Allegany High School - Alleganac Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)
- Class of 1946
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The community knows Harold C. Wickard as a civic leader, the school
knows him as a capable instructorg the class of l946 is proud to own him
as a friend.
From the beginning of our high school career, Wo have learned to look
to Mr. Wickard for guidance. Serving in the capacity of adviser, he ably
directed the activities of our junior year. As seniors. We are indebted to Mr.
Wickard for the time and effort he devoted to making this Allegewi a reality.
Our class play, "Out of the Frying Pan", was the one hundred fourteenth to
be added to his roster of successful productions.
We have marveled at his versatility, enjoyed his classes, and laughingly
deprecated his humor.
With deep appreciation for all he
has meant to us, We dedicate
the l946 Allegewi to
Harold C. Wickard
Time flows like sand in an hour-glass . .
Another school year has ended ....
For the twenty-filth time, an Allegewi is pre-
sented in which are recorded all the principal
events of another year at Allegany ....
This tangible record ot the year, from autumn
to spring, records a stage in each of our advance-
May these records of our individual successes
be but incitement for tomorrow ....
BOOK I. Autumn
BOOK II. Willter
BOOK III. Spring
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Vwzcn Iudy crowned M1ss Allegany ln Alcohx Mlrror contest
and wlth ul: come autumn and the seventh graders
orlenfahon reglsfrahon Ralph Rs recephon work begms
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The Mirror magnnfies assemblies are
common pep rallies prep for fall
sports varsity games draw bug crowds
while laughter predomunates at club
Your pep ' ' '
Progressive action A , , . . . Awesome anticipation
Under his capable and inspiring leadership the school has become a better school in
physlcal equ1prnent teaching for e and morale Mr Websters training plus h1s many
contacts with civic prolecrs have con ributed in giving hun the rich background ot
experien e needed for his positron
Ralph R. Webster, B. S., M. A., is completing his twelfth year as our principal.
D1rect1ng and managxng the atta1rs of Allegany
are the responsxbtllttes ot the ofhce force All the
rnnumerable cogs must be kept 1n rnot1on by our
adm1n1strators For the forethought shown for the
splend1d program offered for the sympathet1c un
derstand1ng we salute those who gu1ded our edu
Foy A Curry M A asststant prmcxpal came to Allegany m
1922 As Comptroller of our currency and custodlcm of our
cafeterla he has made himself 1l"td1Sp9HSClbl6 to our school
Anna B Hlgglns M A vlce prmclpal IS wtllmg at all ttmes
to bestow a word ol courage to the obstreperous pupll Her
etflclent hcmdlmg of student deportment problems largely ac
counts for the smooth operatxon ot our school
Georganna K Leyhe school secre
tary and frxend of faculty cmd stu
dents keeps detalled records of our
school ltfe tMrs Leyhe reslgned 1n
November Her leavlng brought us
Mary Stelgerwald tSantas gtft to
the oiflce forcel IS asststant secretary
rler ready mlle and pleasant d1s
posttxon have endeared her to all ot
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They favored the hner things
MUSIC TEACHERS seated at piano Betty Winter
BA standing left to right Dorothy W11l1son MA
ART TEACHERS Dorothy Dunkle BS Ethel Bruce
LANGUAGE TEACHERS Anna M T Webster MA
Bernice Rogers MA Anna Hitchms MA
Whale they taught the techniques of discourse
Dixon MA Mary Sowerby MA Orpha Bonlta Prltchard MA Elizabeth Harris BA
Barbara Thuss BA standing Ruth E Kelter BA Anna Higgins MA Ieanette Holzshu BA
Mary Patr1c1a Brett BA
ENGLISH TEACHERS: seated, left to right, Margaret Shiresg lane Grindel, B.A.g Virginia W.
They drilled us In numbers
MATHEMATICS TEACHERS seated Iett to rrght Martha Hamllton Betty Meyers BA Rose
Schmutz BA standing Vlrgrnra Ienkms Foy A Curry MA Gertrude Lancaster BA Mmme
Vee Slmpson BA
lnstructed us an ottlce praclzuces
COMMERCIAL TEACHERS seated Iett to right Hrlda
Wxlhson BA Irene Lapp BS Sara Crsler BS
standing Freda Bowers BS MA Clalre Lxvesay
With thelr guidance, we mastered
HOME ECONOMICS AND INDUSTRIAL ART
TEACHERS Ief! to rzght Mcme R1chmond BS Helen
McFerrc1n BS Boston Sherwood BS Freda D1ggs
Whale they demonstrated dlgmty of democracy
SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS left to right Dora E Rlchcrrds BA Nell Hcrwkms BA Ohve
P Slmpson MA Anna Nlcht BA Mary E Murray MA Icmet Anderson BA siandzng
Lester C Lmdley MA Margaret Bcxker MA
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B.S.g Mary Louise Robertson, B.S.
They promoted our physical
PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS Ielt to rrghl
Eugenel Hopkms B S Ioan Baker BS Mary AIICG
Hcrwks BS Walter L Bowers MA
n they led us to atomic bombs
SCIENCE TEACHERS left to nght Ruth Grahame BA Betsy Rankm BS Harold C
Wlckard BS MA Ellen MCKGHZIS BA Irene Fyke BS ITheresa B N1 ht BS Ed M
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OFFICERS: First row, William Riley, Mervin Trail, Polly
Snow, Beverly Bruce. Second row, Lillian Phillips,
Richard Iohnston, Miss Elizabeth Harris, adviser, Arlena
Funk, Alan Douglas.
SEVENTH GRADERS-scrambling frantically through the halls
looking for classrooms and trying not to be late. These little ones,
at' the bottom of AIco's ladder, are shy and puzzled by many things.
But Allegany is taking them under her protective wing, and they are
beginning to feel that they belong as they exhibit undying loyalty
and pride to their new Alma Mater.
HOME ROOM 116
First row, left to right: Mary Ellen Ward, Mary DeVault, Ioan Bosley, Ioan Bennett, Ianet Crossland, Rose Tyans,
Shirley Hendrickson, Iacqueline Fishell, Patricia Fisher, Carol Keith, Valena Clark, Louise Rosenbaum, Eleanor Whet-
sell, Lois True, Kathleen Barron, Pauline Snow.
Second row: Kenney Hager, Vernon
Shrout, Ronnie Feaker, Charles O'Neal,
Betty Northcratt, Iames Light, Donald
Hare, Carl Ienkins, Norman McDonald,
Earl Shumaker, Robert Kennedy, Paul
Ienkins, Burke Barham, Paul Krampt,
Elmer Smith, Richard Sourbrine,
George Walters, Charles Canfield.
HOME ROOMS 104 6. 205
First row, Iett to right: Harold McFar-
land, Stanley Gaiver, Roger Lueck,
Robert Knotts, Carroll Taylor, Richard
Iohnson, Charles Hixenbaugh, Iames
Northcratt, Robert McDermott, Lyell
Webb, Patrick McKenzie, David Ken-
Second row: Ervin Buckelew, Alma
Hose, Mary Aldridge, Delores Everett,
Delsie King, lean Hale, Ianet Chevo-
weth, Mildred Price, Patricia Whitney,
Lula Wright, Delores Valentine, Ber-
nice Mauk, Wanda Van Meter,
Maiorie Young, Harold Young.
Third row: Iames DeVault, Harold
Beal, Don Fletcher, Clayton Smith,
Leroy Pfitzenmeyer, Allen Metty,
Robert Moyer, Elmer Porter, Danny
Pitts, Thomas Ravenscratt, Franklin
Young, Iohn May, Charles Light,
Fourth row: Havert Davis, Ernest
McCray, Delores Robertson, Berlda
Keplinger, Arland Funk, Ruth Ann
Gellner, Bernice Hautt, Arthur Mateer,
Ronald Harmon, William Leasure.
HOME ROOM 101
First row, kneeling, left to right: Iames Reed,
Elizabeth McNab, Bob Portmess, Ianet Sterne.
Richard Beegly, Mary Io Shirley, Murray Bucks
ley, Evelyn Hansel, Bobby Brechhiel, Freda
Brosten, Franklin Dorsey, Beverly Bruce,
Eugene May, Barbara Blake, Luke Graham, Io
Ann Bradtiele, Mervin Trail, Patricia Kane.
Second row: Marlene Yager, Nelda DeNoin,
Francis Russel, Ieannine Berry, Sally Pfeiffer,
Lorretta Sarver, Ann Murphy, lean Dornan,
Barbara Hutt, Shirley Zink, Mary Virginia
Yeager, Ioyce Often, Kathleen Davis, Mary
Third row: Robert Mansfield, Donall Ellsworth,
Ronald Thapman, Robert Diehl, Iohn Sweitzer.
HOME ROOM 284
First row, left to right: Helen Miller, Beverly
Iones, Wanda Long, Betty Beckwith, Betty
Smith, Iune Kesezker.
Second row: Paul Mauck, Ierry Browne, Robert
Whitman, Iohn Morgan, Thomas Raley, Paul
Third row: Ruley Henderson, Irmadel Combes,
Ioan Hare, Ianet Iewell, Lillian Phillips, Sue
Fourth row: Ioe Simpson, Lee Chemwith, Ver-
non Kifer, lean Whipkey, Iackie Iones, lane
McColley, William Howsare, Iames McClellan.
Fifth row: Howard Diehl, Glen Campbell, Ray-
mond Ienkins, Thomas Oswald, Robert Athey,
HOME ROOM 303
First row, kneeling, left to right: Iames Cave,
Lloyd Steele, George Ienkins, Victor Ruehl.
Second Row: Willis Stump, Iune Whiteman,
Donna Wilson, Lois Fisher, Loretta Steele,
Madeline Shook, Nancy Dixon, Ioy Iackson,
Third row: Thomas Blacklin, Donald Bell, Billy
Buckholtz, Betty Petenbrink, lean Riggleman,
Bonnie George, lane Maclntyre, Paul Goodfel-
low, George Clise.
Fourth row: Iohn Sullivan, Bill Riley, Billy
Clark, Allen Evans, Arthur Gardner, Franklin
Phares, Eugenes Iames, Ronald Tase.
HOME ROOM 112
First row, seated, left to right: Iean Franklin,
Carol Conrad, Carol lean Minke, Patricia
Smith, Constance Smith, Hilda Winterberg,
Ioan Cooksey, Barbara Henry.
Second row: Mary Dee Rice, Barbara Twigg,
Eileen Ort, Betty Scott Mills, Iean Kreissig,
Barbara Russell, Debra Crowden, Barbara Leh-
gralgm, Mildred Twigg, Doris Platt, Beverly Bus-
Third row: Betty Ruehl, George Ward, Roy
Hawkins, Edwin Goetz, Iarnes Floyd, Ray
Goetz, Ierry Twigg, Donald Ziler, Wayne
Wyatt, Alan Douglas, loseph Strock, Malcolm
gfxyllor, Iohn Burkett, Douglas Ritchie, Theodore
HOME ROOM 301
First row, left to right: Io Anna Rice, Theresa
Crites, Nancy Bailey, Doris Hartley, lane Wid-
dows, Dorothy Shertzer, Doris Landenberqer.
Iacqueline Cosgrove, Regina Easton, Io Ann
Stangell, Norma lean Carter, Gloria Cozad,
Helen Rennie, Mardell Riggins, Marilyn Kelley.
Second row: Thomas Oglebay, Iames Wil-
liams, Wendel Gross, Fred Dixon, Iames Yoder,
Charles Lesley, William Doub, William Martin,
Iames Welch, Robert Hutcheson, Ichn Moulton,
Rodney Pariser, Franklin Kerns, William Hunter,
Third row: Dolores Sluss, Dolores Vernall,
Mary Elizabeth Erling, Patricia Schekells,
Martha Clauson, Rita Wiant, Ruth Hersch, Rae
llOME ROOM llfl
First row, left to right: Ioan Herath, Dolores
Thomas, Ioan Macbeth, Barbara Michael,
Sylvia Miller, Mary Louise Keyser, Alene Bill-
ings, Catherine Morton.
Second row: Iohn de Cout, lack Harper George
Keidel, Donald Teeth, Gerald Campbell, lack
Millenson, Louis Everstine.
