shows Barbara Reith and Stuart Rubinstein, all members ot the Mixed Chorus, an interesting announcement on the bulletin board in the Music Room. Under the able direction ot Miss Virginia L. Brand, the 40 voices ot the Mixed Chorus blended skillfully in harmonious arrangements, ranging trom sacred to popular themes. Meeting three times weekly, these noteworthy Little Reds all had a previous year ot choral work. Good measures ot musical interest and ability were prerequisites tor every member. Accompanied by Eliza Rider, the tunetul Triads appeared in a Nov. 6 assembly and pertormed at Open House, Nov. I0. Many participated in the Oglebay Choral Clinic. Nov. I6. Festive favorites marked the Christmas concert presented to parents and triends, Dec. I0. These were repeated tor the student body, Dec. I I. Other highlights 'Featured visits from Jack Ran- dol h and Miss Sarah Newport, area choir directors, andp the selection ot those who sang in the West Virginia State Chorus in March. Second-semester activities concluded with an appearance at Triadel- phia Grade School during April and a spring con- cert in May. 92 "Wi+h a song in my l1ear1"' exemplified fhe en- 'ihusiasm and popularify of 'l'l1e Triadeiies, Tridel's six mosi' accomplished singers. Assembling four or 'Five mornings a week in Tria- delphia's music room, ihese LiHle Reds rehearsed popular and religious seleciions. Under ihe exaciing supervision of Miss Virginia L. Brand, Tridel's vocal music insirucior, ihey were accompanied a+ 'I'he piano by Senior Pairicia Jarvis. Clad in jade sheaihs highlighied by gold circle ins, fhe sex+eH'e clebuied af a dinner of 'I'he Beihle- hem Presbyierian Church. Oiher fall engagemenis included ihe Elm Grove Lions Club, Kiwanis Club, and 'I'he Classroom Teachers Associafion. During 'ihe Chrisimas season, invi+a+ions were ac- cepfed from Si. Vinceni' de Paul's Men's Socieiy and 'ihe Pilo+ Club. These girls also sang a+ Triadelphia's Chrisimas Choral Conceri and a December assem- bly. Spring appearances were made a+ +he Sorop- iimisi Club, House of Friendship, Ciiy You+h Rally af Chrisf Mefhodisi Church, and fhe annual "Triad"- Triadelphian Varie'I'y Show. -,. .. -.1 1. ....,r....... , To assure a Flawless performance, Triadeiies Susan Clarlce and Eliza Rider pracfice difficuli harmony wiih Pafricia Jarvis, accompanist Selected Sextette Brings Listening Pleasure to All TRIADETTES-Leff fo Righf: Susan Emblen, Eliza Rider, Pairicia Brennan, Lucinda Hood, Susan Clarke, Karen Muenze. 93 BAND Boffom Row lelf fo rrgbf: B. Burns, J. Sampson, D. Swiger, J. Knollinger, A. Rush, A. Frank, J Marsh J Sreele B Wells Second Row: J. Robinson, S. Tuel, J. Tl-ieiss, B. Currence, L. EllioH, R Rodenbaugh S Bruslun J Delaney, J. Moore, S. Murphy, R. Haberlield, K. Vanscoy, J. Lowfher. Third Row D Felfon S Kimmins, M. Terrill, K. Breeden, S. Russell, J. Schuler, R. McAdam, W. Rupp, Music Masters Display Fres Wilh a new direcfor and muliiple changes in 'lhe fypes of music 'ro which if was accusfomed, fhe Triad Band responded favorably +0 an alfered program. Throughoul' fhe la're summer and fall, Tridel's music masiers, wi+h newly found energy, pracliced varied formaiions and music under 'l'he baion of Peier M. Ashkine Jr., who replaced Siefano R. Ceo as direclor of insirumenral music. A+ all Li'H'le Red foofball games buf one, specfafors waiched 'lhe Triadelphia High Marching Band execule precisioned drills and in'l'rica+e liormaiions. Because 'ihe Band was inviied lo parade in ihe Mounlain Sfale Foresf Fesiival in Elkins, Oct 3, if was unable 'ro make fhe +rip +o lhe Parkersburg fray. Laier in 'ihe fall, 'Phe annual Tag Day was held in Wheeling, and ihe dona+ions were used +0 pay for equipmenf and o+l1er similar needs. When ihe swiich +o conceri season was made, Mr. Ashkine and 'l'l1e Band appeared in a Feb. I8 assem- bly. A+ The same lime, ihe sfudeni' musicians sold chocolaie candy lo finance a lrip io see 'ihe "ice 94 P. Fox, D. Seamon, S. Henson, B. Rhoads, D. Schrader, A. Boyd, G. Daniel, E. Helfron, M. Wallace. J. Chambers, J. Schweizer. Fourfh Row: J. Orlh, B. Bussell, B. Woods, J. Gould, C. Noll, K. Calda- baugh, Pcler M. Ashlcine Jr., J. Reed. tyle Under New Direction Follies" in Pi'Hsburgh. To round oul' lheir concerl' season, +he Red and Black inslrumenlalisls displayed lheir 'lalenls al fhe Wesl' Liberly S'I'a'l'e College Solo ancl Ensemble Conresl, March I6, and al an evening performance in May. Sherrard's Chimney Corners was lhe sil'e of a Jan. 9 parly lhal' was chaperoned by Band Parrons. This evenl came as a belaled climax lo lhe marching season. During +he year lhe Band parlicipaled in several parades, including lhe annual procession +ha+ opened 'rhe Chrislmas shopping season in Wheeling. For 'lhese appearances, music such as "Pel'er Gunn" and lhe 'rifle lheme from "The Man Wilh lhe Golden Arm" was fealured. As +heir chief innovalion +his year, +he bandsmen inauguraled a meril and demeril syslem, designed lo inspire fhe ins'I'rumen'lalis'ls 'io perfecl' behavior bolh in praclice and in public. 