Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA)
- Class of 1953
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THE STUDENTS of TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
ol clication . . .
lfarly in its existence Trinity's Department of Vocational Agricul-
ture established a record that has been the pride of the Department of
liducation. To maintain that record throughout the years has required
careful organization, inspired leadership, and unusual cooperation.
Charles McClelland coordinates the work of this department so
that our school shows a remarkable accomplishment in the maintenance
ot our proud record.
His leadership and the inspiration ottered our boys has encouraged
them to work harder toward the goal ot their organization "Learning
to do and doing to learn."
lle ranks high in the councils of the lfuture Farmers ol' ,Xmerica
where the competition is keen. The honorary degree of Keystone Farmer
has heen conferred upon him. The increase of membership in this depart-
ment to one hundred fifty pupils reveals growth and accomplishment.
His counsel is carefully considered in the homes of our townships.
ln the Department of Vocational Agriculture Education he has served
as a critic teacher.
He commands the respect and cooperation of his associates and the
l3llSl!1CSS men of our community.
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TO THE CLASS OF '53
lt is your good fortune that you are about to step for-
ward into a world which is overflowing with golden opportunities. It is
also true that this same world is sick at heart with conflicting ideals that
are fast verging on the edge of war. But above these warring factions,
there are two issues which stand out. The first has to do with your
adjusting yourselves to your new position in an adult world so as to put
into vital practice the preparation which you received at Trinity High
School for real American Citizenship. The second has to do with the
place you will make for yourselves when the present world turmoil has
Many of you who are about to graduate will Hnd your-
selves entering into the services of your country. Yours is the task of
catching and carrying forward the burning torch to new victories and
brighter tomorrows. Others of you will be going on to higher education,
others taking your places in industry, and still others taking your places
as home-makers. But whoever or wherever you are, yours is the task
of counteracting the devastating forces of evil in the world today, and
of restoring the fundamental principals of justice upon which this great
country was founded.
Whatever the part you are called upon to play in the con-
tinued preservation of the blessings of Democracy, go forward, unafraid,
believing that freedom shall and will prevail. May the path you choose
make you a living advertisement of your Maker whose favor we earnestly
and sincerely ask for each one of you.
May the Olympus serve to remind you of your days at
Trinity and of the high regard your Classmates, your Faculty, and the
Board of Directors have for you.
HARo1.n M. BRHNNIER, Prixeidrnt.
HAROLD M. BRENNER Moss RUTAN Al. Hama GUTHRIE Wu,l.1s L. RAMSEY
South Strabane . Canton North Franklin Amwcll
Prrsidrnt VIN' Prr.r1d1'nt Szvrflary Trfa.fur1'r
j. S. G1EsoN
KQEORGE BURY WYLxE CoURsoN JOHNATHAN DM' Enwm j. GAUL
Canton North Franklin Amwell South Strabane
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REED HANEY Wu,1.1,xM HEATLEY PAUL LEWIS CILENN MANNON
South Strabane North Frankhn Amwell South Strabane
S'rANI,EY NICNVREATH ExxERsoN I',u.MEk VV. H. REDD
South Strabane North Franklin Amwell
ANTHONY SnUl,Tz jomr A. SMITH IVIARGARET ULERY
Canton Canton Canton
Washington and jefferson College, B.S..
lVl.S.g University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed.
rrally grrat man ffurr thought himself xo.
Dean of Students
J. ARLEIGH JOHN
Washington and jefferson College, B.S..
M.A.g University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed.g
Crm! mrn stand out likr solitary Iofwfrs in Ihf
wily of God.
Director of Activities
JAMES R. CLARK
Juniata College, B.S.g University of Pitts-
burgh, M.Ed.g Algebrag Biology.
Thr gr1'11ff.r! tru.ft h1'Ifw1'1'n man and man ix Ihr
lrurf nf yiming rounwl.
Trinity High School.
Secretary to the Principal.
Brauty and fwisdom arf rarrly
GARNET R. WITHROW
Trinity High School.
Secretary to the Principal. '
BETTY JEAN EWART
Secretary to Mr. Ross
of fwil is fworih 11 pound
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Trinity High School has a spirit that is unique. lt is
impossible to express in words the reasons therefore: they
lie embedded in the hearts and minds of the people making
up our community.
The Vocational Agriculture Department is a typical
example of this spirit. We have surroundings that are not
adequate, one classroom is in the basement, the shop space
is very limited, the tools insufficient yet year in and year
out the boys in the department who compete with all other
Vocational Agriculture Schools in the State rank first in
projects and many other worthwhile endeavors.
The only reason for this is the spirit of the teachers,
students and members of the community.
Let's hope that this quality in Trinity High School
will remain as long as the community exists and in the
future we can have physical surrounding to match the
spirit of the people who make Trinity High School.
Bethany College, A.B., Graduate
work: University of Pittsburgh,
Physical Education, Mathemat-
Hrallh and liappinrmv mutually
lwyrl earl: alllvr.
VVashington and jefferson Col-
lege, B.S., University of Pitts-
burgh, M.Ed., Wrestling Coach,
Assistant Football Coach, Civics,
Thr fworld knofwr nothing of iI.f
Mrs. Emily Auld
University of Pittsburgh, .-LB.,
Graduate work: Washington and
jefferson College, English.
I.iI1'raiurr is Ihr thought of lliinking
Mrs. Beatrice Carmichael
Margaret Morrison, Carnegie
College, Carnegie Institute of
Technology, B.S., Graduate
work: University of Pittsburgh,
Advisor to F.H.A. Chapter,
.-llfsfnf in lmrly, but f'l'f'5flll in
Milton T. Decker
VVaynesburg College, B.S., Grad-
uate work: Pennsylvania State
College, California State Teach-
ers College, Physical Education,
Thr man lim! lofufx and laughs
mutt .rurrly do fwrll.
John N. Crosbie
Pennsylvania State College, BS.,
Graduate work: University of
Pittsburgh, Advisor to F.F.A.
Chapter, Vocational Agriculture.
Thr' prirr of fLci.filuln ix almfvr
Washington Seminary junior
College, Slippery Rock State
Teachers College, Co-Advisor to
Freshman Y-Teens, History,
.45 mrrry as flu' day ix lung.
Mrs. Garnet Allison
Slippery Rock State Teachers Col-
lege, University of Pittsburgh,
A.B., Graduate work: Washing-
ton and jefferson College, Ad-
visor to History Club, Olympus
Staff, VVorld History.
Then' ix a lfirlory In all mrn's
Mrs. Agnes Auld
University of Pittsburgh, B.S.,
M.L., Physics, Chemistry.
.-Ind fwhrn 11 latly'.v in thr rasr,
you knofw all things gi-'Ur plurr.
Trinity High School, Assistant
Supervisor of Buildings and
Thr nolzlrxt mimi, tllf lfrxl frm-
Jennie M. Ferralli
VVashington Seminary, Pennsyl-
vania College for VVomen, A.B.,
Graduate work: University of
Pittsburgh, Advisor to Trinity
Historians, Advisor to Senior
Class, Olympus Staff, American
Bruuliful in form ami frafurr,
lofvrly or Ihr Jay.
Supervisor of Buildings and
Nffvrr idlf Il momrol, hu! thrifty
ami thoughtful of othrrs.
Mrs. Dorothy Grimes
Washington Hospital, Duquesne
Unihersity, University of Pitts-
xl llII'I'l'y hmrl iiorlh good lihr
Westminster College, B.B.A.,
Advisor to Go-To-College Club,
Advisor to Freshman Class,
Humor has juxfly hrrn l'I'y!Il't,!'ti
III lhz' fmxrl pl'l'fl'I'fi0ll of fiofllf
William C. Good
Carnegie Institute of Technology,
A.B., Graduate work: Carnegie
Institute of Technology, Direc-
tor of Band, Music, Orchestra
and Mixed Chorus.
Iiluxir it fwrll ,mid Io hr Ihr sprzwll
Cleon S. Hallam
VVashington and jefferson, B.S.,
M.A., Graduate work: Universi-
ty of Pittsburgh, Advisor to
Olympus Staff, Problems of De-
Not only ir thfrz' an arf in knofwing
a thing, hut also a l'l'I'l1Ii!I orl in
Mrs. Lucille Heil
Margaret Morrison, Carnegie
College, Carnegie Institute of
Technology, B.S., Advisor to
F.H.A. Club, Advisor to Cafe-
teria Club, Home Economics.
Nothing is morr Jimplr than jlffill-
Mrs. Frances Huffman
Indiana State Teachers College,
B.S., Graduate work: VVaynes-
burg College, University of Pitts-
burgh, Advisor to Sophomore
Y-Teens, Advisor to Commercial
Club, Shorthand, Typing.
.1 grrar mind hrromrr ri grr'11I
Floyd H. Hootman
Washington and jefferson Col-
lege, B.S., Graduate work:
VVashington and jefferson Col-
lege, Senior Science, General
Science, Visual Education.
lforrh, rourayr, honor, tlzfsr' ilnlmul
your suxlrnanrr and birthright arc.
Bertram M. Isenberg
Washington and jefferson Col-
lege, A.B., Graduate work:
VVashington and jefferson Col-
lege, University of Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania State College, M.
Ed., Director of Senior Class
lI'hfn you roll mr' lhnl, .vmilcf
VVashington Seminary jr. Col-
lege, Margaret Morrison, Car-
negie College, Carnegie Institute
of Technology, B.S., Advisor
to Senior Y-Teens, Co-Advisor
to Commercial Club, Advisor to
Sophomore Class, Typing, Busi-
ness Techniques, Commercial
From Ilfl' Jl111ll I'l'II1l Illz' fiI'ff1'l'f
fwnyx of 110711112
Mrs. Lillian Manor
University of Pittsburgh, B.S.,
General Science, English.
llu111'JI labor l1r111'5 II lofufly f11ff'.
Charles M. McClelland
Pennsylvania State College, B.S.,
Graduate work: University of
Pittsburgh, M.Ed., Supervisor of
Agriculture, Ag. Shop, Advisor
to F.F.A. Chapter, Advisor to
lvllflllflfl ix lIIlfHlJ.fllllI' I0 I1 fwillizlg
Mrs. Mary Merrin
Indiana State Teachers College,
B.S., Graduate work: VVashing-
ton and jefferson College, Home
flrrrwding to hrr rlolh, .vhr rufs l11'1'
James A. Moninger
Washington and jefferson Col-
lege, B.S., Graduate work:
Washington and jefferson Col-
lege, Assistant Football Coach,
Assistant Basketball Coach, Base-
ball Coach, English.
With A'fI'l'7lgfll and pntirnrr, all 1115
gl'il'1l01I.f load! arf borne.
Mrs. Wilma Mitchell
Waynesburg College, A.B., Grad-
uate work: University of Pitts-
burgh, VVashington and jefferson
College, Bookkeeping, Elemen-
tary Algebra, Advisor to junior
Y-Teens. On Sahbatical leave.
lX'illd7I1'.Y.f har fwan l11'1' lrzfvf.
Martha E. Moninger
Pennsylvania College for VVo-
men, University of Pittsburgh,
A.B., Graduate work: VVashing-
ton and jefferson College, Eng-
11131 ofwn fflllllflhfl' arf my mm-
Vilashington and jefferson Col-
lege, Pennsylvania State College,
B.S., Vocational Agriculture,
Advisor to F.F.A. Chapter.
.-In lmnfst lllllll ix Ihr llllllllhff fwnrle
Mrs. Mary Mansbarger
VVaynesburg College, A.B., Plane
Geometry, Algebra, Advisor to
fllll' lllingf ir fHl'I"'l'I'l' ynml, 111111 nnr'
lllillg ir J11r1'1'.r.r.
Mrs. Winona McCullough
VVestminster College, B,B.A.,
Graduate work: University of
Pittsburgh, Typing, Business
Techniques, General Business
lViIl1 Illllllfl' lr11u'111'1l rmnr, fwilll
1'l1111'ily for all.
Ruth A. Myers
Muskingum College, A.B.g Grad-
uate work: Muskingum College,
University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed.:
Advisor to junior Class, Advisor
to Hiller, Englislig Library,
i hnfur a hrarl fwilh room for f-vrry
Mrs. Mexa Roberts
Cafeteria Manager, Advisor to
Smiling airway: fwilh a fatlizzy
J1'l'1'nily of rormlrfzzlnrr.
Mrs. Robert Smith
VVestminster College, B.S.g Grad-
uate work: VVashington and
jelierson College: Advisor to
Freshman Y-Teensg Mathemat-
Honor lim in honrxvl foil.
Trinity High School, Assistant
'Tis only nolllr lu 111' good.
California State Teachers Col-
lege, 15.8.5 University of Pitts-
burgh, M.I.itt.g Advisor to junior
Class Play: Advisor to Sopho'
more Class: Advisor to junior
Hi-YQ Advisor to Cheerleadersg
Commercial Geography: Gener'
.-I man of rourayr' is also full of
Mrs. Margaret Spriggs
Geneva College, A.B.g Graduate
work: University of Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania State College: Ad-
visor to S.P.Q.R. Cluhg Latin.
li'-zlrryflling tha! is good, .tumnzml
up mio om' frrrrnn.
Canterbury College, B.S.g Driv-
er's Training, Advisor to Senior
Hi- Y, Advisor to Freshman
The hand Ilia! follofws inlz'll1'd mn
J. Howard Wilson
Thiel College, B.S.g VVasl1ington
and jefferson College, M.A.q
Olympus Staff, Biology.
For his llrar-I lwas in hi: fwurk, and
thr hmrt gwrlh gran' into 1'-vrry
ELECTRICITY K DA!
Earl Murphy Pete
Pete likes all sports which is so well known
by the fact that he has played Football 1, 2,
3, 43 and Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Other activi-
ties: Class Ofiicer 45 Student Council 2, 4
-Oliicer 43 Senior Hi-Y 3, 4-Oflicer 43
Home Room Oiiicer 1, 2, 43 Senior Playg
May Day 4.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
The story of the Class of 1953 goes down in the annuals of history as one that
is different in that we represent, in part, the first group to have spent five years at
Trinity High School. Years, our pleasant memories now tell us, that have flown by
much too rapidly.
In the remote Fall of 1948 approximately 95 of us entered Trinity as Eighth
Graders. And we had quite a time! That year we considered ourselves quite im-
portant in that We sponsored two social functions - a lively Class Party, and a
successful Football Dance. Helping to indoctrinate us into a loyal Trinity family
were the following ollicers and advisors:
President ........... . .. .......... James Hoy
Vice-President ....... ..... A udrey McAdams
Secretary-Treasurer ............................ Marlene Mounts
Advisors ................ Miss Jennie M. Ferralli, Mr. Paul Sedlak
As Freshmen in 1949, we were 290 strong. How Trinity survived that year,
we'll never know! However, when all the "lipstick" had been washed away and the
"elevator" legend exploded, we began to love Trinity with all its new and different
experiences. Highlighting this year were a Football Dance in the Fall and a hilarious
Hobo Party in the Spring.
To make our first year of high school a successful one we elected as officers:
President ........ .. .... Scott Renner
Vice-President .... ....... D onald Warne
Secretary ........ ..... E leanor Kottner
Treasurer . . . ............................... Kenneth Farabee
Advisors ...... ..... M iss Jennie M. Ferralli, Mr. Carlton Harry
CLASS of 195
Our Sophomore year we returned to the campus with much self-assurance and
a definite feeling of having a good year at Trinity! Une of our first tasks was to
organize, as well as to elect an advisor to replace Mr. Harry who left early in the
Fall. The result:
President. ....... .... G eorge Applegate
Vice-President .... ...... R onald Hart
Secretary ....... ..... S hirley Gamble
Treasurer .......................................... Martha Riley
Advisors ...... Miss Jennie M. Ferralli, Mr. Charles M. McClelland
This year we felt a little daring in some of the projects undertaken. VVe con-
ducted a scrap drive. Yes, we made money and used it to sponsor the "Pre-Prom
Parade", our first "big" dance. Vile closed our social calendar with the Class Party
in the Spring.
Then came the most exciting year of all. VVe were Juniors! Our play, "Honey
in the Hive"g our lovely prom, "Spring Mardi Gras": the receiving of class rings, and
those "never forgettableu class meetings gave our Junior year at Trinity a treasured
spot in our page of high school memories.
Serving as ofiicers and advisors were:
Treasurer.... .... ...... ......... .
. . . . . .Jeanette Miles
Advisors ...... Miss Jennie M. Ferralli. Mr. Charles M. McClelland
Richard Gorby Dick
Dick is a boy who always has a smile for
everyone. He has dark hair and dark eyes.
He does a grand job as Vice-President of the
Senior Class. His activities: Basketball 1, 23
Football Manager 3, May Day 3, Class Oth-
cer 3, -1-.
Evelyn Olinger Evie
Evelyn is the Senior Class Secretary, she has
short brown hair and blue eyes, likes to dance
and eat good food. She was a member of
the Home Ec. Club 1, 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4:
and Home Room Officer 2, -lf. Evelyn would
like to be a hairdresser after she graduates.
Angeline Veltri Angie
This little miss with beautiful black hair and
dark eyes was a Class Officer 4: Y-Teens 1,
2, 3, 4. She likes to have fun, dancing. skat-
ing, and swimming. She wears chic clothes
and is a very likeable person.
Melvin likes to roller skate, but
he is known around Trinity for
his musical ability. We under-
stand he has chosen music for
his profession and are sure he
will make a success of it.
The saying "All good things
come in small packages," is cer-
tainly proved by this brown-eyed
lass who is very active in the
affairs of our school. She has
taken part in: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4:
S.P.Q.R. 1, 2, 3, 4-Oflicer 3, 4:
Science Club 33 History Club 2,
3, 4-Otlicer 4, Olympus Staff
3, 43 Home Room Officer -I-3 Go-
To-Gollege Club 3, 4-Officer -1-3
Nurses Club 3, 4, Ofiice Girl 4:
Program Seller 3, 43 Spirit of
Maudie Baker Meam James Barney Barney
Mt. Lebanon High School 1, 25
Go-To-College 3, -1-3 History
Club 4g Y-Teens 43 May Day
31 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 31 Senior
Play and Library 1, 2 are the
activities this tall brunette has
taken part in since coming to
Edith May Barnhart
Her willingness to help others
makes Edith a favorite with her
classmates as well as the faculty.
Y-Teens 43 Commercial Club 3,
4, and Future Nurses Club 4
have been her extra-curricular
activities. Music is one of her
Barney says he likes girls, strange
but true, and from what we hear
the feeling is mutual. Studying
does not seem to appeal to jim.
Kenneth Beckner Kenny
As the VValt Disney of the Senior
Class, Kenny's talent as an artist
is always in demand and it's
always given with a smile. At
the head of Kenny's list of dis-
likes is studying. He has been
active in: junior Hi-Y Ig Senior
Hi-Y 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, Mixed Cho-
VUS 45 Wrestling 4, Track 1,
alize that here is a
you have discussed
Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4 and
3, 4 have been the
Gordon, that good
who stands at the
stairs in the lower
the girls who travel
VVhile talking with jack you re-
thoroughly enjoys himself. After
he has gone you find yourself in
a much more cheerful mood and
things don't look so bad after
lems with him. He certainly is
a credit to the Senior Class of
F.F.A. 1, 2,
foot of the
in that area
Robert Anderson Dink
At home with a football, basket-
ball or baseball, Dink is well
known around Trinity for what
he can do with them. He played
Football 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4, Baseball 2. French fries seem
to be what he likes most.
Rose Marie Apache Rose
This dark haired Miss has taken
part in: History Club 2, 3, 41
Y-Teens 2, 33 junior Play: Com-
mercial Club 3, -1--Otiicer 45 Stu-
dent Council 1. Since travel is
her main interest, we predict she
will become a well-known Arctic
Helen Dale Bedillion Dale
This dark haired brown eyed
Miss is active in most of our
clubs at Trinity. Among these
are: Nurses Club 3, 43 Go-To-
College Club 3, 45 Hiller Staff 33
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, -I-Q History Club
2, 3, 43 Senior Play, S.P.Q.R.
1, 2, 3, 4-Officer 4. She likes
the last day of school, and doesn't
care much for getting up in the
Debra Lee Berman Debbie
Debbie has been very busy in
Trinity by belonging to the: Go-
To-College Club 3, 4-OHicer 3,
+3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4--Officer 2,
Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Home Room
Officer 2, S.P.Q.R. 1, 2, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Olympus Staff
2, 35 Senior Play.
Nancy Berry Nancy
"I wish I had that," students ex-
claim as Nancy walks down the
hall. The girls mean her golden
hair. The boys mean Nancy.
