Union High School - Messenger Yearbook (Benwood, WV)

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Y 1 Q MESSENGER 1 9 4 8 , IS' m Ax 1'rcx0nff'1l Hy '.l'III'I SENIOR CLASS I'N10N Hum Svuoor, B6llXV00d, W. Val. Volume Twenty-nine 1948 FGREWCDRD lu this Mossviigei' of uiuetemi forty-Qigllt we have llIHlK'I'i?lli9l1 thc- task of recording the Qvouts of our high school lilo. with the llope that iu future years it will holla rolgimllo thx- lll0lll0I'lGS'0lf those glorious ilzlys spout at lluiou. wlivu our l1CHI'iS were young auicl free. TABLE OF CONTENTS Ami lNIS'l'RA'l'l1 DN FAl'llli'l'Y cmxssitzs sm mrs if E'A '1' I 'H E S A ovEii'1'1smiEN'rs THE MESSENGER STAFF Publishiiig: and vmlitingr ai yvnrhoolc is Imrml work ri-qlniriiig I-uri-l'uI proof'- wzuliiig and copy writing. This work is only tho btwfillllillgfl llilIli0gIl'?lllily. "1l0adliiivs" to bv met, ami "cli1lmnivs" lo bv pn-pzi1'0il, all mlcl up to onv big lwzulauliv :mil om- big' job! The BIl'SSi'llg1'I'l' stuii' of ill-I8 fouml El lm'g'v nniount of tm-:ini work was l'i'Illlil'l'Ii to lll'0Iilll1I' il good book. The rc-suits you Uilll sm- for yoursl-li'. as the Stilii' prouclly prosonfs for your 2lllIll'UVili, Tim ixiI'SS0lIg'l'l' ol' lil-IS. C0-EDITORS Rosemary Krupica Nancy Marple ENGRAVING BUSLTESS MQNAGER PRINTING Juanita Tegarden orence em Joan McCardIe Pat Specht Joe Pavelka ,li-ii-1 I ART Nancy Rial Joan Kronenberger I SPORTS N Betty Frank Henry Crebs Peggy Hawkins - FEATURE Eileen Hossman Betty Stewart ADVERTISING PHOTOGRAPHY Nancy Keene Betty Stewart Nanci' Saffle Kathleen Robbins Assistants I Betty Palusek Betty Orndoff Gerry Ullum Joann Ritter Garnet Morris Nellie Swartz Frances McGlumphy Gloria DeCrease -1 copv , puyv Ihrrc' INTRODUCING CASTIBON Joe GAG! xx fx! f iii? X e f i XX ii ' 2 XX ta X N ax Q X I , ef Z S Q !'T 5 is ii 'F- E L- 1 In N 1 1 - W g- S S ix S 5- .f' 4' 5 .L , 5 Q g - 2 a Q f I I i g - +. 5. -Q - Q lg . i 1 1 -' , Y' X .- iili The Ironman, symbol of Union High School, whofhas accompanied our Senior Class through its four years at Union High, will now escort you through the Messenger of "48." page four fYlltNl'll In Qlllllt' llNIIll'0llQ1'll llllI'lll11ll Nl hmm! mlznys, liolwrt l,IlSI0l'illS,1lS2l4lYiS .nml VUIIIIHIIIIUII. has 1lmw his ,yuh will Ill!1'I.Y. ll is lu him Ihzlt we-, 1IwSn-him ass nl' '-IH, 1hwlh-:nv our .X'1'2ll'lNHbh. ADMINISTRATION S'l'.KNlilNUZ lb. IP. AIt'1'1ll'tIIP. Arthur xI47llt,!UllIl'l'y, lb. XV. Morris V, M. Drown, J. J. lf'1she1'. I'. A. l'IlIlll0l'. 5l'I"l'lNt1! KPIIIIHIII llanrlrison. Louis Ii. Potts. Louis li. Potts .,... ....... S llpe-1-ilttmulellt ot' Schools Paul A. Pullm-1' ....... ...... . Assistant Superintendent of Schools Joseph -I. Fislwr' ..... ....... S upervisor of Rural Svhools Ke-uueth Harbison ....... ..... I 'resident of the Board jlllyf' si.r In this Alt'SS1'll"'1'l' wc-. ilu' vlznss nl' 15945, x 2- vxpre-ss our 2Illlll'1'l'i2l1i0ll :xml g'l':11itl14l4' to um . . . , , , . fllvllililllll 1n'n1v1p:1l,,NIr.l lmrlvs tw. XX :sm-nmu llv has SIIUXVII gIl't'2lf llI1t'l'l'S1 :mul lms In-mx nl gn-at EISSISTZIIIUU ln lllillillljl' our lllglll svlmu' t4lI't'4'l' an Sll1'l't'SSilll :xml lmppv mu-. Prim-ipul 1'n.xm.l-Qs S, XVISICXIAN, ILS., ALA, H1110 htxllv I IIIVUVSIIQ' p Il fl 1- N 1' 1' r n H--W ag . , bi. Mus. J, O. Mvliiilm-: " . . . Her price is far above rubivs . . . sho worketli willingly with hor hands . . ." is an excellent clvscription of the Q'I'2lCl0llS lady wlimu we of Vniou High School clopeml upon and admire. puyz' vight 'I u . 1 if Q 2 ' 0 , ,fl if s . Q X I X f fy' x - 1 ' J 1 6 FACULTY FACULTY MII. I,Hl'lS llliilllil. MHS. MARY A. IKXIIIHON MII. ICLIIIIUN Sl"l'l-Ill MR. Illrilnfl. -NNN! xlI'Qlll1Zl lill- v411'si!y uf 'l'v1-llnulogy, M:ll'sl1:lll 1 'ullv-'11 , . Nuhjw-lx: Slmp Si'i6llL't', Shop Ninth. Shup llrzuwing. Shop 'l'l11-my. Blues. FAIIRIUNYNVPSI Virginia XVUSIUXRIII. Vnive-1'sity of Vin- Uillllilli. 1 Miss 1'IlI.l.I4IYffxv9Sf l,il1e1l'Iy. I'11i vrsity ut' S. l':llifn1'ni:l. l,iln'1lri1lu. Miss l'l'll'Il.7Bllll'Sil2lll Vullegv. Nulnjw-I: Allli-'l'iCilll llistury .wfiuifffxz I-:valign 12. mnin 11 MISS MARY ""NNlm MISS 1'11X U1111'li11: Hl'H'll- Vlll :md lg' vswsity of l'ittsl1u1'gl1. Iss t'oNNl1:R-If-:lip-mmlt West. Nuhjwrx: Shurnmml H and 12 , I 1 . . . . . WWI I'il'H"y' lvllivwsity of Hoolilceopilig, t'um1nv1'a-i:1l Lam MR' NW'-R' I 1111'-'N11' "f Vins' l'itIslml':ll1. 1'UllSlllll9I'S lim-mmlniw. Rus 'Hugh' Nul1jw'f.w: 11iliZPllNlliIP. Vruhs, nvss Math. Nulfjw-I: lmhlstrhll Arts. 1 Q ,'-.. , zlikltf 1 , " 1'1 1 Miss M.x1u:.x1:l1:'1' l'UI,I.lCY Miss G1m'1'I:l'lv1f: I'l11l-Il, Miss .usxlcs 111 rx ll ll fl P 1 1' n FACULTY if ,uv XIII. ,Xll'l'Ill'll .IUNICN MHS. l.l'flI..X 'l'll"l'UX MINS IHCIIYI. HHHIHYIN Mn. JUN!-is Wvst Virginia We-s l"5':"'- Mn, 1 lexus f AIJIINIIIIH, xx'Q'Nt I lb Nnhjrrl.w: Nuys' l'l1ysi1-:ll l':4llll'1I- lion. l'u:l1'l1. Mics, 'l'll"mN -- Rowling HI'i't'lI, l+':lil'mmlt. Wa-sl Virginian I'ni- V1-l'sily. Nulrjrw-l.w: f'h0llliS1l'X. Algq-Iwzn. Physics. 'l'l'ig4nmlm-ll'y. A Miss lioomvin-Ilnlav I'1nivvl'xil5'. l'itIslnurgl1, 1':ll'm'xie- 'l'vvll. ' 1 . .wwf-f.v1 lcnglisll 11, Mum-. N"'.1""'N2 WUI' U :HMI U Nlmhjfw-lx: W4-hling. lbrivilng, NNI!-f"1'fNI lliulugy, H4-Il, S1-im IU lHl'IIi'l' I'.XS'l'0lU VS xl 4' ' w-,- V'-2' 1 I xv.-Sn l,im-1-ny. I'nn'.-1-my ol nn. lam-murs-Am-slmll, xxx-sn il'f'm 'N' """" "' X lr-'min Tvcll. , "l'S N njrrl: llmm- I-If-ullfuxlniw. MII, Il.KHltY1'llAlf: Ml av X . 1 - ,MT it A - 'gvfls .F ug ,. SS XI.XIUl.XIU'f'l' LANE MHS. IQUNX VHUXY puyr' f'lr111v02 1-rly. Wvs! Virginian W1-sh-x lll Miss l,.xNl1:-W4-sl l,ilw1'l,x'. lm FACULTY MHS. HUl,IDll'I ILXILIGY MISS lll'I'l"1'Y ICLHIX MII, IRYIN ll.XIlNl'I'l"l' Mies, lP.KlI.l-.X f - XM-st l.llw1't,Y, I ln versity nf l'ittslmrgh. N11hjw1.v: Typing IH-11. Unsi- ness Mzlth. Miss lGI.1uN-f-Wm-st Libr-1-ly. Nnlfjwrl: Girls' Physic-:ll lid. Miss HIGHS--xlIll'j' W:1sl1illglm1 Pulls-ge. Wvsl Yil'xini:1 I'11ivn-1'- QNX. NlI'l'fl'I'fNI Iinglixll SP. English ll. Mn, HRlNl1l.IiY1Ul'Ill2lllX. W1-st Yirgillizl I'11ix'1-1'si1y,Iiv11f Stale-. Nalhhiwtx: Public Sponlcing. Jour- xm 1:umfw 1'niwmnv uf '1'..n- Miss x1.x1:Y Ianni-' "f'lif"1- "i'iZ"'N'iI" llvssa-P. l"il14ll1-y Uollegv. - N,,1,j.-,-rw w.,1-m 11N1,,.V 1,-CU, MISS lwfll-' fWi11llllw 4'fvllv:f'- MM Alum' 1I'11iv.-I-myuf rim- mmmicw. l'e4w1"l1rl1x" XgLiQt'lllf Vim'im':'H """S"1'Vill"l'A' Uf MII- lnll'!ll. Walylu-sln1l':. ., I , 1 . . . . . . 4 I Uozuuh. Nu' Nuhjf-1-I: linglish lil. Nuhjrrl: Ill4Il'llllll'llI2ll Music MISS El,IZ.Xlil-l'I'lI HIGHS MIK. IUPIZICIVI' li1lINlDl.l4lY MISS M.Vl"l'll'I M1'Y.XY 11z1yf'11r0l'uf' KY' I If mf? ,f"' ' ' ' ' Sffifl-Sl 1 , jk :A S U Ag 9 ff 351 A 57 if- xiii 1 1 I I I CLASSES SENIOR GFFICERS l,l'l'Sl1ll'll1 ..... X 11-1--l'n'1-slqlellt ..... Sw-'y-'I'l'vz1s111'4'1' ...... Mlvism' ...... M4n"m: If um: 1'fllI.f finfl u IVIIU. lnrllcr' om l'0lA0liSZ Illuv mul Whitm- l4'1.owl'11:: Alm-riczln lie-:luly Huw puyr jourtvfn .....IIt'III'j' Vrolms . .... -Im-lcHoss11m11 ....lSetty Frmllc Robf-rt lJHSf0l'illS GEORGE BARTOLOVIC Vocational M-I ix il il-N1 Mluslrr-l LOIS BOHLMANN College Preparatory .lvlixiliwi Hlrlk Vlull lf. Il. .x. P I,llvr:ll,x ,Kssnxlulll Slmlliulll Sldlf 1 gi 1 CARL BAUM Vocalional M-livilia-A: Ili Y lwlutlmll I Nturlvnl l'uum-ll MILDRED BOM College Prenaraiory M'lix'ili4-ft llirl's l'lulr l l.iln'all'.x .hsislzlnl MARGARET BOZECIVICH Commercial Artixllil-5: lli1'I's Vlull l.ihl'ul'l' .hnixlulll Jr, llvxxn Ms :fl mu' HARRY BRUBAKER Coflege Preparatory .M-llvlln-5: Ilamll 4 Nrhvml Urvlu-al1':1 DORIS BURSKEY Commercial .Kr'l ix il ivwi Girl! Vlulr Kills-al-llgrvl' Null N .'1'l'l'1-l:lI'j I". Il, .M SHIRLEY BOWEN General .XVI ix il iw! I". ll, .L llirlk Vllllv' I.1ln':u'x .hN1Nt.n11 ANDY BRUNNER Vocational .Xl-lix iris-fi lwmtllzlll Nlimlrwl JOAN CH ISON Commercial .Xrlivil im-si M1-ss'-11111-1' Stull ll'1-an-1:11-r F. II. X K 5 YET . WILLIAM DEEGAN Vocaiional .M-I ix ll iw: Nlilwlu-I 2 HENRY FABRIZIO Vocational .M'lix'ilii-ri Nliiisiwl I 'l.l'iIf'li I lfimtligill I Yii-v l'n-s. Junim' I' DOLORES GONGOLA Commercial .lvlivllli-Q: 1lil'l's Vluli ii. A, .L Xiu' l'l'i-S Nrpllulllult' Sw-.-'l'n-als: Nlllllvlll I num ll Nlillslrvl 2 Svc.-'l'1'l-115, JI, flaw lam 1 In VINCENT DOLINOR General .xl'llXllll'NI Ili-X BETTY FRAN K Commercial Ar-livitifwt Girls Chill I linisiilsu rlflu..x,.x.1 N-1-.-'l'1'v:ia, Sm-nirn' Uiziss Spivrts liililnr Slt'NM'l1LL'l'I' .luniivr l'la,v Af-rwunpului:-I Si-r.-'l'1'v:is. Nliiili-lit CIIIIIIVII JAMES HAMM College Prenaraiory .Xr'l1ul1ifs: Hi-Y Iizim-Imll Jr, 'I'nw1i XII-vtilur PAUL CISAR Vocational .Kr-tix iiivat Hzlskvllrzlll 'Z Xl sllkl ' ' ,ln, '- HENRY CFIEBS Vocational .Xrliviliwsi lffmllmll I lillxlll I Iinsv a Ilzlml 4 l4.ls"Imll 3 I'ii'sul1-iii I I Jllllllll' Plu N I1 lllx .4-nil ' Mins! lvl 1 Slllllvlll -fivlilll il in ll Fl ill MIM- L1 - CHAFILES CONNERS Vocaticnal .M-lxvltliw: lmwrlulll 2 l'l'4-A, Flwlixm-li flax Xlinslre-I SUHIUIII lhuiliwil GLORIA DE CREASE Commercial .Xi-livilim: Girlk Vlull Xlillxtlwl l Xl:-mi-lug:-1' Stuff 5lll4ll'Ill Colllivil F1 PEGGY HAWKINS College Preparatory .M-I ivil im-at M1-Nr-1'llLf1'I' Fluff Girl! t'lnIi .lumur llaly llmru Mimliw-I PAGE HENDERSON Practical Aris -, 'Y C ROSE HEGEDUS Commercial WILLIAM HICKS Vocational hrs ix ii 1'-5: Nlimtxvl ' 2 ' f is a . . cjgqgggjfk. i P' we K ' if tl 1' f ' A ' , . Qaijiiiife ' X 5 'wfsy-gazrim wr-. 