Allegany High School - Alleganac Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)
- Class of 1939
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A student's scrapbook--a book
that belongs to you because you
helped to make it. The pictures oi
your fellow-students, the souvenirs,
the scribblings will recall your
school days at Allegany. Guard
your Scrapbook well, lest the
memories ot these treasured
moments be lost.
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TO MISS EADER
who through her faithful assistance to Allegany
students has helped them to gain a greater appre-
ciation ot our English heritage
who by her capability and initiative has earned
the admiration and respect of all
who by her dynamic and energetic personality
has won a place ot her own in the hearts of each
and every Alleganian, We, the class ot 1939, with
sincere admiration dedicate this "ALLEGEWl".
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tic Clilocmcll of education
Dr. Charles L. Kopp, Superintendent of Schools,
Secretary of the Board
Mr. William A. Gunter, President
Mr. W. Russell Brewer, Vice-president
Mr. Horace P. Whitworth, Associate
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I trust that as you scan the pages of your 1939
ALLEGEWI, now and in future years, many happy
incidents will be recalled, the sparks of old friend-
ships rekindled, and your years at Allegany pass in
review as being among the most pleasant ones in
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right are: Pearl A. Eader, English: Ieanette A. Holzshu, En lish' - si -1
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Virginia W. Dixon, English: Mrs. Sarabelle Blackwell Steele,
English: Mrs. Anna B. Higgins, English: Rose Schmutz, mathe-
matics: Mary I. Murphy, librarian: Blanche Snyder, librarian'
Margaret E. Witherup, English. Standing left to right are:
MarY I. Sowerby, English: Eleanor R. Welsh, mathematics'
Helena Palmer, art: Margaret R. Durst, English: Gilbert Glimel
mathematics: E. William Noland, mathematics: H. Georgannd
Kraus, secretary: I. Leo Delaney, mathematics: Foy A. Curry,
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In the center picture, seated from left to right are: Theresa B.
Nicht, science: lane A. Hesse, physical education: Helen E. Mc-
Cvvl-E Yr-.17 an A Ferran, home economics: Marie A. Richmond, home economics:
Dorothy Campbell, home economics: Mrs. Kate Grimm Curry,
physical education: Mrs. Ellen T. McKenzie, science: Eleanor
Ut the B. Henderson, science. Standing left to right are: Harold C.
Wickard, science: Ralph R. Webster, principal: I. Hubert Rad-
cliffe, science: Iohn A. McCullough, industrial arts: Eugene l.
Hopkins, physical education: Adrian Pollock, industrial arts:
Walter L. Bowers, physical education: Roy E. Knight, industrial
arts: Albert K. Loper, industrial arts. William S. Leyhe, indus-
trial arts: was absent when the picture was taken.
In the lower picture seated at this end of the table is Levvyn
C. Davis, assistant principal. To the extreme left is Olive P.
Simpson, social science. Reading around the table left to
right are: lack E. Platt, music: Dora Richards, social science:
Nell Hawkins, social science: Ianet Anderson, social science:
Mrs. Florence G. Warfield, vice principal: Mary L. Rice, social
science: Hilda K. Willison, typing: M. Dorothy Willison, music. I Q MQW
Standing left to right are: R. Herman Ball, social science: Marie f if VZ 'ffy 1
Lapin, commercial: Irene Lapp, commercial: Mrs. Vivian , V
Wright Kline, commercial: Ivan D. Neidermyer, language: kay V
Mary E. Murray, social science: Anna Nicht, social science. ' by
Anna M. T. Webster, language: was absent. 1. ff r 7, if
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FERMAN G. PUGH
On November 29, 1938, Ferman G. Pugh, our friend and
leader, passed away. As president of the Board of Education
for twenty years, his name became as well known in educa-
tional circles as it was in civic and religious. Many lives have
been touched by his generosity, and his spirit will continue to
live in the fruits of his magnanimity.
We are proud to have been thought worthy to share in his
beneficences. Through his sponsorship of annual interscho-
lastic debate many hundreds of high school students have re-
ceived invaluable training in logical and analytical thinking.
We are better for his having lived.
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As approaching spring sobers us by the thought of our coming graduation,
let's look back over those four glorious, eventful years. ?'o"""'J' W
1935-36 We, the infants of Our Allegany . . . proud to be called such . . .
determined to make the most of our great adventure . . . ever-popular class-
mate, lames Sullivan, chosen president . . . one of our first friends, Mr. Leo
Delaney, our adviser . . . though we sponsored no social event, we thrilled to
the Girls' League Dance.
1936-37 Full fledged underclass-men now . . . confident of our prowess . . .
animated and aggressive . . . as class president, William Spangler supervised
our endeavors . . . much needed leadership supplied by Miss Theresa Nicht,
adviser . . . some called us supercilious . . . we knew we were just striving to
qualify . . .successfull
1937-38 In the midst of things now . . . lames Sullivan at our helm again
. . . Miss Margaret Witherup, adviser . . . standardized a new class ring . . .
future Alleganians will be proud to wear it . . . just when spring fever was
catching up with us, came the Iunior-Senior Prom . . . resolved: to carry on as
seniors, Allegany's traditions.
1938-39 The secret ambition of our high school days has been realized-
we're seniors . . . William Oswald, our president . . . Mr. William Noland and
Mr. Lewyn Davis, social advisers . . . Miss Mary Sowerby, "AllegeWi" adviser
. . . Mr. Harold Wickard, dramatic adviser . . . William Rohrer won permanent
possession of the Tasker D. Loundes declamation banner . . . senior dramatists
presented "Strangers at Home" . . . busy with class night, senior assembly,
sermon, prom . . . commencement!
These four years have passed too swiftly. Four years crowded full of
"Allegany"-that speaks for itself.
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Boys' League: Alco It e 'rr.or-
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RUTH ROSETTA ABRAHAM BOYS' Le ue: I '- on
Rae Cheerleader: Football lee b:
Hi-Y: Swimming Club
Girls' League: Declarnation.
C KATHLEEN ELIZABETH BARNAHD
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D I R ALLAN' TR French Club.
A. D. K.: B s' L , Barney
Club: Mixed Chorus, Girls' League: Hi-Y: A. D. K.:
BETTY IO BARTON
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' RLETON R. BECKMAN
Boys' League' Band' Glee Club:
Mixed Chorus Octet Orchestra, Li-
brarian All Maryland High School
jl,,'Orchestra: Alco Swing Band.
CHARLES THOMAS BECKWITI-I
ROBERT BLAKE BILLMYER
Boys' League: Alcohi Mirror.
MARY ELLEN BISCHOFF
Girls' League, Treasurer: Hi-Y:
A. D. K.: A. K. O.: Treasurer: Alle-
gewi, Snapshot Editor: Choral Club,
Vice President: Track.
IOHN ROY BLACKWELL
Boys' League: A. D. K., Presi-
KATHERINE ALSIP jo JO , , ,
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Kay Girls Legg'-19' SGCYQUITYI Cho 1 ger, Business Staff: Archery: Band:
Club: A. D. K.: r imminq Club.
Girls' League: Dance Club. '
THOMAS BA " A EVELYN BocH
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Boys' League: Band: Basketball,
Assistant Manager, Manager: Or-
chestra: Fire Marshal.
Girls' League: Choral Club,
IAMES ALOYSIUS BROWN
Boys' League: Football: Hi-Y,
Student Congrms: Alcohi Mirror.
WILLE . EW
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3?7 Zisegeilvi: Archery, Presi-
DSX fi oglljd 1, reggae Club.
Girls' League, Vice President: A.
D. K., Vice President: Allegewi,
Choral Club, Secretary: Hi-Y,
Mixed Chorus, Secretary-Treasurer,
Track: Treasurer of Senior Class.
DOROTHY MAXINE CHENOWITH
Girls' League: A. D. K.: Basket-
ball, Assistant Manager, Manager:
Choral Club: Hi-Y: Track.
VERA IOSEPHINE COMPTON
Girls' League: A. D. K.: A. K. O..
Treasurer, President: Allegewi, Club
Editor: Dance Club: French Club,
Vice President, President: Hi-Y:
Swimming Club: Tumbling Club.
MARY LOUISE CONROY
Girls' League: French Club:
Boys' League: Baseball: Basket-
MARY E. CRITCHFIELD
Girls' League: Band: Choral
Club: Mixed Chorus: Musettes: Or-
chestra: All-Maryland High School
Boys' League: Baseball: Football:
Boys' League: Football: Glee
Club: Mixed Chorus: Fire Marshal.
ANNA ELIZABETH DICK
Girls' League: Student Congress:
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Boys' League: Football.
Girls' League: A. D. K.
VIRGINIA LEE DREYER
Choral Club: Girls' League: Hi-
Y: Mixed Chorus: Musettes.
R. SHIRLEY DRISCOLL
Girls' League: A. D. Kx le-
gewi, Assistant Class Edit ,
al Club, Libraria Hi- : .
Chorus, Librarian: ' tt ' T
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oys' I gue: . K. O.: Swim-
mi C bg Fire Marshal.
M MMA ELBIN
G ls' League: Alcohi Mirror:
ULA REBECCA EVANS '
Girls' League: Basketball: Alcohi
IEANNE ELIZABETH FISHER
Girls' League: Choral Club:
French Club: Hi-Y.
CHARLES EDWARD F O O
Little Bill Demon
Boys' League: Band: Glee Club:
Iunior Glee Club: Orchestra: Soccer.
Boys' League: French Club.
MARY ELIZABETH GREENYA
Girls' League: Choral Club: Hi-
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Girls' League: Hi-Y: Alcohi Mir-
Boys' League: Allegewi: Base-
ball: Hi-Y: Soccer: Swimming
Club: Track: Fire Marshal.
RUSSELL CHARLES HARPER
Boys' League: Glee Club: Mixed
Chorus: Octet: Track.
DAYTON G. HAROLD
Boys' League: Hi-Y: Fire Marshal.
Girls' League: Alcohi Mirror: Al-
legewi, Assistant Editor: Choral
Club, Treasurer: French Club, Sec-
retary-Treasurer: Glee Club, Accom-
panist: Hi-Y, Chaplain, President:
Iunior Glee Club, Accompanist:
Mixed Chorus: Accompanist: Mu-
settes: Octet, Accompanist: Orches-
HENRY HERRON '
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WILLIAM RAYMOND HEWITT
Band, President: Boys' League:
Glee Club: Orchestra, Vice Presi-
Boys' League: A. K. O.: Soccer:
Girls' League: Choral Club:
French Club: Hi-Y, Treasurer:
Mixed Chorus: Orchestra.
Boys' League: A. D. K.: Alcohi
Mirror: Declarnation: Student Con-
Boys' League: Football: Hi-Y:
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Girls' League: Allegewi, Assis-
tant Club Editor: Choral Club, Sec-
retary, President: French Club: Hi-
Y, Vice President: Mixed Chorus,
President: Musettes: Octet: Orches-
tra, Librarian: Vice President of
EVA LUCRETIA IANKEY
Girls' League: Dance Club: A. D.
K.: A. K. O., Vice President, Secre-
tary: Tumbling Club.
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Boys' League: Baseball: Basket-
ball: Football: Hi-Y, Chaplain:
Student Congress: Fire Marshal.
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anagin,qLfEditor: Alljgewi, Sports
Eritgr: Band: Boys'lL gue: Decla-
mation: Debate: Hi-Y: Fire Marshal.
PAUL HORACE KEMP
Boys' League: Football: Hi-Y.
Secretary: Student Congress: Track.
LE NOR AN K FFNER
Girls' gue: A. D. K.: Basket-
vball: e Club: Student Congress:
Boys Football: Fire
D0 Tr ieldball: Tumbling Club.
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ball: Football: Orchestra: Track.
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KAY IRVEN KLINE
Boys' League: Band: Hi-Y.
