Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA)
- Class of 1941
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Text from Pages 1 - 126 of the 1941 volume:
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In keeping with a tradition at Trinity High School,
we, tl1e staff of the t'Olyn1pus," take a great and sincere
pleasure in dedicating this, the fourteenth edition of our
MR. ROBERT S. WILSON
our Assistant Principal for five years and a nielnber of
the Trinity faculty for the past eight, years. During these
years, he has become fanliliarly known to the entire stu-
dent body as "R.S.,'
As a teacher of French and Algebra, we have seen I1
leader of a classroom, as our Assistant Principal, we
have watched an executive skillfully perform his duties,
and, as a friend, we have found in hini those qualities of
consideration, sincerity, lllld cooperation. To Mr. VVilson,
as treasurer of our athletic association and of the "Olym-
pus," is deserving of the deepest appreciation a11d the
111081 hearty thanks of the entire student body.
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H, VV. GABBY Gnonou D. ALLISON DAVID S'rnNHoUs1-: ll. A. ltA'xK1N
Presideni Vice President Secrefarr TI'e'f1SL1r6I'
North Frankhn Canton South Strabane AHIWGH
H. H. Cn,n.n J. S. GIBSON D. XV. HUGHES EARL JACKSON
Amwell Amwell North Franklin Amwell
I. W. LEECH RALPH LOHR J. 0. LUTES W. I., FwIc:Cn151nzY M. R Pmu
South Strabane North Franklin Canton Canton Canton
S. R. REI-:DY ANTHONY RoMANo E. VV. SHRONTZ A. L. SMITH C. I IAHR
South Strabane Canton Alnwell South Strabane North Fldlllxllll
MARGARET F. ULERY J. H. XVARNE
Canton North Franklin
A MESSAGE EROM THE
BOARD of EDUCATION
The Directors ol' Trinity High School appreciate the work ot' the
Principal, the teachers and thc pupils. You are all working togethcr for
the same goodfto make Trinity a better school.
VVhen there is so much uproar, and so inany unscttlcd conditions
in the world, when one man, without respect for anything, is trying to
dominate the world, it is time for us to stop and think. You boys and
girls who are leaving Trinity this year should take this little slogan
with you: "Think twice hetorc you act."
Trinity High School
Board of Education.
W An HE
James R. Braden 1933 Robert S. Wilson 1933
Principal Assistant Principal
UniversityofPittshurghgXVash- VVashingon and .Ietl'erson Col-
ington and Jetterson Colllege, lege, 13.8.5 Frenchg Algebra.
UniV'3"Sity Of Plttsbultlh- "lVhere is your excuse bI11nl:?"
"Come lmelc fifllz period."
One ot' the characteristics that has made Trinity such a unique
institution is the cordial relationship between students, and taeulty.
Visitors to our campus have noted that this quality seldom exists in a
school of this size. The teachers are always willing to join with the
pupils in the various social activities that are held during the term. As -
t'or the more serious side ot' the program, we know that the instructors
are ready to help the students with the many problems that arise dur-
ing the course ot' the school year.
The Trinity students have developed this same loyal spirit in their
relations with each other. Il' this were not true, it would be impossible
to carry on the many extra-class activities that enrich the school pro-
gram. This same cooperation and team work is shown in every phase
ot' the organization.
Harry J. Brown 1939
lGrove City College B.S. and C.:
Adviser of liitle Club: Adviser
ol' Commercial Club: Com-
mercial Law: Bookkeeping:
Business English: Typewrit-
Lef's be serious about this mul-
James R. Clark 1935
Juanita College, B.S.: Gradu-
ate work, NVashington and Jet'-
ferson College: University ot'
Pittsburgh: Adviser of Sopho-
more Class: Member of Olym-
pus Statl': Director ot' Cheer-
ing: Adviser ot' Junior Hi-Y
Club: Science: Mathematics.
I.el's gel quiet back lherP."
Edwin S. Day 1931
Hiram College, AB.: Director
of Dramatics: Science: ling-
We're going lo fry ll new idea."
Milton T. Decker 1937
1Vayneshurg College, B. S.:
Graduate work: Pennsylvania
State College: California State
Teachers College: Civics: Phys-
Mary E. Dempster 1938
University ot' Pittsburg, A.B.:
Graduate work, University of
Pittsburgh: Head of Com-
mercial Dcpartment: Adviser
of Commercial Club: Adviser
of Freshman Class: Member of
Olympus Stall: Typxvritingg
.lunior Business Training.
"Ii should be done Ihis way."
Mary Donson 1938
lVestminster College, A. B.:
Graduate work, XVashington and
Jefferson College: Adviser ol'
JuniorClass: Journalism lNov-
el-TD: Director ol' Dramatics:
Adviser of Senior Girl Reserves:
Sponsor ot' May Day: English.
"Sc11rry uronnrl, and 1-onie in ilie
William Ellwood 1939
Pennsylvania State College, B.
Grace E. Griflin 1938
Pennsylvania State College:
Carnegie Institute of Teclmol-
ogy, B.S.: University ot' Pitts-
burgh: Drexel Institute of
Technology: Adviser of Fresh-
man Girl Reserves: Adviser of
Freshman, Home Economics
Club: Olympus Staff: Art: Vo-
cational Home Economies.
"ltd like io see if in pencil first."
Cleon S Hallam 1926
NVashington and Jefferson Col-
lege, A. B.. M. A.: Graduate
work, XVashington and Jel'l'er-
son College: University ol'
Pittsburgh: Member of Olym-
pus Staff: Problems ol' l3'emoe-
"One of my friends said. .. '
J. Arleigh John 1930
1Vashington and Jefferson Col-
lege, l3.S., M.A.: Member ol'
Olympus Staff: Associate Ad-
viser ot' Rifle Club: lilathemat-
ical Education: Football: S.: Assistant Supervisor ot' Ag- lies: Earth Science.
1Vrestling: Track. Ficulture- f'The bell has rung: IBIUS ge!
'I'Il be back in ll ITLlI1llf8.,y "Gel busy, fellows." qniel"
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Amelia C. Jones 1936
Indiana State Teachers Col-
lege, B.Sg head ot' Home Eco-
nomics Department: Adviser ot'
Home Economies Club: Advis-
er of Cafeteria Club: llonie
Come Io Home Room on lime."
Amba Kiblinger 1929
Ohio Northern, li.S.g Graduate
Work, University ot' Pitts-
burgh: Adviser ot' Sophomore
Class: Adviser of WP' Club:
Girls' Basketball Coaeh: Phys-
ical Education: Biology.
Goodbye, . -.... ."
Mary Louise Martin 1930
Vllheaton College, A.B.: Grad-
ute work, Columbia Universi-
ty: Librarian: English, Latin.
On Sahhatical leave, attending
Fniversity of Chicago, Librar-
'Our last year fueully member
who left us lo offend a Libmr-
J. William McKay 1938
lVayneshurg College. A. B.:
Graduate work, Slippery lloelt
State Teachers College: Advis-
er ot' Junior Class: English:
"Good morning .... "
Norman C. Mohn 1937
Duquesne University. B.S.: Car-
negie lnstitute ot' Technology.
BLA.: Director ot' Music.
"Do you want io buy ll lielcel io
fhe musical festival?"
James A. Moninger 1931
lVashington and Jet't'erson Col-
lege, B.S.g Graduate work.
YVashington and Jetterson Col-
lege: Adviser of Senior Class:
Member of Olympus Staff,
"You better gel in your riglzl
L .. s. ...Asz....... - . .
Donald W. Moore 1936
Duquesne l'niversity, li. S.:
Graduate work, Duquesne l'ni-
versityg Vniversity ot' Pitts-
burgh: Basketball Coach: liase-
ball Coaehg llistory.
"Could bite his jingermlils wlzrn
the boys :Io sonzelhing wrong."
Charles R. Morrison 1937
lVashington Business College:
Pennsylvania State College, ll.
S.: XVashington and .let'l'erson
College: Adviser of Future
Farmers ot' America: Super-
viser of Agriculture.
"This is the may I won! il done."
Ruth A. Myers
Muskingum College, B. A.: Li-
HG0 fo ihe office for Il Iule rur-
Emily E. Myers 1936
University of Pittsburgh, A.B.:
GI'LlCll12llC work, YVashington
and Jefferson College: A1ne1'i-
ean Literature: Civics.
It's immaterial to me."
Irene E. Robertson 1937
Carnegie Institute of Technol-
ogy, B.S.: Graduate work, Co-
lumbia University: University
of Pittsburgh: Geneva College:
Adviser of Commercial Club:
Member of Olympus Staff: Ad-
viser of Senior Class: Type-
writing: Junior Business Train-
ing: Commercial Geography.
Illl dictate some more material
E. Vaughn Ross 1929
XVashington and Jefferson Col-
lege, B.S., M.S.: Graduate work,
University of Pittsburgh: Ad-
viser of Freshman Class: Ad-
viser of Senior Hi-Y Club:
Member of Olympus Staff:
'Tomorrow ure might have a
friendly little quiz."
Mary R. Ross 1937
University of Pittsburgh, A.B.:
Graduate work, University of
Pittsburgh: Adviser of Coln-
mercial Club: Shiorthandg His-
"Come on, be honest about il."
Margaret C. Spriggs 1933
Geneva College, AJS.: graduate
work, University of Pittsburgh:
Pennsylvania State College:
Adviser of Camera Club: Ad-
viser of S.P.Q.ll. Club: Latin.
"The lardy bell has rung."
John L. Stewart 1938
lVashington and Jefferson Col-
lege, B.S.: graduate work,
XVashington and Jefferson Col-
lege: Adviser of Camera Club:
"There will be Il qui: lomorrowf'
J. H. Wilson 1933
Thiel College, l3.S.: Graduate
work, NVasbington and Jeffer-
son College: Biology: Vocation-
"All right nom, will you gel
H. Ruth Zediker 1933
Muskingum College A.li.: Uni-
versity ot' Pittsburgh, M.A.:
Adviser of Go-to-College Club:
"An honest confession is good for
Mrs. Cora Barney 1933
'H-llzouys mulcing somthing good."
C. Verner Gayvert 1931
Supervisor of Buildings and
"Refrain from Iliroming papers
on lhe l'!ll7l111ISn
A. Vincent McKee 1936
Trinity High School: XVasbing-
ton Business College: Penn
State Commercial College: Sec-
retary to the Principal.
"Oh, how me wish he could sign
our t'.l't'lISES again"
Dorothy Mounts 1939
Trinity High School: Penn
State Commercial College: Ol'-
"What Illtlllul we students do
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Vuuglllllt 11111 nice."
In the illllulllll ot' the 111e111orable year 1937, when the su111111er su11 was retreat-
i11g to a I1lOl'0 favorable region to the south, we e11tered the lnonstrous halls ot' this,
our Alina Mater, to begin our 1lI'Ill12ll'y course in preparation lor our respective parts
o11 the stage. VVell do I reineniber that first year, a year ol' work a11d yet a year ot'
play, one ol' failures and yet characterized by success.
VVe elected as leaders: Advisers, Miss Robertson and Mr. Bieryg Preside11t, Sani-
llly Swartg Vice President, Bob Porter, Secretary, Mauvclyn lltllltllllg Treasurer,
The early days ot' that year were stamped in the ineinories ot' all by an unco11-
querable sense ot' fear, we doubted our ability to cope with the big things ot' life-
wl1icl1 lI1ClLlCl8ll dictio11aries Zlllfl certain nicn. Nevertheless, through all the trials ot'
that year ot' introduction, with all the fears ot' authority in the person ot' seniors and
teachers, through all this, I say, we lived successfully, like the i.I'0Illl6l'Slll6Il ot' 48,
in forging a passage through the unknown regions.
Our sophoniore year was really but a continuation ol' the preceding year. As a
matter ol' tact, the introduction time was past, and we strutted through the halls witl1
as lllLlCll dignity as that llllCI1ll6d to be conveyed by the 1ll0Sl humble ol' the faculty.
VVe had discovered the characteristics ol' our surroundings.
Again we chose leaders: President, Samuel Swartg Vice President, Robert Por-
ter, Secretary, Peggy Morrison, Treasurer, Harold Porter. Due to the tact that Mr.
Biery C011lll1l,lCll l1is education at State College, Mr. Moninger became adviser.
A lew niolnents i11ter111ission Zlllil We continue witl1 our history, this time with the
lnolnentous junior year, a year when only those who are willing to spend tive years
Michael Goga Mike
Track lg Basketball Manager
2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4,
Home Room otlicer 4g Class
Vice President: Hi-Y 3, 4,
liand 1, 2
"He 111011161 make an efficient of-
Betty Peterson Bet
Girl Reserves l 2, 3, 44 Go-to-
College Club 3, 4: Home Room
Officer 1, 45 Class Sc-ccrtary -lg
Commercial Club Il, -ig May
Day l, 2, 3, 4: MT" Club 4,
Librarian 2 3, 43 Olympus
Staff 3, 4g Junior Paper Staff 3.
"Sweet things come in small
Joseph Puskarich Joe
Hi-Y 2g Commercial Club 3, 4,
Rifle Club 45 Band Zig Olympus
Staff 3, -lg Student Patrol 4g
Class Treasurer 45 Senior Play
"A boy whom we can depend on."
in high school can afford to lead a "butterfly lifef' But the glorious thought of being
just one year behind the seniors, and of sitting in chapel seats exactly like theirs, gives
such an air of importance to this state of existance, that juniors go round with a broad
grin and all-important skip.
This yearstands out because of the Junior-Senior Prom and Junior Play "Keep
Your Fingers Crossed." The otlicers were: President, Williain Drenickg Vice Pres-
ident, Loyal Weziverg Secretary, Peggy Morrison, Treasurer, Martin Cook. V
Now I am reaching my climax. The seats in chapel so enviously eyed for three
years are at last attained. Wliat a difference four years has made in them. Notice
especially the change in their walk from that self-conscious, unsteady step to a confi-
dent, pompous tread.
The seniors presented the annual play, held a dance and participated in other
social activities. We elected Wallace Comer, President, Mike Goga, Vice President,
Betty Peterson, Secretary, Joe Puskarich, Treasurer.
The Goddess ot' Fate has done wonders to help the progress of humanity, but
when, through her undiscovered artifices, she succeeded in the uniting for further
preparation those honorable personages, who compose the Class of '41-when she had
done this, I repeat, she accomplished one of the finally decisive steps in the progress
of socialistic achievements. For this class, besides its bright hope for a glorious
future, it has recorded itself in the social and educational history of the last four
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Irwin Amistade Star
Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Olympus
Staff' -lg Home Room Officer 2,
4g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2g
Mixed Chorus 23 Junior Paper
"Our len-o'eloelc scholar."
Lee Andrew Lee
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 President
43 Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4g
Mixed Chorus 2. 3. 4: Student
Patrol 45 Hi-Y 3, 4, Home
Room Officer 1g VVrestling 1.
"His girl friend lives in Gun
Jacqueline Arcure Jackie
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3.
"Une of the roller rinlc's lnesl
Phillip Arlotta Two-Ton
'Football 2, 3, 4.
"Oar feature football star."
Lester Ault Hammer Head
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Football 2, Penn
'tHe likes our SUlIIl0I1l0I'l3S.U
Joseph Backner Buck
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2,
3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
f'0ne of our baslzful athlelesi'
Erma Bainer Ermig
Home Economics Club 2.
"You wouldn't know she was
El8aIl0I' Baker Punkie
Band 1, 2, 3, -lg 'Home Room
Officer 1, 23 Girls' Chorus 1,
2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
"She tools a horn in lhe l1a11cl."
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Charles Batson Bud
1.I .A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
XVasbingon High School 1. 2g
Home Room Officer 3, 43 Girl
Reserves 3, 4.
"Wash Hi's loss lvas Trinityts
Jack Batson Berr
.lunior Hi-Y 1, 2g F.F.A. 1, 2,
20111: of our fulure farmers."
Evelyn Bayne Evie Lee
Home Economics Club 1, 23
Cafeteria Club 1, 2.
"She will soon be Mrs."
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Doris Jean Bedilion G G'
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Play Day 1, 2, 3,
4, May Day 2, 3, 4, Home
Room Officer 2, '6'l"' Club 4.
"lVhat will Kib do without her?"
Harry Bell 3 Bell
Claysvillc High School 1, 2, 3.
"A nice boy from Claysuillef'
James W. Benjamin Benge
Boys' Chorus 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Paper
"Can he singll'
Pearl Bennett Pete
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, S.P.
