Trinity High School - Trinitas Yearbook (Bloomington, IL)

 - Class of 1945

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Our interests, spiritual or other- wise, have always been his interests, and he has spent himself wholly in our behalf. The numerous favors he has done for each of us, in all probability, will never be known, but those that are acknowledged are enough to make us use this small means to express our gratitude for the unselfish efforts of a man of God. In fulfilling the twofold position of Dean of Boys and AthleticDirector of T.H.S., Father Raney has accomplished a job that most men would have thought impossible. The highest tribute paid to a coach can truly be said of him--Father first looked after the welfare of the team, and then the winning of the game. Every senior, no matter what profession he pursues, will always remember and appre- ciate, more as each year passes, the great deal of good Father Haney has done for him, especially in helping him achieve his high- est goal, Heaven. In all sincerity we wish to thank you, Father, and may God be as gen- erous to you as you have been to us. r f 14. ,YAV4 A 491.3 ETERNAL VIEIU-KNEE 'Eternal Vigilancen, the words which have been impressed more and more deeply in our hearts during the past year, is the theme for the 1945 Annual. A peace without vigilance, as the past has so often proved, is a short lived one. We must not have watchfulness merely on the part of nations, but also on the part of individuals. Without a keen realization of the importance of such a fact,we are in grave danger of having to stand by silently as our sons march off to fight a Third World War. However, each one must temper his action with the principles of justice and Chris- tian charity,just as he expects his country to do in her dealings with her neighbors. The peace with God which will grow in the hearts of men as a result of this policy cannot help but develop into a lasting peace among the peoples of the nations. It is our duty as the Catholic Youth of the world's most freedom loving country to see that the future is protected. We lack nothing in the way of preparedness, God has seen to that. The past is behind usg it is dead,but the task,which lies before us,is to fight the spirit of indifferentism so rampant in the world today. 1 au -s I B 5 2 1 3 1 Q 4 9 2 we psaimmfs 9. Q. . -Q fm, Q-fiaajbwflxv epaxo M59 Ex was fecyiafzsfeam we AGQVIS-q 5 ssamwav weow, me wepevmefaoxl, WL 24, was GOWN? ml x, aww-Q smxvfgiifiss fvz1m1wc, p:e jew: fcwsvm, is 525591 mama, P ov- wx za, vm. oe:-i:2wi T A Emmy we-as vsvswz 4 vsgwemufecf, Qiuaws, ws, iexo-wi . awww Qfsafesgwj Z ffS5X'S1'S1 as fsofeiwaim waxmvrfmxioaa was swf as seems wi ffm bf'-new p:Q'bmaw1fs,u,'QmgwsQ1pyQss.sx was me we-mv :rs,1. oawgxyxsv mmwseewynema fm was BQYSWLQ we ew fS925I5?S: fm was vom ca? waiwnvxiszmioxw wgwff. fs, 'eau eww 52339 Fascism "i?5Sk1'SS?i3Q3 'ssmiimmzma-i Aawzwv, EvXG'S.?3aD. 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'fo - . - Vx - . - Q. . .. , V .- .-uf 'f .W -r W- .-gy "i.-.1.,. if -ink nw , V , .V f ' YY' ' y -Af -' ' M P 1 5 - if . 1 A A 5 r z 4 fy' SES, 35 x 47511. gi wU!k,5?'?'SCI' Q x vwagifi ' 3.9 M, -AP Q 53m V 'f-4, , , L "1 '.':'fV- 1 ,. V -V . .1 ff: 0 . V 1 j 'r ,n , Ja: 11' I , , 'QV'-, T. if' ""I--4. V, ,V ,1 'Egg ' cw- 352-..'jTl'2-Li'?,.'l'-52En,.'H Z imalany.. "f'rS"'-1 4? :-.fe2'2.f9-f:.'.ZfV-1 V-., a 41 it .pit GENERAL STEPHEN MOORE MAJOR GENERAL EDWARD LOHAN LIEUTENANT GENERAL RICHARD RANEY 0UR CHAPLAINS f..