Allegany High School - Alleganac Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)
- Class of 1952
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"-744 sam We ww."
The lines, "Boots, boots, boots, marchin'
up and down again," were written by Rud-
yard Kipling to describe the eternal marching
of British regulars in India, but they might,
just as Well, apply to our own "eternal march-
ing" here at Allegany.
Everywhere, busy feet are on the move-
the hurried and uncertain scamper of the sev-
enth graders, the calm purposeful strides of
upper-classmen-feet covered with shoes-the
battered loafers, the sports, trim saddles, and
dainty slippers-on the athletic field and in
the gymnasium, the flying feet of a speedy
trackman, the digging spikes of a burly line-
man, rubber shod feet, pounding down the
floor, leaping for a basket.
How many thousands of feet have trod on
Allegany's marble floors? How many thous-
ands more will follow? Feet that tread her halls
now may one day be braced against the
roll of a destroyer, may feel their way cau-
tiously through the rubble of a bombed city,
or manipulate the rudder pedals of a deadly
fighter, but wherever Alco's sons and daugh-
ters may roam, whatever the conditions, we
feel sure that they shall never forget the hap-
py miles that they have walked through Alco's
The Staff of the 1952 Allegewi feels that
nothing is more representative of American
school life than-"The Shoes We Wear."
THE 1952 I-XLLEGEWI
'fa is K
Few men m the brzet span ot four years have accompl1shed as
much IU behalf ol the school and 1ts students as the present D1recto1' ot
lnstrumental Muslc Under hrs guxdance we have seen the band grow
from a small nucleus mto a top lllght muslcal organzzatron ol which
Allegany may well be proud By hzs words actlons and manner he
has won the respect and adm1rat1on ot all wrth whom he has come zn
contact We teel sure that no one could tzll the busy shoes ol Allegany s
Instrumental Music Dlrector more competently and more capably than
he ln recognztzon ol the many mvaluable servxces he has rendered the
school and the mspmng example he has set tor all the Statt dedxcates
thzs th1rtyt1rst volume ot the Allegewz to Lua S Syckes Dxrector ot
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Saddles loaters sandals bucks all hurrymg towards the same
destmatxon class rooms Although we may prefer to remember the
good tlmes we have had at football games and dances or partrcrpatmg
zn extra currrcular UCflV1lleS classes remam the center ot school hte
Latm Algebra Socxal Studxes Chem1stry Trxg upon these
toundatzon stones' ot knowledge we shall buxld our careers our very
We here at Allegany teel that no school IS better than tts classes
and we are certam that our classes are ot the very best
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CLASS OFFICERSL Left to right
- Diane Warden, secretary,
Arthur Iones, vice-president,
Harry McFarland, president:
Mary Lou Twiqq, treasurer.
THE SENIOR CABINET: Left to
Fiqh!-Ierrie Warren, Room 324,
Wilma Chaney, Room l22, Bet-
ty Lou Robertson, Room 323,
Lucy Kriechbaum, Room 224,
and Iohn Gornall, Room l24.
CLASS ADVISORS' Left to
right-Mrs. Ethel Bruce, ad-
visor on class dues and the
"Prom," Mr. I. Hubert Radcliffe,
consultant on robes, invitations,
and other matters pertaininq to
Commencement, Mr. Harold C.
Wickard, director of Senior
Class Play and Class Niqht
and advisor to the Alleqewi
MARIAN CORRINE ALBRIGHT
Academlc Act1v1t1es Art Club l Poster
Cub 2 3 4
Academic ACIIVIIIQS Football 3 HLY 4
Spantsh Club 4
FRANCIS N ARONHALT
Academic ACIIVIIISS ALLEGEWI 4 A
K 4 Alcohl Mlrror 3 4 Art Club
nd l 2 Football l 2 3 H1Y 2
Science Club l Student Councll 2
Track 1 2 4 Goodbye My Fancy
IAMES D BAKER
EDWARD RUSSELL BALDWIN
Commerclal ACIIVIIISS Football 3
RONALD E BARB
BEVERLY ANN BAUER
Academlc ACIIVIIISS ALLEGEWI 4
Tn H1Y 4 Bowlmq Club 1 3 Choral
Club l 2 3 4 Spamsh Club 4
PATRICIA ANN BEAL
Commercial Actlvxty Hospttal A1de
KATHRYN ANNE BECK
Commercxal Act1v1t1es Art Club 1 3
Choral Club l 2 Poster Club l Teach
ers Secretary 4
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VIVIAN ANN BENETT
Academlc ACIIVIIISS A D K 4 Choral
Club 1 2 3 4 Spcmlsh lub 4 N
BETTY IEAN BISHOP
Commerclal Achvmes Cafeterxa Assxst
ant 3 Cheerleadlng Club 2 Hospltal
NANCY ELAINE BISHOP
Academlc ALLEGEWI 4 Cheerleadmg
Club 2 Choxr 2 4 Hospltal Axde 4
SpCIl11Sh Club 4 Sweeihearts
CONSTANCE IRENE BLUBAUGH
Comrnerclal ACIIVIIIGS Hospltal Alde 4
Teacher s Secretary 4
NORMA IEAN BOWMAN
Academlc Act1v1t1es A D K 4 Lxbrary
MERNA IEANNE BOYLAND
Academxc ACIIVIUGS Bowlmg Club l
Choral Club l 4 Spcmxsh Club 4
ROBERT E BREICHBIEL
General Act1v1txes Cholr 2 3 Glee
Club Z 3
DONALD W BREEDLOVE
Commercxcrl Acnvmes Bowl1ng Club 3
Football l 2
MARY IO BRODBECK
Academlc ACIIVIIISS Cheerleadmg Club
2 Cholr 2 Choral Club l 2 3 4
SHIRLEY MAE BROWN
Commercxal ACIIVIIY ALLEGEWI 4
REX W BURTON
LA VONNE MARGARET CANFIELD
IOSEPI-I THOMAS CANTONE
General Enlxsted In Axr Force
WILMA LOU CHANEY
Commerclal ACTIVITIES ALLEGEWI 4
Cafetena ASSISIUIII 3 Student Councxl 3
Teachers Secrelary 4
The Pepper upper for the
Thanksglvmg Day Game
STELLA CHRISTINIA CHARUHAS
Academrc Actwxtles A D K 4 Alc h1
M1rror 4 Bowlmg Club 4 Chou' 2 3 4
rsh Club 4 Tr1H1Y 3 4 Good ye
IAMES W CHENOWITH
Academnc ACIVIIY Spamsh Club 4
IOAN IRENE CHENOWITH
GEORGE RALPH CHRISTOPHER
General ACIIVIIY Cafeterxa Assrstant 3
VERA LEAH CLARK
Commerclal ACIIVIIIGS A D K 3
Art Club 2 Cafeterlcx Assrstant l
WILLIAM H CLAYTON
DONNA LEE COCHENOUR
Academ1c Actwmes ALLEGEWI 4
A D K 3 4 Bowlmg Club Z C eer
lecxdmg l 2 Choral Club 2 Poster Club
2 Student Councrl l 2 3 Tr H Y 2
The Gor1lla Goodbye My
IOAN ANN COMBS
IUNE ANN COMBS
Fo u rteen
KENNETH L CONNER
GLORIA IEAN COOK
Academic Activities Poster Club l 2 3
4 Spanish Club 4 Student Council 3
MARY ELAINE COOK
Academic ACIIVIIISS A D K 4 Ac
Mirror 3 4 Poster Club l 2 3 4 Sp
ish Club 4 Student Council 3
WILLIAM H COOK
General Activities Band l 2 3 4 Base
ball 3 4 Basketball 3
General Activities Choral Club I Hos
pital Aide 4
HULDAI-I IRENE CRABTREE
CHARLES L CRAWFORD
General Activity Bowlmg Club 2
NORMA RUTH CUBBAGE
ROGER PAUL CURRY
Academic Activities Cafeteria Guide 4
Track l 3 4
ALVIN CHARLES DE BOUCK
General. Activities: Bowling Club lg
Cafeteria Aide 2 3' Football I 2 3 4,
Teacher's Secretary 4, Track 2 3 4.
RUTH MIRIAM DICKSON
Academic, Activities: Basketball, 2 35
Bowling Club 35 French Club 45 Office
DONALD E. DIEHI.
Commercial. Activities: Cafeteria Aide, l,
2, 3, 45 Football, l, 35 Projectionist, 4,
NORMA IACQUELINE DIEHL
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4, Post-
er Club, I, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 4,
A. D. K. 4.
NANCY ANN DIXON
The Pride ot Alco
The great, big
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PATRICIA ANNE DIXON
Academic. Activities: Art Club, 1, 2
Choir, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club, I, 2, 3, 4
Octet, 25 S. I. D., lp Spanish Club, 4, Tri-
Hi-Y, I, 2, 3.
ALICE ELIZABETH DOYLE
Commercial. Activities: Art Club, 2
Cafeteria Assistant, lg Twirling Club, I
NORA MAE DURR
Commercial. Activities: Cafeteria Assist-
ant, 4, Hospital Aide, 4.
RAYMOND R. EASTON
Commercial. Activities: Football, I, 2, 3
4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4.
ROBERT M. EMERICH
Commercial. Activity: Cafeteria Assistant
HELEN MAE EVERETT
CHARLES HAROLD EVERLINE
General. Activities: Choir, 3, 4, Octet, 1
Glee Club, 4.
IOHN G. EVERSOLE
General. Activities: Baseball, 3, 45 Basket
ball, 3, 4: Football, 2, 3, 4.