Third row: Alice Synder, Oliva Yancey,
Barbara Fulton, Lois Purinton, Edith Sweene,
Rosie Shyrock, Carolyn Ryan, Ioann Boden.
Fourth row: Ianet Wilson, Dolores Howe, Sue
Cunningham, Ioyce Fike, Carolyn Bowie,
Fifth row: Ion Millenson, Gordon Swan, Ioe
Miller, Tommie Alderman, Ronald Hoelzer,
Albert Tase, Alvin Storey, Bill Timmons, lack
Mansfield, Ioe Tom Butler.
HOME ROOM 215
First row, left to right: Eleanor Osbourne,
Geraldine Starkey, lane De Vore, Kathleen
Lapp, Louise Barncord, Florence O'Baker,
Sondra Schindler, Mary Ann Yarnell, Rodella
Petenbrink, Wanda Hines, Greta Hicks, Patty
Second row: Iames Deetz, Shirley Leonard,
Richard Lowery, Iames Hiser, Chester Combs,
Nancy Printz, Dorothy Duckworth, Mary Porter,
Thomas Metz, Charles Young, Iack Burkett,
Doris Rosenberger, Duke Marley.
Third row: Blaine Morton, Donald Schade,
Dale Kesecker, Herman Lewis, Paul McGregor,
Emily Turner, Raymond Turner, Iohn Kelso, Bill
Paulus, Norman Messman, Donald Garlitz.
HOME ROOM 210 6, 213
First row, left to right: Lois Fridley, lo Ann
Lindcnnen, Sharleen Pyne, Pat Philips, Anna
Mae Hainftling, Dolores Sanner, Violet Glass,
Ieannine Iettries, Shirley Lauder, Anna Mae
Firey, Barbara Brown, Robin Collins, Doris
Duck, Lee Ioy Gratehouse, Charlene Hare.
Second row: David Monaham, George Miller,
lack Dawson, Richard Landenberger, Paul
Leighliter, Io Ann Emerick, Geraldine Custer,
Marjorie Brandt, Esther Kemp, Lois Myers, Ron-
ald Clites, Fred Iames, Ralph Lapp, Ernest
Weaver, Earl Kline, Lenard Emerick.
Third row: Donald Border, Ben Shaffer, Warren
Ryan, Donald Noygle, Perry Edrninston, Donald
Bleeghly, Bill Whetzel, Henry Iohnston, Eddie
Iacobs, John Evans, Iack Wilkons, Bud Kirk,
Kenneth Glass, Lawrence Allison, Iames Rau-
pach, Herald Valentine.
OFFICERS: Greta Hicks, Carol Iones, Lewis Everstine,
Mrs, Shires, adviser, Griffin Tyree, Thomas Oglebay, Lois
Myers, lean Iames, Harold Valentine.
EIGHTH GRADERS--at that owkward stage that is not the
beginning but not yet the top of Junior High. Now that they know
their way around, more time can be taken for observing things
throughout the school and participating in the extra activities. They
are anxiously looking forward to being freshmen next year.
HOME ROOM 212
First row, left to rig t: ar es y
d Iames Kilroy Billie lean Davis Peggy Ann Knippenburg, Alva lean Brown, Emily Doyle, Patricia Borst,
Secon row: . I
Mary Payne, Georgia Brown, Grace Bennett, Ramona Dyche, Louise Swain, Wanda Brant, Gloria Norris, Rita
Wigger, Eileen Hasselberger, William
Third row: Charles Troxell, Edward
Hartsock, Bruce Pfeifer, Howard
Brode, Gary layman, Roy Perrell,
Robert Lookabaugh, Decatur Bear,
Ronald Whitacre, Brooke Bennett,
Robert Fox, Harold Crabtree.
h Ch l Burle ,lack Bopp, George Leyh, Dale Dorsey, Philip Everline.
HOME ROOMS 108 6. 203
First row, lett to right: Guy Hunter,
Leonard Emerick, Bernard Martin,
Dale Smith, Walter Simpson, Richard
Beale, Ice Raith, Paul Clites, Walter
Glass, Gilford Grindle, Walter Price,
Second row: Doris Robison, Virginia
Steele, Marie Sowers, Iean Iames,
Pauline Liken, Patricia Combs, Iac-
quelyn Himmler, Emma Liller, Shirley
Livengood, Doris Kline, Dorothy
Schneider, Irene Valentine, Shirley
Hensley, Helen Lunham.
Third row: William Hiser, Albert
Snelson, Carol lones, Ioan Barnard,
Geraldine Smith, Leona Twigg,
Pauline Swede Betty Bartlett, Shirley
Raupauch, Iosephine Metz, Elizabeth
Strauser, Fay Marks, Patsy Railey,
Richard Fox, Sam Robinette.
Fourth row: Thomas Kelso, Robert
Duckworth, Iohn Saeler, William
Berkeley, Louis Caldwell, Charles
Snow, Victor Grove, Wesley Bartlett,
David Maphis, Denton Holcomb,
Harvey Marks, Robert Milburn, Frank
OFFICERS: First row, left to right: Frances Thom,
Second row: William Bailey, Alice Smith, Mrs. McKenzie,
adviser, William Larry, Ioanna Hupp.
FRESHMEN scramble madly and with surprising agility through
the maze of long legs in our corridors. They are buoyantly enthusi-
astic aboui' everything from a football game to a new proiect in class.
They grow increasingly bolder as the weeks go by, and, as they pass
us, they leer at our assumed dignity as we attempt to squelch them.
HOME ROOM 109
First row, lett to right: Iames Baldwin, Ned Clopton, Earl Bruce, William Bailey, Gaylord Brooks, Iohn Connor.
Second row: Susan Diehl, Ianet Allison, Betty Baird, Iean Burkett, Iuanita Blank, Charlotte DeWitt, Peggy Davis,
Shirley Bane, Iune Bittner, Ioan Cessna, Nancy Claycomb, Iune Dawson, Marjorie Barnard,
Third row: Ray Burley, William
Coffee, Ioe Bennett, Thomas Burton,
Donald Beckwith, Wesley Abrams,
Donald Bryner, Iames Burkett, Charles
Bucy, Mike Biggs, Richard Barnett,
Dale Bittner, Tommy Andrews.
Fourth row: Shirley Bingman, Vera
Bestwick, Kathryn Andrew, Ioyce
Dick, Annabell Diehl, Geneveive
Boore, Lois Beltner, Marjorie Daniels.
HOME ROOM 120
First row, Ielt to right: Martha Dorsey,
Hilda Hadley, Della Fulton, Gloria
Dixon, Darlene Fleegle, Barbara
George, Donna Rae Garland, Shirley
Gray, Betty Lou Driver, Harriet
Eliason, Dorothy Fisher, Patsy Everett,
losephine Everett, Betty Io Dumire,
Donna Sue Foley.
Second row: Clarence Deetz, Iohn
Ernerick, lack Gardner, Frank Foster,
Bonnie Franklin, Charlotte Garlitz,
Cathrean Funk, Betty Garton, Char-
lotte Gardner, Donald Emerick, Billy
Fisher, Billy Davis, Paul Cowgill.
Third row: Iohn deVault, Donald De-
Moss, Donald Dicken, Iames Gardner,
Glen Gott, Charles Easton, Lloyd
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Left to right: Donald Lilya, vice president Miss Hit hins
adviser, William Fuller, president Elizabeth Bete secre
tary, Donald Burkett, treasurer
SOPHOMORES-are intoxicated with the heady wme of self assurance Their baby days are over
and they see themselves as sophisticated, superior persons who know the ropes the ropes that
last year burned their tender fingers with harsh swlftness They have accomplished a great deal
HOME ROOM lltf
First row, left to right: Betty Lou
Kight, Bernadine Hudson, Eloise
Iewell, Rosemary Sliff, Doris Hitchins,
Barbara Gait, Irene Grindle, Ieanine
Hartley, Virginia Haus, Patty Hend
ley, Elnora Troxell, Virginia Ketter-
man, Georgia Huster, Shirley Keyes.
Second row: Ray Huey, Harry Iohns-
ton, Iohn Twigg, Iohn Hinkle, Tom
Hutchison, Grace Keifer, Bill Hartman,
Ierry Swan, Richard Heinrick, William
Hardesty, Tom Iackson,
Third row: Margaret Glime, Gladys
Hite, Clara Iune Gilford, Esta Marie
Kerns, Mary Hardin, Betty Lou Hinz-
IIOME ROOM Ill
First row, left to right: Ann Alder-
man, Elizabeth Bowman, Shirley Bitt-
ner, Ruth Ault, William Anderson,
Iacqueline Barnett, Mary Lou Bruce,
Second row: Iack Biggs, Nancy Ball-
ard, Anna Louise Burkett, Elizabeth
Bete, lean Andrews, Helen Bock, Ianet
Abe, Ioanne Aman, Robert Brenne-
Third row: Donald Beeman, Notley
Barnard, Sue Bartlett, Ruth Burton,
Barbara Bright, Troy Campbell, Mes-
Fourth row: Edward Barncord, Ron-
ald Clites, Millard Bolyard, Charles
Armstrong, Ray Beal, Vernon Beale,
Walter Cecil, Robert Bucy.
HOME ROOM l
First row, left to right: Rita Friend,
Mary Everline, Patricia Cowgill, Iean
Fichtner, Eleanor Durst, Shirley Day,
Rosemary Everstine, Flo Anne Clay-
Second row: Connie Cook, Glenna
Chappell, Maxine Foley, Bertie Col-
lins, Bertha Frost, Shirley Chappell,
Barbara Hesher, Mary Davis, Ethel
Eaton, Betty DeVore, Ioanne Camp-
bell, Audrey Fisher, Maxine Conrad,
Third row: Dolores Deetz, Ruth Far-
rell, Bernard Blake, Demo Carros,
Alvin Drew, Alfred Erling, Donald
Green, Elton Foreman, Glenny Fore-
Fourth row: William Fuller, Michael
Cunningham, Fred Dusch, Wayne
Dawson, Henry Gardner, Eugene
Cunningham, Lee DeWitt, Donald
Burkett, Mervin Copp.
Helen Bowie, secretary: Richard Clower, president,
Noyes Powers, vice-presidentg Miss Meyers, adviserg
Iohn Eckhart, treasurer.
JUNIORS-at last they have reached the goal they thought they
would never attain. And now that their aspirations are realized
they are conscious of the fact -their years as high school students
are nearly complete. With only one year remaining, the iunior class
resolves to make the most of their last days at Allegany.
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First row, left to right: Lois Snyder,
Delores Welsh, Eileen Sweitzer, Eleanor
Tiley, Marian Warden, Shirley Wilkinson,
Helen Troutman, Iune Weller, Doris White,
Wilda Whetzel, Marian Spies, Betty Taylor,
Mary lane Stroup, Ioan Snyder.
Second row: Mary Clarke Wilson, Olive
Tressler, Wanda Yost, Doris Trenton, Clara
Will, Mary Winfield, Doris Stride, Iean
Weires, Lorraine Snow, Lois Wenschott,
Toby Taxier, Maxine Stouiier, Shirley Wick-
Third row: Sidney Weinbach, Gerald
Wright, Iames Va:n Meter, Lewis Walker,
Gilbert Storey, Richard Taylor, Frederick
Willison, Harry Widdows, Richard Stump,
Robert Smith, Iohn Wagner, James Taylor,
Olin Yoder, Robert Twigg.
HOME ROOM 209
First row, left to right: Wanda Lober, Coleen
Lease, Mary Lou Lashorn, Iacqueline McKenzie,
Eva Logsdon, Mary Alice Nolan, Lorraine Kom-
panek, Margaret Moody, Sara Iane Lee, Mary
Martin, Ioanne Mathews, Mary Dawn Liller,
Second row, left to right: Russell Livengood,
Stanley Miller, Esther Maphis, Helen McCor-
mick, Ann Martin, Virginia Martz, Dorothy Le
Master, Ella Grace Meyers, Iohn O'Rourke,
Third row, left to right: Donald Lewis, Bill
Meyers, Iohn Horn, Bill Leonard, Ralph Lashley,
HOME ROOM 225
First row, kneeling, left to right: Donald Dichl,
Russell Hilleary, Sherman DeWitt.
