Victory High School - Optic Yearbook (Clarksburg, WV)

 - Class of 1951

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T "--lag SALUTATORIAN PEGGY ANN EVANS VALEDICTORIAN JAMES HUPFORD WH, 'ew A N' ., 1 I , .v,.,, ...- - 3 We JOE MANCINA lPresldentJ Preparatory Course Hi Y Club 2 8 4 fvrce Pres J, Lan uage Club 2 3 Honor Society 3 Sec'y Soph Class 1, Pres Jr Class 2 Pres Sr Class 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 fCo Capt 3 4 J Football l 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Track l Boys' State 3 Boy of the Month 4 Glee Club l, Class Council 1 Christmas Play 4 Thanksgiving Play 3 GLORIA MENENDEZ Ksecretaryl Commercial Course Vlce Pres 1 Pres Y Teens Cheerleader l Booster lub Patrol Vice Pres home room 2 3 Glee Club 1 Sec' 3 4, Offxce Girl 3 4 G A A 2 sprrlt Committee 4 Honor soc 4 BETTY JEAN ABRAHAM Comnerclal Course Nat'l Honor 3 c 4 B nd 1 3 4 Glee Band oncerts 2 3 4 JAMES HUFFORD lvice President! Technxcal Course Class Pres l Class Vice Pres 2 4 Home Room es 3 H1 Y 3 4 Na 'l Honor Society 3 4 Spirit Comm 2 Basketball 3 4 Boy of the Month 4 Valedictorxan l Thanksgiving Play 3 HERBERT FRASHUER Ureasurerl Technical Course Band l 2 3 4, A' appella 1 2 3 4 Jr Play Thespians 3 4 Band Concerts 2 3 A' appella Concerts 2 3 4 Hi Y 2 34 VmePns 4 AH Rau A'Cappella Chorus 4 Audro Visual Class 4 Honor soc 3 4 Treas 9th Grade Stage Mgr Thesplan Contest Play 2 3 C1ty Clerk louth Gov't Day :RANGES AMCDIO Commerclal Course Y Teens l Play GATL ALLEN Dlstrlbutive Educat1on Hl Y l Home Room lPres I 2 Member Student Council 2 Red Cross l 2 Glee flob 2 Basketball 2 ast l Office Gxrl 4 Four H l EARL AUVIL General Course Track 1 Class Play l Art 4 BROOK: ANDERGOH General 'ourse Class Pla Basketball l 2 Football Baseball 3 GENE BAILEY Commerclal Course RUTH ANN ALTON ASHCRAFT Commerclal Course aec'y Treas Home room 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Band Concerts 2 3 4 Christmas Program JOHN BANKS Commercial Course Nrnth Grade Play Cast l Hall boy 4 FRANCES AKD I A Commercial Course. Pres Four H l, Y Teens 1, Pep Club l. Librarian 4. Glee Club 1 MARTHA BATES Commercial Course, Band l,2,3, G A A 2,3, Y Teens 1.2.3, Glee Club l, Four H 12 Pan' Concert 2.3 ' ' 'Pr.:.'-1:"z' . 3 - I , C . . : : . ' ' '3: U , : - : Y ' ' - ' ' 5 ' VJ". : I - -n- v3'4i Aids and Sound l,2,3,4: Treas. Sr Co 'Q : a ' .2.'. : :lub 1: J E 3 I'l: 4' . . . ROBERT BATES General Course, Auto Mechanics 3 Glee Club 1 2 ROMONA BIAS Commercial Course, Class Play l 3 Vice Pres Home Rm 3 4 Sec'y Home Rm l 2 Cheerleader l Sec'y Y Teens l Pep Club Art 4, Thespians 3 4 Four H l Glee Club l LILA BIBBEE Comercial Course G A A 2 3 4 Nat'l Honor Society 4 Glee Club Class Play 1 Librarian 4 EMOLINE BONNETT Comercial Course Class Play 1 Glee Club l 2 Concert 2 Honor Society 4 MARY FRANCES BOYCE General Course Glee Club 1 2 3 A'Cappella 4 Y Teens l Concerts 2 3 Christmas Play 4 DTCK BRAMER Technzcal Course Art 3 Basket LENA CHRISTOPHER Comercial Course G A A 2 3 Y Teens 3 4 Librarian 4 Glee Club l CATHERINE CIRULLO Comercial Course Spirit Commit tee 2 Y Teens 12 3 4, Language ub 3 4, G A A 2 3 4 Art 4 Glee Club l Cheerleader l Stage Hand l Chnstmas Program 4 RUTH CLAYTON Conrnerclal Course Home Economics Program l BETTY CIDFFMAN l2 Blble Club 2 2 Student Councxl 2 Play Commrt tee 2 Home Room Pres CHARLIE CDMPTON Technical Course Glee Club l 2 A'Cappella 3 4 All State 4 Concerts 2 3 4 Hl Y 3 4 Football 2 ball 1 2,fC8Pt31h, Football 2 3,4, Patrol Boys fCapt l Baseball 2 DALE CAIN Technical Course Sta e hand for play l Jr Red Cross 34 Foot ball and Basketball usher 2 3 4 LENORA GXAVIFGID Commercial Course Glee Club Y Teens l 2 3 4 Four H 1. Pep Club JAMES CLRREY Technical Course Track 1 Glee Club 2, A'Cappel1a Choir 3 4 Hi Y 2 3 4 Hi Y Basketball 2 3,4. All State Chorus, 4 Head Stage Mgr 2 3 4 Splrlt Committee 2 3 4 Concerts 2,3 4 . '4 :.....4: ' .S 2 .: - . ..: -.3 : - : 1: Cl ',-...',',:F.1.A.4g . S.....1: ' Comercial Course: Trl-Hi-Y Sec'y :-- S ..: .xv ." 'vi ' .- .SI . ..,: ' ' - 2- ' g..:g - ..S l .fi- LALRENCE D'ANSEIMI neral Course, Basket ball 1 Track 1 FRANCES FIIDLEY Preparatory Course. Glae Club l 2 A'Cappe1la 3,4, Jr Red Cross 3 Lan uage Club 2, Theapians 3 n 2 3 A Pres G A A Thespian Play 3.4, Home Room Pres 3 4, Y Teens 2 Nat'l Honor Soc 4 Concerts 3 4 JAMES DAV ISSCN Technical Course Art 3 Glee Club 4 Christmas Play 4 appella 1 State Committee 2 SALLY JO F IDYD Comnerclal Course Glee Club l 2 GAA 2 YTeens 12 PlayCom mittee l JOSEPH DE FAZIO Dlstrlbutive Education JOPNNIE FRAGALE Diatrlbutive Education, Glee Club BERNICE MAXINE DYE Commercial Course, Clase Vice Pres l Glae Club 1 Home Room Play 1 Annual Class Play 1 Parents' Ni ht Program 4, Nat' Honor Soc Glee Club 3 Prompter Jr Play 3 Glee Club .IOSEPHINE FLEIANO Concert 3 General Course PECZSY ANN EVANS Preparatory Course, Salutatorlan l Popularity Contest 1 Language Club 2 3 4 Red Cross 3 lSec' 41, Journalism 3 4 fNews Ed 41 Quill and Scroll 4 FRANK GIAQUINTO Technical Course Football 1 2 3 4 Honorable Mention 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Track l Glee Club l H1 Y 2 3 4 JIIMIE FERRANDO Dlstrlbutlve Education Glee Club PATTY GGJLD Colllllfcill Course, Glee club 1 2 A'C'PPClla 3 4 Langua e Club l 2 Concerts 2 3,4 G A A 8, Clegg Play l Y Teena 1 2 IIDROTHY FINCHAM CLARA JINE GREENE Conmerclal Course Glae Club 1 3 Y Tun' 1 C105 P1-'Y 1 SPN-H9 General Course, Head Cheerleader l Concut 3 Executive Ed 4 Adv 4 porter 3 Office Sec'y Band 1 2 3,4 Bend Concerts 2 3.4, Langue e Club 2 3 G A A 2 3.4, Y Teene Home Room Vlce Pres 2 3 Thespians 3 4 Thespian Play 4 Clase Play l will and Scroll 4 Glae Club 1 Optic Staff 3,4. Year Book Staff 3 4 Ge ' I . I! - . 4: sag ,:r.r.. .az : : : 2 A'C , . ...:- '.g 1: 2,3. .: 3 s : 3 ' 1. .: : . : : : ,.i . y.3l Nat'l Honor Soc. 3.4. fvlce-Pres. ' ., .5 F ' 3 Ill ...s : a - ll' : 1. . ' .5 fl ': . 5' f. 3 -I - : 3 , - .: .IlYr.:Rl- : : .. 3 s ' Y .:.... '- : - ..: .Q s : 1 5 3 W ROBERT HALL D1str1but1ve Education Football l ELGENE HI TCFKXEK Technical Course, Football l Glee Club 1 2, Concert 2 JORETTA HAMILTON Comercial Course, Y Teens 1 2 G A A 2, Concert 2, Glee Club l FRENCHALENE P-DIIELL Commercial Course Pep Club l Glee Club l Devotional Chaxrman Y Teens l Band l 2 4 Nat'l Honor Socxety 4 Band Concert 2 4 Play Commlttee LOUI S E HANNAH Commercial Course Nat'l Honor SOC 4 Glee Club l 2 A' appella 3 4 eensl234 GAA 23 Senor Trio 4 Language Club 2 Spirit Commxttee 2 Four H l 2 3 A11 51319 Chorus 4 wmmz HAGGERTY Class Treas l Class Play l Track l Basketball l 2 3 4 o Capt 4 All Tournament 3 Stage Mgr 1 RONALD HAPTONSTALL P aratory Course Band 1 2 3 Jfepaea ross 4 tTreas J Arr 4 OLIVER LEE HUFFMAN Techmcal Course Football l Class Play l Four H l 2 3 4 ROBERT HARDMAN General Course Class Play l 3 '11 Y 3 4, Thesplans 2 3 4 Home Room Pres 4 Red Cross 2 Hi Y Conference VIARGIE HYRE Commercial Course' Home Room S c'y l' Y-Teens 1' G.A.A. - A'Cappella l- Glee Club 4. RUTH HARDMAN Commercial Course: Cheerleader- Pres. Ninth radeg Ma Queen 1- Glee Club l Class lay l- G.A.A. 2' Patrolman lg Librarian . MARY INGRAM Ccmmercial Course' Y-Teens 1 23 4 Cogcerts 2- Glee Club 23 Four-H BARBARA JANE INSANI DORO H305 TW HUC K Preparatory Course' Red Cross Rep. 'Qistgibutive Education- Y-Teensl 5'3cf'Ee:!':y4g: E:riguE1:bchhGiA'A' . Q . , ' ' 0 ISec'y 3,415 Thesplans 4 lSec' . 413 Spirit Committee 4: F.T.A. Ivice Pres.4lg Nat'l Honor Society 45 Thanksgivin Play 35 Christmas Play 45 A'Cappel a Choir, IPlanistl 2,3, 45 All State Chorus: Thesplan Play 4: Home Room Tournaments 2 3,43 Concerts 2.3.43 Ass't News Ed: Bus. Mgr. Optic Staff: Office Girl 4 PHYLLIS .JENKINS D1 strlbutive Educat1 on JAMES JEROME General Course Home Room Treas Home Room Pres 2 IPKXSENE JOHNSON General Course Glee Club l 2 all Festival' Princess 4 Homecoming Queen" 4 G A A 2 Glee Club CPres D 3 Pr1ncess 3 Aay Fete 2 'Hall of Fame 3 Club l 2 Pep Club 2 Treas 3 Football Prmncess Dramatxc WI UAA LOUISE JOHNSTON General Course, Play Commttee l Y Teens l TONY KARAKIOZIS General Course BARBARA ROSALIE KARNIS Comercial Course Band 1 2 3 4 G A A 2 3 4 Band Concerts 2 3 4 'CATHERINE KARNIS General Course Glee Club 1 3 4 CLI F FORD KEARNS Preparato Course, Class Play I Thespnn p ay 3 4 A'Cappel1a ,4, Music Concerts SUE ANN KIDD Commerclal Course Glee Club Glee Club Concert 2 Four H l 2,3 Stage Hand l BERNICE KATHLEEN YIQBY General Course Glee Club LOU ETTA KNIGHT onmerclal Course Y Teens I .uprxng oncert 2 VIRGINIA KNIGHT Commercial Course Band I 2 3 4 Band Sponsor l 2 3 Drum Majore te 4 Elks Minstrel 3 4 Nhxz Kids Play 3 Ass't DITGCIOI of Play l A'Cappella Concert 2 3 Band Con cert 2 3 Red Cross 4 League for Servlce Follles 4 RONALD KOPP Technical Course Band l 2 Band Pres 4 Red Cross 2 3 Class Play l, Art 4 Band Concert 2 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 A Cappella 4 Y Teens l 2 3 4 Glee lub Concert 3 Play Cast l BILL KUHAR General Course Red Cross Rep 3 4 ' rl , 5 3 I 2.3. . 1. ' : " 1.2: I - . .4: IIF 3 1 ' : " A 5 . . . z 51-ig club 1242: GfA.AT 2.3: ' . " : . . . : : , .3.4: ' , su s C . ' . . : . 