4-as ia. 5,1 V Nffr . . ' ' l-.. , it ' I ' " 5 . . ' , ' '55, ff f - , .. H' ' ,tix lywfffiirl JEAN HILL EILEEN HOSSMAN Commercial Commercial .Kvlix ili:-xi .ivlixilivsi llillk Vlulr if Qirlk l'Iuli ii I", ll, K. ll, .X -M I,iInzu',i ,hsiftunl Sm-ui-rr l'l:ly l"4-:lluri- IM. XI:-mv-ii-'4-I' .lit 'l'nwn Xlw-tim: JACK E. HOSSMAN EILEEN JABLONSKI Vocational General .Kr-liiilinwt .M-livitivst I-'mitlulll 2 lli1'l'sl'l1lli llimtiw-I Z ll. X, A. Xiu- IHA, Hwliiui' Vlalss Nl-mligrlit Flalll' I NANCY KEENE KATHLEEN KELLER General Commercial .U-Iixilil-A: llirlk lvlllli I". ll, .L N14-N1-ilgi-1' Still' .XVIIYIIIIWI llil'l's Cluli MARY KURELAC Commercial .Xvllrlllu-N: flirlk l'luI. NORMAN LOGSTON College Preparatory .Xvlixitii-at Nprllllulii Sl.ill Z lli-Y lfiuiltlrzlll IE Xlimlri-I GARY MARCHIONE Commercial .M'liYille's1 Si-1-'j of Ili-Y lwmtlmll Klux: Z Slinslri-l l MARY MARGARET LIGHTNER Commercial .M-tix iiio-s: llirl's l'luIl ARTHUR LOY College Preparatory .Xl-iixilim: lwmllmll LZ lli-Y DONALD MARPLE Vocational .lvtivilil-s: Fivullmll 34 'l'1'ar'k 2 Nlillflrvl I VINCENT KOWALESKY Vocaiional ROSEMARY KRUPICA Commercial M'tivilir's: l'l'i-sivlvlll ll, A, .L ilil'l's l'llllm 1'ln-i-I'li-zulvl' Hvnim' l'lu4x' t'u-lflfliiur 311-as:-ngl-1 Jr, 'l'im'n Mr-4-lim: I N .4iw'y-'l'li-lla, l"r'4'.'lrxlmlu ll.im JOANNE KRONENBERGER Commercial .Kvlirilivsi ilirl's l'lull Sli-ssl-11:41-r Stull Jlllliul' l'l:l.x l". ll, A. BETTY KUBECK Commercial .Xvtivitil-sz 4- ,- , hill N llulr. if NANCY MARPLE Commercial .Kvlixilir-N: l'u-liflilf-I' Nlvswr l'rv-5, Hillk Vllill H, .L .L ,lmllur l'l:l,x Yllllslrvl I4 Sluclvnl l'num'il EVA MARTINO Commercial .hitixitirwt ill-xwlugr-I Stull Nvni-in l'l:l-x' Hill! l'lllll NETTIE MARTINO Commercial .Mtix :til-A: JOAN McCARDLE Commercial .ivlivitir-5 . hill N llul. A f Nlmlliglrl sum N4-liiur l'l:l-i' Sli-Mvixul-1' Slull lf, ll. .X. 4-ul 5 Klub l sf lv. Ji?" f MARTIN MCCORMICK FRANCES MCGLUMPHY Vocaiional ' Commercial .h'Iii'ili4-sz .M-lixilirw: Nlinxllwl 2 Hill! l'll1I- llslxlwllmli l DOROTHY MODLINSKI JERRY MONCEMAN General .Xvllxiln-5: lLirl'- Vlulr Z! Xlinxlrvl GARNET MORRIS Commercial .M-tixilir-at Xllrm-may-1' Stall Hirl'w Clulv Stull:-nl trnlm-il F. ll. A. College Preparatory MA RCELLA MORRIS Commercial .Xl-I ix il ir--: llirlk l'lul. BETTY PALUSEK General .U'lll'lllI N: Girlk l'luI. Flllclvlll lwflllwil lirum Xlaljm' Xl:-ssx'llg'v1' Ntaxlt JOSEPH PAVELKA Vocational M-I ix itil-5: Ili-Y .lumnr I'l:1.x Nvllim' Plzu Xllmin-l 2 lhnml 4 Sluflv-nl Iliwvtvml' I Nl:-asm-14:1-1' Stzlfi NANCY RIAL College PreDaratory .M-I lYll 1--sg Su-1-I-lzllj' Ilirlk Vlulv , . , . , lm- In-snll-nl I., A, .X Junim' Pluy Sz-Him' Play .Ill l,fl1Iu1' Nlwsm-11:11-1' Hllllll-nl l,'llllII4'll BETTY PASTORI US Commercial .II-tlvilis-si 1.-zrls llulv MARY LOU PHIPPS General .X1'Ilx'll1vsI Gills i'luI, Nfllirn l'Iz1v WILLIAM RIDER Vocational .lc-tivitil-5: I-'lnmllmll 2 'l'rac-k Ii Hallul -l Ili-Y Nlinslrn-I 74 Sl'lIllIl' Plzlhr Jlmim' Play if-luml lll'f'll1'mll'u 1 Slurll-nl Uounril ROBERT MYERS College Preparatory .Kel ivil im: Ili-Y Nlinsl I 1-I liallnl l FIUTH OLSON General .Xm'lnlIlnw: llirlk l'lulI Jlmim' Plug Vlwrllx WILLIAM OKEL Vocational .M-lixitin-4: Yllinsllvl 2 BETTY ORN DOFF College Preparalory .Kr-llvxtn--A: llvsm-Inu'--1' Smit' llamrl II l.ilvl':lry .haixlzlul flirlk Vlulr fl Millallw-l I JOE ANNA RITTER Practical Arts GEORGE RY KOSKEY Vocational ,hrlix il ills: Nlllinlxn-I I liz:-vlrzill T' rms 4? Zh rev! KATHLEEN ROBBINS College Preparatory .Kr-lixlln-Nt Xliilalrvl l Xlrw-1-In-wi' Nlwll NANCY SAFFLE General .Xr'lixitil'N: llirlk t'luli Xlr-N,--nga-1' Slnll' l,iIri':n x .Xssislnnl ROBERT SALIGO Vocational .ti-llvllivsz Nliiisl 1-1-I EDWIN SHEPARD College Preparatory .tvlivitivst l'ro-sich-nl lli-Y l'n-sillvul Stull.-lit lizlslu-llvull .lumnr l'Iu-x' CHARLES SIBURT Vocational .Kvl rvll ws: Milislrvl 2 JACK SCHRUMPF College Preparatory .tvlivilivsi Svnilir Vlil-l' Junior I'l:l.x Xlinslrn-l 34 lianul 4 Hvllunl 011-lirwllhl Slllllvlll t'1Illlil'il 'l'r:u-k Z spnlliglil Stull' if WILLIAM SHILTS Vocational .M-livilin-s: lli-Y I"nmllulll 2 MillSll'l'l 2 Iizunl 2 CHARLES SINE Vocational KFIIYIIIUSI Nliusli:-l L! FLORENCE STERN Coflege Preparaiory Xvlixnli--X: spnrliulrl xmll' I 1llI'l'Sl'llllx :L .luninr I'In.x N-nm I'l.np llinslu-..l l llmirn-he Sign. Xll-Nw Ilan-l-fllrum Xlzljnr I.ll.r:u.x .M-mann NELLE SWARTZ General X4-Ilxllu si 15irl'fl'lull Xl.-wr-11114-r' Null' llinxtlrl JUANITA TEGARDEN Commercial .lwlivilir-4: Nlurllizlll Hlzlll' 2 Jullifn' l'l:1y .lll ll:-rl Vruse Hill! l'lulr rl Xlllxxlxu-l 1 liluulxnxilzu l-Illilln Xl n'xx4'Il"'4'I' BETTY STEWART Commercial .Xrlix ill:-5: tiirlk Vlull I"--zrtllw lflrl. Xl--N lr 'l'-mn Nlw-limo HAROLD SWIGER College Preparatory .h'lix'iti1-s: lwmtlulll ELMER TRUBIANO General .Kr-tix itivx: lfmullulll l hl'llLll'l' JOHN SKVARKA Vocational .lvtlvltlrwi Nlinsllw-I 2 JOHN T, SMITH Vocalional .lrllxlln-sz l-'nntlmll 2 'I'l':u-k Xlgr, 2 Nlillxllwl Z1 JUNE SLONAKER College Preparaiory ,M-lixilir-sz llirlk l'llllr Il llilwtrn-l PATRICIA SPECHT Co'Iege Preparatory ,xffrix ilir-S: Iluul 1 llil'l'sl'll1lv l li. A, .X ll xwlhuvl' Stull' GERALDINE ULLUM College Preparatory .M-llxllnw. Hillk l'lul: 4 .lunim l'lzllx Vlwullx Nlinslrl-l I Xl:-wr-nu:-1 Stall! JUNE WAGENHOFFER Commercial ,M-Iixilir-P: ll. 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XHHIZI JPKIII .kllmupgh Runalxl .-Kllvzlllglx Hoi. liawkn-r Hculuh Harm-tt Slurlhzl Ba1rtulm'1r Nlnrllm H1'l'lil'l' llvlvn lim-num lidith livllvillv Vlmlln-S lf1'l'll'Il'll Alillvfll' Hmm:- .lzuuvs Vnstilnw linux t'lui+-ffnlu Slilllllj' Vlllnn Phyllis lxlisvl' M2ll'Llilll'l IMI:-umu X1-lmn l'unning'h:nn I-Iurl lmlnglnwly Wunflu lmwsun Ruln-rt Iliimlu B1-tty Hom- lbw-gsm lmllulfl IM-llge-I lffugfvlu- llmwsz-y ICI:-zuml' Ellis Hu-lyru Fabrizio Hu-In-n Finking Huggvm- I-'inns-gun l.uwr1'um- lf'ur1'vflm-1' Ruin-rta flullznglxnlr' l'z1tl'i1'izl Hixlwullir' th-ul'u'v lilusir-h .lc-l'n1m' Glu-wk .hum Gl'm'n-I' Juan Huufn- Jaunvs Ile-ml:-rsun Hurry Higgs Wilmlu Hill Annu Lw Hulh-.V Xlfnry Hvlen Horn In-nuns Hull Rulwrt Hum Huw liulals llulnrvx Knwnlhky Nlauululim- lirizunvk Annie Kurt-law Xlnngrmlzlliln- Klntruxuu .luwph l.uhzx H4-ssiv Imgslull .lulm Luwv Innmu Lu:-us lhvlxe-Nan Mvt':ll'nll1,- IN nu-5' bl:-Elmy ni R1vr4l'lnul'y Mu rw, rl - 155 , , .. 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L - Nalnvy Lum: Dnnuld Lung Ruhvrl Imluln-nslangvr ll Alla:-rt l.rn'x-ntz Koln-rt Mcl'zinn lmvirl Mcliluinphy 5: '7if -f.?'X Engl-nv Magunmr- ii i ' Ray Marplv Junws Murwrvln-mi . ij-is Xk'k' -s Rohm-11 Mucheck inf Frank Mus:-1-lli Martha Oakland Marvin l'ie-rw H2Il'I'j' Pnlanml Billy l'm'lv1'ri1-ld Anrly -PllXV21llll2l Bill i'l'iu4' . Irvin- i'j'l-Vlwllllk livtty Rukmkiv Hihln Rvdl'nl'1l Allrwl Riwlvl Phillip Rivrlvl Alfred Slqllllllllllf lh-tty SlIllll0li Mary Ann Hhinip Ilirk Hlluftll-xvu1'tl1 Bula Nivilrli Imn Snvic-h Gail Nuvir-h flhlry Ann Stvnnlzl w J Q Mg f:1 ifwf M Syaz 2 ik A 'MMM-NNW I . ix' , 'll : I :ff " ' ,.., 5 ,x . l ,QQ Tlmnias Svrr-1-k .... n k W"'1'l'2' , ' nm. Whitfif-ld - K l-.' 4 , , Mzmraalw-t Ann llhn ,-., ,,,: A ,X ll:-nrhi' Hlnpllml Jllilll Knullingge-I' Bf'lll2lll Sc'ln'iv1'1' .ln Ann lla-nrki John Nluggw-ra Norman Smith Ilillli' Klvinl-will-r .luhn Hn-ml John Kzlfiy Nalin-y Muzi-1-li f -' 0 1 f23!uIv' I I ACTIVITIES il bf, 1 ll I ll STUDENT COUNCIL 1"111s'1' How: l"1':111li l'11si1'..XIl'1'111lScl11'11111pf..I11.X1111'I'l111111:1s. lim-ily l'xI'2lllli. 4'l1:11'l11x M1411-lx l':1ll'l INlLlgl1t'l'Ij'. S14,1'11N11Ii11W: livlty Sl2ll'li1'j', I'Illv11 1'i1111f1':1111. H1-Hy .l:1111' 1'1':11:. l'4-ggy M51-1'14. llusm- A1111 'F1111111 ll Ht'lll'21'. Gl41l'1:l lbs-1'1'11:1s1-. l':111li11e l:t'Clil'l'. Mr. xV1SE'lllZlll. li111111i1- K:1ss1-1'111:111. I11dwi11 Sl11111:11'1l. .l11l111 Mnlizm-1'. 'fillltblllj' I,111'1-y. t':11'l I5:111111. 'l'l11-111111 ol'tl11- st111lv111 v1111111'1I 1s1111l11V1'If1l1 II11- lwst possiblv uvtivitivs fur 111111111 High Sclmol. 71,11150l'gl'?llI1Zil110ll 111111-M111 111311111 11111-1 111 tlw 11111101'1z1111' qllvstiulls Elllll 111'11ble111s 111' The- s1'l1oc1l :1111l its pupils. l'lz11111111g1 z1ss11111bI11-S. spvcinl Il!'Ogl'l'?llllS 211111 1IllllfbI'T2lllf 111'0,1G1'tst11l11- 11111lv1'fa1k1'11, ?ll'l' s:11111- of TI10 1'vs114111x1b1l1t11-s of This QIVOIIIP. jmlyf' ll1i1'lH'l'11111 1 '1 ASSISTANT LIBRARIANS , . . . . . . 'lxwlw JIIIIIPIIIUIIS "'ll'lHHN'ilN1l'll HIM I'oII4-x' III Hu- man- ni II14- Iilll'iIl'.Y clllvillgg' ilu- yvznr NHT-45, 'l'I14-il' Y?ll'iUlli nlutivw invlllflm-al vlwvlcilmg' lrrmlqs in :mul lllll. Jll'l'illlQ'ilIQ' lurmlw. :xml Elillillg' in ilu' lxyr-In-1I:u1v 1'fflt'll'll1"X' ni ilu- I1ln':l1'.x'. N fx V, 5 V '41..x1l.l+: 4':urfvI Sim:-sl..I1vAXuu1u'l'IummN. .xllllil I4-v llulllx. M:lgel:nlim- lil'iZIlII4'lx, .Imam Hl'llY4'I' XHSQ I'1rIl1'4Y. S'l'.xYnlN4.: Alildrwl lhrm. .lvzm llill. In-ily l.1-1-Hl'lnI1vI'I', .Xml45l'1'Nlm4,l1v:ll1 llullil-. .l2ll'l1ll1'lill1 l":IZZ1lI'u1,NlliI'l1'j' l14lXXl'Il. puff1llfla'l,l1!fVf MESSENGER STAFF NVxX1um.: .lmm 1'lliSllll. Kutlllm-11 lim, I-ilw. .Inu l':lvvlli:l. lin-ity 1':1lllsz-li. Nl,,XIl'IiI .Imam Iwmn-11lw1'gvl'. IH-:gy Ilnxx iillS. Us-tty l"l'a111lc. l':l1 Nlwvllt. XIIIIC1' 4:lt'IlL'. XIIIIUX lil'Ulll'. nu N111 N'l'.xNlHYl1: .lmun Mm-1':u'1ll4-. Nan . : plv. Mr, l':lsluri1ls, .lusmilzl '1'm-gzlrmhlz l':il!'4'Il llnssmam. Ninn-:ng Maury ltml. Ilnsn-lnmlgx' lXl'llIll1 lim-tly Ste-w:nl'l. l"I4-wiv Stvrn, N'I',XNIPlNliZ l"l'illll'l'S Ma'HIu1npl1A'. Kilulll In-l'1'v:lsm-. llalrm-I AlIll'I'iS. lie-tty Lu Hl'1nIufl'. NI-I.K'l'I'QIDf .Im-rry Illum. 