Allegany High School - Alleganac Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)

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Nursery of Amencctn Democracy HERE 5 YU H LXLMA MATEH Fcxvorlte rendezvous 1n the East Annex Fourteen D The G11d11O!'l11I11 from Txlghman Street THFY KEEP US BUSY seems Ioe the Board ot Educatlon can always keep a plent1tul ot mstructors for us We st1ll loke about the mountams of home d the detentxons wh1ch we always deserve but deep 1n our rts there IS the greatest respect and apprecratlon for our 1nstructors Each has contrlbuted somethmg towards mak1ng us better c1t1zens and 1n grvlng us the educatlon we need for full l1v1ng MANY FAI ES ARI' NEW are sen1ors It seems just a short whrle ago that you were 1n our and we were the ones who looked to you for gurdance The nd sophomores now as then are becomrng more 1nterested school hte the erghth and nmth graders are gett1ng rnto the sw1ng of th1ngs but some of the seventh graders have not yet become accl1mated to thelr new surroundxngs WF STILL HAVE OUR SPORT? s1cal fxtness IS stressed 1n t1me of War You w1ll be happy to at we st1ll hnd a good clean ball game the best of entertcnn d that we st1ll strrve to ma1nta1n the h1gh standards of sports ansh1p wh1ch you helped estabhsh when you Wore those blue and wh1te unlforrns AND OUR ACTIVITIES Our orgamzatlons never seem to take up too much of our t1me We leaders now and we are str1v1ng to reach the same h1gh levels leved when the management was 1n your hands From the new Z graders to the senrors the extra curr1cular GCl1V1l19S consume a pleasant part of our school days WI' RI' RAIAIIW, YOU IP IOO You Ioe are domg so much for us' We here at home are trymg to hel as much as we can by cont1nu1ng to purchase War Bonds and by part1c1pat1ng 1n var1ous natron w1de salvage drrves col rnrlk weed pods pursumg specral war tune courses grow1ng gardens and be1ng good Amerrcans Fifteen I L k ,. , . 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Perhaps thxs year s Allegewr ol whxch thxs letter rs a part wrll rekxndle pleasant mernorxes We at Allegany thmlc otten ot the part you are playmg rn thrs ternhc struggle We shall be ever gratetul for xt lt has lallen our lot to carry on at home and xn school You may be mterested mn knowrng that we are ollerrng pre mductxon courses whxch have already demon slrated thexr value tn gettxng boys ready lor the servrce Our bond and tamp sales to students only won top prxzes lor Allegany rn the past two years We collected bushels ol mrlkweed tloss for lxllmg lxlebelts and partrcrpated rn many other actwrtxes whrch we beheve made a contrxbutxon toward the war ellort Regretlully we have placed gold stars opposxte the names ot twenty Allegany graduates We otler now a srlent prayer that no more ot these need be awarded Well loe tt s almost dlsrmssal hme so must close Good luck to you ,-,,,f- Eighteen RALPH R WEBSTER prmcxpal came to Allegany rn 934 our loyal advtser and frxend er1thus1ast1c leader of our many actmvltxes FOY A CURRY asslstant prznclpal member of the faculty smce 1922 of all the students competent mathematlcs mst ANNA B HIGGINS vice prmcxpal able analyst of pupll veraclty d1spenser of detentmn GEORGANNA K LEYHE secretary super recorder Wllh cheery sxmle and hght hearted banter frlend of every Allegaman -3 Nineteen trlend ructor These llfflcers bundled Affairs -Y 4 4 Y r 1 e ,V K RQ, wag- mfona I 5 ,fx ' Z""'f V ,H gay ,I . , V .Q - ' W W af' .. t 4 S I' Wy. ,AW 4 . W i 1 A4 Y' 1 'ff ,ff , aw: J ,,,, 4 wi' . ff y Mg, A if 1 'Qin 1 . ,, ,, ,M ., , 5 . ry V 1 J Yu 1 Q: I . .4 , fu LTY ANNA NICHT, A.B .... teaches social studies . . . sentry of the lower corridor . . . ROSE SCHMUTZ, A. B. . . . mathematics teacher . . . "Now you listen to me" . . . BETTY WINTER, A.B .... music teacher . . . hep to the jive . . . EUGENE I. HOPKINS, B. S. . . . physical education instructor . . . Geney with the au- burn hair . , . ETHEL BRUCE . . . art instructor . . . prominent promoter of puppetry . . . ALICE STAN- LEY, A. B .... French teacher . . . formerly an A.D.K. star . . . ELIZABETH HARRIS, A.B .... teaches English . . . seventh grade advisor . . . DORA E. RICHARDS, A.B .... social studies teacher . . . always faithful to Rugg . . . IANE GRINDEL, A. B, . . . instructor in reading . . . from up Frostburg way . . . FREDA DIGGS, B. S .... home economics instructor . . . lady of the pink room . . . HELEN MCFERRAN, B. S .... home economics teacher . . . expert in culin- ary art . . . BOSTON SHERWOOD, B. S .... industrial arts instructor . . , BETSY ROSS RANKIN, B,S. . . . general science teacher. IANNA M. T. WEBSTER, A. M., and IAMES HOUSE, BS .... Latin and agriculture instructors are not picturedl. from THE 1916 ALLEG 1 O ALLEGANY HIGH OLD HOYE TOWN CUMBERLAND, ID gf,-f I QD ,,KZ,,,, ,X-f W filings a Alual Of ou s in her OWU Keep boys e the ret 631' te tke why this The fine job Jpnv-" the Kids 'sten your as mu h UXHV 'DB Soovts main inte e alreedv re return us nossible a few gaps 1 lliiln D:- UWB hal verv LOST, 1 I This ha nresidential prominent men ever to the baseball t mavor league Louis teams it nerd to 1 ttall and the th St ould me still The 511 fellows are swooned over T rollinv up their pan on this time WVlCb will be ren't f rgotten We 1 J e I guess Dlease tune in for the coming your wg! Zgon t Kn t and we just nent you 9 ow Yours for Victory, TWV ALLFGFNI ,f,,f, rffff V X 17, 0 1 V7 N . 0 ' ,-,,,,sA ll X X X s.e,, ,T so Qf fx V 4 0 qzesew 1'-. , f ff n tx ' X X IEE -, ,, ,.l',f ' f w , ' f X 'ff " Mn" f'!'l'f lqzrfu X JY V' K l, , l!:f,f1flit f X - sf ' X , V, X X 4, 1 I L V t XX X 'X b I W y you aft . X 'lf ' Y f f 1 'E Q X ls E f -Nv. ,, 9 L X 32 ,fs X , 7 T M s 2 'f had to come g X x I 4 e lf D Q ' I XX ,f X " a.'aL 6 W," ' c X 5 A 33 2 - Q A i , W f A QQ X .V . rl If I , S ri. lm I X. -I . ' 'R , X L . 3 Q , f 7 HE T T , 1 A Q fd - , T, KN In f fl I 1 , O , L o X , I 1 I Q.. . . A , C . . 1 0 4- . It V K X fm "W T" 'Tv' ' "" .. WI 'flex 'N W U WS Twenty Six CAROLA IEANNE ALLEN ACGd6II1lC MARJORIE LEE BAILEY Commercwl WENDELL CLIFTON BEALS Commercral MARY LOUISE BENDER Accxdemrc Choral Club l 2 3 4 ChoIr 4 Bcx 4 Or estrcz 1 2 3 GEORGE KENNETH BISHOP Acadermc Astronomy Club 4 Glee Club 4 ChoIr 4 Band 1 3 4 ALLEGEWI 4 Mxrror 4 As tronomy Club 3 O K S 4 BETTY CORRINE ATKINS oral Club 1 Chou 4 Commerclcxl ALLEGEWI 4 DORIS IEAN BARNARD ACGdem1C ALLEUEWI 4 Mzrror 3 4 S cmxsh Club 4 S I D 1 Choral Club 1 2 3 4 MIx d Chorus 3 4 ChoIr 3 4 ANDREW GEORGE BENDER General SARA ELIZABETH BERKLEY Commerclal Choral Club A 2 fl, Chou kl- Xvg' 'Ni' ,Ar !'N ' -K MARY IANE BOYD CommercIc1l CLASS SHIRLEY MAE BROIJE Commerclal Choral Club 1 2 4 Cholr HERBERT WENDELL BROWN General Glee Club 4 RICHARD LEE BUCY DIstrIbuhve Educatlon THOMAS CRAIG BURNS General Football Baseball H Y 4 MARY ALICE CEssNA Academ1c French Club 4 BoYE BRADFIELD I General Football 2 RICHARD RALPH BROTEMARKLE Commerclal Glee Club 2 3 4 Choxr 3 URSULA BUCK! ACGd9mlC ALLEGEWI 4 Ml!fOF 3 Spanlsh Club 4 PEGGY Lou BuRIcE1"I' Commerclal MARY LOUISE BURTON Commercxal ALLEGEWI 4 Q Another September had arnved and school days were VJll'l I a onc hundred and nmety l1V9 semore made then ways back to Allegany Twenty Seven 3' S K '91 1445 6 ff 0' 51 SE IUH E1.LA1Nz: CLAYTON Commercial BETTY CONNER ' ' Commercial i rfi KATHALEEN COPP ACQdem1C Spanish Club 4 Br:'r'rY CoYLr: Distrxbuhve Educatlon MILDRED CRAMER Academic ALLEGEWI 4 Mirror 3 4 Spanish C ub 4 Choral 4, Club 4 IAN: CLAYTON Commercial IAMES Russzu. Coox, IR. Academic ALLEGEWI, 4, Cheerleader, 45 Mirror, 3, 45 Projectionist, 3, 4, Astronomy Club, 3, 4, His' Rory Club 3 4, S T. D.. 1. Iomr THOMAS Cox General Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 aseball ack l H Y 2 3 4 Cub 3 4 Cholr 3 4 BETTY Lou CRAMER Commercial Tumblmg Club l Z Rossa CHARLES CROSBY General Qclober C imc ma ashee ln 'me many extra curricular qroup W' you forget Evelyn Lashleye fnlighter rig discourf ibout li elepha ll, Twenty E1ght 3, 4g 13 ' ' ,' 1, 2, 3,'4f Tr , g i- , , , gGlee 1 . . : '. , . S - I .I .I I , , . S I l Q f Y Y, ' with gr the y :I 1 A - ' Y ill , : 1 s Aix. si c, '+T- BETTY DEAN General RICHARD CONWAY DE HART Academxc Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Track Irror 4 Presldent of Class 2 3 4 IO!-IN RICHARD DIAMOND Academxc Basketball 3 4 Glee Club Choxr 4 Football Manager SHIRLEY IRIS DOMAN Commercxal CHARLES AUGUST DREW CommercIal Football 4 ELIZABETH DAvIs Commerclal fl-1iZJf"'fv,f 9 MARY ELIZABETH DEFFENBAUGH Commerclal ELDRIDGE CLIFTON DE HAVEN General Football 2 3 Pro1ectIonIst Glee Club 1 Band 1 2 DOROTHY VIRGINIA DICKEN DlSlIlbUl1V6 'Educatlon MARYLAND DoRsEY Commerclal XL-as if-4-4....J..X Twenty Nme ' gl X?-2 . E v,.V I L, 1 I .f n i , ft" ' A - ff 1 ' If V an I., 'I -, , '. X ! Y . I 12 iw: , , in-Yfzf 3, 4f Y ' I : . . . 14: Q 1 I 1 4- I F. ' NJN: 52.3 ,'.V ,. 2 5 1 Y I ...,V I ' . I I ..YI N I n I Q . I H 1:24 A W I li' , , na'- ' L - - 1 K , -'L , 4 ' '-X .tl . ' LS Thxrty PATRICIA ANN DUMIRE Academlc ALLEGEWI 4 M rror 3 4 G r s H1 Y 2 3 4 Span sh Club 4 Band 3 RUTH LEE DuRsT Commerclal EM MA IANE EBERT Academlc Folk Dancmg 1 Tumbhng Cub l Choral Club l 2 LEONARD WILLIAM FERRONE Academlc Astronomy Club 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Ensemble 4 Cholr 4 Band 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 O et 2 3 4 WILLIAM SMALLWOOD FIREY Academlc Baseball 3 4 Track l 2 HI Y RONALD WILLIAM DURST Academxc Football 2 3 4 Baseball 3 Track 1 HIY 3 DOROTHY MARGARET EBERT ACQdem1C Folk Dancmg 1 Tumbhng Cub l Choral Club 1 2 IoYcE IUANITA EVERLINE ALLEGEWI 4 MIIIOI Astronomy Club 3 4 bllng Club 1 Tum MARGARET IRAN FINN AcademIc French Club 4 4 Glee Club 3 Cholr 3 Band EUGENE MURRAY FI-INN l 2 3 4 Ensemble 3 4 Academ1c Gee Club 2 3 4 Cholr 2 3 4 I l , ,:i.,: fil"-..,: i 4: .:-.,4- .li . l.: ,., 3,4. 1.: .., 3. 4. Commercial .:',3.4: .,: - - .: . ,: .3. c1.... ,, .,: ,,:'-, : ,z ',:, ,,.: ' 1 .I CLASS ..-W REGINA FRADIsIcA Commercial ALLEGEWI 4- H'-Y Band 1 2 3 RUDOLPH FRENO Commerclal 1 Glee Cholr 4 VIRGINIA LEE GARDNER CommercIal ALLEGEWI 4 Track IANE PAULINE GoE'rz Commerclal Basketball l Track l blmg Club 1 2 DAVID RICHARD GROVE Academlc Glee Club Z 3 4 2 U UIII Cho 2 LILA FRANCES FOSTER Commercial Folk Dancing, lg Tumbling Club, lg Choral Club, 1. IEANNETTE FREEMAN Academxc ro echomsi 4 O K S Choral Club 3 4 Cholr 3 4 DONALD LEE FRESH 1-Xcademxc Pro1ect1onIst 4 Frenc ub 4 Glee Club 3 Cholr 3 4 LoIs GARLITZ Commercial PAUL RICHARD GOLDSWORTHY H1 Y 4 Qs I November brought lhe annual foo'ball game wIth Fort H111 How we thrIlled aI the Ight of our team a we rehear ed our yells at the customary pep meetxng Thxrty One , , I , , 3, 4, I I I ' P I ' ' , , . .I ., 4, s. I. D., , Cl b, 3, 4, 5' . . .I 3, I h . Cl l, 5 , , 45 . I .1, 2. ' ' ' r'- flf . 6' . : , .2:T - General , 3, 4. 4, kj! 3 I FF i'.,1". DOROTHY ELIZABETH GROVE Accxdemlc ELEANOR VIRGINIA GROVE Commercxal CORNELIUS HAGER General PI'O1SCllOl'l1Sl 4 ALMA MAE HARDMAN Commerclal 40' CHARLES WALLACE HARPER Commerclal Football 2 3 4 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 HIY 4 MILDRED HARRIS Academlc Prolectlonlst 4 Choral Club 4 IOHN HENRY HAs'r Acaclermc otball 1 2 H1 Y Prolechomst 3 4 MAXINE HAWKINS Academu: Proye llO1'1lSl 3 Band MARY ANN HEINRICH Commerclal ALLEGEWI 4 Mxrror 3 4 H Y 3 4 Folk DUUCU19 1 DOROTHY ALICE HENRY Tumbllng Club l Choral Club 1 4 Commercxal Choral Club 3 4 Q We beat Fort H111 1n the annual Thanks g1vIng Day game and our celebranon of the VIC tory lasted untll December Wlth D the snowfalls and we enjoyed skung sleddlng and g1vIng Ixmmy Twlgg a snow bath ecember came Thirty Two Nh - JL ' , , , :Q ,3, QI A Fo- -,. , , 3,-45 '- , 45 xx, 'C' ', 5 I ,2,3,4. i A CARoLE VIRGINIA HILL Commerclal ELIZABETH ANN HOLMES AcademIc ALLEGBWI 4 HI Y 3 4 Span Club 3 4 Band 2 3 Orchestra Z 3 4 RUTH ELSIE HosII:R AcademIc EDNA MARYLAND Hurr Academlc Projecnomst 3 4 SpanIsh Club 4 SHIRLEY MAE Hurt' Commerclal WALTER LEE HUGHES CommercIal LORRAINE HUNTER DlSll'1bUll.V9 Educahon Dxatnbuhve Educahon WILLIAM EDWARDS IENI-:INS Commerclcxl GeeClubl234C DANIEL WEBSTER IOHNSON It 3 4 Octet 3 HIY 4 Academlc Football 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Glee Club 3 4 ChoIr 3 4 ThIriy Three II Il 5 S U . : '- . . : - lSh . , : . , .4: . . : ' , . FLORENCE MARIE IENKINS 1 . , . . : hoir , ' ' . : . : '- , - , . , : , 1 ' I- . RoIvIA IUSTINE Iormson Cornmerclal ALLEGEWI 4 Mlrtor 3 EDWARD KENDALI. CommercIal Baseball 4 BARBARA IANE KITZMILLER Academlc ALLEGEWI 4 Mxrtor 3 Glrls H1 Y 3 4 French Club K S 4 Cho Club 1 2 4 anIe DENIS FREDERICK Koms Commerclal Run-I LABER CommercIal ALLEGEWI 4 Mlrror 4 Band 3 4 GERALDINE KEI'rI-I Commerclcrl HELEN LOUISE KERNS AcademIc ALLEGEWI 4 MITTOF 3 Spcm IS Club 4 O K S MARY ELIZABETH KNo'r'r CommercIal ALLEGEWI 4 MIrror 4 S I Ing Club l 2 Chora Club 1 THEODA LEE KOMPANEK Academlc ALLEGEWI 4 Mrror 3 4 S amsh Club 4 S I D 1 O K S 3 4 Choral C b 4 Ch Band 3 4 HIY 4 The 1-lmencan Way IACQUEIIYN NEFF LAMM Academxc ALLEGEWI 4 Spcxmsh Club 4 Thxrty Four I 1 ' I I4- 'II , 'I ' . . 