Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA)
- Class of 1944
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To MR. J. H. WILSON,
We, the members of the Olympus Staff, Wish to
dedicate this seventeenth issue of the year book
as a symbol of the deep appreciation the entire
student body holds for the many unselfish serv-
ices he has rendered to us as a school, and as
Mr. Wilson came to Trin-
ity in 1933. Since that time he has been an
inspiration in the class room as a teacher of
Biology. He has proved himself a valuable
asset in the athletic department especially in
4 To Mr. J. H. Wilson, a
man of leadership, We take the honor and priv-
ilege of dedicating this book as a tribute to the
many benefits which he has contributed to the
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GEORGE D. IXLLISON DAVID STENHOUSE
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MARTIN HALLAR1 E, A. HOOTMAN I. W. LEECH CLYDE MAYNE
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PAUL RALPE VV. B. REDD ANTHONY ROMANO F. W. Sl-IRONTZ
North Franklin Amwell Canton Amwell
ARTHUR L, SMITH MRS. MARGARET ULERY JOHN H. WARNE GARv1N R. WYL112
South Strabane Canton North Frankhn Canton
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Boys and girls of Trinity High
School do not think when you go from Trinity that
you will have an easy job. A young man once request-
ed Henry Ward Beecher to assist him in finding an easy
position. Mr. Beecher replied: "You cannot be an
editor. Do not try the law. Do not think of the min-
istry. Let alone all ships, shops, and merchandise. Be
not a farmer nor mechanic, neither a soldier nor sailor.
Don't Work, don't study, don't thinkg none of these are
easy. You have come into a hard world and I know
only one easy place, and that is the grave." The Direc-
tors of Trinity High School appreciate the Work of the
Principal, the Teachers and all that had anything to do
with the success of the Olympus.
MRS. GARNET ALLISON 1942
Slippery Rock State Teachers College, Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, B.A.g Graduate work,
Washington and Jefferson Collegeg American
Historyg Commercial Geography.
Truth crushed to fartlz :lmll rise again.
MRS. AGNES K. AULD 1942
University of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.L.g Advisor
Science Club, Chemistryg Physics, Senior
Voices efver lrmu, gentle and sfweet
JAMES R. BRADEN, Principal 1933
University of Pittsburgh, M.E.D.g Washing-
ton and jefferson College, B.S.
He is our guide, philosoplzer, and friend.
MRS. MARY D. ALLISON
Westminster College, B.A.g Graduate work,
Washington and Jefferson Collegeg Director
of Dramaticsg Advisor of Freshman Classg
Advisor of Senior Girl Reserves: Sponsor of
May Dayg English.
Life has love linen to sell
Music like a curve of gold.-Teasdale.
ELSIE BEALL 1942
Indiana State Teachers College, B.S.g Advisor
of Sophomore Classg Advisor of Junior Girl
Reservesg Vocational Economics.
Virtue is lmld and fvirtue newer fearful.
An rxczfllfnt flung in fwollmrz.-Shakespeare.
BLAINE A. BEEGHLY 1943
Western University, B.S.g Graduate work,
Morris Harvey Collegeg American Youth
Foundation of Michigang Advisor of Future
Farmers of America, Supervisor of Agri-
While the plofwman, near at hand,
Whistles o'er ihe furrofwed land.-Milton,
G. Allison M. Allison A. Auld E. Beall B. Beeghly
ROBERT S. WILSON, Assistant Principal
Washington and jefferson College, B.S.,
Olympus Staff, French, Algebra.
Here -was a man to hold against the -'world
A man to mnleh the mountains and the sen.
RUTH DAMBACH 1942
Westminster College, B.B.A.g University of
Pittsburgh, Advisor of Commercial Club,
Advisor of Go-To-College Club, Salesman-
shipg Typing, Shorthand, Business English.
Honor, anger, valor, fre, a low' that life could
MILTON T. DECKER 1937
Waynesburg College, B.S., Graduate work,
Pennsylvania State College, California State
Teachers College, Advisor of Senior Class,
Olympus Staff, Government and Pennsyl-
vania Historyg Physical Education, Athletic
Feeling kindly unto all the earth.-lllorris.
JEN N IE M. FERRALLI 1942
Washington Seminary, Pennsylvania College
For Women, B.A., Senior Class Advisor,
Olympus Staff, Advisor of "T" Club, Direc-
tor of War Bond and Stamp Salesg American
History, Physical Education.
Vlfuid, irue 'with eye: of gold and hramhle defw.
CLEON S. HALLAM 1926
Washington and jefferson College, B.A., M.A.g
University of Pittsburgh, Advisor of Olym-
pus, Advisor of Senior Hi-Yg Economics,
Sociology, American History.
Ye that ha-ve failh to look fwith fearless eyes.
WILLIAM A. HARRIS 1941
Washington and jefferson College, B.S., M.S.
University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D.g Advisor of
Freshman Class, Advisor of junior Hi-Y
General Science, Biologyg Physical Geogra-
And he fwas alfwayx human ax he talked.
R Dambach M Decker J. Ferralli C. Hallam W Harris
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MRS. GRACE B. HILL 1942
West Virginia Universit B
y, .A., Iowa State
College, M.S., University of Chicago, En
lish, Com '
Wixrlolfi is halter than fullifi.-PI'0'lIEfbI.
MRS. FRANCES HUFFMAN 1
Slippery Rock State Teachers College, B.S.,
Shorthand, General Business Training,
Whose armor is his honest thozzghf.-Watlon.
JAY LOUIS LONGD
Carnegie Institute of Technology, B.A.,
Graduate work, University of Pittsburgh,
M.A., Director of Music, Band, Orchestra,
Boys' Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus.
Muric is the unifvf1'.ral 1
anguagc' of mankind.
JAMES A. MONIGER
Washington and Jefferson College, B.S.,
Graduate work, Washington and Jefferson
College, Olympus Staff, Advisor of junior
Paper Staff' Ad '
t , visor of Junior Class, Eng-
lish, General Business Training.
Htl -well thy part, there all the honor lies.
EMILY E. MYERS 1936
University of Pittsburgh, B.A,, Graduate
work, Washington and Jefferson College,
A full rifh nature, free to tru.rI.-Whittier.
. E' Nlyefi
Longdon l- Momger
RUTH A. MYERS
Muskingum College B A
, . ., Graduate work
Muskingum College, University of Pitts
burgh, Librarian, Advisor of junior Girl
Reserv ' E '
All that -'we .vmzd into the l'
we: of others
Come.: back mio our ofwn.-Jllarkham.
MRS. R. B. PATTON
University of Pittsburgh, B.S., Advisor of
Junior Class' Advisor f '
, o Commercial Club
Advisor of junior P
aper, Typing, Commer:
cial Law' B '
Noi 'what fwz' gifue, but fwha
BARBARA E. REYN
Indiana State Teachers College, B.S., Advisor
of Home Economics Club, Vocational Eco-
nomics, Advisor of "T" Club, Physical Edu-
lfffpirzg fwith many a bright disguise,
The .fen'z't of .u'lf-Jacvifife.-Whitlier.
MRS. ROBERT W. SMITH 1942
Westminster College, B.S., Graduate work,
Washington and jefferson College, General
Mathematics, Plane Geometry, Advanced
A happy soul, tha! all the 'way
To hea-'uerz both a .rummar da .-T
MRS. MARGARET C. SPRIGGS 1933
Geneva College, B.A., Graduate work, Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State
College, Advisor of Latin Club, Latin.
F . . .
or beauty lz-ve: fwzth kzrzdmfsr.-Shakerpcare.
R. Myers R. Patton B
. Reynolds R. Smith
t fwz' share.-Lofwnll.
IV. Stewart Theakston J. Wilson E. Wiley L. Andrew
WILMA STEWART 1942
Waynesburg, B.A.g Graduate work, Uni-
versity of Pittsburghg General Mathematicsg
And through the hazy 'veil of atmosphere
Has draped about the gleaming fare of day.
MISS THEAKSTON 1944
University of Pittsburghg Florida State
Teachers College, B.S.g General Scienceg
Biologyg Physical Geography.
Hofw happy ir he burn and taught.-Watton.
J. H. WILSON 1933
Thiel College, B.S.g Graduate work, Wash-
ington and jefferson Collegeg Advisor of
Stamp Clubg Biology.
With flag: of bravery zmfurled
find tharity that 'would endure.-Ro.r.r.
MRS. ELEANOR S. WILEY 1943
Waynesburg College, B.S.g Government and
And lilies' on their slender :talks
Lesx .rtately one than she.-Nash.
LOUISE ANDREW 1943
Trinity High Schoolg Assistant Secretary to
Such eyes as might the eye: of gold
Of all the .rtarx of night behold.-Riley.
MRS. CORA BARNEY 1933
Ami join fwith thee calm Peare and Quiet.
VERNER GAYVERT 1931
Supervisor of buildings and grounds.
He .vpeaketh not, yet there lie.:
In hz.: eye: a oonfvrruztion.-Ten11y.ro11.
MARGARET E. RANKIN 1942
Washington Seminaryg Secretary to Princi-
I'll note you in my hook of memory.
C. Barney V. Gayvert M. Rankin
JAMES R. CLARK
Juniata College, B.S.g Graduate work, Wash-
ington and Jefferson Collegeg University of
Pittsburgh, Advisor of junior Classg Member
of Olympus Staffg Director of Cheerleadersg
Advisor of junior Classy Hi-Y Clubg Sci-
Ring in the low' of truth and right.-Tennyson.
Entered Army january 27, 1942.
Carnegie Institute of Technology, B.A.g Di-
rector of Music.
Blersed 'with each talent and each art to please.
Entered Army December 15, 1941.
J. ARLEIGH JOHN
Washington and Jefferson College, B.S.,
M.A.g Graduate work, Washington and jef-
ferson Collegeg University of Pittsburgh:
Member of Olympus Stalfg Advisor of Soph-
omore Class, Advisor of Rifle Clubg Mathe-
The larger heart, the kindlier hand.
Entered Navy May 29, 1942.
Ohio Northern University, B.S.g Graduate
work, University of Pittsburghg Advisor of
UT" Clubg Girls' Basketball Coachg Physical
I thank fwhalefvcr gods may lm for my uncon-
Entered Navy July 4, 194-3.
J. WILLIAM McKAY
Waynesburg College, B.A.g Graduate work,
Slippery Rock Teachers Collegeg Advisor of
Junior Class, Member of Olympus, Englishg
His' manner: -were genile, complying, and bland.
' Entered Army December 1, 1942.
CHARLES R. MORRISON
Washington Business Collegeg Penn State
College, B.S.g Washington and Jefferson Col-
legeg Advisor of the Future Farmers of
Americag Supervisor of Agriculture.
Freedom': .rfword fwill strongly drafw.-Burns.
Entered Navy October 1, 1942.
E. VAUGHN ROSS
Washington and Jefferson College, B.A., M.S.g
Graduate work, University of Pittsburghg
Advisor of Junior Classg Advisor of Senior
Hi-Y, Member of Olympus Staffg Director
of Cheerleadersg American History.
Body and soul the purpose to pursue.
Entered Army July 1, 1942.
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" V'.Qf71 Q5 -A
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
One bright day early in September, 1939, the faculty of Trinity High heard a re-
sounding tramp. Looking out of the windows, they saw the "Class of '44" entering.
It wasn't long until We, as a Freshman Class, selected the following leaders:
Mr- ROSS Faculty Advisors
Vivian Beton Elinor Rossi
Audree Ellwood Louise Collins
In our Sophomore year, things went along more smoothly and the future Presi-
dents and First Ladies strutted around with all the dignity they could muster. Being
an active class, we again organized quickly. Officers for the year were:
Paul Calabro Alice Miller
Robert Young Irene Taylor
As Juniors, not quite so sure of ourselves now that the final lap in our journey
through school was drawing near, we were really applying ourselves to lessons Camong
other thingsj. Selected to represent the class were:
PaulICalabro Mary Martin
Kenny Adams Sara Frazier
Due to the War, our faculty underwent a few changes. Nlr. Ross entered the Army
and Miss Dempster left the school. Miss Ferralli and Mr. McKay took the places of
the two former advisors. However, lVIr. McKay was called to the Army, too. His
place was ably filled by Mr. Decker.
Now the goal that called forth all efforts-each student could call himself a Sen-
ior! The Senior Class was a beehive of activity, sponsoring a play, dances, parties,
and other events of interest. The officers were:
Paul Calabro Annetta Wonsettler
Raymond Gayvert Evadine Hart
Paul went to the Navy, so Raymond stepped up to take his place, and Robert Ellis
All in all, the graduating class is a successful one. It entered Trinity as the larg-
est Freshman Class and left, one of the most determined. If in the future years you
meet a member of the 'iClass of '44" he's sure to be a true citizen and friend.
PAUL CALABRO Big Time
Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Z,
3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room President
1, Class President 2, 3, 4, Jr. Hi-Y 1.
IVHW' .wut our former president to the Nafuy.
RAYMOND GAYVERT Swede '
First Vice Prnsiricnt
I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 4, Class Oflicer 4-.
Thr meeting twill came ta order.
ROBERT ELLIS Bob
Firsl Vim Preridenl
Basketball 1, 3, 4, jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, Student
Patrol 4, Ag. Council, Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4, Ollicer
Bob is on the handsome side.
ANNETTA DOROTHY WONSETTLER Sis
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, SPQR Z, Commer-
cial Club Oflicer 4, Commercial Club 3, 4,
"TH Club 3, 4, Class Ollicer 4, Cheerleader
4, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Basketball 1,
Z, 3, 4, Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, Librarian
, Si: ir a grcai mmf! lo the alhlftic dfpartmevzl.
EVADINE HART Evie
Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Morris High School
1, 2, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Manager of Mag-
azine Campaign 4-, Olympus 3, 4, jr. Paper
' Staff 3, Prom Chairman 3, Girl Reserves 3,
4, Girl Reserves Officer 4, Home Room Oili-
cer 3, 4.
An actzfvc attramfue brunette
Allen Allender Arblaster Bednarski Beecham Beton
Clement Francis Allen Clem
West Bethlehem 1-2.
Small, but mighty.
June Evalee Allender June
Girl Reserves 2, 3, -I-g May Day
Z5 Camera Club 2.
Carefree and gay.
David Edw. Arblaster Timber
F. F. A. 2, 3, 4.
A tall tiller of terra firma.
