Allegany High School - Alleganac Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)
- Class of 1927
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of the editor will have been fully real-
i M I-Ili class of l927 deems it an honor and a
privilege to dedicate this, the sixth volume
bf' 'TEX of the Alligevvi, to our new Allegany High
lQmQN School, as the embodiment of our ideals,
5, and as the symbol of learning and culture.
' The school marks one more step forward
in the development of education. The class of '27
wishes to take this opportunity to express its ap-
preciation of the golden opportunities aFforded us,
in our new school, made possible only by the efforts
of the Board of liducation, the citizens of Cumber-
land, and our Principal and teachers. The class of
'27 has endeavored to raise high the beacon light of
learning that it may be a guiding star to those who
follow after us.
1 C, E of the class of 1927 are duly appreciative
Q'A'p -of all that has been done to make us Coin-
Ji- fortahle and happy during our sojourn at
.VX.lleg'any. XYe ar-e deeply indebted to our
6.353 kind and thonghtlul teachers who lovingly
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NYC Sincerely appreciate the personal care and oh-
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Mr. Kopp, and we appreciate our new and lxeautitul
school, which has proved such a hlessing to us on
our road to lcnowledge, faine, and glory.
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To the Graduating Class
?gw:,4,,,,:gl S you leave our high school and go into larger helds of interest, I
I2Iif ,i5j,' want to recommend that you carry with you your school spirit.
f M The words, "School Spirit," always connote a commendable,
i f or constructive school attitude. when not qualified bv other adjec-
-f" tives, and it is in that desirable sense that I use the term. ,
School spirit is rather difficult to define, but very easy to detect when
present in an institution. It is best, therefore, to judge school spirit by the
way in which it manifests itself in the acts of individuals and of groups.
During the XVorld XYar there were many who shouted "long and loud"
proclaiming to all who had ears to hear how patriotic they were. But when
the call for active service came through demands for money or personal enlist-
ment, these same "shouting patriots" crept under cover of every conceivable
kind of excuse to avoid active SERVICE for their country.
Patriotism consists of more than boasting and loud shouting. It requires
And so also with school spirit. The test of school spirit is not how much
lung-power one possesses, but how much doing-power.
VVe cannot think of school spirit apart from the aims of high school edu-
cation, for it is only to serve the ends of education that we are interested in
Broadly stated, the aim of education is to develop in boys and girls knowl-
edge, interests, attitudes. habits and ideals which will make them happy, use-
ful and worthy members of a community. All the activities of school which
contribute to that end ought to be encouraged and actively and enthus-
iastically supported by all students and teachersg and any interest, act or
activity which does not so contribute ought to be denounced and rightiheartily
condemned. An ATTITUDE of mind which compels an individual to
respond encouragingly or denouncingly, as the case may require, by his acts
and actions, HAS the right kind of school spirit, for he is in harmony with the
IDEALS that the best minds of all times have set as valid standards. And
one whose ATTITUDE of mind does not compel him so to encourage and
condemn, as the case may require, HAS NOT the right kind of school spirit,
and is out of harmony with the IDEALS that the best minds of all time have
set as valid standards.
The former has vision which commends him as a prospective citizen of
fine character and rich promise. The latter has not such vision and gives no
It is thus seen that school spirit is nothing more than a right ATTI-
TUDE of MIND in ACTION. Attitude of mind is important, very impor-
tant. But attitude alone is not sufficient. Attitude must be followed by
action. Attitude must COMPEI, action. Then school spirit will be present
It is our hope that the members of the class of 1927 may have caught this
broader vision of school spirit. and that that spirit may serve as an inspira-
tion and example in the SCHOOL of LIFE.
C. I.. KOPP.
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GENICVIEVE l40W'THliR, A. B Qwest Virginia Univcrsityj
ELIZABETH MCKENNA, A. B. CSL Josephs Collegej, A. M. Clfuiversity of
NIARY I. XIURPHY, A. B. CMount St. Agues Collegej, Graduate xvllfk Columbia
O. GILBERT CPSBORN, B. A. QMarietta Collcgej
MABEL E. PAPE lHarvard School of Physical Eclucationj
H. L. REMBERT, A. B. fUniverSity of South Caroliuaj
HUNTER ROBINETTE, B. A. QMaryville Collegej
, History and Democracy
ROBERT M. ROWELL, B. S. A. fUniversity of Tenncsseej
C1lC711i.YfI'kV and Biology
HILDA SIRBAUGH, A. B. fGoucher Collegej. Graduate NVork fCoruell Universityj,
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lllf Class of '27 is proud to have as its faculty aclvisor Miss Mabel li. Pape.
D who has worked with us for the year for the good of the class. Miss l'ape
is also the girls' physical education teacher and coach of athletics. She
comes from Baltimore, Where she has been connectecl with the P. .X. l..
in recent years, ancl has refereed the girls' basketball games in this county. ller
earnest work in planning and carrying out successfully the gymnasium exhibition
shows her real ability. She is well liltecl by all those with whom she comes in
gcontact, for she has a sunny disposition. strong personality .and is a jolly good
sport. NVQ are glad to have her with us and the Class of '27 wishes to express
its appreciation to Miss Pape for assisting us so well during the year.
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1' he Semor Class Hzstory
U R high school days are now past and goneg but i11 our hearts lie
14 1:p1"'-51.51 ' the sweet memories ot the Glorious moments s ment at :Nlle-ranv.
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1 ln her nndst we have formed cherished and lasting' triendships
tl1at will ever l'6llllllCl 11s of our dear Alma Mater.
lt seems llllt a short time ago that we entered the portals of
Allegany-basl1f11l, shy, and wondering. Amid the laughs a11d jeers of the
upper classmen we were ushered dow11 i11to the cellar. Many of us thought
we could 11ever survive such insults. so we banded together Zlllll declared
that as free-born citizens of the United States we would show o11r tr11e worth.
Our spirits were dampened a bit by the terrible "drubbing" given our boys
by some overbearing Sophomores. but we were again happy when those same
overbearing young ladies and gentlemen entertained us with a most enjoyable
After that we cheered up and began to take an interest i11 tl1e affairs of
Ulll' IICXY abode. Wie soon became her true and active boosters and were
filled with a spirit of love Zlllll esteem for Allegany. The l1lCl'6 1nentio11 of her
name thrilled IIS Zlllll when we sang that "Dear old high school" we sang' it
with as much fervor Llllfl sincerity as any of our upper classmen, for we had
become a part of ."Xllegany.
Many of the class of '27 aided in the production of tl1e musical comedy
"The Gipsy Rover," and also helped to make up the atl1letic teams of our
school. VVe attended two more social functions-a Kiddie party Hllfl a
dance-and then our Freshman year was just a memory.
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We came back in September with a new and different feeling. VVe were
no longer "rats," but respected Sophomores! Wie settled down to work hard
and established a good reputation, but we also had plenty of good times.
Early in the year officers were elected who were as follows: President, Benja-
min Meeksg Vice-President, Carroll Scanlong Secretary-Treasurer, XVilliam
XYarlieldg Class Historian, Marion Claserg Class Advisor, Miss Lucille Brown.
A new dramatic club was organized known as the Sigma Phi Delta.
This club selected many of our class as members and gave them training
along dramatic lines. Several parties were held and soon, before we knew
it, exams were upon us. lt was a case of the "survival of the fittestf' and we
passed on as Juniors.
XVhen we came back to Allegany the next year we immediately plunged
into work. A class meeting was held at which the following Junior class
officers were elected: President, Donald Shiresg Vice-President. Elwood
Mitchellg Secretary, Ifdith Christopherg Treasurer, Harry Malcolmg Class
Advisor, Miss Dorothy XX'illison. As it had been the custom for the junior
Class to have class rings, we set about to make a selection. Our choice
pleased everyone and the rings were said to be the prettiest ever seen.
A bright and artistic Junior-Senior Halloween party was staged, followed
by the A. D. K. dance, Pen and Pencil Club frolic, and the Junior-Senior prom.
Our girls and boys succeeded in aiding Allegany to win laurels in both ath-
letic and literary contests. Many of our fair young damsels were in the
famous "Strutters" chorus which made its debut in the production of "Sweet-
heartsf' Our Junior year came to an endg we felt sorry it was over but looked
forward to our becoming Seniors-the leaders of Allegany.
However, the class of '27 entered Allegany in September feeling as if it
were composed of Freshmen and not Seniors. Our old Allegany was no
more, for we were in a new and magnificent building. Everything was odd-
Allegany didn't seem the same. Wle longed for the old rooms, the assembly,
the library and those good old school steps. Vile missed the Allegany where
we had spent those three pleasant years. But we began to forget our sorrows
in the marvels of our new schoolfthe auditorium, the lockers, the gymna-
sium-everything was so bright and new that we felt ashamed to he down-
cast-it was up to us to be the leaders of Allegany, to instill in this new
school the standards, ideals. and the spirit of the old Allegany. And so we
began to like it, XYe were the leaders and we tried to do our best.
Early in the year we held a Halloween dance to which everyone was
invited. Soon after a committee was chosen who selected us a class pin that
matched our ring. Numerous clubs were organized and the Seniors had a
part in their work. Many Seniors were in the cast of "Mary," In fact, in
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all activities the class of '27 was at the heacl. "Smiling Thru" was given as
our class play. lt was pruclaimecl une uf the prettiest plays ever given by the
students of .Nlelgany High Schoul. Days, weeks, ancl months Hcw by ancl
then came the Senior Prmn, our last social aiifair at .Xllegany.
Now we are at the end of our high sclinul clays. XXX- are luath In leave- -
but we must go! ,"Xllegany. we shall nut forget yon. lYe have trierl tu hulcl
your stanclarcls high. XYQ helieve we have succeeclccl. XYC leave with lmnl
ineinnries. XYe can say hut littlefwnly .'Xlleg'any, Farewell!
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THELNMA GREEN WOOD ALDERTON
lm F4-rcle Francais 121: Alla-guny Gregg Art-
ists Club C433 Arts and Crafts Club HJ: Girls'
Thelma has been with her dear Alma
Mater for four long, yet short years, and
has reached her goal of becoming a digni-
fied senior, and she is truly dignified. She
is one of the most studious pupils in the
commercial department. She always gets
her bookkeeping finished on time-a rare
thing! Thelma is always interested in see-
ing A. H. S. get ahead in anything it under-
takes and enjoys a victory for the school
as well as any of us. Now, Class of '27,
here is something to think about! I wonder
why they call her Johnny!
Chemistry Club 4-lj.
The young gentleman pictured here came
to us this fall from Central. He immedi-
ately got the old Allegany spirit, and be-
came one of her active boosters. Tom
seldom misses one of our games, for he's
always there with his husky voice to cheer
our men on to victory. Since his short stay
at Allegany, Tom has made a host of
friends. This fact, we believe, is due to
that ever-ready smile of his. No matter
what the weather, Tom has a cheery greet-
ing for his friends. We do not know what
Tom expects to do after he leaves Allegany,
but we wish him the best of luck in all his
HELENE ELIZABETH ANDREWS
Junior Drumzxtic Club 12. Il. VH: film- Club 113,
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"Her pwesevzfe drives dull 1-are away."
The smiling countenance pictured here is
none other than Helene Andrews. Helene
is a charming blonde-a real blonde, too.
She needs no detailed description because
every one knows her, and to know is to
admire. She is cheerful as the day is long.
She's kind and helpful, too. Helene is quite
a talented act1'ess. You will probably re-
member her in "Rooms To Let." I don't
know what she has scheduled for the fu-
ture, but one with such a sunny disposition
couldn't help but succeed. Three cheers
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GLA DYS MARGARET APPLE
Spanish Club 126, 2711 A. D. K. 125, 210: Q:ll'l'
l'lub 1214, 271.
"Her hair was not more sunny than her
'tPeaches" is one of the charming blondes
of the class of ,27. She has one of those
sweet lovable dispositions that everyone ad-
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booster of Allegany, and is always present
at basketball and football games. Although
we know she has true school spirit we still
feel that there is something else that urges
her on to support school athletics. It doesn't
take long for one who is acquainted with
the "lover's lane" of Allegany to know
what, or perhaps, we had better say who,
that something is. We really don't know
what she will do, but we hope that "Peaches"
will be a great success in the path of life
upon which the class of '27 will soon be
ESTHER SPEAR ASKEY
"A kind and gentle heart she had to com-
fort friends and foes."
Junior Dramatic Club 12, 22, -lb: Gloo Club
133: Crt-g'1,: Artists Club 1413 Girls' League 113.
Always frowning but never sadg never
angry but always glad-that's Esther who
is pictured here. The most charming fea-
ture about her is that she is ever ready to
be of assistance whenever the opportunity
presents itself. This is why she has many
friends, who love her for her Happy, affec-
tionate! disposition. We all know that
Esther's ambition is to be a private secre-
tary and if she is determined, that is what
will happen-so Esther, here's to your fu-
ture happiness and success in life!
VIRGINIA IRENE ATHEY
I"l'1'l1L'll Club 123: Klrvgg' Artists Club -ll:
1435 Ortlvr of Gregg' Artists, Atom-
is one of those carefree girls
worry. 'She is always in for a
and usually has it. Her main
is chattering with her class-
mates. Virginia is one of the very indus-
trious members of our class and has been
with us for four years. Her best subjects
are shorthand and bookkeeping. She has
received her certificate for typing and is a
member of the O. G. A. She will never be
without friends and her magnetic person-
ality and strong character will hold us for-
ever true to our old pal-Virginia.
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JAMES ALFRED AVIRETT
"Honor, high honor, and renown."
Alligcwi Staff Editor-in-Chief: Mirror Staff
I-Up Declamation HJ: County Debate HJ: Truck
13, 45: Poetry Club 1-lj: Latin Club CSM Frciich
Club 43:1 Tmbating Club rx, 41: Hi-Y ui.
The typical 'Seniorl The Orator! The
Sportsman! The Editor! The Alleganian!
These are the attributes that have made
Jimmie so invaluable to his class. Those
rare qualities of leadership, good sports-
manship, and fellowship-that we find in
our nation's men, we perceive in this boy.
Jimmie would rather roam around in the
woods with his dog and gun than go to all
the dances in existence-which doesn't mean
that Jimmie is of a silent, lonely nature.
Goodness, no! He was endowed with a
gift of humor and ready wit that has en-
deared him to his classmates. Jimmy is
going to study law at Harvard. Hats off
to the barrister!
Soccc-1' Cl, -ll: Track 11, Il, -lj: Viet--I'1'r-siclelit
lllulc Chorus KU: Hi-Y 141.
Charlie is a hard working, industrious
young fellow, and he was very faithful dur-
ing soccer season. However, he managed,
what seemed the impossible and kept his
studies up to par at the same time. Charlie
is a quiet fellow, and yet he can be plenty
of fun when he loosens up. He is the type
that Allegany is proud to claim for her own.
He takes an active part in other school ac-
tivities and is quite necessary to the Boy's
Multiple Quartette. Charlie intends to be-
come a dentist. The class of '27 wishes
him the best of luck.
RUSSELL D. BEERY
Gregg Artists 141.
"A still tongue-a wise head."
Russell, one of the most sincere and earn-
est students in our class, entered A. H. S. in
his sophomore year. Despite the fact that
his commercial work has demanded a great
deal of time, he has also held a job. He
can drive any kind of a car from a Ford
to a Rolls-Royce. Ask the girls about that!
His career in Allegany has been character-
ized by a perseverance which knows no ob-
stacles, and this determination will help him
achieve a place in the front ranks of his
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President of History Club 143: Hi-Y Club HJ:
A. D. K. 443.
Lynn can be termed as one of Allegany's
prize students for he frequently ranks near
the top of the honor role. He is not only a
good student but he is also a true Allegan-
ian for he attends. all the games in which
Allegany participates. He surprised us all
last fall when he took the role of an Indian
in "What Happened to Jones?" Stepping
out in his Senior year, he was elected Presi-
dent of the History Club and through him
that organization has been kept moving
throughout the year. Lynn is a go-getter,
and he is bound to make good in whatever
occupation he pursues.
MILLARD ANTHONY BEIGHTOL
llistory Club 141: Science Club Q-13.
"A good sport and a true friend."
Beep! Beep! here comes Beightol in his
"Study" or is it the Hudson. Millard has a
big heart and is always ready to help some-
one. He has been with us for four years.
Although he did not participate in many
athletics, he was always on the side lines-
even in Catonsville and Frederick. When
Millard Anthony graduates from A. H. S.,
one of her best students will be gone, but
not forgotten. It has been fore-ordained
that he will be successful in the future.
Here's to your success and the best of luck,
HARRY WALTON BLUME
"His plans were those of mirth and
French Club 12, 373 Pen and Pencil 12, 3, 413
25. R. K. C-lj, Art Editor of Alligvwig Trzick
When you want some drawing done well
and attractively, call on Walton. He is a
real artist and can be depended upon to do
his best at any task he attempts. Walton
is a quiet, easy going person and we haven't
heard much of him other than through his
splendid posters and drawings that he has
made for different occasions. We find that
he possesses the virtues of consistency and
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GERVILLE CORNELIA BRANT
"To know her is to love her."
Gerville is one of those very quiet Seniors
and is seldom heard from except in class
where she makes her presence known by her
fine recitations. Silence is her watchword.
Some months ago Gerville confided to us
that the ambition of her life was to become
a nurse, but we can't help wondering
whether the fact that a certain neighbor
of hers, who intends to become a doctor,
influenced her in arriving at this decision.
Gerville is a combination of all that is
good, and we ot the class of '27 consider
ourselves "plenty lucky" to have her as
one of us.
Pen and Pencil Club 13, 41: Glu- Club CID:
Physical Culture Club HJ: Dramatic Club 121.
"This is why Gentlemen Prefer Blondes."
Who is this? Do you know? This is
Brownie, that cheerful little commercial
student, one of the old gang. She is well
known around school and well liked. 'She
has devoted four years of her busy life to
being a student and loyal supporter of Old
Allegany High. Brownie always has a
smile for every one and is a very good
friend. We have never heard Brownie ex-
press her life desire, but we wish her suc-
cess in anything she may attempt.
Latin Club V2-I, '25, '26, ':ZTJg History Vluh
121193 1:11-Q Club 625, '2u, '2!TJ.
"A Blossomed Rose."
A rose that has blushed unseen for its
first three years of high school life, has in
it's senior year blossomed in all its glory.
This description fits Sarah from head to
toe. During the years of her sojourn at
Allegany High, Sarah has been one of the
most loyal supporters of the school's activi-
ties and her scholastic ability speaks for
itself. The Senior 'Class of '27 is proud to
say that Sarah is one of its members and,
in whatever she attempts in the future
years, it wishes her the greatest of success.
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Junior Dramatic Club 13, 43: Creative Club
Q-D3 Athletic Club 4413 Alcohi Mirror Staff,
"A darling miss," you'll say as you look
at the photograph, but if you happen to
know Muriel personally, you won't stop at
that mild complimentg you will go on sing-
ing her praises until doomsday. She seems
very small to have so much personality, in-
dividuality, and talent. She writes clever
plays, beautiful stories, and exquisite poe-
try. Muriel, we hope that your gift of ex-
pression may be the medium that will con-
vey to those who will not have the privi-
lege of knowing you, your sweetness and
wholesomeness of character.
UVic" is the explanation of "Why boys
leave home." This petite little Senior is
one of the most popular and entertaining
girls of our class. She always has a cheery
smile for everyone and if you are lucky
enough to be at a dance, you put yourself
under the spell of her personality and wish
H50-11" more waltzes.
But "Vic" is not all fun because her marks
are above average. She has good looks,
popularity and intelligence-a happy com-
bination. We predict a bright future for
Lv Cvrclv Francais 133,
"The shadows of dusk are in her hair."
We have here "Ruthie" one of the little
girls who has crossed the river from our
neighboring state to be a student at Alle-
gany. We are all glad that she decided to
take this journey every morning because we
all love her for her cheery smile and words
of encouragement. Some people think
"Ruthie" is timid, this may be so but she
surely is a real friend and pal. Ruthie has
never said what she expects to do when
she leaves our school, but we all join in with
a good-bye and good luck cheer for our
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'And so ofwry za beaziteous mid lovely youth."
. Junior Dr'?imatic,i'lub 12, 35: A. D. K. 13, -ll:
Jiilcohi Mirror Steiff: Social I-Editor of Alligewig
Secretary of Junior Class: "Once in :i filin-
Mo0n"g "SVV1'0tiltf!ll'tSHI 'M:u'y": "W'l':it llup-
pened to Jones": "Smilin' I'hru": S1-cu-t:u'y of
Creative Club C-lj: Declaniation Q49
IN Slender, graceful, with blue eyes, fair
hair and a lovely smile-how's that for a
combination? The name of this maiden is
"Edee." Usually 'fEdee" is very dignified,
but did you ever see her at a basketball
game? This is the most popular girl in
A. H. S. If you don't believe it, hold an
election and see! She is one of the school's
best dancers, one of its best actresses, and
possesses literary ability too. "Edee," we
say "Good-bye" and "Good luck" to you.
RITA J UDITH CLQEM ENT
Creative Club HJ: Girls' Ls-:iguc ily.
"She nzixes fmz and work together in sur-lz
way Us fo make both. enjoyable."
Rita is one of the bright, inspiring stu-
dents in our Commercial Department. Dur-
ing the four years she has been with us she
has made many friends. Rita is an ideal
high school girl, a mixture of perversity and
sweetness. One can readily see and under-
stand why she is so well liked when one sees
the cha1'1n of her smile-the smile that has
won its way into our hearts.
Rita's greatest desire is to become a pri-
vate secretary, and the class of '27 wishes
her success and happiness. Good-bye, Rita.
"Cobb" ,, ,y
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Multiple Quartet Q-ij: iunior ramatic 333. X
"Yofdo- o-des-do!" ' '
Merle isdthetbnly saxophonist of the class,
hank. gdb ness! No, we donjt mhan that,
bhis playing really pleases us. 'Merle is
o e of the'orchestra's best uixits and he
p ya, well enough to draw L1 good deal of
ment. We' mean favorable comment.
Salxcgitonixits usually. receive the other kind.
He-U ' es, eatsfftihrows an gesticulates with
that ,oldlleft hand of his, but that doesn't
mak 'the least difference. He is the kind
of a ellow' who is always interested in what
he i doing, and so he accomplishes things.
When Merle retulrns to Cumberland on the
Hunt Concert Course the old class will be
occupying the first ten rows in the gallery.
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MAE IRENE COLLINS
"None knew her but to love her."
Girls' l.1-ziguo 1413 Gregg Artists Club 10:
Arts and Crafts Club HJ: Latin Club 1475 Mum-
bvr of Order of Grew.: Artists HJ.
Mae is one of those girls whom one
might say is happy-go-lucky. When the
days are dark and gloomy and nearly every-
one is frowning or discouraged she is al-
ways jolly and optimistic. Besides being a
merry-maker this attractive brunette has
had the distinction of becoming a member
of the Order of Gregg Artists. Mae's
greatest desire is to become a stenographer.
The class of '27 wishes you heaps of luck
in everything you undertake.
Huw-pig: Artists: Track Team ill.
Who said we don't have good boys in the
class of '2.7'I If you think we haven't just
take a look at Cookie's picture and this will
change your mind. Cookie is a commercial
student and a good one, too. He speeds so
on a typewriter that he would make a speed
cop's hair turn gray. Wilson can always
be depended upon to back up his Alma
Mater, and aids greatly when it comes to
cheering a team to victory. He is bashful
but willing. We don't know what Cookie
wishes to do when he leaves us, but we
wish him all the success in the world.
DORCAS ELLEN 'COPELAND
"Small in stature but large in the eyes of
A. IJ. K. 141: Glee Club 137: Junior Debat-
ing Club: "Gypsy Rover": "Once in at Blum-
lKIoon": "Sweethearts": "M:xry."
This fair damsel is finishing her course
in three and a half years. She is one of the
hest dancers in the school and no social
function is complete unless Dorcas is there.
Dorcas has been an active member in
dramatics and has taken part in all the
musical comedies. When Dorcas leaves
school she is thinking of training for a
nurse. Won't a lot of people get sick just
to have Nurse Copeland take care of them?
The class of '27 surely hates to say good-
bye to Dorcas and we all join in on wish-
ing her all kinds of good luck.
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Track ffl. 41: Soc-cel' I-U3 Pen and Pencil C-U:
t'rl-:itive Club 131.
"Cokey" came to us from the wilds of
Pennsylvania about a year and a half ago,
and proceeded to make himself a part of
the Class of '2'7. George hasn't missed a
dance since he came here. That speaks
for itself. In a crowd, you are sure to find
him somewhere near the center. But aside
from his love of good times, George has a
good share of deeper stuff. "Cokey" has
a combination of good qualities which
makes him well liked by his classmates.
The Class of '27 wishes for him the best
of happiness and success.
RUTH NAOMI COUTER
Girls' Lezigue fell: Gregg Artists Club CHL
Arts :mil L'i'z,ifts Club Hy.
"Happy am I, fro-m. care I am free,
Why aren't they all contented like me!"
Ruth is just a happy Commercial stu-
dcnt. She has a pleasing disposition and a
smile for everyone. In the first two years
she was seen, and not heard, but now she
is heard before seen. One of her automatic
questions that can always be expected on
an early morn is, "Have you your book-
keeping?" We all realize that Allegany
is losing an adorable girl, but she has an
ambition to be a nurse and here's hoping
she will carry it out successfully and con-
tinue her popularity throughout life.
"Bright as a button."
"Chink" has completed his high school
course in three and a half years with a
great deal more success than some of us
who have studied for four. Mr. Crabtree
is one of the most diminutive members of
the class. Of course, he is larger than
either of the Tommies but not very much,
and when he is sitting down he is well
nigh invisible. But his deficiency in stature
is made up by a prodigious amount of
energy. Lewis is a cheery and fun-loving
fellow and interested in everything. We
are glad he is going out with us.
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MARIAN EARNESTINE CROWE
"Though on. pleasures shc was bent she had
a. frugal mind."
Junior Dramatic Club ll, 2, 37: A. D. K. CU:
Latin Club 1213 Glen Flub HJ.
Marian is one of the most quiet girls in
A. H. S. She never gives the teachers any
trouble-what's that? We're all off the
track! As she goes from one class to an-
other, laughter reigns supreme among all
who a1'e around her, for she is a jolly good
sport. She wants to be a nurse, but no
matter what she does, or where she goes,
success will be her's, for nothing else could
come to one that has the smile of "Mernie."
HELEN JANE DAUGHTREY
Lntin Club 43, 43: History Club 1373 Glec
Club KID: Girls' In.-ag:'L1e HJ.
"Thy 'modesty is a candle to thy merit."
This fair maid possesses a marvelous
crown of Titian hair. She also has an en-
gaging smile which reveals beautiful pearly
teeth. Helen is completing her course in
th1'ee and a half years. Last semester she
worked in Schwarzenbach's-of course we
know why the fellows all rushed there to
do their buying. This semester she was
back in school laboring at her studies and
she came through with Hying colors. About
Helen's future I cannot say, but it might
be safe to predict a rose-covered cottage
LENA ELIZABETH DELBROOK
"To the steadfast soon
Come wealth, and honor, and renown."
This young lady is known around A. H. S.
chiefiy for her scholastic ability. If you
want to know anything, ask Lena! .Especi-
ally what the attraction is in Ellerslie-
there's something there! But studying and
making friends are not all Lena's abilities,
for she also drives a car.
We hear that she is going to be a teacher
and we admit that she has all the character-
istics to make a successful one. Good luck
to you in the future, Lena!
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Spanish Club Ui, -ll: A. ll, K. 12, Jil: G11-e
Club 13, -lj.
"A good stzrdeizt, always happy, and a
Gracie is one ot our bobbed haired charm-
ers with a roving disposition, as may be
seen by her actions in the hall at noon
time. At such periods she is looking for
a certain black-haired t'boy" who is a mem-
ber of the "A1ligewi" staff. She has ever
merry eyes and is noted for her constant
good humor, and especially for the smile
with which she welcomes everyone. Gracie
is a sincere friend, a typical Alcohi girl,
and a booster of all school activities at all
times. So here goes, let's give her the good
CHARLES HAMILTON DICKEY
"The best part of ci Img."
Track fl, 2, 3, 41: Soccer ll, 2, Ii. -IT: t':ipt:iin
of Soccer Tl-am C252 14"-m-ing Cluh QU: Gyn:
Ulub 1-0: Glass Basketball Cl, 41: Fuyvtziin C431
Spanish Flub 43, 41: Junior Ilrzuuritic Club 625:
.xlligf-wi staff 445.
'tHam" is one of the celebrated Dickey
brothers. They go around together and
really like each other. "Ham" is one of
the best athletes in the class. He can speed
on the cinder path and has been a mile re-
lay man for two years. "Ham's" agility
and lightness of foot is remarkable, and to
see him manage a soccer ball is a real plea-
sure. "Ham" was very considerate in pick-
ing out a girl. He took one named Helen
to make the Dickey-Helen quartet complete.
Here's luck and a million years.
THOMAS MORRISON DICKEY
Soccer 12, 3, 473 Track il, 2, 3. 43: Alcohi
Mirror CIS, 43: Alligewi Staff: lntor-Class Bus-
ketball 12, 3, -U.
"Many a genius has been slow of growth."
You have before you a picture of one of
the Dickeys-the one with literary Q??J
attainments. 'Morrison has already become
atliliated with one of our local papers and,
by his work on the Alcohi Mirror, we are
convinced that he has talent with the pen.
His accomplishments, however, are more
diverse than just writing. He is a star
soccer player having played with our team
for three years, and he has taken active
interest in track. Morrison has a magnetic
personality, an amiable disposition, and a
strong character. We are sure that Mor-
rison will come out on the top of everything
-so here's good luck to you!
"A dlgllliflfll old gent."
It is said that practice makes perfect.
This evidently is the reason Roy is one of
the best typists in Allegany High School.
Because of his efficiency along this line he
was a participant in the modern typing
demonstration in the Pageant. He belongs
to the Allegany Gregg Artist Clubg and
altogether will make a very promising sec-
retary and accountant for some lucky em-
ployer. Another of Roy's good points is
the fact that he has not missed a day from
school in his four years' career. Some rec-
ord, Hurrah for Roy!
ALICE VIRGINIA DURRETT
ulpertyu or ushorfyvs
Junior Druniatic Ulub 12, IU: A. D. K. H51
French Club 141: Latin Club 121: "M:1ry":
Girls' League 143.
Alice is another of our Academic Girls
and one of the most conscientious students
in the class. She never says much, but
she thinks a great deal, judging from the
grades she gets. Berty is a loyal sup-
porter of all activities of the schoolg while
she has never gone out for athletics, her
smiling face is always seen along the side-
lines. Her chief ambition is to teach little
tots in a little red school house. Berty
has a charming personality. We wish her
the best of luck all through life.
FRANCES ALTA EARL
Junior l'h':uu:itic Ulub 125: Girls' Ulm- Club
flag fin-ls' Atlilf-tic' Club 441.
"ll'orl.' ll little, sing at Iittlc, whistle an-:I
Frances entered A. H. S. in 1923 and has
been with us for the four years. She has
taken part in athletics and always attends
every game. Frances is a member of the
Girls' Glee Club, taking an active part. She
is a true and loyal supporter of Allegany.
She intends to enter a school of physical
culture in order to become a teacher. We
wish her much success in her future un-
dertakings and hope that some day she may
teach at dear old A. H. S.