1.1-Ily htm-wall Yvll im- Swalrlz. lim M:lrlim,. SPOTLIGHT STAFF Nm-Vol' il :lull lllIlllll'lll l'o1':1 lm-llllwl' ul' Ilw Spolllglll Stull, as llwy l'll5lll Tlnlwrllgll il XUEII' nl' ll'2Il'lllllg1'.l0lll'- mnlism zlml llllllllSlllll1L' ilu- llltlllllllj' svllool ll2lllt'l'. 'l'I1isvl'l'm't has lm-11 11-wan1'1lc-ll by lligll I'2lllllQ1'S lmm tlw Stem- -l0lll'll2lllSlll lh-Im1'I1m-111 mul tlw Nilllflllill Sm-llolnsliv l'n-1-SN ,XSSIll'l2lll0ll. lj 'l f l A-'X ll ,Xi Yl'IIIlZ lim-In-I Mzurlm. IN-ggy Nlyvrs. .lu:m1l:n l1'2Ill'1lt'll. NIV. llrxmlll-5', NlllllI'4l4l Nhlw lillal Mau- I!:lrI1'u:, xxmxu: I-'Iussiv N11-rn. Ama Hn-Qlw, Phyllis l:2ll'lil'l'. l'llllll lllllll1'll. Ih-ily Vruig. .lcltlx . - - 1 v.., 1,-,, Nl'lll'lllllIll. llma:ll4l lxalssm-l'ln:u11, ,Imm NIM znrllln-, .hmm .lm-lmln. Iwuu-sl 1 llhXH'll l'lll1'Q'Il -l:ll1ln1lski, pnyfr ll1ir'l.11-.vfrrff GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Betty Frank, Nancy Rial, Rachel Martin, Eileen Hossnian, Phyllis Jochum, Pat Specht, Rosemary Krupica, Miss Elbin, Pat Tribett, Nancy McElroy, .Ioan Grover, Nancy Marple, Anna Holley, Millie Wilson, Pat Garvonic, Joanna Vani, Joan Jochuni, Dolores Gongola, .loan Haufe, Lois Oser. Dolores Lucas. Mary Holley, Magdalene Krizanek, June Wagenlioffer. The Illll'll0SP of llw Girls Atliletil' Association is to iiiviw-asv iiitmw-st and partic-ipation in all sports as a means of lll'0lll0Illlg' physical. mental, aml social iclvals, aml so aiil in Tlw Qlevelopnwilt of goorl vilizvils. OFFICERS Presiclvlit ............ ...... l losoniary Krupica Vice Prvsiclviit ...... ................ N ancy Rial Secretary ..... ....... l IHf'll9l Martin Tl't'2lSlll't'l' .... ..... I lefty Frank Advisor ..... ....... l Betty Elbin priyr' ilzirlfl-viyflzl Hi-Y CLUB 'Flu' purposv of Tlw Hi-Y is: "'l'ovrve1ts',nminfzlill. :md vxtoml HlI'Ollg'Il0llf tlw school and 00lIllllllllifj', high stmlclzllwls of f'lll'lStl2lll cl1z11'zlctvl'." l'l'vsiml0nt Vim' 1,1115 Hovl'v1ul'5 'l'1'w1s111'4-1' ..... .Xclv ism' .... OFFICERS .....IC1l1li0 Sllvpzlwl ide-nt ..... ..... I4 'orrvsi l'1'iswelI ' ..... ..... l i2ll'y lXIilI'Qlli0lli ....NflI'1llillI Log-stun .....I'1lfl1'0ll Huh :Nr lluw: Hull Nllills. l':ill'l llnllglu-rty, l'l1:xx'l1-s Wm-lrlv, l.s-Huy XIl'f'illlll, iivomc- Yisllic. Ilnlr Myuvs. 1-nxlu Huw: .xl'1lllll' W:ll'yr'k. Tom lligglv, SIZIIIIPX Vhlun, Iflddiv Spisif-ll. .Xl'f1lllI' lmy. Ixenm 4. ltum Hill Shilts. .hum-s 4':lslilmx'. Hill Ridvr. :ll'4l. l"m'x'Q-sl l'1'iswe-ll. .luv l':lvolk:l. Amly Zivll. Mr. Slltvr, Mr. I':lshn'i1ls. puyv Ihirty-uinr' IIIIHIIHUNYI Mrs. l":ll1riu11,. Mr. xViSt'lllZlll. limb l'1:l1'tlm-tt. .Iimmy Ilussnmn. Hairy xIill'f'lli0lll ldx N 1 n GIlRL'S CLUB I-'ncs'1'RoW: .lvzin Ilill. June Slonzlker, Ann Gresko. Mihlruil Wilson, Nancy Mnrlllv. Nun:-5' Iii il lh-tty lg:lllIllSlPl', Iinth Ulwn, SICVONII Row: .loalnn Km-iw11lw1'gvl'. Hnrnvt Morris, .lonn Mc'l':irnllv, .lozinn llitlvr. lloris lillls kvy, Nhii-Ivy Ilowvn, Ne-llio, Swartz. .ln:n1it:1 'l'l'K1ll'llt'll. l':il Spun-lil. Peggy My Num-y Iiovlw. NZIIIUX Szlfllv. 'l'lIlllllHUNVI Mrs. Tipton. Suv Ann I'vtv1's. Phyllis lI:l1'lwl'. Yinlvl' ln-l'rim-sl. Mzll'gm-1'ilv XV1Il i1llllS. Betty .Inna Vrnig. M:li'1-ellzi Morris. .lt'l'l'l' I'Ilo1n. llotty Ui'nmloI'I'. Ste-yil1:lliw l':ilngn:l. Kaltlili-on Ke-llor, Hloriu lls-l'i'e:lsv. .lziclciv lfzizzzli-o, Miss Iilllltl. FOI'llll'l'ly known as tho Girl livsorvos, the prosont fli1'l's Ulnh, an 0l'gI2llllZ2lll0ll to which any Union High School girl may lwlongr, is nn inlportzinf f?lt'l0l' in oni' high school life. This ve-ry zivtivv gfronp sponsors an annnml l'll1'lSllll2lS 1311111-41, leviews of ll10ll6I'll books, and ai fornml ?lSSPlllllly llI'0Q'l'ilIll. In shovt, an grills Sfliflill life at Union Iligrli is innvh more iiiterestiiigr znnl vziriml wlwn she is an lll0lllllf'l' of that bnsy. hnbhlingg bustling' 0I'Q.!'illllZ2lllUll, The Gii'l's Vinh. page forty GIRL'S CLUB OFFICERS l'1'1-sidvllt ..... ...... Nzmcy Marple Vice l'1'vsidvnt ..... ..... IN Iilclred VVils0n S0l1l't'fEll'j' ..... ...... N nncy Rial 'l'1'0a1s11l'c-1' .... ........ .............................. A N lm Gresko Advisors ...... ..... B l2ll'g1'ill't'l Ann LQIIIP, L4-ilu Tipton I l1:srIluxx': livmiv hngitun. xvillldil Imwsun. l.m'ill4- IQIWIIWIII U!'Kl'l'. Milllm-nl 1.1-wis. I':lt 'l'l'iluIt .Imam xlllll'0j'. Num-3' Mc'I'Il1'oy, Hill'lZll'Rl lkuswnrill. mxlxlluw: Wildzl Hill, Nl2ll'2Zll't'f l'lll!'lll2llI. lrulnws Kmvnlski, livvlyn l":llu'izzo. Ile-ryl Siglu Nurmzx .Is-:lu Fallltzlzzi. II:-In-11 I"l'illll'l'S Fixllcillg. Mnrthxu l!:l1'tuluvif'. Ihwuflly Ilmt Kuilllvvll .l:ll'1'1'll. ' ul 'SSC page forty!-one F. H. A. ' "" l"llcs'I'Huw: I':lt 'l'l'iIwIl, Violet lIvl'l'ivsI. Milmllwl Wilsmn. l'4-ggy R11-51-nw, Mrs. Vrmv. IMll'l:4 li11l'slw,v. l':ll Gnrwllir-. Sl4I1'UNIlII0XYZ llululwks Wvlls, Nm-II-ii K4-ltlvwa-II, lflllal Maw II:ll'Il'Il2, Ile-lly .l:lm- l'l':li:. I:2lI'Ilt'I M:ll'til1. Sllirlvy IIUXYUII, III-1lI:ll1l!:u'm-ll. I':11'uI Sim l'1l. Nzlnc-'x' I 'uI'l'ln1:ll1, 'l'IllmnllmY: .xllllil I4-v Ilullvy, lluih IIIIISIIII, I'IIII'll 4'i:111I'l':nlli. Nilllbj' Km-vm-. Nlanrllm ll:ll't41lm'iI'. lIulwl'l:l NI1'I':ll'1IIc-. .lmlll Mm'I':11'4ll1'. .IHZIII Vlliwvll. l"ol'lc'l'H Iluw: Nlzxxgx' Lou W1-lls Mzl1'gll1-1'ils- XVIIIIIIIIIS, l'l1,x'IIis Iizrrlu-r. Nulwy 3l4'l'IIl'uy. .lmm Ihnutv. -Illlllll VIIIIIIIIIIIS. "l.vzz1'11i11g1 to Iiw In-th-1' tmlzny in Ill'IIl'l' IIHII our lim-N mul Tlmsv ui' our Iumilivs may In- Iwth-1' f0lllIbI'l'IHY.H 1-xplzsins tlw l'I'2IS0ll for tlw I-xistvm-v of . v - I - mn- ui I mmm s most worth XYIIIII' mflulms, OFFICERS I'I'0SIIIl'llI .......... ..... I 'mkgigj' M4-yvlx Yiw l'1'osicIm-111' ..... .... B Iilflm-II Wilson q0l'I'0I2ll'j' ..... ..... I Juris 1'gllI'SIit'j' 'III'02lSIll'0l' ..... ..... - loam Vllison Aelvism' .... ..... 3 Irs. I'l'ow p II y f' fn r I .Il - I fr 1, CHORUS 'l'lw lDl'llll2ll'j' purpuse- ol' Iluis gnulxp ol' 4-ntlmsizlstiv mul ll2ll'1l-WUl'lilIlg' girls is to l'm'nisl1 musiv lm' grmmluzltion :xml to pre-sm-111 musiv lm' zxssvmllly Ill'0jjl'illllS ll is also tlw lllt'2lSlll't' nl' ilu- vllorus to pl-l'l'm'1n lm' vlulms mul 0l'Ql'EllllZ2Ill0Ilh uutsillv ul' svlmol, 'l'l1vvllfwusvlusswz1sm'g':l1lixv1l4luring1ll1n- lil-lli svlmol XVIII' . . 1 . wltll Mlss lil-ryl lmmlwln ZlSlt'1li'lll'l'. l'llllS'l'llUXYZ .luyl-v Il:lll.uslcy, Mzlrllm lngn-rsoll. l':ul I.:lslllvy. Milmlrn-fl I.:-wis. lil-lly Ilan nislu-V. llUI'Ulllj' lluyt. K2llllll'l'll .lill'l't'l. Sl-I1'0NlblllbXYI I'1ila-on Ilussnmu. .llmn .Im-lmm. lu-tty .l:lm- 4'r:uig:, Num-lv 1xll'l':lI'U'Y. lmri Nlrzluk. Nzuu-5' Lung, ltusulil- llussnmn, 'l'llllclnlRuw: Miss Humlwilu, l'l1yIIis l:ill'lCl'l'. Ill-lm-n lyllllilllg. I':nlsy Yusl. llnllliv Wilsuu .luzlll Mllllwy. page- fur!!!-fllrwr' CHEERLEADERS l.111s 1PHl-QR. I'11Y1,1.1s .l111'111'A1, J11,1Nx.x M1511 l!11:1'1. SIliI.1-ill. XIKNIIC N.x1:.x1,11'11, Ii11s1cA1x11Y Kl11'1'11 .1 1:1'F11'l'11111. g:'Iz1111111'1111N. 1'1lj'11llll11'. :111 11115 211111 1111111 111 w1'1'1l11-s 1111- slx y111111gr1-111-1J1'111z1111-1's XV1l0Sl711l,,1l1lllll, 111111 111111. ns 11111-1' 2l111'l1lIlT 111 slmrli 1111- 1'111-111'i11g' 1.21118 111' 1114 111111l1z111, 11z1s1q1-111z111. 111111 11t11111' z11'11111t11' :11'11v1111-s 111 1 1111111 111311 S1+1111111. lS1111s1111's 111 1111m1'z1111. T1111s11 z11'1'1111z1Ti1' 112l1llSl'1N 1111 lllll4'1l 111 1-111-11111'11g1- 11111 11-21111. '111ll'j' S1lI'P1j' 111111 1-111111 11111 1'1lEI!'1ll 111 1111- g'1'i1111'1111 211111 11z1s1i1'111:111 1Jz11t111x. fl ll fl 1' uf 11 1' I .Il - f 11 Il 1' 1111-111111-rs play, 1l1ElI'1'11. 311111 1'111'111 vz11'i1111s 111111'1's 211111 1111sig111s. '11111' 11211111 211811 '1'l11' 1111i1'111'1111111 1l1'1111g1'1- P11111 1511111 11211111 g11'11v1-11 111 11111l111'l'11N 111' 1-11511-1' "1'1111s' 111111 El vvry 111111111111 111111 of 21 1111111111111 32111111 11111111's 111 112111.-111110. 11'111111 1111 2111111111 11111011 111 z1ss1-111b1i11s, ba1sk11111z1l1 11111111-s. 1111111111'1111s 11z11'z11l11s. 111111 11121115 111111-1' z11'1ivi1i11s w111'1'1' music is 2111 i11111111'1:1111 21111 111 111111-1'1z1i111111-111. 11'111s'1'l11111': A11g1-1:1 Wl1i11:111'11. 1111113' .1:1111- 1'1':11g. 1'11-11111 1111. W:11111:1 Imvis. 11il1'I'j' 111'I11I 51111-1 1':11111'i111- 111111y, 111-115' 111-11111111, ll:11'1'11-1 1'1111'. M:11'11111 11:11'111l111'i1-11. 111-115 Rusv 111111g:111. 11111111111 1!:11'111'11. S1:1'11N111i11w: 1"l111'1-111'1- S1111'11. 1'111Q'1'1I11 11'i1:111-g:111. .1111-11 Sl'111'l111ll11A, 111l1y l:111K'1'1 .11111y 111-1-11 1111111 1':1111s1-lc. T1111111 111111: 11111 S111111l1-sw111'111, 111111111-s W1-Ils. 1':11 SlI1'L'1l1. 1111-li 'I'1'i111-11. .XI1'1'1-11 S1'1l1'1l111lI1 1'1111i .X1111'111.i11s. 1':11sy Y11s1. 1111111-1'1 Myvrs. 111111 S11i11s. Mary 1,1111 1'111-111-11111-. 11'111'11'1'11 111111: 1111111-1-111 11:l11:1!1lL'l', 11111111111 l111l1g1-1, .xl141X Zi1111, 1'111XY111 S111-11:11'11. Miss 1:11111 .1111- 1':11'1-11111. 1'11:11'11-s 1l:11'is, 11:l1'1'j' 111'111::11i1-1' l1lly1'f11l'l!!A11lA1 IVIAJCDRETTES I!1:'1"1'1' 11115141 I11414111xN 11I1I'I"I'Y .IAN1-2 1'l!.Xl1L 11'1,11ss11c S'1'1c11N 1i1:1'1,,111 li.111N1-:'1'1' 11I11'I"l'Y l'.11.1'H1-311 AN1:1:1..x W111'1'1,,x'1'1'11 BIARY 1'.x'1'111'1:1N11: 111Y1.I.Y 1111- 111111v111g' 111 EI w111s111'. 