IACK WARREN KONZAL
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Boys' League: A. D. K.: A. K. O.:
Band: Declamation: Glee Club:
Mixed Chorus: Orchestra: Swim-
ming Club: Track: Speech Club:
CHARLES WILLIAM KREITZBURG
Boys' League: Baseball: Basket-
ball: Hi-Y: Soccer: Swimming Club:
Tennis: Fire Marshal.
ZORKA C. KRNAYA
Boys' League: Archery.
LOIS SLOAN LEE
Girls' League: Swimming Club:
DORIS VIVIAN LEHMAN
GENEVA C. LEWIS
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IOHN E. MATTINGLY French Club: Glee Club.
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QPHYLLIS ELIZABETH MELLINGER W MI R
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Treasurer: Track: Fire Marshal.
irls' e: Choral Club: Dec-
BETTY LEE MILLER
Girls' League: A. D. K.: Choral
Club: Dance Club: Musettes: Track:
, IOHN M. MILLER
Boys' League: Double Quartet:
f Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: Octet:
Soccer: Track: Fire Marshal.
lamation: rench Club, Board of
Directors: Hi-Y, Secretary.
MARY PAULINE MINNICKS
Girls' League: Alcohi Mirror:
Girls' League: A. D. K.: Basket-
ball: Dance Club: Fieldball: Swim-
ming Club: Track: Tumbling Club.
HELEN MAE MOSSER
Girls' League: Mixed Chorus:
Boys' League: Track. 1'
Boys' League: Basketball: Hi-Y:
Soccer: Vice President of Iunior
ROBERT WESLEY MUMAMS I
AGNES CECILIA MURPHY
Girls' League: Choral Club:
WANDA ELIZABETH MCCLUNG
Girls' League: Speech Club.
Boys' League: Soccer.
MARY LEE NICKLE
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VIA Alpent in
Fire l: Frenc Club: Foot-
ball: Ba 111: Basketball: Student
Congress: oys' League.
CHARLES WILLIAM ROHRER
A. K. O., Secretary: Allegewi,
ditor-in-Chief: Boys' League:
cheerleader: Declamation: Debate:
French Club: Glee Club: Mixed
YLLIS LOUISE RUNION
Girls' League: Basketball: Hi-Y:
ack' ieldball: Secretary of Fresh-
s: Treasurer of Sophomore
AY SCHELL, IR.
QJIAR A SHIPE
DAVID SCOLLICK, IR.
Boys' League: Baseball: Soccer:
Track: Fire Marshal.
DOROTHY LEE OFTEN
HARRIET IANETTA O'NEAL
Dance Club: Girls' League: Girls'
Swimming Club: Tumbling Club.
WILLIAM HUNTER OSWALD, IR.
Boys' League: Cheerleader: Foot-
ball: Glee Club: I-Ii-Y, Vice Presi-
dent, Chaplain: Student Congress,
Vice President: Boys' Swimming
Club: Track: President of Senior
Class: Fire Marshal.
BETTY AGNES PHILLIPPI
Girls' League, Vice President,
President: Hi-Y: Choral Club: Dec-
lamation: Fieldball: A. D. K.: Alcohi
Mirror, Girls' Sports Editor: Alle-
gewi, Girls' Sports Editor: Basket-
A. D. K., Secretary: Girls' League:
BETTIE IEANNE PORTER
CAROLINE A. RADCLIFFE
A, D. K.: A. K. O.: Girls' League.
Alcohi Mirror: Choral Club: Girls'
ALICE LOUISE READ
A. D. K.: A. K. O.: Allegewi,
Class Editor: Basketball: Choral
Club, Historian: French Club, Vice
President, Board of Directors: Girls'
League: Hi-Y: Track: Secretary of
ROBERT A. REINHARD
Boys' League: Hi-Y: Boys' Swim-
ming Club: Fire Marshal.
Boys' League: Football: Soccer,
Manager: Track: Fire Marshal.
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WIN I SCOTT
D. K.: Allegewi, Assistant
Busi s Manager: Boys' League:
French Club: i-Y.
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Archery: ' League: ack:
ANNA MARIE SHAFFER
Girls' League: Basketball.
IOHN LAWRENCE SHANER
Alcohi Mirror: Basketball: Boys'
League: Football: Hi-Y: Track: Vice
President ot Senior Class.
Boys' League: Baseball.
Alcohi Mirror: Boys' League:
Glee Club: Mixed Chorus.
Allegewi, Artist: Basketball:
Dance Club: Girls' League: Track:
DOROTHY ELIZABETH SMITH
Band: Boys' League: Orchestra:
WILLIAM E. SMITH
Boys' League: Baseball: Football:
Glee Club: Mixed Chorus.
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CHARLES WILLIAM SPANGLER
Fire Marshal: Boys' League:
Baseball: Basketball: Football: Hi-
Y: President of Sophomore Class.
BETTY MARIE SPARKS
Girls' League: A. D. K.: A. K. O.:
Alcohi Mirror: Choral Club.
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Boys' League: Basketball: Track.
Boys' League: Soccer.
Boys' League: Soccer: Track:
Secretary of Iunior Class.
RUTH MARIE STURTZ
IAMES E. SULLIVAN
Boys' League: Basketball: Foot-
ball: Hi-Y: Track: President of
Freshman Class: President ot Iunior
Class: Fire Marshal.
MAUDE FRANCES SUTHERLAND
Girls' League: Hi-Y: A. D. K.:
NADIN E TAYLOR
Girls' League: Alcohi Mirror:
Girls' League: Track: A. D. K.
Boys' League: Swimming Club:
Girls' League: Hi-Y: A. D. K.:
Alcohi Mirror, Editor-in-Chief.
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Girls' League: Cheerleader:
Track: Alcohi Mirror.
ANNA VIRGINIA THOMPSON
Girls' League: A. D. K.: Choral
Club: Alcohi Mirror.
ARTHUR ERNEST THOMPSON
Boys' League: Soccer.
EDITH MAE THOMPSON
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w1L'1li'XM'i TORKINGTON - live'
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A. D' ic.-ri.. K. ofrrreheq , vice
Presidetlit, Milriager: Basketball:
Boys' League: Swimming Club:
BETTIE IANE TRIPLETT
Girls' League: Choral Club:
Boys' League: A.D. K.: Allegewi,
Business Manager: French Club,
President: Hi-Y, President.
RUTH ELEANOR TURNLEY
Girls' League: Alcohi Mirror:
Dance Club: Hi-Y: Tumbling Club.
ANNIE ALICE WEATHERHOLT
Girls' League: Double Quartet:
Choral Club: Mixed Chorus: Octet:
Allegewi: Alcohi Mirror: Hi-Y.
IO ANN WEBER
Girls' League: Choral Club:
Boys' League: A. K. O., Co-
President, Vice President: Alcohi
Mirror: French Club: Student Con-
gress: Debate: Declamation: Tennis:
SAMUEL IACK WELLER
Boys' League: Football: Hi-Y.
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LDEICQ tax oun teachanli i we got the chance..
MARIAN ELL R
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Alc hr 'ror: ' ed Chorus: Mu-
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G ls' League: A. D. K.: Alcohi
MARY IANE WILGAR
Boys' League: Football: Hi-Y:
Student Congress: Track: Treasurer
of Freshman Class.
ALICE B. WILLIAMS
Girls' League: Dance Club: A. D.
K.: Track: Tumbling Club.
MAUD LEE WILSON
Girls' League: A. D. K.: Choral
Club: Cheerleader: Dance Club:
French Club: Hi-Y: Musettes: Tum-
PHYLLIS ELIZABETH WINDEMUTH
Boys' League: Glee Club: Hi-Y:
Alcohi Mirror: Mixed Chorus: Soc-
Boys' League: Alcohi Mirror,
Managing Editor: Fire Marshal.
VIRGINIA LEE WOLF ORD
Girls' League: Track: Swimming
Boys' League: Swimming Club:
ARIETTA VIRGINIA WYAND
Girls' League: Hi-Y: A. D. K.
ELIZABETH LOUISE YEAGER
Girls' League: Track: Allegewi.
SUZANNE C. ZIHLMAN
Girls' League: Hi-Y: A. D. K.: A.
K. O., Co-President: Cheerleader.
I tugged at my Mama's skirts. I said I had the measles,
I vowed that I wouldn't stay. Then a piercing pain in my side.
I scowled at the teacher in charge. When these schemes failed to work
I cried at school that first day. I just sat down and cried.
When I left that school I'd hated
To go to the junior high,
It's funny-now I was leaving-
Again, I Wanted to cry.
'tongottcn Ao boon
There Were teachers I learned to
And teachers I loved to tease,
Teachers I tried to exasperate,
And teachers I tried to please.
It Wasn't long 'till I found
I was grudgingly fond of the place.
The kids all liked me because
I could make the funniest face.
Six more years of learning,
Six glorious years of fun-
There were games and plays
CAnd home-Work to be donel.
...goun Acnaplnooh worft Qet gon 'tonget
Suddenly the dream was ended,
And I vvakened with a start.
Of course it was Work at times-
Those last ten minutes to cram,
Burning the mid-night oil
Before the final exam.
Commencement day was upon me-
lVIy friends and I must part.
CThe friendships I had formed here High school days were over,
I'd treasure in memory's store. Desperately I longed to stay,
With a tear in my heart I'd remember- With a rising lump in my throat,
Wishing there had been morel. I cried at school that last day.
-A '39 Senior
X xy- GV
Adams Vries Kelley Schultz, M.
Albright Diehl Kight Schultz, L.
Alexander Doman Korn Scott
Amick Eady Krnaya Sears
Andrews Feltz Lanier Secrist
Aronson Ferguson Law Sherman
Atkinson Fleegle Lewis Simmons
Bagley Farinash Lippold Skelly
Beier Freno Logsdon Smith, B. I.
Bell Gable Long Smith, B.
Bistline Gerson McCoy Smith, M.
Blair Goldberg McDonald Snyder
Brant Golden McIntyre Stanley
Browne Goldsworthy Meyers Sterne
Buckle Grant Moon Straw
Bucy Grenawalt Mountain Stump
Burkett Grove N icklin Teubner
Byer Gunter Nies Thrush
Campbell Gurson Nixon Turnley
Clerihue Hadley Oliver Twigg
Collins, D. Henry Ort Tyler
Collins, I. Hershberger, B. Ours Williams
Combs Hershberger, M. Paetow Wilson K
Cooper, I. Himmler Parron Wolfe, B.
Copeland, D, Hopwood Powell Wolfe, G.
IUNIQR CLASS OFFICERS Copbtjand, V. Imler Price Wolfe, G. F
Q - Cr tree Iohnson Roberts Watring
Left to right are Mr. lack Platt, adviser: jones Robertson, D, Wright
Thomas Mont, president: Galen Metzger, I C u O! Karr ROIUGFTSOII- H- Yeflqef
treasurer: Arthur-Lancaster, secretarygxindilf, 4 Oiitgitton 522215 fgglilgir ggsbower
Iames Gaffney, vice presldent. ' xx Danner Keller Schoenadel Zimmerman
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- Baker on "-J Lancaster Sharrock
Barkins E Lewis, Earl Slaven
Barncord F irall Lewis, E. Sloan
Bartlett X E Fgato , 5 Litzenburg Smith
Beckman Gaitney Loar Spear
Beightol George Long Taylor
Bell Graim Macfarlane Theis
Bernstein rove, I. McLucos Thomas
Boden Grove, W. Means Tritt
Bowers Gulbronson Metzger Vandegrift
Brant , Hamilton Mont Watherwax
Brown Hartsock Morgan Webster
Burkett X Heltzel Mosser White
Carlton Hersh Myers, L. Williams
Cochran ' - Hershberger Myers, B. Wills
Cromwell Hickle Potts Wilson
Del Signore Hobrock Price Winebrenner
DeSoto Ice Richards Wood
Dilfer Kendall Rosenmerkel Youngblood
Dodge Kirkpatrick, I. Schwab Zembower
Duncanson Kirkpatrick, Iohn See Zimmerla
Durst Knowlton Sell Zimmerman
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Anthony Emerick Kolb See
Ash, D. Everstine Lauterbach Shapiro
Ash, H. Eyre Lee Sharrock
Ash, M. Fleegle Liller, B. Sherman
Barton Fossett Liller, L. Simmons
Basilio Frost Lowery, I. Skelly
Beal Giatras Lowery, C. Smith
Beckman Goodrich Markwood Snyder, B.