Glee Club 145: Art Club 126, -D.
"A spirit that is indeed amiable and
"Toots" is one of the prominent members
of the Class of '27. She is the possessor
of a sweet and charming personality that
endears her to the hearts of all her friends.
She is an enthusiastic member of the Art
Club, a zealous worker in the Glee Club,
and a faithful booster of Allegany sports
and other activities. We feel sure that in
whatever field of work "Toots" is inter-
ested, she will surely succeed. The Class
of '27 extends to her all best wishes for
success in everything.
MASON D. EVICK
Multiple Quartet 143: Junior Dramtic Club LIU.
Tall and slim. That's Mason! This lad
-or we had better say-young gentleman,
is one of the tallest in Allegany. He has
become during his senior year a regular
sheik. In fact, some say he is a fashion
plate for the men's fashion world. Mason
is well liked by allg he is not very talkative,
but he's always ready to have a good time.
He is frequently present at Allegany's ac-
tivities, for he is classed as one of her
true boasters. We are glad to have him
in the ranks of the class of '27, and we wish
him the best of luck.
Public' Speaking Club HJ: Creative Club 1435
.xml--tie Club 141.
Friends, Romans, and Countryrnen, this
is June-the blue-eyed girl from the Com-
mercial Department. She really needs no
introduction because her sweet smile has
won for her many friends. If one would
like to have a good definition of school
spirit, just consider June. She is one of
our loyal boosters who followed the basket-
ball team to victory. She is always seen
on the side line cheering for her dear Old
High School. June is also a good student.
Allegany is proud to turn out girls like
June, and the Class of '27 wishes her suc-
Un-livstiwi 12. 14. H: Prcsinlcnt of Urelu-stra
Hi: .Junior Drunisntic Club LU: Crc:itivc Club
QCD: Gu-gg Artists HJ.
"Far dborv thc blowing wind,
ls the masterful soul of the violin."
Did you ever walk into the assembly on
Tuesday morning and see a dark-haired boy
playing a violin or leading the orchestra!
That's "Joie". the backbone of the famous
Allegany High Orchestra. "Joie" is a ca-
pable and promising musician and has re-
peatedly delighted us with his splendid vi-
olin solos. Everybody knows and admires
him for his wit and personality. Besides
all of these admirable traits, he is very
ambitious, has initiative, can assume re-
sponsibility and stands high in scholarship.
The Class of '27 wishes him success.
All of us have heard of Ichabod Crane.
We have one in our class, and this happens
to he Wilbur Flake. Wilbur, or "Slim," as
we call him, is very quiet and retiring, but
his bright smile and sunny disposition has
endeared him to his classmates. After he
graduates he intends to become a doctor.
All of us will miss such a Quiet ounil and
so will our good teachers. The Class of '27
wishes him success in future life.
A USTIN FRANCIS FLEMING
Fmmibzill til, U: H:iskotb:lll fl, 2. 15: A. D, K.
131: Spanish Club 135, 45: I'ri-siilont of Boys'
Multiple Quartet til. 45: 1'r1-simlvnt of the Hi-Y
Club Hi: Yi!'t'-I,1'l'Sllit'Ilt of Spanish Club kill:
It is hardly possible to write down all
the good qualities of Austin. He's one who
is always ready to further the interests of
Alleganyg willing to aid his fellow class-
matesg always the same jolly Austin, ready
to have a good time, and yet knowing when
it's time to stop and begin to work-a real,
honest-to-goodness leader-that's Austin!!
The class of '27 is proud to claim him and
we hope that he will go through life as
great a success as he has become in the
portals of Dear Allegany!
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.luniur l7r:uu:ltir' Club 1253 A. D. K. CR, -ll:
"Swl-4-ilu-z11'ts": "0m1- in an Blue- Moon"3 Junior
liuskn-tbull: Fl'llt'lY'l3.l' Club I-H3 lloys' Athletic
"One of high unlbifimls and true aims."
"A mighty nice fellow"-thatls what
everybody says about "Jimf' He wants to
know who said, "Gentlemen prefer blondes."
for he has a preference for brown eyes and
brown hair. "Jim" is one of those digni-
fied seniors who is employed in Schwarzen-
bach B1'others. He has become a valued
salesman there, for he is always ready to
please his customers. "Jim" is not only
industrious out of school but spends much
time and energy preparing his lessons. We
predict a bright future for this conscien-
tious young man and wish him the best suc-
cess in the world.
ALETH EA FLOTO
Latin 1'luh 1123: Lllwgrg Artists Flub HJ: Girls'
"All tIlll'l'S swccl and true,
Always smiling, never blue."
This is the correct description of that
cute "little" girl-Alethea-the pride of the
Commercial Department. Alethea has said,
that she has no special accomplishment in
view for the future, but you know, and I
know, that this industrious young lady has
some desire, which is tucked away and quite
hidden from the curiosity of her affection-
ate friends. We believe that some day
Alethea will blossom forth into a surpris-
ing' young house-wife, We all wish her the
most of success that can come to a house-
wife as charming as she.
AIRTHUR HERMAN FLURSHUTZ
,'l'n-:nrli ll, 2, DH: Som-ci-r ll, 21: fllw-ef: Artists
"He docs his stuff
And thrzfs enough."
The picture here is that of Arthur Flur-
shutz-"Fly" to those who know him.
"Fly" is a member of our Commercial De-
partment who has a spirit that cannot he
depressed by setbacks and discouragements.
"Fly" makes a typewriter talk and is a
whizz at shorthand. Besides this, he is one
of the best track men in A. H. S. "Fly,"
we hope you "carry on" in after life as you
have done in high school, and in closing, we
wish you the best of luck.
Pade 3 6
ALICE BOOTH FOOTER
U ll. K. 174, -ll: l'cn and Pencil Club CI, 2,
T'he Senior Class may count itself "plenty
lucky" to have Alice as one of its mem-
bers. Did anyone ever see her angry? Of
course not. Alice has one of those pleasant
dispositions that is admired by everyone.
She has been an active member of the Pen
and Pencil Club during her four years in
school and the club will surely miss her.
Alice doesn't know what she'll do in the
future but whatever she undertakes she'll
be a success and the Class of '27 wishes
her the best of luck.
ln-butimsq Club ll, fll ll1'n-mg Artists Club KU.
We have here one of the most silent boys
in Allegany, and also one of the best liked
ones. For two years he was so quiet you
hardly ever noticed him, but in his Junior
and Senior years, he took on that upper
classman attitude, and stepped into the
limelight of the Commercial Department.
He is never too busy to be polite or kind,
he seems to delight in helping others.
Frank, don't forget your friends in the
Class of '27. We wish you good cheer,
luck, and success.
HELEN BERTHA FOX
tllm- Club Ci, -IJ: History Club fill: l'r4-:alive
Club fill: "Svvcm-tln-arts": "Mary"g Slfllllil Phi
"Gcnflc in 'llIIl7l7I6'l'?Sfl'0Ng in
Helen is a quiet and sedate maiden of thc
Class of '27, She has a sweet manner that
seems to attract all her classmates, She is
good natured, obliging, a good sport, and
a true friend. Helen has been in our musi-
cal comedies, and has taken an active part
in the Glee Club. She is well liked by all,
and we feel sure that all kinds of success
will come her way when she enters the
highway of life.
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A. D. lx. C453 Malo Chorus C-U: HSXVl'4'l.lll'Jll'iS"
fill: 'Wvllat Happened to Jon:-s'."' HJ.
In September, 1924, this lad entered
A. H. S. as a member of the dignified UD
Senior Class. In fact, the class would he
dignified if all were like Paul. Incidentally,
there must be a good excuse for this dig-
nity, so here it is-Paul is a real scholar.
He is of the rare type that hears much
and says little. This year, although habit-
ually on the honor roll, he found enough
time to take part in dramatics and to use
his voice so well that we predict that he
will rival the great tenors.
VIRGINIA MAE FREE
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This old fashioned girl seems to be El
little out of place in this rushing, dashing:
sie, but never the less she is a good sport
and a steady friend. We all have learned
to depend upon Virgie for help in time oi'
YFOUDIG, and she is always ready to aid us.
Her sweet, unchangeable disposition has
made us all love and respect her. Virg e,
when you go out in the world don't forget
the class of '27 because they won't forget
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"Oh, size is fl! p, ff'f'i:f,.'.'
Who doesn't know 'tFreshie"? There are
a very few who don't, for this young! lady
is the possessor of a most charming per-
sonality and is endowed with a sweet dis-
position. besides Inese qualities she is one
of the most attractive students in Allegany.
and is classed as one of its best dancers.
We don't know just what t'FresEiie" intends
to do for her life work, but we are su.c
that with her blonde hair and sunny smile
she will be a sure sue:-ess in the world.
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"Heart 071 hcl' lips-and soul ivifhin hm'
Lois is like the above quotation. She has
auburn hair, a sign of temper, but this is
not so in her case: for those who are ac-
quainted with her, know that she has a
kind and affectionate disposition, with a
smile for everyone. She has always sup-
ported activities, and at almost any game
you can see Lois on the sidelines. Lois
says she is going to Normal, but we all
have our doubts. Here's hoping you make
a success at whatever you undertake, Lois,
and come out on "top" of the world!
Debating Club HJ: Physical limlucation Club
HJ: Library Club HJ: Junior llrzmmatic-s 1245:
"The Mun YVl1o ltlurrim-ul a Dumb XVifm"' LID:
Soccer CD3 Truck HJ.
Tevis, whose handsome photograph you
see, belongs to that certain group of young
men commonly known as sheiks. But don't
get the idea that this is his only attain-
ment, he is interested in debating and all
athletics. His grades are the pride of his
teachers. Tevis knows all there is, was, and
is going to be about current events, and just
between us, if you want to borrow a pen or
a pencil, just ask Tevis. With hope for
success, the Class of '27 bids you farewell.
CLYDE C. GURLEY
Junior lirumntic Club 12, 3, 41: Mirror Stuff
HJ: Ili-Y K-U2 Crvat,ive Club fit, 45: Orelu-stra
Ci, 43: USVVL'1'tll02lI'tS" 135: "Smiling: Thru" CID.
Clyde is a boy who does any number of
things well. A glance at his list of activi-
ties establishes that fact. And while he
has a certain dignity that keeps him from
being classed with the frivolous, he, never-
theless, ably played the part of the villain
in the class play and he has been known to
work havoc with feminine hearts more than
once. We look to him to become at least a
bank president or a figure on Wall Street.
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GEORGIA FRENCH HARDY
"Golden hair, like sunlight strenmi11g."
um- Club 11, 3, 413 French Club 12, -nz Art
Tall and stately-that's Georgia. Georgia
has been with us all four years and al-
though she doesn't look it, she is known as
one of our champion gigglers, especially in
Democracy class. For three years Georgia
has blended her voice with the rest of the
beautiful ones in the Glee Club. She is one
of the few who are taking three years of
French and judging by her middle name,
she must be quite Frenchy by this time.
We are sorry to be separated from Georgia,
and all join in wishing her "bon voyage."
ELIZABETH LEE HEINTZ
In-hating Ulub 1341: A. IJ. K. 13. 45: Sigma
l'I1i IM-Ita 1233 Pa-n :xml Pencil Ulub 12, Ii, U:
I"rm-nch Flub C333 "Once in zi Blur- AIINHIHI
"Smiling Thru": "lVhut Hzippm-nr-ll to Jones."
"Her eyes were deeper than. the depth of
'loaitev' st-illed ut e'ven'."
It seems that words are always cold and
inadequate to picture a personality. We
found ourselves in this dilemma when we
attempted Heintzie's write-up. Yet, some-
how, words-gay, laughing, sparkling words
come tumbling into our brains at the mere
thought of her. Warm pulsative life has
found expression in her dancing feet, the
dream of smiles in her eyes, and the spon-
taneous friendliness of her manner. What-
ever course Heintzie may pursue she has
our heartiest wishes for success.
BARBARA VIRGINIA HERON
"She mixes work and play together so as
fo make both enjoyable."
firm-p:f: .Xrtisis 0273: Girls' Illlllgllt' C'2li, '2TJ:
ul.-.I Club q'::s, 249.
Happy, carefree, and smiling,--that's Vir-
ginia. A girl with personality written upon
her face. Virginia is always talking, ever
in her class room. She must be talking
about her lessons, of course, judging by her
marks l?J. But, when she speaks, you can
expect to hear some brilliant, witty remark
and learn something new. Virginia has a
host of friends in and out of school be-
cause of her winning smile and sweet dis-
position. She has never told us of her plans
for the future, but we know she will suc-
ceed. Farewell, Virginia, we wish you luck.
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hull 131: Cuptuiri of llrnskf-tbnll TL'5llll HI: .luniur , U x
Drmnntic Club t2J: l.:1tin Club 1125: Sflcxw-t,ul'A'
ez. A. U. um: x'it-1--in-.Asi.l.-nr .unit-up Assn- 1 'fl-KJ'
ciationg Truck ll, LZ, 21, -H3 l'n-11 :mil Pr-nm-il Ulub
U13 "Sw:-1-ilu-:u'ts": l'Ind-bull.
"Hetz" is the type that looks well IU a
shirt and bow tie. Quiet to a certain extent,
Pauline has the most adorable pout we have
ever seen. She can get along with anybody
and is popular with everyone who knows
her, and there are a a great many who do.
To those who come to the basketball games
"Hetz" is a familiar figure. She's always
ready to help anybody out and thinks more
of the team than of her individual playing.
Bless you, "Hetz."
"Sf0ndy Us The clock."
lli Y K-H
Gene is a quiet fellow who is usually en-
gaged in doing something different from
the average high school senior. He works
hard at everything and accomplishes a
great deal. Gene is one of the Park Heights
residents and in spite of living so far away
he has a reputation for getting to school
before anybody else in Room 2. If Gene
only continues in the rest of his life the
way he has done in high school he should
have no trouble at all in becoming a big
man in the world.
ALBERTA HINEBA UGH
Art Club CR, -ll: Science Club HJ: Girls' GI.-v
l'lub 13, -U.
t'S'hc lives at pence with all the world,
In frimzdship she was trac."
Alberta is another one of those rare girls
who never says much-that is very much.
You know she's there just the same. Al-
berta has a fine artistic sense. She has
been an active member of the Art Club
since it came into existence last year. We're
sure Alberta is going' to have a wonderful
future. Not being fortune tellers we don't
know just what to predict, but we are sure
it spells success.
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RU SSELIL LOWELL HOEiLZER
Junior Dramatic Club 12, 3, 47: Junior Debat-
ing 123: Orchestra 443: Track tl, 23, Soccer 433.
Russell is one of those quiet unassuming
boys who is gifted with such an amiable
disposition that his popularity is assured.
Not only has Russell given evidence of his
versatility in the dramatic club, the de-
bating club, the orchestra and athletics, but
has proved himself to be a good student as
well. We do not know what Russell is
planning to do after school, but whatever
it may be the class of '27 wishes him 'tBon
Vice-President Girls' Athletic Ulub H11 Latin
Club CBJ: Sigma Phi Delta 123: Basketball CI,
41: End-ball till: Captain, Touchdown Pass Ball
633: Captain Valley-ball 12, 41: Fin-lml-bull 1335
Captain Captain Ball QU: Track fl, 2, 3, 43.
Here is one of A. H. S.'s loyal supporters.
Whenever there is anything going on you
will always see "Lizz" there. Besides be-
ing a supporter she is a star athlete taking
part in basketball, volleyball and fieldball.
"Hoover" is a good sport and a truer friend
could not be found. Her ambition is to be-
come a physical culture teacher and you
may be sure she will succeed. The class of
'27 wishes you the best of luck, "Hoover"!
Boys' Athletic Ulub: Buys' Fencing Club: Uns-
ketball 13, 41: Track U, 21.
William has been a student at Allegany
for four and one-half years. Now don't
think that he spent the extra half in study
because he failed for he didn't. He liked
Allegany too well to leave. Although new
this year at Allegany, fencing has become
very popular with many of the boys, and
whenever we think of the Fencing Club we
think of 'iBill", for he is one of its foremost
members. Whatever you take up in after
life, Bill, Allegany feels sure that you will
make good and here's wishing you luck.
RICHARD MAREAN JoHNsoN
"A good sport."
Basketball CS, 412 Soccer 13, 431 lluys' Mulli-
pla- Qum'te-I, 145: lli-Y K-H: Tram-k LI, 2. Il. 41.
Behold, the noble Dick! Dick is the star
center of that championship basketball
team. We'll never forget him! He also
held the position of goalkeeper on the soc-
cer team. Besides being an athlete. Dick
is a loyal supporter of all other activities
of the school. He has a winning smile and
a laugh all his own. A better sport could
not be found. Dick is going away to be an
electrical engineer. and the class of '27
wishes you the best of luck, "Dick."
M ARJORIE GOODM AN JONES
Sigrmzi Phi Delta Cl. 23: Latin Club C232
French Club ISD: Art Club 1275 IH-n :intl IR-neil
Plub 13, -lj: A. TJ. K. fit, 41: "Svvi-1-tl1vu1'ts"Z
"Once in :i Blue Moonn: "M:rry."
"A true friend, the best of sports."
Here we have the "pep" of old Allegany
all in one petite girl. 'iMarge" entered at
mid-year with the class that made "It Must
Be Love" famous. She is an all-around
good sport, always in for a good time, but
ever ready to help anyone at anytime.
Marge is one of the most popular girls in
the school with both girls and boys. We
all know that she is a world-famous "heart-
breaker," although she doesn't try to be, but
she is also a true friend. Marge, we wish
you every success.
EDNA LOUISE KENN EDY
"Deep blue eyes and blond hair,
Wlzen. 'it comes fo a 'IU'l'I1.S0'IIlU smile she's
Edna has been with us for four years,
and during her stay has been one of the
most industrious members of our class.
Everyone can tell when Edna is around
because of her sunny smile and good dis-
position. Edna wants to be a nurse, but
it will be "good-night nurse" if the owner
of a certain blue "Nash" comes around and
steals her. Her nickname Eddie happens to
apply to someone else too-Edna knows
whom. So heres to you, Edna, with our
best wishes for all the success in the world!
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ol' Iioys' Physical Education Club Hb.
Hail to another adorner of the fair halls
of Allegany-our sheik, Arnold! Can't you
see by gazing at that picture that he was
"lt"? That Smile! And the way he combs
his hair! The snap and dash with which he
wears the latest in men's styles from Paris!
Arnold always presents to us our idea of
what the well-dressed man will wear. But
what we like about him is that he is a real
fellow. We don't know what Arnold wants
to be, but we wish him the best of luck in
his chosen profession.
Mirror Staff HJ: Football 41, 25: Track fl,
Ill: Spanish Club Ci, -H3 Latin Club CD: A. D.
U. 43: Orclu-stra QU: Sf-nior Debating Club
"The soul of the 'vioIin."
Behold! A master violinist! When our
"Abie" draws his bow across the strings
the entire audience knows that they are
hearing something good. For he can cer-
tainly draw music from that old fiddle of
his. Ever since we can remember, "Abie"
has been playing for us and the happiness
he has given us cannot be measured in
words. "Abie" has always been engaged
and interested in everything. He is always
ready to help a fellow and laughs quite a
lot, very often at himself, which accounts
in a great measure for his popularity.
MIRIAM GERTRUDE KLAWAN
Sigma Phi Ds-Ita. i213 Prosiilvnt. of Sigrnia. Phi
Im.-Ira 423: A. 19. K. 11, ::, 41: llistory Plub fm:
Alvulii lVIil'l'0l' Staff 13, -U2 f'l'USl1l1'l1t of Girls'
I.:-aguv 443: President of A. D. K. 143: "Once-
in il Blue Moon": 'SW0l3tl10?ll'tS"I "Smiling
'l'hru": Declaniation Contest 13. 43: Studi-nt
Council 133: Assistant Editor of Alligvwi.
.Miriam Gertrude Klawan-such a long
name for so small a girl. And yet it would
seem that her name has been an asset
rather than a liability, for under it this
young lady has carried to success more en-
terprises than one would deem possible of
so petite and unassuming an individual.
Miriam, like Alexander the Great, has left
few worlds unconquered. Her power of
leadership is one of her outstanding charac-
teristics. Here's hoping that she'll carry
into the big .world the qualities and
characteristics thdt made her high-school
days, days of glorious achievements.
"A clillar, ll dollar,
A ten o'f'locl.' sclzolur,
Wlwt -nzalfes you come so soon!"
Another of our Commercial students is
Kathryn. Kathryn is one of these quiet,
sweet of disposition, and wise young ladies.
Her motto seems to be, "A still tongue
makes a wise head," but even when talk-
ing she radiates her loveliness. Kathryn
has never definitely stated just what she
will do when she leaves us, but we do know
that she will make some business man a
nice, efficient, and steady stenographer.
Farewell, Kathryn, we shall miss you.
Girls' Athletic Club HJ: Sci:-m-v Uluh UI-
"A dillrlr, a dollar,
A ten o'clock scholar,
lVhat makes you come so often!"
Edna makes it a point never to be absent
more than four days a week, but when she
does come she makes up for lost time-in
talking! 'As a Freshman she used to be
Uscairt stiff", but she has greatly changed.
We cannot account for this change unless
it is the pet topic of her daily conversation,
"Harold", who, in her estimation, is a per-
fect dear. She is a great outdoor girl and
is never happier than when in knickers,
tramping along a country 1'oad.
Edna has chosen teaching as her career
in life. So here's wishing you great sue-
cess and happiness in the future. Edna.
'l'r:u-k QU: Football Hb: llnsketbzill KD: 171-114--
ing Club HJ: Librziry Club fell.
"His voice is ever soft, gentle and lou'.'
Ladies and gentlemen, you are now intro-
duced to one of the best members of the
class of '27, namely Henry, as expressed
by-well, you know, Obscurity seemed to
be Henry's aim for the first three years
in A. H. S., but look at him now. From
his athletic activities Henry has received
a bit of publicity. He was a member of the
basketball team that won the state cham-
pionship. We hope some day to see Henry's
name in glowing headlines not only as an
athlete, but one of our country's greatest
men. Good-bye and lots of luck be with
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VIRGINIA FRANCES LAM
Glue Club 41, 3, 41: Art Club CD3 Domestic
Art Clllb 141.
"A merry heart goeth all the day."
Virginia is one of our quiet, demure las-
sies. It is no unusual sight to see Virginia
laughing and giggling. With such a sunny
and sweet disposition she has cultivated
a host of friends. Everyone who has come
in contact with her is impressed by her
loving personality. She is always happy,
taking life as it comes, and aiding her fel-
low classmates in anyway she is able. The
class of '27 is glad to claim her, and hopes
that, while treading the high-way of life,
her thoughts may sometimes wonder back
to those happy school days spent at Alle-
MARIE MAMIE LA MANCA
Spanish Club KID: History Club QU.
"Silence is more musical than any song."
The above quotations seems to be Maric's
motto. The damsel seldom speaks, she's
very quiet and demure, never boisterous, but
always takes her time calmly and slowly
to do her work. Marie never hurries nor
runs around, like most of us do, in this
busy world. However, in her own way, she
gets her work done just as quickly and as
well as any of us. With such a carefree
way and sweet manner, 'Marie possesses
many friends. We know that she will make
a success of her life, and we hope that all
the luck in the world comes to her.
J. GRACE LANDIS
Junior Drmnzitic Club il, 2, IH: A. Tl. li. K-ll:
Pen :mul Pm-neil Cl? HJ: Glue Club QCD: Ill-i-gg
Artists K-U: Vice- re deux. E Svnkr Class:
"Svvevtln-arts": "lXl'ar' 1 int-1' ' iru."
"A 'wee ' lg nz P,
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B ven as Grac ' spi ith po ' ',
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of our m i l Qdm ' s, en one of
them e d ee h w in o r hearts.
We kn t t da Cl g art ill never
die whil race ll i s. I ay s e always
go danci g thr ug fe, ut ill infusing
her existence with th same ss and prac-
ticability that is so amili r to us.
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Qf'Sh'inin7fe'yesf!1l2fa 'magic girdle." '
' Beulah! s oryfof the mosgngharming gas-
sies of our iiasskgger win ' g pers ity
has surr ed, with, a host of iends
througholiijtln e ,four years withfbs. Dur-
,the gear site hasinbegn-'an active
1' mber ff the Glee Club jowing both
er ab?lity as a singer, d as an able
secretary. She can always find time to take
an active part in the school activities.
Her greatest desire is to become an effi-
cient school teacher. Here's wishing you the
greatest of success.
CHARLES H. LESTER
"Butch" 01' "Charlie"
"Better Iate than ne1'vi'."
llnys' Gln-v Ulllb HJ: Trzwk 122. Ii, -IJ: SOC'f'1'l'
42, 3, 43.
Charlie is a star soccer player and does
equally as well in the Male Chorus. He
holds the record for being tardy the great-
est number of times. Of course it was all
on account of the railroad trains, because
he always got up at eight o'clock QU. We
have never known Charlie to be in a.
other mood but a happy one. His clean cut
personality won him a host of friends at
Allegany. He is going to work for the Bal-
timore and Ohio Railroad after he leaves
"Dear Old High School." '
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4'Fire ip her freyscs, zuiwys in her toesg she
sbrtcl lznrc Music wh refver she goes."
Qyery CWS must fha its Titian haired
Las le, a . he Cla slof '27 is no exce tion
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.lv.Ours is n,the,,fpg .onage of a petite mis-
tress'known to -al as Ha ia'i'e.' Hattie is
a, slid, earnest worker, t YK scholastic
c les ants' in extra-cu f ar activities.
e is zu ependa la fort of person-ask
tie,t9ldo somet 'P g and you may be sure
it .y 'llfbe done. e are glad to have her
e of the Class of '27 and we hope that
stlelyyill have all the comforts and pleasures
o 1 e.
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CARL THADDEUS LINDELL
"HU towcrcrl hcud and slzoulflcis rfcr thc'
Spanish Club Cl, 41.
'tThad" is famed as the biggest boy in
Allegany. Besides standing well over six
feet, he is proportionately broad, and we
wouldn't like to hazard a guess at what he
weighs. This boy just adores anything
with figures in it. He can add up a column
faster than anybody we know, and get the
right answer too. He invariably rates an
"A" in solid geometry. "Thad" is a fine
fellow. He is nice to everybody, always
cheerful and never refuses to help anybody.
"Thad," may both you and your Ford have
continued prosperity, for the Ford certainly
"Silence is the sign of ambition."
Junior Dramatic' 42, 3, H: .lunior Dr-b:it.im.:'
'IH-:im tl, 215 History Club HJ.
"Ladies and gentlemen, as an orator I
am non est." So Clyde starts his orations
both in class and club meetings. Clyde is
very quiet and ambitious. Seldom do you
catch him without his lessons prepared for
he is always ready to recite. Besides be-
ing' an orator of note, he could have sub-
stituted for Shakespeare, had he lived in
that former century.
Clyde was not an athlete but could al-
ways be seen at these contests. Goodbye,
Clyde, and may you have a lifetime of suc-
HARRY J. MacDONAI.D, JR.
llrc-In-s -Q J, - : l'- : 1 H- " Club 3
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Spanish Club KCI, lb: Junior Inumatic Club CD3
Ili-Y Club 145.
"Short -in sff1t1u'c-but so was lv1l1JOI6'fIlI.,'
Harry came to Allegany from Washing-
ton in the bleak month of February, 1926.
He soon won his way into the hearts of all
who knew him and one little miss in par-
ticular. The fact that Harry plays in the
school orchestra shows that he has consid-
erable musical talent. He has ability in
the art line, too. This year he made his
entrance into the Pen and Pencil Club. He
sure is a "wow" at printing. Harry's auto
is just about as popular as he is. It is at
the service of every one. Let's give Harry a
big send off. Hurray!
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LOUISA ADELINE MacKENZIE
Mere words cannot reveal the kind of a
girl Adeline is. One has to know her, be
under the influence of her charming per-
sonaliiy, to reallv appreciate her qualities.
Once you are Adeline's friend you are al-
ways her friend. She is so modest and shy.
just the qualities We all admire even in
thfs flanper age, and yet she is not the
least bit old-fashioned. Adeline does her
wcrk well, but she doesn't believe in be-
coming a bookworm and missing all the
fun. She aspires to be a teacher. Judging
by the qualities that high school students
admire, she ought to be a good one. Fare-
well, Adeline. May you have a success-
ful career and a happy life!
GRACE ETHLYN MacM URDO
A. D. K. 11, 23: Spanish Club fl, 23: Presi-
dent of Suphoninro Ulslssi "Once in si Blum-
Moon": "Swctheurts": Captain Ball CBJ.
"A true and loyal friend."
You will now have the pleasure of being
introduced to one of the neppiest girls in
our class. She is a "jolly good fellow
and has a smile and a good word for every-
body. She not only has heaps of girls as
friends but plenty of the boys too. "Mac"
seems to be interested in biology, and she
makes a special study of "wood" and we
think maybe she means to some day make a
life study of it. We wish her happiness and
success forver. "Hasta Lluegof'
"She's a jolly good sport."
Track fl, 2, 35: Basketball iii, 45: Volley-
ball 141: Fri-nch Club 12, lil: lirnmzitic Club
42, 341: Treasurer of Art Club fill: IR-n :md Pen-
fil Club HJ: Girls' Athletic Club HJ: "Svvn-ct-
Behold! We have pictured above the one
and only "Lizz Martin." "Lizz" is a good
sport and always ready to join in the fun.
She has taken an active part in athletics
during her four years. She is often seen
with a dark-haired Sophomore, but there
is no need mentioning his name. "Lizz's"
ambition is to become a nurse, and we wish
her great success. Good-bye and good luck,
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VICTOR SHANNON MARTIN
"His quietness and studiousness can be
taken fofr u, model."
Ilistory Club 13, 43: Track 1-lj.
Victor is one of the small, studious, and
quiet boys of the class of '27, He has made
the 'best of every opportunity that presented
itself to him during his stay here and has
made good in all he attempted. He never
cared much for athletics, but did his best
in representing the school in his Senior
year in the county track meet. He has
worked very hard and deserves much credit
for the good he has accomplished. Keep
up the good Work, Victor!
RUTH VIRGINIA MATHENEY
Basketball 13, 413 Manager of Basketball
'Fw-am 141: Vollcy Ball 441: Field Ball 131: Mir-
ror Staff 441: Alligewi Staff 143: Creative Clul:
I-H: Treasurer of G. A. C. 145: Latin Club 433:
'I'rm-k 13, 433 Girls' League I-U.
Tiwo years ago Ruth came from Mt.
Savage to enter the ranks of Allegany.
During her first year she succeeed in win-
ning a host of friends. Last fall when she
returned to school she played volleyball.
She was one of the best forwards in the
league and played splendid 'basketball all
season. Everybody will be sorry to miss
the chatter of he! tongue and her satiric
laugh when the "baby of the class ffor she
is only fifteen years oldj is forced upon the
long suffering and much enduring world.
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"Worth her weight in gold."
This is Mae, one of the noted 'brunettes
of the Commercial Department. She is a
faithful supporter of all .Allegany activi-
ties and followed the basketball team of
'27 from town to town, cheering them to
victory. Mae is friendly and loving. She
has many friends in all high-school classes.
Mae wishes to be a nurse and we are sure
she will make a successful one. Good luck,
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Spanish Club HJ.
"Lcm"mfd and fair and good is she."