Besides being in the Y-Teens for
four years, Nancy has also been
active in F.H.A. 1, 2, May Day
1, 2, 4: Office Girl 4, Y-Teen
Officer 23 Go-To-College Club 3,
43 Science Club 3, Librarian 2.
arence Boswell Sonny
The Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4, Science Club
33 Football Manager 25 and
Home Room Officer are the or-
ganizations that can claim this
tall dark haired lad. Sonny is
known as one of the better dress-
ed Senior boys. He has made
a motion that over-stuffed chairs
be put in study hall for the stu-
Paul Binder Paul
Football 3, VVrestling 13 Hi-Y
3 were I'aul's activities. You
could always count on a good
time when Paul was around.
Richard Boswell Dick
One of the more handsome boys
in the Senior class, Dick is easily
recognized by his short blond
hair and his athletic ability.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1,
VVrestling 2, 31 Sr. Hi-Y 43 and
1, 2, 3 have been his
John Braden .lohnny
Besides jr. Hi-Y 2 and Sr. Hi-Y
3, 4, johnny played basketball
in his sophomore year. He says
he likes girls and a good time,
and this must be true since wher-
ever you find johnny you find
plenty of both.
Richard Brenner Dick
Dick has taken part in: S.l'.Q.R.
Club 1, 21 Science Club 3, His-
tory Club 2, 3, 4-Ufhcer 3, 41
Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4-Ofhcer 45 Band
1, 2, 3, 4-Officer 33 Home Room
Officer 3, 4, Student Council 3,
4-Othcer 45 Student Patrol 3, 43
May Day lg Olympus Staff 3, 4.
Floyd Brock Floyd
F.F..'X. 1, 2: History Club 2, 3,
4: Sr. Hi-Y 3, 43 and Track 1
all can claim Floyd as a member.
He says he likes blonds and bru-
nettes, that doesn't leave much
for dislikes, does it?
Donald Brown Don
At any athletic event you'll find
Don. If a contest were held to
select the perfect sports' fan, this
tall.lad would be our nominee.
Besides sports, Don was inter-
ested in Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4 and the
Student Patrol 4.
William Brookman Bill
Comme rci al
Inseparable, Bill and his jeep
have become a tradition around
Trinity. Besides running an air
taxi company, Bill has been in
the Senior Hi-Y for two years.
He was on the hall patrol in his
Senior year and a Home Room
Officer in his Sophomore year.
Mary Burnette Chicken
Teaching would be a good pro-
fession for Mary since talking to
people and helping them is ber
chief interest. Mary was on the
Hiller Staff her junior year, and
as you probably know she has
written poems in her spare time.
John Branczek Jay Bee
Being one of the quiet seniors,
john is very well liked. Hunt-
ing and fishing seem to take most
of his leisure time. Studying
does not seem to be one of his
James Briggs Jim
lhe jr. H1-X 1, 21 Sr. lli-X 31
Baseball 2, 3, 43 and Football 1
have taken up some of jim's
extra time, The kind of a stu-
dent you will like to remember,
jim is always willing to help,
and his friendly smile is known
William Corbly Bill
Glenn Chambers Glenn
Aside from belonging to the
F.F.A. 1, 23 S.l'.Q.R. 2, 33 Sci-
ence Club 31 Football l. 22 and
Home Room Ulhcer l, Glenn is
interested in making money. He
is also an outstanding student.
Hettty Clemens Clem
Our prediction for this pleasant
lass is a large cattle ranch be-
cause among her many likes is
barbeques. She also likes bowl-
ing and tbelieve it or notl boys.
Her activities have been: F.H.A.
2, 33 Commercial Club 4. Peters
Township High School claimed
her for two years.
Marilyn Lea Burns Lea
One of the few quiet blonds,
Lea wins friends easily with her
pleasing personality. She likes
dancing, but doesn't care much
for homework. Lea has been a
member of History Club 2, 3, 4:
Commercial Club 3, 41 and Y-
Teens 2, 3, 4.
Thomas Carter Tom
This quiet senior was a Foot-
ball Manager his Sophomore
year and in the Science Club
his junior year. Tom is inter-
ested in swimming, mechanics,
and music. Could the music
mean piano playing, Tom?
Patricia Burns Patty
Stnall but mighty, this dark hair-
ed saxophonist is one of the few
members of our band who has
marched for four years. Un top
of all that she has been in the
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Nurses Club
3, 43 Go-To-College Club 3, 45
and llall Monitor 3, 4.
Donald Casio Don
Don went to Hickory High School
his Freshman year and then came
to Trinity. VVhile here he has
been in the Band 3, -I-3 Senior
Playq Visual lid. 2, 3, 43 and
Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4. Although it has
not always been so, movies are
now an important part of Trin-
ity. Don, as head of the Visual
Education Department, is respon-
sible for their showing.
William Cherokee Brytus Bill
Sports and dancing are Bill's
two main pastimes and we un-
derstand he does both very well.
Aside from these, the Hiller Staff
3, Home Room Oflicer 2, Sr. Hi-
Y 3, 4, and Band 1, 2 have been
Bill's interests. Homework is one
of the things Bill least likes to
Nancy Colosi Nan
NI1nCy l I easily beco e
arehxlt a'sma 'e
sit e o'in 'an se 'i A h r
ests d s lt . b on t e
H1 er m . Hs. She
al. k a l mginitor her
lap 'o y rs.
This tall brunette is a credit to
our class and it is a student like
her who helps to make our school
one of which we can be proud.
Y-Teens 39 Commercial Club 45
and OH'ice Girl 3 make up her
George Coughenour Coker
George, one of the good looking
lads at Trinity, has been an ac-
tive member of our band for
four years. He says he is deep-
ly interested in Saturdays, but
studying, he can either take or
leave-and he prefers the latter.
Bill didn't belong to any clubs
while he was at Trinity. VVhen
it came to getting into mischief
or trouble of any kind, Bill was
Geraldine Craig Gerry
Verv active 'n affairs of our
scho Q. ' . 1, Z, 3, 4-Ul'h-
ce , Y- s 3: lrchestra
l,, Q e om O 'cer 2:
t rses fltb 4' . er 4
u 1 erry is iked
H all r her easing person-
ality. Dancing is one of her
o 1 I. , i i Pla stu
d c l,l2. 1'-
Linda Crile Linda
F.H.A. 2 and Commercial Club
3, 4 take up some of the time
of this "easy-to-look at" brunette,
who is one of the prettiest com-
mercial students. Boys seem to he
a subject in which l.inda is both
interested and well informed.
Charles Darragh Chuck
Chuck likes baseball, girls, and
swimming, and he was a member
of the Sr. Hi-Y 4, History Club
2, 3,41 Student Patrol-tg S.l'.Q.R.
Club 1, 21 Science Club 3. He
has dark hair and dark eyes.
Ile is outstanding for one thing,
the fact that he has a knitted
skull cap for every day in the
week for school and two for
Betty Lou Davis Harry Davis Pele
It is always with a nile a
Betty Lou greets he o c ss-
mates. lt is a ,' ik 's
who rnak 1 . oo s f nd-
ly. Nia? J be n 4' e to
the rest t us. e 39 as 1 the
F.H..'X. l r tirs t o year: and
a Y-Teen girl her -lunior year.
Harry, one of our four year
F.F.A. boys, doesn't seem to care
much for studies, although wres-
tling seems to be his main in-
James Davis Jim
jim was a member of our Sci-
ence Club his junior year. Our
prediction is he will head a lost
and found department in a large
department store as hunting is
his main enjoyment.
Betty Donaldson Betty
Home Room Orhcer 2
of the few quiet girls
HC Il if Uilx, John Dubelle Herky
tj 'C Vocational General
F33-:Y 1. 2. 42 Kfbefffllf' Fflflll' He comes to school, he attends
43 Exhibit Team 33 Project
N'inner 3, 4: Calf Club 3, 4
are -lack activities. Ile has a
great fondness for being a Fu-
ture Farmer and be's done much
to make our Ag. Department the
John Durila Ape
john likes football and has a
great interest in agriculture. I-le
likes study hall, if he can talk.
This lad has blond hair and blue
eyes. He was an F.F.A. member
for four years.
classes: he goes home. And that
is about all the extent of Herkls
school life. Once in a while he
gets into an argument. His ac-
tivities weret Basketball 1, Z,
and Home Room Ol-Hcer 2.
Louise Earnest Peggy Lou
Louise is one of those calm, deep
thinking girls, seldom heard or
seen, but her pleasing person-
ality wins her many friends. She
belonged to F.H.A. 1, 25 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, and Y-'I'eens 1, 2,
F.H..'X. 1, 23 Commercial Club
l Z 3 4 nl
Donald Dillie Don
If you don't know Don, just ask
the nearest girl, she will surely
know! Don likes eating, sleep-
ing, and girls-And that's the
life if you can get it.
Spirit of 'l'rinitv 41 Student Coun-
3, 41 3-leens , , , gat
activities of Betty. She is one
class. She has a very sweet per-
sonality and her blue eyes and
smiling face are a great asset
cil Zgllome Room OH'icer 3, 4,
Y-Teens 2, 3, Commercial Club
3, -lg History Club 3, 4, May
Day 23 Otlice Girl 25 Olympus
3, 4, and Class Otticer 3 are
Helen's activities. 'l'bis blue-
eyed, blond-haired miss is the
editor of our yearbook. VVe know
it will be a big success.
Many things about Kenny seem
to be different from the average.
He is outstanding in his lessons,
as he is our Number One stu-
dent. He is also a rather quiet
boy in our class. Best of luck,
Kenny, in whatever profession
you choose. His activities in-
clude F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, and Hall
Thomas Ellis Tom
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4--Officer 3, 43
F.F.A. Band 2, 3, 4, Demonstra-
tion Team4, Band 1, 2, 3,45 Key-
stone Farmer 4, Hall Patrol 4,
junior and Senior Play: and
Home Room Officer 1, are Tom's
activities. As we gaze at these
we see, he is one of the most
kenneth Farabee Imp David Fattman Dave
jr. Hi-Y 1, 2: Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4,
Hiller Staff 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Ufli-
cer 1, and junior Play are the
activities of this tall, brown-eyed,
brown-haired fellow who is an-
other one who seems quiet. In
reality, he is continually mis-
chievous when fun is afoot.
Shirley Fielder Shirley Jo
Did you ever hear of a person
being compared to :1 Dynamo?
VVell, Shirley is just that. She
is quite a bit of restless energy.
Her activities include: Y-Teens
2, 31 Future Nurses 3g Go-To-
College 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4,
Monitor 3, 4.
Ethereal strains of music are
pouring from the stage! That is
what you will hear when Dave's
lingers are running over the 88
keys of the piano. You didn't
know he was going to be a
pianist, did you? He played in
our Band 1, 2, 3, 4, and was
in Mixed Chorus 1, 2.
Donald Franks Don
Don is one of those many fellows
who thinks all women-blond,
brunette or redhead-are quite
nice! We can see he gets along
with the opposite sex pretty well.
He took Ag. during his Sopho-
more and junior years.
interested boys in our F.F..-X.
F.H.A. 1, 2, Commercial Club 3,
43 History Club 3, 4, are the
activities of Lucy. This young
lady is one of the many energetic
girls in our class. Her lingers
have hovered so busily over
many typewriters. She will make
a grand secretary for some big
business firm some day.
John Eustis Jack
The first thought that comes to
one's mind when one sees "jack"
is, "Wonder what he'll do next.
Did you ever see him when he
wasn't teasing or tormenting
somebody? He belonged to the
Senior Hi-Y 3, 4.
Linda Frazee Pat Frazier Pat
Disposition and willingness to
lend a helping hand give her a
lasting place in the hearts of her
friends. She also has been active
in many clubs, including: Y-
Teens 1, 2, 3, 4-Ollicer 43 Latin
Club 2, 3, 4g Go-To-College 3,
45 F.H.A. 1, 23 Mixed Chorus
2, 3, May Day 1, 2, 3, 43 Olym-
pus Stalf 3, 45 Student Council
1, 3, 4-Officer 4.
James Fullick Jim
Approaching is heard the roar
of a racing motor. Drivers aban-
don their cars, honest burgers
rush for cyclone cellars, women
shriek hysterically. Pandemonium
reigns! It is not a bombing raid
but only jim in his Nash. He sure
has that thing souped up. He was
a member of the Hall Patrol 4.
Patty has red hair but th-at
doesn't mean she has a temper.
She has one of the most pleasant
smiles and personalities on Trin-
ity's campus. Pat was in Y-Teens
4, and Olympus Staff 4.
Shirley Gamble Punk
Punk is one who has certainly
been a great help to us during
her four years at Trinity. She
belonged to the Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,
4, and was also a Cheerleader
2, 3, 4. We remember the latter
most because she has surely done
her best. Punk is the best of
sports and has a sweet person-
Dolores Gniewkoski Dolores
This well-dressed young miss is
liked hy all those who know her.
She has a very quiet personality.
You would hardly know she is
around. She thinks that a certain
green Pontiac is real nice! She
belonged to our Y-Teens 1, 2, 4.
Charles Gradert Slim
junior Hi-Y 1, 2-Orlicer 2, Sr.
Hi-Y 3, +3 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin
Club 1, 23 Science Club-Ofhcer
1, are the activities of this fel-
low who thinks women are pretty
nice. His ambition is to make
easy money and he likes to have
a good time.
Constance Gorby Commie
This lively young miss likes danc-
ing, cokes, and green Plymouths,
and reading. She is a very neat
dresser and thinks conceited boys
and people who agitate are terri-
ble. She belonged to Y-Teens l,
2, 3, -l.
Jennie Lee Gray
This brown-eyed miss likes mu-
sic, swimming, and convertibles.
She attended Centerville High
School 1, 2, and belonged to the
Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, and Future
Shirley Greer Shirl
This brown-haired, brown-eyed
miss would be well satisfied if
she could sit down and listen to
the best Hillbilly music. She
thinks it is just wonderful. She
belonged to F.H.:X. 3, 4, and was
Paul Guidos John
Behold! Another one of our fun-
loving, wise-cracking classmates.
But with this fun, "john" likes
well-mannered people. He likes
school too. His activities include
the Latin Club 2, 3, -I-5 Hiller
Staff 3, and Hall Patrol 4.
Ralph Hagar Robert Hagar B011
You hardly know Ralph's around.
He is rather quiet. Ralph thinks
motorcycles are pretty nice but
he dislikes homework very much.
Can we blame him? His activi-
ties are the Science Club 35
Band 1, 2, 3, +5 and Senior Hi-
Robert Hamilton Queball
Queball is another one of those
fellows who is always looking
on the sunny side of the street,
making wise cracks out of any-
thing that might be said in class,
or, anywhere for that matter.
He belonged to Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club
3, Hi-Y 3, +3 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4
-Officer 3, are the activities of
this tall, dark and handsome lad.
Bob was a great help to us dur-
ing his four years as a football
Glenda enjoys skating, dancing,
and swimming. She doesn't like
to get up in the morning. Her
activities included the Y-Teensg
Library Club, and she went to
VVash Hi 1, 2, 3.
James Grimm Jim
This fellow likes football, base-
ball, and wrestling. He is always
ready to get into mischief. He
belonged to Student Council 1, 2.
Jeanne Hagar Jeanne
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, -4-3 Band 1, 2,
3, +3 Nurses Club 3, +5 Oflice
Girl 3, 43 junior Play, Student
Council 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4,
District Band 3, and State Band
3 are jeanne's activities. She
thinks that dancing is tops but
she doesn't like lectures. Wonder
Nancy Herschell Ree
Nancy has participated in Com-
mercial Club 3, -l-Q Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, 45 Hiller Staff 33 and Olym-
pus Staff 4. This young miss has
l'ed hair, but don't be misled be-
cause she is just as jolly and
good-natured as a girl can be.
Lee Hickman Lee
liating and carrying on long dis-
cussions are the favorites of
I.ee. He doesn't care for people
who don't state what they think.
He belonged to the following
cluhs: Hiller Staff 35 Mixed Cho-
rus 2, 3, +3 llall Patrol +5 Home
Patricia Harris Patty
X ri c
Edna Hewitt Eddie
Edna has been helping in the
cafeteria, too. She likes dancing
brown hair and brown eyes.
Wayne Hixenbaugh Hix
Track lg Mixed Chorus 3, -lg
and F.F..-X. 1 are the activities
of "Hix." He likes swimming
very much. He doesn't like study-
ing or homework. He would be
an exception if he didl
Y-Teensfll , 3, . l,
2g To 'cial' Q tu nt
Coun ', 5 Home O er
21 Hil r Staff 3, nd ed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 I re the activi-
ties of Patty. As we gaze upon
her countenance we can see a
serious, studious, and ambitious
girl. If we look into her heart,
we'll see that she is fun-loving
and very good-natured.
Robert Henry Bob
VVell, we have come to a lad
who is not afraid to let the girls
know he likes food! VVe hope
that he will Find a fair maiden
who will supply him with plenty
course, food. She has
Her llrovm-hair and eyes and her
fri ly dispcf ' n help to make
' 'ery popular. ' e has taken
7351? t s: Y-
Ll' ns 2, ,F ' fsher -tg lvmpus
'Cer , g ' rttati
I.ilwl'aria D' Day 13
Spirit of Pots , ixed Chorus
2, 3, -ln
hyllis Jean Houston Midge
Midge ' so :nies thought of as
a refi ge ' n "Gulliver's Trav-
s." ' he'd'p of the cheer-
eiy. h been an active
mberli lr ass: Y-Teens 1,
b 3, -I-g Student
Counci i Ho e Room Urhcer 2,
35 Cheerleader 2, 3, +3 May Day
2, -I-g Olympus Staff 3, +3 Com-
mercial Club -lg tlrlice Girl Z.
Ronald Hart Herman
The activities of this young fel-
low are: Ili-Y 1, 2, 3, 4-Utiicer
2, 3: Mixed Chorus l, Z, 3, 43
Olympus Staff 3, -lg Ag. Utlicer
3, +3 Home Room Othcer 2, 3, +3
Class Othcer 23 and Student
Council 2. He likes "Gals",
"Gals", and more "Gals." Can
you blame him? He also thinks
swimming is great fun.
Rose Ann Herrmann Rosie
This brown-haired, brown-eyed
miss has been helping to prepare
food in our cafeteria for quite
a few years. She must be a
pretty good cook, fellow, because
no one has gotten indigestion
Carol Horne Carrie
Carol stands close to six feet tall.
She loves horseback riding and
dancing. She was a member of
the Hiller Staff lter junior year
and a member of the Sr. Y-Teens
her junior and Senior years.
Shirley Howard Ticky
Shirley likes singing and danc-
ing. Her likes are many, her
dislikes few. She especially dis-
likes rainy and dreary days. She
played in the Band for two years.
An active student of Latin Club
for three years, Shirley is plan-
ning on becoming a nurse after
graduation. She has been a mem-
ber of the Future Nurses Club
her junior and Senior years.
Donald Hull Don
Don is a good looking fellow
with wavy hair and blue eyes.
He has played the snare drum
in the band for four years.
Lawrence Insana Larry
Larry, one of the best-dressed
and among the handsomest Sen-
ior boys, is working his way
through high school.
Norma came from VVash High
and we do not know much about
her. She attended ,Trinity two
months, then quit. She is happily
married and has a nice home in
Constance Jennings Jet
Constance likes dancing and
walking. Her favorite sport is
basketball. She was a member
of the F.H.A. her Sophomore
year. She does not like rainy
Virginia Kavolak Ginka
Virginia likes dancing and swim-
ming. She is an attractive bru-
nette with brown eyes. She was
a member of the Mixed Chorus
2, a member of Senior Y-Teens
4, anti a member oi junior Y-
Marjorie Joanne Knestrick
Margie-'s friends know her for
her gentle and quiet disposition.
Margie likes to travel. She was
a member of the Hiller Stall her
riscilla Kenimond Patty
David Johnson Dare Hazel Johnson Haz
Dave-'s pastime is traveling. May
his dreams of traveling all come
Opal Johnson Genevieve
Opal is one who likes summer
sports and dancing. She was a
member of the Home Ec. one
year and a member of the Y-
Teens for two years.
Priscilla came from VVest Beth-
lehem High School to 'l'rinity
during her Senior year. She likes
Trinity and has made many
friends. At VVest Bethlehem she
was class treasurer, a member
of the Girls Chorus, and the
Mixed Chorus. She took an ac-
tive part in the Home lic. Club.
Eleanor Kottner Ellie
Eleanor is perhaps the busiest
person in the Senior class. Her
activities prove she has been
mighty energetic: Class Utlicer 13
Home Room Otiicer 2, 3, 4-3 Stu-
dent Council 33 Otlicer of Latin
Club 3, +3 Oflicer of Librarians
-I-3 Urlice Girl 43 Go-To-College
3, 43 T-Club 2, 3, -l-Otiicer 3,43
May Day 1, 2, 3, -I-3 Olympus
Staff 3, 4.
