Trinity High School - Olympus Yearbook (Washington, PA)

 - Class of 1958

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Miss MARIE ALEXY 2 MISS MARIE ALILXY 3 W J, MM Wm fkMyi2R WW v l 4fWHj fvffqjw ' ixigqmx R 1 Higsiff HES W2 Q? 15 A gi kgs .f x 171,-fk,4 , 'I 'Q 4 - . fg,'-' ' , 1 IHIHIHIIHINH Congratulations TO THE MEMBERS OF THE Class of 1958 if You, who are about to make high school memories history, have a real task before you in preserving democracy as you and your forefathers know it. YVe are witnessing at this time great advances in science. ln the past great men of science shared their discoveries with one another to make this a desirable world to live in. This day and age we are fearful of the sharing of knowledge with one another, because we are told that an entire nation can be destroyed with the discoveries that man made. This makes it clear that undesirable thinking on our part could mean the end of our democracy. Therefore, it is necessary for us to put our thinking in order. Let up pray that we may use the Ten Commandments as guidance in our thinking. CThou shall have no other gods before me.j VVe the Board of Directors wish to express our sincere congratula- tions to the graduating class of 1958. YVe the Board of Directors also wish to express our sincere appreciation to the Administration, the Faculty and Students for their fine spirit and loyalty. THE BIJARD or EDUCATION or TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL S. REED PIANEY, Pr-widen! 6 .r I 'FI'- ' ff .94 REED HANEY South Strabane Prmidmzl - I - f 9' MARTIN ABAJACI2 Canton JOHN FRAZEE Amwell Q 'Q'-.Dig EF l y 5 , . , ZFX.. 'L A. B. KENNEY South Strabane JOHN A. SMITH Canton ANTHONY RDMANO J. HAGAN GUTIIRIE I"1f1' PI'I'.fIfl't'7If SI'l'I'1'flII'jl Canton North Franklin 4 alll C' I 1 X '72 if . -,,, .I oh LOREN CARI. CI-IARLI2s R. CLARK XVYLIE COURSON Canton North Franklin North Franklin EDWIN J. GAUL HAROLD HAAS MARTIN HAIJZAM South Strabane Canton Amwell JAMES MARTIN STANLEY MCVVREATII North Franklin South Strabane MRS. MARGARET ULERY GEORGE H. WARRICK, JR. Canton South Strabane 7 W. L. RAMSEY Trfntrlrrr Amwell w .gt- A JONATHAN DAY Amwell WILLIAM G. PIEATLY North Franklin HIE' fttfiff I ' 1' 3? L fat 1 . . mal S'I'ANI.EY SHOOK Canton RALPH E. VVILEY Amwell g. ai i lk MQ iii' T " 3 :ness 'si M W 3 ' 'i we gem ii Hi ii M "NU X Mi Mi' " iii F ii' ' ' e i M si?Esp5a"- Nix Mu ii ii J. A RLEIGH JOHN University of Pittsburgh, M. Ed. Drnfx vm! fwnrdx. The student body of Trinity High School carries on many extra cur- ricular activities and many worthwhile projects. One of these projects of which we are very proud is the school's annual, The Olympus. The pro- duction and financing of this book is entirely in the hands of the members of the student body. W7ith the generous support of our many friends in business and industry who aid us through the medium of advertising, the yearbook staff has been able to maintain the Olympus as one of the out- standing high school yearbooks in its field. My congratulations to the members of this yearls staff who through long and persistent efforts have maintained these high standards in this, the thirty-first issue of the Olympus. J. ARLEIGH JUHN, Szzpumising Prinripal 8 Supervising Principal Washington and Jefferson College B S Washington and jefferson College M A JAM ES R. CLARK Principal Juniata College, B. 8.5 University of Pitts- burgh, M. Ed. llfisr mrn my nothing in t1I17lgl'l'lHl.f limz'.r. I wish to congratulate the Trinity High School Class of 1958. Most of you have had a very successful four years and can always look back with pride upon your achievements. You have experienced fairplay, loyalty, and honesty which have played and will continue to play a most important role in your lives. You have been successful in all class activities which I have observed. You have been surrounded by very wonderful teachers and students who have made possible for you to experience the nicer ways of living. You have had the opportunity to be encouraged by the Trinity spirit to do things to the best of your ability. It is my hope that you will always be glad you are a Trinity graduate and a person to whom Trinity can always point with pride. I wish the best of everything to all members of the Class of 1958. Jiuvucs R. CLARK, lpfillfffllll 9 1958 Mrs. Donald Casto and fwait. E-. Trinity High School. Secretary i to the Administration. l They 11110 .rw'fz1L' 'who only .vfund 10 Norman Allison Assistant Prine W :lshington and jefferson lege, B. S.g University of I burgh, M. Ed. 7 fill things comr ruuml In him acl!! lzul Qcuii. Commencement 1957 ' Mrs. James Reichard Trinity High School. to the Administration. Lf! flly 'words Im ie N. Alexy thany College, A. B., Univer- y of Pittsburgh, M. Ed. Junior Teens, Assistant Director of ay Day, Physical Education, ology. Infrs ix fwirdom. ly M. Auld niversity of Pittsburgh, B. S., raduate work: Washington and fierson College. Senior English. only rmuard of fvirtue is -virtue. Garnet D. Allison Slippery Rock State Teachers College, University of Pittsburgh, A. B.g Graduate work: Washing- ton and Jefferson College. Ad- visor to Trinity Historians, Olym- pus Staff, VVorld History, Art. Ari llllfll an enemy callm1'ig71ura11u'. Irvin Behanna Trinity High School. Assistant Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds. Nwfucr an idle 7Il07IlL'Ilf, but thrifly and Ihoughfful of otlmrx. M. Bristor ' William Clark Temple University. Bucknell University, Pennsylvan- Management. ia State University, B. S. Advisor wok ,,,,,1,,L., ,, ,ffm a to junior Hi-Yg Agriculture. His -worth is fwarrani for his 'wel- l'0lIll'. John N. Crosbie Pennsylvania State University, B. S., Graduate work: University of Pittsburgh. Advisor to Future Farmers of America 3 Agriculture. And gladly fwoulzl he lmru mm' gladly tvarll. Stanley Dubelle Franklin and all College, A. B. Fres oothall Coach, Wrestling ach, Sophomore Class Advis g Civics, American History, ' nch. Fir.rt-ham 'n ,ledge dom not bf- fom fl ml-hand 41.011171 used. .9 Milton T. Decker VVaynesburg College, B. S., Graduate work: Pennsylvania State University, California State Teachers College. Athletic Di- rector, Physical Education. Sfwcnt are fhouyhfs that .flIfU01H' of cazzimzi. Beverly J. Dunn Washington Seminary-Iunior Col- lege, Slippery Rock State Teachers College, B. S., Graduate work: VVashington and jefferson Col- lege. Co-advisor to Freshman Y- Teens, Director of Junior and Senior Class Plays, Advisor to Cheerleaders, Advisor to Go-To- College Club, Advisor to Fresh- man Class, English. So lilllc done - .vo much to do. lr Jennie M. Ferralli Washington Seminaryjunior Col- lege, Chatham College, A. B., Graduate work: Pennsylvania State University, University of Pittsburgh, M. Ed. Olympus Staff, Advisor to Sophomore Class, Ad- visor to Trinity Historians, American History. Beauty ix thc indrx of ll largrr fart than fwisdom. Werner Gayvert Supervisor of Building and Grounds. lllan ir hir ofwn star. Cleon S. Hallam Wasliington and jefferson Col- lege, A. B., Graduate work:Uni- versity of Pittsburgh, Washington and jefferson College, M. A. Advisor to Olympus Staff, Prob- lems of Democracy, Latin. lVhz'rr' lhfrz' arf lafwr, lu' fwlzo liar not brakmz them 7lL'l'd not trzvnllln. H. Floyd Hootman Washington and jefferson Col- lege, B. S., Graduate work: VVashington and jefferson Col- lege. Visual Education, General Science, Problems of Democracy. Pl'0yI'l'.l'.S' is the lafw of life Jean M. Jackson Indiana State Teachers College, B. S., Graduate work: University of Pittsburgh. Advisor to Sopho- more Y-Teens, Freshman F.H.A., Home Economics. To bn rapablz' of lwrpvci ir almorf ar rare as 10 be fworflzy of it. Frances B. Huffman Indiana State Teachers College, B. S., Graduate work: Waynes- burg College, University of Pitts- burgh, M. Ed. Commercial Club, Olympus Staff, Shorthand, Typ- ing. An ouncrr of l'7If!'i'pI'i.fl' ir fworth rz pound of priruilrgr. John G. Lowry Washington and Jefferson Col- lege, Pennsylvania State Univer- sity, B. S., Graduate work: Uni- versity of Pittsburgh. Advisor of Future Farmers of America, Agriculture, Senior Science. Efuzfry ma1z'.t 'work .vllall be made ll1!17lifl?.ff. 12 Joseph Galanda Carnegie Institute of Technol B. F. A., Graduate work: negie Institute of Technol Assistant Football Coach, M Chorus, Boys' Chorus, Chorus. 1Vl11.fic is 'lUt'H .mid fu lu' Ihr' .vjb of ang1'l.r. William Good Carnegie Institute of Technol B. F. A., Carnegie Institut Technology, M. F. A. In. mental Music. lllrzric' rxalir rarh jay, allay.: grief. Paul Herschell Trinity High School. Assis Supervisor of Buildings Grounds. 1111111 har hi: daily fwork of lmd mind ajrllointvd. ne H. McCarrcll Winona M. McCullough , ayneshurg College, A. B. Eng- Westminster College B. B. A., h. University of Pittsburgh, M. Ed. ,.,, afom, if p,.,-,,,a,,,.,,,. Advisor to Commercial Club, M. Ed. Head Basket- Coachg Drivers Training. 1' of mirlh is fwurlh II puuml FIU. esburg College, . l., work: VVashington and College, University of French, English. a frfw, Io filmtv many it Bookkeeping, Typing. Charaftfr it prrfrrfly I'dllCIlll't1 fwill. R- MCLl1il1H9y Mary F. Mansbarger C0llCgC, B- A-5 WVaynesburg College, A. B. Plane w0rk2Calif0rni:1 State Geometry, Consumers Mathe- College, University of matics, Charity it II -Uiriur of ilu' hrarl, and not of Ihr hamls. S. Mitchell Martha E. Moninger n ' A 3 ' ' Chatham College, University of Pittsburgh, A.B.g Graduate work, Washington and jefferson Col- lege, Carnegie Institute of Tech- nology, Duquesne University, M. Ed. in L.S. Advisor to Librarians Cluhg Library Science, Library. Hrrf in my library I sii. Washington and jefferson Col- lege, A. B. World History. Anihilionlv debt is paid. E Earl P. Murphy Waynesburg College, B. S. Ad- visor to Senior Hi-Yg Earth Science, General Science, General Mathematics. So much our man can do. 13 George Morrison Virginia R. Morton, R. N. California State Teachers Col- lege, University of Pittsburgh, Canonsburg Hospital, R.N. Nurs- es, Club, Nurse. 1'rr'fvrn1ion is brtlvr than ture. Ruth A. Myers Muskingum College, A. B.g Graduate work: Muskingum Col- lege, University of Pittsburgh, M. Ed. May Day Director, Advisor to junior Class, Advisor to Hil- lerg English, journalism. Knofwlrdgc of good and cfvil ir from Then. Lillian L. Smith Westminster College, B.S.g Grad- uate work: Washington and Jeff- erson College. Co-advisor to Fu- ture Teachers Clubg Algebra. Life ir short, and time ir rfwiff. fi. . 5- ' l Dorothy Sten Washington Seminary Junior College, Pennsylvania State Uni- versity, B. S.g Graduate work: Pennsylvania State University, University of Pittsburgh. Advisor to Future Homemakers of Amer- ica, Senior Y-Teensg Home Econ- omics. Nothing ir more siniplc ihan grmi- nerr. Richard Phelan -Pennsylvania State University, B. S. Physics, Chemistry. .fI'.vhort saying oft mntaim murh 2 -wisdom. D 1 lil!"-L 1 Henry Reihner Waynesburg College, B.S. Equip- ment Manager, Advisor to Senior Classy Business Techniques, Gen- eral Business Training. All l07Ig1lI'.l' .fpzvzk of him. Paul Sedlak California State Teachers Col- lege, B. S.g University of Pitts- burgh, M. Litt. Advisor to Junior Class, Co-advisor of Future Teachers Clubg Activity Treas- urerg World Geography, Com- mercial Geography. Speak boldly and :peak truly. Margaret C. Spriggs Geneva College, A. B.g Gradu- ate work: Pennsylvania State University, University of Pitts- lmurgh, M. Ed. Advisor to Latin Club, Senior Class Advisor, La- tin. N011 alms ml fvcrbir, credilc rebus. John E. Syrek Canterbury College, B. S. Assist- ant Football and Baseball Coach, Advisor to Freshman Class, Drivers Training. No man 'war vfvfr fwirr by chance. 1-l Indiana State Teachers B. S. Co-advisor Fresh Teensg Shorthand, Typing, mercial Law. Barbara Primozic ' - .. C YTI Tim fuirluf lif.r in Ihr .vlrugg Ihr prize. Ross Resciniti VVashington and jefferson lege, B. S.g University of burgh, M. Ed. Guidance C1 lVr1rd.r o Irulh nm! .vobvrrn Joseph M. Smith Washington and jefferson g,.. .3 ' l le e IX B Unneisity o hurgh, M. Ed. General matics, Intermediate A Trigonometry, Solid Geom Knafwlfdgzf ir, irzrlrrri, that l'lIi.l'L'J' one man abo-111' nnothw md Weaver J. Howard Wilson 'ersity of Pittsburgh, Vvay- urg College, A. B. junior ' Advisor, Civics, Commer- Geography. fan lu' a lrwrr of i7IJfI'llfflU7I, ill ln' fwvll i7l.S'fl'l1l'lt'cf. grin. Margaret B. Wylie VVashiugton Seminary junior College, Cathedral School of Florida, Chatham College, A.B.g Graduate work: California State Teachers College, Syracuse Uni- versity, Pennsylvania State Uni- versity. English, Mrrry and Trulh arc mr! Iogz'lln'r. Theil College, B, S, VVashington , and jefferson College, M. A. ' Olympus Staff, Biology. Nanzrr .l'fl'll1.f lo fwmr one unilvcrral fw '.sswf' 4 Q ,ral NHC? 'ev Q i..1f-'f' .E li I 15 SENIUR 1' President " Robert Kenneth Lusk Bob VOCATIONAL-ACADEMIC ' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, Class Officer 3, 4: FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 1, 2, 3, 43 Keystone Farmer 4. Bob is going lo be an EIlllCIlfPIl ,familar after going to IJFIIII State. Vice President Donald Lemley Lem GENERAI. Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 Officer 4, Basketball 1, 2g Class Officer 4. Don f7llllIJ' to go on to zfhvtrolzirs xclwol. CLASS OFFICERS Secretary Joyce Hanna COMM ERCIAL Class Officer 1, -lg Commercial Club 45 lVIay Day 1, 45 Nlajorette 2, 35 Head Nlajorette -lg Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1, 35 Home Room Ofiicer 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Chorus 25 hlixed Chorus 4-g FHA lg Officer 1. Joyce will lllllkl? Il cute and capable .vevretary for some lucky boss, and 'we're sure he will appreciate lzer efficiefzcy. W Treasurer Irene Apache Nellie COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 2, 35 Class Officer 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 4, Librarian 25 lilixed Chorus 1, 25 Hiller Staff 35 Nlay Day 1, 2, 4g Student Council 2. Have a small ohqce? Need a xecretzzry? See Irenie, She fix. 18 -- 1958 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Our Freshman year found 322 excited pupils ready to begin four wonderful years at Trinity. The oiiicers for our Freshman year were: President .....,............................ Michael Webb Vice President .... ..... J ohn Holt Secretary ...... ........ J oyce Hanna Treasurer ........ Wanda Brooks Advisors Margaret C. Spriggs Henry Reihner Then came our Sophomore year. W7e were very busy planning our Sock Hop and our Sophomore Class party. VVC then felt we were a real part of Trinity and capable of handling any problem! Our class officers were as follows: President ....... .. ..,. Joseph Kern Vice President .... ........... J oseph Hagan Secretary .....,.. Carol Schweinebraten Treasurer ......... Irene Apache Advisors Margaret C. Spriggs Henry Reihner XVe eagerly anticipated our Junior year that brought many thrilling events which we shall never forget. The presenting of our Junior play, "The Boarding House Reach", the prom, "Southern Serenade", and the receiving of our long-awaited class rings were some of the highlights of the year. Our class oflicers this year were: President .......,.............. ........ R obert Lusk Vice President .... ...... I Kenneth Lawrence Secretary ........ .... C arol Schweinebraten Treasurer ........... Irene Apache Advisors ...... .. Margaret C. Spriggs Henry Reihner Continued on page 37 I9 Edgar Agnew Hutch 'XLADEM IC 1, 2, 3, 4 Olympus Staff 2 3 4 junior H1 Y 1 Z Ollicer 2 Senior Hi- Brenda Blank Bee C EN ERAL X 'leeml 2 3 -1- Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Usherette 4, Librarian BN fzoanis lo go mio 1nu.vf.f train- Rose Marie Ardeno Rose GENERAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 4. Hfith Ro.rr'.v .vmilr .fha i.r surf lo lu' a sucrru. Samuel Arnal Sam ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, -I-. Ilfhrn Sadlfrr W'vll.f t'07l1K'J to to-wn, don? bv surpri.f1'd if you sm' Sam, for hz' fwanlx lo .vlurly rlaxsifal ballrt. Shirley Ball Shirley Com-1M12kc1Ar, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Oflicer lg May Day 13 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Shirlz'y'.r Beauty Shoppe ly drfor- zzirrl rod, lzfr fafvorite rolor. Peggy Joan Beckner Peg GENERAL Y-Teens 2, 3, Mixed-girls Chor- us 1, 2, 3, 4. Pvg has lo gr! hrr .rhorthaml dom' for om' more yrar of Bxuirrrxs School. Thru :ho lzopfs to marry lVay1n'. - ,. ,- Judith Applegate 1 V' H Judy Quill mnkr II lofvrly modrl ' -will look rsprrzally mn In I Z dzfr, hm fafuorzlr color Sandra Kay Arent Are-Not X QSENERAL fl Avery frifndly girl, .rhz"ll makz' a fvrrv good rz'cr'ptioni.rt. Vincent W. Bakatis Bill VQCATIQNA1. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. 1-I million dollars Bill quan!.r to malev, Hir fafvoritr food i.r xfwak. George Barnhart VocA'r1QNAL FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 VVrestling 3, 43 Home Room Oflicer, Grorgr, our of our fue qurz'.rIlm'.r, would like to drifve zz trurk and make II lol of money. Carol Berman C. B. ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Monitor 2, Home Room Otlicer 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 43 Ollicer 45 Ma- jorette 3, 45 Substitute 23 May Day 1, 4, Olympus Ad Stall 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, Girls Chorus 4, junior Play 3. Carol lun rlonc a lot at Trinity and 'will probably do more in collrgc. 20 X-Teena 1 4 Home Room Hcer 1 Lee Bl FFA 1 2, 3 4 Basketball z Lac planr to bfcomc an autor cngznecr ohne E Bober Carolyn Lou NIERCIAI Teens 1 2 3, 4 Glfli Chorus 4 Mlxed Chorua 2 4 Llhrar n 2 Future leacheri Club 4 710 a typlat UI ll duh IJ Caro s llllllllflllll John Edward Bologa Johnny GENLRAI Mxxed Chorus 1 2 3 County Chorux 2 3 Whfn John gft: a job and m11k1'.v hu ut mlllwn you can hz :zur hv ll br lfadnuf hz.: ofwn band Alfred Braden COMMERCIAL F otball 1 2 3 Basketball 1 Home Room Ofhcer 1 2 Olym pus Staff 3 4 Semor H1 Y 4 With -Hr julsonaliiy he IJ Jun' to bal1P1nrojr COMNIERCIAI eene 1 2 3 4 Officer May Day 1 Commercxal Club 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3, 4 Claes Of Hcer 1 Girls Chorus 1 2 Mixed Chorus 3 -1- Head Cheerleader 4 Home Room Officer 1 2 3 4 Lei: hopr thai Wanda can help .mmf o hu I1P7Il'.S through hrau 11011171 school by Jffzllllll IN: go' James Bungard Bung Bung GENERAI Wrestling 1 2 Baseball 2 un nor H1X 2 Bang Bung 1: goin lo jam th: .fnfuzrr vard Caldwell Eddie VOLATIDNAI I' 1 2, 3 -L Football 2 11 15 I1 quut lad n Porn- blur hr' Il soon br rlad .AJ V 3 I V j M 'V 9 ,as lg, f Milf .mf 0 YTe ne 2 C mercl M, . M mm ea limes Booth un VOCAIIQNAL Student Councll Z Vnual Tduca tlon 2 Ag 1 2, 3 4 Ofhcer 2 Jim plan: to 10171 Ihr 1111 Faire W1 am Patrick Brhdley B1 bel l Olgl ,IIIRCIAL Washmgton lgll chlo Olympue Staff -l- Yllteethg 2 ,ta Band Nz glgtnrm , com merclal. Club 3' Future Teach ern Clubg4 Officer 4 Dan e Ha d Q1 2 Home Room Olhcer 1 Bahehall 1 2 Bill plan: to go io Ihr Rzlvnl Mor IU 'lSrhool o fltcrnznlmj and ofun I1 lug ln! fvflfllllllf ACADEMIC CoMMeRuAL Y Teena 1,2 3 4 Ofhcer 3 Fu ture Nurmes Club 3 Ofhcer 3 Home Room Ofhcer 3 4 btudent Councxl 3 Ilrr amhztmn 1: to allrud Iuaulzfzzm uhool Davld John Cagnon Dave VOCATIQNAL FFQ1 2 3 4 Exhllnt Team 3 Demonstratxon Team -1- May Day Commltteel 2 3 4 Daw' likes to fat .finale and pu' find nd ls the 40101 Ihal mtrllrx hz: zyr Il - .ff rtur I 1r.rF1n nu' Sarah F Chadwick GLNLRAL THAI 2 YTeenQl 2 Gym Office Girl -I- Hfl chrfrful cormtrnarzrr ull! mln hm lI1'7Id.l' f1.vh1'11'-'url .vhr 400: Haha 'l 47V p O, 1 . l ,gl ff ' . ' , f ,. 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'HAF5' L A f, 'J P li 'MII' Q X l ' V lf J J A at f ff. 1 , h -. f , lv, ' ,K 4 x 1 X N U ' J ' l Q ff' . - Wanda Lee Brooks Whifer Linda Lou Brownlee Flea - 1 'K ' .H " , - , 3 l I Y'T r 1 1 1 l I F ' l 1 1 l Y l ' , , " ' l 1 1 l b ' , ' 5 . , 3 - , ' - ' l S A ,,. l l : ' 9 . . . . . . ' " ' , y ' 2 ' " ' , I 9 1 1 ' ' 7 - ptr A is , , , ,Fl ' Y I Q - . ur " ' "A? N ' 1'-"twill l I . . I 7 1 Q 'W l .I ' 4 v J .1 l ' . J T' - I ' V 9 - . . A . . , 1 Y , I . I , V, V. A I l . . ..,,,,.,,, WT A l y y in lv ' Y 1 6 l 9 ' l ' ' 9 l ' v I J ' . , A . ' " V 7 . ' ' ' , if Q' ffl 3 eau., l fl D l - ' , 'J' X' 'R 3" ' ' - I , ,.1,l ,A Dolores Chambers ACADEM1C Y-Teens 13 Future Nurses Club 3, 45 Future Teachc-r's Club 3, +. 1J0l0I'l'J' -'will ln' fmotllrr lady in . . , we "f l i - l j ? , I 1 1 GENER:Xl, , 1 Y-Teens lg Ollice Girl 25 Future Alice Clemens Clt Acftom Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Cho1 lg Mixed Chorus 2, 3, -lg Frm Nurses Club 3, -+5 Future Teal er's Club -lg FHA 2. Alia' lla.: a glamorous jul: in mi as an mrlmr' .rfmuzznlf-rx. hurting is in Carol'.r fuiurr plans. -whilw. , t , H will ,M x F". J"ik:JI ' . Carol Cole "s A , A ' , ' .sf Nurses Club 4. - V ge' , , l Y, sg., X LJ if is l Andrei' Considine ' ' Andy -F 3 rl , 5 W'Co,MaxsRcm1. 'flS7l:1y'IDEiy' 1, +., i p1l.ff11dyl.tll011l1l 54-,liilr of our jlfeilirr 1 - ' le' f 4- t 1 , flllliglozl L if , V , It t , Ll' Ll -' .1- ' ' . S' . I C.: I , rx , - ! ' 1 Lt L, r, 'A ,J Lf ' L if , I . Marie Coughenour Marie ACADEMIC Beginners Girl Chorus lg Girls Chorus 2g Mixed Chorus 3, -1-3 Band 1, 2, 3, +3 County Chorus 3, 4, District Chorus 4, Latin Club 1, 23 Future Teacher's Club -lg Y-Teens 1, 2, -I-. lV1arie'.t ambition is to ga to cullagf and bw a rfligious rducator. W1"rr .turf ,vhr fwill ln' a grwat x11rr1'.ts. Charles Crawford Chuck COMMERCIAL Wrestling 1, 2. Chuclrlt fafunrite saying of "Don't l'7ll'I' :top frying" fwill fnablz' him lo Putty C.llEN ERA1. n Cn m ln ar- afu mai. ln' an 1'xc1'll1'nl N 1 Richard Comstock Dick COMMERCIAL junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 3, -I-3 Band 2, 3, +1 Commercial Club 3, -lg Future Teacher's Club 3, +3 Otlicer 4. Dirk plans In attrnd lV11yn1'.tburg Collrgr and hit fafvorifr .saying it "IV:-ll, I'll br rlnrnrdf' Linda Lee Cooper Coopie Acfxomnc Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Oflicer 4, FHA 23' May Day lg Future Nurses Club 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 jun- ior Play 3g Future Teacher's Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, -lg Hiller Staff 3. W'i!h all Ll7Itl11'J actifvilizxt fwz' might 7lll'k7llIllll' hm' "Supz'r D1lfIl'7'.U Thomas B.f Cox Tom VOCATIQNAI, FFA 1, 2, 3, -I-g Local Project Winner 3, 4g Chairman of Sheep Club 3, 4. Hit aim is to get a good job and makr lots of monry. Ruth Ann Crile Crilie CQMMERCIAI. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Oflicer 4g Band 1, 2 3 4' County Band -I-3 Future Teiacherls Club -I-Q Orches- tra 2, 3, 4. Crilif lilars fried chirkrn and plans 10 gf! a job and get rirh, Q , -7 X. ll FQ 0 J .lf5mesQC. Cupler 4 lszykozgg. . . Thfr ,nrt hxg lIl'SgJIlg1l!Il'. l re is Nl 'J Q3 x 3 Qt Ut J 49,5 Fiat QQ K Zi? 'herine Louise Dague Cathy COMMERCIAL '-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day Q Majorette -lg Student Council 3 Office Girl 2, 3, +3 Holne ,oom Oliicer 3, Mixed Chorus lg lirls Chorus 2. hy'.v I1lllblfl0ll if lo bf II ho.ft1'.r.I' ilu' ''fwilzl-bl111'-yo111l1'r." Q. Us Ted Day Ted GENERAL Home Room Oflicer 2, Student Council 25 Senior Hi-Y 43 Mixed Chorus 2. Tad irzlrlzds to join tln' Nafvy. 