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

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G .usvl""',, - w s.gA Q ' fm Q' ' 1 4 nv, ., X, , EU :sw wg! min X x if 'fx :js ' LJ .av x M .5 xg I , wa 7,4 lm -' A ' X M. Q M 52 .U 5 ,5 . , , it X 12 M ivfi f s wi , X gtk 4. e 6 In Declication LII' Lady, QLIQQI1 oi Peace l'lail tlnou star ol oceanl Portal ol tlwe sl4y- Ever Vi1'3in Aflotlwer OP tlwe Loral most liiglw. lay Qgalnriells ave Llttereti long ago, Evals name reversing ,-1 L'rant us peace lnelow. Still as on we journey Help our wealc entieavor, witlw tl1ee antl Jesus We rejoice lorever. TRI l'l'Y Trinity High School has for its primary purpose, the training of students to lead a successful Christian life on earth, so that they may attain perfect happiness for eternity. lt strives to enrich the spiritual, the intellectual, and the cultural life of the students as exemplified by Christ, the perfect Teacher. We are trained in moral as well as in intellectual virtues that we may become stalwart members of the Catholic church and worthy citizens of a great democracy. We graduates have a thorough understanding of our duty to God, to our country, to our fellow men, and to ourselves. Our accumula- tion of knowledge combined with a development of self-discipline and an acquisition of a love for the good and the beautiful gives us a standard by which we can measure everything in our daily lives. Our Catholic edu- cation gives us confidence. We know our Faith and see its divine aspects in every activity of daily life. . I ' X: '- I iz' l 1 J. or ' . N .I vi: .1 15... , . .Et-"i'.: ..S'!' -1552 A -2- sf J,-.71 4 1. QQ 'TION X O .. C Q O O O I Q . Y . xx , O .5 O l 9 Q . . ' w 'Li 2 iff 2? if Y ffl? 2 21? - Qui? 41 IGF: lf! -ui Q . . rv ,, - .-L- ,wa J , CLASS IIFFICER Ioan Lietzo President f Q Helen Iean Rogers Nancy O'Hagan Barbara Dooley Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Our first three years at Trinity were spent at a time in which the Whole world was afire with the flame of hate, sown by Godless men. As each loved one left the protecting shelter of family and friends to defend his country, we were drawn closer to our Heavenly Father, who we knew would constantly protect these, our loved ones. In our misery we turned also to Our Lady of Peace and to St. Dominic, the bearer of the torch, the flame of love. In these we found a refuge. To show our appreciation of their loving care we dedicate this, our yearbook, to our two patrons. May they continue to help us in our work of rebuilding this world, and may they inspire us with true Christian zeal and charity. BARBARA AIRD Resurrection Senior Prom Committee. LAURETTA ANDERSON St. Lucy Student Council 4, Student Scientists 3. IOAN BAIN St. Catherine oi Siena Iunior Play. MARION BARLOW St. Edmund Sodality Board 3, Student Council lg Student Scientists 3, Iunior Play. NORINE BARRETT St. Giles Trinity 3, 4, Sodality Pre-tect 4. PATRICIA BERGIN O. L. H. oi Christians "T" Club lg Orchestra lg lunior Play Committee, Student Scientists 3, Trin- ity Times 4. DOROTHY ANDERMAN St. Ferdinand Trinity 2, 3, 4, Sodality 2, 3, 4. IEAN BAILEY St. Ferdinand Trinity 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Glee Club 2. PATRICIA BALSAMO St. Giles Librarian 4. EILEEN BARRETT St. Odilo Class Secretary 2, Cecilian Club 2, Iunior Play Committee. HELEN BELVEDERE St. Mary ot Celle "T" Club 4, Student Scientists 4, Scholastic Art Award 3. VIVIAN BERLINER St. Lulce Thespians 3, 4, "T" Club Board 3, Point Secretary 4, Student Scientists 4, Iunior Play, Volleyball Captain 2. MARY LOU BLUETT O. L. H. oi Christians Cheerleader 3: Sophomore Circus 4. MARY ELLEN BRADY Ascension Art Club 4. RITA BRANDSTRADER Ascension Honor Society 45 Senate 25 Trinity Torch 4. NANCY BROWN Ascension Art Club 4. VIRGINIA CAGNEY Ascension Thespians 3, 45 "T" Club 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 35 Prom Committee 45 Cheerleader lg Glee Club l. MARY ELLEN CAHILL St. Edmund Student Scientists 45 Glee Club l. GLORIA BRADLEY St. Edmund "T" Club 3, 45 Trinity Times 45 Student Scientists 3 lunior Play Committee PATRICIA BRADY S t. Barbara Steno-debs 4. DOROTHY BRENNAN St. Luke Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. ELAINE BYANS S t. Giles lunior Play Committee IOAN CAHILL Ascension Sodality Board 3: Student Scientists. IEAN CAMPAGNA St. Odilo Trinity 3, 45 Cheerleader 4. YOLANDE CARLSON St. Luke Trinity Times 45 Student Council 25 Iunior Play5 Variety Show 3. IEANETTE CATALANO St. Giles Honor Society 45 HT" Club Board 3, 45 Thes- pians 45 "T" Club Queen 45 Variety Show 3, 45 Councilor 45 Sodality Board 3, 4. MARILYN CERANEK St. Leonard Student Scientists 3. MARY ELLEN CLEARY St, Catherine of Siena "T" Club l, 25 Student Scientists 35 lunior Play Committee. EUGENIA COLLIAS Assumption "T" Club 2, 3, 4: Student Scientists 45 Glee Club l, 25 Basketball Captain 4. ALICE COUGHLIN Ascension Thespians 45 Iunior Play Committee5 Variety Show 4. ROSE MARIE CARR St. Giles Sodality l, Z, 3, 4. MARY GRACE CAVA St. Leonard Honor Society 3. PATRICIA CLARKE St, Catherine ot Siena Latin Club 3. MARION CLEYS Pilgrim Lutheran School "T" Club l, 2, 3, Board 4 MARY DOLORES COLLINS Ascension Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY CRAIG Ascension Art Club 4. RITA JEAN CROWE Ascension Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH DE BIASE St, Ferdinand Trinity 3, 4, Student Scientists 3. MARY DEMPSEY St. Edmund "T" Club 3, Board 4, Trinity Times 4, Student Scientists 3, lunior Play Committee, Cheerleader l. IACQUELINE DE ROSA St. Francis ot Home Student Scientists 3, Glee Club l, 2, Iunior Play, KATHLEEN DIVANE St. Giles "T" Club l, 2, 3, Board 4, Glee Club l, 2, Stuf dent Scientists 3, Volley- ball Captain 3, 4, Iunior Play. AUDREY DOYLE St. Catherine ot Siena "T" Club 4. IANE DAILEY Ascension Trinity 3, 4, Trinity Times 4. BARBARA DECHO St. Eulalia "T" Club 2, 3, 41 Student Scientists 3. IUNE DENNE St. Giles Honor Society 3, 4, So- dality Board 3, Secretary 4, "T" Club 3, Student Scientists 3. ROSEMARY DI COSTANZO Sacred Heart Student Scientists 3, "T" Club 2, 3, 4, Board 4, Cecilian Club 2. BARBARA DOOLEY St. Luke Secretary l, Vice-presi- dent 2, Treasurer 4, Thespians 4, "T" Club l, 2, 3, Board 4, Trinity Times 4, lunior Play, Variety Show 3, 4, Student Scientists 3. MARIAN EGAN St. Giles "T" Club l, 2, Student Scientists 3, Iunior Play, Chicago Youth Confer- ence Representative. IOAN ELLERMAN St. Peter Canisius Student Scientists 3 GERALDINE ENDERLE St. Catherine ot Siena Trinity 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Basketball Captain 2. MARY ELLEN FARAH St. Angela Art Club 4. DOLORES PAY St. Catherine ot Siena Student Council lg Iunior Play. MARY VIRGINIA FITZGERALD St. Giles Student Council 25 "T" Club l, 2, Vice-President 3, Board 4, Variety Show 4, Iunior Play. VERONICA FITZMAURICE St. Mary of Celle Student Scientists 3A 'ir , .. 