Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA)
- Class of 1950
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QgDmf1fi5LeJ Ly THE STUDENTS
OF TRINITY I-HGH SCHOOL
If, as the poets say "lVIusic hath charms to sooth the savage beasts,"
Mr. Good certainly has the spirit and feel for music.
Laboring under diflicult conditions, Mr. Good has wrought a good
work for us at Trinity High School. As Instructor in music, he has
brought to Trinity's music department a high plane of endeavor and ac-
complishment. He secures the cooperation of his organizations and
coordinates various fields of musical activity to present a balanced pro-
gram of music instruction. 1
His enthusiasm inspires in the students a deep appreciation of the
cultural value of music and develops :1 lasting interest which they carry
through and into their Community activities.
Pzlrtieulnrly, patience with the individual, the beginner, and thor-
oughness in creating n working foundation characterizes his efforts.
The Olympus Staff dedicates this, The 1950 Edition of the Clym-
VVILLIAM C. GOOD
HARRY W. GABBY
We pause to pay tribute to a guiding influence now no longer present
at our counsels.
Mr. Gabby was a member of the Board of Education of Trinity High
School from 1925 until 1949. He served as President of the Board from
1931 until 1945.
For twenty-four years his courage and wisdom in planning for the
growth and development of Trinity High School as well as the elemen-
tary schools of North Franklin Township exercised a profound influence
upon the lives of the children and youth in this area.
Affairs of Trinity were close to his heartg athletics, music, the Olym-
pus, Vocational Agriculture and other activities of the school received
the support of his interest and presence.
Ou! of llze strain of Doing
Into the peace of the Donn
Ou! in lhe lhirxl of PIl7'5Il17l-Q
Info the rapture of lV0n
Out of grey mis! into briglzlncss,
Ou! of pale dusk into Dawn-
Oul' of all wrong into righlness
We from these fields shall be gone.
"Nay," say the sainls, "Noi gone but come,
Into efc7'rzily's Hmrvesl Home."
-W. M. L. FAY.
Donald Harden, a member of the
Junior Class, was born October 10,
1929. While attending Trinity, Don
was enrolled in the Commercial
Course. Following a three months'
illness, Donald died December 28,
Don is gone, and gone forever,
How 'wc miss his smiling face.
Bu! he left' 115 to Remember
None on earth can lake his place.
Paul Henry Koehler was born July
16, 1932 and until his death, May 24,
1949 resided at R. D. Z, Washing-
ton, Pennsylvania. He was the son
of M1'. and Mrs. Otto M. Koehler.
Enrolled in the Academic-Vocational
course, Paul was for three years a
member of the F.F.A. He was a
very active member of his class and
his classmates of the graduating class
of 1950 sadly miss him.
So live, that when thy summolm comes to
The inuzznzeralzle l'!l7'!l'1lHlI which mofues
To tha! mysterious' ?'I'lIIlIlv, 'where each shall
llis' rlnzmhfrr in ihe .vileut halls of rlealh,
Thou go not, like the qzlarry-slave at night,
Sl'0IlI'ged to his IIIIIIHFOII, hui, sustainezl
By an luzfaltfriug frusf, rlfmfnroflcli lhe grave
Like une who wrafr.r fhe zlrapmiy of his
.flbout him, and liex down to pleasant
O Zire Cymemhers
of ihe Qfass O 7Q5O
As you bring to a close four years of work and play and joy in your
associations with your fellow students, your faculty, and your adminis-
tration, what better could the Board of Directors of Trinity High School
wish for you than true happiness throughout the life that is before you.
Some of you will go on to higher education, some will go directly into
the business world, and others will respond to the song of the earth and
find joy in the cultivation of the soil. Lasting happiness, the aim of each
one of us, young and old, comes only when we can serve and help others
and only those who have loved and helped others can understand how
profitable it is to one's own happiness. Love for God, love for one
another, a good reputation, a clear conscience, appreciation of nature,
a peaceful heart, the knowledge of having given happiness to others, a
trained and Well filled mind, satisfaction for duty well done, faith in the
outcome of right, contentment, Well adjusted social relationships - these
are the true aims of happiness. Wherever you go, whatever you do, may
God bless you and may you have divine guidance in the decisions that are
yours to make.
And to you, the Faculty and the Administration, we, the Board of
Directors, extend our sincere and heartfelt appreciation for the fine spirit
of cooperation and loyalty which you have evidenced in your relationship
with the students and with the Board. From this spirit has grown a school
organization of which we can well be proud. Congratulations!
THE BOARD or DIRECTORS OF TRIN1'I'Y HIGH SCIIOOL.
HAROLD M. BRIQNNIQR, P1-esidenl.
I-Immun M. Bluannmz Moss RUTAN J. I'L'tGAN GUTHRIE Wn.Lxs L. RAMSEY
l'rr.rnlrnl Iivlfl' PI'l'.l'Il1I'llf Sfvrciary T1'fa.r11r1'r
South Strnhanc' Fanlon North Franklin Amwell
EARL BROOKMAN Gnouma Bmw Wx'1.m COURSON JOHNATHAN DAY Eowm j. G:XUI.
Canton Canton North Franklin Amwell South Strabane
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' ' 45, ' gf. ,
.v .4 i
j. S. Gnison Ruun HANEY Wn.LxAM H1m'r1.EY PAUL Lewis GLENN MANNON
Amwell South SU-nbnng North Franklin Amwell South Strabane
ftp! - 1
i s t
JMIES M,tR-HN STANLEY MCVVREATH VV. B. Reno Tom' Romfxno
Nm-gl, Franklin South Strabane Amwell Canton
JOHN A. Smrrn CLARENCE 'fmtu MARGARET ULERY GARVIN R. WYLIE
Canton North Franklin Canton Canton
Faris' are stubborn things.
Little .vtrokz-.v fall great oaks.
To a number of people, who have followed
the history of the Olympus since its beginning,
our yearbook is one of many achievements of
which we are justly proud. Each year has been a
challenge to the stall to make a better Annual.
To these Workers I say "congratulations for a job
Our school has made wonderful progress in
the past twenty years. VVith equipment and build-
ings that are not adequate, We have still had a
spirit that is unquenchable. It is my hope for the
future that the School Board, Faculty, and Stu-
dents will give the same splendid cooperation that
they have in the pastg that all departments of the
school will strive to uphold the standards of Edu-
cation that will make each pupil a better indi-
' J. ARLEIGH JOHN, Dean of Students 1930
Washington and Jefferson College, B.S., M.A.g
University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed.g Geometryg
Trigonometryg Algebrag Advisor to the Sen-
juniata College, B.S.g University
burgh, M.Ed.g Plane Geometryg
JAMES R. CLARK, Director of Activities
E- E. VAUGHN ROSS PFINCLIJHI 192
Principal- VVashington and jelfci-ion College B 9 M S
MRS. WANDA FERGUSON 1946
Trinity High Schoolg Secretary to Principal.
' Ch1'l'!'fIll7Il'55 and good-will malef labor lighl.
Graduate work, Uuixersity of Pittsburgh
.fl llIl1g7Iifi!'I'7lf .rpfrlzzrlr o human hajlpzrmrs
I GARNET REESE 1946
F Trinity High Schoolg Secretary to Principal.
Truf hrzppimfss is found in making 0flIl'I'.Y
MARIE ALEXY 1946
Bethany College, A.B.g Physical Ed-
ucation, Vocational Science, Ad-
visor to "T" Club.
Hrallh if happinrsx.
NORMAN ALLISON 1947
Washington and jefferson College,
B.S.g Graduate work, University
of Pittsburgh, Civics, Earth Science,
Wrestling Coachg Assistant Foot-
ball Coachg Faculty Manager.
It it not enough to do goody
one must do it in the right fway.
MRS. AGNES AULD 1942
University of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.L.g
Advisor to Science Clubg Chemistryg
Physicsg General Science.
Good imtrnrtion is halter than richer.
MRS. BEATRICE CARMICHAEL
Margaret Morrison, Carnegie Col-
lege, Carnegie Institute of Technol-
ogy, B.S.g Home Economicsg Advisor
to Home Economics Club.
A kind face is a bountiful facf.
JOHN N. CROSBIE 1947
Pennsylvania State College, B.S.g
Vocational Agricultureg Advisor of
Junior Classy Advisor to Trinity
- F.F.A. Chapter.
To make a man of yourself
you must toil.
MRS. LOIS CORDY 1948
Nursingg School Nurse.
A marry heart is better lhall any
MILTON T. DECKER 1937
Waynesburg College, B.S.g Gradu-
ate work, Pennsylvania State Col-
lege, California State Teachers Col-
legeg Physical Education, Athletic
Dare to do right hui fear to do lwrong.
MRS. GARNET ALLISON 1942
Slippery Rock State Teachers Col-
lege, University of Pittsburgh,
A.B.g Graduate work, VVashington
and jefferson College, World His-
toryg Civics, Olympus Stalfg Advisor
to the Trinity Historians.
Thr I'l"lUl1l'd of II thing fwvll done,
ir Io hnfvr' dom' it.
MRS. EMILY AULD 1936
University of Pittsburgh, A.B.g grad-
uate work, Washington and jeffer-
son College, English.
Thorn ir no -wisdom like f1'ank11c.vs.
IRVIN BEHANNA 1947
Trinity High Schoolg Assistant Su-
pervisor of Buildings and Grounds.
fl good 1111171 is ll public good.
MRS. SHIRLEY EDVVARDS 1945
Grove City College B.S. in C., Typ-
ing, Commercial Law, Business
Technique, Advisor to Cheerlead-
ers, Advisor to junior Class.
Lvl all thingy hr' dont' AlI'l'I'lllly
ami In nrn'rr.
C. WERNER GAYVERT 1931
Supervisor of Buildings and
XI friend in urn! is fl frifml lilllfftl.
CLEON HALLAM 1926
VVashington and jefferson College,
A.B., M.A., Graduate work, Uni-
versity of Piltshurgli, l'rohlems of
Democracy, Algebra, Advisor to
Though I am nlfwayr in haste,
I nm uvfvrr in a hurry.
.IENNIE M. FERRALLI 1942
Washington Seminary, Pennsylvania
College for Women, A.B., Gradu-
ate work, Pennsylvania State Col-
lege, American History, Olympus
Staff, Advisor to the Trinity His-
torians, Advisor to the Freshman
.4 -'witty fwoman is a tl'l'll5Ill'!7l','
a lwitfy beauty is n pofwcr.
WILLIAM C. GOOD 1941.
Carnegie Institute of Technology,
A.B., Graduate work, Carnegie In-
stitute of Technology, Director of
Music, Band, Orchestra, Mixed
Gl'lIlll'7lL'.6'.S' don: marc than fviolence.
C. CARLTON HARRY 1949
Pennsylvania State College, B.S.,
Vocational Agriculture, Advisor to
No .rfwrnt corrms fwithout some xftvcrlt.
MRS. LUCILLE HEIL 1948
Margaret Morrison Carnegie Col-
lege, Carnegie Institute of Tech-
nology, B.S., Home Economics, Ad-
visor of Home Economics Club,
Advisor to Cafeteria Club, Advisor
to Eighth Grade Class.
Onlfr and mflhorl make all things easy.
MRS. FRANCES HUFFMAN 1943
Indiana State Teachers College, B.S.,
Graduate work, Waynesburgh Col-
lege, Shorthand, Typing, Olympus
Staff, Advisor to Commercial Club,
Advisor to junior Y-Teens.
life learn to do by doing.
FLOYD H. HOOTMAN 1945
VVashington and jefferson College,
B.S.: Graduate work, Washington
and jefferson College, General Sci-
ence, Visual Education, Senior Sci-
Ilfithout truth there can he no
BERTRAM ISENBERG 1946
Washington and jefferson College,
A.B., Graduate work, Washington
and Jefferson College, University of
Pittsburgh, English, journalism,
Advisor to The Hiller, Director of
The fwarld k7I0fLU.F nothing of
1t.f greatest 7IlL'71.
MRS. MARY MANSBARGER 1946
VVayneslmurg College, A.B.g Frenchg
Schools are work ll01l.S'1'5
CHARLES M. MCCLELLAND 1946
Pennsylvania State College, B.S,g
Supervisor of Agriculture, Ag. Shopg
Advisor to Senior Classy Advisor
to Trinity F,F.A. Chapter.
Honor lin: in honfsl toil.
MRS. MARY MATILDA MEGO
Waynesliurg College, A.B.g Gradu-
ate work, University of Pittshurgllg
Lifr is fwllal fwe make il.
JAMES A. MONINGER 1931
Washington and jefferson College,
B.S.g Graduate work, Washington
and jefferson College, Earth Sci-
ence, English, Assistant Football
Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach,
Advisor to Sophomore Class.
Collfdrnrrf cannof br Kwon in ll day. -
RUTH A. MYERS 1941
Muskingum College, A.B.g Gradu-
ate work, Muskingum College, Uni-
versity of Pittslzurghg Englishg Civ-
icsg Librariang Advisor to Senior
Y-Teensg Advisor to Senior Class.
Tell me fwliai you rmd and
I'll tall you -'what you arc.
MARTHA E. MONINGER 1947
Pennsylvania College for Womeng
University of Pittsburgh, A. 15.3
Graduate work, Washington and
jefferson Collegeg English.
Self-tru.rl is the first .r1'cr1't of .ruu'z'.r.v.
JACK REA 1949
Trinity High Schoolg Assistant jan-
itor, Assistant Faculty Manager,
XI lrrm frirnd is f0I'f"'UL'I' I1 frienrl.
MRS. LILLIAN MANOR 1949
University of Pittsburgh, B.S.g Arith-
meticg Englishg Geography, General
Rfjirrmf on luv' lips,
but ll smile in hrr I'yI'.f.
MRS. WINONA McCULLOUGIrg 4
VVestminster College, B.B.A.3 Grad-
uate work, University of Pittsburghg
Typingg General Business Train-
ing, Business Tecliniqueg Advisor
to Sophomore Class.
You F1171 7ll"'Ul'l' 1111111 ilu' fllfllfl'
by Ihr' 111111.
MRS. WILMA MITCHELL 1942
Wayneshurg College, A.B.g Gradu-
atc work, University of Pittsburgh,
Washington and jefferson College,
Bookkeeping, Elementary Algehrag
Advisor to junior Y-Teens.
Plough deff! rwlzilr' .vluggnrrls xlfap.
MRS. MEXA ROBERTS 1946
Cafeteria Managcrg Advisor of
ll is hard in lnlmr fwflh
an flnply Jflllllllfh.
MRS. RUBERT SMITH 1942
VVestmiusl'er College, li.S.g Graduate
work, Washington and jefferson Col-
lege: Mathcmalicsg Algehrag Ad-
visor to Go-To-College Clulm.
fl Iiff' fwilhuul Il flllffilhfl' is
I1 .fhip fu.'itl1ur1l Il rmltlfr.