11 X Judith Ann Dean Judy ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses 3, -lg Go-to-College 3, 4, Major- Ctte 4, May Day 2, Hiller Staff 3. Judy ix i11l1'1'1'5I1'd in Hurting and lllvzr Ihr mlm' blur. William Doak Bill GENERAL Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Wrestling 1. Billie anolhcr .v1r1vi11' boy. Joe Dotnbreck Joe 1 CQMMERCIAI.-ACADEMIC Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 3, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4.. JOFJI future plant inrludf going lo tradr school. Judith Donaldson Judy GENEIQAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 2. To be Il Jt'CI'l'lI11'y it luv' ambilion. Har fafvorilc food: are freacll fI'l1'.f 11111-I cllirkan. Nancy Lquisef-Dicksl Nancy Lou ,A ,V xiyyti JCQMMERCIAI, I FHA 25 'Giiwlsf Chorus .2'g-" Y- Teens 49' Mixed. Chorus :ll-. 171 four frystdl 5all,"fzu1' :ati I1 trip dofwn M1 aislii for Nanny. . Thomas Dobscha Torn ACAUEMIC Band Z, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Whfrz you are -walking dofwn llw ifvy-rofvrred currizlorx mx! year, look around. You may .wa Tom. Carol Donaldson Carol CQMMERCIAI. Commercial Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Beginning Chorus 1. Carol "l.UCl7lfJ' to get ll good jolz after graduation .fo she can buy lot: of rlolhzxr in har faworilf color blur. Robert Leroy Donaldson Bob ACADEMIC Hiller Staff 3, Olympus Staff 3, 4. Bob'.r flI1l0l'ifI' saying "Profva it" 'will hrlp in his gnology warn' al follrga. I l ,Wa new ,rye Q11-Ei? 5313 Iif- -Q H QU.. "7 553 Doty Dodio ACADEMIC Club 1, 2, Band 2, 3, +5 eginners Girls Chorus 1, Y- ieens 1, 2, 3, +3 Go-to-College ,lub 3, 4, Future Nurses 'Club 4, History Club 3, 4, Future eacher's ClIIb 3, 4, May Day 1. 'ol 410117115 in br a 7lIlI'J'l'. n Herman Earnest VOCATIQNAL FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. IV1' hopr that tha Na-vy :will hafua plrnly of Hfl'7Hd7l,J fafvoritr' peach ptr. Joan Elliott Joanie Acixnmvilc Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Go-to-College Club 3, -I-5 Ofhcer 45 Home Room Officer 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 3, 45 Officer 35 Fu- ture Teacher's Club 3, 4g History Club 2, 3, 45 OH'icer 3, May Day 1, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, District Chorus 4, Forensics 4g Band 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 25 Ma- jorette 3, 4. Ol'Hcer 43 I-.. im 1 1 . rl f Y fel Lyle Evelsizer Lyle ' 'u " VOCATIQNAI. H .Q 'X I 'Mi FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Room Of- nifj ' " f ficer 2. ' A Q' Lylf':fau1orilr' color is blue, " Hi: fafvoritz' food it :lz'ak,' H H 1, ' iixi 752 Hr' tI'fJI'57l'l enjoy fworlzing, L , 'H ' li' B111 a million liz' fwant: to makin H . X Tony Faiella Fachamolie GENERAL i 65- 5, Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Wrestling 1, X ,, V ,Q ? 2, 3, -lg Track 1, Z. 1 ' X "": HF!lt'lldIIl0llI'n plan: to filhm' go i Ty, info ilu' lW'III'l7Il'.l' or to rollogr. nz. I V, it 3 H William Farrar Bill I VQCATIQNAL , FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. A Bill plan: io bfmmzf a farmer like Q is ii-in bi: brotbrr. .- lk "H, 1 f 1 + 3 F 3 1 ' U, r 'fEE,1gL H:'l1'l. 1. W... 'j ' Q ' r ij :: Q June Edna Folkens June CQMMERCIA1. ' X Hickory High 1, Hobby Club lg X' ' Mixed Chorus 1g Girls Chorus 1. H, l Jima :will make :umr lucky bo:: ll ,, . H M H furry gona' :fcrr'tary. if 11 are, ,y 1- . 'NE 5 . . if .f " i 'T'. L.1 Q,Mg.H 1, N ir. ' 1 fi.f..f.. -. nu . Darlene GENERAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Mxied Chorus 1, Z, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 35 Home Room Oliicer 2. Darlr'm": future plan: includz' a "walk down tha ai:lz"'. Darlene Frazee Dolores Jane Everly Dee COMMFRCIAI. Band 11 21 3: May junior Play 35 Home Room Of- ficer lg Student Council 1, Fu- ture Nurses Club 3g Y-Teens 2, 3, County Band 4. Dlll0l'l'5'JllI'l' will look :harp in lhz' blur' uniform of an airline l1o:tr::. John Robert Farrar John XIQCATIQNAI. FFA 1, 2, 3, -l-5 Officer 23 Dem- onstration Team 4g Exhibition Team 3g Keystone Farmer 4, May Day Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. llfilb .lolm': ambition lm'll have no trnublr bring a :urrfmful farrnrr. if K :I l '1 'ia I 4 'H' 1 . 1' L' 11' L1 Y 5' 1 i Rae Eehdef. x f g Rae 1 , 'i ' 3 I5 Ni' CQ'MkMlliRClAl. Yg'1"eeris 1,,2, 3,43 Student'Coun- ,Qil 1g,'.Hprne Room Officer 13 Nia- -joregt 2, 3, -I-jfMaxXDay 2'g1Cf'om- ' mexjcialf-Clulg'3, 45-junior Play 3. Thi:-cuff' litlll' lllrsf bail her vffiilurc ,blazimfrir for ber. .lohn Fonner Johnny VQCATIQNAI. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. .lobn hope: to bv mu' of our "wild- blue-yondaf' boy:, and be enjoy: rating fried l'hlC'A"1'll. .. ' John Elliott 5.5 ,V History Club 2, 3 4. r .lolnz should bc able lu run bi: on a l'UlllII1l'I'!'HIl ba:i.v. 1. Vocxr mir, John Frazee if 1915 FFA 1, 2, 3, +. L Y I " .lol11my': aim is lo raradi Z Hi: fafuoritr rulor II blur. ., X 'Rn D ... -,wb QM . -1 1 I 2 1 if -mfg. ' 'u L -. ' .-- ' '- lter Furmanek Mink VOCATXQNAI, 'ootball 1, VVrestling 2. Iltrr plans lo lakr up 1-lcrfro1Iir.f rn hr joins Ihr IlI1Irinr'.r. Barbara Gantz Barb Comm-IERCIAI. Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, +, Majorette 3, -1-g May Day 2, 4, Home Room Ofhcer 1, 2, 3, 4, Hiller Staff 3, Chorus 2. Barh fwilh hm' hlondz- hair and pll'!15l1lg Illlllf, 'will Illllki' a .fhnrlh 11.-flllll' llo.rlz'J5. 'f L fi'-: 7 Helen Kaye Gaus Kaye CQAIMERCIAI. Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. Kayr intends Io go lo Florida nflar 'yraa'n11tion. Sha likes pizza and .vl1'ah. Mary Jane Green Mary Jane COMMERCIAL Withdrew. .Io Ann Grimes Shorty ACADEMIC Girls Chorus 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 4, Band 1, Z, 3, 4, May Day 2, Latin Club 1, 2, History Club 2, 3, 4, Go-to-College Club 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 3, Hiller Staff 3. Thi: .small hut frifndly girl fwill go far. Joseph Hagan Joe ACADEMIC Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Class Ofhcer 2, Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, Senior Hi-Y 4. Sputnik .loc Hagan fwnuld likr Io go lo rollfgr. Arlene Greco ACADEAIIIC FHA 1, 2, OH-icer 1, Home Room Ollicer 1, 3, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, -I-, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Ofiicer 4, May Day Z. flrlrnr' twill chvfr up all Ihr pa- iirnlr and dodor: fwhfn .vhf hz'- rormxv a nnrsr. Richard Gregg Rich GENERAL Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. Rirh will look sharp in a Mnrinr uniform. Allen Grimm Allen GENERAL Band 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1. Thr Air Form' ran't J1'r'fw rnough rhili In flllrn, a nirr graduatz' from Trinily. Nancy Haney Nanny ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, Olympus Staff 4, May Day 3, Home Room Ofiicer 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1, 2, Usher- ette -I-. Na11'.v plans includf going Io rollege and hring ll 1L'I1L'lli'l', and fwr mn? mzagnu' fwhy her fafuorilz' food is I as . 1 1, E l I l I2 . 5 I A I l ., 4 ff 'X . 3 , Harris Edie QYENERAL Chorus 4, Y-Teens 4, Vransferred from VVash-Hi' in 957. if ha.rn'l madr any plan: for lhc nrr and hm' fafuorzrc .myzng I5 y Ho1u':l." potato chifu. 1' Fred Harris Fred ACADEMIC Baud 1, 2, 3, +, County Band 2, 4, junior District Band 1, Olym- pus Staff 3, 4. D07Ilf hr .rur'pri.vc -when you Jar Harrir' Funeral Homo, for Frz'n".v falurz' planx inrlmlf going lo rol- lfgf and slnrlying morlnary fworh. llhr .J . -A 134 nm Mona Hartzell Shorty GENERAL Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, U-sherette 4. This rh1'1'rf11l lilil1' n1i.r.r will lllllkl' .ro1111'on1r I1 good fwifr. Paul Henderson Paul GENERAL Home Room Ofiicer 1, 3, 4g Track 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 3, Senior Hi- Y 4. With tl1i:.boy': flashing hrofwn 1'y1'.r and plcaszflg p1fr.vonalily, he is 51ll'rf' to go far. Park Henry Skip ACADEMIC Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, History Club Z, 3, 4, Home Room Officer 35 Student Council 3g junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Sen- ior Hi-Y 3, 4. College lwill claim him aflm' grad- uation. Steak and blue gifvc him ll szwration. William A. Hewitt, Jr. Will GENERAL Wrestling 1, 2, junior Achieve- ment 3, 4-g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. When Bill join: the Navy, fw1"ll finrl tha! his fafvorill' saying fwill change from "W'l1y for?" lo "Ye: Sir." Roy Hart VQCATIQNAI.-GEI - ---- FFA 1, 2, 3, +5 Wrestling 1 , Roy 11111111 to join lh1' JI'I"'Ultl ,eg Julv 111111 Iakr 111lf111111l111 1' of rh1 J 1 lll0IIlhJ' ll'IIl7II7l!l pI'0!fI'1llIl. 5- l f , 1 '- ' -'1'i?'v 1 . X f Elizabeth Henderson Liz VQCATIQNAL FHA 1, 2, 35 Girls Chorus 2g May Day 3, Mixed Chorus 4. Carnrgic Hall is ffllfllffd in I.iz'J fuiurf plans. Janice Henry AAC.-XDEMIC Go-To-College Club 3, 45 Fu- ture Nurses Club 3, +5 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Ollicerg May Day 1, 4, Majorette 3, 43 Home Room Officer 2, 3, Student Council 3. l'0ll!d hfflfl' fw11trhou1, for .lanitc is going lo Ill' a11 x-ray lfflllllflllll !17l!l .vh1"ll .r1'1' all. Joyce Hewitt COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 2, 3, +3 Commercial Club 3, 43 History Club 2. Joycr ir planning In go o11 to busi- Ill?.S'J school, and .vh1"ll lm I1 great .Y1lt'Ct'J'.f at any job. Mildred Hill Millie COMMERCIAL lvlildrcd .ruff fwoulcl look xharp lm- hind Il blur typ1'fwri11'r in hm' l1o.v.f'r ojicc. A ACA Council I 2' Band 2 3 4 County Band 3, -I-, Dl5tIlCi 33 State Band 3, Forensic I ' ' John'.v plans lilfllllll' llffflllllllll - J fi lllflllll T1'Hl'hfl'JI Collfgf fwhrn James E. Holmes Jim John Holt E GENERAI. , V. y .L " 1 I 4, W ' Basketball Manager 3, 45 Track A if '-N I i loggcirpiobtillfllrel 1,2,3gHi-Y4. L My ' ' ' HO T9 W 1' Wm' lab lim 'w""'f '0 do' j J iff . ' ' +1 Junioi-'Pfay 35 Di-1112110131 H1.v fafvorilz' color 1.1 pofwa'1'r blur. 'f gli, A ' ' '- 1' W . '. .' ,, f test 3. ' C 51' B Q I A .. 'if 1 ' 'will major in 11111.rir. 26 ith Howard Judie GENERAL -Teens 4, Future Teacher's lub 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, mes High 1, 2, Calomet High , Usherette 4. .vlarfuiny for Judir, sh1".v going 1' a z'0mln1'l'1'1al arilxf. Robert Hull Bob ACADEMIC Football 2, 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, May Day Committee 2, 3, 11 ' FFA 1, 2, 3, Oiiicer 1, 2, 3. Q ,V A This popular lad inland: Io go Io l. Q l'0lll'!1I',' hr' also har a liking for X , 3 Jlriak. FX ' 'S Robert Johnson Bob CQMMERCIAL Mixed Chorus 1. Bob inn-nd.v lo go into the Nzwy and hu fafvoriic food ix roar! lrlrkry. Vivian Johnson Viv ACADEh'l1C Girls Chorus 1, History Club 2, 3, 4, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 42 Pro- gram Seller 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Vbvian Johnson will knofw "Hofw'.v mzrfry little ihing?"' wuhcn .rhr ix an - f.f,l X-ray irrlmician. Sophie Kanzius Sophie ACADEh'lIC-COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, Girls Chorus 1, Z, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, Olympus Staff 4, May Day 1. Hn' fafvuritr' color ir blur, To bz' a .vz'cr1'lary .rho would like 1, Baseball 3, VVrest- 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, nior I-Ii-Y 1, 2, Runnerup 3, WPIAL .ray Daryl fwrc.vtl1rd his fway Ihrouyh follrgc fwraring min! lights. Shirley James Shire rxCADIiMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, +3 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Fu- ture Teachers Club 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, -lg District Chorus 4, County Chorus 4, Girls Ensemble 3, 4, Usherette 4, May Day 1. Shirl'.v onz' frachm' that should hold Lawrence Huffman Larry GENERAL Larry will look sharp in his Air Form- uniform lmuzusr' his fllfllllflll' fb color II blur. Ihr rla.v:'.f fatfnniion. l, Rornafine Jbhnson F A A 3' Pickles ,P . J ' . ' 'U wi 'iff , vi A - ,Cf'Y4T'E?'9'? 1. E - 'K ,'Y-Techs 1, 2, 3,1 Cafeteria Club '-' " 1 Z-- ,fi 7' L' " 'F .1 W ' 'ROIIIgIl7l0f'i'J' .inryg torfbkizlhat job ba- 'A , . forf'ffh1?1l'riago .2irzi.v.wd 1n,.yo1nolh1nQoif L . ' riiirzr.yr1rf11Q,-A. ,-t " , "' ' if .N f 'fx iii-hi-rl: A Gerda Kamper Gerd!! CQMMERCIAL FHA 2, Girls Chorus 1, Olym- pus Staff 4. Gfrrln intends io go to Penn Com- mercial nnxi yrar and her fafvorilr color is mint grrcn. Chiquita Kelley Chick COMMERCIAL Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Officer 1, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 1, Student Coun- cil 4, Oflicer 4, junior Play 3, Usherette 4. With .rurh a iblfasing personality and friendly .rmil1', Chifk -will make to do. a 'wonderful sccrrlary. Kelvington Dar!!! ' Linda Kendall Linda ACADEMIC COMMERCIAL 1 1 W ,Allin llltt 27 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Oliicer 3, 4, May Day 1, 2, Commercial Club 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Officer 3, Home Room OH'icer 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 4. Linda 'will makr .romr lucky man a sharp and capable ra'rrz'lary. Joseph Kern Joe CJENERAI. Home Room Oflicer 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 2, Student Council 2, 3, +5 Officer-1, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4. .lor ix looking forfwarrl lo going to follrgr' and like.: the glrlx 10110 fwrar pofwder blue sfweatelzv. , i' ,gr ' 46,5 ea Ml. J, lil, , H William Klinzing Bill 'E' ' V :., I -I GENERAL l g -Qing? My Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, V f 333, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Student 25l,a.,,,g,1lI Q, 'f ,,'1"'l lg- Council 2, 4, Home Room Ofhcer 1 ll,-,ll-,. 1 1.111 sly liibf' A , - ,,-4 1, 2, 3, 4- uiflifl ' " Bill fwould lller in go Io rollfgr nfx! 14 'V ,- 5 ,5 ' I , ymr. r 1 -l-2"-- L --,T-7 . ' 1 Frederick Charles Kopp ,K l flgw Freddie iflll 1 .lmll.l -zzl -V .l., 1 , llllll ACADEMIC H PE Elly." ll' Latin Club 1, 2, History Club 2, . " 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Forensic Con- H test 3, County Band 2, 3. W ,7 A L Fraddio plans to go lo IV. E? J. and ' l bl'l'0IIIL' a famous .vrim1li5t. ., " 1-253. -.,. gill' ' '..- Q 2, Jo 1 . 1 Joanne Kuzy .ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL " 3 May Day 1, 4, Y-Teens 2, Olym- ' pus Staff 3, 4, Go-To-College " Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 'iw ' , 5 s , . ' WWTFZ'-- A 'X . as Q lr -1. Wi? -if as , J M95 W VY. a s 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4. I Jo's plum arf' uncertain as lo being a trarlmr or .w'cr1'tary. Kenneth Lawrence Kenny ACADELIIC jefferson High School 1, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Track 1, Class Of- ficer 3, Home Room Officer 3, 43 Student Council Officer 4, Olym- pus Staff 3, 4, May Day 3, Fu- ture Teachers Club 4. Tlm fulure planr of thi: popular lad nfl' uncertain. S Q 'N l - X 1 James Lemons Jim, ACADEMIC Band 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, junior Hi-Y 1, 2, junior Play 3, Future Teach- ers Club 3, 4. Jim fwants Io br' a Ifafbm' and fwlll probably Mach .wine of our clul- rlrcn. E 1 A1..a-ffl' store. Sarah Virginia Knight Sully COMMERCIM. Sarnb plans lo go io bnzlztirinlu Jfhool. Geraldine Koskey Gerri CQMMERCIAI. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Home Room Offlcer 3, 4. Grrri, fwbo is one of our pfppy rl1n'rlra11m'.v, fwill maler a furry cf- jicirnl .vrfrnIary. Charles Lapp Chuck VQcA'rlQNAl. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. Cburk plans on becoming I1 rloxr ,frizfml of Unflr Sam. Robert 0. Leeper Bob GENERAL Chair Committee 1. You'd better fwalflz out, Robert want.: to bf rt top. 28 F. Brenda Lee Kinder CQMME Washlngton High bchool 1 Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, May Da Home Ec 1, 2, 3, +, Home Officer I Bnnda, ont' af ou: mtv palm fwants to gct a job in a big gf Q ,f . I .Ml 'I' r l , Vx , Myra Jean Levato , .v. ACA Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Go-Tt lege Club 3, 4, Latin Club History Club 2, 3,'+, May 1, Student Council 3, Y-T 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Ofli Wavnflburg fwill bv lufky lo Myra nrxt ymr Lee Lee tl Lightncr Bradford ACADEMIC N ome Room Odicer 1, 4, VVrest- nu 2, 3, junior Play 3, Senior 3, 4, junior Hi-Y 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4. Lighhzrr, II11' p.ry5ifi.vl, lfkrx frir: and Big Boy lzanzburg- Louise f 'i E 1 771 ,WI 1' r l l I I ga, ey, , Q Ns . Lipscomb Bill McAfee James Linn Jimmie ACADEMIC III-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Student Council 1, Z, Home Room OH-icer 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Play 3, Basketball 1, Latin Cluh 1, 2. Jillllllifij future plans i7lC,1Id!' go- ing to college nfx! fall. M ac u 2 - ! Y? 'L CQMMERCIAI, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 4, FHA 1. llfr all fwixlz l,oui.v1' lurk ar 11 future bfzzutirian. Gerald John McCloskey Jerry GENERAI. Band 3, 4. Jerry -'wants to .wrtvf II hitch i71'1lll' Nnfuy and thru lzzfranu' a C!'I'fIfI'Lf Public flcrozznlant. Barbara Louise McCrerey Barb C0M1v1ERCIAI. May Day 1, Girls Chorus 1, Home Room Officer 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Demonstration Team 2, FHA State Chorus 2, 3, Adv. Girls Chorus 2, Student Council 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, OH-ice Girl 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Usherette 4, Olympus Stall: 4. Richard Macliinney Richie VQCATIQNAI.-GENERAI. FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Project Xvinner 1, 2, Exhibit Team 3, Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Wrestling 1, May Day Committee 3, 4. No maltrr fwhrlhfr Rirhir dfcia'f.r lo go lo Ihr Nafvy or fnarharriml school, hr will ln' a yrval succrmr. GENERAI. Football, Baseball. Bill lmprs .wninlay to drifuz' Il T-bint' and warn Irlrnly of Nl01ll'y. Winston McCoy Mac ACADEMIC Track 1, 2, Wrestling 2, Band 1, Z, 3, 4, Boys Chorus 3. His Illlllliffllil is fo bf a jet pilot in 101' Nafuy. Marjorie Carol McDonough Carol f1ENERAl. Girls Chorus 1, FHA 1, 2, 3, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, May Day 2, Stu- dent Council 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Forensics 4, County Chorus 4, District Chorus 4. Carol fwanfx to go lo a bearztirian .rrlmal arm' Ilzcn marry Donmr. Ray McMullen Lee CQENERAI. Look our trade .vfhovlr . . . Iifre l'Ull1l'.i' Ray. at 1 l ! ll l Ernie ACADEMIC oothall 1, 2, Chorus 1, Z, junior i-X' 1, 2, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, irack 2. if is goinato rollz-gc next year. nest Maley -S' I6 in 29 Frances Lee Mancina Franny GENERAI Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, 4, FllIlll'C Nurses Club 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, May Day 4. lffilh F1'z1nny'.r 57I1il1', the jmtin'71l.f arf .ruff io get fwcll. Darlene Manon Darlene ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, -lg Girls Chorus 1, 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Latin Club 1, 2, History Club 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Ma- jorette 3, 4, May Day 1, -l, jun- ior Play 3, Olympus Stall 3, 4, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Student Council 4. Washington High School 1, Foot I X 3, 4 Barbara Miklic Barb Con-IMERCIAI. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, +3 Officer 1, 2, May Day 1, -l-5 Commercial Club 4, Orlicer 4, Majorette 3, +3 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Olympus Staff 4, May Queen. Barb fwould likf' to fad a jab as a .va'rrz'lal'y and bn' fafvorilr rolor is 011112 Edna Mae Miller Emmy GEN ERAI. Ed11a'.I' fulurv plan: might lllfllldt' rollvgc. Lorraine,,Miller Rainy wr A- vK."' 1. , ' CVI' V t Q CQAIILIERQIQLM Girls Choxriiii 1, 2,5 3, Mixed ,Chprus 4, Jr.-kjfklcliiesfengent -lt, ,"sLYJTeens if, Eu ure filfeachghfs Marjorie Miles Margie COMMERCIAL May Day 1, Home Room Oflicer 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Librarian 4, Usherette 4. Iblllf-0il', fwbu airways ba.r II .flllilf for r'fv1'ryom', is planning Io aflfmi a rolnmz'l'z'ial Jcbool. Randall Gene Miller Randy COMMERCIAL VVashington High School 1, Z, Commercial Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4. The flrmy bas big plans for Randy Alillcr. .Io Anna Milliken Jo Ann COMAIERCIAI. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, County Band 4, Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, History Club 3, , Clulil L, if Aqi. .W rfflxl' 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, May . -. ' , A 1 , , ' 1 Iifzlny mf1'm1'J tai be Il ,.mc1:tctlll"y,5f7nil V Day .2- h!,lTl'ff1'WOI'l1L' rolqf,-'ii 'z'4Jf ,L'f 'L 'lPI'HL'flL'L' makrrr jffrfcff' .says sinn- -' ' ,JVC I .54 , , dw Mjfbgzvrpbcr Jo flllll llfllllzlern. . A , ,,a ,41 ' F,-U 4 ffl' -l My I. UW lj ,lm 1 j 'iv E' 45, .' .J , If Carol Montgomery Carol J M, , ' Lv JXCADEMIC oyte mnear " Joyce Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Ollicer 1, Lat- COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Girls Chorus 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, -I-g General Music 1. Joyfr fwanls to bc a secretary and bm' fafuorite J'llJJi7ly ix "There ought to bc a lafw rzgainrt it." Herbert N Moore Herbie Ilwb 17111115 to :bmw the Na-'vy bofw in Club 1, 2, May Day 1, 3, Home Room Officer 1, 2, -lf, Stu- dent Council 1, -l-, History Club 2, 3, 4, Oflicer 3, 4, Mixed Chor- us 2, 3, Monitor 2, junior Play 3, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Of- ficer 4, Olympus Staff 3, 4, Fu- ture Nurses Club 3, -1-, Ollicer 3, -lg Program Seller 3, Substitute Majorette 3, Majorette 4. . , '-1 ' . H. 51' ' , Mary Moore A - ' Eiga., ,V ' ' 'V ' ' GENERAL A . gk I -, . H A, ...I ,Iv ' V 1: 1 f - ji .1 ' .u'crz'ta1y " I I 37 Z I I fi . . In I f l v',. ' rl, I ' , Y .lf ui, L, - .ra .- f III.IIwgigft:II'I.gtf. 3MII.w,p..., ini If 30 Doris Mansfield FH 'X 2 1 Doris IJ surf' lu makr mmm ffflfllf jill' rink FHA12 B'Ind1 2 3 Jllary fwzll makr' .vonnmn I1 man Morris Norm 654573 . ev -. -I QJENERAL 'N 41-' ' ootball Manager 1, 2, 3, 45 i restling Manager 1, 2, 3, 45 i iller Staff 3, Olympus Staff 4. ' l' m l7Ilt'7IllJ to lahr I1 pr1'-minix- I roursr al collz-gr. 'V A . -I 14, Il I :V Jkt" I' . ' uijfg V I . 1 "' - I . ir f -5,4 -a' 3 X il If-ill. - 15' -'si ' " I ., ff . l -A I I 335: . mces Paciorek CoMMERC1AI. lirls Chorus 2. c' fwanfs to get ll joh and hm' '0l'IlL' rulor IJ lll'UL'7l!ll'I'. Melvin ACADEMIC Melvin Mounts Beginning Music Course Ig Band 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2: History Club 2, 3, 4, junior Play 3. llII'l"L'l7I plan: Io go fo IV. GJ' J. urxt yrar. Jeanne Anne Murray Jeannie COMMERCIAL HIJIITI' Ship, llfill TI'1Ifl!fl,i' "Crazy, Huh". Darrell Nichols VQCATIQNAI, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. DIlI'I'fll,I main ambilion is to get II job, and his fafuorilf fond is fhili. Kenneth J. Olcott Jim ACADEMIC Latin Club 2, 3, 45 History Club 3, 4, Senior I-li-Y 4, Band 2. Glenn lwillfr has nothing ofvrr Jim Olfotl, Ihr' lnuyifiail. Pete 31 Lil :ea mr H I L-f J I, I. I J , ,Y IKJJVI I awk- X l ' I Shirley Mundell Shirley fwill umkz' J1'rrr'tr1ry. Richard Neill ., 3 If 5 I Wm I ' X-Flranklin2,Moss I. V Moose , J , , -ouk If ACADEMIC Latin Club .l,'Q, 3, +3 OFl'icer 43 History Club 2, 3, 4-3 Oflicer 43 ' Hi-Y 43 Home Room Ofiicer 3'I -, ., 1, 2, 3,1-LQ' Football 1, Basketball Olympus Staff 3, .