'E ff by H 5 wi if. if X . tx E I A . In SUSAN ELLIOT St. Giles Iunior Play Commit tee Student Scientists 3. ROSE I-'AHEY O. L. H. ot Christians Steno-debs. MARIE FARONE St. Attracta Trinity 3, 4, Steno-debs. MARGARET FEELEY St. Luke Iunior Play. RITA FITZGERALD St. Catherine ot Siena "T" Club l, 2, 3, 4: Student Scientists 37 lunior Play. CELESTE FOLEY St. Luke lunior Play, Cheerleader 4. MARY FREITAG St. Sylvester Student Scientists 3. GRACE GALE Ascension Iunior Play Comrnittee5 Prom Committee 45 Student Scientists 3. EMILY GAUMOND St. Giles Honor Society 3, 45 Trinity Times l, 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Student Scientists 3. BARBARA GIBBONS Ascension Cheerleader l. ANN GRAMER Riverside Grammar Trinity 3, 45 Cheerleader 3. DORIS GRANT S t. Giles lunior Play Committee. MARILYN FRENZEL Sacred l-leart Cecilian Club l, 2, 3, Student Scientists 3. PATRICIA GALLIGAN St. Giles Honor Society 3, 4. GEORGETTE GAUMOND St. Giles Student Council 45 Student Scientists 3, 4 DORIS GILS lohn Mills Cecilian Club 2. PATRICIA GRANNAN St. William "T" Club l, Z, 3, 45 Student Scientists 35 Cheerleader l. GLORIA GUILFOYLE St. Giles Thespians 45 Variety Show 3, 45 Cheerleader 2. IEAN HACKETT St. Angela Senior Prom Queen5 "T" Club l. GERALDINE HANLEY Ascension Student Scientists 3. MARIORIE HASSETT St, james Trinity 3, 45 Stenoedebs 4. PATRICIA HEAD St. Catherine of Siena Student Council lg Student Scientists 4. DOROTHY HEBERT St. Catherine of Siena Class President 25 "T" Club 1, 25 Iunior Play Committee. IOAN HINCKLEY St. Edmund Student Scientists 45 Iunior Play Committee. LOIS HAGERTY St. Luke "T" Club l, 2, Board 4 Iunior Play5 Student Scientists 3. IOAN HANSEN St. Catherine of Siena Student Scientists 3. MARY IO HAYMAN ' St. Catherine of Siena "T" Club 15 Student Scientists 3. MARILYN HEALY St. Edmund Honor Society 45 "T" Club l, 2, 4. MARY ELIZABETH HESS St. Paul of the Cross Trinity 2, 3, 45 Student Scientists 4. LORRAINE HLAVAC St. Odilo Iunior Play. JEAN HOLMBERG IEAN HOPKINSON St. Luke Ascension "T" Club 15 Prom Committee Iunior Play. Chairman5 Iunior Play Committee. LA VERGNE HORWATH RITA HOSTY St. Giles St. Luke Iunior Play Committee. Honor Society 45 UT" Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Trinity Times 25 Trin- ity Torch 45 Iunior Play. MARY ELLEN HUGHES Ross MARIE HUSSEY Sf- MGFY Of C9119 St. Thomas Aquinas Ofchesfffl 1- Honor Society 45 Trinity Times 45 Student Scientists 35 French Club President 4. GRACE IANEK JANE JONES Lincoln St. Luke Student Scientists 3. DOROTHY KANTOR St. Odilo Class Secretary 35 So- dality Board 3, Treas- urer 45 Student Council 25 "T" Club l, 2, 3, 45 Cecilian Club l, 25 Va- riety Show l, 35 Cheer- leader 4. ROSEMARY KEANE St. Mark Student Scientists 45 Iunior P1ay5 Prom Committee 4. sodqhfy 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET ANN KEANE St. Angela Art Club 4. TANE KELLY St. Angela Thespians 45 Variety Show 1. GLORIA KENNEDY St. Giles Club Board 3, 45 Iunior Play Committee. THERESE KILGALLON St. Eulalia Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. MARY KLINGMAN Ascension Student Council 2. NORINE KRESICH Ascension Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, BARBARA LAHIFF St. William "T" Club l, 45 Student Scientists 3. MARY IANE KERRIGAN O. L. l-l. of Christians Sodality Board 45 "T" Club lg Trinity Torch 4. LORRAINE KISSANE Ascension Student Scientists 3. IEANNE KOBLISKA St. Bernardine Student Scientists 35 lunior Play. IUN E KRONSBEIN St. Catherine Trinity 3, 45 "T" Club 45 Student Scientists 4. IOAN LIETZO Our Lady ol the Angels Class President 45 Honor Society 4. IOAN LONERGAN Resurrection Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. CATHERINE LYNCH St. Luke Trinity Torch Editor Iunior Play. ELAINE MANN A Leslie Lewis School Student Council 4, Trinity Times 4, "T" Club 4. CATHERINE MEYERING St. Catherine ot Siena "T" Club l. RITA MONAHAN St. Giles Student Scientists 3. ANNE MORRISSEY S t, Odilo 4: Iunior Play Committee. St Giles Sodalityl 2 3 4 MARY PATRICIA MOYNIHAN ' T Q DOROTHY MAGEE St. Catherine ot Siena Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4. CLARA MAE MARCOTTE St. Luke Thespians 3, 4, Sodality Board 3, "T" Club l, 2, 3, Board 4, Trinity Torch 4, Student Scientists 3, lunior Play, Cheer- leader 4. PATRICIA MILLER St. Leonard Trinity 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. CLAIRE ANN MORAN St. Giles Class President 3, Student Council l, 2. IEANNE MORRISSY St. Lulce Sodality Board 4, "T' Club l, 2, 3, Board 4, Trinity Torch Associate Editor 4, Student Scien- tists 3, Glee Club 2, Iunior Play Committee, Variety Show 3. ROSEMARIE MUDRA St. Mary Sodality l, 2, 3,, 4. KATHERINE MULDOWNEY St. Catherine Student Scientists 3. ADELE MCCLELLAN St. Catherine Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4. RITA MCENROE Ascension Honor Society 45 Senate l. MARY MCGOVERN St, Mary ot Riverside Student Scientists 3. MARY ELLEN McKEOWN St. Bernardine Honor Society 45 Trinity Torch 45 Glee Club 2. IEANNE MCMAHON St. Luke Class Treasurer lj Student Scientists 35 lunior Play. Qt, L MARY MCBRIDE St. Catherine ot Siena "T" Club l, 25 Student Scientists 35 Iunior Play Committee. LORETTA MCDONALD Ascension "T" Club lg Student Scientists 45 Volleyball Captain 15 Basketball Captain l, 4. MARIE McGINTY Ascension Student Scientists 3. MARIORIE MCKEON St. Luke "T" Club 1, 2, 3, Board 45 Iunior Play Commit- tee5 Senior Prom Com- mittee5 Glee Club 25 Stu- dent Scientists, Treasurer 35 Variety Show 35 Sodality Board 3. LAURENE MCKIRNAN St. Angela Latin Club 3. LORRAINE MCMAHON Resurrection Sodality l, Z, 3, 4. PATRICIA MCNERNEY St. Barbara Sodality Board 4, Student Scientists 3. NANCY O'HAGAN St. Eulalia Class Secretary 4, "T" Club l, 2, Secretary 25 Student Scientists 3. MARY ELLEN O'REGAN St. Bernardine Student Scientists 35 Glee Club 2. MARY PANDOW St. Paul of the Cross Honor Society 4, Trinity Torch 4, Student Scientists 3. IOAN PARZ St. Francis of Home Sodality Board 4, Student Scientists 3, Cheerleader 4, Iunior Play. WINNEFRED PODOCK St. Mary of Riverside Student Scientists 3, Iunior Play. VIRGINIA NEUBAUER O. L. H. ot Christians Student Scientists 3. ROSEMARY O'KEEFE Ascension Student Council 4. ELLEN O'SHEA St. Angela "T" Club 45 Senior Prom Committee. YVONNE PARMENTIER St, Celestine Orchestra l, Q, 3, 4, lunior Play. KATHLEEN PESTER Ascension Honor Society 3, Presi- dent 4, Student Council 25 "T" Club Z, 35 Student Scientists President 35 Iunior Play Committee. MARION POLERECKY Our Lady of Holy Mount Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. MARY LOU POPP St. Mary ol Celle Orchestra l. AGNES MARY RIEBOCK St. Bernardine Sodality Board 45 Trinity Torch 45 Student Scientists 35 Iunior Play. ROSEMARY RILEY Ascension President lg Senior Prom Committee, LA VERNE ROCHFORD St. Odilo Steno-deb 4. PATRICIA RONEY St. Luke Thespians 3, Secretary 45 Student Scientists 35 Iunior Play. MARY IANE RUSSELL St. William Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. J. 9. DOROTHY REMIVIER St, Attracta lunior Play Committee. IOAN RILEY Ascension Thespians 45 Student Scientists 35 Iunior P1ay5 Variety Show 4. COLLEEN ROACHE St. Edmund Prom Committee 45 Cheerleader 4. HELEN IEAN ROGERS O. L. H. ot Christians Trinity 3, 45 Vice-President 45 l-lonor Society 45 Trinity Times 3, Editor 4 Iunior Play. CORINNE RUSKA St. Mary oi Riverside Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. BETTY RYAN O. L. H. ot Christians Sodality Board 35 Trinity Times 45 Student Scientists Secretary 35 Iunior Play Committee. REGINA RYAN S t. Luke Glee Club l, lunior Play, Variety Show 3. ALBERTA SCHARENBERG St. Giles Honor Society 3, 4, So- dality Secretary 4, Thes pians 3, 4, "T" Club 3, 4, Trinity Times 4, Orches- tra 3, 4, lunior Play. MARILYN SALMON S t. Angela Honor Society 3, 4, UT" Club l, 2, Board 4, lunior Play Committee. GENE SCHWIND Ascension Honor Society 3, Sec- retary 4, Thespians 3, President 4, Student Scientists 4, Iunior Play. DOLORES s'coT'r St. Simeon Trinity 2, 3, 4, "T" Club 4, Trinity Times 3, 4, Steno-deb President Cheerleader 4. MARY SERENO St. Mel Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN SMITH St. Catherine of Siena "T" Club 4. ELIZABETH SPELMAN St. joseph "T" Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Trinity Times 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4. HELEN SEITZ St. Vincent Ferrer "T" Club 4. DONNA SHEEHAN St. Giles Honor Society 4, Thespians 3, Vice-President 4, Student Scientists 3. THERESE SMITH St. Catherine of Siena "T" Club 4, Student Scientists 3 Glee Club l, ROSE MARIE STACEY