Bennett Gormer Mathews Snyder, H.
Blume Gross McFarland, A. Spencer
Bobo Harden McFarland, S. Stallings
Bogler Harper McKenzie Strong
Bowersox Helman Millar Sullivan
Bowser Hershberger Miller Taylor
Boyer Hilleary Murray Teter
Brant Hillegass Naugle Thompson, F .
Brechbiel Himmler Nelson Thompson, M.
Broadwater Hosier Nevy Twigg
Brown, D. Houck Noel Wagner, D.
Brown, E. Hull Norris Wagner, I..
Burke Imler O3Neal Webb
Compton Iohnson Payne Weller
Corle lones, E. Peacock West
Cox Iones, M. Perdew Whipp
Coyle ludy Portmess White 3
Damm Kennell Powers Williams l
Davey Kibler Rainalter Williamson
Dawson Killander Read Wills SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Dick Kllfolf R?n0t0S Wif1tefmY9f Seated: Iames Wilson, secretary: and
gilifjsf Eglnggon Quartz? lmfgfht Thomas Rudd, president. Standing: Vernon
Dreyer Klmgler Rotruck Zimmerman Miller, vice president: and William Chand-
Drumm Klosterman Schell lee, treasurer.
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Anderson Felton Kompanek Seiler
Anthony Files Landis Seri
Armstrong Fisher Lashley Sherman -
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Boggs Hardman Mathews Stiner dick'
Bowman Hartung McCarty Studenic If A 'MQ
Brady Hershberger McKechnie Sutherlan ,W 4
Brotemarkle Higgs Mellotte Taylor ' ' 1 b
Burger Hill Miner Thom W 1'-"""'5"""'
Carder Hillock Moody Tiley '
Carlson, D. Himmelright Morrissey Todd '5 . NK., .f,
Carlson, T. Hinkle Murphy Traynor -
Carter Hixenbaugh Nose Turner
Castle Hoblitzell Oglebay Twigg
Chandlee Hollis Ogilvie Wallace
Childress Horn, H. Orndortf Watkins
Clark Horn, R. Parker Wheeler
Clayton Hounshell Platt Wilson .
Combs Huff Porter Windemuth
Conner Hutter Powell Winebrenner
Cresap lames Price Winters, I.
Crowe laurnot Rice Winters, W.
Dantzic lenkins Robertson Wright
Daum Kalbaugh Bobinette Yeager
Dawson Kallmyer Rudd Yoder, N.
Demarest Karns Ruhl Yoder, W.
Dermer Kisamore Schell
Athey, M. Deremer
Athey, V. Dick
Burkett Goetz, H.
Canfield Goetz, P.
Combs, A. Guynn
Combs, W. Hacker
Dayton Hess, F.
Dean Hess, I.
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Boch Cooper, H.
Bowman Crabtree, M.
Bowser Crabtree, W.
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Hobrock MacCoy Renochlein
Hockman McCray Roby Thomas
Hott McCullough Rose Thompson
Horn, H. McDaniels Rosenbaum Tressler
Horn, I. Mclntyre Ruppert Troutman
Hutt McKenzie Scaletta Turner
Hull McLean Schell Twigg, G.
lohnston Messmer Schoenadel Twigg, R.
lohnson Miller Schwab Walters
lones Moody Shrout Wetzel
Kelley Mothersole Simmons Whitman, E.
Kenney Muma Sizer Whitman, I.
Kington Myers Skidmore Whitman, R.
Klinger Naughton Smith, C. Winebrenner
Konzal O'Braden Smith, I. Winner
Lancaster Osbourne Smith, M. Wolfe
Lapp Ott Smith, O, Wright, F.
Lashorn Pealer Smith, W. Wright, K.
Leasure Piquette Snyder Wright, O.
Lechliter Potter Somerville Yost
Loeber Powers Sparks Youngblood
Loyer Price Strett
Martin Rechley Stroup
Mathews Reed Sullivan, F.
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Dauson Hite Moody Runion
Dawson Holmes Moore Ruppert
Diehl Holt Morehead Seymour
Diller Humbertson Mosser, M. Simmons
Drew Iudy Mosser, R. Slaven
Everett Kellar Myers, A. Smith, B.
Faulkner Kelley Myers, B. Smith, K.
Ferguson Kenney Nee Smith, M.
Firle Klavuhn Nickle Snow
Forster Knoche Nine Snyder
Fossett Kolb O' Baker Stahlman
Fradiska Leonard Ogilvie Stanley
Frankfort Leydig Page Stein
Frantz Light Peskin Stuby
Froelich Love Phillips Taylor
Gardner Low Pitzer Troxell
Getson MacMannis Poland Viquesney
Goetz Marple, H. Poole Waingold
Goff Marple, M. Powell 'Webster
Golden Martin Ratter Wells
Green Matthews Reighard White
Grimes Mathews Reinhard Wilkinson
Grimm Mclntosh Reinke Williams
Habig McMillan Rinker Wilson
Hansil Mickles Robinette Wineland
Heimlich Miller, E. Robertson, F. Wolfe
Helm Miller, Emily Robertson, I. Wyand
Herboldsheimer Mills Robertson, M. Young
Hill Milwcry Robinson Zembower, H
Himmler Mitchel Rubright Zembower, L.
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Bucy Hartsock, M. Love
Burkett Hartsock, D. - Robinette, C.
Carithers Harvey Marks Robinette, R.
Carpenter Hast Martin Shinholt Walker
Chapman Helker McCarty, R. dingy Shober Wallace
Conrad Hendrickson McCarty, V. Ruehl Smith, L. Waltman
Cook Henry McCrea Sagle Smith, M. Watherwax
Cory Herath Mclntosh b Stein Weaver
Crabtree Hillebrecht Messman Schrarnm Stouffer Webb
Crowe Hirsh Middleton Screen Sutton Williams, lane
Dailey Ice Millenson Swanson Davis, D. Ienkins, D. Miller, B. See, L. Taylor, M. Williams, R
Davis, I. Ienkins, B. Miller, M. E. See, O. Taylor, N. Wilson
Diedrich Iohnson, B. Moore, Doris Shanholtz Thayer Wise
Erling Iohnson, E. Moore, D. Shanholtzer - Zirnerld
Evans Iones, G. Moore, lean Shapiro Viguesney
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Adams Cooper Goldsworthy Kellough Parker Snyder, M.
Allan Cowden Gorman Kolb Poorbaugh Sowers
Andrews Coyle Gormer Laing Potts Speelman
Annan Cunningham Grahame Lakin Powell Stallings
Apesey Daum Griffith Largent Printy Stein
Bagent DeHart Grash Ratter Stump
Bagley Demarest Hacker Lewis Rahrig Sturtz
Baker, I. DeVore Hadley Linaburg Raupach Sullivan
Baker, B. Dickerhoot, H. Hager Lindsay Reed SWC1IlZWelClGf
Bane Dickerhoot, L. Hamilton Long Reynolds Sykes
Bartlett Doman Hammersmith, C. Loper Robinette, I. SyCkeS
Basilio Doolittle Hammersmith, E. Robinette, L. Teier .
Beal Douglas Happe Maravelis Robinette, V. Thayer
Boch Dowlan Harrison Martin Robinson Tl'1eiS
Boden Driver Henry Mathews Rotruck, A. ThO1'1'1PSO1'l
Boggs Eaton, P. Herboldsheimer McFarland Rotruck, H. TYOXGU
Brackey, H. Eaton, B. Hill Metty Ruehl Twiqq
Brackey, P. Edmunds Hoffman Miller Scott Vmldeqfift
Brooks Everline Howsare Morgan Shaner Watkins
Browne Fast Hughes Mull Sloan Wilk
Byran Fossett Iackson Naill Smith, G. Wilkinson
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Buchanan I-'reno lenkrns Niland Smith, I. Wilson
Burkett 1 Karns Norwood Smith, W. Windemuth
Clayton Karr Oswald Snyder, D. Wolford
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Brown, M. I-'errone
Brown, M. A. Files
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Hansel Lasky Oglebay, D. Shryock
Harden Leatherman Oglebay, M. Simpson
Hardman Leidinger Oglebay, V. Smith, G.
Haselberger Lewis Oswald Smith, M.
Helker Lilya Ott Sowers
Herboldsheimer Logue Ours , Spooler
Hershberger Loyer Parish Stonebraker
Hess, I. Lucas Pennington Stotler
Hess, I. Marks Pitcher Swauger
Hilleary Maravelis Poorbaugh Thorn
Hillock Mawhinney Powers Torbet
House May Quantz Valentine
Hoy McDuffie Reid Vogel
Humbertson McKee Reynard Walbert
Hutcheson Mellotte Riehl Ward
Isaacs Messman Roberts Williams, F.
lzzat Miller Saville Williams, M.
Iankey Mont Schramm Williams, S.
Iohnson Moon Schry Wills
Iones, C. Mortzfeldt Shaffer Wilson
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Kifer Nickel Shober, B. young, B.
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Gibbs Lewis O,Neal Stewart
Giles Lippold Painter, E. Stitcher
Goff Long, L. Painter, H. Stottlemyer
Green Long, R. Poole Streett
Gross Lowery Portmess Swauger
Grove, H. Lucas Price, D. Taylor
Grove, L. Macfarlane Price, I. Thompson, V.
Grubb Mackert Pritt Thompson, W.
Hart Manning Pueschel Toothman
Himmelwright Marple Rank Trenton
Himmler Martin Rice Troxell
Hines May Richards Tyler
Hinze McCormick Robinette Valentine, C.
Hoban McDowell Rotruck Valentine, D.
Hoffman Mclntyre Schaeffer Wadsworth
Hull Middleton Shaffer Walker
Hunter Miller, I. Shober Wallizer
Ice Miller, R. Simmons Walters
Ienkins Milway Smelser Weiss
Iewell Morehead Smith, Charles Welsh, Iames
Iohnson Morgan, T. Smith, C. Welsh, I.
Iones Morgan, V. Smith, M. White
Kane Morrissey Smith, R. Whitehead
Kellough Mosser Smith, T. Wiley
Klosterman Mothersole Spangler Wilson
Koelker Murphy Stalnaker Wineland
Krampf Naughton Stein Wolfe
Lambert Neff Steinla Wyand
Lease Nickelson Sterne Yeager
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In the compiling and editing the 1939 "AllegeWi,"
the staff has found that Without the aid of many
others, the publication of this book would have
been impossible. We, therefore, take this oppor-
tunity to thank specifically the following persons:
Miss Mary Sowerby and Mrs. Sarabelle Blackwell
Steele for their invaluable and tireless effort: Mr.
William Leyhe and Mr. Leo Delaney for their spon-
sorship of the business activities: Eleanor Thayer
who has given so freely of her time and talent:
William Holt for his excellent Work in the adver-
tising campaign: Mr. Ralph Webster and the facul-
ty for their splendid cooperation in all branches of
We wish also to thank the Robert Bawsthorne En-
graving Company Which has been so obliging in
service and so careful in Work, and in particular
Mr. C. F. Sprankle for his personal supervision in
mounting of pictures, Mr. L. N. Wilson of the Berlin
Press who has made frequent trips to Allegany
for consultation concerning printing details: Mr.
