Allegany High School - Alleganac Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)

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The ALLEGEWI q1Qf1ll'Ug6ll'l CUMBERLAND THE I938 ALLEGEWI SENIOR CLASS CF Allegany l-llglw School Published by the M A R Y L A N D 1 llltxllll FOREWORD Thls mhull rtprtbtntb ou! it ttmpt to txprtbb tuwlhly tlwst btn tlmtntb xxhlth 1bbOLl1F1L thtmbth tm Wlwtln hft his tlktn on 1 mort ldx mud SIQDIFICHIICL th m th If of hwh bthool LXIDLTILIILL, If lb our lwpt th If thls volume mfly atrvt to tltth tht IULIIIOTILS of school days md hrmw thtm h uk III plt lb tn t umtmtuty 41213 ,:,, , x x r x' - 2 :SD K- x X x f . X ' 7 . ' Z i ' 'Qi l X ' X Y X' with out school life at Allegany. l . X L 2 X 2 X 1 'z ' 1 ' ' 1 2 2 lr, " A ,x . x f x ' l 1 x 1 " . ' f ' 'z ' X I I 3 I ' 2 ' H 1 2 ' ' X1 'z C 0 N T E CLASSES NTS CRGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS SCHOOL LIFE 17' fills OUR PRINCIPAL l The class of 1938 enjoys a unrque pnx 1le e that of belng the flftleth to gradu are from Allegany I-hgh School It seems littmg for you to pause and conslder your herltage rn th1s respect for lf IS one of cont1nuous advancement The first hlgh school department had one room and one part tlme teacher Compare that wrth your school today Every graduate should appralse h1s own accomplxshment thus far and should I made the most of my OppOI'tL1I'11t1LS7 Whatever your answers now let th1s be your resolve that the endrng of hrgh school days mark the begrnnlng ofa renewed effort toward self rmprovement and toward the lendrng of a helprng hand to your HSSOCIHICS Make your worth felt ln the communlty 1n whlch you lrve take your rrghtful share of lts responslbllrtres My good wlshes go to all graduates of Allegany l-hgh School hut especlally to those of 1889 who are st1ll w1th us and to those of the f1ft1eth class RALPH R WEBSTER Prmclpal , , L T . . . 7. U . . f D Y Y C l T . s C . a l I A . C . K ask himself the questions: Have I contributed my share to that advancement? Have Y 7 I , . ' 1 DEDICATICDN To Coflch Hum in Bmll, to whom up mu so much of grmtltudg for hm LIUIITIDS1 Lffort ind L 1l m buh Ilf of the school, wg, thy sgmors of 1938 dndln 1tL rhxs hook MQ 5775? .Allegeu 1 I B Q 1. ,ji , bf 1 - Ball, ' V t. .., A 11.2 - V4 , , . 1 V , V x 1. 1 1 . ' x '- ' ' . -. U ' , . L 1 - 1 1 - . , 1 ' , ' -1 , ' - , 1. . . . " 9752 eflllegeu 1 x S N . Tl Q 'Q A K3 Q. Ni? 5 XXX B Ralph R Webster Prmtxpal Language Mrs Floren e Warfield AB Y :ce Principal Anne M T Webster AB AM lv'1n NC1dEfmSCf A B Mathematics lanet Anderson A B Foy A Curry AB AM Leo Delanex A B Margaret Harman A B Rose Qehmut A lu lfil Engllsh Pearl A Eader AB AM X rrgrnxa Duron A B A M Margaret Durst A B Mrs Anna B Hggxns AB AM Jeannette Holzshu A B Mary Sowerby AB Nellie Xx7llllSOl'l AB Margaret Wltherup A B Physucal Educahon Walter L Bovxers AB AM Eugene I Hopkms BS jane A Hesse B9 Mrs lxate C rrmm Curry Home Economics Dorothy Campbell B S Nlarle Rlthmond A B Helen MtFerr'1n B S A l V , . , N, . . , . ., . . ,. , , ., K , . ., . . t. It el V , . . y V '. . 1 , . ., . h. . , .., . . y .- 1 ' , . . v 1 V, ' ' . 1 ' ' , v ' ' E. William Noland, A.B., A.M. . . 1 . , . . ' - V1 ' -1 ' ' . 7 S, . ., . . lk 1 Q W rw ' ' K 7. -, .-. . t ., .. , , V " , . . t 1 ' , . . 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In V, 1 fg ' H f F rg, 9 N AJ' D f , QB? tflllegeu 1 EXCERPTS FROM A SENIOR S DIARY September September September Z9 September October 1 October 1 October 1 October 2 October 3 November 9 Flfteen hundred and fifty one unfortunates gather Oleefully w taln the portals of Alle gany hr h A fexx freshmen mrsslnl at end of day Found rn the drawer of Mr Noland s desk 21 Choral club elects Mary Margaret Brady as presrdlng vu arbler The senlor class chooses Mrs Elbm s favonte son Maxre as president Mary Larkms succeeds jean Anderson as Edrtor ID Chlef of the Alcoh1M1rror That xs we hope she succeeds 30 ames Rrght End Sullrvan 15 elected capram of the yunror class for the ensulng year Sophomore class confers upon james Gaffney the presldentral power Hell probably have them all rn plgskln Jackets before long Mr Webster lnaugurates the publlc address sy tem 14 Nlghtmares haunt sophomores after A D K s presentation of The Black Flamxngo Alcohl Mlrror recelves first place award at S l P A conventron Allegany muslcrans du t off thelr fxddles and partrclpate IH the All Maryland orchestra Donald Somerville captures runner up pOSltlOn ln the sololst contest 11 A H S band struts to first place ln Armrstlce day parade November 25 A H S defeats Fort Hlll ln Thanksglvlng day game so all Alleganrans enjoy thelr December 4 turkey dxnners Onrls league holds vlctory dance Curls and boys hold hands as theyolnt H1 Y clubs act as hosts ln a pre conference meenng Underclassmen declde all by themselves to standardlze the class rmg December 22 Allegany thesplans present Dust of the Road whlle wartmg for Santa Claus December 30 Many toes stepped on at alumnr dance january 1 january 19 January 22 january 25 Students feature basketball game and tea dance for alumm Coach Ball goes vermxlllon when the yearbook IS dedlcated to hum Buddmg journallsts of Western Maryland are guests of the Alcohl Mirror staff Examrnatlons descend upon us February 12 Alleganys Astalres and Rogerses frolrc at Olrls H1Y dance February 25 26 Babes rn Allegany present Babes rn Toyland to capacxty audlences March 7 Allegany sextet defeats Lonaconlng lassles to cop W M l banner March 10 12 Newspaper Journalxsts go to the blg city and wln fn' t class rating for AlCOhlM1ffOf Aprll 1 Aprll 22 May May Z0 june 12 une 1 une 1 une 1 1ntheC S PA H1 Y boys treat thelr girls to a dance and If s no Aprrl fool Allegany farmers turn out for A D K s Hlckvxlle Frollc Semors present class play The Goose Hangs Hlgh at the Strand umors entertaln senrors at prom Semors are 1mpressed wlth the serlousness of thelr graduatlon at annual senror sermon Senlors brd Allegany good by at senlor prom Commencement Alumnl and graduates exchange dances and glances at alumnx dance L12 1 ,W ' 5 x - Q C L 3 1 ' 1 ' . . 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President MAX ELBIN Vzee Preszdent PAUL MCCLOSKEY Secretary BERNICE DELACIRANGE Treasurer LLOYD STALLINGS THE SENIOR CLASS We the class of 38 began our eventful career as the first freshman class in the completed Allegany high school Four years have passed all too swiftly and soon there will be only the memories ofjoyful days spent here As ChIl1LlSllSIlC freshmen we elected Charles Shaw president and Miss eannette Holzshu advisor The two social events of the ye lr for us were the Cvlrls league dance and the freshman party We felt more a part of Allegany when we became sophomores because we were eligible for membership in all the school organizations Lloyd Stallings president and Miss Theresa Nicht advisor guided us ably through this phase of our high school career Then upon attalning Junior standlng new problems and responsibilities faced us Raymond Skidmore was elected president and Mr William Noland advisor of the class In selecting the class ring the vote was almost unanimous for a ring with an oval stone either blue or rose onyx upon which was mounted the Maryland coat of arms As hosts to the seniors at the traditional junior senior prom we were perhaps for the first time made aware that our days at Allegany were numbered Fifty years have passed since the first class was graduated and we have tried to maintain the high stan dards of scholarship and achievement set by our predecessors We elected Max Elbln president at our lirst meeting later Berkeley Mathews as editor in chief of THE ALLEGEWI with Virginia Thayer as assistant editor Miss Pearl A Eader and Miss Mary Sowerby were elected yearbook advisors Mr Harold C Wickard dramatic advisor Mr William Noland and Mr Lewyn C Davis social advisors This year two seniors Mary Larklns and William Fridinger brought the Tasker G Lowndes declamation banners to Allegany As a class we looked forward eagerly yet reluctantly to our parting activities the class play class night the outing the prom the senior sermon and graduation We hope that Allegany has been enriched by our presence even as our lives have been enriched by hours spent within its walls We shall carry with us memories of friendships good times classes teachers perhaps a little disappointment and sorrow the somewhat yumbled but ever to be remembered mosaic of Our Allegany Us 9756 exlllegewz '-1, ,' 1 - 1 w , ,s ' ' 1 I v I . 