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DRESS Lwfiouou L :Ag HIICSAYLBI'-IIEI1 gain OI EUmLe,umJ,MaY5rWL M fi! T Z T1-IE THEME NESS is one of the most fascinating subjects in the world, because it is so close to life itself. "What romantic incidents may we not hang upon our clothes-line! The cloak of Samuel Pepys sheltering four ladies from the rain, the great puffed skirts of the XVIII Century French belles keeping their admirers at a respectful distance. Mary, Queen of Scots, ordering false hair in great quantities dur- ing her captivity-all these scenes clinched into reality by the knowledge of the dress proper to them." We have made no attempt to describe the dress of the ages. We have tried, rather, to give the background of life in each period within a series of episodes. "You go to see Fashion? Well, give me your hand." ED I 4 FOREWORD HIS edition of Tl-II'2 Al-Lltll4INX'l sets forth the aspirations and ideals of the Class of 1930. It is our sincere hope that this record may in some way serve as a connecting link between the happy days spent at Allegany and the days to come. If this intended purpose becomes a re- ality, then our work will not have been in vain. -THE linrrok. M0 ,qw 10 I 55 C ' V13 'X.,'l, AL . I s m m . QU , 'M H A Ii. ln ii lg, ' R 5 YN- DEDICATION N 45 ?'s nf , an ? 1 1 M MR. GEORGE F. REITER 6 Z Z DEDICATION Em CII With a deep feeling of gratitude and appreciation, We, the Senior Class respectfully dedicate this, the ninth edition of the ALLIGEWI, to our principal and our friend, MR. GEoRcE F. REITER A , f '- lag. gigugz D 2- " Illlllil. QIMIHIIW1 7 A 'x , x 1' , f x f' N, 1 uf, I - 1, ff! I: U W I Y, L LLIGxEW! l930 -11 Y .Wm xg X we-um,,,,,, br yu xp' ff f ' P Hi '. 'f lx Z' , 'ul P fu hvq Lili: ,J CCDNTENTS 300k 1 - Adminisiiration 3001-Q II - Classes Book III - Afauvifies 30014 IV - Allegany Life 30014 V - Humor - Ads xl n , E X , A Nl fff I 9 f ln MW f m A LLIGEWI l93O "Faslzl0us tlzaf are now called new Have been worn by more than you, Elder times lzazfc uscd tlzv samc, Though ilzvsc new 07103 gvl the uamv." +M1IJDl.1i'l'lJN . 'Vx X I W 'nal ASW 'INT 1 . L, f, fl' -rl E F Y- r 1 5 I l A-, ., - --oi-J.. 10 ,ff effg' -f -'-',,,,-IZ: ,,, -1 f 1 7 it ' 41' 1- Q , 3' P- L-' The City State of Athens NST mtl' fm' awhile the curb-hit you put upmi your inizigiiizitiim, lcl your eyes fmrrget the sumlmre uspliall uf mmlerii streets, :mil yr ears the lllll!ZlfIt'Ill hlzists int mentor liuriis. xhlillliltl' with us awhile tru' uvei' the ecnlrl "XXeslei'11 Ocean" zmrl the sumix' Memlileiizmezm. tn thc .Xiitique Nl'm'lil :incl to the Isles of flreeee where slzmrls the pmuml eili stale of Athens, in which l'e1'ieles rules Il nzitioil of hemes :mil sages, :mil the Ae1'opulis,1iew hewli, raises its pillfmrecl glory tu the hlue sky of Attinl lt is the yezii'-121 ll. C. The ziflwiiumi sun slams ileeply ziernss the gzmleiis of the Temple of Aplirmlile. :mil glezims upmi the enloreml tum nf the .Xtlienizms in the mzirlxet place. B Q Q K I ADMINISTRATION - , , ALLIGEWI l930 The Board of Education X C1l,x141.lcs I.. lim-V, Szfpvrizzlcm1'v1 zf lf! 'XX ff ' IPICRAIAN G. PUQQII XN'l1.l.mN I.. Slwilcnv if PI'4'SidC1lf I'vitk'-f,7'r'.YilfL'ILl' - IDR. -I. M,x1:sllA1.1. l'Rlclc flssvriaic Elia: 993 S fl' lx! Z 'QT 'xl 3 .. .,1 - - '-vi-J... 12 LLIGEWI --- '9k'3,f The Faculty GEORGE IT. REITER, IIII. II., Sv I'RlNClI'AI, liurkrzcll Urrizmrxity I firmlznztv Work, Huukglrll LJ'HI'1'f'I'.I Penn Stntv Collage MRS. FLORENCE G. VVARFIELIJ, A. I4 vIcI2-PRINCIPAI. ANI: IfIII:NcII Coufhcr Collvyv I liradzmir' Work. I-Iaryzzrd ,LIlI!ZlCl'.YIfj fI0l1lHIbII'l LIllI7f'f'7'5IIj' ARTHUIQ VVILLIS 'I'gYI.oIz, I 11 .'SlS'l'AN ' I'IiIN I. QiyNI'.'X'l'HMIfIA'l'lCS f N nl ' I' na tatv Collvge X . if d ork, Columbia lJYl1I'Z'F1'5IfxV 'I ' V'ilIi1Im and ,7I'l'11r3' Cullrgv L! I'ICARL ALIIERTA EAIJER, A, II., A. M. ENGLISH PVc.vtcrn fulllfvlllfld Collryv lirudmxtv Work, TC'!l.ClIL'l'.?' Cullvgz' Iumbm Lv1'lI'l'Fl'A'1f'V QL I VY . INI.LVwyiQIi ci W Awlfmwf, IQ. IQ Q Aj, Iomilxrr Liallrgly- V b f :QV l4orm'Il U93ZJL'1'.fl'ij' I A firmlunlr' lV0rl:, Cornell LIlll'1'!'7'.S'If.V ELIZABETH MCKENNA, A. Ii., A. NI. ENGLISH - Mt. St. f0.fz'f1h'.I Gffldllflfl' MfYUl'k,-UIl1UF75Ifj"0f Pmrnxylwmiu Johns I1opkm.v, Columbus U1zi11rrx1ty OLIVE P. SIMPSON, A. B., A. M. HISTORY II'r'.vtcv'11 1II41ry1u'I1d Cpllrgf' Columhm l.Im'z'crsIty HILIJA SIRBAUGH, A. I2. HISTORY Courlzrr Collryz' Grurrinafz' IV01'k, fv0V1ll'lI L'11I':'r1'.v1'fy MARY LEONARD RICE, A. II. HISTORY IVr'.vfm'n QIlll1'j'1!'lH!i Collcyr' C ulnnllwin l,'11iz.'I'I'sify 13 Vw I I MW 'x bvf' I. jffw A 'H- WWI' LLIG-EW fl-'if l"'I930 HAROLD C. VVICKARD, B. S., A. M. PHYSICS lf'nxlliny1011 l'0llf'yv, Inlmx Hnfvkius Uni1'vr.vity of Mnryluml C'ul1rmbiu LY1lf'L't'f.S'ffj' LILLIAN M. KIFER, A. U. CHIQMISTRY Gom'hcrA C'l1lLz'gr Ifrnrluzllz' WQ1'k, Ullllwvsltjv Of. lWaryla11d l,7Hl'Z't"l'.YI'fj' of Viryinm FREUA V. BARNCORIJ, B. S. BIOLOVY fx.. 247 "f- FOY A. CURRY, A. 13. Al.f:1cImA ANU TRACK COACH Gcfzvva Collpyr fiflldilrllfl' W01'k,AU1livrr:r1ty qf Pittsbyrglt, Columlnn Ulll1'P1'5lfj', Unrzufrszty of Vxryzmn HENRY LINVVOOIJ REMISERT, A. B. GEO M ISTRY l U1zi'w'1'x1'ty Qf Squth Carolina 4 A Cradxmtr' IfV0rk, ljv?llQ'l'1'.Ylfj1 of 5011111 fnrolznu Columbia U?ll1lFVSIfj' ANNA M. T. VVEBSTER, A. B., A. N. LATIN ' Rlmfmlev,Cflllvgp, Col1m1bju U111'-zrm'xil,v Ulll'lfL'7'.YIfj' of c'F1lIf0l'HflI L11zi1fer'.v1't3f of Vi1'g1'Hia f1lllf"I'I'A'Illl Arndvmy of Romf, Italy MARY M, DRUM, A. B. FRENCH , Uv11f'Z'!'l'A'f1j' of Pfthrlmrylz - I eA,L' ' , 1 'J'1I6VVllI Q N,A.1z. .Q I C RC 'I . X fi MUSIC 3 Qc' Q VCOVY1 Il Igfzfrrxity C rizmtz War , on I1 UI!!-1'FT.Vff,X' C0111 L7llIv7'!'Y lty, N.g13'g01'kJJ1z1"wrsiy 'rx f f . RY ISABEI. M?RF2LY, A. U. ? X! " 11BRA1:I N 'X if . Mt. SI. Ayncx Lallfyf' C-llfillllllfll Un1'1rrr.v1'M' 14 K ,Lfvk i LLIGEWI - l930 IRENE W. LAPI' C0 M MERCIAL I-'rostbury State Normal Suhool Graduate' Work, Columbia Uni-ozmrity BEATRICE D. BOLEY, A. B. COMMERCIAL Univerxity of Pittqburylr Ohio VVc.rlc'yau Umz'cr.v1ty JAMES E. SOLT COM MERCIAL George Washington U71lUFT.Tllj' GLENN H. VAN UORP INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Colorado School of Mlm-s Graduate Work, Ulziwrxity of Trumxvsaz' EDNA I-I. GIBBONS, H. H. , HOME ECONOMICS Maryland State Normal Srlxool Uui'ver.rity of Maryland Graduate lVork, Columbia Uni1'frx1't3' ANNE ALLRED, B. S. HOME ECONOMICS Hood Collqgv, Uni-zzcrxity of Maryland Ua1-vcrsrly of Tz'nuc.rsm' VVALTER I.. BOVVERS, A. B. PHYSICAL EDUCATION, DIRECTOR OF ATI-ILICTICS Urliw-rxity of Maryland KATE M. GRINIM PHYSICAL ICIJUCATION Z- .S'ary1'11! Srlzool, Columbia L'11i1'r1'siW V I . 9 A F" A ,fx JV! V n 4 ,ff jf ELI? i6'l'1f U' ,H N19 A or X!! ,IMI JJ M X lf fl Cl? -J J J 1 ,VJ 'l if X VF .f ' x , If .1 b ,J iff' J 'JN J", ' A ni I ,W ALLIG-EWI ' - 1930 HE ALLIGEWI offers more than a rec- ord of the past year 925 995 more than a mere statement of successive events. Throughout its pages it attempts to link with those events the spirit and atmosphere that made them so wonderful 39 95 It is the Spirit of Allegany, moulded from the three classes that this volume at- tempts to portray 995 95 995 From whatever viewpoint we look at Allegany we find in the foreground the one outstanding fact 925 995 995 that the institution lives only through its students. They are the life blood of the institution, renewed from year to year, carrying on its spirit, tradition, and form, and determining its character. lt is, therefore, with a special sense of appropriateness that we set aside this portion of TIll'I Al,LIGIiXN'I to the classes of Allegany High. 9? 995 fx, 1, l l A l 3 'iii Q fr 4 wg i r Z-ll - L, I '. 1 v J.. lfi . A Roman Slave Market 1 IS 1:11c :111c1'11111111 111 11111 year 1118 11. C. 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It is with a deep sense of appreciation that I accept the honor which the Class of 1930 has bestowed upon me, by dedicating to me THE ALLIGEXN'I. As my college year-book has been a source of inspiration to me, enabling me to reunite, in memory, a class which has be- come scattered afar, so will this ALLIG1-zwl, in after years, become a priceless possession of yours. The Class of 1930, with so many and so varied talents, is the largest class in the his- tory of A. H. S. I bid you God speed, and shall watch the progress of every member, and hope that each one of you will endeavor to practice, in life, the lessons learned and the spirit developed in Allegany High. -G. F. REITER. 1 Z 18 lwl -I ll lm' lllll kill will ll l lllml il ul l l l r- rf,-"-"' 1.7- 1-Gift.: ,. -f--Q -.--:Q 3 .-" i 3-:,-1 ' The Trial of Strength W'll.lGHT hovers der the besieged city of Acre. Tints of red and blue bathe the turrets of the Mosque and color the crescent ling of lslzim that tlutters upon the gzite-tower. Outside these guarded wzills, in the strunglmld of the Crusaders, Slllillllll, the candidate lm' ltiiightlmocl, has spent the day in prayer. Now, that it is evening, the day is culminated by the final and most sacred test of strength. His failure will mean disgrace-if he succeeds he will gain both honor and praise. The Crusaders draw near and stand mwtionless as the candidate brings his sword down upon the sturdy war club. The suspense heightens as the results are uncertain, but when Salzidin withdraws his sword, Il cry ul victory lills the zlir. The young' wzirrim' has won. SE IORS ALLIGEWI l930 L11.L1AN M. IQIFICR Famllg' A11-r'i.wr A. X lvl, Xxx' 1' X 4 is I jf, i .. -. , v-ut-J.. 20 A LLIGEW I l930 Senior' Class History OMETHlNG LOST, something gainedl That is the thought of every senior, when he bids goodbye to dear old Allegany on Commencement Day. He dons his suit of armor that Allegany has given him and rides forth on life's broad highway with its many paths and byways of success and failure to reach his goal. He remembers his Sophomore year, filled with timidity of the large and spacious building and his upper classmatesg his junior year, full of school activi- tiesg and lastly, his Senior year, supreme with superiority and scholastic and social events. Excitement and Importance? Yes! Together with his friends, he has attained his goal through his work of four years. Their paths diverge. He has nothing now but fond memories of Alle- gany. So he turns with a smile and a tear and says, "I-Tarewelll Farewell!" if A x l A' x i l N liiffe 5636 lb! sfl fi Z li? I r' : 4 1' l l , hr. LLL I.. WJ 21 l,"P7'bP ELIZA ETH AARON "LIlSl3Y" "A .still tongue-a wise IirruI.' Sophomore Dramatic Club C255 Choral Club 125 .5 455 Camera Club C355 Girls' League C355 Library LI C455 "The Nautical Knot." "Libby," an ambitious and petite young dam- sel, has been with us for all our high school days. In that time, her bright smile has won for her a host of friends. On meeting this little brown-eyed Senior, one immediately grasps the full meaning of "Still waters run deep." GEORGE ABBOTT "VVIl.LIE" "Quint and .rubduvd-until you know him." Manual Training Club C259 Chemistry Club C355 Boys' Cookery Club C45. Of course, you know George. He and his motorcycle have long ago been acclaimed the champion "dust-sWirlers" of Allegany. lf you don't believe that, just watch him hit the road astride his "gasoline bike." But in spite of his dare-deviltry on the mo- torcycle, George also has his pensive moments. That is why we are assured of his success in all his undertakings when his school life is ended. MARIAN AIJAMS "MARIAN" "Hur -ifvry p1'v.vvm'c breathes fJt'tlt'L' mul mlm t'untrnt." Girls' League C25 3, 455 Library Club 12, 355 Travel Club 13, 455 Newspaper Club C455 Alcohi Mirror Staff 145. Marian is a girl with a quiet manner, pos- sessing that rare ability of knowing just what to properly do next. She is one of our com- mercial students, and from what We have heard, we assume she was a very competent secretary for Miss Eader. Her presence at all basketball games and outside activities proves Marian to be one of Allegany's true boosters. 22 ,,f,z:L-,f,at,,..,,.0 LLIGEW JOHN ARMSTRONG "ARMY" "At pears with the world." Physical Education Cluh CZ, 3, 435 Track CZ, 35. John is such a quiet boy that we don't know much about him. He is one of tholse nice, modest chaps, who is not afraid of work, but does not crave intimate association with it. Even though he does not take part in many of the extra-curricular activities, we are sure he is very much interested in them. Good luck, Johnnie, and plenty of it. HENRY W. BACH MAN "DUTCH" "I like you best because you're square, And when I need a frzend you're there." Glee Club C3, 435 Track 12, 335 Soccer CSJ. Ah! Here we have one of the most engag- ing of our class-"Dutch," with his wit and ready smile! Besides being the driver of a handsome Buick, a shcik with the north-end girls, and an athlete, "Dutch" has also a de- lightful voice, and figures prominently in the Glec Club. VVith all these charms, do you wonder that hc is so popular? KATHLEEN BAER "KITTY" "A true and loyal friend." Home Beautiful Club CZ, 353 Latin Club CZ, 315 igtgident Council C315 Girls' Manual Training Club 4 . Kathleen has a host of friends, and is re- garded by all her classmates as a conscienti- ous student. When once she undertakes a task, it is quickly completed, and with the ut- most precision. VVe are sure Kathleen will make a success of life for no other reason than that persever- ance pays big dividends. l ' ' ' I 9 3 6647? - 1-AJ 6.1.4 YLLA., '7fIlL....J yr' I l930 ALLIG-EW ' ' ' Q MABEL BAGNET "JUST MAHEIX' "Ginny black hair and big lM'U'ZE'll r',vz'.r, T1mf's 'zcvlwrz' Mnbclfv '1C'lft'1ll'l'j' lim." Girls' Athletic Club C255 Girls' League C2, 4Jg Li- brary Club C313 Travel Club C353 Camera Club C419 "Mary." A winning smile, a charming manner, and a splendid modern vocabulary-that's our Mabel. You cannot find a better natured friend or a more cheerful classmate than she. She is a loyal booster of old Alco, and a confirmed basketball fan. Aside from all this, Mabel is a popular young lady with the opposite sex. We don't know just what she intends to do after grad- uation, but we assume it to be connected with "a rose-covered cottage." RAYMOND BECK URAYU "Sniffer pay big di'11idrnd.v." Boys' Physical Education-Cluh C2, 33: lloys' Cook- ery Club C455 Track Cl, 43: Soccer C4J. Mr. Beck is one of our bright and shining lightsg his special interest being Commercial work. The constant and thorough application to his studies will bring him a reward some day. Well, Ray, wc're with you, and that's something. EIJRIESS BENNETT "ESQU1MAU" "Carcfrvz', alwrzys lmfflv, and a true friend." Home Beautiful Club C215 Gregg Artists' Club C3, 455 ALLIGEWI Staff C4J. Edriess is one of those petite and demurc lassies-the kind one seldom finds these days. Her beaming smile and charming personality have won for her a host of friends during her school days at Allegany. When Edriess walks through the halls, you must stop and look, bc- eause her head is covered with the locks which gentlemen prefer. '30 wishes you the best of luck, Edriessl 24 L-LIGEW lNll.l,lAM BENNETT "BILL" "A jirinfv among men." History Club C235 Chemistry Club C335 llirtl Club C335 Camera Club C435 Soccer C235 Track CZ, 3, 43. In describing "Bill," most of the members of '30 would say that he is a shy, although cheerful fellow. Learn to know the boy and you will soon abandon the "shy" conception. "Bill" is always ready to make friends and has a way about him that makes those friends become true-blue friends. To Bennett-track star supreme-we're sending best wishes! EUGEN li BITTN ER "DICK" "Better lain' than nc-vcr." Basketball CZ, 3, 435 Soccer C2, 435 Football C335 Baseball Q3, 43. Here's "Dick," one of our athletes. For some time, Eugene has been tramping through the corridors of Allegany High. Accordingly, '30 feels proud to have him graduate with us. "Dick" is the boy who makes us forget all our troubles. Along with all his merriments there is a certain serious side to"'Dick." Per: haps that explains why he qilays the game so fairly. fe" QF' i .1 , Lll.l.lAN BQUCHTON ' t ' HLILH I "HN 'votre is ever 106 and sweet," I Girls' League'nt2, 37: Latinx'Clnb Q2, 33: Choral Club 12, 435 Girls' Malual Training' Club C435 "The Nautical knot." Small in stature, but o , so powerful in per- sonality., VVe are confi nt that there never will be anyone like "'Little Lil." The gods were ikintl to this child and endowed Pier with multiple gifts. , fi Allegany'is looking for great things from you. ' I I ' ' ' I 9 3 0 A L L I G E W I ' ' ' I 9 3 0 , I lyfl' . ' FELIX B ADY l . L y 0 th zffcofullfwlfh' .ll f Ch cien Cl C 1 I 3 1iu Chg: ' e I 5' ' 3 X. ' . Clu q e 41: Studen cit e' C AL r.f'. 445. , 1 1 C This is Station A. H. S. broadcasti g To - ceiving set W. O. R. L. D. If o fu . know a real friend, meet Felix. rm- ly established himself in the hea - of his classmates and fellow students as a likeable and dependable fellow. As Assistant Business Manager of the ALLI- HICWI, he has proven his ability along business lines. VVILLIAMSON BRICKER f-Bus" "Pcr.vcvernncc pays." Orchestra CZ, 355 Chemistry Club CIO. Equally at ease under all circumstances, "Bus" takes a nonchalant view of life. Be- cause of a cordial manner, his friends are legion, and in spite of his social propensities, his scholastic standing is average. "Bus" is quite a master of the violin. The confidence "Bus" inspires and his friendly disposition insure for him success in life. KATHLEEN BRYAN HKATE' "The only one of hm' kind lzrrrf' Gregg Artists Club C335 A. D. K. C454 '29 Christ- mas Program. Kate's personality scintillates, and everyone 4 around her is subjected, either consciously or unconsciously. If she likes you, she has the most devastating charm, if she doesn't, you ..x i". are a worm of the earth. She has a passion f X ' for life, and for each circumstance she has a X i . new philosophy to justify it. Today she talks X i of cabbages, tomorrow it is of kings, and yet , Q she is the most complete of individuals and 1 , the most complex. lk , i I I , K . I i 5"-:Q W' 1 glxullf T -ninl V"": - l 'ibiill is .1-I .ix 2: 9 ,Q 3 .. i., ' -- . of J.. 26 E VV A1 'lhlx BL lxlNl lx ETP 'XNALI lub Hc"u,lvlmt iUlUHl!'!17l ulzcn wc mt man I fair and square on a friendly plan buen lub C23 lloys Physncal Educatron Club 23 Cl Club 123 Cregg Artnsts Club C3 43 Hrs tory Cl 1b C3 4 53 Presldent of History Club C53 Cam Club C5 Boys Cookery Club 153 Track fl ba C4 S3 Football 153 S ccer Cl 2 3 4 53 a a1n Soccer 153 Here wejaave our easy gomg gemal Walt who! IS nown and admlred by every Alle x,,,gan1an , e plays a wonderful game of soccer nd m t successfully led the team m hls Seuuqr year HARlxY BYBR Rll' The pndc of those uho know lux uork Boys Plxysxcal Educ:-mon Club C2 33 Hustory League C43 VlCEPTeSldCl1t Forensle Club C43 Presx dent Senior Class C43 Basketball C2 3 43 l resldent of the Qemor Class' Need we say more? Vlewe always had an ldea that DTCSI dents were the cream of the crop and be cause of Harry, we know the supposmon IS correct A COIlSClf.IltlOllS lid VV1th 1 sparkle of amlu tum m hrs eyes now leader of students lxter leader of men hl hZXNOIx QAl'Ph,l JUST ELLANOR One of true amb1tmn.r and hrgh mms rs league C2 3 Choral Club Q2 3 4 'en and Pencil Club C2 3 43 Presldent Pen and Pencxl Club C43 Secretary ,Tumor Class Secretary QEHIOI Class A110111 Mwror Qtaff 143 ALLIKFWI Staff C43 'lo the casual observer Eleanor IS a dlgm fled reserved COI'lSClCI'ltl0ll9 malden but to those who know her best she lS a jolly good sport and one of our best artxsts She IS J. mixture of fI'lCI1d11l'lCSS determmatlon vlgor fun and a wee spxce of mdlfference HA 1-vu gl MA, J I I X Y ' Q xx X 1 qt, , 1 ' - ' I 9 3 o i f '. .I - 3 ld 4 Q '4 N X X V, v I I az XX' I .J l f :X Q :C I C. 'C l , : lr In " 43- .ll .ig 4 ', .z 0 S, , ,l l l Deux , . ' .'v I '. 1 ll he . Ula, ' ' Y '3 Club 1332 Irli-Y.f3, 435 Secretary 'Boys' Coioneratiye y .. ,YY L ' :li H '- H ll ' .- .- -J.A , t .Q 'c:i1J,f ,sgl U ,,.p,x. 3 Z .I. ' f Xl I .4 . . y . . y . , , X 3 , . . . - a ' l ll 4 T l l ie l l f 5-ggi. In-.X 'fs a ll 'E' ll' , l X 4 r K4 -1-' '-1. J., 27 A LLIGEW l I930 JOSILPHINI1, L fXRlJlLlx Hm nm were of zz dupvr hm Than sleeping zzolrtx .rtccpcd m dlu tlrls Physlcal Educatxon Club Q23 Pen and lknul C IJ C3 41 Debatmy., Club C35 A D lx C47 u dent Councxl C47 The Nlautrcal Knot For such a petlte damsel Jo has an un bellevalmle amount of charm Qhe 1S the for tunate possessor of deep blue eyes and curly brown halr Her manner I9 sllghtly wlstful and reserved and we sometxmes wonder what VISIOHS lmgcr m her eyes to make them so dreamy Throughout htr four yexrs hare o has been a true Allegany booster XIXTHUR CLXRSCAIJL N RED Hu nut In x but llc donut like I0 znork Chemxstry Club CSJ Bxrd Club C-U 'lhe COfI1llllld.l1l0ll of hrs brlght halr and ra flliflllt smile makes Red the sunny boy of Allegany He IS a firm advocate of the creed laugh and the world laughs wrth you and subsequently refuses to take lxfe too serlously Snappmg mlsehlef Ill hrs eyes and snappy Wlt on hrs tongue are two reasons why Rec enjoys such popularlty IXILH Xlxll LHIxlS'lOl'Hl I ll rth adnut me 0 thx uzw Sophomore Dramattc Club C23 Klee Club C2 e er Trac Mwry The Nautical knot Wally VVhcuevcr there IS need for enthusiasm on the athletlc held lhek leads the cheers Vlhenever the school needs a go getttr nn thc realm of amusement Drck leads the fun makers H1s m'11n object has been to enjoy school llfe Whllc lt IQ hart for lt will soon be gone former . il, hl JA "2 LW Uhr ' ' ' " ' I ., 4 , HJOU 1. 5. It ,, 4. V up Ill B , 5 . ' ' 7' I 3 .' . '. 3 St - - , .. A , .yr ' , n u , , - . , . , x iz k i xy n-I wr I U, H ,Y ll I . ' ' j L' I i " ' . , 8, 5 Ln ln x ' g 1 u m ' ' ,' 1 1 , , - x "DICK" .U ,i I V f V, .., ' ' ' 3 3 , 45: Q. D. ,lin C3, 43: So c 7 f3:, IQ: U k 12, 3, 439 'V'!,'x.A'l f I H V l H ' I . i ff,-X ,. I X KZ . H 5 , t . K X I . x . -L 1' N . . K N. 1 l l ' I 4 4 l l l e . lx. .N , lk sl 1 31 f' Iig l ,I - l 28 O ALLIGEW AMl'l lA ANN CIAI S PUSSYI OOF Arun lenru llrr lm! to Iozr lim Home leautxfnl Club C21 l atm Club C21 Delntnnp., Club C31 Curls league C3 41 Newspaper Club C3 41 l'orens1c Club C41 Choral Club C41 AICOIHM11' for Staff C3 41 Here IS our cholcest offerlngl lf you ad mlre mtellect youth happiness smeerlty good humor or musxcal ab1l1ty then 1n lhlb httle 'ienxor vou have them all No one ever complamed that Ameha Ann licked school spxrxt for at exerv game we found her on the sule lxncs ehtermg oul telm to XICl0I'V I DCILI F COOl FY COOLFY Lzfcfs fl jest and all thmys .vlmu f I thought so Umm' and now I know zt Scxence Club C21 Home Beautlful Club C31 Crrgg, Xrtmsts Club C3 41 C1r1s Manual Trannng, Club C41 Were you ner walklng through the corrldor was Cooley A frown 19 nexer upon her brow she IS always elrefree and Joyful She IQ the b me of our ln es but Iucllle we like von for lt We know not wh xt career you max choose, but we know you will sueeurl JOHN col L JOHNNIIE A morn heart yor: all thc dill Orchestra C2 31 Band C31 Clee Club C3 1 frank C21 The 'Nlautxcal Knot Sally ohnrue the kmd of a person whom uervone lxkes to meet His happy smlle and Lttractxve personalxty have won for hmm .1 score of true frlends He has attamed great bughts m the field of music h1s notes ale perfaet so say tht gnls No greater tI'1l1UtC cm we ply hlm th an to sly he IS '1 DIIHCC of x lmllow l-'-l93O J rv-vw iv' lg I, 3 ' f ' 1 .' ' ' 5 ' 1 ' f To I ' ' . ' . . l 1 I. l . ' . , ' Y 1 2 . . , V .1 ,, R A 1 ,. - , . . Yi, 1 I 'L , il 2' .1 .' ' 1 l I . K ., In and heard a very original laugh? VVell-it . 1, H - , . 1 ' , 3 , , , 1 ' 7 v 1 . , Q. . , 1 I V : I ' , 4 : ' u-I ' ui ' C C!-xxx fx , I ' ' , ' I I v fl l 1 . . W h X' ' U, ' 4 ' u 11 l I 3 1 1 ' 1 .1 . 1 " 1 if-he l ' l glwl! -nah p g 4 r L5 ', l A- L-..J 1 I I 29 A1.1.IG.Ew1 --- l930 IJOROTHY COZAIJ , MDOT" K "C,'olz1rn lmir mul eyes of lfluv, fl K' She always has n smile for you." ' Library Club C215 Camera Club C315 Gregg Artists s Club 443. Plenty of good humor plus loads of person- 4 ality equals "Dot" Oh, what an equation! But one that is true. "Dot" radiates happiness wherever she goes, consequently, she has a host of admirers in and out of Allegany. VVe have not heard what "Dot" expects to .V do after graduation, but we know she will be a success. Good luck, "Dot" . .51 1 1 'E JOHN CUPLRR if C. "SCOTTY" 7 ,K L "Honor, high honor, and renown." 7' V., Glee Club C2, 41, Debating Club C315 Octette CZ, L gf 1, 41, ALLlc1zwi Staff C41. . ., ' A ' A John is an excellent example of the young man who can successfully combine recreation , 3 and work--without resting or working too -ff hard. He has never been known to Worry, nor has anyone ever seen him in a hurry. - 6 Knowing such, dear audience, you don't need to have a tabulation of virtues set before you -because you now know Cupler. Romani' IJANNICR 1 "TAXI" . "His plans were those of mirth and n11'.rrhit'f." A Boys' Physical Education Club CZ, 315 Treasurer, , Bird Club C415 Vice-President of Boys' Co-operative League C413 Football C2, 3, 41. All those to whom "Taxi" is known are aware that his ambitions have not only cen- ,f-'-.X V tered on classroom work, but upon the athletic A K held as well, and because of his so-called "in- X ' . testmal fortitude" and push, won a place on 3 ' the football squad from his Sophomore year. lx ', He is not only an average student and :i 1 1 superior "gridster," but has taken an active i part in school life. l i lf' .CQ 1 lxillg l Q53 rv-.7 l 'usin- Q 4' A' lx , E ill .lg .4 1 'i we "I , rp ' i A L-- ' 15 . 30 ALLIGEWI - ' - l93O l EDGAR DAWSON, Ju. l "All yrrnt mm nrc dying, and I d0u'f ffzrl very 'well myself." History Club 12, SJ, Newspaper Club 1353 Chem- istry Club 13, 415 Boys' Cookery Club 1455 Band 13, 41: Track 1233 Alcolu' Mirror Staff 133. No one is more amusing than this tall chap with his "blown-up" paper bag and his packlof wisecracks. "Ed" has the knack of teasing and insists upon having at least an explosion a day in the Chemistry lab. The least of "Ed's" worries, if any, is lessons, for he ZlI1d.l'l1S "buddy," Gearhart, can manage any situatmn. ELEANOR UAVVSON "JUST ELEANORH "All that'.r sweet, all that'.r true, Always giggling, 1zc1,'cr blur." Orchestra 12, 3, 45. Eleanor is another of Allegany's attractive brunettes. Her sm1le and personality-or per- haps her mischievous giggle-have Won for her many friends. At first meeting, you would think her very quietg but don't believe itl She is as full of fun as anybody. Heros to you, Eleanor, may you be as successful in life as you have been in old Alco ' lv l'1j!yfl"J! ' . 1 jd . ff .J ,ju J' v ,EN'lXjJ,El.A EJIAN 1 ' , ,J -jk-'!"lJELL 3' ,N R k1l'l'IV0?Q9fIzi1v1.vtjv an bz'.lz6nralle1." plflf re Dra a Club ', Boy ' P s' al Ed- Q 1 tion 1 12, , Camer lub 146: P dent of .ophyior Class: Vice-Pr.1dent o 'uni Class: Sty: 12,'3, 41 Track 3, 41. ' I fx ,,fN 'JVIT riefrtbu IJCCLll.i3'l'skl'Ki is like"'he is, ,I -, - beca e he clesir to b t way. If you f X, t im intima y you c understand him, ,f 'Q Y ,ew .u'nderst'and him, he is interesting, f I 4 interest- you, it is because he likes you, r gladly reveals his true nature. r - 1 -EH. rl 6.5 lil! fllih 1 .- I -.X 55 ll' la 2 iss- as ' L -.N 1' -.-.:-.n..- 31 AL SE." S .1 LIGEW l-'-l930 llA7Fl DFNNY DILNNII HM 11f1 lmr mam It hops and 111111 IM1t11.1 1110111111 and l1ftlL can Sophomore ljflilllfll, Club CC21 Home -ltllltlflll Club C21 Crrls Leagtle C21 Travel Club C31 Ll1or1l Club C3 41 flflb M mual Trfunmg, Club C41 The NHl1ilC3l Knot Denme 15 lrke .1 ray of sunshme, once she enters your lrfe there s no more gloom Qhe s the type of glfl whose frlendshlp you Want to keep forever because she 1s smcere depend able and opt1m1st1e Wlth her frlendly per sonahty she can adapt herself to any occaslon md no matter what happens she keeps "the sunny s1de up Contmue so DCl1I1lC fo wc wlsh there were more 11kt you HOVVARD DlClxh Y DICRIE True as the nvrdle to thc 15011: O1 as tht' dml to the 31111 T lhrary Club C21 Chem1stry Club C3 41 Howard has used h1s Cd.I1tlVd.l.1llg Wlys to '1 gxeat extent whlle 111 Allegany and thus has won a host of '1ClITllI'lHg fl'lCllClS ls It '1 y wonder 1ll3.SITlLlCl'l as It 1s almost an ITITDOQQI l1ll1ly to hnd h1m gloomy? VVhen l11ek1e and h1sl1ttlt blue Chevlc lone Allegany they wlll be m1ssed RU l H DIFHI STENOF T113 modrurm .r ll rmzdlt to thx mcrzt Crrls Physleal Edueatron Club C21 Home Beautl ful Club C31 fregg Artxsts Club C31 Presrdent of iregg Artrsts Club C41 Altohz Illwror Qtaff 41 ALLILEWI Staff C41 Found An engaglng smxle an lI'lCDlCSSll1lC O1JtlI'l'l1Sfl'l an exhaustless energy '1 dyu'1m1c xltallty, a brllllant mentahty a gentle sym pathy an UIlSWCTXlllg loyalty all mnud Ill generous quantltles added to a f'lQClll'1flllg personallty '1ndl'1belled Ruth l u 41 11194 it I A i l 11 1 ,1 4--. " ' ' ' , ,r ' ' 1 1 's ' - - 71- A . . . , , 1 . . ' I .. , Y ' . . ' H ' , 1 ' I ' 1 ' Q - H H . ,, , . ' . ' i - 1 1 Y ' ' Y - 1 ' " , . 2 1 ' , . . , - 11 - n ' vv , , . . . , , 1 1. f 1, 11 , ' 1. . , 3 , : , . 1 , - ' ' I . 1 - 1 s . x ' x 1 1 . 111 , . . . 1 . , . ' H ' ' Il ' ' ,A H ' lv! 1 H ' 1 D, ' . , . 11 - In ff , 1. , , , -.U . , . . V . 1 , . - 1 1 9 ' f ' - C 4 , . , I , If . s . , , .. , . . , , . . . , I L - 1 f . V - . 1 ' . '. ' 1 . 1 . ., ' 1. 1 1 ' H U , . , . 1 . VS. I .. 'V -.ve ,1 . 1 ' o - . , - X , I . I Z I N .. l i 1 'I 9 ' I .1 --o:-J.. --.-.-.4 '2 .5 LLIGEW LEROY DIXON CHUI PX lm! 111011 I Off' mx lips lrt no don lmfkl C ennstry Club C3 rc ll lrlc 3 41 As 'Xloses was to law as Stelnmetz was to electrlclty as Lmdbergh IS to the axr so Chubby IS to SC1CUllflC experlments T prove lt just follow ham any tlmc and upon close mspectlon you w1ll be sure to incl some plece of sc1ent1f1c apparatus protrudlng from one of h1s pockets VVe know that Leroy wall soon reach thc top of hfes ladder and none deserves lt more th'1n he l -Xl l IJOUTY PLUF Amer bafkunrd ls 11011411 foruard Arnsts Club C41 Truck C21 Football C3 41 llug should go far because of hrs qu1ct and unassumlng manner provlded soma dark eyed brunette doesnt SlClCfl'dCk h1m They seem to be hxs weakness lf he can take care of them as sklllfully as he has played football we prophesy a speedy vxctory Here S to you old lmoy through the ye lrs to come IIJWIANA DURR Vem Vcdz Vw: frrls League C3 41 latin Club f31 Hlstory Cluh C41 'Nlewspaper Club C41 A110111 llflffflt' Staff C41 ALLIIEXXI btaff C41 lhxs fan' damsel IS the persomflcatlon of perscverence firmness and smcerlty Her record as a student and her determma tron to succeed pred1ct for her .1 future whtch We must say ns well deserved From va.r1ous mdxcattons, we 111Cllll6 Edwena rn 1 ll lc lrungilovs for two n I , ,H .lf T, V X by 4 I Q , -,. Ch ', ' ., 415 Ili l Chl C31g "1 lc 2 . - , Y .' I Q . l a . l H .Y l 0 , , . , 1 . X , . . 1 l .. U 1 ll Y V V l l A t V ll, llnys' Physical Education Club 12, 3, 415 Gregg ll J n - - x I f 1 B' - - u u l , ,A I, . I I ! 1 ' 4. , , , HEDH E y Y . . I . . . . .I . H1 .tt , H 1 . I l93 A A f' XX. Iwi! P771 I - .- S tl. P V i 15,5 ' LLIGEW I ' ' ' I 9 3 O EDVVARD EATON UEDU "A mm: v l'I'fl1'lI .vllmfld rxrreed his ffrnsf-." Soccer C215 Manual Training Club C253 Science. Club C251 Orchestra C253 llird Club C333 Camera Club C355 Band C3, 45. The most desirable, and perhaps one of the rarest types of young men, is the one who pursues his part unpretcntiously, The pres- ence of our friend, whose countenance lends lustre to this page, has not only repulsed de- spondency, but has been resultant in teaching us to play more happily the game of life. BETTY EFFLANU "BETTY" "Al'wayx lmppy, alwayx gay." Choral Club C2, 3, 43: Home lleautiful Club C2, 31: Girls' League C339 Girls' Manual Training Club CM: "The Nautical Knot." lf you are looking for a real pal in every Way, Betty is the girl. She has taken an active part in many of the extra-curricular organiza- tions and at the same time has maintained a high scholastic standing. VVC don't know whether Betty is in love or not. Her three years' sojourn here has neither revealed to us that she is a "man-hater" or "somebody's darling." Best wishes, Betty. MA RTHA LEE EICHELIEERGER "IKE" "Active natures are rarely mr1am'h0Iy." Sophomore Dramatic Club C235 Camera Club C333 Gregg Artists Club C4J. Martha Lee, or "Ike," as Alleganians know her, is a good student, a good sport, a good pal. In short, she is a girl in a million. "Ike" has made a place for herself at Alco, and we'll miss her, but knowing how glad she will be to finish, we rejoice with her and extend wishes for success. 34 N i i A il K ' Iii ll Q W hr. .L. .. 4 i.i.Ioiaw1 i930 ROBERT El CH ELBERGER "IKE" "Hr docs his stuff, Ana' tlmf's rnouglif' Science Club C235 Debating Club C335 Treasurer, Forensic Club 1,435 Football C2, 3, 43. This curly headed football player, who hails from that wonderful metropolis of Ridgely, has spent three years in Allegany High. Dur- ing these three years, "Ike" has been a mem- ber of our "Men of Iron." Who does not ad- mire this grcat football player who has blocked innumerable opponents' punts? "Ike" is one of our best liked classmates, and a host of friends will regret his departure. JAHES FATKI N "JIMMlE" "A man of t'lii'i'rful yes1z'1'duy.r limi t'UI1f?tI'!'Hf mmorrouisf' Sophomore Dramatic Club C2375 Library Club C231 Glee Club C2, 3, 435 President Glee Club C435 Hi-Y C2, 335 Public Speaking Club C332 A. ll. K. C3, 431 Debating Team C335 Declamatiou' C435 Council Boys' Co-operative League C335 Alcoln Mirror Staff C335 President Junior Class C335 Editor ot' THE A1.LioEwi C435 "The Nautical Kn0t"5 "Sally"5 '29 Christmas Program. James Fatkin, student, journalist, orator, actor, business man, friend. VVhether he's conveying a disreputable typewriter to the ALLICZEWI office or dashing around with an armful of dramatic script, you can't miss ".lim's" ready smile. Nor will it fail if you chance to stop him. You will find, no matter how busy he may be, he is willing to help you in any way he can. RAY FELKER HRAYH "A manly 11m1z." Boys' Physical Education Club C2, 3, 43. fx If Xxx Ray's good inevitable humor is something I ik of a paradox, for some say he'll never get ,f H "cross" He is quiet in class and in the cor- ' l ridors. His. smile is the only index to his thought. His departure will be regretted by 'I many. 'Q-fm lvl! I 'Mika Q .- I 'WW' I . l he is it Z li F ., Q., hr. wo:-J.. 35 A LLIGEW I Q o . I g 3 0 S l IRMA ITIELIDS i "HERE" fl frm' mul loyal frirmlf' Home lleautifnl Club C253 Travel Club C351 Gregg Artists Club 13, -U. C "Bebe" always manages to look on the sunny side of life. She has a host of friends and is . regarded by all as a conscientious student. She is very much interested in Commercial ' work, especially bookkeeping. And how she can keep books! Some day she may be head bookkeeper for some large corporation. Nay- be, who knows? . U 1 VV:-ll, whatever your aim in life, "Bebe," your classmates of '30 wish you luck and lots of it. KIARYLANIJ FlSHliR "JUST MARYLAND" "A frm' frivml is 1'1irf'1' than hm' gold." Home lleantifnl Club CZ, 335 Science Club C215 Gregg Artists Club 13, -U. To know ltlaryland is to realize the truth ol' the above saying. She is a good sport, care- free and happy, with an earnest desire to please, and is one of the real reasons why our three years in Allegany have passed so pleas- antly. Think of us, Maryland, when in the later years you turn this page, as friends who still remember yon. Ol.A MAF FORIH "'l'lfENllC" "Tl1i'.r girl might be little, But lim' tltonglitx are great." Gregg Artists Club CS, 435 '27 Christmas Progrznn. This little Miss is Ola Mae. She is one of fXA the Commercial class, "Teenie" is very stu- , 3 dious and applies herself very well to her , ' work. She is clever, and often-times she sup- , ' plies much fun for her class. Ola Mae is a 1 ,l l great lover ot bookkeeping, and some day we K hope to see her behind a desk commanding a 7 R large salary. K 1 .ine - J.