Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA)
- Class of 1937
Page 1 of 128
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1937 volume:
Lx " VIV.
IV ' 1 - I- I -E
V II Q .-"-'J V ,V . ' "VT 4- V
V V . .V My FIV 5fm.,VIV,,"-
Q' V -V J L V
V: V v .-a,
V- ,V .
I - ..
I g .W
' 'BWV f
I I V
I G-V I,
. , V V
I. I,-'g J'
-V: VL I
V ,. I- 'V.
U .,V,v ..
. .. -V ' .,g"'
VIN: ' '
', 'IV' -Q". I. If.-
fl 114 ,
V 3 J' 1 E-:IQIIII-'Pr
. .. pw V., .I . ,J
V '- '
I - '
.I:" ' .
V .4 V V.
-,II-.. r' V
g .I . VMV'-I'
VV- V.-5,4 Li...i,?7.,,+
V-- L - .-1
,Jjf 9-lf'--r " .. 1514 "
'V I4-Va .VIII I. . -
. gamut: 1
" IVl 1
.1 .' IV
I 5 Q. :-V IL -.I-
:.' 1 I 1.
- I VIT..-.VV,:Y:-Vi I'
. Fa-I 'I' .?2"'I
'. VV'.'I4'-, gpg,
' 5 V-I 5 EV
I NV -.J
' -S' YV?-
A. V V I.V. -
' 4 I
' J ,-
I 'VIHV . I VA
.14 V V .
V..-VI I V
V VV. V
V '45, '.
I . . I
I V. I
I K I
I V V ,
'I -I IV
V V V .. -I: . VV:
, V V V
VV fly V-I 1 " wx
.IE . 'f.
. . ..
.-.rl if - 1
. r bi
- V VMV V
I Y .V
V VV V
I V VV..
V . r
V V, 'I
V. .A --
I V I
V- . ,,.
egg! '-IV:..',V,2 .Vi 51
qi., .-V -yi. -V, Wbw .Ili
. V. I. .- ' 1
V " ,V -
' r .V 44.3, 'r V
A , W . AV
1- -I' V f .1 :III V- I VfVVV .:- V: In LV V. I5
V. V 1- -" "1 ' V-. "II I' ' 1 I I' :. 2' gV:Q1. " - '- 'Liv V. 'VI'?" 'f 12? Q
"I i , I' - .. V V- . 7: . IV, Ig " VV. IVq V,IV - N' 5- 5
"' "III I II .' lp- V .-V V- V -.- .- V" 5 ""J -- I'
I' V I -I I .. I ' V V I,. Y4l1I1VV5wV'-IIE: -. -
I I 'VV 'l ' .5.':..f' :"" ' V
.1 V-I .-r
-V we VII
YI K.. .
V I V,
UI. . V1
:I V.. ' A I'
VV 'L .-
V . ,
IV F "7
VI. ' V'
V- H527 V...
I . .
, V . .
I VV Vfrigjj
II l,:' F'-I
V Q "V
I' ' I ' ru
AYI Y II1'4
I 'I .,
. L. .
. . .JR
I V.. '
. 'RIILI5 IV
A " '
'I ' ,,.As
5 iz., ini..
IIA V Vesxf
' .HI in
I ' .,
V, LII 'ff
, .' :E
I. -f IVV
- Jn, ,.
,.3. A I -I , . .V.,y5,A.
JLI' IIVVV . - .V .3-.IV ?fV.13I? 'VV ' 9' I I'
',,J,. V 4 .4 I
+0 LYMI IUJI
5 - 1
.-fm i 'W X MQ
Q 'Q??A'i i.gy" Mil
M H'-' H ff. .
Published by the
STUDENTS of TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
9 0 VOLUME TEN 0 '
HAIJITIONS T0 AN INSI'I'U'I'ION OI" LEARNING AIIE AS IIISTOHY
'I'O A COUNTRY. 'l'lIE MEIVIOIIY OI' A GOOD MAN IIIIINGS I'I.EASAN'I'
'I'IIOUGII'I'S Ol" FORMEII SUIIROUNDINUS.
ISEIJEVING 'l'IIA'I' GOOD MEN MAKE 'l'IiAIlI'I'IONS, NVE AIIE PROUD
TO IJEDICA'I'E TIIIS YOLU ME Ol' TIIE OLYMPUS 'I'O
E. VAUGHN ROSS
IQECAUSE OI" 'I'IIE PART IIE IIAS PLAYED IN 'l'II.E IlEVIiI,OI'MEN'l' OI"
'I'IIINI'I'Y IIIUII Sl1I'IO0I,1
AS A MEMISEII OI" 'I'IIIi FIIKST CLASS TO KiIiAllUA'I'l'I, HE IIEl.I'ElD
'I'O CIIEATE 'I'IIE 'I'IlAIJI'I'lONS 'I'I'IA'l' ARE TIIINITY. . . .
AS A IVIEMIEER OI' 'I'IIE l4'ACUI.'I'Y, IIE IIAS ISY IIIS FARSIGII'I'EllNIiSS
ANII IIIS I"AI'I'III"UI, IDISCIIAIIKIE OI" DUTIES INl"I.UI'INCEl1 TIIE
PROGRESS Ol" 'I'IIIS INS'I'ITUTION. .... .
AS A TICAIIIIEII, IIIS I'OPUI.AIiI'I'Y IS U-IIEA'I' BECAUSE IIE ISIIINGS
IIIS EN'I'HLTSIAS'l'IC IN'I'EIlES'l' INTO THE CLASS HOOINI AND STIINIU-
LATES TIIE STUDENT INIIIVIDUALLY. . . . .
AS A I"IilENlJ 01" THE STUDENT AND AS AN ADYISER OI-' EXTRA-
CUIIIIICULAR AC'I'IVl'I'IES, IIE HAS IMPAIITEIJ TO THOSE ASSOCI-
A'I'EIl WI'I'II IIIM SOME OF .HIS GENIUS FOB ENJOYING LIFE AND
IIAS BECOME THE IDEAL OF A TRUE GENTLENIAN
I-Iere's to you, dear Trinity,
May we not forget,
That to your fair name, dear school, -
We still owe a debt.
Our love we give to thee
We pledge our loyalty
Three cheers for colors, blue and white,
Oh, let us oft repeat
Those words that are so sweet
"Dear Alma Mater, here's our pledge to thee
And in years that are to come,
Our prayer shall always be
For the school of which we sing
Dear Old Trinity.
'A thing of beauty is a joy forever:
Its loveliness increasesg it will never
Pass into nothingnessg but still will
A bower quiet for us."
J if 'X Y
Born-March 19, 1918
Died-November 25, 1936
Of all those who daily attended,
The Senior classes at Trinity High,
There was one whose life was ended,
Ended, without a sigh.
J-stands for Jolly and always he was,
0-for Obedient, but let us not pause,
H-the Honesty for which he was known
N-as in Name, with our love has grown.
Although these letters spell John,
Due to grim tragedy from us is gone.
Oh Science! Why did you fail so soon?
For John was to graduate with us in June.
I opened his book and saw on the cover,
Something that made me stop and ponder,
For there he had written, "John Russell '37."
Please, Lord, convince us he's listening in Heaven.
What is there about immortality
That makes some dream with reality?
If all our assumptions are really true,
My heart was sad, my eyelids heavy,
And on my mind I could not levy
Thoughts of a lesson, study, or books,
For suddenly from our midst God took
Our friend-so good, so kind, and true.
All who knew her loved her too.
It was not long after Thanksgiving
When we were told, we the living,
That our dear friend had passed away
On that dark and dreary day.
It was so hard for us to believe,
And diflicult for the teachers to conceive,
That a girl so young, laughing and gay
Could have left us on that memorable day
She had brown hair and laughing blue eyes
Now in her flower-covered grave she lies.
Oh, the weeks have come and the weeks hase gone
But our thoughts of Betty still linger on.
Now that she is gone we must bear the sorrow
And hope to meet her on the "Great Tomorrow
2 h, .
Then John, I on eirt do envy you Born-February 10, 1920
And now, dear John, to you I'Il write,
Inviting you down on graduation night,
And when our diplomas are handed to us,
Consider yourself a Trinity Alumnus.
JACK S. BELOTTE
Died-November 28, 1936
He is wise who can instruct us and
assist us in the business of daily
virtuous living. :: :: :: ::
Trinity High School Board of Directors
H. XV. Guam' ........... ....... I ,I'l'Sfl1l'lIf D. S'l'l2Nll0l'Sl'1 ................. Sm-H-1111-y
North Franklin South Sllwllmzlllv
M. li. Plillili. .. ...,......... Vim' I'1'1'.wifI1'11l ii. A. IMNKIN ................. 7'rf'us111'1'1'
ANlXYlCI.I.f J. S. Gihsnn. IC. C. llurn. F. NV. Shmnlz. A. B. xVL'1lYl'I'.
CANTON VV. Davis, J. 0. Lutvs. J. M. McAlislvr, XV. I.. Mi'fJl'l'l'l'j', Mrs. NIill'g2lI'1'i l'lvry.
li. S. VVz1llz1cv
NUIKTII Fn.xNKl.lx J. N. Crushing Dr. G. H. Mcliinslry. C. 'l'. 'l'au'r. l. li. Thompson.
S0l"l'll S'l'liAl4ANli'--H, Brown. H. ll. Iloolmzm. S. H. lic-oily. A. I.. Smith.
James R. Braden, Principal .
University ul' Pittsburghg Xllnshinglun und
.lcilerson College: Gracluatc wurk, Universi-
ty nl' Pittsburgh.
"Hui lwfnre lim! I Iuwe ll rulher unpleasant
mailer In bring up."
Robert S. Wilson, Assistant Principal
lVHSllill1.flUIl and .lcllcrswm Cnllcgc, li. S.
Adviser nf Scniur Class: Member ul' Ulyln
pus Slaffg French.
"ll'11al! Lula again?"
University ol Pittsburgli. A. li.: Graduate
work, University of Wisconsin: University
ot' Pittslmrgli. llead of Comlnereial De-
part lnent .
"7'lirow your randy on! Ihe wimIow."
ulius H. liiery
AvilyIl0Slllll'f.f College. ll. S.: lnternz-tional
Y. M. C. A. College: University ot' Pitts-
lnurgll. Athletie llireetor: lfoothall Coach
liaselnall Coach: 'l'raek Coach: Adviser ot'
Soplloinore Class: Science.
"Hill you say cookies?"
John C. Hillick
Pennsylvania State College, IS. S.: Super-
viser ot' Vocational Agriculture: Adviser
oi' F. l". A.: Graduate work at Penn State
"Go join lhe .Yr
my and gel nal."
Geneva College: Graduate work, Vniversitg
ot' Pittshurgllz Pennsylvania State College.
A. li.: Adviser ot' Senior Class: AlClllllL'l' of
Olympus StatT: Latin.
"A'om for lomorrouf 1ve'lI lmm'-"
James R. Clark
Stall' 1 Di reeti
ege: lAlL'IllllL'I' ot' Olympus
rr ol' Cheeringg Adviser of
.lunior Hi-Y Cluli: Mathematics: Seienee.
"Une .' Two !
Three! Niglils clelenlionf'
Esther E. Crowley
Vniversity of l'ittslmrgli, A. li.: Assistant
llead ot' Coinmereial ll0lNlI'llllL'lll1 Gradu-
ate work, l'niversity ol' Pittslmurglig Typ-
ingg Shorthand: General Business Train
mg' lilI.l.lCK CAMl'liliI.l
"I'Il be glml Io help you." CLARK Cmmmm.
Edwin S. Day
Ohio State University: llirani College, A.
ll.: l'niversity of North Carolina: Carnegie
Institute ol' Technology: Cornell Universi-
tyg l'niversity ol' Alalxania: Washington
n College: Graduate work,
University ot' Chicago: lbireetor of lJl'ilIll1ll.-
"Oli we never
do anylhing anyway."
Thomas E. Ellwood
Pennsylvania State College: University ot'
Pittslmurglig Seienee: Matlielnatics.
"Gel ou! of rluss unlil you can lN'1lllUt'.H
Cleon S. Hallam
xvZlSlllllQ'lOl1 and .leffersoii College, A. B.:
tx Oracluute work, Washington and .letlerson
College: NVashington and .letlerson College,
lil. A.: llniversity ol' Pitlslmurglig Member
ol'Olympl1s Staff: l,l'OlJlClllS ol' lJen1oe1'aeyg
"Here I Illllll' so111ell1i11y I 11111111 you fo do."
William B. Hawkinson
AV2lSllllIglOll and -lL'l'l'0l'SOll College, A. B.:
Civiesg Historyg Algebra.
"Cul out Ilze foolislzlzessf'
J. Arleigh John
NVashington and .let't'erson College, li. S.:
flfiltlllllltl work, XVtlSlllllgltlll and ,lel't'erson
College., M. A.: Adviser ot' llitle Clulmg
lllt.'llllll'l' of Olympus Staff: Mathematics.
"Hom 111111111 of lo1lr1y's l1llt'SfiUIlS did you
Amelia C. Jones
Sara M. Irwin
XVooster College, A. li.: Graduate work
XVZlSlllIIglOll and -lL'il'Cl'SOll College, M. A.
Sponser of l"l'CSlIlllilll Girl lleserves: Arl-
viser ot' the Classical tluilclg l.atin.
"ll'e'Il 11411111 Ihe IIt'.l'f lhirly lines for lo-
Indiana State Teaeliers College, li. S.: Atl-
viser ot' Fresliman Class: Adviser ot' Home
lieonomies Cluhg Assistant Head ot' Home
Economies llepartnlentg Home l'lCOl1OllllC5.
"7'l1e mrllfer of the coolciesf'
Ohio Northern, B. S.: University of Pitts-
burgh: Adviser of "'l"' Club: Girls Coach:
Physical liclucationg Adviser ot' .lunioi
HALLAM. HAXVKINSON Imvm JOHN JONES KIBLINGER
Anne M. Linn
Carnegie Instituto of Technology, ll. S.:
llvzid ol' Home Economics IJopz1rtlm'nl.
"Hurry up girls, 1114- periods ora' short."
John M. Lowry
l'nivcrsily of l'iilshul'gh: kSSlSlIl1l
Colnmcrciul llvpul'l1iia.-lil 3 lomnn I ci il
Law: CUlllllIL'l'L'llll Aflllllllt' liookku 1
"Now lel's gr-I busy."
Mary Louise Martin
XVIM-alon College. .M B.: Gmclllulc work.
Colulnhin l'niv0rsily: Adviser ot' Girl llc-
scrvcs: Lihruriun: English.
"I'nliI you boys url- inlerrslrd you may go
Io slucly hall."
David R. McClay
PCllllSylVill1l2l Sizzle Collvgc li S I
uzitc work, P0llIlSylY1llllll in Col Lfl
Assistant Supervisor of Vocation il Sql lnul
ture: Adviser of lf. F. A.: :kllXlSLl of lunloi
Class: lilcmbcr of Olympus 1
"Good morning, gvnII01m'n."
James A. Moninger
XV:ishinglon und Jcllcrson Callvgc, li. S.,
Graduate work, Washington and .lcllurson
Collcgog English. ,
"Oli, I guess you l1von'I Imm' Io luke lhal
Donald W. Moore
Duquesne Univcrsity, li, iso.
"Your good enough, go lulcc ll shower
Emil E. M ers Iwxs lnwm
Y Y NI c
University ol' Piltshurgllg Grauluntu work, Mflbnlilsn Dllolilal
XVnshinglon and .lcl'l'crson Collcgcg ling- ,
"Nom do you gc! lln' poinl?"
Robert K. Paxton
Pvnlisylvzlllizi Slate College. I3 Cm n
nil' work, Clllllllllllil Univcis 'ilcmm
of Olympus Stall: English.
"l llvurll ll good slory onto."
E. Vaughn Ross
xV1lSilil'lf.fi4lll and .lcl'l'cl'son College, B. S.g
Gramlllntv work, Xvllfiillllgiilll und Jcffcrsun
Colle-gc, M. S.: University of Pitlshurghg
Advisor of Hi-Y Cluhg lllc-mlncr ol' Olym-
pus Sillilfj .Xdviscr of Frcshmzlu Clzlssg
"limp Il wimluw in 1110 Imclc, pleusvf'
Frederick VV. Schmidt
Curncgic Instituto of 'fcclinologyz XVHSII-
ingion und .lclicrson Colln-gc: Music.
"ll c'lI 1111 pruclicc Iogullzvr if
H. Ruth Zediker
llluskiugum Collcgc, A, Ii.: Grurluulc work,
Columbia University: University ot' Pitts-
burgh, M. A.g Adviser of Go-to-College
Cluhg Advisor ol' Sopllomorc Clzlssg Eng-
"lYIly rIu11'f you lmm' your work dune?"
A. Vincent McKee
yo ll plcasc. '
J. Howard Wilson
'l'liicl College, li. S.: Grzuduulc work, NVRISII
iuglun and Jcl'l'crsou College: Adviscr
Stump Cluhg Biology: Vocational Chcmis
Trinily High Schoolg Xv1lSiliIlgi0ll Busi-
ncss Collcgcg Penn Slulc K
lcgcg Sccrclary to Principal
"Wl1ul did you maui?"
C. Verner Gayvert
Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds.
"Wilh ihe grcalcsl of pleasure."
Ross SCH'l!llDT J. H. W1LsoN Zsmiusn RICKEE GAYVEM'
I I I
ll .a All
-f-Q rv :
'S' S 29"-S3 vo
-N A -
H, I ff.
The foundation of every state IS
I the education of its youth. :: :: R
Robert Gayvert "Bob"
Class Vice President
Zi. -lg Basketball 2, 3,
4: lli-Y 3. 4: Colniner-
cial Club 4, President
"Ile glides as smoothly
as W rr y n e King's
Daniel Brown "Dan"
Class President 4: Baseball
l, 2. 3. 4: Football 2, 3, 4:
Basketball 2, 3. 4: Varsity
Club 2, Il: l". F. A. 1. 2, 3,
President 41 K e y stone
Farmer Degree 4: Hi-Y Club
3: Gym lixhibition 2.
"The meeting will please
come lo order."
Betty Craig "Queen"
Class Secretary 3, 43
Girl Reserves l, 2. Il.
4, Secretary 4: "'l"'
Club Il. 4, President
44 Commercial Club
4. Secretary -lg Go-to-
College Club 3. 43
Junior Paper Staff 3:
May Day l, 2, 3, -lg
i ij Classical Guild 23
7 , Basketball It, -lg Gym
f' A -X Exhibition 2.
'N fin V "A haslcetbnll slar."
Senior Class History
As the day was 11ot far gone, there came to Trinity High School a new and dif-
ferent group of workers, two hundred ninety-six in number. Each was possessed
with the desire to do his very best in all that he undertook. Although the surround-
ings were strange and we looked in vain for some one we knew, we were soon fa-
miliar with everylhing. Having goal in mind and being endowed with the utmost
confidence and courage, we thus started on our long journey to success.
During our Freshman year we worked with Jack Martin, Sidney Hoffman, Helen
Poten, and Margaret Stcnhouse to guide us intelligently in all that we did. With
a good start on our journey we were very happy to come back in the fall of 19311 with
even stronger determinations to do our best, but to our great sorrow, a few of our
number had lingered behind, leaving only two hundred tive of us to continue our
great task. Yet eager to reach our goal we pushed steadily on, choosing as our
leaders, Wayne Ferguson, Thelma Dunning, Nell Butcher, and Mabel DeWitt. With
our many accomplishments as enlightenment, we were ready to leave at the school
year's close but hope to return again soon. After school we held a picnic at Sunset
Beach. Every one had an enjoyable time.
In the fall of 1935 we again returned to Trinity to go a little farther on our jour-
ney to success. There were only one hundred fitty-six of us now, but our ambitions
increased as our numbers decreased. Alter all, we can never attain success in any-
thing 111 life if we give up before we have even tried.
Conlinuezl on Page 34
A Mos Amnausos ANIHIEXVS B.tYl.lss BAYNE lieu.
Robert Amos "Bob"
F. F. A. l, 2, 3. -lg Trinity Ite-
porter Stall' 4.
"Boll flidn'l seem lo like school."
Arthur Anderson "Bud"
Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball 35
Hi-Y 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 2.
"Some people have all lhe lurk."
Evelyn Andrews "Windy"
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: May Day
2, 3: Gym Exhibition 2.
"Evelyn is very neal and efficient"
Home Economies 1. 23 Cafeteria
3, 4: Gym Exhibition 2.
"No flonlrl she will some clay ln' a
Dorothy Baker "Dot"
Girl lleserves l, 2, 3, 4: May
Day 1, 2: Basketball 3: Sports
Day 2, 3: Gym Exhibition 2. 3.
"l just have lo :lo Ihis llllllllllu
LeMoyne Banlield "Bonnie"
Rifle Club 3. 4: Stamp Club 2, 33
Traffic Squad 3, 4,
"Does l.e.lloyne prefer lII'llIlCllUS?H
Anna Barrows "Ann"
Com mercia I
Girls' Chorus 15 Operetta 1: Gym
"'SiIcncc is golden'-lhal's what
3 Eunice Bayles "Eunie'
Home Economies I. 2: Girl Ile-
serves 1, 2: Gym Exhibition 2.
"I gol here in lime for lhe first
Home Economics 1, 2: Home
Economies Club 2: Cafeteria 43
Girl Reserves 3.
"Do you wan! somelhing goozl lo
eal? .lust look for Eslher."
Frank Bell "Bell"
Trathc Squad 3, 4.
"Yes, I have my lesson today."
J ack Belotte "Jack"
Tennis 1: Football 4: Basketball
3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Home Room Otlicer
"lVe lhink lhal .lack is a regular
Frank Bevec "Steppie"
Basketball 2, 3: Football 4.
"I hope" . . .
3 Jean Bigler
5. ' nn 'Q ini. r'rr: , . .
I UIIQTKFIIJQ IBFQLF Home ILCUIIIIIIIICS l, 2: Home laco-
lhgrllfln Blr,li,l'R nomies Club 2: Cafeteria 3, 4:
Bximogxgs Bmlvllln, Cafeteria Club 4: Home Eco-
nomies Demonstration 3, 43 Edi-
tor of Home Economics part of
"Trinity Reporter" 4: Girls'
Chorus 3, -lg Olympus Staff 3, 4.
, X "All peaches rlon'l grow on lrees."
, Kermit H. Bonner "Fritz"
Smithfield High School 1. ,
"Why of course, l'lI bel you a
liovi vz linnm' lll"l'CHlill CINIINU Cmzxiizss Coon
Pearl Ethel Boyle "Pebble"
East Pike llun High School 1, 2
"A Scoleh lussief'
lloine Economies l, 2: Home
Economies Club 2: Cafeteria Il, 4:
Girls' Chorus I: Uperetta I: Gym
"The enfeleriu eomedienne."
Nell Butcher "Connie"
Class Secretary 2: Librarian 3,
4: Girl Reserves Il, 4: .lunior
Paper Stall' Il.
"Uh, I 4lon'l llzink llml is fair."
Francis Cain "Junior"
lli-Y Club 2, Il, 4: llille Club 2,
3, 4, Secretary and 'Treasurer Il:
"I"rru1eis refuses lo lel girls inler-
frre will: his work."