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H0 1 1 , Q, 3, g L-1,1 f f' .en u glnxg H1-Y 3, 4, prank ent 43 soc- ce ,, 4, lmslxerlv. ll 3, 4: .S all 3. 'g Girl." :gnc l, 2, 3, 4. Iiw-,z'xf1 1,2, 3,41 . I , 1 fm-rlw: ll 3, 4. H 4 III 'Q 'z ' l, Z, 3, 43 Hf Y -I, truck . 6 1, I, 43 flwrlmll I, 4. -J V 1 l law .y ,-,3 , '-'2,3,,4,Qs,l"' ' 'gif' rrnylc 1, Z3 ' . Z . , , E .Q A' I "' f, if ZJ N" f ' N ., f I. If ' I lf- I r , jj N Q L X 4 f X ff' R ' C 'N cf , , A ,v, xx Q 9 . 1 . 'a I 1 4 I , -5 l, M Vs ' ' 7 fn . A44 I , x , : Q 4 ,- "W fi, ,I 'G THE ALLEGEWI W-lr 'W 1:57 Ig '. 'lk MARGARET LOUISF EVERETF IIN, 1 r s 6113116 4 XIOL er 'Mme LILIIW 3 A1u1111 NI11z11oR FLIZABFTH IFII A FVP9 Curls ICJILIIE I anh C XX N1 MARX IIIZABI IH IXLPX Kurs glll. 4 BFVFRLX I AX MAN Cl 1 H- Iewgue I 4 AILUHI MIR 111111 4 IDA III' IAFLDSTLIN e'11,1 RATHFRXN FISTFR Kun 1r S ewue I QFXVILLI, FLETCHER FILILII s I guel 7 3 4 Sauer C HARLFS FORSTFR C Inlvln vu Ie'1p,ue IxA'I HIPRIINP I UC II LI' IORSTPR Ixmx 1r s C'll,llC I 4 Ihms INI IKNI1 XVII I IAM IRIDINCJIR I S I RUC 3 4 A D K u rexeIers 4 Glee club 3 4 DoubIe quar I T Trip 4 dedamanon 4 THE BLACK I'LAMINt0 C 11k1sTMAs PLAY 37 Bmw m TOYLAND 1181 4 f- '. fu. ,Q I - A -. W . - ' , ' 8 y ' 15 .Qi I ' I., 4 1, I 5 ' P11111-11 1 'A' M 11111 we 1, 2, 1, 4. I IIII I . I I I A , 5 1 If . . E1 H I 1 I ' I CS' lp' I . , 2, 3, 4. 1 4 A IR' , , V 4 I A. Q . .' Sa L I I 62 F 1 - 1 C1 1: 1 . 1 1, 2, 1, Q 1 1 n B-ws' ea , -, , Q . '- 3- . 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Mn THE ALLEGEWI x. if 14.4 1-' 45, L.. IN ELSON HAMILTON Ham Boys leaguel 2 3 4 f.heerleader3 4 trackl 7 3 ALLEGEWI MARIAN GERTRUDE HARTSOCK Harrv r H. gue I 2 CI-IARI FS HARTUNG Charlie Boys league 1 I 3 4 oreheeta VIRGINIA E I-IENDRICKSON Ginny r s gue I 7 HENRY EARL HENSEL a l guel 7 3 JOHN HERBOLDSHEIMER Hubold BQ slegue17 3 4 soc e ELIZABETH BELL HESTON Betty rs leaguel 2 3 4 I'I1Y2 3 A D K 4 THF BLACK Fxamnwo CURTIS HICKLE Bo s leaguel Z 3 4 track ELAINE HIGGS Hlgglt 1 s league 1 2 3 4 Choral club 3 4 declamatxon 3 4 'ipeech club 4 CHRISTMAS PLM 35 ALLIQIWI ALCOHI Mmaoa 4 HARRY HILLOCK R Boys league 3 4 football 3 S I E201 FM ,Y , , .V- ,,,,.,- , L, , .,L,L. - ,, L W ,W vw, Y I ' f 'E . f f' . -, , ' i f 3 I ., I .. - 'i w ."' u Q ' A I' I . J. . v , if, 'Q -L L V ' ' A me af .-1" BUY' 63' y hy , 4- - ,3 ,- 5 ff ..:, :I s 4 ., ' 'I . 1 l,-. , ' A aea- I wr' 2 , -, , 2 C f 4- ., . 4 ,f, --, -Y I' " J, ' ,," I. fill 1 Q - I -2 A If I: ,I',,' if v- ' G1 1- , , , 1 - , ., 4: D.. 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FI I-I I - ' 1112, 1 1 .ues IN '- I3 . 1 ,2, , -Ig A. D. K. 2, 3, 1..- . , 1 ' - 9 c ' 3: CSII . .. ' ' , '36, '37, .1 if XIII ,1 1 ,-, I3wy." In 1 , 2, , 3 ball -Ig Bun' zf , Z, 3, 4, A. D. K. 4, Al Ib Girls' ICIILIIIC I, Z, 3, -I. B I ' ' 31 'II U'iI3IU' Sv1.111I4v V I3y'.' I . ' ' I, 2, 3, 41.-X.D.K.2,3g nr'hx I- , 41 I3.X1iI-Q M1 7 G, g L 1us'1'- A N1.'X,' '1.x1"3l1. H Lff 4 , 1 cams leaf 3 1, 1, 3, 4. jj ' I 1 jf!! . I . V 1 ' .I 1 r I! . pdf H Z5 . L 3 . J I A ' 94 4 'Xl -f I' ' ff' f' V ' 4 .lf ,VV ff 5 2, ' 7 , +21 ig I Y, J I 1 '. .I if 2 THE ALLEGEWI 'C S. WILLIAM KAUFLMAN I oys league 1 7 4 Oc rmxed Lhorue 4 Aho revelers 4 IMBI 9 IN -I-OYLAND AI I Ll LWI FRFI-DA KELLAR P tc s l ague 1 7 J. HALDAINE IxINGTON Ha Boys league 1 2 3 4' declamation 49 I3At'li MISS GLGRY. VIRGINIA A. KIRKPATRICK Ginny Mr s e'1gIIe l 2 ' A. D. C IORCFTTA KLAVUHN Cum len IIL LOUIS LAFPFRTX Lou Lou Is 'Igue l JEAN LANDIS Irs l gue I 3 3 4 dechmanon 4 TIII COPPERIILAD TIIP BI ACK FI MIIRHI CIIRISTNIAS PLM 36 Bushs IN TmI wb ALCOIII IVIIRROR MARX VIVIAN LARKINS 1rQlgIIel'734ADK3 dedamarmn 4 Coral club 2 PAQL MISS CIIIRI TIII BLACR FIANIINGO CHRIST MAS PI ax 36 31 Buses IN TOHLAND ALCOIII IVIIRROR 3 4 JEANNE ELLEN LAZARUS Bush: Mrs l guel 2 3 4'A. . .3 ' Heldl all 3' declam'Irion 3. GERTRUDE LEBECK G rrie 3'r s' l gue 1, 2, 3, . E I R C L I 22 ASS ROISIARI III DX L mm yxclx IIXXIS RAX XIAPHIS I gm rrmk JANNFTTE MARLLS IFLWNIITL I mu L H1 e mmf Irv RUTH VIRCINIA IIXXIS Ruth: eiguq -IANI IINDSAX ml, L I I IIA MAI IOXX I RX X11 nu Im mblmg Iul IRVIIN IOXVFRX X 417 'x TX BIPRRFIYH 'N1A'lI-IFXX5 x cum WILI IAM MAI IIIHXX 5 us wus I tr'uIx Q is J la 14 3 ,-. we Q '? IJLLAAQAL. I 3 I H .ffl ' ' I .3 M, Ii If 2 II.-xv! IQ ' ' I, 1, 3. -I. IIIWQ Icn ' I I, 2, 3, -I: Im-rImll -I: K" -I: Romer 3. :IP lilrlf Ienuu- I, -I. IIN? Iczlulxc I, 1, 3, -Ig 2, 'r If Ju: 'wr 'Inwg -Y 1, 3, -I, s 5 3. y -I: no Iw.II 1, 3, -I. u Izm 's' I . ' ' I, Z, 3, 41.-X11.1u.xx'1, Girl! I I 1 B l,1,3,-4. Kiirls' In 'll' -I. Iiulx' IGI ' 1,2 I, 'IH - sl ' , J ' : 'rr ' 3' x' 1 n . I 21 Girls' .que I, 1, 3, 43 U' 3, 43 37 Tu ' ' Q 3 3, -I. 5 ,Ny , .311 ' , P. . , 1 Q 4 Y' III A langue I, -, 3, -I. Aj , F, I A Zag' 14 . , .. 1 'G , .. fi .. fc va, ,, P 5 , -J ' I I fl? I 'I A I I K ' ,,,, ' I +2 ef-' ' f' Is' I A , .I Q '- ffl I , .-P . I ,W J , ,f N ... 3 I THE ALLEGEWI PAUI MQCLOSKEX Mac lbw league l 2 3 4 nee prebx ent uf semor clam I-I1 Y 4 student counml 3 w preaxdent Glee lub 3 Alco xevelers 4 BABES IN Tm: un ROSE MARIE MCMAHON Rowe Fnrls league 3 4 fleldlvlll 3 WILLIAM MEEK l Boys league 1 7 3 s L er base 3 4 Irie C HARI FS METZ U l3m s le11.,uel fn PAUL MIDDLETON ow league l JACOB MII I ER 0 s le'1y.,uc l H XII Mm from Bmw Tm1AN1m DI' LOSS MURPHX lvlwrpll Boys lenuel 7 3 4 debate 3 ee lamatlon 3 MARIAN LOUISE NESTOR Peggy 1rS league 1 7 3 4 flel 3 b1skerl3'all7 r Llcl 2 3 HELEN LOUISE NEUMANN Flacku rs lC'l1.,L16l 7 3 4 4 A lx O 3 4 tre'1surer3 4 C oral dub 7 eheerlemler 3 4 I3xmG IX Tm lxxn VIOLA NPVH lrs maple 4 3 D lx 3 4 Chmal elu archery l24l A 3 - Q 2 ,rg IVV as J l p, t 5 f' if ,A 2 . 5 47u3.da1 Af' fr 4 'QQ A 7 A :Qi B 1 , 3, 3, 4- 3 ian? I B ya' . 1 , 2, 2, 45 A. D. K. 3, 45 , Glee club Z, 3, 4g track 45 CHRISTMAS N llm' '35, lf za 3. 'g . Q. IN ,1, ,,Mf. A 5'J Wm? gan , A'ice . .ily 5 Y K c 3 I 1' , 3 . . G' le' f , -, , 3 dball 1, 2, .3 . -5 ra' , , . BU ' " .' . ,-, ,4g:o'c 45 .q- Gil' .1 ,-, , gA.D.l'f.2,3, ball , 3 .'k2,3. 1.7. . ,, ., 3 h H b IXICIS' wr' 1 ' , Z, 3, 4: mrhall 2, 4. U' lr' lx ' ly 3, 3, S Hi-Y 2, , 43 A..'.Z,,gf"b2g ' 3. SARAH LOl'lSE OLIVER Sm y r S gue 1 ' - . L lu Al c,0Hl lx 3 4 Char MIRRUR 3 4 ROSANNA O NFAL Butph s gue 1 JFNNIE PALUMBO rs gue 1 ROBFRT PFRDEW I Ins lewgue l 7 tru LONSTANQI- PI'I TS C :mm Clrls lm L Lxxlw OI FN PI ATT C 14 x em. L X N IN HX PAULINE ALBERTA POORHAUGH Pnrly Yrs' ewguel - . 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K. 2, 3, 4, treasurer 43 student council 23 basket- ball 43 PAGE Miss Gl.0RYQ CHRISTM.KS PLM' '363 THE BLACK FLAMINGO3 AL- l.l1liIQXYI. BARBARA LAVERNE THUSS Curia Girls' league 1, 2, 3, 43 A. D. K. 2, 3, 43 Ulee club 13 Choral club 2, 3, 43 Nlusettes 43 mixed chorus 43 13.-ual-,S IN Tm mxn. JOY TRACY Girls' league 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 A. D. K. 43 C3lIRlSTMAS PLAY '3T. LILLIAN ELIZABETH TRAPPE Berry Girls' league 1, 2, 3, 43 ALCOIiI Mia- Roa 43 ALLLGEW1. KFNNETH TWIGG Boys' league 1, Z, 3, 43 football 3 MARGUERITE CARROLL TX LFR Mackie Girls' league 1, Z, 3, 43 H EMILY JUNE UNCAPHER Girls' league 1, Z, 3, 4. ENI I301 L A BETTY VALENTINE Puffy Yr 5' enue - '. . '. . secrerary . XIX RA JAINF VAI FNTINI' XLLTITTIIJN eague l 4 Basra IN Tomxxn BETTF WAGNFR Dxmple lrls league 4 DOROTHX WAGNER Dottie fra eaguel Z C IHRAI DINE LORFI: WPAKI TX EYTN Girls league 1 7 3 4 treasurer see retary of freshman class l'I1Y 4 field ball I 7 3 ba:-,ketballl 7 3 4 Tumh elub I track I 7 FRANCES VIRGINIA WFISKETTLI Eranrw urn lewgue 1 7 3 4 Choral LU I X udern D rue L uh J tru 7 LULA ELIZABETH XVELSH Lulu iirls' league - , ' I-I! ' cum RIIRROR 2 3- ALLEQEWI. 'IL' JOSEPH XVHFELER BLT! ox gue 1 7 CATHERINE ANGELA WIIITE ue MADELEINE JANE WHITE I urs leaguel 7 3 4 Choral l if 441 5.4 UI 1 OO fax, AYJA. :IX mi THE ALLEGEWI ...Q fi? if 'Qs- s, f li! .L I IO WHI'l MAN Sqn ale Bow league I 7 FRANCIS WILGAR Fran! ww l gue I LRANCES DANBY XVILLIAMS Franme Qnrla leaguel 2 3 4 I'I1Y 4 Cho ral club 4 llbrarlan 4 archery 3 HARRY WILLIAMS Tom Iloys' league 1, 2, 3, 4, band 1, 2, 3, 4, orehestra 1, 2, 3, 4, A1 com MIRRUR 1 JANIH WILLIAMS zlnz s gue 3 A 3 4 w e presldent 3 4 PAC! K :cm CIIRISTMAS PLA3 36 31 THF COPPIRIHAD Tm BLACK Fuwxmo A1 com INIIRROR 3 4 PMFLY PORTER WILSON TTI. rs leaguel 2 3 4 Y premdent 4 Choral cl b 2 3 4 l1b a rmn 3 V1 e presldent 4 Musettes 3 4 mnxed ehorus 4 orchestra 2 3 4 See rerary rreaeurer 3 4 Bfmrs ns. TOYLAND I-IFLFN C WINFBRENNER W1nn5 Olrls league 3 4 Heldball I 3 basketball 1 ck 1 Tumblmg club ALLEGEVCI JOHN WOLZ Le ry Boys league ORVIL L WOLZ Pere Boys league 1 2 3 4 basketball as mstant manager 3 manager 4 ALCOHI MIRROR 4 BROOKS WOOLARD Fuz. Boys' league 1, 2, 3, 4 I I32l LASS , , 'M V .iff . 