11. u ",4gS. I. D., 1: O. . ., 5 ral ' I I I :I '. , - , ' U D., lg Folk Dancing, 17 Tum- bl' , , 5 l I : i I I I P ' I I I - -I : - . -I I : lu I l, 2, :I oir, 2: , 1, 2, 40-nzadeaiaf MARTHA LEE LANGER Academic Chou' 3 Choral Club BETTY LEE LARRY Commerclal EAN LASHORN Track l Tumblmg Club NoRMA LEE LAUDER Dxstnbuhve Educatlon Basketball 1 Track 2 Tum bhng Club 1 Choral Club 1 BETTYE BERYL LEATHERMAN Commercral Choral Club l ...I R N cademiaufffkf Spanish Club 4 Choral Club Cox3Qwt4U! MARY MARGARET LANGER Academlc Mrrror 3 Choral Club 2 EVELYN LOUISE LASHLEY Academrc ALLEGEWI 4 Mrror 3 4 Aslronomy Club 4 Spanlsh Y Swlmmmg Club Z 3 NYRMA LASTRE General Choral Club 4 KATHLEEN MARIE LEAsE DlSll'1bl1llV9 Educahon Q The Yuletlde season started wxth a presenta t1on ol a muslcal program by The Allegany Cho1r Then followed two weeks of vacatxon Wllh socxal affalrs dommatlng the scene Thzrty Five .f- I E L 70 ' A LA A f f ' E T W 1 " . I I l,Z,3,4g h'i", ff' '. : , 2, 3, 4. ' . 1 , ,3. 4. A ' I . : i . , . ' : Academic Club, 4, Histor' club, 3, 4, . 2 ' ,1. I - 324 BETTY Lou LEWIS DlSll'lbl.ll1V6 Educatlon IOHN EDWARD MACH fy? IACQUELINE BERTHA LoAR Academ1c Mxrror 3 Astronomy Club 4 Choral Club l 2 3 4 ChoIr fdzfmvxx GERMAINE DzI.oRI-:s MARGOLIS AcademIc AQ, 4 L, 4,0 f4Al,.LEGEWI 4 MIIPOF 3 4 J, f amsh Club 4 S I D K ,gf BETTY IRAN MARTIN Commerclal Band l CONRAD Lro MARTIN DlSlflbUl1Ve Educatlon DONNA PATRICIA MA'rHr:ws Academ1c ALLEGEWI 4 Mrror 3 4 Astronomy Club 3 4 Span Ish Club 4 Hlstory Club 4 Band 1 2 Orchestra 1 GENE LINDALI: MARTIN Commerclal Football 2 4 Boy H ROBERT IONES MARTIN General Baseball 4 Glee Club 3 4 C oIr 3 4 Band 2 3 4 r chestra 2 3 4 Ensemble 4 WINIPRED MA: MCCLOSKEY Academtc ALLEGEWI 4 Mxrror 3 4 Astronomy Club 3 4 French Club 3 4 ChoIr 3 Q February marked the end of hIgh school lIfe for the e1ght boys who fxmshed the accelerated course and recexved thexr dIplomas at the end of the lIrst semester The1r Immed1ate future was QQYVICG In the armed forces Tlurty Sur 3, 45 O. K. S., 4. 3 ,fri -l'." t,-4 4 ,I 7.3 f - J ,,,f,:1 Q . .: ' .,: , ' SP' .z---.1: ' -", ' ' 1- 4,11 I1 O. . S., 3, 4. 1 " -x 7 ' M' - ut ,f .', 4'-14" ' , ,: s' i-Y, 4. h', .1 ,,.:O- , : i , . : I, ,: ,,: .- CLASS IAMES ABRAM MCHENRY General Cheerleader 2 3 4 ELLEN IANE MCVICKER Commercxal GEORGE HENRY Moon? Academxc MARILYN VIRGINIA MooRE CommercIal Pro1ectIon1st 4 Io:-IN NICKLE Commerc1a1 Football 2 3 4 1 PETER MCFARLRND Commercial '- , 3 5 . . . ' . . IANEI' CECELIA MCKENZIE Dlstrlbuhve Educatlon OHN MILLAR Academrc OLIN CALVIN MoonY Commerclal Baseball 3 OWEN NOEL MORRIS Commercxal Projectlonlst 3 T hnty Seven HIY ,4 SlD,l,OK S., 4. I Basketball, l, 2, 35 Track, , 5 fl-1 MAYBELLE VIRGINIA NINE Commerclal ALLEGEWI 4 MARGARET O BRADEN Commerclal ALLEGEWI 4 Mirror ANNA DEVENE Onms Commerclal Choral Club 4 Chou' SwImmmg Club 1 2 CommercIa1 Glee Club 1 Chou 4 ALBERTA LEE PERDEW Academu: Thlrty Ezght 4 MILTON UENEII Nonms General CHARLES WILLIAM ORNDORFF Commercxal DONALD EUGENE PAUPE General Pro1eciIonIst 4 Band I 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 GEORGEANNA PEARCE Accxdemw Bcxskeiball ALLEGEWI 4 French Club 4 4 Band 2 3 2 Art Club 4 ' f l A 'A I , : ' . 3, 4. :gif V ' ' ' . I , . 2. 3. i JAMES PAYNE . . 1: , 2 Hi-Y, . 3. 4: , : E . A : . . , 4: C 4. . vi! A ffm: I , I I ' - I l J III. SS BURTON MARVIN Pocru. Academic History Club, 45 French Club RoI3I:N'I' PoLANn 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: En- Commercial Semblef 3' 4- Band, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 3, 4: Ensemble, 4. EVELYN Nom-aA PUESCHEL Academic CHARLES WILLIAM PUFI-'ENBARGER General Mirror, 3. BETTY PURINTON Academxc ALLEGEWI 4 MIrror ANNA MARIE RALEY H 3 4 Astr om Dlslnbutlve Educatxon Spmfislhfcl Tumbhng Club 1 2 uf X A! EVEl.fN MAXINIZ RALEY Academm: MIIIIAM RAN K General PAUL WILLIAM RANK COmmefClGl Football l Z 3 4 Tra lc LOUISE RECKLEY Commercxal cntlst complc fd lns re ecrrch of orally c1drnInIster I 5 n ulIn o JL nba p Q ThI pro,ect represented B ron Scarcn for ScIence Talent ThIrty Nme . : ' , i-Y, . : T " . . . . u I i , , . 7, I X. ' fly I lffqj I ff? ff 4 . Af . f , fb ,1 A . . , , , . : C . 1- ' ln March, Burton Pogf,-ll, our embryonic sci- 1lfl'5 lC'i1 Is, 's I 1I, COl'14Y.lJUflOK 'G 'lie 4 ,I ' I Izumi: LEE REGER Commerclal NoRMA Inxs REYNOLDS ACGd6mlC French Club 4 Choral Club Cholr 2 3 4 chestra l 2 3 Ensemble 3 4 EDWARD WILLIAM RHIND Dxstrxbunve Educahon WILDA ORLENA RIEEEY Commerclal ROBERT RITTER Commerclal Football 2 3 4 PAUL ALLEN ROBERSON Academlc Football 4 Baseball 4 Band l BETTY Lou ROBINETTE Academlc BERENICE YVONNE ROGERS Academxc ALLEGEWI 4 Mlrror 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Spanish Club 3 4 H1 ory Club 3 4 O K S MARGARET ANN RUPPENTHAL Academlc 3 4 cmd 3 Chesfrq 3 CHARLES RICHARD SCARLETT Commerclal C' Q In the spnng a young mans lancy but Why bother about that? Aprll scenes around the school were more conv1nc1ng than any old adage Forty RICHARD SCHINDLER Academxc Band 2 3 4 Orchestra THI:I.IvIII SHANER Commerclal ALLEGEWI 4 HI Y 3 4 As tronomy Club 3 4 S I D l Tumblmg Club 1 IOHN SHIRLEY I-Xcademlc Football 3 4 Band l WILLIAM SI-IROUI' Academxc Football l 2 3 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Glee Club 3 4 o1r 3 4 and l 2 chestra 2 D1:I.oRI:s SKELLY Commerclal JEAN SCHAEFPER Commerclal BR11"roN SHAI-'I-'ER IR ACGd6m1C Football 4 Basketball 2 3 Track 2 HIY 4 Glee Club 4 Cholr 4 Band 2 Orches tra Z MARY MAITLAND SHECKELLS Academlc Spamsh Club 4 IIIMI:s RICHARD SHOBER Commercxal Glee Club 2 Chou 2 IEANNE LOUISE SIZER Commerclal Tumblmg Club l Choral Club 12 4 Choxr 4 Band3 4 WWW Oln e W' SEVIUH WILLIAM DONALD SMITH ACQdemlC Football 2 4 BETTY IRENE SNYDER Commerclal ALLEGEWI 4 Track 1 WILLIAM BYRD STANLEY Commermal ALLEGEWI 4 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 4 Mrror 4 HIY 3 4 Band 1 3 Or hestra 2 ELENOR Loxs STINE AcademIc ALLEGEWI 4 Mxrror 3 HI Y 3 4 Spamsh Club 4 Choral ub 1 2 3 4 C RICHARD STROUP Commerc1al H Y 4 HELEN LOUISE SMITH ACUdeI1'llC rror 3 4 Spamsh Club 4 Hxstory Club 3 4 Choral Club 1 2 C ozr 2 3 4 IOSEPH HOWARD SNYDER Commerc1al WILMA LEE STEELE ACGdem1C ALLEGEWI 4 Mrror 3 4 Spamsh Club 4 HlSlOfY Club 34 Cho13Bad FRAN K ANDREWS STONE AcademIc Spamsh Club 4 Glee Club 3 4 Club 3 ADA CARSON STUMP Academw Folk Danc1ng 2 Band l 2 Forty Two Mi , , : Hi-Y, 2, 3. 4 . : I I . , , 3. 4. h ' , , , . li . : 'C .I : ' 2' I 5 - 13- , 2 i , . : 45 S. I, D., '15, Choral Club: l, 2, , 5 'l', 5 I1 , 3, 4. dl ' ,,,, , hloir, 2, 3, 4. ' i- , . IEAN TAYLOR Commercial RICHARD TROUTMAN Commercial Lois TWIGG Comm erclal CLARICE LEE WARNICK Commerclal HELEN MAE WELSH Academic ALLEGEWI 4 Spanish Club 4 Choral Club 2 3 4 Choir 34Bandl234Orcs t 1 2 3 4' Ensemble 3 4 WILLIAM EAnNEs'r SWAIM Commercial Football 2 4 Mirror 3 Art Club 2 WILLIAM THOMPSON Commerclal Football 3 4 Basketball 4 Baseball 3 4 IAMES PAUL Twtcs Academic Football 2 3 4 H Y 2 MARY CATHERINE VOGEL Academic ALLEGEWI Mirror Cheerleader 2 3 4 Basket b 1 Projechomst 3 S I 2 Tumbling Club Choral Club l 2 3 4 PHYLLIS NILENE WEBB Academic Spanish Club 4 O K S 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Ensemble 3 4 Q Throughout the year social functions filled many of our evening hours. Iunior-Senior Prom Hi-Y Dances and our own prom are highlights in our memories. Forty Three Fw. MARIE FRANCES WHETZEI. Commercial RICHARD WHITE General PAULA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Academlc 1-XLLEGEWI 4 Mlrror l 2 4 Cheerleader 4 Track Spamsh Club 4 LEONA CATHERINE WILT D1strIbut1ve Educatlon Tumbllng Club l 2 IAMES RUSSELL WINELAND General Track l Choral Club 3 Club 3 ChoIr 3 Glee GEORGE WHITE Distributive Education OHN MANN WILLIAMS Academrc Proye t1on1st 4 Astronomy Club Band 4 Ensemble 4 3 4 History Club 3 4 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 WALKER WILLS Commerc1al CommercIal GEORGE WILLIAM WOLFE Commerclal Projectxonlst 2 3 4 Band 1 Z 3 4 Or estra 1 Ensemble 4 Q And Iune brouaht commencement Wllh ltS oartmg of the ways when we left a school World for a new world May that school world leave Its memones and golden dreams wIth you May the Wlde world bId you welcome ana make them all come true Forty Four I .C..'.: ..: ,,: 1 ,- .:',..3, :I ,: ,1: . ll- LoUIs PAUL WINDEMUTH ,: ,: .,: Ch ,,2,3,4g ,. CLASS WILLIAM LAURENCE Woon IOHN YODER Accxdemlc General Prolectlomst 3 4 Football 2 3 4 HIY 4 Glee Cub 3 4 Cholr 3 4 MARY ELIZABETH ZAIS Lsnox' Mowsn Commerclcxl Geneffil ALLEGEWI 4 MJPQII M 48,055 Mfjfienlnr UffllIHI'S N COX VIcePres1dent IACK WILLIAMS Treasurer HELEN WELSH Secretary RICH ARD DEHART Presxdent cmd MISS MEYERS Adwser Forly FIV? I a ,. 1 I f ll 0 -f lug. THE CLASS OF 1946 Frrst Row left to rlght Bettxe Io Todd Barbara Blunk Dorothy Elder V1v1an Iudy Shxrley Wllson Rose Mane Grabenstexn Betty Iean Harper Eleanor Wcnn gold Lots Lazarus Buddy Campbell Douglas Daughtery Robert Brown M1lton Wertz Maurrce Whlteman Donald Emerson Second Row Robert Floyd Paulme Durant Margaret Moore Ada Romame Iean Small Greta Hersch Betty Cessna Lew1s Ketterman Earl Manseau W1n1 fred Stouffer Marlene Skelley Iean Schroyer Betty Sloan Eleanor Kelley Mar garet Lancaster Wanda Shobe Kenneth Flsher Dorothy Wxlls Helen Lew1s Thzrd Row Kathryn Schade Dorothy Mclntyre lone Rlce Herbert Smclcur Iohn Klme V1ctor Auvxl Robert Tabor Pete Dendr1nos Edward Sowers Harold Frtend Wllbert Robertson Bernard Srtter Iohn ORourke Edward Coffey Iames Young Nelson Warren Iames Lowell Ruth Iane Rlnker Frrst Row Ieit to rrght Paul Mouse Thomas Mclntyre Paul Ke1fer Vonc1lle Lohot Iune Hensel Vrrgmra Mtller Ioy Largent Dorrs M Dawson Ellen Newman Betty Cromwell Waneta Hunter Mary Io Klme Glen Whrtman Second Row Fred Keeiauner Audre Utz Ioan Hyde Rosemary OBaker Lennetta Gullxher Shrrley Tabler Mary Yost Rosalxe Yontarno Marvel Robertson Ieannme Shroyer Eva Evans lean Oglebay Arlene Wlll Waneta OBal-:er Hazel Borror Norma Raupach Delores Nee Claralene DeVore Cecxlxa Pou Freda Stevanus Lenore Lazarus Thxrcl Row Raymond Smlth Roger Crosby Lee Roy Mowers Iames NRC: FIOIICIS Mouse Burtxs Lxller Clarence Gorsuch Bruce Sm1th Arthur Fre Fmn Audrey Lew1s Dorxs F Dawson Phylhs Hlmmler Betty Iane Ifrnhaun I Brttner Evelyn Lmaburg Robert Keyser George Posselt T L f 4 Forty Srx I t , - , . , I I I I ' - .,,. I I I I I ' I I I I I ' - . , , , , - , . . , , - , . , . . . . ,.,,, , , . . . N, - , , , - . . . . . ' . X I gt . . Q A ' A. X 'N ' , Av .3 fa x N W " 1. ,' la' . f I Y Y 1 FFICEHS ll tlett president Harold C ad set eated Victor Auvil vice cI rJ secretary and Iames YoungJ e K ,jtjrrzn cab l ' L 'I Bishop, Theo First row left td right Berkey Smith Stanley dore Anderson Iames Hoover Ronald Ellis Robert Will Daniel Kerr Second row Eleanor Bradtield Sue Kamens Dolores Tuk Louise Davis Stanley Miller Edwm Fast Iohn Lighter Norman Kisamore Iennlngs Curry Robert Doty Anna Mae Poorbaugh Alice Iean Borgman Louise Neat Edna Hounshell Third row Saumie Ford Arley Canfield Herman Myers Ioseph Iohnson Margaret Beier Mary Meek Violet D1Ck9ThOOf Bonnie Clayton Naomi Chalfont lean Gaither Bettie Belt Doris Apsey Betty Blank Shirley Nichols Shirley Hershberger Ruth Ann Richards Wtlliam Kagy lean Heavner Fourth row Iohn Barton William Bartlett Glen Brant Iohn Bachman Iune Alday Edith Ann Doolittle Iane Auman Margaret Baker Lyndon Gump an Earl Knott Frank Coit Iames Radcliffe Iay Benem Iame Leader Ralph Bowman Paul lease ,,,4-1' LOWER GROUP First row left to rzght Sharleen Orndortf Anne Cook Treva Smith Ruth Walton Maxine Shaffer William Hart sock Taylor Carter Rlchard Dixon Allan Williams Larry Taylor Gene Files Hobart Ihle Sylvia Moreland Lois Smith Second How Virginia Gratehouse Betty Arm strong Dorothy Beckwith Bernice Friedland Charlotte Mc Cullough Edith Lewis Lucille Twigg Iune Smith Ger aldine Lewis Iane Huey Anna McG1nn Emma Iane Foley Dorothy Russell Irene Lewellyn 1 Lewis Zetta Sager Iune Leas Donald Humbertson Welch Hardman Third row Chaney Eugene Brant Edward Strock Robert Price Lee Stevens Ruthelda Sears Eileen Sweitzer Betty Perrell Margaret Calderwood Virginia Cunningham othy Hutcheson Lois Martin Barb ra Coleman Carol G11 in La ra Douthitt Betty Ruth Icme Dor Boch Ware f 5 ff Retha Crabtree 1 JK I Z' Forty Seven f K ,Ii I V ' A 1 f, L 4 f f I' rl . 'f' x,y K I ,gt ' J L uf T e X 1 g-Wi ' , ' 1 . i. l , I Qi j 7- ' ' , A - id fjx' .V WOIMM I , , 'N Q X , 1'-Y lv '. lt l I t 'l - " AX Wy F W s v lt . L N X B1 ,ltr y K X f 1 ' '41 ' , ' I hx N , lf " ' I I ' U f 4 P X K 1 gl I 5' ' I l I' ' I Madeline Klosterman, I I , I v I I ' - , ' , e, Sylvia Mitchell, Phyl is ', . -I 1 1 ' I I ' . . ' Q -Lee 7.8, , . Dll t. fl. Ax '.fJ4.T Q," 1 If o ' - f. A .,' Q 1, -,4 an an yo J 4 A f . fdiqg .