+g Hiller ,Staff 3g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, ,County Chorus 2, 3, District Chorus 3, 449 State Chorus 4, junior Play 65 ii- i A 'fi . Slurley Q-.Irv Co M M ERCIA I. ', Il rmlly rfrirnt 'ifi i I I H 'T - v i I Q x. ., kk i i , A Dzck VQCATIQNAI. FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Exhibit Team 3, Calf Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4. A good farmrr fwr' knofw Divlr 'will hr, And ll lot of hamhurg he alfwayx ll-rx Io srr. Louise Nyswaner Louie ' ia? 'W COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 23 Officer 23 Oliice Girl 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Oiiicer 43 Mixed Chorus 25 Girls Chorus lg Majorette 3, -I-Q May Day lg Home Room Officer Student Council 2, Hiller Staff 3. Loui.fr": futurc plans inrludr hring a sz'crr'lary, and you'll oftrn hrar hrr Jay. "Horn: about lhal"? Q Ofiicer 25 1, 2, 3, 45 Frances Ozarowsky Franny - , COMMERCIAL f. "f, Y-Teens lg May Day 1. 'gil Franny planr to go lo a llfllllllflllll school and thru marry liflkf. 1 ,,. ' ' ri ' -If, fr' I i, 'if "V . , 2 ,Q JL! f '-57"-es Wk' .fm James Palmer Jim ACADEMIC Football 1, 2g junior Hi-Y 1, 2. Jim has our of Ihc nicrst lzcrsonal- itir: in Trinity, if .should help him out in rollvgr. Future Teachers Club 3, 4. 'If' bl ' fi lf1f6"fl!E,!5LQif LJ nf bl, ,xx Cl ,p L' 510 ,,x, IWjL., Ld 6 ffwik al We eo! SQA 'I' 1 V i xv! I2 I 1XHE VLQJQ'-jl'eg,i9 li, 2 La n,C ub 1, ljvgj om om ' 2, May fifil ,jg y 1 'K?ckTo C, ge Club 3, Vi J . J . , r 3 ll ri 4 ded C 2 Pror fff' S, e an +gYOl'ltfF5l'4. ' 1 1 ll' ' L In 'H .iufrr 1' 11, .rho yi g, "Fo ry lou ' fC0'I6?x , -V. L- 1 ,Ji -il James Piatt Jim Senior Hi-Y 3, +5 Latin Club 1, 1 25 Band 2, 3, -lg Orchestra 2, 3, i -I-Q junior Hi-Y 1, Z. Lgjfl X ..I, -'urrsify mm' siudy PlljiIIl'I'I'i7l,0. I I on Jim is going lo llffst Virginia Uni- n Il .all l Nafv y. James Plants Diego Visual Education 2, Band 1, 2, 3. Dirgo fzoouid likz' lo got into thi' !'UlI1IlI1llllfl1lI0ll.l' d1'11arfnzfnt of thz' Margaret Pollock Peggy Future Nurses Club 3, 45 Go-To- College Club 3, -I-g History Club 2, 3, -lg Future Teachers Club 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Peggy plans to ln' a nursr and fwith har jhrrsonality, hm' patinlis should , rfcowor quirlziy. li , i , Z. ser. ' i all Eddie Price Ed VQCATIONAL Visual Education 3, 43 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Ollicer 4. "l'll nmmr tell." Thafs fwhal he said. Hr didn? ffl! -what hr 'would do after hz' gat out of the Air Farm either. .Ianice Louise Poroslo Janny Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Teach- ers Club +5 Advanced Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3, -lg Mixed Chorus .LI lady in fwhilr she. aims in bf, shr'll be ll good our, just fwall and Ronald Pettit, J r. ' ' . Band 1, 2, 35 Track 2 fl ,iii , y 1, I 'f f .l . 1 1 William Orville Phillips Willy liliNERAl. hk7ZlSl1lllgI0Il High School l, 2, 3. lVlmf's mfmu al il11lI'pily'.l' llfiilyf Joseph Plany .loc ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, 2, Olympus Staff 3, -H Blind 1, 2, 3, 4. .lor Mink.: Ihr!! hr fwiii join flu' Nafvy ami his fa'voriln saying is HRflli-Clllli-ihllllluf George Pomykala COMMERCIAI. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room OHicer 2, -I-3 Senior I-Ii-Y 3, 4. Goorgz' plans Io go I0 a Irrnlf' school. His fI1"U0l'ift' fond is frinl rlzirkrn. David Powell Dave VQc.xTxQN.u. FFA 1, 2, 3, -ig Project VVin- ner 4. Dufvr fwiil lllllkl' a rrai goin' truck drlfvrr. --5 "-' Q'-X 35? i Q, ' ' 1 - ii , 1 l - J ll f if ,lf . i i L ,Q 'v' -: '9 1 ,5!-1"- l xi f W H -' 32 ncxl yfar. In Amon - ROII'.l' fafvorilr saying fwill fha from "I ziIl7l7l0n lo "1 do rm" rw lm IJ an lmiuslrml .flrls Ifachw 4 if A N. , ri Q . if V M M ffl Raymond Quail 16, GENER Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Conn Band 3, 43 District Band +9 B El Officer +3 Home Room Oflicer Junior Play 3. Ray plays ll "fu1rird" lrumprl ll fwould likr' In go to trndc sclll Ruth GENER.4l. I ' rl ha: bla 15111715 for ihf 1 'fu- , I , - " Hes goma in arf a goon' job M' 7 ard Henry Quay Dick 1 CENEIIAI. ' N hington High bchool 1, , We 2 : lam io study yrology ai '- , .S I 'X Jo Ann Ray .lo ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 45 Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Future Nurse Club 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, -lg Olympus Staff 3, -+3 May Day 13 Office Girl +. Dorothy Reichard Dottie COMMERCIAL Band 1, 2. Dollla plans lo alfrnd Prim Com- mcrrial nrxt yrar. Mary Ruth Richmond Ruth COMMERCIAL Home Room Ofiicer 1, 2, Senior Band 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2g May Day 2. Ruih will do juxlin' to avrairlimf uniform. Marlene Riggs Marlene ACADEMIC Band 1, Z, 3, +5 Future Nurses Club 3, -H History Club 3, 4. If if fwrrr up lu Marlmu-, nur.Ir.f fwould fwfar pofrudz-r blur unifornu. ull! II 1 'L X- X A, , 5 ei- ,L 33 David L. Ramsey Dave ACADEMIC Band 1, 2, 3, 43 County Band 3, -lg Latin Club 1, 2. Daw' is om' of our Senior boy: fwho is lhlanning to go lo W. 59' J., and fwe'rc Jura l1c'll be a great .v11rcrs:. ACADEMIC Future Nurses Club 3, -I-g Y- Teens 1. Ruih plan: lo bw a 111u'.r1' and fwiili hm' dl.fpo.v1fmn you can lm! Jhl' fwzll br a good mir. David Resek Dave ACADEMIC Basketball 1, 25 Football lg Sen- ior Hi-Y 4. Dawcfr aim ix lu go lo collrgr. Clara Ricker Clara ACADEMIC Y-Teens 2, 3, +5 Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Librarian 2, Ollice Girl 43 Program Seller 3, Beginning Chorus 1. fl lady in fwllilz' Clara plans fo bv, Slu"ll make lf,j1l.l'f fwait and swf. Carol Robinson Carol CQMMERCIAL Commercial Club 3, 4. Carolfs' Jmilz' and jmrsonality fwill ialer har far. Ig .,,. , . . . J . I Helen Erma Rockwell Erm VQCATIONAL-ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 49 Mixed Chorus +3 Usherette 45 Future Nurses Club 3, 45 FHA 1, 25 Oflice Girl 3. Erma is Illlllfflllfd about thc future and hm' fafvorftc saying if "You would fool mr." William Ross COMMERCIAL Bill planr Io go lo Ihr .flir Fora' , and thfn brfonn' a a'r'n1i,fi. llflfzifw 1 352 4 l ll' ,F fo:- .'f"l'vLw. - 'i!'J-Qi: .f Yr 1. ,-34. , y ,gf f.. ri ,:,,,34g'l?n ' ,gag f-"1 . j '91, , .mf-W. we fo. 1122 as ' il., 'i l 4-. W ns, i W .Q 'fi ' 4 'L A- Charles Spencer Bill ,J , -ky t. .,. Antliimy Sengky. , Tony ' Li l ' lr-'J ,,f"'TXCADElk'llC Jr 1 ,lilootball 1,1,jZn3 Horneflipom Ofhqeii , ,wseniwni-Y J, , ,ij fl ol ' 'Tony fwants lo altmzdi lylh ' Unz- 'ivmzrity or wnlrr tllo riff, y. 'A 1 .J K' for ,Q Joel Edward Siegel Joel JXCADEMIC Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Officer 33 Mixed Chorus 1, Z, 43 County Chorus 43 Hiller Stall 33 Olym- pus Staff 3, 43 Future Teachers Club 43 junior Play 33 Boys' Chorus. Xlllornny Sir-grl, alro author of I-wo l'IH'l't'71t 110-vols, has made n nzunr for himsrlf in 1970. Frank Skariot, Jr. Crow GENERAI. Football 1, 2. Since Crofw'.r fn-'uoritc color ir blur, lm .rhould look fvcry nzu- 171 hu Navy uniform. McKinley Slider Mickey GENERAL lllickfy ir no! .turn but he flll7IA".l' he may go to rollrgf. Chuck ficwizwxc junior Play 33 Hiller Stall 3 Senior Hi-Y 3 4 IV. CEI' J. nunzm'al.r will look fwvll on Chllfkhf .ffwcalw L. r. EZ? J. s arrcfx. . iv ,if . Carol Ann Schweinebraten A Acnm Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Oiliceu Delegate 33 Nurses Club 3 ' Ollicer 43 Latin Club 1, 23 M h Chorus Z, 3, 43 County Chori . 3 43 District Chorus 43 May W ' a I3 Class Officer 2, 33 H -' .: Room Oiflicer 33 Program S. J 1' ' LEP' . . 33 Girls Chorus 13 Forensic '4' lr Mixed Ensemble 43 Go-To- 4 6 lege.. Club 3, 43 Oflicer 4. 1 C--'-110'-,Xl " 1 v l Bewzrly Ann Slioolr' gSlzook K , ,ff rf- ', fi' Gawizrmif ""FH:fk 13 Home.Room Ol'ljceF 13 ,May Day 1f3 Y-Teens,l1,f2, 3, 4. BMJ'rrly fbvlllllllllkl' ,ll Sharp for solcirilizrky znrirn -f ' , ' Q A .1 , ,J -- x -f ' Marguerite Silcott VVitl1drew. Carol Slavikosky Carol Coilmekcml. Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Girls Chorus 1, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, -l-3 Band 23 Commercial Club 3, 43 Usher- ette 4. To go Io Ilfaxhirzglozz D. C. ir hm' ambition. And to gr! rich ir her mirrion. LE Donald Smiley Smiley VocAT1oNA1, junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, +3 FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Olympus Staff 4. Smilfy plans to be an artirl. ,fl good one I'll bet. 3 ,David Michael Strawn 5' y X story Club 2 3 4 St'if'f3 4 .uri Next yun Dafvr 'LUIIF bc on f a J -Y :EL . 1 : Y t4 .',,:.:N-,gg ., Barbara ilean Syyiiinteltv, Barb J , 1 if . ,Lf ' Sli-ope A Pat '- CQMMERCIAL eens 1, 2,i3, 4, Miired Chorus 3 Future Teachers ,Club 3, 4. 1J11'asi11g jN'l'.5onalify Ficill he mf aivsfl to her CIli'!"i'l' ar an .Ol"di'!'0I'l1ftJlLL V ,, ll, ul' l l l -:-- 1 . ww'-N, , 1 ' at J 1 ,i , wi " 1 A, , , " YCOMMERCIAI. AY-Teens 1,'eZ, 3,43 EHA 1, 2,L3, 41 Oiiicer 2, Commercial Club 3, -I-3 May Day'2g Home RoQr'i'1 Of- ficer 2, --lg" Stujlent Council 2, FHA Demonsiration 'Team 21 Olympus Staff -lg Commercial Club Ofiicer 4. , 4 , . ' "H . ., H ' muh 1 Martha -Tag. , V Marty 'iw'-x. -. 2 1 Q 'Q i .COMMli,RCvlA,l. , fr Baniii 2 3 4, Intflianti 1,5 "Mafy P G' , Day 245 Y3Tieensf1, 2, 3, 4-.gjliuturei . A ' ,'I'eachersflClub,'4-. 4 - 1 ' lwarfy -Math.: Io go to Prim Com- . Ii1l'l't'I1II. f ' f i- W .3:, . Alice Thomas COMMERCIAL FHA 1, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4-Q Com- mercial Club 3, 4. Allin' plans to makz' .fomf lufley man 11 .vz'crntary. Lowell Richard Thomas Dick ACADEMIC FFA 1, 2, 3, -I-5 Ofiicer 1, Z, 4, Senior Hi-Y 3, -I-3 May Day 2, 3, -I-5 Wrestling 2, 3, Track 2, 3, +5 Mixed Chorus 2. Dick is 1: fnlurz' z'11'fl1'ifal z'1lgir1nrl'. Vankirk Coxmnkcml. Teens 1, 2, 3, +5 Oflicer 3, rls Chorus lg May Day 33 Fu- e Teachers Club 3, -1-1 Com' rcial Club 3, -lg Olympus Staff County Band 4. nor could rat chifhvn in Ihr rl all thr- fimf and l0fUl'.l' hring rf-fury. Martha Tarbuck Tnrtha Geraldine Swead Gerri COMMERCIAL Chorus 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2. Gfrri is going to attend Penn Com- mrrfizzl and learn hofw to be II good .r1'fr1'!a1'y. COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Oflicer 1, 3, May Day 1, 2, Commercial Club 3, -lg Ofiicer -I-5 Office Girl 29 Substitute Majorette 3, Major- ette 4, Hiller Staff 3: Olympus Staff 4, Home Room Oilicer 4. Rose Taylor Rosie Conmmzcmi. Commercial Club 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, FHA 2. Hn' ambition is Io gr! mnrriz-d. James E. Thomas Skip VOCATIONAL FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Visual Education 2, 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. Jim'.f ambition ir lo join thf' Air Forcr, and his fafvorifa food' if frrnrh frirs. Johanna Turich Jo Acrxomuc Westmont Upper Yoder High 1, 2, Go-To-College Club 3, 4, Of- ficer 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 43 History Club 3, +3 Y-Teens 3, 43 junior Play 3, Majorette 45 May Day -l. Jo'.r future 17111715 infludc colin'-of and maybe Lafw school. , ' ' kip, IQ . ra .fi . I Qmw. C I' ,:..' :Q 5 W, 3 7,1 4 fl? i I V fl L' V .-, ,,f.g5. Elizabeth Verner Betty Commmzcuu. Commercial Club 3, +3 Oliice Girl 3. :I "nmrrh Jofwn Ihr' airlfi' is our of Bclty"s plalu. Robert Von Scio Brau is one guy fwbo isn't bard lo Q ,A 2 M Qlaase. Ha' fwants to get a summer Q 'A' job and ga lo college next fall. ' Beau i ACADEMIC . P is 152 -, .Pl I . I 1" if ,, 2 as gin, 453251 lirycs .wc-, " 'i -. wi""j,, w-Q , fry u ' ' -fa: . Deanna Joyce Walker Dee ACADEMIC May Day 1, 3, Home Room Of- ficer 2, 33 Cheerleader 2, 3, +9 Latin Club 1, 2, Future Teachers Club 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1, 2, Future Nurses Club 3, 45 Olym- pus Staff 3, +3 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, -L. Wiib DI'l"J Imp, sb1"s sure lo makv an rfcivnt nursf. David Ward Dave , .ACADEMIC Student Council 1, 2, 35 Home ", ggi Room Oflicer 1, 2, 3, Football 1, iii 7 f' 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Track 1 9 M 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y 4. Da-'uf is going lo rollngr fwbrrr hz-'ll probably bcronw a big fooiball star. s- Y , , , , ' 5155525 1- J or 'rt . Judith Ann Young Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 43 May Day Z. Judy 'will be a lalanled beaulician someday. Judith Weaver Judy CQMMERCIAL Girls Chorus 1, 2g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Judy plans to brcomzr a reception- isl, bofw about tba!! Ronald Witt Ron GENERAL Ron 'wants lo 'work fu-r'afwl1i!c after graduatzon and than jozn tbe armed forces. Judy ,P 1 GENERAI, Y' . . J .1 av i as .,, ' if :52:5:... , i' wif ' A 1 wwwbli fhif 155' e E ' 1 ,sl as 72 -Y: his-.sts , J .u my V Vh.,,6,, s il.li'5.'ii..-:1Qf-"'-'i.,"i:' - ,..,.- -ul, Bethesda Ward Beth CQMMERCIAL Commercial Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 25 Future Teachers Club 3. .4fl1'r grrzdualion Brib plans lo be a s1'c'rNal'y. Donna Ward Donna CQMM1-:RcxA1. Librarian 35 junior Achievement 3, 4, Y-Teens 1. With brr pleasant personality, Don- na 'will lllllkl' a hurry good serrrlary or !Il'll5l. Mike Webb Mike ACADEMIC Class Officer 13 Latin Club 1, 25 Home Room Officer 3, Wrestling 23 Football 2. This likeable fellofw plans to go to collage. Richard Wonsettler Dick VQCATIQNAL FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 44 State FFA Band 2, 35 Wrestling 3. Dick likes shrimp and frcncb fries and after graduation be plans to go to fwork. 36 iv, Laura .Jane 5Wade. 13, Q" ,K-'V' ' V L' if Comm Commercial' Club 4-g May l QQlltt'a,.'4'zlbilb,l1,e1i' plrasing pn , ity 1s sg!! to Illllkif qskig hu ' bnjdzltirian. ' -L'-' , r - 1 Margaret Young Y-Teensl 2 3 4' Glrls 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4 ette 4. Peggy's ambition is to be I1 tary in a Pizza factory. Commercial Club 3, 4:5 l ! 1 7 ' ' I 51 3 fl' SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Continued from page 19 We are now Seniors. VVe have been looking forward to our giadua tion and the activities that are a part of it. Some outstanding events of the year were the Christmas Dance, "Crystal Christmas," and the Senior play, "Paint The Town Pink." We feel that we have been fortunate in having two wonderful ad Visors to guide us through four successful years at Trinity. Our officers for our Senior year Were: President ....... Vice President Secretary ....... Treasurer Advisors Robert Lusk Donald Lemley Joyce Hanna Irene Apache Margaret C. Spriggs Henry Reihner THOSE FOR WI-IOM WE HAVE NO PICTURES Jerry Irwin Jerry GEN Emi. Beginning Chorus lg Art 1. Jfrry is going io ruin' tim .rf'rfzfin'. Maybe it will be Ihr Nat-vy or Air Force bfrauxe his flI'UOI'ffL' color is bluff. James Sprowls Jim GENERAL Jim fLL'll7If.I' lo join Ihr Nafuy nm! hz' lzkrur to ral slrnk. Tig 1 u N I u ii ' E1 President CLASS HISTORY CHARLES DUNN Chuck Acaoezsnc Latin Club 1, 25 Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 35 Class Officer 2, 35 Home Room Officer 25 Stu- dent Council 25 May Day 25 Basketball 1, 25 Olympus Staff 35 Boys Chorus 2. Chuck is II lribulr' Io all Ili: r1a.r.v- llmI1'.r. Secretary JANICE GUTHRIE .Inn Aczmnmxc Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Oliicer 25 FHA 1, 25 Oflficer I5 May Day 15 Latin Club 2, 35 Nurses Club 2, 35 History Club 2, 35 Beginning Girls Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Go-To-College Club 35 Class Of- ficer 35 Olympus Staff 35 Pro- gram Seller 3. .lnn'.f motto is "l'll fry." B .59 Our first year at high school we found to be very dif- ferent and more exciting than grade school. As soon as everyone had gotten acquainted we elected the following otlicers and advisors: President ....... ......... M ike Shuba Vice President .... ...Richard Humphreys Secretary ....... .... G eorgia Mucey Treasurer .. Marlene Courson Advisors Miss Ruth Myers Mr. Paul Sedlak Then our Sophomore year arrived. lve came back more confident and took part in several activities. ive held a 'LRecord Hop" after the Charleroi football game and a successful Penny Carnival. Our class party was held on Ap.-ai 26. Zlfl The officers elected this year were: President ................. .... . . Dominic Vajentic Vice President .... Charles Dunn Secretary ..... .... J anice Lawrence Treasurer Beverly Williams .. Miss Ruth Myers Mr. Paul Sedlak Advisors . . The year had come. WVe were at last upperclassmen we realized the responsibilities that went with this. lt illll "fr I C12 i.- i' an 38 LASS 1958 was hard to believe we were Juniors when not so very long ago we had been bewildered Freshmen. Among the events that we sponsored were a record dance after the WVestview football game and a St. Patrick's Day Dance on Niarch 14. These were held to finance the highlight of this year, J our Junior Irom, "Fountain Fantasy." In October we received rings, an event which made us feel that we were really upperclassmen. our anxiously awaited class Our class party was held in May. VVhen our class entered Trinity, there were three hundred forty members. VVe now have two hundred sixty- iive enrolled. The officers elected for our Junior Year were: President ....... .... . .. Charles Dunn Vice President .... David Moses Secretary ..... .... J anice Guthrie Treasurer .... Shirley Rockwell Advisors .... .. Miss Ruth Myers Mr. Paul Sedlak A S i 'PW frilly 'lg-H .I '-" " L 39 .L I X x Vice President DAVID MOSES M0 COMMERCIAI.-ACADizMlC Class Oiiicer 35 Track lg jr. Hi- Yg Home Room Officer lg Student Council lg Football 35 Basketball 3. Boy mn "filo" dunk in Il l111.vl'r'I- lmllf Treasurer SHIRLEY ROCKWELL Rocky Acixumixc-COMMERCIAL Latin Club 1, 2g History Club 2, 35 Future Teachers Club 3g Y- Teens 2, 33 FHA lg Ofiicer Ig Home Room Officer 1, 25 Class Oflicer 3. Shi1'l1'y'.v an cxamplc of beauty and lzrainx. ,, hw, , wg Charles Edward Adams Sam Commlmcml, Flying in the fwild blur yonder is Sam'sI grratcst ambition and his H faworlfr rolor IJ Ian. 4 , Q 1 r , ..- ' , XL.. V H is 7 F' Ss, f B . '- "JiL"1,s-+.1- at 25,341 1-.rvgsi -,J-U W 'Ht-rfidgafevblak., . W 1T"f-1-'g'f"'e'?1.1Tw: . vi. wgngy J- V 1 .J 1 Frenchy Joseph Andy ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Football 1, 2, 35 Student Council 25 Home Room Ofhcer 25 Int. Band 1, 2. Frcm'hy's got a chwrful pfrsonal- ity, and plans to ba a businfssman or a forest ranyar. His fafvoritr sport is football, and his fa-voriif dish is slralr and frmzrh frirs. Duane Armstrong Dean GENERAL VVrestling 1, 2. Happy-go-lurky and nicn. Daan's fa-vorita rvlor is rrd. ' Alice Barney Barney GENERAL Y-Teens. Alice lilers the color blue bestf most often you hear hm' saying, "Haw about that?" Thomas Bell Ding Don ACADEMIC Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 35 Home Room Otlicer 35 Junior Play 3. Thm'1"s nower a dull momzfnt fwhcn Tom is around. 'l 1 - is , QEPJ L ' v Y . ' ....' -13 ' xr, ,- ,I , Darlbne Andei'son,'F" . .. L80 Bo . E Rfb Mft," fl' i,CiiiMMrsRQ1alLq'l A ' ' Q' 2 5' f 'Mr J V Eg,1tui'e jVmfIll?'a5:l1ets" !".Club L,35i Y-V Q T eeui-33 -V lv "L, -f ,js ' 4 , , - ' -'f 1' ff- iw' 14. kggzlfr' jbagsotn gaqlzo 152111 'QLYLJIQ9 pop- phlg oztivhuith IWW' ,jbzfwpritfb rwprfs- sionj "Hm'3j.ff'?iL'aill" 4 , ..-IU V 5 L , r is 'H -' . .T gi T- 1 :f ' I l l F k'1 Mary .Elllen 'Alleyf . 'all JJ Ml ACAISEA Y-Teens 1, 25',35 Librarian 2, I Future Nunses Club 35 La Club 35 May Day 1. lllary has d friendly smilr, Ka royards bhrr fagporifa color as bl ft Us . - i Robert Anderson B GENER VVashington High School 1, 2. Bob is furry qnirt, but al-ways l a plrasaut smilr for ffvfryorm. Joseph Angott Latin Club 1, 2. fl happy sort of guy,' Io hafuc a youd lima. Beverly Askew Ang ACADEL alfways rm B AACADEIK Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 FHA 1, 2, Ofhcer 1, 35 Pennsylvania St. Convention 1, 2, 35 Farm Shi 35 State FHA Degree 35 Mix Chorus 35 Girls Chorus County Chorus 35 District Choi' 35 May Day 2. Bm: is ont' oflhose lncley girls su' has a great talent for music. Kenneth Barnhart Kenny GENERAL Track 1, Z, 3. Ki-any is one -who is quid, but he is also fucry nite. , . David Bennington Egghead - if X GENERAL 'VVrestli'ng 1, 2. Dafva' is ll "nick, quid, calm, and rollrrffrl tyjnlf' 'of boy. rl, f 5 sl . 1' 95 1 40 l t Acfxnemc .M . s Boardley 'f QQ Jun 'J -f HCQMMERCIAL 4 X X slr E. Football'2, 3.2, fy .5 A '11iXh11.v 11Xffl'ic'1zdly fwizy aboXugJ7ii1n. The fwdxld mfrfull ofXf:1'0blri1ir," ir 1Jg1'.f fapqrifn crxPrmf1fion. ' illiam Bonus Bill CQENERAL-COMMERCIAL Home Room Orhcer 15 Student Council 15 Football 1, 25 VVrest- ling 1, 2, 3. ill, om' of our great fwr1'.vflcr:, is 'fll liked. . lv . -.4 ,ary Breese , 5' V" Mary 1 AGADEXIIC-CONIXMEkcml. Y-Teensal, 2, 35'Chorus 1, 2, 35 May Day 1.3 , V ' Xa' lllfy 'is fhqlfypn of 'yiernzgl that ir lC'I'Af0 lfzzdfw and f1l71 105110 with. arolyn Brewer Carol VQCATIQNAL-COMMERCI.-Xl. FHA 1, 2, 35 Cafeteria Club 2, 3. 'fllfwnyr helpful and frifrzflly. Patricia Brennan Pat John Bernard .l olm. GEN IZRAL .lol111'.r fa-'uariiz' folor ir blue and lu- rrally l1a.v zz nirf 121'rrfn1al1ty. Martha Jean Berry Martha Jean ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 15 Baud 1, 25 Librarian 2, 35 Girl's Chorus 35 Future Nurses Club 3. Marllla has Il lI'l'l'lfl'L' .vmzw of hu- mnr and rr '1.Ul?l7lI7Iy 1Il'l'.f0lIIIlllj1. , ,ll . x IU. " . 3 1 . lf., I l C' , . v . . - V. , . X .,. . In Xl XI, 0 X. ' 1 4 ' " .. . :rd -1 Rebecca lSiue Berryt X Becky lg - ' Q. ACADEMLCFVQCATIQNAE in ' Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Home RoornXOf- licer-1, 25 Sgudent Council 25 FHA 1, 25 May Day 25 'Substil tuteXMajo'rette 3. ft ' ' Xl. if ,lu Alfivzzyrlhippy mir! thereforc has 211. jblrrzrqirll .rmiln for efuz'ryom'. ' X J X' -' Connie' Blue- '. ' 4C'onnie X X 'L XL 'f 1CQMMERc1A1. V -YXl'IIe'ehsX,1f,"2, 35 ,Librarian 2. B916 qujri am! Iiierf llolznic lofuzfs flm valor lll1lQ,.X j J Ruthann Boardley Ruthalm COMMERCIAL Vllashington High School lk. Ruthzum is I1 -very quiet pcrron, buf al-wnyr furry ro11siri1'rnir lo nll. goo 16111 M Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers Club 35 May Day 1. P111 is Jmall, but .vhr .vurr har ll lol of rurryy. Eleanor Ann Bromley Ellie . ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 25.35 Latin Club 1, 25 Go-To-College Club 35 Fu- ture Nurses Club 35 Girls Chor- us 1, 25 Program Seller 3. Ellis is furry z'ffn'fzm.vcc111. 41 wi"-I. l l 'af' . ' , ff ima? YA Patty Bryner Pat COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 3. Pai is quiwr and Iliff In krmfw. Francis Cain Skee ACADEMIC Transferred N01 a Carr' in Mr fworlrl. -Judith Caplan Judie f I V ACADEMIC-Comm ERCIAI. ' Y-Teens 1,,,,2, 3g'junior Achieve- ment, l,'Washif1gtoii-'High School 1,.2. , Judir is ri fvcry friendly gal. Joseph Chehovin Joe VocA1'1oNA1, FFA. Jar is one of our q11ialfcllofLUs. Slk613,!ig!11ej M James Brown Jim Ac.-xnrimc junior I-Ii-Y 1, 2, Football 1, .Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3. .IINI f0J'.fl'J 11 lllfllll fllfiff. Sandra-1K21y Brbanleell . 