11111 1H111s11 111 il 111111111. 11111 11l'l1lll 110211. 111111 11111 x1-1111 . . . . . , . . , , sswx swlngr 111111 1111-11' 1'1111111111s 111111 1 lll111l H1g'11 h1'1111111s 11211111 stvps 11111 1111- 1111-111'11111 11111,j111'11t111s 1111111gg' wi111 1111-11' 1XV1I'11llg1', 111ssi11gr. 111111 s11'1111i11g1. 111 1111111-11 111111111 111 1111- 11111111111'11111-11 111' 1111- 11111111 111 111111111111 Q.l'i1lll1'S 111111 111 lJ2lI'E1111N 11 rr All 1' if 11 1' I fl- N i J' qiw 'N f 1' axkx fx' .lVX.fw" T JL f f ff pm. 1 I, f I w M ,Xu Al! UWXLK M J , Tlg va W ,f L! ' f. I 41' fm SPCRTS FGOTBALL 1' - 11151 Imw: 11111 KI1-i111-1111-1'. Gus Kolus. 11111'11l11 SNV1'I1'1'. 11I11w:11'11 W:11'y1'11. .Ii111 1I11ss111:111. Sl-:1'11N11ItoW: 11:11 Ma11'11l1-.011111-11.111111-s. 11111111111 K11ws1-1'111:111. 11l'1l1'-Y 1":1111'izi11. 11111111111 NI2ll'lP10. 1"111'1'1-st Uris- W1-11, .1l'1111I1' Luy, S1i11l1Pj' l'11l1111, 11111111-1' '1'1'11l1i111111. 111'1I1'j' 1'1'1-lm, 121111 1111111112 1110111 Iligrglv. Al1t111111y G1111g11111. 1111111-rt 1I1l'11l11, 111111 1!:11'1i1-1'. l'11111'11-s S11-i111111111. 11:1w1'1-111'1- 1-'1-1'1'11-. Assistant 1'11111'11 11111111-tt. 1'1l'il111i 1'11si1-. 1-L11-11 How: Gary M1111-11111111-. J111- 1,111:1':l. Sillll 511111111-1'. 11111111111 Silf1'i'k'l1. 1,1-1'11y .l:11111-s. 1V211fK'1' Zl'1ll. 111111 11111411-I. .1111-11 Smith. A11115' 111'l11111l"1'. .11-1'111111- HV1-s111i. 111-11115' H1111-w1m11, Ge111'g1- .1111-1l11111. .1111- 11ll1'1i111l1'1. .1111111 111-1-11, J111111113' Mojze-r. 11:1vi11 M1-Gl11111p11y, '1v1l'1'l1l' 1l1111g11111. Hill H1111-1'. 'l'111111111s ., . ,. , 111l111:1. 11111 hlults. 11111111-11 11t'111'j'. .1z11'k 1111ss1111111. .I:11111-s 1':1s1il11w. 1'I1111'111'11 1':1l11111111'111-1'. Alikt' 1+'111I11v:1. 1111111111-1' yc-111' 111' N1-1111111 1111s 1-111111- 111111 yg11111- 111111 1111111111-1' ye-111' of 111111111111 history 1111s 111-1411 11111111-. 1A'il1191'S 1111V1- 1'111111- 111111 51111111 111111 1111- 11'011l11Pll 111011 1l0110fl111j' for 21 1'll1111'l' 11-11111-1' w11111- 1'1-1111-111111-1'111g1 1111- 1-X111-1'11-111-1-s of 1111- past. VV1- 111111111' 11111s1- XV211'1'101'S who 1"0l1g'111 so 1J1'2lVt'1j' for 11111011 t111I'11lgI 1111- 151-17- 151-18 se-11so11 111111 11s 1111- 1111111 w111st11- s11111111s 1'111' 111C11l1. 111 1111- s1111111- of 1111111' 1111311 school 1111111111111. w1- g'1v1- 21 1f11l'l'1' 1'111' T1lC'11' c11111'11g'1-, 1114111' 111111115' 111111 W1111 for 1111- 1:11-11-off W111-11 21 111-W 11111111 111' w111'1'1111's s111111 11111-111111 to 1111101- 11111011 111111111g 1110 191111ers. 1111111 f11rl,1f-1-iylaf HIGHLIGHTS IN THE FOGTBALL RECORD OF UNION'S HIRONMENH l"111'11 l111l1111x'111'11 111111111-1' 111 il l'4'lllllI'j' l11111l111ll l111s llilll El lll'lll 11l1u'1- 111 1lu- 111l1l1-111 111'1ix'i1i1-s 111' l'11i1111 Ilig1l1 S1'll1Nll. l11 1l111 j'1'2ll' 1022 11'i1l1 IC1'1u-st H111-I1 11x Hx 1'111u'l1. 11 ll'illll 11111l1 lll11ll1'l1l 1'111' l'11i1111 illltl g111v1' il V1-rv 1'1'111l1111l1l1' 11111111111 11lA 11s1-ll'. lJ111'111g Ilu 1111s1 111'1-1115'-mx y11111's 1lu1 11'11111s 1l1111 l111v1' l'l1lll'1'Nl'lIll'1l llllllll l111v1- 111111l1- l11111l111ll lllx 1111'v 11111l 1111111111111 1'1-1'11g1111111111 1l11'1111g1l111111 1lu1 Ul1111 XZllll'Y l111' 1lu1 11l11l11v 11111l l1g'l11111gg llllillllj' 1l111l l111s 1'l1111'111'1111'ix111l 1lu- "lI'flIllll1'll.u I11 lfl2fi w11l1 l,2llll Sl1'llllll1'li1'l' 11s 1'11111'l1, 1l11- 1'1'11w11 11l 51111111 1 l111111l111111s 1-1111111 111 1l11 11111111 11s 11 11il1-1l llll EI 1'1-1-111'1l 111' 14 g:1111111x W1111 illlll l l111u- 1l1'l.1'iIl 111 illl 11111-11l'-s11111- s1'l11111l Sl11ul.1'si1l11 l'I'flIll 111'1'11ss 1lu1 Ul1i11, F1'1111li lflill-1'-V1',l ll-1'lc11sl11-lx' was llHllIll'1'1l by llvlllgl . , , . 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Ill l!l3i.1. 1lu111 111 151218. 1l11- N111'11- l11'111l11-1's.l11's1 l'11111l. lll1'll N11-V1-, W1-1'11 g11v1-11 11l111'1s 1111 1l11- ,Xll-S11111- l'll11x'1111 111' 1l111s1- f'1'2ll'S. -l111- lx11l111.1'1l11 111 lfl4l wl111 Ill'11l'l11'illlj' W1111 il Nl11l1111lxV1ll11-I 1111111 511111111 s111g'l1- l111111l11l 1'1-1'11i1'111l 1l11' I11111111' Ill. lJ1'lllQ' S1-l1-1'11-1l l'111' All-S111111 1'111'11g'11i1i1111. A 1'1-c111'1l Ill' l'11i1111's lllbfilllilll 111'l1i1'v1-1111-111s Xvfllllll 11111 lu' 1'1111111l1-111 llllll'SN 1111-11111111 was 111111111 11I' 111111 11lA 1l111 l1'11111111-11 11'l111 llilll 1lu' 1lis1i1u-111111 111' l11-ing' 11111111-1l 11s 1111 All .xlll1'I'lC2lll :l'Il2ll'1l l'1'11111 1l111 l'11iv1-1'si1.x' 111' l'i11sl1111'g'l1f1'l1111'l1-s "ll111"' ll111'111'ig': il llillll w111'li1-1'. il g-11111l s1111l1-111 Ellltl il ll'lll' u11111'1s1111111. XYl1il11 11111 1lu- l1ig'g11-s1 l1ig'l1 s1-l11111l i11 1l1ls111'1'11. 11111' 51-1 llll' 111111 wl1l1 1lu- 11111s1 V11 1111'111s. I lll41ll l111s lu-1111 1'1-111'1-x1-1111-1l l1y11-11111s11'l111-l1 l1111'1- 11lw11'1's 1l111u- 1lu111' lu-s1 11111l 111-11l 11111 lu-11sl1111111-1l 111' 1l11'i1' 1'111'111'1l. LINE: A1'1l1111' l.11y, R111111ld K11sse1'111z1l1, F111'1'es1 Criswell. Stanley C'l1l1111, Ii11l1v1't 1311111112 H1111 IJit'11l1 1211s K11l11s. UAl'IiI"Il'Il,IJ: lCl111111' 'l'l'lllJIlllllJ. liddie VV2ll'yl'li, l4ilWI'Pl1l'f' I+'e11'1'i1', ll111'11l1l Swigl-1'. H1111 Ii111'k ll0Ill'5' l"z1l11'iz11. .X111l11111y G1111g11l11. 1111111' furlff-11i111 1947 FOOTBALL RECORD SEPTEMBER 6-Triadelphia Starting' off tl1e season with a team that wasn't quite ready for action, Union fell before one of the best teams ever to represent Triadelphia High School, 27-0. SEPTEMBER 19-Central Catholic ' Uoniing' back after a loss, the Iromnen showed considerable improvement in defeating Ventral, l2-7. The team scored two touchdowns in succession in the last part of the third quarter after Trubiano ran for an 85-yard touchdown, which was nullified because of a penalty for clipping. SEPTEMBER 27-St. Johns St. Johns traveled to Ilnion hoping' for the first victory for the Green and White but the Ironinen, playing an impressive game. outscored them 26-7, and away went the hopes of the Ohio-side team. OCTOBER 4-Bellaire Playing' host to the Big' lieds from llellaire. and we do 1nea11 i'Big'," Union's lronmen held the visitors to a T-7 score. until the final quarter, when the Big: lieds ll1Hll2iQ1'Ptl to score another touchdown in the last minutes of the game, defeating a hard figllting' l'nion team. 12-T. OCTOBER 11-Follansbee .lonrneying to Follansbee the lroninen played "heads-up" ball in spite of injuries and the hzendieap of much heavier opponents. Follansbee's Blue XVave finally came out ahead, lil-fi, but only after beating back a stubborn Union Eleven. OCTOBER 17eWWhee1ing Still handicapped by injuries. laek of reserve material Hllfl much heavier opponents, Union was forced to yield to VVheeling"s Gold and Blue after putting' np a superior battle and scoring' first during' the first half of the ball game. The final score. 26-6. does not show the fight made by a team which played ball until the final whistle. NOVEMBER 1-Warwood The Vikings, seeking revenge for their defeat of last football season, traveled to Union where they took revenge by a 33-0 victory over tl1e unfortunate tlrangre and Blue. Perhaps the less said of this g'ill110 the better, and Union will hope for better thin,Q's next year. NOVEMBER 8-Cameron Coming back after a 33-tl defeat at the hands of NVarwood, Union rompcfd . . - 's over the Uanieron Purple Dragxnns for a 39-0 victory. NOVEMBER 15-Moundsville Endingg' a rather 1n'wuccessf'ul season. Union was defeated by a very much stronger Monndsville eleven in a sea of mud by a score of 41-0. page fifty CCACI-IES Arthur J-ones, better known to his friends as "Butch," has been coaching at Union High School since 1939. except for two years spent in the armed service. ulillftlln played end on the '31 Ilnion football team that won the West Virginia state championship. The next year he was selected as end on the Ohio Valley ' 1 All- football team and was named on tl1e nip thma State eleven. After completing' his high school ednc-ation, Mr ine a stnrlent at XVest Virginia Vllesleyan and graduated with a HS. degree. During his college yed end on the varsity eleven. Jones beca career he pla at 'A A i f it l Find awards for par fl playing professional ball. page fifty-ol1e Irvin Barnett was HIJIDOIII fl to tic 2 and position as assistant roaeh in l Mr. Barnett stnclied two wars it Bnnllu 4 ley, Ohio, then fI'HllSl9Ilf"il to the I Tennessee where he receixcd his B Se deffue While attendine eollc Q xt 1 I" tiri rating in as te 1 cl L SENIOR LETTEBMEN Henry "Nigger" Crebs Henry has proved hiniself valuable to this year's squad as end and eo-captain. Good on offense. and an outstanding de- fensive player he has filled right end position for three years. Henry "Punkin" Fabrizio Left halfback and a one-year letter- nian, Henry was a converted track man. Ile sparked the team as one of the fast- est backs in the valley. Arthur "Butch" Loy A one-year letternian, Loy proved to be a better than average end and was responsible for more than one long gain or touchdown. page fiftu-Iwo SENIGR LETTERMEN Donald "Duke" Marple llonzilcl, 21 Ollt'-XPHI' letterinzm, has played two years varsity ball and this year led the teain as tlll2lI'l9I'b2lUli on offense. Due to an anklei11ju1'y,'tD11ke" was unable to finish the season. Harold "Swag" Swiger A mlefensive I1ll2lI'l01'lJ2lL'li and El 0110- yvzn' letternian, Hnrohl uontribnteml greatly towzml stopping the opposition. Elmer "Foozie" Trubiano Uno ot' the be-st lialfbavks in the val- lvy,El1ner wasa wonder on rniniing' thn- hnll. A tliree-your lettermzm and co- vnptain of the team, his position will hc- mliffiuult to fill in next yezn"s bznflcfivhl. llll'1lCfifl!l-I hit! BASKETBALL TEAM niml nion nion ll ion nion llifill n ion nirm lliflil Iliflll llifbll niml nion niml niun lliilll :lion nion liiilll mimi RUN1' liuw: lima l!:ll'tIe-tt, MMV. Irvin H:11'llvtf. Asst, Vmwli. l"l':u1k l'uz1l1'. Hem Yisniv. Villli Viszir. Iftlllilid liilNSl'l'lll2lll. Iivnry 1'l'l'ilH. .Mlm Mujzvr. lid S111-p:l1'4l. ltuimlil Allrilllglil. .Xnllmny Hmngulal. Emil lilliH'ii'il. limi Spisivh, 1'u:lf'll .Inn Finns. Sreinmmn. ,wx Huw: 'l'u1n Ililkrlu, Gm J0i'illIlll. .iPl'4Hll1-' Hrvszllz. Huh ltmmr, Nmnlvy Vhlmi, .lam 1'ilSfiiUNY. 