Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1947 volume:
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For the past sixteen years Mr. C. Werner
Gayvert has been a familiar figure at Trinity.
He has won the admiration and respect of all
who have been a part of Trinity High School.
To the many friends he has made he is known
Therefore, We the members of the Olympus
Staff dedicate this, the nineteenth issue of the
Olympus, to Mr. Gayvert as an expression of
our appreciation for his faithful and untiring
devotion to his job as Supervisor of Buildings
and Grounds at Trinity High School.
C. WERNER GAYVERT
JANUARY 16, 1930 DECEMBER 20, 1946
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES DIXON
102 Latimer Avenue, Strabane
Charles was a member of the Class of 1948
and was enrolled in the General Course. One
of his favorite pastimes was baseball.
He was a quiet boy and Well-liked by all
who knew him. As a friend and as a student
he will be missed by his many acquaintances
at Trinity High School.
Greetings to tlhe Students
Trinity High Selirooll
In this era of great hazards and momentous de-
cisions, you, who are students about to graduate,
face graver responsibilities than any generation of
youth in the history of the world! With you and
others like you rests the fate of civilization! Cour-
age, resourcefulness, high integrity, consideration
for the rights of others, Willingness to sacrifice for
a cause greater than yourselves, and compassion
for the unfortunate-all these are vital as you go
to meet the challenge of your time! Your elders
will hand on to you the torch that they have carried
through the years. It is for you to succeed Where
they have failed. The time is short! Your task is
great! But, if you Will, you can!
The Directors of Trinity High School Wish to
express their appreciation for the splendid work
of the Principal, the Teachers and all who have
contributed to the success of the Olympus.
H. M. BRICNNICR,
ll.-IRoI.n M. BRIINNIIR GEoRI:E D. AI.l.ISON j. IIAGAN GIJTIIRIIQ lixlERY l,R.X'l"I'
SoutlI Strnhnne Canton NortlI Franklin .Ihnwell
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QPISORIGIZ BURY MICIIAEI. COMFR PAUI. FRITZ
Cllllfllll Canton North Franklin
MARTIN R. H.xI.I..-I xI
nl. S. Gmsox H.-IRoI.n H. flROXl0
.klnwell North Franklin
CI.YDli MAYNE VVII.I.Is L. RMISEY VV. B. Rlillll
Canton Arnwell .Mnwell
H. WV. KIABBY
EDYVIN j. G.IuI
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E. A. HOOTMAN
I. VV. I.IeIecII
South Strabane South Sfl'IllHlllt'
ARTHUR I.. SMITH AIUHN A. SRIITII
South Stralmne Canton
CLARENCE 'IQAIRR MRS. MARGARET UI.I:RY fl.-XRV1N R. XVYLIIQ
NortlI Ffillllillll Canton clantgn
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E. VAUGHN ROSS, Principal 1929
Washington and jefferson College, B.S., M.S.g
Graduate work, University of Pittsburgh.
.4 guiding light in Ihr' hour of nrfd.
TO the FACULTY and STUDENT BODY:
Always the graduation of a Senior High School Class is a time of
happiness and sorrow-happiness that the year has come to a successful
conclusion and that you can look back with pride upon your achieve-
ments: sorrow that a time of parting is near, mixed with a feeling of
uncertainty in regard to the problems that lie ahead.
It is on an occasion such as this that the Principal Wishes to thank both
groups, student and faculty, for the -cooperation that they have given
him during this year, his first as Principal of Trinity High School. If
this year has been successfil, all the credit belongs to you. No group
MR ANDA FERGUSON 1946
' :nity High Schoolg Secretary to Principal.
1sn't hard to :milf and hr inlfamnl.
GARNET REESE 1946
Trinity High School Secretary to Principal
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J. ARLEIGHI JoHN, Dean of Students 1930
- Vlhishington and jefferson College, B.S., lVI.A.g
,f lfraduate work, VVashington and jefferson
College, University of Pittshurgh, Mathe-
maticsg Plane Geometry.
Conrfalmi lalrnt lzrirzgs no rrpulalirnn.
JAMES CLARK, Director of Activities 1935
juniata College, l-3.8.3 Graduate work, VVnsh-
ington and jefferson College, University of
Pittshurghg Olympus Stall, Matlrematiesf
General Scienceg Plane Geometry.
:Ill good things l'I1lIII' in .vmnll fmrkzlgfnr.
of people could have more whole-heartedly supported the administration
of a school than you have: aml this has made it a pleasure to he a part
of such a loyal organization.
To our parting Class of l947, l wish the best of everything that life
can give and hope that you will remember your years at Trinity with
MRS. GARNET ALLISON 1942
Slippery Rock State Teacher's College: Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, B.A.g Graduate work,
Washington and jefferson College: VVorld
.fl plfarant ,vmilf mn gn a long fway.
MARIE ALEXY 1946
Bethany College, B.A.g General Scienceg
Physical Educationg Advisor of "T" Club.
Good hfalth and good .vrnxf arf' t-'wo of liff'.v
MRS. AGNES AULD 1942
University of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.L.g Advisor
of Science Clubg Chemistryg Physics.
Ilfr kindness is only fxfffdfci hy tllr purity nf
BLAINE A. BEEGHLY 1943
West Virginia University, B.S.g Graduate
work, Morris Harvey College, Penn State
College, Advisor of Future Farmers of Amer-
icag Supervisor of Agriculture.
.4 jirm foundation i.r the basis for hard fwork.
MILTON DECKER 1937
Wayneshurg College, B.S.g Graduate work,
Pennsylvania State College, California State
Teachers College, Advisor of Senior Class:
Physical Education, Athletic Coach.
LI'lIdl'l'.Yllip and coopfration arf hir but fluffy. ff ,fl ' Iv ,Z .
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MRS. ROY G. DUNKLE 1946
Illinois State Normal Universityg Home Eco-
nomicsg Vocational Chemistry, Cafeteria
Homr' ffonomffx in itxrlf is nn url.
JENNIE M. FERRALLI 1942
Washington Seminaryg Pennsylvania College
for Women, B.A.g Graduate work, Pennsyl-
vania State Collegeg Advisor of Senior Class:
Olympus Stalfg Advisor of Magazine Cam-
paign, Director of Dramaticsg Supervisor
of noon dancingg Moderator for radio hroad-
cast, American History.
Onrffhosf .lu-auiy -will nffwr lu' iiirnrnmi by .Q xesgcsx'
if ynux. qvtw
WILLIAM GOOD 1941
Carnegie Institute of Technology, B.A.g Di-
rector of Music, Bandg Girls' Chorusg Mixed
Praftirc is ilu' ber! of all inrlrurtors.
CLEON HALLAM 1926
Washington and Jefferson College, B.A., M.A.g
University of Pittsburgh, Advisor of Olym-
pus Staff: Advisor of Senior Hi-YQ Com-
mercial Geographyg Problems of Democracy.
I halvr Il hrart fwith room for ffvr-ry joy.
HENRY HOOTMAN 1945
Washington and jefferson College, B.S.g
Graduate work, VVashington and jefferson
Collegeg General Scienceg Senior Science.
:ln honrst man's sword is as good as his bonfi.
MRS. FRANCES I-IUFFMAN 1943 f ' X
Indiana State Teacher's College, B.S.q Gradu-
ate work, Waynesburg Collegeg Olympus I
Stalig Advisor of Commercial Clubg Advisor C
of junior Girl Reservesg Shorthand, Typing. , H
Ulm thing is for1'fv1'r goodf that om' lhing is -' 1 1
surfrss. f,,'f L1 '
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BERT M. ISENBERG 1946 4 K ll
VVashingt0n and jefferson College, B.A.1 -"gf
Advisor of Hillerg Advisor of Rifle Club:
Thr' history of tha' prwss is Journalism.
MRS. HELENE lVIcCARRELL 1944
VVaynesburg College, Graduate work, VVay-
' neshurg Collegeg Algebrag Commercial Ge-
. K . ography.
Nil .411 rxvrllnzt things are as nice as they arf' rare.
CHARLES M. MCCLELLAND 19-16
Pennsylvania State Collegeg Advisor of
Freshman Classg Advisor of Sophomore
F.F.A.g Advisor of Camera Cluhg Agricul-
tureg Ag. Shopg Vocational Science.
He -who owns the soil ofwns up to the sky.
MRS. MARY MANSBERGER 1946
Wayneshurg College, B.A.3 French.
What fwisdom mn you find that is grratfr than
A MRS. JOHN C. MELOY 1946
Bucknell University, B.A.g English.
IVhat is lovely ne-vm' dies, hut passrs into olhvr
MRS. WILMA S. MITCHELL 1942
Waynesburg College, B.A., Graduate work,
University of Pittsburgh, VVashington and
jefferson College, Advisor of junior Girl
Reservesg Elementary Algebrag Civics.
Gfnllr in mannrr, frm in rrality.
JAMES A. MONIGER
Washington and jefferson College, B.S.q
Graduate work, Washington and jefferson
Collegeg Advisor of junior Class, Baseball
coach, VVrestling coach, Advisor of junior
Good judgrmfnt in all things makrs lifr intrr-
W. C. MOORE 1945
California State Teacher's College, Gradu-
ate work, University of Pittsburghg Assistant
Football Coachg Assistant Basketball coachg
Advisor of Sophomore Class, Civiosg Penn-
! . sylvania History.
.-SY'-F H .4 rf-al .eport in tllf z'1a.v.froon1 and an tlzr firl.I.
MRS. KATHRYN M. MURRAY
Washington Seminary, Westminster College,
B.A., Advisor of Commercial Clubg Advisor
of junior Class, Bookkeeping, Typingg
Junior Business Training.
Rrrnrmlffr this-I'fry littlr Lf nfrdwd to makf
a happy liff.
e FACULTY of 1941
EMILY E. MYERS 1936
University of Pittsburgh, B.A., Graduate
work, VVashington and jefferson Collegeg
Advisor of Sophomore Classg English.
Hoarsly is -valufd hiylfrr than I'il'1lI'.Y. ff ,
RUTH A. MYERS 1941 'ff f
Muskingum College, B.A.g Graduate work,
Muskingum College, University of Pittsburgh,
Advisor of Freshman Classg Advisor of
Senior Girl Reserves, Librariang English.
Q7 ran' rarnbination af Ienofwlrdgz' and pfrrorz-
MRS. ROBERT W. SMITH 1942
Westminster College, B.S.g Graduate work,
Washington and jefferson Collegeg Advisor
of Go-To-College Club, Elementary Algebra,
Dignity is ll rfmarkahlf fvirluf.
MRS. MARGARET SPRIGGS 1933
Geneva College, B.A.g Graduate work, Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State
Collegeg Advisor of S.P.Q.R. Latin Clubg
Advisor of Camera Club, Latin.
.4 politr and gfnlln -word bring: joy to olhrrs. '
SHIRLEY L. TANNER 1945
Grove City College, B.S.g Advisor of Cheer-
leaders, Advisor of Magazine Campaign,
Advisor of Commercial Clubg Commercial
Law, Typing, Business Englishg Salesman-
Laughing ryfs and a frifndly fvoirr hzwf a
Jparklz' of happinzxrs.
J. HOWARD WILSON 1933
Thiel College, B.S.g Graduate work, VVasln-
ington and jefferson College, Olympus Staff:
Thr knofwlfdgr' of lifr' is unronqufrahlf.
MRS. MEXA ROBERTS 1946
Cooking har brromr' an ar! and ll noblf .vri1'rzu'
C. WERNER GAYVERT 1931
Supervisor of building and grounds.
Hr tllzal is I1 frifnd indrrd, is rr-ally a frirmi
ln time of nrrd.
MISS MARTHA MONINGER
Pennsylvania College for Women, University
At the beginning of the second semester Miss
Moninger joined our staff in the capacity
of instructor in Latin, substituting for Mrs.
J hrlpful Izumi if alfwayx fwrlrollzr.
Our Student Teachers
VVe are proud of Norman Allison, Joseph
Cheshure, VVilliam Couchenour, John Hood,
Raymond Tucker, Jr. and Robert VVilson, six
students from VVashington and Jefferson College
who honored Trinity as their training center.
Bark Rofw, left to right: R. CHESHURE, CoeHANo-UR, Hoon.
Front Row, left to rzghl: ALLISON, TUCKER, WILSON.
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R. JAMES PODBOY Jim
Class Officer 3, 45 Olympus Staff 3, 43 Hiller
Staff 3g Home Room Officer 45 Science Club
3, 4, Camera Club 43 S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2,
Senior Play 45 May Day 4.
Words arf too fcfw to vxplain
The amount of good hz? has hflpcd us gain.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
One fine autumn day in the year 1943, the clamor of many feet was heard in the
halls of Trinity. Overwhelmed and astonished, the faculty peeked out of their doors
and saw the 290 Freshmen, who in four short years would be the graduating class
of 1947. The following people were elected as our Freshman class leaders:
Prcsidnnt ....... ..... VS 'ILLIAM OLIVERIO
I'irf-Przfsidfnt ..... ........... S AM GALLO
Srcrftary ..,........,,.... .............. J ANIE MCCLURE
Trf'a.rurz'r ............................... ROBERT VVILSON
,4dfvi,vor.v ...... MRS. MARY ALLISON, MR. JAY LONGDON
VVe entered our Sophomore year still carefree and happy but with a little more
dignity. VVe got busy, and quickly organized. As class ofiicers we selected:
Pr1'.vidz'nt ....... . ....... JOHN TOMSIC
Vice-Prmvidr-nt .... ........ R EED FARABEE
Sfcrrtary ..... ..... F RANCES ASHMORE
Trfayurnx . . ...... ROBERT VVILSON
Finding new advisors necessary, we elected " ' ' ' '
Miss Jennie Ferralli and Mr. Milton Decker
who continued to give us their invaluable assist-
ance through the rest of our stay at Trinity.
A class party and a tea dance were the main
events of our Sophomore year.
i AJESSIE ELLEN BURCH Jess
Librarian 2, 3, 43 Library Club Oflicer 3, 43
Home Room Officer 1, 23 Class Ofiicer -I-3
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4g Girl Reserve Ofiicer
23 Go-To-College Club Officer 43 Go-Tn-
College Club 3, 45 Camera Club 4g Camera
Club Officer 4, Commercial Club 3, 43 Com-
mercial Club Ofiicer 45 Hiller Staff 33 Olym-
pus Staff 4g Honor Attendant 4-g Usher 4.
Jmsir has a pretty smile
And .rhr 'wears it all the fwhilc.
ROBERT J. LAWTON Hob
Class Officer 4, Home Room Officer 3, 4:
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Student Patrol 3, 4, Band Officer 3, 43
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 25 Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Olympus Staff 3, 45 Hiller Staff 3, Science
Club 3, 45 Moniter 4, Senior Play 4.
Mr. Fun would suit him fwell,
To knofw him is really xiwell.
We really went places during our Junior year. We edited the "Hiller,', held the
Junior Dance and a class party. The climax of the year was the Prom called the
As officers for our Junior year we chose:
President .................... ..... J OHN VERDERBER
Vice-President . . . ........ JAMES PODBOY
Serretary ....... ............. R UTH ELLIS
Treaiurer ............... ........ D OROTHY SKOWVRON
At last, we have reached the last lap of our journey. VVe are now Seniors. Our
goal, that of graduation, is finally reached.
To lead the class in many activities, we selected:
Prerldenl ......... ........ J AMES PODBOY
Vice-President . . . ..... ROBERT LAWTON
Sl'Cl'e'ltlI'y ...... ..... J ESSIE BURCH
Trearurer .... ........................ S AM KREEDY
- ,A ,J ,x ,Q ' The Senior Dance, and the Senior play, "Life
of the Party," were both very successful. '
With the Senior party, Commencement Dance
and all the graduation exercises over, we leave
the halls of Trinity to become Alumni. It is
certain that in the future We shall- lopk back upon
these years as the happiest days in' 'our lives.
SAMUEL R. REEDY Sam
Hi-Y 1, 2, 45 Science Club 45 Hiller Stall 3:
Olympus Staff 3g Class Officer 4g Student
Patrol 43 Senior Play 45 Burbank High
He'.r an all-around fellow in every phase,
Dererwing of the highest praise.
Ruth Irene Adams
Cafeteria Club 2, 3, Cafeteria Club
OH-icer 2, 31 Girl Reserves 1.
In the Cafeteria Ruth does fwork,
At any task she does not shirk.
Donald Reed Andrew Lum
Navyg Basic training, Sampson, N.