Hazel likes letter writing and no
wonder for she is at very pretty
and neat writer. She likes swim-
ming and was Il member of the
junior Y-Teens, and the Home
Blue a d re he .vorite
co ht- has t n part in
th x ctivities' in Cub 2, 3,
-1-3 lo-'l'n- ' ege Cl b 3, +3
F.H.A.p 3 Mav Da l, 3, +3
' ,horns -l-, ' lub 3, +3
S ce C lb I ns 1, 2, 3,
-l-3 Demo s on Te. 23 Nurs-
es Club 3, 3 Home Room Officer
-l-3 Usher -l-.
Dolores Littleberry Dolly
Dolores has played in the band
for four years. She was a mem-
ber of the Future Nurses Club
her Alunior and Senior years. She
was a member of the Latin Club
her hrst three years.
Duane Locy Loco
Duane has dark and wavy hair.
His eyes are brown and he has
sparkling white teeth. His favor-
ite sport is baseball. He played
in the Band his last three years.
He played in the F.F.A. Band at
l'enn State during his junior
year. He belonged to the F.F.A.
his first three years. He also
played football his Senior year.
Michael Kudaroski Kute
Michael's hobbies are dancing
and swimming. He is planning
to go to college after graduation.
VVe all notice Mike's wavy hair
and blue eyes. He has taken part
in these activities: Student Coun-
cil lg Senior Hi-Y +3 Football
Manager 2, 33 Senior Playg May
Robert Leech Bob
Bob usually has a neat crew-cut.
He likes girls, cars, and food
and does very well with all of
them. He doesn't like to do home-
work. Bob has been in the band
for four years. As a junior and
Senior he was a member of Sen-
ior Hi-Y. In his Senior year
he was on Hall Patrol and Home
harles Locy Chuck
VVhen school is out this spring
we might find "Chuck" in Holly-
wood or some place - but that
just depends where Marilyn
Monroe is at that time. He thinks
she is pretty nice. He.also likes
Roller Skating and Swimming.
His activities are: Latin Club 1,
23 Science 33 Band 1, 2, 3, -lg
Howard Locy Howdy
Howard likes roller skating and
dancing. Some kids call him the
"lady killer of the Arena." He
dislikes being broke. He has
taken part in these activities:
F.F.A. 1, 2-Otlicer lg Football
John Lusk Jack
-lack is an ardent member of
the F.F.A. He also likes to dance.
He has belonged to the F.F.A.
Club for four years.
Albert Lyons Beanard
For some peculiar reason he likes
trouble and fun. He has played
the trumpet in the Band for four
years. Beanard would make some
girl a very nice "catch" for he
is quite handsome.
Richard Kuhlman Dick
Dick likes music, sports, travel,
and arts. He was a member of
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3g a member of Mixed
Chorus 3, 45 Football 33 Track
lg and Hall Patrol 4.
Gerald Lehmer Jerry
jerry was a member of the Sr.
Hi-Y his Senior year. He likes
to tell jokes and he also likes
girls. jerry is not very big in
size but he handles a mighty big
Eugene Lyle Ernie
Ernie likes music. He has played
the violin in the Orchestra for
four years. He has belonged to
the F.F.A. for four years.
Harold was a member of the
F.F.A. his Freshman and Soph-
omore years. He was a member
of the Tratlic Squad his Senior
Evelyn Mansfield Evie
Evelyn likes dancing and travel-
ing. She belonged to the F.H.A.
her Freshman year.
lva McCu ugh Elv
Elva has sparkling brown eyes
and brown hair. She likes to
write leters. Her activities are:
History Club 2, 3, -lg Latin Club
2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 23 Go-To-Col-
lege Club 2, 3, 4, Usher -1-Q Edi-
tor of Hiller 3.
William Mersky Bill
Hill likes baseball and golf. He
played baseball his last three
years. He was Home Room Otii-
cer and a member of the Hall
Patrol his Senior year.
Dolores says she likes sleeping
and money. She has belonged to
the Home Fc. Club her Fresh-
man and Sophomore years. She
was an Usher her Senior year,
and she belonged to the Future
Nurses Club her junior year.
Clara Lou McClure Susie
Clara has gone to Trinity three
years. Her Sophomore year she
went to Monongahela. She likes
dancing and clothes. Here are
her activities at Trinity: Y-Teens
1, 3, Senior Y-Teens -lg Com-
mercial Club 3, 43 Home EC. lg
Spirit of Personality.
Mary Ann McMurray Mary Ann
Mary Ann, a majorette I r un-
ior and! Senior7ye ., s
hair ,a d ' ' eyes
Sh i e Mix ' s
I st the y he also
elonged - e s for four
years. She vas in ay Day her
l Mary Jane McVay Janie
Mary jane likes dancing, driving,
ing, and swimming. Vllalton said,
"Learn to be quiet." Mary jane
Science Club 3.
has learned her lesson very well
for she is very quiet and well-
liked by her classmates. She cer-
tainly has not been idle: Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, +3 Orchestra 1, 2, History
Club 2, 3, 4-Oliicer 43 Go-'I'o-
College Club 3, -l-3 May Day lg
Hiller Staff 3, Olympus Staff +5
James Meek Jim
Jeanette Miles anie
jeanette is a autiful b nde
who is abo it feet, e' t inch-
es ta l, a she was p' ed to r xle
asyeen of ying' on ' Ii-
ity" ampus. er ct' ' a '
Flagtwirle 3 Hi r Club ,
-l-Ofiice " -T . 1, 2, ,
-Oliicer 4 ' ,lub 3, o-
To-College, m 3, 4- r 4,
May Day 1, 3, 43 Oly s Staff
3, 43 Class O er ' ixed Cho-
rus 2, 3, 4: 1 rirl +3 Home
Ec.1,2g juni r P yg May Queen
45 Future Nur. ' Club 3, 4-
Mildred Miller Moth
Mildred likes horses, dancing,
and cokes. She has brown hair
and blue eyes. Her activities
are: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Oliice
Girl 4, May Day 2, Hiller Stall'
jim likes girls and cars. He is
dark and handsome, but, not too
tall. He has brown eyes and
,, 135. '
Barbara McWilliams ,. Red
This energetic young lady, with
bright red hair, has become a
permanent fixture in 'l'rinity's
Hall of aine. Her activities are:
Y-Teens 2, 3, -l-3 Go-To-College
3, +5 Olympus Staff 3, +5 Senior
Play, Future Nurses Club -I-.
Harold Mehaffy Harry
Harold likes sports of all kinds.
Harold has belonged to the Hi-Y
Club for four years. He has be-
longed to the Latin Club his first
two years, and the Science Club
his junior year. He played foot-
ball bis last three years.
George Morrison Samuel
George, one of our honor stu-
dents, has brown hair and blue
eyesg he played a trumpet in the
Band 2, 3, 4. lle likes brunettes.
lie took part in: the junior Play,
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 41 Home Room
tlliieer 2, 3: Student Patrol 43
May Day 3.
Joann Mosier J - Juzi
One of .nn's stat c mpan-
0 d ring twall seas n was
ier ag.QSlie was a twirler
3, , i and 21 ' eens'1, 2,
3, thcer , Commercial
willy 3, 4-J cr 4, Home
oom Uflicer 2, 3, Student
bb Council 1, 3, ay Day l, 4.
Shirley Minnear Shirl
Shirley is a quiet girl who likes
homeless dogs. She also likes
to read good books.
Eugene Moninger Gene
You can always tell the new
styles or fads by watching Gene
to see what he will wear or do
next. He is very particular about
his brown hair and his laughing
eyes. Gene was a member of
the jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, and likes popu-
Norma Morrison Norm
Norma will be happy when she
has graduated. She says she likes
to sleep in late each morning.
Norma was in May Day lg Cafe-
teria Club I, 25 and Home Ee,
Club 1, 2,
Marlene Mounts Mar
VVith her cheering, Marlene has
helped win many of our games.
She has lovely brown hair and
brown eyes. Her activities: Hill-
er Staff 31 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4,
May Day lg Cheerleader 2, 3, 4.
Ralph was also one who didn't
join any clubs while he attended
Trinity. He is one of the quiet
type who never has much to do.
Good luck to you after you grad-
Louella Myers Lou
Lou already has her future de-
cided because she is married and
is going to be a homemaker. She
was a member of the F.H.A. 1,
23 junior Play, Y-Teens Ig and
Cafeteria Club 4.
Donald Minor Don
If there is any mischief going
on you will always Find Don
around. He likes football and
baseball: has brown hair and
snappy eyes. Don was a member
of the F.F..'X. l, 2, 3, 4.
Robert Morgan Bob
Bob was one of our football
stars. He was on the varsity 2,
3, -I-3 he likes to hunt and fish:
reminds you of the roving kind
with his brown hair and blue
eyes. He was a member of the
Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4-Officer 3, 4, and
also Home Room Ofhcer 2, 4.
Audrey Murray Poodle
Audrey likes poodle haircuts, has
brown hair and blue eyes. She
spends her time at the skating
rink and enjoys dancing. She
was a member of Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, 4, Go-To-College Club 3, 45
Future Nurses Club 3, 4, and
S.l'.Q.R. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Lilly Nixon Lil
Lilly Nixon is a very quiet girl
and is a very loyal student to
'lirinity in all the ways possible.
Trinity will certainly miss Lilly
after she is gone.
K' en O'l nnell Kathy
Kathy has pretty red hair and
brown eyes. Although she is
Irish, you won't tind the tradi-
tional temper to go with it. A
quiet miss, Kathy belonged to
the Y-Teens l, 2, 3. +3 Commer-
cial Club 3, 4. She likes to dance
Marilyn Jean Pallett Jenn
jean has dar' br y and
snap in b yn yes, likes to
big, ,oo time. She was a
me 1 er o Y-Teens 2:
Fil..-X. 1, and a Home Room
John Pettit Johnny
john likes girls and dancing. He
is always around when there is
anything going on. Ile was a
member of the F.F..-X. 1, 2, 3, 4
-Officer 23 and Senior lli-Y 4.
Laura Phillips Penny
l.aura went to Claysville High
School her Freshman year, and
to Trinity the remaining 3 years.
She says she likes butterscotch
sundaes. She was a member of
the Home Ee. Club 2 and Com-
mercial Club 3. 4.
Genevieve Paciorek Jenny
jenny is one f ' ir nga ed
girls, who likgq alwa J e or
sl . You w' 'n tappy
t 1 as a member
1 '- '-T ns 2, 3, +1 Com-
nercial Cluw 3, 14' s ry
Club 3, -lr. L-
William Pallett Bill
Bill and jean are twins. Bill
also has dark brown hair and
snappy brown eyes. He likes to
take things easy and to sleep in
Edward Phillips Flash
John Paluda John
You will very seldom hear john
make any noise, he is always
quiet, and says he is interested
in making money: likes cars and
Nancy Maxine Paul Nancy
If you hear someone speaking
to you and you can't see her, just
look down and you will see
Nancy. Blond hair and blue eyes
are a pretty combination for her.
She was an Usher-tg in May Day
1, Y-Teens 2, 3, +3 Latin Club
1, 21 G0-To-College Club 3, 43
History Club 3, 4, Future Nurs-
es Club 3, 43 and Senior Play.
She likes people, and dancing.
. s fry ace. She ' s a mem-
If you see a tall, blond-haired, -
smiling, blue-eyed boy coming
towards you, you'll know it's
Eddie. lie was a member of the
Sr. Hi-Y 4, and Latin Club 3.
He likes cars and girls.
Nancy h ll Nancy
'an.' li es ncing aid swim-
. She s rich b wn hair
d spar' g eyes d always
ber Y-'I' s 1, 2, -tg
Ho e EC. C 1 ,Zl Commercial
Cluw 3, 4: Oly us Staff 4: and
Ofhce Girl 2, 3.
Jacob Passo .lake
You'll always find jake with it
smile and a friendly word for
everyone. Ile likes any class
that doesn't assign home work.
He is a member of the Student
Barbara Ann Pettit Barb
' C I mercial
Barbzra " e 'rl.
t is s n and nor hear I '
t b owif ' c a smile
at u of na Lisa.
Agpeiqiie of Y ' ens l, 2,
3, , sie likesgiic and swim-
Keith likes VOD class and Study
Hall. Don't tell anyone but we
suspect he likes those two periods
because he can try to sleep. You
never hear him say much.
H e M ' Prowitt Hon
ou go into Murphy's on
Fri lay nights and Saturdays, you
will be sure to see Helen. She
likes horses, cats, and dogs.
Joseph M. Plymire Joe
If you hear a noise that sounds
like a tractor coming at top
speed, look out! It's joe. He has
changeable red hair and is al-
ways getting into trouble with
something or someone. joe was
a member of the F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,
+5 and Mixed Chorus 2, 3, -I-.
arley Ponzo Junior
Harley has snapping brown eyes
and is a happy-go-lucky boy who
likes to do whatever he takes a
notion to do. He likes to make
money and as an after-thought
he says he likes girls, too.
Keith Margan Lester Prigg Morgan
Morgan has bright red hair, and
he likes good food. He was a
member of the Band 1, 2, 3, 4:
and was Band Manager 3, 4.
Daniel Puskarich Danny
Danny is a tall boy with light
brown hair and is forever get-
ting into mischief. He seems to
have a knack for it.
John Ramsey Jack
jack was a member of the F.F.A.
1, Z, 3, 43 and Sr. Hi-Y 4. He
likes to eat and sleep. He has
blond hair and blue eyes, and
can always be found in his little
Joseph Rankin Joe
joe gives you the impression of
being a quiet lad, but don't be-
lieve it. He likes to farm, was
a member of the F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,
4-Officer 2, 43 Demonstration
Team -1-g and Exhibit Team 4.
Cary Polen Cary
If you ever wanted Cary at
noon, all you had to do was go
to the gym and look up near
the back and there he was. He
was a member of Visual Ed. 1,
2, Football 35 Sr. Hi-Y 3, +3
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
Patricia Powell Patty
Patty, with light brown hair and
brown eyes, likes good food,
swimming, and dancing. She
was a member of the Hiller Staff
35 May Day 2, 45 Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4g Usher 4, Future
Nurses Club 3, +3 Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, 45 Monitor 4: Student Coun-
cil 3, 4g Oiiice Girl +3 Senior
Mary Ramsey Mary
If y ant to know anything
abo 'this brow -haired green-
e e sk an Fnghsh
, M horus 1
flrehestf , 2, 33 History Club
y irl ju: : .
t er is
' e Y ' 2, 3,43 Latin Club
,2" ' dC C.2,3,41
'- ,"4,fGdo-To-College Club 3, 4-
f"' flicer 45 Future Nurses Club 3,
-lg Monitor 43 Hiller Staff 3.
Scotty class romeo who
s e lue eyes likes to
Q , ' Club ificer 3 ' -Class
. cr ' ' a t Counci '
Home Room Oflicer lg Baseball
3, 43 May Day 13 Olympus Staff
3, -1-g Senior Play. V
Scott Renner Scofiy
.' r J, ' J
s im nd 4 ce. He was a
f ' of iY1,2,3,-0-1
.- ce -
454' e 1, Stu - Y l 1,
Phyllis Richmond Plzyl
Phyllis, with light brown hair
and blue eyes, is a quiet girl
who likes to drive cars. She was
a member of the Home lic. Club
l, 23 Usher 41 Future Nurse:-
Club 33 Office Girl 4.
Charles Steve Roberts Sunny
Sonny has dark hair and dark
eyes: likes hot-rods and is for-
ever getting into somehody's hair.
John Sargent Newt
-Iohn is greatly interested in
sports. Football 2, 3, 41 Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2,
3, 43 and he likes to go hunting
and seems to have an uncon-
trollable appetite. He was a
member of the Hi-Y 3, 4. johnny
would be lost without a basket-
ball, football, or baseball near
Richard Shrontz Bugs
If you are ever in XVolfdale and
see a black Ford coming at you,
you know that is Bugs at the
wheel. He has been in the F.F.A.
1, 2, 3, 4: Demonstration Team
43 Band l, 2, 3, 4: State Band
3, -lg and May Day 4. He is
amazing to watch at that snare
'atricia Rinehart Pnl
You will always find Patty smil-
ing. She has short brown hair.
She was a member of the Home
Fc Clubl 2' Y-Teensl 2 3 4'
May Day 1, 2, Otiice Girl 3,
Commercial Club 3, 4, Home
Room Officer 2, 4: Student Coun-
cil Zg Nur,-ffs ' 3. ,
ll! , ll
Fern Roberts Fern
Fern has long brown hair and
sparkling brown eyes. She is
always neat, likes to dance and
swim and was a member of the
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 41 May Day 4.
g the band
each game. 'he
and likes ibles.
4. Vile can give june
thanks for helping to
our Year Book.
This very active and "easy to
get along with" little miss is a
member of the Y-Teens l, 2,
3, 45 Go-To-College Club 41
Science Club 31 Nurses Club 3:
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 2, Home Room
Officer 3, 45 Usher 43 Senior
Play, and May Day. VVe can
also boast of her being one of
our May Queen candidates.
Norman Sickles Sonny
Norman likes to live and have
a good time. He is a care-free
person who we find is very easy
to get along with. He has been
a member of the F.F..-X. l, 2, 3,
4. He doesn't like hot-rod drivers
and we've heard he's a pretty
good driver himself,
a member o me Y-Teens 3, 4:
Majorette 33 and Head Major-
Grace June Sanders June Bell
June likes dancing, cars, clothes,
and Monongahela. She was a
member of the Y-Teens l, 2, 3,
43 Oliice Girl 3, 41 Commercial
Club 3, 43 and the Olympus Staff
a vote of
l.loyd is the quiet sort of person
you saw standing in front of
Room ll this year. llc was ri
member of the Traffic Squad 43
Band 1, 2, 3, 41 and can proudly
say he was in the District Band
this year. Congratulations, Lloyd.
That is quite an accomplish-
Shirley Sanders .
.X I' oi nereial
VVe have e a girl w 1 . .' a
ver ii 1 ent i 1 er ircl
fin eft ia l le b onged
to the Conn cial Club 3, -l--
Ofiicer 43 X -Teens l, 2, 3, 43
History Club 41 l'sher 4g and
Olympus Staff 4.
1' ranklin Sobansky Frank
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 VVrestling 1,
23 and Home Room Orlicer his
Freshman and junior years were
Frank's activities. He quit school
before his course was completed.
Robert Stumpf Shot-Gun
Bob has played Basketball 2,
3. 4, and Baseball 4. He was in
the Hi-Y 3, 4. He likes French
fries and dancing, and if you've
noticed, he seems to get along
very well with the girls.
E Ralph Smiley Smiley
This lad likes farming, dancing,
and hitch-hiking. VVonder if he
has had quite a bit of experience
with the latter? He was in the
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, and we predict
a very bright future for him in
farming if he keeps up the good
John Smith Smitty
Smitty was very active in Foot-
ball Z, 3, 4. He likes girls and
doesn't care much for "stuck-up"
people. Girls! Smitty resides at
114 Elizabeth Street but we
weren't able to tind out his tele-
phone number for you.
Richard Sprowls Chicken
Chicken is more fun than a har-
rel of monkeys. He likes girls
and cars. He was active in Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, 43 Hiller Stat? 33 Hall
Patrol 45 and junior Play. When
there is merriment to he found,
there is Chicken too.
Beverly Swartzfeger Bel'
Bev was in the Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, 4, and on the Olympus Staff 4.
She likes music, traveling, and
convertibles. She resides at 106
Naser Avenue, and has light
Curtis Smit.h Jerry
Curtis likes all athletes, and was
a member of the F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,
4. If you ever need help or need
a friend just call on him. He is
Certainly a person who would
be right there!
Martha Smith Red
Pretty red hair! She hates to get
up early and doesn't like to he
teased. She was in the Y-Teens
1, 2. 3, 4, and Home Ec. 1, 2,
3, 4. She likes to eat and dance
and for some strange reason,
she likes xkvella.
George Tarbuck George Wilma Teegarden I ea ie
Commercial Co cial
George was engaged in Basket- Behold a girl v o i' . Cadil-
halll 3, 4, and a member of the lacs, boys, nt an . She was
History Club 2, 3. He likes girls, a member X Y 'eens 3, 43
and is a person who is very easy Hom E . ub . u could
to get along with. alw yn 1 he 'the - ond period
ru i the ii graph ma-
chin . ,
L! P '
Betty Jane Thomas Betty .lane up
Academic-Commercial , X
This pretty miss was in the jun- N ' 1 ' ,
im Playg May Day 1, 4. She L
also was in the Y-Teens l, 2, '
3, 43 Commercial Club 3, 4:
Go-To-College Club 3, 45 Ofiice
Girl 33 Usher 4g Home Room
Otlicer 1, 43 Olympus Staff 3, 43
Student Council 2, 3, Future
Nurses Club 3, 4. She was a
May Queen candidate.