Ethel N. Carlisle
.lunior Paper Stall' Il: "'l"' Clulb
4: Sports llay 2, Zi: Gym lixbibl-
tion 2, 3.
"Elliel Iilces lo play lruslcellmllf'
Florence Caton "Pup"
Girl lleserves Il, 4: Girls' Chorus
lg Science Club lg Gym Exhibi-
tion 25 May Queen 4.
"Her inleresls are oulside of
Frank Chmiel "Fai"
Gym Exhibition 2: Trallie Squad
"Frr1nlc, do you lnwe un e.x'cuse."
Mary Louise Cimino
Basketball Il. 4: Sports Day 2, ZS:
Girl Reserves l, 2, Il, 4, Treas-
urer 4: "'l"' Club 4: Go-io-College
Club 4: Commercial Club 4:
Olympus Stall' 4: Librarian il, 4:
Junior Paper Stall' Il: May llay Jig
llome lloom 'llI'l'1lSlll'L'I' 4: Gym
l'.Xllllllllllll 2, .L
"lin you wunl ri friend? I.nol: for
L. Erwin Clemens "Clemens"
Boys' Chorus I: Ili-Y Zi. 4: 'l'railie
Squad Il. 4.
"To slmly or nol In slmly. llml is
Frank Cook "Cookie"
llille Club 23 Commercial Club
4: Ili-Y Club 2, Zi, 4: Olympus
Chalmer Cowen "Cowen"
Band I, 2, Ii: Iliile Club 3, 4:
Stamp Club 2, Il: lli-Y Club 4.
".-lnolher one' who lilfes l"resl1men."
XVest lll'lllll'lll'lll I: Commercial
lg Home lieononiies 2.
CAIN CUWNN "Sln"s as quiel us Il lomlnslone."
Edward Clark "Ed"
Baseball 2, 3. 4: llaskelball 3, 4:
Music 2, Zi: lli-Y 4: 'l'raIlie Squad
"lid lilses lo argue in l'. D. Class."
James Davis "Jim"
llifle Club l.
"He lil.'1's lo lense Ihe girls."
DAY lJ1cFAz1o DEXvl'l"l'E, B. DuNN1N1z lJvKsTn.4 l':l.l.XVU0ll
Dorothy Day "Dots"
Home l':CUl't0llIlCS Club 2, Presi-
dent 21 Olympus Stall' 3. 4: "'l"'
Club 4: Commercial Club 4:
Home ltoom Viee Presitlent 4.
"ll'1' ure 1'1'rl11i11 Il111I llorolhy will
get 'IPI' llll.Sll.u
"John S1-1'111s lo be ll I111sI1f11I IVIIIIILH
Operetta I: Girls' Chorus 1, 2:
Music Contest 2, Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, 43 Junior Paper Stall' 33 May
"Sl1e's ll 11111111 slzpporler of 1111r
Mabel DeWitt "Toots"
Class Treasurer 23 Junior Paper
Stall' Il: Commercial Club 4: Gym
"Why is .1l11b1'I so 1111i1'I?"
Joseph Lawrence Dobeck "Joe"
HJOSPIPII 1111111111 11111l:e Il fine judge."
Basketball Il, 4: Sports Day ll:
"'l"' Club -1: Gym Exhibition 1.
"Thelma is ll girl of 111111111 inlet-
Milo Drakulich "George"
WVrestling 3: Boxing 45 Stamp
"Ile llt1l't'll Illt' In 1lo il."
ll1aXV1'r'rE, M. FEnol1soN
1' ' " '
a A fe 1 . I 1
,, , up .L if is.,
X ::. ' i i l26l
Class Viee l,l'L'Slll0lll 2: Girl lie-
seryes 2, Il, 4: Go-to-College Club
Il, 4: May Day 2, 33 Gym lixhibi-
'ifrllflll 1111l11r1'1I 111111 Iil.'1'1I by ull."
Dorothy Anna Dykstra "Dot"
llome Economies l, 2: llome Eeo-
nomies Club 23 Gym lixhibition
"A fri1'111lly smile for energy 111'1'11-
Basketball l, 2, Ji, -lg Sports Day
1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, Il, 4,
President lg "'l"' Club 3, -tg Com-
mercial Club 4, 'Treasurer 41 May
Y -,w. 1 --' .1
Day l, J, Gym ILXlllllIll0l1 2, .l.
"Ariel 11I1111111s St'l'IllS In be Illlllllllfl
Wayne Ferguson "Fergy"
Class l,l'CSlllL'lll 2: Football 2, Il,
-lg Varsity Club 2, 33 Boys'
Chorus l, 2: Operelta 1: F. F. A.
l, 3, -lg Hi-Y Club 2, Il, 43 Gym
"A sim-foo! 1111111 with plenly of
Anna L. Ferralli "Ann"
Classical Guild 2: Commercial
H.-lllllll is very lIl'1H'lllIlIlJIt' 111111
Kenneth Ford "Kenny"
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4.
"Why iSll'f t'IH'l'!1 one 11s 1'11l1fe11l
Girl Reserves 2, Il, 43 May llay
2, 33 Go-to-College Club Il, -lg
Gym Exhibition 2.
2.4111111115 ready with ll smile."
Marian Frazier '
Gym Exhibition ll.
"So quiel. lllll II good uvorl.'er."
Washington lligh School 2, 3:
'l'rinily lligh l, 4: Cheerleader 4:
lli-Y l. 4: liaskelball 4: llillc
Club 4: Olympus Stall' 4.
"'l'riniIy is the hes! ufler ull."
Sophie Garbinsky "Sally"
Girl Reserves l. 2. 3. 42 -lllllifll'
Paper Stall' 3: UINUYIYUS SHUT 41
Girls' Chorus l: Gperella l: May
llay I: Gym Exhibition 2.
"Hoes Sophia like lo Hype?"-
Gladys A. Gowern
Classical Guild 2, ll, 4, Prcsidcnl
4: Go-lo-College Club Il, 4: .lunior
Paper Slall' Sl.
"Quiel and sludious. II good umrlcer.
und u ln-Her friend."
Jane Green "Green"
Girl Reserves 2. 3, 4: Home lico-
nomics Club 4. I
"June prefers Ille ll'nsll-High girls."
Jack Gregg "-l0!I"
' ' -1. r r
Hi-X 1, -, I. I. A. 3, 4,
"Jael: surely keeps his cur shined."
Edla Hager "DiIYlDl0S"
Basketball 1, Il: Girl Reserves l.
2, 3, 4: Home Economics 1, 23
Gyln Exhibition 2. 3: Sports Day
l, 2, 3, -l-.
GOXVERN ll.xn1'i.EY. V.
Games HAR'l'l.l'IY. R.
J . .
4 li-' . Q
XV4.-st Alexander High School I, 2.
3: Trinity 4.
"l"rerlu 4luesn'I like orul Iopiesf'
Caroline Hamil "Carrie"
llaslaetball 2: Gym Exhibition 2.
"She is quiel ulul Sllll'l'l-l1'llllH'I'4'li."
it K L
Leona Harden A d.'f0nie"
XVashinglon lligli School l: Go-
lo-College Club 15, 4: Girl Ile-
serves 2, Il: Classical Guild 2, 3:
Commercial Club 4: .lunior Paper
Slafl' Il. '
"Her lonl: of inlelligeliee does lllll
belie ils ll70l'lll.n
Virgil Hartley "Hartley"
Liberty lligh School I: lli-Y Il. 4:
llille Club 4: Classical Guild 2:
'l'rallic Squad 3, 4.
"Virgil seems Io lilre Nnrlli lllnin
Rea Hartley "Hartley"
Hi-Y I, 2. ll. 4, Treasurer I : Junior
Paper Stall' Il: Olympus Stall' 4:
Tratlic Squad 4.
"Every rluy is 'ladies' day' for Ren."
Gladys Hunter "Hunter"
Home Economics Club 2: Cafe-
teria Club 43 Girl lleserves 3, 4:
Go-to-College Club 3. 4. l'resi-
dent 45 Junior Paper Stall' Jig
Girls' Chorus 3: "T" Club 3. 4.
"Reading poetry is lwr Iml1l:y."
Wilhelimina Jelferson "Willie"
Classical Guild 2: Junior Paper
Stall' Sl: Go-to-College Club 4:
HT" Club 3, 4: Music lg Commer-
cial 3, 4.
"She is ll mmlel secretary."
.Ions .lonNs'roN, IJ, JoHNs'roN, M, KUnr.IUwEi'r linN'rz Klrrz
D. Earl John
Agriculture 1. 2: Rifle Club 2, 3,
4: Hi-Y Il, 4: Olympus Staff 3. 4:
Trailiu Squad 4: Gym Exhibition
"Ile is llll ussvl Io Ihr- Rifle- lfl11lv."
Dorothy A. Johnston "Dot"
Girls' Chorus 2, Il, 4: Gym lixlli-
"A smile for every our."
Margaret E. Johnston "Peg"
Gym Exhibition 2: Commercial
"Thai var is nflvn u grew! IIPIII of
Ralph Kendall "Tim"
l". F. A. 1. 2, 3. 4: Trinity Rc-
porler Staff' 4: Judging 'l'4.-am 2,
Il, 4: XVrn-slling Manager Il: Olym-
pus Stall' 4: 'l'r:li'Iic Squad 4.
"A lll'Ufl'SSl'llllIII rurloonisl in Ihr'
Julie Kepics "Curly"
Comlncrcial Club 4: .lunior Paper
"llmmsf vonfvssinn is goorl for lhv
Smmvf KraNnAl.I. KUZY
Betty Jeanne Knestrick "Betty"
Librarixin 4: Girl llcserves 3, 4: .
Go-to-College Club Cl, 4, 'I'rcusurc-r
4: Girls' Chorus l, 2: Opv.-retla l. Y
"One of Ihr' iIlSl'IllIl'1lII,l'S.H 5
Walter Kozal "Ludge"
"Waller misses so mnrh schonlf'
XVashinglon High School l. 2:
Girl Ileserves ll, 4: Commercial
Club 4: Olympus Stall' 4: Gym
"If's .'l.'.'l0, Don is coming."
Edward Kuntz "Kunlz"
Football 4: Hi-Y l, 2: liiile Club
2: Commercial Il, 4: Gym Exhibi-
tion 3: Opera-lla I.
Sasia Kutz "Kutzie"
Home Economics l, 2: Commer-
cial 3, 4.
"She is one of our rliynified
Frank Kuzy "lnk0y"
Hi-Y 4: 'l'rafliv Squad 4: Commer-
cial .l, 4: Gym l'.XlllllIiIOll Z.
"Frank munfs Io he un uniulorf'
Olympus Staff 3, 4: .Iunior Paper
Stall' Il: Class 'Treasurer Zi: Go-
to-Collegc Club Il. 4, Secretary
4: Librarian 4: Classical Guild
2: Commercial Club 4, Secretary
Home Iloom 4. ,
"The olher of the insepurublesf'
Stella V. Lask "Stasia"
Home Economics I. 2: Junior
Paper Stuff Il. -
"WP rvomler why she' hlnshr's!"
Betty Lawrence "Betsy"
Girls' Chorus 1: Opcretta I: Gym
"They make me fired."
I uvm,.v.l, J LW,-ON Loqv h'lAll'l'lN M ,iso N MCA umm s
Jane E. Lawrence "Red"
Basketball 2. Il. 4: "TH Clllll 3,
4, Vice President 4: Girl Reserves
4: Sports Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
"June lcnolns horn lo nmku ufler
Louise Liston uLi8t0lln
"'l"' Club Il, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4:
Girl ltcserves 1: Cafeteria 4.
"What lime do me practice lo-
Commercial Il. 4.
Alexander T. Lockman "Ted"
lli-Y 4: Commercial 3, 4.
"Quiet and clignifiwl, lhul's Teil."
Patsy Manfredi "T0l'!I,'
Music 1, 2: Manager 2. Il, 4.
"What will the rom-h do nvilhonl
Emil Markow "Aim"
lli-Y 43 Stamp Club ll, 4g Boys'
Chorus 4: Western Pennsylvania
"Yon shonhl hear Emil sing buss."
Edward Marks "Pete"
Music 45 Football 2, 43 Baseball
"Just :mother Irashfnl Senior."
John R. Martin "Jack"
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2,
3, 4, President 4, Vice President
I: Football 45 Cheerleader 2, It:
Class President lg Olympus Stall'
3, 43 Tratlic Squad 43 .Iunior
Paper Stall' Il: Gym Exhibition
"Who is .lm'l."s funnrilv rlullring
Girls' Chorus l, Il, 4: Girl lte-
serves 4: Home Economics Club
2: Cafeteria Club 43 Gym Exhibi-
"She Iilccs In rlrine o cur."
Girls' Chorus lg Operctta lg Home
Economies Club 2: Cafeteria
"Tonighl is ll'cdm's1loy nighl."
Sara McClenathan "Sarie"
Basketball 3, 4: "'l"' Club Cl, 4:
Home Economies Club Il, 4.
"She nnznls Io In' some gum! man's
Lois Jane McCoy "Gracie Allen"
Girls' Chorus 4.
"She is fnilhfnl In the rlnly of lhe
Girl lleserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior
Paper Stall' It, Music 2: May Day
"Wonder why Ruth Iilccs a Tcrrra-
Lois McKahan "McKahan"
Basketball 2, 3, 4: Junior Paper
Stall' 3: "T" Club 3, 4: Music 2g
Gym Exhibition 1, 2.
"Dnn'l look now hut-"
Alll.l.lCli AIINTIIN Ml1'c:HEI.l. RIUNN I,AS'l'EltCHAl.K l,lC'l'lCItNIil.l.
Ruth Irene Miller "Rim"
Girls' Chorus l.
"Ruth likes the F. F. A."
Basketball 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 2,
3: Sports Day l, 3: -May Day l, 2:
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym lix-
hibition I, 2, 3: "'l"' Club 3, 4:
Commercial Club 4: .lunior Paper
"She mill make on effieienl secre-
"Hasn'l much Io sag."
Joseph Mogentale I "Joe"
lntel'-lnural 'Tournament 3, 4:
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Gym lixhibition 2:
Comma.-reial Club 4, Vice Presi-
"Single, sound, sensible and srien-
Harry S. Morris "Harry"
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary' 42
Editor of Trinity Reporter 4:
Tratlie Squad 4.
"A polenliul erlilor, with brains
Dessie Mounts "Pee Wee"
"Silence nvilh ri sweet smile."
William L. Mueller "Mule Ears"
F. F. A. l.
"A second .'llillon."
MouN'rs Po1.EN, H.
Sll,lLl.l-Ill l'ol.EN, V.
Alvin A. Munn
Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4: Ititle Club
2: 'l'ratlie Squad 4: Gym Exhibi-
tion 2: Junior Paper Stall' 3:
".-tlnin's vor gels lhe girls."
Elizabeth Pasterchalk "Lib"
Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4: Librarian
3, 4: Sports Days 2, 3, 4: May
Day l, 2, 3, 4: Gym Exhibition
2, 3, 4: .lunior Paper Stall' 3.
"Eli:'ul1elli has a sweel rlisposilionf'
Lawrence Peternell "Lolly"
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball.
"Anolher .lleudowlumls Romeo."
Richard C. Pees "Dick"
F, li. A. l, 2, 3, 4: lloys' Chorus
l: Stamp Club 4.
"l.iI.'es fo argue."
Hi-Y 3, 4.
"Sieve is silenl lrnl wise."
Class Secretary l: Girl Reserves
2, 3, 4: Go-to-College Club 3, 4.
Secretary 3, Vice President 4:
HT" Club 3, 4, Secretary and
Treasurer 3, 4: May Day 2, 3:
Gym Exhibition 2, 3: Classieal
Guild 2, 3, Secretary 3: Assistant
Editor ol' Junior Paper Staft' 3:
Home Room Secretary 4: Sports
Day 2, 3: Olympus Stall' 4: Com-
mercial Club 4: Girls' Chorus 2.
'lSlll'h ll duinlg person."
Virginia Polen "Gin"
Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Chorus l: Operetta l: Classical
Guild 2: Gym Exhibition 2:
Librarian 3, 4: Go-to-College Club
3, 4: "TH Club 3, 4: Olliee Girl
2, 3, 4: May llay l, 2, 3. 4: Junior
Paper Stall' 3: Olympus Stall' 3, 4.
"Brooks lllinlcs slie's ll grunrl per-
son-uncl so do me all."
PULHN, li, Ponnov l'oN'roN Ihann ROR!-1Il'l'S Room-1
Raymond Polen "Ray"
Hi-Y 2. Il, 4, Vice President 4:
ltillc Club 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3, 4:
Olympus Stall' ll, 4: Junior Paper
Stall' fl: llomc Room Prcsidcnt 41
'l'rallic Squad 4.
"His Ford lcnums lhc may In Ileucli
Russell l'odboy "Russ"
l-'. lf. A. l, 2, Il. 4: Agriculture
Council 2. 3.
"Why do Icurlzcrs always pick on
lda Mae Ponton U
Gym Exhibition Il.
"She is u nniqzw hunmrislf'
Mary Porter "Mernio"
"Hoy, um I slet-py."'
Marjorie Post. "Marge"
"'l"' Club 3, 4: Sports Day 2, Il.
4: I,ibrarian IS. 4: Go-to-College
Club Il, 4: Otlicc Girl 2. il, 4: May
Day I. 2, Il, 4: Junior Paper Stall'
Il: Gym Exhibition 2, ll, 4: llomc
Room Secretary 4: Olympus Stall'
3, 4: Girl llescrvcs I, 2. Il, 4:
Secretary l. Vice Prcsidcnt Il,
President 4: Opcretta l: Girls'
Chorus 1: Manager 3, 4.
Edna Pratt "Eddie"
Commercial Club 4: Girl lic-
scrvcs 2, ll, 4: May Day 2: Gym
Exhibition 2: Girls' Chorus 2.
"lt isn't Archie any more."
Ada Lee Reynolds "Alle"
llominy High School 1: Classical
Guild 2: Gym Exhibition 2: Girl
llescrvcs Il: Junior Paper Staff
Il: Olympus Staff 4: Librarian 4:
Otlicc Girl 4: "'l"' Club 4.
"Her moods rule her day."
Posr llovr Hr: N nano
Cat'clcria Il, 4: Home Economics
Club 2: Sports Day Il: Gym Ex-
hibition 2, 3.
"Quicl und serious."
William Roberts "Bill"
Football 2.'Sl, 4: Basketball 2. 3.
4: liascball 2. It. 4: Varsity Club
2, Il: lli-Y l. Zi, 4, 'Vrcasurer 4:
Class President 3: Gym Exhibi-
"Being Imndsnnw is ll sci-Imcl: In
un industrious hog."
Martha Roche "Sin"
XVashington High School 1: Gym
Exhibition 2: Commercial Club
Cecelia Roble "Lee"
Gym Exhibition 2.
"A serious girl from l,im'uln Hill."
Fred Rothenberg "Hiller"
Concordia .lunior College l:
Classical Guild ll, 4: Stamp Club
"An fiulogmph rnlleclorf'
Ralph Rush "Rusty"
Basketball l. 4: Football Manager
Si: Manual Training l: Agriculture
2: Commercial Collcgc 3: Band
2, 3, 4.
"You mlghl In see him prinI."
Esther May Sanders "Esther"
Gym lixhibition 2: Girl llcserves
I, 2, 3, 4:' "'l"' Club 4: Junior
Paper Stafl' 3: Opcrctta 1.
"Does Esther wall: up town?
No, shv rides in a I'unIiuc."
Susan: SIIAXVINSKI Snowvnos SUXVAK Tnmus 'l'o-uqlp
Edward Sharik "Ed"
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Chorus l,
2, 4: Hi-Y 4: Operetta 1: Junior
Paper Stall' 3: Commercial Club
"Ilan he read Frem'h."'
Helen M. Shawinski "Tommy"
Classical Guild 2: Go-to-College
Club 4: Librarian 4: Gym Exhi-
bition 2: Sports Day 2: Junior
Paper Staff 3: Olympus Stall' 4:
Commercial Club 4, Vice Presi-
dent 4: Girls' Chorus l: May Day
l, 2: Operetta l.
"Always ready Io help."
Wa'ter Skowvron "Walt"
Commercial Club 4: Hi-Y 3, 4.
"Small, bat he has brains."
Commercial Club 3: Home lico-
nomic Club 2: Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
"Ruby nener shirI:s her work."
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Agriculture
Council 2: Judging Teams 2, 3, 4:
'l'ratllc Squad 4: Trinity licportcr,
Senior Editor 4.
"Holds himself in reserve, like a
stick of dynamite."
Margaret Stenhouse "Peg"
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Classical
Guild 2: Music Club 1, Secretary-
Treasurcr 1: Go-to-College Club
3, 4, Treasurer 3: Class Treasurer
l: UT" Club 2, 3, 4: Opcretta l:
May Day L, 2, 3: Music Contest
1, 3: Editor .lunior Paper 3: Vice
President Home Room 4: Olympus
Staff 4: Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4:
YVestern Pennsylvania Chorus 4:
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Trinity will miss its talented musi-
cian next year." -
Ethel Stewart "Shorty"
Girls' Chorus 1: Gym Exhibition
"Ethel is small, lint it isn't size
Football 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4:
Baseball 2, 3. 4.
"A future football coach."
Frances Urbanik "Frances"
Girl llescrves 2. 3, 4: Junior Paper
Staff 3: Gym Exhibition 2.
"Always ready for a good time."
Dessie Vester "Vester"
Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3: Operetta l:
Music Contest 2: Librarian 3, 4:
"'l"' Club 3, 4: Gym Exhibition 2:
Basketball 2, 3: Junior Paper
Statl' 3: Classical Guild 3: Sports
Day 2, 3.
"She studies and plays with all her
John Wasieleski "Wf1sie"
V, 2 ,X "A brainy boy."
Blair Wherry "Dutch"
'tllidden talents with a mirthful
Nick Suwak Hgwankye
"Little but mighty."
Joseph Thomas "Bud"
"Tall, silent, and serious."
Jacob Tomsic flaky"
Wilda Wilson "Billie"
Girl Reserves 1, 2. 3, 4: "'l"' Club
3, 4g Basketball 4: Gym lixhibi-
tion 2, 33 Home Economics 1, 2:
Home Economics Club 2.
"Crazy about baslcelballf'
Albert Wise "Fat"
"Absence makes the liearl grow
Jean Wolf "Wolf"
Basketball 1, 2, 4: Girls' Chorus
2g Gym Exhibition 2g Music Con-
test 25 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer lg May Day 2.
"One of WolfdaIe's charming girls."
Home Economies I, 2: Cafeteria
3, 4: Girl Reserves 4.
"Such beautiful eyes!"
Q N 1
Y H n lil!
H U n H us
If-fd -Hx A
A 1ljgMg'1- X
J oan Yorkin
Girl Reserves 1, 2, ll, 4: Go-lo-
College Club ll. 4: Gym Exhibition
2: May Day 2, Zig Junior Paper
Stall' Zig Librarian ll, 4: Classical
"Talenlefl, jollg, and gag."
"Tall and quiel."
Basketball 3, 4.
Gen e ra l
"A regular fellow!" -
"Some people do
n'l smile lllcy
Senior Class History
Conlinuezl from Page 23
So with William Roberts, Robert Gayvert, Betty Craig, and Sylvia Landrey to
lead us on with their guidance we were anxious to accomplish all that we could.