Y. Served aboard Destroyer Escort
U.S.S. Alger-101-Atlantic. Later
transferred to Submarine Base, New
London, Conn. Discharged as 3rd
Class Storekeeper. Served 27 months
in Navy. Home Room Officer 4g
President of Home Room Ofhcers 4.
Reed hails from out Amity Away,
A wonderful guy, -we all twill say.
Juanita L. Balser Shorty
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 23 Camera Club 4,
Librarian 45 Basketball, Office Girl
45 Science Club.,3, 4.
Juanita has a charming fway,
That is -what fwe all fwill say.
Colleen May Barbour Col
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Home Room
Officer 1, 3, Hiller Staff 33 Oflice
Girl 45 Usher 4.
A pleasant girl fwe all knofw,
We dont' think she has a foe.
Ruth Evelyn Ames
Baske lg Cafteteria 4.
Ruth is ii Veindly gal,
To us she'll al ' b, pal.
Ronald D. Anthony Ron
He is such a little guy,
But so mightyj llly, oh My!
Anna Elizabeth Apache Annie
Commercial Club 3, -l-Q Librarian 2,
3, 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Mixed
Chorus 2, 33 Home Room Officer
2, 3, Girls Reserves 1, 2, 3, -lg
Basketball 1, 2.
A good steno she'll be making
For lhat's the course she is taking.
Frances L. Ashmore Fran
S.P.Q.R. 1, 2g Girls' Chorus 11
Class Oflicer 23 Science Club 3, 43
Band 3, 4, Home Room Oflicer 2, 33
Basketball 1, 2, 4, Transfered to
Loyal 'was Fran to Trinity,
And erver in our hearts she'll be.
Arthur Bannister Banny
Football 1, 2, 3, -l-g Basketball 2, 3,
-1-3 Science Club 43 Baseball 45
Track 1, 2, 33 Senior Hi-Y 43 May
Day 33 Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 33
Senior Play 4.
For the girls he does go,
With the help of Umbriago.
Jack D. Barnhart Barney
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football Man-
ager 3g Hi-Y 1, 2, 43 Student Pa-
trol 4-g Science Club 3.
An athletic coach he fwill make,
life hope he gets it for his sake.
Helen Ruth Armstrong Army
Cheerleader 2, 3, -lg Commercial
Club 3, 4, Commercial Club Officer
+3 Librarian 13 Girl Reserves 1, 2,
3, 4, Varsity Club 2, Basketball 1,
2, +3 Hiller Staff SQ Olympus Staff
3, 4, Home Room Oflicer 1, 3, 4-g
Senior Play +5 Spirit of Beauty 4.
Hair lhat's blonde and a smile that's
To knofw her is a pleasure, -we all
Thomas Andrew Backner Buck
Football 1, 21 Served in Army,
Southwest Pacilicg Assistant Base-
ball Coach '+6g Science Club Ofli-
cer, Rifie Clubg Home Room Of-
Baseball is his favorite sport,
And probably a girl i nefvery port.
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Ella Louise Benedict Weasle
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4.
Ella nmfrr says a sword,
Quiet as a littlr bird.
You'd nmfrr knofw that hr is hcrr,
'Tzl you sn' that grin from rar to far.
Brainard Batson Bob
Football 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4g
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Home Room Officer
1, 2, 35 Hi-Y Officer 2, 45 Track 3:
May Day Senior Attendant.
Bah is a furry athlrtif hay,
Fillrn' to rxfrss with hralth and joy.
Pearl J. Bednargki Pep
3 Basketball 1, Home EC. Club 1, 25
Hiller Staff 33 Cafeteria Club 4g
Camera Club 4.
Pearl has than nirlznamz' "Pr-11",
Brcause sho is so fvfry hop.
Jane Bennett ' Jane
Airways as kind as sho can hr,
She's the girl for you and mf.
Margaret Bricker Maggie
Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Otlicer 4g
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, 43
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club
Oliicer 39 Hiller Staff 3g Camera
Club 43 Orchestra 23 Librarian 2,
3, 4, Oflicer 43 May Day 3, Maid of
Honor 45 Magazine Campaign 4.
Maggie, fwho much charm does possrss,
ls a true spirit of hflpfulness.
Edna Irene Brock Shorty
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4g Oliice Girl
4, Camera Club 4.
A famous artist'shc fwill hr,
If you don't belmve it, fwait and sff.
Richard Burchell Dick
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, s.P.Q.R. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y 1, 2, 43 Hiller Staff 3g Science
Club 3, 43 Student Patrol 4g Mon-
Dirk may be a little short,
But h1"ll allways hr a good sport.
Donald Paul Bedillion Don
U. S. Army, 22 months, European
Theatre, 2 Battle Stars, Presidential
Citation, E.T.O.g Campaign Medal.
Don fwas afway for quitf a fwhilr,
lf'!',l'I' glad to sn' him with a srnllr.
Harry Beecham Fitch
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4g Olympus Staff
3, 4, Hiller Staff 35 Home Room
Oflicer 45 Hi-Y 4.
Harry lilzfs to kid a lot, i
Alt timrs hc puts us on thf spot
Edward Brooks Red
Football 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 41 Home
Room Oflicer 2, 3.
Rrd fwas sfrn on the foothall hz-ld
And to thi' for he -would not yield.
Dorothy Buchanan Dot
Home Economics 23 Cafeteria Club
Srhoolltrarhirzg is hfr futurr,
She 'will obtain rrhnemfnt and rulturr.
Dorothy Elizabeth Byers Dot
Home Economics Club 13 Girls'
Chorus 1, 23 Commercial Club 3, 43
Dot will ha-'ue a pleasant life,
She'll make someone a wonderful wife.
Arthur Chivers Artie
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43
Science Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Rifle
Not a rare in the world has he,
Happy-go-lurk? as he ran he.
Frank Craig Frankie
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4.
He'll rebuild the world some day,
From what he's learning in F.F.A.
Betty Crile Janie
Commercial Club 3, 43 Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, 43 Hiller Staff 33
Usher 43 Home Room Othcer 23
Camera Club 4. A
In her gang she does rate
And for her they will always wait.
Lauretta I. Caldwell
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Hiller Staff
33 Basketball 4.
She is happy all the time,
With her things are always fine.
Football 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43
Track 3, 4.
Carl is so fvery tall
And he likes his haslaethall.
.Iames Earl Clayton Jim
Model Airplane Club 13 Hi-Y 1, 2,
3, 43 Home Room Officer 33 Hi-Y
Oflicer 43 Science Club 43 Science
Club Otlicer 43 Rifle Club 4.
A good natured boy is Jim,
What would we ever do without him?
Rose Collis Rose
Hiller Staff 3.
Short and sweet
find Oh! so neat!
Mildred Crawford Midge
Basketball Z, 4.
Sh-e is one of our. tall slender girls,
Did you river notiee her pretty eurls?
James W. Crowe Jim
Boys' Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 2, 33
Home Room Otlicer 23 Wrestling 43
Student Patrol 4.
Jim Crow will do the town,
Especially if there's misehief around.
Glenna Cole Glenn
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3 4, Officer 23
Go-To-College Club 3, 43 Girls'
Chorus 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43
Girls 'Senior Sextet 3, 43 Librarian
2, 33 Olympus Stal? 3, 43 Hiller
Staff 33 Librarian Oflicer 33 S.P.Q.
R. Club 1, 23 Home Room Oflicer
2, 33 Otlice Girl 43 Senior Trio 43
May Day Spirit of Poise 4.
We think she'll sing her way through
.find manage to eonquer efuery strife.
Guy Cornell Cornell
Football Manager 13 Football 2, 3,
43 U. S, Navy 20 months.
Guy says he is a woman hater,
But we shall see a little later.
Alfred Davidson Casey
Carry har a plrasani 'way,.
Hr' .mon 'will find that it 'will pay.
Reed Day H
Rz'1'd': solr' ambition is to go to rollagr,
.4t Trinity h1"s gfttzng a foundation
Lucius Crumrine Lush
Band 1, 2, 3 45 Boys' Chorus lg
Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 4g
l'li.Y Ofhcer 2g S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2,
Home Room Oflicer 35 Student Patrol
4, Science Club 3.
Lurius likfx to hafvz' somz' fun,
XInd.ir usually on thx' run.
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Margaret K. Curry Peggy
Home Economics Club 1, 23 Home
Economics Oiiicer 23 Cafeteria Club
4, Cafeteria Officer 4.
Peg is a blonde -'wa' all kno-w,
On to bfautirian srhool :hr will gn.
Lois Jean Davis
Oflice Girl 43 Basketball 1, 2, 4.
Loi: 'with har prnfty black rurls
IJ oftrn :Mn 'with thr Taylorxiofwn
Carl Mitchell Delost Tuff y
U. S. Army Air Force 2 years, Gun-
ner on B-24 U S. and Hawaii.
Tuffy Jnrfwd in thx' Army Air Fora'
.find is really a .vrwrll guy, ofrourse.
Frank Delost Barber
Cannoneer in U. S. Armyg served
ZZ years overseas, General Me-
chanic, Served in New Guinea,
New Britain, Philippinesg Dis-
charged on january 4, 1946.
Frank is from the grrat Strabane,
But fwill never br' .wan in L0'UI'f'.f Lana.
Margaret Derrow Peggy
West Bethlehem lg Girls' Chorus
lg Ofiice Girl 4. Q
Margaret doz'.m'j haivr' a rarf,
'Wha'?rwrr ghe dork, :hr fwill share.
Betty Cumberledge Brownie
Girl Reserves 1, 2.
Batty is frirndly and very kind,
Girls lihr' hrr arf' hard to had.
G. Eileen Danley Eileen
Girl Reserves 1 2, 3 45 Home Room
Oflicer 1 2, Usher 4, May Day 3,
Beginners Girls' Chorus 4g Olym-
pus Staff 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 4.
Eilrrn has a lofvfly farr,
Whirh addr to har rharm and grarr.
Lucille Delost Red
Canonsburg 1, 23 Commercial Club
3, 4, Girl Reserves 4g Go-To-Col-
lege Club 4, Home Room OHicer
1, 2, 3, 43 Olympus Staff 41 Hiller
Staff 3g Senior Play 43 May Day
Spirit of Loyalty 4.
PV1' plan' Lury in thr brautirian rate-
gof-V . .
.find har red ha1r is her rrofwning
Frank Dicks Curly
Football 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 33 Science
Cluh 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Rifle Club 4.
Hi: first thru' yrarr hr' was in Ihr' band
Bu! on thx' football squad hz' did land.
Stewart Dille Dille
Morris High School 13 Science
H'.r pleasant, hr's nifr, hr'.r Il lot of fun
Many a hz-art at srhool hr has -won.
Maxine Dopler Dopey
Girls' Chorus 1, Z, 3, 43 Mixed
Chorus 3, 43 Go-To-College Club
3, 43 Girl Reserves -I-3 Science Club
43 S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2.
An honor student rhe'l1 alfways hr,
When .fha goo.: to rollfgf, fwail and srf.
David Farrer Dave
Science Club 3, 4-3 Student Patrol 43
Directing trafir in Ihr hall,
Hr is alfway: on the hall.
Sam Gallo Gal
Class Ofiicer 13 Home Room Oliicer
l, 2, 3.
Donn? he ha-'ue pretty -wavy hair?
It raurex all the girls to stare.
Pauline Dolan Snookie
Majorette 2 33 Head Majorette +3
Basketball 1 2 43 Science Club 43
Hiller Staff 3.
14 rfwrft littlr' rrd-hfad ir Snookir
Undrr hfr l1'adrr.rhip Ihr' hand hfpl
Pearl Elizabeth Dunkle i Pearl
Band 2, 3, 43 Cafeteria Club 43
Hiller Staff 3.
The girl with a prolly farf, is sllr,
An ahlz' hoohheepm' .rho fwill hr.
Harold Dunn Pete
Swing your partner round and round,
For a square dance hz' is hound.
Ruth Ellis Ruthie
Class OH-icer 33 Hiller Stal? 33 Li-
hrarian 3, 43 Librarian Ofiicer 33
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 23 Olympus Stafi
3, 43 Home Room Oflicer 2, 43 Com-
mercial Club 3, 43 Basketball 13
Go-To-College Club 43 May Day
33 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Office
Girl 43 Usher 43 Beginner Girls'
Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 23 May
Day Spirit of Trinity 4.
A .rfwz-fter girl can not be found,
ll'.f a plrarurr to haw' hfr around.
Doris McFadden Fullom Tucky
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 23 Girl Reserves
33 Band 1, 23 Go-To-College Club
Doris Fullom is nirr to all,
For .como niff guy, fwr hopr .fl1f'll fall.
Mary Grace Gesualdi Grace
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 33 Hiller
Staff 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Posters
Mary Graff has talent for danring
Both, -whirh :hr lofvfs fwilh all hrr
Eldora Ealy Dorie
Rogersville High School 1, 2.
Dorif has prrronality plus,
Ware glad she :will graduate :with ur.
Betty Jean Engle Betty
Commercial Club 3, 43 Home Room
, 23 Beginner Girls' Chorus
1' ' e Chofus 2 3, 4' Usher 43
ceEG1?ldi'3'7 Gi-rlfihaseryes 1, 2, 3,
43 Librarian 33 Senior Se'xtet 43
Senior Play 4.
W'ithout Sam .fhz"s seldom Jrfn,
Thix combination is really horn.
, , f-.f .Q
Eva Lynn Gontz Eve
Home Room Officer 1, 2.
This swfft sugar gal,
Is lo all a rral pal.
Ola Mae Gray Creampuh'
Science Club, Wash High 1.
Ola Mar is another lass
That ls a mfr mrmlzfr of our rlass.
Donald U. Gettig Don
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 45 Rifle
Club 45 Home Room Officer 15
Science Club 3.
Don has many types of fun,
Shipping study hall is his frworitr' onr.
Norma Gibson Corkey
Home Room Officer 1, 25 Home Ec-
onomics Club Officer 15 Girl Re-
serves 3, 45 Hiller Staff 35 Usher
45 Gym Ofiice 45 May Day Page 4.
Norma is lzind and small,
Har hfart is gold, though shi' isn'l tall.
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Varsity Clubg
Home Room Officer 1, 25 Hiller
Staff 35 Gym Office 45 Usher 45
Girls' Chorus 45 President of T-
Whrn you nrrd a frifnd around,
Ailrfn alfways can hz' found.
' J ' 15
Geradline Guhlirie H Gerry
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 137,41 Commercial
Club 3, 45 Go-To-College Club 3, 4,
Secretary 45-Camera lub 45 Home
Room Officer 25 Hiller taff 35 Band
2, 3, 4, s.P.Q.R. Club .
Gfrry -with her friendly smile
Dors things that are fworth fwhilr.
Elsie Jane Hall Elsie
Girl Reserves 35 Cafeteria Club 45
Home Economics Club 2.
Nia' to lenolw, nice Io see,
fflfways fwilling to agree.
Wilma Jeanne Hatfield Daisy
Girl Reserves 45 Science Club 3, 45
Band 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Mixed
A niffr girl you ran nz-wrr find,
To onr and all sh1"s Avery kind.
Joe Giacometti Joe
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
,4 srrious-mindrd boy is Jor,
Bui hr' has his fun, fwf knafw.
Patricia A. Georgianni Patty
Basketball 2, 45 Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, 45 Ofiicer 45 Home Room Ofh-
cer 25 Home Economics Club l, 23
Home Economics Secretary 2.
Thr -'wrdding hrlls in Junf fwill chimf,
Patty has pirkfd a suitablr timr.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
To farm Ihr rolling lands,
For this hr has grrat plans.
Roy Ernest Harden Puppy
Ex-G.l.5 Navy 18 months5 Hi-Y 2,
Rny's 1-yrs arf on a pretty lass,
ff mfmlzfr of tha Sfnivr Class.
Kenneth Dwight Headley Kenny
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Camera Club 45 Home Room Oliicer
1, 2, 3, 45 Monitor 45 May Day 35
Science Club 3, 45 S.P.Q.R. 1, 25
Hiller Stal? 35 Baseball 3, 45
Olympus Stal? 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 45
Band OHicer5 Student Council 4.
Ha has the girls on thc run,
Hr lilerr to laugh and haw' his fun.
Cloteel M. Hood N, J Clo
Q, i Commercial
M3j0fetfer2, 3, Gl1'lS' Cl10I'LlS
1, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Basketball
Team 2, 45 Girl Reserves 3.
With hair of hrziriun and ryrs of blur,
Clo allways has Il .vmilf for you.