PAUL SEDLAK 1948
State Teachers College of Cali-
fornia, B.S.g Graduate work, Uni-
versity of Pittsburghg Geographyg
Commercial Geographyg Advisor to
junior Hi-Yg Advisor to Eighth
Kina' 'works ran nrfuzfr dir.
MRS. MARGARET SPRIGGS 1933
Geneva College, A.l3.g Graduate
work, University of PlUSl7lll'gl'lQ
Pennsylvania State College: Lating
Civicsg Advisor to Latin Club.
llolmrl labor lmnrs a lnfvrfly fam.
.l. HOWARD WILSON 1233
Thiel College, B.S.g VVashiugton and
jefferson College, M.A.g Biologyg
Ilr' is ll 'win' man fwllo is an
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DAVID EARL TAYLOR Dave
Football 3, +3 Baseball 3, +5 Hi-Y 3, 4-g
Oliicer 35 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Officer
+3 S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 25 Class Ofiicer 3, 45
May Day 3, 4-g Science Club 4, Olympus
Staff -Lg Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Track 1.
Hr"ll br' in Hollyfwood sorncrlzly.
BOYD RIGGLE Rig
Basketball 23 Home Room Officer 3, 43
Class Oflicer 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 45
May Day 33 Hi-Y +5 Student Patrol 4,
Olympus Staff 4g Student Council 4, Rifle
Like: to croon sauce! .fong.v.
DOROTHY GAMBLE Dot
Cheerleader 2, 3, -lg Class Oflicer 2, 3, 49
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 2, May Day 1,
2, 3g Home Room Officer 2, 3, -l.
A frifnd lo all Mr' n1cr'l.r.
ELEANOR COLUSSI Nina
Bridgeville High Schoolg Y-Teens 2, 3,
+3 Oflicer 45 S.P.Q.R. Club 2g Go-'I'o-Col-
lege Club 3, 45 Oliice Girl 2, 3, -lg Usher
+5 Olympus Staff 45 Science Club +3 Of-
ficer 45 Librarian -lg Home Room Officer
2, 3, 43 Class Ofiicer 3, 4g Monitor 3, May
Day 2, 3, Magazine Campaign -lf.
Trinily'.r mor! loyal Jujrfborlcr.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
We of the Class of 'l5O,' came a long way from the scared group
of dumb Freshmen who met in the fall of 1946. We organized our
class and elected ofiicers and advisors. The highlight of the year
was the Hobo Party.
Ofiicers elected Were:
President ......... ..... R obert Czmiel
Vice President ..... ..... B arbara Morrow
Secretary ......... ......... A udrey Popovich
Treasurer ...... ........... D orothy Bodnar
Advisors ........ .. .... lMi5S Ruth Myers
lMr. Charles McClelland
Yvith more sophistication We returned in '47 with the main events
of the year being the Apple Blossom Dance and a Hobo Party.
Our Sophomore officers were:
President .................... ..... .I ames Furda
Vice President .... ........ J ames Scott
Secretary .... .... . . ..... Dorothy Gamble A
Treasurer ...... . .... . ........... . ...... . . .Beatrice Comito
Returning our Junior Year with greater enthusiasm, we made this
year very successful with the colorful Peppermint Dance, the Annual
Junior Prom, the Junior Play "Head First" and a Hobo Party.
Oliicers elected Were:
President ........ ..... D avid Taylor
Vice President .... ........ B oyd Riggle
Secretary ...... ..... D orothy Gamble
Treasurer .... . . . . Eleanor Colussi
To all lIf,1N'IlI'lI7Ifl'.l',
mrrk and quwl, but--I?
Jean Aucliu Jeanie
Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, 4, Home Room
Ofiicer lg Ofiice Girl 4.
Mona Lea Andrew Mona Lea
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Ofiicer Zg
Home Room Officer 1, 3, May
Day 33 Librarian 3, 43 Officer
43 Commercial Club 3, 45 Oflicer
-lg Commencement Usher 3.
.All-wny.r rfarfy fwitll a
Patty Lou Auld
Commercial Club 3, 4.
Slm'l1 makc an efcicnl .rccrctary.
be fwithoul hrr?
William Baldwin Bill
' Quiet? Wflli- .
Gloria Jean Bayne Dorie
Cafeteria Club 4-g Y-Teens 1, 2.
Hfhnf fwvuld our C!1fl'fK'I'it1
A.V.S,O. lg Science Club 3, 43
RiHe Club 45 Hi-Y 4.
A jrlnzmnl chair fwlzo airways
y'rf'vI.s you fwith a smile.
Robert Barbour Bob
Hi-Y 1, 2.
Marjorie J. Bednarski Margie
Beginning Girls' Cborus lg Mix-
ed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Beginning
Strings 1, 25 Orchestra 3, 4-Q
Student Council 3, 49 Y-Teens
2, 3 43 Hiller Staff 3g Assistant
Nmmr II dull nznnmnt ! !
Frank Bellotti Frankie
I-Ii-Y 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 3g
Vifrestling Manager 2.
Small and quiz-I, ir he ? ? ? ?
Donald Breese Dun
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, +5 Band 35 Band
Manager 45 Student Patrol -I-5
Home Room Oliicer +5 Rifle Club
Doe: he like tllzr girl: ? ! !
Richard Brezinski Dick
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Oaicer 3, 4,
Student Patrol 4.
M671 of fmu 'words arf' the
Dorothy Briggs Dotty Lloyd Briggs Lloyd
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Ee. 1,
25 Cafeteria Club 3, 45 Officer 4.. lyhp,-0 is he ? Q
Shc'.r zz credit to lmr fricndr.
John Roy Bird Johnny
,P Ir lm as quiet as he JEUIIIJ?
Dorothy Boclnar Dot
May Day 15 Class Otlicer 15
Home Room Oilicer 1, 2, 45 Hiller
Staff 35 History Club 3, 4.
A fwec, '1.Ui7lJOIl1L' thing.
Yvonne Brehm Vonnie
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 2, 3,
45 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus Stal?
3, 45 Science Cluh +5 History
Club 3, 45 Go-To-College Club 45
Usher 45 Office Girl 4.
A frieml lo one and all.
Keith Bricker Brick
Band 2, 3, 45 Ollicer 45 l-Ii-Y 1,
2, 45 Student Patrol 4-5 Home
Room Officer 2, 4.
Crzrfffee, as river, is Bride.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Violet Bissett Nooks
Commercial Club 3, +5 Otlicer 45
S.P.Q.R. Club 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens
3, 45 Olympus Staff 3, 45 Editor
-l-5 History Club 3, -l-.
.4 f5!l'!1.l'illfl pfrsorirzlily.
Mary Bolton Lightning
H1'r ambition is lu br an nrlirl.
Joyce Bristor George Bungarcl Dewey
Student Council 2, 4, Home Room Laugh and Iuka' liff' fasy.
Officer 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, -lg
Oflicer 45 May Day 1, 23 Usher
-lg l-Iistory Club 3, -fp Ofiiccr 3,
Librarian 2, +3 Oflicer -I-3 I-Iiller
Stafli 3g Iiimlitor 3 Go-To-College
Club 45 Commencement: Usher 3.
If'll!1f ruff' flinzplfxrf
Ruth Bungartl Rickey Robert K. Byers Sweeny
Band 2, 33 Y-Teens 4. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, -lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Of IIHIIIIIFI' grnllr,
of llft'Cfl07IJ mild.
Orchestra 3, -I-g Exhibit Team 3,
Demonstration 4g Student Pa-
,-1 yum! farmfr hz' 'will bc.
Harold Caesber Slicker
Science Club 35 Hi-Y 4.
Sigh no morn, IIIIHFJ,
Jigh no more.
Harry Chase Bud
fl baslzful farmer boy.
William Clayton Bill
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1, 33
Science Club 45 Home Room Of-
A ficer Ig Hi-Y 4.
A .mcrrnrs in auyllling.
Archie Chalfant Arch
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Stu-
dent Patrol 4g Home Room Oili-
All mrn arf dust,
but somz' are gold duff.
A.V.S.O. 1, 23 Basketball Man-
ager 2g Football 2, 3, Baseball
2. 3, 4, Rifle Club 4.
Eugene T. Clendaniel Clem
A.V.S.O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2,
3, 43 Science Club 4.
Alfwayx willing to cooperate.
Vivian L. Combs Rusty
Wash High 1, West Alexander
25 Commercial Club 3, 4, Girls'
Chorus 1, 2, 3g Y-Teens 1, 2.
Rusty has nmdz' hrrrzrlf
lnmfwn at Trinity.
Mixed Chorus 2, 3.
Lililz' friend: may llc great friends.
Malcolm Lee Cowen Cowen
Student Patrol 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 45
History Club 3, 4g Oflicer 43
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, Science Club
4, Olympus Staff 4.
The A-world is fwarthy of such nmn.
Kenneth W. Cox Kenny
I have I1 hear!
for nfvery jay.
Science Club 3.
Tomorrofw, tomorrofw, nut today.
Katherine Cox Kay
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, Z, 3, 4, Go-To-
College Club 4-5 Science Club 43
Cafeteria Club 4, Y-Teens, 1, 2,
Laugh and be fwrll.
Band 1, Z, 3, 4, Track 1.
Hn has a fwill and I1 fway.
Mary Lou Crispin Mary Lou
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 3, -I-g Go-To- ',f,
College Club 4, Science Club 4,
Cafeteria Club 4, Y-Teens 1, 2,
From her joyour eyes l
l l v
IZ tfwiuklc yleams. .
Beatrice Joyce Comito Bebe
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Home Room
Otlicer 1, 2, 4-g Student Council
1, 2, Otlicer lg May Day 1, 2,
Class Oflicer 2g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,
4-Q S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2.
Shf' musl lm J'l'l'7l
to bn appwrifllrrl.
Ira T. Coughenour Coaky
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
llfluxic is 'wall .mid to be
the .v,l1ez'cl1 of angels.
Anna May Critchfield Ann
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Otlicer 23
May Day 2, Hiller Staff 3,
junior Play 35 Go-To-College
Club -lg Ollice Girl 4, Librarian
Shu is n good frinml and mrrry.
Ann Crowe Ann
T-Club 3, 4, Majorette 3, May
Day 1, Home Room Otlicer 23
Y-Tecns 1, 2, 3, 4-g Gym Oliice
071615 ryrur are fwlmt om' ix.
Carol Joyce Crompton Carol
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus
1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, May
Day 23 Go-To-College Club 3,
4, Oflicer 4, Monitor 45 Science
Club 4-g Olympus Staff 4.
Hfr .ffvp is music,
and her fvoire is Jong.
Commercial Club 3, 4g Usher 4.
It is I1 friendly lmart that
lm: plenty of friends.
Gffuz' ut, oh, gifve ut,
Babeball 3, 4.
.4 llly.ffZ'l'y to Ihr' girls.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, -I-3 Base-
ball 3, 4, Rille Club 4.
Ihr man fwho .rings at hir fwork.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4-g Baseball 3.
I lnracticv basebrzll mffry day,
S0 fha! I mn sim' on nfvery play.
Robert Czmiel Bob
Football 1, Z, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2,
3, 43 S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 25 Home
Room Oflicer 1, 2, Student Coun-
cil 2, Class Of-Hcer lg Hi-Y 1,
2, 3, 4, junior Play 33 Science
Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 45
May Day 1.
fl regular lm-man.
H 'true friend to all.
Librarian 3, 4, Oiiice Girl 45 Y-
Teens 4, Hiller Stall: 3.
Sim is 7120171615 persorzifed.
Shirley' Ann Dobscha Shirl
Commercial Club 3, 45 Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 45 Science
Silrnre is golden.
Mary Rose Duball
Home Ec. 1, 2, T-Club 3, 45
Oflicer 4-g Y-Teens 4.
Mary Roto has ll smiling fare,
And in this 'world .vho'll ,ind
Frances Louise Ellis Jeep
Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, 4, Librarian
3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
You can? .fhut her of
like you can a radio.
Harry Dewitt Dink
Football 2, 3, 4.
14 puzzle to the !mc'h1'r.r.
Margaret Ann Dicks Peggy
Y-Teens 1, 2g Librarian 2, 3, 43
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4-5 Science
Club 4, Latin Club 1, 2.
Oh, lVIarge! I ha-'uc'
.vomzfthing to toll you.
Margaret Dickey Peg
Home Ec. Club I, 2g Cafeteria
Club 2, 33 Hiller Stall 35 Y-
Teens 2, 3, -lg Science Club 43
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 23 Usher 45
Camera Club 1.
lllfldrst of IIll1Il7ll'I' and
moyl gonllr of lzmrt.
Betty June Dobscha June
Commercial Club 3, 45 Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 43 Science
ff mmlrl of quir'tncs.v.
rl r rl
Charles Dragan Foulball
F.F.'A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4.
171 football he al-way: f1.ui11.v,
Because hc ix. one of Ihr' touch-
Viola Dunkle Skippie
Band 2, 3g Cafeteria Club 4.
On hw' musical fluff.
Harry E. Evans Sputs l
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,43 Hi-Y 43 Home
room Oliicer 3, 45 Student Patrol l
43 junior Play 3, Student Coun-
Lilac: to talk to the girl:
:while on duty.
Elizabeth Farubee Betty
Y-Teens 1, Z, 43 S.l'.Q.R. Club
1 I, 2, Go-To-College Club 3, 45
Band 2, 3, -lg Olympus Stall 4,
Science Club 45 Orchestra 3, 4.
lla.: II :milf for l"Ul'I'y07lI'.
Robert Fitch Bob
Bob ix fond of tearing girls,
Especially Ilmxv fwlih lll'1llIL'ffL'
Robert Lee Finch Bob
I-li-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Of-
ficer 1, 2, -lg junior Play 35 Hil-
ler Staff 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4.
Ilix irltrrrsl ix in the
l"rr.fl11n1n1 Cla .f.v.
.loan B. Foglia
Home Room Oilicer lg Y-Teens
1, 2, 45 T-Club 3, 45 Orlicer 43
llome Ee. Club 1, 23 Usher 4.
.4 faithful fworhw' you are,
Your friendly jmrsofzalily A-will
grl you far.
mlnparly of ladies.
out of right.
Richard C. Foster Dick
Hi-Y 1, 2, 4g Home Room Of-
ficer 33 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43
Science Club 3, -lg junior Play
33 Rifle Club -lg Vllrestling 4.
For thi' girls, hz' rlorns Lwhat hr crm.
ThaI's fwhy fwr' fall him our
James E. Furda Jim
Olympus Staff 3, 4g Home Room
Ollicer 25 Class Oflicer 25 Foot-
ball 3, 4g May Day 23 Hiller
Stall 3 5 Student Council 23 VVash-
ington High School 1.
