Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA)

 - Class of 1956

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SETiElQ 1 ' i " i . f i a , f 'A ' - '-Q '31 mini v I Puimiisiieci. by The Stucients of Trinity High Sciaoo i Washington, Pennsylvania 1956 ULYITIPUS DEDICFITIIJI1 In recognition of her encouragement and Valued counsel freely given, because of her pleasant manner toward each member of the student body, and in appreciation for the trust in which she holds our confidences, We, the members of the Olympus Staff, dedicate the 1956 Olympus to MRS. NIARY MANSBARGER to show the high esteem in which We hold her. We feel her patient understanding of hu- man nature is reflected in her considerate personality and We readily acknowledge that her beliefs and principles will influence those about her and contribute toward a more gra- cious Way of life. 7 MRS. MARY NIANSBARGER 3 fill! mnmqialsa AUDREY REIGHARD Audrey, a member of the Senior Class, was an active and very pleasant part of Trinity. Her membership in several clubs was valued and as a member of the band and pianist for the various choruses she was Well known and invaluable to the music department. RoNALD CRILE Ronnie, a sophomore at Trinity High School Was Well liked by the members of his class. He, like Audrey, was active in the music department and was a member of the band. Certainly the student body misses and will con- tinue to remember these students. 4 WWWWW V mf ey Relghard , Ronald Crlle WWWWW ' D S? sz W S? V M1 S? ew W W V ez ,g 5? W sz 3 S? Q. ,Qu M M1 V W W W M S? S? 'ff' 'v 'v 'v V W V W M V W 'X V W ew E 7 f V W V W W W' 269 5? V sp W W 'xf V W sf EZ EZ S21 V AIINIINISTRATIUN EUNGHATULATIUNS TU THE CLI-X55 UF f r' rl I 9 Q Q It is your good fortune that you are about to step forward into a world overflowing with many opportunities. Every useful occupation gives ample opportunity for service. The happiest people in the World are those Who are making their jobs mean more than simply an endless routine for work and Wages. The Whole structure of business is based upon making useful things for others - this is service. Yve Americans have always held that the only real security lies in liberty and opportunity. This America of ours is unique among the nations of the World. We have made it the greatest because We have zealously guarded our cherished freedom, earnestly fostered our national spirit of individual initiative, and staunchly preserved our fundamental right of free enterprise. Qnly as we continue to serve ideals that will stand the test of time can We keep our nation brave and strong and free. May God give you the Wisdom, courage, and faith to lead our troubled World into the Ways of righteousness and peace. May the Qlympus 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. H.-XRCJLI3 M. BRIQNNRR, Pr-esidmzt 8 .Z HAROLD BRENNER JOHN A, SMITH J. HAGAN GUTHRIE VV. L. RAMSEY Prfnrzdfnt Vin' Prmidvnl Secretmy Tz'n1sure'r South Strabane Canton North Franklin Amwell 4 .,' .,, I . 1 .n., 'I n 5 I 'PI , at , ' ,',V h", R 4 .::, Li' 2 --:-.:,-' 'ff-, ' MARTIN ABAJACE CHARLES R. CLARK WYLIE COURSON JONATHAN DAY JOHN FRAZEE Canton North Franklin North Franklin Amwell Amwell EDVVIN j. GAUL J. S. GIBSON REED HANEY A. B. KENNEY JAMES MARTIN South Strabane Amwell South Strabane South Strabane North Franklin flaw ,iw Q lfqixlilx X Q fl - STANLEY E. MCWREATH ENIERSON PALMER TONY ROMANO STANLEY SHOOK South Strabane North Franklin Canton Canton ANTHONY SHULTZ MRS. MARGARET ULERY RALPH E. WILEY RoY ZIMMERMAN Canton Canton Amwell Canton 9 The FHCULTY J. Arleigh John Principal Washington and jefferson College, B. S.g Graduate work: Washington and jefferson College, M. A.g Universtiy of Pittsburgh, M. Ed. He -who Itadx must Im sure of the Away. Norman Allison Dean of Students James R. Clark Director of Activities Washington and Jefferson College B. S.g -h Juniata College, B. S.g Graduate work: Graduate Work: University of Pittsburgh, m HSM...-f University of Pittsburgh, M. Ed.g Inter- M. Ed.g Civics. ' mediate Algebra. l l , A friend is ncfuer kno-wa until a man lzafve nerd. The lion is not .vo fierce as painted. , JA Nancy H. Casto Secretary to the Administration Trinity High School A merry heart maketh a rlieerful rountmzanrf. Arla Hallden Secretary to the Administration Trinity High School A short saying oft L'07lfdi71.Y much 4-wisdom. 10 ' "" 1 . ,., is Gm As the present school year draws to a close marking the 35th year of its existance as a school and the 29th year in which its activities have been recorded in book form, Trin- ity High School stands on the threshold of a new era. But Whatever the future of the school may be, it is my sin- cere hope that the same Wholesome, friendly cooper- ative spirit that has made Trinity a unique institution may live on to inspire its future students to even great- er heights of achievement than those so far attained by their predecessors. J. :XRLIEGH JOHN Irvin Behanna Trinity High School, Assistant Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds. X111 4'-vor -welcome Jnzilf. Lenore M. Bristor Temple University, Cafeteria Management. Hn, that ruled the roost in Ihr laztrhen. John N. Crosbie Pennsylvania State University, B.S., Graduate work: Univer- sity of Pittsburgh, Advisor to Future Farmers of America, Vocational Agriculture. Tho diligent farmer planls trfm, of fwlziflz he himself fwlll 7lI'fU:"l' JN ilu' fruit. Stanley Dubelle Franklin and Marshall College, A.B. French, General Science. junior High Football Coach. Ain ounto of wi! is -worlh a pound of sorrofw. Marie N. Alexy Bethany College, A.B., Gradu- ate work: Univ e r s i t y of Pittsburgh, M. Ed., T-Club, Freshman Y-Teens, Assistant Director of May Day, Physical Education, Biology. if kind lzfarf ir mon' than a roronft. Agnes Auld University of Pittsburgh, B.S,, Graduate work: University of Pittsburgh, lVl.L., P h y s i C sg Chemistry. Tho rlzmnist in hit golrlfn fuiffws- szzpwlnrly blfxl, Milton T. Decker VVaynesburg C 0 l l e ge, HS., Graduate work: Pennsylvania State University, California State Teachers College, Physi- cal Education, Athletic Director. Tim Jffrfl of sufross it rrnutzuzry Io plH'p0JI'. Beverly J. Dunn VVashington Seminary junior College, Slippery Rock State Teachers College, B.S., Gradu- ate work: VVashington and jef- ferson College, Senior Y-Teens, junior Class Advisor, Director of junior Class Play, Go-To- College Club Advisor, Advisor to Cheerleaders, American His- tory, English, Commercial Law. .-75 1flI'I'I'jV as tim day is long. 12 Garnet D. Allison Slippery Rock State Teachers College, University of Pitts- hurgh, A.B., Graduate work: VVashington and jefferson Col- lege, Advisor to Trinity His- torians, Olympus Staff, World History. The dignity of his-tory. Emily M. Auld University of Pittsburgh, B.S., Graduate work: VVashington and jeHEerson College, Senior English. Thr' .vlzortfrt amfwrr it doing. Dorothy A. Burson Washington Hospital, Duquesne University, University of Pitts- burgh, Nurses Club, Nurse. AI lainvd nursz- is as good at any mndzdnr. William Clark Bucknell University, Pennsylva- nia State University, B.S., Agriculture. W'it and fwisdom arf born fwitlz a man. Lucille J. Heil Floyd H. Hootman Frances B. Huffman rs. Patricia Kingsley Jennie M. Ferralli Joseph Galanda Washington Seminary junior Collegeg Chatham College, A.B.g Graduate work: Pennsylvania State University, University of Pittsburgh, M. Ed. g Olympus Staff, Advisor to Trinity His- torians, Advisor to Senior Class, American History. Learned and lofvaly. Werner Gayvert Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds. .fl friendly smilr for all. VVilliam C. Good Carnegie Institute of Technol- ogy, B.F.A.g Graduate work Carnegie Institute of Technol ogy, M.F.A.g Director of Instrumental music. W'hat is morn exciting than flu sound of a band? Margaret Morrison Carnegie College, Carnegie Institute of Technology, B. S., Graduate work: University of Pittsburgh, Advisor to Future Homemakers of America, Cafeteria Club, Home Economics. Cookery is buome an art, Il noble sczrnce. .., intra, Carne ie Institute of Technology' g a.1 Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus. Assistant Football Coach. .-ilbsanl in body, bu! prfsfnt in Jplflf. Louise H. Good Carnegie Institute of Technol- ogy, B.F.A.g Girls and Mixed Choruses. .J spriylltly, singing lady. Indiana State Teachers College, B.S.g Graduate work: Waynes- liurg College, University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed., Commercial Clubg Olympus Stall, Shorthand, Typing. All is obtainable to Il willing lzcarl. John G. Lowery Washington and Jelferson Col- legeg Pennsylvania State Uni- versity, B.S.g Graduate work: University of Pittsburghg Advis- or to Future Farmers of Amer- ica, Agriculture. Each man Maps but lzis ofwn farm. 13 Cleon S. Hallam Vilashington and ,lellerson Col lege, A.B.q Graduate work Vllashington and jefferson Col lege, M.A.g University of Pitts burgh, Advisor to Olympus Staffg Problems of Democracy. Knofwlfdgf fomrs, but 'Lwisdom lzngcrs. VVasliington and Jefferson Col- lege, B.S.q Graduate work: Washington and jefferson Col- lege, Visual Education, General Science. Books must follofw sciflzces, and not sflanffs booles. Attended Susquehanna Universi- ty. Girlls Chorus, Mixed Chorus, General Music. A' lofzfaly lady. Winona McCullough Westminster College, B.B.A.g Graduate work: University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed.g junior Y- Teensg Advisor to Commercial Club. Ordfr gafvz' nach thing lviafw. James A. Moninger Washington and Jefferson Col- lege, B.S., Graduate work: Washington and jefferson Col- lege, University of Pittsburgh, Assistant Football and Basket- ball Coach, Baseball Coach, junior Class Advisor, English. Kindness and courtesy. Ruth A. Myers Muskingum College, A.B., Grad- uate work: Muskingum College, University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed., May Day Director, Advisor to the Hiller, English, journalism. Who casts to fwrite a lifving line, must slweat. Henry Reihner VVaynesburg College, B.S. Busi- ness Techniques, Gen'l Business Training, Equipment Manager, Sophomore Class Advisor, Wres- tling Coach. Nothing is impossible to a fwilling heart. Joseph M. Smith Washington and jefferson Col- lege, B.A., Graduate work: University of Pittsburgh, M. Ed., General Mathematics, General Science, Solid Geometry, Trig- onometry. Wlathematics, like truth, may ne-ver be truly learned. William R. McLhinney Westminster College, B.B.A., Graduate work: University of Pittsburgh, M. Ed., Assistant Football and Head Basketball Coach, American History, Civ- ics, Pennsylvania History. No legacy is so rich as honesty. Mary F. Mansbarger Waynesburg College, A.B., Al- gebra, Plane Geometry. Diligence is the mother of good fortune. Lillian F. Manor University of Pittsburgh, B.S., English, Art. Nothing is ewer accomplished fwithout enthusiasm. Wilma S. Mitchell Waynesburgh College, A.B., Graduate work: Washington and jefferson C ol l e g e, University of Pittsburgh, Bookkeeping, English. Honest labor hears a lofvely face. Martha E. Moninger Chatham College, University of Pittsburgh, A.B., G r a d u a t e work: Washington and jefferson College, Carnegie Institute of Technology! Advisor to Li- brarians Club, Library Science, Library. W'oe be to him fwho reads but one hook. Jack Rea Trinity High School, Assistant Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds. Speech is often regrettedj silence, nefuer. Paul Sedlak California State Teachers Col- lege, B.S., Graduate work: University of Pittsburgh, M. Litt., Director of Senior Class Play, Freshman Class Advisor, Commercial Geography, Earth Science. It matters not hofw long you live, but lzofw fwell. Lillian L. Smith Westminster C ol l e g e, B.S., Graduate work: Washington and jefferson College, Mathe- matics, Algebra. The -world is a Lwhecl and it fwill all come around right. 14 Margaret C. Spriggs Geneva College, A.B., Gradu- ate work: Pennsylvania State University, University of Pitts- burgh, M.Ed., Advisor to Latin Club, Sophomore Class Advisor, Latin. The mirror of all courtesy. Barbara M. Swaney Geneva College, A.B., Eng- lish, French. Language-quaint and olden. J. Howard Wilson Thiel College, B.S., Graduate work: Washington and jefferson College, M.A., Olympus Staff, Biology. Pfisdom is the principle llzing. Russell Manor Washington and Jefferson Col- lege, A.B., Carnegie Institute of Technology, B. F. A,, Graduate work: Carnegie Institute of Technology, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, General Music. Mr. Manor taught music as a sub- stitute during Mrs. Kingsley's absence. .Music is 'well :aid to lu' the fvoicv of angelx. Dorothy Sten Washington Seminary, Pennsyl- vania State University, B.S., Graduate work: Pennsylvania State University, Advisor LO Future Homemakers of Amer- ica, Advisor to Freshman Y- Teens, Home Economics. .4 fwoman plying her nffdlz' and zhrfad-xlilrllf Jtitrh! stitch! John E. Syrek Canterhurg College, B.S., Ad- visor to Senior Hi-Y, Assistant Football and Baseball Coach, Advisor to Senior Class, Driv- er's Training. Thr leindrsl man is doing fourt- Him. Margaret B. Wylie Washington Seminary, Cathe- dral School of Florida, Chatham College, A.B., Graduate work: California State Teachers Col- lege, Syracuse University, Eng- lish. To do tfwo things at once is to do Izritlzfr. 15 E 'K N E EZ ,,qmmm.m Q 'r W ? ? ? Z E5 M Y v Rv W V W V W wr 'v 'r V EZ 55 Nr ,Q S? sz me qu W mr W S5 'SZ EZ n a S? S? M Q? . 5 N I' 'x RV 354525 Y N X' W 'QBTQQQQQQQ 1. S Ywmrmzxmwmx S? M ULASSES President RONALD DAY Ronnie AcAoEMic-CoMMERciAr. Will br an Air Forrr man fwe hear . . . Wr' think he likes the girlx. junior Hi-Y 1, 2g Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 junior Playg Baseball 3, 43 Home Room Officer 25 Student Council 45 Olympus Staff 43 May Day 4g Hi-Y Oflicer 2, 3, 45 Class Olncer 4. Secretary BARBARA PAVKOVICH Barb COMMERCIAI. Will make her boss a good .mrretary . . . Enjoyx mofvies. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 4-Oflicerg Class Officer 2, 3, 43 Office Girl -lg Home Room Officer 2, 3, 43 Olympus Staff 4g Hiller Staff 3. SENIOR CLASS HISTORY lvhen we, the class of 1956, entered Trinity High School in the fall of 1952 there were ap- proximately 306 of us but as we approached the second semester of our Senior year we number- ed about 218. As we look back upon our four years at Trinity, we know that we will always be proud of the fact that we were once a part of this wonderful school. As Freshmen, our excitement mounted with each day we spent in school. The climax of the year was the election of class ofhcers and ad- visors followed by numerous other class activi- ties. Our oflicers and advisors follow: President ........ . . . George Robinson Vice President . . . .... Evelyn Poellot Secretary ..... ...... D onna Walker Treasurer .. ........ Carla Weaver Advisors .... Miss N. Joan Foster Mr. John E. Syrek VVe eagerly anticipated our Sophomore year as we felt that we were well acquainted with the school and were in a position to solve any prob- lem that might possibly arise. Of course, wc realize now that it was only a thought! At our organization meeting the following were elected as our class oflicers: President ...................... George Robinson Vice President .......... Gene Rush Secretary ...... ..... B arbara Pavkovieh Treasurer .. ............. Eleanor Miller Advisors .... .... M iss Jennie M. Ferralli Mr. John E. Syrek The social calendar for our Sophomore year consisted of a "Sock Hop", a Record Dance, and our class party. Then came our eventful Junior year. As upperclassmen at Trinity, we felt as though 18 CLASS we really owned the worldl Somehow it didnlt seem possible that time could tly by so quickly. VVe elected the following oliicers at our first class meeting: President ....... .. William Adams Vice President ........ Edward Bell Secretary ..... .... B arbara Pavkovich Treasurer ........... Linda Levers Advisors .. .. Miss Jennie M. Ferralli Mr. John E. Syrek Our Junior year represented everything we had hoped for and possibly more. Besides the excitement over our class play, "Peck's Bad Boy," we purchased our class rings-a big event in our lives. VVe also sponsored a "Sadie Hawkins Dancef' and, naturally the most thrilling of our class activities, this year-our Junior prom, "Realm Beneath The Sean. A successful class party brought our third year at Trinity to a close. Now we are Seniors-a period of mixed emotions, both happy and sad. Happy because of our many achievements as a class, and sad because of all the wonderful times we have had and know We will miss. Our class otlicers this year were: President ....... ...... R onald Day Vice President ..... Dennis Ankrom Secretary ..... Barbara Pavkovich Treasurer .... . ....... Evelyn Poellot We are looking forward to our Graduation and all the wonderful activities that are a part of it. We hope that we have left some pleasant memories to Trinity High School, because many are the cherished memories we take with us. Our Best Wishes to the classes that remain. 19 . .1 , ::"'sz'wiu.5: ,:. 5 teyyi Vice President DENNIS M. ANKROM Dennis the Menace IXCADEMIC His aim ir fo hafvf lots of money and happi- nrsr . . . Plans lo go fillzfr to follrgf or to a lradr' Jrllool. Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Oliicer 25 Vis. Ed. 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Room Otticer 2, 45 Student Council 25 Class Officer 4. Treasurer EVELYN MAY POELLOT Ev IXCADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Likzxf lo danrf . . . Hofmr to bf u nurse. Latin Club 1, 25 Student Council 15 Librarian 25 Home Room Oliicer 1, 3,45 Class Oflicer 1,45 Future Nurses Club 3, 4-OfHcer 35 Go-To-Cob lege Club 3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 4--Officer 45 History Club 3, 45 Olympus Staff 45 Progam Seller 35 Usher 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 May Day 4. Ellen Antel Red COMMERCIAL Boh Johnson, ealing sloppy joes, and sleeping rank high fwith Red . . . To li-ve on a farm is her main amlziiion. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Richard Bayer Rich .ACADEMIC-VOCATIONAL Collegefwill .claim him after graduaizon. Aims lo he an engi- neer . . . Likes to skate and sfwzm. jf. Hi--Y 2, sr. Hi-Y 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3,43 Officer 2g Hall Patrol 4. Edward Bell, Jr. Eddy ACADEMIC Plans on going lo college . . . Hopes someday lo he a million- azre. Wash Hi lg Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Olhcer 43 History Club 2, 3, 43 Ofhcer 4g May Day 35 Olympus Staff 43 Class Oihcer 3g Home Room Oflicer 4g Hall Patrol 4g Senior Play. Marlene Bleifus Mar ACADEMIC llflarriage is her plan . . . Churk is at the top of lhe lift . . . Wants io graduale. Majorette 3, 45 Home Room Ofh- cer 33 Latin Club 1, 2g Oflice Girl 35 Future Nurses Club Z, 33 Y- Teens 35 Hiller Staff 3. Sally Abajace Sally ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL One of our "high stepping" ma- joretles ..., 4 lms to he a good serrelary for some lurky man. May Day 2, Substitute Majorette 2, Majorette 3, 45 Home Room Oflicer 3, 4, Hiller Staff 33 Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Secre- tarial Club 3, 4, Oilicer 4. Eldora Anne Andrew Dorie ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Washinglon Hospital Srhool of Nursing fwill rlaim her after !1!1L11lIlfl07l . . . Dirk and sfwim- ming are her main interests . . . Wants to he a good nurse. Future Nurses Club 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretarial Club 3, 41 Hiller Stall 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4, junior Play, May Day 4, Office Girl 4. Beverly Bennington Jeannie GENERAI. Likes dancing, sfwimming, and sports . . . Plans to he a "num- hfr please" girl. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, T-Club 1, 2, FHA 1. Frank L. Brach Frankie ACADEMIC-GENERIXL Xlims lo make good money . . . Interested in hot rods . . . Would like Zo fwork, then go to serfviee. Band 3, 45 Home Room Officer 25 Senior Hi-Y 3. 20 William C. Adams Bucky ACADEMIC Thinks Wash-Hi girls are tops . . . Plans to join the Air Force . . . Hopes to he a major league hasehall player. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 3, Home Room Officer 3, May Day 3, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4. Theresa Angott Tessie COMMERCIAL Dancing, sfwimming, and Dafvid please her . . . To he a secre- tary is her aim. FHA, Y-Teens. Carroll Antill ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Plans to be a "Lumber Sales- man" . . . Someday fwill he a eontraetor . . . Thinks a certain girl is tops. Band 3, 4, Junior Hi-Y 1, 2., Barbara Beck Barb GENERAL You ha-ve seen her behind a counter at lllurphy's . . . To gel married is her main ambi- tion. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 'I'-Club 4, Officer 45 Office Girl 4. Wildon Bradbury Brad ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Aim is to fwork in Cleveland, Ohio . . . Likes all sports . . . Hopes to learn a trade. