Union High School - Messenger Yearbook (Benwood, WV)

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AH.. 7 Y. ,,1hm,-, Published by., Q THE IOURNALISM CLASS UNION HIGH SCHOOL Benwood, West Virginia Volume Twenty-six 1945 J 1 1" 1 I, v F f Y t I 1 1, 4 L 1 t t 5 A A 1 t ? Y m '--'Q an -7-wt was t tt .Stl G-gfnother year. ww Another book. v In future years, may this 1945 MESSENGE Q TRUE STUDENT il-Q """ 11 11 Z M' iii in ll! Ili ill In i ni IH III IH I 3 ill Sgi vfglshf' Q, A ill Ill Ill Nl in i Ill ll Ill gl ill lil la ll! Ill W 49 Q ,:.X Q 5 n IJEIJICATIUN O KNOW MR. SUTER is to like him. ,His smile, his manner, his ability, his loyalty, and his willingness to give freely of his time and energy, all unite to make him not only an outstanding class sponsor but also a capable member of the high school Faculty. Rarely, do a class and a sponsor get along in perfect harmony in their mutual tasks, Throughout the three years Mr. Suter has served as their adviser, the Seniors have been aware of the calibre of man chosen to guide them during their high school days. Because of this, the Seniors have been mindful of his efforts. They have given him cooperation: and, above all else, they have appreciated the many things he has done for the Class of 1945. To him, this book is respectfully dedicated. On these pages is recorded, for all to read, a sincere and truly meant "Thank You" to the one whose very pres- ence has enriched the life of Union High School and Whose very friendship Will, in the future, do much to make life more complete. May your future hold the best of everything that is good, Mr. Suter, and may you remember us just as We, individually and collectively, shall remember, respect, and revere you. To Eldron Suter, one of Union's prominent teachers, this book is dedicated. Eldrun Suter As Teacher As Chauffeur As Ticket Mun As Adviser giu1feAL!Jg!olQ1f-ecialfiolfa F UNION HIGH SCHOOL has a tradition, Mrs. Kathryn McElroy is it. Throughout the eleven years that she served as school secretary, hundreds of students have come under her wholesome influence. Knowing her, one finds it hard to think of anyone comparable. Because oi ill health, Mrs. "Mac" is no longer school secretary. She is now working as part-time secretary to Mr. Riedel. As long as Union High School exists, Mrs. McElroy will be remembered as a part of the school. This page, therefore, is in appreciation to one who gave so freely to everything and every- body that Were a part of Union. Mrs. Kathryn McElroy """-Ofgozciferu Qjzfaiofe Gow ,WUULQAIB Principal Charles S. Wiseman B. S.. M. A. Ohio State University HE CLASS OF 1945 presents the Faculty, Our paths have crossed a qreat many times, and We can't retrain from teelinq that these persons have ever held our interests in their hearts. In return for their helpful services, we qive them this choice space in this, our book of memories. Principal Wiseman cmd Miss Webb at Work Miss Alma lean Webb School Secretary RUTH ANN BARBOUR A. B., West Liberty State College General Science, General Mathematics ,MARY CONNER A. B., West Liberty State College M. A., University of Pittsburgh Problems oi Democracy, Economic Geography AGNES V. COX A. B., Bowling Green College of Commerce M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh Shorthand. Bookkeeping. Commercial Law, Consumer Economics HARRY L. CRAIG West Virginia Wesleyan College Physical Education. Coach MARY A. FAHRION A. B., West Virginia Wesleyan College M. A., University of Cincinnati Latin. English 12. World History BILLY M. FREELAND A. B., Fairmont State Colleqe Physical Education BERYL GOODWIN A. B., West Liberty State College M. L., University of Pittsburqh English 9 AGNES HARTWIG A. B., Marietta College M. L., University ot Pittsburgh Librarian MARGARET ANN LANE A. B., West Liberty State College Biology VIRGINIA MASTERS B. S., Ohio University Home Economics MYRTLE MILLER B. S., West Virginia University Algebra. Geometry. Trigonometry SARAH A. MINER A. B., Oberlin College M. A., University of Illinois Band ROBERT A. PASTORIUS West Virginia Institute of Technology Marshall College Machine