-.Q lF qlffl lx? , ! q 1' .l 'X , E il l -ll Q1 F l P 1 r l 9 t as es + l eva.. 36 I' 1 ri! AVA? I 1, , uf i ' p ' ya' -Y, Y , o 4 F I ' ,ff . yall 9 3 0 ' 1 ., ' ' -1 e., 1 , l - jj it V'4,,Af A, 'Q ff ' A V IL- ix C if VL- , R yr i Q I , ,f A L I . ' ' M! fl, 1 ' o A ' . kj A. Q I . - ,Pr . QA ABI1l:lfE FQETER , fi ' , 1. 1 'A zvmzlglt--04fi1c'itHir'Ky beneath a'n'1i'ld r.rtcriiJ1'QQ L .2 I ' VV' JJ Qigls' Physical Education Club C235 Girls' League ' f C,g31fLibrarY,Ch1b C333 Travel Club C3743. N J , F' ,fly I CIHIQHVBCIIC has revealed herself to be a de- - si .J lighfffill companion, a loyglfsport, and a fasci- f' ffl: - nating conversationalist. She is of a vivacious ,U ,wk nature-loving d lov' vle. , " Speaking c s ool sp it, Clara Belle is one ' of our bes plifie She is an ardent wask ll f r and sel m isses a game. i x 3 ' . Tllgl' FRIT QW, A , iff' 'JWUZT ,TH R" "0 thought e our own." Q ome Ile ti u lu 23g Camera Club C33: Choral ,I 2, 43 S nt Council C3, 435 Newspaper lub ' Alf ii irror Staff C433 "The Nautical Knot. th r is vcr gentle, sweet, and sincere. feryf wh knows her ac ires her. She X s r t at al chool an l s functions, and - co ntly'l s her r o eful mind to pre- par g at completi hat we undertake. sthe ' ades are in xmparable. An all "A" 1 epo oes home to her parents each term. ly,' they are proud of her. She de- x' pI'31SCi NYILLIAM GEARHART "BILL" "Ono of frm: ambitious and high nim.r." lioys' Physical Education Club C235 History Club C335 Chemistry Club C3, 43: Hi-Y C3, 435 lloys' Cook- ery Cluh C43: Treasurer of Senior Class: Business X Manager of ALLIGEWI. .f"X. . . . 'X if 'A VV1thout Bill, the class of '30 would be ln- X ' deed incomplete. He has won, through his ' whole-heartedness, the high esteem of his X. 2 classmates. "Bill' is, in every way, a gentle- I man. May his life be forever filled with hap- l r piness. K l 1 ' A , ' l i"1:'-Q i 'W W I ew' !.X!fe m il, l 5 " .N , :B 11 in .4 'Z air nl l . 1 ' I I l -. ' I. Of ,I-.. 37 A .-.. ".N T i V, l I I l QS if i r is l..'5.! LLIGKEW ' ' - I l950 MARY GEHAUF "JUST MARY" "I.auyh, and the 'world laugh.: wiflz you." Sophomore Dramatic Club C23g A. D. K. C3, 433 Gregg Artists Club C435 Secretary A. D. K. C435 Vice- President, Sophomore Class C235 Track C235 Student Council C435 '29 Christmas Program. There is no need to introduce this pretty maid. VVho doesn't know Mary? The girl with the smile! You can always see her swinging down the halls, happy, laughing-the picture of carefree youth. Mary is brilliant in her studies, toog ask any of the commercial students. She is very busi- ness-like and concise in her work, and always dependable. MABEL GlENLiER HPATY- "Real 'worth urvds no inte1'prctz'r." Home Beautiful Club C235 Euclid Club C235 Camera Club C335 Girls' Manual Training Club C43. To the left is a package of fun and happi- ness, known to us as Mabel. Everyone loves a cheerful person, and that's why Mabel is so popular. VVe feel that life will be kind to one who has brought so many smiles into this dreary world. Good luck and prosperity, "Pat!" THOMAS GlLCHRlST, -IR. "'l'OMMIE" "Oh, that I were tnll and stately." Science Club C235 Orchestra C2, 33: Chemistry Club C335 Hi-Y C3, 435 Boys' Cookery Club C435 lland C435 Mirror' Staff C43. "Tommie" is the smallest boy in our class, but he is the biggest supporter of Allegany's activities. He is possessed of a keen wit, and we have failed to find him in a bad humor. VVC hope, "Tommie," that your success in high school life is but a forecast of your suc- cess in life. l-lere's hoping for the best! 38 l I avi Elin! 'iiv rr. Z ,-. .ffl l XI rvvi l LLIGEWI - -l930 Xlhlxlxll L GOLDEN RED M lmirzu hr dnl 'um dom' nntlz x0 mm I1 erm In Ill!!! alone fins lmtural to PICIISL loys Physxcal EClllLElt10ll Club C2 3 41 H X 2 3 41 Clee Llub C31 Presulent of Boys Co operauve league C41 Track C21 Basketball C2 3 -l1 lootlnll 3 Ixed IS the typxcal hlgh school boy Hls x lI'lCCl talents and hls enthusiasm hive con tI'lllL1tCCl to the success of many of our untlel takxngs As captam of the football team lxccl led the squad through a clxthcult schedule to 1 uc torlous end As prtsldent of the H1 Y he lll trotlucecl mllly constructrxe measures ll XlNl CllxlI1l1l'1ll C ill Abnmr mukm the hunt qrou foudm Sophomore l,I'llTllIlC Llub C21 Choral Club lravel Club C41 We regret to st xte that thus lox tble gul was compelled to Wlthdraw from our cl 1ss before graduatlon VM haxe placed her photogrxplt the happy txmts we hue enjoyed wlth hu VX e do not know what Flame 1I1tLIlClS to do but we assure hex that we ll always bt IOOUII for her XX Xl ll:,lx Glx 181 XX AIT HH 'li Ifl 1 A0 mme no rsr lioys Ihysleal Education Club C2 31 C lee Llulx C7 3 41 Cookery Club C41 A Nautrcal lxnot The most deslrable and perhaps ont of tht greatest types of man 19 the one who pursues hls part suavely and unpretcntlously The presence of our frxencl whose face lends lustre to thls page has not only repulsed clespond encv but has been eFhcac1ously resultant m teachmg us to play more happlly the game of 1 e lmcr congenul 1 frund and a qtntlcm m such 1 m lll rs Vl lltel M53 ii' ' 9 1 4 ' . , 'Z' it ' Z., ' Z :'1 Q' ' ' I , , Y Z i- 7 . -, 9 1 : S 1 1 - N ' . f : ' : ' Y , : ' - CZ, ,4J. as 1 , ry ' ' 1 - ' .2 ' 1 , S 1 '. 'rx Z 1 - f f , , H v u . A 5 . 1 Y . , K. , k . . 2 , - x Q A L ss. 1 N I- ' 1 . - C .f C I ' ' 4 ' .. H ,U H Q Q - z 1 ' i Q ' . ' C315 ' K - . 1 ' 'Q fz - f' ' 1. s ' C . is.. . . , ' I rx , . . , , , 1 in this book so that We may better remember . ,- K U' rt - ' l . ,, . , . ,C . I "I f Imt 'I t I 1111, ' -- 1 5.x J V'-1 , ' H 1 I, :Y 2 Z, -.1 x x x l L 1, - 1 1 N- 1 1 ' 2 , e , ,A xx , n y k , 1' 'x ' ' . . l X' .- ' l'f -. K ,. , 1 V 1 , Y 1 , . I - M I : 1 '. 'I ' k l ' .43 I 'Yr' l ll' , e ' - - X Q f -- p B ll lg 4 ,- Z r 1 , A. ' ' - 'Vvf-.l.. 39 ALLI I .Q lit Vai? . 1 l930 new --- HARRlliT GURLEY "HARRIE" "She Iiz'c.v to Irmyll, to love, to I z'r1 rn." Science Club CI3: Home lleautiful Club C231 Girls, Physical Education Club CZ, 3, 43, Girls Manual Training Club C433 Track CZ, 3, 43. ln Harriet's four years at Allegany, she has endeared herself to all her associates. Once she becomes your friend, she is your's for- ever. Harriet is a loyal supporter of all our school activities, especially athletics. The Class of '30 wishes her the best of luck in her future life and may she never forget the A. H. S. spirit and the good old days we had there. lil.lZAllETH HAM RIERSM ITH Ullllfll' "Thr 11011 is miiyhtivr than the sword." Travel Club C3, 43. Not many can do what "lbb" has done. She came to us in the Junior year and there isn't a single Senior who has not made her acquaint- ance. Know why? She is one of those real pals-the "when a feller needs a friend" kind. Elizabeth is especially gifted in the art of short story writing. Because of her talents, we are proud to count her as a member of our class, and the world will soon know why. s , , i X . HARRY HAMNIONID l vi Q -mei:-' Q Ls Auoflter good full" Y lloys' lflqgsltq Education Club C23: Forensic fluli C335 Vice- resi ent of the llird Club C435 Football C3, -ll. t Here is the champion teaser of the class of ,fxkx '30. "Flick" is here, there, everywhere with his irresistible grin and irrepressible wit. His X' X bright repartee is always a source of pleasure. Vf it VVe do not know what Harry aims to do on ' '. the "sea of life," but we are confident that he will be buoyed up by his happiness and his i Y humor. lam- ' 'ixuflf '53 :Al vvv? Q to-1-IIN I- l . ' x il lm 4 W 1 'l L i J-I hr L-t ' 1 I 40 LLIGEW PEARL HANSROTE "HANS" "lf .VHIIAIIXY u'vrc gold, .rllc'd own the u'or'ld." Secretary of Science Club CZBQ Secretary of Library Club C233 llird Club C333 Choral Cluh 141. This young lady lives up to her name, Pearl. She is a jewel-pretty, and liked by all. Many a heart of the opposite sex has missed a beat because of this maiden. Always, she is merry, gay, and sportive. Pearl, the class of '30 wishes you all the luck that can be found in the world. ZORA HliNlJRlCKSUN "ZERO" "Tim but we ,End in our travels, 1'.v on lzonvxt frivrnlf' Home Beautiful Club CZJ: Library Club 1335 Trav- el Club HJ. Yes, we all know "Zero." How could we help it? Zora has won many of our hearts with her sunny smile. lluring her three years in A. H. S., she has made many friends who will remember and love her throughout the yeurs to come. Zora says she is going to be a nurse. VN'e know she will be a success because she is very conscientious and just overflowing with ambi- tion. FLORENCE H E'l"l'liN H A USER HFLO., "Silvm'c is golden." Home Ileautiful Club C2, 33: Girls' Manual Trzxining Club Q-11. You can never tell just what is in this de- inure girl's mind. She is the sort of a person who hasn't much to say. As a result, we don't know her as we would like to. She will make someone an efficient secretary -that is, if a certain "He" d0esn't play the part of "the early bird." 41 r 1 ., I ' ' I 9 3 0 ndlf' ,lf .rw 90,11 In 'I' 11 ,J Q Q t L VJ l r -K f slu- fff"'f 4,4-1 f ,Lf if ll .41 af' "tj ,id ,1 A ntl L... LLIGEW fl I ' ' - I 9 3 lxOBE,lx'1 HILL POB Qflllf Irma mc oftuz Lloqucnt 1 lee Club C3 43 Nlanual Trammg Club Pl lout ball L43 Boh IQ really a power hehmd the throne He nexer openly inaugurated 1 movement but was always workmg ln perfect accord and sympathy wlth anything that was for the 1m proxement of the class or helped the progress of the school He lS a husmcss man m em lxryo and IS consldered an authority when ln formatxon of thls klnd 19 needed If he dc xelops the ttlent he possesses his success ls assured NLI l lh HUII HUlllL er 11110 C sc ll r r mu lnbrary Klub CZJ History Cluh C23 furls Le'1g.,ue Q2 35 Travel Cluh 3 43 Nelhe hrs found 1 real throne ln the coult of our hearts Such a qulet unassummg, good httle queen she ls' Qhe goes her way 'lhrough her steady and fIll1Ct hfe there 111118 1 golden thread of purpose to whxch she chngs the effect of whlch can he seen nn all her actnltxes lt 15 such a person who halances the caprxces of our class LHAlxl hh HYIJI REID v mu is 0 a :food lf lloys Physxetl Education Llub C2 3 47 Charles IS mother one upon whom we have hestowed the name hed He IQ full of fun fond of teasmg and ns perpetually keepmg us Ill a happy mood VX L do not know vxhat lxed mtends to do lfter gI'3.ill15lt1OH hut we wish hmm success and may hfe hrmg hlm ts many smlles as he has afforded us 0 al HO is-rr . Z Uhr , , , . , .. H 1 't 'v I vu- ' 1 w U 3 I 9 A . .' ' Q 3 r , ll H - , - px I x 2 x 4' ' I F .. 5 , -ty "Lil ' 1' -xr h cut! , .0 x "'l." QV 2 ' Q '. 5 QA .' A. Y ' , : C , - ' , , x N - u , 4 h Ls K i YV " ' ' I A ' . .. , . , . . , . . s. I 1, ti - S ' 1 ' . Q ' K rl ' 2 ' . ' I I , I l . , A Q tt 1, 1 - i 1. - - - -v 111. I ' f A 'rlolx , , , 1. 5' x-H2 .. ' ' y Y I , ,V .V ,ab ' -. . z ' X '- ,X , x N U , H X - , A , . , , J! ' V ' ' r 1 ' l ' ' I . N 1. I V , H 1 H ' , . , 1 ' - v l X l ' I x I D 1 1 1 , ' ' 2. , 1 ' . ' 1 l . I I 1 Y is-:Q - x 'WJ' 5 7' i iq' " l ' 1 r ,-1 'X X C 1 1 ' r F5 :If "' '. tl'.l.. U A Lo L5-'T on QE w 1 M ALL14,-ILN JQNLs l A'1 ll the world lmcs u vcr b01lll0!'l'l0l'C Dram txc ILS: 123 Choral Llrb C2 3 4j Camera Club C H I1 s Manual Tralnlng Club xt-0 A Xl3UflQ3l Knot 3 Sally Ah' Hera IS Bowlmg Green s C011t1'1lJLlt10l1 to Allegany 'lhmls charmmg l1ttle lassxe has long bee11 a favoute among the students of Alco She 1s,,always meetmg us wlth a sm1le and a pleasant remark Pat mtencls to become a tramed nurse We feel sure that she w1ll be successful xO'1 HY l LOIN a 3 ll 11111 h al Llub C2 en c CIlCll lcolulllrrr r taff -lj Ed1t0r QL EWI C42 Here our r t unc e llorot mllc her fa her fir ea as l thloug t her school es g a ood tu en Dor t 1S g1fted th nal a ll 1 u c rt f whxc he has usec e vancem 1 of c ass of WIS es d MOSES ARTHUIX IxhlN41DY F All thc uorld .r n stalls D lx One look at thls young man and thc reason for the iluttermgs of every g1rl s heart IS CV1 dent Although th1s IS lxennys first year at Allegany he has won our adm1rat1on Wlth h1s cheery d1spos1t1on eharmmg personahty and h1str1on1c ab1l1ty The class of 30 feels sure your future w1ll be wry hnght 'len C 4 I ' N I l A ' ' I 9 3 0 1, 0 , I - f 1 I I, h , , x Q A X I , 4 1 U D , 1 ' M , ., ' -, , . 1 ,ll 'L Q - l -- '34 A A .' f I?1'f ll gy.. A A- , il.. . UD ,, 11 - l ' ' ' A 431' IP ' '1bqz,s, A H1 14 ll . ' - ' l is., y li e . 'tt , " ." V , , . . 1. :Qld ' A tin c t lo ' ' h' l . B s -' t, ' ' ce b'l'ty l .ll si d a , l t ' . ' l " fo d le ' 1 . 0 T . ' ' h lu ! l l A. . '. Q-lj. . . . . . yu D X I . ' ' l H 4 I lx l xv' ,lr E1 P Y I5 ,li y . ll Rv. l 'Q l 43 s ..4 ALLIGBW lxu F P f Q l - ' - I 9 3 0 IDA Ll IZABIJIH lxhNNEL REP Hnplfx and jmful ull day long Curl'-. Physical Iuducatmn Club C23 flrls leoeu C2 45 library Club C31 'lravel Club C33 Lamerl Club C43 Vv1th a gay heart a merry smlle, and au un fl11LSt10I'ldlJlC loyalty Ida has proved herself a true daughter of Allegany At every game, ldas cheermg could be heard for not only does she llke sports but she IS a real sport m every way We are cer ta1n that you lda student sport and fl'lCHCl wlll e er be true and loyal to our colors the glorlous whltc and blue lOHNl lxNlklxll Xl JOHNNIE Hu nntun' is gruml 1 s 'rysexl Education Club C 3 -H lru. C3 43 0l1lllllL thc Worldly wxse Semorl NX ho could ever fotget h1mP lohu has lITlDl'kbQLKl all partxeularly 111 hls Jumor and Senxor years by hls strength of character and the firmness wlth which he st mds for l'us COIIVICUOUS Ad I'l11I'dlllC tralts Johuruel May you Cl1I'CCl them Ill the proper channels ns the w1sh of your fI'lQllClS the Class of 30 Linh tiltx I sm rr '1 Library Club C3 41 Cu IS 1 good old pal Somehow she hu a way of making people llkc her whcther they choose to or not lt must bc because she IS so opt1m1st1c and helpful Qhe says she is gomg to attend Normal Qvhool next year but we all have our doubts about that as we have heard some rumors otherwxse Heres w1sh mg her success and happmess Sl MO n-mtv ll 3' .' C ' Q l' ' 4. 1 ' l' 3 I 1 Y r v A . H xy 1 E '- I v - 1 ll ly." ll .'i': ' ' 2, , 3 " 1 'lx HJ ' NY!! . ' si' I ' I I ' CECILE vv. KUBES "BI" 'A j fx 111' J ll f vii." , KA v . - L J' ' 1 1 ' ' . K xx t l 4 '- - l ' ' - 5- ' f : ' X. . ' L . K M . A , l l l 1 1 l. , 7 ' ' .- l -. ik ill in E l PW r' lf? 1 fl l l l . u au. ' 41-'Ji-,- li ALLIGEW lm!! 51' 'W L l JESSIE KUHN JUST IESSIE In carl: rhrvk nfflvcmv a prrttx rlzmfvlr' rs ague C2 3 33 Cho Cl 11 C3 43 Hrstory C43 Newspaper C lub C43 Alzolu Mwrur Staff C43 A1.1.1c Ewr Staff C43 You cant become serrous about JCSSIC ser1ousncss and jessrc are a contradxcuon l1'1 terms Shes arsemc to gloom and death to the blues And what would we do wrthout her? Who could put the punch and 1est m llfe better than she? Who could sparkle and laugh and jest better than she? Who could make frrends quicker and hold thclr loyalty better than she? Who can act better than she? VVho could do a lot of other thmgs? No one' That s why we hate to let her go RRY LAKIN HUD FYIFTIIIS nn' tcsttd bt rzclzvrsztx Sophomore Dramatic Club C23 flee Club C2 3 43 Vue Presrdent Klee Club C43 Rand C3 43 Vxce lresrdent Band C43 Soccer C3 43 Track C3 43 ALLIGEWI Staff C43 A Vautlcal knot Sally Rrddle of Isis lt was only three years ago that Bud came to us brmgmg wrth hrm hrs tappmg feet hls ablhty IU mll91C and h1s cheery smlle VX whxch he has steadfastly clung Hts detcrmx natron to succeed has brought hum through all the ups and downs of hugh school 1111 Cl AUDI' l ARC PN'l DUTCH Nouhcre ,ro 101 my a man ns hr' flee Club C2 3 43 A D K C43 Alcoln Mlrror Staff C43 A lwautxcal knot Sally Rrddle of SIS Claude xs one of the best lxked boys IU our class Hrs wmmng personallty has made hlm many friends l-le has taken an actwe part nn all of Alco s actxwtxes especlally the Glue Club Vhth hrs happy go lucky attrtude Claude vull tlways bc bked whelex C1 he gots I-'-l930 H3 IA ivvl .41 fill l,' Le' ., ., 435 Latin Club CZ, 1: ral , l ,V L . 5 .1 - I , 3 , . . . . ' ' , E - f ' 7 'l l . ' 4 . ' . 5 D i , .. H ' ' Y ' .' , '. , ' . l 'c must not fail to mention his lofty ideals to u ,b nk K - ' X . , . - , , 4 4 4 I 4 I Q n ' y' - 3 A 3 'n, 'u l n. u A- D 1 ffxxx' l .. . . .' l . ff A l ' 1 3 3 ,Z . 3 - - . l ew. l ' ' i - '- iq -,st p ' S, el 1 if Y-' l . K , nf. " "'-'fb ,. 45 A v.X!lF D771 Sw 'W na I LLIG-EW 0 0 0 I l930 ANNABELLE I l:,Pl EY ANNIE Ilrr ,mule rv nlwnxs 'zcclrouu rs 'h slcal Eclumtmu Klub 12 3 -O5 lrrgg. 1xl'llStS Club 135 Kxrls Manual lflllllllf, Klub 145 lrack 125 Annabelle has been wlth us for three years md, 1n each one of those happy years she his contrlbuted to our pleasure In the begmnmg of her Iunlor year she elected the Commercnal Course and has been one of the dependable Qtenogs ever smce Annabelle 1S studlous and methochcal Qhe IS extremely fond of typewrltmg and bookkeepmg A successful busmess career we feel I9 'lwaltmg Annabelle UARGARET l EVIN LEVINSRI Cood goods' zomr m llftlc pmknqrs C oral Club 12 3 45 latm Cl 1b 12 35 Home Beautiful Club 125 Bird Club 135 Hxstory Club 145 Newspaper Club 145 Alcohz Mwror Staff 145 Thls old adage partxcularly fits Levmskl She IS one of the httle members of our class who has done blg thmgs onscxenuousness pcrsomfied IS l evmskl As a pal she s per ect We know that when she becomes '1 school m'1rm hel puplls will loxe hex I IJNA DOI O'1HY l INN Cram' m all ILM .rtrjnr Heaven zn her cw In fverg gesture dmmtv and low' Home Beautiful Club 125 Choral Club 12 35 Crrls League 12 3 45 Sophomore Dramatxc Club 125 French Club 135 ALLICEWI Stal? 145 A Nautx ca Ixnot A D lx 13 45 Sally Can you 11T1agll1C anyone w1th sm1l1ng eyes rosy cheeks curly haxr and IT plus a hlgh mtelhgence havmg a serlous outlook on bfe? Thls 19 true ln Dot s case In the realm of publ1c spcakmg Dot has made a name for herself Qcholasncally she ranks hrgh socnlly hlghel mduvldually hnghest' dl 15 4 fi Uhr .. v ., 1lil.'ly." T ,., z gay' . 1 7 : 1 ' ' , . l . li K H ' ' ' -l .. ' , , l. 1. l l . 4. , ,, 11, , ,, 5 - ' l . Y Q: ' : , l : L. ' : 9 V ' - ' , ' , 1: ' -rv . . . , . . - f . u, ,, A - - , 1 , . ' . I 2 ' . HDOTTI-E" , , V - Z . H . , ' A 9 D , : 1 , , : . . .., -- 'f ny, v ' ,'u n ' XX , . . .. g ' II-.X ' - l - u vu l X , V 5 , ' C D, ' n nv l . ' - ' , l l . I . .u , . ' , , t l ' ' ' I 5 l 'T-1.5 l Y .val I 'N 1' I l ' ' ' 1 f 4 rx P R - 1' 1 'fl rp l - .lx ' 'fvihl l...u 46 .TJ V Ai. IK 1' -- 1950 ' i uv p ' I ' ' , i l ' I' I ' Al' I l 6 I 'xy ' l" 6 ' x issi4SLTTLE i 1 I it I"A irtu01 man is Il gift of Cod." rirl ' ,7 i ucation Club 125: Science Club g 0 e fu Club C355 Travel Club Q4l. H e we see o e of the rare, quiet UD girls of l ny. Kathryn is demure and reserved. Sh is ?1'ypical, difinilied Senior. 5 ho who know her well, know that Kath- yn a true friend. She is ready and willing to p a body at all times. you do as well in your life work as you l ve in school, Kathryn, we know you will be success. VVe wish vou luck! ' . MARGAKETIJTZENBURG "LlTZIE" "Light brown hair and c'3'1'.r of blue, She always has av smile for you." Library Club 121: Camera Club C353 Newspaper Club 1413 Alcohi Mirror Staff f4Jg "Sally." Sparkling blue eyes, fair complexion, and a winning smile-that's Margaret! She is one of our most gPpular,Seniors, due to that "Litzie" persona ity. Margaret will always be remembered as the "lead" girl in "The Struttersu of the musical comedy, "Sally." Here's lots of luck! May "he" be tall and handsome. DOROTHY LOGSIJON MDOT, "F ' d - lfljldht iiiigiuiiirisllvs rlmrm your eyes?" Science Club C235 Home lleautiful Club C335 Chor- al Club 1455 Travel Club 145. I X Here's a young lady who has won many f friends by her sweet, sincere ways. With a N happy heart, she is always willing to help other Ny i people. "Once a friend, always a friend," must l, l ave been written for "Dot," , , l The class of '30 wishes you happiness and ' prosperity. . X K l l l l l X i -ff' i 643 l 3 l it ' 114-Q , ox jlnlt ,Q 'ig 9,2 X il Quai , T E . wg X- wx' lg! il . 5 ES 'cl ee -h gi ,MVTN Ili 929 6 QNX 'Els X 1 40 L ' ' 2 ,E - ! I 1- 0' l .i-I .v XC ' . - ke ' QXQ ,bs " 4' " vo,-.l.. l K-. ,..-- - " 'QL ' tv' ff' fa g xi 4 2 M-e Q s,.,iE:-..,g- A, M492 ,f CL - ' QU fy- 3- : Q r C "iii , Ya J N Srl' Qu 5. l LLIG-EW . . . ' 9 I 3 O Fl SIF lXlAlxlF IUVN FRY QHORTN 1 zum! to In lmrlt ome lbillflflll Club C23 li rd C 13 Histor Cluh C43 Elsle IS another of Alleganys loyal daugh ters The old adage, Good goods come m httle packages certalnly holds good fot EISIC Shorty the lug world expects great thmgs from httle people We feel sure you w1ll sat lsfy that expectatlon because of the ITIAUIILI lll whlch you have faced all your problems durmg your htgh school days HUCH NIAC 'Xlll l EN QPEEDY A xtar of tht' fmt magnzludz' Sophomore Dramattc Club C23 Boys Physxeal Ed l1C3t10l'l Cluh C23 Htstory Club C33 Travel Club C33 H Y C33 A D Ix 4 Track C2 3 43 Soeeer 33 Football C43 Basketball C3 43 Mtrrm StalT C33 Stu dent Councxl C43 ALL1GEw1 Staff C43 When 1n need Macs there' Ask tht foothall and lmasketluall fans VNC recall nu merous t1mes when Mac stepped ln and turned the ttde of defeat to v1ctory H s '1 good sport and a hue athlete Xlac I5 also there l!'l conquests of the Welker sex Whxt cant these athletes do? The Semor Class IS sure pattmg the world JANE 'XleCUl l OUC H Josr JANE O rosvbud .ret uzth lzttlc uzlful thomr And sure! as Enqlnh aw tould mukz Irv: Sophomore Dramatic Club C23 C xrls league C2 3 43 Prestdent Clrls League C43 Newspaper Cluh C3 43 Alcohz Mirror itaff C43 ALLICEWI 'staff C43 Jane has not passed three years at Allegany unnotlced for her alr of mdlvlduahty and her ultra style have attracted everyone s eye Now at the end of the three years we are sure she rnals all Pans m the way she dons her duds we know she has taken an aetlvt part IU many of the clulxs and that she was chosen leading lady Cl iss I ty Qome glrl eh? 4.4 qgl , I , . X11 1. ' 3 5 1 'I1l 4335 y . . h , 1 - , .. l - . ,, . , 51 ml H - f . D , r l . Q r' .' . . - ' :Y ' : t ' 1 il- Q - - - C 3: ' , , 1: - C Q 1 ,: ' , ,Q ' -, : - e w Q ' K , - 1. , 1, , , A . . , , , , , 1 . - - U H , - , x x . 1 1 1. I Luvk I , X Hi f , Yl ' ' ' x H ,. x A X YY F V . , Y , X on the hack when we give her "Mae" ' . 7 ' , , 2 I ' I V ,S 4 -Y , 5 .',, A j ' : T ' A i , -. 4 . , 1 1 C , : - 5 2 - . 'fi 'N ' ' , ,1 , fx , , , t l 71 Q ' ' , U 4 3, , , . , .. 1 x l ' .y T . , L , , , l ' l tt - y, -' ' , ' l l . Y m our , 1.5 lz . W : e, . , . A t 3 I 4 .C l t 1 fi: l A' Q . I EF' l ' .- ' . F V .I It l S v . ..1 'PW Y-'N Ep 1 I l LLL.l,j - LL. Q, J.. X X Av 1 X' 1 1 ALLIGEWI HELEN McFERRAN "MICKEY" "ll"ork Hlztl, lllen play." Sophomore Dramatic Club C235 Choral Club 12, 33, Girls' League 12, 33: Newspaper Club C3, 43, Editor, Alrolii Mirror 143, ALLIGEWI Staff K-13: "A Nautical linotng "Sally," Everyone knows Helen, why shouldn't he? Her wonderful disposition and charming per- sonality have won her many friends. Her studious attitude and her ability in almost every line have also won for her the admira- tion of many of the teachers. Helen is a real sport and a true friend-the crowd is never complete without "Mickey" .-Xu revoir, "Mickey," we wish you luck! HAZEL MCKENTY "GINNlE" "Always look for the Xl.l'Uf'7' lining." Girls, Physical Education Club C235 Home lleauti- ful Club 133, Gregg Artists Club 13, 43. llark brown hair and deep blue eyes! VVhat a combination? Hazel possesses both and uses them to advantage. VVe remember her from our first day at Allegany. VVhat a success she has made of her days here! lt is rumored that Hazel intends to keep books in the otiice of a large corporation. NVe believe llame Rumor made an error, for we know of a certain gentleman with charming dimples. GEORGIA MCLAUGHLIN HGEOH "To make the world fl friendly filuce, One mirxt thou' a friendly fuer." Library Club C2, 3, 433 Girls, League C235 Travel Club C3, 43: Choral Club C43. VYe present Miss Georgia McLaughlin-an- other one of our loyal, happy, carefree class- mates. Although Georgia has not been very active in the extra-curricular activities, she has en- "-l930 I cleared herself to us because of her Fine school Y spirit and scholastic achievements. 'MTX OCT: ' I 'W 12- lllil Q its Y- , 1 In 49 ALLIGEWI ' '- l950 AGNES MCMILLAN ' , NMAC, "Ever bright, gentle and sweet." So rhomore Dramatic Club C213 Choral Club C2, 3, 419 brchestra CZ, 3, 415 Track C2, 31g "A Nautical Kn0t"g "Sally." Gentlemen prefer blondes! Look at this fair damsel and be convinced that there's a reason for the preference. Although quite mischievous, "Mac," to all of us, is a dear, sweet child. "Mac" will al- ways be remembered because she has taken such an active part in so many of the extra- curricular activities-the orchestra, track ath- letics, dramatics, and vocal music. The class of '30 wishes "Mac" lots of hap- piness. CATHERINE METZ "KITTY" "Five feet two, eyes of blue." Home Beautiful Club CZ, 315 Camera Club C41. Among a group of laughing, chatting girls, you'1l find her. The laugh that is gayest, the eyes which are brightest, are "Kitty's"-that's why you'll find her always in the center of the group. "Kitty" is a fickle little blonde, for she is continually trying "off with the old love, on with the new." Warning! Gentlemen, be- ware of fickle "Kitty"l CLEO MILLER -MILLER" "Truc.rt of pals, best of sports,- A clean cut, true-blue sort." Girls' Physical Education Club C2, 3, 415 President, Girls' Physical Education Club C413 Library Club C215 Manual Training Club C415 President, Manual Train- ing Club C415 Fieldball CZ, 3, 41: Captain, Fieldhall I x C415 Basketball C2, 3, 415 Track CZ, 3, 413 "A Nautx- fx cal Knot." f ' "Miller"-star girl athlete-is just the one ', i you naturally call "pal" You feel you can de- . l pend upon her. She always does her part and , ' i ' does it well. Allegany will miss "Miller," he- , cause honest-to-goodness pals are difficult to 1 1 find. ' V l l . ' l . '-iw 'xv IW! Rfllin 171 Q s I + '71 lifi 'gli l l l I ,I will . so T A LLIGEWI ' ' ' JOE lNlll.l,ER "ISAlJORE" "II talks-Oli! Hou' if talksfl' Orchestra CZ, 333 Hand C3, 45: Glee Club C431 A. IJ. K. 143: "Sallyy'g '29 Christmas Program. Joe just can't keep out of trouble. But in spite of that, he's one fine kid. Everybody knows and likes Joe. Why? Be- cause he's full of wit, a splendid violinist, a fine drummer, and an actor of note. joe expects to become a great violinist. Some day, when he has gained a place on the Concert Stage, we'll be glad to say, "VVe knew him whenln ,lUANlTA Mll,l.liR "Blll.l,Y" "Situ 'wax 11 1llL'C girly But 11070, .vhs ix no more. For what .vlw drunk for H20 Wu: H2SO4." ' Sophomore Dramatic Club 123: Library Club CSD: Girls' Manual Training Club 149. Behold the bane of Miss Kifer's existence! Juanita-our little ray of sunshine-is not ex- actly interested in the science of chemistryg but, she sure does love chemistry "lab" peri- ods. Then she mixes the strangest potions with the worst odors. VVho knows? Perhaps she will be a second Madame Curic. The Class of '30 wishes you success! liA'l'HERYN Nlll,l.l'iR "KATE" "The best 0' .vp0rf.r." Girls' Physical Education Club 12, 3, 413 Girls' Manual 'Training Club 143, Track 12, 3, 43, Fieldhall l930 12, 3, -lj. f "Kate" is another of our athletes. She has ff X been on the track and fieldball teams for three X' years. ln both sports, she has contributed i much to bring Allegany coveted victories. V Vl'e are sure "Kate" will be missed because Y real sports like her are not easily discovered. Q "-:Q vz I-Q4 asa s. il ll Z , 7 " f-w:-.l..i 51 ALLIGEWI ' ' - l93 1 ETHEL NlNKE "lllNK" "Silr'1n'r' is yolrlvn: few 'wov'rI.r are .ril1'r'r." Travel Club C3, 41. There are two things in which Ethel excels -studying and keeping quiet. She joined our class in the junior year, hav- ing heen previously enrolled at Ursuline Academy. Since that time, we've tried our best to persuade her to talk. She still persists in remaining shy outside of classroomsg but, she has become, in those two years, one of our best scholars. So, Ethel, we are proud to have you as a member of A. H. S. '30, and wish you success. JOSIZPHINE MINNICKS lilo., uSflI'1Il'f' is more nlnsirfzl than song." Home lleautiful Club C215 Camera Club C311 Li- brary Club C41. Josephine, although very quiet, has a sweet disposition and likeable manner. Therefore, she has become one of our best liked girls. Always patient and willing to help her friends -we cannot imagine our class without ,los- ephine. So, in parting on "the sea of life," we say "Bon Voyage," but not "Good-bye." MA RY LOUISE NAUGHTON HXVEEZIEN "None knew lwr but to lo-Ur hcrg Nom' named hm' but to f"1'Il!.Yt'.U Choral Club C2, 3, 41: Girls' League C2, 3, 41: Sophomore Dramatic Club C215 Latin Club C313 A. D. K. C413 Newspaper Club C419 Mirror Staff C413 "A Nautical Knot." To' the left is one of our sweetest and dear- est girls. Mary Louise is a studious, kind, and ' gentle mortalg consequently, she has endeared f' X herself to everyone. lNith her beautiful brown eyes and black X hair, she has captivated many of the opposite - 'I sex, especially a member of our Soccer Team. ', 1 VVC wonder if the future holds a domestic role , , A5 ' for Mary Louise. lk i . , I T 3 l f l ,Q l V I 5-I l tl-1' me E ew-- -'ll 'X' 1 , 1 Q ,ls l -- ' i ,J.f'.: ,. 52 ,, A C JC- SEBI' Sf' - - l930 REBECCA OLIVER BEC1xX She forms uhcn tallcd and at zz zcmd uztlzdraws Speaks ulth rcxerve and listen: ulth applause Crrls Physical Erlucatron Club C21 library Club C21 Hlstory Club C31 Travel Club C41 Cvrrls I eague C21 Here IS a Cl1HCI'f.I'lt someone Becky 1s wery studlous and to our knowledge she has newer falled to correctly respond to a teach ers questlon Her mtlmatc fI'1CI'lClS know har as a glrl 110SSCSSlI'lg sparklmg Wlt and Joxlal manner To others, she remanls thc Cllglllfltil Sernor JAMES O'1T JIMMY Afobodg Iozcx n fat man Llbrar Club C21 Boys Physxcal Elll1C'ltl0I'l Club C 31 clence Club C3 41 lootball C3 1 Hall' A conquerxng hero comes' Yes 1 hero' For who has wltnessed llmmlv. play football and not called hlm a hero? jlmmle doesnt allow athletlcs to mterlue with school work and thereby xcmaxns ldeal ln the mmds of Alleganys boosters lt would be lDOSS1l1lC to contmue wutmg about J1mm1c a long tlme but space does not permlt So we ll end by saymg hes 1 wonderful guy ROBERI P ARRER Pmc alt is that m uhlrh thc head tl Inuit and the hand go toqcthcv Orchestra C2 3 41 Glee Club C2 31 lhnd C41 -X Nautrcal knot Bob our finest busmess ezrecutne IS our Ing butter and egg man He has personallty mlus, and wlth lt charms many a falr malden Vle are confident that Bob w1ll become tamous m the busmess field Here s luck' H1 '16 naiv- Q 4 t l 1 l , x my w I " -I v - I I vv f 1' H, .. , . . . . A . A , . I , : z 5 ' ' E I n x u - ' l - v 1 , . r. M Z, : 5 ' , : T , 4 . . K . I in I , - .. - -,H , nl ' - vs v - A ' x , I , v. y 1 . K . . . , n - ' u Y - 1 , . . , . X, v . . , Y . - ,,. , ,V . 1 "BOB" " " ' ' ' ' ' , IC 1 ', f' U t ,, ,H Q , 1 L : '- " ' u ni - V - Y L- D ' u ' N V n - t ' . . , l l 1 ' ' . ' 1 , V r. ,, - . 1 f ' ' ' J f . 1 . ' l l 1 I . 1 ' 1 C l 1 Q I I .E ' ' '-112 1 ' gtg, . 5 - - ' .- ' -. Q , ,C ,. S -' t s "I r . ' ' hr I , -L4-----A LEE' . 53 A Ll..lGaBW . 0 . ' 9 3 l x O CORFIELD I'A TTERSON -'PATH "Life is but fi span, I'll cvcry meh enjoy. ' lilee Club CZ, 3, 43: Manual Training Club Ula thLLllil-LXVI Stat? 143: "A Nautical Knot." VVho is this giant? Well, we don't blame you for thinking it might be an Hercules, be- cause he certainly does have a splendid phys- ique. But, it isn't a giant. lt's our old friend, "Pat," who plays the big bass horn in our band. "Pat" is interested in music, and devotes much of his time to the study of it in the band and Glee Club. NELLIE l'l11RRlN "lJERRlN" "O, while you lizfr, rvll trulh and slmmv the devil." Girls' League C251 Choral Club CZ, 3, -Og French Slug E333 Camera Club 1333 Girls' Manual Training lu 4 . An all-round good sport is Nellie. Her smiling face can be seen at every affair spon- sored by Allegany. She's quite a student, toog one of those "stick-to-it" people who stick to a thing until it is completed. Another attribute of Nellie is her veracity-which she exercises even when it lowers her test grade. IUQBIQCCA l'l-lll.Lll'l'l "llECKY" "1lIu.ric oft' hath .vurli Il rhnrm to make bad goodfu Choral Club C2, 3, 4Jg President, Choral Club 1-U9 Octette 12, 413 Girls' League C219 Sophomore Dra- matic Club KZJ: Public Speaking Club GD: Alcohi Mirror Staff C413 ALLIUI-Qwx Staff 1415 "A Nautical Knot." We present Miss Rebecca Phillippi, mainstay 1 NN, of the Choral Club and most devoted member " ,ff of The.Octette. Besides devoting much time -ix to music, she finds time to stay among the , ,H -N leaders in each of her classes. l Q "Becky's" laughter and gaiety have con- l tributed much to our enjoyment of high school Y J days. K l PTT? - N - ' is fl i lit Z, 1 lf 'll l l M IH hr, leigh,- ..-. . . l 54 LLIGEWI ' - IQ3 1 IJNVARD PORTEJX 11.1 men Ilke me that make the uufld go 10111za' Queuce Club C23 Nlanual T17a1n1r1g Club C23 flet Club C33 Track C2 3 43 Edward IS another QUICI meml1er of the Se 111or Class In fact we have heard very llttlc from h1m durmg h1s stay w1th us He 15 of the rare type that hears much and says lxttle He IS possessed of all the character1st1cs that go to make up a soclable genlal, and Hml3.l3lt fellow We find that he possesses the VIFIUC of StC3.Cl1I'lCSS whlch IS sure to make h1m a great success 111 the busmess world I lxI:,lJ POIxTEIx PRED Look hc r 'w111d1ng up the 'watrh of h1.r wttr B1 and In tt utll sfwke Manual Tfdllllllg, Club C23 Boys Phyncal Educt t1on Club C33 flee Cl11b C43 Baseball C3 43 Tred most unusual member of the class w1tl1 h1s apparent CllSlI1tCl'CSt for ue1y subject 111 the currnculum who surpr1ses us qu1te ex ery subject ThlS boy absolutely refuses to hurry VM hare often wondered how he has marmgcd to travel to and from h1s home 111 Xlt Qavage for three whole years But be has done lt md 11ow 19 numbered 30 AUDRA POVX Ell PAI Blltjlll ax a ummzz-1 dm Choral Club C2 3 43 Pen and Penul Club C23 Home lleautxful Club C23 Travel Clul1 C33 Camera Club C33 L1brary Llub C43 A 'Vautmal lxnot Sweetness 15 one of Audreys urtues She has others happmess loyalty the des1re to a1d others but sweetness predommates VVe understand that Audra 1ntends to study Commerc1al Art Because we have exammed her sketches we can pred1ct a br1ght future for thls sweet brunette 0 Q1 1,2 U1 'Y I 5 '1 ' ' 1 NEW, .. 1' 31 ' ' g 2 - : ' , , . - , Y . Q 1 ' 1 1 ' ' . . . ,, ' .' .II I ' . " ' 1 9 .' ' 1- ' : 3 s , - often, by CXl'lll3ltlIlg h1s vast knowledge of ' ' . 1. r v ' Y ' Al ' K , ' , ' 'I i l .1 ,. A ' . . , : " 3 1 1 , - V - ' , 11 , ,' n , , - - fa . , .. :L C- U y Y ' K ' - , ' . , ' K N' L 1 l ,, ,, I.