Trinity High School - Trinitas Yearbook (River Forest, IL)

 - Class of 1936

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'QW ,QQ fl 4 Q . tu: 54.1 x ' r' 'AYT 54 Q, .w Q ' A Q... 3' ?x - K 2 V: ef Q ws x Q x S Dorothy Sheahan Jeanne Sherlock Janet Smith Leona Specht Marie Spehn Eleanor Springenberg Lucille Stephen Bernice Steen Jeanette Sullivan Marion Upton Lucille Vacek Nlabel Xvalsh Eileen Weiler Dorothy Wilborix Alice Wischnia Virginia Wfoodruff Marie Zvetina ws X ire: A i C' 'J ea I :XX X L, A iein , - ' wg Q A L- z A xx, A ,eel L L fginn - L- ,I wwf, wwf X ...-.rim if Gfass gfisiory - Picture yourselves seated in the projection room of the Trinity Production Company. A new epic picture has just been completed. Each year one of these pictures is produced and is ready for showing early in June. The name of the picture, "The Class of '3 6," is a very unobtrusive one, but the title is of great significance to those concerned with its making. But now the lights are dimmed, the murmuring stops, and on the screen we see: The -Trinity High School Production Company presents, "The Class of '36." The Direc-tors-The Dominican Sisters of Sinsi-nawa, Wiscon'sin The Cast-The Ofiicers and Members of the Class Now comes an account of the setting for the story. Most of the action takes place at Trinity, in the village of River Forest. An atmosphere of peace and quiet pervades the scene. The reels grind on. On a certain day, September 12, 1932, to be exact, we see a large group of very young girls mounting the steps at Trinity. A short time later we see this same group dressed in clothes that shout "Initiation." Then we see them sponsor, in quick succession, a get-together party, a luncheon for their mothers, and a card party for their class. These activities definitely establish them as part of the school. Now we find them struggling along with their first semester examinations, and the-n enjoying the tranquil rest of the annual retreat. They emerge from retreat, and proceed at once to elect their class officers. At this election Jane McEvilly is chosen class president. The first reel concludes quickly, showing their party for the eighth grade pupils of the neighboring schools. S. When the second reel begins, we note the class of '36 inflicting a vigorous initiation on the eighth grade girls they had entertained the previous spring. As the picture progresses, we find that the scene has shifted. The sophomores, Page Seventeen 'Mm A ,L ,W , A ..., as i .,,,.-,....,g1,,s,,, g.-,,,L ... Alf ,r , ii X ,N X :1 h I Q 5? vr.. X ff 'X RN 6 fs X 'x Q. .Xf- ,....4uv"' I o S YK . t 2.1 0 a ll! JllltlQl!qL...t. ...wqvunn Jclsllugui with Chicago's Century of Progress as their inspiration, have made one of their own. All the buildings are there, even the Hall of Science. After the Century of Progress is over, we watch the sophomores enact brief scenes from the lives of the upperclassmen for the amusement of the entire school. The reel ends here. r At the beginning of the third reel, the girls, now grown-up juniors, are hold- ing their first prom, at the Medinah Michigan Avenue Club. Following the prom, we see the junior class play, "In Washington's Day." In spite of the blizzard, the hall is well filled for the performance. Some of the snow of that night is stillon the ground when the juniors give their Christmas party two weeks later. At the end of this reel the juniors are found feting the seniors at the Junior-Senior luncheon. From