Sacred Heart Iunior Play Committee EVELYN STECIAK St. Celestine , Glee Club l, 2. MARIE THOMAS St. Giles Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. AGNES TIERNEY St. Petronilla Trinity 2, 3, 4, Honor So- ciety 3, Vice-President 4, Student Scientists 3, Trinity Times 4, Senior Prom Committee, Sodal- ity Board 4. DARLEEN TROOST St. Vincent Ferrer "T" Club 4, Iunior Play Committee, Cheerleader 4. JANET TURNER St. Giles Art Club l, 2. PATRICIA VAN GETSON St. Edmund Glee Club 1, Iunior Play. U DOLORES STEVENS St. Eulalia Trinity 2, 3, 4, Student Scientists 3. LA VERNE THYFAULT St. Cyprian , Student Scientists 3, CATHERINE TORNEY St. Edmund Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Iunior Play. THERESE TUI-'ANO Presentation Iunior Play. MARILYN TYRRELL Ascension Student Council l, Trinity Times 4, Iunior Play Committee MARY IO WALPOLE St. Giles Class Vice-President 3 Honor Society 4. GRACE WERLEIN St. Leonard Sodality, Vice-President 45 Iunior Play. LA VERGNE WILEWSKI St. Genevieve Sodality Board 45 Iunior Play. RAMONA WINKLER St. Lucy Sodality l, 2, 3, 4. CHARLENE WOLLAK St. William Iunior Play. JUNE ZAROBSKY St Mary oi Riverside Glee Club l, 2. MARIAN WESTRICK Ascension Steno-deb Club 45 , Iunior Play Committee YVONNE WILLIAMS St. Edmund "T" Club 45 Iunior Play. RITA WINTER St. Edmund Honor Society 45 Student Council 45 lunior Play Committee. IANE WOOLLEY St. Catherine of Siena "T" Club lg Trinity Torch 45 Student Scientists 35 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. MARILOU ZIPPERER Spencer Student Scientists 35 Iunior Play. CDTHER CLASSES Jllllllllli Mary Lu Thomas President Barbara Kelly Alice Collins Mary Alice Wallach VicePresident Secretary Treasurer Emerging from the loewilderment ol their first days as upper classmen, the Iuniors found themselves in the midst ot preparations for their play Time of Glory, which they produced early in December. The traditional lunior-Senior Luncheon was reciprocated in the Seniors' Will when the latter bequeathed their position as the foremost class in the school to the Iuniors. I. ADDEMS T. ANCONA N. ANDERMAN E. ANDREOTTI I. ARQUILLA K. AUER A. BANDUR . , , W e ' i 'VL BARRY r fr. tt. 1 i i" ' rrd r B. BELANGER ' ..4 i i , D. BESAL if 3 ' A : I. BODDEKER P. BIEHLE I. BLASKIEWICZ B. BOGART B. BOLLER P. BRADLEY R. BUNTA S. BULFER I. CAIN B. CALLAHAN I. CAMPBELL R. CANAR E. CASEY L. CAVALLO P. CAVENAGH I. CINQUEGRANI M. CINQUEGRANI A. COLLINS M. CONDON I. COSTELLO I. COX M. CRANE I. CREWS P. CROSSEN I. CUNNINGHAM B. CURTIS L. CUTTONE D. CZAIKA M. DE CHIARO R. DEEGAN M. DIETRICH L. DOBBECK M. DOMAS A. DONNELLAN N. DORAN L. DOWLING B. DOYLE C. DUDA T. DUDEK D. DUNPHY M. DVORAK ,,.v-4,45 W' AQ . ' 5. Q' HV r 3 in im I i ., - W 'YQ' . Q' .s N. . Y . ff. Y 2 .. fa- 'ff 52 ' . 2 12... 9 4 . , f I ffx b?fis:sf. :? 1 .. ' D. EBERLE V. EIFF P. EINRIGHT I- FAUL D. FEELEY M. I-'INN I. FITZGERALD M. FITZGERALD B. FOLEY I. FOREIT R. FRANZEN L. GALUP I- GIBBONS M. GILL A. GREELEY M. GRIFFIN M. GUBBINS M. GIES M. HAGARTY I. HAGELUND D. HALEY I. HALL P. HALLIS A. HALM W. HANSEN I. HARMON I. HECK P. HEINZ P. HENNESSY E. HIGGINS I. HIGGINS T. HIGGINS I. HOGAN L. HOWES I. HUDON D. HUMPHREVILLE I. IACOBSON G. IOHNSON I. IOYCE G. IUDAI-I B. KAHLER L. KARLICEK B. KEEGAN M. KELLEHER B. KELLY P. KELLY R. KELLY I. KETKE L. KENNEDY R. KENNEDY S. KENNY B. KERLEY G. KENNEDY P. KORBUS P. KORBUS R. KRAFT I. LARRY B. LAVIN I. LAWLER I. LAWLEY ' 4- M. LEANDER 4 R. LE CLERC I. LENNARTZ R. LINDMEIER P. LOCKETT sf M. LONG ' ' M. LOSH .I M. LOWE A A. LYALL . 54 L. LORDEN M. LYALL M. Mccmsr: "' M. MCCARTHY L. MCCAWLEY D. McDONALD E. MCHALE I. McINERNEY I. MCKERR R. MCLAUGHLIN M. MCMAHON ld uvz 30, I . 21 ff' Y. I we Ii 125. , 5 . iff ni ., W Wx .-an Y Q .wa T' lll'HOM0ltE bqbn E P Barbara Young President . Patricia Buckley Ioanne Altmann Margaret Thomas Vice-President Secretary Treasurer The mighty Sophomores rose valiantly to the occasion of their double periods of biology and decided to have a circus as the highlight of their year's program. Under the capable direction ot the biology teacher herself, animals, gymnastics, side shows, and balloons all delighted an enthusiastic audience. These athletic girls next cheered their first team to the basketball championship of the school. The final eyent in their second year came on Class Day when they passed from lower to upper classmen. i ' A. ALESSIO A . . 4' I. ALLEN K W. 'E YI? . , . M. AHERN ' 1 . . . P ' R AS' i 1. ALTMANN .Q 1 - .. , . A Y QA .W . . Q, M. ANDERSON -,-f , , ' N. ANTHONY f t sisi n .- t , ' A M. ATKINSON 1 3 ' f 'W t .iliss , 1. BARRETT 1 . 1 A, I 4 ..,s 1 A. BASIL . ' fl . V i , z. BAUBKUS Y Q: 1 Ei ..-wr' D. BAZAUNT is G 1-ji I y ...' K. BERARD , t " Z . , A R 1. BLUM f. A - , A . . ' , M. BLUM Q 1 J , Y tlltt A M. BRENNAN M ,,,V.t A . , A v. BRIZZOLARA J' -.gf if M. Rnoucnx P. RUCKLEY X K A .11 Q . V. BURCHAM lj A 3 4 - A M. BUTLER B. KAHLER L. KARLICEK B. KEEGAN M. KELLEHER B. KELLY P. KELLY R. KELLY , I. KETKE L. KENNEDY R. KENNEDY S. KENNY B. KERLEY G. KENNEDY P. KORBUS P. KORBUS R. KRAFT I. LARRY B. LAVIN I. LAWLER I. LAWLEY ki . fb' WWE ,, 52 Wag I M. LEANDER Ig. . 5, R. LE cuanc it 1. LENNARTZ R. LINDMEIER ' M P. Locxmr M. LONG 5. Q L. LORDEN 'NJ M. LOSH I M. Lows A. LYALL M. LYALL L M. MCCABE ' M. MCCAHTHY L. MCCAWLEY D. MCDONALD A E. MCHALE I. MCINERNEY I. McKERR R. MCLAUGHLIN M. MCMAHON 19 .ww YZ' Q wr I L 'G' ff 'Q .iw ,L A f L' .Q -12' 3 I my :ig I 51 P'-Z -1. Mm, M Q. M, Rav' g.. , . eb s lfi Q y f 5 A x r? . '. k 'Q' 'I A R. MCNAMARA M. MCNELLIS P. MCNELLIS A. MCNICHOLS I. MADIGAN C. MAGGOS W. MAHER M. MAIER M. MALEVITIS A. MALLOY C. MARSHALL M. MARZANO E. MAYES A. MEYER M. MLADY M. MOORE M. MORAN I. MORRIS B. MULLENBACH N. NORTH B. NORTON S. NOVAK I. NUNZIATO D. OBIREK P. O'DONNELL L. OLSON P. O'MEARA N. O'NEIL P. O'NEIL B. O'REILLY S. ORGAN M. O'SULLlVAN M. PERKINS I. PESEK F. PHELAN M g . PINTER V Y , M. QUINN M. REEB B. REIDY D. REILING R. REMPE I - A. RENDAS f -A E. R1c.oN1 I . C. RITCHIE D. ROBINSON B. ROVER I. RYAN M. SALERNO M. SCHLICHT I. SCHMIDT C. SMITH '- S. SOLAWETZ ' E. SCHUTTER ' B. STEBER 2 . 15 ' . S M. suzxnsn .. . . U3 I 4..- r IW . ' A. STEWART M. STONE B. SUBERT F. SWANSON P. TEICHEN M. L. THOMAS R. THOMPSON L. TOKARZ I. VALLEAU H. VAN LAERE E. VANTOMME L. VERBILLION I. VEHNUCCIO M. VITT D. WACHHOLZ M. WALLACH M. WALSH B. WESTRICK M. WHALEN R. WHITE P. WILKIN E. WILLIAMS N. WILSON I. WRIGHT D. YARIO 4 .- l IIPHIIMUIQE Barbara Young President W - Patricia Buckley Ioanne Altmann Margaret Thomas Vice-President Secretary Treasurer The mighty Sophomores rose Valiantly to the occasion of their double periods of biology and decided to have a circus as the highlight of their year's program. Under the capable direction of the biology teacher herself, animals, gymnastics, side shows, and balloons all delighted an enthusiastic audience. These athletic girls next cheered their first team to the basketball championship of the school. The final event in their second year came on Class Day when they passed from lower to upper classmen. 1 ,Ti M. AHERN s l ' A. Auzsslo , W V 'A W! Ai I.. I 1. ALLEN . . V, , K ' - ,, T 1. ALTMANN QA :JAG -is , if ' , M. ANDERSON W., . 2 -f r f - N. ANTHONY ' L r... L skst , . X M. ATKINSON ' ii L r - , M Anma'r'r . ' 1 ' ., m I' B ... 1 A , 1 lg - A. Msn. y T A fl.: ' l T W' M z. BAUBKUS 3, JF g, -, ff D. BAZAUNT y eg .1 'MW - ... K. BERARD W L - " K 1 ' V ' I. BLUM ,L , , , , .,,s ' " . L L , M. BLUM jr 4 'L , f rr,f w M. BRENNAN Q . I Q 1 ' V v. BRIZZOLARA 1 .. N N ' ,f M. nnouczx if I L V 'lf P. BUCKLEY 1, isi, y i - - r - V. BURCHAM . N r M. BUTLER if i f- It L is T N. CAIN - -Al U- I. CAIRO I. CALLAGHAN -, ',, M. CAMPISE E. CARLINO ' ' I. CARTWRIGHT 'uv N. CHAMBERS M. A. CHIASSON B. CHLEBAK I. CLARK D. COLLIAS .S F. CONE . H. T. COONEY f S. CARTWRIGHT R. COWAN I. COX P. CRAIG E. CROSS - A. DALEY , P. DALTON X 4 sr 2'-1 A 5 Nw I 9.51 ,,,... f. ln f . i I Mi, F T .Q ,A 1 ' do V J' fa- 7 A . , qi.. .. 