115' flip ff RUTH ANN uvmence ' f-" ff, ff -ff! ' Commercial Course: Y-Teens fPI'QS., lg Sec' Home Room lg Glee Club 1,23 I Class Play 1: G.A.A. 2.3.4: G-A-A. I Pres. 4: Splrit Comlttee 4: Usher Jr. Play 35 A'Cappe1la 3,4: All State Chorus 4: Nat'l Honor Soclety 4g Concerts 2,3,4. AL MCQUAID General Cour eg s T k 1' B k 1: Trophy best me I as .than athlete Freshman Year JOI-N LOPEZ Comercial Course, Football 1 Auto Mechanics 3 Track 1 JACK MAIDNE General Course Art 3 PETE LOPEZ General Course 'VIARY CATHERINE MANCINA Comercial Course Y Teens 1 2 G A A 2 Class Play l Glee Club 1 2 A'Cappella 3 4 Concerts 2 3 4 DARRELL LUY neral Course, Track BETTY MARKS Class Play 1 Langua e Club 3 4 Glee Club l 2 3 A'Cappel a 4 All State Chorus 4 Concerts 3 4 Red Cross l CHARLES LEESON Comercial Course MARY JO MARTIN Commerc1a1 Course Cheerleader Hunt ington '-hgh l 2 3 Cheerleader Vxc tory 4 '-lonor Society 4 F T A 4 Spirit Committee 4 Y Teens 1 KATHLEEN MCINNES Connex-cial Course, Pep Club 1 Glee Club l lBookkeeperl Pres Y Teens l. Treas Home Room l Gradu ation speech Ninth Grade G A A 2 3 4 Patrol l CARL MAXWELL Capt School .aafet Patrol 1 Jr Play 3 Thesplans 3 Thesplan Plays 3 4 Boys Glee Club 2 RO.-:E MARIE MAZZA JO ANNE McINTYRE Dlstrlbutive Education Preparator Course A'Cappella 3 4 KPianist 4 , Glee Club Piamst 1 2 G A A 2 3 4 fSec'y 31 Language Club 2 3 4 fwice Pres 2 Pres 31 S iz-it Committee 4 Thesplans 3 4 T espian Play 4 F T A 4CSec y Treas J Ted Cross 4 fPres Nit'1 Honor Society 3 4 KSec'y 4 , Home Room Pres 2 3 Soph Councll Jr Councrl A'Cappella concerts 2 3 Class Play 1.3, Home Rm Tournaments 1 2 3 4 Ass'st News Ed Optic 4 gap Tagazine Salesman 2 Youth Gov' 3V .:" .:: ... Ge ' 1 , ' ::..' ' ' ' ' General Coursey Ninth Grade Play lg - , 5 :. 5 .F ' .....: 5 " ..:' - -. .Z E : nl Q I- ,... .: .: . . ..:' . ". - ': ..4: ...: Z at . . IDA MENENDEZ Commercial Couree Glee Club 1 Pep Club Girl Reserves l PAT MESS INGER ROBERT LEE KXXE Preparatory Course, Football l 2 3.4, Basketball 1 2 3,4 Track l Ninth grade play Lan uage Club 2 3 Nat'l Honor Soc 3 4 I reas 4 Y 3 4 KSec'y Trees 3 Pres 41 Class Pres 2, Vice Pres l 3 Class Coun cil 4 Jan Boy of llonth. Youth Week Boys' State 4 Technical Course Usher at foot ball games 2 3 Usher at basket ball games 2 3 NANCY MICHAEL RCBERT LEWIS MGRE Art l 2 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Pres Spirit Committee 4 Best Boy Cheer leader 3 Comercial Course. Patrol 1 Red Cross 2 3 Band l 2 3 4 Band Con certs 2 3 4 Y Teens l Class Sec' 1 Cheerleader 1, Booster Club Glee Club l PATR ICIA MILLER CHARLES LEE DQRISON Technical Course Glee Club 2 Basketball Usher 3 Concert 2 Comercial Course, Sr Leaders 2 Jr Leaders 1 Secretary Jr Leaders Art 1 2 A LOUIS MIRROTTO JR KATIE NALE Conmerclal Course Language Club Committee 3 4 Band 3 Glee Club l 2 Concerts 2 Band Concert 3 Treas Y Teens 3 Technical Course Traffic Director 2 3 Usher 2,3 Stage Mgr 1 Hi Y 4 Glee Club l JOIHN MOATS General Course, Basketball 1 2 3 Football l 2 Track l 2 Drivers Training l Home Room Pres 1 Boys Glee Club fPres D4 Art 3 PAULINE NARDELLA Comercial Course , Stage Manager 1 PELEN NEME5 BETTY MCNTGGAERY General Course Home Room Vice Pres 1 Glee Club l 2 May Day 'Maid of Honor l Patrol girl l General Course, Y Teens l Uah Clase Play l Glee Club BILL NICPDLS Technical Course Heut Safety Patrol l, Football l.,r l 2 as et ball Mgr l Stage Mgr l Red Cross Rep 2 Home Room Rep 2 Clase Treaa l Basketball usher 3 Drlvera Train ing Couree l Band l 2 3,4 Spirit Comlttee Rep 2,3 4 Journalism, Optic Reporter 4 ,. 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'. ga u - 1 I - I a Z - I I F ' A a . . : 1 ni PEGGY HALLER NCRMAN ommerclal Course A'Cappella 3 4 Glee Club l 2 oncert 2 3 4 Class Play l Thesplan Play 4 G Y eens 2 3 4 Nat'l Honor Soclety 4 Language Club 2 3 Four 2 Cffxce glrl 1 4 N169 Pres Thesplans 3 Home Poom Pres 1 DICK NORMAN Technlcal Course Basketball Glee Club 2 A'Cappella 3 H1 lass Play l Art l Concert HFTTA ARCL NLWTER Preparatory Course Band 1 lub l 2 3 Language Club 3 Llbrarlan 1 oncert 3 Play m ttee 3 DONALD PLIVELICH Distributlve Education JUNE PRINE Dlstrzbutlve Educatlon Glee Club 2 Glee Com AARY ELLEN PULICE Dlstrxbutxve Educatlon teens l 2 'lass Play l Sec'y class l ommerclal curse Y Teens 1 2 3 Glee Cllb l Pep Club l PCBEHT ORR D1StIlbUL1V9 Fducatlon HARRY PUKEY General ourse CHARLES N RADCLIFF General Course Football 1 2 3 4 Co Capt 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Track l Art 4 Play Cast l Drxvers Ed ucatlon 1 Klngu N1nth Grade 1 school Boy Patrol 1 PETE PERRI ommercmal Course Basketball l Baseball 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 lCapt 41 Track l Patrol Capt 1 Basketball Usher 2 3 Honorable lentron All State All Conference Football Team Sr Chrlstmas Play JO ANN HUSER REBROOK CARROL R PHILLIPS DlStI1bUt1VE Educatxon Technlcal Course Maledxctorxan l Sec'y .reas 1 4 Basketball 1 ICO apt D L1brar1an 1 Novle Projec tor l Choxr l Class Play 3 4 Flay Commrttee 3 Art 3 Four H 1 2 3 4 Nat'l Honor Soclety 4 NANCY REBROOK Commerclal Course Glee Club l Teens l 2 G A A 2 3 Art 4 4 ' 5 V p' IAIA. 2.3: fl ' ' ' . . -H 1. .aa ' : 1: ': - -: '-Y 3.4: C 5 3 C 3. v-' , .2 fPres. il: G.A.A. 1.2: DELCRES CALDNELI. C'FlELD ' : : Y- DICK RITTER Preparatory Course Thesplans 3 4 Thespian play 3 4 Class Play 1 H1 Y 3 4 Audlo Visual l Glee Club 1 2 1C1ass Treas 3 Hi Y Treas 4 Prt JEAN ROLLINS Dlstrlbutive Education Glee Club ELXSENE ROACH Technical Course Basketball l 2 3 ICapt ll Football 3 4 Plays 1 A'Cappella 3 4 All State Chorus 4 Pres Home Room 3 4 Glee Club l Baseball 1 ROY SAYRE Football 1 Lleut Patrolman 1 Class Play 3, Thespian Club 3 4 Thespxan Play 3 4 JO N LESLIE ROACH Preparatory Course Thespians 2 3 4 Spirit Committee 2 3 Lan uage Play 2 FRANKIE SECRETO Football 1 Track Play l l rt Class ZELMA RCBILLIARD Commercial Course, Pep Club l Pres Home Room l 2 Glee Club 1 2 Secy Home Room 3 Most Popular Gxrl l Patrols 1 Coach Home Room Basketball Team 2 JOE SECRETO Technical Course Red Cross 2 3 Glee Club 3 4 JACK ROGERS Distributlve Education ROBERT W SHARPE General Course Football l Glee Club 1 2 3 4, Cheerleader 1 Stage hand l Band 2 JAMES ROGERS D1StIibUt1VQ Education DELORES MCNEMAR SHIPPLETT Commercial Course, Concerts 2, Red Cross l Glee Club 1 2 Class Play l Sec'y Home Room l Librarian l ELLEN ROLLINS Dlstributive Educatzon 2 LEAH JEWELL SKINNER Dlstributive Education . : ' ' . : -. . 9 . : . I 's' . : F : Club 2,3g A'Cappella 2,3,4: glass 5 : A 4: - . 5 '. I : 2..: , . . ' ' :2: 5 . i Splrlt Commlttee 2 G A A 2 3 4 BETTY LOU SMITH Dlstributive Education Dancing Club l 2 3. Chorus 2 Glee Club 3 Homemakers Club 3 Treas 3 Thesplan Club 3 ANNABELLE SNIDER Distributxve Education JOE SPATAFORE Technical Course Librarian 4 Play l Hi Y 2 3 Reading Club Cross 1 MARTHA TATE JOE TENDA Technical Course Ninth Grade Play 1 Hi Y 3,4, Basketball l 2 3 4 Football 1 KM r 41, Track 1 Patrol boy 1 Baseba l 2 3 4 Band 3, Mem girbO tic Staff CSports Ed 1 Glee u MARION THARP Preparatory Course Glee Club 1 A'Cappella 2 3 4 Concert 2 3 All State Chorus 4 Thespilns 3 4 Class Play 1 Class l, Red PETE Tl-'KMAS Preparatory Course Home Room Treas 1 Glee Club 2 A'Cappella 3 4 Class Play 1. Concert 2 3 4 Jr Red Cross l Football 1 Comercial Course Y Teens 1 2 A'Ca ella Choir 3 4 Glee Club l 2, A State Chorus 3 4 Office Girl 3 'Fantasy :fthe Hour' Con cert 3 Spring Concert 2 ALLEN STANSBERRY Dlstributlve Educatlon Paper 2. Football 1 ELMA RUTH Tl-DMPSON Glee Club l 2 Fall Nusic Concert 2 May Day Maid of Honor' l Home Rm Basketball 1 2 NANCY JO TIPPER Preparatory Course Home Room Pres 1 4 Y Teens lPres 1 1 Play l Language Club 2 3 4 Jr Play 3 Thesplans 3 4 hat'l Honor Soc 3 4 fPres 1 Glrls' State 3 Glrl of the Month Nov 4 Harrlson Co Red Cross Council l 2 3 4 lPres l 2 31 Jr Red Cross l 2 3 4 Four H 1 2 3 4 lPres 41 fvice Pres 2 31 HARRY W STOUT Technical Course Class Plays 3 4 Vice Pres Home Room 4 Sec'y Home Room 3 Basketball 3 4 ROY TODD Preparatory Course Jr Red Cross 4 CARL JAMES TENDA Technical course Football 1 2 EUGENE TELESI-ER Basketbal 2 1 B poogbul Mgr 3a:ebE:gkiib:i-TCS Q Preparatory Course Football l 3'4' Baseball M I 3 4 Hi Y 9 Track 1 Basketball 1, Class play 1 C1355 Trees lay Cast 1 Member Glee Club 1 2 Vice Pres School Opus Staff fgeporter and Assw Patrol 1. A'Cappella 3 4 All State Ed 1 4 61" 1 ihoiii :,,So2i::ts 33 Cross 3, Order of'DeMolay 3,4, Baseball 2 1 n ' 5 , S I a . : 3 ' ' E ' . .lf F g T ' . . 1 '- - Y. n 2 1 - I E , ,433 9 . 3 I I E 1 I . ' I I I . 