Johnetta M. Armstrong Peggy
Home EC. Club 1, 2, Cafeteria
3, 4g Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 May
Day 1, 2g Library 3, Home Room
Officer lg Home Ec. President 2.
Hcre's one cook fwho'll nafvnr spoil
Merlin Ashmore Merlin
Student Patrol, Olympus Stalt
.4 star scholar.
Eleanor Mae Bainbridge Bingo
Home Ec. Club 1, 25 Cafeteria
Club 3, 45 Treasurer 43 May
Day 1, 2, Home Room Treasurer
H charming little girl.
Dorothy Balser Dot
Dorothy lofuer to roller skate.
Alice Bednarski Al
Home Ec. President 1g Hiller
Staff 33 Basketball 1.
A smile that brings responses.
Trevor William Beecham Trev
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2,
3, 4g Home Room Oflicer 3:
Junior Paper 35 Laboratory As-
sistant -I-g SPQR.
Our indespensahle little man.
Vivian Beton Viv
Girl Reserves 3, 4, Cheerleader
2, 3, 4, Home Economics 1, Z3
"T" Club 43 Commercial Club
3, 45 Class President 13 Home
Room Officer 1, 2g Home EC.
Club 1, 23 junior Paper 3.
Vifvian cheers our ll'lllI1-111161 Ihr
Jeanette Brownlee Jo
Home Room Otlicer 1, 33 Girl
Reserves 25 Stamp Club 2, 3g
President 3, May Day 2.
She'll be lwhind the plofw.
Dorothy Evaleen Burch Windy
Windy lofvcs to hat the breeze.
Betty G. Burt . Bet
Bat airways pals around fwilh Dor-
Mildred Hazel Campbell Millie
Girl Reserves 1, Z, 3, 4.
She's got that spirit in her.
Carson Chupinsky Cole Cooper E. Cox M. Cox
Mary Myrtle Carson Puddles
Home Ec. 1, 2, Secretary 23
Daniel J. Chupinsky Dan
H-Y 2, 3, 4, SPQR 1, 2, junior
Paper 3g Student Patrol 4.
flcfiorzs .rpmk louder than fwordr,
Wayne Cole Wayne
Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3:
Track 15 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, -I-3 Home
Room Ofhcer 1, 2, 3, 4.
A fooihall fafvoritc fwith the girls.
Mildred Louise Collins Weasy
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, President
2, Library 3, 4, Cafeteria Club
3, 4, President 4-3 Senior Girl
Reserves 4, Home Room Treas-
urer 3g Stamp Club 23 Camera
Jean Comedy Jeanie
Band 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 33
Illuxic ir dofwn Jcan'.v alloy.
Mary Wilda Conkle Porky
Home Ec. 1, 23 May Day 1, 23
Girls' Chorus 2, 33 Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 43 Hiller Staff 3g
Olympus Staff 3. 4.
Her heart is in the South Pacifc.
Geneva Cook Cookie
Do you like to polka?
Cook J. Davis
Ruby Cooper Rub
Bubbling ofver fwtih lzappirzcsr.
Ellen Marie Cox Ellen
A nice, quiet girl.
Margaret M. Cox Marge
Hiller Stal? 3.
Our .super magazine salesman.
Margaret Ella Crawford Peg
Home Ec. Club lg SPQR 23 Girl
Reserves 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3,
4-3 Commercial Club 3, 43 "T"
Club 3, 4g Circulation Manager
.4 hillfnld is an album.
Dorothy Irene Creighton Dot
Commercial Club 3, 4g Girl Re-
serves 2, 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3:
Band 1, 2, 33 Gym Ollice -ig May
May I he excurnl to A-work this
Kenneth Davidson Brick
Kenny get.: along all right.
Jack Davis Jack
Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Patrol
45 Home Room Officer 3, 43 Band
4g SPQR 3g Chartiers High 1, 2.
Good naturcd and congenial.
M. Davis Dayak Desmond Elliott Ellis Ellwood
Mary Louise Davis Honey
Morris High 13 Home EC.
Silently .she acfomplishes.
Mary Dayak M itz
Junior Paper Staffg Home Ec.
Lots of fun for efveryone.
Sam Desmond Ziggie
Track 1, 2.
Betty Jean Dicks Betts
SPQR 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Secretary +3
Gym Office 4, Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, Camera Club 1.
A future UfLU0I7IlI7l in white."
Margaret Louise DuE Peggy
Band 1, 23 SPQR 1, 2, 3.
A :oft 'voice and a gentle hand.
Donald Dunkle Leroy
Vice President of FFA.
Donalrl's goal is Alaska or bust.
Lisbeth Eassey Babe
Washington High 1, 2.
An ardent movie fan.
James Richard Elliott Dick
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
Joined the Nafuy to .ree the fworld.
Agnes Virginia Ellis Agnes
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Home
Room Officer 43 Olympus Staff 3,
4-Q Basketball 1, 2, 3 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2.
Agnes' heart if going ofver the
Audree Ellwood Cindy Lou
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent Zg Class Vice Pres. lg "T"
Club 3, 45 Majorette 1, 2, 3, +3
Home Room Othcer 2, 33 May
Day lg junior Paper Staff 3g
Olympus Staff 4g SPQR 1, 2.
A graceful high stepper.
Mary Olga Elovich Aggie
Girl Reservesg Secretary of
Home Ec. 4.
A sparkling personality.
Paul Leech Ely Ollie
Boys, Chorus 1, 2, 4-g SPQR 1,
2, 3, Student Patrol 4, Track 1,
2, 3, 45 Camera Club 1, 25 Home
Room Officer 3, Mixed Chorus
Pilotiag is Paul'.v ambition.
Walter Ely Ely
FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Patrol 4.
hlflllffl' seems to get a kick out of
Ella Mae Faulkner Ella Mae
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, S, 4, Home
Ec. 1, 2.
She and Betty comprise a duet.
Fickulak Folkens Fowler Gildow Gorup Grispin
Vincent Fickulak Lingo
Track 1, 2, 3.
In mischief? Thai's Vincent.
Betty Folkens Betts
Girls' Chorus 1, Z, 3, 4, Home
Dorothy Louise Fowler Dot
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls,
Chorus 2, 3, May Day 1, Li-
brarian 3, 4, Commercial Club
3, Hiller Staff 3.
Watch that tfwinhle in her eye.
Wayne Dee Frazee Wayne
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Orchestra 1, Boys' Chorus 1,
SPQR 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Paper 3,
Olympus 3, 4, Home Room Of-
ficer 1, 3, Student Patrol 4,
Movie Operator 2, 3, 4.
llfith his future in the air, he keeps
hz: feet on the ground.
Sarra Frazier Puddin
Class Treasurer 3, Office Girl
3, Hiller Staff 3, Home Room
Oflicer 1, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
Girl Reserves 3, 4.
Sally has promised to love, honor,
Virginia Gallo Gin
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec.
Club 1, 2.
Ginny heats out rhythm on the type-
Emma Getzik Emmy
Emma 'wants to be a Walve.
Ollie Wm. Gildow Gildersleeve
Ollie want: to be Provident of the
Mildred Pauline Gorup Millie
Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, Basketball Man-
ager 9, 10, Cecil High School 9,
10, War Stamps Salesman.
Cheerful smile plur the dimples.
Charles W. Grispin
Donora 1, 2, Track 1, 2.
Richard Howard Grove Dick
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President
4, Home Room Oflicer 1.
Here today and gone tornorrofw.
Betty Jean Haney .leanie
SPQR 1, 2, Home Room Ollicer
1, Z, Paper Staff 3, Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves
Officer 2, May Day 1, 2.
Delightful and de-lo-vely.
Helen Hatfield Helen
Home Economic Club 1, 2, Girls'
Chorus 3, Cafeteria Club 3, 4.
Her career -will be coijfurer.
J ane Headley Janie
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Camera
Club 2, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Home
Room Ollicer 3, Hiller Staff 3.
A pretty little redhead.
Hellmann Henderson Herrman W. Hodgens Horn Houston
Carl William Hellmann Fat
Ag. Council 2, 33 Ag. Otlicer 3g
Home Room Officer 1, 3.
1V1'fu1'r a dull momrnl.
Beula M. Henderson Boots
Commercial Club 3, 4, Go-To-
College Club 3, 4, Go-To-Col-
lege Club Officer 45 Home Room
Officer 2, 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4.
An n.r.mt to any affine.
Ethel Louise Herrman Shorty
Go-To-College Club 3, 4, SPQR
1, 2, 3, 4.
Louise mail! enter the feld of
Sara Jane Herron Sadie
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Home EC.
35 junior Paper Staff 3, May
Day 2g Librarian 45 Gym Ofiice
Gentleman prefer blondes.
Elizabeth Ellen Higgins Betty
Cafeteria 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2,
3, Home Ec. 1, 2.
A pal 1l1al'.v iruf.
Mary Hochkraut Dottie
Sorry, thx' lim' is busy.
Emily Hodgens Brenda
Home Ec. 1, Z5 Girl Reserves 23
May Day 1, Go-To-College Club
Merry and Bright.
E. Hodgens jackson
Walter Hodgens Wally
Senior Hi-Y, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2,
39 Rifle Club 23 Home Room
A .ringing sailor.
Harold Herbert Horn
Dorothy V. Houston Dot
Basketball, Girls' Chorus 4:
Girl Reserves 4.
Gay as can bf.
Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
Tall, dark, and harzdforne.
Sara Elizabeth Hughes Sara
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Majorette
2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 3: Home
Room Oflicer 35 SPQR 1, 23 May
Danfing in the dark.
Margaret Ingraham Margie
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hofw muse! you arc.
Jean Jackson Bean
Cafe Ofiicer 4, Home Room Of-
ficer 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 35 Home
Ee. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Gobs of lofve for the Nafvy.
C. Jones I. Jones Keirs King Koklich Kopp
Charles Jones Blade
Central High School 1, 25 Foot-
ballg Basketballg Track, Tum-
Irene Jones Ike
Girls' Chorus 1, Home Ec. Club
1, 2: Basketball 1.
Eleanor Ann Keirs Ellie
Wash Hi 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1,
2, 3, Home Ec. Club.
Betty Jane Kelley
Stamp Club 3.
A future Florence Nightingale.
Velma Ruth Kenimond Tubby
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 45 Home EC.
Club 1, 2g Cafe 3, 4.
Jacqueline Kennedy Jackie
West Bethlehem 1, 2, 3.
A real hep fat.
Paul Kerna K. P.
Someday Paul may fly one of his
Kenneth King Kenny
Kenny- has his mind 071 a Junior
Bertha A. Koklich Bertha
Home Ec. Club 1, Z.
Bertha 'will he an eyfh'eienl secretary.
Dorris Kopp Dorrie
Home Room Oflicer lg Olympus
Wedding hell: -will ring for Doris.
Betty Kreller Bets
Grosse Pointe High School,
Michigang Girl Reserves 4.
Delroits' loss, Trinity's gain.
John Krizay Kriz
junior Hi-Y Z3 Senior Hi-Y 3,
4, Home Room Officer 2g Hiller
Staff 3g Olympus Stall 3, 4,
Senior Hi-Y Oflicer 4.
Hfitty, -wild, and fwanderful.
Martha Rose Lash ' '
As good a :tudent as efver.
Donald Layton Don
Band 1, Z3 Camera Club 25 Hi-Y
3, 4g Laboratory Assistant 4.
Leftwich Leitman Lenco Maleski Maloy Mankey
Delcina A. Leftwich Dell
Band 1, 2.
Yon'll nefver lanofw.
Sammy Leitman Sam
Hi-Y 3, 4.
14 flyer, if you pleaxe.
Florence Lenco Flo
Charleroi 1, Z.
Another of Trinity? skating fans.
John Franklin Lewis Johnny
Ag. 3, 45 Camera Club 1, 2.
A fuiure farmer.
YVilliam Loar Bill
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3.
Elizabeth Logan Liz
Girls' Chorus 2, 45 SPQR 1, 2,
A lofuely lilting fvoire.
Viola Lyseck Vi
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, SPQR 1,
25 May Day 2, Camera Club 23
Home Room Oflicer 1, 2.
Sugar, and rpire, and e-verything
Track 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3.
H 'wil of merit.
Richard W. Maloy Dick
Band 1, 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Cheeleader 3, 4, May Day lg
Camera Club 1, 3, Rifie Club 25
Home Room Oflicer 3.
Dick likes his pep yellr .vhort and
Lucy Belle Mankey Lucy
SPQR 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3,
"T" Club 4, Go-To-College 3,
43 Home Room Oflicer 3.
fl perfect Nurre.
Frances Jane Marchinok Fran
Home Room Oflicer 2, Home
Nursing 2, Gym Office 4.
Mary Louise Martin Mary Martin
Class Secretary 3g Librarian 3,
4, Commercial Club 3, 43 Man-
ager of Magazine Campaign 45
Commercial Club Ofhcer 4g "T"
Club Oflicer 43 Gym Oflice 23
Horne Room Officer 2, 3g Hiller
Staff 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Pretty little busybody.
Robert Grant McAllister Bud
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1,
23 Laboratory Assistant 45 Stu-
dent Patrol 4.
Snapping picture: is Bob'.v hobby.
Jean Louise McCalmont Buck
Senior Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43
Home Room Oflicer 3, May Day
In the heiglzth of her glory.
McClure L. Mefford
JoAnn McClure Jo
Home Room Officer 2, 33 Ma-
jorette 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 1,
Z, 3, 4, Hiller Staff 1, 35 Olym-
pus Staff 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3,
43 Program Chairman 4 "T"
Club 2, 3, 4.
Beauty and tho brains.
Loretta Louise Melford Metf
There's just something about her.
Milton Melford Mit
Mit wants to lim' alont' and like it.
Palmer A. Miles Cy
PaImt'r'.r of to the sefvcn seas.
Betty Lee Miller Betsy
Home Ec. 1 yearg Commercial
Home Ec. Club.
You can depend on me.
Della Alice Mitchell Mitchie
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 SPQR 1,
2, 3g Junior Paper 3, Olympus
Staff 3, 4, Library 2, 3, 4.
Della will skate through life with
Mary Viola Moore Marrie
Girl Reserves 4.
We may see her as a nurse cadet.
Anna Margaret Morrison Peggy
Happy as a lark.
Miriam Louise Morrow Shorty
Home Economics Club.
What would the cafeteria do with-
Anna Mae Moskavish Ann
Commercial Club 3, 4.