A2-1 future uuialrixf'
Roberta Bennett Berta
Go-fo-College Club 3, 43 Li-
brarian 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus
"Always willing to cooperate."
Frank Bernotas Miler
Track 2, 3, 4, Boxing 2.
f'0ne of Trinily's track stars."
Robert Blake Cooney
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1,
2, 3, 4, Football Manager 2, 3,
4, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Junior
Paper Staff' 3, NVrestling 1.
"The Batson flame is still burn-
Robert Bleifus A Robin
XVashington High School 1, 2, 3.
"lf he isn't absent-he is late."
Kenneth Breese Colonel
t'Quiel as u mousef,
Wallace Bruckner Champ
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Boys' Chorus
2, 4, Boxing 1, 2.
"Anxious to get a punch at Joe
Margaret Buchte Buck
Commercial Club 3, 45 "Tv
Club 4, S.P,Q.H. 3.
"She will make someone zz good
Mary Jane Buckels Buckels
Home Room Officer 3, Roches-
ter Junior High School 1, 2.
"A future Tennis Star."
Hazel Irene Caesber Susie
Margaret Cain Maggie
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Go-to-
College Club 3, 4, President 4,
Commercial Club 3, 4, Secre-
tary 4, "Tv Club 3, 4, Junior
Paper Staff 3, Olympus Staff
3, 4, Home- Room Officer 1,
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4.
"Our honor student."
Doris Mae Carlisle Chick
Cafeteria Club 3, -1, Home Eco-
nomics Club 1, 2, Girl Reserves
3, Go-to-College Club 3.
"She will make some man a good
Ruth Carson Ki!
Girls' Chorus 4, Claysville
High School 1, 2.
"We hope you liked our school."
Milford Chambers Mitzie
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
3, 4, Track 1, Boxing 1,
Basketball 1, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,
Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Home
Room Officer 1, 2, 3.
"He makes a good Master of
Girl Reserves 3, Basketball 3,
4, Home Room Officer 3.
"A frue friend of eueryoiiefi
Richard Church Dick
Hi-Y, Baseball, Basketball,
"Action speaks louder ihan
Hi-Y 3, 43 Commercial 3, 4,
President 4, Olympus Staff 3,
4, Junior Paper Staff 3.
:May I read the annoncements?"
Betty Jane Cook Cookie
Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4, Go-to-
College Club 3, -1, Commercial
Club 3, 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4,
"T" Club 4, Junior Paper Staff
3, 4, May Day 1, 3, Home
Room Officer 2, Librarian 3, 4.
"She likes io rifle."
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Mildred Cook Cookie
Home Economics Club 1, 2,
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Com-
mercial Club 3, 4, Junior Paper
Staff 2, 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4,
Basketball 3, 4, Home Room
Officer 3, 4, Play Day 1, 2, 3, 4,
Mav Dav 2, "T" Club 4, Sec-
"A flash on fhe Basketball floor."
Isabel Costello 4 'rf Subbie
Home Economics 1, 2, Com-
mercial Club 3, 4, Girl Re-
serves 1,-2, 3, 4, Olympus Staff
3, Play Days 2, 3, 4.
"Small, buf mighfyf'
Martin Cook C k, William Crawford Bill
00 ie .
Commercial H,Y I 2 ,S 4. H cademlb
Boxing 1,2, :rig Football man- 1' i 1 H ' Ome Room
ager 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3, Officer 1' 3' 43 Olympus Staff
Home Room OHTCCI' l, 2, 3, 4, 45 Rifle Club 1' 2' 39 S'P'QjR'
'11-.wk 1, 2, :sg Volleyball 3, 3, 49 Camera Club 3, 41 Jumoi'
Class Treasurer 3, Junior Pa- Play Cast'
per Sinn' 3, "He likes the college girls."
Home Room Officer, Vice Pres-
ident of Ag. Consul, Student
Patrol, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra
2, 3, 4, Camera Club.
"He is a whiz at phofographyf'
John N. Daugherty
'Aho you like Trinily, John?"
Carl Davidson Chink
Baseball 3, 4.
'IA future .lo DiMaggio."
Lillian Mae Donaldson Lilly
Cirl Reserves 3, 4.
"One of the few quiet Seniors."
William Drenick Bill
Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2,
3, 45 Baseball 2, Il, 45 Class
"An all llfllllllll atlilelef'
Frances Drezewski Pinky
Vocational 1, 2, Girl Reserves
3, 4g Commercial Club 3, 4.
"Olga is her pal."
Marion Duvall Buck
Senior Hi-Y Zi, 41 Track 1:
'lHarclly ever heard from."-
Duane Elliott A Red
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, -ig Ag. Council 4.
'A0ne of our farmer boys."
Girl Reserves 1.
"She hates to make speeches."
Leona Ferguson Fergie
Basketball 2, Il, 45 Home Room
Officer 1, 2, 31 Olympus Stall'
Zig Commercial Club 3, 45 '4'l"'
Club Sl, 4.
"She is the tallest girl al Trin-
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William L. Flagle Geezil
Basketball 1, 3, 4.
"His bus is never on time."
Fred Folkens Fritz
'fHv likes to skip school."
Clara Fowler Caddie
VVashington High School 1, 2,
35 Olympus Stall' 4g Girls'
Chorus 4g Girl Reserves 4.
"She likes our English teacher."
Sarah Fowler Sally
XVashington High School 1, 2,
33 S.P.Q.ll. 4.
l'She will make a good school
Bruno Franks Hink
Olympus 3, 4.
"He will win fame in drawing."
Virginia May Frye Ginger
Girl Reserves 4.
"A Hazel Atlas girl."
Willis Fullerton Bud
Olympus Staff 3, 4, Home
Room Officer 3, 4, Senior Hi-
Y 4, Student Patrol 4.
"One of Miss Gr'iffin's star url
Girl Reserves 1, 2, Home
Room Officer 1, 2, Girls' Chor-
us 1, 2, 3.
"She is lzeacled for mal1'imony."
Sammy L. Gaido Snuffy
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2,
3, 4, Vlfrestling 1, 2, 3, Vol-
leyball 1, 2.
f'The main spoke in the football
, A "si,-H
Ethel Ruth Gettig Butch
YVashington Seminary 1, Girls
Chorus 2, 4, Go-To-College
Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3,
4, Junior Paper Staff 3, Olym-
pus Stafi' 3, 4, Band 4, May
Day 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Li-
brarian 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
"You hear her before you see
Olga Giecek Q Okie
Home Economics 1, 2, Girl
Reserves 3, Home Economics
Club 1, 2, May Day 3.
"Silence is golden."
Commercial Club 3, 4, Band
"A friend lo all she meelsf'
Darrell Grable Gmble
hVZlSlllHgtOl1 High School l 2,
3, Boxing 4, Student Patrol 4.
"SlilI wafers rim deepf'
. , .,.
David L. Grimes Doc
XVrestling 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4,
Rifle Club 2, Track 1, Volley-
"A fllfllfe head of a big hospi-
Margaret Grimm Maggie
Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 2, 3, Commercial Club
"True io her one and onlyf,
Mauvelyn Hanam Mickey
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, May
Day 1, 2, 3, Drum Major 3, 4,
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Class Secre-
tary 1, Home Room Ollicer 1,
2, 3, Girl llescrve Council 4.
"She is alrearly spoken for."
Nrargaret Harvoth Shorty
f'Sma'll bill m ighfyfl
Ruth Harriet Haught Ruthie
Girl Reserves 1: Commercial
Club 3, 4g Play Day 2, 3, 4.
"She leads a life of silence."
Jean Frances Headley Jeanie
Go-To-College Club 3, 4g
Treasurer 4, Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, 45 Home Rooln Officer 1,
2, Girls, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 G.
R. Council 4g Junior Paper
Staff 35 May Day 2, 35 Com-
mercial Club 3, 4.
'tDo you like our facnlly Jean?"
Harry Heatley Flash
Josephine Hendricks Jo
Girl Reserves 1, 2g Librarian
"lVe think she would malce a
gnozl hair slylislf'
Mary Holmes Honey
Home Economics Club.
'tShe didn't like school very
Kenneth Hootman Kenny
Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Junior Play 33
Band 1, 2, 3, -ig Orchestra 1,
2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, 43
President 4, Vice President 31
May Day 2g lVrestIing lg Rifle
Club 1, 2, 3, Home Room Olli-
cer 1, 23 Junior Paper Staff
2, 3, 4, Olympus Staff 3, -lg
Student Patrol 4.
HHis inieresl is in lhe Junior
Aldene Horner Dene
Girls, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Girl
Reserves 1, 3, 4: Mixed Chor-
"She likes lo sing."
Robert Horner Deacon
Student Patrol Il, 41 Wrestling
lg Basketball lg Home Room
t'He has a sense of humnrf'
t'His eyes sparkle lnilh mis-
, Q in
1 rL,i1'f l
Paul Hulton Percy
F. F. A. 1, 2, si, 4, Ag. Officer 4,
Ag. Council 4.
Wine of the F. F. A. Boys."
Betty Jane Jackson Jackie
Home Economics Club 1, 23
Cafeteria 3, 4.
"A problem lo a cerlain he."
Marie Jeffers Jeff
Girl Reserves 2, 3, Home Eco-
nomics Club 1, 2.
"Girls, she has a handsome boy-
Arlene Johnson Arlene
"A quiet liflle Senior."
John Johnson Gilk
Inter-Class Basketball 1, 2, 3,
43 Basketball lg Softball 3, 4.
f'Likes red no mailer what color
. ' 1 J' J
Lucille Kendall Ken
Home Economics Club 1, 2,
Girl Chorus 3, Girl Reserves
1, Cafeteria 4.
"Has her cap set for a cerluin
last year graduate."
Ruth Kimberland Wiz
Girl Reserves 1 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 2, Majorette 3, 4, Jun-
ior Play-3, Librarian 2, 3, 4,
May Day 1, 2?
"Come on Ruth fell us who Jael:
Kathryn Kinder Kitty
Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
String Quartet 2, 3, lnterclass
Tournament 2, 3, 4.
"Our Senior songbirdf'
Elizabeth Klein Bez
Girl Reserves 2, 3, Home Eco-
nomies Club 1, 2, S. P. Q. R.
Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Home
Room Ofiicer 1, 2, 3.
"Our platinum Blond Senior."
Wanda Kolanko Wanda
Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4, Home
Room Officer 2, 4.
t'Has rhythm in her feetf,
Margaret Kosey Peg
Home Room Officer 2.
"She has plans of becoming ll
John Kostic Dud
Mille wonder if he likes schoolf'
Helen Marie Kozal
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Home
Ec. 1, 2, Harrisburg Pageant
2, Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3,
4, Sports Day 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 4, Junior Paper
Staff 3, 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4,
Library 4, "T" Club 3, 4, C0111-
mercial Club 3, 4, Go-'l'o-Col-
lege Club 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Basketball 4, Senior Play 4,
May Day 4.
"Always willing lo help ollzersf'
fy, A ' .,
A -',' e ,H
4 'e A
El Szihrf. lil?
Frank Krigline Hickles
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, S. P.
Q. R. Club 3, 4.
"A smile that cheers everyone."
Helen Kuzy Kuz
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, "TH
Club 3, 4, Basketball Manager
2, 3, 4, Play Day 1, 2, 3, Jun-
ior Paper Staff 3.
HKnown by everyone for her
Geraldine Lauther Jerry
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, See-
retary 1, Home Room Otiicer
1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3,
May Day 1, 2.
"Noi a care in Ihe world."
Frank Lesjak Cagney
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
"A quiet boy for his age."
Edward Lesnock Ed
Track 1g S. P. Q. R. 3.
"W'e wonder if he likes school
John Lockman Lockman
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1,
"Doesn't make himself known."
Richard Long Dick
Attended XV2lSlllllgfOIl High
School 1, 2, 3.
"Three days a week of school is
enough for him."
Carolyn Lutes Shorty
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, -15 Band
4, May Day 2, 33 .lunior Pa-
per Staff 3.
"Our hair stylist."
Donald Lyle Mike
Wanda Lysh Tiz
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, -Lg Mixed
Chorus 4g Girls Reserves 1, 2,
3, 4, President 4, Home Room
Officer 1, 35 May Day 2, 3, 4:
"T" Club 3, 4, Commercial Club
3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, -ig Junior
Paper Stall' 3: Junior Play
"Boy can she put swing into a
Grace Maloy Gracie
Commercial Club 3, 4.
"Quiet but studiousf'
James Maloy Jim
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Timirl in front of peoplef,
.lean Mankey Jeanie
Junior Paper Staff 3.
"A faithful friend to someone."
Frank Markinac Frankie
Donora High Schoolg Home
Room Officer -13 S. P. Q. R. -1.
"Our A studentf'
Helen Marks Marks
Basketball 2, 3, -lg Home Room
Officer 2, 3, -lg "Tl, Club 3, 4g
Play Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
'ATrinityls haskethall starf'
Emma Marsh "- Emmy
Home Economics Club 1, 2,
Vice President '1, 23 Home
Room Officer l. I K
"Has a smile for everyone."
Doris McAfee Dot
Home Economics Club 1 23
Girl Reserves 2, 4: Girls' Chor-
us 2, 3.
"Seems that her interests are
outside of school."
Mary McClenathan Dot
Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Commer-
cial Club 3, 4g Win' Club 45
Olympus Staff 3, 4g Junior
Paper Staff 3.
"A heart of gold."
4, W., A
Daniel McCormick Hank
lV1'6Stllllg 13 Track 13 Basket-
ball 3, 4.
"Small and mighty."
Catherine McCoy Kitty
1'J11st as quiet as a lcittenf,
Jimmy McGregor Salty
Dormont 1, 2, 33 Band 4g Rifle
Club 43 Boxingg Vilrestling.
"Say, do you know what was on
Thelma McKay Shorty
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 4.
'fllome is better than school."
Elma McMillan Millan
Librarian 1, 2, 3, 43 Girl Rc-
serves 2, 3, 43 Camera Club
"VVants lo be izzrlzzctezl-rzs a
Carl McNary Ben
Home Room Officer 23 Boys
Chorus 1, 23 F. F. A. 3, 43
Student Patrol 4g Agricultural
Mushball Team 3.
"Like to 'talk' Io Iha girls lvliile
David Merchant Dave
llille Club 1, 23 .lunior Paper
Staff 3g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Or-
chestra 2, 3.
HA problem Io Mr. H!l'll1Il77.l,
Agnes Milkovich Aggie
Commercial Club 3, 4, Treas-
urer 43 Home Economic Club
3, 43 HT' Club 3, 4.
"Does anyone have II lll4IlfTll.n
Anna Miller Ann
Home Economic Club 1, 23
Cafeteria 3, 43 Girl Reserves
l, 3, 43 Junior Play ll: Demon-
stration Team 2, 3.
"Her interests are with llze
Lester Miller Les
Band l, 2.
'KA quiet and lmshfnl boy."
Mary Miller Mary
llolne Economic Club l, 23
"Silence is golden.
Ruth Miller Ruthie
Girl Reserves 4.
"Lil:e's to croon sweet songs."
.. A..-. W- l , -,Q4.
Letitia Mogentale Lettie
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Home
Economies Club 1, 2, S. P. Q. R.
2, "TU Club 3, 4, Home Room
Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Paper
Staff 2, 3, 4, Olylnpus Staff 3,
4, Librarian 4.
Has a winning smile."
Robert Morrison Bob
F. F. A. President 4, Agricul-
tural Council, Agriculture
Musbball Team 1, 2, 3.
'Seems 10 go for a verlain soph-
Sara Margaret Morrison Peggy
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 1, Vice President 3, Sec-
retary 4, May Day 1, 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, S. P. Q. R.
2, Editor of Junior Paper 3,
Olympus Staff 3, 4, Go-to-Col-
lege Club 3, 4, Class Secretary
2, 3, Junior Play 3, Inter-Club
President 4, Librarian 1, 2, 3,
4, Holne Room Officer 1, 4.
'A lonely little red lwaflf'
John Munn ,lack
Rifle Club 4, Camera Club 3,
Student Patrol 4, Rand 2, 3,
4, Hi-Y 4, Junior Paper Staff
3, S. P. Q. R. 2, 3, Intramural
Basketball 2, 3.
'Has Ironble in finding the right
m.mm.m..:....l .-.4 .
John Murdock Johnnie
"One of Ihe three shadows."
Eloise Murray Sis
HA pleasing personality."
Judson W. Neill Jud
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1
Agricultural Council 2, 3, 4.