Shop Practice GERTRUDE PEEL A. B., Marshall College American History. English 10 MARGARET POLLEY A. B., West Liberty State College M. A., West Virginia University English 10. English ll ROBERT H. PORTER A. B., West Liberty State College M. Ed., University ot Pittsburgh Typing. Iournalism LOUIS C. RIEDEL Vocational, West Virginia University University of Pittsburgh West Virginia Institute of Technology Director of Vocational Training oi War Workers TERESA SCARNECCHIA A. B., Youngstown College M. A., University of Pittsburgh English 10. Citizenship ELDRON SUTER A. B., West Liberty State College M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh Industrial Arts LEILA TIPTON A. B., Fairmont State College Physics. Chemistry. Business Arithmetic The lVlarshallCl1uunly Board ni Education Mr. Ralph E. Riggs Mr. Arthur Montgomery Mr. C. O. Masters Mr. D. W. Morris AUMMINISTHATIUN MR. IOSEPH FISHER Assisiornt County Superintendent MR. LOUIS R. POTTS County Superintendeni I6 MR. KENNETH HARBISON President of the Bocrrd 1 n CZULZIZIQJ Q 866 QMOVVOWQ 810,98 SENIUH UFFICERS GEORGE BARTSCH RUTH FURBEE President Secretory GEORGE LEWIS FRANCES BALGO Vice-President Q Treasurer ELDRON SUTER Adviser ' Frances Bulgo Commercial George L. Bm-tsch t Vocational Frank Paul Bilkcx Vocational Helen M. Brown Commercial Kenneth W. Casiilow Vocation al UF Ioseph F. Banaski Vocational Emma Bickerton College Preparatory Alphonse Brak General Iohn I. Burgess Vocational Icnnes Chaburkcr General Nick F. Conti Commercial Charles Dietz General Marianna Fazzaro Commercial Ruth Furbee Commercial Peggy Ann Garvey Commercial UF Wido Robert Curitti Vocational Lenora Epiicmo Commercial Evelene Fike Commercial Dorothy Gamer General Byrel Gatewood Commercial Helen Marie Gaynor College Preparatory Iames Gresak General Phyllis Harringion General Lulu Henderson Commercial Harry Hrebic Commercial UF Albert Lewis Graham Vocational Eugene B. Haier Vocational Norma Hazleit Commercial Robert W. Hossmon Vocational Patricia Elaine Inman College Preparatory Betty lane Iames General Iohn F. Iohnson Vocational Howard L. Lemon Vocational Donald E. Logston Vocational Helen Macek Practical Arts UF Delores Iochum College Preparatory Pearl Iuanitc: Iudqe College Preparatory George W. Lewis Commercial George Alvin Logston Vocational Ann Mahovlic Practical Arts Iohn Mcrtrunick Vocational Viviun McG1umphy Practical Arts Patricia Molnur Practical Arts Imogene Moore Commercial Alfredda Nadolski Colleqe Preparatory LAS Rosemary McGee Practical Arts Virginia McSwords Commercial . Cyril P. Moncmcm Vocational lean Morris Practical Arts Pat O'Connel1 Commercial CLASS UF Hugh Wayne Prettyman General Thomas E. Quigley Vocational Dorothy Ratcliiie Commercial Flora Belle Rider Practical Arts Keith N. Ross Vocational Anthony M. Provenzano Vocational Louise Rakoskie Commercial Grace Elizabeth Raymond Commercial Harriet Riedel Commercial Adolph S. Rubcich Vocational Leo Sccrnecchia College Preparatory Dorothy Siburt College Preparatory Arden Smiley Vocational Harold S. Stern College Preparatory John Paul Siorm Vocational UF lane Shuiiermun General Mary Sigler College Preparatory Edward C. Sogcm Vocational George E. Stewart Practical Arts Iecm Sturm Commercial Leonard M. Subasic Vocational Eileen Toth Commercial Anna Marie Webb College Preparatory UF Lawrence M. Supcm Vocational Edward Kenneth Vidonic College Preparatory William Edward Wright Vocational EJUNIUH UFFICEHS TONY PASHKEVICH RALPH KERWOOD President Secretary DICK THURNES EUGENE VANI Vice-President Treasurer MISS GERTRUDE PEEL Adviser Aprea, Eleanor Arthur, Everett Ealgo, Genevieve Baranofsky, Pauline Baum, Paul Bohlmann, Richard Boreman, Nellie Burskey, Betty Cerra, Elvera Chielfalo, Anthony Conner, Lois lane Crow, lean Dean, Martha DiCarlo, Henry Dobias, Iohn Earnest, Doris lean Elschlager, Ruth Filben, Kenneth Forester, Margaret Gandy, Altman Garvey, James Gordon, Leonard Grover, lack Harbison, Ruth Hawkins, Eileen Haylhorn, Mildred Hicks, Ioyce Huggins, Paul Iawor, Ann Kaufman. lane Keller, Virginia Kinkes, Robert Klug, Helen Krupica, George Kubeck, Pauline Kutrovac, Mary