5 H, .IIIIJII .,rfQQgf1?L If ., 'slag Qggi 13 .., dm, 4' J Q Q fa ff x X P. DALY I - ii. M. E. DAVIS I. DEGEN I. DE ROSE - ' M. DETTLE F. DEWBRAY D. DIFINO P. DONAHUE ' E. DONEGAN M. DOODY I. DOOLEY P. DOYLE R. DOYLE E. FERRARO G. FIALA I. FITZGERALD N. A. FITZPATRICK I. FLYNN Gi . Nfy 1' Wx '1 2? S, il? in, ,- fa ji. O ! L' Q, ...lv B. FOGARTY ,, . P I ' R"g , I. FOLLETTIE M. FOLEY A R. FOLEY 1 'Qi' . . .f K-FORD ' I 1 I4 W AI ...I If A J I I ' A '. I L. FORSTER I. GANNON M. GIBBONS A. GLADSTONE M. GLADSTONE q M. E. Goormzv I A iii- .S f by 1. GOODALL 41 1 ' ' ' . ., M. I. GOVE A. T. GOWGIEL A. GRAHAM S. E. GROGAN D. HANNA N. HARTMAN ' ,un 1 'IIlIIIII'i, 1 J. Q , B. 1. HARTE 1. K- I 4: 'L f . P. HAYMAN S. HEALD P. HEALY I. HENNEBERRY S HIGGINS 1 'I gf- -nz 1 ' an .4 C. HETZEL I ' 5 ' A-vi Q . . I ' V: K My .4 K A g S I HOFF M ? qv 4... ia' 'D-1' mr' .JE I Wav? 4a5""7'-fr- A ":-': P' 9... 5' i A af W 'fz Q LM' ' Q. Q S 1 i . W LLL,L x I , I 'zru .J I H ' A2. P "::A: I i A 5 . 5 ' lu 1- ww? A. ' , 'Ii 2 ' ' if l . - .uv W I .0 . my 4 L Y M Q vm.. -. , ': I rr .ff 1' 4- . P 5 4' " if x Q W 12-PV . , AS FIL A yszs V' k. , L. HOSTY I. HUGHES P. HUGHES B. HUNT I. HUSCH M. IAMES N. IAROS P. IICKA T. IOZEFOWICZ R. KAREL A. KELLY M. T. KELLY M. KELLY P. KELLY I. KENNEDY A. KENNEY P. KEOGH A. KIEFER P. KILEY C. KROGER M. KRUPKA K. LENNON I. LOFTON L. LUTZ L. MCDONOUGH F. McGINNIS K. MCGRAW M. Mc GUIRE E. MCLEOD B. MCNAMARA P. MCNEAL M. McSWEENEY I. MADDEN C. MADDOCK K. MAHONEY P. MAIER C. MALECKI R. MANAHAN D. MANNA P. MASTRO M. MATOUSEK I. MATTION P. MEEHAN P. MICHAELS R. MORRISON M. MORROW G. MUDRA R. MULLINS I. 'MULVIHILL D. MURNANE B. MURPHY B. I. MURPHY I. NEMEC P. NOVAK D. NOWAK I. O'BRIEN M. O'NEILL H. O'SHAUGI-INESSY A. PAQUE D. PARENT! M. PASIN L. PECARO D. PERRY 7. POLIDORI L. POOLE M. A. POWELL M. PRESTO R. PULEO c. QUINN A I 1 'I fa D. RAT '. RAY M. RAYMOND A. REEB M. REEDY I. REIDY M. RILEY M. ROLLER B. ROMANO D. ROWLEY P. RUANE B. RULAU I. RYAN D. SASGEN M. SAUER ,-4 gg G. SBARBORO N. SBARBORO M. SCHAREK H. SCHMIDT B. SCHMIT H. SCHNEIDWIND P. SHANNON D. SHIELDS M. I. SIROTEK I. SPIELMAN M. SPINELL I. SPLON D. STAEHLE C. STORKAN I. STRENING G. SULLIVAN I.. SULLIVAN B. SVITAK R. SULLIVAN 4 ' 'W P. SWADE . 'W ' , I - w .,-, G. SW K. SWANSON P. TAGLIABUE D TIETZ M. THOMAS ,P f A ...-- , .M if "I" A M. TIERNEY I 4 ..,,, K ' ' L, AY L- ..,, . L Y T ANSON , 1 f EI 5 , I , 1 . 5 I A M. TRAUBA - J ' -4 'K M. TROTTER V. TUERK G. VEGA I. VRANEK S. WALSH xi ' 'rf - ' . my A,,'1- -.-K W U' ,QT gh ff N 1 .-4, ,. M. wma i -V I ' A M. WELDON W., " ' IS -4,,..AL.... f M. WELLS E. WHITE M. WILL B. YOUNG M. ZITO Not Pictured: D. SMALL M. TURNER , A l . .1 Q FRE HME The shy silent group of Freshmen who awaited their first report cards were quite different from the energetic crowd that attended their Halloween dance. By February these lower classmen were again in the fore when they launched a family rosary drive. By the end of the year the transformation was complete. With slightly condesce ndzng tones these experienced, efficient Sophomores-to-be replied to the inquiries of the silent, awed future Freshmen who were attending the eighth grade party. Needless to say, the impres- sion made on the youths was stupendous I. BOLGER M. CAHILL C. CANTU I. CASEY M. E. ADDEMS c. ADDUCI v. ADDUCI G. ALFANO c. ALLABASTRO J. ALLEN 3 A. ARCHIBALD R. ARLAUCKAS M. L. ARMOUR I. BARRETT I. BASTIEN K. BENIACS N. BERTAUT IZ. BERTUCCI B. BRAULT M. P. BREEN P. BRENNOCK P. BROCKMEYER K. BRODERICK M. BURKE I. CARROLL C. CAUGHEY M. CAVALLO P. CHAT A. CHENAL M. CHESTNUT M. CINQUECJRANI N. COLLINS M. L. CONDON V. CONROY M. COTTER M. COX C. CUNNINGHAM - 3. C? R. CURRY I. CUSACK H. CUNNINGHAM M M. DALEIDEN I. DALEY I A A 1. DARLEY V ' F. DICOSTANZO - . . . R. DIVANE , . .,. A 'QV' 1. DOLAN f" I ' ,R V 1, B. DONAHUE . fd' .. . K. DOHAN 3 ' S R . . M' DOUGHERTY 4 . I - l QF . fx 5 A A - G. DOWIAT 1 1. DUDA .w , ..- M. DURRIN , V R , ...I . A. ELBBRECHT I " 5 V 1 M. RI.I.sNsoHN I-M V A 1. ENRIGHT :R H' I 1 I A. FARAGO 1u....! , A ...f P. FINNEGAN . M. FITZSIMMONS 8 In V 5 v. FLANAGAN V - ' I M. A. FLYNN I Q 1 1. FOGARTY ' .. , 1- M. FRANK ' 1 ' I Dx. M. FRETT x 4 .al 41 ...I I4 M. A. GALVIN V .V , V V 1, ps R. GIBLIN 1 f .V -A I .A M. GIES I I I gl, , 1 V I ' " D. GINOCCHIO .. V " ' 15,1 M. GLADSTONE I I ' " 4 1. GRAFER 1 - ' I 1 : 'AR. . M. GRANNAN . A if -.,.. 1 I.. GREEN I V- I . 5 I I 1' Q.. P. GRoss ,, if A f G D. HANNAGAN I VV I - fl 'iw '7 R. HANSEN VI., ,I R. HANSON V . 7 . , M- 5 I ' 1. HARK 4 ...V I I I D. HAYDEN A.. ' J- 4 Q., ' -. ' x I H-i'--- S A. HRNNELLY I ,, . B. HENNIGAN A. HIGGINS ' N. HIGGINS I D. HINE:s I.. KELLEY I . I 1. HOLLENBACH 1 - 9 ' -A M. A. HOMER P. HOPKINSON P. HORMAN M. HUMMEL M. INGLESBY M. ISBRANDT v. IENSEN . G I. IOHNSON M. KAHLER I. KEENAN N. HINNI M. I. KENNEDY M. KEOWN N. KILBURG ll.. . Q QQ? R. KILLIPS C KING if '15, KINGSBURY M. KLINGIZ M. KNOWLES N. KNOWLES ...... I I M.KoE1aE1. .4 A. KOSIEK M. LA FOND H. LAHIFF P. LASAR M. LAWLEY I. LEIDER I. LEUTHESSER S. LINDMEIEH D. LINDSAY M. LINDSTROM 1. LONG 1 - . -, I I A I . 3? I I- M 6 ? - Q, ' .wp A ..: A . M of gh, .Q" . Q 'I 'X' L.. R. LUCZAK B. LYNCH N. MacGILLIS M. MCALLISTER D. MCCAFFREY C. McDONAI.D M. MCGOVERN E. McGREEVY M. MCGUINN M. MCHALE M. MCKEON C. MCKIRNAN H. McLEAN M. MAHER M. MAHONEY M. MAI-IONIIY CL. MANFREDI P. MARTIN L. MASSEY K. MASSMAN M. MATTUCCI I. MAY G. MAYES I. MILAN M. MILANO E. MOONEY V. MORAN B. MORRIS I. MORRISSY I. MOYLAN I. MULCARE M. MULLINS M. MULVIHILL I. NELSON B. NEWMAN A. NOLAN N. O'BRIEN B. O'I-IARA M. O'NEILL I. O'REILLY E. ORRICO L. ORTMAN A. O'SHAUGI'INESSY M. OTTO A. PAOLI vI. PARKER ,. , Y. PARTIPILO Q2 f' X I E. QUINN I 1. RAMBAUD ' ' M. RATEGAN ' , M. RAUTENBUSH I I 1. REICI-IEL1' 1 4 I! VI. L. REINKE ' R. REMPE . V - M. M. REULAND H M. M. RIORDAN E. RoAcII , 4 - 4 I Q M. ROACH ' - 1 I H. ROBERTS N IX - ' " I. ROBERTS ' M. A. ROSATI I 4 I A M. ROTCHEORD . R. 1. RUGGIO . '- I A. Russo N. M. RYAN N. 1. RYAN - 1- A, 4-- I-Sf L-. fI. SAMMON 1. SANTEN . M. SASGEN , A . ,Q V W ,LV G. SCHARENBERG 5.4 , ' Y p- "' A ,A C. SERENO '! . I V T. SCHMIDT . Aw- h . . ' - P. sI-IANAHAN ... -f 1R'V I X5 A - " 4. SHIMKEWICZ -1' v. SICKING N - A . ' N. SIEVERS , A f . , I I - . -r. SITKIEWICZ . - ' .- f. f A. SLATTERY . ' . A L. SLAWINSKI 1 ' - I - A s. SLOAN 1 . - :. SMITH I A , ' E. SMITH , "' Q I A If - . z - 1. SMITH 1. I, . Y. sPRAEIcA .,J ,Q in M. E. swEENEY ' ' 1. swEENEY " I ' I Q all E 5 I -' ,K L A 1. S as c. 1'RoscII , Q 1 - . R. TYRRELL 4 A P. vAcco , J . G. VALENTINE , . . - D. VANTOMME I. THEISS D. THIM K.. 'Q' I. 1'EsIIA A ' , 55' I LX I S 1. vIETzEN . V -. If . .- 1.wAI.sH L f ,i V- -I I v. WALSH - . . if . , V, mal " M. 1. WALSTON 1 A I A I. WATSON ' 9 :. vARco 4' 1 K G. WATTS 3 4 A , ' A L.. B A , 1. E. WESSELMAN N , ' t C. WHITE I Q ,LY W .I - I. M. WIELAND ' " ' Q 1 F. WILLIAMS ,A--' AZ - 1 an , , 'iinf ' A. WOODWHHD ' f A 1. WRIGHT K - b A' 4 .1 Q 0 . 3? , 0 R. WILLIAMS - "V 'M' E3 ' - ll I igl QQ 13101 1 ' In 5 .. .a, 'A I v -2. .1 J l, 3 93 H' P IRI 75, 14 U . t? . Q 1 x X . . . F ni, ff Q K -Q' . .ln I . ' Fw, U ' ' . . 5 r 1. . O ,1 1 Q I O Q . 5 I , ' Q A O - , . C S- .. ,: - A-.-' , ff: "j 8 - 51' -. wi 3 P ff? 1 .' ff' xii- fy if 'S 1,225 A QI ' -L :J '35, 4 , ' rf Ui .,.m,u.,L 5...-n ,IAL 1 K 1 4 N 1 1 2 , +I!2 1 WY? 7' ' .a K.. ' '-: '.'-,fm ' 1 ir" ' I- I I 2 I - , 1 ' - F " 55 ,. 