"1Vanls lo be a future farmer."
Joe Oliverio Joe
VVrestling 1, 2, Volleyball 4,
Home Room Officer 2.
"Mr, Deelcefs handy man."
Eleanor Paul Cheat
"Likes fn square dance a lol."
Eleanor Petlock Pet
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3 4, Vice
President 1, Commercial Club
3, 4, Olympus Stalt' 3, 4, Home
Room Otticer 2 3, Junior Pa-
per Statl' 3, Librarian 4, May
lJ'ay 4. '
't0l1r personality girl."
James Phillips Jim
Football -1-, Track 3, 4, Vol-
leyball 4, Demonstration
Team 3, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3., 4,
Secretary 4, Student Patrol 4.
HLil:es fo lall: a lol."
Martha Phillips Mart
"A faithful friend io Josephine."
Ross Phillips Ross
Basketball 1, Interelass Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1.
HCIIIIOIISIIIIFQ is his se1'nnd11ome."
Mary Plizga Honey
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 4,
May Day 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves
2, 3, 4, Harrisburg Pagent 2.
'f0z1r talkative Senior."
Herman Ponton Zeke
Football 2, 3.
"VVill someone please donate
him an alt1rm clock."
Edwin Popeck Ed
F. F. A. 3, 4.
"Has a knack for giving speech-
CS. - .
Robert Porter Bob
Class Vice President 1, 23
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 43
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 S. P. Q. R. 2,
33 Student Patrol 4g Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 2g
YVrestling lg Junior Paper
"A little boy wiih Il greal big
Josephine Porto Jo
Librarian 3, -13 Olympus Stall'
43 Home ltoom Officer 1, 33
Girls' Chorus 1. 2, 3, 43 Junior
Paper Staff 3g Commercial
Club 43 "TU Club 43 Mixed
"Likes fo wrife her boy friend's
Virginia Postlethwait Porky
Home Economic Club 1, 2, Sec-
retary 13 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33
Girls, Chorus 2, 3.
"Belief Iaie than neverfl
Frank Potopishian Frankie
Football 23 Track 2g Baseball
"0ughI io make I1asebr1l'l II pro-
'IA Iiflle shy in
"One of Ilia lhree
,zf . sis' 15?
J 5 22-44:1 l f '
Nellie Queer Squink
Band 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Coln-
mercial Club 3, -1.
"Can'i be judged by her lasl
Jack Roberts Jack
Co mmereia I
Boys' Chorus 1, 23 Hi-Y l, 2,
3, 43 Vice President, of Hi-Y 23
President ol' Home Room 33
Junior Paper Stall' ll: Student
'ilusf nuizirallg roinicfl
Mary Helen Ross
Librarian l, 2, 3, 43 Girl Rc-
serves 1, 2, 3, -13 Treasurer 43
Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Camera
Club 3, 43 Secretary 3, 43 May
Day 2, 33 Junior Paper Stafl'
2, 33 Junior Play.
"lVe love Io hear her giggle."
Robert Rutan Bob
Agriculture 2, 3, 43 Mononga-
hela High School 1.
"I wonder who slle might be."
William Sams Bill
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
"The hig league is calling him.',
Richard Sargent Deckie
Music 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4g Home Room Presi-
dent 2, 3.
4'He values his horn."
Edward Sasek Bud
Track 1, 2, 3, -1, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Basketball 3.
'There is no Ioue if you can't
holrl her hanrlf,
Betty Jane Scott Betsy
"Always Il smile."
Anne Shumar Annie
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Libra-
rian -lg Commercial Club 3, -'lg
Olympus Staff 4, Home Room
- Secretary -Lg Junior Paper
Staff 33 May Day 4.
"Her smiles are always sinceref,
James Sibert Jim
Rifle Club 2, Hi-Y 3.
"Go Illlllly with that stuff."
Tom Skariot Bay
HAre you going to home roomy?
John J. Skowvron Johnnie
Track 2, 3, 4g Olympus Staff
3, 43 Student Patrol 4.
"He has U way of getting the
Frances J. Skrabski Francy
Home lic. Club 1, 2, Home
lioom Secretary 2, Home Ec.
"A cute lillle red lierulf,
I x. ,f 2
in 1 f
1 .-, --"' 7 in 5 i
' x 2,311
Agnes Barbara Slesh Aggie
Home Room Secretary 2, 3.
"You can't shut her off like you
can a radio."
Joseph C. Spence Joe
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys, Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4g Junior Play 33 Jun-
ior Paper Staff 35 Senior Play
"The ladies, pesff'
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Com-
mercial Club 3, 4, Olympus 4.
"Our future nurse."
Leroy Sten I Swede
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Small lrnl mighfyf'
Earle Stock x - Gus
.r " Commercial
Football 1, 2, Track 2g YVrcs-
tling 2. -
-"SIcipping"is his hobby."
Margaret Sumney Peggy
"Always looking for ll boy
Ann L. Suto Ann
Holne Economics 1, 2, Home
Room Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 43
Harrisburg Pageant 23 HT" Club
3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 4g
Junior Paper Stall' 3.
"Ann knows mlzal' il is fo malta
Mildred A. Sutton Middie
Com m ercia l
YVaynesburg High School 1, 2g
Commercial Club 3, 4: Girl
Reserves 3, 43 S. P. Q. R. 3.
"Her boy frienrl is in llle army."
Samuel R. Swart Sam
Class President 1, 2, Home
Room President 1, 2, 3, 4, May
Day 1, 2: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres-
ident ol' Hi-Y 43 Commercial
Club 3, 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43
Olympus Stall' 3, 43 Junior Pa-
per Stall' 33 Football 15 Stu-
dent Patrol 4.
"A girl in every perl."
George Thomas Syner Si
Football 2, 3, Baseball 23
Track 1, 2, 3.
"The girls are his big inlereslf'
Gladys Mary Szakal Mary
Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4g Junior Pa-
per Stail' 3: Home Room Oili-
cer 23 Mixed Chorus 3, May
Day 3, Office Girl 3.
'KA sweet counlry girl."
Joseph Levi Thomas Titanic
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4g
Home Room Vice President 43
S. P. Q. R. 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3.
"A frworila fnolball player."
Ada Helen Thompson Tom
Varsily Basketball 3, 4: Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, "Tn Club 4.
"Slat llaskellmll player."
2 A :gl:lq,,,Qj., if
Alfred John Tiano Al
Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3,
"All excellenl foollnall end, lm!
he ll70llIll make ll better hus-
Juanita Vankirk Sweet-Pea
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Cam-
era Club 2, 3, 4.
"Lives for love."
Joseph Veltre Speedo
Home Room l'I'L'SlIl9lll 4g,I.at-
in Club 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4:
Baseball 2, 3, 4g Monitor
"Slow lull sure."
Rose Evelyn Vorum Tootie
Girl Reserves 1: Go-To-College
Club 1, Junior Play.
John L. Walker Johnny
Jr. Hi-Y 25 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45
lleporter 45 Agricultural Cou11-
eil 2. 3, 45 See. 3 45 F. F. A.
judging team at State College
Aznericatls fllfllfll farmer."
Betty Warth Betty
Girl Reserves 45 Commercial
Club 3, 4.
Ever so qlzieif'
Natalie Henrietta Washinski
Cafeteria Club 3, 45 Home
Economics Club l, 25 Demon-
stration Team 35 Harrisburg
Pageant 25 lnterelass Tourna-
Loyal Weaver Moose
Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 Class Play
3, 45 V. Pres. 45 Junior Paper
Stall' 35 Camera Club 35 Rille
Club 45 V. Pres. of Class 35
Student Patrol 45 S. P. Q. R.
2, 3, 45, May Day 35 Boys' Chor-
us 45 Home Room Pres. 45
Mixed Chorus 4. -
llc lives up Io his IlClIIl6.U
Phyllis Weaver Phyl
Home Economics Club 1, 25
Play Day 3, 45 Commercial
Club 3, 45 Harrisburg Pageant
"One of her boy friends is in
Marguerite Weddle Peggy
Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Home Eco-
nomics Club 1, 25 Cafeteria
Club 3, 45 Go-to-College Club
"The other of the singing
Marjorie Weddle Margie
Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Home Eco-
nomics Club 1, 2, President 15
Treasurer 25 Cafeteria Club 3,
45 President 45 Go-to-College
Club 3, 45 Vice President 4.
t'0ne of ihe singing lwinsf,
Eva Marie Wells
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Go-'I'o-
College Club 3, 45 Commercial
Club 3, 45 May Day 35 "TN
Club 45 Junior Paper Staff 35
Office Gi1'l 45 Senior Play.
ll'Iu11' would we do million! Il
- .4 ,
Charles Westfall Westy
Track 15 Baseball 25 Band 1,
2, 35 Home Room President 35
Vice President 4.
"Do I like lhe girls"!
Sarah Louise Wilhelm Sally
"The boy's fanoriie red head."
Romaine Wilson Popeye
Home Room Officer 35 Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3. 45
Play Day 1, 2, 3, 45 f"l"' Club
"Romaine likes fo ride motor-
Wilma Wilson Toots
"An efficient seereiaryf'
Grace Wright Gracie
Home Economics Club 1, 2.
"She likes square fIl1IlCiIlg.U
Mary Wright Emmys
Flushing Public School, Flush-
"A new member of ihe Senior
Ilah Yoders Samuel Michael Zampan Sam
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 3, 45 Monitor 4.
"Very quiet bill ever so atfrae- '4He isn't always bashfulf'
John Lazek Cue Ball
Band l, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2g
Hi-Yg Rifle Club 3.
"Likes fo fall: to fhe girls."
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
Sunday Evening, june l, 1941
8 :UU o,eloek
Processional March ..... SSS,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.AY,SSS,,,, ...... I , AKE
HIKRH Scuooi, ORCHESTRA
Invocation SASS..............,S.....nSnS.......S.II.....,......................,,n.S. HIEVEREND W. li. MoK1M
Pastor: Chartiers Qllillj Preslmylerian Church, Canonsburg, R. ll. 2
t'To Us Salvation Has Come" ................. ..,..., ...nn.. .....nnnnSSS.nS...,.,....nn4nnSS. B 1 1 AHMS
MR. NURHAN C. MOHN, Direclor
Scripture Reading-Y-Proverbs -1:1-13 ,,,,, ,.,,,,, K ENNETH 1'IOO'1'lNlAN
Prayer ......,n.........n...................,..u.,.4u...,... ..... M ARY McC1.EN,x'rHAN
Senior Ensemble-"Ivory Palaces" ....,,.r,,,,.r,,,,,,....,,,,,.,,,,rrrr,,,7,,r, BARRACLOUGH
Q JEAN LIEADLEY, ELEANon BAKER, ALDENE HORNEII, INIARY HELEN Ross,
ISATI-IRYN K1NDER, XVANIJA l.YsH, MARo,xRE'r CAIN, JUSEPHINE Ponrro-
Hynme"Con1e Thou, Almighty King".,. ..,rrr WESLEY
Colne, Thou Almighty King,
Help us Thy name to sing,
Help us to praise:
Father all glorious,
O'er all victorious,
Come, and reign over us,
Ancient of days!
Come, holy Comforter,
Thy sacred witness bear
I11 this glad hour,
Thou who almighty art,
Now rule in evtry heart,
And ne'er from us depart,
Spirit of pow'r
Come, Thou inc'arnate VVord,
Gird on Thy mighty Sword,
Our prayer attend,
Come, and Thy people bless,
And give Thy TVord Success:
Spirit of holiness,
O11 us descend!
To the great One in Th1'ee,
The highest praises be
Hence, ever more!
His Sov'reign majesty
May we in glory see
And to eternity
Love and adore!
S9I'1110ll7MGClll11g and Givingu .....,.c.... .clcc......cccccc l REVEREND VV, H, MflKIl'I
Intermezzo from '4L,Arlesienne Suite," No. 2 ccccc ,,ee,l B 1zE'r
Iflinn Scuoor ORCHESTRA
Mn. Non,MAN C. ITIOHN, Direclor
"As Pants the Hart" ..... .,V......................,.ee e,,,, S N ow
Benediction ....l,,,,...... ee.,,e, l IEVEREND NV. li. Melinxi
Pteeessional March ...... ,,.EEE.....,..,,,,,.,,..,....,..,,ee,,.,., Y Y A .,,.. LAKE
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1941
The Senior Scoop
SCENE I: A
Setting and Introduction
Class History ,,,,,,,,, ......... H ELEN KOZAL
Class Advice ,cc....o. ..c................ M IKE GOGA
Class Will ,,,,,c, ........ I JETITIA MOGENTAIIE
Reading ,,,,,,,, .......cc. M ARY HELEN Ross
The joys of journalism or the trials and tribulations of a substi-
Class Prophecy as revealed in a dream to the student editor
Saxophone Solo ..,.V,,.rc,.......................,..................c..,,....,,,, VVALLACE COMER
Class Song ,,,,..cc,,.,,,,,,ll,,, ....cc... .....c,cc S E NIORS
CAST oF CHARACTERS:
Owner of a Local Newspapercc S... W
Student Editor ....ccccc.c.....,ccccc..cc...., ccc...
Secretary to the Editor .cc,cccc.c L
Office Roy cccccccccccc....,,.ccccc.... ,.V,t,.
Radio Announcer ....cccc....ic..cccccccc.....,.c,..,...,.,....cc.,,,....,,. ....
CLASS COLORSYIIHII and VV1u'te
CLASS FLONVER .l..,,cc..,....,,ccc....,,c.,c Red Rose
CLASS MoT'r0eeW11at we are T0 RE, we are now BECOMING
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
Wednesday Evening, june 4, 1941
Proeessional March eee,.,,,,Ieeeee,...eee,,,,,,,,ee,,Ieee,,,,e,e,,,,,I ...,ee. I ,AKE
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
Invocation .I,,..e,. ,e,,,,. 7.,,. - A --A---ee
Allegiance to The Flag le,,.,,l,,eee,ee.,..ee ,,,,....e,ee.,ee,,,,,,,,..,ee,....ee.,..,...., C LASS OF 1941
Led by XVALLACE COAIER, Class President
WCICIJIIIC Address .... , ,.,.,,......s,.. l..... W ALLACE COMER
Ballet Music from 6GR0S2l1HuI1Cl6,, .............,........,,... ...,.. S CHUBERT
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
MR. NORINIAN C. INIOHN, Director
'The Keystone State" .......... ,..s.. H ONOR SPEAKERS
"Pennsylvania in Later Years"
'6Pennsylvania and National Defensei'
"The Hills of Pennsylvaniail l,,.. GIRLS, CHORUS
Address ....,,....,..,,..........,eCss,..l,....s.,..es,..........,.......I DR. RALPH COOPER HU'FCZI'IISON
President, XVashingtOn and .Iefferson College, Wlashington, Pa.
Minuet in E flat ..,s.. ..tssv.....C.,eeessV....ee..........ee,ss.... ....., M 0 ZART
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
Presentation of Awards ..seee.,ss C,ICessisssssee,.l,se...,.s,............ ...,..s M R . J. II. BRADEN
Principal, Trinity High School
Presentation of Diplomas .,,e,se,e.,C...C,.....Cs....st,.s,ss,s....,,,,.I,s,ss. MR. H. W, GABBY
President of Trinity High School Board of Education
"Alma Mater' .... ss.... . SENIOR CLASS
Reeessional March .s,s. ..,,.e..............s........s....ss. .....w . . s.,,,.. I JAKE
HIIIH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
On August 29, 1938, three hundred twenty-live excited and not a little bewilder-
ed newcoiners awaited entry into Trinity High School with high hopes for the coin-
ing year. After the usual ribbing from the upperclassinen, we started our class
activities in earnest. At the beginning of the second semester we inet and elected the
following otticers: President, Sain Calabrog Vice-President, John Martin, Secretary,
Olive Jane Fuller, and Treasurer, Joe Engle. Miss Mary Donson a11d Mr. Williziiii
McKay were chosen as our advisers. Otur only events ol' importance were the Fresh-
nian Party and the "Fresh Flingf' our tea dance. This dance established a prece-
dent for successful freshman tea dances.
In the fall ot' 1939 We again canie back to Trinity. We now had the cock-sure-
ness that is characteristic of Sophoinores, and set to work accordingly. To this end,
we proceeded to elect officers for that year. They were: President, Paul Crompton,
Vice-President, David Morrowg Secretary, Virginia Rossi, and Treasurer, Joe Engle.