Ann Labas, Anna Marie Loy, Iohn Lucy, Leona Marco, Helen ll IJUWN Marple, Iames Marteney, Augustine McGlumphy, George Moczek, Michael Moser, Louis Myers, Paul Elwood Myers, Raymond Niedermyer, Ruth Orndoff, Claire Marie Oser, Charles F. Pashkevich, Tony Pastorius, Ramona Pickett, Gene Porter, Edwin Rafferty, Paul Riedel, Robert Robbins, Dorothy Roberts, Dorothy Sadaly, Olga Schafer, Iean Schumaker, Clarence Shriver, Helen Skvarka, Theresa Steen, Donald Strganac, Iulia ' Thurnes, Dick Tkach, Joseph Toward, Paula Tribeit, Margaret Ann Trubiano, Hugo Tusina, Albert Tweedlie, Fred Vani, Eugene Vani, Reynold Vavrock, Bernard Walton, Irene Whipkey, Eugene Wilson, Thomas Wiseman, Dean Zimmerman, Robert ANDY MESTROVIC President DON WISEMAN Vice-President SUPHUIVIUHE UFFICEBS PAULINE IUDGE Secretary-Treasurer HARRY L. CRAIG Adviser SEEUND UUWN AND TWU TU BU FIRST ROW: Betty Lou Anderson, Norma Andreas, Eileen Armstrong, Milton Auth, losephine Banaski, George Bartolo- vic, Robert Bartsch, Charles Beecher, Virginia Bernas. SECOND ROW: Harry Beucke, Donald Buchanan, lean Burgess, Nellie Burke, Regina Burley, Iohn Canestraro, Ioan Cetkosky, Kenneth Chalk, Luella Chalk. THIRD ROW: Stanley Chincheck, Rosann Cianfarani, John Clark, Fayne Coen, Robert Coleman, Nila June Craig, john Csehi, Earl Cunningham, Helen Danielson. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Davis, Dolores Dawson, Angelo DeCrease, Iames Dellget, Gene Elliott, Ieanette Ellis, Willa Elschlager, David Pike, Rose Marie Finnegan. FIFTH ROW: Ierry Fisher, Nancy Fullerton, Ierry Furbee, Dolores Gach, Mary Ann Gallagher, Emil Gongola, Mabel Graham, Robert Graham, Robert Green. SIXTH ROW: Mitchell Gresak, Stella Grombka, William Guldan, Donald Haute, Dale Haythorn, Page Henderson, Theresa Hughes, Roy Hunt, Daniel Iohnson. SEVENTH ROW: Pauline Judge, Shirley Kerfoot, Ralph Kerwood, Iacquelin Kettlewell. SEUUNU UUWN AND TWU TU GU FIRST ROW: Ioseph Kibert, Brady Kinkes, Ann Kissel, Mary Ann Kleinedler, Virginia Klug, Margaret Kramer, Bernard Krizanek, Ella Mae Kuhens, Joanne Leeds. SECOND ROW: Willis Logston, Margaret Loudenslager, Gloria Lowers, Geraldine Lucas, Fred Marco, Albert Martin, Martin Mason, Anton Matesic, Margaret McCracken. THIRD ROW: Daryl McGinnis, Edward McGlurnphy, Frank Mele, Anton Mestro- vic, Maisie Metz, Deloris Moorehouse, Esther Morris, Kermit Nicoles, Alice Niebergall. FOURTH ROW: Sue Ann Peters, Iames Provenzano, Tressa Ralbusky, Sarah Redford, Nick Renzella, Lois lean Riedel, Blanche Sadaly, Robert Shimek, Dorothy Shuttlesworth. FIFTH ROW: Margaret Skvarka, William Skvarka, Danny Slie, Iohn Sneigle. Ieanette Solomone, Margaret Sovich, Hershal Stanley, Albert Stenda, Donald Stewart. SIXTH ROW: Mary Stewart, Harry Storm, Mary lean Straghn, Dorothy Supan, Margaret Svrcek, Matthew Szymialis, Alvin Teagarden, Robert Wagenhoffer, Kathryn Webb. SEVENTH ROW: Thomas Vifelch, Glen Wells, Nancy Wilson, Don Wiseman. Y FRESHMAN UFFIEEHS CHARLES CONNERS EDDIE IAMES President Vice-President ROSE MARY KRUPICA ROBERT PASTORTUS Secretary-Treasurer Adviser, UNE DUWN END THREE TU EU FIRST ROW: Nora Baranofsky, Carl Baum, Lois Bohlmann, Mildred Bom, Shirley Bowen, Margaret Bozicevich, Charles Brandon, Edward Burley, Doris Burskey. SECOND ROW: Andy Brunner, Robert Carpenter, Phyllis Chieffalo, Ioan Chison, Paul Cisar, Charles Conners, Henry Crebs, Dale Crowe, Charles Cunningham. THIRD ROW: William Deegan, Nello DiCocco, Vincent Dolinar, Ruth Ellison, Henry Fabrizio, Mike Fallova, Lawrence Ferrie, Gertrude Finnegan, Betty Frank. FOURTH ROW: Betty Goff, Delores Gongola, Alice Gordon, Nora Alice Gordon, Iames Hamm, Peggy Hawkins, Margie Healy, Rose I-Iegedus, William Hicks. FIFTH ROW: lean Hill, Eileen Hossman, lack Hossman, William Hughes, Donald Ingersoll, Eileen Iablonski, Edward Iames, Patricia Iames, Mary Io Iohns. SIXTH ROW: Nancy Keene, Kathleen Keller, Dolores Kelley, Prank Kenderes, Kathryn Kerwood, Joseph Kitchen, Mary Kolich, Vincent Kowalesky, Florence Stem. SEVENTH ROW: Rose Mary Krupica, Elizabeth Kubeck, Mary Kurelac, Mary Margaret Liqhtner. UNE DUWN AND THREE TU EU FIRST ROW: Norman