5 D' 1 5 l YY . .I Z . Soccer 2: Track 3g Schgol , - v P ,' ' 5 . F . f' , 2 - 2 Z v 5 5 2. . . : F i l I .: E : I : T E ' 3. . : ' I I I .' g , I 7 - ' BRUNO VIZZARI General Course Football l 2 3 Basketball l Auto Mechanics 2 Drivers Coursel CHARLES WILKES General Course Football l Track l H1 Y 3 4 Sp1r1t Commlttee 4 Hall Boy 4 GLORIA WALLACE Commerc1a1 Course Home Room Play G KPres 45 Home Room 4, Y Teen 4 Y Teen 4 Art l Member 3 9 Rep 1950 Planning Conf Inter club Council Pres Glee Club Jr Council Y Tee 2 Home Room Vlce Pres 2 Pres 3 Christmas Pro ram EVELYN WILSON Distributlve Education PATTY WALLACE Commerclal Course Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club l Y Teens l 2 Sec'y Home Room 2 Band Concerts 2 3 4 Play Commlttee 3 or Red Cross 3 FAIREIMWIE WESTFALL Commercial Course Y Teens l 2 3 klnth Grade Play 1 Frrst 10 rn C ass l G A A 2 3 Language Club 2 Nat'l Honor Soc 3 4 Jr Cla s Play 3 Glee Club 1 2 A'Cappella 3 4 Grrls Double Quartet Gxrls Trlo 4 'Fantasy of Concert 3 Sprlng Concert .tate Chorus 4 Thesplans Pres 4, Thesplan Play 4 3 r the Hour 2 A 3 4 Vrce WILLARD WESTFALL General Course Auto Mechan1cs 4 Football and Basketball bsher 2 3 Husrc 1 JACKIE' NILSON Preparatory Course Y Teens l 2 3 Thesplans 2 3 Feature Ed Optlc 4 Play Cast 1 Junxor Play 3 Thespxan Play 4 Language Club 2 3 Gxrls Trxo 4 Accompanxst Glee Club 3 4 Glee 2 3 4 All State Chorus 4 Nat'1 Honor Soc 4 F1re Capt Youth Gov't Day SARA LANE WILSON Commercral Course G A A 2 Nat'l Honor Soclety 4 Sec'y Home Room l NINA ROSE ZINN General Course Glee Club l, L1 brarlan 1 hlnth Grade Play 1 Teens l Four H Club 2 3 Girls Double Quartet 3 Fantasy of the Hourn Concert 3 Spring Concert 2 A'Cappel1a Choir 3 4 Optic Staff 4 fExchange Mgr Ass't Feature Ed Typlstl Christmas Play 4 All State Chorus 4 SENIOR CLASS COLORS Yellow and Green FLOWER Yellow Rose MOTTO Each one 15 the Architect of hrs own future 1: .A.A. 2,35 -1 ns l, ,3,4 - . , z - . ,3. ' 4 ,v ' , i' ' ' 4: G.A.A. 2, g ' , ,4: club 1,25 A'Cappel1a ajfconcerrs 1 : . . . '.': 1 - p I - S . 1 E ' ' : S . ' ' 5 Il 5 ' 3 11- ' . I . . . ,3S " 1. ' . C ' - 1 . L ' - 3 ' 1 ' I :Y- . : , my closest possesslon PATTY WYCKOFF SENIOR CLASS WILL As our last days of school near and belng mlndful of the struggles and uncertain t1es of l1fe we do make publrsh and declare thrs our last w1ll and testament RLUH LAWRENCE soon to be Mrs Samuel R Bellote do hereby bequeath my locker 1n the center of 'T1mES Squareu to my srster CORRINE PEGGY NORMAN leave Vrctory to take care of my husband my house and my dog JOE SPATAFORE rellnqursh my prlvlleges as llbrarlan to CAROLYN SHORT Thls Includes the rlght to sneak out when M1ss Van Horn's back 1s turned and the r1ght to grab the newspapers and magazlnes and books before anyone els We NANCY MICHAEL and IDA MENENDEZ w1ll our everlastxng NINGHAM and LESLIE FERRELL RUTH ANN ASHCRAFT beqleath my squeaky clarrnetu and PIERCE NANCY JO IIPPER want to leave W1nged Vrctory my head fMaybe she can get more use out of rt than I dld I AL MCQUAID wrsh to bestow upon MIKE FAHERTY the hlgh gettlng Nrs Mart1n's coffee every mornlng e can get hold of them fr1endship to DENNY CUN good manners to HELEN with all 1ts bra1ns honor and pr1v1lege of I GLORIA MENENDEZ relrnqulsh to NORMA EWART the abllity to crack gum as only I can crack gum I HERBERT FRASHUER just g1ve to some bashful sophomore boy some of my methods of handlxng women I FRANCES AMODIE w1ll to the l 37 offrce g1rl the r1ght to comb MRS GLENN'S ha1r I BOB HARDMAN bequeath to JIM DAUGHERTY my ab1l1ty to amuse Mrs Morgan I JAMES JEROME leave to some Jun or who 15 go1ng to take flrst year typing all the scrap paper ln my desk for practlce use I CARL JAMES TENDA hate to leave but rn leav1ng I g1ve up all my good tlmes at noon hour to JUNIOR GIAOUINIA I VIRGINIA KNIGHT leave all the new dance routlnes I worked out th1s year to the maworettes of next year I RUTH HARDMAN w1ll to PAUL STARKEY that speflal way of uslng b1g blue eyes to a good purpose?99?997 I CARROLL PHILLIPS thlnk I nad better take everythlng wlth me that I recelved at Vlctory I Senato Lucas ILOUIE MIRROTTOD leave my ablllty to talk about anyth1ng to a needy person LEE ANN HAMRIC PETE PERRI wxll glve up my rrolng bootsu to someone wlth little feet I MARY JO MARTIN present my cheerlrg unlform to JERRY SKINNER rt 15 a perfect lt I FRANK GIAQUINTA leaxe Vrctory to become a m1ll1ona1re????? How? I don't know I DICK RITTER leave 1D hopes that CHUCK DAVIS and BILL SMITH w1ll rev1ve the Joy Boys I JAMES HUFFORD w1ll g1ve one half of my brains to ANDY GARCIA one fourth to the Blology Department for experJments and the other fourth I w1ll take wlth me After all I can't llve on my reputatron all my llfe fEspec1ally wlth BOB HARDMAN around I BOB LEF MOORE wlll my posrtlon as quarterback on the football team to RALPH HOLDER I JACKIE WILSPN leave my sen1or prlvllege to walk up and down the front steps all the poor Junlors who have been wantlng to do so for two years BILL NICHCLS leave my seat ID Ray's and my blg sm1le for all my teachers to We DELORES JUNE PRINE and PHYLLIS JENKINS w1l1 our naturally curly ha1r to those pool glrls who make p1n curls every n1ght I BETTY MARKS rellnqulsh to ALICE LASKO the pr1v1lege of walklng down the sen1or steps and temptlng the unfortunate Junrors I SALLY JO FLOYD berng of sound mlnd I thlnk wrll my ab1l1ty to s1t stxll dur1ng one of Macbeth's murder scenes to JANE MOATS I JIMMIE FERRANDO be1ng of sound mlnd and body dc w ll and bequeath my seat 1n Candyland every noon to anyone who has the ablllty to get a glrl there I BOB HALL w1ll my place as Red Cross representatlve from the D E class to the next smart fellow enterln P1erpont I JEAN ROLLINS wrl? my seat 1n D E to any brrght jUnl0r that would llke to have lt 1 I , l . ' ' 1 ' 1 1 ' I, , . . 1 . , .I I . 1 . 1 ' ' - , , 1 . 1 1 I T ,. . . . . ' J' ' ' ' . ' 1 - 1 1 1 I 2 11 ' 1 1 I ' ' . . ' 1. . 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' ' , , 4 1 1 1 1 !-r 1 ' ' , . . . , v . 1 1 - ,L . . . . . 1 A 1 T . . . 1 - 1 T -.- . . ,I . 1 . . 1 1 - 1 1 , 1 , , -, I -- Y I . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , 1 . . .I 1 '- 1 , . . . , J , . to - 1 I, .L , - , . , . . 1 1 ' N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 , . . 1 . . ,, . H . 1 1 1 1 - I ELLEN ROLLINS w1ll my seat to anybody that works up to my standards and any one that can talk any faster ANNABELLE SNIDER w1ll my long flngernarls to any glrl as jealous as I am DOROTHY HITCHCOCK w1ll my ab1l1ty to outtalk any female 1n Vlctory and my seat on the bus to GLEN HAMRICK GAIL ALLEN be1ng of sound mlnd and body do will and bequeath my future position 1n the Army to BILL ALLEN JAMES ROGERS w1ll my seat and good grades 1U D E class to PATTY MILLER We of the 1951 D E class MARY ELLEN PULICE JOE DE FAZIO DONALD PLIVELICH and JOHN FRAGALE w1ll our table 1n the D E class to the four most m1sch1evous junlors I BOB ORR bequeath my seat 1n D E to the f1rSt unlucky fellow who gets there We JACK ROGERS and ALLEN STANSBERRY will our brawn and bralns to anyone who will take them I JOAN HUGER w1l1 my shortness to all the JUUIOT glrls over six feet I EVELYN JUNE WILSON w1ll my Job on Murphy's llngerie and baby counter to a fem1n1ne D E student who needs a job I LEAH JEWELL SKINNER wrll my seat 1n D E class and my place beh1nd the counter at Murphys to ANNA COX I MARY FRANCES BOYCE w1ll my vocal LSCEHIQUG to some jun1or who w1shes to become a great s1nger I JOSEPHINE FUGGIANO w1ll all the trademarks of a senlor to TONY BELLOTTE I PEGGY EVANS w1ll my place 1n the Honor Soclety to any Jun1or who 15 smart enough to get lt We ELMA THOMPSON and FRANCES AUDIA leave our "g1ftS of gab" to MARTHA HAMMOND and VICKI SECRETO I BEPNICE KIRBY leave my get up and go to any JUnlOF who hasn't already gotten up and gone I JEAN JOHNSON Wlll my place rn chem1stry lab to anyone dumb enough to put her flngers on a hot Bunsen burner I BETTY COFFMAN leave my qu1etness and sweet personal1ty to JOANN PICCOLO who really doesn't need lt I PATTY WALLACE belng of sound mlnd I th1nk do hereby bequeath to ROBERT SHINN my beloved Chalr 1n band class I BERNICE BYE w1ll all the gray hairs I recelved 1D my senror year and there are plenty of them to any broad shouldered dark headed JUDIOI RETTA NUTTER w1ll to ROSALIE HARDING my naturally curly ha1r so she won't have to stay up all nlght f1XlHg hers JUDY LENORA CRAWFORD w1ll my g1gg1e to CATHERINE LOPEZ We RAMONA BIAS ZELMA ROBILLIARD and KATHLEEN MCINNES leave our eternal fr1end ship and noon hour conversat1ons to JOYCE FUOYD NANCY BOW and JOAN MICHAEL PATTY GOULD leave my 'alto qualrtyn beh1nd as a good example to all the jun1or altos I CLARA JUNE GREENE wrll my p0S1t1On as ed1tor 1n chlef to someone who is w111ing to burn the m1dn1ght O11 for the dear old ODtlC e MARY MANCINA and CHARLIE RATCLIFFE leave our place at the ra1l to a romantic couple PATTY MILLER hate to le ve Slhfe I have only one year to remember at Vlctory DELORES SHIPPLE leave w1th all the other marrled women to care for our husbands HARRY PUKEY JR leave thls motto uAlways say nothlng but always keep say1ng 1 BARBARA JANE INSANI w1ll my name as 'Flashu and the ab1l1ty to travel fast around the school to some slow sophomore GENE BAILY leave but I'll be mlSSlng observlng the g1rls' gym classes JAMES DAVISSON leave to go down 1n h1 tory as V1ctory's flrst great harmon1ca player e JOHN and PETE LOPEZ leave never to confuse our dear teachers aga1n GENE ROACH hate to leave Mrs Bell w1thout an outstanding bass PETE THOMAS leave to go 1nto the shoeshlne buslness JOE TENDA leave MARY JAYNE here to all the boys Darn 1t' the sen1ors of V1CtOIY Hrgh School w1ll leave the c1ty l1brar1ans 1n peace till the next 1nvas1on of senlors The senror basketball squad leaves thls motto to the future teams nJust keep on t y1ng ' that 15 for the state champ1onsh1p S1gned publ1shed and acknowledged by Mlss ROSE MARIE MAZZA as andfor for the1r last W1llS ln the presence of ug who in my presence of and 1n the presence of each other and at each request have hereunto SUbSCI1bEd our names as witnesses NINA ROSE ZINN BARBARA JANE INSANI MARLENE PHILLIPS I, , a. . 