In the Way of social activities, we sponsored two tea dances, the "Hot Chocolate
Hop" and "The Spinster Skip? These were preliininarics to the biggest event of the
year, "The Golddiggeris Swingoutf'
Our Third year at Trinity was destined to be our most eventful year. We wasted
no time in getting under way. Our otlicers this year Were: President, Paul Cromp-
tong Vice-President, George Osborneg Secretary, Virginia llossig a11d Treasurer, Joe
Basketball 1, 2: President 2, Zig
Home Room Officer l, 21 Senior
Football 2, 33 Hi-Y 3.
Hl'lI'IlIllflil'I ll. Roosrfrwll .lUlIt'S.'
l 'ily ii
We published six issues of the revamped Junior paper under a new title, 'The
Novel-T." VVe were ver ' Jroud ol' its ori inalitv and its unusuallv lar e circulation.
3 K . .
Our class play, "Little Geraldine," was successful from every standpoint. To coni-
plete our social activities, we staged one tea dance, our Mid-XVinler Handicap, and
topped these with the Junior-Senior Prom.
Our prominence, however, was not limited to social events, for we were more
able than ever to boast of' the athletic prowess of this class. We were well represent-
ed on all of' the athletic teams.
We have yet to face the final rung in the ladder of scholastic success, hut we have
every confidence that we will be one of' the most successful Senior classes Trinity
has ever turned out.
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George W. Osborne Ozzy Virginia June Rossi Ginny Joseph Engle Joe
Vocational Academic Vocational
Class Vice President 33 Home Basketball l 2, Il: Class Of- liasketliall lg Junior Class
Ronin Otliccr 2, Zlg F. F. A. 2, ficer 2, Zig Girl liescrves 2, il: 'l'r4.-asurerg Football 2, 3g F. F.
Ii: Treasurer 23 Reporter Nov- Home Room Otlicer l, 2, Il: A. l, 2,31 Otlicer 1, Agriculture
vel-'l'. Novel-'l' 33 .lunior Play Il Council lg Home lioom Officer
"On II pen and 1wm'iI fflflll in HYUIIIIH' ,lll1SIIllSIliI16'.U 2, 3'
I'c11llsg1l1rr1l1ir1.', "UNI Iilucl: Joe."
.Ill ltlll e,
Evelyn Amos Linda
Girl Reserves 1, 25 Washington
High School 1.
Associate Editor Novel-T 35
Band 35 Girls, Chorus 1, 2, 35
Girl Reserves 2, 35 Librarian
"The School-marmis D'HHglllCT.,,
Corina A1-lotta Cora
Home Economics Club.
9011 a Dielf'
Jack Armstrong String
Home Room Officer 2.
Allen Bails Buck
H0101 .0alfe11 Buck-et"
Harry Barringer Dillinger
"I'm lVild Abou! Harryf,
Myrtle Barrows Myrt
Girl Reserves 1.
Lois Beard Lois
Basketball Manager 2, 35 Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Girl Reserves
1, 2, 35 Vice President 1,
Treasurer 25 Home Room Of-
ficer 25 Mixcd Chorus 25 May
Day 1, 25 Sports Editorg Nov-
el-T 35 S. P. Q. R. 3.
"Beautiful Blue Eyesf'
Track 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3.
'f0ur Basketball Herof'
Harold Bedillion Red
Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y
'ilusf a Roamerf'
William Belcastro Bill
Basketball 1, 25 Football 1, 2,
35 Track 1.
Billy Bell Bill
Evelyn Bell Blondie
Jennie Bennett Shorty
Girl Reserves 25 Home Room
NSweef and Low."
Cheerleader 2, 35 Girls' Chorus
2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35
Home Economics 1, 25 Demon-
stration 15 Home Room Of-
ficer 35 May Day 15 Reporter,
Ruth Braner Angel
Feature Editor, Novel-'I' 35
Go-To-College Club 3.
"Angel in Disguise."
Sigmund Brezinski Ziggie
F. F. A. 1, 2.
f'Lonesome and Blue."
Bernice Briggs Briggsie
Club Editor, Novel-T 3, S. l'.
Q. R. 2.
"A Charming Lady for Me."
Robert Brookman Bob
Senior Hi-Y 3.
"Me and .liy Fiddle."
Virginia Brownlee Ginny
"My Home in Virginiaf'
Carl Bruno Flash
"Be Careful, Girls."
Chester Brzezinski Chippy
Baseball 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Football 1, 2, 3.
Ruth Bucheli Ruthie
"Ruthie and Me."
Rita Cain Rita
Band l, Girls, Chorus 3, Girl
Reserves 3, Library l.
Sam Calabro Chopper
Basketball 1, 2, Football 2, 3,
Freshman Class President 3
Home lloom Utlicer 2, 3, Track
l, 2. 3.
Robert Caldwell Robert
"Little Pal of Mine."
Philip Camps Phil
Dale Campbell Camel
Football 3, Senior Hi-Y 3,
Track 2, Volleyball 2.
"Riding a Hump-Baelced Camel."
William Canan Cannon Ball
HlVI1lH1Sll Cannon Ball."
Eugene Carey Carey
Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3,
Football 2, 3, Monitor 3.
Hsllllflfllllg Blue Eyes."
Ruth Carter Ruthie
Alumni Editor Novel-T 3, Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, Go-to-College
Club 3, S. P. Q. ll. 3
"I Love Ruthie."
Frank Chambers Curley
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
'fFraul:ie and Johnnyf,
"Alone lViIh Janie."
Margaret Chaney Peggy
Cafeteria 3, Camera Club 2, 3,
Girl Reserves 3, Go-To-College
Club 3, Home Economics Club
l, 2, Home lloom Officer 2,
Reporter, Novel-T 3, S. P. Q. R.
Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Secretary
2, Home Economics l, 2, See-
retary l, Home Room Ottieer
1, Librarian 2, 3, May Day l,
Reporter, Novel-T. 3.
"Charming Little Falcerf'
, , ,W
Vincent Chmil Skinny
Rifle Club 3.
Mary Clayton Libby
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Go-'l'o-
College Club 3, Home Room
Officer 2, Junior Editor, Olym-
pus, Office Girl 2, Reporter,
Novel-T 3, S. P. Q. R. 2.
"Sweet Mystery of Life."
Junior Clemens Take
"Take Only Me."
Band 1, 2, 3, Junior Editor,
Olympus, Reporter, Novel-T 33
"The Donkey Polka."
Bertha Colditz Min
Go-To-College Club 3, Home
Economics Club 3, Reporter,
"Sweet Min und Me."
Home Economics 1, 2
Ray Cole Coke
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
"0l' King Cole."
Harold Comedy Duke
Band 2, 3.
Boys' Chorus 3.
"Herman's in Love."
Rose Costello Roe
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, El, Sports Editor,
Dorothy Crile Dot
Home Economies 1, 2.
"You'ue Been Ilnlrzzefl
Cleo Davidson Keats
"DauirlKsonj and The Giant."
"Mary and Her I.llI'l'Lb.,,
Bruno Dosse ' Dosse
"The Sleeperis Blues."
Home Economics Club 1, 2.
Carolyn Drezewski Carrie
Girl Reserves 3, Home Eco-
nomics 1, 2: Office Girl 3.
"Carr-ie Me Buck to Old Vir-
Julia Duvall Julie
Club Editor, Novel-T 3, S. P.
Q. R. I.. 3, Go-to-College Club
"Julia, I love yon."
Home Economies Club 2, 3.
"Tillie, My l.nm'."
F. F. A. 1, 2, za
'ilusl Ll Happy-go
Band 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, Ollicer 2g Home Room Of-
ficer 2, 33 Picture Girl, Olym-
pus 3, Reporter, Novel-T 33
S. P. Q. R. 3.
Betty Emerick Betsy
Girl Reserves 2, 3.
"BeIsy and Our FIr1g.',
James Fairley Jim
William Fillinger Bill
Alvin Ford Corky
F. F. A.1. 2, 3.
"My Brolcezi-11011111 Ford."
"Curly Hemlezl Baby."
John Fulton Sluts
F. F. A. 3.
"High mul HIlIlllSllII1C.,y
Caroline Gajarsky Juggie
l3asket,hall'1, 2, 3,5 Beginners
Band 2, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3g
Go-To-College Club 3.
"Lillie Brozmz Jllg-gief'
Martha Gnxfey Marty
Cafeteria Club 35 Girls, Chorus
1, 2, 3g Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3,
Home Economics Club 1, 2g
Reporter, Novel-T 3.
"The .llarflm Pollen."
John ,Goga Johnnie
Home Room Officer 2.
"Wild Jolmny Jones."
Band lg Home Room Officer 1.
Annabell Graham Ann
"Annie Doesifl Live Here Any-
Eugene Gray Beanie
'llilne and Ilie Gray."
Mildred Grim Mitzie
Band 23 Girls' Chorus 1, 2g
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. Play 2,
Allen Harris Rooster
F. F A.
Paul Harshman Harsh
F. F. A., President
Home Economics 1, 2, Cafe-
Mildred Haught Mil
Basketball 1, 2, Girl Reserves
2, 3, Feature Stall' Novel-T.
"One Hamburger for Madame."
Robert Haught Muscleman
Camera Club 2.
"Cut, cur, cut, gel a haircutf?
Home Eeonomis 1, 2.
"You ca.n'i judge a book by its
Genevieve A. Headley Jenny
Camera Club 3, Girls' Chorus
3, Home Hygiene
"My Silent Mood?
Marjorette 2, 3, Girl Reserves
1, 2, Girls, Chorus 2, 3.
Jessie I-Iodgens Dopey
Camera Club 3, Girls' Chorus
'filly Mommie Sent Me fo the
Band 1, 2, 3.
HA-Hunting I will go."
Roy Horn Birdie
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3. '
"I Get a Kick Out of Cornf'
Stephen C. Horwat Ty Cobb
UHand in Glouef'
Charles Hribal Hnibal
"Take Me Oul' Io ihe Old Ball
Romaine Hulton Mainie
Cafeteria 3, Secretary, En-
semble 1, 2, Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, Home Economics 1, 2,
Secretary, Home Room Officer
2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Reporter
"Moonlight and Violinsf,
Ellen Humbert Ella
Girls, Chorus 1, Girl Reserves
1, Home Economics 1, 2.
Warren Hunt Hunt
Associate -Editor Novel-T, As-
soeiate Editor Olympus 3, Hi-
Y 1, 2, 3, Home Room Officer
1, 2, s. P. Q. R. 2.
"Meer the Future P'resideut.',
Walter Hupp Bud
F. F. A. 1, 2,
t'CurIey Top's Birtlidflyf'
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, Home Room Officer
2, Junior Editor Olympus
"I Give You My ll'nrdf'
Lottie Jedrzyczak Lar
Home Economics 1, President
f'You Gorgeous Dancing Doll."
Betty Johnston Bet
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2g Home Hygiene 3.
"The lllise Old Owlf'
Gertrude Grace Jones Gert
Basketball 1, 2, Girl Reserves
1, 2, 3, Home Room Otiicer 3,
May Day 2.
"Dance illifh Me?
Dorothy Kearns Dot
Home Room Officer 3, Char-
tiers High 2.
Hdly Heart lVan1s lo Dance."
Hazel Kearns Dimples
Girls, Chorus 1, 2.
"Picture You lllithouf Me."
Dorothy Kenimond Dorf
Home Economics 1, 2, Treas-
urer 1g Cafeteria 3.
'fScrapi11' Ihe Toast."
Adolph Kern Alphie
"There's a Lllll in My Life."
Girl Reserves 1.
Joe Kern Bull
Baseball Manager 23 Football
2, 3, VVrestling 3.
"Radio in Heaven."
Mary Etta Kinder
Girl Reserves 1, 2g Go-To-Col-
lege Club 3, Home Economics
1, President 1g Home Room
Officer 2g Reporter Novel-T.
"I'11e G01 Music in My Heart."
Ruth Kinder Ruthie
Band 1, 2g Girls' Chorus 1, 2.
3, Girl Reserves 25 Home Eco-
nomics 1, 25 Olympus Staff 33
'Tm Nobodyls Baby."
James King Jim
F. F. A, Secretary 1.
Band 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1,
Olympus Stall' 35 Orchestra 2.
Jean Knisely Jeanie
Camera Club 3g Girls' Chorus
1, 2, 3, Reporter Novel-T.
"Sweet Is Ihe ll'ord For Youf'
XVrestling 1g Hi-Y 1.
William Kostar Bill
Home Room Officer 2, 3.
Home Room Officer 2.
"I Lone To Rhymef,
"Vile Can'f be lVr0ng."
Alex Leitman Ing
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David Leitman Dave lack Long Peter Lletus Martln Clet
Commercial -XC NIL mu
Iluml l, 2, Ilg Camera Club 2. nu li om Ulhui ' 7
Ufifl' you in llie nwod for mix- H1 1 ,es
chief?" Oll Iullu 111111 bull INA-SURE 'ii
Sarah Leitman Sally
George Leppert Lepp
Frmotlmzlll l, 2.
"You Gnll"u Be ll Fooiball Hcrnf
Ann Lestan Army
Com me rcinl
Girl llc-serves l, 2g SCCl'CiLll'y l.
"Annie llocszfl Line Hera Any-
Martha Jane Lewis Lairie
liuskellmll l, 23 Girls' Clmrug
1, 2, 3.
"Dain-i11g 'Till Imran."
Ralph Libertore Pooks
lizlskctlmll AIHIIZIQCI' 2, 31 llomv
liuoni Otiieer fig Track 1, 2.
"1'z'nnivs From Ileazrellfl
Home Ecollomies 1, 2: Presi-
ClClll 2, Home Room Gtlicer 2.
"I'm ill a llllllfjlllg mood."
Donald McCracken Don
F. F. A.
"Cowboy from Iiroolciyllf'
Dorothy McCullough Dot
Band 1, 2, 3, Home Economics
1, 2, Orchestra 2.
"Crazy as a loonf'
James McCullough Jim
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 'l'reasurcr 2.
"I'll get by some how."
Girl Reserves 3.
"Sl:alilly down llllf old mill
"All you Illfllli Io do is lilllltflhu
Marian McNary McNary
Band 1, 2, Girls' Chol'us 1, 2,
3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Treas-
urer 1, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3,'S. l'. Q. R.
3, String Ensemble 1, 2, 3.
'flfissus from lily violin io you."
Margaret Louise McQuay Peggy
Camera Club 2, Girl Reserves
1, 2, 3, Go-To-College Club 3,
Home Room Oilicer 2, Reporter
Novel-T, S. P. Q. R. 2, 3.
"Life of the parfyf'
Harry Milhoun Cockly
F. lf. A. '
"I love io rifle lhc ll0I'Sl'S.H
Laurene Blanche Miller Blanche
Girls' Chorus 1, 2 3, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, Exchange Editor
of Novel-T, Mixed Chorus 2.
'flloes a duel: like water?"
HT1lGI'CiS a gold flllilllf ill llle sky."
Home Economics 1, 2, Home
Room Otlicer 2.
"A serellade fo lhe slam."
Hazel Mitchell '
Camera Club 3, Girls' Chorus
UTIIL' Camera doeszfl lie."
James Moninger Jim
Band 1, 2, 3.
"l've yo! my mimi on music."
J. Blaine Morris Irish
Band 3, 0I'C1lCSll'Zl 3, Rifle
"Down .llelody L!lI1U.U
David Morrow Dave
Cheerleader 2, 3, Class Vice
President 2, Home Room Ol'-
' ficer 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, News
Editor, Novel-'l' 3, Olympus
Staff 3, P. Q. R. 2.
"Yolz're all IfClllCIlll0Il.,,
Ruth Mosier Ruthie
Basketball Manager 2, 3, Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, G0-To-College
Club 3, Home Room Officer 3,
Reporter of Novel-T 3.
Frank Mounts Whity
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, Reporter. for
Novel-'I' 3, Track 1.
"An old straw half'
Helen Mounts Mounts
Baud 1, 25 Camera Club 35
Girls, Chorus 1, 2, 3g Mixed
Chorus IS, Home Room Officer
33 Reporter for Novel-'I' 3.
"The beauly of llle .llounls
Paul Mounts Allie
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3g Keystone
"Fm jus! a counlry boy at
F. F. A.
"Fm in a happy frame of mind."
Willard Murray Bud
"A Illlllflllg I l'Vill Go."
Stella Olesky Effie Mae
Girl Reserves 1, 2, May Day 1.
"Nobody makes a pass al me."
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.