1 we x V, l F- I I ,H ' , Al t., I , , .,,, , ' 1 , A I W 4 ,Az ,, ? AJ 1,2 -gp! I 1 , . ,. A gff, A ' I j A I J M 5, 4 V, M' W2 L 1 Wm . W xy I . , . 44 ' A ' A I 0 5 ' Chrlq' leaf , 4, Hi-Y 3, 44 . D. i , ' I K' Y ' if V I gf Mm , ' I f 3 .1 ': . 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YN XXX fl J YW I JUNIORS Tami fl W lu ii I Anticipating their senior year. - 112 WJ - ,da . i U51 975' efllfeqeu 1 1 'S Pre mlenr JAMES GAFFNIEY Vlee I resident ARTHUR LANCASTER SLLTLHITN HELENA ARONSQN Treasurer AGATHA ROBERTb THE SOPI-IOMORE CLASS The 1937 38 school year certalnly dld not prove dls lppolntlng to the sopho more class Thls year we became permanently estabhshed rs upper elassmen rn Allegany Some were really astonished at the strides we made toward our goal to be Junrors ust as soon as the opportunltles rrose forjoxnlng athletre teams and the more lmportant school organlzatrons, the sophomore elass showed rts aggressrveness md lts ablllty We dlsplayed our talents rn football soccer fieldhall and basketball IH Alpha Delta Kappa, the modern danclng group the speeeh club ind the muslc clubs Our pres1dent lmes Gaffney further dlstlngulshed the elrss by rnterceptlng a pass to Fort Hlll and throwlng the ball for the declslve touchdown rn the Turkey dry game Not only dnd some of us lttun athletrc honors but scholastrc and dramatlc ones as well Many of us held posltlons of hlgh rank on the honor roll through out the year A group of glfted Thesplans lncludrng Peggy SCCTISI Stanley Lud delee and Dan Wewod, were dlscovered ln our mrdst and were cast rn supportmg roles of The Blaelc Flammgo and Babes m Togland The officers who were elected on October first were ames Gaffney pres1dent Arthur Lancaster vrce pres1dent, Agatha Roberts treasurer and Helena Aronson secretary Of the many memorable events of our sophomore year we remember partlcu larly the choosrng of a standard class rmg We belleve that we have successfully malntalned che admirable record estab llshed by the preceding sophomore classes and that we shall be able to contlnue the record when we become Junrors T36 .. 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J, J Uefi' Wy GRADE SEVEN I Launched on their high school career. fb rm wk - 9 Q4 ,I h M, LM, 5' faire My V55 ge EKMV EQ S775 t.Al1EQLll 1 A PAGE FROM ALLEGANYS HISTORY 191 gLlLl4MClTCl Look lt seems most httlng that xx 1, on th1s f1ft11th 1nn1x1rs1ry of the hrst cl 1ss thwt UT'lClLl'1fLLll'-F0111 in Allcginy County 1111111 school, should p1us1 1 moment to 11111111 b'1cl1 over the yc ITS xvhlch h1x1 gone before Flfty ye'1rs igo, ID 1889 the hrst cliss xx IS gTldLI"lfLd from the hlgh school xvhlch wfls then housed ID the UITILJD Street l'5LlllLl1Ug Prcx IOLIS to thit t1mc thcrc hid bun no pubhc rttovnltlon of thc COI11PlLflOf1 of tht rcqulrcd xx or11 H C W111111r ind B Y Conr1d xx crc IIUOIIQ the hrst pr1n11p'1ls it Umon Street W11en ID 1899 thc school xx IS moved to Cumbcrlmd Street the LLlI'flLLllLll11 xvqs lI'l1pI'OVt,d 'md LI1l'lI'2lLk,l to cover 1 pcrlod of four yunrs ln tlmr yc'1r thc bo 1rd of county school LOIUIUISSIOHLYS rcportcd t111t thc course of studx lncludcd full coll1gc prtp'1r'1tory xx orl1 A T1ylor Sm1tl1 ind Hoxxird C H111 xxcrc pr1n11p1ls ClLlI'lI1g tht Cumbcrlmd Street pcrlod ln 1908 thc school 1 111n moved, th1s t1m1 to Greene Street xx hcrc 1 ncxv bulld lng 111d been erected Mr H111 xv1s pr1nc1p1l Lllifll he w1s succeeded ID 1912 by hX11llllI11 H Tlnkcr The records shoxx th If S R G 1y then scrx cd txvo YLITS 1nd xvis followed ID September, 1920 l y E Cl1rl11 Fontfunc Mr FUUI'11FlClb noxv st 1te hlgh sthool supcrxnor for the E1stcrn Short countlcs of lV11ryl'1nd ln 1923 C11 1rlcs 1. Kopp btmme pr1nc1p 11 thcrt T111 school contlnucd to groxv, untll IH 1926 grides ten, eleven 1nd txvclx 1 were moved to the Clmpobcllfl bulldlng, xvhcra. Mr Kopp COI1UI'1LlLLl is pr1nc1p 11 1111111 November, 1928, xx hen he xx lb elected Superlntendent of Schools of Allcgmy County At thls EIIUL 1nd upon the vote of the student body, the OH'lClll IYIHIK, of the school bccfunc Allegany H1gh School Cxeorge F Rcltcr bec'1me he 1d of the Allegany fwculty upon Mr Kopp s res1gn'1t1on and If wfxs durmg hls term ofofhcc, ln 1932, th'1t Cvreene Street jLlI11Ol' hlgh school wqs destroyed by fire It then bccwme DCCCSSWYY to "lCCOfDH10d IIC the sex enth, eighth ind n1nth gr'1des If Alleginy T111 bu1ld1ng xx lb used by the senlor Ingh students IH the mornlnv 1nd by fl1CjL11'11OI'l1lUl1 pup1ls1n the qfternoon Thls arringement contlnucd durmg the 1dm1n1str'1t1on of amcs E Sp1t1n'1s, who suc ceeded Mr Relter Mr Sp1tzn lb served txx o ye'1rs, then rcslgned to become stite hlgh school superv1sor for thc counties of Western Mirylwnd R'1lph R Webster succeeded Mr Splt nas ID 1934, cmd IS the prcscnt 1n cumbent Upon the complet1on of Fort H111 h1gh school, Cumberlwnd xx as re d1str1cted and both h1gh schools vxere opcr'1ted on the s1x yeqr plan The regular full day schedule was resumed at Allegany ID September, 1936 lt noxv houses grades seven to twelve and has an enrollment of fifteen hundred and flfty one students L44 " 1 1. 1 11 - ' 11 ' '1 '11-. 1 1 1.1- 1 1 1 11 111 1 A 2 ' 1 '11 1 1 -1 ,.,1 1 1 1 ,., 1 1 1 ,.,1 ' 3 2 11 - .1 vx 1 3 x 1 1 1 1 . 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'--W" fl -.' g M "7 - Y-Q - 97F'?eAllegeu 1 Preudent Vxcc Premlcnr Secretary Chaplam Ada :for THE BOYS HI Y Max Elbm Wllllam Oswald jack LEWIS Donald lordano Mr Wlllxam Noland The funct1on of the Boys H1 Y IS to brlng together those boys who are 1nter ested IH Chrlstlan standards both of personal l1v1ng and of socxal llfe, and to moblllze thelr efforts to do whatever IS needed to put the Splflf ofChr1st1an fel lowsh1p 1nto every school s1tu'1t1on The efforts of the Allegany Boys H1 Y 1n behalf of the school durrng the past year have resulted ID such act1v1t1es as the sponsorlng of the annual bonflre pro gram at Thanksgwmg the promotlon of the slxth annual lntra c1ty swlmmlng meet at the Central Y M C A and the sale of programs at the Fort H1ll Alle gany football game The proceeds of the sale whlch amounted to elghteen dol lars were glven to the hospltal fund Accordlng to custom the Boys H1 Y wlth the Glrls H1 Y attended church IU a body at least once dur1ng the year For the moral and eth1cal good 0f1tS members the bl weekly programs of the club have been enrlched by talks by guest speakers and by round table dlscusslons of topxcs of lnterest and lmportance A ICVISIOH of the const1tut1on to lnclude hlgher scholastlc requrrements for admlsslon to and retentlon IH the club was an 1mportant step toward a better all around orgamzatlon l40l PM . H up . ' X f' f , , t , X 1 H C .jg Q, 'Ki I .- ' x' .I , ...............r............--..-.......... ' ' Treasurer .....................,......................... .. .Eugene Munro . , . . . . . - , C . . K . ' , . . . ' 1. . . . . I . 1 . f I Y. . , . . L . n . . . . . . ., ' ' . . . , . . v ' 1 ' v . , . . . T y l Q K , T b nf D 1 Abu. f ff MJD M-fm +L JJ m7QLJk!10,,g lztzffaj 404-v-q,vL?vm0,A-'Can WW fflfhff MM Iv Prcudtnr Emely W1Ison Vzce President Berry Teubner Setrtrarx Ruth Lee Thompson Tnasunr Bernlce DelaGrange Chaplain Ann Hausman Ad1lYOTY Mrs V1v1an Wr1ght Klme M155 Helen McFe1'1'an THE GIRLS HI Y The Glrls H1 Y an organlzatlon of forty five glrls mcludes twenty Eve SCHIOIS, thlrteen Junlors and seven sophomores Accordlng to the annual custom, the Grrls H1 Y sponsored the sale of banners canes, feathers and other noveltles ln the school colors, for the Thanksglvlng day game The club s annual dance was held February 12 The decoratlons and general atmosphere were suggestlve of St Valentlne s day Representatlves of the club attended a conference held at Central h1gh school Lonaconlng on Apr1l 23 It proved very successful and 1nsp1rat1onal The purpose of the club1s to create ma1nta1n and extend throughout the school and communlty hlgh standards of Chr1st1an character A smcere effort has been made on the part of the members to l1ve up to th1s 1deal Regular group dlscusslons have been held, at wh1ch var1ous communlty leaders were 1nv1ted to speak on QUCSCIOHS of vltal mterest The uphold1ng of the H1 Y platform of clean speech clean sportmanshlp, clean scholarsh1p and clean l1v1ng throughout the school IS the end toward WhlCh all the club s act1v1t1es have been cllrected I47 952' eflllegewz f f I ' . 