FLOYD IVAN FLESHER
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in . 2
GLORIA MARIE FRAZIER
Academic Activities ALLEGEWI 4 OI
lice Assistant 4 Spanish Club 4 Teach
ers Secretary 4 Tr1H1Y 4
THOMAS ROY FULLER
IAMES NORMAN GELLNER
General Activities Cholr 3 4 Projection
ist 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Assistant in
Commercial Department 4
Commercial Activities Baseball 3 4
WILLIAM M GERO
Commercial Activities Library Aide 3
Track 3 4
Commercial Activities Cafeteria Assist
ant 2 Choral Club 2
ELIZABETH RUTH GOLDEN
Commercial Activities Art Club 1 Chor
al Club 3 Teachers Secretary 4
IOHN MURRAY GORNALL
Academic Activities ALLEGEWI 4 A D
K 3 4 Choir 3 Senior Class Repre
sentative 4 HIY 2 3 4 Spanish Club
4 Student Council 1 2 Glee Club 2 3
The Gorilla Goodbye My Fancy
GLORIA THERESA GRAY
Commercial Activities PFOISCIIOHISI 4
Teachers Secretary 4
VIOLET MARIE GREATHOUSE
Academic. Activities: Bowling Club 1 2-
Choral Club 1 2- Hospital Aide 3- Span-
ish Club 4.
GLEN WILLIAM GROVE
Commercial. Activities: Majorette -
Teachers Secretary 45 Twirling Club
IOSEPH M. HAGER
Commercial. Activities: Basketball -
Football 3 4.
CURTIS CARL HAINES
General. Activities: Football 1 2 -
GERALD LAWRENCE HARRISON
The Camper Queen and het attend
ants on the1t glonous Blue and
Whzte Float rergn over the annual
Thanlcsgwmg Day Game
THOMAS ELMER HARTLEY IR
Commerclal ACllV1lY Lxbrary Alde 4
IAMES ARTHUR HILAIRE
Academ1c Act1v1t1es French Club 4
RONALD P HILTON
Academ1c Achvxhes Basketball 2 Foot
a 1 Z 3 4 Student Councl
Track 3 4
Cornmerclal ACllV1lY Pro1ect1on1st 3
ROBERT EUGENE HOOK
Commerclal Actwltles Basketball 2 3
Football 2 3 4 Track 3 4
General ACllV1l19S Band 4 Football
DELORES IEAN IACKSON
Academ1c ACllVllleS Basketball 3
Bowlmq Club l Cheerleadmq Club
Choral Club l 3 4 Hosp1talA1de
Spanlsh Club 4
WILMA LEE IEWELL
Academ1c Acuvxhes ALLEGEWI 4 A
K 4 A1cohxM1rror 3 4 Bowlmg Club
3 Choral Club 2 Iunlor Class Repre
sentahve 3 Spcmsrh Club 4 Student
Councll 3 Goodbye My Fancy
BARBARA LOUISE IOHNSON
Academ1c ACl1VllleS Alcohx Mxrror 3 4
Chorr 2 Choral Club 1 2 3 4 French
Club 4 Student Councll l
IUDY ANNE IOHNSON
Academlc ACl1V1l19S ALLEGEWI 4
Cholr 4 Choral Club 2 3 4 French
Club 3 4 Oihce ASS1SlCII'll 4 Tr1H1Y
4 UN Club 4
ARTHUR FORD IONES IR
Academlc ACllVllleS ALLEGEWI 4 Vlce
Preszdent Semor Class French Club 4
H1Y 2 3 4 Student Councll l 2 Glee
u l 2
LORRAINE M KEISER
DONALD C KLINE
Commerclal Actrvlty Asslstant ln the
Commercral Department 4
DOLORES IEAN KNIGHT
Commerclal Act1v1t1es AlCOh1MlIIOT
Bowllng Club 3 Ofllce Asslstant 4
'lwlrlmq Club 2
BETTY IEAN KNOTTS
Aca'em1c Act1v1t1e ALLEGEWI 4
A D K 4 Sudent Councll 3 Good
bye My Fancy
CHARLES ROBERT LANHAM
Commerc1al ACl1V1l1e Caiete 1G Asslst
a 1 2 3 Track 4
LUCY ANN KRIECHBAUM
Academxc ACllVllleS ALLEGEWI 4
Chqlr 4 Choral Club 4 Spamsh Club
4 Tr1H1Y 4 UN Club 4 C.oo'l e
My Fan y
Commerctal Act1v1t1es Alcohl Mrrror 4
Art Club 2 3 Cheerleadmg Cl1.b 2
Cholr 3 4 Choral Club 3 4
HARRIET IANE LEASE
Academic ACl1V1l19S At Cl b 2 Bowl
mq Club 3
RONALD E LEASE
Commerlal Ac 1VllleS Baseball l 2 3
s tball 2 3 4 ootball l Z
IANIS MARIE LEE
Academlc Act1v1t1es Art Club 2 Cheer
leadmg Club 2 Choral Club 3 4 Span
1sh Club 4 Teachers Secretary 4
WILLIAM GARY LEE
General Actlvrty Track 3 4
CONSTANTINE I LIAKOS
Commerc1al Act1v1t1es Cholr 2
Gee Club l 2 3 4 Tea ers Secre
DORIS ANN LILYA
Academlc Act1v1t1es Art Club 1 Basket
ba 2 3 Stud nt Councxl l Tr1H1Y
2 3 4
The Allegewi Camera visits the
Cafeteria during the fourth
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MARIAN HELENE LIPPEL
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4g Al-
cohi Mirror, 3, Art Club, lg Choir, 2,
Choral Club, l, 2, 3, 47 Poster Club, 4,
Spanish Club, 4: Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4.
DORIS IEANNE LONG
Commercial. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 45
Art Club, l, 25 Cafeteria Assistant, 3,
GEORGE WILLIAM LONG
Commercial. Activities: Baseball, 3, 45
Basketball, 3: Football, 3, 4.
LEE IOANNE MARCUS
Academic. Activities: A. D. K., 4, Alcohi
Mirror, 4, Choral Club, 3, 4, Office Assist-
ant, 4, Poster Club, 45 Tri-Hi-Y, 4, UN
MELVIN M. MARTIN
Academic. Activity: Basketball, 3.
ROBERT R. MATLICK
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4, A.
D. K., 4, Football, 2, 3, 4, I-Ii-Y, 3, 4,
Track, 2. 3, 4,
ALBERT W. MATTHEWS
WILLIAM SAMUEL MCAFEE
Academic. Enlisted in Air Force.
HELEN MARIE MCCRAY
Commercial. Activities: Cafeteria Assist!
ant, 35 Teachers Secretary, 4.
HARRY W. MCFARLAND
Academic. Activities: Baseball, 2, 3, 4:
Senior Class President: Hi-Y- 4: Student
Council, 2, 3.
ALVIN I. MCGETTIGAN
Commercial. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4:
Art Club, l, 4: Bowling Club, 4: Choral
Club, I: S. I. D., l: Teacher's Secretory,
4: Tri-Hi-Y, 4.
DWIGHT F. MCKENZIE
IO ANNE MCCOY MCKENZIE
General. Activities: Cafeteria Assistant,
l: Poster Club, 2: Student Council, 2, 3.
Academic. Activities: Choral Club, I: Of-
fice Assistant, 4: Poster Club, 3, 4: Tri-
EILEEN R. MLLLAR
Academic. Activities: Hospital Aide, 4:
Spanish Club, 4: Tri-Hi-Y, 4.
LESLIE MAXINE MILLENSON
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4: A.
D. K., 3, 4: Basketball, 2, 3: Cheerleading
Club, 2, 3: Choir, 4: Choral Club, 2, 3, 4:
Spanish Club, 4: Student Council, 3: UN
Club, 3, 4.
FRANCES IOAN MILLER
Academic. Activities: Alcohoi Mirror, 3, 4:
Bowling Club, I: Office Assistant, 4:
Poster Club, Z: Spanish Club, 4: Tri-
NANCY LOUISE MILLER
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4: A.
D. K., 3: Choir, 2, 3, 4: Choral Club, I,
2, 3, 4: French Club, 4: Octet, 3.
WILLIAM A. MILLER, IR.
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4: A.
D. K., 3, 4: Art Club, l: Band, 2, 3, 4:
4: Orchestra, I, 2, 3, 4: "The Gorilla,'
"Goodbye, My Fancy."
WINNIE MAE MILLER
Commercial. Activities: Choral Club, l:
Poster Club, I, Z: Teacher's Secretary, 4.
Academic. Activities: Alcohi Mirror, 3, 4:
Cheerleader, 3, 4: Cheerleading Club, 3:
Choral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Office Assistant,
4: S. I. D., I: Tri-I"Ii-Y, 3, 4: "Sweet-
IOSEPH LICHTY MORGAN
Academic. Activities: Art Club, 2: Cate-
teria Assistant, 3, 4: Choir, 4: Glee Club,
I Z 3 4- Football, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 4:
Traclc, 3,1 4.
Glee Club, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 4: Office Assistant,
Alcos freedom pledges head
lor countrres behmd the Iron
Curtain v1a balloons
IAMES EDWARD MULLIGAN
General Activities Baseball 2 3 4 B
ketball 3 4 Choir l Pres1dentoiSopho
more Class Football 4 I'I1Y 3 4
NANCY ALAN MURRAY
Academic Activities ALLEGEWI 4 Al
cohx Mirror 3 Bowling Club 2 3 4
Cheerleading Club 2 Choral Club 2
French Club 4 Poster Club 2 3 S I D
Student Council 3 T H1Y 3
Goodbye My Fancy
CARL WILSON MYERS
Commercial Activities Baseball Z 3 4
Library Aide 3
IAMES E NINER
Commercial Activities Football 2 3
Teachers Secretary 4 Track 4
W ELWOOD OHARA IR
General Activities Band l 2 3 4 Or
chestra l 2 4 The Gorilla Goodbye
Commercial. Activity: Band l 2, 3, 4.
IAMES FRANKLIN PAULUS
Commercial. Activity: Baseball, 3, 4.