Among our achievements was the publication of the "Junior Crier". a school news-
magazine which was very successful. The proceeds went to our class treasury. At
the close of our third school term, it became necessary for us to leave for a little
while, but we did so with the hope of returning very soon, this time to set an exam-
ple for the rest and to continue on through our last year in our journey toward our
goal. After school this time we held a picnic at Sunset, again having an enjoyable
In the fall of 1936 we returned to Trinity for the last time as a class. Our num-
ber had now diminished to one hundred forty-one, but we started in with our cus-
tomary high spirits and high ambitions. Having Mr. Robert Wilson and Miss Camp-
bell as our class advisers, we realized the excellence and necessity of faculty coun-
sel. During this year we held three dances, two Senior Dances and the Commence-
ment Dance, the latter to be held just before the close of school. We selected as
our leaders: Daniel Brown, ltobcrt Gayvert. and Betty Craig.
Although our class had now decreased to one hundred thirty four, we must
strive onward, for wc have nearly reached our goal.
We do not know what the future holds for us, but we can hope with true sincerity
that, as we pass each milestone in life's journey, we shall have achieved just a little
more than before.
Of the old school upon the hill
To which we'll owe an unpaid bill.
To make our wayg to earn a name
Worthy to enter the Hall of Fame.
To end our glorious happy years
Alma Mater, we leave you with tears.
' Rudolph Chehovin "Rudy"
H1-Y 3: Class President 2, 33 F. F.
A. 1, 2. 3: Agricultural Council 2,
3. Secretary 23 Demonstration 2, 33
Olympus Staff 33 Junior Paper
Staff 35 Trinity Reporter Staff 3.
"A good sport."
' Anthony Spin "Tony" "Ace"
Class Vice President 3: Football
1: Basketball 2, Wrestling 21 Base-
ball 2, 3.
"He glides on the dance floor."
Frances Paul "Fran"
Girl Reserves l. 2: Librarian 3:
Class Secretary 3: .lunior Play 33
.lunior Paper Stall' 3: Basketball 3:
Gym Exhibition 1, 2: "T" Club 3.
"I-'ranees' thoughls are always of
Margaret L. Mazie "Marg"
Girl Reserves 3: Class Treasurer 3g
Librarian 3: Junior Paper Stall' 33
Gym Exhibition 1,
"She likes the Meadowlands Trio-
Junior Class History
Early in September of 1931, two hundred eighty four hashful Freshmen entered
the portals ot' Trinity Hi. Entering high school was a new experience for us, but
rather than pretend we didn't know thc ways ol' Trinity. we pretended we knew
it all and we must have looked very comic to the upper classmen.
Soon we settled down to our daily routine and in the second semester chose our
advisers, Miss Evelyn Thayer and Mr. David McClay. Our officers were: President.
llobert Morrison, Vice President, Milton XVilson3 Secretary, Carrie Wilson, Treas-
urer, Betty Dagg.
In April ol' that year we beld Olll' only class affair, the Freslnnen Class Party. A
good time was had by all
On a September day ol' 1935, the same backward boys and girls entered Trinity
again, but more expcricneedHand Sophomores now! Our number had now dimin-
Continued on Page 62 .
nf iw.. - A
Eula Mae Allison "Mae"
Home Economies I, 2: Cafeteria 3:
Cafeteria Club Il: Gym Exhibition
"Angels voices urc sofl and sweet."
Marion K. Anderson "Marry"'
Football and Basketball Manager
35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.
"Tha Thin Mun."
Anna Anesetti "Ann"
Music Contest l, 2, ll: Girls' Chorus
l, 2, 3g Go-to-College Club Il: "T"
Club 3, Junior Paper Staff 33 Gym
"A future opera star."
Edith Antonioli "Edie"
Girl Reserves 2, li: Junior Play 33
Sports Day l, 23 Gym Exhibition
Lydia Elizabeth Ashmore "Libby"
Gil'l Reserves Zig Librarian 33 Gym
".'lllva11s willing lo oblige."
Ruth Bailey "Ruthie"
Mary Jane Bainbridge "Janie"
llome Economics l, 21 Home lico-
nomics Cluh llg Cafeteria 253 Cafe-
teria Club 3.
"Just Iilce a Illillgtfffy
Lois Bainer "Rainer"
Home Economics l, 23 Stamp Club
Zig Junior Paper Staff Il.
"Has ll Irrsle for lllllfllfy
Richard Baker "Dick"
Band 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y lg Stamp Club
l, 2, 33 Home Room President 3:
.lunior Paper Stall' 33 Agriculture
Council 2, Zig Agriculture Demon-
stration 3g Agriculture Treasurer
"lVilling lo do his slmref'
Georgia Esther Barney
Girl Reserves 2, 3: May Day 23
Olympus Staff Il: Junior Paper Staff
Il: Classical Guild 23 Class Secre-
tary 2: Librarian 33 Home Room
President 34 Gym Exhibition 1, 2.
"Happy go Illelcyf'
V Doris Mae Barnickel "Doris"
Girl Reserves 2, 33 Cheerleader 2,
35 Gym Office 3: Reserve Basket,-
"Quick as ll flush!"
John Evan Bartley "Berdie
Zanesville High School l, 2: .lunio
Paper Stall' Il: .Iunior Play Il.
"Ile would be Il good Englislunulz.
Sophia Bartusick ,
Classical Guild 2: Gym lixliihitioj
23 Sports Day l, 2.
"Quiet, bul II good worker."
Alice Bazolli "Shorty
Girl Reserves lg Gym lixhibilio
l, 25 Home Economics l, 2.
"ll'1u1l ll girl!"
Stanley Bergosh "Stan
"Another seen bill no! l1e'1rrI."
Girls' Chorus 2, Ji: Gym Exhibi
CLASS of 1937
' ' CAl.lHVl'1l.L
Arthur Rorello -- "Art"
Boys' Chorus 33 Wrestling 2:
"lines he ever gel serious?"
Robert Roy Brown "Waldo"
-Classical Guild 23 Stamp Club 33
.iViee President 3: Hi-Y 1, 2, 83
.lunior Play Il: Olympus Statl' 33
-Junior Paper Stall' Il.
".-l yuozl luinmrlslf'
Viola Brown "Brownie"
Girls' Chorus 1: Girl Reserves 1.
"Baby of llle class."
Helen Burns "Honey"
Girl Reserves 1, 23 Junior Play 33
Home Economics 1, 23 Gym Exhibi-
2g May Day 1.
"S1uea'l as honey."
Della V. Caldwell
Home Economies l, 2, 3.
Howard K. Carter "Huck-Han"
Hi-Y 33 Stamp Club 1, 2, 33 ltille
Club 2, 33 Science Club lg Home
l Bind l 2 l
Room Treasurer Z:
Orchestra 2, 33 Footba
"lla-'s a friendly chap."
Harry Chappel, Jr.
Com mereia l
Band 2, lt: Orchestra 2, 3.
"Always in a hurry."
Home Economies 1, 2.
Com mercia I
"El'idf"'Hll she lwelienes in silence."
"lIe's rallzer slow al
' I 3 Band 1.
Hi-Y 2, Il: liovs' Chorus l
2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Football
l, 33 Science Club l.
"Music is his hobby."
Gerald Condit "Jerry"
F. F. A. 1, 2.
"Jian of fem words."
Margaret A. Cramer "Marge"
Girl Reserves 33 Gym Exhibition
2, 33 Girls' Chorus 33 Music Con-
"SI1e's happy l'llt'l'l1llllll'l'l'.n
Betty Dagg "Betz"
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. President lg
Class Treasurer 13 Librarian 33
Home Room Secretary,
33 Junior Paper Stall 33 Junior
Plav 33 Gvm Exhib
23 Sports Day 1, 2.
"Gone wilh the wind."
ition 1, 23
May Day 1,
Paul Day, Jr.
Crm M lan
Stamp Club 1, 2. ll: Science Club
13 Olympus Stalin 33 Junior Paper
Statl' 3: Junior Play Il:
bition lg Band l, 2: Orchestra 1,
"Anolher lzanflsmm- ladies' man."
Band 33 Tratlic Squad Il
"Always in a ynml lllllI10l'.,,
Florence M. Dunn
Girl Reserves l: Gym Exhibition
EXVING 1' 2'
"Why is she so quiet?"
Ionabell Earnest "Peg"
Home Economics l, 2.
"Who's her beifer half?"
Ralph Ellis "Flash"
Hi-Y l, 2, 3: Junior Paper Stall 3:
Olympus Stall' 3: Junior Play 3:
Cfheerleader 2, 3: Music 1: Baseball
l, 2: Basketball l, 2, 3.
"Our fulurc basketball slur."
Mary Ermacolf "Mamie"
Girl Reserves 3: Go-to-College
Club 3: "'l"' Club 2, 3: Home Eco-
nomies l, 2: Demonstration 'l'eam
l, 2: Junior Paper Editor 3: Girls'
Chorus l: Gym Exhibition 2.
' Betty Jane Ewing
DEVORE X General
DONAHOO ' Classical Guild l.
DORNHEINER ' "Lost wilhoul Betty Lewis."
Ethel W Fabian
Ferne Devore Academic
Girl Reserves 3: Go-to-College Club
3: Stamp Club 3: Classical Guild
2, 3, Secretary 3: Junior Paper
Stall' 3: Gym. Exhibition l, 2.
"Une of those bashful Juniors."
Girl Reserves l, 2, 3: Manager 3:
Junior Paper Staff 3.
"ll'hy did she quil?"
J. Lloyd Donahoo
Academic Rose Faiella C In I i 1
St. Cll 1, 2, 35 B: l l, 2, 3: "ll "VC 1'
f,,l221,,.au1', 2, 3. 'H' if...'oQ'i1ji..1 High School 1: Girl ne-
"CIarinei Kid." Wlfb ' ' . " y
"Chewing gum is her hobby.'
Mildred Dornberger Phyllis L. Fine "Phil"
C mefcifll Academic
Hmlle Room S0Cl'0l1U'Y IRICSGVVC Ilonora High School l, 2: Olympus
Basketball 3: Gym Exhibition 1, Sum- 3-
2: 'Iunim' Paper Staff 3' "A new member of our class."
"Can she play basl:elImll!",
Kyle Fuller "Pete"
lli-Y 1, 2, 3: Junior Paper Staff 3:
Olympus Stall' 3: Home Room Vice
President 3: Music lg Gym Exhibi-
' tion l.
G r11"r1o, A .
Gn'r'rm, R. '
William Garrettson "Grapenuts'
Hi-Y l, 2: Stalnp Club 1, 3: Rilla
Club 1, 3: .lunior Paper Stall' 3.
"Triuily's number one pesl."
Alice Jane Gettig "Dane'
Girl Reserves l, 2, 3: Go-lo-College
Club 3: Librarian 3: Junior Papel
Staff' 3: Junior Play 3: Rescrvx
Basketball l, 2: Gym Exhibition l
2: May Day 1, 2: Home Room Vic:
"Whom does she prefer?"
Richard Gettig "Dick'
Hi-Y l, 2, 3: F. F. A, I, 2: Foot-
ball l, 3.
"He is ll good semblance of a real
Charles Linn Gregg "Chuck'
Hi-Y l, -2: Olympus Stall 3: Junior
Paper Stall' 3: Trinity Reporter 3:
I". F. A. 2, 3.
"One of the Gregg boys."
:LASS ol 1937
1 HAINES, C.
Clyde Grimm "Grimmy"
Raymond E. Grim "Ray"
Trallie Squad 3.
"A good salesman."
Girl Reserves 1: Gym Exhibition
1, 2g May Day 1.
"She llUf"Sll'l like lo be leased."
Marie Theresa Guzzo
Girl Reserves 1, 2. 33 Go-to-College
Club 33 Girls' Chorus 13 Home
Economics 1, 2.
"Has ll pleasant disposilionf'
Junior Paper Staff 33 Baseball and
Football Manager 2, 33 Gym Ex-
Carl V. Haines
Sarah Haines "Sally"
Classical Guild 2, 33 Stamp Club
33 Junior Paper Stall' 33 .Iunior
Play 33 Gym Exhibition.
".-lnollzer slndious Junior."
Robert Hall "Bob"
"Always on Ihr' gn."
Nellie D. Hart
Home Economies 1, 3, Treasurer 33
Girls' Chorus 33 Gym Exhibition
Lloyd R. Hartley "Bud"
uS0lIl8lUhlIf of Il yenllenmnf'
Anna M. Hartsell "Ann"
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Junior Play
3: Junior Paper Stall' 33 Gym Ex-
"Small but migl1Iy."
James Heatley "Jim"
Hi-Y 1, 23 Basketball 2. 33 Foot-
ball 33 Football Manager 2.
"Fulnre baskelball star."
Frank J. Hendricks
"He's a litllc langue-tied."
Ruth E. Henderson "Ruthie"
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Junior Paper
Stall' 33 May llay 13 Gym Exhibi-
tion 1, 2g Office Manager 3.
"One of lhe gang."
Olive Louise Hinerman
Girl lteserves 33 Girls' Chorus 2, 33
Music 1. 2, il: Holne Economics 33
Home Economies Club 3, Presi-
"A true friend."
Harry M. Hudak "Hudak"
Music lg Gym Exhibition 2.
"He flrzllers Ihr' girls."
Virginia Hurley "Ginny"
Girl lteserres 1, 2: Holne Economics
1, 23 Gym Exhibition I, 23 May
"Her hands are like w11.z:."
Eli Janovich "Red"
F. F. A, 1, 2, 3. 4.
"lVhal's flu' ll1ir1l f1lll'Sll0l1?ll
Ruth Jones l HJonseyn
Girl llcscrvcs l, 2, 3: Gym Exhibi-
tion 1, 23 May Day 1.
"A good frieml lo h!lI7t'.H
Marian Johnson "Meri"
Girl Reserves 1, 2, ll: Home Eco-
nomics 1, 23 Gyln Exhibition 2, 3.
"ls her Ienipcr IIS fiery as her hair?"
Russell W. Justin
NVQ-st Technical lligh School: XVcst
High School 2g Wrestling 2.
"He 1'an'i make up his mind where
lu' wants io go lo school."
Stella Marie Kendall
Home Economics I, 21 Cafeteria 33
Cafeteria Club Zig Girls' Chorus ll.
"S1un1' llllll sl1c'll lzccolne ll lI7!lllI'CSS.,,
Irene Kinder "Skeeter"
Music 1, 2, 3.
"A youd talker."
Myrtle Kinder "Myrt"
"T" Club 3: llaml l, 2, Ii: Orchestra
1. 2, Zig Gym Exhibition 23 Home
Economics l, 23 Cafeteria Zig Cafe-
teria Club Ii.
"Will slze be ll musician?"
William Kerns "Bill"
Canton High School lg F. F. A.
"Ile uses flI'llll'l'U for l'hl'llllllg-gllIIl.H
Edward Krafchek "Ed"
Boys' Chorus Ji.
"A brainy chap if lie studied."
John Laharnar "Sheepie"
".llr. 1fl'llt16ll,S pei."
Girl Reserves 2, 3: Gym Exhibi-
tion l, 23 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3.
"She lilies frm."
Agricultural Council 2, 3.
"lIe's our famous sheep raiser."
Wendall W. Lee "Windy
Basketball 3: Gym Exhibition 2
"A Iranian loucl-speaker."
Elizabeth M. Lewis "Betty
Classical Guild 33 Junior Play 3
Girls' Chorus 2g Gym Exllibitio
N,-lllU!ll1S milh lielly l'I111ing."
Russell Wilson Luellen
Hi-Y l, 2: Junior Play Zig Drur
Major 3, Gym Exhibition 1.
"lle's our INIIIIISIIIIH' llflllll-lllllfllf.
Delmar Martin "Martin
F. F. A. l, 2, Il, Boys' Chorus l, 2
"A regular fellow."
M c A LISTEN
J. Stewart Mc-Alister
. v 1 w .
. .- 1. U I .
HI-X .lg Stamp Cluh .l, Band 1, 2.
l Oulicstiil 2 3 lld
Il, Vice President Il:
Il: .lunior Play 33
"An cnrccllcnl aclorf'
Mary Jean McClain
Girl lleservcs 2, 3: Home Economics
, , . . . .
I. 21 Latctcria .lg Librarian Zig Gym
Exhibition 1, 2.
Classical Guild 2, Il: Girls' Chorus
Zi: Gym Exhibition 1, 2.
"Always has a fminkle in her eye."
Harry A. McCullough
Band 2, 3.
Eugene McDaid usllllln
Boys' Chorus l, 2, 3.
"Ile can also sing."
Mildred McClelland "Midge"
XVayneshurg lligh School: Girl
llescrves 2, 3.
"Can she laik!"
Donald E. McKahan "Bud"
lli-Y l. 2: llillc Clnh 2, Il.
"The unlsnown genius."
Mabel Caroline McVay "Mabel"
Girl Reserves 3: Home Economics
1, 2: Girls' Chorus I, 2, Sl.
"Playing llw piano is her pasIinu'."
Thomas J. Merritt "Deacon" MORRIS
Football l, 2, Il: Boxing ll. MOUNTS, D
"A Salurflay Kniylllf' Nl0llN'l'S, M.
, , Robert Morrison "Bob"
John J. Mllavec "Miller" Cmnmcrcial
Cfllnmfwilll Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Class President 12
Hi-Y 3: Cl1lSSil'4ll Guild 2- Junior Paper Stall' 3: Gym Iixhihi-
"He could on!-lallc a woman." tion 1.
"Good flag, Sir."
Robert T. Mitchell "Bob" Dorothy I. Mounts "DOI"
F. F. A. 1, 2: Home Room Presi-
Ray E. Montgomery
F. F. A. l. 2, 3.
"A second Bob Burns."
William Morris "Reverend"
Gym Exhibition 1.
"Do you have your history?"
i 41 l
Blaine High School 1, 2.
"A pleasant disposilionf'
ufuontyo Taylorstown High School
Home Economics l, 2.
M imma i
Ruth Mounts "Shorty"
Blaine High School 1, 2.
"His inlelliyenrc will bring him
Marie 'Mrkvar "Mitzi"
' ' Commercial
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Home Eco-
nomics 1, 2: Gym Exhibition 1:
May Day 1, 2.
-"The 'Zasu Pitts' of the class."
Hugh M. Munce
Hi-Y 35 Classical Guild 2.
"ll'ilIiny and olrliyinyf'
Carl M. Nawoj "Nay"
Hi-Y 2, 33 Football Manager 35
Baseball 23 Basketball 3,
"Popular gI'llil!'lIl!lIl at rlmu-es."
Dan 0fBrien "Buck"
"ls he here today?"
"Never says ll word."
Margaret A. Paraska "Pedgy""
Girl Reserves 2, 3g "'l"' Club 3:
Go-to-College Club Il: .lunior Paper
Staff 3: Basketball 2, il: Gym Ex-
hibition 1, 2: Sports Day 23 Girls'
Chorus 1, 2.
"A sure ringer at basketball."
Mary Jane Parrino "Parrina"
Girl Reserves 3: Go-to-College
Club 33 Junior Paper Staff 3:
Basketball 33 Sports Day 1, 2: Gym
Exhibition 1, 2.
'til-'hy lines Mary get sleepy so
Francis L. Peterson' "Pete"
Hi-Y 33 Home Room Vice Presi-
dent flg Stamp Club 2, 33 Science
Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1,
2, 3g Boys' Chorus 3.
"Jael: of all trmlesf'
F. F. A. 1, 2.
"Cool as a cucumber."
Victor J. Plizga "Joe-Joe
F. F. A. 1.
"Why doesn't lie grow?"
Albert Plymire "Ab
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
"Just get him started."
Iva Plymire Q '
Home Economies 1. 2.
"She's H shy girl."
Wilma R. Ralston
Girl Reserves 3: Junior Paper Sta
3g Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 Gym Ex
"Sl1e's ll good sales lady."
CLASS of T937
Ophelia Reed "Fen"
Gym Exhibition 2.
Edward Roberts, Jr. - "Ed"
Ili-Y l. 2, President I: Varsity
Club 2: F. F. A. 2. 3: Manager 2.
"Ile likes clenilrnenlf'
Betty June Roche "Betz"
' Girl Reserves l, 2. 3, Secretary 1,
' 2. Vice President Il: Go-to-College
Club Il: Olympus Staff 3: .Iunior
Paper Strll' 3: Librarian 33 May
Day 2: Gym Exhibition l, 2.
"A good helping l1111ui."
John L. Roche "Johnny"
lli-Y 1, 2, Il: Agricultural Council
2, Il: Class Treasurer 2: Home
lloom 'Treasurer 3: Project winner
, . .
"Iliff lo Hu' women."
Frank Rhorbacher "Frankie"
Wrestling 2: Junior Paper Stall' Il.
"A good uvresIIcr."
Pearl Ross "Kitty"
Cecil High School l. 2.
"Anolher new lIll'llllH'I' of lhe .Iunior
Pearl Poss "Kitty',
Home Economics l. 2.
"She lilies n1iscllief."
Ada Evelyn Ruse "Adu"
East XVashingtou lligh School 1:
Junior Paper Stall' Il: Home lico-
nomic Club 3.
"Quiet buf attentive."
llille Club 3.
"Are you Donald or Denver?"
Donald Doyle Sayre
llille Club 3.
"Is your brolher here today?"
Margaret Jean Schan
Girl lleserves 1, 2, 33 Junior Paper
Stafl' 3: Junior Play El: May Day
1, 2: Sports Day 1, 2: Gym lixhibi-
tion l, 2: Basketball 3.
"ll'e can hear her before we see her."
Girl Reserves 3: Stamp Club 3:
Home Economics 1, 2: Home Eco-
nomics Club 3: Gym Exhibition 1.
"Whul's her lIfll'lll'ii0Il ul Parochial?"
Girl Reserves 1: Gym Exhibition
1, 2: Girls' Chorus 2.
"Short and sweet."
Sarnia, D. ll
Virginia Shrontz "Jinner"
Home liconomics 1, 2: Cafeteria Il:
Cafeteria Club Il: Music I: Gym Ex-
hibition I. 2.
"ll'lmI's the menu lotion?"
Home lioom Secretary Il.
"Our plolinum l1Ion4Ic."
Louise Marie Sieracki t.
Home Economics 1. 2: Sports Day
1: Gym Exhibition l.
"Hourly ol basl:eIhnII."
S M :TH
Emma Jane Smiley
Gym Exhibition 2.
"She's tl good messenger girl."
"Slow but sure."
Alene Louise Smith
Girl lleserves l, 23 Girls' Chorus 1, ill.-lYI.tlll
23 Gym Exhibition 1, 2.
"Her interests ure ontsirle of Trin-
Woodrow Sowers "Woody"
nI1fIlI7'S morrierl life, ll'omlg?"
Mildred Spragg "Dynamite"
Cleveland High School 23 Girl Ile-
serves l, 33 May Day l.
"She lilies Clf'I7E'lllll!l.U
Marguerite Sprowls "Marg"
East lVashington High School 13
Gil'I Reserves 33 Home Economic 2,
33 .lunior Play 3: Girls' Chorus 2.
"Bothing-Ifeulztg of lhe Junior Class"
Home Economics 1, 2.
Alberta Stoner "Midge"
Girl Reserves l, 2, 3: 'treasurer 1:
Home Economies 3g Cat'eteria 33
Basketball 2, 33 May Day 23 Sports
Day 23 Gym Exhibition 2.