1"l'llllli Uvtiwsliy, Phillip Riedel. l.vruy hl1'l':ll1l1. Aluly l'llXYilll Sum 511111114-y, llolinld Iil'llIPil'2l. .lun-k Kzldy. Basketball Record of 1947-1948 fl II fl fifl Sl1el'1'z11'cl .................... ...... Follmlshe-v Moumlsviliv f1Zlll1PI'0ll ..... Xviltwiillg' St. John ..... Siste-I'sx'ilIv . xV2lI'XV00li ........ ...... Moumisvillv .... ...... XVill'PlilllLZ' Sfl'llbPllViHt' Wm-st I.ib01'ty l'l1z11'lvstm1 4' VPIIIVEII Vuthc YVA rwomi ..... 'i'I'l2llif'illiI in .... ...... ya - f n ll 1' livllmre . ........... ...... Martins Fe-r1'y 4. Iiethzlny ............... ...... Wlin NVeiIsburg ........... 05. IPS du. 41 351 '35 20 64 iii if! -H lil T1 '40 N 1 55 H -Hi 46 0 '38 335 533 Bob Barker VARSITY TEAM George Visnic Eddie Spisich Paul Cisar Johnny Mojzer Emil Rubich puyff' fifty!-fif1'f' Henry Crebs Ronald Albaugh Ronald Kasserman Anthony Gongola BASEBALL Union High School, as a member of two different groups of baseball teams. expects to see plenty of the "Favorite American Sport" during the coming season. In the first of these'groups, teams representing Moundsville, Vilheeling. XVarwood, Triadelpliia, XVest Liberty, Linsly lnstitutc, McKinley Trade and Union, make up what is known as the Ohio-Marshall County League and plenty of good baseball is played. Covering a little larger area, is the Ohio Valley Conference which has as members teams representing the Brooke-Hancock County League, teams repre- senting schools froin the Ohio side having baseball as a sport and Union. Even though many of' the Varsity players of last year were lost by gradua- tion and the team will need to be rebuilt, that t'Union fight" will not be lacking in the Hsluggers of 1948" -nv J TRACK Our high school has never gone in for track as a sport very seriously, but this year we hope to take part in track as a means to help increase the speed of the boys, as well as their athletic coordination. While we may not have boys that will be outstanding in track performance, they may still be able to build up increased speed which will pay oft' in both tl1e football and basket- ball games to come. The major meets in which the boys will participate are as follows: Ohio Valley Conference Track Meet-April 24g Intelligencer Relays on May 15 VVest Virginia Regional Track Meetw-May 85 VVest Virginia State Track Meet-May 15. In addition to these regularly scheduled meets the boys may participate in some dual meets with surrounding schools. page fifty-si.r wl- rim 1 A. ,lf 1 f. V5+:9, f FEATURES C' if ,fp f' J 1 X nk V1 X 4. My p11gf1'fiflj1-wr! SENIOR PLAY 'ii Left to Right: Eileen HOSSIIIHH, Jack Sfillflllllpf, Rosemary Krnpica, Nancy Rial, Bill Rider, Florence Stern, Mary Lou Phipps, Eva lvlartino, Joe Pavelka, .loan Mvfiardle, Henry Crebs. The Seniors gravv a sparkling' Ill'l'f0l'lllillll't', l3t't't'llllJUl' l2. NHT. as they pm-seiitc-tl their annual L-lass play. "'l'he tlromn Saitl No!" Tllings really upoppt-tl"aftt-1-Stew f1?llll9l'0ll hacl his inotlior aml ex-girl frieml, Vlara f'urtis. on their linees Slltlllllllg iniaginary aeroplanvs. His attempts to get riil of an "old flame-" aml to nialu-i his family at-sept Shirley Amlerson, army nurse lie-iitmiant wliom he rt-ally lovetl, was the plot about which the action l't'lli'Pl'9ll. SllIllllt'lllPllllllg' these four vliaravters were: An olcl spimstei' with hor own vit-ws on lifeg Stevt-'s father, VVill, who hail a habit of ln-ing: lllllll0l'0llS when lie shoultl be serionsg Patty t'anivrrm, a littlv girl with big itlvasg her sister, Virgrie, who was grettiiig' a "l10n1e-voniplete"g her boy friend, NVillie. who was se-elcing' mastvrlul stwiigtlig aml Eil Smith. the vllit-lien I'2illt'll lit-rn. STAGE HANDS The play vast owetl a grrvat tleal to the faithfulness of their two slagrv hanils, .lam-li Hossinan and Vharles Sibert. who helped malw the' protliwtion such a success. p1lg11'fij'l!l-vigil!! JUNIOR PLAY Milne- Mad Night." a comedy prcscntcd by the .lunior Flass. was dvfinitvly something new in class plays. llndcr the- dircction ol' liobc-rt llrindlvy, .lunior Vlass Advisor, Lady Iilacbcth, Priscilla, John Aldon, Slwrloulc Holmvs and a socially ambitious Mama with a marriagcablc daughtcr, along with a pm-rturbt-d colorcd maid, gave a young playwright and his ClllllPSl' lll2lllSt'l'V2llll a hvwildvr- ing and busy evening. 'l'o add to this group ol' cvccntric l'll2ll'2li'll'l'S, an un- scrupulous lawycr, dom-tor and supposcd nursv, a gangstcr, a young lady bcing 'lrailroadcd" into a mcntal institution. hclpcd provide an unusual and outcr- taining production. L 'l'llI-I l'.kS'l' Imu l'luIt1'r. lforrcst 1'riswt-ll: llifllfl. Hola Hartloltg .lolzn-.ll4Ian. .lollnuy Mojzm-r: l'l'iff"fll4l, .loanna Yaui: ,llr. Ilynlw, liounm-th Hatvwootl: lauly lluf-lwlll, lit-tly Jani- V1-aigg llr. lflltllrl. liill Slluttlvsworthz llrrlruvlf' l'lfll4'll, AlZll'KlIt'l'llK' Williams: Jllw. l"iu1'h, Millie Wilson: l4lll'ilII'. Phyllis Jovliunl: Ilwprawxion. lillu Mao llartrug: .ll1'.w. Ix'Iuwl.'. Phyllis R:lI'lil'l'1 .l1'f1'n:n.v If-urI.'f'. lloh Shiltsg Iluuny Nilrllo, Sam Mumlvy, payr' fifllll-Hflll' MINSTREL l"ucs'r Row: llenry Vrelis. Andy Brunner. Frank t'etkosky. Melvin Vlllllllllgllillll. .lack Schrunipf. Betty Starkey, Norman Logston. Forrest Uriswell. Hill Ukel. .lanies Wliipkey. .Iac-li Smith, Kathleen Robbins, Hill Sliultleswortli. Sam Muniley. .loe l'avelka. Holi Shilts, Ibonnld Marple. Sm-oxn Row: June Slonalcer. t'. J. XVelvli, Betty Stewart. Flossie Stern. Wanda Dawson, Nancy tletkosky. Juanita Tegarden. .lack llossinnn, Mike lfaillova. Walter Zein, JoAnn Tlionias, Nelle Swartz. Neltje Kettlewell. Wanda llavis. Gloria llet'rease. Joe Hurkliart. 'Pllllill Row: Holi Myers. Mildred Oliver. Hill lieegan. Lawrence lferrie. Gary Marc-hiolle. Martin luCf'0l'llllCli, Beryl Sigler. Betty .lane flraig, Iietty Urndoff, Jerry llllllll, AZIIICX Marple. Inek Trlluett. Rudy l':idula. Ulmrles Ukel, Italy Marple. Betty Kramer. l"0l'R'I'II Row: I':lt tlarvonic. t'harles Sihurt. llenry Fabrizio, llarry Keller, t'harles Sine. Johnny l'iZlllIlSlil, Hill Blake. David Mc-tllumplly, John Mugers. Holi Hart- lett. Boll MCt'ann, Roh Saligo, John Skvurka. Hill Rider, George llartolo- vie. Pete Slonaker. Betty tlelluer. Six hilarious end men plus a number of very talented students took part in the Sixth Annual Junior-Senior Machine Shop Minstrel presented in the Center Mclllechen School auditorium on the evening-s of April l5 and lti. The niinstrel, under the direction of Mr. Robert. Pastorius, was a huge suecess. Mrs. Beatrice Hart Dixon was the pianist for all musical numbers presented. 1100 II .Q 1, .r 1 ll HISTORY -OF CLASS '48 The history of the Class of '48 began four seemingly short years ago. on September 2, when we entered the portals of Union High School to conquer the world of learning. CThat was our intention, really.j Quite determined to get down to business, wc chose Mr. Pastorius as our advisor with: Charles f'ouners .... . .......Class President Ernest James.......... President Rosemary Krupica.... .......... .... Secretary and Treasurer Our class flower was the ever lovely American Beauty Rose while we chose blue and white as our special colors. "lf we can't find a way, we will make a way"-which well describes the Class of '48, was selected as our motto. After three mouths of loafing, as Sophomores this time, we again trooped up the now familiar steps. VVith funds gathered by sponsoring two dances and increased by the sale of liquid refreshments--better known to all of us as "pop"---we made this, our Sophomore year, as successful as the beginning, or, our green year. During our Sophomore year we found a "diamond in the rough" to serve us as president, not only for this year, but during the remaining period of our high school career. This "jewel" was none other than the energetic. effer- vescent, always active Henry Crebs. Then came our Junior vearg moving steadilv along the way, we managed - '. e U fr . to elect one of our classmates, Eddie Shepard, to the highest office among the pupils-President of Student Council. NVQ- also highlighted this year with our "Hold Front," a musical comedy. participation in the Junior Town Meeting of the Air, a hay-ride, and a skating party. This year, too, we were at last entitled to attend the great social event of the year-fthe Junior-Senior Prom. Our last lap of the journey, or our Senior