VVahneita likes company and
doesn't like school or conceited
people. She lives at Dunn Sta-
tion and has brown hair.
Anna Mae Tolbert Jo
Anna likes chilli, dancing, and
boys. She has brown hair and
brown eyes. VVhere you hncl Lor-
etta, there is where you will find
Leona Vincek Lee
This high-stepper was at VVash-
High for Sth and 9th grades.
She was a member of the Y-
Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Camera Club
l, 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4:
Home Room Ollicer 33 Majorettc
3, 43 and Student Council 2.
She likes marching and shrimp.
Ruth Ann Wheeler Ruth
This girl is one in a million!
She likes school. She's traveled
greatly, too: VVashington High
School, VVest Alexander 2, 3:
and Trinity 4. She has been a
member of the Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,
4, and Usher 4.
Norma Williams Skeet
Norma likes dancing, swimming,
and eating. She has been a mem-
ber of the Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4:
Olympus Staff 4: Spirit of Beau-
ty. This pretty miss has beauti-
ful brown hair and very dark
Shirley Verner Sis
This tiny miss was on the Hillcr
Staff 3. VVhen Sis is around, the
atmosphere seems to tingle with
her presence and every thing
there comes to life.
Bernard T. Ward Bird Eye
Bird Eye likes girls and was a
members of the F.F.A. 1, 2. And
girls! I don't know his phone
number but his address is Box
137, VVest VVylie Avenue Ext.
Loretta Williams Sunny
Donald Warne Don
He proudly marched before our
hand as Drum Major 4. Other
activities: Uflicer of Class lg
junior Play, Senior Play: Olym-
pus Staff 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45
and Hi-Y l, Z, 3, 4. Don likes
food and marching,
James Waychoff Jim
jim is one of the many devils
in the Senior Class this year.
He is never satisfied unless he
is in some sort of mischief.
Loretta likes music, and spa-
ghetti. She has been active in
the F.H.A. 1, 23 Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4: and Hiller Staff 3. She
plays the piano for Mixed Cho-
Charles Willison Chuck
Chuck feels right at home with
a football. He played Football
2, 3, 4, and was a Home Room
Officer 1. This tall, handsome,
dark-haired lad lives in Lone
Pine. If you boys want to keep
up on the latest styles, just keep
your eye on Chuck.
James Watson Jim
jim wasn't active as far as being
a metnber of any clubs was con-
cerned. He was always very
quiet but a true friend in all
Dwaine likes most sports, music,
girls, and was a member of the
F.F.A. 1, and Science Club 3.
He doesn't like homework and
enjoys mixing things in chemis-
try lab class. You can always
tell when he is around because
of his deep voice.
Joseph Wonsettler Joe
We predict a bright future in
farming for joe. He has been
a member of the F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,
4-Officer 2, 33 Football 1, 23
May Day 2: Student Council 1.
He has gotten much recognition
for many of his projects.
.Iohn Zavatski .lohnny
Girls!!! johnny likes girls who
look sharp. But you will have
to ask his opinion on the require-
ments. johnny was a member of
the Hi-Y 3. He is a band leader,
WHOM WE HAVE
Donald Young Don
Don likes cars, girls, and food.
He doesn't care much for school
home work. He was a wrestler
1, 23 Hi-Y 4.
William Zlatrich Bill
Bill was so quiet that you never
knew that he was around. He
was one of the many loyal stu-
dents who will always say some-
thing good about Trinity.
Isaac Lewis Zeke-Ike
Isaac likes sports and dancing.
After graduation he would like
to join the Air Force. He was
on the Varsity Basketball Team
his junior and Senior years.
Margaret Barnett Marg
Although Marg was only with us
for this year, she has been a
welcome addition and faithful
member to our Senior Class.
Other schools she has attended
have been: West Alexander High
School 13 Claysville High School
23 and Centerville High School
Jack Elliott Lightning
Food is one of the favorites of
Lightning. This fellow is also
interested in all sports. He is
seldom heard or seen because he
is so quiet. He took agriculture
for four years.
Shirley Ford Pickles
F.H.A. 2g Librarian 33 Y-Teens
2, 3g are the activities of this
slim, well-dressed young miss.
She likes dancing and boys very
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
Now, as Seniors, we are looking forward to so inueli in our last year at Trinity.
Our social calendar is lilletl with events that will not only bring happiness, but also
will make Trinity a place a little tlillerent for us to leave.
Our Senior Dance, the "Autumn l"rolie", was quite a sueeess. lVe are now busy
making plans for our play, class day, and finally - Ciracluation.
YVe hate to leave Trinity after tive very pleasant years, but, we hope the Class
of l953 has made a "mark" at Trinity that leaves no question as to our love for our
school and all that it represents.
IC ollieers who are steering our course to graduation, and progress for the
YCZIF, 21I'C '
President ...... ...Earl Murphy
Vice-l'resident .... . . .Richard Gorby
Secretary ...... .... P Evelyn Olinger
Treasurer ......................................... - Xngreline Veltri
Advisors ...... Miss Jennie M. Ferralli. Mr. Charles M. McClelland
1. I ..g::.g::L .,,.
,, I 1
J 1oR ,
David R. Warner. President Dave
Football 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 33 Home Room Officer 2,
33 Class Officer 2, 33 May Day 2, 33
Student Council 2, 33 Hi-Y 33 History
Club 33 Officer 3.
Orville Varley, Vice President Pooclr
Latin Club I, 23 Hi-Y 1, 23 Football 1,
2, 33 Home Room Oflicer 2, 33 May
Day 2, 33 Class Officer 2, 33 Student
Council 1, 2, 3.
Barbara Hootman, Secretary Barbie
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 33
Future Nurses Club 33 May Day 13
Home Room Officer 23 Class Officer 33
Olympus StafT3 Program Seller3 junior
Play3 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Thr Cliatlfrbox. x 7
Thomas G. Hay easurer Tom
I 1' K, Academic
' Y Offer ' i-Y 42, 33 History
- l 3 Oly us S 33 Class Officer
, atin C b 1,12.
om, Tom, t e iprriv Son.
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
In the Fall of 1950, we, a class of 298 confused, but eager freshmen entered
Trinity High School. To get off to a flying start we held our first meeting and
elected the following officers:
Richard Martin, President Beverly Redinger, Secretary
Joanne Hayden, Vice-President Frances Adams, Treasurer
We chose Miss Myers and Mr. Allison for our class advisors.
The main event of the year was the Freshman Party which went over with a bang!
By our second year, we were more accustomed to the Ways and laws of Trinity.
As our officers We chose the following:
David Warner, President Joyce McWilliams, Secretary
Orville Varley, Vice-President Howard Morrison, Treasurer
The highlights of our Social Calendar were a Dance in the Spring, the Sopho-
more Party, and a Penny Carnival.
Returning as Juniors we walked the halls of Trinity with pride because we felt
we were really a part of the school.
Our activities were a dance after a football game, the Junior play, "All Ameri-
can Family", the class party, and the Prom in May. VVe received our class rings in
December. Our officers are:
David Warner, President Barbara Hootman, Secretary
Orville Varley, Vice-President Thomas Hayes, Treasurer
Sherman Ackerman Sherm
junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y
35 Home Room Officer 15 Foot-
ball 35 Latin Club 1, 25 junior
High Track 15 Olympus Staff 35
Wrestling l, 2, 3.
Bohhy Shafto1"x gum' to wa.
George Adams Goot
Basketball 15 Football 2, 3.
If fu.'i.vhfs 'LL'l'I'1' horsrs.
Margaret Anderson Peggy
flfway, lzirdr, I1M'Hj'.
Frances Adams Ookie Lou
F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35
Home Room Officer 15 F.H.A.
Officer 15 May Day 15 Hiller
Stall 35 junior Play 35 Student
This is ihz' fway Ihr Indiv: yu.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Bai, hal, romr undrr my hal..
Phoebe Anderson Feeb
Latin Club 1, 25 History Club 2,
35 May Day 15 Librarian 2, 35
Nurses' Club'35 Go-To-College
Club 35 Olympus Staff 35 junior
Y-Teens 2, 35 Mixed Chorus
Lifilr Polly Flimirrs.
Richard Anderson Kitty
junior Hi-Y 15 Sr. Band 2, 35
Intermediate Band 15 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3.
Ofwr thr fwairr and undrr Ihr
Frank Angott Frankie
Band l, 2, 35 junior lli Basket-
ball lg May Day l, 2.
fl liftlf fork .fparrofw .mt in ll Irr'r'.
Floyd Ankrom Fred Ankrom Sonny
F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Oflicer of F.F.A.
Ed. 2, 35 Exhibit Team 2. 2.
fl c'r1'Iain young farmfr of Jyr.
Football 15 F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Visual
:I fznvnrr fwfnl Irolling upon n
David Applegate Little Dude
Football 1, 2, 35 VVrestling 1, 25
Senior Hi'Y 3.
.45 high ar a rafllr.
Michael Ardeno Mike
VVrestling 1, 2, 3.
.lark lu' nimblr, lark hr quirk,
M. Gayle Briggs Gayle
jr. 1-'I eens 1, 2, 3.
lJr1Hy-rlnfwrl-dilly har mmf' lu tofwn.
Samuel Bruckner Sam
History Club 33 Olympus Staff
I mfw ll .whip n-sailing.
Margaret Calcutt Margie
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day 1, 23
Home Room Otlicer 3.
SI'l".l'llflL', Murgfrry Dafw.
Theodore Bober Ted
Taffy fwrzr a W,l'iJlIll1IIIl.
Catherine Braden Cathy
Y-Teens 2, 3: Otlicer 33 Latin
Club 1, 23 Home Room Otlicer
3, Go-To-College Club 33 Fu-
ture Nurses Club 33 Hiller Staff,
Olympus Staflg junior Play: Moy
Thr' hriyhl xilfurr moon.
Mary Jean Brice Jean
Home EC. 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, Or-
chestra 1, 2, 35 Home EC. Club
Lntly hirii, fully hirll, fly nfwny
Halden Bristor Jim
F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Visual Ed. 2.
Thr' firm ami Ihr unimrlz.
Mary Lou Cain Mamie
Home Economic Club 1, 23 May
Mary hail ll prrlfy hinl.
Patricia Caldwell Patty
Latin Club 1, 21 Go-To-College
Club 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,
Nurses Club 3. 1
illy Lady aciml.
Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3.
Thr IIIIIII in fhr' nmon.
Robert Breese Bob
Thr rofle tlolh rrnfic.
Lloyd Bricker Little Brick
Thr fux and Ihr fnrmrr.
Bring out Yhf rarriagr.
.4 man of fwnnl.r and not of drmlx.
Dorothy V. Barrett Skip
May Day lg Home Ec. Officer 1,
2, Student Council 1, 23 Home
Room Oflicer l, 23 Y-Teens 1,
2, 3, Olympus 3, Cheerleader
Old Lady ll'iml.
Y 46 5 .
Willis Baldwin Willie '
Visual Ed. 2, 35 Chair Commit-
tee 35 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Willie boy, ll'illi1' boy.
Julia Barale Julie
Y-Teens 23 History 3.
Litilr' Nanr, Iillimal.
Edward Bayer Ed
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Basketball, Visual
Ed. 2, 33 Exhibit Team 3.
Thr' ginnl Jim.
Shirley Ann Bayne Shirl Kenneth Bedillion Kenny
Home Ec. 2: Hiller Stall 3. May Day lg Home Room Olhcer
Thr' Voir is rrd, Ihr qfiolffs blur. 2'
Plny, play, r-'vr1'ydr1y.
June Beddow June Rose Ann Bednar Rose
Liitlf .llixr Mujfr-I. Y-Teens 1, 33 May Day l.
l.iI1l1' H11 Prffl.
1 V af
Irene Bird Rennie Patricia Bi d Pat
Home Economic Club 2. Tliix is Ihr fway lllr Indiv: yu.
Onrr I .vafw II lilllr bird.
Snail, snail, mmf' out of your hola.
Paul Checonsky Junior
Denho High - Detroit - Swim
Cluhg Tennis Cluh - East Beth.
Helen Clark Hedy
Fr. F.H.A.g Soph. F.H.A.g Hiller
SFLUIUI, 5'ZL'!Ill, 01'I'l' fllf' 5c"l1.
Guy Conklin Doris Dawn Conner Dede
Future Farmer of America 1, 2, Y-Teens 23 Orchestra 1, 2,
3. F.H.A. 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3.
Bad litllr mruquila. l'fuf .wfn you fwhrrr you nrfvrr fwax.
Floyd Craft Richard Craft. Dick
F.F.:X. 1, 21 Claysville 1.
Wlmf: tlzr aww: of tar day?
F.F.A. Exhibit Team, F.F.A.
Officer 1, 2, 33 Football 2, 33
Wrestling 3, Senior Hi-Y 33
Home Room Ofhcer 3.
Polly, Dolly, Kala, arm' lllolly.
Eileen Cramer Eileen
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Home EC. Club
1, 2, May Day 21 Mixed Chorus
Thr' fair maitl fwlzo, tllf fri! of
F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 VVrestling 2, 3.
You .rlzall llafur an apfflr.
Band 1, 2, 3.
Was l"'Ufl' .fufh naisr and clamor!
Walter Chester Bus
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, junior Play 3.
Farmar in lllf' Dale:
James Coen Jim
Thr giant Jim.
Patricia Crawford Pnl William Crispin Bill
F.H..-X. 1. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Pil, pal fwfll a-Jay. Billy, Billy, romr' and play.
Willard Curry Willie Roger Dague
F.F.A. 1, 2, 31 Senior Hi-Y 31
Football 2, 3: Home Room Olli-
cer I, 35 Student Council 33
VVrestling I, 2, 3.
Football l, 2, 3: Baseball 1, Z,
Old King lfnlr.
If fwixhm fzcrrr horxrx.
Shirley Dague Norma Jane Dahl Janie
F.l-IA. lg Librarian 2, 35 Y- illrrryarwlllr hrllx.
Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day 2.
I.illlr Quvrll Pippin.
Nancy Danley Nan
Litrlr girl, Iittlr girl, fwhrrr lmiw'
Joanne Davidson Jo
jr. Y-Teens 33 Ollice Girl 3.
Litilr Brllr Bond.
David Day Spark
Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Student Council 2g
Latin Club l, 2.
Onrr I xnfw ll liitlf bird.
Donald Davidson Huckle
lf, iff, and audi.
Margaret Davis Peggy
Pry, Prg, 4.L'lflI Il uontlnz lrg.
Monty Denman Bones
.-I frog ln' fncnuld a-'warming go.
Gui Desmond Guy
Secretary in Eighth Gradeg Home
Room Ofiicer 1, 2, Varsity Base-
hall 2, 3.
.-I yilfvfl' rup '7.L'ifll nnnu' ullon it.
Jeanie Ileyell Hon
F,H.A. 1, 2.
jfllllfl' ronu' Iii' my I'l'll'L'!I1.
Eli ni ie ,wk Eli
LM ' General
Vis,Q d. 2, 33 Senior Hi-Y 35
ju ' i-Y 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 35
Mi ed Chorus 1, 2.
Sin!! lifllr' rollin, Jfnfl.
Phyllis Doak Phyl Mary E. Dubina Mickey
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Future Nurses
Cluh 31 Latin Cluhg Go-'1'o-Col-
jr. Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Mixed Cho-
rus 2, 33 Flag Twirler 3g Home
Room Ofiicer 2.
Ding, Dong, Dnrrrmu. .llnry Ima' ll prffly bird.
James Dunn Jim
Junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Senior Hi-Y
33 Latin Club lg VVrestling 3.
Uh! ll,lI0 ir .rn merry!
Patricia S. Ilubina Pat
junior Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Hiller
Staff 3, Home Room Oihcer 1,
23 Student Council lg Home Ec.
Nancy Ealy Red
Mary Ann Edens Tex
Y-Teens l, 2, 3: May Day 21 Y-Teens 1, Z3 Monitor 2.
F-H-fx 1- 2- Litllr Polly Flll!ItfI'I'J.
Joe Desmond Joe
Band 1, Z, 3, May Day 1, 2.
Uh, flmf I 'wax "LL'fH'l'I' I fwuultl br.
Kenneth Dicks Kenny
VVrestling 2, 3, Band lg Foot-
hall Manager 3.
I limi II lilllr llilxllnmi.
Beverly Doak Bev
jr. Y-Teens 1, 2, Usher in jun-
ior Play 3g Future Nurses Cluh
llvy, nnil killrnx, my kilirnf
Phyllis Anne Elliott Phil
Majorette 2, 31 Y-Teens 1, 2, 31
Latin Club 1, 23 Go-To-College
Club 31 Monitor 31 Future Nurs-
es Club 31 Usher Sprin F ' al
1 2 f JMU '
, . r
Ying Il .rang of .fj.uffr511'r'. '
A rw u Uyw
. 'i clfw ' 'K
Marilyn Eustis Mar
Go-To-College Club 31 Future
Nurses Club 31 Y-Teens 2, 31
Latin Club 3: Program seller 31
Mixed Chorus 2, 31 Monitor 31
junior Play 3.
I fwi.fl11'.f fivrrr' ll0l'.Yl'f
George Failinger Eugene
junior Hi-Y 1, 21 F.F.A. 1, 2.
Dirkury, Dirifnry, Dark.
Fred Engle Windy
F.F.A. 1, 2, 31 judging Team 21
Exhibit Team 21 Senior Hi-Y 31
Sheep Club 1, 2, 3.
Thr fox am! Ihr farmrr.
Karl Evans Babe
Ding Dong Brll.
Mary Jean Ferralli
Home Ec. 11 Hiller Staff 31 jun-
ior Y-Teens 1, 2.
Mary, rllary, quilf ronlrary.
Pearl Fisher Babe
Y-Teens 1, 2.
Daffy Down Dilly.
Edwin Frederick Ed
junior Hi-Y 1, 2.
Ba Bn Blark Shrrp.
Harold Fullerton Herk
Home Room Officer 31 Football
Manager 1, 2, 31 Basketball
Manager 1, 21 Baseball Man-
Ronald Fonner Ron
Band 2, 31 May Day 2.
Lifrlr' Boy Blur.
Dean Fridley Dean
F.F.A. 2, 3.
Eunice Gallagher Babe
Y-Teens 1, 2, 31 May Day lg
S.P.Q.R. Club 1, 21 Go-To-Cob
lege Club 31 Future Nurses Club
31 Hiller Staff 31 Monitor 21
Home Room Orlicer 11 Student
Council 11 May Day lg Program
llry Ditftllr Dititflr.
Hi-Y 1, 2, 31 Home Room Oth-
James G reco
Football I, 2.
Lois Hallywj Bugger
jf A, Academic
Y-Teen. f, 2, 31 History Club
2, 3, , 'cer 31 Go-To-College
Club 1 Home Room OH-icer 21
Future Nurses 31 Olympus Staff
31 Latin Club 31 Officer of Latin
Club 31 F.H.A. 2.
Tfwinklf, Tfwinklr, Lillie Star,
IVN' Willir l'l"ink11'.
Latin Club 1, 21 Football 31
Olympus Staff 31 Senior Hi-Y 3.
Ann Gersna Annie
Y-Teens 31 Home Room Officer
l!'inkum, Hlankum, aml Nod.
Charles Gilmore Chuckie
Visual Ed. Club 2, 31 junior Hi-
Y 1, 2, 31 Track I1 Baseball
Billie Ann Gray Billie
Latin Club 2, 31 Y-Teens 21
Monitor 21 junior Play 31 Mixed
Chorus 2, 31 Centerville 1.
little Bo Prrll.
Y-Teens 21 Mixed Chorus 1, 2,
31 May Day 21 Home Room
Cry Baby Cry.
Ronald Grant Foss
John Greenlee .lack .
F.F.A.1 Senior Hi-Y.
.lark Br Nimblr.
Mary Guzel Babe
Y-Teens 2, 31 Future Nurses 31
Latin Club 1, 2, 31 Go-To-Cob
lege Club 31 Monitor 31 Program
Xllnry lim! Il liltlr' Iamll.
Band 31 F.F.A. 1, 2, 31 Home
Room Officer 1.
Little To m my T1ll'kl'I'.
Kathryn Hampson Kale
junior Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
Our, tfwo, llurklr my .vl1of.
Hope Harris Hopeless
Y-Teens 1: Home Room Oflicer
.rl ilillrr, n ilollnr.
Nancy Harvey Nan
Usher 3: Y-Teens 1.
SN-.fr1fLL' lllargnry Daluz
William Hanna Bill
Barbara Hartzell Barb
Y-Teens l, 2, 33 Home Room
Ollicer I. 1 ' .