I ani furry foml of Ihr
Camera Club lg Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, 4, Girls' Chorus lg Mixed
Chorus 3, 45 Hiller Stall 3,
Olympus Staff 3, 4, May Day 1,
2, junior Play 35 Go-To-College
Club 4, Commencement Usher 3.
.fl smile, thrn a giggle, then a
Hfill tell us fha! Barluzra is not
Margaret Janette Franks Peggy
Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus
1, 2, May Day 3.
.4 .vfwfvt charming girl is she.
Ami h'7lD'LUl'fh fwhat lr dignity.
T.Club 3, 4g Home Ec. Club 23
Oflicer Z, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
Thr Human Talking ll'If1l'l1l7lP.
Mary Ann Gniewkoski
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, T-Club 3,
45 Student Council 25 Home Ee.
Club 1, 2.
I: it thr' rye: or the disjlosition
that lII!1,i'!'.1' her popular?
Rebecca Joanne Hart Becky Jo
Commercial Club 3, 43 Oliicer 43
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Officer 23
Librarian 3, -lg Oliicer 43 May
Day 13 Home Room Ol'l'icer 3,
43 Senior Quartet 43 Olympus
Staff 3, 43 Student Council 3.
The quezfn of llfclartr.
Lloyd Hatfield Mayor
Gun-.vs I'll go lo school today.
Evelyn Marie Hayden Snooky
Commercial Club 3, 4.
Efvolyn is :mall but it
iJ7l,f .rize that L'01l7If5.
James Gradert Slim
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43
Science Club 43 Orchestra 2,
3, 43 Home Room Oflicer lg
Student Council 3.
,fllfways rmdy to t'l11lJl' mixchiof .
Audrey Guthrie Gus
Go-To-College Club 3, 43 Y-
Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 43
May Day 23 Usher 43 Monitor 43
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 23 Band 2, 33
Librarian 33 Ofhce Girl 43 Cam-
era Club 1.
Angel in Diryuire.
Kenneth Grove Fuzzy
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, -I-3 Senior Hi-Y 4. l
Half rhm'1'ful the fwholf day.
Mildred Hague Millie
Washington High School 1, 2, 33
Sketch and Craft Club 1, 2, 3:
Y-Teens 1, 2.
I.rn'f she ruff?
Josephine Hartzell Jo
Home EC. Club 13 Usher Club
33 Y-Teens 4.
Do you hafvc your English done?
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 44 Band z, 35
Go-To-College Club 43 Monitor
43 Mixed Chorus 4.
A jJIra.rant disposition.
Patty Heatley Pat
T-Club 13 Y-Teens 4.
Alfwayx ready for ll good time.
Lew Ronald Hellman Luigi
Football 1, 2, 3, VVrestling 1, 4,
Hi-Y 3, 4.
Shoo! Ihr Shrrhrrl lo mc, Ilerbcrl.
Helen Herceg Tootie
Oh, this lfarrzing, -'what Il thing it ix.
Charles B. Henry Chuck
Hi-Y 1, 2g Hiller Stall: 3, Science
Happy um I, from mrz' l'm free,
Ilfhy !1I'L'7l,f they all contented like
Sarah Ann Hewitt
Orchestra 2, 3, 45 May Day 3,
41 Y-Teens 1, Girls' Chorus 1.
fl inn' friend to all.
Fulton F. Hickman Flash
Hi-Y 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, -l-Q
Student Patrol 4.
Girls, hc'.r a crooncr.
Hfho it if that-defer all care
And of it he zs not afwarc,
Who IJ ll zzrlzsqrzce 1'-'uz'ryfwl1er1'?
Q-Not Jllllllllt' .l .'
Mona Jean Houston Mona Jean
Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4-3 T-Club 2, 3,
4-g May Day 1, 25 OfHce Girl 2,
-1-g Gym Ollice 2, 3, 4, Officer
4-g Student Council 4, Home
Room OHicer 1, 2, 43 junior Play
33 Hiller Staff 3.
Why teaclzers get gray.
Patricia L. Hickman Pat
Y-Teens 1, 2.
Shz"ll 11efvfr be an old maid.
Ruth Hodgens Ruthie
Y-Teens 35 Home Ec. Club 1, 2,
Officer 15 Commercial Club 3,
+5 T-Club 45 Camera Club 1.
I -warzrza kll0fbU all about you.
Clara Marie Howard Sis
Tall and quivl.
Carl Melvin Ivery Heavy
Track lg Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Football 1, 2, Band 1.
I didn? haw' tiny? lo .vtudy
betausz' I mmf 171 too Iaie.
Fred Kelley Fred
Science Club -l-5 junior Hi-Y 1, 25
Officer 1, Student Patrol 4.
We 'wander if hr is
airway: so quiet.
Margaret Eunice Kelley Maggie
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus
1, 23 Mixed Chorus 4g History
Club 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Go-
To-College Club 4g Monitor 4.
A nice prrxorzality.
Bill Hull' Bill
Shirley Hudak Shirley
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Go-To-Cob
lege Club -l-g Home Ec. Club 1,
25 Home Room Ofiicer lg May
Day 2, Usher 4.
Science Club 3, 4.
Hr myx girl: arf' hi: hubby.
Silrnrr :with a .vfwrfl smile.
Mary Hurzon Babe
Home Room Ofiicer 2, 3, 43 T-
Club +5 Home Ec. Club 1, 25
Robert Humphreys Bob
Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 4,
Student Council 35 Home Room
To :lady or not to study,
that is my question.
Nancy James N an
Commercial Club 3, 45 Y-Teens
1, 2, 3g Oflicer 33 May Day lg
Home Room Officer 35 Mixed
Chorus 3, 4.
Quiet and friendly.
I-N.. ,. L
Leroy Kelley Dutch
F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 45 Track 1.
Seen but not heard.
Donald Kler Don
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1,
A good farmer lu' 'will make.
Martha Knish Mickey
May Day lg llomc Room Ollicer
1, 2, 3, -l-Q Librarian 3, -lg Mixed
Chorus 2, -lg junior Play 3,
Edward Francis Lahosky Goose
ls hz' airways so .l'l'I'i0ll.l'?
New Brighton High School 1, 2.
1'lli:.rn1 by all. y
John Lapacik Lapois
Edith Louise Lash Edie
Home Ec. Club 15 Commercial
Club 3, -I-.
Cheerful at all tifrzcr.
Dolores Jean Laskowski Wow
Home Ec. Club 1, 25 Girls' Corus
13 Advanced Chorus 2.
Her nickname 'rits puff:-rlly.
Betty Martin Betty
May Day lg Y-Teens 1, Z, 4g
Commercial Club 3, 43 junior
Play Usher 33 Commencement
Jean Lash Twin
Home Ec. Club 1.
Knofwing her is quite 'l.U0ff,lfbUllilL'.
Geraldine Livingood Jerry
Y-Teens 3, 4.
Sho yvix around.
Betty Jane McCartney Betty
Band 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
Small and neat.
Mary Louise Pickens Murph
Y-Teens 1, 2, May Day 2,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Com-
mercial Club 3, 4.
fl .rmilr that rprrales.
Gaylord Plants Pep
Ir he fwfr at school on time?
Helen Marie Plazak Helen
Commercial Club 3, 45 Oflicer 43
Olympus Staff 4.
Oh! .vo neat and quiet.
Mary Virginia Osborne Mary
e .4 frirnd tu mmryane.
An all around Jpori.
Lila Beatrice Pirrung
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Commercial
Club 3, 4, History Club 3, 4-Q
Home Room Ollicer 2, Home Ec.
Club 1, 25 Oflicer 2, Student
Marian Plants Min
Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus
2, 3g Home Room Oflicer Zg
Commercial Club 3, 4.
Nz'-ver ll dull moment.
Joseph Pochiba Joe
Is he efucr quietil?
Richard Phelan Dick
Senior Hi-Y 43 Science Club 3,
4, Latin Club 1, 2g Baseball 2,
3, 4-g Wrestling 3, 43 Band 1, 2,
3g Student Patrol 4.
Ernest Peterson Ernie
Basketball 1, 33 Track 1g Mixed
Chorus 3, 45 Band 2.
IVM11 a charaftrr!
Raymond Philips Hoke
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
To be I1 f!ll'IIH'I' is his aim.
Virginia Morrison Ginny Barbara Louise Morrow Barb
Oflice Girl 4. Class Officer lg Home Room Of-
Plrasrufr and polifr. Heel' 1: 42 Mal' Day 1? Y'Teen5
1, 2, 3, 43 Olympus Staff 3, 45
Hiller Staff 33 Majorette 2, 3, 45
Head Majorette 4, junior Class
Play 33 Oflice Girl 33 Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4.
llfhat a majorette ! !
Marceline Mowl Mazzie Joseph Muller Joe
Girls' Chorus Ig Mixed Chorus F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
21 35 01'ClwSf1'fI 1- 21 3' 4- lVvn'l thc ball efvcr ring?
llfomlrr fwhnl hm' amlfilion is?
Patti Ann Murphy Pat
Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, 4, OI'Cl'lCSt1'Z1
I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus lg Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, S.P.Q.R. Club
1, 2, 3, 4-Q Officer 43 Go-To-
College Club 4, Monitor 4-g Sci-
ence Club 4.
.4 rrndil io the class.
James Neil Jim
Wash High 1, 25 Football 3, 4-g
Wrestling 2, 3, -ig Hiller Staff 3.
llfreslliug and girlr arc
his main in1c're.rt.f.
Donald Nicholls Sleepy
lValcL' me up when the bell ringr.
Joan Patricia Negle Pat
Y-Teens 3, 4, Librarian 43
Hiller Staff 3, Office Girl 43
:I .nnilc for all.
Robert Newell Bob
Baseball lg Wrestling 25 A.V.
S.O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 4.
Tearing girls ir his hobby.
Lois Ruth Osborne Lois
Plcamnt and friendly.
Marya Rita McClay Mar
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Oflicer 45
Librarian 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45
Officer 43 S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 25
Home Room Oliicer 35 History
Club 3, 45 junior Play 35 Olym-
pus Staff 3, 45 May Day 45
Magazine Campaign Secretary
45 Science Club 45 Officer 45
Go-To-College Club 3, 45 Ollice
What fwould the flax:
do 'without her?
James McElhaney Mac
Wrestling Manager 3.
Wondcl' if ha like: Jcllool?
Grover McCormick Mac
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
Nu! as gulf! a.r hr' s1'v111.r.
Ethel McNary Essie
Home Ec. Club 2, 3.
Janet Marilyn McVay Marilyn
May Day 1.
Nia' Zhing: some in :mall packages.
Elizabeth Ann Meek Betty
Cafeteria Club 35 Home Ec.
Plea.va11t at all times.
Ethel Marie Miller Shorty
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Commercial aa
Club 3, 45 Olympus Staff 4.
Sh: would make zz good xccrctrzry.
3, 45 S.P.Q.R.
Club 3, 45 Go-To-College 3, 45
Monitor 3, 4.
A future 71lH'.Vl?.
Y-Teens 1, 2,
Student Patrol. 4
Carolyn Polen Carnie
Y-Teens 1, 21 May Day 1, 23
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 33 Student
Council 2, Go-To-College Club
Not 11: .fhy 115 Ihr' J'I'1'IIl.f.
Steve Price Steve
Nolhing llir11l1'1'.r or
Commercial Club 3, 4.
Small, but 4-11w'gr'1ic.
itor 3, 4.
S.P.Q.R. Club l, 2, 3, +5 Y-Teens
Go-To-College Club 3, 4g
3 Science Club 4, His-
3, 4, Usher -lg Mon-
Frances Prowitt Sis
You mn drpend on hor.
Betty Raipe Bet
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4, Olympus Staff 4.
Good nntnrcd and congenial.
Ida Mae Renner Butch
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Go-To-Col-
lege Club 3, 4, May Day Z3 Li-
brarian -4-, Office Girl 3, 4, Home
Room Officer 1, 4, junior Play.
fl smile that bring I'!'.l'pfl7lJUJ'.
Anne Marie Puskarich Push
T-Club 2, 3, 4-g Oliicer 2, 45 Y-
Teens 2, 3, 4, Home Room Of-
ficer lg Oflice Girl 2, 3, 45 Gym
Otlice 2, 3, 4.
Gay as can bc.
Jesse C. Reese Jake
Home Room Oflicer 1, 3, -I-.
Nmmr a dull lnamzvlt.
Moss Rutan Jr.
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Ol-licer 45 Latin
Club 3, 4, Officer +3 Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Junior Play, Student Coun-
cil 1, 3, +5 Olympus Staff 3, 4,
Student Patrol 4, Home Room
Officer 1, 3, 4, Science Club -l-.
Plcamnt and polite.
Just one Jewell kid.
Arthur L. Seaman
Science Club 4.
Nvfucr I1 rare.
Jay R. Shillito
Hi-Y 3, 43 Science Club 3, 45
Rifle Club 4.
llflisclzicf-Jay fwzzx lllerc.
Antoinette Siedlak Toni
Beginning Band 1g Cafeteria
Quin! bu! ll good -worlecr.
John Skariot Johnny
Hi-Y 3, 4.
Quint but nice.
Beginner Girls' Chorus 1, Ad-
vanced Girls' Chorus 2.
Scott Schriener Scotty
Webster Spring's High School
1, 2, 3.
Silmza' is golden.
Robert L. Shankovich Bob ,
Drum Major 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
4-Q Camera Club lg S.P.Q.R. Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, junior
Playg Science Club 4, Home
Room Orlicer 15 Olympus Stal? 4.
Knofwing him, is
Ida Shulin Ida Mae
Home Economics 1, 2, Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 43 History Club 3.
A friend to all -who knofw her.
Betty Simms Bets
Claysville High School 1, 2, His-
tory Club 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4,
Fricnrlly to all.
Arthur W. Smith
The Duke of Weavertown
Ne-ver tires of talking.
Helen Snyder '
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, -I-3 May Day 1, '
23 Majorette 33 junior Play
Usherg Home Room Ollicer 1.
Mary Elizabeth Snow Sis
Home Economics Club I, 2.
Nm! nm! Iliff.
Surmy .rmilf and rlisjrfuiliorl.
Carmella Spino Carmie Shirley Sprowls Shirley
Commercial Commercial '
Y-Teens 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 43
Orchestra 3, 4-g Home Room Of-
ficer lg Commercial Club 3, 4.
lijficiency plus. ,
Y-Teens 1, 45 l-lome Economics
Club 1, Z.
Bubble: fwilh rnlhusiasm.
I X Patricia Stephenson Pat Sally Ann Stolfer
I Y-Teens 1, 2, Commercial Club
Alfwflyx rrncly to lend a
I Harold Swart Jack Bill Swartz
Science Club 43 Hi-Y 1, 2.
.4lfway,v ready for a good time.
Small but mighty.
John Eddie Tarr III Slick
Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43
Home Room Oflicer 1, Hi-Y 3,
4-g F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Wrestling 1.