year, found us busy with activities such as editing the '48 Messenger. raising additional funds for our book, presenting our Senior play, "The Groom Said Noll' and combining the talents of juniors and seniors ill presenting the Annual Shop Minstrel. We also sold football programs and sponsored a few school dances to aid the bankroll. Une of our outstanding activities was co-operating with the American Federa- tion of Musicians, who provided us with a twelve piece o1'chestra, for a free dance. Then came commencement, the Big Day, followed by that grand and glorious week--Senior VVeek. So ends the days of our years at Union, where as students we have worked some, played a lot, and now make ready to leave with few regrets, many high ideals, and many happy memories. NVe leave these halls, so dear to us, to those coming after us. Vile bid farewell to all our good times and bad times, and full of lusty life and burning hope for the future, we move into that larger world outside of the class room, with the wish that life at Union may move steadily onward and yon, who take our places, may find your days as pleasant as we, the Ulass of 1948 have found them, so, "Onward, sons of Union." page Sf-I'f!l-UNI' iqn fI'OC!llC,'Iffl Q UNION'S LEADING LADY FORMALLY NA NC Y MARPLE Gracious of manner. . . gl'3.l110l'0l1SiI1 looks. . . good in studies . . .these are but a few of the phrases that describe Union's leading lady, whose picture on this page is proof of the place she holds in the hearts of Uni0n's student body. p11'yz'.wi,1:t!l-flL'n igntrocfucing UNION'S LEADING MAN HENRY CREBS Athletic ...always active.. .ambitious . . . such adjectives give a general idea of the young person chosen to wear the proud title of Union's leading lnan. pflyf'Silly-ll1l'1'C CLASS WILL OF 1948 Being of sound mind and in good physical condition, we the members of the Senior Class of Union High School, County of Marshall and State of NVest Virginia, with strictly charitable intentions, Ckindness to dumb animals, you seej do bequeath our sparks of genius and flashes of intelligence to the under-graduates, and hereby do relinquish all claims upon the aforesaid possessions and the responsibility involved therein: Item Item Item 1-To the present Junior Class, we bequeath our chairs at the head of the classes and the front row at assemblies, witl1 the hope that they can really hear the programs of the future. 2-Our money making ability and schemes we will to the Sophomores. 3-Last, but not least among the classes, to the Freshmen, we will the hard knocks and bangs received from the entire school, plus our good looks, brains, and manners. Here's hoping the Freshmen can survive such a deluge. Item 4-To the Board of Education, we proudly give back the books which they were generous enough to force upon us. Item 5-To Mr. NVisemau we leave our record of being the best and foremost class of the high school Cwhether he realizes it or notj with the hope that in the future there will be a class as prominent as ours. Item 6-And to our beloved advisor, Mr. Pastorius fthe brains be- hind usj we leave a few memories, many laughs, and less hard work in the future, we hope. And now the personal bequests of the members of the Class of '48, to those whom they wish to especially honor: GEORGE BARTOLOVIC wills his ability to complete high school within five years to Pete Slonaker-Hope you make it, Pete. MARGARET BOZICEVICH wills her ability to get along with Mr. Brindley to Dorothy Hoyt. ROSE HEGEDUS leaves her quiet and mysterious manner to Betty Jane Craig. MILIDRED BOM leaves behind her quiet baby-like ways to Nancy McElroy. JACK SMITH wills his so-called intellectual ability to anyone who might need it. MARY LOU PHIPPS allil BETTY PALIISEK will their ability to get along together to Nancy Cetkosky and Mary Ann Stenda. BOB MYERS gives his Mr. Atlas physique to Stanley Chlon. BILL SHIIITS leaves everything he's got to his brother, Bob. PAT SPECHT wills her love for California to Mary Lou NVells. EILEEN HOSSMAN leaves her love for the men to her cousin, "B0oger" Hossman. GARNET MORRIS wills her love for Bookkeeping to the suckers that may choose to take it next year, and we do mean Suckersl JERRY MONCMAN leaves his quiet and subtle manner to Chuck Anderson. JUNE WAGENHOBIFER is giving her typing ability to Ann Gresko. GEORGE HKATS EYE" RYKOSKEY offers his pitching ability to C. J. IVebb. BOB SALIGO wills his quietness to Edward Calmbacker. page sixty-four JOHN SKYARKA leaves his ambition to be a niaehinist to John Mojzer. KATHLEEN ROBBINS wills her giggles to lllala Strawn. JOE PAVELKA wills his directing ability to Miss Goodwin. CHARLES SINE leaves his love for girls to Eugene Magnone. JERRY ULLITM wills her tiny feet to Mr. Barnett. JACK SCHRUMPF is leaving his dramatic ability to Jimmy Hossnian, al' though he might not need it too badly. HAROLD SVVIGER wills his bashfulness to Gus Kolas. PAUL CISAR leaves his basketball ability to Sain Chiffelo. JACK HOSSMAN is leaving his easy-going manner to Kenny Trussel. PAGE HENDERSON wills his "come hither. Sweet Babes," personality to Joe Burkhart. VINCENT KOVVALESKY leaves his position as bouncer at the Midway Theater to any student who feels that Tarzan up and at 'ein urge. 'NlYK"' - " ' " -- FRANCES McGLUllIPHY wills to Nancy Long her love for the -llIII,S Run Hollow. MARCELLA MORRIS leaves her lankiness and tallness to Evelyn Fabrizo. ROSEMARY KRITPICA wills her big mouth and sturdy lungs to tI1e remaining cheerleaders. Good luck. Gals! JEAN HILL wills her plaee as assistant librarian to her sister, Viola. BETTY FRANK leaves her brains and ingenuity to Patsy Yost. GARY MARCHIONE wills his place as the only guy in the Connnereial eourse. to one of the Gongola Boysg surely ONE will take something besides shop. DOBER VISNIC leaves his sporty clothes to Neal Alphonse. HENRY CREBS wills his football ability and place as Co-captain to Georgie Joehuln. MARTIN MCCORMICK and BETTY PASTORIIIS will their love for eaeh other to Beryl Sisler and Eniil Bubieh. FLOSSIE STERN wills her fabulous voeabulary to Pat Tribett. JIINE SLONAKER leaves her love for Miss Peel to Phyllis Joehuin. Good Luck, Phyll ANDY BRIINNER-V-alias "Doe" Blanchard, wills his knaek for football to Ted Henry. ELMER TRIIBIANO wills his viin and vigor to Eugene Dorsey. NELLE SVVARTZ wills her love for Haufe to anyone who thinks they can take him from her. Try and do it. TOOTIE SIBERT wills his lnanly build to Joe Chincheek. BUTCH LOY leaves Angie Whitlateh to any guy that gets her. ANDY and XVALTER ZIEN will their brotherly-love to Anthony and Victor Gongola. PEGGY HAXVKINS leaves her ability to keep CALM to Mary Catherine Holly. JOANNE KRONENBERGER, leaves to Betty Bannister a few pounds ol' her excess beef. CARL BAIIM leaves his slow motion stuff to tlighty Don Dellget. JOAN CHISON wills her bleached top-knot to Sylvia Bartlett. VINCENT JOSEPH DOLINAR relinquishes his quality of being talka'ive' to Alfred Riedel. JIMMY HAMM wills his smallness to Ronnie Kasserinan. GLORIA DECREASE, KAT. KELLER. BETTY KIIBECK. MARY KCRELAC. and NETTIE MARTINO leave their daily gossip period in Mrs. F?lllI'lQll,S lIHgEq3i.ITf!l'fl1Jf' room to any group of girls who can get away with it in Miss Goodwin's room without losing 50 points. EILEEN JABLONSKI wills her 3 study halls to Ella Mae Bartrug. RITTHIE OLSON leaves her immense appetite to Joan Grover. BILL UKEL wills his red curly locks to Janet Roreman. BETTY LEE ORNDOFF wills her tininess to Joan Niedemyer. NANCY RIAL and GERT. FINNEGAN leave their past love for Bob De Cola to any lucky babes that might get him. NANCY SAFFLE wills her tlirtatious ways to Joan Mulroy-who by no means is lacking in this trait. I BILL RIDER leaves his blushes to Forrest Criswell. EDDIE SHEPARD wills his technique in love making to Eugene Finnigan. HARRY RRIIRAKER wills his place in the band to some sucker . . . AH, lucky bird that gets it! JIIANITA TEGARDEN leaves her meekness to Phyl. Barker. MARY KITRELAC' wills her flock of ducks to .Ioan Jochum. QUACKI QUACKI JOAN IXICUARITLE leaves her typical American girl looks to Rose Ann George. NANCY MARPLE leaves with pride her nicknames of "Katseye" and "Booze Hound" to Lois Oser. HENRY FABRIZIO wills his swiftness and his breezy manner to Kenneth Gatewood. IIETTY STEYYART wills her knowledge of law, such as Will-making, to the Feature Editors of '49 . . . Heaven help them! LUIS ROHLMANN and SHIRLEY ROXVEN leave their seats on the ever- dependable Boggs Run Rus to the other students who make their way out the Hollow. A DORIS RITRSKEY wills her nasal congestion to Marie Sabalich. CHUCK WINNERS and RILL HICKS will their love for school and pin ball machines to two more of their kind, if such can be found. WILLIAM DEEGAN relinquishes his brilliancy to Robert Kostello. RWSE MARIE FINNEGAN, after five years, wills her love for good 'ole Union High to any Freshman. 