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TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL DEDICATION To our Parents who have cherished us in infancy and guided us through childhood, whose prayers and sacri- fices have brought us through our happy schooldays and have prepared us to meet 1ife's battles strengthened by a deep abiding faith in God, we, the Class of 1932, humbly dedicate this issue of the Trinitas. 4 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL OUR QUEEN, OUR IVIOTHER! 5 I I I 932 . Ll TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL FOREWORD "Mon am I grown, az man'J work must I do. Follow the deer? Follow the Clorirz, the King, Live pure, Jpeak true, right wrong, follow the King- Elfe, wherefore born?" This quotation from Tennyson's "Idylls of the King" presents the key to the theme of our 1932 annual. In the olden days the perfect knight represented the godlike man, the dream or hope, as it were, of what manhood might attain, should it ever reach its ideal. During our years at Trinity High School we have had held up before us the lofty ideals of true manhood, and we have learned not only to gircl ourselves for the battles of this life, but also to conduct ourselves in such a way that we may be found worthy of a place in that ever glorious army of Christ, our everlasting King. 6 l93Z TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL THIS RIGHT RIEVIERIEND JOSEPH H. Sc3H1.AumAN, DD 7 u9sz TRINITY HIGH 'SCHOOL CONTENTS 1 Administration 2 Classes 3 Activities 4 Athletics 5 Advertising 8 ' 1 9 32 ' f W ff, 7, XX P , ,,f4, X ' , x X . W ,f-, X U, A L1 QA Y HW' L SM X 'wif K W I, X 0 X vxiv X M,- x N X ,Nu M, N v f OX X X H1 ii 00 ce u ooo an ou O X X 3 ff 5 7-G KN N- W W -'w , 5 W my W ,Q Wx X R ' J' f' . -g . 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The students of Trinity High School are in a special way the beneliciaries of the thought and care with which Father Moore in his zeal for the extension of the kingdom of Christ, has provided so adequately for their welfare. To him, whose strength of mind, earnestness of purpose and ever-watchful solicitude has been a source of inspiration and help, we extend this token of our gratitude and appreciation. 10 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL r ,X lt If . 5 W! f V!! li ll AIQ PEI 3 Wu, EH E 5 L, l 2 IN MH V' M L W 1 1,1 X HV I Nw I 14 , , W l H3 'H if PL. THE REVEREND S. N. Mooma 11 f1lBIH1fIaITY dlfl-E-GH SCHOOL THE REVEREND j. P. FARRELL 12 I9 3 2 TRAINITY HIGH SCHOOL THE REVEREND K. L. ROCHE 13 I 9 ? ,2 f A W-Grp 1 u ' H "" lair," ,E 2-:.,rfJ' TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL The .Faculty TI-IE REVEREND S. N. Moomz, Sebool Director T1-IE REVERIEND J. P. FARRELL, Atlrletir Director THE REVEREND K. L. ROCHE, Religion TI-IE DOMINICAN SISTERS, SINSINAWA, WISCONSIN Irzrlrlrrtorf Miss CECIL MCGRAW Miss GWENDOLYN Moruus Vocal Home Economicr The administration of Trinity High School is divided into four departments: Scholastic, Athletic, Music, and Art. Many extra-curricular activities are engaged in by the students. During the past year student-teachers from the Illinois State Normal University under the supervision of Miss Jane Church, have assisted with the work in the Commer- cial Department. Student teachers from the same institution directed the gymnasium work for the year. Miss A. Marguerite Field supervised the girls' activities, while Mr. Clifford Horton had charge of the boys' classes. Very efficient and helpful work was accomplished in both departments. Trinity High School is accredited to the North Central Association of Secondary Schools, and to the University of Illinois. 14 l I932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 15 41932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL FRONT ENTRANCE TO TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 16 1 9 32 'W MM TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL CQYMNASIUM or TR1N1'rY HIGH SCHOOL 17 "I I M179 3 zw I I TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL ,gf fl THE MAIN HALL 18 IH 1932 5 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL v Reading left to right: Kane Basketball Trophy, '31-'32, Thomas L. Warner Trophy, Second Prize, Downstate Catholic Tournament, '30, Msgr. B. J. Sheil Grand Prize, Downstate Catholic Tournament, '28, Doctor Wollrab Trophy, '32, St. Bede's Tourna- ment, Second Place, '32, St. Bede's Tournament, First Place, '31, Best Coached Team, Downstate Tournament, '27, Thomas Warner Trophy, Second Prize, Downstate Catholic Tournament, '31, Best Sportsmanship Trophy, Downstate Catholic Tournament, '31, Intercity Baseball Champions, '27, Rev. Enos Barnes Trophy, Second Place, Downstate Catholic Tournament, '32, Daily Bulletin Championship Trophy, Downstate Catholic Tournament, '27, Rev. T. E. Shea--Most Valuable Man, B. Conroy, '31, Central State Prep. Conference Trophy-Most Valuable Man, B. Conroy, '32, Intercity Baseball Cham- pionship Trophy, '29, Y. W. C. A. junior Girls' Basketball Trophy, '31-'32, Intercity Baseball Trophy, '28, Intercity Baseball Trophy, '30, 19 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL HOLY TRINITY CHURCH-1879 TO 1932 20 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL gif ,- XY - 5 525 ' - ' . I ' I ,W ,. I Q HOLY TRINITY CHURCH-AFTER THIS FIRE, MARCH 8, 1932 21 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL . . . . Then the King in low deep tones, And .rirnple word: of great authority, Bound them hy Jo Jtrait rowx to hir own Jelf, That when they rose, knighted from kneeling, Jome W' ere pale af at the paning of a ghost, Some flu,rh'd and other: dazed, as one who wake: Half-blinded at the coming of cl light." 22 I 1932 Cuxv ff fx," A ,T KY ,J J r N mmlwnuumml H135 112 Wil 5 Y Q37 kgigiij W-- 256-g..33,,,fff.,u W'1'IlMlI ' MW1 L WIIIIIIIIIIIII. M 1 I ,,,.. ? "ill W, ' wi:u1unlill!u'l "'x 'K m WM TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Senior Class 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1932 ,M is as 4' s is -1 ri., Yea -' 53' . 5 if 'DHS. CATHERINE AUSTIN "Kate" "Her eyer were deeper than lhe depths Of miteri- .ffillvfd at even." St. Mary's School Chemistry Club, 3 Rosary Club, 1 T. Club, 2, 3, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 A. L. C., 4 EDMUND BELZ "Chub" "He way a man, lahe him all in all, I .shall not look upon hir like again." St. Patrick's School Baseball, 1, 2, 5, 4 Rosary Club, 1 Mathematics Club, 2 Football, 1, 2, 5, 4 MARY BENDER UMM.. "Her ge.r1ure,r, molionx, and her smile: Her wif, her mire, our hearts heguilef' Edwards School Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 Glee Club, 3. 4 Basketball, 1 Trinitas Staff, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 T. Club, 3, 4 RALPH BEYER "Ralf" "Oh lhir learning! Wim 4 ming ii ii." Holy Trinity School Mathematics Club, 2 Rosary Club, 1 MARY CALLAHAN "Minnie" "A Jmile of hefzr wax like an art of grate." St. Patrick's School Glee Club, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 A. L. C., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Trinitas Staff, 4 MADELINE CLEINMARK "Cliny" "Her very frownf are fairer far Than .rmiler of other maiden! are." Holy Trinity School Chemistry Club, 3 Rosary Club, 1 Choir, 5 Class Secretary, 1 W. D. S., 3, 4 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Comm., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Trinitas Staff, 4 Class Vice-President, 3 Glee Club, 4 T. Club, 3, 4 24 932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL EDWARD CLOTHIER ..HarP,. "Silence ir tbe true friend W'lJo newer betrays." Holy Trinity School Baseball, 2. 3, 4 Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 A. L. C., 4 Basketball, 2, 3, 4 MARY FRANCES CoNNoRs "Coni" "Her auburn lockr ro aptly twined Wbofe every hair a mul doth bind." Holy Trinity School Mathematics Club, 2 Choir, 1, 2 Home Economics Club, Basketball, 2 EUGENE CONROY "Sheik" "He has rome the way of ,iglating men And fought the ruler of the game." H. G. Bent School Football, 2, 3, 4 Trans. B. H. S. Basketball, 2, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 Trinitas Staff, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 WILLXAM CQNROY "Con" "Rea.ron frm, the temperate will Endurance. farerigbt, xtrengtb, and Mill." H. G. Bent School Mathematics Club, 2 Rosary Club, 1 Baseball, 2, 3, 4 Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 Trinitas Staff, 4 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4 MARGARET CUNNING1-IAM "Marg" "Her life bad many a hope ana' aim." Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 Prom. Comm., 3 W. D. S., 3, 4 Homecoming Comm., 4 Trinitas Staff, 4 Merna Grade School Rosary Club, 1 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 T. Club, 2, 3, 4 FLORENCE DALTON "Flo" "Her bearing quiet, Her manner mild." Phoenix School, Towanda Music, 2 Rosary Club, 1 Chemistry Club, 3 Mathematics Club, 2 Glee Club, 3, 4 25 T.H.S 1 I E l l l l l V w 4 4 I v t l v l l E l 1 l l l 1 i 1932 1932 , l TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL T.H.S. MARGARET DAVIDSON "Davy" "Happy-go-lucky, fair and free Nothing there is that hothers me." Holy Trinity School T. Club, 3 Rosary Club, 1 W. D. S., 3, 4 Basketball, 1, 2, 3 A. I.. C., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 CLEO DAUGHERTY "Cle" "Her air, her smile, her manner Told of womanly completeness." Gridley Grade School Prom. Comm., 3 Rosary Club, 1 A. L. C., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Trinitas Staff, 4 Class President, 3 MARY HELEN DELMAR "Mae" "Her hearfs on her lips Her soul's in her eyes." Holy Trinity School T. Club, 2, 3 Rosary Club, 1 Homecoming Comm., 3 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 Pres. W. D. S., 4 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4 A. L. C., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 josEPH DENNIS "Ghandi" "Born for success he seemed With the grace to win and the heart to hold." Holy Trinity School Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 Mathematics Club, 2 Band, 1, 2, 3 Basketball, 4 Class Pres., 1, 2, 4 Trinitas Staff, 4 VERNON DOYLE "Chuck" "Steadfast in thought Well-made, well-wrought." Bentown Grade School Studio Club, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 A. L. C., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Trinitas Staff, 4 ROBERT FENTON "Bob" "His time is forever, Everywhere is his place." Trans. B. H. S. Baseball Mgr., 2, 3, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Basketball Mgr., 2, 3, 4 1 9 3 2 Football Mgr., 2, 3, 4 Trinitas Staff, 4 26 932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL MARY FREDERICH "Freddy" "Pure dignity, romporure, eats." St. Patrick's School Prom. Comm., 3 Rosary Club, 1 Glee Club, 3, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Trinitas Staff, 4 T. Club, 5 THOMAS G1EBoNs "Gib" "The hell of men have ever loved reporef' Trans. Minonk High Football, 3, 4 School Basketball, 3, 4 Chemistry Club, 3 Baseball, 3, 4 DARWIN GILDNER "Darby" "Diligent, yet cheerful, Aetizfe, yet rerignedf' Holy Trinity School Mathematics Club, 2 Rosary Club, 1 Trinitas Staff, 4 Art Club, 1, 3 STEPHEN GOULD "Steve" "Then on, then on where duty lead! My rourte he onward Hill." Chemistry Club, 3 W. D. S., 3. 4 Trinitas Staff, 4 Merna Grade School Rosary Club, 1 Band, 1, 2, 3 Mathematics Club, 2 A. L. C., 4 Prom. Comm., 3 HELEN GRIMM "Honchie" Knowledge if the eye of derire And ran become the pilot of the mul." Trans. B. H. S. Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics Club, 2 Basketball, 3 GERALDYNE HMS ..Jerry,. "Aiuwj.r happy, dl1L'dJ'.f bright A .fmile at morning and one at night." Trans. El Paso H. S. Choir, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 A. L. C., 4 Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 W. D. S., 4 27 T.H.S. l 1 , . l 1932 I 9 3 2 l , . 4' TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL , E Q. W, lt T.H.S. I vii. , 1 X ,,. SQ.. - 95, an Q. ,, sr' I . W, 3. , , I I it' " A DONALD HEINTZMAN "Heinie" "H e war a man of action, A captain of indurtryf' St. Mary's Grade, Mathematics Club, 2 Metamora Prom. Comm., 3 Rosary Club, 1 Homecoming Comm., 4 Band, 1, 2, 3 Football Mgr., 4 MARY ANN HOUGHTALING "Hough" "A right good larfie thru and thru, H er merits are many, and ber faults are few." Trans. St. Agatha Acad- XV. D. S., 3, 4 emy, Winchester, Ky. A. L. C., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Editor-in-Chief Choir, 2, 3, 4 Trinitas, 4 Music, 2, 3, 4 ANDREW JABSEN "Jabber" "To be Jtrong is to be happy." St. Patrick's School Studio Club, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 Basketball, 4 Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 Trinitas Staff, 4 Baseball. 3, 4 FRANCIS JACOBY "Frankie" "Rare compound of oddity, frolir, and fun." Holy Trinity School Football, 2, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 Baseball, 3, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 ALv1N KELLER "Alvi" "I dare do all that becomer a man, Who dare! do more IJ' none." Trans. B. H. S. Basketball, 4 ia, Mathematics Club, 2 A. L. C., Sec., 4 Band, 3 W. D. S., 4 ' ,S MMM4 Q m I IGNATIUS KEOGH N ,',, . L,. A I "Nace" "He'Il find a way." l Y i Iii Holy Trinity School Basketball, 2, 3 I 4 ' - - Rosary Club, Pres., 1 Chemistry Cgub. 3 t . - .. , , , Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 Cass ice- res., 3 q X! Mathematics Club, 2 Prom. Comm.. 3 - -. X fx 4 Class Treas., 2 Trinitas Staff, 4 28 932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL EVA KERBER "Eve" "Quiet and thy, but contented." Fletcher Grade School Music, 1, 2, 3 Rosary Club, 1 Mathematics Club. GERTRUDE KERBER "Gert" "Great madefty oflen hides grew! merit." Fletcher Grade School Mathematics Club, Rosary Club, 1 Chemistry Club, 3 Music, 1, 3 Glee Club, 4 Rosnm' KERBER "Bob" "To the in:lum'i0u.r. all flying: are eaxy. 2 2 vi Fletcher Grade School Mathematics Club, 2 Rosary Club, 1 Chemistry Club, 3 Donomy KlNsELLA "Dot" "TlJo.fe who knew ber bex! Pmixed her nzo,rz." Lexington Grade School Music, 2, 3 Rosary Club, 1 T. Club, 3 Mathematics Club, 2 Glee Club, 5, 4 HELEN KINSELLA "Beth" llLOI'6Ii71EJ'.l' needy no! Ike foreign aid of mvzamefzz Bu! ir, when IlI7dd0I'HEd, ad0rn'd line maxi." Trans. St. joseph's Acad- Music, 1, 2 emy, Kankakee, lll. Mathematics Club. 2 Rosary Club, 1 A. L. C., 4 MARTIN LA FOLLETTE , "Marty" "The pen if migbtiw' lban lbe .m,'ord." St. Patrick's School Mathematics Club, Rosary Club, 1 A. L. C., 4 2 T.H.S. i R Fe, ' F I 4 M, ,, 3 is Y aff 'ig . 1 E5 K 5, 'li v if il 'f ' s :ea 1 S 55' I .x:f. lla, til N 5211 A Falls' 1 ,s vt lla. . 34" 4 I l I I IX R 'fx 3 1, . silk K -R gf X 1 R Q K. 1 ..., . il 9 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL I , , l i 1 ' l X55 1 I ,.,. I. N Z. V gn . q . . Q r 155-:-1 V t D . , M- .- ..-Q 1932i T.H.S. v l LUCILE LARKIN "Lark" "A fare with hindneu ooerxpread, Soft rmiler hy human hindnerr bred." Phoenix Grade School Mathematics Club, 2 Rosary Club, 1 Sec. W. D. S., 3, 4 Music, 1, 2 Trinitas Staff, 4 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ELs'roN LEARY HEI., "W'e grant although he had great wit, He war very .rhy of ming it." Holder Grade School Class Vice-Pres., 2 Rosary Club, 1 Baseball, 2, 3, 4 Class Treas., 1, 5 ELIZABETH LUEY "Libby" "Good-natured, generour, jolly and clever." Holy Trinity School Choir, 2, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 T. Club, 3, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Glee Club, 5, 4 GLADYS MCGONNIGAL "Bud" "Smiley away sorrow, Cart: away rare." Holy Trinity School Trans. Villa des Fougeres Rosary Club, 1 Fribourg, Switzerland Basketball, 1 Choir, 2, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Glee Club, 2, 4 T. Club, 4 ALBERT MANTLE "Speedy" "The deedr I contemplate are great, But ar yet I know not what." Holy Trinity School Band, 2, 3 Rosary Club, 1 Chemistry Club, 3 Men's Choir, 2 A. L. C., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 GEORGE MEYERS Y "Blackie" "One who nezfer turned hir hack But marched hreart forward." Trans. B. H. S. Football, 2, 3, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Baseball, 2, 3, 4 Basketball, 2, 3 30 932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL LUCILLE MULCAHY "Luke" "W'inning ir her way And pleamnl il her Jmilef' Holy Trinity School Glee Club, 2 Rosary Club, 1 T. Club, 3, 4 Choir, 1, 2 Prom. Comm., 3 Mathematics Club, 2 A. L. C., 4 ELEANOR MURRAY HEI.. "A mild and modefl maiden xlse Her foremost rlzarm, Jimplirilyf' St. Patriclc's School Mathematics Clu Numen Lumen Club, 1 CHARLo'rrE NORDINE "Chuck" "She doeth lillle kindne,r.re,r Wlsirla mort leazfe undone or despise." Trans. B. H. S. Music, 4 MARY THERESA O'BmEN -.TeX,, "Dream afler dream em'uex." Trans. St. Anthony's High School, Beaumont, Tex. T. Club, 3 Prom. Comm., 3 Music, 2 A. L. C., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Trinitas Staff, 4 Choir, 2, 3. 4 Glee Club, 4 Class Sec.-Treas., 4 Doius MAE RYAN "Dorrie" "She ix jun llae quiet kind Wflmre nnlure never mfie.f." Holy Trinity School Mathematics Clu Rosary Club, 1 Glee Club, 2, 3, Basketball, 1 T. Club, 3 Choir, 1, 2. 3 A. L. C., 4 b,2 b,2 4 31 ,Y , , As. e M Y 'A O ' l '- .4 EHS in . 1352, gl 8 ' ':' .55 37 l f - 1. Y fi' 1 251 4 . I x ' - I I l l 1 s l V., ...,, , .... M-.. 1193-2- 9 3 2 1 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL T.H.Sg MARGARET SCHAD "Diz" "To live and be happy W'lJa1 more can we ark." Holy Trinity School Studio Club, 2, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 Trinitas Staff, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 JOHN Sci-roman "Jack" "Deeds, not u'ord.r." Holy Trinity School Studio Club, 2, 3, 4 Rosary Club, 1 Trinitas Staff, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Baseball, 4 JAMES SHIPLEY ...lima "Sober but not .veriou.r, Quiet but not idle." St. Patrick's School Mathematics Club, 2 Rosary Club, 1 Football, 2, 3, 4 IRENE SLEEVAR "Sliv" "KindneJ.r is W'i.rdom." St. Patrick's School Basketball, 2, 3 Rosary Club, 1 A. L. C., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 Trinitas Staff, 4 THEODORE SPENCE ...reds 'The world know! nothing of its greatest men St. Patrick's School Mathematics Club, 2 Rosary Club, 1 Chemistry Club, 5 32 932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL CATHERINE SWEENEY "Kate" "jun to be gentle, kind and Jweel Aluwyr to ezleryane I meet." Mathematics Club, 2 Class Secretary, 2 Prom. Comm., 3 Pres., A. L. C., 4 T. Club, 3, 4 Holy Trinity School Rosary Club, 1 Music, 1, 2 Choir, 1, 2 Glee Club, 3, 4 JULIA SXVEENEY "Jule" "There ir no one like ber' Tbo' there are many inzilalionrf' Holy Trinity School Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Numen Lumen Club, 1 T. Club, 3, 4 Choir. 1, 2, 3 Trinitas Staff, 4 Basketball, 1, 2, 3 Vice-Pres., A. L. C., 4 JOSEPH THOENNES ..J0e.. "My tongue wilbin my lip: I rein For who lalkr much murl talk in min." St. Mary's School Chemistry Club, 3 Rosary Club, 1 W. D. S., 4 Mathematics Club, 2 A. L. C., 4 WILLARD TRAVIS "Tiller" "A droll, dry wit dnd lair of fun But jun .ray 'Pbyrirr' and traublelr begun. Holy Trinity School Football, 2 Numen Lumen Club, 1 Baseball, 2, 3 JOHN WELDON "Buzzy" "Size ir no nzearure af worth." Holy Trinity School Chemistry Club, 3 Rosary Club Trinitas Staff, 4 Mathematics Club, 2 A. L. C., 4 Band, 1, 2, 3 u T.H.S. I Jian ' Y , no get ti X 4-A TEE as if WZ? ' a e ea it W .A K-ef.--9 Ex 5 W ,' Q, et . , . W ft.. 2 -it 2' ' rw, - -,Vu .,. 'fill ' 1 :wg X f ,, f , , .N 'lvssiivifl'-f I N A ' -9 1 -,f 'I 1 . ,.. ., . - A . r K V I .-' 193A I 9 32 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Fourth row: Bruce O'Malley, Charles Sweeney, john Meaney, Lawrence Knuth, Charles Lucas, Steve Evans, Dan Kearney, John Nice, joseph Kober. Third row: Russell Dorsey, James Yeagle, George Nelson, John Dohm, joseph Deane, Frank Straub, George Flynn, Frank Kaup. Second row: Earl Hayes, Edward Spahn, Fred Trenkle, Edmund Kane, William McGrath, Harry Condon, George Kerz, Alvin Ely. First row: john Fitzgerald, Ralph Lee, Thomas Woodin, Richard Fox, Francis Killian. The Junior Class "All for the greater glory of God." CLASS OFFICERS President . . . .......... james Yeagle Vice-president . . . .... john Dohm Treasurer . . . .... ..r. F red Trenkle The class of "BS" is indeed a worthy one to labor continuously for "the greater glory of God." For the past year, the members of the Junior Class have been striving to set a pleasing example for their younger companions to follow. Among the boys have been noted many literary geniuses and budding journalists. Many have received awards from the Daily Pantagraph. Many members of the junior Cllass during the last year scintillated on the gridiron, the diamond, or basketball court. 34 l93Z TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Third row: Lucile Nowatski, Margaret M. Mulcahey, Virginia Doyle, Dorothy Leininger, Anna Mae Neville, Mildred Wells, Isabelle Kelley, Leota Davis. Second row: Alice Arteman, Margaret Flynn, Irene Watson, julia Theis, Rosemary Shaffer, Kathleen Enright, Marguerite Kauth. First row: Monica Dalton, Josephine Hardwick, Betty I-Iindenburg, Edna Murray, Florence O'Farrell, Mary Merrick, Rocile Spieker, Martha Kistner. The Junior Class Colmzr-Bz'11e and Gold Flower-Rafe The girls upheld their share of junior glory by many and repeated successes in their various classrooms, They were particularly worthy of merit because of their splendid achievements in commercial classes. Many certificates were awarded in honor of their splendid work. The future will see many brilliant stenographers and accountants, who can trace their business education to Trinity High School in good old "32." 35 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Fourth row: Francis Evers, Wentlell Hansen, joseph Grilfin, Daniel Delaney, Robert Riley, john I-Ioughtaling, Robert McGraw. Third row: Bernard McElvaney, Edmund McCambridge. Williani Koester, Andrew Hoeniges, Richard Conroy, Joseph Kearney, George Bettisch. Second row: Raymond Knuth, Eugene Larkin, George Schultz, Lawrence Radka, Robert W1'igl1t, Louis Somers, james Cavallo, john Romans. Front row: Andrew Hauptmqln, Thomas Merrick, Leo Myers, Robert Salmon. The Sophomore Class "V e1'1ff1.f" CLASS OFFICERS President . . . ....,.. Rosemary Prasch Vice-president . , . ,..... Francis Evers Secretary . . . . ..... Mary Belz Treasurer . . . ......... lrene Sweeney The Sophomore class of 1932 entered school again in September determined to carry on the work of the second school year in a way that would give evidence of their readi- ness and ability to live up to Trinity's standards and tradition. 