4 1 ' I' ' . . . . . . I, I 1 . 1 F . ' ll ll ' D I . ' i I' . ' ' .. 4 ' ' . I, NANCY REBROOK, do hereby leave my seat in art class to my DEAR SWEET SISTER, I' ' I 1 ,. , ' 1 w .' . ' ' I: . 3 . ' . ' . I, . T, ' ' I. . , ., ' ' , ' 't." I' ' . , . . I' I' ' I . . . i I' Q ' . .S . . . w'. A . ' . I. . . ' . I' I . . . I I, , . ' . We, . . . I . . . . . A r 1 ,I 1 , 1 1 I ' SENIOR CLASS HISTORY September 5 1948 arrived with its surprlse packages for everyone especially the boys and girls who were entering Victory H1gh School as sophomores The very first day we heard Prlncipal Lucy Barley give her openlng address and many of us realized that the years that lay before us could be good years lf we worked hard After the exc1tement of getting our books and trying to find the rrght class rooms had ended the n1ght of September 13 came It was the night of the Sophomore Class Party in the gym when the sophomores could get to know their fellow classmen and the faculty This was the first time a party of this type was ever given We elected Robert Lee Moore as class pres1dent James Hufford vice president Joe Mancina secretary and John Roach treasurer of our class Our next project was the magazine sale from which we made a profit of S377 67 Rose Marie Mazza won a wrist watch first prlze for selllng S65 65 worth of sub scriptions and Robert Lewls Moore received S5 OO for selling S54 30 worth of sub scr1pt1ons We elected Robert Lew1s Moore as our cheerleader Frank G1aqu1nta Joe Mancina Robert Lee Moore Pete Perri Charles Radcllff Dick Bramer and Charles Medina played their first football for Vrctory Joe Mancina Paul Wayne Haggerty Frank Glaquinta Joe Tenda and Robert Lewls Moore were the outstanding players on our re serve team Class Day was next when we moved up to the jun1or seats and watched the senlors march out 1h the1r caps and gowns Many were 1mag1n1ng what they would look like when it came their time to wear a cap and gown When the summer months ended we returned to Victory as juniors We elected Joe Mancina presrdent Robert Lee Moore v1ce pres1dent Glorla Menendez secretary and Dick Ritter treasurer of our jun1or class We gave the Thanks iving program this year and were proud of it The Christmas season was not far of and we began our Christmas card sales We made S278 75 profit on the cards Martha Tate won first prize S5 OO for selling 45 boxes of cards Leah Skinner received S2 50 second prize for selling 15 boxes of cards In November we presented the Junior Play Whiz gigs by Jay Tobias It was di rected by Miss Helen Davlsson The play A Ngtg tg Myself was given too The varsity team had several jUh1OIS on lt for there were only two senior players Paul Wayne Haggerty Frank nConky' G1aqu1nta Joe Tenda Bob Lee Moore Eugene Roach Jack Ewart John Moats Harry Stout and Charles Radcliff In April we were all very much saddened by the death of our beloved prrncipal Miss Lucy Bailey Everyone felt the loss acutely but Mr Bernard Sulllvan acted as a most eff1c1ent prlncipal for the rest of the year Mary Jo Martin entered our class from Huntington Central Hlgh School Nancy Jo Tipper was our representative to Girl's All State Joe Mancrna and Robert Lee Moore went to Boy's State The Junior Senior Prom was held May 19 1950 at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel The senior class were our guests Hienre Hammel's orchestra played for the dance The crowd was enterta1ned by the antics of the boys who were hypnotized by Mr Roy Miller Another class day and this time we all moved up into the senior seats We then were allowed to go out the front door for the rest of the year How proud we were to walk down those steps legally for the f1rst time There were eight junlors 1n1t1ated 1nto the National Honor Society They were Nancy Jo Tipper Faire Marie Westfall Rose Marle Mazza Peggy Evans Joe Mancina, Herbert Frashuer Robert Lee Moore and James Hufford Then at last our dreams were being reallzed We were now senrors We all were very glad to have Mr Edward Powell former prlncipal of Shinnston as our new prin cipal He 15 a graduate of Victory He has been dolng a wonderful J0b Of leading Victory Seven new members were added to our class th1s year They were Patricla Miller, Betty Lou Sm1th Charles Leeson Allen Stansberry Jean Johnson Donald Pllvelick and Joan McIntyre We now have two senior cheerleaders Robert Lewls Moore and Mary Jo Martin A Sen1or Party was held 1n the gym November 21 1950 The Mist etoe Hop was held at the Masonlc Temple w1th Bill Bookover's Orchestra Our sen1ors on the football team were Pete Perr1 Frank Gxaquinta Robert Lee Moore Charles Radcllff Charles Medlna Dick Bramer and Eugene Roach Joan Johnson re1gned as Queen at V1ctory's first Homecom1ng Game which was I ' I I 0 I I I I I I ' v . 1 D v ' . I . . . ' , I I . I I a 1 . , , 9 0 " ' I . 9 D 9 ' . 1 . l I , . g . . . . , . I . 0 C - . , - . . Joe Mancina, junior, and Carl Tenda, senior, were co-captains. Other junior stars were I I I I I I I I 0 . I . , . - , . I V ' ' ' 1 . ' , . 1 . ' - . I ' , ' ' . , , ' . . , , I . 1 , s , A 9 I I ' f . . played with Buckhannon We ordered our holidays began M went around holding We elected Joe came vice presldent Sayre's Studio rrngs October 1950 and they arrived just before the Christmas Paul Hess was in charge of orderlng the rings All the seniors out their hands so the1r under classmen could see them Manc1na president again for the second year James Hufford be Gloria Menendez secretary and Herbert Frashuer treasurer was ready to take sen1or pictures Miss Eura Gray was in charge of making out the schedules Soon the students were bringing their pictures to school to show everyone Many passed out billfold pictures to their fellow classmen The Senior Council 15 composed of the class officers and the presidents of the senior homerooms Miss Candace Davls was 1n charge of the Christmas play 'What Do You Know About Christmas?' in which the senior cast explained the seven symbols of Christmas The varsity had a pretty good season winnlng the Section 6 and Region 2 tourna ments The stars of the team were Paul Wayne Haggerty Joe Mancina, Frankie 'Conky Giaquinta Joe Tenda Robert Lee Moore and Harry Stout Joe Mancina and Wayne Haggerty were the co capta1ns The team went to the second game in the state tour naments and were defeated by Beckley who won the state championship There are eight married g1rls 1n our class They are Ruth Ann Alton Ashcraft Delores Caldwell O'Field Peggy Haller Norman Joanne Huger Rebrook Sara Lane Wilson Dorothy Gray Fincham Delores McNemar Sh1pplet and Sue Ann Kidd The Natlonal Honor Soc1ety 1n1t1ated s1xteen sen1ors 1nto its society December 20 They are Sara Lane Wllson Peggy Haller Norman Loulse Hanna Barbara Insani Bett Abraham Mary Jo Martln Bernlce Dye Jack1e W1lson Lilia Bibbee Frances Find ey Emol1ne Bonnett Frenchalene Howell Ruth Lawrence Gloria Mememdez Gloria Wallace and Carroll Ph1ll1ps Nancy Jo Tlpper was chosen November's Girl of the Month by the Clarksburg's Wome Women's Club The Kiwan1s Club selects a boy of every month from Victory High School They chose Joe Manc1na in October James Hufford in November Herbert Frashuer in December, Robert Lee Moore in January Robert Lewis Moore rn February and Pete Perri in March Two more will be chosen before the end of the year Jack1e Wllson Rose Mar1e Mazza and Herbert Frashuer were chosen to represent Victory March 27 1951 for the c1ty's Student Government Day Jackle acted as Fire Capta1n Rose Marle as Street Superlntendent while Herbert took over the City Clerk's b o Two seniors 1n the journal1sm class Clara June Greene and Pe gy Evans were honored by be1ng accepted as members of the International Quill an Scroll Mrs Llllie Morgan was in charge of the Senior Play Ramsgcklg lgn a mystery play It was g1ven May ll 1951 Now at last graduatlon is at hand It is May 28 1951 a day all the students will remember forever AUTOGRAP I .I I ' .I'. . . I I . I I I I I I I I ' l U a n, . I I I . I I , . ' ..I ' 'I'. I I I I I I I -I I 'I' I I I . I . I , . .' : . - I .' ' , 3 . l.. I I 9 I I I CLASS PROPHESY As I look 1nto the crystal ball I can see what the future holds for the V1ctory class of 1951 Dim the l1ghts and draw the curta1ns We must have complete s1lence Sh h h a p1cture 15 formlng It's quite blurred Ah h' It's COmlng closer closer closer Now I see lt The year 1971 Can lt be? It 15' None other than our own handsome ROY TODD wearing a wh1te un1form rubber gloves a llttle wh1te cap and a mask over h1s mouth CNo lt 1sn't Hallowe'en J Doctor Todd 15 bein assisted b NANCY JO TIPPER, who 15 serving her apprentlce sh1p at the Good Samar tan Hospita They are operat1ng on CHARLES RADCLIFF who worked so hard at D'ANSELMI'S MOTOR COMPANY that he suffered a breakdown The studlous looklng g1rl standing there mak1ng tests 15 none other than FRANCES EINDLEY I never knew that she was a med1cal technolog1st MARTHA BATES RUTH CLAYTON CATHERINE CIRULLO and PEGGY EVANS are the women 1n wh1te Ch1ef supervlsors are KATHLEEN MCINNES and KATHERINE KARNIS Of course Mrs Radcllff KMARY MANCINAJ 15 by h1s s1de constantly I see that FAIRE MARIE COMPTON st1ll has that dreamy