5 f - 9" . ' 3:35 :nth K, I ': MACH ofthe HIILY GHIL T Every year We assemble in the gymnasium for the first Mass of the year. Here We pray that God will help us during the cc miia school months, and that He will send the Holy Ghost down to us to fill our hearts with truth and aoodness so that we may be :oifie Worthy citizens of this World and of the heavenly world to coine. This Mass strikes the keynote of our Christian education. Tie development of charity and aood-will toward our fellowm-an is tie foundation of our training. By the time We reach high school we have been instructed in the elements of our religion, but this knowl- edge must be broadened into an unfaltering faith if we are to become useful citizens. Between our Blessed Mother and us there is a special love. Mary is our model of kindness and tolerance. We try to in itcte her virtues in our daily lives. lf we do this, we, as Catholic Wcmen will be able to attack and solve the difficult problems of our t mes and in particular, to contribute to the maintenance of pecce. CHAPLAI IIFFICE Last fall when we crossed the threshold to begin another year, we discovered that a change had taken place. That ever-smiling face of Father loseph McDonald was among the missing, he had been called to duties at the University of Laval, Quebec. In his place he left a very competent successor, Father I. I. Hagan, Who had studied at Columbus, Ohio, Providence, Rhode Island, and at the House of Studies, River Forest, Illinois. His most recent assign- ment had been at St. Alberts parish in Minneapolis, Minnesota. During his first year as chaplain here Father Hagan has been a guide to all those in need. He is never too busy, nor in such a hurry that he cannot stop to help us with our problems. His in' structive classes aim to prepare us for the great responsibilities that we will face in the future. Flllllllllllt FATHER SAMUEL CHARLES MAZZUCHELLI ln l828 an unknown ltalian Dominican brother, Samuel Charles Mazzuchelli, in response to an appeal made by Bishop Fenwick, volunteered to devote his life to Work in the distant mission fields of America. ln the years that followed he became the great missionary priest of the Northwest. During his arduous labors, which have been faithfully recorded in his Memoirs, he gathered a group of Women and trained them for the religious life, thus establishing the Third Order of the Congregation of the Most Holy Rosary, of the Dominican Crder. These Sisters immediately began their Work of teaching, inspired by the heroic virtue of their holy founder. His indomitable patience and self-denial are mirrored to-day in the lives of the Sisters who are mem- bers of our high school faculty. CHAPEL COME TO ME ALL YOU THAT ARE BURDENED AND llWlLL REFRESH YOU The chapel is truly the center ot daily lite tor all Trinity girls. lt is a haven ot silence away from the con- tusion ot busy people. Here a kindly Father awaits the visits oi His daughters. Nor does He wait in vain, tor most Trinitarians stop on their Way past the chapel long enough to say at least a short prayer. Prayers tor success in exams, or a date for the prom, as Well as requests tor family, school, country, and the World find their way from tull hearts to that all-pure Heart ot lesus. lt00M ACTIVITIE The spirit of Christmos awakened in every home room as the girls shared their generos ty with all ports ot the World: to missions oi lndia ond of other toreiqn lands, to colored missions in our own country and to orphonages and other charitable institutions ot our city. The season is brightened for many by the gifts of toys and sweets from Room 204. Left lo right: Rosemary Luczak, Eileen McGreevy and Mar- garet McGovern. The books sent by Room 113 to the Columbia mission bring smiles t the children's faces. Oranges grow for the Little Sisters of the Poor as Room 213 add their share. Left to right: Agnes Mary Riebock, Patricia Roney, Mary Pandow and Ieanne McMahon. The officers of the Blessed Martin Mission Society of Room 302 proudly view the results of their labors. Left to right: Alice Collins, Patricia Biehle, Ianice Costello and Margaret Barry. Room 307 extends Christmas Cheer to St. Hedwig's Orphans. UHAPEL COME TO ME AILL YOU THAT ARE BURDENED AND IAVVILL REFRESH YOU The chapel is truly the center ot daily lite tor all Trinity girls. lt is a haven ot silence away from the con- fusion ot busy people. Here a kindly Father awaits the Visits ot His daughters. Nor does He wait in Vain, tor most Trinitarians stop on their Way past the chapel long enough to say at least a short prayer. Prayers tor success in exams, or a date for the prom, as Well as requests tor family, school, country, and the World find their way from tull hearts to that all-pure Heart ot Iesus. UHRI Tlllllt CRIB GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEQ! At the traditional Christ- rnas Crib each year, the Students ot Trinity gather rn a rnist ot blue light ta pay homage to the Christ Childt Tranquility Surrounds the simple scene, Watched over by the Angel at Peace. . . . Marching through the hcdl the French club carols. . . . As cm echo, comes the refrain of the glee clubs hymns of praise, CARULER Rlllllll ACTIVITIE The spirit of Christmas awakened in every home room as the girls shared their generos ty with all parts of the world: to missions oi lndia and of other foreign lands, to colored missions in our own country and to orphanages and other charitable institutions of our city. as iis-rr X The season is brightened for many by the gifts of toys and sweets from Room 204. Leif to right: Rosemary Luczak, Eileen McGreevy and Mar- garet McGovern. The books sent by Room 113 to the Columbia mission bring smiles to the children's faces. Oranges grow for the Little Sisters ot the Poor as Room 213 add their share. Left to right: Agnes Mary Riebock. Patricia Honey. Mary Pandow and Ieanne McMahon. The officers of the Blessed Martin Mission Society oi Room 302 proudly view the results ot their labors. Left to right: Alice Collins, Patricia Biehle. Ianice Costello and Margaret Barry. Room 307 extends Christmas Cheer to St. Hedwig's Orphans. lllllltlllll' Our annual spiritual retreat was conducted by Reverend I. M. Nugent, O. P., formerly of Fenwick l-ligh School. A separate two day retreat was scheduled, the first on Monday and Tuesday for the Seniors and the luniors, and the second on Vifednesday and Thursday for the Sophomores and Freshmen. Fath.er pointed out that we could attain the spirit of the retreat by keeping perfect silence so that we could better meditate during communions, conferences, and Benediction be- cause from this concentrated attention We see more clearly our true goal in life, and the - - Reverend I. M. Nugent, O. P. means of reaching it. Re,,ec,, Mme, Left: The acolytes accompany the Blessed Sacrament. Left to right: Emily Gaumond. LaVergne Wilewski. Upper center: At odd moments the students make visits. Left to right: Adele McClellan, Betty Ryan. Iune Kronsbein. Lower center: A Iunior home room provides pamphlets for spiritual reading. Left to right: Ellen O'Shea, Mary McGovern, Barbara Decho. Margie Feeley. Right: Between conferences the girls do spiritual reading. Lett to right. first row: Mary Ioan Sirotek, Berna- dette Murphy. Second row: Rosemary Sullivan, Kathleen Mahoney. Third row: Darlene Nowak, Mary Ann l..aFond. UIMLITY The Sodality is devoted to the ideals Mary holds most dear. ln supplying the needs ol the poor and in working for the good of others, our Lady teaches us The meaning of true love. The sodalists change bulletin board news. Leflto right: Geraldine Mudra, Phyllis , Iicka, Mary Ann Powell, Geraldine Fiala, Edna McLeod. They learn how to lay out the vestments lor mass, Left to right: Barbara Donahue, Rose- mary Giblin, Iudy Iohnson, Angela Farago. They prepare to be ol assistance in the future. Left to right: Mary Ann LaFond. f Ieanne Cusack, Audrey Elbrecht, i Virginia Flanagan, Rita Divane. Grace Werlein Norinne Burrell fQueenl Agnes Mary Riebock Alberta Schurenberg Iune Derme Clara Mae Murcoite l.uVergne Wilewski Agnes Tierney Ioan Pcxrz Ieanne Morrissy Dorothy Kcmtor Ieanetie Catalcmo The prefect ot the sodality, together with eleven attendants who have Worked With her to promote love for Mary, now crown their Queen. The glee club raise their voices in the loveliest songs of May. The harmonies ot the Latin litany are produced by the Fresh- rnen. Everyone joins her voice in Marys favorite praise, the rosary. SCHC ASTIC i 1 -- ,Val -:' t-31 . YZ U? 41 lk' 1' . A - ir 5 1. .., vga. 4--1. ff ? C4 ' If I ' - 0 'g x X . 