'llgdridy K fl flfi-XDEMIC f Y-Teens 1, 213, Ilatiii Club 1, 2, V3,g-il'Future 'Nurses Club 5, Girls ' Chorus Vi, 25 Librarian 2, 3. .llny fIF"UOI'J t1!'A'lI'I'fl? Sandy fwill '- gladly do lhrm. . w.,- ! ix f, . ' 1' fr, S11 .ire Y J Y6,T'eens,l3rf' Girls Chorus A3. Leota Brownlee T Acfxnamlc-COMMERC Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, Z, Girls Chorus 1, 2, 35 Mi: Chorus 3, Thr hz-.ri things mme in lin' .ruml jrurlmgrx. David Bryant l' ACADI5 junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Ofhcer 2, ior Hi-Y 3, Student Council Latin Club 1, 25 History 2, 3. s C x7 .vhnrfl rl2'r'.f.rc'l'. ' V 'mfr' J A , ,ll Judith Anil Ifzugjnfield ,V " ,Il ., ' Mlfi' , CTQENYEI Of1'I"uLfo1l7eI11ll fcvillofzuy:Ll11l1rlr'.vl. Dolores Calvert Whisl Commune Transferred Y-Teens 3, FHA 2, Girls Ch us 1. Dolur1',r lfkn fl't'7ICll frirs xhrimp. Hmmm, .sounds rlrlicioux MTW Lois Lorene opher Lois Con-msncnxl, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g FHA 1, 2, 3. Lair is one of our jhrrlfy blomirr, 42 5 J Q -ECADEI-IIC Girls Chorus 1,'Z, I.3,5EMhy Day 1Qg""Y-'I'ee'nsl, 1,,l"?,f'35 Future Teachers Club 53 55' Future Nurses Cl u 'ff' mfty' is Il frifiridly lass. illiam Courson Bill ACADEMIC Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 2. lfway: good 1mlur1'd. Decker Chris ACADEhI1IC Latin Club 1, 25 junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 35 Basketball 1, 25 History Club 2, 35 Officer 35 Football 1, 2, 3. -I modrl of good bt'lI!1"Lli0l'-'I0ll16'- inzcs. X. I 3 J. 3' A fflla Conner ' Q Q fllflirty r Earl Clark Oil AACADIEIVHC History Club 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Senior Hi-Y 35 Football 1. A furry nirc guy fo knufw. Allen Cole Butch CiliNERAL Noi as quid ar hr .vn'm.r. fi, f. I I l M o I I James, R.I Cl'05lCil1,1, 5 55 Jun . " I I 'ff fl Q ' I -LUXCADEMIC F' Band 1,5 2, 3.53 Jill: rdziibe .hkarzl myvirlg, "Dorff ftvbrk,-t'oo fl,l1I'd.U .M pl, , 9 V John Dennis John . ACADEMIC Band 152, 35 Olympus Staff 3. John is a furry amiable guy. Q D 43 Lois Clark Bubs Colm-1ERcIAI, Y-Teens 15 Girls Chorus 1, 2. Lui: fr quifl and nirr. Barbara Collinsj - A Barb E. V COM,hiERCIAL FH!ba,15VLibrariim 2, 3.,' J Bflflllllill if mm 'of qui' talkaiifvf yalsz If Jul A r 1 L H ' U U AJ Marlene Courson Toots ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Go-To-College Club 35 junior Play 35 Home Room Officer 1, 35 Student Council 15 Class Officer 15 May Day 15 Girls Chorus 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Program Seller 3. Tool: fx II 51111 with lofi' ofpz'r:o71- alfly. Mfg' Peggy mI,-COMMERCIAI, .rr as qufrl as 4 A ,' , I tw 'L' ., . ,, 1 X 1,1 ' ite fond i.r pizza. , 'EV fi, Robert Dicks, Bob Q f Bob H one of thou' qlllfl 51111111111 "' Mat l"'L'l'l'y07l6 likes. ' X I f S 1 L Mary Ann Dot V 'Mary Ann L C RClAL ixilasl r s . 1 ar 7 1 yr has -lfJll'H.fI17lf WU . Catalan Walter W. Drabeck, Jr. Walt VQCATIQNAL FFA 1, 2, 3. fl frifndly fcllofw whom fafuvriic folor: arf blur and "LUlIifl' fwlziclz t'0I'I'!'.1'pD7Id fwilh' hi: yxchool colors. 'V tx, yi Robert Ellenberger Berger ,ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, 25 junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 33 Olympus Staff 3. Always ready fo have a good time. Nancy Eustis Nancy ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Girls Chorus 2, , 33 May Day 1. Nancy airway: IIIIJ' a .frnilr for cfvm'youz'. Wayne Elliott Wayne VQCATIQNAL FFA 1, 2, 3. Hfayne is aim of our bays fwho is l7Ifl'I'!'.Yf!'L1 Ill 11-0l'lL'1llfIH'6'. Donald A. Ewing Don GENERAL Senior Band 1, 2, 3. Don ix aftmz hrard to .ray "Doe.m't that gifvz' you a chargvf' 44 Piiiscilla Eewjaimey Pa Q f' Coxmaucifxn VQQUIQNAI Y-Teens '1, 2,132 FHA 1 , ,Cafeteria Club'2g Ofhcer 2 Pai ix a friM1a'ly la.v.r uhoxr avol ACADEMIC wt Folkens Bud ACADEMIC UZXSKCIDHIIQ Baseball. Iirl, bu! ning' Bun' enjoys rporls. Ibert Fonner Fleetfoot GENERAL Football 1, 2, 33 VVrestling 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 33 Hiller Stal? 3. great .rporlsmarz fwhr1.w fafuorifz- od ix lurkfy. ugene Foringer Gene ACADEMIC Hiller Staff 3. Kilt' is II frinnrlly frllofw -'whose I-'UOI'llf' food IJ pizza. arry Frank Stubby GENERAL Visual Education. .thorn is no rxvilenzmzl, Stubby 'Ill crnaic some. Judith Jane Fox Judy ' Jerry Ewing Jerry IXCADEMIC Visual Education 2, 3. .4 friendly fella-1.u 'wharf' fafvorifr mlm' ir rrrl. Anna Louise Fields Ann CQMMERCIAI. Girls Chorus 2. slim, fwhoxz' f1l'UUI'lfl? valor ir blur, is ufirn l11'ard saying, "By Jayl1rr.v." ,-I' Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Officer 33 Latin Club 1, 23 junior Play 33 Go-To- College Club 33 FHA 1, 23 Of- ficer 1, 23 Home Room Oliicer 2, 33 Student Council 33 Majorette 3. One of our prettyinmjorefter fwiih ll lnlcaszizg flL'I'J07lIllIly. Howard Frazee Jim GENERAL FFA 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2. Jim',v a real good kid. 45 Marlene Fattman Mar GENERAL Band 1, 2, 33 May Day 23 Fu- ture Nurses Club 33 Beginning Girls Chorus 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Hiller Stal? 33 Monitor 1. Marlz-m"s fa-vorifc food von.vi.vl.r of hnmburyr Il7Idfl'f7ll'hfl'i1'.S. Bethany Ann Fleming Bethany ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Future Teach- ers Club 33 Go-To-College Club 33 Olympus Stal? 3. lVr'1'r'1' a dull momrn! 'LUhl'7l Beth- any ir arnund. Helen Fonner Helen COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 13 FHA 1, 2, 33 May Day Z. Hrlnn lmr II .rmilzr for mvcryom'. . f X' il I . Joyce f"Fiilid . .-', I' ' Joi, , , ' AcADEIIIcQCoMMERcIAI. Yv1'e.ens 1, .33 Future Nurses "Club 33,1,.'Librari'an 33 junior Achieyciinent- '- A qliifi girl--fwlzorc fafvorilc color .- jr' milfit yrc'e7"I. ,- ,Q , , 3 V .M IL, . , LLXCADEMIC N so 'dll . was -' LU,K 4 .ra all Ed Giecek Ed GENERAIl Wrestling 3. Slzy bay lwitlz ll youd 'word for rfvrrylzody. Wayne Gorby Gorbo Comm-lnkcml. Football 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 3. HH: one of our .r11or1.r mindrd ffl- lofws. Paul Gray Buck GENERAL junior Hi-Y 25 Senior Hi-Y 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, FFA 1, 2. Roll Mn, spin 'cm, coma on Paul, le!'.v pin 'rml 'Q- X X . ij ., H X ly N ' ' " U lk mv Wd' I J Janice',S. Grimm: l L" Alan -, "r M5 Jgil .' 2 . fy ry 4 ,Acaogimxe F ,Laiin'p1ubf1,, 25 Y-Teens .1',.22, sg? May pray 25 1, 2, 3 g i'Futui.'e Nurses Club'2, 35 ,Cafeteria Club 2. ff f Efrlzgliyonc likcx lzmq cooking. '. .J J. D. Frazee J. D.' ACADEMIC Mixed Chorus 1, 2, junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 3, Home Room Uflicer 1, 23 Student Council 1, 2, junior Play 35 Hiller Staff 3. J. D. ix zz furry nrtifur' bay who is fwnll likrd by all hi.: cla.v.r1r1at1'.r. Nelson Gantz Don .ACADEMIC Basketball 13 Vllrestling 25 FFA 1, 25 Oflicerg junior Hi-Y 25 Senior Hi-YQ Officer. .-I lzamlsomc lzlumlc. Rita Gredesky Rita fx Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Go-To-College Club 35 Home Room Oflicer 13 May Day lg Chorus 1, 25 Pro- gram Seller 3. Rita'.v zz .ffwcll kid fwilh a beautiful Jmllf. Rebecca Joyce Grummiek Becky COMMERCIAL Girls Chorus lg Mixed Chorus 2, 3. A .sharp girl who liluxr french frizfs and pizza. 46 .ll , l Don Giecek ll ACADE Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3. 0111- of our all araxum' afhlrlrs. Ruthann Golsky Rutlm Com M ERC Y-Teens 1, 2, 31 May Day Home Room Oflicer 1, 2, 3, j lor Play, Hiller Staff 3, G1 Chorus 2, 3. Shf'J happy fwhfn .vh1"s ruling 5 ylrvlll. Ronald Graff Rom Comm ERCIAI.-IXCADEH HW: II fwhiz on in' .rknf1'.r. Ca mxuznc xonstrat 2 3 N l l'll5 r :SX X rothy Harrington Dorothy COMMERCIAL '-Teens 1, 2, 35 FHA 1, 2, 3. -"J a nice girl, c1vz'ryo111' knofws. e Herceg Babe COMMERCIAL -I'-Teens 1, 2, 35 Senior Band 2, rs alfways Ialleing and gel: along .l fwltlx ofverybody. 1 ne Hewitt June COMMERCIAL -' likes steak. .la Elizabeth Heyman Dumplin COMMERCIAL -Teens 1, 2, 35 FHA 1, 25 May ay 1. ufz'f,frio11Illy girl 1who'.v always und. . 3 4 , I' 3131.-JC. ,1 , .1 ,f .,a",lCl Y . -It 'LQ A , Q I . If '11 C' I. 1 xr xg, JI' Nm -4, .vi . W ir -I t -. fi' if ny' LA il " 'V vi li in -f.,:.' f y ' Vlffvl' " 2 'll' -'. , 'I w 'd , . ' "9 ,Q 'Joyce Guthrievr' 1 . :LIQHCG Z . 5 . A . 5 , ,, I "5 5 ' .V " W " 'AQADEBAIIC C .Hogiie ROQYHKJHECCTZ-1: Latin Club Z 4 V- L Q '5 I', 255 Y-'1Teen,s,15' 2, 35 Qliicler 1. H A QQ 5, Nofwvlyou ,hand who rsyciyx, "Igor a L ' 3. 5 lam- zodaf' if ,5 9 I - . 1- V rw M 1 lub' df 4, IL E Nancy Haines 25 Mixed Chorus tory Club 2, 35 May .fl good studrnt fwlfo grfriilly for E'-'uL'ry11z'. Nancy ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Girls Chorus 1, 2, 35 Advanced Girls Chorus 3 5 Future Teachers Clubg Oflicer 35 His- Day 2. has a aiu' V' E je , :.: -,-, T ' I I .E 5 l ,H , 'fs 4 2 U Charles Wilkinson Heyman Chuckie COMMERCIAL Senior Band 1, 2, 3. Chuckie plays a 7fl6'Il7l trzunpct in our band. Charles Hill Charlie COMMERCIAL Charlie Hill from Lincoln Hill, ncforr fworle: and nz'-vw' fwill. it I -Q 33" 4.1 lf.. ,WJ "Q . 5,57 K.--jlf Ml' . - ef fe- 3 , f ' -' , 4- fv f 4 fi ' :,Q'fu1' 4.1 ' If Faye Hainer Faye COMMERCIAL May Day 15 Band 2, 35 Y-Teens 1. Thafll br tha day fwhrn .fha quit.: oatfng rhiclern. Judith Hallewell Judy ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Girls Chorus5 Mixed Chorusg FHA 1, 2, 35 Demonstration Team Z5 Future Nurses Club 35 County Chorusg District Chorus5 Home Room Of- ficer 33 Student Council 3. llfhfn you lmar .fonmanf say, "How 'bout Mat," if.: Judy. 4- , 1,12-,-f-ev Harry ,fl , ' .Red JV .' f' . , 1 1 .rl " ,. , .J 1 "A . JH, vj,5,,?J A 7 QQ1f1MEI5i:IAI,, ADEIMIC "l'l,jf5Ql2eensA13 EHJY 1553, gow UIS'li1".yL2'z:I1llyf'hagj3y?QH1'ii lhorefr a 2ph7F.r1gaa5giv"iiz front of lzori .' .' dj' n" ' .f'I F y Y ,-bm George Hewitt Junior ACADEMIC Band 1, 2, 35 History Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 2. .Did anybody .wc Georgcis French horn? . - ,lf 47 , 41' - e..-- -Miz, Wa , FQ! Joseph S. Horency, lllziicizk M! ACADEMIC Senior H25 1 , Hr'rn': or 4' .lrullor ho'.r zllfwayx look 11Yw bclfrr. W L Robert Houston Bob ACADEMIC Vvrestling 2g Jounior Play 35 Hiller Staff 3. Bob is one nf Tri11i1y'.v gl'I'lIlt'Jl aunts. Fred Hupp Freddie Commskcmi. junior Achievement. "lVhy Surv"! Frfd likes to val frmch friz-.r and pizza. Helen Iams 4 Helen ' V ' CQMMERSIIAL Helen likrs' pigfla. and hlqr fafulirillr color is pinky ' ' l l .. W ' l Li , 1' 'lLf. Carol Ann Holmes Carol ,"i f ,,, ComMERCLAI,-Acnnunuc " ture Nurses Club 33 Future Teachers Club 33 junior Play 35 Girls Chorus 1, 2, 35 Home Room Ol'l'icer 2. llfalrh out -'wlzwll you .wr Carol Jllffdlllfl urninnl in hm' Olds. Y-Teens 1, Z, 35 Ollicer lg Fu- Ina Hoolman Ina CIIENIZRAI. l'I'r:msferre1.lJ l'f'ry quid, but -zvrry frizvzrlly. , A ig Donald Iams Don Acixnmiic-Comimisucmr Junior Hi-Y 1, Zg Senior Hi-Y 35 Baseball Manager 1, 2. Don tl0l'.l'7l'f like .rrhool much, but he ir happy anyfway. Cinda Sue Irey 7 ll Cindy ' itAC:XDEb'lICJCQMMERCIAI. Y Teene 1, 2, 3-g,1fOflicer 23 Fu- ture Nurses 3g 'Hiller Stall 3g Home 'Room Ollicer 15 Beginning Girls Chorui 13 Advanced'TGirls Chorus 2, 3. I I Cindy likcy .rvulhvrn frlfd Cllll'ln'l'7l and apple pin. 48 f Barbara Jean Holik Bo Commune Y-Teens 2, 3g junior Achie mcntg May Day 2f Charti High School 1. Shf lJrofvr.r Ihnt Charllrrs lmr .ra .l'4'bUl'll girls. Donald Hopkins Hop Acfxmsi Football lvlllllilgel' 2, 35 jun Hi-Y 1, 29 Senior Hi-Y3 Q VVr1 ling 1, 2, 35 State Champion! llnlvpylv nm' of Ihr' nirr g' arouml Trlnily. Dolores Houston Dolo. CumMiikcml,-VQcA'1'xQr 'Transferred Thir long lmirnl min lm: mi frii'ml.r. Richard Humphreys D CQMMERC Class Ollicer lg Home Room l- licer 2. "Simply lllllllzllly l.rn'l il"! D llkzxr I0 fur shrimp nml frrnch fr l ,. i M' if 5 'i f I i ii ,v rx' - li I My i - V V, H 4 Q MV if if X LV . ALEJU' ,li f iw' MV ,JJ I ,J iz- 51 i 5 My ,Lf mg Tyr ,Iv 'aff 7 yy gf Aki"-' YQD4' Iwi". 9-'v , 1 'f I .1 11 -l W .1 Li ,' V Www ,n 5555" flip! up .:' J all! ,fu J 'Wi X. 'Z Ml Ll! fi it UL! . , wIames,,,Ifwin . J .ini f-Iollywooii Janice Lyee Plagzqflas Q lweilfflmll fl , I J U ' -lf' Ulf' GIQNQQRA1, iif' gl' ., Co1uMhRciAl.'l ,X I . ,ff . Q - .,-- . . 24' . ' l QB' E 'kelstwgcgm ZWSI-estling 15fi" Tracly JIUIICL' likfs I0 look- al boys. ,Ll MH' f12ff1'f'2-f' . f n' i 4 ' f Holly vozi11'x,-1.-'f,1fL1o1'i?"ff f00tA5.yl1l'6' ' i Q' K lianzburgfrx am! mil slfaluxi. . x X' Y 1 , I ' in me 1 f- S g ef go e ' el . '-,fi James Alfred .lavens General Richard W. .lavens Dwk N i'XCADEMlC Acfxnmnc W-f ,Q " F, - B-' 1 H' l N ' B'i hton High 1' Band 1 1, ig' isimlgoiilizili'1rjel:asl:iiLiv:hnME1j 2,639 Whistling 2: Feofball ' Z "T1!'gw"'F uger 13 Student Council lg Glee Bilslwtbilil 1- , gf: Clllb 15 Home Room Omcel' 1' Ilf.r'i",v anotlirr boy from Nvfw nl 5' 'Q ,,: ,4 W H, ' . From Nffw Bflfjlllllll High School Bl'I!llIl07l Hlglz School. 29 ' w ,'Hg ,,F,EH Nw i 7. mnzf Jim and his .YI'71.fl' of humor. 2 . '-5 BQQQ-7' so CL ,- 4.5 , ce Johns Joyce Kzithy Johnson V A 1, ?IKfit VOCATIONAI.,-COMMERCIAI. f' YOQA'l'10N'lAL-COM'MEliClAL HA lg Junior Achievementg 'uture Teachers 3. vw .about Mal!" Joyrvfr fafuvriic r 1.r rrd and :hc lilefs to cal fb fries. ce Jordan Jo GENERAL -Teens 2, 3. uhm' one of Tri1iity'.v laughing .v. herine Kazakewicz Katie ACADEMIC-COMMERCIAI.. -Teens 15 FHA 1, 2, 35 Penna. late Convention 23 Concession .and 2g May Day 1. ! My Gosh!" Kalic like: Slop- low. l -quita Kellejf' V I'-,Sliorjty , VACfAoEMic-Qommislgcinl, -Teens 12 2, l3fQ :Homer Room leer Z, 3Yg'.xMay Dey 11f2: if 11 .rhgzrp Juizior girl fwlmsf' 1y,Qlaugbing.2 ' ' ' FY-Teens 1,'2, 3yFuture TeacherS 'Club sg, FHA! 1, 2Q1,Bfgll'lDllllg Gills Chorus' 13" Mixed Chorus i' 21.34 if ' . X' 'Kat likq: ,fl'f',7Kl'7lAfil'l?i.f' kind xlirinzjr, g1'ruQ4h1'7', fKifi.'oi'1lf," tulqfihfis- vmlnl yI'l'I'7l." A, ,E . - " ' L 1 5 ' E A -' 1 ' A 5 F . Robert Richard Kanotz Bob VOCATIONAI. FFA 1, 2, 3. Br1l1'.v ll lillli' nmn, buf lu' mrrizxr Il big stick. Elmer Kelley Tom 1 V Q GENERAI. E 'L V I, Wrestling lg Band 3. V I in V Elmm' likzxr clzickrfi. "fli11'l that II h - ' flip?" P. C M :E in - 'Viz .,-l M - X in - .- , ,Ly gi . W, ,L 1 1 ,mg i ' 5 .. ' 1, ' 'i ' I V lx ,eg A . ,. ,A-Y - J 1 Joyce Elziirie Kelvington , 'l' If . ,U V N gAIGADEM-ie-Comifuzneim, FHA. 1,Qw2Q 3g Y1Teen5 1,j12'fy3j OfHeex.1i39 Hojne Room Oii'iCe1',ul, ' ZQ5: Student ,Council 'lfgi Fug-ure Nugses 3 ge Clieerleader 2, 3. " ' Joycgli is viilfivays l?uigWii1gyaWd.'full of fun. 1 1 ' 2 " , .2 1 'ix nl id Lx 1 ,fi 49 f H7 Barb ACADEMIC Y-Teens 2, 35 May Day Z5 Coun- ty Band 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers Club 3. Barbara Kowalczk Barbarahv bright .fmilr can bright- vn flu' tlarleul corlzrr. William Kurpjuweit Kurp ACADEMIC VVrestling 1, 2, 35 Student Coun- cil Z5 Home Room Oliicer 2, 35 Senior Hi-Y 3. The Don Juan of Trinily. Janice Lalight X Jan II, ' ACADEMIC ' 'Latin Club'1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Future Nurses Club 2, 35 Go-To- College Club 35 Majorette 35 Junior. Play 35 Home Room Of- ticerfl., .4 Twirling 1lInjorn't1'! George Levers Beanpole VocAT1oNA1. FFA 1, 2, 35 Senior Band. George' doz'.vn'! talk much until you mentzon girls. Laine Cosmlfrccml. 5 'rls Chorus 1, , 5 County 0 I porn 5fl1ff1l.6ii,U,-Quill: ll big .l'lllill'. W Carol Kopenshek Carol 1111! Carol. Acllomue-Commlteraclfxl, Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 History Club 2, 35 Go-To-College Club ture Teachers Club 35 Pl'0gl'ZllI'l Seller 35 May Day 2. Trinity +u'n11ltl11't ln' ilu' Jann' -with- 35 Fu- Kathryn Knestrick Ka XXCADE l-lome Room Oliicer 1, 35 N Day 25 FHA 15 Librarian' junior Play 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, Future Teachers Club 35 jul Achievcmunt5 lliller Staff County Chorus 35 District Chc 35 junior Play 3. lf'r1llt'y,frlllfllfru' aml frif'mfly. Priscilla Koscho l'e Amor Y-Teens 15 Senior Baud 2, Future Nurses Club 35 Clxoru: Beginning Band 15 County B 3. .A1 lnutlvl uf quiwllu'.v.v. IU Kr 'A 'g Jw Pa Zl Fu X CE l A n ' nl A 2 fs I ln' f if :lr ' i1l!l, lb' lily. i l 5, - 1 ., Darlepe Lackie- K fDarl A , Voc,A'rloN.u.fCoMmaiu 5Ft-In .15 5YiTeeus' '1, 2, sg lfbrarian 25 Hiller'Statf 3. 'Qlliwl run! brnidifzzl. l . ' n N 5, , .X JM X X s ' lil. Janice Lawrence .lan ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 History Club 2, 35 Future Nurses Club 35 Go-To-College Club 35 junior Play 35 Home Room Of- ficer 1, 2, 35 Student Council 1, 25 Class Ofhcer 25 May Day 15 Cheerleader 2, 35 Girls Chorus 1, 2. Our of our sharp c.'ln'1'1'lr'mfr'r'.r. Gerald Lightner Jerry IXCADEMIC Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Band 2, 35 Band Manager 15 Latin Club 1, 25 junior I-li-Y 1, 2. I-If mn auf-talk any -womrlzl. 50 . x , +1 3 , , Al in A . ' r Av ,.g. VW ' ACADEMIC A fling Mimi f UY- 3- - Ya S . ' ' Richard Linn Dick ' 4 A ' ACADEMIC IwII:kc " Q ',-' ' junior Hi-Y1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 35 T J s 1 , HA 1, , - 4 , I Wrestling Manager 2, 33 Base- C rus, 3, ay ay Q F ure' A ,QI ball Manager 1, 2, 3, Football gd eache ' Cl? g H' ler all I-I 13 Band 2- 1 i Ibli :ways has Il smile or , 774 4 , W'hat fwould flu' fLqr'z'sllI11gf-tra11I do fuz'ryu1z'. Q5 ll " .Q ll fwithoul Dirk? ,- ,Q Q ,. 'i ' III' , -rl I , :J L. f C ,f K ,, , I--, ' YE , L , . J fl" z Helen Littlepgfmjy Y , J,-Qiiiijle ,Jffahman Long Ronnie ,A I , Q. xy, A Q ,, ,Nh !AUlADlibllgv,.L. i . COMMERCIAI.-GENERAI. ilftltgre, lglursiigs .Cl,Il3,,l2, 3 gh 5-Qller 0 WT'?cSg-lflgbl, 2, 3jlFootlJall 1, 2, 3. ' f'Sta 43, and EI, 33 ' J 1? Q nr o rznIly's ati cfm. Y, , , , . I L l 11 . Q Lliflfll for fi: gigglf, IHIII felook fofle ' ,-SI ' w. .:... Heinz. Cf H' ' L" '3 39. " 1 -A . T: ., .... Y UW ,I ,kr I .2 N Xa I ,... W JL" , '. J' ' i ' A I , H Emellt R- Ly0l1S lfivllflffl Denny Lytle Grasshopper 'ootball 1. liirh dom Emmett like bert, girls nturkry? lzricia Gail Macre Patty VOCATIONAI.-COMMERCIAL HA 1, 23 Y-Teens 1, Z, 33 Fu- re Teachers 33 junior Achieve- entg Olfnce Girl 2. ty likes rnilkskakcs and red mn- tibles. nes Mankey Jim VOCATIONAL l1,iZ, 35 Wrestling 2, 3. -fof ,T1'inity'r future farmers. nes Martin Jim GENERAL Ienior Band 2, 3. E cap alfways find Jim rating a pm. II l 'tif l r, , e I J . . I ii l Q II 1 I 5 ti. ig, E si ,Q saw ef Eileen Martin Eileen GENERAL Hiller Staff 3. Gl'1I.Hh0pf7t?l' dor.wI'l look for Irou- blr, il finds him. Kirsten Lee Malone Kirsten ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Nlay Day lg Girls Chorus 33 Future Teach- ers Club 3g Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Go-To-College Cluh 3, Program Seller 3. BI'IIi7l.V, looks, and f5l'I'J07llllif-V. Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Go-To-College Club 3g Fu- ture Teachers Club 3g Beginning Girls Chorus lg Advanced Chor- us Zg Mixed Chorus 31 Home Room Oflicer 35 Orlice Girl 3, Substitute Majorette 3, Olympus Staff 3g May Day 1. Eilrrn has a kind 'word and a friendly .fII1iiL'f0I' 1'fur'ryonz'. Tom R. Martin Speedy Gonzalis ACADEMIC-GENERAL Mixed Chorus 2, 3.g Student Council 1, 2g Home Room Oliicer I, 2. Tom is fl happy-go-lufky guy rwiik I1 bright ffl! mr. 51 Y I M: in Bonnie .lean Mayer Boots Grinmml. Girls Chorus 1, 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 3. You 111'111'1' rn' llI'I' fwilhuut flI'l' .r111fl1'. Ilene Barbara Mazzie M VocA'rioNAr.-GENE Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Beginning G Chorus 15 Advanced Girls 2 Home Room Otlicer 35 Stu Council 35 Majorette 35 FH! junior Achievement. lllnzf ir Il ,rfwwll girl 111111 ir al-u 1'1'mly In 1111141 11 huml. A 4" i ' 1 3 -.,. ii' .iii hi I r D-11,5 .F 'il 'V Li ll' , I -A , Dave McAdams Dave '17 ,ctte Lea, Mollfce V, 3 Bette 4 ' Coamencmi, Hulk , L 3 ' L " M Coxmmz l ff Dafuw ir Il knl -who rrally liluur 111 J ,jv'Yg'l'eelis I, 2,3535 'Beginning G ' " f Iuuf. 'C?lOl'llS 2, 35 Mizced' Cl1or'usVg2g. Q 5 - if ' -f' W il eginnfing Ar'tfZ. , if ' ii1!1'lIa,J.i711 .r11i:i'l' i.r A'I'fK'lI. J" v, 1, ,i . A.. 51 V. my -V My 1, M, ' i.. Q L-fl' ffl 1 ll- Xx ' . . 5 5, li' rl, 51 Thomas McCartney Tom COMMERCIAL Tum is quirl but 1l1flUIlj'.f IlI'Illl1l1l. Linda Jean McConnell Lin COMMERCIAL FHA 1, 2, 35 Cafeteria Cluh 2, 35 Pa. State Convention 2. Lin is i7lft'l'l'Jfl'li in h1'1' 111'ti4z1ili1'.r. Edward McKinney Eddie ACADEMIC Band 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Track 2. Ed digs 11111sicfu1'1'y lllllfh. La Vada Jo McVay Jo VOCATIONA1,-Commsncml, FHA 1, 2, 35 Pa. State FHA Degree 35 State FHA Ollicer 2, 35 junior Play 35 Demonstration Team 25 Cafeteria Club 25 Home Room Officer 35 Student Council 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day 1. lo ir nice and nary to Iznofw Michael Lynn McMurdy Mike COMMERCIAL-ACADEMIC Go-To-College Cluh 35 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus Staff 3, Librari- an 25 junior Play 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 May Day lg junior Achievement. Alike ir furry bury ar you can .wax Joseph Michaleski Joe VOCATIONAL FFA 1, 2. .lo is om' of our q11i1'tz'1' l'fII.U'lJNlfl'5. 92 Virginia McClain Gil COMMERJ' Majorettc 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, May Day 15 Home Room Otli 1. .'Ill fyzzf arf 1111 Ginny fLUll1'Il lllfH't'hl'A' 151131. Thomas McGoivan T f,ilENE Tum is lllfllltljlf "LUllI'l'l' llll' fllll I Q aries W. Miller Dig ACADEMIC-CoMMERc1A1. football 15 junior Play 35 FFA5 iome Room Officer, Mixed Chor- IS 1, 2, 35 Boys Chorus 25 County Iborus5 District Chorus. I7 ir not a had fygf fnrf ix hr'.r 1 of Ihr lzrrl. irilyn Miller Mar GENERAI. -Teens 1, Z, 35 FHA 1, 2, 35 ome Room OHicer 35 Student ouncil 35 Demonstration Team 55 junior Play 35 Cafeteria Club I5 Future Nurses Club 3. ll' Iakfx I1 grrm' irzlmwsl in 1'fc'cry- bg. mmy Miller Tom , VOCATXONAL 'TFA 1, 2, 3. u'll find Tom -'Lulmrr lh1'rr".f ex- Sizanlefi Milihalfeski Stan Robert James Mihalovich Bob ' A V, "X ' v""lAGADEINLiC ACADEMIC my Football 1562, 3'5,'Egisketbail"f. -2 VVrestling 1, 2. Sf1171'.cf,fqjuoritz' rzzbjrri ir .fi5i7'11m., V 1. Bob ir quift but ll rml unit kid. X L, L t l , fbi I Yi 'VL L f , 1 ,L 7 , f Lindiweiiree Miles , Lin Roberta Miles Berisie Y' ,N i fi CdMMERciiL Coivnuuncml. , ' ., ff f Y-'I'ee'ils"1, 2,!3f'g Girls Chorus 1, 25LlVIayi,D,ay 25 Hiller, Staii 35 I-',l,unior Aqhievementg Librarian 2. X 1 liin ir Il 12'li'Il.l'Il7II rzgrtklrrirl' gal. I ci ,. ii H , I Y .1 --if .,i7Q1f2.,. G ,' fi- A 5 , 4 - .1 2-E3'.252: , A T L " .yf .1 1 I - ' ', - 3' 52: -e ,--5 ', 44.11"-5 ' .:'EEE Y ', -fin" l- . t Darla Jean Minhear Dar , .XL V . GENER.AI. a ' -4 YfTe6ns 1, 2, 3, FHA-,,1, 2, 3, May Dagy 15 Nur-ses Club 2, 35 '1f1f'7l1'- f., U 1, my ,J,.W ,-'VNL' LL Advanced Girls Chorus. 7 -' ' ,B .. JDIIP' ir 11in'Yyi"d1'1's.f1'2Pand Iolr of x.. vcvyksw f 1' , V f1l7I.:4 M J a 'Q 1 ia Patricia Minnies Patty Betty Grace Moninger Betsy COMMERCIAL ACAIJEMIC Eirls Chorus 1, 25 Advanced Firls Chorus 3. ly is 11 nraf kid and zz lol of fun. Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Ofiicer 15 Home Room Officer 1, 25 Student Coun- cil 25 May Day 15 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus 35 Substitute Majorette 35 Future Teacher Club 35 Beginners Girls Chorusg Advanced Girls Chorus 2. Bcity ir furry Ilf'li'Ul' and zz rm! 1-1,vv1'l girl. 53 ,W Y-Teens 1, 25 FHA 1, 2. B1'rt.rir's a good friend to cfvz'ry0nf'. JEIIHGS Miller Jim VOCATIONAL Transferred You oflrrz hfar Jim ray, "How nbnul il?" Martha Miller Marty GENERAL Transferred Chorus 2, 35 Librarian 25 May Day 15 Y-Teensg Hiller Staff 35 Future Nurses 2, 3. Marry ir sfwrfrf and nirf In knolw. rv -.4 w ACADEMIC Georgia Carol Mucey George ACADEMIC Class Officer 15 May Day 15 Stu- dent Council 15 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Oiiicer 35 History Club 2, 35 Go-To-College Club 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Otlicer 15 Hiller Staff 35 Olympus Staff 35 Home Room Orlicer 1, 2, 35 Student Council 15 Ollice Girl 2, 3. This hwy liiflc hm' has Il .fmilc for 1'fv1'ryo111'. David Myers Greasy ACADEMIC Senior Hi-Y 35 junior Play 3. D11411- likm cohr mm' pizza and it nlfwrzys out tn hafur Il good fimr. Harriet Myra Nelan Harriet IXCADEMIC Home Room Officer 15 May Day 15 Band 1, 25 FHA 1, 25 Cafe- teria Club 25' Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Student Council 25 Future Nurses Club 35 Advanced Girls Chorus L Thir cure Junior ix quiff, but frirmlly. Gary Newell Gary GENERAI. Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2. Gary is one of our haslavlball play- rrs fwho Iilef: .steak and 1fl1lJllI'00IIl.l'. , - Tv 5 .-.,. I Kathy Nevin Kathy Gerald Montgomery Jerry GHNIERAI. Basketball 15 Baseball 2, 35 Band 2, 3. ll'h1'11 you hfar, HY01l'l'l' rmlly ll dllllllb nur," il IIIUJI lihrly fwnuld hr' 1'o111i11g from J1'1'ry. , "LM" A L if-I , 1' I ti es , 1' -Qi J 11, JameseMoss ,sl , Jun, 1 V ,gf 5j V11'tcAIm1sMI,C .fini Ii'1!vl'A.5 Il 'liff' of miru 41','j11,tl'f, Ifglligii ingl' Big! . Buy., Uj11111luh'!1f1'.r, and fri-11rh frlfls. ,U " ' , I ' ," '. 1 , A. . . ' , A, . I, .1 ' 'V ' "4 i' ,fr ' ff' . M -1 X V I . l ' ,HJ 3 A A-I .C hi A Q- 1 I, Q May Day 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Beginning Girls Chorus 15 Advanced Girls Chor- us 2, 35 Mixed Chorus5 County Chorus 35 District Chorus 35 Go- To-College Club 35 junior Play 35 Majorette 3. Kathy is our of our .rhhrjn high slfppirlg 11I11ju1'1'lt1'.f. Ronald Newman Kon AC.uII5IuIC Football 15 Band 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Boys Chorus 1, 25 junior I-Ii-Y 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 25 History Club Z, 35 Olympus Staff 35 junior Play 35 County Chorus 3. .4 gffllf hL'1pc1', 54 4 , 1 .ldyoei Aldcne Mdntfromery 1 - I0 . , I , I A Loxumuxcr Y-Teens 15 May Day 15 FI-l 1, 25 Cafeteria 25 Home Rod Ollicer 25 Librarian 3. Tl11'r1".r 111'f1.u'1' Il 111111 lll07Ill'lll 'wi .ln Jo llfllllllll. 5 l 1 'e 'K v A I . . L-1, , t, llVielvin' Mounts BI Acfmmi Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Football Ma agen' 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 juni Hi-Y 1, 25 Oflicer 25 Histo Club 2, 35 Senior Hi-Y 35 H01 I 'Room Ollicer I, 35 Student Cou ci 3 v 1 1 Huh it our of our -'w1'1'.r!lfrs tw .rlloftcxv his ujhpo11z'n!.r lhe rviling. Richard Muncie Mu. COMMERCIAI.-GENER VVI'estling 1, Z. flllllll' 1101',flllf lihr pfoplz' io pro lhfir lim hy him. Curtis Neill. ,Q ' I Mi. VOCNIFIUNAl.-COSEHERC1 FFA 1, 2, 35 Otlicer '1,i 2. 'M Mihf har II hiy .tlnilr for 1'fwr1jy'or J Patress Ken A 1, 2, 3. . en plans to be IlfI1I'7lll'l'. illiam Augusta Paul Bill ACADEMIC ll is lifving and juxl enjoying life. oger Phillips Joe GENERAL-COMMERCIAL Wrestling lg Vis. Ed. 1, Z. a elarr get: too dull, Joe A-will -ven it up. -etty Jean Plants Jeanne ACADEMIC Ellsworth High lg Girls Chorus 2,-3, Mixed Chorus Z, 3g Latin .Club 2, 35 Go-To-College Club g Nurses Club 35 Program Sell- r 3. Eg ne 'wins a lot of friend: with ,r pleasing perzronality. VocAT1oNAi, '.?1gr.,l .. 1 Barbara .Ioan Noble Barb COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, Z, 3, Senior Band 2, 33 May Day 1. Barb is al-ways having a jolly lime. Frances Orbon Frances GENERAL Franees liar Il pleasing perronalily and rx easy Io ge! along A-with. 'x Sanford Pinsker Sandy ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, 2, 3g Football 1, 2, 3g History Club 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 County Chorus 35 District Chorus 3. He is in his glory fwhen around :harp girlx. W. VM my .V ,J Patifiga Polivdj LJ Patty K 1 JP if , ACADEMIC firlliiilice Giilrl 22139 Futures Nurses X,Ch1bj3g,1vngred Chquydihzg Girls UChqLri1s 3'i Home R'oom"OHicer 1, lays- f ' xl Pqttgii ir 'H7l'llCli'UQ' girl with an nd- fn1rl1ble'perronalily.' KJV ' li E KJ N 1. 55 Mark Opatt Opatt COMMERCIAL Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3g Football 1, 29 Junior Play 3. Mark is one of our barleellzall play- er: A-who likes :teak and girls. Martha Ostrander Marty C0Mzv1Ei1C1Ai. Latin Club 1, 2, May Day 1, Librarian 2, 3. Marty is alfwayx looking cheerful. Loyal Victor Paul Possum CoMMERciAL Baseball 2, 3. Loyal has a :mile for efveryone. Eg! ,. ' 'P ' eiflieegziullipsol 3, et . JERCIAI.. - 1' d i d ' Ii 7 Chorus 2, Wilh her plearing perronality .rhe 15 liked by 6"Ui'l'y07lI'. jx r-A' C -,X , ' s -, ,.. Q 4 lf I X K ' . A-x A A' . V V V A . ., if V 1-ab iz ..' 1 fb Loisb Riclilinond Jeanie J 'lf' COMMERCIAL ,fl L JY-Teens,2, Band 1, 2, 35 May l lvl Dgy 1. l' I," Lofghir Illlllllllfiff, IlIllA'lC'i!I7l of our vlan. Q Q f, Dbl- l l , A a M .1 v w 9 lf? H 1 1, Barbara Roberts Barb COMMERCIAL Future Teachers Club 33 FHA 25 History Club 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Hiller Staff 3. 1-1 girl who can :fully -with a xmilr. Kathleen Ponton Kathy Acfxnmllc-CoMMl4:kc1Al, FHA 1, 25 Latin Club 2, 3g Fu- ture Nurses Club 3g Go-To-Col-' lege Club 3. nllfwnyx l'llI'I'l'fIll and ix fwrll likml. Homer Pugh Iluicll Acixnmuc Hi-Y 1, 2, SQ Wrestling 1, 23 Basketball 33 Band 1, 2. l'Iumr'r is II likfablr rlmjr who rrnl- ly !1u1',fful' pizza. L I fl y l l" i. .pi 'V ,' X iron fRobeftson I Sharon ,lJohn Roche Johnny -' " 'Cqbi1K1Eg1QlAr. Acfxnlzmrc vY3'ffle'en5 1, ' fu, , l 1 junior Play 35 Hi-Y 1, 2. fl Qilfff girl "-ff'll9'9-W-V fd"-'h"l"flL .flu amiablr, all nruulm' good ffl- Ik ' ,fl 1 g lofw. if lf' A xi- ! X . 1 Joseph Romano Scooter COMMERCIAL-CQENERAI. Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Baseball 3g Home Room Officer 25 Student Council 2. Efucryonz' Mzfvirx Joz".r curly, black hair. Goldie Rosen Goldie G ENERAI. Golrlirff allways quirl, busy, and happy. 56 H I. :fl .Ioycc Postletwnilx Joye VQCATIONAI.-COMMERClAl Y-Teensll, 2, 3. Q P Q Jvyrf firm ll PlI'Il.Fl7ly .rluilf nml like l'hll'kl'II. V , l Naidine .Renz , Din H f A . GENERA Nmli1li'.fi.rf'n Qyinl yifl -with Il lax! fry' l1r4frl'0g.r rlillluqv' l'I'l'lI!lIl. ' 1 ' f Q . , , l Mary Lib Ritchey Mary Li COMMERClAl Y-Teensg FHA 1, 2, 3g Ollice lg junior Play 3g Home Roox Oflicer 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, ll 7'hr'rr"s II lol of f3l'f7 nml jollily i lllnry Lili. James Robertson Robbf Vocm'1oNA rm 1, 2. .lim ix quirl and .ri1irL'i'r'. -,f.f -'w' xx,-'1 ek A, . ,,f' X , . ,1 T11 if 1 W E' '1 lf' vfmfllfa Q XSHIEHSUUIE. 1' ,Uh volflxq, J H f 1 V'XC2rgll11ml-QERCINJJL' n'-Q?eensJ:1l'23.1Ji Q VX Q fji1'Q!j1'o.r4i1z1f',v1'1l f1:Z7lIh5- ol121a5l111'l7l- vy.l'.X-IJ ,',xl'x,jl' xx! 1,1 ,X ,, Lt!-y-J VmM 5L-ff D45 x,!! ,lf X: 4 aj N' . v 13 ff f TU m Sanders Cuzz GENERAU III if an "Arc" -wilh Il fnxtc for ale. chard Scott Scotty ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, 2g Hi-Y 1, Z, 35 History Club 2, 3g Band 1, 25 Basketball lg Olympus Staif 3g Home Room Oflicer 3g Student Council 2, 3. bury liillzf guy is Scolly. wid Seibert Dave ACADEMIC Iunior Hi-Y 1, 25 Junior Achievement. wi: fafuoritr color is blur' and u may fl'1'q1ll'71f1y hrar him my, beg your 1I11I'tl07l.U Gene Ross Gene ' VocA'rxoNA1. FFA 1, 2, 3. G'1'nr"J fair 11m'1'.xquar1', and 4LUl'll fworfh your IH'Qlll1l7If!17Il'I'. Freda Ruetschi Rich COMMERCIAL Good thing: come in .rmall pad'- agrx. 1 1-7 1 v' . 1 .5 1 LJ, , ,V -1. " .Iozily Scurfieldllf 'L 14, ' 1 N Joey 3 V' gill 3' IKCAQEMIC T1'iaQgl1elpl1iaq,l'I-Iighln 'fw'2'QVll,Cll0l'llS 3g Y-Teens"3g Qtgudentlfxffouncil 3. A cllzwry fworrl qui! achiy Jlllllll far , :lf jg H ff' vt' 1 .f in 14 1 1 , I -kj My ul' V 'VJ e1 Q 1, - 1 1 1,1 ,mf , X J f 1' , .,-' ,' ,' ' " w ' li ' l 11' 4 1 110 ffl VULLV 1 iv, ---DLA -'vig , A :Vg ' ,MarJg1areijlRoup45 ' , 'Peggy 1 4 ii' 1 51' , ,I LJXCADEMIC Y7Tee.ns' 2, V35 Future Nurses ' 3 l,Clul1g,2Q 3,13 ,of vj .ef ' .1lIf1rgl1l'el, if 11 ,1l.ikr'11h'lq1y'f1'l fwilh II rzrluly .r1nil'1'.w- V' . :exp wg! If ,S . Robert ganderg ii" I Bob 1-1 llff 1x.Qc'Apm4tcfSCcmMERc1AL .,,iL,Vi'Ev.1al' Edllicati,lizvnL"2g Mixed Chor- ,Lf us L. 1-" . Uv U V Iirgbillhhrxlzl ,15l'1'11.ql'11wQv111il1' and likes J.. "V, ll J Fifi: John Scalzi John GENERAL Football 2, 3. John has .vholwn his gl11'0fLv1'5s rm the foofball field. nll. ' ' ML 1 Adele Selvaggi Shorty ' COMMERCIAL V fl" Y-Teens 1, 25 May Day lg Stu- ' ' Q dent Council 25 Home Room Of- l A.. E ficer 1, 2, 35 Oflice Girl 2g Cheer- leader 2, 3. 1 Adflz' is a girl with II ready .vmilzr f l, ' ff and a plrfzuant fworrl. N 1 V V A - NX ' 4 ,ig-ggi. 57 Q. W A ACADEMIC Judith Lee Sickles Judie Commlskcml. Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Hiller Staff 3g F.H.A. 23 Olympus Staff 35 Home Room Officer 33 junior Play 33 May Day 2. Jnrliz- is a rral lwrmlling fan! Ethel Romaine Smith Ethel VOCATIONAL-COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, May Day 2, Future Teachers Club 3g Cafeteria Club 3. Ethel is an industrious fworlwr and a mm girl to kno-w. Thomas Smith Mouse GENEKAI. Toms interests inrluda football, fwrestlxng and cars. Elaine Snyder Elaine COMMERc1AI. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Beginning Girls Chorus lg Advanced Girls Chor- us Zg Mixed Chorus 3. Elaine speaks to efveryone. David Sensky Dave ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, 2, Hiller Staff 3. Daw' likfs .lo11r1111li.r1n, so Ilatnrally hr' is thi' lllllrl' flssoriafzr mlllor. Michael Shuba Mike ACADEMIC Football 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 23 VVrestling 1, Track 1. lllikv oflrn -wi.vh1'.r Ibn! the T.l'. shofw "The Millionaire" fwuzzlrl I'h00.H' him as Il .rubjm'l. , .- I ,ijt-:MQTM , , it 'wk L " L 4 1 5 1e-' as l .if "1 Ronald Snee Ronnie Latin Club 1, 2, 35 History Club 2, 39 Senior Hi-Y 35 Wrestling 3. Ronnie, like many, enjoys rating shrimp and his fIl1l0l'ifl' color is blur. Jerry Lee Snyder Spike GENERAL Jerry enjoys drifving mrs . . . oilzfr p1'oplc's ihat ls. 58 . 11' l - , VW --f 1 "lr 1- ' ,L 1' ' 1 . ll , A V MJ! 7' ,Ill 'Jltdl F11 ,, . ,, f ,N . 4 . A . ,, '1 fly., , I,-f' r Peggy Louise, ghrontz lfeg LJ P, r I Comruekci 'IY-'Teens 1, 2, Sgflieginning 'Chorukfgf Advanced ,Girls Chbrr ' 2, 3I,yMay' Qay 1., - Prgyy .is riffl-z2r'ryx.-fzirn girl lo kno and hug gig? sum'-ishzg fwill bcia go srorvmry. ' A ,U , Q John E. Sickles lm- GENER. Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball Home Room Ollicer 2. HH' flllflll' hrard tha! Jac'k's ifu mam lill1'rr'.ris arf mrs and girls. Howard Clarke Sims HowaL VocATIoNl FFA 1, 2, 3g Senior Hi-Y. Il0flL'1ll'li fnjoys vafiny rln'1'l'y 11 fwlnrli may wxplaiu 1-why his fasvor color is bright rfrl. Janet Elizabeth Smith- Jr VOCATIONAI.-COMMERCIl Withdrew Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Fl-IA 1, 2, Hi ler Statl: 3. .lan is ll fun lowing gal. Talbert Lindy ACADEIv1lC lFuture Teachers Club 33 Go-To- College Club 35 Latin Club 2, 35 History Club 2, 35 Junior Play 3g May Day 25 Y-Teens 35 Pro- lgram Seller 35 Olympus Staff 3. hm you gf! to knofw Lindy, thorn' 1't any belief. oris Ann Teegarden Doris ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 35 Beginning Girls Chorus 1g Advanced Girls Chor- us 2, 3. in-rful and fwilling. 'live Thomas Olive COMMERCIAI. Y-Teens 3. -wry quiet girl. I Imes Tommasin Jim ACADEMIC m rn-ally goes for baseball, rock Id roll music and cars. K fr" ff' if W2 I II 51,1 l" .lf ln I' , I J U . Xiu lv ly XV ',.: , . W - I -. 5- , lf' I In -if ' 'f I Y Cigfimle gglewvagf V pil' Carole Sul? 9 3 'IJ' ' " ACAllliM1C F' Q Y-TeeIIQH1,"2, 33 Girls Clidgifus 15 lg1i'xtf:d:l4f'2ChcIrLIis'. 2, 35 :Student '0UnCl L . - I ' ' I Ilml'C'z11'ql1il'is knoizvn fliijqlhcrz J'-'LUI't'f dis- 'lflfoiritlool and school spirit nl ppp a1vV.ffr111bli1'.r and garnrs. Joyce Stone Rookie ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Future Nurses Club 33 Home Room Oflicer 1, 2. Joyce is ll furry popular girl fwlzo hrllws in brcome zz nurse somrdzly. f v gt- ----wr-5-7 - gh if -. L lv l E fi gi? ' . 4.3, ,A 'A '..: ,, .if -- ,, 1 . , My fi, . M' X! 'S 1 IFE- is .. 4 f Ellsworth Toland Ellsworth COMMERCIAL Nor :amz furry much. Edward Twardy xXCADEMIC Band 1, 2, 3g Track 2. Hi.r clarivmt addr a lerrifc note of C'0llI7Ilt'7lf to the band. ,f,., 59 x. Nancy Stickle Speedy COMMERCIAL Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3g FHA 1. U7ltll'I'JfIl7lIll7lg is llrr byfword. Jack Swenderman Swemly ACADEMIC Latin Club 1, Zg History Club 2, 39 Senior Hi-Y 3g Chorus lg Baseball Zg Boys Chorus 2g Hill- er Staff 3. .lark is ll "Casual" kind of boy. .i 'i I jIL5'LlLl gil-Nlf Jbhii'TimothyeTau' ,. Tim L, ZJACAIREQJIAIZC-COM M ERCIAP, 1,' 2, Sfjfbjunior Qfilifyd xi 'Tim fLgqi4lr1Ilikc.zQgl'l41'7e4' lzlohil Hd- lIll7Ill4?f7'l1ll0ZI af Prim Slllfff 'I fl-' ' I' X' I , f 4 .Y , 'il ,J JI- 'Lk Harriet Thomas Q", I, ,., Harriet al' ACIIDLEMIC-'CDMMERCIAL -'j.fVLaCtin Clubzllg 23 X1-Tyee-ns 1, 2, T135 Qfliie Girl Zu-3g'May Day Ig Girls Cl1O1'2l'l'S314'2? Future Teach- ' ers Clubt3.xf' Ifllflzlff, fwe are Jurv, 'will be a suc- r'1'.r.v nz muhrzfcwcz' she Hffflllpfi. I Eug'ene Vezie Breezy VocATIoNAI. Football 2, 35 FFA 1, 2, 3. A fun-lofuirlg frirvm' lo Mzrryorm. ,ffl In 1. L ,Co-i' ' W" ,- 7 A Carol Watson Carol ACADEMIC Home Room Ollicer 1, 2, 35 Stu- dent Council 1, 35 Latin Club 1, Z, 35 Officer 35 Band 25 Future Nurses Club 35 Go-To-College Club 35 Olympus Staff 35 Pro- gram Seller 35 History Club 2, 3. That frinrdly hello, that plramnl xrnila, arf all I1 part of fhi: girl'x fwondrrful prrsonality. Donna Weaver Donna ACADEMIC Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Officer 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Home Room Oflicer 25 Beginning Girls Chorus 15 Ad- vanced Girls Chorus 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 3. .4 full' Iittlz' prrlly-1'yr'd blonrlr. Carol Lea Whipple Carol COMMERCIAI. Carol alfway: grafts you fwilll "Ili TllI'l'l'U and I1 -'wizzning .vmil1'. C I N l.-'a,"nIf53C' QQL 7111-"""t' Zi .-,j'f' Q? - Dominic Vajentic Vcge Mona Lee Wheeler Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 C 35 Girls Chorus 1. Look for ll'107llI 'wllfll hrlfur .l'0llll'f1l7l. Kenneth White Visual Education Room Officer 3. Quirt, buf qultr Iliff. ACAIJEMIC-CoM:uIiIICIAI, Home Room Oflicer 1, 35 Student Council I, 25 Mixed Chorus 25 May Day 25 Class Oflicer 25 l-li-Y 3. l'fy1' Ilona' Ihr' Junior Class ll !ll'I'!lf fafvar by bring Il ll11'lllbl'l'. Nancy Verner Nancy COM M Islxcml. Hiller Stall: 35 Ollice Girl 2. Pr:-ily, pflllr arm' pfrf. f. Fr.. ,Q 5 WL U .41 C i -.1 1 l l all S Mona GENIIRAI. afeteria Club you fwani I0 Ken ACADEMIC 2, 35 Home 60 Bob Vzmlcirk Vanki GENER Band 1. llalrfvy Gu l.1H'l'y. Janice Vester J ACAIJIIMlc-Coxumelicl Y-'lfeens 1, 2, 35 May Day Beginning Chorus 25 Girls Cho ns 3. jlh Boy! ll'1"rr all glad fwf kno lI'l'. John Voytek Bear! Comlulakcmr.-GENER Baseball l, 2, 35 Basketball 1, BI'1lIlJ' is ll siiorly frllnfw lwlm ye' lll'fl1l7lll. Wayne Waycholf Coll' Coil AIERCI Cuffrf, who lofvzxr Clzivl.-enbIu'ym' nlxn lofvfx Ihr mlm' ff0'LUdl'I' blur. gg i'-'jf i g h H l HHN il I onald Stevens Worth Worthless ACADEMIC Band 1, Z, 3, junior High Dis- trict Band 1, Latin Club 1, 2, History Club 2, 3, junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Future Teachers Club 3, jun- ior Play 3. J0I'fll1l'J'5' is a fwortll-y adfuantagc the Junior Clair. xhn Yauch John ACADEMIC Football 1, 2, 3, Track Zg Wrest- ling 33 Latin Club 1, 2, History Club 2, 33 Visual Education 2, Home Room Oflicer 3, Student Council 33 Olympus Staff 3. ahn'.r a fwhiz at anything ho cn- vuntars. reddie ,xYocum F dw Fred -C. Nix I Lgl' VocA'r1oNA1. QFFAV1, zgsjlyvis Ed. 2, ag Be- ginning, -iums 3. rc'd,i11Jii'iL"p1'0bably be ana of our mira' fiil'1r1crs. , Q' -.ul ' 1, V in D X' A ' , Q BeveTly,. Williams r Bev 4 if G .3 i LK" ACADEMIC MY'-Teens 1, 2,55 Ofhcer 2, 3, 'A Latinf' Club,112, 33 Oliicer 33 Fu- ture' Teadhe ls C u -,Sg- Go-To- Colleg ClubJ3g ' ory Club 2, 33 Oililfi' 3g Class Oflicer 25 jun- ior Play 33 Student Council 1, Home Room Oflicer 1, 33 May Day lg Olympus Stal? 3, Pro- gram Seller 3. A 'ZU07IfiI'l'flli and rarvly found por- Jcnality. Duane Winnett Duane ACADEMIC Band 1, 23 Chorus lg junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3. Hz' lofvfr to my, "You'a' bftiar 111'- limzr it." 61 Daisy Wilson Daisy Com MERCIAI. Tranferred. Qaisy is Ihr kind of person you like right afway. J' .' C ,pff ',f,.fv!, ,, 'f wif' fr. Sally wyisbf . .s'a1iy,'M- .' 4 I!,f"Joi'l,. ff My V y ,f Ii"C19MmL1rf:1Ar. . ,H 9771,-F.Ee9s,,'.11: Kzf 3,4 . ' Llillg T'Il,,9,lZ7', b1ll,b'l?I al lu-arf. L 1 L I Susan Wright Sue ACADEMIC FHA 1, Latin Club 1, 2g History Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Pro- gram Seller 3g Go-To-College Club 3, junior Play 3, Office Girl 33 Future Teachers Club 3, Olympus Staff 3. IfIf'c'1'f not joking -whrn we say Sur is om- of the nifnt girls around. James William Yeager Yeager CoMMERcxA1, .-Ilfways on hand for a good laugh. Jeffrey Young Jeff GENERAL ll doz'sn't pay for Joj: to 'wish thc ball 'would ring. THOSE FOR WHOM WE HAVE N0 PICTURES Freda Ashmore Freda Coxmukcml. vvlthdrew Ronald Locy Ronnie Frlrmlly and ffm. N UHNERAI. Vocational Ag. 1, 2, 3. "Ro1111ir' likrs yirlx in rm! .vfwr'aI- John A. Johnson ws." I"enderBender VOCATIONAI, Ag. 1, 2, 3. "NH l'idffff1', Diff' T"fH'J'-'H JMU Richard McComus lficlz likes slrnk. GENERAL Hamlin High 1, 25 Football 1, 23 John Pettit Jack -Bflfkffflwll 1- 2- I GENERAL Rzvll lx lull znnl 11J1'ry lllL'L'. lark ix quiet but f1'iz'11dly. 62 Robert, Sillllllk Bob GENIQRAI. 1ioh'.r ulfwayx ldllflflillfl rar fonlingf mul 5lIllIl'flllll'.Y xlmlylllyf. Charles Stephens Chuck ACADMHC-ComMukcml, ll"f fl.L'f1lllLl likr lu jrrmlirr limi Clzzzfk fwfll bI'l'lIIIII' Ihr' rllllhw' of .l'l'fUl'l'Ill bzxrl .1'I'Hl'l'.Y. John QIHNERAI, .I ohu Wolfe Foorlwull I, 2. Url nul uf flu' arauml. 'lL'Ily "LCfI1'lI Jnlll1's 63 SUPHUMUHE CLASS 0 195 " ri CHESTER Mosnzn X President iii 'Hs TOM DUNN ' -.Q I SOPHOMORE CLASS Qui' Sophomore year at Trinity proved to be much more delightful than our lirst. As the strangeness of high school had worn off, we were quite happy to find ourselves readily accepted into the Trinity family. Wlith the success experienced at our Record Hops after the Trinity- Chartiers basketball game and Trinity-W'ash Hi wrestling match, and the selling of Trinity jewelry in the fall, we look upon our second year with a great degree of satisfaction. Our main spring events, a Skating Party at the Arena and a Class Party at the school, brought the year to an enjoyable close. The following were elected to serve as oflicers for 1957-58: President ...... Chester Mosier Vice President ......... Tom Dunn Secretary ..... Darlene Molinaro Treasurer .. ...... Catherine Alberta Advisors .... .... 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"3- 1 -'j, -1 1 1 '., . 1 1. , -.'z . " ':": ' .., j : .t',' : , 1 zj, ' ' j, fi' " ' , '1 1, " . J ' -', . . ' R -1.':-: Ii 1' . 'f " -' B'l, H". h' , 'l1":,', J 'u,', ' '.' Ml' .' DH- -y, R. I Il 1'I. 'zlk ', f : ' 4 . . . .411 , '. 1, "J . - 1 "1 ' A '14, 1 '1': ' rr, 'I 'H' 1' ' : 1 ', D ' .j V '.,.,'-1 , ' 1: ' ' -, 1 ':, -' ' 1: P'-j, , ' hf I I FHESHMAN CLASS GARY JOHNSON President -,ng THOMAS SNEE Vice President CLASS HISTORY The Class of 1961 enrolled in September as one of the largest in history of Trinity. Greeted by the usual Freshman initiation, they immediately came full hedged members of the Trinity student body. The class, active one all year, sponsored dances and successfully completed as of its projects the sale of everyday greeting cards. The climax of year was the class party, which was held in the spring. 195 Q the be- an one the The members of the Freshman class are eagerly looking forward to three more enjoyable years at Trinity. The ofiicers and advisors of the class are: President ...... .. Gary Johnson Vice President ......... Tom Snee Secretary ...... ........ B etty Vajentic Treasurer .... .......... M argaret Carter Advisors .... .... M iss Beverly J. Dunn Mr. John Syrek BETTY VAJENTIC Secretary MARGARET CARTER Treasurer Row On D'mIev, Stocksd1le, Thomas, Olxnger, Foglm, Wuldle, N Dean, M Caxtel, bpnnglel, Chehuun, Stellamtu, Cllne, Molton, Kellew, Zclt, bX1ll'I, johnmn Blank, Ovelmn, Hlll Rn.L 'Inu Lowther, Clnkel, 1'm:L, D:-emQ, Mulnwlch, Keir, Alml, Mmm, Olnum june: G-unez, Mcim, H'n1xngmn, P1ul, J Fmzee, Snel, Dnlnchn Jlcubm, Hull Cmufmll, FIIDVIC7, Rlcld Ill r ovvus, Nlllllglllll, Chun, M xngln, l'lllxLN N C11 Ll, Cn L1 umm bpllllll S l31uL nu Rig s, Jlflllnllh b F1 xznc, l Lu, L npp, R Annu Vllllnmm, Fnungu, Hgnnxcl. Vlfllson Kclvlngumn, llurluk Rua. 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" ' l ALUMNI NEWS 1958 Milford "Mitzi" Chambers Anxnthony Toniazin President Vice President Marjorie Ewart McWhorter Secretary Herbert Dunn Treasurer NEWS OF THE GRADUATES Let us turn back the hands of time to the Alumni Dance of April 27, 1957. In the course of the evening the following oflicers were elected: President ....... ..... M ilford "Mitzi" Chambers Vice President .... ............ A nthony Tomazin Secretary ...... .... M arjorie Ewart McWhorter Treasurer ................................. Herbert Dunn During the summer and fall of nineteen fifty-seven, several Classes held reunions. In July the Class of Nineteen Twenty-Seven held its Thirty- nrst reunion at the Nlansion House, Old Concord. The Class of Nine- teen Thirty Three holds 21 special record for making the reunion an an- nual event. Other classes getting together this summer were those of Nine- teen Forty-Two, Nineteen Forty-Seven, and Nineteen Fifty-Two. 68 At special meetings, plans were made for the annual Alumni Dance on April 26, 1958. As is customary, the graduating class was invited and welcomed to the dance. They too, in a few short weeks, were to become the Alumni of Trinity High School. Johnny Cimino, a Trinity High School graduate, and his orchestra furnished the music for the round and square dance. W7ith special entertainment at intermission, the entire evening was enjoyed by the Alumni and their friends. Let us take a moment and look back at the Seniors of Nineteen Fifty- Seven. Various occupations have separated the class. A very large per- centage of the students have entered college and are furthering their chosen careers. Many of the boys have made outstanding records in the field of sports. A number of the girls have entered nurses training, while a large number of the young men have been attracted to the various branch- es of the armed forces. All in all Trinity can be and is proud of its Alumni. 69 '57 Q- Visitors from outer space? Of course notl These are the "Sputniks". Herb llloore, Ted Day, Joe Hagan, Skip Henry, the boys at Trinity who really VVho is the large group of girls? XfVhy Hillerettes of course! They are seen l waiting for their turn to Come in the sembly. 'U' suis? 'vii' iff sing up a storm. 