vo1ce Now she uses lt to tell her llttle g1rl fa1ry tales wh1le CHARLIE S1tS dreamy eyed l1sten1ng Charlie and PETE PERRI both are successful englneers They went to the HUFFORD School of Eng1neer1ng you remember JAMES Seems he lnherlted a lot of money and set up a school of his own 1deas some of the near baldheaded professors are DALE CAIN JOSEPH DE FAZIO JAMES FERRANDO HERBERT FRASHUER 1S the Dean H1s pr1vate secretary is none other than LOUISE HANNAH The picture swltches to the far country of Ind1a There 15 the 'Wolves Clu OLIVER HUFFMAN proprietor In Ind1a they have more than one w1fe Some of the faces in thelr harems are SALLY JO FLOYD JORETTA HAMILTON FRENCHALENE HOWELL and PHYLLIS JENKINS Other members of the club are CHARLES LEESON TONY KARAKTOZIS CLIFFORD KEARNS ROBERT HALL and ROBERT HARDMAN RETTA NUTTER a m1SSl0DarY has been try1ng to reform them but to no avail That's why they left the Unlted States CHARLES WILKES who 15 world famous 3V13t0I w1ll br1ng them back COm1ng over the a1r waves we hear the famous comedlan BRUNO VIZZARI w1th h1s protege CARROLL PHILLIPS As a famous torch slnger we hear NINA ROSE ZINN'S sultry vo1ce s1ng1ng the nHot Rod Race ' Her sponsors are the LOPEZ BROTHERS who own a local dr1ve 1n Also on the same plane are two other V I P 's They are ROSE MARIE MAZZA and BARBARA INSANI who although famous duo p1an1sts are Stlll Uncla1med Treasures ' The crystal 15 pla1ner s1nce we're back 1n the states but lt 15 a sad s1ght 1n deed' I see the HAHPTONSTALL Morgue's hearse golng toward Sard1s Other undertakers are BILL NICHOLS CHARLES MORRISON and MARION THARPE Walt they're go1ng to AL McQUAID'S house Seems that Al thought he knew all of the pr1ncipals of being an electr1c1an but he stuck h1s f1nger 1n a socket and electrocuted h1mself There stands h1s bereaved w1dow the former MARTHA TATE Now I see a great mass of people Let me th1nk why there's PETE TTDMAS carry1ng a shoe sh1ne k1t He 15 a member of the nShoe Sh1ne Un1on W Other members are CARL TENDA JOE SECRETO HARRY PUKEY AND JACK MALONE JOE SPATAFORE and VIRGINIA KNIGHT are now d1rect1ng a chorus l1ne Some other cutles are JEAN JOHNSON MARY JO MARTIN PEGGY NORMAN RUTH ANN ASHCRAFT BETTY ABRAHAM and FRANCES AUDIA Next to appear 15 a w1stful looklng couple Yes 1t's PATTY MILLER and WAYNE HAGGERTY They Just went 1n to BETTY MARK'S Jewelry store to look at r1ngs ANN GOUUD and CLARA JUNE GREENE are superv1s1ng a nursery I see l1ttle BOBBY LEE MOORE Jr staylng there wh1le h1s mother and dad went to a basketball game BOB 15 now coach at V1ctory and Bobby's mother 15 the former WJACKIE' WILSON JOE TENDA JOE MANCINA and HARRY STOUT are now play1ng professional ball Tenda plays basketball and Manc1na 15 g1v1ng lessons to an Anderson lad who 15 BROOKS ANDERSON'S son Brooks was an outstand1ng left handed pltcher ROBERT LEWIS MOORE lS one of today's top artlsts He has a stud1o all his own 1n the new bu1ld1ng owned by DONALD PLIVELICH H1s recept1on1stS are MARY INGRAM and MARGIE HYRE The custodlan lS DICK BRAMER CARL MAXWELL 15 the new p0llCe ch1ef Another c1ty pol1ceman 15 PATRICK MESSENGER who was rewarded recently by Mayor GAIL ALLEN and State Governor JAMES DAVISSON for sav1ng the Jewels of MARY ELLEN PULICE who marr1ed multi m1ll1ona1re DAVID RIFFLE DICK RITTER a learned draftsman drew up the plans for the Riffle mans1on wh1le GENE BAILEY d1d the landscap1ng A small vlllage 15 beg1nn1ng to appear 1n the crystal ball It is the tiny commun1ty of North V1ew Why there are several people that were w1th the class of '51 BILL KUHAR 15 the grocery clerk there 1n the Friendly Cred1t Store JOHN BANKS is the barber wh1le ROY SAYRE tries to flll the vacancy in the dentist's office left by former dentist CHARLES MORRISON Doctor Charles is now on a CIUlSe around the world Roy has never had any pract1ce and here comes h1s f1ISt patient Why 1t's EIMA THOMPSON Elma alwavs was a brave q1rl 1n H1oh School so 1f she can't take lt . . 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' ' they'll have to shut the business down The cobbler is FRANK GIAQUINTA He always had a strong arm EUGENE HITCHJOCK 13 the barber and he is lending money to CHARLES HIBBS who at one t1me was a successful oil magnate in the heart of the west but now has gone bankrupt BOB BATES lS on a frelght train 'hoboing' around to see more of the world Speaklng of tralns TONY KARAKIOZIS is the ch1ef engineer on one of the large B and O dlesels Tony always l1ked to blow a whistle LILA BIBBEE who obtalned her vast knowledge and library training from Miss Van Horn is now work1ng ln the L1brary of Con ress in Washington She's trying to find a good book for the HONORABLE SENATOR LOUI MIRROTTO to browse through Senator M1rrotto got ln trouble the other day for trying to out talk the Speaker of the House FRANK SECRETO is able to take care of himself these days H isn't the marrying Speaklng of blondes EMALINE BONNETT is keeping books for her home budget and lt always comes out even BETTY MONTGOMERY has profited by the loss of her husband H left her a beauti ful mansion on route 50 He also left her all of the bills to pay JOHN MOATS is still in the United States Army helping Uncle Sam keep world peace Sometlmes he entertalns the boys alon w1th some other barber shop quartet members Croonlng w1th hlm are ROBERT ORR JAM S ROGERS and JACK ROGERS CARL 'BLUBBER' TENDA 15 the ambassador to No Man's Land He speaks three dif ferent languages Everyth1ng has gotten hazy now and nevermore will the future be revealed AUTCG AP . e type so he gave the blonde who thought it was leap year the slip. I . e - ' R H S CANDID SHOTS THAT TELL A STORY A r C o ff 1 I Wiilfmwvo Twfx f S VICTORY CHAPTER OP HI Y Plctured are fleft to r1ght top rowl Chuck Dav1s Jack Hart Ronnle Kopp Herbert Frashuer fV1C6 presi dent? Joe Tenda Lou1s M1rrotto Second row Denny Cunn1ngham Frank G1aqu1nta James Hufford Carmen Romano Jun1or G1aqu1nta FI8hC1S Mlrrotto Andrew Goldsmlth Nathan Bauld Third row Joe Spadafore Bob Hardman J1m Hurst B111 Compton Les11e Ferrell James Currey Bob Moore Kpresldents Philllp Rossana B111 Allen J1m Daugherty fsecretary treasurer! B111 Sm1th and Co sponsor Bernard Sulllvan This organ1zat1on 15 the teen age branch of the Y M C The years act1v1t1es lnclude a tr1p to the Hi Y con ference at Jackson's M111 the sponsorlng of a H1 Y basketball team the v1s1t1ng of the several churches represented 1n the organ1zat1on and a H1 Y banquet whlch was held 1n the Vlctory gymnas1um . u . n . ' 9 .1 ' ' I' , Q o . . : ,Q l 0 , 0 0 , 2 l 9 9 0 : I I . I ' I . 1 Bottom row: Co-sponsor, Paul Hess Eugene Trusler, J ,Q ' , . o ' I , o 1 , ' " ' 0 l l 1 l 1 0 ' o 1 , Y TEENS Pictured are Kl to r J first row Norma Holbert Wanda Whaley Elizabeth St1er Mary Karnis Eloise Trusler second row Shirley Dingo Frances Bailey Lenora Crawford Kath Knlght Eleanor Smallwood Catherlne Clrullo Glor1a Wallace Miss Helen Upton adviser Year's Activities Thls organization made streamers for games Three g1rls attended Y Teen meeting at Jackson's M111 They also made paper turkeys to stand on trays for St. Mary's Hosp1tal on Thanksgiving erine Karnis, Nancy Moore: third row: bhyllis Pictured are K1 to r I Barbara Jane In Frances Flndley Kpresidentl Mary Jo Mar tin Rosalie Cummlngs Rose Marie Mazza Csecretary treasurer! Joann Prccolo and Shirley Jean Dingo Seated is M1ss Eura Gray faculty sponsor Year's Activities This group helped Mr Nuzum at the pop and candy stand at all home basketball games attended a meet1ng of the Classroom Teachers of Harrison Count wrote letters to members of the legis ature asking support of the b1ll to ra1se teachers' salar1es and studied at regular meetings 'The Other Slde of Teaching ' FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA sani fvice-presidentl, Catherine Cirullo: 1, i J SPIRIT COMMITTEE AND CHEERLEADERS Plctured are fl to r I Carolyn Short Martha Drummond Carolyn Hupp Nancy Bow Joan M1chael second row Rose Marle Mazza Barbara Jane Insanl Ruth Law rence Jane Plccolo V1rg1n1a Lorla Bob Moore Barbara Wllllams Mary Jo Martln Nancy Zeck Beverly Wycoff Patty Grey nolds Marcheta Moats thrrd row Tony Bellotte J1mmy Galnes Gene Streets Glorla Menendez Charles Wells Charles Wllkes Edna Cooper James Currey Joe Manclna Gordon Bowman Phyllls Dee Knlght Year's Act1v1t1es The commlttee sells football programs gets ads for the pro grams sponsors thuses provldes the Cheerleaders wlth unlforms adds color to the cheerlng sectlon presents an award to the senlor athlete who has the hlghest scholastlc average for the four years purchased book 'School Act1v1t1es W for school llbrary Cheerleaders Plctured are Cl to r I Robert Lewls Moore Barbara Ellen W1ll1ams Carolyn Hupp Beverly Wyckoff Mary Jo Martln and Nancy Zeck 1 + I ak ' I I l . 1 I I 1 s rc I ' o n a,o 0 - ' ' . 2 ' . 1 1 1 I .1 ' , a : 2 I 1 0 Members not in picture: James Lovell, l 1 I 'D 1 l 1 . I 1 9 ' " I 1 1 7 . 