Second row, left to right: Ina Hughes, Ioan
Denninger, Betty Eaton, Marilyn Hershburger,
Helena Knippenburg, Kay Harter, Ruth Humb-
erson, Paula Fleckenstein, Sue Ford, Lauran
Glass, Norma Kyle, Dolores Fletcher Lulu Hite,
Third row, left to right: Tommy Iamison,
Robert Davis, Harold Hartsock, Iames Diehl,
Shirley Hardman, Ioy Flora, Mary Catherine
Dick, Gwendolyn Fahey, lean Fulk, Betty
Kemp, Iune Gardner, Iean Dixon, Elaine Dia-
mond, Shirley Iohnson, Donald Fuller, Robert
Everline, Donald Hines, Iohnny Eckhart.
Fourth row, left to right: Iack Densock, Dale
Fridley, Iames German, Ray Deal, Thomas
Haythorne, Earl Folk, Edward Grimshaw.
HOME ROOM 107
First row, seated, left to right: Virginia Borg-
man, Doris Davis, Marian Billings, Iean Bittin-
ger, Marian Bennear, Charleen Cutwright,
Carolyn Brant, Patty Anderson, Laura Browne,
Grace Clayton, Iean Bean, Margaret Cosgrove,
Nola Barnard, Iackie Cassen, Barbara De
Second row, left to right: Iess Connor, Ann
Cotter, Patty Bowie, Lois Ansel, Ruth Buckly,
Alice Coyle, Alzino Albright, Francis Allen,
Betty Coffey, Doris Dawson, Mary Boyce,
Evelyn Beckwith, Corrine Densock.
Third row, left to right: Iames Cecil, Dick
Clower, Bernie Coberly, Wayne Bucy, Iames
Close, Vincent Combs, Charles Baker, Paul
Bucholtz, Stuart Adams,
HOME ROOM 113
First row, seated, left to right: Tommy Powers,
Gene Shaw, Waneta Robertson, Io Ann Robin-
son, Marian Shelly, Mary Alice Sherk, Norma
Murray, Rosemary O'Baker, Catherine Payne,
Howard Peterson, Franklin Radcliffe, Morton
Second row, left to right: Dorothene Poland,
Rosella Shaver, Mary Porter, Evelyn Ritchie,
Catherine Sell, Peggy O'Neill, Margaret Rus-
sell, Mary Iean Scott, Beverly Smith, Kathryn
Shipe, Betty Lee Small, Iune Robinette, Thelma
Smith, Dorothy Reed, Mary Richards.
Third row, left to right: Ierry Paxton, Robert
Rogers, Dennis Perrin, Ernest Screen, Genevive
Weaver, Covas Sherred, Nina Shank, Carlotta
O'Neil1, Dolly Raupach, Harry Rose, Bill Rob-
ertscn, Iohn Price, Robert Rahn.
THE SQUAD Frrst row left to right Stanley B1shop Edward Stro k Robert Pr1ce Iames Radcllife Tommy Powers
Iohn Eckart Second row Berkey Smtth B111 Bartlett Olm Yoder Wllbert Robertson Eugene Brant Llndbergh Cook
Vlctor Auv1l Glen Brant Welch Hardman Thxrd row Coach Bowers Ierry Swan Tom lamtson B111 Fuller Gene Shaw
Iohn Bachman Charles Plper Herman Myers Robert Tabor Fourth row Ilm McGregor Gllbert Story Iohn Vernall
Dlck Clower Iames Lease Ilm Cec11 Danny Kerr Edgar Hounshell Demo Carros Don Burkett Allan W1l11ams Howard
Peterson Iack Torbet Saumle Ford Russell Hllleary
Culm1nat1ng the1r most successful gr1d sea
son s1nce 1942 and the1r f1rst undefeated year
s1nce Coach Bowers took over the coach1ng
re1ns 1n 1943 the Allegany Campers defeated
Fort H111 on Turkey Day by a 13 12 score
Streammg past e1ght rtvals tal1y1ng 211
pomts to the1r opponents 96 The Bowersmen
w1th Captatn VIC Auv11 at the helm and
Travelmg Tom Powers dolng most of the
scor1ng won possess1on of both the clty and
C V A L Troph1es
ALLEGANY 13 SOMERSET 6
Somerset was the f1rst on the 11st of v1ct1ms
1os1ng to the Blue and Wh1te by a 13 6 score
It all began W1th Robertson recover1ng an
Eagle pass and after stx plays Pr1ce sl1ced off
tackle for the f1rst score Powers converted for
the extra po1nt The second trxp 1nto pay d1rt
was made by I1m Radclxffe
ALLEGANY 13 FORT HILL 13
W1th the expertence of but one game the
Campers met the Red and Whxte of Fort H111
H1gh ln the most exc1t1ng contest of the season
Although the f1nal score was 13 13 Powers
1ed the Alco team 1n a sensattonal second half
come back when the Campers scored two
touchdowns one on a double pass Pr1ce to
Powers to Radchffe W1th Powers eventually
h1tt1ng pay d1rt Powers ktcked the extra po1nt
ALLEGANY 19 RIDGELEY 0
The R1dgeley Blackhawks were the ones to
feel the mlght of Allegany s return to the w1n
column Alco emerged the vlctor 1n th1s game
to the tune of 19 0 w1th ta111es be1ng reg1s
tered once by Glen Brant and 1W1Ce by Tommy
Powers B1shop added one extra po1nt from
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second team for almost a half. It was in this
game that Stan Bishop's toe became a factor
in Alco's march to championships.
ALLEGANY, 28 - HAGERSTOWN, 20
With the score 20-7 in favor of Hagerstown
at the end of the first half, Allegany showed a
complete reversal of form during the second
period and won a deserved 28-Z0 victory.
Price and Powers were the touchdown twins
with Bishop's toe accounting for four straight
ALLEGANY, 32 - KEYSER. 7
Keeping the slate clean, the Alco grid ma-
chine coasted to an easy triumph over the
highly rated Golden Tornado. With Powers,
Coach Walter L. "Bill" Bowers, director of
athletics for the past twenty years, relin-
quished the tutoring of future grid teams
with the completion of this season, the first
in which he enjoyed an undefeated team.
He retains his position as director of ath-
letics and will continue to coach the Blue
and White basketball squads.
P ' l th l ather. Radcliffe completes his thirty three yard run
The initial kickoff on Turkey Day. rice ugs e e
Cook Powers Smith Bartlett Auvil Radcliffe THE CAMPERS STOP
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ALLEGANY, 38 - LA SALLE, 6.
With ease the Campers defeated a crippled
La Salle team. Although the Explorers fought
valiantly, the might of Alco proved too great.
Powers, Strock, Price, Peterson, and Eckhart
made the scores.
ALLEGANY, 20 - MARTINSBUBG, 19.
The Martinsburg Bulldogs offered the stiffest
resistance of the season in holding the Cam-
pers to a 13-12 score at the end of the first
half and continuing to threaten throughout he
second half, while the Alco lads eked out a
Z0-19 victory. Powers was Allegany's star as
he ripped off long gains around the ends and
made all three touchdowns.
ALLEGANY, 32 - LA SALLE, 13.
Meeting the Explorers for a second time, the
Campers again proved too heavy and too de-
ceptive for the less experienced Irish team.
Radcliffe and Powers tore through the light Ex-
plorer's line at will while the Alco "front-wall"
proved to be the best in this area by pushing
the Explorer backs all over the field. Feature
game was Lindbergh Cook's snatching of
lo an's pass and his gain of eighty odd
to place the ball within scoring distance.
Alco's reserves saw plenty of action in this
setto and Mervin Copp's eighty-two yard run
became the major item of the contest.
ALLEGANY, 13 - FORT HILL, l2.
Playing an inspired game after Tommy
Powers, our star fullback, was carried from the
field midway in the first quarter with a broken
legg the Campers defeated the Sentinels 13-12
on Turkey Day.
An estimated 6,500 persons marveled at the
fighting spirit and determination of the Bowers'
coached team as it presented to its coach his
first undefeated season in the final contest of
his grid tutoring at Allegany.
The first Camper's score came like a light-
ning bolt on the second play after the initial
kickoff to give them a lead which they never
relinquished. Strock, taking the leather on a
quick opening play, burst inside left tackle,
found himself in the clear and headed for the
"promised land," a distance of fifty-five yards.
Stanley Bishop added what proved to be the
It was not until the last play of the first half
that the Sentinels scored. White went over
THE GOLDEN TORNADO E. Brant Robertson G. Brant Yoder Price Eckhart
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from the five yard line in a wide pp
Partleton's try for the extra point f led.
Allegany hit "pay dirt" again ' he i
quarter due to gains registered by Radcliffe.
Peterson, Strock, and Glen Brant. But Fort Hill
came right back and combining some neat
ground gaining with an effective aerial -
Sensaballgh to Brown '- Plus C1 dogged ffl'
tempt to crash the Alco line, succeeded in
sending Brown over the goal line. Again Par-
tleton's kick failed.
All afternoon the two burly lines slugged it
out toe to toe, with the Allegany forwards gain-
ing an edge because of its play in the clutches.
The Sentinels became desperate after the sec-
ond point had failed and their smashing offen-
sive gradually began to tell on the stout Alco
However, the Camper linesmen mustered
their waning strength to stop Fort Hill cold on
the Allegany 15-yard line with less than two
minutes to go in the game.
Treiber's onside kick following the Sentinels'
second score which hit Olin Yoder and
bounced away was recovered by "Chink"
O'Neal of Fort Hill. O'Neal looked like a P-38
taking off as he zoomed through the air to land
on the ball, wrestling it from an Allegany
d f t rs i '
an Price icked to Brown on the Fort Hill 32.
With White and Brown doing the carrying,
Fort Hill, aided by two five-yard penalties
against Allegany for delaying the game, had
the ball on the Allegany l5-yard line. With a
yard to go for a first and three downs to make
it, the Campers came up with a magnificent
stand to take the ball away from the Hill-
Radcliffe came sailing in, from his secondary
line of defense, to spill White four yards back
of the line of scrimmage. Brown got three of
the yards back by whaling the middle but
when Sensabaugh attempted to pick up the
necessary yardage for a first, Lindy Cook
stepped in from the line with an emphatic
"no." He spun the Fort Hill halfback with a
slashing tackle and, when it was all over, the
ball was right back where it was resting three
plays before, Allegany talking over on its
Any chance the Sentinels had of pulling the
game out of the fire then went to the breezes
as Price, on three successive quarterback
sneaks, picked up a first down as the game
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To know the facts
oi man's struggle
for freedom: to re-
spect the law and
to be loyal to our
To conserve natural resources. To properly use leisure time.