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' 1 1 , . .. , 95? e.Alleqeu 1 TH E ORCH ESTRA Prunltnr Dnnald Somervrlle Sttrcrarx Tna ur 1 Emely WllSOD Librarian Berkeley Mathews Dlrctmr Xhss Dorothy Wlll1SOH Iumor Hlrh Drntror Mlss Mane Lapm For the flrst trme rn the hlstory of Allegany orchestral work has been accord ed a place 1n the regular school currlculum Two perlods a week sweet muslc may be heard floatmg from the muslc room The Junlor hlgh orchestra dlrected by MISS Mane Lapln has also been pflkl leged to rehearse durrng the school day Credlt for muslc may be earned by partrcrpatlon ID elther orchestra Musrc at all dramatlc productrons and at all semor hrgh assemblles has been furnlshed by the senlor orchestra Numbers whlch had been especlally arrang ed were played durlng the 1nterm1ss1on of The Black Flammgo Donald Somervllle and Wllton Sykes partlcrpated ln the solo contest at the annual All Maryland hlgh school concert held rn Baltlmore IH October Donald Somervllle who was a runner up lost by only f1VC tenths of a polnt He and nlne addltlonal members of the orchestra represented Allegany rn the concert E481 , K ' .,...........,.....,.......................... w ' - 1' ' '- ' s V ......... .. ................ , .......... 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Y., Y 1 . . . . j . x ' 9 ' ' ,lack Decker Stu tary Wnlllam Fndnnger Buxmcsx Manager Treasurer Harry Wllll3mS Donald Somervxlle DITELIOT Miss Dorothy Wllllson Drum Major THE BAND At last playlng 1n the band has been recognlzed as part of the school currlcu lurn Two regular class perlods a week w1th credlt ID muslc have resulted ID a larger and better band It now conslsts of forty five pleces two new mstruments the glockensplel and the sousaphone havlng been added thrs year Precedlng the Thanksglvlng day game Harry Williams played To the Colors at the formal dedlcatlon of the Fort Hlll stadlum Between the halves of the game the band gave a colorful marchlng exhlbltlon cllmaxed by the formation of a large F H S ID front of the Fort H111 cheerxng section Twenty members of the band accompanied the football team to the Martlns burg game and the martlal muslc of the band helped to enllven the home basket ball games A French horn solo by Donald Somervllle a member of the band was a hrgh hght of the annual concert The entire band also part1c1pated ID the concert T491 975? vlllegewz l l l V 1-1 y, we V ,. ,. 1 , . . - ' 1 9 , . l - s 1 . . . . . , - Y Y T mdllegeu' THE JUNICR GLEE CLUB K' .jj Prcsul nt Beverly Mllway Sccretarx DIXIE Rafter Treasurer Jeanne Bowersox The 1un1or Glee club was formed two years ago as an organlzatlon for seventh eighth and nmth grade students whose VOICES have not changed The members meet once a week for an hour after school for the purpose of practlclng songs Speclal emphasls IS placed on part SlTlglI1g Thls year there are about seventy boys and glrls ID the club Members took part ID the jumor hlgh Chrlstmas assembly program and many had roles IH the muslcal comedy Babes m Toyland At the annual sprmg concert held IH Aprll the glee club sang the followlng numbers On WlngS o Muslc The Bug Brown Bear and Belzeve Me If All Those En dearmg Young Charms X XX JZ 1.1-f J .Hg . U01 Director Rebecca Phillippi ' 1 Q f I 7 . 3 . T ' 121.5 I' T V X QX 1 5 VJ , T41 S x s - ' 'l YN A - x XG J .J I I -1 x - l - L i A j . x j Il if I 1' 'N A J X lj! X! fi X T Q 1 f ' wf " X fs. an-,,t1., ' ISP Sv - X 'n.- fmafi wlffe J .I 'JY jff LJIJVK ,X5 fbvpy 1 ff fl THE CI-IORAL CLUB Prcszdcnt Mary Margaret Brady V :cc Prcsrdcnt Emely Wllson Secretary Mary jackson Trcasur r Anne Hausman Hzstonan lna Lee Elchner Dzrccmr Mxss Rebecca Phllllppl The Choral club IS a musical organlzatlon of forty five Allegany glrls, under the cllrectlon of Miss Ph1ll1pp1 The members are selected from the sophomore, Junlor and senlor classes It has two especxally lmportant actlvrtles durlng the year namely presentmg the annual Easter assembly program and partlclpatmg ln the sprlng concert At the Easter assembly the Choral club presented a three part Cantata, at the sprlng concert lf sang several well llkecl secular numbers In thrs way the club has furthered 1ts arm of creatrng and malntarmng mterest ln musxc throughout the school lfll U75? cflllegeuz ly. l ,fl J ...,....,...- ...... ...............a......... ' Y ' 7. N 'v' ,fl I ....4... . ........-....... 4 .................4 - . V . A I 5 u .......... ,...... ......,.......,.............. . . . Librarian .....,................. ........ ..... ..,......,...... M a r y Burger , . Q 9 f , ,' y ' . 1 ' ' Y 5775? Mllegeuv THE OCTET Miss WllIlSk7I1 lxdvlsurj C lrluton Bggknmln ohm Mlllu Inn LLL Emhnu M lYYM1TglYLf Brldy Wxlml Flptchln gr Mxry JILIQSUH Wxllllnm Frldmggr Donlld Rollpy Arms. HILISFUIU hcgompinlstl aw I fi if 'fl THE MIXED CHORUS 11514721 +1 F1mR1m Mxry 15115011 Shlrlcy Drlwoll mv. Qlwmdlgg umlm Slum Emcly Wilson In1 Lu Elghngr Mlrv Mu' Int Brfmdy X xr ln1lDrLur Aung Hlusm IH S1 c1mlRm1 Miss WIIIISLHIT fldYlbOfb lohn Duwnlbun WIIIIIHX Rohrpr ohn Klrkpltrlc Clrlgtnn BLLkl'Tl1I1 Wlllllnx FI'lL1lI1f.,LT XY lllum Rosuxmlrklg Dulmld Rollgy Wllllmm K muff min Rolwrt R111 ohm Mlllgr L1XLrnn. Thuss Thml Ron Hglum Henry Ruth Ahxxndgr WIIIHII Flctchln gr Betty Jo Burton NL5l1H1bf Mlry Ell xbeth Qrluhhcld LID Niygrs Dorothy Thrubh N mgy Hollind Cnraldlng Wnultg T59 7141 yin? ' ' , 1 f1 ' " ' 1 ,J ' f , 1 -1 " ' , 1 1 '1 ' 1 , A 1 ' , g' , 1 1' 1 , ' 41 ' ' ' , 1 ' , ' 1 1' 1 , 1,-f ' 4 A ' . V 1, QW' R T . ,,, . I 1. ,A 1' K, 1 .x Y ji K N V1 1 .if 1 5 y V 4 4, 1 t E" nw. I 1 SL' f 11, -14 . -y A12 19 1 5 1 1 1 1 T 1 1,1 5 'K - A A 1 1 . Tj " W Y Aki.-A ' 'z 1 11 " .-N' 1 ,YI1 ' I1 ",j1 '1 .N 1 , " . 1 " " ' , 1 I 1 gz ' 1 , 7' g' '1 , '. , ' 1 5 1 Ny ' 1' 1' ': 1 ' 1 ,V X ' , ' '1 -,I ' ' 1 ' ', 1 . 1- 1 . ' '. ' ' , , " '. - . . . 1 ' '- f , 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 1 ': " . '. ' 1 1 ,111 1 'zz 'A' ' ' ,1'1 ' 1 ,'- ' f 3. fury' THE MUSETTES M155 Phxlhppx fudvlsorj L1VQrne Thuss Mary Mwrgaret Pmmcly Mary Elm abrth Cntchfield Emely Nxfllson Anne Hflubmin M1rmn Weller VlYglH1d Dnyer ln1 Lee Exchnnr uanltw Sloan Umne Spwrks Mary ukson Shlrley Drlbcoll Tl-IE ALCO REVELLERS Front Ron Anng Hau5m1n faccompqnlstj Cmorgc Duron Wllllim Frldln gr Donald Rollcy Wllllam Kiuffman MISS Phllllppl l'lL'lXlSOTl SL and Rau ohn Kxrkpatrlck Paul Nlcclosluy Wllllam Oswald XXflll1amRol'1rLr Robert Rxce Third Rau Wllllam Bender Donald Somerwllle. ohn Mllltf ohn Dcnnlson U31 S7752 flllegeuz 5 I 0 l , , ,Y , - . ' 3' Q. ri aw ,-- I, hy M 4 , A :L v ' Q r A Vw , W' '1 x W 3 .tx f . .JL r + 4 Qu., i., ' '5 ' ,fl 5 A ' gi' M-85 fini: A' ' ' V, 4 ' - ' , 1 V r , . 'Z A ' , ' , . ' . , . '. , ' ' '- X , . ' 1 ,j ' . ,ju . ', j. - , ' " . ': l ' 1 , . ' ' . V' , ' '. ' ' SL ' , ' ' IC Q: J . I , ' A 1 v . . Y ,. . h ' 9752 .Jfleqc ll 1 DRAMATIC PRODUCTIONS lW1r11t11rs H 1111111 Q V111 Xl1ss '11 1r 1ret XX1tl1er11p 'xllss Rebeee1 ll111l1pp '1'l1ss lWor11t111 XX11l1s1111 The Black Flamlngo A111111 Delt1 14113131 s 11111111 proeluetmn of tl11s se 1so11 11 1s T11 1311111 F11111111111 b1 S1111 J IUIILS Tl11pI11 1 1111ster1 of tl1e perlod of tl1e l'rene11 Re1 U1LIIlOI'1 NX IS stweel 111 tl1e sel1oo1 111e11tor1L1111 on Oetober 14 11111 lr It 11 IS tl1e 11rst Al1LUll1X prese11t1t1on to be 1111111111 e 1st O11 sueeessne 111g11ts roles 11ere portr1yed by dlrlerent l11L.l1117LTS of the du 11 L1St 11111111 llTL1LlLlLd 111e W11111111s lem L111d1s Cl11rles S11111 o11n ett W11111111 D1r11ey Betty Belle Heston 111e Clmndlee 111111 131111111111 lI1Ll Wllll 1111 Fr1d11111er T111s p11n o1Tereel dr1n11t1c opportumtles to 1 gre'1ter number of students Both ClbfS were 111g11ly 1cc111111ed by tl1e1r re speet11e aud1e11ees 1nd tl1e pI'OdLlLfl0I1 11011 OLLLIDILS 1ts HlCl1C 1111onv Alleg my s successes Dust of the Road T111s ye1r, Alpha Delta Kapp1 eontmued 1ts Yuletlde tr1d1t1on by presentmg on December 22 1937 IIS fourteenth 1nnu 11 Cl1r1st1111s pl1y Dust o ilu Road by Kenneth S11vyer, IS tl1e story of Chr1st111'1s IH '1 tw1sted modern C1V1l1 1t1on 'me W11113mS Wl11lHH1 Frldmger, Donald Rolley 'md W1ll11m D1rkey compr1sed the unusuqlly sn1'111 cast Babes In Toyland By far the lqrgest producuon of tl1e SCWSOH 11 15 V1ctor Herbert s Babes 111 T03 land Staged 1t the Strfmd Thefltre Febru 1ry Z3 'ind 26 1t'n1ar11ed tl1e resump tlon, after a l'1pse of four ye'1rs ofthe product1on of an 1r1r1u11 fUL1S1CZ11pl'1Y The lovely n1e1od1es of the n1us1ca1 score, the v1v1d c111r'1cter portray'1ls, 1nd the excel lent d'1nc1ng 'Ill contrlbuted to the success of tl1e productlon Tl1e lefacls, excel lently portrflyed by lni Lee Elchner, W11111H1 Fr1d1n0er M'1ry M1rg1ret Bridy Donfmld Somerwlle Fred Hosey Or1111e Sl11ry Fred Anderson 'md john Bl'1ck well, were supported by 1 c'1st of more th1n one hundred AUd1LHCCS 11 ere de llghted by the tl1ree performances 1nd becf1use of tl1e e11t11us11st1e 1pprov'1l '1r1 other pliy of tl11s type m1y be produced next yeir T54 ' 1, 4- Q " 5 Mr. 1 .. 