9 1 ' sue ' ' . , l . . I .1 ' ' ATIONAL I-IO OR SOCIETY Pictured are fl to r I Nancy Jo Tipper Ipresi dentl Peggy Evans fvice presxdentl James Huf ford Jackie Wilson second row Faire Marie West fall Lila Bibbee Betty Abraham Louise Hannah thlrd row Frances Flndley Carroll Philllps Barbara Insani bara Jane w11S0h fourth row Joseph Man Mazza Csecretaryl, fxfth row Emol1ne Bonnett Mary Jo Martin Frenchalene Howell Glor1a Memem dez sixth row Herbert Frashuer Ruth Lawrence Peggy Haller Norman and Robert Lee Moore ltreasurer Activitles of this organization for the year 1nclude the presentation of a S25 scholarship to one of the students in Honor Society gradxng of the Washburn Soccio Adjustment personalxty tests to the sopho more class the selling of Christmas cards the making of basketball programs The Socxety gave a public iniation and had a dinner and initiation for a junior member Members have started a book of clippings of activities as a file of present past and future students of Victory High School J cina, gernice Dye, Gloria Wallace, Rose Marie THESPIAN TRGUPE PlClUfEd are fleft to Ilghtl Flrst row Elrzabeth atrer Joyce Shreves Janet Pierce Nancy Jo Trpn lomona Bras Clara June Greene V1rg1n1a Lorra arre Marre Westfall lvice p esrdent Second row Carmen Romano Herbert Frashuer fPresidentJ Rendell Duncan James Daugherty B1ll Smrth Leslle Ferrell Drck Rltter Robert Hardman Carol Drumpus Thlrd row Bellotte George Liptack Cllfford Kearns Peggy Haller Francrs Findley Barbara Lrnsbeck Jean Drumpus Fourth row Nancy Bow Itreasurerb Twyla Dodd Nancy Michael Carolyn Hu p Rose Marie Mazza Barbara Jane Insanr lsecretaryg Mary Ann Julian Joseph Sxmonette and dr rector Helen Xenakis Not pictured ls Jackxe W1lson Betty Messxnger Mary Martha Perrl John Roach Roy Sayre Marlan Tharpe Eleanor Balle Norma Canfleld Jo Rrtter Elrzabeth St1er James Schmidt Mary E1leen Sayre B111 Reeves, and Gene W1lson Actlvltles The Thesp1an troop gave a three act play 'Mother Is A Freshman New members were inltlated durxng February ' ' , . , ' ' er, - ' . , , . . . . , F . ' . - : ' , : C Charles Moore, Fugene Right, Francis Mirrotto, Tony Reading left to right to . are News Editor Pe Evans, Reporter Billy Nicho s Executive Editor ara June Greene Second row Feature Editor Jackie Wil son Exchange Manager and Ass't Feature Editor Nina Rose Zinn Associate Editor Rose Marie Mazza .hlrd Roach Sports Editor Carl Tenda Fourth row Reporter Marlene Phillips and Sports Editor Tom Marandi Peggy Evans and Clara June Greene were accepted for membership into the Quxll and Scroll, International Honorary Society for hiqh school journalists This staff has published the monthly paper and this annual Y, SY' row: Associate Editor Barbara Insani, Reporter John JR BRANCH OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS Pictured are fleft to rightl First row Barbara Lough Dale Cain Second row James Schmidt lvlce president! Barbara Lantz Patty Wetzel Rose Marie Mazza fpresldentl Third row Nancy Jo Tipper Jane Moats fsecretaryl Mar Eileen Sayre Fourth lsponsorl Others in the or anizatlon are Ronald Haptonstall Itreasurerl Bil Kuhar Roy Todd Robert Hall Twyla Dodd Steve Kovach Janice Gill Constan tine Evangelinos Janet Caussin Year's Actlvities One hundred percent enrollment of students sold stationery as money making pro ect completed two friendship albums sent more han 00 I row: Clov 1 Heldreth, Donald Tipper, Miss Eura Gray LANGUAGE CLUB Plctured are Ileft to rlghtl First row V1rg1n1a Lorxa Betty Marks Allce Lasko Nancy Jo Tlpper aecond row Catherzne PLIUIIO Nancy Bow Joan G bazza Joyce Floyd Patty Dennlson Barbara Martln Thlrd row James Daugherty Etta Jane Ervin Kent R1ggs fp:-es1dentJ Andrew Goldsmlth Jon Moore James Hurst rourth row Rose Marxe Mazza Barbara Jane Insanl Lesl1e Ferrell Theodore Hupp Roy Phillxps Steve Kovach Flfth row Nancy Amsler B111 Sm1th Nate Bauld Gene Hickman Betty Tasker Mart1n Not plctured are Lona Bell Bryner Rosalie Fummlngs Flovls Heldreth Barbara 'ough V1rg1n1a AcFarl1n Janet Caussxn Jane Mearns Ruth Gulas Frank smxth Harold stewart Mxchael Faherty Jon James ochm1dt Rose Barbarlo Carolyn Hupp Nancy Gasklns uhlrley Denham Ellzabeth Stler Chuck Moore Boy Messarls Robert Knlght Jean Dingo Alberta Law son Jeannette Plerce and Peggy Evans Year's ACtlVlt1ES The Language Club sponsored a trlp to the Planltarlum and a banquet A . I ' I. . ' 1 A . v : - , , am- ! I . 1 . 1 ' : I . . . Q I F l 'U v . - . D .I U .I I ' - ., ' : I ' . . , and Jeannette Pierce. Standing is director Wanda . . . , n V . ' V . I , B ' . . . , . . I f . Q . . A 'I I ' F -I ' A 1 - N A I .1 . n - . I A Q ! . I I . I . I I - , . IMPORTANT PEOPLE TEACHERS OF JICTORY AND SUBJECTS THEY TEACH Mrs W1n1fred Bell Choral Mus1 A185 Ruth Ellzabeth Brown Brology and Physlcal Educatlon Ar Charles Brummage Amerlcan Hlstory and Phys Fd Mr Charles Chllders Bookkeeplng I and Typlng and Buslness Pract1ces M1ss Candace Dav1s Am HlStOIY Art Mlss Helen D Davlsson Eng lO Journallsm Pub Speaklng MISS Antolnette Ernst Eng ll M155 Eura Gray Prob ln Am Democracy Mr Paul Hess Bus Math Plane Geom Senator Walter A Holden D1str1but1ve Ed Mr Kenneth Mlttong B1ology Ars L1ll1e Morgan Eng 12 Mrs Wllma Norman Eng lO ll Mrs Wanda Martln Latln I II and French I II Mr Robert Nutter Band D1rector Mr John Nuzum Shop I II III IV Mrs Ethel Pa1ne Nome Fc I II III Ars Ruth Ann Pyle Typlng I Shorthand Bookkeep1ng Salesmanshlp Com Law Ar Bernard Sulllvan Physlcs Chem Consumer Sclence M155 Helen Upton Algebra I II Trlg Bus Math M155 Grace Van dorn Llbrarlan Mlss Helen Xenakls Typlng Shorthand Mr Rlchard Young World Hlstory Phys Ed SOP I-DMORE COUNC I L Presldent George Lrptack V1Ce pres1dent Ted Hupp Secretary and Treasurer Teresa Perrl Members Mary Jane Snodgrass Ruth Gulas Patty Dennlson Donald Colburn Joe S1monette JUNIOR COUNCIL Presldent Jlm Daugherty Vlce presldent B1ll Allen Secretary Nancy Bow Treasurer Barbara Lough Members Blll Sm1th Jun1or Glaqulnta Tony Bel lotte Rosalle Cummlngs Al1ce Lasko Carolyn Short SENIOR COUNCIL Presldent Joe Manclna V1ce Presldent James Hufford Secretary Glorla Menendez Treasurer Herbert Frashuer 1embers Frances Flndley Nancy Jo Tlpper Bob Moore Eugene Roach OFFICE GIRLS Glorla Menendez Mary Jo Martln Jean Johnson Barbara Jane Insanl Peggy Norman Frances Audla Frances Amodle and Joan Mrchael LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Lena Chr1stafore Joe Spadafore L1la Slbee John Roach Carol Ph1ll1ps CANDY SALES Carolyn Short HALL BOYS Kenneth Cooper Charles W1lkes Gene Balley Wlllard Westfall Louls M1r rotto John Banks Vlncent Carfora Dlck Bramer 4 1 r . . . .ng ,. . . o 1 '-f1 1 1 . . . , . . . , I , , 1 . 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E-4 no 0 sggg' H8 I-L I xiao! .ECUNUC 430- 'C 3 P I uc s UNH I E BA D MAJORETTES Reading left to right are V1rg1nia Knight Rachel Fazzin1, Jan1ce Gill Martha Drummond Carolyn Hanna, Mary Martha Perrl, and Joyce Shreve GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO Pictured are First Row left to right Nanda Whaley Norman Patty Newbrough 'arolyn Short Maxxne Booth Loria Joan Michael Thresa Perrl second Row Barba a Nancy Jo Tlpper Katherlne Lopez Rosalre Cummrmgs Q th presrdent Clara June Greene Nancy Zeck Marcneta Aoats gadls Connie Garcia Jeanette Pierce lara June Greene aussxn Janice Holder Dolly Morano Fourth Row Manc Maxine g1n1a farnls Lawrence Patty Janet v Armstead arole Drumpus Barbara N1lliams Barbara Lantz Imogene urrk Not Pxctured are Barbara Jane Insanl fsecreta yJ Joy e rloyd ftreasurerl Nancy Bow lvxce presldentl Rose Jlarle lazza Dose Earberlo Lena Christopher Martha Drummond Joan Gantazza Ka h ryn Este Carolyn Hupp Clovis Heldreth Mary Ann Jullan Yatnleen Mclnnis Marlene Phillips Joan Pxccolo Beverly Wolfe Glorla Wallace Nxna Hardman and director Ruth Brown Year s Activities The Gxrls Athletlc Assocxatxon 1 l Y . . : ' . ' , , .. , ' , 'Jir ' ' ' . ' . 'A . ' f 7'v . ' Wetrel, Third Row: Shirley Tomes, Mary Calafatis, Vary Geor- C I . - ' . .I V : - C . " . . A' . , r ' C , . . . W- . H 6 - . . - - - 4 A CAPPELLA CHOIR Pxctured left to rlght First row Twyla Dodd Martha Tate, Hester Martln Louise Hannah Phllllp Rossano Ruth Lawrence Jacqueline Wllson Rose Marre Mazza P1an1st Peggy Haller Norman Second row Virgrnla McFarl1n Falre Marxe Nestfall Paul Starkey Nrna Rose Zlnn Carl Riggs Blll Allen Carolyn Hannah Rose Barberro Nancy Bow Thrrd row Barbara Lowe Fran ces Flndley Phyll1s DeKn1ght Georglne Korpeas John Propst Jxm Daugherty Tom Merandl Barbara Insani Ann Gould Joyce Floyd Betty Marks Fourth row Eugene Roach Marlon Tharpe Rondell Duncan John Roach Norman Steele Kent Riggs Herbert Frashuer Charles Compton Eugene Trusler Jlmmy Stuart Pete Thomas James Currey Members of the complete choir are Blll Allen Rose Bar berlo Nancy Bow James Bee James Currey Charles Compton James Daugherty Twyla Dodd Rondell Duncan Frances Frndley Patty Gould Joyce Floyd Robert Gas ton Carolrne Hannah Jack Hart Barbara Insanl Cllf ford Kearns Georglne Korpus Phyllls Knlght Barbara Lough Ruth Lawrence Jane Moats Vlrgxnra MacFarl1n Mancrna Hester Martrn John Propst John Roach Gene Roach Carl Rrggs Kent Rrggs Phillip Rossana, Paul Starkey James Stewart Joyce Shreve Norman Steele Eleanor Smallwood Eugene Trusler Marion Tharpe Pete Thomas Martha Tate Jean W1lson Jackre W1lson Fa1re Westfall Nrna Rose Zrnn Okre Rrchards Jean Cork Nrna Hardman Marrlyn House Katherzne Karnls Vrrgrnla Lynch Patty Newbrough 'oan Trusler Mary Ellen Sayre Phyllxs Tenda Steve Kovach Ruth Chlpps Em1ly Mulllns Mary Frances Boyce Peggy Haller Norman Year's Actlvrtres