-' gum tx -d pi Z 1 r '-15' ha J ss A t ALL i XX, 4 il llvvi ng I-1 ns ' l l IG-EW I l930 GLEN VOXYELI. '-nENNY'Y "Hu tim! is of fi fool .vjvirif is it mlm of 1mdc1'.vtrind11iyf.' Cilce Cluh C-U. Perhaps many of you are not acquainted with "Benny," since he has lneen with us only one year. "Benny" came to us from Allegany County Academy. Soon after his matricula- tion, many of us learned to know this splendid lad. VVe have enjoyed his acquaintance he- cause of his happy nature. In parting, We wish him luck! CHARLES PRICE "CHARl,EY" 'Ullizuhv ii genius Im.: been .rloaf of yrouillzf' Hlioys' Physical Education Club C2, 3, -Hg Track C2, 33. Charles is short in stature, hut tall men are not always those who succeed. Take this little sport, for instance. Who has shown any more school spirit? VVho has contrilwuted any more happy moments during our school days? To know "Charley" is to like him and we feel sure that, on some future day, many will lve lmenehted through our friendship with him. ORPHA-BONITA PRITCHARIJ HSNOUKIE' "Her fvrtxvvzirv lends its uiaruitli lnml wcultli to all who mute before tt." Girls' League C2, 3, 455 Sophomore Dramatic Club C233 Choral Club CZJ: French Cluh C3l: A. IJ. K. C3, 45: Newspaper Club C335 Mirror Staff C3H: C'ln-ui.: Staff C355 Ueclamatiou C433 "Sally"g '29 Christmas Program. An actress, a puhlic speaker, a student! Orpha-Bonita! Her ever ready sympathy and kindness have made her very popular with her fellow-students. Allegany is fortunate in hav- ing such an accomplished young lady as one of her graduates. VVC are sure her successes will increase rap- idly after she enrolls in VVest Virginia Univer- sity. 56 F -WLS ' bitt' ill hr, '- Lvl.. LLIGEWI ' ' ' l93 IxObILlx'I IxAVl LINC N HOB Lzfc 15 not a goblet to bc qmzjfci but a cup I0 be llcd Qexence Club C21 Manual Tralmng, Club C25 Chemxstry Club C2 31 Mwrof Staff C25 Quletness IS the chief tralt of Robert Th1s lad has but httle to say hut when he does utter an opmnon It 15 sald w1th force and dc termmatlon Hrs sojourn m Allegany has not been marked by any startlmg aceomphshments Yet when he has gone hrs absence wxll be uncon sclously felt GLENMORE RICE NX HITIE At pears uzth thc world Orchestra C2 3 41 Band C43 Vlhltle who played the trumpet m our orchestra for three years IS a typncal ladys man Why the popularxty? Maybe IIS hrs soothmg melodles or hrs blonde looks Ier haps 1t s hts sunny dxsposltlon Vle are not certaln as to what lme of en deawor he contemplates followmg We have heard some gossrp about a haberclashery LLDA RICKER RICK When the thmqs lou vc plamzed Need a hclfvmg hand Poetry Club C25 Library Club C2 33 Choral Club C2 35 Travel Club C2 33 fregg, Artusts Club C43 C urls League C2 3 41 For her lug heart her ll'1fCCtl0l.lS laugh and her charmmg domesnc tendencles Rlck wms our pralse She 15 of a. qulet nature but one has a comfortlng feeling when she IS present Her hfe has many hopes and ambmons and we trust they wnll he realwecl 0 X 51 1, Q MIA: 'D 1 ' W ' 3 7 ' ' l IK, .. ., l E IJ tl M I : f . ' ' f Q ' ' : , 1 - . . , Y ' - I I. y ,, C 1 . , Q . n r - ' n , - Y . . , .' . , .' l - 4 . l , - . , . . . . 7 . . '. . I . ' - "Co- owned" by "Wh1t1e" and Brlcker. ' 1 .. ,, : ' Q , 5 ' ' I, : , : 1 " : I AI l ! ' -,N ' . 1. . ,, . ,,f . f' . n 1 1 1 X Q K . . . I y ' I . . . , ., I tl , Q 1 , , -.. 1 ' I -EA .X - 41 , r.ll I l l'-ofml.. I LLIGEW I - ' ' I 9 3 0 lOHN lxllJCVVAY RADIO M411 of fn: l0llf.l arc Ihr but mul QL ence Cl1b C25 Manual TYKIHIIXL Club Cl lhen11stry Club C32 Euchd Club C33 lloy'-. Lookery Club 145 Among the many fr1encls IH our class, surely there IS none nobler than John He IS ener gCl1C laughable and true Nothmg IS spared for all hlS fr1ends and all who know h1m love h1m HIS sehool rareer has been one of toll and lI'llll'l'lDl'l for he has studud long 'md h Lrd and come o11t the WIITIICI lxALl H lxlllhlx Jl PERCY Alums do as 1011 please I lee Club Q2 3 45 Sophomore ljfilmillt Club Q25 llrd Club I2 41 Ralph IS the champmn WISC cracker of tht class For two years he has derwed much joy f1om stagmg a recltal of h1s latest Bla fo1 the benent of Mr Rcmbcrt Although he has nexer taken part lll th The Class of 30 hopes that tht futurc holds much for you, Ralph' lxOlil' R1 lx lxOl3lNl' l'll P 'PY Thr urn of 1115 011:11 mcrzt makzxs 111.1 11111 C Boys l'hys1c1l Educatxou Club Q23 C,'1u1er1 Club 3 4 Puppy IS the Beau Brummel of thc Commerclal Class If you doubt It uk my of the g1rls who park thur Cl'lCWll1g gum 111 lXl1ss Lapp s room Robert does hxghly CI'CClll ablc rlass work H1s amb1t1on I9 to become an accountant for The Potomac Echson Co Qmfe laudable Puppy l May you attam your goa Hl'7A1 q QI 1 Y I if 1 n , , ,ly - y gl- 4 .H .1 Q1 2: I 1 t . , V- . 1 Y Y 3 ' , , ' . ' 1 1 2 i 1: ' . vv I Y I' ' ' 3, Q' .. H V 5 , , 1 - " 4 1 , , . I . . ,, . - ' X ,, i - M l ' 1 ' 1 K' V' , U 'V . I V . - letlcs, he IS a loyal supporter of Allegany. . , , , , . . , , . , .1 UI ,, ll Y! ' H X YY I " , . ' , if 2 P W . ,' , . . - 1 . .. ,Q . ' l , , Q 1 1 ' tk 1 l " l P av: l FX! I , ' - 1 'X - l Ir 1 rj' P av, 1 Y 0 I., 58 A In 1 E 1 'Y LLIGEW l'AUl lNI:, lxOOT POI LY Hu' .slmlt vfum ll door into the sumlzmc bmoml Home Beautiful Club C25 Cregg, Artmsts Club C 5 Quiet and reserwecl our Polly takes llfe as It comes to her 'lhroughout xt all, she con tmues to sm1le She 1S one of the Commerc1al Class and expects to become someone s stenographer The someone who hxres her w1ll be lucky Polly IS also an accompllshed pxamst Is It my wonder that we hate to say Good bye to her? VX LVNAI D lxl l:.Hl Sl EEPH 4mbmon IJ a great gum but rt 18 hard to mich flee Clulr Q2 3 45 Manual rlfilllllllj, Club Q31 LX l lx C A 'Nautical lxnot Qally 'lall well lmuxlt commandmg everyones at lLl'lIl0Il thats Ewald To every project 1llStl tuted durmg our school days, whxch has armed for the betterment of the school Ewald has gn en whole hearted support But Ewald has one fault He IS always gomg to sleep m classes I erhaps these grants need more sleep lx LXTH LXlxllN L RUHI KITTH To bm nz lo r' xv swnplt 'wonderful loetry Cluh K2 33 Newspaper Club C3 43 llrls league 141 llllrror Staff C41 ALLICENVI Staff C41 Ixatharme 15 one of Alleganys flxppest Hap pers Her motto must be Catch em and then lcaxc em Kltty has much school Splflt she IS '1 staunch supporter of Allegany m whatever the school undertakes to do Qhe has made many fI'lCI'lLlS and we are sure they wlll mtss her company I ' ' I 9 3 O VLA I ' 1 ' g 1 ff ' . , 3, 4 . ' Y n sv ' , 1 1 , - . I ' , , - , , tt ' I, I C ' ". ' ' ' ' ' , ' I T A . 3. . -UQ . . 5 - . ,I - . . , I . Y Y , v .A . , , . ' ' . . , . 5 - L than wc average individuals do. .4 . , V 'Q 4 All ' VH A , , v ' 1. , 1 . I4 , , , . ' 1 ., , 1 . 4 1 A , A 1 . , . . U 1 , . I - 'jf' A ' u , C 1 I ' , , u l A. ,, Y. ,g . . I . . ' t w A ' ' 2 t ' , - 4 . . gk 3 . t . lfagfp , N . l ,lf- 'l- P 1 5 I ' I 1 'fOJ'.l.. W rfxff l c . W J A LLIGEW I ' ' - I 9 3 0 ARTHUR ROEDER nARTn "lV0rk a little, sing zz little, sing and lm glad." Hand C3, 4j: Chemistry Club C3, -ll: Cookery Club till. ln September, 1928, this young man came up from "way down south" in Florida to join the Class of '3O. We soon found out that he pos- sessed, in abundance, cheerfulness, gayety, and "pep," So, we welcomed him with out- stretched arms. Though "Art" is one of the little fellows in the class, the total of his gifts to Allegany is large. VERNA SCHOl'1'liRT "JIMMY" "True to l1vr.rvlf, true to lzvr fr'1'uml.r, True to lzrr duty always." Orchestra C2, 3, -U: Choral Club KZ, 3, -lj, "A Nautical Knot." ln the Class of '30, there is a girl whom everybody likes, not only the students, but teachers also. "Jimmy" is a sweet, demure little girl with dancing eyes which show that there is a lot of fun wrapped up in the small package. Verna has talent both as 11 violinist and a singer, and has taken up an active part in the orchestra and Choral Club during her three years at Allegany I-ligh School. MELBA SCOTT "SCOTTIE" "Her fwit und- lmmm' rzlitiuvvx 1'u.x.r,' She is the life of all hm' t'lu.r.r." Home lleautiful Club 127: Library Club CJ, 33: Camera Club C373 A. D. K. HJ. Melba is one of those charming and dashing brunettes whom to meet is never to forget. She is always in love, but you cannot tie her up with one man. She has certainly decided that there is something to the moss-covered adage. "variety is the spice of life." Melba also holds the reputation for being a great traveler. Ever hear her tell the one about "VVhen Doris and l-"? ALLIGEW ' ' - NFT l IE QFI l I SLIT7X A Imht hrrzrt 1110.1 long xrls Physmal Erlucdtxon Club C21 Home lk111t1 ful Lluh C35 l1rls M'm11ql Tra1111111., Llub C-ll Nclllg 1S one of thosn cdrcfru g1rls who mxer worry She IS always 111 for 4 good tlmc 'md generally has It Her m.1111 occupx 11011 19 chattcrmg Wllh her classmates 9e1t7y IS .1 loy'1l supporter of ill 01.11 school 1ct1x1111s and at thc sxmc 111111 om of the but of our sturlcnts IN XO'Xll Sl-lAl'l1l'l SH Xrl Ifwht trll Nw curl flflb l'l1ys1c1l EKlllCdll0l1 Club C2 3 41 fregl., Artlsts Club C31 fll'lS Manu 1l Tfd1l11l1g Llub C-ll l1clrlball C2 3 41 131 11etb1llC2 3 41 Ilrwck C2 3 45 qomeone flymg J.I'Ollllll the corrulors that s QhalT Qhc goes 111 for all athlLt1c contests and always comes up Smlllllg cull thu court fmrl on the fic-lcl th1s g1rl h1s clone womlus for her school Some clay we Oxpcct to hear of her lC'1Clll1g l'N YH 1U111 rf ls a l ut 110 1 1 fl Club C25 emu ub 33 ooker Clum C y cms -lj HOT Qurel vs s 1 11 u er o r or W at w 1 Wlf s 0 lt 1 1 1 y 1 g mr c 1 but 1 w1thst1 1t and s t1mc for mo Q 1mporta11t thmgs Huclrly IS good stuclL11t lllll W1 know h1 w1ll succcerl 111 wh 1t1'xc1 l1c 1111cl1rt'1kcs lub I L- 41713 5000 I fs' ,' 1 ' , Q -. '- W , . .' 1 ' 2 1 ,, Elf, Q' i, ,,i 11 5 11 1 - , , X - li S a lvasketlrall tcam to 21 National Chz1111pio11s ip. M . 0,6 lf, " Om' Il 1 t h 11' ' , ittl' K ir! 1 Y." 5 N ' me lluh C N Sta. 4. I . D '21, 1 2111 l cl tha 1 fx-C. N ll . t u h , ' lcl X lf' Hx 6 U is :h P 's p ' h OI 4 1 "Bu " l 1 lv th 1 . , hw l R . I . . X . R lu 11 ' . , -. , y 2 , , V -'me Y 1' . , . ' ' A Q rf. " L IM llq 4 Y' fe 1 V 1 1 I no ' ' ' rv: I -NJ 61 LLIGBW l ' ' ' I 9 3 0 . l l l l VENITA SHAVV X "NITA" "Trur fricndslzip is bclwvcn flu' good." Sophomore Dramatic Club CZJQ Library Club 135: Gregg Artists Club UU. This young lady with the curly, light hair, is o - one of our Commercial students. Whenever t if, wc get a glimpse of her, she seems to be buried in a ledger. However, the other Com- l mercials inform us that her ready smile and x I3 cheery words radiate happiness throughou . ND. the day. - We are sure that Venita will brighten some lmody's orifice, some day, as his stenograp 1. ' Best wishes, Venita! -1 l l 'Y FUVVARIJ SHIN LT ry , "SHINNY" , V "So quiet and .since , dx A Y Manual Training Club Q2, SJ, Ca era h . K X Edward, though one of the quiet rs of . our class, is an invetcrate tea e . cer N tainly fond of making all sober eni happ s ' At times. "Shinny" just towers o us, it , ' when he condescends to look dow , hc oes 1' so with a huge grin. 4 Edward hasn't told us what he is plan L to do when he leaves Allegany, but we k ' that he will be successful. ' MARGARET SHOHER "MARC" "A truv pirturc' of fmnininv l0zfr'Iiuc's.v." Home Beautiful Club C335 Camera Club 645: Girls' League 145. "Marg" joined our ranks in the junior year, having attended Ursuline Academy during her ,--, V, first two years of secondary education. It f X ' ' didn't take long to become acquainted with X . , "Marg" She has become one of the most de- 'ix K lightful members of our class. Any time she l l , is approached, one finds in her a readiness to Q l 1 help and a kind word for all. ' W We wish "Marg" success in all she attempts. i l I 1 fifth -xmglil rv-v -Q ' 'S-UUUII I fi' ll gf l 4 sf- '11 K l L fu. " ' T "f,- 62 IIN! ALLIGEW JAMES SILLS IM His' yt' 111'.r bu! jU'lHIgl hir e.1'fvr1'icncc Old. flee Club C2 3 43 A D K C43 Mnfvor Staff 45 Behold J1m V Here IS the strong and mlgbty one of the class Strong because he IS a member of Company G Strong an friend shlps strong wxth the fan' sex Mlghty nu h1s knowledge of forestry Jlm has often confided to us h1s deslre to become a U Q Forest Ranger 'lhe Class of 30 vnshes you success ln attammg thus clcslre Fl ORPNCE. QMAll Fl O lfVelzome for her 'wmxome uaxr bucnce Club C21 Clrls League C25 Llbrary Club C23 Travel Club 131 flrls Manual Trammg Club Florence 15 our champlon trophy collector llud you ever notlce the number of boys p1ns that adorn her sweaters She IS one of the doclle students who so carefully observe the rule of sllence m class Flo IS not as shy 'ls one would suppose on first makmg her ac quamtance 'lhe old adage thmgs are sel dom what they seem holds good m her case Al ICF 9'Xll'l H SMITTN 'Ve-ut-r .venous thats Srmttx Orchestra CZ 3 45 Qulet dcmure and sweet thats Ahce She is an energetlc student and IS well llked by her fellow classmates and mstructors Ahce has wonderful musreal ab1l1ty and w1ll probably have a career as a muslclan Best 0 luck Ahce' VVe hope you become as great 'ts Krelsler l ' ' I 9 3 O M54 rv-vw ggi' HJ H F , , 9 - . V - 4 ' ' C - rr ' H - - 1 KK ' ll l ' ' , . ' ' ' . . '. . ". f .Q " 3 1' g ' A 2 : I ' " C43- 7 . . , . ' if ' ' lf KI 17 ' L ' ' 1 u ' - . , - fy - , 5 K I , . , 1 . r ' "Never blue, always witty, I . , , . . ' v . - -. ' '. ' -s fl I' . ' 1 . I . . ' , X T h j . . , x , 5 . . . 3 , 1 ' A t , . . 1 bins I .nj- , . ' 1 I ' - I' 1' , 'x , Ii rl lg A 'H pl IPS G' 1 f ' h A-. "' 'U -.1?Ll.V-,A 63 JMMV NIGEW lm-M P771 CARI QNTITH CESQ Ilzs Ilmbr zcmr znvf 111 mnulx mold For llllldt rlvoffx U1 fu11q1rr-rt: bold Bird Club C21 Iloys Physical Educmon Club C3 4 Track C2 3 41 The boy Wlth the tooth paste smlle Cess IS generally known wlll be sadly mlssed at Allegany He ts studlous enough not to be called a campus landmark athletlc enough to show hrs heels to other cmder path men and sporty enough not to be called a colleglate Beau Brummel Hls personahty ridtates llke an llllllCSCCI1t llght md his sxuu dome mor Inc-tokens x consummatt gcntlcmnn CHARI F9 QNITH AMOS Ar dark and VP11.YfI'7l01lY as a .vtormx myht Tresldent of Boys Suence Club C21 Orchestra C2 31 President Boys Cookery Club C41 H Y C3 41 Band Drum Major C41 Soccer C3 41 Basketball C3 41 Baseball C3 41 Charles Gordons cheerful CllSIJOSltl0H 19 ln evldence not only 1n class and on the campus, but on the athletic courts as well In fact he IS one of the best hked men 1n the class and he has a host of frxends who wxll regret hrs FRED SMITH QNIITTX Am t low' grand? flee Club C2 3 41 Manual Tramnng Club C21 'track C2 3 41 a y Well look whos comlng down the street Fred and his latest Fred certamly does thlnk there are some fine attractlons rn the 'iopho more Class He IS ont of our members who tells us he mtends to enter a conservatory of muslc but from the way thmgs look we be heve he intends to meet some llttle glrl 'tt an altar and that they both wull enter 1 rose covered cottage VVLII Fred we wlsh you luck lll whlch ever p ith vou takc I l 5-in In D savv- 1-.. 'H' . I . - . I Q 3 0 , . . My . . X - ' . , , . . ' ,U ' 3 .' .' z ' f ., J: ' ' , , - ' U ' ,!Y Ki 57 ' I ' , v . . , - ' . Y it . 17 . Y - K 1 z ' . ' . - ' , 2 ', .1 'f -1 . 1 . . x ' ' 1 . . .. 1 ' 1 Rf , : s l ' : 1- , 9 5 , 1 , : , - - - ' ' 1 ' - I departure. A 4 . - I .. H, ' . 5 'ng R. " I 5 ' , , 5 ll . , . 1 - - K - A ,N s 1' X 3 xl -. - ff C I, , . . . x - C 1 . ' . ' . .' 1 I r h , K . t X Q . . 1 B h J 1 1 '. , 5 F x Nl 1 , I lv- l l 1 glbll "Q 1 ,17 s . l ' Q ,- , P ' l S 1 r. r r , I I ri' I I ' l l V 1 V. , .n.. F 1 LJ- -l 64 ALLIGEWI ' " l930 MARGARET SMITH "SlNlITTY" - ' "I1nppy as a lark." IPL A Euclid Club CZDQ Home Beautiful Club C313 Travel , fyvs9' Club 143. , To the casual observer, Margaret' E. is a 5 U dignified, reserved, conscienuous maiden, but OJ . ' to those who know her best she 'is a Jolly, ' good sport and up to all sorts of mischief. "Smitty" is a mixture of friendliness, deter- mination, vigor, fun, Hllfl a wee spice of 111- difference. MARGARET SMITH "MARGE" "Who will bring lmrk thc days of jimi In-uc' Home Beautiful Club 125: Camera Club C335 Travel Club 1315 Library Club C4J. Sweet, shy, demure, lovable-with hazel eyes and brown hair-is Marge. She is a eonseien- tious student, very dependable and determined. ' She is also a steadfast friend. Margaret is one of the rare type who you picture in a kitchenette-just a home-loving girl. MARY MARGARET SMITH '-sM11"1'Y" "ln lrrr bouquet of rlumn'tz'r then' arf many flowers: franfeizcm, ,n'm'z'1'ity, yrumurity, and t'l1rr1'f1rl11v,v.r." Girls' League C235 Choral Club C2, 3, 453 French Club C335 Camera Club C313 Girls' Manual Training Club C-U. Smiles, smiles, and more smiles! That ex- presses our happy friend, "Smitty.'l She is chucked full of fun and is our walking news- ,,.f' X, paper. Honestly,we couldn't get along without V," "Smitty." X ,' ' Happiness radiates from her charming coun- 1 1 tenance, and the gloomiest day is sunny when x , she is present. VVith all her delightful char- ' acterlstics, she is a true friend, and we wish her lurk. 3 l l i llxulb qlrlQ 97721 'W li ill! A43 lfr f- ? i 1 hr. "" ' -oL-.l.-- 65 A LL-IGEW l"'l930 JOHN SPITZNAS 'QTOHNNIEU " 'Tis n wise boy who knows his own tcaclicrf' President of A. D. K. C455 President of the Student Council C455 President of the Sophomore Dramatic Club C255 President of the Library Club C352 Hi-Y C2, 3, 455 Declamation C455 Debate C3, 453 Track C253 Manager of the Football Team C35. Spitznas, leader of men! You will agree with us when you have heard some of his speeches. We envy his vocabulary and his never-ending vigor. As the adage goes, "Where there's a will, there's a way"-so, John is always sure to find a way for everything, also a why and a where- fore. All hail to John! GENEVA SOWERS HGEVAH "Whoever live: true life, -will low' true low." Girls Physical Education Club C2, 3, 45: A. D. K. C455 Girls' League C45: Fieldhall C353 Manaier of Fieldball C45g Manager of Basketball C455 Trac C355 "A Nautical Knot"g "Sally." Here's to Sowersl She is one of those carc- free girls who meet life with a smile. During her school days at Allegany, she has won many friends and backed Alco in all her ac- tivities. We are worried about "Geva." Her sudden interest in VVashington and Prep football makes us wonder if she will engage in a com- mercial career or set sail on the sea of matri- mony. JOHN STORER "j0HNNIE" "Work and you shall succeed." Library Club C253 Chemistry Club C353 Boys' Cook- ery Club C45. Monsieur Storer, during his abode with us, has gained the reputation of being "the ,f C ' school's bachelor." His stay, however, has X , been one of inspiration and joy, both to him- 5. " self and to his comrades. lNe now bid him ' 5 Godspeed on the remaining way of life's jour- X I ney. Q , 4 ' lx l ! i 1 ' l l i I ' -ir 1 "" 1-, llilb I glint - - l lg ill li Z4 lt' I "I i ' 1 i l i ,lr ,iv 66 l I 1 l M fl! XX 1 i i 4 dh '11 E iii ll: , .jenna ,iw ,,.i,J.'jJ, fl A 'jul LLIGEWI - 4 W , - Y I gl aj ELEANOR STRAUH "llUl"FlE" "Sim is nll f1m'fm'tim1s." Latin Club CZ, 315 Forensic Club C-U5 Newspaper Club C415 Mirror Staff C4J. Words are inadequate to express the person- ality of Eleanor. Her kindness d gentleness of manner are her outstaidin raits. Her loyalty makes her the mo ightful friend. Our most ardent wish you, Eleanor, is that the great world 'll u as yc u ' e treated "litt us." Ib . . all .' 'PA IS TRC " 0 nent , bz'l0'L'r'd by ull." Mgt? I -ir s' Le uc C2 ? ioral Club C235 Home Beauti- ul C i Trav l Club C415 "A Nautical Knot." niet, iiassuming, somewhat reserved- ow look cut! She's foolin'-but that's one f the attr' ctions of "Mid's" personality. She s sincere, sympathetic, and an ideal pal. ln peaking of her, as a student and as a friend, one has to use superlatives, 'cause she's just that kind of a girl. CHARLES SXNARNER "CHUCK" "A truer friend rnnnot be found." Bird Club C215 Boys' Physical Education Club C255 Chemistry Club C355 Boys' Cookery Club C4J. There are few people at Allegany who do not know "Chuck" for his striking physique has won for him a host of admirers. He has never been prominent in our social activitiesg instead, he has devoted his time to academic activities. He is a good student but, at the same time, believes in mixing fun with his work. Good luck to you, Chuck! 67 v O 952 I li 2 W .Q .AQ A u 123115 D777 . 5 is lil , , l i LLIGEW I"-l930 JAM ES SYMONS USF, "Hi: nature is genial." Glee Club CZ, 315 Travel Club C3, 413 Gregg Artists C3, 413 Soccer C41. "Si" is the masculine exposition of the the- ory of perpetual lip motion. He is willing to give a practical demonstration of the fact any hour of any day. James is an expert in the art of error-making in typewriting. For veri- fication see Mr. Solt. Perhaps typewriting is beneath Sir James' notice. The Class of '30 hopes that whatever busi- ness may be honored by "Si's" presence, will receive the benefit of his energy and perse- verance. MARTIN TENNEY, JR. "CHAMP" "And he would write love dittiesfassing rare, And then would :mga to his La ye Fawn." Bird Club C215 Track C2, 3, 4, 51: Soccer C3, 41: Baseball C315 Alcohi Mirror Staff C315 "A Nautical Knot", "Sally." Three rousing cheers for Martin-Alle gany's champion golf player! Not only is Martin a genius with a mashie or niblick but he is a greater genius with the women. Girls! Can he dance? When the lights are low and the orchestra is playing some sweet, dreamy melody, the "Champ" is there. MARGARET THOMPSON "TOOTS" "The mort manifest sign of 'wisdom is routinucd cheerfulnesd' Orchestra C2, 3, 41. Who doesn't know this pretty little blonde? There are few of us who don't. For her ready smile and charming personality have won for her many true friends. "Toots" appears to be very quiet, but we, who know her, realize that she has plenty of "pep" and humor. She is also known as one of Miss Willison's promi- nent violinists. Margaret intends to teach school, and we feel sure that she will be successful. i ff XX f X l fllffi l li Z ,nl '- . . .. - -...-...- , W.: :F ff ,, 45. I.L r , 68 I QGF X ALLIGEW gg-LI Bl:,RYI lUCIxlLlx JUST UILRYI A1 qnut und wsu cd as the mudL.1t rlolct Travel Club K-U Beryl came to Allegany thxs year lhc Lommerelal Department IS exceedlngly fortu nate and proud to clalm her as one of 1ts own Here IS a gxrl who seldom Cl1Sd.gI'LLS Wlth any one her outstandmg traxt IS agreeableness That cant be sald of everyone Beryl con tmue so and you w1ll succeed FlxANLlb TVVIGC I RENIC HISE flllflfllf I dr mc not I nm ul 111 Boys Physreal hdueatron Club C2 3 45 fregg Artlsts Cluh C41 Track C3 45 Aha, who IS ZISP TIS none other than dear Frenchlse one of the gems of the Com mercxal department He IS one of M155 Lapp 5 bookkeepmg stars We also have heard that Fl'LIlCl'llS0 IS extremely mterested ln Y work and that he I9 an expert llfe saver Sh' Sh' lt 19 whlspered 111 the corrulors that FYI-1l'lClS 19 qulte a Ixomeo with the fm sex Bon voyage l"l'dl'lClQl l EO '1 NA ll Q TNVILGIE lznt uhm: I ran rlccp zelwn I tau uork Alu-11 I cant get out of rt Boys Ihysxcal Edueatwn Club C2 3 45 boecer C3 45 Basketball C3 41 lf you should hear some pretty eo ed ask 'mother who the cute boy w1th the cotton ha1r m1ght be she would reply Oh you dont know h1m7 VVhy thats leo Twlgg star of Alleganys basketball team Asxde from hemg attractive to the lxdles leo excells 1n bookkeepmg When better books are kept Leo w1ll keep them l' -l95O Slant ,P 1 . 1. 1 - , H rs ' Q U 11 , ', . ,UU ,. V,' 'I' 1 1 1 .5 ' ri - i .1 I . . - ! ' xl . , - . , . . 4 , . . 1 1. 7 - 11 1 , "Bc ' -fri f b tl 1'lfIl." 1 ' ' ' . 1 . I ' Y 1 1 l . , ., . . . , , U A ' Ubi. ' - . . I. , 1 ' 7 1 1 1 f 1 H X ' Y! ' x N ' N ' ll H 1 ' 1 ' - ' . 1 1 : I i . 5 X l , 1 . 1 ' , ' . . , , , . . 4 1 I .1 - 11 1. - , , , , , , U ' I - 11' 1 . .1 1 .' ' . ' . , - 1 1 1 1 l y I H I B ' X H H 1 fb - ' 11 1 -. 1 1 1 1 I y ' 1 . , - -, .1 K 1 11 2 X , N X Y . . H l , . ' ,, 4 1. l , , , 1 ll I I l 'Qing l 1 - tv I. 4 ' fy 5 1 l 5 ' I 'x 1 -1 d- 4 . .- P fn 1 1 1 l , hr. 1, I 5'-limi.. l .i.J . .-J 69 : ' ' I 9 -f 5-L ll.- l X ' 'S' ff, x 0 1 rp ivy: MILDRED VANDERGRI FT "M1LLIE" "Hr1fvfvy am I, from care.: I'm frrcf N Why can't you all be happy like mr?" Sophomore Dramatic Club 12lg Choral Club 13, 43: Home Beautiful Club 133: Girls' League 13, 453 News- paper Club 143: Mirrov Staff 1439 "A Nautical Knot": "Sally." A little work and a little fun make "Millie" a very delightful girl. She is our ideal high school student. VVhile she does good work in all her classes, "Millie" is always willing to help in any extra-curricular activity. While she has never taken part in athletics, her "shining" face is always seen, along the side- lines, ardently cheering our team to victory. RIC! lARlJ VAN HORN -.VANH "Hi: slow and easy air Has made him popular everywlzerc." Manual Training Club 121: Glee Club 13, 45, Track 12, 3, 415 Football 12, 3, 45. A smile that wins, a personality that holds, self respecting without conceit, with a fiend- ish grit-that's "Van," who represented Alle- gany at her best, when, as a linesman, he par- ticipated in the act of making La Salle's mighty football team "bite the dust" on Thanksgiving Day. Here's best wishes to a real man! MABEI. VAN SANT "VAN" "Gifted with .ro much that is c.1:rellcnt." Latin Club 12, 35: History Club 1433 Newspaper Club 1453 Mirror Staff 143. Have you ever heard of the South's beauti- ful girls? We present "Van," a girl from the "Sunny South," with smiling blue eyes and hair. Who could ask for more? Her her conversational ability have friends. of '30 wishes you happiness! 3 0 LLIGEWI - - l93O lXlOlxY XX Al L18 ENINIY A fellou of mimtc fmt Of most excellent funn Urchestra C2 ee Cluv C3 43 Octettc C43 Track C2 33 Sclence Llub C23 Emory IS a member of the old gang fI'lLIlCl to all wlth a chcery smlle and a mus1 cal way Have you heard Emory play a V1 ohn? lf you have not you ve mxssccl a treat He IS onc of Allcganys flncst IUIIQICIHIIS and tfter gracluatlon expects to COIIUIIUL hus musl cal stuclus VK c expect to set h1m on thc con cert st tgc lm fore many ytars 1 l Olx1'Nl,E VX Alxlslhl I3 Fl OSQIE lllrudvn 'Luth the mack bruun M as In 'zclmvr ozbx a slmdau her ttrls League C2 33 Travel Club C43 Setrttar Sophomore Class C23 The XX hole 'lown s Talking. llortncc IS a gnl whom muy humol then takes your heart wlth a smnle Al though she has newer taken an actnc part tn Allcganys HCtlXllll9 she his rttametl hcr m my fl'lLl1ClS lwy her wlllmgncss to ltncl a htlplng h incl El NHRA NN EAKI AND MIRA rztzll to um md um to 1 Home Iiexntlful Cluh C23 Travel Clnh C33 Ctrls l eague C43 A quiet little glrl w1th clark brown han lmluc eyes and the school gxrl complexxon thats Elmlra Thls httlc lass has numerous f!'lCYlflS luv v1rtue of her pleasmg pcrsonallty tl d wmmng Ways VX hatewcr may he your goal xn llfe wc know you w1ll attam lt for you possess thc l'LQlllSltC l1dl1llC9 which makc success 515 1.5 llf I v , ' ' l l J ' , 3, 435 Band C2, 3? 434 QI ' l , 1 7 ' : ' , : - ' an , vx-Ll 1 , Y .' , , ' . W '- . ' , . X - 1 . 1 i I 8 . -Y 2 , , , , ., . ' . 1 , , . ' . - J , - ,. , , . . " ' F I v - ' lv ' I , A ., v 5 Z , 4 V L . ,, yy K' , f L u - - yi, Z ,- yin r . -. .bw comes, who makes frlencls wlth a slde glance ', K. . . E X v 1 l. l . ,., . . ' ' 2 . "lVitl 1 'ill V 1 Il 'rj vin." ' 2 ' 3 g I' :' A ' ' . . , I ' ' ', , , , U - V H V '11 ' T . t I I ' , .. . ' ' ' q ' . - , 1 K , . l ' lv.. Ea., ' lx , ..A 4 .- Z I A '-uf L.. 71 ALLIG-EW l ! 1 'XX f' '- f Xl ' 'x l I 1 lit I QQ 72 l i930 RUTH VX'l:1l3liR "RUl"US" "She .rilx liiylz in all frolilzir 11 1'111' ts." Choral Club CZ, 3, 413 Sophomore llrzu 11:n tie Club C213 Camera Club 131g Gregg Artists Club C419 "A Nautical Knot." Behold the countenance of a true Allegan- ian. Ruth takes a great interest in her school work and has accomplished much in her com- mercial activities. She shall easily make friends in the business world, for she has made many in high school. Allegany regrets losing you, Ruthg but, she knows you will make a wonderful stenographer for some great business firm. ELTON NYENRICIQ "STREETCAR" 'Fair lrzriirnr dog my f00l.rte1'.v." Science Club i213 Glee Club C3, 41: Track C213 "A Nautical Knot"g "Sally"g "A Riddle of Isis." Elton is a gentleman, the quintcssencc of all the finer qualities. ln addition, he possesses the most attractice manner and is a recognized participant in musical and social circles. "Streetcar" has a keen sense of humor, and the happy faculty of amusing the fairer sex. Elton will not be forgotten. W'El-l. l NGTON VX'l-IEELILR -.Ji ,En "Give mc liberty or yin' mc death." Manual Training Club CZ, 31: lloysl Physical Ed- ucation Club CS, 415 Football C3, 415 Track QS, 41. Here before us, we have no less a person than the noted VVellington. ln our Sopho- more year, "joe" had the reputation for lead- ing all his classes. Alas and alackl This was not for long. "Joe" developed a severe case of "extra-curriculitisf' This malady remained with him throughout his high school career and has proved a great factor in his success. For "joe" became a regular on the varsity football team. M .l '-v 'x i uiv, 4156 ' Iii . Z ': hr nk., rQGlF ALLIGEW COIJIIL VX HITNIAN Jew tomb I mu fum' Io the uolld ilzv but um hun' flu' best uzll como bull' to mu Sophomore Dramatle Club C23 Choral Club C2 33 lr.-xvel Club C31 I urls lea ue 131 Hlstory Club Q43 Newspaper Club C41 One of the best workers 1n our class' What more could be saxd of Codlep Her grades haw. always been above average and every teacher pralses the quallty of her work Codne IS a loyal supporter of all the school LCIIXIUCS especlally the A140111 Mzrror W cannot predict what the future holds ul store fol her, but we know that she surely wlll bnng fame to Allegany llYlx'l LIL VN HITMAN JUST MYRTLE Mfllvrz I nerd a frzcnd xou rc there Choral Club C2 3 41 French Club CCH Camera Club C33 flrls Manual Trannng, Club C43 A Nau tual lxnot lo know her ls to xdmne her Her person allty 19 A perenmal questlon mark a eryptxc symbol of silence and mystuy one whose motn es and llltClltlOl'lS are not easlly gucssed md whose seemmg ll'lKlllTCI'CllCC md srnous ness constztutr an dllllflllg subltty lht to her xntlmate frxends, she IS somewhat dlffelent They see a Wltfy hght hearted person to whom added charm VVho would not call htr frlendl JAMES VX IAN'1 IM Altlzouqlz the field be lol! All rx not lost Science Club C23 lioys Physical lfducatuon Klub C33 I rapt, -Xrtxsts Club C3 41 Tloys Cookery Club C-ll Track 12 35 -XLLICEWI Staff C-lj Tames IS one of our best Commerelal stu dents He IS 4 CllllgCIlt pupll yet he Ends tlme to support many of our extra currlculal lctnltxes 'ind mdulge 111 many social pleasures I1m IS xery fond of the wee Sophomore glrls and hardly a day passes wlthout some httltg glrl exclalmmg Have you seen my 1m The Class of 30 wlshes you luck 1Il love and success m hfe I"'l930 qlrfb 53' Eli' 'mf . , Ar, , H , . . .. ' H .' Q - U 'y ' 1 l ' A , 1 " , 1 4 , . . g 9 ' 1 2 . Y. . y . . m t . . Q V C -I 1 x x ' l , v ' ' f td ' ' H Q . v , . , 9 , I Y . , , . , , - f ': 2 " . - C - , ' , ' Y , '. ' . , ' . . , t 'I , X , 1 . 2 ' ' ' 1 . 2 ' '- l . 1 ' . ' ' . 1 , 1 x . Y I - x characterlstlc frankness and smccrity lend an HJ N k'.' .1 v, V 5 5-, S' . 1 ' 3 I ff , , ,' , Q 5 .' , f , Q ' , Q . 1 ' . ' . ,Aim ' X' . r . . . - fx , I - . g , Q , ' X I . 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W ' - l Q f f v , 1 Y 4 .- if . f.I r 1 . ll , I ll A l ...J . 11-,n,. 73 A min- l P711 l I LLIGEW I I93O H NlxlxY VX ILI lAlXlS BAQHTUI .Smtms IA !lflllC'l4!1011lX bt tumq creme Club 25 lhrd Cub 3 Trey, Xrtrsts Llulu K3 -H lloys Cookery Club Q45 Hdrly IS the speed demon of the claw No no you gucesul wrongly He clotsnt own x rovulotu The typewriter 19 hls wtakuess mcl we awure you that the lwoy can mike the keyQ Hy VX: ctll hum Bfwhtul lwtcmsn he lme nevu fallen lor one of the weaker mx llut we In luxe hu. lclq re 'ITL Challglllg Vlatch out' lhls lwoy li 1 fmt worker' l XXILS VN ll l IXHSON I RIL lxl XX ILR Hold that lmrf enre Club CZJ f ee Club 3 uve K Footlnll C3 4 re 19 1 C ext t e n 1 lixlcklfxyer lm his gumcl thw worthy namt lmy xntue of tht fact that he wxs tht lacl who went lnto the l 1 Smlle Alltgmy foutlnll glma when there was lwut two minutes to play mtl LJ. 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I ' ' I - 'X . ffvcl' . .f V i ' -74' ' LEAH MV-ILl.lSON l ' f I, I f ' ' "DEE" I VJ K "Thr rarest of fmeelxf' ' 4 Sophomore Dramat.icAClub 1235 Newspaper Club V- 123: Presidenf, Debating Club 133: Camera Club 143, President, Forensic Club 143: Fieldball 12, 3, 433 ,A Track 12, 43: Basketball 12, 433 Declamation 13, 43: ' - A" Mirror Staff 133. Here's our star! Leah is quite an all- round athlete, starring in fieldball, track, and basketball. She was captain of the basketball team in her Senior year. lf you arehso misfortunate as not to know, her personality is piquant, her manner viva- cions, and her smile bewitching. MAIJELINE XfYlN'l'lilUlYER "MAl3lJY" "Harte Hive, llvvlllflll, and bring with thee fast and youthful jollityf' Girls' Physical Education Club 1235 Library Club 123: French Club 1335 Girls' League 1235 Girls' Mau- ual Training Club 143. A real student, a good sport, and a true friend-that's "lXladdy." She is the true Al- leganian-supporter of all her activities, the pride of all the teachers. She possesses a sunny disposition and has mastered the art of smiling when skies are darkest. VVe wish you success in all your undertak- ings. OLIVE NYINTERMYFR "XY1NNlE" "All tlmtlr sweet and true, Always .vmiling, never l7f1Jt'.'l Home lleautiful Club 12, 33: Gregg Artists' Club 1433 Girls' Manual Training Club 143. Since coming to Allegany, Olive has made a place for herself that none can dispute. hveryone knows her by that friendly smile, ' V for she always has time to say, "Hello!" She X ' declares she is going to become someone's ,N stenographer, but we wonder. Anyway, we '-, N wish her the best of luck and the best that the N future can give. I , rl K w :QQ ' vi. ilu? 938 o-vviv' - K , ld 1 " sl '- , 'E ll I .ll 4 lsr? I Y- r 1 , -Q, A-1 Qu. ' ' '- oixl.