- uw 6 5 , f . f 1 K 5 x , V ' B 'tn iw1"!'2? A ,f C' ' N ' .fx I V! ,X R tg - 4 F4 - B ,nie 0? y, R W L . First row, lett to right-Brace Hudson, Benny McNeil, Robert Davis, Donald Fuller, Robert Bucy, Kenneth Cubbage, Thomas Powers, Gene Shaw, Gilbert Storey. Second row-Virginia Borgman, Phyllis Harris, Marion Spier, Doris Davis, Mary Sherk, loanne Mathews, Shirley Wickard, Ie-an Bittinger, Marion Billings, Car- lotta O'Neal, Norma Murray, Ernest Screen, Robert Rogers. Third row-Patricia Anderson, Marian Warden, Mary Scott, Margaret Russell, Delores Fletcher, Raymond Sarver, Carolyn Brant, Helen Bowie, Elaine Diamond, Shirley Wilkin- son, Eleanor Tiley, Iean Klosterman, Barbara DeBouck, Ralph Lashley, Edward Grimshaw, Iohn Landenberger, Blair Lottig, Wildia Whetzel. Fourth row-Bernard Black, Lewis Walker, Peggy O'Neal, Lorraine Kompanek, Ann Martin, Katherine Bayne, Thelma Smith, lean Weires, Lois Ansel, Mary Richards, Dorothy Reed, Barbara Murray, Richard Taylor, Richard Clower, William Leonard, William Moomau, William Robertson, Richard Stump. First row--Iohn Nine, Sherman DeWitt, Russell Hilleary, Iack Klosterman, Stan- ley Green, Howard Peterson, Russell Livengood, Iohn Horn, Harland Moon, Harold Hartsock, Second row-Wayne Bucy, Harry Widows, Iohn Wagner, William Damm, Iohn Price, Ina Hughes, Marilyn Hershberger, Mary Louise Boyce, lean Lohr, Donald Schramm, Charles Baker, Iacquelyn Cassen, Ioan Dentinger, Iohn Mosser. Third row-Gwendolyn Fahey, Herbert Lease, Mary Liller, William Robertson, Helen Troutman, Imogene Murray, Dorothy Mathews, Margaret Moody, Kathryn Mauk, Doris Trenton, Mary Stroup, Maxine Stouffer, Mary Nolan, Shirley Iohnson, Marian Bebbear, Richard Iames, Orville Giles, Edward Reynard. Fourth row-less Connor, Iohn Eckart, Bernard Coberly, Virginia Martz, Mary Molinari, Esther Maphis, Beverly Smith, Lois Wenschoi, Helen McCormick, Ioy Flora, Louella Iones, Norma Schramm, Nola Barnard, Mary Porter, Alzine Al- bright, Mary Dawson, Ruth Humbertson, Virginia Duckworth, Marian Lewis. THE CLASS OF 1947 Forty Eight UPPER GROUP MIHHICKS Robert Everlme First row left to rrght Robert M ry Lou Lashorn Dorothene Poland Elarne Io Ann Robmson a Betty Taylor Charlene Cutrrght Margaret Shatter Brenneman Maxxne Brant Mary Wrlson Marrlyn Helskell ll en Lease Ray De Haven Donald l.ew1s Second ln Iune Weller Iean row Ioyce eeg Duron Frances Shlpe Lulu Hrte Annabelle Mc Browne Mary Wrnheld Lots Snyder Iune Gardner Ioan Snyder Mary Martrn Shlrley May Olzve Tressler Dor1s Whrte Shtrley Fuller Sarah Iane Lee Dolores Welsh M11 dred Lease Wanda Loeber Thzrd row Franklrn Radclttte Robert Smrth Llndbergh Cook Robert Rrchardson Kenneth Tressler Lawrence Wallrlch Iames Taylor Notley Barnard P gy Sheebe Mary Catherrne Drck Ann Cotter Bettre Frances Allen Clara W1ll Shrr eg Kemp Paula Fleckenstern ley Keyes Iean Fulk Katherrne Sell LOWER GROUP ckre Weaver Betty Fzrst row left to rrght Betty Colley Ia Ia Clayton Cormne Densock Norma Krle acquelrne McKenv1e Thelma Conner l Beckwlth Charlotte Iames Nlna Lee Maman Skelley Helene Kntp rs ne Eaton Gra e Eva Mane Logsdon Shank Second ve yn ow Lo1s Brant Wanda Yost enberg Dolly Raupach Margaret Cosgrove Ruth Lew arl Folk Wlllram Myers Ralph Dav1s Harry Rose Edgar Hounshell Robert Rohn Thomas Haythorn Thrrd row Lour a H nter Ruth Buckle Evelyn Rxtchey Suz C mbs Franklrn anne Ford Calv1n Dav1s Hlnze Robert Baker Iames Long Paul Buckholtz ney Eugene Mrller Bruce Anderson Gerald Breese Leroy Mlller Bennre Hartley Rosella Shawyer Ella Grace Myers Fourth row V1rg1n1a Krenhoter Waneta Robertson Ahce Coyle Iune Robmette Betty Small Lorrame Snow Robert Twrgg Olm Yoder Iames Van Meter Gerald Wrrght Fred Wrllrson Stuart Adams Iames German Donald D1ehl Earl Beal Robert Greaver Leo Prquett Wrlham Carson Claude Glass THE UFFIEEHS Lrndbergh Cook presrdent Iack Carney vrce presrdentg d rser Bruce Anderson treasurer and MISS Frnzel a v Rrchard Clower secretary l Forty Nme 1 ', ' ' x I ' f 7 1 1,1 5 - . ' W ' ' I 1 I 1 1 I 1 l , , 1 I 1 - ' 1 ' 1 1 - I ' l A 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' T - I 1 N- 1 I 1 I ' C0 6 1 1 A P 1 1 1 ' 1 - B hly, Ieanne Wenti g, , E 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' Kenzie, Laura ' ' ' - ' ' , ,' , ' nn Glass, Gloria u , , , - ' ' ' ' I , ' ' , Ierry Paxton, Roy o 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' , , , , Iack Car- A I I I I I ' ' I ' I ' ' ' ' i 4 ' I I I ' . . . W I I I I I A ' I I . I I . I ' ' V I I I ' ' ' . I I I I - I ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 I 1 l I 1 1 J 1 1 , . x9 as s up 19' First row, Iett to right-Everstine Mitchell, Iune Rodda, Betty Kilroy, Esta Marie Kerns, Rae Huster, Dorothy Hite, Frank Foster, Robert Digman, Micky Cunningham, Elva Mae Nesbitt, Ann Alderman, Betty Hinzman, Allan Macy, Alice Valentine, William Price. Second row- Robert Uncapher, Ioseph Kesecker, Mary Petenbrink, Charlynne Redlick, Iohn Twigg, Shirley Bittner, Barbee Sue Mansfield, Louise Sinclair, Dolores Somerville, Mazine Foley, Shirley Ritter, Selma Phitzenmayer, Iean Marquis, Virginia Sullivan, Marjorie Schade, Louise Mill- holland, Maxine Conrad, Ruth Layne, Iean Andrews, Sheila Doyle, Bernard Blake. Third row-Charles Piper, Thomas Hutcheson, Robert Rank, Harold Mower, Lee Dewitt, Donald Ort, Ierry Swan, Donald Green, Alpha Phares, Constance Cook, Barbara Bright, Patty Hend- ley, Ruth Burton, Elnora Troxell, Elizabeth Bete, Peggy Zeno, Harry Thayer, Alfred Erling, Eugene Porter, Mary Ellen Platt. First row, left to right-William Fuller, Iack Reynolds, Donald Lilya, Demo Carros, David Smith, William Smith, Ronald Schindler, Iohn Reuschel, William Zais. Second row-Mary Ellen Slite, Clara Iune Gilior, Iacquelin Barnett, Nancy Ballard, Shirley Tester, Virginia Haus, Betty lean Kight, Ioyce Fulk, Ruth Farrell, Alma Hardman, Virginia Hager, Betty Lou Gulick, Helen Bock, Beverly Wilt, Bertha Frost. Third row-Mary Lou VanMeter, Anita Wagner, Eileen Swauger, Evelyn Guthridge, Shirley Chappell, lane Warren, Elton Foreman, Robert Brenne- man, Robert Grimes, Iohn Simpson, Iohn Hinkle, Harry Taylor, Ray Huey, Ronald Sneathen, Iames McGregor, Robert Speicher, Iohn Biggs, Robert Rank, Harry Snyder, Robert Moyer, Fourth row-Audrey Fisher, Kathryn MacMannis, Ann Reynolds, Robert Iones, Curtis Stahl- man, Gwen Smith, Mary Shober, Nancy Smith, Shirley Tower, Ioanne Campbell, Dorothy Nies, Doreen Ashworth, Mary Bartlett, Vivian Smith, Dorothy Haines, Bettie Sue Myers, Alice Smith, Eloise Knott, Donald Snyder. Fifty THE UFFIIIEHS t Left to right-Mrs. McKenzie, Vivian 1 Smith, Georgia Huster, Betty Kilroy, Alice Valentine, Iohn Sprow, Ray Huey, and Harry Taylor. ' UPPER GROUP ' First row, left to right-Ronald Sterne, Guy Fleegle, Ronald Clites, Mervin Copp, Milton Lee, Dick Lowdermilk, Iames Iohnson, David Margolis, Wilbert Roberson, Vernon Cost, Troy Campbell. Second row-Eleanor Reynolds, Emma Lee Radcliffe, Patricia Cowgill, Bar- bara Gaff, Mary Everline, Phyllis Miller, Patsy Rae Reger, Alvin Drew, Nile Webb, Harry Taylor, Gregory Miller, Richard Mawhinney, Bernard McCarty, Marilyn Shaffer, Dolores Reger, Elizabeth Bow- man. Third row-Phyllis Mauck, Maxine Young, Dolores Spinetta, Mildred Stotler, Ioanne Yarnell, Ioyce Yarnell, Irene Grindle, Mary Lou Wilson, Shirley Wilkins, Margaret Winters, Harry Iohnston, Eleanor Durst, Flo Ann Claycomb, Peggy Tucker, Elizabeth England, Madeleine Miller, Thomas Iackson, lohn Sprow, Iack Martin, Ray Huey, Eloise Iewell, Iosephine Lewis. Fourth row-Vernon Beale, Henry Gardner, Fred Dusch, Donald McCoy, Beatrice Mansfield, Elaine Symons, Ruth Stevenson, Ida Shank, Virginia Morgan, Cor- rine Smith, Louise Darrow, Mary Hardin, Iacquelyn Miller, Anna Mae Coleman, Robert Smith, Ioseph Varner, Millard Bolyard, Patsy Rice. LOWER GROUP First row-Iames Garton, Gwendolyn Brant, Doris Winfield, Georgia Huster, Shirley Krauss, Iane Lee Pownall, Mary O'Baker, Betty Shanholtz, Florence Hartley, Louella Whetzel, Doris Hitchins, Shirley Day, Rosemary Everstine, Dora Lowery, Norma Beale, Donald Largent.Second Row-Calvin Ruehl, Iames Poland, Kyle Grahame, William Hartman, Leon Shaffer, Wanda Bridges, Inez Rice, Catherine Aennie, Barbara Flesher, Ieannine Miller, Ella Longerbeam, Ethel Eaton, Betty Van- Meter, Betty lckes, Donna Reed, Laverne Payne, Clenna Chappell, Nancy Beard, Margaret Glime, Letty Lichty, lean Fichtner. Third row-Cloid True, Delmar Winner, Robert Stuckey, Betty DeVore, Iucmita Clites, Grace Kiier, Gloria Varner, Betty Keplinger ,Fay Emerick, Shirley Wagner, Iune Whittaker, Ieaneen Hartley, Dolores Dutz, Leona Will, Louise Lapp, Iuanita Wiland, Iune Nixon, Ioanne Aman, Ioseph Bennett, Eugene Cunningham. Fifty One df me ZZ"JM' ,G ffwg THE CLASS OF 1949 Frrst row left to rrght Iacquellne Lohr Francrs Knlght Ruth Rahn Nancy Przce Clarence Deetz Harry Smlth Roy True Harry Iohnson Donna Garland Sue M111 holland Robert Relnhart Glenn Ryan Edward Landefeld Betty Remhart Mary Hager Second row Nancy Claycomb Charlotte DeW1tt Vlfglnld Steele Ger aldlne Custer Ioan Moore Shtrley Bane Betty Hlnes Rlchard Barnett Clarence Hook Rlchard Iamtson Lloyd Getson Della Fulton Myrna Mace Ioan Smlth H1lda Hadley Charles Bucy Wllham Davts Rex Mxller Wesley Abrams Gay lord Brooks Thrrd row W1ll1am Colley Oscar Leasure M1ldred Shroyer Iune B1ttner Patty McGee lean Burkett Betty Io Dum1re Iune Dawson Mae Albrtght Wllma Rutherford Mary Leasure Barbara Walrlch Harrlet Ellason Iean Snyder Lo1s Young Charles Fltzenmayer Allen Ltller Glenn Goff Robert See Paul Monahan Frrst row left to right Paul Lanham Stanley Perdew Iohn Klmmel lack McNe1ll Iohn DeVault Dale Mclntyre Donald Dlcken Robert Keel Wrlham Frsher Bobby Iohnson Ned Clopton lack Gardner Iames Ruehl Iames Iudy Allen McGraw Second row Lo1s Butner Betty McHardy Dorothy Nlckel lack Connor Wtlham Kennedy Charles Leslle George Paulus Wlllldm Lester Donald Glbson Paul Rtnker Charles Gorsuch Iohn Calderwood Charles Snow Io Ann Sand bower Geraldtne Phares Nancy Largent Thzrd row Patsy Raley Mary Conner Martha Dorsey Marlorte Ann Danlels Norma Bucy Dorls Messman Marxan McKenty Mary Lear Lllzabeth Long Lo1s Warmck Paulme Patton Theresa OBaker Rtta Ntne Shlrley Weaver Loulse Lowery Thomas Andrews Iohn Hale Wayne Geary Davld Monahan Iames Owens Fourth row George Scarlett Mary Straw Barbara George Shirley H1Ck Wllllam Hershberger 'iarles Sulltvan Martln Mull Raymond Small Louls Caldwell Iohn Vernall Gene Lutz Wrlltam Larry Harold Sears Patrrcla Combs Theodorls Luztr, Dorothy Thompson loan Iackson Genevleve Boor Ol1ve Ward F1fty Two 1 "" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - "' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 vi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - THE UFFIIIERS W1ll1am Larry Wxlmah Rutherford Donald Crabtree Glenn Gott Mrs Shlres Ioseph Couch Lours Cald well Charlotte Gardner and Wesley Abrams UPPER GROUP First row Iett to right Francls Thom Robert Mendelsohn W1ll1am Balley Iames Goldsworthy Robert Ogllvle Iack Iones Margaret Malcomb Ronelda Smxth Iuanlta Shrrley Mary Ann Lewrs Ioan Cessna Robert Gull k Edward Carter Ioseph Eady Robert Hammersmlth Roby Beall Paul Cowg1ll Second row Dale Perdew Dale Blttner Iames Baldwln Rlchard Moyer Tom Bur ton Barbara Long Thelma Russell Catherlne Rumer Senor Robmson Patsy Everett Dorothy Flsher Hllda Wartzack Lols Hexshman Betty Wenschhof Mar 1or1e Barnard Patrlcla Zars Donna lean Payne Donald Smlth W1ll1am Yeager Edward Blggs Molly Pltcher Third row Yancey Shatter Charles Landenberger Charles Smlth Charles Easton Donald Emerlck Theodore Wlnebrenner Iay Kidder Robert McKenz1e Catherln Andrews Mabel Murray Iuanlta Blank Charlotte DeW1tt Bonnie Franklln Ioanna Hupp Beverly Pogell Iosephme Kompanek Hllda Stump Rena Portmess Charles Prckerlng LOWER GROUP Frrst row left to rzght Ronald Lrvengood lames Burkett Gene lewell Donald Bryner Charles Nash Iohn Kelso Garret Swearmger Carroll McNe1l Arnold Pollng lack Gardner Donald B ckwxth Iohn Emertck lack Krelllng Leona Klme Gordon McG1nn Paul Dlgnan Ruth M Cormxck Shlrley Blngman Shrrley Gray Phyllxs Zembower Carol Matthews Dorxs Smlth Ruby Rosley Thlrd row Glenn Davls Fred Iames Iohn Snelson Ianet Wallace lames Steven on Eleanor Huffman Betty Robertson Ianet Wrlklnson Nan Ellen McCullough Eugene Stucky WCIYIIG Grove Donald Crabtree George Schoenadel Paul Lease Roy Burley Helen Will Elma LEWIS Glor1a DIXOH Mary Iane Walton Fourth row Iack Dawson Harold Moon Iames Kellar Harvey Smzth Susan Dlehl Donna Sue Foley Catherxne Savage Shlr ley Lohr Charlotte Garletts Colleen Yoder Lou Ann Wrrght Dolores Robertson Betty Gar ton Hazel Marks Margaret Brotemar kle Alverta Plnehart Vera Best wrck V1rg1n1a Smtth lack Geary Fermon McClellan Frtty Three I I - 1 1 I ' . if ' I I - - - I 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1 C 1 W I I I l - 1 1 1 1 , I I I I I I P 1 1 1 1 1 I ' vi I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . l D 1 - ' I 1 1 1 1 I ' . l ' . ' . . , , e 1 1 ' M.1b ' lack Grubb. Second row-Betty Lou Drlver, Darlene Fleegle, Doris Hardln, Charles Koelker, Harvey Marks, Robert 1 UIQ. 1 1 3 . 1 l A 1 I 1 I ' I ' W I - I I I S ' I 1 - I U 1 ' ' 1 1 1 ' ' V U I I ' ' . .. I , .1 ' ' . I , I , 1 ' ' 5 ' ' , t 1 ' ., . 