One of our former students returned to
Allegany just in time to graduate with the
class of '27, Willow came into our ranks
from Toledo, Ohio, about the middle of the
second semester. However, in that short
time, she has made many friends. Her
cheery smile is always ready to greet every-
one. and because of this characteristic she
has made herself known in Allegany. Wil-
low is studiously inclined fAlonzo had bet-
ter watch his stepzj and has succeeded in
ranking high in her studies. We do not
know of her ambitions for future life, but
we feel sure that she will be a success in
whatever she undertakes.
CA RROLL McCRACKEN
"A litflf' pair of frouscrs covers Il muffi-
tudc of flesh."
Ili-Y Club 649: Spanish Club 155, IJ: F1-nc-ini.:'
Club HJ: History Club HJ: Athletic Club Hb.
Carroll is one of the many big boys of
the class, who comes to us from South
Cumberland. Carroll is not only big, but
industrious. During the summer vacation
you will End him wringing out shirts at
the Union Laundry, where he holds a good
position. Carroll has a ready wit, and a
pleasing personality. The class of '27
wishes "Fats" all the success in the world.
lin-gg Artists Club 443: Athletic Club HJ.
"Thy modesty is ll cmzdlc to thy credit."
Marguerite is one of the few girls who
are seen and not heard. She has a very
quiet and amiable disposition. And a big,
warm heart. If there is a show in town
one will likely find Marguerite jn a certain
"seems to be" reserved seat, accompanied
by her closest and dearest friend-Virginia.
Now, like her friend, she wants to be a
nurse. 'Marguerite will be what she wants
to be, so we know that success will be hers.
We wish you lots of luck, Marguerite.
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James is better known to the students as
"Jimmy." Jimmy is another one of these
bright students, finishing his high-school
course in three and a half years. But don't
think that Jimmy is so studious that he
cloesn't have time for other activities. Jim-
my is a wonderful dancer, and you always
see him at the dances with a little black-
liuired, b1'own-eyed girl. Although Jimmy
doesnt play basketball and football, we
know what a good track man he is. "Fare-
NELLIE ELIZABETH MIDDLETON
Spanish Club C311 Ilistory Plub 1-U3 Girls'
"Where Did You Get Those Eyes?" An-
swer us, Nellie! Big, hazel orbs are they,
with long. black lashes that turn back in a
vast entrancing and disconcerting' man-
ner. How many young men have fallen be-
fore the dreamy glance of those "eyes"?
Oh, Nellie has stopped counting! But in
addition to the beautiful eyes thus de-
scribed, she has a sweet, subdued person-
ality that has won for her a host of friends
among her schoolmates. About the only
things that can ruffle Nellie's calm ex-
terior are basketball and a mouse. What-
ever your ambition may be, Nellie, we ex-
tend to you our heartiest wishes for suc-
Sigiim l'hi Delta 12, E512 l-'i'vi1cl1 Flub 121: Glow
Ulub 12. -H: Gregg Artists HJ: Girls' .Xthln-tic
Sweet as a linnet-Kathleen. And Kath-
leen is a beautiful name, suiting in every
Way this small, slim, dark-haired Senior.
She happens to be a Commercial student,
but one doesn't like to think of business
when talking to her. Kathleen possesses
that indefinable "Something" called person-
ality, one of the best aids to success. May
we suggest that before long, lxathleen will
be taking dictation from someone-but not
in shorthand! e
lfrvncli Club: Clivmiswy Club.
Wiliam is another one of Al1egany's best
bets. He liked the old school so well that
he just had to stay in an extra half year
and keep the rest of us company. He is
always ready to help a good cause and
whenever you want something done just
ask Bill. Bill has proved that he knows
something' about French as he is an active
member of the French Club. He is also quite
a chemist and it is a certain fact that the
Chemistry Club could not have gotten along
without him. We are sure Bill will make
good when he leaves school.
, M, GERY IWLj.U,l'j MUNCASTER
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know of n one s endeare ersew'
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to the heQri's'16f" er frie s s h as
Margery. When she,is r fri d she is
yours forewyr. Her s acknowle
tlllou ou gyfsc ol and we often won r
1 it more than he ch 1 at es
""tthat Won for her,.iQt5 r'iAy co uest,
the "most attractiyefgirlf' e thi it
is her personality and dispgptn' 'o that mage
her beautl more. th n ju , in e sf E1
feel cert' n thatihiwill be h ' A ough-
out her4 e Class of 7 wis es her
JOHN ALBERT NAVE
Sii.:'ui:i l'lii lil-ltzu ll, 23: Junior IM-bzltiufl' Vlllb
125: X'i1'm--l'i'1-shin-nt of Soplunnuln- Class QQ!!
Sm-s-vi' Hi, -ll: 'l'1':wk fl, 2, Il, H: llismry Club
UH: Art, Club UU: Ilzitin Club 12, Il, ll: Spun-
isli Club 13, U: l'i'vsiilvnt of Spanish Club IH:
.L ll. lx. t-1. -ll. llt'ZlSlll'l'l' ut A. ll. lx, 1-UI
"Al:1ry": "SWVk'l'l.ilC!ll'lSU1 "Hi-Y Club CU: "Once
in :I llluv ltloonf'
John is one of our bright "A" students.
He is a perfect wizard at books, for he
can tell you something about anything from
Socrates to Darwin! With such a keen
mind and conscientious attitude, John is a
favorite with the teachers. However, he is
Just as popular with his fellow classmates.
John has taken an interest in both dramatic
clubs since he has come to Alleganyg be-
sides, he IS one of our star runners of the
track season. The Class of '27 wlshes him
the best of luck in his future life.
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PAUL CONRAD NICEWARNER
l,ibi':nr'y Club 1-ll: l'n-n and Pencil Ulub Hb.
Paul is the delight of his English teacher
and the despair of the librarian. He passes
his time eventfully and delightfully, clean-
ing' out his locker or inveigling strange
dogs into our stately halls of learning.
Paul is a great pal of Thaddeus Lin-
dell. They both drive the same make of car.
Recently they had an argument as to whose
wreck was the older. Thad won, but Paul
succeeded in running over a state police-
man and having his license revoked. So he
doesn't drive any more. Our red haired-
pardon me-auburn haired lad will always
keep, we hope, his born gifts of luck and
SARAH FRANCES PENNINGTON
Public Spvzikiiig' HJ: flirls' Athletic Club HJ.
"Haste thee, nymph and bring with thee
Jcst and youthful jollityf'
"Bobby" is the girl with the wicked eyes.
Boys, beware! She likes to tell the boys
how much she loves them, but they know
she is only kidding, for in reality she loves
everyone. She is so jolly and good-natured
that one cannot long be in her presence
without feeling her wonderful influence. She
is straightforward in all that she says and
does, and when she choose you for her
friend you know that you have a true one.
Adieu, "Bobby," and may you always re-
member dear Alcohi.
JOHN WEBSTER PITZER
"What he starts he finishes."
Football C2, il, -LJ: l-hiskvtbzill 12, 3, -U: Truck
11, 413 Boys' G11-c Club HJ: Drzunutic Club till:
Fri-ncli Uluh QQ, ZH: Hi-Y C-UZ 1'I'4'Sllll'Ylt of
"Bus", besides being elected class presi-
dent, was also elected the most popular boy
in school. He is a real man. "Bus" always
has tried his best to do everything and any-
thing anybody ever asked him to do. He
has perseverence and personality. John is
a fine athlete, toog he has played two years
of varsity football and basketball, and par-
ticipated two years in track. We hope that
"Bus" joins as good an aggregation in life
as he joined on the basketball Hoor and may
again be on a championship team.
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GERA LDINE ELIZABETH POLING
"Go forth in silence, quiet as fl dare."
Gln- Club HJ: Art Club HJ: History Club
13, b .
"Jerry" is a perfectly quiet girl, who
goes about without saying a word. Anyone
who knows her will grant this. She has the
most adorable long blonde hair you ever
saw, besides being blessed with shy blue
eyes. Putting these together, and adding
a touch of gentleness, you'll have an un-
usual Alcohi girl. Her chief ambition is
to become a school teacher, and if she enters
this vocation or not, she has the sincere
good wishes of all her friends at A. H. S.
EMMETT C. PORTER
I Ormgvr ,of Gregg Artists C26, YTD: f:l'l'f.I'1l' Art-
Happy, carefree, boisterous, and laugh-
ing-that's Emmett. He has the kind of
laughter that is contagiousg his dominant
characteristic is his fun-loving disposition.
He always has a good time! Emmett is one
of the Commercial students and is one of
the stars of Miss Lapp's bookkeeping class.
He has had quite a bit of bad luck this year,
but still he keeps smiling. Emmett believes
in smiling, no matter how tense the situ-
ation, so the class of '27 only wishes to say
"Keep it up, Emmett, a smile will go a
long, long way."
PHYLLIS LAIRD RICKEY
Pon and Pencil Club fl, 2, 3, 41: Junior Urn-
matic Club ll, 21: Glen Club 11, 2, 37: Girls'
l.m-:mile 1-U: "Mary"g "Once in a Blue Moun"g
"SVVt't'tll0llI'lS"Q "Gypsy Rover."
Phyllis is one of the most attractive girls
in Allegany-she's a blond with a Ucom- ,
plexion like a rose with the morning dew
on it" ffrom 'iMary"J. She is always happy
and gay, and when she smiles, she not only
displays her pearly teeth, but her face seems
to just simply gleam all over. Phyllis is
not only attractive, but useful as well. She
is an active member of the Pen and Pencil
Club, and has taken part in numerous dra-
matic entertainments. Au revoir, Phyllis,
and may the fondest of your h p be
1-ealized ov Qvv.
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ELEANOR K. RIZER
"She's little but she's wise,
And Cl terror for her size."
Junior Dramatic Club fl. 2, Ill: Girls' Atli-
letic Club Q-lj: Pon anal Pencil Club HJ: Class
Basketball Team 131: Track 43, lj: Captain
Captain Ball Team LID: Volloy llall Squad HJ:
Girls' Leagiie KU.
Those who know Eleanor know that the
above quotation fits her to a MT". Eleanor
is quite famous for her "sayings"-if you
don't believe me just stick around her for
about one minute and forty-nine seconds.
Eleanor has gone out for athletics. This
seems to be one of her chief interests. We
hear that her ambition is to be a second
M1ssiPape or to own a girls' baseball team.
We do hope that she will be a "howling"
success in whatever she undertakes.
LOIS LaVONNE ROBERTSON
Slmrtlianrl Club Q-lj.
"A creature not foo bright or good
For human 1zat1u'e's daily food."
Now what can we say about "Slim"?
She is one of our classmates who came to
A. H. S. in September, 1924, and stayed
with us throughout the whole four years.
LaVonne always looks on the sunny side of
life, irrespective of the consequences. She
takes everything as it comes, and worries
little. LaVonne is one of the wide-awake
students of our Commercial Class. She is
a true friend and a good sport and we feel
certain that a person with such character-
istics will win many friends. LaVonne be-
longs to the happy trio-Wagner, lMcGee,
and Robertson. Here's wishing you great
success and happiness in the future, La-
"Live to laugh, fo love, and then learn."
Cheer Leader f'2Tl: De-claniation Cunt:-st
1'2TJ: Field Hall t'25l: Valli-y Hall 0210: Presi-
dent Girls' Athletic Club f'2Tl: Ilublic Speak-
ing: Club f'.:Tl: Junior Dramatic Club f'25J:
Track 025, '2liJ: Tag' Day XVinner l'2Tl.
'tHen" is the 'tspice" of the class ot '27
and when it comes to having a bright,
happy-go-lucky disposition, "Hen's" a win-
ner. Her enthusiastic spirit was conveyed
to the student body this year. in form of
cheer leader. But, besides this, "Henf' IS
an acknowledged leader in other things
around school. Her declamatlon was
worthy of great praise, and as a member of
the Junior Dramatic Club, and a player on
the Field Ball team, she was always ap-
preciated. But how could Henrietta have
done other than just what has been said of
her, because she's one that's always willing
to give 'ier time and energy for the better-
ment of Allegany? 'X
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GRACE CHISHOLN RODRUCK
A, li. K, CR, 43: Junior Drnmzxtic fl,,12i: ltutin
Pluh fl. 212 Spanish Ulub fl ll: "Once in :i
Blue Moon": uSXV4'l'tlll'2ll'lSHI "M:iry' : Girls
"A merry heart goeth all the clay."
"Gracie" is one of the leaders of the Class
of '2T. But what else could one expect of
such a promising prima donna? She has
a smile for everyone at any time, and
everyone has a smile for her. When one
wants to have a good time they always call
on Grace because nothing could he a suc-
cess without her, "Gracie's" work in
"Mary," as the leading lady, is beyond de-
scription and her place in dramatics will
be hard to fill next year: The Class of '27
hates to bid you good-bye, Grace, but we
wish you success in your future work.
"To lruou' her is io lore her."
Marion? Ah me, what shall I say? She
is one of the pupils in the Commercial Class
who helps make it outstanding in the af-
fairs of the school. "Rosie" has a very
sweet disposition, and is courteous always.
One thing that we like about Marion is
that she is always to be seen yelling from
the sidelines of the games. Marion has
never told us what she will do when she
leaves, but we all know that no matter what
it may be she will be successful. Farewell,
Marion, here's wishing you love and happi-
MARIE FRANCIS SALYARDS
"Light Izrozvn hair and hazel eyes,
You ncrcr sow a girl as wise."
1li'4-gg' .Xrtists HJ: Order of G11-gg Artists Hi:
ilirls' Ili-:ug.:11v tell.
When you want some work done well, just
call on Marie. She is the type of a girl
that seems to tit into our commercial class
as a permanent fixture. Please don't think
that she is as demure and aloof as the
picture indicates, for Marie is as happy
and carefree as any member of the Senior
Class. There is a rumor that she has ac-
cepted a position, but whatever she does
we know that her life work will be just a
continuation of her labor done in dear Al-
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M. ELOISE sANoBowE.u., '
"Sandy" , r
1114-o Uluh CHQ .XM Plub fit, 'Uh' hi
"A lvvaltfh df 1v'if5'lz,c'ry lwizmth rr mild
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ij glwso is onevtdf the best liked ,?:i'1'ls of
kdm' class. ,She is !1lwA's the Fentei' of live-
ly, Conversation, ,and is noted for
herlispar ling'.h'1.1mor. -,Whenex'e1' you feel
-,,5ad or looniy just hLrXf.for Eloise and she'll
causeny u to burst i to pealsdof laughter.
mHer'frien.ds,nTe very loyal ones, for Eloise
herselfx is ,a 'true comrade. VV9 are glad
sheds a 'rrgember of the of '27, and
hope thqj n all hetif' uhdbiftakings she will
MARIE HETZEL SCHAFER
"May your troubles be as small us you mv."
A. ll. K, 13. -H: Art Club 135: Girls' Twnngiis-
CID: Frm-neli Club CR, 47' "Swan-tl1v:ni'ts": "Once
in zu film- lxltllllluf "Gy v Row-r": "XY 1 ll:1p-
?AYl'gl4'4l to Joni-s" :ind ' !'y": Siem: hi ll'-ltu
Marie is on ose small smiling bru-
nettes who ne fa.ils,t pl . She may
be ll, m age nd handle
1 duti . S as 6 red n ny hearts
Qt he poi e ile the nun ber of
I i s she ds ' nnot be n ered.
M,a has s n her tal 'in t amatics
e her smili is alce n s be seen
the --guy c ng e best, at all
athle 0. the Class of '27 feel
t at s e ne o he students who can be
nted on to b the class, and to accom-
p her aim the world when she leaves
HELEN A. SCI-IAIDT
IH-n :md IH-neil Club 11, 2, 3, -U: A. D. K.
13, 43: Sigma I"hi Delta 121: Junior In-hutim:
Vlub 123: Frvncli Club 123 g,Alcohi Mirrox' Staff:
"Once in :L Blue lN1oon": "Sw:-4-thi-:1i'ts"g
"Once ri f"'aHOQi-alzuhys fl-'fI'll'lId.'H
Helen-.Sc J t as been r lo5the tra-
ditions o 'la cestors. s kept kt
the ba e that h -e whie
br BS?Xraisedi H i' stic tal S. ve
ost ablfxdisp yed. H so is
plendikl da wud an a ,nt .u porter
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faitlllgwlen callsdfilmo o giiesergilggabpy
F y. Herw oping thats Willa-fs
as outs ' g a chzirxffiy in life as
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"Queen rose of our garden of roses,"
Girls' l4l'1lf-Ylll' ill: Girls' .Xthli-tim' Club ill:
film- Club Q-lb.
Who ever saw Elizabeth that she wasn't
smiling?-nobody, because she has a smile
for everyone. Elizabeth has a very sunny
dispositon that nothing seems to cloud. She
is a. favorite of all who know her. Nobody
could ever dislike one so charming and
Elizabeth always makes good grades.
Nothing seems too difficult for her. Let's
hope that her path through life is happy
and free from worry.
lin-i,:g' Artists Club HJ: Junior ln-:imntic Club
CBJ: Nilypsy lillV1'l"' QU: .Xll.ig:owi Stuff HJ: .Xl-
colu lilirror :stuff 4.4, 43: H1-X lib.
"They soy ll friend in need is ll friend in
"But he is fl"1'!'1Id in deed if ll friend you
You now gaze upon the bright counte-
nance of "Shorty", the famous Commercial
student. "Shorty" spent four years with
us and in that time won many friends and
no enemies. Yes! Shorty is the champion
Typist of the Class of '27. Shorty is the
kind of a friend to have. He is never to
busy to give a helping hand in any matter
on which you may question him. He al-
ways has a smile and a hello for everyone.
He is what we call a teacher's delight.
"Shorty", we were glad to have you, sorry
to loose you and are proud of you. so we
send you off with our sincere wishes for a
happy and prosperous future.
HARRY HIGH SELLERS
Frm-nel: Club 12. H: Trm-asurer of lfxwricli Club
1-U: Multiple- Quartet HJ: Truck 125.
Harry is a quiet, unassuming boy, who
is generally liked by his fellow students.
Not only did he serve as a member of the
French Club, but was elected Treasurer of
the Club in his Senior year, and was a
member of the multiple quartet as well.
Harry's ready smile and amiable dispo-
sition have won for him a host of friends,
and the class of '27 wishes him the best
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A lace mantilla and an orange skirt united
with her natural endowments, grey eyes,
black hair and a lithesome, slender figure,
would transform this very quiet, very mod-
ern American girl into the "Belle of Barce-
lona." Ruth is just that type. She is an
artist of great ability, and she certainly can
dance! It is impossible to puzzle her on,
any step and she's one of the Strutters,
which is enough to get anyone into "Who's
Who". Of course, we've omitted a great
deal of praise, for Ruth, who is rather un-
assuming, and we're going to conclude by
merely bidding her "Adieu".
Frm-nel: Ulub 137: Art Ulub 13, ll: llistory
Club fill, -lj.
"Silence is more nzusicfrl flmu any song"
Glennie is best known for her brilliant
red hair. You never hear much from her,
but she's quite a necessary member of the
class of '27. She always makes good grades
and she never fails to prepare her lessons.
In fact, she is thoroughly dependable. She
is one of those persons whom you cannot
do without. What would we do without
Glennie? We Wish her the best of luck
in whatever she undertakes!
RUTH E. SHIPLEY
French Club 42, IU: Art Ulub fill: History
Club Q-lj: Glee Club K-UI U0l1U'5tiC Arts U?-
"T0 know her 'is to love her,
And love but hm' forever."
"Ruthy" is one of the industrious mem-
bers of the class of "2'7". She is well liked
by all who know her. After one becomes
acquainted with her it is not easy to forget
her winning smile and charming personal-
ity. "Ruthy" is a loyal supporter of all
activities of the schoolg while she has never
gone out for athletics, she is generally seen
along the sidelines cheering "Allegany" on
to victory. The class of '27 wishes you the
best of luck, "Ruthy".
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l'r4-si-ln-nt of Class 11413 llusinn-ss Rl:ir1:1g1-r of
Alligvwi 1-ll: Ile-clmnzition H15 A. li. K. 124, ll:
Junior Iirzunutic Club 623: Mirror Stuff ill:
Si-crvtaury of History Ululm ell: lli-Y Q-IJ: "Smil-
ing" 'i"lll'll" C-lj.
"Don" has been one of our leaders ever
since he came to high school. Last year he
proved a very popular and competent class
president. He has materially contributed
to the success of the Alligewi as business
manager and many are the hours he spent
in the office of that publication laboring
hard and long. He has never gone out for
athletics, but he seldom misses a game of
any sort. "Don" surely is a fine fellow,
and we wish him "loads" of success,
Spanish Pluh 43, ll: In-hate HJ.
"Our Lifflc Gl'lllI'l'iIIt'.,,
Although not heard of as much as some
of the other members of the class, Granville
will fill a niche in the annals of the class
of 1927. You could always depend upon
Granville to do the best he was able in any
of his undertakings. "Sleepy" was an active
member of the Spanish Club, and also of
the Debating team of 1927. The class of
1927 wishes Granville the best of luck in
all his undertakings.
CLARICE MARIE SHORE
l-'1'om'l1 Fluh till: Domestic Art Uluh ill,
"Once rx friend, always rr friend."
Clarice is a wistful and quiet maiden of
the Class of '27. She has a sweet and
charming personality that attracts all her
friends to her. She has an entrancing smile
with which she greets everyone. Seldom,
if any, is there a day when Clarice is really
downcast. She is always willing to aid
any of her friends, and because of this char-
acteristic, she has a host of them. Clarice
has taken an interest in our extra-curricular
activities, and is seen at many of our ath-
letic games. The Class of '27 wishes you
the best of luck and success, Claricel
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"lf Smiles were gold, hc'd own thc 1f'o1'1d."
Soccer 13, -ll: French Club 12, 34, ell: Varsity
Merle, a bashful, smiling, academic stu-
dent, from South End, is one who can al-
ways be relied upon to attend the athletic
contests of Allegany. He was slow in
arousing interest enough to participate in
athletics but when he did he received many
compliments on his playing both in soccer
and interclass basketball. Merle was never
known to be angry but always smiled at
every difficulty and trouble. His person-
ality and cheerfulness won him many
friends at Allegany and will certainly win
him many more after he leaves Alcohi.
DOROTHY ELIZABETH SIEBERT
"A 'merry heart goes ull dau."
fil'4'f.'I1L'f Artists HJ: Junior Dranmtic lil, ID.
Dorothy has been a faithful student for
four long years, in that time making many
friends. "Dot" is one of the commercial
students of our class, but we wonder if she
will long click the typewriter keys after
leaving the portals of old A. H. S. Maybe
she will have a greater interest than that
of a 'business career. No matter where or
when you meet Dorothy she greets you with
her winning smile. This and .her very sweet
disposition is the reason why all the com-
mercial class and others outside of it are
going to miss her when she leaves us.
Here's wishing you success, "Dot"!
A. ll. K. HJ: Sigma Phi D:-ltu lil: Public
Sm-:ukimr Club C-U: Dwclzuuation HJ: Rziskt-t.bull
tl, 13, 24, -U: Captain of Ilasketball Tl-am CU:
'Frrlck tlb: Football 12, il, 41: Hsllllllllkl' 'flllllau
"See, the CO7l.Qll6'I'f'lfl hero conzcsf'
Dave was a sharer of everyone's sorrows.
When obstacles arose before him or his
mates he was always ready to aid in the
clearing of the way. It was Dave's delight
to forge ahead of others, and he always
worked his hardest to mount a higher plane.
David, although little in stature, was great
in his abilities, both in dramatics and ath-
letics. He captained the Maryland State
Basketball Champions of Allegany High
School, and played end on the football
team. Besides being active in athletics, he
participated in the Declamation Contest.
With his ideas and his aggressiveness we
are sure he will be a success in the world.
Soccer' 1-tj: History Club 13, -lj: X'lL'0-Pl'1'Sl-
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"Mace" has only recently "stepped out"
and made himself known. He has earned
his letter in soccer and has been one of the
mainstays of the Senior basketball team.
"Mace" comes from South Cumberland and
rides up on the 8:20 car with Merle Shu-
maker and Harold Brown. Sometimes he
drives a Ford coupe. "1Mace's" disposition
is the best thing about him. He's never
downhearted and there's always a smile on
his lean, freckled face. We wish him the
best of luck!
ALON Z0 SLIDER
"A praying for Iea.r1zi11g."
Latin Club 12, 3, 453 French Plub 421: Spun-
ish Club 13, 47: Junior 1Jr:im:xtic Ulub 131: Uro-
zttivv Club 1433 Hi-Y 4433 Multiple Quartet, KU:
l'i't-sich-nt Latin Club HH.
Words are inadequate to express the
knowledge of this brilliant gentleman.
Alonzo is the pride and joy of Miss Web-
ster. When it comes to marks, Alonzo must
be very fond of the first letter of his name-
all he gets is "A", Talk about your three-
letter athletics, Alonzo has them skinned a
mile. He is a six A letter scholar. With
Alonzo's marks as a measure of his ability,
he cannot help but succeed in life and the
class of '27 wishes you the best of success.
LEONA l'. SLOAN
1il't'f.!'2.Z' Artist Club HJ: Kllrls Athletic l'lub til:
Junior Dl'2lHl2illl' Club Hi: History Club fill:
"A dauglzter of the gods, divinely tall."
They call her "Slim" because she is, but
there's nothing slim about her heart-it's
big enough to hold some friendliness for
everyone. She reminds us so much of the
month of May that we expect her to disap-
pear when June comes, but, lo-June
comes and "Slim" has the sheen of the June
sun in her hairy the blue of the June sky
in her eyesg the 'bloom of the June rose in
her cheeks, and, best of all, the warmth
and gayness of June in her disposition.
Slim has winning ways, so here's to the day
when the world drops at her feet.
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141: French Club CD3 Junior 1Ji':un:itic Club
12, 3, -lj.
Here she comes swinging down the hall,
full of pep and fun, our popular Alice. That
attractive smile is well known throughout
the school. Whenever you're in need of a
friend, just find Alice. She takes an active
interest in athletics, and supports all our
teams loyally. Alice is a good sport, al-
ways out for a good time. Her main am-
bition is to be an authoress, and, judging
from what she has already written, we
would say she is certain to attain her goal.
French Club CI, 151: llistory Cluh U53 Domes-
tic Arts HJ
"Time, place and action may with pains be
Hut genius must be born and ucrcr can In'
Elva is one of these carefree girls who
never worry. She is always in for a good
time and generally has it. Her main occu-
pation is chattering with her schoolmates.
Elva is a loyal supporter of all activities of
the schoolg while she has never gone out
for athletics, she is always seen along the
side-lines cheering the team to victory.
Here's hoping that Elva will gain as many
friends in the next school she enters as she
has at Allegany.
GRACE E. SMITH
A. D. K. 423, 45: Dm-bntim: Club 133: From-h
Club CD: History Club UH: IH-n :mul P4-nm-il
Club 13, U: Mirror Stuff Ill: Girls' IA-:1f.ri1v'll52
"Once in :L Blue Moon": "Swe-utlu-:i1'ts"3 Hlloilig'
llIJ"Q "NVliat lluppn-nul to Jones."
Grace was one of our mid-year students,
but she found Allegany so attractive that
she decided to stay on for another semester.
She has always been a live wire and in her
senior year she Hstrutted her stuff" and
made ,us all feel proud that she was in our
class. She is an actress of no mean ability
and has on several occasions helped make
up the snappy musical comedy choruses.
She is an active member of A. D. K., which
in itself is quite a recommendation. Here's
good luck to you, Grace!
Hsllllfllju ,I V V144 4' 47
.luuior lit-butimz' Club ill: Ss-it-zu-o Club fll: 5
.luuior lll'JIIllIllll' Club 12, JI. ll: lll'4'lIl'4ll'!l til.
ll: 4li'vg'g:' Artists Club fly: "Smiling 'l'lll'llU lll.
Do you know Smity? Why surely you
do. Smity has been with us for four long
but happy years, and for two of these has
been one of the chief fiddlers of our Alle-
gany Orchestra. He always seems happy
and tries to make others happy. He is al-
ways in for a good time. "Smity" is one of
those 'iBrilliant" Commercials. He seems
very much attached to his typing machine
because he is near it so much of his time.
"Smity", when you are a business man out
in the big world, think of the class of '27.
HOMER GARLAND SUNIERLOTT
Clu-uiistry Club HJC llistory Club til.
"Not always does action show flu' man."
One of the boys of the Academic class
of '27 is here printed in the personage of
Garland. Garland is liked by all who know
him because he can see the sunny side of
all things. Although Garland has not taken
part in many extra curricular activities, he
always gives the school his loyal support.
XVe can't say just what vocation Garland
has in mind, but we are sure he will suc-
ceed in his chosen undertaking. Good luck
from the class of '27, Garland.
PAUL MELVIN SPIDELL
Flu-m'li Club C212 l'i's-simlviil ul' 'Fl'1llk'll Club
ill: Sefciw-t.:ui'y :mtl 'l'iw-:islilw-i' l'lll'llll4il'X Club
My kingdom for a car-he has them. but
they do not belong to him. 'Paul has a very
sunny disposition and can get along any-
where he goes. Paul has never participated
in athletics, but he has taken an active
interest in the French and Chemistry Clubs.
Much could be said about Paul, but with
the success he is going to attain in the life
to come we will leave the writing to the
future historians and writers of the lives
of great men. 'Au Revoir et Bon Voyage,"
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"A lurppy, smiling 1-o1n1tm1u11cr'."
i'Spike" did not enter Allegany until the
beginning of the last semester, but it is
surprising how well known he has made
himself in that short time. He began by
selling more tickets for the musical comedy
than anybody else in the school. "Spike" is
a born salesman. The thing which aston-
ishes us most is his extreme infatuation for
the "divine Sarah." Her last name is not
Bernhardt either. We are very sorry that
"Spike" hasnt been with us longer, but
we wish him the best: of luck in his future
GEORGE J. STIFFM AN
IN-n and Pt-neil Club fl. 2, 3, -ij: Junior Dru-
mzitic Ulub 431: Soplnmiorv IM-h:itim.': 1233 His-
tory Club CID: Librzxry Club C-D.
When you see a certain young man
walking through the hall or talking to a
crowd of young ladies, you know it must
be George. George has been with us for
four years and has proved himself worthy
of the name he now holds "A Senior." He
is a loyal supporter of all sports and when
it comes to social affairs George is always
to be counted on. Well, here's to George,
may he be successful in whatever his future
may hold for him!
LOUISE BERTHA STIFFMAN
Glu- Club CR, 43: "Sww-tlw:srts"3 "M:1ry":
History Club CH: Spanish Vlub 13, U: Junior
llrznnatic Club tl, 221.
"Of such a merry, humble, stirring spirit."
This wandering girl has at last returned
to us. Early in the year the Class of '27
was sorry to hear that it had lost one of
its members, who had decided, quite sud-
denly, to depart to the city of New York.
However, Louise soon came back and we
felt glad to have her with us again. Louise
has just "loads" of friends who are at-
tracted to her by her charming grace and
manner. We know that she will be a sure
success in life, and we hope that she will
always remain the same Louise she has
been during her stay at Allegany.
ROBBIE MARIE TENNEY
Orc-livslrzi il, 2, 21, 451 Junior l5r:im:itic' Ulub
12. 22, -ll: Vollvy Iiull HH: llnskw-tlmll Cl, 'll-
Seated at her traps with the orchestra
playing our High School March as the
students file to their respective seats in the
assembly, "Robbie', is at her best. The
height of her ambitions is to be a trap
drummer in a famous women's jazz band.
