Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA)

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' ' MI" ,,-V' x ' an W ,gli 4 'gr 'if M I . xv 1 ,M . K 2 'TX I952 0LY P IT 'T 7 I pubfishecl by THE STUDENTS UF TRINITY HIGH SCHUCL DEDI The members of the Olympus Staff are pleased to take this opportunity to give expres- sion to the regard in which We hold the subject of our dedication. Miss Jennie Marie Ferralli, our teacher of American History, holds a high place in our esteem. The spontaneity of the enthusiasm of her instruction, the vitality which she imparts to the events of our history, the dignity and the genuine friendliness of her personality, the in- tensity of her interest and loyalty to her and our Alma Mater make these associations richer and more meaningful for us. T10 Q ,fang an,, 0.9 i 4' 1 ', u 1 e ' ' r ,Q 9 biyfl s 0 0 ' 'Q ee 1 fg. '19, ff va :ao '- 5 go li' sv' , 1 aff' I N, . gl ,gn Q O ,nl Q.0 'om 5 il O5 I. Q' 50, 1 ,wx Q 4 SQ!! I Qi ji Miss X JLNNHM: BIARIIQ F1 RRALLI HNXWXS WMWXW CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS GF As you stand on life's threshold pondering over the many Ways open to you, may the bargain you make with life be a good one and one that will bring you happiness. You all know from your study of history that this World is a place of struggle and that life is not intended to be easy, but happiness is not always a laughing matter. The American Way of life offers you the deep happiness of those who fight and Win. You cannot lose if you are so in love with life tlIat you want to live it to tlIe full. You must keenly feel the needs of others g you must see goodness in tlIe commonplace duties of your daily vvorkg you must put up an endless fight against the things tlIat corruptg you must believe that freedom is not the right to do as you please, but your great opportunity to please to do What is right. And to you, the Administration and Faculty, We extend our sincere appreciation for the fine spirit of cooperation and loyalty which you have shown in your relationship with the Students and the Board. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF TRINITY HIGH ScHooL l'lAROI,D M. BRENNER, President. HAROLD M. BRENNER Moss RUTAN J. HAGAR QPUTHRIE Wu.I.Is L. RAMSEY South Strabane ' Canton North Franklin Amwell Presidrvzl l'1f'f Przxrzdfzzl Sfcrrlary Tl'Fl1JH!'f7' EARL BROOKMAN Canton J. S. GIBSON Amwell JAMES MARTIN North Franklin TONY RoMANo Canton sk . A 1 gl 4 GEORGE BURY WYLIE COURSON JOHNATHAN DAY EDWIN J. GAUL Canton North Franklin Amwell South Strabane V. .,....,..,.. ...,.. ., ., at . . - - ilil ff ..,, l REED HANEY VVILLIAM HEATl,EY PAUL LEWIS GLENN MANNON Sguth Strabane North Franklin Amwell South Strabane .,., ,. Emi' I ' I IAEA. . . STANLEY MCWREATH EMERSON PALMER W. B. REDD South Strabane ANTHONY SHULTZ Canton North Franklin Amwell JOHN A. SMITH MARGARET ULERY Canton Canton ACULT of Prinrfpaf E. VAUGHN ROSS Dfan of Sludfntr J. ARLEIGH JOHN Washington and jefferson College, B.S., M.A.g University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed.g Geometryg Trigonometryg Algelmrag Advisor to Seniors. Ilr ir fwisr -who mn insiruft ur and assist 115 in daily fvirtuous lifving. GARNET WITHROW Trinity High School. Secretary to Principal. Efvfrything that if good, .runzmrd up into onf pfrson. Washington and jefferson College, BS. M.S., University of Pittsburgh, lVl.Ed. Tlzry llmt gowrrn makfjllf lfast noifr Dirfftor of Hftifvitim -IANIES R. CLARK Juniata College, H.S.g University of Pitts- burg, M.Ed.g Plane Ueometryg Olympus Staff Ilfrflr, not fwordx. ELEANOR COLUSSI Trinity High School. Secretary to Principal Warm llfarted and gfnrrous. OOO 1952 To the Student Body It is the students who make up the school and determine how successful it will be. You are the material that we take and turn into a finished prod- uct, but only with your co-operation and help can that finished product be obtained. YVe attempt to give you the skills and background that will enable you to make the proper decisions in the future, but if the attitude of Willingness is not present, our task will be impossible. The rest of your life, wherever you may go, you will be watched as a grad- uate of our High School. All your activities will either bring praise or dis- grace to yourself and our institution. Let us hope that this will always be in your mind in the future and remember- "You are Trinity High Srlmolf' Marie Alexy Bethany College, A.B., Physical Education, Vocational Science, Advisor to "TU Club. Vilalily and fnrryy malta' a fine lfarlrlx Norman Allison VVashington and Jefferson College, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, M.D., Civics, Earth Science, Wrestling Coach, Assistant Foot- ball Coach. Wise to 1'z'.rol-ve and patient to reform. Mrs. Emily Auld University of Pittsburgh, A.B., Graduate work: Washington and jefferson College, English. An ounce of fwil ix 'worth a pound of xorrofw. ACULTY Mrs. Garnet Allison Slippery Rock State Teachers College, University of Pitts- burgh, A.B., Graduate work: Washington and jefferson Col- lege, World History, Olympus Staff, Advisor to Trinity His- torians. Lofved l1y all. Mrs. Agnes Auld University of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.S., Advisor to Science Club, Chemistry, Physics. Loyal, optimixiif, and gay. Irvin Behanna Trinity High School, Assistant Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds. Nefver rests until a day's 'work is done. Mrs. Beatrice Carmichael Margaret Morrison, Carnegie College, Carnegie Institute of Technology, B.S., Graduate work: University of Pittsburgh, Home Economics, Advisor to F.H.A. i4ffl'I1fflfl'I'7I1'.YJ is luv' quality. Milton T. Decker Waynesburg College, B.S., Grad- uate work: Pennsylvania State College, California State Teach- ers College, Physical Education, Athletic Coach. Hr dar: iwrll fwho dom hir best. Jennie M. Ferralli Washington Seminary, Pennsyl- vania College for Women, A.B., Graduate Work: Pennsylvania State College, University of Pittsburgh, Advisor to Trinity Historians, Advisor to Cheer-- leaders, Advisor to junior Class. With Il Jmilf, shit' grfftr you efvfry day. John N. Crosbie Pennsylvania State College, B.S. Vocational Agriculture, Advisor to F.F.A. Chapter. Quality, not quantity, ir my rzifzuurrf. Beverly Dunn VVashington Seminary lr. Col lege, Slippery Rock State Teach ers College, English, History Civics. fl helpful hand ix 'welcomed at all times. Werner Gayvert Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds. Job fwrll done. Bertram Isenberg Marian Kuzy Washington and jefferson Col- lege, A.B., Graduate work, Washington and jefferson Col- lege, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State College, Eng- lish, journalism. Advisor to Hiller. Director of Dramatics. Striving for .furffrr is my ambition. John Lowery Washington and jefferson Col- lege, Pennsylvania State College, B.S., Vocational Agriculture, Advisor to F.F,A. Chapter. .4 mr-fry lifarf makfx Il cheerful fountrnanrr. Mrs. Mary Mansbarger Wayneshurg College, A.B., French, Arithmetic, Algebra. H11 mor and injiurncr. William C. Good Carnegie Institute of Technology, A.B., Graduate work, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Direc- tor of Music, Band, Orchestra, Mixed Chorus. Exf1'l11'nr'1' in Ihr' lim' of musir. Cleon Hallam VVashington and jefferson Col- lege,A.B., M.A., Graduate work, University of Pittsburgh, Prob- lems of Democracy, English. Advisor to Olympus Staff. Good .wnsf and naturz' arf 7II"Uz"f .tf'par11t1'd. Floyd H. Hootman VVashington and jelierson Col- lege, B.S., Graduate work, Wash- ington and jefierson College, General Science, Senior Science, Visual Education. Progrz-is in mind and thought. of Washington Seminary junior College, Margaret Morrison, Carnegie Institute of Technolo- gy, B.S., Typing, Business Tech- niques. Co-Advisor to Commercial Club. Advisor to Senior Y-Teens. Advisor to Freshman Class. Brains and beauty go fwfll hand in hand. Mrs. Lillian Manor University of Pittsburgh, B.S., Reading, Spelling, Civics, Penn- sylvania History, General Sci- ence. .-1lfway.r thfrr' 'LL'll1'7l llflp is nffdml. Charles M. McClelland Pennsylvania State College, B.S., Graduate work, University of Pittsburgh, Supervisor of Agri- culture, Ag. Shop. Advisor to F.F.A. Chapter. Advisor to junior Class. Responsibility and pofwrr fwalle hand in hand. Mrs. Dorothy Grimes VVashington Hospital, Duquesne University, University of Pitts- burgh. .Vodfrn Florfnfr Niglztingair. Mrs. Lucille Heil Margaret Morrison, Carnegie College, Carnegie Institute of Technology, B.S., Home Econom- ics, Advisor to F.H.A. Chapter, Advisor to Cafeteria Club. Simplifity if I1 gran' in f1.un1n1'n at fwrfl ax if is I1ffI'IIt'fi'UI'. Mrs. Frances Huffman Indiana State Teachers College, B,S., Graduate work, Waynes- burg College, Shorthand, Typ- ing, Advisor to junior Y-Teens, Advisor to Commercial Club. Intrlliganvf and kindnms go fwwll log1'1l11'r. 1952 Mrs. Winona McCullough VVestminster College, B.B.A., Graduate work, University of Pittsburgh, Typing, General Business Training, Business Techniques. Advisor to Senior Class. Olympus Staff. The fligllrzfl of iI'f.vlf11fIf011 it .rfrfvfrf lu 0f!lFl'.l'. James A. Moninger VVashington and Jefferson Col- lege, 1-LS., Graduate work, VVash- ington and jefferson College, Assistant Football Coach, Assis- tant liztsketball Coach, Baseball Coach, English, Olympus Staff. Advisor to Senior Class. Oh! To lzufvc hir mlm, vary man- ner. Ruth R. Myers Muskingum College, A.B., Grad- uate work, Muskingum College, University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed.g English, Librarian. Advisor to Sophomore Class. Kindnr-ss in wuz-ry fway .tllull twin my Iofvr. ACULTY Mrs. Wilma Mitchell Vllaynesburg College, A.B., Grad- uate vvork, University of Pitts- burgh, Washington and jefferson College, Bookkeeping, Elemen- tary Algebra. Advisor to junior Y-Teens. Kindnfrr har fwon luv' lofvf. Martha E. Moninger Pennsylvania College for VVom- en, University of Pittsburgh, A.B., Graduate work, Washing- ton and jefferson College, Eng- lish. Rffizzvmerzt is rupfrior to bfauiy. Jack Rea Trinity High School. Assistant janitor. .fllfwayr bury, airway.: rontfnt. Mrs. Mexa Roberts Cafeteria Manager. Advisor to Cafeteria Club. if friwnd in fwrry way. Mrs. Robert Smith Westminster College, B.S., Grad- uate work, Washington and jeff- erson College, Mathematics. Advisor to Go-To-College Club. Advisor to Eighth Grade. Truz' 11Ilppf7ll'J.t' in fuller! rneasurr. J. Howard Wilson Thiel College, B.S., VVashington and Jefferson College, M.A., Biology, Olympus Staff. .4ggr'1'.vsifUr, and kind l11'IIl'fI'1f. Paul Sedlak State Teachers College of Cali- fornia, B,S.g University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed., Commercial Geography, Geography. Advisor to junior Hi-Y. Freshman Class Advisor. Dons any tark fwfll. Mrs. Margaret Spriggs Geneva College, A.B., graduate work, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State College, Latin. Advisor to S.P.Q.R, Club. llrr .ttalr is alfwrlyr rlfnr and xwrrrzw. 19 mms N WM 1 SE ICRS J JACK MOUNTS Jack Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Oliieer 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Student Patrol 4, Project VVinner 2, 3, 4, junior Play, May Day 3, 4, State F.F.A. Band 2, 3, 4, Public Speaking VVinner 3, Class Otheer 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4. Class . . . IIr'.v an all-nroumi guy in I"l'I'I'-11 lnlmsv, 1J1'.fl'l'fUIlly of the lllglzrrt praisf. ln the fall of 1948 we, 289 eager and bewildered boys and girls in the Class of "SZ", made our entrance in Trinity as the Freshmen. W7e organized our Class by electing M1's. W7inona lVIounts lVIeCullough and lVIr. james bioninger as our class advisors and the following ofiieers: Kenneth Moninger, President Ida Megyesy, Secretary Harry Reese, Vice President John Anderson, Treasurer Wie sponsored an after-football game dance and held our Freshman Party in Ap,-11. As Sophomores we entered Trinity with more confidence and eagerness and elected the following otlieers: Charles Williams, President Janie Holmes, Secretary William Roberts, Vice President Betty Wood, Treasurer Qui' major event of the year was the Sophomore Party. VVe also sponsored the Victory Dance after a football game' li N MARY JANE HOLMES Janie Commercial-Academic Class Otlieer 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, T-Club 3, 4, May Day 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, ' OH-leer 2, 3, 4, Home Room Otheer 2, 3, 4, ii. Hiller Staff 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Student Council 4, Othcer 4, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Oi'l'iCer 3, 4, S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, Nurses Club 4, Officer 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 4. .af N. Mme . 33" ifffuhf YZ'- , ef 1-if . . ,.:,, t f. ":iJf,H2 ,J 4 J f "'-".2'5:1:' F A is ii-:Xi-.X 4 9 ,.-my, Xexi"'1:-v .WA f IVF Iflillk Il1at Janie is rrally grand. Na! tl prflticr girl could 11111112 lad our band. OF 1952 HARRY REESE Hezzy Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, -Lg Class Ol-hcer 1, 3, -lg Home 0 Room Officer 1, 3, -I-g Student Council 1, 3, 4, H 1 S t 0 r V Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Demonstration Team 4. llrzzy is a happy lad, To llflp you lm if alfway glail. YVhen our third year arrived we felt as if we really belonged by presenting our class play, "The Big Blowupv and especially when we received our class rings in February. Our biggest event of the year was the Junior Prom in May, the Junior Party and the Junior Play. Our ollicers were: Jack Mounts, President .Ioan Heidelmeier, Treasurer Harry Reese, Vice President Mrs. Winona McCullough, Janie Holmes, Secretary Mr. James Moninger, Advisors This being our fourth and last year in Trinity we hope to make the best of it. VVe started our social calendar by sponsoring a successful round dance, the "VVinter VVhirl." Vile have been busy choosing our announcements and name cards, ordering our senior pictures, being fitted for our caps and gowns and planning our Senior Play and Class Party. Looking forward to graduation we know there will always be a place in our hearts for our Alma Nlater. Our oflicers for the year were: Jack Mounts, President Janie Holmes, Secretary Harry Reese, Vice President Betty Wood, Treasurer BETTY WOODS Perky A ' V Commercial4Academic V I Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 1, 2, Cheer- ' ' V' T leader 2, 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 4, Hiller A his gi Staff 3, Class Officer 2, 45 Home Room Officer l 1, 2, 3, 4. Belly ir ll friend to all, She gow fwith a boy named Paul. 5 52151 if eair David Meredith Ackley Dave John N. Anderson Andy Vocational-General Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Class Of- cer 1, Home Room Ofhcer 2, 4, junior Play. Whrn Andy sings Il solo, Barharzz fwill go Oh! Oh! Reita Anderson Reita Commercial Cafeteria Club 3, F.H.A. 4, Usher 4. This girl likfr io danrf, So on thf gym -floor ,rhe 4-will pranff. Alice Jane Ackley Alice Jane jorette 4 , Y-Teens Club 3, 4. Gayel Ackroyd 1, 2. jailfr. Richard Anderson Dick Academic-Commercial Basketball 1, 2, Student Coun- cil 1, Sr. H1-Y 3, 4. Tlifrr' fwax Il hay namfd Dirk, Ilfho fwilh Jomr' girls mnli Jiifk. Mabel Commercial Mabel Lois Andrew Commercial Club 3, 4, May Day 1, Ofhce Girl 3, 4, jr. Y-Teens 1, Z, Sr. Y-Teens 3, 4, Olym- pus Staff 4. Srhool and tmix an' not for hrr, B111 mmf boy Jlllllt' fwhfrv must llllllfl' hm' puff. f1-wt. Shr' 11'r1r'.v11't.lik1' Smiior Lit, B111 l'll'I17Ikll7I mahrx ll hit. General-Academic Go-to-College Club 3, 4, Ma- Z, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 4, May Day 2, Monitor 3, Science Gayle Commercial Sr. 