Betty Jacobs Lou
Girl Reserves 1, 45 Basketball 1,
In .rtylr .vh1".v thz' hfsl,
You'll alfways rrr hm' nfally drfrrrd.
Frances Catherine Jaworski Fran
Home Economics Club 1, 2.
Friendly and so quirl,
Fran fwould he Ihr' lar! to start I1 riot,
.lane Hodgensx KVVJ Janie
Girls' Chorus 1, 25 S.P,Q.R. 1, 25
Home Room Ofhcer 25 Science Club
3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 4.
Wilh fri:-ndly fwordr that flofw 'with
Jana is al-ways Lwilling lo plrasr.
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Advance Chorus 45
Beginners' Chorus 15 Gym Office
45 Beginning Band 25 Hiller Staff 3.
In .rrfvrnlh period gym, among. thr moh
You'll find Ifvagfnr on thi' Joh.
Thelma Houston Thelma
Home Room Officer 1, 3, 45 Girls'
Chorus 15 Usher 45 Girl Reserves
1, 2, 45 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus 45
Camera Club 45 Gym Ofhce 4.
To .wt the .vtyler -was Thelma? aim
And .ro ,rhe did and fwon her fame.
Richard Hudak Rit
Ri! is Il friendly guy,
Onr' of thf hart at Trinity High.
Mildred J anovich Sis
Majorette 3, 45 Varsity Club Home
EC. Oflicer 1, 25 Home Room Oflicer
1, 25 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus Stal?
45 May Day Spirit of Personality 4.
.4 fharming girl is Sis,
For prrronaliiy .rhf ran'l hz' mirxrd.
David W. Johnson Dave
Track 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 45 Base-
In athlrtifs hr'.r a whiz,
Thr' Iypr' fo parx any quiz.
v 1 f
Edith Hutter Hutter
Xi i Academic
West Bethlehem 1, YZ, 35 Basketball
45 Girl Reserves 4.
A new addition to our dass.
Thi: friend and lileeahlf la.r.f.
Estella Irey Red
Bentleyville High School 2, 35 Girl
Reserves 1, 45 Camera Club 45
Science Club 45 Girls',Chorus 3.
A frifnd Ihr? is to everyone,
All our fafuor :he has fwon.
Donald W. Kimberland Don
Home Room Officer lg Senior Hi-Y
3, 43 Student Patrol 3, 43 Band 1, 2,
3, 43 Wrestling 4, Science Club 3,
43 Monitor 4.
Full of misrhiff and vfry gay,
Some of thfsr days h1"ll hz' on his fway.
vi f!-1,4 1" ,f
Anna Marie Klick Toots
Cafeteria Club 4, Oflicer 4, Home
Room Oflicer l, 2, Home Economics
Club 1, 2.
No 'hnrr frirnd haw' fwz' hnofwn,
Our frirndlinfss to hrr has grofwn.
James Johnson Brother Mills
Football 1, Manager Assistant.
A quiet littlr lad is hr,
But nifr as anyonr' fan hr.
Chester Kaminski Chet
Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4-Q
Track 2, 3, Baseball 3, 45 Home
Room Ollicer 2, 3g Chartiers High
Chet, the favorite of the class,
Is named "handsome" by o-'very lass.
Thomas King i + Tom
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, Science
Club 4, Science Club Ollicer 43
Track 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 4.
Tom is a handsome boy,
I1r's Ihr S1-niors' pridr and joy.
Jacob Kocian Ed
Basketball 3, 4.
Ed is the athletic typr,
Whrn things go -wrong, hr newer
Anna Kruczek Annie
Hiller Stall 33 Basketball 4.
Annie has a smiling face,
In this world she'll find her place.
John Laird Cuz
Band 2 ,3, 4.
Hr has a 'way with tho gals
.find is surfly liked hy all his pals.
Louise Jones Duke
Girl Reserves 1, Band l, 2, 3, 4,
S.P.Q.R. 2, 3, Science Club 4.
A happy girl shr fwill hr,
To Ihr door of surfrss shr' has Ihr hry.
Dolores June Kidder Doe
Girls Chorus lg Girl Reserves 2,
3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 43 Hiller
Doc's rather shy, hut sfwrrt,
Airways looking furry nral.
Marjorie Ann Kuzy Margie
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Go-To-
College Club 43 Usher 4, Basket-
A light-haired miss, you'll agrrf,
Is furry mfr fompany.
Dorothy M. Lamp Lamplighter
Girls' Chorus 4, Oliice Girl 4:
Girl Reserves 3.
Tha' girl fwilh tho ruff' liltlr dimples,
For Trinity sho has donr' a lol.
of 19 7
Margaret Landrey Maggie
Girl Reserves 1, 2 3, 45 Go-To-
College Club 3, 45 Go-To-College
Club Oflicer 45 Commercial Club
3, 45 Commercial Club Officer 45
Usher 45 Hiller Stal? 35 Home Room
Officer 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45
Oflice Girl 45 Senior Sextette 4.
Sfweft and friendly is this miss,
To talk to har, you ran't rrslsl.
Fredda Lewis Freddi
Home Economics Club 1, 2.
Sha 'with a frirndly smilr,
Srrfms happy all thf fwhilf.
William'S. McBurnie Bill
West Bethlehem 1, 2, 35 Football
1, 2, 35 U. S. Navy 2 years.
Bill, a sailor homr from llII'.5l'll,
Has marrzrd a lass from Trlnzty.
Robert McCrerey Bob
F.F.A. 2, 3, 4.
A mfmbm' of the F.F..4.,
.4 good farmrr h1"ll lm soma day.
Virginia R. Larkin Ginny
Band 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45
Hiller Staff 3.
Rafhrr Short--but Oh! Hofw sfwfrl,
To fall' lo har is rfally a frral.
Florence Lloyd -I ' Flossie
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 25
Hiller Staff 35 Librarian 35 Camera
A friend to all,
Alt anyonrfs call.
Kenneth Dale Lyle Dale
Home Room Officer 1, 25 Science
Qlub 3, 45 Student Patrol 45 Mon-
On patrol you :will sm,
Dalr' as happy as can lm.
Patricia Montgomery McBurnie Pat
Hiller 35 Girl Reserves 35 Home
Economics Club 15 Home Room
Thr fwfdding fuofws shi: has taken,
find a good fwifr' shn 15 male'1n.
Ellen Jane McClure Janie
Class Officer 15 Home Room Oflicer
2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Commercial
Club 3 45 Hiller Staff 35 Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 35 Majorette 2, 3.
Janir fwilh thr' dark brofwn hair
Is so nrat and furry fair.
Clyde Allen McFall Mac
Home Room Oliicer 45 U. S. Navy
Alfways sffrns io hr' dflirious,
lVI"L'I'I' has u momfnt to hr serious.
James McBride Jim
Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Rifle Club 4.
Full of fun and mischief, too,
Ji1n's tha typo to make it hrrfw.
Violet McBurnie Vi
Senior Girl Reserves 45 Home
Economics Club 1.
Shi' must he of the grnius kind, '
For in her lessons sho 15 newer bfhzml.
Ruth Macky Mac
S.P.Q.R. 1, 23 Home Nursing 15
Band 2, Science Club 3, 4, Senior
Girl Reserves 4.
With hrr hair and ryrs of hroswn
Sho -will mahf frirnds in rfvfry lofwn.
Ralph F. Manrow Ralph
Hi-Y 1 2, 3, 4g Track 3, Football
23 Home Room OH'icer 1, 2 33
Science Club 43 Rifle Club 45 Model
Airplane Club 4.
fl boy with dark rurly hair,
For lessons hr dafsfft sfrm to Carr.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4.
Keith hasn't much to say,
But hc'll succeed in his fway.
Dofothy McQuay Dot
Home'Room Oflicer 1, 33 Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserve Oliicer
22 Majorette 3, 45 Hiller Stall 3,
May Day 43
Spirit of Wisdom
Senior Playg Olympus Staff 4.
Pretty rye: and blond hair
Arr' the reasons the boys starr.
Amelia Magdon Molly
Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Home
Room Officer 1, 2, 3, Majorette 3,
4g Hiller Stall 3.
Sfwrft and -wondfrful, that fwr knofw,
Her tfwinkling ryrs fwlth friendship
Lois Mansfield Lois
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
.4 rharming glram is in hrr fyfs,
Shr' has a smzlr that nwrr dzrs.
Walter Maslik Babe
Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 3, Home
Room Officer 2, Baseball 4.
A ivory quick semor, who is not -wry
He's fwon his fame, playing basketball.
Donald Mefford Lefty
Jeanne E. McKahan Jean
Home Room OH'icer 1, 2, 33 Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, President, 2, Girls'
Chorus lg Flag Twirler 3, 43 Li-
brarian 3, 43 Girls' Basketball 43
Olympus Stall 3, 4, junior Paper
Stall 3, May Queen 4.
.loan has quality, noblf and trur,
Always loyal to Whitt and Blur.
Elizabeth Mary Machacek Betty
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, S.P.Q.R. Club
1, 2,3 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Advanced
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Science
Club 3, 49 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Hiller
To frirndship Brtty has thc kry,
To this fsvrryonr fwill agrrr.
William Calvin Matthews Curly
F.F.A. 13 Science Club 3.
Cal is a boy fwith curly hair,
Whfn it comps to recitation hz"s
No an Me A Red
General N Ban 1, 2, 3 43 Mixed Chorus 2,
Basketball 3, 4.
Lefty is quite a lzartdsumc guy,
To talk to gzrls he 1sn't shy.
, 43 Student Patrol 4.
His hair is what you fall rrd,
In music he fwzll gwt ahrail.
Norma Jean Meloy Jeanie
S. P. Q. R. Cl , Z' Commercial
Club 3, 45 - o e e Club 43
UsherA4-3 ed us 4, Hiller
St ' G'rl rves , 2, 3, 4,
GI . iw, Olympus Staff 4.
Her ispositi is always gay.
Sha is pleasant all through the day.
Hillis Murray Squeeks
Science Club 4, Rifle Club 4.
Squrfhs with his light hrolwn hair,
Is furry popular 'with tha ladias fair.
Charles Elmer Olinger, Jr. Chuck
Student Patrol 4.
Chuck is the boy who likrs to tfasn
Esvery pretty girl hr scfs.
James Opatt Jim
Through sunshine and rain
He's allways the samf.
Marie Miller April
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed
Chorus 1, 23 Advanced Chorus 1, 2.
Maria is a singer sweat,
Har jim' .ringing can't hr' hrat.
John Myrgo Johnny
Science Club 3, 4.
Shy and quirt as a hird,
Oftrn sfnn but seldom heard.
Stella Nawoj Stush
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec-
onomics Officer 1 2g Basketball lg
Basketball Referee 4.
If you'rf .waking a friendly girl in thf
Just loolz for "Stush", shr's surely tht'
Margie Novak Marge
Baldwin High School 33 Home
Room Officer Ig Girls' Chorus 25
Home Economics 3.
With prrtty ryfs and rurly hair,
Sh1"s alfways happy 1'-vrryfwlzrrzx
Paul Onopuik Paul
Student Patrol 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43
Science Club 3, 4, Wrestling 45
You fwouldn't hnofw hr fwas around.
.4lfways smiles and nfrvfr fro-wns.
Lydia Osborne Lydia
Lydia is quiet and polite,
But she is sure to make out all right.
Pete Nodianos Nodi
U. S. Navy 21 months, Football 3,
45 Track 1, 2, 33 Science Club 4,
Science Club Ofhcer 45 Home Room
Petr fwith his dark curly hair
Has fwon many a mazdrn fair.
Helen Ann Olesky Helen
Girl Reserves 1, Z, 3, 45 Usher 4.
Commfrfial fworh is for mr,
This fwork Hts mr to a T.
James Patterson Pat
Science Club 4.
Jimmy is so wrry small,
But h1"s ll good fflfllzl la us all.
Bertha Pavcic ' Bert
Home Economics Club 1, Z, Senior
W1' hrar a laugh and a giyglf aloud,
IV1' knofw that B1'rtha's solnmuhrrzr in
Michael Pallaria Rip
Science Club 3.
I wary srrldom ham' much to say,
But I ham' fun the li-ve-long day.
Melvin Pallett Mel
A wary quirt boy is hr,
A hflper as ffvcryonr may srr.
Lenora Jane Patton Janie
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Room
Oflicer 1, 29 Cafeteria 43 Hiller
Staff 35 Girls' Chorus 2, Home
Economics Club 1, 2.
.4 girl namrd Jam' is shf,
And a wary fm' cook shr 'will hr.
Paul Phillips Rink
Morris Township lg Baseball 3, 4.
Hzs han' is full of many rurls,
:Ind that is what attrarts the girls.
Phyllis Eileen Phillips Phyl
Gym Oflice 4.
Shr yors around fwithoul a farf,
And hrr mrlodious laughter jills Ihr
Marian Popovich Poppie
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club
1, 23 Majorette 2, 3, 4-g Basketball
1, 2, 4, Home Room Officer 1.
Small and swrrt
Prrtty and nrat,
Dorothy Marie Pallett Dot
Hiller Stall 3, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4.
Sha goes around A-without a rare, -
Dorothy fwtih hrr dark brown hazr.
Frrmonfs onf on qchom you ran ddwnd
And many a hrlpzng hand hr"ll lend.
Walter Piatt '
Track 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 45 S.P.Q.R.
Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Senior
Hi-Y. 3, 49 Student Patrol 3, 43
Home Room Officer 4.
Waller is a rrgular guy,
And on him you can rrly.
James M. Porter Jim
United States Navy 26 months.
Jim is a tall and handsomr boy,
Ile surfly is our pridr and joy.
Jean Claire Post Jean
Science Club 3, 43 Girl Reserves 43
West Bethlehem High Schoool 1.
Cheerful and friendly lo ffoeryonr sho
She'll alfways he fwrlromr 'lUhl'I'I"Ul'I'
Helen Ritter X ' J Tex
Basketball ' 'lvReserves 2, 3, 43
Home Boo H-icer lg Camera Club
ijllfrn, a person so quiet and so sfwert,
ls a person you fwill fwant to meet.
Marian Rozner Shorty
Chartiers, High School 1, 2.
We're glad that Marian left Cliartiers,
A-Til came to us, her last tfwo years.
William Scott Bill
Home Room OH'icer 1, 2, 33 Basket-
ball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4.
Billy isn't very tall,
But he's a shark at basketball.
Clarence Reeves Pete
Football 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Rifle
Club 43 Home Room Ollicer 3, 4.
For the girls, he dors what he can,
Th11t's -why fwe eall him our ladies'
Jack Roberts Jack
Jack is as quiet as ran be
,-ind a frirml to all is hr.
Lois Roberts Lo
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Girl Re-
serves Oflicer 43 Go-To-College
Club 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43
Usher 43 Hiller Staff 33 Senior Sex-
tette 43 Senior Play 43 May Day 4.
lI'ith rurly hair and beautiful eyes,
Shes' a pirture and a prize.
John Ross Johnny
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. Oflicer 13
F.F.A. Reporter 3, 43 Science Club
Many diffrent seeds h1"s sofwn,
r-I hrttrr farmer fwf'fve nrfvfr knofwn.
Arlenna Mae Russell Arlenna
Home Economics 1, Z3 Basketball
1, 2, 43 Cafeteria 4.
Arlenna is a smilling friend,
She'll stick with you until the end.
Edward Siedlak Eddie
Science Club 4.
Serious though he seems to be,
He's quite a Joker as you fan see.
Mary Imogene Roney Jeanie
Scigice Club 3, 4. ,
Ther?" nwvrr a fro-wu and nrfuer Il
tear., .4 ' V. 7
.fll-ways ha251iy throughout the year.
Russell Roveno Rocello
If rnisrhirf is upon the list, D
You bet that Russell fwon't be missed.
Joanne Sprowls Jo
Home Room Officer 13 Beginners'
Band 13 Senior Band 2, 3.
With that ring on hm' fingrr, and in
just ll short Qllllllf, A
Joanna' will go nrarvlizng down Ihr'
David Sumney Dave
Riiie Club 43 Science Club 33 F.F.A.
1, 2, 3, 43 Band 43 Student Patrol
43 Track 23 F.F.A. OFticer 33 Home
Room Oiiicer 1, 2, 3.
Ha has hfrn awardrd the K1'y.vlrm1'
XI wondrrful futurf for him wr swf.
Theodore L. Siedlak Ted
Senior Hi-Y 43 Wrestling 43 Rilie
Club 43 Student Patrol 4.