You'Il nefoer find Ann unprepared.
Betty Jean Mounts Jeanie
Home EC. 1, 25 Camera Club 2.
An afar job is Betty's aim.
Glenn Mounts Mounts
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Patrol,
Home Room Officer 3.
Always lends a helping hand.
Home Room Otlicer 3g Librarian
35 "T" Club 4.
Jung comes through with flying
Roy Mounts Red
Student Patrol 4.
Always fooling around wtih some-
W. Mounts Mull Munn Paden Pangle Paulowitch
Winona Mounts Nonie
SPQR Club 2, 33 Camera Club
23 Go-To-College Club 3, 45
Treasurer 45 Home Room Officer
25 Hiller Staff 3.
Mildred Mull Millie
Girl Reserves 3, 4, Commercial
Clubg Home Room Officer 4,
Librarian 3, Stamp Club 2.
Sunny :mile and dirposition.
James S. Munn Jimmie
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
Can he .raving a sax!
East Washington 1, Zg Class
Oflicer 1, 2, Girl Reserves 1, 2,
Plmrant and polite.
Edna Mae Neal Shorty
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 49 Latin
Club 1, 2, Camera Club 25 Go-
To-College Club 3, Commercial
Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
Music mafrtro, PlL'll5E'.,
Marie Gertrude Nixon Topsy
Home Economics Club.
Letter fwriting boosts morale.
Betty Jane Opatt Betty
Home Ec. Club 1, 23 Cafeteria
Club 3, 4.
In home or office :he 'will fnd her
Opatt D. Phillips
Frances Ann Paden Booty
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Man-
ager 2, 3, 4g "T" Club 4.
Look to the Britfrh Isles.
Lillian Hazel Pangle Lil
Neat and nice.
August Paulowitch Auggie
Chester S. Pazyniak Whitey
Basketball 3, 4, Track 3, 4,
Football 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4.
Take it easy.
Julius Peterson Pete
Pete -wants to pursue chemistry.
Ilene Petlock Pet
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Home
Room OfHcer lg Librarian 1, 2,
Hiller Staff 3.
Refrerlzing af April rain.
Dorothy Phillips Dot
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, Cafe Man-
J. Phillips Piatt Polk Potochar Prigg Prime
Evelyn Jane Phillips
Home Ec. Club 1, 2.
Numhrr, plrarc, .rhf'll my.
Katherine Piatt Katy
Latin Club 3, 4g Advanced Girls'
Chorus 45 Claysville 1, 2.
F1111 of Imp and vitality.
Hiller staff 2, 35 Olympus Staff
33 SPQR 2, 3, 45 SPQR Treas-
Irztelligcncr trafuelr far.
Stanley Polosky Sasa
Football 45 Basketball 45 Home
Room Officer Z, 4.
Our blonde football hero.
Betty Mae Porter Betts
Give out with the rfwnft talk.
Gertrude Veryl Porter Gertie
Home Economics 1, 2, Treasurer
25 SPQR Club Ig Girls' Chorus
Nellie Marie Post Re
Home Room OFricer 1, 3, 43 Girl
Reserves 2, 3, 45 Secretary "T"
Club 45 Secretary Go-To-College
3, 45 May Day 2, Hiller Staifg
Olympus Staff 4
Sweet and ronrcientioilr
B. Porter Puskarich
G. Porter Rankin
Walter Potochar Lover
Football 3, 4
Potothar has a way with girlr.
Mary Matilda Prigg Tillie
"T" Club 4, Senior Girl Re-
serves 4g SPQR 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club, Commercial Club 3, 4,
Librarian 3, 45 Go-To-College
Club 3, 4g Home Ec. Club 13
Hiller Staff 3.
Red hair but not the tarnpcr.
Emma Jean Prime Jeanie
Basketball 1, 25 Home Ec. Club.
Friendly to efueryone.
Michael Joseph Privara Bighead
Football 45 Track 3, 4g West
Bethlehem 1, 2g Home Room Of-
ficer 3, 4.
Girlx ga for his technique.
John Puskarich Push
Football 3, 4.
Push rate: high with a certain
Edna Margaret Rankin
Home Room OH-icer 23 Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Librarian 2,
3, 45 Girl Reserves Secretary 45
Hiller Staff 3.
You'I1 nefucr find a truer friend.
Viola Marie Rea Vi
Girls' Chorus 1, Z, 3g Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 3.
Nefvcr a care.
Reichert Reighard Q Rennie Sanders A. Sayre VV. Sayre
Eleanor Frances Reichert
Commercial Club 3, Girls' Chor-
A future business fwoman.
Frances Louise Reighard Pigtails
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Hiller Staff, SPQR 1, 3, Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Go-To-College
Club 3, 4-5 "T" Club 3, 4, Cam-
era Club Z, Librarian 1, 2, 3, -I-.
On the path to matrimony.
Anna Mae Rennie
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
With large smiling eyes she looks
Ina Rossell Shoog
Comme rci a l
Home Room Oiiicer 1, 4, Girl
Reserves 2, 3, 4, Commercial
Club 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, Girls'
Neatness is a golden asset.
Elinor Rossi El
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Officer 1, SPQR Club, Home
Room Oliicer 1, 2, 3, "T" Club,
Come trip the light fantastic fwith
Dorothy Jane Rush ' Toots
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball,
Mushball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Re-
serves 1, Z, 3, 4, May Day.
Keen interests in sports.
Lillian Sylvia Sacco Lil
Home Ec. 1, 2.
Flashing dark eyes.
Evelyn Jean Sanders Jeanie
May Day 1, Home Ec. Club 1,
2, Cafeteria 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, Home EC. President
2, Home EC. Secretary 1.
Arthur Sayre Art
A railing 'we fwill go.
Wanda Sayre Tess
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Com-
mercial Club +, Librarian 3,
Home Nursing 2, Basketball 1,
H fwhiz at laughs.
Norma Jean Schoenberger Abie
May Day 1, Gym Office 1, 2, 3.
4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-,"T" Club
4, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl
Reserves Officer 3, Home Room
Officer 2, 3, 4, Head Drum Ma-
jorette 1, 2, 3, +3 Hiller Staff 3.
lllake Away for the hand.
Marion Delores Scott Scotty
SPQR 2, 3.
H -very agreeable rompanion.
Harry Nelson Seaman, Jr. June
Hi-Y 1, 2.
The hells are ringing for me and
Betty Frances Senkoski
Future "Angel of Merry."
Shrontz Shumar Simal Slusser L. S. Smith L. D. Smith
Wilma June Shrontz- Toots
Home Room Officer 2, 35 Home
Economics Club Ofilicer 15 Girl
Reserves 2, 3, 45 Hiller Staff 35
May Day 25 Camera Club 3.
Bryan chase this Iolvrly lady.
Susan Shumar Sue
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Librarian
3, 45 Home Economics Club Of-
ficer 1, 2.
Bublilrs fwith rnlhusiasm.
I'Il be around.
Benjamin Franklin Skillen Ben
Assistant Editor of Olympus 3,
4-5 Home Room Officer 2, 3, 45
Hiller Staff 35 Senior Hi-Y 3, 45
SPQR 3, 4.
Ben 'will become 11 big business
Theodore Skowvron Shultz
His soul is in thc clouds.
Margaret Slabe Marge
Home Economics Club 1, Z.
Marge subs to sefw ll fine scam.
Helen Marie Slesh Bing
Home Room Officer 2.
Quite ll nice girl.
Lulu Slusser Lu
A heart of gold.
Lloyd Stephen Smith Smitty
Hi-Y 1, 25 Orchestra 2, 35 Voca-
tional Agriculture 1, 2, 35 FFA
1, 2, 35 Student Patrol 4-5 FFA
Smitty is a regular guy.
Lois Dale Smith Lois
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Librarian
Z, 35 Hiller Staff 35 Commercial
Club 3, 45 Go-To-College Club
3, 45 "T" Club 45 Girl Reserves
2, 35 Olympus Staff 45 Go-To-
College Club Officer 4.
H -very rfcicnt Iassizr.
Marion Snyder Pete
FFA 1, 2, 35 Football 35 Track
1, 2, 3.
He'll fwcar Il pair of si!-vm' fwings.
James R. Spence Jim
Home Room Officer 1, 45 Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, 45 Student Patrol 45
Track 2, 35 Football 35 FFA
I, 2, 3, 4.
Ilfhcn the C'Hf,I afway the mice fwill
Margaret Spencer Peggy
Home Room Oflicer 1.
Laughing, gay, and sfwrft.
Edythe Marian Sprowls Edie
Home Economics Club 1, Z5
Home Economics Club Officer 25
Home Nursing 2.
1'm simply A-wild about Harry.
Steele Stenhouse Stevens VV. Tarr Taylor Tiano
Betty Lee Steele Shorty
Girl Reserves 45 Home Econom-
ics Club Officer 45 Editor 35
Vice President 35 Glee Club 2, 3.
Watch for books she fwill fwrite,
Football 3, 4.
He'll have II girl in efvery port.
Pauline June Stevens Polly
Home Economics 1, 25 Home
Ec. Oflicer 1, 25 Cafeteria 3.
Polly has a ring on lzer finger.
James Stull Jim
Not as .thy or he pretezzds.
Mildred Pauline Sumney Middy
Truth and honesty are good lraitr.
Dorothy Irene Tarr Dot
Please think of me.
William Tarr Bill
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Room
Ofhcer 1, 35 Basketball 1, 35
Track 1, 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Hi-
Y Oflicer 2.
All the lorries go for Bill.
D, Tarr Walker
Z. Tarr Walls
Zoanna Tarr Zoe
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3,
-I-5 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Hiller
Staff 35 Basektball 1, 25 May
Chatters gaily on.
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 35 Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves
Officer 2, 45 Girl Reserves In-
terclub Officer 4-5 Class Officer
25 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Girls'
Chorus 25 Go-To-College Club
3,545 SPQR 1, 2, 3, 45 SPQR
Oflicer 35 Hiller Staff 35 Olym-
pus Staff 3
A pert little lady.
Theresa Marie Tiano
Iflfantx a .ringing career.
Evelyn Ann Tilton Evie
Girls' Chorusg Librarian.
A friend to everyone.
Cora Vester Corky
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Olympus
Staff 3, 45 Hiller Staff 35 Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 "T" Club 43
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Mushball
1, 2, 3, 45 May Day 1.
Corky is a Ucorking good gal."
Gladys Luvia Walker
SPQR 1, 2, 3, -I-5 Girl Reserves
1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 45 Go-To-College Club
2, 35 Camera Club 1.
Her future lier in lafw.
Byrdie Frances Walls
Home Economics Club 1, 2.
Jolly spirit of fralic.
Walter Ward Wear
,lf A I f f"
, f .M lf
, A ' Wil
l ' 1
- uma 1 - A
. , 9 V I
' . ,..1-x W
. . I ,-X f
Verenia Eliz. Walter Verenia
May Day 1, Girl Reserves 2, 3,
4g Band 1, 2, 3g Orchestra 3, 4g
An all-arouna' personality.
Betty Jane Ward BJ.
Home Room Oflicer 1, 45 Girls'
Short, but sfwcct.
Charles E. Wear Chuck
Hi-Y 2, 49 Band 2, 3, 4.
Morpheus rules Chuck.
Betty Jane Wright Betty Jane
Band 1, Home Room Oflicer lg
Home Nursing Z
Margery Young '
C. Weaver Wick
Clarence McCoy Weaver Pee Wee
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4,
Small, but does he get around.
Earle E. Wick Windy
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room
Ofiicer lg Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4.
Li-ver up to hi: niclename.
Margery Lois Young Lois
Girl Reserves 1, 2g Band 1, 2,
35 "T" Club 3, 45 Commercial
Club 2, 3g Orchestra 25 Go-To-
College Club 3, 45 Latin Club 3g
May Day 15 Hiller Staff 3,
Olympus Stall? 4.
Faiihful and sincere.
Margaret Louise Young Louise
Girl Reserves 1, 25 SPQR 23 Or-
chestra Zg Band 1, 2, 39 May
Day 1g Hiller Staff 3, Olympus
Staff 3, 4, Go-To-College Club
3, 43 Commercial Club 3, 41
Vice President 43 "T" Club 3, 45
Treasurer 45 Home Room Of-
.4 practical joker. Good some and good nature.
Jace we haue aa
Kenneth Adams Kenny Elias George, Jr. Wolf
Football 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3.
xl.: a friend and athlele Kenny
Canonsburg 1, Z, 35 Football 1,
2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 3g Track
1, 2, 3.
rate: tops. An alhletie ace.
Carl Delost Tuffy Lloyd Hawkins Sir Lloyd
W'i1zg.v for Ihe future. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2.
Lloyd blofwr cz hot trumpet.
Joseph Samuel Thomas Joe
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hel: a right guy.
TRINITY BOYS IN SERVICE
MERLIN ASHMORE I
RICHARD ELLIOTT ......
PALMER IVIILES ....,.T
JOHN PUSKARICH ,I
ARTHUR SAYRE .......
LLOYD SMITH .w..,. -
MARION SNYDER .....L
JAMES SPENCE IL....... .,
DAVID STENHOUSE ..,....
VVILLIAM TARR .......
EARL WICK ..,I...
REED ANDREW ......
KANANIE GEORGE --
JOHN STEN .....,..,....
BERNARD NASER ....
K Aid M TIM?
A I I"
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TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
Sunday Evening, Moy Zl , i9-44
8:00 O'clock, E.W.T.
PROCESSIONAL-"Pomp and Circumstance" .... ..., , -,-LE.LGAR
High School Orchestra
INVOCATION O....... .. ...O....... O...................... R EVEREND JOHN C. TEYSSIER
Pastor: Laboratory Presbyterian Church
fAudience will stand for Invoeationj
"The Heavens ResOund".. .......,...aa...... .C ..aa.... ..... ..... B EETHOVENT
Mr. Jay L. Longdon, Director
SCRIPTURE READING-Galatians, Chapter 6 .C,..C.... VVAYN13 FRAZEE
PRAYER ,,,...,,,,,,,.,.....,,...,.,e,e..e.,e...,, . ................ .......... M ARION SCOTT
HYMN-"Fai1'est Lord Jesus" ....,...,,........... ...., ALXNON. 12TH CENTURY
Fairest Lord Jesus, Ruler of all nature,
O Thou of God and man the Son, Thee will I cherish,
Thee will I honor, Thou, my soul's glory, joy and crown.