'Y-Teens 4, Student Council 3, Home Room Officer 2, Usher 3, East VVashington High School Shi' lihm furry miirh hz-1' sailor, Bu! rl0fJ7l'f Carr far thc Trinity Sammy Angott Sam General-Commercial Englixh Lit. do1'.fn'l appeal to him, lllayhr' fhnt'i fwhy hf'.f 50 thin. Bert Barale Bert General Brriiiiir of thi' Jlfffw hi' dor'J1z'l gri, Wziifizzg for thr bus 111ak1'J him General-Academic jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, Oflicer 2, Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4, Visual Education 3, 4, VVrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. F01'fwa1'1l girli arf 11111 his kind, Wlzfn if fwfr fwill 111' niake up hi.x iniml? Doris Anderson D. A. Vocational-General jr. X-Ieens 1, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3, Home Room Olii- cer 1. .4 littli' girl by thi' 11111110 of DA., In bi-ii .vhf lileznr to stay. Matthew L. Armstrong Matt Academic jf. Hi-Y 1, 2, s.P.Q-R. Cluh 1, 2, 3, History Club 2, 3, 4, Sci- ence Club 4, Hall Patrol 4, Olympus Stalf 4. He may not bn zu strong fu his handlr, And no 0111, 0151? buf Ewflyn holds zz raizdlf. Enod LaVerne Barnhart Butch Academic -Ir. Y-Teens 1, 2, Sr. Y-Teens 3, 4, May Day 1, S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, Ofiice Girl 4, Science Club 3, 4, Go-ToCollege Club 3, 4, Ofhcer 4, Monitor 2. Shi' dorm? like honzefworla on fivrfh rndx, Bu! halidayx fwill nzaki' amends. Regina Beckner Reggie Commercial Usher 43 Home Room Ofiicer 43 Sr. Y-Teens 4, Vifashington High School 1, 2, Hfith hm' l"l7I'L'1'P'.Hlf107l is fun, llfhfn 5l1f"5 !ll'IlIl7ld l"Ul'l'y07lI' 1'l.vr' is mzzm. Jack E. Beecham Beech General Hi-Y 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. qllihongh hir lli4'h'1lIIlIIl' is Bffrh, Thr' gzrlr Ilfflllf far from ,III rrarlz. E. Richard Bednarski Dick General lVho'lf plant fhf rorn or rrlrry a Jlifk, Ur fwalrh ofvfr farmfr Dirk? June Bell June Commercial-General -Ir. Y-Teens 1, 2, Sr. Y-Teens 3, -l. This fair laJJir'.v Illlllll' ix Boll, Imfx .ray Nothing for ll fhangw, 1t'.f jurt ax fwfll. Jean Irene Benedict Pee Wee Commercial-General F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Ofhcer 2, 33 jr. Y-Teens 1, 23 Sr. Y-Teens 3. -I-3 Home Room Oflicer 1, 25 Of- fice Girl 4. To hor Jim is thr only our Ilfright, But lrll mo do thfy I"'Ul'l' hghl? Betty Jean Bissett Bett Vocational-General F.H.A. 2, 3, Home Rc. Club lg Home Room Officer 2. Upon the hill top r'r', You'll find our frifnd BMI. Eleanor Brice El Marilyn Brock Marilyn Commercial Commercial Club 3, 45 F.H.A.g Ofiice Girl 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chartiers High School 1. Rwfordx .rho lihzkr fo spin, But "LL'llU51' hrarf Iwi!! .rho fwin? Betty Jean Brookman Boo Vocational-Academic Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Sr. Y-Teens 3, 43 May Day 1, Z, Home Room Officer 2, 33 Student Council 2g Science Club 3, 4, Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3g Go-To-College Club 4, F.H.A. Demonstration Team 2, Olym- pus Staff 3, -I-Q Nurses Club 4. Thry my hor nirhnamz' is Boo, Shf'.t going fwifh zz boy, but fwho? Commercial Home Ee. lg Chorus 1, Sr. Y- Teens 43 East VVashington 1. Fomi of dancing is sho, Ilfilhoul fun rlzfll no-vfr hr. Edward Thomas Brooks Petey Commercial Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1 2 3, 4. v v I'rlfy'.t Ihr Jim' of thr gflllll, ,fmt fwifh him, Pal.ty',r his qIlI't'7l. Gary Bigler Gary Vocational VVrestling 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Project VVinner 3. IVF all hlzofw Ihr flCl'l'A'f!1'V Gary, lV,l0JI' llllllll' rl1ym1'.v fwifh .ldrniral Prrry. Dale Bowne Dale Academic Moon Township High 1g Hi-Y 3, 4, Ofiicer 4, History Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Student Patrol -I-Q Olympus Staff 3, 4. From flloon Tofwmhip High he came, To fnlfr TI'ilIifj".Y llall of Famr. Dolores G. Butcher Butch Commercial T111' 1zif1en1111111 of But1'11 t11i.v girl boasts, But lnusir' 111111 arts 51111 lika.v11111s1. Glenn Carter Glenn Academic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Z, Science Club 3, 4, Hiller Stal? 3. .JI b!15kl'11I!11l 111' 1lIl.Y 1111 111111, B111 rh1'11115fry filly 111111 fwi1'11 fr111'. Ruth Bruckner Ruthie Vocational VVasbington High 1, 2, 3. 1'111'11lf11115 1111' simply 1111111'1'1, B111 .fl111ly111g for llkffj' Jlll' 1111111111 Lois Burchell Lois Commercial Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orlicer 4, jr, Y-Teens 2, Sr. Y-Teens 3, 4, May Day 2, Hiller Stal? 32 Olympus Staff 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, 'll-Club 3, 4, Commer- cial Club 3, 4. 1V1l11 I111' b111111' 5111 1111111 111-1' fl1111', 111111 111111 for t111r tram 5111' fwill rout. Shirley Carpenter Shirley Commercial -lr. Y-Teens 1, 2, Sr. Y-Teens 3, 4, Jr. Play Usher 3, Majo1'- ette 3, 4. S111' may 111' Il 11111j111'1'll1', B111 511135 Jlill -1151111111 yff. Nancy Cary Nan Commercial Y-Teens, 1,ibrzxrian, VVashing- ton High School 1. .ll11111111y 1711117111111 .f11f 111.vlik1'J, H111 for 111111111111 111111 11111511 5110 f1L'1ll 1111ef. Nancy Cassady Ninny Commercial Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Majorette 4. S111"ll 1111 111'1' bmi, For l111' lzffw 1101517 c'111'.ft. Carmella Charmley Pudgy Commerci al-General May Day 1, Librarian 4, Y- 'I'eens 1, 2, 3, 4. F111 II 1111-l 110110 11o1'J11'f 1i1'1' 'LL'1I1'k 111111111111 I111' 11o11,vf, S111' '7.L'!1IIf.f l1l!1l'16, curly 111111' 111111 blur 1'y1'.1 for 11111, 511011512 Eleanor Joan Bukoski El Commercial Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, jr. Y-Tccns 1, br. X-Ieens 3, 4. G1'fti1111 llfl 111 thf 711017117111 .r111' 1'1111'l J1llIl11, B111 111111111 111111 111111111111 Jlll' fwill 111'111111111. Dolores liushmire Dee Commercial May Day 1, Librarian 2, 3. T1111' f1'l1'111Ily l1tll1' girl you .f1'1', If 1111111' 11l111'1' but DN. Robert Chapman Bob Academic-Commercial Olympm Staff 4, Latin Club 1, Z, Orchestra 1, Hiller Staff 3. H15 111111111 111.1 1111111r l111l11'.v, For 111' .rurrly 111111117 rvarh 111 1,117 Jkivs. Frances Helen Chunko Fran Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Flagtwirler 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Ofhcer 4, Home Room Ofliccr 4, Student Council 4, Olympus Staff 4. Out 011 11111 ffld -we fun' Fran, But 111111 l111'1'f'.f Cary in the .vt1111d. Norman Cimino Pete Vocational-General F.F.A. 1, 2, F.F.A. State Band 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, Home Room Oflicer 3, 4. Parr quill hr firrt in a lllfff, ll'h1'n 011 hir Irnllzfwi hr' playx Il 41U'LL'7Il7t"llt. Mary Colussi Mem Commercial-General T-Club 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, jr. Y-Teens 1, 2, Sr. Y-Teens 3, 4, Home Ec 1. Ilrr Jmflf and fm-.mnality rllahr' hm' jhojhularily. Mary Lou Clutter Mary Lou Commercial-Vocational Home Ee Club 1, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, F.H..X. Demonstration Team 2, -lr. Y-Teens 2, Sr. Y-Teens 3, 4, May Day 1, Commercial Club 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, Olym- pus Staff 3, 4. qlllwayx ax hu.ry ar rr hw, :lt Ihr' hwrnl of Ihr' Olynzfrux fr xhf. Mary Connor Mary Commercial-Vocational Orchestra 2, 3, 4, F.H..'X. 3, 4. Our' of Ihr' IlItU'I'lI'Ll girls if xhf, Plans I0 1'11i.rr' rr family. Richard Eugene Crile Curley Vocational Visual Education 3, 4, F.F.rX. 1, 2, 3, 4. This boy Curlwy hrlpr Io slmfw Ihr' shofwr, Hut fwhn il fr at night no nm' lnzufwr. .lack Crites Jack General Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2. Ifrmflmll is hir hiygfrt rjrort, .-Intl' hfr a .viar by all reports. 5 Betty Jean Cox 2, 3, 4, Usherette 4. l j11.rI 10 fofwn. Franklin Craig Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Kenneth E. Crile Kenny General-Commercial Hall Patrol 4. Getting up .rnrly hc mnlt takf, Bur at Illflllflllll' hr Xllffly lx afwalrr! Lynn Croft Lynn .-Xcatlelnic Go-To-College Club 3, 4, S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, Hiller Staff 3, 'l'-Club 3, 4, -lr. Y-'lteens 1, 2, Oi'l'icer 2, Sr. Y-Teens 3, 4, Olympus Staff 4, junior Play, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Home Room Oi'l'icer 2, 3, Science Club 2, 4, Future Nurses Club 4, May Day 1, 2, 3, 4, Ofhce Girl 3, 4, Monitor' 2, History Club 2, 3, 4. Trinty twill hz' out of lurk H'l1fr1 fwr' last' lhir nimlllf przrh. Betty Commercial-Vocational History Club 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. Club Thi: girl Betty has Kwon rmlofwrl, For fha' lilezfs In frafwl fllffllfl' than Joe General With Alire Jam' to l'lll'f'7' hir bluff llr hanft anylhiny lo lasr. Shirley .lean Cox Shirl Commercial lr. Y-Teens 2, Sr. Y-Teens 4, Home Room Ofhcer 3, May Day 1, 2, Football Usher 4. 1'f0lIll"'LL'0I'h' lllllkfi nur Shirlry mmf. flrf all hm' hay friwndx juxl ll fad? Lester Craig Lester Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Ilercfr anothrl' who dirlilernr lil., But with food hill do his hit. Dorothy Marie Dhayer Dot Commercial Y-Teens 4, Hiller Staff 3. Dorothy is II jirrslsfflli lass, W1"rr' glad lo hafur' hrr in our rlass. Joan Dragan Joan Commercial History Club, Commercial Club 3, 4, Otlicer 4, Home Room Of- licer 2, 45 T-Club 4, OH-icer 4. Ready for anything and full of fun, Joan is I1 friend of vfvrryunr. Jane Cummins Janie Academic Forest Derrow Frosty Gene ral Frosfy Dfrrofu-, jolly and merry, Nmffr swfms to hnfvf a ran' or fworry. Nurses Club 4, Monitor 2, 3. .4 future nursr shv plans to hr, But fwhat I don't knnfzc, is fwlm is lm? Edward J. DeWitt Ed Shirley DeWitt Shirley ACademiC,C0mme,-Gia1 Academic-Commercial Shi:-Ivy is .tzlrll ll quiff lass, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Football I 171' llflfdlj' hnofw sh1"s III our rlass. ' Baseball 3, 4, Bucca- neer Staff 3, Hall Patrol 33 junior Play 3, Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Chartiers 1, 2, 3. Ed is Il yrfnt ffmfhall fan, H1"s also quifz' fl lmlirs' man. Charles Dicks Chuck General Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club. Lila' oihfr mfmhfrs of our hand, Churh 15 ronslanfly 171 tlfnmml. Alfred Ekstrom Al Academic Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Oflicer 41 Science Club 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, Olympus Staff 3, -4. Whrn mixing fhnmimls Al fwasn't so hot, And Auld soon pu! him on Ihr spot. John Elliott Johnny Mary Lou Elliott Lou Commercial-Vocational Commercial F.F.A. 2, 3, 4. Niay Day 1, Commercial Club Johnny do1'sn't say furry rnufh in 3: 'li Y-Tfffm 1- Zi 31 4- Olllcef 2' 4'l11.f.f, .-flfways lazzgllirzy, allways yay, Hf"d rnthfv' sleep and lf! Iimr' pass. This is Lou, day hy tlay. Lois Ann Engle Lois William Enos Bill Commercial Commercial-General Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Commercial VVrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Club 3, 43 Hiller Staff 3- ,J littlf group fha! is offrn sffn Lois jus! lofvws to halvz' II good Is Bill, Jlllllf, and his lllV10ll5l7ll'. llmr, Lifvr, laugh, and l0'Uf-IHIZI' lifz- in its prfrnf. Marjorie Enstrom Marge Academic History Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Future Nurses Club 4, Oliicer 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Office Girl 4, Science Club 4, Go-To- College Club 3, 4, Oflicer 4, Latin Club 1, 2. Jlargo fwilh her dark fyw and hair, 15 alfways fwilling to play fair. Margery Ewart Marge Commercial Y-'1'eens 1, 2, 3, +, onine: 2, +5 junior Play, Home Room Oth- cer 3, Flagtwirler 3, 4, Com- mercial Club 3, 4, Future Nurse Club 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Otlice Girl 3. Wlargf, -who is ,fo Kwilling to sffw, Will make Il good r1'an1JfrfJ.v somfdziy, fwi' knofw. James B. Hamilton Ben Vocational F.F.A. l, Z, 3, 4, Oflicer 3, Key- stone Farmer 4. A handsoirm barhr-lor 1111's drier- minfd to bf, Ten yfafr from no-w fLc:1"ll 517' if lH"J' fr1'1'. Marjorie Hartley Margie Commercial Commercial Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Home Ec Club 1. Margf -will molar' Il good 5I'fI'I'llll'y, Unlznvr :hr rhanger l11'r mind and fl'l'fi1i!'5 Io marry, Betty Jean Ewart Red Commercial Nlay Day Z, Latin Club 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Olympus Staff 4, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Otlicer 2, Home Room Officer 2, 3. Rfd ix a .vmall and mighty lays, .-Intl a rim' 111111 fzcifty girl of our flair. Wanda June Foster Windy Commercial Football Usher 4, junior Usher 3, VVashington High School 1,2. 1f'1l7Ii1I1 is quifr as ll rulr, lI'f'll miss lim' fwlirn flu' il'Il'Ul'.V our Jrhool. Andrew Sutton Frazee Andy Commercial-General In P. 0.11. flarr mor! rfvrry day, flndy alfwayi' liar JOI!1f'fl1i7Ig to ray. Delores Marie Green Babe Academic-Commercial F.H.A. 1, Monitor 3, Home Room Othcer 1, Science Club 1, Othce Girl 4, May Day, Go- To-College Club 4. Delores is a .vlly little 11155, find quitf Il n1f1'r.f.fity lo our flair. Emerson Hamilton Em Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Talking, g1'.ftur'ing, moving slofw, You ran jimi Em fLUhl'I'l"U1'l' you fl0. Olive Hatfield Olive Vocational-Commercial Home EC Club 1, 2, F.H.A. 3, Librarian -l-. Olifvr ir so quicl and sfwrfl, SI11' plfasrs f"Uf'I'y07lI' slir mrfls. Robert M. Gray Mitchell General Basketball, Baseball. B011 liopm' Ilia! after' graduation, lI1"ll br llllll' to find I1 good arm- jiafinn. Dorothy Marie Guzel Dot Commercial Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. "No likcf' l1oy.r," rays Dot. Juxt maybe, they ?H"L'I'I' fought. Jlary Jo is Iopx in alt1'udi11y XFIIOOI, Carol Jean Henry Carol Jean Academic Latin Club 1, 2, Monitor 1, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Ofhcer 4, Hiller Staff 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Go- To-College Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, Ofhcer. IV1' kno-'w in "lig1l1t.v" you'1l iff flfr nauzr, t For Inv' piano Lu-Ill lzrmg hwr fomw. Mary Jo Hickman Mary .lo Commercial-Vocational Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 3, 4, Student Council 1. IVMJM' almrnt or lardy tln' fwholw your fllfflllgll. Geraldine Hathaway Gerry General-Vocational F.H.A. 1, 2, Otlicer 2, May Day 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, T-Club 3, 4. Gfrry, fav' kno-u' I1ll.Y7I'f lll1lI'll lo my, 13111 Jl1w'.v loadx of fun in her quiet Away. Beverly Haught Bev Commercial-General Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Home Room Ofhcer 2. Bm! fwifh llfl' flashing Jlnilc, fllfwuys fwrarr ilu' fairs! Jtylf. Betty Jean Hickman Bet Commercial Y-Teens 2, Monitor 3. lifffy, tllougll basllful is Jllfll ll good' sport, Soon .romr ffm' boy, fwz' lift, 1111311 fouri. William Hickman Bill General Hall Patrol 4. Bill and his girl l0gffllI'l', lfflllk the holly in :pile of Ihr' fLL'fnll1M'. Lillian Hochkraut Lil Commercial Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Home Room Officer 2, Student Council 2, Commercial Club 4. Lil ix fall, dark, and smlafr, Sin' rfally is our faslzion plan-. Don Houston Don Commercial IV1' lanoiw l11"ll go to Co-rd Collfgr' lux! to gm' Jomr' ffllllllt' kllofwlmfgf. Betty Lou Haught Bettylou Commercial T-Club 3, 4, Home Room Offi- cer 1, Ofiice Girl 2, 3, 4, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Batty in hm' jolly Away, ll'f"r1f Jzlrz' fwill be ll 5u6c'4's.r tomo- day. Betty J. Heidelmeier Betty Jo Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, T-Club 3, 4, Ofhcer 3, Stu- dent Council 4, Officer 4, Li- brarian Z, 3, 4, Oflicer 3, 4, Ofhce Girl 4. Bzflty Jo and lzrr mr :ll-zcayy .wont to br' up Io par. Sondra Jane Hoover Sonnie Commercial Olympus Staff 3, 4, Substitute Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, T-Club 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, Oliice Girl 4, Home Room Officer 4, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 2, 3, Librarian 4. Sorlllif is tl rlrrk 117111 alto I1 do-if, W7fl1'7l Jl11",f around, you arf' surf la knofu' it. Barbara Hoy Barb Vocational-Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Hiller Staff 3, May Day 1, Usher 4, Home EC Club 1. Roady for anyilzing and full of fun, Brzrlmra if a frimzd of l"Ul'I'yl11lt'. Joyce Mae Hudak Joy Vocational-General Home EC Club 13 F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 Monitor Z. .10j'l'1' 1111.1 1'1111.r1'11 ll g111111 llfifllflfl- 11011, 1 A S111"11 111' ll 11IlI1J'1'flQ'l1l' 11f11'1' 111111111- 1111111l. Elna Mae Huston Elna Commercial Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. J 11l'ffI'I' f1'11'1111 l'l11I7l01 11f f11111111, W'111'11 E1lIIl 1.1 111'1'11'1'11, x111".r 111- f1c11y.v 11rr1111111'. Julia Krajacic Julie Vocational-Commercial Commercial Club -1-3 Home Ec Club 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 33 Oi'1'ice Girl 2, 3, 43 Home Room Officer 1, 3, -1. J11111' 15 I1 p1'1'11y 111.117, 11'11'1'1' 111111111 ffl 1111111' 111'r 111 11111' 1'111.11'. Joyce Lang Joy General Latin Club 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, Z, 33 Student Council 23 Home Room Ofhcer 2. Joym' is II fr11'1111 111 11111' 117111 1111 T11 .r1111z1' 7I1l'1' f1'11I1M, 111:11 1111p1' .f111"11 f1111. Norman Hunt Norm Academic Band 1, 2, 3, +3 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus +3 Latin Cluh 1, 2, 3, -1, Officer 3, 43 History Club 2, 3, -1, Ofiicer 33 Student Patrol -13 Olympus Staff 3, 4. Nnrrn ix ll 1111'111111'r of our 11111111, Il1.v 111111111 is 1l1fU.'1Ij.'A' 111'111' 111 11111111. Carmella Insana Carm Commercial-General Y-Teens 13 Student Council 13 Home Ee Club 1, Z3 F.H.A. 1. 1V1111 lzrr f1'11'11111y 5111111' 117111 111'1' j11'1'11y 11111111 hair, C111'111 110111 1'11p1u1'1' fI'11'71L15 any- fLc111'1'1'. Marie S. Krall Marie Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Offi- cer +3 History Club 3, 43 Usher 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Monitor 23 Science Club 3, -I-3 Senior Y-Teens 43 West Bethlehem Harry A. James Hezzy Commercial Visual Education 2, 3, +3 Hall Patrol -1. Bl"'wlII'l' fwhru 1w11111111y 1l11'011gh 1h1' 111111, Harry 1.1 111111 "mp" 1111 Ihr 111111. Mary Louise Kler Mary Commercial-Vocational Monitor 4. 1U11ry, fw1111 111111 iiny 11111111113 Sayx it 1111111115 lmr ff1'1 quita .Y1l11f1I'. Academic-General Hi-gh School 1. 1l'Ill1'1l' is ll spurt 111 fLC111l11'fU1'l' 51111 111111 11'1"1'1' 1111111 XIII' will 11r1111111111' 1101111 11.1. Millard Paul Lawson Mil Vocational F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 4, Boys' Union 23 lN1ixed Chorus 23 Malta and McConnellsville High School3 Homer Union High Schoolg Musselman High School. 51 N11. I f111'1111'1' Mil will 111', If you 11'1111'1 111'11rfu1' 11.1, fwaif 111111 .v1'1'. Donald Johnson Don General Band 1, Z, 3, +3 Student Patrol -l-. IJUII your 111111111 1115 q1l11'1 "LL'Il:V, .J1111 .r1'11111111 11115 awry 11111111 to Illy. Stanley Klick Murph Commercial ,411 about S11u1'1'.vp1'111'1' 1l'l111'p11 x1111u111 A'7l0f'LL', Bu! 111135. 1111111 1611111111 11 'LUd.Y7I,1 511. Commercial Everett Lutes Bub Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Exhibit Team 3, State judging Team 2, Farm Mechanics 4. Jus! 'fausz' hr is I1 quivt hay, Dan? thinle hr fan? jind fun anil 101'- lVilliam Mansfield Panhandle Vocational .4 quiet lad is ha, :ln assff I0 Trinity. Dora Mankey .James Lewis III Jazz Bab General Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball Mgr. 2, 3, Gym Office 1, 2, 3, +. A rrzisrhirnzfoiis gleam is in his ryrs, Ilr has a smilr thai nmifr dies, Helen Lindley Helen Commercial Y-Teens 4, Commercial Club 4. Ilrlfn has a smiling face, flnd in this lwurld shi"ll find hfr plarr. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Usher 3, Librarian 3, Student Council Z, Home Room Officer 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Hiller Staff 3, Commercial Club 3, 4, Ofhcer 4. Dora is frivnilly and -wry kind, Girls like hm' arf' hard lu hnd. Sylvia Marra Syl Academic-Commercial Sylfvia -with h1'r.frirndly smilf, .-llfways do:-s things fworth fwhilr. James Martin Fred McClenathan Jim General Sr. Hi-Y 4, Home Room Othcer Jim is hind and Avery sfwfft, Is II fI'lf'71fl to all hz' lnarls. Sam Vocational Student Patrol 4, Senior Hi-Y 4, Wrestling 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, 3,4. fl uhm' Illflllllfl' of our flass, Has his fyf on ll Junior lass. Paul Lewis Bus Vocational F.F.r'X. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Home Room Ofhcer 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4. ml happy hay is Paul, Dia' his hrs! for all. Stella Luskoski Dee Dee Commercial Shi' gofs around fwirhout a farr, ,-lnd hfr happy laugh fills the air. Nancy Mayne Patsy Commercial Y-Teens 4, May Day 1, Stu- dent Council 3, Home Room Of- ficer 3, Commercial Club 3, 4. Nanfy fwith hfr rurly hair Nffvrr has a 'worry or a rarf. Constance J. McConnell Connie Vocational-Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, May Day 1, Home Ec Club 1. IfVith hfr bright rnl hair, .llalers all lhr boys stop and starr. Mary McCullough General Mixed Chorus 2, 3, -lf, May Day 1, 2, Usher 4. Chffrful and frifndly to wacll one Jhw lenofwr, Shr"ll rllfzunys hr' fwrlfomf fwll1'r- ffvrr rhr' yan. Harold lVIcDaid Mcllaid Vocational Greenhand Orlicer 1, F.F..'X. 1, 2, 3, -1, Project WVinner 4, Live- stock judging Team 3. .-I fllI'llH'I' hr plum In hr, .4 good 11111' hr' frcill hr, quail mm' sw. Ida Megyesy Ida Commercial Y-Teens 2, 3, -1-, Class Officer 1, May Day 3. Ida fwitlz hm' lllfllfly llrofwrr hair, IVrl,l Jann' thrnuglr lifr nr if on azr. Alene Miller Alene Commercial Commercial Club 3, 4. fllfnr' is quiet and palifr, But IJ surf to molar out all righl. Robert McCullough Bob Vocational F.F..1x. 1. 2. 3, 4, ofiaeer 1, F.F.A. Band Z, 3, -lf, National Band 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dis- trict Band 3, Hi-Y 3, -I-, Orhcer 3, Science Club 3, Project VVin- ner 4, Home Room Otlicer 3, 4, May Day 3. Bah ix Il frlwzzlly guy, Om' of Ihr' hm! uf Trinity High. Phyllis McDowell Phyl Academic Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Mon- itor 4, S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, -L, Cafeteria Club 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 4, Usher 4. .-Ilftcays dow: hfr awry hfxf, Tn plan' Trlnliy ullrnrl of thi' rwst. Bernard Mikuta Ernie Commercial-General If fh1'rf'r lnughifr and fun arouml, Look for Ernir, hI".l' .1'1H'l' fo hr' found. Joe Miller Football 1, 2, VVashington High School 1, 2, Football 3, 4. From Wrlshington High School he FH m 1', To .ffar in Trirzilyir footlmll gurrlrs. Louella McGowan Honey Commercial Band 1. ,-fllllozzgh .tho li 7l0f furry tall, Shr is a fI'l1'7I1l fu all. Herman McNeel Herman Academic Hi-Y 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4. You fwauldrff knofw hfli around, Allfwayr ,rmilfx and nffufr frofwnr. Betty Mae McNay Betty Commercial Commercial Club 3, 4. Betty fwifh hfr vllarlnlng rlnilf, illllkfj fI'lI'7Id.Y along lifzfr !"UI'I'-V fnihll. Robert McWhorter Bob Vocational Football 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, -I-, Gym Oflice 1, 2, 3, 4. Hair of rml, eye: of blur, To .romf girl, l1f'll lu' truf. Commercial-General A Sam Miller Sam Commercial-General Kenneth Moninger Ken Vocational Take a look ul Sam, Il1"s Il furry quift man. May Day lg F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Otlricer 3, Home Room Officer 2, 3, Student Council 3, Football 2, 3, 4. H fnoihnll jrlayfr is hr, Plans ln marry liffwfrly. Virginia Gayle Morton Gee Vocational-General Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, +5 May Day 1, 2, Home Ec. Club 1, Home Ec. Demonstration Team 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, Oflicer 2, 3g Cv0-To- College Club 3, -L, Ol-licer +5 Fu- ture Nurses Club -lg Monitor 3. ff prrlly girl is shf, fl youll IIIHIH' shr will hr. Davis Mounts Dave Vocational Science Club 3, +5 Project VVin- ner 3, F.F..-X. 1, 2, 3, 4, judg- ing Team Z. Elvrn though hr' is rafhrr tall, Hr' is fwfll Iikrd hy all. Charles Moore Cap Vocational F.F.A. 1, Z, 3, 4. r-1 quifi guy is Churh, IV1' fwish Io you lols of lurh. Frank Mosier Frankie General-Commercial Franh is II quiet lad, To hrljr you hr' is al-ways glad. Eugene Mounts Gene Vocational F.F..'X. 1, 2, 3, 4, A.V.S.O. 3, -Lg judging Team 3, Project Win- ner 2, 4, History Club 2, 3, 45 Exhibit Team 3, Demonstration Team 4. Sorta short. and mighly sfwfft, Hz' IJ the hum' fllllfhf hard lo hrat. Harold Myers Junior Vocational F.F..'X. 1, 2, 3, 4. Farming is his gamf, pil it h1f'll earn famf. William Paluda Bashfull Bill Commercial JI hashful hoy is Bill, Curr to fl srhnol on fl famous hill. Ruth Alvenia Moore Ruthie Vocational Cafeteria Club 3, -lg Home EC. Club 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Sh1"s ll'I1l'7Il7Ig fo mnler' good Ihings to rat, As a fooh, she mn? hr hmt. Martha Louise Owens Marty Commercial Hiller Staff 3, Home Room Of- ficer 4. Ilfilh llghl hair and smiling fare, No one fan mhz' hfr f1la1'1'. Albert Paraska Al Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 33 Calf Club 2, 3. .4 happy hoy is JI, To !'QJl'l'j'U7IL' hr' is a pal. William Patton Bill Commercial Bill is a frinzd leiml aml frur, lIf'll also bn a frirml Io yvll. Carl Patterson Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Hfilh his dark ryfs, II1' I1p,ll!'!lI'.f to ln' fwurlil fwisf. Beverly Ann Patterson Commercial I,atin Club 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, +5 Commercial Club 3, 4, Ush- er -lf, May Day 21 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, -ln Shi' is Il mighty prrlfy girl, .ls f7I'1't'lll1l.Y to us as a pI'IIl'l. Raymond Patterson Vocationa F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Project VVin- ner 3, +5 Calf Club 3. Small lzuf mighty is hr, For hi' IX ll Jfrsry fzu'nzr'r you swf. Catherine E. Phillips Ster Vocational-Commercial VVashington High School 1, East Vilashington 2, 3, Cheer- leader 3, Library 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. I"rom lfasl Wdilllllfjlllll shi' mmf, To warn hvrsclf Il famous rmmf. Rheta Jane Polen Rheta Vocational-Commercial F.l'1.A. 1. 14 quirt girl is shn, Al sfrretary she fwants to hr. Donna Pattison Commercial Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, -lg Com- mercial Club 3, -lg Y-Teens 4. fl good singfr is shr, Shi"ll hr' famous, fwail and sw. Eugene Pettit Gene General Football 2, 3, -lg Vllrestling 2. .4 molorfyrlr hr' lil-fs to ridf, But really girls arf' his jhridv. Emma Jean Piper Jeanie General l'ij1r'r -'walks arouml in I1 i1'fI'!IIIZ, rllfways lhlllkllly of hw' lllllflllf. Marlene E. Post Boots Commercial Y-Teens lg Monitor 3. fl quift lass, 14 rrfdii to our rlass. Shirley Paul Yusli General Baseball 2, 3, -lg Band 1, 2, 3, -ll Basketball 1, 21 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vvrestling 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. If mischirf is upon Ihr' list, You lm! that Yush fwllilil ba missril. Carter Phillips Cart Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, .x.v.s.o. 2, 3, Vilrestling 4. xl shy boy is Curl, In fworla h1"ll rin l1is part. eens 1 l-listou latml 1 Virginia Powell Ginny Commercial Y-Teens 43 Usher 3, East VVashington 1. Ginny is Il 5'LL'I'1'l liftlf lass, .4 Fliflllt fo our Sflllfll' Class. Tom Quinn Tom General Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4. Bfforr ur no-mc 101' lmrvf Quinn, Loole 111 flllll 1l1'+vlf.vl1 grin. Jean Redd Lukey Commercial uv 2 3 4 Future Nurse C 4 Librarian 4 Olympus Stuff 4 bo To Colleg Club 4 Mm itor 4 Lsbei 4 Science Club4 Wir may not l11' foo fall Bu! rl1f'.v Hgh! ll11'r1' yllllllfj llfli all Patricia Renko Pa Commercial 'story Club 2 3 4' Y-Teens , . 4: Olymp S S , Q Hiller Staif 3. Al.: JI11' stein out info life, Mary Jane Reese Mary Jane Vocational Xcademic Monitor Z 3 Lshei 3 1 quzrt yn! IJ llary Irntunalf IJ 2111 man .vlffll 11111115 Doris Rice Doris Academic-Vocational .l... "- s 4, Hiller Staff 3. .AI quift 1ni.v.v is Jllr, 1711 a.f.fft to Trinity. Charles Provancc Charley Commercial-General Science Club 3, 4, Basketball 2, 33 Hiller Staff 3, Wlrestling 4. Onf of ilu' lfylllllllflll' flan, If tl1f2'1".t fl'1n1l1l1',' ClIlll'L"5 on lzund. Janice Redd Redd Acanlemic Olympus Staff 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Science C.ub 3, 4, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 42 Usher 4. :lt fwrifflly jmflry .l'!ll'l.Y II 'LL'lIlZ, Slip har to bf, for on II11' Ulyznjlur Jllf ir. W1' hope .vlm lflllklli Xll Il youd fwifr. 2, 3, Wlrestling 2, T-Club 3, 43 Y-Teens Day 1. Plzyl in lim' nmc 1'11r VVilliam Roberts Burhead Vocational Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 3, Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Oiiicer 2, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Lotvz' is not Il fllhifllly fnnry, For Bill it if nnly Nancy. Phyllis Ruggerio Phyl Commercial 1, 45 May I5 lenofwn ll0llI IIFIII' and far. Albert Roessler Al Academic Scott Township 13 S.P.Q.R. Club 2, 31 Student Patrol 4. In Frfnrll .ull 1'11n my Tlzrrf frmmur fwonlr, HPIU'l1'2 tvour F!'Il7lCIll.S'.U Paul Rush Head Academic-General Basketball 3, 43 Science Club 4. TXIOJF l'QIlZ1fl0II.Y in l'll1'll1lJll'-1' Will bf lux 1l1'11Zl1,' fLL'!llf and J1'1'. Patty Sampson General .Ioan Seibel Jo Commercial Commercial Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, History Club 3, 4, S.P.Q.R. Club 2, 3, F.H.A. 1, 3, Usher 4. Fladzirzy ryrs aim' rn! hair .llrlhfs ffvfryollr stop and slzlrrx Eleanor J. Schlaupitz Dimples Academic-Commercial Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Com- mercial Club 3, 4, S.P.Q.R. Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 2, Future Nurses Club 4, Monitor 4, Science Club 4, Usher 4. To srl' hfr JIIIHI' jills your hfarf aciih !'lll'l'l', To hr' Il lady in fwhifn is hrr t'IH'I'l'l'. Stanley Shuba Stuclz General 14 quifl boy is Stufh, ffhwnys ur1tin'd in Il hunfh. Betty Jane Strawn Betty .lane Commercial ,I quiet girl is shr, Um' of thf niffst at Trinity. Audrey Teegarden Audrey Vocational Cafeteria Club 3, 4, Go-To- College Club 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4. Shr' fwaits horn alonn, For her solrlirr to coma homf. Tom Suhay Edward Thomas Ed F.F..-X. 1, 2, 3, 4. 14 shy hoy is Ed, .ls for srhool enough said. Edward Simms Sonny Chester Smith Jr. Smitty General Vocational Baseball 3. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Easy going is Sonny, Ilapfs to malm lots of lllllilfjl. Paul Spin Spin Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Project VVin- ner 2, 3, 4. A proud Gurr1zs1'y fathrr is hr, Hz' passfs out cigars hm'ausf nofw hr has ll1r1'r. General Vocational To a farrrlfr' is his aim, B111 'fls not an waxy yamf. Shirley Sprowls Annie Vocational-Comme rcial F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Orlicer 1, Student Council 1. Thfrf's jllfniy of guys lVh0 fall for Shi1'lfy's dark ryfs. Alice Van Kirk Commercial She llflpml fa malw T1'inlty'.v ham! Ona of Zhz' llllfl in Ihr' laml Delores Veltri Dolly Commercial Y-Teens 2, 4. Dolly 4'LL'll.ll hwr lung hair lY1'fUl'l' .H'f'lllJ' in lmfur a rarr. James Thomas .lim Vocational F.F.4X. 1, Z, 3, 4, Project VVin- ner 3, 4, judging Team 4, Calf Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Baseball 1. ll'h1'r1' lhfrz' is an F124 1'untf.vl, lim-1' is Jim, llfilh am' major aim, that i.r to fwia. Rosemond Tobin Rosie Acadeniic Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Monitor 3, junior Play, Science Club 3, X-Ieens 1, 2, 3, 4. Alice Varner Jane Commercial is 4 bclence Club 4 Future Nlurees Club 4 Ilzn fazlh hu hfarl so buf lV1ll alfaayv ln of flblllfl and hlur Sarah I Wdgere Sarah Lou Commercial Q - ls 2 s 1 1 - e Gir . rah if our aim' g , Cu11lrln'l fwanl a hfftfr pal. 4, Librarian 3, 4, Officer 4, Roxlr' lwith hm' flaxhing Jmilf, SI'I'lll.Y to hr happy all lhf- fwhilw. Wilda Thomas Willa vUC1l1lUIlZll'ciCIlCFill F.ll..X. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Club 3, 4, Ollicer 3, Latin Club 2. fllll' of fha 1'af1'f1'ria yirls ir rhw, ,4 guna' hourffwiff rhz' twill lux Mary Belle Turner Mary Belle Commercial Commercial Club 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, T-Club 3, 4, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Oflicer 2, 4, May Day 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Olympus Stall 4. pl happy girl ls xhr, Did hm' hrs! for Trinity. .lane Ward Janie Commercial-General llome Room Oflicer 3, F.H.A. 4, Officer 4, Y-Teens 1, 3, 4. .lanir is alfways lrur' To a bay in nafvy blur. ancy VVells Nan Commercial Hiller Staff 3. Nan gum hm' nlfrry Quay, Ilapjby fo bv hfrf' mffrydrzy. Rolla Watkins Sonny ,Xcudeinie History Club 2, 3, 4, llzxll Pa- trol 4. Uhr of thz' qulff lwyy, Nffvfr l6ll0'LL'll to mahf mafh IIUIJV. Phyllis Ann Wiles Phyl Commercial Yvashington High School 1, Of- fice Girl 4, Y-Teens 1, Z. Phyl if a girl graml, fllfways Nady fu lwnll a hrlprny hand. Mary Sue Wiley Sue Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 3, 4, S.P.Q.R. Club 2, May Day 2. Sun ir Il gal lllwnly fall, Slzz' rllfwzlys lmx tl lol on tllr' llall. Orville D. Williams Buddy Academic Band 1, Z, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, District Chorus 2, 3, 4, State Chorus 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Orlicer 4, Home Room OlliC6I' 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, junior Play 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Student Council 2, Orchestra 2, 3. rl .vlngrr is lm, Ulll' nf flu' bfi! al Trinlly. John Yoders Johnny General Band 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Play 3, Olympus Stati 3, 4, Home Room Oiiicer 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, District Band 3, State Band 3, Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, 4. Johnny if Il frirnd good and frur, Bayr lilw' him arf -'wry Charles N. Williams Chuck Academic Football 1, 2, 3, 4, VVrestling 3, 4, Baseball 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Ofhcer 3, 4, Gym OH'ice Z, May Day Z, Science Club 3, 4, Class Of- ficer 2, Home Room Otlicer 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. .-I Jfwfll guy ix Cllurlr, No lfrllfr in any llunflz. Joanne Ruth Wilson Jo Commercial-Vocational Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 1, F.H.A. 3, 4, 'r-Club 3, 4. Joannf flciilz lzfr fan, .to fair, ll'11lkJ through as if on air. 'Q- Mildred Ruth Wilson Millie Commercial Put lzwr In any fmt, For you .rhfll Ju lmr but. Esther .lane Woods Janie Academic Flag Twirler 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, May Day 1, 2, S.P.Q.R. Club 1, Z, History Club 2, 3, 4, Oliicer 3, Olympus Stati 3, 4, Student Council 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Home Room Officer 2. fl cuff girl ix .vl11', dna' hfr lmart belongs Zo Lea. Richard Wilson Dick General VVashington High School 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, Z, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Key Club 3, VV-Club 2, 3. lfllhlll Ili lo.v.v,' Trinity gain, Brought Mr fwr1'.vtl1'r.v lots of fame. Shirley Jean Woods Shirl Academic S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y- Teens 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4. .-ilftfr graduation .vlzr fwill no! larry For on Illay 31 .vlzf plans to marry. Phyllis Ann Zahniser Boots Commercial Y-Teens 3, 4. Plzyllix is Il qulw! lan, .-I lruf' lVH'l71l1l'f of our flaw. THOSE EOR WHOM WE HAVE NO James Gallo Rock CUITIIHCI'ClZ1l-c?CIlCI'ill VVrestling 1, 2, 3, -li Football 1, 2, manager 3. Jim ix 111-111, flllllzfjlllllf, and Jllurf, But llI"ZVI'I'fl11'lI'5.l' l11"s .vfzll ll good sport. Robert Verner Bob Vocational Project XVlllI'lCl' 43 lixhiluit Team SQ F.F..'X. 1, 2, 3, -I-Q Vis Ed 2. 