1 I I I ' - . I . . I . A , , 1, ff ' . K X we' I 'fl ' . f 1 S, Y . N Y .S '.. Fzrst row left to Hgh! Ioan Barnard Vxolet Glass Ann Mae F1rey Shlrley Lauder Peggy Cooper Helen Owens Wanda Brant Dorls Dusch Carole Iones Vlrgtma Carder Iack W11k1ns Iames Raupach Benlamln Shaffer Perry Edmlston Charlene Payne lack Evans Second row Fayette Iohnson Iames Northcraft Elxzabeth Strawser Geraldme Smxth Ronald Whrtacre Howard Brode Charlene Hare Barbara Brown Delores Sanner Patr1c1a Phllltps Harold Valentlne Iohn Whetzel Bobby S1ncla1r Gene Stanley Kenneth Glass Harold Crabtree Iacquelme Stutz man Eddte Iacobs Robln Colllns Leonard Emertck Third row Robert Duck worth Leroy Davrs Anna Haenftlmg Wlllldm Leasure Paul Lowery Vlctor Grove Charles House Ioseph Rcuth Donald Wnght Paullne Swede Leona Twxgg Iosephlne Metz Davld MGph1S Rrchard Iohnston George McKenz1e Ira Smtth Evelyn Slmon Lee Ioy Gratehouse Gary Layman Barbara Mlchael ROXIS Shryock Sylvla Mlller Donald Teeter Albert Tase Gerald Campbell Ronald Smlth W1ll1am Hlser Marcla Hxlton Ianet Wllson Emma Llller Second row Frank Smlth Paul Goetz lack Roblnette Wxlllam Brrchard Frankhn Kerns Wllharn Hunter Catherme Morton Barbara Fulton Iacquelyn Cunnmgham George Keldel Iohn Harper Ronald Hoelzer Ion Mlllen son Wllllam Tlmmons Iohn Mrllenson lack Manstleld Ioseph Mxller Rtchard Beale Gordon Swan Iacquelme Hxmmler Iean Iames Thxrd row Hugh Browne Iohn deCoux Thomas Alderman Eugene Iames Carolyn Bowxe Ol1v1a Yancey Edlth Sweene Ioan Herath Dolores Thomas Ioyce Plke Lo1s Purlnton Carolyn Ryan Mary Keyser, Ioann Boden Ioan Macbeth Alene B1ll1ngs Louls Everstme Alvln Storey THE CLASS OF 1950 Fxlty Four I A . 1 1 l , I l . . I I 1 I . I . I I I - I 1 , , I I I I 1 I I I , , , I ' I . I . I . . I I . ' I n I . I . I . I - I I I . . l . I . I , , , . First row, left to right-Ioseph Butler, Iohn Gallen, Dolores Howe, Alice Snyder, . I . , . . , I I I ' I I I I I I I . I . I I I . - I I . I I ' I i I I I I I I . . I I I I . . I . . I 454 LOWER GROUP First row, Jett to right-Pauline Likens, Teresa Crltes, Helen Lanham, Richard Adams, Bernard Martin, Fred Glftord Grindle Samuel Roblnette, Richard Fox Parlser Budd Kirk Comer Earnes' Llller Walter Glass Rodney Shirley Lxvengood Second row Io Ann Stangel Nancy Barley Dons Hartley Mary Ellzabeth Erl1ng Io Anna Rrce Helen Renme Iane Wlddows Iames Wxlhams Warren R an Regma Easton Iacquellne Cosgrove Glorra Cozad brlnk Geraldlne Starkey Eleanor Maryann Yarnall Greta Hacks lames Welsh Martha Clauson Dorxs Landenberger Patrlcra Sheckells Rrchard Flanagan Iames Yoder W1ll1am Martm Robert Hutcheson Dolores Vernall Dolorrs Sluss Wendell Gross Fred Dlxon Rae Klme Dorothy Schnelder Marllyn Kelly Donald Border Ronald Naugle Thomas Olgebay Ehzabeth Hxlbert MardellRxgg1ns Fourth row Irene Valen ttne Dons Robmson Mane Sowers Ruth Delawder Don ald Beegley Guy Hunter Rtchard Landenberger Wtlham Doub Dorothy Schnetder Shlrley Hensley Ruth Hersch Betty Boor Rlta Wxant Walter Prlce Iames Stotler The nffllIHI'S ht Grlthn Tyree Wan H9 Left to rrg S ley Sue Cunnt Htnes Gene tan ham Mlss Harrls advrser Em Dorothy Sh Llller Wtllram Leasure tzer and Charles Young UPPER GROUP Frrst row left to right Emtlle Doyle Peggy Kmppenberg Dorls Rosenberger Shirley Leonard Rlta Davxs Ruth Lybarger Elleen Haselberger Don Schade Edward Hartsock Charles Bur orsey lack Burkett Mary Payne Patrlcxa Kllroy Bruce Ptexffer Robert Fox Wanda Hxnes Wlgger Blllxe Blame Morton ley Dale D Borst Second row Iames B Thomas Metz Dale Teddy Bear George Leyh Iack opp Wlll1CIH1 Dawson Iames Deetz ' i , Al Pt. ' it , 4 . , P 1 .J sxf I W - - I I I I I I - I 1 - - I - I 1 I K ' I ' 1 I 1 1 U ' I . ' . - I h' I . 1 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 , ' ' I . . . . , , Y 1 , , I Osbourne, Rodella Peten ' , ' , ' ' ' ' , ' . Third row-Dale Smith, Kesecker. Griffin Tyree, ' ' . , I. . . A , B ldwin, Duke Marley, Iames Hiser, Donald Beal, ' ' .' ' ' , , , Norman , , , . ,. . . . 1 1 I 1 . 1 U ' L ' ' ' I I I I - - W I I - - - ' I I - - A I . I , I . 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' - - . , , . . , . . I - D I - l I , - , . , , . , . , , - I . - . . I dc Edward a Herman LEWIS Paul McGregor Charles Young 1 Browne Glorra Norms Messman Phll xp Everhne Ava K tts Bob Lookabaugh Brooke Ben Thnd row Bobby no e OBaker Georgla Brown s nett Sondra Schmdler Florenc Ramona Dyche B1ll1e lean Yutzy Loutse Swayne Charle Troxell Norman Osbourne Roy Perrell Btlly Foster Ron ald Owens George Ienkxns Charles Fox IHC 61' Frlty Fzve If mamj my fu, 722.152 ,0,ZQf,UfQkQM U i .,f,,,,., O ION! 1316 ALLEGBWI Joe, ooo0oooo, Q A o o o warms EVER You' A ALLEGMH mon :mr oven rar: worm 4 A "f""'! 1 OLD HOKE TOWN UIBERLAHD ID ICE SDYS SWAN! naar Joe, deer old course, fellows, are in touch boys and SBI' The fine job had to mein 1 already return as nossible a few gaps :X This ha nresidential prominent men ever to the r baseball tool mayor league Louis teams it hard to r The swooned rolling up Well Joe 1 guess ease tune in for the coming your way soon and we just wanted you to know tt !',,,-"If,--f .,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,ff-ffffffll , X things at xsual f out you where you to Keep s in her tOW!1 the 81908 the Why CD15 longer the the Kids s en your home as much re may be the everal very A lost for oothell and in the both St would make 5 still e fellows are or this time which will be aren't forgotten Yours for Victory, THF ALLEGEWI if l l lil r r rf. P, I T ww" T U ' o . Q O RE Sen .fs mf-.5 V I ' X ' an.n.wwn5 iii HB y Y I YLY v ir 7' "" 'A C lDanj . 4 e . o ' . ..,.,. t X we ff is ow re iii . MLV1' -4- - ' ,t . ,if 3 ' A, - ' A y . f . , V3 xg V e r 4 o 1 -. ,i -- ' X X Pl l 0 I M - . , . 7 J X 111 'r i y .U ., f MES LX cfm' ft? '7L" W 1 Frist row Bruce Anderson Wallace Harper Iohn Cox Ronald Durst Second row Coach Bowers Iohn Dlamond Manager Robert Price Thomas Burns Wllllam Bartlett Vtctor Auvll Iohn Yoder Iohn Nlckle Iame Twtgg Llndbergh Cook Wxlllam Stanley 'Eugene Brant Rtchard DeHart Welsh Hardman Thzrd row W1ll1am Hartman Edward Reynard Iames Radcllffe Dan Kerr Wxlham Swarm Iohn Hast Stanley Blshop Ohn Yoder Iohn Shlrley Robert R1tter Berkey Smlth Danlel Iohnson Robert Tabor Wlllxam Thompson Herman Myers Thomas Powers Glen Brant Wllbert Robertson Iohn Bachman Russell Lxvengood Paul Rank Fourth row Iames Cecll Iohn Khne Gllbert Storey Leroy Mower Saum1e Ford Gene Martln Thomas Iamlson Gene Shaw Frank Colt Iames Taylor W1ll1am Fuller Iames Powell Russell Hllleary Harold Frlend Iohn Eckhart Richard Clower Howard Peterson Robert Rxchardson lack Klosterman Mllton Lee Robert Roblnson Here Ioe IS the story ot our football season Our dream of bu1ld1ng a gr1d1ron em p1re was shattered early 1n the season when I 11 gs? vlp 'O 9 Yo, Our Campers opened the 1944 sea son on September 22 when they unverled a mod1t1ed versron of the T format1on agalnst Somerset H1gh 1n the Pennsylvama c1ty The 27 0 score was not the only th1ng ln our favor as the team l1ved up to a h1gh e season rattng The Pennsy lads were pletely lost 1n attemptmg to stop Cox Harper and Stanley OUR TEAM Bartlett R E Auvll RT Yoder R G Nlckle C Twlgg LG Cook LT Stanley L E Harper QB Durst R H B Anderson F B Rank L H B F Ltty Ezght powerful Bubbles Wh1teman and ten other men roared to a g1or1ous tr1umph for Fort H111 H1gh School The score was 13 6 and tcppled Allegany from the ranks ot e unbeaten We scored our lone touchdown 1n the last quarter when after advanc1ng the ball l1llyl1Ve yards 1n tlve downs Cox h1t pay d1rt but h1s klck for the extra polnt ta11ed . .. , , ,111 X I , ' f f f I f , , X ,f J ' , , , . 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Out to avenge the one defeat thus far we held a held day at the ex pense of Ridgeley High School and won our third contest by a 25 O score The boys from across the pond were unable to set up any effectlve defense against second and third stringers cmd we scored at will with Burns domg most of the ball toting Inspired by the crush 1ng victory over Ridgeley the Blue and White add ed another game to our e 7 THE RECORD Somerset Fort H111 Ridgeley Hagerstown Keyser La Salle Charlestown La Salle Martlnsburg Fort Hill They famous end runs became our hero in add1ng up our 3912 score In what al most developed into mas sacre of the Irlsh Ander son was ably assisted by Iohnson DeHart and Harper Allegany traveled to Charlestown to defeat the Purple Panthers Outhght 1ng them 1n every stanza of the game the fighting Alco gndmen power housed the Panthers for twenty polnts 1n the sec ond and third periods list of w1ns by defeat1ng Hagerstown High 32 6 This game marked our opening 1n the C V A L competition During the first quarter Allegany was kept busy on the defensive For the f1rst score 1n the second quarter Iohnny Cox completed a pass to Stanley and 1n two more plays Durst In four plays the Maroon and Gray struck back and scored a touchdown Then Speed Durst broke loose for a seventy three yard touchdown sprint the longest run of the sea son and started our v1ctory parade Rank added two and Harper one touchdown as Cox kicked two from placement to complete our scoring Our model T rolled into and over Key ser in a Whirlwind collision of two great machines The damage started on the f1rst kick off when Colonel Cook caught Trenum in the safety zone and we had two points Our next score came in the second quarter when Anderson h1t pay territory From then on we did 1ust about as we pleased with Nickle and Yoder outstanding on the defense and Cox and Rank doing the scoring to reach a final count of Z2 0 The La Salle Explorers cannonadlng aerials all over Fort H111 Stadium almost caught the Campers but Anderson with his while the Charlestown crew made their only tally 1n the final period Continuing to show late season improve ment the Campers defeated the fighting Irish 27 U 1n the1r second game This put Allegany rn second place in the 1ntra city contest Harper opened the scormg and too much around playing throughout the f1rst half Taking the place of 1n1ured Wally Harper who was thrown out of the remaining games by receiving a broken law Durst sandwiched two between Harpers and DeHarts scores Coxs toe was worth three points on kicks from placements Inspired by the crushing defeat of La Salle the Blue and White team reached its zenith of performance for the season in de feating the Martinsburg team In the f1rst quar ter Martinsburg took a seven point lead ln the second perlod Anderson Went around left end a dlstance of thirty one yards to score Cox s k1ck tied the score Cox scored a second touch down on a quarterback sneak play after a prolonged susta1ned drive down the f1eld Alco added another touchdown on a pass Cox to Stanley galloping thirty yards to the goal line Fllck and Thornburg proved to be dangerous opponents but the Blue and White were 1ust too powerful for the West V1rg1n1ans Cox scores a touchdown in the Thompson recelves cz pass from Cox has lust klcked Cm BXUU P first Fort H111 game Price xn the La Salle game U1 lhe LG S0119 game Fifty Nme oint - . u - W - I - , 27 U u ' ' ' 1 6 ' 13 '. ' ' 25 ' O 32 5 ,' ' . ' 22 O . ' 39 12 . . . 20 7 D ' - - I 27 U ' ' , 19 ' 7 , I ' ' . . . j ' 6 ' crossed the goal line to give us a 6-0 lead. credit cannot be given to him for his all- f f ? A , , I f 9 c 1 5 g 6 M ' ,Q 43 . fs , V b .16 hm ,, ' X if M ' RQ 3 Q W U M ' 1 2 L 5 fy 5 i ' g 5 it 2 ff' g E Q 2 'W 3 W, , WK , as W jx. 55.44 , i S I z .-" W1N'W Q' v . If K mf if if ky BTL ff in 1 W , 'H O Q Q 5 F i 1 qfxvaf I 1" f 92, 1""' .42 fr is sa, :nw ,rf Rh- 5 mm, in-f I-'gi 51115 5 Q rm L sw, , f . Q 'fig i --Xml 1 y 'Q W ke: WWQ A, in ' l gf g.,,.,,. . 4 uf. 3 4 ,I gh , a 3, Q Q R -Q I M' fi 14 f - WN. mga 1 V , ,, 'gf 1 -..- 15? 1 T HHEY DAY GAME Allegany s well equrpped team hrt the herghts of local gr1d1ron greatness on Thanks grvlng Day chnchmg the C V A L champron shrp and forclng a tre for C1ty honors Wllh a thr1111ng 7 6 v1ctory over rugged flghtrng Fort H1ll before s1x thousand fans rn the stadrum In the th1rd quarter Fort H1ll made the hrst score when Whrteman Went off rrght tackle from the srx yard l1ne to carry the prgskxn ove the goal l1ne The unexpected happened when our 11ne opened a hole for Iohnny Cox who The Campers h1t pay d1rt rn the last per1od The dr1ve Was a serres of end runs by Cox rn terspersed W1th power plays by Durst and An derson Anderson made the touchdoizvn As our 11ne held Cox krcked the extra pomt and we won 7 B Mr Webster msrsted that a Imx d1d not wxn the game He gave credit to eleven men durmg our vrctory celebratron Sxxly One Whrteman IS about to be stopped by Cook Twrgg and Bartlett Cox prvot passes ball to Durst we march down the held 1 . . kk . . . 4 ' . . . ,4 . . . . r blocked Whiteman's kick for the extra point. y be f ... l l l , on a ' , US on "Bill" Bowers, director of athletics and toot- ball, basketball, and baseball coach. A man who has wholeheartedly led an army ot young men to physical well-being. ARD hit by graduation losses, man- power shortage, and lack ot reserve ma- terial, Coach Bowers found himself opening the season Without the services of tour of last year's regulars. In fact, Iohnny Cox was the only member of the Whole squad who could claim any appreciable amount of previous high school basketball experience. SHETB LI. Yet, with this lack of experienced play- ers, Coach Bowers-the miracle man- welded together another winning combin- ation and easily won another W. M. I. league championship. Not a single con- test was lost in league competition. Cox, Stanley, Shaw, Bachman, Diamond and De Hart were outstanding members of the squad. Despite the winning of the W. M. I. League banner and their fine, quick-break- ing style of play, the Allegany quint tell prey to the more experienced LaSalle com- bination twice in the city series and, there- by, for the fourth straight year, saw the Explorers crowned City Champions. THE SQUAD WITH Fzrst row W1ll1Gm Stanley Robert Prlce Kenneth Cubbage Rtchard De Hart Iohn Cox Iohn Dramond Wx111am Thompson Welsh Hardman Mgr COACH BOWERS Second row Herman Myers Glen Brant Thomas Powers Russell Hllleary Iohn Bachman Iohn Yoder Damel Iohnson Iames Radclttte Gene Shaw and Thomas Iamtson We SCHEDULE They Somerset Ex Htgh Keyser Rtdgeley Barton Bedford Central Bruce Fort H111 LaSalle Keyser Barton Central Bruce Westmont Beall Fort H111 Rmlgeley LaSalle Somerset 32 Westmont UPPER PICTURE An exctttng moment rn the Central game as both teams walt for a rebound LOWER PICTURE Gene Show trtes for a basket from a dtftl cult angle Dodm wo Stxty Three 23 30 30 - ' 25 27 39 44 ' 37 43 26 38 32 38 23 31 26 48 Beall 29 29 ' 22 36 45 30 28 55 34 41 38 41 21 40 37 49 29 41 ' 30 48 ' 27 33 41 50 45 34 THZUVI H!