CAROL IO PORTER
Commerclal ACIIVIIIGS ALLEGEWI 4
Cafeterla Assxstant 3 Teachers Secre
LESTER ALLEN PERDEW
BRUCE KAHLE PRICE
Acaderruc Actlvltxes Baseball 3 4 Bas
all Z 3 4 Football l 2 3 4
3 4 Student Councll Z 3 Trac
SANDRA LEE RAPSON
Commerclal ACIIVIIISS A1coh1M1rror 4
Art Club l Cafeterla Asststant 3 4
Cheerleadlnq Club 2 Chotr 3 4 Choral
Club l 2 3 4 Student Counctl l
FRANCES CORNELIA REYNOLDS
Academxc ACIIVIIISS ALLEGEWI 4 Alco
h1M1rror 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Cheer
a lflg Club 2 3 4 h 2
Choral Club I 2 3 4 D I S
1sh Club 4 Tr1H1Y 3 4 Goodbye My
BETTY LOU ROBERTSON
Comrnerclal Act1v1t1es ALLEGEWI 4
Catetena Assistant 3 Cheerleadmg Club
Z Choral Club 3 4 Teachers Secretary
4 Tr1I-I1Y 4
CHARLOTTE L ROBERTSON
Acad mlc Act1v1t1es ALLEGEWI 4 A
K 4 Alcohl Mlrror 4 Poster Club 3
DAVID EARL ROBERTSON
WILLIAM RUSSELL ROBERTSON IR
Commerctal ACIIVIIIES Baseball l 2
4 Basketball 3 4 Track 3
WILLIAM RUSSELL ROBESON
General ACIIVIIISS F otball l 2 3
I-I 3 4 Track 3 4
EDNA RAE ROSE
General Act1v1t1es Cateterla Asststant 3
Choral Club l
THOMAS E RUEI-IL
General Actxvltles Football I 2 Llbrary
Arde 4 Track 3 4
CURTIS WADE RUSH
IO ANNE SACKS
Academic ACIIVIIISS Bowlmg Club 4
Choral Club 4 French Club 4
MARGARET V SAELER
Academlc Actwlttes A D K 4 Alc h1
Mirror 4 Band 4 French Club 4 Or
chestra l 2 3 4 Poster Club 3 4 Stu
dent Council 2
A pep meeting on Tilghman
Street sends the Alco team ott
PATRICIA ANN SALITRIK
Academic. Activities: Alcohi Mirror, 3, 4,
Choral Club, l, 2, Hospital Aide, 4, Span-
ish Club, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 4.
General. Activity: Library Aide, 4.
RONALD FRANCIS SCHOENADEL
Academic. Activities: A. D. K., 3, 4, Band,
l, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Or-
chestra, 4, "The Gorilla," "Goodbye, My
PATRICIA ANN SCHRY
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4, A.
D. K., 4, Alcohi Mirror, 3, 4, Bowling Club,
3, Choral Club, l, 2, 4: Poster Club,
ARTHUR LEE SEARS
FRED WAYNE SEE
Commercial. Activity: Basketball, l, 2,
RONALD RAY SHAFFER
Commercial. Activities: Teacher's Secre-
tary, 4, Assistant in the Commercial De-
WILLIAM LEE SI-IAFFER
Commercial. Activities, Band, 3, Orches-
CYNTHIA ANN SHECKELLS
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4, Band,
l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading Club, 2, 3, Choral
Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Library Aide, 3, S. I. D.,
1, Spanish Club, 4, Tri4Hi-Y, 2, 4, "Sweet-
hearts," "Goodbye, My Fancy."
CATHERINE IOANNE SHERTZER
Academic. Activities: Art Club, l, 2, Chor
al Club, l, 2, 3, 4: Poster Club, 3, 4, Sci
ence Club, lp Spanish Club, 3, 4.
ROBERT L. SHIREY
BETTY LUE SHORT
Commercial. Activities: Cafeteria Assist
ant, 3: Teacher's Secretary, 4.
BERTHA LEE FRENE SHUCK
General. Activities: Cafeteria Assistant, l
Choir, lg Secretary of Freshman Class
Library Aide, 3.
NAOMI RUTH SIMPSON
Commercial. Activity: Teacher's Secre
IANET LEE SISK
Commercial. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4
A. D. K., 3, 4: Art Club, l, 2, Bowling
Club, 3, 4, Cafeteria Assistant, 3: Cheer-
leading Club, 2, 3: Poster Club, l, 25 Pro-
iectionist, 4: S. I. D., lg Teacher's Secre-
RONALD CARL SISK
Academic. Activities: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Sopho:
more and Iunior Classes: Football, l, 2
3, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4.
ANNETTE C. SMITH
General. Activities: Bowling Club, 2
Choral Club, 4, Office Assistant, 4.
BETTY MAY SMITH
General. Activity: Cafeteria Asssitant, 3.
CHARLES W. SMITH
Band, l, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 3, 4: Orchestra, 2:
Stage Crew, 2: Student Council, 25 Track
2, 3, 4.
ADA LU SNYDER
Academic. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4: Cheer-
leader, 4g Cheerleading Club, 2, 3, 4-
Choral Club, 4.
IOHN KENNETH SNYDER, IR.
Academic. Activities: Baseball, 3, 4, Foot-
ball, 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES LANCE STATLER
Commercial. Activities: Choir, 2: Foot-
ball, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 45 Stage Crew
1, 25 Track, 3, 4.
RANDOLPH E. STEIN
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 45 A
D. K., 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Projectionists, 2, 3
4, Science Club, l.
MARLENE MARIE TAYLOR
Academic. Activities: Alcohi Mirror, 4-
Basketball, 2, 35 Bowlinq Club, lp Cafe-
geria Assistant, 2, Cheerleader, 3, 4g
. I, D., l.
Academic. Activities: Alcohi Mirror, 3, 4'
A new press is added in the
printing department. Mr. Web-
ster, Mr. Weaiherholt and four
students admire it.
PATRICIA ANNE TAYLOR
Academrc ACl1V1l16S ALLEGEWI 4 Band
3 4 Cholr 2 3 4 Choral Club l 2 3 4
French Club 4 Library Axde 3 SCIENCE
u I S
PATRICIA ANNE TEPPER
General ACIIVIIISS Alcohl Mxrror 3
Choral Club 3 4 Llbrary Alde 3 Post
er Club 3
WAYNE LEONARD THOMAS
General ACIIVIIY Football 1
BETTY IANE TIPTON
Commercial ACl1V1ll6S r Club
Cheerleadmq Club l Choral Club
Po ter Club 2
Commerclal Actlvrties Bowling Club 3
4 Teachers Secretary 4
MARY LOU TWIGG
Commercral ACIIVIIIGS Cafetena Asslst
Treasurer of Sen1or Class Student Coun
c1l 3 Teachers Secretary 4 Tr1H1Y
MARY LOU TWIGG
General Actlvlty Basketball 2
DAVID L VAN GOSEN
Academr Activrty French Club 4
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I P ant, 35 Secretary of 'Sophomore Class?
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EVERETT RUSSELL WADE
Academic. Activities: Baseball, 2, 3:
French Club, 4: Hi-Y, 3, 4: Glee Club, 12.
MARGARET ANN WALTON
Commercial. Activities: Bowling Club, l.
2, 3: Hospital Aide, 3, 4.
Commercial. Activities: Cafeteria Assist-
ant, 3, 4: Teacher's Secretary, 4.
Academic. Activities: Alcohi Mirror, 3:
Art Club, lg Choral Club, 2, 3, 45 French
Club, 3, 45 Poster Club, 3, 4: S. I. D., lg
Spanish Club, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4.
GERALDINE M. WARREN
Commercial. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4:
Bowling Club, lg Cafeteria Assistant, 3:
Projectionist, 45 Teacher's Secretary, 4.
FRANK D. WEATHERHOLT
WILLIAM M. WEBER
PHILIP BEALL WENDT
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 45 A.
D. K., 4: Band, 1, Z, 3, 45 French Club, 45
Orchestra, 3, Projectionist, 3.
BETTY IANE WHETZEL
Academic. Activities: Alcohi Mirror, 3, 45
Art Club, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleading Club,
2, 3, 4: Choral Club, l, 2: French Club,
CHARLES ELLIOTT WICKARD
Academic. Activities: ALLEGEWI, 4,
A. D. K., 2, 3, 4, President, 3: Band, I, 2,
3, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4: President, 45 Science
Club 1: Student Council, 2 Track, 1, 2,
3, 4: "Petticoat Fever," "The Gorilla,"
"Goodbye, My Fancy."
RICHARD A. WIDDOWS
Commercial. Activities: Baseball, 2, 3, 45
Basketball, 3, 4: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y,
DOLORES FRANCES WILKINS
Commercial. Activities: Cheerleading
Club, 2, Teacher's Secretary, 4.
EARL T. WILLETS
Academic. Activities: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer, 3: Manager, 45 Student Coun-
cil, Z5 "Goodbye, My Fancy."
PATRICIA A. WILLIAMS
Commercial. Activities: A. D. K., 3, 4:
Library Aide, 3: Teacher's Secretary, 4,
UN Club, 4: "Petticoat Fever."
FRANCES LOUISE WINTERS
General. Activities: Basketball, 1, 3:
Cafeteria Assistant, 3: Choral Club, 1.
The PTOCGSSIOD to the Commencement Sermon
EVELYN IO ANNE WITT
Commerclal Act1v1t1es Hosp1talA1de 3
4 Teachers Secretary 4
General ACtlV1lY Cafeter1a Assxstant l
FRANKLIN M YOUNG
Commerc1al ACl1V1lY Baseball 3
WELCOME HOME AWARDS
The Welcome Home Awards ll'1 the shape of a key are gwen annually to the best all around boy and
g1rl of the Senlor Class The members ot the class vote for them for qualltles ot loyalty to the school part1c1
patron 1n act1v1t1es scholarsh1p leadershlp courtesy conslderatlon and spmt of co operatlon The lollowmg stu
dents have won the award
Mary Elton Roberts
Mary Lee Ross
Sarabelle Bla kwell
Iames R Cook
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HULD H MILLER
Iune 15 1936 Ianuaryl l952
Perhaps the greatest lournahst of all trme Wxlham Allen Whlte once wrote an essay whlch Was
destmed to become a true classlc rn the hterary world Its trtle Mary Whrte The text dedlcated to
the memory of hrs beloved daughter Mary who met her death as the result of an unfortunate accrdent
We of the ALLEGEWI were forcxbly struck by the Slmlle whlch presented xtself between thrs unfortunate
mcrdent and the untrmely death of our beloved school mate Huldah Mrller Those of you who are fa
mrlxar wlth thls sad yet reassurmg l1ttle story of Mary Whrte cannot help but see the strrklng resemblance
of fun lovmg Mary to the gay always smllmg Huldah whom we knew-and loved
Huldah was a malorette ln the band a member of the Choral Club the Alcohl Mrrror staff and
Alpha Delta Kappa the dramatrc club She was a member of the chorus of Goodbye My Fancy and
an accompllshed plamst and organist How closely thls rmpresslve slate of actxvrtles parallels those of
busy lrttle Mary Whrte She too was on the staff of the hlgh school Annual and she loved her musrc so
well Frank Beach muslc master was her closest trrend Huldah s death has created a gap ln the ranks
of Allegany s students that can never be fllled
Because rt seems so httmg we quote drrectly from Wxllram Allen Whmte s essay
A rlft rn the clouds rn a gray day threw a shaft of sunhght upon her coffln as her nervous ener
getlc lrttle body sank to 1ts last sleep But the soul of her the glow1ng gorgeous fervent soul of her
surely was flammg rn eager loy upon some other dawn
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We're proud to be the Iunior Class,
Class of '53, and in time,
We'll be Seniors! I With Walt Bosley,
Our President, the year was fine,
Our successful dance, the Iunior-Senior Prom,
Good report cards! Compliments from "Mom.