Goldfine of the Goldfine Studios for his excellent
cooperation and advice in photographic Work: Mr.
Louis Curl, who spent many evenings taking action
pictures, and the advertisers for their patronage
ln general, We are indebted to the following stu-
dents: Maude Lee Wilsonp Leonard Schwab: and
For any omissions, if there be any, the staff asks
The editor wishes also to take this opportunity to
thank the staff for its continued cooperative effort.
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Standing from left to right are: Mr. Noland, adviser: William
Harrison: Roland Hamilton: Ioseph Gulbronson: Kay Kline:
lack Weller: Thomas Mont: lohn Harbaugh: lack Alday: Wil-
liam Burger: Galen Metzger: William Keller. Seated from left
to right are: Eugene Munro: William Hoff: Ioseph Wilkinson:
lames Sullivan: Lewis Metz, treasurer: Robert Stein, vice presi-
dent: Maxwell Trostle, president: Paul Kemp, secretary: Law-
rence Shaner: lames Scott: Iames Brown. Seated in front of
the table from left to right are: Edward Athey: Oliver Wine-
brenner: William Oswald: George Barnard: Charles Kreitzburg:
William Spangler: Donald lordano: and Robert Reinhard. ' M' ' I
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Wise. To his left is William Harrison and to his right is lack
A W Enjoying a Coca-Cola after school are Anne Hausrnan and
lean Milne to the left, leanne Fisher on the inside to the right,
Mifj and Eleanor Thayer.
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Nevy. Standing behind her is Maude Lee Wilson. Seated
around the table, we see Iosephine Compton: Nancy Holland:
Martha Keffer: Dorothy Thrush: Dorothy Williams: Phyllis Run-
ion: Bettie Clower: Suzanne Zihlman: Betty Phillippi: Peggie of
Bischoff: Alice Louise Read: Agatha Roberts: lean Myers,
Chaplain: lean Teubner: Elizabeth Pierce: Eleanor Thayer:
Mary Iackson, vice president: Arietta Wyand: and lean Milne,
secretary. Standing, from left to right are: Ieanne Bowersox:
Mary Rainalter: Ruth Turnley: Marion Wintermyer: Anne
Weatherholt: Peggy Mathews: Virginia Dreyer: Betty Barnes:
Bettie lane Triplett: lean Tyler: Anna Bessie Everstine: Miss
Margaret Witherup, co-adviser: Mary Macfarlane: Shirley
Driscoll: lane Chandlee: Betty Greenya: and Miss Helen
McFerran, adviser. Seated at the head of the table is Ann
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From left to right are: lane Chandlee, vice president: Betty Io
Barton, secretary: Mrs. Warfield, adviser: Peggie Bischoff,
treasurer: and Betty Phillippi, president.
Saralee Gross eats a candy bar while she and Marie Nixon
examine a scrap book. lean Bowersox checks up on an as-
signment, and Betty Brown struggles with a locker combina-
A. D. K. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Seated around the table from left to right are: Mr. Harold
Wickard, adviser: lane Chandlee, vice president: William Bur-
ger, treasurer: Meredith Kelley: Peggy Secrist: Betty Phillippi:
Elizabeth Pierce, secretary: and Iohn Blackwell, president.
Standing in back is Iames Scott.
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Seated at the left we see Betty Io Barton. Kneeling in front of
her are Carol Goldberg and William Torkington. Andrew
Kompanek is using a paint sprayer, and holding the board for
him is Richard Allen. Wielding the broom is Daniel Wood.
In the back from left to right are Iohn Macfarlane, lack Konzal,
Idabelle Zais, Iune Ort, Genevieve Wolfe, Leonard Schwab,
Betty Barnes, Thomas Duncanson, and lean Taylor. Shirley
Driscoll is painting the fireplace. To her right, we see Alice
Louise Read, Bettie Clower, Suzanne Zihlman, Maud Lee Wil-
son, Mr. Wickard, and Iohn Knowlton. Seated is Ianet Oliver
"making up" Gloria Gable.
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Seated around the table from right front to left are: Nancy Hol-
land: Marjorie Smith: Marie Nixon: Maud Lee Wilson: Louise
Conroy: Peggie Bischoff: lean Milne: Bruce Mcl-lardyi Agatha
Roberts: Martha Keffer: William Myers: leanne Fisher: Mary
Iackson: Dorothy Compton: Iosephine Compton, president:
Mrs. Florence Warfield, adviser. Seated at the far left is Kath-
leen Barnard, and standing behind her is William Bohrer.
Standing in the back are Alice Louise Read, vice president:
David Weiss: and lames Scott. Seated on the piano are Alice
Keller, and Ann Hausman, secretary-treasurer. Standing by
the piano is Mr. Ivan Neidermyer, adviser.
Nancy Holland, James Scott, and Kathleen Barnard, members
of Les F rancophiles, were snapped walking down the hall.
i Martha Keffer, Peggy Secrist, and Ianet Oliver are "telling the
world" about the Speech Club.
Reading from right front to left and around the table are: Dor-
othy Thrush: Martha Keffer, secretary: Dorothy Williams, presi-
dent: Rita Korn: Virginia Read: Iune Ort: Georgianna Diehl:
lack Konzal: Carol Goldberg: Mary Rainalter: Leonard
Schwab: Catherine Zernbower: Daniel Wood: Ruth Whipp:
Lorraine Brechbiel: Marion Wintermyer: Miss Margaret Durst,
adviser. To the left of Miss Durst is Wanda McClung. Stand-
ing in the back from left to right are: lean Bovversox: Miriam
Douglas: Mary Louise Dawson: Melville Sharrock: and Flor-
ence Nevy. Seated on the piano are Ianet Oliver and Evelyn
Williams. Standing behind the piano is lean Myers.
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Seated at the table from left to right are: Ann Hausman, assist-
ant editor: Iohn Harbaugh, photographer: Shirley Driscoll, as-
sistant class editor: Betty Phillippi, sports editor: William Roh-
rer, editor: Maxwell Trostle, business manager: Iune Miller,
business staff: Ann Weatherholt, typist: Betty Yeager, typist.
Standing from left to right are: Peggie Bischoff, photographer:
Mrs. Steele, co-adviser: Elizabeth Sindy, artist: lane Chandlee,
artist: Mary Iackson, assistant club editor: William Burger,
artist: Alice Louise Read, class editor: Iosephine Compton, club
editor: Iames Scott, business staff: William Keller, sports editor:
Myles Snyder, artist: David Weiss, business staff: Miss Mary
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Mr. Leo Delaney, his assistant.
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Turnley, news editor: and Miss Ieannette Holzshu, adviser.
Standing at the table are Betty Phillippi, girls' sports editor: and
Lawrence Shaner, sports reporter. Sitting on the table is Betty
Barnes, news reporter. Then on around the table are Arthur
Lancaster, sports editor: William Holt, business manager:
Martha Arnold, reporter: Margaret Thom, reporter: Edward
Shuck, sports reporter: Miss Mary Murray, adviser: Ann
Weatherholt, business staff assistant. Seated at the typewriter
to the right is Ann Thompson, circulation manager: at the type-
writer to the left is Marion Weller. Seated in front of Miss
Murray is Leonard Schwab, advertising manager. Seated at
the far end of the table is Edward Athey, reporter. The girl
seated in the front is Mary Bistline, class editor, and with her
back to us is Betty Sparks, reporter.
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MODERN DANCE CLUB
First row: Mary Coyle, Harriet O'Neal, Virginia Browne, Maude
ley, Patti Iayne Rickey, lean Viquesney.
Lee Wilson. Second row: Iune Goff, Leona Perdew, Ruth Turn-
Seated: Doris Peacock, Virginia Robinette, Katharine Smith
Madeline Greene, Margaret Grimm, Mary Hannah Kolb, Caro
line Binker, Georgia Waingold, Margie Kennell, Virginia Brant,
Harriet O'Neal. Standing: lane Binker, Lois Lee, Ruth Fradiska
Virginia Wolford, Mildred Abbott, Rita Bock, Helen Kelley,
Kathleen Brant, Betty Brown, Io Ann Weber, Phyllis Peskin.
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K f ' brenner. Seated, left to right are: Erma Mclntosh, Io Ann Moore,
'A Maxine Shapiro, Faith Webb, lean Moore. On the right is
Patti Iayne Rickey supporting Peggy Mathews. Kneeling: Vir-
ginia Brant, Catharine House, Patricia Nelson, Lorraine Sowers,
Betty Grable, and Wilma Damm. Standing: Beatrice Broad-
water, Kathleen Shober, Alma Lee Phillips. Left to right in
pyramid formation We see Eileen Shapiro, Betty Shober, Betty
Stonebraker, Devota Shober, and Rosemary Ferrone.
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Days of indecision over the choice of a class play A.., final choice, "Strangers
At Home"... suspense of try-outs .... Hausman and Blackwell chosen as leadsi.,
weeks of rehearsal .,,, Mr. Wickard directs ..,"talk to the clock!" ..,, excited dress
rehearsal . ."Barney's" dire predictions ,..t at last-the big night, May 5, Strand
Theater .. tense moments waiting for the curtain to go up ,..t hearing the lines...
amazed that these experienced players really are our own classmates ..., the
curtain falls... applause ,... flowers t,., scurrying away afterward ,.,. and our big
dramatic event and "Barney's" hundredth show is over.
Mrs. Crosby ..t...,
Russ Crosby .,
Mr. Crosby ....
Aunt Phoebe .
Kay Crosby ,
Tom Gibbs . ,..,A .
Mr. Fowler ....t.,,.t..
Helen Scott . ..
Ethel Yates .. .
Mrs. Newton ,
loe Stafford .. .
Stage Manager ........
...Alice Louise Bead
,Betty Io Barton
,. Betty Phillippi
. Iohn Blackwell
. George Barnard
,. David Weiss
, Betty Barnes
,. .,.. 1 . Mary Elizabeth Critchfield
.. lack Konzal
H. .,.,,.,...... , James Scott
Bookholder ...,..... .... , , ...., ,.,, , .. H .... Betty Miller
Properties ..........,.... ,. Maude Lee Wilson, Nancy Holland
Technician .,.,. ,,,,.., ........,,.,..,..,,..........,,.,,,... M a xwell Trostle
Wardrobe Mistress ..,,... .. ..... , ,,.....,, Shirley Driscoll
Press Representatives .. .,........ William Keller, Cecil Kline
Chosen because it was such a directly appealing play, this year's production
ranks as one of the most enjoyable ever presented. A story of a family' that
lives behind the "Tourists Accommodatedu sign, this brightly amusing play
presents a typical American family-the Crosbys-whose life is greatly com-
plicated when Mrs. Crosby decides to take in tourists. The play was quite
effective because it was neither overdrawn tragedy nor farce comedy, but a
natural blending of pathos and humor which went straight to the hearts of all.
Row one: William Holt: Harold C. Wickard, director: Alice Louise Read. Row two: Eleanor
B tt I Barton Ann Hausman Iohn Blackwell Row three' George Barnard, Alice Wil-
Thayer, e y o , , . .
liams William Oswald, Betty Phillippi. Row four: William Rohrer, Elizabeth Pierce, Charles Beck-
with, 'Elizabeth Barnes. Row five: David Weiss, Mary Elizabeth Critchiield, lack Konzal.
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BOYS' GLEE CLUB
In the front row we see William Rohrer, president: Marcellus
Barncord: Verne Higgs: Iohn Rose: Cecil Kline: William Hewitt:
Richard Allen, secretary-treasurer: Brandon Fuller: Marshal
Sowers. In the second row are: Homer Wise: Edward Shuck,
vice president: Theodore Ferrato: Paul Buchannan: George
Barnard: Robert Stein: lack Guynn: Charles Glover: Iohn Miller.