"Bobbie" made the volleyball team and was
a steady player, and was a success in this
sport. She is a pleasant young lady, a hard
worker, very industrious, and never com-
plaining. Allegany High will be minus a
prominent member when "Bobbie" departs
this June. Good-bye and Good Luck!
Art Appn-ei:ition Club QU: l4'l'!'IH'll Club 121,
-U: In-hating Club QKJQ Latin Club 125.
Dark brown hair. an olive complexion, and
big blue eyes-that's Ann. This petite
young lady is very demure and sweet. She's
seldom heard but always seen at all activi-
ties of Allegany. Ann has many friends,
and is noted for her pleasing manner and
lovely disposition. She is always on hand
when she is able to aid her fellow class-
mates, and is ever ready to greet her friends
with a cheery smile. The Class of '27
wishes her the best of luck in her future
life, and when she is climbing the ladder
of success may shxe not forget those glorious
days spent at dear Allegany.
JAMES EDWIN TORBET
'I'r:1c-k 11, 25: Multiple Quzirtet HJ.
Jim completes the trio of Arnold Kight
and Le Roy Sheakley. These three are al-
ways together both in and out of school.
Jim is well liked by all his classmates be-
cause of his frankness and his ideas of good
sportsmanship. He is a valued member of
the Multiple Quartet. fWe didn't know he
had a "singing voice" until he joined that
organizationj. Jim and his two buddies are
regular boosters of Allegany and are al-
ways present at all of our activities. Jim,
we wish you the best of luck and success
when you leave Allegany and start tread-
ing the highway of life.
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PANSY LE ANNA TROUTMAN
History Club 431: Latin Club Gil: Public
"Her 'voice was erm' lou' and slower."
This demure lass pictured above is known
as one of the most silent members of our
class. She has a charming disposition and
is as sweet as her name suggests-Pansy!
She has kept her unshorn locks since she
was a tiny girl and let's hope she keeps
them a while longer Pansy is very studi-
ous, but still she has time to enjoy herself,
too. When anyone asks you something
you don't know just say, "Ask Pansy, she
knows." We wish you the best of luck in
CLA REN CE ORVILLE UTTERBACH
"Still water 'mails deep."
Clarence is one of the quiet boys of the
class of '27. He is often seen but seldom
heard. We do not believe, however, that
this characteristic is harmfulg on the con-
trary we think it will aid him in the years
to come. It is the man who thinks a lot
and says little that is admired and respected
by his fellowmen. Clarence is a booster of
Allegany sports, and he has taken part in
Track. The Class of '27 hopes that he will
have success in all his undertakings.
Frcncli Flub HJ.
George Walburn is one of Allegany's lit-
tle boys. That is, George is small in size
but mighty in knowledge, for it has often
been said that George was a "walking dic-
tionary." He is the kind of a fellow we all
like, and we are sure next year the students
will miss him. He hasn't much to say, but
when he says something there is usually a
deep meaning behind it. We believe that
George will be a "howling success" when
he gets out into life and "27" is wishing him
the best of luck.
PHILIP W. WALKER, JR.
lli-Y 1-ll: Multiple f,Jll1l1'll'l HJ: A Club ill:
Philip is one of the reasons why the Mul-
tiple Quartet is such a "howling" success.
He sings tenor and makes us like it. And
since it takes a very likeable and well-
meaning boy to sing anything and make us
like it, you can well see that Phil is no
slouch. In his spare time he practices
yodeling-much to the distress of his neigh-
bors. But, then, some people have no ap-
preciation of real art. Phil is one of those
rare beings who rate their intelligence with
much modesty. Although lots of people do
think that yodeling leads to Sing Sing, we
look to higher fields of conquest for Phil.
ELSIE GILL WARFIELIJ
A. IT. K. QSC, 47: Sigma Phi Dc-lt:1 126: Svc-rw
l:1ry ut' A. Il. li. Hb: I'r1-sinh-nt nf Girls' l.v:1y:11.-
ill. "Syn-vtln-:i1'ts": "Mary": "Um-v in :1 Ulu.-
BIuou": French Club KRD: In-lmtirig' Club Lil, IU:
.Xrt Club CH: Pon :mil Pencil Club CU.
Elsie is a hard, earnest worker. She is
a true leader, and has aided much in or-
ganizing the girls of Allegany into a Girls'
League. Elsie has a wonderful personality.
She is ever ready to lend a helping hand
to all who need it, and is always interested
in everything for the good of Allegany. She
has a host of friends who are attracted to
her by her humor, her frankness, and her
ability. She is liked by all, and we feel
that she is one of the girls of the Class of
"27" of whom we can be truly proud.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL WARFIELD
lfhlitni' uf Mirror fllj Mirrm' Stuff 12, 71, -ll:
Soccer 13, -U: Man:u:,'i-1' of Soccer T1-:im Ur:
l'm-try Club 1-U: Cr:-:itivv Club HJ: Dvclamn-
tion 445: T1-ack fl, 41: .xlligl-wi Staff um: Hi-Y
HJ: l'l'1-sith-nt of Class ill: Si'C'l'1'I2lI'Y uf Class
125: Debating Club QCD: Junior Dramatic Club
Important? One glance at the stupen-
dous list of activities above would convince
you what an important personage Bill War-
field is. Bill is one of the leaders of our
class. He is always on the spot, ready to
do his bit for Allegany. This year's "Mir-
ror'l under his editorship is the best in the
school's history. 'tBill" has great promises
in the literary field, and the class of '27
wishes him good luck!
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A. D. K. 124, 43: Sigma Phi Delta til: Debut-
ing Ulub 12, JD: Latin Flub 13, -U3 French
Ulub LIS, -U5 "Sweethc:irts": "Gypsy Row-1"':
"Once in zi Blum- Moonu: "M:nl'y"g "Smilim:
"High created thoughts smfcd in Il hear!
"Marge' is one of our conscientious
students. It seems to us as if her mind is
overflowing with knowledge. She has just
"heaps" of friendsg everyone likes "Marge"
and we've never heard an unkind word said
about her. She is always willing to help in
all activities. and thus has become a true,
earnest worker for Allegany. She is a
staunch and true friend-the kind that
everyone admires and loves. One with all
these characteristics can be nothing but a
"ripping" success in all fields of life.
MARY VIRGINIA WEBER
A. ll. K. 13, 411 Siprnm D1-lla C213 Fl'-ncll
Club HJ: "Ma1'y."
"The smiling COIl7lft"'HG7'1I'P is thc illdfll' Of
Behold! You have before you the pic-
ture of one of the best girls of the 'Class
of '2'7. She loves to have fun and is always
bright and cheerful. She laughs and gig-
gles the whole day long, and, according to
Mary, we would say the old axiom should
be "Laugh and grow lean". She's just a
good sport that everyone loves to be around
-always happy and gay, ready to go any-
where, any old time. We like to be near
her, for her sunny face seems to make us
feel that we ought to be happy and gay, too.
HARMON C. WELCH
Junior Iirnmritic Club 112, :Hz Junior IM-bntim:
Club 1129: Physiczil ldducntion Club I-ll: Ihiys'
Glen- Club HJ.
Harmon Crane Welch, who is better
known to us as "Cocky". is one of our Aca-
demic students. Harmon is quite regular
in attendance and earned some grades
which many of us might have been proud
to possess. He is a boy of a rather quiet
disposition, but at times he lets us know
that he is full of fun and mirth. Harmon
is rather bashful and not very talkative,
but when among friends these traits can
rarely be detected. His greatest ambition
is to become another Steinmetz. Harmon
intends to take up Electrical Engineering at
College and we are sure that in this he
will be very successful. Here's wishing
you good luck, Harmon!
"Her voice was ever sweet and Ion' and
One word would describe Elsie's person-
ality-demure. She reminds one of a spring
zephyr-if one is poetically inclined, and
Elsie, because she is so small and sweet
and angelic looking, causes one to stray in
the realm of spring fancies. But then one
must come down to earth and remember
that Elsie is one of our Allegany students
-conscientious and all that. She has al-
ways been so quiet and retiring that we
have never discovered what she desires to
do when she leaves high school, but we
are sure that she will continue to be the
unassuming. sweet Elsie that we have
JOHN RAWLINGS WENTZ
IH-n :ind Vi-nm-il Club fill: l'i'1-sill:-nt of IH-n
:mil IH-neil Slub HH: Junior Drzumutir' Fluh 133.
41: Publicity t'lmirm:in of .luniur llrzmmtic' Club
143: Frt-nt-li Club 12, Ii, -ll: Svcrs-tary uf Frm-m-li
Ulub UU: Assistant Art IC-litor uf Alligt-wi: De--
butinp.: Club CU.
"Manly, generous and sizzr-ere,
The only one of his kind here."
This picture, ladies and gentlemen, is
none other than our artist friend Johnny.
Johnny has been with us for four years and
during his stay here we have found him to
be a great help in many of our enterprises.
John has an exceptional ability in express-
ing his emotions on canvas as well as on
paper. He has taken part in many extra
activities, and is always ready with a help-
ing hand. Here's wishing you a barrel of
luck and success in your vocation, John!
lliwrgr Artists Ulub.
Pauline, who is a member of the "Tiny
Trio" of Room 11, is much beloved because
of her sunny disposition and winning ways.
Through storm and strife Pauline may be
found smiling cheerfully and lending a
helping hand to each and all who ask for it.
Pauline's most cherished ambition is to be
an especially good private secretary. We
feel sure that, although Pauline is but a
wee mite, she will make a huge success of
whatever she undertakes-still we are at
a loss to decide just where "Ben" will make
his appearanceon the stage which Pauline
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Track 11, 2, 3, 43: Soccer f2, Sl, -43: Captain
Soccer Team HD: Junior Drmnatic' Club Ci, 43:
Pen and Pl-neil Club Ci, 43: Multiple Quurtl-I
"He does his stuff,
And 1'hat's enouglzf'
"Whitie" seems always cheerful. He's
witty, too. He's a real man, all right. He
has been doing good track work during his
stay at Allegany, and he led the fellows
very successfully as Captain of the Soccer
Team this year. "Whitie" adds his musical
voice to the Multiple Quartette and he is
quite' a necessary addition. He's also a
valuable member of the Pen and Pencil
Club. You may be sure "Whitie's" going to
make the grade. Let's go, "Whitie"!
"Fast travels the rays of the sun,
Faster still, does our Jael: ru1z."
Track fl. 2, Il, 43: Football ffl, 43: Iluys' 1111-it
Club Q-ll: Hi-Y I-D3 Ulzuss lflaskvtbzlll T1-:im CS,
-IJ: Captain of Track HJ,
Jack was one of the outstanding figures
of Allegany's track team. When it came
to running, "Jack" surely could cover
ground. He has won the 100-yard dash on
two occasions and has also won consider-
able honor while playing "end" on the foot-
ball team. He starred on the Senior 'Class
Basketball team, the champions of the
We all hope Jack will go through his
whole life with flying colors as he did at
Dear Old High School.
Orcliest,1'a. 11, 2, 3, 45: Junior Dramatic- 113, Ii,
43: Creative Club 433.
Fred is one of the talkative members of
our class. Het is very studious and spends
most of his time studying? with a piece of
chewing gum in his mouth, which he says
makes him concentrate. The places we
usually see "Fred" are playing in the or-
chestra, attending a picture at the Strand.
or standing in the hall. "Fred" is one of
the many members who will graduate in
the Academic Course.
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1'rvsiili-nt of Clu-mistry Club I-U.
The handsome face pictured here can be
no other than 'Bob's. When chosen by the
fastidious students of Allegany as the
handsomest boy in the high school you may
be sure he's good looking.
Bob entered the Junior Class at Allegany
from La Salle. He at once became popular
with his classmates. He has literally
fought his way into our hearts on the foot-
ball team. There's no doubt Bob's going to
be a big success in whatever he undertakes.
Let's wish him the best of luck!
"One, two, fhrcv for Ginny."
"Ginny Wolfe, who do you thinl.'?',
Creative Club C333 fl1t'I.Tf.2' Artists Club CID:
Athletic Club 143.
This dashing blond is a member of the
Commercial Class. Ginny always has a
smile for everyone. She is well liked and a
special friend of the teachers of the Com-
mercial department. Ginny would make an
excellent stenographer, but a little bird
whispers that she wants to be a nurse. We
can all easily picture her in a neat white
cap and apron passing between the long
lines of hospital beds, curing or helping the
patients with a sunny smile and word of
cheer. Good-by-Good Luck!
HELEN ELIZABETH WOLFORD
Art Club 13, -lip Pm-siili-nt of Art Club HJ:
Ilistory Club CR, -H: French Club CSI: Class
"The fairest garden in her looks,
And in her 'mind the wisest looks."
Elizabeth is one of the shining star-lights
of our class. She is faithfully running a
race with Alonzo for scholastic achieve-
ments. It is needless to search very long
for Elizabeth's name on the Honor Roll, for
it is always hovering at the top. We feel
sure that this maiden will make a success
of anything she undertakes, and we hope
that the fond memories of her school days
at Dear Allegany will remain forever in
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"At peace with the world."
Latin Club 12, 151: History Club C571 O. H, A.
Club 143: Tl'2li'k rip.
Louis is one of the best liked fellows in
school, being noted for his never-ceasing
arguments and his inexhaustible supply of
wit. Although he is good at solving prob-
lems, his one great unsolved problem is
how to shorten the distance between Alle-
gany and the Green Street Junior High
School. We understand that he has an in-
terest there other than just "Dear Old Alle-
ganyf' Louis is a bookkeeping star, and
so we know he will succeed in the business
MARGARET FRANCES YOUNGBLOOD
Greg'g Artists C413 Latin Club 123.
One of the best dispositions imaginable
and one of those ever-ready smiles has
made .Margaret one of the favorites of the
Commercial Department. "She sows not,
neither does she reap", which means that
Margaret possesses a steady, reliable na-
ture, that scorns the giddy frivolities of
sophisticated youth. We find that the
steady grind of activity in the Commercial
Department affects not her good humor,
nor does it chase away the smile. Mar-
garet has not as yet revealed any particular
ambition to us, but if she plans to be "some-
bodyls stenog", we are wishing her the best
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We Nominate For the Hall of Fame-.
James Alfred .Nvirett because he was Editor-in-chief of the ":Xlligewi,"
and stood as a leader of his class.
Austin Fleming because he was the founder and first president uf the
lvlllllllll Hanly because of his winning personality and because of his
work as student manager of all athletics.
' Pauline Hetzel because she was the captain of the girls' basketball team
and an all-around girl athlete.
Miriam Klawan because of her interest and work in all branches of school
activity. and her diligent work nn the ".-Xlligewif' and president ol' the A. D. K.
John l'itzer because he was the president of the Senior Class and star
guard nn the basketball team.
Merwin Self because he is the fastest typist in the entire sclicml.
David Sigel because he captained the 10.27 State championship basketball
Donald Shires because he so ably handled the business end nf the 1927
",Xlligewi," and was class president in 1925-1026.
Alonzo Slider because nf his scholastic record and the winning of the
State Chemistry Essay prize.
lvllllillll XYarf1eld because he edited the ".Xlcohi Mirror" and was a lCflLlC1f
in his class. as well as taking part in athletics and the declamation contest.
John XYentz because he made many drawings fur the year book, and
because he was president of the Pen and Pencil Club.
-lack XVilkinson because he captained the 1927 track team a11d ran so
well for Allegany.
Henrietta Robinnette because she represented Allegany in the cleclama-
tion contest, as well as taking part in athletics.
Elsie VVariield because nf her school spirit, her general interest in all
fields of school activity, and particularly because she was president of the
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AM still selling pencils on the corner of Baltimore and Liberty
Streets. My million is safely stored in the old, big, strong bank.
lofgpll-5259, But being as alwavs a great lover of hard work, l still like to fo
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and tem it trade with in' little tincu x. XYell, life is like that.
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Flames will call for me in the big car in ten minutes. "Help the
blind, Mister ?" Une of those bloated aristocrats, but the two-bit piece surely
sounded good. Then l thought of what Shakespeare said-but never mind
what he said. l have an idea-think of that. Tomorrow. yes, tomorrow is
Mr. Kopp's birthday. Twenty years ago he was my principal. l'll have a
big party and invite the class of '27'ethose old pals of mine. Yes sir, l'll do
that thing. Home, james.
Thelma :Nlderton is assistant secretary to the president.
Thomas Anderson returned to Lonaconing last Home-Coming XYeek,
leaving his bottling works in charge of his son.
Helene .Xndrews is president of the .-X. X lj. Tea Company.
Gladys Apple owns a prosperous orchard of them near Hagerstown.
listher Asl-:ey is at the main desk in the Congressional Library.
Virginia Athey is chief stewardess on board the "Leviathan ll."
blames Avirett is one of lXlaryland's ablest barristers and is an active mem-
ber ol the famous "Duck Busters Club."
Russell Beery is keeping the books of the Cumberland Macaroni Com-
Lynn Beightol is manager of I-larrisons "where price and quality meet."
Millard Beifrhtol is ca mtain of the Lfnited States riile team in the cominff
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Charles Beamer has the job with a pull. He is practicing dentistry in
the old Medical Building.
XYalton Blume has recently bought out the old Y. X H. foot house and
installed an entirely new lunch counter.
Gerville Brant is part owner of the l"otomac Edison. She purchased two
shares of stock.
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Harold Brown was expelled from Congress for iilibusteri 1
lrene lirown was visiting out of town. Probably she will stay this time.
Sarah liucy scuttlcs the eleven young ones off to school on the 8.30 car
Muriel Carter is
writing" thrillers for the N. li. .-X. Service. Her new novel
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Yictoria Chappell is matron at the Y. Rl. C. .-X.
lfdith Christopher has risen high in th 1 li
c terarv lield. 'llhis vear she was
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the recipient of the l'ulitzer prize.
Ruth Chase has recently organized a Ridgely Better Babies Club.
Rita Clement is giving linglish lessons to the newly arrived lirench immis
Merle Cobler ai
id his music are the attraction for which the Strand
charg'es an extra tifteen cents.
Mae Collins is president ofthe l.adie
s' Aid and is operating another bake
XYilson Cook is engineer of illumination at the Kelly. He switches the
lights on and oiif
Dorcas Copeland is a regular attendant of boxing matches.
Ruth Couter is teaching at Catherman's.
Marian Crowe is
principal at the new l'ark Heights High School.
Lewis Crabtree is the present clerk of the Circuit Court.
George Coughenour is writing testimonials for Fleischman yeast adver-
Lena Dclbrook is
Grace lleneen is
is managing the boys' department at Swartbenbacks
owner of the Corrigansville bus line.
making a fortune pruning Glady's apple trees.
is selling listerine up in XVest Virginia.
the sporting editor of the New York Times, will cover
game in person:
Roy llouty is chief clerk at the Cellulose Plant.
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liranees lfarl is playing" the stronw' woman in tl ' l l. ' "M
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.lune liarrin has lmeen made matron of the new Almshouse.
joseph lieldstein is conducting' the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
.lessie lilake is the city health nurse.
ake has patented his hltieth invention, a doulvle clisch rv' l ll
a heco ar
Austin Fleming is the national director of the Y. M. C. A.
james Fleming has secured the contract for the third addition to old
.Xlthea liloto is private secretary to l"'ren1ier Mussolini.
.Xrthur Iilurshutz is married and taking dictation when he is at home.
.Xliee lfooter gave away forty million dollars last year.
Frank liord was lmequeathed the family plant hy his Uncle Henry.
llelen lfox has achieved the same notoriety as Ruth St. Dennis.
l'aul lfrase is professor of math at "lJeah ole Hahvahdf'
Yirginia Free is managing the City Bakery.
livelyn Fresh is a hosiery model for the Rayon Company.
Lois flank is owner of the Metropolitan Opera.
'llevis tlerard's advertising agency has succeeded in inonopolizing the
Clyde Curley. the prominent elulnnan. has started a fad for pinl
purple spotted spats.
XX'illiani llanly graduated from Allegany in 1942. For Iifteen years he
was known as the grand old man of high school.
Georgia llardy is head of the telephone exchange. Her anti-guni chew-
ing' policy is lmeing opposed hy the "Hello" girls.
Yirginia Heron is heading' the ,-Xnieriean Federation of Labor.
lilizahetli Heintz has invented a new dance step which has hecome more
popular than the uhlack hottomf'
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Pauline lletzel is playing basketball with the .-Xmerican National Girls'
lfugene Hilton is superintendent of the "Shops"
Alberta Hinebaugh is Cumberland's only woman dentist.
Russell Hoelzer is president of the Rotary Club.
Elizabeth Hoover is the new l'. .-X. L. referee-the one with the Striped
Xvlllllllll Hull is the present county attorney.
Richard johnson is colonel of a regiment of "Devil Dogs."
Iidna Kennedy is president of the American Red Cross.
Abraham Kishter. the violinist, is visiting his family in Cumberland after
an extended European tour.
Kathryn Knieriem is managing the local Chevrolet agency.
Edna Knippenberg is in the employment office at the Kelly.
Arnold Kight is welterweight champion of the world.
Miriam Klawan is at work on her books, "Logical Conclusions on the
Diversity of the Ifthnological Divisions of Aanainalibipeclsf'
Virginia Lam is principal of the Lam School of Business lnstruction.
Grace Landis is starring in "Rose Marie" as it enters its twenty-fifth
Beulah Largent is an interior decorator, or rather a dietician.
Henry Kuhn has accepted a partnership in the plumbing business.
Charles Lester is president of the C. K P.
Hattie Levin enlarged Rosenbaum's so that it now covers an entire block.
Thaddeus Lindell is the lumber baron o'f liastern Minnesota.
Clyde Lucas presented a petition that Cash Valley be consolidated into
the city limits.
Harry lllacllonald is offering 3100.000 to the tirst child under ten years
to swim the Atlantic.
Adeline Maclienzie has invented a new cash register with three "no
Grace Macllurdo made her fifteenth unsuccessful attempt to swim the
Atlantic last week.
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hllizaheth Martin is keeping house in a rose-covered cottage in the Dingle.
Victor Martin is wielding a cleaver in his huge meat market.
Ruth Matheney is teaching talking at the Mary Baldwin Seminary.
Mae Matlick is secretary to the State Roads Commission.
Carroll McCracken is serving his third term as Governor of Maryland.
lXlarguerite Mellinger is private secretary to Governor McCracken.
llermina Mcflee is selling tickets down at Crandall's Strand.
.lames Messick, as chief of police, waging a desperate hght against slot
Nellie Middleton inherited a fortune from her great aunt on her second
cousin's side. Of course she gave it all to the poor.
Kathleen Mohus is Record Book Inspector for all teachers of English.
XYilliam Morris is dissecting frogs at Johns Hopkins.
Margery Muncaster has gained a reputation for her perpetual youth.
She indorses l'ond's two creams.
john Nate has astonished the medical world with the announcement that
he will give no liquor prescriptions.
Paul Xicewarner has donated "Nick Carter's Five lfoot Shelf" to the l'uhlic
Sarah l'ennington has taken her Aunt gXnn's place with the New York
john Vitzer is on the coaching staff at XYest Point.
Emmett Ilorter still maintains that "when hetter automohiles are built.
Buick will huild them
Geraldine Poling is the present principal of -lunior lligh School.
Phyllis Rickey is suing the inventor of the famous live-cent drink for
illegal use of her name.
Eleanor Rizcr's girls' haskethall team had a successful year.
Henrietta lQohinette's kindergarten is crowded with applicants for the
next four years.
La Yonne Robertson supplies Henrietta's tahles with sand.
Grace Roderick is waiting for Harold to hegin husiness.
Marion Rosenmerkel is teaching elocution at New York University.
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liloise,Sandbt:wer is president of the Lucy Store League for the suppres-
sion of profanity.
Marie Salyards holds the world's typewritiug championship,
Marie Schafer has returned from her tifth trip to Europe as private sec-
retary to ,lohn Rockefeller IY.
Helen Schaidt is the proprietor of Schaidt's Coney Island Lunch.
lilizabeth Schilling is a famous evangelist.
Dorothy Siebert is a partner in the 'llwo Brothers.
lleryin Self is leading a big "ball" movement on the New York rubber
Harry Selle1's is owner of the Cumberland Brewery Company.
Ruth Sheakley is the window decorator at 'Rosenbaum's.
Ruth Shipley is United States .Xmbassador to Nicaragua.
Glennie Shipley is the wife of a millionaire yacht racer and polo star.
Donald Shires is the manager of the Associated Press.
Granville Shirley is designing a new type of passenger locomotive for
the B. X O.
Clarice Shobe is the wife of an antique collector.
Merle Slnunaker is sticking to his last.
David Sigel has recently gone into the jewelry business.
Mason Sisk is at the throttle of the "Pinto Unlimited."
Alonzo Slider is president of Yale.
Leona Sloan is biologist at the Western Maryland Hospital.
Alice Smith is working at the Royal Candy Kitchen.
1f:lYIl. Smith is editor of "College Humor."
Grace Smith is compiling a directory of Smiths in the United States.
Harold Smith is president of the Sodahlerkers Association.
Garland Somerlott is the engineer at Lake Gordon.
Paul Spidell is owner of a furniture factory with a reputed capital of
Reatus Spiker is the owner of the shop up on lialtimore Street with the
three balls over the door.
George Stitfman is in the undertaking business. ln fact. he is undertak-
ing all kinds of things.
His sister Louise is the successor of the artiste l'aylowa.
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,-Xnna 'llliomas is cashier ol the Liberty Trust.
james 'l'orbet is an eye, ear. nose, throat, and what not specialist of South
l'ansy Troutman recently underwent an operation of the throat and she
is now able to talk.
Clarence lftterback is president of the Sargent Lock Company.
lilsie XYarlield is leading a movement for the repeal of the six-inch skirt
Philip lYalker is campaigning for the 1947 Community Chest.
George XYalburn is owner of XYalburn's Mammoth Shows, now exhibit-
ing in lilintstone.
Mary XYeber holds the XYorld's Racing Championship. She has devel-
oped a speed of 317 miles an hour in her new super-special.
lrlarmon XYelch is Hoy Scout Executive for Cumberland.
.lolm XYentz drew the latest cover for the Saturday Evening Post.
Pauline XYheeler is operating the cafeteria.
Lloyd XX'l1ite is the owner of a nitro-glyceriu plant near Oldtown.
lfrederick XYilliarns is still breaking all kinds of records at the music
.lack XYilkinson is drawing the plans for the Cumberland-Ridgely tubes
under the Potomac.
lflsie XYeller is a minister's wife,
Robert XVolfe's picture is in every street car. He is the model for Arrow
collars. Handsome Bute!
Yirginia XVolfe has sold the California orange crop to the highest bidder.
Louis XYright is owner of an auto laundry. He dries them by running
them through a wringer.
Margaret Youngblood is secretary to the manager of the Cumberland
Mason livick wears Society Brand Clothes. "The Fit is the thing."
Llewellyn linlow is a household furnisher of Oshkosh. XYisconsiu.
Marjorie blones is still selling Babe Ruths at the Rustic lun.
Le Roy Sbeakley is owner of the Pink and Green Taxi Company.
'llwenty-tive cents to the Fair Grounds.
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HELEN SCHAIIYI' .....
BIARIE SCIIAFICR ....
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RUTH SIIEARLEY .....
PHYLLIS RICREY .....
HELEN DAIIGHTREY ......
ICLIZABETII CIIEIIVRONTE ....
BETTY DAIIGHTREY ........
IQUTH RIATHENIQY .........
H ENRI ETTA ROBIN ICTTE .......
VIRGINIA SCIIULTZ .........
PANSY TRUUTMAN .....
EVELYN FRESH .....
DOIICAS COPELANII ....
JANE DUKE ............
ELIZABETH PIEINTZ ....
MARION GLASER .....
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E K, Hlilili short and fleeting years ago a group of outwardly calm
lfreshmen entered the dear old Allegany on Green Street to meet,
with premeditated stoicisni, the usual hooting and jeering of the
lxiv-i"P,' confident and cruel upper classmen. However, the physical and
T4 'elif' mental torture intiicted was soon diminished and we easily
adjusted ourselves to our new and novel life.
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Early in the year the class met and elected the following officers: Presi-
Clent, Margery -Ionesg Vice-President. Edward Reichg Secretary and Treas-
urer, Betty Danghtrey.
Early in our careers the Sophomores began to warm their hearts towards
the forlorn Freshies and made us feel as though we really belonged to the
school when they gave us a masquerade dance, which was our first appear-
ance in A. C. H. S. society.
The days, weeks, and months passed quickly and soon the awful ordeal
was at hand-"Final Exams!" The ordeal passed and we found ourselves in
a less ignoininions position than before. XYe were "Sophon1ores." Softly we
nnn'innred the word and ecstatically we realized we no longer would bear the
despised name of "Rats" NX'e were confident, now, of our prowess in school
activities and were quite ready to inflict torture on the new herd of "Rats"
who had made their appearance the last of December. A Sophomore meeting
was held and the following officers were elected: President, Myron Sinipsong
Yice-I'resident, Betty Daughtreyg Secretary, Marion Glaserg and Treasurer,
.-Xs we still had memories of the desolate days when we were "Rats" we
gave the mistreated lireshmen a party which the Seniors managed to enjoy
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Two years of the History of the Class of '28 has faded into the past and
now we must shift scenes.
ln September, l926, we entered the new school on the Heights and viewed
our new surroundings with admiring yet hostile eyes. XVe longed for the
old Green Street Building, the scenes of our childhood joy until we faced
circumstances and determined to do our best to imbue A. H. S. with the
splendid spirit that had become the very soul of A. C. H. S.
At the first class meeting we elected the following officers: President,
Albert Vliolfeg Vice-President, jack Treiber: Secretary, lirnest Hutcheson,
and Treasurer, Harold Scharf. lNe chose Mr. Foy C. Curry as Faculty
Advisor. Our President appointed a Committee of six to select our rings
which have become the pride of the Junior Class and have aroused the envy
of the entire school.
ln March the animal junior-Senior Prom was held, being the first dance
given in the beautiful new auditorium which was effectively and artistically
decorated in pastel shades.
Three full and happy years have passed and have left the Class of '28
with fine experiences and splendid aspirations. Next year we shall take up
our new duties with renewed vigor and energy and we pledge our eternal
loyalty to the old Allegany and to our new Allegany.
Thus you see, Our Past is but a memory, Our Today is shortlived and
Our Future stretches before us in golden splendor.