- 75 ALLIGEW l - ' - I 9 3 0 BERTHA WISE "llIiRTlE" "Dark hair and big ill'01Q!1l eyes, I You never .raw a girl like I'V1sc. ' Girls' Physical Education Club C2, 3, -U1 Library Club C315 Girls' Manual Training Cluh C419 Trac' C3J. Of course we all know "Bertie" She's one ot A1legany's heart-breakers. VVe wonder if her powers lie in those flashing, brown eyes. "Bertie's" gift of gab has won her a host of friends. Although she has not played on any of our athletic teams, she has always been a true supporter of all our athletic activities. ELEANOR VVISE HIBRUNIEH "A face 'tvith gladnesx 01ger.rfn'z'arl, Soft smiles by human kmdncss bred." Girls' Physical Education Club C255 Camera Club C333 Library Club C353 Gregg Art-ists Club C435 Girls' Manual Training Club C4j. "Bruniel" Her very nick-name describes her, for Eleanor is a charming brunette. She can shake a wicked ankle when it comes to dancing and can make friends spontaneously with her ready wit and personal magnetism. Here's to you, "Brunie," may you go through life as you have gone through high school- without a care. GLADYS MILFGRIJ VVITT "GLADIE" "Variety is the 1JE'1'j' .vfvirc of life That gives it all its flavorf' Home lleautiful Club C2, 335 Girls' Manual Train- ing Club C-D. Here is a girl who was certainly given 11 name to suit her, for Gladys is the personifica- tion of gladncss. VVho ever saw her in a gloomy mood? Gladys has specialized in commercial work, and we are sure that she will soon be a good private secretary to some wealthy business man. A lm!! D771 El' LLIGEWl ' -- l930 CHARLES WOT Eh CHARI IE Alf1101ll1,l hes qmvt he 1x stmdx When tnlled upon he v alum.: renrlx Orchestra Q21 1 nd Uh flee Club C3 43 font ball C41 Snappy sparkhng and gay IS Charles Hrs happy go lucky manner has chased mmy a frown from anothers face Charhe was one of the guards on the hnc of that famous football squad whlch repre sented Allegany durmg the season of Z9 Hrs play was always outstandmg VVe who know Charlle, are sure that were thc future an open book we would ser Ch xrhe as a successful busmess m Ill MAHEI WOI FORD MEHBE A snll tongue maketh a 'wise head Travel Club C3 41 Girls League I-ll Nlebbe as she IS affectlonately known by her fr1ends and classmates IS a frxend to all and IS always ready to lend a helpxng hand VVe regret th at she has been wrth us but two short years Mabel has not taken an actlve part Ill the extra currlcular act1v1t1es but has devoted most of her t1mc to her studles She has been able however to mlx conslderable pleasure wlth the studmes Whatexer she l1l1ClCl'lllCCQ to do rn life, we wrsh for her the best of success DORA YEARGAN DUMB DORA Her presence drzzex dull ran' num Crrls Physical Educatmn Club 125 Home Ileautx girl 3503 KZJ Camera Club C33 Bxrrl Club 133 A D What w1ll you have? Here IS cverythlng the gods glVC lil one Anyone who has ever seen Dora at a dance m a class or on the campus w1ll not need to be persuaded of the advantages of co educatlon There w1ll be many to mlss her 'md ber pl ice w1ll not easlly be hlled 434 l I u y - - , ' I 'K V u V l v." . g la . 1 I ' , 5 ' - . , , ' ' . l, - - ' I 1 C u - n , ' - . , . n I - '11 , , , , , , L v u , ' u - 1 u nr - , - 1 . , 1 1 1 ' , 1 - . . . . y i x 4 ' , I , . . . 1 . Y A 2 I . . A .. ,. rr ' 1 , - , ,yr I. , . . 5 .- 5 ' : ' , : A . . ,IX . . X . ,- . , , ly l l . ' . l 1 ' - , Q l I ., , . 1 . lk 1 I l 7 l 5-:rg ...' 'S . up-1 . 1 l .' .Q ,Q , .1 ,t p N - Al r ' v l f 15 ,I l in ln '-ag-.n.. f 77 I ' ' - I 9 3 CLIFTON YOUNGBLUOIJ 'Cl.IF" "Though, zfnnquislimi, he r01c'rl argue still." Science Club C2, 355 Sophomore Dramatic Club CZ5: llird Club C355 Camera Club C455 A. D. K. C455 Mirror Staff C455 "Sally"5 '29 Christmas Program. Hark ye! VVhat maketh all this uproar? Ah! 'Tis little Clifton and his Kline." Here is the champion blufter and self-dubbed ex- pounder of the class. The most peculiar part of it all is that he really makes a success of it, particularly with some of the faculty. Although he was not an athlete, he attended every contest and used that gab to rattle op- ponents and cheer our own players. lRMA ZEMBONYER "IRM" "To err is human, to forgive di1'inv." Sophomore Dramatic Club C255 Choral Club C255 Camera Club C355 President, Newspaper Club C455 Mirror Staff C455 "A Nautical Knot." When you are blue and need the inspiration of a sunny smile, find this miss and get a dash of sunshine. Irma, during her last year at Allegany, has been one of the maiustays on The Alcohi Mir- ror Staff. Thatls why you always see her rushing through the corridors. Even though she is busy, make her acquaintance if you have not already done so. She's the kind of girl everyone wants to know. EMMA ZIHLMAN "JUST ElNll5TA" "Life has no blessing like u prudent friend." French Club C255 Forensic Club C355 Travel Club C45. It would be hard to imagine a more cheery person than Emma, and it would be impossible to find one who has contributed more to the brightness and goodness of life than she. She is a girl whose popularity will never wane and whose vivid personality cannot fail to win for her an enviable place in the outside world. THE PROPI-IECY Strange things happen to us sometimes and mysterious gifts are apt to fall "out of the everywhere" into our hands just when we least expect them. I had said I would never again be surprised at anything, but when a newspaper dropped into my lap from the air about me, I was willing to take back the rash vow I had made, for it was certainly a startling occurrence to say the least, to say nothing of my amazement when I read the name and date HCl'MllliRI.AND livi-:NINQL G'AZli'l'TE-.ILIHC 4, l945." X'Vhere did it come from? And could it all signify something to me? I was never one to remain long in suspense when the means of gratifying my curiosity were at hand, or obtainable, and I opened the paper hastily and from the records of Fifteen years yet unborn here are some of the things I read. -X t'l'l'Y VXfICATIrII'iIQ Max. 99, Klin. 80, Glnmhrrlanh iuvning MEIZPIIP XY A R M E R Set Xlax. 775 Ilay- Ifairg River-Boiling Vol. LXXVI I I-No. -l-092 Cumberland, IXIaryland, june -I, 1945 Price Two Cents 77777767756 TO BEGIN AT NEW YORK Construction to Start at Once NVashington, june 3-The plans for an immense bridge which will span the Atlantic Ocean have just been handed to the Government by Mr. VVil- liam Gearheart. The bridge will begin at New York and terminate on the shore of Eng- land, the detinite place not hav- ing been decided yet. "The project will bring about a clos- crrelationship between Europe and America, and, although it will cost an enormous sum, I firmly believe it can be accom- plished within tive years," states Mr Gearheart. "Then, we Americans, while motoring to Europe will be able to enjoy the invigorating sea air," he added. The plan was very enthusiastically ac- cepted by the authorities at Xtashington. Bridge To Span 1411011176 HARRY BYER CHOSEN K. N. CANDIDATE REVIVAL OF ABSOLUTISM? Exponent in Paris Chicago, June 3-flfwald Reuhl, of Chicago, is now in Paris endeavoring to revive ab- solutism in France. Mr. Reuhl has confided to us that he ex- pects to become prime minister when King Goober III becomes monarch. Mr. Reuhl has published many pamphlets on "Glorifying the lilivine Right of Kings," which have caused much dis- cussion, At present Mr. Reuhl is in concealment be- cause he fears violence from French officials. MRS. R. VALLE SEEKS RENO DIVORCE New York, june 3-Miss Nlary Gehauf, the well known divorcee, who is a brilliant fig- ure among the smart set of New York, is obtaining a di- vorce from her third husband, Rudy Valle, and is now resid- ing in Reno until the proceed- ings, which Mr. Valle has not contested, are completed. It is rumored that Miss Gehauf in- tends to remarry her second husband who has made an enormous fortune in oil. Re- sides being a talented actress, Miss Gehauf has featured in many radio concerts, both by her singing and declamatory powers. IS GRADUATE OF A. H. S. lA'ashington, June 3-Harrv Bycr, formerly of Cumber- land, Md., has been chosen candidate for presidency by the Know-Nothing-Party. This 1-C- port came out today and the Know-Nothing-Party is cer- tain that Mr. Bycr is capapp. of representing them. Mr. Byer is an able states- IUHU, getting his Hrst training in Alleghany .High School when be was president of the Clase Ot '30, lktwi- Television Perfectecl Special by A. II.-Cambridge. KI.:-iss., June -I-Professor john Ridgeway of the llflassachu- setts Institute of Technologv announces today the perfection of Television apparatus. Page Two CUMBERLAND EVENING GAZETTE SENATOR COPE VISITS HOOVER RESIDENCE Cleveland, june l-J ohn L' o p e visited ex-president Hoover over the week-end. Mr. Hoover requested the pres- ence of Mr. Cope at his home to attend the ball that was giv- en for his son. He is return- ing to his home in Cleveland before leaving with the presi- dent's party for their summer camp. ..,0,.4. BEGGAR WILLS FORTUNE TO BALTO. WOMAN .-L4 Baltimore, june 3-Catherine Metz, of Baltimore, Maryland, has inherited a fortune from a beggar whom she helped at one time. It has been discovered that the beggar was the wealthy Mr. Gathergold, who amassed his fortune through begging. Mr. Gathergold was so touch- ed with the kindness of Miss Metz, who gave him food one winter day that he resolved to leave ber his fortune. lt is be- lieved that the sum left Miss Metz was fifty thousand dol- lztrs. OVER NIAGARA FALLS IN A BARREL New York, June 3!Arthur Roeder, daredevil and adven- turer, has again gone over Niagara Falls in a barrel. This is an extremely daring feat and many people came down to see Mr. Roeder start on his exploit. Mr. Roeder said that he real- ly enjoyed his adventure and recommends this method of travel to the people of the United States IN VENTS WINGLESS PLANE Akron, Ohio, june 3-Col- onel Vincent Dela Grange has finally completed his newest in- vention in the airplane line. The great air-king, as he is called, has produced an entirely Wingless plane which is pro- pelled by a motor and re- sembles a motor boat in its construction. He was aided in the experiment by his friend, Col. Lindbergh, who is also a genius along that line. The machine is, as yet, not per- fected enough for practical use but Col. Dela Grange states that "It will be on the market before a year has passed." -.l.0.-l. TWIGG HEADS PINTO Y. M. C. A. Pinto, june 3-It was an- nounced tonight that Francis Twigg would head the new million dollar Y. lvl, C. A. at Pinto. This building has two large swimming pools and over five hundred rooms. Mr. Twigg has done everything in his power to make the Y. M. C, A, the best in America. This has been accomplished through his efforts in raising money to Finance this project and he has well earned his position. llo.-l. DIXON MADE SHERIFF OF PINTO Pinto, Md., June 3-Leroy Dixon has again been appoint- ed sheritt of Pinto. Mr. Dix- on in the past has very ably filled this position and restored order in the once lawless town of Pinto. Mr. Dixon was for- merly known as the "two-gun sheriff" which name he acquir- ed from having held OE and arrested two different bandits at the same time with one gun directed in front of him and the other at the bandit behind him. SHORT HAND IN SIX LANGUAGES New York, june 3-The feat of writing short hand in six- different languages has been accomplished by Miss Marian Adams, of Alaska, VVest Vir- ginia, who has been designated by the business men of Amer- ica as the perfect stenographcr. Miss Adams has been offered a position by the English Gov- ernment but will make no state- ment in regard to her plants. At present she is residing in New York. To?- FINANCIER MCLEANS UP" ON STOCK MARKET Chicago, June 3-Edward Shinholt, financier, cleaned up a cool million on the stock market. Mr. Shinholt is now one of the biggest stock holders in this country and with his amassed fortune has spread much hap- piness through his contribu- tions to charities. HAVE YOUR CLOTHES RENOVATED MOON DYE WORKS Ray Felker, Proprietor Phone 2222 FOUR our or FIVE VISIT MY BEAUTY PARLOR WHY DON'T YOU? Hazel McKenty Miller and Miller nCleo" M Juanita" STUDIO OF THE DANCE CIQESAPTOXY M A R YLAN l 3 Special Attention Given to A. H. S. Athletes CUM BER LAN IJ EV EN ING GAZETTE Page Three SOCIAL PAGE WILL FAMED ACTRESS BE RUDY VALLE'S NEXT WIFE Hollywood, june 3-Miss Kathleen Bryan, famous "bal- let danseur" has just received an offer to make a motion pic- ture for Cecil lJeMille who glorifies our American girls. It is reported that Rudy Val- le, who will play opposite Miss Bryan in this picture, intends to marry her as soon as he ob- tains a divorce from his wife Who is now in Paris. l0..T. TEA IN HONOR OF GUEST Miss Betty EFHland gave a tea in honor of her guest, Audra Powell, XYashington, IJ. C. The out-of-town guests were: Esther Fritch, Baltimore, Irma Fields, Chicago, Clara- belle Foster, New York, Mabel Gienger, Boston, Harriet Gur- ley, Cincinnati, Elizabeth Ham- mersmith, Pittsburg, and Zora Hendrickson, of Charlottesville, S. C. lwoli. BRIDGE LUNCHEON Alieen Jones entertained with a bridge luncheon yesterday afternoon. Her guest of hou- or was the famous violinist, Alice Smith. Other guests Were Iiorothy Kaplon, Mar- garet Levin, Kathryn Little, liorothy Logsdon, Elsie Low- ery and Helen Loy. --io- To Entertain For Guests Invitations have been issued for a dansant to be given by Miss Nellie Seitz, in honor of her guest, Miss Maryland Fish- er. It is rumored that Miss Fisher will wed Cromwell Zem- bower, noted agricultural ex- pert shortly after she returns to her home in Bedford, I'a. REBECCA PHILLIPPI MAKES OPERA DEBUT Chicago, 'Iune 4-Miss Ile- becca Phillippe, formerly of Ctnnberland, Md., made her debut in Chicago Grand Opera last night. The quality of her voice was especially admired by the audience among whom was the Prince of Wales, who went into raptures of ecstasics when Miss Phillippe sang "The Last Rose of Summer." She was presented with a huge bouquet ot' orchids by the "Gunmen's Bachelor Club,'i of Chicago. U.1. ALUMNI STAGE PAGEANT A pageant was given at the Maryland, sponsored by the Alleghany Alumni llramatic Club. Those taking part were: Dorothy Linn, Arthur Ken- nedy, Orplta Bonita l'ritchard, John Storer, Martin Tenny. Codie NYhitman, Emory XYal- lace and Mabel Van Sant. After the pageant a specialty number, dance and song, was given by Melba Scott, a fam- ous actress from one of the leading Broadway productions of New York. She was ac- companied on the piano by Venita Shaw. . -..if pl... College Comments Harvard - Robert llanuer, captain of Harvard's football team has been chosen to com- pete in the Olympic Tourna- ment. Cornell-john Cupler, for- mer student of Cornell, has again come back to the col- lege as a science instructor. SOCIETY DEBUT- ANTE RETURNS FROM EUROPE Philadelphia, -Iune 3-Floiw ence NYarIield, of Philadelphia, has just returned from an ex- tended tour of Europe. Miss XN'arheld visited France where she was mistaken for a Paris- ian by everyone because of her French speech and the French Chic that is characteristic of Parisians. Miss XYartield said that the Parisians treated her royally, but there was still "No place like home." l,-fill. LABGENT-MCCUL LOUGH WEDDING ELABORATE AFFAIR The marriage of Miss jane McCullough, formerly of Ctnn- berland, now residing at I'Iy- attsville, Md., and Paul Edsel Largent, New York, N. Y., will take place at Szlltl p. m. today at the Episcopal Church, Hy- attsville, Md. A reception will follow at the home of the bride. The following out of town guests will be present: Mildred Vandergrift, McKees- port, Md., Helen McFerran, Baltimore, Irma Zembower, W'ashington, ID. C., Mr. and Mrs. Claude Largent, New York, and X'Yilliam Bennett, of VVesternport. After july l, Mr. and Mrs, Paul E. Largent will be at home to all collect- ors. 7... .. Y 077777 . Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kuhn have announced the engage- ment of their daughter, Jessie, to Mr. Arthur XN'illison, of Washington, IJ. C, Miss Kuhn Was a former dramatic star at Allegany High School. THE OTTON AT AFE Ray Beck, Proprietor - SHOP AT ETHEUS ron FURS ---SPECIAI.- M INK COATS NOTICE! THE URPLE EACOCK is PADLOCKED XVe regret this interruption of service H. RACIIMAN, Profvrietor Wlteil in Doubt CONSULT 'GLOCKJAWN CHRISTOPHER World's Best Detective Liberty Trust Building Page Four FAMOUS ACTRESS IN 1 NIGHT CLUB RAID New York, June 3-Margaret Litzenburg, famous sob-sister of New York, was arrested this morning when the Cuckoo Night Club was raided. Miss Litzenburg was collect- ing material and studying the atmosphere for a newspaper serial story when the raid took place. However, when The Ferrett, which is her news- paper, was informed of the arrest, the next morning, she was immediately released. Miss Litzenburg announces that she will write an article on "jailic Impressions of a Modern Maid," describing her humor- ous experiences while under arrest, which will appear in a feature edition of her paper. ,if-0. - OLDEST HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT TO GRADUATE Cumberland, June 3-Clifton Youngblood has just been nam- ed the oldest high school stu- dent ot' any city in the United States. Mr. Youngblood, who is now in his early thirties is graduating this year from Al- leghany High School of Cum- berland, Md., where he has been a student for eighteen years. He is very much re- spected by the other students who follow his good example of behaviour. Mr. Young- I'Iood is graduating with twen- ty credits although sixteen are all that are necessary. -,io .4 Class of '30 A. H. S. Out of Debt Vtlalter Gross, advertising manager of Alligeztt-i, announc- ed last night that he had col- lected the last dollar due on 1930 Alligewi. CUMBERLAND EVENING GAZETTE HUMAN FLY CLIMBS WOOLWORTH BUILDING New York, June 3-The W'oolworth Building has again been climbed by the Human Fly, Charles Price. Mr. Price has climbed all the famous skyscrapers of New York and has attracted atten- tion over the United States. He has performed in almost every large city in America and has been feted everywhere. At present Mr. Price's home- town, Cumberland, Maryland, is very proud ol him. SPITZNAS LEADS NATIONAL STUD. COUNCIL MOVE Philadelphia, june 3fThe N ational Student Council Movement for Colleges has taken in a new phase of work headed by John Spitznas. Mr. Spitznas has convinced the ed- ucators and superintendents of schools that the Student Coun- cil is necessary to the welfare and progress of every high school. One big movement that he suggests for a Student Coun- cil project is keeping chewing gum out of fountains. COOKING SCHOOL TO HAVE LARGE ENROLLMENT Cumberland, June -I-The registrar of the newly organiz- ed Rice Cooking School, locat- ed at Thomas and VVineow Streets, has been ve1'y busy during the past few days en- rolling students. The faculty has been com- pleted, Principal, Glenmore Rice, will have as assistants, Margaret Smith, Josephine Blinnicks, and Beryl Tucker. The curriculum will consist of subjects directly related to the culinary art. All of the courses were organized by Mr. Rice, who received his train- ing under Miss Allblue, of the University of Tennessee. The CIRCLE THEATRE Last Times Today 'lShare My Cell" Featuring jo Carder and Rob Robinette "Tile .S'vreeu's Greatest I.0z'e1's" . The QUENTIN XVhere the Pictures Have Three Dimensions B I G COMEDY HIT I l6Don't Shoot, I'll Marry Your Gal I" with Tiertha NVise Gladys VVitt Harry Hammond George Abbott --Popular Prirtxv- TONIGHT T H E R I A L T O ---Where 'Tis The Habit To Show GOOD Pictures 'QTHE SONG OF A SHRIEK" with JAMES FATKIN AND KATHERINE RUIII. ADDED FEATURE! MHOLD THAT LINE" with BEAUTIFUL EDRIESS DEN NETT Supported by IIMMIE WILLAIAIVISON AND DICK VAN HORN EVANGELIST TO ABOLISH DIVORCE FROM RENO Boston, june Z-Miss Mil- dred Strausburg, the famous Evangelist, has announced her intention of wiping the divorce plague out of Reno. Miss Strausburg preaches in one of the larger churches here and has inliuenced many of her members to patch up their quarrels and forget divorce. Miss Strausburg was the former Mrs. Churchman and is separated from her second husband. Tiol. MEANEST MAN IN THE WORLD Lynchburg, Va., june 3- 'Iames NX'iant, young employee ol' J, M, Brown, owner of Brown's Model Shoe Store in Lynchburg, might be called the "meanest man in the world" because he was detected in the act of robbing a baby's bank. The bank was found to contain two nickels and two Cents. Up- on refund of the sum he was released. .?.O t. HOLLYWOOD'S OWN HGRETA GARBOI' VISITS CITY Mabel Van Sant, who has been residing in Hollywood, in her unique and exquisite home on Hollywood Boulevard, gave Cumberland a treat by appear- ing at the Strand Theatre in person. This novelty was ar- ranged by manager john Arm- strong, in connection with the premier showing of Miss Van Sant's latest picture-Elinor Glyn's "Three Days." CUMBERLAND EVENING GAZETTE Page Five THE WOMAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY Lucille Cooley has proven that history repeats itself al- though Shakespeare does not. Miss Cooley has been called "the XYoman NX'ithout a Coun- try." This title had been earn- ed as early as her high school life when Miss Cooley was banished from her home room. Miss Cooley is an adventuress and roams about Nice or lleau- ville as she is not allowed in the United States after having been deported. M-UM PERFECT OLD FASHIONED GIRL Philadelphia, june 2-Nellie Huff, formerly of Cumberland, Md., has won the prize of SL000, a trip to Boston and a contract for a movie produc- tion, by being chosen the "per- fect old fashioned girlf' The decision was unanimously in favor of Miss Huff, who was one of a hundred entrants. 0,, Y Y . MSUPERPOWERV FOR AIRPLANES Uevoid of gears, crank shaft, and timer. a new barrel-shaped rotary airplane motor, for which phenomenal power is claimed has been invented by Robert Rawlings, airplane mot- or engineer, and the hrst com- plete motor is now under con- struction at Garden City, Long Island. His original model built during his high school days, Mr. Rawlings says, con- vinced him that the new motor would produce two horsepower for every pound of its weight -making it four times as pow- erful as the best engine now available. -Q-OM VVith intense artihcial light that rivaled sunshine, Kather- ine Miller, biologist. recently succeeded in growing three generations of beets in a single year. The powerful illumina- tion caused the plants to go to seed more rapidly, and the seed to germinate in far less time than usual. EINSTEIN THEORY DISPUTED New York, june 3-Rebecca Oliver, famed educator, has disputed the Einstein Theory and given the good proof for her new theory. Her work, in this held, has attracted world-wide attention and educators, the world over, are looking forward to other astounding accomplishments by Miss Oliver, who is now a res- ident of New York City. bliss Oliver began her work while yet in Alleghany High School where she was outstand- ing because of her brilliancy in all her studies. ,Y-UML- TWIDDLE-WINX BASKETEERS WIN ANOTHER Cumberland, June 3-Coach Naomi Shaffer's team, The Twiddle-NVinx Six, added an- other win to the already long list of victories, when they de- feated the Willing Passers, 43-2, on the Y. XY, C. A, Court this afternoon. A feature of the contest was the serving of tea, during the usual tiresome intermission. Coach Shaffer has the Twid- dlc-NVinx Six in prime shape and is desirous of sending the team against any other amateur or professional team. lf in- terested in booking games, write to Mary Ruhl, Miss Shaf- fer's secretary, care of Y. XY. C. A., Cumberland, Md. ALLEGANY HI ADVANCES IN STATE MEET Hagerstown, Md., June 4-A powerful Allegany H i g b School court aggregation from Cumberland bowled over an- other contender in the .State Championship Basketball Tour- nament here tonight when the Alleghany County Champions completely outclassed 'Tacoma Park High School, standard bearer of Montgomery County, at the Hagerstown High School gym by the lop-sided score of 43 to I-l. PLAY NEXT MONDAY About three hundred people saw Coach Charles Gordon Smith's Blue and VYhite clad warriors win their second state tournament game with ease and thereby won the right to meet the victor of the Middletown- Franklin contest next Monday night on the same court on which tonight's game was play- ed. Middletown is champion of Frederick county while Franklin High represents Bal- timore county in the state tour- ney. The lineups: Allegany-43 Ernest Duckworth .. .Fwward Eugene Bittner, ,lr. . . .Iforward DeVries Smith ........ Center Jones Carter . .......... Guard llusty Brown .......... Guard Tacoma Park-l-l Fitzgerald . ........... Forward ' .Forward . .Center . ,Guard . .Guard Badgley, Ridgeley Athletic Club. Harris . ............ . William ..... . . Holmead . ,........... Christle .............. Referee: Robert MODERNISTIC STUDIO AUDRA POWELL, Director -We Specialize in Commercial Art-- CIVE US A CALL Radio 'Phone - - AXOQKMNX Page Six CUMBERLAND EVENING GAZETTE CITY BRIEFS Salisburg, Md.-joseph Mill- er has offered a prize of one million dollars for the first high school student to swim the Atlantic. Clarksburg, NV. Va.-Ola Mae Ford receives small for- tune upon death of her uncle Henry. Alexandria, Va.-Paul Douty has been offered a movie con- tract which he refused for a football engagement. VVilmington, Del. - Edwena Durr and Jessie Kuhm have just completed a hiking expe- dition from coast to coast. Knoxville, Tenn. - Edward Eaton is promoting the world famous pie-eating contest. .-. Duina, Africa-Leonard Pen- nington has left Duina to prove his theory concerning the Arch- :ropteryx and the Pterodactyls. Purcellville, Va. - Arthur Carscaden has invented a blond preservative for the hair which is permanent. ilqjl..-. MARRIAGE LICENSES Casper Kain, Baltimore, Md., and Mable Bageant, Cumber- land, Md. Paul E. Largent, New York City and jane McCullough, Hyattsville, Md. Merrill Golden, Harvard, and Mary Matheney, Cumber- land, Md. 4... NYaltcr Burner, Cornell and Mary Louise Naughton, Cum- berland, Md. Harry Campbell, Chicago, and Hazel Denny, Mellen, VVis- eonsin. Edgar Dawson, Ridgeley, NV. Va., and Leah NNillison, Phoe- nix, Ariz. Ewald Ruehl, Milwaukee. VVisconsin, and Pearl Hansrote, Reno, Nevada. PERSONALS Kathleen Baer and Nellie Perrin recently returned from Atlantic City. Rose Bishop is visiting rela- tives in Denver, Colorado. Lillian Boughton is attend- ing a music concert at Peabody, Baltimore. Vtlilliamson Bricker is vaca- tioning in Palm Beach. Eleanor Capper has just re- turned from Europe, where she visited an art exhibition. Amelia Ann Claus and Elean- or Straub have returned from a meeting of the X'Voman's Club at Baltimore. Ruth Diehl has just been ap- pointed private secretary to Major Hoople. Dorothy Cozad and Martha Lee Eichelberger have gone to Moundsville, VV. Va., to com- pete in a beauty contest. Eleanor Dawson is studying the violin in Peabody. A Howard Dickey is learning aviation at the Curtis Flying Fields. ' .Florence Hettenhouser is vis- iting Annabelle Lepley at Rich- mond, Va. .Robert Hill is attending a directors meeting of the United Toy Stores, Hagerstown, Md. He was accompanied by Char- les Hyde and NA alter Grose. 1 . .0 . RADIO NEWS STATION YYYY Verna Shoppert will sing over station YYYY tonight. The program will contain some old ballads. STATION MNX Rev. Martin Sharp will preach a sermon at 7:30 over station MNX next Sunday. Free to everyone. STATION VVHY James Sills will give a talk on "The Care of Ferns 'and Hollyhocksf' This talk will interest all housewives who like to have those old-fashioned gardens or even keep ferns. STATION COD Charles Swarner will give a talk on why he thinks blondes are more beautiful than bru- nettes. Mr. Swarner Has a little secret in store for us and his program will prove inter- esting as well as entertaining. STATION RRR Margaret Thompson will give us an hour of violin music, after that, Emma Zihl- tnan will give a talk on "There is a Santa Claus!" STATION PDQ Leo Twigg, the great basket- ball star, recently graduated from Yale, will give a talk on basketball etiquette and Etta Ketts. STATION ABC The "jolly Quartette" com- posed of NVilliam M'eathcrholt, Charles VVolfe, Elton NVenrick, VVellington NA'heeler will sing some songs of the rolling main. Several selections by the Smith Trio, Margaret Smith, Mar- garet Smith, and Mary Mar- garet Smith will be in the program. included Maryland Tbeazre TONIGHT Zlo Figfield Presents MTHE WORST OF SHOWS" A Musical Extravaganza in 57 Scenes THE GLORIFIED GIRLS Elmira XVeakland, Myrtle Wfhitman, Eleanor XVise. Mabel XVoIford, Dora Yeargan and THE XVINTERMEYER SISTERS , RIDE THE PORTER BUS LINE T0 ELLERSLIE THE METROPOLIS OF THE NORTH CUNIDICRLANIJ ICVIQNING GJXZliTTli Page Seven HONES: 592-593 BlfRSlSTliNT t'alH,CfU1-011330301-nh Tell It To Western Maryland Through UI3IlIL'I'l'Y - ROIJUCIES For Sunday insertion ' Ulqtfl-1,ASjQ1qS BCforC5r30 Gazette Classlhed Ads Saturday I AUTOS - Hare 1398 model Ford lor sale. XYill consider trade for aeroplane. -Ralph Rizer. l'OR S.-Xl.lf-llistorically lam- ous Ford. Formerly prop- erty ot' Abe Gurson, who swears it was property of Teddy Roosevelt during his rough riding days. -Corfield Patterson. XX':XN'l'lilJ---Position as feath- er mattress tester. XYell ex- perienced, able, young man. --Notify liugene liittner. XX','XN'l'lflJ-'l'o buy a pair of second handed ear mulls to wear in the church to prerent being disturbed. -Xtrite lda Kennell. XVANTEI J-a desirable, middle aged bachelor with large in- come. Object matrimony. Send photo and state in- come. Genera Sewers. XYANTICI J-ln formation about a little girl named X'Yenclyl She has blue eyes and curly black hair. --Fred Smith. These are the things I h ave found most interesting to me, NYANTICIJ-A lady to work for her husband's rootn and board. -Robert lfichelberger. T.-Xl,l, woman wants position with reliable circus. Lady Aaron, XY:'XN'lllfl 7-A good Cook. Oli- ject matrimony. -Ray Lakin. NYJXN'l'lilJ-Position as librar- ian. Lian Furnish reference from M iss Murphy. -Robert Parker. GIANT Wants position in side Sltuw. -Tom Gilchrist. PAPISRHANGING XX'ork Guaranteed Phone R12 Green l. M. SICK l have in my employ the fol- lowing skilled hangers: james Ott Fred l'orter Glenn Powell Klauriee Rupert james Symons Harry XYilliams john Knieriem GASOLINIC Filling Station for sale. Reason, out ol' hot air. -Felix Brady. NYANTICID-To buy junlk ol' all kinds. -Hugh Rlacalillen. XYANTEI J-A man. Please hurry. -lircell Xtillinghani. VOTE for Pauline Root, Can- didate tor Garbage Inspec- tress. Election july 4th. XYHFN in doubt as to the proper gift for june grooms, call on tne. Flo Small "The Gift Shoppe" LOST-Footprints. Please re- turn to Ruth NYeber. - FOUND-A voice. lt appears to belong to a girl named Kuhes. Owner may have same by trying to find me. Mouth Open tio., Georgia McLaughlin, President. FOR SALE-A drum. lmpos- sible to play the darn thing. -Agnes NcXlillen. so l have been glad to pass them on to you 'tnd share with you this remarkable find of mine, that it may answer for you, as satisfactorily as it did for me, the all-important question, "XVhat is going to become of the Class of l93O?" -KA'l'I'l15RlNL2 RUHL. - ' f. 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' ' - . 1: .l4. 91 A L L I G E W l ' ' ' Juniors I.ANliliR, Z1-:LMA Sllzw, CHAR1.f1'lI1'1i LA RsuN, ALTA SHAFFI-ZR, BlERlJliI.l.A LEWIS, HELEN SHliI.'I'0N, XIARY ,Io 1.lNlJIil.L, CHRISTINE SHEPHERD, VVILLIA M I,1T'I'I,IC, VIRIQINIA SHERMAN, GEURIQIA I.uN1:, OLIVER SHERMAN, K.A'l'IlI.l4II'1N I.uNf:, ROBERT SHIRcI.IIfIfI-1, l,0I.URICS I.oRII, JUHN SHROUT, IIJA l.UMA N, HARRY SHULTZ, CHARI.o'r'l'E KIACIQENZIE, LU'rHl':R SIPLE, SARA AIALAMPHY, DOROTHY SNUWIJEN, Nl'I'1RlilJl'l'H MALAMIIHY RUTH SUMERVILLE VVILLIAM KIARCUS, A1:INA SPANIQLER, IEERNICE IXIARTIN, PAUL 1 STERNE, YVETTIZ MARTIN, VVILDA lf"3"HANN' IEDNA SU'l"l'0N, HAIiIJI.Il RIASSIIE, RIILDRICIJ IEEPHANN' ILUWARD SWARNI-IR, TDOR0'l'HY NIAXEY, HELEN :ffm EOQHNQ VFAYLOR, RORERT KIAXIQY, SAMUEL TILE' 'RWM THOMAS, VVANNA NIAY, Roy Ij1CHA""S' LEONA TIImE'rs, Lols IXICFIQRRAN, FIQRMAN IUCKEYY LUUISIC TRIr:ANOI'I.0S, CUNNIIE RICHICY, VVILLIA M Roma, JOHN Roms, NYILLIA M RURIIINS, FRANK IinIIlcIz'l's, RIARY EIXITIN RmxIA:R'I'sUN, S'I'ICI.l.A ROIZINI-1'I"l'l2, NURA RUl'ICR'I', NI-:LLIE RYAN, CATHERINE RICGl'1'l"l'l42AN, VIULA SCHAIIJT, JANE TWIIIH, OLIVER MCLUCAS, LILLIAN SCI-lA1lYI', l'HYLIss VAN UE GRIFT, RALPH :XIl'1IS'I'IiR, RUTH SCIIARF, IXIARY EI.IZAllIi'I'H VAvA4iNl'3N, THOMAS RIILLER, HERBERT CLAIR SCHARF, CHARLES VVAKICI-'UUSIZ WINII-'Rlill AIILLER, MAUIIE SCHLUNT, ARTHUR VAVAKICMAN, EDITH AIUN'l'l20Ml'IRY, PAUL SFI-iflPI'liR'I', LERUY VVARI1, ELLERY Mmucx, ANNA SEARER, FLMER VVEIRICS, ELSIE xIORR1S, IIQENE VV!-ILKI-IR, H.AIifJLll M URRAY, CHARLES XA'ELLINuT0N, LOUISE NAVIQ, ELLIS NYIIIIIUWS, CHARLES If X, NIQWHERRYY lpfmm-Hy VYILKINSON,YI-I'I'E1Vli ,V 'N NIES, ANHI-314A VX'll.l,lAMSON, GEURILE ," " CDI-'FU'l'1', Ci'-:Nl-I VX'II,soN, GLAI1Ys I C,'NIQAL, IJURQTHY VAvlNS'l'l'1lD, PIAMNICR I 4 PARKS, ELI-:ANQR VVOUD, DAVID ' P!C'l'liliS, HARRIEI' VVOUD, KAYDEN - I I'01,1N4,, ELSIE NVUUII, MARUAREI' ,S I IYOLINIG, JUNIOR VVRUPHT, VIVIAN f ,, ' I'0WliI.L, BIARY YUTZY, IWABEL ""? .O I,RlC1-1' EJXIQIA ZEMIIUWER, CROMWELL .X , ,A fi' in 5: F' 'Sl r i U hr, I N Q I - Ai. 1. J.. . 92 rgsiif 1 ess? 1 at T, 2 Y 11 111. f X 1' 1 ,1 f 1 7111 , F Mfg? i iii bf' Y Q ff: if 1 51, Q:-T15:'51f,'x1 1 W g aiggmgl ,f Q1 ? W aff 1111+ WU 111 tt 'w w , 1111 1'-JA 1...Xf V " " f 0 !- Q 'X V2Z77Q7xQW " 1 wif-?F115fg3 ff f- f Q 373165 ttfefme M Qeeeffefgff The Discovery of a New Land CJ1.UN111L1S' great desire for H1I11i111g exp1r11'ati1111 111 the western waters was stimulaterl by stories of an 11111c11ow11 1:11111 111 the West, 211111 so t11rm1g11 the aic1 of the 111o11a1'c11S of Spain, he sct sail 011 17r1f1ay lllflfllillg, August 3, 1492. After a voyage 111flI'1iC'f1 by 1C1111JL'S17' the crew 111 mortal fear must of the 1111167501116 i11c1icat1o11s of 1:11111 x1'c1'c r11sc11vc1'ec1 by CtO1UH1131lS late 111 the night of October 11t11. At 11aw11 a woocled shore lay before t11e111g and i111111ec1iatc1y, 111t- COH1l1lil11l1Cl', with the 17Z111l1Cl' of the expeclitirm 111 his 11a11c1, 1a11c1c11, as he supposed, 1111 the shore of 111c1ia. C01UI1113LlS, clad in scarlet 211111 gold, first 1'o11c11cr1 the 1JCIlC1'1 111111 took 130556851011 of it 111 t11c name of Spain. SOPHCDMGRES '21, Q,-v9 QV? N .,- -U 'W I ,wif i ,ixx 2 . . 0 .gg ji J K2 5 sA.l89Q I fx 11-rib 'Y iw .f-B x ' ' 1, flfn--.ug fftfvu ...'.,,.,,,xJ-.psy -N -'s I . X W' 'wind Yfiawia - 4 fjfef a X V Pg 3 'ri 3 JD x--'1 .LJ f 9' XX 3 x N SR Q7 Q? B' JL? , , wx -- . Q M S A wkuiggf. TV? fvwusf It xl we 'Y'1""" 'T fi v 7 ' "FAQ, I Ji 1 f' tl '9 ,ja N X V N J TJ 73 ' .QV -pz ' ,K .1 J Y xx lx, L, x ,X UI . 'w Jfr X X 9 L U2 'f. 'ff Q .I ck' us E 7 :E v XL Lui : H LLIGEWI l930 Sophomore Class History Upon entering the high school on September 3rd, the dear little Sophomores gazed upon the magnitude and splendor of the new building which was to be their temple of learning for at least three years, and felt like a small grain of sand on a huge desert. Their shyness and fright could be likened unto a herd of sheep being pursued by several angry shepherd dogs--the Seniors. The Sophomores first made themselves known when they presented a very amusing party, "Station Y. Y. Y. YQ' in assembly, when some excellent talent was discovered. lt is needless to say that from thence forth the Seniors ree spected the dramatic ability of the Sophomore Class. Under the able direction of lvl r. Reiter, the Sophomores finally acquired the courage to organize their class. The following officers were elected: Zack Laney, president, Mary Lee Ross, vice-president, Arthur VVillison, secretary, Jean Baer, treasurer. Mr. Foy A. Curry was chosen as faculty adviser. The outstanding event of our short year was the Sophomore-Senior Prom. This affair was a huge success. If RX Then alasfafter a hard year of trying to make a name for ourselves, the ,f TX final exams came-and most of us are -luniors! N . rr 11 Q . l l 5' --a - - 95 'Sm um wk MLAJDM Nw. O mb Q. I liv-3 . 1. I Il 362 LIGEWI ' '- 9 O .'XIIIIu1'1', LEWIS AIIJK Ms, KJ.-XRY AI,llRI!GH'I', EIIW.-Hill .-'X NIIREWS, IJnR1I'I'H Y ANIIREWS, XYIIUSINIA ANIsI4:I.I.A'I'1'A, JIIE 1XliMS'l'RONIi, Nlill, lXIiRlN45'I'lJN, RUllICR'l' J3AIIIII.I-:Y, RIJIEIQIVI' IJ. BAER, JI-:A N IJ.-X1LliN'l', I lIIRu'I'IIY JANE HARIIAM, ELINIIR .U.kRI.I-IY, EI,IAARI'.I I-I liAR'I'I.I1:'I"I', NJ.-XRIAN BEALRI-zv, UERNARII HIC.-'kI,l., KI.-NNY I':I.IZAI!l-1'I'H HI-ICR, KIARKLXRI-I'I' JZECKWITII, FRANUES HI-1I1ZH'I'l7J., TIIIIMAS IlENNE'I"I', ARCII Ill.