36 i l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Fourth row: Sara Shipley, Helen Maloney, jane Salmon, Irene Sweeney, Elizabeth Shields, Ann Lowry, Mary Ann Costello, Doris Ely, Catherine O'Brien. Third row: Mardelle Smith, Dorothy Watson, Mary Dunn, Eileen Brown, Eileen Myers, jane McClurg, Rosemary Larkin, Madelyn Enright, Mildred Moews, Eileen Saul. Second row: Eileen Kinsella, Mary Connor, Eleanor Weber, Margaret Kline, Mary Frances Clooney, Rosemary Prasch, Marian Sprague, Madeline Kinsella. First row: Margaret Mary Dalton, Gertrude Rice, I.ucille Kinsella, Lillian McGraw, Helen Wirrick, Maureen O'Hare, Mary Grimm. The Sophomore Class Colvrr-Blfzrk mn! llvhile Iilozrez'-f-E11,ffe1' Lily Several ot' its mentally alert members are the proud bearers of scholastic records of distinction. The girls are active in choral and athletic work and the greater number of them are members of the Trinity Choir and the Girls' Glee Club. Several are members ot Trinity's undefeated girls' basketball team. The Sophomores worked and cooperated in a special manner, in the Christmas pageant, "Holy Night," given on December 17. Two more years of continued effort and zeal will find them a polished group of enthusiastic candidates for graduation in 1934. 37 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 1 l l Fourth row: Edward Daly, Nicholas ,Theisfjohn O'Connor, Leo Carr, FFrancis McGrath,'David Condon, Harold Hardesty,'Donald Maloney. Third row: Walter Selbergf jesse Szabodos, john Travisfjohn Cushing, Tony Capodice, Charles Lake,'Maurice O'Connor,lR0bert Fitzgerald. Second rowyfjames Costello, john Maloney, Thomas Spencer, Edward Ulbrich, Wilbirr Phillipsfjohn Hopt,'Donald Doyle,'Raymond Morrissey. First row: james Thoen.nes,Trancis Swibaker, Raymond Evers, Martin Deutsch, 'Paul Moratz, Louis Fillippone, Eugene Crawford. Freshman Boys cLAss OFFICERS President . ........... James Costello Vice-president . . . .... Raymond Evers Secretary . . . ...... Nancy McDonnell Treasurer . . . ........ james Thoennes THE FRESHMAN BOYS Some short, some tall, Some broad, some small, But all a merry lot, These Freshman Boys. Some good, some bad, Some happy, some sad, But a very fine crowd at that, These Freshman Boys. Some bright, some clever, Some industrious, some never! You'd like them all in all, These Freshman Boys. QDavid Condon, '35l 38 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Third row: Irma Fischer, Anna Capodice, Kathleen Smith, Elizabeth Ringeisen, Sarah Roland, Eleanor Kelley, Nancy McDonnell, iEvelyn Lehman, Veronica Coons. Second row: Mary Wfeinheimer, Mildred Leben, Bernice Berry, iorothy Wlialen, Veraine Heinz, Georgine Kern, Lucille Radka, Mary Lynch, Gertrude Callahan. First row: Madalon Falkingham,'Rosemary Costigan, Mary Kelly, Dorothy Hoppe, Elizabeth Kerner, Corona Snyder, Bernadine Swibaker, Irene Wirrick, Josephine Brunner, Freshman Girls Calm'--Blue and silver. Flower-Iris, Morro,-Fidelis. Freshman Class On September 8, sixty-four shy Freshmen entered the portals of Trinity High School. Since that eventful day, their smiles have greeted us daily, as care-free and happy they go from class to class, content to let the wise worry and to permit trouble to seek its own. Though so timid and guileless, they are ever alert, imbibing high ideals and observing the good examples of their valiant confreres. In their moments of more serious reflection, they long in their turn to honorably protect, defend and unfurl the loved banner of Trinity. 39 I.932 - TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Harry Size nq Jflap! I How Are Y 40 um: Our BoarJmg"H sa 1932 Sf TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL iQ- 1 Y if D I 9 veg We CUYIO Sha SQVIMX Freshmen AH EV i Q in . Q 5. f , L 4, QW. .X ,'-L. Mx: 3, , gg: f' ,gf - i 1 'Y 212 .V " .19 11" iw New , LQT5 Go Recess 41 Pals Aw Dave. Who? IA ham! caged l932 '1'R 1 N11XW HIGH SCHOOL w r P x l 1 yl E llgwii' fklfgfkl 42 I932 mi NIILKKXW X ' - H amnr'l.mxw 5 E9 Vik ' .AQ QQ? T D5 ll!! I 8 M 'J SQ lil lg 'wi ing? J TF' NX V3!"0' . . ' 9- '09, " .Q.." ,'N10"94,'.', -T01 --, ,. K-'.j,h , , 0 L' Ps' 0 0 6 ,cfa.-, ma.. , Ae, I-'og--Q f. E fn .-Gio --151 Q, oe bp, K K, ,XM YJ 1 f W N , nsxlllinwwvallmwIW"", 1, , X 'W' ' V 5 .. fy sm- Q A '--MMM , f' 6 V I g , n,-y I' W QV gl' fp" -R1 ' 9" X . 0 I o sb, :L A ' N l"A 6 1 i d ' fbi- L W h 3: W-'F2 A 4 ..-,: :3 2 , .Alf fffwnm --. , f'-116' f, A ff ' N .. xt -' f N IQ: a X I v1-- v L 'I 9-gzfi-'f J if f?i43f:i512'L2Z.f:,1XV. . ' 4" "'Za-'Jo 1o'e:'9'9"','..'fF3 ATO.,-n' obaoaoh cob. bbdffo u Poo 9 aoorgob-'M S x .1 pin .uuaoa5,'gf I Minn Emu-s TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Sill-'f IP 'll'lI M if W' , riucrrroniigrrrrgee if 'i'1 , ff 'lime lo G0 ln P LL Homecomlng School Days, School Calendar, September, October "The low mn maker llae color-" A mad rush-we start school. New teachers-New classmates.-Do-re-me-the choir is organized. Football practice brings out a crowd of hopeful aspirants.-We win our first game!-Class oflicers elected.-Three cheers for I.W.U. Our Seniors receive passes to Wesleyan home games.-Ah!--We defeat B.H.S.!-Freshmen continue to wander forlornly about-Elmo Kistner is found seeking information in the boiler room.- That's right, Elmo, always begin at the bottom.-Sniff! Sniff! Whew! What an odor! The Chemistry students produce a strange concoction.-Under Miss Field's supervision, gym classes are organized. Volleyball, soccer. Which do you choose? The price of midnight oil advances-Exams-after a look at our first report cards we begin our annual worry over credits-very few students on the street these nights.-Tra la la Ah aa aa etc.- Yes, Miss McGraw is organizing the Glee Club-"Resolved that"-Sr. Philip Neri sends out a call for prospective debaters and the Webster Debating Society begins another year.- 44 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL November, December, January -"that day when the great light of heaven Bilfllirll at hir lower! in the rolling year." Familiar faces--Homecoming parade-game-dance-"Glad to know you,"-a "Get Acquaintedn party is held in the Church basement.-Hooray! We again defeat B.H.S.- "Ladeez and gentlemen!" With our joe Dennis as master of ceremonies, we celebrate "Trinity Night" at the Irvin and dream dreams of "East of Borneo."-The McGonnigals are with us again.-We're all for the Business Boosters.-We get a free afternoon for the Christmas Parade.-Our team suffers its only defeat at the hands of the Fairbury eleven.-Ah! the Teachers' Convention gives us another free day.-Trinitas Staff elected. -We all expected to be chosen Editor-in-Chief, but somehow the greatest geniuses are born to "blush unseen, and waste their fragrance on the desert air, etc." The Girls' basket- ball team starts off with a bang!-The high school girls honor Our Lady by singing the Angels' Mass in honor of her Immaculate Conception.-Seniors pose for pictures.-We have a Christmas program and begin our longed-for vacation.-Back at school! Cram- ming for semester exams,-the fatal day arrives. "Did you pass?" Semester reports,- A panic on the credit-market-Prices soar,----Dubious outlook for those trading on margins.-Reports find their way into hundreds of homes in Bloomington.-Curtain! 45 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL February, March "The bird: made Melody on brands, and melody in mid-air. The damp hill-rloper were qllifkeliid into green." 4 A new semester begins with the law of, "the survival of tittest" as king. We crowd into the Assembly for an announcement-The Snapshot Drive is on.-Our prayers are answered and we have snow.--Frozen lakes call us when we should be preparing for Exams.-A group of enthusiastic Physics students visit Heyworth Pump Station- Class pictures taken. For a day we are reminded that "Unto dust we shall return," and Lent begins.-Why such long faces?-No wonder, U. High has defeated us, but we are cheered by winning the County Championship.-More pep meetings.-With intense ex- citement we play Community High in Wesleyan's Gym and win in overtime.-We are again "City Champs"!-Our girls keep up our reputation by carrying off the "Y" trophy. -What a team! After two overtimes Trinity and Spaulding decide to play off the tie next Sunday. Spaulding wins by one point.-They're off!-All eyes turn toward the National Catholic Tournament at Chicago.-Our boys win their first game only to be defeated in their second.--They are royally entertained at the Edgewater Beach Hotel.-- From a tiny spark a flame burst toward the sky.-With breaking hearts we see beloved Holy Trinity Church become a smoldering mass of ruins.-Treasures that can never be replaced are destroyed. Father Moore receives kind assistance from all sides-With the aid of willing members of the parish the gymnasium is converted into a chapel and Easter Mass is celebrated. 46 I l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL i , April, May, J une "I found Him in the .rbining of the Jtari, I mark'a' Him in the flowering of Hi: jieldxf' Class spirit is aroused by the Subscription drive-All former records are broken- the Sophomores win!-Individual awards also go to Sophs-Bob McGraw and Eileen Myres are the proud winners of first prizes.-Ann Jefferson and Steve Evans, juniors, win second.-I.W.U. royally entertains the Senior girls on Womeni's Day. Father Harbauer talks to the Juniors and Seniors-arouses interest in Viator.-Trinity receives accrediting from North Central Association.-The Botany class go on a field trip.-The Seniors entertain the Sophomores with a party for winning the Subscription Drive.- Class picnics become topics of interest.-The Trinitas creates the usual stir of interest.- "Won't you sign in my book?"-The long looked-for Prom becomes at last a reality and fades into a happy memory.-The Class play draws a crowd-the best ever!-Tests- Finals-Exams-Quizzes-Questionnaires-Oh well, let's go swimming!-Baccalaureate Sunday!-Tomorrow night!-Yes tomorrow night we graduate!-Four years doesn't seem so long, looking back now.- -Goodbye dear old Trinity.-After tomorrow we will be Alumni!-Don't forget us Trinity! We will always hold fond memories of you! Vale! 47 i932 l DOMESTIC SCIENCE BOTANY RnuM 48 cnzmsmv LABORATORY COMMERCIAL ROOM I I 9 The Holy Night I-'riday afternoon, December the seventeenth, a group of students presented a religious pageant, "The Holy Night." The theme of the production was taken from "St, Luke," Chapter II. The High School Girls' Choir and Glee Club, attired as the angelic host rendered Christmas carols and hymns to the accompaniment of the school orchestra. Gladys McGonnigal, the reader, introduced each tableau with a scriptural reading. Tableau I, "Enroute to Bethlehem," revealed Charlotte Nordine as the Blessed Virgin, and Vernon Doyle as St. Joseph seeking shelter under the protection of the starry heavensg Mary Friedrich, attired as the appointed guardian angel, followed in the shadow of the sacred couple. The chorus and reader prepared the audience for Tableau II, "The Shepherds' Watcl1." A group of senior and sophomore boys played the roles of the shepherds. The angelic host announced the birth of the Blessed Babe. The Nativity Scene, Tableau III was very beautiful. The Holy Group, with the attending angels hovering around the hallowed stable, occupied the center of the stage. Tableau IV "Adoration of the Wise Men," portrayed the Three Kings offering their gifts, while the Shepherds occupied the right of the stage, with the angelic host in the background. The chorus and orchestra brought the pageant to a fitting close with the inspiring hymn, "Adeste Fidelisf' 49 1932 l T. H. S. lVlARGAR ET CIINNINGIIAM Di rector Hiram Draper, jr ...... Elinor Beauchamp ....... Lady Amy Ducksworth ..... Hiram Draper, Sr ....... Mrs. Hiram Draper .... Sir Percy Beauchamp .... Alfred Honeycutt .... 