-V .H -Sci, , - ,J V - pq T II COMMISSl0NED DFFIEERS quiz COLONEL SI STER Oops uaooocuosooao on Social Science PRINCIPAL 54, LI EUTENANT COLON ELS SISTER MARY .u.oD1A Freshmen Girls Homeroom, Religion I, Latin I, Modern History, Library. - SISTER MARY ANCILLE Ehglish I, English II, Library. SISTER MARY ANTONA Freshmen Boys Homeroom, Religion I, Plane Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Mechanical Drawing, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry. SISTER MARY CHRISTINA Junior Boys Homeroom, Religion III, English I, English III, English IV. SISTER MARY COLETA Junior Girls Homeroom, Religion III, Comercial Law, Advanced Shorthand, 'Typing I, Typing II, Bookkeeping, Office Practice. SISTER MARY FABIAN Biology, General Science, Physics. SISTER MARY LEONARDINE Senior Girls Homeroom, Religion IV, Chemistry, Algebra I. SISTER MARY MANUELA Sophomore Boys Homeroom, Religion II, Spanish I, Spanish II, Sociology, Ancient History. SISTER ,MARY VINCENT De PAUL Sophomore Girls Homeroom, Religion II, Latin II, Latin III and IV, Sewing. . ...,W,,X..X,,.E. gqvw., f- sm - +':-fm-fsmfre UvfFf"fs'fW"C?13s?f"ersfw'mF!!Z?fW'ff'Ltffwffrwfgpvraf vs 'Mg 'L ,,:-M1151 ' " ,. 1 , -5 -. A-:H .Mx ,ra -' , - ,N X X o f ' 1, CAVALRY 1 B Os' Q' ' It is impossible to say good-bye to some- thing you take with you. The experiences of our school days are such an integral part of our lives that we'll never really leave Trin- ity at all. The warm friendships, the satis- faction of accomplishment in our work, the spiritual development we have attained will always be ours. We remember the serious times: the quiet solemnity of retreat, the frenzy of final exams, and the heart to heart talks with our teachers. The light gay times are ours toog the coke after school, the tension of the overtime basketball period,the first real prom dress, and so very many others. Some of us will be average citizens, may- be a few of us will be famous. Whatever diver- gent paths we may follow from here on,our hope is to bring honor to the name of Trinity. THE SENIDRS II lst Army q U 0, ,,f'i'l ,5 w agfgrx, x I - X ' . ' X V INFANTRY QS . ,.-Q, -'?5EC1. , f..7 it is-.. r Newry 112 5 5 'r- ii F 3 ,,, we 3 . .Lu fl iw -. ? r Af .4 -Q 435 ? -'-. vs Q,- ..1 . , T3 3 1? 2 . '- A '55 1 E' ' a 4. P-3 5 -uf E! ad it 1, l . 4 NON- t CDMMISSIUNED UFFICERS jx til 1+ f F l s N I CORPORAL CONROY REGULAR SERGEANT VANCE 'F Iifllllil CAL 5ERGhnNT CJULD TAFF SERGEANT NDRMES PRIVATES lst CLASS MARY ABBOTT If you would have :hings come your way, 50 after themanoooo GRACE BENINGO Live to learn and you will learn to live... MARGARET BRENNAN Enjoy what you have and hope for what 1aCkOllllOOOOll SUZANNE CARBERY From the crown of her head to the sole of her foot, she is all mirthlOOOlOlOll0lOlOO a+444w+ FIELD ARTILLERY ROBERT CAHMODX A man who does a little and does it well, does a great dea1lUl0Ol0OOOlO0lOll DAVID CAVALLO He proved best man in fielduooooooooao MARY CLEARY The only way to have a friend is to be one- EDMUND CONROY Youth comes but once in a l1fetime........ iP'X'-N--X2-'N-49-W MARY CORBITT Knowledge comes but wisdom l1ngers...... RICHARD CORBITT To lose a friend is the greatest of all lossesllitllltloovoti VERONICA DALY She that was ever fair and never proud, Had tongue at will, and yet was never 1oudOl0lOO00OOllIlb0O ROSEMARY DEE A good heart is better than all the heads in the world 'll'-KHHIHIHI-ll' N0 X' xg' X Q MILITARY N, 'I POLICE Jax, 3 gq ,Q A WILLIAM DENHAN A little nonsense now and then, Is relished by the wisest men.......... EUGENE DENNIS Oh, that way madness liesg Let me shun that GEORGE ELSHOFF I am sure care's an enemy to 11fe...... MARY FEIST Sincere with manner kind, A finer girl would be hard to find.. -IH?-il'-lf'l"l'-ll' 1 11, ., . M , .. J T JAMES FITZGERALD E am never weary when hear sweet music... I y THERESE FLYNN Eheer beauty in the orld, me find in fragile hi!'lgS.........'...... 5h ROSEMARY FRIEDRICH Be sure you are right then go ahead........ LEO GILDNER He wears the rose Of youth upon him. Wiiiiii X 1 i1:'X.N X H f , C t Q jg L ff' 4 TANK CORPS WILLIAM GIIQDNER One inch of joy surmounts of grief a span, because to laugh is proper to l'I18I1............ DAVID GILLEN But tragedy is not for meg And I'm content to be gayllUOOOlllOOilO DOROTHY GLASER I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be contentO0lOlOl0lOlOOO MICHAEL GOULD Patience is a neces- sary ingredient of gen1uBO00O'OOIOl00O0l 4444444 Eng, 4- is ' .. -ve -, 'ff1f'FE- Wt -- :Lt T. .Jw ,61- 1,.f . . . , it 1. ., EDMUND HEINZ Full of pep, and fit for fun, He'e a friend of everyonelooolooooooli T MARJORIE HERMES Happy am I, from care I'm free! Why can't they all be contented like me?lll0lllOlOlOllllC0 FRANCES HUNT The world's no better if we worry L1fe's .no longer if we hurry............ MARGARET HUNT A peace above all earthly dignities, a still and quiet consci-encel0lUlOlOOll 4444444 COAST ARTLLLEFY ,, - Y - I a 3:1 ,. A V. I F E., 4 V . I I I P lx fX, MARY ISENMANN have left a name be-'E hind themoaoosooolooif A ef .W eu ..i I EDWARD JOHNSTON jf he L 11 ,v tx ,H . Q Q Just ask me anythingtif Qi 'fi , n igg lg EUGENE KIMBLE jf? He never complies Q against his willgj His opinion is hlehg opinion Stillauoooooqfi - JOHN LAWLER 413 The little fooleryls that wise men have,fi makes a great shown? A- 1, . 5.1 -'fi .-5 E 'A 11 'u ,There be of them thatiw 3 Manukau 3 '9,"1 MARY'LENAHAN O call back yesterday Bid time return.... EDWARD LINNEMAN And still the wonder grew, That a head so small could carry all he knew ....... .......... Q GERALD MCAVOY Happy go lucky, carefree and gayg Jerry will always be this way. ..... ...... MARY KAY MCNERTNEY In her tongue is the law of k1ndness.... M. KW 61-41' 6661-9565-I I , SIGNAL CORPS JOSFPH MERNA No need crossing the stream before you come to it......... MARY NETZNER A witty woman is a treasureg A witty beauty is a powerosnouoobiooloavs MARCELLINE MULLARE Self-reverence, self- knowledge, se1f-con- trol-OOOIIO OUUOOOOOOU MARY'MURPHY A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance. M-3?-IHS-N-92-59 MARJORIE NEIRYNCK A misty morning does not signify a cloudy daylOllDCOl0lOlilOlll ANN O'CONNOH Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace.. ' PATRICK PHELAN Rare compound of oddity, frolic, and funuoooaoooaaoououoon GEORGE REED Even though van- quished, - He could argue still. , -H--X'--X--3':i6-3Hl- PARACHUTISTS vw wwf PAUL RicHTER Promise is most giveny when the least isg saidootooolllonloocltj Q' PHPRICIA RHODES W Her modest and gracef ful air, f Show her wise and good as she is fair.. ',1 1 WILLIAM SCHENK i A M W Fortune truly helpsu those who are of goodi wi judmentlcflloototoliihgg ...vi wr-S m ' ',u E .si -QQ QW 3 '.Q PHYILLIS SHEEHAN ' E A beautiful andggii happy girl withi step so light ag? a summer day ...... ,Q nassaui nga -'1' le -' av A. ,, ' STANLEY STASZECKI Great modesty often hides great merit.. MARY STONEBURNER when I resemble her to thee, How sweet and fair she seems to be... JEAN SUNDY Always happy, always brightg A smile at morning and one at night.. VELMA SWIBAKER QThe magic of a golden grace, Brings fire and sweetness to her face 1 f g uaswwuw T 1 , fyfi. U ,gt ll, "2 ' " A. "2 A -5 fy V' ' u. . ' l x Q- . ' ,- N E s MEDICAL CORPS W A ADONALI5 The world knows no- thing of its greatest menloootooocoosloolll FRANK TOTTERER He'11 find a way..f LOUIS ULBRICH Nothing is imposs- ible to a willing heartUotu,llol000o0O00 SHIRLEY'VANCE . The friends who knew her well, The sweetness of her heart could tel1..... 6?-Zi-ii-SZ--If--25-59 ' -' .-If 'SL JOHN WILLIAMSON Everything comes, If man will only wait. newness 4 5 U. S. I M Ayy, A Zigi 51, i -L, ,?3E,.f: L 1 V-eff Q5-,fr , nugmwgame , A M .