-Xl.lJ BliNNIC'Ik'I', SARA FI.IZ.'XlSIC' 1Jl'JlfNS'l'I':IN,'DORIS BERRY, YIJHHM.-XS l3II,I,MI-:YI-1R, JXICTIIUR J3l'l'TNIiR, DIITNIC J1l.l'!VllC,S.-XMUICI. IhIIp4:s,l11II.IIII4: Jluvv M A N, EIIWARII Bow M AN, SARA TKRILI., ARTHUR I3RIIAIIvvAIcI41I:, IDI-:AN BRIIWN, THIIMAS RUEHA NAN, GI-:IIRIQE Bl'RRliI.I., ,IX MIIRY C.-XRIQIVU, NIIRMAN QQICSSNA, EIIIIAR L-I..-ARK, Rm' fI,I'1L'KNIiR, IQIIWARII L'l.EM M, Rum-1R'I' CIIIIIQ, li M MA Q'IIrII.Ev, l.AwRI-:NCE Lili.-Xll., I.LIcII.I.E CJRliIHll'I'4lN, CIAUIIINI: f'I!.XR'I'liIili, ICIIIIII I'll Sophomores CJLIMINSREV, J'JIiI.lCN CUNNINIIHAM, CIIARLI-is IJANNER, XA'II.l.l.'X M IJARR, x7liI.lVlA GRACE JJAVIS, JIISERII IlAvIs, LEA H JJAWNIIN, JQIDYTH IC I JEA N, CHARl.ICS JJICAN, JAMES lJIcIfIIs.AIR:H, Hl'1I.IfIN IJEVRII-is, 1iI.IzARE'I' II lJIL'Ic,NN'I1.I.IAM IJICRIQRIIIIIIE, CHARIJCS I JIIA Ii, KI A IU aARE'I' JJIJIJII, ELIZAHIi'lxH JJIINI..-xI-, RIUIIARR FIWVARIIS, AIQNES ICII RIIA R, RIIIIERI' FISICN HOWI-IR, M'.'XR'l'HA FNSMINKLICR, J.ErI JCVANS, FLMII 97 EVA Ns, M IIIDRJCI! FWINIQ, XJIZRYI. NIIETIIN FYI.ER, NJARIIC J:AlTS'l', KJARIIC JFIRLIIC, KJAXINIE FIN II ER, BIi'I"l'Y If EA RE, BIi'I"I'Y l'JR.XNKI.IN, NI.-XRIIC J:R.'XN'I'Z, RAERII I"RrIs'I', HI1Il.I41N J:UI.I.I-IR, Llili J:l'R'l'NICY, SHIRIJCY f2As'mN, LIIIIISE CiERI.AL'II, KIILIIREII GII.LIllliIS1',XYILIIIAM F fIII.I'IN, RUllliR'l' GIIEE, JANE fIARIllCN, XfVIl.IlliR'I' CIIR MIER, GICIJRKIIC CIUWI-IR, KARI. fIRIlX1liS,JAJIT4ill Cinemas, J ICA N NE'r'I'E HARPER, Luc lI.I.l'. H liRl!.'XlJrllI, CIIARLI-is JJHRTHN, CUM ICR H Yllli, H ENRY H Yllli, A M IIRIISE H AHILHRS, IJIIRIIIIIY 'lIINEs, NX'INs'I'oN JIIYCIQ, EIIWARII JIINREv, JIIII N KAMENE, RIIIH l.l-IIE KARNS, JA M Es IiAs'I'NER, K.X'I'llIiYN KA UEEM AN, JJAVIIJ liEI.su, RI ARr:ARE'I' KI-:M Ml2'l"I', l3ElII.A II MAI KIIFFNICR, CLARA KlNli,Xf'lRfiINl1X KI M RI.E, l1IvEI.vN IiNIvI'ENIIERr:, GI-:IIIQIQIQ IQIIEIIIQI., FIEEANIIR KIIIAQRNER, Iilil'IlI.I-IR Ii RA Er, :X N IIREW ALLIGEW ,-'Ax f X I : 'I 5.4 lr pf J .,I. 4 R15 KUHS, MARY IEETTY KUM M, ELlZABl'1'l'H LANEY, ZACK GOULD LEVIN, LOUIS LILLY, RUTH LIRSON, BERNARD LLEWELLYN, CHATTIE LONCAREVITCH, WOODROW LOY, MARY ELIZABETH RJACKENZIE, HELEN NJACLAY, JOHN M AK QRUDER, HAROI.IJ MARKER, EDNA NIARLOCK, KA1'HRYN MARQUIS, CLAIRE MARTIN, CHARLES BIATHENEY, MARY MAXEY, VVALTER MAY, Vv1C'l'OR MCCOY, CHARLES AICCULLOUIQH,Vlli1llNI.X RICIQINDLIESS, EIJYTH NICLAUIDHLIN, IQHILA WICNIILLAN, RICHARD WIERRITT, OLIVIA MIERTENS, PAUL MILLER, CEDRIC BIILLER, NIERLYN LIINNICK, HARVEY MOBUS, PAUL FRANKLIN 1N'ION'1'1i0MERY, VVAI.'I'RUlIIf1 INIORELAND, ROBERT NIORTON, MARY MORTON, VIRIJINIA NICKLIN, JOHN NIELD, ROBERT O'NEAL, EARL OTT, GLADYS PAINTER, CLARENCE PAINTER, JOHN EDWARD PENIIELLEY, KATHLI-:EN PIERCE, ALICE POLINII, JANICE PONTON, RUssEL PYLES, MARl2ARli'l' REIIIHARD, VVAL'l'l'1R O ' C I I 9 Sophomores REIN IIART, M ARY BAYLUR KEITH, ELEANOIQ IQHINU, JOHN RHODES, ELMER ROBlNli'l"1'E, JXIILDRISIJ IQOBINETTE, ROBERT ROBY, XKYAN RODENHAUSER, GRETCHEN Ross, MARY LEE IQUBENSTIQIN ANNA BELLE RUHL, MARY ELINUR SCHIIJE, VIRGINIA SCHIPE, JAMES SCOTT, ROBERT SERI-', JAMES SHANHOLTZ, ROBERT LESTER SHEARER, MAROARET SHERMANE,KA1'HIlYNI2 SHILLINIIBURII, MARY JANE SCHONTER, MODEETA SHONTERE, LUIS SIIRIVER, LESTER SHUCK, ETHEL 98 SM II.Ev, AIIEI.III-:RT S M ILEY, Hbllilil-1li'l' SMITH, EDWARD SMITH, JACK SMITH, KA'1'HElllNl-I SULLARS, MARTHA SOMERVILLE, RUTH SOWERS, THOMAS SOWERS, VIVIAN S'l'El-21.1-1, VV I LLIA M STEINLA, CATHERINE STEVENS, XXVI-IRA S'l'I'l'CHlCR, IJORUT IIY STORMINGER, FRANCES S'l'RAUSBURli, CHARLES STUDENICH, CATHERINE '1'IEE'1'E, MARY TICNNEY, M ELISA 'lNHOMPS0N, RALPH JFRAYNOR, FRANCIS 'liRI'l"I', HARRY TROUTMAN, BLANCIIE Twuna, AUIJRICY Xr?AL!iN'l'l NE, 1 POROT H Y VALENTINE, THELMA VVALKER, ISESSIE VAN METER, CLAYTON VAN PELT, FLI-LM Mlli VVALKI-ZR, HAZIAZI- VYARFIELD, GUS XA'YEA'l'HIiRHOL'1', CARI. NNEBSTER, FRANCIS VVENTZ, JEAN WHITE, NELLIE VVILKINSON, WILLIAM VVII.LIAMsON, WENIIYI. VVILLISON, ARTHUR WILBON, HILDA XlVILSON,VV1LLlAM I., VVISEGARVI-ZR, VIVIAN XAJOLFORD, ELIZABICT H YAKSETICH, JOHN YOUNO, JOHN YOU NIQBLOOD, GEORGE YOUNIQIILOOD, 'IJHIZLMA ZORICK, DORSI-:Y 0 I 4891 , - ' .1- 1 Nbr :livin ll 'H X .,1l5,..1? - i - A1 The Archery Butts 1 lw 11111111, 1111 1111151 1.111111111111111 111 1111'11'l1'11'1i 1'111111- 111111111411 111 1 . S111 1115 511111 111 111c :11'1111111'1' 111u1'11z11111-111. 111s 11211110 is 1ill1l11'l1 1111'1111g'111 . .1 I 1111- 1:11111, 111111 1115 ll1l11'1'l'1.ll1 81111115111 111111 1111 111111 1118 111 111111 1111 1 . 1-111111111-11. 111- 1I1':111's 1115 111111, 111111 1110 :11'1'1111' 11115 111 1111' 1'111111'1' 111 1111 L Ill K' .' 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"1':11'z111111 1.1151 g:11111-11 1111' N1l11I111 1'1'1'111g'111111111 111I'1l1lQ111J1l1 11111 11'111'111. ALLIG-EW I l930 ll . I . K . I N J 3 li The A111Qew1-Alleganyql-I1Qh School s Yearbook 1 i i STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager JAMES W. FATKIN WILLIAM M. GEARHART Associate Editors HELEN MCFISRIQAN IQATIIERINE RUUL Art Editors DOROTHY KAPLON ELEANOR CAPPICR Social Editors IJOROTHY L1.NN -JI-ISSIE KUHN J 'IZDNVENA DURR REBECCA P1-llLl.ll'I'I fltlzlctic Editors HUGH MACMILLAN GENEVA SOWERS Humor Editors MARY GEHAUF ROBERT PARKER Advertising M anagcr flssistant Business Manager VVAL'l'E'R GROSE FELIX BRADY fx Advertising Y-lssistants ,X A' JOHN CUPLER JAMES WIANT T' CORFIELD PATTERSON DORA YEARGIN J Stal? Photographer t RAY LAKIN tk 'A Stcnographers ' J RUTH DIE1IL EDRIESS BENNETT , J Faculty Adviser 1 16,1 J---3 i, HAROLD C. WICICARD , , "" " Lg iii 9 -" 4 iff' 1 tal " N I LL: . -i 102 'PHE STAFF 103 ALLIG-EW! ' l930 Alcohi Mirror THE STAFF Miss XFIRHINIA TTIXUN, Farully fldwisvf' liDl'l'ORlAL STAFF NICWS 1J12PAR1'M1zN'1 l'l1c1.12N blCFERRAN .... ..................... .... E d ilor-in-Chief JANE lXlCCUl.LOUt2H .... ........ N mu.: Edimr JOHN LoRD .......... ..... A .vxixfafzt Iidifnr TQATHERINE RUH1, ..... .... F valurv Editor AM1z1,1A ANN C1.AUs... .............. .... F vafurv Edifur lJOR0'1'HY KAPLON ................ .................. . .. 1. ...... Ar! Edilur NEWS RlCPlJR'I'IiRS NTARY ELTON Romams AlARfiARli'l' l.liVIN REBECCA PH11.1.11'1'1 Yvlzr S'r1cRN1c RlARY I,oU1s1s NAUliH'I'liN ELIEA R l'ARKs lisrnl-LR FR1'1'CH ...................... ' .. ...... 0 ..blflHl1t'l1f Cozruril Rvparfvr -IICSSIIQ KUHN ................. .... l . . ....... ........... C flub Rvfvorlvr ORPHA BUNITA PRITCHMTU l ...,..... .. ..... f .... .. . .. .... 11111111111 and l,l'l'.YOlI1lIX TiI.EANOR STRAUB 5 1 k . 4. WRl'l'l . TRMA Z1z1v11zoW1:R 4 f 1 ITHUR LAN1-:Y A E1.1:ANoR CAPPER. .T ..... ' .. 1- ....... ...... .... C 0 py Rcadrr, Ilmdliuv W ur ' , I aj .V QEADER E . P A I, 'gi RTABEI. V.NNSAN'I' lXllI.DRlill 7 ND R r' 6' 1 ..... llmnor . . , 5 , ....... . . . , .... X ..... ..,...... ....... t ....... . . . Q 1 .'. 1 .f RIfl'0R'I'FR' M Co , F OI . lr'-N A . 45 1 P 5 . . ' . 5-l'0Rlh Wlilllzlitw Q it ' , lr ' IN SHARI ,IUA 1 ,oou j ' TQATHICRI. 1-3 B .1, Q X U y , 1. TYP s'1 v 1 Q RU' 115111. X'1aN1rA SHAW ' ' D li 111' N ' BU T ESS ST 'lf 1 cR'1' l'Al .R ...... ....... ................. .... I 1' 1 1.riuv.v.v Zllazlzayvr IOMA. C111 sr.. . ................ ...... C iifflllflfilill Mnuagvr ASSISTANTF- 1,5 S11.Ls HARRY L11 MAN L'1.1FroN YoUNG1x1.ooD D mg the year 1929-30, The 1-llcohi Jllirror again took its place among the outstanding extra-curricular activities of the school. The pep program, a part of the lirst assembly, started the Mirror subscription campaign with a "bang" and as a result approximately one-half of the student body subscribed to the paper. ,R Under the guidance of Miss Virginia Dixon, faculty adviser, and through If the interest and cooperation of all members of the staff, the Mirror got an excep- 3 tionally good start. Different cuts appeared in many of the issues, and twenty- 1 four humor cartoons were published. These latter were purchased by means of 4 , gifts received from other organizations of the school. Special issues were pub- l l lished during the year, among which were the Christmas issue and the june issue, l featuring all the Senior activities. 1-xg, i This year the Illirror has progressedg its popularity has increasedg and it has ' approached one step further toward the goal that it has set. ,Yu Alma , , ' l 11' E jg WI l 104 l ALLI E l Q o 1 0 I 5 wgvl ' w Q fx V Q ,s l, 3, , , - I .. 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M, .M.wvwxiu-Wmsvk my .v is 5,-v-.M f nw ,,k:A,,,. x5:Xm,,.,L mg, i, , A ,,, N. ., A ,. I X rh-.qw ma,-ffm.-,.f, ww: 1,-M f,.., K-. .J M ,W M., W,.f1.:.g . ,,,,.,. .v Jw. .Qu -,,, Km, , , X 4mn.wm.i.-z .m ww: if-wx M ,H ,,:1-sw,-, lm Q M 5 :,f1,n.- - ig. gm., ying, 1 I Y ,. im ! I Q ' U . S 1. . L l'- Kllluwlz S'l1u-'lf 2.1 105 f N v .- Q x , 554 1 lf, Q W . P'- v A l-I2GE Wig, is 225 , jimi .ales I93 aiu? is il ' Newspaper Club OFFICERS I 7CS'l0'1lIf IRNA L1 Mnoxxi it I ut Pnsidtut IHIRIINI 1 .St rnlary ....... . ......................,........ . ..... ,nl,c,eA I . . 1m'LlSiHc ss llaimgw' .......................................... HARIQY LUMAN The Newspaper Club was organizetl to help all students on The Alcolzi Zllirrm' staff or those students interested in the phases of journalism. Under tht capable supervision of Miss Virsiuia Dixon the adviser of the Mirror the club has enjoyed a prosperous year. Different phases of newspaper work have been studied and much learned about the parts of 1 newspaper. Always ready to co- operate with the activities of the school this club gave 1 goodly sum of money to the school papa r. Although many members will be lost through graduation others will carry on the work of one of Allegany s largest clubs. C4 ... . . i 106 I If! I II : 'WI' 5 iw fyvj ?"i . i, X M l f? ,s N ' lull , sf 4 W r S10 - fi ' i' f' f f as ff' !6 V Y .. QA! u, A l v E 49' The Nlayflower Compaet N NUVIQMIWQIQ 21, 1620, forty-one passengers of the illahvflowcf' signed in her cabin what is known as the "compact," one of our iirst efforts toward a government by the people. This compact was precisely the provisional government which the Virginia Company in the preceeding February had given them liberty to found 'till a form of gov- ernment be settled here for them. Thus it read: "Ny those present, we, solemnly and mutually in the presence of God and one another, covenant and combine ourselves to- gether into a Civil llody Politick, for our better order and preservation . . . by Virtue hereof to enact, constitute, and frame such just and equall l.aws . . . as shall be thought most meet and convenient for ye g'ener:il good of ye folony . . . U STUDE T GCDVER ME ALLIGEWI l93O Jomw SIKIINXN I rf xzdfnt mm I :mul ll 4 Student Councd II XxlxX4nl:1x IH LI F IXIRXIIX 1 N x w ll xN1nf nw XRIJQIILI Nl Il S D. 'V Q.. C'l.xr'1 . .1 Ixx 'L 'ZITHICR I'1c1'1' ' '1I.I.liRY XY, .uf ' Executive Commlttee 1 x AC xu Ixm C nu lxul Nl lflI.IJRl'QlJ My-.ssxl-1 '."'l-llCRVlil'l'C .1, I. -1 ' ElPXV.XRIlCl.liCKN1IC 51 Him' .fzzzziur .S'0fVllUlll01'l K-in i I 3 1 5 'wiv- 108 ,H - ,,A A ,. Aung Q ,vymff ,, X q.f,4 - Q 35 2 Fix 53 Z-DD X' ,X I ', T 7 n, l I N f r F Y ix' Xy , J r Y x LW -. . F- 'E "5" ,' . 6" V x CW' I V .1 V- 9' , . . if M -, 'Q J N f 1 J w gQirmf1 I 7, Q 4 QL 1 Q ffs Q22 gi 2 lf l I. 15 ALLIGEW qi gl l x Student Self Government vw' ,T TUDENT participation in government was introduced into yt -' 551191 Allegany High School in September, 1928. Under the able leadership of Leslie Helmer, as president, a council, consisting GSH!-,Q of one representative from each home room, was organized, which met every Monday. The object of the organization was: to achieve a better co-operation between student and teacher, to train students in self government, and to promote in them a feeling of responsibility for the welfare of the school. The outstanding accomplishments of the school year 1928-29 were: a new method of reporting to the library, which proved very successful, and the printing of a booklet for newcomers to Allegany High School. It contained valuable information concerning this school which was so arranged that it could be used as a guide for those who were unacquainted with the building, and the manner in which Allegany students should con- duct themselves. In September, 1929, a council was again organized, this time under the leadership of john Spitznas, as president. The council was made up in the same way as the previous one. The constitution was amended changing the meeting of the council from every week to every other week. One of the first activities of the council of the school year 1929-30 was to conduct a questionnaire throughout the school in order to get sug- gestions from the students as to what the council should do. ln response to the suggestion that there should be more social functions, the council sponsored an Autumn Frolic. Throughout the year, the student council has been the means of bringing about a closer relationship between the faculty and the student body. A hearty wish for success to the future Student Councils is extended by the members of the Student Council for the year 1929-30. We hope that you will be as fortunate as we in having as your fac- ulty adviser. Miss Simpson, who has done such splendid work with the past councils. l . H0 I 1930 l I 11915 ff., Q fl hr x I '-1. J.. h xx -f -4-JJ.-e. EM - f Ai lm ' S4 4' Sq x , yy '. , f 510.3 - L' 1 i 5 iieilmmi ' Q"- f -"fi'i"f' :Mi W A J f lirigllnff J vU'.,6f.x ly fr. i Q. r Q 0 Vxf , ' A ' , Q 7" flfklfilf .-6 -lands 5 7 I ,, f g,,2-"AUM jl'J 1 7 4 pam ,:'7"'J5 714. fi 4" l i' ilu I 7l f 'MV' WWW? Q ' tl li l' ,, If lllt ll'lwri1:-rf Actionl Frenzy! The Nlarseillaisel lll: spirit which led la jeune lille d'Orlean tu victory has drawn the l ht di people to her statue, ' ' A 'amatie way in which they have renewed their trust in 'Ieanne d'fXre is shuxrn hy their unending, tnth in her ahility lu help them. lt is dusk, the snn's last rays shine directly across the statue ul' Jeanne. A hushed stillness seems tu prevail, when suddenly the tension uf the mob is broken as sunienne begins, "Allons enfants de la patrie " Others take up the smig, and their great admiratiun, respect, and love for the maid who delivered lfranee are shmvn ii xyliich they heg her help as they sing. DRAMA AND MUSIC i the heseeehing' way in 9w'1 QL- --'W X 1 , ff, 1, if LL 3' tl QL' ,L,g,.,j,,,f 1 f- -31.2 14,4 ,OL 4-yin, -- ff- . 1 , f l' If ff I 'l fe'- 1.l 1--J-h 1,1 S My K V U if - 1 r . A ' . -,V 1 ,111 fc' .,' 1 'L qw" 5-'u ' if "' 'G ' . 5.-0" ' A . , . , 1 ,Q 4 ,lf 'Ji K- xl- ' 'Q ' 3 1' 'f i ' ' LY! '1- f f - N , ,W , , jf' , " 4 ,- S' -1 112 1. '- if 'fm ff ALLIGEWI ' l93 Alpha Delta Kappa OFFICERS C, President ...... .............. . . .joHN .SPITZNAS Vice-Presideizt . . ........... .... J AMES FATKIN SC'C7'CfO7'j' .... ......... M ARY Glcnacl-' Treasurer .... .... 1 QICHARD CHRISTOPIIICR Prompfvr ............ ............. D OROTHY LINN .llisircss of Properties. . . . . .ORPHA BONITA lVJRl'I'C'HARD Dirertoi' ............................... ............ H AROLD C. VVACKARD Vllhich club in our school is considered the best? The one that towers above all the rest? lt doscn't take long to know what you'll say, For it's the snappy and peppy A. ll. K. As the school year of 1929-30 comes to an end and Hthe curtain falls" mark- ing the close of the tenth year of A. U. K., the officers and members of this most active of the extra-curricular organizations, look back over a happy, busy year. The regular club periods were given over to a series of lectures which dealt with costume design, stage lighting, the art of "make-up," scene building and painting, and the art of acting. During the second semester, four one-act plays were pre- sented before the club under the direction of four of the members. For the sixth consecutive time, the club presented the annual Christmas pro- gram. The features of this performance included specialty dances by Louise Rickey, jean llaer, Jeanette Gross, Doris Bernstein: the presentation of that re- nowned Yuletide drama, "VVhy the Chimes Rangng Santa Claus's annual visitg and the tableaux depicting the Nativity. ln March, the club gave its annual dance. The elaborate dresses of the fairer sex, the attractive decorations, the novelties, and the splendid music com- bined to make this a long-to-be-remembered eve11t. On May Sth, the Senior Class presented "Turn to the Rightug and although it was primarily a class production, Alpha Delta Kappa largely contributed to its success. All the sets were designed by members of the club, many of the roles were essayed by other niembersg and, Mr. Wicka1'c1 staged the production. The outstanding achievements of the year were devising and adoption of a standard ritual for the initiation of new members and the betterment of the rules fl ul Iain ,XX for admission to the club. lf' X After such a successful year, the club can but hope that next year will prove if to be just as profitable. To the A. U. K. of 1930-31 we send greetings and best l wishes. g So, as of old, may yon of today Still carry on the A. ll. K. May you work and strive to keep her name 53. One of worth and vim and fame. dwt And then, we hope youlll hear all say, , 7 - q' I: "Gee, we like the A. D. K!" .X , ,E il' ll .4 , . Y? r 1 -.1 . A .winin- 113 ALLIGEW 133 ,x Dramahc Pr'odu6'c1ons WHY THE CHIMFS RANC As pa1t ot the Qhustmas P1'Og1dIl1 Alpha Delta lxappa plesented Why the Chnnes lxmg 1 play IH one act by lhaabeth lVlcl+adden adapted trom the story ot the same name by Raymond Alde11 The pe1 folmance was another success f01 A D lx The beaut1ful sets vve1c des1gned and executed by members of the club the hghtmg effects vye1e also planned and manlpulated by membe1s lt was a typlcal A D K productlon and measuled up to the excellent standa1d set by that Ol gan1Lat1on The l1ttle play 1tself 15 beaut1ful It teaches the story or the Chr1st Ch1ld 1athe1 than the l yfantme legend of Santa Claus The po1t1ay 1l O1 the seve1al 1oles by the acto1s added g1eatly to the IC21l1SI'I1 of the splendul bLI1pt The pa1t ot Holgel was play ed by John Sp1t1nas HIS 111terp1etat1on dese1ves much P13156 H15 race was full or blended cha1acte1 and spn 1tual1ty and he constantlv essayed the two moods a certam grave half myst1cal dream1ness and bubbl1ng through 1t the h1gh Sp111tS of h1s natural boy1sh selt Zack laney played the pa1t of Qteen and Wlll be remembered by the petulance and revolt 1n h1s CYPTCSSIOH The part ot Gehauf played the old woman 1n a p1'OfCSS1OI12ll manne1 Ten othe1 mem bers of A D K were 1n the suppo1t111g cast The play was lepeated at The SlI1HHfl The1t1e as 1 pant or the annual Scottlsh R1te MQSOHIC Cl1l1SlIT1 is P'11tv STATION YYYY On November Hfth the 5ophomo1e Dramatlc Club p1esented St3.tl0I1 YYYY as part of the assembly program As the name suggests the theme IS centered around a program b1oadcasted by Stat1on YYYY The rad1o program was actually recewed on the stage from Stat1on WTBO Th1S one act play made one of the most entertammg assembly prog1a1ns of the year The student body accorded It abundant applause udglng f1om some of the h1st11on1c ab1l1ty d1splayed 1n th1s p1oduc UOI1 we can look fOl gl eat pC1fOI'fI'13I'1CCS by these emb1yo thespmns du1 mg the next two years 4154 7 HQ l I 9 3 0 IK J," Ii? ff ' , ' ' 1, H , ' , . , Q L t "I, ' . y l l 3 'A . ' Y 1 . . D' in . Bertel, the jolly, robust peasant, was carried by James Fatkin g and Mary .!AXX ' - v ' . ,fs 'fl 1 1 n A A I J . l 1 An . . . . 1 . . . .- k . 3 .N S ,ell ' qu P 1 lr L , 5 . , 1 , H l - 7-J.- u 114 A ALLIGEWI ' ' l930 fp, I gf ifiilg 5 il, 3 5 Y xy X Wfurn To The Right" pf' V75 MAY 5th, at the Strand Theatre, the Senior Class presented 'fTurn to the Rightl'-a most delightful comedy by Winchell Smith and John ' Hazzard-as the annual Class Play. SL J2 The play was an old-fashioned comedy about simple, home-loving people. The story was related amid scenes that suggested the purity and sweet- ness of country lifeg and the lessons taught by the situations in the piece were numerous and always conspicuous. The interest of the audience was obtained upon the rise of the first curtain when we found Joe Hascom on his way home after a year in Sing Sing Prison. His two prison pals, Gilly and Muggs, follow him home. In doing so, they cause Joe much anxiety, as he fears they will tell the home-folks where he has spent the past three hundred and sixty-five days. Joe's activities of the past ten years are pretty much a secret to his mother and sweetheart, Elsie. The plot deepened when we found that "Deacon', Tillinger, Elsie's father, had been robbed, and joe was accused of the dishonesty. Joe told Elsie of all the wrong doings in his past life, and admitted that he was an utter failure. Through Elsie's encouragement and because he still loved her, Joe "turned to the right." just how he and his two pals turned the financial difficul- ties of his mother into financial success and at the same time won wives, afforded us one of the most delightful evenings we have ever experienced. We shall never forget the trip up the hill to f'The House that Joe Built." Will you? The success of the play was due, in no small degree, to the efforts of Harold C. Wickard, director of dramatics, who took a cast of inexperienced seniors and "by magic" presented, on the night of the performance, a group of thespians capable of difficult characterizations and unusual portrayal of emotions. The general tone of the play was demonstrative of Mr. Wickard's mastery of dramatic technique. The beautiful and elaborate scenes, the unique theme, and the striking elec- trical effects were contributory to the success of the play. However, without the cast, which presented it, there would not have been a play. Within the cast, there were no outstanding stars. Each actor did "his bit,', and as a result achieved success, and thereby added another milestone in '3O,s march to glory. THE CAST joe Bascom .... .................. .... A R THUR KENNEDY Nfuggs ........... . ............ RAY LAKIN . . . . . . . . .CLIFTON YoUNc:BLoon ..........IAMEs FATKIN ............JOHN SPITZNAS Crilly ........... Deacon Tillinger. . ,. Sam Martin ....... Lester Morgan .... ,... . RICHARD C1-mIsToPHI-:R Callahan .. ...... ......... I ioBi-:RT THANNER . . . . . . . .Jost-tPH MILL:-:R ......L1-:Roy DIXON .......EDWENA DURR lsadore ....... Moses ........ Mrs. Bascom .... Elsie Tillinger .... .... J ANE McCUI.I.oUGH Betty Bascom ..... ......... M ARY GEHAUF Jessie Strong ...... . ....... AILEEN Jomzs Katie ........... ..... V ERNA SCHOPPICRT 115 ii all nui- I , ew I li Z ': f"- va L ALLIGEWI ' '- l930 Sophomore Dramatic Club OFFICERS President ...... ........... ...,. Z A CK LANIQY Vice-President . . . ......... MARY RUHL Secretary ...... .... l ill'IULAlI IQICMMICT Treasurer ......... ........ I EAN BARR Scrgcarzt-at-Arms . . . . . .EDYTHIQ DAWSON Historian ....... .... ll fl12Ll:A Tl'fNNl'1Y Famlfy Adviser .... ...... ly llss Roucv The Sophomore Dramatic Club-recently named "Sigma Delta Chiu-is one of the most popular clubs in the school. The purpose of the organization is to try out the dramatic ability of the incoming Sophomores. The first production of the club, "Station YYYY," was given in the regular school assembly period. From all reports, we gave a very enjoyable presentation of Tarkington's comedy. Later in the year, we selected a pin for our club. its design is suggestive of the work in which we are engaged. The club has enjoyed a successful year and hopes that the next class of Sophomores will continue the club and enjoy it as greatly as the members of the present organization have. A 1' .X if g lil-' -U ' LLIGEWI l95 Glee Club OFFICERS Prcsia'c11i . .. .......... .......... j Milfs FATIUN SL't'7'f'Ilfl7',l' . . . .... RICHARD CHRls'ro1'Hi-:R Libraifiazz ........... ........ I 2wA1.D IQUICH 1. flssisfaizz' Lilzrariun .... ...... . . .............. . . ...... JOHN Coma "VK'hilc to his harp Amphion sang, The Allegany Glce Club chorus rang." A tuneful air as "Ma"g a negro spiritual as "Massa Uear"g a swaying lullaby as "VVho's That A-Callin' Hg a gay tune as "Three White Horsesng or even a song taken from Greek Opera as "Ramesee" can be wonderfully transposed into the most melodious tunes by the Glee Club, an organization known throughout the city and in many near-by towns. At various times throughout its existence, the club has appeared before school and church assemblies: it has exhibited its talent before school supervisors from various statesg and it has contributed largely to the success of three Spring Concerts. Last year, we gained the distinction of staging a musical comedy with an all male cast. lloys who couldn't sing a note were taken into the Glee Club, on probation, and in two or three years they had regular places in the School Octette, leads in the musical comedies, and reputations as soloists of note. Mr. A. W. Taylor is both the founder and present director of the Allegany Glee Club. 117 , . 5 r T' " ' 1-4' I' " " r L 4 - ff 'S ,D , sa- ' 5- -1 sc. f ' 2 -hxl.iT, .: ' l Li ,Q L ,XL , fi., , ,. I B vb 1' I vb Y L ,J--' r .7 -5 In Q. n ss 5, -.N y C Q C ff gk: - - r- 5, 44 . up X 5 - "N ., 4 Q . 9 Q c . ', A- -aj' s ' Q- . lvw, ,y T-4'- .V ' hs Z A- EL , 1 -nb-. C I x ,: ' xg : I 'A .r .. f' 5 P 'T ' x. l i' 4, X- 4 x ALLIG-EW Allegany Choral Club Prcsidwz! ..... Vice-President .. Secretary .... Treasurer . . . Librarian .. Historian .. Director... OFFICERS Ri-zlalfgccix l'H1LLlP1fl . . .lharrv EFFLAND .....jEsslE KUHN . . .Es'rH1eR FRVl'c1I . .TZLICANOR CAPPER .Doicoruy KAPLON DoRoTHv Wri-L1soN The Choral Club is one of the oldest and most prominent clubs in Allegany. lt has been in existence for eight years and has always been very popular. This year the Choral Club's activities have included: assembly programs, the annual Spring Concert, a church concert, and part of the Commencement music. The outstanding event was the annual concert which was given in extraordinary fashion. The club also had an appropriate float in the Armistice Day Parade, and continued the excellent scrap book, which was started several years ago. The scrap book contains programs in which the club participated since its organization, and is illustrated with drawings of the club,s blue and white uniforms and the official pin. lt also contains snapshots of various members. The Choral Club has truly advanced music in Allegany and is a recognized musical organization in Cumberland. 0 0' 0 Ji il X i .' , ,I P ' ll ' -, 1 t 1 , l930 A 1. origin-w 1 Y.- I L M Y N i Allegany Qcitette SOPRANO ALTO TENOR BASS KTARY El.'I'HN Rom-:ie'rs R1-iizlicc.-x l'HIl.I,lI'l'l Pfxioizv VVA1.I,1s Ronlcnw' 'PARKIQIQ Doius Hlclzs'l'lc1N l.oUlslc HMLAN EIl1QI.IE F1lzl.1I2 hlixmlis FA'l'K1N .fllf4'1'11r1lr'.v l'JoRo'rHY JANE Br-xr:ENr and ,loHN CITI'I,liR The Uctette is the youngest, smallest, and one of the most popular and useful of the organizations in Allegany. They try to represent the best the school ca11 produce in vocal music. For three years, they have come for practice every Monday morning before school, and their artistic success shows the effects of this steady and loyal work. The Senior Class, Alpha Delta Kappa, the Newspaper Club, the English Department, The Monarch Club, the Parent-Teachers' Associations of various schools and Flintstone High School are among the organizations who have called upon the Octette to help in their programs. The school often enjoys their music in assemblies and concerts. Half of them graduate this year, and we hope the experiences they have had in singing in The Octette will be but the beginning of the pleasure that they and 'if' 0, their hearers will derive from their lovely music. I - 5. ll ' L l 119 IN! Q 'SQQF fl LLIGsEWl ' I9 3 Allegany Orchestra OFFICERS President ............. ..... I lolalcivr PARIQIQR Serrvftiijv amz' Trvcismfer. . . ........ lXlARY Jo SH14:L'roN Director .............. . . .lX'l Iss Ilokornv VVn.l.lsoN Our well organized orchestra, under the able direction of Miss Dorothy VVillison, has been strengthened by several violins and, due to the organization of the band, the brass section of the orchestra has been greatly increased. During the year. the orchestra has played at Kingsley M. li. Church, Union Street School for the l'arent-Teachers Association meeting, the preliminary and tinal declamation contests, the A. ID. K. Christmas Assembly, the Cumberland l,ibrary Lecture, the Sigma Delta Chi Play. the Commercial Department lllay, the Recital of Shakespeaies Macbeth, the Debates. the Senior Class l'lay4"Turn to the Rightf, the Spring' Concert, in which there was a violin trio and a brass quartet, and the Commencement Exercises. During the course of the year, a new idea was originated, and the formation of a nine-piece -lazz Orchestra was attempted. After several practices, the debut of this new group was made at the first of the Senior parties. Later, this orches- tra played at many other school parties. l,ast but not least, we must mention the acquisition of a 'AStar Saxophonistn- lllr. Foy A. Curryfby both of these orchestras, 120 O 'xiii ' li Z- 'I hr vi-J.- , XX ' x ! iii! S 11. P ' if-2 c l , 1.1.1G1aw 5,l',U I9 so ,l o x X I 1' N KA 7, 4 Ll? xal Q .t .M .Kr Allegany Band OFFICERS Prvsidcizf ...... . . .GI-1cNMoRx4: Rlcla Virt'-President . . . ...... RAY li,AKlN SL'C7'L'Z'U7'.V ..... ....... E DGAR DAwsoN Trvasurvr . .. ...... CoRF1r:1,D PA'rr1aRsoN Director .... ................................... lv ltss DORO'l'IIY WILLISON The progress of the lland, during this, its second year, has been far in ad- vance of our fondest expectations. On Armistice Day, the entire organization made its flrst public appearance in new, snappy uniforms. Charles Smith, as Drum Major, Ustrutted his stunff' and the striking appearance of the whole band was favorably noted by all. Next they appeared at the Allegany-La Salle football game, and by their playing did much to spur our team on to victory. The band went to llaltimore and appeared at the state track meet. Allegany can boast the distinction of being the first VVestern Maryland school to be rep- resented by such an organization at a contest of this kind. Reinforced by the abundance of musical talent to be received from Junior High next year, we feel sure that the band will be, in reality, "Bigger and Better Than Ever." 121 il IA asv:- I 1 ev? l .- ' V . ll 2 f1 1 br. ':o:-J.- A LLIGEW l l930 1 Who s Who In The Orcheitra VIOLINS HELEN LOY AJARIGARET COREIELD FERMAN AICFI-ZRRAN ALICE SMITH AIARGARET 'FHOMRSON FRANCIS VVEBS'l'ER X71-IRNA SCHOPl'ER'I' ELEANOR IJAWSON HERBIZRT SMILI-:Y JUANITA COOKE VIRGINIA SHIPIE SHIRLEY FURTNEY PIANO CLARINET TROMBONE MARY JO SHELTON LEROY SCHOPPERT ARTHUR LANICY TRUMPETS AND CORNETS GLEN MORE RICE RICHARD IJUNLAI' BARITONE BASS VIOL ARTHUR BRILL RUSSELL PUNTON DRUMS AONES AICh'III.L!'IN JOHN RHINIJ C MELODY SAXOPHO NES ROBERT PARKER VJ'Al.'l'liR REu,IIARI1 ADELBERT SMILEY FRANCIS TRAYNOR FOY A. CURRY E FLAT ALTO SAXOPHONES ROY NIAY FREDERICK IJODD In The Band PICCOLO FERMAN IXJCFERRAN ' ALTOS EMURY VVALLIS ZACK LA NEY ADELRERT SAIILEY TROMBONES ARTHUR LANEY EVERETT GIBBS RORERT NJORICLA ND A CLAIR MILLER BARITONES GUS XAIARFIIELD ARTHUR BRILI. CYMBAL SOLOIST THOMAS GILCHRIST CLARINETS JOHN ROIID VVILLIAM KIKRHT' RORERT I J1I,I.liNlil-IR LEROY SCHOPPICRT M ELVIN DAWSON FRANK ROIIIIIN ROY MAY ' RALI-H VA NDIERURII-"l' TUBAS fx COREII-:LD PATTERSON EDGAR DAWSON DRUMS RAY LAKIN JOE MILLER CROMWELL ZEMIIOWER I' 'I SAXOPHONES I ' MR. CURRY EDWARD EATON FRANCIS FFRAYNUR I 1 ! ROBERT PARKER ARTHUR ROEDEIQ FREDERICK IUODD K l VVALTER REIGHARD - 4 TRUMPETS AND CORNETS im! GLENMORE RICE OKLIN GEIDER FRANKLIN JOLLICY ,wg iQxyfF g RICHARD DUNLAP CHARLES MURRAY EDWARD SERF Q74 0 ii? fi? K I ARTHUR BILLMEYER ,A , ix I'-L' ll 2 ':- wg It - ' vs! 'S L, '- 9. .lv 122 4 Gossip Char the Goblet N l"lifXXtil'f, cluriug the early part of the Niueteeulli Century, it was a popular custom for lieth men aurl women to meet aml rliseuss the news of the clay at cafes. The cafes were loeaterl along the prominent avenues aml lmulevarfls aurl the tables were plaeecl along' the sirlewallcs umler sharle trees ur lnriglit awuiitgs. At this time it was lmelieverl that if a persian was to he cleemecl as eulturefl he must be very rliguitierl, have perfect manners, aml he almle to eimverse easily with the laclies. These suppusemlly grmocl manners were a mixture of rlaiutiuess aucl erurle habits, aurl as a result, all the rlaiulies of the clay gathererl at the cafe to chat with the helles. B Q Q K I ALLEGANY LIFE lla!! .S . ALLIGEW L1fe At Allegany H1Qh School WI F AN and Joan ma1ch1ng along Slde by slde entered the Assembly f ff Hall w1th but one resolve fixed hrmlv 1n the1r nnnds not to get sen l KD ly tlmental over the bemor Assembly about to be held ean grasped S ,-Q her partner s hand say1ng 1n a determ1ned whrsper Remember now no m1sty eyes or quaverlng volce We ve walted three long yeals for thls moment so why be flCCC1tf1,1l and act as we w1sh th1s werent almost the end? Oh lll contlol myself stated loan 111 the same determlned vo1ce then a trlfle less assured But 1f they smg Deal Old H1gh School I well you know that song does sorto get you ean v1as about to make a scornful retort when the s1gnal was g1ven for Flag Salute so she had to content herself w1th g1v1ng he1 frlend a w1ther1ng glance meanwh1le shak1ng her head slowly The prog1am had ended Mlss VV1ll1son mounted the platform and at the wave of her baton the orchestra began the l1lt1ng muslcal stralns of the Allegany H1gh School 'Song The whole student body rose as one and as such burst forth mto the most beloved song oan glanced qulckly at the g1rl St3I1Cl1Ilg at her s1de expectlng to see her ey es laughmg wxth cvmcal amusement but was surpr1sed to hnd m them the dreamy fal away look of one lost 111 rever1e As the mus1c ran on she became wrapped 1n he1 own med1tat1ons however and forgot Jean com pletely Sophomore Year' Would she ever forget 1t? Weeks and weeks of con fuslon Weeks and weeks befole one was absolutely ce1ta1n that these wele the r1ght stalrs to take and th1s the rlght door to enter lnnumerable reprlmands from the new teachers and razz1ng from the upper classmen New surround1ngs and new faces new names to be lea1ned and w1th It all a declded development of an 1nfe11or1ty complex w1th only the consolatlon that w1th next year would come the oppoltunlty to do unto others umor Year' One felt that she had ar11ved at last A happy med1um had been atta1ned One could go along secure 1n the knowledge that unhke the lowly Soph of last yeal she knew her Allegany and was wlthout the 1nev1table worrv and stram that are the bemor s due And then anothel qeptember Th1s tlme retu1n1ng to Allegany lI'1OW1l1g that It IS to be the last year spent w1th1n her frlendly walls ln the past year one learned to love the school and lovmg It the knowledge of depart1ng makes he1 just a l1ttle pens1ve Hangmg l1ke the SWOI d of Damocles IS the fact that each scholast1c duty each student act1v1tv 19 be1ng performed for the last tlme and thus evexy act becomes s1gn1hcant One puts forth her very best effolt to make the grade that wlll enable her to stand prepaled at the thleshold of the new l1fe that follows school davs Fleetlng days these and before one realwes It she s steppmg out of he1 old seat and a pert young un1o1 IS say1ng w1th bored pohte ness Pardon please l l93O 'ne A ' 1,9 . . ,Q A X Q . . Y . V X ' "4 1 ' 1 , 'V1 I ' x ' ' ' : " - - - 5 J ' . 