1932 ALVIN KELLER MARGARET DAVIDSON "So This is London" BY ARTHUR GOODRICH Presented by SENIOR CLASS May 31, 1932 Miss MARGARET O'MALLEY ...........................AlvinKeller Lady Beauchamp ................ . . . .Margaret Cunningham . . . . .Margaret Davidson . . . . . . .Francis Jacoby . . . . . .Lucille Mulcahy . . . .Martin La Follette ....... ...Robert Kerber . . . .Mary Theresa O'Brien Thomas, a butler .................. ........ I gnatius Keogh Jennings, Lady Ducksw0rth's butler .... .......,............. S teve Gould Stage Manager - Donald Heintzman 50 l I 9 32 l I Standing: Vernon Doyle, john Schober, Mary Helen Delmar, Irene Sleevar, Cleo Daugherty, Andrew Jabsen, Mary Friedrich, Ignatius Keogh, Lucile Larkin, Steve Gould, john Weldon. Seated: Mary Theresa O'Brien, Margaret Cunningham, Mary Ann Houghtaling, Madeleine Cleinmark, Minnie Callahan, Julia Sweeney, Mary Bender. The Trinitas Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF---Mary Anna Houghtaling ASSOCIATE EDITORS Steve Gould Ignatius Keogh Cleo Daugherty Margaret Cunningham Mary Friedrich COPYISTS Julia Sweeney Lucile Larkin ART COMMITTEE BUSINESS COMMITTEE Vernon Doyle john Schober Mary Bender John Welfion Darwin Gildner Mary T. O'Brien 51 Minnie Callahan Irene Sleevar ATHLETIC COMMITTEE Andrew jabsen Mary Helen Delmar Madeleine Cleinmarl-: l932 I TRINIT-Y ---"Wherefore let thy roire Rite like a fountain for me night and day, For what are men helter than .cheep or goat! That nourish a blind life within the brain, If, hnoufing God, they lift not hand: of prayer Both for them.fel1'e.r and thoxe uho call thern friend? For .fo the whole round earth if every way Bound hy .gold chain! about the feet of God." 52 l 1932 f.' X ' vgql: ,mf 'pr , L4 K N, HN ,V X YR 5-,, Alzw' ., .I C Y K 1 1 0 4 V vm Til n 1 an xx 5 5 g f L ' x 1 qlnxd ' H ' ,-if-Vw ll bll fllll Q f ffihfx M Q24-. -f In , Q Q57 H Q1 WB y in IWH',n HJ' . 'ly W v 1wN1fm'W J Y P 1 - -- , 1 3 'fuzn , . . - -, .-,il-. K ' - 01- up -'A 'm. J E. W' mg 9. D A 006 -- .. ru, lo-nf! -"Q-r.-'J 0.0 . c. Q - go Q, 9 no ..w, A v. . ff -1 '- Qfa. v-9",ffb,cE9 'Q -4'-? 0 ,, .Z " Mmslnll P r 'wi Gb!! 7 N, W , N E .X X x 1. A K XL - L I n ." Q 1 '5..-.nw Second row: A. Keller, XV. McGrath, S. Gould, J. Thoennes, J. Weldon. First row: G. Haas, M. Houghtaling, M. Davidson, M. Cunningham, M. Cleinmark, L. Larkin. Foreground: M. H. Delmar, G. Flynn. Webster Debating Society orrierzns President . . . ......... M. H. Delmar Secretary-Treasurer . . . ..... L. Larkin "Al'gllllICllf.f zwiflv rorzrrieme wry judgment in .fereral u'ay.r." The Webster Debating Society has completed its eighth year of activity. Membership is selective, and among the upper classmen a great deal of excellent talent has been developed. This club meets regularly every Monday evening. The programs consist of Par- liamentary discussions, extemporaneous talks and debates upon live topics of the day. Those who are members of the Webster Debating Society are anxious to see it con- tinue, for its gives an opportunity, not available elsewhere in the curriculum, for prac- tice in public speaking, systematic thinking, and free discussion on current questions. 54 i I93Z Fourth Row: Anna Capodice, Dorothy Whalen, Mary Lynch, Mardelle Smith, Anna Mae Neville, Margaret Davidson, jerry Haas, Ann jefferson, Eileen Brown. Third Row: Mary Dunn, Helen Maloney, Eileen Kinsella, Nancy McDonnell, Sarah Roland, Ann Lowry, Mary Ann Costello, Madeline Enright, Jane McClure, Rosemary Larkin. Second Row: Eileen Meyers, Eleanor Kelley, Margaret Cunningham, Rosemary Prasch, jane Salmon, Elizabeth Ringeisen, Mary Houghtaling, Doris Ely, Rosemary Schaffer, Irene Gildner. First Row: Mildred Wells, Madeline Falkingham, Mary Bender, Corona Snyder, Mary Belz, Mary Connors, Mary O'Brien, Helen Berry, Margaret Klein. Girls' Choir Every Friday morning at 10:-45 the Girls' Choir holds its weekly meeting. Diligent and wholehearted practice has had excellent results. At the 9:00 o'clock Mass each Sunday morning hymns are sung by this group of about forty girls. They also sing at the special evening services during the year. The progress of the liturgical year is observed in an appropriate way. In October hymns in honor of the Holy Rosary were sungg at Christmas time our thoughts were elevated by their beautiful Nativity carols, the Resurrection of Our Lord was commemorated at Easter time by the singing of the "Regina Coeli." Special honor was paid to our Queen during the month of May. Thus have the members of the choir raised many hearts and minds in devout prayer, by the blending of their voices in praise of God. -55 l93Z l TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Fourth row: Mardell Smith, Helen Grimm, Mary Bender, Mildred Wells, Anna Mae Neville, Margaret Schad, Catherine Sweeney, Gladys McGonnigal, Sarah Roland, Doris Ely, Eileen Meyers, Mary Frances Lynch, Eleanor Kelly. Third row: Doris Ryan, Minnie Callahan, Elizabeth Luby, Irene Sleevar, Margaret Cunningham, Geraldyne Haas, Elizabeth Ringeisen, Mary Dunn, Eileen Kinsella, Helen Maloney, Mary Helen Delmar, Nancy McDonnell, Margaret Kline, Mary Ann Houghtaling. Second row: Marion Sprague, Eileen Brown, Elizabeth Shields, Mary Frances Clooney, jane Salmon, Rosemary Prasch, Lucile Mulcahey, Mary Friederich, julia Sweeney. First row: Lillian McGraw, Lucille Larkin, Mary Jane Kelly, Carona Snyder, Anna Marie Capodice, Mary Frances Wlialen, Madeline Falkingham, Mary Theresa O'Brien. Glee Club During the years of its organization the Glee Club, of all extra curricular activities, has always been most enthusiastically acclaimed by newcomers, as well as by the older students. As a result of this general interest, our club is unusually large this year, and boasts ot' a variety of well trained voices. Under the capable direction of Miss Cecil McGraw we have held our weekly meet- ings in the Social room every Tuesday morning at 10:45, and have mastered several chorus numbers, besides rehearsing many old favorite songs. Our extensive plans for the customary St. Patricks Day operetta had to be dis- continued as circumstances destined that our auditorium be used for more sacred pur- poses. The club gave evidence of its careful training and work by the pleasing numbers rendcred on Class Night and at the Commencement Exercises in june. 56 1932 l Back row: Welclon, C. Daugherty, H. Kinsella, S. Gould, M. H. Delmar, M. Cleinmark, C. Austin, A. Mantle, G. Haas, M. A. Houghtaling, V. Doyle, M. Cunning- ham, Thoennis, M. Schad, and L. Larkin. Front row: M. Davidson, M. T. O'Brien, A. Kellar, C. Sweeney, Sweeney, D. Ryan, M. Friedrich, M. Callahan, I. Sleevar. The Aquinas Literary Clulb OFFICERS President . . . ............ C. Sweeney Vice-President . . . . .... Sweeney Secretary-Treasurer . . . ..... A. Kellar The Aquinas Literary Club was reorganized for the year 1931-1932. It meets every two weeks at 9:15. This club was organized for the purpose of encouraging a wider reading and an intelligent appreciation of good literature. At each meeting, after the business of the day is disposed of, the time is spent in open discussion of books, authors, and current trends of literature. A special study of poetry and poetic form has been made. Membership in the Club is restricted to students of the Senior Class. Each member is entitled to enter the Short Story Contest. The winner's name is engraved on the loving cup presented for the encouragement of Short Story writing. At the same time the winner of the prize story is announced, those stories which received honorable mention are read. 57 l93Z l Back row: E. Murray, M. H. Delmar, Sweeney, M. M. Cunningham, M. Schad, G. Kerber, Theis, D. Kinsella, M. Dalton, E. Murray, E. Kerber, M. Clienmark. Fourth row: B. Hindenberg, M. Bender, l. Kelly, F. Dalton, G. McGonnigal, C. Sweeney, D. Ryan, M. Callahan, L. Larkin, M. F. Connors, M. Flynn, I. Watson, C. Nordine. Third row: I. Sleevar, M. Davidson. Second row: G. Haas, E. Luby. First row: L. Mulcahy, M. Frederich, H. Kinsella. The "T" Club The "T" Club or Girls' Athletic Association has met with real success since its organization in 1929. The purpose of the club is to further girls' interests in sports. Basketball is the most popular of the sport activities, however, volley ball, soccer, golf, tennis and hiking claim marked attention. The "T" Club boasts a larger enrollment than usual this year, a fact which vouches for its increasing popularity. 58 I93Z Alumni OFFICERS DIRECTORS Xilcffpfeslflent :Richard Conroy Fay Mccleuand Catherine Brotherton Treasurer Mabel Driscoll Joseph Conley Owen Kane Secretary Esther Penn Mafl' lung l VVILLIAM LENAHAN, President Trinity Alumni Association had a very successful year under the leadership of William Lenahan, of the class of 1910, who was chosen to succeed john Boylan. For the students as well as the alumni, the big activity of the year is always the Homecoming, and this year we had a great festival. Special credit for its success is due to Kenneth Clothier, our able chairman. The hearts of Trinity graduates and former students are saddened by the burning of Holy Trinity Church. For most of us it was the place of our Baptism, First Holy Communion, and Confirmation. In Memoriam The association wishes to extend its sympathy to the families of Thornton Murphy and Clarence Gildner. Their deaths were a loss to Alumni too, for they were both active members and exemplary young men. May their souls rest in peace! 59 l93Z f 'With all obedience to the King, and wrought All hind of xerzfire with a noble awe That grazed the lowliest act fn doing it." so I 9-3-2 A A x '- ' L bu :Aff-. fa fl K ff A , Al. H 1 9 lg, '1' 'C T uw-f, H1 Axim Q 06.2. N E llllllllnsi? vu I' N. mln' H' lllmimn .1lmi1Tf"' , ff I Z K2 X cfigij K A ' , 2 oo out 000 , 1 X U. ll' Viz: ,J Vg ,.z'l:l"T'T'7- fo 7'2"- ffi 1 . ff? L :. ,I-I 43' 'TZ ' ' ,-f5f.'Eff'7"" 7. 'il' 'P--J' :ffm vo-" .5-.xv .:--'-9?-L1'1f,:'1'f.T? 1-'QU' Q91 -ei 1'-. ,-5,511.7 ,ff 'a'-',5fb'.'j:-.3421.o,',f:" -1 rr A T AL' '-'iufx 'BEJ7'-r'-' ..i'f3zeL95"1"7'fC'1v1f ' 't' mmf? 5" '57 1: J 'f'.o'Q'.Pgf22:19-.,".,':"6 ge Eqgipgu 2'e0?PJ4APQe:.::i, .5 2-f hz, ee ' EIIPQIV The Rev. ll. lP. Farrell ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Again we pay tribute to our Athletic Di- rector, the much loved Father Farrell, who in his five years at Holy Trinity has endeared him- self, not only to those with whom he comes in contact, but also to all who come under dear Trinity's wing. The older men of the parish, as well as the little children regard him as a true and sympa- thetic priest, a loyal friend, and a genuine sportsman. Holy Trinity is fortunate in having a man of such high caliber in charge of its athletic activities, and recognizing his ability, and knowing his worth, we hope to keep him for many years in our midst. "Don" Karnes FOOTBALL COACH Witli the wisdom of a Solomon and the psychology of a Knute Rockne, our highly esteemed football coach, Don Karnes, has again piloted his team through another tough and trying season to a victorious close. His happy and genial personality is an asset much to be coveted, and with such a man at the helm it is safe to say that Trinity will always be outstanding in high school football. Priests, Sisters, and Parents feel safe in trusting their young manhood to his care. 62 i , l932 Third row: Father Farrell, Ed Belz, George Schultz, Charles Sweeney, Andrew jabsen, Robert Fenton, john Meaney, Bill Conroy, George Meyers, Richard Fox, Hank Dalton QAss't Coachj, Don Karnes, Coach. Second row: Ed Kane, Tom Woodin, Fred Trenkle, joe Dennis, Harry Condon, John Dohm, James Shipley, Tom Gibbons, Ralph Lee, Bruce O'Malley, Gene Conroy fFreshman Coachj. First row: Tom Lowry, Mgr., Donald Heintzman, Tony Capodice, Francis Jacoby, Gene Kilmartin, Louis Sommers, George Nelson, Lawrence Radka, Ignatius Keogh, Frank Straub, Dan Kearney, Robert McGraw, Mgr. Football When the first Fall breezes blew across the Trinity campus in September, Don Karnes sent out his call for the "Fighting Irish." A prompt response resulted in a squad com- posed largely of experienced men intermingled with many good rookies. With three lettermen in the backfield and six in the line Don's prospects were very bright. He soon molded a smooth working eleven that was something to be proud of. They deserved the name of the "Fighting Irish," even though they weren't all Irish. Don's creed was: "Drive low and tackle hard," and it was this slogan that carried Trinity through one of its most successful seasons. Much to our pride four Trinity men were picked from the Irish for positions on the inter-city team. Graduation is going to leave many vacancies in the ranks this year. Nine seniors have sung their Swan Song as far as football at Trinity is concerned. However, all the football players were not in the Senior class, and Don is a regular miracle man when it comes to filling an opening. 