Pusry ral, puny ral.
cf ' '
1 ,Lee f
s J 11,00
Evalyn Hatfield '
Y Teens 1 2 P ky . L K' ,.---2'i: i
'V i a fi
I 'N A
' - . . 3- I A
Ernlr, .llffn ', .l inf ", Rflzyc! "
! Z, 'V A --1. .1
X2 i f L I f
Joanne Hayden Jo Richard Headley Dick
Y-Teens 1, 2, 31 Home Room History Club 2, 3: VVrestling 3.
Ofllcei Class Oflicefi Cheeflead' Mastrr of all 1na.r1r'rs.
f'- ery junior Play Committee.
.ilu L' i .ea Lllllr illlu llluffrll.
- x- Donald Heist Duckey Eileen Henry lkc
Wi General Commercial
Visual Ed. Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Home Room
.lllmlian and Magic Lamp. Ulhcff lv 33 Mai' DUB' 2'
X Rachel Harron Rach Wayne Hewitt Wayne
Go-To-College Clulwg Home Ee. F!Il'IlH'l' in Ihr dalr.
33 Y-Teens 3: Future Nurses
Thr fwifr of 11 farmrr.
1 CF 195
Thr 0141 Ilfonmn in Ihr Shar.
Joann Marie Hudak Blondie
F.H.A. 1, 23 Y-Teens 2.
.-Iliff' in lVomlfrlaml.
5 Marolyn Hufford Mimi
' " 'E Commercial
Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
mf- Cm and Thi' Ffddlf.
Summers Hunter Margaret Hurzon Slick
junior Play 3. 'I'-Club 13 May Day lg Orlicer
,1ml,,BUJ,Bju,,. l, 23 Olympus Ad Staff 1, 3:
Usher for junior Play.
Um' of lflr' lflrfz' lifllf' kifl1'IIJ.
Paul Ireland Irish James Irey Jim
Tm- 1.inl,- Tm Sulrlirr. Sflldwf Council 1-
Kingf Millar and Goldrn Tuurh.
Karol Jacobs Curler Emma Louise Johns Emma
Band 1, 2, 3. F.l-LA. l.
Thr' Pfrrl Pipfr. .rl Jillwr, ll dollar.
Phyllis Holmes Phyl
'I'-Club 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33
Cheerleader 2, 33 May Day 2.
0111 Mullin' llulzlzanl.
JoAnn Huffman Dee
Nurses Clulm 3.
.-f , .
Run' Rlul. L.,,"'.Y?""' Zig
L! I sC,'L,,,m
Home lic. Clulwg Bandg Y-Teens.
. m: Us
Barbara Johnson Shirley Johnson Shirl
Home Ec. 1, 25 Mixed Chorus
2, 3g Y-Teens 1, 25 May Day lg
Home Room Ol'hcer I, 33 Home
Ec. Demonstration Team 2.
Thrrr' 'war II litllr girl in our
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3: Senior Hi-Y 3.
Bah, had II lilllr job.
Robert Johnston Shirley Jordan Shirl
Y-Teens 1, 33 Mixed Chorus 35
Future Nurses Club 3.
John Julos Johnny Nancy Keenan Nance
Thr Tnlr of Ihr Dfwarf. Y-Teens 2, 3: May Day 2.
Lilllr Bo Prrp.
Thomas Kelly Tom
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3g Olympus Staff 3.
Thr Farmrr in fhr Dalr.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 F.H.A. lg Stu-
dent Council I, 33 T-Club 3:
Mixed Chorus 2, 3.
Lililz' Rfd Riding Ilvod.
Joan Kiskadden Jo
Thr Liltlr Kitlfn.
Joan Kern Jo
jr. Y-Teens 33 Hiller Staffg May
Thr First Lady.
Roy Kinder T-Bone
F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 Band 35 Orches-
tra l, 2, 3.
Thr' Farmrr in Ihr Dalr.
Lois Jean Kle V' fdjc Jean
U: r ln' lay 3.
Th aughi Prim'z'.r.f.
Ronald Lenthall Ron
jr. Hi-Y lg Home Room Otlicer
lg Visual Ed. 2.
Liltlr girl, lilllr girl, fwlzrrr llllflll'
Bill Levers Little Bill
Latin Club 1, Z3 jr. Hi-Y 1, 2:
Oflicer 23 Sr. Hi-Y 33 Home
Room Otlicer l, 23 Band 1, 23
Football 31 History Club 33 Stu-
dent Council 2.
Wrr' Ifl'ilIir Winkir.
Jameela Long Jimmie
Future Homemakers of Americag
Lafvrmlrr blur' and R0.l!'NI!U'j,'
Barbara Knestrick Nalty Michael Kolycheck Sonny
, , e'1Yiic , - General
Y-T ens 1, 2, 36M Club V Sr. Hi-Y 3: Football 3.
G0 0'C l 9 Uh 3' ' Liltlr Boy Blur.
er ' 2' nt Qu -1
May ILE? 1. cj
Robert Korowicki Luck Frances Kulla Fran
Rzunprlrtillxkin. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Home Room
Officer 1, 2, 35 May Day lg
T-Club 31 Librarian 1, 23 Home
EC. Club l.
Lilllr' Min llluffril.
Beatrice Lahosky Bebe John Ledger Johnnie
Y-Teens 2, 35 Home Room Ol'l'i- Band and Orchestra 1, Z, 3.
cer 1, 35 F.H.A. 1, 25 Mixed My S,,,,, j,,1,,,,
Chorus 1, 2, 33 May Day 1, 2.
Tllr Laughing Prinrr.v.f.
Philip Levato Phil
Senior Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra
for May Day 1, 2.
Thr rats fliiflll out to sfrrnrillr.
Mildred Littleberry Milly
Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Go-To-Cob
lege Club 33 Monitor 2, 3.
Oh, fwho is .ro mfrry!
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus
Smiling girls, roxy boys.
Edith Lyons Edin
Y-Teens: Home lic.: History
Clulag 'l'-Cluhg Home Room Oili-
cerg Student Council.
In marhlr hallr as fwhifr as milk.
Marie Maloy Sis
Y-Teens 2: May Day lg Home
Iac. Cluh 1.
Thr Bright Silwrr Moon.
Richard Martin Dick
May Day 13 Home Room Oflicer
l, 2, 31 Class Oihcer lg Hi-Y
1, 2, 33 F.F.A. Officer 1, 2.
Bring ou! Ihr mrriagr.
Hr Ihat fwlllliti Ihriwr, mu.fl riff
Betty Marra Elmer C
Y-Teens 31 May Day 1.
Lilllr Brlty Blur fort hrr hnlirlay
Shirley Martin Sam iii
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 31 Home Room Officer lg
Latin Clulw 1, 25 Go-To-College
33 May Day 1.
If -'wi,rh1'.r fwrrr hur.fr.v.
Dorothy Mayne Dolly Wilma Mayne Wimpy
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens Y Te ' , l.i " an 25 Mixed
Thr man in rhf moon. Tn aWp'1r 1 rl.
Janet Mazzie Mazie .Ioann McClay .lo
F.H.A. 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, Y-Teens I, 2, 31 Mixed Chorus
2, 33 Home Room Officer 13 l, 2, 33 'I'-Club 33 Student Coun-
Y-Teens 2. cil. -
Thrrf fwzzx II girl in our lufwu. If'nJn'I il fullnyf'
Richard McClay Dick Jean McCloud Jeanie
Senior Hand 1, 2, 3g junior Play F.H.A. 1, 21 Y-Teens 3.
L ' ' i Jramzir, fllllll' Iii' my 1'I'lI1'Ilf.
Greenhand Chapter Oflicer: F.
FA. 1: Basketball jr. Hi. 1.
Litlif' Boy Blur, rolnf lllufw your
1 OF 195
Jean McCollum Jeanie
F.H.A. 1, 25 Latin Club 2, 33
Olympus Staff 3g May Day 1.
:ln npplf pie, 'LL'llI'lI il looks nite.
Mary .Io McWreath Gary Mo
Mixed Chorus l, Z, 33 Y-Teena
1, 2, 33 May Day 21 Olympus
Staff 33 Go-To-College Club 33
S.l'.Q.R. 2, 31 Future Nurses
Club 35 jr. Play 3g Program
Seller 33 Monitor 3.
lllrrry arr lln' lwllr.
Vivian H. Mihalovieh Mimi
lliller Staff 33 Student Council
lg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3.
Bobby Sllaffofs gone Io sm.
Thomas Miller Tom
Tllrrr fwai Il jolly millrr.
Home Ec. 1, 2.
Sing, Jing, fwlml .vlzall I ring?
Shelby Mc ve Shelly
Y-' ' .' , ixed Chorus
..l ' 2,3:T-
,gvojfflr lin uffrl.
James McConnell Jessie
jr. High Track.
Ilfhrn I fwas a litllr boy.
Frances McKean Frankie
journalism: Future Nurses Club.
Thr ron' is rnl, the lviulrfs blur.
Joyce McWilliams Pug
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Latin 1, 23
Go-To-College Club 33 May Day
1, 25 Class Orlicer 23 Home
Room Officer 33 Student Council
3g Monitor 23 Substitute Cheer-
leader 2, 3.
Thr' fail' maid.
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
George Miles George
Olympus Staff 35 F.F.A. 1, 2, 33
Calf Club 33 Sr. Hi-Y 33 judg-
ing Team 2.
Farnxfr in flu' Dalr.
Ag. 1, 23 Football 2, 3.
lVlm .flulf flu' biril',r nut?
Howard Morrison Howdy
jr. Ili-Y l, 23 Sr. lli-Y 33 Vis.
lid. 2, 33 S.l'.Q.R. I, 23 junior
Play 33 Olympus Staff 33 Bas-
kctlwall 13 Home Room 0H'ic'c1' 2.
Uh, "lL'!l1l ix .vo lllI'l'I'-V!
171 Irll you Il .ffnl'y.
Samuel Oliverio Sam
lrlistory Clulv 3 33 l,atin Clulw 2,
33 Basketball 3.
.ll11lfiplir11tio11 ix fz'1'x11l1o11.
X . :,, v- ' ' i
, v ' ii A R Q
Glenn Morrow Tubhy
jr. Hi-Y 1, 23 Band 2, 33 junior
Play 33 S.P.Q.R. l.
l,ilfl1' Boy Blur, Fflllll' blofw your
Margaret Newlyn Joa11
I .i General
F.H.A. l.,3'iYQ'l'eens 3.
T,lI'l'5' 3u11'.r II' fifth' yirl.
x, ,P L'
liernadetta Orbin Bernie
Girlx 111111 l1oy.f Kllflll' 1111! In pluy.
Dorothy Ann Paige Dolly Clifford Pallett Pete
Majorette 33 Home Room Oflicer Play, play ffvrry lllly.
2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33
Y5I'eens l, 2, 33 Hiller Staff 33
May Day 23 T-Cluli 3.
This 11 fill' fway Ihr l11tI'i1'.r 1111.
William Parkinson Bill Angeline Patterson Angie
Football l, 2, 33 Basketball 1,
2, 33 Baseball 2, 3.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 S.l'.Q.R. flulm
1,23 May Day 13 Orcliestra 3.
If you Ill'I' In 111' ll 111'11ll1'1111111. If'Ul'l'-1' lady in Il1i.r land.
Donald Patterson Don
Ruby Jean Patterson Jen
C'11111' me-11111 jftllllfl' 1'11ll1'11. Home lic. 13 Y-Teen 3.
D11111'r Iilflr lzally, 11111111 Ilff high.
Cora Lee Renner Cork
Y-Teens I, 2, 35 T-Club 35
Home Room Orlicer 2, 35 Student
Council 35 Monitor 25 Go-'l'o-
i College Club 35 Majorette 2, 35
Head Maj0rette5 Librarian 3.
,Thrrf 'wax ll girl in our tofwn.
I Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 T-Club 3.
lTllat lilllr babr you rrrall.
QDorothy Ritter Nink
' Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Home Room
I Officer 1.
,lf all tllr fworltl 'LUI'l'I' fwatrr.
Jane Lorraine Reynard Janie
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35
Cafeteria 2, 35 May Day 2.
Oli! .rho is so mrrry.
Richard Riggle Dick
Band 1, 2, 3.
Rollin and Rirlzard 'worn tfwo pretty
Richard Roberts Dick
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
Thrrr was a man 'who rode
througll our tofwn.
Camera Club5 F.F.A. 25 Am-
bridge High 1, 2.
Ilr that fwoultl thri-vr, mutt rin'
Charles Polen Speedy
Track Team 1.
llfhal God nffvrr srrx.
John Preston Johnny
Sr. Hi-Y 35 Football 35 Wash
Hi 1, 25 Camera Club 25 Basket-
For ffvrry 1'-vil undrr Ihr Jun.
Myrna Loy Paul Proxy
Wrm' your hat.
Suzanne Fosgate Suzie
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 2.
.4 prrlly liltlr girl in a round-rarml
Beverly Redinger Bev
Latin Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35
Go-To-College Club 35 May Day
1, 25 Substitute Majoretteg Hill-
er Staffg Student Council 15 Class
Officer 15 Home Room Officer 1.
I'fvr xrrn you fwhrrr you nffufr Lwas.
George Hicey Robinson George
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3.
1-I r1'rt11in young farmer.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day lg
F.H.A. lg Go-To-College Club
Ezffry day in lhir land.
Peggie-Jo Rush Peg
Y-Teens 33 Home Ec. Club 1.
April in all ity hlo.r.rom.r.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1,
25 Go-To-College Club 3g His-
tory Club 3: May Day 1.
Thr CIl!'h'00'.f lmnny hird.
Jacqueline Rubick Jackie
Y-Teens 1, 2, 31 Home Room
Officer 1, 2.
Handy spandy, Jarle-a-dandy.
Shirley Rush Shirl
Student Council lg Home Ec.
If, ifr, and ands.
Frances Salat Richard Salsbury Dick
Home Room Otiicer 1, 25 Y- Track 1.
Teens 2, 33 Mai' Day 1- 23 Thr' man fwilh .rf-fwfr wifvrr.
F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 Band 33 F.H.A.
Thr' far1n1'r'.r fwifr.
Kathryn Lea Sanders Katie William Schaffer Bill
Latin Club 1, 21 Go-To-College Band 1, 2, 3.
Club 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Future 11,,,,I,.l.
Nurses Club Officer 33 Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Thomas Scherich Tommy Bernard Scott igybdrii rnie
Football l, 2, 3: Basewall 1, 2,
33 VVre-stling lg Basketball 3.
Hi-Y 1, 23 F.F.:X. lg Chapter
F.F.A. 2, 3.
History Club 3g Student Council
lg Olympus Staff 33 F.F.A. 2, 31
Chorus lg Clairton High School.
May Day l.
Thr l"armrr in Ihr' lJr1lr'.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 31 Hiller Staff.
I.ittlf Min Mujfrl.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Home Ec. Club
23 Olympus Staff.
Betty Sprpw Ann
J! Vonw 'onal-Commercial
May Day lg Home Room Officer
2g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3-otha
Liltlr Rm! Cap.
Sally Seifert Silly
Y-Teens l, 2, 33 Nurses Club 31
F.H.A. 3: Monitor 2.
History Club 3.
History Club 35 Olympus 35
Band 2, 33 F.F.A. 2, 3g Basket-
ball 2, 31 Clairton junior High
Joann Swead loc
Home Room Ofhcerg May Day.
Snofw W Iliff.
Adesta Tarr Dusty
Y-Teen Club l, 2, 3.
Thr Sim' Wifr.
Emma Josephine Thomas
Sophie Tarbuck Sis
Comme rci al
Hiller Staff 39 Student Council
Thr Fairy Maidrn.
Home Ec. Club 1.
Thr Country lvlaidrn.
William Townsend Skip
junior Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.
lllaxlrr of all Mrulrrs.
Donald Turcke Don
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 25
Band 1, 2, 3.
Lilllr Boy Blur..
Y-Teens 1, Z, 33 Latin Club 1,
25 Go-To-College Club 35 Ma-
jorette 33 May Day 1, 2.
Pun in Boolx.
Jacqueline M. Vinisky
James Ulery Jimmy
Latin Cluh I, 23 History Cluh
2, 3: Band 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 3.
Thr boy fwlm nr-'url' fold a lir.
George William Vitteck Bill
Thr' Harrly Tin Suldirr.
Charles Wagers Chuck
John Ward Herk Shirley Walters
F.F.A. Greenhand Chapter 3. F.H..'X. 2.
Iron John. Lifflr' Rnd Riding Hood.
Donald Weaver Mickie James Weaver Jim
Thr Tin Solilirr. Hi-Y 35 Football 1, 2, 33 VVres-
tling 35 Home Room Ullicer.
Efnir, Mrrny, Minry, Mor.
Charles Whitehill Whiteowl Abner Whitfield
Basketball 2, 3. Tllr I.n.vl Boy.
Thr ll'i51' Ulu' Ufwl.
Mary Jane Wiles M. J. Charles Williams Chuckie
Hiller Staff 33 Editor 33 Y-Teens ,lllYli0I' Play: Cliiywllle High
1, 2, 33 Go-To-College Club 33 School 1.
Home EC. Club 1, 25 Demon- Clfiv,-,A H,,,,,1,,
stration Team 25 Olympus Staff
3: junior Play 3.
Liltlr Rmf Ilrrz.
.lay Winnett Carol Wootton
Band 33 Hi-Y 3: Home Room Go-To-College Club 3g Program
Oflicer 2. Seller 3.
Thr ffililfllllllll. Slrfping Bfauly.
THOSE EOR WHOM WE HAVE
Lilflr- Rnd Riding Hood. My lfrzrnrii frirml and nrigllbor.
James Gray Ralph McCartney
Lilllf Boy Blur. F-F--'X 1'
Olil' King Calf.
Edward Sienkiel Shuirg-Hi
Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2.
Rip Van lfinlalf.
Paul Hatfield, President
Herman Miklic. Vice-President
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
l Those high-stepping, peppy teen-agers you see skipping lightly and
quietly UD through Trinity's halls are the Sophomores. Our hopes
and aims are high, our past gay and our futures bright.
1 ln the Fall of 1951, as Freshmen, we organized and elected the
following class ofiicers:
President ........ ......... T ed Davis
Vice-President ..... Judy Kleppner
Secretary .... ........ ll larlene Koskey
Treasurer .... ............. A rla Hallden
Advisors .................................. Mr. Sedlak, Miss Kuzy
E. Allen, K. Antel, S. Auld, M. Barlow, W. Barnhart, L. Beatty, R. Beleastrn, M. Bissett,
D. Bredniak, R. Brewer, S. Brice, E. Briggs, j. Bristor, E. Bryson, j. Bungard, D. Burk,
C. Burns, C. Byers, E. Capenos, E. Chandler, M. Chandler, S. Clutter, P. Cooper, j. Cough-
enour, H. Cox, M. Crile, il. Crowe, D. Culbertson, P. Dean, S. Deyell, L. Donaldson,
B. Dorsey, D. Doty, F. Dragan, D. Duhall, D. Earnest, R. Elliott, P. Faiella, M. Ferralli,
B. Fonner, D. Foor, M. Fullick, joanne Gajarsky, joAnn Gajarsky, S. Garner, S. Golulvosky,
G. Grosley, B. Hagerty, A. Hallden, E. Hampe, S. Hancher, L. Harris, S. Harter, L. Heatley,
E. Hewitt, j. Hixenbaugh, j. Holmes, R. Huff, N. Huflord, K. johns, E. johnson, K. Kan-
zuis, Y. Kawha, j. Keener, M. Kelley, j. Keron, M. Kilgore, A. King, -I. Kleppner,
P. Klinzing, M. Koskey, P. Krocker, C. Krofcheck, M. Locy, S. Locy, M. Loughman, P. Lyons
l. Marra, D. McCarthy, D. McCauley, B. McClain, M. McKay, B. Miles, B. Miller, M.Moore:
E. Morris, C. Mosier, II. Mosier, R. Munchie, M. Newland, P. Newland, P. Nyswaner,
P. Parkinson, E. Phillips, M. Phillips, H. Plany, j. Razvoza, E. Reihner, M. Rhodes, E. Rich-
mond, S. Rinehart, A. Ritchey, E. Sampson, R. Saunders, P. Scarii, M. Scott, M. Sensky,
V. Shrontz, S. Sickles, M. Simpson, P. Six, S. Skariot, D. Snyder, M. Snyder, G. Special,
M. Spragg, S. Spragg, R. Stienstraw, D. Strawn, K. Strawn, F. Suhay, B. Taylor, S. Tennant,
B. Thomas, E. Thomas, M. Thomas, B. Varner, M. Walker, P. Watson, -I. Weaver,
C. Weirich, L. Wierny, S. VVilliams, L. Wise, L. Woods, D. Zimmers.
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Wifi Class of '55
Barbara Miles. Secretary
Marlene Koskey. Treasurer
During our Freshman year we had a class party and a round and
square dance on March 17, called "The Dance ot the Green."
ln September, 1952, we entered as Sophomores. :Xt our iirst class
meeting we elected the tollowing class otheers:
President .................................... ..... I 'aul Hatfield
Vice-President ...... Bill Miklie
Secretary ....... ......... I iarbara Miles
Treasurer ..... ......... M arlene Koskey
Advisors .................................. Mr. Sedlak, Miss Kuzy
lVe were fortunate to have the same class advisors as before. Dur-
ing the year we held a dance and the annual class party.