1 , . . . . .fs . 1 ' ,, . . . , . 1 1 N - V A . . . . , , . ,Y 1: 1 . Y - 11 - ' ' 1 1 ' , 1 - 1 ' , cc ' ' 1 A ' 1 xx ns s 5. , W , 1 ,Y J 7 N , B, , - I Y , ' ' x l 7 1 1 . . , , ' J . . y . Y . . g .i . A . 1 , . , ' F . Y w . 1 1 ' '. v r 1 7 u u - . Y , l' . . Y Y . 5 Y . 1. . A . 7 . . , ' sc , 97 . . ' , V ' - KK , 57 Y ' ' ' L' 5 Y s 1 . - . , ' c . , ' f, Q ,fx . . y , fl 'lk' Q 7 Y 9 Y 7 . fl '1 - ' ' 1 ' X l ai i x 1 u Q . . I . . , . Y , . , 4 4 L I A . . Q . , ," 7 5 4 7 Is.: . . y 7 J . 1 . v. . . - tv. n , 1: U . 'I - I ' . ' ' ' . - , x . . l -4 4 r fn rs ' HK Q-oi-J.. AE LLIGEWI l93 "Open your book to page l56." The voice of the director came like a shock to the two dreamy-eyed Senior girls standing in the rear of the Assembly. They obeyed mechanically, without looking at each other, but when a large tear splashed with a faint plop on page 156 oan just cOuldn't resist the desire to whisper' Ceitainly music hath charms but well have no misty ey es just like that' and she pointed to the tell tale tear drop FLIsAI3IT H HAMNIIRNMI1 H Alleganys 1930 Celebmties Pest Foy Athlete Rest Gul Athlete 'Vlost Populai Boy Most Popular Gul Tvpical Senior Boy Ty pical Qenioi G1rl lmest Sport Most Personality 'vlost Stud1ous Vlost Fl1rtat1ous Piggest Nuisance 'Vlost lnquisitive Rest Line l Iggest Ciggler Typical Allegany BOS Tx pical Allegany C111 Wittiest Most Talented Most Devoted Couple FRID SMIT Most Oiigmal Rest Looking Box Most Attractive Cul Most School Qpnit HUCH NTACATILIAD. IIAH WIIIISOR DICI PITTNPR MARY jo QHI-LFOIX HARRY PYIR HFLLN MCFERRAN RAY I Al IN IANI MCCLIIOLR ll RIBI CCA OLIVI I FTHTL SHLCI CLIFTON YOL NL BLOOD CI.IITOIx YOUIYCBIOOD TOHN CI PLI R RI Bra CA PIIILLI1 Pl HARRY BYRR HFLIIN MfFIRRAX WAI ll R RURNI-R DOROTHY KAPLOIN H WILDYI WILLIAM ELFABOR CAPPFR ARTHUR KPNNYDX ANF Mc CI IIOLCYT JOF ABLILLI ITA 0 Hen 1,9 ' . ,J . ff - ' v ' v 7 ' v v '- L 1 7 1 ' ' -, Q 1' I if ' . 1 . Q 'J 'J 1' . ...................................... 1 TJ . ' I ' , y .......................................... C eu t I .5 i ' ..........................,................ 'z E V I n, 1 l . uwv..-,Q--.'..u.....v1.---....-....--. 4 4 f 3 F' f v R, .................................................... 4 X . f ' ' f I I., I I Q' ' .................,.......................... 2 4: . at I ' ' ............................................ 2 L f fc 'ri i ..................................... l 1 Biggest Baby ...............................,............... JAMES FATKIN ,. . 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Q ,fl "x A I . -' .4 F 'I Y I hr. - ' ' v-o:".L.Ld 125 A30 ICIVQ ALLIGEW l Declamahon Contest The P1Cl1I'111I1'l1y contest ot the annual T'1sl C1 f l owndes lletl 1111 ltlllll Lou test v1h1eh was held 1n the AuflltO11UU1 ot the Allegmx Hlgll Sthool on ljtttlllllil the s1xth attlaeted a la1ge1 d.L1Ll1CHLC than h1d he1eto1o1e 11tte11ded 1 tontest ot th'1t type The Contestants wx e1e 111116 111 nun1be1 hve E1IlS and TOLII boys 1ll oi NXl1Ol1l lequltted themselves C1CCl1tdl'Jlj The 11111165 ot the Llllltiitntlltg md the tltlu ot the 1Cilll11gS they gave tollovx Qheulotte Self The Sw 111 Song O1pha Tlfllllti P1ltLl1'1lIl l11 the l 1l11e of the lung Cod1e VVh1tn1m The I ost Wf?lCl TCll'l VVllllSUl1 The l ltTlLSl. lxebel Maxy Gehwut L15 uette s Tilflli und lie 1th 'unes l 1tl 111 Theodolc Sharp l1anee s Tr1bute to Alllbllti Iohn Slutfnas The Nl 1ste1ful M111 oi the Ages Ab1aha1n L1ncoln The judges were Dr Thom is W lxoon lVlf1xo1 ot C,umbe1l1n1l M1 Waltel C Capper and Mr V1eto1 D He1sex ln theop1111o11 ot the Judges M uv Gelmuf md John 9p1tmas we1e deemed best and thex x1e1e euh wx arded 21 gold medal and VNCIC g1VCH the ho11o1 ot 1epresent111g Alleg 1111 H1gh Sthool 111 the 511141 eon test held thls vea1 at Alleganx on TJCLCI'I'lbC1 the thnteenth The two wmners made a most tonnnendable showung 111 the t1n1l eontest M my Gehaut s 1CHCllt101l ot the Ifialllflg ehosen by l'lC1 was pronounted 11t1st1t vvh1le ohn Spltfnis earned and w 011 euloglstle eomments 110111 the luge lLlillC1'lKt' whlch '1ttended the fmal contest l ve11 though Allegwm d1d not Wlll the ehfun p10nsh1p Alleganv IS plOl1Cl of he1 eontestints and of the tx pe of seleeuon g1ven 'tl ,A bv e1ch of them ' ' ' C " ' . 1 ' 3. , 1 'z z ' ' - 1'-, , A . 4 A - 1 ' x . Z - ' . . Q , Ji. ' K V 1 7 1 . ' -Q v I T. - . - wk, 2 T . 2 ' ' ' ' ' 2 , ' ' 1 . . 1 ' ' . Z l . , A V: T 1 - ' N 1 T V 1 l' . Y - J ' , , -' X - 4' 77. . . , . . e , . . , . . f' 91 l ' ' , 41 1 Q my I Y ' ' , 1. ' J., , L , . . , , . . , . ,. .'- "5 1' ' C ',""fz'1 ' 1 ' 1: "g J. : fa Q' ," 1 'X TQCJCJSCVClt-AH1Cl'lCZ1I1,,' Edwin Gurlev "The Meanin of AI1lC1'lCH,y' lVlz11'ti11 7 , 3 7 k' , 117. , 1 - lgvug . 51 - ,A k, .1 Zi 1 K - 1 4 ' sy ' f . 2. . ' , ' j' ' ' 1 ' z g '. ' If 1 . ' 1 . ' ' . , z j ' ' 1 1 . 1 ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' . 2 1' ' ' - ' Y . L i V 5 7. . 1 X . z ' f . z . , ,J 3.2K I , Y. .A Z- Z . H . T V . V. X - C . . s 1 C 1 . 1 ,V A L ,V A . I . A x I I ' 15 ' 126 I ' 1930 ALLIGEW I l930 Ferman G. Pugh Debate The preliminary debate of the annual Ferman G. Pugh Debate was held in the auditorium of Allegany High School on Friday, April 4th. The question for debate was: "Resolved, That the United States should compel all aliens prior to ten years' residence in the United States to become cit- izens under penalty of deportation. The Affirmative side of the question was upheld by Martin Sharp, Arthur Laney, and Orpha Bonita Pritchard, with Edwin Gurley as alternate. The Negative side of the question was defended by John Spitznas, james Fatkin, and Mary Gehauf, with Connie Trigonoplos as alternate. On Friday evening, April llth, Allegany's Affirmative debated with Barton's Negative at A. H. S., while Allegany's Negative went to Lonaconing to thresh out the question with Central's Affirmative. ,"A'x ff ix f it l 1 ,Al 630: S .1- ll Z hr. ' '-'Of'.lq- i 127 A X IMP 5 1 1 L L I Gt E W l 1 9 3 School Calendar For 1929-30 SEPTEMBER 3 Mr Relter opens door 610 rush 1n Trafflc Jam ensues 1n COI'IlClOlS Qophomores couldnt hnd 100m to pa11x the11 lmddy Cars 4-F11 st ot a ser1es ot monotonous assembl1es 5 D1cl lhttner beg1ns h1be1nat1ng for the wmter Sleep OVC11ll es hun 111 IJCITIOCIZICW 6-Call fo1 football candldates Fred meets Wendyl Our ambltlons C7 alluded to at 8611101 Class Meet1ng We xy 0111161 ll 1 MISS Murphy relgns ovel 11b1a1y Good bye chewmg gum MISS D1um astomshed at ou1 lacl of 1nte111gence Ida gets her ha1r cut 16-M1ss Grlmm does he1 stuff for the 2,1115 Ha11y Pyer and Hughle do then Cold Dust speclalty for Mxss li 1der A D K reo1gan17es Cha11es and Cleo fuss Ouhestra tunes up Second lxrusler IIUSSIHQ, 5611101 Class elects officers 141151 lssue of A150111 1ll1r1'01f Katherme Ruhl declares she IS thmugh V111l'l men 26-rflgill Daw son decla1es Red t1es are collegmte James Fatkm gets acqucunted vuth Mau lxuhl Allegany WIHS f1 om Wlnchestel 28 20 1 lue Monday OCTOBER Sophomme D1amat1c Club holds lesson 111 m'11 e up Do the Sophs need that? 1001 1nnocentc1eaturesl em 1 aer and Herbert bm1ly I'I'l1SS111g from M1ss Mclxennw s class Qoph omoles have developed the hablt of gettmg lost 41-M1ss Murphv 1ounds up all the gum chevy C15 Allegany at ohnstovvn 0 0 Fou1 culprxts go to the Peoples Court Anyvvxy they got out ot school Allegany at Penn 2 2 P1ctu1es taken for year bool M1 Coldfxne explams to the Sophs that evervone cant be 1n the f1 ont row Guls defeat M1d1and 8 0 The QOCLCI boys xx 111 over 1 'l'5'11lL 8 0 Football bows defeat Challestoxx n 40 0 Arthul Ixennedy entels school Cnls' C111S' Assembly The band stluts 1ts stuff 41 nt 4 9- 1 1 , 10- ' ' f ' ' . ' . f 1 - . . - . 1 -V. - V. -V ' 12- ' ' ' ' c ' ' ' . 13- ' . 171- ,, , J Y 1: - as ' ,111 ' vw N' 1, - J' 22 . 18- . . . ' '. . 19- ' ' . 20- " . Q ' ' Q f. 23-Q ' ' ' . 24- ,. 1 . . A . ' 25- I . x . 1 T 7. . 27- " Y ' I " . ' . U 28- . f ' ' ' ' '- - . 30- 3 .yn 1-Rain. "Tommy,' Gilchrist goes to store under "l1aldy's" raincoat. 2-Q ' ' 'X ' . c - ." "C " 1 , . ' i i. o 3-J: 1 2' " ' V. " .K . - 5- j V - - . l XXX 8- - - . 1 l 10- " ' ' ' Q. '. 1 .' ' . "C ." 1 1 . 1 - . . l I A a -I 1 K 1 . n - 12- 7' , ' ' - . 5. ' Y J' ' ' . 1' ' . 1' ' . U1 A-ff , 15- , Q - , Q ill Q 7' ":l 1 1 5,1 1 -,, '-1. J.- 128 f 25303 A 4' I. I LLIGEW 17-Allegany at lleall-soccer, O-2. 19-Allegany is defeated by Hagerstown, 6-O. 22-Game with Bruce called off. 24-Barton at Allegany, 2-3. 26-Waynesboro at A. H. S., 13-13. 28-LaSalle at A. H. S., 8-1. ZQTALLIGEWI staff is busy. 30-"Jack" is "at home" in the locker room. 31-Martin Tenney arrives at school before 9 :0U. NOVEMBER 1-Half day school. Rig celebrations! 2-Allegany's football team defeated by lvlartinsburg, 12-18. 5-Sophomore Dramatic Club presents assembly play. 7-"Los Angeles" passes over A. H. S. 9-The football team defeated by Keyser, 0-14. 11-Armistice Day Parade! Charles Smith leads the band. 12-Mr. Kopp speaks in assembly on Armistice Day. 13-Girls' League plays "Truth or Consequencesf, Ask lllary Ruhl! 14-Club pictures taken. 15-"Sue,' and "Yump" bring back romance to Allegany. 18-Mary Ruhl gives Fatkin the air. 19-Fatkin tells ALLIGEWI staff that he needs vacation. 20-Miss Drum gives interesting piano selections in assembly. 25-Football game with Altoona called off. 26-Rig pep assembly. 27-Thanksgiving Holidays. 28-Thanksgiving! Allegany brings home the turkey-defeats L. S. 1., 7-O. DECEMBER 2-Pupils sick. Six-week tests. 3-James Fatkin gets stuck in Aa.L1c:tcxy1 office door. 4-Reports! Results censored. 5-Hugh MacMillan falls again-this time from a chair. 6-Mary Gehauf and John Spitznas winners in the preliminary declamation I I930 contest. 9-Locker inspections-or revelations. 10-Mr. Wickard and James Fatkin agree on one point pertaining to the year book. 11-Ruhl's and Company walk to school. - 12-Clifton Youngblood has l'permanent" reset. I i 13-Powells have a flat tire. 16-Mr. Wickard announces rehearsals for the Christmas entertainment. I I 171 Q fl Av. v-or-J.. 129 l -"h is IME l PTT: V S li!" E' fix .I X f LLIGEWI ' I930 18-The girls and boys received their letters. 19-Allegany is awaiting "Santa's" annual visit. 20-A. D. K. presents the annual Christmas program. Dances! Songs! "VVhy the Chimes Rang!" Santa Claus! Presents! Holidays! Hurrah! JANUARY 6-Vacation over. Robert Robinette is breaking in a new stick of chewing-gum. 7-Once again, romance comes to Allegany-"Othello', is shown in assembly. 8-Student Council proposes to install lights to regulate traffic jam in the cor- ridors. 9-Seniors choose "Turn to the Rightl' for class play. Miss Kifer resigns as class adviser. 10-Allegany wins from Bruce. 13-Allegany beats Keyser in basketball for the first time in four years. 14-Choral Club features at regular assembly. 15-Basketball team practicing with determination. 16-Miss Eader gives "Incomplete" test. 17-Allegany beats LaSalle, 28-22. Some game! 21-Professor Frederick Losey gives lecture on "Macbeth'! at special assembly and a recital of "Macbeth" at night. 22-Six weeks' tests-No hard feelings ? ? ? ? ?? 23-Miss Webster refuses to become adviser to Class of TSO. Wliat shall we do? 24-Seniors turn over new leaf. 27f'!Exams" begin-Good luck to all! 30-No school today. Teachers laboring with our Ubrain creations." 31-VVeeping and wailing-Reports are out. FEBRUARY 3-ALLIGEVVI has gone to press. Some record! Staff plans for rest cure. 4-We are entreated to join "The League of Nations." 5-Gleichman enrolls in Mr. Reiter's private physics class. 6-Ethel B.-champion tlirtfand K. Sherman stage duel over "Hughie." 7-"Hughie" saves Charles Gordon from the misfortune of attending an all night party. 10-Mary Morton promises to supply physics class with cup cakes. ll-Allegany beats Martinsburg, 47-38. 12-Spitznas tells us about Lincoln. 13-Senior Class meeting called off! No teacher will become class adviser. What a class? Mr. Taylor assures us that he will supervise "Baby Day' and "Class Day." Three cheers for A. W. T. 14-Valentine Day! Everyone wondering as to the sender of their valentine. Allegany defeats Penn Ave., 35-22. Tie for first place in XV. M. L. League. Whoopee! 130 Di M5533 ' if i Q fu hr 7-.L.. ' A If xy lf' A Et 8305 UTY? , IJ .,.' LLIGEW 17-"Dot" Stitcher accidentally made a basket at practice. Coach doing fine! 18-Rehearsals start for Senior Class Play. 19-The editor wins a place on the debating team by delivering Spitznas' speech. 20-f'Tomboy" Tyler of "Mighty" Beal! High amuses several members of the staff. 22-Mary Morton suffers from attack of the "Hu" after the Westmont boys "flew the coop." 24-Allegany, 24-La Salle, 21. l.et's go, Alco! 25-Girls' League Minstrels delight student body. 26-Ethel B. receives her first "love letter" from '1Hughie" and Charles Gordon. 27-The Business Manager has Spring Fever. 28-Basketball team leaves on trip to Pennsylvania. Sophomore girls weep and wail. Must be great to be an athlete! MARCH 3-lloys are back at school. Won all games on the trip. Cause much merriment by exhibiting the love letters they received from some of those wee Soph- omore girls. 4-A. D. K. Dance announced for March 14th. S-john Hanley gets to school before nine o'clock. Mrs. Warlield celebrates. 6-Student Council adopts point system for school offices. We cannot under- stand how the vice-president of the Sophomore Class could have an equal responsibility with the presidents of the more active clubs. 11-john and Arthur Duxbury entertain us with dramatic recital and songs. 12-La Salle defeats Penn Ave., 33-32. Oh! Boy! We almost have that pen- nant. 13-We have that pennant. Allegany defeats Bruce, 72-16. 14-Black and Gold Decorations! Favors! Refreshments! Unusual Games! Splendid Music! Initiation! -A. D. K.'s Tenth Anniversary Dance! 17-Commercial Dansant sponsored by Room 17. 18-Reports! Some seniors begin to see that a diploma isn't just 'round the corner. 19-Choral Club Party. 20-The Ruhl Sisters have a Hat tire. Fatkin and Wiant decide on vocations. Guess what? Rubber-workers. I I 9 3 0 21-Miss Henderson decides she doesn't know 31-3 English. 24-All of Room 8 on time for school. 25-Felix Brady walks to school. 27-Robert liichelberger is sent to the ofiice. Horrors! l APRIL ' 1-April Fool Day! Enjoyed by all. Why shouldnt we enjoy that day? ! D2 2-Night rehearsals start for "Turn to the Right." 51533 li B .Q v-4C'Lk-- 131 A 5 0 fx, ff ii 1 l lg fi- ' 'x f-- llwf ITT" LLIGEWI ' " l930 3-"Bill', Somerville doesn't visit Miss Kifer. 4-Preliminary Debate. 9-Musical Organizations appear in splendid concert. 10-Band starts outdoor practices. Sophs develop "rubber-necks.', ll-Ferman G. Pugh Debate. 15-Jean RHEI' decides to wait until next year to win an athlete's love. 17-Easter Holidays! Last breathing space. 19-Alumni Easter Frolic. 22-Rack at the old grind. lt won't be long now. 24-Locker inspection. 'Twas necessary to hire additional janitors to remove the paper from the building. 25-Team leaves for Penn Relays. 28-Penn Relays in Philadelphia. MAY 3+Dual Track Meet at Martinsburg. 5AThe Calcium Glare! The Seniors present "Turn to the Right" at the Strand. 6-"Taxiel' sleeps through another assembly. 12--Robert lladgley demonstrates his ability as a toe dancer before the Volunteer Fire Department of Ridgely. 14-Charles Smith doesn't break a dish in Cooking Club. 19-eThe Yearbooks arrive. Grand rush for "The Rest o' the AI.LlKll2XX'lES.,, 20-Curls! Knickers! Lolly-pops! Senior llaby Day! 23-Junior Senior Prom. 24-C. V. A. L. Track Meet, VVaynesboro. 27-Frederick Dodd can actually play 'K ,Tis Allegany" on his saxophone. 28-Physics Class visits X-Ray Laboratories. VVe see through many of our class- mates now. 30-Decoration Day! Early dismissal. 31-County Track Meet. A JUNE 3-Weepiii' and wailin'-Senior Farewell Assembly. 4-Cupler finds out that he was elected advertising manager of the l930 ALLIGEWI. 6-State Track Meet. ' 9-"Last Bridge to Cross." Senior Exams. m X l0-Geneva Sowers says she 'intends to reside in VVashington. A' 14-Senior Outing at Burlington. 1 16-The Alumni entertains the Seniors. K l 17-Class Day Exercises. A 18-The Prom. iun, V 1 19-Faculty Reception to the graduates and their parents. 20-Commencement! VVe hate to leave Allegany. 'P P fl A F I '! M hr '-1.-J.. 132 .JJFICJ Too viognac? 9 l .9 PLL 951-1 li I0 5 Q 1. Boola, Boolal ll JNII ti1111- agu, llflfllllllll was c1111si1l111'1-ml a l'21lllL'l' uiiusual 541111111- 111111 llllltllllg many thrills, .1'1't full 1 1' l' 1' tactics. lh1- 111151111111 clayg l111t, thc pigslciii ws " 1 1.11151-1's aml LlIlSlJtJI'lSlH2lllllliC s 1111 :1 team have :1lwz1-vs llL'L'Il as they are to 11111115 111 11l1l 1l11l 11f1t 1-xpc1'1c11cc the th1'1llQ 111 thc 11111rl1-V11 fall classic. The lDl2lj'L'I'S stfmfl upriglit iiistcacl 111' l:111'1-ling x1'l1il1 Signals 111-rc cz1ll1-1l, Zllltl IICVCI' 11-licrl 1111 SlI'2llL'gj' 111' lCClllllllLlL' as we 1l11 lfJflZl.Y. l11tl11-:111t111111111f 79,1111 ff 11111 111 tl11 XL ll xx s 1 1 'z 1 ' A 'rf Z1j'L'tl l11't11'1'1-11 Xvllll, 1. , 1 11 :1111l l'1'i11cet1111, at llfllItJliL'11, New .lL'l'SL'j'. Unl 5' a llillltll-Lll 111' sp1'1't:1t111'4 saw the ga1111'. hut time has 11111 s .' ' "c:1.'111l th1- i11t1'1'1-st i11 lilltlllbilll to thc uxteut that tnclay thc g:11111-s 2ll'L' 1x'it11css1-cl hy t1111s 111' th1111sa11fls. ATHLETICS 1X ALLIGNEWI l930 Il LLEGANY stands forth bravely in athletics. Her teams have conquered hosts of squads, and subdued the best of high schools. lt is her policy to play square and play well. The following pages show the precision with which she has livecl up to her policy. X If x 4 I .ine ev: mite I S fi- in Z 5- 'ru l .. r . 'Var I.. ' 134 I Coaching Staff l I NY.-xl.'l'r:lz Bowrzrzs KATE GRIML1 llvud Coarlz, Football and l1'a.vkvtball Girls' Allzlvfifxv FOY CURRY CI.lF1f'0RlJ NEAL Trark .S'oru'r 135 AL 1 lr lill- 'vw-v-Q' v E! 'U lr' QI til LIG-EW! l930 Football Q LLEGANY started football the last week in August when Coach IVJVA lv tense training Thev emeiged two weeks later a group of husky young warriors with elements ot football correlated with their acts thoughts, and deeds. Although Allegany had only one regular back from the 1928 edition of the gridiron sport, Coach Bowe1"s initial call was answered by over fifty candidates who, with training, had the requisites of making a good qffkm V113 H , fy: sig, - - 1 ls .v Bowers and his men slipped away into the woods for a period of 1n- ' f W ' - - fA.gi,,x. .. H, - ,l ' , K ' L i v team. By the time of the first game, Allegany was able to put on the held a smooth working combination that wrecked Winchester, 20-0 g and sped on to Johnstown to annex the glory of holding a "Johnny" team to a scoreless tie. Next came Charlestown and a surprising 40-O victory that impressed the sport followers of Cumberland with the offensive power of the team. Unable to get going, and subject to two unlucky breaks, Allegany fell before Hagers- town, 6-O. Returning home from Hagerstown, we tied Waynes- boro, 13-13. Allegany failed to avenge Martinsburg's defeat of last year, and fell 18-12 on a last-minute pass. Against Key- ser, injuries and breaks forced A. H. S. to bow, 13-Og but Al- legany's power again became evi- - 4 ly Springs, 52-6. The final game of the year brought Allegany satisfaction and happiness, when against a great La Salle team, the Men of Bowers played like demons, and with a line exhibi- tion of team-work and reserved power, the Allegany machine thundered on to a 7-O triumph. COACH "B1LL" BoWERs 136 dent when we won from Berke- s 4 . 'MTX ' 1 .Pl Q Y-I hr. l'-vial., L SQUAD I93 Rice, Angellatta, Cessna, Schoppert, Hammond, Blume, Rhind, VVenrich, Loncarevich, VVillison, Hill, Lord, DuVall, VVard, Trignoplos, Bruce, Coach Bowers MacMillan, VVhceler, Vlfolfc, Twigg, Bcalkey, Golden, llanner, Clark, Douty, Firlie Gurson, VVelker, Williamson, Ott, Van Horn, Navc, Eichelbcrger Lcft End. . . Left Tackle. .. Lcft Guard .... Center ....... Right Guard. . Right Tackle.. Right End .... Quarterback .. Lcft Halfback. Right Halfback. . . Fullback ..... Football TEAM ROBERT EICHELBERGER . . . . .HAROLD WELKER . . . .CHARLES VVOLFIQ ..........JAMESOT1' .. .RICHARD VAN HORN . . . . . . .ELLIS NAVE .. . . .ABIE GURSON . . .ROBERT DANNER . . .BERNARD BEALKEY . . . . . .EARL TWIGG . . .MERRILL GOLDEN The Backfield TWH C Gm in xx Bi AI Ki- Y Tlnee cheers for Alleganx s bacl held Colden fullbacl Twlgg and Bealkev halfbaclxs and Dannel quuterbaclx These foul gridsteis weie IC91JO119llJlL I-xx F is i DANNER K., , fo1 the splendid success of Alleganys lion Men against great odds. He is a fast hard runner and can play with the best. Twigg in his first year of football showed unusual speed and accuracy in passing and i11 carrying the ball. No man was ever too big for Twigg to get. Our other halfbacl' Bealkey a Sophomore was a powerful figure on every offensive play. H was always full of spirit and capable of cheering the whole team even when we were losing. just before the crucial game with LaSalle Golden captain of the team sustained a broken collar bone. The morale of the squad was broken. Coach Bowers however dis- playing his customary good judgment sent Danner in as captain. lf Danner had never play ed another game while wearing the lwlue and White he would alwavs be one of our heroes. The masterly way in which he controlled the actions of the team and brought to Alleganv the coveted victory over Laballe added the brightest chapter to the archives of Allegany s athletic conquests. gr ie lg un- l L'-Q 14 4 A L L I G E W I I 9 3 0 Golden was a realifullback, capable of gaining ground ! 5 el x 7 ' , X N i , r Ili 4 Ax Y ink r ' . 3 . i l . is l ' lg i-:- 'tl Ir ll, l 1 KB: I . l 138 ALLIGEWI ' l93 ROBERT lil CH ELI SliRGE.R END Our left end was the boy who threw the pep and light into the H29 Whi1'l- wind." "Ike" had a habit of cutting the ball-carrier down with their own inter- ference. He was a valuable asset to the team on the offense. We predict that :'Ike" will still be on the end next year, if his friendship with Cupid continues. For three years, he has worked to make Alco's teams bettei, and muen credit is due this true Alleganian. . Av---- Alllll GURSON END Playing right end is Abie's favorite sport. "Smuck" was the "pug" who cut down more men in a day than Father Time does in a year. He was a deadly taekler, a splendid interferer-an all around end. llest of all, it is rumored ' that l'Abie" and 'llke" are going to be playing "hanky-panky" with Johnstown, Keyser, and l.aSalle next year. JAMES OTT cuN'rR1c V 7 x '.f"N'-tx Jim, our big Center, was one of the heaviest men on the team. He made a Rx great record of having but very few of his passes mishandled by the backlield. , His defensive playing would make a nuc- , l I leus for any team. Allegany recom- ' n mends Jim to any institution needing a ' good Hsnapper-back" and a wonderful , -i fello '. . 55- iifb ' W 51 5 9 ' Q - 'S rr li E Us vi r Q 'l . Q. '1'- ' o 'rvZ'.lq. 139 A L LIGEW I I 9 3 O RICHARD VAN HORN q GUARD Af- Dick held down the toughest position 'f ' on the teamginterfering guard. lt was a common occurrence for Dick to cut down two or three defensive backs. The position of guard draws slight recogni- tion, but, it takes a man to play it as Dick did. Van was a real worker, and Allegany will have difficulty replacing this lighting "wild cat." He will always be remembered by those who witnessed the La Salle game as the man who put the punch in Alco's tackle plays. FRED CLARK g 11ALFBAck I "Tack is Allegany's fastest man. On end runs, "Tack" has been thrown, but never from behind. He is an all around player, and one who can be counted on to carry on for A. H. S. next year. On defense, 'he broke up many passes, came through with some great tackles, and otherwise took an important part in the grid campaign of '29. HUGH MACMILLAN IAIALFBACK "Mac" was a backfield man playing Y his first year of football-but, what a lf" 'X , year. He can pass, kick, and run with ' the best of them. In a ame, he fought X , 8 , f every minute. "Mac" reached the realm A of stars in the La Salle game, when he was called upon to take Golden's place, K I and came through with flying' colors. - We are sure that he will be an All- eys American back when he dons the colors dt, 'l'-if I of his college squad. S fl' -lil PE .. r. IIT ! 'l I hr. - 'A ' Zsuinlq- ' 140 fi ix ALLIGEW! l93O ELLIS NAVE TAQKLI4: This big boyhnative son of Pennsylvania-has made a name for himself at right tackle. lt takes an even half dozen to put "Slim" where he can't reach over and get someone by the shoulder, hip, or leg. He has a high per- centage in passes caught, and we predict that next year he will be a receiving station of loose footballs. HAROLD WELKER TACKLE Welker, our big left tackle, was a shock absorber who always appeared to be giving all the shock. He is a great defensive player and the big gun who opened the hole on our strongest and most used play. That speaks well for VVelker! His power availed him much in breaking through interference and in blocking kicks. JAMES XVILLIAMSON GUARD "l3ricklayer" is the most characteristic name .lim ever had. He has played the game two years and knows it like his al- phabet. He is the hardest man to take out of a play, and generally plays in the enemy's hacklield. jim was solid and shifty and always used his head in his opponents stomach. This is the big boy's last year, and 'tis said he hates to leave, be- cause-some say it's a Soph, but we say it's football. CHARLES NVOLFE GUARD "Cholly," the boy with the locker room chant, was a whale of a defensive player. That, along with his aggressiveness, made him a sterlingnlines- 953 ""'? , man. XVe are proud to send this handler ot men R "" S ll- out into the world. Q T I iT r l 'I Q. -vial-- 141 -T AL LIGE WI l930 " VVELIINGTON VVHEELER' 'FACKLE g This lad from Carolina did his bit for Allegany. Wheelei' was a strong de- fensive and offensive linesman. He might truthfully be labeled a package of dynamite, for he was made to play the game of football, being endowed with a body of solid muscle and a quick and ready brain. PAUL DOUTY HALFBACK Although Paul was one of the small- est men on the squad, he is proof of the saying, 'iGood goods come in little pack- ages." "Plug" was very efficient in the art of squirming through tight holes and eluding tackles. VVhile on the offense, he tackled like an old timer. NVe regret that this is "l'lug's', last year. IQLLERY VVARD END Ellery was one of the hardest workers on the squad. He was a great fighter, a mighty tackler, and instilled the team .,.fN,. with vim. His success is due to deter- ," yy mination and grit. Long will we re- " member him receiving difficult passes ' from the air. Here's wishing Ellery a banner year for the coming season of Y 1930. , S il. ir , . f I 142 L LIGEW I l93O Basketball A1legany's "C e Heroes" hrought to a close an extremely successful season, hy hringing to our sc th . onor and glory of possessing the Maryland State Championship. This year, Allegany roast of having had one of the greatest "Five men" teams ever seen in the State. Every new his position and played it, That is what huilds Champion t" XNith that mp ive ' ' ' ing the players and the loyal support of the student llegany jus in. could stop usl 'gany is pro er tea egany is proud of her coach, Nlr. Bowers, who has 1 school in winr g the Stat I and his great ahility to instill have made such a marvelous s tnnant. NVithout his marvelous knowledge of hasket- knowledge into the players, We feel sure we should ug as we did in our regular schedule and in the State u ' 1 's is the second y Nr. has helpediproduce a Championship team g a e feel that we to "Blushing Bill." eg 1 the first game the Y. Nl. C. A., hut after that she got in 0 strid d cated eight opponents Ave., heat usg we heat lieallg and then Keyser d s hut thanks to the e squad that was the last defeat of the season a ny finished the rest SCUYCS. I of sixteen in numher, winning hy decisive .-Xlleg 1 ' if her regulars hrough graduation, hut We are hoping to X2 h npionship 'I' portals of .Xllegany next season. SCORE A, ll. S. Ofvfvonezzfx 19 ....... . Y. KI. C. A. ......... 31 -16 ..... ... Deklolay .... ...... . 17 33 ..... . . . 22 Z3 ..... . . . 13 41, . . ..... . . . . 26 32 ..... . . . . . 14 30 ..... ..... . . 25 ZS. . . ..... . . ZZ 36 ..... ..... 1 iarton High , .. 17 28 .,... ..,Penn. Ave. School . .. 31 24 ,.... ...Frosthurg .. 21 28 ..... ..... K eyser High . .. 31 47. . . ..,.. Martinshurg. VV. Va., H . ......... .. 33 35. . . ...l'enn. Ave. High School .......... ... .. 22 36 .... ...l"ernda1e, lla., High .... ... ..... .. 17 44 .... .. . lfrosthurg High School .. .... .. 33 33... ..... Vlfestmont, Pa., High ... ... ... .. 14 24 ..... ..... 1 -a Salle lnstitute .... ... .... .. 21 39. .. ...Barton High School .... ... ... .. Z-1 54 ..... ..... VN lestmont, l'a., High ... ... .. ., 30 41 ..... ..... P 'ernda1e, Pa., High .......... .. .. 14 54- ..... .,.,. L onaconing High ............. .... . . 18 72... ,... .Vvesternport High School ............... .. 16 40 .... .,... 17 riendsville High School .....,... .. 13 ff 43 .... ..... ' Takoma Park High sciwi .. 14 I -14. . . ..... Kliddletown High School ... 7 53. . . ...... f Xllegany Alumni ......... . 30 55 .... ..... C amhridge High School .... 14 1131 .... ..... T otal Points ........ .. . 15 afar ...f -921' I '. r. ni I ii Z v f Q if ' 1, 143 vas: LLL, V 'M nie PTY? -x gs it L L I G E W l Basketball PLAYERS "IKE" CICSNA rok wa RD llecause "lke" has shown unusual ability i11 the game of basketball and be- cause he is the best "one-handed shot" in Vlfestern lXlaryland, he made the Var- sity during his first year at Allegany. VVe could always rely on "lke" to put all he had into the game. That's why Allegany is fortunate to have him return next year. "DlCKl' IHTTNER FoRwARD "Dick" is the veteran of the team, because he was played on the Varsity for three years. The boy sure knows his basketball! You'll agree to that fact if you had the good fortune to see him play his "masterpiece" against l'enn Ave. VVe regret that we lose "Dick" through graduation. CHARLES GORDON SMl'l'H l'liN'l'liR Deing six foot four and a "witty" player, Charles Gordon htted in the center position with ease. "Smitty" was able to get the "tip" from every opposing cen- ter. Getting the "tip" pays! On the defense, his playing was always spectacular. We lose "Smitty" through graduation, and realize that we'll encounter difficultv in locating his successor. "HUGHllT" MAcflVlll.l.AN GPA RD--CA I-'rA I N "Hughie" led the team through a very successful season. He was always cool, alert, and quick, and excelled at recovering the ball from the banking boards. His ''stick-to-it-iveness'' was a mam factor in the march of "The Cyclone" to the Championship. LEU TVVIGG r1I.'ARn Another of our big boys is "l,iffhthouse Leo." Twigff measures six feet two Q 1 . 5 ' 6. . - . - 1 inches, and is every inch a guard. llis specialties include excellent defensive play- ing, recovering the ball from the banking boards, and sinking l'pot" shots. VVc reg1'et that l.eo leaves this year. HARRY IZYFR roRwARn Always ready to answer the call when needed, Harry proved a valuable man in the role of sub-forward. VVhenever Harry was in the game, he proved a source of much worry for the opposition, as he was one of our best shots. Harry will leave the squad in ulune. Good luck, lflarryl MICRRILI. GOLDICN GUARD Due to injuries received in football, "Red" was unable to start playing with the team at the opening of the season. VVhen he came out, he easily gained the position of sub-guard. During the games in which he played, he appeared to be one of the cleverest guards in the XV. lXl. l. l,eague. NVe hate to lose "lied," 145 l930 Q nl Ili! mga? In Z i 'l ir. I - or J.- 1 X X E.. S fi-1 F i ... ALLIGEW iam l up gb H15 yeai Allegany s soccer hopes were placed in the ' C 5 soccer star of former years. Coach NeaVs iirst call rl H was responded to by five of last year's regulars and a host of experienced players who were on last year's squad or who had played at Junior High. Due to the reserve material on hand, the line-up changed often so that Neal could develop all players showing promise. This season, Allegany did unusualy well. We won four games, tied two, and lost three. This indicates that our soccer teams are steadily improving and that we are in the soccer ring to Stay. Next year, Coach Neal will have a supply of experienced men on the team. Pat Kilroy, the rambling red-head, has been elected captain for the coming season, and we hope that he will not only continue his fine playing, but that he will be able to instill in his men that lighting spirit of old and bring to Allegany her first soccer pennant. Soccer 552 capable hands of Coach Bud Neal, an Alleganv v a Allegany The Games Ofvprmczzfs 4 Beall 15 5 Bruce 4 2 Penn. Ave. 2 8 LaSalle 0 4 Central 0 O lleall 2 2 Barton 3 8 LaSalle l 0 Penn. Ave. Z U Central 2 146 I l950 "" I ,Q 'I 10292 ll 5 . A L I. I x I I 9 3 o I rx TEAM Symons, Offut, Smith, Fishell, Robbins, Coach Neal Kauffman, Reighard, Beal, Beck, Duckworth, Dela Grange, Ayres, Roliinette Lakin, Twigg, Athey, VViddoWs, Christopher, Burner, Kilroy, Ilela Grange, Ritchey, Wilkiiison, Rice Soccer PLAYERS Goal Keeper ............................................. MARTIN TENNEY Right Fullback .................................. . ........ VVALTER BURNER Left Fullback .............................................. RALPH ATHEY Right Halfbacle ......................................... WILLIAM RITCHEY A Center Halfback ..,...................,............. VINCIENT DELA GRANGE KN Loft Halfbacle .............................................. HLTGH KILROY f NIN R. O. Forward ...................................... RICHARD CHRISTOPHER Ii i R. I. Forward ....................................... WILLIAM XVILKINSON ! Canter Forward ............................................... LOUIS RICE 1 5, L. I. Forward ............................................ EDGAR WIDIJoxx's Via -II: riwlf' I.. O. Forward ................................................ RAY LAKYN 1123 , ' .