-, 3g Girl Re-
Band 1, 2, 3g l'li-Y 33 Orches-
tra 2g Rifle Club 1, 2.
"Along llze Sanla Fe Trail."
Dorothea Dale Pence
Girls, Chorus 1, 2, Elg Girl Ile-
serves 1, 2, 4g Vice President,
Go-To-College Club 3g Home
lloom Officer 25 Library 2, 33
s. P. Q. a. 2.
t'If I Never Saw
a Star again."
Ted Polinsky Fazzo
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Football 2,
3g Home Room Oilicer 1.
Claire Anna Ponton Wig
Julia Popovich Poppy
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Home
Economics 1, 2g Home Room
Officer 1, 2, May Day 1, 2.
"Wallzing in the Clouds."
Herbert Pratt Hub
George Frank Puskarich Puskty
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Charles Queer Queer
"Sleep, sleep. sleep."
Martin Quinn Cutter
Basketball 1. 2, 3: Football 1,
2, 3, Home Room Officer 2, Il'
Volleyball 1, 2, 3.
Alice Blanche Rankin
Cafeteria Club 3: Home Eco-
nomics Club 1, 2: Novel-T.
"I'm Stepping out ll'1'lI1 fl lllem-
Frances Rea Frannie
Camera Club 1g Girls' Chorus
1, 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 3.
HJl5ll7l3'lS in the Sky."
John Henry Redd John
If. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
"Trike mc oul lo flu' bull g1unc."
Sam Reese Sam
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
Girls' Chorus 2, Novel-'l' 3.
Rita Risbin Pat
Home Economics Club 1, 2.
"A bicycle lzuill for l1vo."
Jane Romano Janie
Girl Reserves 1.
"Slurs fell on Alul1a111u.'iA
Kathryn Romano Kay
Girl Reserves 1, 2.
"I can'l gel storied."
Joseph Rosinski Joe
Football 1, 2, 3, Ping-Pong 1,
2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3. -
Home Room Officer 3, Junior
"Pennies From Heauenf'
Mary Ellen, Rutan Spike
.. . M... .
a-'s's ' s9'e
Camera Club 2, Girls' Chorus
1 9 3 Gill Rescuesl 2 3
Home Room Officer 15 May
Day 1, 2, Novel-T 3.
"Don't llzc Moon Loolc Prelfy?"
Johann E. Rutkowski .lo
Home Economics Club 1, 2.
'fl Gel a Kiel: Out of You."
James Joseph Searberry
"Baseball, Amcricu's Favorite
Elmer Schultz Dutch
Marie Seaman Mickey
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 Girl lle-
servcs 1, 2, 35 Go-To-College
3, Novel-'l' 3.
Stanley Shawinski Stush
Band 1, 2, 33 Football and
Track Manager, Hi-Yg Home
Room Otticer 2 33 Olympus
Statt' 3, Orchestra 2, 33 VVrest-
ling 1, 2.
"If I had a Talking Picture of
Edward Sikora Cheek and Honey
Rifle Club, Track 1.
"Shoot the Sherbert to Me
James Semiol Smith Greek
'tlieal me Daddy Eighllto the
Marian Scott Smith Shorty
"ltd loue lo Line in Loveland
with I1 Girl lilce You."
Louise E. Smollar Weasel
Band 1, 2, 33 Home Economics
1, 2, Orchestra.
"Catlin in lhe Slay."
Stanley Teddy Spara Ace
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Football 1,
2, 3g Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Home Room
Jack Sprowls Sprowlie
Basketball 1g F. F. A. 1, 2, 3.
"There I Go."
William Sprowls Bill
"lVaIlcing My Baby Back Homef,
Mary Lou Stainbrook
Camera Club 23 Girl Reserves
1, 2, 3, Home Room Officer 3,
Home Economics Club 1, 2g
May Day 3.
"Alice Blue Gown."
Betty Jane Sten Stennie
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Go-To-Cob
"Same Old Sloryf'
Home Economics 1, 23 Girl Re-
'Siveel and fresh as a lily."
Dora Jean Summey Dumb Dora
"I Cllllyf Resist You."
Lois Summey Do
"Swingin' AI the Seancef'
Go-To-College 35 T-Club 2, 3.
"What would Sllakespeare have
Rebecca Ann Szakal Becky
Band 2, 3, Girl Reserves 2, 33
Girls' Chorus 25 Girls Ensem-
ble 2g Librarian 2, 3, Novel-T
33 Home Room Otiicer 3, Olym-
pus Staff 33 S. P. Q. R. 2, 35
Mixed Chorus 2.
Antionett Tallarico Tally
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Gi1'l Ile-
serves 1, 3.
"Dance and Slay Young."
Earl Tanner Elmo
Football 1 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3,
Home Room Qllicer 1, 2, Rifle
Club 3, Junior Play 3.
"Or a Reasonable Facsimile."
Aleen Teyssier Tislz
Camera Club 2, Cheer Leader
2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, ll:
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, President
2, Vice President 3, Go-To-
College 3, Librarian 2, 3, Nov-
el-'l' 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2:
S. P. Q. R. 2.
Virginia Clara Thompson Ginny
"All fhis and Heaven Toof'
Helen Thompson Speedy
Band 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, Home Economics Officer
1, 2: Home Room Officer 1,
Novel-T 3, May Day 3, Home
Economies Demonstration 2.
"Dancing on a Dime."
Bill Tomsic Archie
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2,
3, Football 2, 3, XVrestling 1.
Rose Turkaly Rose
'Girl Reserves 3.
"Slamp on my Heart."
James Tush Shorty
Track 1, 2, 3.
"I gel a Kick om' of Corn."
Evelyn Ullom Susie
"The Three Lilfle I"isheS.',
Angelene Urso Ang
Class Team 3, Girl Reserves
"Now I lay me clown to Dream
Ethel Jean Vance
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, Home Room Ot'-
iicer 2, Librarian,3, Novel-T
3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls'
Quartet 2, 3.
"A Deah, Deah Lady."
Norma Vandegrif Vamly
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, VVashing-
ton Hi 1, 2.
Mary Veltre Stubbs
Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, Nov-
"A Smcel Little Somcbodyf,
Joseph Vercek Tuddie
Football 1, 2, 3, Volleyball
"Sailin1 thru the SllIlbCll11lS.,,
Sophie Vinsko Snowball
Girl Reserves, Pittsburgh
School 1, 2.
"Dreaming Ollf Loudf'
Dorotha Walker Dotty
Girls' Chorus 2, 3.
"Polka Dots and .lIoonbeams."
Doris Warrick Vicky
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, Go-To-College 3,
Home Room Officer 2, Novel-T
"ll llfas llfrillen in lhc Stars?
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
"A Prairie Hliry Tale."
Ellwood Weaver Retl
Hi-Y 2, 3, S. P. Q. R. 2.
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Morga Widener Marge Anna Wojcuick
String Ensemble 1, 2, Ilg Or-
chestra 2, 25.
"April playerl the FI'rIrIIe."
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"I Hear a Rll!11?S0lI!l.U
String Ensemble 1, 2, 3g Or-
chestra 2, 3.
"Fiflv0n .llinutes lIlf?I'I1liSfS0Il.U
Camera Club 2, 35 Boys' Chor-
us 1 2, 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Olym-
pus Stall' 3.
"99W Temper, 1? ill?Ilf!1l,,
Henrietta Wineland William Young
'Hrisr' my Lovef' ".Y0f Yeffi
Commercial Ann Zrimshek
Ulvllllfillg my baby bark home."
Cafeteria 33 D'rum-lXIajm'et,te 2,
33 Home Economics Club 1, 23
"Forever and AIIDIIUSX,
XVho tied up my wee, cut linger,
And kissed away the tear,
And took me in her loving arms?
VVhy, it was mother, dear.
She told me fairy stories,
Then tucked me into hedg
She kissed me then and said "good-bye"
After my prayers were said.
She kept my dresses tidy,
And curled my hair at night,
She told me that she loved me,
And her eyes would twinkle bright.
Ot' all the things she gave me,
VVhieh were many and beautiful, too,
Was a golden haired red-eheeked dolly,
With eyes ot' royal blue.
The kindest, dearest, and best of friends,
That ever I did see,
Is my saintly, darling mother,
Wlio means the world to me.
HISTORY OF THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
In the early part of September, 1939, three hundred and fifty nervous fresh--
men entered Trinity High School. VVQ assembled in the gymnasium where we
were instructed by Mr. Braden. After a few days of heckling from the upper-
classmen, we realized we were high school students with many busy days ahead.
On February 12, 19401, We had our first class meeting for th-e purpose of
electing advisers and class officers. NVe were quite pleased with tl1e selection
of Miss Amba Kiblinger and Mr. James ll. Clark as advisers and with our
officers, President, Ellsworth Hunt, Vice President, Homer Chivers, Secretary,
Elsie Ross, Treasurer, Betty Chambers. A Freslnnan party marked the end of a
We returned to Trinity in the fall with a loss of fifty students. Chosen as
our leaders were, President, VVilliam Davis, Vice President, Joe Patrick, Secre-
tary, Alice Green, Treasurer, Mildred Yorkin. Later in the year Joe Patrick took
over the duties of president, upon the absence of Davis who moved to another
city. Our t'Sophomore Tea Dance," was one of the most successful in the his-
tory ot' the sophomore class. This led the way to our important evening affair,
"The Sophomore Traffic Jam Hopf,
VVe the class of '643," feel that we are privileged to be a member of the fine
student body of Trinity, and will try to bring our next two years to a successful
William Davis Alice Green
Mildred Yorkin Joseph Patrick
Treasurer Vice President
Audia, Azzto, Barbour, Bauer, Beatty, E. Bennett, M. Bennett, Berry, Bigler, Butcher
Carson, B. Chambers, J. Chambers, Chmlwski, Church, Clark, Cole, Collis, Comito, Condit
Cooper, Cronin, Crumrine, Dalton, Davidson, Marvene Davis, Maxine Davis, Ilfeprosky
R. Desmond, R. M. Desmond, Deyell, Dollish, Dosse, Drakulieh, M. Dunn, P. Dunn, Eagon
Elias, Elliott, Engel, Evans, Farahee, Frye, R. Fulton, F. Fulton, Galish, Garbinsky, Gat-
ten, Grast, H. Gray, V. Gray, Green, B. Grim, J. Grim, Groves, Gutln'ie, Halnilton, Hanna
Haney, Harris, Harshman, Hart, llarvoth, J. Hathaway, R. Hathaway, Haught, Hoboken
Hughes, B. Hungerman, D. Hungerman, Jereb, Karner, Kerna, Kline, Knestriek, Krajacie
Kurczek, Lawrence, Lewis, Mankey, Maleski, Maloy, L. Mankey, M. Mankey, Martin,
Matteson, McCready, McCullough, McKean, MeQuade, Miklic, Miller, Mitchell, Mounts,
Myers, Nagy, Noble, Oller, Usborne, Pacario, Paluda, Pasierbek, Paul, Pethtel, Podboy
Ponton, Potiopishin, Powell, Presto, Puskarieh, Rankin, Redd, Rennie, Rishin, Roberts
Rock, D. Ross, E. Ross, Salat, Saveikis, Sayre, Scott, Seal, Semon, Seiler, Shankgovieli,
Shipe, Skillen, Smith, Spara, Spiegel, Spillman, Stanko, Steffiek, Stevens, Swartzfeger,
Szakal, Tarsia, Tarr, Tharp, Tripp, Truby, Urso, Van Nuffelen, YValker, XVardle, YVarth
YVashinski, B. Vtlatson, Z. XVatson, NVhite, XVieeheek, XVilhelm, XVilkinson, S. XVilson
V. VVilson, YVolf, YVoodburn, Yorkin, Young, Zedik,
Barr, Bartusiak, Bash, Basnett, Rayne, Bigler, Blake, Borowski, Braddock, Branczek
Bridges, Black, Brytus, Cain, Caton, Chalfant, Charnesky, Chesnic, Chivers, Chmil
Chupinsky, Chunderlik, Collins, Comstock, Cooper, Cornell, Dare, C. Davis, XV. Davis
Day, Delost, Dentzer, Devenney, Dinsmore, Drezewski, Efaw, Engel, Ford, Gibson, Grim
Haines, Hamilton, Harshman, Haught, Heatley, Higgins, Hill, Houston, Hull, Hunt
Hunter, Huston, Iaquinto, Johnston, Junge, Kenimond, Klopack, Krehel, Lendway, Leyda
Loane, Lockwood, Longstreath, Lucosky, Manfredi, Martin, Mavrich, MeClenathan, Miklic
Minton, Mitchell, Monte Calvo, H. Moore, P. Moore, Murray, E. Myers, L. Myers, Nixon
Paraska, Patrick, Phillips, Plazak, Pomykala, Powell, A. Progar, L. Progar, Puskarich
Ramsey, Ratwovich, Razvoza, Redd, Reed, G. Roberts, J. Roberts, Rodgers, Rosmon,
Ruscello, Rush, Rutan, Sanders, Saveikis, Scott, Sensky, Sibert, Sik.ora, Sisul, Smith,
Stafford, Stainbrook, Stanley, Stephonac, Stolze, Swartzfeger, Thompson, Topka, Truhy,
Turkaly, Urso, Uselton, Van Nuffelen, Vorum, Walker, XVaters, XVilhelm, WVill, Williams
Vivian Beton Audree Ellwood
President Vice President
Elinor Rossi ' Louise Collins
HISTORY OF FRESHMAN CLASS
We, the Freshman Class upon entering Trinity High School, September 3, 1940,
had a vague feeling bestowed upon us by the new surroundings. The class incident-
ally, happens to be the largest ever to enter 'Trinity High School. On November 15,
1940, we held our first class meeting where we chose advisers Zllld officers who are
as follows: President, Vivian Beton, Vice President, Audree Ellwoodg Secretary,
Elinor Rossi, Treasurer, Louise Collins, Advisers, Miss Dempster and Mr. Ross.
As we went 011 through the year we learned more and more about our Alma
Mater. Assemblies were somewhat a new experience to most of us. It didnlt seem
possible for so many students to he enrolled in one school. We all remember well
Mr. Braden's explanation of our curricular activities. On March 14, we held our
first tea dance which proved to be a success. The other big event of the year was
our Freshman Party. As we go on we will become more acquainted with the ups
and down, ins and outs of school life, but we'll endeavor, with the help of our advisers,
to make ours a most successful class.
Adams, Allender, Amos, Anderson, Andrew, Armstrong, Bainbridge, Balog, Balser,
Bamherger, Batson, Beard, Beatty, Bednarsky, Beton, Betonte, A. Bosak, H. Bosak, Brown-
lee, Bryner, Burt, Calahro, Caldwell, Camp, Campbell, Carlton, Casey, Carson, Chambers,
Cheese, Collins, Comedy, Conkle, G. Cook, B. Cook, Cooper, Cox, Crawford, Creighton,
Crowe, D'ay, Dayak, Dicks, Dulmiita, Duff, Dunn, Eagon, Ellis, Ellwood, Evans, Faulkner,
Fisher, Folkens, Fowler, Frazee, Frazier, Fritschle, Fullerton, Fulton, Gajarsky, Gallagher
Gallo, Gatten, Getzik, Glenn, Haney, Harris, Hatfield, Hawkins, Headley, Heaps, Hender-
son, Herrman, Herron, Higgins, Hochkraut, Hodgens, Holmes, D. Houston, M. Houston,
Hughes, Iams, Ingraham, Jackson, E. Jarosz, J. Jarosz, Jones, Kelley, Kenamond, Keron,
Koklich, Kopp, Kulla, Lazek, Lash, Lehetz, Leftwieh, Lestan, Lewis, Lindley, Line, Logan,
Lldvik, Lynch, Lysek, Lytton, Manfredi, Mankey, Marchinok, Martin, Martineic, Maslik,
McCalmont, MeCarrell, MeCartl1y, McClure, McFall, MeGover11, A. Miller, B. Miller, N.
Miller, Mitchell, Moore, B. Morrison, M. Morrison, Morrow, Moskavish, B. Mounts, .l.