S. Ardeno, VV. Arnal, VV. Bane, S. Barale, R. Barbour, R. liaison, R. Berry, VV. liigler,
VV. Brewer, C. Brock, R. Bushmire, j. Calvert, R. Camp, G. Chadwick, F. Chase, A. Comfort,
F. Cox, F. Crites, M. Cummins, C. Dague, R. Davis, J. Day, l.. Day, N. Delsignore, P. Deyell,
T. Dickinson, F. Draheck, W. Dran, D. Dunn, H. Engel, N. Ferg, j. Ferguson, E. Foster,
W. Gallo, R. Garber, R. Grahan, j. Gregg, C. Grimm, E. Grimm, R. Gromo, j. Grose,
R. Guthrie, VV. Hair, R. Hale, A. Hartzell, D. Hatfield, P. Hatfield, D. Hathaway, li. llenry,
l'. Herron, R. Horne, P. Hoy, VV. Hutson, D. john, R. johnson, Robert Lee johnson, li. Kania,
A. Keirs, E. Kelley, B. Laight, T. Lehmer, R. Lemley, j. Lemons, F. Lesnoek, R. Lightner,
C. l.indley, W. Lindley, D. Lockwood, VV. Loey, A. Ludwich, C. Lyons, VV. Lyons, A. Mack,
ll. Mansfield, M. Markow, YV. Mayne, L. McAdams, M. McConnell, D. McCullough, D. Mc-
Dowell, R. MeGowen, W. McGowen, H. Miklic, N. Miles, L. Mitchell, D. Moore, VV. Morris,
R. Mounts, R. Mowl, lVlundell, A. Murray, L. Nichols, C. Oliverio, H. Paraska, R. Patter-
son, R. Patton, G. Paul, H. Phillips, R. Phillips, L. Redigan, Reese, R. Reese, C. Riggs,
-I. Ritchey, V. Roach, j. Roberts, R. Roche, l.. Rush, D. Salsberry, C. Sanders, j. Sanders,
j. Schnore, R. Scott, E. Sedenka, j. Shultz, T. Sickles, j. Smith, H. Smith, VV. Smith, .-X. Sny-
der, R. Sowers, A. Spossey, D. Sprowls, R. Stailord, S. Stanko, E. Stetson, li. Strawn, R.
Stumpf, B. Swart, j. Taggart, R. Taggart, R. Thomas, F. Thompson, R. Tiehnel, j. Verderber,
j. Verner, C. VVaycotf, L. VVhite, VV. VViley, S. VVilliams, D. VVilson, R. VVolfe, R. WVoolston,
E. VVooton, S. Zavatski.
FRESHMAN ci.Ass HISTORY
Three hundred and six freshman students entered Trin-
ity High School on September 2, 1952, to become the class
of "56". VVe received the usual lipstick initiation from the
ln the Fall we held an organization meeting and elected
the following oflicers:
President ....... ..... G eorge Robinson
Vice-President ..... Evelyn Poellet
Secretary .... .... ..... I J onna Walker
Treasurer ..., .............. K Tarla Weaver
Advisors ...................... Miss Foster, Mr. Syrek
To make money for our class, we sponsored two record
dances, one after the Trinity-Nlidland football game, and
one after the Trinity-Xvash Hi football game.
Our Freshman party is planned for biay.
VVe are looking forward eagerly to our Sophomore year
R. Ackley, VV. Adams, D. Ankrom, K. Barney, R. Bayer, VV. Belcher, G. Bell, VV. Bos-
well, F. Brach, YN. Bradbury, N. Buckland, J. Bungard, M. Burchak, D. Burgess, G. Burnette.
VV. Burnette, II. Byrd, VV. Caldwell, A. Camp, N. Carpenter, T. Carter, V. Carter, F. Cass,
J. Caster, L. Chandler, I.. Ciletti, R. Clemens, VV. Clutter, D. Coen, M. Comito, D. Cough-
enour, R. Cox, D. Crawford, P. Crile, T. Critchlield, J. Czmiel, O. Dague, D. DaRe, D. Day,
C. Devenney, E. Dobscha, D. Doidge, H. Doman, J. Dunn. VV. Eckeis, J. Evans, R. Evelsizer,
R. Farley, C. Faust, VV. Flowers, B. Fonner, Ii. Friend, J. George, Ii. Geory, VV. Gilmore,
C. Golubosky, C. Graham, R. Grayson, J. Green, R. Gregg, VV. Groitsch, C. Hague, D. Har-
rington, T. Harrington, R. Harton, C. Hathaway, S. Hazlett, J. Hemelrick, Gerald Hickman,
George Hickman, E. Hull, R. Hupp, H. Ivery, J. Jackson, R. Jones, D. Johnson, J. Jubas,
M. Kanotz, VV. Kark, A. Kasavich, L. Keenan, J. Kelly, D. Kiger, J. Knestrick, H. Laird,
R. Lindsay, T. Linton, H. Liston, R. Littleberry, T. Littleberry, J. Lougbman, G. Lowden,
G. Mancini, B. Mansfield, D. Martin, C. Mauer, J. McAdams, E. McCollum, K. McConnell,
I.. McCormick, D. McKay, J. McVay, R. Meek, A. Metzner, P. Midili, G. Mihalovich,
R. Mikuta, J. Miller, VV. Miller, A. Montgomery, W. Morgan, L. Morrison, D. Mosier,
J. Mowell, Noble, J. Pando, Ray Patterson, Roger Patterson, VV. Phillips, D. Pollard,
K. Ponzo, G. Postlethwait, D. Powell, T. Renz, VV. Renz, B. Richmond, C. Rinehart, G. Rob-
inson, T. Roberts, S. Romanotf, D. Ross, P. Roupe, R. Roupe, G. Rush, A. Saunders, E. Sear-
geant, VV. Selvaggi, L. Seibel, C. Sibert, J. Sickles, F. Smith, G. Sprowls, R. Stickle, R. Supler,
J. Tau, L. Tennant, D. Tenney, H. Thomas, M. Vinisky, G. Von Scio, J. VVade, D. VVard,
R. VVardle, L. Weaver, R. VVhite, VV. VVhittield, A. VVilson, D. VVilson, J. Wilson, R. Wilson,
R. Wright, C. Yates, G. Yerkey, J. Young, R. Zack, J. Zipko.
S. Abajace, E. Andrew, T. Angott, J. Ankron, E. Antel, C. Antill, D. Arent, B. Beck,
C. Bell, D. Bell, G. Bennet, B. Bennington, M. Bleifus, I. Braden, D. Breese, D. Brewer,
E. Brock, D. Bryner, D. Carpenter, B. Charlton, M. Christopher, VV. Christopher, L. Clemens,
M. Colosi, M. Comfort, J. Cook, V. Cooper, C. Cornetti, R. Coughenour, Carol Cox, Connie
Cox, Sue Cox, P. Czmiel, Dailey, S. Davis, C. Desmond, V. Deyell, M. Dille, D. Duvall,
S. Edgar, C. Fielder, R. Fields, B. Finch, L. Ford, J. Foster, C. Frazee, E. Freeman, D. Gaus,
J. Gibbons, C. Gray, E. Gray, L. Greer, J. Hackney, S. Hanam, R. Haney, R. Hardie,
J. Hart, J. Hathaway, B. Hayden, C. Hewitt, M. Hickman, B. Hogg, B. Howard, C. Hufford,
A. Hunter, S. Hurzon, D. Johnson, E. Johnson, S. Johnson, VV. Karaula, N. Keener, C. Kelly,
R. Kenimond, VV. King, P. Knestrick, B. Kottner, M. Korte, C. Laws, L. Levers, S. Lindley,
M. Linn, E. Loar, C. Lyke, J. Lyons, V. Maine, S. Maryland, M. Mazza, N. McCauley,
M. McCloud, J. McGary, M. McGaughey, J. McKay, N. McMasters, G. Mellars, E. Miller,
K. Miller, M. Miller, P. Minton, G. Moore, M. Moore, B. Morrison, S. Mounts, R. Munchie,
E. Myers, F. Myers, D. Nagy, I. Nelan, H. Noble, M. O'Donnell, L. Oliverio, C. Paciorek,
L. Park, D. Patterson, T. Paul, B. Pavkovich, F. Pettit, J. Phillips, A. Plany, E. Poellot,
B. Porter, L. Powell, B. Quail, L. Rea, D. Reed, G. Reed, A. Reighard, F. Richmond, P. Riggs,
C. Ringer, B. Ritchie, F. Roberts, P. Robinson, S. Rush, V. Salsberry, Rosalyn Scott, Ruth
Scott, T. Simms, D. Slavikosky, S. Smith, A. Spino, R. Sprowls, B. Taylor, J. Thomas,
R. Thomas, D. Unrue, J. Vaientic, S. Veltri, V. Veltri, D. Vester, L. Vester, J. Voytek,
D. Waldygo, D. VValker, D. VVard, C. Watkins, C. VVeaver, E. White, N. VViley, J. Wilkinson,
M. VVorlyn, S. VVylie, D. Yost, J. Zecker, E. Zgorliski.
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Come with us now as we watch Yesterday's Newsreel.
.Xs our reel starts to unroll we see that many members of the class
of '52 are happily married: Betty Vlloods and Paul Lewis, Betty Bissett
and -lack Crites, Betty Brookman, Gayle Ackroyd, Mabel .AXndrew, Mary
l.ou Clutter, -lean Redd, Dora hlankey, Nlary Conner, and Richard
Here we see the students who are continuing their education. The
following are attending various schools of higher learning: Matthew
.-Xrmstrong, lfnod Barnhart, Glenn Carter, Dale Bowne, Lynn Croft,
Marjorie lfnstrom, Carol -lean Henry, Charles lVilliams, and Orville
Mrs. Claude Hallam Mr. Anthony Tomazin
Now as we continue our ncwsrecl, we come to those in the service:
Bert Baralc, Doris .-Xnderson. Gary Bigler, Franklin Craig, Wlilliam liinos,
lfrcd hlcClenathan, Kenneth hloninger, Carl Patterson, james Gallo,
.-Xnthony Swead, and hlargaret YVelch.
The newsrcel camera discloses that two classes held reunions during
the past year. The class of 1927 met August 10 at the Nlansion House
at Old Concord to celebrate its 25th year since graduation. Mrs. Dorothy
hlounts McClay was in charge of arrangements and Max Hagar was
toastmaster. hlr. Moninger and Mr. YVilson are memhers of this class.
The class of 1933 held its annual meeting last -lime at Yvashington
llark. lfifty-live original members were present. They plan to hold their
Ztlth reunion this year.
Future newsreel material will he gathered this .lunewhen the annual
dance for all Trinity High alumni will he held.
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F. F. A.
The lf.l"..'X. .is a National Organization for Farm Youth studying
Vocational Agriculture. It is designed for training Farm Boys whose
interest lies in agriculture and related occupations. lt is truly American
in its ideals and has the following objectives as its main points of em-
1. I.eadersl1ip Training. 4. The development of a worthy Super-
visal Farming Program which aids
2. Modern training in present day farm . . '
in the establishment of farming.
3. Chapter Co-operation activities. 5- The Cultivation Of Woffhl' ideals,
morals, and Social outlook.
Some of our chapter activities were:
l. F.F.A. Concession Stand. 4. Father-Son Banquet.
2. Round and Square Dance. 5. F,F..'X. Activities VV:-ek at State Col-
3. Pennsylvania Farm Show. lege.
The Utlicers for the past year who led us so capahly were:
President ........ . .
Vice-President Thomas Ellis
Reporter ...... .. . Linn Hamilton
Secretary .... ..... F loyd Croft
Treasurer ............... Roger Dague
Sentinel ................. Gordon Bell
Advisor .... .... ll lr. Charles M. McClelland
State Keystone Farmers and State Band Members
These boys were the members that were selected to go to the Farm
Show at Harrisburg. They are: Jack Dran, Keystone Farmer: Jack
Mounts, State F.F.A. Secretary and Drum Major for the State l".l".A.
Band: joe Rankin, Keystone Farmer: Tom lillis, Keystone Farmer, and
tuba player for the State IQF..-X. Band: Richard Shrontz, snare drums:
and Dick McClay, trombone player.
The four boys played in the State l".l".1X. Band which gave concerts
in the large arena of the Farm Show Building in the lforum of the lfdu-
cation Building and the Potato Growers' Banquet at thc Zembo Mosque.
Our Drum Major, Jack Mounts, gave a Baton Twirling Iixhibition
in the large arena, the opening night of thc Farm Show.
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,frruplfd for 13111 Slraighl Year
Trinity F.F.A. was one of the nine schools in the State of Pennsyl-
vania to receive the privilege and honor of having their exhibit accepted
for showing at the 1953 Farm Show at Harrisburg in January.
This makes the 13th straight year that one of Trinity's exhibits
has been selected for showing. A record unparalleled in the history of
the F.F.rX. lvindow Exhibit Contest at the Pennsylvania State Farm
Trinity's exhibit this year is built upon the idea of a Father and Son
Agreement. To put across the idea of the value and also the contents
of such an agreement, the exhibit contains two mannequins, representing
a farmer and his son who is an F.F.A. boy, shaking hands. To the right
of these mannequins is a large legal book opened to show the eleven im-
portant items that should be included in a good working father and son
Mounted on the background is the title "Keep Him on the Farm"
and also a large legal looking paper representing the Legal Father and
The exhibit was constructed this year by Floyd Craft, Fred Ankrom,
Ed Bayer, and Fred Engle. These boys were chosen from this year's
Junior F.F.A. class by competing in a Farm Mechanics Contest. This
contest was held last July in the Trinity High School Shop.
Our exhibit placed fifth in the Vocational Contest at the Farm Show.
The boys were supervised by Mr. John N. Crosbie.
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AG Demonstration Team
The l".l"..'X. Demonstration Team consisting of .loe Rankin, Richard
Shrontz, Tom lillis, and .loc XVonsettler, presented the demonstration
H20 - 2 - V at the l953 Pennsylvania lfarm Show Tuesday, January 13,
Competition was very keen and they tied for sixth place in the con-
test with thirty-eight other schools competing.
The team also presented the demonstration for the Canonshurg
Farm lnstitute, lNlarch 3.
They wish to express their thanks to Mr. lsenherg for his help
in coaching them with their diction and pronunciation.
The boys were supervised by Mr. John G. Lowry.
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State Project Champions
lfior the lifth consecutive year, Trinity lf.l".,X. won the lirst plaee
plaque in the State Project Contest. The winners all journeyed to the
l9arm Show. 'lihey are:
l'll'1Illfl'U"lL',ll'ff fu riglffi llaywarcl Engel, jimmy Smith, XV:1yne Sprowls, Linn llamilton, 'l'om
Kelley, Eugene Foster:
Sl'l'Ullif ro-ze, lrff In rlylll: -Iohn Durilla, jack Dran, Davis Mounts, licl Bayer, 'loc Plymire
Harry Davis, Reed Scott.
Tlliril rnfw, lwfr to l'ifl,lf.' Guy Conklin, Alot- VS'onsettler, ,lack Mounts, 'l'onnny Selierieli, Hen
Wfy W- Hamilton, llieey Robinson, joe Rankin.
-gmiuiiiw' nf, Special Awa rd Winners ,
E, ,, This group accumulated enough points in the Dairy lrojeet Con-
test to "Cap" the l"irst Place Plaque in the National Dairy lftlieieney
Contest. .Xlso pieturetl are three inclivitlual wimiers ot S430 eaeh in
National Dairy Contest:
Ben Hamilton Joe Wonsettler Linn Hamilton
Xvinners of the Pennsylvania Guernsey Breeders awards were:
Joe Wonsettler-First Place-S150 Linn Hamilton-Second Place-S100
Pennsylvania Crow lm rovement XVinners are:
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CORN SMALL GRAINS
.lack Mounts-First Place-Gold Trophy lien Hamilton-First-Gold Cup
John llurilla-Second Place .loe Rankin-Second
Harry Davis-Third Place .loe Won:-settler-Third
Dther hoys pieturetl are National Dairy Xvinnersz
Howard Engel Tom Kelly
James Smith Hieey Robinson
TRINITY CHAPTER C6 A
Trinity Greenhand F. F. A.
The lfreshnian Ag. hoys, this year, joined the Trinity Circenhand
l'l.l'i.i-X. lllllffi. They elected the following otlicers:
President ...............................,........... Odell llague
Vive-President .... .. . .. . ......... Bill Gilmore
Secretnry ...... ..... I leorge Maneinni
Treasurer .... ........ . lack Wilson
Reporter .......... Bill Eckles
Sentinel ................................ ....... l iruee Richmond
Advisor ...................,........................ John Crosbie I
hleetings are held during the regular glg. classes whenever husiness
warrants such a meeting. 'img intl
.Xctivitics tor the Greenhands are many with cooperative sc-ed sell-
ing and raising lllll chicks tor hroilers leading the list.
Sophomore F. F. A.
'l'rinity's Sophomore l".l"..'X. had a very successful year in V152
and 1953. lve elected the following otiicers:
President .................................. .... l Coland 'l'a1.rgart
Vice-President . . . . . .... William Lindley
Secretary ...... .... l iohert Berry
Treasurer .... ...... I Ronald Hart
Sentinel ................. ...... . . ..... Paul Hatfield
Advisor ............................................... Mr. Lowry
Several activities that we were engaged in were lield trips to husk
corn and a very successful square dance on the 27th of lsehruary. lvc
are also participating in the annual l".l"..'X. Banquet. Several of our mem-
bers that were project winners enjoyed a rewarding trip to the lfarm
Show at Harrisburg last -lanuary. Several more activities are planned
this year, including a trip to Pittsburgh.
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F. H. A. Demonstration
lilectric Comfort in the Bedroom was the title of the demonstration
presented at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. The members of the team
were: Shirley VVilliams, Mary Louise Phillips, Jackie Nlosier, and Rieta
The Cafeteria Club under the direction of Mrs. Mexa Roberts
and Mrs. Lucille Heil is composed of girls who aid in the preparation and
serving of the noon lunch. The girls handle the concession for all home
basketball games, wrestling matches and dances and the proceeds from
this project are used for club activities.
Future Homemakers of America
The Future I-Iomemakers of .-Xmerica is open to all girls enrolled
in Home lfconomics who are interested in stimulating hetter home mem-
hership and participation in Home Economics.
This year the Trinity Chapter was divided into a lfreshman and
Sophomore group because of the large enrollment. Both Chapters held
their formal initiation and installation of ollicers jointly with the l".l".,X.
in October. Their main activities during the school year are participation
in the State lfarm Show. a hlother-Daughter Party. and a l'i.l'i..'X.-l'i.H.1X.
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JEANIETTE MILES Xi
Pirturerl, iojw right: MAY QUEEN AND HER CQURT. Queen, Jeanette lllilesg
Maid of Honor, Betty Jane Thomasg Honor Attendants, Joann Rlosier and Sondra
Shillitog Maid of Honor, Eleanor Kottner.
Pirturnl. bottom right: SPIRITS. Spirit of Wisdom, Debra Bermang Spirit of
Trinity, Helen Dragan, Spirit of Poise, Nlarcia Lynn Horng Spirit of Personality,
Clara lWcClureg Spirit of Friendliness, Phyllis Houstong Spirit of Beauty, Norma
Williams: Spirit of Loyalty, Wilma Anderson
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qlli!'i!lFP"N SIZNIOR EDITORS SPORTS
Betty Jane 'Iihomas
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Phoebe Anderson Catherine Lee Sanders
Nlary -lo BIcVVreath ALUKINI
Catherine Braden Phyllis Houston
Klary Jane Wfiles Dorothy Barrett
Nlareia I'Iorn I-Iowarel hlorrion
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Mary ,lane NIeVay
T I1 e H i I I e r
This year's journalism class is composed of seventeen junior girls
with Miss Ruth Myers as teacher.
Among the features added to this year's HlI,I,l'lR were lfashion
Fads and individual pictures of the various editors with their columns.