-XL SUFTHALI. Intramural sports tor the l944 45 campa1gn brought probably the best talent IH many a year as all classes ln the Iumor Hlgh School grades battled once agarn rn the much d1sputed 1ntramural race Here are prctured trve Charnpronshrp teams from the many tourna ments EIGHTH GRADE Fxrst row left to rzght Glen Ryan Edward Landefeld Charles Bucy Wrlham Da v1s Second row Gaylord Brooks Wesley Abrams Thzrd row Rxchard Iamx son Ned Clopton Robert Keele Donald Dlckens EIGHTH GRADE Left to rzght Mar1or1e Ann Danlels Io Ann Sandbow Nancy Largent Betty McHardy Geraldme Phares Martha Dorsey Marlan Mc Kenty Norma Bucy Mary Straw Lo1s Butner Szxty Four , . , , I . Earl Bruce, Robert Iohnson. , . ef, I THLETIES nnnl3E BALL SEVENTH GRADE First I-ow, left to right-Charlene Hare, Shirley Lauder, Virginia Carder, Anna Mae Firey, lacqueline Stutzman. Second row--Pat Phillips, Barbara Brown, Wanda Brant, Evelyn Simon, Sixty Five ALL STARS or1al.l Wriaht Victor Grove Glisan or er Donald Emerick Paul Low ery Paul Monahan Charles Easton First row Duke Marley Charles Yourg Herman Lewis lack Burkett Second row Blaine Morton Thomas Metz lame Deetz Third row Rich ird Varner Wesley Bartlett George I nkins Paul McGregor D I . 1 A P 2 , ' , - l t i E I ' SEVENTH GRADE , . . 1 . Q ,T ff I -X J 4 i fj 1 J if NL J Q C. ,Aff M " "QQ Q, ZJQLL gf: X N fx JA in .ff X ET PUBL fllleqewl recording a years activities in a wartime high school the Allegewi has not lacked material We have tried to portray the events as best we could Withm our limitations BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING STAFF Seated left to right Mar Catherin omes argaret OBraden Virginia Gardner Standing Roma Iohnson Mary Elizabeth Zals Wilma Lee Steele Iean Schaeffer Advertising Manager Business Manager Circulation Manager URSULA BUCK! THELMA SHANBR PAULA WILLIAMS Sixty Eight I In . , . . . . - . . : , " - y ' e Vogel, Ruth Laber, Louise Burton, Paula Williams, Yvonne Rogers, Elizabeth H l , M ' , ' ' ' . A - . irst Class T I U Hnunr Hating A 1944 Edrtor BARBARA IANE KITZMILLER Associate Ed1tor THEODA Lm: KOMPANEK The volume IS d1v1ded 1nto f1V9 books and each d1v1s1on page IS desrgned to convey one of the f1VG phases 1nto Whlch Allegany hte may be d1v1ded Innovatlons have been added such as the l1St of graduates rn the armed serv1ces the xllustrated senxor class h1story through the senlor sectlon and the 1nd1v1ducrl p1ctures of the faculty nn Hemrlch Wllma EDITORIAL STAFF Seated Iett to nght Ioyce Everlme Patncla Dumxre Evelyn Lashley Mary A Lee Steele Georgeanna Peare Mrldred Cramer Helen Welsh Standing Lors Stme Mary Knott Wrmtred McCloskey Dor1s Barnard Iacquelyn Lamm Iames Cook Donna Mathews Germame Margolrs Maybelle Nme Regma Frad1ska Betty Atkms Betty Snyder Srxty Nme . .. . . u 11 ... . . 1 . 1 1 . , . :- ' 1 1 1 - ALIIUHI MIHHUH Scoops, deadlines, last minute rushes, news, jokes, latest "'crushes"- go to make the Alcohi Mirror a success- ful high school newspaper. Published bi-weekly, Allegany's stream-lined newspaper records the pulse beats ot our school-lite through its interesting accounts of both curricu- lar and extra-curricular activities. The Mirror, tor the fourth time, was awarded Medalist rating at the Col- a, umbia Scholastic Press Association meeting EVELYN LASHLEY DONNA MATI-news Editor Managing Editor GERMAIN1-: MARc.oLIs GRETA Hanson Associate Editor Business Manager Seated left to right Paula Williams Mary Ann Heinrich Patricia Dumire Theoda Lee Kompanek Doris Iean Barnard Winitred McCloskey Germaine Margolis Ioyce Everline Standing row two Ruth Laber Richard DeHart Lila Foster Ursula Bucki Miss Murray adviser Wilma Lee Steele Yvonne Rogers Helen Smith M1ss Livesay assistant adviser Mildred Cramer Row three-Iames Cook Kathryn Schade Alice Borgman Carola Allen Willlam Stanley, Mary Knott Roma Iohnson William Swcnm Iean Gaither Seventy I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . rfffk T I, Mi JJJMWQ6 ASTHUNUMY WW EL B Seated Iett to rrght Shrrley Wrlkmson Ruth Ann Rlchards Iackle Loar MISS Myers adviser Wmlfred McCloskey Evelyn Lashley Donna Mathews Standmg Dorothy Elder Kathryn Schade Kenneth B1ShOP Iames Cook Leonard Ferrone Thelma Shaner Herman Myers lack W1ll1UInS Blalr Lottlg Ahce Iecm Borgman Ioyce Everlrne The stars at mght are b1g and bnght 1S perhaps the theme song t th1s popular extra curr1cular club The group meets b1weekly to study stars constellatlons and plan ets At each meetlng reports on late d1scover1es 1n astronomy and the fascmatlng astronomtcal mstru ments are glven Practrcal rnstruc tlons 1n the use of the Harvey Ob servatory and sl1de rule are glven by the advlser Mrss Meyers dunng the year Each member has become an adept Seeker for Wlsdom Wlthm fhe THE OFFICERS Ioyce Everhne treasurer Donna Mathews vzce president lack Wxlllams president mysterles of our celestral un1verse Thelma Shaner secretary Seventy One I X 1 ff? 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The tenets of the Boys H1 Y are clean speech clean scholarsh1p clean sportsmanshlp and clean l1v1ng Each member IS selected because of h1s leadersh1p energy and sense of respons1b1l1ty to school and soc1ety How eff1c1ently these boys have demonstrated these excellent tra1ts IS apparent from the1r successes 1n the1r var1ed act1v1t1es They are responslble for the Thank., W1ll1am Bartlett Rxchard DeHart and Q1V1UQ DUY football program for usnenng Gt the game Peter McFarland arrange the layout f th Th k D F tb ll pilgmin on sgwmg GY OO G to the school and a sell appornted hosts to new students and v1s1tors Frrst row left to rrght Iames Tw1gg Iohn Nlckle Gene Martm R1chard Stroup George Moody Mr Sherwood Welsh Hardman W1ll1am Wood Blalr Lottlg Paul Roberson Rrchard Clower Second Durst W1ll1am Stanley Thomas Burns W1ll1am Flrey Thrrd row W1lllGm Bartlett Edward Ienkms Eugene Brant Robert Prlce Rlchard DeHart Earl Knott Herman Myers Clenn Brant Fo.1rth row Iames Rctdcllfte Peter McFarland Noyes Powers Thomas Iamlson Stanley Blshop V1ctor Auvll THE OFFICERS Seated Paul Roberson treasurer and Mr Sherwood advrser Standmg Kenneth B1shop chaplam Iames TWIQQ presrdent W1ll1am Stanley vrce presrdeni and Ronald Durst secretary Seventy Two - D I . . 1 , S - . . . l row-Wilbert 'Robertson, Iohn Yoder, Paul Goldsworthy, Iienneth Bishop,' Britton Shatfer,' Ronald xl D 5 x, D 1 'Hmmm 'W eq uw '1 " 'rx ' 53 3121 tt? ft, ' fl 1 in 11 tw -T5 1 -i , , 1 E at we 1 1 To create, maintain, and extend through- out the school and community, high stand- ards of Christian character is the purpose of the Girls' Hi-Y. The members attain the purpose of the organization through their participation in the required activities of church attendance, collecting food and money for the poor. ushering at the Community Forums, Red Cross projects, and the maintenance of a scholastic average of not less than C. The social life of its members IS catered to by sponsoring skating parties an alumni tea the annual Mother Daughter Ban quet and the Girls H1 Y dance UPPER PICTURE Shirley W1lson Dorothene Poland Vivian Iudy and Shirley Hershberger arrange one of the boxes for the White Thanksgiving LOWER PICTURE The president Georgeanna Pearce confers with the other officers Helen Smith Mary Catherine Vogel Mary Ann Hein rich and Eleanor Bradford Front row left to right Yvonne Rogers Mildred Cramer Elizabeth Holmes Kathryn Richards Edith Doolittle Georgeanna Pearce Margaret OBraden Dorothene Poland Vivian Iudy Shirley Wilson Shirley Hershberger Second row Miss Livesay adviser Regina Fradtska Betty Purinton Evelyn Lashley Mary Ann Heinrich Iune Alday Delores Tuk Eleanor Brad ford Iackie Loar Thelma Shaner Helen Smith lean Schaeffer Third row Margaret Rup penthal Lois Stine Mary Vogel Kathryn Schade Donna Mathews Wmifred McCloskey Theoda Kompanek Barbara Kltzmlller Doris Apsey and Patricia Dumtre Seventy Three 1 I - - . 1 . 1 ' . 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I - , . 1 1 1 1 I 1 i - - 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 - "' 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ""' F11Sf row left to rzght Carola Allen Kathryn Schade Dorothy Elder Ahce Borgman Helen Kerns Ieannette Freeman Phylhs Webb Barbara Krtzmlller lane Auman Margaret Baker Lorrarne Kompanek Germalne Margolls Second row Geraldine Lewrs Iackle Loar lean Galther Greta Hersch Yvonne Rogers Sylvla Mltchell Shrrley Wrlson Barbara Blunk Anna Mae Poorbaugh Eleanor Tlley Theoda Kompanek Thrrd row Robert Brown Robert Doty Arley Canheld Iohn Mosser Iay Beneman Pete Dendrmos Robert Prrce Earle Knott Edward Strock Welsh Hardman and Mxss Prrtchard advrser CAST OF IANIE Armln t d b Charles Colburn Elsbeth Colburn Lucllle Colburn Rodney Iohn Van Brunt lame Colburn Bernadme Dodd Paula Rarney Scooper Nolan Thelma Lawrence DICK Lawrence Tlna Andy Frank Oscar Hortense Bennmg Robert Poland Barbara Mlchaels Carola Allen Edward Strock Kenneth Brshop Yvonne Rogers Iackre Loar Lorralne Kompanek Wallace Harper Barbara Krtzmrller Brltton Shaffer Davrd Margolls Notley Barnard Robert Doty ton Shxrley Wrlson Dead Pan Hackett Iohn Mosser Carl Loomxs Lours Walker Ioe Ierome Leonard Ferrone Mickey Malone Arley Canfleld Uncle 'Poodgre Pete Dendrmos Soldlers Robert Brown and lack Martm Earle Knott Yvonne Rogers lay Beneman Iohn Mosser and Theoda Kompanek enact a scene from Thank You Doctor Sylvra Mrtchell Shlrley Wrlson Iean Gaxther Robert Doty and Pete Dendrmos cooperate rn the development of a model stage g o provl e as1c dramatrc tra1n1ng tor puprls ot the senlor h1gh school grades th1s newly organlzed club can be com mended tor 1lS trrst successful season Its members asprred not only to be actors but to learn the the atrrcal art from every angle At the regular meetrngs lectures and demonstratrons were grven on make up hghtrng costumrng and stage mechanrcs I1 IIIHIJ Ii PP SIGMA at the senror h1gh assembly Other act1v1t1es followed rapldly and rncluded the celebratron ot Nat1onal Drama Week the pres entatron ot an assembly program at Fort H111 Hrgh School and the d1rect1on of S I D plays The clrmax of the year came w1th the productron of Ianre rn February Seventy Four I - 'ul-AMVVNHin-H-HMM'MYY.'l. , I . . I U ,,w,,,,,t,tt,,,.,,,, . . - I . . 1 . I ' ...w.........Ve,,VVe..,VV.eY,...ll,.,......-.. Term Gaither The group offered as its first production, "Thank You, Doctor!" "MlAWl'lfQffffffffff"l' ' ' ' ' ' I First row Louts Eversttne Nancy Barley Io 51nn Rtce Wxllxam Ewmg Mary Lewxs Della Fulton Kath erme Hltt Iune Rodda Lou Ann Wrlght Ioann Stangel Thomas Oglebay Baroara Mlchael Second row Mtss Prxtchard adviser lack Martm Iohn Sprow Elva Mae Nesbltt Everstme Mttchell Marcla Hllton Nancy Largent Iosephme Kompanek Barbara Fulton Iacquelyn Cunnmgham Elolse Knott Mary Lou Bruce Betty Gullck Third row Dav1d Margolls Harry Thayer Sherla Doyle Elnora Troxell Mary Ellen Platt Iean Snyder Audrey Flsher Ann Reynolds Barbara Br1ght Kathryn MacMann1s Ruth Farrell Cath erme Renme Ioan Smxth SUEIETAS INV NU DHAMATIEUH M Thls soc1ety of youthful dramatxsts asp1re to gcun fundamental knowledge of stage techn1ques make up problems vo1ce development and play productxon The years act1v1t1es were h1gh hghted by the pres entat1on of the modern comedy A11Amer1can Boy starr1ng Donald G1bson as the 1mp1sh youngster who became rnvolved ID so many prank1sh escapades A commendable sk1ll 1n the art of characterrzatxon and 1n terpretat1on was shown by LeW1s Everstrne 1n the role of the young Pollsh refugee Deftly handlmg supportmg roles were Elva Mae Nesb1tt Mary Ellen Platt Harry Thayer and Barbara Br1ght Such productxons prov1de good reason for a con Hurry Thayer Mary Ellen Plan David Mm t1nuance and further rmprovement of dramatrcs at gohs Kcxtherme Mc1cMcmms and Tommy Ogle bay present a rad1o sklt Nlule Donald Ort Allegany furmshes the needed sound effects Seuenty Fxve 1 -- 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' . . . , . 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , . I - 1 1 - 1 . . . . . . 1- . 