95 Judy Marsh awails her lurn as Alvin Frank shines his saxo ' ' ' i r en l phone In preoarahon of a coming nsl Um la concerl Guided by Pe'l'er M. Ashkine Jr., direc'I'or of ins'I'ru- menial music, Tridel's cos+umed maiore+'res appeared wi+h ihe LiHle Red bandmen in all iheir performances during +he marching season. This year, Mr. Ashkine increased fhe number of fwirlers, chosen for 'rheir abiliiy and poise, 'from five To eighf. Throughour 'lhe fall, fhe group 'look pre- cision +wirling lessons from a Wheeling dance sfudio. Garbed in uniforms 'lhai' consisied of bulky-knii' sweafers, decorafed boofs, and shorl, full skirfs, ihe Oak Park prancers worked our roufines fhal' ranged from square dances +o mock bullfighis. Leading +he oc+eHe was Head Majoreffe Judy Ann Moore. Allhough half of fhe girls were ini1'ia'les 'lo 'lhis year's 'lwirler ranks, 'I'he ofher four were veferan sfeppers who helped fhe newcomers. They needed no help, however, when concerl' season rolled around. These LiHle Red maidens exchanged ba+ons for a variefy of band ins+rumen+s. Sandy Murphy and Bonnie Wells observe Head Maiorelfe Judy Ann Moore as she demonsfrafes a fwirling iechnique. Maiorettes Add Dexterous Twirling to Triad Band MAJORETTES-Bofiom Row, leff fo righf: Sandy Murphy, Judy Schuler, Mary Wallace. Second Row: Judy Knollinger, Bon- nie Wells, Judy Ann Moore, Judy Robinson, Anifa Rush. 96 K FORUM-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: G. Gwynne, J. Bailey, J. Gray, S. Harringfon, G. Poor, S. Hafhaway, K. Muenze, J. Elberf. D. Heusel. M. Franklin. P. Brennan, S. Emblen. Second Row: J. W. Cochran, L. Rosen, J. Elberf, M. Haake, E. O'Shields, J. Schmeichel, K. Ridgway, C. Gayhearf, L. Winesdorfer, B. Ma lkoff, Miss Mary A. Erskine. Third Row: F. Ebeling, R. Hayes, S. Brooks, F. Kirkland, G. Jaquay, K. Cohen, S. Lowman. Tomorrow's Voters Diiscuss Today's Issues in Forum Debates Kennc-'rh R. Cohen and Joan Gray siudy magazines dealing wifh currenf evenfs in fheir afiempis +o collecd' convincing facfs for a forllwcoming Forum debafe. Consis+ing of 35 Oak Parkers, The Forum mei monihly +o discuss curren+ issues, +o form inielligeni opinions, and 'ro express and defend 'Their views. Each sophomore, junior, or senior desiring +o be- long 'io The Forum had +o have an average of 3.5. Af+er +he ini+ial requiremen'I's were mei, prospeciive members wroie a paper or delivered a speech, af- firmafively or negafively, on a 'lopic designaied by ihe Membership Commi'H'ee. Affiliaiion was fhen given +o fhose wiih 'lhe highesi scores, 'ihe number of members being limiied 'lo 40. Sponsored by Miss Mary A. Erskine and J. W. Cochran, 'I'he debaiers heard Triadelphia's Junior Town Meefing speakers a+ fheir Ociober meeiing. Afiorney E. Douglas McKay, a Republican candida+e for prosecufing aH'orney, spoke abouf Wheeling's vices. During +he second semes+er o+her polifical hopefuls appeared before 'Phe club, headed by Senior Richard Hayes. 97 se. s. , sw S ...Y K if jifji if- .. , s s e H 2 E 1 Xi? xi ss is xx '4 A 2 r 2 -"-' - N . f . ... ....... 1 W A is W a ,I ,, N . ......:.:.. giufg-Mg y Q Q sf ' 'Maas WSE a Given lhe responsibilily of feeding several hundred LiH'le Reds, Mrs. Helen Marshall, Mrs. Lea Rhoades, and Mrs. Helen Corkran combined iheir vasi' knowledge of 'rhe realm of culinary arls 'io prepare an appeiizing array of palafe-l'empl'ing foods. These zealous ladies labored five morn- ings each week io safisfy 'rhe demands of hungry Oak Parkers. Couniless addiiional hours were speni planning each lunch, pur- chasing required ingredienis, and keeping necessary financial records. Mrs. Lea Rhoades, Mrs. Helen Marshall, and Mrs. Helen Corlcran gel' ready +o prepare a daily luncheon for hungry Lifile Reds. Cooks, Custodians Contribute Culinary, Cleaning Services "Jack-of-all-l'rades" mighl well apply +o any of a genial group of men known as Tri- del's cusiodians, and ihe services of Joseph Organ, Carl Knaus, Charles Fry, Ellis Drugan, and Leo Ellioi were always in demand. Though fhese five men were consfanily oc- cupied wi'I'h such dulies as sweeping rooms and corridors and washing chalk boards, 'ihey always found iime fo assisr a keyless LiH'le Red or fo nod a 'Friendly greeiing io passing Oak Parkers. Wayne McCord, mainienance: Joseph Organ, head cusiodiang Ellis Drugan, one of Mr. Organ's assisfanis, map division of 'iheir counfless daily chores. -.ff ...r ' 'I v V .. 