Logston, Arthur Loy, Gary Marchione, Donald Marple, Nancy Marple, Eva Martino, Nettie Martino, Page Mathys, Howard McCann. SECOND ROW: Ioan McCardle, Alonio McClellan, Eugene McCormick, Frances McGlumphy, Richard McPeek, Dorothy Modlinski, Jerry Moncman, Garnet Morris, Marcella Morris. THIRD ROW: Dolores Myers, Robert Myers, Sandra Nathaniel, William Okel, Ruth Olson, Betty Orndoff, Betty Palusek, Betty Pastorius, Ioseph Pavelka. FOURTH ROVV: Mary Lou Phipps, William Pickett, Nancy Lee Rial, William Rider, Io Ann Ritter, Kathleen Robbins, Katherine Roberts, Eugene Rusinko, Nancy Lou Saftle. FIFTH ROW: Robert Saliqo, lack Schrumpl, Edwin Shepard, William Shilts, Charles Siburt, Charles Sine, Iohn Skvarka, June Slonaker, lack Smith. SIXTH ROW? Robert Smith, Patricia Specht, Florence Stem, Betty Stewart, Juanita Teagarden, Helen Thompson, Elmer Trubiano, Geraldine Ullum, Walter Varreqo. SEVENTH ROW: Delores Vidonic, George Visnic, lune Lee Wagen- hoifer, Thomas Williams. ' Machinists in the Making Lathe Operators Work Diliqently 36 'I Mr. Pastorius Inspecis Georqefs Work VW: ' e ,gifmofenfd gflfbg ufriej FIRST ROW, left to right: George Lewis, Iames Chaburka, Tony Pashkevich, William Rider, Iohn Clark, Reynold Vani. SECOND ROW: Edward Vidonic, Charles Conner. THIRD ROW: George Logston, Principal Chas. S. Wiseman, Nancy Marple, Ienny Balgo, Helen Gaynor, Dolores Iochum. Garnet Morris, Roseann Cianfarani, Helen Thompson, Andy Mestrovic, Mike Moczek. ltli f 1 ,ff , Congress, Union High style . . . "The tumult and the shouting dies" - Logston is elected . . . y Meetings with the Principal . . , Keepers of the Trophy Case . . "Dr, l. Q." The President's Cabinet Meets on the Stairs The Assembly Committee Assembles 'yt 1 4 i 1 l l t Hi-Y Men Endure Initiation Thanksgiving Assembly . . . State, National, World-Wide Recognition . . . Cabaret Dances . . . Courtesy Week . . . Lenten Devotionals . . . Father-Son Banquet. Ping-pong Tourney Gets Under Way FIRST ROW, left to right: Dean Wiseman, George Logston, Larry Supan. SECOND ROW: Edward Vidonic, Iames McBride, Ioe Tkach, Bob Wagenhofter, Bill Wright, Frank Bilka. THIRD ROW: Bemard Vavrock, lames Dellget, Leonard Subasic, Altman Gandy, Bernard Krizanek, Dale Haythorn, Glen Wells, loe Kibert, George McGlumphy, Nick Conti, William Skvarka, Iohn Storm. FOURTH ROW: Hugh Wayne Prettyman, Robert Green, Iohn Iohnson, Ioe Hossman, Vic Carpenter, Milton Auth, Edwin Porter, Mike Laika, George Lewis, Donald Haute, Don Wiseman, Harold Stern, Everett Arthur, Harry Beucke, Robert Zimmerman, Mike Moczek, Iohn Loy, Thomas Quigley, FIFTH ROW: Keith Ross, Andy Mestrovic, Charles Dietz, Donald Steen, Cyril Moncman, Robert Riedel, Paul Baum, Edward Sogan, Paul Huggins, Richard Bohlmann, Kenneth Castilow, Charles S. Wiseman. Mrs. Mary A. Fahrion, Robert H. Porter, Robert Pastorius, Donald Logston, Eugene Pickett, loe Banaski, lame-s Chaburka, Elwood S'ewart, lack Grover. GIRL FIRST ROW, left to right: Eva Martino, Ruth Ellison, Ruth Olson, Patty larnes, Margaret Svrcek, Nellie Mae Burke, Helen Thompson, Deloris Moorehouse, Ienny Fallova, Eileen Hossman, Florence Stern, luanita Teagar- den, Nora Alice Gordon, Nancy Marple, Mildred Bom. SECOND ROW: Nancy Fuller- ton, Fayne Coen, Marianna Fazzaro, Kath- leen Robbins, Iosephine Banaski, Stella Grombka. Dolores Gach, Mary Ann Gal- lagher, Margaret Bozicevich, Lois Bohlmann, Dolores Gongola, Iune Wagenhoffer, Mary Ann Kutrovac, Pauline Iudge, Roseann W""'f-'lx Cianlarani, Virginia Klug. THIRD ROW: Nancy Wilson, Dolores Myers, Patricia Specht, Mabel Graham, Eileen Armstrong, Dolores Vidonic, Margaret Forester, Ioan Cetkosky, Pauline Kubeck, Ann Iawar, Betty Kubeck, Mary Margaret Lightner, Ioanne Leeds, Nila Craig. FOURTH ROW: Lois lean Riedel, Kathryn Kerwood, Mary Io lohns, Shirley Bowen, Nancy Rial. Margie Healy, Margaret Skvarka, Helen Danielson, Sue Ann Peters, Marcella Morris, loanne Kronenberger, Mary Stewart, Kathleen Keller, Geraldine Ullum, Regina Burley. Ohio Valley Basketball Champs . . . Book Reviews . . . St. Patrick s Day Dance . . . Semi-Monthly Meetings . . . Christmas Assembly . Bake