Our Iunior boys on all the winning teams,
Next year, we'll dream a Senior's dreams.
HOME ROOM 107: First Row, left to
right-E. Crosten, D. Combs, C. Bow-
man, G. Cook, D. Conners, D. Athey,
B. Clise, S. Combs. Second Row-L.
Armentrout, I. Beckwith, C. Chaney,
M. Crawford, B. Bolinger, S. David-
son, 'M. Armstrong, L. Bittner, T.
Coyle. Third Row--R. Breedlove, R.
Bosely, I. Corrigan, C. Austin, I.
Bloom, B. Aldridge, G. Bowles, D.
Bean, E. Andrews, R. Barb. Fourth
Row-N. Campbell, I. Allbright, W.
Bosely, I. Albright, F. Breedlove, I.
Boyd, I. Bohn, G. Alderton, D. Ayers.
HOME ROOM ll3: First Row, left to
right-E. Raley, I. Mobus, D. Randall,
C. Price, Y. McDermott, H, Miller, M.
McDonald, S. Messman, Second Row
-I. Nixon, E. Messick, B. Nichols, D.
Raley, T. McDonald, F. Nunamaker,
I. Piitzenmayer, B. Parisher, V. Reed,
G. Poland. Third Row--C. Norris, K.
Rapson, I. Nave, I. Portmess, I. Mcln-
tyre, W. McKenzie, C. Murray, D. Mc-
Farland, I. Peebles, A. Parry. Fourth
Row-I. Kramp, D. Martin, R. Llewel-
lyn, B. Mills, K. McGraw, P. Landis,
H. Raupach, R. McKenzie, K. Powell,
W. McKenzie, D. Riley.
HOME ROOM 120: First How, Iett to
right-I. Iohnson, K. Mauk, S. Mc-
Custer, P. Iammer, C. Laurie, N.
Kesecker, C. Liller, I. Laber. Second
Row-R. Markway, C. Mathews, S.
Markwood, I. Iohnson, A. Llewellyn,
S. Kammaut, M. Leibrant, P. Hilaire,
D. Hancox. Third Row-D. Kane, R.
Graham, M. Luman, N. Long, M.
Hutcheson, D. McDade, W. Iewell,
W. Green, G. Holly, W. Hite. Fourth
Row-E. Iones, D. Klosterman, W.
Godwin, G. Horton, R. Keller, B. Gib-
son, D. Herboldshimer, H. Howe, I.
Klavuhn, D. Lacy.
IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
Lett to right-Kenneth McGraw, vice-president,
Walter Bosley, president: Anne Elder, secretary,
Edward Andrews, treasurer.
HOME ROOM 200: First Row, left to
right-M. Wagner, C. Twigg, V. Walk-
er, N. Wilson, I. .Wilt, V. Warnick, P.
Zembower, E. Van Meter. Second Row
-G. Van Meter, B. Tyree, I. Walker,
M. Wagner, A. Wagoner, S. Young,
N. Walters.Third Row-G. Ward, A.
Ward, A. Webeck, D. Wilson, R.
Wamsley, B. Webb, S. Wilson, A. Wil-
liams, B. Wilson. Fourth Row-I. Van
Es, D. Walton, T. Welsh, D, White-
man, R. Winterberg, R. Ziler, H. Ut-
terback, D. Yoder.
HOME ROOM 206: First How, left to
right-I. Hall, S. Harman, S, Honey-
cutt, M. Emerick, W. Duckworth, Y.
Deremer, B. Henry. Second Row-A.
Elder, N. Grimes, H. Day, D. Fost,
R. Coddington, P. Hershberger, M.
Goldsworthy, K. Duncan, R. Fisher.
Third Row-F. Clinedinst, P. Funk,
R. Gerlach, P. Fallen, P. Fletcher,
C. Deck, M. Doub, B. Haan, H.
Cessna. Fourth Row-K. Puller, I.
Conner, R. DeVore, I. Deneen, C. Eir-
ich, I. Geiger, D. Flanagan, D. De-
Haven, L. Duiguid, D. Evans, B.
HOME ROOM 322: First Row, lett to
right-I. Shatter, D. Shanholtz, N.
Schlosser, C. Sills, I. Rice, S. Shuck,
G. Snyder, B. Stark. Second Row-
P. Stein, E. Shearer, N. Sitter, D.
Stein, I. Sommeriied, R. Shade, M.
Remer, M. Stitely, M. Sell, Third Row
-R. Shatter, C. Smith, W. Scott, R.
Roberts, R. Shue, F. Storey, L. Spoerl,
C. Slemmer, R. Schramm, R. Smith.
Fourth Row-W. Turner, B. Spielrnan,
H. Keller, N. Scribner, S. Smith, R.
Swauger, C. Robinson, C. Twigg, L.
Thomas, S. Swayne.
, Sophomores-at last, the time is here,
With Beerman to lead us through the year,
With successful scholarship and party.
Next year, we'll be Iuniors-big and hearty!
HOME ROOM 103: First Row, Iett to
right-S. Earsom, C. Evick, S. Davis,
D. Clayton, B. Cook, M. Fisher, D.
Dick, M. Davis. Second Row-C. Cros-
ten, K. Ellsworth, H. Feldsteiri, D.
Davidson, D. Funk, M. Conley, S.
Conrad, M. Emerick, I. Fleeqle. Third
Row-W. Criswell, H. Dawson, I.
Fisher, S. Eversole, P. Dye, W. Fisher,
E. Eiler, W. Delligatti, I. Eisentrout.
Fourth Row-R. Fisher, E. Ferguson,
E. Elder, E. Crossland, D. Crabtree,
L. Everhart, W. DeVore, R. Collins,
R. Emerick, R. Delibauqh.
HOME ROOM 105: First Row, Iett lo
right-S. Lease, W. Kline, B. Liakos,
I. McClellan, S. Martin, M. Martz, M.
Olsen, M. Morrison. Second Row-M.
Lechliter, C. Martz, D. Meager, I.
Lear, A. Lazarus, N. McGill, I. Cun-
ningham, G. Keller. Third Row-I.
Hutson, I. Iudy, H. Hixenbaugh, D.
Kidwell, D. Harper, M. Miller, E. Lock-
ard, G. Kline. Fourth Row-W. Iudy,
R. Krause, D. Humbertson, I. Hoffman,
G. Lease, R. Kirtley, I. Iackson, K.
Keeter, D. Iewell, E. Ioyce.
HOME ROOM IUB: First Row, left to
right-G. Rose, V. Shaffer, I. Shirley,
I. Smith, P. Stalin, B. Rowe, R, Twigg,
P. Scarlett, D. Stinebaugh. Second
Row-K. Smith, E. Royce, N. See, G.
Russell, I. Shaffer, G. Reynolds, R.
Spear, A. Steele, I. Skidmore, M.
Schupter. Third Row-W. Flanagan,
C. Smith, A. Stein, D. Steele, T. Scar-
lett, D. Metz, M. Metz, G. See, H.
Sheaifer, M. Spielman, I. Sharer.
Fourth Row-C. Saeler, R. Shatter, R.
Reiber, M. Sisk, D. Short, P. Skinner,
G. Scally, W. Shuck, D. Rapson, F.
Seitz, E. Stein, K. Robertson.
HOME ROOM 115: First Row, left to
right-I. O'Neal, I. Robison, R. Mills,
M. Raley, R. Norris, H. Martz, B. Lea-
sure, B. Mitchell. Second Row-I, Mor.
ton, E. Mower, D. Niner, M. Rice, I.
Ridgely, G. Nagle, S. Nolan, B. Rit-
ter, D. Mulligan. Third Row-D. Mar-
kee, K. Pennington, R. Maravelis, I.
Long, G. Pratt, S. Raley, D. Meyers,
P. Rotruck, P. Nixon, E. Miller. Fourth
Row-G. Osbourne, B. Mace, D. Pa-
halla, V. Lowery, I. Miller, I. Moore,
B. Mann, 1. Kylus, D. Rank, D. Clem.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS:
Lett to right-Ioan Bennett, secretary, Bernard
Beerman, president. Iames Hoffman, vice-presi-
dent, Ianet Ridqely, treasurer.
HOME ROOM ll8-First Row, left to
right-I, Brant, D. Burton, R. Beal,
B. Carrico, D. Brown, N. Chaney, M.
Burkey, L. Chaney. Second Row-L.
Baker, S. Bittner, E. Baker, L. Agos-
tini, I. Bennett, I. Bastian, P. Baird,
R. Dawson. Third Row-R. Diehl, K.
Carter, R. Beall, I. Bloss, G. Camp-
bell, M. Moulton, B. Brewer, I. Clem,
R. Coats, D. Coleman, M. Abbott.
Fourth Row-E. Alexander, O. Barn-
cord, B. Bennett, M. Beckman, M.
Brown, I. Border, D. Clites, B. But-
ler, C. Beachie, B. Beerman, H.