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 45 Home Room OH'icer 25 Student Council 2. Dorothy Breese Dottie ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAI. Hfter graduation she plans to be a good home-maker as Mrs. Robert Lynch. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Future Nurses Club 2, 35 Secretarial Club 3, 45 Odice Girl 4. Eileen Mae Brock Blondy COMMERCIAL Plans to get a secretarial ioh . . . Likes to dance and sfwzm. Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 25 Office Girl 35 Secretarial Club 3, 45 Olympus Staff 4. John Bungard Big John GENERAL Good looking girls are tops on the list . . . Would like to be a ranger or boxer . . . Plans to go to the Army or Air Force. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. Ida Braden ACADEMIC College twill claim her . . . To be a lab technician is her aim . . . Srwimming and horse back riding are tops. Home Room Officer 3, 45 Student Council 35 Go-To-College Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses 3, 45 Hiller Staff 35 Olym- pus Staff 3, 45 Moniter 25 Li- brarian 2. Marlene Brewer Mar COMMERCIAL College bound, to study teaching . . . Sfwimming, dancing, and boys are tops. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 45 FHA 1. Glenn Burnett Glenn ACADEMIC Plans to join the Air Force . . . Aim is to be a pharmacist. Band. Wilma Jean Caldwell Wilma 'VocATIoNAL-COMMERCIAL Likes to dance . . . lVill marry Roy. May Day 15 Home Room Oihcer 15 FHA 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 4. 21 Dolores Bryner Dolly ACADEMIC-CoMMERCIAL Likes music and making clothes . Hopes to go to college . . . Aims to be a stefwardess or nurse. Y-Teens 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 45 Usher 4. Melvin John Burchak Mel GENERAL Interested in all sports.. . . Wants to be a good engineer. Homer Byrd Ciscero ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Will study lafw . . . Wants to tra-vel . . I lllain interests are baseball, billiards, hunting and fshing. Vance Carter Huck GENERAL School or serfvice in the future . : . Cars, girls and food interest him . . . Hopes to make lots of money. ACADEMIC V. , Leonard Ciletti ACADEMIC Going to join the Hit' Force after graduation . . . Aims to be a millionaire. Latin Club 3, 4g Hi-Y 1, 2, Wrestling. Donald Coen Shorty ACADENIIC Plans to.go to the serfviee . . . Would like to he a pilot . . . Thinks dancing, sfwimming, and hunting are tops. Hi-Y. Theresa J. Comfort Shorty GENERAL Plans to marry Hofward . . . Wants to make a happy home . . . Likes books and .Y'lU17Il!IlZ!l-7. Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Room Otlicer 2, 4, Y-Teens 4. Dorothy May Cooley Dot COMMERCIAL Daneing, s-wimmring, and soft- ball are her spefial interests . . . Hopes to be a secretary. Y-Teens 4. Michael Comito, Jr. Mike Thomas Carter Tom ACADEMIC College fwill elaim. him after graduation . . . Nice to knofw. May Day 15 Football 1, 2, 45 Bas- ketball 1, 25 Latin Club 1, Z, junior Hi-Y 2. Mary Joan Christopher Mary COMMERCIAL Wants to get 11 job and make lots of money . . . Plans to be- tome a secretary. FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Art 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 4g Y- Teens 2, 3, 4. Going to join the Air Foree . . . Food, girls, and sports are tops . . . Aims to be the manager of a meat market. jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, Officer 2, History Club 2, 35 Home Room Otlicer 45 junior Playg Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Ofticer 3. Virginia Cooper Ginny Lee ACADEMIC .Musie,. dancing, and fwatehing fwrestling matehes seems to rank high . . . College bound . . . Hopes to be a Home Eeonomisf. Future Nurses 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. 22 Betty Jean Charlton Betts VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL Likes to danee and sfwim . . . To be a prifvate secretary is her ambition. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, Otlicer 23 Demonstration Team 25 junior Playg Student Council 2, 45 Home Room Officer 2, 45 Commer- cial Club 3, 4. Wanda June Christopher Wanda COMMERCIAL To be a beautifian is her plan . . . To ofwn a light blue Cadillac' is her aim. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2. Robert Clemens Enlisted in service. Mary Jane Colosi Babe COMMERCIAL California bound . . . Wants to he a seeretary . . . Daneing and sfwzmming interest her. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, -1-3 FHA 1. Gerald Czmiel Jerry Carolyn Grace Cornetti CDMMERCIAI. Entering nurses training . . . Sfwimming and daneing top her list of interests. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Oflicer 25 Of- lice Girl 25 Commercial Club 3, 45 History Club 2, 3, 45 Hiller Staff 35 Student Council 15 Olym- pus Staff 3, 45 T-Club 4. Rose Coughenour Rose COMMERCIAL llluslir, Skating, Coolfing, and sefwlng seem l7lfl'l'l'Jfl7Ig . . . Wants to join the lVomen ilia- fines. Y -Teens -l-5 FHA 1, 2. Connie Cox VoCA'I'IoNAL-COMMERCIAL Ray, daneing and popular musir satisfy her . . . Aims to he a good housewife after gradua- tion. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 35 Ol'l'icer 25 T-Club 3, 45 Oflicer 3, 4. Paul Crile GENERAL Interested in sports and lzunting . . . All-round athlete. Football 3, 45 WVrestling 1, 25 Ir. Hi Track Team 15 Hiller Staff 35 Sr. Hi-Y 4. RN - David Coughenour Dave GENER.XL. Plans to :work . . . Likes basket- ball, hunting, hshing, and tinleer- ing fwith :watches and tlofks. Carol Ann Cox COMMERCIAL Plans to gel married . . . Tony, haseball games, sfwimming, and popular reeords are tops. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Chorus 35 May Day 25 Librarian 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 35 Hiller Stall 3. . l,,. 'W Louise Claine Cunningham Louise COMMERCIAL Seeretarial fworle comes in the years to follow . . . Lilzes llflusie Wants to he happy. Wash High 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. Phyllis Ann Czmiel Phyl VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL Going to Penn Commercial . . . Aims to he a prifvate secretary. FHA 1, 2, 35 Officer 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Oflice Girl 35 Librarian 2, 3, 45 Officer 35 Student Council 2, 45 Secretarial Club 3, 45 Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 45 T-Clubg Of- ficer 45 May Day 1, 4. 23 David Clark Crawford Dave COMMERCIAL Going to the Air Forte . . . Likes food, food, and more food . . . Aims to get rich. Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Thomas C. Critchfield Tom COMMERCIAL-GENERIXIA Wants to he an. a-nnouneer . . . Interested in airlines and tele- fvision. Band 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 3, 4. GENERAL,-COMAIERCIAL Wants a job . . . Hopes to buy a ear . . . Aims to be a mechanzr or machinist . . . Interested in ears. Odell Dague GENERAL Odell's future plan is the Air Forfe . . . lllain interest is girls, girls, girls. junior Hi-Y5 Senior Hi-Y5 May Day 25 Football 3, 4. Ernie Dobscha Snowy GENERAI. Snofwy has quite a few interertf, maznly gzrls. Wants to ofwn his ofwn sports far. Home Room Officer 3. Joseph Dunn Joe ACADENIIC Girl: . . . Carr . . . Steak . . . Plant to be a millionaire. Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2. William Eckles Stubby VoCATIoNAI. Slubby fwants to graduate . . . Then join the Air Form. Ag. 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 1, 3, 45 Key- stone Farmer 45 judging Team 1, 25 Exhibit Team, Project VVinneI' 35 Football 3, -I-5 Wrestling 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y. Robert E. Evelsizer Bob , VOCATIONAL Bob fwanls to bcromo a million- azrz' . . . Lzkfs gzrlx and mrs. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. ,,. .,.. Donald Da Re Fritz COMMERCIAL-ACADEM IC Hopf: to br' a lllarinf . . . ls inlwfslfd in Jporff. Senior Play. Charles W. Devenney Chuck COMMERCIAL Wanls to managa l1l.r olwn busi- nfss . . . After lm makes his million, l1f'll lwe it up. Commercial Club 3, 45 Home Room Ofhcer 4. Jerry Evans Wally GENERAL Going to the army . . . Woizld like to llefome a State Polmo- man. FFA 15 Band 3, +5 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Charles Faust Chuck GEN ERAI. Going to tlzc Air Forrf . . . Lzkm Cars . . . Nlrf pfrxonalitv. 24 Catherine Desmond Kash Kuslz Likes .fparf History Club 3, COMMERCIAL -wanls lo gf! a job . . . to play roftball in her timf. Cluh, 2, 3, 45 Commercial -4-5 Senior Band 2, 3, 4. Virginia Deyell Virgie VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL Hopes to graduale and get mar- ried . . . Likrx to dance and .fkatrz FHA 1, 25 Hiller Staff 35 Y-Teens 45 Girls Chorus 4. Harold Doman Harold ACADEMIC Harold likex Ears . . . Wants to be a mechanic. Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Hall Patrol -1-. William Clayton Ealy Bill ACADEMIC Likm fwild life and muxic , . . Wants to ofwn his ofwn farm . . . Camf to ur from New York. Band 1. Connie Lee Fielder Connie CoMMERciAL Connie just fwants to get out of school 4. . . Will make a good beautiezan someday. Home EC. 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2. Evelyn Louise Ford Louise COMMERCIAL Future plan isuio be Bill's fioife . . . Likes music, and swimming. Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, 45 Home Ec. 2, Librarian 3, 4. Bette Fonner Withdrew Edward F. Friend Ed VocAT1oNAL Armed Forces . . . Then a farm- er . . . Likes ears, hunting, and yishing. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Demonstration Team 4. Beverly Finch Bev ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL W'ants to be a good housewife to Sam . . . Likes sfwimming, horses. Future Nurses Club 3, 4g History Club, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Officer 1, 3, Commercial Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, Z3 Olympus Staff 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Mixed Chor- us 1, 23 Librarian 2. Carroll Frazee VOCATIONAL Hopes to make a million . . . Will probably spend all of it on hunting equipment. FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2g junior Hi-Y 1, Z. William George fial. 25 Enlisted in service. Carol Lou Gray Carol ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Speeial interest is Louie . . . Likes to sfwim and dance . . . Wants to go to Penn Commer- May Day 23 Usher 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3. Etta Jane Freeman Etta Jane ACADEMXC Her ambition is to be a Nurse . . . Her special interest is Bill. Latin Club 1, 25 Band 2, 3, 4, History Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 3, 3, 4g Otlicer 49 Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Future Nurse's Club 3, 45 Olympus Staff 4, Home Room Oflicer 2, 4, Student Council 2, May Day 1, 2, 4. Dolores Ann Gaus Dee COMMERCKAL Hopes to fwork in an 0-WCB . . . Tlzen make Roy a good house- fwife. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3g junior Playg Com- mercial Club 3, 4. Jean Gibbons Jeanie AcADEMic Enjoys horsebaek riding . . . Plans to go to eollege. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Othcer 43 Nurses Club 3, 4, Nurses Oflice 3, Orchestra 1, 2. Ellen Jane Gray Janie COMMERCIAL Janie's ambition is to marry George . . . Likes to slwim and danee. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Rebecca Lee Haney Becky COMMERCIAL-VQCATIQNAL A quirt girl, Awho 'wants to go to rollcgn . . . Hopes to be a Homo Et. teacher. Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Home Ec. Z, 4. Thomas Harrington Tom GENERAI, Tom's ambition is to lm a mf- flvanif ..., 4 nd marry Ma1'gif, of course. Carl Hathaway Bud ACADEMIC Wants to go to follogo, and bn- come an architfrt . . . We hope he has sufcfss. jr. Hi-Y 25 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 45 Latin Club 25 History Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Hall Patrol 4. Samuel Hazlett Sam ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAI. Hopfs to join a band . . . Lifvf in Florida . . . We knofw l1c'll ha-vo grfat surfoss. Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Oilicer 45 Senior Hi-Y 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Senior Play, May Day 4. a ,.... Charles Richard Graham Dick GENERAL Alrmfd Forrfs , . . Tlzen fol- lfgr . . . Maier' a million and spfnd it all on girls. Junior Hi-Y 25 Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 Hall Patrol 45 Olympus Staff 4. Wilma Jean Hackney Jeanie COMMERCIAL To marry Jim is hor ambition . . , Will br a good house-wift' . . . Likfs to danfc. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 25 Junior Play5 Olympus Staff 3, 45 Hiller Staff 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Monitor 45 Future Nurses Club 45 Office Girl 4. K :Z ' :. . I 5 Jane Hathaway Janie ACADEMIC Janie is a quiet girl . . . But, oh, so nice . . . Hof ambition is to go to collcgf. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Go-To-College Club 45 Otlicer 45 Future Nurses Club 45 May Day 1, 2, 3, 45 Olympus Staff 3, 45 Program Seller 35 Monitor 35 Home Room Oflicer 2, 3, 45 His- tory Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 4. Carolyn Herron COMMERCIAL Carolyn fwill maler lin' boss fl sfwfot socrotary. f Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Student Coun- X, cil 2, 35 Commercial Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 May Day 3. , x X 26 VVilliam Groitsch Bill ACADEMIC Lilefs rars . . . Good food . . . Hoprs to be a lafwyfr. Mixed Chorus 1, Z, 35 jr. Hi-Y E, 25 Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 junior Play5 Home Room Oiiicer 1. Sandra Lee Hanam Sonnie CQMMERCIAL-ACADEMIC Sonnif fwants to go to Ponn Commorfial . . . Wants to bo a sffrftary. FHA 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 45 Usher 45 Olympus Staff 4. Ruth Hardie CoMMERC!AL Wants to lm a sefrotary . . . And that ring slzo-ws that slm'll soon bc Georgcfs fwifo. FHA 15 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Com- mercial Club 3, 45 History Club 2, 3, 45 Olhce Girl 2, 35 Olympus Staff 4. Janice Hart Janice VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL Janicr's rfal ambition is to be a tflfphone operator . . . And in lmr spore time sl1e'll danuf and sfwim. Home EC. 1, 25 Y-Teens 4. George Hickman COMMERCIAI.-:XCADEMIC George is interested in sports . . . Wants to go to college. Football 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 3, 4g Home Room Oflicer 45 junior Hi-Y. Mona Lee Hickman Mona COMMERCIAI. Mona fwants to be happy . . . Likes to play rerords, and babv szt. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 4. Betty Howard S uggie VOCATIONAI. Suggie fwants to become a beau- tieian . . . Likes to skate also. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Angela Hunter Angie ACADEMIC Wants to go to college to be 11 teacher . . . Likes to hafve fun. Nurses Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Office Girl 3g Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. Gearld Wood Hickman GENERAL Likes good times . . . To be- eome a pilot is his fwish. Band 3, 4. Barbara Hogg Barb COMMERCIAI. Barb's ambition is to be a see- retary . . . And marry Bill, 'we all think. Band 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Go-Tw College Club 3, 43 Monitor 33 District Band 3, Home Room Of- ficer 3. Sophie Hurzon GENERKI Wants to be an Airline Hostess likes to travel Would lzkf to lz-ve in Florida Y-Teens 1' Home Room Ofhcer 1 2 3 4' T-Club 3 4' May Queen Dale Johnson Goose ACADEMIC Plans on joining the Air Foree . . . Wants to be a millionaire someday. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 3, jr. Hi-Y lg Home Room Officer 3. 27 Caroline June HuEord Sis GENERAL Sis's ambition is to fwork. Y-Teens 4. Ronald Hupp Ron COMMERCIAL Ambition is to get through eol- lege . . . Dolores is Ron's future plan. Harold Ivery COMMERCIAI, Ambition is to be a singer . . . Be a great one, fwe all bet. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track lg Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, County Chorus 1. David Lee Johnson Dave ACADEMIC He fwants to.ofwn la nefw car . . . Plans to join Azr Force . . Likes girls. Wrestling lg Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 3, 4. COMMERCIAL Wilma Karaula Wilma COMMERCIAL Plans to hecomo a good secre- tary . . . Likes lo play the piano. FHA 1, History Club 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Olympus Ad Stall 4. James Kelly Jim VocATIoNAI. Wants to lu' a dirscl mechanic. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1. James L. Knestrick Skip ACADEMIC To go to collogf is his aim . . . Wants to lu' a psychiatrist some- day . . . Likes to hunt. jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, Ollicer 2, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Council 2, Home Room Officer 2, 3, Junior Play, Wrestling 1, 2, Science Club lg Baseball Manager. Betty Kottner Betsy ACADEMIC Going to Nursfs Training . . . Likes to oat cliitkfnllurgcrs. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Ofiicer 3, 45 T-Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Orhcer 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Ollicer 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4, May Day 3, 4, Program Sell- er 3, Monitor 35 Home Room Oth- cer 2, 4, Ofhce Girl 4. Priscilla Knestrick Pat Shirley Ann Johnson Biz COMMERCIAL To -work in hor bl'0fllL'l'I.Y hrauly shop . . -. Thinks .lim is tops . . . Ambition is to get married. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. 1, 23 Hiller Stall: 3, Future Nurses Club 4. John Jubas Jubas GENER.XL Plans to he a mechanic . . . Likrs cars. Home Room Ollicer 3, Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4. Plans to go to collfgf . . . Likes to danco. FHA 2, Home Room Officer 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 4. Carolyn Laws Lawsy CQMMERCIAI. To bc II good srcrftary is her aim . . . Likrs dancing and food. Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, -lf, Senior Play. 28 Robert Jones Bob .ACADEMIC-VOCATIONAL To join tlm Air Force is his plan . . . Likcs hunting, fishing, and girls . . . And a good joh. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, -I-Q jr. Hi-Y 1, Hall Patrol 4. Michael Kanotz Mike ACADEMIC Plans to go lo .college . Wants to- he a clzcmical engineer. . . . Lzkcr fshtng and short girls. History Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, FFA 1, 2, junior Play. Clara Kelly GENERAL To he a hookkeoper . . . Going to Penn Commercial College . . . Likes to cook and se-w. Y-Teens 3, 43 Cafeteria 2, 45 Officer 4, Office Girl 3, FHA l, 2, 3, -L, May Day 4. Duane L. Kiger Duane GENERAL Plans to go places . . . Likes cars, hunting, and fshing. Linda Levers Linda AACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL To be a beaufy operator is lzrr aim . . . Likes to slwim and danre. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Home Room Oflicer 1, 23 Class Oflicer 35 Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 2, 35 T-Club 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Student Council 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2. Ronald Lindsay Ronnie CQMMERCI.-Xl, Alims fo be in an orclzesfra . . . Wanls to enlist in the serfwu' . . . Likes muszr, and rars. Band 3, 4. Thomas Linton Tom ACADEMIC-GENERAL To go Z0 tlze Nafvy is lzis aim . . . Likes automobiles . . . Wants someday to ofwn a clzain of jilling stations. Ralph Littleberry COMMERCIAL To join the Mar'ines is his aim. Band 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y 4, Football Manager 1, 2, Baseball Managerg Wrest- ling Manager 1, 2. Shirley Lindley Shirley CQMMERCIAL To gr! a joll and be surcessful is her fwish . . . Likes sguare danfing and popular muszf. Y-Teens 4, History Club 3, 4g Commercial Club 3, 4, Usher 4. Margaret Linn Margie :XCADEMKC To be a lady in fwllite is ller ambiiion . . . Likes sfwimming, danfing, and popular musir. May Day 1, 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 41 Latin Club 1, 2, History Club 3, 4, Oflicer 43 Go-to-College Club 3, 4, Oflicer 45 Senior Band 2, 3, 43 Student Council 3, +L Home Room Ollicer 3, 4g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Orlicer lg Olympus Staff 3, 4, Oflice Girl 4, Senior Play. Elma Anna Loar .Ellie COMMERCIAL Will marry Slug and be a good lzouseswzfe .I . . Likes danezna and sfwzmmzng. Home Ee. lg Y-Teens 1, 4. Richard Merle Loughman Dick GENERlXI. To get a good job and lmy a rar is his aim . . . Likes hunting and fishing. 29 Henry Liston Hank ACADEMIC Aims to go to rollege . . . Likes sfwimming, eating, and girls. jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, sf. Hi-Y 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, County Chorus 3, 4. Theodore Littleberry Teddy GENERAL Plans Zo go to college . . . Likes food, girls, money, and clothes. Home Room Officer lg Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 43 VVrestling 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 43 Band 3, Track 1. John Loughman John ACADEMIC To go la rollege and be a doctor is-his aim . . . Likes music and .H'lI'7lfl'. Band 2, 3, 4, State Band 45 State FFA Band 2. Carolyn Kathleen Lyke Carolyn GENERAL Plans on bring a seamstress . . . Wanls to someday design clothes . . . Likes dancing, and lo fwrite lrllers. Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. fXCADEMlC-COM MERCIAL Marie Mazza Boots COMMERCIAL Ambition is to be a secretary . . . Likes'to dance, and sfwim . . . Main interest is Tony. FHA 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2. Glenn McCauley Coke COMMERCIAL Likes girls, sports and money. Basketball 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y. Lloyd McCormick Sonny ACADEMIC Plans on going to college . . . Wants to be a mechanical engi- neer . . . Likes music, and sports. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2. Daniel McKay Danny GENERAL Likes Senior English . . . Plans to join the Air Force . . . Would like to fwork on radio and tele- vision. Martha Ann McGaughey Marcy Jo Ann Lyons Jo .ACADEMIC Plans to go to college . . . lVants to become a 'surgical nurse . . . Likes dancing and sfwimming. Go-To-College Club 3, 45 Oflicer 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Oflicer 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Flagtwirler 35 Majorette 45 May Day 1, 3, 45 Olympus Staff 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 3, 4. Sara Roberta Maryland Pluckie ,ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Plans to enter uni-versity and -be- come a doctor . . . Likes skating. Latin Club 15 Y-Teens 1. Plans to attend college . . . Likes horseback riding . . . enjoys driv- ing . . . Likes sharp clothes. FHA 15 May Day 1, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 45 Oflice Girl 2, 45 Hiller Staff 35 Student Council 45 junior Play. Judith McKay Judy ACADEMIC-CoMMERC1rxL Plans on being a secretary . . . Likes dancing and sports. May Day 15 Secretarial Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 T-Club 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 3, 45 Li- brarian 25 Olympus Staff 3, 45 Hiller Staff 35 Substitute Flag- twirler 3. 30 H. George Mancini Chief VocAT1oNAr. Future plans are to get drafted . . . Afterfward be a salesman . . . Likes girls 1-with red hair. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. Carl Maurer Munch ,ACADENUC W'ill be a good chemist someday . . . Likes hunting and fishing . . . Someday fwishes to hunt big game in Africa. James McAdams Jim ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Would like to 'work in a foreign country. Student Councilg Home Room Of- ficer5 Basketballg jr. Hi-Y5 Hall Patrol. Emmett McCollum Butch .ACADEMIC To he a machine contractor is his aim . . .r W'ants to join .the Army . . . Lzkes cars, and girls. FFA 1, 2, 35 Concession Stand 3. James McVay Jim VOCATIONAL Wants .to bf a mofhanic . . . Likes girls and fars. Vis. Ed. 2, 3, +5 FFA 1, 2, 3, -tg Hi-Y. Geraldine Mellars This -'wall likfd Sfnior mofvml to Ohio. Cafeteria Management 1, 2, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3. George Mihalovich GENERAL Likes sports . . . Wants to got a good job. Eleanor Miller Baby Doll COMMERCIAL Wants to he a nursr' . . . Liters s-wimming, dancing and sports. Home Room Officer 15 Nurses Club 45 Student Council lg May Day 1g Librarian 3, +5 Oflicer 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 45 Ol'l'lcer 35 Home EC. 1, Hiller Staff 3. Robert Meek Bob GEN ERAL Plans on bring a mfrlzanir . . . Lilers sports. Albert Metzner Al 1ACAlJEMlC-COMMERCI'XL Plans on going to rollrgr . . . Wants to lar a salfsman . . . Lileas rars and outdoor artiivitirs. Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 Oilicer -lg VVrestling 2, 3. Mary Ann Miller Football 3, 4g Band 31 Futura plan is tht' lllarines . . . Spaczal intcrfst is Betty Jean. 1, 2 ling 2, 35 junior Hi-Y 2. Mamie CiENERAl. Lilers dancing and sfwifnming . . . Iffants to be a inode! . . . Niro pfrsonality. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Home EC. 1, 2, 3. Raymond Montgomery Fuz GENERAL Q Wrest- Raymond Mikuta Ray GENERAI, Plans on going to collcgc . . . Lilefs sports. Football 2, 3. Georgia Ann Miller COMMERCIAL Camo to us from Waynasburg . . . Hopfs to br' a secretary. Chorus 2, 35 Alpha Tri Hi-Y 3: Beta Tri Hi-Y 2, Chorus pianist 3. William Miller Bill VOCATIONAL Plans on joining a branrh of snr-vim . . . Wants to be a car- penter . . . Likfs to hunt. ' FFA 1, 2, 3, -tg Demonstration Team 4. Margaret Moore Marg VocATioNAL-GENERAL Har ambition is to go to beauti- cian school . . . Likes to rat and dance. FHA 1, 2, 3g Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Home Room OHicer 25 Usher 4. ff ' N Shirley Mounts COMMERCIAL Hfanls .lo do serretarial fwork . . . Likes lo danre . . . Likes sharp flothes. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Usher 4, Of-- lice Girl 4, Future Nurses Club 4. Flora Edith Myers Edith ACADEMIC Enjoys playing the piano . . . Plans to be a nurse. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 4, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Olympus Staff 4, Hiller Staff 3, Monitor 4, Nurses Ofhce 4, History Club 2, 3, 4. Ida Jane Nelan Id's COMMERCIAL-VQCATIQNAL To be an airline lzosless . . . Likes dancing and good food. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, FHA 2, 3, Home Room Oflicer 3, Future Nurses Club 3, 4. Margaret O'Donnell Peggy ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Peggy likes to ha-ve fun . . . Hopes to be eitlzer a sfrrelary or llookkeeper. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, OFF1cer 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Commercial Club 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4, May Day 3, OfFce Girl 3, 4. William Morgan Bill GENERAI, Hopes Io get Il job fwiilz llzr- Iifll Trleplzone Company . Bill's ambition is to drlfve 171 nzolor- ryrle I'IIl'I'J. FF.-X 1, 2. Beverly Ann Morrison Bev .XCADEMIC Wants to go Io follegf . . . Bwfv's amlzilion is to lzeromf a labora- tory iefhnifian . . . Likes lo skate and danre. May Day 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Ollice Girl 3, 4, Usher 4. Jacquelyn Ann Morris Jackie GENERAT, Jarkir plans lo allena' follfge . . . find lu' a fashion designer . . . Likes dancing and arl. Majorette 4, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Ofiicer 4, May Day 3, FHA 2, Wash-Hi 1, History Club 4, Senior Play. Donald Mosier Donnie CiENER.XL Interested in ears, money, and girls . . . His ambition is lo make a million dollars . . . Plans lo join the Nafvv. Home Room Oliicer 4, May Day 4. Helen Noble One of our marrifa' girls . . . Likes being a lzousefwife. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 4. Joanne Olcott Joanne ACADEMIC Going to foliage . . . Likes mrs . . . Thinks danfing is fun. Y-Teens, Latin Club, Future Nurses Club. GENERAL 32 Ruby Mae Munchie VoCAT1oNAL-COMMERCIAL Hopes to be a seamstress . . . Likes, all sports and square danrzng. FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Oilicer 1, 2, Dem- onstration Team 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Nurses Club 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Usher 4, Mixed Chorus 4. Fay Myers Fay VQcA'r1oNA1.-COMMERCIAL Likes :wrestling and football. FHA 1, 2, 3, Home Room Ollicer 2' Y Teens 2 3 -I- v ' ' v y - Louise Patricia Oliverio COMMERCIAL Wears a diamond on that im- portant fingfr . . . Plans to got marricd after graduation. May Day 2, FHA 1, 2. Dorothy Jean Patterson Dottie VQCATIQNAL-ACADEMIC Hopcs to attfnd follegc . . . Wants to be a Homr Er. tfaflzrr . . . Likcs to sfwim, horsfback ride, and sefw. Home Room OH'icer 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Z, 3, 4, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Ofhcer 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Of- Hcer 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, Ofiice Girl 4. Twila Mae Paul Twila COMMERCIAL Intorfstfd in boys, danfing . . . Would likr to br a lmautirian. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, May Day 1, Hiller Static 3, Fu- ture Nurses Club 4, Usher 4, Senior Play. Ann Elizabeth Plany Ann ACADEMIC-CQMMERCIAL Enjoys danring . . . Aims to bc a good secretary. Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Home Room Otlicer, Commercial Club 3, 4, Future Nurses Club, County Chorus 4, May Day 2, 4. Lillian Marie Park Lil .ZlCADEMlC'COMMERCl.ll, Plans to go to follrgf . . . Likrs to danfr. May Day 1, 2, 4, FHA 1, Oflice Girl 2, History Club 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Ollicer 3. Ray Patterson Ray ACADEMIC Futurf Marino . . . Likfs to lfavr' Il good tzmf. Band 3, 4, junior Play, Sr. Hi-Y, Hall Patrol. QP' Betty Jane Porter Betty Jane VQCATlONAI,-COMMERCIAL Hopfs to he a srrretary . . . Likfs to sfwim and danrz' . . . Quint and nick. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, Ofiice Girl 3, 4, Olympus Staff 4, Commercial Club 3, 4. David Powell Joinod Armed Forfrs. 33 Frances Pettit Fritzie ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Likes Donny . . . Roads . . . . Pfans to ln' a Rfgistffred Nursc . Wants to ofwn a rar. Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 3. Don Pollard Si Would likc to attfnd college . . . Likfs lafw, thorcforr' 'would like to be a State Policfman . . . Sharp drfssar. Hall Patrol 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Track 1. George Postlethwait George CoMMERc1A1, Likes Ellfn Jana . . . Wants a nrfw Oldsmobile . . . Nice boy . . . W'ould liko a job at lllcllon Bank. Sr. Hi-Y. Lila Powell GENERAL Full of fun . . . Likes to .sfwirn . , . Hopfs to be a lzoautzczan. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, Hill- er Staff 3, Majorette 3, 4. William Renz Little Sip GENERAL He likes to hunt and fish . . . Plans to join the army . . . Would like to get rich quirk. Patricia Riggs Patty COMMERCIAL Palty's interest is Ted .... Wants to be a secretary. Y-TECHSQ Mixed Chorus3 Librar- ian. Estelle Roberts Tillie VOCATION AL She is interested in danfing and Bob . . . Ambition is Io ofwn a far and home. Y-Teens 23 FHA 1, 2, 33 Cafe- teria Club 3, 43 Oflicer 4. George Robinson, Jr. Bobbie GENERAL His special interest is sports. Football 1, 23 Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 23 Class Ollicer 1, 23 Sr. Hi-Y, Home Room Officer 1, 2. Mildred Rebecca Quail Becky COMMERCIAL She likes square danring .and skating . . . Her amb1tzon IJ to bfromr a serrftary. Band 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 3, 43 May Day 2. Dorothy Annette Reed Dot COMMERCIAL She likes danring and singing . . . Her ambztzon is to get afway from Pennsylfvnnia. Thomas Roberts Hez ACADEMIC Likes hunting and hshing . . . To be a brirklayer is his ambi- lion. Football 1, 2, 3. Prestine Robinson Pres Com MERCIAI,-VQCATION AL She likes to skate, danrr' and s-wim . . . Her ambition and fu- ture plans are to be a typisz or flerk. FHA 1, 23 Cafeteria 2, 33 May Day 23 Commercial Club 43 jun- ior Play. 34 Lois Ann Rea Lois VOCATIONAI.-COMMERCIAL Her interests are marching and rlaneing . . . Wants to be a re- reptzonzst. FHA 1, 23 Officer 1, 23 Home Room Olhcer 1, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Office Girl 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 Majorette 3, 43 May Day 4. Audrey Reighard ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Go-To-Cob lege Club 3, 43 History Club 2, 3, 43 Forensic League 3. Frederisk Joseph Ricker Fred ACADEMIC Likes square danring and hunt- ing . . . Going to jolin thelNavy . . . Hopes to get rzrh quick. Constance Ringer Connie COMMERCIAL She likes art and skating . . .. Iflans to go to -work . . . lqlllbl- tion is to be a secretary. May Day 13 Y-Teens 1, 23 FHA 1. Stephen Romanolf Steve ACADEMIC Plans to attend college . . . ln- terested in becoming a lafwyer. Robert W. Roupe, Jr. Bob GENERAL His likes are hunting, fishing, cars and girls . . . His ambition is to see the Lworld. Sarah Jean Rush Chicken COMMERCIAL Likes dancing and skating . . . Plans to get a job and hopes to be a secretary. Rosalyn Scott Rose ACADEMIC Likes to bake, dance and hafve fun . . . Plans to enter nurses training. Latin Club 1, 2, History Club 2, 3, 4, Oilicer 3g Future Nurses Club 3, 4g Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Flag- twirler 3, Head Majorette 45 Home Room Ollicer 2g Librarian 2, Monitor 33 Olympus Staff 3, 4, May Day 2g Senior Play. Daniel Ross Dan VOCATIONAT. Dan's ambition is to be I1 me- rhanic. FFA. Gene Rush Geno ACADEMIC Likes sfwimming and girls . . . Hhzs ambition is to be a telc- fvzszon engineer . . . Plans to join the serfvice. Basketball 1, 2, jr. Hi-Y 25 Class Oflicer 23 Olympus Staff 3, 45 Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4g May Day Z. Elmer Seargeant Elmer ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Plans to fwork and then go to college . . . W.ould like to be a teacher or minister. Home Room Oflicer 1, Student Council lg Latin Club 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4. Theda Simms Theda COMMERCIAL Likes to skate and dance . . . Intends to marry Chuck. Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Chorus 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. 35 Vivian Salsberry Vivian VDCATIDNAI.-GENERAL Music is fwhat she is interested in . . . Plans to be a secretary . . . Thinks Julian is tops. FHA 1, 2, Oilicer 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Ollicer 1g Olympus Staff 43 District Band 45 County Band 4. Ruth Scott Ruth ACADEMIC Likes sei-wing and Dafoe . . . Ambition is to become a nurse. Home Room Officer 1, 25 Student Council lg Band 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 History Club 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 43 Go-To- College Club 3, 43 Olympus Staff 3, 4, Monitor 2g Oflice Girl 43 May Day 4. Lawrence Seible Larry GENERAL Larry's ambition is to make his second million. Ir. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: sf. Hi-Y 4, Track 1. Dolores Slavikosky Dolly CQMMERCIAL Likes music . . . Going to Penn Commercial . . . Hopes to get a good job. FHA 13 Y-Teens 2, 35 Commer- cial Club 3, 4. CQMMERCIAI. Richard Stickle Dick ACADEMIC Dick likes girls . . . Ambition is to be a mechanical engineer. Basketball 1, Z, 31 Track 1, Hall Patrol 4, Sr. Hi-Y. Beatrice Taylor Rea ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Going to college . . . Hopes to make lots of money. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Commercial Club 3, 4. Harry Thomas Harry V. VOCATIONAL Withdrefw. Joyce Vajentic COMMERCIAL Plans to be a stenographer . . . Wants riches too. Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Orches- tra 1, 2g May Day 1, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Olympus Stafi 3, 45 Hiller Staff 3, Student Council 35 Home Room Officer 35, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Senior Play. Dolly Wilma Unrue Dolly Sara M. Smith Smitty COMMERCIAL Likes mofvies and hockey . . . Would like to be a stenotypist or a practical nurse. Future Nurses Club 45 Girls Chorus 3, 4. Gaylord Sprowls Cub ' GENERIXI. He seems to- be interested in a particular glrl from llfash Hi . . . Cub fwould like to stay out of trouble . . . Plans to join the Jlarines. Wants to fwork, then be a good housefwzfe . . . Interested in her church fwork. Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Y-Teens 1. Virginia Veltri Virgie COMMERCIAL Wants to he a commercial artist . . . Trinity's Rembrant . . . Plans to go to college. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Oliicerg Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 35 Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Begin- ners Chorus 1. 36 Anna Marie Spino Anna CQMMERCIAI. Likes sfwimming and trafveling . . . Plans to go to California . . . Almbition is to he a beauti- cian. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, FHA lg Monitor 4, Usher 4. Reita Sprowls Tootsie Com MERCIAI.-VQCATIQNAL Iler interests are horseback rid- ing, reading, and sfwimming . . . Ambition is to be a secretary or teacher. FHA 1, 2g Y-Teens 2, 4. James Tau Jim ACADEMIC Plans to go to Penn State . . . Likes toltrafvelt. . . Would like to get rich qu1ck. David Tenney ACADEMIC Going to college to ,study to be an aeronautical engineer. Hall Patrol 45 Latin Club, His- tory Club. Jerry Vinisky Jerry GENERAI, Anxious to get out of .vehool . . . Plans to go to serfvlre. Football. Robert Wade Bob VoCAT1oN.xL Withdi'efLU. Donna Walker Withdrew CQMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Ofiicer 15 Home Room Ofbcer 1, 25 Nurses Club 35 Librarian 15 F. H. A. Dorothy Ward Dottie CQMMERCIAL Likes to square dame . . . Plans to travel in her neiw far when she gels il. Librarian 3, 45 FHA 15 Y-Teens 4. Jerry Von Scio Jerry GENERAL Plans to join the Air Force . . . Likes to hunt and fish. Donna Waldygo Donna ACADEMIC Plans to enter Nurses Training. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Oflicer 25 Home Room OFHcer 1, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Majorette 3, 45 junior Play5 May Day 1, 25 Hiller Staff 35 Future Nurses Club 4-, Oliicer 45 FHA 15 Senior Play. Linn Weaver Linn ACADEMIC-VoCA1'1oNA1. Wants to he a "Big Wheel" . . . Plans to go to college. Home Room Oflicer 45 Sr. Hi-Y 4, Otlicer 45 Keystone 45 Demonstra- tion Team 45 Project Winner 35 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Oiiicer 2, 4. Norma Jean Wiley Jeanie CQMRIERCIAI, Tiny . . . Friendly . . . Likes musir. FHA 1, 2. 37 Donald W. Ward Don ACADEMIC Wants to get an eduration and make lots of money. Football 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 45 Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Hi-Y 3, Ali FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 35 Student Council 1, 3, 4, Of- ficer 45 May Day 15 Latin Club 3, 4. Robert Wardle Bob GENERAL Going lo the Nafvy . . . Wo-uld like to get u good job . . . Likes to sfwim. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Ronald White Whitey GENERAL Plans to join the Air Force . . . Interested in a speeial girl . . . Would like to be a tele-vision meehanie. June Wilkinson ACADENHC Thinks John is pretty nice . . . Hopes to make a good house- fwife. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Go-To-Col- lege Club 3, 45 Monitor 35 Future Nurses Club 3, 4. Carl Yates Carl VOCATIONAL Hopes .to pass Senior English . . . Wzll make a good carpenter. FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Demonstration Team 4. Janet Mae Zecker Janet ACADEMIC Plans to enter nurses training al Merry Hospital . . . W'ill make a good nurse. Go-To-College Club 3, 45 Librar- ian 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, Z5 Future Nurses Club 3,4. David Robert Wilson Dave COMMERCIAL Interested in attending engineer- ing sfhool . . . Likes io dame. VVrestling 1, 25 Football 1, 25 jr. Hi-Y5 sr. Hi-Y. Madeline Worlyn Maddie GENERAL Would like to be a lleautirian . . . A cute elzeerleader . . . Likes to dance. FHA 1, 25 T-Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Hiller Staff 35 Cheerlead- er 2, 3, 4. Wie 38 Merle Winfield COMMERCIAL Main interest is Duane . . . Would like to get a good job. Y-Teens 35 Office Girl 4. Suzanne Wilie Suzy ACADEMKC Would like to lzefome a nofvelisl . . . Plans to go to college. Future Nurses Club 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Hiller Staff 35 Latin Club 25 Go-To-College Club 3, 45 May Day 1, 4. Richard Young Rich CoMMERcmL Plans to marry Andree . . . Going to join the Nafvy. Joe R. Zipko Zip VocAT1oNAL Plans to enter serfvite . . . Wants to lzeforne a millionaire. FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Home Room Officer 1. 4 1 WWFJC -f':H1.5:f3'ffl..':'5 'HZ' " .- hir'-Sr "I-2i'?'?1E'1-Ii. " ' -. ,-'Ir .,...... . ..:-mak:g5q:s-1..:a V, ' - - .-we w I ' 'E:. " .:E:::":1" ,r--sf? xi at fi i , sf .- if: fgf53E55?Q1?lr1e ,,,-1.,f.-,f fimwwi ,5.is5?N5.fr1s President PAUL REDINGER Jack ACADEMIC 'lYou're too Cute" Football 2, 35 May Day 15 Sr, Hi-Y 35 Basketball 15 Class Oflicer 2, 35 Home Room Ofhcer 2. Jack is planning on going to rollfgf. Secretary LINDA LIVINGSTON Linda VOCATIONAL-ACADEMIC 'fOh, Dear!" Y-Teens 2, 35 May Day 1, 25 Go-To-College Club 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Oflicer 25 Home Room Officer 2, 35 Class Oiiicer 35 F.H.A. Demon- stration Team 25 Future Nurses' Club 35 Olympus Staff 35 Hiller Staff 35 Y-Teens Officer 3. Linda fwill .vomeday be Il sfhaol traflzfr. 4 415W , , Y. JUNIUH CLASS HISTORY Our Freshman year at Trinity High School found us very eager to begin our high school career. We were somewhat lost and bewildered our first year, but we soon felt very much at home. This year our class was under the capable leadership of the following officers and advisors: President ....... Victor Miscio Vice President .... Mary Lyons Secretary ....... Patty Brooks Treasurer .......... Ruth Kirk Advisors ..... Miss Beverly Dunn Mr. James Moninger The year 1954-55 found us busy planning such things as the dance after the football games and our class party. Our oflicers during our Sophomore year were: President ....... ...... I 'aul Redinger Vice President .... Rose Ann Romano Secretary ....... ........ M ary Lyons Treasurer ........ Karen Moon Advisors ..... Miss Beverly Dunn Mr. James Moninger The enrollment of the class of '57 now stands at 259 members. Our Junior year has brought many activities and highlights to our high school days. The Junior Play and the annual Junior 40 CLASS Prom were two of the outstanding events of the past year. blembers of the class have displayed mucli enthusiasm in all of their endeavors and are eagerly anticipating the exciting whirl of activi- ties during the senior year. Our officers during our Junior year: President ....... Vice President .... Secretary ..... Treasurer . . . Advisors . .. .... Paul Redinger Calvin Henry Linda Livingston Virginia Miles . Miss Beverly Dunn Mr. James Moninger I f' ' 3 fax A A Vice President CALVIN HENRY llleai Ball COMMERCIAL "WVell, I'll Declare" Football 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 25 Sr. Hi-Y 33 Home Room Oilicer 1, 2, 35 Class Ollicer 3. Calfvin has high hopes for ll frfw years on lhc high JMU. Look out Nwvy! Treasurer VIRGINIA MILES Virginia ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL t'Well whadda ya know?" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Officer lg Go-To-College Club 33 Future Nurses' Club 35 Hiller Staff 33 May Day 15 Home Room Of'l'icer 35 Class Oliicer 3g Librarian 2, 33 Oflicer 3. firginirz fwantr to hr a .vffrrtzzry in the fulurw. T, M Iola Ackroyd Ike COMMERCIAL "Speak For Yourself" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 115 May Day 1. Iola fwants to befome a sefretary after graduating from Penn Com- inertial. Judith Anderson Judy ACADEMIC Hlndubitablyr' Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Home Room Officer 15 Latin Club 1, 25 His- tory Club 2, 35 Olympus Staff 35 Program Seller 35 F.T.A. 3, Ofhcer 35 Go-To-College Club 35 Hiller Staff 3. Al Math teacher is ineluded in Judy's plans for the future. Alice Jane Andrews ACADEMIC 'ADon't Be S0 Slowl' Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 15 Future Nurses' Club 35 Hiller Staff 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2. To he a lady in fwhite is Alice's desire. Jerry Ault Carrot GENERAL t'Don't Be Nice"' Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling S5 Sr. Hi-Y 35 Home Room Oflicer 3. Jerry plans to join the Nafvy after high sthool. Henrietta Behanna Etta VQCATIONAL-CQMMERUAI. 4'Dick Honey" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1. In the future Henrietta plans to marry Dirk. Ursula Bellotti Urs. VQcAT1oNAL-CQMMERc1AL "How Sharpl' Y-Teens 2, 35 May Day 25 Home Room Officer 25 Major- ette 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3. Ursula's ambition is to become a secretary. Lois Alley Lois ACADEMIC UWherels Jim?" Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 15 Go-To-Col- lege Club 35 Future Nurses' Club 35 Program Seller 35 His- tory Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 3. After graduation Lois plans to become a nurse. Jimmie Andrews Jim VocArioNAL "Isn't That Amazing?" F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Officer 2, 35 judg- ing Team 25 Hi-Y 2, 35 Home Room Oilicer 1, 3. Jimmie wants to become a mefhanif. Gene Ault GENERAL "Be Nice" Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 35 Sr. Hi-Y 3. It's anfhors afway for Gene after graduation. Judith Barrett Judy ACADEMIC "It Had To Happen Sooner Or Later" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 History Club 2, 35 Go-To-College Club 35 F.T.A. 35 Program Seller 35 Oliice Girl 3. Judy should make a good cook, for she fwants to he a home ee. teacher. Nancy Louise Bell Nancy ACADEMIC-CQMMERCIAL "Oh Shurcks!" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 25 Hiller Staff 35 Mixed Chorus 1, Z, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Future Nurses' Club 35 Office Girl 2. Nanry fwants to enter nursing in the future. Phyllis Bianchi Phyl VQCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL "Forget You Peoplel' F.H.A. 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. To he a sefretary is Phyllis' main desire. Mary Lou Bonus LuLu COMMERCIAL-ACADEMIC 'lEtta You Gonna Do?" Future Nurses' Club 35 Y-Teens 1, 25 Home Room Officer 2. John Boyd Skip COMMERCIAL "We All Gotta Go Sometime" Patricia Brooks Patty COMMERCIAL "Hi Everyone" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Officer 25 May Day 15 Home Room Officer 1, 2, 35 Class Otiicer 15 Majorette 2, 3. Being a .vefretary is ineluded in Pattyif plans for the future. Carol Bryant Carol ACADEMIC "I Wonder If I Got A Letter?', Latin Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 15 Go-To-College Club 35 Program Seller 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Future Nurses' Club 3' County Chorus 2, 35 Student Council 1, 3. John Buchanan John GENERAL-COMMERCIAL f'Oh Yea" Vis. Ed. 2, 35 Wrestling 2, 3. .lofzn fwants to beeome an enter- tainer after graduating. Joan Bushmire Tina COMMERCIAL "Did You See Bob?" Y-Teens 1, 25 F.H.A. 25 Cheer- leader 2, 35 Home Room Officer 2. To 'be a stenographer ir Tina'.v ambztzon. Mary Jane Borkonski Mary Jane VOCATIONAI,-COMMERCIAL 'AGO Kat, Gov Y-Teens 15 F.H.A. 1, 2. Mary Jane is underided about the future. Virginia Lee Brock Ginny COMMERCIAL "Now That Overwhelms Me" Y-Teens 15 Hiller Staff 3. Virginia hay secretarial fwork in mind after graduation. Brenda Mae Brown Brenda VOCATIONIIL "But Definitely" F.H.A. 2, 35 Treasurer 35 Har- risburg Demonstration Team 35 F.T.A. 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. A teaeher if Brenda's main desire after graduating. Donald Bryner Donnie GEN ERAL Transferred from VVashingtOn High School in 1955. Donnie fwanls to join the Nafvy after graduation. Patricia Ann Bumbera Patty ACADEMlC l'Oh, Gee Whiz" Y-Teens 1, 35 F.T.A. 3. Patty fwantx to go to college later. Connie Carolyn Calvert Tipsey COMMERCIAL "Aw, Shucks" Y-Teens 1, 2. Illarriage ix Connie'.r main am- bition. Jo Ann Camps Jo 1 ' ACADEMIC "Get Seriousln Majorette 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Home Room Oliicer 1, 3. Joffnn plans to Zahn up nursing aftrr sho gradualfs. Joyce Cape Jay Cee COMMERCIAL "Let's Go To Osso's" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 15 Majorette 2, 3. Joyfo's ambition is to hr a srrre- tary and marry hrr boss. Sonja Carolyn Charnesky Sunny ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL "Is That So?l' Y-Teens 1, 25 Future Nurses' Club 35 F.T.A. 3. Sonja fwants Io eithvr be a nurse or a leather. Shirley Comstock Shirl ACADEMIC 4'Oh, Darn!" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, Z5 History Club 2, 35 Go-To- College Club 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Oihce Girl 35 F.T.A. 3. Shirley would like io be a high school tearhrr. Tom Cox Tucker COMMERCIAL A'Hey Man" Wrestling 1, 35 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Otlicer 2. Tufkfr's aim in lifr is Io ba an dffljf. Ruth Ann Crompton CQMMERCIAI. "So, How Are Yah?" Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Olicer 15 May Day 15 Majorette 3. Ruth Ann's plans include being a s1'rr1'tary. Fred Capenos Buzzy VOCATIONAL-GENERAL Frf'd's future rests in the Air Form. James Ronald Cassidy Jim ACADEMIC t'Veni, Vidi, ViCi" Latin Club 2, 35 History Club 2, 35 junior Play 3. Jim plans to be an astro-physicist. Adda Rebecca Chatman Adda COMMERCIAL "Will IPM Y-Teens 1, Z. Adda has a 'very fommon ambition . . . Zo gr! 17lHl'I'11'd. Betty Arnetta Conner Bet E VOCATIONAL 'tYou Better Believe It." Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3. Batty plans to do sefrrtarial -work. Marjorie Cramer Margie ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL 'lGreat!" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Tiobi' 11 scfretary is lvlargirfs am- lution. Mary Jane Crunick Janie COMMERCIAL-VOCATIONAL "Dig You Later, Alligator" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, Z5 May Day 1. Mary .l11nr's futurf plans include hortirultural collegc and Tom. James Culbertson Jim COMMERCIAL-VoCATIoNAL "VVell, l'll Be Diddley Darnedl' F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Vis. Ed. 2, 3. Jim is going to go in business fwth bis father after be graduates. Wayne Demshar Feet ACADEMIC "Be Nice" Band 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 sr. Hi-Y 3, Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2g Lat- in Club 1, 2. Wayne's ambition is to go to college. Margaret Dicks Peggy GENERAL "Have You Seen Dick Yet Today" Y-Teens 1, 2g F.H.A. 1, 2. Peggys ambition is to inherit lots of money. Donald Doak Don VOCATIONAL Home Room Oflicer 1, 23 Vis. Ed. 3g F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Officer 1, 2, 33 judging Team 1, 23 Stu- dent Council Zg State Project VVinner 2, 3. Don is planning on being a farmer. Edith Lorraine Drabeck Dede COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 39 May Day lg Hiller Staff 3g Olympus Staff 35 Home Room Officer 2. Being' a good secretary is Dede's ambition. Jack Steven Dudash .lack ACADEMIC "You Ain't Too Potentu History Club 2, 3, Oflicer 3g Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Olympus Staff 3. You fwill find Jack going to college after he leaves Trinity. Susan Dague I Withdrew Nancy Darrow Nan VoCATIoNAL-GENERAL "Oh, Dearll' F. H. A., 23 Cafeteria Club 3. Nancy's aim in life is to get married. Linda Jean Dille Dille COMMERCIAL "Well, Aren't You Cute" Y-Teens 1, 33 Future Nurses' Club 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. Linda isn't certain about her future plans as yet. Fred Dolan COMMERCIAL "Forget You, Monkey!" Fred has already ser-ved four years in the Navy. He fwants to go on to college. Don Draper Don ACADEMIC Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3. Don plans to go to college after graduation. Lee Dunn Lee ACADEMIC t'I'll Be a Dirty Bird" Latin Club 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 2, 33 junior Playg Football 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Lee's ambition is to go to college. I l J Lucille Durilla Withdrew Betty Lou Earnest Betty Lou VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL "I Don't Believe It" F.H.A. 1, 23 Hiller Staff 33 May Day 2. Betty Lou 'would like to he an air- line hoJte.v.v. Judith Enstrom Judy ACADEMIC "Handy Dandy" Y-leens 1, 2, 33 May Day 13 Latin Club 1, 23 History Club 2, 33 F.T.A. 33 Program Seller 33 Go-To-College Club 33 Home Room Ofiicer 2. Judyfs' plans are to attend eollege. Doris Fattman Dorie ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL "We're Gonna Be Latel' Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Future Nurses, Club 33 F.T.A. 33 Ofhcer 3. Doris hoper to become a lady in fwhzte. Bonnie Lou Fielder Pete VOCATIONAL-GENERAI. "How About Thatn Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 F.H.A. 1, 2, 33 Cafeteria Girl 3. Bonnie would like to he a florist. Elaine Frank Lainer ACADEMIC "Very Goodl' Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Oflicer 2, 33 May Day 23 jr. Play 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 County Chorus 2, 33 Student Council 1, 33 Fu- ture Nurses' Club 33 Home Room Oflicer 1, 3. Elaine hopes to graduate from college some day. Nancy Elizabeth .Durila Nanc COMMERCIAL "I Dare You To Dare Me" F.H.A. 1, 23 Y-Teens 13 Cafe- teria Club 3. Naneyiv aim in life is to get married. Lois Ann Ellenberger Lois ACADEMIC "Don't Know, Do You ?" May Day 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Go-To-College Club 33 Future Nurses' Club 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Program Seller 3. Loi.: wants to enter the profession of nuryzng. William Eustis Bill COMMERCIAL "I Would If I Could, But I Can't, So I Won't" Basketball 13 Football Manager 1, 2, jr. Hi-Y 1,23 sf. Hi-Y 5. Bill hopes to join the Air Force." Brenda Joyce Flowers .lo GENERAL "Dear John" Y-Teens 3. To marry John if her desire. Joetta Fowler Joe COMMERCIAI. "Oh, Dear" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. To marry Bill ir her one desire. Lee Frazee Lee ACADEMIC "Man That's Tricky" Sr. Hi-Y 33 Olympus Staff 33 Football 13 Baseball 2, 3. Lee'J ambition ir to attend college. Robert Frederick Bob ACADEMIC "No . . . Do You?" Student Council 35 Home Room Ofhcer 2, 3. Bob hopes to be the cla5J'5 firsl millionaire. Duane Fullerton Little Herk COMMERCIAL "Dig That Crazy Cat" Duane plan: to join the Air Force. Claudreen Gilmore GENERAL "Goodness" Band 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 History 2, 35 May Day 25 F.T.A. 35 Home Room Olicer 2. This gal is undecided about her future. Rita Jean Gottschalk Reet COMMERCIAL "Sure" Y-Teens 1, 35 May Day 25 His- tory Club 35 Monitor 35 Hiller Staff 3. We're .sure Reef 'will be a .suc- cesxful artut. James Grimes Frenchie ACADEMIC "Don't Tell Me Your Troubles" Wrestling 1, Z, 35 Jr. Hi-Y 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Olympus Staff 35 Home Room Ofiicer 2. lim, fwlzo is one of our -'wre.vllcr.v, plans to go to college. Lois Hagerty Lo CoMMERCI.xL "Don't VVorry, Your Daddy Will Take Care of Youm Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. Loi: plans to become a Jerretary. Edith Freedman Edie ACADEMIC "I Haven't The Foggiest Notion." Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 15 History Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Future Nurses' Club 35 Of- ficer 35 Go-To-College Club 35 Hiller Staff 35 Program Seller 35 Student Council 35 Home Room Officer 3. To collfgz' .shewwill go. Lin Fulton Lin ACADEMIC "Oh, My Heavensn Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Officer 35 Fu- tIIre Nurses, Club 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 County Chorus 35 Librarian 35 Oihcer 35 May Day 25 Home Room Officer 35 Hiller Staff 3. Lin'.v dmirc is to attend college. David Gorby Dave COMMERCIAL "We Don't Play Those Silly Games." Basketball Manager 1, 2, 35 Football Manager 2, 35 Base- ball Manager 1, 2, 35 Home Room Oiiicer 3. Da-vw is going to sec the fworlfl fwitlz the Na-vy. Terry Griffin ACADEMIC "But Of Course" Immaculate Conception 15 Wash Hi 25 Sr. Hi-Y 3. Thr Na-oy is to be Terrylf career. Edward J. Guidos Ed GENERAL-CONIMERCIAL To join the Air Forte is Ed'.r fwixh. Jean Hainer Jean COMMERCIAL "I Don't Know" Y-Teans 1, 2, 3. Jean hope: to be a Jefretary. Robert Haines Bob ACADEMIC "DOn't Know, Do You?" Boh hopes to go to college. James Wilson Hancher Hanch COMMERCIAL "I Never Had It So Goodl' Football 1, 2, 3g VVrestling 1, 2, sr. Hi-Y 3. Jim fwill join the Na-'oy upon graduation. Judy Ann Hart Judy VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL t'Don,t Do That" Y-Teens 3g F.H.A. 1, 2. Judy is going to be an airline hostess. Howard Harvey Howard COMMERCIAL F.F.A. 1, 2. Robert Hatfield COMMERCIAL Withdrew Margaret Hazlett Peggy COMMERCIAL-ACADEMLC "I Can Do It" Band 1, 2, 3, Officer 1, 2, 33 F.T.A. 33 Orchestra 2, 35 May Day 2g Go-To-College Club 35 Home Room Ofhcer 1. Her ambitions are lfwo-foldg may- be Trinity fwill need a eombination nzusie-biology teacher. Richard E. Hana Dick ACADEAIIC "Let's Gov Dicle's future is uncertain. Shirley Hanna Shirl COMMERCIAL "Forget That Noise" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Oflice Girl 35 May Day 25 Home Room Officer 3. This little gal's ambition is to be an airline hostess. Kay Hartley Kay COMMERCIAL 'tHi, Daddy-O" J Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 History Club 2, 35 May Day 2. She shines at taking dictation, so a prwate secretary fwill he. Peggy Harvey Peg COMMERCIAL "I Could Have Curled" F.H.A. 1. Peggy's future plans fall for a niee, long fvaeation. But hofw fwell does it pay? Tanice N. Haught Tee GENERAL t'Don't Let Me Livell' F.H.A. 1, 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day 23 Student Council 1, 2g Home Room Ofhcer 1, 2. Taniee's plans for the future in- clude being a liousefwife. Donald Henderson Don VOCATIONAL Ag. 1, 2, 3, Project Winner 1g judging Team 1, 2. Don will need a "level" dairy farm on fwhirh to land his private plane. James Herron Jim VOCATIONAL "Think OflThat'l F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Oflicer ' History Club 2, 33 Sr. jr. Hi-Y 23 jr. Play 33 Home Room Officer 1, 2. Education marches on as Jirn's future includes a college degree. 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 33 Berl Hillberry Berl COMMERCIAL "I Suppose" Berl has a lway 'with poultry and animals, and should go far in his chosen field--a fway of life- farming. Ted Huffman Ted GENERAL Dennis A. Iames Buttons ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL "That's Too Bad" Ilfhen Buttons raps on his desk in Fifth Ward, the students will sit up and take notice. James Jackson Jim VOCATIONAL "How Did That Strike You?" F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 Concession Stand 3. Francis Jagnick Butch VOCATIONAL "Dig Them Cats" F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 Home Room Of- ficer Z3 Project Winner 1. Butch figures that flying is not strictly for the birds so plans on a-vlatlon as a career. Cleo Irene Hickman Cleo COMMERCIAL HI Don't Know" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2. "Miss Hickman!" the boss fwill say, "take a letter, please!" And fuery efficiently she fwlll do so. Jack Hoy Jack VOCATIONAL t'Can I Have The Car?'l Sr. Hi-Y 33 Wrestling 13 Home Room Officer 1, 23 Student Coun- cil 23 F.F.A. 1, Z, 3, Sentinal Z. To be a big jish in a little pond or a little fsh in a big. pond is not Jack's problem. Which pays the most? Joan Elaine Hunter Joan ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL "Trickey', Latin Club 1, 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day 23 Future Nurses, Club 3. Joan plans to be a secretary but some fwide afwalee young man is sure to see lwhat a wonderful fwife she'll make and change those plans. Eileen Isenberg Kitty COMMERCIAL 'tForget You" Y-Teens 1, 23 Home Room Of- Hcer 1. She'll be a prifvate secretary fwith an eye to o-wning a large share of the business. Sounds great, doesn't it? Robert Jackson Bob COMMERCIAL 'tBe Sure You're Right Then Go Ahead" Here's a boy 'with his head in the clouds. Its in a plane of course, and that's fwise. Anthony J. Janflone Tony - ACADEMIC "You Don't Know Me, Are You Carol?l' Wrestling3 Baseball 3 Football 3 Sr. Hi-Y 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Home Room Ofhcer 1, 23 Stu- dent Council 1. Tony isn't at all tired of books and plans to go on to college. Elizabeth Johnson Lizzy COMMERCIAL HQuitl" Y-Teens 1, 2. When your curls go afway, go to Lizzy's Beauty Shop. Rex Johnson Rexall ACADEMIC "just Ainlt Too Potentn Basketball 1, 2, 3. Rexall fwill be able to yight all your legal battles in the future, folks, he intends to become a hrs!- class lafwyer. Hazel Jordan Hazel GENERAL 'ASharp" Y-Teens 1, 25 F.H.A. 1. May the future hold only the best for Hazel, fwho is undecided as to her plans fwhen school is over. Virginia Keenan Virginia VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2g F.H.A. 1. This maiden fwith flaming tresses longs to be a farmer's fwzfe. Joan R. Kelley Joan COMMERCIAL Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girls Chorus 1. Joan hopes to be a secretary. Vivian Joan Kelley Joan COMMERCIAL "You Better Believe It" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day 1, 2g F.H.A. 2, Girls Chorus 2. Joan's ambition is to someday be an airline hostess. Jean Johnson Jeanie ACADEMIC "Nasty Breakl' Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 jr. Play 3g Y-Teens 1, Z, 3. We fwonder if it is Trinity's nefw home ec building that makes Jean- nie fwant to teach Home Econom- zcs. William Johnson Bill GENERAL-COMMERCIAL "Girls" We don't lenofw if Bill 'will be an- other Casey Jones, or if he intends to be the kind of an engineer 'who builds roads, dams, etc. No matter fwhich he has chosen, fwe're sure he'll succeed. James Kearns Withdrew John Kelley Feet GENERAL-COMMERCIAL "Real Meann Football 1, 2, 33 Wrestling Man- ager Zg Wrestling 3g Int. Band 2. Johnls ambition is 'to someday be an azr force chaplain. Violet Maxine Kelley Veezie COMMERCIAL "Ho Boy, You're Cute!" Violet fwill someday make Don a good fwife. Lois Jean Kern Lo VoCAr1oNAL-COIMMERCIAL "What Color Is It?" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 33 History Club 33 May Day 25 Hiller Stal? 3, Home EC. 1, 2. Lois -will make a good stenog- rapher. Albert King Withdrew Susan Belle Knestrick Sue ACADENHC "Oh, I Say Therell' Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, May Day 1, History Club 2, 3, Future Nurses' Club 3, Librarian 2, 35 Go-To-College Club 3g Program Seller 3. Susan desires to someday be a veterinarian. Don Lane Donnie ACADE1N'1lC "What'll You Have ?" Football 1, 2, 3, Ad Staff 3, May Day 2, Home Room Of- ficer 1, 33 Student Council 3g Sr. Hi-Y 3. Donfs future plans are to make a mzllzon. Armenthia Lee Shorty CoMMERc1Ar, "A Whole Lot of Gag" Shorty hopes someday to be a sec- retary. C. Edwin Lemley Ed VocAT1oN.sL "just Take lt Slow" F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 Project judging Team 1, 23 jr. Hi-Y 2, 3, Vis- ual Ed 33 Concession Stand 3. Ed's ambition is to be a hog farmer. Jean Lesnock Jeanie CoMMERc1,xL A'Where's My Glasses?" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Usher 3. Jean hopes someday to be a secre- tary. Ruth Ellen Kirk Ruth COMMEECIAL-ACADEMIC "I'll Be Darned!" Cheerleader 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, History Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 33 Class Ofhcer lg Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, Officer 1, May Day lg County Chorus 2, 3, Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, Go- To-College Club 3. Ruth's ambition is to become a school teacher. Barbara Ann Kovacic Barb COMMERCIAL "Are We Having A Test?" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3. Barb hopes to become a secretary. Frank Larimer Frankly ACADEMIC "Oh Yeah?" jr. Hi-Y 1, 2, Football 3. Frank plans .on entering college upon graduating from Trinity. Kenneth Lee Pinky Lee GENERAL 1'That's Real Cool"' Kenneth fwill.mal2e a good trans- portation engineer. Marcia Ann Lemons Marcia ACADEMIC "Oh, You Dog, Youll' Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 History Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 Future Nurses' Club 3, F.T.A. 3. Marcia desires someday to teach school. Dennis Lightner Denny ACADEMIC "Do You Have An Extra Pencil? Band 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, jr. Hi-Y 1, 25 Sr. Hi-Y 3. Denny hopes to major in music in college. N Herbert Lindberg Herb K ACADEMIC 4'Forget You!" Sr. Hi-Y 3. Herb i:n't rertain of his future plan: but fwr'rf rrrtain he'll hr ,rufressful in hir held of endeavor. John M. Lindley John VOCATIONAL-,ACADEMIC "You're Kidding!" F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 jr, HI-Y Zg Sr. Hi-Y 3, F.F.A. Otlicer lg Home Room Oflicer 3g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, County Chorus 35 Proj- ect Winner 3. John plans on attending college after graduating from high Jehool. Veryl Long Dewey COMMERCIAL 'AI Guess Soi' Varsity Football 1, 2, 3g Varsity Wrestling 1, 2, 3g Sr. Hi-Y 3. Veryltfzfzould like to be an afviation machznut. Margaret Lustik Marge COMMERCIAL 'AWhat do we have in Bookkeeping?" Home Ec. lg Moniter 2. Marge aims to he a good secretary. Wanda Mae Lyons Wanda COMMERCIAL "Oh You're Cute" Y-Teens 1, 2g T-Club 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 3. Either Io marry John or become a .Iecretary are in the future. Larry L. Mahanna Moose COMMERCIAL "Clover, Here I Come" Hfhen you hear a plane go hy, look for Larry as he fwanls to join the Air Force. Frank Edward Lindley Baldy VOCATXONAL "Ain't That Funny?" Concession Stand 3. Frankff ambition is to he a farmer. Connie Locy Withdrew Phyllis Lovejoy Phil COMMERCIAL "Ain't that a blast and a half" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Sub-Majorette 23 Majorette 33 History Club 2, 33 May Day 1. Phil'J plant look lofward being a Jecretary. Mary Lyons Withdrew Mary Macre Mickey COMMERCIAL "Guess what? l got a letter from Ronnien Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 1, 2. On graduation Mickey fwould like to he a Jecreiary. Then get mar- fied. Betty Maine Beiiy COMMERCIAL "Now You Know" Y-Teens 1, 23 May Day lg Of- fice Girl 1, 2. Betty fwould like to be a beaulician. Freda McAdams Fre-der VoCATIoNAL-COMMERCIAI. "VVhere's Doug?" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Home Ec. 1. Freda fwantx to get married fwhen she graduater. Marilyn McBurney Marilyn VOCATIONAL-ACADEMIC "Large Charge" Y-Teens 2, 33 Moniter 3g F.H.A. 1, 2, 33 Future Nurses 3. .4 "Lady in white" Marilyn aims to he. Betty McCartney Betty COMMERCIAL "You don't know do you" Betty -would like to be a nurxe fwhen the graduater. Charles McConnell Charlie GENERAL "There's no future in it" Football 1, 2. Charlie fwants to join the Air Forfe. Betty McNurlen Betty COMMERCIAL-ACADEMIC "Don't you have any smarts?" Y-Teens 1, 2. Betty ought to make a good sec- retary in the future. Rebecca Louise Merwick Becky CIENERAL "Oh boy!" Y-Teens 1, 25 F.H.A. 1. Beeky fwants to marry Tommy. Charlotte McBride Char COMMERCIAL "Where's Dave" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. In the future Charlotte fwould like lo get married. Clilford McCalmont Tab ACADEMIC "Sssish what a grouch" Allegheny High School 1, 25 Vice President of home room 25 In charge of Guidance lessons. Tah fwants to he an eleetrieian. Jack McCartney Jack COMMERCIAL "Wowl,' Some day you may see Jack' on a eartoonlax he 'would like to he a cartoomsl. He is also inter- exted in Hillbilly musze. Phyllis McKelvey Phyl COMMERCIAL "What??" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 T-Club 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. Phyllix aimx to he a houiefwife in the future. Guy McWilliams Guy ACADEMIC "Cute" Football 2, 3. Guy fwantx to enter the Armed Serfuiees in the future. Regis Merwick Reggie VOCATIONAI.-ACADEMIC "I'll bet you" Exhibit team 35 Calf Clubg Of- ficer 33 Concession stand 35 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. Regis is preparing for a fareer in farming. 7 ,,,,,,, , ,, , .44. l FFS l Lois Ann Miklic Lois ACADEMIC "How the heck are you?l' Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Ollicer 23 Ma- jorette 3g Home Room Oilicer 2, 35 Student Council 3, Ofhcer 3, Future Nurses Club. Lois looks forward to being a nurse. George Miller George GENERAL-VOCATIONAL F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 Project winner 2. George is preparing for a farming eareer. Mildred Jean Miller Millie COMMERCIAL-GENERAL May Day 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3. Millie aims to graduate. Victor Miscio Skeeter ACADEMIC iClass oihcer lg Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 33 County Chorus 2, 35 Home Room Ofhcer lg Student Council 1. Our erystal ball tells us that Vie will be going off to follege soon. Norman Mitchell, Jr. Bunky ACADEMIC "Don't worry about a thing!" Band 1, 2, 3. lllaybe someday your kids will go to the school where Norman is leaching. Karen Elaine Moon Kay ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL "Seeing is believingn Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Officer 2, May Day 1, Class Officer 2g Major- CIIC 2, 3g Go-To-College Club 3g Future Nurses Club 33 His- tory Club 3g Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, Student Council 2. Kay will make a real fute college eoed. Paul Miles Paul GENERAL Basketball 1, 2, 3. Paul wants to marry in the future. Katherine Miller Withdrew Valerie Miller Val COMMERCIAL "VVhat are you gonna do?" Attended Washington H i g h School lg Librarian lg Y-Teens 1, 31 Mixed Chorus 3. When you board a plane for some- where, don't be surprised if Val orders you to fasten your safety belt. Margaret Mitchell Mitch ACADEMIC 'tltls a riotln Band 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Go-To-College Club 33 Latin Club 1, 2, 33 junior Play 35 Future Nurses Club 3g Olympus Staff 35 County Band 3. This very busy gal will be even busier with all her future college aetifvzties. Robert Moninger Bob GENERAL-ACADEMIC HOhl that Hlthy car!" Football 1, 2. l?ob's. going to halve a fuery excit- ing job when he beeomes a test pilot. Edward Moore Ed VOCATIONAL F.F.A, 1, 2, 3, Oihcer 2, Har- risburg 2. Here is one boy who knows what he wants to do--graduate! Carole Morris Corky VOCATIONAI,-COMMERCIAI. "Hi There!" Y-Teens 1, 33 May Day 13 Home Room Ofiicer 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 33 F.H.A. 1, 2. Someday Carole hopes to be fwalk- ing dofwn the aisle fwith Kenny. Sara E. Morris Sis ACADEMIC "Blooming Idiot" County Chorus 13 Future Nurses Club 33 Y-Teens 1. If you ever land in a hospital, Sara may be the nurse fwho holds your hand. Lois Ann Mosier Lois ACADEMIC-CoMMERcIAL "Well Now!" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Officer 33 Home Room Ofiicer 1, 2, 33 Student Council 3, Oflicer 33 Majorette 33 T-Club 2, 3, Officer 2. Lois fwill make a -very fule and rapable secretary. John Myers Johnny AGRICULTURAL "Forget You" Football 33 F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 Stu- dent Council 23 junior Hi-Y 23 Senior Hi-Y 33 Hiller Staff 3. Hey, Kids, horw :would you like to hafve Johnny for your History Iearher? Edward Nagy Butch GENERAL 'fYou never had it so good!" Football 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 23 Home Room Officer 33 Senior Hi-Y 3. Wouldn't you like to read the book that Butch plans to -write? Von Naser Von ACADEB1lC "It doesn't bother meln junior Play 33 junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 33 Latin Club 3. Did'you hear. the latest? Von's Pres1dent of his college fraternity. Patricia Morris Transferred Sandra Morrison Sandy COMMERCIAL "Hey Nut!" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day 23 F.H.A. 1, 2, 33 Monitor 33 Mixed Chorus 23 Girls Chorus 33 Olympus Staff 3. Sandy 'will look real pert taking didation from her handsome boss. Judith Myers Jud ACADEMIC 'LThanks a bunch" Attended high school in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 23 Y-Teens 1, 3, Oflicer 13 junior Play 33 Go-To-College Club 33 Program Seller 33 May Day 13 Future Nurses Club 33 Home Room Of- ficer 13 Student Council 13-'Lat- in Club 13 History Club 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 33 County Chorus 2, 33 Olympus Staff 33 F.T.A. 3. Jud would like to tour the fworld when she jinisbes college. Joseph Murn Joe VoCA'rIoNAI. i'Wow" F.F.A. 1, 2, 33 Concession Stand 3. Joe will probably meet some real excitement in the Air Corps. Carol Ann Napolitan Blondie COMMERCIAL "Cute" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Home Room Oflicer 13 May Day 2. Carol plans to be one of those nifty blonde sefretaries. Jane Neel Transferred Betty Kay Nelan Bets COMMERCIAI, "Cute'l Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Future Nurses Club 35 Mixed Chorus 25 F.H.A. 2, 3. ' A lizzie bird :old us flmf Berry Kay's future plans include I1 hus- band named Jim. Arthur Nemeth Art GENERAI. f'But of course!" Junior Hi-Y 1, 2. Maybe some day fwhen Art is a brick layer, he'll build us a beau- tiful nefw sfhool. Francis Noble Duff VOCATIONAI. 'tDon't take it sitting down" F.F.A, 1, 2, 35 Concession Stand 3. Umm, wonder if Franfis raised this delirious pork! LaVerna Mae Ostrander La Verne COMMERCIAI.-ACADEMIC IIB0yy1J Attended Chartiers High School 1. 2. Chartiers Junior Tri-Hi-Y 15 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 25 Librar- ian 3. LaVerne had better dig some rifh relatzfves soon, as she intends to inherit a lot of money. Barbara Ozarowsky Barb COMMERCIAL "That's sharpn Y-Teens 1, 2. Barb dreams of the day she fwill marry Dirk. John Patress Jack VoCATIoNAI. F,F.A. 1, 2, 35 Project winner 1, 2. .lark is another one of our szzrreri- ful future farmers. Joan Newland I Joan COM MERCIAL-ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, Officer 15 Hiller Staff 3. Arthur Newman Ari ACADEMIC "Aw, Come off it!" junior Play 35 Senior Band 2, 3, Oilicer 35 Latin Club 1, 25 History Club 2, 35 Olympus Staff 3. You'll nefver lose a ease fwith a flefver attorney like Art. Shirley Ohs Shirl ACADEMIC "Sharp" Y-Teens 1, Z, 35 F.H.A. 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 May Day 25 F.T.A. 3. Shirley iwanls to be another leath- er like "Our Miss Brooks". Robert Owens Bob ACADEMIC "That's sharp, Dad!" junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 2. You knofw that millionaire business tyfoon, Bob Ofwens? Wonder fwhat his sefret formula for making money is? Norma Jean Patterson Tink ACADEMIC HGee Whiz!" Y-Teens 15 Latin Club 35 F.T.A. 3. Tink fwants to be a nurse. Linda Kay Patton Linda Voc-COM-ACAD. t'Heavenly Days" F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Oflicer 25 Home Room Officer 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, Olli- cer 3: History Club 2, 3, Officer 35 Farm Show Demonstration Team 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 County Chorus 35 Future Nurses Club 35 Olympus Staff 3. We're sure Linda fwill be a good secretary. C. Elwood Penn III El ACADEMIC UCuteU Football 35 Jr. Hi-Y 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 2. l El is going to go to rollfge after graduation. Joan Phillips Jo CoMMERcmI. '4Boy isn't that a blast?" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day Z5 History Club 35 Hiller Staff 3. We're sure Jo -will carry out hor ambition to be a sefrrlary. Barbara Pollard Barb ACADEMIC "How do ya expect me to know?" May Day 25 F.H.A. 1, 2, Oflicer 25 Band 1, 2. Barb fwill be attending college after graduation. Douglas Polan Doug VOCATIONAL "How did that strike you?l' F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Concession Stand 3. If your far ever breaks dofwn take it to Doug. X Robert Price Bob VOCATIONAL-GENERAL F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Concession Stand 35 Vis-Ed 3. Robert Randolph Bob CoMMERc1.xL "What's your name fellow ?" Wrestling 1, 2. Anchors afweigh! Alice Pettit Alice COMMERCIAL "VVell that's life" Y-Teens 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Hiller Stall. Elin' is going lo bf' ll srfretarv and also makz' some lufky man ll good fwiff. Roe Poellot Roe ,ACADEMIC 4-Vvhyn Latin Club 1, Z5 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 jr. Hi-Y 1, 25 OH'lcer 25 Home Room Of- ficer 25 Student Council 25 Sr. Hi-Y 3. Roo hopes to br an fnginrrr and to play basrball. Jo Ann Pomykala Jo Ann ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL "How about that." Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Nurses Club 3: May Day 25 Librarian 2, 35 Home Room Oflicer 1. Joflnn fwill bf at your bedsidf' rwhrn you arf ill in the hospital. Archie Price Arsh GENERAL "Bullie fun" Alrrh fwants to be a trurle drifver. Esther Ray Esther VocAT1oNAl.-CQMMERCIAL "Fiddle sticks" Y-Teens 1, 2, sg F.H.A. 1, 2. Estlmr is undecided about her fulurr. Wilma A. Reese Willie COMMERCIAL "Let's all go to the lobby and . . ." Girls, Chorus 35 Art 2, 3. Willif is going to be a slfnog- raplzer. James Reynolds Jim ACADEMIC '4Oh, surell' Latin Club 1, 25 Jr. High Bas- ketball l5 Olympus Staff 35 Baud 2, 3. Jim fwants to go to college and study fwildlife management. Jane Riggle Jane ACADEMIC "That's clever" Program seller 35 Go-To-Col- lege Club 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 History Club 2,'- 35 May Day 15 Future Nurses Club 35 Olympus Staff 35 jr. Play 35 Office Girl 3. e ,plans on going to college a Igraduation. Susann Roberts Sue COMMERCIAL i'Oh! Great!" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 History Club 2, 35 F.T.A. 3, OHicer 3. Sue hopes to marry Tommy. Rose Ann Romano Rose Ann COMMERCXAL "Another test" Y-Teens 1, 25 Hiller Stall 35 Nurses Club 35 Librarian 2, 35 Class Ofhcer 25 Home Room Of- ficer 2, 3. Rose Ann 'will make a good little secretary for some lucky man. Charles Rossi I'Ve all hope Rossi is back fwitll us Joon. Richard Ross Dick VocA'rIoN.xL Charles William Riggle .1 Chuck ACADEMIC "Hey, Phyllis, wait for mel" jr. Hi-Y 1, 25 Sr. Hi-Y 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Basketball 1. Chuck is one of our energetic boys fwlio fwantr to retire at 17. Rosalyn Ritchie Lynn ACADEMIC "Nothing ventured, nothing gained" East Washington 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Go-To-College Club 35 Latin Club 25 Future Nurses Club 3. Some college fwill be luck enough to have Lynn ax a rtudent. Joanne M. Romano Jo To graduate. VocATIoNAI.-COMMERCIAL "That's O.K." Y-Teens 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 May Day 25 jr. Play 35 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus Staff 35 Mixed Chorus Z, 35 County Chorus 35 Demonstration Team 2. I Jo would like a college education. Florence Jean Rosen Jean COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1. Jean'.r ambition ix to be a good iecretary. Donald Ross Don VOCATIONAL "Check that kat" F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 VVrestling 1. Farmer. Ronda Runnion Ronnie COMMERCIAL "I hear ya" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Art 2, 3. Wants to graduate. Duane Sanders Duke S COMMERCIAL "How about that" Wrestling 1, 2, 33 jr. Hi-Y 1, 23 Home Room President 35 Stu- dent Council 3. Nafvy. Shirley Sampson Shirley COMMERCIAL "Something's wrong" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: F.T.A. 3. .flirlinr Hostess. Shirley Sargent Shirley COMMERCIIIL "How in the heck are you? May Day 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Home Room Oliicer 2g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Future Nurses 3. H Sally Scalzi Sal COMMERCIAI. "Oh my, isn't he sharp" May Day lg Y-Teens lg F.H.A. 1, 23 Girls Chorus 2. Airline Hoslexs. David Selway Dave ACADEMIC "It's possibleu Baseball 1, 2, 33 Football 2, 33 Student Council 2, 3g Home Room President 2, 3. College. Patty Sickles Transferred Carol Ann Sakerka Corkey COMMERCIAL "VVhere is Ray" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 3. To marry. Santek Withdrew Arthur Saunders Pete GENER.AL K'Oh, Well" Mechanic: Paul Scott Scottie ACADEMIC "Amazing, isn't it" Jr. Hi-Y 1, 23 Wrestling 25 Sr. Hi-Y 3. Nafvy. Veronica Sensky Vernie COMMERCIAL "See you later, Alligator" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 23 History Club 2, 35 Librarian 3g Office girl 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. Prifvale Sffreiary. James Sickles Jim COMMERCIAL-GENERAL "Forget you" Unreriain. Sheldon Sieler Chief CSENISRAI. "Don't look at me, I didnlt do it" Visual Ed. 2, 3g Wrestling 1, 2. To pan bookkeeping. Phillip Silcott Phil ACADEMIC Home Room President 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 2, 33 Sr. Hi- Y 3g jr. Hi Basketball 1, jun- ior Play 3g Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2. College. David Shelton Chicken Bones GENERAL 'lDig you later, Alligatorn Nafval Offer Wayne Smith COMMERCIAL Unrertain. Margene Spino Marge ACADEMIC-CoMMERCI.xI. A'Sure I do" Y-Teens 1, 2g Latin Club 1, 2, Nurses Club 3, Student Coun- cil 2. Go to California and marry a dortor. Janice Springer Jan ,ACADEMIC "Listen to you go" Band 1, 2g F.H.A. 1. Jan'.I ambition is uncerlain. Lois Sieracki Lo ACADEMIC his there a test?" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses Club 3, F.H.A. 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. Nursing. Orlolf Sims Buss VOCATIONAL-ACADEMIC K'What do you say?" F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Project winner 2, 3. Farmer or draflsman. Helen A. Skariot Little Tillie VoCAT1oNAI.-COMMERCIAL "You must be dreaming" Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Hiller Stall 3, Olympus Staff 3. Secretary. Twila Darlene Snyder Chickie COMMERCIAL HToo bad" F.T.A. 3. Slenographer. Larry Spring GENERAL "But of course" Enlist in the .f1'r'fI1iI'1'. Yvonne .loan Sprowls Sis COMMERCIAL "Big deal, huh!" Si7v'5Afutar1' plans arf' to marry a mzllzonazre. Richard Strope Dick GENERAL "Heck" VVrestling 2. Dirk is going to join tin' Army. Richard Lee Teegarden Rich VOCATIONAI, "How about that Y" F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Refreshment Stand 3. Rifh is going to bf a farmer. Lydia Mary Toth Lyda CoMMERcxA1, "Can't hardly get them kind any more." History Club 35 Hiller Staff 3. Lydia plans to be a Jcerrtary. George Umphrey George VocAT1oN,xL "lsn't that so" F.F.A. 1, z, 3. George plans to br a mefhanir. Charlotte Watson ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL "You're all right!" Latin Club 1, 25 History Club 2, 35 Teacher's Club 3. Charlotte plans to be a stonog- rapher. Reed Waychoff Reed VOCATIONAI, 'lReal Cutel' Rffd it unocrtain ar to his future. Duane Taggart Duane VOCATIONAL Band 1, Z, 35 F.F.A. 15 2, 35 State Band 2, 35 Reporter 1. Duan1".r future plan: are undecided Margaret Thompson Peggy COMMERCIAL-VOCATIONAI, "VVhere's Dale now?'l Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Future Nurses Club 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 Student Council 25 Home Room Officer 1, 25 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus Staff 35 Harrisburg 25 Song leader 15 Historian 25 Secretary 15 President 2. Pcggyir ambition is to attend fol- lege. Gerald J. Twardy Jerry ACADEMIC 'lGet lost" Jorry'.f ambition it to be an engi- nL'Ff. Jackie Sue Varner Jay COMMERCIAL "Holy tar!" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Usher junior Play 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 F.H.A. 25 Home Room Oflicer 1, 35 Secretary, Vice Presidentg Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. Jafkirfr future plan: are to be an airline hasten. Bill Waycholf Willie COMMERCIAL "Sharp" Bill'.r future plans art' unrcrtain. Ronald Westfall Cow Boy VocAT1oN,u. "Aw, ain't that cute!" T. V. Program 35 F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 F.F.A. jacket Committee 35 Sheep Club 35 Vis. Ed. 35 Foot- ball Concession Stand 35 State Project Winner 25 junior Play Committee. Ronald plans to be a farmer. Sandra Whitecotton Sandy ACADEMIC "Go take a long walk on a short pier" Bellaire High 1, 25 WVash High 2. Sandy plans to lm a nurse. Robert Bruce Wilson Bob GENER.Nl, "How about thatlw VVrestling 1, 2, 35 F.F.A. 1, 2. Bob's future plans .arf to bc a Ho Bo or a Mrrhanzf. John Wise Butch ACADEMIC "Roll the Dice" Football 2, 35 Hi-Y 35 Basket- ball 2, 35 Baseball 25 Student Council 2, 35 Home Room Vice President 3. Butrh plans to yo to College. Pearle Wojcvich Withdrew Lillian Woods Lil Co:x1MERc1AI. "Really nowl' F.H.A. 1, 25 Y-Teens 3. Lillian plans to be a Srrrelary. Charles Wright Chuck VOCAT1oN.xI. "Wanna Bet" Football 1, 2, 35 VVrestling 1, 25 F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Senior Hi-Y 35 Junior Play Committee 3. Chuck plans lo bf a farmer. Theodore Williams Buzz AcAoE1w11c-GENERAI. 