63 l932 . lx . .K . The Games Trinity 33 Forrest 7 Trinity 27 St. Theresa 0 Trinity 6 Bloomington 0 Trinity 7 Farmer City 0 Trinity 7 Normal 7 Trinity 20 Bloomington 0 Trinity 34 U. High 6 Trinity 13 Fairbury 26 Trinity 53 Cathedral High 0 Total 200 Total 46 TRINITY 33 FORREST 7 The Trinity football team received its baptism of fire against the heavy Forrest artillery. In this game the Trinity men showed power. They pushed the ball over the Forrest goal five times for touchdowns and three times for extra points. Late in the last quarter Forrest returned a kick-off for their only touchdown. They also made the extra point. The final score was, Trinity 33, Forrest 7. TRINITY 27 ST. TI-IERESA 0 The St. Theresa warriors did not offer much opposition to the strong Trinity eleven who invaded Decatur. The Trinity gridsters crossed the goal line four times during the game and added the extra point three times, to make the score 27 to 0. The Trinity reserves also showed strength in this game. They fought the Decatur team on even terms for one quarter. TRINITY 6 BLOOMINGTON 0 "Lct's crack 'emi' was the war cry of the Trinity team as they charged upon the gridiron to meet the Bloomington High team. The fans had picked Bloomington to win because of their size, forgetting however, to consider the fight and drive hidden under the mole skins of the smaller Irish team. Every man went out on the field and gave all that he had. It wouldn't be fair to try to pick outstanding heroes because every player was a star. By persistent drives and a long pass the Irish carried the ball over for the only point in the game. 64 I l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL , -ns f A A----fee-ew - .,.. . ' TRINITY 7 FARMER CITY 0 Trinity's victory over Bloomington almost proved its downfall. They went to Farmer City a little too confident and it took the whole first half to wake them up to the fact that the Moore Township boys were tough. A nice pass in the fourth quarter from Gibbons to Conroy and the extra point by jabsen gave Trinity a 7 to 0 decision. TRINITY 7 NORMAL 7 A touchdown and the extra point in the initial quarter by Normal put Trinity under a severe handicap. The Trinity men did not give up hope but stayed in and fought for three quarters. An irresistible drive in the fourth quarter gave them the hard-earned six points and Belz drove over for the extra point to make the score 7 to 7. "Don" said that it was the greatest comeback a Trinity team has ever made. The superb running of Conroy and Belz and the great line work of Woodin and Lee made this comeback possible. TRINITY 20 BLOOMINGTON 0 Some people said that Trinity won the "unofficial" game with Bloomington on "breaks" but after the "official" game there was no doubt in their minds that Trinity was the better team. The line out-charged the heavier Bloomington line, Dennis, Sweeney and Fenton being the main-stays. Nice blocking by Fox and Gibbons made holes for the back to aim at. Trinity won by an overwhelming margin of 20 to 0. TRINITY 34 U. HIGH 6 Trinity ran wild over the small U. High team. Trinity outclassed the suburbans, piling up a 34 point lead. U. High broke loose in the last quarter to make their only score. When the final gun was fired the score was Trinity 34, U. High 6. TRINITY 13 FAIRBURY 26 Trinity met its Waterloo at the hands of Fairbury. The speedy running of Hender- son and King was too much for the Trinity men. Trinity's six point lead was lost when Fairbury made a 20 point rally in the second quarter. jabsen plowed through the line for many a yard and Meyers smashed through for a great number of clean, open tackles but all in vain. Trinity bowed to a 26 to 13 defeat. TRINITY 53 CATHEDRAL 0 A sea of mud did not prevent Trinity from running up a 53 to O victory over the small Cathedral High team of Springfield. Many of the fellows sang their "Swan song" that day and it would have taken a strong team to stop them. 65 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Charles H. Bennett BASKETBALL COACH Few high schools can boast such an able basketball coach as Charles H. Bennett. Under the industrious and intelligent teaching of "Charlie," Trinity teams work with the smooth regularity of perfect machines. After meeting the best teams in this section, Trinity finished the season with the unforgettable record of nineteen victories and only four defeats. There was one tie game. Witlm Bennett at the helm Trinity fans always expect to see a fighting, in- telligent team in action. "A Bennett coached team is a well coached team," has become a slogan at Trinity. DONVNSTATE TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Trinity 21 Visitation, Kewanee 12 Trinity 23 St. Mary's, Moline 12 Trinity 15 St. Joseph, R. l. 11 Trinity 20 Spaulding 20 ALL-STAR SELECTION Conroy, Trinity ................ Forward Miller, St. Joseph. Peters, Spaulding . Sweeney. Trinity . . . . . Martin, Routt . . . . . . .... Forward . . . .... Center . .Guard . . . .Guard till l 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Second row: Robert McGraw, Mgr., john Dohm, Tom Gibbons, John Meaney, Tom Woodin, Ed Kane, Robert Fenton, Mgr. First row: Frank Straub, Charles Sweeney, Bill Conroy fCapt.j, Richard Fox, Fred Trenkle. Basketball This was one of the most successful seasons in the history of basketball at Trinity, and we have every reason to be proud of the boys who wore our Blue and White. Our team overcame some of the strongest High School teams in the state: defeating Carlock, the McLean County Champions, dividing two games with U. High, the district cham- pions, two games with Mt. Pulaski, one of the toughest teams from their section of the state, and last, but not least, played the strong Spaulding Institute of Peoria to a dead- lock, after leading throughout, in the Downstate Catholic Tournament, only losing to the same strong team in the "play-ot?" for the championship. Because of the high caliber of the basketball displayed by our boys, a generous invitation was given them to play in the National Catholic Tournament, although they were not the winners in our own state. To show their mettle Trinity swamped Binghamton, New York, in their first game at the National tournament only to lose a heart-breaking game to the strong St. Patrick team of Chicago, who incidentally, were the winners of first place. 67 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Second row: john Haughtaling, Joseph Grifhn, Francis Carroll, Tom Lowry fMgr.j First row: Elmo Kistner, Ed. McCambridge, Louis Sommers, Tony Capodice, Robert Fitzgerald. All-American Basketball Team While some might not consider their record an overwhelming success, the All- Americans have learned enough about the game to till next year, the places of Conroy and Gibbons, the only Seniors on the squad, and to merit a place for themselves on the first team. Much is expected of this team next season and the boys themselves have high hopes of living up to these expectations. When the basketball season opens next fall, we hope to support one of the strongest basketball organizations that Trinity has ever produced. 68 I i932 I l l 1 i 1 I I I 4 WTRINITY-HIQYH SCHOOL TRINITY GYMNASIUM The Games TRINITY 24 ST. THERESA 15 Again outplaying the St. Theresa team, the Blue and White warriors won 24-15. It was a good game for three quarters but in the fourth quarter Trinity began hitting from all angles to swamp St. Theresa. TRINITY 28 FAIRBURY 18 - In a game between two crack teams, Trinity had the push in the second half to defeat Fairbury 28-18. It was a clearly earned victory with Straub and Conroy leading the Trinity attack. TRINITY 23 NORMAL 18 Coming from behind in the last minutes of play the fighting Trinity team sent its supporters home with happy hearts by winning from Normal 23-18. This was a very fast game that had the crowd in an uproar most of the time so victory was sweet for Trinity. TRINITY 34 BLOOMINGTON 12 A sterling defense that held Bloomington in check at every stage of the game gave the Trinity team victory over Bloomington High again by the score of 34-12. The Trinity boys were out for blood in this second game and never gave their opponents a chance to shoot, Bloomington scoring but two field baskets all evening. 69 ' ae--. ..... it -my 1 gsm--g --m.d-c.-,-- U l W ii TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL TRINITY 20 CLINTON 17 Trinity won its eleventh consecutive victory of the season by nosing out Clinton 20-17. This was a fast game throughout with Chuck Sweeney starring for Trinity along with Trenkle and Conroy. TRINITY 25 MT. PULASKI 11 Mt. Pulaski came here with an impressive record and reputation, but Trinity was prepared. There never was any doubt as to "who was who" after the game had started. With every man on Trinity's team playing a great game the final score left Trinity in the lead 25-11. TRINITY 17 BLOOMINGTON 14 Playing their first game of the season Trinity triumphed over Bloomington by a score of 17-14. In such an early game neither team could be expected to click perfectly, but Trinity had the punch and power to come through with baskets when they were needed most to gain the reward of victory. TRINITY 25 TREMONT 13 Trinity won its second game of the present campaign by defeating Tremont 25 to 13. The team clicked at times with power that showed great things in store for Trinity in the inter-city battle. TRINITY 35 ST. THERESA 12 A powerful Trinity team proved too much for the plucky St. Theresa quintet in this game and Trinity ended on top by the wide margin of 35-12. Coach Bennett sub- stituted often in this game in order to try out his new men. TRINITY 12 NILES, MICHIGAN, 8 Team work won for Trinity again in this tight game with the Niles quintet. Trinity traveled far to play this team and they fought hard to win in an overtime period 13-8. TRINITY 55 EL PASO 14 Trinity won this game in easy fashion, trouncing El Paso 35-14. Bill Conroy would not be stopped and he contributed 20 points to Trinity's total. TRINITY 21 U. HIGH 10 Playing their second inter-city game, Trinity won from U. High to the tune of 21-10. Trinity led at all times in this rather slow game with Trenkle and Sweeney starring. MT. PULASKI 24 TRINITY 16 Playing without the services of Bill Conroy and Frank Straub Trinity lost its first game of the season to a righting Mt. Pulaski team 24-16. Chuck Sweeney played a wonderful game for Trinity. 