HOME ROOM 208: First Row, Iett to
right: I. Symons, R. Twigg, I. Wilson,
S. Wigqer, M, Yoder, C. VanHorn, W.
Wilson. Second Row-G. Wilson, B.
Twiqq, O. Thompson, S. Stokes, R.
Wade, B. Turner, T. Troxell, Fi. War-
nick, G. Willison. Third Row-D. Wil-
kins, I. Turner, I. Wilt, C. Zinlc, G.
Younq, K. Wiseman, B. Vowell, P.
Wotrinq, B. Tierney. Fourth Row-I.
Weatherholt, T. Swanson, F. Wart-
zach, A. Wickard, E. Wisler, E. Wil-
son, L. Wilson, L. Weller, M. Yankele-
vit:, D. Upchurch.
HOME ROOM 225: First Row, left to
right-I. Grahame, C. Iewell, S. Keat-
ing, A. Gibson, I. Layman, N. Hager,
B. Krampf, F. Iohnson. Second Row-
E. Ienkins, D. Linaweaver, N. Lampg
C. Gerhart, P. Hines, B. Kelley, I.
Galliher, D. Heavner. Third Row-R.
Goad, L. Heavner, B. Glass, P. Rob-
erson, E. Heinrich, M. Kreider, A. Ge-
haul, I. Garlick, F. Harper, W. Getz.
Fourth Row-T. Galliher, C. Fuller,
R. Hardman, H. Gaither, F. Hadra,
R. Hedrick, C. Gordon, P. Gilpin, I.
Gallen, E. Goldman, R. Guthridge.
We're Freshmen-tops in Iunior High!
With flying colors, we'll go by.
The Seventh Graders look at us in tame,
The Seniors even call us by our name.
Next year, we'll be in Senior High.
'Watch our dust"-is our cry!
HOME ROOM lU9: First Row, lett to
right-P. Burley, I. Aldridge, E. Bene-
man, H. Bell, B. Boor, C. Brant, I.
Buckley, R. Arthur. Second Row-
M. Border, B. Armentrout, S. Boden,
P. Beverlin, C. Barnhart, I. Bolyard,
I. Boor, B. Cameron, P. Blake, E. Al-
derman. Third Row-C. Andrews, S.
Berry, I. Blake, E. Aldridge, R. Boy-
er, R. Brockley, N. Bell, I... Biller, D.
Bennett, I. Bennett. Fourth Row-R.
Ayers, R. Bridges, M. Belt, C. Bar-
ham, L, Broadvent, A. Buskirk, H.
Berkley, R. Birmingham, I. Blunk, L.
Arrnentrout, D. Buday.
HOME ROOM lll: First Row, left to
right-S. Van Meter, F. Blake, B. Zem-
bower, I. Twigg, D. Yeargen, D. Sulli-
van, I. Wigger, A. Willetts, W. Webb.
Second Row-H. Van Meter, R. Wot-
ring, B. Weatherholt, W. Smith, W.
Srnith, W. Smith, B. Varner, W. Wolfe,
D. Vincent. Third Row-R. Smith, O.
Strosnider, M. Stitcher, P. Snyder, I.
Wright, F. Yeager, M. Stewart, S.
Stiver, I. Yutzy, A. Melvin, C. Wilson.
Fourth Row-I. Zimmerman, R. Svec,
R. Vernall, I. Tierney, E. Timmons, I.
Ruppert, W, Straw, C. Walton, H.
Wolf, D. Stewart, R. Wharton.
HOME ROOM 207: First Row, Ie-tt to
right-T. Combs, N. Cross, I. Douty,
T. Detibaugh, S. Goldtine, S. Crosten,
T. White, C. Chaney, L. Everhart. Sec-
ond Row-C. Fleagle, L. Canfield, F.
Burley, N. Duncan, I. Cooper, C.
Comer, G. Davis, B. Meyers, I. Dickel,
M. Curtis, W. Chapel. Third Row-
D. Diggs, L. Chaney, R. Gillum, E.
Evans, S. Chaney, R Erickson, W.
Cessna, B. Dorsey, M. Crabtree, S.
DeVore. Fourth Row-W. Ernerich,
O. Cosgrove, I. DeHart, R Wolfe,
C. DeVore, E. Eaton, E Gellner, H.
Eisentrout, E. Foley, R. Flynn, R. Pard.
ERESHMEN CLASS REPRESENTATIVES:
Lett to right-Iudy Zimmerman, Wilda Rita Smith,
Edward Timmons, and Raymond Vernall.
HOME ROOM 209: First Row, left to
right-I. Mathews, I. Messick, I. Lan-
caster, K. Riggleman, M. Kammaut,
I. MacMillan, R. Lowdermilk, M. Iudy,
C. Madden. Second Row-P. Martin,
M. Iones, S. Knotts, C. Kelley, D. Lud-
man, A. Lynch, P. Lewis, G. Long,
A. Martin, L. Michaels, R. Mark-
wood. Third Row-F. Kaplon, D. Mill-
er, V. Horne, P. Mace, I. Harden,
S. Moulton, P. Marriott, B. Parker,
M. Knieriem, L. Maclntosh, L. Moyer.
Fourth Row-L. McCullough, M, Mc-
Graw, B. Kave, B. Mills, E. Reed,
D. Longerbeam, G. Miller, D. Long,
I. Payne, R, Leib, D. Rice, I. Osburn.
HOME ROOM 213: First Row, Iett to
right-N. Smith, F. Sheavly, N. Park-
er, S. Witt, B, Prive, I. Steele, S. Page,
D. Shirclitte. Second Row-C. Root,
V. Sheatter, C. Reinhart, R. Russell,
I. Payne, L. Shanholtz, W. Schade,
N. Paxton, W. Schry. Third Row-
B. Puttenberqer, M. Fisher, I. Platt,
I. Robertson, K. Morgan, R. Schau-
wecker, B. Brinker, E. Smith, R. Smith,
S. Morris. Fourth Row-P. Riley, T.
Stafford, G. Screen, I. Steele, T. Stien,
H. Steele, I. Sisk, I. Runner, I. Rick-
ey, K, Smith, L. Shober.
HOME ROOM 302: First Row, left to
right-G. Heinrich, A. Iones, R. Haw-
kins, S. Iewell, D. Smith, G. Gerbing,
S. Hupp, I. Kreilinq. Second Row-
S. Railey, V. Railey, D. Grimes, D,
Hardin, P. Frith, D. Haclra, B. Grow.
E. Iohnson, D. Green, P. Hager. Third
Row-D. Eyre, R. Houck, S. Hast,
E. Herath, B, Helmer, I. Hast, C.
Green, D. Eversole, G. Gibson, V.
Cordell, P. Hook. Fourth Row-R.
lseminqer, R. Iohnson, B. Gross, I.
Haus, S. Kreqer, I. Kelly, H. Helmick,
P. Heinrich, I. Kirk, I. Gutridge.
We're vets of Alco, of one year,
We know the halls, we have no tear
We like to cheer for Alco's team,
We're eighth graders-on the beam.
HOME ROOM 108: First How, left to
right-R. Mitchell, R. Frith, I. Camp-
bell, R. Imber, F. Zacks, B. Parsons,
I. Fink, C. Nicodemus, P. Charuhas.
Second Row-I. Pfeiffer, W. Rober-
son, I. Turley, H. Goff, I. Robertson,
P. Bennett, P. Kerns, R. Dick, N. Diehl,
R. Meeks. Third Row-M. Miller, C.
Williams, M. Shroyer, C. DeBouck, E.
Murphy, G. Day, R. Baker, E. Mank,
S. Morqan, D. Hollen, C. Hersch,
B. Stern. Fourth Row-I. Wright, I.
Chedester, R. Seits, K. Eiler, M. Van
Meter, M. Sarver, B. Ossip, D. Paye,
M. Goodfellow, I. Saylor.
HOME ROOM 110: First Row, left to
right-S. Roblyer, I. Iewell, I. Lester,
B. Balaban, I. Lowery, I. Ienkins, R.
Eyre, C. Hevel. Second Row-I.
Campbell, R. Smith, B. Robinette, I.
Krapl, E. Green, C. Rizer, D. Lease,
B. Ellsworth, R. Young, G. Hartman.
Third Row-N. Close, R. Goad, B.
Goodiellow, M. Golden, K. Yarnall, P.
Grove, D. Chaney, L. M:Cle-Ilan, I.
Neal, L. Hersh, I. Slemmer. Fourth
Row-R. Iohnson, E. Iohnson, S.
Growden, C. Brant, I. Raw, B, Iohn-
son, D. Critchfield, S. Blacker, L.
Conners, D. Mulligan, D. Nine.
HOME ROOM 119: First Row, left to
right-N. Ruse, D. Robison, L. Rinker,
B. Stein, M. Sweitzer, C. McDonald,
L. Coats, R, Christopher, B. Toey.
Second Row-R. Delligatti, C, Easton,
L. Grahame, I. Bone, W. Stein, E.
Probst, M. Keel, L. Waltman, D. Wil-
son, P. Honeycutt.Third Row-R. San-
ders, E. Weaver, G. Ringer, I. Thom-
as, D. Muchlman, T. Paulas, R. Ma-
dero, C. Zembower, E. Iohnson, I.
Wilt, S. Nixon. Fourth Row-R. Low-
ery, C. Shaffer, P. Noland, M. Van
Meter, I. Clites, I. Pollard, D. Ieffries,
P. Perdew, M. Logsdon, F. Hare, M.
HOME ROOM 203: First Row, left to
right-C. Simmons, S. Miller, I. Wilt,
S. Morrison, G. Wilson, I. Strausburg,
G. Bean, H. Barmoy, M. Gonzalez.
Second Row-R. Guthridge, B. Sny-
der, D. Athey, I. Sweitzer, C. Rice, S.
Hounshell, D. Blizzard, S. Poole, H.
Blank. Third Row-K. Brewer, F. Ien-
kins, G. Loqston, P. Iohnston, B. Mc-
Carty, R. Lewis, I. Knepp, S. Treat,
G. Taylor, R. Fultz, R. Fletcher. Fourth
Row-I. Andrews, H. McKenzie, W.