3, - .Y rf L 4 ,-MW, ...,,,. J. P. McHenry, refiring aifer 45 years of public-school service, has served as superinfendenl of lhe Ohio Counly Public-School Syslem for +he pasl 25 years. .I. P. McHenry to Retire After 45 Years as Educator To honor a veferan educafor and an efficienf leader, "The I960 Triad" siaff recognizes J. P. McHenry, reliring lhis year aHer 25 years as superinlenclenl' of Ohio Coun'l'y's public schools and a lofal of 45 years in +he educaiional field. Born in Woodlands, W. Va., Mr. McHenry received ihe degree of Bachelor of Science 'From Wesl' Virginia Universily in l929 and fhai' of Masler of Educalion from lhe Universily of PiH'sburgh in I936. When in college he be- longed +o 'lhe Bryan? Liferary Sociely and Kappa Della Pi Fralernily. Mr. McHenry's 'leaching experience has in- cluded five years in fhe elemenfary field, five years of class insfrucfion a+ Warwood Junior High School, and four years al' Warwood High School. Before his lenure as superinlendenf of Ohio Counly's Public Schools, he headed fhe Richland Dislricl' schools for four years and was assisfanl' superinlendenl of' Ohio Counry. Married ancl lhe 'Fafher of fwo sons, Mr. Mc- Henry is a member of 'rhe Melhodisl Church and presen'l'ly resides al' 250i Vance Avenue, Warwoocl. Since I937, he has served as lreas- urer of 'lhe Wesf Virginia Educalion Associaiion, and he has aclively parlicipaled in counly, s+ale, and nalional 'reachers' organizafions. His exl'ra-curricular aciivilies include membership in The Rofary Club and in lhe American Legion. ln his quarfer-cenlury al' fhe helm of Ohio Coun+y School adminisirafion, Mr. McHenry has championed progress, comba'H'ed counlless grave problems, and direcled numerous changes. Wilh perseverance and dedicafion he has sfeadfaslly mainlained a rigid insislenne on a high qualify in Ohio Coun+y's educafional sfandards. Triadelphia graduaies number among many lhousands of sfudenls who owe a debl of grafi- fude fo J. P. McHenry, a public servanl' fo whom "well done" may be sincerely voiced. L I s , QSW -1 si? 1,1 mf M za-M V . pw: w Hz Q K u N-w W mx W gn R ,A A H V 9 -may M f a X - M :iv -:fin-1, L S 'K -, .: .:. 5 . . ' :. it :- -:- :.. ....... .... 'Fl' l A :-: Selig jf.: ,L Q x. :.: -3- ' fy 1? HH BURN '375 'j,f"Hs,mmQmagzQ III" , vu ai . Y J. Q 1 H 1,-V 1.5 X B .- 'gm Q7 Hi " r ' vi' , 'I xx , x 1 I ' 'WWA I ' , f-f N" S 1 j,., is ,. , .lv ff I A 5 .. . 44, F 1 fat' H 511 x WA F mx ,Q K ESS 1 rf' f than H . , Q , , uf ,,- le. gg 3 "WMS, v i MQEH- -4 ma , m Nmnwm i rf Trying lo kee the "cage ball"' alof+ in a Girlz' Physical Educa- lion class are Candace Seieller, Margene Srchrmeichel, and Jo Black. Favorite Recipes Blair Levine prepares lo serve a volleyball as Plhil Vinall and Carl Schmalz make ready fo assisl him. Taking lime our from a pigskin planning session, Ihe brains be- hind TrideI's brawn-Head Coach Gene Millick, Assisfani Coach John A. Shinsky, Faculfy Manager of Afhlefics Arfhur E. Jones, and Assisianl Meniors Glenn R. Schreiber and Thomas L. Acker- man-discuss a possible sirafegy for Ihe '59 grid combine. Triad Gridders Sport Slate of Two '59 Victories Plagued by a horde of iniuries Ihroughouf Ihe campaign, 'rhe '59 ediiion of TrideI's gridiron aggre- gaiion sporied a seasonal sIaI'e of 'Iwo viciories againsl eighi sefbacks. Under 'Ihe reins of Gene Millick, new head coach, 'Ihe LiH'Ie Red gridders garnered a pair of scalps in 'their inifial fhree +iI'I's and 'Ihen were rudely banned from Ihe vicfory column for 'rhe remainder of +he season. On +he credir side of 'Ihe pigskin ledger I'he Oak Parkers edged Cen+raI's Maroons, I3-7, Sept IO: and nipped MagnoIia's Blue Eagles, 20-I3, Sepi. 26. In 'Ihe de'Fici+ file +he Red and Black gridmen were 'rhumped by MoundsviIIe's Trojans, 24-I4, Sep'I'. I8g Iizzled oul' Io Parkersburg's Big Reds, 60-0, Ocl' 2: dropped a close one io WeIIsburg's Orangemen, I4-I3, Oc'I'. IO: mei defeal' al' Ihe hands of Marlins Ferry's Purple Riders, 42-0, Oc'I'. I7g bowed oui Io Union's Ironmen, I5-0, Ocl. 24: 'fell prey 'Io Wheel- ing's Wildcals, 32-6, Oc+. 