Sales. RESERVES Mother-Daughter Tea . . . Candlelight Services . . . Chickens . . Play Days . . . Rurnrnaqe Sales . . . Four Sponsors . . . Make-up Demonstrations. FIRST ROW, leit toriqht: Flora Belle Rider, Emma Bickerton, Betty Pastorius, Ramona Pastorius, Nancy Keene, Mary Lou Phipps, Iulia Strqanac, Eileen Iablonski, lean Hill, Ioan McCard1e, Eleanor Aprea, Nettie Martino, Io Anna Ritter, Betty Palusek, Betty Stewart, Frances McGlurnphy, Betty Frank, Claire Omdoii. Virginia Bemas. SECOND ROW: Shirley Kerioot, Patricia O'Connell, Phyllis Harrington, lane Kaufman, Ruth Harbison, Betty Burskey, Patricia Inman, Alice Gordon, Doris Burskey, Nancy Saftle, Virginia Keller, Mildred Haythorn, Ioyce Hicks, Ienny Balqo, Helen Shriver, lean Schafer, THIRD ROW: Peggy Hawkins, 1 Mary Siqler, Frances Balgo, Rosemary McGee, Dolores Iochum, Mary Kurelac. Dolores Kelley, Ella Mae Kuhens, Kathryn Webb, Eileen Hawkins, Anna Marie Webb, Alice Nieberqall, Garnet Morris, Marqaret Ann Tribett, Daryl McGinnis, Betty Lou Anderson, Rosemary Krupica, Pearl Iudqe, Paula Toward. FOURTH ROW: Alfredda Nadolski, Ruth Furbee, Dorothy Garner, Byrel Gatewood, Ieanette Ellis, Blanche Sadaly, Dorothy Shuttlesworth, Harriet Riedel, Lois Iane Conner, Eileen Toth, Irene Walton, Peqqy Garvey, Dorothy Ratclifte, Dorothy Siburt, Helen Klug, Nellie Boreman, Elvera Cerra. 7 in " i i LU 2. We ii I E-, Nancy Wilson Margaret Ann Tribett Eileen Hawkins lane Kaufman Alice Niebergall le-nny Balgo Dorothy Siburt PeQ'QY Garvey Anna Marie Webb Ruth Furbee Pauline Iudge Mary Ann Gallagher The Cabinet Meets in Special Session T-1"'? V1 lf-ff Wi' 'lvl 'fri :vii lk" j 5' vu u ' ll' Q, U 4 lr wi. "X j..' if I ip' A 5 j . fn. ll ,xy il ll -.... ' W6 .Z. -1 AL, ,Jr ,.. Miss Beryl Goodwin Miss Virginia Masters Mrs. Leila Tipton Miss Margaret Ann Lane "" ' ,,.,-v....,.. 4 J- IN ,. ,gi , , ff f K VIH il 1 rj 4, 1 f X. 1 -w x A, . . 'Q I r - ' , , 1 1' ff f X1 f-ff. tw lf K f ' f M 0 if -' 05 1 ifi -xt,,,fa,'t 1,1 i i t 4.1 v L"Lf.f s' rzfififo- u' ' 4 f Suckers Fish at P.-T. A. Carnival Red and White Taqs . . . Head- lines and Deadlines . . . Station- ery . . . "First-Honors" in State and National Newspaper Con- tests . . . "Goodniqht and SO." Each Omament Was a Paper for Someone Over There 1944-1945 SPOTLIGHT STAFF FRONT ROW, left to right: Nick Conti, Ioyce Hicks, Ruth Furbee, Augustine Marteney, Julia Strqa- nac, Dean Wiseman. SECOND ROW: George Lewis, Lois Bohlmann, Helen Gaynor, Robert H. Porter, Genevieve Balqo, Olga Sadaly. STANDING: Dean Wiseman, Alfredda Naclolski, Daryl McGinnis, Patty Inman, lane Kaufman. SITTING: Doroihy Garner, Miss Harlwiq, Pat O'Connell, Claire Orndoif, Norma I-lazlett. ,sv N- 1, 'ii in J I ' l , I - I 1 ' Birds in a Gilded Cage . . . Monday Morning Rushes . . . Fine Slips . . . Efficient Workers. V A -.,- ,s .J ., Book Finders and Finers . . . Miss I-lartWiq's Little Helpers . . . Colorful Bulle- tin Board Exhibits. STANDING: lane Kaufman, Claire Orndofi, Pat O'Conne1l, Norma I-lazlett, Paily Inman, Doroihy Garner, Daryl McGinnis. SITTING: Alfredcla Nadolslci, Miss Hartwiq, Dean Wiseman. Blind Dates . . . Sweaters instead of Iackets . . . Litebuoy to the Teachers Ioint Meetings with Hi-Y. Intra-Club Competition ls Keen Feminine Brawn Trusters . . . Pittsburgh Ice Capades . . Chicken Dinner . . . "C" Standard . . . Quarter Fines. G. A. ll. FRONT ROW, left to right: Maisie Metz, Lois lean Riedel, Blanche Sadaly, Pauline Kubeck, Regina Burley, Pauline Iudqe, Mrs. Freeland, Alice Nieber- qall, Kathryn Webb, Iulia Strqanac, Ioyce I-licks, Iean Sturm, Theresa Hughes, Dorothy Shuttlesworth. BACK ROW: Olqa Sadaly, Ienny Balqo, Ann Mahov- lic, Delores Iochum, Iane Kaufman, Eileen Toth, Margaret Ann Tribett, Ruth Furbee, Norma Hazlett, Lois lane Conner, Harriet Riedel, Ann Iawar, Nancy Wilson, Anna Marie Webb, Eileen Hawkins. Patricia Inman, Dorothy Shuttlesworth, Daryl McGinnis, Dolores Myers, Deloris Moorehouse, Be Anderson, Blanche Sadaly, Dorothy Gamer. CHEERLEADERS Eight Peppy Gals . . . Blue Skirts and Sweaters . . . Orange "U's" . . . Rhythmic Motions . . . New Yells . . . Devoted Follow- ers