-4 Q 1 Fifi ' , I ' ' ' L21 Q ' ' Now when the world is em- broiledin the most devastating of all wars,we are doubly sen- sitive to the privilege that has made these four years pos- sible. Boys from our own Trin- ity have died to preserve many freedoms for us,among them,the right of all to learning.Thus, we will cherish these years all of our lives. OFFICER'S U. S. JOHN ZUCHOWSKI Life is what we make itllltlltillliiitilli vanessa N 'W' AQ. Q-A .fu ,Q 3. X .,,.,,..i, . 5,3 .4 ' W-fffw :fww "ww 1 sr my ffrvfafg 5 9. h 1 VJ A i H hx K ,, 'CL-I ' N . M Aurommrus ff HN-X A ,X N j R fo G' ff if wr Q , L J X . f' , . 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"fi-' Pm xx 1 1, f-1-:ff 4 -V ,1 Q 1 . P A . V4. Vg v ur ' U .. 1-' 1 .1 .. 11 1,1 . - 1-,111 - 1 "1 . f 'JA 41. -J! , 21 ,gf .' .Iv ' 4 f" -,Y f unff ir! S 11 ,1.,x.+f-7wfET11i4,1a: 1:4 , 11 . 4.14,-5.:.1..c+4.'?x+.2.S' L1.:.Cn.'W5fi,1:.1.1a1i'fa. mm-1' , f- x- 1 ,,-x -.A --1' ' 1 , , .. 1- 11. Q X 2nd Army THE IUNIDRS . 1 II!" 'I fx ull. ' IM "v'!i:rr .. H233 29 11,25 xv .Wa , s if' FIRST RON: bdward Benjamin, John Sleever, Eugene Kerber, James Bavester, Michael Wells, Josepnilly, John Tully, James Killian. SECOND ROW: Eugene Kistner, Lawrence Feit, Joseph Rayoraft, George Ventura, Joseph Hoffman, Jfff Radka, David Carmody. T1:xIRD ROW: Mary Lois Walsh, Julia Hayes, Mardell Moore, Genevieve Schuerman, Betty Walsh, Afnis Wa1sh,Mary Skelly. FCURT11 ROW: Mary Theresa Orendorff, Geraldine Gould, Rosemary Dooley, Eleanor Jordon, iiilda Feist,-Rosemary Nottoli, Phyllis bnglejohn. HI-'Th ROW: Mary Peter- son, Mary Condon, Eileen Auth, Mary Ward, Ellen Ryan, Ann Allen, Marjorferilox, Marjorie Barker. SIXTH ROW: Patricia DitCIl.BI1, Elaine Richter, Rose Sheehan, Martha Madlinger, Mary Kinsella, lnfy Frances Norton, Theresa Lenahan, D SEVhIN'l'n ROW: Anna Koch, Gertrude, Merrick, Katherine O'Connor, Ann Morrissey, Helen Marie SchenkT1Yary Frances Coughlin, Margaret Mackessy. FIIGHTI1 RON: Joseph Nevin, Mark Conley, Raymond Morrissey, William Dow, Floyd Kinsella, Daniel-fiulci. NINTH ROW: narold Huber, Jack Rodgers, Joseph Julian, William Penn, Joseph Lenanan. - W1 ..-ff' f ,M 'W' ' V N WY ,gs r 1 ff ML 1 ' QS' UP 6 3 f yd ,-A 14. .V frfmw-'fi' ig , 4 1 mum ,M .X , M Wfrggw M ,,,fgg'f ' , Lv 4 W4 ffl, sv fi, , L H . , , . M 'WC egg.-ki 4. wg , f W "ff NA'fS".e -x ' , NQQQXYYNW' 'gf' W? QWQSSM Nw ' msww w ,:f J ,W W, ww 'W v Mmm f ww.wv'3,M . 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SECOND ROW: Lyle Pisell, Rose Knapp, Ann Blair, Marguerite Flink, Mildred Sheehan, Martha Walshf-Joybelle Kelly, Betty Ensenberger, Patricia Tobin, Delbert Williams. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Schultz, Marilyn Wood, Mary Flynn, Martha Stone, Helen Steckbauer, Mary H'eTen Dennis,Mary Gould, Agnes Mintus. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Preacher, Irene Murphy, Marilyn Jetton, Mary Edna Johnston, Joan Peterlin-f'Char1otte Kinsella, Rita Reeves. FIFTH ROW: James Sarantalcos, Mary Kidwell,Marg,aret Wagner, Estella O'Neil,Paula Hunt, PatriciaTahil1, June O'Brien, David Ewert, SIXTH ROW: Patrick Henry, Martin Wieland, James Dee, Daniel McNertney, Edgar Schenk, James Richter, Miohaelliniery. f'N. Q 5 ev' M W,-. 1 , 'X u N 'af ,lv 'Q 1' S 1 'WW 'Af' 5 x 2 W W np FL . .fx-E! . 1-in nth Army THE FRESHMEN li W-Di 4.1. ,-I FIRST ROW: Joseph Goergen, John Walsh, David Brady, John Dennis, Edward Kilmartin, wi111mTTecu11ough, Richard cl-exe, Edward Reed. SECOND ROW: William scott, Eugene Hindenberg,Norbert Pierceall, Robert Weber,James Jacobs, Janes MoKinzie, James Carlson Thomas Vogel, Richard Holtz. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Weber, Rae Ann Roberts, Mary Sue Ensenberger,Patricia Killian, Patr1cia'E?awford,E11en Reeves, Bernadine Lacey, Barbara Sheehan, Theresa Ferrara. FOURTH ROW: Catherine Rapier, Jane Kelley, Domlni McNamee, Vary Jane Lee,Ernestine Madison, Alice Cleary, Marie Feist, Elsie Totterer. FIFTH ROW: Joanne Dqlley, Jane Orendorf'f,Helen Feger, Mary Ann Seller, lhry Bentfeld, Joan 511255, Patricia Kuntz, Mary Catherine Cahill, Betty House. SIXTH ROW: Dorthea O'Connor, Mary Ann Nelson, Emily Harkins, Suzanne Heinzman,Mary Kathleen ifray, Mary Ann Augsburger, Joyce Eppel, Diane Milliken. SEVENTH ROW: Robert Gildner, James Wood, Edward O'Keefe, Joseph Kelley, Ralph Carter, Robert H an, William Gramm, Tnomas Heneberry. EIGHTM ROW: Murray Scnueth, James Brady, Robert Penn, Iilliam Beneoke, Donald Borders, John Hagan, Lawrence Travers. uf: 4- 'st We EI RQ, GUAL ATTAINED with a perfect spring day for the setting,the students of Frinity High saw a snowy white flag with the inscription of a Minuteman rise to the top of the flagpole. This ban- ner of award was a symbol of the loyal patriotism whichthey have displayed dur- ing this time of world crisis.Beneath the fun and laughter of these young peo- ple liesthe invinci- ble free spiritwhich will always charac- terize men and women of a democratic na- tion. 9 - X Aurocnnrns 7' F4 ff, Kzwcfff- Z3f4- . 96490 ff fy , fy U' M ' 5 I I Lv' ,wx K Q N' Lfvnf Lf' X f "X .ff 4 f 1 f r y if ,' ' 1 I f 1 I .I 1 I I . f f' fs 1 A 4, f fl . fm lm MK 1 ff , 'I K 1,1 ,, , V 7 ' ,, xx 2 r -,, K X f " J , J 4 J N ., ,XXI 'L Mr I vb A4 .gf V U 4 N XZX X - . Q lk, l X, Q , f' I , I A ' x wx -.J A ft '. ff f l 141 . , , ff' x N o I .5 fl -I f .f' g Y, ' 74,48 1 . WV KX .hx '-x If 'N -'fZ1'f7 Ziff 1211 X596 Y'!irK4R15E5' EWViZl75f'SE'll'1Ws 'v,'EElQl ill!! TK-lIZTilIS5!rHK!H'ul!'i' ' 'B ARMY Q S ,ge 'flf slams SY The curtain was to open sharply at 8 P.M. on the last night of the Senior Class playwith the boys' prelude joyfully welcoming the audi- ence. But there was a brief delay. when the curtain did part, it revealed a black draped representation of our late renowned Commander- in-Chief,Franklin Delano Roosevelt,centered in a white spotlight. The people stood at rev- erent attention until the last notes of taps, played by Pat Henry, died away in the hushed auditorium. Then our Little Symphony Orches- tra played Francis Scott Key's immortal song, The Star Spangled Banner. This was Trinity's last tribute to her President. , J..-I escrow sl 4 . My Af . ., :M 3 ' lg' Y yi P 492 W5 v , ' "'f4'1Lc, Q' ' 'jf-Q.. - safe 4 -j' ' ' 1 M .-5, - a-as ff-4.3, ,,. I g ,, g kr fl f? si ..,- a a ' xv 1 'Vt 'l I ll 1 Q, .L .. .1 w , XQ, ft' .X ZA ! e 4 q Si, fsfr if , ggpur l nProperty crew, house manager,publicity man, chorus girls, and prelude boys--attention! Where can we get a red tablecloth? How many can we seat in the gymnasium? Where's that write-up for the Pantagraph? One, two, three, four--turn! You're out of step! what would Mr. Rooney say! Come on, let's give it more pep--once more now.'BigHearted Herbert! Big Hearted Herbert! That's our play!'n This was typical of backstage bedlam the weekpre- vious to the senior play. However,in spite of all the existing chaos the contingents stepped to the front and did their vital part in making the play lst CORPS a grand success. I F nBig Hearted Herbertn was the major campaign for the Senior Class this spring. Pre- flight training started many weeks before the initial cam- paign. The entire company plunged whole-heartedly into rigoress activity in orderthat the previously scheduled ntwo- night standube successful.Her- bert,better known as the 'Main Objectiven or nThe Grouchn, started out as a very plain YE15' 5 E S .gew Hwgig I2 it 2 .U f U man. However, his family de- cided to teach him a lesson-- once and for all. This they did by using common sense and by summoning a little courage to the fore. Consequently, the man of circumstance wasobliged to fall in with the modern way of life. The result--happiness for all. Y if DRI-IMATIC CLUB 4 if The Dramatic Club has taken on a touch of