Ready for action.
, Jack Taylor
Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Chorus 3, Scienc
th s're'.v a fway.
Wrestling 1, 35 Hi-
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43
15 Home Ecnomics Club 1, 2.
Lot: of fun for cwerynrlc.
Q.R. 2, 35
e Club Treas-
Where thcreis' a 'will
Billy Tennant Bill
Olympus Staff 3, 4, Student Pa-
trol -l-, Science Club 4, Oflicer
4-3 History Club 3, 4, Ollicer 4g
Tall, darle and harzdsonzrr.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,
fll-'wayr .mmz but
.scldo m hoard.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,-1.
Carefree, as L'-ver, is Clyde.
Ronald D. Wiles
Washington High School 1, 2, 3.
Naturally ro mic.
Martha Jane Tichnel Ditty
History Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Orches-
Quiet as ll kitten.
Lois Elaine Thomas
Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Commercial
Club 3, 4, Home Economics Club
23 Olympus Stuff 43 Girls' Chor-
Nice as lhfy conzr.
Philip Toberg Phil
East NVashington 1, 2g Hi-Y 3,
4-9 Science Club 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 4, Student Council -lg
Home Room Orlicer 4.
.fl bundle of rfiiscllicf.
Margaret Alice Warner Peg l
Academic E .
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1,
2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, Z, 3, 4g S.P.
Q.R. Club 1, 2, Go-To-College
Club 3, 43 Orlicer 45 History
Club 3, 45 Oflicer 33 Science Club
43 Ofhcer 45 Student Council 2,
3, T-Club 43 Olympus 3, 4,
Usher 4, Home Room Ollicer 1,
1-111 all-uround pcrsonzzllfy.
Walter Wheeler Wilkie
Shy but nicc.
James Wiley .lim
F.F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
dent Patrol 4.
Hi-Y 4, stu- A
Betty .lane Wilson Betty Chester Wilson
A nirr, quirt girl. Small buf mighty.
Carolyn Wiltrout Star John M. Worth Jack
Flag Twirler -I-3 Gym OH-ice Girl Student Council 3, 43 S.P.Q.R.
Laughing, gay, and .rfLvc'c!.
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Oiiicer 3, 43 His-
tory Club 3, -1-3 Oliicer 33 Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, 43 Oliicer Z, 3, 43 Olym-
pus Staff 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43
Mixed Chorus 33 Home Room
Of'l'icer 3, 4.
.firliarls .tpmlr louder than -words,
James Wright Buck
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Officer 4-3 Stu-
dent Patrol 43 Demontration
fl .vuc'cr.v.rful farmer is his aim.
Robert Eugene Yavoich Peanuts
Hi-Y 1, 2, 43 Home Room Officer
llz' gris around.
J Pauline Zaft Polly
Commercial Club 43 Olympus
Staff 43 Home Economics Club 1.
lffhai pretty eyex.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club
1, 23 junior Play3 Go-To-College
Club 3, 4-3 Oflicer 43 Flag Twirl-
er 4-3 Librarian 2, -l-3 Ollice Girl
43 Girls' Chorus3 Mixed Chorus
43 Monitor 33 Olympus Staff 3, 4.
Onre a friend,
airway: a frirnd.
Evelyn Nelle Young Elie
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4-3 History Club
3, 43 Band 1, 2, 33 S.P.Q.R.
Club 1, 23 Go-To-College Club
3, 43 Student Council 33 May
Day 23 Hiller Staff 33 Olympus
Staff 43 Usher 43 Librarian 4-.
Small, sauce! and oh-
John A. E. Zernecki Big John
Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Always happy and clzecrful.
Those lor Whom we have no pictures
James Bruce Nipper Norman Dibble Norman
Football 2, 3. 4. l!'hy should I sluily?
Oh, 'why should life all labor lie? WN W
Forrest Caesber Paul Johnson 1:00
lVorry and I llafvf IlL':U1i'I' mff. Lihrs hashrlhnll mor:
Paul Campbell Red Donald Kimmins Don
Nice' rn! hair. rl fwnlrunir' addition la Ihr'
Elnora Denman Winkie Yusuf Long U
Always an the go. Football 3, 4,
llfhni a ffmllmll playrr! !
We swung into the year with the Harvest Swing Dance, which
was followed by an assembly program, a class play, a Senior Party,
and the Commencement Dance.
lVe have been guided by our capable, helpful and understanding
advisors, Miss Ruth Nlyers and Mr. Charles lVIcClellancl. Our
President ...... .... I Javid Taylor
Vice President ....... Boyd Riggle
Secretary ...... .... D orothy Gamble
Treasurer .... . . . .Eleanor Colussi
s ,x ,,
ARTHUR HALLAM Art
Football 1, Z, 3g F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Oflicer lg
Wrestling 1, 3g Student Council 25 Class Of-
A Jfwell person to know? You .mid it!
ELMER SOBANSKY Elmo
Immaculate Conception lg Football Z, 3.
Hi".f the athletic' type.
MARY CATHERINE SEIBEL Christy
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Home Room Oliicer 1, 33 Or-
chestra 2, 3g Mixed Chorus Z, 35 Home Ee.
.fl ringer .thc irztends to bw.
MARGARET HART Peg
May Day 15 Home Ec. Club 1, 25 Hiller Staff 33
Class Oifiicer 3.
Om' of the lafvnly laxsicr in our class.
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
We, the Class of '51, entered into the halls of
Trinity in the fall of 1947. For our first year at
Trinity we chose Mrs. Shirley Edwards and Mr.
John Walker for our advisors.
Our officers were:
President ........ ..... J oseph Verderber
Vice President ..... ..... P atricia Spitial
Secretary ..... ............ P at Dudash
Treasurer ....... Edward Zimmerman
The Freshman Party on April 30 was the
highlight of our first year.
In our Sophomore year we elected Mr. John
Crosbie for our new advisor when Nlr. Walker
" . '.'- QI" ".,.-. K " l
Our Sophomore Party and our dance were
the greatest social, events that year.
Gur officers were:
President ......... ..... C harles Ashmore
Vice President ..... ..... J oe McClelland
Secretary ....... ..... I 'eggy Gromo
Treasurer ................... Frank Buchek
We received our class rings on December 16,
' The social calendar shows the Junior and Sen-
ior Prom is what everyone is looking forward to
Our oflicers are :
President ....... ......... A rthur Hallam
Vice President ............. Elmer Sobansky
Secretary ............ Mary Catherine Seibel
Treasurer ............ Peggy Hart
Andrew Alsko Andy Paul E. Ames
F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 History Club 2.
Ili: fa-'uoritr' :uhjfrl ir fly.
Julia Angott Julia Charlotte Ankrom
Home Ec. Club 1, 2.
We lo-'vc hm' hair.
Y-Teens 2, 3.
A -very good sludfnt.
Rae Ela Ankrom
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2.
Nz'-'very much to say.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Clarence Bambarger Boogie Ruth Bane
Football 3. Always a .mueet smile.
Lois Helen Bard Charlie Alberta Barnes
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day 1.
My, 'what pretty hrofwn eyc.r!.'.'
Home Ec. Club 1, 2.
Oh! Thou' big blue eyes.
Don Apache Peaches
Basketball Manager 3.
Peaches and fffllfll.
Charles Ashmore Chuck
Band 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorusg Junior
Play 3g Home Room Oliicer 1, 2, 33
Student Council 1, 2, 33 Ofhcer 35
Class President 25 Hiller Stall 3.
Always fwilling to help.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Faithful to his frirnds.
Sha Iofurs burr basketball.
James Barr Jim
History Club Ollicer 2, 35 Science
Club 3g Band 2, 3g Hiller Staff 35
Senior Hi-Y Oliicer 3.
Always a clofwn.
Basketball 2, 3.
fl! home on tba bard-wood.
SP.Q.R. Club 1 ,2g Home Room Of-
licer 33 Student Council 35 Officer
35 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Majorette 3.
Bernice Bolton Bernice
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Home Room Of-
ficer lg History Club 2, 3.
Our little B. B. B.
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 3.
Nc-ver much io my.
Ol'l'icer 33 Wres-
F.F.A. 1, 2, sg
lVz"rr -very proud tn knofw Jim. '
Donald Barrett Jess
Football Manager 2g Student Coun-
cil 35 Home Room Oflicer 3.
Hair nf gold.
Robert Bedillion Bob
W1"rz' all mrds, but
bc'.r a jokfr.
Wrestling 1 2, 39 Vo. Ag. 1, 2, 3g
Home Room Ol'Hcer 2.
fllfways sz-fn fwilh Poslgatv.
"" JUI1 ll IDB
Kenneth Brown Ken Paul Brownlee Doodlebug
Senior Hi-Y 3g Football 3. Sad but friendly eyes.
A nm! drfssvr.
Frank F. Buchek Foxy Ray Burchell Curley
Band 1, 2, 33 Senior Hi-Y 35 Science
Club 3g junior Play 3.
Airways lmfving a good lime.
Class Treasurer 2g Student Coun-
His nirknnmr sure jils.
Rex Burdette Rector
Howard Butterfield Cup
Home Room OHicer 1, 23 Football
2, 35 Science Club 3.
More fun than a monkey race.
Judson Caldwell J ud
1vl'4Ul'l' a dull moment. F..F.A. 1, 2, 3.
A quiet and friendly boy.
Margaret Chadwick Peggy
May Day 15 Junior Y-Teens 1, 2g
Ollicer 23 Student Council 3.
Always seen with a s-wee!
and friendly smile.
Junior Hi-Y 1, 2: Officer 23 Science
Club 33 Basketball Manager 15
Wrestling 25 Football 2, 33 Base-
ball 2, 3g Home Room Ollicer 33
Student Council 3.
Robert Burns Bob
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, Z, 35 Senior Hi-
Y 3g Home Room Oflfncer 35 Student
Council 3g Wrestling 2g Olympus
Stal? 3, Science Club 3.
He docs more by accident than
most of us do on purpose.
Evelyn Jean Byers Eva
Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
Shar! and invert, cute
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
Good 7Il1lIlI'I'd and congerzial.
Shirley Chambers Bunnie
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Student Council 2,
39 Home Room Officer 15 Home Ec.
Club 1, 25 T-Club 3.
Charm, and hofw!
Phyllis Jean Comoski Pheecha
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g May Day lg His-
tory Club 3g Flag Twirler 35 Hiller
She would br' a J-'wall model.
Katherine Courson Casey
May Day 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Li-
brarian Zg Oflicer 25 Home Room
Ofhcer Z5 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus
Staff 35 Majorette 3.
One of our high-
Wrestling 2, 33 F.F.A. 1, 2, 31
Shy? We fwondor.
Dora Crawford Dordie
Srnn fwtih llffook, Illary and Dale.
Wash Hi lg F.F.A. 2, 3.
Om' of the rlofwns of the class.
Johnny Charmely The Kid
Basketball 2 3.
1-11-way: dfvxu-d in slyle.
Ruth Connor Ruthi 7
May Day lg Home EC. Club 1, 25
Hiller Staff 1, 2.
fl :fwfat and quirt Iitllr lady.
William Davidson Bill
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Hi: hobby ? ?-Girls ! !
Patricia Dudash Patty
Class Orlicer lg Home Room Officer
2, 3g Student Council lg junior
Playg Olympus Staff 35 History
Club 2, 35 Oflicer 35 Home EC.
Club 1, 25 Librarian 3g Y-Teens 3.
We surf appreciate
having Pat around.
Shirley Dunn Shirl
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
fl: fmnlnlnr' as lhny coma.
John Eastham John
F.F.A. 2, 3.
Thai lllamln' half' l !
Doris Frazee Dordy
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 35
Flag Twirler 3g junior Play 33
Home Room Ollicer 25 Hiller Staff
sg May Day 2.
Anothm' higlz-.rfcppfr of T. H. S.
Robert' Fritz Bob
Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Olympus Staff 33
Hiller Staff 3.
Alfway: ll good xffnrl.
William Ealy Bill
Visual Ed. 2, 3.
Mildred Edens Mookie
fl plraslng :mile and
Marjorie Engle Marge
Y-Teens 1, Z
SI'I'7l, but no! Avnry ntfrn lmard.
Etta Mae Fisher Etta
Home Room Oliicer 23 Student Coun-
cil Z3 Home Ec. Club 1, 2.
Quint and friendly.
Joan Frazee .loan
May Day 25 S.P.Q.R. Club 1 ,2, 35
junior Play 35 Science Club 3g Go-
To-College Club 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g
Home Room Officer 3.
Al capnblr all around girl.
Pete Gajarsky Pete
Baseball 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3g
Home Room Officer 3.
.4 lop bask:-Ihall player.
' Ai -WJ 'los-i :iq-4
, 5 ' 1 YH-
' , I. . 1 i j .-
. if 1 1
l f '-: if L V
3 V, C- Q f '- C Q.
, 4 ,
ghd , U.
Donna Evelsizer Don
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Hiller Staff 3g
May Day 1
A plnlsillg pz'r.ro1mllly.
James Franks .lim
F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, Z., 3.
Jim like: his 'LUI'!'.l'lll7lg.
Robert Gray Bob
F.F.F.A 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2.
Will hr e-wr get to
Home Room on tuna?
Patricia Groitsch Pat
Y-Teens 1, Z, 35 Oflicer 25 History
Club 2, 35 Ollicer 35 S.P.Q.R. Club
2, 35 Officer 35 Go-To-College Club
35 Monitor 25 Librarian 35 May
Day Z, 35 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus
Staff 35 Junior Play 35 Girls'
Om' of the assets of the Junior Class.
May Day 15 T-Club 35 Olympus
Staff 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 Y-Teens
1, 2, 3.
Buy, 'what a cute lim' cheerleader.
Clyde Gratz Sonny
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Ona of our future farmers.
Wallace Grego Wally
Wonder what his aim in life is?
Gayle Grim Bubbles
s.P.Q.R. Club 2, 3.
A quiet, polite min.
Dorris Jeanne Hall Doris
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Student Council 25
Junior Play Usher
A sweat and charming last.
Donald Harden Don
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Home Room otlicer 2.
Greatly rnined by efzmryonc.
Benny Graham Ben
Football 1, 2, 3.
One of the Lagonda gang.
fl quicl lan, but oh, .vu nice.
Lorraine Hancock La
Y-Teens 15 Home Ec. Club 1, 25
May Day 2.
fllfwayx ready to do her parl.
Dorothy Harris Dot
History Club 2, 3.
lVf knofw hrr for hm' rlmlness.
Carl William Herron Speed
Wrestling I, 2, 3 g Visual Ed. 3 3
junior and Senior l-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3g
junior Play 35 Science Club 3
A laclizu' man.
A nirc guy to hnofw.
Home Ec. Club
Quirl, hut nice.
Boyj dots lm gc! around ! .'