3 F -Uri, 1 ft qu 1 O X 'W-'. I I 1 f: '. . f .?r"'-P Q . Q 0 K 1 Q I Q C 5 I O + , ' 4. 1. . ,Q -1 , 2 1:3 - 15' Egg" Q55 if -1 ,L . 1.1 f' 'ffl 1 A .': .iff 5 , .'55::. - I, 'Ng Fifi.. 1 1-nu-ms "EFA LATHIHIP STREET 3 f 3 F EE. f E at TE SEPTEMBER ENTRANCE DIVISIIIN STIiEE'I' JUNE EXIT Fllllli CIIIINERS 0F UUR WOIiLII Clll CE The Physics class ectrmcxty. Left to right: Beth clenllst s Presiden Foreseeing the growing importance ot science in the world ot tomorrow, the scientific department, as earlv as l935, alliliated itself With the Student Scientist Clulo of America, now a'i interna- tional organization. Trinity was the eighteenth school in lllinois to ozganize a branch, at which time there were forty-eight units in the nation. Bit the present time there are three hundred seventyftive ir the stcte and seven thousand four hundred nineteen in tl1e Whc le organization. Since the club is devoted to the turthering oi scientitic lcnovlf edge, the members pledge themselves to uphold the ' traditions ot true science. ideals and experiments with static el ' ' Rover, Aud rey Halm, Ieamxe Harmon Elizabeth Williams, Noreen Doran, Mary Iecmnc- Crane Student S ' ' ' t. C UMMERLM A group of typists meet the challenge ol working for accuracy and speed Lelt to right: Mary Ellen llen O'Shea, Pat- est- Hughes. E ricia Brady. Marian W rick, lean Campagna, Mary Lou Bluett, Mary Lou Popp LaVerne Hochford. As iiproaress' is the symbol ot education, our commercial department has accepted this challenge by assuming the responsi- l't ot supplyina workers to meet employment demands. e a tremendous mass ot detail requires As the ability to get alona t importance, bi i y . ., , 'ness cours- d rliness, , I ot utmos ' advance- ln the busi attention, accuracy, and or e with employers and with other workers is the classes aim to create this adaptability so that rapid ment will be more frequent and work conditions happier. Our aims are to send into the business World, as Well as in the social world, youna women imbued with hiah ideals, characte alitv. GTI d person to F Htl E EllllNlIlVIlllt' Va-ui Front row, left to right: Barbcxrl Lahitf, Mary E. McKeown. Back row, left to right: Ieanne NICMO- hon, Marilyn Frenzel, Yvonne Parmentier. Rosemary O'Keefc-. Marion Polerecky, Norine Kresiclt. Rita Crowe. First row. left to right: Dorothy Wachholz, Ioan Hudon, Angeleen Renders. Second row. let! to right: Iosephine Cinquegrani, Mary Cinquegrani, Ieanete Vernuccio. Third row, left to right: Ioyce Pesek, Eileen Rigoni. Rita Hasty. The chief aim of household arts is to promote the fe eliig of deeper appreciation of the home and family living. Clothing is studied in relation to the personality of the student. By the close of the term each girl has mastered the fundamentals so as to create a tailored suit or coat of which she may be proud, The class in foods is conducted through discussion, demonstra tion, and laboratory Work. These discussions include a thorough study of nutrition so that the student has a general knowledge of the essentials of a good diet. Other interesting facts about foods ore learnedg for example, how food affects happiness as well as: healthg and how variety can be introduced into the dailf rienu Tl DENT llllllllllllllll 'l' Lett to right. first row: Mary V. Fitzgerald, La Vergne Horwath. Alice Coughlin. Elaine Manna, Georgette Gaumond, Rosemary O'Keefe. Rita Winter, Lauretta Anderson. Second row: Catherine Torney, Mary Chestnut. Eileen McGreevy, Mary I. Sirotek, Theresa Iozetowicz. Patricia Buckley, lane Reidy. Ioan Foreit. Barbara Kelly. Third row: Charlotte Hetzel. Delphine Obirek. Ioan Fitzgerald. LaVerne Verbillion. lean Barrett. Betty I. Murphy. Nancy Fitzpatrick. Patricia O'Donnell, Ianice Costello. Ioan O'Brien. Ellen McHale. Ioan Fitzgerald. ln 1927 a Student Council was organized at Trinity High School and was reorganized in 1945. The present constitution was put into operation at the beginning of 1946. ln the spring new officers were elected. The purpose of the Council is to establish the prin- ciples ot Christian leadership laid down in our Holy Fathers encyclical, and to help to foster each girl's interest in God, in her neighbor, and in her country. TRI WY TIME Helen lean Rogers Edilor The Trinity Times, issued monthly, is now in the thirteenth year ot publication. The newspaper was tor- merly called the T N T, but in l938 the name was changed to the present form. The paper is produced by an editorial and business staff oi twenty girls, under the supervision ot a iaculty adviser. Key positions are held by Seniors, with undergraduates working as reporters collecting news from their respective classes. The Times is a member ot Quill and Scroll, an nte r- national society tor high school journalists, the llincis State High School Association, and the Scholastic Press Guild of Chicago. The paper has received the Quil, and Scroll's international tirst place award almost every year ot its history. At Table, lei! to right: Rose Marie Hussey, lane Dailey, Alberta Scharenberg, Barbara Dooley, and Agnes Tierney. Rear, Ielf to right: Dolores Scott, Helen lean Rogers, Emily Gaumond, Betty Spelman, Elaine Mauna, and Marilyn Tyrrell. TRI ITY 'I'0ltUll Upper picture. left to right: Rita Hosly. Clara Mae Marcolte. Mary Pandow, lane Woolley. and Mary lane Kerrigan. Lower picture, lei! fo right: Mary Ellen McKeown, Rita Brandstrader, Kay Lynch, Agnes Mary Riebock, and Ieanne Morrissy. The Trinity Torch, Trinity's year book under its new name, appears again with the dawn ot peace. The statt, under the able leadership ot Catherine Lynch, chose the name Trinity Torch as the torch is the symbol ot Saint Dominic, and because the year book will serve to keep bright the memories of our high school days. The stait wishes to thank all those who assisted in producing the book, particularly the Senior otticers. lt also presents orchids to our capable workers, Rose Marie l-lussey and Marjorie lvlclieong Helen Belvedere, Therese Smith and Ioan Foreit, our artists, and to Ellen O'Shea, Dolores Scott, Marilyn Tyrrell, as Well as our other long- suftering typists. Edjfoy Catherine Lynch H0 0R 0UlE'I'Y Top picture, first row, seated left to right: Agnes Tierney, Kathleen Pester. Gene Schwind, Noreen Doran, Nancy O'Neil, Patricia O'Donnell, Patricia Galligan. Second row, left to right: Betty Spelman, Rita Hosty, Lenore Dobheck, Dona Sheehan, Alberta Scharenberg. Left picture. first row: Marianne Moore, Lenore Dobbeck, Noreen Doran, Nancy O'Neil, Barbara Mullenbach, Lois Lorden, Margaret Barry. Second row: Ellen McHale, Betty Kerley, Patricia O'Donnell, Ioan Cain, Kathleen Auer, Therese Higgins, Elizabeth Williams, Maryhelen Dietrich, Marianne Vitt, Ioyce Higgins. Right picture. left side. first row: Rita Winter, Mary Pandow, Rita Brandstrader. Second row: Ioan Lietzo, Iune Denne, Helen lean Rogers. Right side, first row: Ieanette Catalano, Marilyn Salmon, Marilyn Healy. Second row: Mary Io Walpole. Patricia Galligan, Donna Sheehan. Third row: Mary Ellen McKeown, Alberta Scharenberg. Emily Gaumond. Standing, left to right: Gene Schwind, Rita Hosty. Betty Spelman, Rose Marie Hussey, Agnes Tierney, Kathleen Pester. Trinity High School became affiliated with the National Honor Society, formed its chapter and compiled its constitution in 1935. The name of each girl inducted is inscribed on the honor roll of members in the offices of the society in Washington, D. C. A candidate for membership must have a B -1- average and must have participated in various school activities. An associate member is eligible for active membership in the second semester of her lunior year. She is elected by a combined faculty and student vote. The primary purpose of the National Honor Society is to provide future America with capable and responsible leaders. 