Public appearances were made be fore the Klwanxs Club Lxons' Club Rotary Club Daugh ters of the onfederacy Columb1ans Civltans Noman's lub Delta Kappa Gamma Kelly Mrller Hxgh School Roosevelt Nrlson dlgh School Brldgeport High School Salem High School Moose Armlstlce Program County Concert Spring oncert All State Chorus Amerlcan Legion Tom Merandi, Betty Marks, Rose Marie Mazza, Mary C, ' DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLASS D1str1butive Educatlon has been 1n exlstence ln V1c tory High School for three years and lS now paylng off Many of the students are still holdlng the jobs se cured during their school days and many have recelved promotions This year's class has averaged S1600 per month 1n earnlngs w1th several hundred of th1s belng saved through the school savings plan As a part of the year's act1vit1es the class vislted the state cap1tol to see the legislature in actlon and was graciously received by Governor Okey L Patterson Part of the group went to Pittsburgh where they stud1ed selling and advertising in some of the large department stores The entire class attended the Merchants Fa1r in Falrmont to further their study of advert1s1ng and display Senator Walter Holden co ordlnator and teacher of d1str1butive educat1on says UD E has now been well al proqram It has helped financlally so that manyboys and g1r s could f1n1sh their last year of hlgh scha l Members of the class from V1ctory Hlgh school are Gall Allen Joseph De Fazio James Ferrando John Fragale Robert Hall Robert Orr Jack Rogers James Rogers Allen Stansberry Dorothy Hltchcock Joan Hu er Phyllis Jenkins Jo Ann McIntyre June Prlne Mary Ellen Pullce Ellen Rolllns Jean Roll1ns Leah Sk1nner Annabelle Snlder Evelyn Wllson Donald Pl1v1l1ch and Betty Lou Smlth I , . . established and plays an important part in our education- I I I I I I . Y I I I . I I . ' . Z 2 "' ' 0 , 0 , 0 a s , ' 9 I I ' hav 4 .L N.- Z- X -Q vs ,px M' .A 7' 4.- if ,vo . rw U. A 'Os NX: 4 7' 44 N., .,f"' x. -Q. w +I x KN., T 'Qs .ff 1950 P-4 H a C C M- Q U I- -All 'XLJE Y Ken L -4 '4 .C Wheeler Dale Tenda I' P9 f 1 P sh die Ed in I' E u Q4 JOE derson inne 0 C-K 'Wil-0 -4 LJ .Cdl I 1 41 n M N4 ad -4 6 -4 UU-1 A-VJ: m an u -4 ll fl AJ H UQ I at 5--A 1 -4 M Q4-4 4 OH WD '7 1 44 :C O I-L-4-I C3 U-4 Ch I U. J: -4 Eu Ed letzel H0011 Bob O lder H0 n o 1 h R ph 42 F-4 ui UOP4 J 44 -4 4 M- -4 ll'-1 C-4 readl ooper oup Ken F n I ck H1 nald Do Brimer Dick Coach Dick Younq q R o vgEG2 AHC .2Z'E 1: CL LJ P- X0 Cl HKD U- - - u E3 'E A EA u u . A a m v-a -a A Hr- L LJ U LJ Hn: -'11, 1-U A o c n 1 c n .o A o Q D 2 a - 6 o . C 2 0' -2: E.. m 0 x o -I-1 I DJ w s .E.c I J: m Lg "4 U A.a -A c v - u o c 0 : Q 'Um I-ish. E- E Q 8 - lilo-l NP- S: " :lo A A ang 25 H U0 ag 'C ' IC 00 I0 ILO I-1.C 1 : A E a lj ua in : :E 1 I m m A I o - n U UE 2 .H ..g .8 , 'U gurl H u 0 m OI'Z v-4 t 0 0 m D.: Q -ao E 0 H-u . -QE'-4C 510 54 CII'-40 E 6 3 H H0 oo. ' ' I 0 U A-ll 'D O I BI gh Ill .D u c P- In 0 0 U .fs 5 B4 - H o .u . -454 H 8 0 m org N .QU E JI 0 O -v-4 E ID -OJ 6 H2 um on m . uc-AMC S H-a : 0 - ,SE 0 c 0 sua H E at M 0 51 GEOG a L c . U . 0 'C u H m A . MZ. r u m .O o .C --1 0 , : sg 2 u H : OEUJ- 'af DQ.-- O H u c LJ 7 H FOOTBALL SUMMARY As the leaves began to fall and old man football came out once agaln rrom h1s dungeon the students returned to school The blg boys spent many weeks of hard practice headaches heartaches and Joys under the coach1ng of foot ball masters Coach D1ck Young and Asslstant Coach Charles Brummage The V1ctory Eagles opened the season when they started on the gr1diron field to match their football w1ts w1th Parsons High to return 1n high sp1r1ts after defeatlng them 13 7 Elk1ns led by the1r star quarter back Sherman defeated the Victory Eleven 31 7 at the Wash1ngton Irvlng Stadlum Thls was the second game on Vlctory' schedule An lmproved team snapped back from a defeat at the hands of Elklns to out flght the Sh1nnston Spartans although they lost to Shlnnston 26 7 In the Weston Vlctory game Victory's only touchdown came when Bob Moore threw a pass to Roach ln the end zone and the Mlnutemen won 30 6 Th1s was the Eagles flrst game away Holder's long runs brought two touchdowns for Young's Eagles g1v1n them thelr second w1n of the season when they downed Doddrldge H1gh Schoo 21 13 a W I f1e d A last mlnute touchdown by Blafore gave the Roosevelt Wllson Prexles a v1ctory over the Eagles 1n a c1ty clash October 12 The team journeyed to Mannlngton October 20 but they were out rushed and outplayed by the Blg Greens who son the game 14 O on touchdowns by FIanC1S and Intercepting a long pass agalnst Fa1rmont East Frankle nConkyu G1aquinto raced 62 yards for the w1nn1ng touchdown as V1ctory downed the Bees 13 7 at the East West Stadlum October 26 Bob Moore made V1ctory's flrst touchdown while Chldo made East Fa1rmont's only touchdown of the evenlng Playlng 1n mud and ra1n the Vlctory Eagles fell to Buckhannon 22 O 3 at W I Stadmum It was V1ctory's frrst homecomlng game and Jean re1gned as homecomlng queen ln pre game ceremonles In the1r last game of the season the West enders fell to thelr old r1vals Washlngton lrvlng 34 O ln the tradltlonal Arm1st1ce Day game Goodwln and Lowther scored touchdowns for the wlnners Frankle G1aqu1nto Pete Perrl Dlck Brammer Charles Med1na Robert November Johnson city Mltchell MODIS Charlie Radcl1ff and Eugene Roach played thelr last football game agalnst Washlngton Irv1ng Frankie Glaqulnto Pete Perr1 and Robert Marshall were g1ven Honorable Mention for the Blg Ten Conference team Pete Perrl and Frank Giaqu1nto were g1ven Hon orable Mentlon for the All State Football Team Q s V 0 u . , n , 0 S t . . ' 1 . . . - . . 6-O Murphy. 1950 FOOTBALL ROSTER N mg Year Hegg L Charlle Medlna D1ck Bramer Pete Perrl Charles Radc11ff Bob Moore Frank G1aqu1nta Joe Mancrna Eu ene Roach Ra ph Holder Jim Carfora Donald Tlpper Kenneth Cooper B111 Allen Edw1n Fultz Paul Anderson Jon Moore Eugene Streets Kent RIQQS Okey Rlchards Bob Marshall Kenna Layfleld Donald Hlckman Jerry Sklnner Charles Wells Dale Wheeler Cllfford Jones Charles Garrett Tom Sharpe Chuck Moore Ted Hupp Gene Hlckman M1ke Faherty Frank Sm1th Donald Kopp Andrew Greaver Frank Matheny George Davls Dom1n1ck Marano Eddre Ash Senlor Senlor Sen1or Senlor Senlor Senlor Senlor Senlor Junlor Junlor Junlor Junlor Junlor Junlor Junlor Junlor Junlor Junlor Jun1or Junlor Junlor Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph Soph 5'8 6 295 51 6 26 5'9 5'7 5'7 5'9 5 110 5 ll 5 ll 5'8' 5'7' 5 10' 6'O' 6'2 5'8 5'9 5 10 5'8' I 5 ll' 5 lO' 5'8' 5'e 51 5 86" 5'6" 517' 5'8 5's 5 85 517 5' 7 51 51 5 10" 5 10" 22211122 Tackle n n En Back Back Back Back End Guard Guard Back Back Tackle Guard En Tackle Back n Guard Guard Center End Back End Back End Back Tackle En Center Back n Tackle Tackle Back Tackle Back End a -- ' h Age . . . n 18 ' ' ' U 16 E d ' ' 90 16 E d ' ' ' N 18 d ' U 18 . . . N 17 ' ' N 17 ? ' ll ' ' 16 ' ' U 17 ' ' ' W 16 ' ' 17 ' ' ' 15 ' ' ' ' 15 ' ' 17 ' " 16 d ' W 16 ' ' N 16 Tom Annia Junior 5'8N 15 Guard ' ' 6'1W 16 E d ' ' W 17 ' ' ' 16 ' . 6 lu 16 ' . ' ' 15 . ' ' 15 . ' 14 ' . N 14 . 9U 14 . ' 15 . 14 . ' 14 d ' . N 14 ' . N 14 ' . ' U 14 E d . n 15 ' 14 . 6U 14 ' . 8U 16 ' ' . ' 14 ' ' 15 -8 REGIONAL XVINNE53-1951 Pictured from left to right top row are Center Joe Tenda Forward Wayne Haggerty Guard Frank Giaquinta Guard Robert Lee Moore Forward Joe Mancina n w Forward Bill Allen Guard James Hurst Center James Gaines The group picture reading left to right flrst row are Romano Giaquinta Haggerty Mancina Moore Tenda and Al en, second row Coach Charles Brumma e, Manager Carl Tenda DeFazio Holder Stout Gaines Hurst and Manager Franc s Mirrotto s I ' I . I ' I Seco d ro : , , , Guard Carmen Romano, Guard Harry Stout, and Forward Ralph Holder. I U Y Y BASKETBALL SUMMARY After a successful season with a 12 9 record and the championships of Sec tion 6 and Region 2 the Victory Eagles under Coach Charles Brummage journeyed to Morgantown to play Warwodd in the state Class A Tournament They defeated Warwood going on to meet the Beckley State Champ1ons in the Semi Finals but the Victory Quintet were defeated 67 43 Victory Hi h's Eagles opened their 1950 51 basketball campaign December 14 with a pack house at the gym and downed Doddridge of West Union 50 43 in a hard fought game Haggerty Mancina and Gaines were high scorers nett1ng 18 8 and 8 points respectively The Eagles of Victory led by Wayne Haggerty hitting from the back and side courts re ularly defeated the Big Greens of Mannington to the score of 54 47 December 0 Haggerty scored 17 points while little Joe Mancina the flashy uard kept the crown roaring with his fancy ball handling Giaquinta scored 3 ints with Mancina and Tenda netting seven points each T e Victory Quintet led b forward Wayne Haggerty and center Joe Tenda took a 47 42 decision over its A umni December 26 on the Eagles' gymnasium floor Haggerty Tenda Mancina and Giaquinta scored 11 10 9 and 8 points respec tively Jimmy Snodgrass John Connors Jake Ferrando Bob Bauld Bob Perkins Sam Scolo io Carmen Oliverio and Eugene DeFrancis were the alumni stars The Eag es opened their Big Ten Conference w1th a close 43 42 score over Fairmont East December 29 by a foul shot made by