Bert Holloway Butch
EFA.. 2, 3.
Small, hut mighty.
Barbara Houston Barbara
HN' .!'1N'L' min her
.vincc .vlm': gone
Richard Huffman Dick
Alfwnyx semi, seldom hmrd.
Richard HuEord Dick
Visual Ed. 2, 3.
Music ! ! Mantra ! J !
Lois Hutson Red
History Club 29 Girls' Chorus 1
!'Vhrrr did :he get
that RED hair ? 1? ?
Easy come muy yo.
Thzy do11'l fall hi
Shorty for nothing.
May Day lg Y-T
Room Ofhcer 1, Z5
You can hear her
before you .ree her.
eens 1, 2, 35 Home
Gym Oflicer 3.
4 - . A
5 1 Y Y .3-51
Iw i 1 '
5 ' ' L ,w
C if-Y -
I 'L .fl es
Clair Keenan Spivots
Wrestling 2, 35 Visual Ed. 3.
fl tribute fo his friends.
Mildred Keron Millie
Home Ec. Club 2, 3.
Always fwilling to please.
Thomas Jackson Tom
Wrestling 2, 35 Football 35 S.P.Q.R.
Ona of our athletes.
James Johnson Squeak
Home Room Oliicer 2 35 Basket-
Hafvz' you riclrlrn in his car???
Ben Jones Ben Bessie Jane Kearns Bessie
Hi-Y1,Z. Orchestra 15 Y-Teens 15 Go-To-
Npqjgr has much to A-ay' College Club 35 Science Club 3.
Airways ready to help.
Edwin Kelly Ed
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Science Club 35 Visual
Ed. 2, 3.
Doe: he celery keep quiet ? ? ? 2'
Shirley Mae Kinder Shirley
Y-Teens 1 35 Home Ec. Club 1 2.
SIIHJJ not as .rlzy as :hc .veem.f.
Lillian Kocian Lil
Home Ec. Club 2.
Another nice Junior.
Anna Marie Kopscha Anna
Home EC. Club 1 2.
Quint bu! nice.
Marcella Kudaroski Marcy
May Day 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35
She lofurs to dance.
Terrance Koval Terry
Olympus Staff 35 Gym Basketball
Newer I1 dull moment.
Elaine Kuzy Kuz
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Science Club 3.
Thomas Lawrence Tom
ll furry Iliff' guy.
Percy Littleberry Percy
Football 2, 33 Basketball Mgr. 2, 3.
flu ouliloor Jf50l'lJllIll7l.
Henry Maloy Peck
Baseball Manager 25 Wrestling
Manager 23 l-li-Y 1, 2
W'lmr1' did ln' gr! that llil':i'llI1llH??
Katherine Laskowski Kush
Home EC. Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1.
lily, what prolly lmir.
Mary Helen Lekosky Mary
Home Ec. Club 2.
fl wrry nice' girl.
Emma Jean Lemley Emma Jean
Vary .rrldom hoard.
Janice Lightner Jan
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Librarian 2, 35
Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Home Room
Oilicer lg Hiller Staff 3.
Dom' .rho gr! around I ! ? ?
James Magnetta Jim
Ihre loday, gona iomorrofw.
Ann Mancina Ann
Shi' lofvf: to dana'
Charlene Lewis Cllene
Alway: a good friend.
Urania Belle Linn Rainy Belle
Y-Teens 1, Z, 35 S.P.Q.R. Club 1,
2, 3g History Club 33 Hiller Staff 33
May Day 25 Olympus Staff 3
A very nice girl.
Opal Mayne Opal
Home Ec. Club 1, 25 Home Room
Oflicer 2. I
Faithful and szncerv.
Helen Jean McAdams Helen Jean
Home Ee. Club 1, Z3 Y-Teens 1,
fllfways heard and
just as often Jean.
Fern Mankey Fern Nancy Manrow Nancy
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, May Day 2, Home Majorette 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 39
Home Room Officer 2, 3
Quint but sfwvfl.
Room Officer 3.
A frimd to all.
Edward Martin Eel Mary Mauer Mars
Wrestling Manager 1, Z, Hi-Y 1, Z. Nrfvm' :Nu 'without Jlflookif,
ljappyvo-lucky, Dale, and Dordic.
Jean Mazzie Jeanie
Girls' Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 2, 31
Home Ec. Club 2, Y-Teens 3.
Joseph McClelland Papa
Latin Club 1, 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 35
Treasurer 2g Class Olhcer 25 Foot-
ball Manager 3. '
.loc nefvcr loo-ks for trouble,
It coma: hunizng hun.
Ralph McConnell Ralph John McCoy Buck
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Greenhand Basketball 3.
Ag. 1, F.F.A. 2, 3.
W'ith a Avoice like his
'who needs Como?
Dzmring i.m'l mrnplvtl'
unlil l1z".r on Ihr' floor.
Paul McFall Paul Wallace McLaughlin Sam
F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 2, 33
Short hair didn? spoil
this Sam.ron's .rl1'v11glh.
Band 1, 2, 3.
Ilflml 'would Mr. Good do
Mona Lou McVay
May Day 15 Home Ec. 1, 25 Of-
ficer 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Cheer-
l'Vz"Il fhrrr for llrlona nnylimr.
Sally Ann Mihalovich Sal
Y-Teens 1, 25 Majorette 3.
Nyrxl in dancing :lm
fwould raflu'r mf.
Kent Neel Kent
Football 1, 2, 35 I-li-Y 3.
Ncfvcr .rr-rn -wtilmul a :milf
James Harry Null
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Hr' take.: his fqfl and
Paul Meeks Punk
F.F.A. Z, 35 Football 3.
Jus! a Iitilc curly head.
Mary Miller Mary
life mis: hm' in our clasrcr.
Norma Fay Moniger Blondie
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 15 Home
Room Officer 25 Mixed Chorus 35
Blondie. 0, BLONDEEI
Betty Jean Morrison Jetty Bean
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Oflicer 25 Girls'
Chorus 15 S.P.Q.R. 1, 25 Science
' Club 35 junior Play 35 Go-To-Cob
lege Club 35 Hiller Staff 35 Oiiice
Holw mn anyone ro bury
be .ro frifnrlly?
Edwin James Novak Jake
Pardon mr while I take a nap.
Dolores Osborne Dottie
Band 1, Z, 35 Y-Teens 15 Home Ec.
Club 1, 2.
Sln"s om' of our 7lllll'L'hi7l-0
Home Ec. Club 2.
Do0.rn't .my much but
allways doc: hm' .rlmrzu
Farming is his pl'0fL'5.Yi07l.
Helen Porter Penelope
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 OH'icer 2, 35 Home
Ec. Club 1, Zgg President lg Home
Room Officer 1, 2, 3.
If you need a frimd
ju.rt turn Io Halen.
Anthony Provenzano Tony
Football 25 Wrestling 23 F.F.A.
1, 2, 35 Home Room Oflicer 2, 3g
Student Council 3.
A Zrua spurt in Quark or play.
Joseph Pasierbek Hooker
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Home Room Of-
ficer 1, 3.
Curl.: and hcfwilchillg Jmilc.
Julia Pochiba Julie
Home Ec. Club 1, 2.
Juliz' like: her fun.
Joanne Powell Joanne
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Home Room Of-
ficer 1, 33 Orchestra 1, Z, 33 Li-
brarian 2, 3g Go-To-College Club 3.
So :went .fhe'.r IIHQJUI'
Albert Rea Al
Basketball 1, Z, 3g Football Man-
He lifuex to play basketball.
Doris Reese Doris
Home Ec. Club 1, 2.
Whm you .ree Boats, .Margin
and Dot, you .vw Doris, too.
Gail Roach Gail
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 35
S.P.Q.R. 1, 2, 3g Trinity Historians
2, 33 May Day 25 Ollice Girl SQ
Hiller Staff 3g Go-To-College Club
Shz".v responsible for
Ilflr. I.fenherg'.r gray hair.
Norman Patterson Norm
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Prrlly hrofwll hair. l.r il a Toni?
Rosezella Ponzo Rosezella
Tha' .rlmrhlr of hm' .vmilr
malchrs that of her ryzfx.
Y. ,, .. ,
Lois Rhoades Lois
Y-Teens 2, 33 Student Council 35
Librarian 2, 3g VVash Hi 1.
Sha keep: Ihe library in order.
Mary Catherine Romano Mary Kay
May Day Zg Student Council 23 Ma-
Om' high JlI'flPL'I'.
on our .s'jn'c'1allly 1151.
Eleanor Ross Eleanor
Girls' Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 2, 3.
Sha' Jing: lo harp happy.
James Robert Ross Crusher
Doc: lm lifvz' up lo Iii.: niclmanu' ! ! !
Carman Sensky Casey
Football 2, 3g Wrestling 2, 3.
Anything to annoy us.
.loan Shunk Jo
junior Play 3g junior Y-Teens 1, 2g
Senior Y-Teens 35 Olympus Staff 3g
OH'ice Girl 3.
Nice thing: cnmr in small packzzgvx.
Mildred Ann Ross
s.P.Q.R. Club 1,
23 Trinity His-
torians 2, SQ Officer 2g Oilice Girl
35 Hiller Staff 3.
.4 .rparlelc of brillanm in
an rfvrry day fworid.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35
Mixed Chorus 2,
Good things come
in small paclmgzuv.
Friendly to all.
Girls' Chorus Ig
35 May Day 1, 2,
Home Room Officer 35 Home Ec.
Club 1, 2g Ollicer
35 May Day 15
Cheerleader 2, 3.
1, 25 Y-Teens 2,
Cafeteria Club 35
A chenlvndm' that ca1z'l be beat.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Mary R. Sibert
Like: t"Ul'l'yfhi7ly an
I I I H
A.V.S.O. 15 junior
Nmmr a dull mommzt.
Talk come: naturally wtih him.
William Sturm Bill
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 S.P.Q.R. Club 35 Sci-
.ence Club 35 Wrestling 15 Base-
W'ondcr why he likes Wash Hi?
Jacqueline Smerdel Jackie
Home Ec. Clubg May Day.
Margaret Smith Peggy
.fl nurse :he 'wants to he.
Phyllis Sturm Sparkle
May Day 1, 25 Librarian Z5 Y-Teens
1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3.
She is .men fwith Dori: Jean.
Thomas Uhler Trombone
Baxhful ? ? We fwonder!
Marylou Van Nulfelen Newt
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 15
May Day 25 Librarian Z, 3.
A pleasing personality.
Joseph Verderber Bicy
Class President 15 Home Room Of-
ficer 2, 35 Student Council 2, 35 May
Day 15 Senior Hi-Y 35 Ollicer 35
Mixed Chorus 2, 3.
Always having a good time.
Donald Smith Smitty
Baseball 1, 2, 35 Football 2, 35
Basketball 2, 3.
AI-way: up to some mischief.
John Snow Sunshine
Lilac: mort mmrytlzirzg but sports.
Thomas Varley Varley
S.P.Q.R. 1, 2, 35 Senior Hi-Y 35
Baseball 2, 3.
Trouble in mind.
Virginia Voytek Ginny
East Pike Run High School 15 Home
Ee. Club 2.
Mary Walker Mike
Home EC. Club 1, 2.
, llfalrh uni! Shf rlrifvr: II rar.
Florence Ward Peanuts
junior Y-Teens 1, 2g junior Play
l 3, S.l'.Q.R. Club 1, 2, Home EC.
Club 33, May Day 1.
Fifvc-foul'-I-wo, nyc.: of blue.
l Lindsay Williams
Band 1, 2, 3.
I Hz' hvljrs lu mnlu' Ihc baml.
May Ellen Wolfe Ellow
Y-Teens 2, 3: S.l".Q.R. Club 1, 23
Historians 2, 3g Olympus Staff 3.
You .wr hm' hrrr, you .mr hfr
lhrrf, you nv' hrr c1wrr'yf1.vhzr1'z'.
Jack Walton Choc
junior Hi-Y 1, 2g Band 1, 2, 3,
junior Play 3,
Illuslc ! ! MnnJlz'o ! .l Illusic ! !
Donald Weaver Fizz
Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3g Student
Council 15 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Base-
ball 2, 3
Fizz is zz basketball fwhiz.
Evelyn Maxine Westfall Evie
Home Ec. Club Ig OfEcer 13 S.P.
Q.R. Club 2, 35 Monitor 25 His-
torians 2, 39 Science Club 35 Hiller
Staff 3g Go-To-College Club 3,
junior Y-Teens 25 Ollice Girl 3.
A frifndly :mile for cfveryone.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Officer 2g Oilice
Girl 33 Home Room Ollicer 2.
fl catching personality.
Y-Teens 35 Girls' Chorus 1g Mixed
Sally Ann Winnett
Home Ec. Club 2.
Quiel, but nice.
S.P.Q.R. Club 1,
junior Play 3.
Full of fun.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
Historians 2, 3 5
Oh! What beautiful eyes.
Louise E. Zimmerman Weese
Y-Teens 1, 23 S.P.Q.R. Club 23 His-
torian 2, 35 Officer 2g Junior Play .3
Nefuvr ll care.
14711111 would we do
Merla Gayle Wright Merla Margaret Yarborough Margie
Y-Teens 2, 35 Home Room Ollicer Home EC. Club 1, 2.
lg Monitor Zg S,P.Q.R. Club 2, 33 SMH, an H,-fin.
OHice Girl 35 May Day 2.
Quiri, bu! frimd to all.
Patty Lou Yeager Patty Dorothy Yurkovich Yurkie
Y-Teens 33 S.P.Q.R. Club Zg May 14 lllljvpy-go-Iurky lrrrsolzzilily.
A trur' frifnd at all fiIIlL'.f.
Patricia Kay Zimmers Pat
Band 1, 2, 33 Home EC. Club lg
Olympus Staff 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
A 'rombinalion of
bright arm' rvalify.
without Ron ?
,4 frifml llnlrnl, ix
thi.: fflfllil Ill llrril.
Frilnlly Io all.
-l-hose for Whom We have no picture?
Immaculate Conception 1, 2.
Rrd hair, -wr lofw' il.
Nnl Il turf' in the fworlfl.
.lor lllrznf Ihr girls.
llfhnl fwould fwc do 'without him
lmforzf and aflrr rlssrvrzlllmy?
Cafeteria Club 3.
Sha' 5l'7'11l'5 our mr'al.f.
Bob Hargrave Ivy
Band 1, 2, 3.
llilan of lllurlt.
John Jarvis Jack
fllfways 51-011 around.
James Kern Binx
Football Z, 33 Baseball 2.
Hix fafuorite jhrrlon' is luurh.
Casimier Korowicki Cas
F.F.A. 2, 3.
Cay is II7I0flll'l' .fly hay.
Robert Lee Bob
Chartiers High School 1, 2.
fl nirrr guy yo11'Il rmwr Jer,
lVr'rz' glad hz' fame ta Trinity.