Fair are the meadows, Fairer still the woodlands,
Rohed in the blooming garb of spring, Jesus is fairer
Jesus is purer, Who makes the woeful heart to sing.
Fair is the sunshine, Fairer still the moonlight,
And all the twinkling starry host, Jesus shines brighter,
Jesus shines purer, Than all the angels heav'n can boast.
SERlVION-"Sincerely Yours" ...., ...,,. R EVEREND JOHN C. TEYSSIER
'KHarkl Vesper Hymn"- ..., .... ,..,........,,.... .... . ................. M 0 O RE
"God of All Nature" r,,, ...,,.... C .... ...,. - ..,L. .TSCHAIKOWSKY
BENEDICTION .,..,, , ,,............,,......,...,.,,.L LREVEREND JOHN C. TEYSSIER
RESPONSE-"The Lord Bless You and Keep You" L,..., ,...... L UTKIN
' Girls' Chorus
fAudience will stand for Benediction and Responsej
RECESSIONAL-"Pomp and Circumstancen ........... ...L... ELGAR
High School Orchestra
fThe audience will he seated following the Response and remain seated during the Recessionalj
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
Moy 24, I 944
9:45 A. M. 8:10 P. M.
CLASS SONG-Lyrics by ....... BETTY FOLKENS, ELLA MAE FAULKNER
PRESENTATION OF LADDER ...................
Senior Vice President
ACCEPTANCE OF LADDER ,...,...S........
PLAY-"Men of Famen
Author ............. .........,............ -
EDNA MAE NEAL
SENIOR MIXED CHORUS
MUSIC., .--..,,..-.,.L...,,.........,....,................... Tr1n1ty Hlgh School Orchestra
PRESENTATION OF GIFT TO THE SCHOOL .....,L... ROBERT ELLIS
ACCEPTANCE OF GIFT ......L L--- .... ......... ......... J A MES R BRADEN
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
Friday Evening, Moy 26, I944
8:15 owiock, E.W.T.
PROCESSIONAL-"Pomp and Circumstancen .,...N..,........... S, ......... ELGAR
High School Orchestra
INVOCATION ..,,. ........,...O,. .........,..,..,......... R ta VEREND JOHN W. Love
Pastor, First Chirstian Church
'tAlma Mater" ..... L O.OO,,OO,.O.,,..,,. . ....,.,,..............................,,.. ---SENIOR CLASS
fAudience will stand for Invocation and remain standing for the Alma Materj
GREETINGS ......t.,,......w,..t to.... ............., L .,.,t.....t..,...,t,,.t....W. R c JBERT ELLIS
President of the Class of 1944
'ciVIinuet in E Flat" ........,.........L...,..... . ,.... .A ............ .....,t M OZART
High School Orchestra
Mr. jay L. Longdon, Director
THEME: "PREPARATION FOR THE PEACE"
Chairman: TREVOR BEECHAM
"Obstacles to Peace" .,,. L ..,.,... - .........,,,,. .. ,....,,.. ---,.--.W--,.-.EvADxNE HART
"Peace for the Large Nations" .,,................ ..... - ....,. L ,..---.-...-...--IACK DAVIS
"The Small Nations and the Peace". ......,. GRACE VIVIAN BETON
"The United States and the Peacel' ...... - ...... I0 ANN MCCLURE
"The True Path to Peace" ......... -w....- ...... BEN SKILLEN
"Battle Hymn of the Republic" ..... .L,,.........,.,..... H OWE
"America the Beautiful" ..,.. . ..... -- ........ WARD
"A Soldier's Dream" .,...,...... - ---. ...... FRANKLIN
"ShoutI I Am An American" ,........,..,,. L.,........,.,... ...L... S CHUSTER
Mr. jay L. Longdon, Director
Second Honor Speaker ...,.... .... ........ ..... - , ,.... , , 11-
First Honor Speaker ,L.,... .,LL,L.,... , , .,.,,.,,., -i-
"Our Boys in the Service" ..............., ....., f XNETTA WONSETLER
PRESENTATION OF AVVARDS ,.,...L. ,.......... . --.MR. R. BRADEN
Principal, Trinity High School
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS ,.LLL.LLLLLL..LL,.vLLLLL.. MR. H. VV. GABBY
President of Trinity High School Board of Education
REDEDICATION OF THE TRINITY SERVICE FLAG
Pledge to the Trinity Flag-Followed by the Pledge to the American Flag
CLASS or 1944
Led by Wayne Cole, Vice-President of the Class of 19-I4
"The Star Spangled Banner"- .-.. ,,.,,.,.... LL,,.. ..... ..L,,r , I WWKEY
RECESSIONAL-"P0mp and Circumstance" ......,,,.,. , ,,L,,,,,LL. ELGAR
High School Orchestra
fTl1e audience will kindly remain seated during the Recessionalj
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
We the class of 45 entered Trinity as a shy yet energetic group. VVe
have tried and will try harder to make our life at Trinity a success.
In our freshman year We elected as our advisors Mrs. Patton and lVIr.
Our class officers were:
President JAMES DUNN
Vice President WILLIAM WOLF
Secretary JEAN MARTIN
Treasurer PEGGY QUINN
Our freshman party was the highlight of the year.
In our sophomore year We lost lVIr. John to the Navy and in his place
We elected Mr. Moninger.
A class party and the ordering of our rings were the main events of
Our ofiicers were:
President LANCE ADAMS
Vice President WILLIAM WOLF
Secretary PRISCILLA GRAY
Treasurer NADINE SVVIGER
Now as Juniors we are editing The Hiller. We had the annual junior
dance, a class party, and a prom.
Our Class ofiicers are:
President WILLIAM WOLF
Vice President HARVEY DAVIS
Secretary PEARL APACHE
Treasurer ALICE GUZEL
We hope to prove ourselves a credit to Trinity as have former classes.
1 1 1
WILLIAM WOLF Bill
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Class Oilicer 1, 2, 35 Home
Room Oflicer 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3.
Bill malzes a splendid president.
HARVEY GRANT DAVIS Davis
Basketball 15 Track 15 Football 2, 3g Class Vice
A great help to our Football and Basketball
PEARL E. APACHE Pearl
Home Room Officer 35 -Ir. Paper 35 Class
Secretary 35 Girl Reserves 2, 35 Librarian
2, 35 Olympus 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 May
N Day 1.
xl- - A dark-haired miss -with a pleasing personality.
ALICE ANNA GUZEL
Class Oflicer 35 Hiller Staff 3.
This charming miss came to us from South Fay-
ette High Srhool.
g of was
s 0'Casey Reed Andrew Andy
Home Room Oificerg Basketball Home Room OHicer 2, 35 junior
29 Class Oflicer Z. Paper 3g Hi-Y 33 Drum Major
Bashful? We wonder. 21 35 Mixed Cl10l'l1S 2.
Reed is the pride of our Band.
1 Aida Ashford Al
il - . . .
' Acffdemlc Elizabeth Louise Ashmore Libby
, Shy, .vo1n1'tzme.r, hut alfways mfr. Academic
' Pirlure of Sopllistiralion.
Betty Jane Azzo Betty
Junior Paper 3g Girls' Chorus Beverly Jeanne Baer. ge'-
1, 2, 3g Girl Reserves 3g Mixed Commercial
" Chorus 25 May Day 1. Junior Paper 35 Girls' Chorus 15
Did you Num' .wr .mth lofufly ryrs? Girl Resgrves, If 21 35 Basketball
Shf II fl friend 111 need.
William Baker Bill
Academic Ida Jean Bambarger Jease
Football 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. Academic
A Futurf fflhlfllc Star. She".r Ihrra, hut you'd never knofw ii.
MGFVYII Eugene Beck Gene Clarence Beddow Clarence
Alfwayx full of fun. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
W'hnt I1 good farmrr lm'll makr.
Donald Paul Bedllllon D?" Mary Jane Belcastro Mary Jane
I Commerclal Vocational-Commercial
rllfifgik glub 1g Stamp Club 23 Gym Omce 3-
Hn is alfwnyr in!r'r11Jt1'd in snrnr- Jwmly Jam? has lovely hair'
Glenn Blayney, Jr. Glenn,
Isabella Bilotta Isy Elgt51'R0f Hiller 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 39
Commercial ' .... 1, 2, 33 Home Room
n . Ofhcer 3' Boys' Chorus 1, Zg
Iilome Room Proglam Chairman Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Program
' Chairman 2' Orchestra 1 2 35
Ham'n't .fem har? Well, maybe Piang Acconipanist 1, 2, 33 pii-Y
yozffzm heard her. Sec,-eta,-y 2.
I A .rrholar to he proud of.
J l' L. B 'tl J k'
acque me rl ges Acagg-Uri Dorothy Mae Briggs Dot
. . Vocational
junior Paper 3 ' Girl Reserves 1, ,
2, 35 Laboratgry Assistant 3: Cafeteria Club 33 Home Econom-
Iaaskefball 1, 2, sg s.P.Q.R, 2, 3. 'CS Club 1, 2-
Hfant lo JM hm. happy? 1'1H,7l-aiqui She ll mahf' 11 good cools for .romp-
her a harkcthall. 'me'
John Brock Jolm
Virginia Dale Briggs Ginnie ' General
Commercial Foolball 2.
Ginnie knofws -what it'.r like lo
Gently hr' fwalksj lihefwi
Kathryn Brownlee K atey
Home Room Officer 13 junior
Her interest fwent to Wash Hi.
Carl M. Bucheit Buc
Mt. Lebanon 13 Hi-Y 2, 33 F.F.
A. 2, 33 junior Paper 33 Junior
Editor of Olympus 33 Home
Room Oflicer 2.
He has fwhat it takes.
Melvin Joseph Bruce Nip
Is he talhati-ve in his classes!
Romaine Brownlee Shorty
Girl Reserves 1, 23 Beginners'
Band 23 Stamp Club 23 Junior
Paper 33 May Day 13 Basket-
ball 1, 2.
Quiet, hut onfe she gets started-
Always a busy miss.
Keneth Richard Burns Kenny
Cheerleader 2, 33 Home Room Of-
Small? Yes, but he can fertainly
K. Brownlee R. Brownlee Bruce Bucheit Buchuck Burns
Butler Chadwick Clark Clayton Conkle Cooper
Couts Crile Crompton Cunningham Curry Davidson
Katherine V. Butler Katherine Iverna Mae Conkle Iverna Charles Collier Crompton Chuck
Commercial Vocational Academic
Her pearly teeth, and black hair, Home Ecolmmlcs 21 3' Home Room President 1, 2, 32
711-171-1ll-1lI-711 She likes the boys one and all. Band 1, Z, 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Vice
President 23 Basketball 13 Junior
Harold Chadwick Harold Marjorie Ann Cooper Margie Hlijzijjizsr ii:lg:Zi'pu511r3l. fwillin tu
our alfwa 5 mm r lad General Commercial lend a helping hand. C g
Y 9 y ' Monongahela High 1, 2.
Al nefweomer to our class. Wel- M tc ' h M t
James E- Clark Herman rome, neqmtheless. argare unmng amc migmie
Hi-Y 2, 33 Basketball 23 Foot-
ball 2, 33 Rifle Club 13 Home
Room Officer 2.
Tall, not plump, but handsome to
Priscilla Ann Clayton Cill
Stamp Club 13 Girl Reserves 2,
33 Home Room Officer 2, 33
Librarian 2, 33 junior Paper 3.
Alfways a smile for everyone-and
Charmaine Couts Charmaine
Girl Reserves 2, 33 junior Pa-
per 33 Gym Oflicer 33 Music 23
Go-To-College Club 3.
A leeen combination of fwit and
Mary Rachel Crile Mary
Girl Reserves 2. 3
Ne-'ver seen without Nell.
Morris Hi 13 Waynesburg Hi
A diamond glistens on her hand.
Eugenia Jane Curry Genie
Genie doesn't need to look for fung
she makes it.
Esther Davidson Esther
She hnofws the ans11.ve1's, just ask
Rose Buster Anthony Desmond Des
' Band-2, 35 Basketball Z5 Rifle Elizabethtown High 1, 25 Home
Club 15 Model Club 2. Room Officer 3.
The ladies' man! Tall, dark, and handsome.
Thelma Desmond Hulla James Howard Dunn Jin:
Commercial Cl Om 1 H.YA1caiem'c
I h A ass Cer 5 1- , 3'
n Szyzyiafgids peace and eonienl Band 1, 2, 3: Boys, Chorus fy 22
Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Home Room
Officer 1, 2, 35 junior Paper 3.
Quiet, but oh, .ro handsome.
Jeannette Marie Dunn Jeannette
' Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Librarian RHSSe1lR-Dunn Dum'
2, 35 Home Room Officer 25 Vocational
s.P.Q.R. 2. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
A future aet1'es.r. Doesn'l he hafue a deep fvoife?
Minnie Geneve Du Pre Nookie Betty Duvall Betty
West Bethlehem High School 1, 2. Gym Office 25 S.P.Q.R. 1, 2.
Nookie really knofw: her Jhorthand. A fwhiz at anything.
Glenn Elvin Dye Dye Nancy Jane Engel Janie
junior Paper 35 Cheerleader 2, Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Girl Re-
35 Hi-Y 35 Boys' Chorus 15 serves 1, 25 May Day 15 junior
Home Room Ofhcer 2. Paper 3.
Ilfant to cheer ? Here'J a leader. A pleasant, friendly girl
Helen Marie Engle Blondie Albina Marie Evans Beanie
Academic - g Commercial
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader Bf'll7U1'lll-'25 fW"'.V071l"
2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 May
Day 15 S.P.Q.R. 15 Home Room
Officer 1, 25 Girl Reserves OH-
cer 25 Girls' and Mixed Chorus - - -
1, 2, 3: Hiller Staff 3 Ida Corrine Fetherlm C07'lll9
Boyx here'.f really a blonde. Comrfierclal
' Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Girl Re-
serves Ofhcer 2, 35 Girls' and
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Cheer-
Dolores Felton l leader 2, 35 Hiller Staff 3.
5 Commefclal A beaming smilef a radiant per-
Oh, -T0 Clulef- ronality.
Dorothy Catherine Galley Kitten
Commercial Dolores Garner .
In appearance and manner, neat- 1 Commercml
nes: is the keynote. Alfways going someplace.
Richard Garrett Dick ' .