In the merilzan Wa uf Life ...n.n
To be reverential toward
The basic information. spiritual matters. To prepare for economic independence
THF 1946 LLEBEWI
Film shortage scarcity of paper engravmg
contracts and other wart1me difficulties all were
barrier to th1s year s staff
After becoming acchmated to these dit
flculties the staff set to Work using l64 flash
bulbs 404 pieces of film and 648 pieces of copy
paper dur1ng the course of the year Although
all yearbooks must contain essentially the same
material it IS the hope of each editor and staff
to produce a book as different as possible from
any previously published Following tradition 1n
this respect at least the edrtors this year have
a more readable
Shtrley Wilson Editor
Zetta Sager Business Manager
Seated left to right Robert Doty senior editor Eleanor Bradford orgamzatlon co edttor Edith Anne
Doolittle underclass edltot Kathryn Rlchards assistant editor Shirley Wilson editor Ruth Anne
Richards associate editor Iune Alday orgamzatton co editor Iay Beneman sports editor
Standing Lois Martm typlst Betty Armstrong chxef typtst Lois Lazarus art editor Harold C
Wrckard advzser Lucille Twtgg faculty edztor Ed1th Lewis typzst Iune Smith typzst
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Progresslng chrono1og1cally Wrth the seasons
The 1946 Allegew1 presents the act1v1t1es ot the
school as they are met dur1ng the year Several
new features have been added to th1s volume
For the hrst trme underclassmen s pxcrures have
been taken rn homeroom groups rather than
larger groups D1v1s1on pages have been made
more xnformal ea h leadlng gradually 1nto the
tollowmg sect1on Add1t1on of school GCllV1ly
photographs has also been the a1m of the staff
Ruth Rrchards Assocrate Edrtor
Greta I-lersch Advertrsmg Manager
business manager Greta Hersch advertrsmg manager Ahce lean Borgman Rose Marle Grabenstem
Betty Harper advertzsmg assistants
Second row Leonore Lazarus BEFDICG Frledland Pete Dendrlnos Wllbert Robertson Stanley Blshop
Arley Canlleld Iohn Bachman Herman Myers Margaret Lancaster Dons Apsey
Thrrd row Shrrley Tabler Sh1rley Hershberger Dorothy McIntyre
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Seated, left to right: Sue Kamens, Pauline Durant, Rosalie Yantorno, circulation managerg Zetta Sager,
Seated left to rrght Ahce Borgman Margaret Baker V1v1an Iudy lay Beneman Mary LOUISE Davxs Shlrley
Wrlson lean Gaither Greta Hersch Kathryn Schade
Standzng Sylvra Mrtchell Edlth Lewls Delore Fletcher Welch Hardman Do othy Mclntfre Thomcs Iamrson
Carol Boch Mlss Murray advzser Iarnes Radchlfe Vxrg ma Gratehouse He1r'a'1 Myc Shxrl y K-nlkxnson Ted
Urlce Peggy ONeal Iames Leader Iane Huey
ALL AMERICAN 1945
Every other Wednesday at Allegany means Mlrror Day A v1tal Dart of Alco hfe thxs
school pubhcahon aftord features 1okes latest goss1p and up to the mmute news on all school
Always an award wmner at Natronal SCl'1OlGSl1C Pre A ofuauon convenuons and 1
Columb1a Scholashc Press As oc1a11on conferences the 1946 s G1 a 'n d lor a repo 1t1on ol
the coveted All Amerlcan rcmng
Under the 1n p1r1ng lcc1clerh1p of Mary E Murray and Clauc L1 0 Gy co adn or
the Alcohr MIIYOT has a tamed outstandmg ml! 01 or
held or hlgh school Journalrsm
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Elaine Diamond, vice-president, Betty Kilroy, president
and Barbee Sue Mansfield, secretary and treasurer, at-
tentively listen to Mrs. Bruce, the adviser, as she gives
detailed instructions for the :leveloprnent ol the Ameri-
can Education Week Posters . . . a feature of this year's
may walk inlo the art roam
projects to make Allegany a
zationfi' al Elle
Betty Kilroy finishes her winning poster in the 8th
War Loan Drive Contest while Wanda Lober and Iames
Goldsworthy complete sketches for the 1946 Allegewi
as Dorothy Elder contemplates the finishing ol the WUI
One ol the most popular organi-
gany is the Art Club. At any time of the day, you
and find members of the club diligently working on varied
r ore beautiful and attractive school
The VGIIOU a tivrie for which the club has gained admiration and recognition in
cluded many poster di play Ch 1 tmas decoratlons Window murals and the advancement of
the artistic ability of the group through competition in national contents for scholarships
At the bi We lly rn ings he program was often high hgh ed by the appearance of a
local artist who spoke on ter hniques and demonstrated types of drawing painting and lettering
The mission of art is to represent nature
THE MIT EL B
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Kilrcy B tty lfin ran i.. ta li rie B rose Ste Nan '1 ld All e S erk
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First row, left to right: Sylvia Mitchell, Everstine Mitchell, Margaret Moody, Betty Lou Gulick, Connie Cook, Barbara Bright,
lean Gaither, Marjorie Schade, lean Heavner, Ann Poorbaugh, Virginia Bergman, Shirley Wilson. Second row: Iames Close,
Dorothy Elder, Lorraine Kompanek, Kathryn Schade, Ann Martin, Frances Allen, Margaret Baker, Alice Iean Borgman, lane
Auman, Elnora Troxell, Robert Doty, Miss Pritchard, adviser. Third row: Iennings Curry, Earl Manseau, Wayne Dawson,
Lewis Walker, Lyndon Gump, David Margolis, Arley Canfield, Iay Benemang Dan Mars, Pete Dendrinos, Robert Starcher.
A variety of well-planned and well-executed activities
has brought Omicron Kappa Sigma to the tore as one of
the leading school organizations.
The presentation ot the one act comedy, "Sugar and
Spice", in the senior high assembly in November, inaugu-
rated the club's roster of productions for this year. The
praise given the play by students who attended was
ample evidence ot the actors' skill.
The O. K. S. Kappa Kapers. held in November in the
school gymnasium, was the first semi-formal dance of
the year. Vivian Iudy was crowned Miss Allegany and
she reigned throughout the evenings' festivities.
Other activities of the year included a declamation
contest, a tour of W. T. B. O., local N B C radio station, a
spring assembly, and the presentation ot a three-act play,
"Snafu," in February.
For ty Two
Dorothy Elder, Arley Canfield, Robert Doty,
and lean Gaither are caught during one ot the
many rehearsals. Kathryn Schade is directing.
Aspiring to uphold the Allegany tradition of outstand-
ing dramatic performance are the members of S. I. D.
In the lengthy perparation of the annual assembly
program, the members acquired poise and learned much
concerning "make-up", production, and stage manage-
As proof of their talents is the acclaim they won from
the students and faculty for their enjoyable assembly
Katherine Hin' Lewis Everstine' Iosephine At their bi-weekly meetings, dramatic programs were
Kompanek, Patricia McGee, and Mary Ann presented for the e1'1jOYI1'1e1'1'l of the members.
Lewis develop another S.I.D. program.
These future thespians comprise but a few of the
many who are lured by the stage, the footlights, and the
odor of grease paint.
First row, left to right: Lewis Everstine, William Lester, Tommy Oglebay, Donald Gibson, Donald Teeter, Ray Goetz,
Second row: Barbara Blake, Patty Smith, Connie Smith, Io Anna Rice, Nancy Bailey, Lou Ann Wright, Betty Ruehl,
Katherine Hitt, Ioan Smith, Della Fulton, Mary Dee Rice, Barbara Michaels, Io Ann Stangle, Mary DeVault, Polly Snow.
Third row: Ieannine Barry, Lois Heishman, Nancy Largent, Patty McGee, Alice Smith, lean Snyder, Marcia Hilton, Carolyn
Bowie, Barbara Fulton, Charlotte DeWitt, Sue Cunningham, lean Burkett, Iosephine Kompanek, Mary Ann Lewis. Fourth
row: Mrs, McKenzie, adviser, Ernest Sisk, Iimmy Floyd, Gordon Swan, William Doub, Donald Duken, lack Torbet,
THE HI Y
Recogmzed for the1r outstand1ng quah
t1es ol clean peech clean spor1smansh1p
clean cholarsh1p and clean l1v1ng are the
member of the H1 Y ot Allegany
Always ready to lend a helpmg hand
the boys are known throughout the school
and commun1ty for therr hne pmt of inendly
The1r p ograrn tor the year mclude many
GCl1V1l16S among YIl'11Cl1 are thou annual
dance katmg par le ushermg for game
and the spon or1ng of the program for the
Turkey Day game At the end ot the year
the1r soc1al act1v1t1es are uccesstully
brought to a close w1th an annual blow
A new serv1ce rendered by the organ1za
t1on th1s year IS the ra1s1ng of the llag each
The students and the faculty proudly ha1l
the boys of the H1 Y and extend thexr grat1
tude to them for therr untrrmg efforts rn sup
portmg the better 'rad1t1ons of Allegany
Glen Brant Olm
Yoder and Russell
H1lleary talk over
plans for the hay
Lower Pxcture THE OFFICERS
Kneelmg R1chard Clower chap
tlaln Srttmg Welch Hardman
'pres1dent Mr Sherwood advxser
:Standmg Stanley Bxshop vxce
presldent Wllbert Robertson
secretary Iames Radclltfe treas
Frrst row Iett to rzght Bla1r Lottlg Robert Tabor Welch Hardman Glen Brant Mr Sherwood Iames Rad
clltfe Ralph Lashley Second row Iames Close Herman Myers Rlchard Clower Earle Knott Robert Burkett
Thrrd row W1ll1am Fuller Gxlbert Storey Larry Taylor Howard Peterson Arley Canheld Fourth row Eugene
Brant Noyes Powers W1lllGm Bartlett Stanley Bishop Saumle Ford Fxttn row V1ctor Auvll W1lbert Robert
son Edward Strock Russell Hxlleary Donald Burkert Szxth row Iohn Eckhart Olm Yoder Thomas Iamlson
B rkey Sm1th Ichn Bachman
the faithful 1nsp1r1ng leadersh1p of Miss
m a n D o r 1 s
u E l a 1 n e
Diamond a n d
B tty Armstrong
IOHS lor e
a n n u al rum
V1v1an Iudy presldent Eleanor Brad
ford treasurer Iune Alday VICE
TBI HI Y
The Tr1 H1 Y ol Allegany ha proven to
be one of the best extra curr1cular organ1za
tion 1n the chool That IS true not only for
services rendered to the students and faculty
but to the cornrr1un1ty as Well
Among the var1ed act1v1t1es of th1s
Worthy club are the collect1on of food and
money for the poor and needy at Chnstrnas
and the usher1ng at the forums
The club sponsors many social GCl1V1l1eS
throughout the year 1nclud1ng skatmg par
ties dances an alurnnl tea and the year
1 h1ghl1ghted at the end of the second sem
ester by the Mother Daughter Banquet
The members of the club real1ze much of
the success of the group IS due to the line
pres1dent Sh1rley Wilson secretary
Patty BOW1G chaplam Cldlfe LIVSSCIY their CIdV1SeI'
Frrst row left to zrght Sh1rley WlCkGId Paul1ne Durant Dolores Tuk Ed1th Dool1ttle Iune Alday VIVIGD Iudy
Eleanor Bradford Sh1rley Wilson Patty Bow1e Dor1s Apsey Ruth R1chards Iean Ga1ther Ela1ne D1amond
Second row Dorothene Poland Mar1lyn He1skell Eleanor T1ley Iune Sm1th Kathryn R1chards Kay Harter
Margaret Moody Mar1or1e Schade Mary LOIIS Shober lean Heavner Sh1rley N1chols Barbara Coleman
Dorothy Elder MISS L1vesay advlser Thzrd row Dor1s Dav1s Georgie Huster Sh1rley W1lk1HSOH Maman
Warden Lo1s Martm Betty Armstrong V1rg1n1a Gratehouse lane Auman Margaret Baker Kathryn Schade
Iean WIGTGS Frances Allen Barbara Br1ght Ieanne Marqu1s
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First row left to right Mary Loulse Davls Barbara DeBouck Patty Anderson Barbara Murray Greta Hersch
Carlotta ONeal Iune Alday Delores Tuk Mlss Hxtchlns Sue Kamens lean Heavner Edith Doolittle Dorothy
Elder Eleanor Kelly Eleanor Bradford Shlrley W1 kard
Second row Paul1ne Durant Iohn Borchert Pete Dendrmos Lyndon Gump Iay Beneman lean Wexres
LES JEUNES FRANCAIS
OFFICERS Lett to right Greta Hersch La Secretalre
Pete Dendnnos Le Tresorler Shxrley Wlckard La Presl
dente Mlss HltCh1l'1S La Consellleuse
Les Ieunes Franca1s donne aux eleves
1occas1on de m1eux connaltre les Fran
cms et leurs coutumes en ofirant des
poemes des chansons des pleces et des
Chacque mernbre cholslt un projet et
le developpent Des membres hsent des
romans franccus des autres tradu1sent des
chansons et des autres ecrlvent leurs
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THE HISTIIHY III. B
An mterest 1n c1v1c afta1rs led the
Hlstory Club 1nto a proyect that encom
passed a study of the hlstory of Cum
berland and 1ts surround1ngs
Although hOSlll1ll6S had ceased the
club contmued to sponsor the Allegany
Letter League whlch sent a monthly
news letter to all alumn1 m the armed
Members ol th1s orgamzatlon arranged
a showcase dlsplay bl weekly wh1ch
brought a note ot mnterest and color to
The meetmgs held every hrst and
thlrd Thursday at homes of members
were bgth enloygble and educqhonql A group prepares for one ot the meetmgs Let! to
right Lorrcnne Kompanek Bernard Sxtter Kay Rxchards
Iay Beneman and Shlrley Wllson
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First row, left to right: Iune Alday, Sue Kamens, Shirley Nich Jls, Kathyrn Schade, Mrs. Rogers, adviser, Mary Louise Davis
Iane Aurnan, Ruth Richards, Edith Doolittle.