Robert Luginski Bob
The ladle.: 111071.
Duane Mitchell Mitch
Tall and silent hu! alfwuyx there.
Edward Zimmerman Weese
Class Treasurer lg Home Room
H1".v ll good guy.
Harry McDonald Harry
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
life fwish lo him a :mall farm
of about 600 acres.
Earl Morton Earl
If fllL'l'L',J' no Fxflfflllfllf
Earl will create .ro1n1'.
Frank Patterson Jeep
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
If thrfrz' is a joke heir
fiihrr in on if, or hc',r if.
Bulah Phillips Boots
Home Ec. Club 1, 2g Home Room
You rouldlfi ask for a hrfler friend.
William Postgate H otrod
fllfwayr find him Lwiih hir
Slap Happy Crmv.
Howard Roberts Lefty
Broad .rhouldfrr and 0-oo
Donald Seibert Don
Nr'fvz'r a dull moment fwlmn
Don IJ rzround.
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
In the fall of 1948 we, 289 eager and bewildered boys and girls in
the Class of "52", made our appearance in Trinity as the Freshmen.
In September We held our first class meeting and elected the following
class officers and advisors:
President ......... ..... I Kenneth Moninger
Vice President .... .......... H arry Reese
Secretary ..... ........... I da Megyesy
Treasurer ........... John Anderson
Advisors .... .... ...... . I Minn Winona Mounts
lMr. James Moninger
The main events our first year were an after-football-game-dance and
our Freshman Party.
In the fall of 1949 we entered our Sophomore year and elected our
class ofhcers, who Were:
President ....... ..... C harles Williams
Vice President .... ...... W illiam Roberts
Secretary ....... ........,....... J anie Holmes
Treasurer .................... Betty Wood
Advisors ....... .... .... . I Mrs' Winona McCullough
lMr. James Moninger
Our social events for this year were the Victory Dance, after the Trin-
ity-Swissvale football game, and our Sophomore Party.
We Sophomores are looking forward to taking our place as the
Aekley, D. Anderson, R. Anderson, Andrew, Barnhart, Bell, Benedict, Bissett, Brice, Brock,
Bl'00l'illl11Il, Bukoski, Burchell, Bushmire, Butcher, Caldwell, A. Calvert, P. Calvert, Carpenter,
Cary, Cassady, Charrnely, Chunko, Clutter, Colussi, Con.nor, E. Cox, S. Cox, W. Cox,
Croft, Cummins, DeVVitt, Dhayer, Dragan, Elliott, Engle, Enstrom, B. Ewart, M. Ewart, Gough,
Green, Guzel, Hartley, Hathaway, Hatfield, Haught, Hayden, Heidelmeir, Henry, B. Hickman,
M. Hickman, Hoehkraut, Holmes, Hoover, Hoy, I-Iuclak, Huston, Iams, Insana, Karahuta, Kelley,
Kinder, Kler, Klinedinst, Knoght, Kosey, Krajacic, Krall, Lang, Lindley, Luskoski, Lytton,
Maukey, Marra, Mayne, McAfee, McCartney, McConnell, McCullough, McDowell, McGowan,
McNay, Megyesy, Miller, M. Moore, R. Moore, Morton, Owens, Patterson, Pattison, Paul,
Polen, Post, Randall, j. Redd, J. Redd, Reese, Renko, Rice, Riley, Ringer, Ritchie, Ruggiero,
Sampson, Sanders, Schlaupitz, Seibel, Sombora, Sprowls, Strawn, Teegarden, A. Thomas,
M. Thomas, W. Thonias, Tobin, Tucker, Turner, VanKirk, Varner, Vecchio, Veltrie, Wagers,
YValker, -I. VVard, V. Ward, Wells, VVelch, Wesley, VViles, VViley, J. VVilson, M. VVilson,
VVood, j. XVoods, S. VVoods, Zahniser.
Ackley, j. Anderson, R. Anderson, R. Anderson, Angott, Armstrong, Baer, Barney, Barale,
Beddow, liednarski, Beecham, Berisford, Bigler, Bowne, Briggs, Brodie, Brooks, Brown,
Burns, Carter, Chapman, Church, Cimino, F. Craig, L. Craig, Cramer, K. Crile, E. Crile,
Crites, Cumhcrledge, D. Denman, L. Denman, Derrow, Dicks, Dorsey, Elkstrom, Elliot, Enos,
Fcdis, Franks, Frazee, Gallo, Graham, Gray, C. Hamilton, E. Hamilton, J. B. Hamilton,
J. C. Hamilton, Hennick, Herrman, Hickman, Houston, C. Hunt, N. Hunt, A. Hupp, M. Hupp,
W. I-lupp, james, D. johnson, D. johnson, jones, Kishadclen, Kita, Klick, J. Lewis, P. Lewis,
Liggett, I.utes, Mangin, Mansfield, Martin, McBride, McClenathan, McCullough, McDaid,
McNeel, McVVhorter, Mikuta, Miller, Moninger, Moore, Niosier, D. Mounts, J. Mounts,
IZ. Mounts, Mull, Myers, Paluda, Paraska, C. Patterson, R. Patterson, Pettit, Phillips, Plants,
Provance, Quinn, H. Reese, R. Reese, Rhoades, Roberts, Roessler, Rush, Russell, Selvaggi,
Shuha, Simms, Smith, Spin, Stevens, Stollar, Suhay, Swead, Tarr, E. Thomas, J. Thomas,
Toth, Verner, Wagers, Watkins, VVaychoff, C. Williams, O. Williams, Wilson, Wood, VVootton,
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
The story of the Class of 1953 will be diiierent from that of any
other class-of that we can be sure for two reasons: first, a number of
us are representatives of the first Eighth Grade ever to enter Trinityg
and second, we are the only group thus far to be the victims of the lipstick
epidemic for two years in succession!
As entering Freshmen, we felt no braver than any other class that
came to Trinity. However, as time went by, we became more interested
and active in the life of the school. At an organization meeting in the
fall, we elected Miss Jennie M. Ferralli and Mr. C. Carlton Harry as
our advisors and the following students as oHicers:
President ....... .... . . ...... Scott Renner
Vice President .... ....... D onald Warne
Secretary ....... .... E leanor Kottner
Treasurer ................................ . ..... Kenneth Farabee
Our first social undertaking was an after-the-game football dance in
the fall. The really "big" event of our Freshman year was the Freshman
Party held in April. Everyone had fun!
VVe are looking forward to our Sophomore year with much enthusiasm
Adams, G. Anderson, W. Anderson, Apache, Bacque, Berman, Berry, Brownlee, Burgess,
Burnette, M. Burns, P. A. Burns, P. R. Burns, Collavo, Colosi, Combi, A. Cook, J. Cook, Craig,
Crile, Davis, Dicks, Donaldson, Dragan, Durbin, Earnest, Elliott, Fielder, Ford, Frazee, Gadd,
Gamble, Gniewkoski, Gorhy, Gray, Greer, Grosley, Hagar, Hamilton, Harris, Herrman,
Herscliell, l-Iewitt, Hickman, Hill, Horn, Horne, Horner, Houston, Howard, N. Iams, V. Iams,
D. jackson, j. jackson, H. johnson, O. johnson, C. johnson, Kavolak, Knestrick, Lightner,
Littlcberry, Livingston, Livosz, C. Longstreath, P. Longstreath, Maglee, Maloy, Mancuso, Mans-
field, Martin, McAdams, McClure, McCullough, McMur1'ay, McVay, Medlen, Miles, A. Miller,
D. Miller, M. Miller, Morrison, Mosier, Mounts, Murray, Myers, Newman, E. Nixon, L. Nixon,
Noble, O'Donnell, Olinger, Paciorek, Pallett, Paul, B. Pettit, L. Pettit, Philips, Pierson,
P. Powell, V. Powell, Pritcliard, Ramsey, Redman, Richmond, Riley, Rinehart, Roberts, Romano,
Ruggiero, 1. Sanders, S. Sanders, Shillito, Smith, Stienstra, Swartzfeger, Teegarden, Thomas,
Tremel, Veltrie, Verner, VVard, White, L. VVilliams, N. VVilliams, 'VVright, Zimmerman.
Adams, C. Anderson, M. Anderson, R. Anderson, Applegate, Barney, D. Bedillion,
R. Bedillion, Bell, Binder, C. Boswell, I. Boswell, R. Boswell, Braden, Branczek, Brenner,
j. Briggs, K. Briggs, M. Briggs, Brock, Brookman, Brown, Carter, Chambers, Cherokee, Chris-
topher, Cole, Combs, Comfort, Corbly, Coughenour, Cox, Darragh, Davis, Dillie, Dolanch,
Donaldson, Dran, Duhall, Dubelle, Durila, J. Elliott, K. Elliott, Ellis, Ellwood, Epperley,
Eustis, Farabee, Fattman, Franks, Giacomctti, Gorby, Gradcrt, Gray, Grim, Guidos, R. Hagar,
R. Hagar, Hamilton, Harris, I-Iart, Hartzell, Henry, Herron, Hickman, Hixenbaugh, Hoke,
Holub, Horne, Huff, Hull, Insana, jarosz, Johnson, A. Kasavich, D. Kasavich, D. King, R. King,
Kudaroski, Kuhlman, Leech, Lehmer, Lenhart, Lesko, Lewis, Loane, C. Locy, D. Locy, H. Locy,
Lusk, Lyle, Lyons, Maloy, Marth, Martin, Maryland, Meek, Mehaffey, Mersky, Miles, Minor,
Moninger, Morgan, Morris, Morrison, Mounts, Mowell, Mowl, Munce, Murphy, Nicklas,
Pallett, Paluda, Pettit, E. Phillips, R. Phillips, Plants, Plymire, Polen, Ponzo, Pressler, Price,
Prigg, Puskarich, Ramsey, Rankin, Reese, Renner, Rhoades, Riggs, Roberts, Robinson, Ross,
Russell, Salsberry, Sanders, Sargent, Sekura, Shrontz, Sickles, Smiley, C. Smith, J. Smith,
Sobansky, D. Sprowls, R. Sprowls, Stahl, G. Tarbuck, M. Tarbuck, Thomas, Unrue, Wagner,
Ward, VVarne, Watson, C. VVaychoFf, J. Waychofli, D. Weaver, R. Weaver, Welling, R. White,
Willison, Wiltrout, Wonsettler, Wright, Young, Zavatski, Zlatarich.
The class of H54-" is the second group of Eighth Graders of Trinity
High School. The group had a very successful assembly and a class party
near the end of the term.
At an organization meeting held in the fall, the class elected lVIrs.
Lucille Heil and Mr. Paul Sedlak as advisors, and the following students
President ....... ...... W illiam Levers
Vice President .... ........... A nn Gersna
Secretary .... ...... Dorothy Ann Paige
Treasurer .. ..... Chappie Chatman
A -. :
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DOROTHY ANN PAIGE
Eighth Grade Girls
Adams, M. Anderson, M. Anderson, P. Anderson, Barrett, Batson, Bedillion, Bednar,
Belcher, Bird, Brice, Calcntl, Carpenter, Chadwick, Colosi, Cooper, Danley, Davidson, Davis,
B. Doalt, l'. Iloak, M. Duhina, P. Dubina, Ealy, Eustis, Farley, Ferralli, Fisher, Gallagher,
Gersna, Harris, llaydcn, Hill, Holmes, Huffman, Hutford, Hull, Hurzon, johns, Johnson,
Kern, Kidwell, Kullu, Lahosky, Letlmetter, Littleherry, Long, Lyke, Lyons, Mack, Marra, Martin,
D. Mayne, W. Mayne, Mazzie, McCartney, McCauley, McClay, Mihalovich, Miller, Miles,
Paige, Patterson, Poland, Redingcr, Reed, Rine, Rodriguez, B. Ross, C. Ross, Rubick, Rush,
Secllesky, Sclvnggi, Shuha, Skariol, Special, Stetson, Swead, Tallarico, Tarbuck, Tart, Thomas,
P. VVadc, R. VVade, VVatters, Westfall, VVhite, Whiteman, Wiles, Wilson.
Eighth Grade Boys
Adams, D. Anderson, R. Anderson, Angott, Ardeno, Boardley, Bober, Bochek, Bricker,
Briggs, Burgess, Chatman, Church, Coen, Cox, Davidson, G. Desmond, I. Desmond, Devenney,
Dicks, Dolwscha, Engle, Evans, Fonner, Frederick, Gilmore, Grant, Gray, Greco, Hanna, Heist,
jnlos, Keirs, Kolychcck, Korowicki, Ledger, Levato, Levers, Little, Mace, Malone, D. Martin,
R. Martin, McClay, McConnell, Miller, Moninger, Morrow, Moore, Muncie, Myers, J. Oli-
verio, S. Oliverio, Pallett, Parkinson, Patterson, P. Pearson, R. Pearson, Ray, Renz, Sampson,
Shood, j. Shuba, S. Shuha, Sienkiel, Simms, Skolyak, Sohansky, Stetson, Stickle, Strope, Town-
send, Ulcry, VVagers, Weaver, VVheeler, Wilson, Young.
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THE ALUMNI OF TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
When one is looking through the pictorial section of the Olympus, the part granted
to the alumni seems insignificant, but it is one of the most important sections of the
book, for its members have attended Trinity in previous years. Although they have
graduated, they still hold a great interest in Trinity's future. They lived a life at
Trinity where they acquired friendships which will always be cherished. The world
may forget them and the fact that they once attended this school, but the alumni will
never forget their "Dear'Old Alma Mater."
That is why time was taken to gaze into the past to see what has become of some
of Trin1ty's graduates. Leafing through the pages, one sees that the alumni elected
new oflicers at the annual Alumni Dance which was held in June. The new oflicers
President ....... .. ...... William Garritson
Vice President ............. ..Frank Reynolds
Secretary ....... ..... M argaret Morrison Clark
Treasurer....... ........ ........ ........ .. .... ...... . .....RossWatson
Quite a number of last year's students are attending college. Amy Martin and
Ioan Moninger are enrolled at Westminster. Those attending Washington and Jeff-
erson are Brian Barnhart, David Crumrine, Carl Herron, George Lantz, Ward Rieg-
hard, Francis Van Nuffelin, and Charles Wolfe. Eddie Andrew, Irwin Kostka, Joan
Mankey and Rebecca Ramsey are attending Waynesburg, and Joe Romano is attend-
ing lndiana University. At Penn State, Trinity is represented by Bob Carter and Mary
,lane Crosbie, while Bonnie Baird is attending Grove City. Three are attending Penn
Commercial. These are: Norma Behanna, Florence Cowden, and Bob Young. Those
attending Stenotype School in Pittsburgh are Mary Lou Chivers, Eileen Woodrtlff, and
Donna Wolfe. Also attending Carnegie Tech is Joe Galanda.