.fl frirnd in nfrd, I
Is Il frirnd indfrd.
Thomas H. Sloan Tom
Hi-Y 1 2, 43 Science Club 3, 43
Hiller Staff 33 Olympus Staff 3, 43
Student Patrol 4.
Tom has Il rmilr' for 1'fu1'ryo111',
H1"5 wztty, too, and full of fun.
Dorothy Ann Sten V Dot
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 S.P.Q.R. Club
l, 23 Commercial Club 3, 43 Usher
4-3 Go-To-College Club 3, 43 Go-
To-College Club Oflicer 43 Home
Room Ofiicer 43 Hiller Staff 3.
Tu hr a J'f'I'l'I'lI1I'jl ir hrr aim,
lV1"r1' .furr :hr'll win Ihr ganzr.
Sylvia Arlene Sumney Sib
Commercial Club 3, 43 G0-'I'o-C0l-
lege Club 3, 43 Home Room Officer
1, 23 Hiller Stali 3.
Sylfvin with hfi' frifndly Jlllllf,
Jlways dom things worth fllfllllf.
Edith Rena Swihart Shorty
llome Economics Club 1, Z3 Ad-
vanced Girls' Chorus 3,43 Cafeteria
Edith in hfr wrry 5'lCI'l'l way
llfill mahr' II womlfrful mole ,vuln1'tl11y.
Margaret Tallarico Margie
Home Economics Club 1, 2
Margz' with hfr curly hlark hair,
Ilfill danrr' through liff ar if on air.
Dorothy Skowvron Skov
Cheerleader 3, 43 Home Room Of-
ficer l, 2, 33 Beginners Girls' Chorus
1, 23 Commercial Club 3, 43 Go-To-
College Club 43 Class Oflicer 33
Varsity Club 23 Olympus Staff 3, 43
Hiller Staff 33 Basketball 1, 43 May
Day Honor Attendant 4.
Shf did hr-r hrs! to win Trinity'.r famr,
By lrading rlzffry at any gamf.
Lois Ann Snyder Lois
Commercial Club 3, 43 Hiller Staff
33 Go-To-College Club 3, 43 Olym-
pus Staff 43 Commercial Club Of-
ficer 43 Usher 43 Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, 43 May Day 4.
.J -vfry fmififlll .rfrrrtzwy .rhr"ll hr,
.ind Jhr'll Jurrrrd-jus! wait and srr.
Harold Taggart ' Tag
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, +.
In agrirulturr "Tag" will sllinr,
lV1"rr' .turf hr-'ll ln- a farrnfr jinr.
.Iohn Tarr Popeck
Drum Major 2, 3, 43 junior Hi-Y
1, 23 Home Room Oflicer 1, 2.
With his grral sum- uf humor and
Wt' lenow fha! h1"ll malei' his lift'
of 19 7
John Tomsic Johnny
Class Ofhcer 2, Home Room OH-icer
1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball
,4 pridr and joy of thr foolhall tram,
A quartrrhark that 'wus on Ihr hmm.
John Verderber Johnny
Class President 3, Home Room Of-
ficer 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 4, Camera Club 4, S.P.Q.R.
Club 1, 2, Student Patrol 3, 4,
Hiller Staff 3, Science Club 3, 4,
Science Club Oflicer 4, Cheerleader
3, 4, Student Council 4.
No more loyal lad than hr,
Will onr find at Trinity.
Patricia Wiley Pat
Commercial Club 3, 4, Girl Re-
serves 2, 4, Hiller Staff 3, Usher
4, Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, Camera
Club 4, Senior Play 4, May Day
Spirit of Friendliness 4.
Good-naturfd, nirr, and polilr, too,
Shr mahfs an 1'xn'll1'nt frirnd for you.
Ada May Woodruff Effie
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus
1, 2, Go-To-College Club 4, Home
Room Ofiicer, Science Club 3, 4.
With her hair and ryrs of brofwn,
Shi' 'will makr' friends in rfvrry tofwn.
Alberta Van Nuffelen Bert
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, S.P.Q.R. 1,
2, Home Economics Club 1, Home
Room Oflicer 1, 2, 3, Girl Reserves
Officer 2, 4, Home Economics Club
Oflicer 1, Hiller Staff 3, Olympus
Staff 3, 4, Librarian 4, Go-To-
College Club 4, Commercial Club
3, 4, Flag Twirler 3, 4, May Day
3, 4, Camera Club 4.
Shr's an all-round girl in flvrry phasf,
IJl'5l'l'1'l71g of thf highrsl praisr.
Dorothy G. Verner Dot
Girls' Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2,
Librarian 4. I f
Wr' ser this girl, shorl and small, V L 5 X, X K Q
Walking quietly dofwn thf hall.
Robert Walker Bob
Football 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Home
Room Of'licer 3, 4.
In foothall hr ran rrally hattlr,
Hr hits 'rm so hard hr makrs 'rm
Vera Ward l Pee Wee
J 1 Academic
Librarian 2, 3 4, Girl Reserves 1,
2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Science
Club Oflicer 3, 4, Go-To-College
Club 3, 4, S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2,
Olympus Staff 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3.
.4 girl fwith a hrart and Il smilr,
Who mahrs this huhhlr' of lifr' fworth
Helen Virginia Wood Woodie
Girls, Chorus 1, 2, Girl Reserves
2, 3, 4.
Of all thr hoys fwhom Hrlrn has mrt,
Waynr is tops-it's safe to hrl.
John Wright Fuzz
Band 2, 3, 4, Band Oflicer 4, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Home Room Ofiicer
Johnny ran rrally play a rlarinet,
44nd hr fan always ,ht in any set.
Thomas Jefferson Walker Tom
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, +1 F.F.A. oaaeef 3, 4,
Science Club 3, Hi-Y 4.
fl qfrry handsomf rrd ll!llI'1'd'- guy,
Ilfho ratrhrs rfvrry young g1rl's ryr.
John Wardle Jack
fllfways laughing and Avery gay,
This is the sway hc passrs thr' day.
FOR THOSE WHOM WE
Donald Wheeler Don
llf did 'LUFIII' Ihr Navy Blur
Nofw bark to Trinity fwitll mf and you.
HAVE NO PICTURES
U. S. Army, Eighth Service Com-
mand, Camp Morey, Texas.
Harold is Il grnllrman jim' I
find hi.r intrlligrnrr dom shinr.
Processional-"War March of the Priestsn.. ...MENDELSSOHN
High School Band
Invocation .......................... REVEREND W. PAUL LUDWIG
Pastor: Second Presbyterian Church, Washington, Penna.
"Now Let All the Heaven Adore Thee" .... . . .BACH
Mr. William Good, Director
Scripture Reading-Proverbs 9th Chapter 1-10 .... RICHARD BURCHELL
Prayer ..... .... ..... . ........ . . . .AILEEN GORBY
Hymn-"Holy Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty. . . . .DYKES
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty!
Early in the morning our song shall rise to Thee:
Holy, Holy, Holy! Merciful and Mighty!
God in Three Persons, blessed Trinity!
Holy, Holy, Holy! All the saints adore Thee,
Casting down their golden crowns around the glassy sea
Cherubim and seraphim falling down before Thee,
Who Wert, and art, and ever more shall be.
Holy, Holy, Holy! Tho' the darkness hide Thee,
Tho' the eye of sinful man Thy glory may not see
Only Thou art holyg there is none beside Thee
Perfect in pow'r, in love, in purity.
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty!
All Thy works shall praise Thy name in earth, and sky, and sea,
Holy, Holy, Holy! Merciful and Mighty!
God in Three Persons, blessed Trinity!
Sermon-"The Pillars". ...REVEREND W. PAUL LUDWIG
"Open Our Eyes". . .......... . . .MACFARLAND
Girls' Chorus dee
Benediction. . . ...... . . . . .REVEREND W. PAUL LUDWIG
Choral Response-"The Lord Bless You and Keep You". . . .LUTKIN
Recessional-"Pomp and Chivalry" ........ L . .ROBERTS
High School Band
Processional-"War March of the Priests". . . .MENDELSSOHN
High School Band
Invocation. . . . . . . ......... REVEREND CHARLES VV. BROWN
Pastor: Second United Presbyterian Church
"The National Anthem" QFirst Stanzaj . . . . .KEY
Pledge to the American Flag .............. ..... E NTIRE ASSEMBLY
fdudifnce will stand for Invocation and remain standing
for the Plrdgz' to thx' American Flagj
Greetings . . ........................ . . .ROBERT LAWTON
Vice-President of Class of 1947
Salutatorian. . .
Valedictorian. . .
Address... ........................ MR. JAMES HERBERT CASE
President of Washington and jefferson College
Dedication of the 1947 "O1ympus". .... JAMES PODBOY
Presentation of Awards ..... . ............... MR. E. VAUGHN ROSS
Principal nf Trinity High School
Presentation of Diplomas ................ MR. HAROLD M. BRENNER
President of Trinity High School Board of Education
"Alma Mater". . . . .SENIOR CLASS
Recessional-"Pomp and Chivalry" ........ . . .ROBERTS
High School Band
WILLIAM BACKNER Buck
Class President 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Baseball
He'.f our all-around Jport.
Junior Class History
On August 28, 1944, we entered Trinity High School to become the
Class of '48. We chose Mrs. McCarrell and Mr. McCullough as our
advisors. We also elected the following officers:
President ....... ........ R OBERT TARR
Vice'Prmidfnt .... ,... P HILIP WILLIAMS
Sccrftary ..... .... j OAN FOSTER
Treaxurcr .............,............. ..... ,I EAN GRAY
Our "Hobo Party" highlighted this year. The future looked brighter
as we became Sophomores. Due to the loss of our advisors, we elected
Mrs. Murray and Mr. Moninger. Our ollicers for the year were:
Prrzridcnt ....... .... ...... R O BERT TARR
Via'-Preyidfnl .... .... P HILIP WILLIAMS
Srrrrtary ...... ...... J OAN FOSTER
Trmrurrr . .. ....... WILLIAM CLARK
The most important events were another Hobo Party and the "Sham-
DORIS ANN I-IOUGH Doris
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Library Club 23 Class
Officer 35 Home Room OHicer 35 G0-To-
College Club 3g Commercial Club 3.
Hfr hrart Imlongs to ll red-hrad.
RICHARD MOUNTS Dick
Basketball 2, 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g Class Oflicer 3.
A whiz at basketball.
VVe came back to Trinity once more feeling much older because we
were upper classmen. This year the following oflicers were elected:
Prmidnnl ......... ..... W ILLIAM BACKNER
l'iz'1'-Prfridzfnt .... .... R ICHARD MOUNTS
Sfcrrtary ....... ......, D ORIS HOUGH
Trfasurrr ...................,......... HARRY MILLIGAN
Since Trinity has never adopted a standard ring for the school, it was
our idea to do so. Work was begun on a new design for the crest, using
a block T as the most outstanding feature of the crest.
Another new task undertaken by the Juniors was the forming of a
Journalism class for the main purpose of editing the "Hiller," our school
On April ll, the first dance that the class held was the "Spring Carni-
val." The color scheme was carried out with the use of red and white
crepe paper streamers forming a l'Big Top."
The climax of the year was Trinity's annual Prom held at the school
on May 16. Music was furnished by Art Hannen's Crchestra. A Spring
theme was decided on.
We are looking forward to next year when we will become "Big, Digni-
HARRY MILLIGAN Harry
Cheerleader 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2g Class Olhcer 33
Home Room Oflicer 25 Band lg S.P.Q.R. Club
1, 23 Track 23 Science Club 3.
fllfwayr on Ihr go.
E. ADAMS N. ADAMS
Our quiet curley haired gentleman
from Room 10.
It'.f not hard to tall llI",5 Euganrlv
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
Alwayr ready -wtilz a pleasant
Efvr'ryonr'.c frirnd and a good onf.
David Anderson Anderson
Band 1, 2, 35 Senior Hi-Y 35
S.P.Q.R. 1, 2.
Wr' .wr him marfhing proudly fwitli
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 S.P.Q.R.
1,25 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Science
Marie .vffmr lo ratrr to thr' Ander-
son name. We -wonder fwhy?
Peggy Jean Anderson Blondie
S.P.Q.R. 1, 2, 35 Hiller Staff 35
Girls Reserves 25 Home Room
Oflicer 1, 25 Science Club 3.
Our blonde haired nurses' aid.
G. Al.I.EN Xl. AI.l.EN
P. ANDERSON V. ANDREVV
VV. ANDREVV D. ANGOTT
M. J. AZZO A. BAINBRIDGE
J. BALOG N. BAMBARGER
D. ANDERSON M. ANDERSON
Vance Andrew Vance
Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Band 1, 25
Hi-Y 1, 25 S.P.Q.R. 1, 2.
Just an all around guy.
William C. Andrew Bill
Rifle Club 35 Science Club 35
Track I, 2.
Hr'.v from Conrord, girls!
Dolores Angott Dorty
The lass fwith the drliratr air.
Mary Jane Azzo
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Orchestra
1, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Home
Room Officer 1, 25 Mixed Chorus
Alice Bainbridge Shorty
Home Ec. Club Treasurer 1, 25
Cafeteria Club 2, 35 Girl Re-
serves 2, 35 Home Room Vice
Science Club 3.
Hz' liar that sulzlr fway that malers
one lilaf him.
Naomi D. Bambarger Nomie
May Day 2, 35 Librarian 3.
One of Miss Mycr'x prize librarian:
R. BEDILLION M. BELL 1. BENNETT W. BODNAR G. BOOTH G. BORKOWSKI
Richard Bedillion Dick
junior Hi-Y lg S.P.Q.R. Club
1, 2, 3.
Shari, ruff, and .rmart in P.G'.
Marjorie Bell Midge
Girl Reserves 1, 23 Band 1g
Hiller Staff 3.
W1' fwondrr if ,vhf lik:-s Trinity
Jean Bennett Jeanne
Shr'1 fmlly fwirkrd at baxkriball.
William Bodnar Bill
Jus! II litllr' boy fwifh Il big hrart.
Gertrude Booth Trudy
Commercial Club 1, 2g Washing-
ton High School 1, 2.
Ilrr infrrr'sI.r arr'n'f in T.H.S.
Genevieve Borkowski Jennie
Wr' -wondrr what Mis: Allrxy Lwould
do withnul hl'I'?
William Boswell Bill
A big Rvoirz' for a litllr' man.
VV. BOSVVELL S. BRICELAND
T. BRIGHT N. BRIGGS
R. BRIGGS D. BROVVN
P. BURNETTE IE. CAESBER
of i9 7
Shirley Ann Briceland Shirl
Majorette 35 Girl Reserves 1,
2, 33 Chorus 1, 23 Home Room
A ruff littlr' majorrltr.
Floyd Bright, Jr. Bright
F.F.A, Officer: Home Room Of-
Oh! that lnlondr fwafvy hair.
Norma Grace Briggs
Girl Reserves lg Home Room
Officer 1: Adv. Girls' Chorus
1, 2, 3g Mixed Chorus lg May
Shi' fxrfls fwifh hm' -voirr and Iwi'-
Russell H. Briggs Von Gerrick
Thr Phyrirr Kid.
Dorothy Brown Dot
Sflbfff thing: mmf in small park-
Patricia Burnette Pat
Band 1, 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1,
2, 35 Go-To-College
Home Room Officer 35
Cluh 33 Office Girl 3.
Thfy duff! mini' any l11'tt1'r.
Emmit Caesber Em
lVhcr1' thrrr ir Em, fl1rrc'.v fun.
D. CALDXNELI. P. CATON J. CAIN B, CHADVVICK C. CHAMBERS D. CHESLOCK
Doris Caldwell Booty
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Hiller
lVond1'r 'who intrrmtr her at
W. C? J.?
Margaret Ann Caton Peggy
Girl Reserves 1,
2, 35 Girl Re-
serves Ofhcer 2g May Day 23
Camera Club 3 5 Home Room
Officer 1, 23 Ofiice Girl 33 Hiller
Gracffully ,fllc fwalky along.
John Norman Cain Jack
S.P.Q.R. Club 15 President 23
Camera Club 35
Senior Hi-Y 33
Science Club 35 Editor of Hiller
3g Rifle Club 3.
What fwould Thr llillr-r do fwifh-
Home Ec. Club
Club Z, 3.
1, 23 Cafeteria
She fwill make a finf fwiff.
Catherine Chambers Kay
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Camera
Club 35 Hiller 3.
14 4LU07ldl'l'f1ll pal.