In the third row are: William Rosenmerkel: Robert Mosser:
Dearl Huff: Ellsworth Henry: lack Mattingly: lack Konzal: Stan-
ley Golden: Harry Swartzwelder: Howard Reighard: William
Dahl: and Wayne Miller. In the fourth row are: Henry Herron:
Phillip Dodge: Thomas Duncanson: David Sloan: Galen Metz-
ger: lohn Kirkpatrick: Iulian Goggin: Kenneth Grose: Robert
Tritt: Victor Athey: Franklin McElwee. Mary Turnley is the
accompanist and Mr. lack Platt, director.
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ln row one are Marion Weller, Ann Hausman, and Alice Kel-
ler. In row two we see Gloria Gable, Mary Iackson, and Mary
Turnley. In row three are Ann Weatherholt, Peggy Secrist,
Betty Wolfe, Shirley Driscoll, and Peggie Bischoff.
In the front row are: Shirley Driscoll: Mary Iackson, president:
Ann Hausman, treasurer: Mary Elizabeth Critchfield: Gloria
Gable: Mary Turnley: Ann Weatherholt: Marion Weller: Betty
Wolfe, accompanist: and Rebecca Sterne. In the second row
are: Miss Dorothy Willison, director: Io Ann Weber: Betty
Brown: Virginia Dreyer: Agnes Murphy: lean Milne: Peggie
Bischoff, vice president: Alice Louise Read: and Betty Greenya.
Third row: Florine Twigg: Ianet Oliver: Ruth Alexander:
Martha Keffer: Alice Keller: Dorothy Williams: Nancy Holland:
Maud Lee Wilson: and Betty Io Barton. In the back row are:
Barbara lane Smith: Louise Kight: Peggy Secrist: Genevieve
Wolfe: lean Imler: Virginia Read: and Virginia Blair.
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Front row: Phyllis Holmes, Mildred Heimlich, Claire Cooper,
Anne Troxell, Dixie Rafter, Virginia Oglevie, Hazel Cooper,
Lois Zembower, Betty Stein. Second row: Miss Dorothy Willi-
son, director: Mary Williams: Elsie Bowman: Margaret Reid:
-Ella Louise Richards, accompanist: Betty Lee Hillock: Virginia
Robinson: Virginia Robinette: Georgia Waingold: Devota
Shober: Mary Ann Pitcher: lean lmler. Third row: Sara Betty
Lasky, Earlene Hardman, Saralee Stotler, Wanda Lee Nelson,
lean Hess, Charlotte Hardman, lo Anna Moore, Lorraine
Nickel, Sally Williams, Betty Bucy, Louise Ogilvie. Fourth row:
Nancy Taylor, secretary: Camilla Athey: Phyllis Daugherty:
Annette Fossett: Doris Brant, president: Clara Lee Moore:
Gretchen Williams: Mary lane Brubaker: Greta Dilfer: Beatrice
Ashworth, treasurer: Margaret lane Dashiell: and Margery
At the piano is Ann Hausman. To Ann's left and on the inner
circle we see Gloria Gable and Mary Turnley. ln the outer
circle from left to right are: Marion Weller, Mary lackson, Wil-
liam Rosenmerkel, Mary Elizabeth Critchfield, Ann Weather-
holt, Marshall Sovvers, and lohn Miller. Miss Dorothy Willison
is the director.
Front row, left to right: Marion Weller: Martha Keffer: Dorothy
Williams: Alice Keller: Gloria Gable: Betty Nicklin: Geraldine
Wofe: Josephine Blume: Ruth Harden. Row two, left to right:
Marshall Sovvers: William Dahl: Edward Shuck: Melville Shar-
rock: William Rosenmerkel: Iulian Goggin: Charles Floto:
Wayne Miller: lack Konzal: William Rohrer: lohn Miller. Third
row: Ann Hausman: Ann Weatherholt: Mary Turnley: Patti
layne Rickey: Genevieve Wolfe: Miss Dorothy Willison, direc-
tor: Mary Elizabeth Critchfield: Mary lackson, president: Shir-
ley Dirscoll, librarian: Rebecca Sterne: and Mildred Abbott.
Not in the picture are William Oswald, vice president: and
lane Chandlee, secretary-treasurer.
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W ' U Elizabeth Critchfield, bass viol: lohn Kirkpatrick, trumpet: H010-
' 1' p, ert Rice, trombone: Ralph Happe, alto horn: Robert Young-
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A1 B?hi:CLw"'e clarinet: Iack Sharrett, trumpet: Henry Klein, violin: Wanda
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violin Robert Troxell, bell lyre.
Row two: Charlotte Exley, cello: Dorothy Doolittle, violin: Betty Lou Hil-
lock violin: Helen Kreiling, violin: lean Hess, violin: William Wolfe, drurn.
Row three: Harry Swartzwelder, clarinet: Bruce Douglas, clarinet: David
Taylor, clarinet: Wilbert Theis, clarinet: Paul May, clarinet.
Row four: Clarence Doolittle, comet: Addison Marple, comet: Earnest
Pueschel, comet: Mullen Smith, Cornet: Robert Cunningham, bass viol.
Row five: Clement Boyer, saxophone: Florence Williams, trumpet: Clarence
Valentine, cornet: Raymond Piquette, baritone.
Row six: Edith Webb, trumpet: Margaret Marple, Cornet: Clarence Vande-
gritt, trumpet: Vincent Thompson, trumpet. Standing behind the piano is
Mr. lack Platt. Craig Thompson who l '
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COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL
The Spring Music Festiv
- 1 Auditorium, was the first
county-Wide music festival ever held in Allegany County. All numbers were
played or sung by combined groups of selected pupils from Allegany, Fort
Hill, Central, Bruce, Beall, and Mount Savage High Schools. The program
was planned by the high school music teachers of Allegany County, with
Miss Willison as their chairman. The only complete rehearsal of each group
was held the day of the festival, but previous preparation in each school re-
sulted in a delightful concert. It provided an opportunity for the students to
produce something fine and Worthwhile by their combined efforts, and at the
same time, it showed to our patrons the high quality of Work done in our high
schools. The band, under the direction of Victor Baumann, opened the con-
cert by playing three numbers Next o th
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ducted by Dorothy Willison Then in d
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the A Cappella Chorus directed b Do h
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by Mary Drum, Boys' Glee Club b lack Pl
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and Miss Louise Nickel also assisted with the music.
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Litzenburg, Wilkinson, W. Hoff, Robinson, Oswald, Klein, I. Sullivan, Stein, Spangler, Gaffney, Kemp, Mont, and Manager Cunningham.
Third row: Substitute Coach Maphis, Dietrich, Alday, Barnard, Long, Brown, Hetzel, F. Sullivan, Metz, Burger, Weller, Dahl, Brant, Ham-
ilton, and Coach Herman Ball. Back row: Hill, Boggs, Mawhinney, Carder, Chandlee, Hillock, Boden, Youngblood, Kompanek, Gulbron-
son, Turner, I. Snyder, M. Snyder, Twigg, and Hite. Iordano and Kisamore were absent when this picture was taken.
Herman Ball's third season as football coach produced one of
the school's finest teams ,Hcopped eight games out of ten ..,A won
, two championships.. in Cumberland Valley Athletic League
X play, Campers established an enviable record .... won all four of
l gy ' X ir contests ., their goal line was uncrossed in league compe-
,IXK s W ., Iames Gaffney won C. V. A. L. scoring championship
IWW h 48 points .. Allegany also won the city championshipr.,
'Q defeated LaSalle 52-6 and Fort Hill 14-0 .,., Gaffney gained the
1 city scoring title with 109 points in ten contests ..,. Captain Iames
ullivan, William Spangler, William Oswald, Fred Klein, Paul
K Avi Kemp, and Iames Gaffney placed on city all-star team ...posi-
,JQQ LVD! tions on the All-C. V. A. L. team were won by Sulliv n, Spang-
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Thomas Mont, George Barnard, Leo Kisamore, William Spang-
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FOOTBALL STARTING LINEUP
Reading from left to right are: lames Sullivan, right end: Wil-
liam Robinson, right tackle: William Hoff, right guard: Fred
Klein, center: Robert Stein, left guard: William Oswald, left
tackle: William Spanger, left end: Ioseph Wilkinson, right half-
back: Paul Kemp, left halfback: Donald lordano, quarterback:
and Iames Gaffney, fullback.
C. V. A. L. TROPHY
The C. V. A. L. trophy, a challenge trophy, was won by Alle-
gany as the result of a very successful season. If Allegany
produces a championship team for the next two seasons, the
trophy becomes a permanent possession of the school.
Coach Herman Ball is snapped on the steps of Allegany.
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"'The upper picture on the next page shows lim Gaffney C315
stopped on Fort Hill's one yard line in the annual football clas-
sic between Fort Hill and Allegany. Stein fl3D and Wilkinson
215 can be seen in the foreground.
1 A1legany's cheerleaders spur the team on as they pursue a
X sustained march in the Fort Hill-Allegany clash. Left to right,
n the cheerleaders are Iames Clower, Margaret Thom, William
J Bohrer, Meredith Kelley, and Suzanne Zihlman. Theodore Fer-
rato was absent when this picture was taken. Alco's goat mas-
cot and its master are at the extreme right.
lim Gaffney is brought down on an attempted line plunge in
the Martinsburg game. Oswald 1203, Sullivan C30l, Mont f32D,
Hoff C24l. and Robinson C355 are all seen in the picture. Some
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Basketball at Allegany this year was good , .team tively .... Gaffney made 127 points .,.. Bell, 1191 ."Ed"
won 19 of 23 contests, . four losses sustained at hands Athey, the fifth regular, scored 86 points to take fifth
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team finished second in both W. M. I. League and 9, MMM? as against their opponents 638 in 23 contests.
City title play . ."Bill" Spangler, senior and captain, 57 W If Spangler and Athey wered rinamlidf on thlet 11311-Stag
was leading scorer with 174 points in 21 games A, W- M- l. first team selecte y e erees o y an
Laurence Shaner, senior forward, was next in line gf? Fearer. Shaner and Gaffney Were placed on the
with 165 markers in 22 contests, "Iim' Gaffney and second team, While Louis Bell received honorable
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BOYS' BASKETBALL SQUAD LONG SHOT
In the upper left hand picture the players are: Front BoW-Ed- A Orlebgnded bgok Srror bY Sbgrrgrer during third Periofiu of
Ward Athey, William Robinson, William Spangler, Laurence rrrsr Aueggr1Y'LgSgue ggrrref brings the P1gYerS lb-to Posrbon
Shaner, Iames Gaffney, Eugene Munro, and Charles Krietz- shown. Gaffney KBD and Shaner are under the basket ready to
burg. Second Row-Coach Bowers, Paul Steinla, Louis Bell, grgb rbe rebound for Second rrY rr bgu does not gg through
Fred Klein, Donald Iordano, Iames Sullivan, Thomas Mont, r100P- Ngrgrl 141' Cbgpmgrlf grrd BOY1ef Wgrr ro Put the bgrr into
Louis Metz, and Co-Manager Harold Brooks. Back Rovv-Co- PrgY rrorrr our or bounds-
VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD
l. Robinson C95 of Allegany waiting to get rebound in case the long shot to
La Salle basket misses. Boyle C75 of La Salle is waiting to follow up.
2. Snider of Fort Hill seems to have a slight advantage over Louis Bell ot Alle-
gany as the two jump ball in the contest on the Blue and White's home floor.
Laurence Shaner C165 and Edward Athey C325 are ready to retrieve the ball.
3. Shaner C165 of Allegany gained tip over Smith of Fort Hill in the third quarter
of the Fort Hill return game. Spangler of Allegany is guarding Orndorff Cl45,
and Bell C185 of Allegany is guarding Snider C65.
4. Shaner of Allegany shoots the first of two foul shots in the Fort Hill-Allegany
return game. The players of both teams take advantage of these few seconds
to catch their breath. Eight of the ten players can be seen.