French this year as you would gather from its title, Les Jongleurs CThe Playersl. Club members elected Jerry McAvoy, President, Eddie Johnston, Vice- Presidentg Gene Dennis, Secre- tary, Jean Sun- dy, Treasurer. With the instal- lation ofthe new officers,theclub began its yearly activities with ' the playletYJoan Makes a Salen which was given before the Moth- ers' Club. nMore Than a Millionn was part of the Christmas pro- gram presented to the entire student body. mfhe Christmas Angeln were enact- ed at meetings for the amusement and instruction of the club mem- bers.These skits were directed by the students, who benefited by their experience. Les Jongleurs has contributed much to the dramatic department of the school through its vigorous ac- tivity as well as its material donations of ex- tra lighting e- quipment for the stage. These con- tributions were made possible by the monthly dues of the club mem- bers. We wish toex- tend to Les Jong- lsurs continued success in future if nCup1d on the Loosen and 2nd CORPS years at Trinity High School. ML IOAN MAKES A sm Les Jongleurs entertained'the3 School Club in the fall with a pres-4 entation of a skit, nJoan Makes a Sa1e.NFive Senior girls--MaryCleary3 Mary Ann Stoneburner, Mary Murphy , Mary Kay McNertney, and Jean Sundy-y made up the cast. The idea put f0PH1 was that friendliness andtactfulnem do accomplish much. i'-Yi' For the Christmas program Les Jongleurs presented a one-act play entitled NMore Than a Mi1l1on.nThe play centered around Anne Thatcher who teaches her very selfish family the lesson of kindness. The cast includedg Mary Ward as Anneg Mary Murphy as Mrs. Thatcher, her motherjbn Daniel McNertney as TomgGene Dennis as Jimg Pat Cahill as Virginia, Anne's thoughtless brothers and s1stergGeorge Reed as Mr. Rob1nson,the law- yerg and Pat Ward as Charles,' the only one of Anne's family who appreciated her. r fb PROM NIGHT 5rd CORPS King Bob Carmody and Queen Margaret Hunt reigned at the Junior-Senior Prom, which was held on May 4 in the Trinity High Gymnasium. Music was furnished by the leading orchestra of the day, Larry Lonney and his music makers. A lovely Southern Garden created an enchanting atmosphere. The battle was on! The staff, consisting of our serious minded editor, the skillful artists, the diligent typists, the perserver- ing and long-suffering re-write girls, and mem- bers of the faculty had begun their long and strenuous march to their objective, the publish- ing of the 1945 Trinitam With aching fingers, the typist pounded ong the slight traces of back ache d1dn't hinder the artistsg as also with Jagged nerves the re-write girls scratched away and the entire staff found that frantic minutes drew into long 6th CORPS D A R Representatives MaryEllenAbbott, one of the out- standingstudents of Trinity High, was selected by the Faculty and Senior Class as the D.A.R.repre- sentative forthe year 1945. ig-gwf Rotary The THS Junior members of the Bloomington chap- ter of the Rotary Club are the following: Leo Gildner, Bill Gildner, Dave Gillen, Mike Gould and Jerry McAvoy. 1 4 A 1 O f I 4th CORPS Representatives Champaign Representatives Jerry McAvoy and Suzanne Carbery were the dele- gates from Tri- nity High at the Illinois State High Schoolfress Association Con- vention held at Champaign. 7th CORPS hours before they met with success. Picture Uwe the sen- iors cutting supper hour, ignoring parties, shortening evenings and surrendering Sundays to come back to school and work! All this and more, our ardent and eager staff sacrificed in their endeavor to put out an outstanding and memorable annual. But with all the hustle and bustle of the ordeal the staff lived to see it through, and both staff and faculty heaved a sigh of relief when the hurry and scurry were over and'The Year Book Went To Press'! 