70 I 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL U. HIGH 20 TRINITY 17 Trinity could not Hnd itself in the last half of this game and was outplayed by U. High, losing by a score of 20-17. Trinity led most of the way and would have won if it had not been for a spurt by jacquat of U. High in the last few minutes of play that netted his team six points. TRINITY 17 NORMAL 14 In their second game with Normal Trinity clinched the inter-city title by winning a great game 17-14. The regular playing period ended in a deadlock at 12 all but Trinity pulled ahead in the overtime period to win. Every man on Trinity's team starred. TRINITY 32 CARLOCK 10 Trinity defeated Carlock, the County Champions, easily in this game. The Trinity machine clicked perfectly, both on offense and defense to win by a score of 32-10. TRINITY 21 FAIRBURY 12 The second game with Fairbury proved an easy victory for Trinity. Once gaining the lead, Trinity held it easily to win. In fairness to Fairbury it must be said that their star center, Bedel, was out of action with injuries, but Trinity deserved to win as the game was played. TRINITY 15 EL PASO 11 With El Paso stalling on an early 6-3 lead the Trinity team found it hard to get the ball and score. A last minute rally sent Trinity ahead to win, with Tom Gibbons starring. Post-Season Basketball TRINITY 24 NORMAL 21 In a post-season game at the Wesleyan gym the Trinity team again took a fighting Normal team into camp after a hard battle. Again the game went into extra periods, the regular playing time ended in a tie at 21 all. Dick Fox was outstanding in this game with Sweeney and Trenkel not far behind, although every man on the team played a great game. 71 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Down State Catholic Tournament Trinity Basket-ball team entered the Downstate Catholic 'Tournament held at St. Viator's College on March 4, 5, and 6. The Trinity Team had been picked as the prob- able winner because of its impressive record all season, having won 17 games and lost but 2 in the battle for the Inter-city championship title. Hence, it was regarded as one of the strongest teams in Central Illinois. Trinity cleared its first obstacle in the tournament by trouncing Visitation of Kewance after a brilliant duel 21-12. Fred Trenkle was outstanding on offense, while Tom Gibbons and John Meany played stellar defensive roles. Pushing aside St. Mary's of Moline 23-12, Trinity marched to the semi-finals in the Catholic Tournament. Frank Straub and Fred Trenkle led Trinity's attack with 11 and 8 points each respectively. In this semi-final tilt Trinity breezed through in easy fashion to win from St. joseph of Rock Island 15-11. Trenkle and Fox led the attack while the Trinity defense functioned smoothly at all times. The old time tradition of a meeting in the finals of Trinity and Spaulding was again upheld this year. The game on the night of March 6 ended in a 20 to 20 tie after two overtime periods. This was a great game with every player fighting his best to win. Bill Conroy and Chuck Sweeney were put on the All-Star team. Conroy won the most valuable player trophy. The tie had to be played ofi' in order that the trophies for first and second place could be awarded, so the two teams clashed again on the following Sunday. Spaulding won by a score of 17 to 16, a score just large enough to win by, but not large enough to show any superiority over the stubborn Irish. National Catholic Tournament By virtue of the tie game between Trinity and Spaulding at St. Viator on March 8, both teams received an invitation to the National Catholic Tournament at Loyola on March 16. The local team had proved such a powerful and fast organization all season that much was expected of it in the National Catholic Meet. Trinity galloped into the second round of the tournament by crushing the St. Patrick Academy of Binghamton, New York, to the tune of 31-6. Only two field goals were scored by the Pats, so tight was the Trinity defense. Conroy gave Trinity possession of the ball at every tipoff and counted five field goals. It took a classy squad of sharp shooters from Bishop England of Charleston, S. C., to eliminate Trinity from the National Catholic Tournament 24-16. Trinity completely out-maneuvered and out-guessed the opposition on the floor but could not connect with the irons. Every Trinity man played a great game with Trenkle the standout. 72 , l93Z TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 0155 ON5 EEKVE I MfANEY FOX ' STEAUB TIPENKLE 9 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Back row: Irene Sweeney, Jane Salmon, Mary H. Delmar, Eleanor Kelley, Margaret Cunningham. Front row: Mary Belz, Rosemary Prasch, Madeline Cleinmark QCapt.j, Mary A. Costello, Rosemary Larkin. Girls' Basketball This year, the Trinity girls undoubtedly had the most successful basketball team since the organization of girls' athletics. Without once meeting defeat the team piled up twelve consecutive wins, overcoming such teams as Cabery Girls' Team, the Kankakee Independents, and State Farm Mutual Girls' Team. The outstanding feature and the main reason for this row of victories, was the teamwork and general good spirit among the girls. Since it is customary for every winning basketball team to enter the general city tournament held at the Y. W. C. A., the Trinity organization was invited to participate. They found no diiliculty in overcoming their competitors, and as a result, captured the first place trophy. The girls wish to express their appreciation to Father Farrell for his willing and efficient help in sponsoring their activities. 74 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Second row: Mgr. Robert McGraw, john Travis, Ed Belz, Frank Straub, Andrew jabsen, Louis Sommers, Donald Heintzman, Elston Leary, Mgr. Lowry. First row: Bill Conroy, George Nelson, Tom Gibbons, john Schober, john Nice, Richard Fox, Edmund Kane. The Baseball Team With nine "vets" back from last year's team and plenty of new men to pick from Trinity ventures forth for fame on the diamond. Prospects are very bright at Trinity this year because among the veterans are some good pitchers, tielders, and hitters who will be in the pink after a week or so under the coaching of Father Farrell and Bill Connors. A team with a good coach usually gets somewhere, but when you get two sharks together you can be certain of results. Big things are expected of the following "vets": Conroy, who will work on the mound and behind the log, if necessary, Ed Belz, who will also take his turn on the rubberg Nice, Kane, Straub, and Gibbons are expected to stop all the infield balls, Leary and jabsen are the only fielders returning. john Schober has the makings of a good catcher, while Nelson, Sommers, and Heintzman are sure to see action. This year's schedule includes games with Bloomington High School, U. High, Normal, Streator, Fairbury, and Heyworth. 75 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 'But wherefore would ye men Jhould ufomler at you? Nay, rather for the Jake of me, their King, And the deed'J Jake my knigbtbood do the deed, Than to be noixed of." 76 1932 QUE EQ QUHMHQ TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL D. HAYES 6: SON Prescription Druggisls MELVIN S. HAYES, PROP. Corner Main and Locust Streets Phone 242 CHAMBERS 8: GIBSON BARBER SHOP 605 North Main Three Chairs "Il Pays fo Look Well" Senior-"Stop, or I'Il blow your brains out." Freshy-"Ha, ha, ha! Where are you going to find them?" Sr. F.-"What is a parasite?" R. Morrisey-"Me?" Sr. F.-"Yes, now name another." Bob Fenton fin Hayes Drug Storej-"Gimme LI quarters worth of rat poison Mr. Hayes-"Wanna take it with you?" Bob-"Naw, I'll send the rats after it." A Sforc of Fashion Dresses Bloominglon's Leading Outfitters Millinery Suits of u Shoes Coats Smartly Dressed H1-SCh0OlCfS Accessories W. H. ROLAND A Siore of Fashion Quality of Quality of Foods Service Food N C ishop on Mm O ',s:,':,i33i C 624 North Main Street Phone 2489-L 78 I 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL BOYS! GIRLS Y WHEN YOU CET MARRIED Buy Your FURNITURE, STOVES, and RUGS of S S Buy of Stern-Pap as you earn 504-6 NORTH MAIN STREET Remember our slogan- "Buy of Siem-Pay as you earn" Sr. F.-"In dramatizing this story the hardest part is the ending. How would you end the play Alvin ?., Alvin K.-"I'd drop the curtain." Sr. V.-"Give me the definition of a vacuum, Ralph." Ralph B.-"I just canyt say it, but I've got it in my head." Sr. P. N.-"Dorothy, what is your report on?" Dorothy K.--"On Andrew jabsen, Sister-er-er I mean Andrew jackson." COATS xr- x Y .. f lo '.5j'Fl'l4ill sr i rl l-l NX ff The Brighfesi Spoi in Town SUITS DRESSES BLOUSES SHOES IVIILLINERY CORSETS LINGERIE Chilclren's and Infant's Wear Draperies Dry Goods Gift Shop Aiwwfdm CLAY DOGLEY "The Tire Man" Tires Tubes Vulcanizing Chains for every car 2l2-l4 W. FRONT STREET PHONE 835 79 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL HElVIBREIKER'S Flowers for All Occasions 505 N. Main St. l03 W. Front St. Phone 235 Phone 3009 WHITE OAK SERVICE STATION Texaco Gas and Oils Pcnzbesl anal Quaker Sfaie PHONE 2403 1532 W. LOCUST ST. J. J. FISHER, PROP. WANTED A letter "T" like the big fellows have.-Raymond Evers. A bright pupil for the Algebra class.-Sister I. A fullback to take jabsen's place at line bruising. One Civics contract.-Senior Class. A pageless Physics.-Gene Conroy. A little excitement.--Ted Spence. A diploma tied in a blue ribbon.--All of us. Someone who can out-talk Bender. Several Physics Credits.--Seniors. JOHN HAUC- 8: SON Fine Qualify Shoes and Repairing 525 North Main Street GYM AND TENNIS SHOES KIRKPATRICK HOUSE FURNISHING COMPANY Furniture, Carpets, Rugs Large lines to select from Carpet department in charge of Mr. Patrick Maher Phone I664 C T E. Miller Street MAPLEWOOD GREENI-IOUSES for Flowers COX SHOE COMPANY East Side of Square Distinctive Footwear within Price reach of Everyone. 80 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Very Much A ppreciated The many courtesies shown us by the officers, teach- ers, and pupils of the various departments of Trinity. as well as all departments connected with the school system, are very much appreciated, and we are glad to have this opportunity to reciprocate even though in a small degree. 81 1932 I TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL WHEN YOU CRAVE SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT Ask your grocer for HAPPY HOUR FOODS A complete line of line foods gathered from the four corners of the world ...... picked and packed at the peak of perfection so that you may enjoy a delicate exquisite flavor. Distributed by CAMPBELL l-lOl..TON 61 CO. Bloomington Mary F.--"How can you stand lying in bed so late mornings?" Madeline C.-"I don't stand lying in bed. l'm no contortionistf' Margaret D.