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Andrews. Floyd Gurley, Eloise
Arnold, Roy Graham, Charles
Ashby, Ralph Grimes, Charlotte
Athey, Leona Grose, Pearce
Bagent, Ruth Hamilton, Allan
Barley, Espey Hamilton, Mary
Barnard, Deems Hammond, Graham
Beck, Mildred Harper, Virginia
Bittner, Nevin Harrison, Gerald
Beckmeyer, Mildred Hast, Grace
Blaul, Richard Henry, Verna
Blonskey, Nellie Higgs, Elmer
Bloss, Evelyn Hill, James
Bockhouse, Charles Hinkle, June
Boor, William Hiser, Marguerite
Brode, Mary Howe, Edwin
Brant, Catherine Howe, Elizabeth
Browning, Wayne Hutcheson, Earnest
Buskirk, Helen Hutson, Dorothy
Byer, Agnes Judy, George
Campbell, Raymond Landis, Dorothy
Collins, Georgia Lear, Leona
Cook, George Leasure, Robert
Cupler, Mary Lois Lee, Virginia
Daughtrey, Betty Levin, Rebecca
Daughterty, Lewis Judy, Ruth
Dicken, Margaret Karns. Dorothy
Dickey, De-witt Keyser, George
Diehl, Bernard Largent, Paul
Dodd, Dorothy Lewis, Raymond
Efliand, Virginia Liller, Fannie
Eisenhower, Fannie Lloyd, Leah
Emerick, Marguerite Lloyd, Leon
England, Alma Loar, Margaret
Ford, Blanche Long, Margaret
Ford, Roderick Loy, Helen
Fox, David Martz, Harry
Fram, Rose Matheney, Robert
Gleichman, Robert McCullough, Elizabeth
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Mc'Millen, Thomas Smith, Hazel
Menefee, Katherine Smith, Richard
Mickey, William Spear, Charles
Miller, Harold Stell, Elizabeth
Millholland, Betty Swayne, Marion
Mower, Earl Taylor, Marion
Murray, Beatrice Trieber, Jack
Myers, 'Charles Twigg, Ketzel
Neal, Clifford Van den Berg, Norris
Nethken, George Von Kaske, Roald
Estel Williams, Ruth
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Shlres., Dorothy Teske, Lawrence
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Smith, Alton Wise, 'Stewart
Spruill, Robert Wolfe, Morris
Yarnall, Alice Wilson, Virginia
Zimmerman, George Willison, Lottie
Williamson, Thomas Wolford, Ruth
Wilson, Aulton Wurschi, Roland
Wilson, Gladys Yohn, Lesta
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RIIXXY, October 15, noted a most significant epoch of public edu-
4?QfX cation in Cumberland. On this auspicious day the pageant which
marked the formal opening of the new Allegany High School on
Campobello took place.
The pageant was witnessed by upwards of four thousand
people. It was presented upon the knoll, a little to the west of the building.
XYith a smiling October sky for a canopy, the mountains with their gorgeous
autumnal color for a background, episode after episode of the history of sec-
ondary education is the city of Cumberland, was dramatically presented in
the natural Ainphitheatre.
Every detail of the pageant had been most carefully worked out. Every
pupil enrolled in the school participated in it. livery innovation from the
opening of the high school as a department in 1887, until the opening of thc
new half-million dollar high school in 1926 featured in the pageant, and in
this way was the progress of the high school movement in Cumberland pre-
sented step by step to the enthusiastic audience.
The grand finale was a riot of youth, beauty. music, and color.
Miss Pearl A. Eader, head of the English Department, was its sponsor.
After the exercises incident to the presentation of the pageant, the build-
ing was inspected by the audience, who were most enthusiastic about its
beauty and its adaptability to present day needs.
The Hospital Fund of Allegany High School
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HIC Hospital Fund is a fund raised this year for the purpose of
compensating pupils for injuries received in athletics at Allegany
at Q-Q High School. This fund was begun to take care of a rather
expensive injury received by one of the boys on the football team.
The money may be raised each year by popular subscription
from the students at Allegany, and from the proceeds of a play, game, or
bazaar to be designated by the Hospital Fund Committee with the approval of
the Principal of the school.
The money is to be deposited in a creditable bank drawing three per cent
interest or to be invested in a safe bond.
A student may become a beneficiary of the fund by receiving the approval
of the Hospital Fund Committee. This committee is composed of the director
of athletics, the faculty manager of athletics, the student manager of ath-
letics, along with the coach of the particular team on which the injured person
plays. The principal of the school must then approve the findings of the com-
mittee before it becomes valid.
The Hospital Fund is a permanent thing at Allegany High School. XYe
earnestly hope that in future years the importance and the need of a fund of
this kind will be so obvious to some member of the Class of '27 that he will
deem it a privilege to endow it. This should be done by getting in touch
with the school authorities of that year.
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1Fi?,f.Li:LY lllf Class of '29 slowly made its weary way to the great building
on Green Street, of which it had heard so much. lts members
were a mixture ot green, intermingled with red, when anyone,
especially Mr. Kopp, spoke to theln.
They soon learned what to expect from the upper classmen,
and after a great many embarrassing situations became accustomed to their
The Freshmen officers were: President, John Sapp, Vice-President, Wil-
liam Cramerg Secretary, Virginia Hrewerg Treasurer, Ann Wolvertong Class
Historian, Sara Schaidtg Class ."Xdvisor, Miss Vogel.
After the dreaded final exams, and the wonderful vacation, most of the
class returned, firm in the conviction that they were now Sophomores, whom,
heretofore, they could only envy.
Although they were perfectly delighted with the new school on Campo-
bello, they were sorely disappointed when they realized that they, of all
people, should be looked down upon as "RATS" for another year! This was
because the schools of Cumberland are being conducted on the 6-3-3 plan.
But this disappointment wore off, and the upper classmen became aware
of the fact that the Sophomores via "RATS" were quite an unusual class.
Finally, the class decided to show what they were made of, and settled
down to real business. They held a meeting and elected officers as follows:
President, Dan Ryan, Vice-President, XYalter Pierce: Secretary, john
Rice: Treasurer, Elizabeth Cheuvronte: Faculty .'Xdvisor, Mr. llowcrs.
But as Dan Ryan resigned and john Rice "quituated," another meeting
was held, at which XYalter Pierce was made Presidentg Leslie Helmer, Vice-
l'resiclent3 Tilizabeth Cheuvronte, Secretary: XYilliam Cramer, Treasurer:
Thelma Scarlett, Class Historian, Mr. Bowers, Faculty Advisor.
The Seniors and Juniors may have achieved the reputation of giving' good
parties and dances, but they certainly received a shock when the Sophomores
came upon the scene with the hit of the season-THR SOPHUMORE
PARTY-.-Xpril the twenty-ninth, at which the Seniors were guests. It was
a wonderful success, and will have a permanent place in the minds and hearts
of all present.
The Class of '20 hopes it has put a star in the crown of .Xllegany that will
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'lllle lirst ,XSSCllll1ly.
Class really begins.
Hhllllln RlL'fll'Cg'lll' deserts us.
liirst lnntball practice.
Snceer cancliclates eallerl nut.
lflirst tarcly' case.
Bliss Xllebster belfl Yirgil Class in builer l'UUlIl.
"Rub" Xliulfe begins seliuul.
"l'lclee" laments tlie absence of front steps.
Senior Class urgfanizes.
The Girls' I.ea0'11e is inau0'ui'atefl.
"Pat" tlainer joins the cuacliing stall,
,'xllCQ'llllj'. 333 llarsmis. 7. Tag clay.
Miss Sirbaugli incubated with reference iclea.
Seniur Baby llay. "Ham" Dickey in knee breeclies.
Miss lQarler gives a test.
'l'l1e new "Mii'i'ui"' makes its lirst public appearance.
ilolinstmvu lielcl to 0-O score.
"Charley" Lester seen Ctlllllllg' under the rizuluet.
Pete XYinters takes up public speaking.
lirlitli liancls an article in on time.
IXIHIIZIQTI' llanly and ".Xbie" Kisliter mark ull' the l in
Muriel Carcler writes lier Hrst fairy tale.
Hagerstmrn at the Fair Grounds. Scureless tie.
Meniorial of Mrs. Lunian declieatecl.
Mr. Osburn comes to school.
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Male Chorus organized.
'l'he Pageant. Three thousand people attend.
We win from Keyser hy a single held goal, 3-O.
Morrison meets Helen.
"Ham" meets "Huddy."
Reports are out.
Reports are still out.
"XYhat Happened to -lonesu? lJon't you wish you knew?
Thomas game. Rig score.
Senior class meeting. Trouble hrewinfr!
.Xnother class meeting. Great applause.
Committee consultation and suppressed excitement.
Class meeting numher 3. Boycott lifted. XYe lost to Bruce.
'lihe l'anatrope is thoroughly discussed.
St. hlohn's hites the dust. Seniors attend llalloween party
Yesterday was Sunday.
No school. Teachers must have their little vote
"Hill" Hanly's iootlmall lmanquet.
La Salle tied with no score,
Central holds us to a second scoreless tie.
Morgantown is defeated, 7-O.
Rustic lnn opens.
Volleyball team heats llarton. Soccer score, l-0.
The .fXrmistice Day parade.
Dickey and Harley leave for the Navy-Michigan
.'Xllig'eu'i Statl' selected.
Another overwhehning' yjctory over Meyersclale.
llickey and Barley return.
Girl haskethall candidates called out.
"Thad" Lindell huys a new suit.
Thaddeus huys new shoes. Pristine glory.
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22. Fleming' is present for the third successive day.
23. "Chuck" Trader returns can of heans to Bedford.
24. "Roy" Sheakley smashes another car.
25-26. Thanksgiving holidays.
27. VVe lost Z1 6-0 game to the .Xlumni-.
lfirst basketball practice.
The Girls' League donates.
1. Hi-Y is organized. ,, A,
... XVe are surprised by the second row of reports.
3. "Pete" XYinters makes his debut as cheer leader.
6. The Commercial Room is empty at 5 o'cIock for once.
8. Vacation only thirteen days off.
9. Vacation only twelve days off.
10. Only eleven days. N
13. Senior pins arrive.
14. Declamation contest.
15. Democracy class trial.
16. "Take My Advice."
17. Saturday. -
20. Frantic last minute collections for teachers' Christmas pres
21. Santy Claus. Goo-goo.
4. Again we come hack to school. XYe love our teachers.
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XYe defeat last year's county champs, llarton. -lo-ll.
Leads for musical comedy chosen.
La Salle turns ns inside out.
lXliss liader gives a test.
liooli reports due tomorrow.
llemocracy notebooks due.
The llemocracy class snhscrihes to the Literary Digest.
.lnnior rings arrive.
llemocracy notehooks hrought in.
Hagerstown makes its lirst appearance.
Senior hoys decide what the girls shall "commence" in.
Senior girls made sensational comeback.
The Hi-Y attends the Strand in a hody.
lioothall team appears in the new sweaters.
Hill XYarheld gets his hair cut.
Scores pass ont.
The school has recuperated.
l'en and l'encil Clulm gives a hig party.
The hill comes from the Societv Ranihlers.
The lirst day of lfehrnary.
XYork hegun on Alligewi. Groundhog day.
XYork on .-Xlligewi to hegin next week. False alarm.
IUU per cent attendance in Room 4.
XYe win a great extra-period game from Keyser, 28-27.
High hopes of heating La Salle.
We continue with Central, winning in last quarter, 29-22.
School spirit is present again. , Chances for the pennant.
-lohn XYentz is reniarcelled.
The ticket sale for "Mary" starts.
La Salle again. The old gym packed. Nine-point lead in
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Celehrity contest lmegins.
Celebrity contest continues. l'rice on live-eent cigars rises
Room 8 hard pressed hy Room l-l.
Room l-l and Room fm draw closer.
'I'ielcet contestg Room 6 ahead.
l4ernard's and Mr. XYlCliZ'll'fliS car is still hehind.
Clyde llnrley snccumhs.
Mr. 'llaylor decides to sing the 'ASoldiers' Chorus."
Merwin Sell' gets his gold medal.
Mr. XX'oodcock works on his first editorial.
'lunior Senior l'rom.
lYar declared on chewing guin.
Truce is signed. Park your guin here.
Ifxcitement at the Rustic Inn.
Nine pups arrive at the Inn.
Central defeats ns. flloom.
Same with a ditlerent audience.
l'anl Nieewarner applies for a license and runs over a cop.
License application shelved.
We heat Bruce and win the right to play Central.
Nothing' hut haslcethall.
'l'he county championship. Davy Sigel hero in Central game
"XYhat I Saw" and "XVhat I Heard."
Getting ready for Hagerstown. .1
XYe turn the tahle on l-lagerstown at the Gym.
lfxcitement. State championship in sight.
Big migration to Catonsville. XVe kill Annapolis, I3-7.
Chaos. XYe meet them at the train.
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Return and go to the Girls' League Bazaar.
The Big Parade. The County Debate.
'vVe still rejoice in spite of losing the debate.
At last we swing' into the old routine.
"jimmy" Avirett is visited by a State policeman.
H e is exonerated.
Marian Rosenmerkle knocks off six hundred words a minute
on the typewriter.
The track squad objects to feminine intrusions.
"Bill" XYarfield again gets his hair cut.
"Scliatlf" and "Les" llelmer rejuvenate the old tennis court.
Mr. Osborn and Mr. Robinette play tennis.
"Abie" treats the school to banana splits.
"Abie" is soundly thrashed.
Elsie ilunked by Mrs. VVE1I'f:1ClCl.
The track team is sent over the hurdles.
The price of mercurochrome goes up.
"Daddy Bills' " gang gets in wrong with the
jelly beans brought as bribes.
Sedgwick Street track meet.
Frenzied last-minute work on the Alligewi.
"jimmy" Avirett takes the Alligewi to press.
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ltirvrtor ..... .. .. .. ..... IIARo1.1m C. XYICKARD
ll'hi1'l1 Cllll7 in our school is 1'o11sirl1'1'1'1l tht' lwrst,
Thr' 0110 that tofurrs alvoiw' all tho rvst.'
lt fI'0CStI'f taht' long to lctzofu what j'0ll'll say,
For it's tht' Sll0f7fP.Y and f't'f'f".X' J. D. K.
Some ycars ago this club -was begun
By students who liked to work and have fun .'
Ana' down to this day has lnwr carried its namc,
.lust fillcd with sztrrrss and all sorts of fUl'llff'.
Now through tho past yvar it has stood at tht' lzvadq
All kinds of school fZlllt'fI.0lI.Y this jim' rlulv has lrd.
In tht' Pagfaut its 1nc'n1l1c'rs workvcl hard and with
To makz' it thc' hind that to all would appeal.
In rostzfitms so vivid and ll!'fl0ll so rare'
Thvir srmli' was 1't1a1'tc'd Tlllfllflltf any flarv.
Tho rrowd was amasca' at .vzfrh bright array
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.-Ind along in Ortolwor tltry gain' a- grvat play
lVhirh lmramf' in our srhool "tho hit of tht' day."
"ll'hat Htzfvjrmzrtl to J0tIt'.Y.lH was tha Manu' of thr show-
Yozt heard thosv words ztzmtioztra' 7vl11'1'1't'v1' yozfd go.
.-Ina' than at the Christmas timf of the year,
ll'hz'u rw1"vo1zc"s happy and full of good rhvvr,
They f1rr'sm1tcd a program so bright and so mm'
That t'7'f't'j'0110 'zcfondcrod what :tart thvy 'would do!
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'Tlu' .S'fl'Ilfft'I'.YH in all tlu'ir glory anal fanu'
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flu' .fI. lf, K. alaauv was a gala affair:
Tlu' a'a1u'r1'.v, flu' lllIl.YI'l' lrnf a fruv fF.YlI'T'l' air.
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Arts and Crafts Club
l'1't'.N'li1fl'llf ...................... ......,.... ................... ............ l Q I "rn fUl"l'l-IR
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Club ,'llfT'l'A'0l' ................................................................ Miss SXYISIIICR
'llhe .Xrts ancl Crafts Clnh was organized with thirty-three members from
the various classes. 'llhis eluh has for its aims: Bettering home conditions
anrl clecorationg inlproving' taste in clress and manner.
The Clulm membership consists ol:
lilizaheth Sigel Ruth Couter
lflizaheth Cawe Yirginia Athey
Milclrecl lieek Klilclrecl lleekmeyer
Ruth XYllllZlIl1S Marion Taylor
Virginia Sliallerinan lilizaheth iXlCCllllUllgIll
Dorothy liarns Natalie liight
Ruth liorcl Katherine Nenefee
Margaret XYeires Virginia Lamb
Tenepest XYelch Ruth Shipley
lfva Pyles lilva Smith
Fannie M. Iiisenhonser june Hinkle
Nell Payne Leona Lear
Margaret Song Thelma Alclerton
Clariee Shohe lflizaheth l'enrorl
Leona ,-Xthev Glaclvs XVilson
Dorothy Doclcl Georgia llarrly
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lflovcl .Xmlrews Harry Mzicllonulcl
5 , L, Vvilltflll Blume Betty Klillhollaml
1 fx Homer Horror Margery Muncaster
'lr ' Virginia Brewer Elizabeth Martin
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Ji' ,. .lu tff Alice Footer lileanor Rizer
N-7 N 5' Paul Frase lflizzlheth Sehaiclt
J s Aff Nj' Evelyn Fresh Helen Schaiclt
K-QU gy' P Lois Gank Paul Schobe
Q' A , 'I ' gn Marian Glaser Grace Smith
XJ? hy. John Gleichman George Stiffman
Y, KLA . Pauline Hetzel Marian Swayne
T XX Elizabeth Heintz livangeline Twigg
L' F Mildred Hughes lflsie XYartielcl
Margery Jones john XYentz
-UVU1 E1 George Keyser Lloyd XYhite
V Robert Leasure Alhert Xl'olfe
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lfate has smiled kindly on the l'eu and l'eucil Club to make this year a
very successful one under the leadership of its able officers: President, John
XYentzg Secretary, Margery Muncasterg Treasurer, George Keyseij and
Faculty ,-Xclyisor. Miss Husted. ' 1
This is one of the most active clubs in the school. It does the drawing
and printing for all activities. Last September it was kept busy making
posters for the Pageant, but it handled the work competently. There are
about forty members in the Club, many of whom have real talent. 'When
any one asks the Pen and Pencil Club to do work for him you may be sure it
is done well.
The Club Dance this year kept up the reputation of being a "swell"
affair. The dancers swayed to the strains of music made by the Society
Ramblers, and the evening was pronounced a decided success.
The Pen and Pencil Club regrets the loss of many of its capable mem-
bers through graduation and wishes them the best of luck in the coming years.
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Miss llearl A. Eader and Mr. Remliert
blames Alfred .Xvirc-tt
Norris Van den Berg
Anna .lean XN'atchman
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The opinion that the public sclnml slnmlcl equip its lIlCllllJCI'S for intelh
gent llllfl etlicient citizenship is tlzxily beemning' more generzxl. XYith this iclt 1
the Debating Club this year has eonmlttetetl formal clebutes. lilllllllilflllllg'
ineinbers with literature, nrt. science, and current eventsg training' the me
bers to think lugieztlly :nnl tw express their thtvnghts clearly and lureefn
llllll giving' them Il I5I'Z1CllC1ll knuxx'leclg'eul'p:1rliz1n1ent:1ry law.
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lhe Llnb has been gftncleml by ilznnes .Xltrerl .XYll'R'IT, Vresiflent. :mil Kliw
l',.1cle1 .mtl Ml. RCll10l'l, l'ZlClIllj' tXtlyisurs.
was guing' on
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'tncl getting' stnm-thin-" instructive and entertaining' frnm 1
ll,t1t .lny llltlllllg ul tht tlnbcltningtl1t,yt.11,um b.ul xx lll ell inttl P4
7 he wunlcl have seen every ineinber intently listening' tn :ni zirgtnnent thlt
in the Sclnmul
very prmnl nl the fact that three of its members have be
l5Ql7IllC. 'llhnse whu sneeeecletl in taking' part in the euntest
were lfclith tlulflline, james .-Xllrecl .Xvirett, and Rieluml lllanl.
The Vresiclent nnfl the members have always emvperzttecl hezlrtily. The
Club has ably nmintziinecl the established fnnetitm ut trnininff hiffh scl m
buys and girls in the nrt of debate.
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Public Speaking Club
President ............... ...... ......... ....... 1X I x 'RON 1.1212 S1M1'soN
lf'ifC-PVC.Yililll11f ....................... . ....... RAYMOND CAMPBELL
Secretary and Trmszwm' ........ ....... .......... N A TAL112 TNIIGHT
Faculty Aclziisor ................... ...... ...... I 'TUNTER A. R0B1NiiTTi'2
The l'ublic Speaking Club, the "old reliable" of Allegany High School,
has had a most interesting, instructive and inspirational year under the leader-
ship and direction oi Mr. Hunter A. Robinette. The Club has studied the
essentials of public speaking, declamation, debate and conversation, and have
become quite proiicient in their use. Various types of interesting and instruc-
tive programs have been given by the members at different times during the
year. The club meetings are lively, interesting and beneficial.
The Public Speaking Club assembly on April Sth was voted by the stu-
dents as the best yet. The stage setting was unique, the lighting effects
unusually good and the acting superb. The entire program was of such a
calibre as to live up to the fine reputation established by this club.
"Hats off" to the Public Speaking Club of 1926-1927 and "All Hail" to
the Public Speaking Club of 1927-1928.
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Septelnher founcl the History Cluh with many of its iueinhers missing'
:ts they were lllCllll5CI'S of the Class of 'ltr The cluh met and took into its
folcls zlhout thirty applicants, which hrought the ineinhership up to forty per
sons. 'llhese new people, along with the olcl, inzule Z1 line group and the clulw
soon heczune one of the most outstztncling ones :tt .-Xllegany.
Miss Simpson, the founder of the cluh, left in lfehruary to enter Coluni
hia Cniversity. 'llhis left the History Cluh without :tn zulvisor for Z1 time, hut
Mr. 'llowers :ilmly lillecl her place.
Une of the purposes of the clulm is to estzlhlish :1 museum in .-Xllegztny :nn
no opportunities to collect articles have heen let slip hy. Consequently thc
museum has lmcl a good beginning.
The ineinhers of the cluh have cooperaterl with the officers on :ill occa-
ul have worlcecl diligently to assure the success of the cluh.
The cluh regrets that it inust lose many of its ineinhers hy graduzltion
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The Girls' League
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
t . V OFFICERS
President, Miriam lxlawan President Elsie Xvmfleld
ViC6-PI'CSiflCU'f, GTHCC Landis Vice-President, Grace Landis
Secretary, Margery Muncaster Secretary, Margery Muncaster
The Girls' League, as a distinct organization, just made its appearance in
Allegany High this year. Several plans have been tried for the organization
of tl1e girls as a power in our school, but the League has turned out to be the
very best. VVe have only begun. X'Ve do not claim to have accomplished
much. There is so much we hope to do in order to improve our conduct,
build up character, encourage the right kind of school spirit, that the work
of the League should move on by virtue of its own momentum. Good fellow-
ship, high standards and school spirit are naturally created by the united ettorts
of the girls.
At first we were anxious to include all the girls in the organization, but
we realized that only voluntary service would count in the club. VVe there-
fore have confined the membership to those girls who wish to help raise the
standards of Allegany and to aid in social work for our school.
The little we have done is not all we are thinking aboutg we are thinking
of what we can and hope to do in the near future. Follow us, Allegany pupils
and teachers, for with your interest, with your cooperation, and with your
encouragement we will move forward. The League song, written by Miriam
Klawan, tells best what the girls are anxious to do for Allegany.
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Thu lirst Cl'L'llllVC Cluli in .Xllcgzuiy lligh Sclwul was orgauizecl October 27,
1920. llctty I'7:1ugl1t1'cy wus ulcctccl prcsiclcut amd lfdith Clu'istupl1ei', secretary.
This nrgzuiizzttimi is lm' thc lit-uelit of those students who are interested in
Thu sulmjects fm' discussion during the yezu' were: The lissuy, Poetry, The
Short Story, lliogfzlpliy, the lfclitorizil :md the Novel. .VX study of each of these
with thc pimiiiiiiciit cuuti'ihutm's in unch lield, were made. Mt-lnlmers of the club
who cu1it1'ilu11tc wurth while lll'lg'lllZl.l lnzltcrizil to any of these lields have their
works pulllishcd iu the .-Ilmlzi .llI'I'l'0l'.
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Girls' Athletic Club
The Girls' Athletic Club, although newly organized, has been very active and
has one of the largest memberships of any club in the school. Much success is
due to Miss Mabel E. Pape, our able faculty advisor.
At the beginning of the year when the first meeting was held the following
ofhcers were elected: President, Henrietta Robinette: Vice-President. Elizabeth
Hoover: Secretary, Pauline Hetzel: Treasurer, Ruth Matheney.
The club strives to uphold the qualities of clean sportsmanship, good conduct
in school and 'out, and high standards of health. The activities are the teaching
of first aid, good posture and all kinds of hygiene. Besides this we have games
and track events which are good practice for the interscholastic meets held every
year. VVe are planning to take hikes as soon as the weather permits.
VVe have had several parties which were quite enjoyable. One was a Hal-
lowe'en Masquerade and the other a Valentine Party.
We feel that our club has accomplished its purpose and has been a success.
Gregg Artists ' Club
1'n-szllmzt ............. ...................... ......... I , HONA SLOAN
I 'ire-1'1'vx1'iz'rnf ....... ...... X XIRGINIA XVOLFIS
Svrrrfary ............. GRACE l4ANDlS
'I'n'a.wn'w' ...... ............................... ........, K X L12'r1112,x FLoTo
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The Gregg Artists Clnlm of Alleganv High School Qponsorecl luv Xliss llll
XVillison, is composed entirely of Commercial Seniors and hluniors.
'llhe purpose of the Club is to attain greater efficiency in the Stenogrziphie
lielclg innnecliate aim-greater etlieieney in shorthancl writing.
This Clnh through its goal of etlieieney has erezttetl eonsiclerzilmle interest in the
two upper classes. The meetings are held every two weeks. in room eleven. The
nienilners have had inzmy interesting meetings, zirrzingerl h yu progrznn committee.
relative to lmnsiness principles.
'llhe Gregg' Nrtisti Clulm re1fretQ the loss of ni in ' '
, , , . , g e ,. 2 y ot its nienihers hy gradua-
tion, ztnfl. it is hoped that new nieinhers will he taken into the Clnlm next year
who will not only keep the Clulm np to its former stunrlzircl. lint will ilo nineh to
enlarge its scope.
"'llXN'O-'lillllQlJS Nl" l'RUMO'l'lHN IS RlC,J'l'lUN."-l,lnmrl
Svrrvtary .... .
lflizabeth .-Xnn Cheuvronte
Fannie May liisenhower
Girls ' Glee
Miss Donornx' VV1I,L1soN
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Girls ' Glee Club
The Glee Club for the girls was l'C01'g'Z'l.lllZCfl this year under the tlireetion of
Miss Dorothy XYillisun. During the year the elnb gave several public perfurinanees.
ll' mol: part in the pageant which was given in September nn the campus of .Ule-
gany High School. ancl gave several numbers in the Christmas assembly progrrnn.
The prugrain in the assembly uf April l9. l927, was a sueeess clue to the elheieney
nf Miss XVillisnn. ln May the club gave Fl euneert in the aucliturinin. jointly with
the llnys' Multiple Quartet and the Orchestra. 'llhis was the first euneert of that
type given by the clubs anal we hope to make it an annual atlair. 'llhe elnb pat'-
lieipznecl in the liiaeealanreate ancl Coinmeneeinent exercises.
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The Latin Club
'l'hc l.:1tin Cluh of .X. H. S. held its Hrst meeting on October thc sixth in Room
two. lt was decided hy the Club to retain the former name of ".'X11i1nz1s Ronlzu-"
q'l'he Spirit of Romey :uid "Vita sine litteris mors est" was again selected as an
appropriate motto tor the Lluh s nuns. A new Qonstitutton was drawn up and
unanimously approved lay the members of the Cluh.
The Club presented an assembly program on November the thirtieth. linter-
taining. as well :ls instructive. slides of Roman life were shown and were greatly
appreciated and enjoved hy the student hody. Since the pictures received much
favorable comment it was decided to buy for the school another set of slides.
'llhis was accomplished through the zeal and encouragement of Miss VVeluster and
the enthusiastic co-operation of the Club.
The annual llllllllllttl will hc hold ut the end of the school term and is antici-
pated with great pleasure hy the members.
The prospects of the club are excellent and we hope to make it one of the
outstanding' organizzxtions of the school.
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The Allegany High School Orchestra
'l'he .Xllegany lligh School Orchestra, llI1ilCI' the successful and ahle direction
of Miss Dorothy XYillison, has established a reputation that is a real credit to dear
wld Allegany. This ye-ar's orchestra, numbering twenty-tive. has proven itself
on a par with ur hetter than any orchestra that has ever represented a schuul
in this section.
.-Xltlirmgli the orchestra will lose joseph Feldstein. Clyde Gurley and Harold
Smith, viulinists: liredericlc XYilliams and Merle Cohler, saxuphonists: Harry Mac-
Donald, trumpet, and Rohhie 'l'e-nney, drums, it is sure to repeat its success next
year. as the remaining units constitute a strung nucleus fur a grind orchestra.
Of the ahove mentioned, .luseph lfeldstein and Frederick XYillianis will receive
letters for their services in the school orchestra.
The orchestra has recently joined the .Xmerican lfederatiun nl Music. Hy
Joining the lfederatimi the urchestra will receive more training in advanced music
and instrumentation, and become a national organization. This lfederatinn aims
to promote music in the home, scliuul, and state.
That the nrchestra has heen a huge success, under the excellent direction of
Miss XYillison, is an acknowledged fact as their appearances in pnhlic have been
numerous and pleasing.
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Members of Allegany High Orchestra
Miss llouoruy XYILLISON ....... ......... I Jirvufor
-lUSlfI'll l:lfLDS'1'lilN ............... .,..... I 'rvxzlivzzt
PAUL fiLEICHMAX ........ Srrrvfm'-x'
Sub. Mary Franklin
Robert T enney
.-Xmong the recitals arc:
junior Dramatic Play
Senior Dramatic Play
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Y. M. C. .-X. Concert
loint Musicale with Glee Club
Senior Music and .-Xrts Club
Public Speaking Assembly
Virginia .-Xvenue School
The Allegany Hi-Y
"Clean Speech, Clean Living. Clean Athletics, Clean Scholarship"
Premdmzf ................. .......................................... A L's'r1N FLEM ING
7 rc'asurc'r ......
james Alfred Avirett
JAM ALFRED EXVIRETT
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The Allegany Hi-Y
The .Xllegany Hi-Y was organized early in December through the efforts of
Mr, Ray XV. Saxon, boys' secretary of the Central Y. M. C. A. Mr. Saxon
placed the proposition before a general meeting of boys and his idea of forming
a Hi-Y was generally approved. Nearly every boy in the school made out an
application, but it was decided that for expediency and general principles the
club should be limited to forty members. The favored forty were chosen by a
committee of boys upon the individual qualifications of capacity, leadership, devel-
opment and influence. '
The work of the Hi-Y has only been a beginning of what is hoped to be
accomplished. The Club meets every Monday evening at the Central Y. M. C. A.
At these meetings a speaker, usually a prominent local man is often present, and
addresses the boys on some phase of life. Mr. Ralph Rizer, Mr. Stanford H.
Buley, Mr. Somerville Nicholson and a number of others have spoken at the
Monday night meetings. Messrs. Kopp, Curry and Bowers are Honorary Mem-
bers, while Mr. Taylor, "Uncle Bill" Lewis, Mr. Saxon and "Herb" Hardy are
always welcome guests at the meetings.
The greatest Hi-Y event of the year was "The Banquet", which was held on
March 2 at the HY". The banquet wasserved by the Ladies' Auxiliary, to whom
the Club is deeply indebted. Dr. Hughes, one of the leading clergymen of Balti-
more, was the principal speaker. He was pronounced the best and most worth
while man the boys had ever listened to. Mr. Kopp gave an enjoyable address
and Mr. Taylor led the boys in a number of songs.
The ideals of the Hi-Y are nobly expressed in their slogan: "Clean Speech,
Clean Living. Clean Athletics. Clean Scholarship." They are exemplined in the
pin-a red triangle symbolizing the mental, physical, and spiritual, with a cross
for the Savior in the center. An organization with such ideals cannot help but be
a great power for lasting good.