"She has all the symptoms of good
Bernard Swart "Bee"
Hi-Y 1, 2.
"Does he propose to all the girls?"
Home Economics 1, 2: Sports Day
23 Gym Exhibition 1, 2.
Ruth L. Taylor
"A sweet smile."
Ray Tennant "Chum"
"His freckles are attractive."
Gertrude Teyssier "Trudi'
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Classica'
Guild 2, 33 Science Club lg Go-to-
College Club 33 "'l"' Club 33 Li-
brarian 2, ll: .lunior Play 33 Mag
Day 1, 23 Gym Exhibition 1, 2:
Junior Paper Staff 3.
"l"l't'llt?I'l1'll ! l l l "
Albert H. Tyler "Smokey"
"IJueI:, hogs! Here eonws .llr. Wil-
Iletty Ullom "Betsey'
Girl Reserves lg Home lloom Treas-
urer 3g Junior Play 33 Gym Exhi-
Mary Ann Vanek
Go-to-College Club 33 Home Eco-
nomics 1, 23 Junior Paper Stafl' 3.
"A good friend for any one to have."
Carl Whipple "Major"
Edward Walker, J
. 1 .
"Jlr. Ross's grrulv
- Randall Ward
"Seen lml 1
Rifle Club 35
Ulluppg lo line."
"She run ensilg mulce A's."
Hi-Y l. 2. 3: Junior Pa
"Ten o'elm'l: svlzolnrf'
"Ile likes lo argue.
Junior Play Il: .lunl
l. l. A. 1, 2, J.
2, 33 Treasurer 31
Vice President Ii:
or Paper Stall .l.
Band 1. 3
per Staff 3.
Coin ine reia I
"Ile sugs girls ure his lmblzgf'
Oscar Whitfield "Wl1ilHe"
"lle's ll f'l'llUlll'l'.H
Bessie Wiecheck "Bee"
Girl lleserves 2, Il: Gvm Exhibi-
"ll'lml llllll.'1'S lzer giggle so?"
Girl llc-serves L. 2, Il: Go-to-College
' Club Il: Classical Guild 2, 33 Class
lg Home llooin Secretary
33 Junior Paper Stall' 33 Home lico-
noinivs 33 Home Economies Club 3,
Prcsirlenl Il: Girls' Demonstration
"I lmm' lu Slllllllfl
John Yosinski "Yush"
Boys' Chorus 2. Il. A
Virginia Zoeller "Ginner"
Washington High School lg Girl
Reserves Zig Go-to-College Club ll:
Home Hconmnics 2, 3: Home Eco-
nomics Club 3: Cafeteria 3.
"Virginia gels ll lol ofifnjngnzenl ou!
Sophomore Class History
In very l'ew words Iqlll going to toll
Why thc Sophoinores have done so well.
With hearts sincere and words so wise
Miss Zcdiker and Mr. Biory our class advise.
Our Ag. hoys have made a name
And to Trinity High have brought much tann-
For when they went to our Capitol town
Smith, Kt'llilIlltJlltl and Spiegel brought thc prizes down.
Our athletes Urso, Marra and Biss
Have brought to our school nluch added hliss.
Ol' Harris and Talarico, too, wc'rc proud,
When praise, they'd win, from thc cheering
We say when the Iinal curtain drops
As a clever reader Eleanor is "tops".
Many ot' our nuniher have furnishted glee
As they sang in the chorus for you and mc-.
As all ot' us know how to play
We made our dances and parties gay.
With bright decorations and orchestra loud
The Sophomorcs were sure ol' drawing a crowd.
Ol' course wc-'re good in our class work,
Principally because we did not shirk.
So right to the top wc're sure to go
For, that's why we are hero, you know.
.Mlri:in, Amlrcws, .Xl'IllSll'llllg, Aslnnnrc, liner, linlwr, linrlmur, liairruws, lin-llinu, Ilen-
ncll, lla-lun. liuf, lluylu, Iiricc. Cul'llm1-M.. il1ll'llUll N.. Hunk, llnvimlsun, llnvis. Daly. lk'-
ll1ll'Illil. llclmsl, lk-vclilicy, lk-yell, llnmllmlsun-l.. llunalclscm fli,, lJl'ug:nn, lillis, lily, l":u'lcy.
l"in'ml, Fulton, Gnrhinski, Guns, Giccek, Gogu, Gulubowsky, Goode, Grummick, Grzy-
lmwski Grzylmwski-S.. Gnthric, llzlglw, llilllllllllllfli., Hzuniltun-ll., llcrccg, llcrvnl,
lluom-r, llout. llrilmul, llunl, llupp, .lordun, lizlulfclil, Kelley, liuciun. LL-lniiula, Lcinnmn,
l.1.-sim, Lewis, Lucknmn, lllzwlm. Marlin, Mairtillcllock, Mcliriclc, lllcllailinunl, ML-Culluugh.
lNlcGovcl'n. Mclianlmn, Milzivuc. Millcr. Milhoun. Moningcr, Morris, Mounts-fli., Mounts-li.,
Nicaislru, l,1llIllL'l'. l,llSl0l'Cll1llli'AlJ., l,ilSll.'l'l'lllllli'M., l'uttci'sml, Pcarrl, Pm-nn, llI'L'llllli, Rankin,
liuiclicri, llcynnlcls, Riggilis, llisliin, lluclic, lluux, Rush, S1llllllll.'l'S, Seal, Sllruntz, Skngun.
Smith, Spvncc. Ste-wzn'i--li., Stn-wan'l-ll., Slulcr. Sutu, 'l'lnnnpsm1. 'l'umzuzin. llrlxunik.
Vanlcnsun, Vainkirlv- lh-ily, Vuiikirk-lioity lhltll, XV:n'clfll,. XV:u'cl' M.
Allvn, Allison, Allsupp, .'Xmli'ud::s. Amlrews, Applcy, lllllSL'l', llnnilvlcl, ll:u'kcr. Ilan'-
ringcr. lic.-lmui, lin-Il, liiglor, liiss, limlnair. Iiranrll, Iirycn. linrclmk, Burk, Cailazlwu, Calli,
llu1'ncr, Clicrpuk, Cornell. Craig, Ci'uwI'ul'cl, Crcc, Cronin, ilrnshic, Czzulankiuwicz, llcpruslsy,
llcsnwml. lJv:tll'ich, l,l'1lllClU.'I', lluskcy, llyc, l"cdoi', Gamble, Guchcllwckn-l', Guwcrn, Gru-
llillll!l':., Gl'Zll1llIll-F., Gruncy, Hamilton, llurris, llurllm-y, Huught, Horne, Hupp, lsimingcr,
Jenkins, Johnston, Knpis. Kenumoml, Kozol, Krall, Krizay, Lzxcock, I.ckwni't, Likair, Lutvs,
Murrai, Martin, llllL'Cl0Illltll1lll. lNlcCullougl14l"., NcCullo11gll-XV., lxlCGlIXX'Zll1, McQu:ulc. Mvlwiil,
Miller, Mmitguim-ry. Moore, Morris, Murphy, Pearl. Pcos. Perry. Pctlncli. Pliillips--ll.,
Pliillips-l"., Piuclinik, Podlmy, l'm'lur, 1051. Potupisliin, l'rng:1r, l'i'nv:nncv, Rawlings,
llvnlm, llidnsli. llosnmn. Ross. Slmwinski, Slmnlinsky, Slwaulmlii, Smith. Spicgvl, Sicvcnsuli,
Slcwurt. Stoppcrich, Stulcr, Sulnncy, Sw:1i'tsfegcl', 'l'ullzn'icu, 'l'lnnnpsnn, 'l'mnsiu, l'rsu.
XVui'cl-VID., xvilI'Kl-Ll.. XVUZIVCI'-CllI'0l. XVOIIVCI'-ClZllI'U.
l 47 l
Freshman Class History
On August 31, 1936, a very frightened group ot' boys and girls ap-
peared in the gymnasium ol' Trinity Hi school. Finally they conquered
their fears of the upper classnlcn and settled down to work.
The Freshmen have responded to athletics, musical events, and
current activities, and have acquired the Trinity spirit in a very com-
On February 9, we held our tirst class meeting and were fortunate in
securing Mr. E. V. Ross and Miss Amelia Jones for class advisers. We
held our Freshman party April 22 at which we became better acquainted.
We are sure that we will try to make Trinity Hi School proud of its
Asbury. linlu-l', lluruiclwl, llurrult, li2lI'illSll'li, liuync. llcnucll. liluuk, lllxnclilrursl
llluzic, lluruwslii, ll0llL'llL'l', Ilrzullcy, llridgcs, llrucc-lf., llruccf-W., Caldwell, Camplrcll
Carter, Clmtumrr, Clrcsuic, Clmntus, Clemens, Cole, Cuuk, Cruwfm-cl. Criswcll. Cl'lPllk'll
lluvidsuu, Davis, Huy--ll., Day-.l., lin-Mark, lk-NVitic, lll'lllillllL'll, llurlmiu, lluskuy, lily
l"uzzul:1rc, llilrsnu, fiilIlllDl'0, Glcusuu-lflurcm'c, filL'ilSUll4l"I'1lIlL'L'?i, Grznlrzuu, Gruv, Green
Gslriusky. Gurney, llurtscll. lloruc. llull, Hultuu, llupp, .lcll'n-rs, Jennings, .lum-s, liumivn
ski, li:u1l'l'clcl. licllcrmzur, licpics, licruu, licrr, Kimmius, King, Kncstrick, Knight, lim-lrlvl'
lir:lfclr1:k. Leu, Lewis. Llcwvllyn. Lnlringcr, Lutcs, Illauclrucck, Murlmw, Murslr, Martin
Mzlvriclr, Mdlullum, Mcliury, Mclicu, McMillan, Illiklic, Mikuta, Miller-A., Miller-li.. Mil-
lvr-G., Millcr,-XV., Milclwll-'.l., Milcllcll-M., AlllIlig1llll0l'y, Morris, Mowl, Mrkvur, Mucllcr'
NL-lsnn. 0'liryun, Uliugur, Owens, Pucynu, l,ill'S0llS, Pzlsicrbck, P:1tlcl'smr, Pellicy, Penn
lllutt, l'm'tn, Pratt. lluvuivn. lluclrl-l., llvrlml S., llccr-20. RL-ich, liClllllL'I', lloaclr, llublv, llus
ing, llullr, Sulori, Simms-ll., Simms-ll., Smilh, Sprowls, Stcnlmuse, Slulur, Surnnvy
'l'ulrucl'. 'l'urr, 'l'ursiu, 'l'lmmpsuu. Truhzl, XYUFIIUII, XVulclygu, XVull1-rs, NVQ-uYcl', XVL-lslr, NYil
Irollu, XVinsvck, XVrigl1l, Young, Zuft, Zurulmruwsliy, Ziulm, Zitlm.
.lll1lL'I'S4Ill' li., .llrrlclwmrr-li., Arcut, llillIllll'lllQ.fL', lf1llIlL'l', llill'Ilil'lil'l, llclmul, licsscrk
hiss, llrzullcy, llrucli, liruwnlcc, lll'llllllllg.Q0. llucllcli, Czllulrm, Caldwell. Calc, Curvy, llznrumu
l1l1ur'ru-sky, CllI'lSilll1lII. Cl0llIL'llS, Clutter' C., Clultcr-G.. Comlit, Cook, Coullvr, flux, Craig
llruslmic, Crumriuc, Dany-A., Day-ll., Dc'l'cmpIc, llcvorc, llisnmru, llolcuc, Duff, Dugan
lluun, Iillwmmd, lfnzzoluri, l"crlcrull', l"0l'gllSHll, lfcrlm, lfurlicli, Vullecns, lfrannc, Guirlu
Gurlo, llorlry, fi0XYOl'Il., Grolrcy, llawguu-li., Hilgllllr-I., Hllllglli, llcmllvy, llUli1,.fL'IlS, llulmcs
llmmli, llurluy, lsinriugvr, .lzulrmwir-lr, -IOIIIISUII, KL-ru, limlncli, liL'llllL'I', l,L-rch, l,uslmx'ic
lAlllQ'lllIl2lII, lmwcry, Main, lllulunc, lllunfrcrli, Mzinun, luillilllfs., lllurliu-NV., Mchluurs
Mcllrimlc, lXlcCul'rl. Mcliulruu, Ilh-Qllzxrlc. Illcclrlings-lluy, llln-mlclilrgr,-Iluy, Mikus-J., Illikus-S.
Murrow, Mnliclm, lllull, Mycrs, NL-lun, NL-wma-u, 0'llrion, l,ilI'1lSli2l, Pzltrick, Pullisun
Phillips, Poulun, llurlcr, Pratt. Prigg, llrogzlr, llcivlr. llc-nuviclr, lliclrmoucl, llullwll.
Roth-ll.. lluupc, llusccllo, Sulslmurry Sclrwurrolwutcrr, Sl'1llllilll"l':.,, SUHIIIZIII-ll., Scnkinc
Svsll. Shuuk, Sim, Smiley, Smith, Snyder, Sulrzlusky, Swullic, Swilrurt, Th!!lllllSlDIl"liL'll0L't'il
TlllllllllS1lll-R0f.fL'I'. TllUlllllSllllfxV., 'l'ul:1ud. 'l'wul'dy. l'rlmnik, Urso, Uscllnn, X70l'llL'I', Vu1.:'0l
Vraln-l, XVl'ilill, XV:ltson. XVC1lVCl'fFl'CIl, xVCilV0l'fl"I'Cll, VVL-lls, XVilliams, Xvilfillll-ll., XVil-
suu-XV., Wiusccli, Wisu, NVitlrruw, Wulf, XVuml, Zn-noni, Zrimskvk.
l 49 I
If Absent in body but present in spirit
E. Vaughn Ross,
Secretary - V'
I Classes of 1935-1936
Since the Alumni Section this year is devoted to the classes ot' 1935 and 1936, it
was necessary to do some extra work to obtain information concerning the graduates.
We want to thank all ot' the former students for their support in replying to our
inquiry, which has helped to make the Alumni Section a success. In the future we
hope to make a greater improvement.
A majority ot' the graduates ot' these two classes either are going to college or
are employed in various industries. Those attending Penn State Commercial Col-
lege are: Carl Kwaezek, Arthur Landrey, Joe Tomsic, Mary Hazlctt, Keith Bigler,
Margaret Ross. Charles Razok, Alice Ferguson, Cleo Gray, Edith Dague, Flora Cros-
bie, and Louis Cimino. Five are going to Waynesburg College: Robert Swart, Etta
Mong, Boyd Keys, ltuth Mounts and Dominic Mancini. The following are enrolled
in W. 8 .l. College: Myrl Stulcr, Frank Biss, Matteson Bash, Edward Adams, Charles
lliggins, and Thomas Ellwood. Richard Allsopp is attending the University ot' Pitts-
burgh. Dorothy Martin is going to California State Teachers College, and Lena ltungo
to Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa. Sara Zediker and Jennie Ferralli are attend-
ing Washington Seminary. Louise LeNassi is enrolled at Thiel College, While Chris-
tine Podlmoy and Jolm Pedicord are attending Grove City College. Albert Wilson has
deserted our fair city to enroll at the University ot' Southern California in Los Angeles.
Jeaniva Allison and Josephine Watson are taking a beauty course at Pittsburgh.
Donald Ralston is attending Wooster College. in Wooster, Uhio, and Glenn Harvey
is enrolled at Missionary Institute in Nyack, N. Y.
Donald Blake is attending a Badio Enggineering School in Pittsburgh. Addi-
son Smiley is taking a course in Diesel Engines in Detroit, Michigan.
Three of the girls are training for l1llI'SCSI Thelma Lueosky. in the VVashing-
ton Hospital, Evelyn Knestrlck, in Cook's Hospital, Fairmont, NV. Va., and Eleanor
Schimmel in Canonsburg Hospital.
Many of the graduates have been fortunate enough to obtain jobs. Those work-
ing at one of the three Hazel-Atlas plants are: Wilda Clayton, Edna Crumrinc.
Emma Baer, .Ioanne Clllllllll, Mary Clark, Hazel Crowe, Frances Devenney, Harold
Hunnell, David McCombs, Arthur Hart, Mary Bartusick, Eva Mae Charlton, VVilliam
Heatley, .lolm Mosier, Frank Sobansky, Floyd Peterson, Brooks Beynolds, Kenneth
Truby, Charles Alcxy, Marjorie McAllister, Helen Mrkvar, Eugene Thompson, and Eva
Lou lliginbotham. Dominic Bellino, Lawrence Zanolli, Louis Oliver, Salnuel Mazzie.
and Edward VVright are working at the Jessop Steel. Martha VVeirick is a sten-
ographer in the otlice of Jessop Steel. and Harriet Scott is elnployed in the ollice ol'
the Molybdenum Corporation. Doris Sten is Secretary to Dr. McDonough, M. D..
Vtlashington Trust Building.
Lawrence Cooper is Assistant Chemist in the Jessop Steel. Helen Deprosky is
working at Tygart Valley Glass Company. Bay VVeaver is employed at the VVashing-
ton Tin Plate.
Margaret Brown and Buth Brown are telephone operators in Washington. Jessie
Craig is working in Boyer's Grocery Store. Ann MeNatch is elnployed at Patterson
and Bobins General Store, and Joseph Drenick is working at the Dairy Store in Can-
onsburg. Paul Day is an attendant at Texaco Service Station. Kenneth Hager and
Pele Ferralli are employed at the Duncan Miller Glass Company, Helen Bonham. at
the Dollar Store, Ethel Dagg, Betty Marlin, Helen Hartzell, Louise Bonnell. and
Evelyn Walters, at Murphy's. Tony Tomazin is workingat Guy VVoodward's Garage.
lIa1'old Ward has undertaken the task of being a superb salesman. Kenneth Bayles
is now an usher at the State Theatre. VVilbur Hager is employed at VVarrick's green-
The following' are working in a coal mine: George Ermaeotf, Grover Mikesetl,
Frank Watassek, George Golubowsky, John Chunderlik,and HenryMcCartney. The
temporary farmers include James Day, Edmund VVylie, John Creighton. and Harry
Dunn. Mathew Dykstra is employed at Whitinsville, Massachusetts. Mary Draku-
lich is waitress in a restaurant, and Mike Zubenko is a waiter in a Canonsburg res-
taurant. Edward Kern and Cha1'les Wood clailn the profession of clerks, and Donald
McCartney is clerk at Gaido Brothers' in Meadowlands. Charles Skrabski isa machin-
ist at the Carnegie Illinois Steel Corporation, at llolnestead, Pa.
A few have joined the list of truck drivers. These are: VVilliam Howden, Victor
Pelernell, VVilliam Carpen. and Clarence Ewing. Fannie and Nick Kutz have moved
to Detroit. Michigan. Vera Larkin, Grace Barrett, and Anna Paraska are doing house-
work. Edward Navoj is working in a steel mill in Detroit, and Patsy Guzzo is also
employed there. John Zitko is Deputy Collector of Internal Bevenue. Jolm Frazee
is employed at the Telephone Co. i
Robert Ganier has gained the position of Assistant Manager of the Kennedy Cut
Bale Drug Store on Jefferson Avenue. Bill McCrerey is employed at S. A. Meyer's
Jewelry Store. Charleroi, Pa., and Parker llootman is an orderly in the Washington
Muriel Horner is giving piano lessons, while Buth Hazlett is continuing her music
study at home.
Those staying at home when our information was obtained are: Jack Baker.
Helena Bellino, Lydia Bigler, Eleanor Brice, Dorothy Hart, Jean McClenathan, Frances
Jolmson, Dolores Seiler, Buth Berry, Betty Jane Brice. Naomi McCoy, llelen Paraska,
Julia Day, Margaret Hunter, Stanley Sams, Donald Morrison, Henrietta Garbinski,
Monica Jacob and Anthony Veltre.
Many of our former classmates have already reached the altar. These are: Martha
Keys and Frank Beynolds. who are living in Detroit where Frank is elnptoyed in the
steel mills: Mildred Newland and Bill Weirich: Mary Helen Allison and J. D. Smith:
Elizabeth Dragan and Bob Franksg Florence Phillips and Glenn McAdamsg Edward
VVright and Helen Podboyg Lenore Elliott and Boy Hart, Carl Cooper and Martha
Mankeyg and Betty Horn and Woodrow Sowers.
We have been unable to obtain information concerning the rest ot' the Classes ol
1935 and 1936. We hope that through this Alumni Section many will learn of their
former classmates' whereabouts and will give us their Sllllll0l'l again next year.
---Am 1.1215 li1svNo1.os
. ..... . Q., .... . w,.....?.,........,::....
X . ..
A .f f . X ' - 0 -
- X...N..NX . .N,.N,N,. ..xx. . ...NN .,.s . N... ..x. . .Qx,.mN,..M,QM N
v ' s
...,....x.,x.......w..9 x.N.x X www .xNxN, N A-
- K lx
Play up, play up, and play the game
-Sm HENRY NEWBOL1'
I f :TX
It is the easiest thing in the world to support a team that wins every
game, but when one is called upon lo support a team that enters every
game with all the odds against it, one needs, must ha vc plenty ol' patience
and courage. This was the position Trinity's group of boys faced this
year. However. such a line spirit of loyalty and endeavor was shown
by the members of the tealn that the defeats they suf't'ered were ot' minor
importance to their loyal supporters. lnexperienee and lightness proved
such a handicap to the boys that they 'were defeated in every game but
the one with Clark lligh School.
Graduation will again take many' of the members of the team, hut
the reserves tll'6 waiting to prove their ability. Mr. Biery, the coach,
was assisted by Mr. Moore.
Those who will graduate this spring are: Co-Captains, ltoberts and
Brown, Bevec, Tomsie, Belotte, Ferguson, Anderson, Kuntz, Martin, and
ee Dono'rnv DM'
1936 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Trinity ..... tl XVashington ....... ... 28
Trinity .. ll Georges Township
Trinity .. 2 linrgettstown ..... ..
Trinity ., tl Monongahela ..
Trinity .. 25 Clark ..... . .
Trinity .. tl Braddock .. ..
Trinity .. ti Canonshnrg ,...
Trinity .. ti New Brighton ...
Under the excellent eoaching of Mr. Moore, the boys' haskethall team won fourteen
games and lost but six. livery hoy on the team is to he congratulated for his line playing
and his support that made this successful season possible. The fact that Mr. Moore was
a newcomer did not seem to trouble any of the boys. Co-operation on the lloor contrib-
uted greatly to the successful season.
The varsity took second place in the Washington County Tournament. They defeated
Canonsburg and East Bethlehem, hut lost the third game with Charleroi by only two
points. These games were exciting and very close.
Tlie reserve team consisted ot' the following hoys: Carl Nawoj, .loe Urso, ltalph lillis,
Steve Ridosh, George Marra, Tony Spin, Pat Malone, Blair Ferguson, L. Smith, .lames
Heatley. The team had a successful season and pulled the higgest upset ot' the season
when they heat XVashington High School lteserves by the score ot' I7 to ltl. All thc
boys hope to make the Varsity squad this coming years. The lteserve team won eleven
out of fifteen games, losing one game to YVashington High School, XVayneshurg,g, and
two games to Canonshurg. Later in the season, the Reserve team was strengthened hy
the addition of John ltoehe and Bud Phillips to the squad. Nawoj and Urso having
a little action in varsity games this last season, the Reserves hope to make as good a
record, it' not a hetter record, next year.