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ALPHA DELTA KAPPA Prcsulent john Jett Vzt Preszdent jane Williams Treasurer Ruth Lee Thompson Under the drrectlon of Mr Harold C Wlckard Alpha Delta Kappa provides an opportunlty for the future stage and screen stars of Allegany to exercrse their ablllty The club IS well known throughout the school and the clty for ltS many excellent presentatlons The first play of the past year was a grlppmg mystery play entitled 'The Black Flammgo Later although not an A D K procluctlon Babes ln Toyland was pre sented by the school largely through the efforts of members of A D K Thrs year the club lnaugurated two new customs The first was the use of the double cast as ln The Black Flamingo and the second was the practlce of havmg each 1nd1v1dual apply hls own make up Thrs proved of benefit not only to the members who galned much valuable experlence and tralnlng but also to the over worked dlrectors who formerly had been obllged to make up ach player On the whole A D K has had a very successful year and hopes for even greater attalnments ln the future rss 975' Uilllegewz ,il ..----.........'v...-.. 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Y 1 , v C 1 , . e . . , . . . 97522 eflllegeu 1 THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY Mr H C Wlckaral Director The Goose Hangs Hzgh selected by the senrors for thelr class play xx as presented at the Strand theatre on May 13 The cast of SIXICGD members was chosen by a committee of the faculty and was dlrected by Mr Harold C WlCk1fd The oose Hangs High a drama ID three acts IS the story of the lngalses a typr cally American famlly Bernard lngrls and h1s xv1fe Eumce are devoted to each other and to thelr three chxldren Hugh Lors and Bradley Their xndulgent methods of rearlng them el1c1t the hearty drsapproval of Granny Eunxce s mother The entlre play takes place durmg the Chrlstmas holldays when the fVxIDS LOIS and Bradley are home from college and Hugh IS home from New York Hugh becomes engaged to Dagmar Carroll and the whole town IS talkrng of the engagement before Hugh sees fit to 1nform h1s parents of the ex ent ln th1s and other ways the chlldren reveal tlitll' youthful selfishness Hugh and Dagmar arrange a gay weddlng 1.015 and Bradley plan recklessly for the remamlng school year Then the crash comes Bernard loses l11SjOlD and the famlly finds rtself pract1cally pennrless Wrth the loss of economlc securlty the famlly are drawn closer together and the young people awake to thelr thought lessness and therr lack of cons1derat1on for the1r parents Many good qualrtles lXlIl16I'tO unsuspected ID LOIS Bradley and Hugh reveal themselves Hugh postpones hls 1mpend1ng marr1age xvh1le Lors and Bradley fmd jobs It IS Granny though xx ho saves the day by 01VlDg Bernard her son rn laxx employment ID a flonst s establlshment In concluslon a happy future IS prophesred for the lngalses Hugh and Lors and Bradley have learned the golden rule and have accepted responslbllltles as mem bers of the famlly Us l . , j - . Q . V 2 , 4 , 4 4 e . 1 ' 1 i ' e r . . 1 . , 2 - . . .f 1 1 4 1 1 1 5 - . I . . . 1 4 2 K L C A L 2, . . . , 1 1 1 C ' - . . , . , , s 4 e e , . . . . I Y. 1 1 1 , 1 . x I . . e , 1 , . . - 1 x e 1 7 . . 2 3. 1 1 Q 1 L ' 4 . . e c . L - 1 . . A . . " 1 1 1 1 1 x A . . . . . . 3 - , r 4 , 1 ' ' ,' - Y 1 1 5 4 1 1 X . . , . 1 . c . e A . . . .3 f L THE CAST 4 if '28 f li 12.1 - A-3 -9 fd' Dun xlml Sumuvxllc Bmd Bury Bell Huron Dqmur Hnkb C mmlmu Lloyd Smllmgs lnx LL fxchncr Bun :rd lmmz Jam W1ll1am5 V lllum Fri Img., jack Wrxghr Bury Tguhmr H lrry Wxlllams JN ue! Derby 114114 Film!! Ixzmhcrley Lick ILWIS Ur Holding Max flbm Frni Anderson Ronald ll U7 AMA jean Landxs Lou Fred Hosgy Leu Day Rolamc Roll Rhoda Robert M cz Clun C775 jlllegeufl f .av J Ai, A -ff 3 1' Y , f in 7 1 , I fw- 1 A J , nf '-M' ' X, 'job ,rs-,,. Q If ! A .,v I.. 1 ' .- 'K ' 0 ga 'Q A' Q '15 V' s ' f A 'V a ' ' if 4 f 4 - I f LH x 1 A m,Am,,W ' V , ' A . . 4 ,qi W is - , I A 'gf S. A 3151- Q """v- -ig xx.. 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Wvffffsflff THE GIRLS LEAGUE Pruldrnr Bernx e Dclwlzr nge N :cc Iumltnr Bern Phllllpp Trcamnr CICI'HlCl1Il6 Vvealxley Aduvor Nlrs l-ltren e NX arfield Every glrl m school lb mcluded IU the membersh1p of the G1rls league Last year, on account of the mcreased enrollment and the wlde range of ages lt was deemed 'ldvlsable to d1v1de the gurls mto two groups Th1s pollcy of hav mg '1 Junlor and Z1 senror league has been successfully contmued rhrs year In the early p'1rt of the year, the seventh grade gxrls were formally welcomed 1HfO the league by a SCTICS of teas, held after school hours A tag dance was held 'lt Thanlcsglvlng to celebrate the vlctory of our football team over its most formldable ru al, Fort I-l1ll Courtesy was chosen as the theme for group meetmgs th1s year By means of dlscusslon, posters, and dramatlzatlons, an effort was made to permeate the school wrrh the sp1r1t of courtesy In the weeks precedmg both Thanksglvlng and Chrlstmas, the glrls were busy collectmg food and clothlng for the needy of the commumty Thls organrzed soclal servlce project resulted ID the d1str1but1on of many baskets of prov1s1ons In these ways the Glrls league has proved ltself to be a most worthwhlle organx zat1on and one that we hope w1ll cont1nue IIS good work ID the future l U81 V. Y ', ' 1 ...,.... . , . ........,....,.................. . , 'Q . N a Y Y' ' l r . ......................................,.,..., ' ' f i J . ' .......,.. . ........,....,............. .--... N I .l .1 Y V Secretary ........,... .. ..... . .........,.. ..... . ..... R urh Lee Thompson . .............. . .,........,..... ..,........ . ' N Q L . 1. 1 1 1 , 1 L v u K, ' . . , . A 2 Q . , L 1 . . x 3 'L A I J 1 t 1 C. L E V 2 li . . . 7 . . L . . . . 1 I . , . . . ALPHA KAPPA OMICRON Pu ldulr Suzanne Znhlman Vue Preszdent Judith jones Secretary Betty Valennne Ada nor Mlss Theresa Nacht Dur1ng thxs, the fourth year of Alpha Kappa Om1cron s orgamzatlon, the hrgh standard set IH former years has been malntalned The three members remalnmg from last year have been responslble to a large degree for the success of the or ganlzatlon thls year Roomler accommodatlons and more equlpment have made If possible for the membershlp to be xncreased to twelve A camera day, a picture cntzczsm day, and a pnze day have been observed whlle general meetlngs have been held throughout the year A hrgh spot ln the year s program was an open forum meetmg of local camera enthuslasts Act1v1t1es of the organlzatlon have mcluded the sponsorlng of several picture sales ID whlch snapshots of students teachers and athletlc events were cllsplayed The outcome of the photographic contests partlclpated IH encouraged the members to greater efforts The club has taken several hllces and trlps to places of photographlc xnterest and has buxlt up a pleasmg collectlon of fine photographs U9 975? eflllegewz fs' I .................. . .......,.........,....... . . . . ' I T 1' ,.-. ...-..: . . -,-----......-.............. . - s -...-- 1 U ' I T J .......,.--... ..4-....... r A .... ..4...------ 4 Q I 1 1 v ' Treasurer . . . . . . . .............. , ................. ......... H elen Neumann . . . , . . . U l T , . . , . 1 1 ! ' f775'c71J1llcgcu1 PUBLIC SPEAKING C uxehes 'xllss Nlxry I Ixlurp IV Miss Mlrelret Durst The xnnurl TxsI1er G Loxxndes Deelxmxtlon Contest md the lntersehollstle Dehlte xre txx ex extrx turrxeulxr 1et1x1t1es xt Alle vxny Pxrtlelpxtlon III these events ls Ilmlted to Junxors xnd senlors From ten contestxnts ln the prelnnmxry LIQLIFIIWXIIIOD Mlry Lxrlemb 1neIW1II111xx Frldlnger xx ere seleeted to represent Allegxny ln the finals held xt Fort H111 on Deeenxher I7 We polnt xx 1th pride to the ffxct th xt both seored wxln for Allegxny hy xx IHDIDQ the hoyb md the girls hxnner Thxs yelr, contr 1ry to the est 1hI1shed eustom, the prellnnnxry eontest xx xs st wed IH our xudltorlunx on the xfternoon of Deeenx her 10 Upper elxss students 1nd Interested pxrents xnd friends xx ere present Thls lnnox mon prox ed xery sxnsfletury, xnd we hope If mlx he eontlnued ls If '11s 1nere1sed student lnterest III QUIWIIL spexlunv New flees appexred III the lnterseholwstle Delnxte xx hleh xvxs eo xehed hy IVllbb Murphy The question for deh xte xx xs Resolx ed T x lf the sex eral stxtes should xdopr lunle xmer xl system of legls Ixtxon SKIPDOITIIIU the 1fI1rm1t1xe slde xx ere Orxllle Qh1rey Lhxrles Rleli xrds xele XIUIIQIIK fxnd xlternxte Xvllllllii lxeller The neg ltlx e te lnx xx xs eomposedexfD1x1dXX elss Xhfllll nn Rohrer, XXIIIIIHFII Fflellllffel' 1nd 1lternxte ohn ett The Better Speeeh eluh under the dxreetlon of Mlss Durst 1s IH 1ts seeond ye xr of exxstenee ind Is eontrxhutlnv to the pronn nence of puhlxe spe 1I11nU tt Allegany Memhershlp 18 open to 1II students ID the 5LI1lOI' hwh selxool md the elub IS eomposed of approxun xtely twenty fixe members 603 A 1 ,I e ,lx '. 