34? This is lVIr. Norman Allison, Dean of Students at Trinity. He is probably giving one of his famous "pep" talks at a football assembly. Who will ever for- get the times that llflr. Clark and N112 Allison turned cheerleaders? Q Q- Kleenex anyone? "Trinity forever" . . . this is what you would have heard if you could have been there. Where? . . . the last football assembly of the 1957-1958 season. Donnie Lemley, President of Senior Hi-Y, is shown here leading the student body in Devotions. This is one of our more serious assemblies, the Christmas Assembly. 9' SSEMBL 7a eadew One of the five lucky girls nominated for Nlay Queen, Carol Berman is seen here parad- ing around the gym. This is one of the most beautiful assemblies of the year. Q This is noon after an assembly. YVho are they? WI13' some of our Senior boys of course. WVonder if they will remember this ten years from now? Q IES '58 Q Poor -I. D.! Those garden clippers in Dick Linn's hands don't look like the usual barber- ing equipment. Nlaybe Tom Bell, John Roche, or Rflary Lib Ritchey will help him. Q Where is Nlary Lib Ritchey going with her little red wagon and big metal pan? lf you saw the Junior Class Play of '58 you would know that this comes in mighty handy in saving J. D. later on. May Day af TRINITY ' r May Oueen, BARBARA MIKLIC Plctured top rlght Nlay Queen and her Court center Queen B'1rb'1r'1 Nlxkhe left to rlght Honor Attenddnt B'1rb'1ra Gantz lVI'11dS of Honor Joyce H'1nn1 C'1ro1 Berman Honor Attendant Irene Apiche SPIRITS Pictured bottom rlght Spmts CFITSI rowj Sp1r1t of Trmxtv Darlene Manoir Spmt of Be'1utv Andre COHSldlnC Second row Splrlt of Persomhty 'mice Henry Splrlt of Wlsdom ohanni Turlch Splflt of P0156 o'1nne Kuzy Splrlt of Frxendhness Frances M1nc1na Spmt of Lox 'llty Nancy H'1rr1s 74 t t t W t t t t - w ISI 'g .C J ... -C P 5 1' , :e,c S , 4 , 1 - .9 4 1 .,, .C D , ,L v - wJ " I yJ'- - 1 . .' .. I . , I , -K, 1 c I, -mf , 1 -1.5 K .T 1 A I 1 F x P ,xi W fl' kal- -.. 3 G SFF? 1I Q gf :fi - H If Vg Q Q., lA,x E we X W I We x E . N K9 ie 6 iw kt ,rs 75 an sn " ,. . ,X yu Mm 1.1 s ,,,:,..f hx. , , N .N . w' 5' 7' An- I ' P " ' ' 'F' ,J"N:ig'?- :- 9' 15" : f' : "' F , f' A,-Q . . V A gk- f , , : f.. - A w ,, ' .Q fnegfi fig4.5,e?LQ ,. ,fa Ig- ' Q' . 4' .ZA ' ' --M91 , -'4..w 7'. . - ,-Sf--1"'igEl5f-:P"e"'-Q 'QTL' F , ' I 'w Al' '1 , L 1 'I' W ' L fl JK X s 3 xx . U .1 fs W .IN If ' 5 l g? 4 'Q .1 5 ' ' I H? ' 9 Ry. ' X 4 ,- 5 1 l Y p l r I 'v , K i . tx ,. . B, E E. A K P V U I i nififf: -lv' - A.. A- .: 4 'ffm X i sh 1 gi in , g ' :ai , I 'U I ' x I' - --Q --xiii .J? ' X2 '27 '1 L f ' ,. ' ,- QB A-4. -' ff' ' ,Z U 1 ' 95- U May Day 1957 A .. . X, Q I zrfffx e 1 I l I Lili i" I OLYMPUS Er1'flar.' Carol Montgomery A.v.vi.vla1zt Editor: Georgia Mucey Bzlsirzfxs Ilfdllll-Ul'l'.' Joan Elliott Pfriurn Editor.f.' Geraldine Koskey, Beverly Williams. fllumnii Irene Apache, Judith Sickles. Cirrulation: Gerda Kamper, Michael McMurdy. Senior Editorial Staff: Robert Donaldson, Sophie Kanzius, Kenneth Lawrence, Darlene Man- on, Barbara McCrerey, JoAnn Ray, David Strawn. Junior Editorial Staff: John Dennis, Wilbert Donaldson, Robert Ellenherger, Janice Guth- rie, Eileen Martin, David Moses, Richard Scott, Lynn Talhert, VVright, John Yauch. Carol Watson, Susan Spnris: Edgar Agnew, Norman Morris, Frank- lin Moss. STAFF Arr: Donald Smiley. Typi.rt.r.' William Bradley, Barbara Miklic, Barbara Swaintek, Eleanor Vankirk. FACULTY Stay? fIdfvi.mr.f.' Miss Jennie Ferralli, Mr. Cleon Hallam. Trz'a:urm'.' Mr. Paul Sedlak. Hd-v1'rli.fi11g.' Mrs. Rex Allison. Alumni: Mr. Howard Wilson. Typing: Mrs. Paul Huffman. Srniar Clary fIdQ1i.so1's.' Mrs. Edward Spriggs, Mr. Henry Reihner. Junior Clary Ad41i.for,r.' Miss Ruth Myers, Mr. Paul Sedlak. ADVERTISING STAFF Carol Berman Alfred Braden David Bryant Ted Day Judith Dean Chris Decker Ann Dunn 77 Charles Dunn Bethany Fleming Nancy Haney Joanne Kuzy James Linn Betty Moninger Ronald Newman Joseph Plany Joel Siegel Martha Tarbuck Richard Thomas Johanna Turich Deanna Walker STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is composed of two representatives from each home room. They are the President and the Student Council Representa- tive. The principal and the otlicers elected from the Student Council hold meetings with the members to discuss items of interest to the students. The Student Council aims to promote the welfare of the student body and to foster better school spirit. The Student Council sets goals for school improvement and through the Nlagazine Campaign the student body raises money to help achieve these aims. ln past years they have purchased such items as the stage piano, the fan in the gymnasium, a record player, and a new school ban- ner. This year the Student Council contributed funds for a new public address system in the gymnasium. The money which was left over from the public address system was set aside to buy records. The otlicers serving during the 1957-58 year were: President ...... . .. . .. . . ........ Joseph Kern Vice President Kenneth Lawrence Secretary ..... Chiquita Kelley Treasurer ...... ........ . Iohn Yaueh Faculty Advisor .... Mr. James Clark 78 THE OFFICE GIRLS Thirteen girls are selected as office girls to aid the administrative stall of Trinity High School. These girls take telephone calls, act as messengers, and perform countless other tasks. They are always ready and willing to do their part in keeping the oilice running smoothly. Serving as ofhce girls this year were: ,lean Bowman Cathy Dague Joyce Fischer Kaye Gans lfiileen Nlartin Barbara lVlcCrcrey Georgia Mucey Patty Polan Jo Ann Ray Clara Ricker Alice Thomas Harriet Thomas Susan Wfright 79 SENIOR HI-Y The Senior Hi-Y, an organization afliliated with the Y. Nl. C. A., is open to any Junior or Senior boy who meets the standards. The organi- zation meeting in September was followed by a business meeting each month. The highlight of the season was a Recovery Dance after semester finals, in January. The Hi-Y Conference was held in Harrisburg this year. Thomas Bell, Ted Day, Joseph Hagan, Park Henry, James Linn, Herbert MOO1'C, and James Olcott were the members selected to attend. The club officers were as follows: President ...,. . Donald Lemley Vice President Daryl Kelvington Secretary ..... ..... J ames Linn Treasurer ..... ...... J oseph Hagan Faculty Advisor . . . . . . . Mr. Earl Murphy JUNIOR HI-Y L-'mlsnmtv The purpose of the Junior Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian Chai aeter. It is affiliated with the national Y. Nl. C. A. At a reorganization meeting held in September, the eight Sophomore members voted to extend invitations to any interested Freshmen Twenty-four students accepted the invitation and during Oetobel weic initiated into the organization. The following oflicers were elected: President ...... Vice President . . . Secretary ..... Treasurer ....... . Faculty Advisor .... .... 81 Melvin Hayes Robert Ringer David Anderson . . . . .. Russell Ford Mr. Elwood Weaver sENloR Y-TEENS The Senior Y-Teens, which is affiliated with the Y. XV. C. A., is open to all Senior girls. This year there were eighty members in the club. Among the activities for the year were the Candlelight Service, the Christmas Dance, the Sweetheart Formal, the lVlay Day Pageant, and a picnic at VVashington Park. Carol Berman reigned as queen at the Christ- mas Dance. The Senior candidate for the Sweetheart Formal was Nlargie Miles. This year's oflicers were: President ........ Joan Elliott Vice President .... Linda Kendall Secretary ...... Ruth Ann Crile Treasurer ......... Arlene Greco Program Chairman ....... Janice Henry Faculty Advisor .... Miss Dorothy Sten 82 JUNIOR Y-TEENS The Junior Y-Teens, an afiiliate of the Y. XV. C. A., is open to any Junior girl. This year, the club consisted of ninety members. At the meetings, held on the third Monday of each month, the pro- grams were varied and many. Together with all Y-Teens, the Juniors took part in the Candlelight Service, the Christmas Dance, the Sweetheart Formal and the Easter Assembly. The Junior Y-Teens were well re- presented at the Silver and Blue lvonderland Dance by Joyce Guthrie. Betty Jo Cross, their candidate for the Sweetheart Formal, reigned as Queen. The otlicers for the year were: President ..................,.... .. Beverly Williams Vice President Joyce Kelvington Secretary .......... .......... J udy Fox Treasurer ........... Mary Lib Ritchey Program Chairman .... ..... D onna Weaver Faculty Advisor ..... .... M iss Marie Alexy S3 SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS The Sophomore Y-Teens is an organization afliliated with the Y. YV. C. A., and is open to all Sophomore girls in Trinity High School. Among the highlights of the year were the annual initiation of the Freshman Y-Teens, the Hanging of the Greens, the Christmas Dance, the Sweetheart Dance, and the May Day Pageant. The Sophomore Y-Teens chose Rebecca Lodge as their candidate for the Christmas Dance and Gaynelle Mosiei' as their candidate for the Sweetheart Formal. The officers of the club Were: President ...... Vice President Secretary ..,. Treasurer ....,..... Program Chairman Faculty Advisor .... Dorothy Salat Linda Bell . . . . . . Patty Doak Kathleen Reynolds Patty McGrew Miss Jean Jackson FRESHMAN Y-TEENS The ninth grade Y-Teens is aHiliated with the Y. YV. C. A. The club, open to all freshman girls, this year had a membership of approximately one hundred thirty girls. Among the activities of the year were the Christmas Dance, the Sweetheart Formal, and the participation in the Nlay Day Pageant. The meetings each month featured movies, speakers, discussions, bowling, basketball, and dancing. Kathy Sams was chosen by the Freshman Y-Teens as their candidate for Queen at the Christmas Dance and Jean Kubovcik as the Sweetheart candidate for the Sweetheart Formal. The ofiicers of the club were: President .................... .... I 'eggy Hopkins Vice President .... ..... D anise Barr Secretary ..... .... J o Ann Morton Treasurer .......... .... S usan Swart' Program Chairman ....... Shirley Jubas Faculty Advisors .... ...... M iss Beverly Dunn Miss Barbara Primozic 85 FUTURE NURSES CLUB The purpose of the Future Nurses Club is to familiarize the students with the requirements necessary for the various schools of nursing. Eligible for membership are Junior and Senior girls who maintain a "C" or above average with an interest in nursing. The program of the club this year included a trip to Pittsburgh with tours through Nlontifore and Presbyterian Hospitals, KDKA-TV Studios, and the Flower Show at Phipps Conservatory. The Future Nurses Club and the Librarians held a picnic at lVashington Park. The following girls assisted lVIrs. lVlorton, the school nurse, in her oHice: Brenda Blank Arlene Greco Carol Cole Frances Mancina Judy Dean Kathleen Ponton The olliccrs for nineteen fifty-eight were: President ...... Carol Montgomery Vice President Janice Lawrence Secretary ,,.,, Carol Berman S6 FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB The E. Vaughn Ross Future Teachers' Club of Trinity is a newly organized club. It is named for one of Trinity's former principals who was an inspiration to the students, and who in their opinion possessed the finest qualities to be found in a teacher. Junior and Senior boys and girls who have maintained a "C" average and are interested in the teaching profession are eligible to join. One of the regular projects is to provide "teacher-aids" for all teach- ers who desire to co-operate in acquainting students with the various duties included in teaching. The club members also participated in various acti- vities within the school and at the county level. The ofiicers were as follows: President .................... Richard Comstock Vice President William Bradley Secretary .......... Linda Cooper Treasurer ............ Frances Bochek Program Chairman .... William Bradley Historian ............. ........ N ancy Haines Faculty Advisors .... Mrs. Robert Smith Mr. George Morrison Mr. Paul Sedlak 87 SENIOR CLASS PLAY Punt the Town Plnk , 21 tll1CC 'lct comedy by Anne Coulten Nlaltc , was plesented bv the Senlor class on lxflillflll 28 1958 The pl ly dnected by MISS Bevelly Dunn, takes place Ill the prmclpal s office of Nlflnsheld High School TLIIHWDOLIY Day '1 day whereby the leachels 'md puplls tmde places ton the day brlngs about many, many problems NVl11Cl'1 eventually wolk out to 1 very ple lsfmt endmg PHE M1 Clarke Park Henry Sally Renwick Johanna 'lurleh Rem Tyler Bradley Llghtner Christy Smith Carol Berman Loretta Deanna Walker June Barbara Mlkllc Ruthze Nancy Haney Louise Judy Dean Herb Herbert Moore Nan Mary Lou Petroslxy Warren Fred Kopp Mrs Lawton Barbara Gantz Kose Regan Darlene Manon Mr Kessler Rleh 1rd Comstock CAST Wznme Page Myra Levato Johnson Melvm Mounts Al Donald Smlley Mrs Ramsey Cathy Dague Moran Paul Henderson Hank Joseph Hagan Joe Charles Spencer Clnef Foster James Platt Mayor Langford Robert Donaldson Student Director Norman Morrls Stage Managers Joan Elliott Janlce Henry Prompters Chlqulta Kelley Martha Tarbuck 86 as ,' ' vs ,, , . 4 L 4 ,4 'l'1S 'L I , c I L.. .Q - . . . . , c , I c L ' ' nc - sv x L . c c y L L ' ' ' L V 'K ' ' c , m c L - Q ' .1 - - .- ' c c c . r .l . , , . . , .I . Q 1 1 ' 1 1 . . , . ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 A 1 ' 1 , -, . . 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 I 1 , . , 2 ' ' 3 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "Teen Time", a comedy in three acts by Anne Coulten Nlartens was presented on November 10, by the Junior class under the direction of Miss Beverly Dunn. It was concerned with the trials and tribulations of a group of typical teenagers who are anxious to open a "Teen Haven", but meet opposition along the way. As is usually the case, however, the play has a happy end- ing. THE CAST Babe, Mary Lib Ritchey Tiny, Richard Linn Wendy, Ann Dunn Mrs. Nash, Beverly Williams Mr. Meade, Donald Worth Gus, Mark Opatt Mrs. Meade, Kathy Knestrick Nona Ayers, Marlene Courson Tim, J. D. Frazee "Extras", Ruthann Glosky, Janice Laight, Milligan, Robert Houston Michael McMurdy, LaVada Jo McVay, Darby, Tom Bell Marilyn Miller, Dave Myers, Harley, Ronald Newman Shirley Rockwell, Judy Sickles, Marietta, Carol Holmes Susan Wright. Miss Denning, Carol Kopenshek Prompters, Marquita Kelley, Janice Lawrence Gay, Kathleen Nevin Stage Manager, Lynn Talbert Wilbur, John Roche Student Director, Charles Miller 589 GO-TO-COLLEGE CLUB This club, dedicated to the purpose of helping the members make wise decisions concerning colleges and professions, has long been one of the outstanding clubs at Trinity. 'I . Membership in the Go-To-College Club is open to any Junior or Senior girl who has maintained a "B" average and is enrolled in the aca- demic course. During the past year meetings featured speakers from many nearby colleges. In the spring, the club visited several of these colleges. Each year the club conducts a candy sale at Christmas time, sells pro- grams at the football games, and sponsors a dance in the spring. Other events included the initiation party for the new members in the fall and the banquet honoring the Senior members in the spring. Officers of the club this year were as follows: President ....... .... C arol Montgomery Vice President .... Carol Schweinebraten Secretary ...... ......... J oan Elliott Treasurer ........... Johanna Turich Program Chairman ..... Carol Berman Faculty Advisor .... Miss Beverly Dunn 90 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS The Library Assistants Club is a service club composed of thirty Sophomore, Junior, and Senior girls, who serve one period a day in the library. Each girl has various duties to perform in order to keep her title as Librarian. The girls also receive library science instruction from their advisor, Miss lVIartha E. lyloninger, the school librarian. Every period of the day the students use the library for reference or recreational reading. In addition to the book collection, twenty-five dif- ferent magazines and two daily newspapers are available. In November, the Library Assistants, with their advisor, enjoyed an educational tour of Pittsburgh. Their itinerary included tours of KDKA- TV and radio studios, Carnegie Nluseum, and Carnegie Library. In December, the Librarians exchanged gifts at a Christmas party held in the library. The officers elected for the 1957-58 school year Were: President ........ Mary Lou Petrosky Vice President .... ..... I Cathy Knestrick Secretary ...... .... C arolyn Ackerman Treasurer Gaynelle Mosier i 9 1 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 during the second semester of their Junior year. The students are assigned as secretaries to the faculty members at the beginning of their Senior year as a prepartory step for an office position. This gives them the opportunity to apply classroom instruction to practical situations. The Seniors held a Halloween party at the home of Carol Slavikosky in October. The Juniors were entertained by the Senior members of the club at an invitation party in Nlarch. The Juniors honored the Seniors at a banquet in May. The officers: President ....... Barbara Miklic Vice President Martha Tarbuck Secretary ....... ..... B arbara Swaintek Treasurer ......... ........ L ouise Nyswaner Faculty Advisors ...... Mrs. Paul L. Huffman Mrs. James L. McCullough 92 5 Us THE HILLER This year the Hiller stali has tried very hard to make the paper inter csting to the student body, since the school newspaper plays such an im portant part in reporting the news of school affairs to the student body. The staff consisted of twenty-one Juniors and Nliss Ruth lVlyers, the advisor. The staff appreciates the line cooperation and support of everyone who contributed to the publication of the Hiller. The staff is composed of: Editor ..................... Associate Editor .,...... Feature Editor ............ . . . Associate Feature Editor Sports Editor ........... Sports Reporters ........ . . . Society Editor .......... Associate Society Editors ..... Robert Fonner Kathy Knestri Art Editor .............. Music Editors ...... Exchange Editor .... . . . Darlene La Fashion Editor .............. .... Business Manager ...... Assistant Business Manager .... Advertising Manager .... Assistant Advertising Manager ...... . . ....... . . Circulation Manager ............ ........ ...... Reporters ........... J. D. Frazee, Judy Sickl 93 Ann Dunn David Sensky Georgia Mucey Helen Littleberry Jack Swenderman , Robert Foringer Ruthann Golsky ck, Martha Miller Robert Houston ckie, Janet Smith Marlene Fattman Betty Moninger Michael McMurdy Cinda Irey Linda Miles Dennis Lytle Barbara Roberts es, Nancy Verner s. P. Q. R. CLUB The S. P. Q. R. CSenatus Populusque Romanusl Club, which consists of fifty-three members, has been very active this year. The club's project this year was a "Pig in the Poke" sale. The pro- ceeds were used to finance the annual trip to Pittsburgh in February, dur- ing the Latin Festival VVeek at Buhl Planatarium, the Roman banquet and the initiation, held on the ldes of Nlarch, and a banquet in honor of the Seniors. 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 Shirley James. The following oflicers were elected for the year: President ........................................ Shirley James Vice President Franklin Moss Secretary ...... .... G eorgia Mucey Treasurer ........... .................. C arol Watson Program Chairmen JoAnn Ray, Beverly Williams Faculty Advisor ..... .......... M rs. Edward Spriggs 94- CAFETERIA CLUB The Cafeteria Club consists of a group of girls who aid in preparation and serving of the school lunch and the annual school banquets. They operate, together with the Home Ee girls, a concession stand at all the home basketball games, Wrestling matches, and dances. The proceeds from their activities are used for club benefits. The club is supervised by Nlrs. Bristor, Miss Sten, and Miss Jackson. Oflicers this year were as follows: President ....... ..... N ancy Gaus Vice President .... Darla Minnear Secretary ....... Linda McConnell Treasurer Karen Fraser 95 AUDIO VISUAL ED. The Visual Education Department started the school year well with the following student operators: SENIORS Edward Price James Thomas JUNIORS Wayne DeWitt Kenneth White Gerald Ewing Fred Yocum Harold Franks Roger Phillips Q SOPHOMORES Richard Antram John Hallam John Barton William Heatley Glenn Dean Robert Kanotz John Ferralli Dennis Locy Dennis Hall David Young The department considers, as the main event of the year, the addition of the new high fidelity public address and record player system in the auditorium. This brought much enjoyment to many a Trinity student. Their Faculty advisor is Mr. H. Floyd Hootman. 96 THE TRINITY HISTORIANS The pulpose of the T11mty HlSfO1l1IlS 15 to 'lcqune Qddltxonal IH 'rolmatlon 'Lbout our st'1tL of Pennsylvzmla The club IS composed of bophomores, LIIIIOIS, and Senlors who hive lTl'1lI'1t'1lI1Cd 'ln A 'lvemge 1n hlstory The olganwatlon IS '1 blanch of the Pennsylvanm Feduatlon of un1o1 Hlstorlans Wlth ltS l'1C21dCILl?11fL1S IH HHFllSbL1Ig Among the club s '1ct1v1t1es T01 the yeal XVCIC the Thanksglvlng As semhly, a toul tl11OLlgl1 the VV'1sh1ngton County COLl1f House, cl1m'1xed Wlth the wxtnesslng of a t11'1l, 'md 1 banquet held in Miy ln hono1 of the Senlol members of the cluh As '1 money mnslng pIOJCCf thc. o1'g1n11at1on eontmucd to sell Tumty stlckels VV1tl'lOLlf the help of ou1 two hne idvlsors, NTIS Rex Alllson 'md lVl1ss posslble The olhcers T01 the ye 11 xx ele President Fmnkhn Moss Vzce President Chrls Decker Corresponding Secretary Beverly Wllllams Recording Secretary Carol Montgomery Treasurer P'1rk Henry 97 . n . t L A A .I D . . .U J. Lv K. L. C HANK .L . . ii . .4 . . t n A, .C A. . - - . . C ' - I 6 Jennie NI. Ferralli, we feel that so sucessful a year would not have been A ' 2' X' ': l -..-....-..-...-...----.--...-...-....' 1.1 l MIXED CHORUS The 1957-58 Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Joseph Gal- anda, participated in various programs throughout the school year. Per- formances were given in the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter As- semblies, and at Baccalaureate. ln co-operation with the other choral groups, a Spring Concert was presented. From the larger choruses several students were chosen to perform in smaller groups. A Mixetl Ensemble and a Girls Ensemble gave vocal per- formances for various club, church, and school functions. One of the main activities of the Chorus was that of playing host to the P. M. C. A. WCSfCI'H District Chorus. The Chorus, consisting of 180 students from 75 schools rehearsed at Trinity and presented two fine con- certs for the public. As host school, Trinity was privileged to be represent- ed by 18 of our students. 