.4 phyrim .vl1nl1'n1.
S.P.Q.R. Club lg
Senior Hi-Y 3g
Ynu'd nrwrr knofw
Band 1, 2, 35
Rifle Club 3.
ln' ir II Junior.
I.. CIMINO N. CLAFFEY
WV. CLARK B. CLUTTIER
N . COM ITU T. COMITO
A. CRAVVFORIH C. CRITHS
Norma Jean Claffey Claffey
.4 nicz' pfrxon to lenofw.
William H. Clark Bill
Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Class Officer 25
Science Club 33 Basketball 1, 2,
33 May Day 23 Home Room
Officer 1, 2.
Nz'-vrr a dull momrnt!
Barbara June Clutter Babs
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Camera
Club 3g Hiller Staff 3.
Nmt and nicr.
Norma Comito Norma
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
14 futf littlr- fvoirr.
Girl Reserves 35 Girls' Chorus
23 Home Room 'Treasurer 1.
.4 Irur frifnd.
Albert Crawford - Dock
Barlzful? Wr -wondrr!
Catherine Crites Peg
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3g Girl Re-
serves 1, 2, 35
Sn' .ffrmr to like Trinity'J -vfts.
B. CROMPTON M. DAY F. DAYAK YV. DECKER M. DE MAY l.. DEVORE
Band 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 35
Basketball 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.
A 'whiz at Ihr' trumpff.
Mary E. Day Red
Niff rod hair.
Frank Dayak Dayak
Football 2, 35 Future Farmers of
Om' of our fulurr farmrrs.
Walter Decker Deck
Hi-Y 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 35 Science
Hr ron malzr you ,vmilf anylimr.
Marjorie DeMay Marge
Girl Reserves 35 West Bethle-
hem High School 1, 2.
.4 .rfwffl girl from llflarianna.
Lois June Devore Lois
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Home
Room Oflicer 1.
Onr of Ihr' Nukomii Park gang.
James Nelson Dicks Jim
llfr fwondrr if hr lilzrs hixtory?
J. DICKS C. DIXON
M. D0l.AN M. DOSSE
S. DUN N F. EH N ERT
R. Hl.l,l0'l'T D. EVANS
of 19 7
Thr hair? Rrdl
Marion L. Dolan
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
Did you rfvrr .wr hrr rollrr Jhalr?
Marie Dosse Ree
Home Ec, Club 1, 25 Secretary
25 May Day 25 Girl Reserves 2.
fl good dancer!
Band lg Girl Reserves 15 Sec-
Really, 'wr' Hwy hfr lfrautiful hair.
junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Science Club
35 Rifle Club 3.
Um' of lllrx. XlulJ'.v Ein.rf1'ln.v.
Richard Elliott Dick
Quifl, hu! oh, .vo grntlr.
Dolores Evans Pee Wee
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
PN' WH' for short. 1
V. FAIELLA J. FETHERLIN
Virginia Ann Faiella Ginny
r Rserves 1 2
Mr. Hallanfs daughter-zn-lafw to he
fr R serves 1 3' Home
Room Officer 1 2' Chorus 1 2'
Band 25 Cheerleader 2 3.
Hllfways fwilling to hfljh.
Nancy Joan Foster Joan
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 OH'icer 35
Camera Club 35 Officer 35 Sci-
ence Club 35 Home Room Olicer
1, 2, 35 Class Officer 1, 25 Band
2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Go-To-
College Club 35 May Day 2.
W'hr'rrfUr'r .loan ix, thr'rr'J Kfnny.
Richard Frank Frank
Football 2, 35 Basketball 3.
Tfll1,Lil17'k, and a whiz at hrislefflzall.
Russell Fulton Russ
Science Club 35 Assistant Foot-
ball Manager 3.
llr'.v gal a fway fwith thx' 4LUIIII1I'Il.
Dolores Rose Gesualdi Dee
Home Ec. Club 1, 25 Home Room
OH'icer 1, 2.
.4 .vfwrrf littlr mi.x'.f.
Betty Jane Gillum Tookie
West Beth. 15 Girl Reserves 2.
J. FOSTER R. FRANK
H. GILLUM VV. GOSTIC
1. GRAY I.. A. GRAY
l.. GREUG M. GULLA
J. GU'l'llRIli W. HACKNHY
R. FULTON D. GESUALDI
William Gostic Bill
A rufcznnv in anything.
Lois Ann Gray Lois
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Home
Room Othcer 25 Science Club 3.
fl blushing hridf shr'll probably
Dorothy Jean Gray Jeanie
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Officer 25
Class Officer 15 Home Room
Officer 1, 2, 35 May Day 25
Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Cheerleader
Shr lands rhr kids in l'll1'I'f5.
Leona Jean Gregg Lee
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 S.P.Q.R.
Club 25 Home Room Sec. 25
Science Club 35 Camera Club 35
Hiller Staff 35 Olympus Staff 35
Oflicer Girl 3.
Ln' yor: for athlctirs.
Mary Gulla Mary
.4lfways faithful In Jfan.
Sarah Jean Guthrie Jeanie
Curlry hair and laughing fyfr.
Ollice Boy 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2.
Thr prosprrtifur bridrgroom.
D. HAl.l. S. HAMll.'l'ON S. IIAMPSON J. HARRIS M. HARRIS G. HART
Delores Hall Dorie
,Aln Fglflflll .frrrr-l1u'y .fhr fwill be.
Shirley Mae Hamilton Shirl
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Science
Club 35 Girl Reserves 35 Camera
Frirndly lo all.
Arthur I-Iampson Bill
James Harris .lim
lnlrrrstrd only in a happy lifr.
Marie Frances Harris Rea
Commercial Club 3.
.llucays on timf.
George Hart George
.'ll'LUllj1.f 'willing to hvlp.
Jennings Hart Herman
Hi-Y 35 Science Club 35 Rifle
Club 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 35
Home Room Officer 1 2.
Thr frooncr of the Juniors.
J. HART R. HARTZELL
E. HATFIELD B. HAYWOOD
J. HAZLETT M. HENNICK
W. HERCEG F. HERRON
of i9 7
Robert Hartzell Salty
Band 1, 2, 35 Rirle Club 35 jun-
ior Hi-Y l, 2.
What ir Saltyir aim?
Esther Hatfield Esther
Commercial Club 3.
sl friendly .vmilf for mzrryollr.
Benjamin Haywood Ben
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, Ol'l'iCer 25
Science Club 35 Home Room
Jax! anotlzrr ftl.Y1llI0'Ull !
Joan Hazlett .loan
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Science
Club 35 Librarian 2, 35 Camera
Club 35 Home Room Ollicer 1.
.-I pn-Hy llbmriall.
Margaret Hennick Peggy
Is .fhr alfways qnift?
William Herceg Bill
lnmkunl, l1uyJ,' Bill'.v u fiyhlrr.
Francis J. Herron Francis
Football 2, 35 S.P:Q.R. Club 1,
25 Baseball 2, 35 Track 2.
fl .rmooth dancer.
0. llEWl'l"l' G. HIRST B. IIUFFMAN J. IAMS R. INGRAUAM l'. INSANA
Opal Hewitt Pal
Girls' Chorus 1, Z, 3.
Likfs to Jing.
George R. Hirst George
Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Football Man-
ager 1, 25 Baseball 2, 33 Science
Can lm jlfff'!'b1lffI.! ! .'
Betty Jean Huffman Betts
Jack lams Iams
Washington High School Sth-9th
gradesg VVrestling 3.
Small, but mighty.
Richard Ingraham Dick
Junior Hi-Y 1, 2.
Hr".r om' Jfwrll guy.
Pete Insana Pete
James Ivery Man of Distinction
A .suitable nick-namr.
J. IVERY R. JAMES
D. JANZ N. JARDINE
Il, JOHNSON K. JONES
K. JUI.0S A. KANIA
Ruth James Jimmy
Washington Seminary lg Basket-
ball lg Go-To-College Club 3:
S.P.Q.R. Club 2, 3: Camera Club
33 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Hiller
Staff 33 Commercial Club 3.
Thr Hillrr'r Aniston! Editor.
Dorothy Janz Dot
Is .vhr as baxlzful as .rlzf sfmns?
Nan Jardine Nan
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3.
nlmbilion, lllrx. lVIrFall or a nursr?
Harold Johnson Sam
Xl handsomz' lad.
Kenneth Jones Kenny
S.P.Q,R. Club 1, 23 Science Club
3g Track lg Football 25 Basket-
ball 2, 35 Baseball 2, 3.
Kathryn Julos Kay
Home EC. Club Oflicer 1, 2.
Can .rho cook!
Arthur Kania Archimedes
Wrestling 33 Science Club 3.
Cute ax they coma.
l.. KEIRS j. KELLY j. KEENAN R. KliRN D. KIDDER B. KLICK
Lillian Keirs Lil
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
Nia' things romr in tiny parlzagffs.
John Kelly Kelly
Band 1, 2, 33 Track 2.
Trinity'J Drumlnrr Boy.
Jay Keenan Jay
Science Club 3.
Joe Krishack Joe
S.l7.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 33 President
33 Home Room Oihcer 33 Science
Club Ofhcer 33 Basketball 3.
U. S. Prfridrnt of 1970.
Josephine Kudaroski Jo
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Home
Room Oflicer 1, 2, 33 G0-To-
College Club 33 Science Club 33
Hiller Stal? 33 Olympus Staff 33
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2.
Shf .rhould bf an author.
James Lantz Jim
Football 33 Wrestling 3.
Can hz' fu'rrJtlr f f .'
Richard Kern Ricky
General 3 ,
Foutlmll 1, 2' 3: Wrestling 3: Constance Levato u lonnze
Baseball 2' 3. Commercial
Donald Kidder Torricelli
Football Manager 23 Basketball
33 Science Club 3.
Trinity'.r gift to Ihr' girlr.
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Girls'
Chorus 1, 2.
fl hundlr' of charms.
Sammy Levato Sam
Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3.
Thr' rtrony, .vilrnt typr.
Charlotte Lewis Charlie
Betty Klick Klickie M' KNESTRICK J' KRISHACK Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Go-To-
Commercial J. KUDAROSKI J. LANTZ College Club 33 Home Room
- - - Orli 1, 23 S' Cl 1 3
rllfwayr hrlght and yay. he lfgigo xi' :'Elii10N Hilileerr Staff 3: Q5lj:,E,eu, 3:
' ' A ' " " S.l'.Q.R. Club 1, 23 Girls, Chor-
us 1, 2.
Tull ami fwf'lljbui.v1'J.
Jane Knestrick Janie
S.l'.Q.R. Club 1, 23 Orlicer 23 Mal Lee Lmn Mary Lge
Science Club 3, Oflicer 33 Cam- -'lcflflemlf
era Club 33 May Day 23 Girls'
Chorus 1, 33 Mixed Chorus 23
Home Room Olhcer 1, 23 Librar-
ian 33 Olympus Staff 33 Radio
Trinityfr Sfwrfthrart of thi' Girl
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 S.P.Q.R.
Club 1, 2, 3, Oflicer 33 Girls'
Chorus 1, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 33
Go-To-College Club 33 Camera
Club 33 Oflice Girl 23 Hiller
Stall 33 Home Room Officer 2, 3.
Rfyrrfvfs. What jrrftty eyes!
MAGILL A. MANCUSO B. MANSl"IliLlJ I'. MARTIN l'. MASIYUYYSKI Bl. NIAZZIE
Esther Faye Magill u Esther
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Commer-
cial Club 3.
.4 p1'rfr'z't pirlurr of silfnrc.
Albert Mancuso Al
Our Junior haskrthull star.
Betty Marie Mansfield Betts
Commercial Club 3.
.-I quirl littlr hlondr.
Patricia Jean Martin Pat
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 May Day
23 Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 3.
Oh! thosr hfautiful fyrs.
Pete Masiyowski Pete
Football 2, 3.
Nrfvrr Il dull momrnt fwhfn h1"s
Mildred Mazzie Mazie
Adv. Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 Go-
To-College Club 35 Mixed Chor-
us Zg junior Sextet 3.
Thr brains of Ihr class.
Dorothy McBurnie Dottie
Library 23 Girls' Chorus 3g
junior Sextet 3.
A human chatterbox.
D. MC BURNIE J. MC CREREY
VV. MC CULLOUGH H. MC DAID
W. MEEK. H. MIHALOVICH
Ii. MILLER -I. MILLER
James McCrerey Jim
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
To lu' a farmrr is his aim.
William E. McCullough Lankey
Football lg Band 1, 2, 35 Track
Tall, lzlomlf, and well rurzrlwlml.
.J quift little miss.
Wilbur Meeks Wilbur
Football 2, 3.
Hf's not as hashful as hc looks.
Helene Mihalovich Rum
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 S.P.Q.R.
Club lg Home Room OI'I'icer 1, 2.
Got that ring on hor jingrr.
Edythe Maye Miller Mae
John Miller Johnny
Track 23 Band Z, 35 Hiller Staff
35 Olympus Staif 3g Hi-Y 35 Sci-
ence Club 3g Wrestling 3.
.4 handsome doctor he fwill molar.
M. MONINGER M. MOORE VV. MOORE E. MORRISON l,. MURPHY E. MYRGO
Merle Moninger Merle
Do I likr girl: I I !
Happily rnm'ri1'rl! !
William Moore Moe
S.P.Q.R. Club 3.
Alfways up to .vomr misrlziff.
Emerson Morrison Em
F.F.A. 1, Oflicer lg Home Room
.4 lmxhful farmfr boy.
Louise Murphy Louise
Home Ec. 1, 2g Band lg Cafe-
fl :milf that Jpraks.
Eleanor Myrgo Norie
Girl Reserves lg Girls' Chorus
lg Home Room Oflicer lg Flag
Twirler 2, 3.
W1' .wr Elfanor llrforr lin' band.
Elaine Paluda Toots
Girl Reserves 1.
Blonde hair .... hummmm ! f
E. PALUDA F. PARASKA
J. PATTERSON J. PENN
P. PERRY E. PIATT
B. PLYMIRE ll. POLLARD
of ll9 7
Flora Paraska X Girlie
Glrl Reserves 3.
Flora lofzm: baxleetball.
James Wells Patterson Jim
Band 1, 2, 3g S.P.Q.R. Club I, 2.
Hr knofwr his muxir.
John Penn Penn
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. '
,fl good farmrr hr -will l11'.
Patricia Ann Perry Pat
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Go-To-
College Club 3g Home Room
Officer lg Olympus Staff 3: Com-
mercial Club 3.
Small, but all so nivf!
Edna L. Piatt Edna
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
Alqulys tidy,' alfway: neat.
Boyd Plymire Plymire
F.F.A. 1, 25 Home Room Presi-
dent lg Hi-Y 1, 2.
Tall, dark and quirl.
Track lg Football lg Monitor 1.
Bfttfr lair than nwfr.
J. POMYKALA M. I'0WEI.I. YI. l'RAl.l. R. REDIJ R. REESE D. REll.I.Y
James Pomykala Pomy
Baseball 2, 33 Basketball 3.
:I baseball star hr will bf.
Mary Evelyn Powell Sis
Hiller Staff 3.
A Jmilr for ffvoryonn.
James Prall .l im
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
He .towns to lm attarllfd to the
Robert Redd Bob
F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 3.
.4 promiring farmfr.
Ralph Reese Bud
.fllfways sffn, 5fld0IIl hoard.
David Reilly Dave
Har a mind of his ofwn.
Peggy Lee Reilly Peg
Girl Reserves 33 Home Room
Oh! .vo neat and quifl.
M. REILLY C. RICHMOND
J. RITCHY E. RITTER
L. ROBERTS M. A. ROCKS
D. RUNNION A. SANDOR
Charles Richmond Chuck
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Likrs Plum' G1'o1m'try.
James Ritchy Jim
Home Room Officer 23 Track 3.
Look at f!l0.l'I' grffn fyfs l l l
Elsie Ritter Toots
Girl Reserves l, Z, 3g Hiller
You fllllif rfsisl lzotiring hfr.
Lee Roberts Lee
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 35
Basketball 23 Track Manager 25
You llmr him, lzfforz' you we him.
Mary Ann Rocks Pebbles
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 31 S.P.Q.R.
Club 1, 2, 3, Officer 35 Science
Club 3g Olympus Staff 31 Home
Room OH-icer 1, 25 Hiller Stall
33 Majorette 33 Go-To-College
Club 35 Radio Broadcast 3.
Uh! fwhat ruin dimples ! l !