Courtney, R. DeVore, R. Lacy, C.
Luman, W. Clauson, I. Edwards, G.
Hite, S. Abramson, I. O'Neal.
Lett to right-Donald Paye, Patricia Lewis, How-
ard Vandegrift, Iack Skinner, Charles Hevel: tin
tront ot Hevell Iack Edwards.
HOME ROOM 2ll: First How, left to
right-R. Collins, D. Martin, B. Stine-
loaugh, E. Wyatt, F. Neal, L. Simpson.
Second Row--I, Kruezewski, C. Lea-
sure, A. Harden, I. Renney, T. Perry,
D. Iones, E. Price. Third Row-W.
Moore, R. Wolfe, B. Stott, I. Skinner,
S. Collins, P. Dyke, K. Gilpin, I.
HOME ROOM 212: First Row, lett to
right-C. Wiant, C. Kraph, R. Lay-
ton, R. Latferty, B. Fisher, G. Bower,
R. Oliver. Second Row-P. Lewis, B.
Allen, I. Harder, C. Runion, F. Liller,
C. Rush, I. Ienkins, l. Snyder, F.
Campbell. Third Row-Y. Moyer, M.
Bittner, B. Rapson, R. Eversole, B.
Beck, H. Hixenbauqh, I. Yanklevitz,
R. Mayo, Z. Simpson. Fourth How-
P. Phillips, V. Leasure, S. Huff, B.
Adams, I. Day, C. Kauffman, I. Mc-
Cauley, L. Eve-rsole, S. Wayne, B.
HOME ROOM 3U3: First Row, lett to
right-C. Shearer, E. Rice, D. Payton,
E. Moore, C. Hare, M. I. Galford, R.
Sills, R. Vowell. Second Row-R.
O'Neal, D. Martz, I. Leasure, I.
Georqe, G. Hale, H. Vanderqrift, C.
Bridqes, D. Clayton, G. Printy, B. Wil-
son. Third Row-M. Madden, M. Simp-
son, G. Wilkinson, W. Clites, K.
Grubb, C. I. Rannon, B. I. Himmler,
I. Eaton, I. Leasure, W. Loer, K. Klos-
terman. Fourth Row-I, MCDQ-mqldl R,
Whetsell, D. Miller, W. Conner, R.
Minnicks, R. McDonald, L. Mullin,
M- Campbell. I. Wilkins, v. Barber,
SEVE TH GRADE QQQHY I
Our first lootball season, getting our fill!
Finding classes, getting acquainted with everyone,
Remembering this year, always, as so much lun,
HOME ROOM 112: First Row, left to
right-R. Smith, C. Kiser, B. Millhol-
land, F. Hirsch, M. Finan, E. Camer-
on, L. Rice, I. Cannon. Second Row-
M. Smith, B. Brant, I. Yeargan, K.
Iohnson, R. Bruce, C. Skinner, I. Gal-
tord, M Hovel, G. Speis, D. Leibrant.
Third Row-D. Schutz, D. Koerner, C.
Crubb, M. Blackwell, N. Lowery, B.
Roberson, M. Kalbaugh, S. Mulligan,
B. ilollis, I. Earsom, W. Lewis. Fourth
Row-R. Pirkey, R Iewell, M. Chin-
aglt, C. Bell, K. Conner, C. Brown,
S. lla field, L. Pollock, B. Beck, B.
HOME ROOM llB: First How, lett to
right-R, Fuller, L. Lease, F. Butler,
R. Drwor, G. Robertson, G. Messer-
smith, A. Boor, P. Hardman, C. Shaff-
er. Second Row-D, Messinger, E.
Ringer, R. Adams, D. Plummer, B.
Coodtellow, C. Fansler, N. Shook,
R. Nies, I. Miller, W. Parsons. Third
Row-E. Often, K. Miller, D. Lechliter,
H. Nesbitt, L. Twigg, N. Iones, G.
Simmons, M. White, I. Yutzy. Fourth
Row-H. McAiee, C. Calhoun, A.
Rayqar, G. Spielman, S. Barnett, B,
Linaweaver, I. Russ.
HOME ROOM ll7: First Row, left to
right-K. Cessna, M. Frey, C. Martz,
B. Metz, N. Banqard, B. Foley, R,
Cramer, R. Merrill, Second Row-W.
Rolley, E. Cave, R. Eisentrout, I. Fret-
well, D. Shires, I. Chappell, G. Bak-
er, M. Zembower, L. Fike. Third Row
-L. Nies, R. Burkett, R. Lowery, D.
Day, R. Walker, P. Lohr, D, Heinrich,
I. Deremer, C. Smith, P. Smith. Fourth
Row-R, Wickarcl, L. Fuller, E. White,
D. Stickley, I. Marks, R. Horne, S.
McCortney, R. Scarlett, R. Donahoe,
HOME ROOM 204: First Row, lett to
right-S. Lepley, F. O'Baker, W. Cros-
ten, G. Fuller, R. King, I. Lesley.
Second Row-E. Bittner, I. Brockey,
E. Rinehart, R. Adams, I. Brant, I.
Hoymon. Third Row-P, Fetters, R,
Haentlinq, E. Hamilton, N. Messen-
ger, C. Hessler, W, Folk, C. Bishop,
HOME ROOM 205: First Row, Jett to
right-M. Hoelzer, F. Harvey, M. Par-
iser, P. Mace, C. Knotts, R. Tave, G.
Bastian, R. Black, R. Vincent. Second
Row-M. Iammer, A. Emerick, P. Nic-
odemus, D. Unger, T. Emerick, F. Wil-
liams, D. Haines, M. Gingerick. Third
Row-S. Duiguid, V. Irvin, F. Belt, P.
Shelton, B. Hasenbuhler, F. Shaffer-
man, C. Iseminger, L. Mirkin, B. Yan-
kelevitz, F Matlick. Fourth Row-B.
Buchholtz, D. Dick, R. Eichner, K. Ort.
M. Miller, A. Decker, I. Stallings.
HOME ROOM 210: First Row, Iett to
right-V. Mauk, Y. Shatter, D. Al-
bright, H. Beckwith, C. Wilson, I.
Beverlin, D. Walters. Second Row-
V. Cook, R. Weaver, C. Cope, P.
Reed, W. Duckworth, H. Crothers, R.
Clayton, H. Hilaire. Third Row-C.
Keller, B. Dyche, L. Iackson, K. Swan-
er, S. Alburtis, I. Madero, S. Iohnson,
G. Mace, V. Robinson. Fourth Row-
A. Conner, E. M. Madden, I. Taylor,
N. Twigg, A. McDonald, C. Sweitzer,
r. Reiih, D. Turley.
HOME ROOM 215: First Row, Iett to
right-B. Zembower, B. Wyatt, B.
White, M. Shatter, B. Smith, A. Atkin-
son, C. Shoenadel, C. Cook, B. Hager.
Second Row-R. Wertz, F. Martin, F.
Haseberger, A. Bonner. Third Row-
E. Drew, B. Mann, D. Dunlap, R.
Starcher, R. Schry, N. Crippen, H.
Milburn, S. Symons, R. Femi, I. Work-
meister, R. Golden, R. Godwin, C.
Nave, M. E. Fisher, L. Petenbrink,
M. L. Iolley, E. Murray, A. Perdew.
HOME ROOM 3Ul: First Row, left to
right-C. Meagher, C. Humbertson,
R. Millenson, P. Armentrout, H. Hover-
rnill, T. Metz, D. Rennie, R. Fetters.
Second Row-R. Diehl, A. Strosnicler,
I. Porter, N. Conner, W. Smith, H.
Yost, N. Welsh, R. Christner, G. Bit-
tinger. Third Row-R. McClure, S.
McGee, G. Campbell, L. Evans, C.
Billmeyer, C. Warnick. Fourth Row-
H. George, D. Merrbaugh, D. Darrow,
L. Kight, E. Robinson, M. Lease, E.
Cramer, S. Carroll, N. Conley, D.
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Our shoes take us to classes For thrs reason Allegany Hrgh was
erected Whether we pursue the academrc commercral or the general
course we attain the necessary knowledge to carry us forward zntellr
part of the whole each lrttzng the student w1th part of the GQU1pm9Hf
that wzll some day be so rmportant to htm In every class through each
teacher we learn and learn the factors that makes thxs and every
hrgh school day so zndrspensable to us
gently in future phases of our lives. Each department is an integral
DMI ISTH TIU
Ralph R. Webster is well-
trained and Well-fitted for his
post as principal of Allegany
High. He constantly seeks the
students' views concerning the
various problems of keeping
our school running smoothly.
Thus he strives to inculcate
Within us the democratic way
of doing things.
SUSAN HAMILTON and MARY ELIZABETH ICE
RALPH R. WEBSTER
The secretaries, Misses Mary Elizabeth Ice and
Susan Hamilton, carry a big job of keeping the
records straight and tending to schedules and
letter writing. Their duties are carried on winter
and summer and they do an excellent job ot keep-
ing the school on its feet.
ANNA B HIGGINS
Keeper of the attendance records Mrs Anna B Htqqlns
has many and varled dutxes She has the tasks of tendlnq
to our 1lls correctlng our be-havlor and speeding up the
feet of tardy students
Because of her many dut1es she IS one of the most
understandmg and co operatrve adv1sors Allegany stu
Consrstently he strlves to
brmq about regular and lull
ttme attendan e among those
ot us who erred and strayed
FOY A CURRY
Foy A Curry ass1stant pr1nc1pal IS an mteqral part of
Allegany Hrgh As school treasurer drrector of hre drllls
mathematlcs rnstructor and CGJGTSIIG mon1tor he has car
r1ed many ot the responsrbrhtxes of the school
In our memor1es he w1ll remam an outstandmg per
sonahty w1th h1s Kansas drawt and h1s varled actrvxtles
Mr Curry and Mrs HIQQIHS confer on dlscx
plmary matters of the school
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SIQIIII L ST DIES
The United States and their problems
are being discussed by Miss Olive
Simpson in the Problems of Democracy
This course provides the final pres-
entation of the history of our country
and reveals the outstanding trials and
tribulations its citizens have exper-
Through movies, newspapers and
magazines, students are made aware
that the nation is still facing many
serious problems of economic and war-
Discussions, dealing with Commun-
ism and Racial Conflicts, stimulated the
interest of all participants and brought
to light the realization that history is
still being made.