Second row: Lois Lazarus, Bettie Belt, Alice Iean Borgman, Eleanor Kelley, lean Heavncr, Ioan Gaither, Louise Neat
Margaret Baker, Kathryn Richards, Anna Poorbaugh, Betty Cessna.
Third row: Iames Leader, Iohn Lighter, Betty Blank, Harold Friend.
UPPER PICTURE, EL NUEVO Y EL ANTIGUO, left to
right: Kathryn Richards, Betty Blank, Sue Kamens,
LOWER PICTURE, OFFICERS, left to right: Kathryn
Schade, Shirley Nichols, lane Auman, Mary Louise
SP!-l ISH III. B
E1 Club Espanol es una actividad casi nueva
en Allegany. Se ha probado muy util para los
estudiantes del segundo ano de espanol, dandolos
la practica en usar el idioma.
A las sesiones del Club el reglamento es - no
hable ingles - y los que hablen ingles tienen que
pogar una multa de un centavo cada vez. El
espanol esta usado para los negocios, los juegos,
y los dramas. Tembien el Club tiene informes
acerca de la vida y costumbres de los paises que
habla espanol. Todo esta hace los programes muy
Para reunir el Club un estudients tiene que
completar seis meses o mas en espanol. Todos
los que tienen interes en espanol pueden reunir
cuaudo aprendan de memoria las cosas necessarias.
First row, Iett to right: Shirley Nichols, Dorothy Elder, Kathryn Schade, Margaret Baker, Alice Iean Borgman, Ruth
Richards, Ann Martin, Ioanne Mathews, Virginia Borgman.
Second row: Thomas Iamison, Ralph Lashley Iennings Curry, Iohn Ba:hman, Miss Meyers, adviser, Glen Brant, Bernard
Sitter, Arley Canfield, Herman Myers.
Studying the mysteries ot the universe is the
fascinating subject of the meetings of the Astronomy
Although these Monday night gatherings are
scheduled at the home of members, many times
these amateur astronomers are seen climbing up to
the Harry Footer Observatory. There, under the
leadership of Miss Meyers, adviser, they get close-
ups of the stars and planets which they have pre-
viously studied. Meetings are enjoyably concluded
with refreshments and social chatter.
Applications tor membership were received by
the club at the beginning of the school year, and
the aspirants treated the old members with a
Wiener roast in October. UPPER PICTURE, IN THE OBSERVATORY, Kneeling:
Iohn Bachman, Miss Meyers, adviser, Arley Canfield.
At the telescope: Kathryn Schade. Standing, Iett to
right: Iennings Curry, Shirley Nichols, Alice lean Borg-
man, Margaret Baker, Dorothy Elder, Ruth Richards,
LOWER PICTURE, OFFICERS, Lett to right: Ruth
Richards, Kathryn Schade, Herman Myers, Alice Borg-
man, Glen Brant.
ln its second year, The Marionette Club remains a vital
activity among the pupils of the lower grades.
The members fashion figures in imitation of the human
form or of animals and, managed by persons known as the
controllers, present dramatic performances. Marionettes are
operated from above by a number of strings, with one end
of each string fastened to each joint and the other end to a
control, a paddle-like piece or crossbar of wood, held in the
left hand of the controller, who stands on a bridge or cat-
walk above the stage level.
First row, left to right: Icick Millenson, Ronald Smith, Richard Beeghly, Merven Trail, Charle
Mc:Dermett, Pat McKenzie, Ronald Taste, Arthur Gardner.
Second row: Bill Buckholtz, Ion Millenson, Willis Stump, Robert Mansfield, Fred Dixon,
Teeter, Tommy Blacklin, Eugene May, Donald Bell.
Third row: Paul Goodfellow, George Clise, Bill Clark, Olen Evans, Iack Mansfield, Iames
Reed, Robert Portmess.
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Mrs. Bruce demonstrates the correct
manipulation of the strings and con
troller to Olivia Yancy, Harriet
Eliason, and Della Fulton.
s Hixenbaugh, Bob Mosner, Bob
Roger Lueck, Ioe Miller, Billy
Welson, Tommy Oglebay, Iames
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techniques. Mastery of the skills attained by its members
was very evident in the two excellent assembly programs
presented by the group.
An abundance of praise must go to Mrs. Bruce, the ad-
viser, ior her untiring patience in training these embryonic
Ioe Miller prepares to open the cur-
tain on a performance as Patricia
Borst, Martha Clauson and Ruth
Hersch make the "make-believe" ac-
First row, Ielt to right: Wanda Van Meter, Lawanda Long, Ioann Bradfield, Marjorie Young, Olivia Yancey, Harriet
Eliason, Della Fulton, Bonnie George, Iean Whipkey, Ruby Henderson, Evelyn Lepley.
Second row: Iean Hale, Mary Io Shirley, Beverly Bruce, Madeline Shook, Lois Fisher, Dolores Everett, Dana Myers, Alma
Hose, Ioan Hare, Ianet Iewell, Ianet Steam.
Third row: Beverly Iones, Ioyce Iackson, Lois True, Iacqueline Loar, Eleanor Whetsell, lane McIntyre, Ioyce Fyke, Iane
McColly, Sue Pufiinburger, Betty Petenbrink, Iean Wrigleman.
Fourth row: Patricia Borst, Norma Carter, Marlyn Kelly, Mary Pyne, Ruth Hersch, Irmadel Combs, Mildred Twigg, Ioan
Cooksey, Ioann Stangel, Dona Wilson.
THE SQUAD Seated on floor Cunnmgham H1nze Seated on bench Radcliffe Bachman Prlce Shaw Brant Standing
Wrlght asslstant manager Llvengood Bartlett Meyers Fuller Sterne Storey and Coach Bowers
Radcllffe scores tn the ftrst
excxtmg Fort H111 game
Aga1n Allegany s Campobello Cyclone has brought to a close an extremely
successful season by brmgtng to us the honor of possessing both the W M I
and Clty Champtonshlps
Frnrshmg wtth a record of elghteen vxctorres agatnst a trxo of defeats the
1946 Camper aggregatlon proved ttself among the hnest to pace the Allegany
The Alco basketeers playing under the able tutorshrp of Coach Walter L
B111 Bov ers who celebrated twenty years of successfully gurdmg our basket
ball teams thls season showed marked lmprovements as the season progressed
Takrng full advantage of thexr average herght of well over s1x feet the Camper
g1ants exh1b1tec1 balanced team play an excellent defense and accurate pomt
Openmg the season w1th a pair of holdover regulars Iohn Bachman and
Gene Shaw Allegany twtce toppled a compartttvely weak Somerset team
wmnrng from the Eagles on our home boards by a 39 25 count and topplng the
Pennsylvantans on their court 36 18
Alco tasted tts ftrst defeat rn December when a strong Alumnx team com
posed of many former blue and whrte cage lummarres won by a 27 25 score
Showmg only flashes of wmnmg form clurmg the early part of the season the
Campers also lost to the Keyser Hrgh Tornado 48 45
Rtdgeley was the Campers thlrd v1ct1m as a hghtmg blue and Whlle quxnt
regrstered a 4122 vlctory Allegany by a 51 35 score as the A H S second
strmgers played three quarters of the game
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home, 34-24. The fast breaking Engh-
men took a lead in the first quarter
and were never topped. Some nifty
defense playing by Bob Price and
Glen Brant kept the game closer than
the score indicates.
With the appointment of Bob Price
as the Alco Captain, the Bowers men
acquired new form and defeated
Central, 48-21 at Lonaconing.
Beall joined the list of victims as
"Iimmy" Radcliffe lead the scoring by
tallying eleven points in a total score
Bruce was easy and Allegany
rolled to a 54-20 count with Bachman
leading the scorers by sinking fifteen
Allegany downed Fort Hill, to be-
gin the quest for city honors, tapping
the sentinels on their court 35-20. The
game was a thriller! ln breaking the
Hilltoppers seven game winning
streak, the Campers were quite erra-
tic during the first half, leading by
ll-9 at half-time. In the second half,
Allegany "took the lid off", blanked
the losers during the third period, and
outscored the Sentinels during the
last quarter. Bachman, Shaw and
Radcliffe lead in the scoring.
The Bowersmen completely out-
classed the Irish five and took a 13-9
lead at the quarter and were never
threatened. Captain Price was the
outstanding player for Allegany as he
tallied seventeen points.
Keyser came next on the schedule
and in the West Virginia city, the
Campers gained revenge as they re-
duced the Golden Tornado to a mere
zepher by a 26-23 score. The half
ended 13-13 but Shaw put Allegany
in front at the opening of the second
stanza by dropping a foul shot and,
from there on, the Campers domin-
ated the play and the score, even
though, the count was tied on five
The Allegany second-stringers again
came into the lime-light in defeating
Beall and Bruce were no match for
the rangy Campers and lost by 38-18
and 49-33 counts. Price was high
scorer for Allegany on both occasions
netting thirteen tallies against Beall
and fourteen against the Bulldogs.
Allegany clenched both the city
and W. M. I. diadems by topping
Fort Hill a second time to the tune
of 48-29. The game was a rough and
A fighting Ridgeley team took the
S ?er9 ' ' ' by surprise
w, wi ll fiv yi d f -25, in gm
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39 Somerset 25
25 Alumni 27
36 Somerset 18
45 Keyser 48
41 Ridgeley 22
51 Barton 35
24 Westmont 34
48 Central 21
41 Beall 29
54 Bruce 2U
35 Fort Hill 20
37 La Salle 28
26 Keyser 23
37 Barton 18
55 Central 21
38 Beall 18
49 Bruce 33
48 Fort Hill 29
25 Ridgeley 27
33 La Salle 22
33 Westmont 26
In the most erratic and ragged
game of the six city contests played
here this season, Allegany emerged
triumphant over LaSalle, in the
Campers' finale at home, by the
score of 33-22. Gene Shaw led the
Alco scorers with ten tallies.
Allegany wound up its twenty-one
game schedule by Winning from the
Westmont Hilltoppers by a 33-26
score in Iohnstown, Pa.
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PARTICIPATION IN INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROVIDES
GOOD CLEAN WHOLESOME ATHLETIC RIVALRY
The desrre to actually part1c1pate tn some held ot athletrcs has lead many
Allegany students to engage ln rntramural sports as sponsored by the physrcal
educatron department Such athletrc competrtron usually leads to torrnatron
of leagues or other contests between homeroom groups or classes and always
creates excrtement and thrrlls for the fans as well as the players At the con
cluslon ot each tournament the wrnners are announced and therr sportsman
sh1p acclarmed to all
SOFTBALL 9th grade lHome Room IZUD Frrst tow Ie! to zrght Paul Cowgell
Ioseph Easy Donald Grbson lack Gardner Donald Davr Second row
Trny Deatz Wrlllam Dav1s Frank Foster Iohn DeVault Glenn Gott
SOFT BALL 8th grade tHome Room 2l2l Fust row left to ugh! Charles
Burley Dale Dorsey Iames Krlroy Harold Crabtree Iohn Bopp Decatur
Bear Second row George Tyrea Wrllram Dawson George Leyh Ronald
SOFT BALL 7th grade II-Iome Room 2041 Frrst row left to rtght Raymond
Ienkrns Robert Whrtman Howard Deal Vernon Klter Paul Webb Iohn
Morgan, Ioseph Srmpson Second row Clarence Raley W1ll1am Howsare
Lee Chenowrth Robert Athey Henry Davr Glenn Campbell
SOCCER 8th grade lHome Room 2lUl Ftrs! row Iett to rtght Mary Ellen
Ward Ioan Bosley Polly Snow Mary DeVaul Ka hleen Barron LOIS
'lrrck Patty Ftsher Second row Iackre Frskell Ioan Bennett Martha
Murray Ro e Lyons Ianot Cro sland Eleanor Whet ell Valena Clark
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row: Betty Blank, Doris Apsey, Earl Mansecru, Iohn Kline, Allan Williams, Iames Hoover, Millard Bolyard, Harold Hartsock,
Richard Lowdermilk, Thomas Hutcheson. Third row: Mary Ellen Ward, Nile Webb, Io-hn Price, Barbara Goii, Richard
Moyer, Ronald Sneathen, Charlotte Gardner, Iuanita Blank, Iames Close.