1 Q11 . I 311- 1 xl 1 1-fx v 1- 1-1 1 I xx 1 1 1 1 11 . . 1 1 1 1 1 -- 1- - 1 1 11 1 1 11 1,- '- . 1-'1"1-1 1, 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 - 1 I x-x 1 1 ' .' - . x A I - 1 1,1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 x 1-1 ' D x 1 . 1 if 1 I I 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 ' 'v . . l Vx x-x 1- s xfx 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N 1 I n'x x x v 1 1 . I 1 x 1 ef 1 1 1. 11 yv 1 1 1 1,.,1 1 1 4 Y 1 - . 1 - . 1 1 1 1 1 .- x1 1 1 1-1 I' 1 A ' x 1. . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 11--1 ' 1 ' ' 11 1 1-1 , 111 11, 1 1 x 1 -1-X 1 1 11 I 1 1' x 1 x -1 41 X . 111 1 11 1 1 1 1 Vx 5 x'x ." H . Vx 'A 'A "1' 7 1 l 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1' ., ,. ' , . ,,., . , ' , A. ' 1 11 11 11 . 1 '- . ,, 1' 1 1 ,.,. 1'1- x1 1 x 1 " 'lf 1 1 1 v -- 1- 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 . . - 11 - .- 1 -- 1 1- 1. 1 1- .1 1 1 . 1 1 11 1 , l. -.1- - , , '-. 1. 1 1'-, 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ,, 1 1 - . . . . . 1. 1 .1 - 11-1 . 1 1 1 . 1 ,., 1 1 1 1 e , s . . .. , 1 1- - . - .-1 - 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 . . - 1 1 . 11. Q x1 11 11 v1-f -1 1 v 71X- 1 ' x 1 1 11 1 1 11, 1 I ' I 1 1 1 1 1 A x 1, 1 1 1 . , , ,,. . , ' ,-' '.1 . '. . .i i M xv.. A ix .Q Q . . A 1' 1 1 , 1 1 z., A 1- 11 1. 1 3 1 1 ' '1 1 1 1 1,1 . , 1 1 1 3 1, ' ' 1. , L. ' - X 1-1 f 1 I 1 1 1 , 11 1 1 - 1 . ALCOI-II MIRROR STAFF fi f' MISS MARY MURRAY MARY LARKINS MISS JFANNIETTE HOLZSHU -idzfmr Fdzlor Iffmurzl Adumr VIRGINIA THAYER CHARLES SHAW INA LEE EICHNER Feature Edzmr INcu5 Editor IId!IdgHI,Z Editor JOHN BLACRXVELL ESTHER ARONSON LLOYD STALLINGS BIJIIIIEII IId71d,g'6V Reporter Spfrtf Fdrtor JEAN LAINDIS JANE XVILLIAMS SARAH OLIVER Rep rlfr lxcpf ricr Rfpnrler f61 I I I , ' I x C775 Allegewz 5775? Lflllegeu 1 THE ALLEGEWI STAFF A Miss Bl RERLLX Miss PEARL EADER Adzuor Fdrtor Cr Editor Bnvzneu Manager Armtarzt Adzrxor MATHEXY5 VIRC NIA THAX ER LULA WrLsH MARY SOWERBY RLTH LET- THONTPRON PAUL MCCLOSRI-Y CHARLE5 RICHARDS ELAINE HIGGS Clan Editor A.r.f1.ftant Buxmexx Airman! Buxrneu Clan Editor Manager Manager BERNICI DELAGRANGE BETTY TRAPP1 NLLSON HAMILTON ORVILLE SHIREY Sport! Editor Arlut Artut Sport! Editor FRANCES FDNA MAE HELEN EISENBERGER SHANHOLT7 WINEBRENNER NANCY ROBB ROBERT JOHNSTON Club Editor Taprst Tjpul Club Edrlor Auutant Bunrzen Manager i621 F7 W T ?' 4 V L , V .af ' :iz rf 26 fa' . . , Q R 1 iff ,Y 5 . I i A W " 11. ' ' I Q ' 'f T ' 'I 'E ' . I. A V. 1 . . . ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS L I N WIQNNULII xx x IN x NN QI N Ixxx 11 I I H' PIL W F X LLL wx UI Il 'I L XXIN1 Y 'N L I Il F I ILII 'xl I ,.,Ill III L I IL IOXNIINPLU W L If I ILIT P IITUH ILL Hn ILM LHI NK W INT I lylf uuwyxrxtlun I 6 Illcqzzu XY' -. Im t.1II'uI' IIIQ IWW .-X111-I.l-WI, WINII to I-xl '-, '.lPPIAL'L'I1IIIUlI tu XII IK-g1rI Ii41IIur',I111' 11IIv'.w, .au I NIIQ XIQIU' Suu' 'IN g nur' Iwi r.1r :1IIx'w ', wIw Imvu gLl1III-IIUIIV pn ,wwe in I 'I UIM lmlzimw ut' IIIIN zmmml. 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Qounty C Iw1mp1onsI11p D111 IIN mon Lounty LII1lDPlOI1xIIl1W II3wxw 1933 36 Boys l315LLrIuII XX IVI I L11 L11 LIIIIWIIWILUIISIIID SIIIL LI1 IIHDIUIWNNP I'ootIw1II T11 for L X A I. LII IINPIOIINIWIP Tr uk Clty Q I1 lmplumlnp LULIWIYL Lounty Q I11mp1omI11p 1936 31 Boyz I315IxLtIv1II XX M I L11 LIL CIIIIIIFILHIKSIXIP St1tLQI11mp1onsIup FootIw1II C1tyCI11mp1onsInp T11 fori, V A L C Imxmpumslulp Truly Clty C,I11mp1onsI11p SXXIINITIIDI, Lltyf LII IIUDIOIISIIIP IDLLIIINIIION County C,I11l11p1OI1SII1P II3oyb 193138 FootIw1II Cxty CIIIIIXPIQHIWSIXID G1rIs Bubkuglmll NW 'vi I L11 LIL CIWIIIIIUILWIISIHIPD DLLIIIHIUOII County QI1 IITIPIOIISINP II3oy5 md G1rIsI SXXIIHIHIHK Cltyf QI1 HUPIONSIIID I66 1 ILLQ' ' K- Y. . U- 3. V . 1 . N . ,, , . 1 "- " 3 1 ' q ' 1"' 1 - 7, .. Hg 'IW1 ' Q'-.31 1 31 ' JI' - I - .X 1, , . 1 . 5 . 1 .... , . . x 1 1- 3 Y SI 1 ' Q A DecInmzltion-C011my' Cluumpionsluip IUirIs'I . , ,, ...K , . . " 1"' 1'- . .. 1 Q -,,1f,1 , Q 1-t' 1 ' .... 31 1 ' '- ' ' K' 1 ' .3 ' , . . 1. 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Front Rou Kreltzburg McElvuee Knowles Wnnes I Edmlston Thompson Sccoul Row Coach Bowers Athey Elbm Robmson Goggm Kleln Har baugh Wynn Munro Captain P Stltcher Meeks Boden Graham C Stltcher Back Rou Manager Yeager Hockman Evans Wlnters Sowers Scolllck Sell lurkpatrlck R Edmlnston Fnsher Yeager Muller Assistant Manager Rice SOCCER Although severely handicapped by the loss of elght regulars from last year s squad Allegany hlgh school s soccer team proved to ICS opponents that If was ca pable of playmg a good brand of ball Coach Bowers s team played much better ball than its season s record of2 wms and 7 losses lndlcates and lf would have won several more games had If not been for several bad breaks that twice spelled defeat for the Alco booters jullan Goggm lanky goal keeper was named on the W M I League all star team whlle John Robmson halfback and Max Elbm forward were glven second team berths and Eugene Munro forward was awarded honorable mentlon These boys are to be congratulated on thelr fme showmg and If IS hoped that many of the boys on next year s team wlll be able to measure up to thelr standards It IS belleved that the team w1ll return to champlonshlp form next season as slx of thls year s regulars Wlll be back rn the unlform of the Blue and Whlte The Season s Record Allegany Allegany Allegany Allegany Allegany Allegany Allegany Allegany I67 Alumnn Bruce Beall Beall Central Bruce Oldtown Oldtown . . , , . , . , . . v ' ........................ 2 ' ...................,.... 8 ' ........................ 1 ' .......................... 7 o Allegany ....................... 0 Central .....................,.. 2 97J6'Lf11l6ge'u'l ' ...,.....,.............. 5 .......,.................. 6 1 ' .................,...... 1 ....,................... 3 ' .......,................ 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O l 9757? eflllegeu 1 TI-IE SEASON S FOOTBALL RECORD ALLEGANY 32 DAVIS 14 The first game of 1 highly successful season Lew1s and Gaffney appeared to be Allegany s best bets ALLEGANY 60 ROMNEY 6 An easy VICIOYY Skldmore scored sxx touchdovs ns ALLEGANY 18 KEYSER O Allegany s flrst teal contest LCWIS made touchdown runs of 19 and 27 yards whxle Skldmore lugged the oval 30 yards for the final score ALLEGANY 20 BEDFORD 0 Lyle Stewart substltute halfback scored two touchdowns wlth Skxdmore tal lymg the thlrd Allegany outplayed Bedford throughout the contest ALLEOANY 0-HAGERSTOWN 6 Allegany s hltherto undefeated team struck a snag lh thls contest and was out played to the tune of 6 0 The game was marked by rough play Skldmore and Gaffney bemg sent to the hospltal as a result of head 1n1ur1es Spangler swltched to Skldmore s place performed notably as dld Oswald who lntercepted a lateral and ran for a touchdown whtch unfortunately was not allowed ALLEGANY Z5 I-IANDLEY 6 Sulllvan s play was outstandlng here as he blocked two Handley punts thus gxvlng Allegany two scorlng chances In the backfield Spangler and Lewls per formed credltably for the Blue and Whlte ALLEGANY 0 WAYNESBORO Z0 of defeat ALLEOANY 14-LASALLE 0 This renewal of an old rlxalry saw the Aleo grld men oxerpower a flghtlng L S I team 14 0 Alco s best bets ln thls contest were Skldmore and Gaffney back ln the llne up after a two weeks absence ALLEGANY 6 Martlnsburg 0 Allegany llterally waded through the Bulldogs as the game was played ln a sea of mud Early 1n the game Gaffney paved the way for ordano s touchdown by a beautlful 60 yard run ALLEGANY 6 FORT HILL 2 At the end of the first half Fort H111 had taken a Z 0 lead due to a safety scored when Gaffney was tackled IH hls end zone However ln the thlrd quarter Gaff ney redeemed hlmself by lnterceptlng a Fort Hlll pass and runnmg lf back 35 yards after whlch he fllpped to Kemp a fourth down pass wh1ch was good for a touch down The game vsas extremely well played and bltterly contested from start to Hnlsh Les v ' A 1 ' ' L. . X ' 1 . 