of the lronmen . .' . Pep Meetings . . . Thuses . . . Laryngitis. FRONT ROW, left to right: Anna Marie X1Vebb, Ioyce Hicks, Ruth Furbee, Augustine Marteney. julia Strganac, Patricia O'Conne1l. , SECOND ROW: Helen Gaynor, Norma Hazlett, Harriet Riedel, Grace Raymond, Genevieve Balqo, Olga Sadaly. '-' ' THIRD ROW: Dorothy Ratcliffe, Edward Vidonic, Nick Conti, George Lewis, Harold Stern, Dean Wiseman, Peqqy Garvey. . STANDING: Eldron Suter, Robert H. Porter. t THE 1945 MESSENGER STAFF Picture Takers . . . Staff Meetings . . . Dummies . . . installments . . . Fifty-cent Reminders . . . Headaches . . . Memories . . . Head- aches . . . Write . . . Rewrite . . . Write Again. Miss Scarnecchia Buys A Yearbook Editor Furbee Meets the Staff F aforeffed -I Ienny Balqo Margaret Ann Tribeit Helen Shriver Flora Belle Rider 48 Pearl Iudqe Drum Major Phyllis Harrington Pauline Iudqe UNIUN HlGH'S BAND Scales . . . Parades . . . Concerts . . . Christmas Party in Ianuary . . . Forty-seven Tooters . Orange and Blue Uniforms . . . Band Clinic -. . . Boogie Woogie. . . Semi-Classics . . . Classics. Bb Clarinets Anna Marie Webb Mary Ann Gallagher lack Schrurnpf Paula Toward Henry Crebs Edwin Shepard Ruth Ellison Virginia Keller Flora Belle Rider Phyllis Harrington Ieanette Ellis Eb Alto Saxophones Dean Wiseman Nila Iune Craig Everett Arthur Robert Myers Bb Tenor Saxophone William Rider Eb Baritone Saxophone Kathryn Ellen Webb Bb Comets and Trumpets Iames Chaburka Iohn Canestrara Olga Sadaly Mildred Haythorn Ernest Iames Pauline Iudge Harry Brubaker Patricia Specht Pearl Iudge Frank Mele French Homs Eileen Hawkins Ioseph Pavelka Eileen Willis Bb Baritone Margaret Ann Tribett Bb Trombones Regina Burley Emma Bickerton Robert Coleman Payne Coen William Shilts Genevieve Balgo Edward Burley Eb Sousaphone Robert Bartlett BBb Sousaphone Richard Bohlmann Snare Drums ' Helen Shriver Sandra Nathaniel Bass Drum Nancy Fullerton Cymbals D Alfredda Nadolski Glockenspiel--Bells Nick Conti Tympani Helen Shriver I HEAR MUSIC Smoothing over the "sour notes" through extra practice sessions is one of the many methods used by Miss Sarah A. Miner in her attempts to make the band the best ever. That her Work is not in vain is evidenced by the results shown by her proteqes. I- f f , 3 xgioorlk Qgeue lflw ji! O! flw lay- 51 W. A 1 ' 1' W' L . I 'V is va ..: ,NAJ - ----if -Y - - --fy , - - ,,:- 1- - -G...-.......,, Q-L-2,7-, - Ironmen Sweat It Out Team Mates Fight It Out 15. 11 F 1 w, J +, ga rf XY, mix yx 'Q 'I A we , F ,Q M .5 ,NE 5 new Lu :la ,QL4 4 M1 fi , . , ,, ,Q 1:1-Qgksvigl-.,,f,L.,3,.---1: :.,:.,,y S fafkyg, -XZUK .EA W. Y - ...,...-l ...Ji ..- ,L -7- .,. .- L. -.L ,Y,.....-.-,fy W f' '--xx pl f . ,, .Al- ? ll I L N1 54 5? A JLJZ e's.e, -- - - . -.,- -. V T' ' 'af y 1,1 it grit i fi iff it l il fi at 1 it T i si ttf 2 t ' 1 if si 1. LQ if .i. Ls TC if 't if 1, 1, tri 1944 GRID RECORD SHOWS 3 thus Sept. 15, Union 23, Union 30, Union Oct. 6, Union 14, Union 20, Union 28, Union Nov. 4, Union 11, Union 18, Union 7 Losses Martins Ferry. . . 13 Central ........ 7 Bellaire ....... 25 Moundsville . . .32 New Martinsville 0 Wheeling ...... 14 Shadyside ..... D Warwood ...... 40 Moundsville . . . 14 St, Iohns .... . . O FIRST ROW, left to right: Gene Pickett, Ralph Kerwood, Victor Carpenter, lohn Iohnson,.Wido Curitti, Mike Moczek, George Logston, Larry Supan, Fred Tweedlie, Ugo Trubiano, Pete Haier, Ierry Furbee. SECOND ROW: Ioseph Slcvarka, Dick Thurnes, Martin Mason, Dean Wiseman, Elmer Logston, Bob Green, Eugene Whipkey, Ioe Hossman, Albert Stencla, Keith Ross, Paul Huggins, Iohn Loy, Emil Gongola, George Lewis, Coach Harry Craig. THIRD ROVV: Elmer Trubiano, Henry Crebs, Don Wiseman, Tony Provenzano, Bill Wright, Donald Steen, Altman Gandy, Thomas Welch, Glen Wells. Martin Mason, Dean Wiseman, Elmer Logston, Coach Harry Craig, Bob Green, Eugene Whipkey, Don Wiseman, Albert Stencla, Paul Huggins. Tony Provenzano, Jerry Furbee, Elmer Trubiano, Emil Gongola, Henry Crebs, Thomas Welch, John Loy, Glen Wells, Altman Gandy, Bill Wright, Donald Steen, Keith Ross, George Lewis, Eugene Pickett. ,' it l i F it