Mounts, M. Mounts, YY. Mounts, Mull, Neal, Nixon, Olinger, Onopiuk, Opatt, R. Pease,
T. Pease, Petloek, D. Phillips, E. Phillips, Paden, Pangle, Paul, Pinchak, Plants, Plazak.
Poehiha, Pollock, Popovich, Porter, Post, Prigg, Prime, Randolph, Rankin, Rea, Reedy,
C. Reese, P. Reese, Reichert, Reighard, Rennie, Riser, Rossell, Rossi, Ruseello, A. Rush,
D. Rushn, Saeco, Sanders, Sayre, Schoenherger, Scott, Senkoski, Shrontz, Shumar, Simal,
Skariot, Slahe, Slesh, Slusser, Smiley, L. Smith, R. Smith, Spears, Spencer, Sprowls,
Sumney, Swart, Tallarico, D. Tarr, P. Tarr, Z. Tarr, Taylor, J. Tomsic, Z. Tonisic, Throck-
morton, Vester, XValker, XValls, D. YVhite, .l. XVhite, N. XVhite, XVagner, XYonsettler, B.
XVright, NVynn, YVybeck, D. Young, Margery L. Young, Margaret L. Young, Zappi.
Adams, Adolph, Ashmore, Baker, Barbish, Barringer, Battistole, Baumgardner, Beck
Bedillion, Beecham, Belcastro, Bonus, Borkowski, Borreli, Brzezinski, Bright, Buckner
Calahro, Chadwick, Chaney, Chesnie, Chupinsky, Closser, Cole, Cossu, Crawford, Crosbie
Crumrinc, H. Davidson, K. Davidson, Danley, Day, Delost, L. Desmond, S. Desmond
Drezewski, D'unkle, Elliott, Ellis, P. Ely, YV. Ely, Fahert, Faiella, Fickulak, Filius, Fisher
Flyn, Frazee, Galley, Gallo, Gayvert, Gildow, Goehelbeeker, Gowern, Green, Grove, Gruhhs
Grzyhowski, Hainer, Hamilton, Haught, Hawkins, Hellman, Hixon, Hodgens, Horne
Hrcka,'Hughes, Hunt, Insana, Jackson, Javornickey, Jedrzejezak, Johnson, Kovacic, P
Kelley, YY. Kelley, Kerna, D. King, K. King, Krisehner, Krizay, Larkin, Leitman, Lewis
Liston, Loar, Karman, Maloy, Maleski, Mankey, Marshall, Massack, McAllister, McCalmont
McCarty, McCord, McCoy, McFall, McKee, McMurdy, Medovieh, Mikesell, Miles, XV. Miller
C. Mitchell, D. Mitchell, Morrison, G. Mounts R. Mounts, Munn, Murray, 0'Brien, Oliverio
Penn, Pettit, Paulowiteh, Poland, Polk, Potoeer, Puskarieh, Riggle, Robson, Ryan, Sargent
Sayre, Seaman, Seihert, Skillen, Skowvron, J. Smith, H. Smith, L. Smith, Snyder, Solo-
mon., Spence, Sprowls, Stanley, Stenhouse, Straka, Stolze, Strnisha, Tarr, Tershel, Thom-
as, Thomas, Thompson, XValters, XVard, XVasseloff, XYatsula, YVear, C. XYeaver, XY. XVeaver
E. VVellington, R. Vtlellington, Vtlheeler, VVick, D. YVilson, I. WVilson, NVithrow, VVojcuieh
,YVolf, XVoyicki, NYright, Yarkocky, Young, Zaremba.
J. Howard Wilson Ruth Driehorst Ivan Sargent
Vice President Secretary Treasurer
THE CLASS OF 1940
Will you come with us on an imaginary tour. The purpose ot' this tour is to see
what has become of our last years graduates.
As we start up Main Street, we see a group of boys and girls entering the Hazel
Atlas Glass Company building, where they are employed. They are Anna Mae Knes-
trick, Violet Mikota, Emma Koehler, Kenneth Salsberry, Frank Nelan, Lloyd VVat-
son, Katherine Scott, Libby Lutes and Bichard Stolfer.
Further up Main Street we see another group. These are the ones who are pursu-
ing a higher education. They are hurrying to be in time for their afternoon classes.
In this group we find Marjorie Baker, Geraldine Bavoira, Lola Tarr, Eleanor Zem-
hrosky, and Margaret Carter all attending Penn Commercial College. and Betty Jean
Blackhurst, who is attending Washington Seminary. The boys in this group are Craig
Morrow, Adolph Biss, Richard Crosbie and Creel Crumrine. All these boys are at-
tending VV. Sc J. College. Other members of the Class ot' 'HIV who are attending college
are Duane Day at Muskingumg Blair Ferguson at Duquesne Universityg Fred Wezlv-
er at Penn State Collegeg Anna .lane Maize at Pinkerton's Business Collegeg Dorothy
Ely at Indiana State Teachers Collegeg Laura .lean King at California State Teach-
ers Collegeg and Mildred Asbury at State Teachers College, Cheney, Pa.
Before continuing our tour we stop at the Pyramid Service Station and are effi-
ciently attended by Joe Hagan who is employed here. Several ol' his former class-
mates are also elnployed at service stations. Lewis Adamsg Leland Condit at the Fair-
view Service Stationg Prichard Snyder at the Sargeant Service Stationg and Thomas
Klopack and Bill Thompson, both of Whoinown their own stations.
As we continue our tour we see three girls coming from the bank whe1'e they
have just cashed their weekly pay check. They are Emma .lane Hull, Dorothy Horne
and Helen Luellen who are employed by the Bell Telephone Company.
Passing the State Theater we see two boys who are employed by the MeClane
Mining Company, Edward Hagan and Malcolm Dinsmore, talking to two former
classmates, Ralph Shunk tllltl Sam Caldwell, who are now employed at Tygart Val
If time permitted us to visit three of our local dairys, we would see Gail Ell-
wood employed at Foster's Dairyg Norman Wlarth at Hough's Dairy and Denton Knes-
trick at the Snee Dairy Company.
Unfortunately, our tour does not take us beyond the city ot' Washington and for
this reason we will be unable to see several members ot' the Class ot' 'S-til". They are
Frank VVolt'e employed at the Universal Steel Mill at Bridgevilleg Mildred Drakulich
employed as a waitress at Columbus, Ohiog Mildred Chesnic at Murphy's in Canons-
burgg Frank Calabro at the St. Louis Cardinal Baseball Farm, Stephen Ferko at
Beese and Beese Mens Clothing at Canonsburgg Joseph Cook in the Air Force in Cali-
torniag John Slesh at a CCC Campg and James Headley and .lack Manon in Com-
We now focus our attention on a large group who are returning home t'rom vari-
ous jobs. This group i11cludes Tom Sobansky employed by B. F. Drakenteld and
Companyg John Duff working t'or the West Penn Power Companyg Frank Haught cm--
ployed at Penney'sg Robert Hodgens at tl1e A. :YL P.g Fred Gaido employed as a
grocery clerkg Verda Bridges at the Keystone Shoe Storeg Kathryn Nelson employ-
ed by the National Youth Administrationg Judy Gurney working for the Kress Box
Companyg .lack Lehner, who owns a radio shopg Clark Roth employed by the Patsch
Garageg Helen Gray at Kirby's Shoe Store and Alberta Green working at Murphyis.
Several members ot' tl1e class have entered upo11 the sea ot' matrimony. These are
Louise Rosing married to Mr. Norman C. Mohng Joseph Hagan to Ruth Vtlilliamsg
Margaret Jetters to Clark Rothg June Jones to George Whiteg Martha DeWitte to
Harry Hudack and Ray Meddings to Dorothy Mounts.
Now as our tour is drawing to a close we see a group ot' girls who are doing house-
work. They are Clara Bennett, Mary Gshinsky, Geraldine Miller, Grace Plott and
As we pass alo11g the street we see llltllly familiar faces belonging to members of
the class who are at home. This group includes Anna May Chontos, Betty Owens,
lverna Redd. Eleanor Piatt, Mary Ruth Clemens, VVayne Rainer and Vilagrace
The bus stops and our tour is at an end but several ot' the class, about whom
we were unable to obtain any information, are unaccounted tor. The Alumni Editors
extend their thanks to all the members ot' the Class of 1940 who returned their cards
and helped to make our section ot' the yearbook a success.
Margaret Cain, llelen Thompson.
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MAY QUEEN 1941
SARAH MARGARET MomusoN
GO TO COLLEGE CLUB
President MARGARET CAIN Vice President MAHJORIE YVEDDLE
Secretary HELEN KOZAL Treasurer JEAN HEADLEX'
Advisor Miss H. RUTH ZEDIKER
The Go To College Club has a very worthy purpose. Being encouraged by the motto,
"Aspice Finem,', its members pursue a higher education, and prepare themselves for a
better participation in college life. The motto itself, means more than "Think It Through."
It means suspended judgment, open-mindedness, and a courageous spirit that sends one
forwardg that even college, the immediate goal, is not an end in itself. The Club has
Worked toward these ends and does not feel that its efforts have bee11 in vain.
Meetings are held every two weeks. The programs have included talks by guest
speakers on various subjects pertaining to college life.
The social events of the season have been: A Candlelight Service for the Initiation of
new members, Christmas Party and a Tea honoring the faculty. As a part of the Com-
mencement activities, the Juniors entertained the Seniors at a formal dinner.
s. P. Q. iz.
Caesar said, "Veni, Vidi, Viei," but the Latin Club says, "Scientis lspsa Est
Auctoritasf' tlinowledge Itself is Authority.j A group of juniors and seniors, who be-
lieve this motto, have spent an enjoyable year, suttering with Aeneas in his adventures
and hardships. One day out of each week is devoted to a club meeting, unraveling the
myths and improving their understanding ol' the classics.
December 13, before the Canonsburg basketball game, the club sponsored a tea dance,
which was a great success. I11 February, the freshmen and sophomores, who ranked high
in their Latin, were admitted to the club with much pomp and eeremiony. The initiation
made an interesting spectacle, with the new and old members wearing togas, the apparel
of the ancient Romans.
The club is planning an assembly program to award the senior members with pins
from the National Classical Association.
Presirlent KENNETH HUOTMAN Vive Presiden! BILL Cimwronn
Secretary MARY IIELEN Ross Treasurer BETTY CHABIBERS
Advisors Mas. Sl-'RIGGS AND MR. S1'EwAn'r
As anyone can see from the above picture the primary requirement for membership
was proof ol' access to a camera.
In the second year of its existence, the Camera Club underwent some revisions. More
time has been spent discussing pictures taken by club members and some very enjoy-
able slides were shown by the faculty members and persons connected with the school
who are amateur photographers.
In our projects we have ventured into the realm of night photography, having rc-
ceived our introduction to that project at Christmas time at a party at Mr. Stewart's
home. Some interesting pictures were submitted for discussion in our project on "novel-
tiesf, Instead ot' a cash prize for each project, the money was awarded for the best pic-
tures of all projects, The grand finale of our club year was in the form of a hike which
terminated at XVashington Park.
Knowledge consists of not only being able to state facts but also' in knowing where
to Iind the facts one doesn't know. One of the best sources for the facts is the Trinity
High School Library. During the past two or three years the library has been consider-
ably enlarged through the addition of fiction books and encyclopedias.
At the beginning of this year, Miss Mary L. Martin was in charge. Due to her
sabbatical leave of absence, Miss Sarah .lane Zediker took over for a short time. At
present, the library is functioning smoothly under the capable management of Miss Ruth
Myers. She is assisted by a well-trained stall' of librarians selected from the student body.
Let, us all take advantage of this splendid opportunity to enrich our minds and
vocabularies by spending more time in the library.
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President LOYAL Wi-:Avian Vice President EARL TANNER
Secretary-Treasurer ED SIKORA
The main obstacle in the Rifle Club's path to fame, this year, was the inexpe1'ie11ee
of its members, none of last yearis team returning.
After many trials and tribulations, however, the club has achieved a fair amount
of success, if it is to be measured in the satisfaction resulting to its lnembcrs. 'llhis has
been due in great part to the ettorts of our advisors, Mr. Brown and Mr. John.
Matches were scheduled with other teams of the district, including Waynesburg
High School and NVashington High School, and the boys enjoyed the competition they
Messrs Brown illlll John have great expectations for next year's team and we sincere-
ly hope that its every shot will be a "bull's eye."
The Student Patrol of Trinity High directs hall trattic between periods. Each mem-
ber of the patrol goes on duty at his appointed position. For their services, they are
awarded emblems at the end ot' the year. The Patrol is made up ot' the following boys
from the senior class: Andrew, Crawford, Swart, Crosbie, Fullerton. Grable, Hootman,
Horner, Lazek, McNary, Morrison, Munn, Philips, Porter, Puskarich, J. Roberts, XVeaver,
This year, a new system had been devised where by "Monitors" guard the locker
room. 'tMonitors,' on duty a period each day a1'e: liackner, Carey, Duvall, Folkens,
Veltre, NValker, XVestt'all, and Zampan.
President LLovo CLEMENS Secretary AIARGARET CAIN
Treasurer AGNES NlILKO'VICl'I
In order to become a good secretary one must have experience. Tl1e Commercial
Club has been organized to give the commercial students this necessary experience by
assigning to each member a teacher for whom he performs secretarial duties.
This year the membership is composed of sixty-seven seniors and second semester
juniors. The meetings are held every other Thursday in ltoom 30 at 12:15.
The club enjoyed many interesting programs, namely, outside speakers, speeches
by members of the faculty, and movies by the Bell Telephone Company. A trip to the
Observer Office, a Tea Dance, and a Tea for the faculty were among the social activities.
The juniors brought a successful year to a close by giving a party for the senior lnembcrs.
This year there were fifteen girls in the Cafeteria Club. The four officers were
President, Marjory YVeddleg Vice President, Anne Millerg Secretary, Romaine Hultong
and Treasurer, Evelyn Bayne.
Two girls, Doris Carlisle and Alice Rankin, rep1'esented our Cafeteria at the Farm
Show at Harrisburg.
The Cafeteria with the aid of some Sophomore Home Economics girls, served at the
Football and the Father and Son banquets. The Cafeteria also served at several play
days during the year.
Each year is terminated with a big party at the home of one of the members.
TRINITY CHAPTER F. F. A.
President Itonarci' MoRR1soN Treasurer Genuine Osnoamc
Vice Presirlezit JOHN Caosnna Secretary .Mules l'Hn.1.1rs
lteporler JOHN YVALKER Watch Dog PAUL IFIULTON
Member, National Organization ot' Farm Boys Studying Vocational Agriculture.
The one hundred and tive members of the Trinity Chapter F. F. A. are individually
and collectively responsible for the outstanding record of the organization. The club
holds regular weekly meetings for the t1'ansaction of all business matters and any sub-
jects which might properly come before the group. Following the meeting instructive
programs are conducted by the students.
For two consecutive years we have won first place in the project contest conducted
in Pennsylvania and the office is now displaying the beautiful plaque which we won
VOCATIONAI, WINDOW EXHIBIT
Vocational NVindow Exhibits are built for the purpose of teaching a specific lesson
in agriculture or related subjects. VVith this in mind, our exhibit, entitled, '6Nat.ional
Defense in Agriculture" was designed and constructed by members ot' the Trinity F. F. A.
under the supervision of C. lt. Morrison and XV. T. Ellwood.
The exhibit consisted of a large map of the United States, dark blue i11 color, mount-
ed in front of a light blue, semi-circular background. The story was told by enlarged,
The display this year was shown at tl1e XVashington County Agricultural Show and
late1' at the State Farm Show at Harrisburg, where it placed third in state wide competi-
tion and received a cash prize ot' forty dollars. The Trinity club is exceptionally tortu-
nate to have had six exhibits entered at Harrisburg in as many years.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The Home Economies Club consists of all freshmen and sophomore girls enrolled
in the Vocational course. Each class is a separate unit, but united by common interests.
During the year, the freshmen, under the guidance of Grace li, Grittin, study cloth-
ing construction, nutrition, best methods of cooking, management of the home, and other
The sopholnores, under tl1e leadership ot' Amelia C. Jones, study fa111ily relation-
ship, child care, advanced nutrition, and methods of cookery. The majority of the girls
plan and make their Easter Outfits.
This year the girls re-decorated the dining room and then had all their mothers
in for tea.