5. "Bill" Spangler gets a foul shot in the last minute ot the Fort Hill game. Rob- '
inson C285 and Kreitzburg C125 of Allegany are tense as they await the rebound.
In the front row are: Arthur Thompson, Iohn Edmiston, Carl Stitcher, Edward
Athey, Glen Hockman, and Paul Stitcher. In the second row are: Franklin
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c wee, Wayne Sowers, Iulian Goqgin, William Sell, Iames Kirkpatrick, Wil-
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Allegany's track team made a fine showing in 1938 placing first in
City, County, and Western Maryland meets .,.. fourth in University of
Maryland meet .. team's success due in no small extent to excellent
work of three boys: lames Gaffney, Lawrence Shaner, and Captain
Robert Perdew ..,, at College Park in University of Maryland meet,
Shaner copped broad jump with leap of 20 feet 5 inches ...tied for high
scorer award... Gaffney placed third in javelin throw .... Perdew third in
880 ..,. Shaner, Gaffney scored only points made by Allegany in
C. V. A. L. meet held at Fort Hill ,,,. Gaffney took first in javelin throw tt..
Shaner second in 440 yard run ...Coach Foy Curry's boys amassed
72.3 points in City meet to take first place ..., Gaffney led team in scor-
ing with 17 points compiled on firsts in 100 and 220 yard dashes .. first
in javelin ..,, third in discus throw ,,.. also a member of Alco's winning
sprint relay team.. .Perdew, Blue and White distance man, placed first
in mile and half runs... in winning javelin throw Gaffney broke City
and school records with toss of 166 ft. 8 in. ..., in Western Maryland
meet Allegany placed first with 41 points .. Perdew led team to victory
with eight points ...Allegany captured Annual County meet with 219
points for first time since 1931 ..,. Gaffney awarded Alumni award for
most points scored during season... second sophomore to Win award,
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record of 4 Wins and 8 losses .Campobello nine handed Hyndman
and Beall single defeats trounced La Salle twice .. single losses sus-
tained at hands of Hyndman, Mercersburg Reserves, Paw Paw and
Beall . double setbacks administered by Keyser and Fort Hill ...season
opened April 28 with B-4 loss to Hyndman .. closed May 30 at Com-
munity Park when double-header was played against Fort Hill .. in
first contest Fort Hill swamped Alco 8-2 ...second game finally won by
Fort Hill 5-4 after masterful pitching by lohn Shroyer had kept them in
a hole throughout the battle .. lineup for majority of contests was:
pitchers, Marvin Bell, William Spangler, and William Robinson:
catchers, Robert Durst, Fred Klein, and lack Lewis: first base, Franklin
See: second base, Charles Krietzburg: shortstop, Frank Williams: third
base, Iohn Shroyer: left field, William Meeks: centerfield, Milton Coch-
rane: and right field, lack Cowherd.
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September 8-flj "Greetings gates!" ..,. 1595 students enter the halls of
learning to begin Allegany's fifty-first year.
September 17-Football heroes bow to Westmont .... Score 13-7.
September 23-Seniors battle their way through first class meeting.
September 26-Aspiring journalists chosen to edit the "Allegewi" .... Miss
September Z9-Miss McFerran and Miss Witherup undertake the job of
keeping an eye on the Girls' Hi-Y.
October 1-Were we happy! .... Allegany 20-Keyser 6.
October 7-QZJ Bam! Sock! Zowie! Soccerites play Beall at North End
October 8-We tearfully return from Morgantown ..,, They won, 6-0.
October 13-Allegany girls suddenly develop a love of symphony .... Could
it be the blond
violinist with Kryl's Orchestra?
October 15-It's our turn to crow .... Allegany 26-Hagerstown 0.
and 21-Allegany thespians get all tied up in "Apron String
October 22-f3j Hail the conquering heroes .... home from Winchester with
a score of 6-0.
October 23-Q45 Weather station erected.
-Q55 Would-be musicians leave for Baltimore to play in the
Orchestra at the State Teachers' Meeting. Wilton Syckes
"saws" his way to fame in the solo contest.
October 28-Rain drenched spectators watch Allegany defeat Boswell.
16D-Allegany jitterbugs swing out at the first Pep Dance.
November 3-Q71 Off to Lexington! Alcohi Mirror delegates head for the
"Sunny South" and the Press Conference-All-Southern honors are won.
November 4-Q81 La Salle bites the dust.
November 12-f9j The football team proves that the Martinsburg "Bull-
dogs' " bark was worse than their bite.
November 23-UO! Loyal rooters stand knee-deep in mud around the
November 25-fllj We 'itripped the light fantastic" at the Girls' League
November 29 f12j Cheer leaders pep up the crowd at the Fort Hill game
as our football team slides its way to victory on an ice covered field.
December 8-"Peggie" Secrist and William Rohrer win preliminary Tasker
G. Lowndes declamation contest.
December 16-fl3j Basketeers inaugurate the season by defeating
December 16-CMJ Peggie Secrist and William Rohrer bring much-sought
victory to Allegany by winning in the finals of the Tasker G. Lowndes decla-
December 20-Double Quintet carols for the Rotary Club at their annual
December Z1-1151 Time rolls back as A. D. K. presents its llth annual
Christmas show, "The First Christmas."
December 21-Heigh ho! Heigh ho! We're off for the Christmas vacation.
December 29-U61 Alumni lose their dignity and join students at the
annual Christmas dance.
Ianuary 2-We all swing 'n sway to lay Van's Orchestra at the New
Year's Tea Dance.
Ianuary 5-Whols afraid of the mob! Students spend extended lunch
period watching the William Galloway defeat the stagecoach. Some forgot to
come back .... detention blues.
Ianuary lUfWe kept our fingers crossed, and it worked! Allegany wins
Ianuary ll-C171 Future Pavlovas display their talent in assembly.
Ianuary 14-Basketeers bring home the "bacon" from Iohnstown.
lanuary 18-After a tough fight Central lassies succeed in downing Alle-
Ianuary 20-Upperclassmen frolic at the first Friday afternoon dance
sponsored by the seniors.
Ianuary 24-Napoleon met his Waterloo and so did Allegany .... Score Fort
Hill 39-Allegany 31.
Ianuary 25-U85 Miss Dixonis home room presents a radio play com-
memorating the birthday of Edgar Allan Poe .... Nice work!
Ianuary 27-Uleepers Creepers"!-did we have a swell time at the Girls'
League Tea Dance!
Ianuary 27-Allegany defeats Davis 42-39.
February 3-"Bye, Bye Blues!" We down LaSalle 26-41.
February 6-"Laugh? I though I'd die!" How basketball should not be
played is the outstanding feature of Loyalty night.
February 8-1195 Work on the yearbook progresses .... We study, puzzle
and snip far into the night.
February 9 and 10-The student body shakes in its shoes as A. D. K.
presents "The Skull".
February ll-There's something about a uniform! Allegany's daughters
-and basketball players-fall prey to the Massanutten crew.
February 17-f20j "Hail, hail the gang's all here!" Booster night! Spe-
cialty acts! We win from Barton.
February 20-QZU f'Who that is great has not suffered defeat?" We lose
to Fort Hill.
February 22-CZZJ Work begins on the new addition. Straight jackets
ordered for ten distraught teachers.
February 22-Room 115 pays honor to Washington by means of the
P. A. system.
February 24-C235 Many toes stepped on at the Girls' Hi-Y Dance.
March 1-Allegany basketball players take over Keyser.
March 3-Alco cagers bring the basketball season to a close by defeating
March 6-Successful debaters breathe a sigh of relief as Miss Murphy
posts results of debate tryouts.
March 8-A. D. K. presents a mystifying assembly program. Who was
March 9, 10, and ll-Oh for the life of a journalist! Lucky Alcohi Mirror-
ites attend conference in New York .... First place honors won.
March 15-Room 212 entertainingly present "Elmer" at assembly.
March 22-"Choral Clubbersw warble a tune or two for upperclass as-
March Z4-Miss Murphy's expert coaching tells again. Negative team
wins the Tasker G. Lowndes preliminary debate.
March 30-"There's Music in the Air." Music clubs present their annual
April 14-Was it a Baby Night? Of course I mean the A. D. K. Dance.
April 21-"Music hath charmsf' Allegany County schools unite and
present music festival at Fort Hill.
lune 11-Seniors grow serious at the senior sermon.
Iune 13-Gaiety, tinged with sadness, prevails at Class Night.
Iune 14-We're "Dancing with Tears in our Eyes" as We bid Allegany
good-bye at the Senior Prom.
Iune 15-"May memories of these school days go with us all through
Iune 15-Alumni entertain graduates at Alumni Dance.
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Established 1851 Incorporated 1902
S. T. Little jewelry
1 13 Baltimore Street
Buy Yom' jewelry from cz Jeweler
Ruth Abraham-Small package with a de-
termined air ,.., dainty and demure .... wants to
be a social worker .... Luck to you, Ruth ....
Meyer Abraham-Ruthis big brother .... cur-
rent-evently wise .... managed the basketball
team with gusto ....
Richard Allen-Blond .... likes to wear a
green sweater ,... Allegany's gift to Duke .... has
d r a m a t i c leanings .... "Black Flamingo" ....
"Babes in Toyland" .... "Apron-String Revolt"
....Christmas play '38....
Katherine Alsip-Diminutive .... one of Wrig-
ley's best customers .... outwardly reserved ....
Martha Arnold-Modest .... dependable .... an
efficient secretary .... spontaneous giggle .... ac-
Edward Athey-Garrulous garcon .... every-
bocly's pal .... lopes lazily from class to class ....
snaps into action on the basketball court ....
George Barnard-Alleganyls Beau Brum-
mel .... infectious smile .... smooth dancer .... im-
pish look in his eye .... "Babes in Toyland" ....
Kathleen Barnard-Great capacity for
friendship .... hates tragedy and loves pink ....
light hair, light dancer ....
Betty Barnes-Historically informed .... sensi-
tive and conscientious .... determined .... prefers
Parker's ink ....
Betty Io Barton-Sympathetic confidante ....
interested in "trucking" .... in our coffee-cream
and Betty Io .... "Apron-String Revolt" .... Christ-
mas play '38 ....
Tom Barton-"Buick's the buy" .... collects
corners .... not what he says-the way he says
it .... knows the right answers .... alert for the
Virginia Beall-Unassuming brownette ....
excels in bookkeeping .... potential C. P. A .....
plays the piano with ease ....
Carleton Beckman-Swings a mean trom-
bone .... band cut-up .... talented violinist .... junk
jeweller .... "Babes in Toyland" ....
Charles Beckwith-Look for him behind the
bow tie .... snappy dresser .... stickler for detail
f economics class not exceptedj ....
Blake Billmyre-Tall, easy going, and
friendly .... inveterate notewriter ....
Peggie Bischoff-Gracious and poised ....
taffy top .... candid camera enthusiast .... no va-
cancies in the date book ....
Cosgrove Cycle 86 Tire Co.
25 2 N. Centre Street
Sport Police Commercial
Iver Johnson Bicycles
Hillcrest Burial Park
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lt is our hope that we may serve
you in the future as we have in
the past .....
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PHONE 291 115 Baltimore Street
Iohn Blackwell-A spoontul ot Barrymore
,ma dash of jitterbug....add girls alternately...
mix well and you have "Iohnny"-"Page Miss
Glory" .... "Christmas Carol" .... "The Copper-
head" .... "The Wizard of Oz" .... "The Black
Flamingo" ,... "Dust of the Road" .... "Babes in
Toyland" .... "Apron-String Revolt" .... "The First
Christmas" .... "The Skull" .,,.
Rita Boch-Tall, refreshingly unsophisticat-
ed .... a reserve that is most becoming ....
lunanita Boggs-Budding beautician ..,, rides
her hobby .... equestrienne .... casual artist .... love-
ly handwriting ....