Dolores Runnion Do-Do
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Home
Room Oflicer lg Science Club 35
Hiller Staff 3.
llfhwrf' lhl'l't',J Do-Do, th1'rr'.v fun.
Alice Louise Sandor Bonecruslzer
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 25 Girls Re-
serves 1, 2.
.-I capulllf all around girl.
Sophomore Class History
In the Fall of 1945 we timid, little boys and girls, numbering approxi-
mately three hundred and twenty-Hve, wandered to Trinity High seeking
a much needed education.
After our fears wore off we wished to become an organized class, elect-
ing the following oflicers and advisors:
Prexzdrnt ........................ .,...... D AVID TARR
Vice-Presidfnt .. .......... 'DON SIBERT
Secretary ...... ........... j OAN MONINGER
Treasurer .............. DORIS LOWERY
Adfvisors ..................... 5 MISS ELOISE LOWERY
I MR. WILLIAM McKAY
After the departure of Mr. McKay, Mr. E. Vaughn Ross was elected
The main event of the year was the Freshman Party.
We Forty-Niners enjoyed our Freshman year so much that we decided
to return to become Sophomores. This year we elected as our officers
Prrridfnl ..... ...... 1 JON SIBERT
lf'iff-Prrsidrnt .. ........ BOB HOUGH
Secretary ...... .,..... .I OAN MONINGER
Trrarurrr . ........ CATHERINE AUDIA
Adfvirors .......................... I MISS EMILY MYERS
I MR. WILBUR MOORE
This year our most important happenings were the "Blarney Stone
Hop" and the Sophomore Party.
BOB HOUGH JOAN MONINGER CATHERINE AUDIA
Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
R. VVILSON R. VVOLF F. VVOLFE R. YOCUM N. YODERS L. ZAREMBA
Robert Wilson Bob
Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 35
Football Manager lg Class Of-
ficer 1, 2g Cheerleader 1.
WWW glad to hafvf Bob bark.
Bob Wolf Buck-shot
Football 33 Home Room Ollicer
1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g Baseball 23
Band 1, 2, 3.
Dons hr' li-vo up to his namf?
Fred Wolfe Nero
Football 1, 2, 3g Track 1, 2, 33
Wrestling 39 Home Room Of-
Hcer 1, 2, 3.
Frnl, fwhat malefs you hlush so?
Stephen Zubenko Beehive
Science Club 3.
Enjoys a good argument.
Those For Whom We Have N
Robert Burdette Boyles
Hr"s .turh a nlrr' gfntlfman.
Louis Colabro Baldy
Football Manager 39 Basketball
Manager 23 Track 1.
Wo fwondfr fwhrrf' his tfrlh arf.
James Allen Moore Moe
If h1"s not ahsrnt hr"s lair.
Donald Prigg Don
Quifi? Wfll - - -
Dominick Romano Scooter
Hi-Y 35 Basketball 33 Track
Our Junior haskrflzall star.
Ronald Yocum Puppy
Home Economics Club 1, 2.
Plrasanl and frifndly at all timfs.
Commercial Club 3.
.fllfways hapjry and rhrfrful.
o P i c I' u r e s
Angeline Spino Angie
Wants to hr a sfrrflary.
Clarence Tarr Doc
Football 2, 3.
E-vfryonz' missrs Dor.
Alcaron High School 1, 2.
,4 gain for Trinity.
Robert Worth Bob
Merchant Marines, entered 19443
A pleasant chap, who is alfways
sem with Johnny.
R. TARR D. TENNANT T. VARNAR l.. VECCHIO J. VERDERBER Vl5RH0l.TZ
Robert Tarr Bob
Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Football 33 VVrest-
ling 33 S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 23
Band 1, 23 Class Oflicer 1, 23
Home Room Officer 1, 2.
.al rrgular hr-man.
Donald Tennant Don
Science Club 3.
Not ar lzashful ax hr .wr1n.v.
Thomas L. Varner Tommy
Tommy alfways :runs to br fnjoy-
Lillian Vecchio Lill
Girl Reserves 2, 33 Hiller Staff
What prrtly dark fyrs !
Jean Verderber Jeanie
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 S.P.Q.R.
Club 1, 23 Hiller Staff 33 Science
Club 33 Go-To-College Club 33
Home Room Officer 2, 3.
Yrp, shf'.r quitr' a girl.
Evelyn Verholtz Evelyne
Girls' Chorus 13 Home Room
Officer 23 Hiller Staff 3.
WW' fwnndrr if Efvrlyzfs irzlrwslx
arf in Jrhoal?
Frederick Walter Fred
Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 13
Science Club 33 Home Room
Ofhcer 33 Basketball 1.
Mirchirf? Fred was there.
F. VVALTER P. WALTON
J. VVARD K. VVEAVER
J. YVHITFIELD C. M. VVILEY
P. YVlI.l.lAMS R. VN'll.I.lAMS
Patricia Louise Walton Pat
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Hiller
ftafi 33 Go-To-College Club 33
Girls' Chorus ?, 33 Camera Club
33 Commercial Ciub 3.
.fl .rmilr that s,151'ales.
James Ward Kip
lffhat pretty lmir.
Kenneth Weaver Kenny
S.l'.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 33 Science
Club 33 Science Club Otlicer 3.
Hr is um' of our ".-I" .rtm11'n!.r.
' i 2
Jillia Whiifield Judy
Girl Reserves 2, 33 Cafeteria
Club 33 Girls' Chorus I, 33
Mixed Chorus 23 Science Club
33 S.P.Q.R. Club 2, 33 Olympus
33 Go-To-College Club 3.
.4 futurr girl in fwhitr.
Clara Mae Wiley
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 33 Home
Room Club Otlicer 23 Girl Re-
serves l, 2, 33 Camera Club 33
Go-To-College Club 33 Hiller
Staff 33 Science Club 3.
You should .wr hrr play llaskflllall.
l'hil Williams Phil
II1-X 1, 23 S.l'.Q.R. Club 1, 23
Science Club 33 Football 33
Basketball 33 Track 13 Class
Othcer 1, 2.
.-I myrtrry tu Ihr yirlr.
Robert Williams Bob
Hi-Y 33 Science Club 3.
Carrfrrr, ns 1'-zfrr, if Bob.
L. SCHWERINU li. SCOTT E. SENOK I.. SHAVVINSKI H. J. SHOUP M. l,. SMILEY
Lola Schwering Skippy
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Girl Re-
serves Ofiicer 23 Home Room
Officer 1, Hiller Staff 3.
Shf grls around.
Eileen Scott Shorty
Girl Reserves 3.
Short and quiet, is .fha ? ? !
Eleanor Senok Sell
Girls Chorus 23 Girl Reserves 1.
Shr'.r got rhythm in hfr Lvoirr.
Leo Shawinski Lee
Football 1, 2, Horze,Room Ofiicer
1, 23 Navy .jan ary 30, 19453
Brazil gg Dillsthrarged july S, 19463
'Olymfus Staff 35 Hiller Staff 3.
Hr' has thr girls in a Jilin.
Henrietta Jean Shoup Henry
S.P.Q.R. Club lg Girls, Chorus 3.
Silrnfr' is golden.
Mary Lou Smiley Lou
Cafeteria Club Ofiicer 3.
What fwoulrl our Caf1'l1'ria ln' fwilh-
Irene Smith Rene
Home Economics Club 1, 25 Band
23 Home Room Officer 1, 2.
Hfr inlrfrzfstr un' in Canonrhurg.
I. SM ITH M . SMITH
A. SPENCE M. SPROVVLS
P. STAINBROOK J. STEVVART
F. TAGGART H. TAGGART
Margaret Jane Smith Margie
,4 plfasing pcrxonalily.
Alvin Spence Al
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y Othcer 23
Band 1, 2, 33 Football Manager
lg Home Room Ofiicer 1, 2, 33
Camera Club 33 Camera Club
Oflicer 33 Science Club 35 Science
Club Officer 3g Rifle Club 3.
Thr mmf-dian in rfvfry room.
Mary Lou Sprowls Boobie
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Home
Room Officer 1, 2, 33 S.P.Q,R.
Club 1, 2, Olympus Staff 33
Camera Club 3.
.4 friend to 1'ivrryon1'.
Paul Stainbrook Smoky
Home Room Oflicer 2: Wrestling
35 Science Club 3g Hi-Y 3.
Nothing fw0l'l'lf5 Smoky.
Jean Stewart Jeanie
VVashington High School 13 Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3g Mixed Chorus
23 S.P.Q.R. Club 2, 35 Girls'
Chorus 3, Camera Club 3g
Olympus Staff 33 Science Club
3, Officer 3.
Jfanif has madf hfrsflf knofwn at
NNW' a dull l11omr'1il.' f
Halden Taggart Bud
F.F.A. Oflicer 1, Track 1.
fl furrnrr ii' hir aim.
Acklin, Adams, Aloia, Ames, 'l'. Anderson, V. Anderson, Ankrom, Armstrong,
Ashmore, Audia, Baird, Bannister, llardosky, Beecham, llehanna, L. Bennett, R. Ben-
nett, Bigler, liodnar, Bologa, Bradbury, Brooks, Bruce, Caesher, Caldwell, Campbell,
Casto, Chivers, Cokel, Collins, Cope, Crosbie, Cundall, Daugherty, sl. Day, N. Day,
llevore, lleyell, llopler, Uragstrem, lluhelle, Uunkle, Gallagher, Gaul, C. Glyn,
F. Glyn, U. Gray, ll. Gray, Grego, Hagedorn, Hall, Hazlett, Henderson, Holloway,
Horne, Hupp, lams, Janovich, Johnson, Kelley. Knotts, Lash, Lelcwart, Leppert,
Loane, Lowery, Lusk, Lutes, Lyke, Lyle, NlcCalmont, lIcCombs, hIcFall, hIcGar-
rigle, hlcWhorter, hlancina, lflankey, hlartin, hlarra, hlason, Nlaunski, hliller,
lloninger, Bloore, Nlounts, Nlyers, Nicholas, Nickeson, Pasierhak, Payne, Perry,
Piatt, Plymire, Ramsey Richmond, Riser, H. Roherts, ll. Roberts, Ross, Roule,
Rozner, A. Sanders, L. Sanders, Sargent, Schrader, Scott, Shultz, Shumar, Snyder,
Strnisha, Suwak, Tarsia, 'lll10II'l21S, Uhler, Wzird, H. White, M. VVhite, Wilkiiisoii,
Winston, VVithrow, Wcmlfe, E. Vlfoodruff, V. VVoodruff, Marilyn Wright, Nlolly
YVright, Yeager, Zedik, Zlatarich.
Acklin, Anderson, Andrew, Ault, Rarnhart, Bell, Bellotti, Berry, Hier, Boyles,
F. Brown, H. Brown, C. Brownlee, Brownlee, Carter, Caldwell, Calvert, Clayton,
Clutter, Cooper, Coughenour, Cronin, Crumrine, IJeLost, Uelsignore, Devenney,
llhayer, Uille, Dunn, lilder, livelsizer, Finch, Foor, Galanda, Gardner, Gaus,
li. George, George, Germovsek, Givens, Grohy, Gray, Hackney, Hartley, C. Hat-
held, K. Hatfield, Hatala, Herron, Herschell, R. Hildebrand, W. Hildebrand,
Hough, G. Houston, R. Houston, lams, Johnston, Kearns, Kidder, Kirschner, Kita,
Kleppner, Korowicki, Kostka, Kulla, Lantz, Lemasters, Locke, Klcliinney, NIcNay,
hlcNary, Klalachosky, Nlaleski, Klangin, hlartincic, Nliller, A. hloore, hi. Nloore,
Nlorrison, H. Mounts, R. Mounts, Nagy, Noble, Peio, Piatt, Pickens, Plymire,
Pochiha, Polen, Powell, Pritchard, Rea, Reighard, Rhodes, Rice, Richardson, W.
Roherts, F. Roherts, Rodgers, Romano, Ross, Rush, Sconing, Shriver, Sihert, Simpson,
C. Smith, D. Smith, R. Smith, Spragg, Stevens, Stienstra, Stockdale, Stolfer, Tarr,
Taylor, Vallet, Van Nuffelen, Veltri, U. VVard, G. YVard, R. Ward, Waychoff,
lVolfe, Wright, Yatsko, U. Young, R. Young, Zahniser, Zediker.
Freshman Class History
September 2, 1947, 289 lip-stick smeared boys and girls enrolled in
Trinity as the class of 1950. These people who came from all sections
of the county assembled in the gymnasium Where they were assigned to
the various Freshman report rooms. After hunting for the elevators and
the third floor of the main floor, we settled down to work and hope to
achieve many things.
A number of our class have taken part in athletics and music such entra
circular activities as Girl Reserves, Hi-Y, Rifle Club, etc.
In October the class had its first meeting and elected its officers and
class advisors. Shortly after this the Freshman Class sponsored the
after-football game dance following the Trinity-Homestead game. The
red-letter date on the freshman's calendar was April 9--the evening of
the Freshman party.
Pwsidrnt ....... ........ R OBERT CZMIEL
l'irc-Prfsidfrzl .... ...... B ARBARA MORROVV
Sfrrrtary ..... .......... .... A A UDREY POPOVICH
Trz'a.vur1'r ...........,....... DOROTHY BODNAR
A4d,Ujw,-J. .,.. S MR. CHARLES M. MCCLELLAND
I MISS RUTH MYERS
Anderson, Andrew, Audia, Auld, llayne, Bedrlarski, Bennett, llissett, Bodnar,
Bolton, Booth, llrehm, Briggs, llristor, Brubaker, Bungard, Caldwell, Cale, Cham-
hers, Cheplie, Comito, Cook, Crispin, Critchfield, Crompton, Crowe, Cummins,
Davis, Dayak, Dellay, Denman, Dennis, Dicks, Dickey, J. Dohscha, S. Dohscha.,
Duhall, Dunkle, Ellis, Farahee, Fisher, Foglia, Ford, Gallo, Gamble, Gettig, Gniew-
koski, Guthrie, Hanna, Hart, Hartzell, Hathaway, Heatley, Herceg, Hewitt, Hick-
man, l-limes, Hodgens, Horne, Houston, Howard, Hudak, Hurzon, Jackson, James,
Johnson, Kanavel, Kelley, Kemp, Knish, E. Lash, Lash, Laskowski, Livingood,
NleAdams, NlcCartney, KleClay, NlcNary, NIeVay, NlcWhorter, Nlaloy, lllancuso,
Nlartin, Nlaze, Nleek, llehaffey, hflihalovich, A. hliller, E. Nliller, hlorris, Klor-
rison, llorrow, hlowl, hlurphy, Negle, Nelson, L. Osborne, Xl. Osborne, A. Phillips,
ll. Phillips, Pickens, Pirrung, Plants, Plazak, Polen, Ponzo, Popovich, Prigg,
Prowitt, Puskarieh, Raipe, Ranegar, Santelli, Sehulin, Siedlak, Snow, Snyder, Spino,
Sprowls, Stephenson, Stolfer, Thomas, Tiehnel, Vanltlouten, Vanliirk, YValker,
Ward, Warrier, VVilson, VViltrouts, 'VVormsley, Wright, Young, Zaft.
Adams, Amos, Anderson, H. Baldwin, W. Baldwin, Barnhart, Barbour, Barrows
Bell, Bellotti, Bird, Blumer, Breese, Brezinski, Bricker, Briggs, Bruce, L. Bruce
Bungard, Burnette, Byers, F. Caeslver, H. Caesher, Chalfant, Chase, Chivers, Clay-
ton, Clendaniel, Congger, Coughenour, Cowen, Cox, Craft, Crile, Curry, Cuthbert
Czmiel, Davis, llemko, llevenney, lJeYVitt, llihhle, Dicks, lloman, Dragan, Evans
Finch, Fitch, Foster, Frazee, Gajarsky, Gasporovic, George, Gilmore, Gradert
Grove, Hainer, Haines, Hall, Harris, Hartzell, Hatfield, Hellman, Henry, Hess
ll. Hickman, F. Hickman, Higgins, Holsing, R. Horner, W. Horner, Hull, Hum-
phreys, lnsana, lvery, Johnson, Jones, F. Kelley, L. Kelley, Kler, Koehler, Lahosky
Lapacik, Levandosky, Long, NIcCormick, Xlchflhaney, l'lcG0wan, llcNary, KlcVay
Mancuso, Klathis, Nlead, Nlilligan, Nloore, Blorris, lluller, Newell, Nicholls, Nixon
Patterson, Peterson, Pettit, Phelan, Phillips, R. Phillips, Plants, Pochiba, Poland
Price, Razvoza, Reese, Riggle, Roe, Rutan, Sanders, Schirosky, Schriver, Seihel,
Shankovich, Skariot, A. Smith, A. K. Smith, R. Smith, Swart, Swartz, Szolek, 'llarr
IJ.'l'ay1or, J. Taylor, Tennant, Vester, VVestfall, Wheeler, VViley, VVilliam,
li. Willis, il. Willis, Wilson, Worth, YVright, Yavoich, Zernecki.