1 1 y c . . X I X. V , . . 1 , . L n v ' 1 1 y ' . ' I , . . . f ' , . . , . . . , Y Y Y Y Y ' . , . L Y 1 . 1 , A . ' The Alco grid warriors put up a game fight but were unable to stem the tide N . A I l I yl :K X T I T T V x V A 1 ,' A I ' ' I ' 3 ' . . . ' . e 1 , . I I D ' ', A L T K K T L a 1 C T I 1 ' g 70, ' 1 1 . . 2 , . 1 , . J K. , I L I ' C A . . ' , . . 7 f V . Front Rou Sulltvan Maphrs Hoff Bell Osvsald Duvall Cowherd Second Row Lewls Spangler Captam Skidmore Gaffney Thani Rau Coach Ball Forster Klem K Twlgg Barnard Durst Stem Hlllock jordano Steward Mont Robmson Hosey Assistant Manager Cunningham WllklDSOD Co manager Ander son R Metz Co manager Snyder Kemp Back Row Boden Burger Alday A Twngg Krsamore Garner L Metz Kompanek Smrth FOOTBALL Faced wlth the task of rebulldmg last year s great team almost from scratch Coach Ball and h1s boys turned ln an excellent Job wlnnlng elght games and losmg two Both Coach Ball and the team are to be congratulated upon therr excellent record, made posslble only by long hours of practlce 1n perfectmg thexr plays and lmprovlng then' game The success of the team however was due not only to the cooperatlon of the coach and the team, but also to the loyal and enthuslastxc support of the students whose rnterest was an 1nsp1r1ng asset In the C V A L contests Allegany fmlshed second IH the League standmgs losrng only to Waynesboro and Hagerstown An lnterestlng feature of the season of 1937 was the renewal of grid relatlons wrth La Salle At the game wxth La Salle Allegany emerged vlctorlous after one of the toughest battles of the season The annual clash wlth Fort Hlll was played at the Fort Hill stadlum on Thanks glvlng day The game was well played and bitterly contested from start to finish wlth Allegany coming out on the long end of a 6 2 count The season closed wlth the annual banquet glven by the Alumm xn honor of the members ofthe team Coach Frank Dobson of the Unlversxty of Maryland was the guest speaker I69 975? U-Illegewx l 1' ' V v ' l ! l Y P Y ' ' : , , 1 , . 'I 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' W 1 ' 1 - o y ' ' ' ' Y Y l ' I Y ! ' Y Y ! Rudd, Brant. . . . , Y Y Y 1 l . . . . , , ' 1 . . . . H - 1 I 1 . . 1 BOYS BASKETBALL Front Ruu Tvugg qIICDl3 Sttoml Rau Assmstanr Manager Brooks Athey Gaffney Sralhngs Bell 9775 ff4llegeu1 qpangler Captann Qludm re Assrsrant Nlanager Ahraham 15.1401- tllr-3-"V 91-W-' Thml Rou Manager Wolz lxrxet hurg W Roblnson Cowherd Sullrvan Qhaner I Robnnson Nlunrt Coath Bowers Bath Rou Elbln Torlclngron Farrell jorclano Mont Kllne Boden This year s Cd1Il0D of the Allegany hlgh school basketball team whlle If was not by any means a champlonshlp qulnt played a good brand of basketball and left behlnd lt an envlable record of good sportsmanshlp and clean hard playlng Loslng three regulars from last year s champlonshlp team Coach Bowers was forced to spend the greater part of the season attemptlng to find a w1nn1ng com bmatlon As a result Allegany experlencecl a comparatlvely med1ocre season from the games won and lost standpolnt w1nn1ng eleven and los1ng twelve lndlvldual honors for the season were falrly evenly dlvlded among the mem bers of the team James Gaffney was hlgh scorer wlth 137 polnts to hls credlt while Ray Skldmore had the hlghest percentage of fouls caglng Z5 ID 33 attempts for a percentage of 64 Lawrence Shaner and jlm Gaffney shared hlgh polnt honors for a slngle game wlth 14 polnts each and B1ll Spangler boasted the hlgh est average of POIHIS per contest wlth 6 4 Allegany s playing lrnproved greatly as the season advanced and toward the end of the season lt appeared that Coach Bowers had found a wlnnlng aggregatlon Slnce four of these regulars and a number of first strmg substltutes wrll be back IH the unlform of the Blue and Wh1te next season we can reasonably expect great thlngs of next year s Alco court team U01 I .. 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' 1 1 1 1 f ' , . . 4 1 c , 1. - 1 u n n In M ,ylgfwm Fmt Rou Ell aberh Smdy Helen Wlnebrenner Ceraldme Wleakley and Ber mee Delaf range Co taprams Phyllls Rumon Pretty Phlllrppl Second Rou Betty Wotrmg jane Lanier Ruth Molxnarl jean Tyler Ann Qmlrh Ruth Lee Thompson Alnee Louxse Read Nancy Robb CManagerJ Thml Rou Betty Clower fAss1stant manap.erJ Marlon Wmtermyer Elean r lxnffner Dons jean McCoy lvarhleen Brant Helen Straw GIRLS BASKETBALL mg the W M I champlonshlp to Allegany the Aleo comblnatlon was adm1n1s tered 1tS only league defeat by Central at Lonaconlng the score bemg Z8 23 Tak mg an about face the Blue and Wh1te lassles steam rollered over all opposxtlon even declslvely defeatmg the Orange and Black ln the return game 28 I7 Slnce both Allegany and Central ended thexr seasons wlth a record of mne wms and one loss a playoff was necessary to determlne the W M I champlon Thus game was held ID the Fort I-I1ll hlgh school gymnasxum and our team agaln swamped the Lonacomng sextet by an avalanch of field goals wh1le the stellar guards RUDIOH Weakley held the Coney forwards to one field goal The final score was Z8 8 e first state game was played agalnst Oakland at Cvrantsvllle where the larg e t sc r th ear was chalked up 39 6 In the Seml nnal game the hx h flylng Blue and e sextet hut a snag at Hancock ln the form of Frederlck Hlvh s un eated e m and was el1m1nated from state play th u lf drd not reach its goal of state champlon the team complled an ord of twelve VICEOTICS agamst three setbacks Geraldine Weakley zabet ndy and Bernlce DeIaGrange were plcked for the all star team Thls e s sq ad h own a fme Splflf of sportsmanshlp and cooperatlon and Alle gan ay bej pr ud of her W M I champlons ' I 172770 l71l ,ja ala? X CTE? ffllegewz f - rl T70 . is? f ' Q . 1 Y -I .',A I , ' I A 4. ls ,I I: I It , 4 4 Y I 'Y L I 1 -- , -I , ' C 1 , 1 , 4 1 . ' ': ' ' . Y , f . ' ' ' , o I After a lapse of four years, the girls' basketball team has succeeded in return' . t t 5 . . . . r . . , . 1 i f , . . f . , , T n , . . . . . . . . , . Y . Y I , m . ' . . . , E L a , f I .a L .g , . . . . . . , H , , . . L I . 6 . . . . g L . 1 V Y . I . . Q C ' X , - . X 97517 efflfegeu 1 TRACK As long as school records 1re broken and new ones set ue feel that progress 1s made Two such new marks xy ere put on the books last year ames Gaffney moved the school javelln mark from 143 ft 3 ID to 159 fr 1 ID durlng the C V A L meet at W1nc11ester VIYCIDIT That L1lSf'1I'lCL stood '1stheC V A L record for a br1eff1ve mlnutes and then If vm IS topped by 1V1111er oflvhrtlnsburg vxho threw the spear 17611 That brought out the yery rare 1nst mee of two men on the same day breaklng a record 1111111.11 had stood SIUCL 1932 The m11e relay team composed of Robert Perdew Lau rence bhaner B111 Klne and Kenneth Smlth also chose the C V A L meet to establlsh a new A 1-1 S record of 3 40 4X5 to beat the 3 42 set up 1n 1925 by Weulfe Montmll Marshall and Hardy at the Penn Re lays but the team was forced to lccept second place to a stronv Handley h1gh team wh1ch won 1n 3 40 1X5 The 1937 season was not one of numerous VICIOTICS but new talent was d1s covered whlch WI11 be valuable IH 1938 and 1939 No polnts were scored at the UUIVCTSIYY of Maryland on May 1 but the CIEY champlonshlp was captured for the seventh consecutlve t1me by turnlng back Fort 1-1111 83 54 ID a dual meet on May 16 For the second consecut1ve year no Allegany man could score a f1rst place at W1nc1aester rn the C V A L but Gaffney Ken Smlth and the Mlle Re lay team turned IH some sensatlonal seconds The annual P A L meet at Falrgo on1une 4 ended w1th A 1-1 S aga1n 1n second place A new hlgh score of169W po1nts was made but Central hlgh of Lonaconlng topped that w1th 182 For the first t1me slnce the mauguratlon of these county meets Allegany was able to enter both senlor and Jumor h1gh events and of course a much h1gher po1nt total was attalned The state meet at 13a1t1more on 1une 11 brought rather med1ocre per formances and a rather low ratrng of the Allegany county athletes ln general 1 IS th1s wr1ter s be11ef that rn the past too many Allegany county representatlves d1d not keep the best of tra1n1ng rules and were not IH top cond1t1on for the1r events on the day of the meet The all t1me records for A 1-1 S track and f1e1c1 events follow ALL TIME RECORDS yards 1a k Wl1klDSk1I1 119711 Fred Clarke 119311 13111 ohnstwn 119331 1011 seeonds 77 yards Wllllam M111er 119351 2741 seeonds yards Lamar Mmmcks 119351 5411 se ends yards Donald Buekle 119351 7 06V mmures N111e Donald Buekle 119351 4 51 1 m1n111es M11e Relay Robert Perdexx Layyrenee Shaner Wl11l3m Rmg and kenneth Smuh 119311 W4 Medley Relay 1V1Cl'XXlIl 1-1asr Edwm 1 ale Homer Peaeo 11 13111 uhnsron 119331 3 3111 Qprmr Relay Dave lxauffman Bernard Bealkey 13111 lohnston Edgar Ces na 119371 411! 