Some of the girls have entered into the nursing profession. Those in training at
the VVashington Hospital are: ,Eleanor Acklin, Dolores Gaul, Shirley Lusk, Laura
Nickeson, lvlarjorie Ross, and Elizabeth Zlatarich.
' Members of the class who have been fortunate to obtain jobs are: Bell Telephone:
Nancy Lee Myers, Roberta Payne, Lois Scott, and Irene Tarsiag Hazel Atlas Glass:
Virginia Bannister, Angelo Delsignore, Kate Ann Gallagher, Howard McKinney, Helen
Pasierbak, James Stolfer, and Lois Ann Verno: Tygart Valley Glass Co.: Norma
lVIa-rra, Y.W7.C.A.: Sally Dubelle and Catherine Nlancinag Y.lVI.C.A.: Lola Caldwell,
G. C. Murphy Company: lrene Cokel, Janie Hall and Peggy Huppg Scott Motor Com-
pany: Mary Ellen Roberts: Penny's: Harriet Richmond: Woolwvo1'th's: Alice Kelley
and Molly VVright: Jenny Shop: Marie Loaneg Lang's: Nan Jardine: Kaufiman's
Shoe Store: Clarice Beecham: State Theater: Thomas Kleppnerg Alcoa Dam: Don
Siebert: and lfllectric Sales and Service: Bob Elder.
Cupid seems to like the class of '49 for, Catherine Audia, Marie Conti, Doris Low-
ery, Helen Sargent, and Jack Plymire are all engaged, and Lela McCalmont, George
Crompton, Rodell Finch, Paul Pickens, lVIorton Nloore, and Clara Mae Wa1'd have
entered the bond of matrimony.
Those who have entered the Armed Forces are- Navy: Cramer Bacque, James
Boyles, John Foor and John Manging Army: Richard Dilleg Air Forces: Jim Clutter
and Richard Houston. , '
From the class of '49, Jack Rea has been employed as a janitor for Trinity High
The two deceased members of the class of '49 are Lee Kidder and Marilyn Dopler.
Information concerning the rest of the class was not obtainable.
Thanks to all of the former students for their support in helping to make the Alum-
ni section a success.
FFA ADVISGRY COUNCIL
This group is composed of the Senior members of the FFA, and it is Within this
group that the policies of the FFA are derived and presented for the Chapter to fol-
low. They are, as their name indicates, serving as FFA leaders in an advisory capacity.
THE TRINITY CHAPTER FFA
This year we had 101 members who were acknowledged as Chapter Farmers. Some
of our accomplishments this year Were:
1. First place in the State Project Contest.
2. James Brezinski placed first in State Livestock judging Contest and traveled to Kansas City on
State Livestock Team.
3. First place in State Demonstration Contest at the Farm Show.
4. Robert Byers placed first in the National Dairy Contest.
5. William Clayton, Star Farmer for Southwestern Pennsylvania.
6. lfVilliam Clayton, James VVright traveled to Canada as guests of Farm Bureau Cooperative.
7. First place with our exhibit in the Electrical Contest, and second place in the Vocational Ex-
8. Four Keystone Farmers selected, who were: James Wilegf, Charles Dragan, Richard Brezinslci,
and VVilliam Clayton.
Our very able oflieers were:
President ................. ..... R ichard Brezinski
Vice President .... .......... I 'aul Ames
Secretary ...... ........ H omer Craig
Treasurer .... .... T ony Provenzano
Reporter .... James Brezinski
Sentinel ..... Charles Dragan
Advisors Mr. Crosbie
THE TRINITY FFA EXHIBIT
This year Mr. Crosbie and his boys, who were Paul Ames, James Arbuckle, Clyde
Gratz, Thomas Benedict, Robert Shriver and Ronald Zullo, designed and built the
eleventh straight exhibit from Trinity to be accepted as one of the seven to be displayed
at the annual l'ennsylvania Farm Show in January. lt was entitled "Electricity, The
Dairy Farmer-'s Friend." They were awarded first prize in the Electricity Exhibit Con-
test, and second in the Vocational Exhibit Contest. Their total prize money was ninety-
THE FFA DEMONSTRATION TEAM
The team this year was composed of James VVright, Raymond Phillips, Robert
Byers, and YVilliam Clayton. Their demonstration was designed and built to portray
a good HI-Iome Farm Shopf, The boys gave their demonstration at the Allegheny
County Fair, and then prepared for the real test, the Demonstration Contest at the
State Farm Show. They were awarded first prize and returned With a blue ribbon
and fifty dollars for the Chapter treasury.
GREEN HAND FFA
This was our first year in the FFA, and we all passed the initiation successfully
and received the Greenhand Degree. Our officers for the year were:
President ........................ .................................. J ames Harris
Vice President ..... ..... E lmer Mounts
Reporter ......... ..... I Bernard Ward
Secretary .... ...... J ohn Pettit
Treasurer .... ...... H oward Lacy
Sentinel ..,. Robert Morgan
' Mr. Crosbie
Advzsors ..... ..... . QML Harry
Some of our activities Were:
I. Floyd Brock, Joseph Wonsettler traveled to the Farm Show.
2. Round and Square Dance.
3. lncubating and brooding our own chiclcs.
4. Huslcing Corn.
5. Selling Seeds.
6. Chapter Garden and Hotbed.
State F.F.A. Band
THE OFFICE GIRLS
There are twenty-four girls selected at the beginning of each year from the Junior
and Senior classes of Trinity High School. These are known as the ofiice girls. They
accommodate the administrative staff by acting as messengers between classrooms and
the ofiice, taking telephone calls, and assisting with other things. There are three of
these girls on duty every periodg one in the office of lVlr. Clark and two in the main
office. Although the ofiice girls are not often heard from, they are always on the job
ready and willing to do their part in order to keep the office running smoothly. They
are truly the "unsung heroes" of our student body.
The girls are as follows:
Joan Shunk Mona Houston
Betty Jean Morrison Ann Critchfield
Ida Mae Renner
THE CAFETERIA CLUB
The Cafeteria Club is made up of all the girls who work in the cafe-
teria and they are responsible for the sale of refreshments for all school
activities. From this revenue, new jackets of the school colors were pur-
chased for each member.
A Tea Dance is held each year by the club. Mrs. Roberts, the advisor,
entertained the members with 21 Christmas Party at her home. This was
most enjoyable With games being the diversion of the evening.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The Trinity Chapter of Future I-Iomemakers of America was organ-
ized during the second semester. It is open to all girls enrolled in Home
Economics. It is an organization that stimulates interest in better home
membership and in Home Economics.
The girls sponsored a Mother-Daughter Party in Gctober, which they
hope to make an annual affair. They will Work cooperatively with the
for the yearly party.
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Lvff In Righl: julia Krojncic, Gayle Morton, Betty Brookman, Mary
Lou Clutter, and Ruth Moore.
DEMONSTRATION "Is Your Milk Sofe?"
The Sophomore girls of the Homemaking classes renewed interest
in the Farm Show and entered 21 demonstrnnon entitled, "Is Your Milk
Safe ?" and 21 window exhibit entitled, "From Discard To Moclern Use-
F.H.A. EXHIBIT AND DEMONSTRATION
Third Prize Aword
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
Members of the Commercial Club consist of Seniors and second-
semester Juniors who have attained a high scholastic average in their
commercial subjects and who have been approved by a majority of the
senior members. This very fine group has worked exceptionally hard
to make the club worthwhile. As well as supplying each member of the
faculty with private secretarial service, the club undertook the selling
of "Trinity'Football Pins" and Christmas cards.
The social events of the year were the Christmas Party, held at Trin-
ity on December 16, the Initiation Party for new members, and the annual
The club advisor is lVIrs. Frances Huffman.
The officers are:
President ....... ....... V iolet Bissett
Vice President Mona Lea Andrew
Secretary ..... ...... H elen Plazak
Treasurer .... .... J oanne Hart
The new members
Rae Ella Ankrom
Mary Lou Van Nulfelen
AUDIO-VISUAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
The club started off another school year by training the new operators
which are: Harry James, Clair Keenan, Andrew Frazee, Carl Herron,
Robert Verner and Carter Phillips. The older members are Robert
Newell, Eugene Clendaniel-Seniorsg Richard Hufford, Edwin Kelley
and William Ealy-Juniors.
The club started the school term with the addition of a new 45 rpm
automatic record player purchased with club funds.
Later in the year the club presented a feature Elm entitled "Wildfire"
which seemed to be enjoyed by all. The funds taken in from this movie
are used to pay postage and rental on films so that many may be shown
without cost to students or teachers.
The club plans to present another feature film later in the year.
lf funds are adequate the club wishes to purchase a new stand micro-
phone for use in the school assembly.
The club is advised and directed by lVIr. Hootman.
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The Senior Y-Teens opened the year with an impressive candlelight
ceremony in the Y.W.C.A. Outstanding events of the year were The
Snowflake Frolic, The Sweetheart Dance, Hallowe'en Dance, and com-
bined meetings with the Senior Hi-Y.
For CRDP the club showed May Day movies and a total of 515.80
was collected and donated to the cause.
Serving with our advisor, Miss Ruth Myers, are the following oliicers:
President ........ ..... M aryzx McClay
Vice President ..... ..... H elen Porter
Secretary ........ .... J oyce Bristor
Treasurer .......... . .. Eleanor Colussi
Program Chairman .... .... B arbara Gettig'
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THE JUNIOR Y-TEENS
The Junior Y-Teens is a branch of the YNV.C.A. The club holds
its meetings on the second Tuesday of every month. This year the All-
Y-Tcen Meetings in which all the clubs participated were held at the
Y.W.C.fX. every month.
The highlights of the year were the Candlelight Service, the Hal-
lowe'en Dance, the Christmas Formal, the Sweetheart Dance, and the
The outstanding meetings which our program committee planned
were a joint meeting of the Junior Hi-Y, a Rough-it Party, and a lecture
Janie Holmes was chosen the sweetheart from our club.
The oflicers and advisors are:
President ................... ......... J anie Holmes
Vice President ...... Mary Belle Turner
Secretary ..... ...... M argie Ewart
Treasurer .......... ...... M ary Lou Elliott
Program Chairmen .... . .. .l Lynn Cl'0ft
lBetty Jean Ewart
lMrs. Frances Hutfman
Advisors .... . . . . ,
lMrs. Wilma Mitchell
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Student librarians who serve in the library during their study hall
periods are always happy to help students and faculty who come looking
for the information and enjoyment which the library offers.
Several new magazines have been added this past year and a number
of reference and fiction books. From the appearance of the magazines
at the end of the month, there is no doubt that the students enjoy them
immensely. Circulation ranges from fifty to one hundred books a day.
The day new books are ready for circulation is always a red letter day
in the school.
As a Book VVeek project the librarians showed the movie, "Huckle-
berry Finnf' A Valentine Tea for the faculty was held February 9.
Officers of the librarians are:
President .................. ....... . Ioanne Hart
Vice President .... ..... I da Mae Renner
Secretary ...... ........ J oyce Bristor
Treasurer ..... Mona Lea Andrew
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The HT" Club is an organization made up of sixteen girls who take
care of the girls' dressing room and gym oflice. Each Senior member
leaves her place to a Sophomore girl. Upon graduation, each member
receives a sweater and a "T",
The club sponsors a skating party at the Arena each month, and
donates half of the proceeds to the boys' sweater fund. We have enjoyed
a successful year.
President ...... ............. ........ J o an Foglia
Vice President ....... .... M ary Rose Duball
Secretary-Treasurer ...... Ann Puskarich
Club Advisor ........ .... M iss Marie Alexy
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THE TRINITY HISTORIANS
For the purpose of learning more about our State of Pennsylvania,
the Trinity Historians organized at Trinity High School last year. This
club is part of the Pennsylvania Federation of Junior Historians with
its headquarters in Harrisburg. The Trinity chapter is composed of
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors who have attained an "A" average
for the semester in history.
The highlights ofthe year were attending a court trial at the Wash-
ington County Court House, a trip to the VVashington County Historical
Association, and the selling of Christmas gifts in order to acquire funds
to complete a project undertaken by the group. Wlien the Sixth WCSfC1'U
Regional Conference of the Pennsylvania Federation of Junior Historians
was held at Monongahela, delegates from Trinity were present.
The program of the year was closed with a picnic held for the purpose
of initiating the new members into the organization.
The following served as officers of the Historians for the past year:
President ....... ...... M alcolm Cowen
Vice President ........... ..... J ames Barr
Corresponding Secretary .... Patty Groitsch
Recording Secretary ...... ....... V iolet Bissett
Treasurer ........... .... U rania Belle Linn
Club Historian ..... ....... P atty Dudash
Program Chairman .... William Tennant
Advisors ........... ...., T MTS- Allisvh
I Miss' Ferralli
The Science Club initiated about twenty-live new members this year.
A feature of the initiation party was "magic" tricks by Robert Culley,
a lVashington High School magician. Other features of the party were
provided by talented members of the group. The group plans its annual
trip to the Science Fair at the Buhl Planetarium in April.
Oflicers of the group are:
President ......... .......... P hil Toberg
Vice President .... ...... M argaret Warner
Treasurer ...... ......... J ack Taylor
Secretary ............. ...... E leanor Colussi
Steering Committee .... l M3173 Mcclay
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For the purpose of learning more about the places connected with
Latin, the S.P.Q.R. Club has organized again this year. The club con-
sists of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors who have attained a "B" aver-
age in Latin for the semester. The club centers around the nineteen
members of the "Advanced Latin Class" consisting of Juniors and Seniors
taking third and fourth year Latin.
Thirty-four new members were initiated into the club on the Ides
of March making a total of seventy-three members.
The activities of the year included a pig-in-the-poke sale, a Thanks-
giving and Christmas party in the Trinity cafeteria, a dance after the
Wash Hi basketball game, and a picnic held at Washington Park.
In observance of Latin Week, the club took a trip to the Buhl Plan-
etarium and other historical points of Pittsburgh. Candidates who repre-
sented Trinity's club for "Miss Athena" at the Buhl Planetarium Were:
Violet Bissett, Gail Roach, Margorie Enstrom and Deborah Berman.
Violet Bissett came in with the highest number of points. Violet and her
court, consisting of Gail Roach, lVIargorie Enstrom, Bob Shankovich, and
John Worth, appeared at the sky show February 22.
An award of a Junior Classical League key is made to the student
Who has attained the highest average in Latin during the four years.
Either Bob Shankovich or John Worth will receive the award this year.
At this writing they are tied.
Oflicers who have served the club the past year are:
President .................... . .. ............... John Worth
Vice President ..... ....... M oss Rutan
Secretary .......... ...... P atty Groitsch
Treasurer ........... .... U rania Belle Linn
Program Chairman .... ....... P atti Murphy
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
A Student Council Within a school shows a sense of democracy. It
shows that students have the ability to lead, to discuss, and to be active
in various affairs of the school. It also proves that students are able to
find a solution for minor problems of the school. Since the origin of the
council, Trinity High School has shown a democratic attitude. They have
backed the council one-hundred per cent, and will continue to back it in
the future years to come for the simple reason that every student knows
he has some security in this government.