"A task well begun is a task well done," seemed to Ire the motto ot' the girls' basket-
hall squad when they started their sueeessful eampaign this season. Out of ten regular
games played during the season. only one tie-game and one defeat keeps the reeord
from being perfeet.
The girls played exeeptionally line haskethall this season ami displayed a spirit ot'
true sportsmanship at all times. Mary Cimino, a Senior memher ot' the team, was
handicapped by an injured knee for part ot' the season.
This year Trinity participated in the A. M. A. Tournament and defeated St. Georges
and liurgettstown hut was eliminated in the semi-iinals hy West Newton. Miss liihlinger
was often eomplimented hy ottieials. eoaehes. and reporters upon the skill and sports-
manship ot' the girls.
The following members ot' the varsity will graduate this spring: .lane l.awrenee,
ltelty Craig, Thelma Dornherger, Ariel lillwood, Lois Meliahan, Mary Cilnino, lidla llager,
Sara Melllenethan, Louise lliston. Wilda NVison, and .lean lVolf.
M a n a g e r s
The managers are the "stooges" ot' the athletie teams. They must antieipate the
wants and needs ol' the players and eo-operate with and assist the eoaehes. They are
plaeed in charge ot' the dressing rooms and assulne responsibility for dispensing and
eolleeting athletic equipment,
The Illllll2lgCl'S this year are: Marjorie Post, Betty llagg, lietty Mellride. Palsy Alllll-
fredi, and Marion Anderson.
The baseball lealn had a rather dittieull schedule but they came through with a fail
record after tying Wash lligh, and winning games from East Washington, XVaynesburg
'l'he teain's co-operation was very good, and the spirit and 'morale ot' the team was
Early in the spring the team suffered from lack ot' experience, but, under the very
capable coaching ot' Mr. .lulius liiery, it soon developed into a smooth-running, hard-
hitting group ot' boys who could hold their own with veterans.
The cheerleading staff was augmented by six new members this year. Mary Cllllilltl
and George Fulton successfully tilted the two senior vacancies. 'l'he tradition ot' electing
two sophomore members to the stall' was changed to electing t'our members. The new
policy was started to put the senior membership on a more competitive basis and to
stimulate greater activity by our sophomore and junior leaders.
lt is the aim and purpose ot' thc club to organize the spirited support of our tealns
and to develop strong, true sportsmanship ot' which Trinity may be proud. 'l'he
sophomores elected are: Martha XVard, Katherine Dragon, Edwin Crosbie, and George
ln support ot' this staff there are two junior cheerleaders, Doris ltarniekel and Ralph
Ellis. Mr. .I. lt. Clark is the supervisor.
-Mun' LOUISIC Cmmo
Bli'l'TY Cmnt ..... , ...... Presidenl
JAN:-1 LAXVltliNlIIi .,.. ...... I 'ire President
llm.1aN Po1.lcN. . . , . ,Ser-refury-Treasurer
The "T" Club is an organization consisting of girls who have earned a script or
block letter by participating in sports and extracurricular activities, and by maintaining
a high scholastic standing.
The main event of the club is a banquet given in honor of the football squad. This
is made possible by a dance held earlier in the fall.
The following boys were on the boxing team this year: l'rso, Fazzolari, Craig,
Merritt. Whitfield, Carman. Brownlee. These boys had one bout in which they all came
out ahead. Under the coaching ot' Nr. liiery, they had a few practices which made them
much better. Each boy boxed boys in his own class and had a successful season.
XVe hope that Trinity will have a better boxing team in the future.
This year marked the second season for Trinity Hi's volleyball team. The tealn
was under the supervision ot' Mr. .lulius H. liiery and had a very eventful year by
winning games from XVasb High. liurgettstown, the Y. M. C. A. and a XV. K J. fraternity
Then entering the W. P. I. A. l.. tournament at Pittsburgh, they won second place
and silver medals by defeating New Kensington.
The members who constituted the squad were llcvcc. Belotte, Tomsic, Martin, Roberts,
Marra, Brown. Clark, and Mogentale.
Summary ot' .Xthletie Activities continued on Page G2
l 61 l
Junior Class History
Continued from Page 35
ished to only two hundred twenty-two. YVC were not quite so flighty, and were ready
to settle down to serious business. We took a great liking for extra curricular activi-
ties, some of us choosing sports-both girls and boys, and others of us joining clubs to
which we were eligible.
Toward the close of the first semester we elected the following otticcrs: Presi-
dent, Rudy Chehoving Vice President, Milton Wilson, Secretary, Esther Barney:
Treasurer, John Roche.
During the latter part of April weheld our Sophomore Party, which we know
was better than our Freslnnen Party.
In September 1936 we entered Trinity as Upper Classmen! Our membershigp
had now diminished to one hundred sixty three. Early in the year we elected ot'-
ticers and a new adviser, since Miss Thayer had resigned her position here. We
chose Miss Amba Kiblinger to take Miss Thayer's place. Our otticers chosen for this
year were: President, Rudy Chehoving Vice President, Tony Sping Secretary, Frances
Paulg Treasurer, Margaret Mazzie.
Our activities this year have been presenting a play. "Guess Again"g publishing
four issues ot' "The Hilltop Gazette", holding a class party and dance, and sponsor-
ing the Junior-Senior Prom.
Trinity. . .
Trinity. . .
lloherts . .
Brown . . .
Martin . . .
Continued from Page 61
Trinity. . .
Gayvert . .
Urso . . .
Cilark . . .
Nawoj . . .
24 Alumni .. ..... 26
24 Ambridge .. .. 36
29 Claysville . . . .. . . 21
29 McDonald . . . . . 17
17 Ambridgc ... ... 41
22 Washington .... . . . 27
35 Burgettstown ..... .... 2 2
25 Cumberland Twp. . . . . . 19
22 Canonshurg ...... . .. 16
21 Waynesburg ........... 31
1".ti. I". Pts.
54 31 139
43 15 101
44 12 100
40 14 94
29 6 64
23 6 52
24 Alumni ....... ....... 1 6
21 Burgettstown .. . ... 21
30 Elizabeth . . . . . 22
19 Cecil ............ . . 12
17 Elizabeth ......... .. 8
.18 Findley Township ..... 11
7 Burgettstown ..... .. 8
G. F.G. Tot.
. . . . 51 45 147
. . 54 14 122
. . 16 5 37
5 3 13
. 3 ti 6
0 1 1
Trinity. . .
Ward . . .
- -ALICE JANE GETTIG.
Claysville . ..
Cumberland Twp. ..
Burgettstown . . .
St. Georges ....
Bnrgettstown . . .
XVest Newton ..
G. F .G.
x ' U
QL ll -NN
-- -" "2
- N H :N
Of all those arts in which the wise excel
Nature's chief masterpiece is writing well.
When I entered High School four years ago
I wasn't very smart.
And oh, the things I still don't know,
It almost breaks my heart
VVhen I think ol' the chances that I've had
To acquire knowledge free,
Gosh, I've been a stupid lad
That's plenty easy to see.
The trouble was-e-it's an awful sign
But in this we're all so prone
It's very true to a much quoted line,
'tHe won't keep his nose to the stone !"
A remedy for this is hard to find.
But I'1l try to be calm and cool,
I'll study hard-Pye made up my mind
If I go on to school.
There's a moral, along with this jingle
I've decided to relate:
With all our troubles we usually mingle,
Until it's far too latee-
To recover from disaster
And climb to higher ground
And use a healing plaster
Which is very seldom found.
So, when you undertake a job,
Ill the beginning do it rightg
It will often prevent that wailing sob
That comes from disaster and plight.
A Chivalric l.'Allegro
If I were given a day at ease
To do whatever it would me please
If 'twere in the power of God I'd go
Back to the days of lo11g ago,
To knights in armor, to maiden fair,
To the Castles with their lofty air,
To see the actors and the stage anon
While I, to miss nothing, rise with the sun.
From n1y castle window I see below
The horses praneing to and fro.
The eoek is erowing far away
To announce the coming ot' the day.
The trumpet blows, the Castle wakes,
Each of his breakfast now partakes.
The knight then dons his armor bright
To battle nobly for the right.
A page assists him on his horse
A maiden sheds a tear ot' remorse.
The porteullis raises, the drawbridge falls,
The knight has left the eastle walls.
His fame and fortune, he will seek
In lowest valley, on highest peak.
Having eaten, with naught to do
We'll go hunting for a deer or two.
The air is crisp, the hunting fine
And, now, towards evening we go home to dine.
Coming home, we meet the knight.
His soul is filled with vast delight.
He has met the foe along the way
And conquered him this very day.
The night is near the shadows fall
As we approach the castle wall.
Tonight, a feast has been prepared
For all learned how the knight has fared.
The feast is done, We drink our ale
The knight is asked to tell his tale.
His story done, the fire dies down,
It reflects in the eyes ol' the sleepy clown.
Up and up the winding stair.
Slowly past the walls so bare,
Sleepily into bed I creep,
And soon I meet with slumber deep.
The day has seemed like a dream from heaven
But I'm glad I'm hack in '37.
----4Wn.1.1AM L. MUELLER
Senior Class Prophecy
SENIOR CLASS or 1937
This is no great poem, but just a few lines
To mention all the Seniors' futures, if we tind time.
And if you don't like our mention of you,
Just smile a11d laugh, but don't feel blue.
For we got all the "info" fl'0lll Ali Ben Hagen,
Who, from a crystal, gives advice for the takin'.
Now the room darkens! Wait! NVhat's this we see?
Patsy Manfredi. manager of the Boston Bees.
And lo! graduating from Duquesne. with highest degrees,
That's Wilhelmina Jefferson, if you please.
The shadow fades, but no-t for longe e
Again old Ali rambles on.
"Louise Liston and Nell Butcher as nurses, kind and gentle
Are always thoughtful and never tempermental.
And Gladys Gowern's name in history is down,
For doing good deeds, she's a lady of renown.
5 - 1 1
Somebody s stenog was the call ot Ifreda Hanam s heart
And for Lawyer Edward Marks, we see she's doing her part.
The scene grows brighter, as Ali l'oretells
' X Q V f f 1 1 ' J .
lhe gleat suttess ol Lawrence l eteinell.
"We see John Stavovy as a farmer, not a baker,
He gets plenty ol gram from every little acre.
To pilot a plane was always their aim,
In that, Vester and Skowvron have gained much fame."
Ali exclaims, "Now what do I see!
A dancer on the stage is Helen Shawinski.
As Minister ot' the Gospel, Fred Rothenberg does preach,
Telling people of Heaven. a place that's hard to reach.
Ariel Ellwood her tealn does coach,
Her teclmiques are always above reproach."
Now the brightness of the crystal again grows dim.
He sees Gladys Hunter, Dean at Muskingum.
"Who's that? Mildred Brady and no other,
A second Gracie Allen. who talks of her brother.
As Stewardess ot' the S. S. P. A.
Jean Bigler is always happy and gayf'
"And now. another five dollars. if you please.
I now behold the great Richard Pees.
A mechanic with General Motors, is Kenneth Ford.
He gained this fame ot' his own accord.
Florence Caton, who is known by her own sweet smile,
Now types at a desk and goes through a file."
Brighter and brighter the crystal does gleam.
Ali says, "Jane Lawrence is o11 a professional team
Russell Podboy is ow11er of a ranch in the West,
Of all the ranchers, he is known best.
A great playwright is Mabel DeVVittg
She picked a career that sure is her tit."
A shadow now crosses the great silver ball,
But Ali Ben Hagen sees and tells all.
"And there in a famous laboratory,
Experimenting on a great discovery,
Works a man both grave and sane,
This is the noted chemist, Francis Cainf'
"A very neat housewife, working all day,
That's Anna Belle Bainbridge thinking it play.
Esther Bayne now is a restaurant owner,
And you may be sure she isnit a joner.
And here is a lawyer of great renown,
For Jack Belotte was never a clownf'
"Another of ours-a modern homemakere
Is Anna Barrows, a cook and a baker.
Joseph Thomas is a famous secretary,
But once in a while he gets contrary.
An office girl is Opal Cole,
She digs into work, just like a molef'
"Dorothy Day's dreams have finally come true,
For she has said the usual 'I do.'
Blanche DeWitte, I too can see,
In a white uniform looking at me.
There's Thelma Dornberger as a basketball coach,
Her vigorous assistant is Martha Roche.
"To give you this reading and make it just fit.
Another five dollars will help quite a bit.
Far into the future, I can see
Another Gracie Allen from Trinityg
This young lady is Lois McCoy,
Although her last name now is Loy.
"Evelyn Andrews has neither broom nor mop,
For she is the boss in a beauty shoppe.
Dorothy Dykstra is a t'armer's wife,
But she doesn't chase mice with a carving knife.
Anna Ferralli is teaching literature
Even though she is so miniature.
"A beautiful manikin I can see,
Rachel Fortney is i11 New York City.
And Thelma Dunning is still her pal,
Rachel says, 'She's a peach of a gal.'
William Yereb is a contractor who is much sought,
For in architecture he was well taught.
"Jane Green is so light and fair,
She's a chorus girl without a care.
Dorothy Johnston has gained neither fortune nor fame,
But to Mrs. Munn has changed her name.
A noted leader of a gay swing band,
Is Julia Kepics with her lively hand.
"Edla Hager is a cigarette girl
I11 a night club owned by Governor Earle.
Sophie Garbinsky chose to be a wife,
A11d now is living a happy life.
Caroline Hamil lives all alone
In her beautiful little country home.
"Frank Cook as a lad was very neat,
He now has a job at the county seat.
Marian Frazier, always jolly and gay,
Has never let a millstone fall in het' way.
Virgil Hartley at his ease,
Still likes the little girls to tease.
The vision now is growing obscure
As Ali Ben Hagen repeats his lure.
We give him ten dollars, now, at this time,
And Ali again the praises does chime:
"Gay and petite is Eunice Bayles,
While through her debonair life she sails.
"Ethel Carlisle is charming and shy,
And she never stops to think of the 'why'
Mary Cimino, a gay dancer will beg
She has opened a school in Kansas City.
Betty Craig is known as every one's pal,
And Jack Martin still thinks she is a nice gal.
"Esther Sanders, who was never a preacher,
Has beeolne a successful Commercial teacher.
Wilda Wilson and Sevilla Mitchell are tive and ten workers
At their duty they are never shirkers.
Sara MeClenathan's career is one of average life
For she has settled down to be her llllSll2lllll,S loving wife.
"Ruth MeGowen has taken to aviationg
A T-erraplane caused this great sensation.
A G-Man of talent is Joseph Dobcck,
Who solves the mysteries by the peck.
Stella Lask is still just a blond,
And of her friends she's ever so fond.
"Graduating l'I'0lll Temple in the year of '41,
Betty Jeanne Knestriek's career has just begun.
Lois McKahan is still a gay lass,
She Works at the Atlas, sorting glass.
Stenhouse and Minton as nurses ill'Cll,l failing,
They know what to do when patients are aillingf'
Ali still talks as the crystal does glow,
Each student reaps just what he did sow.
"Albert Wise is gifted as a court crierg
He sings out the names as if from a lyre.
Nick Suwak is now driver of a truck,
At this occupation he has had much luck.
"Betty Lawrence and Ethel Stewart have each other's heart
Nothing, so far, has kept them apart.
I see Ada Lee Reynolds as a mathematician3
At her occupation, she's quite a magician.
Mary Porter is a clerk at Brown's on Main Street,
Her customers all think that she is a treat.
"There is Ida Mae Ponton in a large lobby,
But berry-picking is still her favorite hobby.
A ll9tll little housewife is Cecilia Hobie:
She does her work well, and her thoughts are all noble.
A very nice person is Dessie Mounts,
She knows her figures in all her accounts.
"Margaret Johnston is like Jennie Wren,
She still likes to chatter whenever she can.
Steve Pirozak is now Washington's Mayor,
In all his dealings, he always plays fair.
Edward Sharik is just another Longfellow,
His work is pathetic and so very mellow.
"Alvin Mu11n as a chaulfer his life did not mar,
Ile was allways a worker when he had a car.
Kathyrn Manon is a prim little housewife,
She cooks very well without any strife.
Virginia Polen has fallen into Miss Flotto's way,
As a Girl Reserves sponsor, she now has her way.
"Joan Yorkin in Hollywood has the same name,
And as an actress, she has gained much fame.
Blair Wherry as a farmer is keen,
His horses like him because he's not mean.
Bud Anderson is a forest ranger, he works for the U. S. A.
He's always in the mountains, be it night or day."
Oh that crystal, how it does blaze.
For a moment it puts us in a daze.
"We see Coach Jacob Tomsic heading the sports news,
World football men like his fair views.
Elizabeth Pasterchalk is known for her books,
Just as she is known for her tidy looks.
"Emil Markow is recognized for his funny orations,
And as an amuser is sought by all stations.
Eleanore McAdams never took Latin to heart,
But with Virgil, now, she is doing her part.
Sasia Kutz lives in Detroit, far from here,
Even so far away, she has never a fear."
But now the vision is steadily failing,
And again old Ali t'or money is wailing.
A few dollars more makes it just right,
It sure is a good thing that we aren't tight,
"There is Ruby Spiegel playing her violin on the stage,
And, as you guess, she gets a good wage.
"Helen Polen is now i11 college: for good marks she does not grieve.
As she is among that few who highest honors do receive.
Marjorie Post wants to be a nurse, but will she this fulfill,
When the one thing she wants most is a guy by the name of Bill?
One thing Rea Hartley will never do is try to become a sailor,
Though it wouldn't surprise us it' he became a second Taylor.
"Frank Bevec gives the people lots of joy and cheerg
He tends a little garden, in which he harbors beer.
Thomas Hughes is a grappler, of course you know the rest,
lie won the heavyweight wrestling bout, and is now the world's best
Edna Pratt is an air hostess, brave and daringg
She's never at home unless she is airing."
The light again dims but not for long,
For Ali is going just as strong,
And in I,ife's little Theater of Time,
He sees each one's life so very sublime.
"There's Alexander Lockman who dresses very fine,
For he's a big stock owner in the Lincoln Hill Coal Mine."
"Milo Drakulich is an accountant, his rating is very higbg
He also is a detective, so when talking to him, don't lie.
Jack Gregg is a business man, the autos do not pass
NVhen they see his advertisement, 'Buy that Good Gulf Gasf
John Defaziot is a factory man, he goes to work each day:
And, as an operator, he draws very good pay.
"Wayne Ferguson is a craftsman, his work is of matchless skillg
Anything he is asked to make, he can do it if he wilt.
As an actor at Trinity, Jack Martin was so good
That he now has a contract out in Hollywood.
Earl John leads an expert ritle team, they travel far and nearg
They tour the U. S. A. once every other year."
Now the visions of the argent ball do wane,
Old Ali begs again, but not in vain.
As we give him tive dollars, his mind again wanders,
And over the speculum he stops to ponder.
"Leona ltarden is an interpreter, she's very hard to beatg
She works beside the President when foreign councils meet.
"Irwin Clemens works in a laboratory
Alld is always ready to tell a good story.
Bill Roberts likes gravel, but he likes sticks the most:
He's a clerk at the Keystone-and a prop to a tPost'.
Raymond Polen is a mechanic with motors of every sort,
He also has a hobby which includes most every sport.
"ln choosing his occupation. ltalph Hush was no fool,
For now he's teaching lI1'l in Trinity High School.
ltobert Gayvert is a two-stepper, he teaches students to dance.
If they have an old pair of shoes in which to take a chance.
Frank Kuzy works as a pilot whenever he possibly can,
And when he's not doing this, hc's radio's fumly man.
"A dependable reporter is Frances Urbanik,
Always there to take notes, whatever the panic.
Jean Wolf, who is now Bud Anderson's wife,
Is now in the prime of a happy life.
A modern secretary is Mildred Zrimshekg
She takes all the notes and writes out the checks.
"John Wzisicileski, a comedian so bright,
Keeps his crowds laughing on into the night.
An expert dietician is Margaret lteddg
She keeps many formulas in her head.
Of vocations, Sylvia Landrey has chosen the hardest,
For she is now living the life of an artist.
"Frank Chmiel took up a profession that was very hard to learn,
But now he's the chief executive in a big business concern.
Chalnler Cowen has a half interest in Carothers's dairy,
Half of the time he eats ice cream. the other half makes merry.
George Fulton is a draftsman, but from this course he'll swerve,
Ile'll be a politician, he surely has the nerve.
"Joseph Mogentale owns a steel mill, his business ability ratesg
lle's known as a business manager all over the States.
Amelia Kurpjuweit is a housewife, a stenog on the side,
Also a professional typist, so in the home doesn't always abide.
Ralph Kendall's profession comes straight from his heart,
He owns a cozy studio, in which he teaches art.
"Ruth Miller lives in the country, she is a t'armer's wifeg
Harry Morris and she together lead a happy life.
Dan Brown is governor ol' his state:
He'll reach the White House before he's forty-eight.
Frank Bell in his spare time drives a taxi-cab,
But the way he makes his living is by his gift of gab.
"A few more dollars will complete this great job,
And after all, there was quite a mob.
I see a triln little housewife, that is Opal l.ocyg
She keeps each little room so very neat and cozy.
Edward Clark is now in the U. S. Marine Bandg
He helps make its music, stately and grand.
"A budding young genius, lct's watch him flower,
William Mueller doesn't stop thinking just for a shower.
James Davis owns a dairy farm from which he does sell milkg
His income is such that if he wished, he could easily dress in silk.
Edward Kuntz is an orchestra leader, the quality of which is fine
It's his delight to make the swing and make the swing in time.
"Kermit Bonner as a lawyer is wealthy and wise:
He wins all his eases without telling lies.
Le-Moyne Banfield is a reporter of air seoopg
He always lets us know when Earhart makes a loop.
Dorothy Baker is still a very good girl,
She gives permanent waves and puts hair in a curl.
"Catherine Knestriek runs a eomptometer, she never uses force,
She multiplies, adds, and subtraets, and she divides, ol' course.
Frank llungo's a handsome guy, and might be a romaneerg
But one thing he will always be is an excellent tap dancer.
Osear Whitfield is master of a gay swing band,
His musie is heard all over the land."
Alas! the crystal is again slowly fading,
And we're glad old Ali has not kept us wailing.
"Eli .lanovieh is the owner of a large dairy farm,
lie always does his friends kind deeds, never any harm.
VValter Kozol has invented a new kind of maehineg
It will read a mind, no matter how keen."
That is all Ali can see of our Senior Class now,
So he makes his exit with a quaint little bow.
For each and every Senior we think we've done our part,
It' you don't think the same as we, don't take our lines to heart.
Our advisers, too, we must not forgetg
For two as good and kind as they will never again be mel.
There is loving Miss Campbell, we've found her so sweet,
She is the knld ot' a friend that is hard to beat.
As lor Mr. Wilson, you all know how he rates,
lle has been so very helpful, we ean't blame him for our fates.
We hope that the same kind ot' happiness I'or each ot' you is in store.
And now with our parting wish. we shall say to you, "Au Revoir."