Harold Brooks-Full of laughter ..,. full of
fun ,,.. never gets a day's work done .... that's
Betty Brown-Wacky .... good natured .... lots
to say .... always gay .... a swinging walk .... a
Iames Brown-Aloysius to you .... Hollywood
smile ..,. regular fellow and a one-girl man ....
hates to have his bow tie untied .... "Babes in
Bill Burger-Serious minded .... whiz at wood
carving and painting .... subtle humor .... Rock of
Gibralter .... 'fPage Miss Glory" .... "Babes in
Toyland" .... "The Skull" .... Christmas play
Glenn Burkett-Long like Lindbergh ....
"Deep In A Dream" .... major subject-Ogle-
lane Chandlee-Vivacious .... at ease at the
easel .... personality plus .... determined, drama-
tic, and decorative ,.., "Black Flamingo" ....
UBabes in Toyland" ....
Maxine Chenowith-Cheerful "Chennie" ....
working for a M. R. S. degree .... willing work-
er .... rabid rooter ....
Iune Clauson-Erudite .... linguistic aptitude
....par1e francais and dicit latin....quietly
charming .... sincere ....
lack Cowherd-Self assured .... fun loving ....
serious when the occasion demands .... athletic
Bettie Clower-Flirtatious ..., frolicsome .... fas-
cinating .,.. carrot-top ..., bestest manager our
team could have ....
Iosephine Compton-Mathematical and me-
ticulous .,,. conscientiousness persontied .... as a
pal she's perfect ....
Louise Conroy-Fiery .... perpetual giggle ....
jolly disposition .... main occupation: chattering
with classmates ....
Edgar Cornelius-Slight, silent, steady ....
dryly humorous .... deep ..., quiet and unassum-
ing of manner ....
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Phone 2 568
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Ioseph Cunningham-H a p p y-go-lucky ,...
honored at the annual football "shower" ....
Miss Simpson's problem child ..,, "Babes in
Mary Critchfield-Suave sophistication cov-
ers a genuine sincerity .... outstanding musical
ability .... "Babes in Toyland" ....
William Dahl-Music enthusiast .... willing
worker .... interested in present day affairs ....
Anna Dick-A quietness and reserve that
make for a quaint charm .... tooth paste smile
.Wloves to roller skate....
Walter Dietrich-Super-smooth ex-cadet ....
unusual sense of humor ..., "The Mad Russian"
.,..tickled pink when football season comes
Mary Dolphin-Makes scrapbooks .... likes
to sew .... wants to be a nurse .... easy to get
along with ....
Ruth Donalds-Fastidious dresser .... fashion
firsts in hair do's ..,. expert typist ....
Virginia Dreyer-Lyrical, laughing, loyal ,...
good sport .... "A Little Bit Independent" .... likes
"the one-girl man" .... "Babes in Toylandn ,...
Shirley Driscoll-Lovable .... jolly .... not a
care in a carload .... genuine warmth of feeling
for everyone .... "Babes in Toyland" ...l "Apron-
String Revolt" ....
Iames Drumm-Cherchez la femme .... terpsi-
chorean artist .... slow speaker .... good na-
Iames Duncanson-Our blond Highlander
....lean and quiet....dependable as Kelley's,,,.
enterprising business man ....
Mary Elbin-Laughing, likeable, loqua-
cious .,,. horseback rider .,,. a helping hand
when one is needed ....
Ula Evans-Quiet and unruffled .... particu-
lar about things in general ..., unassuming ..,.
lovely smile ....
Max Farell-A boy's boy .... fun-loving ....
genuine .,,, service with a smile .... plunging in
the social circled...
Anna Feldstein-Short and plump .... com-
mercially competent .... amiable .... mirthful ....
Ieanne Fisher-One sees her, one knows
her, one likes her .... intelligent .... courageous ....
knows her sports, particularly football ....
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Charles Floto-Rich bass voice .... philathe-
list .... strong silent type .... billiard shark .... self-
avowed woman hater ....
Dorothy Fuller-Knows her rnincl and speaks
it .... self-possessed .... easy-going ....
Iulian Goggin-Booming bass .... interested
in music .... hard worker .... unique personality ....
Iames Glover-Reticent .... pleasing manner
....agreeable.,..like a fried egg-sunny side
Betty Greenya--Quaint accent .... gracious
and graceful "Lovel to look at deli htful
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to know" ,...
Kenneth Grose-Clever, carefree, conversa-
tional .... the bane of Mr. Platt's existence ....
why work when play is waiting? ....
N o r m a Grove-Attractive .,.. coquettish ....
r o l l e r skating enthusiast .... "Simple and
Margaret Gunter-Petite .... flirtatious .... gig-
glesome .... trips the light fantastic ....
Phyllis Habig-Appetizing combination ....
reminiscant .... "There's That Faraway Look In
Your Eye" ....
Iohn Harbaugh-HFirst in the hearts of his
countrywomenn .... enthusiastic amateur pho-
tographer .... well-dressed .... good dancer ....
Russel Harper-Serious .... sincere .... straight-
forward .... "On their own merits modest people
are silent" ,...
Dayton Harold-Better than average typist
....studious....mild and modest....affable..,.
William Harrison-Keen sense of humor ....
calm, cool, and collected .... laconic grin ....
Ann Hausman-"Simple and Sweet" .... agi-
tates the ivories with dexterous syncopation ....
has trouble with her "Bills" .... expressive
eyes .... "Babes in Toyland" ..,.
Henry Herron-Radical .... spasmodic as an
epileptic fit .... howlingly humorous .... "Have
You Forgotten So Soon?" ....
William Hewitt-Swing addict .... temper-
mental .... trills a wicked clarinet .... fancy figure
'he illtrat ttitnnal Earth uf Glumhrrltmh
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' Member of the Federal Reserve System
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Glenn Hockman-Obliging .... fools with
"fotos" .... sociable .... collects stamps ,...
William Hoff-A true species of the mascu-
line gender .... "I disagree" .... gridiron power-
house .... disputeful ....
Nancy Holland-Welcome refreshment for
exhausted teachers ..., sweet, studious, and
striking ,... varied interests .... "Babes in Toy-
Margie Hollen-A natural wit .... conscien-
tious .... eventempered .... Need ink? Ask Mar-
William Holt-Globe trotter .... resourceful ....
where there's "Will" there's a way .... scho-
lastically versatile .... "The Skull" ....
Irma Hounshell-Types with ease .... she
aims to please .... casual .... moderate ....
Iohn Hughes-Short in stature but long in
shorthand .... "All that we save in noise, we
gain in power" ....
Iack Hyde-Cynical fellow .... fetching smile
modern dance records ....
C570 The Graduate
You're going to hear enough about the
serious things in life if we know our Com-
mencement Day programs. So We'll add
just one thought in extending our good
wishes to every Graduate.
For years Welve offered a post graduate
course in good appearance, and if we may
remind you of your Shakespeare, "apparel
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Iudy Iones-A study in jocularity .... pert
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figure .... "Babes in Toyland" ....
Donald Iordano-Mobbed by maidens ....
brain of the backfield .... sincere .... "The Real
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with a streak of humor .... "Touchdown
Eleanor Kieffner-A dose of vivaciousness
....famous for her parties....saucy....impul-
Leo Kisamore-Deliberate, distinctive drawl
....individualist....tenacious tackler....e x p e r t
wood Worker ....
Fred Klein-HKnot-a-tie" expert .... a twin ....
a ready smile .... all-city gridiron center .... a
consistent basketball scorer ....
Henry Klein-The bigger half of the Klein
twins .,,. jovial disposition .... adept fiddler ....
quiet placidity ....
Cecil Kline-Cheerful, cherubic counte-
nance .... boyish exuberance .... jocund .... addict-
ed to much talking .... amateur boxer ....
Kay Kline-He of the dancing feet .... bub-
bling over with mischieviousness .... buoyant
Iack Konzal-The reason why Allegany
girls go to the movies .... likes bow ties ....
"Laugh and the world laughs with you" ....
still blushes .... "Apron-String Revolt" ..,. Christ-
mas play '38 ,,.. "The Skull" ....
Charles Kreitzburg-"Rodney, the Rock" ,.,.
does more than his share .... cababa artist ....
suspenderized and pre-shrunk .,,. raqueteer ....
Zorka Krnaya-"Still water runs deep" ....
unusual coiffures .... tall ..., fair complexion ..,.
brown eyes ....
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Helen Lechliter-Our future Florence Night-
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Lois Lee-As sweet as her name implies ....
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first rate ....
Vivian Lehman-Il Penseroso .... timid ....
"Silence is the bearer of fruits" .... nice, neat,
Geneva Lewis-A good word for all .... self-
accomplished pianist .... conscientious commer-
cial student .... friendly air ....
Mary Luethke-Patient .... an aquatic en-
thusiast .... acme of equanimity .... "Play, fiddle,
play" .... "Women In White" ....
William Macy-Genial .... witty .... carefree ....
confident .... interested in boats and hiking ..,.
hail fellow well met ,...
Robert Mathews-Calm, quiet, crimson-top
...."M.D."....promising appearance,...s lo W ,
bashful grin ....
lack Mattingly-"The Great Waltzer" ....
iastidious, flirtatious, and funny .... mincing
Colleen Maxon-Tidy ,... trim .,.. doll-like dim-
ples ..,. our West Virginia commuter .... she has
a "riding" habit ....
Phyllis Mellinger-Deep blue eyes ,... fair
skin ..., quiet and unruffled disposition ..,. willing
and gracious helper ....
Lewis Metz--Capable commercial student
athletic find ..,.
Betty Miller-Likes to have a good time ....
"flutterby" .... gleesome .... ebony locks .,,. a bal-
leteer .... "Babes in Toyland" ..,.
Iohn Miller-Buster Brown .... russet crown ,...
tuneful tenor .... merry madcap .,.. freckles ....
Iacob Miller-Petticoat fever ..,. sleepyhead
....perennial student....sandy hair....intricate
Iune Miller-As dependable as night and
day .... sharp wit .... well-wrought .... cute clothes
....a budding efficient secretary....
Wayne Miller-Rare sense of humor .... sel-
dom serious .... artistic aspirations .... flashy
Iean Milne-Symphony in sophistication ....
genial, generous, good-natured .... cosmopolitan
....as dependable as 7:59. .
Pauline Minnicks--Unsophisticated and lov-
able .... easy going smile .... conscientious and
loves a good time ....
Ruth Mitchell-Fragile looking .... prospective
woman politician .... determined .... coquettish ....
Ruth Molinari-Self-confident .... amiable ....
competent basketeer .... likes horseback riding
....keen sense of humor....
Grant Morris-His brother's rival for bas-
ketball honors .... slim, serious, shy ....
Helen Mosser-Intense eyes .... a touch of
brittle aloofness .... "Sophisticated Lady" .... ar-
tistic temperament .... "Babes in Toyland" ....
Beverly Mowery-Tall and willowy .... defer-
ential, dependable, warm-hearted .... believes
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Robert Muma-Iitterbug deluxe .... very pun-
ny ..,, deceivingly studious looking .,.. nautical
Eugene Munro-Masculinity fused with
gentlernanliness .... basketeer ..,. ice cream-his
Agnes Murphy-An Irish wit .... beautiful
wavy hair .... "Easy On The Eyes" .... fun-lov-
ing .,,. hates to leave home ....
Wanda McClung--Wistful and Winsome ,...
raven tresses .... "Dark Eyes" .... dainty, demure,
Franklin McElwee-A soccerite .... restive .... a
passive nature .... curly hair .... supreme indif-
ference to the fairer sex ....
Arthur Nave-A typist in the making .... a
picture enthusiast .... moody .... "says little but
misses little" .,..