11 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' . This club was organized during the present year to create, maintain, and develop greater co-operation among the more advanced students in journalism. Members of the group are: Evelyn Lashley, Ursula Bucki, Paula Williams, Donna Mathews, Germaine Margolis, Theoda Lee Kompanek, Helen Smith, Yvonne Rogers, Doris Barnard, Winifred McCloskey, William Stanley, Richard DeHart, and Iames Cook. Miss Mary Murray is the adviser Designed to better acquaint pupils s-.tdyrng French with the oral characteristlc and the cultural background of the language this Club boasts a roster of twenty enthus1ast1c students The members are Iun Alday Edith Doolittle Iean Heavner Burton Pogell Mary Cessna Sue Kamens Doris Apsey Georgeanna Pearce Barbara Kltzmiller Winrfred McCloskey Norma Reynolds Peggy Finn lay Beneman Lyndon Gump Eleanor Bradford Mary Davis Herbert Sinclair Delores Tuk Eleanor Kelly and Donald Fresh The newest of extra curricular act1v1t1es the Science Club was formed this year to foster scientific research among its members The club is affiliated wlth the Science Clubs of America The roster follow Eugene Flrnn Theoda Lee Kompanek Ursula Bucki Burton Pogell W'1llam Wood Donald Fresh lay Beneman Greta Hersh and Pete Dendrino Mis Theresa Nicht IS the adviser fNot selected as book goes to pressl DATE iriE CAST Seventy Six 11 . . 1 . D 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 - I J 1 -. , Q. 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 0 1 1 1 1 S. S 1-v , , - Because of the expansion of the audio-visual edu cation program in the school, the number ot pro- jectionists was increased this year from twelve to eighteen. Three projectors were in regular use and, at almost any period of the day, you could find one of these "movie-makers", behind the reels, giving as- sistance in the use of film in classroom instruction. The boys and girls, under the supervision ot Heres G Place Where few heve visited- Harold C. Wickard, are skilled in the handling and William Wood and William Wolfe are showing movies in the auditorium booth using ol the school's visual education equipment. First row left to right Delores Nee Mary Boyd Marilyn Moore Ieannette Freeman Mildred Harris Wolfe Eldridge Delrlaven Donald Fresh Glen Whitman Iohn Barton Donald Paupe Burtis Liller lame Cook Iack Williams Iohn Hast Cornelius Hager Seventy qeven Betty Harper, Edna H-uit, Eva Evans, Rose Marie Grabenstein. 'Second row-William Wood, Williani THE OFFICERS Yvonne Rogers treasurer Helen Smrth secretary Evelyn La hley chaplam Iames Cook moderator LOWER PICTURE Evelyn Lashley and Donna Mathews are greatly lnterested 1n Shlrley W1l sons descrtptron of a hlstory club exhlblt HISTUHY CLUB In order to promote good c1t1zensh1p the H1story Club a1med to keep abreast of socral nat1onal and 1nternat1onal news throughout Thls patr1ot1c group str1v1ng to further ald 1n boostmg the morale of Alleganrans tn the Armed Forces sent monthly news letters to all graduates tn the serv1ce 1nform1ng them of current act1v1t1es at Allegany The club has contmued to be respons1ble for the many attract1ve and educatlonal dlS plays 1n the showcase Meetlng on the hrst and th1rd Thursdays of each month at the homes ol the drtferent members the group entertarned guest speak ers who addressed the boys and g1rls on top1cs concernrng the publ1c Welfare our court sys tem and the negroes of Cumberland Enhght ened by such c1v1c leaders as Attorneys Har ry Stegma1er and Charles Heskett the mem bers are better prepared to take an actlve part 1n the attalrs ot our Commun1ty Seventy Ergh! Seated left to rrght Shxrley Wxl son Helen Smlth Evelyn Lashley Miss Rrce adviser Donna Mathews Kathryn Rlchards Yvonne Rogers Standing Greta Hersch, Betty Pur mton, Iack W1l hams, Iames Cook, Pete Dendrmos, Herman Myers, Burton Pogell, W1l ma Lee Steele, V1v1an Iudy . ,Lf -, ' 1 the year. , . Q , I , - I - , I - I ' - 1 , , . . - , , S . , I ' I - , , , , , , , . SP!-I ISH Estamos aprend1endo el espanol Practrce 1n actual Span1sh conversat1on the marn purpose of th1s club Busmess procedures games s1ng1ng and other stunts at the regular meetmgs are all con ducted 1n Span1sh The club IS aftlhated W1th the lnternatronal Student SOCIEIY tor the purpo better frrendshrps W dents of Span1sh speaklng countrles se ot promotrng 1th and apprec1at1ons of stu n Amerrcan Day observance ar 1ng ot the Pa rangrng Lat1n Amencan exhrbtts and the pres entat1on of a dehghtful Span1sh assembly program The theme of the presentat1on was an answer to the questron Why should I study Span1sh and the answer ev1dently sat1sI1ed UPPER PICTURE THE OFFICERS Lots St1ne tar and Betty treasurer Donna Mathews secre y Purlnton presrdent LOWER PICTURE Dons Barnard Helen Kerns t nd Dons Lancaster examine some Iane Eber a art projects of Span1sh speakmg people Seventy Nme Seated let! to right Patrrcla Dumlre Kath leen Copp Helen Kerns Mrs Rogers Dorothy Ebert Iane Ebert Mary Sheck e s Second row Nrllram Wood Betty Purm on Helen Smtth Lots Stme Yvonne Rogers Edna Huff Mrldred Cramer E112 abeth Holmes Helen Welsh Phyllrs Webb Wxlma Lee Steele Theoda Lee Kom panek Thrrd row Donna Mathews Germame Margolls Iacquelyn Larnm Doris Lcmcast er Evelyn Lashley Ursula Buckr Paula Wlllrams Doris Bar nard Kenneth Brshop ?"1a--, 1 4 I: I1 I VM . . . . is I I - hi Q . . . . . a 'm4,,,, I1 Activities of the group included the sponsor- - . I - - . . . I Q ll . I . ' , FIJLH A IIEH5 To develop tolerance for cmd tw appreciation of different sec- , tions of our country as well as f ,Q - different lands around the nz'- f' world, the Folk Dancing Club f functions. 9 35 L. X Q, The weekly meetings are used to learn the many dances of many varied areas to foster more wholesome understand mg of the peoples who live in those areas The group co sponsored with UPPER PICTURE A group from the club executes an oldtime square danc the Iunlor Choral Club G hne LOWER PICTURE OFFICERS OF THE CLUB-Charlotte Gardner secretary treasurer Catherine Andrews president and Iean Snyder pramst assembly program Ianet Wilson lean Snyder Catherine Andrews Charlotte Gardner Iuanita Blank Molly Pitcher Don na Iean Payne Thtrd row Eleanor Osbourne Delores Thomas Ioanne Boden Mary Ann Yarnell Greta I-Ircks Carolyn Bowie Catherine Morton Ioan Herath Olivia Yancy Dorothy Snyder Miss Cookerly adviser Fouzth row Doris Rosenberger Phyllis Zembower Ioan Cessna Myrna Mace Lois Purmton Harriet Eliason Lois Heishman lean Iames Mary Louise Keyser Eighty l . tr First row, left to right-Dorothy Shertzer, Martha Clauson, Ray Kline, Shirley Lauder, Second row- Ml-llllll ETTE Curtam' Curtam' Careful dont tangle those strrngs Such exclamatlons are famlhar to the members of the newly orgamzed Marlonette Club whrch has been suc cessful th1s year 1n attammg tts rna1n ob1ect1ves to encourage creatrve en deavor as well as to learn to man1pu late the mar1onettes when made Evldence of sk1ll 1n puppetry ac qulred by the club was abundant mn the two assembly programs presented 1n whlch the hte l1ke models d1alogue sett1ngs l1ght1ng and general excell ence of performance mer1ted unusual pra1se Much cred1t IS due Mrs Bruce the advrser lor her pat1ence w1ll1ngness and toresrght ln establ1sh1ng such a popular and worthwh11e actrvxty for the use of lersure trme W' N YF UPPER Martha LOWER W1ll1am W1ll1am PICTURE Back stage w1th Marcla Hllton Maxme Conrad Clauson Iack Mansheld and Paulme Llkens PICTURE Maxme Conrad Marcza Hrlton Eugene Stuckey Blrchard Patr1c1a Borst Ruth Hersch Martha Clauson Hlser and lack Mansfteld First row left lo rzght Nancy Price Molly Prtcher Maxme Conrad B tty Dum1re Second row Wrl ham Hlser Duke Marley Frank Kerns Dolores Howe Donald Beeghley Pauhne Lxkens Marcta H11 ton Iohn Mansheld Martha Clauson Ruth Hersch Sandra Schmdler W1ll1am Blrchard Iames H1ser Thxrd row Patrlcla Borst lane W1ddows Catherme Morton Edtth Sweene Beverly Pogell Dela Ful ton Iacquehne Lohr Patrlcta Zats Eugene Stuckey lose-ph M1ller Barbara Wallrlch Mrs Mllnor Bruce Fourth row Ioe Tom Butler W1ll1am Yeager,FranC1s Thom Glor1a Norr1s Harrlet Ellason W1ll1am Doub, Barbara Long Dolores Sluss, Ramona Dyche, Patrlcra McGee, Geraldme Phares Erghty One I ,D 2- Cl I1 , 2 n . . 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I . 1 . . - ' 9 - 4 1 - A speclal ensemble group from the orchestra Wlll1Gm Ptrey Robert Martln Bernard Sltter Helen Welsh Don ald Paupe Robert Doty Burton Pogell Phylhs Webb and Mary Emma Rlchards wrth Iune Alday at the organ Always ready to serve by ass1st1ng Wlth or partlclpatlng 1n the schools soc1al and muslcal affatrs the student orchestra was one of our most GCl1V6 organ1zat1ons he group composed of thxrty s1x p1eces par t1c1pated 1n the Spnng Concert all of the assembl1es the county mus1c fest1val and at commencement M1ss Dorothy W1ll1son d1rector has de voted many years of fru1tful effort 1n bulld mg and strengthen1ng the orchestra Dur1ng the year the major ernphasls has been placed on lncreaslng the var1ety of selec t1ons played Ftrs! row left to right Mary Emma R1ChU1'dS Taylor Carter Dorxs Apsey Ernest Screen Susan Ford Edna Hounshell Mary L Bender Ruth Ann Rlchards Eleanor Bradford Kathryn Rlchards, Burton Pogell, Iune Alday at the plano Second row MISS Dorothy Wllllson, advxser, Phylhs Webb, Allan W1ll1CIH1S, Kenneth Btshop, Iack Wtlhams, Robert Poland, Helen Welsh, Dorothene Poland, Ehzabeth Holmes, Donald Paupe, Georgeanna Pearce, W1lllGm Flrey, Earl Monseau, Wtlham Wolfe, Donald Humbertson, Iames Hoover Th1rd row Ronald Sneathen, Berny Coberly, Thomas Hutcheson, Leonard Fe-rrone, Bernard Sttter, Iohn Kl1ne, Robert Doty, Saumxe Ford Exghty Two Q . . . . 1 . 1 1 ,- L U ,fy , I . . Nr wr tl I . . . T 'V - 1 ' 1 ' 1 I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 I ' ' ' ' ' ' . . ' . Frrst row left to right Duke Mar ley Nrle Webb George Leyh Charles Troxell Iames Burkett Ronald Hoelzer Thomas Oglebay Blame Morton Second row Dor Smith Iames Hlser Charles Young Thomas Metz Mrllard Bol yard Mlss W1ll1 son director Greg ory Mrller Paul Lease Albert Tase Nan Ellen Mccul lough Wlth progressrveness as the ma1n purpose the Iumor Band and Begln ners Instrumental Group str1ved to prov1de mus1cal trammg on the varrous rn struments for the members The keen eagerness for future partrcrpatron rn the more advanced mus1cal organ1zat1ons plus the trreless efforts of M1ss W1ll1son made poss1b1e the successful accompllshment of the goal The newest mus1cal group the Ensemble a small number of the better 1nstrumental1sts was formed th1s year w1th the def1n1te purpose of d1spens1ng the more popular sem1 classrcal Works as Well as p1a1n popular p1eCeS The success of the venture may be judged by the response to the del1ghtful as sembly program presented by the group Left to rrght row bY TOW Robert Poland Iack Wil hams Allan W1l llarns Burton Po gell Kathryn Rlch ards Norma Rey nolds Ruth Rich ards E l e a n o r Bradford Phyllls Webb W1ll1am F1 rey Standmg Leonard Ferrone Wxlham W o lf e Mrs Wmters dr rector Eighty Three ije zllvlll i "fn I 1, I Y mW I ,ll1.: l , , , . . 1 I , . is ', , , , - , ' 1 I . 1 l . l l , , , , , . , - , . , - I - , . , . Fzrst row left to right Mary Ann Hemrxch Dorothy Ebert Martha Lee Langer Betty Kemp Betty Colley Iune Gardner Dolores Welsh Wllma Steele Margaret Moody Elalne Dramond Sara lane Long Patty Bowle Dons Trenton Beverly Smlth Laura Brown Second row Mary Langer Nyrma Lastre Charlotte McCullough Mrldred Harms Dorrs Lancaster lane Ebert Helen Welsh Sylvla Mrtchell Norma Reynolds Shxrley Fuller Betty Bxlhngs Mrldred Cramer Kathryn Rrchards Eleanor Trley Dons Davrs Vxvtan Iudy Thrrd row Sue Kamens Delores Tuk Iune Alday Ruth Rxchards Betty Blank Dorrs Apsey Ieannette Freeman Dons Barnard Barbara Krtzmlller Wmrfred McCloskey Iackte Loar Frances Allen Margaret Moore Helen Smrth Dorothy Henry Edrth Doohttle Lorrame Kompanek Mrs Wlnters advrser Fourth row Mary Rxchards Carlotta ONeal Iean Dlxon Ada Romame lean Wleres Lols Stme Betty Cessna Kathryn Schade Theoda Kompanek Carola Allen Mary Vogel Lo1s Ansel Mary Sherk Mary Bender Anna Orrrs Sara Berkeley Shxrley Brode Ieanne Snzer Marian Warden Delores Fletcher I THE OFFICERS Helen Smxth Lo1s Stme Dons Barn ard Dons Lancaster Mrs Wxnters Norma Reynolds Ada Romalne Helen Welsh and Iackle Loar A group from the club prepare to harmonize the words of Ill Walk Alone Lett to right Shlrley Brode W1n1tred McCloskey Dorothy Henry Anna Orrrs Barbara Kltzmxller As the Grrls Choral Club ot 1944 45 looks back upon the senes of colorful events ot the school year 1t tcels that lt has proud ly maxntalned the best of 1ts predecessors The club has enyoyed a very actlve year partlcrpatmg rn the Spr1ng Concert and the Spr1ng Fest1val before many socxal groups and at the Senlor Sermon and Commence ment Together Wllh the ensemble the group presented an outstandlng assembly program So another rung has been completed by the Choral Club ln the muslcal ladder at Allegany H1gh Ezghty Four 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - . 1 . . . . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . l , . l, 1 Q5 1 g , ,t .1 5 ' t 1- , 1 , .