3, 4. Boll is Qllifl' a guy, In Ziff hr fwill get by, PICTURES Anthony Swead Lover Boy General Band 1, 2. Tony fwirll his dark rzzrls lx alfu,'ay.f fmlifrd by Ihr yirlx. Margaret Welch Janie General Janif if II Qlllff lam, gl lllflllflff of our Sfninr 111155. Q , ,QQ - S . Th JU ICR President GEORGE A1'l'LEGA'l'E Dude Commercial Student Council 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Home Room Otlicer 33 Class Olli- cer 2, 33 Ili-Y 3. S11lurday's Ilfro. CLASS HISTORY The day of August 27, 1949, marked our beginning as Freshmen in Trinity High School. XVC consisted of a group of 290 pupils who at the time were very frightened. ln eagerness to become organized, we elected bliss Ferralli and Mr. Harry as advisors. Our officers were as follows: Vice President RICHARD GORBY Dick Commercial-General Basketball 1, 23 Football Manager 3. Slarlighf and Sfwzwi Muyif. Secretary H ELEN IJRAGAN Commercial llistory Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day 23 Olympus Staff 33 Home Room Ol'l'iCer 33 Class Othcer 3. Halvpy Go L1lKUl'lj'. Treasurer JEANETTE MILES Jeanie Academic-Vocational May Day 13 F.H.A. 1, 23 Y-Teens l, 2, 33 U0-To-College Club 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 33 Junior l'lay3 Future Nurses Club 33 Hiller Staff 33 Olympus Staff 33 Class Ol'l'icer 33 Home Room Oflicer 2, 3. Tin' 1'l!Il'll1fI'l5 Dllllgflfff. IP LASS of A T X Scott Renner, President Eleanor Kottner, Secretary Donald Warne, Vice President Kenneth Farabee. Treasurer A football dance in the fall and a hobo party in the spring marked the outstanding events of our Freshman Year. Uur Sophomore Year was a more progressive year since we were by then acquainted with all the rules and activities in Trinity. Mr. Harry left Trinity in the early fall and we elected bflr. lWcClelland as our new advisor. Our new elected oflicers Were: George Applegate, President Shirley Gamble, Secretary Ronald Hart, Vice President Martha Riley, Treasurer Miss Ferralli and Mr. McClelland, Advisors The highlight of our Social Calendar was our Sophomore party. ln order to raise money, we conducted a very successful scrap paper drive. Returning our third year, we noticed the many difierences between the second and third year. Our the class play, HT-Toney In the received our rings in December. Our ofiicers are: activities as Juniors were the class party, Bee Hive", and the Prom in April. YVC George Applegate, President Richard Gorby, Vice President Jeanette Miles, Treasurer Miss Ferralli and Mr. McClelland, Advisors Helen Dragan, Secretary -.Mx ei fa ',q I X- . ,iv P i Melvin Anderson Bud General The Jackpot Wilma Anderson Wilm Academic S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 3, Ofhcer 3 Go-To-College Club 3 History Club 2, 3 Science Club 3 Future Nurses Club 3 Olympus Staff 3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Quo Vadix James Barney Barney Commercial Wrestling 1, 2 Senior Band 1, 2 Kid Dynamitz' Robert Anderson Bob General Football 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 2, 3 Home Room OH-icer 2, 3 Student Council 2 Steal Fist Rose Marie Apache Rosie Commercial junior Play History Club 2, 3 Y-Teens 2, 3 Student Council 1 Home Room Ofhcer 1 Hpafhe War Drurnx Edith Barnhart Edith Commercial Qufrn For A Day Kenneth Beckner Ken Vocational-Commercial F.F.A. 2, 3 Field and Track 1, 2 Wash High 1 That'r My Boy Gordon Lee Bell Joe Vocational Hi-Y 3 F.F.A. 2, 3 May Day 2 Jr! Pilot Debra Lee Berman Debbie Academic Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Officer 3 History Club 2, 3 Science Club 3 Cheerleader 2, 3 Go-To-College Club 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Hiller Staff 3 A Mixed Chorus 1, Z iff Homeroom Oflicer 2 Q Olympus stair s H Varirtier On Parade Helen Dale Bedillion Go-To-College Club 3 Latin Club 1, 2, 3 Y-Teens 2, 3 Hiller Staff 3 Future Nurses Club 3 Thr Red Sllofxs' Shirley Bell C Home Room Ofhcer 3 Camera Club 1, 2, Oi'l'i Library Club 2 Y-Teens 3 Dale Academic Butch ommercial Thr Bflls of Saint Wlary Nancy Berry May Day 1, 2 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 F.H,A. 1, 2 Science Club 3 Go-To-College Club 3 Goldfn Girl Cer 1, 2 Nancy General Richard Brenner Dick Academic Band 2, 3, Officer 3 History Club 2, 3, Ofiicer 3 Hi-Y 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Olympus Stal? 3 May Day 1 Science Club 3 Home Room Ofhcer 3 Rirh, Young, and Pretty Floyd Brock Buddy General F.F.A. 1, 2 History Club 2, 3 Hi-Y 3 I'll Rfflfll For Il Siar Donald Brown Don Academic Hi-Y 3 Science Club 3 The Brofwning Vvrsion Paul Nelson Binder Paul Clarence Boswell Sonny Commercial General-Commercial Football 3 Hi-Y 3 Wrestling 1 Football Manager 2 Hi-Y 3 Science Club 3 Thr' Barefool Mailmziri Home Room Officer Z Thr' Iloodlum Jack Boswell .lack Richard Boswell Dick General Vocational Ganz' With The Wind Football 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1 Wrestling 2, 3 Q Hi-Y 2, 3 f lIf'anI1'd Drad Or .4Ii-vw John Braden Johnny John Branczek Jay Bee ACademiC-Gengra1 General-Commercial Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Sugar Fool Basketball 2 Dfxfrt Fox James Briggs lim General Hi-Y 3 Baseball 3 Ha: Anyone Seen My Girl? Bill Brookman Bill Commercial Hi-Y 3 Home Room Officer 3 Thr Mfdiu1H John Brown John General Gone With The Wind Iva Burgess Jean Commercial Tha' Halls Of Ifvy Marilyn Burns Marilyn Commercial History Club 2, 3 Y-Teens 2, 3 Smart lVoman Thomas Carter Tom Commercial-Gene ral Football Manager 2 Science Club 3 Go For Broke Mary Burnette Mary Commercial Hiller Staff 3 Sfrfvant of Ihr Praplf Patricia Burns Y-Teens 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Go-To-College Club Monitor 3 Nurses Club 3 Imperium Niyhlinyrllz' Donald Casto Vis. Ed. 2, 3 Hi-Y 3 Band 2, 3 Dirt' Jockey Glenn Chambers F.F.A. 1, 2 Science Club 3 Latin Club 2, Football 1, 2 Cafvalry Smut Betty Clemens F.H.A. 3 S0 Dfar To Elly Theresa Combi Y-Teens 3 Office Girl 3 Tfrfsn 3 3 Patty Academic Don Academic Glenn Academic Betty Commercial Heart Theresa Commercial William Cherokee Brytus Bill General Hi-Y 3 Band 1, 2 Hiller Staff 3 Home Room Officer Z Easy Li-viny Nancy Colosi Nan Commercial Hiller Staff 3 Monitor 3 Nanfy Goff To Rio Alma Cook Alma General Conf With Tlu- Wind Harry Davis Harry Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 Iflnlllod and Illr. Toad Donald Dillie Don Vocational-Commercial Thr Clofle Jack Dran Jack Vocational F.F.,x. 1, 2, 3 Thr Toughfr Tlzfy Conn' William Corbly Bill Commercial Wl1P7l Willif Comfxr Illarfhing Home Geraldine Craig Gerry Academic Orchestra 2 Latin Cluh 1, 2, 3 Y-Teens 2 Student Council 2 Nurses Club 3 Ul'l'ice Girl 3 Home Room Othcer 2 Painfing Thr Clouds lVith Sun- xlzim' Charles Darragh Chuck Academic-General Latin Club 1, 2 Science Club 3 ' Olympus Staff 3 George Coughenour Kokey General Band 1, 2, 3 Wonder Boy Linda Crile Linda Commercial F.H.A. 2 Something To Lifur For Betty Lou Davis Betty Commercial-Vocational F.H.A. 2 Y-Teens 3 Tlzrrr Litllr lVordr A Doulzlf LvI'0.1'J1107II',1' James Davis Jim General Science Club 3 Caurz- For Alarm Betty Donaldson Betty Vocational-Commercial F.H.A. 1, 2 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Home Room Ofhcer 2 Takf' Jlz' Out Tu Thr' Ball Gnmr' John Dubelle Herky General Basketball 1, 2 Home Room Oflicer 1, 2 Baskffbrlll Fix John Durilla Johnny Vocational Cimmfron Kid Jack Elliott Jack Vocational Follofw Thr Sun Lucy Mae Elliott Lucy Vocational-Commercial F.H.A. 1, 2 History Club 2, 3 Tomorrofwhv Another Day Louise Earnest Peggy Vocational-Commerci al F.H.A. 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 2, 3 My Blue Hea-von Kenneth Elliott Kenny Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 Lone Star Tom Ellis Tom Vocational junior Hi-Y 1, 2 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 Science Club 3 Senior Hi-Y 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Home Room Officer 1 junior Play Cattle Drifue John Eustis .lack Commercial Hi-Y 1, 2 Basketball Yer Sir, Jllr. Bonex David Fattman Dave General Band 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 Young Man With The Horn Shirley Ford Shirley Commercial F.H.A. 2 Y-Teens 3 May Day 2 Librarian 3 Home Room Officer 3 Tfwo Wffley With Lofvz' Kenneth Farabee Imp General Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Class Officer 1 junior Play Long Horn Shirley Fielder Shirley Jo Academic Y-Teens 2, 3 Latin Club 1, 2, 3 Nurses Club 3 Go-To-College Club 3 I'I1 AVIUIJF7' Forgot You Donald Franks Don Vocational Wrestling 1, 2, 3 When You'r1' Smiling Charles Gradert Slim Academic-General Hi-Y 1, 2, Urhcer 2 Home Room Oflicer 1 Latin Club 1, 2 Science Club 3, Officer 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Thr BM! Of Thr' Bad .llfn Shirley Greer Shirl Commercial Night Info Wlorning Paul Guidos Paul Commercial Latin Club Z, 3 Hiller Staff 3 Ilfllisperifzg Smith Linda Frazee Lin Academic Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Olympus Stall 3 May Day 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 2 Latin Club 2, 3 Student Council 3 Go-To-College Club 3 Science Club 3, Ollicer 3 Future Nurses Club 3 Honey Chili' Shirley Gamble Punk Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Cheerleader 2, 3 Class Oflicer 1 Ofiice Girl 1 Home Room Oflicer 1, 2 I,r't's lllakr Il Legal Delores Gniewkoski Commercial-General Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2 May Day 1, 2 Close To Jlly Heart James Fullick Jim General xfladdirz 1-1nd Thr Lamp Robert Giacometti F.F,A. 1, 2, 3 Thr 1J1lfL'lllI1Il7I Connie Gorby Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Elljffl' P!I7'lIl1f Jocko Vocational Connie Commercial Jennie Gray No Place For Jennifer' James Grimm Jim Vocational F.F.A Till The Clouds Roll By Jeanne Hagar Jeanne General-Academic Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Nurses Club 3 Office Girl 3 junior Play Olympus Staff 3 Lrf: Danff Ralph Hagar Ralph Academic Band 1, 2, 3 Science Club 3 Jllr. Imperium Robert Hamilton Que Academic-General Football 1, 2, 3 Great Caruso Ronald Hart Squeek Academic-General Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Ofhcer 2 Home Room Ollicer 2 Class Oflicer 2 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3 Olympus Staff 3 Little Giant Robert Hagar Bob Vocational Football 1, 2, 3 Science Club 3 Hi-Y 3 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Oflicer 3 Tall Target Patricia Harris Patty Academic-Commercial Latin Club 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Hiller Staff 3 Student Council 2 Home Room Ollicer 2 Stars In My Crofwn Robert Henry Bob Academic Science Club 3 Try And Get Mc' Rose Ann Herrman Rosie General Cafeteria Manager Come Fill The Cup Nancy Herschell Ree Commercial Hiller Staff 3 Lady In The Darla Edith Hickman Academic-Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2 Home Room Officer 1 Cyclone Fury Samuel Herron Gone Will: The Wind Edna Hewitt Sam General Eddie General-Commercial SI11' Wo1'f A Yellofw Ribbon Lee Hickman Mixed Chorus Hiller Staff 3 Home Room Ofhcer Science Club 3 Student Council Sound Of Fury Lee General F.F.A. 1. Born Y1'5lfnl'11y Wayne Hixenbaugh Hix General Marcia Lynn Horn Marsh Commercial Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Home Room Ofhcer 1, 3 Hiller Staff 3 Olympus Staff 3 junior Play May Day 1 Librarian Z, 3 I'll SN You In My Dr1'am.r Carol Horne Shorty Phyllis Jean Houston Phyl Commercial Commercial Y-Teens Y-Teens 2, 3 Hiller Staff 3 Olympus Staff 3 Smlgd Cargo Home Room Officer 2, 3 Cheerleader 2, 3 Takr' Caro Of .My Liltlf Girl Shirley Howard Ticky Donald Hull Don Academic General Latin Club 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Future Nurses Club 3 B,-,ak Through Illake Mirza Nlusic Clarence Hunt Lawrence Insana Larry General General Gone With Thr' Wind llflr. Uni+v4'rsc Constance Jennings Connie David Johnson Dave - Vocational-Commercial Commercial-General , Goodbye Jlly Fancy lllr. S80 Hazel Johnson Opal Johnson Commercial Commercial F.H.A.. 2, 3 F.H.A. 2, 3 Y-Teens 3 Y-Teens 3 Ploaxe Bflimm Me The Clouded Ycllofw Carolyn Johnston Carolyn Academic Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 May Day 1 F.H.A. 1, 2 Go-To-College Club 3 Nurses Club 3 Science Club 3 Demonstration Team 2 Latin Club Z, 3 T-Club 3 Crystal Clmr Virginia Kavolak Commercial-General Mixed Chorus 2 Y-Teens 3 For HL'H'llt'7ZlJ Sabz' Robert Knupp Bob General Lend An Eur Anthony Kasavich Tim Commercial Wrestling Manager 1 Mfr! Mn flftrr The Shofw Marjorie Knestrick Marg Commercial Hiller Staff 3 lllarglz' Eleanor Kottner Ellie Academic Class Ofliicer 1 Student Council 3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Ollicer 2, 3 Home Room Ollicer 2, 3 T-Club 3 Science Club 3 Latin Club 3, Officer 3 Olympus Staff 3 History Club 2, 3, Officer 3 Future Nurses Club 3, Ollicer 3 Go-To-College Club 3 Iylay Day 1, 2 Kind Lady Michael Kudaroski K ute Academic Student Council 1 Football Manager 2, 3 To Plfaszr A Lady Robert Leech Bob Academic-General Band 1, 2, 3 Science Club 3 Hi-Y 3 Little Big Horn Michael Lesko Mike General Tho Grfatfxt Slzofw On Earth Richard Kuhlman F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 Football 3 Track 1 Mixed Chorus 3 I'll aff By Gerald Lehmer XVII: Hn' Isaac Lewis Basketball Holiday Inn Dick Vocational Jerry Commercial Zeke General Albert Lyons Beanard General Band 1, 2, 3 Mr. Mufic Evelyn Mansfield Evie Commercial F.H.A. 1 Million Dollar Pursuit Audrey McAdams Audge Academic-Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Go-To-College Club 3 Monitor 3 Rainhofw Around 1VIy Shoulder Dolly Delores Littleberry Commercial-Academic Band 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1, 2, 3 Future Nurses Club 3 Song Of Youll: Duane Locy Lac Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Captain Horalio Hornhlofwcr Jack Lusk Jack Vocational F.F.A. This IJ The Life Charles Locy Band 1, 2, 3 Science Club 3 junior Play 3 Latin Club 1, Z Olympus Stall 3 Too Young To Kin Howard Locy Chuck Academic Howdy Vocational-General Track 1 Baseball 3 Football 2, 3 VVrestling 3 Poultry judging Team 1 F.F.A. l, 2, Ol'l'iCer l That'5 llly Boy Eugene Lyle Orchestra 1, 2, 3 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 Call Mr Mister Ernie Vocational Harold Maloy Harold General F.F.A. 1, 2 Lurle Of The Irish Shirley Martin Shirley Commercial-General F.H.A. 2 Y-Teens 3 Wiih A Song In Illy Heart Clara McClure Susie Commercial Thr Hills Of Ireland Elva McCullough Elv Academic F.H.A. 1, 2 History Club 2, 3 G0-To-College Club 3 S.P.Q.R. Club 2, 3 Hiller Stall 3 Iluman Envrgy Mary Jane McVay Mary .lane Vocational-Academic F.H.A. 1, 2 F.H.A. Demonstration Team Z Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 May Day 1 History Club 2. 3 Orchestra 1, 2 Hiller Stall 3 Go-To-College Club 3 Future Nurses Club 3 Science Club 3 Min Librrty James Meeks Jim Commercial Small Wonder Maryann McMurray Maryann Commercial Y-Teens Majorette 3 Starlifl Barbara McWilliams Red Academic W.C.H.S. Front Royal Va., 1, 2 Marietta High School, Ohio 2 Y-Teens 3 Monitor 3 Home Room Officer 3 Go-To-College Club 3 fl Iylllfl' In Thr' Sun Harold Mehalfey Harold Academic Football Latin Club 1, Z Science Club Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Hz' Ran All The Way Dolores Miller Vocation al-Gene ral William Mersky Up Front Future Nurses Club 3 Home Economics Club 1, Z Baby Fare Mildred Miller Mil Shirley Minnear Commercial Commercial Y-Teens 1, 3 jefferson High School 1, 2 Monitor 2 May Day 1 Hiller Staff 3 Crazy Ofvm' I1or.n'.1 Mfr! NIL' in St. Louis Donald Minor Don Eugene Moninger Gene Vocational General F,F,A, 1, 2, 3 Niglzf Raider Wizza1'd of Oz Ralph Munce Thr lVIilkman Audrey Murray Latin Club 1, 2, 3 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Lemon Drop Kid Lilly Nixon Lillir rllarlvnf Vocational Academic Lil Vocational Rex Moore Commercial Goin' Hfilll Ihr' Wiilld George Morrison Academic Home Room Ofiicer 3 junior Play Volumo Joanne Mosier Juzi Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Officer 2 Student Council 1, 3 Band 2 Flagtvvirler 3 May Day 1 Home Room Otlicer 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 2, 3 Sl'I'1l7lgI' Wo rn an Earl Murphy Pete Academic Football 1, Z, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Hi-Y 3 Doublr Dynamitr Louella Myers Lou Commercial-Vocational Home Ee. Club 1, 2 Demonstration Team 2 Junior Play 3 Cloudburst Kathleen 0'Donnell Kathy Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Katy Did It Robert Morgan Football 2, 3 Hi-Y 3 Student Council Hold That Linz' Norma Morrison Going Illy Way Marlene Mounts Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 May Day 1 Hiller Staff 3 Cheerleader 2, Toast To Lo-vo 3 2 Bob Vocational General Mar Commercial Evelyn Olinger Frenchie Genevieve Paciorek Jenny Commercial Commercial May Day 1 Y-Teens 2, 3 Home Room Otlicer Z Hiller Staff 3 Y-Teens 3 History Club 2, 3 Home EC. Club 1, 2 junior Play .411 About lifoe Portrait of Jenny Marilyn Jean Pallett Jean William Pallett Bill I Vocational-General Commercial-General Y-Teens 2 At War With the Army Home Ec. Club 1, 2 Home Room Officer 2 The Egg and I John Paluda John Jake Passo Jake Commercial-General General My S071 J0h7l Centerville High School 1 Pardon My French Nancy Paul Latin Club 1, 2 May Day 1 Little Women John Pettit F.F.A. 1, Z, 3 Track 1 Rodeo King Laura Phillips Home EC. Club 2 W Laura l l Academic-Commercial Go-To-Gollege Club 3 Johnny Vocational Commercial Barbara Pettit Barb Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Beautiful Blonde From Barhful Bend Commercial Edward Phillips Flash Commercial-General Latin Club 1, 2 Edfward, My Son Nancy Phillips Vocational Y-Teens 1, 2 Home EC. Club 1, Office Girl 2, 3 You Newer Can Tell Z Nancy -Commercial Joseph Plymire Joe G. I. Joe Patricia Powell Patty Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3 Hiller Staff 3 May Day 2 Home Room Ofhcer 3 Student Council 3 Look for lhz' Silfvcr Lining Morgan Prigg Morgan Academic Band 1, 2, 3 Science Club 3 Bannfr Linz' Cary Polen Cary Commercial Football 3 Yrx Sir, Thafs My Baby Keith Price General Basketball l For a Prim Helen Prowitt Commercial Pfnnicr From Heafven Daniel Puskarich Dan 1 General Battlfground Jack Ramsey Shook Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 Goldrn Boy Joan Redman Joanne Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2 Joan of .ffrc Mary Ramsey Academic Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Go-To-College Club 3 History Club 2, 3 Hiller Staff 3 Future Nurses Club 3 The Light Touch Joseph Rankin Joe Vocational F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Ofhcer 2 Exhibit Team 3 Project Winner 3 Dairy Club 3 A Trip Through a Calf Factory Scott Renner Scotty Academic Class Oflicer 1 Home Room Oflicer 1 Student Council 1 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 May-Day 1 Science Club 3 Olympus Staff 3 Rod Badgr of Courage Phyllis Richmond Phyl Commercial