'l'Hlh'I'lA ' 3 Top: Mrs. Grace Ellis Olson, Dramatic Director, Gene Schwind. President ol Tliespian Society. Left picture. front row, lelt to right: Iane Kelly. Mirian Maier, Ethel Casey. Alice Coughlin. Gloria Guilloyle, Ieanette Catalano, Mrs. Harold Olson, Director. Back row, lelt to right: Clara Mae Marcotte. Barbara Dooley. Ioan Riley, Patricia Roney. Gene Schwind. President. Alberta Scharenberg. Donna Sheehan. Vivian Berliner, Virginia Cagney. Right picture. lelt to right: Gloria Kennedy, Ieanette Catalano, Barbara Dooley. The Thespian Dramatic Society is one of the several national organizations represented at Trinity. For membership each girl must earn three hundred and fifty points by participating in plays, variety shows, public recitals, and similar activities, To promote dramatic interests and initiative throughout the school, the Thespians have been active in play production, theater attendance, variety shows, and in sponsoring a model stage contest. Ianice Costello, a lunior, was Trinity's representative in the final Cisca variety show at the Morrison Hotel. 'PHE ART Leif to right: Icmice Costello, Barbara O'Reilly, Mary Ieanne Crane, Anne Donnelon. Music hath charms . Song rcxiseth Las to Heaven . . . Entertainme-nt ree- fresheth the med spirit . . . Reading maketh CI full man . Reading reacheth all fields . , High art is eternal Back row. lei! to right: Patricia Teichen. Therese Smith. Darleen Troost. Helen Belvedere, Ioyce Ryan. Barbara O'Reilly. Front row, Ie!! lo right: Winifred Maher. Claire Ann Moran, Mary Iane Kerrigan, Lauraine McCawley, Georgeite Gaumond. Mary Io Walpole Claire Ann Moran Throughout the duration of the war we did our part to help the war effort here on the home front through the sale of bonds and stamps. On February l, 1943, we set our goal at 525,000 by lune. At the close of the first two weeks this amount had been subscribed. We continued to purchase stamps in such numbers that, by the end of the month, Trinity was awarded the l'Minute Man" flag. Since then the average weekly sale of defense stamps has been 3120. The next goal was 575,000 --the money to be used to purchase a pursuit bomber. ln two months the required amount was reached. ln quick succession 130 jeeps, four ambulance planes, and a B-25 Mitchell Medium bomber were purchased. Despite the end of the war, bond sales have continued until over 31,500,000 has been invested. Now, with the coming of peace, our efforts are no longer with the winning of war, but with the maintaining of peace. DOMINICAN Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M Sister M. Till l'l'Y Tllllll SISTERS, Congregation of the Most Holy Rosary Sinsinawa, Wisconsin Sister Mary Charles, Principal Magdala Marcella Marcus ' Marguerite Marnia Sister Marie Francis Sister Marie Karin Sister Marie Leonard Sister Marie Stephen Bergetta Sister M. Calixta Sister M. Cephas Sister M. Charity Sister M. Chrysogonus Sister M. Clarine Dora Electa Florentine Gertrude Sister M Gregoire Sister M Guala Sister M Huberta Sister M Hyacinth Sister M Lorettine Sister M Lumena Sister M Cleo Austin Ruth Stewart Eleanor Erskine Mrs. Harry C Mrs. Robert F. Sweeney Placide Ralph Rosalyn Samuela Theodosia Theophilus Urban Olson IN MEMCRIAM Sister Agnes Cecilia, treasurer for fourteen years, died on December I6 l945 after a long illness. We will have a desolate feeling as We pass her office. In return for all the happiness she used to bring to us with her ever-present smile, we shall always remember her in our prayers. May she rest in peace! 'H 1 V Aa. .,,.. u 41,54 3 -QQ 'thas 3 .1 'a Vu Y? K- 1 ll' 1. .- ah ,. ,- '5 :-ev 'C 22 Q7 .', S4 ,. "Y X . X .v-4 5 :JA TP .-g.:. . V' ,VF . H, . . ,ly .1 -I. .vq O . Q I 0 4 19 C , .I r .. xg ' 0 1 .rg . . I, I 0 f ' 8 11 'fi . . . O -K. I Ju l ' ' I " " 9 0 O S O . ' I I . H1 3 i 2 lin' e 1? 435' :,l 4 :if . 7:f1 J .. 33: EQ H Lp.. if IQ: 2, 4 .. . ,4 , :l'ff.' 'P --'Y' J. Yum, , 1. . , . viz I"-. njl :fl so c A Wednesday evening H sub-zero - three hundred twenty-tive couples enter the Stevens - Bill Rotor playing in elegant ballroom -lean Hackett with escort leading the Grand March - Lorrayne handing out bids -- Iuniors, onlookers as Seniors dance to "Star- dust" f an abundance of gardenias, flash bulb cameras, and Fenwick boys -A every one dancing till twelve - early morning tarewells 4 unforgettable memories. The Grand March lean Hackett, Prom Queen. and her escort, Iohn Picchetti. Prom Committees Yearbook Editors Class Officers Chaperones QUIY77 I3 Left to right: Rita Hosty. Ianice Costello, Patricia Crossen. Kathleen Divane. Ieanette Catalano "T" Club Queen Vivian Berliner Point-Chairman Left lo right, first row: Evange- line Ferraro. Geraldine Fi- ala, Ioan Parz, lean Bailey, Delores Scott, Darleen Troost, Bernice Fogarty, Alberta Paque. Second row: Dorothy Kantor, Colleen Roache, lean Campagna, Clara M. Marcotte. Third row: Lenore Forster, Elsie Cross, Marilyn McSweeney, Vivian Tuerk. Mary Go dfrey, Iocmne Vranek. Nancy Cain. Fourth row: Alice Malloy. Phyllis Korbus: LaVerne Kennedy, Patricia Korbus. Lois Karli- cek. Barbara O'Reilly. The purpose oi the Trinity Athletic Association is to stimulate interest in team sports and in individual sports. lt aims to promote ideals of health and sportsmanship, lt is the hope ot the "T" Club that the lessons learned in tair play, in good judgment, and in coop eration will be manifested in the everyday lite ot every girl. Lett to right, first row: Rose- mary Di Costanzo, Barbara Kelly, Patricia Crossen, Betty Spelman, Rita Hosty, Ianice Costello, Ioyce Mulvihill. Second row: Gloria Ken- nedy, Virginia Cagney, Mary F. McCabe, Iosephine Dooley, Elizabeth Williams, Ieanette Catalano, Marilyn Salmon, Anne Daley, Mary V. Fitzgerald. Third row: Marjorie McKean, Mary Det- tle, Helen Belvedere, Bar- bara Dooley, Ieanne Mor- rissy, Loretta McDonald, Kathleen Pester, Clara M. Marcotte. Lett to right: Kathleen Divane, Ieanette Catalano, Loretta McDonald, Iune Kronsbein, Marion Cleys. Betty Spelman "T" Club President I . ' J , , Ruth Stewart Athletic Director Membership in the "T" Club is based on a point system. These points may be earned by participating in various sport activities. To become a member, 300 points are required When 700 additional points H000 in alll are earned, a letter award is aiven. The hiahest award, a dold pin, is merited when 2000 points have been earned. CAFETEHIA The cafeteria to us means a place not only of refreshment, but also of recreation. The gay print curtains and brightly colored tables and chairs reflect the mood of the Trinity girls as they enjoy the minutes of their lunch period. Barbeques - cokes - potato chips Y the lunch line i all add atmosphere. Announcements and posters adorning the Walls keep the students informed of the happenings and the amusements through- out the school. To the strains of popular music, the girls dance or recreate until they are again called back to their studies, Did the photographer inter- iere with the orderly line? Would the picture be complete without Richard? Up in the World! Smile pretty! Lets get together, girls! Arerrt they Coy? Sun gets in your eyes? 