91111 P111 Cxraydon Dunlap 119361 47 ft 3 rn I9lSLLlS Lloyd 13oor 119361 101 ft 6 axern amesfaffney 119111 15911 1 1 Broad lump Fred Clarke 119311 7 fr Z 1'111,,h 1L1mp Russell Curry 119341 5 fr 6 I 1 we Xault Russell Curry 1934 11 fr 9111 111am er 119351 11 ft 1n 1721 - 1 . 1 1 1- -1 1 1 11 -1 1 1 1 , I 1 . 1 1 1 '- 1 1 5 1 1 . 11 1 , , , K 1 1 ' 1 ' - ' ' I 1 1 . . . . . . L . i L . 1. . . i N i 1 4 . . , ,, 1 . 1 1 1 . . . . I' ' ':, 1 1 I 1: ' 1 1 ' . , f ' 71 1 1 " 1 'I 112 3' 7 , L 1 , 11 ' I 1 y 's 1 L- ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 K 11 1 1 1 1 , K 1 1 R K 1 , ' ' yy L 1 1 ' 2 I A 1 x 1 1 L x - I : I 1, 'I , 1 1 1 1 1 A ' - x ' L I 1 1 I ' J A 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 L, 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ', 1 f 1 '5- 1 1 7 3 L I C D ' L I L I , . 2 A . . . I . f . 7 L . V 1 X . . . . n . . . ., , 1 3 C Q L Q 0 a . Q Q I I A xp T 7 X . v . L . 2 . l Y R7 Y Y 7 Q K L 7 T , ' T I I . I . . . , . . . Y Y 1 , 1 ' . . . 100 ' Q: c ' " 5 -' , ' , ' 1 51 , - 3. ' --O '1 5: " ' ' - 1, 5 ' ' .. 440 ' 5: ' I Q - 5 5 a ca SSO '1 .: ' -1.2 5 5 I .. 1 4 Z ' ' -- Z . I 1. ,' 1. 1 1 - ' ' " . ' ' " . , 1 , 1 . - 3:4L fg. f ' ':. " g, " 1 , 1'c', '1 1' -: '5. I v. v ,K 1 v 1 1 - -S i H . 1 . , I, , . , .. 1 - ,,. . 1 V . e L . 1 1. ,, , . q: ' - ., 1n. 11 ' 1' : 1 5 ,11 ' 7 - ., 11. 1 V : 1 --2 ., in. I 'I : I I' - ., 1 3 11. 1'11 '1 z ' 1 1- 1 . ' .3 XV'11 Mill - 7 ., 9 ' . , 1 THE TUMBLIN6 CLUB The Tumbhng club consrstmg of Jumor and senlor groups comprlses eighty four members Sxx student members ofthe senlor club assist Mrs Curry the advl sor Wlth the Junlor club work J rf' X ffuff THE MODERN DANCE CLUB The Modern Dance club has a membershlp of elghteen glrls The purpose of the club IS to study contemporary dance forms and dlscover new types of movement Us C7752 Ufllegewz T ' . . . D p , .f 1 ' , ff" . .,. M. ,.f'.7"f f,,.,,'!'f . Jfj Ll! -' f ,, 1 QF? efflfcgezz 1 BASEBALL Allegany h1gh school opened lts 1937 baseball season by playlng the Hyndman hlgh school team on the Campobella Held Though the openmg game was lost 11 to 3 lf was one of the most lnterestlng games of the year Cther games were dropped to the Alumnl md to LaSalle Vrctorles were scored over the Alumnl Hyndman Beall Paw Paw and Fort H111 The game w1th Fort H111 was an extra lnnmg free scorlng battle wlth Flrst one team ahead and then the other Excellent pltchlng by Lew Rlehl enabled Allegany to pull the game out of the fire In the mayorlty of the games the team lxned up wlth Rlchard Holcomb or Roy Hlnkle lst base Donald Bowersox Znd base Lloyd Klem s s Theodore George 3rd base Wllllam Meeks r r' Raymond Skldmore c f Lewls Rlehl l f Frank ordano catcher and Marvin Bell and Pershlng Stanley pltchers SWIMMING Une ofthe finest SXVIIHIHIHQ teams ever to be turned out by Allegany hlgh school scored a smashlng vlctory ox er Fort 1-l1ll and L1Salle to cop the c1ty swxm mlng tltle for the elghth tlme 1n eleven years The speedy well balanced squad took seven out of elght first places and establlshed three new records for future natators to 'nm at ln wlnnmg the meet Allegany rolled up a total of 38 polnts The events and outcomes were IS follows 40 yards free style Won by Ted Renfro Allegany Malloy LaSalle second Spear Fort Hull thlrd Tlme 22 3 5 seconds 40 yards back stroke Won by Fred Hosey Allegany Rohman LaS1lle second Sm1th FortH1ll thlrd Trme ZS seconds lNew record Dlvlng Won by B111 Rohman ofLaSal1e Taylor Allegany second Lynch Fort H111 thrrd 160 yards free style relay Won by Allegany team of B111 Oswald Russell Copeland jack Decker and Ted Renfro Tlme 1 mlnute 31 4 5 seconds fbtevr recordj Plunge for dxstance Won by jack Sharrett of Allegany Dlstance 56 feet 11' Inches 40 yards breaststroke Won by B111 Brady of Allegany Tlme 29 2 5 seconds QNew event 100 yards free style Won by B111 Oswald of Allegany Tnme 1 mlnute 8 2 5 seeonds 160 yards medley relay Warn by Allegany term ofB1ll Csvn ald lvlarsh 111 Wllll8mS Bob Remhard 1nd Fred Hosey Tlme 1 minute 43 3 5 seconds 1New reeord 174 11 -' e . . . 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I84l ROSENBAUM CUMBERLAND For 90 years the best place to shop STERLING ELECTRIC CO 100 N CENITRE ST EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL YOUR PATRONAGI ALXX AYS LXPPRECI XTI D HOOD COLLEGE Hnxm I STAHR AM DD LLD Prcszduzt Aecredlted College for Won1Ln A B md BS m Home Econonucs Telcluer trfunmg Twelxe Wlodern well equlpped bu1ld1ngs 125 acres lvn C lfllflgllt All In REGISTRAR HOOD COLLFGF FRI m RICK D lss 777 Ilfagezu n u n p 4 l 1 w . f ' Q l . , . ., . ., . . . l ' . I . W , ' 1 yi 1 I , ' 4 ' . ., 1 . . , 1 - . . ' I V -1 . . . ' . N , .,.. 11 I K .MX I V 1 f 0-,A f 'ff . T . - - 4 I . . -, 1 '. , . 4775 Alllekg CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1938 CIRCLE INN ALWAYS A COMPLIMLNTS GOOD SHOXV STRAND The Grace M Flsher THEATRES The Maryland we OF nf . the Rmidegzt Manager The EmbaSSV ' 1 ' OSTUMI RS MILLINLRS FURRIERS Cfllllfllllllt nfs 0 Habeeb s Flower Shop CUMBERLAND MD C5 C MURPHY CO Cumberland s Leadzng jc to 31 00 Store Meet 1nd Greet Your Frlends at MURPHY S ASK FOR Lear and Ollver ICE CREAM I 5 Better Mojud Chan Phanc SILK STOCKINGS Hosmrx color fashxons by the same stylxsr who clrcsses Hollywoo l s smartest stars Evcclluzzely at 11 Baltlmorg Strut COMPLIMENTS C M LUCAS UNDERNY OOD ELLIOTT FISHER CO 76 Pershmg Street Phone 2715 THE Commerclal Savmgs BANK of Cumberland Md WL Wfrlconzc Small Deposlfs Nfunlxr of FL lcral Dcposxt Insurancn Corporation 777 lllcgeuz s aw . . . val r I C Q 'YY , ' f Q ' Q Y 'ff H ALLAN'S OF ' ' W1 77? lllageu 1 Carl McIntyre 01 Bcffcr MEATS AND GROCERIES CUMBERLAND PHONE 3490 3481 3890 BOWLING GREEN PHONE 1343 I 436 Cumberland Street CUMBERLAND MD C011zpI1111e11fs 0 Georges Confectlonery HOML MADE CANDY un ICE CREAM Corner Bedford and Decatur Street R R HENLEY Prop Peter Pan Cleaners F01 Scrwcc 536 N Centre Street Phone 19 C0111 1111111 111s 0 The Wilson l-ldwe Co 30 N Mtchnmc Street Goldsmlth Athletlc Equlpment Smeurt Equlpment For Smart P 1y F urn1ture Co 9 North Centre St Cumberland Cloak and Sult Store 48 S8 Baltlmore Street GRADUATION DRESSES AND FORMALS COMPLIMENTS Al Co H1 Luncheonette GRADUATING CLASS OF 1938 rss I I ' ' A f eb, 1, A U u - -1 f I . . . A S 1. ' K 'S -' L. BERNSTEIN . f 2 d 4 . . , . OF to ,g. .T 9-Q K ROBERT RAXVSTI-IORNE CIONIIUXNY Engruvcrs Iyittwhlrgh, I"11 BERLIN I'I,'P1LISHING CUNIP.-NNY Printers IM-rllrm, III! IiYIlRM.-XX Phmugr11pI1cr CumbcrI.mII. NIJ 5. I.. LLRL PI1wtwgr.1pIf1er of Acuwzm c:LlfHI'VCl'I.lIhI, XIII EYERMAN STU Ulb 7-Portraits of Tistifzcliofz 5 South Mechanic Street Phone--2692 The Graduate of 1938 As well as those buying for the Graduate will find every necessary item in its clcvercst interpretation CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Ar GRADUATING CLASS OF 1938 Schwarzenbach SL Son 0 A MANS STQRE The S. T. Little Jewelry CO. jewelers since 1851 Established 1869 vu 57710 ylflegewi Di' -, -llfvgcuv .-.A .su Jn .J DAIRY PRODUCTS CO., INC. Ii. A. DASHILLL, Mumzgrr PASTIIURIZIZD MILK, CRIQAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS DARI-RICH CHOCOLATE DRINK BIRIfLIiY'S ORANGEADI' "DIiPIfNDABLI2 MILK FROM A DIiPIiNDABLIi DAIRY" Phones 311-312 Cumberland, Maryland KOONTZ MARKET Full Line of Green Goods--AI eats--Groceries Phone 3275 S17 N. Centre Street The Buchanan Lumber Co. LUMBLR AND MILL NVORK PAINT AND HARDXVARE PIIOIICS 1270-1271 hlflfb mm' Dance Mt. View Inn ADjACIiNT A. H. S. 190 Western Maryland's Leading Dairy Extends Its Congmtuleztions To The Class of 1938 QUEEN CITY DAIRY, Inc. Cumberland, Md. PHOTO FINISHING PHONE 1165-M VIEW POST CARDS and ENLARGING LOCAL-SCENIC S. LOUIS CURL 309 Pulaski Street CUMBERLAND, IVIARYLAND Football and Basketball fflfffflllj Photographs in this Yearbook were taken by CURL QUALITY WORKMANSI-IIP AT LOWEST PRICES KODAKS, FILMS. SUPPLIES Buy ai Our ESSO Sign WAGNER'S usso SERVICENTER lVlcCrory's 5 81 10c Store "The Place Where Business Is Ajnpreciafedv Mechanic and Market Streets CUMBERLAND, MD. TEL- 2938 Hill's Toy Store Under Cover Car Washing and Lubrication Souvenirs and Party Favors 45 N. Centre Street i391 fY7Je gflllegezvi 4


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