Future Nurse's Club 3 Home EC. Club 2 Walk Softly Stranyfr Patty Rinehart Choo Choo Commercial May Day 1 Home Room Oflicer Z Student Council 2 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Home Ec. Club 1, 2 Future Nursels Club 3 Office Girl 3 Half Hngcl Fern Roberts Fern Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Sitting Prftty Robert Riggs Bob General Football 1, Z, 3 Ilold That Line Charles Roberts Sonny Academic Sm oky Mildred Louise Ruggiero Be Be Commercial Majorette 3 Y-Teens 3 lVaIch zhf- Birdie' Clare Russell Clare General 5 Gunn With Thr' Wind Grace June Sanders June Commercial Y-Teens 1, 3 junior Play Usher 3 Lofzu' IJ Bcttrr Than Efvnr John Sargent Red Academic Baseball 1, 2, 3 Football 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Hi-Y 3 Home Room Oflicer 2, 3 Angels In The Outfield Lloyd Salsberry Lloyd Commercial-General Band 1, Z, 3 Crossfwinds Shirley Sanders Shirley Academic-Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Salmon And Dflilah Charles Sekura Chuck Vocational Football 3 Vtfrestling 3 Vls. Ed. 2, 3 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3 Thr' Iron iWan Q' Martha Smith Red Vocational-Commercial Home EC. Club 1, 2 Y-Teens 1, 2 l'd Climb Thr' Highfsi Illounlain Donald Sprowls Dude Commercial-General Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Otiicer 2 Home Room Oflicer 2 Student Council 2 Mixed Chorus Un The Inmn' Robert Stumpf Jake General Hi-Y 3 Football 2 Basketball 2, 3 11'.r I1 Great Ffvling Sondra Shillito Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Sweads Academic Home Room Oliicer 3 Latin Club 1, 2 Science Club 3 Mixed Chorus l, Hiller Staff 3 Bfllafva' Y01lI',H'1f Norman Sickles Ag, 1, 2, 3 Thr Studfnl Prince Curtis Smith Ag. 1, 2, 3 The Furriffx Franklin Sobansky General-Commercial Football 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 1, 2 Home Room Officer 1, 3 Lofvf Happy Richard Sprowls junior Play 3 Hi Y 3 Hiller Stat? 3 The Sfllolzl Beverly Swartzfeger Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Rlzyfhm Inn 2,3 Future Nurse Club 3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Uflicer 2 Norman Vocational Curl Vocational Frank Chicken ' General ' Bev Richard Shrontz Agriculture 1, 2, 3 State Band 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Ilixfanl Drum: Ralph Smiley Ag. F.F.A. Club lVagonn1asZi'r John Smith Football 2, 3 P7'i4Zll1fI' Snuffy Slniili Buggs Vocational Smiley Vocational Smilty General 4 , George Tarbuck George Band Basketball 3 History Club Z, 3 Bright Bay Betty Jane Thomas Betty Jane junior Play 3 OH'ice Girl 3 Go-To-College Club 3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Monitor 3 May Day 1 Student Council 2, 3 Olympus Staff 3 Home Room Oflicer 1 Future Nurse Club 3 Thr Magir Fam Anna Tolbert Joe Jnnir' Gfl Your Gun Wilma Jean Teegarden Jeannie Vocational-Commercial F.H.A. Club 1, 2 Y-Teens 3 Tzffnagr' Wahneita Thomas Commercial IVlIl'7I Tin' Sun Comes Up Angeline Veltri Angie Commercial Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Nffvfr a Dull lllomenl Shirley Verner Shirley Commercial Hiller Staff 3 It'5 Great To B1' Alifvf' Bernard Ward Birdeye General Agriculture 1, 2 Football 1 Basketball 1 Brigid Virtory James Watson Jim General .3111 Tlu' King'r Wien Leona Jo Vincek Lee Commercial Home Room 3 Student Council 2 Chorus 2, 3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 Majorette 3 Low' Nest Donald Warne Don Vocational Band 1 Class Oflicer 1 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Science Club 3 junior Play 3 Olympus Staff 3 Pardon My Dux! James Waycholf .lim Commercial For Mr and My Gal Dwaine Welling Dwaine General-Academic Science Club 3 F.F,A. 1 Thr Unlanofwn lllan Loretta Williams Sunny Vocational-Commercial Home Ec. Club 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 2, 3 Hiller Staff 3 Youth A4-flllllll' Charles Willison Chuck Academic Football 2, 3 Sky High Irma Wright Irma Donald Young Don Commercial Commercial My Frirnd Irma Wrestling 1, 3 145 Young A: You Are William Zlatrich John Zavatski General Commercial Wild Blur' Yondrr Saving Time Shirley Zimmerman General Lonr Star Those For Whom We Hove No Pictures Maudie Baker Meam Barbara Johnson Academic General Chorus 3 Peters Township High School Library 2 H Trip To Thr Moon Bright Eyff Harley Ponzo Ruth Ann Wheeler General Academic Bfdtimr For Bonzo Y-Teens West Alexander High School 1, 2 Sf-wing Timo .ln li Robert White Tippy General Journfy Into Light Norma Williams Norm Academic-Commercial Lofurly To Louh fit Joseph Wonsettler Joe Vocational Football 1, 2 Ag. 1, 2, 3, Ofhcer 2, 3 Project Winner 2, 3 Student Council 1 H Trip Through a Pig Factory WH gt Z., EF. ' f - " .E ly . f . it ,Q si 2 s GPHCMDRE gz' fig DAVID WARNER " , President A f ORVILLFJ VARLEY Vice President Sophomore Class History YVC the Class of H54" made our first appearance at Trinity in the Fall of 1950 As a class of 298 wide-eyed Freshmen wc were the victims of the inevitable lipstick initiation. YVe held our first meeting and elected the following oflicers: Richard Martin, President Beverly Redinger, Secretary Joanne Hayden, Vice President Francis Adams, Treasurer and for our class advisors We chose Miss Myers and Mr. Allison. The highlight of our social calendar Was the Freshman Party, which Was 1 huge SUCCCSS. Sophomore Girls F. Adams, G. Anderson, M. Anderson, P. Anderson, J. Barale, D. Barret, S. Bayne J. Beddow, R. Bednar, E. Bird, P. Bird, C. Braden, M. Brice, G. Briggs, M. Cain, M. Calcutt P. Caldwell, D. Conner, P. Crawford, E. Cramer, S. Dague, N. Dahl, N. Danley, J. Davidson M. Davis, N. Deyell, P. Doak, B. Doak, M. Dubina, P. Dubina, N. Ealy, M. Edens, P. Elliott M. Eustis, J. Farley, M. Ferralli, P. Fisher, E. Gallagher, A. Gersna, Gibbons, B. Gray M. Guzel, L. Hallam, K. Hampson, H. Harris, B. Hartzell, N. Harvey, J. Hayden, E. Henry R. Herron, Z. Hill, P. Holmes, B. Hootman, J. l-Iudak, J. Huffman, M. Hutlord, J. Hull M. Hurzon, L. Johns, S. Johnson, S. Jordan, N. Kennan, J. Kern, S. Kimberland, J. Kiskadden J. Kler, F. Kulla, B. Lahosky, M. Littleberry, J. Long, E. Lyons, VV. Lyke, M. Maloy, B. Marra S. Martin, D. Mayne, VV. Mayne, J. Mazzie, J. McClay, H. McCloud, J. McCollum, S. McKel- vey, R. McCullough, J. McVVilliams, M. McVVreath, V. Mihalovich, C. Miles, J. Newlyn D. Paige, A. Patterson, R. Patterson, M. Paul, D. Poland, S. Posgate, B. Redinger, C. Renner J. Reynard, N. Riflle, M. Rine, D. Ritter, V. Rodriguez, B. Ross, C. Ross, Rubick, P. Rush S. Rush, F. Salat, K. Sanders, S. Saunders, I. Sedlasky, S. Seifert, P. Sickles, T. Skariot E. Special, B. Sprowls, H. Stackhouse, V. Sutherland, J. Svvead, S. Tarbuck, A. Tarr, D. Taylor H. Taylor, E. Thomas, B. Varner, J. Vinisky, P. Wade, R. VVade, S. VVatters, G. White M. Wiles, M. Wilson, C. Wooton, M. Young, S. Zimmerman. CLASS of '54 JOYCE McWILLIAMS Secretary HOWARD MORRISON Treasurer Returning for our second year, as Sophomores, we were more accustomed to the laws ind routines of Trinity. i iVe elected the following ofiicers to serve for this year: David Warner, President Joyce McWilliams, Secretary Orville Varley, Vice President Howard Morrison, Treasurer or our social calendar we have planned a Penny Carnival and a Dance in the Spring, also a Sophomore Party. ii previous ones. Sophomore Boys S. Ackerman, G. Adams, J. Ames, J. Anderson, R. Anderson, F. Angott, Floyd Ankrom, Fred Ankrom, D. Applegate, M. Ardeno, R. Auld, VV. Baldwin, J. Barale, E. Bayer, K. Bedil- lion, T. Bober, F. Bochek, R. Breese, L. Bricker, K. Briggs, H. Bristor, S. Bruckner, C. Chadwick C. Chatman, W. Chester, J. Coen, G. Conklin, F. Craft, L. Craig, VV. Curry, VV. Crispin R. Dague, D. Davidson, D. Day, M. Denman, G. Desmond, J. Desmond, K. Dicks, E. Dille VV. Doman, T. Duncan, J. Dunn, F. Engle, K. Evans, G. Failinger, R. Fonner, E. Frederick D. Fridley, H. Fullerton, J. Garner, E. Gaul, C. Gilmore, R. Grant, J. Gray, J. Greco J. Greenlee, H. Gregg, L. Hamilton, W. Hanna, T. Hayes, R. Headley, D. Heist, VV. Helfman VV. Hewitt, P. Ireland, J. Trey, K. Jacobs, A. Johnson, R. Johnston, Julos, G. Kearns T. Kelley, R. Kinder, M. Krofcheck, R. Korowicki, J. Ledger, R. Lenthall, P. Levato, B. Levers T. Little, VV. Malone, R. Martin, R. McCartney, D. McClay, J. McConnell, Richard Merwick Ronald Merwick, G. Miles, T. Miller, R. Mohr, R. Moninger, D. Morris, H. Morrison G. Morrow, D. Muncie, S. Gliverio, C. Pallett, VV. Parkinson, D. Patterson, C. Polen, B. Riiiie R. Riggle, D. Roberts, H. Robison, R. Salshury, W. Schaffer, T. Scherich, B. Scott, J. Shook S. Shuba, E. Sienkiel, G. Siler, L. Siler, C. Simms, H. Simms, W. Sprowls, D. Stetson, M. Strope W. Townsend, D. Turcke, J. Ulery, O. Varley, G. Vittech, C. Wagers, J. Ward, D. Warner D. Weaver, Weaver, M. Wesley, R. White, C, Whitehill, A. VVhitfield, C. Williams J. VVinnett. 7e hope that our following years at Trinity will be as successful as our two y y x x 1 1 1 1 H- FRE HME Freshman Class History The Class of "SS" arrived at Trinity High School on August 28, 1951, with 302 students. After a great deal of confusion, bewilderment, and excitement, we settled down to the routine of high school life which included studies as well as new social activities. Our first step toward organiza- tion Was a class meeting and we elected the following otlicers and advisors: Ted Davis, President Judy Kleppner, Vice President Marlene Koskey, Secretary Arla Haldan, Treasurer Miss Kuzy, Mr. Sedlak, Advisors Gui' hig social event of the year was the '1Dance of the Green" which was held on Nlarch 14, 1952. Our second and last social activity of this year was the Freshman Class Party. Freshman Girls E. Allen, C. Andrew, U. Angott, K. Antel, D. Arent, S. Auld, B. Barclay, P. Batson L. Beatty, R. Belcastro, M. Bissett, D. Bredniak, R. Brewer, E. Briggs, Bristor, E. Bryson J. Bungard, D. Burk, C. Burns, J. Carey, E. Chandler, M. Chandler, S. Clemens, S. Clutter P. Cooper, J. Coughenour, H. Cox, M. Crile, J. Crowe, D. Culbertson, J. Dailey, P. Dean L. Donaldson, B. Dorsey, D. Doty, F. Dragan, D. Duhall, D. Earnest, R. Elliott, E. Endy P. Faiella, M. Ferralli, B. Fonner, D. Foor, J. Fritz, L. Fuller, M. Fullick, J. Gajarsky S. Garner, G. Grosley, B. Hagerty, A. Halden, E. Hampe, S. Hancher, L. Harris, P. Hartzell L. Heatley, S. Henderson, E. Hewitt, Hixenhaugh, J. Holmes, E. Horne, R. Huff, N. Hutlord K. Johns, E. Johnson, K. Kanzuis, Y. Kawha, M. Kelley, J. Keener, M. Kern, J. Keron P. Kerr, M. Kilgore, A. King, J. Kleppner, P. Klinzing, M. Koskey, C. Krofcheck, P. Lawson M. Locy, S. Locy, M. Loughman, P. Lyons, I. Marra, M. Mayne, D. McCarthy, B. McClain M. McKay, B. Miles, B. Miller, M. Moore, E. Morris, C. Mosier, J. Mosier, R. Munchie M. Newland, P. Nyswaner, P. Parkinson, L. Phillips, M. Phillips, H. Plany, M. Powel, Raz- vo7a, E. Reihner, M. Rhoades, P. Rhoades, E. Richmond, S. Rinehart, A. Ritchey, M. Roberts E. Rosen, E. Sampson, R. Saunders, P. Scarff, M. Scott, S. Seihert, M. Sensky, V. Shrontz H. Shuba, S. Sickles, J. Siler, M. Simpson, P. Six, S. Skariot, D. Snyder, M. Snyder, G. Special M. Spragg, S. Spragg, S. Stanko, R. Stienstra, D. Strawn, K. Strawn, F. Suhay, B. Taylor S. Tennant, Betty Thomas, Beverly Thomas, E. Thomas, M. Thomas, M. Walker, P. VVatson J. Weaver, C. WVeirich, L. VVierny, E. VVilliams, L. Wise, L. VVoods, B. Young, D. Zimmers. Freshman Boys S. Ardeno, VV. Arnal, H. Ashbrook, VV. Bane, S. Barale, V. Barbour, R. Batson, R. Berry VV. Bigler, P. Briggs, C. Brock, R. Bushmire, J. Calvert, G. Chadwick, A. Chambers, L. Chandl ler, F. Chase, H. Christopher, A. Comfort, E. Cox, S. Crawford, E. Crites, M. Cummins, C Dague, R. Davis, T. Davis, J. Day, I... Day, N. Delsignore, P. Dorsey, F. Drabeck, VV. Dran, D. Dunn, H. Engel, N. Ferg, J. Ferguson, E. Foster, W. Gallo, R. Garber, R. Graham, J. Gregg, C. Grimm, E. Grimm, Grose, R. Guthrie, VV. Hair, R. Hale, G. Hancher, R. Hart, D. Hart D. Hatfield, P. Hatfield, D. Hathaway, E. Henry, P. Herron, J. Holub, R. Horne, J. Howard, P. Hoy, P. Hull, VV. Hutson, D. John, R. Johnson, E. Kania, A. Keirs, E. Kelley, D. Kester, B. Laight, T. Lehmer, R. Lemley, J. Lemons, F. Lesnock, R. Lightner, C. Lindley, VV. Lindley, D. Lockwood, A. Ludwick, C. Lyons, W. Lyons, J. Lytle, A. Mack, W. Martin, VV. Mayne, B. Mansheld, H. Mansfield, M. Markow, L. McAdams, M. McConnell, D. McCullough, D. Mc- Dowell, R. McGowan, VV. McGowan, H. Miklic, N. Miles, R. Miles, R. Miles, D. Moore, W. Morris, R. Mounts, E. Murray, J. Mundell, L. Nichols, Noble, C. Oliverio, Pando, H. Paraska, D. Patterson, R. Patton, G. Paul, C. Perry, A. Phillips, H. Phillips, VV. Phillips, K. Ponzo, G. Rea, L. Redigan, R. Reese, J. Reese, J. Renz, N. Rif'He, E. Riggs, J. Ritchey, R Roche, V. Roach, J. Roberts, L. Rush, D. Salsherry, C. Sanders, J. Sanders, J. Schnore, R. Scott E. Sedenka, VV. Selvaggi, J. Shultz, T. Sickles, H. Smith, J. Smith, VV. Smith, D. Snyder R. Sowers, A. Spossey, D. Sprowls, R. Stafford, S. Stanko, J. Strawn, R. Stumpf, B. Swart J. Taggart, R. Taggart, R. Thomas, F. Thompson, R. Tichnel, J. Verderber, J. Verner, A. Voy: tek, L. White, Shirles Williams, Shirley Williams, B. Wiley, D. Wilson, R. Wilson, R. Wolfe, R. VVoolston, E. Wootton, S. Zavatski. 1 y 1 i wi 5 ' f Ill Q i ??i? 'Q lr'-. fag li' D F I' T' I" T J -.A "', Gil 1'- W YI 'Til f l galil HM Q-, fig! ff , V .4 s Q' D -a N Ill J Michael Comito Norma Keener Joyce Vajentic Evelyn White EIGHTH GRADE Class History What We in the eighth grade lack in quantity We make up in quality. Many of our members participate in school activities such as band and chorus. Then We always have a good representation on the honor roll. We had a successful Valentine's Day party and an evening party in the spring. VVe have a good set of ollicers and We think We made a Wise choice in electing Mrs. Smith as our class advisor. lVe hope that We can live up to the standards she is setting for us. President ....... ..... M ichael Comito Vice President ..... ..... N orma Keener Secretary ...... .... J oyce Vajentic Treasurer .... .... E velyn White Advisor .... ..... M rs. Smith Eighth Breese, Dorothy Cook, Virginia Davis, Shelvey Foster, Joan Keener, Norma Jean Kern, Sylvia King, Wilrnzl Knestrick, Priscilla Laws, Carolyn Lyke, Carolyn Lyons, JoAnn Klcliratney, Joan . Nlaryland, Sara Roberta Nliller llary Ann Rea Lois Ann Reighard, Audrey If ai.-Qu int-trainee rin. Grade Gids AWWNA 1 f 1 , nk Y' , ' i Eighth Grade Belcher, Klerle Bradbury, Wildoii Comito, llichael Critchfield, Thomas Doman, Harold Dunn, Joseph Farley, Robert Hague, Cyril Hazlett, Samuel lvery, Harold Littleberry, Ralph Littleberry, Theodore Robinson, Prestine Rush, Sarah Louise Simms, Theda Taylor, Beatrice Thomas, Ruth lrene Unrue, Dolly Vajentic, Joyce VVylie, Suzanne VVhite, Evelyn Gail Boys KIeAdams, James llilaryland, James Pollard, Donald Rine, Albert Richard Robinson, George Sakerka, Emery Siekles, James Stickle, Richard Wade, James Williani Ward, James Wardle, Robert William W D F 4 I" EJ I -n sys?-Y 25111 WW ?"79!" 'Y W I D L N III U H, Mr. Thomas Eugene 'Thompson President 5 Mr. Reese Dagg -'55 ILW Vice President . , ,e,- if .,,. f :I I ALUMNI 1952 Let us look into the crystal ball and see what has become of the class of 1951. Nlatrimony seems to be the big attraction for the graduates of last year, since many are engaged and the following are already married: Bulah Phillips, Helen Porter, Mary Kay Romano, Robert Ross, Lee Vvagers, Patty VVarwick, Merla VVright, Pat Zimmers, Mildred Edens, Delores Binder, Bernice Bolton, Paul Ames, John Beddow, Rex Burdette, Shirley Chambers, Ruth Conner, Casey Courson, Dora Crawford, Joan Frazee, Clyde Hood, Janice Lightner, Ann Nlancina, Fern hflankey, Nancy Nlanrow, Opal Mayne, Jean Nlazzie, Mona Lou lVlcVay, Sally Mihalo- vich, Norma Faye lyloninger, and Betty Jean Nlorrison. VVC also see that the armed services have claimed some of our more adventurous chums. Joe Verderber, Ray Burchell, Howard Butteriield, and Don Barrett are in the Navy. Frank Buchek is a member of the Air Force, and Helen lVlcAdams and Dorothy Yurkovich are in the VVaves. Those who have decided to continue their education are: Charles Ashmore, James Barr, Robert Burns, George Carter, Roger Caldwell, Patricia Groitcsh, Elaine Kuzy, Urania Belle Linn, Ben Jones, Robert Ross, and Gail Roach. Norma Ackroyd, Doris Hall, Nlary Catherine Seibel, Carolyn VViley, the crystal ball tells us, are earning a living by being secretaries. If we listen carefully when we pick up the receiver of our phones we might hear a familiar voice, for Peggy Hart, lVlarcella Kudaroski, hilar- garet Bosak, and Joan Powell are all working on the switchboard. Slyvia Gorby, Evelyn Byers, Eunice Cook, Shirley Dunn, Etta Fisher, Alfreda Runion, Joan Shunk, Phyllis Sturm, and Florence VVard are some of the many girls from the class of '51 working as sales girls in the various stores and theatres about town. Vve hope that the members of the class of 1952 are as successful in their ventures after they are graduated as the 1951 Alumni are. Mrs. Claud Hallam Secretary Mr. Anthony Tomazin Treasurer The Alumni held the annual Alumni dance last summer on the first Thursday in June. They are planning to repeat this event again this year, also on the first Thursday in June. One meeting was held by the Alumni this year at which they elected the following officers: President ......... .... ll lr. Thomas Eugene Thompson Vice President ..... .......... ,..... M r . Reese Dagg Secretary ....... ..... M rs. Claud Hallam Treasurer ..... ..... M r. Anthony Tomazin Qgiliigs. m ' 'WI G- I.. X XI ' Willy ...qi ,QTNHIN 1' 9, lg . U F 5 I" EJ J Q mwxms W VWL MAYDY .,..,. 