30: Ioppled before LinsIy's Cadefs, 32-7, Nov. 63 and succumbed +o War- wood's Vikings, I2-0, Nov. I4. VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: H. Gray, D. Casior, J. Brown, D. Vosvick, R. Bauer, T. Figareifi, Coach Gene Millickl Second Row: Coach Glenn R. Schreiber. K. Davis, P. Scoii, L. Robinson, J. Monfalbano, C. Whiie, B. Carney, J. Gaynor, G. Crawford, P. Rea, J. Andenoro, Coach Haller PeH'y. Third Row: Coach John A. Shinsky, R. Bryani, B. Sieele, J. Isaly, T. Peirosino, S. Henry, B. Berman, D. Wifi, F. Brockardt M. Rowell, F. Dobrzynski. RESERVE FOOTBALL SQUAD-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: D. Diclrinson, C. Schmalz, B. Levine, D. Ernes, G. Toofhman, G. Ganher, T. Quigley. Second Row: Coach John A. Shinslcy, T. Miller, B. Dougherfy, F. Carney, K. Pascloli, T. McNinch, A. Depio, H. Deem, J McGill, Coach Gene Milliclx. Third Row: A. Prager, W. Bowman, D. Breifinger, J. Scoft J. Peiroclc, R. Hufson, J. Sipos. Reserve, Freshman Pigskin Squads Gain Grid Experience Able 'Io claim bul' a single scalp in I'heir combined I0 en- counfers, Tridel's reserve and freshman gridiron squads found The local pigskin furfs quife disasirous fhroughoul The '59 campaign. Sfarved eniirely from lhe viclory column, 'I'he LiH'le Red 'unior-varsily gridders under Ihe helm of Coach Glenn R. Schreiber lell prey lo five opponenls, including Moundsville, 40-0: Tilfons- ville, 32-I8g Mariins Ferry, 47-6: Bellaire, I2-0: S+. Clairsville, I4-I2. Composed largely of sophomores and juniors, lhis aggre' gaiion saw considerable acfion while gaining valuable experience for 'fulure varsify roles. Claiming Iheir lone viclory againsl four seibaclcs, 'l'he Oak Park plebes "learned The ropes" as fhey praciiced ihe basic fundamenials under ihe waichful eye of Coach Thomas L. Acker- man. Meeiing clefeai ai I'he hands of Sieubenville, I4-0: Ceniral, 26-I3: Linsly, 25-0: and Bridge orI', 7-6: Ihe Red and Black firsl- year men conquered Moundsville's frosh, 39-27. Gaining special meniion from Coach Ackerman as varsiiy maierial were Frank Carney, Thomas Quigley, and Alberi Depio. 1959 Varsity Grid Schedule Sept Sepi. Sepl. Oci. Oci. Ocl. OcI'. Oclz Nov. Nov. THS Opp I0--Cenfral .,....... I3 7 I8-Moundsville .... I4 24 26-Magnolia ., ... 20 I3 2-Parkersburg ,,... 0 60 I0-Wellsburg ...... I3 I4 I7-Mariins Ferry . . . 0 42 24-Union ..,....... 0 I8 30-Wheeling ....... 6 32 6-Linsly ....,..... 7 32 I4-Warwood ....... O I2 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: Larry Moore, John Bobiclr, David Orum, Charles Farley. Second Row: Jimmie Sco'H, Terry Miller, Thomas Quigley, Alberi Depio, Franlc Carney, Bill Dougheriy, Carl Schm'alz. Third Row: Tom Koehl, Michael Fox, Bill Keller, Jack Ice, Paul Slziba, Coach Thomas L. Ackerman. 5 .. Sv! 'it BY" Q 7? ,f,,gf,,,, N A 1 f w . ' . 'Luo V viii: Q, E A 5 - X if , ,, -WN,i,Qf,i: gf'5 V JJ. N . .XX j: Q VV ,'V- - WQJX, ,PLA Y ,flfrijl A 1 L4 f M , - '7LQ,. ' we-Q. 'Hn' RNARD STEVEN HENRY End CARNEY Tackle HOWARD GRAY Blocking Back GARY CRAWFORD Guard HN ANDENORO Tacflrle LEE KIM DAVIS Guard James Brown, defensive line backer, fighls +l1rougl1 +l1e Maroons' inferference as he follows flue play ROBINSON and prepares io nab the unseen ball carrier in a Sept IO, 1959 ccnfesl wilh Ceniral. Tride-l's LiHle Tackle Reds won, I3-7, on flue lsland furf. Performing one of fheir varied gridiron iaslcs, veferan Managers John Bachman and Kennefh Kriner carefully slore 'Phe Oalr Parkers' pigskin equipmenf unfil next summer's rough-and-fumble pracfice sessions. l l05 Varsity Basketball Scores e They Dec. I4-McKinley 60 40 Dec. I5-Warwood . 42 37 Dec. 22-Ceniral . .. 66 50 Dec. 29-Linsly ..... 56 60 Jan. 5-Moundsville 57 64 Jan. 6-Wellsburg. 56 60 Jan. 8-Magnolia . 34 38 Jan. I5-Cenfral 55 76 Jan. I9-Wheeling . 62 65 Jan. 22-Moundsville 60 58 Jan. 26-Wheeling . 76 73 Jan. 297-Union ..... 70 7l Feb. 2-Wellsburg. 66 73 Feb. 5-Follansbee 66 57 Feb. I2-Union 60 47 Feb. I6-Warwood 70 56 Feb. I9-Weirlon .. 7I 57 Feb. 23-Follansbee 57 70 Feb. 25-Linsly ..,,. 57 67 Feb. 27-Parkersburg . . ..... 55 56 Seclion I Tournamenl Mar. 5-Moundsville .. .,,.. 58 57 Drawing up blueprinis for fhe Lillie Reds' '59-'60 courl cam- paign, Head Coach Thomas L. Ackerman demonslrales a possible affacilr fo Glenn R. Schreiber and John A. Shinslcy, assislanl dribble menlors. Varsity Hardwood Corps Conquers Nine Opponents Performing under +he reins of Coach Thomas L. Ackerman, Tridel's varsily hardwood corps emerged viclorious in nine conlesls and bowed oul' lo I2 cour'l' opponenls during lhe '59-'60 floor campaign. Composed of six seniors, five juniors, and a pair of 'lenlh graders, +his year's cage squad proved un rediclable from one game lo 'rhe nexl, varying in siyle and brand of ball from "red hcl" +o "ice colJd." Tridel's Red and Black dribblers, however, engaged in a number of close encounrers, including a lasl'-second conquesi of Moundsville and closing-minule losses +o Union and Parkersburg, lhe Ialrler in lhe Oak Parkers' lone overlime. Concluding lheir hoop sla'l'e, l'l1e Li'Hle Red 'Floormen dropped a 58-57 squealcer lo Moundsville's Troians in 'rhe seciional round of 'l'l1e Wesl Virginia "AAA" Baskelball Tournamenf, March 5, al Linsly. Comprising 'l'he usual slariing line-up for lhe Triads were John Robinson, Larry Berman, James