the camera's angle, the Marine Dining Room of the Edgewater Beach Hotel looks like an immense flower garden, with the lake in the background. The fourth reel moves rapidly toward the climax. The class enters with whole-hearted energy into their work, and all school activities. Their Leap Year Tea Dance, and their prom at the Lake Shore Athletic Club are two of the-important social events. Then follows the class play, "Trelawny of the Vfellsf' Luncheons are given by the juniors, and the Mothers' Club in -their honor. On Class Day we see them all at Mass in Trinity chapel. Following the Mass and Holy Communion there is the faculty breakfast. Then they go to the gym for the Class Day exercises. That night the girls hold their supper dance in the Sky Room of the Stevens Hotel. The final scene shows the triQ umphal ending of their high school career. Two by two they march up the aisle to the platform erected near the stage. In a few moments they have received their diplomas. Thus the picture of "The Class of 'Son ends. Page Nineteen I .s,L:-.,,..--. , ,AJ . . sg, .......',,, .A ...Eg 4 X M X g 3. Ax .- if gx -1 . X.x.. W. ,, w2.T,.N..:..,,. 3.5155 ' K 1 7 , 'Bw 'AQ .X ..,. X X S M .. ., M, --.Wx .. x HX X X A .... .. A K WP" f 'H 1 - K w. --5L Q " k , X xv N ' r 'ff R X E E , ,X S! fuk 'xy E , f 5'A x Gafendar SEPTEMBER 11-Mass of the Holy Ghost-formal opening of school. SEPTEMBER 26-Class elections and club elections. OCTOBER OCTOBER 9-Shakespearian players. 24-Trinity High School admitted to National Thespians. NOVEMBER 8--Junior prom at Stevens Hotel. , NOVEMBER 13-The Reverend J. I. Reardon, O.P., enrolls students in Angelic Warfare. Lecture by Mrs. Francis Sheed on 19th century writers. DECEMBER 1-Alumnae Homecoming. DECEMBER 6-The Reverend J. H. Schroeder, O.P., gives program for Ceci5 lian Club. DECEMBER 10-11-Junior play, "Peg o' My Heart." DECEMBER 13-Trinity chapter of National Honor Society elects oificers. DECEMBER 20-Christmas party. Mothers, Club dance. JANUARY 1-Autographed etching of President Roosevelt presented to Trinity. JANUARY 10-"T" club defeated by Alumnae in volley ball. JANUARY 16-Catholic Press Exhibit at Trinity. JANUARY 23-25-The Reverend H. A. Kelly, O.P., gives retreat for students. JANUARY 31-The Reverend D. G. O'Connor, O.P., gives program for Cecilian Club. ' ' FEBRUARY 7-Honor Society Tea-Dance. ii FEBRUARY 14-New members of Honor Society, and Quill and Scroll receive pins. ' FEBRUARY 20-Senior prom at Lake Shore Athletic Club. FEBRUARY 24-Sodality Carnival. Q MARCH 6-Mass in honor of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Page Twenty-one was I 92 N rx i if 35' f fxgaff 'L Y N Q-A as .Mg wvnl MARCH 16-Varsity beats alumnae in basketball. MARCH 24-Style show sponsored by Mothers' Club. APRIL 2-Pageant, "Heirs of All Ages." APRIL 6-Mother Samuel, O.P., addresses students. APRIL 20-Senior class play, "Trelawny of the Wells." APRIL 28-Home Economics luncheon for seniors. MAY 1-First of series of academic certificate recitals in music and dramatic art. MAY 4-Seniors entertained at Rosary College. MAY 7-Home Economics class gives dinner in honor of senior and junior mothers. MAY 10-Forty-two students leave on trip to Washington. MAX' 19-May Crowning. MAY 23-Mothers-Daughters luncheon at Palmer House. MAY 26-Junior-Senior luncheon at Edgewater Beach Hotel. JUNE 8-Mass and Holy Communion in Trinity chapel. Faculty breakfast. Class Day exercises. Reception of Tertiaries. Supper-Dance at Stevens. JUNE 10-Commencement. Page Twenty-three .......... --. . W, ,.., L, .,.. ...L ...str . ,,.,,......