1952 Jblay Qucvn BETTY XVOODS dllcndanls BETTY JEAN EXVART JANIIQ HOLNIICS BEVERLIZY PATTERSON A w Nl 'IH lm ,, I ls D L N Ill J Olympus Staff EDITOR ,.......,.. ASSISTANT EDITOR. . . SENIOR CLASS EDITORS Bob Chapman Jean Redd Janice Redd Dale Bowne JUNIOR CLASS EDITORS Jeanne Hagar Chuck Locy Wilma Anderson Charles Darraugh Jeannette Miles SENIORS John Yoders Janie Holmes Margie Enstrom Jack lylounts Carol Henry Alfred Ekstrom Orville WillianIS Norman Hunt Pat Renko lVlargie Ewart Herman McNeel Gayle lllorton Rosie Tobin . . , ,Nlary Lou Clutter . . ..... Helen Dragan SPORTS Kenny lyloninger Dick Brenner CIRCULATION Mabel Andrew Betty Jean Thomas PICTURES Sondra Hoover Eleanor Kottner ALUMNI Betty Brookman Phyllis Houston ADVERTISING JUNIORS lWarcia Horn Linda Frazee Scotty Renner Debbie Berman Donald Warne JFYPISTS Lois Hurchell Phyllis Zahniser Betty Jean Ewart Nlary Belle Turner Frances Chunko Joanne Seibel ln recognition of the work that our Clympus advisor, Mr. Hallam, has done toward making our school annual a success, We, the Staff, take this opportunity to express our appreciation. Of the twenty-six years that Mr. Hallam has been on the faculty of Trinity High School, twenty-Hve have been associated with issuing the Olympus. Through his untiring efforts and his infinite patience, this publi- cation has grown to be one that is the center of student life and activity at Trinity High School and a cherished souvenir of every Trinity Alumni. Our thanks to you, Mr. Hallam! Ci? Facultyf on the Yearbook Mr. Wilson ....... .... ......, ...,..,,,.,.,. A l u mni Mr. Clark .....r...,,.,,...,.,., A . . Circulation, Treasurer Miss Ferralli and lldr. McClelland ......r Junior Class Advertisers lVIrs. Huffman ,... ....,...,. - , . . ......... Typing hits. Allison ............,...,,... .,.....,... A dvertising lylrs. iWcCullough and Nlr. Nloninger ...... Senior Class Advisors hir. Hallam .,......,..,...,....,, ...,,.,.,,.... A dvisor A KW wi I ippiillill f 'N . LJ D F 5 I" U I H ,. .,.y ,b i 1 Gi " im PM 6 to 1' Q 1 , if fl? .W 'Bl I. U -n l Ill J The Hiller Stdff i As in previous years the school newspaper, "The Hiller", was pub- lished by the Junior Class under the supervision of Mr. lsenberg. The first of six issues appeared in Qctober and was well received by the student body. Special features included "The Editorial" and "Person- ality Plusf' These along with other fine articles, made the paper appealing and interesting. ln the final issue of "The Hiller," the Juniors paid tribute to the Seniors by publishing their last will and testament. The staff has enjoyed editing the newspaper and hopes that the stu- dent body has found much pleasure in reading it. Editor .......... .1-ff, 1 11 5- if T" iv T 'qi il: 51' Associate Editor . . . . Feature Editor.. Exchange Editor .... Mailing Clerk ..... . . Sports Editor ...... .... Elva McCullough .....Paul Guidos . . . .Marcia Horn . . . .Mary Ramsey . .Mary Burnette Kenneth Farabee Business Manager ..... ....... J eanette Miles Advertising Manager .... ..... M ary Jane McVay Circulation Manager .... ....... I rma Wright Science Club The Senior Science Club members initiated the Junior laboratory students into the club at a party held in the school cafeteria in Gctober. In November, an alumnus of the club spoke to the new members on developments in electronics. The club had a dessert party just before Christmas. The Juniors are planning an entertainment for the club, and in return the Seniors are going to put on a Chemistry show. There is a possibility that the club will go to the Science Fair at the Buhl Planetarium this year. Ollicers of the club arc: President ..,..... .... A lfred Ekstrom Vice President ..... ...... S cott Renner Secretary ...... ...... L inda Frazee Treasurer ..... Charles Gradert WX T QQ: pl wi-imllill I 'Q 'H X-ffeiiv -. QW' K" H? Q, 'll qi il , .VV fi - l .!2 is I F 4 r- EJ I i WWI , cs f1"l'c,? Q13 W ll I " "" S u -..I " I 1 i l x III J Senior Y-Teens The Senior Y-Teens, an organization of Junior and Senior girls, opened the year with their annual Candlelight Service at the Y. VV. C. A. Activities of the year were the Christmas Formal, Hi-Y and Y-Teen party, Sweetheart Dance, and the hlay Day Pageant held onthe campus every spring. Cvayle Nlorton was elected Sweetheart of the cluh for the Sweetheart Dance. A club project this year was selling T-shirts and jerseys to help finance the football sweater fund. Serving with our capable advisor, lyliss Nlarian Kuzy, were the following officers: President ..... ..... J anie Holmes Vice President .... ...... E leanor Kottner Secretary ..... ..... M ary Belle Turner Treasurer .......... ....... D ora Mankey Program Chairman .... Margie Ewart Junior Y-Teens The Junior Y-Teens is an organization affiliated with the Y. VV. C. A. Any freshman or sophomore girl is eligible to join. This year we had about 120 members. Outstanding activities of the year were the Candlelight Service, the Christmas Formal, and the Sweetheart Dance. This year Judy Kleppner was chosen by the club to be our Y-Teen Sweetheart. The blue and white Trinity High School pencils which have been sold for the past few years, is a project sponsored by our club. Other projects which we sponsored this year were the dancing classes at Vaught's Studio, and swimming classes at the Y. VV. C. A. Ufiicers of the club are: President .........,. .... B everley Redinger Vice President ..... ........ A rla Hallden Secretary ....... ....... B onnie Ross Treasurer ........... .... ........ ......... C 0 n nie Ross Program Chairman .... ....,................ C ora Lee Renner Advisors ........... ..... M rs. Huffman and Mrs. Mitchell fg .Qui i iii! 6 1 . X 'r' Bi?-7 sffh, if' i ii if I 5 U F I' T' :- EJ I i A 11 Url Willa ll V dn 1 Y l Jill ia I -u l Ill J Senior Hi-Y The purpose of the Senior Hi-Y is to create and maintain a high Christian character in the school and community. Uur program officially began with the annual chili supper which was followed by the formal initiation of the thirty-nine new members. This program was held in the Qld Concord Church on October eighth. Our activities this year have been of various types. Cui' major social ones, however, were a swimming party at the Y. h'l.bC. A., and a party which we gave for the Senior Y-Teens in January. Again this year, as is the custom, we took charge of one of the religious assemblies: it being the Christmas assembly this year. Vile sent a group of delegates to the Glder Boy's Conference at Brookville this year. The highlight of all our activities, however, was the "Annual Re- covery Dancel' which was held on January twenty-first. This year we made some changes and held a round and square dance with Boyd Baldwin's orchestra. To conclude our year's activities we sent Dale Bowne and Robert McWhorter to the Hi-Y Model Legislature in Harrisburg on lVlarch 14 and 15. The oflicers for the year were: President ..................... Vice President ...... Secretary ........ Treasurer ......... Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Chaplain ........ ......Harry Reese ....R0bert Morgan . . . . . .Dale Bowne John Sargeant Robert McWhorter .. Orville Williams Junior Hi-Y The Junior Hi-Y is an organization of Eighth grade, Freshman anal Sophomore boys. This year the club eliminated the informal initiation, and began the year's activities with a formal initiation and chili supper. Swimming parties, dancing at Vaught's studio and other functions were some of the events ofthe year. The ofiicers Were: President ...... .William Levers Vice President .Richard Martin Secretary .... ..... C harles Gilmore Treasurer .... ..... T homas Hayes Advisor ..... .... M r. Paul Sedlak W SX XZ x Q X x il Gul Q i liTii? ,, A ..41 Q ' 13 in I F 5 I" EJ I -u A oi l , X. s+fi?,ff Willy PM i Il -h N Ill J Commercial Club Under the guidance of lVlrs. Frances Huffman and Miss Marian Kuzy, the club advisors, the Senior members of the Commercial Club provide private secretarial service for the members of the faculty. The club obtained its money for the year through the selling of Christmas cards. The club consists of Senior 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. The social events of the year were a picnic at Washington Park, a Christmas Party held at the home of Mary Lou Clutter, the lnitiation Party for the new members and the annual Junior-Senior banquet. Those elected to serve as ofiicers were: The President ............ Vice President. .... . . Secretary-Treasurer . new members are: Rose Marie Apache Edith Barnhart Betty Clemens Linda Crile Betty Donaldson Helen Dragan Lucy Elliott Patty Harris Nancy Herschell Edith Hickman Phyllis Houston ....Frances Chunko ....Dora Mankey .....J0an Dragan Clara Lou McClure Mildred Miller Joanne Mosier Kathleen 0'Donnell Genevieve Pacioreck Laura Mae Phillips Nancy Phillips Patty Rinehart June Sanders Shirley Sanders Betty Jane Thomas s.P.Q.R. Club Caesar said, 'lVeni, Vidi, Vici,'l but the Latin Club says, "Scientis lspsa Est Auctoritasf' Clinowledge ltself ls Authorityj The ldes of hlarch has become a traditional date on the cadendar of the Latin Club. It is the date for the initiation of new members, con- sisting of first year students who have maintained a high average so far this year. The members of the advanced class form the nucleus of the club and for the most part, chart its course. One of our main events this year was a "Pig in the Poke Sale" to help finance the trip to Pittsburgh at the Buhl Planetarium in February. We are working on an exhibit to enter at the Buhl Planetarium. At Commencement each year a silver key is awarded to the student who has obtained the highest average in Latin for four years. Under the capable supervision of our advisor, hlrs. Spriggs, the following officers were elected for this year: President ............................,.. .... N orman Hunt Vice President ..... ..... 1 Xlfred Ekstrom Secretary ...... .... R osemond Tobin Treasurer ........... ..... E leanor Kottner Program Chairman ..... .... W ilma Anderson V, K x 1' I ' Simi li?-,:, X Wir , ll 1 f 0' i fb 4? F 1. I F 5 I" EJ J -.u WN 'if-Y ml l W 1 G bilallxl fill gg H QWEQEFE - -:mf -li ff' l uni l Ill J The Go-To-College Club The Go-To-College Club is made up of Junior and Senior girls en- rolled in the Academic Course who are planning to continue their educa- tion beyond high school. Members must also have certain qualities such as co-operation, loyalty, and personality. As before, the club had printed the football programs which were sold at the games by members. Half of the profit was contributed to the football sweater fund. The club also provided monitors for hall duty each period. At commencement time the club presents an award to the boy with the highest scholastic standing who has participated in at least two sports. This year under the capable leadership of Mrs. Smith, the club sponsored a bake sale, a Leap Year Dance, and several other activities. For the first time all the members were guests of VVaynesburg College for a day. The oflicers for this year are: President ................,... ..... M argie Enstrom Vice President .... ........ I losie Tobin Secretary ..... .... G ayle Morton Treasurer .......... ..... E nod Barnhart Program Chairman .... .... M arie Krall Advisor .... ...... ..... M r s. Smith Trinity Historians The History Club is a branch of the Pennsylvania Federation of Junior Historians. The purpose of the club is to learn more about the State of Pennsyl- vania. The chapter is composed of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors who have an outstanding average for the semester in history. Starting the year's activities with a chili supper, the chapter visited the Washington County Historical Association and attended a court trial. A bake sale and the sale of stationery were undertaken to raise funds. ln April members of the club attended the Southwestern Conference of the Pennsylvania Federation of Junior Historians at the California State Teachers College. A picnic held in May to initiate new members and to elect new officers closed our activities for the year. .A jjj, E . 7 The officers for the year are: President ..................... ...... . Alfred Ekstrom Vice President ............ ..... R ichard Brenner Corresponding Secretary .... ..... E leanor Kottner Recording Secretary ....... ....... C arol Henry Treasurer ............ ...... J anie Holmes Club Historian ...... ..... M argie Enstrom Program Chairman .... ...................... J ack Mounts Advisors ........... ...... M iss Ferralli and Mrs. Allison i ...: Lili 'lf' Fgu"T in " rv iw Q5 u I F I' T r' EJ I H wi mp' Q Emi .itll K X -ig 549 iii' li I 1-I A w Ill J The Future Nurses Club All girls in the Junior and Senior classes who expect to enter nurses training are invited to join the Future Nurses Club. The meetings are conducted under the leadership of the school nurse, Mrs. Dorothy Grimes, and requirements for different hospitals and col- lege nursing courses are discussed. A small group of girls accompanied by the advisor, visited the Uni- versity of Pittsburgh early in December. This is the first year that Trinity High School has had a club for those interested in nursing as a career and as it develops it will prove very beneficial to Hfuture nurses." The ofhcers for this year are: President .................... ..... J anie Holmes Vice President .... .... E leanor Kottner Secretary ..... ........ M argie Enstrom Advisor ..... Mrs. Dorothy Grimes T-Club The "T" Club is made up of sixteen girls from the junior and Senior classes. Their duties consist of caring for the gym oilice and the girls, dressing room. The club members receive sweaters in their Junior year and a HTH in their Senior year. lffach month they sponsor a skating party and present half of their earnings to the athletic sweater fund. The "T" Club has had both a satisfactory and a successful year. The ollicers are: President .......,... .... M ary Colussi Secretary-Treasurer .... ........ J oan Dragan Club Advisor ........ ..... M iss Marie Alexy KS .Qin x,,f.x-37,7 . Qf av l ' -I?" il -- I 'pl G l D F S r- EJ J -L W yn kv I N Eng vw, if will 'Me ,sc?f?'TNE'ii'?ifr 11 1, I 1 ..ul 5' D -L N III J Librarians An asset to Trinity High School is the library. The students are always Welcome to read and use the books at their convenience. Students wishing to work in the library are issued permits by their teachers. The library furnished reference material for special reports and supplementary material as Well as recreational reading. lt also supplies 20 different magazines and The VVashington Qbserver and The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. This year 100 new books were added to the collection which now numbers Well over 2,800 volumes. Under the Capable supervision of Nliss Ruth bilyers the student librarians having free periods keep the library Well organized. The librarians held a St. Patrickls Day Tea for the faculty and staff on March 19. 0 The following officers were elected: President ............................ ..... J anie Holmes Vice President .... ...... B etty Woods Secretary ....... .... R osemond Tobin Treasurer ......................................... Alice VanKirk Student Council Since the origin of the Student Council, Trinity High School has shown a more democratic attitude. The president and representatives from each homeroom along with the Senior Class president and a faculty member make up the council. Discussions and decisions of the various problems which concern the students are held. The purpose of this organ- ization is to create a better understanding between the faculty and students and to help keep the school running smoothly. During this year and the previous years, the Student Council has proved very successful. The intercommunication system in the rooms, some of the drinking fountains, the amplifier and loud speakers in the gym- nasium, the piano and collections for many worthy causes have been some of the projects of the council in the past. The oflicers elected at the beginning of the year are: President ...................................... Charles Williams Vice President .......... Harry Reese Secretary ...... ........... J anie Holmes Treasurer ........ ..... I Setty Jo Heidelmeier Faculty Advisor .... ..... M r. E. Vaughn Ross KS si.