--tdriving along the highway and spying the linemen at work repairing the telephone wiresj "Well, they needn't run up a pole just because they see me coming!" The trouble with most graduates after commencement is that they don't commence. T. L. Kalahar Phone 679-R A. Munsell T l'l E V O G U E Four Chair Barber Shop and Shining Parlor Men Men Women 206 North East St., Bloomington, lllinois Women Children Service with Courtesy Children D E l.. lVl A R ' S Home Cafe Phone 2667-X l09 S. lVlain St., Bloomington, Illinois CORN BELT BANK -Safe -Sound Bloomington, lllinois -COl7SCfL70fiU6 L. E. WITT feweter anal Optometrist 501 N. Main Street Phone 475-J 82 l 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1932 PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLISHING COMPANY 509-I I-I3 North East Street BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS 83 1932 T TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Manufaclui'ci's of Air Conditioning and Heating Systems For Homes, Schools, Churches, Stores, Garages, Etc. AMERICAN FOUNDRY 61 FURNACE CO. Bloomington, Illinois UNITED MOTORS SERVICE Complete Automobile Repairing Starting, Lighting, Ignition and Radiator Service BLOOIVIINGTON BATTERY SERVICE INC. 302 E. Cirove St. Phone 83 FOR SALE A slightly used brain. Inquire junior class room. Senior Assembly on june S. Everybody welcome. juniors cordially invited. Great sale! All kinds of school supplies. Books good as new. Never been used. Broken pencils, borrowed pens, detective magazines. All must go! Come early and get the best bargains. All Senior Books at 2024! discount-Elston Leary. My famous red sweaterijoe Dennis. M. WALSH CE, SONS, Inc. Monumerzis 600 Block W. Olive Phone 536 BLOOIVIINGTON, ILLINOIS S4 I93Z TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL GEORGE R. FLYNN Funeral Home Ambulance Service Phone 600 709-ll North Main Street Bloomington, Illinois Sophomore-"Did you ever take chloroform?" Freshman-"No, who teaches it?" Sr. P. N.-"Donald, what do we want in our government?" D. Heintzman-"We want reforms, we want government reform, we want labor reform, we want--" Class-"Chloroform." Sr. V.-"Who gave you the black eye?" joe D.-"Gave it to me! Say I had to fight good and hard for it." W. J. LENA1-IAN Soda-Magazines-Nolions-Drugs 801 W. Washington St. Bloomington, Illinois BLOOIVIINGTON ICE CREAM COMPANY LET us serve your parties with Punch and Fancy Ice Cream Phone 248 85 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL QUICK SERVICE RESTAURANT 309 West Washington Street Home Cooked Meals Served Ed. Woith, Proprietor It was the first period in the afternoon in Sister Grace's Latin Class at Trinity High School. Bob Wright was enjoying the beautiful autumn scenery. Sister Grace asked him to answer her question. He said that he did not know the answer. "Do you know the question?" Sister asked. "Yes Sister," answered Bob. "Mary Grimm, what is the question?" Sister then asked. "There was none," said Mary. ROGER lVl. VOGEL Diamonds W alches jewelry EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING Between Front and Washington Streets I l I N. Center Tl-IE ORENDORFF MUSIC SHOP Mirsic and Musical Instruments Teaching material our Specially 501 N. Main St. Phone 475-R 86 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL RAIN falling on the watershed and running down the stream costs nothing, it has been said- just like "the berries on the brier, or the water in the well, or the fish in the sea, or the fox in the forest." This is true. But it has taken inventive genius, the spirit of pioneering, human ingenuity, heart-breaking effort and thousands of millions of dollars to convert that rain into power for the use of man. It is not true that the water powers cle- veloped the electric light and power in- dustry. It was the electric light and power industry that made possible the present- day development of water powers. Had title to all lands and water powers been retained by sovereigns and govern- ments, most of them would be right now in exactly the same condition as when Cod made them. ILLINOIS POWER AND LIGHT CORPORATION 7? 87 1932 I TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Central Booking Service Presents D A l.. E lVl l l.. L E. R and his ARGENT CLUB ORCHESTRA Phone l405-X 410 N. lVlcl..ean St. RADF ORD COAL. COMPANY "Serves you right" IZOI W. Olive St. Phone ISI Potato Chips Do-Nuts IVIELO-CREAM DO-NUT CO. l4l5 So. lVlain St. Normal, lllinois Wholesale Retail CURIOSITY Paul Moratz registered at school. "What is your name?', asked Sister. "I just gave it to you," returned Paul. "I know, but what rt 1s?' "You see my signature, don't you?" ' "Yes, that's what aroused my curiosity." Washburn flowers and W At Graduation Time it is especially pleasing to "Say it With Flowers" ashhurn service are at your command if you call A WASHBURN 8: SONS Phone 303 ' 318 N. Main si , A Phone 3929 05941-fra Safeguard Your Earning Power V -'ggi -.l It Will you 212 zz P A Y 32. SCCO7 For time lost on account of ACCIDENTAL INJURIES , Durley Bldg. Compliments of HAWKINS STUDIO 2l4 W. Washington St. "Everything in Photographs and Furnishing" SS l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL MURRAY AND CARMODY FUNERAL DIRECTORS 9l4 N. Main St. F-'? TY f No Charge for beautiful funeral home "Business Bail! on Service" Fred W. Murray Daniel Carmocly Phone 662 89 1 9 3 2 I TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL UNION AUTO INDEMNITY ASS'N 303 E. Washington Street Bloomington, lllinois "A HOME COMPANY FOR HOME PEOPLE" Policies Guaranlecd Non-Assessable by Over 57,000,000 assels Tony-"ls that Sister in the oliice nearsighted?" Louis-"I don't know. Why?" Tony--"She asked me three times where my cap was, and it was on my head all the time." Steve ftranslating Virgil,--"and they fled to the woods because they were so dense" QGood thing there aren't any woods near Trinityj Sr. Agnella-"What is the next sentence?" john Maloney-"Non scio." LEIVIAN DAIRY "The Home of Better Millf" Pasteurized Dairy Products Quality-Service Phone 229 826 East jefferson St. Phone 334 A. HUBERT 81 SON Groceries--Meats CORAL CABLES Dine and Dance Dainty Luncheon Distinctive Service A Fountain Service 102 East Monroe Street IVICKNIGHT 8: IVICKNIGI-IT Publishers, Map Makers, Lilhographcrs, School Supplies 109-II W. Market Street Bloomington, lllinois 90 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL AMERICAN STATE BANK BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS C apiial Surplus Reserve --3490000.00 THE DEPRESSION F. Jacoby is depressed because he found his Economics book. "Speedy" is depressed because someone called him "Albert" Willard Travis is depressed because we don't have a Physics class on Saturday. julia Sweeney is depressed because Sister failed to call on her in English. Louis Fillipponi is depressed because a good Samaritan erased the answers in hi S Algebra before Louis bought it. E. Luby is depressed because she hasn't her Civics contract. Everything Homemade al the SUTHERLAND DELICATESSEN 6l4 N. Main St. Phone l4I 7 D A N l E l.. S F ruifs and Produce 610 N. Main Street Phone 3123 GERHART SHOE CO. Specializing in Young People's Footwear II6 N. Center Street Compliments of BlASl'S DRUG STORE 91 I932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL PHONE 83 PHONE 4592 Raclitron Tubes--Cunningham Tubes JAMES E. ALLEN Radio Service Since l92l Atwater Kent and RCA Victor Factory Service Genuine Parts for Any lVlake Radio 302 E. GROVE STREET BLOOMINGTON, ILL. The next case was called. judge-"What is the charge against this man?" Harold Hardesty tFreshyj-"Stealing He stole my Austin, the big pick-pocket!" Gene Conroy-"I asked if I could see her home." Ed Belz-"What did she say?" Gene-"She said she'd send me a picture of it.' P A R I S Cleaners and Launderers 6000 Phone I626 Bloomington and Normal, Illinois Member of the Federal Reserve System THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Bloomington, Illinois A National Banff with a Savings Department Under United States Government Supervision 92 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL "The Model Way" of Laxmdrping and Dry Cleaning has been the way since 1892 MODEL LAUNDRY CO. Phone 362 To Keep Physically Fil Ea! az' R O Ci E R S C A F E "For a better day" "Red" Welcomes you 609 N. Main St. Phone IS37 A noiseless chewing gum. fPatented by M. Davidsonj Buzzy Weldon has invented a potato with a zippered skin. No more peeling. Zip! Off it comes! Tom Lowry has invented an "Anti-puffing powder." One dose taken before enter- ing the office late, will insure normal breathing and natural heart-beats. john Meany and Ralph Lee have invented a new excuse for being absent. fThe old one about washing the car wasn't so goodj PRINCESS CONFECTIONERY South Side Square Bloomington, Illinois HONOLULU CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Diagrams Arrangement of Mizsic for Hawaiian Steel Guitar 809 Summit St. Phone I496 ALL LESSONS GUARANTEED P A T l-l A R K l N S Bowling Parlor l I5 E. jefferson St. Zncl Floor 8-A. B. C. Alleys-8 BUEI-ILER BROS. INC. The Besi of M eats al Lowest Prices Phone 2987 4l6 N. Main St. 95 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL A . T . J A C K S O N Good Furniture Low overhead makes our low prices possible 205 Broadway S Normal Furriers CAVALLO FUR SHOP AND LADIES' TAILORING Fur made to order, remodeled, and repaired Luxurious Wraps and Smarl Fur Pieces 3l 3 Durley Bldg. "SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY FURS" Phone 1205-,I Mary Bender-"Sister, aren't we going to have transcription work?" Sister Cyrilla-"Don't you have choral work on Tuesday?" Mary-"Oh no Sister! Glee Club!" Ralph-"Bill Conroy always calls his girl 'Spearmintf " Robert-"Why? Is she always Wrigley?" Ralph-"No, always after meals." J. J. FITZGERALD coals co. Fitzgerald-J. V. Flavinl Phones: Sole Agents for Celebrated . Yard, 2236-J GILLESPIE THOROUGHBRED COAL Res- l425'X EASTERN KENTUCKY BLOCK '- Yard: 302 N. Thomas ' C. l-l. PAYNE Groceries and Meals Phone 3180 918 W. Market QUALITY AND PRICE W. H. GRONEIVIEIER BAKERY A complele line of Bakery goods baked fresli daily Special orders given special aiiention WHOLESALE - RETAIL FRONT AT EAST BLOOIVIINGTON, ILLINOIS 98 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL "The Model Way" of Laundrying and Dry Cleaning has been the way .since 1892 MODEL LAUNDRY CO. Phone 362 To Keep Physically Fit Eat at R O G E R S C A F E "For a better day" "Red" Welclomes you 609 N. Main St. Phone i837 A noiseless chewing gum. fPatented by M. Davidsonj Buzzy Weldon has invented a potato with a zippered skin. No more peeling. Zip! Off it comes! Tom Lowry has invented an "Anti-pufhng powder." One dose taken before enter- ing the office late, will insure normal breathing and natural heart-beats. john Meany and Ralph Lee have invented a new excuse for being absent. QThe old one about washing the car wasn't so good.j PRINCESS CONFECTIONERY South Side Square Bloomington, illinois HONOLULU CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Diagrams Arrangement of Mizsic for Hawaiian Steel Guitar 809 Summit St. Phone I496 ALL LESSONS GUARANTEED P A T H A R K I N S Bowling Parlor l i5 E. jefferson St. 2nd Floor S-A. B. C. Alleys-8 BUEHLER BROS. INC. The Best of M eats at Lowest Prices Phone 2987 4l6 N. Main St. 95 1932 l TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL GREEN MILL CAFE Restaurant Confectionery WE NEVER CLOSE ALJO SWEET SHOP The Sludenfs Store Ice Cream Candy Toasted Sandwiches Joe lVleaney 623 N. Main Phone 2585 Father Roche to the Seniors: "When you get through with your semester examina- tions, I will go through the sacrament of Matrimony with you." fNo crowding!j A Senior stood on the rail-road track, A train was coming fast, The train got off the rail-road track, And let the Senior pass. Sr. G. fin French classj-"Frank, can you decline "To eat." F. S.