Commercial Kmame George Kan-Kan
Beginners' Band 15 Rifle Club 15 Qenera"Academ'c
Home Room Oflicer 3. Canonsburg High School 1, Z5
Smart ar a :whip and as quiet as Football 3'
One of our fooiball starr.
Janet Marie Gray Jan
May Day 15 Band 15 Home
Room Officer 1, 25 Girl Reserves
1, 2, 35 Hiller Staff 3.
No, she i57I,f a star, hui she has
plenly of sparkle.
Academic Sara Hyatt Hyatt
Lloyd Gray Gus
Boys' Chorus 1, 25 Mixed Chor-
Easy rornef easy go.
Priscilla Mae Gray Pat
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Band 1,
2, 35 Girls ,Chorus 2, 35 May
Day 15 Home Room Oliicer 1,
2, 35 Class Oflicer 25 Girl Re-
serves Oliicer 2.
Elizabeth Julene Grove Tibby
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
Take il easy.
Band 15 Hiller Staff 35 Home
Room Oliicer 3.
This handsome boy makes all the
girls' hearfs flutter.
Katherine Haf: nbraek Kate
A friend in all.
J. Gray L. Gray
John Hallam Johnny
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Home Room Of-
Yes, heir Mr. Hallam's son.
Alexander W. Hamilton Alex
Hiller Staff 3.
W'ill he mmf be as great as Alex-
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Home
Room Ofhcer 35 Basketball 15
2, 35 Girls, Chorus 2, 3g Mixed
Chorus 25 Hiller Staff 3.
Those dark eyes ! !
Lillian Rose Helay Lil
Hiller Staff 3.
You can depend on me.
P. Gray Grove
Houston F. Hyatt
Martha Margaret Herceg Marty
Her faith is in Trinity.
Alice Marie Hochkraut Al
Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 35
Home Room Officer 35 Girl Re-
Have you heard her play her horn?
Doris Jean Hootman Jeannie
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Girl Re-
serves Oflicer Z5 Go-To-College
Club 35 Camera Club 15 S.P.Q.R.
Club -1, 25 Hiller Staff 35 Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2.
A charming girl makes delightful
Mabel L. Horn Skipper
Gym Ofiice 3.
Another girl whois interested in
S. Hyatt Hyson
Gladys Houston Bessie
Does she like Physics class?
Freda Louise Hyatt Fritz
May Day 15 Girls' Chorus 1, 25
35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Gym
Oh, fwhat a red-head!!
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Girls'
Chorus 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3.
She can .ring and impersonate, loo.
William Hyson Patsy
W011'l he make a haizdsome pilot?
Mildred Eliz. Jackson
, , 5 Stamp Reginald Jones
, Zg Librarian 2, 3g Hiller
fwlih Priscilla. Will make a jverfefl soldier.
Corinne Jordan Shay Cecelia Kapis h Ceal
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 31 Girls junior Paper Staff 3.
Chorus 152- Iler lleartlhrob isn'1 in Trinity
Usually Ialkzng of Vern. fmymorp,
Helen Kepics I Elinor Gertrude Klenedinst El
Junior Paper Staff 3. - - .
She gen, around, dana worry. Wzih golden szlenre she ronquefs.
. . u Dorothy Jean Kotyk Dot
Erma Vlrgmla Koehler Eflff Commercial-Home Economics
Academlc Home Room Officer 2
junior Paper Staff 3g Olympus I'll be a,.0u,,d'
Staff 3g Gym Oflice 35 S.P.Q.R.
1, 25 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
Ejicienry and reliability personifed.
Marian Kuzy Squirt
May Day lg Stamp Club 1, 25
Alberta Krusik Bobo Secretary 23 Girl Reserves 2, 3'
Commercial Junior Paper Staff 35 Go-To-
Alfways a neat roiffure. C0"egf,C"1b 3'
Blonde hazr, blue eyes, and a cheer-
Gail Marie Larkin Shorty
Commemal Tony Lavrich Smiley
Girl Reserves lg Girls' Chorus General
1' Zl Barid 1' 2' .3' , Home Room Ollicer 3g Foot-
In the clarznet sectzon youll fnd ban 3 ,
A future sergeant-major in the U.
S. Marine Corps.
Marjorie Ruth Lawrence Marge
Vocational 1, 2
Richard Lewis Dick
Commercial 3, 4 Vocational
Basketball Manager 2, 3. F-F-A- 0f5C-'fl' 2, 3-
Marjorie is constantly amused. M '
errzly he goes along.
Millie Helen Jedrazak H
X May Day lg Girl Reserves 1, 2, HOYIIC ROOIII 0f5CCr 3-
' 35 Home Room Officer 3, If it is amusing, Helen 'will laugh.
There's a certain attraction on the
foabtball squad for Millie.
B J . Commercial
etty ane Jenmgs C . I Home Room Oflicer 25 Girl Re-
A I d. ommercla serves 1, 2, 3g Hiller Staff 31
Nga ar mme 'mm' Basketball lg Manager 2, 3.
One of the Managers.
Shirley Jean Johnston Red
Girl Reserves 1 2 3
Lloyd Linn, Jr. Bud
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Blonde, blue eyes, and handsome,
Dora Little Dot
Girls' Chorus 2.
Quietly she contributes her share.
Geraldine Little Gerry
Geraldine eertainly enjoys life.
Clifford Lockwood Cliff
Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3g Band 3g
May Day 13 Home Room Oflicer
When the chorus sings, Clif is
Ruby Jean Longstreath Ruby
Home Economics Oflicer 1, 23
Home Room Officer 2g Cafe Of-
Home Ee. and diamonds go hand
Emil Lorenzato Sutz
Home Room Offiecr Z.
Quiet? No, you'fve been misin-
Linn D. Little G. Little Lockwood Longstreath Lorenzato
Malaschusky Malik Malone Mancina F. Martin J. Martin
McBride McCord McCrerey McCullough McKahan McKelyey
. Santa Mancina Bugs Mary Elizabeth McCrerey Libby
Vocatlonal Commercial Commercial
Our cute history scholar
Thomas G. Malik
Small, but churk-full of informa-
Nona Pauline Malone Non
Girl Reserves 1, 2, SQ junior
Paper Staff 33 Band Flag Twirl-
No one ever hnolws fwhal she is
Florence Martin Toots
'Tis the :wise man alone fwho lis-
Rifle Club lg Band 2, 3.
Trinily's future Gene Krupa.
Jean Martin Jeannie
Class OH-icer lg Home Room Of-
ficer 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, Z, 3g
Band 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, Z, 3g
May Day 15 S.P.Q.R. 25 Camera
Club 1, 23 junior Paper Staff 3.
Shortg but oh, so actifue.
Nellie Ann McBride Nell
Girl Reserves 1, 2.
Laura Jean McCord Jeanie
Home Economics Club ?g Cafe-
She is learning to he domestic.
May Day lg Girls' Chorus 2, Sq
Girl Reserves 2, junior Paper
Not a mischief maker, hut a joy-
Ida Mae McCullough Ida
Basketball 1, 2, 3.
James Earle McKahan McKahan
We kno-w he is present only be-
cause 'we see hzm.
Eugene T. McKelvey Gene
Nefver a sound, hui allways ready
Io help. ,
' 'wal . fa A Margaret McMullen Peggy Eugene Carl McWhorter Gene
. f s Academic . Commercial
Z Gi,-lsr Chorus, Beginners' Band 1.
'J uh V, Thinking of me mi,-4 finger ld, He come: to school ocmsionally.
W A ""' hand.
i ' Allene Miner Azzene
, f T C Academic
fi W Orchestra 1, 2. S.P.Q.R. 1, 2, 3, Doris Ruth Mitchell Mitch
I A V j- - Girl Reserves 2, 3, "T" Club 3, COII1m6l'CiHl
l I' ,A GYTP 03506 39 Basketball 22 Doris is loyal lo Triniiy.
3 V It .N , junior Paper Staff 3.
ll x ' A fwilling helper to efveryone
1- .. M ' '
- A P g 1 gm! onta Mitchell Acanggljz Norma Jean Moore Norma Jean
- ' '- ' Academic
' ' ' , -, -.1 Girl Reserves 1 2 3' Girls' .
,L 1 1 , In Chorus 1, 2, 3: Ijibrln-YYZS Jun! fhrl Rei-irves 1, 2, 3zHS.P.Q.R:
V A ' ,. 'S ior Paper Staff 35 S.P.Q.R. 25 3' 'Ame Roomo Cer 2' 3'
1 -,, . '7 Q I Mixed Chorus 2. I er Sta 3'
3.-' Y 'i She like.: Trinity, but he goes elrf- Alfwayj happy and gay'
1 fi 9 f My where'
WX '3'i""i?:r' -if C ii' A
yum .- 'f15' :!--, A , X Ellen Ora Moriarty Red
I A Qi Academic N M
. f. ju-"7 X 1 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3g S.P.Q.R. Margaret agy I mtg
, I 25 Home Room Omcer 1' 2, 3: Commercial-Academic
- ,f I May Day lg Basketball 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, Gym Office
' , ' ', . ' ix-' I, Librarian Z5 Hiller Staif 3. 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 2.
' 1 ' Red'.r our bzzsleetball star. Another of the Nagy girls.
Mabel Newman Chicken Pete Nodianos Nodi
U Commercial Academic
Hlllel' Staff 3- Football 35 Track 1, 2.
14 hflpful fffnogfaphff fhfill bf- He make: our track team.
Tony . Oliverio Olivio
Commercial-General Nicolina Pallaria Nick
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3g Commercial l
Home Room Ollicer 1, 2. Home Economics 1.
Torzy'.v one of our lzarketlzall stars. One of Tri11ify'.r future .vecretarif.r.
Steve Paluda Stevie . 1 .
. Virgima Patrlna Jeame
Football and Basketball Man- Commercial
ager 1, 2, Girls Reserves 3, Home Room
A shy but rwimzing smile. Oglceli 1' 2' '
A 7.0171711710 .vmzle for all.
James Donald Patterson Pat
Vocational I A '
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. Mildred Marie Pavclc Mzl
flnoiher ag boy. Commercial
A quiet Junilzr IRnre, are71't they?J
Rose Louise Pelan Rosie
Commercial I .
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 S.P.Q.R. Jack B' Platt Pte
1, 2- General
She glide: arrow the floor. His fufvorite 51111. ' '
ject 1: gzrlr.
Goldie Dale Plymire Goldie
Girls' Chorus 25 Orchestra 3g
Hiller Stal? 3.
Goldie is interested in music.
Ruth Laurella Plymire Ruth
Art lg Home Economics 1, 2,g
Hiller Staff 3.
What price noise.
James Porter Jim
.lim likes to sleep.
Elsie Mae Postlethwait Elsie
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Girls' Chorus
A better basketball guard you
Alice Evelyn Powell Al
Camera Club lg Girl Reserves
1, 2, 35 Band 35 Orchestra 3g
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3g Mixed
Chorus 25 Girls' Sextette 2.
Her interests are fvaried.
Mary Lou Prigg Babe
Girl Reserves 15 Home Eco-
nomics 1, 25 Treasurer 2.
Ilflary Lou will make a good .recre-
G. Plymire R. Plymire Porter Postlethwait Powell Prigg
Puskarich Quinn Ramello Rizak M. Roberts R. Roberts
Ross Rotunda Salsberry Sayre Sciabica Shunk
John L. Puskarich Push Mildred Jean Roberts Jeanie Nila Mae Salsberry Nila Mae
Commercial Academic Commercial
Hiller Staff 3.
Just as happy as a lark.
Margaret Mary Quinn Peggy
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 May Day
lg Class Treasurer lg Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 33 Camera Club 2g
Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 3g De-
fense Council Representative of
Girl Reservesg Hiller Staff 3.
She lofve: to roller skate.
Lucy Ramello Lu
Daneing ir her hobby.
John D. Rizak III Babe
Band 1, 2, 33 Junior Hi-Y 1, 25
Senior Hi-Y 33 Hiller Staff 3.
.4 gay and patient redhead.
May Day 1g S.Q.P.R. 2, 35 Go-
To-College Club 3.
Jean is a friend indeed.
Robert Roberts Bob
One day a fweek is his quota.
Lois Jeanne Ross Lois Jeanne
Home Room Officer 1, 25 Gym
Officer 35 S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 33
Olympus Staff 35 Go-To-College
Club 33 Band 1.
Her interest is in the Senior Class.
Mary Catherine Rotunda George
Girl Reserves 2, 35 "T" Club 35
Hiller Stalf 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33
Home Room Officer 1, 2.
Alu all around .rport in more fway:
Girl Reserves 1, 2.
Airway.: :een fwith Shirley.
Audrey Sayre Butch
Band 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1,
2, 33 Home Room Officer 1 ,ZQ
Basketball 1, 2, 3.
Here comes Audrey lwtfh her
Mary Jane Sciabica Sis
Sir fwill furnish our fwardrohe.
Martha Jane Shunk Mart
Home Room Oflicer lg Girl Re-
serves 1, Z, 33 Stamp Club 1, 25
Ofiicer 23 Girls' Chorus 2, May
Day 15 Olympus Staff 33 Hiller
Staff 33 Band 1.
Tra-'vel is 1llart'.f ambition.
,X .VL!,,,, t
Lillian Temonoff Lil
West Bethlehem Township 1 ,2.
Bethlehem's loss :was Trinity?
Cecil Ullom Cec
Football 2, 35 Track 1, 25 Hi-Y
1, 2, 35 Home Room Officer 3.
Cec is Miss Ferralli's great an-
Josephine Urso Jo
T-wo cheeks just like a rose.
Martin Vehar Matt
Ilflatt puts forth an effort.
Mardelle V. Walter Mardelle
Cameron High School 15 Girl
Reserves 1, 35 Home Room Of-
Hcer 25 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra
35 Hiller Staff 3.
She Lwauts to join the WA.V.E.S.
Howard Roy Smith Smitty
Home Room Oflicer 1.
fl general nuisance.
Ray Eugene Spence Ray
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Hiller Staff 3
Hi-Y Treasurer 2.
Rr1y's hobby is girls.
Nadine Swiger Nany
Girl Reserves 2, 35 May Day 15
Home Room Otlicer 2, 35 Glass
Treasurer 25 Girls' Chorus 25
She's our majorette
Lena Tallarico Lee
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 35
"T" Club 3.
She possesses jine basketball tech-
Helen Tiers Tiers
Girl Reserves 2, 35 S.P.Q.R. Club
2, 35 Hiller Stal? 35 Gym Oflice
35 Home Room Officers 2, 3.
An excellent business manager for
Emil Anthony Urbanik Abey
Our future minister.