CHARLES B EA M ICR .......
PAUL FRASE .............. Sf'r'1'cIary-T1'r'a.vurer
lismfv BARLIQY ........ ....................... ....................... I . ibrariau
Paul F rase
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The Allegzuu' lliqh School Multi 111 U
t 1 L huartette, which was orgzmizerl in Sep-
tember hy Mr. .Xrthur XY. ,llZlylU1', is having great success. The original plan
was to organize :1 lumps illlZlI'lCtlC. XYllCI1 the first meeting was helcl, there were
far ton many qualified applicants for Z1 rpmrtette, so Z1 multiple quartette was ur-
gzinizefl. The first pulmlie nppezlrzlnee of this eluh caused Cuusiclerztlmle eelat. 'llhe
eumnuiuity clicl not lxnuw it S" ' ll' l ' ' ' 'X ' ' '
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reetur is trving out Y'll'lUll' " A ' ' '
V fl . s groups in mmler tu tnrni n gmail quurtette to represent
'llhe Multiple f'llllll'lCllC has given several concerts. lt is lJl'Z1CllClllg for :1
Spring Concert which. it is hnpecl. will he one of the li 's Q ' X " ' '
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the lligh belmul. fluurl luck to the Multiple Quurtette!
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'l'uoMAs Kunx .... ........................ ................ P 1 'csidcut
CHARLES SMITH ..,.... l'ire-Prfsideizt
l.Lovo lVTII.LIfR ......... ........... S erretary
CLARENCE Slllifoizn .... ....... 7 'rcrlszuwr
ROBERT lVlATLICK ...... ..... .......... . . . ......... Critic
The Boys' Science Club of Allegany High School is one of the most inter-
esting and instructive organizations in the school. Although only two years old,
the club is so popular that it was necessary to limit the membership. The pur-
pose of this club is to make a study of Science and the men who have devel-
The club has an interesting program, such as the one given in the Assembly
April 1-l, at each of its meetings. Some of the most interesting programs were
about the life and work of Thomas Edison. Luther Burbank, joseph Priestly, and
Louis Pasteur. Other entertainments take the form of debates, jokes, and reports
on the latest scientific development.
A great rleal of the success of The Boys' Science Club is clue to the service
of Mr. Rowell, its sponsor.
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President ........... ........................ ...... M I LDRED Diem. '28
I"iFC-P7'FSI-fiC7l4 ..... ............ 1 .ESTA YOHN '26
SI'l'l'l'ffIl"V ........... ..... ................ I ,EARL NAVIQ '26
TI'I'lISlU'I71' ........................................... ...... I QATHERINE LITTLE '26
f'l!llil'Il1lIll of Program C071lHll'fff'f' ...... ..... 1 SEATRICE BIURRAY '29
The Girls' Science Club is still in its infancy as it was just organized last
year, but it is a much alive club. As worthy members of this club we pledged
ourselves to specialize in the study of science, nature and inventions. As one of
the first ventures the girls went on a hike.
Everyone is busy making collections of the biological specimens to contribute
to the Biology Department.
During' the year the members enjoyedmany interesting programs arranged
by a program committee.
lVe wish to thank Miss .-Xtkinson for the success of this club,
The Junior Dramatic Club
Prcsideizi ............. .......................... ...... D I ARION HAMMOND
I'ict--l'1-vxiiivizt ...,.. .......... R urn lJATTl'2RS0N
Secretary ......... ........ l SLIZABIQTH Scnixmr
TI'CtI.f1U'l'V ....., Curifoko VVILLISON
Nineteen twenty-seven lind the Junior Dramatic Club rapidly pressing to
the front as one of the most popular organizations of A. H. S. This has been
proved by the success of the three-act play, "Take My Advice," which was given
instead of the three one-act plays usually presented. The acting ability shown by
the members of the cast insures still greater success in future productions.
The junior Dramatic Club was very fortunate in having such a capable fac-
ulty advisor as Mr. Eddy and the members wish to thank him for helping us to
make this a successful year. The club entertained this year with a dance which
won the approval of all who attended. Also, the club had an assembly program,
May 10, and presented the one-act play "Rooms to Let." The Senior members
of the junior Dramatic Club, who drop from the ranks of Allegany dramatics this
year. extend to the members who are to carry on the work their best wishes for
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President ....... ............ ....................... ............... ....... j 1 m 1 IN NAVI-I
lf"ic'c-Praviclvnl .. ......... liS'I'liL USTER
Secretary ....... ...... I QVTH SHIQAKLEY
'1'rca.vzm-1' .... ...... 1 iLAlJY5 gXPPLE
l.a Sociedad de Cervantes is just two years old and it is one of the best
clubs in the school. 'l'he meetings are held bi-weekly and a program is given each
time by the various members of the club. At one of the meetings several of the
junior members gave a short play that was enjoyed by all. Another time Profes-
sor La Manca and three of his pupils entertained the club with a musical program.
The purpose of the club is to promote the study of Spanish. One of the aims of
the club is to take a trip each year for a more extensive study of this language.
The club attributes its success to the careful supervision of Miss Ciftord, in-
structor in Spanish.
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Boys' Athletic Club
ARNOLD KIGHT ..,.. .......................... P rfnvidmit
QIOHN GOLDEN ....... ................... I 'irr-Prrsidmzt
l,I2RoY SHEAKLIQY .... ....., S' l'C'I'FfliI'j' and 7'l'l'IIV"l'FI'
MR. BOWERS ............. ................ I farulfy Advisor'
This school year saw the birth of a new club. This association was the brain
child of three Seniors who realized the need of arousing interest among the stu-
dents for school athletics. After gaining the permission and enthusiastic support
of Mr. Kopp, these three students called a meeting of the boys and from this
meeting grew the "Boys' Athletic Club." VVe here take the lib-erty to thank the
originators of this club.
The club has for its ideals the desire to increase active interest in school ac-
tivities, to maintain a high degree of honor and health among our boys, and to
create such a keen rivalry between the individual persons for participation in school
activities, that our school will be ever a leader among the other schools of the
county and state.
Besides the regular school athletics we offer the following to all members:
boxing, fencing, wrestling and specialized forms of calisthenics. VVe hope to
interest the state school commission in recognizing boxing and wrestling as major
sports between the High Schools of the various counties.
May we all join together in wishing this club a bright future and the happy
fulfillment of its ideals.
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The Poetry Club
VVe members of the Poetry Club are idealists. We are inspired by the light
of one goal. VVe work within its rays, and allow it to govern our decisions and
plans concerning our organization. This is our aim. VVe do not pretend to con-
tradict the statement that most poets, like heroes, are born, not made, but we do
hold this truth to be self-evident that the taste for good poetry can be cultivated,
and individual ability developed. It is our aim to teach individuals to appreciate
poetry, enjoy it, and learn to love it, as we do the members of the club.
In the year 1926, the Poetry Club came into being, under the management
of Miss Vogel, faculty advisor, and Betty Daugherty as President. The club
seemed to sail right into public view.
At the beginning of thc semester starting in September, new ofiicers were
elected, Miss Dixon became faculty advisor, Betty Millholland, president: Ray-
mond Lewis, vice-president: Edith Goldfine, secretary, and Inez Ustrand. treas-
urer. An assembly program was given in which classic poetry featured. Meet-
ings were held and it was resolved that we would study the poets of different na-
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.-Xt the beginning of l927 again new o-flicers were elected. Still nnder the
inspiring leadership of Miss Dixon, Leon Lloyd became our President: Tlioinas
VVilliamson, our Yice-President: Raymond Lewis, Secretzirv, and Inez Ustrznnl
'lireasnrer. NYC began planning our programs with renewed vigor.
This is the history ul- the Poetry Clnlm from the land to the opening of thc
iluwer. llnt we who have begun this organization will not he in ,Xllcqanr alwavs.
XVlio will take care of the full blown rose? NVe urge that those who fill our
places will not let it die. so that we may watch it grow with delight. Perhaps we
have not accomplished miracles but considering that the clulu is as yet in its in-
fancy, and with the ideals, enthusiasm, and zeal of its nienilmers set towards :1
worthy goal, how can we do else but succeed?
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Le Cercle Francais
Several years ago a group of students, interested in the study of French,
were inspired to organize a French Club. "Le Cercle Francais" has become one
of the active clubs of our school. One of our primary aims is to have the club
continue to grow as it has in the past, until it is found that the school will be
unable to do without it.
live have a membership of over twenty people and have elected President,
Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. These officers serve for a term of six
weeks, at the end of that time new officers are elected. The club meets every other
VYednesday during the extra-curricular period. Two members of Le Cercle are
appointed at each meeting to serve on the program committee for the following
week. "Le Cercle Francais" is opened each week by the members responding to
roll-call with a French idiom. The minutes are written and read in French, while
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One of the most important works of "Le Cerelev this yezn' was in the pre-
sentation of 11 French play. 'llhis play was one of the most successful ever given
by the eluh and We hope that each year "l,e Cereles' play will he luolqed fmwwzxrcl
tn as one of the most interesting events of the season.
The object uf "Le Cerele Francais" is to develop eonverszltiunal nhility and to
create Z1 keener interest in the study of the lireneh language and people: tu nmlce
the study seein easier hy presenting it in an attractive way.
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Sl't'l't'flIl'.V ...... ...... C ZLIQNNIE SHIPLEY
'1'rvasurvr ..... ..... l CLSIIC VVIQLLER
The Art Club of Allegany High School celebrated its second birthday last
September. when it reorganized for the current school year.
The aim of the Club is to become familiar with some of the masterpieces of
art and to develop appreciation of the fine arts. Much credit is due Miss Eader
and Miss Lowther. faculty advisors, and the Club's capable president, lflizabeth
During the year the Club has studied the pictures that decorate our own beau-
tiful building, paintings of French, English, German. and American artists. Greek
and Roman architecture, and some sculpture. lt has varied its programmes by
introducing the study of some great musicians.
The Club presented an art appreciation programme in one of our high school
Though many of the members will be graduated from Allegany this year. it is
hoped that those who remain will carry on the interesting work.
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The Alcohi Mirror
The .Nlcohi Mirror entered its third year of existence under the capable direc-
tion of Wlilliam XVarfield. Editor-in-Chief. and Miss Hilda Sirbaugh, Faculty
Advisor. The Mirror is published bi-weekly and contains the news of past, pres-
ent, and future events of Allegany. Through this publication any creative writing
of a student, that is worthy of note, is printed. Opinions ot the students on differ-
ent phases of activity in Allegany are often published. Those who are interested in
journalism obtain excellent training in the Alcohi Mirror.
This year the school paper was of great interest to the entire student body.
The staff was increased and through their efforts the Alcohi Mirror was deemed a
success by all. Although the Mirror was in constant need of money, it got some
relief by candy sales and through the generous cooperation of the Girls' League,
which so kindly gave a worthy contribution to the paper. The Christmas issue of
the Alcohi Mirror received favorable comment. It contained the picture of our
football team. and was one of the most interesting issues ever published.
The Alcohi Mirror staff wishes to thank all for their cooperation in the pub-
lication of the school paper and wish for those who will take charge of the paper
next year the best of success both financially and materially.
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1iDI'I'UR I A I, STAFF
INIISS I-IILDA SIRBALTGH .............................................. Faculty Advisor
VVILLIAM IIVARFIELD ....... ..................... I idifm
RICHARD F. BL.-IUL ........ ........ - 'IXXOfifIft' Editor
AIIRIAIXI IQLAWAN, Editor
.LIIIES AVIRETT '27 IQLSIIQ VVARFIIQLD ,27
GRACE SMITH '27 B1-1'I"l'Y DAUIQIITIIICY '28
ATH l,Ii'I'IC Dlil'AR'I'MIiN'l'
MORRISON DICKEY '27 RUTH NIATHENEY '27
DONALD SHIRES '27
EDITH CHRISTOPHER '27 IMARGICRY NIUNCASTER '27
ALUMNI AND PERSONALS
EVELYN BLOSS '28
ELIZABETH SCHAIDT '28
HELEN SCHAIDT '27
HF rom The Queen City of The Yoochihomenyw
Two hits February 37 1777, Pinto, Md. Published weakly
INSURGENTS GAIN IN CHEWING GUM WAR
Radicals Approached With-
in Twenty Feet Of Li-
hraryg Rumors of Treaty
According to dispatches
received early this morning
forty-five persons lost their
lives and ninety-seven were
wounded as the radical
chewing-gum army ad-
vanced to within twenty
feet of the library. The
battle was fought at close
quarters until darkness
closed in, when the Con-
servative forces fell back
and made a barrage pre-
venting a. further advance.
The ground was gained
when the Conservatives con-
terecl under Major General
John Webster Pitzer ad-
vanced too far and was
outdanked by Generals
Warfield and Wilkinson.
Pitzer and five hundred men
were taken prisoners. The
most heroic deed of the day
was when Colonel John A.
Nave held the lower stair-
case with a single com-
pany and prevented a flank
movement by the opposing
forces. The Radical Artil-
lery wielding bean shooters
and rubber bands, was
brought into play, but the
Brave Nave stood firm. He
was decorated with the Or-
der of the 'Modern Priscilla.
The captured territory
extended along the lower
hall from six inches past
the oiiice to within twenty
feet of the library. It has
been placed under the gov-
ernorship of Brigadier
Richard Johnson. Among
the spoils of war were a
magnificent statue of Heibe,
and two bulletin boards.
Marshal Avirett of the
fTo Be Continuedj
CATED IN POSTAGE
Office Safe Blown Up
A daring daylight rob-
bery which culminated in
the larceny of seven cents
worth of stamps and the
dynamiting of the office
safe was the subject of the
last grand jury session at
the Allegany faculty meet-
ing of May 29. The rob-
bery took place on May 5
at about 5 P. iM. Miss
Georgianna Kraus, secre-
tary to Prof. C. L. Kopp,
discovered the crime and
sent in the alarm, which
was answered by the volun-
teering of eleven private
detectives. The posse im-
mediately adopted the slo-
gan of Hchercez la femme".
Working upon a single
grain of lipstick as the
only clue the upholders of
the law at length came
upon one two-cent stamp
at the bottom of the coal
pile in the boiler room. Two
more were found in the im-
At about three in the
morning Ofiicer J. Robert
Wolfe discovered the lone
one-cent stamp hidden in
the floor. An hour later a
woman who gave her name
as Henrietta Robinette con-
fessed her share in the plot
to the authorities. Miss
Robinette was subjected to
the third degree. Her con-
fession is said to implicate
certain well-known charac-
ters, Paul Nicewarmer and
Thaddeus Lindell, who were
suspended from the first.
Seventeen pupils are under
arrest awaiting trial at the
next faculty meeting.
Walkout Declared At
Under the leadership of
Miriam Klawan, whose ex-
tremely radical policies have
been vigorously condemned
by the faculty, the Senior
classes in Democracy held
a caucus last night at
7.39-it and unanimously de-
cided in favor of an imme-
diate walkout. This was
posted and took effect at
The strike will very prob-
ably tie up the second
group of notebooks which
are clue next Monday. Miss
I-Iilda O. Sirbaugh, instruct-
or and chief of the classes,
has repeatedly demanded
that the seniors return to
work, but has been time
and again answered with
jeers and even threats.
The reasons for the strike
are given as follows: First,
inforced subscription to
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PUPIL RUNS AMUCK
AND WOUNDS FIVE
Eleven Injured in Sedgwick
Amid a roaring inferno
of flames which totally de-
molished an entire block on
Sedgwick Street, Campo-
bello, David Sloan, Jr., age
five, ran amuck and with his
tiny hands grasping an
empty bottle, wounded five
The injuredw are: his two
playmates, Tommy and
Earnest, William Hanly,
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The Declamation Contest
f,-qfr.-tg N the lOth of December tl1e animal Lowndes Declamation Contest
Sixfgil parents and friends were present, and manifested a keen interest in
WQMWQJJ the excellent selections re11dered by the participants. Preliminary re-
1' """"1'g" marks, as to the nature and sponsors of the contest were given by
Mr. Kopp, who acted as the presiding ofhcer.
was held in the Auditorium of Allegany High School. Scores of
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The judges were'Dr. Owen, Mr. Victor D. Heisey, Mr. George Legge.
The selections were favorably received by the audience. The winner among
the girls was Miss Henrietta Robinette, who in a most creditable fashion rendered
"In Defiance of the Kaiser." XVilliam Wlarheld, the recipient of the boy's medal.
gave "The Shooting of Dan McGrew."
Miss lfdith Christopher lived llp to our expectations in the presentation of
"The Queen's Robe".
Miss Jane Duke caused her audience to break into peals of laughter as she
cleverly rendered a selection from "Seventeen", by Booth Tarkington.
Donald Shires gave a highly dramatic interpretation of "The NVhite Hands
Miss Inez Ostrand's reading "Boy VVanted" was well given.
John Nave captivated his HLIQHCIICC with his highly eloquent rendering of
Miss Miriam Iilawan brought tears to the eyes of her spectators as she viv-
idly presented "Rosa",
David Sigel thrilled his audience with his splendid declamation, "The Man-
sion", given in a most creditable and noteworthy manner.
James Avirett, in a highly oratorical manner, delivered "The Coming Strug-
Much of the success of the Declamation Contest was due to the excellent
training received by the participants from their COll11JCtCl1t coaches, Miss Mary I.
Murphy, Mr. Hunter Robinette, and Miss Agnes Atkinson.
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This year Allegany was represented in the Countv Debate bv two strong'
teams. Unfortunately, neither of these teams was able to win avietory, but the
school was proud to acknowledge each eontestant as a member and loyal supporter
The question for debate was, Resolved, 'llhat the Philippine lslands should
be granted absolute independence. .'Xllegauy's affirmative team debated the ques-
tion with Central at A. ll. S.. while the negative team met the affirmative of Har-
tou High School at Barton.
.AX great deal of credit should be given to Bliss liader and Nlr. Robinette,
who worked so faithfully with the teams.
Xlfilliam XYarheld falternatej
james Alfred .Xvirett
.lohn Nave falternatej
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lllosf Pllflllfll' Girl
Most Pofvular Hoy
Hrxvf Boy Klilzlvlt'
Best Cir! .flflzlrlr
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Haudso 111 est Boy
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Arthur VV. Taylor
James Alfred Avirett
Vfilliam Cramer, Ir.
Mable IC. Pape
Paul N icewarner
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The Hallowe 'en Dance
"Move over two seats. please. NVe're reporters for the ALLIGIQWI. Ah-l"
WVitches, devils, pirates, fairies, gypsies,-still they come! A crash of music,
a tinkle of laughter and the dance has begun.
These will he fine head lines: "Halloween Dance First Social Function to he
Held in the New High School Building."
"Entire School Participates"
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Over there is Miss Pape in a pirate costume leading the games. Good idea.
those games. They help those who do not dance to enjoy themselves. This "gym"
is a dandy place to hold dances.
Bl-a-a-hl that fairy threw a handful of confetti in my mouth.
I see We are not having an orchestra tonight-experinienting with a pana-
trope. Not much of a success, do you think? The noise made hy the dancers'
feet drowns out the music.
Uh no, don't go yet, it's time to eat. Oh you ginger lmreadl Yum-m.
'llhey're playing "Home Sweet Horne." VVe'll have to go. Nite Allegany!
lfor the lirst time since we can rememher, the Sophomores have given the
Seniors a dance. llave they set a precedent? XYhether they have or not remains
to he seen, hut, never the less, on the 20th of April in the high school auditorium
they entertained the ultixaltecl Ones" in quite the royal fashion. "The Broadway
Serenaders." those dusky "exponents of jazz", furnished the music for dancing.
lYe made merry from eight until eleven, at which time the dance ended and we
needs pursued our homeward way, wishing with a mighty wish that the Sopho-
more-Senior dance would hecome an annual affair. The voice of '27 floats hack,
'29 "XN'e thank you. sophomores."
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The Junior and Senior Prom
There was great rejoicing in the Senior Class when
they received an invita-
tion from the juniors to attend the prom.
The auditorium, which was decorated with pink and
girls in their brightly colored frocks. reminded one of
There was an enclosure in the center of the room made 1
ribbons, from which refreshments were served.
green, together with the
a gay summer garden.
rf pink and green paper
The Premier Syncopaters furnished the music for the dancing.
With laughter and music the dance , ,
the inevitable strains of the "Home Sweet H " ' 1 ' 1 '
closing hour had come.
went merrily on until ll o'clock when
, t ome warned the rufeltrs that the
Somewhere in our memory books there is a little note, ",lunior-Senior prom
19.27. Tliank you, juniors."
Junior Dramatic Club Dance
'llo the junior Dramatic Club goes the credit for giving one of the peppiest
and one of the most novel dances of the season. It was a rather exclusive affair,
since the club admitted only its members, although each one was given the privi-
lege of inviting a guest. As one walked into the auditorium on that nirfht of April
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the bth one thought with a sluver that it surelv must be Christmas time and
expected Santa Claus to appear any minute. It was snowing in the auditorium-
or at least it appeared so. but we found that it was only tiny balls of cotton sus-
pended from the ceiling. The orchestra, the liroadway Serenaders. were in the
middle of the snowfall playing away on the latest dance selections. .Xt intermission
the dancers enjoyed a program composed of several selections sting by the Varsity
Quartet and a dance number executed by a member of the orchestra. And then
there were the refreshments. Dancing was then continued until ll rfeloclc, when
the dancers wended their way homeward.
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lllaee: Allegany High School-ln Room 2-l Cwhieh has heen serving as a
dressing room for the tair onesj.
lnne: .Nhont 8.30-March lSth.
Three "sweet young things have clashed in, taken ont their coats and are now
lnnsily engagetl in repairing their eoniplexions antl making eonversatitan-much
lfirst Sweet Young: l.isten to those heavenly strains of musiel l simply ean't
keep nw leet still. XX hat? My flear, it TUIIHIII he the Society ,Ra1nlmle1'sl
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S. S. Y. l.. .-Xnfl such tleeoiations. Yes, a marvelous Combination of green
antl golrl. So etteetivel Honey hunch. where did you get this powder? lt goes
on like a mlreanll
T. S. Y. T.: of course yon know that it's going to he ealmaret style tonight!
t Ph, yes, anil they're having spot lights. Siniply thrilling, isn't it?
lf. S. Y. T.: .-Xml clifl you know that Marg .Iones and jerry Shontze are to
clo a Spanish clanee clnring intermission? Uh, yes. They look simply too darling
S. S. Y. T.: Sweetness, tlo hurry. lloh will simply have spasms if he niisses
any ul. these tlaneesl
T. S. Y. 'liz My clear, never let your hair growl lt is simply aw fnl when it's
this length. tllusiness of a frantic application of conih antl hair pins.l llu wait
just a seeoncl.
li. S. Y. T.: Do I look all right?
S. S. Y. T.: You look exquisite! Do I look all right?
T. S. Y. T.: My clear, you look absolutely precious. All reaclvi
In ehorus: At last!
Three young nien sigh with rehet 1 they have only heen waiting halt an hour.
Three sweet young things walk into the dressing rooni, tirecl hut happy. They
repair their eoniplexions and make conversation.
F. S. Y. T.: l've hacl sueh a glorious time, hut l'ni nearly tleacl.
S. S. Y. T.: So ani l. But such a dance!
T. S. Y. T.: That color wheel was the entest iclea! just leave it to the
A. IJ. li. to give the tlanee.
I". S. Y. 'liz XYell, l niust he totlclling along. ls this vonr eonih? Thanks
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The Girls' League Bazaar
,-Xlthough the Girls' League is a new organization in the school this year, it
has proved itself to be one of the most energetic and most popular activities of
A. ll. S. The bazaar given by the League on April .Z-the day after we April-
fooled Hyattsville in basketball and came home with the "bacon"-was one of
the reasons for the success of this organization. It was a rainy night, but a
jubilant crowd of Alleganians and townspeople were there making merry with
the food, "pop," and dancing. The cake, tonic and ice-cream booths, resplendent in
green and gold crepe paper, did a rushing business during the evening, while the
space roped ofl' for dancing was quite crowded from eight o'clock until eleven
with the Broadway Serenaders furnishing the music. The freak and fortune
telling tents must also come in for their share of attention, as they afforded a
diversion other than eating and dancing for those who attended the bazaar.
All in all, the bazaar was quite the unqualified success, and we're "listening
in" with a loud speaker on any future broadcasting of G. l..-Allegany High School.
The Senior Prom
Climaxing the social season, the Senior Prom may well be called the biggest
and most brilliant function of the year. Alumni, Seniors, and Faculty renewed old
friendships and made of the Prom a gay, congenial and happy occasion. Still
there was just that delightful back to us. Marvelous June weather, music in the
air, soft lights, animated faces, lovely frocks in all the filmy, lacy stuiifs of sum-
mer, swaying forms, and an atmosphere pervaded with the feeling of good-fellow-
ship is the combination that describes the Prom. VVhen we Seniors are reminis-
cing over our high school days, one of our most vivid and happy memories will be
the Senior Prom of 1927.
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Pen and Pencil Club Dance
It was thc night ut .lIlI1l1Zll'f' thc 29th. Lights shone iu guhlun sipizircs frmn
the lligh School .XucIitm'ium. ,X Scuim' :md his pzlrtm-1' strullcrl In-isiircly up thy
sclimil stcps :mel into the sclwul. Music was he-:ml from zlhuvc. 'l'hn-y quick
Qncml thcir pace. The .xllllilllfilllli was l'0IlCill'li. 'lihcy stcppccl insirlc. 'l'hci'c was
ll gasp of ziclmimtimi. Sziicl thc Scuiur:
"This clzuicc surely is l'1'igi1lZllfllll clf:cm':1tim1s."
The yming' hlfly to wlimn this 11-11lz1i'k was :1chh'cssc-rl sighcfl we-zlrily. "Of
cuiirsv, it's origiilul. It's :1 Von :md Pencil filth Dzmccf'
Then hc Iuukcfl to ssc whence the strains of inc-lorly wcre issuing zuicil fuuml
that thc Sucicty Rniuhhfrs were the cause uf thc musical uuthurst.
"l.ct's Dance Y" he said with an ecstatic smile.
The-1'c was :1 fair i'ep1'cscnt:1tion of Suphmnurcs, 'll1llil11'S. :mil Scninrs. :mil Il
Lfumlh' mimhcr uf thc fzwiihy thc-1'v. h mrulv :1 cimgcnizll urmvrl. :mal thv :1iTz1ii'
hccnmc poppy imlccfl when thv tag rlzlnfcs stzlrtc-rl. lim :lt prmnptly clcvcii mfcloclq
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Interclass Cribbage League Completes F irst Round
SENIORS YlCTORlUL'S IN FIRST PART UI" 'l'OL'RN.'XMlCN'l'
The lnterclass Crilmhage League completed the iirst half of the season with
the Seniors holding the upper hancl. The Sophomores failecl to win a game clur-
ing' the entire season. hut Coacli Uslmorn has made some changes in the lineup
which he refuses to divulge lint which he states will prove the undoing of the
upperclasslnen. The Seniors have won six games and lost none: the juniors have
won three and' lost three. and the Sophs lost all six.
The new erihlmalfe rulinlf mrevents a great cleal of the olfectionahle rouffhness
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and coniinecl only to those which cannot he helpecl, such as lmrolaen linger nails
and water on the brain.
Coach Taylor's crew, the Seniors. consists of Merle Slnunaker, right peggeit
,lack XYilkinson, center lic2'Q'er: ancl "Pete" XYinters. left! ,loe Felclstein is helrl
The juniors. trainecl hy a secret coach, have Rflylllllllll Lewis, rightg Law-
rence Shaffer. center. and "Burl" Neal. left.
The Sophs' lineup is: Right pegger. Ryan: center. l'ritcharml, and left, Gil-
christ: .lohn Sapp is iirst suh.
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On March fourteenth and fifteenth the Allegany High School presented its
fourth annual musical comedy, 'fMary." The elaborate scenery, the bright army
of costumes, and the splendid work of both principals and choruses made "Mary"
the best production ever given by students of Allegany. Under the able direction
of Harold C. VVickard the show went over without a flaw. and was the recipient
of many compliments from all who attended.
"Mary" was given by arrangement with the 'l'ams-XVitmark l'roduction Com-
pany. 'llhe book and lyrics were compiled by Utto Harbach and Frank Mandel,
and the music by Louis A. Hirsch. Costumes were secured from the Hooker-
Howe Company. Haverhill, Massachusetts: scenery, from Amelia Grain. Phila-
delphia, Pennsylvania: lighting effects, from Kleigh Brothers, New York City:
and furniture supplied by L. Bernstein Furniture Company. The executive staff
consisted of the following: State Manager. Mr. Olin VV. Eddyg Master of Proper-
ties, Pierce Grose: Director of Publicity, Donald Shires. .
Miss Grace Rodruck skillfully interpreted the character of Mary. while Stan-
ley Buckley, as jack Keene. the leading man, brought forth more laurels for him-
self. 'llhe other players were: Mrs. Keene. Edith Brant: Madeline, Elizabeth
Cheuvronte: Tom Boyd. Robert Spruill: Gaston Marceau, Bernard Roeder: Mr.
Goddard, Robert Rosamond: Huggins, john Nave.
Ladies of the Ensemble: Elizabeth Heintz, Edith Christopher. Grace Smith,
Virginia XVilson, Miriam Klawan, Margery Muncaster, Marjorie NVebb. Evelyn
Fresh, Marie Schafer, Grace Landis, Alice Yarnell. Margery Jones. Phyllis Rickey,
Elsie VVarf1eld, Helen Schaidt, Hazel Smith, Marion Glaser, Mary VVeber, Bar-
bara Siebert, Evelyn Bloss, Helen Buskirk, Thelma Athey, Lois Cupler, Betty
Daughtrey, Margaret Sibly, Elsie Coebl. Grace Hammond, Verna Wagner, Louise
Stitfman, Evangeline Twigg. Lesta Yohn, Betty Cornelius, Jane Duke, Charlotte
Bowie,- Frances Groves, Helen Fox, Sonia Ostrand. Edith Barnes. Sara Schaidt,
Maxine Keller, Virginia Glisan, Alice Durrett, Ruth Sheakley, Mabel Bagent.
Gentlemen of the Ensemble: Lloyd VVhite, Vifatson Pritchard, Mark Roe.
James Messick, Charles Shontze. Paul Largent. Blair Bishop, Robert Leasure,
William Boor. Robert Gleichman, Derwood XYolford. KValter Pierce. George Key-
ser. XYilliam Cramer, Jr.
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3. "'1'hat May Have Satisfied Grandma," Jack, Tom, Madeline. Old-Fashioned
Lassies and Modern Flappers: 4. "That Farm Out in Kansas," -lack, Mary, and
Farnierettes: 5. "Anything You XN'ant To Do, Dear," Toni and Madeline: 6.
"Every Time 1 Meet a Lady," Marceau and The Flirtsg 7. ''Tom-Toni-Toddle.
Goddard and The Strutlers, introducing the "High Stepping Clowns" 3 8. Reprise-
"The l.ove Nest," jack and Mary: 9. Reprise-Anything You XYant To Do, Dear,"
Marceau and Mrs. Keeney 10. Finale, Ensemble. Act II--11. Opening Chorus,
Ensemble: 12. "Mary," Mary and Suitorsg 13. "VVhen The Vampire Exits Langh-
ingf' Toni and Madeline: 14. Reprise-"The Love Nest." Jack: 15. "Deeper,"
Jack and Boys, 16. "VVasn't It Nice," Tom and Girlsg 17. "XVaiting,' Mary, danced
by Edith Barnesg 18, "Money," Toni, jack, Marceau, and Goddard: 19. "VVe'll
Have a NVonderful Party," Tom and The Strutters, introducing "Our Specialty
Dancersg 20. Finals, entire company.