- I -I S ,144 ll Z 1 '1' I "I ' an 147 WALTER BURNER CAPTAIN-FUl,I.RACK The soccer team was fortunate in hav- ing such a capable leader as "VValt." lluring the whole season, he exhibited his fighting spirit and excellent sports- manship. Let us take our hats off to "VValt"-soccer player extraordinary. VINCENT l JELAGRAN GE CENTER HALFBACK All those who saw this lad play against Bruce High this season will aver that in that contest "Delly" played the greatest game of his career. Through- out, he was cool and dependable. When he booted that old ball, did it soar to- ward our goal? Well, we hope. "Vin" was chosen for the All-Star Team. HUGH KILROY LEFT HALFBACK Gaze upon "Pat,', our fighting Irish- man, who played such a brilliant game all season that the boys rewarded him by selecting him to captain next ycar's squad. "Pat" figured in every play made. Best of all, he has the habit of being right there when needed most. RALPH ATH EY 1.12F'r FULLBACK Here is another of our strong back- fteld men. Ralph played a good game all season. When the battle became fast and furious, he kept cool, but he was al- ways to be found where the going was the hottest. Prince of good sports, We wish you lots of luck next year, LLIGEWI ' - - I930 VVILLIAM RITCHIE RIGHT HALFBACK In "Duke," we have one of the best halfbacks in the league. He was always getting "tough breaks" in the games, yet he managed to show everyone what he was capable of doing with that "edu- cated toe" of his. He is one of the members of "The Three Musketeers." Any opponent who "pulled anything over" on him, deserved all he gained. JACK DELA GRANGE CENTER FoRwARD Although jack was playing his first year of soccer, he showed much ability. His clean manner of playing and his fine sportsmanship were always in evidence. When Jack entered into hard scrim- mages, his courage generally brought A. H. S. out on the long end of the score. RAY LAKIN LEFT ourslmz-FORWARD Now, folks, we gaze upon the smiling countenance of our "Blonde VVonder." Ray was the most vigorous player of all. He could surely "whizz" the ball through that opposing goal. Whenever an opposing goal keeper saw Ray head- ed for the goal, he realized that two points were about to be scored. Ray is one of "we, dignified Seniors," and his loss will be greatly felt. EDGAR WIDDOWS LEFT 1Ns1ne-FoRwARD "Ed" made a good showing all season and played his position on the team with the ease and confidence of a veteran. VVe are fortunate in having this re- markable player back with us next year. May he continue to "boot that old ball through" the opponents' goal and there- by assist the 1930 team bring Alco its first soccer pennant. ' .9 I-An. 6-94- 7-.LM f--so-:A lang!!- 'Q RICHARD CHRISTOPHER RIGHT oU1's1m-1-FORWARD To us, "Dick" was our "Flying Acro- bat"g to our opponents, he was "The Big Nuisance." Acrobat, because he seemed to be everywhere at oneeg Nuisance, be- cause he outclassed his opponent in all departments of play. Whenever "Dick" got near the goal, we were certain of getting two points. We are sorry to lose "Dick", but we wish him lots of luck. WILLIAM WILKINSON RIGHT INSIDE-FQRWARD This was "Billie's" first season of soc- cer with Allegany. However, he made a name for himself before many games had been played. His playing always showed evidence of much thought and practice. We are predicting a bright fu- ture for you, "Billie" Let's see you "in there" and help win that pennant next year. CHARLES SMITH coAL In "Smitty," we had a great goal keeper but, in the Penn-Allegany game, he sustained a broken finger. This mis- hap ended his soccer playing for Alle- gany. We lose "the big boy" this year. We wish him success as he goes forth to play in the game of life. ALLIGEW .xx ll 1 :Sn ' Girls' Basketball Review Another Girls' Basketball Season is past and again Central High School is in possession of the coveted pennant. Although we did not finish in first place, we enjoy the honor of having been the "runner-upi' team and the pride of having had a splendid team. Much of the success of the season was due to the careful guid- ance and foresight of Coach "Kitty" Grimm. During the season there were many interesting games but, now as we recall the separate games, three of them stand out most prominently in our recollection. The first one was the opening game of the VV, M. 1. League and proved to be the most thrilling one of all. Our opponents were the lassies from Central and we met on the Lonoconing floor. We lost the game but are proud of holding the great Central Sextette to a 29-25 score. The second was played with Bruce on our home court. The girls from "up the creek" gave us a big surprise and we were lucky to win this second exciting game. Then came the great upset of the year. VVe defeated "Mighty Beall High" on their floor by the score of 25-8. . By way of summary, we note that the girls from Alleghany won twelve gfunes, lost two and tied one. We get better every year! Watch us next year! Through graduation, we lose Miller and Shaffer, but around the remaining four, Coach Grimm should build a great team. Especially does this seem true when we recall the "subs"-Malamphy, Barham, Flake, Kiiffner, De Vries, and Stitcher. We should win the pennant in 1931! VARSITY NlC1.LIIi RL'PPr:R'r . . . ............. . . .Forward VIVIAN WRIGHT ...... MADPlI.YN B1.oNsKv .... NAOMI SHAFFI-IR ..... ...Forward ........CerLtcr ....Side Center CLEO MILLI-:R .. ..... Guard Zi4:I.MA LANGIQR ..... ...... ......,... .... G 1 i ard Alleghany The Games Of7j5C2IICllfX 15 Alumnae 29 25 Central 29 32 Bruce 30 33 Keyser 6 39 Midland 10 E 28 Barton 12 19 Penn Ave. 8 25 Beall 8 41 Keyser 7 25 Penn. Ave. 10 23 Beall 23 35 Barton 22 35 Midland 29 16 Central 30 31 Bruce 35 151 l l930 nl Iii: l 1 1195 11 2 W L ...i I-'of' Je. igfilf -Y vp-, J' JN I H If , I . Q. li , ""? l I 'Q 'T R 1 1 P I LLIGEWI IQISO Basketball PLAYERS N lLl.Ll E R U PERT FORWARD Nellie-our cool, quick, tlashy star forward, comes through her second varsity basketball season with flying colors. She has shown remarkable ability as a for- ward and her "sure shotsl' have been instrumental in each of our victories. We are glad Nellie will be back next year. VIVIAN WRIGHT FOR WA RD Although Vivian did not start the season as forward, she has blossomed into an accurate, steady player. As Rupert's side partner, Vivian holds her own, and the pair are hard to beat. We expect "llib" to take a regular forward position next year. MADELYN IZLONSKY cif:N'r1QR Madelyn is one of the tallest centers in the W. M. l. League. She is fast, and can always out-jump the opposing centers. Madelyn, by her splendid defensive playing, has proved herself a valuable asset to the team. She will be back next year to take her place among Allegany's athletes. NAOMI SHAFFICR sine c1sN'rL:R Short, speedy, quick, and alert! Those words describe "5haff." She has played splendidly all through the season. The team is very sorry to lose "Shalt" through graduation in june. Good luck, Shaffl CLEO M ILLER GUARD Cleo is one of the reasons why the opposing team generally loses. Not many baskets were ever made by the opposing forward. She is an "ace" of athletes. The team will greatly miss Cleo next year as she graduates. ZELMA LANGIQR GUARD Cool headed and quick, that is "ltty." When a forward scored a basket on this guard she had to work for it. Allegany has been lucky in having Zelma in its ranks. Wle are glad to know she will return next year. 153 I .Pl Q M95 ' il A r. I Av. o'-'L elim D-vw-C I ALLIGEW l Fwldball wx? gb HE neldball team U11flCl the enetul faulflilllkb o J Q Coaeh Fumm made a WOl1ClCIl1.ll show mg thls yeal Although thex d1d not w1n the ehamp1onsh1p thex Fl Sq celtalnly p1OVCd themselves wo1thy of p1dlSC The g1rls had one ot the eleanest teams 1n the league 'md proved themselves to be the best of spolts IQve1y playel on the team 19 to be commended on the hne iplllt shown The best game of the season was play ed Satmday Novembu 9th w1th Ioanconmg on the11 home held Although the team was mmus two of the lCgL1ld1S they made a splend1d showmg F01 'El16lI' hne v1o1lx sevelal of ou1 pla3 e1s have been awarded plaees on the All 5ta1 Teams The tollovung WCIC awarded plates on the hrst team Cleo M1llC1 lett fullback Ruth Ma lamphy 11ght tullbaelx BCttVlDCV11C9 lettouts1de forward and Naoml Sharfel 11ght outs1de lO1Wd1Cl Those maklng, the second team VMCIC V1v1a11 W11ght eente1 fO1VVH1fl Madelme l lonsln Lente1 halfbatl and Dolothy I axham hoallxeepel Wlth so manv 1eg,ula1s bad next N631 and Vvltll M195 GIIIUIU as eoaeh we plednt 1 sueeesstul yen tor the te tm fllltgfmv The Gumta Opjmuuzfs T'eall L1uee Penn Ave M1dland Centlal Halton M1dland Penn Ave Centxal 510 aiu-so l I 9 3 O KN.: L' I ' ' ' ' 1 - ' I - zf' A, A 1 A 7 '- 1 0 19 . . 0 S ' 0 5 , - 2 7 , ' 0 10 1' 0 9 . . 2 W' fxllxx 2 V 5 fl .ll 4 1 .g: -Nga? an 371 .Z ir '1 , eu, . .. ' - iul. 154 If vw " xl' ' J. " F ALLIGEWI "le9'30 v I F f P 5 I S I TEAM Kastncr, Massic, Kiiffucr, Mathcuey, Schuck, Flake, Kocgcl, Stitchcr Klalamphy, Cooke, Eaton, Nvillingham, K. Miller, Bacr, Bowman, C. Millar, E. RH.l'l'IZll'I1, D. Barham, Blonsky, Langer Grimm, DcVrics, Willison, VVright, Rupert, Shaffer, Sowcrs Fieldball PLAYERS Goal Keeper ............................................ DOROTHY TZARHAM Right Fullbaek .......................................... RUTH MALAMPLIY Left Fidlbaek ............................................... CLEO MILLER Right Halfbaek ......................................... ELEANOR BARHAM ,fN,y Center Holfbaek .................,..................... MADELINE BLONSKY " Left Hcdfboek ............................................. Z1-:LMA LANGER Right Outside Forward ...............................,.... NAOMT SHAFFTQR g I Right Inside Forward ...................................... LEAH WILLISON 1 I Center Forward ........................................... VTVIAN WRIGHT h I-'13, Left Inside Forward ....................................... NELLTE RUPER1' ,wg fl'-105 , 4 Ginn " .- ' Left Outside Forward ...................................... BETTY DEVRHLS ,, , I , X 5 QT ll 2 ff '- r ' V at 1.. '55 155 A QXHYF S .H .ll LLIGBW I ' l950 CLEO MILLER CAPTAIN-LEFT FULLRACK "Lcfty" "Lefty," our star fullback, played an all around good game this year. As captain, she led the team to victories in noteworthy fashion. She is one of the three Musketeers. The team will lose Cleo this year through graduation. VVe are confident that Cleo will succeed in the game of life as she has in fieldball LEAH WILLISON R11 H1 lNs1Dr FoRw uw lflfzllt This IS Leah s second year of fieldball and her playing clearly showed the value of her experience Leahs aggressive ness and determination were always in exidence during the games 'lhe good sportsmanship of Leah has proved an asset to the team Vle regret her loss due to graduation VIVIAN WRIGHT CFNTFR FORW ARD 1 Vivian our little wonder played an excellent game She was one of the best center forwards in the VV M I league Although small in stature she certainly is big in courage The team is xery fortunate in having Bib with them again next year NELLIE RUPERT LEFT INSIDE FORWARD Ne Nellie has played fieldball for two team in every way Nell certalnly knows much about the game Allegany is proud to have this brilliant player back next year around which to build a strong offense Al 18 A-.fu-I Uhr 1 7 x S . LEW, . ' ,fn - " ll" J A' ' l lx ' ll years, and has proved her worth to the tk 1 , ' H " ' i ll ' . ll l"'-:Q i l dt, ' i,,,,. i , 1, R t -t pn E5 ll I 'fl gli: . ,Q 156 ALLIGEW N l DN: 'F 1 K. BETTY DEVRIES LEFT OUTSIDE FORWARD "Betty" Betty is new in Allegany this year. We are glad to have her, because she made the first team. She has played a fine brand of iieldball all season. Since she can do this as a "Soph," we expect "bigger and better" things from Betty. NTADELINE BLONSKY CENTER HALPBACK Speedy The old reliable and dependable Vlad elme who has more than once proved herself an asset to the team She has played Heroine 1n many games Speedy Alco s Scoring Ace enjoys the sight of that old ball slipping through the goal posts Madeline still has another year to play heldball Watch out' DOROTHY BARHANI IOALKFEPER Dottze Dott1e certamly knows her P s and Q s about Heldball Very few points have been scored aga1nst our team and much credit IS due to Dottle She IS the sec ond of the Three Musketeers The team IS very fortunate in having Dottie wxth them again next year NAOMI 'SHAFFER OUTSIDE RI! H1 FORWARD Shay? There is a saying One may be little but mighty and it certainly holds true wlth Shaft' You w1ll agree if you have ev er witnessed her play1ng Heldball qhatif has played the game for three years and much to our regret we lose her through graduation in June I ' l930 Al 14 -i-wr V, .X , , . . , 1 A 1 ' - , rl i I H I A f, l ., , . . A 1 . . E gy, 35 lil ll Q 'ri l ffl : 1 l ' , l ' af. '- 1. 05- Ang! A llfh F Sv LLIG-EW l i i i l I '-1930 ZELMA LANGER LEFT HALFBACK frlttyn Zelma, another one who belongs in the "little but mighty" class, is one of our fastest players. She went up and down the fields like lightning, and it was always a treat to see her catch the ball. The team is proud to have Zelma back next year. ELEANOR BARHAM RH H1 HAI!-BACK Ellze Ellie IS another of the Sophomore group who are able to make the team To her belongs a real fighting spirit when she gets the ball its too bad for the opposlte team Ellie has played well and since she is a Sophomore we expect wonders from her in the next two years RUTH MALAMPHY RIC H1 1-ULI BACK Ruth1e Ruth too IS a new player who has endeared herself in the hearts of leganys boosters by her cool reliable and steady playing She certainly is worthy of the position she held this year Ruth will be back next year Hurr th' CLARA KHFFNER sun HALFBALK K1 Although Clara did not play in all the games she was always ready when needed We like her because she ex emplilies the righting spirit and stick to itlveness Because she is only a Sophomore we predict 1 bright future for her in the game il 10 W NZ I1-Av I ,. ' Al- N W 1 2 7 ' - ' i 3 , ' I - V i qi 1533, l y ' . . ?t'? i l"':' .4 E ' o l f 'L' 1 7 :I li Yf 'di 158 Y LLIG-BWI ' ' I 9 Track w Q! HI' tracl season of 1929 can be called one of 1111 success The o en ry yy lng dual meet wlth Maltlnsbulg on May the foulth was lost to that team 46 64 lalgely due to the PIOWCSS ot Karns the West Vllglnla Q ace who accounted 101 flve nrst places and won the spllnt lelay fO1 lals team when he 1311 as 2111Ll'lO1 mall Allegany tought thlough all the events and lepillll tllell lootels somewhat by copplng the one mlle lelay lace the last event The fO11OW1I1g Satulclay the local Y M C A was met and deteated by a good I'I'l31g1I'1 Boots Sapp and ohnny Colden staged the tlllllls of the day 111 the halt and mlle races the Y stal wlnnlng on both occaslons On May the Clgl1lICC11t1'l was lnaugulated the 1'llSf tllangulal meet fol the Clty Claamplonshlp La Salle lenn Ave and Allegany paltlclpatlng Allegany won wlth polnts to SPHIC scollng lllnety SIX polnts to La Salle s thllty one and l C1111 Ave s twenty one The blue and Gold scoled slams ln the one llundlecl and two twenty runs and copped CVCIV event except the hlgh jump Allegany took palt IH the C V A L meet at Wlnchestel Va on M ly 25th Olltilllllflg fourth place ln a llotlv contested meet and scollng elghteen and onc 1OLlllQl'l 13011115 The w 1111161 was Martlnsburg yvho tot lled thllty pOll1lS ollnlly Golden was hlgh POINT man f01 Alleganv Wllllllllg the 880 and Scflllllg second lll the mlle lull Plll Bennett won second 111 the 220 and the Mlle Relay team ot Tw lgg llennett Tr idel and Laptaln Ryan won second place The Annual County Tlaclc Meet Ol as we should say Fleld Day took place Mav 31st at the Cumberland P311 G10L1I1C1S Thls meet now has about 147 events and IS stlll elcpandlng We tully expect to hnd such events as the Stilllfllllg blO?1fl g11H and the tlddle de wlnlc toss tol lcculacy on the llst befole many lnole yeals Suffice to say Allegany wallced aw av wlth the track and held events but lost out on total polnts because the Amazons of lleall Hlgh completely ovel pow eled the rest of the County IH thelr events At the State Meet Allegany County 1'lI1lS1lCd f0l1Itl1 wlth competltlon 110111 tw ellty thlee countles We can boast of no State Champ but oul Illllelfy flve pound Relay team ot MLFQIIHH Aaron Mlller and Wll113H1SfDI1 won second placc and the A4116 Relav team yy as second by a scant toot Chances 101 a successtul season lll 1930 loom llllgllt and we hope to yvlll gleatcl succcss lll the Lflllllllf, ye 11 than cver 1361016 3 0 'Q 9 I-vw-1 ""' 3.1 1 Uhr B gy 2 sq x w 1 - s . p - "',l lf' ' ' ll I ' . . 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Um- the fair sex rczttls ZlIllPI'tlVlllglj' t'i'um :tn illustrzttc-rl ztrtivlu in :1 11-tx ptilmlicntiuiiz Hrlllltlllgll uui' lJlllliZl'lHVlIlg clclcrs l'I'UWll, thc vt-rvu ut thv lizirii llzmce :mtl the zllwzuitlnm ut' thc vlliwlllllglflll l'ust stu-vp tlimugli the niuclerii lJZllll'UOI11S like xx'ilcl-life. In Z1 thx-ss such :is this, with lull lutnierl slccvc-s :mcl lightly lltmiict-tl skirt, one cam flu thcsc iivw tlzmc without iiiinmclcstyf' AI'tt'1' tliiim-11 21 t'i'it-ntl who has Vccuiitly :trrivecl fruiii liiimpt- Umm visiting us. llc is zt clztshiiig' tigtirc, with sitlc wliislqcrs lizlmlsmm-ly curlctl .incl tlkkclbllllltllly l1ums.l11cxx song' cztllctl Ihc lllzm XX hu llmlic thc llzmlt :tt Mmitc Czu'lci." Aimtlici' ut' our l-1'lL'lltlS has seen thc' "Ulrich Cmulc, that spriglitly tliesxttricztl CXll'2lVZ1g2lllZ2l, iii which tights linvv zictuztlly lmctii xxwmi lbyllltlCl1tPI'lISltlll1CtllSIll2lf'Ill-lllCllIJllCL',!Llltl wc:11'cviitt-1't:ti1ivrl ln his tlt-svriptitm ut' this fliltlllg' lK'l'l'tl1'INIlllCl'. ALLIGEWI ' ' l930 5 Autumn Frolic, 5,4 Yigfvy we did have a party! XVQ refer to The Autumn lfrolic, sponsored fa lf- X,-fi b the Student Council. Wlizit a success it was! lt far surpassed any W' JI- Y qv! 1 4 - ex ectations of the Student Council and the rest of the school. 0 - P . T . . c-Q53 Starting at eight o'clock Friday, November 21st, the' Hlvlidnigln Bell-hops" transformed the uniquely decorated assembly into a whirl of laughter and gaiet f. Then the fun be an! Witli each succeeclinf dance, the enjoyment 3 g is increased. A special feature was a duo-tap dance by Betty DeVries and Jean llaer. Jeannette Gross entertained with a difficult and pleasing soft-shoe buck dance. For those who did not care to "trip the light fantastic," cards were featured. At exactly eleven-thirty, to the strains of the School Song, the happy and joyous guests slowly wended their way home, exclaiming, one and all, ",VVhat a perfectly lovely time l had." The A. D. K. Dance LD GJ HF tenth Annual Dance of Alpha Delta Kappa w is held in the school auditorium, March 14th. The decorating scheme excelled that of l-5 former years, with the club's colors, Black and Gold, predominating. HN, ,-'gi The music for dancing was furnished by The Midnight l3ell-hops- one of the peppiest and liveliest of the local dance orchestras. Two of the features of the evening were: the public initiation, when two candidates were admitted to the club, and the numerous unique contests staged during the progress of the dance. This was the occasion of the club's first public initiation. It proved to be most successful and aroused even greater interest fNI in this oldest of the extra-curricular clubs. The several contests, especially "The 1' N , . . f' 'xv A. D. K. Stars Guessing Game" and "Spell Turn to the R1ght,'l were enjoyed by ,fl l- all. ln each contest, the lucky ones were awarded complimentary tickets to j l "Turn to the Right." I l M At twelve o'clock, when the last strains of music died away, a happy crowd K k drifted homeward from the most successful of all the successful A. U. K. dances. ' Ralf N a il l D " Tx il. it Q is 'ill J., .V . --ami 162 ALLIGEW Sophomore - Senior Prom M HE Sophomores outdid themselves in giving the Seniors one S' 'S ' perfect and gay carefree revelers Hooded the beautifully' fl Sq transformed auditorium. Every Senior and every Sophomore was out for a good time, and as a result of that desire, the crowd was one of the most friendly ever to attend a social function at Allegany. lt seemed that everyone was at the zenith of happiness when the strains of "Home, Sweet Home" warned us that, as all good things, the w - U ' . of the most memorable events of the year. The music was I 2 ' k l , I K .1 1. ' A Sophomore-Senior Prom had ended. The Class of '30 gives three cheers for The Class of '32! Junior - Senior Dance , ERTAINLY Allegany has had few more delightful dances than the Junior-Senior Prom. The music was wonderful, fvl x Y . . - and the attendance was all to be desired. The unique and at- LASIL-'3' tractively arranged decorations were beautiful. Lovely frocks in all the flimsy, delicate materials of summer, swaying forms, animated faces, and an atmosphere of friendship made it the dance of dances. The whole evening passed without the slightest trace of boredom, and it was I I930 ffxxtx with great regret on the part of all that the prom ended. ,f ' When the dancers wended their ways homeward, you could hear 'fl echoing, from every Senior, "Thank you, juniors, for a real promf' 1 S nl ll Q hr. 'V' ' o I1-4 163 A fx f x JI N S il. I: LLIGEWI ' '- l930 Senior Prom 1"!r OFT june breezes, youthful laughter, :1 ff-.' hhh' joyous reunion of alumni and "grads," delightful music, gorgeous decorations, 65.3K-,Q Allegany spiritfthafs the Senior Prom. Every Senior will always remember his last social iling at Allegany High School. The Senior Prom-wit has a deeper meaning than any other event in the whole year. There always will be a sense of 'thappy-sad- ness" in the hearts of Seniors as they move about the old auditorium in this, the last of social functions for them as students in their Alma Mater. Like Cinderella, the Seniors must away at the stroke of twelve and must remember, like Cinderella, the happiest moment of their lives. 'Tis the happiest of times, isn't it? 164 t Qty dvi 'llms ' iii? 1 el Fl li Av. Vnzwl.- The Initiation l.l. thc lm-mlrcrs ul' thc must 1JUlSl11I1lllllQ clul: in thc sulmul have gzxllmcrccl nm thc campus lu xxnlcli thc inizxlifni com-lllwilics. Muni czulrllflzllcs lmw tclt thc loss wt thou' lllgllllj' :xml pmsc llurmg th umm-lllmlics, hut :ls lflussic. tha- must pfqmlzlr stmlcnl in thc school, gm-5 lllll-Xyflllfl lu 11104-l hm' flmml. the nh' is lillul with inlcusc cxcilclm-111, Shi is lmliml-fulllcel :Ls thi- utllcrs, hut hor lute is fm' clillcrcnl than thc 11-sl 1m'slu-isluslcp mln :l lull of xxzllvr, hut l'lwss1c is :1 grmrl spurt :mcl will :1 thrill in lmvillg :1 part in swmcm'g':l11iz:nlim1. 11411 miml. Sw il is with :ill llllllllllllllk -fm' alll-1' il isuvclw-w1'yfn1w fccle L WN W' LIG-BWI l930 T' Travel Club OFFICERS President .... . ................... lViLlZAl5l'2'l'll HAM x11cksM1'rll Vice-President . . . ........ ETHEL M1NK14:, Treasurer ...... .... M ILDRED STRAUSBURG Faculty Adviser .... ...... M Iss VVEBST1-:R The Travel Club of Allegany High School celebrated its second birthday last September. Although it is still in its infancy, it strives to be a worth while asset to the school. The word "Travel,' is indeed a magic word. Consequently the aim of this club is to help each and every member to appreciate the beauties of other lands, and to learn the value of really understanding the customs and mannerisms of foreign peoples. Throughout the year, the meetings were made interesting and colorful by the lectures given by the sponsor of the club, Miss Anna Webster. 166 A X 1" xx X' N I. . 4 I ! fi: .es-.Q f S .1- lat l LLIGEWI i930 Alchemists' Club OFFICERS First .S'emesz'er Seemzil Senzesfer President ........... HOWARD Dicmcv President .....,...... EDGAR TJAWSUN Viee-Presideni ....... EDGAR ljAVVSON Viee-President ........... .IA M 1-is Orr Seerefary . . . . .LIQROY Dixon' Seerefary . . .... ROB!-IRT RAwLrNf1s Treasurer ..... .... If LLIS NAV14: Treasurer , . . .... HOWARD DICKIEY Faculty Adviser. . . . . .Miss LILLIAN KIFER This year the Chemistry Club and the Science Club merged into the new and better Alchemists' Club. This new club, under the able guidance of Miss Kifer, has survived a torrid year, which was filled with many hair-raising explosions and bewildering experiments. The bi-weekly meetings were always very interesting and enjoyable. Many instructive chemical demonstrations were made by members of the club. Perhaps the most delightful program of all was the "Cocoa Banquet," which was enjoyed by every member in spite of the fact that the cocoa burned and the crackers were missing. 167 Qi 15 :sive- l Q15 I ' Y ll E W L A '-oral.. A .1 I LLIGXEW 1 l930 l Girls' Manual Training Club OFFICERS First Division Second Division President ........... KATHLEEN RAER President .............. CLEO lNllLLl'1R Vice-President ....... NELLIE PERRIN Vice-President ...... VIVIAN VVRIGHT Secretary ..... ..... H AZEL DPINNY Secretary ......... RUTH MALAMPHY Treasurer .......... MARY M. SMITH Treasurer ........... NAOMI SHAFFER In September, the Girls' Manual Training Club was organized as the first of its kind in Allegany. The girls were so anxious to be affiliated with such an or- fx ganization that too many applied for membership. Finally, the problem was solved by forming two divisions of the club. The aim of the club is to make the home-makers of the future better ac-H .A quainted with the more common tools and their use. lt has been found that a ll ' little knowledge on this subject will not go amiss. The members have worked hard and steadily throughout the year and have . succeeded in making attractive table lamps. The club enjoyed a successful year, 'EQ' and hopes that the members, next year, will enjoy the work as greatly as the M213 --:V g members of the present organization have. Q 'I-3-li' S .1 11 Z if' '1' rp I ' QV - -J '...- a.- 168 LLIGEWI l930 Boys' Cooking Club OFFICERS President ................................................ CHARLES SMITH Vice-President ........................................ THOMAS GILCHRIST Secretary ................................................. EDGAR DAwsoN Treasurer .................................................. FELIX BRADY Boys in a kitchen! Who ever heard of such a thing? Throwing eggs around as though they were marbles, and slapping butter with gestic gusto. 'tllutter and Egg Menl'-that's what they will be. "Half a pound of flour, six cakes of yeast, and what else does that recipe call for, 'Bill?" "Say, what are you making, a cake or a balloon ?" "And hold W xx that skillet as though it were a frying pan, not a tennis racket!" "Don't spill ,X that grease down my pants leg!" , l, Woulcln't Mother be pleased if she could see "The Apple of Her Eye" ther l little apple dumplingj neatly dressed in a little white apron, learning the principles I ,Al of the culinary art? Wonlt she be pleased when "Pat" says, "Oh! Mother, your methods are antique lu? . A I "Who dropped that cup ?" "Please, dear teacher, it fell into pieces while in 'if' ' hands " . .," lei! my ' , , B." I, Yet, men make the best chets. ?!:k"'?!!??!-H ,kg- pg 'Ili -Pl Q 11: wg AQ, L me " '-vial.. 169 LLIGEW l I l930 . Forensic Club OFFICERS First S6H1fC5I'L'7' Sammi Svuzcslvr Prcsidvuf ........... LEAH VV1L1.1soN President ..... ROBERT ElcH1c1.1s14:Ru1cR Vice-President .......... HARRY BYER Vive-President ...... LEAH VVILLISON S'ccrm'ary ........ AMELTA ANN CLAUS Secrcfary ........ AMELIA ANN CLAUS Treasurer ..... RoBi:R'r E1cm:LBERc:1zR Treasurer .............. HARRY RYER Club Sponsor ................................................. Miss EADER A X, The Forensic Club, so called because it is a combination of the Public Speak- Vx ing and Debating Clubs, has had a profitable year. ,' , Under the guidance of Miss Eader, its efficient club sponsor, members of the A ll club have gained a practical knowledge of the technique of debating. Formal de- l l ! bates have been held on current problems of vital interest. lk i l Members of the club have entered enthusiastically into the work of making it ' Q B one of the most valuable of the extra-curricular activities in Allegany High , 5-: l tv' I-39 School. D ' ' I 959, , The Class of '30 wishes the club continued success in the tuture. , " " I I ' 'x lg gl' ' ll lf: 'lg xg, he A ..- l '-1:-J.. J 170 A LLIGEW I I930 Library Club OFFICERS President ................................................. THELMA Blass Vice-President ........................................... NORA ROBlNP1'l"PE Treasurer .................................................. ELLEN BRADY Svcrefary ............................................. KA'l'HERINE GORMER Faculty Advisor ............................................ Miss MURPHY The Library Club began its existence when the new school was opened. To become a member of this club, you are required to read at least four books other .f'X-N... than those read for credit or extra credit in English and History. ln the three years of its history, the Library Club has devised and adopted a i li workable and permanent constitutiong developed, through technical contact, an l increasing regard for the care of booksg and secured a wider and better literary l I x. . j appreciation. rl QQ an .Exif fllfff! i lf. ' I '. is sl ll Q ll ir, I - . , '- 4: YI.- 171 ALLIGEW l I930 T 'J 3 nl fn H 9 . . Boys Physwal Educahon lub OFFICERS President ............................................... TXTERRILL GOLDEN Vice-President ................................................ JOHN R1cE Secretary and Treasurer ...................................... PAUL DOUTY Faculty Adviser ........................................ MR. W. L. l2owERs The Boys, Physical Education Club reorganized this year with an enrollment of fifty-one members. As in former years, the club periods were devoted to soccer, basketball, and X stunts-head stand, hand stand, diving, tumbling, hand springs, pyramid building, - X.. etc. ln order to create an interest in these stunts, two gold medals are annually offered to exceptionally qualified performers. if nl The speedball teams which represented the school in the County Track Meet, l I were selected from the club, and considerable practice was accomplished during K rl the regular club periods. , I """ ' I, ,tx I Q gil' ll ,PQ F' l 'zl E l ii: hr .. li!! l"?.Q1i4l 172 V - X lil ,, J ' V, U ' O - 0 .,.,t,JJ-"V ,pf 5, i 'J I . J 13" Sb KJ J J .f t EJ di T 'J lx M ,Q V ' ALLIGEW1 L-sv-tf.-!fJlw9m ,r . A it . 1 v-J - l . , ws t H V -Q t ' v if J v ' ve ll ' J' l 5' C N .i .iff "4 A .1m.1A- .fii ,L.f.Al., 'rvvlr -' ri! , xx ' I "' ,A-vw, ' . , 5 . Q Q f G1r'ls Physwal Educatuorm Club OFFICERS President .................................................. CLEO MILLER Vice-President ........................................... VIVIAN WRIGHT .S't'creta1'yand Treasurer ................................... NAOMI SHAFFIQR Ariviscr ...........................................,........ Miss GRIMM The Girls' Physical Education Club was reorganized this year, and the above officers elected. The first half of the semester was spent in organizing the various fleldball teams and doin stunts. All the members partici ated in these activities with the fx g P H.. utmost enthusiasm. " ix The second semester was begun by forming six different basketball teams f il, and a tournament followed. The "All-Stars" won the championship. 4 T i This year's club proved very successful, and the Class of '30 wishes that the rl, future years of the club will be as successful as this one. A M53 "" . l .K E 11' li E E I 'YI ' nf. -.- - '.o:-.l.-.Y-f 173 ' , . A1.1.rG i 'N f ,-.lf- I9 3 0 fl5 JQlgx0g"'f- 1 Camera Club OFFICERS Prrszdcnt VIINCI-NF DILA CRANCI Sccrttarv and Treasurer MABPI l,AC'I'Nl Adwstr Mlss H1 INDPRSON The Cameia Club although but two 3ea1s old has enjoy ed a piohtable xeai pioved methods ot taking and finishing pictures Under the supelvision of Miss Hendeison the club has held many interesting and instruetive meetings One aim whlch the Llub has not been able to accomplish is the development ot a staff of expert photogiaphers who would furnish photographie woik fO1 T111 Alcoln Mrrror and TH1: ALLIQP wi Peihaps the Camexa Club ot 1930 1931 Lan uiange sueh '1 co oxdmation between these three extl x Llllllklll ll utivities 'md theiehx benefit all thiee of them ll-Eff 'lf' S il 1 A , ' .......................................... ' ': ' 2 1 .2 , ' 1 .,.....................,............ , 3 . J . 3 " ., , , V, - , ' , - ' f , -I The purpose of this organization is to acquaint its members with the im- lt ' V. " fllul' , . noun lf Q1 ... ' lil: ' l Q., wo:-J.. v L.1 174 A LLIGEW I l930 Bird Club OFFICERS President ............................................. .TACK DELA GRANGE Vice-President .......................................... HARRY HAMMOND Secretary-Treasiirer ...................................... ROBERT DANNER Historian ............................................. ARTHUR CARSCADEN The Bird Club, which was organized last year, has enjoyed another success- ful year. The aim of the club is to instill an appreciation of the value of birds and to promote a broader knowledge of bird life. fx Under the capable leadership of Miss Barncord, the club has had many en- ff' joyable programs and has thereby established an enviable record for so young an organization. N Inasmuch as the greater portion of our membership is from the Sophomore 1 Class, few will be lost by graduation, and we therefore predict an even stronger - A organization next year. A I-v-qv 1 y 'I-Dov 'S fr' ll Z 15" 'zl ' 7 1 hr. 'N '- v:f.l.i- Y 175 A LLIGEW l 1930 History Club OFFICERS First Semester Second Seincstcr President ........... WALTER BURNER President ............ EDWENA DURR Vice-President..LEONARD PENNINGTON Vive-President ......... Jessie KLTHN Secretary ....... WILLIAM CARsCAm:N Secretary .......... MABIEL VAN SANT Treasurer .......... MELVIN DAwsoN Treasurer .......... VVALTER BURNER The History Club, although a rather small organization this year, has lived up to its former traditions as one of the worth-while clubs of Allegany High. ' Under the able leadership of Miss Hilda Sirbaugh, the club was a great success. The main purpose has been to study topics of History that cannot be - taken up in the classroom. Current Events have been taken up extensively this 'NK N' year by the club, and the work has proved very beneficial and interesting to the , . ! members. K ' l' Many of the members will be lost by graduation. lt is hoped that future ' members will hold up the standard and carry on the work of the History Club. 'ifiifrg S .1-J .11 Z- W? 'TI br. -, , '-12-J.- 176 x.N . vfifrg A . .A . V 0 s vw, I N' x A I . l WM ' We SMA My Pen and Pencil Club OFFICERS Pw.vidc11t ............................................... ELEANOR CAPPE1: Vice-Pwsidcwf . .......................................... ALBERT GORMER Svcrcfary ................................................. Loclsn RICKEY Treasurer ................................................. JAM: SCHATDT Faculty Adzfism' ............................................. Miss GIBBONS Here is the organization that does the bulk of the advertising for Allegany High School. Athletics, dramatics, social affairs, inter-class contests-these and many other school activities have been brought to the notice of the public through lffxc the attractive posters of the Pen and Pencil Club. If" 'X The club, beside boosting the school and advertising its activities, has proved ,ff lx very helpful to the members. The meetings were splendid examples of group Ii discussions that are really beneficial to every participant. Cartooning, lettering, costume design, and poster-development were some of the topics that especially I A ' r appealed to all. I 'Na 1929-1930 has been another successful year for the organization which be- " . . ,, Y S" .NVQ lieves that "lt Pays to Advertise. , S .1 11 Z an I 'Q r 'l L. -1- ' - -,1:'.l.. 177 X x fill' A 6 O 'I E aww-1' . x . x I: 4 ul LLIGEW I ' l930 x ""' " . X x Gregg Artists' Club OFFICERS First Semester A Seeomz' Semester President .............. RUTH D1EH1. Vice-President . . .DOROTHY NEXVBEIQRY Secretary .... ....... E RMA FTEl.l5S Treasurer ....... .... J AMIcs WIANT Sergeant-at-Arms ..... MARY GEHALTF Mirror Reporter ...... FRANCIS TWIGG President ............ Vive-President .. . Secretary .... . .ERMA FIELDS . .PAUL DOUTY MARY GI-:HAUF Treasurer . ...... ..... R UTI-I D IIQHI. Sergeant-at-Arms Mirror Reporter ....... .JAMES WIANT VENITA SHAw This is a club of which Allegany can truly be proud. It stands for the highest ideals and principles of commercial life. Beneficial and interesting meet- ings have been given during the year with the aim of training the members cor- rectly and efficiently in the ways of business. This organization is becoming more and more popular each year. The reason for this can readily be seen, because of the enjoyment and practical knowledge that can be derived from such an organization. 178 if l it I . H Ni 'MTA g ' htiv' lx gl I Eff I-'02 .. ff A hi .Il IM MMCADPWI - N ff ax? on gli!! X I I Gnels Lea ue OFFICERS Mrs! Yrzzmstt 1' SI cond SL mcslt If Pnszdent ANP MCCULLOUCII Pnszdwzf JANI MLCULLOUC ll I In Preszdcnf lVlARY EI TON ROBERTQ l TFC Pmszdwzf MARY FLFON ROBERTS Sttrcfarg DOROTHY I lNlN Ytcafvram AMI I lA AINN CLAUQ Tnnszmr VlRfI1NIA lI11II T7'LlIS1t7'L7' VIRK INIA l l'l'l'I I Hzstorzan GRI HA PONIIA PRITCHARD Sponsor MRS PLOREINCF G WARFIELD The gIrls of Allegany H1gh Sehool belIevIng that a club bu1lt upon the Ideal or S61 vue develops characteI and 1CSp0HS1b1l1ty strengthens the bond between students and faculty Increases lovalty to all the best Intelests of the school have lOlfI'lCCl themselves Into an 0rganIfatIon vvhIch eaInestly strlves to be helpful The ClI'lS League under the eapable guIdance of Mrs Warhelcl has been most sue eessful In 1tS eflolts and It Is Lellalll that the I eague has made IapId Stl1flCS th1s IeaI In lessenmg the llllfllllel ui laps to be tmveled In mdu to Ieach the goal of Its lfl6'll - 4J 179 A of LLIGEWI ' ' l930 Allegany Hi-Y Club OFFICERS Prvsidvfif ............................................... lX'I1-ikimsi. Go1,nl-:N Vice-P1'csidc11f .............................................. HARRY Ilvi-in Secretary ................................................... l',xL'I. lJo1"rY Treasurvr ............................................ XVILLIAM GlcAi:imR'l' Chaplain ..................................................... JOHN Loma fll1"Zf"iSI'7'S ......................... llll-ZSSRS. VVILLIAM Duiua and VV. l.. lloxyi-:Rs The Hi-Y Club is one of the foremost organizations in Allegany High 'fx School, because of its purpose and its high ideals. pf N The purpose of the club is to develop upright attitudes among its members 1 li and associates: to aid the school in every possible mannerg to produce outstanding r . . . . . ' leadersg and to create and maintain, throughout the community, high standards ot Christian character. Under the leadership of Messrs. Dulce and Bowers, the cluh has made rapid , ' strides during the past year. The name of lli-Y becomes more honored and re- I spected every year. gyffi UTC? -5 I I 1' . lx L il I I fl :Q 'I 1 a hr, , 1 H - v-orzl.. 180 , 30-SPICEIJY, FA ST, FURIUUS ! 181 5 SOME OF THIS GANG 182 A Pmar: FROM OUR ALBUM 183 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT if gf' 8 I., 1. 0 ,r f HE editor wishes to express his ap- preciation ancl thanks to the following concerns and individuals for their interest and assistance in compiling, mak- ing, and publishing this volume of THE ALLIGEWI: LYNCHBURG ENGRAVING COMPANY Lynchburg, Virginia The Engravers and Printers GOLDFINE STUDIO Cumberland, Maryland The Photographers DAVID J. MoLLoY COMPANY The Cover Manufacturers THE STAFF which has worked hard and ungrudgingly to rnake this volume a success HAROLD C. WICKARD faculty adviser, and faculty nieinbcrs and students who have furnished valuable aid and suggestions -JAMES FATKIN, Editor. 184 U5H all B3- DDD 1:5009 no D 3 In the After-awhile N 'VIIINKINCQ uf the future, wc ucvcr fail to wcavc swim- liautas lalc aruuucl the mortals ulin will swim- clay lalqc nur places iu llic u'urlcl. llcrc is mic ur' tlic rcalitics wliicli will he quits au usual liapf pciiiugg in llic lives uf the pcuplu in just a fcw clccaflcs. altlmugli mm' tlus picture sccms ratlicr almsurfl auil somculiat imprulmalmlc. -ll'Ell1 aurl blului, two aclvcmuruus, fun-loving crcalurcs. iu urclcr tu L-svapc Ilic uuisc of tlic busy ururlcl, mcrcly go rifliug in tlic family lmal- luuus. aurl tlicu rcluru to carlli by a llirilliug trip in llicir paracliulcs tlirougli cluufls aucl mist iustcafl nl' spcccliug along llic liigliways as wc lorlay. I-IU GR AND ADS gd A miie- I 3 I 1 GEW TID BITS OF 30 Just a Llttle Nonsense for Your Weary BYHIHS lXI1ss IIIXOII NNl1'11 ILIIIIOI 1s IIIOVVII T01 IIIS vo11l111l 111 11111 Cope We-1ste1 Mus S11l1augl1 lt IS w1tl1 plus l11sto1y I 1 L 11 A 1111111 XOLIIQCII X531 I 1. 111 my s Sllppklby tc1111g.,l1t they 11 st l1 VL 11-.ul .1 ton ot wax I walcl I I l th It s r L 1111 11111 l had 1111 sl1oes pohshecl f1111Ls II IVI Solt l11vL 1 u Lvu S0311 1 111111: hh l Solt N1 l VL IILVLI sun C1 p111L hght l1ut I vc lool ul 111 o11 1 WODIL11 5 AIICIIIOOII l111clg,e pal cl Iliwson 11 Autumn l 1c1l1nl M11 I have thc llst clmne w1tl1 Ieah VV B10 boy you ve 111111 l1'1cl It UJIVII LIMILNTS THE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION OF CUMBERLAND, MD Xl1111l1Q1s N1t1o11al Auto lhalus Asso XIFXIBI' lxS IIIQIJCI I"lCCIl1C Lo11111a11y lh1l SITIIIIT Camgp IIIIIICKI Accessorles QUITIIJAIIY XX H I5llCl1ll0Itl I u111l1c1lf111cl 'l 111 I o11111111v K hsan Garage X11t11111c1l11lL ACCLb9tlllLS CIIIIQYNOIJIIQ Qompauy LIIITWIJLIIAIICI QALIIIIAC Io Hudson Lhu rolct Sales Co Nt fcorgc Nlotol C.o11111a11y LIITISIUI llrothus L u111l1crlaml llcauug L o l11cl111111cle11t Nlotor I ual Supply Xl1ll1r Xlotor LOINIJHIAIY HIIKISCJII lwsux Saks Il1c111111s0n Xlolm C 0111114113 Nhdfcl NIc1lc11 I ITIS Qc111111f111y Washlngton College LI INII1 ED ENROLLMENT Wdltlllg Llst Now Fllhng 0 Wrm Ol Calaloguf C HI STI lxTOXN 'XI MAIxYI ANIIJ I 111: T V, . . 7 OF Q6 ' ' 77 . . - , ' ' P ' i ' 5 'L aff' - f- A - ,I l . l. . , , L, , J W I urc, Kay, that l give you ll ll 111 91' ' ', , 11 Af ' , 1-B -' Ray ,zlci11: "lX'Iz1lc' " 1111 - Zlllll Q ' I 4, f , - ' V , - , A " ' . . 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QUALITY FOODS DEL MONTE COFFEE KNOX GELATINE HDrom0rlary,' COCOANUT GRAPE FRUIT DATES PENICK AND GOLDEN CROWN TABLE SYRUP '6Del Monten 6'G0ld Barn CANNED FRUITS, VEGETABLES AND DRIED FRUITS DOMINO SUGARS 1' X SILVER FLEECE KHAUT f DIAMOND BRAND WALNUTS fl'lortOnI's Iodized and F ree Running Sal! fv rl 64Get Them From Your Grocer" A. Buley-Patterson Company Inc. -Q 9 Reese I !-S fl. fi Q -I 187 I Ii! I I93O A G 1 L.. 'wr' L ' ALLIGBWI I93O Iwi? I !!n Il SEND YOUR CLEANING AND PRESSING Mlller s Dye Works 27 29 North Mechanlc Street PHONE 1 2 4 6 Compliments FOOTER S CLEANERS AND DYERS .36 North Llberty Street Telephone VALUAPLI INFORMATION FOUND IN MID YLAIX I1XAMb A 512155 wldow IS the tox mer WITG ot 1 vegetallan In 1657 the P1lg11ms crossed the ocean blHCC that tune the vowage has been known as P1lgf1l1lS Ilogress False doctllne lb when 1 doctol plCSClll3Ci the wrong HlCCl1C11lC 101 '1 patlenl An lbex IS the laet po1t1on ot any moo The lodal IS the Bible ot the Mohammedans Ixhulmalh IS bloodshot cele-15 Inna NV Have you LVCI loved lmefolep Melba No deal I have often adnured men lol then Qlltflgllll coulage good lool s or lI1tClllgbI'1C6 but wlth you lt IS all love nothmg, e se Nd1fOW nnnded people ale hle TIHIIOW necl ed bottles the lem thele m 1n them the n ole 110156 It makes connngj out down to the Y ton1g,l1t and tal e a swnn ohn S D1 you hlrc IC poo Youngblood Do you lnow how to mal e a peach COlKl13.l? Cuplel QUIG Send hu a box of eandy That boy lVIcFe11an 19 so Lon celted that he wolke CI'0CSW0lCl purzles wlth a pen nl 0 wiv- ,Z Uhr , , 4: - 4 L' - f 7 rl . . X . 1 ' T-41, 1 v T To l AK ' ' 7 ,. r -,Y . , A l. 1 f. . 1 ' l k. Q i . . . 4 I 3 l , ' l r I .. , , 1, A . V . . K, . r 1 H T ' u T V I A of james F.: "I think I will go K 5 'T Q ' S! ' j f.: " 'd f ' 1 tl I!! 'xxx T . H Q , V, .N . . f K. xxx I , Y i . ln " l . . .... 337 ' '-U r 1 e---- A 1 UW I --- Q 1 l Qgve l 4 ' gtvfl n ' I 5 1' IX L S' " - I: 'II l l l-I f ' ' ltvshhl I 188 - ALLIGEWI l930 G STYLE EXPERTS FOR CLEANERS DYERS AND YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHES TOP SERVICE AND ALL FURNISHINGS XY O R K GUARANTEED OR NO CHARGE C-ldl'lG TIDO Brothers 754 Green St. Fort P1 I ONE CU1'l1llC1'lZ1l1Cl 1 2 8 7 Hotel Building FLOW ERS BY WI R E-everywhere just a Word of Appreciation for the Business You Have Given Us THANKS i CUMBERLAND,S OLDEST FLORIST B ' F l Sh opp S ower op 'lvl I Always at Your Service l 78 Baltimore Street Phone 2582 Cumberland, Md. i -TRY OUR WONDERFUL ROSES- K 3 I in Q 5 if-A 189 Bruce: "Say, john, what is Il T H E C L U B 'he:1vydate'?', l,ord: "Anytime you spend over R E C R A T 0 N Il tlrlllllli p A R L 0 R S lfirst llozo: "Have you any of that gasoline that stops knocking?" Second Hozo: "Yes, sir." First llozo: "Give my wife Z1 glass." Doris ll.: "My shoes are just 31.36 North killing my feet." Charles S.: "They're killing Mechanic mine, too." Su-egt Paul: "Did you really make these biscuits with your own little hands?" Irina: "U-h-um," fatter a pausej 'lVVhy?" Paul: "VVell, I was wondering who lifted them out of the stove for you." R1 N G S A stitch in time saves a lot of einharrassment. W A T C H E S -Ks.- l Felix H: "There is something D l, A M 0 N D S wrong in the lower corridor, lust listen to all the noise." Dick B.: "That's nothing! -lust a gang of under-classnien waiting for me to come down to inquire the cause of the disturbance." f'X.. --?.1..-. A Dixon, Sr.: "Now, that you f S up in have finished school, Leroy, don't A you think it would he a ood idea 1-I , , ' 41 Baltimore St tor you to go out and hunt a Joh F" fl Dixon, lr.: 'II should say not, 1 Dad, let 'em scramble for nief, ESQ 2 vvwzv - In-iv bg I1 . , ' IZ I -v f- A Q 8. 190 LLIGEWI l93O REPAIRS STORAGE SPOERL'S GARAGE. Inc. GENERAL MOTORS TRUCKS 28-32 N. George St. Phone 1171 Cumberland, Md. The DINGLE GROCERY I QUALITY HEADQUARTERS F 0 R PURE FOOD PRODUCTS CARL MCINTYRE HOME DRESSED FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Phone 480 and 481 436 Cumberland St. Q PAUL'S FLOWER SHOP XR CUMBERLAND'S LEADING FLORIST 1 Cumberland :: :: :: :: Maryland 1 Thirty-Seven Years in the Flower Business I l Y. I 'GSAY IT WITH FLOWERSII Iii? S ull' Q T . 13 191 ALLIGEWI Q l I l930 Moet 1 our Frwnds a THF FRIENDLY NEW e o p e s e r v 1 c e D r u g t o r e F ountam Servlce Unsurpassed C1n11y Clgars Dru TOIICIFICS f-1 111111111016 5111-61 IIIX 4 Com pllments THE EVENING TIMES AND THE SUNDAY TIMES CUMBERLAND AR 1 LAN 1V115b 11111115011 111111 lb 30111 11111 01 11111110111 ? 01111 C, A 116C11L11 116611 g111 111th 11 131 1 1101 111655 11-1111111 E511 1111 65511 IX 1 110111 1116 11 1 1116111115 T1111 110111 110 1111 1115 111 M1 11311111111 1151161 1 1111 111111 1011 111111 IS 1111161 l -G lu' M11411d1 X011 were 1a11 mg 111 10111 s1e1p last 111g111 Paw' 11:11 11116 10 p 1111011 me 101 I111tI' 111p1111g 1011 D0 you S11 11111? 1111111111 1111 10v1 5111111 I41611 81111111 p01111111g 10 Il 60W 11111 62111 l111J1J1I1g 110505 '11Cf1611o1111e11 I 11 111 1: 10 110 that D0111 11:1 11112 116121111 1011 11-p11111 Ka1111y11 P 115 10111 60111 150101111 L11111 211111 111114111111 A311311 were LXp1CSQ111g 111e11 1pp11 112111011 01 131211111 0p111 1111116 1111111 111 Z1 5111361 6211 11151 15 1111- 1011 11116101 Stopped 10 CU1I6Ct 11115 1111 1J010t1'1V 511111 1 111016 C 11111111 The 601111116101 51111 1 1111 111111 10 1111 1110101111111 1 111 1111111611 51 14 -aio Q1 l 1 I If - I K t " '- Z 1- ,V 1 '. , . ' 1 A - v H K C r' I E n L' .- v . . . I , , I .. x ' - 1 1' ' 1 11111- ' S', 1 1' a P 1 ' S ' 1' S -1 Y.: " ' Ii 1651 T' xi 11 I' ' I - 1 1 f 1 Ii ' A: " 1? .2 c 1 X gs .iiigiq 1 '-v 1, - , 1 , ' ' f' LMT 11 0112 ' J, 4 6 4' v 1 9 I ,V D . Q4 5: 'IP' 'I 3,95 ' ' 'H y, 11 r c' ' V - 1-I I ' U I .V 7 ' . Hiram : "11111 sorry, Mi1'a1111y, ' ,V , 1 ' ' Z ' I ' ' ' - , ' V sy H 1 U 1 -' 1 .1 1 C . of -- ' '1 " .' ' , ' . ' ' ' : A ' T 11 1 ' , xv K ,, C X . tl J Y I ' Y 1, 1 ' x . ,. AK 5 V T I r'!9 fx ' I I . f- ' f 1 - ,' 'A "H ' ' 55 X fy ' '. h ' 1 - v ' 1 J : . - ,z ' 1 . 1k ' M D A ' .' : " .1 . 1. 1 - A 1 1 1 ll" vy 1 , . . 1 1 , .,, QW .NYM ' 7 ...T Q -1 E -1- ,,, f. L 'I , hr -1 ' wo:-J.. 192 . ALLIGEWI l930 Manhattan Shirts SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN CUMBERLAND BX SCI-IWARZENBACI-I and SON 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 ACCOMMODATION INSTEAD OF RULES OF RESTRICTION WU V lVlclVlullen Brothers Company x Si ll Q , I Q ,. 193 fx f" I il l i fga ' a LLIGEWI l930 IN MEMORY OF MRS. ANNE M. LUMAN 1852-1926 A Pupil BONDS FOR INVESTMENT Charles A. Piper 103 Baltimore Street PHONE 2 7 7 6 Claude L.: "VVhy haven't you a date tonight?" Glenmore R.: l'Grace isn't speaking to me." Claude L.: "How's that?" Glenmore R.: "She was work- ing a cross-word puzzle and asked me, 'What's a female sheep F' and I said, 'ewe.' She hasn't spoken to me sincef' fs? f it if - , if' 52 xp- ,A W,,vs.-.y -- rf We ' 'P' ' Z, - ' ' 1,5111 5 5 ' 9 T X 5 GI e ' Q A A E 0 , Y X V 6 if - - Ln Him: "You know, dear, l've been thinking over our argument and l've decided to agree with youf' Her: "XVell, it won't do you any good. 1've changed my mind." "You can get anything at a mail- order house," remarked Josephine. "Everything, alack! but a male," sighed Mary. Servant Girl: "Madam, master lies unconscious in the hall, with a piece of paper in his hand and a large box alongside." Madame X. Qjoyouslyj: '6Oh, my new hat has arrived." A TO UCHING TALE She touches up her hair, She touches up her face, She touches up her eyebrows, Her folderols and lace, She touches up her thumbnails, Her fingers, one, two, threeg She touches up her dimples- And then she touches me! Ag 5 W 5 xiii I A- I hr. --' ,. . ALLI G E W I I 9 3 0 The Llberty Theatre The House With Perfect Sound WESTERN ELECTRIC SOUND SYSTEM VITAPHONE AND MOVIETONE Farmeras Dairy Produejrs Co. , Inc. 311-PHONES-312 THE MILK WITH THE DEEP CREAM LINE Llberty Frult Exchange WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Everything in Fruit Also Country Produce GREEN GOODS OUR SPECIALTY Phone 2868 163 Baltimore St. A Peerless Motor Cars f" XX SALES AND SERVICE GEORGE AND HARRISON STREETS . I Oscar Curley sq gift 11212 Q fl' ll Q 'EE 1 L ' . ' 'MXL- 195 I, 1 f X, lr 4 1 63:3 06-11 S ri F ALLIGEWI I 9 3 O Bill Cramer 6'The Tire Mann It's FIRESTONE Tires Now .lust 'Phone 2 1 5 110 South Mechanic Street Opposite NV. Md. R. R. Freight Office Meet Your Friends at THE Royal Confectionery I N C. DELICIOUS ICE CREAM AND CANDIES -Palatable Lunches- FROM OUR CONTFM PORAINES: HONfV'Rl2 YOUR Tl2liTH? The following acl was clipped from an Arkansas newspaper: FOR SA1.1i-100-year-old NVhite English Leghorn llens. ALL PRO Vl DEU FOR RENTfOne furnished room with small private family for couple. DARN THAT FLORIST l Clipped from the Chenango CN. YJ Telryrafvlz: The lmride was attired in a gown of white wool batiste and satin, ancl she carried a bouquet of punk roses. PEERLFSS UN DERSTANUTNG Among the smallest screen stars are the following: Dorothy Janis, 4 feet 11 inchesg May 1V1cAvoy, lletty Bronson and Ressie Love, all feet.-l?'i1'111inglzauz Aye-Hz'1'a1z1'. XVF 1.lV12 ANU LEARN Question: X'Vhen clicl Augustus C:esar die? Answer: Aug. 19, A. D. 14, and lynchecl Aug. 17, 1915.-Sun Fran- cisco Daily News. FRIED OR BOILED Made with a yolk front and French pantie style either lace ll'111111lCCl or tailorecl.4Acl in Orlan- clo, Fla., paper. HIS NOSE KNOXVS Fish smelt in season.-Sign in a Newark, N. J., store. 196 I 46223 ' blot lx! '4 ir. -,ur J.. ALLIGEWI i930 Prof. Antonia La Manca COMPOSER VIOLINIST TEACHER Grarluatccl from Vincent Paoliella of St. l'ict1'u, a Kliniello School of Naples 'l'IcAcu1N4s nv HURo1'15AN M l2'l'HoIzs Italian, Grrmavz, Frcurlz and Iinglixll QAONIDUCTOR OF XNTBO BROAIJCASTING STATION ORCII ES TRA FUR Au. OCCASIONS EXAMINER OF OLD MASTER VIOLINS Tauylzt in Cunzlicrlalzd for T011 Yvarx 16 Liberty Trust Building Phone ..... 2967 From The Very Beginning This Store Has Featured O U A L I T Y fv OUR POLICY WILL BE THE SAME DURING THE YEARS TO COME ustylev HValue'7 A R b ' , 0 s e n fl u m s 5 QUALITY HEADQUARTERS SWS!! S fi ' Y 197 AL ,fx , ! I I . dal' lm , FTW? S ll. 'I -v ' . LIGKEWI l93O :STRAN R. C. A. PHOTOPHONE DE LUXE TALKING PICTURE PROGRAMS VVOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE 310,000.00 VVhen You Reach Age 55, 60 or 65? LET US sHow YOU How THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY ALBERT H. MACY, Agent 14 Green St. Phone 1430 Cumberland, Md, Boys and girls may not be alike, but they certainly do correspond. Miss Dixon: "ln the English constructions, the masculine always embraces the feminine." james W.: "I unanimously agree." THE HEIGHT OF OPTIMISM Telling hair raising stories to a couple of bald-headed gents. MacMillan: "A man told me I looked like you." Charles Smith: 'lVVhere is he? Ild like to knock his block off." MacMillan: HI killed him." WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF Rawlings fell in love? Fred Smith fell out? Dawson would be congenial? Joe Miller wore a derby? "Tommy" grew up? Gearhart couldn't find an argu- ment? Gurson didn't have a car? Kathleen didn't tease the boys? Carscaden's hair should turn pink? Cleo should quit speaking to Smith? Cupler didn't have such a sweet voice? Jessie handed a "Write-up" in? Ray took six snapshots? Spitznas hit Ruehl? Eichelberger passed physics? Bittner got a diploma? Cupler sold an ad? WE DIDN'T HAVE ANY SCHOOL? iv'- -xiii ' Blil- hr Y-l ,.4. Qi ALLIGEW N. X l ! atin- fi START THAT ACCOUNT TODAY and when you think of a RANK think of OUR hankfthen come in and get acquainted. The man with five dollars treated with as much courtesy as the man with thousands YOU NEED US -- -- WE NEED YOU AS BUSINESS FRIENDS WE ARE BOTH MADE STRONGER Commercial Savings Bank Cumberland 2 1 1: :: :z : : Maryland R. Frantz Produce Co. WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE Phones 854-855 167 Bedford Street Bedford Street and ll. Q O. R. R. Crossing Cumberland 2 : : Maryland Garden Theatre '6Where the Showing of Good Pictures is a Habif, HOME OF SELECTED MOTION PICTURE ENTERTAINMENT AT POPULAR PRICES Continuous Performance----i-12:00 to 11:00 Curtis Confeftionery FOR THE BEST HOME MADE CANDIES ICE CREAM AND SODAS 72 Baltimore Street 199 I I93O ALLIGXEW I l930 Star Dye Works George hl. Svvach, P1'0jvrivz'ur GARMENT DYERSANDCLEANERS Phone 1315 Necessity Street Cumberland :: Maryland PHONE 2 7 9 3 James C. Powell GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER lt is disagreeable to have cooties. but suppose they chirped? Heard in the locker room: "Hey there! Don't spit on the Iloorf' l'S's matter? Floor leak?" He: "Say, who dated my girl for tonight?" She: "Oscar," He: 'AI did but she vvouldnlt tell me." Cop: "Hey there! you can't stop here." Abie: "Can't eh! You don't know this car." Fatkin: "Look here, Helen, I want to see you about this para- graph, in the Mirror, announcing my resignation from the staff." McFerran: "But, it's quite true, isn't it Fatkin: "Quite But l should like you to explain why you've printed it under "School lmprove- mentsf' pry This is one of Cupler's favorite jokes: A little Scotch boy asked his father to give him a penny to get an all-day sucker. "Do you think l'm crazy?', asked his father, 'tW'hy it is four oiclock already." I l Dickey: "l've had this car ten Nineteen South Liberty Street Years and UQVCV had Pl Wfsflfa Parker: 'You mean you ve had CUml9C1'l3nd 53 M?11'3'l11U4l this wreck ten years and never had a car." Jiigl, ,Pia Qld ,E fl "1 E I IF I "I ,l,. A r XA f x 1 . fx , x x V IIN: . Q u Q ig lil. P F LLIGEW COMPLIMENTS OF The Elite Confedtionery QUALITY AND SERVICE always our motto CONFECTIONS :: LUNCHES ICE CREAM -121 North Centre Street- The Holland Company 145-147 Baltimore Street RUGS PIAN OS LINOLEUM FURNITURE VICTROLAS AND RECORDS - R A D I 0 S - WELSBACH ELECTRIC REFHIGERATURS 66Everything for Happy Homesn 2:1 . 201 I I 9 3 0 A L L I G E W I I 9 3 O 9 Curley s Grocery Store WHERE YOU CET Pure---Wholesome--Delicious FOOD T0 EAT V g Geneva and Wfelker, on their way ,121 ,,5 ' I 2, to school, were discussing the relig- ,,,,g5i'l"' ious Seniors. Geneva said: "Cleo ,film Miller is very religious-she walks i through the corridors repeating a Q P1'ayff1'-" Vlfelker: "No kiddin', what's the 2 g :L X prayer like?', - i 3' it Q lj, K1 gil L- 4 Geneva: "Dear Lord, l don't ask W " W' -'-'gf I 'J anything for myself-just bring mother a son-in-law." Bathing Suits Fishing Tackle , I' HILL S TOY STGRE BASEBALL GOODS 45 North Centre Street Cumberland, Maryland A C. I-l. l-ICLTZIVIAN if 'H 86 Baltimore Street ,J I -PHARlVIACISTS- Telephone 943 uGet it at Holtzman's" 332 if Q YI QL . - - 1-.nn 202 S 4 mix- A K E ...S ,KL L lGEWi I9 Gold 1- lM4IHIIlHItl!z M N WW Willkiflt 1 ' .wr WI' r- Gold B 111111 Golgga Seedlez' fg't?1yEi..5I1 1'EJ7'1iJif nAIS'NS f Y. -'V- 5 5 -fi ii 'fi - - S Q311't?E1511v mtnrltiii atsaiwgaikegi Ralsms !1!m ,wvwl:l1411x! I N X,1,. 1:1'W The Kenneweg Company -DISTRIBUTORS- COMPLIMENTS OF The Buchanan Lumber CO. C U R T I S WOQTDWORK Phone 1270 Phone 1271 549 North Centre Street 203 !'l -xiii 'W . ll 2 11 L .., 'vor J..- lm! P904 ALLIGEWI 1930 mauwtgofougmwgwistqaa PHE LOVE PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY 232 South SPILICL Stuet Q umberland M111 X11.1l1i1 PLUMBING STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING AK 11lORlZI D DI A1 I R 1 OR W Lllmms 011 o Mane HEATING lIt1N 2130 A QOMPIXOMIM' Halt ot the btudent Cou11t11 ue Lloolts vms the g1a1 111g headlme 111 the 11160111 11zrr01' A 1et1aLt1o11 111 11111 was demanded ot t11e CC1l101 under penalty ot Quspensmn The next ISSUC CHIIICC1 the 11111 Halt ot t11e Student Counul 'ue Not Q1oo1 s SURVIVINC A PANTIC 11t1x111 Ilsten Dolothx we muet 111ve the A D K C1'lIlCL Wll1C Ol lt v1111 H01 appe11 11 1L IXIIILIHVNI 1Jo1othv T11e Qcene btgg utr desc11pt1o11 111tk1n NCVCI 11111111 1J0llOVV a few adjectwes and bo on w1t11 lt PDUCATINC MA Has you1 bon s 1'11b1'1 bthool edu e1t1o11 p1ovcd ot 111y 1611 v ilue Yee mdeed 115 eu1ed 111s moth L1 of 1J13.gg1I1,S:, about h1111 CYIVI 1T A NAMT M1 1xe111be1tdec1ded t1 t lu would 11kt to plw g,o1t So a1te1 pu1c11'15111g t11e IICCCSSHI-1 clubb 11e til td 1V1a1t111 Tenney to caddy tol 111111 and W1'l11L C1Oll1f, so to show 111111 so111et11111g about t11e game Atte1 S6VCl31K1djb Spent O11 the Countly Club COUISC M1 Rem 1JCl1?lS1xCf1 VVe1 l1ow do y 1 111 e my 122111167 Tennev 1 suppose 1t s A11 lla., 1 but 1 Qt111 p1tfc1' golt 1 AT1xfDN1f1 ou1 lC1VC11lSL1S They made poss1b1e thls Ye'11 130011 51510 - , V. 4 11 - - N 3 I 1 x f -- ,. . . . . .S vc . , , I I 1 Y- 1' 5 1 1 x Y . x H. . J- 1. ' ' " H' .A 1 e L 'A , 53 X 1 . V, Y . ., 1 1 , ' T, V' . U ' - Y . , . . , A K ' ' F -' 1 K 1 1 1 I T . E up ' 1 lc ' 1 t1 A .- If ' . . v ff 1 1 J . . ' lj. '1 A -' ' 7, i ,. ' H V i Q . U ' 1 . , . . . . . ,, 1 0' ' 2 . I cs Y , 1 1 'U is - 'z 1' ' A ' . ' 2 2 -?" r cc ' 1 x - 1 i , - - ., , . U Y 1 . T . ,, -. A 1 A . I 2 L . . A ., f - 3: 1 - 7 f . '. ' ' 1 ' 121' - . K . fr 1 - ,A fy 1 2. if ' ' 1 1 1 J ' a f 1 I T 1 . . I A vm Q 1 A Y .ir l , - ' , . - 5 -5 ' ' : " '1, , 'ot. ff r 1 5 X r .H z 1 1. . I . - - . v A Z cz' SA ' us I girl ty I " .J A - :J I1 j VI.: 7 3 Z 2 . Z 1 ' , -S E K V . . ,C l- ,1 5:3 vi . g I ' ' Q " v 1 , I L ji -'Q ,4 F r' 1: ' ' .,-. , - wo:-J.. ALLIGEW THE BEST COMMENCEMENT FOR LIFE- is T0 START A SAVING ACCOUNT WHEN YOUNG A small sacrifice of present pleasure will become the sound basis of future happiness. We especially covet the opportunity of co-operating with young men and Women to make their banking easy and pleasant The Liberty Trust Company I-luon A. Mc'Mt'l-1.1-ZN, Clzairmmi, E.'l'l't'1l1"I'ZJC Comuziffcf' XV. R. Ilklcwlclz, Pwsicicrzf CnAR1.r:s G. l'IOLTZSlIL', Vive-Pres. THOMAS li. FINAN, Secretary-Trm,s'zm'r NV. L. MORGAN, flsszsfavnz' Treasurer GEO. A. SIEBERT, .fl.S'Si.YI'lll'IZ' Svcrcfary RL'ss1':1.1. SAvl1.1.l4:, .flssisfzznf Scfrvifziry and Trust Offircr The following Colleges ancl Universities have been rep- resented in our student lxocly during the past year: YALE UNIVERSITY OE PENNSYLVANIA UNIVERSITY OE VVEST VIRGINIA XVASHINGTON AND LEE COLUMIHA UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND CARNEGIE TECH. XVESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE and a nunilmer of smaller Colleges ff eCatalog .llailvd 011 Request- .f N! 9 Cmlwrmmz I' Buaanems' Sclwo 171 BALTIMORE ST. CUMBERLAND,MD. QE: V ', I .. 205 l l930 l' -l930 ALLIG-EW ' SHOES AND HOSIERY WORLD,S LARGEST SHOE RETAILERS G. R. Klnney Co., lnc. 43 Baltimore St. WASHINGTON CAMP No. 62 PATRIOTIC ORDER SONS OF AMERICA Greetings and best wishes to the "Class of '30.l' NVe cordially invite you to become one of us if you are in sympathy and accord with the objects and principles of our organization, a part of which follow: Whereas, The history of the world most plainly proves that it is the business of one generation to sow the seed of which another reaps the harvest-be it of grain or tares -of good or evil. Now therefore, VVQ, as Sons of America, do hereby associate ourselves into a fra- ternity for the purpose of increasing the integrity, and sustaining the power, of the American body politic, and of instructing each other so to act as citizens of our great country, that all her interests and rights may be preserved, and that all who come among us shall have the fullest respect for, and strive to become real Americans in heart and in name. In this act of association we severally pledge ourselves to the observance and support of the laws of the land, and regulations of this fraternity, as becomes the sons of freemen, willing to submit to the restraint of social order, and acknowledging no other bonds but those of duty to our God, our Country and ourselves. Any white male person shall be entitled to membership in the Order if he be of good moral character, at least sixteen years of age, a believer in the existence of a Supreme Being as Creator and Preservcr of the Universe, born on the soil or under the Jurisdic- tion of the United States, in favor of free education, opposed to any union of Qhurch and State, and to the interference of any Foreign power, directly or indirectly, with the Government, and not atliliated with any secular, religious, or other organizations opposed or antagonistic to the American System of free public schools. -Application for Membership may be had by addressing P. O. Box 301.- GRADUATION CARDS AND GIFTS KAN scHooL DAY AND MEMORY BooKs , ,N Y I ' 'I'h P ft C d Sh 4' 25 North Centre Street " Cumberland, Maryland IE: gy l tow-vt? , I N UCF lg ll' li 2 125 Q - , hr. -.' ' , -ol. ' 206 ALLIGBWI l93O INCORPORATED Cumberland Maryland WE ARE JOBBERS or CAST IRON ENAMEL AND VITEROUS CHINA BATH ROOM FIXTURES BOILERS AND RADIATORS, HEATING SPECIALTIES, ETC. V',f"2N.. lf you are going to Build a New House or Remodel an old one, have your falx ' Architect, Contractor, and Plumber see US first .K I K A l Phones 3284 and 3285 l N Cumberland : : : : : : : : : : Maryland 4 :Al Corner North Mechanic and Redford Streets l least, 1 1" ' r 1 1 'LX gif All F ' "I Ll' L- 5 ., , , mug-J... 1. The Tri-State Mine and Supply Co. 207 ALLIGEW l l930 1851----Jewelers for Three Generations-l--1930 SEVENTY NINE YEARS Gifts for the Graduate at Moderate Cost The Litt1e JeWe1ry Company 113 I-Baltimore Street 243 Virginia Avenue 'IGOOD GOODS COME IN LITTLE PACKAGES" , 0 Shaffer s Palnt Store PAINTS, VARNISHES AND ENAMELS 112 North Mechanic Street AGENT MONAD LEAD AND ZINC PAINTS Matheney's West Side Pharmacy EVERYTHING IN DRUG STORE GOODS Penslar Agency Whitman? Candies Phone 417 Green and Water Streets Unlon W oolen Company ,XXX 129 Baltimore Street ,f NX SUITS AND ToPCoA'rs f S 2 2 . 5 0 " N0 MORE N0 LESS Tailored To Your Measure QQ GEO. RUHL. IVIANAGIZR ,215 53,09 9152! S fit TQ Z ff 5 P P I ,.. R .,-., - '-1:-J.. 208 ALLIGEW I l930 THE UNDERWOOD BEST SERVED DRINK Portable Typewriter IN THE WORLD IN A Pure Drink of Natural Flavors Served Ice Cold in its own Iiottle- THE DISTINCTIVE COCA-COLA BOTTLE livery lnoltle is sterilized, filled and sealed air-tight lmy automatic machines with- out the touch r 'x1:: Dri S 'of human nk hands insur- , am: I ing rulerrv I a n d whole- , . 1 someness. I Delicious and Refreshing TI-I E COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Roy I.o'r'ru:, illanaycr T W I G G TRANSFER XXX PHONE Q X 8 9 5 I 'Q dwg rvv: S X. ' In Ideal Gift For The Gradzmtc XVorld's Championship in all Classes won for twenty- four consecutive years on TUE UNDERWOOD Standard Typewriter TIIE MACHINE Ol' CHAMPIONS IINDERWOOD TYPEWRITER COMPANY Twenty-six Pershing Street Cunilmerland :: Maryland j WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE WESTMINSTER, MARYLAND .'AI,IlliR'l' NoRMAN NYARD, IJ. IJ,, I.I.. II 1'rv.ridmzf FOR YOUNG MEN AND YOUNG WIOMEN Unexcelled Location Modern Curriculum, Model 'ite Rat C9 Qornplcte I quipment I raduafis Prom lfvfvrovfcd H10 56110015 ldllllfftd Wzfllfrzzf Corldmons I U10 A I G ' 1 1 I I . . I CATALOKIUIE UPON APPLICATION 1 I lx , 1' in .. I I hr. l-lT.lq.- A L L I G E W l I 9 3 0 COMPLIMENTS 0 F Perman Gllbert Pugh COMPLIMENTS 0 F FREE PARKING SPACE VVOMENQS AND CHILDRENS W'E.ARING APPAREL K E 1, fn. AAA C1 03 ict if: Srojre M' A 5254 Baltimore Street CUlUlJt'l'l2111d : 2 : : : : 1 : Maryland COMPLIMENTS . fxxxl ff X 0 F j V V. 81 H. Bllllafd Parlor I + 10 South Mechanic Street Holcomb 31 Vandergrif, Props. qygi ,...?' ' I .U -avo- S fl' E lf! Q L... 210 L. ALLIGEW 4 Xxx King 00-11 "x T T .Alf T. A. Carscaden PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTORS Phoncs 2268-1181-XV CARIFIFUI. ATTENTION GIVEN REPAIR XVORK N Number Nine Harrison Street TAsK14:k G. LOWNDES, Prcsidcnf VV. BLADEN LOWNDES, Vice-Pres. D. F. KLfY141cNDA1.L, Vice-President The Second Nauonal Bank OF CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND HTHE OLD-BIG STRONG BANK" SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNT CHARM-is II. M1-:Tz, Caslzicr ALLAN H. SPIER, Asst. Caslzicr JAMES CLARK, Clzairuzan Board 0fDweff01's EAT IT for HEALTH The Creag' Cfefainsw' A 211 I I930 eff M116 ' I fl Q ': Q ..l... ALLIGEWI l930 PHONE l 41+ 3 6 onarcb Prlntlng Company 14 South George Street :: :: Cumberland, Maryland HVALUEM WHEN AN AR'l'lCl.lC olf OUTSTANDING MERIT I ,xnu .V ,?,. ij... - jglfljifi-1, IS Ol"l"lCRliD 'rum 1fU1s1-lc: 'lu IT,S success - y"iifi""' "', k lit Sl : becomes immediate, and so it is with ll Zgaalae - Q .,,.u .S 4? la g oR1oLE S Ma. H - T! RANGES ll ll 1 . . . X V 1 Q Q Q Only one worcl can explam 115 quick acceptance :mcl succcssfllml worml is ll l.. - ' ' " NVALUE' Cumberland and Alleghany Gas CO. HEADQUARTERS FOR SPORTING GOODS f'x 'I lu S ecial Prices to Teams on Football and Basketball E uipment X P q O ll I I The W llson l-larclware Co. xA ' 30 North Mechanic Street Sir S ll' ll Z E' 'i t L ...S l --f ' "'Qf'.li-' 212 AL , N. 4 ll I, Rift S fl' r Y n LIGEWI 193 The J. H. Holzshu Company INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE fsince 18805 103 Baltimore Street :: :: Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland Music Corporation Sheet Music Records Pianos Radios Accessories, etc. -Band and Orchestra Instruments- THE MOST COMPLETE EXCLUSIVE MUSIC HOUSE IN WESTERN MARYLAND 12-16 North Centre Street Telephone 123 "The Richest Pmxrozz is Poor VVitlz0ut zz- Musical Education" '41 occ: Paul Douty: "Darling, here in A 'igvgwfn the moonlight, your teeth look just . 'O lf like pearls U 'is .taxi "Dot" Newberry: "Say, hozo, Q' NW when clicl you have a date with Hansrote FU Geo. W. Martin MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail Phones 545 and 546 417-421 Maryland Avenue 213 AL l f X -,f'I iff 'fi ii f 'Ai cvv-1' . .- S nfl, Y' ? 4,-. LIG-BWI l930 VVE TNVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE XVHENEVER YOU NEED Electrical Merchandise and RADIOS OF A N Y DESCRIPTION WY' flssmc You C 0II1'teoII.v and Fair T7L'Gfl7IfL'llf XVILL YOU GIVE Us A TRIAL? S T E R L I N G E L E C T R I C C 0 M P A N Y Cor. N. Centre and Redford Sts. E. l. DANVSON, Prcsidcnf A. H. S., 1905 Lottig and Lottig CIGAR STORE Magazine Center SCHOOL SUPPLIES "WlIt'rtt Quczlily and Svrifirc lx'zmlt"' Nine South Center Street Cumberland 1: Maryland THE ALL1OEw1's OWN CELEBRITY CONTEST T alcnlccl ... H aughty E nergctic .... C apalmlc .... L rwcly ... A rlislic .... S tncliuus ... ..... S tylish .. .. O riginal .... .... F unny .... ..... N Ohlmy ....... . I nteresting .... N ccessary .... E stimalmle .... T alkativc .... E ntertzlining ... E xeitzllvle .... N UYUT ...... T licatriczil .... H eavenly I nnucent R elialmle .. T imirl ...... Y Outhful SN C7 ..51. 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LIG-BWI I9 Official Photographers Allegany High School, Beall High School, Central High School, La Salle Institute, Ursuline Academy and Frostburg Normal School GOLDFINEJS STUDIO 1-17 Baltimore Street : : Cumberland, Maryland SOWE.R'S FLOWER SHOP Whatever You Buy of Us-----Ifs Satisfaction We Sell FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION 48 North Centre Street Cumberland, Maryland Phone 880 Our Store is Headquarters for Your Graduation Togs Agents for MIDDISHADE BLUE SUITS SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY KAPLOINVS YOUNG MENS SHOP 115 Baltimore Street Outfitters to Graduates Since 1906 210 3 0 N. ' il-I ,X G in Uhr --mul.. lg Q N. .1 fl qq fixing .5 LLIGEWI i930 Molloy Made THE COVER on this book is the product of an organization of specialists whose sole work is the creation of unusual covers for School Annuals, Set Books, Histories, Catalogues, Sales Manuals and other Commercial Publications THE DAVID 1. MOLLOY CO. 2857 North western Avenue CHICAGO COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF O R N D O R F F' S GROCERIES AND PRODUCE Laherfs Ice Cream Company 784 Fayette Street Phones - - 393-399 MBROADWAY COSTUMES AT HAVERHILL PRICES" OOKER OWE COSTUME CO., AVERHILL, MASS. HAROLD C. XVICKARD, Locum. RFPRIESI-'N'I'A'l'IVF gvf 738 Fayette Street 2: 2: :il Az: A TCIGIIIIIJIIC 651-IVI y ,gg I ll 2 rl ii L ,., -.ui-J.. 217 ALLI Glswl l930 ID RJEAM S UNITE TRUE f El mam mu mmm a bmw hook mmntahmm' mwmm build a hmm mmupfetmm mam lm' mmghhm' Haw mmm 'mil make am heatsn nam Km my dum' 'Hum S 7611 Mwwhbmm 'Mnwammmg Wmmmauig DESIGNERS AND ENGRAVERS OF BETTER ANNUALS uaumr inrgmnm .-.Q INF A ,1 li ..J 218 S 15 -o 1 r . .1 to-3 Xcknowledgement Nctnities Xdm1n1strat1on Advertisements Alehemlsts Club Xlcohi Mirror Alleghany Life Alhgewi Alpha Delta Kappa Alpha Delta Kappa Appreciation Athletics Autumn Frolic Band Basketball CBoysD Basketball Players Basketball Squad Basketball cGlI'lSD Basketball Players Basketball Squad Bird Club Board of Fducatlon t aleudar Camera Club ...... Celebrities . ....... . Choral Club ....... Classes . .......... . Coaching Staff ..., Contents .......... Cookery Club ..... Debate ............ Deelamation Contest Dance Dedication .. .......... . . Drama and Music . 1 aeulty ............ Family Album .... Field Ball ......... Field Ball Players . Field Ball Squad .. Football ........... Football Players .. Football Squad .,,. Forensic Club ..... Foreword ......... Girls' League ..... Glee Club ......... Gregg Artists Club Index 183 218 3 8 1 14. 154-138 G 136-142 138-142 0513 ' lil' . Z fu 1 hr. .l.. A L L I G E W I I 9 3 0 A 1 . .................................................................... 184 1- V" .,.. ......................................................................... 9 9 1 " ' ........,......,....................................,.,....,........... 11 . 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