Veronica V. Vargo Goldie
Hiller Staff 35 Home Room Of-
ficer 3-5 Stamp Club 1, 25 Stamp
Club Oflicer 25 Girl Reserves 3.
To be a scienee teacher is her am-
Don Verholtz Lover
Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35
Home Room Otlicer 3.
Don is someone's ideal.
Stanley A. Warco SfllSll
Football 15 Basketball 1, 2, 35
Track 1, 2, 35 Home Room Of-
ficer 1, Z.
Stush is another of our basketball
Margaret Carole Smith Margie
Home Economics 1.
A future reporter.
John Sten John
Basketball 2, 35 Home Room Of-
He carries his share of responsi-
Edith Tallarico Tally
Band 1, 2, 3.
.4 'winning smile for all.
Laura Louise Tarr Sis
Home Economics 1, 25 Secretary
25 Cafeteria 3.
A little girl fwtih a sfweet smile.
'Patrick Ward Pat Martin Williams Junior
HNF f0"1f'5 flff NWUJ'-' A future Irack coach: he hopes.
Robert Warth Bob
Raises blue-ribbon fwinners.
Donald Eugene Withrow Donnie
Robert Weber Bob Home Room Officer lg F.F.A. 1,
Aixcadetnic 2, 33 F.F.A. Oflicer 3.
He likes lo play ball. One of our fefw bashfnl Juniors.
Frank Robert Woodrud' Woody
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Frank specializes in teasing.
The preacher's daughter.
Shirley Joan Young Shorty
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 S.P.Q.R.
Club 1, 2.
Petite and sfweet.
of we have aa
Harry Albert Adrian Harry Mildred Keirs
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. Our charnxing newcomer.
Seen but not heard.
Edward Anderson Eddie
.fl -very quiet boy is he.
George Julos George
Frank James Gaidos Commercial-General
' D General Basketball 3.
Washfngtun Hlgh School 2- George will some day play for the
Hc's dozng all right sinee he came. New York Yankees.
Withrow Wood ruff
Richard Williams Dick
Band 1, 2, 33 Track.
Dick plays in our Band.
Stanley Edw. Wrubleski Stanley
He's interested in the Army Air
Prefers Trinity to Alt. Lebanon.
E ' ' N
Sam Andrew Doris Ross
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
ln the autumn of 1942 we the Class of 46, entered the halls of Trinity.
The following were elected to serve as officers during our freshman
President JAMES TARR
Vice President MILDRED WILLIAMS
Secretary MARY ANN PUSKARICH
Treasurer JUDY MARTIN
At a later meeting we chose as our advisors, two very capable leaders,
Nliss Elsie Beall and lNfIr. R. S. VVilson.
The most important event of the year for us was the Class Party which
proved a success.
Ive entered our sophomore year with high hopes.
The oliicers of the year:
President SAM ANDREW
Vice President DORIS ROSS
Secretary JUDY MARTIN
Treasurer JEANNE MOORE
A sophomore class party is to be held in the near future.
We hope our success is continued throughout our years at Trinity.
Judy Martin Jeanne Moore
Allender, L. Anderson, L. Anderson, Audia, Baker, M. Balog, R. Balog, Barnes, Bayne,
Beatty, Beclillion, Belcastro, Begler, Bradley, Briggs, Brock, Cain, Caldwell, Chalfant, Chipps,
Comito, Constock, Cope, Cross, Day, Dayak, Dobscha, Drezewski, Filby, Fitch, Foor, J. Gaus, O.
Gaus, Gaynard, Gontz, Gorby, Grast, Gromo, Grove, Hancher, Harshman, Hatfield, J. Herron,
L. Herron, Hootman, Horne, jedrazak, johnson, joseph, Keirs, Kimberland, Knox, Knupp,
Komec, Lightner, Lowery, McClenathan, McClure, McGowan, McMurray, Manfredi, C. Man-
key, R. Mankey, J. Mansfield, M. Mansfield, C. Martin, J. Martin, Migliorati, Mitchell, Mon-
inger, B. Moore, J. Moore, L. Moore, L. Moore, Mounts, 1. Naser, P. Naser, Opatt, Pence, Pettit,
Phillips, Puskarich, Ramsey, Randolph, Redd, Reed, Reese, Reilly, Ross, Rossi, Rowe, Rush,
Sacco, Sandor, Simpson, D. Smith, L. Smith, Stafford, Stevens, Strnisha, Swart, Tallarico, Tarr,
Thomas, Truby, Wade, White, Whiteman, Wilkinson, Williams, Wojcuick, B. Young,
E. Anderson, G. Anderson, R. Anderson, Andrew, Asl1more, Ballein, Batisto, Behanna,
L. Behanna, Belcastro, Bennett, Blumer, Boyles, Bruckner, Butcher, Caesber, Calloway, Car-
son, Caton, Cavanaugh, Chambers, Cotlield, Conklin, Cooper, Cornell, Crai, Crile, Day,
Desmond, Fawcett, Ford, Frazee, Gaynard, Getzik, Gnagey, Graham, Gray, Guzel, Hamilton,
Haney, Heckman, Henderson, Henry, Hootman, Houston, Huggins, Hughes, Hunt, Ireland,
janovich, jaworski, jordan, Karman, Keeling, Kelley, Kenimond, Kern, Kerns, King, Klopack
Kreller, Kudaroski, Lazek, Lemmon, Leppert, Leyda, Lucas, Lutes, McClure, McGowan, Mc-
Kahan, Maleski, Manion, Mankey, Manon, Martin, May, Meny, Milligan, Mounts, R. Mowl,
W. Mowl, Myers, Naser, Pasierbek, Pettit, Powell, Prigg, Progar, Provance, J. Roberts,
W. Roberts, Rush, Sayre, Sedmak, Seibel, Simal, Smith, Spragg, Stavovy, Taggart, Tarr Van-
kirk, Verhovnik, Waldygo, J. White, L. White, Withrow, Wright, Yarkosky, D. Young,
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
Herels to you, dear Trinity,
lVIay we not forget,
That to your fair name, dear school
Yve still owe a debt.
C H o R U s
Our love we give to thee
VVe pledge our loyalty,
Three cheers for colors, blue and white,
Oh, let us oft repeat
Those Words that are so sweet,
"Dear Alma Nlater, here's our pledge to thee
And in years that are to Come,
Our prayer shall always be
For the school of which we sing
Dear Old Trinity.
VVilliam Oliverio Sam Gallo
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
VVe, the Freshmen, entered the halls of Trinity High School in the
autumn of 1943, with the determination to be one of the most successful
classes. Wfe received the regular "initiation" from the upperclassmen
with good sportsmanship.
We were all nervous and doubtful of what the future held in store for
us. Completely bewildered about the change from grade school, we never-
theless, held fast and were willing to accustom ourselves to the new sur-
roundings. Now we proudly consider ourselves a part of dear old Trinity.
Our first class meeting was held on November 9, 194-3. The following
were chosen as our officers:
President WILLIAM OLIVERIO
Vice President SAM GALLO
Secretary JANIE MCCLURE
Treasurer ROBERT WILSON
Mrs. Mary D. Allison and Dr. Harris were chosen as our able class
Our social activities were scheduled for the future.
VVith the leadership and cooperation of our advisors and the class,
We shall endeavor to be one of the most outstanding classes in Trinity's
af 1947 . a
Janie McClure Robert Wilson
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if 5591 ,f
,152-40 1 I 'H qfsjix,
l . if fl, lf.
Adams, Anderson, Ames, Apache, Armstrong, Ashmore, Balser, Barbour, Barnes, Bednar,
Bednarski, Benedict, Bennett, Blattler, Bricker, Brock, Burch, Butler, Byers, Caldwell, Cale,
Chalfant, Clayton, Cole, Collis, Cook, Crawford, Crile, Crumrine, Cumberledge, Curry, Dalton,
Danley, Davis, Devore, Dinsmore, Dolan, Dopler, Drabeck, A. Dubina, P. Dubina, Edens, Ellis,
Emerson, Engle, Faiella, Foglia, Fullum, Gesualdi, Gibson, Giorgianni, Gonts, Gorby, Gray,
Guthrie, Hallam, Hatfield, Heatley, Henning, Hickerson, Hixenbaugh, Hodgens, Hood, Horn,
Houston, Irey, Jacobs, Janovich, Jaworski, johnson, jones, Julos, Keeling, Kidder, Klick,
Kruczek, Kuzy, Landrey, Larkin, Lewis, Lloyd, Lytton, McCarrell, McClure, McKahan, Mc-
Qhuay, Machacek, Mackey, Magdon, Mancuso, Manstield, Margonie, Martinchok, Meloy,
Miller, Montgomery, Mounts, Mull, Nawoj, Novak, Olesky, Osborne, Pallett, Patterson, Patton,
Pavcic, F. Phillips, P. Phillips, Pirrung, Plants, Popovich, Rasel, Rilile, Ritter, Roberts, Roche,
Roney, Russell, Schoolcraft, Sherman, Skowvron, Snyder, Sprowls, Sten, Stevens, Sumney, Swi-
hart, Tallarico, Vallet, -VanNutfelen, Verner, Vettori, Ward, Wardle, Waychoff, Wear, Wiley,
Wood, Wolfe, Woodruff.
Anthony, Bails, Baker, Bannister, Barnhart, Batson, Beddow, Beard, Beecham, Beton,
Blue, Blumer, Brooks, Brower, Buchek, Burchell, Carroll, A. Chivers, C. Chivers, R. Chivers,
J. Clayton, Closser, Cooper, Craig, Crompton, Crowe, Davidson, Davis, Francis Dicks, Frank
Dicks, Dorrycott, Dunn, Evans, Farabee, Farrer, Fazzolore, Gallo, Gettig, Giacometti, Grimm,
Hallam, Harden, Hartley, Headley, Hudak, Hull, jarosz, johnson, J. Johnson, Kimberland,
Kimmins, King, Kocian, Krajacic, Krishack, Kuhlman, Laird, Lash, Lawton, Little, Lyle, Mc-
Bride, McCrerey, McGill, Manrow, Marshall, Maslik, Matthews, Meiford, Megyesy, Morris,
Mounts, Myers, Murray, Myrgo, Nagy, Nash, Nicholls, Oller, Oliverio, Olinger, Onopiuk,
Opatt, Pallaria, Pallett, Parsons, Patterson, Piatt, Podboy, Pollard, Porter, Ranegar, Reedy,
Reeves, Ross, john Ross, Roveno, Sanders, Santelli, Sayre, Scott, Shawinski, Shriver, Sidelak,
Siedlak, Sloan, Sumney, Suwak, Tarr, Thompson, Tomsic, Vallet, Verderber, Vester, Walker,
T. Walker, W. Walker, Wardle, Waters, Weaver, Wilson, Wise.
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WILLIAM MCCOOL President
J. HOWARD WILSON Vice President
IVAN SARGENT Treasurer
RUTH D. THRESHER Secretary
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After looking through the pictorial section of the OLYMPUS the part granted to
the alumni seems insigniiicant, but yet it is one of the most important sections of this
book, for its members have attended Trinity, at some previous date and although they
have departed they still hold a great interestest in its future. They had lived a life
at Trinity where they acquired friendships which they will always cherish. The world
may forget them and the fact that they once attended this school, but the alumni will
never forget their "Dear Old Trinity." It has been branded into their being with a
true spirit of school loyalty. So impressive is this feeling that there will always be
within their hearts a Warm spot for their alma mater.
You may think this to be exaggeration and it would be, if we were leading normal
lives, but we are not. The war is taking boys, who loved laughter and happiness, out
of school and putting them on the battle line where youth and happiness are for-
gotten over night. Only one objective keeps running through their minds. Kill! Killl
or be killed. They live in constant fear and you know what fear does, it takes the
sparkle out of their eyes-makes them dull and stary, it turns their hair gray and
makes them old before their time.
These boys don't want to die, they want to come home and enjoy life and the things
they may not have appreciated before. They spend many lonely nights yearning to be
with their loved ones. Many who never prayed before are learning to pray now.
The members of our alumni are facing these conditions. You find them in the
Pacific areas, Europe, and Asia, and many other parts of the world, thousands of miles
from their friends. In spite of these conditions We have received information concern-
ing many of last yearbs alumni and Will list the branch of service of those of whom we
have some knowledge, they are as follows:
ROY BARR JAMES LEYDA
JOI-IN CHUPINSKY VVAYNE lVlIN'I'0N
FRANK CORNELL XVILLIAM MCDONOUGH
ALBERT GRIMM ANTHONY PROGAR
BILL HULL LOU PROGAR
JOE KERN BILL RUSH
RUDY SISUL XVARREN STAINBROOK
EDWARD THOMPSON RICHARD VAN NIIFFELIN
JOIIN VORUM JIM WILSON
VINCENT BRADDOCK FRED BRIDGES
EVAN COLLINS GEORGE HARSI-IMAN
VERTIS HUGGINS CLIFFORD KENAMOND
JIM LOCKWOOD FRANK MCCLENATHAN
FRED PARASKA JOSEPH PATRICK
JOE PUSKARICH KENNETH STEWART
GEORGE SIMS EARNEST WVATERS
PA UL VVALKER PETE PETROS
EUGENE YATSKO EARL SIBERT
EDWARD TOPKA FRED XVILLIAMS
EARLI5 BAYNE JAMES ROBERTS
JOHN NIANFREDI DON VVEST
Alumni Killed In Action
ROBERT BEDILLION ROBERT MOORE
LEE ANDREVV CHARLES WELCII
XVALKER H. NICCARTNEY JOI-IN RUSH
FRANK ROKRBACKER BERNARD SVVART
Missing In Action
XVILLIAM CARPIN CHARLES VOGEL
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ELAINE H. MARTIN
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SENIOR GIRL RESERVE CLUB
Pfwidwll ...... W. ...A - ..... - ....V -. ....... .....- .......... H--- .,..., --.-EvAn1NE HART
Vive President., ...,.... - .... - .... -..E- ........ - ....... Coizmur FETHERLIN
Sfffviary ............... - ......... .... . .... - .-.Erma Rauxnv
Treasurer .. ...... -... ....... ............. - .S ...,. .-...--Vivmu BETON
Ad'Ul-507' .-,. M ....... WN- ......... - ......... -.-..---..MRs. MARY D. IXLLISON
The Senior Girl Reserve Club has been very industrious this school
year under the guidance of its advisors, Mrs. Mary D. Allison and Mrs.