Music by the "Strand Orchestra," Rebecca Dantzic, conducting.
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"What Happened to Jones?"
On Friday and Saturday evening, October Z2 and 23. the A. D. K. presented
its first performance of the year 19.26-27. This dramatic entertainment excelled
all others given by the prominent club and much favorable comment was made
about the A. D. K. 'WVhat Happened to Jones?" a mystifying and charming farce
in three acts, gripped the audience from the first act to the third by its fun and
laughter and the splendid acting.
The success was largely due to the efforts of Harold C. VVickard, our capable
and efficient dramatic director, who has more than once through his splendid pro-
ductions brought forth praises for Allegany. Two weeks before the play tags
were given to the students. having the maddening question. "VYhat Happened to
jones F" Everyone made futile attempts to solve the puzzle but failed utterly, as
the cast was sworn to secrecy concerning the fate of Jones, the hero. So with
their requests unsatisfied they came to find out for themselves-which was exactly
what the A. D. li. wanted them to do.
The part of Jones was strikingly portrayed by Robert Spruill, while Edith
Christopher very effectively enacted the role of Cissy, the winsome and attractive
heroine. Other members of the cast were Donald Shires, Grace Smith. Elizabeth
Heintz, Marie Schafer, john Nave. Stanley Buckley, Lynn lieightol. Bernard
Roeder, and Paul Fraze.
"Take My Advice "
The junior Dramatic Club presented its first three-act play in the school audi-
torium Thursday night. December 16, at 8.15. The play was "Take My Advice,
a dramatic comedy by Eugene C. Hafer. It was under the direction of Mr. Eddy.
the director of the junior Dramatic Club. This play was Mr. Eddy's first pro-
duction and it certainly did show competent direction. The cast was one of excep-
tional ability, with Derwood VVolford in the leading role. Deenis Barnard and
Dorothy Shires were the loving couple, while Clifford VVillison, one of the best
actors ever developed in high school, played the part of the villain. The entire
east is as follows: liob Mannion. Deems Barnard: jimmy Sanipon, Derwood iN'ol-
fordg Jud Fenton, Robert Rosamondg john VVargrim, Clifford VVillisong Peggy
Action, Dorothy Shiresg Virsy Mannion, Elizabeth Chevronteg Mrs. Nelson-Dodd,
Marguerite H iserg Marcia Wargrim, Geraldine Gaston. Synopsis: Place-Eureka.
Time-The present. Scene-Office of the Eureka Times.
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THE CLASS OF '27
THE ALLEGANY HIGH SCHOOI.
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Allan Langdon lllartin
Staged by Harold C. Wickard
STRAND THEATRE, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1927, 8.15 l'. M.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Sarah VVay11e Helen Schaidt
Mary Clare Elizabeth Heintz
John Carfcrof .................. ........................... ..................... D 0 nald Shires
Dr. Owen Harding ........ .................... .......................l A 1 istin Fleming
Eillcn ................................ .............................. L eona Sloan
Ka-tlrlccu Dzmgamzon ........ ......... E dith Gregg Cl1ristopl1er
lfVillie Ainlcy .................. .............................. j Ollll Nave
Kmmctli ll'r1y11.v ................. ........................... C lyde Gurley
,lloonyvcn Clare ...............,.... ................................. l idith Gregg Cl1I'lSIO1Jl1Cl'
Guests at tlzv ll'cdcli11g .......... ................................................................................
Grace Landis Richard Johnson
Grace Smith David Sigel
Miriam Klawan Robert Wolfe
Grace Rodruck Iohn Pitzer
Prologue-Outside the Gate.
Act I--The Carteret Garden, 1914.
Act II-The same, fifty years before.
' Act III-The same. 1919
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" S MILI N' THROUGH"
"Smilin' Through," a romantic comedy, in a prologue and three acts. by Allan
Langdon Martin, was presented by the Class of '27 at the Strand Theatre on
Monday, May 16, as the annual class play.
In offering this piece we believe that we have taken a decisive step forward
in the advancement of dramatics in Allegany High. "Smilin' ,.lll1l'0llgl1ul was
originally produced with jane Cowl in the leading role. After enjoying a season's
run on Broadway, the company toured for over three years.
The play is a romantic comedy. Kathleen Dungamion is in love with Ken-
neth Hlayne, but her aging and stubborn uncle, .lohn Carteret, having taken oath
that no one of his line should ever wed a Wayne, forbids their marriage. Pressed
for an explanation of his apparently unreasonable prejudice, he begins the story
of something that happened fifty years before. At this moment in the production
there is a splendidly executed "flash-back" to the period in which Carteret and one
Jeremiah XVayne were i11 love with Moonyeen Claire. She chose Carteret, and
Wayne, becoming wildly jealous and quite drunk, forced his way into the house
the night of the wedding, and shooting at Carteret accidentally killed Moonyeen as
she jumped in front of her lover. Remembering this, Carteret continues tirm in
his opposition to the 1noder11 romance until the spirits of Moonyeen and Sarah
Wayne, mother of Kenneth, send a message across from the other world soften-
ing his stubborn heart. Then he dies and we see his spirit join his spirit-bride
"at the end of the road."
Donald Shires, in the role of john Carteret, skillfully portrayed that charac-
ter, and succeeded in gaining for himself a high place in the dramatics of Allegany.
Miss Edith Christopher with all her charm and beauty was a lovely liathleen.
She played that part so well that she was the object of favorable comment from all.
Austin Fleming, as Dr. Owen Harding, was conspicuous in his portrayal of that
character. Every one cooperated in making l'Smilin' 'l'hrough" one of the best
class plays ever presented by the students of Allegany High.
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,-Xllegany's foothall season H9265 is considered the most successful one in
the, history of Allegany High School. The team was under the direction of Coach
XYilliam Bowers, of the University of Maryland, and his assistant, "l'atsy" Cainer,
of XYestern lllaryland. XYith a half lnmdred hoys to select from they formed a
record-setting team. 'l'he team was good hecause, first, there were enough men
from which to pick good material: second, hecause of their lighting spirit and
ohedience to the coach.
FZlCl1lly Manager Olin NY. liddy arranged one of the hardest schedules ever
played hy a lilue and Xyhite team. 'llhe team amassed a total of ZI3 points against
their opponents' 19. The schedule consisted of ten games, six of which were
played at home. ln seven of the contests A. ll. S. was victorious. defeated in hut
two and one resulted in a scoreless tie.
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In the opening game, which was played at the Mid-City, .Xllegany defeated
l'arsons High School, 53-7. llarsons suffered their only defeat of the season at
the hands of the lilue and llihite team
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ln one of the hest played games of the season Allegany lost to johustown
High hy a single touchdown. ln the third quarter Allegany tumhled the hall and
allowed -lohnstown to make the only score of the game. 'l'he Campohello team
gained the most yardage in the game, hut failed in several attempts to score.
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Our third opponent was Hagerstown, our rival for the Championsliip of
Western Maryland. This game ended in a scoreless tie and this was the only game
in which our hoys were ontplayed. The game was played at the Fair lirounds
and was attended hy a record crowd of students.
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4Xlleg'any's fourth opponent was her most hitter and ancient rival, Keyser
lligh. This game was decided hy a drop kick hy Captain Alhert Welle in the sec-
ond quarter of the game. There was no sensational playing in this game, no
strategy was used, nothing hut straight foothall was witnessed.
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Meyersdale was the next team to bow to the dashing and plunging Blue and
XYhite team. The game was a listless affair and the whole student body was dis-
appointed that it was such a one-sided match. The game had promised to be one
of the hardest games on the schedule.
ALLEGANY, 485 ST. jCJHN'S, 0
The Blue and NVhite team again showed their superiority over the West Vir-
ginia teams by defeating St. john's Academy of Petersburg, VVest Virginia, by a
score of 48 to 0.
ALLEGANY, 7, MARTINSBURG, O
One of the most interesting games of the season was when Allegany was
deemed the victor of a 7-to-0 contest. The game was played in Martinsburg and
was said to be one ot the cleanest played.
ALLBGANY, 22g BEDFORD, O
The much dreaded game with Bedford High School was next. This was the
last game of the regular season, and was played at Bedford. Bedford had been
conhdent of winning this game, but Allegany changed their minds by giving them
ail undisputed 22-0 drubbing.
ALLBGANY, 553 THQMAS, O
Allegany next played Thomas High and the game resulted in an overwhelming
victory for the Blue and W'hite team.
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ln a post-season game the Allegany Alumni defeated the Allegany Varsity by
a single touchdown. ln the last live minutes of play Johnny Long, of Catholic
University, intercepted a pass which resulted in the o11ly score of the game. The
teams were evenly matched and fought on even terms throughout the game.
CQACH NVALTER "BILL" BOVVERS
Mr. Bowers, a graduate of the University of Maryland, came to Allegany in
September from Seaford High School, Delaware, where he coached football and
basketball. On September 15th he issued a call for football candidates and was
answered by half a hundred strong, healthy boys who reported for the prelim-
inary drills. Wltlllll two weeks he had developed a team that defeated all its
opponents with the exception of one, that game being lost by a single touchdown.
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His good nature won him the admiration of every boy a11d his earnestness inspired
them to do their best. He never failed to keep the gridmen hard at work folr fully
two hours every evening. Although there were hard teams to be played, when the
games were over the boys always said it was easier than the practice games. Coach
"Bill" will be at the helm next fall and with the promising material will have
another championship team.
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"Patsy," a member of the Class of '25 and of the Western Maryland College
football team, came to Allegany after he had met with an accident in a game at
college to help Coach Bowers develop a real football team. "Patsy" played three
years on Alcohi's team, and with some of the fellows that played this year, before
going to college. VVith the one year of college coaching, he learned many new
tricks and plays which he made use of.
WILLIAM HANLEY, STUDENT MANAGER .
"Bill," a post graduate, did all in his power to help Allegany to have a real
football team. He was always ready to aid the coaches or men whenever aid was
needed. He announced the games in the assemblies, distributed posters advertising
the games, and did everything else possible to arouse the interest of the students
and the town's people. "Billl' is a dependable chap and will always be welcomed
CAPTAIN ALBERT VVOLFE
Albert, a junior, was captain, quarterback, and high scorer of the New Alle-
gany Championship Ifootball Team. He led his team as well as any coach could
expect a11d proved to be a real held general. Albert was re-elected captain for the
coming 1927 season. His end runs and line bucks afforded the newspaper much
to talk about and often resulted in a touchdown. Albert did most of the punting
and kicking for the extra point after a touchdown. Here is hoping that Albert
leads as good a team next fall as he did during the past season.
JOHN --Bus" 1'1'rzER qHALFBAcKp
Bus played halfback and often acted as quarter, in the absence of the captain.
I-le proved a real aid to the team, both on the offense and defense, and gave the
boys real encouragement. Bus earned the varsity letter in both his junior and
Senior years in football.
AUSTIN FLEM l NG QFULLBACKJ
Austin is a strapping big fellow and was the best line plunger and punter on
the team. "Rattle," as he was known by his teammates, was fullback and was the
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man who put the ball in play at the beginning of the game. He booted the pig-
skin back to the opponent's goal on most of his kick offs. Austin played on the
varsity team as fullback through two seasons and received the varsity letter both
LESTER snzaaar CCENTERD
Lester was one of the heaviest men on the team and played one of the most
important positions. He was a real fighter and always did his best for Allegany.
"Si" was better on the offense than he was on the defense. Had it not been for
his coolness and accuracy in passing the ball back to the receiver, there would not
have been so many points after touchdown as there were. "Si" has been out for
football since he was a freshman, and has won his letter two years.
JACK TREIBER CGUARDJ
"jawn," a two-hundred pounder, was a fellow that could be counted on to do
his share and a little more, It was jack who tore big holes in the opponent's
defense and who aided considerably on the defense for Alcohi. He is a junior
and has been on the football squad every year, and on the varsity in his Sophomore
and junior years.
JACK XVILKINSON QLEFT ENDJ
jack, the fastest man on the team, was slow about going out for football, but
when he did he was soon playing one of the wing positions. NYhen he caught a
pass with but few players after him, it was almost a sure touchdown. jack was
awarded the varsity letter in his Senior year, but broke in quite a few games the
first year he was out. jack is a member of the graduating class. His absence will
be greatly felt next year.
ERNEST HUTCHESON AND JOHN GOLDEN QTACKLESJ
"Hutch," the biggest fellow on the team, always had a smile on his face, and
when it was necessary to "hold that line,', he held. Wlhen on the offense. he always
made a hole big enough for the entire team to go through. AiHlltCl1,' will be a big
help next year for the Alcohi football team.
john is a big fellow and a hard, earnest player. He played left tackle a11d
made a good showing in every game. john has another season to look forward to
before he graduates at mid-year. He won his varsity letter last season.
HENRY KUHN QRIGHT GUARDJ
"Henny" never was in a game that he did not fight as hard as he could--
whether the opposition was strong or weak. He was only out for football i11 his
Senior year and in one season he earned more friends and praises from the fans
than other boys who have played two and three years.
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"Bob" was one of the most energetic members of the team. VVhen it was
necessary to brace up and iight, he fought hard and made openings in the opposi-
tion's line for the backfield players to go through. "Bob" went out for football to
take his brother's place. He was on the varsity but one year, but played in many
of the games in 1925.
JOHN SAPP CRIGHT ENDJ
"Boots," a Sophomore, was the smallest and one of the fastest members of
the team. He and Bob were a hard pair for any team to run around. ,He was out
for the team i11 his Freshman year but did not make it. Last year he was regular
end and played in nearly all of the games.
FRANK BARRETT QHALFBACRJ
"lfmankie" was the eleventh member of the Blue and White gridiron machine,
and altlibugh he did not play in all the games he won the varsity letter. "Frankie"
played one of the halfback positions and was a hard man for the opponents to get
by. He still has another year to iight for Allegany.
XYithout the Subs, there can be no first team. True enough, the regular team
won the praise and honor of the spectators, but who was it that aflforded the oppo-
sition in practice, who was it that went to the Mid-City Stadium for two hours
every day and did not get any of the "outside" praise at all? It was "lip" Barley,
"Gene" Burns, "Guzz,' Lloyd, "Rod" Ford, "Jerry" Shontze, Melvin Rice, Merle
Golden, Howard Vanhorn, Watson Pritchard, Elmer Robinson, Wayne Brown-
ing, Frank Carter, Ralph Ashby and Robert Stimler, who spent their evenings and
energy and received the bumps in order that .Xlcohi might have a championship
A. H. S.
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Henry Kuhn ...........
Lester Siebert ........
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On the 15th of September, Arthur Taylor, veteran Soccer Coach, announced
the first soccer practice to be held on the lot adjoining the school. A half himdred
candidates responded to the call. Among those who responded to the call were
Captain Lloyd White, Charles Lester, Eugene Bittner, Harold Brown, Hamilton
and Morrison Dickey of last year's team. The squad was divided into groups, with
the veteran players as assistant instructors. During the first week the ,funda-
mentals of the game were taught to the new candidates. ln the following week
the squad was put through strenuous practices. The five regulars of last year's
team retained their positons and with the addition of six new members. who were
Richard johnson, Clifford Neal, Robert Leasure, Merle Shumaker and Charles
Beamer, composed the best soccer team that has ever represented Allegany.
Our season opened with an easy victory over Midland High School. The
team took the field with the following line-up: "Dick" Johnson, goal: "Dick" Bitt-
ner and "Bud" Neal, fullbacksg 'fButch" Lester, Brown and Captain Wliite, half-
backsg "Bob" Leasure, Merle Shumaker. Hamilton, Morrison, and DeVVitt Dickey,
fo1'wards. Each member of the forward line tallied a field goal. Captain VVhite
scored a penalty kick. The Dickey brothers tallied ten of the total fifteen points.
"Dick" johnson. goalkeeper, failed to get a single kick at the ball.
The following week we lost a hard-fought game to Beall High by the score of
6-0. This was the worst defeat A. H. S. suffered throughout the season.
The third game was played with l'ennsylvania Avenue High School. and was
an easy victory for Alcohi. The game was played minus the service of "Ham"
Dickey, star forward. Dan Ryan. who substituted, played a good game and scored
two field goals. The final score was lO-0.
The hardest game of the season was played with Bruce High. ln this game
the Blue and XVhite team showed the best form of the season. On two occasions
Allegany tied the score, but the Tri-town Boys scored once more just as the final
whistle sounded. ln this game Allegany won the title of the fastest and cleanest
team in the VV. M. I. Soccer League. The final score was 0--l.
Our next game was with La Salle. our bitterest opponent for the City Cham-
pionship, which resulted in a scoreless tie. This game forced La Salle outof the
race for the league leadership. lt also left the city title to be decided by the future
Our next and final game of the season was played with Barton, State Champs,
who were successful in scoring a 1-to-O victory over our team. Allegany outplayed
the Barton representatives throughout the game, but in a close play near our goal
the referee called a penalty against us. This one break in the game gave Barton a
victory and also enabled them to win the County Championship for the sixth time.
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Captain XVhite secured a place on the first team, while "Butch" Lester, "Ham"
Dickey and Harold Brown secured positions on the second selection. This is the
largest aggregation that has ever represented Allegany on the All-Star teams.
This year's team consisted of the following players and their positions:
Hamilton Dickey ......
Merle Shnniaker .......
Charles Beamer ......
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Harold Brown ............
Charles Lester ............
Eugene Bittner ......
Cliiiord Neal ..........
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Allegany's only winter sport and best supported game is basketball. Under
the able training of Coach Bowers, the Blue and lYhite team was able to accom-
plish a feat which has never been accomplished before by an Alcohi basketball
team: that was to win the lllaryland State High School Basketball Championship
and to win nineteen games out of thirty-one. A squad of hfty boys reported to
Coach Bowers on the first day of practice, and from them was selected a real
championship team. VVith Captain Sigel, llitzer. and Vl'olfe as a nucleus he
developed a praiseworthy team.
Besides the twelve league contests, nineteen other games were arranged. seven
at home and twelve abroad. Of the regular league games Allegany won nine and
lost three, and finished second place in the VY. M. I. League. Five games were
played before the League season opened. The opening game was with Salisbury
High, which Allegany wong the second game was with the Alumni. who defeated
our boys, 35 to 30. During the Christmas holidays the team journeyed up into
XN'est Virginia for three games. The Blue and Vl'hite team won the opening
league contest from Barton, 40 to ll, but lost the next two to l.a Salle and Beall
High Schools. Our boys redeemed themselves when they defeated l'ennsylvania
Avenue School, 48 to 12. Hagerstown was the next opponent on our court and
we lost to them, 34 to 15. Next we battled Keyser High School and lost. 34 to 22,
but the return game was 28-27 in our favor. Central, Bruce and Barton were then
defeated. Wie played Hagerstown in Hagerstown next and made a much better
showing, but lost, 32 to 22. "All roads led to Allegany High School" on February
17, because on that date La Salle won a hard-fought game from Aleohi. 29 to 22.
XYestmont and Pennsylvania next fell before the Blue and VYhite machine. In
Johnstown, Allegany lost two games to XYestmont and -Central High Schools of
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A very important game was lost to Central by the close score of 23 to 21. Beaver-
dale and Bruce then bowed to A. H. S.
Dave Sigel, "BusU Pitzer, Dick Johnson, Henry Kuhn, Albert XVolfe, and
Espey Barley represented both Allegany High School and the county in the State
tournament and won five straight games to gain the State Championship. Cen-
tral High was the first to be eliminated by Allegany. Then Hagerstown, after
winning two previous games from Allegany, was defeated on the Y. lvl. C. A. floor,
2-1 to 21, in one of the fastest games of the season. Next Oakland was overwhelm-
ingly defeated by Alcohi, 76 to 14. Annapolis High, champion team of 1926, was
the next to fall prey to Allegany. The game was played in Catonsville before a
large number of "rooters.', Besides the team over three hundred fans went to
Frederick to see Allegany win the last game of the season and the State Cham-
pionship by the score of 25 to 17.
Coach Bowers had a squad of fifteen which he worked throughout the sea-
son. Every member broke into some of the games. It was through the stiff oppo-
sition offered by the substitutes that the regular team was able to make such a
CAPTAIN DAVE SIGEL
Dave Sigel is a born basketball player or he never would have captained and
played with a championship team. His team did not accomplish much in the early
part of the season, but after a few games no team was too strong for his boys.
Dave played forward on the team and was second highest scorer on the team.
He is one of the fastest players ever to play on a Blue and XYhite team and his
basketball career is sure not to end with his graduation.
ALBERT NVOLFE QTEDJ
Albert is about the best on a basketball floor in this section. On numerous
occasions, with the score close, he looped a field goal that put more Fight and con-
fidence in his teammates. He always played a clean game. He, like Sigel, played
forward and led his teammates in scoring. He was second highest scorer in the
XV. M. 1. League. He was chosen for the county All-Star team.
RICHARD JOHNSON QDICKJ
Dick is a tall blonde boy who played center and around whom most plays were
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game. Wie only wish Dick had played previous seasons. as he would have been an
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JOHN PITZER CBUSJ
"Bus" played running guard and was, without a doubt. one of the ovlnstand-
ing players in the league. This was proved when he was selected for the County
All-Star team. "Bus', was the coolest player on the team, and did remarkably well
in scoring 89 points while playing guard position.
HENRY KUHN QHENNYJ
"Hennyi' proved to be a real fighter on the Blue and XVhite team with his
"never die" spirit. He could always be counted on to break the pass work of the
opposing team and many times to add a few extra points to our score. He would
often fool the opposition by his clever way of delivering the ball. He always played
a fast, clean game. '
All of the glory does not belong to the regulars, for it must be remembered
that had it not been for practice games there would not have been such a good var-
sity team. There will be four vacancies to be filled next year and only two subs
will be missing, and considering the one lirst string man left for next season, the
prospects for a good team are bright. Those who deserve much praise are: Espy
Barley, '29g Eugene Bittner, ,Z9g Clifford Neal, H285 Daniel Ryan, 'Z9g Harold
Brown, '27, Frank Barrett, '29, Lawrence Schaffer, '28, john Sapp. '29, and
Austin Fleming, '27.
GAMES PLAYED AT HOME
Allegany Score Visitors Score
" 50 ...... ....... S alisbury 20
' 30 ...... ........ . Alumni ..... ...... ...... 3 5
40 ...... ....... B arton ........................... ...... Il 1
48 ...... ........ l 'ennsylvania Avenue ...... ...... 1 2
15 ...... ....... H agerstown ............... ...... 3 4
29 ...... ........ C entral .......... ...... 2 Z
Z8 ...... ....... 1 ieyser ....... ...... 2 7
Z2 ...... ........ I .a Salle ...... ...... 2 9
38 ...... ....... X Vestmont .... ...... l 5
40 ...... ........ I 'iedmont ...... ...... 3 2
5.3 ...... ........ B eall ............. ...... 1 7
45 ...... ........ B eaverdale ...... ...... 3 2
45 ...... ........ B ruce ............ ...... 2 3
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Allegany won 19 and lost 12.
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Girls ' Basketball Review
The girls' basketball team of Allegany High School had a fairly successful
season this year. Although they did not win the championship, they worked hard
during the season and deserve a great deal of praise.
The girls had one of the cleanest, if not the cleanest team in the league and
proved themselves the best of sports. Every player on the team is to be.com-
mended on the fine spirit shown.
At the close of the season last year Pauline Hetzel was elected captain. llfhen
the season opened about fifty candidates were present. Ruth Matheney was chosen
NVe were fortunate in having such a coach as Miss Mabel Pape with us this
year. She is to be commended for her steady work in shaping the team.
At the first part of the season the team started with the following line-up:
Millie Hughes and Ruth Matheney, forwardsg Nellie Blonsky, center, Sarah Sigel,
side centerg Ida Gerson and Pauline Hetzel, guards. The line-up was later changed
to Jeanette Eyler forward in place of Millie Hughes, and Nellie Blonsky, Elizabeth
Hoover, and Sarah Sigel alternating in the center.
Ruth Matheney made a flashy little forward and was a star of the first rate.
Jeanette Eyler was a speedy player also, and because of her shortness she
managed to dodge her guard and drop the ball in the basket many times.
Elizabeth Hoover made her' appearance in the final half of the season and was
a great aid to the team with her unusually good floor work at center and side center.
Hoover certainly can jump.
Nellie Blonsky proved to be quite a find. She held down the center position in
a line manner and was chosen on the second XV. M. I. team.
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fought hard and played a clean game.
Ida Gerson, who played guard, was a great asset to the team. Her fighting
spirit never failed.
Captain Pauline Hetzel comes in for her share of the bacon playing guard
and acting as very able leader of the team.
The subs are not to be forgotten, for their faithful work helped to make our
girls' team a success. They are: Ruth Bagent, Helen Knippenburg, Fannie Liller.
Virginia Harper, Elizabeth Munro, Elizabeth Martin, Robbie Tenny, Virginia
Shultz, Eleanor Dietz, and Francis Earl. ,
Three of the girls who will be lost by graduation are Captain Hetzel, Elizabeth
Hoover, and Ruth Matheney. Next yearys team will be formed around Ruth
Bagent, captain-electg Nellie Blonsky, Sarah Sigel, Jeanette Eyker, and Ida Gerson.
The girls won from Keyser and Pennsylvania Avenue School twice, from
Piedmont, Bruce, Hagerstown, the Business Girls of the HY" and the Alumni
once. They lost to Beall, Barton, and Centralg and once to Hagerstown, Bruce
and the HY" Business Girls.
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Track candidates were called out on March 23, 1927, for the tirst practice.
Although the wind was blowing and the air cold, a large number of boys reported.
Each boy who has had any interest at all in track has reported every day, in order
to be in condition for the County Meet to be held in Frostburg, June 3, 1927.
Coach Curry had entered John Nave, Hamilton Dickey, Albert NVolfe, Jack
Nlilkinson, Espey Barley. and several others in the Southern lntwscliolastir' .ner-t
at the University of Maryland, Hancock Meet and in a dual meet with Keyser.
Allegany has high hopes for the senior events in the County Meet, but the lack of
material for the junior classes is a big handicap. Several of the boys probably will
win first place in the County Meet and will go to Baltimore to take part in the
State Meet sponsored by the Playground Athletic League.
Allegany is glad to have Mr. Curry return as track coach. and is confident
that he will repeat his success of former years in training the boys in track and
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Baseball Throw--Henry Howe, third.
ll5-lb. Class-Broad jump, H. Brown, second.
660 Relay-VV. Dennison: H. Traderg G. Dennison, H. Brown, third.
, JUNIOR UNLIMITED
80-Yard Dash-Daniel Ryan, second: Lester Sielnert, third: XVatson Pritchard
220-Yard Dash-john Nave, first. 27 sec.
High Jump-Melvin Rice, first. 5 ft. M in.
8-Pound Shot Put-L. Schaffer, first Q44 ft.jg E. Hutcheson, sccondg E
100-Yard Dash-john Scliaidt, first 110.2
sec.j3 Jack XVilkinson, secondg
Randolph Millholland, fourth.
880-Yard Run-George Coughenour. second.
Broad Jump-Chester Everline, first. 19 ft. HM in.
High Jump-R. Millholland, fourth.
Mile Relay-E. Barleyg H. Dickeyg tl. McGregorg I. Sapp, second.
Total points, 77.
OLLEY BALL TEAIV
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Yolley-ball was elected by the VV. M. I. League as the fall sport for the girls,
to take the place of field-ball.
The team decided to retain as its leaders those who had been chosen by the
team the year before for field-ball. They were: Miss Elizabeth Hoover, Captain,
and Miss Henrietta Robinette, Manager.
By the time the league opened Miss Mabel Pape, our coach, had whipped into
shape a very good team, which threatened to win a championship and caused more
than a little worry among the up-creek players.
The season opened with Midland High, at Midland. The opponents proved
to be an easy match for our lassies and Allegany won by a score of 25-6. .
The next week the Blue and Yifhite suffered their hrst defeat at the hands of
Beall by a score of 18-4. T
The Alco girls came back strong with two victories, one a 10-5 victory over
Penn Avenue and the other a 17-5 victory over Bruce. T
Then for a thrilling half our girls played a wonderful game. and led Central,
State champs for three years. by a score of 6-3. Then our team fell down in the
last half and lost, 14-6.
The next game was put in the "win" column as victory over Barton, l9-11.
The score at half time was 9-9, but the Alco girls stepped out in the last half and
displayed a snappy brand of volley-ball which won decisively. This game closed
The games played during the season were very thrilling and all against strong
teams. Our team was well balanced and had the best teamwork in the league.
VVith the valuable experience gained this fall the girls are looking forward to
spring, for they have hopes of defeating Central and bringing a State champion-
ship home to Allegany.
The team this year turned in the best record probably ever made by a local
volley-ball team. It may be said that their success was well deserved. for they
certainly did work hard to rank third in the league.
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Elizabeth Munro was a "big gun,', at all times playing a splendid game at
was a star in every game in which she played.
Elizabeth Martin, who played at left end, was a great aid to the team. '4l,izz"
was always there when it came her turn.
Ruth Bagent played a brilliant game throughout the season.
Nellie Blonskey deserves praise for the commendable games she played at
Ruth Matheney was on the jump and always ready to return the ball over
Robbie Tenny played many noteworthy games as second linesman.
Elizabeth Munro was a "big gun." at all times playing a splendidgame at
second line center.
Jeanette Eyler was a valuable player on the back line.
Pauline Hetzel, at first playing right end and then changed to center net,
played a splendid game in either position.
Through graduation the following players will be lost: Elizabeth Hoover
fCapt.j, Elizabeth Martin, Pauline Hetzel, Ruth Matheney, and Robbie Tenny.
VVl1ile there is still some valuable material to start with next year in Nellie lilons-
key, Jeanette Eyler, Ruth Bagent and Elizabeth Munro.
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Hold 'em tight
l7uu't let 'em gain
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Score, Scurc, Scure
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A. H. S. Rah! Rah!
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.X. H. S. Rall! Rah!
Blue, Blue, Blue zmcl XYl1ite
Blue, Blue. Blue and XVl1ite
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Holiday, May 16
Presentation of the Senior Class Play, "Smilin' 'l'hrough." at the Strancl
Klonclay, May 23
Presentation of "Sn1ilin' Thronghu at the Vieclniont Opera House.
Tuesday, hlune 7
The Senior Farewell ,Nsseinlmly in the High School anclitorinni under the
clireetion of Miss Mabel Pape.
june 13-l5 linclnsivej
Senior final examinations.
Sunday, June 19
Baccalaureate Sermon at the Stranfl Theatre: Reverend Uwcn of the Presby-
terian Church officiating.
Monday, il une 20
Tuesday, .Iune 21
Senior l'roni, eight o'eloek. Allegany High School auclitorinin. Peek lXlill's
Xleclncsclay, June 22
Class Night exercises, seven-thirty, .Xllegany lligh School aumlitoriinn, unfler
the flireetion of llarolrl C. XYiel4arcl,
Tlnirsday. june 25
Senior Reception for the Parents at two-thirty o'cloeli.
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Ili assemblies held every 'lluesday morning in the spacious audi-
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jx, 'f torium have been unusually interesting and prohtable tlus year.
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through the efforts of several of the clubs and outside patrons of
,Xllegany. 'llhe club programs have been unique and entertaining.