98 GIRLS CHORUS The Guls CIIOILIS of Tlmlty Hlgh School Wfls VCIY lctlvc m 1 l'11ge pfut of the choml pzogmm thls vwu Thgv pufolmed m the Thanks gxvmg and Chustmfls fmssemblms 'md m the Sprung Conce1t BEGINNING CHORUS The Begmnmg Cholus ments m two sectlons om conslstmg of boys who 'llso smg XV1fh the Nllxed Cholus 'md thc othu of gI11S who often pexform as a smgle umt VV1th the Mlmd Chorus they pzutlcxpited m the Th1HkSgIVlI1g mssembly 'md thc Splmg Conce1t 99 THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Future Homemakers of America is open to all girls enrolled in Home Economics interested in stimulating better home membership and participation in Home Economics. Because of the large enrollment, there are two chapters who function as one unit. The Sophomores participated in the State Farm Show and at the State IT. H. A. Convention at Penn State. One of the special features SOPHOMORE OFFICERS President ..... . Bonnie Briggs Vice President Nancy Breedlove Secretary ....... ...... Q Ioyce Fischer Treasurer .... Lois Lycett Historian ....... .... L ynda Jordan Parliamentarian Linda Miller Song Leader .. .. Trudy Mancin Advisor ..... Miss Dorothy Sten at the State Farm Show was the awarding of State F. H. A. degrees to LaVada Jo lVIcVay and Beverly Askew. Other activities during the year were the F. F. A. - F. H. A. initiation - installation, VVashington - Greene County meeting in April, and the Region B meeting at Peters Township. The money making projects for the year were managing the concession stand at all school activities, selling Christmas cards, stationery and van- illa. FRESHMAN OFFICERS President .... ........................... C heryl Woodruff Vice President .... Patricia Cline Secretary .... .... C arolyn Brice Treasurer .... . .. Karen Monich Reporter ..... .... M artha Jenkins Song Leader ..... Barbara Barrett Advisor .... .... M iss Jean Jackson IOI F. H. A. DEMoNs'rRA'rloN T The F. H. A. Demonstration Team consisting of Bonnie Briggs, Sally Dunn, Nlartha Plants, Lynda Jordan, and Dorothy Salat as alternate, presented "Dress lVIi1glCH at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show in January. In state-wide competition the team took eighth place. F. H. A. EXHIBIT Wvhat is your score? This is the title of the FHA exhibit in which you were to rate yourself, following the directions. This exhibit, received third place at the State Farm Show. if . . x .W "'i :Qi . i .. . Hr .' . v wma nun sum 102 DEMONSTRATION TEAM Davld Cagn in Rlchard Wonsettler John Farrar Rlchard Thomas The Demonstmtlon Tumm ns chosen fl om the Semor F F A boys The boys chosen had to meet specml requuements for volce, pe1sonal1ty appearance, and schol1rsh1p By showmg the five most common motor ffulures and how they could be prevented, the demonstratlon this yea1 trled to pomt out the lmport tnce of proper c'ue of the electrlc motom on the fum The team lecelvcd honorable ment1on m the state VVldC competition at the farm show KEYSTONE FARMERS ohn Far1a1 and Robclt Lusk lecelved the top award glven by the Pennsylvanm ASSOClHt10ll F P A, that of Keystone Palmer Thls aW'11d IS 11m1ted to three per cent of the state membe1sh1p The Keystone Farmer rward IS based on scholfmrshlp project programs, school and community cltlzenshlp, 'md mvestment m farming 103 ' -. '- 4 4 . ' -1 . 'L .1 A ' l ' T. . . . 5 Y c . . . 4 ,. . '. . . a, 1 c . ' . I . . . .. c 4 s ' c . . . f ,. . . ' ' J 5 . . . 1 . I . . 1 c 4. . . ' . L f c 1. , ' L L . TRINITY CHAPTER FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Presadent Robert Lusk Vzce Preszdent Richard Thomaq Secretary Rlchard MacK1nney Treasurer Walter Drabeck Reporter Robert Ranotz Advzsor Mr John Crosbie The Chipter st'11ted the ye'11 XVltI'l '1 lot of fun bv sponsormg '1 Wel come B'1ck to School dance Vauous stindmg commlttees were lppomtcd 1s were those for llvestock clubs m the Chipter Rcgulm meetmgs were held to tl'1I'lS"lCt busmess K don'1t1on w'1s glven to help send one of oul folmer gl"lCIl.lltCb, Thom'1s Kelley to France as an exchinge student The hlghllght of the yeu was the F1ther 'md Son Banquet VVlllCI'I IS held each yen 1n the spung This banquet IS to show thelr 1pp1ec1'1t1on for the help glven to them by thur dads At thns tlme fuvwrds me gxven to the outstfmdmg membels of the depzutment 10-I Sentinel Edward Price . ...................................... . . Q . . H C L C L L T n A ,' ' ' , , ' , C 1 L ' l T 1. ' . . A K . V I .L C Q 1.4 C ,I I . . .L E F L J 1 I I u . . H . A . . C I L C - 1 1 C . L T I - l L l l - 1 I - - L - SOPHOMORE AGRICULTURE The Sophomore Chapter of the Future Farmers of America organized last spring and elected the following oflicers: President ....... Orville Richmond Vice President .... .... K enneth Chappel Secretary ..... .... W ayne Armstrong Treasurer ...... Paul Knizner Reporter .... .... I Robert McCord Sentinel ....... David Thomas Advisor ..................................... Mr. William Clark This year, the Chapter attended Dairy Day at Arden Downs. Four of the members attended The Pennsylvania State Farm Show in January. As a money-raising project, members sold candy. A Chapter party will close the activities for the year. sv-QQQSTRM b. , GE is 105 GREENHAND F. F. A. President ........................................ James Powell Vice President .... ..... H arry Bambarger Secretary ..... .... W illiam Powell Treasurer .... William Hainer Reporter .... ...... A lbert Loar Sentinel ..... Hallie Ankrom Advisor ............................,......... Mr. John Crosbie The Trinity Greenhand Chapter F. F. A. is made up of the Freshmen boys enrolled in Vo.-Ag. They must meet the following requirements: Bc enrolled in Vo.-f1g.,' memorize the F. F. fl. l7l'l?6dA,' lzafuv plans for ll 5ali.vfazrl0ry projvvl program. Activities of the club are seed selling, F. F. A. Work, and becoming proficient in parliamentary procedure. As the years go by the boys hope to become Chapter Farmers, Keystone Farmers, and even the top degree of American Farmer. 106 INTERMEDIATE BAND During the past months the progressive members of the Intermediate Band have been preparing themselves for the Senior Band through practice on scales, exercises, and chords. This is the third year for the organization of the Intermediate Band. Each successive year has shown the band increasing in size and the stu- dents making more progress. 107 SENIOR BAND The 1957-1958 season was a very memorable and colorful one for the Senior Band. The band featured several new and clever formations and dance steps which added variety to performances at the football games. In addition to football games the band took part in pep assemblies, pep parades, Old Fashioned Days Parade, and the Armistice Day Parade. It also performed between acts for the Junior and Senior plays. Parts of the band provided demonstrations of music progression for several P.T.A. meetings in the area. 'N-E52-,, ,W GE ls ' 108 An award was won hy the band in the Festival of lVIusic Parade at Kennywood Park. Richard Crompton, Frank Kuzy, Stephen Laxton and John Rasel were sent to the Junior District Band at Moon Township. Ruth Ann Crile, Dolores Everly, William Ghrist, Jo Ann Grimes, Fred Harris, Priscilla Koscho, Barbara Kowalczk, Jo Anna lVlilikin, Ray Quail, David Ramsey, Anthony Ross and Richard Wlonsettler participated in County Band this year. A clarinet trio consisting of John Holt, Anthony Ross, and Edward Twardy entered the Forensic League Contest. The following oflicers were installed for the new year: President, Donald Ewingg Vice President, Edward Twardyg Secretary-Treasurer, John Dennis. 1 U iam: fi ii 109 THE HILLERETTES The Trinity High School 'lHillerettes", under the capable leadership of their head majorette, Joyce Hanna, add much to the striking appear- ance of the Trinity High School Band. The nineteen high-stepping, attractive girls participated with the band at pep assemblies, football games, and various parades in XVashington. Nlany of the routines this year were used with such songs as "Junior Jive", 'iQue Sera Sera", "Rock Around the Clock", "Bell Bottom Trousersn, "Navy Blue and Gold", and "Anchors Aweighu. The Senior majorettes this year Were: Carol Berman, Cathy Dague, Judy Dean, Joan Elliott, Rae Fender, Barbara Miklic, Carol Nlontgomery, Louise Nyswaner, Nlartha Tarbuck, and Johanna Turich. The Junior majorettes this year were: Judy Fox, Janice Laight, Vir- ginia McClain, Ilene Nlazzie, and Kathy Nevin. 110 CHEERLEADERS "Trinity forever, loyal and true-our hearts will never change our love for you"-so goes the words to one of our many school songs. And what line ways to express the spirit of our entire student body! Above all, the true school spirit and loyalty of the Trinity students is exemplified in the eight girls elected by the student body to serve as cheerleaders. The cheerleaders, dressed this year in royal blue plaid skirts with royal blue crew neck sweaters, are a very necessary part of all the sports activities within the school. An outstanding job as head cheerleader was done this year by VVanda Brooks. The other Senior cheerleaders were Gerri Koskey, lVlyra Levato, and Deanna XValker. The Junior members of the squad were Joyce Kel- vington, Janice Lawrence, Nlary Lib Ritchey, and4Adele Selvaggi. The newly elected cheerleaders are Carolyn Bricejo Ann Craig, Cinda Sprowls, and Rebecca lVarne. lVIiss Beverly Dunn is the faculty advisor for the cheerleaders. lll HIHHHHH eta. - ,ga 14 ,S 41 1 325 as 1 FOOTBALL The Hillers played one of the most difficult schedules in the VV. P. I. A. L. and came out on the short end of a very rough season finishing with one win, seven losses, and a tie. The young and inexperienced team did very well nonetheless as it battled the VV. P. l. A. L.'s best teams. Of the nine game schedule the Hillers met six teams who were VV. P. l. A. L. contenders when they played them. Of these 1fVilkinsburg and Union- town ended the season undefeated, with Wilkins- burg winning the Class "AA" championship. Although the Hillers win-loss record was I10t impressive, Head Coach, hflilton Decker, along with his assistants Stan Dubelle, Joe Galanda and john Syrek, saw silver linings in the cloudy season. The team had a number of Sophomores in the starting lineup who in a year or two should make the Hillers one of the strongest teams in the area. The Hillers had twenty-three letter winners, of which fourteen are returning next year. The boys who won awards were: Ends: Ed Agnew, Bill Klinzing, John Yauch, John Zipko. Tackles: John Lyons, I-Ierb Nloore, Dave Moses, John Scalzi. Guards: Kenny Craft, Bob Hull, Sandy Pinsker, Nick Stellavato. Center: Dave Ward. Backs: Bucky Bryner, Iiob Burgh, Tony Faiella John Ferralli, Bob Fonner, Don Giccek, VVayne Gorby, Ronnie Long, Jim hfliller, lVIike Shuba. Trinity 13 Chartiers 13 l-lillers tied by Bucs The Hillers opened their 1957 football season with a 13-13 tie with the Chartiers Bucs. A A spectacular run by Norwood Young put Chartiers in front in the second quarter. The Hillers carried the kickoff back to their 37 yard line, frorri which point Shuba, Burgh, Kern, and Fonner carried the ball to the Chartiers 3 yard line. Then Burgh took a handoff and plunged the final three yards. Shuba missed the extra point, to tie the game at half time 6-6. In the fourth quarter Young took a pitchout and 20134 39, 42 12, 38 18,-17 .35 40 43 44 swept left end for another Chartiers score to put the Bucs ahead 13-6. The Hillers started another drive in the fourth quarter, moving the ball to the 20 yard line, from which point Moses Bailey took a pitchout and went the distance for the score. Shuba converted and the game ended in a 13-13 tie. Trinity 6 Uniontown 35 Red Raiders too powerful Uniontown high school one of the best teams in the W. P, I. A. I.. downed Trinity 35-Ci. The llillers came out in the first half to receive the kickoff and on the first play, Uniontown intercepted a pass which started them on their way to a 35-U halftime lead. The llillers came out in the second half with fine defensive play by Dave VVard, Ed Agnew, and john Lyons to hold the Raiders scoreless. I The Ilillers only score came in the fourth quarter when Moses Bailey took a pitchoul and scrambled around! end for the score. Trinity 6 Wasliinfxton 13 l-lillers lose third VVash lli won a hard fought 13-6 contest from the Trinity ltlillers in the traditional rivalry. WVashington's lirst score came when King wenti around end for seven yards and a score. ln the second quarter neither team scored, and at half time, NVashington led 7-0. ln the second half Fonner fooled the VVash 'Hi de- fense and Burgh took a handoff and raced 31 yards to the Washington 21. Three plays later, Former swung to his right and lired a pass to Burgh, who with fine block- ing raced into the end zone. Shuba missed the point, and the score was 7-6 VVashington. 'l'rinity got another chance to score soon after, when Craft's punt touched a VVash Hi defender and was recovered by Agnew, on the Hiller -1-1. Trinity marched to the VVash Ili 2+ but a Fonner to Agnew pass did not cover enough for the first down. W'ash I-li scored again when Kimbrough broke loose for a 71 yard touchdown run. VVashington led 13-6. The fourth quarter went scorless, and VVash I'li went on to win 13-6. Trinity 12 Wilkinsburg 33 Tigers remain undefeated VVilkinsburg took a fast lead on a short screen pass that went all the way. Passes from Bucky Bryner to Ed Agnew and a pass from john Ferralli to Bryner set the ball on the 16 yard line of Wilkinsburg, but time ran out. 34 139 42 ,17 4 3' 2 2 if ei 14. ' ae, is so In the second half Trinity tried an unusual short which they recovered. On the second play of the Trinity fumbeled and the Tigers took over. The scored in the second half when Bob Fonner arched perfect pass to Bill Klinzing who took the ball over shoulder and ran the rest of the way untouched. Moore recovered a VVilkinshurg fumble on the 31. A fine run by John Ferralli set the ball on the 19. Don Giecek rammed his way to the nine, which point Fonner passed to john Zipko in the end for the score. The final score ended in favor of the Tigers. 2 West View 12 Errors ore costly The Hillers played their first game on the newly College Field, but were defeated by the Indians VVest View by a 12-2 count. The Hillers put on the longest march of the game S6 yards to the VVest View 1 yard line, where a gave the ball to VVest View. The Hillers had an- chance to score when Klinzing made a fine catch 22 yards for a first down on the 35 yard line of rinity. jim Miller ran 12 yards to the +7 yard line e Fonner ran 5 yards an a keep play. Tony Faiella d four more yards and a penalty put the Hillers on West View 24. Bryner passed to Klinzing to put the on the 1-I-. Fonner passed to Agnew, was deflected, the ball was on the West View 1 yard line. The lost the ball on a fumble. In the closing three Trinity crashed through to nah a VVest View in the end zone to end the scoring in favor of West 12-2. 14 Canonsburg 7 Hillers win first An inspired Trinity High School team made the breaks and the Hillers took advantage of them to defeat Canonsburg 14-7. john Lyons grabbed a Gunner fumble and raced 40 fards, after the Gunners threatened in the second quarter. Two plays after the kickoff, Lyons grabbed another fumble, on the Gunners 27. Mike Shuba then crashed off left tackle and ran the distance for the score. Shuba also added the extra point. Canonsburg's only score came in the first quarter, vhen john Ferralli's punt was blocked on the Hillers 27. From there Canonsburg marched to the one yard line. n the next play, they scored. Finity 6 Turtle Creek 12 Hillers on short end of scoring The Hillers traveled to Turtle Creek to be put own 12-6, in their last game of the season. Turtle Creek took adavntage of a Hillers fumble to score their first touchdown in the second qLlZ11'tCl'. Their second score also came in the second period. Bob Burgh ripped off left guard for a 67 yard run for the Hillers only score. Trinity 13 Redstone 20 Hawks spill Hillers Redstone got the jump on the Hillers by scoring first in the opening minutes of the game. Bob Hull, who re- covered three Redstone fumbles, recovered one on the Redstone 16 to set up the Hillers first score, with Burgh plunging over. Redstone came back with a 59 yard drive for their next touchdown. In the last half, passes from Bucky Bryner to Don Giecek and Bill Klinzing, put the Hillers at midfield. Then in punt formation on a fourth down and IS situation john Ferralli threw a short screen pass to Bob Burgh, who with fine blocking raced 60 yards for the final Hiller score. Shuba converted the extra point to end the game in favor of Redstone 20-13. Trinity 7 Derry 26 Derry proves strong The Hillers traveled to Derry Township, to meet one of the roughest teams of the season, and went down to a 26-7 defeat. Early in the first half the Derry team threatened on the Hillers 16 yard line, but Kenny Craft recovered to end the threat. But Derry came back to score from the Hillers 17. Derry scored another touchdown to make the score 13-0 at the half. In the second half, Derry scored two more touch- downs, to make the score 26-0. Trinity's only score came in the fourth quarter, when WVayne Gorby ended a series of plays, by bolting over for the score. Gorby also scored the extra point, to leave the score at 26-7 Derry. Trinity 6 Turtle Creek 12 Lost Gcime of the Seosori Trinity ended its 1958 football season with a 12-6 defeat at the hands of the Creekers. Turtle Creek took advantage of the muddy condi- tions to score two touchdowns in the second quarter and kept this advantage. 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'F H Q. f fifi 3, 5' ,cu ' ii ::1"' FV' VARSITY BASKETBALL VTISILY Basketball thxs yeax at T1lHlty was 1 season of velv llttle success The wdhng, but mexperlenced squad suffered defeat at the hands of every opponent Howevel, Coach VV1ll1am lVIcLh1nney feels that the cagers show p1om1se for the future Graduatmg thls year are four Senlors oe Hagan, oe Ixern, Bob Lusk and Frank Moss The team will mlss then SCFVICCS TVe are COLlIlt1Hg on the followlng who 1ema1n, to gnve stlff competltlon to the opposlng teams next year un1o1s Don Glecek, Dave Moses, Gary Newell and Mark Opatt Sophomores Bucky Brynex, ohn Gllmore, 1m Hyser, nd Dlck Tokar The SCFVICCS of Jim Holmes, Senior Nlfmagel, wlll be mlssed as well 'ls those of the foul g1'ldLl'1t1I'1g lettelmen SUMMARY Trmlty Claysvllle Trlnxty W Allegheny Trmlty Uniontown Trlnlty Washmgton Trmlty Chartlers Trxmty Mt Lebanon Trlnlty Coraopohs Trlnlty I D01'm0l1t Trmlty Cahforma Trlmty Canonsburg Trmxty Chartlers Trxmty Burgettstown Trmlty 's Dormont Trlruty W Allegheny '1 rlnlty 95 C monsburg Tfllllty l Washington Trmlty Burgettstown Trmlty Mt Lebanon Denotes Sectlon Four League Games 118 L K . . L . 2 I L t J , 1. 3. . J ' -- ' . a . . - - J ' J' ' ' 42 ' 50 ' ' 497 . 67 ' '- 35 ' 79 ' ' 437 ' 77 ' ' 64 ' 75 ' ' 365 . 80 ' ' 35 ' 51 ' ' 393 61 ' ' 44 ' ' 75 ' ' 493 55 ' ' 38 ' 54 ' ' 485' ' 66 ' ' 46" 79 ' ' 445 . 45 ' ' ' 43 2 62 ' ' 266 ' 90 ' ' 375 54 ' ' 533: . 89 f 5- 'wix fi? f., Qfc A 2531 if 1-. 1 vs--f 11 WU RESERVE BASKETBALL Trinity's Reserve Basketball squad under coach Pete Nlurphy had '1 rather successful season. Although their record proved only to be two wins and fifteen losses, valuable experience was gained by the team. A number of Freshmen included in the reserve squad offer great pos sibilities for next year. Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Claysville Uniontown Chartiers Coraopolis California Chartiers Dormont Canonsburg Burgettstown SUMMARY 28 Trinity 35 Trinity 49 'Trinity 42 Trinity 45 Trinity 33 45 Trinity 35 Trinity 26 Trinity W. Allegheny 45 Washington 55 Mt. Lebanon 63 Dormont 46 Canonsburg 31 W. Allegheny 45 Washington 33 Mt. Lebanon 42 JUNIOR H IGH BASKETBALL Trinity's Junior High Basketball squad under Coach Pete Nlurphy had an impressive season with a record showing four wins and four losses These boys are looking forward to future reserve and varsity experience within the next few years. 12 ,,- gr Washing! D I sA SCOTT DRIVER'S EDUCATION PROGRAM In its sixth year at Trinity, the D1'lVC1'iS Education Program is one of the most popular courses ollered. Each of the four classes has forty students and continues for nine Weeks. Donated by the Wasliington Dealers' Association, the cars are serviced by the donating garage. Trinity pays for all the gas, oil, and insurance necessary. Under the direction of lVIr. XVilliam lVIcLhinney and lVlr. John Syrek, the program is a successful one. 121 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM Trinity's Wrestling lineup this year was as follows: 88 95 103 112 120 127 Bill Heatley Mel Mounts Don Hopkins Steve Day Paul Gray Daryl Kelvington Trinity 39 Claysville 14 The year began right for the Hillers with the defeat of Claysville's Panthers. lVIounts, Kelving- ton, DeWitt, Barnhart and Long pinned their op- ponents. Trinity 29 Canonsburg 15 The first home match proved favorable to Trinity by the convincing victory over the Gunners. hlounts, Kelvington, Barnhart, and Stellavato were credited with pins. Trinity 22 Burgettstown 20 A real thriller was won this night by Trinity with Barnhart's fall over Nlaltony as a highlight 122 133 Wayne DeWitt and Gary Truby 138 Bill Bonus 145 Bill Kurpjuweit 154 George Barnhart 165 Ron Long 185 Nick Stellavato of the match. Bill Bonus' upset of Andy Rommes will not be forgotten. Trinity 12 Waynesburg 27 As mighty as the Hillers were this year, the Red Raiders semed to have an even more powerful team. Trinity 50 German 3 This match was almost a shutout with Nlounts, Hopkins, Gray, Kelvington, Barnhart, Long, and Stellavato registering falls. Trinity 44 Chartiers 8 The Hillers once again proved poor hosts as they handed the Bucs a heavy drubbing. lt was Nlounts, Donald "Hoppy" Hopkins 103 Lbs. State Champion Kelvington, DeWitt, Bonus and Long winning via falls in this one. Trinity 43 Cecil 5 Gray, Kelvington, Bonus and Barnhart Won by the fall route. Trinity 42 Washington 8 Cut cross-town rivals felt the might of the Blue and White as Kelvington, DeWitt, Barnhart, and Stellavato added five-pointers to the score. Trinity 41 Claysville 10 The second half of the season found Claysville going down again. Kelvington, DeWitt, Bonus, Barnhart and Stellavato "iced" their men. Trinity 16 Canonsburg 27 In spite of Barnhart's pin the Hillers were not ready for this one. Trinity 22 Burgettstown 19 An inspired Trinity team faced a seemingly im- . "'u1 i . v U -. i 1 , if mu .1--A 1 . Daryl Kelvington 127 Lbs. W. P. I. A. L. Champion possible job of defeating the only once-beaten Blue Devils. We had lost the services of Wayne DeWitt who had broken his wrist in practice. Kelvington, however, helped the Trinity cause with his five- pointer. Trinity 35 Avella 11 "Ice men" in this match were Heatley, Gray, Kelvington and Long. Trinity 36 Chartiers 13 Chartiers fell again with falls registered by Heat- ley, Hopkins, Bonus and Barnhart. Trinity 17 Waynesburg 20 An upset was in the making this night, but the Trinity grappler's fell short of victory. Trinity 47 Washington 3 In the closing match, Hopkins, Kelvington, Truby, Bonus and Barnhart ended the season with pins. Seniors Wrestling for the last time were Kelv- ington C15-0-Ol, Barnhart C12-2-ll, Long Cl-0-OJ, Faiella fl-0-Ol. TOURNAMENTS Trinity gained four section champs this year. They were Bill Heatley at SS lbs., Don Hopkins at 103 lbs., Uaryl Kelvington at 127 lbs., and Bill Bonus at 133 lbs. Runners up were Riel Nlounts and Nick Stellavato. Of the four sectional winners Trinity was able to have Don Hopkins and Daryl Kelvinfton as Reffional Cham ions with Bill Bonus as a runner u . ., PS Donald 'lHoppyl' Hopkins brought the 103 lb. State X!VfCSflil1g Crown back to Trinity with him. His superior wrestling in the State Tournament proved him to be a true champion. Our Daryl Kelvington lost his first match in this tournament by a close 6-5 score. RESERVE WRESTLING The Reserves also had a good year winning eight matches and losing only one. There will be several vacancies on the varsity squad next year which these boys will be expected to fill. Gutstancling among these wrestlers were: Freshmen-llfloses Hailey, Jerry Grimm, Ed Fulgraf, Gary Johnson, and Tom Snee. Sophomores- Ed Bryant, lylel Johnson, George Reese, and 'vVoody 1Vard. Juniors-Ron Snee and John Yauch. Other members of the wrestling team also expected to fill in future vacancies are-Hallie Ankrom, Ron Christman, Jim Cobern, Bob Ewart, Dennis Hall, Steve Hamilton, Ken Hudak, John h'IeGreW, A1 Ostrander, Frank Spina and Lee Tanne- hill. 124- --'v"' '7' BASEBALL TEAM The 1957 Baseball team under Head Coach James llfloniger, finished a very good season in the W. P. I. A. L., with a -l-4 record. Coaches John Syrek and Henry Reihner are looking forward to a line season in 1958. Trinity 4 Canonsburg 0 The Hiller's baseball team opened its season on a bright note, downing Canonsburg -l--O. The star for Trinity was Jim Brown, who allowed only one hit and struck out thirteen. Don Voytek hit a home run for Trinity. Trinity 8 Washington 4 The Hillers won their second game of the season beating VVashington 8--l. Pitching for Trinity were Jim Brown, Niarlc Opatt and Dave Selway. Roe Poellot had a home run for the winners. Trinity 1 Mt. Lebanon 15 Trinity's team suffered its first loss of the season, the score was 15-1. Pitching for Trinity were Jim Brown and hllarlc Opatt. Trinity 19 Chartiers 4 The Hillers got baclc on their winning way by defeating Chartiers 19-4. Hitting stars for Trinity were Bill Klinzing, Mark Opatt, Roe Poellot, and Dave Selway. Wiiiiiiiig pitcher was George Pomy- kala, who allowed only live hits. Trinity 8 Washington 10 Trinity lost its second game of the season to a hard-hitting Wash High team. A total of five home runs were hit. Hillers who hit home runs were Mark Opatt, Dave Selway and Don Voytek. Shar- ing the pitching for Trinity were Jim Brown and Dave Selway. Trinity 7 Canonsburg 0 Trinity downed Canonsburg for the second time. hflark Opatt starred in this game by hitting a grand slam home run and allowing Canonsburg only two hits. Roe Poellot also had a home run for the winners. Trinity 0 Chartiers 3 The Hillers lost their third game to Charticrs, 3-0. 