The class held the Hll,I,l'lR Hop, a record dance, after the NVash Hi
The class has enjoyed putting out the paper and wants to thank
the students for subscribing to the paper, the advertisers for advertising
in it, and all those who have in any way contributed to its ellorts.
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The purpose of the Trinity Historians is to become acquainted
with our State of Pennsylvania. The eluh is Composed of Sophomores.
lluniors, and Seniors who have attained an "A" average in History for
This year the cluh made a trip to the Xllashington Courthouse to
see a trial. iVe also had a bake sale, a ehili su er, and fuest sneakers.
.Xetivities for the season closed with a picnic for the purpose of
initiating the new members and electing otlieers for the eoming year.
The following served as ollieers for the 1952-1953 term:
President ................ . . . Dick Brenner
Vice-President ............ .... I David Warner
Forresporldirlg Secretary .... ...... L ois Hallam
Recording Secretary ....... ...... . leanette Miles
Treasurer ................. ....... . . ........ Mary Jane McVay
Program l'lmirman .............................. Wilma Anderson
Advisors .... .......... M iss Jennie Ferralli, Mrs. Garnet Allison
ln the Fall of the year. home room oflicers are elected. The Presi-
dent and Student Council representatives from each home room and a
faculty member make up the Student Council. Since the origin of the
Student Council, Trinity High School has shown a more democratic
During the years, Student Council has been very successful. The
amplifier and loud speakers in the gymnasium, the piano, and the repair-
ing and improving of the stage, including new back curtains, have been
some of the projects of the council.
The council holds discussions and have decisions to make on the
different problems which concern the students. The purpose of this
organization is to create a better understanding between the faculty and
students and to help the school run smoothly.
The following ofiicers were elected to serve during the 1952-1953
President ....... Pete Murphy
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Faculty Advisor ..... .... M r. E. Vaughn Ross
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The lfuture Nurses Club is made up of junior and Senior girls.
'lihey expect to enter nurses training.
hlrs. Grimes, the school nurse, is our advisor. .Xt our meetings
she directs our discussions on the requirements for nurses training in
various hospitals and colleges.
XVe look forward to our annual trip to Pittsburgh. This year we
visited Presbyterian Hospital and other points of interest.
XVe feel that the Future Nurses Club is a vital factor in our prep-
aration for nursing careers.
President ........ . ........... Jeanette Miles
Vice-President .... .... K atheryn Lee Sanders
Secretary ..... ....... E leanor Kottner
Advisor. .... ' ...... Mrs. Grimes
"NYhat do you have on Rocky Mountain spotted lever?" "XVhere
can I find something on the divorce laws of l'ennsylyania?" "Do you
have the hook that tells about a hoy white-washing a fence? - I d0n't
know the name of it." These are typical of the many questions the lihra-
rians are asked each day, and an ellort is made to locate the material
Although Trinity's lihrary is not large, there is a wealth of refer-
ence material and recreational reading matter availahle. In addition to
the hooks, the library receives eighteen periodicals and the daily news-
paper. The lihrary is managed hy student lihrarians under the direction
of hliss Ruth Myers.
The lihrarians held a Valentine Tea for the faculty lfehruary 17.
President ...... ........ ..., E I eanor liottner
Vice-l'resident... .... ? .... .... S hirley Hague
Seerelnry ..... . .... Mary I.. Phillips
Treasurer .... .... J aniee Weaver
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Audio-Visual Ed. Department
Visual lid. Department started the school year with nine old mem-
bers. Don Casto, the only Senior, and lfloyd Craft, lili Dillie, l"loyd
.Xnkrom, Xvillis Baldwin, lid Bayer, Charles Gilmore, Don Heist, and
Howard Morrison were the Junior members.
New members taken into the Department from the Sophomore
class were: Charles Dague, lfdward Grimm, lvilliam Hair, lid Kelley,
.Xndy black, bletelc blarkow, Nelson bliles, Vernon Roach, and Carl
The usual feature films were shown each semester in order to raise
money to pay for shipping charges and insurance on all the films.
The new equipment was a new hanging microphone and complete
rearrangement of the stage microphone system which was brought about
due to the allocation of funds received from the school magazine cam-
.Xt the end of the year the customary A.V.S.O. T-letters were
granted the new Sophomore members, and service stars given to the
Junior and Senior members.
The purpose of the Secretarial Club is to provide some practical
experience for club members. This is attained by assigning the girls as
secretaries to the faculty members.
The girls are selected the second semester of their junior year and
are chosen on the basis of leadership, integrity. loyalty, cooperation,
and scholastic ability.
The club sponsored a round and square dance and also sold Christ-
The highlights of the year were Initiation Party for new members,
a trip to Pittsburgh, and the annual .lunior-Senior Banquet.
The oflicers are
President ..... .... K 'lara Lou McClure
Vice-President ........ Rose Apache
Secretary ,... .. ........ ..... .I oann Mosier
Treasurer ............................. Shirley Sanders
Advisors .... ..,Mrs. Frances B. Huffman. Miss Marian Kuzy
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The Senior lli-Y has heen functioning very smoothly alue to the line
cooperation anal participation of all the hoys who are memhers of the
cluh. The lfall aetivities of the eluh are over anal the Spring activities
will he starting.
The cluh is planning to have speakers at the meetings for the re-
mainder of the year.
The Senior Hi-'l' wishes to thank all of the students and faculty
who attended the "Recovery Dance" anal helpetl make it such 11 success.
Their aclvisor is hlr. Syrck.
J u n i o r H i - Y
The Alunior Hi-Y is an organization of lfreshman and Sophomore
This year the club activities were the electing of members to serve
in hlay llay, the initiation for all the new memhers, and having speakers
at different meetings held for the hoys.
The following olhcers were eleetetl for this year:
President ................,....................,.... Diek Guthrie
Vice-President .................,.,... .... E d Sedinka
Secretary ........ .... .I ack Shultz
Treasurer .... .... l ion Batson
Advisor ............................................... Mr. Sedlak
The annual Candlelight Service opened a successful year for the
Senior Y-Teens. The club is advised by bliss Marian liuzy.
Some of the events of the year were the Christmas Grab Bag l'arty
and the Sweetheart Dance. -leanette bliles was chosen Sweetheart from
The Y-Teens also have charge ot the beautiful May Day pageant
which is held every Spring on the school campus.
Other activities of the club were the selling of jerseys and scarlis,
a bake sale, and a party for the Senior Hi-Y.
The .lunior Y-Teens is an organization of the 'l'.XV.C,.-X. This vear
the clul x L f l
is ver' organized from eaci individual class. .Xny junior gil-I is
eligible to join. The club's membership consisted of 70 girls.
'Xmong the activities of the year were the Candlelight Service,
Sweetheart Formal, Picnic at XYasliington llark, and a swimming party.
.lackie Rubick was elected Sweetheart ol the club for the Sweetheart
President ....... .... .I aekie Rubiek
Vice-President .... ..... C 'athy Braden
Secretary ............ ..... I' Eunice Gallagher
Treasurer ............. ........ .I oanne Davidson
Program l'lmirman .... ........ V ivian Sutherland
Advisor ................................... Mrs. Mary Mansbarger
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The Sophomore Y-Teens is an organization arliliated with the
Y.XV.C.,'X. and is open to all Sophomore girls in Trinity High School.
The lirst meeting of the year was held at XVashington Park. Our
guests at that picnic were the members of the newly organized l"reshman
Y-Teen Club. .Xn initiation was held and a social hour followed.
Other highlights of the year were the Candlelight Service, the
Sweetheart Dance, Christmas Party, and the lfaster Sunrise Service
which was held April 5 at the Y.XV.C..-X.
Barbara Miles was selected as the candidate for the Sweetheart
Oflicers of the club are:
President ............... Connie Weirieh
Vi1'P-President ..... . . .... . . . ..... Barbara Miles
The Freshman Y-Teens is an organization arliliated with the
Y.XV.C.A. Any Freshman girl is eligible to membership. This year we
had eighty-two members.
The outstanding activities of the year were the Candlelight Service
and the Sweetheart Formal. This year Josephine Voyteck was chosen
hy the cluh to be our Y-Teen Sweetheart.
The oflicers, advisor and co-advisor of lfreshnian Y-Teens are:
President ......................................... Beverly Finch
Vice-President .................................... Margaret Linn
Sixteen girls from the xlunior and Senior classes make up this cluh.
Caring lor the gym othce and the girls' dressing room are the chiel duties
ot these inenihers. lfach cluh nieniher receives a sweater in her .lunior
year and a "Pin" her Senior year.
lvc sponsored skating parties once a month and presented halt ot'
the proceeds to the athletic sweater tund. Nile have had both a satisfac-
tory and successful year with the aid ot our worthy advisor Miss hlaric
The othcers are:
Presidenl ........... .... lt ileanor liottner
Secrelary-Treasurer .. ..... Mary llurzon
.Xlways willing to do any otlice chore for Mr. Ross, Mr. slohn, or
hir. Clark, are 2-l girls, from the junior, Senior, and Sophomore classes.
Selected hy lNlr. 'lohn and hir. Clark, these girls take telephone calls,
carry announcements, and other otlice chores. There always are two girls
in the otlice for each period.
The otliee girls are as follows:
Wilma Anderson Shirley llague
liathleen Antel .loan Davidson
Debra lierman l'at Frazier
Nancy lierry Connie Gorhy
Reita Brewer Jean Hagar
llora Burke Arla Hallden
Mary Jane lVleVay
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and SCIIIOFS. lihev pzlrtlelpzlte IH the Musical l'est1v:1l Senior Sermon
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selects three or four people to enter in the District Cho' '
it wus held ut lien .'Xvon, llennsylvnnizl. Those chosen were lXl2lI'Cl1l llorn
Sontlrn Shillito, :intl Duvial XV:u'ner.
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a tl'Herent assemblies throughout the veur. lfverv vezu' the ehorus
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This group, thc string scction, purticipzitcs in Nay Daly, Commcncc-
mcnt, and both thc junior and thc Senior l'l:1vs with some rncinlicrs of
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thc lmml filling out thc 1nstrunicntzition. lhcv :irc rczlllv ll grunt hclp
to liinity. sqiiikgliw
This Ofgllllllllflllll prcpzircs its mcmbcrs for thc Scnior Band by thc
usc of scnlcs and cxcrciscs. Thcy wish to thank Mr. Good for ull his
llI'lLlL'I'Sf1lI1kllllg in hclping tlicm to licconic prcpnrccl for the Senior Bzinnl.
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Junior Class Play
On stage in the Trinity auditorium, November 21, 1952, at 8:15
o'elock, eleven Juniors presented "All American lfzlmilyu, ll three :ict
comedy drama. The play, directed by Mr. Paul Sedlak. was il tremendous
sueeess to both the grade school :md high school student.
1Nlr. and blrs. Sedlzik entertained the east at their home with games
The members of the -lunior elnss chose the following people to rep-
resent their elass us follows:
Farrie Butler. . .
Widow Smith .... . ..
Bruce Ford .....
. . . . .Dick McClay
. ..... Mary Jane Wiles
. ..... Charles Williams
... ..... Summers Hunter
Lucy Middleford ..... .. .... Billie Ann Gray
Avis Middleford .... ......................... I' 'ranees Adams
Prom pters ......
.....Marilyn Eustis, Mary .lo McWreath
Assistant Director ..... ....... . .............. . .Glenn Morrow
Senior Class Play
The Senior class presented "No More Homework", a comedy in
three acts, written by John Henderson and directed by B. M. lsenberg.
on Friday, Txl2lI'Cll 26 and 27 in the Trinity auditorium.
The play will be long remembered because of its overwhelming suc-
cess as a production and because of the splendid manner in which it was gTfiilil'll'g
received by the audience.
The cast of charact
Miss Goodin ......
Miss Ugilvie .....
Mr. Harper ....
Coach Guthrie ....
Mr. Lundquisl ....
"Buzz" Bailey. . . . .
Shalimar Ames . . .
Faversham Lightly ....
Tallulah Ploelz ....
Miss Dill ......
Mrs. Ratchet ....
Elmer B. Ames
. . . .Patricia Powell
... ..Nancy Paul
. . . .Maud Ann Baker
. . . .Kenneth Beckner
. . . . . Earl Murphy
. . . . .Debra Berman
. . . . .Donald Warne
... .Sondra Shillito
. . . . .Phyllis Houston
. . . .Scott Renner
. . . .Michael Kudaroski
. . . . . Dale Bedillion
. . . . . ...Thomas Ellis
. ...Barbara McWilliams
.....Mary .lane MeV
. . . . . . . .Charles Loey
ay. Elva McCullough
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"Scientia ipsa auetoritas est" tknowledge itself is authorityj is
what the Latin Club says.
An important date on the Latin Club calendar is the ldes of lNlarch.
That is when new members, consisting of first year students who have
maintained a high average, are initiated into the club.
The main events of this year were, a bake sale to finance our annual
trip to Pittsburgh, the initiation, and the annual picnic at the park.
VVilliam VVylie made an exhibit of the Parthenon which took second
place in the Buhl l'lanetarium annual Latin exposition.
A silver key is awarded to the l.atin student who has attained the
highest average for four years at commencement. This year it will be
awarded to Wlilma Anderson.
Under the very capable supervision of our advisor hlrs. Spriggs,
the following oHieers were elected for this year:
President ........................ ........... .... I ' aul Guidos
Vice-President .... Dale Bedillion
Secretary ..... ...Eleanor Kottner
Treasurer ............ ................ W ilma Anderson
Program Fhairmen ..... ..... G eraldine Craig. Lois Hallam
.Xbout one month before school was dismissed, eighteen junior boys
were informed that they would form the new "Student Patrol."
Selected by their able advisor Mr. -lohn and a group of faculty
members, the boys were chosen for their willingness to cooperate and
above all their ability to assume responsibility.
The first job on the new patrol's program is directing traflic for
May Day. Next came one of their most important jobs, graduating the
Seniors with all the ease and comfort deserving them.
.Xfter these jobs are completed with a traditional excellence, they
look forward to directing tratlic in Trinity's Halls when they are Seniors.
Although there are some hardships and troubles connected with
the job, the boys will look forward to it with pride, and it is an experi-
ence they are not likely to forget.
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For several years the Go-To-College Club has been one of the most
outstanding clubs at Trinity. The members of the club are .-Xeademie
Senior and Junior girls who have a "B" average and are planning to con-
tinue their education beyond high school. The girls must also possess
certain standards of loyalty, cooperation, and personality.
This year the club was supervised by our new leader, Miss -Ioan
Foster. Nlrs. Robert Smith, who was the leader for several years, felt
that the club needed someone who was fresh out of college, so Miss Foster
became our new advisor.
The program this year consisted of selling of programs at football
games, the selling of caramels at Christmas time, various speakers from
colleges, a tea in honor of the teacher, a dance after the Trinitylvaynes-
burg basketball game, a trip to VVestminster and Grove City, and a party
given by the :X.:X.U.VV. at the lfirst l'resbyterian Church. Nlany of the
members served as hlonitors in the halls each period of the day. The
following oflicers were elected to serve during the 1952-1953 year:
President ....... .... X Vilma Anderson
Vice-President .... ..... M ary Ramsey
Secretary ....... ...... J eanette Miles
Treasurer ............ .... L Tarolyn Johnston
Program Chairman ..... .... I Debra Berman
Advisor .............. ...Miss Joan Foster
.Xt the heginning of each foothall season. a group ot' Senior girls
are selected from the Senior class to manage the seating in the reserve
seat section at all home football games. The head usher. Helen Dragan,
and her assistant, Pat Powell. who were appointed hy Mr. Ross, placed
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the girls in the most needed sections and ollered assistance wherever .ff U,
'lihe ushers were:
Betty .lane Thomas
Ruth Ann Wheeler
l hc outlook :lt thu l7L'gllllllllg,f ol thc ll15.lSk'1lSUIl
was tlim, consitlcring that only thrcc l'Cglll1ll'S haul
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urnctl to thc Wl'CSflIl1g,I tczlm. lion XX llS0l1 ht-Id
wn thc IHS spot with -loc Shook ut 112. :xml Milan'
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'tlcno nt 120. With an nmcxpcrlcncctl tcum, thc
rccortl of S wins :mtl 7 losses is quitc rcspcctzlhlc.
ln thc llrstrlct lournzlmcnt. lilll lizlnc won hrst
in Sb Bull Cnllo hlst Ill IM ln
1' ', ' 'z ' . ', 1 tl -loc Shook took
ck to compctc in thu XY.l'.l..X.l.. linnls in which
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nc in sccoml. Shook a1tlx':1m'ctl to tht- Sturt- 'fouru-
cnt :mtl won thc Stutc titlc in 112 class.
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ul. IIICII' om' win :md tlwcc loss l'k'L'0I'Li is not iIllpl'L'SSiYL' but flll' tcxlm
mrkul Ililfli at lk'2lI'Ilil1Q thu f-LIIIKIZIINCIIYQIIS of rlw spurt.
Um' 5k'Ililll', Kun liuckm-r, wlm xwcstcld 155 this yczu' is tluc unly
lllcllllwl' not to ruturn to the Sllllllkl ncxt f'L'2lI'.
'l'l1e lmnd opened its 19524953 season by pzlrtieiputing in lout
gxunes, pep assemblies, and the pep parade.
H F The lmnd oflieers who were installed at the nnnuzll Band Bzlnql t
lmeld on lfelvruury ll, ure:
Sll!'!"ll: President ...... ...... . Inc Desnmnd
l' Iliff'-l'Tl'Sidl'lll ...... Richard Meflay
Secretary-Treasurer Frances Salat
Puhlic Krflntilms ............ .,....... ............ ll I yra Kelley
Illme lnglmlight for the VC2ll' was the Spllng lfestivzll in wlliell the
lmnd played il great part.
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The "High Steppersu of '53 were leatl hy hliltlretl Ruggerio, hezul me -qw, I
majorette. and Donald XVarne, tlrum major. They participated in parades.
issemhlies. and all the football games.
The majorettes graduating with the class of '53 are Miltlretl Rug- X
gerio, Maryanne McMurray, Leona Vineelc, Joann Mosier, anal -leanettt
Miles. llonaltl XVarne. drum major, will also he gratluatetl with the
elass of '53.
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The 'fHillers" of Trinity High School faced a challenging schedule of ten
games, losing eight of them and winning two. Although we had a good team, our
opponents seemed always to have the luck on their side. Trinity was hit by bad luck
even before the season opened when John Sargent received injuries which kept him
out most of the season. In spite of what looks like a bad record on paper, We, the
students of Trinity High School, know our team played hard, and that the experience
this year has been preparation for a strong team next year. We are proud of our
boys: our hats are off to them.
ln the lid-lifter of the season, September 13th, we met Chartiers on College
Field. The Hillers played a good game and a hard game, but Chartiers came out
on top with the score l-lf to 12. Frank Sobansky, one of our very best players, was
seriously injured in the game and was unable to play the rest of the season.
The following week we met a strong Redstone eleven in another home game
and managed to hold our own until, in the final period, their half back ran 75 yards
with an intercepted pass for a touchdown. The game ended with a 6-0 score.
The Trinity-VVash High game was the biggest and most exciting of the season.
The Hillers played a much better game than the score would indicate, but Wash
High capitalized on every break offered them and chalked up a convincing 33-0
On October 3rd we suffered our fourth defeat at the hands of Peabody. At the
outset it looked as if it was to be a winner, but the visitors scored two touchdowns
in the final period and when the whistle sounded, the score was I3-6 in their favor.
yVith our chances gone for ending the season in the black, we faced a tough
game with German Township. The l-lillers threatened to score twice, but German
Township proved too much for them and the game ended in another defeat for
Trinity with a score of 39-0.
In a thrilling air-tight game, the Hillers defeated California on California's
own field. Three plays after the opening kick-off, the Hillers intercepted a pass,
scoring a touchdown on the first play and making the extra point. ln the second
quarter another touchdown was made on a twelve yard run. Cheered on to victory,
the Hillers recovered a California fumble on the six yard line and in one more play
scored the touchdown and with it another extra point. California scored one touch-
down in the last quarter, making the final score 20-6.
Traveling to Canonsburg for our October 2-lth game, we met and were defeated
by the powerful Canonsburg Gunners who ran up three fast touchdowns in the first
quarter. The Hillers put up a grim fight but were unable to score until the fourth
quarter. With the Gunners making two more touchdowns, the scoreboard showed
In a close, well-played game with Burgettstown, the Hillers battled their way
to a near victory. The first half was a hotly contested one, ending in a 0-0 tie, but
the second half was something to shout about. ln the waning minutes of the third
quarter the I-lillers took their lead of 6-0, and in the opening play of the fourth
quarter the punt was taken on the twenty-four yard line and carried seventy-six yards
for a 12-0 score. However, before the quarter was half over, Burgettstown came
smashing back with passes that spelled pay-dirt for them and a 14-12, hard-to-take
defeat for Trinity.