- .Fn,xNe1s CMN
P Gl,Anvs llllN'l'lilt
Senior Class Will
We, the Class ot' ot' 1937 ot' Trinity lligh School. County ot' VVash-
ington and State ot' 'Peimsylvania, being ot' sound and disposing mind
and memory. and realizing that we must part with sundry honors,
talents and emotions, do hereby pronounce this our last will and testa-
Evelyn Andrews and Dessie Mounts will their quietness to Sarah
llaines and Mildred VVilson respectively.
Annabelle Bainbridge wills to her sister her position in the cafeteria.
Jack Belotte wills his dramatic ability to Paul Day and his feminine
attraction to Angelo Calli.
We bestow upon Bob Brown, L. Erwin Clemen's humor.
Opal Cole wills her ability to blush to Baymond Grimm.
The friendship ot' Thelma Dunning and Bachel Fortney is willed
to Betty Dagg and Frances Paul.
Gladys Gowern wills her mathematical ability to Betty Lewis.
Dorothy Johnston passes on to Eula May Allison her pleasant dis-
Betty June Boche is just the person to inhcrit Marjorie Post's dignity.
Ada Lee lteynolds's t'riendliness and willingness to help others is
passed on to Ada Ruse.
Frank Clnniel leaves his disability to write legibly to Carl Nawoj.
Nell Butheer passes her vivacity on to Margaret Schann.
Margaret Stenhouse passes on to Myrtle Kinder her interest in
Helen Shawinski tLlI'l1S over her library duties to Jean McClain.
Esther Sanders passes on her quiet charm to Esther Barney.
Amelia Kurpjuweit's ability in typing is willed to Mildred Spragg.
Sara McClenathan wills her seventeen-cent treasury from Boom 14
to any Junior who will care for it next year.
To Margaret Mazzie we will Wilhelmina Jett'erson's knowledge of
Sylvia Landrey wills her brilliance to Mary E-l'llltlL'tlll'.
To Betty McBride we will Anna Barrow's romance.
Steve Pirozak wills his quietness to Donald Mcliahan.
We will to Stewart McAllister, ltay Polen's bashtulness.
Betty Lawrence wills her typing ability to Pearl Boss.
Jalnes Davis bequeaths his mischievousness to Steve Lebnick.
Iluth Mctlowen trusts her giggle to Grace Larkin.
Kathryn Mannon wills her ability to cook to Stella Kendall.
Leona llarden wills her ability to make A's to Mary Ermaeoff.
Ariel Ellwood passes on her skill as guard on the basketball tealn
to Louise Sieraeki.
Ella Hager wills her tardy marks to Betty McBride.
Thomas llughcs bequeaths his laziness to Thomas Merritt.
ltuth Minton leaves her ability to talk in study hall to Doris Barn-
Earl John passes on l1is ability to get adve1'tisements for the Olympus
to Stewart McAllister.
Betty Jean Knestrick bequeaths her brilliant school work to Sarah
Thelnia Dornberger leaves her basketball career to her sister
Sophie Garbinsky gives her chewing gum wad to Anna Anesetti.
Edward Marks wills his singing voice to Francis Peterson.
George Fulton bestows upon Ralph Ellis his ability to be a good
Sevilla Mitchell wills her quiet nature to Grace Larkin.
Jane Green bequeaths her merry giggle to Olive llinerman.
Rea Hartley leaves his ability to entertain the girls to Rudy Che-
To Betty Dagg goes Ethel Carlisle's sincere friendship.
Julie Kepics wills her shorthand talent to Allne Ross.
Frank Bell wishes John Bartley to carry on his mischievous pranks.
Jean Bigler, Mildred Brady and Esther Bayne leave their positions
in the cat'eteria to Hula Mae Allison, Virginia Shronlz and Mary Bain-
LeMoyne Baneld bequeaths his job with the Press to Wendell Lee.
To Ruth Baker goes Florence Ellen Ca lon's sunny disposition.
Frank Cook passes on his ability as a salesman to Raymond liudak.
Dorothy Day bestows her pleasant slnile upon Alice Jane Gettig.
Anna Ferralli bequeaths her silence to VVilden Mounts.
Challner Cowen passes on his shooting ability to Denver Sayre.
Kermit Bonner wills to Mary Parrino his ability to skip school
without being caught.
Lois McCoy wills her ability to do shorthand to Wilden Mounts.
Richard Pees leaves his ability as a sucessful farmer to Richard
Jean Wolf wills her merry giggle to Betty McBride.
We wonder if Mary Porter would leave her friendliness with Mary
Albert Wise leaves his ability to irritate and confuse a teacher to
Russell Podboy bequeaths his noise-making ability to some rowdy
Caroline Hamil wishes to transmit her typing ability to Ionabclle
Virgil Hartley wills his ability to tlirt to anv bashful Junior.
Joan Yorkin passes on her dancing skill to our little blonde-headed
Junior, Betty McBride.
Emil Markow wills his ambitions to any deserving Junior.
Cecelia Roble wishes to leave her ability to write poetry to any
Junior who can take it up.
William Yereb wishes that Frank Rohrabacher will keep Strabane
represented in sports at Trinity lligh School.
John Defazio passes on his paper selling to some worthy Junior.
C Tyayne Ferguson will gladly share his ability to argue with Arnold
Kenneth Ford wills his primping to Robert Brown.
Jack Gregg passes on to Steve Lebnick his ability to "jew" dealers
We think Marion Anderson should have Ed Kuntz's time-keeping
job in Senior English.
Ralph Kendall wills his pool playing to Rudy Chehovin.
l 75 l
Eleanore McAdams wills her ability to do etlicient work in the
cafeteria to Stella Kendall.
Ruth Miller olfers Eula Mae Allison her sweet and thoughtful dis-
We, the Class ot' "IW", confer to the Class ol' "ISS" Joe Mogentale's
excessive use ot' enormous words.
Elizabeth Pasterchalk passes on to Jean McClai11 her ability to make
Margaret Redd would like to place her quiet disposition upon Lois
Jolm Stavovy thinks the most logical person to have his ability to
work arithmetic is Paul Day.
Ethel Stewart will give her cute little giggle to Anna Hartsell.
Joseph Thomas, the big game hunter, wonders il' some ol' the Trinity
faculty would care to share his honors as a hunter.
John Wasicleski. the Canonsburg lad, wills his story telling to Carl
Blair Wherry thinks that John Roche should have his taxi business.
Mildred Zrimshek wishes to give her shyness to any .lunior who
wishes this quality.
Arthur Anderson wills his football prowess to John Craig.
Frank Bevec gives his football shoes to Thomas Merritt. They both
wear size 13 shoe.
Dan Brown wills his executive ability to "the capable and indusri-
ous" Rudy Clll:'l10VlI1.
Francis Cain bequeaths his markmanship with the ritle to Doyle
Mary Cimino leaves her dancing qualities to Anne Nicastro.
Betty Craig donates her ability to Margaret Paraska to shoot a
Milo Drakulieh wills his commercial sagacity to VVilden Mounts.
Robert Gayvert leaves behind a smooth style ol' dancing to all those
interested to take it up.
Gladys Hunter bequeaths her poetic ilnpulse to Gertrude Teyssier.
Frank Kuzy wills his loquaciousness to Stewart McAllister.
J-ane Lawrence leaves her skill in shooting a basketball to Martha
Louise Liston passes on to Alberta Stoner her remarkable ability
to play guard on our basketball team.
Alexander Lockman leaves his distinguished. gentle manners to
Patsy Manfredi has been showing Carl Haines around the dressing
room for the past two years so we suppose that Patsy will leave Carl
the job ol' manager.
Jack Martin wills his wisdom to Paul Day, but don't get lazy, Paul.
Harry Morris wills his executive ability as a11 ellicient member ol'
F. F. A. to Richard Baker.
Alvin Munn passes on the taxicab business to Richard Gcttig.
Lawrence Peternell will let High Munce inherit his loyalty to Trinity.
Helen Poten will let Ada Ruse inherit her habit ol' carrying all
her books home.
William Robert gives his basketball ability to Ralph Ellis.
Fred Rothenberg leaves Gertrude Teyssier his art ot' acquiring auto-
Ruby Spiegel donates to any Junior the art ot' studious concen-
Nick Suwak's interest in the athletic department will be taken up
by Sam Manfredi.
Jacob Tomsic wills Angelo Calli his gridiron generalship.
Bessie Vetser passes her dramatic ability on to Frances Paul.
Eunice Bales wishes Esther Barney to take her place in the com-
Dorothy Day leaves her abilities to Edna since E. Sibert is so
Rlanche DeWitte wills her good looks to Alice Jane Gettig.
Mabel De Witte lets Frances Paul inherit her passion for hero wor-
Robert Morrison inherits Joe Dobeck's quietness.
Dorothy Dysktra gives Ada Ruse her Economics interests.
Anna Ferralli bequeaths her studious nature to Sarah llaines.
Marion Frazier gratuitously leaves her good will to Ophelia Reed.
Freda Ilanam thinks that Anna Anesetti should have her bashful-
Margaret Johnston is glad that Charles Pettit can take her place as
Julie Kepics wants Alice Bazolli to take her place as a commercial
Shirley McCord receives Sasia Kutz's quietness.
Louis McKahan wants Louise Sieracki to continue her basketball
Virginia Polen wills her Olympus success to Paul Day.
Ida Mae Ponton wishes to will her quietness to Dorothy Pearl.
Edna Pratt leaves her boy-friend dicussions to Mildred Spragg.
Jean Wolfe makes the same bequeath as Edna Pratt.
Edward Sharik leaves his French accent to any one interested in
Martha Roaehe leaves her humor to any Junior deserving it.
Ralph Rush wants Jim Heatley to take his place on the absentee
Walter Scowvron wills his commercial ability to Howard Carter.
Frances Urbanik leaves her secretarial abilities to Helen Burns.
Wilda Wilson lets any Junior who wishes it to have her quiet dis-
William Yereb bequeaths his aritlnnetical ability to Stewart Mc-
Mildred Zrimshek wishes Alice Razolli to have her shyness.
Stella Lask leaves her good-nature to Stella Kendall.
We appoint our princpal and assistant principal executors ol' this
will, and revoke all former wills. ln witness whereof. we have sub-
scribed our names this 31st day ol' March,
- -Biarrv .Ii-:ANNI-3 KN1as'rmc:k
- -Inwm Cu-:MEN
Trinity Calendar 1936-37
Monday, 31-!l'he doors of Trinity were again opened to its students.
Monday, 7--School Holiday.
Friday, 18---All School Hop, Sponsored by the F. F. A. and featur-
ing Bed Carter's Orchestra.
Friday, 25 Football game at home with Georges Township.
Tuesday, 29'--We were entertained in assembly by Pamahasikas' Pets.
VVednesday,30'eAn assembly program featuring Brown and Beneley
in some very entertaining musical numbers.
Friday, 2---Football game away, with Union High School.
Friday, tlWMonongahela Football gilllll' which was played at Mo-
Friday, lti---Sophomore Dance held in the gym.
Friday, 23,--Clark football game at home.
Thursday, 29e4A very amusing assembly program with the Hanley
Marionettes the chief attraction.
Friday. 30 Braddock football game played at Braddock. Also the
Hi-Y sponsored a dance in the gym.
Tuesday, 3-School held an election which favored Roosevelt 2 to l.
Friday, ti---Canonsburg football game at homeg also the Hi-Y-Girl
lleserves party was held.
Friday, 13-We held our second Amateur night in the Trinity audi-
torium with a full house and a very good performance
by the students taking part.
Saturday, l-cle -New Brighton football game away.
Friday, 20 --"T" Club Dance held in the gym.
Home Economics and F. F. A. party was held in the
Thursday and Friday, 26-27e Thanksgiving Holidays.
Friday, Ale-Junior Class presented "Guess Again" both afternoon
and evening performances.
Tuesday, 8-1-A--Alumni-Varsity basketball game both boys and girls.
1lMBasketba1l game for the boys with Ambridge High at
15--Basketball galne with Claysville.
16 -The football banquet was held in honor of the football
team. Also, E. C. Ramsey gave an interesting talk in
assembly about present day conditions Ill Europe.
12P'Senior Dance. Also, McDonald basketball galne away.
to Monday, el-4Christmas Vacation.
-1-V-School resumes after a very pleasant vacation for all.
First game of W. P. I. A. l. with Washington High, away.
7M-E.. C. Ramsey was back in assembly with moving pie-
tures of European countries, which he had taken him-
8-dliasketball for both girls and boys with Union High
School at holne. Also, Blind Henderson entertained us
in assembly with some very clever musical numbers.
12-Cumberland Township boys basketball at home and
Elizabeth girls basketball at home.
-First Selnester Exams start. Canonsburg basketball,
tl XVII y.
Monday and Tuesday, 18-l9eFirst Semester Exams.
20-Waynesburg basketball at home.
22-Claysville basketball away.
25N4Shakespeare plays were put on in the gym both in the
afternoon and evening. The afternoon performance
was "The Merchant of Venice" and the evening perform-
,ance was "Macbeth"
Tuesday, 26-Cecil basketball both boys and girls at home.
VVednesday, 27-Frank Douglas gave a very interesting talk about Alaska
Friday, 29-Washington High basketball at home.
2-A-McDonald basketball at home.
5-Cumberland Township basketball away. Girls at Eliz-
abeth for a return basketball game.
9-Canonsburg basketball. home.
124Waynesburg basketball, away.
16-Union basketball, away for both girls and boys.
l9ECecil basketball, away for both girls and boys.
25eeCentervilIe basketball for both girls and boys at home.
Saturday, 27 e
Senior Dance featuring Lee Barrett and his orchestra.
. C. I. A. A. basketball tournament starts in the Trin-
Monday, lee-W. C. I. A. A. tournament.
Wednesday, 3 eeee AW. C. I. A. A. tournament.
Thursday, -la-VVe were entertained in assembly by the Abraham Lin-
Friday, 5 -W. C. I. A. A. tournament.
Saturday, 6eeW. C. I. A. A. tournament.
Thursday, 11, We were entertained in assembly by the Tamburitza
Friday, 12a-Senior Girl Reserves Dance.
Friday and Monday, 26-29-Easter Vacation.
Friday, 9-Senior Girl Reserves and H.-Y. Party.
Friday, 16-Gym Demonstration.
Friday, 23 -Junior Dance.
Friday, 3fHSenior Play.
Friday, 144Junior-Senior Prom.
Friday, 21---COIIIIIIEIIC-6111011ll Dance.
Sunday, 234Baccalaureate Sermon.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 24-25-26-Final Exams.
The Faculty ol' Trinity High School are pleased to announce the Honor Boll tor
the first semester. Of the forty-nine names on the roll, fourteen are Freshmen, nine
are SODDOIIIOFCSQ eleven are .luniorsg and fifteen are Seniors. The following gl iding.,
method is used:
Sylvia l.andrey ..
Dorothy Day ,... .
Betty Knestriek ...
XVilden Monnts ..
Sarah Haines ....
Mary l':l'I1HlC0l'l- ..
Susan Goga ......
Adolph Biss .....
Ferne Caldwell ..
Geraldine Bavoira . . . . ..
Stella Bartusiek ..
A-4 Excellent Ci2 Fair
B-3 Good D-l Doubtful
.lack Martin .......
Helen Polen .....
Sara MeClenathan ......
W. Jefferson ....
.lean Bigler . ..
Stella Kendall .....
Gertrude Teyssier .. ....
Bohert Brown ....
Inez Thompson ..
Matthew Biss .
Mike Burchak ..
Mildred Asbury .. .
Marianna Mueller ......
Margaret Carter . .
t 81 l
Gladys Hunter ..
Virginia Polen ....
Ada Lee Reynolds .
Betty Dagg ....
David Zanolli ..
Ludwig Krizay .. .
Pearl Riggans .....
Anna May Chontos
Helen Day ......
Harold Beich ..
Agnes Young ....
Officers, Seconcl Semester 1936-37
ltoosr No. l'nEslmsN'r V. PRESIDENT SncRE'rARY 'l'nmsunnn
2 l.. Kenamond N. Spiegel Burk Goebelbeeker
. li. Mrltvar E. Zembrosky Reese lleese
4 M. liiss li. Crosbie Pastercha YVright
.m li. Hagen .L Malone Day llavoira
li ll. Brown C. Haines Lewis Lewis
Ill G. Landock J. Allsopp XVard Urso
ll .l. Horne W. Brandt Moninger Piecbnik
12 .l. Dye C. Phillips Craig
l-1 ll. l'olen M. Stenhouse Post McClenathan
l5 J. lielotte XV. Skowvron Polen
lti ll. Cayvert ll. Day Landrey Cimino
17 ll. Baker S. Lebnick Wilson Zoeller
I8 M. Mueller W. llenovieh Besseck Gibson
20 A. Cook li. Kaufleld Milavec Milayec
22 J. Andrews I.. lleichart Ellis Seal
Cafe Boys A. McQuade ll. Crosbie llosing Ellwood
Cafe Girls A. McQuade ll. Crosbie ltosing Bridges
30 R. Corby K. Salsberry lloupe Paraslta
40 lt. Morrison NV. Mounts Sibert Roche
-i2 ll. Barniclacl li. Ashmore Burns Carter
This year, through the efforts ot' the principal, Mr. Braden, the students ot' 'Trinity
successfully planned a home room period for the purpose ol' promoting a real "Home
ltoom Spirit." Every Tuesday after lunch, the members oi' each home room mel
together for the purpose ot' becoming better acquainted and, at the same time, ol'
presenting programs planned to enlighten and to entertain.
Oilicers were elected l'or each semester, and as each room endeavored to make
its organization the best, school profiled in general.
Assistant liclitm' ..
Senior' Editors.. .
Juninr Editors. ..
l.itor'nry and Activi
. . .V1nr:lNlA POLEN
.Inn N M,xn'rrN
S lu.-tlt.Itll1ll'I Pom'
I Bm"rv ltumm
tics. ...... .IRAN Brurnzn
Sport S ....
Faculty Advisory Board
Alumni .... . . .ADA Lara lil-:x'N0l.ns
General Itlurrzlgcr' .... .... I Imax S. H,x1.r.Ax1
Piciurcs .... .... I E. Vrwmrx Ross
Alumni .... .... . I. ARl.lilGIl JOHN
Business Mnnzrgcr. ..
. . .ltnmanr K. l'AxTnN
Sport S ....
5 llnnrvrnv DAY
I Frmxlc ROHHBACKER
.. . .DAVE MCCLAY
.. . . A MHA Krrxrrxman
gcnim' mviwm sxIAlIGABE'l' Curr-ru4:r,r.
' ' ' ' ' " 1 RUISIZIYI' S. XVILSUN
Junior' Advisers .......
5 lhvr-2 Mc:Cr.Av
Trcnsurc-r ...... ...ltonrzm S. Wn.snN
The Home Economics Department
The purpose ot' our Holne Economics Department. one ol' the highest ranking in the
Stale ol' Pennsylvania. is to prepare our girls for the future and for better home making.
Subjects studied are l'oods, clothing, home furnishing ami decorating, child care, laun-
dering. home nursing. and improvement in personality, appearance. etc.
This year the llome Economies Club, which had been discontinued for the past few
years, was reorganized. Interesting and educational joint freshman and sophomore lnect-
ings are held semi-monthly. This club has held several social functions. including the
llome lfconomies-l-'. lf. A. l'arty,Halloween Party. and are planning future activities.
including Vocation Day.
Our girls have edited the Home Economics corner of the Trinity llcportcr under the
management ol' .lean liigler, Editor: Edith Kaul'l'eld, Assistant Editor. and the managers
ol' each division.
One hundred twenty-eight girls are on our roll under the instruction of Miss Anne
Linn, Supervisor. and Miss Amelia Jones, Assistant Supervisor.
From the small beginning ot' this organization in 1930. it has grown until it is one
ol' the largest and linest high school cafeterias in this section ol' the country.
NVe are assured that absolute cleanliness exists and that highest quality foods with
properly balanced menus are available due to the supervision ot' Miss Linn who has
succeeded Miss Thayer, an etlicient teacher ol' last year. She plans the meals, does the
marketing, keeps the books, and oversees the work in general.
The foods are prepared by Ml's. liarney with the co-operation ot' the .lunior and
Senior Holue lieonomie girls, who are: E. Allison. A, Bainbridge, M. Bainbridge. li. liayne,
.l. Iiigler, M. Brady, G. Hunter, S. Kendall, M. Kingcr, l.. Liston, K. Manon, li. McAdams,
M. lledd. A Stoner, V. Shrontz, V. Zoeller, and .l. Metilain. The course offers valuable
experience to thiesc girls, who receive free luncheons in return for their work in the
Home Economics Demonstration
tllll' llumv licunulnius mlcmnnstratiml this your was cntitlccl, "l.t-t's 'l'alli Salads."
lt was prcst-nlctl hx' loan Iiiiflt-I' 'i sc1iim"t"1x'i'iv.- XYilsnn. a junior' :incl NliIl'liIlIl1I Slut-llur,
.. L.. h.-. ... i I .
a l-I'L'Nlllllilll. lilll'Iltlt'il1l li1llll'l'L'lll. also a l'l'l'Slllll2Ill. was alta-rnati' aml lll1lllilgt'I'.
tin xYUllll0StlZly, .lllIlll1ll'y Qtl, wc platcuml an vury tempting array of salads lN'l'lIl'l' thc
jllilgcs at thc Stain- l'ilIl'Ill Shim' liuilmling at Ilarrislmrg.
lllll' salatls wort' placcil tm a two-slwlvctl staml, just nppusitv nur salaxl clock, also
un a twu-slwlvcrl slaml hultling a salad t'lllllNHIl'll and haslwts ut' i-l'llll.
NYC wi-lm' happy tu hc awzirtlt-tl sccuml plact- in thc slatv. Hui' ilclrmilstmtiuli was
Nllllt'l'YlNl'tl hy Miss l.llllI and ll0l' assistant, Bliss .lnm-s.
Trinity Chapter, F. F. A.
lhx limiws ...... . ..,.... l,I't'Stllt'llf lluzlmalm liuilcli , . . ,Tl't'l1Slll't'l'
W.n'sic I-'1amzl'sus. . ...Yirv l'rvsiflcnI filitllitil-1 lll'ltli .. . ..,lft'1lUl'fl'l'
ll.KItItY Mamas ,... . ..... . .St'1'1'f'If11'y .l. tl. lill.l,ltIli 1 .
Q . l .. ...'ltll7lXl'l'N
IJ. It. Ml.l.l..XX L
Mulnlmi' ut' llatimlal nrganilaltitm thi' lmys stumlying Xlllflllltillill .lgl'iL'lllllll'l'.