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S T 0 R E 0 WATCH ES o GIFT WARE o DIAMONDS o APPLIANCES 0 JEWELRY 0 SAMSONITE o LUGGAGE PAUL Cr POST 89 South Main St. PLUMBING 86 HEATING MILLER BARBER SHOP 2 EAST BEAU STREET H A R D W A R E ' and SPORTING GOODS Washington Trust Phone BA 5-6320 Building r '2 J SUMMER TERM OPENS JUNE 9 RA NING if Beginning and Advanced Classes in shorthand typing Monthly tuition rates day classes S35 OO evening school 351500 h BA 2 5330 ENN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE P 82 ch M WASHINGTON PENNSYLVANIA EARL LINDLE HOWARD JoHNsoN s TEXACO RESTAURANT 1279 P k A h BA 2 9668 COMPLIMENTS OF TYGART VALLEY GLASS COMPANY aShlI1gt0I'1, EDIIS Vilflla 13-l l 'lu -S j Sill . Zgi ' l i l l 'I I K l WWWTWI l c " fo ' Xxx. X XX I X 1 . . . I . I accounting, office machines and related subjects. . . - I . . , . P one - or write Sou ain St. Compliments of Compliments of Y ' S I ar venue P one - W ' P yl ' COMPLIMENTS OF NATIONAL MOTEL Route 40 West BA 2-2960 Compliments of FRAZIER - SIMPLEX, INC. CONTRACTING ENGINEERS Compliments of J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 42-50 North Main Street Washington, Po. WASLER FLOWER SHOP 955 BROAD STREET Washington' Pa' wAsHlNGToN BURIAL ' vAuL'r co. COMPLIMENTS OF 'FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" Paul B. Jennings, Mgr. Phones BA 5-1615 and 5-7371 135 SHARP'S ' Furniture Store Qgsxgilfsgffft Street WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE C. L. Sharp Boyd S. Sharp Charles L. Sharp, Jr. Wm. B. Sharp P LYDIC PRINTING CO. PRINTING FOR ALL BUSINESS 5109 5" REQUIREMENTS x-NON E FP-5 Phone BA 5-4120 .I-'H 25 W. Chestnut St. 35 East Pine Avenue Washington, pa. WAS-HINGTON, PA. CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES To The Graduating Class Of 1958 SKIN. C- Q of "' '3 '-2 z "' '1 f 0 'Q 41 4' Q? rl4ll'Y 9 Foremost Producers of Fine Quality Steels WASHINGTON, PA. 136 P E N N Sanitary Cleaning 0 DYING - PRESSING - REPAIRING 0 LICENSED CLIAN ER u PHONE BA 5-0170 133 S- MAIN ST. WASHINGTON, PENNA. Compliments of F. W. WOOLWORTH CO 4-6 SOUTH MAIN Potato Chip Corporation STREET 326 East Pike Street WASHINGTON, PA. HOUSTON, PA. A. TRAPUZZANO COMPLIMENTS OF . Tallors Co' Above Kirhy's Shoe Store FORMALS RENTED 134 - 36 West Chestnut Street Alterations - C1 aiming WASHINGTON, PA- SUITS MADE TO ORDER Phone BA 2-4330 Phone BA 2-8613 78 North Main Street 137 LEE-ANN TEA ROOM HOME COOKED FOOD We Cater to Card Parties and Banquets 98 Wilson Avenue Washington, Pa. Phone BA 2-9722 For The Latest In Sportswear 'C' CARNEGIE PARK SPORTSWEAR 20 W. Chestnut Street WASHINGTON, PA. ANDERSON MOVING AND STORAGE 178 West Wiley Avenue Phone BA 5-7510 WASHINGTON, PA. STEVE'S BARBER SHOP Air Conditioned 33 W. Chestnut St. Proprietor Steve Kouklalcis COMPLIMEN TS of WEST EN D AMOCO 820 W. Chestnut St. WASHINGTON, PENNA. G E N E S C H 0 T T Your Allis Chalmers Dealer Route 18 North WASHINGTON, PA. BA 2-3780 COMPLIMENTS OF D R. J . F . D U N N Chiropractor Fine Flowers . . AND FLORAL ART AWAIT YO ORDERAT McDONNELL'S FLOWER SHOP 27 WEST CHESTNUT ST. Phone BA 5-0530 UR The Sure Way To Have Is To Save . . . I Regular Savings Accounts- For Immediate Needs 0- Peoples Zh Certificates - For Surplus Savings Save With Safety At Peoples First National Bank Cr Trust Company WASHINGTON OFFICE 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Member Federal Reserve System "MITZI" CHAMBERS "CLASS OF '41" General Insurance AUTO-FIRE-LIABILITY Washington, . Pa. ' Phone BA 5-7450 CONGRATULATIONS FROM COMPANY "H" 110th INFANTRY PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD A Full Military Career Awaits You With Us Here At Home ARMORY OFFICE OPEN DAILY 8 TO 4 Phone BA 5-2940 W. Maiden St. in Washington Oldest Military Unit in Western Pennsylvania GRAHAM P. COWIESON FUNERAL HOME 395 East Maiden Street at LeMoyne Ave. Clam Ambulance Service BA 5-4500 139 Trinity Students Prefer . . GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL BARBER SHOP PHONE SERVICE FOR EVERY CHAIR NO WAITING-FOUR BARBERS Washington's Most Modern Air-Conditioned Barber Shop Phone BAldwin 2-0960 William Cox, Proprietor CONGRATULATIONS FROM MR 0 S S99 When You Shop For Your Home Remember For Furniture of Distinction and Famous Brand Appliances IT'S ROSS OF COURSE Visit Our Beautiful Showroom and Shop "Where Charm Costs No More" Phone BA 5-1300 140 When You Think of Insurance lTHINKOF ANDERSON Cr POLLOCK FIRE Q LIFE u ACCIDENT Q AUTO Phone: BA 5-1 190 14 - 18 W. Wheeling St. Washington, Pa. Compliments of C O O K ' S Grocery and Dairy Bar Phone BA 2-8650 R. D. 6, Prosperity Pike WASHINGTON, PA. BEN REYNOLDS Cr CO. 0 Magnavox Radio C1 Television 0 Baldwin Pianos O WASHINGTON, PA. RUSSELL BROTHERS AGRICO FERTILIZERS READY . MIXED CONCRETE Dependable Building Materials WEST WASHINGTON CASH HARDWARE 485 WEST CHESTNUT STREET "Pioneer" "Red Comb" Q Dairy Feeds Poultry Feeds 101 WEST WYLIE AVE. Model Airplanes Washington, Pa. Phone BA 5-5510 Kit, Engines and Accessories ALBERT PACKING COMPANY WASHINGTON, PA. 0 Tasty Hams Brand 0 Tasty Bacon Brand 0 Tasty Luncheon Meats Brand C. Cr C. SERVICE, INC. Custom Recapping Distributor U. s. Royal Tires 850 East Maiden Street Phone BA 5-6680 WASHINGTON, PA. WASHINGTON MEAT MARKETS o TWO HOME OWNED STORES o 28 North Main Street Phone BA 5-4760 144 South Main Street Phone BA 5-5350 Special Prices To Fraternities and Schools C. W. PHILLIPS G SONS 28 North Franklin St. WASHINGTON, PA. Phone BA 5-2730 ROOFING - SI-IEETMETAL HEATING HERBERT C. MORRIS Nationwide Insurance AUTO - FIRE - LIFE South Main St. WASHINGTON, PA. Phone BA 2-7190 WASHINGTON'S MOST L O N E P I N E MODERN VARIETY STORE , . Service Station G. C. Co. R. D. 4 Washington, Pa. 43 N. Main sf. GAS- OIL MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT MURPHYS TIRES AND TUBES ACCESSORIES BATTERIES Compliments of The Sherwin - Williams Company WALL PAPER, PAINTS, Enamels 86 Glass, Artist Supplies 111 N. Main St. VICTORY DINER 1-1oME cooKED Pooos AND Home MADE P1135 at DOUGHNUTS 60 E. Maiden St. Opposite Bus Terminal Wasliixigton, Pa. Phone BA 5-6640 Route.40 Phone BA 5-5640 2 The Uniformity of Gauge in Wfdmazafdi STAINLESS STEEL SHEETS PROVIDES ' More stainless area per ton ' Excellent surface finish MictoRold stainless steel is rolled to exceptionally close tolerances in continuous form with micro-accuracy and uniformity of gauge throughout the entire length and width. This Wfhinness Control" offers many advantages in both application and fabrication. "Thinness Control" gives you more stainless area per ton or an equivalent area with lesser weight, and a significant reduction in breakage. Lower polishing costs are obtained because of the excellence of surface conditions - which are dense, clean, smooth, and even. LUashington Steel Corporation 'W s ji 5 N5 WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA ' " distributed through steel warehouses everywhere CEMETERY MEMORIALS S. WHITE'S SONS 68 West Maiden St. Opposite Post Office Washington, Pa. Phone BA 5-0330 Compliments of ELVIN L. SALSBERRY SALSBERRY'S BODY G' FENDER SHOP Rear 256 S. Main St. Phone BA 2-1030 Washington, Pennsylvania Phone Res. Washington BA 5-5976 143 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ,58 at - ., "Q-'li 14 -S., OLD CONCORD MANSION HOUSE FAMILY STYLE BANQUETS OUR SPECIALTY O Positively No Beer or Liquor Allowed on the Premises Birthday and Anniversary Dinners By Reservation Phone BA 2-6165 McKEAN PLUMBING HEATING Cr SUPPLY 468 W. Chestnut St. BA 5-6260 PLUMBING FIXTURES HEATING o KITCHENS We Service - We Deliver EMERSON G. PALMER Realtor - Insuror 44 West Wheeling Street WASHINGTON, PA. COMPLIMEN TS OF WASHINGTON DEALERS ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA CARS AND TRUCKS Brown 86 Husted, Inc. Ford Hahn Motors, Inc. ..... . . , Oldsmobile - Cadillac Scott Motor Co. ...,. ...,.......... C hevrolet McClelland Motor Co. ............,..,....,,......,. Packard - Studebaker Washington International Truck Sales 86 Service, Inc. ,,......., International Beatty G.M.C. Truck 86 Buick Sales Chartiers Motor Co. .,.,.....i. . Guy Woodward .... Fulton Garage .... Steele Pontiac, Inc. .. Bob Provins ..... ..,.,G.M.C.Truck86Buick , . . . DeSoto - Plymouth , . . . Dodge - Chrysler . . , , Hudson - Nash Pontiac Imported Motor Cars COMPLIMENTS OF TRI-STATE ENGINEERING COMPANY Fabricating Division. WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF 05770501 DISTINCTIVE APPAREL FOR MEN AND BOYS 92 North Main Street WASHINGTON, PA. Phone BA 2-6800 JUDSON WILEY G' SONS 0 WAYNE FEEDS 0 CEMENT CONTRACTORS 0 BUILDER'S SUPPLIES READY-MIXED CONCRETE 404 South Main St. Washington, Pa. Phone BA 5-7620 DON'T SETTLE FOR LESS . . . GET THE BEST . . . AT . . . WASHINGTON PRODUCE COMPANY 115 Washington Street WASHINGTON, PA. Quality O Service 0 Satisfaction 145 McINTYRE'S Buy Bunny Bread N O RMAN'S Barber Shop Burton Avenue, Wolfdale Phone BA 2-0177 CLOSED MONDAY Open Tuesday Thru Saturday 9 to 5 Operated by Norman K. George KOZY KOTTAGE We Specialize in Home Cooked Meals Chicken and Home Made Ravioli and Soda Fountain Service OPEN 8 A. M. TO 12 P.M. fOpen on Sundaysj Real Estate Exchange PAUL W. FRITZ A Complete Realty Service "It's youxdtown-Own A Part." Phone BA 2-6570 78 East Beau Street WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA COMPLIMENTS OF MOLYRDIENUM CORPORATION OIF AMIERIICCA 146 McKEAN AND BURT OFFI PHOSE 326 West Maiden Street BA 5-7390 WASHINGTON, PENNA. SHIPPING STORAGE Local 66 Long Distance Moving To Anywhere Van Service Connections To All Cities and States CORNER CUT- RATE STORE PATENT MEDICINES . SUNDRIES MAIN - WALNUT STREETS Phone BA 2-9961 FEEDS SEEDS FERTILIZERS PETROLEUM FARM SUPPLIES DEEIP FREEZERS AND PAINT WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU 268 West Wheeling Street Phone BA 2-0600 Burgettstown: Phone WHitney 7-9560 C A R T E R ' S SERVICE STATION Cl-OVER FARM AMOCO SERVICE Geo. W. Carter, Owner WOLFDALE, PA' 1464 Park Avenue WASHINGTON, PA. Ph0I10 BA 2-6050 Phone BA 2-5870 147 COMPLIMENTS OF LOUIS BERMAN REAL . . . ESTATE 7 WEST WHEELING ST. Phone BA 5-4340 Courtesy of Compliments of A. G. Shannon Motor Sales AU'-D HUTEI- Rf. 19 North BARBER SHOP Near Drive-in Theater 191 S, Main St, Phone BA 5-2640 CARMINE fTonyj RESCINITI COMPLIMENTS OF GENERAL FEED 6' SUPPLY 236 EAST MAIDEN ST. McVEHIL PLUMBING CO. 46 East Wheeling St. phone BA 5,5320 WASHINGTON, PA. Q FEEDS-SEEDS Q Phone BA 5-3500 BUILDER'S SUPPLIES Compliments of . . J . A . R U N G 0 217 SOUTH MAIN ST. WASHINGTON, PA. Phone: BA 5-1480 The Food Market Complete 14-8 COMPLIMENTS O F CA LDWELUS 97 Years If lf COMPLIMENTS OF STOLFER'S CHICKENBURGERS SANDWICHES AND SOFT DRINKS HOME-MADE CAKE 86 PIE Route 19 South WASHINGTON, PENNA. KURTZ MONUMENT COMPANY 0 ROCK OF AGES MEMORIALS 0 nugn 'lies WASHINGTON CANONSBURG BA 5-3940 SI-Ierwood 5-4090 149 COMPLIMENTS of The Citizens Water Company of Washington, Pa. Compliments of GABBY HEIGHTS MARKET 1495 Park Avenue GROCERIES AND MEATS Phone BA 2-2060 STAR MOULD MACHINE G' FOUNDRY CORP. Manufacturers of SPECIAL MACHINERY GRAY IRON CASTINGS -and- GENERAL MACHINE WORK WASHINGTON, PA. ' c. CLAIR Nici-lol. Florist WOLFDALE Quality Flowers Distinctively Arranged Phones Washington, Pa. Bus: BA Z-8340 Res: BA 5-5095 C. H. JONES Cr SONS M E N ' S W E A R Since 1900 Washington Theater Building THE ARROW STORE "BUMPS" WOLF'S AUTO SERVICE Lagonda, R. D. 6 WASHINGTON, PA. Phone BAldwin 5-1330 W. A. LITLE - Lumber- Building Materials . . Custom Kitchens 222 HALL AVENUE WASHINGTON, PA. Come see us at "the home of the cone with the curl on top." 'UNEJ I w QUEEN R cf T DAIRY QUEEN 1294 W. CHESTNUT ST. WASHINGTON, PA. - Geo. L. Lenk Organization Phone BA 55230 REALTORS 86 INSURERS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Gv APPRAISALS BUILDING SITES - FARMS WHOLESALE CANDY t'We rely on Fair Prices to Obtain AND GROCEWS SPECIALTIES Business-Fair Treatment to Retain It." Mmt1eer's 80 E. Chestnut St. Lngxgexld 443 Washington Trust Bldg. Candies Washington, Pa. Chocolates Phone BA 25210 w. A. JoNEs Geo. J. co1.wes XVASHINGTON, PA. I E N G L E S Floor Covering 0 Appliances O Bedding Radio C1 Marine Sales SOUND SYSTEMS Custom Kitchens Century Boats 86 Johnson P E E R L E S S Outboard Motors 144 West Chestnut Street 75 E. Walnut St. 200 N. College St. phone BA 2,1450 Phone BA 2-7315 WASHINGTON, PA. WASHINGTON, PA. 151 de 7 55 0Zqmpua , .- J-J1 W, Prlnfed X1 WARD PRINTING COMPANY 82 88 SHAFFER AVE WASHINGTON PA PHONE BA 2 4920 HATHAWAY s M L hl FRESH PIES HQLLYWQQD Gnd BEAUTY SHOPPE Posferues h gt 1 g C BA 5 5770 3 d F1 Compllments of BEATTY MOTOR EXPRESS, INC. 152 ,-f z NN TT A p In E ' ' V w w 1 ,1 -. i"1? 1 -' -'12 , rf, i , 52 1.11.1315 , Q :. rump ,I I V , 11 ' if AA,, Q-,1QJ.r,.,, - T-AJ I ""'5'g Z ' ',QQ.LIQ-. z fif--1.. I ' IB " i.. f 7? ' -I " Y-A :arf fi' ' I p Ts1q-gif gfafz -. E l Y 1' I 1' - ' ,N gi, lv x' Ri . X - Q A m 1' 'H 5-: Q-Aw 'T X Nu' N., - xx - Q ' ,- - -1 ' . Aw, ""X '-N-A I 1 Elise' .X ' W HMI' S1413 Lu-'if'., T x . I , . I Jean ac aug in's Was in on Trust Bui din 3 Mc arrell Avenue r oor Phone - COMPLIMENTS OF DUNBAR 6' WALLACE LUMBER CO. 1045 JEFFERSON AVE. WASHINGTON, PA. BA 5-6720-Phone-5-6721 Q EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING Q COMPLIMENTS OF PIATT FUNERAL HOME RALPH E PIATT AMBULANCE SERVICE Phon BA 5 5200 FIELDS IMPLEMENT STORE Authorlzed Dealer For ALLIS CHALMERS NEW IDEA Massey Ferguson Esco Freezers 86 Milk Coolers Starlxne Barn Eqmpment Eighty Four Pennsylvania Phone BA Z 1154 Phone BA 2 7550 AUTOMOTIVE WELDING Cr SUPPLY COMPANY AUTOMOTIVE PARTS WELDING EQUIPMENT RADIATOR REPAIR Route 40 West 1296 West Chestnut St Ext WASHINGTON PA 159 OXYGEN AND ACETYLENE - ELECTRODES CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES To The Graduating Closs of 1958 DFIVID U. EIJHGEH Wholesale Candies and Confectlons Rxcharcl Sargent Phone BAlclw1n 5 1940 54 Semmole Ave Washlngton P Distributor of Blue Star Potato Chlps C o m p I I rn e rm T s MOURE S RADIATOR SHOP FRANK and MARY s Comphmm of BEAUTY STUDIO PEOPLES ADJUSTMENT BUREAU American Collectors Association Exclusxve Work at Reasonable Prxces Collectwn Se,-vlce Owls.,-m Au Work Definitely Guaranteed Assoclatlon Credit Bureau of America 215 Terrace Ave BA 2 1240 Phone BA 2 5550 154 . J. . - ' . ' , a. of Y I . . H0urS.9An M- To 9pm M. . of Compliments of A L M E T Z N E R For Flowers... WM. WARRICK Home of 100fZ, Guaranteed Used C Hotpoint Appliances 15 E. Beau St. 978 - 980 Jefferson Ave. Phone BA 53660 WASHINGTON PA. FOR FRIENDLY INSURANCE SERVICE Call BAlclwin 5-1350 J. C. and WILLARD H. BRYANT 132 N. Main St. Washington, Pennsylvania Compliments of GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL Phone BA 2-7058 North Main Street Plastering Contractor New and Repair Work Phone BA 5-0450 1155 A. J. "Jeep" PARSONS SALES and SERVICE DITCHING - '- CALCUTT'S MARKET For Water, Gas, or Sewer, From 8 to 24 inches wide and down to 8 feet. Q POST HOLES 355 LOCUST AVE. 0 LIGHT GRADING o WINCH WORK 1045 W. Chestnut Street V Washington, Pa. Phone BA 5-0350 BA 5-0390 Business Machines Supplies Your Clothes Wm Tell When you Shop At BELL Typewriters 86 Adding Machines N. E. "Nick" Cavaicante 157 South Main St, . ,28.W..Chestnur,Sr.. . Washington, Pa. WASHINGTON, PA- Phone BA1dwin 2-3680 Phone BA 5-5402 HOWARD Q. SHANKS, AGENCY REAL ESTATE-PROPERTY MANAGEMENT GENERAL INSURANCE Phone BA 5-5512 22 W. Wheeling St. FARMALL TRACTORS BOLENS GARDEN TRACTORS International Harvester Farm Equipment FARM AND TRACTOR TIRES I-IOMELITE CHAIN SAWS SOMERVI LLE FARM SUPPLY 88 Murtland Avenue ' Phone BA 2-0450 Across from State Highway Building 156 CONGRATULATIONS T SEIK S suNoco senvlcs ARE NA Rouen sKATlNG RECREATION WASHINGTON PA BA 29881 BA 26260 WARD ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY Wholesale Electrical Merchandise E t W 1 WASHINGTON PENNA BA Z 9250 CONGRATULATIONS FROM Continental Can Company, Int HAZEL ATLAS GLASS DIVISION 157 When you hink of 1 you Think of Route 19 1 Mile North of Washington 47 West Beau St' I Phone - ll ' ' Il 70 as a nut Street Phone - 0 MACKENZIE ELECTRIC SERVICE LINE CONSTRUCTION FOOTBALL AND BASEBALL FIELD LIGHTING HOUSE WIRING I4I Jefferson Avenue WASHINGTON PENNSYLVANIA 158 O Phones: BA 2-4973 -BA 5-4448 l 1 PYRAMID OIL COMPANY DISTRIBUTOR OF Socony Mobil Products Phone BA 5-4630 THE BALTIMORE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY George Mucey, District Manager 144 North Main Street WASHINGTON, PA. HANEY'S DIST. CO. Wholesale Distributors DAN DEE Products Potato Chips Corn Twistees Pretzels Corn Chips Jullenes Pop Corn BUY THE BEST DON ond ALMA BEAUTY SALON COIFFURE STYLIST 63 South Main Sc. WASHINGTON, PA. Phone BA 2-6870 's Quick Service Shoe Shines W. Cr J. SHOE SERVICE Work While You Wait 31 East Beau.S3treet J. JANFLONE, Prop. Repairwork Accessories Compliments of W. L. WINNETT Oak fr Hardwood Lumber AMITY, PA. Phones: BA 5-0205 - BA 5-0287 159 Compliments of your EASTERN STATES FARMERS EXCHANGE 3.11 CASE FARM MACHINE DEALER SCOTT W CLARK 6' SONS Phone BA 2 2751 WASHINGTON PA CoMPL1MENTS OF WASHINGTON DISCOUNT COMPANY 156 W Chestnut St 2 8170 Lowest Wholesale Prxces DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY LUGGAGE APPLIANCES TOYS GIFTS DONALD M WYET H RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL REMODELING House Rolsmg Movmg Underpmnmg G Shormg Call BA1dwln 5 3450 469 3rd Street WASHINGTON PA 160 d . . BA - RADIOS - SI-IAVERS - TYPEWRITERS o . . I . I A . T . K I N G COMPLIMENTS OF J EWELRY SEARS, ROEBUCK 5' CO. WATCH REPAIRING 31 EAST CHESTNUT STREET WASHINGTON, PA. 18 East Beau Sr. WASHINGTON, PENNA. ' Phone BA 2-3400 Free Estimates Guaranteed Work COMPILIMENTS OF FOREMOST DAIRIES, INC. 289 North Avenue WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA A Clean Cor Rides Better and Lasts Longer MINUTE CAR WASH 280 South Main Street WASHINGTON, PA. BA 5-0140 I N S U R A N C E For Every Purpose ROBERT D. VANCE Agency 411 Washington Trust Bldg. Washington, Pa. 161 GOOD FLATTOPS COME FROM MARASCO BARBERS Eugene Marasco Floyd Marasco QUALITY SERVICE Ro t d 979 Jefferson Ave Washington Pa Us e 5' Guaranteed Your Dog W ll Lxke It fllgkjf MM IJUY FUI. 7 UPS Locksmlth 0 Tops in Quqmy Machine and Repan- Shop ' Low Door Closer and Lock Service m Pnce WE MAKE KEYS HARPER FEED MILLS Inc Waghlngtgn Pgnna 5 E Wheeling SI WEST EN D TEXACO Electronic Wheel Balancing MARFAK LUBRICATION Phone BA 2 9709 TAKE YOUR FAVORITE DATE TO THE RANCH on Route I9 North of Washlngton FOR SNACKS MEALS SUNDAES OR DINNERS WE ALSO CATER TO BANQUETS AND PARTIES For Reservatlons Phone SH 5 1613 162 l I 1 1 1 Qt , 97 I o . u 4 . , . l Ss ' 1 . I - Oo I LOCK FOR THE , A 'r. w. L o N G 'f - I I P ' A I o 2 - ' ' l C ll ll TRI-STATE AVIATION, INC. WASHINGTON AIRPORT Phone BA 2-8860 AIR TAXI -- TWIN ENGINE FLIGHT SCHOOL Compliments of THE HUB, INC. HEADQUARTERS FOR YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING Phone BA 5-7310 Compliments of SWAGGARD'S GULF STATION 997 North Main St. WASHINGTON, PENNA. F A R M E R S CLOVER FARM Mrs. P. Moulton, Prop. LONE PINE, PENNA. Marianna 60-R-22 NICK GRUMMICK Florist and Greenhouse FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS McElree Road Washington, Pennsylvania Phone BA 5-7190 O'BRlEN STEEL CONSTRUCTION CO. STEEL FABRICATORS WASHINGTON, PA. WASHINGTON LOCKER PLANT WHOLESALE and RETAIL MEATS Phone BA 5-1070 Local .Rentals Farmer's Service 366 South Main Street WASHINGTON, PENNA. HALL S AMOCO SERVICE J R HALL PROP TIRES 0 BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES ROAD SERVICE Phone BA 2 0910 1533 E Mauclen St DAVID G FUNKA A L B A N 0 S ,Env NATIONWIDE CONFECTIONARY ac GROCERY INSURANCE AGENT 979 Jefferson Ave 374 South Mam Street Washington P Phone BA 2 9944 HPEQ Phone BA 2 3690 UJHSHIIIGTUII TIJUL FlI'lD ITIFICHIIIE EU Rosewood Avenue WASHINGTON PENNSYLVANIA 164 - 1 . . , . I I ' 51 'oe ' , 3, 0 , "Q, ,V l 1 SIN S D O I9 DAIRY ALL MILK PRODUCED 100W IN WASHINGTON COUNTY DIAL BA 2-1220 WASHINGTON, PENNA EAT'N PARK RESTAURANTS "Host to over 5 Million people in 1957" WASHINGTON PAINT AND GLASS COMPANY Gas BL Electric Home Appliances, Paint, Glass, Wallpaper 138 South Main St. WASHINGTON, PA. R. A. Garbart D. M. Garbart BA 5-1510 Compliments of LUPPINO'S BARBER SHOP 25 East Beau Street WASHINGTON, PEN NA. BA 5-5757 ANDY BROS. Expert Recapped Tires Phone BA 2-6100 332 WEST CHESTNUT ST. WASHINGTON, PA. 0 USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN John ZoInarchik's GULF STATION We Specialize in "SERVICE 1861 East Maiden St. WASHINGTON, PENNA. P i 9fNDsJ3hJ3aJVQnJWDhJS4?Sn?SnC?wS.4GNG.4 YENKO'S For Finer Meats and Poultry 2 EAST WYLIE AVENUE Phone BA 2-0320 W I LL I AMS SHEET METAL 53 East Spruce Street COAL, GAS, OIL FURNACES Established 1895 CHARTIERS Furriers and Cleaners 5 2 Highland Avenue WASHINGTON, PEN NA. 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