Brown, Dick Hess, Bill Francis, and Ray Barnharf. VARSITY BASKETBALL-leff fo righf: Jim Keeler, manager: Ray Barnharf, John Mason, John Douglas, Bill Francis, Arlhur Jones, Ronnie Peyfon, Coach Thomas L. Ackerman, Michael Rowell, John Robinson, Larry Berman, Dick Hess, James Brown, Bruce Ber- man, Sam Lanh. IO6 RONN I E PEYTON Forward JOHN ROBINSON Forward ARTHUR JONES Guard Little Red Lettermen Complete Cage Bouts for Trldel JOHN MASON Guard LARRY BERMAN Forward JOHN DOUGLAS Guard RESERVE BASKETBALL-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: Thomas Woicilc, Jim Seiberi, William Carman, Glenn Elliolf. Second Row: Glenn Berisford, JelT Smifh, Frank Brockardi, Coach Glenn R. Schreiber. Paul Cornell, George Ganher, Larry Walfon, manager. Frosh, Reserve Cagers Gain Experience for Possible Varsity Roles Jan Jan. Jan Jan Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb Feb Feb. Feb Feb Feb Feb We They a-Linsly ..,,... .,.. 4 o 27 gis- l2-Warwoocl . . . ,... 34 35 Dec: I5-Rifchle .... .... 4 4 32 Deg, I9-Madison . . .... 2' 0 Jan- 22-Cenfral . . . .... as 42 26-Clay ,... .... 4 5 60 Jan: 29-Lincoln . .... 37 35 Jan, 2-Linsly ..... ..., 2 o 26 Jan- 5-Warwood .... .... 3 8 32 jig' 9'-Rifchie .... ..., 6 5 35 Feb: I2-Madison . . .... 58 30 Feb, I6-Cenfral .... .... 4 o 46 Feb- I9-Clay . . . .... za 40 EEE' 23-Lincoln . . ...... 27 2l Feb: 'Forfeii Feb. I4-McKinley I5-Warwoocl 22--Cenlral ., 29-Linsly 5-Moundsville 6-Wellsburg 8-Magnolia . lb-Cenfral .. I9-Wheeling ... ,.. . 22-Mounclsville 26-Wheeling 29-Union ...,. 2-Wellsburg 5-Follansbee I2-Union .... I6-Warwood I9--Weirlon . . 23-Follansbee 25-Linsly .... We They 45 29 26 28 37 29 30 45 37 29 36 33 32 42 35 3 l 49 66 40 4I 4I 55 40 34 48 30 49 40 46 47 36 49 56 40 42 44 42 4I FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Bofiom Row, leff fo righf: Alber+ Young, Paul Lowe, Alberl Deplo, Tom Koehl, Ray Johnson Wil liam Zebiclz. Second Row: Larry Schuler, John Dickson, Gary Emerson, Coach John A. Shinslry, Franlx Carney, Tommy Hardman Thomas Quigley. i959 GOLF TEAM-Leif fo Righf: Nick Karras, Larry Berman, Fred Roscoe, Paul Mayer, Leroy Gibson, Jim Weishar, Mickey Donoghue, Milra Wallis, Frifz Doepken, Arlhur Jones. Linksmen Garner Five: Diamond Aggregation Cops Six Tridel's l959 diamond aggregafion under 'Phe reins of Coach Thomas L. Ackerman emerged vic- forious in six of eighf encounfers. Garnering 'iwo iriumphs each over Wheeling and Ceniral, fhe LiHle Reds also conquered Mc- Kinley and Warwood. Bofh Oak Park defeais' came a+ ihe hands of Moundsville's Seciion Ill champs. Carl Spring and Tony Figareiii carried +l1e bur- den of ihe piiching chores as David Jackson and James Compagnone wielded explosive bais 'For fhe Triads. Five seniors, including Spring, Com- pagnone, firsi' base: Leonard Wells, piicherg Barry CluH'er, righi field: and Ken Burroughs, pifcher: were 'rhe reiiring le'H'ermen. By placing second in ihe Siiiel Cup maich, ihe LiHle Red linksmen 'ierminaied 'l'he i959 golf campaign wiih 'Five viciories and 'Four serbacks. Conquering Bishop Donohue, Wheeling, Linsly, Weir+on, and Weirfon Madonna, Tridel's golfers, coached by C. C. Kraus, losi' ihe Warwood and Ceniral engagemenis and fhe OVAC 'iournamenl' in addiiion io 'ihe Sfifel encoun'I'er. Jim Weishar, Mickey Donoghue, Leroy Gibson, Paul Mayer, and Mike Wallis comprised +he regu- lar 'five-man ieam. Friiz Doepken served as six'I'h man and al+erna'l'e. Triadelphia enlisfed fhe facili- iies of Wheeling Park for praciice sessions and home marches. H759 BASEBALL TEAM-Boffom Row, leff io righf: Ray Bauer, Jimmie Luzacler, David Vosviclr, Bill Francis, David Jackson, Clyde Minfer, David Casior, James Compagnone. Second Row: Manager Leslie McNinch, Ken Burroughs, Barry Clu'Her, John Robinson, Bernard Carney, Tony Figareiii, Leonard Wells, Ca rl Spring, Coach Thomas L. Ackerman. - f av-we - e- -M if wa Q - 'A ' ' " ., . ' ,-.ap Q. , , , as Q , MAE Vxfgiiigf ,ag I " " 'i " A I f .f ai NIP: aaa- I ,4'5a.'i'. 'ia ai. . , . 5 Hag...-1 . ,g, W A H -ag,-1f:4g5,' H giiggaaaz' if as E 'ai - ...ew Wi . .. 'ii -Q.-Q' i f- . P- , as J' ..J:... F ,se :- ---R.