The activities have included a Candlelight Service, participation in a
New Year's Eve Formal, joint parties with the Hi-Y and various dances
throughout the year.
Miss Nadine Swiger, a member of our club was elected "sweetheart"
at the Sweetheart Dance held at the Y.VV.C.A. with other local schools.
The Mid-VVinter Conference was attended by delegates at Pittsburgh.
Prwidani ............,., - ......... CLARENCE WEAVER
Vice Presiden! ........... -..-..- .,....,....... -..-.RICHARD GROVE
Treaiurnr .......,,,., .E.....,.,. R OEERT CLARENCE ELLxs, JR.
Secretary ,.-.,. ....W...,.- ,....... - ,,..,. JOHN KRIZAY
"lVIore successful than expected" is a phrase capable of describing the
activities of the Senior Hi-Y.
The main handicap encountered was the inability to find a convenient
meeting time. Transportation diiiiculties 'made it almost impossible to
hold the meetings at night and if they were held at noon, lack of time to
accomplish anything entered into the picture.
However, despite this handicap, the organization held a swimming
party, a joint Girl Reserve and Hi-Y party, and the Recovery Dance. All
of these events were successful.
Five boys were sent, as representatives, to the Y.lVI.C.A. Older Boys
Conference, which was held at the North Burrough Y.M.C.A. located in
Bellevue, Pennsylvania. These boys were: James Dunn, Chuck Crompton,
Reed Andrew, Jack Davis and John Krizay.
Editor-in-chief V.,Y...... W ............ -ww ...,w E ,,Y,Y.4A...,7, ,LGLENN BL.-XYNEY, JR.
Associate Editor: ........ ...- .... .EMM KOEliLER, CARI. BUCHEIT, JR.
Nefwr Edilor ...-.V-vf.-.V.-...wV..-.......... -..ec..-..-.c, 7......... -.Doius JEAN HOOTMAN
Ffaillrz' Editor .......4. -.- .......,...,..A....,.....,..,,...,..,,..,...,,. W ,,..,,,, VERoNxcA Vasco
Society Editor: ..,..... JEAN JOHNSTON, CHARMAlNE Cours, PEGGY QUlNN
Sportx Edilor.r..,, ........ me ,,7... . ...,, BILL WOLF, MARY CATI-IARlNE R01-UNDA
Muric Editor ................................ -...- ......L..,LV.....L ..,f.....A..lVlARDELL WALTER
Exchange Editor ...,. . ....,..., ..,..,-.,,,,, 4 ,,,,-,,, , M ,,,,,, JEANNETTE DUNN
Bu.vinL'.r.v Manager L.,, - L,.....,,. .nh ..,,,,E,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,ww H ELEN Traits
Adfvcrtisirzg Manager vw- ...... WW., ,,.,,,, - .,,,. -.,,,,,,rCH,xRLi35 CRQMPTQN
Circulation Ilffnzmger ..,,,,,, W., ,,,,,,.,, A., ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, NQRMA JEAN MOORE
Fflffllly flrlfvisorr v......,, ....... Y .............,, M Rs. PATTON, Mu. MONINGER
"The Hiller" got off to a flying start this year by putting out the first
issue of the paper at Thanksgiving time.
The "TVho's Who," a column of new interest, was inaugurated to
select in a series of contests the most popular boy and girl of each class.
The ictures of each were ut in succeedin issues of the a er.
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ln the last issue we, the Juniors, paid tribute to the Seniors.
Co-operation from the entire stall and student body helped to make
the paper a success. '
The paper also owes part of its success to the advisors, lVIrs. Patton
and Mr. Moningei-, for their capable direction.
YEAR BOOK STAFF
Senior Editors .....
fzmior Editors ....
Alumni ...... ................
-----f MCCLURE, J.
SHUN K, M.
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------ APACHE, P.
Ross, L. '
------ VARGO, V.
Senior-MR. DECKBR AND MISS FERRALLI
Junior-MR. MONINGER AND MRS. PATTON
MR. C. S. FIALLAM MR. J. H. WILSON
MR. R. S. VVILSON
FRAZEE, VV. MITCHELI., D. MARTIN, J.
HART, E. VESTER, C. . MITCIIELI., M.
GRIsPIN, C. CONKLE, W. MORIARITY, E.
ELLIS, A. ENGLE, H.
Miss RUTH DAMBACII - '
SMITH, L. PANGLE, L.
HENDERSON, B. '
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JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES
Pfeudent - .......... - M-- ........... -.- .... ..w...w.... H sum Pence
Vice President ,,,...... , ,,,,,... M ,,...,,,, H- ,,,,,,, PATTY BAKER
Secretary ............. .V,,.... ..,,...... H 1 um CAIN
Treasurer - .......... .--... E ....,..... --.. ,MEM .,,,,,, -JEAN NASER
Program Chrizrmanm ............,,,,.,, ,,,., M M .,,.....,,,,,,, -,MARIAN ALLENDER
,q,1,,im,-,W ----- M ,-,,-AA-.w M mm--M --MW---M S Miss RUTH MYERS
I Miss ELSIE BEALL
The Junior Girl Reserves, a branch of the Y.VV.C.A., is made up of
freshman and sophomore girls. Meetings are held every other Tuesday
at the Y.W.C.A.
The officers of the club attended an Inter Club Conference meeting
at Camp Buffalo in the early autumn. The purpose of the conference was
to plan activities for the club during the year.
Some of the major activities in which the club took part were the
Candlelight Service, a party for the Junior Hi-Y, a New Year's Eve
Formal, and an Easter Breakfast.
Prmidmz ..,...,,,..... ,M .,.. ........... S AM ANDREW
Vice President .,........ ...M .... ......... W ILLXAM MAY
Secretary ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ...,.... J OHN MILLIGAN
Treasurer . ........ ROBERT SPRAGG
The Junior Hi-Y is an organization consisting of thirty-six Sophomore
and Freshman boys. The purpose of the club is to extend high standards
of Christian character throughout the school and community.
At the beginning of the school term our club consisted of only fourteen
boys, but plans to take in new members were immediately set in force.
The prospective members must have an average of C or above and have
the approval of the club upon entrance. Following their induction into
the club, a formal and informal initiation were held.
Throughout the year the club joins with the Junior Girl Reserves in
various events. During the early part of the year, a party Was given for
the Hi-Y by the Junior Girl. Reserves. ln return, the I-Ii-Y held a swim-
ming party for the girls.
The Junior Hi-Y Works in afliliation with the Y.M.C.A. and holds its
meetings there every other Tuesday night. '
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Pfefidfnt .maa..-...-..- ......... .. ........ ....- ........... H ...A.,... Lois SMITH
Vim President .......... - ....... - E ..,...., BUELA HENDERSON
Secretary - ...................... ,....... - . .,.... an .,,. NELLIE Posr
T1'ea.vure'r M .,..... -- ..... Wi..- .,.... ......... W INONA MouN'rs
Program Chairman A,,. .. ......,.... ....,.. .....,..,,. E v ADINE I-IART
Hdfvisor ...M ...,..,,.A. and ...... N .,,......... Miss DAMBAUCH
The Go-To-College Club has a very worthy purpose. Being encour-
aged by the motto "Aspire Oinem," its members pursue a higher educa-
tion, and prepare themselves for a better life at college. The motto itself
means more than, "Think lt Through." It means suspended judgment,
open-mindness, and a courageous spirit that sends one forwardg that
even college, the immediate goal, is not an end. The club has worked
toward this end and does not feel that its efforts have been in vain.
Meetings are held every two Weeks. The programs have included
talks by guest speakers on college life, group discussions, and the making
of U.S.O. scrapbooks. -
The social events of the season have been: a party for new members,
St. Patrick7s Day Tea Dance, Welfare work at Christmas, and the annual
banquet given for the Seniors by the Juniors. r ' '
President ...,,......... -,., ...... mmm ..,,..... .... do ........ C ...V1v1AN B1z'roN
Fire Preridfnt ,,,... H ......... - ...... N., ...,....,... Lois SMITH
Secretary .--- ....,.,....,.,,....... ...--.-ANNE'r'rA WONSETTLER
Treasurer M.. ......... -M .......,....... M..- ........ -..--.-..,..-- .... MARY MARTIN
Mrs. Patton and Miss Dambach are the Club Advisors
Experience proves valuable when looking for a secretarial position,
so the Commercial Club of Trinity helps to provide the experience.
During former years, each teacher was assigned a secretary. This
year, however, a new system was introduced. Each period, one or two
secretaries work in the typing room and teachers having any work to be
done send it up to this department. The work is completed and returned.
The Commercial Club was active, sponsoring a tea dance, a banquet,
and holding parties. New members were duly initiated by the older mem-
In order to be a member, you must be enrolled in the Commercial
Course, your grades must be a C average or above, and a majority of the
members must vote on each possible candidate.
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S. P. Q. R. CLUB
Prrnvidcnt ....... .... ...... - . .-.--...-.-.,. ........,... L ..... ,--..WAYNE FRAZEE
Preszdcnt .............., -. ....... -.-.,-..------ .......,.. -.- ...... -..GLENN BLAYNEY
Vue Preszdent ,.,. -Q .,..., ,,,.--...a..-. .,........... -..-..LUcY BELLE MANKEY
Secretary ................ M ........ L ...........,.................., -...BE'r'rY Dicxs
Treasurer L... ..... .. ........ aa.- ...... La.. .... -...L....,.....-aMA1uAN POLK
Adfuiror ..-.,..- ..,.., A.,. - .. .........,. , .... M ..,... , ...... - .... -..- ,..... ,... L --.MRs. Smuccs
The S. P. Q. R. Club fSenatus Populusque Romanusj this year has a
membership of seventeen advanced Latin students and eighteen high rank-
ing second year Latin students.
Once a Week the advanced members take their regular class period to
hold club meetings, the purpose of which is to study and discuss life and
literature of the ancient Romans. Every so often a meeting is planned
to include all the members. Entering the club this year are twenty-nine
So far the activities of the club have been to sponsor a Tea Dance, and
to send a year's subscription of the Readers' Digest magazine and home-
made cookies donated by the members of the club to the local U.S.O. for
Christmas. Later on the club is planning its annual initiation of the new
A Latin operetta is in the making for the entertainment of the entire
student body and will be given in an assembly. The entire program to be
conducted by the club.
A silver Latin pin, a symbol of achievement, will be awarded to the
outstanding Senior Latin student of the year Commencement night.
A storehouse of knowledge may be found on the shelves of Trinity's
library for those who seek it. Senior, junior, and sophomore girls, who
serve as librarians during their free periods, together with Miss Ruth
Myers, the teacher librarian, help those who come.
Each year over one hundred books are added to the collection which
now numbers well over two thousand volumes. These books are both
fiction and non-fiction. The Library subscribes to fifteen magazines such
as: Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Time, National Geographic,
Saturday Evening Post, and others. Daily news may be found in the
YVashington Observer and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. These papers
are bought with money from fines.
All are urged to take advantage of the many opportunities which are
offered in Trinity's library.
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Vife Plwidffll .......... ............ - .............................. - ..,... R UBY LONGSTREATH
Secretary ....... - .... LM-.- .,., ..,,..,.,,L ,,.. ,.M,a,,.,,.,,.,,.-,JEAN JACKSON
T reamrcr .- ...-- ..... ....a-..-..-..., ...... ....-...ELANOR Bainmuneu
Adwixgfsn M ---, W -an-.hh ------,4.,- H .--,, M- M--l Miss REYNOLDS
l Mas. BARNEY
The Cafeteria Club is composed of seventeen girls who work in the
Cafeteria under the supervision of lVIiss Reynolds and Nlrs. Barney.
At the Goody Bar, the profits of which are used to purchase sweaters
for the Senior members, refreshments were served at the dances.
The Cafeteria Girls with the aid of the Home Economies Club served
at the Football Banquet.
The Senior members are: Johnetta Armstrong, Elanor Bainbridge,
Louise Collins, Helen Hatfield, Elizabeth Higgins, Jean Jackson, Velma
Kenimond, Nliriam lVIorroW, Betty Opatt, Evelyn Phillips, and Evelyn
The Junior members are: Dorothy Briggs, Eugenia Curry, Geraldine
Little, Ruby Longstreath, Pauline Stevens, and Laura Tarr. 1
HOME ECONOMICS CLUBS
Officers for the Freshman Home Economics Club for the year are:
P,-,-,idmg ,,-----,----,,, , .,,, -W-, N.,.,.,... - . ,......NIARGARET SMVIH
Vim Prmidgnz ,,,,,A,,,,,,..,,,,, ,,,,,..C ............ ,,... .......... D o R o THY WARDLE
Sgfrgfap-yw,-,Q-,H .,,...,, ,,,,-,,,e-M., ,.....?.,ALBERTA VAN NUFFELEN
T,-mmf-N hm, ..,, M ,,,.. W C ,,,..,..,.., .. .... Nomm GIBSON
Officers for the Sophomore Home Economics Club for the year are:
P1-widen: .,,, - ,,,,..-.,..,.........,,,,, -l.,.,,.e-,,...--..m-,GERALDINE BRIGGS
Fife President ..... - ........... - -.-Lp ,,,... -e.,..,,MARcELLA DREZEWSKI
Sem-ezary -,.,,.,.-.-.4 ...,.... ...,... N .,. ..,. -..,......e ............ JoAN Hamlow
Tf0H51l7'0I' - .... C .............. W- ..... ..-.........-.. ............,,........,,.4.,..,.., LENA SMITH
Both clubs have been a great success due to the initiative of the girls
and helpful guidance of Miss Beall.
The Sophomore Club held various parties, one of which was a roller
skating party held early in January of 1944.
The Freshman Club held a Valentine Party in the living room of
the department. The activities of both clubs have been helpful as well
as social to all girls taking Home Economics.
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F. F. A.
This year the Trinity F.F.A. Chapter has made notable progress both
in chapter activities and internal organization.