5 DULORES GONGOLA leaves her ability to keep Fritz for herself to Mary Lou YVelIs, in the hope she can do the same with Bucky. NORMAN LOGS'l'0N wills his red hair to Mr. Craig. DUKE MARPLE wills his love for football to his brother, Ray. EVA MARTINO leaves her posistion in Murphy's to anyone who decides to quit t'ommerciaI Law and go to work. DOT MODLINSKI wills her monkey-business to Barbara Bosworth. In Witness Whereof, XYe. The Members of the Senior Class, have set our hand and seal on this seventeenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-eight C1948j. Signed. sealed. and published and declared as and for the last will and testament of the Senior Flass. in the presence of us, who. at its request have subscribed our nantes hereto as witnesses on the day and year aforesaid. NVITNESSES: HPORKYH the Pusher HSTEWI' the Stinger page s-imty-.sir S Senior Highlights oi Name Lois Bohlman Mildred Bom Shirley Bowen Margaret Bozicevich Doris Burskey Joan Chison Gloria De Crease Gertrude Finnegan Betty Frank Dolores Gongola Peggy Hawkins Rose Ilegvdus Jean Hill Eileen Hossman Eileen Jablonski Nancy Keene Kathleen Keller Joanne Kronenberger Rosemary Krupica Betty Kubeck Mary Kurelac Mary M. Lightner Nancy Marple Eva Martino Nettie Martino Dorothy Modlinski Garnet Morris Marcella Morris Joan McC'ardle Frances McGIun1phy Ruth Olson Betty Orndoff Betty Palusek Betty Pastorius Mary Lou Phipps Nancy Rial Jo Anne Ritter Kathleen Robbins Nancy Saffie June Slonaker Patricia Specht Florence Stern Betty Stewart Nelle Swartz Juanita Tegarden Geraldine Ullum June Wagenhoffer Nickname fnonej BONNIE STINKY MAR-GE DORIE BLEACH GLO GLO SKEET LITTLE HEINTZ GUNG PEG ROSIE TOODIE PORKY EI KEENIE KAT JOANIE DUMBECK KUBECK MARIE FRECKLES MYRT EVE MART DOT GARNIE MARC MCCART TISSA J EBBIE FIFI BETTA PASTY MAME KITTY KARR ROWR BULLDOG RED HONEY BUBBINS SPAR FLoss1E CRICKET NELLIE TEA JERRY YVAGEN pu-gc -Sf-l'f!l-.vI,"lfl'1lf I-Iobby Columbus Cooking Dancing Dancing Dancing C'ollecting records Dancing Skating Music Dancing Dancing Skating Skating Men Sleeping Skating Cooking Dancing Cheering Talking Sleeping Shows Dancing Skating Skating Dancing Dancing Dancing George Skating Dancing Loafing Mitchell Collecting pictures Dancing Men Dancing Dancing Flirting Loating Basketball Dancing Reading Don Dancing Driving Dancing '48 Can be found Home Walgreens Home Home Loafing Show Helen's Rink Studying With Fritz Vets Rink Rink Yoho's Reiley's Columbus Gloria's Moundsville Down Street Francey's Theatre State Yoho's Rink Rink Ukrain Club Lizzie's Home With George Drug Store Goo-Goo Inn Lizzie's With Mitchell With Martin Home Yoho's Court Grill Moore's Anywhere Down Street Down Street Home, sleeping Wheeling With Don Lizzie's Lizzie's With Vudge Senior Highlights oi '48 George Bartolovic Carl Baum Harry Brubaker Andrew Brunner Charles Conners Paul Cisar Henry C'rebs William Deegan Vincent Doliner Henry Fabrizio James Hamm Page Henderson William Hicks Jack Hossman Vincent Kownlesky Norman Logston Arthur Loy Gary Marchione Donald Marple Jerry Moncman Robert Myers Eugene McCormick William Okel Joseph Pavelka William Rider George Rykoskey Robert Saligo Jack Schrulnpf Edwin Shepard William Shilts Charles Siburt Charles Sine John Skvarka John Smith Harold Swiger Elmer' Trubiano George 'Visnic Andrew Zein Walter Zein Name Nickname Hobby Can be found SNOGER Bowling Pool Room BIMBO Loanng Glendale BLIMPIE Music Typing Room DOC Hunting Pool Room CHUCK Fishing Trapper's PAUL Sports Trapper's NIGGER Football 1569 Club SNUFFLE Sleeping In Bed VINCE Sleeping and eating Hard to tell PUNKIN Fishing Tony Babe's HAM Cats Lizzie's PAGE Swimming ll. A. Y. BILL Pin Ball Machine In Navy HOSS Loafing Car Barn VINCE Skating Roller Rink RED inonej Home BUTCH money Around fnonel Swimming Hillside DUKE Sports Trapper's - JOE Sleeping In Bed SQUINCE Photography At Culley's MAR-TY Driving Moore's BILL Taking pictures Anywhere JOE Women 11th Street BILL Sports Home A . KAT-EYE money Loafing BOB Swimming Pool Room JACK Sports A1'thUl"S SHEP Dogs Home BILL Sports Home GAR Shooting Rifle Home CATFISII Sports Trapper's JACK Hunting Moore's JACK Sports Pool Room BAMBI Football Leaches Dry Cleaning FOOZIE Swimming D. A. V. DOBER Basketball Rubich's Bar ZINC lnonel Home BUGDUST Sports iiOlll6 page si.rty-right CLASS PROPI-IECY " 'Round and 'round and 'round it goes. and what it brings, nobody knows." Certainly that little jingle can be applied to the future of the members of the Class of I9-IS, so le1's spin the Wheel of Fate and see what its whirling reveals. DOLORES GONGOIIA, now Mrs. Fritz Oser, is the mother of five sturdy children and is living next door to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Haufe. Mrs. Haufe you remember as the former MISS NEIIIIIE SNVARTZ, and the Haufes are the proud parents of twin gi1'ls. .IIINE WAGENHOFFER has finally convinced Vudge Mazelon that she is just what the doctor ordered, so they will be married in June, 1948, at the Boggs Run Church by one of her former classmates, the Right Reverend YVILLIAM JAMES OKIIE. GEORGE RYKOSKEY, owner of the Catseye Grill and Bar, has been having quite a bit of trouble with BOB SAIIIGO, Chief of the Benwood Police, as a clean-up or shut-up campaign is under way in Benwood. PEGGY HANVKINS has now taken over the V. F. W. Home in McMechen and has as her assistant, her fiance, who is Bob Hossman. JOE PAVEIJKA is employed as bartende1'. NANCY MARPIJE and NANCY RIAL are running a boarding house. Thev . . 4 - . E Q - rg I are still tending and flglllllllgf over ufiI't'9l11t',U while trying to see who can cook the best foodgfattening the "calf" for the kill, as it were. DOT MODIIINSKI has finally decided what her life career shall be. She has entered an eastern Convent and is now Sister Dorthea Maria. PAUL CISAR, Chief of I'olice of McMechcn and JIMMY HAMM, the Night Policeman, are having quite a bit of trouble keeping the kids off the steps of the former Yoho's Restaurant, now owned by JERRY IILLUM and BETTY ORNDOFF, whose doughnuts are famous for their large holes. BETTY FRANK has replaced Miss Cox at llnion High School, teaching most of the commercial subjects. VINCENT KOWALESKY has opened his own funeral home, with HARRY BRIIBAKER working as his assistant. JOAN McCARDI.E is editor of the McMechen Intelligencer and BILL SHILTS and CHARLES "'I'OO'I'lE" SIBERT have been hired as copy boys. GARY MARCHIONE is still typing his way to the top, trying to make an honest living. He is now private secretary to ANDY BRIINNER, Presi- dent of the Lifebuoy Soap Company. DORIS BIIRSKEY has opened the "Burskey Beauty Bar." Permanent waves are from 3910 up, while manicures and shampoos are somewhat lowe1'. Glamour guaranteed in six treatments. is her promise. MARGARET BOZICEYICH has finally received her degree as Veterinarian ' Surgeon. in plain. easily understood words-fa Hquack horse-doctor." page sift!!-Qiinf NETTIE and EVA are now well established in tl1e "Martino 8: Martino MIRACLE MASK MAKE-UP MANUFACTURING COMPANY." GEORGE VISNIC is now the No. 1 gambler of Wheeling, DUKE MARPLE is his "stooge." Both have recently come back from doing a. little stretch up the river as guests of the government. I BETTY STEWART, now Mrs. George XVhitecotton, has joined her hubby, an ex-Navy man, at their ranch in Iowa, where Mr. lVhitecotton is recupe1'at- ing from battle fatigue. ' ANDY ZIEN has his own orchestra and is now playing at the Steel Pier in in Atlantic City. He is known as "Zing Zangl' Zien. FLOSSIE STERN has become sole owner of the Grace Lee Shop, while KATHLEEN ROBBINS has been hired as clerk. EILEEN JABLONSKI is Head Nurse at the Reynolds Memorial Hospital, situated in Glendale, West Virginia. GEORGE BARTOLOVIC has graduated from Potomac State College with top honors-how he ever did it will be beyond all of us who knew him when-l CARL BAUM has replaced Kenny Pickett in the task of patrolling Glendale. Just recently he caught MARTIN McCORMICK speeding through that fair city, on his way to a Cigar Store. The reason for such haste, Ma1'tin's wife, the former BETTY PASTORIUS, had just become the mother of triplets! EDDIE SHEPARD and WALTER ZIEN are partners in their own business. They are manufacturing Ladies' Lingerie. HENRY CREBS is employed chief janitor, while JERRY MONCEMAN is night watchman, guarding all the Little Ladies' Undies. -IUANITA TEGARDEN, still an old maid, has just left for Alaska in hope of finding a little Eskimo to cheer her old age. JACK SMITH is a well-known dog catcher of Marshall County. VINCENT DOLINAR has a secluded home in the hills, where he is bootlegging his 10071 corn "Likker." We hear that NANCY SAFFLE, now Mrs. Joe Childs, is living i11 Indiana with her husband and has three "little Childs." BILL RIDER is out in Hollywood making cowboy pictures. He is now known as "Red Ryder? Several of our classmates are prominent in politics. WILLIAM DEEGAN is governor of our fair state, while BOB MYERS is running for Mayor of Boggs Run. BUTCH LOY is Fire Chief of Center Benwood. At tl1e annual festival to be held by the firemen, the FINNEGAN SISTERS Circus will be the special feature, while KATHLEEN KELLER is the fat lady. After being a college football star for four years, HAROLD SWIGER is now cleaning and polishing spittoons in HENRY FABRIZIO'S Barber Shop and Pool Room. NANCY KEENE is still standing around on the Campus in Columbus, Ohio, in the hope of catching her a man from Ohio State. pagc.Qeve1i.fy1 EIIMER 'IIRIIHIANO can still be seen early every morning. out milking his prize chickens. What a life!!! . JOHN SKVARKA has finally landed himself a job. Ile is now the garbage collector for Benwood, McMechen, and Glendale. Ilis assistant and helper is CHARLES SINE. YVe have word from New York that JIINE SIIONAKER is a glittering success as a. cigarette girl at JEAN