l ilklil itll llimlfllllmyllltlmJl1Lfl.i.i..tlll ll W .lleti 4 il ii.llill.1 to lj - l Bench warmers today! Football heroes tomorrow! Maybe! While eleven of their team mates were on the field of conquest, the "Bench Warmers," excited over the game, just sat, and as their name implied, kept the benches Warm. 0 - ,uveisw Y-.Q L LINE: Ralph Kerwood, R155 Vic Carpenter, RTg Iohn Iohnson, P-Gp Fred Tweedlie, LG: Bob Hossman, Cy Hugo Trubiano, LT: Pete Haier, LE. BACKFIELD: Mike Moczek, RHg Wido Curitii, FB: George Loqston, OB: Larry Supan, LH. ll 77 TEAM Eleven young American boys indulge in their favorite sport-football. All are ready and eager to iight the game to the finish. Win or lose, they remain good sports. 56 7,, ,W , Stanolinq by, ready for action, in case Coach Craig feels the necessity of replacements is the "B" team. Maybe not so good as the first string, this "Eleven," nevertheless, is just as enthusiastic. l " " TEAM LINE: John Loy, RE: Donald Loqston, RT: Bob Green, RG: Keith Ross, LGg Martin Mason, Cy Bill Wright. LT: Dean Wiseman, LE. BACKFIELD: Elmer Trubicmo, RH: Eugene Whipkey, FBg Don Wiseman, QB: Albert Stenda, LH. ' - 57 SENIOR Keith Ross Left Guard Two-Year Letterman Lawrence Supcm Lett Haltback Two-Year Letterman Iohn Iohnson A Right Guard One-Year Letterman George Loqston Quarterback TWO-Year Lette: Wido Curitti Fullback Two-Year Letterman Robert Hossman Center Two-Year Letterman r Haier End L-Year Letterman Tony Provenzazno Left Halfback Bill Wright Tackle One-Year Letterman George W. Lewis Manaqer LETTEBIVIEN 59 LOOKING BACKWARD 9 Wins - 12 Losses 72 ........ Dec 27 ........ Ian. 32 ........ Ian. 40 ........ lan. 28 ........ Ian. 33 ........ Ian. 37 ........ lan. 30 ........ Ian. 28 ........ lan. 30 ........ Ian. 45 ........ Ian. 37 ........ Ian. 30 ........ Feb 32 ........ Feb 26 ........ Feb. 44. I ......, Feb 30- 2 5 6 9 l2 Sherrard .......... -Warwood ......... -Follansbee ........ -St. Iohns .......... -Moundsville ....... -Steub. Cen. ....... . 13-Magnolia . . . 16 l9 23 26 30 Wheeling ......... -West Liberty, ...... -Sistersville ........ -Warwood ......... -Moundsville ....... 2-Wheeling . . . 6-Bellaire ........... 9-Martins Ferry ...... l5- 75 ........ Feb. 20 39 ........ Feb .23 Shadyside ........ Cameron .......... Central Catholic .... 71 .....,.. Mar. 2-Williamstown ..... Sectional Tournament 49 ........ Mar. 8-Sherrard .... .... 30 ........ Mar. 9-Wheeling . . . . . . . BASKETBALL SQUAD FIRST ROW, left to right: Iohn Dobias, Don Wiseman, Dick Thurnes, Andy Mestrovic, Robert Riedel, Lawrence Su' pan, Altman Gandy. SECOND ROW: Eugene Vani, George Visnic, Donald Haute, Max Szymialis, Iames Gre- sak, George Stewart, Henry Crebs, Paul Cisar, Coach Harry Craig. Let's Go, Boys Cores of the Day Are Forgotten os Boys and Girls Relax , I V iw -iw T11 T T if fi U '1 ff 1 W " rx 6- -,wx nz ,, V -L .. AL .V Q Wf Ig , if ,p IU QEL, J, B L 1-EF M N i H 14 EJ .J H1 1,5 sl aj Scene of Ironman Conquests VARSITY BASKETBALL Forward Robert Riedel Guard One-Year Letterman Iohn Dobicrs Guard Lawrence Supcxn Guard One-Year Letterman Altman Gclndy Forward One-Year Letterman Dick Thurnes Forward Gne-Year Letterman Icrmes Gresuk Center Une-Year Letterman George Visnic Forward Andy Mestrovic Center Don Wiseman Guard I1 Elm mffyvwgz jim me UNION'S LEADING MAN 4 fQ ,- ,, , ,. , . L., I-I ' I I. . 7 Qjxw V, .5 UNION' S LEADING LADY Q"'7V fr 4 My fy 1" f f f gl I KY .!m 1if'a,iA4f? f' J 9' iff -U... ...-...1.- ,...,..-.....--QR, --.,.-n- l ,W ... -,....,.. N ....