'tP1gymcrtes". .Ill l0ll- E lllll LU CHEO One ol the memorable events of the year for the upper classmen was the Iunior-Senior Luncheon, held at the Edgewater Beach Hotel on May 4. The song committee consisted of Patricia Bradley, Margaret Moran, Patricia Crossen, Mary Alice Wallach, Sue Kenny, and Ianice Costello. Others who assisted in making this affair a great success were Patricia Biehle, Marianne Vitt, Margaret Gies, Barbara Subert, Rita Le Clerc, and Theresa Higgins. The following program was given: .. . Mary Lu Thomas Welcome . ....,....,..........,... . . Song to the Seniors .... ..... I unior Class Senior Class Songs .... , . .Senior Class Trinity ............ . . . Lois Lorden The Faculty ..,. .... I oyce Ryan Our Parents ....... .... B etty Kerley Trinity's Chaplain .,.. . . . Therese Ancina Our Flag ...,..., .... E laine Schuetter The Future . . . .... Mary K. Gill Response . . . .,.. Ioan Lietzo Farewell ...,,..... . . . Iunior Class Song to the Iuniors .... ......,.. S enior Class Closing Remarks . . . .... Reverend I. I. Hagan Trinity Pledge Star Spangled Banner llIll'HEli ' Cl IB 'l'he Mothers Club this year celebrated its twentieth anniversary. Since its inception in l926 the membership has grown proportionately to the school and to the devel- opinent of mutual understanding between parents and teachers. We Wish to express our appreciation ot the Work they have done tor us and tor Trinity through their monthly meetings, through their social lunctions, and through their wonderful cooperation at all times. 1- Leff to right: Mrs. Lester Oates, Mrs. Frank I. Stone, and Mrs. William I. Bailey. Mrs. Richard Thomas Ir The past mothers keep in touch with the school. President ALUM All The alumnae calendar centers around its four major events of the year. December Welcomes the girls back home at Mass and breakfast. Early spring sees them at 'Warrenville for their annual spiritual refreshment. This last event, it is hoped, Will become the heart of the alumnae. May time brings the card party for the benefit of scholarships for needy girls. Last of all, close to gradua- tion, comes the beautiful Holy Hour during which the new members consecrate their lives to the ideals of Trinity in the presence of our Eucharistic Lord. Ianet Hubbard Alumnae President ,,,. .. -I - .. .,., - .ft 4- .,. 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' i'II'Q-ie. -'ffis i. .... '?f' ' iii-1'-. ' 'X if -' .'1g Plgzff-Q' 5-.j '. !":. -jE5- 5 5.25 E ' , -1. ,:, 5. " Y " II 53. - IIIII':.II-I I III l as Q ..., ' ' -- f - M' is .. -.-- -- :- . :.- - - tw-.-, -1- 4. - - . - -. -- -.., , f .- .- -. . ""' .. . ' ' 295 ' Ni' -. : , ,..5, fg.. - ng: I,-gy it IT . :Z - - iff.. 55' P?-'T-35954-Mist? l',' 5:l 55'l"- tt' f' "l- , '-4 - . ' M. -. . ."E -2. Turk- 'V About 307, of the 1945 alumnae are now Rosary students. 'l'liey're peeking into the tuture at Rosary. South Bend calls quite a few Trinity-ites, Warrenville and the Cen- acle Home ot the retreats tor alunmae. fOld Faithfull Patricia Buckley, Illflission Chair- manl Lucille Burke. NH, S not all work, girls," say those Rosary alum- noe. The aroup at the Febru- ary retreat. Jr-Q.H,,,,,.. mg, Lights! Camera! Action! '!The pause that refreshes 'Crowds of fun!" Familiar scenes. "Happy faces and painted faces." Trinity girls pose. ALMA MATER SONG Trinity, Our Alma Mater! We'll be ever faithful to you. Your standards We will bear Ever loyal and true. Trinity, in your name We'll bring you honor and fame. To Trinity, our school forever, We pledge our best and highest endeavor To be true to you, one and all, Bound in fidelity. CHEER SONG Rise, cheer, for Trinity. Hail to our school. She has our loyalty throughout the years. We pledge fidelity to White and blue. Cheer, hail, then cheer again for Trinity. Rise, cheer, for Trinity. Hail to our school. Honor at work or play with spirit gay. We hold the torch of truthf a guide for youth Cheer, hail, then cheer again for Trinity, For Trinity, for Trinity, For Trinity, for Trinity, For Trinity, for Trinity, For Trinity, for Trinity, . . Rah! l'A'l'll Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Aird Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Anderson Mrs. P. A. Balsamo Mr. and Mrs A. L. Barlow Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Barrett Mr. and Mrs P. Belvedere Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Bergin Mr. and Mrs W. Berliner Mr. and Mrs R. P. Bluett Mr. and Mrs F. S. Brandstrader Mr. and Mrs I. P. Cagney Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cahill Mr. and Mrs H. M. Carlson Mr. and Mrs E. G. Carr Miss Dorothy Catalano Mr. and Mrs H. L. Ceranek Mr. and Mrs A. N. Collias Mr. cmd Mrs L. A. Collins Mr. cmd Mrs A. I. Coughlin Mr. and Mrs R. R. Craig Mr. and Mrs E. L. Dailey Mr. and Mrs F. I. DeBiase Mr. and Mrs A. C. Denne Mr. and Mrs W. G. Dooley Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Doyle Mr. and Mrs T. I. Egan Mr. and Mrs A. B. Elliott Mr. and Mrs Wm. Fahey Mr. and Mrs I. P. Feeley Mr. M. I. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Gale Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Gaumond Mrs. I. A. Gils Mr. and Mrs W. l. Gibbons Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Gramer Mr. and Mrs E. C. Grannan Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Grant Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hackett Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hagerty Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hayman Mr. and Mrs R. S. Hill Mr. and Mrs W. O. Hinckley Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hlavac Mr. and Mrs B. I. Holrnberg Mr. and Mrs I. G. Hopkinson Mrs. I. Horwath Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Hosty Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hughes Mrs. Michael A. Hussey Michael l. Hussey Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Keane Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Keane Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Kerrigan Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Kissane Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Klingman Mr. and Mrs. I. Kresich I Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Kobliska and Mrs. E. I. Lahitf Katherine Lonergan and Mrs. A. L. Lietzo W. I. Lynch and Mrs. I. T. McEnroe E. I. McGinty and Mrs. I. P. McKeon L. W. McKeoWn and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and and Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs H. V. McKirnan P. I. McMahon I. E. Magee A. Manna P. A. Marcotte I. T. Monahan R. P. Moran W. A. Morrissey I. E. Morrissy E. A. Moynihan F. S. Mudra I. A. O'Hagan T. I. O'Keefe D. S. O'Regan F. P. Pandow V. L. Parrnentier C. S. Pester P. H. Podock C. H. Riebock E. I. Riley I. F. Riley W. Rogers S. B. Roney D. Russell Ir. I. F. Ryan I. I. Ryan E. L. Salmon H. C. Scharenberg H. P. Schwind L. I. Scott M. F. Seitz E. I. Sheehan I. A. Spelrnan M. A. Stacey W. M. Thomas E. L. Thyfault A. E. Torney M. P. Troost and Mrs. M. Tufano R. A. Turner and and and and and and and and and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. F. I. Tyrrell R. I. Van Getson W. P. Walpole L. Wilewski R. A. Winkler L. L. Winter E. R. Woolley E. Zarobsky E. A. Zipperer AUK owminulm T We cannot iinish the Work on our yearbook Without expressing our gratitude to our many friends Whose helpful interest and co- operation has enabled us to complete our Work successfully. We extend our thanks especially to Sister Mary Charles to Whom We are indebted for making this book a possibility. 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