5th CORPS HF' if, ,Q ,ag gs . 1- , ig'i5'-5, Q is E 4 f if if 5 an-4' I is A A , 2,5 gi , Q i :.kL, ., L. lZ X v gs? ,I .-,-,. X ,, . - ,rt ',.- , Mt wx --N.,v'. -,k w Ii K Q ik Q 5, we FXR, QE? W W1 , .Ik 1, :kb ,V kg .,- be 5' Q ,, . fl WP? mf, ,LQ 1- -www, .-. 1.- 4, M Q 1, ,I f L 'W ,... 1 , ,,MW,,,,,,, ,H:,,,, ,,,, ,. ,, . 1 , meer. .'-- X , Q , . . W, ,M M , ,,..v ,A ., M -,. ,,,,, ..NMw.v,1Vf.,, .., ,Why -- , v - - - ---, . - . -, . - mv nsfzqwfwwig--Qhlwadiiibihf. f-- M.,l...,,w,,,, ,,,,, .WM ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, f , . A X, f-,., ,V ,M5,..4mf:., ,N , ,, "1 M iw V A122 WM' ,. ' "ily, .Q MW 'f,.vQf- - "-2.351 -'L ' - aff? W, , 51, L .,,, S Father Andrew's inspir- ing retreatconferences elic- ited the following comments from the students: 'As we 'retreat' we go back to God.n nlt showed that daily works are just a prepara- tion for heaven or hel1.' 'Sin is the gateway to hellg Penance, the gateway to heaven.' 'Confession becamesome- thing inviting and comfort- ing after Father Andrew's explanation of the Sacra- ment of Penance.u 'The Retreat has helped to strengthen and rebuild the fiber of my soul. I shall be eternally grate- ful for 1t.n nEach conference filled me with the desire to re- ceive the Sacraments more often.n 'That wasthe first time I had heard of the 'solem promise' to marry. It made me wish that others had learned of it before rush- ing into war marr1ages.u The Aeneadae Club is made up of third and fourth year Lat- in students. The officers of the club are: Jerry McAvoy,PresidenQ and Mary Lenahan, Secretary-Preas- urer. The name Ae- neadae was se- lected by the members because the class is studying the voy- ages of Aeneas and the name seemed especial- ly appropriate. Soon after its establish- ment, the club became affliated with the Junior Classical League, a nation wide ww ganization de- voted to spread- SPANISH ing interest in the Greek and Latin classics. 10th CORPS The first and second year Span- ish students have organized a new club. Its purpose is to foster and develop use of the Spanish lan- guage throughcon- versation.Somefa- vorite activities arezstudying good neighbor policies, singing old Span- ish and popular songs and playing Spanish games.The club has further enlivened an in- teresting subject that is becoming increasingly well known this side of the border. After a lapse of three years the Students'Li- brary Club was reorganized ear- ly this year. The members of this society are interested in library work and spend much of their time help- ing in the li- brary and cata- logue room.A so- cial meeting was held on January 8, at which time pins were award- ed to three mem- bers,Mary Straum ratricia Tobing and Mary Corbitm who had served fifty hours or more in work of this kind. LIBRARY DISPLAY LIBRARY own if if if llth CORPS Four years ago a zealous group of thirteen la- dies organized their social meet- ings into a fi- nancial benefit for the school library to which they have con- tributed approxi- mately sixty dol- lars a year. We are all truly grateful to these women for the gen- erous donations they have made, and wish to thank them sincerely. Recently,the club was honored by a tea given by the Students' Club. ' cues cms And the cavalcade marched on--to the songs of Tr1n1ty's Glee Club. Yes, the songs of the Armed Forces saw real service at Fort Trinity and hardly a tune missed theattention of our group of one hundred andcne strong.The enthusiastic participants were recruited from the ranks of students,freshmen to seniors in- elusive. The group besides furnishing entertain- ment for others, provided a great deal of pleasure for themselves. Vocal calisthenics were held by-weekly in the Senior Assembly. It is especially pleasant to recall our successful public performance for thestudents and their mothers at Christmas time. At this performance the Glee Club renderedsome of the old,favor1te,Chr1stmas songs, as well as the popular arrangement of nwhite Christmasn. 