Among the newly instituted activities were such enterprises as acting
as an agency for nationally known magazines, the sponsoring of a pure
bred pig ring, the finance for which was supplied by the Rotary Club of
Washington. Undertaken, also on a large scale, was the sale of garden
seeds. These in conjunction with such projects as machinery repair and
the Thanksgiving rafile have been put through on the scale of unprecedent-
ed success. A
The purpose of the club is to arouse interest and afford training to
rural boys. This is carried out by aggressive leadership and an active
interest among the members. The work and finance committees are to
The Trinity F.F.A. Chapter is an active participant of the VVashing-
ton Greene County Federation of Chapters and has students holding ex-
ecutive positions in the Federation. ln affiliation with the Federation, the
Trinity Vo Ag boys will sponsor the annual Project Tour in August.
With the Federation the boys have inaugurated an athletic program
in competition with other chapters.
The Agricultural Council is composed of the outstanding members of
Vocational Agriculture. Those eligible for membership to the Ag Coun-
cil are as follows: Project winners, members of winning judging teams at
the State College F.F.A. Week, Keystone Farmers, Keystone board mem-
bers, and all oflicers of the F.F.A. Chapter.
The purpose of the Council is to promote the increased activity and
enthusiasm of F.F.A. members.
THE SCIENCE CLUB
This year a group of students, who are especially interested in science,
organized a chapter of "Science Club of America" at Trinity. It has
taken for its motto: "Wee Scientists, test-tube shakers and beaker break-
Prnident ........ .. .................... - ............ - ..,............,,.............,,....,. MAR1oN Pour
Vice Presidefzl.- ,........ .....,.,. , ......,......,... ,,...,. A F. ,.,..,PAUL ELY
Secretary ............ E. ......... ......... - ,........ - .......... .....,,.,. M A RY TIL Piucc
T rmrurrr .... ....-a....- ..,,. -..--- ....... .... - .,., J Aclcns Bizmciss
Program Chairman .... -..- ..........................r.c,.,..r.,....,....,.,,,, GLENN BLAYNEY
lfVhile the club has a varied program, it plans to be mainly an activity
The club has sponsored two field trips this year, one, to the museums
of Pittsburgh, and one to see the picture "Madame Curie."
Charter members are as follows: Arblaster, Blayney, Bridges, Davis.
Ely, Grispen, Layton, Lewis, Malone, Nloore, Margo, G. Plymire, R. Ply-
mire, Polk, Prigg, Vargo, and Walter.
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ADVANCED GIRLS' CHORUS I
The Advanced Girls Chorus is composed chiefly of Juniors and Seniors
who have had more advanced forms of group singing.
Concert arrangements of classical, secular and popular songs are pre-
pared, and opportunities arise for public performances.
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BEGINNING GIRLS' CHORUS
The Beginning Girls Chorus is a group composed of freshmen and
sophomores. The first year is spent introducing its members to the funda-
mentals of music, such as, key-consciousness, the ability to vocalize, and
to distinguish between different intervals. They begin with simple songs
and later become acquainted with more advanced material.
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Although small, it offers an opportunity to those who want to develop
their voices for choral singing. Secular and non-secular material is used,
including the most popular folk songs.
The Chorus has not taken active part in any public programs, thus far,
because of its limited membership. ln the future we hope to have more
boys join the group. l
Although small, the orchestra has continued practice. At Christmas
Time the orchestra played several pieces at the Washington County Chil-
dren's Home, to the great delight of the children.
In Ma1'ch, the Seniors had a play to which the orchestra contributed
its talents. The orchestra also played at Commencement and Baccalaure-
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Problems relative to the orderly movement of pupils to and from the
various rooms and buildings at Trinity are not those Of the ordinary
The fact that our personnel is drawn from many different sections,
representing different interests and industries of many communities causes
the formation of groups of students. Then too many of our boys and
girls come to Trinity from one or two room rural schools where the num-
ber of students is comparatively few and movement of little consequence.
Again at the beginning of each school year our enrollment is larger and
the congestion greater.
For these reasons some years ago a system of trafic control was in-
augurated at Trinity. The squad is composed of Senior boys whose duty
it is to see that pupil. movement is in the right direction, that loitering is
discouraged, and that there is no unnecessary rough housing within the
As a reward for their faithfulness the school usually presents the squad
members with a sweater emblem.
This year's group includes:
On lVIarch 24, 1944, the Senior Class of Trinity presented "Formula
for Pancakes," a fast moving three-act comedy, under the direction of
Mrs. lVIary Allison.
The play centered around three college co-eds, Virginia, who was a
pretty, popular girl with plenty of boy-friends, was continually trying to
get some man for Nlaureen, a shy girl whose heart was set on winning a
scholarship. Janet was in love with Tom and later the two run away and
The play ended with Janet happily married, Nlaureen Winning the
scholarship, and Virginia getting Pete.
The cast included: Virginia, Vivian Beton, Mr. Bailey, Ma1'ion Polk,
Janet, Sara Hughes, Tom, Jack Davis, lVIaureen, Evadine Hartg Pete,
Trevor Beecham: Dorothy, Irene Taylorg Evelyn, Ella Mae Faulknerg
Jerry, Benjamin Skilleng Ted, Wayne Frazeeg M1's. North, Florence
Lencog Gertrude, Betty Krellerg M1's. Renneck, Edna Mae Neal, and
Prompter, Betty Jane lVard.
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Trinity survives a second War-time football season and concluded it
with a record of 4 wins, 3 losses, and 2 ties. Uncle Sam shattered all
hopes of a better season, when he took all but two of the veterans from
a fine crop of promising Juniors and Sophomores, who were just getting
experience last year.
With Dave Stenhouse and Kenny Adams, the only holdovers, forming
the nucleus of the team, Coach Decker chose from a large but inexperi-
enced group of athletes and formed a team which provided many a thrill
for its followers.
Mike Privara and Jim Stull from VVest Bethlehem High, and Kan-
nanie and Elias George, from Canonsburg High, who were four new-
comers, added considerable strength to the team. Stan Polosky, who
never made an attempt to make the team before, proved to be the "dark
horse" of the year, inasmuch as he became one of the outstanding running
and kicking halfbacks of the district. Considerable credit must be given
to the other inexperienced lads, who so splendidly displayed their talents
and to Coach Decker who so patiently urged them on.
As to the season itself, two traditional games were won, one tied, and
one lost. Burgettstown and Canonsburg, both arch-rivals, fell victims of
the Trinity onslaughtq but in the opening game of the year with our intra-
city rival, Wash High, the inexperience of our boys took its toll and we
came out on the short end of a 13-0 score. A second game with Wash
High, which concluded the season, ended in a 0-O tie.
The majorettes, though limited in number this year, were an imposing
force as the leaders of the band.
The snappy trio, Sara Hughes, Audree Ellwood, and Io Ann McClure
with the head majorette, Norma Jean Schoenberger, attended the football
games and various parades despite the weather and transportation obsta-
cles. These Senior girls, by their reviewers, were bestowed with many
SUMMARY FOOTBALL SEASON
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A Trinity quintet, which saw itself on the losing end of ten of its first
eleven contests, found its bearings just at the start of the second round of
league competition, and won enough games to finish second in the Section
II race. Four games are all the Hillers won, but they were all league
games, and in the season's finale they contended our arch-rival and the
Section Champs, Wash High, only to lose out in the closing second of play.
Also, the Canonsburg jinx was broken, as the Hillers triumphed in
their second game ofthe season, for the first victory over the Gunners in
over two years. Other victories were over,Burgettstown Qtwicej and
Stan Polosky, outstanding halfbaclc of the Trinity football team,
proved his versatility in the field of sports, by rocking up 109 points to
lead his team in scoring. Oliverio was second with 87, Jaworski 73, Pazy-
niak 67, Gayvert 36, Warco 8, Progar 8, and Davis 5.
Ti-iniry .,,,.,., .... - .- ..,.,. 30 Carmichaels .... .. ...,....... -. 50
Trinity ,,,, K ,.......,.,,.. -.-- .... 36 Centerville ...... .,...,..........., 3 7
Trinity- ,,., R., ......... ,..- ..... 21 Brownsville ........,.,....,,......... 29
Trinity- .... ..., ,...... ---.. 29 Centerville - ........ --...-- 33
Trinity ..,..... - .....,...., - ......... 25 Brownsville .... .... - ..- ........ 27
Trinity ........ .-.-.-'f29 Union -..MM .....,..,... ,.-.-.-...-..a 24
Trinity ,,,,,,,, x31 Canonsburg N ...,.. -....i..,,.. 24
Trinity.,-.,- ,.,,.,,,,,.. N.- ,..., 19 Penna. Training School-.. Z2
Trinity ,,,,,,.,.-,,,.,,.,... ,.- ,.,.. +25 Waynesburg .............. - .......... 22
Trinity ........ - ........., - ...... i"24 Washington High ...-...-a.... 31
Trinity ........ -..-.. ---.,c431 Opponents -..--.- ........ ....,-508
A great part of the time is spent to prepare the group as a military
band, that they might learn to participate in marching formation.
Football games and parades give the real experience to the band mem-
bers. This year the band went to Monongahela to take part in an Armis-
tice Day Parade. The band performed at all the football assemblies.
Due to the transportation difficulties, brought about by the War, the
band was unable to attend the away games. But at the home and local
games the band made an excellent showing.
The members of this group are chiefly composed of freshmen, who
probably have never played an instrument before. They are taught how
to handle and take care of their instruments, and after they have mastered
this, they are taught the fundamentals of music.
When all students have mastered the fundamental drills, they play
short selections. At the end of the year, they are advanced enough to play
material of regulation length. Then, the next year, they are ready to enter
the regular band.
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The Reserve team wound up its season with a record of 7 victories
and 5 defeats.
Through the experience gained in these games, the boys will be capable
of filling the varsity berths next year.
Davis and Progar led the team in scoring, with 59 and 51, respectively.
Although the other team members weren't as successful in scoring,
Clark, Lavrich, Lazek, and Verholtz added the necessary ball-holding to
bring the team out on top.
Disregarding the five defeats suffered, they won two of the greatest
victories, by defeating their two closest rivals, VVash High and Canons-
Trinity Reserves ............,....... 23 Centerville Reserves ........ .., 17
Trinity Reserves ..... , ,.... -...- 14 Brownsville Reserves ....,,, 25
Trinity Reserves .... ..... ,.,,.. -- 12 Union Reserves -......... 26
Trinity Reserves 21 Canonsburg Reserves ..- .,.,.. 28
Trinity Reservesw ......,,........ 17 Waynesburg Reserves ...... -. 9
Trinity Reserves .....,,. ...-..... 26 Chartiers Reserves ..........., -- 17
Trinity Reserves ..........,. -.,.- 21 Washington Reserves ...... 14-
Trinity Reserves....- ...... ....... 18 Union Reserves .-....-,.... 19
Trinity Reserves .,,..,.... ....... 2 Z Canonsburg Reserves ...... ... 12
Trinity Reserves 23 Morganza Reserves .. ..... .H 8
Trinity Reserves-.- ,... ....... 19 Waynesburg Reserves......s 16
Trinity Reserves... ....... ..... 24 Washington Reserves -.-... 27
Trinity Reservese ....... ...-..240 Opponents -.,.......-......-...218
The cheerleaders had a very successful season with the help of their
new coach Mrs. Mary D. Allison, who assumed the responsibility of ad-
visor when Miss Kiblinger entered the WAVES.
They attended all the games and were an inspiration to both the stu-
dent body and the teams.
The Seniors: Trevor Beecham, Dick Maloy, Anetta Wonsetter, and
Vivian Beton will be replaced by the Juniors: Marie Engle, Corrine Feth-
erlin, Kenny Burns, and Glenn Dye.
New cheerleaders were elected by the student body in a special assem-
bly of which the cheerleaders had charge. The newly elected Sophomores
were: Hilda Cain, Mildred Williams, Jimmy Tarr, and Billie May.
Everyone is looking forward to the next season which we hope to be
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In an intramural track meet, won by the fourth period gym class, such
outstanding track talents were uncovered as those of Naser, Privara,
Sienkiel, and Watters. Adams, Sikora, and Sienkiel were the standouts
in the field events.
On May 7th, the Invitation Track Nleet was held at the YVash-High
field. All the schools of YVestern Pennsylvania participated. Trinity
scored SM points in relay events, Winning third in the M -mile and fourth
in the 440-yard dash. They were nosed out in both events by very slim
margins. The Hillers showed surprising strength in several other events.
Trinity High's field and track team won its first district championship
in many years, when it nosed out Wash-High, Canonsburg, and Waynes-
burg in the Quadrangular Meet at the Wash High Stadium on May 14th.
The Hillers annexed a total of 49-U5 points against 41-7,fl0 points
by the Little Presidents, against the 40-7f10 points by the Gunners and
the 30-2X5 points scored by the Greene Countians.
Coach Decker had his proteges, numbering 25, well-trained for the
affair. The squad captured points in 12 out of 15 events. They won
four firsts, half-mile relay, 200-yard low hurdles, shotput and pole vault,
and added 6 points to their score by taking second, third, and fourth posi-
tions in the broad jump.
Pacing the Hillers was Watters, who registered 10 points by winning
the pole vault, taking second in the shot put and third in the 440-yard
dash. Other leading scorers were Calabro, Naser, Privara, Sienkiel,
Sikora, and Snyder.
The "T" Club, noted for its awards to outstanding Trinity girls in
athletic activity and scholarship, has for the past ten years made it possi-
ble for the school to show its appreciation to the various athletic teams.
Money earned through the sale of tickets to skating parties went toward
sweaters bought for our boy and girl athletes.
On December 3rd, the very successful Football Dance was held to
celebrate the football teams' victories of the season. Then in the school
cafeteria on December 16th, the annual Football Banquet was held in
honor of the team and coach, Mr. Decker. The guest speaker was Mr.
Henry, of Washington and Ieflerson College.
The girls elected for their oflicers:
Prexident - .... -- ...... --..- ......... -..-.- ...... ..- ...... --.MARY MARTIN
Vice President-- ...... - .... a---.....- .............. -. ....... -W .... Vivien Baron
Secrelary N.-- ......... -..-.-,.---.....--m ..... -.- -..- ............ NELLIE Posr
Treasurer --.M ................ -,......- ..... --..--.- ............. W.- ,..... Louisa Younc
Under the leadership of the new advisors, Miss Ferralli and Miss
Reynolds, all activities met with great success.
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Our year book is a cooperative work. Cooperation from the
various elements, departments, and classes of the school is essential
to its existence.
Then there is the necessary working together of the four major
specialists: the photographer, the engraver, the printer and the cover
We at Trinity have done our work harmoniously in furnishing
the substance for this book.
VVe Wish to call to your attention the work of the following
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