Harry Stout with one m1nute and 40 seconds left to play 1n the game It was a hard fought game Joe Mancina scored 17 pornts and played a nice floor game Stout and Haggert scored nine and seven points respectively Giaquinta also played a nice floor ameh Bill Burnfield of the East Fairmont Bees tied Joe Mancina for high scor n onors he Victo Eagles remained undefeated by down1ng the Shinnston Spartans 41 40 January at 8 15 in the Victory g m Frank Spadafore of Shinnston was high scorer of the evening w1th six fie d goals and nine out of 10 fouls for a total of 21 points Victory's Haggerty and Mancina tied for 13 markers with The Eagles of Victory High School won a blistering last period duel with the Clydemen of Morgantown January 5 with a score of 52 50 at the Morgantown gym It was Victory's sixth straight win Wayne Haggerty led Victory's scorers with 16 points while 'Conky' Giaqu1nta tallied 13 Joe Tenda 12 and Joe Manc1na 8 Charley Huggins top ed all scorers with 19 markers with ll for 0'Haver Takin the first eg on the cigy champ1onship Januar 16 the Eagles downed Rooseve t Wilson High School 36 35 It was a close bal game Carmen 'Dicta tor' Romano's set shooting kept Victory in the game the second half Mancina Ha erty and Romano were high scorers with 9 7 and 6 points respectlvely Su ivan of R W netted 10 points Victory lost its first Big Ten game to Shinnston January 19 at the Spartan's The final score showed the Spartans won a 52 27 victory V1ncent was h point man scoring 16 markers while Romeo netted 10 and Haggerty received 6 he Eagles defeated the Fairmont East Bees for the second time to the tune of 43-42, January 23 Joe Mancina 5'7' uard scored 21 points while Burnfield of the Bees was next with 17 points Chi o netted 16 counters The third quarter spelled defeat for the Victory five January 26 when they lost to a hot Washington Irving team 50 44 in city competition and tied the race with the city teams with a 1 l record High scorin Ea les were Giaquinta with 15 Hag erty 10 Tenda 9 and Mancina 8 Lynch had 4 wlsher 13 and Rush nine for W The Eagles downed the Weston Minutemen January 30 in a run away ame by a 77-47 margin with Haggerty, Mancina, Tenda and Giaquinta playing the r best game of t e year Matheny of Weston connected on shots to score 23 points With Sherman and Morrison coming through with timely shots, Elkins High emer ged victorious over the Victory team on the Elkins floor Victory out scored the winners from the floor with 23 to 21 shots but Elkins sank 29 out of 40 fouls while Victory got 10 out of 29 Sherman scored 23 Morrison 17 with H ggerty and Mancina netting 19 and 16 points respectively .3 , ' Y s.' ' ' . " if 1, , ' . 2- ' 1 ' ' ? -,Z - - , , 2 i I. Giaqulnta making 10 points. i- Y -. ' ' In ' - ii - . -' '- gyg. K -- . ' . ' -. 3' . .3 ' 2,2 .. n ' 3 G1aqu1nta Tenda and Haggerty lead the Brummagrtes to take the M1nutemen on the Jane Lew floor 66 45 Frank G1aqu1nta connected for 19 po1nts Joe Tenda 17 and Wayne Hag erty 15 Tom Ferrer topped all scorers with 22 markers The V1ctory Ea es were defeated 1n their gym February 13 by the sharp shootlng of Charley Hugglns who connected w1th 33 polnts for Morgantown Hlgh Joe Tenda sparked the Eagles' attack with 19 po1nts playlng a good offensxve and defenslve game Joe Manc1na and 'Conky' G1aqu1nta playlng the1r usual good floor games made 12 and 10 polnts respectlvely The Vlctory team February 23 at the Buckhannon gym were defeated 77 53 on loose defense and poor shootlng Thls made the Eagles' season record 11 to 9 Roosevelt Wllson defeated Vlctory at the R W gym 57 40 to cop the c1ty cham p1onsh1p the f1rst lh h1story for the Prexles Holder topped the Eagles' scorlng w1th 11 polnts For R W Sullivan netted 14 Blafore 13 and Cooper 12 A red hot Vlctory team defeated the Elklns Tlgers for the flrst tlme s1nce the 1947 48 season 73 62 wlth Haggerty mak1ng 23 polnts Tenda 22 and Man Elklns kept the T1gers lh the game as he connected w1th long set shots ln the last half to score 19 polnts Wash1ngton Irv1ng's H111topper's led by Chauncy Rush edged out the Vlctory Eagles 56 52 at Carm1ghael's AUd1t0IlUm February 17 1951 in a hotly fought contest that was t1ed s1x tlmes Thls was the Eagles' second defeat at the Topper's hands G1aquinta Romano and Haggerty were h1gh scorers for the West enders wlth 16 13 and 12 respectlvely Rush netted 19 polnts Lynch 13 and Swlsher 12 for W I Th1s loss ended the Eagles' regular season In the sectronal tournaments Victory met and conquered Doddrldge Hlgh 60 51 led by Haggerty and Tenda Tenda scored 23 polnts with Haggerty next w1th 18 markers Bernard Hef11n was h1gh scorer of the even1ng wlth a total of 26 polnts Sweeney netted lO markers The Eagles advanced to the Region 2 tournaments and defeated C1ty Champs Roosevelt W11son They journeyed to Morgantown where they met Warwood Taking an easy Vlctory over Warwood they advanced to the sem1 finals but were defeated there by Beckley 67 43 Robert Lewls Moore won the K1wan1s Club award for the best boy cheerleader ln the Sectlon 5 and Reg1on 2 tournaments V1ctory's cheerlng sectron won the cheering cups 1n the Sectlonal 5 and Reglonal 5 tournaments G1aqu1nta Haggerty and Manc1na got Honorable Mentlon for the All State cage team . . , . . - . . . . , , n g . . . 1 9 " 0 . I 1 1 , ' n 9 . n 1 ' . " 1 ' 1 . . . 7 " c1na 21 points. They accounted for 66 of the team's 73 points. Nucilli of - . . . I I ' i Q . 1 . ,- , . 2 FLEDGLING EAGLES Pictured above reading left to right first row Jimmy Skinner Dominick Morano Charlie Wells Eddie Ash and Donald Hickman Second row Manager Robert Wetzel Cl1fford Jones Eugene Kight Hollls Higginbottom Bob Daugherty Gus Alastanos Ted Hupp and Coach Richard Young 1950 BASKETBALL ROSTER Mm Joe Mancina Joe Tenda Frank Glaqulnta Wayne Haggerty Harry Stout Jim Ga1nes Ralph Holder Carmen Romano Augustive DeFaz1o James Hurst Hsishi Llsisbl 521.15 5'7" 57 6l4ll 5!7l I ' 6'3' 6'4l 5 10 516m 5 10' 519s 70 50 0 70 65 155 40 45 140 B9.a1.u9n Forward Center Guard Forward Guard Center Forward Guard Guard Forward a a ' - 1 Sr. 1 Sr. ' ' , 1 Sr. Bob Moore 5'lO' 165 Sr. Guard 6 l 15 Sr. l Sr. ' 1 Jr. ' ' 1 Jr. 1 Jr. ' ' 1 Jr. Jr. BASEBALL SQUAD Flrst row tl to r J Coach Charles Brummage Carmen Romano Pete Perri Charlie Wells Joe Tenda Ralph Holder Don Tlpper Tommy Merandi Paul Anderson Andy Garcia Second Row il to rl Kelcel Reed Danny Janlcak. Bob Daugh erty Junlor Fisher Frank Secreto Eugene Hitchcock Nate Bauld Augustine DeFazio ger Fl'1Sl'I1e Mlrrotto Manager Gene Hickman Duane Knight, Louis Mxrrotto Charles Garrett Baseball Schedule Aprll 10 Brlstol 13 Umdls 17 Shlnnston 20-Buckhannon 24--Wesgon 26 Um IS 25 Parkersburg May 2 Shlnnston 4-Weston 8--Brlstol 12 Buckhannon 14-Sectlonal Tournament Third row: il. to r.J Carl Tenda, Manager, Robert Wetzel, Mana- EVER FORGET? Uv G' 1 EFPICIENT SECRETARY RUBY GLENR KMRS CHUCK J OPTIC STAFF RE LAXES MODERN PASTEURS BREW POTENT POTIONS AS YE SEW SO SHALL YE RIP BIGLOGICTS BUSILY BISECT QUIET' ARTISTS AR CREATING HE SERIOUS SIDE LIFE SHOP CLASSES KEEP BUSY R06 1 MNNR! fu ll I QKNXKNXNIX 'U 5, 0 'um lll 'MmumlmllumHNNNWIYNWM NNN! :null u rr ru: 1 -s f ' Q' ef o Q Q J- Q S .mi J Kxxxgxsvioxxvxxsx' n- ssxxsx xsygsqwnmxvsSNNxSNQSKK5SKNXxQku9XsK5Uxl3558 AYVRXXKX, -X 'Q , . MMIIWWX l WU, 1 uf 1 nu wmffffffm. -41 glllllllllllllll ll 1 u fl ur IJ I Y 9 'fu' 5, '20 1- X I L-1-. 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Seekers Advisory Servlce 101010101 oierioiuivini as1 IilZbioiuioiuiui0i0i-if Here IS a chance to check up and see what you can qualify for 1n the way of a good buslness pos1t1on Twelve students who have received employment re cently fmlshed the course descrlbed below Many former students who have recelved C1v1l Servlce appolntments flI'l1SI1ed thls course Busmess Arlthmetlc Machlne Bookkeepmg Busmess Engllsh a Grammer Revlew Accountlng fCollege Edltlonl Busmess Admmlstratlon Advertxslng and Salesmanshlp Banklng Busmess Tralmng Cost Accounting Typewrltmg Commercial Law Word Study Shorthand c Letter Wrltmg Busmess Psvchology Penmanshlp Secretarial Trammg Offlce Practlce Dlctaphone C1v1l Servlce Modern Offxce Appllances If you want to apply for a pos1t1on 1n a modern busl ness off1ce It w1ll be necessary to compete wlth young men and women who have flmshed courses such as the one descrlbed above Stand on the mam corner of any cxty and look up and down the streets as far as you can see There are business bulldlngs by the hundreds the post office court house pubhc servlce companles banks retail stores and manu facturers of all kxnds The mam thmg now that you have fmlshed hlgh school IS to prepare yourself so that when you do have an opportunlty you wlll be ready to accept It Add the course outllned above to your high school course and you w1ll really have a chance to apply for a good posxtlon On the margm to your left you wxll fmd a llst of posltlons for whlch thxs tramlng should prepare you Wrlte Telephone 2150 or Vnslt the School for Full Details Summer Term june 6 Fall Term September 6 WEST VIRGINIA BUSINESS COLLEGE T B CAIN President LJLARKSBURG WEST VIRGINIA Accredlted by the Natxonal Assocxatlon of Accredlted Commerclal Schools ill! 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