.Xttcr thi- initiation ut' a gruup at' appruximatcly thirty-tivu lllltltllllgf l'iI't'Slllllt'II thu
'l'i'inity llllilplifl' ut' Ifuturc l'l1lI'lllL'l'S ut' .llIlCI'll'tl l2lllllL'llL'tl i'4ll'ill Ull 1lIl4llllt'l' XVIII' ul variccl
tim' ut' thu tllllSlillltlillQ accumplishmcnts nt' thc year has hm-a tho puhlicatinn ut' a
sclwul IHIIIUI' "'l'hc Ylll'lllily lh'p4rl'tL'I'." lts puhlicatiun slartv.-il in tlctulrcl' :intl has hccn
vmltilllicil llltilllllly llll'llllglltllll thc sulimvl yuar. ln app0al':lm'1' tht- papvl' clusvly VCSUIII-
hlcs tllumlicystmlc l"al'lncl'." whivh was puhlishcil hy this tlliszptcr in ISHN. lluwuu-i'.
tlw ulmjcctivc ut' thi' prcscnt papcl' is slightly tlil-i'L'l'L'lll in that wc aim tn maltc il ot'
init-rest tu k'YL'l'y sturlcnl in thc sclmul hy inuluiling thc activitics ot' cach class. uluh ami
tlontinllctl nn l'agv ltitl
lfulluxviiug llu- L'lllll'SL' unlliiu-il hy nur pl'cxlccussu1's, wc., llu' .lQl'lk'lllllll'l' lim-pnrlnu-nl
llIl'IlL'll Hlll "L-n IIIIISSUH lm' llu- lryunlw lhlll' llu- lll'HlllIlSlI'illlUll lL'1llll. Nlr. llny, NIV. liilliuli
:incl Mr. Nlclllnx' nvlvml 'iw illfl"'CN :nfl wlcclcll lllll'l'V Murriw, RlL'lllI'fl li lu, linlul :li
., . . . : an Q -' 4 I
. I rv .
Ulu-lnwin mul l.vwis llL'llillll4llltl :ls llu' group lu curry on for uni' sclnunl,
"lll'Zllllll'j'lIlQ llu- l'lill'IllNlL'2lllu was llu' lillc ul' uni' tl0lll4lllSll'2lllllll lliix yn-nr. :incl Nu
lwgnn Ill'2IL'lll'lllg curly in Nm'clnlu'l' ululcl' ilu' cmlclling ul' Mr. Mclllxly. XXX- wul'lu-ll Iinirl
nnrl pl'cp:ll'crl an gmul 1lClll4lIlSll'1lllllIl. NVQ lirsl lllilllllltil :ln illunl l,l!I'lllNlk'lI4l illltl llun
Ill2llIl0Kl lrovs :uul slirnlms in nrlislu' lll'l'2llllll'lIlClllS l'4n' our zzlulicluvs ul' L'lllll'?wL'., nul Ill
VL-nlily, lnll in llllllllIllll'L'. NVQ- llnal n cnlluclinn nl' Slllilll pines on llu- slaufm- will: nw nlul
ilUIlllllISll'illl'Kl In llu- :nuliciu-v si-w.-ml infnrmzll 2ll'l'ilIll1l'lllL'IllS ul' planting.
Wlu-n our mlcnmnslrzaliam was prcscnlcrl nl llu' l"zn'n1 Slurw, 'l'1u-Q 4 ', .: ' " 2 ,
.dig Iinn.n5 l .ul
22:50 uulncli, il was l'm'cix'c4l willl grunl npplullsc. nlul wc lllClllllCl'S nl' llu- 'ic-:lm wcrc Nllll
llml wc lunl nunlv an llil . ll4rwcx'L'l'. llu- jlulgcs cvirlcnlly lllllllfllll nlluwwisl-, fur xx'
llu- linzll rm-snlls nl' llu- rlvllml1sll'nlim1s wa-rc pllllllSlll'Kl. wc l'uuncl lllnl nul ul' llu' -ll lllnl
wcrc pm-svlllcrl, wc wc-rc givcn lli,lL'L'Illll pl:u'c. Ol' cnnrsu we were clisnppuinlcil in nnl
gclling an IllgflIL'l' ruling, yul llu' lll'llIl1ll'y lllll'llllSl' ul' our IlL'lllUllSll'llllIlIl wus lu 'mlm-sc-lil
nn L'lllll'llllUlHIl xlcllimlslmlliuli wsmnu- fncls lllnl wuulrl lu- ul' nfu' lu mn' :llnlu-iu'm'. 'l'll:ll
l lu'lil-vv. was :uwnnplislu-fl.
- llllili llllilili
'l'lu' 'I'l'inil5' lligli Sulnml .xPll'll'lllllll'ill lk-1:n'lnu-nl 5llC'L'l'0lll'll in xlzu-in-1' :I 'U-: 'U
5 I ,, X L nl: n.nl
.-lgl'lL'lllllll't' lixliilril nl ilu- Punnsylvzenin Slaulc lfnrin Slum' again this your. This cxliilmi
mu- nl' sa-vcll. was svlccloil from scurcs snlmlnillcml lry lligll Suluuil .-Xg.5l'icull1lr:ll llcpnll
nu-nls from ull on-r llu- Slnlc. "I":n'm Skills Vllllfllllgll l,I'llL'll1.'L'H was llu- lIu'nu- ul' llu
Iixliihil which wax lxnilt in llu- mclmnl shop uiulcl' llu- ilircclimi ul' Mr. IJ. Il. Mn-Clan
llu- 1jll1lgL'N :1w:n'cl1-ll llns cxlnlnl sixlli plauw- annul an cnslm prim' ul' 53250.
ft 1 5 ,
lg! iyw Q-if
The Agriculture Council
I'rvsinlvnI ..,.. ........, I ,AN BIUIXVN Sw'l'a'lu1'y . . .llAliliY hltiltltlb
Vim' l'rvsiflvnl. ., ..,Itunul.l-n CIIIGIIUYIN Tl't'll5lll't'!' ...... .. . ..llItIllAltll thru-xii
lfvpurt1'r ........,.. ..,. N VAYNL-1 l"lc1mi'sm4
Thu .tgriculturc tluuncil consists ut' lf, I". A. mornin-rs who Iuirv won in thu Stutt-
Itrujcct cuntm-fat, whn llzlvu hucn lll0llllt0l'S nt' winning judging tcrnis, wlm lmvc In-on nwln-
ln-rs nt' lJcnmnstl'ntiun tennis, or who have ll sclmlnslic RIYCITIQC nt' EIU or
purpnsc nt' the Council is tu prulnutc thc lIlCl'0ZlSL'll activity and l'Illllll5iilSlll nt in li. A.
til.,un's Gown-:ns . ,.., ...... I 'rvsirlvnl li'l'Illil, l".u:1Ax ..
S'rl-:w.urr hltZ.Xl.l.lS'l'I'1ll. ..,... Viva Prvsiilvnl -lfISI'1l'll xvAl,KI'2It ,,..,....,,,,
'l'I1c lllaissiczil tiuiltl is nn llUllUl'ilI'j' club fm' illlVillll'L'll Latin stnclcnls.
tirst svnicstor thu vlulm was L'0llKlllL'll'Kl hv the nltl members, thcn nt thc I
lmnur students ut' thc scrum! your Lzitin class wort- ntlmittutl.
this llllftlllllilllilll hns spniisurvtl nulny interesting and ctlucznliunnl prngr'
inuctings which are hultl thc lust Fritluy nt' cnrli month. The club has :ilsu
sncizll functions which have hcun In-lil at thc hnmcs ut' thc IlIL'IllllL'I'S,
The purpose nt' tht- rluh is cxplnincxl in thc niuttn: Tu strivc, lu scvk,
not tn yield.
The clnh is unilcr thc supurvisinn ot' Miss Surah Irwin.
urns :lt lhcir
tn lllltl, hut
7 89 i
Gl,.un's H UNTHI: . . . , . .... President Svnvm LANnnv ........ . . .Secrclury
Hi-JLHN l,0l.EN ......,....... Vice Prcsidenl l5ii'r'rv JEAN KNliS'l'RlCli .......... Treasurer
'l'he Club this term has done much to fulfill its purpose: To encourage members
to pursue a higher education and to prepare them for a better participation in college
life, and to arouse and maintain interest in college training among those who might
othewise not go to college.
The meetings are held every two weeks at 3:30 in ltoom H. 'l'hc programs have
included talks by two guest speakers, Mrs. 'l'. G. Miller and Ml's. A. XV. XVishartg and
Continued on Page Illtl
The library staff had twenty-three members this year. These student librarians,
under the supervision of Miss Mary Louise Martin, take charge of the library and perform
the routine duties of a librarian. They are taught not only to sign out hooks t'or students
use, but also to l'epair books, to check overdue books and collect lines, to prepare new
hooks to be put on the shelves, to classify hooks as to their subjects, to arrange books
in order on the shelves. and to do research for teachers and students. 'l'his group has
been very capable and willing in their efforts to serve the student body and to make our
library as etliciently managed as possible.
The fifteen hundred books in our library consist of many reference books, two
hundred books on history, two hundred fifty books on science, two hundred books on
civics and economics. two hundred books on literature, and three hundred fifty tietion
books. All the books in the library are arranged according to the Dewey classification.
We were very fortunate to have thc VV. P. A. this year repair books from the library.
They did wonders by changing two hundred old, worn books into attractive. durable
ones-making them our closer friends.
Vtlc feel sure that in the future the library will increase in the number ot' books
and in popularity with the student body.
luzu Nlmrris ,. .,..... Presidenl Arvis Nlrxs ...,.. ...Seerelury
vunsn l'nl.las ....,.. ...,. l 'ire Presirlenl Wn.l.l,xu llolncnrs ..,.. .,,..,.. T 'rensurer
'l'he Trinity lieta lli-Y Club started the year with twenty members. 'I'he lirst business
ut the elub was to ehuuse its new members. This is dune aeenrding tu the usual eustum
ut voting in, un the basis ol' seholastie rating, lhuse buys who are eligible. After the
n indidates had undergone an inl'nrmal and formal initiation, they were deelared members
Our Viee l'resident, ltaynnmd l'nIen, was elected tn the lli-Y Council at an early
lilly in Claysville. This eouneil meets regularly tu diseuss problems common tn all
A number ol' speakers enntrihuted tn our elub programs. .Xmnng these were: Mr.
Wilbur llaird, Mr, Brady Marble, and Mr. .l. XV. Mnninger, all ut' the Washington Y. M.
Cuntinued un Page ltlll
, Junior Hi-Y
'l'he .luniur lli-Y under its new Adviser, Mr. .l. Ii, Clark, eleeted the fulluwing
ollieers at the beginning ut' the sehnnl term.
t nwis CIHISIKIIC ................. Presiflenl tiianmna liawzx . ...Ser-relurgy
tons .xl.l.Stll'l' ...,,...,..,.. Vive Presiclenl .lfxxilas HARKEN .... .....,.,... 7 'reusnrer
New members were informally and furmally initiated into the elub at the beginning
nl the til'st semester and again at the beginning nf the seeund selnester. Meetings were
hnld every two weeks at the Y. M. C. .L where the use ul' the game ruuin and swimming
ul was permitted. 'I'he elub has had an aetive year, sending delegates tu the Hi-Y
unnferenee at Canonsburg, having several parties, and balding one danee. 'I'he purpose
t the .luninr lli-Y Club is to ereate, maintain and extend tlnwnuglwut the sehmml and
Ktblllllllllllly, high standards of Christian eharaeter.
G i rl R e s e r v e s
M,tn.lulnii l'ns'l' . .,......., I'rt'sftIt'11l t n . Stt it lllllf
lll'1'l"l'X' llllllllli.. ...... l'it't' l'rt'sitIt'nl il in flNlIXO Irt usurti
Miss M. I.. lNlAn'riN., , fttlnistr
lnspirt-tl hy tht' tlirl llt'st-rvt-s purpose "'ln lintl intl tint tht lits ring.,
itlt-as wt-rv t'al'rit-tl nut in this yt-ar's t-luh wtnlt lht L,l I ni
a:., a court trial, an int'urinz'l initiation: a inusit tmnt mst txt ' nistn
sucial st-1'vit'c work, Illillilllg scrap htmtrks antl suptixisinq 1 pntx tm pit t s
attcntlant't- at a wintt-r t'tnlt't-rcncc in New tlastlt, 1 thllli Slllillll I itl mt untl St l tlllt t
Day tlant't-sz tlisclissimisg an liastcr ln't'altl'ast tltxtr in Yllllll., -.tixlt iso
various paint partit-s with tht' lli-Y Cluh
'l'l1t- May llay ct-lt-ln'atitnn, which is spunstnttl ln tht 1
annual t-vent in which all tht- stutlt-nts tit' tht stlnml pntltlp t
tht' Quct-n ul' thc May, antl hcl' attt-ntlants itll. thtustn liuni tht t
lit-t-ausc ut' an increasingly lllllllllL'l' ut' inttltstttl IIlLlllllLIS intl tht spttntlnl It it
ship nt' tht- nllict-rs. tht- t-luh t-iijoyt-tl a vt-ry SllkLLSSlll st is
The FI'CSlIlTI6l'l Glfl Reserves
'l'ht- l"l't-slin1t'n Girl lit-st-rvcs Int-t antl om, lllltl t lUllIHXlIlg ntllt -,
l':l,lZAllIi'l'll lllltliVAlt . . ...... Prt'sitIt'nI sl A S ut lr: 1
Visitlm BIIIIHEICS .... ..... ...,. l ' irt' l'rt'sitIt'nI . lil It x Irtusurt r
Miss Irwin actctl as nur faculty atlvist-r, iss t x
Y. XV. tl. A., actt-tl as tnur atlvist-1' thcrt-. 'l'host x in t an tn tht mtttmf
t'njtiyt'tl t-vt-l'y tint- ut' tht-ni. NVQ also hcltl stxti nl tnlmablt p ltlt t t l ui
we t'nlvl'tainctl tht- Junitn' Ili-Y lmys.
Our purptmsc is "Tn l'at't- lift- squarely." t f
The .lunior l'apcr Stall' this year was one ot' the most co-operative on record. NVith
such a spirit and with the direction ot' their capahlc class advisers. Miss liihlinger and
Mr. Mctllay, they were successful with all four issues ot' their paper. The student hody
gave the paper wonderful support, for which the stall' is very grateful.
Perhaps thc stall' scelned pretty "snoopy" at times. trying to get some inside gossip.
hut il was all in fun. The reporters on sports, cluhs. and other activities were very
thorough, for they themselves were in on everything. The features were exceptionally
good this year hecause ot' thc natural originality ol' the feature editor.
This is the fourth class which has pulrlished a .lunior papcr at Trinity. With better
equipment, keener competition, and greater interest on the part ot' the whole school. the
paper has lncen hettcr in quality each year. We extend our best wishes tor continued
llV'lll'lbYL'IlIl'l1l and success to future paper stalls.
Ri l l e C l u b
The Trinity ltitle tlluh, which was organized in lfehruary. 1935, is completing its
third successful year. This year's membership numhers twenty-three, and every member
is doing his utmost to carry out the aims ol' the cluh and to uphold thc record set by
the club in the two previous years.
Through the courtesy ot' National Stores Company, the cluh has the use ol' the range
in the store basement and holds weekly practices there. Ammunition and targets are
providcd hy small weekly fees paid hy the memhers.
A method ot' individual rating. introduced hy Mr. John, our adviser, has aroused
keen interest and a lively competition among the memhers. The ten memhers with the
highest ratings lnake up the team l'or matches with other cluhs. The club is scheduling
a numher ot' matches and expects to eompele for the county trophy.
p sm p
PAUL DAY .... . ..... President FI.oRr:Ncn KIQLLY . . .Scrrelary-Treasurer
Rom-:nr Bnowlv .............. Vice President Mn. .I. H. XVILSUN ................. ,Adviser
The Stamp Club was organized in November, 1936, for those who were interested
in stamp collecting and stamp trading. The club advanced rapidly in the collection of
ditterent stamps and was aided by Mr, J. H. NVilson. who secured many stamps from
outside sources. The members met in Room 6 XVednesday every second week. The club
this year, was very active, and, with the co-operation of fellow students, secured many
valuable stamps. This year the club did very well, and it is hoped that next year many
more members will be added to our roll.
This year the Commercial Club has adopted a new policy in its membership and
purpose. Senior students whose grade average in commercial subjects is 2,5 or above
are eligible for membership. A very fine group has worked especially hard to make the
elub worthwhile. As well as supplying each member ot' the faculty with private secre-
tarial serviee, the club undertook thc publication ot' the Trinily Ili-Buul.: a student
handbook. Tile club hopes to establish the publishing ot' this handbook as a tradition.
The club members are eager to gain practical experience which they feel will help
them in the business world.
'l'lu- ll':ll'lic squad nl' 'l'i'iuily lligli Suluml is llll Illlllllllllilllilll ul' UIIIBUI' c'lalss.liu'i1 cliuscli
lu Illlkll nlul lllSllllLl IILXX lBllllIlN ln ulwxuu llu in llllll.f ll nllu ilmuul ilu ulnml
--i - -
" 'luwf-z"gllz'g 'Q "1
xquaul lo su- lliul lrullu' is lllI'L't'l1.'Kl :is urrlvi'ly mul Cl'lIl'lCI1llj' as
ll is ilu' mlulx ul' llil
Xl llllNLlll llu- squul i-misisls ul niiu-in-on lmys SllllZllL'll all l'Cl'l1llll places 111
0 1 5: mils' -. .v ' 'ff' ' - ' f' u
lkgllldlt ll iliu lmolh in tli hills xml lmlm Xi tlu lllhllllllllg ul ilu silimrl tum ll
lllL'llllN.'l'S ol' ilu- squaul wi-rv pre-xciituil with zirmlmziluls. signifying that tlu-y wc-rc nu-mln-rs
ol ilu' SlllIlL'lll pallrul. llu' squzul illllll'CL'llllCS their duly fm' llu-y l'l'illlZl' lllul llu'y :irc
lncing ul' great hcnclil in ilu-ir sa-luml.
The Senior Class Play-1936
"'l'IlIi xixxiu-:ls lclxcr'
Ry lu. S. lin'
'l'lu' Llama nl lSl.llw was vcry prnucl In lu- zllmlc In pimilllcc an play wrillcn by llll'll
" 0 slurx' ul' an num who Ill'l'1llI10ll lu- was il f 1 - clilii-
llllllllbl All I S ll.i3 lli 5 ling, and tlu
cullics lu- 0XpL'I'lCllL'L'll l!l'4lYllll'Cl :ui cvclling ol' rlcliglilfnl cnl1'l'I:1innu-ni. 'l'lu- fulluwillg
umliilnutul lu cl lmllu llli I 1 x
1-nsl's ullcctivc actin
" ' 1 'gi' 5' 1 - s "usa ul' lu' mln-': Clow Gray. Nlunirar
lxlcnlrs. livliy Martin. llulli Klnunls, liluuiiui' Sclimicl, livclyn xV1llll'l'5, llulwrl fiamicr
U-ilu lmolilvl' l"iul lXllLlll'l', William BlcCl'c1'4:l'y. lluininic Manu-ini. licnncllm 'l'rulxy, :nu
The Girls' Chorus has ilnproved very much this year. Many more girls have joined
making a total ol' sixty in the chorus.
YVc have taken part in lnany assembly programs, have sung at thc l"irst Christian
Church in NVashington, and have participated in the NVashington County Music Contest
at lientleyville, receiving second place.
VVe are now practicing for an operetta entitled, "ln Old Vienna," to he given early
NVe wish the chorus next year even greater success and more improvement.
At the heginning ot' the school year, the Boys' Chorus consisted ol' ahout twelve
boys. At the beginning ot' the second selnester this number was increased to approxi-
mately twenty-llve, and each boy has given Mr. Schmidt very line co-operation.
The chorus has made several appearances this year. They sang in several distl'icl
churches and in student assemblies. In addition, the chorus was entered in the County
Music Contest, in which they came out near the top with the second place. The chorus
will play an important pal'l in the i'til'lllL'0ll1iIlg operetta and also in comlnencelnent
It may truthfully he said that the Boys' Chorus this year has heen the lwesl Trinity
has ever produced.
Band And Orchestra
Although many important members of the band and orchestra were lost by gradua-
tion. their places have been ably tilled by the oncoming Freshmen and upper classmcn.
The hand enlivened the proceedings at pep meetings and assemblies, and also
all home football games. As the season progressed, the hand jllatlllflllj muged into an
orchestra by the addition of violins. The orchestra, this year, is bigger and better than
ever. we think. Although the number of members is limited, it is the quility thlt
counts. XVe are rapidly progressing under the leadership of Mr. Schmidt: and. having
already played in assemblies, we also are, in the future. going to play in the operetta.
at commencement and hope to play in many other social functions of the year. As very
few of the band and orchestra will be lost this year by graduation. next year we will
have both quality and quantity.
lTl1e Trinity Reporter
1 ' 1
"The Trinity Reporter" is a monthly paper issued by the Trinity Chapter. Future
Farmers of America. The tirst issue was put on sale in November, and it has been
successfully published every month since.
"The Trinity Reporter" has three aimsg they are: To give the students training in
paper publishing and related activities: to give the school a much needed monthly paper:
to five the F. F. A. iublicitv in school and throu fhout thc s
lv . in
Financing the paper is most complicated, but we succeeded in selling advertisements
to patrons and friends of the school. The income from these advertisments added to
the selling price ot' the paper has lnade the paper self-supporting financially.
XVe expect to keep this paper going next year bcause we think it is a good plan.
-llfuntv S. Mounts, Erlilur
After a month. of practice the Seniors produced their successful play. "Growing Pains"
by Aurania ltouverol. The enthusiasm with which it was received at both performances
proved that both the play and the acting were excellent.
Deli fhtful humor Jervaded the mlav and aided its Jresentation. Georfe and Terr '
l-. i .I . it la 3
Mclntyre tound themselves tossed in the cataracts ot adolescence and were reluctant
to heed the advice of their bewildered parents. The end, of course, was bright and prom-
CIIALMIQR Cowmi. . . . . .George .llelnlyre
lil'I'l"I'Y Camo ......... . . . Terry .llc-lnlyre
ltIAaoAua'l' S'rr:x nousre ...... Jlrs, .'lleInl11re
lixin. MAHKUXV ........ Professor .llelnlyre
Mftlrrnfx Ronnie ...... ............ S ophie
Saas Mt:Cr.lcx,vrH.xN. . . . ..llrs. Pullersnn
VIRGINIA l,tll.l'IN Elsie Pallerson
. . . .Traffic Officer
limvxun Suamk . .
.Lune lllAlt'I'lN . . .
FRANK KUZY. . . . . .Omar
ALVIN Maxx. .. .... Ilal
ltoiusar GAYVl'Ilt'I'. . ...... Pele
lllARY Cmnso .... . , .Prudence
lima Hitman . . . .... Fully
HELEN Ponies. . . ,,,, Jam,
hlAlt.l0ltIli l'os'r. . . , ,jlfriqnn
Euwima liAYl.las. ., ...Viviun
li. S. ITAY ..... ............. I lireclor
-Dono'r H Y
girls. The qualifications ol' ll Queen are: beauty. poise, personality, friendliness an
May Day Festivities
'l'rinity's spacious campus forms un ideal background for the May Dany festivities
Many Daly was first held in 1934, and is fast becoming il cherished tradition ot' the school
l'he Girl Reserve Club is the sponsor ot' this beautiful and impressive ceremony. 1
The nominees for Maw lueen are chosen bv the senior bovs from anion f the senic
. . . A
oyulty. 'l'he entire school votes upon this list of nominees, and the girl who receive
the highest number ot' votes has the honor ot' becoming the Queen ol' the Many.
May Day Festivities
Thu Girl licsclwcs form an aisle through which thv proccssiuli passes. 'l'hc lI1L'l'lllll'l'S
ot the fJllL'CllqS court arc: hllllli-Uf'llUllUl'., Beauty, l'crs1mulity. Puisc, lmyulty :mil
l-rlvmllincss, Spirit ut' Trinity. Spirit ut' Spring. Class Attumlnnis, Fluwvr Girls, Cruwn
'rnlils, llngus :incl lilziy Pole clnliccrs.