Mary Lee Nickle-Sprightly .... credulous ....
convivial .... tries anything once providing it's
Dorothy Often-"Does good by stealth and
blushes to find it fame" .... a "designing"
woman .... "Sweet As A Song" ....
D oris Oglebay-Ambitious ..., majors in
friends: minors in activities ..., a helping hand
when one is needed .... an aspiring typist ....
Harriet O'Neal-Graceful .... a comely
blonde .... frisky ..., alive .... cute, carefree, and
William Oswald-"Pres" .... Football physi-
que .... heterogeneous activities ..., witty ..., Hi, pal
..,."My friends.......................,...Thank you"....
"Babes in Toyland" ....
Betty Phillippi-My pal and yours .... hobby
-blonds ..,. great little basketball star .,.. witty,
lively, conversant .... "The Black Flamingo" ....
"Apron-String Revolt" .,..
Elizabeth Pierce-Sleek, suave. sophisti-
cated .... underneath she's a clever and charm-
ing companion .... repertoire ol records ....
"Apron-String Revolt" .... "Page Miss Glory" ....
Christmas Show '36 and '37 .... HThe Copper-
head" .... K'Black Flamingo"...,
Betty lean Porter-Imperturbable .... laissez-
faire .... an aspiring commercial student ..,, soft
Caroline Radcliffe-Winning ways .... busy.
bonny, blithe ..., saucy .... jaunty .... magnetic ....
Marjorie Ray .... Rolicsome and mirthful .... a
sensitive nature .... a sparkling sense of hu-
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Alice Louise Read-Stunning and sophisti-
cated .... girlish giggle .... expressive hands ....
distinctive dresser ....
Irene Reall-Beautiful wavy locks .... capti-
vating smile .... engaging .... apt to be independ-
Bob Reinhard-Independent, individual, in-
tensive ..., every man is a volume it you know
how to read him ,... contributor of practical
Laurence Hephann-Uncertain and unpre-
dictable as the weather .... Whimsical .... incom-
parable ,... happy-go-lucky .... "Two gun
Royce Rice-Impetuous ..,. in tune with the
world .... sport-soccer .... friendly, ttun-loving,
William Robinson-Makes his own laws
and lives up to them .... ideas, interests, intel-
lect .... participant in many sports ,... Christmas
Show '37 ....
William Rohrer-Disarrning grin .... leader of
cheers .... one of true ambitions and high aims
....work and you shall succeed...
Ruth Ruhl-Dark hair .... quiet smile .... good-
natured, neat, and determined .... lover of quiet
Phyllis Runion-An alert and active athlete
....a loyal friend....powerful pleasin'....con-
scientious in her work and serene in her
Dayton Schell-Inert intelligence .... bespec-
tacled .... argumentative faculties .,,. a broad
Martha Shipe-A consistent and agreeable
disposition .... a drawling talker .... free and easy
attitude toward all things .... red curls ...,
David Scollick-An interclass basketball
star .... connoisseur of clothes .... gentleman of
leisure .... lots of friends ....
Iames Scott-Blond, buoyant, breezy ..., sar-
torial perfection .... yellow eyes .... enthusiastic
A, D. K.-er .... "Copperhead" .... Christmas play
'36 .... "Black Flamingo" ,,,. "Apron-String Re-
volt" .... "Babes in Toylandw ....
Beamer Sewell-Proud of his curls .... self-
reliant .... generally informed .... auto amoret ....
Anna Marie Shaffer-She's reserved, but
friendly when you know her .... scholastically
earnest .... as constant as the northern star ....
Laurence Shaner-Runs fast and "shoots"
straight .... concise in speech .... rambling frame
hung loosely together ....
Lester Sherman-Tall .... quite a bookkeeper
.maquatic expert....a personality that attracts
....that clean-cut look....
Iohn Shroyer-Quiet, pensive .... unassuming
in conversation or in the classroom R... third-
Edward Shuck-Enjoys close harmony both
in music and in life .... pens sports lingo ,...
eager participant in any kind of fun ....
William Simpson-Short with curly black
hair .... a jaunty air .... likes to study, but not too
Elizabeth Sindy-Short and stocky ..., speedy
floor player ..., an artist without the tempera-
ment .... eloquent elocutionist ....
D o r o t h y Smith-Bashful .... tall ,.., giggling
sense of humor .... you can count on her ,...
Robert Smith-Tall, blond .... has a sense of
humor .... terse and tuneful .... an ace on the
trumpet .... "there's something about a band
William Smith-Wavy hair .... football play-
er's physique .... ready smile .... pleasing per-
Iohn Snyder-Unobtrusive .... thinks thrice
before he speaks .... aims to carry out direc-
Loma Sowers-Fair complected .... blushes
easily .... "she has a cupboardful of clothes" ....
tall, terse, and impulsive .... a "Mrs" now ....
William Spangler-Blond fire .... majors in
sports .... well built, energetic, and attractive ....
slim .... sardonic ....
Betty Sparks-Enjoys the aesthetic things
in life .... agile dancer .... as magnetic as her
name .... entertains in the Maxwell fashion ....
"Babes in Toyland" .,..
Veone Spencer-Tall, silent, and rugged ..,.
easy-going, hard to rile .... thoughtful ..r. unruly
hair ..., likes life plain and simple ..,.
Earl Stair-Blond and amiable .... a good
HSkate" ..., a pseudo-complacent exterior cov-
ering traits of deep significance ....
Ruth Stallings-Quaint and Winsome man-
ner .... ardent and enthusiastic worker in the 4-
H Club .... a ready smile ....
Robert Stein-"Bucky" .... altruistic .... main-
tains a happy parity between studies and so-
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Paul Steinla-Smooth dancer, smooth dres-
ser .... a "smoothie" .... likes variety in automo-
biles ,... blond ....
Carl Stitcher-A "Stitch" in time saves
nine fplus 25 .... pleasant dispositioned .... boy-
ish manner revealed in a quick blush ....
Paul Stitcher-Sociable .... congenial .... loves
to tease .... jokes, works, and plays with the
same intensity .... unhurried ....
Glenn Stroup-Enjoys the ludicrous in life
....talks with his hands....full of good fellow-
ship and determination ....
Ruth Sturtz-Favorite sport+basketball .... a
personality that is instinctively charming ....
Iames Sullivan-A hearty Irishman .,..
equally at home on the dance floor and on
the gridiron .... humorous and entertaining ....
Iune Summerfield-Diffident .... surprises one
with the fervor and confidence with which
she plays the piano .,., religious ,,..
Mitzi Sutherland-Took the plunge into mat-
rimony .... amply armored with striking good
looks .... sees the sunny side .... "Babes in Toy-
landl' .... Christmas Show '37 ....
Bill Taylor-Rhythm on the rink .... compe-
tence on the court .... ace in aquatics .... likes
sports shirts .... as frank as a dash of cold
lean Taylor-Propensity toward ingenious
chatter .... piquant prettiness ,,,, has a will of her
own .... friendly enthusiasm .,,.
Nadine Taylor-Full of "Let's go" ..., spirited
....auburn waves...."The smile of beauty"....
'tlove me, love my dog" ....
Eleanor Thayer-Original .... a flair for verse
writing .... deep capacity for friendship .... has a
"nose for news" .... reparteeist .... "Apron-String
Margaret Thom-A grave charm .... attitude
of detached aloofness .... brunette, brusque, be-
guiling .... she leads cheers ....
Ann Thompson-"Gift of gab" .... congenial
....she aims to please....teachers' typist....
"Page Miss Glory" .... Christmas Show '38 ....
Arthur Thompson-Enigmatic individual ....
candid and impartial .... ready, willing, and
able .... takes life easy and enjoys it ....
117 FREDERICK STREET
Western Maryland College
Fred G. Holloway, D.D., LL.D., Preridenzf
A co-educational school situated in the beautiful high-
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beauty. A school with limited enrollment and an emphasis
on student guidance. Excellent departments of education,
music, and business administration.
THE SEVENTY-THIRD YEAR OPENS TUESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 26, 1939.
Edith Thompson-Gray eyes .... brown hair
....neat....thoughttul ot others... dependable...
Robert Tiley-Latent possibilities ,... soothing
to nerve-wracked teachers .... humorsome .... tar-
William Torkington-Silent and non-com-
mittal ,... blond thatched .... profound in his think-
ing .... "Cheerio, old chap" ,...
Glendon Tressler-Blond .,.. good-looking ....
raises "hare's" frabbits to youj .... jolly and
Bettie lane Tripplett-lt's a dull day indeed
when Trippie doesn't have something funny
to say .... a student but not a grind ....
Maxwell Trostle-Ofticious .... a collector of
information .... many irons in the tire .... selt-con-
Ruth Turnley-Classic profile ..,, curly black
hair .... charming lisp .... "strike up the music" ....
"Babes in Toyland" ....
Kenneth Valentine-Likes to read .... more
serious than some .... keeps his ideas well
guarded .... an honest-to-goodness blond ....
Imogene VanMeter-Full of vitality .... fair
and different looking .... another senior using
her ring finger tor its purpose ....
Sammy Waingold-"Better late than never"
....a tirm believer in day dreaming....lots oi
leisure time .... overlooks the girls ....
Ann Weatherholt-Never in a hurry .... quiet
manner, and how efficient! .... "With a Smile
and a Song" .... never too busy to help ....
Io Ann Weber-Pert, peppy, and pleasant
....we like her sense ot humor....nice to know
....an enthusiastic swimmeru..
David Weiss-Burns the midnight oil .... as-
pires to be a second Einstein .... serious and
scholarly demeanor .... little, with black curly
lack Weller-Always having a good time
...recognizable by his swinging walk....rugged
Marion Weller-Her meticulousness im-
presses .... a model study hall student .... takes
lite seriously .... sings alto .... small and de-
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. . 18 Baltimore Street
Rosalie Wertheimer-A fashionable lass ....
knows all the answers .... dusky beauty .... a
sense oi humor marked by a distinctive gig-
Ioe Wilkinson-Undecided about "the" girl
...pleasant smile....deep set blue eyes....soft
voice .... gridiron great ....
Mary lane Wilgar-Ardent jazz pianist .,..
reserved .... chubby .... studious ....
Alice Williams-A statuesque blond .... fair
complexion that everyone envies .... soft-spoken
Maud Lee Wilson-Lots of fun .... a clever
dancer .... amusing friend ,,,, genuine good sport
....capable of clever witticisms....Christmas
Show '36 and '37 .,.. NPage Miss Glory" ....
"The Black Flamingo" .... "Babes in Toyland"
Wallace Wilson-Loquacious yet studious
...,thoughtful,... diminutive in size but massive
in mind ....
Phyllis Windemuth-A shy grin .... simplici-
ty of manner .... serious on all occasions ,,.. sin-
cere ..,. a hard worker ....
Edithmae Winner-Soft-voiced but firm-
mannered .... a "Winner" in certain commercial
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Homer Wise-Small of stature .... earnest
soccer participant .... mild, unconcerned dispo-
sition .... bookkeeping specialist ....
Warren Wolfe-A quick wit .... jolly and
good-natured ..., practical joker .... always on
the go .... his worries are a missing quality ....
Virginia Wolford-Lovely in every sense of
the word ,,., quiet but furnishes fun in her own
circle .... complaisant ,...
Dale Wright-Clean-cut looking .... wavy
brown hair .... likes dancing .... always in a holi-
day mood ....
Arietta Wyand-A lovely picture in a gold-
en frame .... such a little girl to do so much ,,..
charmingly undignified ....
Betty Yeager-"Miss Efficiency" .... mistress
of any situation .... clear-cut features .... even
tempered with a hidden spark ....
Mildred Zarger-Dirninutive and demure ....
talkative but aloof .... methodical .... olive com-
Suzanne Zihlman-Klever, keen, and klassy
....vivacious cheer leader....plenty of pep, vim,
a n d vig o r .... liked by all .... "Page Miss
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