HIIIIXS Hash House where JOAN UIIISON is employed as a torch singer. Also from New York--Oreenwich Village. to be exact, comes the news that NORMAN LOOSTON and l,OlS BOLHMANN are doing all right with their paint brushes, picturing only they know what! PAGE HENDERSON is still delivering mail for the llaltimore 63 Ohio Railroad. Also working for the railroad is JAVK IIOSSMAN, as Carpenter Foreman. McMechen now has a famous Motel. lt is known as the MORRIS K MORRIS MOTEL, and is run by GARNET and M ARUEIIIIA MORRIS. They have a well established system of motels all over the United States. FRANVES McGIiIIMPHY has been hired as chamber maid for the local establishment. As the wheel turns toward old Alma Mater, we find UHIIUK UONNERS and BILL HICKS still at Ilnion. Bill has replaced Mr. Miller as janitor, while Chuck has been teaching safety driving. How he ever got such a. job. teaching students to drive safely, is beyond me. MIIIIJREID' ROM is now librarian, while GLORIA DEUREASE has replaced Mrs. Crow in bringing up the Future Home Makers of America. ROSEMARY KRIIPICA and EILEEN HOSSMAN have just returned from an extensive tour of the country. t'Rosie" was hoping to find "Gene" at one of the many naval bases, but. alas fno such luck! Eileen was just looking for a man. PAT SPECHT has finally met her fate in the form of a prospector and they have gone to Ualifornia, in the hope of finding a gold mine and raising little Nuggets. SHIRLEY BOWEN is recovering very nicely from a recent auto accident she met with while driving thI'ough VVheeling. Although she has been driving for quite a few years, she still has not conquered the art ot' learning how to stop at crossings. MARY KURELAC' is proprietor of her own restaurant. She advertises 24 hour service daily and features JACK SUHRIIMPF as the i'hef-in-i'hief. while BETTY KIIIIECK has a bad case of dish-pan hands from her work as dishwasher. RIITHIE OLSON has become the leader of her own jazz band. She is not too well known as yet, but within another year she'll be right on top. ROSE HEGEDIIS has become a well-known novelist, having completed lib novels in the very short period of time she has been writing. So ends the tu1'ning of the Wheel of Fate. XYho knows what its revolvings may bring in the next ten years--as 'Round and 'round and 'round it goes. and what it may bring, nobody knows. 110118 Nf'fUf'HfH-IIH1 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY if. I 4 If in EILEEN HOSSMAN FLORENCE STERN JOAN MCCARDLE NANCY MARPLE Q , ONL ONQON Ki .. by . li. ,gf ESQ JAUNITA TEGARDEN JACK SCHRUMPF MARGARET BOZECIVICH I BETTY STEWART LOIS BOHLMAN ROSEMARY KRUPICA GARY MARCHIONE BETTY FRANK NANCY RIAL lfl 1' .v 1' I' V11 I ll - I rr rf I V .s J III 775 AUTQGRAPHS H Www J6.?f2igfz'f" 6252 . 5 ,p ,. 1 ,,,, ,' 442.921-5'-ffSf" ,. , ,ofaffkf Lglcfftia fu b if . O , ff' ,,1v' f if . V . 3 3 x n . Nj ff' M 'gzvwmgw . V . Q? page seventy-three AUTOGRAPHS Tlx am CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU CLASS OF '48 -1-kr Being: your class llll0f0g'l'2illll4-'I'-'XVO lmve l'0uml your willing' 00-0llPl'Hfl0ll and line spirit re-- sult in the final ll9l'f6'Cfl0ll of your Porfrziits. w-ki time WALTER SMITH STUDIO 1220 Market Street WHEELING, W. VA. us, to tliv fairulty and to each senior--be-st wishes fm itinuval slim-4-ss zmrl muvli prosperity in thc- l'llllll't 3 A X ' H- rs f - '9 u.ux'5 f:Fn i ix i i 'fi J , F i yf 1 X X I n i L L ww? 5 is RFP' f ,I ....,.,.. .,... buvrai n W VI A w as " GQ9' ', X42 Xe C, ,ais- ff 4' Ulusn ENTRY f 1' "J HN S OLLIER GAI " The slogan tl1at's iaaclzeci lay genuine goodness in quality ami service, the result of 43 years successful experience in the yearimoolz field. We find real satisfaction in pleasing you, the year- lmoolz publisher, as well as your photographer and your printer. JAHN 8 CDLLIER ENGRAVING Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Color Commercial Artists - Photographers SI7 W. WASHINGTON BLVD., CHICAGO 7. ILL. JOSEPH MACK KR B. 740 Main Street Benwood, W. Va. NUT HOUSE "' . GENERAL MERCHANDISE ELECTRIC APPLIANCES H. 8. S. Radio Service 700 Water Street Benwood, W. Va. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Ph Bwd. 267-W BLUE RIBBON CLUB i DEEGAN TOWNE TAVERN Benwood, W. Va. J kB1 ke, P p H. A. MORRIS A. G. FOOD CENTER MEDOVIC Boggs Run ir COMPLETE FOOD MARKET Phone Benwood 80 EVANS' PRINT SHOP Phone 465-J Bwd. Cor. Eighth and Marshall Streets McMechen, W. Va. John V. Moran Jusice of the Peace and Notary Public Phone Whg. 4785 151.3 Chapline St. Wheeling, W. Va. Rhythm Step Shoes GILBERTS SHOE STCDRE 1044 Main Street it Wheeling, W. Va. L. S. Good 8. Company Extends to the CLASS OF 1948 Heartiest Congratulations and Best Wishes in their Life Endeavors HINERMAN BROTHERS 'I' Moundsville, W. Va. GANDEEYS RESTAURANT Delicious Foo-ds and Seafoods Air Conditioned Moundsville, W. Va. WHEELING FLOWER SHOP 16th 85 Market Stre t Wheeling, W. Va. Phone Whg. 464 HADLY JEWELRY STORE Sixth Street McMechen, W. Va. R EIL LY' S FOOD MARKET 15-6th Street McMechen, W. Va, MAYS ELECTRIC CO. Hotpoint Dealers R C A VICTOR RADIOS 1 d S ' -B d 772 CHARLES N. HANCHER COMPANY Jewelers - - - Silversmifhs .L H. BEAM DRUG C0 ABLISHED Jefferson Avenue i Moundsville, W. Va. 1223 M k S eet Wheeling, W. Va 2 REXALL STORES HENDERSON FURNITURE co. DEPENDABLE FURNITURE Moundsville, W. Va. STAR CLOTHING GRACE LEE SHOP McMechen, W. Va. OUTFITS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY S-T-O-P at ARTHER'S CONFECTIONERY 801 Marshall Street Bwd. 465-W MARGARET ELLEN BEAUTY SALON Room 302, Pythian Bldg., 16th Stre Phone Whg. 9623 COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE I, PETERS PHARMACY 612 Marshall Street McMechen, W. Va.. MILLER'S GROCERY Groceries, Meats and Produce McMechen, W. Va. McMECHEN ELECTRIC COMPANY t . Westinghouse Dealer L E A C H ' S DRY CLEANING Corner at 10th and Marshall Street McMechen, W. Va. Geo. R. Taylor Co. Wheeling's One Store Elaine Hein Phil Gornik PHIL-LA-MARS BEAUTY SALON All Lines of Beauty Culture 16th 85 Market Streets BUS TERMINAL BLDG.-3rd FLOOR Woodsdale 930-W Wheeling 4102 . Bellaire 142-R Of Its Kind Wheeling, W. Va. For Phone Whg. 999 Women , , , Electrrc Appliance Servrce Co. and , Records - Washers W Radios Misses . Ironers - Refrigerators A Ranges 1009 Main Street Wheeling, W. Va. C 1. WASHERS omp lments Dexter - Maytag - Bendix of ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR3 STATE FOOD STORE NO. 7 MCCABES GROCEBY Marshall Street-McMechen Phone: Benwcod 299 Frigidaire Cgenuinej RADIOS Philco - Farnsworth - Arvin GAS RANGES Estate - Detroit - Jewel ELECTRIC RANGES Frigidaire SMALL APPLIANCES CALDABAUGH'S W H 9 EELING MAIN at 11th STREET Congratulates the Students of the Class of 1948 if if A' Phone Whg. 1353 For Smart Feminine Fashions C0ngff'm'afif'nS KENNEDY HARDWARE co. 1063 Main Street WHEELING, W. VA. POSIN'S JEWELERS , , , if iv if Complete Line of Sporting Goods if -k if 1306 Biarket Street Wheeling, W. Va. Phone Whg. 407 HENDERSON'S REICHARTS welfth and Chapline Sis., Wheeling, W. Va. Your Fcworite Furniture Storc t -k 1 BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER wif tix Tasty Sandwiches Delicious Homemade Pies Ice Cream, Sodas and Sundaes 1121 Main St. Wheeling, W. Va. Compliments Of Wheeling Aerie 344 ERATEBNAL ORDER of EAGLES 944 Main Street WHEELING, W. VA. McGRAIL'S JEWELERS 1212 Market Street MCLURE HOTEL BUILDING Wheeling, W. Va, HENRY MUSILLI Truck Service Co-al Hauling Phone Benwood 326 G, H. BARGER CO. Mounclsville, W. Va. NEW IVHDWAY THEATRE Marshall Street McMechen, W. Va. ALWAYS A UNION BOOSTER CANDIES SOFT DRINKS JOSEPH BROS. McMechen MAGAZINES PHOTO FINISHING Phone Bwd. 70 LINEBERGER 8. HUNTER CO McMechen, W. Va. GENERAL ELECTRIC Refrigerators Washers Ironers Dishwashers Vacuum Cleaners SMALL APPLIANCES E. LITTLE GBOCERY Benwood 218-R McCcLnn's Esso Service PAINTING REPAIRING I GREASING Phone Bwd. 385 DRAGANS PLACE Boggs Run Teenie Filaui-Prop. S. M. Bice 8: Co., Inc. Millinery Wheeling, W. Va. Ackers Restaurant Market Street Wheeling, W. Va. PAY-LESS CUT RATE Wheeling, W. Va. When Shopping for your PROM AND GRADUATION FORMAL go to KAUFMAN'S 28 Eleventh Street, Wheeling, W. Va. Sizes: 7 to 15-10 to 20 Everything for Welding and Cutting Industrial Welding Supply Co. l 2024 MAIN STREET Wheeling, W. Va. Complete Repair Service on all makes of Torches and Regulators Class Rings - - Class Pins Commencement Invitations GEORGE SPIES INDUSTRIES, Inc. 'A' CHICAGO, ILLINOIS STONE 8. THOMAS West Virginiafs Largest Department Store Congratulates the Members of THE CLASS OF 1948 upon completion of their High School Co-urse As you 1-mum' to manlloml mul 1V0lll2lllll00ll you will nmro anal nmre appl'vm-late the sc-l'viw that this storm' I'0llt10l'S the people ol ilu- llllm X alloy. COMPLIMENTS ofthe CLASS OF '48 CONGRATULATIONS! MAX CRONE 8. CO. 1310-1312 Market Street WHEELING AIRCRAFT SODA GRILL 721 Main Street Benwood, W. Va. 'A' FOUNTAIN SERVICE FOOD and CANDY 'Ir Phone Bwd. 9298 Compliments of Wheeling News Lithograph Co PRINTERS - LITHOGRAPHERS PHOTO-ENGRAVERS BOOK-BINDERS PHONE WHEELING 5480 1500 Main St. Wheeling, W. Vci. G. A. A. Hi - Y JACK MR. MCELRGY A FRED MOORE MR. BRINDLEY an F. DUBBS M. LAZARUS HERBERT DRUMM A. ARFIELD MRS. FAHRION .Mrs. Robert Pclstorius SPORTSMAN'S MARSHALL F. 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