THE GREAT BIB
Our Band forms the traditional A.
F iity Six
What makes a big game complete? What
makes a parade a success? What puts the
pep into "pep" meetings? The answer to these
three questions is a unanimous cry from Alco's
students . . . "Our Band!"
The Allegany High School band, under the
direction of Miss Dorothy Willison, has com-
pleted another successful year. The results, of
long hours on the athletic field practicing
formations, were viewed between halves at
many football games. The excellent perform-
ance of the band on the annual assembly pro-
gram spoke well for the efforts of its members
First row: Rosemary Everstine, Ioanne Robinson, Nola Barnard, Ieaneen llartlcy, Ioanne Campbell. Second row: Bernard
Sitter, Alpha Phares, Bernie Coberly, Elizabeth Bete, Richard Heinrich, Robert Doty, Allan McGraw, Donald Humbertson
Mabel Murray, Maxine Stoutter. Third row: Bernard Blake, Delores Hamilton, Gregory Miller, Harold Winstanley, Carolyn
Brant, Dorothene Poland, Edward Grimshaw, Albert Tais, Harry Taylor, Nan Ellen McCullough, Martha Norris.
In May the band participated in the Spring
Concert. Climaxing the year's activities repre-
sentative musicians joined with other young
people from every school in the county to
present the Music Festival.
Throughout the whole year, at its every ap-
pearance, the Band has, by the excellence ot
its performances, added prestige to our school.
For loyalty and colorful display, the Band,
and Miss Dorothy Willison, the director, are de-
serving of our highest praise.
We are justly proud ol the Allegany Band!
Mary Iean Scott, Margaret Russell, Rosemary Everstine,
Ioanne Robinson, and Nola Barnard, our twirlers, "strut their
stuff" for Iennings Curry, drum major.
OFFICERS, Ieft to right: Kathryn Schade, vice-presi-
dent, Patty Bowie, treasurer, Doris Apsey, secretaryp
Vivian Iudy, president, Mrs. Winter, adviser.
Clear young voices, lifted in song, fill the air
and permeate the halls each Tuesday and
Thursday afternoons when the Choral Club
meets to rehearse.
In Ianuary, the club presented to both junior
and senior high assemblies what proved to be
one or the outstanding programs ot the year.
Their rendition of such semi-classics as "There
Are Such Things", and "The Night is Young"
was near professional, While in contrast, Ma-
latte's "The Lord's Prayer" was a thing of stirr-
ing solemn beauty.
Seventy senior high girls and Mrs. Betty Win-
ter are proud of the role they play in Alle-
gany's musical life. They have gained and
given much pleasure as members of the Choral
First row, left to right: Maxine Conrad, accompanist, Marian Billings, Iune Gardner, Delores Welsh, Margaret Moore,
Patty Anderson, Ruth Farrel, Iune Alday, Vivian Iudy, Kathryn Richards, Alice Sherk, Sara Iane Lee, Beverly Wilt, Doris
Davis, Sylvia Mitchell. Second row: Elaine Diamond, Sheila Doyle, Esta Marie Kerns, Edith Doolittle, Ann Reynolds,
Dolores Fletcher, Laura Brown, Mary Lou Wilson, Everstine Mitchell, Betty Hinzman, Betty Kilroy, Georgia Huster, Iune
Rodda, Betty Kight, Virginia Haus, Gwen Smith, Clara Iune Giltord, Iacqueline Barnett, Ruth Richards, Margaret Russell,
Sue Kamens, Patty Bowie, Barbara Bright, Barbee Sue Mansfield, Margaret Moody. Third row: Sharleen Orndoff, Delores
Tuk, Doris Apsey, Ann Randall, Mary Grabenstein, Shirley Fuller, Rosalie Yantorno, Pauline Durant, Carlotta O'Neal, Iean
Andrews, Doris Trenton, Betty Blank, Shirley Nichols, Barbara Coleman, Ieanne Marquis, Sue Bartlett, Betty Coftey, Frances
Allen, Beverly Smith, Kathryn Schade, Doris Dawson.
Noth1ng IS qurte so pleaslng to the ear as
the sound of young men s1ng1ng We at Alle
gany are fortunate to have among us thrrty
well tramed male volces Wh1ch comb1ne to
form the Men s Glee Club
Under M1ss Dorothy W1ll1son the club met
thrlce weekly for rehearsals The tra1n1ng they
rece1ved 1n s1ght read1ng and four part har
mony requ1red constant apphcatxon Desp1te
th1s the boys always came back for more
s1mply because they lrke to smg And we are
glad they d1d for Allegany hkes to hear them
Bernard Sltter Gene Shaw Ronald Ellls and W1ll1am
Hartsock comprxse our male quartette and Dons Davls
IS the accomphshed accompanlst
Fnst row let! to ugh! Iohn Blgg Thomas Mltchell W1ll1am Hartsock Wlll1GH Kagy Iohn Klme Eugene Porter Alfred
Wayne Dawson Danlel Mars Gene Shaw Ierry Swan Earle Knott Thomas Hutcheson, Bernard Slttel Dlrector Mlss
W1ll1son Accompantst Dons Davls
Erling, Robert Doty, lennings Curry, Robert Smith. I Second row: Donald Ort,LGilbert 'Storey, Ronald Ellis, Millard l3olyard
Singing strings, muted brasses, and soaring Woodwinds are
blended under the baton of Miss Dorothy Willison to produce
the melodies which emanate from the auditorium each Tuesday
and Thursday afternoon.
From its inception in 1920 the senior orchestra has been a
vital force in the life of the school. When music is needed for
chestra is always ready to perform.
Miss Dorothy Willison Director
Seated lelt to right Iohn Kline Martha Norrts Dorothene Poland Eleanor Bradford Ruth Richards Dons Apsey Kathryn
Richards Charlotte DeWitt Robert Doty Saumle Ford Allan McGraw Mary Richards Edna Hounshell Ernest Screen Ierry
Swan Bernie Coberly Iames Hoover Donald Humbertson Earl Manseau
Standmg Elizabeth Bete Allan Williams Ronald Sneathen Harold Wmstanley Donald Ort Miss Wrlhson Thomas Hutche
THE SE IUH UHEHESTHA
In addition to these appearances a pleasing program was
presented before the senior high assembly and the group was
also featured 1n symphonies at the annual spring concert
The orchestra has accomplished its a1m which IS to emulate
the standards set by the organization in former years and to
encourage an appreciation for instrumental music among the
students The heart of the orchestra our ensemble
Donald Ort at the piano Miss Wxllison at
back of piano Seated Charlotte DeWitt Kath
ryn Richards Ruth Richards Eleanor Bradford
Edna Hounshell Ernest Screen Mary Richards
Standmg Robert Doty Allan McGraw Earl
Manseau Bernard Sitter Berrue Coberly Allan
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assemblies programs and commencement activities the or-
No Christmas season would be complete without the can-
tata which is presented annually by the Allegany choir- nor
could we feel that spring had really arrived unless the choir
heralded its coming in the music festival each April.
Featured Coloratura Soprano
Fzrst row left to right Kathryn MacManms Mary Rlchards Mlllard Bolyard Ieanne Marquis Bernard Sltter Iean D1xon
Thomas Hutcheson Kathryn Schade Damel Mars Ann Randall Earle Knott I Betty Cessna Wayne Dawson Sue
Bartlett Patty Anderson
Second row Martha Norris Eugene Porter Maxine Conrad Donald Ort Betty Blank Alfred Erlmg Betty Harper Robert
Smlth Dorls Apsey Robert Doty Vivian Iudy Iennmgs Curry Ruh Richards
Third row Elva Mae Nesbitt Bernard Blake Dons Davrs Wllllam Kagy Everstme Mltchell Iohn Kline Mlss Wtlllson
Ronald Ellis Iacquelme Barnett Iohn BIQQS Kathryn Richards Thomas Mxtchell Sylvla Mitchell
H LLEB!-lNY IIHUIH
The Allegany cho1r has truly become an integral part of our
music department Str1v1ng to maintaxn sterling standards Miss
Dorothy Wtllison has agarn led her group of carefully selected
voices through another year
A selected group from the Chorr rs the
Octet compnsed of eight ot the better voices
First row left to rzght Dons Davls Kathryn
Richards Maxine Conrad Vivian Iudy Second
row Wxlham Hartsock Ronald Ellis Bernard
Sitter and Gene Shaw Ieanne Marquls IS the
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The girls of grades 7, 8, and 9 find outlet for
their musical talent in the Iunior Choral Club.
Comprised of over one hundred members, the
organization ranks as the largest single group
in the school. Quality as well as quantity is
emphasized, however, for each applicant is tested
and classified before being admitted to the club.
An assembly program which was presented
in Ianuary was the outstanding activity of the
first semester, while preparations for the lunior
High festival kept the girls busy through the
Headed by Charlotte Gardner, president, and
directed by Miss Dorothy Willison, these fledgling
songbirds have learned well the rudiments of THE OFFICERS: pany Smnhl V,Ce.p,eS,de,,f,
C1101-Q1 Singing' Doris Platt, librarian, Mary Lewis, treasurer,
Charlotte Gardner, president, Maybelle Murray,
director of publicity, Patty Sheckles, vice-presi-
dent, Sue Millholland, secretary, Miss Willison,
director, Iosephine Kompanek, accompanist, and
Carol Rieth, accompanist.
UNIUH EHUHAL CLUB
First row, left to right: Iuanita Shirley, Mary lane Walton Shirley Stitcher, Iosephine Kompanek, Mary Ann Lewis,
Ioy Anne Iackson, Ruby Iean Henderson, Helen Will, Iariet Keyes
Second row: Iune Kesecker, Mary Ellen Ward, Donna Sue Foley, Mardel Riggens, Marilyn Kelley, Dolores Vernall,
Mary Elizabeth Erling, Dorothy Shertzer, Dana Myers, Lois Kriel, Valena Clark
Third row: Paula Likens, Charlene Hare, Lee Ioy Greathouse, Lois Fridley, Betty Boor, Anna Mae Firey, Ioy Ann
Lindeman, Carol Conrad, Barbara Henry, Wilda Winterberg, Pattie Smith, Connie Smith, Kathleen Barron.
Fourth row: Ioan Bennett, Le Wanda Long, Lois Warnick, Louise Lowery Pauline Patton Shirley Weaver Sue Cunn-
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g am, oores Howe, Catherine Morton, Alene Billings, Ioan MacBeth, Edith Sweene, Barbara Russell,
Fifth row: Mary Virginia Yeager, Marlene Yeager, Beverly Buskirk, Carole Beith, Eileen Ort, Mildred Twigg, Dolores
Thomas, loann Boden, Mary lane Robb, Nan Ellen McCullough, Ianet Wilson, Mabel Murray, Sondra Schindler.
Sixth row: Ieannine Berry Mary Io Shirley Doris Platt Beverly Bruce Bett Mills D b G d S
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holland, Charlotte Gardner, Iuanita Blank, Hilda Stump, Barbara George, Sally Pfeiffer, Greta Hicks.
Seventh row: Shirley Henley, Ioanna Bradfield, Vera Bestwick, Betty Baird, Evelyn Hansel, Ann Murphy, Carole lean
Minke, Barbara Lehman, Iean Cessna, Marjorie Ann Daniels, Patty Fisher, Eleanor Whitsell, Mary Ann Yarnall
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rg t row. Eleanor Osbourne, Lois Ann Wright, Elizabeth Long, Elizabeth McNabb, Ioyce Often, Patricia Whitney,
Lula Sue Dorsey, Virginia Ward, Betty Gatton, Martha Murray.