-.ru .....,.,t. ,.. LL... ...,-... I ,Y . w ' I ,, 2 3 M , 1 V 1 W ,L , ,ff , y W 4 , HV ? H' ,, Z I ' JI! ,' ,, ,,,, ? I f ? 1 hw A ' .- ' ,ff ' ,ZW 7 ' , Q W V , , v ' , vi ' V ,- ' if 4 'V ,A , A X Q i 1 ,Wm Mnrw. , Z ga I U V151 ,N M ' I ,,, m, , nf' ,g..f M ZW I .. f - f ' I .mf - 1 , IIII - aff' W1 MQW 1' - 'A,1,5ewq,,.f' AQKVM , H lf, ,mwmwm .W w HM, 4 4,0-gf ,M..,,,, .,,, 4 W, fm ,,,, ,M WX-Wm, , new fum , M M 1 ,W '5"w , . - . , , , ' WW -J MW f ff www! f ,, , , Zw,W,,,,,,M,.f, Wmrwi ,,.. N , ,, ,, v. " .1 - , ' - y W Mm f f 'M MLWWWLMG7 M www mu M WW? ,, , M M J ., .-W -NM-W - f W. k gf Sis ' 3 , Q 5 i. xii .. 4 E. if A Crefawlzy of the THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY Theatrical Folk TOM WRENCH ..... . . . FERDINAND GADD . . . . , . . l Of the i AUGUSTUS CoLPox's .....,. A Bagnigge-Wells Theatre I JAMES TELFER .........,.. T ROSE TRELAWNY ....... . AVONIA BUNN ........ . . . . MRS. TELFER fMiss Violetj , , . INIOGEN PARROTT, of the Royal Olympic Theatre O,DNY'YRE, Prompter at 'the Pantheon Theatre .... MR. DENz1L ...... ........ A f' Of the ' MR. MORTIMER . . . , . . . . Pantheon MR. HUNSTON .... . .... r' Theatre Miss BREWSTER .,......... y HALLREEPER AT THE PANTHEON ......., Non-Theatrical Folk VICE-CHANCELLOR, SIR WILLIAM GOV'ER ...... ARTHUR GOWER ..,....... 1 His grand- CLARA DE FOENIX ........ .J children Miss TRAFALGAR GOWER, Sir William's Sister .... CAPTAIN DE FoEN1x, Clara's husband ........ MRS. Mossolf, a landlady .............. MR. ABLETT, a grocer ...,........... CHARLES, a butler .,.... SARAH, a maid ........ Behind tbe Scenes STAGE MANAGER, . . . . .,... , .... . . . . . ASSISTANT.,,,.,..... PROPERTY MANAGER ..... Page Twenty-five . . . Lorraine Kilburg .......,.Miriam Ott . .Margaret Fitzpatrick . . .Roberta Berg-man . . . . .Ianet McHugh . . . .Ida Mary Bowman . . . . Elizabeth Daiey . . . .Virginia Lee . . . .lane McEvilIy . . . .Dorothy Nilles , . . Leona Specbt ......EcBo Bogart . . . . . . . .Peggy Koeber . . . .Virginia Woodrnf . . . . .Alice Wiscbnia ........,.MarieQuill Mary Katherine Garrity . . . . . . . .Rosebud Filek . . .' .... Betty Ken-nealy . . .Marguerite Renaud . . . .Catherine Nicklas Q .... Alice Bradwell . . . . .Lauretta Higgins .......Eebo Bogart . . . .Virginiavfoodruf . . . . .Mary Alice Ioyce C 4 -Q1 . .. .,.,k.,Y .. , ,. . gg ..,. Property ACT I and ACT III-Eileen Hogan, Chairman Geraldine McDonough Margaret Du Bois Irene Koch Patricia Crotty Margaret Meany ACT II-Irene Hoberg, Chairman Bernice Craig De On Fox Bernice Steen ACT IV--Jennie Salerno, Cbairmau Lucille Stephen Dorothy Powers June Atherton Scenery and Ad 'uertisin g Eleanor Springenberg Jane Rowbottom Jean Marie Gits Mary Sennott L Alice Bradwell Muriel Hinze C Wardrobe Anabel Scanlan Margaret Kelleher Georgia MacGillis Tickets Frances Heimbach, Chairman Patricia O'Connell Phyllis Maher A' Lorraine Mulholland Usbers Priscilla Crossette Virginia Lynch Lucille Vacek Miriam McNicholas MarionUpton age Twenty-sexen SX xffx X83 W X X, . XP- X w X e ,wx Q. X X N - .A SX - x wmww ,X X X .-N ' 3' if M .X X AGM? x ' " S .XX A 'mans m Eg ug X 1 . I X x1 X ,,,X xx ' f X kg.XX, - X K ms X fx x h X X-Q1 NXQXXX E K 5' X5 iv 4 in-' 4 A P' 5 , X 1 X XX.- XX X , 'wwnQEXX M . X, ,,, V XXXXWAXXX gg ,XX 4 Ni , XM: my -XX X Y' X ws - 1 TTS! 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