-- -ti' f 6 I . wtf' li'-ri 'V Qwh w l g Q riff' ,, 1 .EQ i IJ F 5 I" D J' -u fi :QW -rl 'Y lil "WT F ' il! I 1 I -n l Ill J Student Patrol About four Weeks before school ended in 1951 a group of junior boys was called to the oilice to be notified that they were the new "Student Hall Patrol" for 1952. ' These boys were chosen by the patrol advisor, Nlr. John, and a group of faculty members. The Hall Patrol's main function is to direct student traffic in the halls between classes. The patrol also directs automobile trallic at May Day and Commencement. The Patrol Boys are: Matt Armstrong Jack Beecham Dale Bowne Glenn Carter Kenneth Crile Alfred Ekstrom William Hickman Norman Hunt Harry James Donald Johnson James Martin Fred McClenathan Harold McDaid Herman McNeel Jack Mounts Harry Reese Albert Roessler Rolla Watkins Orville Williams John Yoders Visual Education Department The department started the school year l95l-52 with a membership of eight boys consisting of: Seniors, David Ackley, Eugene Crile, Eugene Moiints, Harry James, and Robert Vernerg Juniors, Don Casto, and Charles Sekura. As is customary at the beginning of each year, new members from the Sophomore class were taken in. Enrolling were: Floyd Ankrom, Ed- ward Bayer, Halden Bristor, lvillis Baldwin, Floyd Craft, Eli Dille, Charles Gilmore, Donald Heist, Ronald Lenthall, Howard Morrison, and Richard Auld. The department is happy to be able to state that due to funds raised in the fine magazine campaign, two new speakers for the auditorium, a Hne new public address amplifier, and a new three speed record player have been added to the Audio-Visual equipment for the use of the school. The department sponsored a feature movie which was shown in January to the student body, and also plans to show another in the spring. A Qiiltl f gin ' 'il n -!l a IJ F f Nu l I 2 5 be Hn HHN -..I li D -A l Ill J The Junior Class Play Cn Friday evening, November 16 at 8:15 o'clock the Junior Class play, "Honey in the Hive" was dramatized in the Trinity auditorium. The fast moving comedy of three acts was presented Thursday afternoon for the grade school children, and for the high school students on Friday afternoon. The play, under the commendable supervision of Nlr. Paul Sedlak, proved a tremendous success. hir. and Mrs. Sedlak provided an evening's entertainment at their home for the cast on November 7. The committees and the cast were also feted with a party in the Trinity gym on December 5. The cast included: Wilbur Maxwell ....... . . . . . Richard Sprowls Betty Lou Maxwell ..... .... M arcia Lynn Horn Connie Maxwell ....... . Janet Maxwell ..... John Maxwell ..... Bernadine Smith .... .... Suzanne Coday .... Roger Coday .... Arthur Coday ..... Mrs. Coday ...... Mr. C oday ....... Mrs. Allen ......... . . . . . .Jeanne Hagar .. . . . . .Helen Dragan .. .George Morrison . Betty Jane Thomas . . . Jeannette Miles . . . . . Donald Warne ........Tom Ellis . . . Louella Myers . . . . . . Charles Locy Genevieve Paciorek Mr. and Mrs. Davis ............ Kenny Farabee and Rose Apache Prompters-Mary Burnette, Geraldine Craig Senior Class Play Flying bats, howling dogs, shrill screams, hairy arms, flaming red crosses, thunder, lightning and a raging wind storm provided the atmos- phere for the senior class play, "The Ghost House," which was presented on Nlarch 27th and 28th. The play, directed by blr. lsenberg, was presented to a full house at each performance. The members of the cast who so superbly portrayed their parts are as follows: William Harrison ..... ..... B ob McCullough Gloria Wiloughby ...... . .... Janie Holmes Henrietta Wiloughby .... .... I 'hyllis Wiles Ann Wiloughby ...... .... L ynn Croft Andrew Barnes .... ..... J ohn Yoders Patches .......... .... J ohn Anderson "Mother" Blake ..... .... M ary Colussi Oliver Mellon .... ..... J ack Mounts Sandra Mellon . . . ..... Margie Ewart Rebecca West ...... .... R egina Beckner Jean Roget, M.D ..... ............................ N orman Hunt Prompters ............. ...Sondra Hoover and Marjorie Enstrom Sound Effects Men ..,.......... Dale Bowne and Alfred Ekstrom A l l ili- 6 1 Hi I -!! s I F f T rf EJ I -n WX I K '. in!! 50 I ui N III J rl EJ Mixed Chorus The Chorus is one of the main organizations of the school. This year they took part in the Easter Assembly, the Spring Festival of Music, the Senior Sermon, and Commencement exercises. The Chorus also sang at several churches in the community. A few members were chosen to attend District Chorus at Bellevue, Pennsylvania. The members are hlary Belle Turner, Carol Jean Henry, Dale Bowne, and Qrville YVilliams. Carol Jean is also the chorus accom- panist. Intermediate Band This organization prepares the members for the Senior Band. By the use of scales and exercises a better technique is acquired. Spring Festival T The Band and Mixed Chorus combine to give the students and people of Xvashington and surrounding communities their last view of these groups for the year. Orchestra This group, the string section, practices during the year and when a full orchestra is needed to play for Various occasions, some members of the band are called upon to fill out the instrumentation. The orchestra performs in the lWay Day exercises, Commencement, and both the Junior and Senior Plays. will Q I xW' -mm - B :mill Q1-by-EYbv,,. - V D F 5 I" EJ J -.a The ushers were : W . N G I c. me sf+'iT.r fa, Q 'l N i 'ff' 1, he -53 Q I -A N Ill J 3 , Ushers At the beginning of the football season, a group of senior girls was selected from the Senior class to manage the seating in the reserve seat section at all home football games. The head usher, Eleanor Schlaupitz, and her assistant, ,lean Redd, who were appointed by Mr. Ross, placed the girls in the most needed sections and offered assistance wherever needed. Reita Anderson Regina Beckner Mary Colussi Betty Cox Shirley Cox Joan Dragan Wanda Foster Betty Lou Haught Barbara Hoy Marie Krall Mary McCullough Constance McConnell Phyllis McDowell Beverly Patterson Janice Redd Jean Redd Eleanor Schlaupitz Wilda Thomas Rosemond Tobin Alice Varner Sarah Wagers Sue Wiley Joanne Wilson Mildred Wilson Phyllis Zahniser The Office Girls There are twenty girls Who were selected from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes to serve as oflice girls for the 1951-1952 school term. These gir1s take telephone calls, carry announcements, and are ready and willing to do any oflice chores that may be requested of them. The ofhce girls are selected by Mr. John and Nlr. Clark. The girls are as follows: Mabel Andrew Betty Lou Haught Enod Barnhart Betty Jo Heidelmeier Jean Benedict Eleanor Brice Theresa Combi Geraldine Craig Lynn Croft Margie Enstrom Dolores Green Jeanne Hagar Sondra Hoover Margaret Hurzon Julia Krajacic Nancy Phillips Patty Rinehart Betty Jane Thomas Rosemond Tobin Phyllis Wiles 'z F a l l Evil 'Q I-hm, sffi jxfyf' QI If all D F i r' EJ .r uni 'Q al s9Q G 1 tc -l-F-'Y' . im nfs, Wliiil ff' I -L N III J F. H. A. The Trinity Chapter of Future Homemakers of America is open to all girls enrolled in Home Economics who are interested in stimulating better home membership and participation in Home Economics. They held their formal initiation and installation of officers jointly with the F.F.A. in October. The Trinity Chapter has the largest enrollment in the state. F.H.A. Window Exhibit The Trinity F.H.A. was again fortunate to have its Window exhibit chosen as one of the nine from the entire state to be displayed at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show at Harrisburg. The exhibit was designed to show typical teen-age fashions and was presented in style-show form on a miniature stage with five manniquin dolls for models. 5 NITY F.H.A. Den1onstration The Trinity F.H.A. Demonstration Team composed of Frances Salat, Shirley Johnson, Jean lVlcCollum, and lWary Jane VViles Won second prize in the Vocational Demonstration and first prize in the Pennsylvania Electric Association contests. The demonstration, entitled "Sewing Tips" showed various ways for lighting the sewing work area and the correct method for sewing a bias seam. Cafeteria Club The Cafeteria Club under the direction of Mrs. Mexa Roberts, Mrs. Beatrice Carmichael, and Mrs. Lucille Heil, consists of seven girls who aid in the preparation of the lunch. The club sells refreshments at all home basketball games, wrestling matches, and dances. The proceeds from these projects are used for club activities. ,grew-J' ggfiw H N: ani'- ' TT T5 .A i ' li D F I' T H EJ I -a A JY up Flliliillnill 1 'W Q i 'lWffI fmtl s ' I -L N Ill J Trinity Chapter of Future Farmers of America The Senior Chapter of Future Farmers of America at Trinity High School is composed of junior and Senior Agriculture boys governed by the motto-"Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Servef' VVe held our meetings regularly every two weeks under the guidance of our capable oliicers: President ....... ........... P aul Lewis Vice President .... ...... K enneth Moninger Secretary ..... ........ J ack Mounts Treasurer . . . . . . William Roberts Reporter .... ..... J oseph Wonsettler Robert McWhorter Sentinel ...... .. .. Advisor ................................... Charles M. McClelland Some of the highlights of this year's program were: 1. 29 Livestock projects were exhibited and shown at the Washington County Fair by members of the Trinity Chapter. The Chapter had its own tent for its own animals. 2. The Greenhand Chapter and Chapter Farmer Degrees were conferred upon worthy Freshman and Sophomore boys eligible to receive the degree at our annual initiation. 3. The Trinity Chapter won the State Project Contest and First Place Plaque for the 4th consecutive year. 4. Ben Hamilton had the 'AGrand Champion Lambl' at the Pittsburgh Livestock Show and Reserve Champion pen of lambs. Benny also won the Pennsylvania Guernsey Award for ff3l00. This is the second year that a Trinity F.F.A. member has won this award. 5. James Thomas was one of three Pennsylvania F.F.A. Boys selected for the "Pennsylvania Dairy Judging Teamu and traveled to Waterloo, lowa, and lndianapolis, lndiana, for the National Dairy Shows. .lim also won the National Dairy Efficient Production Award with his Dairy Herd Project. 6. The Demonstration team won hrst place in the Vocational Class and 2950. 7. The Exhibit Team won second place in the Vocational Contest and 545. Continued on Next Page The Greenhand F.F.A. The Trinity Greenhand Chapter of the Future Farmers of America is made up of students enrolled in Vocational Agriculture for the first time. Most of the members are Freshman Ag. boys, but there are several from the upper classes. At the first meeting oflicers were elected for the year: President ........................................ Richard Patton Vice President .... Paul Hatfield Secretary ..... ....... R ay Roche Treasurer .... .... R onald Hart Reporter .... ....... T ed Davis Sentinel ...... ...... C harles Dague Advisor ................................ .... J ohn N. Crosbie Projects attempted during the year were: 8. 9. 10. Our l. Initiation and Home Ee.-Ag. Party. 2. Cooperative Seed Selling. 3. Entry in the Chicken-of-Tomorrow Contest. 4. Greenhand round and square dance. 5. Corn husking field trip. 6. And other worthwhile undertakings Five boys received the Keystone Farmer Degree. Four Trinity boys played in the F.F.A. State Band. We held our annual Father and Son Banquet in April. main purpose in Vocational Agriculture and the F.F.A. is to: a. Study and apply improved practices and new findings in Agriculture. b. Develop leadership abilities. c. Work as a cooperative organization. d. Prepare ourselves for a better and prosperous Future Farmer. WW W -iam' l I 'U h , yse'-xiii? '- , R r wr II ga ,ml 1L,,aJ-f' ' ' ' l, D F 5- r' EJ I i Q9 Wil qw ,, aw YR I-I ia li-if X- i ll 1 , ,I L W I1 1 D -L N III J Keystone Farmers This year Trinity FFA. had hve Chapter Farmers, who received the next highest degree, the Keystone Farmer Degree. VVe feel that Trinity had five outstanding members, shown by their accomplishments thus far in Vocational Agriculture. Jack Mounts was State Public Speaking Champion, a project winner for three years, Secretary of the F.F.A. for two years, along with a high scholastic standing, and active participation in extra-curricular activities. James Thomas was one of three boys selected for the Pennsylvania Dairy Judging Team to compete Nationally at VVaterloo, Iowa, at the National Dairy Expedition. He has been a project winner for three years, winning four gold medals this past year. He was also selected to receive the National Dairy Efficient Production Award. jim has shown his livestock at the local fairs, and is well on his way in the dairy business with nine purebred Guernseys of his own. Last year he was selected as Pennsylvania's outstanding Guernsey boy, and received a purebred heifer. Raymond Patterson has been instrumental in starting our Dairy Club, a project winner for two years and has 12 purebred Jerseys as foundation animals for his future herd. Benny Hamilton has competed at the Pittsburgh Livestock Show for four years and this year he attained his goal with the "Grand Cham- pion Lambu. He has been an outstanding project winner the past two years, and this year, he received the Pennsylvania Guernsey Award. Benny has seven Guernseys of his own, and is well on his way with this pure- bred herd. Joe Wonsettler is our lone Junior to receive this degree and his selection was based on his outstanding farming program and project winners in swine and the Farm Accounts contest. He was the Regional winner last year. This is quite an accomplishment for a Junior. Project Winners Pictured above are the State Champions for the Fourth Consecutive year. The winners are listed below with stars indicating the number of winning projects for each boy. Eugene Klounts 'Ir i' Harold Klellaid i' Dick Xfartin i' Jack llounts 'k i' Jack Uran 'A' i' Tom Kelly 'k Jim Thomas 'X' i' i' i' Bob NIcCullouggh i' Linn Hamilton 'A' Paul Brownlee 'k i' 'A' i' Jim Breziniski 'A' Joe Rankin 'k Ben Hamilton 'k i' 'A' i' Harry Null 'Ir Don VVarne i' Ray Patterson 'A' 'A' Paul Spin 'A' i' Harry Davis i' Joe VVonsettler 'A' i' George Kearns i' Don Franks i' Bob Verner 'A' Band Members Trinity F.l".4X. had four boys in the Pennsylvania State l'i.l".4X. Band. Bob bIcCullough has been a member for three years and Jack Nlounts for two years. Bob plays the E Hat clarinet and Jack was Drum Nlajor. Tom Ellis, tuba, and Dick Shrontz, snare drum played, this year for the first time. KS in 'Nl Sara mimi 8 efffiff ' i Tina i .E 9 D F 4 I" EJ J' -.A l ,', we Q u ri Wi? fig M U -a N III J F.F.A. Demonstration Team Jack Nlounts, Eugene Moilnts, Paul Lewis, and Harry Reese. One day after school in November a committee of Trinity teachers heard the Senior Ag. boys try out for this year's demonstration team. The boys finally chosen were Paul Lewis, Eugene hlounts, Jack Mounts, and Harry Reese. These boys made the props for the demonstration and also learned the lines for its presentation. The efforts and hard work during Christmas vacation paid off when the awards and prizes were presented at the Farm Show. Trinity had a blue first place ribbon in the Vocational Demonstration and a red second place in the Electrical Demonstration. The boys were asked to present the demonstration at State College in Nlarch and are antici atin an invitation from the demonstration P g judges to present it at a meeting of Delaware and brlaryland teachers. Several local or anizations also asked the bo s to resent the demonstra- g Y P tion at their meetings. The boys deserve a lot of credit for their efforts and should have the satisfaction of a hard job well done. ,' .fi .. 5,,5g,imQiFg-I. c .1 l f . ,'..' i 'V F.F.A. Exhibit Team During the last week of July the Junior F.F.A. boys met and com- peted in a contest to see who would make the exhibit team for the year 1951-1952. VVhen the saw dust and shavings had settled Jack Dran, Ernie Lyle, Joe Rankin, Ralph Smiley, and Tom Ellis, an alternate, had accomplished their task. These boys then worked one whole week building the exhibit "Heat Lamp Brooding-A New Practical Brooding Nlethodf' The exhibit was set up at the W7ashington County Fair where it received much favorable comment. The boys next constructed a model of the exhibit which was sub- mitted for approval and entry to the State Farm Show. Again we were fortunate enough to be one of the nine selected from all vocational agri- culture schools in Pennsylvania for showing at the State Farm Show. In the competition with the other nine schools, Trinity came out with a red, second place ribbon. The exhibit and the 25 day-old chicks in it attracted much attention, and many people were seen making drawings of the brooder for their own use. The boys this year deserve a lot of credit for their Hne work and attitude toward the exhibit. 5 -as aipsiw ' V f sw r :til r'a?'?iT Ti i ' 1 I! v EX , 1. C3 '11 '19 C51 lxb fx 2 ii! SY 6 A ..-ew? i"'i Qi n illxlll -ll "' Sophomore F.F.A. Last fall we held our initiation and all members of the Sophomore chapter were raised to the Chapter Farmer Degree. lve held a square dance and also husked corn one day to raise funds for our chapter. Several field trips were held for the chapter. President ........................ .... I Richard Martin Vice President .... ....... F loyd Craft Secretary ....... ..... R ichard Auld Treasurer .... ..... F red Ankrom Reporter ..... Roger Dague Sentinel .... ...... F loyd Ankrom Advisor .......................................... Mr. John Lowry Program Sellers Under the sponsorship of the Go-To-College Club, the following girls sold programs: Shirley Fielder Edna Hewitt Beverly Swartfegzer Mary Brunnett Carolyn Johnston Betty Jane Thomas Wilma Anderson l -u N III J .5 ' DF 1352 MYR MKWXQS W WM Ed DeWitt State Flzampion Dick Wilson Bill Enos District Champion District l'hampion Wrestling The 1952 wrestling season was very successful with a record of 10 wins and 4 losses. High spot of the dual meets was two victories over Canonsburg. hlembers of the squad who will be graduated this year include Dick VVilson, Gary Bigler, Jim Gallo, Bill Enos, Shirley Paul, Dave Ackley, Ed DelVitt, Fred NlcClenathan, Chuck lvilliams. Three wrestlers won lV.l'.l.A.l,. championships, Dick lVilson in ll2 pound class who saw an undefeated season: Bill lfnos in 138 pound class who lost one match in dual competitiong and lid Delllitt in l54 pound class who was also undefeated. Trin- ity hnished third in team standing for the lV.lJ.l.A.l,. tournament. These three winners competed in the l'.l.4X.,-X. tournaments at State College. lfd DeXVitt did a repeat performance, winning State title for the second year. Dick XVilson placed second. Prior to the regular season, a novice wrestling tournament was held again with Trinity taking second place. The following boys emerged champions: Roger Dague in 133 pound class, Bill Gallo in l27 pound class, and Charles Sakura in 145 pound class. W PM G I IH is fpiii 'Q' U L N III U Band The band started its 1951-1952 season of activities with 62 mem- bers. They have participated in the splendor of football games, pep assemblies, pep parades, and concerts. A new function of the band this year is the "Trinity Swing Bandf' This band made its first appearance at the annual Band Banquet which was held on February 13. The highlight for the year was the Spring Festiva1, in which the band played a large part. Cheerleaders "VVe're the cheerleaders from T. H. S., and Welve tried to do our best," but that couldn't have been done Without the capable supervision of Miss Jennie Ferralli. With our yells of "fight T-E-A-M", We helped lead the Hillers on to V-l-C-tory" in football, basketball, and Wrestling. Vve took part in many assemblies and sponsored the annual football banquet. The graduating cheerleaders are Betty Cllerkj VVood, head cheer- leader, Betty QBool Brookman, Betty Jean CRedj Ewart, Lynn Croft and Sondra Hoover, substitute. The Juniors fulfilling their places are: Shirley fljunkj Gamble, bflarlene fBuZzj lylounts, Debbie Berman, and Phyllis Houston. The four Sophomore cheerleaders elected by the student body are Dorothy Barrett, Joan Hayden, Phyllis Holmes, and Barbara Knestrick with Joyce lwclvilliams as substitute. "' A Q lvl R 'N :a3.F'..i-'li' 7 .W -i is X ,ff i R, il! Mi. B XHQNQ-,, i eff' TN77' Q i --Q' .W i Ghz ls- gait? D F f Q ! l 2 5 Football The Trinity football team did quite well this year. VVhen the season ended the record showed a three way tie between Trinity, California, and Canonsburg for the Southwestern Conference lead- ership. Our season revealed six games won, one tied, and three lost in the ten game schedule. The Hillers started the season by Winning from Chartiers and Redstone. Then came a thrilling slam-bang game with our rival Washington High School. This game ended in a 6-6 tie. Next we met the strong Pittsburgh district team from Peabody High School. ln the closing period of the game a pass play scored Z1 touchdown for Peabody. That was our first defeat. Then came the games with German Township and California Community schools. German, an old time rival always dangerous, was a tough opponent, but was defeated 13 to 7. California, unde- feated to that time, promised a tough battle. Experts and friends of the press predicted a victory for California, but Trinity played the best game of the season in defeating them 44 to 6 with the benches cleared of substitutes in the closing moments of the game. The next Week our neighbors from Canonsburg furnished the opposition. Probably there is no rivalry keener, no interscholastic relations finer or more friendly that that which exists between Trinity and Canonsburg. VVhen this game ended Canonsburg was leading with a score of 13-9. Midland was a newcomer on our schedule. Un a snowy. rain- soaked field that team was able to register a 14-6 victory over us. Then came another old rival, Burgettstown, but this time We Were able to take the game. Finally, We met VVaynesburg in the last interscholastic game for the season and for us as a team. VVaynes- burg had a change of coaching staff and the score reflected the effects of too much change. QW' wgimid Q EV H it , I -u N Ill J Chartiers .. Redstone Wash High Peabody .... Germantown California . Canonsburg Burgettstown Midland .... Waynesburg 1951-52 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Opponents Trinity . . . 0 26 . 7 18 . 6 6 . 7 0 . . . 7 13 . 6 44 . 13 9 . . . 0 14 . 14 6 . 0 41 Baseball l95l The 1951 Baseball season closed with a very good record. The team Won the section and entered the semi-finals in the VV. P. l. A. L. playoffs. In sectional play Trinity won seven and lost one, and in the playoffs won two and lost one. Trinity Washington 3 Trinity Chartiers 4 Trinity Canonsburg 2 Trinity East Washington 0 Trinity Washington 4 Trinity Canonsburg 6 Trinity East Washington 6 Trinity Chartiers 7 PLAYOFFS Trinity Burgettstown 0 Trinity Stowe 6 . Trinity West Allegheny 4 The following is a list of the squad: Pitchers: D. Smith, B. Roberts, B. Anderson, Catchers: S. McLaughlin, P. McFall. First Basemen: C. Williams, W. Curry. Second Basemen: P. Gajarsky, B. Gray. Third Basemen: J. Franks, B. Roberts. Shortstop: S. Paul. and H. Roberts. Outfieldersz J. Sargent, P. Lewis, B. Lee, F. Mosier, J. Briggs, and B. Roberts. QW Q. ...I-:. if-'V -I, I F 5 I" EJ J rl :W 'gin imgiliil p G K' sw? ilvffe ., N, 6 li.,' i V s Q' ' , . 5 FALL..--' ' fn., ,, .May I icy., .ln lb 'A U -h N III J Basketball lVarsityl The 1951-52 season does not stand out as one of the best in Trinity's history due to the fact that thirteen defeats stand against its record of live victories. But record on paper hardly does justice to the team and especially to some of the outstanding performances of individual members. Several of the losses were very close and some the mere result of overtime play. The annual game with the Alumni was lost by only one point, the score being 43-42. Fortunately, we will lose only two members of the team through graduation, Pete Brooks and Glenn Carter. The team was coached by Nlilton Decker and his Assistant, James hloninger. WW MW mmm NEHI BOTTLING Co Bottlers of 0 ROYAL CROWN COLA 0 NEHI ORANGE 0 UPPER I0 PHONE 652 45 FORREST AVE WASHINGTON PENNSYLVANIA Americafs Finest Yearbooks . . . are bound ln Molly-Made-Smithoraltod Covers of Tomorrow THE S. K. SMITH CIIMPANY Chicago 18, Illi CHICAGO 2857 North Western Ave n CLEVELAND Public Square Building 33 Public Square Cl 1d13 Oh' 52 LOS ANGELES 5260 West 104th S Los Angeles 45, C If NEW YORK Vanderbilt Ave New York 17, Ne Y lc COMPLIMENTS OF COMMENCEMENT Y O D E R S INVITATIONS AND CARDS POULTRY MARKET e Martin A. Yoders, Prop. ' Designed and Made bY FRESH HOME DRESSED POULTRY ' FRESHEGGS MERRELLS, INC. Feee Delivery .CLARKSBURG,W.VA. 212 WEST CHESTNUT ST. -l Washington, Pa. Phone 4192 Stationers to the Class '52 FEEDS SEEDS FERTILIZERS PETROLEUM FARM SUPPLIES IMPLEMENTS AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU 268 WEST WHEELING STREET Phone 6370 Burgettstown: Phone 9560 - Main Street Extension BLACK TOP PAVING CO. OAKLAND AVENUE 9 WASHINGTON, PA. BITUMINOUS MATERIALS GENERAL ROAD CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT RENTALS WEST WASHINGTON THE MEN'S SHOP 14 - 16 West Chestnut Street 485 WEST CHESTNUT ST. . HOME OF BOTANY -- 500 . CLOTHES Model Airplanes and Kits, Engines and Accessories BOSTONIAN SHOES WARNE FARM SUPPLIES JOHN H. WARNE, Owner Authorized Dealer MASSEY-HARRIS G NEW IDEA ff in K, 3 .N -J I KTLQX. iiiiifkk ful l r Better Built Form Equipment Phone 2245 Complete Line of Feeds, Fertilizers, Farm Supplies Sherwin-Williams Paints 1 Mile West of Washington, Pa., on Rout 40 C. H. JONES 5' SONS MEN'S WEAR Since 1900 O Washington Theater Building THE ARROW STORE With on Eye to the Future Join the . . . 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N I 1 SUMMER TERM OPENS J U N E 2 Beginning and Advanced Classes in shorthand, typing, accounting, office machines and allied subjects :: :: Monthly tuition rates-clay classes 330.005 evening school, 512.00 Ml D-TOWN TEXACO Texaco Products Marfax Lubrication I Phone 4220-J or write . West Beau 86 Ruple Penn Commercial College W h. F ph 82 South Main Street as mgton' 3' one 9480 Washington, Pennsylvania GREETINGS FROM Gram: qpsgx n,,-to 5 eg 1 ., , A - ' fab 56' O 6 WILLIAM J. WABRICK, JR. gf 15 EAST BEAU ST. Niember Florist OLUQVS ana! QQCO1f'CLii'I:O7fLS PHONE 3374 s Telegraph Delivery Association COMPLIMENTS OF CALDWELL'S l WASHINGTON'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE BE 0 NR Magnavox Radio C7 Television EYNOLDS G' CO Baldwin Pianos O WASHINGTON, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF FRAZIER- SIMPLEX, INC "ENGlNEERS" WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA "Ford Forming Headquarters" WASHINGTON FARM EQUIPMENT, INC. R. D. 3 ROUTE 40 WEST WASHINGTON, PA. Phone 2664 FORD TRACTORS DEARBORN FARM EQUIPMENT NEW HOLLAND BALERS 86 FORAGE MACHINERY Compliments of WASHINGTON DEALERS ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA Cars and Trucks BOLYARD GARAGE .....,......,... BROWN 86 HUSTED, INC. HAHN MOTORS, INC. SCOTT MOTOR CO. .........,,.., . W. D. GARDNER ..........,......... -A COURSON-BURSON MOTOR, INC. . SHARPNACK MOTOR TRUCK CO. .. , MINNEMEYER MOTOR CO. ....,.. . CHARTIERS MOTOR CO. . . . . OLD TRAIL MOTORS .,,.,. GUY WOODWARD . , . FULTON GARAGE ..,.,,,,..... McCLELLAND MOTOR .,.......... WASHINGTON MOTOR SALES ..... BEATTY .,.....,.................... REICHERT'S KAISER-FRAZER SALES , . . A. G. SHANNON MOTOR SALES .... ............Federal ..,.......,.,.Ford Oldsmobile-Cadillac Chevrolet ...........Packard . . . . .Studebaker . . . . .International Buick . .DeSoto - Plymouth . Chrysler - Plymouth . . Dodge - Plymouth ....,,.......Nash . . . . Hudson . . . . . . Pontiac . . . . . GMC Truck . . . . . 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I Q BUILDERS O , WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS VARI ETY GF BAKERY TASTY DOUGHNUTS B rrhday 86 Wedding Cak 134 NCRTI-I MAIN ST. a Specialty phone 9476 990 JEFFERSON AVENUE Washington, P Estimates Furnished THE CALDWELL WALLPAPER DEPARTMENT PHONE 3700 A. Lauer, Manager Ph 642 M Washington, P -1 I PAULG' POST Compliments of 172 South Main Sr. F. B. McKINLEY PLUMBING aa HEATING JEWELER H A R D W A R E 0 Diamonds O Watches and I Jewelry 0 Silve SPQRTING GOUDS 15 NORTH MAIN STREET Phone 77 Washington, Pa. Compliments of WASHINGTON MOULD, MACHINE AND FOUNDRY COMPANY IITIO AL 'IIIIIE CII CLOTHING OUTFITS 7 - FOR ALL - "Spurtsmens' Headquarters' - FOR ALL- OUTDOORS SPORTS 46-48 WEST CHESTNUT STREET WASHINGTON, PA. C. Cr C. SERVICE, INC. 850 East Maiden Street WASHINGTON, PA. Phone 1536 When YOU need tires . . . you see the men who know tires BEST ENGLE'S RADIO AND MARINE SALES MOTOROLA . . . CROSLEY TELEVISION T.V. Service 86 Supplies HIGGENS AND CHRIS-CRAFT BOATS 75 E. Walnut St. Washington, Pa. Phone 4259-J FARMA LL TRACTORS International Harvester Farm and Dairy Equipment Refrigerators and I-Iorne Freezers SOMERVILLE FARM SUPPLY ss MURTLAND AVENUE Phone 6630 Across from State Highway Building THE CITIZENS WATER see SM I TH For COMPANY O WASHINGTON, PA. PIANOS 6' ORGANS 59 West Chestnut Street WASHINGTON, PA. COMP LIMENTS OF SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 31 EAST CHESTNUT STREET WASHINGTON, PA. Phone 6905 Keep the Memory of This Moment Forever Fresh I Dear Students: Thoughts go straight back, these days, to that so-long-ago time when you entered school as one of the freshest of Freshmen. Remember? . . . Will you ever forget? WoulcIn't it be great though, if you had a photograph of yourself on that eventful occasion? . . . Q Why not telephone right now for an appointment? Q We will arrange the time to suit your convenience. The Number is 2100-J THE VINCENT EVANS STUDIO 90 NORTH MAIN STREET WASHINGTON, PA. LOUIS BERMAN Realtor . . . 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I-Iessler, Washington 3531-J BDLDEI1 BUEBIISEY That S PEC I AL Milk NOW EITHER IN GLASS BOTTLE OR PAPER CONTAINER AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE OR FOR HOME DELIVERY PHONE 3175 A Label TO Remember . . M c N A R Y ' S 1' L5 JEWELRY s1'oRE HQ gow . WATCHES Q nwgvhswo O Hamilton and Elgin 0 25 WEST CHESTNUT STREET 31 NORTH MAIN STREET WASHINGTON, PA. Wa5h"'gt0n' Pa' Compliments Of... J . A . R U N G 0 217 SOUTH MAIN ST. WASHINGTON, PA. Phones: 2281 - 2282 - 1775 The Food Market Complete JONES 2 . ICE CREAM Manufactured By JONES Cr GRIEST, INC. WASHINGTON, PA. H A T H A W A Y 1 S . . Robert C. Crouch Point G' Gloss Company F I' 9 S i"l P 9 S -1- Distributor For - d SHERWIN - WILLIAMS O n PRODUCTS P G S 1- r e S Wall Paper, Paints, Enamels 86 Glass Artists' Supplies GABBY HEIGHTS PHONE 1586 111 NORTH MAIN ST- Phone 1096 MANROW Cr NEVIN HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, ROOFING SHEET METAL WORK 145 South Franklin Street Telephone 731 WASHINGTON, PA. Congrotulotions tothe Closs of 1952 Washington Motor Express V CONTRACT HAULING ongratulations and Best Wishes to th Class of 1952 F14 Y NCQ 0 S1 'fa ,jg v :: 5 t 'k 'ba 4' 1 1 5 TBHIOS t Producers of Fine Quality St WASHINGTON, PA. 8 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF WILLIAM J. GROITSCH SUWAK TRUCKING GROCERY STORE COMPANY ARDEN, PA. KURTZ MQNUMENT COMPANY Q ROCK OF AGES MEMORIALS Q RQ!!! 'IEES WASHINGTON MON ON GAHELA CAN ONSBURG COMPLIMENTS OF MOLYBDENUM CORPORATION OF AMERICA fix 0 L C 0 T T ' S STORM WINDOWS Compliments Perma-Stone, Roofing, Insulated Siding of HOUSEHOLD GOODS J. C. PENNEY CO TOYS 42 - 50 NORTH MAIN ST. WASHINGTON, PA. Wa s hing t o n Phone 5658-J CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS S. W. MILLER AGENCY PHONE 1094 40 NORTH MAIN STREET WASHINGTON, PA. PENN SANITARY CLEANING DYEING -- PRESSING - REPAIRING I WASHINGTON - - - 952 Q PHONES WAYNESBURG - - - 952 CANONSBURG - - - 10788 BONNER'S ESSO STATION G I' 0 Cr: " I e 5 Hollywood Beauty Shoppe Y.W.C.A. Building 42 WEST IVIAIDEN STREET Jean MacLaughlin's Da i ry Ba r PROSPERITY PIKE Phone 6782 Phone 2587 FIELDS IMPLEMENT STORE Authorized Dealer For Case Cr Ferguson Tractors G' Farm Machinery Esco Farm Freezers and Milk Coolers North Main Street Ext. and Patten Ave. WASHINGTON, PA. Phone 4364 Evening 7516R3 Trinity STUDENTS Prefer . . GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL BARBER SHOP 86 South Main Street PHONE SERVICE FOR EVERY CHAIR NO WAITING - FOUR BARBERS Under AAA Office or Through Hotel Lobby Phone 6161 Phone 1786 J O N E S Cr C 0 L W E S Compliments of WHOLESALE CANDY 1 and Grocers' Specialties A U T E N R E I T H S Miniefs Lovell'-1 DOLLAR STORES Flhle Covel Candles 80 E Chestnut St Chocolates 83 North Main Street Washington, Pa. Washington' Pa' W. A. JONES GEO. J. COLWES SHARP'S W Ch S q F u R N I T u R E s T o R E Sishijgion, STU' We Invite You To VISIT OUR STORE C. L. Sharp Boyd S. Sharp CharIes L. Sharp, Sr. Wm. B. Sharp COMPLIMENTS OF . . ARROW SERVICE STATION ass WEST CHESTNUT STREET . . . PHONE 9825 Q AMOCO PRODUCTS Q LINCOLN HEIGHTS MEAT MARKET Groceries and Produce 2816 WEST CHESTNUT ST. J. A. MCFEELY ------ PHONE 3014 --- Compliments of TEMPLETON'S DRUG STORE 33 North Main St. WASHINGTON, PA. REX BARBER SHOP 0 Four Barbers 0 15 WEST CHESTNUT ST. Phone 9639 ROBERT D. VANCE GENERAL INSURANCE I Phones 224 and 2600 "Visions of Youthv-So important to you who are graduating-yes, ancl impor- tant to the whole wide worlcl. Never lose them! VISION of youth is equally valuable. Lose it completely, and all the worldls billions couldn't bring it hack. Regular ,Qu-igiigg :Eiga 1--- care NOXV can assure YOUTHFUL il-32IF55 -5i3i53555?:2iiE'1::5.g ' .1..22.Eff-iff 121:15 :El-Q55Eiii1aI?i5' VISION for LIFE. ---yoiii Piisiiipiiiii is i iiiiiiii Opii- ei55:2ii2i2iiagi5e5.gai22ssg"'fi , vwgitfiaea: ,1..g:f--ifizis.12:.f:.sa2e::ifeif2if2is Gian- We are: as a1WaYS, af Your Service in the compounding ancl fitting of the finest qualify glsssss- 419 Washington Trust Building Iwo 5 '? 4 ""-. J 1: xxx ss' , inf? ,- j,-Sxvg?-:Q 'iff Q HERBERT M- UUWN3 0 P T I C I A N 31 NORTH MAIN ST. Phone 3842 fRes. 80741 WASHINGTON, PA. Entrance to stairs between McNary Jewelry Store and Becker' Shoe Store C. S. BELL Cr SONS Established 1906 Auto PartsJobbers Af and Machinists MURPHY'S Phone1425 ' 245 DONNAN AVENUE It Pays To Shop Washington, Pa. Wasl1ington's Friendly Store "THE STORE OF MARSHALL" WASHINGTON'S YARD GOODS STORE The Right Goods at The Right Time at The Right Prices 3 Floors of Quality Merchandise 56 NORTH MAIN ST. CONVENIENTLY LOCATED . . . OUT OF THE CONGESTED AREA Our Mortuary is easily accessible from every section of the community G. EARL McCOY MORTUARY 835 Allison Avenue Phones 840 jefferson Avenue 50 and 5847 PARKING IS NEVER A PROBLEM AT McCOY'S Harvey E. Swartz Bert Boswell H. Wm. Swartz "Everything for the Office" NEW and USED TYPEWRITERS, DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING EQUIPMENT FIRE-PROOF SAFES, OFFICE and SCHOOL SUPPLIES REPAIRS ON ALL OFFICE MACHINES WASHINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 57 West Chestnut Street Phone 2919 WA5""NGT0N MEAT Asn-:Mons FLOWER SHOP MARKETS FLOWERS Q TWO HOME OWNED STORES Q 28 North Main Street IN THE MODERN MANNER Phones 3200-3201 I 144 South Main Street Phones 14064407 80 South Main Street Special Prices To Fraternities Phone 4887 and Schools S. B. 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Classes limited. 8 LESSONS FOR 38.00 SINGER SEWING CENTER 47 West Chestnut Street Phone 2879 Washington, Pa. ALBERT PACKING COMPANY WASHINGTON, PA. I Tasty Hams Brand O Tasty Bacon Brand O Tasty Luncheon Meats Brand IMPERIAL CLEANERS fr DYERS Q WE HAVE FOUR STORES IN WASHINGTON TO SERVE YOU AT YOUR CONVENIENCE 182 North Main Street 151 South Main Street 244 West Chestnut Street 994 Jefferson Avenue FOR SERVICE . . . CALL 2566 or 2567 Compliments of ' GIBBUNS MOTOR EXPRESS T V T O TRUCKS HAUL TODAY O WHAT YOU USE TOMORROW WASHINGTON UNION TRUST COMPANY WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA COMMUNITY BANK COURTESY SERVICE Member' of F d I D posit I Corporation 1 HAZEL S BEAUTY SHOP COMPLIMENTS Prop. Hazel Nystrom OF 63M SOUTH MAIN STREET W h. GLADDEN TRUCKING as mgton, Pa. COMPANY Phone 3109 Compliments of JOHN L. 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