H ROSS WATSON
The Alumni Association
The Alumni Association elected the following ofhcers for the year
1947-48. President, Rudolph Chehoving Vice-President, Ross Watson,
Secretary, Beatrice Brownlee Englandg and Treasurer, Robert Morrison.
Do you ever wonder what the Alumni Association is? lt was organ-
ized in 1925 by the classes of 1924 and 1925 consisting of only seventy-
one members. That number doesn't stagger the imagination but it has
seen the addition of many new members with each graduating class. To
be eligible for membership, one must be a graduate of Trinity High School.
Notwithstanding the fact that these former students of our "alma
mater" have left Trinity, they still cherish the many friendshpis they made.
Although their class days have ended, the interest in Trinityls future
remains. The true spirit of school loyalty will never leave them for
there will always be a warm spot in their hearts for their "alma mater."
During the war many members of the Alumni were thousands of miles
from their friends. Now that the war is over and many of these boys
1+'ir.rl Rmw, lrfl to right: RUTH DIIIEHURST THRESIIER, FAYE SWART MA.IoRs, HARIILII VVEIRICII,
C. A. ICWINII, Principal of Trinity High School in 1926, SUSAN BOONE PAUL, QPRACE lVlCIIONliY
lN100RE, I,oUIsE fi.-XRTLEY FISCIIER, MARGARET MooRE lVllCl.lCK.
Sffilfllcl Ru.-w: AIIIIEN MeCULI,oUc:II, MIIRIAN PAUL MooREIIEAIJ, DoRo'rHY VVEIRICH 'lil-IOMPSON,
UP.-Xl, Sw.-IRT -loNEs, LETHA BARNEY BARNIIART, LILLIAN MCKAIIAN, ELIZABETH li.-XRTLEY BERRY,
Third Rnfzc: fil.ENN BEDll.l,l0N, Rox' HART, VVILLIAM KUTZER, KENNETH NICCRORY, AIIIIIN
IIANNA, FRANKLIN HARBOUR, AloIIN VVARI1, EDNYIN joIINsoN.
lIave returned, tlIe activities that were interrupted are being reinstated.
The annual Alumni Dance was held last Spring after being discontinued
for several years.
blany classes are resuming their reunions, the lirst being lIeld on June 6,
1946, by the class of 1926 at tlIe George Xvashington Hotel. Twenty-
two of the Class of forty-live members attended. The committee that was
responsible for the affair was: Edwin Johnson, Lillian McKahan, Marian
Morehead, Charles Scott, Roy Hart, and Ruth D. Thresher.
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Mlss JEAN NICKAHAN
Alay Qwvn 1947
J. BURCH IJ. Sxovvvlzox KI. BRIQKER
AIAY DAY 1946
MAY DAY 1946
Un hlarch 21st, at 8:15 o'clock, the school auditorium occasioned a
setting for undue excitement. lt was the opening night for the Senior
Play, "Life of the Party."
The play, a three-act comedy, was written by hlarrijane and Joseph
Hayes. hfliss Jennie M. Ferralli was the director. The plot centered
around the Hughes family who just moved to Butterfield. There were
amusing characters such as Amy, the youngest Hughes daughter, and
Snazzy, her date for the Prom, and Jean, who was a dull one and then
turned out to he "Life of the Party."
The cast presented the play to three different audiences: namely, the
grade school children, Trinity students, and the general public.
The play was well received hy all and provided everyone with laughter
Credit plus should he awarded to the Well deserving cast:
Jmn Ilzzylnxf .....
illildrrd Huglirr ....
Almy Hugllrs .......
illrs. Harrlr! II1l!lA'l'.f
. . . . .Lucy DeLost
illrs. Vlflnrla Crmffxv, . .. ..... Patricia VViley
Sally Frazifr .......
Dotlir Kixmillrr ....
, .... Glenna Cole
Hopf Slzuftlffworlh ......,. Lois Roberts
Ruth Coulrs ........
Tr-ddy llugllrr ....
.Mikf Tirdalr ,....
llflr. JNJ1' Hub0ll1,,l'.
Chnrlrxv Collin- .....
Waltfr I4lfM'l'0llIb .... ..
Snazzy Jllllfllrll ....
. . . . . .Sam Reedy
. , . . .Clyde MeFall
.. .James Podlvoy
If.I'.I'i.I'l1ll1l lfrlilnr ,
Szfnior IJIIINA' Ezliforx ,
Junior Class Erliforx
fIlJ'lI1f7I1.Y SMH Ilfllll
Swim' Clasx fl!l1'i.VlI'.V .
Typing . .
DIARY ANN ROCKS
DIARY LOU SPROVVLS
ALBERTA VAN NUFFELIN
C. S. HALLAM
MISS JENNIE FERRALLI
M. T. IJECKER
MRS. KATHRYN MURRAY
J. A. AQIONINGER
J. H. WILSON
MISS JENNIE FERRALLI
MRS. FRANCES HUFFMAN
J. R. CLARK
The Go-To-College Club
Service with fun, or fun in serving Trinity and themselves, seems to
have been the standard set by the Go-To-College Club girls this year.
The active members are junior and senior girls who finished their
sophomore year with an average of "B" or more and who fulfill certain
standards of loyalty, co-operation and personality. Included for the first
time is an associate membership of girls with an average of "CH who
meet all other requirements. lt is expected that this type of girl will be
ambitious to go on to higher education: and thus many activities are
planned to help prepare her for that time. One such program was an
address and a discussion on "VVhy Go To College?"
For the first time, the girls made and sold football programs. They
also continued to sponsor monthly skating parties. The greater part of
the proceeds from these projects was contributed to the varsity sweater
At the football banquet, the president announced that the club would
give a prize of ten dollars to the athlete who had participated in at
least two activities and was being graduated with the highest scholastic
:Xt the annual tea dance planned for freshmen only, Miss Vella, pro-
fessional dancing teacher, donated her services in teaching the group
first steps in dancing.
The year was closed by a party given by the Juniors to honor the Seniors
at graduation time.
The ofilicers for the year were:
President ................. .... M argaret Bricker
Vice-President ........ ........... J essie Burch
Program Chairman .... ..... M argaret Landrey
Secretary ........... ........... G erry Guthrie
Treasurer ......... .............. D orothy Sten
Advisor ..... ..... M rs. Robert W. Smith
Senior Girl Reserves
An impressive Candlelight Service held on the Trinity High School
Campus was the beginning of a very successful year for the club.
Among the main activities this year were: The Christmas Formal,
Sweetheart Dance, joint party of the Girl Reserves and Hi-Y, and a chili
VVe are proud that jane Knestrick, a member of our club, was elected
"Sweetheart" at the Sweetheart Dance. Patty VViley was chosen as
"Sweetheart" to represent our club.
The sponsoring of the May Day program and Tea Dance, May 2,
brought the school year of the Senior Girl Reserves to a close.
The officers this year were:
President ....... ...... I iuth Ellis
Vice-President .... .... J oan Foster
Secretary ..... ........ N orma Meloy
Treasurer .......... ............. L ois Roberts
Program Chairman .... .... A lberta Van Nuffelen
Club Advisor ...... ....Miss Ruth Myers
The Club is affiliated with the local Y.M.C.A. and is primarily a Chris-
The Hi-Y, in accordance with their customs, sponsored the Recovery
Dance at the end of the lirst semester. It was a great success.
Swimming parties held at the Y.lW.C.A. during the year were enjoyed
by all the members.
The Hi-Y, on February 28, held a party for the Senior Girl Reserves
at the school. Everybody had a great time.
December 5-6-7, they sent five boys to the VVestern Pennsylvania Older
Boys' Conference at Beaver Falls.
The boys who attended were: VValter Piatt, Paul Onipuik, Robert
Lawton, Donald Gettig, and jack Barnhart.
President .... ...... l Robert Batson
Vice-President ......... Walter Piatt
Secretary ..... ..Donald P. Bedillion
Treasurer ......... James Clayton
Advisor .... Mr. Cleon S. Hallam
The Science Club was organized to develop student hobbies in Science.
The club has expanded its interests to include social activities, field trips,
and community service. livery Christmas the club provides gifts for
underprivileged children. lts activities also usually include a trip to Pitts-
burgh during the year.
Officers for this year were:
S e n i o r s
Preszdent ..................................... Walter Piatt
Treasurer ........ . .
Program Chairman ......... ............
. . . .Jim Clayton
President .............. ....... ........ F r ank DeLost
Vice-President ..... .lane Knestrick
Secretary ....... ..... I Sen Haywood
Treasurer .......... ......... J ean Stewart
Program Chairman .. . .
President ....... .... ........ ......
Secretary ......... . .
Treasurer . . ...... . .
Program Chairman ..
.. Joe Krischack
. Harry Milligan
. . . .Robert Tarr
. .Jean Fetherlin
The Commercial Club
lixperience proves of value when looking for a secretarial positiong
therefore, the Commercial Club of Trinity was established to help pro-
vide this experience.
The purpose of the Commercial Club is to promote fellowship among
the outstanding students in the Commercial Department: to obtain some
practical experience in the use of commercial subjects: to encourage inter-
est in ,and development of, the Work in the Commercial Department,
and to maintain scholarship, dependability, and loyalty to the club, its
members, the faculty, and the school.
This year each teacher was assigned a secretary who was to assist
the teacher in any Way she could. To be eligible for membership in the
Commercial Club, a girl must be enrolled in the Commercial Course, have
a "C" average, and be approved by a majority of the members in the
The club advisors are blrs. Frances Huhman, bliss Shirley Tanner,
and Mrs. Kathryn Nlurray. '
The oHicers are as follows:
President ....... ........ . Iessie Burch
Vice-President ..... Helen Armstrong
Secretary ..... ........ L ois Snyder
Treasurer .... .... M argaret Landrey
Student Cffice Girls
This year Mr. Ross asked a number of Senior and Junior girls to help
in the oHice during their free periods. The duties of these girls were
to take telephone calls, carry messages, get the mail and do all types
of routine work under the direction of Mrs. Ferguson and bliss Reese.
In a short time a system was set up whereby two girls were in the othce
as assistants each period. This enabled the oliice to operate at a very
high degree of efficiency and the administration at Trinity High School
is very appreciative of the line work done by this group of girls.
They consist ot:
Once again the Junior Hi-Y has had a very successful year. As a club
project school emblems were sold by the members. Various other activi-
ties such as swimming parties and a party for the Junior Girl Reserves
were held. The club also entered teams in the Hi-Y Sports Carnival
sponsored by the Y.M.C..'X. for clubs in the XVashington-Greene County
The club was lead in these many activities by the club advisor,
Nlr. James hloninger, and the following oflicers:
President ...... .... S am Devenney
Vice-President .... Bob Young
Secretary .... .... J im Boyles
Treasurer .... ..... I lon Rhodes
Junior Girl Reserves
The Junior Girl Reserves are composed of Freshman and Sophomore
girls. The meetings are held the first and third Monday of each month
at the Y.W.C.i'X.
A few of the year's activities have been the Christmas Formal, Sweet-
heart Dance, and a party for the Junior Hi-Y. They also participated
in May Day activities.
The club advisors are hlrs. Yvilma Mitchell and hffrs. Frances Hilli-
The club otlicers for the year are:
President ....... .. ........... Amy Martin
Vice-President .... ..... M ary Ellen Roberts
Secretary ..... ........ R odell Finch
Treasurer ......... ..... R ebecca Ramsey
Program Chairman ...... Bonnie Baird
The library opened the second week of school and from then through
the last regular school day of the first semester a total of 9,403 students
used the library. During that time 2,114 hooks were checked out.
The library furnishes reference material for special reports and supple-
mentary material as well as recreational reading. ln addition it subscribes
to two daily papers-The VVashington Observer and The Pittsburgh Post-
Gazette. They are read most avidly as are the seventeen magazines.
November l0-17 Book YVeek was observed. Displays were set up on
the theme "You're lVIy Everything," meaning books can fill many needs
-travel, education, adventure, hobbies, etc.
The librarians held a Valentine Day tea for the faculty and staff, Febru-
ary l2, and a tea dance for the student body on St. Patrick's Day.
Nlargaret Bricker is president: Jessie Burch, vice-president: Rodell
Finch, secretary, and Lois Scott, treasurer of the twenty-four librarians.
The Hiller Staff
The newly organized journalism Class at Trinity publishes the school
paper this year. Under the supervision of Mr. lsenberg the paper was
a great success.
The first of six issues appeared in November and was well received
by the student body. Some of the new features are "Tuttle Tales," 'KCluh
News," and a column called the USnooping Reporter," as well as the
eolumns ahout the new teachers.
ln the final issue of "The Hillern we, the juniors, paid trihute to the
The staff is glad that the paper was a success and knows that next year's
staff will continue to puhlish a fine paper.
Assistant Editor . ..
Feature Editor .....
Music Editor .....
Sports Editor .....
Exchange Editor .....
Business Manager .....
Advertising Manager ....
.Mary Lee Linn
. . .Peggy Caton
. . . .Jean Verderber
Circulation Manager ..... .... M ary Ann Rocks
Colleen Barbour Thelma Houston
A group of twenty Trinity Senior girls were selected to handle the
seating in the reserve seat section at all home football games. The head
usher was Jessie Burch with hlargaret l,andrey as her assistant. These
two girls hlled in wherever needed and placed the girls in the most needed
spots. Two girls were stationed at each aisle in the grandstand and took
care of the crowd in a Very etlieient manner. The ushers were:
Anna Apache Aileen Gorby
The Student Patrol under the direction of hir. Hallam has performed
their duties regularly this past year. These duties consist of directing
trafiic between classes during school hours and directing tratlic and park-
ing for special occasions such as May Day, Commencement, etc. Blue
and VVhite armbands with the words 'AStudent Patrol" were issued to
the boys at the beginning of the school year and these armhands served
to identify each Patrol Boy.
The Patrol wishes to thank the student hody for the eo-operation they
The Patrol consists of the following hoys:
The S.P.Q.R. Club consists of Latin students maintaining an "A" or
HB" average. The eager Advanced Latin class or 'lVergils" as they are
commonly called, form the nucleus of the club and orlicers are chosen from
Initiation of Freshmen is held around the ldes of March each year
and a picnic at the XVashington Park is anticipated by all the members.
The oflicers are:
President ....... ,..... . Ioe Krishaek
Vice-President ..... ..... lv Iary Ann Rocks
Secretary ........ ..... M ary Lee Linn
Treasurer ............. .................. I 'eggy Anderson
Program Committee ........ Ruth James, Clara Mae Wiley
The Rifle Club
The Rifle Club, discontinued in 1942, was reorganized this year with
Mr. lsenberg as its advisor. Due to some difficulties such as repairing
rifles, obtaining ammunition and a place to fire delayed the cluh from
being activated until the second semester.
The club meets each Nlonday evening at the Armory where they use
the firing range. The club has some crack marksmen, and with a little
practice the group will become keen competition for any rifle team.
The first match will be with the faculty, and several later ones are
Advanced Girls' Chorus
The Advanced Girls' Chorus consists of fifty students whose voices
are blended in three and four part music. They became acquainted with
the different styles of music and the works of various composers.
Throughout the year the Chorus participated in the Christmas program
and in the Spring Music Festival. The Girls' Chorus also hopes to take
part in the Commencement lalxercises.
Beginning Girls' Chorus
The object of Beginning Girls' Chorus is to give a foundation in sing-
ing which will build material for Advanced Girls' Chorus. ln this group
the students get experience in part singing while their voices are classified
and developed in the proper range. The general rudiments of music are
stressed more in this group than in the Advanced Girls' Chorus because
the groundwork is being laid for the advanced group.
Tryouts are held in the Spring when successful candidates are accepted
into the Advanced Girls' Chorus. All girls of Trinity High are eligible
to tryout for the chorus.
The lVIixed Chorus, a group of approximately thirty-live members has
performed on several occasions during the past school year. In October
they performed for Teachers Institute at VVashington High School and
in December they sang for Trinity High's Christmas program.