The exhibit, Vocational Home-making, was designed by Grace E. Griitin and Amelia
C. Jones, instructors of the home economics. Aiding the home economic girls in the
preparation of the exhibit, were the F. F. A. boys, with their knowledge and mastery of
tools. The exhibit answers the three questions most often asked about tl1e home eco-
nomics departmentg HVVhat is vocational homemaking?,' 4'Of what value is it?" "VVhat
is to he learned by taking it?" Appearing in the exhibit are six phases of homemaking
set on a background of blue, and illuminated by a lamp. Miss Jones and Miss Griffin,
with a group of four girls: Peggy Armstrong, Jean Elliot, D'0ris Carlisle, and Alice Ran-
kin made the trip to Harrisburg, where tl1e exhibit was awarded a cash prize of forty
Keystone Farmers Keystone Farmers
PAUL HARSHMAN JUOSON NEILL JOHN XVALKER PAUL MOUNTS
President PAUL MOUNTS Vice President GEORGE OSBORNE
Selfrefllry JOE ENGLE Treasurer PAUL IIARSHMAN
Reporter LLOYD lNlYEI'tS
The Agricultural Council at Trinity High School is made up of mcmhers ot' the
Future Farmer Organization who are Outstanding in Vocational Agricultural Activities.
Those eligible for meinhersliip are: members of winning judging teams during Future
Farmer XVeek at State College, memhers Of clcmonstration teams, winners in the State
Project Contest, Keystone Farmers, memhers of the State F. F. A. Band, and all otlicers
of the regular chapter of Future Farmers.
The Council acts as an advisory group and tl1e main purpose is to create and main-
tain interest and enthusiasm in chapter activities, and to promote leadership, scholar-
ship, and cooperation.
Forty members represent the Advanced Girls' Chorus of Trinity High School. This
year, more than ever., we are stressing the tine points of expression and diction.
Our Chorus is proud to be wearing Maroon Choral Robes, which were acquired
through a Music Festival in the fall. This was the great event of the yearg in that each
division of the music department played an important part.
Success is due in great part to the excellent direction of Mr. Nprman C. Mohn, whose
untiring etlorts and unbounded vigor is inspiring.
Due to graduation, the boys' chorus lost several valuable members, but with the
oncoming underclassnien, Mr. Mohn has worked out a Chorus that sings four-part harm-
ony. It consists of ten tenors, nine baritoncs, and six bases, making a total of twenty-
During the year the boys sang at the First Christian Church and at the annual Music
Festival. The Chorus was entered in the Music Contest, held March 19 at Burgettstown.
President SABIUEL SYVART Secretary XVILLIAM Cnawronu
Vice President KENNETH HOOTINIAN Treasurer lloi-nam' Poarisn
Advisor Ma. E. VAUGHN Ross
The Trinity Beta Hi-Y considers itself among the useful and instructive clubs of
Trinity High School. Through the guidance of able leaders and fine cooperation of the
members, we believe that the Senior Hi-Y l1as attained the heights of success.
Being primarily a Christian organization the club was honored to have the Rever-
end Mr. John C. Teyssier lead the devotions at each meeting.
Among the guest speakers of the year were Mayor Brady Marble, Mr. Hinkens, and
Mr. James R. Clark.
Group affairs consisted of the annual Recovery Dance, a Joint Girl Reserve-Hi-Y
Party at the Y. VV. C. A., and a swimming party at the Y. M. C. A. VVC were also guests
at a Junior Hi'-Y Party.
The Senior Hi-Y boasts a one hundred per cent delegation to the Southwest District
Conference at Johnstown, and also a basketball team which made a very creditable
record for the season.
XVe wish to extend our very best wishes for the continued success of the future
Hi-Y Clubs of Trinity High School
Hi'-Y Clubs strive for success and ithe Junior Hi-Y Clulh of 'Trinity High School is
no exception. At the beginning of the year, the club consisted of about six old members.
Later, with on-coming freshmen, the membership rose to twenty-tive. Representatives
of the Hi-Y to the Southwest D'istriet Conference, at Johnstown, were VVayne Minton,
James Reed, Clifford Kenimond, John Hunt, and Frank Myers.
During the year, the club elected John Hunt, President, Frank Myers, Vice Presidentg
YVayne Minton, Secretary, and Bob Dentzer, Treasurer. Mr. Clark served as faculty
advisor for the club.
SENIOR GIRL RESERVES
President XVANDA IAYSH Vice pFl'Sl.f1l'Ilf ALEEN TEYSSIER
Secretary Pizoov Monmsos Treasurer MARY HEL1-:N Ross
Program Chnirmrm ETHEL RU'rn Gnrrio Advisers Mlss IJoNsoN, Miss FLo'ro-
Following our motto: "To Find and Give the Restf' the Girl Reserves had a very
successful year. XVith- the capable help of Miss Donson and Miss Floto, Y. YY. C. A. Sec-
retary, the club has sponsored many activities. These were opened by a formal initiation
on the Trinity Campus. Activities of the club included the fall Inter'-Club Council Con-
ference at Gglebey Park, Candlelight Service, Girl Reserve Roundup, Christmas Service,
the Girl Reserve New Year's Formal, the Annual Easter Breakfast, the G. R. 60th
Anniversary Party, an afternoon tea, spaghetti supper, several joint parties with the
Junior Hi Y, and an overnight hike. At Christmas time the club filled boxes for under-
privileged children of the city. The theme for the second semester program was "Per-
sonalitywg several guest speakers entertained the club.
JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES
Presiflenf Ensns Ross Vice President HIiIiEN SZAKAI,
Secretary BETTY CHAM1niRs Treasurer PATTY DUNN
Progrzuzz CIIIIIFIIIIIII RIONA LU DUNN Advisers Miss GRIFFIN, Miss FLo'ro
The Girl Reserves, a branch of the Y. YV. C. A., participated in many activities this
year. The club has approximately ninety members, all of whom belong to the Fresh-
man and Sophomore classes.
In the early autumn, the officers attended the Intent-club Council Conference at
Uglebey Park, near VVheeling, for the purpose of planning the activities of the club
during the year.
Some ot' thc major activities in which the club took part were the Candlelight Serv-
ice, the joint Girl Reserve, Hi-Y Rally and Church Service, the Girl Reserve Roundup,
the Christmas Service, the Girl Reserve New Year,s Formal, the annual Easter Rreak-
fast, and the Girl Reserves 60th Birthday Party.
A SENIOR PLAY
On May 9, 1941, the Senior Class presented "Devil May Care,', a fast moving story
of a group of motherless young moderns, who are bent on having their own way. They
succeed for a while until'Grandpa and Grandma step in and teach them a lesson. The
story takes place in a beach house during summer vacation.
The cast was as follows: Tony, James Mcflregorg Annette., E. Ruth Gettigg Betsy,
Gayle Batson, Mary, Helen Kozalg Dr. YVayne, John Crosbie, Grandpa 1Vayne, Robert
Porterg Grandma NVayne, Mary Helen Rossg John Nolton, Loyal XVeaverg Carol, Betty
Petersong Martin, Kenneth Hootmang Patricia, Doris Bedilliong Penny, Eva XVellsg Mrs.
Burgess, Clara Fowler, Gabriello, Robert Horner, Mr. VVarrcn, Joseph Puskarieh.
The Junior Class, on March 21, after several weeks of practice, presented "Little
Geraldinevf, a three-act comedy, under the direction ot' Miss Mary Il-'onson, assisted by
Mr. .l. YV. McKay.
The cast was composed of: Lois Rossell, Earl Tanner, Virginia Rossi, Cletus Martin,
Margaret McQuay, Paul Crompton, Aleen Teyssier, Philip Perkowski, Milena Chehovin,
Blane Morris, Ethel Jean Vance, and Ann Szakel. -
Also supporting the cast were the various members of the Junior Class who served
on the ticket and program committees and the indispensable back stage workers.
BEGINNING GIRLS' CHORUS
The beginning Girls' Chorus is a promising group consisting of approximately
thirty-five voices, under the direction of Mr. Norman C. Mohn. The Chorus is progress-
ing rapidly in music appreciation, diction, and three-part lnusic. The group has also
studied about the lives of many well known composers who have contributed much to
the World. The Chorus is now making a very interesting study ot' "The History of
Musicw and "The Comparison of Music of lliiterent Countriesf'
In the fall of 1938, a string ensemble was organized for the first time in the history
ot' Trinity High School. It was composed entirely of girls, twelve in all.
The next year the ensemble was reorganized. Boys were admitted to fill the vacan-
cies of those who had been graduated. During that year the group achieved much
This year, as tl1e year previous, the ensemble is composed of both boys and girls.
Our playing l1as been done mostly at churches, commencements, and banquets. This is
our third year of competing in the annual Forensic League Contest.
For those students who desire to learn to play the violin, a beginning class has been
formed. They are given instruction every Friday, during the ninth period.
As a group we believe that the string ensemble will continue to grow in both the
art of playing and number. VVe also believe that the string ensemble will always be
in the curriculum of Trinity High School, since it has proved very helpful and educa-
tional to us in the past.
Whiz! Blue! White! - Fight! Fight! Fight! Very well represents the cheer
leaders of our Alma Mater. For the very first time this year no junior leaders were
eliminated for the senior year. Senior leaders were: Romaine VVilson, Helen Kozal,
Sammy Swart, and Robert Porter. Junior leaders were: Aleen Teyssier, June Brady.
David Morrow, and Cletus Martin.
At the beginning ot' the second semester the following Sophomores were elected by
the student body: Mary Comito, Helen Szakel, Robert Dentzer, and John Hunt. They
have already shown signs of leadership by the response their yells demanded at their
few appearances in assembly.
The success of the school teams have been due in part to those leaders who have
given themselves, wholly, to encouraging the teams and fighting right with them.
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TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL BAND
YVithin the past year the Trinity hand has attained several of the goals which were
Set before it by its enthusiastic leader, Professor Norman C. Mohn. Among these were
new uniforms and some new instruments including drums and a bell lyre. A number
of drum majorettes have become a part of the band adding much to its appearance.
The hand began a successful season by parading for Lewistown during the Elks
Convention, which was held in Vtfashington in August. The band received honorable
mention and also a check for seventy-live dollars. Then later took part in the Armis-
tice parade held at McDonald.
There is 110 doubt that, under Mr. Mohn's direction, the band will continue to ex-
pand and grow better.
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After losing the season's opener to llonora, the baseball team came back to win
fifteen consecutive games and the NV. P. I. A. L. championship. The boys evened the
score with Donora by shutting them out 6-0, in the last game before the playoffs.
Faced with a rather diilicult schedule, the squad got down to business early and
swept through all sectional opponents without a defeat. In the semi-final game played
on the last day of school at the XVashington High School Field, Trinity defeated Browns-
ville 5-0, the latter getting only one hit and that in the last inning. The final game was
played at Forbes Field two days later, and whereby, we defeated Midland 3-0 to become
Billy Sams proved to be the outstanding pitcher in the VV. P. I. A. L. In ten games,
l1e allowed only 13 runs and 32 hits and easily led tl1e league with a strikeout record
of 140 in G6 innings or better than two an inning.
The boys who saw the most service were:
Carman, Drenick, T. Brytus, Sisul, Baekner-Infielders.
Potopishin, Davidson, A. Kern, Progar-Outfielders.
Of this group only two, Carman and Calabro, were graduated and prospects are
bright for another successful season.
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h VARSITY FOOTBALL
Approximately seventy candidates answered the first call for football practice. After
several weeks of intensive training, Coaches Decker and Moore had molded a fast, hard-
hitting team around only three regulars from the previous year, Sparra, Tiano and
Gaido. NVhat the team lacked in experience it made up in light, and the season's record
was a creditable one. It showed five victories, three defeats, and one tie.
From the squad Gaido, Tiano, Syncr, Phillips, Chambers, Sasek, Arlotta, and Thomas
will be lost by graduation.
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Trinity CAwayJ . 0 Washington
Trinity C.-Xwayj .21 Georges
Trinity CHomeJ .... . . .26 Brentwood
Trinity CHCJIIICD ,... . . .12 Curmichzlcls
Trinity fHlJI11CJ .... 0 Cununsburg
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Trinity QHumej .... li Mulmngzxlicla
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Trinity ....... .110 Opponents
1 VARSITY BASKETBALL
Coach Moore began a few weeks before the close of football season to drill the cage
squad for a strenuous schedule of twenty'-five games. The season's record of seventeen
victories and only eight defeats proves that the effort was not in vain. Outstanding
among the victories were two wins over Canonsburg High. At the close ot' the regular
W. P. I. A. L. season, Trinity was tied with Cecil and Burgettstown for first place in
Section 14. In a playoff, the latter defeated Trinity 27-24 on the NVash High Floor, and
later beat Cecil to become champions.
One of the satisfying features of the season was the improved play of the second
team composed entirely of underclassmen. They should be a great help next year
because of their experience gained under tire. Five seniors will be lost from the squad,
namely, Backncr, Blake, Drenick, Thomas, and Veltre.
Trinity Alumni ........ Trinity .... -15 Carmichaels .
Trinity 1Vash High .... Trinity .... . . 47 'McDonald ..
Trinity Claysville ...... Trinity .... .. 17 'Burgettstown
Trinity Centerville ..... Trinity .... . . 52 NVaynesburg .
Trinity YVaynesburg Trinity ,... . . 35 Canonsburg .
Trinity Canonshurg .... Trinity .... . . 47 Centerville .
Trinity Ellsworth ...... Trinity .... .. 56 'Cecil ...... .
Trinity Claysville ..... Trinity .... .. 44 Carmichaels
Trinity California ..... Trinity .... .. 40 'Mcllonald ..
Trinity... ... Donora .. . Trinity .... .. 14 'Burgettstown
Trinity. .. ... California ..... Trinity .... .. 24 +Burgettst,own
Trinity VVash High ..... L
Trinity Ellsworth ......
Trinity Cecil ..... Total ...... 902
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TSection 14 Playoff.
Long . . . 26 228
Veltre ... 26 132
Blake .... 13 115
Backner .. ... 20 114
Progar ... 13 99
Brezinski 9 51
Drenick . . 7 51
Polinsky ... ... 7 45
VV. Tomsic .... . 11 25
Carey ...... . 5 21
Quinn ..... . 4 18
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Our track season might well be called successful for in three dual meets Trinity was
victorious three times. The victims were Georges Township, lvionongahela, and Bridge-
ville. In a triangular meet with Donora and Central Catholic of Pittsburgh, we finished
second and placed second in a quadrangular meet with YVashington, High, Brownsville,
The freshman thin-clads in their preliminary meets defeated the eight grade teams
of the district. As their big test, they went to the Junior XV.P.I.A,L. meet, at the Pitt
Stadium and came hack with third place. There was a ditference of less than a point
between the first three teams in an extremely close contest. Trinity swept the pole vault
event copping all four places.
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This year's reserve team boasts a better record than any other in the school's history.
Coach Moores little varsity ehalked up a total of eighteen wins in twenty starts. Included
in the win column were two victories over NVash High Reserves and two over Canonsburg
Reserve. Having made a nalne for themselves, these boys will be battling for berths on
the Trinity varsity next season. It is hoped that their basketball future will be as bright
as their records indicate. Members of the team were Saunders, Patrick, Dinsmore, Davis,
Stafford, Stanley, Cornell, Pomykala, Paraska, and Puskarich.
'l'ri11ity's second intramural basketball tournament was held on Saturday, February
15, 19-11. The field ot' seven teams narrowed itself to two, the Yhudies and the Pushovers,
ln the finals the Pushovers won by a score of 17-11. The winning team consisted of:
Paraska, Queer, M. Stanley, Sta1't'ord, M. Goga, .lohn Beck, Adams, Joe Puskarich, Polny-
lcals, and Ted Polinsky, Manager.
The T-Club, noted for its awards to outstanding Trinity girls in scholarship and
aetivity, has, for the past seven years. made it possible for the school to show its appre-
ciation to the varsity football team. This year the club staged a Football Dance on
November 15th, and honored tl1e team and coaches at a banquet in the school cafeteria.
On December 18th, Coach lloark ot' NV. and J., was guest speaker at the affair.
The girls elected Letitia Mogentale, Presidentg Helen Marks, Viee Presidentg Mildred
Cook, Secretaryg and llomaine YVilson, 'l'reasurer. l'nder their leadership and the guiding
hand ol' Miss Kiblinger, both the dance and the banquet were huge sueeesses. Expenses
of the banquet were defrayed by means of the dance and the proceeds from a giant skating
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victories and one defeat. Coach Ueckerts boys suffered tl1eir only defeat at the hands of
Bentleyvillc Junior High. This game brought about a playott' for the Section IV champion-
ship which Bentileyville won. This team showed much improvement during the course
of the season and some ot' its members should be valuable additions to the reserves next
season. The following boys made up the squad: K. Adams, N. Robson, .l. XVassilotT, P.