The officers for the Student Council are elected at the beginning of
each year. The ofhcers chosen for this year are:
President ....... ...... D avid Taylor
Vice President .... ...... C harles Ashmore
Secretary ....... ..... M ona Jean Houston
Treasurer ............ Rita Bxler
Advisor .... ..... M r. Ross
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Our orchestra is composed of both string and brass instruments. The
string section practices throughout the year and when the full orchestra
is needed, some members of the band are called upon to fill out instrumen-
tation. The orchestra has played for the Junior and Senior Plays, May
Day, graduation exercises, and National Grange Society.
The chorus is composed of students from the Eighth through the
Twelfth grades. This past year the chorus has taken part in the Spring
Festival of lVIusic, the Senior Sermon, Commencement, and other school
affairs. Members of the chorus are chosen to sing solos and appear in
small groups for both school and community activities.
The Junior Hi-Y is a Trinity organization of Eighth Grade Fresh
man, and Sophomore boys.
At the beginning of the term, the club had very few membcis from
last yearg however, the enrollment has increased considerably.
The activities of the year were begun by initiation of new members
The Christmas Box Social was also quite successful. Basketball, swim
ming, formal meetings, and other activities of the club have made this
year a memorable one for
The oflicers are:
Vice President . . .
. . . . .. David Ackley
... .. Matt Armstrong
. .... Mr. Paul Sedlak
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The purpose of the Senior Hi-Y is to create and maintain a high
Christian character in the school and community.
In honor of its twenty-seven new members, an informal initiation was
held in the Trinity Gym, October 3. Formal initiation was conducted,
October 17, at the home of Mr. John, the club advisor.
The main activities of the Hi-Y during the year were a chili supper,
a joint meeting and party of the Hi-Y and Y-Teens, a swim party at the
Y.M.C.A., and selling novelty book covers.
The highlight of the year was the annual Recovery Dance held in
the Trinity Gym, January 19. Jimmy Engot's Orchestra furnished the
On November 18, 19, 20, seven boys from our Chapter attended the
Western Pennsylvania Older Boys' Conference at Brentwood. The boys
who attended were: William Sturm, Joseph McClelland, Edwin Kelley,
Thomas Varley, Keith Bricker, and Richard Phelan.
President .......... ................... ....... J 0 hn Worth
Vice President ..... ..... J oseph Verderber
Secretary ..... ..... M oss Rutan
Treasurer .. . . . . . . .James Barr
The Student Patrol under the direction of Mr. John has performed
their duties regularly this past year.
Their duties consist of directing traflic in the halls between periods
and supervising parking on May Day, Commencement, and other special
The Patrol Wishes to thank the student body for the cooperation they
One of the most interesting clubs at Trinity is the Go-To-College
Club. Its members are Junior and Senior girls who have indicated their
ambition to continue their education beyond high school. However, only
girls who have at least a "C" average and fulfill certain standards of
loyalty, cooperation and personality are invited to join.
Again this year the club compiled and sold football programs and
turned over half the proceeds to the activities committee to help pay for
Another project continued this year was providing Monitors for hall
duty each period of the day.
Also at commencement, the club presents a ten-dollar prize to the boy
who has participated in at least two sports and is being graduated with
the highest scholastic rating.
ln addition to service to the school, the club makes an eiiort to prepare
girls for college life, scholastically and socially by providing educational
programs and various social functions during the year.
President ...... ...........,... .... M a rgaret Warner
Vice President ..... Ida Mae Renner
Secretary .......... ..... J oan Wright
Treasurer ............ ............ I Ruth Prigg
Program Clzairnum ..... ......... C arol Crompton
Advisor .............,..................... Mrs. Robert W. Smith
The new members not pictured are as follows:
SEN IORS JUNIORS
Yvonne Brehm Barbara Gettig joan Frazee joan Powell
joyce Bl'iSf0l' Mary Hathaway Patty Groitsch Gayle Roach
Katherine Cox Shirley Hudak Urnnia Belle Linn Evelyn Westfall
Mary Lou Crispin
Margaret Kelley Nancy Manrow Bessie Kearns
Betty jean Morrison
THE H I LLER STAFF
"The Hiller," the school newspaper, was published again this year
by the Journalism Class, advised by Mr. Isenberg.
Although the same style and setup was used as in previous years,
a few changes occurred. Two columns K'Thru the Keyhole" and "The
Vacuum Cleaner" replaced the larger gossip column. Also a number
of amusing cartoons appeared in the paper this year.
The Final issue contained the last will and testament of the Seniors.
The hope that everyone received as much pleasure from the paper
as we did in publishing it is held by the staff.
Editor-in-Chief .... .................. ..... J a mes Barr
Assistant Editor .... ....... G ail Roach
Feature Editor ...... .... E velyn Westfall
Sports Editor ....... ..... C harles Ashmore
Exchange Editor ...... ..... M ildred Ross
Mailing Clerk ....... ....... P eggy Hart
Copy Reader ......... ......... I 'atty Groitsch
Business Manager ...... ..... B etty Jean Morrison
Circulation Manager ...... ..... .......... U r ania Belle Linn
Advertising Manager ............................ Donna Evelsizer
Staff Reporters- Janice Lightner, Katherine Courson, Ruth
Connor, Doris Frazee, Phyllis Comoski, and
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Junior Class lfditors
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.URANTA BELLE LINN
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Junior Class Hrlfzfisorxv. . . .
OIJYIIIPTIA' Staff Head, . .
.4d'Ue1'iisi11g . . .
Litrfraturzf. . .
Treasurer . . .
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1 CHARLES B4CCLELLAND
J MRS. SHIRLEY EDWARDS
1 JOHN CROSBIE
, . , .MRS. GARNET ALLISON
HMRS. FRANCES HUFFMAN
, , . .MISS JENNIE FERRALLI
THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
The Junior Class presented an unusually good comedy, "Just Ducky 3'
on December 2, at 8:15 P. M. The characterizations of the play were
well adapted to high school amateur acting, and the cast gave a splcndid
The cast included:
- Wilbur Maxwell . ..
Mr. Maxwell ......
Del Marshel .....
Mr. Moore .........
Hercules Nelson ..
Craig Moore .....
Mrs. Maxwell ....
Aunt Mary ........
Connie Maxwell .....
Betty Lou Maxwell ....
Prompters . . .
. . . ...Carl Herron
. . . .Bob Salsberry
. . . . .. Ray Burchell
. . . .Louise Zimmerman
.....Betty Jean Morrison
. Patty Dudash
.. . . .Doris Frazee
....... ....Joan Frazee
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At the beginning of the football season, a group of Senior girls was
selected to handle the seating in the reserve seat section at all the home
football games. The head usher was Nlargaret Xvarner who placed the
girls in the most needed sections.
The ushers who seated the crowd very efficiently were:
Eleanor Colussi Audrey Guthrie Joyce Bristor
Nlary Hatlmway Evelyn Young Ruth Prigg
Margaret Dickey Yvonne Brehm Marian Plants
Vivian Combs Violet Bissett Margaret Kelley
Pat Nagle Dorothy Bodnar Nancy james
joan Foglia Shirley Hudak Margaret Warner
THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Un April 21 in the school auditorium at S :15 P. M. the Senior Class
presented its annual class play, "Great Caesar's Ghost."
The play, a three-act comedy by Xvilliam Fisher, was directed by Mr.
lsenberg and was received very favorably by a capacity audience.
The play centered around the ghost of Great Caesar, an Inca Indian.
It accompanied Uncle Phinias Farthingale on his visit to the home of
Penelope hflaxwell and performed many a feat of magic to bring happi-
ness to this troubled household.
Members of the cast who gave such a fine performance were:
Mrs. Penelope Maxwell
Mrs. Phoebe Dekayster
Deborah Deliayster ....
Phineas Farthingale ....
Helen Maxwell ........
Tommy Tucker ........
Aunt Polly Maxwell. . .
Johnson fthe butlerj .... . . .
Esther fthe maidj ....
Mahjah the Mystic ....
Dick 0'Donnell ......
Hattie fthe cookj .....
.. . .Carol Crompton
. . . .Malcolm Cowen
.. Barbara Morrow
FOOTBALL 1949 VARSITY
The '49 football team was built around four holdovers from the
championship 1948 team. Namely: Hallam and Humphries, guardsg
Sobansky, tackle, and Czmiel, center.
They started off in very good style with a hard enough row to hoe.
However, due to inexperience, injuries, and some very bad breaks in
ofliciating, the squad wound up with a season's record of three wins and
seven losses. lvith more veterans left for the 1950 team, we should
be better off in regard to players with a reasonable amount of playing
experience. The Hiller team looks forward to the 1950 season.
RESERVE FOOTBALL 1949
The Reserves had a good year for the '49 season, winning seven,
tying one and losing one.
The outstanding games were probably the Canonsburg gameg in which
they ran in a boy with owl vision who caught a pass in the dark of the
last seconds to gain a tie, and the Monongahela game in which our boys
showed definite promise by their alert defensive and aggressive offensive
play in gaining a comfortable margin of victory.
Several promising looking recruits were found in the eighth and ninth
grades and many of them should do well on the Reserve squad this Fall.
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This year our band consists of 60 members. ln addition to playing
for the football games, it has participated in Armistie Day and Hallowelen
parades. The band also plays a large part in the Spring Festival.
President ....... ..... I ieith Bricker
Vice President .............. . ..... Norman Cimino
Secretary and Treasurer .......................... Marya McClay
A group of twelve girls who do a Very fine job in representing Trinity
High at the football games and in parades is the majorettes. In the
coming year of 1950-51, we will depend upon Nancy Manrow and Jack
Moilnts to fill the boots of Barbara Morrow and Bob Shankovieh.
Under the capable supervision of Mrs. Shirley Edwards, we have
done our best to keep up the spirit of Trinity, and give our visitors a
hearty welcome. VVe also sponsor the annual Football Banquet held
Cheerleaders graduating this year are: BeBe Comito, Dick Foster,
Dot Gamble, and Bob Finch.
New cheerleaders chosen by the student body for the coming season
Were: l,ynn Croft, Betty Brookman, Betty Ewart, and Betty Wvood.
The junior cheerleaders, Mona Lou McVay, Kitty Sanders, Nlarcella
Kudaroski, and Sylvia Gorby, who will be the Senior cheerleaders, hope
that we may nll our positions as well as the graduating Seniors have
In the 1949 season the Hiller Baseball Team Won several exhibition
games. Out of twelve encounters they won all but one, which was lost
to Chartiers. This is the fourth consecutive year that the I-Iillers have
won the Section III championship. They were beaten in the first round
of VV.P.I.A.L. playoffs by Burgettstown.
Section III is composed of the following teams:
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The Hiller matmen made a good showing this year under their mentor
Bud Allison. They won nine matches and lost six. There were a few
close matches, such as the 21-20 defeat by Chartiers.
The reserve team also did well in tying for second place in the Novice
Tournament. Gary Bigler-112, Lee WQgC1'S-l45, and Kent Neel-154
took Hrst place in their weight classes.
This has been considered a successful season, as this is only the third
year for wrestling at Trinity.
The squad will lose four members, two by graduation and two having
reached the age limit. The boys graduating are -lim Neil and Dick Phe-
lan. Art Hallam and Homer Craig have reached the age limit.
ln the lV.P.l'.A.L. Tournament at VVaynesburg, Trinity placed fourth.
Johnny lillwood pulled the surprise of the tournament by going -to the
finals. Dick Phelan also went to the finals. Both boys took second place.
1949 VARSITY BASKETBALL
Starting a rebuilding job on basketball was the main objective for
the past season. The squad consisted of seven Juniors: Gajarsky, Rea,
Smith, Johnson, Weaver, Pasierbek, and Bedillion.
The squad suffered the loss of a good shot and playmaker when Don
Bedillion's family moved away, midway through the season, but the boys
Continued to put forth their best efforts and intend to come through their
1949 RESERVE BASKETBALL
The Reserve team composed of Freshmen and Sophomores had a
good record in winning ten and losing six games.
Squad personnel consisted of Carter, Crites, Lewis, Anderson, Prov-
ance, VVilliams, Paul, and lflkstrom, Sophomores, and Harris, Sargent,
and Dubelle, Freshmen.
The outstanding game of the season was a 46-45 win over our rivals,
lvash I-Ii, in which Sargent, freshman guard, successfully converted two
foul tries at the end of the game, to tie up and then to win a very hard
These boys should furnish the extra vim, vigor, and vitality neces-
sary to strengthen our Varsity.
1949 JUNIOR I-HGH BASKETBALL
For the second year Trinity joined in the organization of an unoflicial
Junior High Basketball section composed of East Yvashington, Canons-
burg, Hickory, McDonald, Peters Township, Burgettstown, and Trinity.
Molding the team around Harris, Dubelle, and Farrabee from the
'48 team, we added Sargent, lVlurphy, Boswell, Gorby, WHl'Ll, Anderson,
and Braden as Freshmen, plus Parkinson, Siendiel, and Desmond as
Eighth Graders. We were able to go undefeated through the season,
winning twelve straight games and organizing our beginners teams along
The boys look forward to receiving the Trophy awarded by the Ace
Athletic Reconditioning Company of Burgettstown to the school whose
team should win the section.
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268 WEST WHEELING STREET
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395 East Maiden Street at LeMoyne Ave.
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R. D. 5, at Lincoln Heights
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ABEL FUNERAL HOME
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33 North Main Street
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HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, ROOFING
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145 South Franklin Street
Telephone 73 1
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WE DELIVER .... PHONE 5625
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86 South Main Street
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FAYETTE CANDY COMPANY
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1041 EAST MAIDEN ST.
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67 West Cherry Avenue
Phone 2250 Washington, Pa.
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235 Grant Street
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14-16 West Chestnut Street
REFRIGERATION at ELECTRICAL
N ight 7275-R-2
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1 and -
380 Meadow Ave.
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Shop and Headquarters - R. D. 2, Washington, Pa.
J . A . R U N G O
217 SOUTI-1 MAIN ST. WASHINGTON, PA.
Phones: 2281 - 2282 - 1775
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PHONE: 1269 Canonsburg HOUSTON, PA.
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REPAIRS ON ALL OFFICE MACHINES
WASHINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.
57 West Chestnut Street Phone 2919
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VAUGHT DANCING STUDIO
69 East Wheeling Street Q Phone 9624
TEACHING ALL KINDS OF DANCING
PRIVATE LESSONS DAILY
Classes for High School Students as well as Adult Classes above Teen Age
Chilclren's Dancing Classes a Specialty
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