5,85 .- H.5i1'Jl,1'.la,...-fkf iii THE GOVERNMENT HAS IT'S WAY titir UK GIRLS BECDME PHYSICALLY FIT , J' wif M . Vg' 22 , A75 Q fjyf MWMuffy ,M W , ei si r' 3 'lx 2 ca .: Si is ,Q 5: Fi Q 5 3 is Q If il I1 I" if -5 3 fi? sl 2 Y? 3 Q5 Q L3 if G? 12,5 z ?E '73 EQ m 2 33 fa 5 ,- za 2 if 52 gl 3,- Q1 A 3. Qi A 5: gs is 32 34 5 R1i.:.'4l'!L'?3t'l 1'UKW3+'If ' ' dH9iLI U , " 3!'H!5Mis'!L'5vS6BEi'h'.li'K! .TYTVTA-T LFIETJ 5-!i"L'6'?f.."G"'Ti'EJ Ari? if 'IEVKK L13 2655.1 -iiii.-' 12' wRuY1'1E5fP1i5'2Y.11164'Q1-F39-16f!'.is'L''afv?!i3'iJvZ?4k5l?N.2.'M ini' 'WTK 2-,LEE 'Z 5.'Y"'5lf' 1-1'5im"En4F5,1if H' , . . , . 1 ' ' b 1 - "u N .'lf"'H- T.. " " f' -" ff 'AV-7f": "f""ff Anwar LEADERS AIDES TU LIELIT. ' CEN. LETTERMEN When the call went out from Father Raney for football candi- dates for the 1944 eleven,he was greeted by boys who were ready to get right into the swing of the coming season. Many of the fellows were at the game, but were ready to give their best for the blue and white. After the first game,it was plain to see that the lads from Trinity were ever, it cannot be said that Trinity did not have a fighting team with a great spirit, for in all games, Captains Bill Gildner and David Cavallo put in a fine showing of running and blocking. With such promising youngsters on the way up, we know that in the near future, Trinity will again field a team that will place the school high on the list Eallartbut green How- entitled 51 rf' Fw., r Msn This year the basketball team fought many hard and close battles, and although not suc- cessful in all the games, they lived up to the name of "The Fighting Saints." The loss of the first six players of last year was a bad enough blow but when Captain-elect Bud Gildner was not able to play because of injuries suffered in football, Father Raney had to build from scratch almost an entire new team. The 1944-1945 team brought forth a surprising number of promising freshmen and sophomores, and we shall all be looking for great things to be accomplished by them in the future. sz 4 ul L. -,. .. w 1 1-YZ b -"1 L- 'V 5 , 'Tw :U 'xxx ,AY , .. V- +51-rm:-1""wiW:2ix "K" " mermfvwfw-H :Pi-"-' ' 2' " ,1-mix-. P ' LEAHERS ir In Advance Are now sewing FORT TRINITY by sewing their country J 3 1 Q , 1 1 1 1 'IIN' 'WI'IEiIw'I1I1,lqkllutIN'I i Q nv 1, k 4 in i i l , 2 Il555IIIII5l5lIlIIllI, 'ki-if 'ki-'k 9 Technical Sergeant Paul Custer .... . Captain John Meany .............. 1, Staff Sergeant Lawrence Radka ..... it 2nd Lieutenant Raymond Morrissey ... 1, Corporal Gerard Thoennes ...... .... 1 Lieutenant James Kelley ........... Private First Class Anthony Moews .. lst Lieutenant Robert Julien ...... Lieutenant Eugene Cavallo ..... ..... ........ Private First Class Robert Frawley ........... itttiii A soft spring breeze, a pale blue sky, An April made for peace and love, Yet somewhere boys must fight and die, While bombs and bullets reign above. How strange it seems, is our reaction, - That God in His divinity, T Designed these cold words: "Killed in Action" X, For these our boys of Trinity. What consolation, what fond belief Can hide the sorrow, lessen the grief. .f .E 154 A golden star has now been hung, -11 Where once their voice in laughter rung. When the dawning finds a world at peace, Cne fervent prayer will yet remain, 2 That these the men who gave their lives Shall not have died in vain. E Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class 1950 1955 1954 1955 1956 1958 1958 1959 1941 1941 Qwffpwfigggjgjgfjjwg aww' M MMMTQQA Wm? MA W ' fig MV' DW ,W Cczmfw5 ,iffffw


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