Eagerness for future participation in the Senior Band and Orchestra makes membership
in this organization exciting. Under the capa ble direction of Miss Willison, the members are
instructed in the playing of various instruments to provide an ever-flowing tide of musicians
for the more advanced groups.
First row, left to right: Miss Willison, director, Iohn Burkett, George Wolf, William Hiser, Iames Hiser, Paul
Webb, Donald Webb, Lyle Webb, Charles Troxell. Second row: Franklin Phares, Ioan Barnard, Manella Mc-
Colley, Iuanita Blank, Charlotte De Witt, Doris Platt, Carol Conrad, Blaine Morton. Third row: Albert Tase,
Iames Yoder, George Leyh, Ronald Hoelzer, Thomas Oglebay, Philip Everline, Gifford Grindle.
First row, left to right: Iames Raupack, Roy Hawkins, Ierry Twigg, Donald Ziler, Ray Goetz, George Clise,
Paul Goodfellow, Donald Bell, Iohn Kreiling, Wendell Gross, Louis Everstine, William Hiser, Iames Hiser, Duke
Marley, Second row: William Clark, Leonard Everick, Arthur Gardner, Blaine Morton, Theodore Blunk, Wayne
Wyath, Albert Tase, Ion Millenson, Fred Dixon, Ronnie Tase, lack Harper, Philip Everline, lack Gruif. Third
row: Ronald Nauzle, Warren Ryan, George Leyh, Ioseph Strock, Iohn Whetzel, Iames Floyd, lack Mansfield,
Robert Hutcheson, Ronald Hoelzer, William Doub and Ioanna Bradfield, accompanist, Miss Willison, dire:tor.
As the above group features the instrumental training for younger pupils, so this
group provides instruction in voice development to be sure of replacements in the advanced
male groups. The enthusiasm of the members revealed no contemplated lack of male singers.
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Nme stalwart lads
prepare lor Fall Class1c
m Sprmg Practlce
Sprung arrived al: Allegany
with a lcaleldoscoplc array ol: blooming
flowers, robms songs, and blue skies
Radcliffe and Ba hman prachce baseball m
ant1c1pal1on of the B1 Stale Campalgn
Mlss N1cht leads an emcyable blology excurslon
and Barbara Conme Belly Lee and Don learn
about a tree
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When the longest wcry home
was th sweetest way
ardent fans watched a flashy baseball team sprung fever attacked
Now we know 1t s Sprmg
puplls who dreamed of the
great out of doors the class play annual prom pronounced outstandmg soclal event of
the year commencement processron ended It all
Commencement week begms wlth Semor Sermon
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The Clubs are In full achvlty
Dances offer needed dlverslon
Musical 0YgClhIZOfl0hS strike new note
Bachman is safe at third.
Winning the City and Bi-State Champion-
shrps the 1945 Allegany Baseball Team en
1oyed 1ts best season in a decade The Bowers
tossers w1th Tommy Burns whipping his fast
ball across the plate fannlng sixty tour and
Tom Tex Powers poundmg the apple at
a torrid clip trounced seven of the eight teams
to face them Fort Hill was the only ball club
to down the Campers squeezing out a 5 4
Tom Burns started on the mound in the
Hyndman game and coasted to his frrst v1c
tory as the Blue and Whrters pounded out ten
hrts for a like number of runs Beall was
Burns second victim losing 7 l behind Toms
one hit prtching The Bowersmen garned
revenge by routing LaSalle 44 Conference
Champs 2310 as Olin Moody and Burns
twirled and the Camper sluggers with Bach
man Price and Radchfte leadmg the way
pounded out thirteen h1ts Bachman s sev
enth mnrng smgle gave Alco a 6 5 vrctory
10 Hyndman 2
7 Beall l
23 LaSalle lO
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over Fort Hill . . . Hyndman bowed for a
second t1me as Moody allowed but l1Ve
is Beall followed su1t losmg to the
Campers 6 U Captain D1ck DeHart s homer
brought two champronships to the Campers as
LaSalle fell 3 2 A flnal 1nn1ng rally failed
as Fort Hill handed the champs their only
setback 5 4
The Bowersmen lined up wrth Burns C5 Ul
and Moody f2 ll p1tch1ng Radcliffe fZ38l
catching Price f25Ul at first Captam Drck
DeHart f 24Ul at the keystone sack and Tom
Powers t48Ul at the hot corner Willison
f U89l Bachman f 250l and Baker f 3239 ably
covered the outer gardens
Much credit goes to Coach Bowers who
started with a team that had Won but a
single game the previous year and built a
champronshlp club DeHart was the team cap
tain Tom Powers lim Radcliffe Dick DeHart
Iohn Bachman and Tom Burns made the
All Star Team
Myers lets go wxth a curve Radcliffe calls for a slow one Price takes a cut
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On March 15 the Semor Class presented Out of the Frylng
Pan a gay and ltght hearted comedy by FIGHCIS Swann
as the annual class play
Three young men and three young women were sharmg an
apartment They were would be stage folk and had been drlven
to thxs communlty scheme by lack ot economtc securrty It was a
wacky plan they had ln mmd to thelr apartment was tmmedl
ately above that of a Broadway producer who had qulte a h1t
runnmg on Broadway and was about to cast a road company
The srx would be actors rehearsed the play that the producer
clalmed as hrs current success but thetr problem be ame how to
get the producer upstalrs to WllU6SS thelr performance The plan
was further complicated by the tact that a snlppy young frlend
of one of the glrls entered the ptcture and threatened to tell the
grrls father that she IS ltvxng rn what could most pohtely be
called an unusual manner It so happened that the producer was
an amateur chef of some conslderable Cllblllly and rlght tn the
mxddle of a cuhnary concoction he ran out of flour He came
upstalrs to borrow a cup
At last' The k1dS had hlm ln thelr apartment and they refused
to let htm out even though rt meant a romp through bedlam to
Keep hlm there To lmpress hxm wxth thxs h1str1on1c abtllty they
staged an h1lGTlOUS murder scene Whrch became so reallstlc that
pollce swarmed all over the stage and the mlsunderstandmg
grew and through 1t all Equxty dues got pazd the landlady re
nt and the stx hopefuls were assured a tual
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Out ot the Frymg Pan
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ALLEGANY HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1946
The Senior Class
"OUT OF THE FRYING PAN"
1946 Class Play
Staged by Harold C. Wickard
MRS. GARNET ssss..,..,.,.
KATE AULT ,,,,.,s
MR. COBURN ,,,..,,.
MR. KENNY ,.....
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The entire action of the play takes place in the
.iving room ot a brownstone front apartment in
New York City.
Herman is captured as a suspect!
"Our Dottie" with her hero - Herman Myers.
Scene l: Late Friday afternoon in
Scene 2: Saturday morning
Stage Manager.. ...,..... Earl Manseau
E19Ctl'iCiC11'1 ......., .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I ohn Lighter
Mistress ot Properties..Shirley Wilson
ASSiStGnt .. ......... ...Mary Louise Davis
Technician .. ...... .Edith Ann Doolittle
SCHIP! Girl ...... ............... G reta Hersch
Sue Kamens - Doris Apsey
House MGHQQGI ......... ,,,,, V iviqn Indy
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Seated Inzms B b::is1n, Ev: Evans Sfindiriq P 'l misc, I lc :W ', Ir' Parry,
Lzlvaxrzrzrz, Mr? B11 qw, 1- 'ugfuni l.1Erc:r1:1r1, Pcffy Anerswn, Len ro l.f1:c1r11s, Fran M '11se.
Caps and gowns have arrtved
nouncements are out yust a few gra1n
of sand rema1n 1n the hour glass We
are consclous of the approach of the
end of our hrgh school hte Scores ot
t1mes each day we hnd ourselves mak
1ng mental note of the last th1ngs
We flnd ourselves repeatlng 1n that
OFFICERS small 1ns1de vorce Th1s IS the last
presrdent Vrctor Auvrl vzce presrdent Iames Young
treasurer and Mlss Theresa Nlcht advrser gym the last Instruction bY G favorlte
teacher We say to ourselves Now
1t IS over Slam the locker door The story 1S ended let the book close
But the book has not ended Iust one chapter IS hmshed
Armed wrth what we have learned 1n our school days We enter now upon new ex
per1ences Ahead 11e the opportunltles for success or tatlure contentment or unrest A
battered world t1red and dtstllusroned has need for every ounce of strength and courage
We can offer Th1s IS the challenge we must accept Th1s 1S a Job we have to complete
Often dur1ng the years whlch w1ll follow our graduat1on we w1ll turn back the pages
of our lrfes book to th1s hrst chapter We w1ll recall classes and teachers surely but far
more than that There w1ll be smlles for m1sty memorles and we w1ll know that Splrlt whtch
combmes study and recreatlon teachers and students 1nto the magnlhcent Whole that IS
the Amertcan school
Our hearts w1ll be happy when we remember Allegany
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IUNE ELAINE ALDAY
ALLEGEWI, 4, Cheerlead
Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Spanish
Club, 4, French Club, 3,
Choral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Orchestra, 2, 3,
IOHN RICHARD BACI-I MAN
ALLEGEWI, 4, Football, 3,
Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 4,
Astronomy Club, 4,
Glee Club, 1, Library
assistant, 4, Cafeteria
monItor, 4, Fire marshal,
DORIS MAI: APSEY
ALLEGEWI, 4, Tri-Hi-Y,
3, 4, Choral Club, 1, 2,
Choir, l, 2, 3, 4, Band
2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 3, 4
Choral Club, 4,
Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4.
MARGARET LOUISE BAKER
Alcohi Mirror, 3, 4:
Astronomy Club, 4,
Spanish Club, 4,
O. K. S., 2, 3, 4:
Press Club, 4.
ELEANOR IANE AUMAN
ll. VICTOR AUVIL
Vice-President of class
2, 3, 4, Football, 2, 3, 4
Academic Hi-Y, 3, 4, Fire Marshal 4
Spanish Club, 4,
O. K. S., 2, 3, 4,
Office assistant, 4.
WILLIAM T. BARTLETT
President of Class,
2, 3, 4, Football,
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball,
2, 4, Baseball, 2, 4,
Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club,
l, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 3, 4,
Library assistant, 4,
Fire Marshal, 4.
IOHN WILLIAM BARTON
Projectionist, 3, 4.
MARGARET EVELYN BEIER
DOROTHY M. BECKWTTH
BETTIE CAROL BELT
Spanish Club, 3, 4.
IAY BARNET BENEMAN
ALLEGEWI, 4: Alcohi
Mirror, 3, 4: History
Club, 4, French Club,
3, 45 O. K. S., 3, 4:
Press Club, 4, Science
Club, 3, 4: Highlight
STANLEY E. BISHOP
ALLEGEWI, 4: Football
2, 3, 45 Basketball, 3, 4
Hi-Y, 3, 4, Glee Club,
l, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 3, 4,
Library assistant, 3, 4,
Office assistant, 4.
IIINNIE BITTNILR ,ff
Office Assistant, 4.
BETTY ELAINE BLANK
Spanish Club, 41
Choral Club, 2, 3, 4,
Choir, 2, 3, 4,
4- - 'n
Band, l, 2, 3, 4. CAROL A. BOCH
Alcohi Mirror, 4.
LESLIE PRESTON BOHRER
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Alcohi Mirror, 4,
French Club, 45
Cafeteria Monitor, 3, 4
GLEN R. BRANT
Football, 3, 4,
Basketball, 3, 45
Baseball, 3, 4, Hi-Y,
3, 4: Astronomy Club,
3, 45 Glee Club, lg
ALICE IEAN BORGMAN
ALLEGEWI, 4: Alcohi
Mirror, 3, 45 Astronomy
Club, 3, 4, Spanish
Club, 4: O.K.S., 2, 3, 4:
Press Club, 4,
"The Toy Shop," 3.
RALPH P. BOWMAN
ALBERT EUGENE BRAN1'
Football, 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y, 3, 4g
Glee Club, 1, 25
Library Assistant, 3, 4.
ALLEGEWI, 45 Tri-Hi-Y,
2, 3, 45 French Club, 3,
Choral Club, l, 2,
Orchestra, l, 2, 3, 4.