-"Well, er-er-y-yes Sister, I can, but I donit like tof' THE ALYCE Sl-IOP "Beautiful Shoes" lVlalce it a Point to Newest Shoes First see our Shoes before Chiffon and newest you Buy-we can Save novelty HOSE money for you. Popular Prices SCOTTY'S RESTAURANT Famous for Chili and Hof Tamales Wholesale or Retail 203 S. Main Street 96 l93Z TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL EMMETT-SCHARF ELECTRIC COMPANY Wiring, Fixtures, Supplies Repairing Mazda Lamps 317 North Center St. Telephone 314 Office 516 North East Phone 3597-R WARD CS, PROTHERO CO. Sidewalks and drives Concreie Consiruciion Yards Mulberry St. at C. 8: A. R. R. Tom Lowry flate againj--"I don't see why I'm late, the alarm clock went off this morning." Sr. B.-"And I suppose it didn't come backln john-"My father's retired." -I -- jim-"Mine's out of a job, too." Sr. V.-"Mary, if I rubbed this rod on your hair, what effect would your hair have upon the rod?" M. Bender-"The same effect as the cat's hair you just rubbed it with." Home of Kuppenheimer Good Clolhes IVIOBERLY 8a KLENNER II5 North Main St. C omplimenls of AL HOBBIE and JAMES J. IVIEEI-IAN 97 1932 1 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL A. T . J A C K S O N Good Furniture Low overhead makes our low prices possible 205 Broadway Normal F urriers CAVALLO FUR SHOP AND LADIES' TAILORING Fur made to order, remodeled, and repaired Luxurious Wraps and Smarl Fur Pieces 313 Durley Bldg. "SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY FURS" Phone l205-J Mary Bender-"Sister, aren't we going to have transcription work?" Sister Cyrilla-"Don't you have choral work on Tuesday?" Mary-"Oh no Sister! Glee Club!" Ralph-"Bill Conroy always calls his girl 'Spearmintf " Robert-"Why? Is she always Wrigley?" Ralph-UNO, always after meals." J. J. FITZGERALD COAL co. Fitzgerald-J. V. Flavinl Phones: Sole Agents for Celebrated . Yard, 2236-J GILLESPIE THOROUGHBRED COAL RCS- l425'X EASTERN KENTUCKY BLOCK Yard: 302 N. Thomas -. ' C. I-I. PAYNE Groceries and Meals Phone 3180 9l8 W. Marker QUALITY AND PRICE W. I-I. GRONEIVIEIER BAKERY A complele line of Bakery goods baked fresh daily Special orders given special alienlion WHOLESALE - RETAIL FRONT AT EAST BLOOIVIINGTON, ILLINOIS 98 I 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL AUTO SERVICE 81 SALES INC. Dodge and Plymowfh 216 E. Grove St. Phone I47 Bloomington, lllinois Kelvinators Kitchen Furnishings G. H. READ 81 BROS. Hardware Paint Furnaces ll0 Front Street JOHN E. GILWEE Groceries and M eafs Phone 2861 BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS 704 W. Market Sr. P. N.-"Albert, where is the Panama Canal?" Albert-"I suppose in Panama." Sister J.-"Are you talking, Andrew?" Andy QBewilderinglyQ--No. Sr.-"Can you say, 'No, Sister? " Andy-"No, Sister." The Home of P H l L C O R A D l O 620 N. Main St. Phone 346 M hloclc south of Trinity Bloomington Radio Service Co. B U R K L U N D ' S Inc. Decorative Accessories for the Home Jewelers Stylists JOE S. SMITH Successor to John P. Lowry Sanitary-Heating and Welding Engineer 205 E. Front St. Leaks are Dangerous Phone 783 Smart Footwear For Every Member of the Family-For Every Occasion BUNNELL BROS. Expert Shoe Fitters South Side Square 99 l9,, 3 2 1 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Spend for the l-lome in l932 P A R K E E N L O W Building malerials, lumber, coal Your Safes-t and Best Investment IOOI W. Market St. Phone 2087 WM. DRYBREAD Groceries, M eals and Provisions Phone 4l4 Bloomington, lllinois 908 South Lee St. Sister Florette Qto freshman Science classj-"Now, how many know what a vacuum is?" Every one held up his hand except one. Another girl turned to the one who didn't hold up her hand, and laughed. Sister F.-"Why Kathleen, that wasn't a bit nice. Now you stand up and tell us what a vacuum is." Kathleen-"Why, a-er-it's a cleaner." Harry Condon-"You got your hair cut, didn't you?" J. Yeagle-"No, I washed it, and it shrank." Best Wishes lo the Class Of 1932 TRINITY GRADE SCHOOL 100 r 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL SNOW Sr PALMER , iv Meadow Gold Ice Cream gnowa' am Always Scores a Hit PRATT, I-IEFFERNAN 8: RAIVISEYER Aflorneys af Law Bloomington, Illinois Sr. V.-"What is magnetism?" T. Gibbons-No response. Sr. V.-"Then what is static electricity?" T. G.-No response. Sr. V.-"I'll give you one more chance. Tell me the difference between magnetism and static electricity." George N.-"Say, mister, do you haul garbage?" Knight of the truck-"Sure! Get in." lVl O R A N IVI A R K E T Fresh and Sal! Meals of All Kinds IO9 S. Center St. F. G. Haegele, Mgr. THE NEVVIVIARKET Mayer Livingston 82 Co. NW e supply your every need" Center-Front and Madison Sts. Bloomington, Illinois Two Prices Only No More-No Less S2150 S2850 Hats M A T S Caps West Side Square 55.00 B1oomingfon's Popular-Priced Clolhiers 52.45 101 l 9 3 2 l TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL LOUIS G. N IERSTI-IEIIVIER Drugs - Soclas I302 North Main Street For Economical Transportation A six in the price range of a four TRACY GREEN INC. Sales and Service Phone 246 307-9 E. Vllashington St. Sr.-"Robert, what did the Baron do when he discovered that Madeline had eloped?" Robert-"Called the police." T. S.-"What is the charge on this battery?" Sr. V.-"One and a half volts." T. S.-"What is that in American money?" SPEEDWAY SERVICE STATION Center at Mulberry J. EARL SULLIVAN, PROP. Washing C-reasing C. 81 A. Hotel and Restaurant VV est Chestnut St. Bloomington, Illinois OUR CLOTHES ADVERTISE US more than WE ADVERTISE Tl-lElVl 402 N. Main St. Chas. D. Cruy Phone 40-J FRUIT STORE 625 N. Main S T E E Ld ' S Bloomington, Illinois Continue your training by buying only Quality Fruits and Groceries We handle only the best OPEN SUNDAY OPEN EVENINGS 102 E l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL REECE-KING PRINTING CO. Commercial and Social Printers Linotype composition Automatic press and folding equipment l08 E. Front Street Phone 664 Bloomington, Illinois Phone 305 MONTGOMERY WARD 8: CO. 5l0-I2 North Main Bloomington, Illinois H Bloomington's Most Complete Department Store YOUR NEIGHBOR SAVES AT WARDS-WHY DON'T YOU? Bill Conroy-"Look! There goes Belz, our quarterback. He'll soon be our best man." Bill's Girl-"Oh Bill, this is so sudden!" Francis J.-"This liniment makes my arm smart." Sister B.--"Why not rub some of it on your head?" Senior-"Boy, call me a taxi." Freshie-"All right! You're a taxi!" B O Y L A N ' S .ve rbs , we 5 llllYlAl4 gi fl 0 ERU5 1 Qcmf? SIDED' Copyright 1930, Boylan Bros. George and John 505 W. Market Street Irvin Theatre Bldg. 533 N. Main Street ULBRICI-I 8: KRAFT "Smart Styles for Men" Society Brand Clothes II4 North Center Street 103 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Heat Your Home with UNION GAS 8: ELECTRIC COMPANY Richard C.-"Dad, you're a lucky man." Mr. C.-"How's that?" Richard-"You won't have to buy me any books this term." Mr. C.-"Why?" Richard-"I'm taking all last term's work over again." Mary fReacling the Cardj-'24, 33, 41, 65. What are these? Football signals?" Tom G.-"No. My last month's marks." J. G. FREESE Quality Meat llflarlgel Phone I37 702 W. Chestnut Street Bloomington, lllinois EDWARD PITSCH Main at Miller Phone 92l Complete Food Service lvitlr The Freshest Vegetables in the City SCI-IEUTI-I GARAGE Complete Repairing Service The Home of the Tire that lflfears Smootlz TOWING WASHING BATTERY SERVICE 206 West Empire Street 104 I l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL CASH LEADER Shoe Rebuilcler 627 North Main Street Bloomington, Illinois THE OUTSTANDING VALUE 215-217-219 N. MADISON ST. OF THE YEAR! RIPPLE STATIONERY Your name and acldress in raised letter in Blue, Black or Brown ink on 50 sheets in the popular Bifold size f6Mx IOM inches, with 50 smartly fashionable, wide envelopes to match. A heavy line quality paper in White, Orchid or Ivory. 50 Sheets Including your and Name and Addr s 50 Enviro... LANG-FULLER PTC. co. in Raised rem? Martin-"Are ye fond of movin' pictures, Helen?" Helen hopefully-"Aye, Martin." Martin-"Then maybe, as, ye'II help me get half a. dozen down out of the attic." Grandma-"Aren't you going to give Bobby part of your apple Hortense?" Hortense-"No, Grandma, Eve shared hers and she's been criticised ever since." HUDSON BURR CE, CO. Farm Loans and Inuesimenis 3l9 N. Center St. Joseph F. Smith 105 I 9 3 2 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Phone 728-l.. l02 E. Market St. BLOOMINGTON BIRD STORE Everything for the canary, dog, gold fish Aquariums and supplies Exlusive garden pottery, Bird Baths Complete line of pet supplies Dog Remedies Dog Biscuits Compliments of Trios. C. 1v1oRR1ssEY T. V. WATSON J. J. BUTLER F AMOUS-THEME SONGS "Minnie the Moocher"-Bill Conroy. "Good Night Sweetheart" fUnder direction of P. FJ--Ed Kane. "Keeping Out of Mischief Now"-Mary Bender. "Can't We Talk It Over?"--Seniors. "just a Blue-Eyed Blond"-Catherine Austin. "Six Foot Two, Eyes of Blue"-Ann jefferson. "It's Great To Be In Love!-M. Cunningham. "Lilac Time"-Ed Belz. "You Little Red Head"-Gerry Haas. An Insiitution of Sweetness THE GREEN GOBLIN SWEET SHOP NORMAL N ormal's Popular Meeting Place BEICH'S 106 l932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL ATLAS SPECIAL BREW Louis Wollrab, Agent 517 North Main Street Phone II75 FRANK'S Frank Taminger, Prop. Shoes, Gents' Furnishings and Shoe Repairing Phone 2635-X I I I2 E. Oakland Avenue BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS Sr. V.-"Rosemary, what is the symbol for Oxygen?" Rosemary-"OT" Sr. V.-"NO, O." Rosemary--' 'Oh !" Sister P. N.-"What's the matter with you?" Joe D.-"I have a cold or something in my head." Sister-"A cold, undoubtedly." Sr.-"What is a synonym?" Louis F.-"It,s a word you use when you can't spell the other one. WANNEMACHER GARAGE Day and Night Body Shop Electrical Painting and Upholstering Mechanical Service Official A. A. A. and I. A. A. Service Free towing on wreck jobs 4I6-I8 North Center Phone 4599 107 l932 ' TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL ROSARY COLLEGE River Forest, Illinois A Standard Catholic College F or Women Under the direction of THE DOMINICAN SISTERS European Branch: Villa Des Fougeres, Fribourg, Switzerland ST. CLARA ACADEMY Sinsinawa, Wisconsin A Boarding School for Girls Department of Music, Fine Arts and Expression Address: The Secretary. Saint Clara Academy, Sinsinawa, Wis 108 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL TRIN ITAS STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER UNITED PHOTO SHOP ELDO M. MOORE N. Main Phone l9l8 Porlraiis K od aks Films Commercial Phoiographs 109 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL Bantagrapb i91finting 86 Stationery Qlornpanp ESTABLISHED 1846 Bloomington, Zillinois PRINTING 4' BINDING 'I' LITHOGRAPHING ENGRAVING 'I' OFFICE SUPPLIES Printers of THE TRINITAS and other 4 - l . Wsmvh , on I ' 41 I n n il? .a THE MARK school publications OF QUALIT 110 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 111 1932 TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Sfaf of the 193 2 TRINITAS Respectfully acknowledges thc courteous service Of THE UNITED PHOTO SHOP THE KANE ENGRAVING COMPANY THE PANTAGRAPH PRINTING COMPANY 112 I 1932 ufutograiphs Qfutographs 1 - x AM .px 'Mr N . Aa ,gt N-,L ' Q 1 x v 4 , 1 Y ,ami .,. E, ,,Y.n' . J- .wv Umm. f--.,.f,. .U.x,. -Y W. SN 4. '-v4T f' I ':4':"' ,". w.1'fr 1 fi-,fl 4 K Q 14 -' XL, 1' . L 14 1' 1-ig '1 .':'ff ' .f. " V . van. .rf '. 'ft rl 425 ' F' ' .L 1 ,nl x " L i.,.v"- M y - '-.--L .WEN ,,'Z:,I'- , H. ,R ,M Vx' pg V fq' - egfgy A f A,,, Hzx'-'Haw-' ff-' Us-4-'F' .1 , ,, . 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