Miss Mary E. Murray, American His-
tory and journalism teacher, Miss Mar-
garet E. Baker, economics and history
instructor, and Miss Olive P. Simpson,
Problems of Democracy teacher, are
History is one of the major subjects
in the curriculum and therefore is
found on almost every student's
Courses offered include Economics,
World History, United States History,
and Problems of Democracy. All of
these presentations will prove bene-
ficial and vital in the years ahead.
Mr. Robert E. Pence, another history
instructor, was not present for the pic-
Social Studies are taught in the Iun-
ior High by Miss Nell Hawkins, Miss
Anna M. Nicht, Miss Ianet Anderson,
and Miss Dora E. Richard.
Problems of the World are made in-
teresting and important to the begin-
ning pupils so that they will be suf-
ficiently versed in the way of studying
history. Specialization in the Social
Study field thereby becomes easier at
the secondary level.
Much use is made of current news-
papers so that pupils will be aware of
present day problems.
Mr. Arthur W. Taylor teaches higher
mathematics While Mr. Foy A. Curry is
the instructor in second year Algebra.
Under the guidance of these men, pu-
pils are taught to solve equations and un-
derstand formulae, thereby learning to rea-
son more accurately.
t 'IATHEMATIIIS . ..
With the merry antics of Mr. Arthur
W. Taylor comes real knowledge and
understanding oi mathematics. Plane
Geometry, Solid Geometry and Trigo-
nornetry are his fields oi subject mat-
In our scientific World of today, Math
plays a very important role. It reaches
into the unknown and brings out facts
of the mysterious solar system that in-
form the pupil of the speed of light,
Where Mars will be at this time next
year, and the distance rockets must
travel to reach the moon. To the sci-
entists, mathematics is the key that
opens the door of secrecy that shields
the sensitive atom.
Mr. Iarnes G. Neilson, Ir. is the teacher
of first year algebra. Miss Virginia A.
Ienkins is instructor in eighth grade arith-
metic, and Mrs. Gertrude B. Lancaster
teaches both eighth grade arithmetic and
first year algebra. Mrs. Florence K. Schaaf,
who is instructor in seventh grade arith-
metic, was not present for the picture.
SEIE EE .
Chemistry . . . maze of formulas,
problems, and equations . . . is an in-
teresting subject in the curriculum.
Here Mr. Wickard demonstrates a
method of keeping a gas prepared for
In chemistry, much was learned
about the atom and its importance in
this changing world. As in all the sci-
ence courses, the scientific method was
stressed to prepare pupils for better
thinking. From the bending of glass
tubing to structural organic formulas is
a long Way, but, along the Way, there
Were many enjoyable experiences.
Miss Theresa B. Nicht, Mr. Harold C.
Wickard, and Mrs. Ruth F. Grahame are
Miss Nicht teaches Biology and General
Science. Mr. Wickard teaches Physics and
Chemistry. Mrs. Grahame is instructor in
Laboratory work is a vital part of the
instruction in Physics and Chemistry. In
Biology and General Science, the demon-
stration is used to instruct. Neatness, exact-
ness, and careful work are requisites in
Mr. Iames A. Hosack, who teaches sev-
enth grade science, and Mrs. Ellen T. Mc-
Kenzie, instructor in ninth grade science,
are both capable teachers. To them falls
the lot of preparing pupils for more ad-
vanced study in this field.
Experimentation, basis of logical think-
ing, becomes an emphasized part of the
instruction because to be able to reason
is more important than the mastery of the
Mrs. Irene D. Maphis, instructor in
eighth grade science, is not pictured.
ART . . M SIE . .
Miss Betty Strawmire and Mrs.
Ethel Bruce are the two art instruc-
tors in the school. With their help,
students advance from the mere
dabbling with pencil, charcoal, and
paints to the creative period.
Under their direction, pupils dec-
orated the halls and windows at
Christmastime, made posters sup-
porting every activity ot the school,
painted scenery for the theatrical
productions, and kept appropriate
displays in the show-case.
Miss Dorothy Willison, instructor
in music, and Mr. S. Lua Syckes,
teacher of instrumental music, are
both capable instructors.
Under their direction are found
abundant opportunities for creative
expression and extensive knowledge
of musical customs and cultures
throughout the world.
Their concerts and assembly pro-
grams have added much to the pu-
pils' enjoyment of the school.
Mr. Morris O'Neill is not pictured.
Miss Mary R. Serocca, French in-
structor and history teacher, and
Mrs. Berenice Rogers, instructor in
Spanish, are engaged in preparing
the Academic students for future col-
lege-life by competently teaching
them the history, customs and lan-
guage ot foreign neighbors.
Latin is also a required subject
in certain Academic Curriculums.
Miss Anna M. T. Webster, Latin
teacher, was not present at the time
the picture was taken.
EUMMEHEIAL . . .
Miss Irene Lapp's bookkeeping
class -in which was taught the
methods of balancing, swiftly and
accurately, the seemingly endless
columns of figures. Under Miss
Lapp's skillful direction, were de-
veloped unerring speed and ability
in mathematical calculations which
was a constant source of Wonder to
In addition to the fundamentals of
bookkeeping, Miss Lapp created
something more-a feeling of assur-
ance that the commercial depart-
ment is an integral and important
cog in the curriculum and a sure
preparation for life.
Seated, Miss Irene Lapp and Mr.
Everett B. Kreiderp standing, left to
right: Miss Claire Livesay, Mrs.
Elizabeth Burley, and Mrs. Freda
Bowers. These teachers are all in-
structors in the commercial depart-
ment Where Shorthand, Typing,
Bookkeeping, Commercial Arithme-
tic and Retail Selling are the major
subjects offered to students.
DRIVER EDUCATION ....
Mr. I. Hubert Radcliffe, instructor
in Driver Education, demonstrates
depth perception to an interested
student. Under his guidance, pupils
are taught the elements of safe-driv-
ing, the proper observance of traf-
fic signs and laws, and the art of
better driving of an automobile.
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Mrs. Iane L. Fulk, Miss Helen McFerran,
and Miss Mary Louise Robertson discuss
sewing techniques with two Iunior High
pupils. Mrs. Fulk is instructor in general
home economics, Miss McFerran, in cook-
ing, and Miss Robertson, in vocational
Under the guidance of these teachers
and Miss Richmond, pupils learn the arts
involved in homemaking and, because of
this learning, the pupils should be more
contented in after-school life.
Industrial rts . . .
Miss Marie Richmond, instructor in
sewing, measures the hem line on one
of her students. Such help trains girls
in the art of home-making.
"Stay" lines and interfacing collars
appear useless to the novices but fin-
ished wearable products are indicative
of the expert seamstress.
Mr. Boston Sherwood demonstrates
one of the mechanical devices for one
of his classes.
In the shops, boys create handy ar-
ticles from blocks of wood and chunks
of metal. A knowledge of these crafts
will be of inestimable value to the
boys in after-school life.
Mr. Robert Farney, metal shop instruc-
tor, explains a feature of one of the metal
shop's lathes to Mr. Donald Hansel, me-
chanical drawing teacher, and Mr. Carl
Weatherholt, printing instructor.
These men gave to pupils a knowledge
of crafts which will be of the greatest aid
to them in the future, no matter what trade
or profession they may choose.
Manual Work is considered as a vital
and important part of secondary education.
It is in the shops where pupils learn to use
Guidance . . .
To help pupils acclimate themselves
to the school, to guide pupils in the se-
lection of colleges and to supervise
testing programs is the purpose of the
Melvin H. Robb, a newcomer to the
Allegany Faculty, is shown with Flor-
ence Zaks, an eighth grader, who made
a perfect score on a Comprehensive
English Examination. Mr. Robb came to
Alco from the Army and has assumed
the duties of guidance instructor, tenth
grade social studies teacher, and ad-
visor to the projectionists. Mr. Robb re-
signed in the latter part of October,
due to ill health.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION ....
Mr. Walter H. Bowers, Miss Eleanor
Rizer, Mr. Eugene Hopkins and Miss Eliza-
beth Waedilick are the instructors in physi-
cal education. Here, by extensive intra-
mural activities, healthy bodies are built
and pupils are taught good sportsmanship
through competitive games.
Intra-school athletics are sponsored in
football, basketball, baseball and track.
For the first time, since its inauguration in
the early twenties, girls intra-school bas-
ketball was abandoned.
LIBRARY AND CORE ....
Mrs. Carl I. Perry is the librarian. Her
work is to assist us in finding references,
compiling reports and developing themes
and essays. She has care of the 6,000
volumes in our library.
Mrs. Martha Hamilton teaches seventh
and eighth grade core. Here pupils are
taught, by use of the longer period, the
elements of English, Social Studies, and
Mathematics with emphasis being placed
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Actrvrtres at Allegany are scheduled every day No day at school
would be complete wrthout them Drama Musrc lournalzsm and mrscel
laneous clubs all tunctron lor the benefrt ot both the students and the
school ln one ol these wrde trelds ot endeavor each Alcorte should be
able to tznd an Important place
These actzvltres are recogmzed as an important part ot our edu
catzonal system ln partzcrpatrng zn them, many thrngs are learned that
cannot be derrved trom the classroom Outsiders constantly proclazm
the variety and etlectrveness ol these extra currrcular actrvrtzes
. CTI ITIES
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THE CHEERLEADERS: Left to ugh!-Nancy Wllson, Marlene Taylor, Patsy Minke, Franny Reynolds, Ada Lu Snyder,
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THE HI-Y . . .
First Row, left to right-C. Wickard,
I. Gornall, F. Aronhalt, R. Easton, I.
Mulligan, F. Storey, K. McGraw, W.
Robeson, L. Statler, D. Hancox, C.
Slemmer. Second Row-R. Shue, P.
Hilaire, D. Iudy, I. Hilaire, E. Wade,
C. Price, R. Roberts, W. Miller, I.
Andrews, R. Winterberq, A. Iones, B.