'Wllatch it manf' Band 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. 7vlIl'0d0l'I',J fulurr plans arc Io be II f1.1ctfrinarian and Shirley B. Mary Lee Winnett Mary Lee VOCATIONAI,-COMMERCIAL nsugarn Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 25 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 Olympus Ad Staff 35 junior Play Committee 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. Mary Lzfe's future plans are un- fartazn. Carl Wheeler Carl GENERAL 'lBe Cutel' Football 2, 35 Home Room Vice President 35 Senior Hi-Y 3. Carl has nary a future plan. Priscilla Wolfe VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL "Got a letter from Ciggiel' Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Home Room Secretary 1, Treasurer 25 F.H.A. Olhcer 1, 25 May Day 2. Priscilla plans lo be a-Secretary. Shirley Wood Shirley VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL t'What" Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 1, 2, Home Room Vice President lg Mixed Chorus 35 Student Coun- cil 1. Slzirlfy 'wants to marry Harry. William Yoders Bill VOCATIONAL Band 1, 2, 35 State F.F.A. Band 2, 35 F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Home Room Treasurer 2, Secretary 35 Proj- ect Winner 2. Bill plans lo be a Mechanir. Dolores Yuvan ' Dolly Helen Zavatski COMMERCIAL-ACADEMIC "I haven't the slightest idea" Y-Teens Ig May Day 2. Dolly'.r future plans are undecided. Transferred Donna Zecker Zeke ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL "Forget ya" Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 May Day 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Librarian 2, 35 Nurses Club 3. Donna plans to be a nurse. 'CoR"CaHCm' THOSE FOR VVHOM WE HAVE NO PICTURES Paul Bowman GENERAT, "Sure Enoughl' Football 1, 2. At the present is uneertain about his future plans. Harry James Gray, Jr. Jimmy COMMERCIAL Ulf At First You Don't Succeed, Try, Try, Again" West Bethlehem 1, 2. To college Jim fwishes to yo. John Hewitt John GENERAI, l'Don't Know, Do You? Wash High 1, 2. Dudes and chicks and geese better scurry. Here romes a real crazy truck drwer. as Carl Novak Sonny GENERAL "I don't know" Attended Waynesburg High School 2. Band 2, 3. Do you suppose thal's Sonny up there in the -wild blue yonder? He said he 'was joining the Air Force. A ,FY W ex illhlilll I 'E In ll-'hill 51-all f--f CI ls 62 Joseph Kern Joseph Hagan President Vice President SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY Sophomore - according to W7ebster's Dictionary, we are foolish and high sound- ing. VVe heartily disagree with Mr. Vlfebster. Wle may make a lot of noise but we consider ourselves of average intelligence and in our two years here we have grown to be a very important part of Trinity. Un October 14, We held a "Sock Hopi' after the California game and also had a very successful class party in the Spring. On December 23, an accident fatally injured Ronald Crile. Sophomore Boys Agnew, Andredas, Arnal, Bakaitis, Barnhart, Bloom, Bolga, Booth, Bowman, Braden, Brewer, Brock, Bungard, Cagnon, Caldwell, Chase, Chicora, Coen, Cole, Comstock, Cox, Crawford, Crile, Crispin, Cupler, Day, Dicks, Doak, Dobscha, Dolanch, Dombreck, Donaldson, Ealy, Earnest, Elliott, Faiella, Farley, B. Farrar, J. Farrar, Fonner, Frazee, Furmanek, Garrett, Ralph Gregg, Richard Gregg, Grimm, Hagan, F. Harris, G. Harris, Hart, Helbig, Henderson, Henry, Hewitt, I. Holmes, R. Holmes, Holt, Horr, Houston, Huffman, Hull, Irwin, Johnson, Kelvington, Kelley, Kern, Klinzing, Kopp, Lapp, Lawrence, Leeper, Lemons, Lenthall, Lightner, Linn, Lusk, MacKinney, Maley, McAfee, McCloskey, McCombs, McKean, G. McMullen, R. McMul- len, McVeigh, Moore, Morris, Moss, Mounts, Neely, Neill, Nichol, Nichols, Palmer, Piatt, Pifferetti, G. Plance, Plants, Plany, Pomykala, Powell, Price, Quail, Quay, Ramsey, A. Reese, F. Reese, Resek, Robison, Ross, Rowe, Sanders, Sensky, Settles, Shriver, Seigel, Skariot, Smiley, Smith, Spencer, Slider, Sprowls, Strand, Strawn, Taylor, J. Thomas, R. Thomas, Vierik, Von Scio, Ward, Warrington, Webb, White, Winston, Witt, Wcnsettler. 64 SUPHUMURE5 if et uf195E ,rig V .ff Img , ' ,. Pzf ' gig... Q,w 21S :a:fE.f.2-,L its :sf ij. Carol Schweinebraten Irene Apache Secretary Treasurer Early this fall we elected the following oflicers: President ......................................... Joseph Kern Vice President ......... Joseph Hagan Secretary ....... Carol Schweinebraten Treasurer ..... ...... Irene Apache Advisors Mrs. Margaret Spriggs Mr. Henry Rheiner Officers for our freshman year were: President ....... . Michael Webb Vice President ...... John Holt Secretary ....... ........... J oyce Hanna Treasurer ..... ......... W anda Brooks Advisors Mrs. Margaret Spriggs Mr. Henry Rheiner Sophomore Girls ' j. Angott, L. Angott, Apache, Applegate, Ardeno, Arent, Ball, Bannister, Barney Beckner, Berg, Berman Boher, Bochek, Brooks, Brownlee, Burgess, Chadwick, Chambers, Clemens, Cole, Considine, Cooper, Coughi enour, Cox, Crile, Cumherledge, Cummins, Dague, Davis, Dean, Dicks, C. Donaldson, J. Donaldson, Doty Ealy, Elliott, Evelsizer, Everley, Fender, Folkens, Foringer, Foster, Frazee, Friend, Gantz, Garrett, Gray Greco, Green, Grimes, Haney, Hanna, K. Harris, N. Harris, Hartzell, Henderson, Henry, Hewitt, Hill, Hunter james, I. johnson, V. johnson, Kamper, Kanzius, Keenan, Kelley, Kendall, Kinder, King, Kita, Klinedinst Knight, Knox, Koskey, Kuzy, Leeper, Levato, Lindsay, A. Lipscomb, L. Lipscomb, Maleski, Mancini, Manon Mansfield, Marris, McCoy, McCreary, Medlen, Miklic, Miles, E. Miller, L. Miller, M. Miller, Millikin, Min: near, D. Montgomery, C. Montgomery, Moore, Morgan, Mounts, Murray, Nyswaner, Oakman, Ozarowsky Paciorek, Petrosky, Pettit, Polan, Pollock, Poroslo, Post, Ray, Reese, Reighard, Richmond, Ricker, Riggs Robinson, Rockwell, Roessler, Sampson, Schweinehraten, Shelton, Shook, Silcott, Slavikosky, Strope, Swead Swiantek, Tarbuck, Tau, Taylor, Thomas, Vankirk, Varner, Verner, VVade, VValker, VVa1'co, B. VVard, D. VVard: Weaver, Watkins, j. Young, P. Young. Q 65 1 Aw ev QQ? Z , . my H K F S f 7 V17 ' 'Egg ' 7-vw FH E S H ME N Michael Shuba George Humphries - President Vice President CLASS OF 1959 Every one was surprised the third day of school to see what a nice looking Class of 1959 had been hiding behind all the lipstick the first two days. After a few days of confusion, the 340 freshmen settled into the routine of the school. At an organization meeting in the fall the class elected officers and advisors. They are: President ....... ..... M ichael Shuba Vice President .... George Humphries Secretary ....... .... G eorgia Mucey Treasurer .... Marlene Courson Advisors .. .... Miss Ruth Myers Mr. Paul Sedlak The class is looking forward to many activities and is anxious to do their part in carrying out the fine Trinity traditions. 66 xo 3 X 'ling' . ', 5 E LA 5 S uf 1 9 5 B is if 1, .az F' Georgia Mucey Marlene Courson Secretary Treasurer Freshmen Girls Alley, Anderson, Ashmore, Askew, Barale, Beatty, Beck, Bennett, M. J. Berry, R, Berry, Bird, Blue, Brad- ford, Brant, J. Breese, M. L. Breese, Brennen, Brewer, Bromley, L. Brownlee, S. Brownlee, Bryner, Burnlette Calvert, Casterline, Christopher, Clark, Collins, Conner, Courson, Cox, Dean, Denman, Devenney, Dille, Dillie M. Doty, V. Doty, Dunn, Eustis, Fattman, Fleming, Fonner, Ford, Fox, Friend, Golsky, Grant, Grayson, Gre- desky, Greer, Grimm, Grummick, Janice Guthrie, Joyce Guthrie, Haines, Hainer, Hallewell, Harrington, Harris Herceg, Hewitt, Heyman, Holmes, Hootman, Iams, Irey, Jacobs, Johns, Johnson, Jordan, Kazakewicz, Kelley Kelvington, Kern, King, Knestrick, Kolycheck, Kopenshek, Koscho, Kovacicek, Kowalczk, Lackie, Laight Lawrence, Littleberry, Lockoski, Locy, Macre, Malarkey, Malone, Martin, Mayer, Mazzie, L. Miles, R. Miles Marilyn Miller, Martha Miller, Minnear, Minnies, Moninger, Montgomery, Moore, Morgan, Mounts, Mowl Mucey, Muncie, McAfee, McClain, McConnell, McMurdy, McVay, Nelan, Nevin, Noble, Ostrander, Phillips Ponton, Postlethwait, Renz, Richmond, Ritchey, Roberts, Robertson, Rockwell, Rosen, Roupe, Samida, Sampson Seargeant, Selvaggi, Shingles, Shrontz, Sickles, E. Smith, J. Smith, Snyder, Steward, Stickle, Stollar, Stone, Tee- garden, H. Thomas, O. Thomas, Verner, Vester, Watson, VVatters, D. VVeaver, M. VVeaver, VVheeler, VVhit- field, Whiteman, Whipple, Williams, Wilson, Wise Woodruil, D. Wright, S. VVright, Wyland. Freshmen Boys Adams, Andy, Angott, Armstrong, Ashmore, Bacque, Barnhart, Beatty, Beck, Behanna, R. Bell, T. Bell Bellotte, Bennington, Benson, Bernard, Bernat, Boardley, Bonus, Brown, Bryant, Burk, Cain, Cassidy, Chand- ler, Chehovin, Clark, Connor, Courson, Crouch, Day, Decker, DeGolyer, Dennis, DeWitt, Dicks, Dix, Donald- H. Frazee, J. D. Frazee, Gantz, D. Giecek, E. Giecek, Gorby, Graff, Gray, Grim, Hazlett, Hewitt, C. Hey- son, Drabeck, Dunn, Ellenberger, Elliott, D. Ewing, J. Ewing, Folkens, B. Fonner, C. Fonner, Foringer, Frank man, K. Heyman, Hill, Hopkins, Horency, Houston, Howard, Humphreys, Hupp, Iams, Irwin, Johnson, Kanotz Kelley, Krupzig, Kurpjuweit, Lemley, Levers, Lightner, Linn,, Loar, Locy, Long, Lowery, Lyons, Mankeyl J. Martin, J. L. Martin, T. Martin, Mass, McCartney, J. Michaleski, S. Michaleski, C. Miller, J. Miller, T Miller, B. Montgomery, G. Montgomery, Moses, Moss, Mounts, Muncie, Myers, McAdams, McFall, McGowan McKinney, Nell, Neill, Nelan, Newell, Newman, Opatt, Patress, Patterson, L. Paul, W. Paul, Pettit, Phillipsi Pitferetti, Pinsker, Pugh, Rice, Roche, Rogers, Romano, Ross, R. Sanders, T. Sanders, Santek, Scalzi, Scott Schlaupitz, Seargeant, Seibert, Sensky, Shuba, Sickles, Sims, Six, Skolyak, Smith, Snee, Snyder, Sprowls, Stephens Sterling, C. Supler, R. Supler, Swinderman, Tappan, Tau, Toland, Twardy, Vajentic, Vankirk, Vezie, Voytek Walker, P. Waycholf, W. Waychoff, Weimer, Welsh, 3Villiams, VVinnett, VVhite, VVolfe, VVoods, Worth, Yeager Yocum, Youch, Young. 67 r Jack Mounts Majorie Ewart Eileen Phillips Richard Hufford President Vice President Secretary Treasurer ALUMNI NEWS - 1956 A look into the Past - finds the T. H. S. Alumni elected new ofiicers for the association last spring. The following persons were elected: President ......................................... Jack Mounts Vice President .... ...... M ajorie Ewart Secretary ....... ..... E illeen Phillips Treasurer ..................................... Richard Hulford One of the first activities planned by the new officers was the annual Alumni Dance which was held April 28 in the Trinity Gym. Committee chairmen for this afiair were: Decorating-Jack Rea, Food-lVlrs. Nlartha Reynolds, and Advertis- ing-"lNlitzie" Chambers. All the Alumni of Trinity High School were invited to the dance, including the newest members of the Alumni Association, the Class of ,56. Nlusic for the ballroom dancing was furnished by the Johnny Cimino Orchestra and Larry Dunn was the figure caller for square dancing. One of the highlights of the dance this year was a Variety Show with many talented members of the alumni featured. Outstanding acts were the Four Echoes Quartet, George "Goot" Adams, Rita Brewer, Verner Gayvert, and Harold lvery. Let us now turn to the where-abouts of "first anniversary" members of the asso- ciation, the Class of '55, A great many members of this class have now completed their first year of col- lege. Among these are: Ed Grimm, Bill Bane, Bill Gallo, Robert Berry, Dick Garber, Myrtle Simpson, My1'a Kelley, Janet Bristor, Janice VVeaver, Dave Dunn, Kathryn Johns, Danny John, Bill Hare, and Bob lVlcGowen. Bill lVlcGowen will soon begin his second year at the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. There are a number of boys from this class now serving Uncle Sam: Barry Swart, Steve Barale, Ronald Stumpf, Paul Hatfield and Dave Hatfield. Among those who have since graduation joined the married "ranks" are: Lu- Ella VVise, Marlene Koskey and Paul Hatfield, Andy Mack, Joanne Hixenbaugh, and Lois Beatty. . 68 1 V v 555 W L55 W 'K X Y ww W EW 3256 'vw 5552 WW ACTIVITIES "May nay" 1955 at TRINITY May Queen, SOPHIE HLYRZON Pirfznwl, top right: MAY QUEEN AND HER CQURT. Queen, Sophie Hurzong hlziids of Honor, hlartha hlcGaughey, Joyce Vajenticg Honor Attendants, Jane Hathaway, Jo Ann Lyons. SPIRITS Pivfzzrezl, bottom righfp seated, Spirit of Poise, Suzanne Wyflieg Spirit of Personality, hlargaret Linn, sfzmrlizzy, Spirit of Loyalty, Ann Planyg Spirit of Trinity, Eldora Andrew, Spirit of Wisdorn, Ruth Scott, Spirit of Friendliness, Clara Kelley, Spirit of Beauty, Phyllis Czlniel. 72 'W as-f 4 F Editor ........... Assistant Editor . . . Pirfurm: Ruby Munchie, Helen Skariot. Typistr: Eileen Brock, Barbara Hogg, Betty Jane Porter, Vivian Salsberry. Cirfulation: Rose Scott, Ruth Scott. Alumni: Linda Levers, Edith Drabeck. Sfnior Editors: Eldora Andrew, Dennis Ankrom, Ida Braden, Beverly Finch, Jeanie Hackney, Angela Hunter, Betty Kottner, Peggy OlDon- nell. Junior Editors: Jack Dudash, James Grimes, Margaret Mitchell, Judy Myers, Arthur New- man, Linda Patton, Jane Riggle. Sports: Jim Agnew, James Reynolds, James Grimes. STAFF Jane Hathaway .. Judy Anderson Fllfllifyf Mr. Cleon Hallam, Mr. John Syrek, Miss Jennie Ferralli, Mr. James Moninger, Miss Beverly Dunn, Mrs. Fances Huffman, M1'. Howard VVilson, Mr. James R. Clark, Mrs. Garnet Allison. ADVERTISING Business Manager .... ............ A nn Plany Edward Bell, Carolyn Cornetti, Ronnie Day, Lee Frazee, Etta Jane Freeman, Sondra Hanam, Ruth Hardie, Wilma Karula, Don Lane, Margaret Linn, Jo Ann Lyons, Judy McKay, Sondra Morrison, Edith Myers, Barbara Pavkovich, Evelyn Poellot, Roe Poellot, Jack Redinger, Jo Ann Romano, Gene Rush, Peggy Thompson, Joyce Vajentic, Mary Lee Winnett, Dick Graham. OLYMPUS 5 EZ SZ if ll 'W' QW I S? 'v' 233223632 V 5? 56' it E5 it it S? W? HILLER The Hiller Staff, made up of 22 Juniors who are interested in Journalism and who have met certain scholastic requirements, publish Trinity's newspaper "The Hiller". lt is sold on both a subscription and separate issue basis six times a year. bliss Ruth lNlyers, the staff's adviser, helps the staff publish the hrst issue after which "The Hiller" is Written and put together entirely by the staff members. Lin Fulton, the editor, successfully headed this yearls staff. The paper is fortunate to have Rita Gottschalk Whose clever sketches add to each issue of the paper. Some of this year's features were UA Stroll Down Society I.ane'l, 'lliashions by Linda", "Tips from the Tower", 'fRoving Reporter'l, "Letters to the Editor', and many others. The staff enjoyed a successful year and hopes that each member of the student body found something of interest in each issue. The 1955-56 staff was: Editor ............... Associate Editor ........ Feature Editor ........... Associate Feature Editor . Sports Editor ............. Associate Sports Editor Sports Reporter ......... Society Editor ............ Assistant Society Editors . Exchange Editor ......... Associate Exchange Editor Fashion Editor ............ Art Editor .......... Business Manager ..... Advertising Manager Circulation Manager .... Mailing Clerk ......... Reporters ...... Copy Readers Adviser ........ Lin Fulton . . . Virginia Brock . . . . Edith Drabeck . . . Edith Freedman . . . . . . John Myers . . . . Helen Skariot Susan Hague . . . . . . . . . . Peggy Thompson . . . Alice Pettit, Joan Phillips Alice Andrews Lois Kern . . . Linda Livingston . . . . Rita Gottschalk . . . .Indy Anderson ... .. Virginia Miles Joan Newland Betty Lou Earnest Nancy Bell, Rose Ann Romano Joanne Romano, Lydia Toth Miss Ruth Myers 76 W? W' 25 W 5? V W M E7 I SENIOR HI-Y The Senior Hi-Y has been quite active this year. Some of our activities this year have been Christmas Assembly, Recovery Dance, and a joint party with the Senior Y-teens. All of this could not have been made possible if it Weren't for our Advisor, lVlr. Syrek. The olhcers Were: President ....... ..... R onnie Day Vice President .... Al Metzner Secretary ...... Linn Weaver Treasurer ..... Phillip Silcott 'QQ' QD' 5? 5? 'V' 'v' N1 Nr Q? S? er sr if YV v v QW W Y? a 77 5 W sv 5 I 44322 W W N? v S? 5 W V if JUNIOR HI-Y The Junior Hi-Y is an organization of ninth and tenth grade boys. The activities for the past year included regular meetings, initiation of new freshmen members and a picnic at the end of the year. The group also set up chairs for May Day. The success of our club has been due to our advisor, lVlr. VVilliam Clark, and co-operation of the members. 78 SENIOR Y-TEENS The enrollment of the Senior Y-Teen Club this year numbered about eighty. This organization, which is affiliated with the Y.VV.C.A., is open to any senior girl. Among the many activities of the club this year were picnics, parties, speakers, and movies. ln February a leap year party was held with the Senior Hi-Y boys as guests. ln addition to these there were such outstanding events in the All Y-Teen year as the Candlelight Service, the Hanging of the Greens, the Candy Cane Cottillion, and the Sweet- heart Dance. Marcy lVlcGaughey was chosen by the club as their candidate for queen at the Christmas dance, and Sally Abajace Was elected the club sweetheart. The ollicers and advisor of the club: President ................................. Etta Jane Freeman Vice President Peggy 0'Donnell Secretary ..... Jackie Morris Treasurer ........ .... J ean Gibbons Program Chairman ........ Sally Abajace Advisor ........... Miss Beverly Dunn 79 JUNIOR Y-TEENS The Junior Y-Teens, Which is open to any Junior girl, had an en- rollment of 87 members this year. The organization had many and various activities. The program of activities began with a A'Candlelight Service," honoring all the memh bers. In Qctober an 'lAutumn Hop" was held at the Y.VV.C.A. During the Christmas season the UCandy Cane Cotillion Dance" was the high- light. Joyce Cape represented the club as the candidate for 'ibiiss Peppermint Stick." The annual "Sweetheart Dance" was a big event on February ll, with Linda Livingston, the sweetheart from the club. Qn March l, a spaghetti dinner was enjoyed by all. Near the end of the school term, the Seniors were the guests of the Junior, Sophomore, and Freshmen Y-Teens at a picnic held at the VVashington Park. The regular monthly meetings Were held at the Y.W.C.A., on the third Monday at 4:00 P. NI. These meetings consisted of devotions and business. After devotions and business, the girls enjoyed dancing, films, bowling and at the December meeting, a Christmas Party. The officers this year were: President ................... ..... L inda Patton Vice President ..... Lin Fulton Secretary ........ .... L ois Mosier Treasurer .......... ..... E laine Frank Program Chairman .. ............ Linda Livingston Advisor .... .... .... lv I rs. James L. McCullough 80 V V 57 W W V W 19 Q? V W l SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS The Sophomore Y-Teens is an organization afliliated with the Y.XV.C.A. and is open to all Sophomore girls in Trinity High School. Among the highlights of the year were the annual Candlelight Service, the initiation of the Freshmen Y-Teens, The Peppermint Ball, the Sweetheart Dance and the Annual May Day Pageant. The Sophomore Y-Teens chose Chiquita Kelley as their Sweetheart. QV! xt! EE EZ W W W 5? W W W W 5? 'Eff EZ 5? 5? '55 President ........ ........ J anice Henry V Vice President ..... ........... W Secretary ........ ..... C arol Schweinebraton V Treasurer .......... ....... L ouise Nyswaner V V - V W Program Cluurman .......... Joyce Hanna sg .W Advisor ............ ..... M iss Dorothy Sten 5 W Sl if mr TT V M ,xii YQ GZ-fqmmfgagg NQQQQQQQ .0 x W W W av E5 EW if if 55 IZ QQQQ' SES Q. A W a NV S? sz 3333333 S S we YS: YSQSS 5 37' FRESHMEN Y-TEENS The Freshmen Y-Teen club is composed of 102 members. Their meetings are held on the first Monday of every month. Their main activities for this year include a Candlelight Service, an Autumn Dance, The Candy Cane Cotillion, and the Sweetheart Formal. Janice Lawrence was chosen to represent the club at the Candy Cane Cotillion, and Kathy Nevin was their candidate for the Sweetheart Formal. President ......... ..... .I oyce Guthrie Vice President ...... .... M arlene Courson Treasurer ........ ..... B etty Moninger Secretary ........... ..... C arol Holmes Program Chairman .... Georgia Mucey Faculty Advisor .... .... lv Iiss Marie Alexy 82 The following ofiicers were elected to serve during the 1955-56 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is composed of a Student Council Representa- tive and the President from each home room. An advisor and ofiicers elected from the Student Council hold meetings with the members to discuss, plan, and take care of the many problems that arise during the school year. Since the origin of the Student Council, Trinity High School has shown a more democratic attitude. Some of the past projects of the Student Council include: the ampli- Her and loud speakers in the gymnasium, the piano, and the repairing and improving of the stage, the new blinds in the gymnasium, the new fan in the gymnasium, and the record player. This year the student Council has contributed to the school a new banner, and a new central unit for the P. A. system in the ofiice. The purpose of this organization is to create a better understanding between the faculty and students, and to teach leadership and democratic government. year: President ........ Vice President Secretary ..... Treasurer Faculty Advisor Don Ward J. . John Wise Lois Miklic Lois Mosier Arleigh John W QP' f' if r W W sie 5 fggwgg R' BY YWEW: T i mv, Y NZ Y jr ll -11 if Swgeiigw-6 4 S? 'V' Y S5 v iff W if S? S? U OFFICE GIRLS Always willing to do any oilice chore for Nlr. John, hlr. Allison, and blr. Clark, these girls answer telephone calls, carry announcements, and perform numerous other ollice duties. Two girls are assigned in the office for each period. The group this year is as follows: Catherine Dague, Barbara Mik- lic, Barbara Pavkovick, hlargaret Linn, Shirley blounts, Betty Porter, Betty Kottner, Peggy 0'Donnell, Shirley Hanna, Louise Nyswaner hlartha Tarbuek, Nlerle lllinlield, Jeanne blorgan, Dorothy Patterson, Jane Riggle, Barbara Beck, Ruth Scott, Judy lNlcKay, Shirley Comstock Judy Barrett, Nlartha hlcfiaughey, and Carole Cole. Y 84 THE TRINITY H ISTORIANS The purpose of the Trinity Historians is to become acquainted with our state of Pennsylvania. The club is composed of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors who have attained an "A" average in History for a semester. The organization is a branch of the Pennsylvania Federa- tion of Junior Historians with its headquarters in Harrisburg. The year's activities started with a picnic at VVashington Park at which time the new members were initiated. At thanksgiving time the Historians sponsored an assembly program, and in December we had a guest speaker from Luxemburg. To raise funds for the club a bake sale was held. ln April the club attended the Southwestern Conference of Junior Historians at the California State Teachers College. A banquet held in May in honor of the Seniors and the newly elect- ed ofhcers closed the activities for the year. President ...................,.........,.... .... E dward Bell Vice President ............. .... L inda Patton Corresponding Secretary ..... ....... M argaret Linn Recording Secretary ....... .... D orothy Patterson Treasurer ............ .......... J ack Dudash Advisors .... ..... M iss Jennie Ferralli Mrs. Garnet Allison Nw' I WWW 85 j LIBRARIANS The Librarians are girls who have each given up one free period a day in order to help maintain the Trinity High School Library. Each girl has various duties to perform in order to keep her title as a Librar- ian: checking books in and out, writing overdue notices, collecting fines, and keeping the Library in good order throughout the day. The Library serves many students each period for reference material or for recreational reading. In addition to the book collection, the Library subscribes to twenty different periodicals and two daily news- papers. In November, the Librarians, with their advisor, Miss Martha Moninger, enjoyed a day in Pittsburgh. The itinerary included a con- ducted tour of the University of Pittsburgh Libraries, the Fort Pitt Blockhouse, and Lunch at the Gateway Center Plaza. In December, the Librarians exchanged gifts at a Christmas Party held at noon in the Library which was decorated for the holiday season. In lVIay, the Librarians joined with the Future Nurses Club and the T-Club for a picnic at VVashington Park. The oflicers elected for the year are: President ........ Vice President. . . Secretary ...... Treasurer ................ .... ............. The Librarians for SENIORS Marlene Brewer Carol Cox Phyllis Czmiel Louise Ford Eleanor Miller Twila Paul Patty Riggs Dorothy Ward Janet Zecker Eleanor Miller ....Virginia Miles Lin Fulton . . . . Louise Nyswaner the 1955-56 school year are: JUNIORS Lin Fulton Susan Knestrick Virginia Miles LaVerna Ostrander Jo Ann Pomykala Rose Ann Romano Veronica Sensky Donna Zecker 86 SOPHOMORES Irene Apache Caroline Bober Darlene Frazee Linda Kendall Joanne Kuzy Brenda Lindsey Louise Nyswaner Clara Ricker Eva Lou Watkins S. P. Q. R. CLUB The S. P. Q. R. fSenatus Populusque Romanusj Club has been very active this year. The projects this year were a "pig in the poke" sale and a bake sale at lWarshall's. The proceeds of these projects were used to finance the club's annual trip to Pittsburgh in February, during the Latin Festival Week at Buhl Planetarium, and its annual Roman banquet and initiation on the ldes of March, and also a picnic at Yvashington Park. A silver key is awarded at commencement to the Latin student who has maintained the highest average throughout four years of Latin. This year it will be awarded to Elmer Scargeant. Under the supervision of our advisor, lNlrs Spriggs, the following officers were elected: President ....... .... E ddie Bell Vice President ..... Von Naser Secretary .... Betty Kottner Treasurer ............ ....... E dith Myers Program Chairmen .... ..... E lmer Seargeant Margaret Mitchell if H Psi! ll L GEE ff' 87 G0 T0 COLLEGE CLUB The Go-to-College Club of Trinity High School has long been one of the outstanding clubs of the school. Niembers of the club are Junior and Senior girls taking the academic course and who are planning to continue their education beyond high school. The girls must maintain at least a "B" average to be eligible for membership and must also possess certain standards of loyalty, co-operation, and personality. Club meetings this year featured guest speakers from various col- leges and discussions concerning college life. A picnic was held at the beginning of the school year at Which time the new members Were initiat- ed. The picnic Was held at VVylie's summer home in Independence, Pa. The program this year also consisted of selling programs at the football games, selling assorted chocolates at Christmas time, a talent show and dance held in May, and a visit to neighboring colleges. The officers this year Were: President ........,.......... .... J 0 Ann Lyons Vice President ..... ..... J ane Hathaway Secretary ...,.. .... B etty Kottner Treasurer ........ .... M argaret Linn Program Chairman ............ Rose Scott Advisor .......... ....................... M iss Beverly Dunn Brill . ---" "' I ' 88 S? SECRETARIAL CLUB Members of the Secretarial Club are chosen on the basis of leader- ship, integrity, loyalty, cooperation, and scholastic ability. The com- mercial students Who meet these requirements are voted into the club the second semester of their Junior year. The students are assigned as secretaries to faculty members at the beginning of their Senior year as a preparatory step for an oflice position. This gives them the opportunity to apply classroom instruction to practi- cal situations. The Seniors held a Weiner roast at the Washington Park in Gctober and elected the oflicers for the year. The Juniors Were entertained by the Senior members of the club at an initiation party in March. The Juniors honored the Seniors at a banquet in lVIay. The otlicers: President .... Vice President Secretary .... Treasurer ..,. Advisors .... Mrs. A si lf in-illliill 1 fu Hn 1 .X-if-l'lT.' 1. TMS ,QX i,'HL"-- Y - ,V e' NX 1. , .4 L- 89 Evelyn Poellot Sally Abajace .. Barbara Pavkovich Lillian Park Mrs. Paul L. Huffman James L. McCullough Q U W '47 W W wr F39 'V' V W 'QD' 'QL' S6 'V 'ff 5? Kf 'Q7' V V Nd i T-CLUB The HT" Club is composed of thirteen girls from the Junior and Senior cl receive it The it if YJ V V it N? 5 'v' V V T asses. Their main duty is to take care of the gym office. They letter and a sweater for their services. officers are: President ...... Barbara Beck Vice President .... ..... C onnie Cox Secretary ...... .. Sophie Hurzon Treasurer .. Phyllis Czmiel Faculty Advisor QTXTXX my hwy Wi' l 6 I ask ft s ,S' P 90 Miss Marie Alexy STUDENT PATROL A group of boys, selected at the end of their Junior year on the basis of cooperation, dependability, and ability to assume responsibility, serve as the Student Patrol. The chief duty of this organization is to keep the traffic flowing smoothly through the halls between classes. In addition, these 'lpatrolmenw help to direct traffic for May Day and during Commencement season. The patrol consists of the following: Frank Brach, Tom Critch- field, Tom Carter, Richard Graham, Carl Hathaway, Robert Jones, Ray Patterson, Donald Pollard, Gerald Hickman, Richard Bayer, Elmer Seargeant, Dennis Ankrom, Linn Weaver, David Tenney, Harold Doman, Edward Bell, Mike Comito, John Bungard, Robert Clemens, and Gaylord Sprowls. 'li H limi xfalvA QE all 91 o 3 AUDIO - VISUAL ED. This group began the school year 1955-56 with three Senior opera- tors, Dennis Ankrom, Paul Crile, and James lVlcVay. There were three Junior operators also at the beginning of the year. To this experienced group at the beginning of the year were added the following new members: JUNIORS John Buchanan Donald Doak James Culbertson Ronald Westfall Sheldon Sieley Edward Lemley Robert Price SOPHOMORES James Booth Joe Hagen James Plants James Thomas ln addition to the regular duties of booking, showing, and returning 16mm movies, showing slides and strip hlms in class rooms, the usual feature films were shown each semester. These features are for the purpose of raising money for return film postage and insurance. A new Nlotorola high fidelity record player was added to the Audio- Visual equipment this year. The Department hopes to trade in at the end of the year our present Bell tk Howell Projector which is about seven or eight years old. 92 FUTURE NURSES CLUB The purpose of the Future Nurses Club is to familiarize students with the requirements of the various schools of nursing. Junior and Senior girls interested in nursing as a career are eligible for membership. The club with their advisor, Mrs. Dorothy Burson, enjoyed their annual trip to Pittsburgh, visiting the Gateway Center, Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittsburgh, and the Allegheny General Hospital School of Nursing. Films about schools of nursing and a guest speaker from the Hospital Council of VVestern Pennsylvania were a part of this year's program. The Future Nurses Club, the Librarians, and T Club enjoyed a social activity in the Spring. Several Future Nurses Club members served in the nurse's office this year. Their duties were to administer minor first-aid, record all students reporting to the nurse's oflice, and assist the school nurse when necessary. STUDENT OFFICE NURSES Eldora Andrew Dorothy Breese Elaine Frank Jeanne Hackney Shirley Johnson Mary Christopher Etta Jane Freeman Sondra Hanam Priscilla Knestrick Sara Morris Beverly Morrison Edith Myers Frances Pettit Donna Waldygo Joanne Olcott Alice Andrews OFFICERS President ....... .............. .... B e tty Kottner Vice President ..... ..... E dith Freedman Secretary ............... ....... D onna Waldygo Program Chairman ..... Martha McGaughey Advisor .............. Mrs. Dorothy Burson 93 W Q N W Q ii ii sis M rw Z4 YR' 9 423 I N w SZ S? wa sw eff SBIR' N' N? Nf W W FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB This is a new club just being organized this year. The first meeting was held February 24, 1956. Juniors and Seniors interested in becoming teachers and who have a 'iHigh CM average are eligible to join. The purpose of the Club is to prepare students for the teaching profession. OFFICERS President ....................................... Judy Anderson Vice President ....................... ...... .I udy Enstrom Second Vice President ..... . .... Doris Fattman Secretary ...............................,....... Susann Roberts Advisor ........................................ Mr. Paul Sedlak INTERMEDIATE BAND The members of the intermediate band prepare themselves for the Senior Band through practice on scales, exercises, and chords. This year Donald Worth along with Donald Ewing from the Senior Hand participated in the P. Bl. E. A. Junior High District Band held on Klarch l3, 1956, at Fifth Avenue High School in Pittsburgh. 94 SENIOR BAND This year saw many changes in our Senior Band. The membership was in- creased from sixty to eighty. They looked snappy on the field with their white bucks and new royal blue and white uniforms. The air-force style hats with two-tone plumes added to the beauty of the picture. llany new dance steps and formations were performed which gave a greater variety to the football programs. ln addition to providing new uniforms, the Board of Education bought several new instruments which enhanced the sound of the band. The band took part in the pep assemblies, Armistice Day parade, pep parade, football games, the Junior and Senior plays, a Christmas program at llorganza, the presentation of Green Pennants, and demonstration of music progression for sev- eral P. T. A. meetings. The Spring Concert, presented in April, was the highlight of the year. Vivian Salsberry, Sam l-lazlett, and John Loughman attended District Band at Waynesburg. John Loughman was chosen for State Band. The following officers were installed at the annual Band Banquet, February 22, 1956: President ........... . ......... Victor Miscio Vice President ................................. Arthur Newman Secretary-Treasurer ................................ Shirley Ohs 95 AZQZ-Q 'SEEK' V 'SZ' V SZ' M r W N7 .., W M W W S? 25 ww v SZ' W MIXED CHORUS The Vocal Department started the school year under the direction of llrs. Patricia Kingsley. A number of members from the group sang in the Washingtoii County Chorus for Teacher's lnstitute. The llixed Chorus sang for the Thanks- giving and Christmas Assemblies. For the second semester llrs. Louise H. Good took over the Vocal Department. The Nlixed Chorus sang for the Senior Sermon and Commencement. A few mem- bers were chosen for District Chorus at Shaler High School, Crlenshaw, Pa. Cn April 25, the llixed Chorus took part in the Choral Concert which grew to be one of the highlights of the year. 96 'v 'W' W if Q2 U I GIRLS CHORUS llembers of the Girls Chorus took part in the Thanksgiving and Christmas Assemblies by singing with the lllixed Chorus. ln the second semester the Girls Chorus was reorganized and enlarged. As a new unit the Girls Chorus sang for the Easter Assembly put on by the Y-Teens. We look forward to the Girls Chorus as becoming an independent and Valuable part of the Vocal Department receiving recognition in its own right. The highight for the Girls Chorus was the part they played in making the Choral Concert a success. if 57 V V W W 'T' Nz' Nf' Sf W1 'U' N' W V 'V' Xf 97 W M ll V M 7 W ? 'GGGQQZ 435 ,QI NN W 'W' if 5? vw 7 W G ff 'S' 32425251 V 'SZ' v S? 56 S? Sa' W W ?f if V V 'Sf' V 5? 35 rw JUNIOR PLAY Ult's a Great Life", the Junior Class play under the direction of Miss Beverly Dunn, was presented two afternoons and one evening, November 17 and 18. This three act farce comedy dealt with the trials and tribulations of the Wilson Family - a family that could well be yours or your neighbors. The Cost Mrs. Wilson ..... .................. .... E l aine Frank Mr. Wilson Arthur Newman Mary Wilson .... .... C arol Bryant Tommy Wilson Ted .......... Aunt Gertrude Wilbert ...... Theresa Garit "Muscles" 0'Rourke .... Mane ................. Miss Alstead .... Jim Herron . Phillip Silcott .. Jean Johnson Jim Cassidy Judy Myers Von Naser Jane Riggle Joanne Romano Student Director .. ........... Margaret Mitchell Prompters ..... ............... S hirley Sargent, Lee Dunn 'sa x il 17 ? f' W Rpvil fini is 98 SENIOR PLAY The Senior Class presented 'lGoing Places" directed by lVlr. Paul Sedlak on March 23, 1956. The play, a farce in three acts, is centered around a group of col- lege students and the predicaments they can get into while trying to get Chuck Malloy on the football squad for the coming season. The Cost Dr. Walter Klmball .... ............ Ella Kimball ........ Shirley Kimball .... Jeff Sterling .... Rosemary Lee .. Cuthbert Lee ..... Chuck Malloy .... Kate Malloy ........ Dr. Melville Stubbs ..... Lillian Stubbs ...... Gladys Miller .. Florence Ward Prompters .... Samuel Hazlett . Rosalyn Scott Donna Waldygo Don DaRa Twila Mae Paul .. Edward Bell . Henry Liston Joyce Vajentic John Loughman . Carolyn Laws Dorothy Patterson . Jackie Morris Margaret Linn, James McVay Mm wi, Wu s .l-I Ill W y , .Q X ' W J, W efallfll V C .5 li 9 E' 99 W wr 33333 5 W rs sr '47 R5 M1 'QP' l W ,331 '333333333 1 'V' li W W -Qv V V' M IT M W V GGGGGGGGGGGGGK N7 S! 3 W 'Rf ii W W V W .7172 -663' GGGGGQGGGGGS sr 35 53' SENIOR CHAPTER F. F. A. Activities of the Chapter this year followed the order of previous years: initiation of the Freshmen into the F. F. A. as Greenhands, the Sophomores as Chapter Farmers. Activities of the Farm Show were Project lvinners, Demon- stration Team, Keystone Farmers, and etc. A round and square dance was held Friday, Nlarch 2. The 27th Annual Father Sc Son Banquet was conducted April 4. 30 boys received their F. F. A. letters or bars for earning at least 45 points under our letter award program. Other awards were also given out. Officers of the Chapter are: President ........ . . . Linn Weaver Vice President ..... .... X Villiam Eckles Secretary ...... .... J ames Herron Treasurer .... James Andrew Reporter ..... ........ E d Lemley Sentinel .... ..... R onald Westfall Advisor Mr. John Crosbie ggi illullff l ls 100 SOPHOMORE F. F. A. The Sophomore Chapter of the Future Farmers organized and elected ofiicers last spring. Dick Thomas was elected president, Bob Lusk, vice president, Bob Hull, secretary, George Plance, treasurer, Richard Blacliinney, reporterg and David Cagnon, sentinel. hir. John Lowry is the advisor, The Sophomore members were initiated as Chapter Farmers in February raising them from the Greenhand Degree. Representatives attended the Leadership Training School at Jefferson- Nlorgan High School in the fall. Several other spring activities are planned. GREENHAND F. F. A. There were 25 boys initiated into the Greenhand Chapter. After 2 days of being dressed in rather strange clothing, they all passed the final test at the initia- tion Which was held one evening in the auditorium. Their program consists of familiarization with F. F. A. procedure, selling garden seeds, and raising baby chicks as group projects. 101 S? W W l W x in x ,f X rf ,fi M x yl X nl X . X 'I' X f i ,N , . f KEYSTON E FARME RS This year Trinity had three boys win the honor becoming Keystone Farmers. This is next to the highest degree that an F. F. A. member can obtain. The boys are selected upon their records of farming program, F. F. A. activities, school and community activities and scholarship. Trinity boys receiving the Keystone farmer degree this year are: Linn Weaver, John Bungard, and Bill Eckles. AMERICAN FARMER Ben Hamilton, class of "SZ", received the highest degree obtain- able in the F. F. A. at Kansas City during the annual national convention. This degree was awarded Benny along with ten other boys from Pennsyl- vania in Kansas City. The State Farmer degree fKeystone Degree in Pennaj is awarded to about 1 out of 100 F. F. A. boys. The American Farmer Degree is awarded to about 1 out of 1000 F. F. A. boys. This is the first year since 1944, when Judson Deill won the Ameri- can Farmer degree, that Trinity has had an American Farmer. This top degree is awarded upon the basis of establishment in farm- ing, F. F. A., school and community activities, and leadership. Only the best qualify. 102 PROJ ECT WINNERS Boys who attended the Farm Show as project Winners, Won the trip through competition Within the local school. These boy's hooks were then sent into the State Project Contest along with other good record books from Trinity. The results from this contest are: Beef Breeding Dick Patton Gold John Lindley Silver Bees Jim Smith Gold Corn Don Ward Bronze Dairy Herd Joe Zipko Silver Dick Thomas Bronze Dairy Records George Plance Honorable Mention Farm Garden Bob Jones Silver Home Improvement Dick Mac Kinney Silver Poultry Broilers William Eckles Silver Poultry Flock Jack Patress Silver Sheep Linn Weaver Gold John Bungard Silver Small Grains George Mancinni Silver Sow 8z Litter Donald Doak Bronze John Lindley Silver Truck Garden Dick Bayer Gold Farming Program Linn Weaver Gold Bill Yoders Bronze Linn Weaver and Bill Yoders Won a cash award from Production Credit. Linn VVeaver also won a cash award for Eiiicient Dairy Production. 