- 1 1 . ,z I 1 y Q , 1 l '- 4 . I 41x ' ' I , " I I ' l 1 ' ' w I 1 I I - t . X - , I I , . l., I , , , . I ' I I - A I ' I 1 ' 1 1 - ..1 .1 . . . - 1 1 1 - 1 . Everstine Mitchell, lean Marquis, Kath- ryn MacMannis, Betty Boor, Barbara Bright, and Carolyn Bowie, officers of the club hoist Our Flag to signal the presentatlon of the Al1Amer1can As sembly Program UNIUH EHUH L EL B Possessing an increased and varied repertoire. acquired at the weekly meetings, the Iunior Choral Club has attained for itself a place of prominence among the musical organizations this year. Activities of the club Were not confined en- tirely to Allegany events, since the seventy voices, blending in harmony, gave many programs out- side the school. The season was concluded when the talents of the group were combined with those of the Folk Dancing Club for the presentation of a memorable assembly program, at which these embryonic singers gained due recognition for their rendition of the best in songs Front row Peggy Knippenberg Doris Smith Maryann Yarnall Roxie Shryock Gloria Cozad Regina Easton Doris Hartley Emily Doyle Io Ann Stangel Catherine Morton Alene Billings Patricia Sheckells Dolores Rxzer Molly Pitcher Barbara Michael Second row Anna Firey Hilda Stump Rolm Collins Lee Ioy Greathouse Mary LSWIS Nan McCullough Dorothy Thompson Barbara Fulton Carolyn Bowie Sue Cunningham Ioyce Flke Dolores Howe Carolyn Ryan Ianet Wilson Ioann Boden Third row Vera Bestwlck Iosephme Kompanek Mabel Murray Olive Ward Charlene Hall Shirley Weaver Marlorte Schade Barbara Bright Ieanne Marquis Betty Boor Kathryn MacMann1s lean Andrews Maxme Con rad Barhee Sue Mansfield Dolores Somerville Charlotte Gardner Greta Hicks Fourth row Nancy Bailey Marilyn Kelley Beverly Wilt Sheila Doyle Ann Reynolds Betty Kilroy Everst1neM1tchell Louise Lowery Shirley Hensley Pauline Likens Betty Krght Betty Gulock Helen Will Esta Kerns Betty Hrnz man Dolores Thomas Eighty Five 1 9 f , A 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , . THE I-lLLEG!l Y The M 1xed Chorus became a memory th1s year and 1n 1ts place was organlzed the Alle gany Cho1r Thrs group under f M1ss Wrlhson IS composed of twenty f1Ve se le t d ce vo1ces from the Glee Club and the Club the d1rect1on o Sen1or Choral Membe 'fe V1v1an Iudy Lots Stlne Kathryn Rlchards Helen Smlth Button Shaffer Donald Fresh Frank Colt and Leonard Ferrone wrth Mary Louxse Bender as accompamst and M1ss W1ll1son as d rector ompose the Octet 1 a group selected from the ChO1F because of the excellence of the1r VOICQS rs of the Cho1r beheve 1n th e old max1m Pract1ce makes perfect Each Thurs day and each Fnday the r1ch blend1ng of the many harmomous vo1ces from the rehearsals dtspel the stlence of our corrrdors and the raft f The Cho1r has ers atrly rmg proven ttsell Worthy of Wldespread recogn1t1on and 1t has won acclam at1on through 1ts numerous performances Appearan Concert d ces lncluded the Spr1ng Festrval Annual an many assembly programs A .1-J"'u' uf A VU ffl C40 ,cl 4 Flrst row left to right Vrvlan Iudy Kathryn Rlchards M1ss ll' I JM Slzer Second row Elame Dlamond Edxth Doollttle Patty BOW19 W L 4 I Kathryn Schade Carola Allen Iackle Loar Esther Maphzs Ada g Blank Mary LOUISE Bender Thrrd row Davxd Grove Eugene Flmn ohn Cox ou If Iohn Yoder Damel Iohnson Frank CO1l Leonard Ferrone Kenneth W Donald Fresh Edward Ienkms Robert 'VI r1tton 1 artm Donald Schramm ,L lr!- 1 14" I L J' Erghty Six 0'1" ...KU .4 . i xl ' ll X 1 L. 'tv "' ' U .e lx - A A J ff my 5 2 V S . l 1 K, V i X I . . . 3 , any Sl' 1 I . l J? ' ' C II' . , . 1 . . , . I . wen' S Q lm I . t F . . I . . I . H , ' , ., ' 1, v en 22, In " "lr ' ' - 'I --, ' I ' I - m t' J .4 I - I I - In ff' ,J s Ll. , r ' '- I 1, ' A L ' . . L . 'fl 1,15 ld' ' 1 "Lf ,,. , 51 The Boys' Glee Club is one of the tew all male music groups in the school. Under the di- rection oi Miss Willison, the group has enter- tained the student body with an assembly pro- gram, appeared in the Spring Concert and par ticipated in the annual Musical Festival The group has specialized in rollicking l rhythms jovial ballads and solemn anthems Leonard Femme Do n G1 d Fresh John The repertoire proved satistymg to the mem Cox and Robert Martin with B1l1Shrout at the piano give forth with some bar bers and to the audiences ber shop harmony Flrst row Iett to right William Hartsock lack Carney Iohn Diamond William Shrout Iohn Cox Edward Ienkms Donald Fresh Britton Shatter Burtls Llller Leroy Miller Donald Schramm Welsh Hardman Robert Martin Second row Earle Knott Stanley Miller Leonard Ferrone Frant Coit Iohn Yoder Eugene Flmn Robert Floyd Kenneth Bishop Damel Iohnson Robert Doty Ronald Ellis Robert Brown Bill Kagy Miss Willxson the director is at the piano From bottom io top left to right William Foster Ioseph Butler Thomas Alderman Ronald Hoelzer Rodney Pariser William Brrchard Ioseph Miller Gordon Swan Hugh Browne William Hiser Thomas Oglebay George Leigh Robert Hammersmith Iames Yoder Louis Ever st1ne Wendell Gross William Bailey Robert Hutcheson Iohn DeCoux Dale Kesecker Fred Dixon William Yeager Fred Comer Miss Willison Paul Cowgill Wil 11am Lester Iack Hale Philip Everline Richard Moyer Gene Lutz Iohn Nelson Eugene Porter Donald Ort Charles Pickering Duke Marley Iames Hrser Alfred Erlmg Thomas Hutcheson Iohn Mansfield Donald Bor der Donald Glbson Donald Largent Charles Piper Francis Thom Iohn Biggs William Price Gene Stanley Eugene Cunningham Ierry Swan Bernard Blake Don ald Dlcken and Wesley Abrams To be sure of replacements for the Senior organization a Iumor Boys Glee Club was continued this year The enthusiasm reveal ed by the members denoted no antlcrpated lack of vocalists Ezghty Seven I - 1 1 - - - - ' . . . 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I - , 11 1 '- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' I "' 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , . 1 . . , First row Ieft to rrght Iohn Prlce Barbara Gaff Edward Grlmshaw Bernard Blake Arnold Polmg Betty Blank Dons Apsey Robert Doty Rlchard Laudermllk Maxme Stouller Suzanne Ford Mary Bender Perry Edmlston Second row Mrss Wtlhson dtrector Harry Taylor Elrza beth Holmes Ellzabeth Bete Dorothene Poland Robert Poland Kenneth Blshop lack Wlllxams Allan Wlll1GH1S M1llard Bolyard Third row Ierry Swan Harold Hartsock Donald Paupe Thomas Hutchlnson Bernard Sltter Robert Mart1n W1ll1am Wolfe Phyllls Webb Ronald Sneathen Nlle Webb Fourth row Leonard Ferrone Leroy Mxller Gregory Mlller George anna Pearce Donald Humbertson Earl Manseau W1ll1am Flrey Rrchard Rowe Iohn Klme Rtchard Hemrlch Bermce Coberly Beverly W1lt Donald Schramm Fifth row Charles Plper Iames Hoover Lots Wenschof Iohn Eckhart Rtchard Schrndler Saumle Ford Iames Garton People l1ke parades especlally when the Allegany H1gh School Band comes march1ng down the street tn blue and wh1te umforms wtth a hlgh stepprng drum ma1or w1eld1ng h1s baton, l1Ve twrrlers pertorrmng 1n umson and the flag swlngers rhythm1cally sweepmg therr sllken banners At football games we thr11l to 1ts page-antry as down the fleld 1t comes to form spectacular des1gns as 1t by mag1c Yea Blue' Yea Whltel We grve three cheers for our band In Parade Formatxon Eighty Eight 1 ' 1 l 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Q 1 1 1 1 ' 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 , . -' , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' i 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 l EHANY Are you ready? Hep' Hep' That 1S the cue for those hve bundles of ammated antrcs -our cheerleaders to lead us 1n another Al legany yell Dressed 1n blue and wh1te t1re less enthusrastrc unmmdtul of the weather wlth a cheer for the myured player and a yell for our team both 1n vlctory and defeat We glve you our cheerleaders Your pep-your pep you ve got 1t please keep rt ina, TwmLr:ns FLAG Swmcnns Mary lean Scott Shrrley Wrlkmson Rosemary Iean Srzer Ioanne Robmson Wrlma Lee Steele Everstine, Maxine Hawkins and 'Ilheoda Lee Margaret Russell Eleanor Wamgold Ioan Kompanek. Campbell Ruth Labor and Ieaneen Hartley CHEERLEADERS Paulme Durant Iames Cook Mary Catherxne Vogel Iames McHenry Paula Wxlllams Exghty Nme ,JJJ7 , Ll? , 4.4441 f !'pL,L.t,,!11 'fi -LJ K1 4' , V J ,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,, O Joe, 00000000 ION! THE 1cM5 BLLEG d ooo , rHFRE VER You ARE GANY HIGH KZ!! ffff mm. ovr-,H THE vovw as d Lf n V4 ESD! SAFWD f Dear Joe, dear old course, fellows, are boys ear fine 3 had to M main in already return as nossibl a few gaps This ha nresldential prominent men ever to the baseball tool maJor league Louis teams it hard to 1 The swooned rolling up e l J e 1 guess ease tune in for the coming your Wa soon and we just wanted you to kno WEB Eli HE OLD HOKE TOWN V ERLAND I co n Q? X things at xsual f out you where y to Keep ls in her ole town le the slate the r why this longer the the Kids our ome as uch may be the lost for tball and xx xxX XX A xx lx 8 t e lows are r this time wrlc lll be 4ren't forgotten Victory, THF ALLFGEWI 23 - ' 'J 'S h Z ' 0 2 2 5 f v Q 0 P V: .5 1 r O ' W1 ' M 1 'X'-1 ' ' XXX , il ' -1 Q w R' 0 O V . X wie? use L ' 0 r H Sl rw .. N . 3 -, 1 Ui O 4 N If ' ' A. X 5: 0 -C rr 'xc . Q xx g J? N , 0 0 x A X ' e x , wk, . 0 O Xa X s 0 X . r Q " X N S' xp' Q ' A .f N L ' .9 v 4' Q og g ga 5 5 'im N "x , Q E. 1 E 2 Ydil 6 ' 'c klgx ix Q U A v 5 ' ' XX Q 2 G vv x1 . U3 4 Q B s' 2, H O O ' 3 yt . 5 gm G xxxxxs ' 0 Y xx xxx six 0 xxxxx THE ATT mi I lou Hale an lxtra uarter, Bus ll Stamp to 'Halle War Shorter N G, 14.199, QQDOOQQQ, A, 2, o ,Q OQQ, Q94 HHEBE FVER You ABIL ALL ovrr THB WO LD 'UMBWRLAND, Mn lCENSOR S STAMPH Y RQ Dear Ioe We just received your letter today So you really are mannlng a machtne gun at last way otf somewhere 1n the jungles Funny thlng about that letter of yours was the fact that you never squawked once 1n all the four pages Your descr1pt1on of hte 1n a fox hole was tremely tnterestlng It appears that thmgs get pretty tough at ttmes 1n those dug outs Really We apprec1ate your every sacr1t1ce Here at home we school k1dS l1ke most ol the rest of us on the home front are hghtrng th1s war W1th our hearts as well as W1th our brawn We made our motto Theres no ttme to lose only tune to Wm Maybe youd llke to know of Q few ot the thmgs we re dotng to hasten your return twelve snapshots of our act1v1t1es Many of our schoolmates derlved much enloyment durrng the past summer 1n cul t1vat1ng the1r frrst gardens In one of the photos youll see Mary Ann He1nr1ch Helen Welsh and Carola Allen as comely garden ers Can you xmagrne Carola us1ng a hoe? Another snapshot shows W1n1frecl Mc Closkey and Evelyn Lashley arrang1ng the mtlkweed pod collectton for drylng Th1s drlve was made to supply a substrtute for kapok 1n hte belts Because of the shortage of manpower we agaln called upon the fatrer sex to carry on tn v1sual edu catlon Rose Marle Grabenstem Mlldred Harrls D lores Nee Mary Boyd Mar1lyn Moore Ieannette Free man and Eva Evans are shown rn one of the ptctures rece1v1ng hrst 1nstruct1ons from Edna Huff an opera tor of a years exper1ence We certatnly would m1ss our mov1es and are greatly apprec1at1ve of these g1rls W1ll1ngness to help wh1le We awalt your return Food mrlkweed pods and classroom mot1on p1c tures make up a pecuhar combmatton Yet they all help here at home Collect Old Paper, Turn lt ln Help Your Uncle Sam to Wm XX X X A l l . ' Z l ' an E Z it L Q myXtxxxKYXxxxxxxXXxxXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXRXXYXXXX However For Soldiers Room, They W ant to Hare Some Mail from Home A..B.Jl.-I .ooo , ,WHERE wr-:B Lou Am-2, ALL OVFP THB WCP LD CUMBWRLAND, MD KCENSOR S STAMPt We are cont1nu1ng the pract1ce 1nau gurated year before last of sendxng monthly newsletters to all our graduates xn the servlce You may tmd 1n one of the plctures Betty Pur1nton Burton Pogell Kath ryn Rlchards Helen Sm1th Yvonne Rogers Greta Hersch and Pete Dendrlnos engaged 1n gettlng one 1ssue on 1ts way Surely you have been rece1v1ng your cop1es Do they really mean as much to you as we are Constantly told? stand1ng ot the fundamentals of electr1c1ty and mechan1cs ln the armed servlces the school ts agaxn offermg accelerated courses 1n both ot these sublects You may see tn one of the snapshots Tommy Burns studymg the electro stat1c mach1ne whxle Iohnny Yoder mvestlgates the behav1or ot charged bodles and xn another one ot the photos you may recogn1ze Kenny B1shop and Br1tton Shatter amus1ng themselves w1th the Magdeburg hem1spheres wh1le Don Fresh computes the SpeC1flC gravxty of a sohd heavxer than water Ment1on ot these laboratory courses recalls to us the way you looked halt a dozen years ago You were 1ust a youngster 1n Room 202 catch1ng the txrst br1ght v1s1ons of the wonders of modern sclence and the1r mean1ng to you We had hopes then that you were prepar1ng for a work of peacet1rne But as 1t happened you were needed 1n war Was the tramxng useful to our country 1n war? W1ll lt be part of a pronnse that Amenca wxth the war behmd 1t W1ll go forward once more w1th new vxgor and new conhdence 1n 1ts destmy? XX XXX XXX XX XXX You fan Walk to School and Store Saung Cas Helps Wm the War xx x xxx I , 1' I ' 5' Q K-?T-,N , v - 1 , I . N I l I X 1 , I I :E . 