Because of the large stage, the lighting effects and the curtain, the assembly
programs have been more elaborate, entertaining and attractive.
Un Friday, October 22, Governor .Xlbert C. Ritchie, of Maryland, ad-
dressed the student body at a special assembly. lt was indeed an honor to
have the chief executive of the State at school and to listen to his short
The beautiful statue. given to the school by a group of about thirty
1'll'CSlllllCll, Civic students, led by Miss Sirbaugh, was formally presented to
Allegany at a fitting assembly. The statuefrepresents Hebe. the Greek God-
dess of Youth. In this masterpiece she is portrayed as the cupbearer of the
Gods and is one of the most beautiful figures in Greek Mythology. The
presentation of this statue entailed not only true school spirit, but great per-
sonal sacrihce on the part of this group of lfreshmen students. 'llhey worked
hard and faithfully to earn the money with which the statue was purchased.
and they deserve much credit and praise.
On lfriday, October l5. 1926, Donato Colafemina, the famous tenor of
the lioston linfrlislt Uwera. sane' at Allefranv. He was accom manied by Edna
as as 5 . l .
Coates. a young violinist of great talent, and lfmily Harris, a finished soloist
as well as accompanist. 'llhe numbers rendered by these splendid artists were
greatly appreciated and enjoyed.
.-X speaker who created a great deal of enthusiasm was lJr. XYetzel, the
secretary of the Nlfest Pennsylvania Humane Society. Dr. NYetzel is a plat-
form lecturer of great ability. Mr. Kopp stated that he had been so impressed
with Dr. XVetzel's address seven years ago that he desired all of the student
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bodv to hear him. His speech was indeed noteworthy, and his vivid incidents
told of inhumane treatment of animals brought tears to the eyes of many.
On November 23, the students of Allegany were given the oppoftunity
of hearing one of the most prominent men in dramatic circles, Mr. Nathaniel
Ii. Reid, of the Longman Greene Company, and a member of the Board of
the National Drama League. Mr. Reid presented a talk which contained
both valuable and interesting information. He stated that he was very much
in favor of a clean type of theatrical production and also seemed very enthusi-
astic over amateur dramatics. Mr. Reid was obtained through the efforts of
some of the members of the A. D. li. and through its faculty advisor. Mr.
Dr. Chester Sanford, of Allentown, Pennsylvania, spoke before the stu-
dents of Allegany the latter part of january. Dr. Sanford is a nationally
known vocational expert and those who heard him considered themselves
quite fortunate in having such a fine opportunity.
Perhaps one of the most highly enjoyed and artistically given assembly
programs of the year was that presented by the A. D. K., at Christmas time,
A spectacular dance munber was rendered by a group of A. D. K. girls, while
Santa Claus appeared distributing various gifts to members of the audience.
The Scriptures were read with a beautiful tableau as a background and the
sweet strains of a Christmas carol as an accompaniment. The program was
a great success.
The Public Speaking Club also presented an interesting program in April.
lt consisted of two plays. The latter was called "April Fools" and its cast
of characters was as follows: David Sigel, "Bill" Hanly, and Myron Simpson.
The program, under the direction of Hunter B. Robinette, was considered one
of the best ever given. lt was both amusing and clever, and was quite lengthy,
nmch to the sorrow of the students.
Interesting programs were given by the Poetry Club, Latin Club, the
Girls' League. the Boys' Multiple Quartet, the Junior Dramatic Club. the
Orchestra, the Girls' Glee Club. the Faculty, and the Girls' .Xthletic Club.
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by the e11tire student body.
But we must not forget the special assemblies given i11 honor of our
Champion Basketball Team, who have become, through vigorous training,
"Champions" in another field-oratory. From the Central game to that of
lirederick we held assemblies, we should say "rallies," for our boys. Each one
was called on to make a speech and we believe we are correct when we say
a "fellow" can't play basketball and make a speech, too-but "Bill" Hanly,
student manager, certainly can talk! He emphatically declared that our
team is now known from Annapolis to Pinto. Davey Sigel, our star forward
and captain will always be remembered for his eloquent speech delivered on
the historic City Hall Plaza when he presented the "bacon" to Mayor Koon.
Next in line comes Albert NVolfe, who, we will have to admit, can play
basketball twice as well as he can make a speech, Albert always said some-
thing-usually the same thing every time-and then sat down where he
looked and felt more comfortable. "Bus" Pitzer delivered his speeches with
poise and confidence, and we felt that after a little more experience he might
rival any of our great public speakers. "Henny" Kuhn and "Dick" Johnson
spoke about the same-the only difference was "Henny" usually had a
"companion"Echewing gum. Everyone enjoyed these "rallies" and we feel
that they helped our boys come through victorious.
Much of the success of the assembly programs this year was due to tli
splendid work of Miss Mary I. Murphy, who arranged the dates for club
programs and supplied special entertainments for our benefit. The orchestra
also deserves special mention in that it was faithfully on hand at every
assembly, and contributed largely to the success of those Tuesday morning
gatherings which everyone eagerly anticipated. The memories of those
periods will ever remain in our hearts, when we are reminiscing over those glorious
days spent at Allegany.
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helpful glllClZll1CCAglVQll llllllt hy the "All1gewi's" lfac- H
1, ulty 1lilVlS0l'ilXllSS lxzltlizirme Hustecl. HL' wishes '
ll alsii tw thank Mr. lliiiitci' A. Rohinettc for his cu- l
operation in llllllllllllg' the business end of this pull-
liczltiun. 'llo the cuiiiiiicwizll stucleuts of thc sclliml, ll
Il g'1'cz1t clezll uf credit is clue, fm' it is they whu have f
i' typcwrittcii our zirticlcs. ,Xml last of all hc wishes lj
i tu cxtm-iid tlililll who in :my wily assistcrl in thc
piilmliczitunm nl thc zmiiuzll, his must sinccrc zlpprc- i
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In and About Allegany
URING the 11111111 11131114 the greater part 111' the SCIll1ll' class may he
6? iyfgiyx, seen ltnililllg' 1111 with delight, at the 11er1111'n1anee 111 "lla1111y Hill"
Ilanly a111l 11is e11h111'ts. Un SUIIIC 11ays y1111 will 1in11 "l'Da1111y
,q'f,,J Bill" 11n111i1'i11g 11ne 111- the lllUSt thrilling 11ase11all games eyer
staged. The way he calls halls Llllll strikes XYU1l1C1 class llllll as Il
lm,1'L.ssi1111:11. Un Zlllll1llCl' 11ceasi11n you will 131111 "11an1y's" L'1l11U'l'tS, illblllg
the llllll11l't'K1 tleetvl in te11 llat, .Xlter t11e game, "Hill" will pay lllill his teaxn
with jelly heans 111' el1111'111ate. llllfl as he leaves yllll will hear 11is 1'11h11rts call-
ing' "Bye, '17a111ly Bill' Bye."
Lxlllilllg' the 1-llllllllill' lli'l'Sllllilg'CS seen i11 211111 Ill'Ullllt1 .Xllegany is "Chief"
XY1111111'111'k. He is the Scllfllll engineer, ,X11 the lell11ws are 1111111 111 llllll. 11
yllll 1-yer want anything 111111e just ask "Chief," Illlfl he'1l 1111 it. ,X1111 1111 y1111
1illU1Y that Chief is a literary genius? Besides being' the s1'h1,1111 engineer, he
takes time 1111. 1111' his literary w11rk, which c11nsists niainly 111' writing articles
for the ,1l'z'rr11r. ln the celehrity contest he111 earlier in the year. "Chief"
1'e1'eiy1-11 the y11te 1111' 1lIl.YlllQ' the hest line,-an1l he 11eserye11 it. XYe11 "C11i1-1"
the class 111 21 IS SUl'l'f' t11 leave yllll, Zlllil wishes y1111 all k1111ls 111 luck.
,-111111 we must lllbt 1'11rg'et t11 n1enti11n the 1'11r1'i11111' "sentine1s" wl111 haye s11
11i1ig'e11t1y 'ASllUUC1lu pupils llllt 111' the halls i11 the twenty niinutes peri1111 i11
the llllJl'IllllQ', t11at Ulll' halls have 1lCCUlllC s11 silent that 11ne Illlgllt al1n11st hear
a pin 111'1111, llllly, 1111 13116 w11u111 l1eintereste1l i11 llCll.l'lllg' t11e pin, 111' 1'11urse.
Since Spring' l1as 1'11n1e 11ee1'e11it ,l"11r11s a111l 11the1' vehicles Ill uneertaiii age
llllll Ul'l:Lflll have put i11 their a1111eara11ee 11ef111'e Ulll' 11111'tals. XYe ask yung
what next i11 the 1i11e11f"1'a1'1'y :1l1s"?
'llhe 1111ste1's lmying' t11 1111 with s1'h1111l pri11e, that are 1111ste11 1111 the 11111-
11-tin are a g'1'11111 thing. They serve to make us think 111 those lIllp1ll'1Zlllt things
we are s11 very apt to forget.
Jxllltbllg' 1ltll6l' things a1111ut .Xllegany we 1'an't help hut think 111 the girls
an11 1111ys as they 'tllftlllg' 111 t11e lnn f11r t11e pr11yerl1ial soup an11 "Hut lJ1'1g."
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It reminds nie of the rush into Noah's gXrk-always two by two
rush in, but with 'l '
otsteps do they leisi
Qui' grounds are being improved too. Grass has been sown and shrub
bery put out. It all promises to be very beautiful. So we have just one in
reason to be proud of our new Xll
.A egany. .Xnd s " ' '
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meautiful statue of Hebe that
1 esented to the school by the Civic class sponsored by Miss Sirbaugh.
The statue is particularly appropriate as it represents the Code
less of Nvtllllll
Notice-lfaculty IJ 2 'l
However there has been no bloodshed although the two forces have inet
in conflict upon several occasions. Yes XYar l-XYar upon chewing gum!
The strife has been long and violent, but as yet it is impossible to declare an
absolute victory for either faction.
., ius-and so it goes at Allegany! Dear Old High
School. lt's a wonderful place after all. and in the days to come the nieinorx'
of our school days within its halls will swell our hearts w
ut it was ever tl
, ' , yes-they
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Receipts and Disbursements
To show that we are not so crooked as we seem to be. hut are a darn siffht
worse. we suhmil the following report on the iinances of this volume:
National Advertising ............................. ...... S 3,800.00
Local Advertising ...... 6.79
Brihes from Seniors ....................................... 50.00
Adding eight degrees to Faculty write-ups:
Three .-X. l5.'s at 351.50 ............................ 4.50
Four M. :X.'5 at 551.00 ....... 4.00
One Ph. D. at 25165.03 ........ 165.08
Sale of hooks to students ......... 5.00
Sale of space to XX. D. K ....... 20.00
Publishing faculty picture ........................... 9.70
For using two jokes from fllmlzi .llirrw ...... .26
Contribution from the Sophoinores ........... 1.01
Grzuid Total ....... ...... S 1067.3-l
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Printing Volume ................
Fountain Pen for lfditor ..................
Ink for fountain pen for Ifditor .......
Car-fare to Frostliurg .... ............
Central Game ............
Care-fare back .......
Salaries of Staff .........
General lixpenses .........
Slirulibery and grass ......
Staff party at Circus .....................,...............
Gasoline used in trips to Xosset's Studio.
Life Insurance for llumorous Editor .......
Flowers for Editor ..............................
Refreshments for stat? ...................
Cost of collecting advertisements .......
Grand Total ......
Receipts ............. ...... S 4,067.3-l
lbislmnrsements ..... ...... -l 067.32
Prolit ...................... .02
Postage for sending' to printers .....
Net Prolit ..................................
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I To him who follows after may we wish the best of luck. '3'
1 llis path is hard and stony, no rest may he receive. For he is 3
1 but the slave of others, he works for them alone. Then who is -
13: he, this poor, unfortunate fellow, who struggles vainly on to
greater glory? He is lint the Editor of the ALLIGEWI.
I3 Don't take this hard, ye who follow after. It is hut despair, Ig
32 it was written when the Editor was deep in woe and care, and he 9
3 was hut a pessimist, who saw no light. But cheer np, the worst 3
G' is yet to come, and my many thoughts are best expressed in the I
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3 Greetings to the Next Editor 3
S llvllfll your printer ix howling for fopy, 3
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3 lVln'n the seniors find grinds are 0. 1lIllStlllt't' 3
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3 So rlvnmnd all your rofvy by August,
3 And all of your pictures by fall, Q31
3 Azul if you don't get them until ApriI,- 3
3 ll"l1y, ln' tlzanlcfzfl you got them at all. 3'
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E "l lcintzicu Came to sclioul before one minute of nine?
3 "Pansy" 'llrouunan Llicln't prepare Ilcr lessons? 3
lg ,XII tllc Svniors camo to a class meeting? I3
3 "Hill" XYarliclfl ccasccl to argue?
3 Miss liacler failed to give an assignment? 3
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3 "I lcnny" Kuhn forgot where Decatur Stu-ct was Iucalvcl? L3
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E Ilan Ryan never gut into any trouble?
3 Nr. XYlCli1l1'l'l clicln't "fuss" at rclicarsalw?
3 Kll1'l!Ul'l anrl Davy cli1ln't quarrel every wcck?
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On the following pages are the announcements of many of the mer-
chants of Cumberland who have contributed materially to the success of this
All the firms who do business with the school have been given an
opportunity to advertise in these pages. The following pages show those
who are ready and willing to cooperate with us at all times.
We wish to thank them for assisting us in this way and hope that you
will patronize them.
WITH ICE CREAM
Some of Gene Tunney's friends crowded into his rooms when he arrived
there after being proclaimed world's champion heavyweight Hghter and
tried to "throw a partyi' for him.
"What'll you have, Gene?" asked one of the merry makers.
"lf you don't mind," he said, "l'd like to have a little ice cream."
The Cream ofAl1 Ice Creams-
Get Them From The
160 BALTIMORE STREET
William A. Spruill, Mgr.
Our Store Is HPHlll1IllII'ff'I'S for Your Gr'adIzmIti04n Toys
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY
KAPLON'S YOUNG MEN'S SHOP
II5 BALTIMORE STREET
Ouffifrvrs to gzndzmfvs SIAIICI' 1906
.h l85I I927
1' lDH---- I2 JI'Il'l'Jf'I'.w SfZl'IIIfI'fIl'f' Years
4 Graduation cms 51.00 to 01,000.00 for Boy of cm
S. T. LITTLE JEWELRY CO.
Our suits are alive with the new color effects. Richly blended or
smartly contrasted-brilliant or more sedate-but colorful and dressy.
Society Brand, Hickey-Freeman, Fashion Park, Charter House and S. Gr S.
Double Breasted - - Single Breastccl
Tlzvo-button - - - Three-button
SCHWARZENBACH 62-9 SON
BOPP'S FLQWER SHOP
Try our wonderful Roses
"We Strizfe to Please"
Blggitlj "We have if" Zilsxlolkliigsd
Wm-Cked for all fmrrlces Bought- Sold-
Automobile Parts-New or Used
Largest Auto Wreckers in Western Maryland
Auto Parts Company
GEO. L. CARNEY, Prop.
Phone 2441-Res., I397-M. 222 N. Mechanic St.
Alice Durrett: "l spent eight hours on my French last night."
Ruth Sheakley: "What! Eight hours?"
Alice Durrett: "Yeh, l had my book under the mattress."
I "Bus" Pitzer fwho never shaves hirnselfjz "Hey, barber, give me a
glass of water."
Barber: "What's the matter? Hair in your mouth?"
"Bus": "No, l want to see if my neck leaks."
Friend of the Family: "And how do you like school, my little man?"
Kid Brother: "l like it closed, sir."
Father: "Yes, l'm sure my son will be a great scientist. l'm sure you've
noticed his way of going to the bottom of things."
Teacher: "Yes, l've noticed it about his classes."
Mr. Taylor: "Can anybody tell me where has my polygon?"
Voice from the Rear: "Up the geometree, lVlr. Taylor."
"Set the alarm for two, will you?"
Roomie: "You, and who else?"
"l'm afraid l'll never see you in Heaven."
"Good gosh, what have you clone now?"
Louis Stein, Inc.
II7 FREDERICK STREET
WE GO ANYWHERE
FOR THE BEST HOME-MADE CANDIES,
ICE CREAM AND SODAS
72 Baltimore St.
The Largest Selling Six in the World
Maryland Garage, Inc.
429 NORTH MECHANIC STREET
CUMBERLAND, MD. PHONE 2423
The Evening Times
The Sunday Times
The Times Papers are read by more people than any p p
published in Maryland, outside of Baltimore City.
The Two Brothers
HART SCHAFFNER and MARX CLOTHES
HARIRY KAMENS RICI-IXARDPA. EIGGS
resi ent ice- resi ent
The Buchanan Lumber Co.
WHY TEACHERS GO CRAZY
l clidn't get that far."
What was the question?"
Have you an extra pencil?"
"Write on both sides of the paper?"
May l borrow an eraser?"
What will the test cover?"
But that's what it said in the book."
"The library was closed."
"I left my gym shoes at home."
It always makes me laugh
So wonderful a treat,
To see a track man run a mile
And only move two feet.
Miss Lapp: "What's that terrible noise clown below?"
"Joe" Felclstein: "That's the French Club singing the mayonnaise.
King: "Ho, blackamoor. What is this in my plate?"
Cook: U 'Tis but a crack, your majesty."
King: "Thou liest, knave, who ever heard of a crack wriggling?
Visitor at the "YH: 'iHow much does a bath cost?"
"Peaches" Robinnette: "Ten cents. Twelve tickets for a dollar."
Visitor: "Twelvel l'm not asking to be a life subscriber."
One Teacher: "How were your exams?"
Another Teacher: "A complete success. Everybody flunkeclf'
Eckerd Cut Rate Store Co.
38 BALTIMORE ST.
Cut Prices on All Toilet Articles
FULL LINE OF GRADUATION GIFTS
West Side Pharmacy
Ez'Fryth.z'ng in Drug Stvre Goods
GREEN AND WATER STREETS. PHONE 4l7
It Pays to Look Well
J. S. McGeady
"Your hair cut as
you like if."
265 WILLIAMS STREET
C. E. B.
THE PLACE TO GET
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Firman Gilbert Pugh
I START TI-IAT ACCOUNT TODAY
and when you Think of a Bank, think of our Bank-then come in and get acquainted
I The man with live dollars treated with as much courtesy
as the man with thousands.
YOU NEED US WE NEED YOU
I As business friends we are both made stronger.
l Commerclal Savmgs Bank
W CUMBERLAND MARYLAND
I Watches, Diamonds and Rings
4l BALTIMORE STREET
I Cumberland, Maryland
p Cumberland Tire Company
Kelly-Springfield Tires Cost No More Than Others
KELLY SOLICITS YOUR BUSINESS
PHONE 300 p
Drive-in service Station SOUTH MECHANIC STREET Our New Building
ROBERT E. KING, Proprietor BILL CRAMER, Manager
4 The Potomac Ed1son Company I
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"Ham" Dickey's little sister just loves to tell on her big brother. One
day she ran to mother: "Oh, ma," she cried, "Ham ate all the raisins off that
real sticky paper out in the kitchen."
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We'd like to tell you the story about the crude oil but it's unrefined.
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On a certain basketball trip:
Waiter: "Tea or coffee?"
"Henny" Kuhn: "Coffee without cream."
Waiter: "You'll have to take it without milk, we're out of cream."
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Late to bed
Early to rise
Keeps your kid brother
From wearing your ties.
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Two little worms were digging away. They were digging in dead earnest.
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Virginia E.fHand: "Say, Jack, who is the fastest man in the world?"
Jack Wilkinson: "The one who turned out the light, undressed and got
into bed before it got dark."
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"Bob" Wolfe: ul could live on limburger cheese alone."
"Ted": "You'd have to."
In your own home!
Think of it!
Never a dull moment-never
a time when the talent of the
worldis foremost artists and com-
posers is not at your finger-tips!
illustrated here is the Orthophonic
Victrola Radiola. It not only re-
produces music as never before,
but it is a beautiful piece of fur-
niture that will add to any deco-
THE MUSIC CENTRE , I45-I47 BALTIMORE 1
OF CUMBERLAND S STREET
When your washing machine and
wife are worn out-send your
LAUNDRY TO Us
The Cumberland Laundry
C. H. Holtzman
86 Baltimore Street
Phone 943. Get it at Holtzman's.
L. F. SHAF F ER
Paints, Varnishes, Brushes, Oils and
I8 PERSHING STREET PHONE 2042
Community Bakery Company
Old Home Potato Bread
Maryland Maid Cakes
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Co where the crowd goesg There is always a season for:
Delicious Cancliesfour Famous Ice Cream, and our Palatable Lunches
The Royal Confectionery
The Largest and Most Modern in Western Maryland
I00 BALTIMORE STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND
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The Crystal Laundry Company
The Commercial Press y
Printing, Engraving and Embossing
I4 FREDERICK STREET
Conn Band and Orchestra Instruments
are sold exclusively by
W. F. Frederick Piano Co.
Home of the Knabe, Harclman, and Frances
Bacon Pianos, and Ortllophonic Victrolas
47-49 BALTIMORE STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND
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Q 1: as
The First National Bank
OF CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND
The Oldest Bank in Western Maryland" I
A business that has been continuous since I8l I. I
Total Resources Over S4,400,000.00
No depositor has ever lost a dollar which has
been intrustecl to our care
From the Very Beginning
This store has featured quality.
Our policy will be the same
During the years to come.
"Had a date to take Jane to church last night, but her mother went
"Tough break. What did you do?"
"Went to church."
Pk af Pk wk
Kid Brother fto new manlz "Can't you talk mister, really?"
"Why certainly, why?"
"Oh, why sister said you were too dumb for Words."
sf wk as PF
S. P. C. A.: "Oh, you cruel boy. Why, oh, why did you cut that worm
Brutal ujimmyn Avirett: "Aw, he seemed so lonesome there by himself."
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ul wish that sign were put on mail boxes."
"Post no bills."
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Doctor: "Have you any temperature this morning?"
Patient: "No sir, the nurse just took it."
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Mr. Towers: "Washington was first in war, first in peace and-
Stude: "First in the American League."
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He: "What would you say if l threw you a kiss?"
She: "That you were the laziest man l know."
PAUL'S FLOWER SHOP
For Economical Transportation
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHEVROLET
IN CHEVROLET HISTORY
HODSON CHEVROLET SALES COMPANY
IZ3 S. Liberty St.
I A L . . ,
Gurley's Grocery Store
54 North Centre Street
Where You Get All Good Things To Eat
Western Maryland College
Albert Norman Ward, D. D., LL. D., President
FOR YOUNG MEN AND YOUNG VVOIVIEN
Unexcellecl Location, Nfoclern Curriculum.
Complete Equlpment, Moderate Rates.
Cracluates from approved l-liglm Sclmools admitted without conditions
CATALOGUE UPON APPLICATION
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"Fats" Robertson fgrandiloquentlylz "I go forth to take a shower."
"Yit" Dickey: "Well, then, I guess l'll have to go fifth."
wk ae ak at
Mrs. Noah: "Noah ought to throw those hyenas overboard. Why they're
the laughing stock of the Ark."
214 fr if se
Shine: "Ah wants to buy a razoh."
Clerk: "Well, we have some fine new safety ones."
Shine: "Say, Ah don't want to shave. Ah want dis razoh foh social
wk wk PF wk
"Pete" Winters: "Did you ever hear the story of the golden fleece?"
Dorcas Copeland: "No, do they bite?"
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It is rumored that Johnny Weisenmiller, the world's champion swimmer,
enjoys himself immensely in the pool room.
wk Ik an 4:
He was a black negro on trial for making liquor.
"What's your name?" asked the judge?
"Are you the Jashua that made the sun shine?"
No, suh, youah Honoh. lse de Joshua dat made de moonshine."
sf ar an wk
Hello, is this the weather bureau? How about a shower this after-
"l don't know. lf you need one take it." ,
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Customer: "How do you tell the imitation pearls from the real ones?"
Clerk: "Madam, you don't tell, you keep it to yourself."
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"I knew him in college. We used to sleep together."
"Oh l see, room mates."
"No, we were in the same classes."
if wk as we
Some Sophomore wrote on his office schedule card: "Parent's names-
Papa and Mamma."
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"Did you hear about the awful fright "Bud" Neal had last night?"
"Well, I saw her at the dance."
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judge: "You are guilty of reckless driving. What do you want, ten
dollars or ten days?"
"Stan" Buckley: "I guess l'll take the money."
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"Marg" Muncaster: "I saw something last night l'll never get over."
june Bowie: "What was it?"
"Marg": "The moon."
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Lives of football men remind us
'Tis for glory that we slug
And departing leave behind us
Handprints on some other's mug.
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Mary Roe fwatching the pole vaultlz "Oh, think how much higher he
could go if he didn't have to carry that big stick."
Curnberland's Music Centre, Inc.
"E1'm'ytl1ing in Music
Sheet Music, Records, Accesso
50-52 NORTH CENTRE STREET
William Porter Robert McMurdo
The National Highway
HOTEL and RESTAURANT
I8 and 20 N. Mechanic St.
Phone 2585 CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND
G. Emory Wilson Company
Tools, Cutlery, Sporting Goods
36 BALTIMORE, STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND
BURTON and SITTER'S
The Place to Buy Menls Clothes
141 BALTIMORE STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND
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Cub: "ls the editor very particular?"
Star: "I'll say! He raves if he finds a period upside down."
HF 4: Pk 4:
"I think these finishing school girls must smoke pipes."
"They're always talking about Sweet Briar."
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Sophomore fpointing to a French word on the menu, : "I'll have some of
Waiter: "Sorry, sir, but the orchestra is playing that now."
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"Does he know many girls?"
"Why the twentieth name on his phone list is Alice Adams."
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Hat Check Girl: "A,ren't you going to give me a tip? Why the cham-
pion tight wad of the town gives me a dime."
Old Gentleman: "He does? Well, gaze upon the new champion."
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Definition of a new Easter tie: A zebra walking through an aurora
borealis down where the vest begins.
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Rookie: "Give me a uniform."
Supply Sergeant: "How'll you have it, too large or too small?"
HF Ik 4: 4:
"The furnace is out."
"Why, it can't be, the cellar door's locked."
You like to deal with a store that's glad to get your
trade. You like to feel that every dollar you spend there is
really appreciated. You like to know they are anxious to have
you delighted with even the smallest purchase.
You like to feel that their rules are Rules of Accommo-
dation instead of rules of Restriction.
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McMullen Brothers Company
The New Young Men's
Roger W. Babson says "There is more wealth in a single
Y. M. C. A. Building than in the biggest factory ever built."
The Wilson Hardware Co.
Complete Line Of
-. SPORTING GOODS
30 NORTH MECHANIC STREET
Graduation Cards and Gifts
The Post Card Shop
25 NORTH CENTRE STREET
Prof. Antonio La Manca
Violinist and Teacher
f F. Mazas Progressive and Special I8 Artist Studies, H. E. Krayer, Hans Sitt, H y
Schraclieck, O. Seveik, R. Kreutzer, Fiorillo, Rode and Caaorte Methods. Graduate f
Vincenzo Paolieelo of Saint Pietro M'aiello School of Naples, Specially Qualified to
mine Violins of any maker, especially of the Old Masters.
I6 LIBERTY TRUST CO. BLDG. PHONE 2967
"I wish to tax your memory," said the assembly speaker. -
"Has it come to that?" wailed
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Son: "About how many people work in your office, dad?"
Father: "Oh, about half."
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"Edee" Christopher: "Oh, Dick, may I wear your red sweater this
Brother: "Sure, but why all the
"E.dee": "Oh, I can't find it."
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New Pupil: "Yes, I took things
easy at the last school I attended."
Wal Blume: "Well, we have lockers around here."
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Pierce: "Why do you always date up over the telephone?"
Cramer: "Oh you know, it has
such a good line."
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Visitor fwatching football practicel: "Look at that mud! How will
ever get clean?"
Manager Hanley: "Well, what
do you think the scrub team's for?"
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Mother Dear: "Do your new shoes hurt?"
Daughter Dear: "No, it's my feet."
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Miss Willison: "What do you call a man who plays the saxophone?"
Johnnie Rice: "I'd rather not tell you."
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Proud Father: "My daughter is
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Dlttoz 'So is mine. How old
P. F.: "Two, and yours?"
Coughenour. 'What's the best
just learning to toddlef'
color for a bride?"
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MacDonald: "Well, I prefer a
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First Irate One: "When I hit a
Second Irate One: "When I hit
man he remembers it, understand?"
a man he doesn't-understand?"
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"Staying up for the Centennial?"
"No, but I'll be up for the next
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Jack Trieber: "May I raise my
Miss Sirbaugh: "What for?"
Jack: "I want to ask a question."
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They named the kid Flannel because he shrank so much from washing.
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"Rod" Ford: "I hit a guy in t
"Ep" Barley: "That so?"
"Rod": "Yep, but he didn't ca
he nose yesterday and you should have
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Stage Struck Maiden ftearfullyjz "Don't you think l'll ever be able to
do anything with my voice?"
Director: "Well, it might come in handy in case of fire."
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The corporal of the guard had come around.
"How come," he said, "l thought I left a colored fellow here?"
"C-c-corporal, sah," replied the sentry, "Ah-Ah-Ah was a colored fel-
low befo' that happen'."
Tony: "Huh, my brother, he brave man, Hy twent' tousand feet and
jump in parachute."
Abie: "Suppose one of these days he jump and the parachute don't
Tony: "Hy, my brother, he come down anyway."
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"Dick" Blaul: "Hey, don't shoot, your gun isn't loaded."
"Shorty" Self: "Can't help it, that bird won't wait."
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"Wha't is so rare as a clay in june?"
Why a beard on the face of the man in the moon?
A safety razor concealed on a coon.
Aluminum spots on a pink babboon.
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Mark Antony: "Where'd you get dat chicken, niggah?"
Julius Caesar: "Nebeh you mind. Tain't youahsf'
Mark Antony: "How you know tain't."
Julie: "Kase it came outah youah coop."
Compliments uy our
Fred. B. Driscoll AT
Sanitary VOGEL S
Special I0 per cent Diacountxfor All the
All Leading Styles and Colors.
All Sizes to Select From.
Your Feet are Sure to Graduate with
L High Honors If You Wear Vogel'a Shoes
Henry Vogel E6
I4 S. JOHNSON ST.
"lt Pays to Look Well"
Member A. M. B. of A.
143 BALTIMORE ST.
The Home of Good Shoes
The Elite Confectionery
Your Patronage is Highly Appreciated
IZI N. CENTRE STREET
PHONE I O95
The Leading journal of
The Cumberland Daily
AN EARLY MORNING PAPER
Associated Press Service by Direct Wire.
Members of Audit Bureau of
Carries the largest amount of fresh read-
ing matter. its circulation embraces Weat-
ern Maryland, Southern Pennsylvania and
West Virginia, and the edition reaches the
Georges Creek and West Virginia mining
districts five hours before the Baltimore
and Pittsburgh dailies.
STAR DYE WORKS
GEORGE SWACH, Prop.
Garment Dyers and Cleaners
NECESSITY STREET PHONE I 3 I 5
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Son: "F'awther, l cawn't eat this soup."
Father: "Waiter, bring the boy some other soup."
Son: "Fawther, l cawn't eat this soup."
Father: "Well, why in the dickens can't you."
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