103 f fav wasila . . grim, 5 DEMONSTRATION Senior members of the Trinity Chapter F. F. A. are selected through tryouts to make up this year's demonstration team. Carl Yates, Ed Friend, Jim McVay, Bill lVIiller and Linn VVeaver made up the team. This year the boys placed 10th in Statewide competition at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show. F. F. A. BAND MEMBERS Duane Taggart and Richard Wonsettler represented Trinity F. F, A. in the State F. F. A. Band at the Farm Show this year. This is Diclcls first trip and Duane's third. The state F. F. A. Band plays for several functions at the Farm Show and also during F. F. A. week at State College in the Spring. 104 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Future Homemalcers of America is opened to all girls enrolled in Home Economics Who are interested in stimulating better home membership and partici- pation in Home Economics. There are two chapters because of the large enrollment but both work jointly on all activities and projects. The Sophomores participated at the State Farm Show and at the State F. H. A. Convention at Penn State. The Freshman chapter participated at the Region B meeting held at Fishertovvn, Penna. Other activities during the year Were the F. F. A. - F. H.A. initiation-installation, YVashington- Greene County F. H.A. round-up and Gpen House for the new Home Economics Building, and a lllother-Daughter Party. Sophomore President ....... ............... . .. Mary Oakman Vice President .... ............ ..... A l ice Thomas Secretary ....... ........... . . Barbara Swaintek Treasurer ..... ............... .... B r enda Brown Freshmen President ......... ...................... S hirley Rockwell Vice President .... ....................... J anice Guthrie Secretary ....... .... M ary Elizabeth Ritchey Treasurer ........................... . ............ Nancy Haney 105 M M U W Y vf W El' 5 'N 5-'Q-W Q v 'Q 7' v 5? 3 'Q 'x 5 +22 222222 'C n W i 'QB' 12222 422 222222522 XNlT Y RRP. H. A. A if T ps fsiiaiiglxieniakers A wa5mn9'0" Cwfffy F. H. A. DEMONSTRATION The F. H. A. Demonstration Team consisting of Barbara Swaintel-2, Elizabeth Hunter, Barbara lN'lcCrerey, Linda Varner and Brenda Brown, alternate, presented "Handy Tips for Homemakersn at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show in January. The team placed 3rd in the demonstration contest and 3rd in the Pennsylvania Electrical Association Contest. CAFETERIA CLUB The Cafeteria Club is composed of girls who aid in the preparation and serving of the noon lunch and the annual banquets. They handle the concession for all home basketball games, wrestling matches, and dances. The proceeds from this project are used for Club activities. The Club is supervised by lylrs. Lenore Brister, Mrs Lucille Heil, and bliss Dorothy Sten. The ollicers: President ...... . .... ...... E stelle Roberts Vice President ...... . ...... Bonnie Fielder Secretary-Treasurer ................................ Clara Kelly 106 F. H. A. WINDOW EXHIBIT The F. H. A. Window exhibit, "Don't Abuse Your Fuse," was one of nine selected for viewing at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show. It was designed to show faulty electrical practices which cause fuses to blow. The exhibit placed 4th out of nine. 107 V M I' W M A 3333 Z' V If W W' I5 W Q. W 'QV 'J sw 5' M W r +333 AZ' YQ' V 55' sa W 'QP' 'V' E9 'V' Q. EZ W f' 'x Q. Q. 'v .. if V 5 W W W W M W 4. QJQFQ . xgg Y sp sz me M W sw S? M sw sw Sl? ma V W 5? Q0 W W 26333266266 W S? S? sa S? V Q2 N? K aff sf mamma www ww 1 ATHLETICS 5? 'Sf E5 M1 Y . lv GGGQ- YQ' it 'Sf' W 73 Q, - W em NQQ 'cf I5 W 5 W W sv 'r 'Sf' TRINITY HIGH WRESTLING H55-5611 Trinity has had one of its best seasons this year. Qur team, under the coach- ing of llr. Henry Reihner, has won 10 matches, lost 1, and tied 1. In the WPIAL Tournament held at Canonshurg, we Won the Tournament and Team Championships hy having seven individual champions. These champions Were: James Grimes, Daryl Kelvington, Dale Johnson, Ralph Littleherry, Ted Littleherry, Veryl Long, and Don Wzird. Entering the Regional Tournament held at Washiiigtoli, we Won the Champion- ship hy having three champions and two runnersup. Champions were James Grimes, Ralph Littleherry, and Veryl Long. Runnersup: Ted Littleherry and Don Ward. In the PIAA State Tournament held at University Park, we placed a close second for unofficial state Team Championship hy having all three boys bring home a first or second place trophy. Ralph Littleherry and Veryl Long were champions and James Grimes was runnerup. 110 State Champions lconiul STATE CHAMPION RALPH LITTLEBERRY In his two year varsity record, Ralph has Won 31 matches, lost 3, and tied 1. In 1955 he was WPIAL 120 lb. champion and PIAA 120 lb. runnerup. In 1956 he was 127 lb. WPIAL champion and PIAA 127 lb. champion. STATE CHAMPION VERYL LONG In his two year varsity record, he has won 35 matches, lost 3, and tied 0. In 1955, Veryl was WPIAL 138 lb. champion and PIAA 138 lb. runnerup. In 1956 he was WPIAL 145 lb. champion and PIAA 145 lb. champion. This year we are losing eight boys from seven weight classes, five because they are seniors, and three because of age. In December We entered a squad of practically all freshmen in the Novice Tournament at Canonsburg. Our youngsters did a Wonderful job. Eight scheduled reserve meets, Saturday matches, and exhibition matches with neighboring schools gave our novice and reserve wrestlers some needed experience. Qui' entire Wrestling squad numberer -10. The Washington Optimist Club again honored us with a banquet and presented us With a beautiful team trophy for being the VVPIAL Wrestling champions, and the most outstanding athletic team in the area. For the third consecutive year, Trinity has won its section and then gone on to win the coveted WPIAL Wrestling championship. ..,g2Q23a. m 111 CHEERLEADERS A very necessary part of all athletic contests at Trinity is the student cheering section. The school spirit of the Trinity students is exemplified in the enthusiastic Way they cheer. The big job of leading organized cheering for this group is in the very capable hands of eight girls. These girls, elected during the second semester of their sophomore year, spend many hours practicing in order to perfect the motions for the many cheers they use. Their uniforms this year consisted of white v-neck sweaters and navy blue skirts which when reversed were blue and white plaid. The spirit of loyalty displayed by the cheerleaders is second to none. They typify the true "spirit of Trinityfl The senior cheerleaders this year were Carolyn Herron, Linda Levers, Ruth Scott, and lladeline VVorlyn. The junior cheerleaders were Joan Bushmire, Ruth Kirk, Nlary Lyons, and Jackie Varner. Wanda Brooks, Geraldine Koslcey, Nlyra Levato, and Deanna Walker were elected as the new cheerleaders for next year, Nliss Beverly Dunn is the faculty advisor for the cheerleaders. X Yi li? f Qfa icy. 'i qmail llll K X Qin..-W' , GE li 113 W WU 5455 ea WW '53 Eli? ww 33 .V NWS? S? 'MP sw S? S? iw E 333 r W W S? we 333333333 W KV 'J W W 'QL' USHERS Ar the beginning of each football season a group of girls, is selected from the Senior Class to usher at all home football games. The duty of these girls is to assist the reserve seat patrons in finding their places quickly and easily. Rlr. John appointed two head ushers, Evelyn Poellot and Judy llcliay, who were assisted by Ruby Xlunchie, Sondra Hanam, Klona Hickman, Anna Spino, Virginia Veltri, Beverly llorrison, -lane Hathaway, Twila Paul, Carol Gray, Bette Fonner, Shirley Lindley, llargaret lloore, Dolores Bryner, and Shirley Klounts. To end the season a steak dinner was held in the Home Economics Building for the ushers, program sellers, and the boys working in the concession stand. PROGRAM SELLERS These girls, all members of the Go To College Club, added their bit to the football season by selling programs at all the home games. The proceeds from the sale of programs go in part to the sweater fund for the varsity athletes and to the Go To College Club. The club each year presents a financial award to the athlete having the highest scholastic average. These girls deserve a great deal of credit and praise for their spirit in this endeavor. 114 . pf .xmwmfsl l .... 1 E' wi V Z ,el , YYY!! YS' si sn v if W 'W '47 BASKETBALL 1955-56 The 1955-56 basketball season got under way successfully when We Won the opening game of the season. Our new coach VVilliam Mc- Lhinney molded his team about George Hickman the only veteran returning from the previous season. Glenn McCauley, Robert VVardle, John VVise, VVayne Dempshar, Donald Draper, Paul Miles and Roe Poellot who came up from last reserve squad completed the varsity squad. VVe will lose Hickman, lVlcCauley, and VVardle as seniors but replace- ments coming on are some promising Sophomores: Joe Kern, Robert Lusk, Franklin Moss, George lNlclNiullen and Charles Houston. Some highlights of the season Were: The Chartiers game when Miles Was outstanding with his accurate shootingg the Avella game won by foul shots after the period had endedg the Wash High game in which our opponent Won during the last fifteen seconds of the game and an upset in the Mount Lebanon game which we won. Our season resulted in four Wins and two losses in non-league competition and live wins and seven losses in VV. P. I. A. L. competition. Claysville Trinity Chartiers Trinity Claysville Trinity Avella Trinity Chartiers Trinity Monongahela Trinity :iCanonsburg Trinity iiliurgettstown Trinity iDormont Trinity iWaynesburg Trinity i'M0unt Lebanon Trinity iiWashington Trinity "'Can0nsburg Trinity '?Burgettst0wn Trinity itDormont Trinity iiwaynesburg Trinity iM0unt Lebanon Trinity 2Washington Trinity iW.P.I.A.L. Games. RESERVE BASKETBALL Trinity's Reserve Basketball season brought out some material very promising for another season. One of the difficulties We experience in this sport is lack of op- portunity to develop the smooth cooperation necessary for sustained team success. The number of Sophomores on this reserve squad offers possibility for the maintainance of the combination until a high degree of accuracy and coordination may be reached. SEASON SUMMARY Trinity Claysville Trinity Claysville Trinity Avella Trinity Chartiers Trinity Monongahela Trinity Canonsburg Trinity Union Trinity Dormont Trinity Waynesburg Trinity Mount Lebanon Trinity Washington Trinity Chartiers Trinity Canonsburg Trinity Union Trinity Dormont Trinity Waynesburg Trinity Mount Lebanon Trinity Washington ROSTER Kern Resik McMullen Klenzing Houston Hagan Lusk Bloom Moss Day Strand Henry 117 MAJORETTES The 1956 "Hi1lerettesl' were led by Head Majorette, Rose Scott and Drum lVIajor, Victor Nliscio. They participated in assemblies, parades, and all the football games. Sally Abajace, Nlarlene Bleifus, Jo Ann Lyons, Jackie lvlorris, Lila Powell, Lois Rea, Rose Scott, and Donna VValdygo are graduating With the Class of '56. 119 FOOTBALL 1955 The Trinity High School 1955 football team turned in a much better record than many people expected as the Hillers battled some of the biggest and strongest teams in the W.P.l.A.L. ln nearly every one of the nine games, opponents had the edge in size and experience over the Blue and White. But in every game, the Hill- toppers did not give an inch on determination and spirit. Under the direction of coach, llilton Decker, and assistants John Syrek, VVilliam lWcLhinney and James llloninger, the Trinity squad continued to improve as the season progressed. Une of the highlights of the season was a thrilling 13 to 12 win at College Field over highly-favored Nlonessen High School, a top Class AA team. The upset fto everyone but Trinity fansl featured a season record of three wins, five losses and one tie. The 1955 season was the last in interscholastic football competition for Gene Ault, Jerry Ault, Tom Carter, Paul Crile, Odell Dague, William Eckles, Jim Hancher, George Hickman, Ted Littleberry, Veryl Long, Ray llontgomery, Jerry Vinisky, Don Ward, and Joe Zipko. A summory of the 1955 cornpoign TRINITY-13 CHARTIERS-7 The Hillers won the Chartiers game in the last twenty-hve seconds of play. Don Ward grabbed a pitchout from Wise and ran the distance for the score. The Hillers first score came when George Hickman went over for the TD after a 75 yard drive. The extra point was scored when Carl VVheeler took the ball on a 'AStatue of Libertyu play. TRINITY-13 REDSTONE-20 Trinity was eliminated from the W.P.l.A.L. Class AA race by losing 20-13 to Redstone High School. Trinity scored on a sensational 81 yard pass by Butch Wise for the touchdown with Eckles kicking the extra point. Wise later threw to Calvin Henry for the second Hiller touchdown. TRINITY-6 WASHINGTON-22 Trinity was hampered by rainy weather. This eventually caused the Hillers to lose much needed yardage in the annual tussle with Wash High. The Hillers only score came when Ted Littleberry scored on a sensational run from the VVashington -1-1. 120 TRINITY-13 MONESSEN-12 Trinity came from behind to defeat the powerful llonessen Greyhounds 13-12. This game was the first of six played against llonessen that the Hillers have won. The first Hiller score came when Butch Wise connected to Hickman for the touch- down. The final and winning touchdown came after the Hillers started a drive from the Nlonessen 275 with Ward going over for the score and Hickman booting the game's winning point. TRINITY-13 CHARLEROI-38 The Charleroi Cougars easily ran up a 38-13 win over Trinity. The game was marred by frequent penalties and players from both teams were ejected from the game. The Hillers first score came on a 65 yard pass play from Butch VVise to George Hickman. The second score was accounted for hy Calvin Henry on a 30 vard run. TRINITY-6 CALIFORN IA-6 Trinity and California hattled to a 6-6 tie in the mud at College Field. Trinity scored on a blocked kick which George Hickman picked up and ran the distance. The hearthreaker for the Hillers came when Jim Hancher recovered a California fumble on the Hiller Wise passed the Hillers to the California 11 where he completed to Hancher to California's 5. Hickman got to the three yard-line where the clock ended the game. TRINITY-27 CANONSBURG-6 The Hillers caught hre early in the game and went on to defeat the Gunner agregation 27-6. jerry Vinisky knocked down and recovered a Canonshurg pitchout on the Gunners, 8, where Don Ward scored from one yard out. NVith twenty-five seconds to go, Wise threw a T. D. pass to Calvin Henry in the end zone. Early in the fourth period, Hickman intercepted a Laurich pass and ran the distance un- touched. Then driving fifty-one yards, Veryl Long went over from the one. Canons- burg's only touch-down came when Lou Jackson swept end for four yards and the T. D. TRINITY-0 BROWNSVILLE-27 The big Brownsville team was the only team to keep the Hillers scoreless. The Hiller team played the big Brownies to a standstill the first half, hut couldnlt keep the pace of the bigger Brownsville players. The longest drive of the Hillers carried the ball to the Brownsville 135 only to lose the hall on a pass interception. TRINITY-7 AMBRIDGE-40 Title-hound Amhridge High School used a passing attack to gain an early lead and stay ahead of the Hillers. VVith penalties thick and heavy, the arm of Chuck Shevchik passed the Bridgers to an early lead. The Trinity one T.D. came when Hickman intercepted an Amhridge pass and ran it back to the Amhridge -19. VVard and Hickman alternated carrying downheld for Trinity, from where Don lVard carried over from the one. ' 121 ll 'QD' 4'GG2'QGw2'62'G'K GGG E Q 'Q 'V' Sf 4 BASEBALL 1955 The baseball season was an Hoff and on,'l affair. We Won exhibition games with Jefferson and VVest Bethlehem High Schools. ln W. P. l. A. L. games We lost both games to Washington High School and Won and lost one each in our games with Canonsburg, Char- tiers, and Mount Lebanon. Trinit 's defense ame was well balanced but we lacked oWer at Y g P the plate when Uhitsn could have Won games for us. THE ROSTER: lst Base .. ................... Barry Laight 2nd Base .... ............... . .. Bucky Adams 3rd Base .... ............... L ee Frazee Short Stop ........................................ Barry Swart Catchers ............................ Luke Redigan, Roe Pollett Pitchers ......................... George Hickman, Roy Sowers Fielders-Dave Selway, John Wise, Gene Martin, Jack Williams, William Doak, James Linn. ip ' fa V ' K ' Eg Q:-1 5. 5 gm b ' f . 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KOZY KOTTAG We Specialize in Home Cooked Meals Chicken and Home Made Ravioli and Socla Fountain Service OPEN 8 A. M. TO 12 P. M. COpen on Sundaysj J. M. LANE AGENCY Real Estate and Insurance J. M LANE Compliments of EARL LlNDLEY'S . PERRY Nl. LANE PAUL F. LANE BEN F. BREHL T E X A C 0 433-34 Washgngfs? Union Trust 1279 Park Avenue ui ing Phone 12 Phone 9990 E N G L E ' S Radio Cv Marine Sales Motorola and Sylvania TV Century Boats 86 johnson Outboard Motors E. Walnut St. 200 N. C 11 o ege St. Phone 4259 WASHINGTON, PA. WASHINGTON MEAT MARKETS O HOME OWNED STORES o 28 North Phones ' 144 South Phones TW Main Street 3200 - 3201 Main Street 1406 - 1407 Special Prices and Schools To Fraternities JUDSON WILEY G' SONS QWAYNEFEEDS 0 CEMENT CONTRA CTORS 0 BUILDER'S SUPPLIES READY-MIXED CONCRETE 404 South Main St. Wash ington, Pa. Phones: 423 and 3044 147 CORNER CUT - RATE STORE PATENT MEDICINES - SUNDRIES MAIN - WALNUT STREETS Phone 9641 Robert C. 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Q n CI O Hamilton and Elgin 0 P Cl S 'l' e I' G S 31 NORTH MAIN STREET Q 3 McCarrell Avenue Q Washington, Pa. Phone 1586 FEEDS SEEDS FERTILIZERS PETROLEUM FARM SUPPLIES DEEP FREEZERS AND PAINT WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU 264 West Wheeling Street Phone 6370 Burgettstown: Phone WI-Iitney 7-9560 151 DARI-DELITE FOR A REAL COOL TREAT, STOP AT JOHN'S DARI-DELITE 690 East Maiden Street WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA The Sure Way To Have Is To Save . . . 0 Regular Savings Accounts - For Immediate Needs I Peoples 222, Certificates - For Surplus Savings Save With Safety Ar Peoples First National Bank G' Trust Company WASHINGTON OFFICE 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Member Federal Reserve System GEO. L. LENK COMP!-IMENTS Realtors G' Insurers OF Property Management - Appraisals Building Sites -- Farms ANDREW'S COFFEE SHOP 0 Noted for their I "We Rely on Fair Prices to Obtain Business Fair Treatment to Retain It" 443 Washington Trust Bldg. Washington, Pa. Phone 4877 O Home Baked Pastries O COMPLIMENTS OF STOLFER'S CHICKENBURGERS SANDWICHES AND SOFT DRINKS HOME-MADE CAKE 86 PIE Route 19 South WASHINGTON, PENNA. 152 WARNE FARM SUPPLIES JOHN H. WARNE, Owner Authorized Dealer MASSEY - I-IARRIS G NEW IDEA li! If E ff Q .. QL- ,vig ,Lk K Q :A li I- I fi. Better Built Form Equipment Phone 2245 Complete Line of Feeds, Fertilizers, Farm Supplies Sherwin - Williams Paints 1 Mile West of Washington, Pa., on Route 40 Quick Service Shoe Shines W. Cr J. SHOE SERVICE Work While You Wait 31 East Beau Street J. JANFLONE, Prop. Repairworlc Accessories HENRY G. HOOD Cr SONS --INSURANCE-- O WASHINGTON, PA. Behnut 8 ibarnbill If 121 Ridge Avenue WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA Phone 204 N. RAYMOND BEBOUT S. F. Bamhill OAMBULANCE OSERVICE COMPLIMENTS OF LOUIS BERMAN REAL ESTATE .... INSURANCE 7 WEST WHEELING ST. Phone 1388 l 1 l 7 A BANK IS YOUR PARTNER At 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 is the safe place for your savings faccounts insured to 510,000 by F. D. I. CJ May we be your partner? Washington Office 40 South Main Street MELLON NATIONAL BANK 6- TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation KIMMINS MOTOR SALES We Buy - Sell - Trode WASHINGTON, PENNA., R. D. 1 Donald Kimmins, Mgr. Phone 3843 15-1- Phones 5202 - 8600 AUTOMOTIVE WELDING Cr SUPPLY COMPANY FIRE EXTINGUISHER REFILLS - WELDING EQUIPMENT OXYGEN AND ACETYLENE - ELECTRODES Route 40 West Post OHICC Box No. 7 1296 West Chestnut St., Ext. WASHINGTON, PA MERRELLS, INC. 115 S. Second Street Clarksburg, W. Va. CLASS RINGS ANNOUNCEMENTS - CARDS - DIPLOMAS Stationers to the Class of '56 DAVID O. CONGER Wholesale Candies and Confections Phone 898 54 SEMINOLE AVE. WASHINGTON, PA. Compliments of ELVIN L. SALSBERRY SALSBERRY'S BODY Cr FENDER SHOP Rear 256 S. Main St. Phone 4604 Washington, Pennsylvania Phone Res. Washington 1959-R 155 V N 0920 wo' 1 S S ...UAE FP. 25 W. Chestnut Sr. Washington, Pa. GRAVELY 5 H.P. TRACTORS 20 Power Driven Attachments Year Round Maintenance F R A N K B E R R Y AUTHORIZED DEALER Washington, Fayette, Greene Co. SALES AND SERVICE 608 West Chestnut St. WASHINGTON, PENNA. Phone Wash. 5600 SUWAK TRUCKING CO. COMMON CARRIER OF GENERAL COMMODITIES Service to and From Washington, Cleveland, Akron, Ohio with Connections for Points COMPLIMENTS OF JOHN B. BRUNO GENERAL PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTING Beyond 1105 Fayette St., Washington, Pa. 65 Campbell Ave' Phone 9200 Phone 3432 COMPLIMENTS MOJLYBDJENUM CORPORATION OJF AMIZRIQCA COMPLIMENTS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL Special Party ond Banquet Service W. R. Lippincott, Mgr. 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