BETTY Loulsz CEssNA
Choral Club, 2, 3, 45
TAYLOR M. CARDER Choir, 2, 3, 4,
Commercial Projectionist, 45
Or:hestra, l, 2, 3. Spflrlish Club, 4.
ALLEGEWI, 4: Hi-Y, 4: -fy
ROBERT R. BURKETT Astronomy Club, 4, "
Academic O.K.S., 3, 4, "Ianie," 3,
Hi-Y, 45 Projectionist, 45
Fire Marshal, 4,
Cafeteria Monitor, 3, 4,
Fire Marshal, 4.
Fire Marshal, 4.
NAOMI EILEEN C1-m1.roN'r
BoN 1 me CI. N 9 if X
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f I I f if f Aj ff Vmc1N1A CUNNINGHAM Choir, 4, Bari-T, 1,u4,
F I. ' Commercial Fire Marshal, 4.
yn! l BETTY IAN: CROMWELL
I J lj Commercial
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Folk Dancing, lg
Choral Club, 1, 2.
Teacher's secretary, 4.
LINDBERGH DAVID COOK
Football, 3, 4,
Hi-Y, 4, Fire Marshal
MARY LOUISE DAVIS
Alcohi Mirror, 3, 45
Spanish Club, 45
French Club, 3, 45
Press Club, 4.
Doms F. DAWSON
Choral Club, 45
DORIS MAE DAWSON
CLARALENE MAE DEVORE
PETE GEORGE DENDRINOS
ALLEGEWI, 4: Alcohi
Mirror, 3, 45 History
ROBERT DELMONT Club, 3, 45 French Club,
General 45 S. I. D., 15 O. K. S.,
2, 3, 45 Glee Club, 15
Press Club, 45 Library
DORIS M. DAWSON Assistant, 35 "Ianie",
Commercial 35 "The Toy Shop", 35
Office assistant, 4:
Fire Marshal, 4.
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EDITH ANNE DOOLITTLE
ALLEGEWI, 45 Tri-Hi-Y,
2, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 4:
French Club, 35 S. I. D., ROBERT BRUCE DOTY
Projectionist, 45 S. I. D.
lg Choral Club,
l, 2, 3, 45 Choir, 3.
l: O. K. S., 2, 3, 4:
Glee Club, 3, 45 Band
l, 2, 3, 45 Orchesira,
2, 3, 45 "Ianie", 35
Fire Marshal, 4.
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Astromony Club, 3, 4, t.,, J! , 7 ' I . Yr
French Club, 45 Art l l 1 I ' A- ' Cm'
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Choral Club, 45 Cafeteria
Assistant, 3, 45 Library
assistant, 2, 4. EDWIN FAST, In.
Cafeteria Monitor, 4.
Fire Marshal, 4.
ROBERT N. FLOYD, IR.
Cheerleader, 45 Ba3eball,
45 Glee Club, 3, 45
Choir, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, EMMA IANE FoI.1:Y
I-'ire Marshal, 4. Commercial
'I'eacher's secretary, 4.
SRUMIE H. Form
Football, 3, 4g Hi-Y, 4,
Band, 4, Orchestra, 354, ARTHUR STEVEN FRENO
Cafeteria Monitor, 4. Commercial
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AU-EGEWT: 4: HAnoI.n Buss FRIEND, In
Spanish Club, 4,
O.K.S,, 45 Glee Club,
2, 3: Choir, 3.
NORMA IEAN GAITHER
Alcohi Mirror, 3, 45
Spanish Club, 4, History
Club, 4: O.K.S., 2, 3, 4:
Press Club, 45 "Icmie", 35
"The Toy Shop", 3:
Highlight Reporter, 3.
Choral Club, 1.
Alcohi Mirror, 45
RosE MARIE GRABENSTEIN Teacher's secretary, 4.
Alcohi Mirror, 45 French
Club, Z, 3, 4: O.K.S., 4:
Glee Club, lg Press Club,
45 Cafeteria Monitor, 35
Fire Marshal, 4.
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Football Manager, 2, 3, 45
Basketball, 25 Baseball,
3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 45 O.K.S., 3,
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Fire BETTY IRAN HARPER
Marshal, 4. Academic
Choral Club, lg Choir, 4.
SHIRLEY E. HERSI-IBI:RcI:R
HELENE GRETA HERSCH Tri-Hi-Y, Z, 3.
ALLEGEWI, 4: Alcohi
Mirror, 3, 4, History Club,
3, 45 French Club 4,
O.K.S., 2, 3, 4, Press
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 45
Choir, l, 2, 3, 4.
Teachers secretary, 4.
IowNA IRAN HEIIVNER
Alcohi Mirror, 45 Spanish
Club, 3, 45 French Club,
3g O.K.S., 4, Press Club 4.
Band, 3, Orchestra, 2, 4.
NORMA Iuma Hsnszr.
Orchestra, 2, 3, 4.
IANE ILIENE HUEY
Alcohi Mirror, 3, 4
O.K.S., 3, 4.
IosEPH E. IOHNSON
DONALD W. HUMBERTSON
Band, l, 2, 3, 45
Orchestra, 2, 3, 4,
Library Assistant, Z5
Cafeteria Monitor, 4.
VIVIAN RUTH IUDY
Alcohi Mirror, 3, 45
Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, History
Club, 3, 45 Art Club, 2, 35
Choral Club, l, Z, 3, 4,
Choir, 2, 3, 4, Press Club,
4, Octet 3, 4.
WILLIAM E. KAGY
Cheerleader, 4, Glee
Club, Z, 3, 4, Choir, 4,
Office Assistant, 3, Fire
DOROTHY N. Hurcmsou
IOAN KEITH HYDE
HELEN SUE KAMENS
ALLEGEWI, 4, Spanish
Club, 4, French Club, 35
S. I. D., 1: Folk Dancing, FRED KEEFAUVER
lg Choral Club, l, 2, 3, 4. Commercial
ELEANOR COULTER KELLEY
Spanish Club, 4
French Club, 3, 4.
MARY Io KLINE
DANIEL IOSEPH KERR
Football, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT C. KEYSER
EARLE N. Knorr, IR.
H1-Y, 3, 43 S.l.D., lg
O.K.S., 33 Glee Club,
1, 2, 3, 45 Choir, 45
Office Assistant, 47
Fire Marshal, 4.
IOHN D. KLINE
Football, 3, 45 Glee
Club, 4, Choir, 45
Band, 1, 2, 3, 45
Orchestra, 2, 3, 4.
NORMAN D. KISAMORIZ
MARGARET C. LANCASTER
ALLEGEWI, 4 5 Alcohi
Mirror, 35 Folk Dancing,
lg Ottice Assistant, 4. BETTY IANE LANHAM
Iov LEE LARGENT
Choral Club, 1.
Folk Dancing, l
ALLEGEWI, 4: Alcchi
Mirror, 3, 4, Spanish
Club, 4, Art Club, lg
Folk Dancing, 1.
IAMES A. LEADER
Alcohi Mirror, 4,
Spanish Club, 3, 4.
Teacher's Secretary, 4.
PAUL F. LEASE
Baseball, 2, 3.
AUDREY C. Lizwis
EDITH Ros: LEw1s
Alcohi Mirror, 4.
O.K.S., 35 Teacher's
Secretary, 45 Office
HELEN MARGUERITE LEWIS
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Spanish Club, 4.
IRENE MANILA LLEWELLYN
Office Assistant, 4.
DOROTHY I. MCINTYRE
ALLEGEWI, 4, Alcohi
Mirror, 45 Secretary of
CHARLOTTE Class, 2, 3.
Choral Club, l, Z, 3, 'lg
FRANCIS C. Mousr:
Library assistant, 3,
Library assistant, Z, 3.
4 SYLVIA C. MORELAND
MARGARET IUNE MOORE
Choral Club, l, 2, 3, 4,
I Folk Dancing, lg Choral
' Club, l, 3, Choir, l,
Alcohi Mirror, 3, 4,
Choral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Choir, 2, 3, 45 O.K.S.,
2, 3, 4, Press Club, 4,
Teacher's Secretary, 4.
HERMAN W. MYERS
ALLEGEWI, 4, Football,
2, 3, 45 Basketball, 3, 45
Baseball, 3, 4, Alcohi
BELVA Louisr: Nr:A'r
Mirror, 3, 4, Boy's Hi'Y, Academic
3, 45 Astronomy Club, 3,
4: Press Club, 3, 4.
Spanish Club, 4.
ELLEN VIRGINIA NLWNAM
Choral Club, l.
SlllRI.llY Lou NIcIIoI.5
Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4, Spanish
Club, 4, Astronomy Club,
4, Choral Club, 4.
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1 ., Spanish Club, 3, 45
V O.K.S., Z, 3, 4.
K X, BETTY IANE PERRELL
' SHARLEEN ORNDOFE
JEAN R. OGLEBAY
Teachers Secretary, 4.
Choral Club, 4.
Football, 2, 3.
IAMES HOWARD RADCLIEEE
Football, 3, 4, Basketball,
3, 45 Baseball, 2, 3, 45
Alcohi Mirror, 3, 4,
Hi-Y, 3, 45 Press Club, 4,
Cafeteria Monitor, 2, 3, NORMA RAUPACH
Fire Marshal, 4. Commercial
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ALLEGEWI, 4: Tri-Hi-Y,
3, 4, Spanish Club, 4, RUTH ANN RICHARDS
History Club, 3, 43 Academic
S.I.D., 1: Choral Club, ALLEGEWI, 4,
l, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 2, 3, 4, Astronomy Club, 3, 4,
Orchestra, l, 2, 3, 4,
Octet, 2, 3, 4.
ALLEGEWI, 45 Football,
2, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 3, 4:
Office assistant, 3.
IANIES F. ROBINSON
Spanish Club, 45 Folk
Dancing, lp Choral Club,
1, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 2, 4,
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4,
RUTH IANE RINKER
Folk Dancin 1 2'
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MARVEL A. ROBERTSON
Choral Club, 45
Office assistant, 3, 4.
ZETTA L. SAGER
Alcohi Mirror, 3, 45
Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4, Astronomy
Club, 3, 4: Spanish Club
3, 4, S.I.D., 1, O.K.S.,
2, 3, 45 Press Club, 4
"The Toy Shop."
MAXINE LAVEARN SHAFFER
Distributive d cat'
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IEANNINE WILMA SHNOYER
Office Assistant, 35
Teacher's Secretary, 4.
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History Club, 3, 45 Glee
Club, 3, 45 Choir, 3, 45
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3, 4, Science Club, 3, 4. MARLENL: R. SKELLY
Folk Dcmcmg l
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Choral Club, l.
SHIRLEY LOUISE TABLEI1
Choral Club, 1.
FREDA I. STEVANUS
ROBERT R, TABOR
Football, 3, 4, Hi-Y,
RUTH LEE STEVENS
Office assistant, 3.
Football, 35 Hi-Y, 4,
Glee Club, l.
EDWARD PAUL Srnocx
ALLEGEWI, 4: Hi-Y, 4:
Football, 4: O.K.S., 2, 4
Library assistant, 3,
WINIERED R. STouPrEn "Icmie" 3.
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Teacher's Secretary, 4.
NELSON T. WARREN
ROBERT A. WILL
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Football, 2, 45 Hi-Y, 45
Band, 1, 3, 41 Orchestra,
1, 2, 3, 4g Library DOROTHY VIRGINIA WILI.s
Assistant, 3. Academic
SHIRLEY R. WILSON
ALLEGEWI, editor, 4,
Alcchi Mirror, 3, 4,
Tri Hi-Y, 3, 4: History
Club, 3, 4, Press Club, 4,
Folk Dancing, l: S.I.D., lg
O.K.S,, 2, 3, 41 "lame," 3. V. ARLENE WILT
ALLEGEWI, 4, Choral
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IAMES HENRY YOUNG
Football, l, 2, 45 Basket-
ball, 4, Baseball, Z, 3, 45
Treasurer of Class, 2, 3, 4.
Teacher's secretary, 4
ROEERT IRVING PRICE
Football, 2, 3, 45 Basket-
hall, 3, 45 Baseball, 35
Alcohi Mirror, 45 Hi-Y,
3, 41 Library Assistant, 4.
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171 Baltimore Street
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