5, 5 txxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xx xX XXXX XXXXXxxXXXXXQ XXXXXXLXLXXL XXXXXX XXXXXX X XXXXXXX XXX XX X Cl Tin Cans in the Garbage Pile Are just a llay of Saying "H0iI."' No. s, - Asl. O. I OQQ T l GJ I IDG f iSendor'x nun 5 H 4 T 'Sandofs lddlllll ff l gVz EVER YOU THE OLD HQME TQWN l gg ALL goygg THB woe LD UMPWRLAND, MD. NI l.J rcENsoR's STAMPH ' B 1D-2-J They haven't started drafting the senior girls from Alco yet nor is this a photo of a military masquerade That hrst character whom you at first mistook for Snuffy Smith Barbara Kitzmlller The other two are the Allen sisters You probably had difficulty recogmzing them without their flowing tresses Upon close inspection you must drs cover the two G Is in question to be Frances and Carola Dont they really look useful? Their appearance however belle therr ab1l1t1es These three g1rls were models in a W A C revue and style show at the Maryland Theatre Too bad you missed it It was a riot' Some of the more artistically 1ncl1ned puplls under the direction of Mrs Bruce decided it would make your Christmas din ner more en1oyable 1f you could read all about it from a menu So for you they de signed and executed menu cards Maybe you used one of them Here IS a snapshot of Betty Hinzman Esta Marie Kerns and Betty Kllroy hard at work mak1ng the menu cards by a squeegee process Here are eleven Florence Nightmgales They are Anna Mae Poorbaugh Betty B1ll1ngs Lenore Blunk Eleanor Kelly Alice lean Borgman Barbara Bright Paullne Durant and Greta Hersch Durrng the past summer these girls realizing the acute shortage worked as nurse s aides 1n local hospitals How would you like to have one of them take your pulse Ioe? Youd have to make your theme song I Dont Want to Get Well lm 1n Love With a Beautrful Nurse Who wouldnt'-' XXXQ X J X ff l f X Vf sf L f If XXX XXX 1 X Waste Fats ln Good Condltlon Help to Make Ammunrtwn L L Xt XXXX XX XXXXXX XX L XXXXX . - E E . I , , G I ' 3 I , f ' ' ' XX 'XXXYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X X XXXXXXXXXX X Iwmw Time lou Blu ll Stmnp lou P0011 lf Plrmm ln l'l00l10fllS lamj A..R.LQ.Al QOO, WHERE FVEBJLOU AEE, ..ll.E. 15.4 ALL OVPP THB WCP LD FUMHPRLAND, MD ICENSOR S STAMPB I fb Ioe we realxze that none of our GCl1V1l16S -ss- SX 1n the vrctory parade could be ach1eved very suc cessfully w1th physrcally unht men So aga1n phys 1cal htnes was stressed among the boys Heres a snapshot We got of Davld Grove Kenny B1shop and Charles Drew toughenmg up wh1le runn1ng the obstacle course Remember how endless and ardu x XXX ous lt appeared when you tackled lt the f1rst day? We re hop1ng 1t Wlll be easrer for these boys Last but not least Ioe wed hke you to know that We re st1ll 1nvest1ng all we can 1n war bonds and stamps We re also enclosrng a photograph of the bond booth xn the cate ter1a 1n wh1ch Lo1s Garhtz and Edward Ienkms are purchas1ng bonds from Ioyce Everlme and Iane Clayton competent salelad1es As you can read1ly see We re all tryrng to do our best regardless of how small It may be w1th the same 1ndom1table Splfll w1th wh1ch you serve your country And when th1s rn ternec1ne battle IS over and you return home we shall be proud to say that we honestly The g1rls of Alco never dreamed they would actually be spendlng the1r lelsure t1me s1tt1ng 1n a kn1tt1ng crrcle so soon A collect1on of old woolen garments was made and the g1rls enrolled 1n advanced home economtcs w1ll1ngly 1o1ned together to knrt the yarn 1nto atghans for the Red Cross In thls photo you can see lean Wentl1ng Clara Wllt Dorothy W1lls Mary lane Aurnan and Paula they enloy another hour chatter 1n Allegany house Cather1ne D1ck Fleckenstem as of kn1tt1ng and 5' Q drd our part Y BOND! fTA Turn Uut Lrghts Not In lse War Productzon Neecls the Juice XXXXXX XX XX x X XX x V f T 4 .-, , I J V- ------i " ...ruaafmm X , L. 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Q . . . d . stnr Bah Company FUMBERLAND9 BEST 40+ 18 S Mechanxc Street Cumberland Maryland B E N E M A N S freators of happy homes for half 0 rentury H Sz S Heatmg Plumblng and Weldmg C0 Peerless Beauty Shop PHONE 1626 lll Balt more St ect C be la d Ma yla d OHdd as ' 93 9 COMPLIMENTS o o 9 i r um r n , r n He un Three semor glrls show us how they come to school cmd how they look ten mmutes after arrxval PHUM BEHI IJ THESE What the vxsual educatxon program dld t Ilmmy Cook We go for a 1oy rxde 1n Inn :nys car Wllh the help of Durst Cook cmd Bums w mlght make 1t Allegewl photography ev: dently affects members f the staif Bxll Puffenbarger pays off an Why all the mterest7 electlon bet Looks hke Paula Could xt be the attractlve IS the wmner Spar Umform'9 One Hundred One 1 I . ' I I e M ' I . O . O 1 V , HOOD COLLEGE Frederxck Maryland ullx Accredited lnllege or W omvn Courses lead to dgqxees of A B B S ln Home Economxcs and B S m Nursmq ICQ onomzcs mu Munn 'PO+ For lniormczhon Address THE HEGISTRAR Nlllllnels ' thllllllf KEEP BUYING WAR BONDS THEY RE STILL FIGHTING COMPLIMENTS OF THE GEORGES CREEK COAL CO Lxberty Trust Blllldlflg Cumberland Maryland I 011.11 oumg Hel VIN! S e- zeal. V8 . . OHddT - Y ,4 11' l ' J I Courses in Education, Home ' l'llll'l'if'l'S ll .' 'rs 9 0 ' 4 .g.Q.g. f. flffh 'f llt 7 Ya COMPLIMENTS WHITE HAINES OPTICAL COMPANY COMPLIMENTS Ed Paugh Pnorof RAPHE George W Brown m Sl www LE 207 N Mechanxc Street R Cumberland Maryland C0 IIPI IIIP ATS Complzmenfs of West Slde Pharmacy Green and Water Streets Phone 417 Cumberland M Cumberland Palnt and Glass Company Phone 91 7 PAINTS OILS BRUSHFS WINDOW GLASS PLATE GLASS WINDSI-IIELDS Curlette Beauty Salon 438 N Centre Street Under the Management of VIRGINIA WILT GREEN Specxalxzmg zn Permanents Cold Waves Phone 4657 I for Appomtment COMPLIMENTS Enterprlse Amusement Co , In 126 North Centre Street CUMBERLAND MARYLAND Phone 3833 O H d d l or y OF I F' C. KNEPPER, Ph. G. 165 North Centre Street .g.0.g. 1 d. , O C. ne un re Three Hlll s Toy Store 45 N Centre Street Sportlnq Goods Party Favors Dnshes TOYS me YEAR Houma PHONE 171 1 HAGER S Heftel 'Heats mul frm Przm Beall Street Phone 970 U JIPIIHFNTS henlge W xldl tm I 'KI 'XRNI 'XNI7 AX! Bus Wore W X R B 0 N D S Xu COMPLIMENTS Stegmaler Market 431 N Centre Street Phone 3299 COMPLIMENTS H A B E E B S Flower Shop 29 N Meehame Street Phone 2765 OHddF I , 1 , Crain , Y 1 OI' V ' , , tt, lllu' HS A t mul Y Y. For 'tory l,'HlNff',.Hff'.'N 417 42 . .1 A' 'QNUF OF OF 7 Langer S Cash Dlamond S Grocery 505 N Centre Street Restaurant WE GIVE YOU QUALITY FOOD Membef of Economf' AND GOOD SERVICE AT Semce Sfofes REASONABLE PRICES PHONE 2158 Route 40 10 N Mechanlc St When Serving Be Sure It s SPEELMANS ICE CREAM Famy freatmns For All Ocvaszons QUALITY AND SERVICE SINCE 1878 148 BEDFORD ST CUMBERLAND MD TELEPHONE 1690 Many Allegany Students are Also Members of THE BIG FRIENDLY Y Meet Your Frwnds at the Y M I A Compliments Bullders Palnt 8E Supply Company BEST WISHES TO THE' CLASS OF 1945 Western Maryland Lumber Sz Supply Co LUMBER MILLWORK BUILDERS HARDWARE PAINTS McMullen Hlghway Phone 2120 At the Foot of Dangle I'I1ll P A U L S Flower Shop 56 N Center Street CUMBERLAND MD Phone 291 O H d 9 ' 9 7 ' W 5 X f A f . 5 A my 9 , . . f I x f f A K . , . . v , . A Af f f f 0 . 1- S , . of I , O 9 I 41 . 1 , . un red Five CATHERMAN S CHEVROLET! B llSlIl6SS S 111g.tl1f 111111 I Il School S1110 1711011111 Eller Chevrolet, Inc 219 N MECHANIC STREET Pho e 143 171 B lt more St eet KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES as TUBES be a Ma V13 d l OIIIIIIIIIIPIHS CUT RATE SHOE STQRES OHddS 9 -- 71 '-' 17 -i ' O H-v!1l'.,' '1'1Hs lu .2 ., K .1. " I o 4.0.3. n a i r Cum rl nd r n Of U11-lm mon nx BOPP S Graduatlon Glf ts Flower Shop JEWELRY STORE 75 Balt 0 e St Bet 5, .Alfmonl sf C be and Ma yla d EARE EVERSTIN ENERAL INSURANC Llberty Trust Burldmg Phone 2709 D R Kltzmlller Memorlals Formerly the A A Roeder Co fPlllPl0lW lllernormls 0 DISIHIIUOIL FREDERICK AND GEORGE STREETS PHONE COMPLIMENTS Natlonal Gram Yeast Corporatlon The Cumberland Monarch Prlntlng Improvement Company C0mD3lly PHONE 1436 R001 Estate 116 Fredenck Street Sim age In Slll am 0 Cumberland Malyland One Hundred Seven 1 A , -1 ' U Ip ' ' 9 1 1l .'f Kiln LW fbi. ,L l.!Q!.,g1 im r r Ill? A'--' An"n gllfl um rl r n ' 379 OF . O . I SENIORS It IS your sp1r1t that counts on the road to success Keep up that spmt by bemg well dressed It IS our deslre to serve you for better success 1I'1 llle KAPLON S YOUNG MEN S SHOP 115 Baltimore Street Schwarzenbach Sz Son 128 BALTIMORE STREET CUMBERLAND MARYLAND IIUIIIIPVIHIIIIS Trlulltwnnl ualzlv Stow SINII' 1869 COMPLIMENTS Maryland Nut Sh0D Earle N Knott, Sr N I I S 102 S LIBERTY STREET Opposlte Strand Theatre Llberty Hardware Company DEALERS IN HARDWARE CLITLERY SEEDS ROOFING PAINTS OILS FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND FERTILIZER Lumberland Maryland Franklln W Kremer GENERAL INSURANCE 328 FAYETTE STREET PHONE 1233 W Schade s Service Statlon RADIATOR SERVICE SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION George and Umon Streets Phone 500 One Hundred E1 OF ICE CREAM CANIJIICS 'f""""" Ihrwlv ' , I O 'ght M1 szmza, 45 sw FOR A SPIRITED SMILE AND HEALTHY TEETH DRINK armer s Dairy Mllla CIIIUS f ox Wana,L,m O H d Q I . I 0 , lx Am 'ifi ' ng' ,U , l I . . N J ' .' 1, , 1 f , ' - d N' COMPLIMENTS SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO 4' 179 Baltlmore Street CUMBERLAND Phone 24 32 itll IDSNIIIH SPURIH lLOllIl'NlhVl nz ut 1' quqmwnt Smfu I Plm WILSON HARDWARE COMPANY 30 N Meehamc Street Phone 2618 Phon L 87 A BUS LINES INC IO N George Street CUMBERLAND MD BUS SERVICE Between Cumberland 'ind Pledmont W Va Cumberland and Pau Paxx W a Cumberland and Celanebe Plant RALPH E LASHLEY General Manager IIINIII um 1 lglilllllllb THE ,I H HOLZSHU COMPANY REAL ESTATE 21 S Centre Street Phone 458 OeH dedTen I I . . OF . I l 7 . I Qu... 9 .S r ' J for 0 ' ' 1 .l 401.-Q. 4.0: , MD. Q 777 U 1 . . I fr a u U 9 o y Q o o c ' , . I . 1 V, Q V , W . ..I. . Snyders Dalry Dlp Opposlte Allegany Hospital HOME MADE ICE CREAM It s Good It s Dlfferent SANDWICHES MILK SHAKES The Friendly Dependable Store Wolf Furnlture Company Phone 70 42 46 Baltlmore St CUMBERLAND MD f 0l1lplll1l?lllS Underwood Elllott Flsher Company CUMBERLANDS FASTEST GROWING STORE Directly Across from Cnty Hall Therr Duty By Always Gomg to WEBB S FOR YOUR SHOES Out of the Hzgh Rent Dxstrzct MUSIC Shop Inc Band Instruments Pianos Phonoqraphs Sheet Musrc Records 5 S Lrberty Street CUMBERLAND Always the Newest Hats At Prrces You Lrke to Pay F I E L D S 119 BALTIMORE STREET CUMBERLAND MD COMPLIMENTS Klght Funeral Home Funeral and Anzbulame Serum PHONE 1454 309 311 Decatur Street Cumberland Maryland Tw1la's Beauty Salon ll0 South Centre Street PHONE 4539 We SPGCIGIIZG 1n All Phases ol Beauty Culture One H ded El , . I ' 4.4.0. , . ' I Make Your Shoe Dollars Do V ' 9 ' . -' MD 9 O O Y 8. I UH l' EVEN CENTRE STREET COMPLIMENTS I s G Van Met cmd Ray H Iones 22 WINEOW STREET VIRGINIA LARRY BEAUTY SALON USED CARS BOUGHT FOR HIGH PRICES SOLD AND EXCHANGED All Makes All Models For ll Square D001 135 S L'beffY Street f umberland I 111 COMPLIMENTS 'I' H E H Army and Navy Goods B Sc llllllllfl I ro 1 +o+ 19 N Centre Street CUMBERLAND MARYLAND OHddT1 G . . ef . .g.+.g. fo--fem ln Used Cars C1111 pHONE 2614 OF W. "1. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND HARBAUGH S BOOKS C ARDS MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS O O 18 Balt 0 e St eet Slmpson Company U holesale lon Clfltlll 0- 0 CUMBERLAND MARYLAND Howell Coal Co MOUNTAINEER STOKER COAL CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1945 Wolford Funeral Home CUMBERLAND MD Bowllng Green Grocery R F D No 5 CUMBERLAND MD PHONE 3160 COMPLIMENTS Eatwell Grlll ll N Meeha Street COMPLIMENTS Hoffman Ice Cream Company PHONE 3385 462 Wnllxams Street O H d dT h I 9 im r r O D H .' I f 3' s ' D ' Authorized 1IlSfl'llIll,f0l' , . , . OF' OF . . ' nic BI' Sl Rl' TS LEAR Sz OLIVER Ice Cream OO KULCJ gxgcrklc 56? Q: XXX I X , L 'fr 'Hun' EMWMWZMM The Potomac Edlaon Co Hemlqmutus or WURI ll I PXNIUI S Illlll Arl UR SHOES G R Klnney Co , Inc 43 Baltlmore Street CUMBERLAND MD GREETING CARDS SCHOOL SUPPLIES Post Card Shop O O '75 North Centre Street COMPLIMENTS Rand s Self Servlce Cut Rate Cor Baltimore and Centre Sts CUMBERLAND MD I ntlus 1 lhstzmtlolz lu m The Cumberland Cloak and Sult Company Balt1more Street Cun berland Maryland OI-1ddFf J Av 7 J ws f 2- " f ' 1-f W K R 4 t H . 1 px. I j I WEG.u.sPA'r.0f'4 ITS BETTER! ' Il ,f.f 'f'-' or -., , o r ' 1 CRYSTAL PARK ROLLER RINK LOIS TWIGG and LEO MARTIN Enjoy Skatlng at Crystal Park to the Organ MUSIC of D1 enkxns 40+ Wednesday Frlday and Sunday Nlghts Also Sunday Afternoons +o+ f' all 2968 for Party Reservations O H Fit . . I . WHY DON'T YOU SKATE AT CRYSTAL, TOO? Blue Room Restaurant Quality Food at Moderate Prnees PHONE 4028 F 3 McMullen HlghW8y CRESAPTOWN MARYLAND MRS MARY LILLER Proprletress Cresaptown Pharmacy FOUNTAIN DRUGS Phone 4008 F 2 McMullen Hlghway CRESAPTOWN MD Schramm s Cresap Park Market lleuts f 101 fl les CRESAPTOWN MD Phone 3199 Shaffers Dalry owl lt now o lou: Illllt Shake and Suutlae 230 PEAR STREET Teen Aqe umor Fashlona MODEL DRESS SHOP CUMBERLAND 243 Vlfglnla Avenue MARYLAND B 8 O RAILROAD CO W MD RAILWAY CO Louis Stem, Inc OFFICIAL WATCH INSPECTORS Ward N Hauger Funeral Home 10110101 117 Frederlck Street ll So Centre St Phone 4387 Telephone 27 Lnberty Trust Bulldmq Cumberland Maryland Cumberland Maryland GEORGE S CONFECTIONERY Home Made Candy and Ice Cream FRESH MADE DAILY Bedford and Decatur Sts Cumberland Maryland Ono Hundlcd Slxtccn Y . , , . , Q 9 1 www- - V 4 " FRY A 11 1 lr , v - I. J. .,. I. V .v Q 1 1 I ' h' v , . K . S K I cf C U . . . 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