-,. .,,, , 'Q 9 . Y ,, ! . wg, , ur 'Sak Ay EE S Q as 5, . i. I , n Q bfi N, x fy ,QQ . W, x 'f 1 if pit? . ,gg- gx . , 1 Q 4 1 QE fi , V S ii 'EM l 399 Y 'P iw Q K 1 Q 3- Ys 'BSA N V K FRONT ROW: Dean Wiseman, Helen Shriver, Paula Toward, Margaret Ann Tribett, Ienny Balgo, Robert Riedel, Miss Gertrude Peel. SECOND ROW: Pauline Kubeck, lane Kaufman, Iames Marple, Ruth Harbison, Everett Arthur, Eileen Hawkins, Augustine Marteney. l 1 Under the direction of Miss Gertrude Peel, class sponsor, the Iuniors staged Frances Homer's three-act comedy, A Prince To Order. The play was presented in the Center Mclviechen auditorium Friday evening, December 8, 1944. Besides rehearsing regularly, the cast had many "behind-the-scene" experiences that made daily practices anything but a drudgery. Setting the Stage After4School Rehearsals FIRST ROW, left to right: Regina Burley, Dick Thurnes, Robert Pastorius, Iohn Dobias, Fred Oser, Henry DiCarlo, Gloria Lowers, Nancy Fullerton, George Logston, Flora Belle Rider, Elwood Stewart, Mike Moczek, Iohn Johnson, Beatrice Hart Dixon, Ralph Kerwood, Eileen Hawkins. SECOND ROW: Louis Moser, Anthony Chietfalo, Altman G-andy, Dolores Gongola, Iune Wagenhofter, Paul Rafferty, Pete Hater, Dolores Vidonic, Edward Vidonic, Ioe Banaski, Richard Bohlmann, George Lewis, Reynold Vani. THIRD ROW: Iohn Burgess, Iohn Storm, Frank Bilka, Albert Graham, Roy Hunt, Tony Provenzano, Arden Smiley, Victor Carpenter, Donald Logston, Adolph Rubcich, Dean Wiseman, Tom Quigley, Leonard Subasic, Bob Kinkes, George McGlumphy, Tony Pashkevich. FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Castilow, Iames Garvey, George Krupica, Leonard Gordon, Clarence Schumaker, Eugene Vani, Larry Supan, Iames Gresak, Iohn Mcxtrunick, Charles Dietz, Paul Baum, Iames McBride, Ioe Tkach, Bob l-lossman, Everett Arthur, Iames Marple. . M- A it . ' ui WV 1 it id? ' ' l i W, ' On the melodious tune of "Hello," the curtains Dobias,Oser, Iohnson, Stewart, DiCarlo, Moczeke parted on the third annual Iunior-Senior Shop took their audiences back to "de land ob cotton." Minstrel. Against a background of purple and The show was presented in the Center McMechen white, eight blackfaces V- Kerwoocl, Thurnes, School auditorium, April 5 and 6. Blackiaces-Sans Color HHS Of the Show Robert Pastorius, Director Beatrice Hart Dixon, Pianist 6? FRONT ROW: George Bartsch, Frances Balqo, Harriet Riedel, Deloris Iochum. Anna Marie Webb Harold Stem. SECOND ROW: Hugh Wayne Prettyman, Eileen Toth, Ruth Furbee, Peqqy Garvey Edward Vidonic. NATIUNAL HUNUH SUEIETY Union's Elite . . . Character . . . Dependability . . . Academic Attainments . . . Pins and Keys . . . Investiture . . . Ur1ion's Best. A w ,,- , , X I , --1-fgjfferlfidelw ,7!zeir xgfaloloorlf MORRISON'S DRUG STORE "The Rexall Store" it . Phone: Bwd. 134 Mcltflechen L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Attleboro Massachusetts Class Rings and Pins Commencement Invitations Diplomas-Personal Cards Represented by: C. I. RICHARDSON P. O. Box 195 Sistersville, W. Va. t MCMECHEN ELECTRIC CO. 'si' -Zz 610 Marshall Street Phone: Bwd. 272 Young men and Women desiring to train for the better positions in business and in Government, service are cordially invited to visit the Elliott School: see the type of students We have en-t rolled, meet our teachers, and inspect our school- rooms and equipment, THE ELLIOTT SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Sixth Floor Hawley Building 1 V Founded 1900 ' Tune in over W. W. V. A. Time, 7 P. M. and listen to U TELEPHONE QUIZ PROGRAM wir 15 minutes of time-Worthwhile! ROY FILBEN 1 51l Marshall St. it . Phone: Bwcl. 9380 McMechen Best Wishes for Success, Happiness, and Prosperity to the Class of '45, , 72? I NEW MIDWAY THEATRE Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Class of '45 from THE HUB PORTRAIT STUDIO "The Studio that leads the Way in Portraits of Exquisite Beauty" 'rs EEHUB WHEELING. W. VAR ANDERSON'S GROCERY Groceries. Meats. and Produce 706 Marshall Street wir McMechen, W. Va. GEO. E. ,STIFEL CO. Sir "Wheeling's Friendly Store" A Expert Watch and lewelry Repairing BEAUTY McGRA1L's Iewelers EXTRAVAGANCE "MoGrail's will trust you and tk you can trust McGrail's" MARTHA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE McLure Hotel Bldg. Wheeling, W. Va. 1212 Market St. Phone: Whg. 4898 GEO. R. TAYLOR COMPANY CONGRATULATIONS1 aff Wheeling's One Store of Its Kind POSINIS IEWELERS For Women and NHSSQS 1306 Market street WHEELING G R I E S T Cut Rate Drug Stores C t 1 tv ongra u a ions Original Cut Rate Since 1898 1125 Market St. 1408 Market St. W1-IEELING Other Stores: Moundsville and Wellsburg, W. Va. 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