The Boys' Double Quartette composed of Vance Andrew, Jennings
Hart, Robert Lawton, Bruce Crompton, John YVright, Norman hiegesy,
Jack Nloninger, and Richard Dille sang at the Football Banquet.
The Chorus also sang at the First Methodist Church in VVashington
during the pre-lfiaster season for the Sunday evening Union Service.
The Music Festival was held in April.
Trinity Future Farmers of America
The F.F.A. is an organization of farm boys enrolled in Vocational
Agriculture. This year our membership totals seventy-four active mem-
bers. VVe have tried to maintain the high standards of leadership, Com-
munity Service, Supervised Farming, Co-operation, Thrift, and etc., that
has always been traditional here at Trinity in our F.F.A. organization.
This year David Sumney, secretary of our chapter, received the Key-
stone Farmers Degree, the highest award obtainable in the State. Four-
teen boys, along with our advisors, attended the first Farm Show held
at Harrisburg since 1941.
Our Demonstration Team won third in the State at the show, second
in the electrical exhibit. Our window exhibit was awarded seventh place.
We also continued the Sponsorship of our Purebred Pig Ring and
launched a new one, The Production of Strawberries.
All these activities along with many others has made our year 1946-47
a very successful one: the first since the close of the war.
Mr. Charles M. lN1cClelland, a graduate of State College, was employ-
ed to assist Mr. Blaine A. Beighley in directing the work of the chapter
and in teaching Vocational Agriculture.
Our olhcers are:
President ......... ...... 'I' homas Walker
Vice-President .... ..... I iobert Worth
Secretary ....... ..... D avid Sumney
Treasurer ..... .... F loyd Bright
Reporter .... ......... J ohn Ross
Watch Dog .... ...... H alden Taggart
The Executive Commil'te.e
The Executive Committee is composed of the outstanding members
of Vocational Agriculture. Those eligible for membership to the commit-
tee are as follows: Project winners, members of the winning judging
teams at the State College F.F.A. week, Keystone Farmers, Keystone
Board members, and all ollicers of the F.F.A. chapter.
The committee acts as a guiding hand for other F.F.A. members. The
main purpose is to keep alive the spirit of co-operation so as to have a
"going" organization and is to promote the increased activity and enthusi-
asm of Future Farmers of America members.
Trinity F.F.A. Demonstration at Harrisburg
The Trinity Future Farmers made a fine showing at the State Farm
Show this year With a home-made electrically driven farm grain elevator.
This home-made labor saving device was constructed in the Agricultural
Shop under the direction of the F.F.A. Advisors and then taken to the
Farm Show and reassembled before a large group of farmers to demon-
strate to them how easy it is to construct such a device.
This demonstration not only won third place in this contest, but also
won second prize in the electrical contest as well. No other F.F.A. Chap-
ter in the state had the distinction of Winning such a high place in both
The members of the Chapter representing us in these contests were:
David Sumney, Thomas Walker, Frank Craig and Harold Taggart.
John Ross was an alternate on the team. Mr. C. R. McClelland acted
as coach for the group.
The Home Economics Club
The Home lfconomies Club consists of lfreshmen and Sophomore girls
taking Home lfeonomies. The purpose of the elub is ai better lIlltlCl'Sf2ll'lLl-
ing of the social problems of the girls.
Xlle have haul two parties this year: one with the l9.l9.,X. boys. Both
the girls and boys enjoyed it thoroughly.
XVL' have enjoyed this yezir very much unaler the zissistzinee ol' Nlrs.
The otlieers of the elub were:
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SENlES'l'ER
l're'sident .............. Anna Marie Zedik President ...,............. Roberta Payne
Viee-Presidenl ........ Dolores Laskowski Vice-l'resident .... .... l iuth Hodgens
Secretary ..... ...... I ioberta Payne Secretary ........ ...... N fietoria Perry
Treasurer , .............. Louella Bennett Treasurer ............... Violet Meliurnie
The Cafeteria Club has had a few activities this year. The club held
a Christmas Party in December, at the home of Mrs. H. M. Roberts,
sponsor of the club.
They obtained sweaters hy selling pop and candy at the various indoor
The ollieers of the club are:
President ............ ..... 1 Xnna Klick
Vice-President .... ..... I 'earl Dunkle
Secretary ..... .... M argaret Curry
Treasurer Mary Smiley
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B a s e b a I I
The sport of baseball was revived at Trinity last season for the first
time since its discontinuance during the war. Keen interest was shown in
VV.P.l.A.L. competition made up of approximately eighty high school
teams, which were divided into sections. At the end of the regular season
the sectional winners have playoffs for the VV.l'.l.A.l,. championship.
We had a very successful season, winning our Section III without a
defeat. ln the VV.P.l.A.L. playoffs we defeated Robinson, Section IV
winner, thus advancing to the second round. However here we were
defeated by Nlt. Lebanon, winner of Sections l and ll.
10 iiHickory R
3 :iCenterville 2
2 Washington l
3 East Washington 1
5 Burgettstown 3
7 Cecil 7
9 Chartiers 2
1 Washington 0
8 East Washington 1
5 Burgettstown 2
4 Cecil l
1 Chartiers 0
7 Robinson 4
4 Mt. Lebanon 6
it Non-league games.
This year the Hillers and Mr. Decker welcomed Mr. "Skip" Moore
to the coaching staff. Under their leadership the team faced the strong
opposition offered by such schools as Vandergrift, Canonsburg and New
Despite this schedule, the Hillers came through impressively with a
record of four wins, one tie, and four losses.
The highlights ofthe season were the 12-6 win over the 'little Prexiesl'
of VVashington High, and the 20-0 victory over our traditional rival,
We, the students of Trinity, point with pride to our football team
of the '46 season.
12 Washington 6
6 Monongahela 6
6 Vandergrift 32
19 Carmichaels 0
13 German Township 12
12 New Brighton 14
6 Canonsburg 27
20 Burgettstown 0
0 Homestead 6
L I N E U P :
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"They March Along"
Led by Pauline Dolan, nine majorettes and three flag twirlers precede
the Trinity High School Band.
John Tarr held the position of "Head lVIajor" for three years. Johnny
graduates this year.
The majorettes graduating with the Class of "-WU are: Pauline Dolan,
Nlarion Popovich, Dorothy lVIcQuay, Nlildred Janovich, Frances Ash-
more, Molly Nlagdon, and Cloteel Hood. Two flag twirlers also gradu-
ate. They are: Jean McKahan and Alberta Van Nuffelin.
"M AJ OR ETTES"
Jean Meliahan Eleanor Myrgo
Alberta Van Nuffelin
The majorettes and flag twirlers participated actively in parades both
at home and in neighboring towns. They performed at all the football
games before the games and during the half. The majorettes along with
the band well represent our school.
, The Band consists of approximately lifty-five members. ln addition
to games, it marched in the Armistice Day parade at Donora. The Band
took part in the Christmas program and participated in the assembly for
the honor students. It also supplied the music between acts the night
of the Senior play.
The Band had a major part in the Music Festival held in April.
The officers of the Band are:
President ............... Kenneth Headley
Vice-President ...... .... R obert Lawton
Secretary-Treasurer .... ..... J ohn Wright
V-l-C-T-O-R-Y - - - with this cheer and many others the cheerleaders
successfully led the student body again as they rooted for the Hillers.
For the past season the cheerleaders, under the guidance of Miss Shirley
Tanner, have participated actively in assemblies, football games, and
basketball games. They also sponsored, planned, and directed the annual
Helen Armstrong, Harry Beecham, Dorothy Skowvron, and Johnny
Verderber will soon leave their Senior positions to lean Gray, Harry
Nlilligan, Jean Fetherlin, and Lee Roberts.
.loan Moninger, Bob Gaus, Roberta Payne, and David Tarr were
chosen by the student body as new cheerleaders for the following year.
Bob lVilson, recently returned veteran, also served as a cheerleader until
his graduation. Bob was a cheerleader at Trinity when he joined the
The cheerleaders are responsible, in part, for encouraging and main-
taining the high school spirit which Trinity has always known.
VVe hope to see Trinity High Schoolls wrestling team on top in the
Trinity High School resumed the exciting sport of wrestling after sev-
eral years of non-participation during the years of war.
VVith the faithful drilling and training ofthe entire squad, Coach James
hloningcr was able to bring his willing but green squad through the season
with three impressive wins out of eight contests which were scheduled for
Trinity was defeated by their arch rivals of VVashington High School
in two of the most exciting matches of the season.
Coach Moninger's matmen defeated Dormont once with the East Pike
Run 12 bowing to the Hiller matmen twice.
Trinity Washington High
Trinity East Pike Run
Trinity East Pike Run
Trinity Washington High
This year the Trinity five played one of the toughest schedules ever
tackled hy a Hiller quintet. The team was placed in Section V1 with
some of the strongest teams in the state.
The team was built around Headley, Bannister, and Maslik, holdovers
from the previous season. These boys, along with Kaminski, Batson,
Scott, Kocian, and Chivers, played well as a team.
The high spot in the schedule was a thrilling 36-34 overtime win over
Mclieesport. The Hillers also conquered their arch rivals Canonshurg
and Burgettstown, defeating each team twice.
The entire varsity are graduating Seniors and Coach Becker will have
to huild next year's squad from the Reserves.
S U Nl M A R Y
Trinity 21 Uniontown 34
Trinity 38 Chartiers 2
Trinity 35 East Washington
Trinity 39 Canonsburg
Trinity 31 Union
Trinity 45 Union
:iTrinity 31 Baldwin
"Trinity 29 Munhall
iiTrinity 32 MeKeesport
i':Trinity I8 Homestead
iiTrinity 30 Brentwood
Trinity 47 Canonsburg
:iTrinity 27 Duquesne
Trinity 34 Monongahela
fiTrinity 32 Washington High
"Trinity 35 Baldwin
if:Trinity 30 Munhall
7iTrinity 36 McKeesport
i:Trinity 16 Homestead
:iTrinity I9 Brentwood
iiTrinity 31 Duquesne
it League Games.
The Trinity Reserves, coached by Skip Nioore, had a fairly successful
season with 9 wins out of 22 contests in the new Section Vl.
The Reserves showed great possibilities for the coming years with scor-
ing power and good hall handling which enabled them to defeat their
arch rivals of VVashington High School in two meetings. The quintet
also defeated the Gunner Reserves of Canonshurg in two engagements.
Skip's Reserves was composed of Romano, Krishalc, Franks, Tvilliams,
Don Kidder. Lee Kidder, hiancuso, Brown, Rhodes, Barnhart and Boyles.
Trinity 13 Uniontown 25
Trinity 40 Chartiers 12
Trinity East Washington
Trinity Washington High
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Jimmies Service Center
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1006 West Chestnut Street
GEORGE M. WILSON
AUTO REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
Formerly located at 235 Grant Street
32 EAST CHESTNUT STREET
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WE LIKE TO PLAY
Because We Feel At Home
WILLIAM J. WARRICK, JR.
15 EAST BEAU STREET
WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS
THEY SAVE You znq,
0 Upon entering business life you will have man o '
y ccasions to use
one or more of the services of a Bank.
O You are invited to use the many services of this Bank when the
occasion arises for you.
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
16 North Main Street Washington, Pa.
WHERE GOOD CLOTHES COST LESS
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Headquarters for Famous Make Clothes and Furnishings
BVD - Manhattan - Clipper Craft - McGregor
COMPLIMENTS OF -
J. A. RUNGO
217 South Main Street Washington, Pa.
S, f- g Phones: 2281-2282-1775
I THE FOOD MARKET COMPLETE
Attention Teen Agers!
Want a Better Wardrobe?
VACATION SEWING CLASSES
now forming for Girls 10 to 17 years
'and' of age. Classes limited.
s LESSONS FOR 58.00
10 WEST WYLIE AVENUE SINGER SEWING CENTER
47 Wfest Chestnut Street
Washington, Pa. Phone 2879
FEEDS SEEDS FERTILIZERS
WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU
268 WEST WHEELING STREET
Burgettstown: Phone 560 - Main Street Extension
THE NATIONAL STORES CO.
46-48 WEST CHESTNUT STREET
188 North Main Street
T. H. McNary's Jewelry
31 NORTH MAIN STREET
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11 When you bring Prescriptions to us,
you are assured of the dependability
that painstaking compounding puts into
your medicine PLUS the finest quality
ingredients. We use only the products
of reputable pharmaceutical houses well-
known to the medical profession for the
high quality of their preparations. This
is your guarantee that the clrugs will have
the exact strength your doctor anticipated
when he prescribed them for you.
HERD'S DRUG STORES
DESOTO Y 0 u r D e a 1 e r PLYMOUTH
CHARTIERS MOTOR COMPANY
Al G. Stech, Mgr. Res. Tel.: Washington 2600
20 North Franklin Street
WASHINGTON, PA. PHONES: 1000-1501
Best Wishes to the Graduating Clcnss
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SCOTT MOTOR COMPANY
WASHINGTON UNION TRUST COMPANY
COURTESY 0 SERVICE
Member of Federal D p t I ce Corporation
COMPLIMENTS OF . . .
THE MEN'S SHOP
14-16 WEST CHESTNUT STREET
+ Two Doors from Main Street -
THE YOUNG MEN'S STORE
DUNBAR Cr WALLACE LUMBER CO.
1045 JEFFERSON AVE. WASHINGTON, PA.
Everything To Build Anything
McCANN'S CAFETERIA AND
55.00 1 Book Meol Tickets For - S450
ROSS CLEAN ERS
New Location-63 South Main St.
P I A N O S
BEN REYNOLDS Cr CO.
M A J 0 R ' S
Shoes of Chorocter
20 North Main Street
114 WEST WYLIE AVENUE
As Near as Your Phone
WEBER FURNITURE CO.
134 WEST CHESTNUT STREET
MILLER BARBER SHOP
2 East Beau Street
Washington, Pa. BUILDING
THE BIG STORE WITH THE
LITTLE FRoNT J. E. SMITH
Fine Musicol Instruments
65 WEST CHESTNUT ST.
166 South Main St.
ACME QUALITY PAINT
KEMTONE-QLin xp PEST ROY
WALL PAPERS ART SUPPLIES
53 West Chestnut Street
A delicious, nutritious food rndde from milk produced
on Washington County tdrrns
JONES 8' GRIEST, INC.
I WASHINGTON, PA.
JAMES M. LYDIC Cv CO.
P r i n t e r s
' PRINTING FOR ALL BUSINESS
S. B. MCWREATH DAIRY
I REQUIREMENTS B e 1. 1. e r M I k
Phone225 -- ina -
35EastPineAvenu Be-I-1-er B01--I-Ie
I Washington, Pa.
VAUGHT DANCING STUDIO
69 East Wheeling Street Phone 9624
TEACHING ALL KINDS OF DANCING
PRIVATE LESSONS DAILY
CLASSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
AS WELL AS ADULT CLASSES ABOVE TEEN AGE
G. EDGAR GEORGE E.
Insurance For Everything
44 WEST WHEELING STREET WASHINGTON, PA.
IMPERIAL CLEANERS 6' DYERS
3--STORES TO SERVE YOU-3
0 151 South Main Street
0 994 Jefferson Avenue
O 244 West Chestnut Street
THE MANOR MOTOR COMPANY
KAISER AND FRAZER MOTOR CARS
. . . AND . . .
FRAZER FARM EQUIPMENT
214-220 SOUTH MAIN STREET WASHINGTON, PA.
Quality and Service
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
THE WORLD'S LARGEST JEWELERS
OF FINE FRATERNITY AND CLASS JEWELRY
Jeweler to the Junior Class of Trinity High School
YOUR BALFOUR MAN
Charles M. Klingensmith
424 Greenhurst Drive, Mt. Lebanon
Pittsburgh 16, Pa.
Telephone: F Ieldbrook 6801
THE OLYMPUS STAFF takes this opportunity
to express appreciation for the many helpful
suggestions and complete cooperation in the
production of this Olympus.
WARD PRINTING CO.
MQR. C. F. SPRANKLE
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '47.
BE PREPARED TO DEFEND AND PRE-
SERVE THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE.
TYGART VALLEY GLASS CO.
GENERAL FEED G' SUPPLY
236 East Maiden Street
33 North Main Street
R O U T E 3 1
EAST OF WASHINGTON
LINCOLN PACKING CO.
All Home Dressed
MEATS and BOLOGNAS
Beef, Veal, Pork, Lamb
C. E. HARRIS
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