Each your thu May Daly festival has gained the :ittontinn ot' many visitors and
patrons of the school until ova.-n our facilities :irc taxed to cure for those aillcmling the
Trinity Chapter F. F. A.
Continued from Page 87
organization. Thus far, the "Reporter" has been well received by the students, alumni
and patrons, and we hope to be able to continue our venture with even greater success.
Another accomplishment of the chapter was the winning of third place in project
contest sponsored by the Department. of Public Instruction. In doing this we had a
total of ten winning projects.
Three of our members were awarded the honorary Keystone Farmer degree at the
annual meeting of the Keystone Association ot' Future Farmers of America held in con-
nection with the Pennsylvania Farm Show at Harrisburg. The three who were so honored
are Dan Brown, Harry Morris, and .lolm Stavovy. Harry Morris was elected secretary ot'
the Keystone Association.
Albert Bigler and Richard Baker were chosen from among our ranks to play in the
Keystone Band which entertained almost one-halt' million visitors at the 1937 Farm
Show. This band is composed ot' one hundred pieces, and its members are chosen from
various F. F. A. Chapters.
The Chapter is now busy selling seeds to help finance the sending of judging teams
to the annual Future Farmers' week which will be held at State College in .lune. The
Chapter will send approximately twenty representatives to participate in the various
Continued from Page 90
talks on various subjects, pertinent to college life, by several members of the Club. A
brief resume of all the colleges in which members of the Club were interested was
reported by the information committee. The program committee, headed by Helen
Polen, has done much to furnish the Club with interesting programs throughout the year.
The social events of the season have been: Candlelight Service for the initiation of
seventeen new mmbersg a Hallowen Party in the dining roomg Christmas Party with
gifts for all, held in the new music room, and a very impressive Afternoon Tea in honor
of the Seniors on Valentine's Day, by the Juniors of the Club.
Miss Ruth Zediker is Adviser to the Club.
S e n i o r H i - Y
Continued from Page 91
C. A.: Dr. James B. Anderson and Mr. Adam Sanders, ot' XV. J. College: and Mr. E. S.
Day and Mr. James Clark, ot' Trinity High School.
The club engaged in numerous activities which included the building and giving
of a Ping-Pong table to the school. Our social activities consisted of a Hi-Y dance, two
parties for the Trinity Girl Reserves, who in return held one in our honorg and a Best
Girl party for Hi-Y members only.
Trinity was ably represented at the State Conference at Harrisburg by our leader,
Mr. E. V. Ross, and our Vice President, Raymond Poten. XVe were entertained later
by hearing about their interesting experiences in the capital city. At the Southwestern
Older Boys Conference, held this year at Canonsburg, Trinity was also well represented.
Our club sent six delegates who returned with interesting reports about the managing
of other Hi-Y Clubs.
On February 22, forty boys went to visit the Y. M. C. A. in Northside, Pittsburgh.
The boys owed their delightful trip to our faculty member, Mr. lt. K. Paxton, through
whom the invitation was received.
March 23 was the date on which the club had charge of devotions during a Hi-Y
Rally at Cecil.
The club has enjoyed a most successful and inspiring year. It is earnestly hoped
that it will continue to prosper in the future.
ALVIN A. MUNN. Secretary
We wish to thank the following organizations for their efforts and
co-operation in helping to make the Olympus a success:
EVANS STUIJIO--MF. Vincent Evans.
ROBERT RAWSTTHURNE Co.-Mr. Charles Sprankle.
S. K. SMITH Co.-Mr. Earl Evans.
WARD PRINTING Co.-Mr. Dale O. Miller and Mr. Ed. Gaul.
To those whose support have aided in making the Olympus possible,
we wish to express our appreciation and to call to the attention of the
students and patrons the many organizations which place advertisements
in this Olympus.
BROWN 86 HUSTED, Inc.
FORD 1: LINCOLN :: LINCOLN ZEPIIYR :: lVlO'l'0ll CARS
Day and Night Service
235 liasl Maiden Sl. VVashinglOn, Penna.
Cement Contractors Builders Supplies
Ready Mixed Concrete
40-1 South Main St. Was?hington, Penna.
Know Your Ice Cream
Pay us a Visit
For Your Next Suit
Eat T H E H U B
IMPERIAL Corner Chestnut and Franklin
LANG'S FUR SI-IOP
25 West Chestnut Street
PAUL 86 POST
P. Can please you
and furnish you with your
for the Home and Farm
TIIH S'l'RONGI'IS'l' EVIDICNCH NVIIY "TliINI'l'Y SENIUHSN SHOULD
Continue Their Educzllion ul
PENN STATE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
It is evidenced by tho incl thot thoso who wore gnulllzuicci l'roin Trinity
and who conlinucd their cducalion nl Penn Slntc'
:Irv now l'llllJi0y0d as follows:
Arthur Rnylos., ,.
......NiK'iiGi'S Bakery Ofh0P.......
. ...Mnrtin's Ferry
EIYIKJQQQIIQ Cziton ,,..,,,, , ,A,, Rod Cross Oftire ..i.,, ,,,,.... W ashington
Umm- Burney ..i..,.,,,,,,, ,,,, . WV:1shington Rrewvry.. .. .. ,,,,,.,. Washington
Mabel Jane Svhmulz ...A,.
Margzlrvl IVICCTGHIIIIIIIIIH. ,
. ,,,, Contrz1ctor'S Ofiico ,,,,,,, ,
Elezulor Condit ...... ...,..,,. . .. ,.,,. Pau-km-d Motor r.,r,,,.. .....,.. W ashinpgton
Emogene Post ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, TIIIIIUEIII .Q Miller Glass... .. ....,.,. Washington
Donald Seiler., ,.,,,,,,, Nickel's Bakery Office ,,,,,,.. ,.,,i. . Washington
John Zitko ........
li'0oP1'al Revennm DPDZIITIII-lffllf..
Albert 1VIcKe-Q ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,,,, I jl'il1CiIl21i,S Office ,,.,,.,,,, Trinity H. S.
Laura Mae Byers.. , ,,,Re-EJi1111loy1ne11t Agency ,,,,,,, . ,,,. Uniontown
SUMMER Ssoc 'no i FALL
TERM A J TERM
June 7 Ruff SEPT. 7
PENN STATE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
li. B. MUNTZINU, I'1'1's1'1If'11I
PnoNE C1220 : VVIRITH Box 255 : On C.xl.i. IN Plcnsox
S a m i l s 0 n ' s
LADIES' READY T0 XVEAR
Stl North Mnin Street
WASHINGTON , MOULD, MACHINE and FOUNDRY CO.
FORGE SHOP MACHINE SHUI' FOUNDRY
Glass House Moulds, Machine Parts. Acetylene VVelding,
BELL Pnomss 3210-3211
Madison nnd Green Aves. VV:ishington, Pa.
S JEWELRY STORE
Q . i Showing at wonderful selection of the new
LOIIIIJIIIIICHIS ot things in jewelry and novelties for both men
und women. 1 : 1 : 1 2 2 2
- Elgin and Hamilton Watches in their latest
model eases: all prices. See them before
buying a wzitvh. It will be a pleasure to
CO. show them to you : : : : 2 :
White gold filled link watch bracelets of
every description : : : : : 1
I 41 North Main Street
The Store with the Street Clock
VALENTINE 86 MURRAY
George NV:ishington Hotel J
Washz'ngf0n and Jefferson College
COIlgl'iltlll2Ili0llS and Bos! VVisl1cs lo the Grzuluuling Class
xxVZlSllil1:Ql0ll'S l,l'1Nlillg Monk :md Boys' Slorv
"Always First With the Latestn
George B. Sprowls 81 Sons
Cluysvillv :mel XVZlShil1Q'l0ll, Pcnnsylvamizn
W. R. DAVIES
AMIGIRICAN Ull. tlUlN'lI7ANY l'li0Dl.lt1'l'S
820 NVOst Chvstnut Strccl VVusl1ington, Pu.
G. C. MURPHY CO.
"Tha Slow' tl'l11'1'f' Your .llonvy liovx l"1u'lIu'r"
.13 North Main Stu-ct VV2lSlllllgl0ll, Po.
JAMES M. LYDIC 86 COMPANY
35 linst Pint- A
I to Furnish All Printing ticquira-nlcnts
N'0lllll' Washington, Pu.
lt is wllh much grntittult- that Cnlctwt-ll's
has notctl cvcl' lllL'l'CllSlllg llllIllllCl'S ol'
young pcoplc who nrt- making this pro-
gressive- store their shopping In-zulqllnl'tc1's.
Xou will linal Cnltlwcll's nwnkv to t-nch
ery mlcnnnnl ol' tho youth ol' today.
l 107 l
ROBERT C. CROUCH c1o1v1P1.1M1eN'1's OIF
IIELI, PUUNIQ 1006-.I S. T. HOUGH DAIRY
Paint Glass Wallpaper -1
The Sherwin Williams Cu. Gm, JcH.crSUn Avcnuc
219 West Chestnut Street Vvushinglmls pu.
Wustllillgtolln Pu. PHONE 954
LEWIS PAINT AND GLASS CO.
239 West Chestnut Street WQISIIIIIQIIJII, Pu.
S. B. MCWREATH DAIRY
VVhen You Think ol' IIlSlII'IlllL'C
ANDERSON 86 POLLOCK
1,1-18 VVest NVIICCIIIIQ' Street NNQISIIIIIQTOII, Pu.
Bell Phones 1295 or 1296
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT AUTO
SCOTT MOTOR CO. WASHINGTON MILLING
C H E V R O L E T
fm. 1937 Mlllllll'ZlL'ILlI'L'l'S oi'
Iligh Graulc Flour und Focal
Thr' Cwmlllvif- Cul' my wlw1-L- Your lmlm- VVill
Cmnplvtcly Nvw Give u Dollar Valua-
OLD TRAIL MOTORS, INC.
26 Ezlsl Muidcn Slrcct XVUSIIIIIQIOII, Ijil.
VVHEN ITS FLOVVERS YOU WANT,
OUR FLOWERS LAST LONGER
WM. J. WARRICK, JR.
15 East Rcuu Street Our New Location
ARE YOU A COMMUNITY RUILDER?
If Noi, NVl1y Noi?
l'rzIr0n1':1' Your IIOIIN' M1'l'1'l1ul1Is
WASHINGTON BAKING COMPANY
It Is WASHINGTON LAUNDRY
THOMPSON,S 305 West lVlllilll'll Struct
If It IS Pliouc 315
Hardware in Washingtoii AH Kinds of Laundry
l,llUNli 1021-.I tiiasioimczic Piioivia 1021-M
GEORGE M. WILSON
Auto lit-pziiring ol' All Kinds Towing Service
32 Host Chestnut Stri-rt, xV1lSilllIgl0ll, Pu.
Ross Independent il Ce.
American Oil Company Products
Quaker Stulc Motor Oils General Tircs
Pittsburgh Stccl Products Philip Curt-y Roofing Mutcriuls
Willurcl Bzittwics Drlco llzulios
Complete Lino ot' Autoniolmilc Acccssorics
Coluplctc Lino ot' llomc Flll'lllSlllllgS
Huy tlicm from your ncnrcst Amoco Drulcl'
or Authorized NVillu1'il Scrvirc Sllllillll
XVASIIINGTUN, PA. PIIUNIC 2500
3823 XVICST Clll'1S'l'Nl"l' bl'lilil'I'l'
Twenty-four Hour Service
1115 8557 OFAL1.
DUNBAR 86 WALLACE LUMBER COMPANY
llll5 .I0iI.l'l'SUll Avo. XXVZISIIIIIQIOII, Pu.
liVl'lliY'l'llING T0 BUILD ANYTIIING
YOU'LL NEED IT SOME DAY
'Fllore will come an time when f'
ZNIUIIIIZIIG Lilo IllSlll'illll'Ki protevtion .
will Iwo as vital to you as the
clothing you WQL11' Zlllll the food
This being truo, it seems logical
ha11'1'ic'z1de tlQ,'1lIllSl uluny ol' the huz
.7 ' urtls to which 1112111 is exposed.
gl' nu: -u . . .
,IQRUIIENTIAL The Pl'lldQ'1lfll1I has 110110108 c-sue
.'5YFf'4GTN0' uiwll devised for ouufft 1' lllfill, to
11 smnAl.'nn I y y 7
gf, ollalilv them to gut. il "flying start'
JUNK I' DHYDIN
to start uow. in youth, to erevt this
' in 2lL'l1llIl'ill2 protectioll.
M. C. I.lGlil'I'lVI", Supf-rin!M1111-111
XVllSlllllUlUll Trust Bllililillff XV:1sl1i11fflo1 Pu.
D U' 11 I'
THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY
llomv Ullliicc Newark, N. J.
Coal 1 Coiicrclt- Blocks 1 SI:
Prompl Dolivcry Sc-1'vicc
387 XVQ-sl Chcslnul Sl.
lil oumii lil ,
Milli., ,ffMl, :uid llorul url ztwull your Ul'Ill'l'
l9Q'clL U t
Q 15 if McDONNELL'S
lltilgx J ill, FI,0VVI'Ill sum'
kool' it 27 NVcst Chestnut Slrvc-l
IN YOUR Iil11FliIGlill.X'l'iill WzlSI1illgli,ll. Pu.
AT HOME P1-1oN1a 733
ISALY'S DAIRY STORE
VVIIRING and SUPPLIES
60 East Beau Street
I'lVlillYl'IllNC FOR 'l'lllC OFFICI
J. A. RUNGO '
FIWITS :mtl VICGICTABLFS All ninkes ul' Typewrilers :Ind
trll0ClCllIICS Umm, Supplivs
Adding Muehlnes, Safes
233 South Main Street
Telephone Your Order
VV1' XVill Give It Prompt
A'l"I"EN TI I JN
Steel Files, Shelving
Desks, Chairs, ele.
57 West Chestnut Street
J. K. LAWSON
Huy : Grain : Feed 1 Coal 2 Builders' Supplies
320 East Maiden Street XVnshingt0n, Pu.
Blau. P11oNls 76
KEEP THE MEMORY UF THIS MOMENT FOREVER FRESH
Thouylzls yo slmying lmvlc, lllosv days, lo lhul so-long-rlyo
lime' 1011011 you 011l1'1'1'rl svhool us om' of llur frfslwsl of
1"l'l?S1IlN!'ll. HfJlIlI'l12b!'F:, W'1'lI you l'Ul'I' forgot? xvllllldllyl
fl be yroul lllough if you had u plzoloyruplz of yoursrflf on
lhul PUl'lllflll 0l'l'lISl0I1 I'
H'l1y uol lolvpllomf rfylll now for on uppoizzlmmzl?
XVI' will llI'l'llllyl' llu' limo lo suil your l'0llI7f'lll-l'Ill'!'.
The uumlwr is 2100-J
Cffjhe 'Uincent Evans Studio
UU N. MAIN ST. VVASHINGTUN, PA.
The Youghiogheny and Ohio Coal Company
ENTERPRISE SIZED COALS
DOMESTIC and STEAM
Phone VVushington, Pu., 1568
Call Your Dculvr
Complimemf of A Friend
NVorld Famous Puckal fc Chocolzllus and 5-Cont Bars
Entire Line ol' Sporting Goods
BASEBALL : FOOTBALL : TENNIS : GOLF
Made in lllc NN70l'lll'S l1Zll'gl'Sl Sporting Goods Factory
Arc llislrihulcml lixclusivcly by
E. ll. Sackville Company
176-18-l South Main Strcct XKVZISIHIIQUJII, Pu
Washington Union Trust Company
Checking, Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposit
Acts in All Fiduciary Capacities
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
School Savings Depository
Trustworthy Nlerchandise P E N N
lleasonable Prices Sanitary gleaming
No High Pressure
Truly Tested Feeds
Your Logical Trading Place
Zip Service Call 112
133 South Main Street
Washington Plumbing, Heating
and Supply Co.
Acetylcne VVelding and Supplies
67 West Cherry Avenue
Sears Roebuck 85 Co.
NVE SERVE THE NATION SHOP AT SEAITS
lilvctric Gasoline VVnsl1cl's "C0IcIsp0t" llvI'rigvrutors
lizulius, Tuhos und Batteries Stows Furniturm-
Plumlming and llvating Systcms TTZlI'IlNV1ll't' lioofing
Poultry Supplics "Dz1vicI Bl'aulvly" F2ll'lI1 lVlilCllllN'l'y
llurncss and Supplies NS0l'OL'Ou Paints xvllll Pupcr
Automobile Parts "Allstate" Tirvs Slums
Molm' Oil Kitchen lltcnsils Auto l'l:1ttm-ries
XVurk Clothing. Fishing :md Camping Nom-mls, vtc.
P. C. PALMER, Manager
BEST WISHES FROM A FRIEND
Il QI! 33 7 'D ILY M1 ID IU S
WARD PRINTING COMPANY
OBSERVER BUILDING WASHINGTON, PA.
WIIIQAWIEIL BVI :Us
,WNW af upnm M1110 11 00! W N FIIIJWMIK A v. N
1 Wu! - -fr , 3 A K ff- TN- J
' vig. ' 5' in ?I!.+,, ln ill 34-
' f- 0.-, -ii 'W - i I. l 4Jr
-I , r-.-.w -' " ' xxx, moi
1 Nfff, i1.Q'f"z"":
A "-5'?liy. X "4 'J 18
LUNV FAIRICS-MODERN BUSSICS
CllAlt'l'lCli SERVICE FliliQlll'lN'l' SClll'IDUl.IiS
CONSl'l.'l' Yfllfli LOCAL AGICNT
Congratulations, Class ol' 1037
PLAN YOITH Wu' Ur! livery success-
l'ul career has been a planned career.
The wise business lnan sets sensible
ohjectives I'or hiniselt' and niovcs
toward them every day. As l'asl as
one objective has been gained, a new
should he established.
Thcrv is always plenty of room
ul llzc top-so "hitch your wagon to
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
M EM lllill
Federal Reserve System
Federal Deposit Insurance
DeSoto ck Plymouth Passenffcr Cz
CHARTIERS MOTOR CO.
20 North Franklin Street
Al.. G. S'ric1:11, Mgr.
TYGART VALLEY GLASS C0.
Manufacturers High Grade
PACKERS AND PRESERVERS GLASSWARE
BIRCH 86 SON
Coinplclc line ol' Candies und Fountain Supplies
28 Jefferson Slrvcl
Bell Phone 2900
Dodge and Plymouth Cars
Dodge Brothers Trucks
-ll I1lQlStjMlllIlCll Street
WM. CLARK MORRISON
Gi-ncrzil Farm VVork
'l'ln'cshing, Bnlcing, Silo Filling
Plowing, Disking, and
VV:1shington, R. D. No. 1
CLASS RINGS CAPS AND GONVNS
IIERFF-JONES COMPANY Mc:CAR'l'IIY AND MOORE
C5716 Emblem ompan
I111ril'1'x you In izzsprwl llufir' 1-nmpI1'11' Iim' of
FOR YOUR PERSONAL SATISFACTION. DEFER SELECTION
UNTIL YOU HAVE OUR REPRESENTATIVE CALL
ID. A. ENIQIX, I7Vfll1llgl'I'
TROPHIES UNION TRUST BUILDING
MEDALS PITTSBURGH, PENNA.
- -, -l'fi1f'4lv14
.-1, . ' 1
v. 4 'Eu , I
. Ti 4,-,rp , S
W .- 2 im' J
in. , z
- 1 .W 'B
..- . .
, 11,1 In
A-ii , TY' , ,
5771: V 'LI'
,. ,. - -
1 fj ' I
. 'rr '-
v f C .
, ,- 'N A 1
W 4125 .L
lj J " ,f
, -I' .
- , ,. Q
I N., ,,. N
' ' Uni ua? ales M
I 1 I Y In J lcjv W
A K x " "-- 'if- " "" 7'.51?4-f"" -"ir'cAf' '. -5. - - -V
. I' I I nw . a LI ,
w " " 9'
. ,F ,Ui
I' ' ,V
fl' in .ka
Z . d km wp
I 'X A - T '
-J' Y. ,ge V- 1 :- i "-1
,.,A--1- L.. , .' A- 3 1-
,. , . A ,. lf ..!.! , ,,, ,A -uf f-
' r . -" f-gni-lf.. 3: ,n 7'.fi,, N A. ' ,Q
J Q ' .X ,I H1 .1 nv
L., ,, r .1 X 9-5
:- il- U- , '
. A , J-1
, f 1 ' L
-va 5' . ' . ,E-.
-. v ' . . H L U 1-'EQ X' fy ' ,,. 3. d
-Inq! . Zh. --gill, , .1
.- 'Pu ' .. ,a.4!.-. - V ' - V-
.' -' IFF' 1 k..,,L.-1? A '- 'rl-
' 'y' -'- I.. , . Q,
. .1 , V. .vi LV -f N ui ,
L ' gh' ,L 'f H , . , - 5 '
g .X ' ,sf-X 'l. T- , ,' , 1
Mi W' 'LQ 'Ji' ' lily Q ' ' -"
-'l"'A7'i IQWS., -...lx
.1 .V ,- 1. . , V -
in - , ' Y 5-' ' . Q ' Lf' '
IV' - I ' H , I' ." ' 5
V ' 4 11
lv 0' - Pi
- -- -e 1 g
, gifgq " - 1 . - , nl f:
x - . " A - , .
-1 .- 1' N",
.F wk rj. -
. A ' A - .wif
4 V. " -L.
w , ,: Y- ,,
' - 3
I g. ,U ' . 1 A ':H
f- Y - .'f'1i'g
u, - ., .,-x x - -M131--,. 1 4 --
A 1 , !g,. - '--Gif -" .
1 7- . .. . 4 "-i,':'1: T J.1""'
' F ' It ..., - 0 ITU"-- '5
' 5 F ..,,. jg--W ..i 4-, TL. V 5 4: V - 5,1 xl
1 ' , 4- I, 1, - K gg..-
' ' X n V if fi- f"-ff " fb 'J' JF- EH
' w I, J , 'P' .1 1 -ww l.1,y-.-,J
' .Y " -'?TfA?' 'L Pfji'-:-.
.,-::Q+,J. '. Q- - 1: -T: "H f
. . , v- uk rg' . t
. - , 4 . 1 42 '51
. , , -- ..J f- If
. v.y YG, - u, ,. v fl,
.- - 4 Q f . ,
,- P' ' V N ' wi--'H H
. - , . A .15 Vw , ,.
V . -' - -'-- 'JI' E.
- -'11-gi: , f 4 P. ' 'fir-ai L Wi". - "iff .-
' 4 4 fl ' link
.- -4, I
. t qt L.
.2 f ..
. V -fffzz,
' 2 'Z
A . -1 -:':'f
- ', ,I
X. ' 1:3
, W F W V l ..v,,u, ,
" " SQ I I
, -M . . , - 'rf'-' '."f4H1,-qu-g.,,Qaff,,.'--'vii
T 'TSASHHTAQS 1 " . -. 'A in-Q54 -'ff
N 4 .J A
N- ri F- -yA +- ..ff,-si!11p.f -. .. JU. I 1, N- -' ,M 1 u,
" "+' " vii '?!!..,.n ,-'2.f1':i-if P V . . "Ma" 234-.if'.-Efripriifif .21
Suggestions in the Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.