Calabro, H. McKee, XV. Tarr, E. Bedillion, H. Ellis, F. Karman, R. Gayvert, and G. Sprowls.
To this group should go a great deal of credit for their untiring efforts in caring for
the athletes and the athletic equipment. They are the boys who answer all the questions
and their job is a ditticult one. No sport could exist successfully without them. ln fact,
they are what might be called indispensable. Two senior managers, Martin Cook and
Mike Goga, will be graduated. Slaying on the job will be Charles Caton, Fred Blake,
Paul Calabro, and. Don YVilson as football managers, and Harry Moore, very etticient
basketball manager and his freshman aide, Harvey Mcltee.
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Junior ClilSS'hrIABY D0-NSON
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The Novel-T, a publication of the Junior Class, went to press six times this year,
bearing all the luscious news of current happenings from Campus romances to the weights
of the basketball players.
This year a precedent was established in that it was made possible for a customer to
secure a subscription for all issues.
Each issue had a certain theme whiich was featured on the front page. The April
issue was the only exception. The main staff was made up of Juniors, but the reporters
came from the two lower classes. Miss Donson and Mr. McKay were the faculty advisors.
IF YOU CAN FCRGET
lt' you can forget detention at noon
If you can forget the teacheris tune
If you can forget how we thought we were doomed
lt' you can, you're better than 1.
lf you can forget the poems We read
lt' you can forget what all they said
It' you can forget how we wished we were dead
If you can, you're better than I.
If you can forget the bell that saved us
If you can forget all the bother and fuss
If you can forget that home then we'd rush
ll' you eau, you're better than I.
If you can forget at the end of the year
li' you can forget the report cards so dear
If you can forget in many eyes a tear
If you can, youire better than I.
Here's to you, dear Trinity,
lVlay we not forget,
That to your l'air name, dear school,
YVe 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 ol' which we sing
Dear Old Trinity.
Dear Trinity, we hail thee,
Our songs lo thee we raise.
YVe otTer love, and homage great
Amt lit'l our hearts in praise.
Forever we will treasure
The memories so true,
And in our dreams, our thoughts will turn,
Dear Trinity, to you.
Dear Trinity, we hail thee,
lVIay honor e'er be thine,
For in these old historic walls
You've been to us a shrine.
Oh, fling your colors to the breeze,
Your banners white and blue,
Long may she live, Dear Trinity,
So glorious, grand and true.
GOOD OLD U. S. A.
Over there, lhey're out on the line
lflere the air is pure and tree,
So l'll stay in this land and dineg
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No bomhs to tear our hearts away,
No airplane raids for us to tearg
So let's he happy and all he gay
And give l'. S. A. a rousing cheer.
Americaerelionie ol' the hrave.
And ever the home ot' the free.
lts Democracy we will save,
lt's the good old tl. S. A. for ine.
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VVhere is the land that men most cravef-
'l'he land ot' the tree and home ot' the brave?
America is this great land
lt reaches out to grasp the hand.
ln regions t'ar across the sea
VVar has caused great poverty.
This sorrow is unknown to you and nie
Because we live in the land ot' the tree.
Neither king, nor dictator to us does preach
Because democracy is within our reach.
VVe sit in peace at tiresides bright
And are t'ar removed from t'ear at night.
XVe must he thankful t'or this gift
And never from our home land drift.
Together we must keep this peace,
For in America it must never cease.
Une awfully queer thing I'm finding outg
As deeper into experience I go.
That the more I study und sprout,
The less und less I seem to know.
You seem to me an slave-driver, but
I know that really your doing your bestg
To bring me out ol' ignorance und rut,
So I can live in harmony with the rest.
I never wus tl poet,
And, I never expect to be.
And all in vain, I try to write,
A poem, about an tree.
All day I sit in study hull
And write, sueh lines us these,
VVhen I know that spring is eulling
And the birds are in the trees.
I know I'm not El poet,
So why pretend to be.
I'll just let Joyce Kilmer
XVrite poems about the tree.
lVIy ehoieest melancholy shelter
Is not amid the helter skelter
Ol' the eity crowds, oh nog
Nor at the motion picture show
I'd rather find a place that's quiet
Away from all this noise and riot
l'd slip away to a quiet spot
To be alone there in my thoughts
l'd think of what I'd like to be
To dream of what life holds for me
But on returning home I see
I have to face reality.
For just a little while, Dear One,
VVe could pretend again,
And walk along that dim old path
Down Iteminiscence Lane.
We'd know our tree when once we saw
Initials deep-earved there.
Perhaps we'd how our heads a bit
At time for evening prayer.
The years would fade and we'd he young!
No lines upon our face.
And ol' the sorrows we have known
Therekl be not one small traeee, -
For just a little whileg hut then
VVhen dreaming time was o'er,
NVe'd l'eel again that trysting thrill
We knew in days ot' yore.
XVe've lrudged the daily path ol' liI'e
Together, through the years.
VVe,ve had our days ol' laughter and
We'v'e had our share ot' tears.
So let's walk slowly down the lane
Ol' memory tonighteee
'Twill not he long until we tread
Lanes ol' eternal light.
All thc busy hurried throng
Havc plucked the roadside clean,
'Till not o11e modest hlossom's left
Nor one soft pclal seen.
They always take the easy way
And scramble for the nearestg
But you may have them, hasty souls,
For I shall pluck the dearest.
In deep retreats and silcnl shade,
There hlooms the tlower I seek,
NVherc nonc despoil with manners rude
The innocent and meck.
No roadside dusl their petals shower,
VVhere men and cares go hy,
Only the peaceful forest there
And lhe Cilllll contented sky.
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AUTO FIRE LIFE BONDS
--10 North Main Street WASIIINGTON, PENNA.
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PHONE S1832 liilyllllllld Smith, Mgr
Don't Spend It All
Anyone who earns money owes it to lllIllS0ll' to save part ol' it.
Financial independence can only he zlehievetl in this manner.
He wiseeluke cure of your future NOYV.
Citizens National Bank
NV.xs H lNo'1'oN, PIQNNA.
M e m b e r
Mellbank Group Federal Reserve Bank Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
HITE . ..
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY and CUTTING VALUE
Bc-cause of our splendid 2lSSUI'lll1Clll, plus
planing mill llucilitivs, we olfcr thc users
ol' OAK unexccllccl service in straight or
mixccl quuutilics. NVQ iuvilc your use ol'
MARTIN'S LUMBER CO.
VVcsl Chestnut Street lixlcnsiou
HSIQTIQQBQD up laEQ
WHEN YOU THINK OF INSURANCE
ANDERSON Sc POLLOCK
FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT AUTO
14-18 NVeSt XVhe-eling Street NNIZISIIIIIQIOII, Penua.
Bell Phone 1295 or 1296
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I Lane Ghests
Home Furnishing Division
RUSS INDEPENDENT UIL CUMPANY
Elect 'i ' Se " 'J Ce ll "
DICKS SERVICE STATIONS ' L mt ' "
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House Furnishings lielrigerutors
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Phone 21529, 9811, 3316 nb Pimxlh 8 3
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A The Sherwin-Williams Color Styling Service h iwi tie' A
SHERWIN - WILLIAMS PRODUCTS
111 North lviillll Street PHONE 1096-I
Washington Plumbing, Heating
and Supply Co.
Aeetylene Wlelcling and Supplies
07 VVest Cherry Avenue
Try Our Delirious Barbecues
1079 East lVlaiclen St.
Blackburn's Service Station
"Try Our Service"
1075 East lVlaiden Street
Two Home Owned Stores HW B081 Oi All
28 N. Main sr. 144 S. Main st. ICE CREAM5
Phone 32200-3201 Phone 1406-1407
Special Prices to
Fraternities and Schools
Steel Construction Company
Phone 2188-R 106 Highland Ave.
KECK'S BEVERAGES, Inc.
G. E. S-ltllll, Distributor
Natural Mineral VVater Beverages
De Solo Sc Plymouth Passenger Cars
CHARTIERS MOTOR CO.
20 North Franklin Street
Ai.. G. S'r1-11:11, Jlmzuger
HE new mens nH,GmHTE
IMPERIAL Gjfwose wifi:
'vfhe Cream of All Ice Creamsz' Za
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C0l111J1i111Ql1lS oi' g.,
f KURTZ MONUMENT CO
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANIQX Washington, PH.
XxYZlSl1i1lgt011, PUIIIIQI. Czllmllshurg, Pu. B10llOllgilllCl2l, 1
JESSOP STEEL CO.
Cgygart Talley Glass Gompany
Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery
WM. J. WARRICK, JR.
15 ICQISI Beau St.
VVQ Give Gold lioncl SILIIIIIJZL
Tlley Save You 21672,
F. B. MCKINLEY
Presenting a Large Selection of Hamilton,
Elgin and Belmar Wrist Watches
DIAMONDS and .IISVVICIMY
1847 Rodgers Flatware
The New I51 Parker Lifetime Pen
-and many other items of interest
You A1'e Cordially Invited to Come In
and Look AIUIIIHI
I5 N. Malin Sl. W2lSiliIlgllJlI, Pax.
JAMES M. LYDIC 86 CO.
Printing For All
35 East Pine Avenue
P A U L 86 P O S T
u I1 d
172 South MIIIII Street
C o in
Pittsburgh and Fairmont Coal Co.
Judson Wiley St Sons
llll Soulli Main Str
ect XYVLISIIIIIQIUII, Pennu.
JACK HART PENNZOIL are
16 N. Main Sl. XXY2lSlIil1gl0Il, Pa. PERFECT PARTNERS
Be Sure lo Visit
HART'S Sportswear Center
See the New
Kilpatrick Tweed Sport Coats
Hart's Tweed and Gaharcline Slaeks
Portage "Monarch" Nuliuek Shoes
The Latest Loafer Coats
Quality al Low Prices
Ask about our
NEVV TIME PAYMENT PLAN
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He1'e's a real way to save on driving
sosts: Switch to Penzip gasoline! You get
a smooth-running, carbon-free motor ....
no power Wasted because Penzip burns
clean .... faster piek-up, more pep, real
no-knock action and EXTRA MILES with
Penzip, the perfect partner of PenZoil motor
BE WISE .... USE PENZIP z
Minter s Fine Candies
Lovell s 86 Covel Chocolates
JONES, COLWES Sc KRALL
955 VVest Chestnut Street
Once again i6MUI,l,OX'-M,XIJIi quality
and workmanship" seores as the
O1,x'MrlYs is eased in a iVI0l.l.0Y-lVl.XlJl'I
DAVID MOLLOY PLANT
2857 North VVestern Ave.
LAN G'S FUR SHOP
25 NVest Chestnut Street
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SIU NORTH MAIN STREET
1. A. Rungo
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
233 SoU'rH MMN S'l'REli'I'
Telephone Your Order
We NVill Give It Prompt
Buy it in the
HANDY SIX BOTTLE CARTONS
For Your Home
SHOES FOR IVOJIEN
Sizes 2M lo 10
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XVAS 11 1N1a'1'0N, IJENN s YLVANIA
ELLIQTTWS ISALY'S DAIRY STORE
DELICATESSEN ICE CREAM
VVashington, Pa. LUQIQLES
305 VVest Maiden Street
All Kinds of Laundry
WATTERS ELECTRIC CO.
VViring and Contracting
Repairs on All Electrical Appliances
26 East Beau Street
Phone 16-1-L -VVashington, Pa.
VALENTINE 86 MURRAY
George Wasliingtoii Hotel
REED 86 CAMERON
The place to buy
Hardware, Harness, Dairy and
Root Bee Supplies
Axfos KNi5s'rmcK Al'sT1N KNESTRICK
Distributing Agents for
Edison Mazda Lamps
KNESTRICK ELECTRIC CO.
VViring and Supplies
60 East Beau St.
Phone 1000 VVashington, Pa.
C. H. SCOTT SERVICE
Gull' Products and
Called tor and Delivery Service
27 East Maiden Street
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
CRAIG SERVICE STATION H0Hdf1u21fl0fSf'01'
PHONE 4181-R All makes ot' Typewriters and
VVolfdale, Pennsylvania Adding Machines, Safes
Steel Files, Shelving
Compliments of TYPEWRITER COMPANY
WOOLWORTH 86 CO.
57 VVest Chestnut Street
H. E. SWARTZ BliRT' BosWEL1,
E R ROEBUCK 85 CO.
WE SERVE THE NATION SHOP AT SEAR'S
Electric and Gasoline VVashers 'tColdspot" Refrigerators
Radios, Tubes and Batteries Stovcs Furniture
Plumbing and Heating Systems Hardware Roofing
Poultry Supplies "David Bradley" Farm Machinery
Harness and Supplies "Seroco" Paints Wzlll Paper
Automobile Parts "Allstate" Tires
Motor Oil Kitchen Utensils Auto Battcrics
Fishing and Camping Nccds, etc.
1934 A PHONES Ae 1935
Home ualit Launolr
Hemlock Street vVElSlllllgt0ll, Pa.
MCNARYE JEWELRY STORE PEERLESS SALES COMPANY
Showing a wonderful selection of the new
things in jewelry and novelties for both men Division of Peerless Incorporated
and Women' Manufacturers-Distributors
Elgin and Hamilton watches in their latest PEERI-ESS
model casesg all prices. See them before BQII-ER FEEDWATER TREATMENT
buying a watch. It will be a pleasure to fm-the
Slww them to YOU- prevention and control of corrosion
Gold Hlled link watch bracelets of every 1H10W D1'eSSu1'e heatmg Systems
descupuon' Post Office Box 436
31 North Main Street Washington, Pennsylvania
The Store with the Street Clock
R. T. F OWVLER
General Contractor and Builder
Plans and Estimates Furnished
VVasl1ington H. D. 3 Washington, Pelilisylvaliia
TEMPLETON'S DRUG STORE
33 North Main Street XN2lSlllI1gt0ll, Pu.
WASHINGTON MOULD, MACHINE and FOUNDRY CO.
FORGE SHOP MACHINE SHOP FOUNDRY
GLASS HOUSE MOULDS MACHINE PARTS ACETYLENE WELDING
Bell Phones 3240-3241 Madison and Greene Avenue Washington, Penna.
, P E If N , F L O W E R s
Sanitary Cleaning Dyeing Cut Flowers Floral Designs
Pressing Repairing Potted Plants
PHONE 952 V1's1'lo1's Welcome al Our
133 South Main street FRANCIS GREENHQUSE
Wzislliligtoli, Pa. WOLFDALE
Phone Washington 2681
S. J. T. HOUGH DAIRY
600 .Icfferson Avenue VVnshingtOn, Pennu.
Washington Union Trust CO.
Checking, Savings Accounts, and Certificates Of Deposit
Acts in All Fiduciary Capacities
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
SCHOOL SAVINGS IJEPOSITORY
and s. A. MEYER co. 011
Dispensing Easy Credit
Opticians S. A. MEYER Co. Terms
S. A. MEYER Co.
S. A. MEYER CO,
9 O 9
S A MEYER CCD
64 VVest Chestnut Street, XV2lSlIlIIgl0ll, Pa.
Dunbar 8s Wallace Lumber Co.
1045 .l6ll'6l'SOII Avenue
EVERYTHING T0 BUILD ANYTHING
Washington County Fire Insur-
F. O. VANCE, Florist
Flowers for All Occasions
Cor. VVest Maiden and Hamilton
"Complete" Business Training
Bell Phono 2900
DODGE and PLYIVIUIUTH CARS T
G W cl d E
ll 00 Wal' N
Dodge Brotllcrs Trucks
235 E381 Maiden Street
XX7t1SIlIIlgI0ll, Pa. WASIIINMON, PA.
More EIIIIJIOQIIIPIII Calls
Than IVF Can Fill
PE'l'liOI.EUM FARM SUPPIES
WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU
268 VVEST VVHEELNG STREET
"THE STORE OF MARSHALL"
DRY GOODS AT THEIR BEST
Conlplvtc Lino ol' Ladies Furnislliugs
20 North Malin Street PHONE 177
I For Quality Meats and Prompt Service-
YENKO'S PURITY MEAT MARKET
BIGGER BETTER REl"lfESIllNG
Pepsl - Cola
Solcl in li lfoille Curious ul Your Local Grocers
BROWN - HUSTED
WAs111Ncs'roN, PA. WASHINGTON BAKING
lVafc'11 lhe Fords Go By COMPANY
To those whose support has aided in making the
Olympus possible, we wish to express our appreciation
and to call to the attention of the studentss and pa-
trons the many organizations which placed advertise-
ments in the Qlympus.
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