-qi 'L W x .,, 1 - -I f H , he ,- " , 1 Q X , 1 . ,sf - ls I I ,DSX - -' 'i fx l rv ' Cf 2 is fi IO9 Compeiing in iheir sophomore season as a con- s'l'i+uen1' of 'lhe Sieel Valley League, Tridel's varsily Track squad engaged in a number of oval baiiles ihroughoui' 'ihe spring campaign. Numbered among 'ihese were 'Five dual meeis wi+h 'rhe remaining quin'le+ of ihinclad aggrega+ions in 'ihe SVL's soulhern loop: Moundsville, Marlins Ferry, Linsly, Wheeling, and Sfeubenville. Under i'he helm of Head Coach John A. Shinsky and Assisiani' Men- +or Gene Millick, ihe Oak Park cinder corps also parficipaied in l'he Brooke Counly Relays, Bellaire Relays, Greaier Ciiy Mee+, and +he Wesi' Virginia Regional and Siaie Mee'l's. Heading 'ihe Red and Black aHack were nine re- 'l'urning leiler winners, including Howard Gray and Bernard Carney, seniors, James Brown, Phillip Rea, Ray Bauer, Harold Cooke, and Ray Barnhar+, iuniorsg Glenn Berisford and Jeff Smi'l'h, sophomores. Coach Glenn R. Schreiber guided ihe LiH'le Red plebeian speedsfers. Ray Barnhari and Harold Cooke, Li+'rle Red ihinclads, review 'rhe order of evenis for a Sieel Valley League oval spin wifh Head Coach John A. Shinslry. Triad Thinclads Engage Cream of Local Cinder Crop TRACK-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: A. Depio, M. Fox, J. Scoii, T. Quigley. P. Slciba, R. Huison, C. Schmalz, D. Orum, C. Farley, G. Tooihman, W. Zebiclc, A. Prager, J. Calfrider, T. McNinich. Second Row: W. Young, F. Fivecoai, R. Barnhari, T. Koehl, T. Baird, B. Dwinnell, H. Cooke, B. Cox, F. Carney, L. Walfon, J. Seiheri, H. Deem, B. Carney, H. Gray, T. Peirosino. Third Row: Assisianf Coach Gene Milliclc, G. Berisford, L. Crago, D. Hess, P. Cornefi, S. Henry, D. Wifi, J. Bachman, J. Brown, P. Scofi, J. Sfeele, P. Rea, R. Peyfon, J. Smifh, M. Rowell, Coach John A. Shinsky. ll0 CHEERLEADERS-Bottom Row, left to right: Linda Peterson, Janet Criswell, Sue Osborne, Bobbie Van Ness, Sharon Johnson. Second Row: Bonnie Bell, Kathleen Friebertshauser. Third Row: Susan McCormick. Cheerleaders Provide 'Beat' of Spirited Enthusiasm Eight spirited Cheerleaders-tive varsity and three reserve - began an active year with the sale ot "beatniks." Designed to increase enthusiasm and pep at tootball and basketball games, as well as to raise money tor tuture use, the wooden noisemakers were purchased by sports-conscious Little Reds. During the gridiron season the girls were seen in red and black pleated skirts, worn with white V-neck sweaters. On the court, the sweaters were replaced by white blouses and red vests. Ably sponsored by Miss Phyllis A. Beneke, these Little Reds conducted pep assemblies throughout the year and in October staged a pep rally on the Oak Park campus. To remain a member ot the squad, each yell leader had to attend practice every Monday and Thursday atter school and maintain an average ot "B." ln recognition ot their services, red chenille "T's" were presented to varsity members ot the l959-I960 squad. Janet Lee Schmeichel and Janie Bonnesen, Cheerleaders mascots, strike their beatnilzs as they promote pre-game spirit Before fhey "gel info 'fhe swim" ai Rifchie Pool, Cincla Roush, Margaref Thompson, and Sue Thorn assemble 'iheir equipment Cold weafher proved no barrier fo ihe favoriie sporis acfiviiy of LiH'le Red mermaids. As members of fhe Girls' Swimming Club, 'rhey invaded Nep+une's realm ai regular iniervals during ihe win+er monfhs. Sponsored by Miss Ellen W. S+ewar+, 'rwo-hour swimming meeis were held +he firsl and ihird Tues- day of each monih ai' Rifchie School. Ai' each session a special program was arranged 'io furiher perfeciion in diversified aqua+ic skills. Among 'these were wafer ballef, diving, racing, and improvemeni of sfrokes. Two 'iryouis for membership in fhe club were held in Oclober. Each candidaie was required +o exhibil her proficiency in fhe side, crawl, breasf, and back sirolces, as well as 'io execuie a fronl' dive. Judged by +he seasoned swimmers, fhe girls wifh lhe highesf raiings were admi++ed 'io fhe organizaiion. Business of ihe club was conducfed a+ a monihly meefing. In March a bake sale abeH'ed fhe club's freasury. 'Daughters of the Deep' Glide Through Neptu-ne's Realm GIRLS' SWIMMING CLUB-Boffom Row, leff fo righf: M. Yales, J. Lowman, S. Braun, M. Thompson, A. Fox, C. Bodlrin, D. Blum, C. Roush, A. Bushfield, B. Woodruff, D. Allen. Second Row: K. Ridgway, K. Bariholomew, S. Thorn, S. Monigomery, J. Bailey, E. Gee, N. Dobrzynslri, V. Smiih, S. Harringion, D. Neuhard, L. Dieclcmann, J. Gray. Third Row: J. Schmeichel, J. Cris- well, E. Rider, J. Vellenowefh, M. Wallace, J. Sampson, T. Grimes, S. McCormick, L. Davies, S. Evans. J. Morris, J. Welch, S. Crago, Miss Ellen W. Sfewarf. Fourih Ro derson, L. Benner, E. Goodwin, B. Wilson. w: K. Amend, L. Rin e, B. Beck, J. Bonnesen, N. Colson, B. Kinney, S. Zanolli, S. An- H2 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-Boffom Row, leff fo fighf. S. Douglas, S. Clarke, N. Burson, J. Rofh, B. Reifh, E. Gee, B. Wilson, S. Osborne. L. Orih, J. Wilson, T. Paulos, D. Tennanl. Second Row: S. Smifh, S. Wallacf, L. Slroihman, J. Vellenowelh, J. Schmeichel, C. Bodkin, D. Felfon. G. Robinson, L. Dirbas, L. Clarke, M. Nickerson, C. Wafenpool, L. Broclcardf. Third Row: C. Clarke, A. Quinn, B. Beck, C. Roush, M. Wallace, J. Bailey, S. Harringfon, J. Gray, J. Bonnesen, S. Johnson, B. Woodruff, S. Roberls, J. Wesllake, E. O'Shields, C. Coleman, Miss Ellen W. S+ewarl. Muscle-Building Maidens Enjoy Many Vigorous Sports Choosing an emblem, Joyce Wesflake, Lynne Clarke, and Dianna Fellon, GAA members, inspecl fhe selecfion offered by Miss Ellen W. S+ewar+. Muscle-building members of Triclel's Girls' A'l'h- lefic Associaiion lilerally "had a ball" during iheir '59-'60 sporls season. Under lhe sponsorship of Miss Ellen W. Sfewari, lhe sporfs-minded Triads mel' +l1e second and fourfh Thursday of each monfh. A+ fhese galherings fhe girls parlficipaled in various af'l'er-school infermural conlesis. Vigorous acfivi+ies began wifh a hike +o Oglebay Park in Ocfober. During 'lhis monfh a picnic was also held wilh 'I'l1e Girls' Swimming Club. ln+er-scholas+ic compefilion was 'lhe lceyno+e of +he GAA's fall and win+er sessions. Volleyball and baskelball fournamenfs wifh such 'foes as Wheeling, Mar'I'ins Ferry, and Bellaire highlighied lhe encoun- +ers. Towards 'rhe close of 1'he win+er season, +he Li++le Reds sharpened fheir blades for a skaiing parly wi'I'h ofher a+l1le+ic clubs. Spring acfivifies in- cluded soffball and soccer frays. Aller +he inifial membership requiremenfs of 200 poinfs, awards consisled of an emblem for 300 poinls and a "T" for 500. Fell sfars were awarded for each addifional l00 poinfs. II3 A., M, .HB -H Q' nw wx .: ,. 1. ..:.: E, ss a gx m m ff SE E gm .X n V4 ss : , 353 mm - ss wa .gm-11 M1 mmf . 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A ' AMW.- , : 'fgnmm E an H A , .f gg , X :-vgwmmf. is :B Sw V, N Q ' . X , ' -'fzz B ma?-gs 1 .4 W5 mwnw 'Ys"m 'TB f-M.m PE '1'W, w - WWQBWQMVL M E: 1 FREE N15 ,v 'N-'MM wr . New - 5-uma M .. .SM himiww. . . W M B: Q21--, L.-F.-. ., My W M qi .2 ,,..,L.', 3'A' sign msmmExwm,4?1Q m- .fimggag Hx 1 - :L Mw.m,',w, x '- . " .Q X' .Q M we 'HE .W 2 N. , ,, :V Kgs 4? . f" Ki, ,pg auf" lf' , i , 'lf' ' , , 1 4' , , . -,,,, gf V .. ' f- , f--' ff-P' A ff' D 9 , L7 gi: - 'V -4- ff A ' 'W W A '.E:i '-a'H23a 'I Y .Y w.--,.' V fI"1,1 .12 My-ll y,w,.n M., .1,.. w A Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Armbrecht B Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Baehman Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey Jr. PATRON S D fcontinuedj J Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. William H. Baird and Mrs. Charles Baker Dale L. Baker and Mrs. August Bankey and Mrs. Harry Bartholomew and Mrs. Harry B. Beck and Mrs. Clifford Bell and Mrs. Chas. C. Beneke and Mrs. Ben Berisford and Mrs. Samuel Binger Arthur Bodkin Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Dobbs Mr. O. R. Doman Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dunnell Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Dwinncll E Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elbert Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Elliott Mr. and Mrs. William T. Emblen Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ernst F Dr. and Mrs. B. G. Firstenberger Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Louis C. Fischer Fred Fivecoat Ross Flofflyn Raymond Francis David Frank M. Franklin Wade L. Freeze Mr. and Mrs. Fred Friebertshauser Mr. and Mrs. Peter Front G Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Gallagher Libby and Nancy Gee Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Gehringer Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Giffen Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Goodwin Mr. Edward Dague '55 Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Bohlen Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bonnesen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bonnesen Ill Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Bowers Mr. and Mrs. George Boyd Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Breeden Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Brockardt Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Broemsen Mr. and Mrs. Wayne T. Brooks Mrs. J. E. Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bushfield C Mr. and Mrs. William Callahan Dr. and Mrs. George R. Clarke Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coffield Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Colson Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 'Colvin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Compagnone Miss Constance Cornell Miss Lynda Cornell Mr. and Mrs. Vernon E. Cornell Mrs. Lena Cox D Mr. and Mrs. C. Howard Gray Rev. and Mrs. John F. Gray GySgt. and Mrs. W. J. Greskevitch Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Grubb Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gwynne H Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hadorn Bill Hamilton '57 Mrs. Velma Hathaway Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. . John C. Davies . Hans W. Dieckmann . Wm. F. Diefenbach Wildon A. Dague Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Elwood C. Heffron Sr. Mr and Mrs Jay E. Henry Mr. and Mrs Fred Herman Mr and Mrs Lester C. Hess Bill Hill '58 Mr. and Mrs William Hill Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Holman Mr. and Mrs Robert S. Hughes II6 Kirk Jackson Robert James Charles C. Jasko and Mrs. R. L. Jefferson Russell Jenni Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones Drs. N. K. and Wilda Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Junkins K Mr. and Mrs. Nick Karnell Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanford Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kennen Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Kiziminski Mr. and Mrs. Edward Klabano Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Knight Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow F. Knollinger Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kraus Mrs. Roan D. Krieger Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Kriner Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kupski L Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Lantz Mr. and Mrs. Ralph LePore Mr. and Mrs. Albert Levin Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lowman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucas M Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mason Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Medick Dr. and Mrs. John S. Meier Mrs. Virginia Metzdorf Mrs. R. W. Metzgar Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Coach Gene Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alva M H. J. Meyn Everett W. Miller Halley Miller Milliek Albert Moidel oorc Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Moore Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Muenze Mc Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. N Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. John C. McAlarney Jr. Arthur McClelland E. C. McDonie Johnson B. McKinley Howard McNinch William B. Nern A. J. Nichaus Mr. aml Mrs. Wilbur Nortemann O Mr. and Mrs. John G. Osborne Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. O'Shields P Mrs. Stefena Pagliari Mrs. T. R. Parker Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Ferrer Pascoli K. 0. Pickering Mr. and Mrs. John H. Porter Sr. Mr. and Mrs R Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Rhea B. Mr. and Mrs. S Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Robert H. Porter Albert F. Reed . S. Robert Reiter W. Richey Sr. Ray Ridgway Albert Rine Charles A. Roberts M. H. Robinson D. l. Rodenbaugh Rogerson Edgar G. Roth .John l.. Sargent lrving Savitt Elwood L. Schrader John A. Schubert Carl L. Schuler Louis J. Schweizer Paul E. Scott George H. Seibert Jr. Russell H. Seidler Sr. Charles Sharples PAT RON S S tcontinuedj Ned C. Sheats Edward C. Smith Frasier Smith H. Needham Smith W. R. Sonderman James G. Squibb J. lra Steele Allen H. Stocker Samuel Stone F. Strothman Harold A. Terrill Robert F. Terry Clarence Thorn J. Grier Thornburg Trach Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. Mark Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Russell Charles Travis Tubaugh Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Tuttle V Mr. and Mrs. William Vinall Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Vossler W Mr. and Mrs. R. Geo. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weide Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells Mr. and Mrs. G. H. West Mr. and Mrs. Luke Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Winesdorfer Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Witt Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wolf Mr. and Mrs. John L. Woodruff Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Woodruff Rev. and Mrs. William A. Woods Mr. and Mrs. George Worls Y Mr. and Mrs. James R. Yoho Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Young Mr. and Mrs. James A. Youngman Z Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Zimmerman Jr. Il7 Homero-o-ms Seniors Miss Bernice R. Brennan Miss Adda L. Dunlap Miss Mary A. Erskine Miss Audrey Lazear Miss Elizabeth Anne Meek Miss Margaret Moore 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 Mrs. Mary Alice Groppe Mrs. Lois Hoffer C. C. Kraus Mrs. Opaline T. Martin Gene Millick John A. Shinsky Freshmen V. H. Bixler Mrs. Margaret Dobbs Mrs. Lois Grubb Miss Geraldine J. Newman Miss Mabel Scherich Glenn R. 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