The lylidland High gridders held their W.P.l.A.L. Class A crown by defeating
the Hillers at College Field in a 39-7 game. Trinity played against terriHic odds
and went into the game expecting the loss, inasmuch as Midland had already won
eight of their nine games.
The last game of the season brought us our second win. Waynesburg proved
an easy foe and suffered defeat at the hands of the Hillers to the tune of 38-13.
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614- Our XX .I'.I..'X.I,. compctition consistcd oi' four tcznns: QZIIICJIISITIIIQI
Clin:-tiers, Trinity, :ind XVZISIIIIIQIIOII High Schools. In our rcgulzir Iczlg
play wc played "SUN" hull, tICfC1lfIIIg unch tczun oncc und hcing III-fcaitcd
hy czlch tcznn. NYc ended up in ll tic for sccond plucc.
lfight, Team, l'iight, was the aim of the cheerleaders this vear.
XYL' helped in every way to cheer them on to victory with the able assis-
tance ol our advisor Mr. Paul Sedlak.
The Senior cheerleaders were Phyllis "Midge" Houston, head cheer- Z-'
leaderg Marlene "Mar" Mounts, and Shirley "Shirl" Gamble. The .luniors
were as follows:
Dorothy "Skip" Barret, Barbara "Harb" Knestrick, Phyllis "Phil" mi
llohnes, and .loanne "lo" Hayden.
The cheerleaders sponsored the annual lfootball Banquet held in
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the Trinity Cafeteria in the month of November.
The following Sophomore girls were chosen to take the place
vacated by the Seniors next year: Connie XVeirick, l,areen Phillips, -Indy
Kleppncr, and l,ul'illa XVise.
.lunior members of the Go-'lio-College Club aided the athletic season
my selling programs at our football games.
By doing this the club members help to provide a part of the fund
used for the purehase of sweaters for the varsity athletics, and the finan-
cial award to the athlete having the best scholastic averages.
These girls deserve some praise for their spirit in this endeavor.
The Hillers stalrtetl the season very successfully. winning 6 out of 7
ln league play we only won 4 out of I2 games: ilefeuting XV:1ynes
,WiNiTfj7?. lmrg twice, Czinonshurg, and Burgettstown onee.
im ul' ln the county tournunent 'lirinit' -l' ' ' - " U ' 7 ' '
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' gettstown, but were elefeziteal in the hnzlls hy llonorzi.
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l,e:uhng scorers tor the fC2llll were Robert Stuinpl, Rohert ,Xntlerson
:intl George lzirhuek.
lll2lyCl'S he-ing gl'2lLllI1ll'CLl ure: .Xntlerson, lfzirzihee, Murphy, Sargent
Stumpf, and Tzirhuek.
The I'CC0l'kl-l3I'C21lClIlg game of the yezlr was the game with XV:1ynes
hurg in which il new game score record was mzule for the school, 87-70
.Xlso :in imlivicluail reeornl for the szime season was mzuie hy Bob Stumpt
with ll seore ol' 38 points in one Qillllll lloh ,Xnilerson :intl lloh Stlnnpl'
mth mmhincd scoring points, lnauic :mothcr high school rccmxl with thc
1l of 64 points.
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1- Lumber -l-
222 HALL AVENUE
"Ford Forming Headquarters"
WASHINGTCN FARM EQUIPMENT, INC.
R. D. 3 . . . ROUTE 40 WEST
FORD TRACTORS DEARBORN FARM EQUIPMENT
NEW HOLLAND BALER 86 FORAGE MACHINERY
AN DY B ROS.
Expert Recapped Tires
Phones: 4118 or 4119
332 WEST CHESTNUT ST.
USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN
GENERAL FEED Cr SUPPLY
236 EAST MAIDEN ST.
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31 NORTH MAIN STREET 95509
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ANDERSON G' POLLOCK
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Bell Phone: 1295 or 1296
14-18 W. Wheeling St. Washington, Pa.
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
42 - 50 North Main Street
ASHMORE FLOWER SHOP BEN REYNOLDS 8' CO
IN THE MODERN MANNER
80 South Main Street
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THE CITIZENS WATER
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PRINTING FOR ALL BUSINESS
35 East Pine Avenue
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS
S. A. MEYER COMPANY
Make S. A. Meyer Your Headquarters For
JEWELRY - FURNITURE - PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES
Washington Charleroi Monessen Canonsburg Waynesburg
INVITATIONS AND CARDS C' H' 6'
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Washington Theater Building
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OF 0 Congratulates the 1953 Class of
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men have worn Jack Hart clothes
G' since 1897 . . . Wfe would like to
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16 NORTH MAIN ST.
Phone 145 Washington, Pa.
BOLENS GARDEN TRACTORS
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER FARM AND DAIRY EQUIPMENT
REFRIGERATORS AND HOME FREEZERS
SOMERVILLE FARM SUPPLY
88 Murtland Avenue
Phone 6630 Across from State Highway Building
JONES fr GRIEST, INC.
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63 South Main St. Washington, Pa.
Ages 18 to 40
C. S. HUNTER CO.
Washington Paint 6' Glass
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PAINTS 0 VARNISHES O RADIOS
Window Glass, Wall Paper
138 SOUTH MAIN STREET
WASLER FLOWER SHOP
955 BROAD STREET
"FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS"
Phones 3521 and 3158
PYRAMID OIL COMPANY
GEO. L. LENK ORGANIZATION
Realtors and Insurers
Property Management - Appraisals - Building Sites - Farms
"We Rely on Fair Prices to Obtain Business
Fair Treatment to Retain It"
443 WASHINGTON TRUST BLDG. WASHINGTON, PA.
WARNE FARM SUPPLIES
JOHN H. WARNE, Owner
Better Built Form Equipment
Complete Line of
Feeds, Fertilizers, Farm Supplies
1 Mile West of Washington, Pa., on Route 40
GEORGE A. VALENTINE
George Washington Hotel Bldg.
Fine Flowers . . .
AND FLORAL ART AWAIT YOUR
27 WEST CHESTNUT ST.
325-327 Washington Trust Bldg.
R. W. RUFFNER, C.L.U.
VALLEY CLOVER FARM
GROCERIES AND MEATS
Free Delivery Phone 1600
1279 PARK AVE.
STAR MOULD MACHINE
6' FOUNDRY CORP.
GRAY IRON CASTINGS
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GENERAL MACHINE WORK
C. G' C. SERVICE, INC.
850 East Maiden Street
When YOU need tires . . . you see
the men who know tires BEST
o TWO HOME OWNED STORES o
28 North Main Street
144 South Main Street
Special Prices To Fraternities
C. S. BELL Cf SONS
Auto Parts Jobbers
245 DONNAN AVENUE
LOU E. SPOSSEY
355 WEST CHESTNUT STREET
485 WEST CHESTNUT STREET
Kits, Engines and Accessories
The Uniformity of Gauge in
STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS
PROVIDE 0 More stainless area per ton
0 Excellent surface finish
lVlicroRold stainless steel is rolled to exceptionally close tolerances in continuous
form with micro-accuracy and uniformity of gauge throughout the entire length
and width. This "Thinness Control" offers many advantages in both application
and fabrication. "Thinness Control" gives you more stainless area per ton or an
equivalent area with lesser weight, and a significant reduction in breakage. Lower
polishing costs are obtained because of the excellence of surface conditions -
which are dense, clean, smooth, and even.
Washington Steel Corporation
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distributed through steel warehouses everywhere
GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL
Speciol Porty ond Bonquet Service
W. R. Lippincott, Mgr.
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The PGPBI' 14-16 West Chestnut St.
Phone 3700 HOME OF BOTANY-500
WASHINGTON, PA. CLOTHES
A. J. Lauer, Manager 1and.,-
Phone 542'M BOSTONIAN SHOES
IFRAZIUER SJIMPJUEX, INC.
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
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WELL DRILLING CONTRACTOR
HENRY G. HOOD 6' SONS
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B A K E R Y , I N C .
ENGLE'S RADIO fr MARINE SERVICE
TV SALES AND HIGGINS BOATS
75 E. Walnut
For '53 . . . Better See Motorola T V
MARFAX LUBRICATION Comp' irnenfs of
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West Beau and Ruple
S. B. MCWREATH DAIRY
365 Donnan Avenue
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Better Milk in a Better Bottle
Behout 66 Ba1'nI1iII
M O R T I C I A N S
IZI Ridge Avenue
In Phone 204
N. RAYMOND BEBOUT I AMBULANCE
S. F. BARNHILL 0 SERVICE
172 South Main St. B A K E R Y
PLUMBING 86 HEATING NTASTY DQUGHNUTS
HARDWARE Birthday ae Wedding cakes
SPORTING GOODS 990 JEFFERSON AVENUE
Phone 77 Washington, Pa.
TYGART VALLEY GLASS COMPANY
GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL BARBER SHOP
86 South Main Street
PHONE SERVICE FOR EVERY CHAIR
NO WAITING i- FOUR BARBERS
Under AAA Office or Through Hotel Lobby
WE TREAT YOU LIKE A FRIEND!
gf SHOE SHOP
M C V E H I L I S 209 SOutlTMain St
Compliments of . . .
J. A. RUNGO
217 SOUTH MAIN ST. WASHINGTON, PA.
Phones: 2281 - 2282 - 1775
The Food Market Complete
Realtor. . . . Insurance
7 WEST WHEELING STREET
H. T. CASTO
122 NORTH MAIN ST., WASHINGTON, PA.
Q Phone 1786
N 'Hn ,
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il X15 WHOLESALE CANDY
i W , and Grocers' Specialties
fig' www- Minter's Lovell 6.
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7 i -Y Candies Washlngtonv Pa' Chocolates
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Beginning and Advanced Classes in
shorthand, typing, accounting, oflice
machines and allied subjects . . .
Monthly tuition rates - day classes
530.004 evening school, .S1Z.00.
Phone 4220-J or write
Penn Commercial College
82 South Main St.
2 STORES TO SERVE YOU
Washington, Pa. Canonsburg, Pa.
Phone 710 Phone 277
STAR SPORTSWEAR H P
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George F. Calcutt
LARGEST SELECTION OF
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N ASHINGTON Phone 1840 1059 jefferson Avenue
53 North Main Street
"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.
PHONE: WASHINGTON 2995
A'l'l0 AL 'HIRE C0.
I- FOR ALL - "Sportsmens' Headqual1ers" I- FOR ALL -
OUTDOORS - SPORTS
46-48 WEST CHESTNUT STREET
Best WiS11eS to the
Class of 1953
Q74 1' Svcs'
Foremost Producers of
Fine Quality Steels
JUDSON WILEY Cr SONS
0 CEMENT CONTRACTORS I BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
0 READY - MIXED CONCRETE
404 South Main St. Washington, Pa.
Phones 423 and 3044
Better Be Safe Than Sorry
THE W. A. CHALLENER INSURANCE AGENCY
W. A. Challener or Milford fMitzj Chambers
14M NORTH MAIN STREET
Phones: 1866 or 4504 or 2413
HALL'S AMCCO SERVICE
R. Hall. Prop.
Tires - Batteries and Accessories
1533 EAST MAIDEN ST.
C. BENNETT AND COMPANY
REAR 121 S. MAIN ST.
Burdox Industrial Gases
G.E. Welders 86 Electrodes
PHONE 4752 WASHINGTON, Pa.
Parts and Service on
Briggs 66 Stratton
Compliments of . . .
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Parker 86 Sheaffer Pens
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Royal Doulton Figureines 83 NORTH MAIN ST'
15 NORTH MAIN STREET WHShlngton, Pa.
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TO THE GRADUATING CLASS
S. W. MILLER AGENCY
40 NORTH MAIN STREET WASHINGTON, PA.
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Martin A. Yoders, Prop.
FRESH HOIQLIEQISEEZIZE PGULTRY 134-36 West Chesmm Street
Free Delivery WASHINGTON, PA.
212 WEST CHESTNUT ST.
Washington, Pa. Phone 4941
U Y B E S T
E T T E R VIBRAPAC BLOCK B Y
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CHARTIERS CINDER BLOCK COMPANY
QUALITY CINDER and CONCRETE BLOCKS
PHONE: 1269 Canonsburg HOUSTON, PA.
26406 704 Flavia? bmpanq
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GENERAL ROAD CONSTRUCTION
REICHART FURNITURE COMPANY
118 West Chestnut Street
Phone: Washington 1640
Your Favorite Furniture and Appliance Store
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J. M. LANE AGENCY
Real Estate and Insurance
J. M. Lane Paul F. Lane
Ben F. Brehl, Salesman
433-34 WASHINGTON UNION TRUST BUILDING
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Phone 1586 I
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.
31 EAST CHESTNUT STREET
GRAHAM P. COWIESON FUNERAL HOME
395 East Maiden Street at LeMoyne Ave.
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Ambulance Service Washington 730
FOR A HAIR-DO
THAT'S FRESH AND NEW
ESPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR YOU
PLYMI RE BEAUTY SALON
182 South Main Street
Ph 2675 Estimate on Repair C t
Frame - Axle - Wheel Straightening
Body and Fender Repair
109 ELM STREET
6 AQg1QX65Q,WlX X
thiigm of pm
e All the splendor of the day is yours
forever in your wedding portraits.
May we make them for you?
Devore Funeral Home
Q CHOOSING A FUNERAL DIRECTOR CARRIES WITH IT AS MUCH
WEIGHT AS THE CHOICE OF A DOCTOR OR BANKER . . . HE MUST
BE A MAN OF GOOD CHARACTER, EFFICIENT, AND ABOVE A ,
RESPONSIBLE. ANY LOCAL BUSINES
S MAN OR FORMER CLIENT
WILL TESTIFY TO MY RESPONSIBILITY.
Personal Attention To All Calls
North College 86 E. Chestnut St.
Robert C. Crouch Paint
fr Glass Company
1- Distributor For l-
SHERWIN - WILLIAMS
Wall Paper, Paints, Enamels 86 Glass
111 NORTH MAIN ST.
IT Pays To Shop
WASHlNGTON'S FRIENDLY STORE
COMPLIMEN TS OF
POTATO CHIP G' NUT
Phone: Canonsburg 593
THE FAYETTE COMPANY
Successor to Fayette Candy Company
1- Wholesale Distributors -
SCHRAFFT'S CHOCOLATES BRACI-PS CANDIES
TOBACCOS SUNDRIES PAPER PRODUCTS
Institutional Grocery Supplies
Pennsylvania Avenue, Uniontown, Pa.
Representative: Mr. E. Hessler, Washington 3531-J
WASHINGTON UNION TRUST COMPANY
COMMU NITY BAN K
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
WASHINGTON DEALERS ASSOCIATION
Cors and Trucks
BOLYARD GARAGE ....., I , . . I , ,
BROWN 86 HUSTED, INC.
HAI-IN MOTORS, INC. . , , .
SCOTT MOTOR CO. ..... , . .
COURSON-BURSON MOTOR, INC. ..
SHARPNACK MOTOR TRUCK CO.
MINNEMEYER MOTOR CO. ,
CHARTIERS MOTOR CO. .
OLD TRAIL MOTORS ..,, I
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WASHINGTON ---- 952
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CANONSBURG - - - 10788
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Helen Brice Buchanan
31 West Chestnut Street
SERVICE CENTER WaShingm,Pa-
29 East Wheeling Street CARDS - GIFTS .. BOOKS
Phone 4830 Washington, Pa.
REED fr CAMERON
0 FARM SEEDS OHARDWARE
Dairy and Bee Supplies
Power Lawn Mowers
Executive and Promotional
48 East Wheeling Street
"Advertising Doesn't Cost - It Pays"
W. Ray Booth, General Manager
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57 NQRTH MAIN STREET OFFICIAL B. G, O. WATCH INSPECTOR
Nick Bindas Main 8. Wheelings Sts.
WASHINGTON, PA. 101 South Main St., Washington, Pa.
KURTZ MONUMENT COMPANY
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WASHINGTON MONONGAHELA CANONSBURG
WASHINGTON MOTOR EXPRESS
0 Trucks Haul Today 0
What You Use Tomorrow
FIELDS IMPLEMENT STORE
AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR
Case G' Ferguson Tractors Cr Farm Machinery
Esco Farm Freezers and Milk Coolers
North Main Street Ext. and Patton Ave.
Phone 4364 Evening 7516 R 3
Congratulations To The
Class of 1953
ROSS INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY
1041 E. IVIAIDEN ST. WASHINGTON, PA.
Phone 9870 MARTIN'S LUMBER C0
5' CURB SERVICE HARDWOOD FLOORING
COME DRESSED AS YOU ARE AND TRIM
BE SERVED IN YOUR CAR
Homemade Ice Cream and Frozen Custards
Hot Sandwiches, French Fries
0 HOME OF JUMBO BANANA SPLITS o
West Chestnut Street Extension
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED . . . OUT OF THE CONGESTED AREA
Our Nlortuary 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
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF '53
A..Y-39. 7777- ...T-
FAMILY STYLE BANQUETS
Birthday and Anniversary Dinners
Phone: Prosperity 2-R15
ELECTRIC SALES AND
FRIGIDAIRE - APPLIANCES
65 East Wheeling Street
C. H. SCOTT SERVICE
Main and Maiden Streets
GIBBUNS MUTUR EXPRESS
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WHAT You use TOMORROW
Ritchie 8a Piatt Funeral Home
Ralph E. Piotr, Successor
ROBERT VANCE AGENCY
WASHINGTON UNION TRUST BUILDING
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ALEXY SERVICE STATICN A N D E R 5 Q N
ATLANTIC BARBER SHOP
HI -ARC - WHITE FLASH
134 N. MAIN ST.
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Washington, Pa. Phone 9622 Class of 42
REX BARBER SHOP F. W. WOOLWORTH C0
ll FOURBARBERS 1- 4-6 SOUTH MAIN
15 WEST CHESTNUT ST. S T R E E T
phone 9639 WASHINGTON, PA.
by the flglf,-NXEE,
WARD PRINTING COMPANY
Comp! imenfs of
WASIIINIVIIIN GLASS UIIMPANY
ALL KINDS OF ROOFING FURNACE REPAIRS
ORLEY R. WHITE
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BUILD - UP ROOFS
Phone 2007 R. D. 1, Washington, Pa.
WILLIAM J. WARRICK, JR.
OlUQTS CIVIC! 1 QCOVCIIIISOHS
15 EAST BEAU ST. PHONE 3374
Member Florists Telegraph Delivery Association
COMPLIMENTS I N C.
OF Box 238, Washington, Pa.
SUWAK TRUCKING Phone 6153
COMPANY 1- ' 1-
LEARN T0 FLY
G. EDGAR GEORGE E.
INSURANCE FOR EVERYTHING
Phone 23 12
19 EAST WHEELING ST.
Y. W. C. A. Building
PIANOS Cr ORGANS
59 West Chestnut
R. D. 6 fLagondaj
FRESH MEATS AND
ANDREW'S COFFEE SHOP
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Attention Teen Agers!
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VACATION SEWING CLASSES
now forming for girls 10 to 17 years
of age. Classes limited.
8 LESSONS FOR 58.00
SINGER SEWING CENTER
47 West Chestnut Street
Phone 2879 Washington, Pa.
MILLER BARBER SHOP
2 EAST BEAU STREET
A BANK IS YOUR PARTNER
Ar your side, all through life, whatever your plans or needs, your bank stands
ready to serve you. Call on us to finance your home, farm, auto, or business,
for a personal loan in emergencies, to arrange a convenient checking account,
to safe-guard your valuables in a safe deposit box, for sympathetic and capable
trust service, and, of course this bank is the safe place for your savings faccounts
insured to 810,000 by F.D.I.C.I. May we be your partner?
40 South Main Street
MELLON NATIONAL BANK Cr TRUST COMPANY
Menmber Federal Deposi Insurance Corporahon
Floor Covering Appliances Bedding
Compliments of REMEMBER
TEMPLETON'S DRUG YOU PAY LESS AT
STORE PEERLESS FURNITURE
ss North Main sf. COMPANY
WASHINGTON, p A. 144 West Chestnut Street
Phone 6640 Washington, Pa.
ALBERT PACKING COMPANY
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PHONE 652 45 FORREST AVE
DUNBAR Cr WALLACE LUMBER CO.
1045 JEFFERSON AVE. WASHINGTO
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NEW and USED TYPEWRITERS, DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING EQUIPMENT
FIRE-PROOF SAFES, OFFICE and SCHOOL SUPPLIES
REPAIRS ON ALL OFFICE MACHINES
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57 West Chestnut St. Phone 2919
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Painting Cr Decorating
PHONE 1911-J WASHINGTON, PA.
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264 West Wheeling Street
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