Beerman, B. Price, R. Stein. Third Row
-I. Morqan, R. Sisk, L. Duiquid, H.
McFarland, R. Matlick, C. Smith, N.
Scribner, D. Walton, W. Bosley, L.
Spoerl, R. Schoenadel, P. Allender, R.
Kirtley, A. Webeck.
THE TRI-HI-Y . . .
First Row, left to right-D. Couchene
our, S. Harman, E. Millar, D. Long,
I. Rice, M. L. Stitely, D. McDade, B.
Nicholls, I. Miller, S. Shuck, F. Rey-
nolds. Second Row-Miss McFerran,
advisor, I. Bastian, N. Murray, B.
Bauer, G. McKenty, R. McKenzie, M.
Lippel, D. Iackson, I. Walker, R.
Markwood, L. Marcus, M. L. Twigg,
K. Duncan, A. Elder, I. Ridgeley, Miss
Strawmire, advisor. Third Row-C.
Sheckells, S. Charuhas, C. Robertson,
B. L. Robertson, D. Warden, L. Kriech-
baum, I. Iohnson, M. Hutcheson, P.
Salitrik, G. Frazier, P. Minke, M.
Krieder, P. Fallen, P. Dye, I. Bennett.
HI-Y AND TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS
Left to right-M. Lippel, treasurer,
C. Sheckells, secretary, D. Cochenour,
president: C. Wickard, president, F
Aronhalt, secretary, L. Statler, treas-
urer, Second Row-N. Murray, vice-
presidentg A. Elder, chaplain, N
Scribner, chaplain, I. Gornall, vice-
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ALPHA DELTA KAPPA
F1rstRow left to right D Hancox B Beerman N Kesecker I Laber P Iammer
L M1llenson N Murray S Shuck M Remer B Bolmger B Stark P Wllhams
C Wrckard Second Row F Storey R Shue W Mlller I Shaffer P Robertson
P Dye I Bennett N Wrlson L Marcus M Saeler C Bobertson V Bennett
N Bowman B Knotts S Charuhas C Slemmer L Armentrout E Goldman
Thzrd How F Aronhalt I Gornall R Matlrck R Schade A W1ll1ams W
Iewell W Iewell E Cook P Schry E Erler B Nlcholls A Elder M Llebrant
V Clark I Srsk M Kr1eder R Schoenadel P Wendt R Stern
Ellen and Claude Cwrlswold as played by
Stella Charuhas and Ronald Schoenadel
IH A D K s laugh packed productlon
Agathas Receptzon Commltttee Nancy Murray a
MOYY Nell Gfld BC1fbCIfCl Slflfk CIS GUIUY Qfeel lhe Stella Charuhas as Vllen Gr1swold and Adele Wll
leadtnq lady 1n Goodby My Fancy llams as Agatha Reed pose for the camera of Charles
W1ckard who played Mat Cole as Lucy Knechbaum
who portrayed M1ss Shacklelord looks on 1n th1s scene
from A D K s great hxt Goodbye My Fancy
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A e The dramatic climax is reached in Act III
Emmett lSchoenadell provides happiness in the form of a
croquet set for the inmates of the old people's home. Erwenter The Old Folks are entranced by stories of
tWickardl and Miss Tripp lMurrayl accept with pleasure. Erwenter's "Pellets of Passion"
S. I. D .... First Row, left to right-B. Price, B. Ossip, C. Martz, B. Helmer, A. Emerick, R. Vincent, M. Crabtree, I. Galtord
L. McAtee, R Verriall, R. Oliver S DeVore. Second Row A. Decker F Belt D. Dick W Lewis .Earsorn M. Hevel S Haund-
shell, S. Hupp, D. Smith, P. Kerns, F. Zaks, S. Treat, B, Kraft, P. Mace, Third Flow-Miss Grindel, advisor, V. Leisure, P. Philips
B. Stearn, C, Hersch, N, Metz, G. Speis, D. Holland, E. Mank, W. Smith, W. Smith, W. Smith, M. Miller, E. Murray, S, Dui-
guid, M. Pariser, C. Wiant, W. Schry, I. Platt, K. Ort, M, Iammer. Fourth Row-C. Eiler, B. Robeson, E. Beneman, D. Ludman
N. Iones, L. McCullough, P. Frith, F. Kaplon, S. Boden, E. Murphy, N. Close, I. Pieffer, M, Frye, K. Brewer, B. Beck, L. Murkin
M. Hoelzer, B. Mann, M. Fisher, F. Harvey, D. Haines, S. Simons.
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SECTION EDITORS - First
Row, left to right-N. Mur-
ray, F. Aronhalt, W. Iewell,
R. Matlick, R. Stein. Second
Row-A. Iones, I. Iohnson,
G. Frazier, P, Schry, N.
Bishop, M. Taylor, L. Kriech-
baum, Mr. Wickard.
First Row left to right N Bishop, L. Millenson, B. Bauer.
Second Row F Reynolds P Taylor, P. Wendt, I. Gornall,
Io Porter Second Row B Knotts D Long W Chaney Donna Cochenour and Charles Wickard, Co-Editors .
I S1sk M Lippel N Miller C Robertson G McKenty Upon these two fell the qreatest responsibility for the
UN CLUB . . .
First Row, left fo riqht
ffl. Goldman, B. Beer-
man, H. Miller, A. Gib-
son, M. Donaldson, I.
Layman, L. Millenson,
D. Burton, P. lammer,
P. Williams. Second
ROW4Miss Baker, ad-
ViSOf: H. Gaither, D.
Houck, P. Landis, R.
Shue, M. Kreicler, V.
Bennett, N. Hager, N.
Wilson, B. Sta r k, I.
Bennelt, M. Remer, S.
Shuck, I. Bcrslian. Third
Row--R. Mann, R. Cov-
er, R. Grahame, B.
Brewer, B. Schade, G.
Snyder, V. Walker, B.
Nicholls, l... Marcus, I.
Iohnson, I. Miller, A.
Williams, L. Kreich-
baum, R. Fisher.
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First L Mmensov k YS. goqerfffu YI Rey.
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Third N Bishop nowekh-
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BOWLING CLUB: First Row, left to right-
Georqianna Wilson, Donna Blizzard, Nancy
Montgomery, Nancy Murray, Stella Charuhas,
Gay Ann Long, Barbara Puftenberqer, Delores
Green, Second Row-Helen Bell, Iacl-:ie Mc-
Mullan, Shirley Honeycutt, Shirley Raley, Pai
Snyder, Eleanor Srnirh, Louise Shober, Char-
lotte Barham, Donna Buday, Shirley Paqe
Third Row-Don Breedlove, Rick S.hrarnm, Ray
Coddington, lim Witt, W. Mace, Ted Troxell,
I Turner. Fourth Row-R Switzer, Neil Toey,
Acstin Ward, Bill Scott, lim Brown, Bill Cod-
wiri, Iunior Flanaqan, Donald Font
SENIOR CHEERLEADING CLUB First Row, Iett
to right-Sue Shack, Rita Houck, Nancy Dun-
can, Wilrna Schry, Patty Lewis, Sandra Bodin,
Beverly Price, Ellie Be-nernan Second Row-
Aaa Snyder, Iuay Cooper, Bessze Liakcs, Don-
na Blizzard, Gay Ann Lona, Shirley Siiver,
Pat Burley, Kitty Brewer, Geerqianna Wilson,
Marlene Taylor. Third Row-Ruth Howe, Nancy
Wilson, Pat Stein, Ianice Shatter, Gail Snyder,
Kista Wiseman, Ruth Schade, Ioanne Knepp,
lean Morton, loan Bastian, Patsy Minke, Fran-
ny Reynolds. Fourth Row-Wilda Iewell, Betty
Whetzel, Dorothy Meaqer, Dorothy Stein, Mary
Lu Remer, Mary Ann Connelly, Patty Robert-
son, Evelyn Messick
TWIRLING CLUB: First Row, Iett to right
-Sheila Framrn, Patty Nicodemus, Bar-
bara Brant, Sylvia Carnall, Sandra
Abertus, Carol Keeler, Dorothy Liebrant
Second Row-Laurene Rinker, Aneta
Stron, Sandra McGee, Georqianna Wil-
son, Nancy Diehl, Marqaret Prize, Nancy
Banqard. Third Row4Reqina Eichner,
Mary Lou Eaton, Roberta Syckes, Betty
Iohnson, lackie Day, Peggy Harden
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IUNIOR CHORAL CLUB . . . First Row, left to right-
I. Platt, R. Wotring, B. Price, S. DeVore, D. Ludman, N.
Iones, W. Schry, E. Beneman. Second Row-B. Kave, G.
Gerbing, B. Weatherholt, P. Burley, W. Smith, W. Smith,
W. Smith, D. Smith, S. Stiver, S. Wilt, I. Douty. Third Row
-F. Kaplon, S. Boden, S. Raley, C. Brant, L, Canfield, C.
Comer, N. Paxton, M. Fisher, L. Broadbent, I. Yutzy, C.
Barnhart D. Bennett, M. McGraw. Fourth Row-D. Strosny-
der L McCullough, I. Bennett, D. Buday, M. Belt, B. Hel-
mer I Zimmerman, N. Duncan, I. Cooper, D. Miller, R.
Markwood, K. Morgan, P. Snyder, C. Andrews.
IUNIOR BAND . . . First Row, left to right-I, Payne
C. Lannon, D. Metz, I. McMillan, S. Eversole, B. Varner,
S. Morgan. Second Row-D. Nine, B. Zembower, C.
Frith, L. Shafferman, G. Wilkinson, V. Horne, I Wigger,
D. Fletcher, M. Close, R. Millenson, T. Emerick, C. Nico
demus. Third Row-I. Galford, I. Stark, A. Bonner, I.
Stallings S Treat A Iones R A aen H Barma
G. Beanl R: Imlerf Fourth RowQR. Tewell, Il. Zink,
Paye, R. Blank, C. Humbertson, H. George, R. Christner
P. mth, C. Wqmick, H. Gaff, R. sms. mm Row!
M. Van Meter, D. Rennie, A. Emerick, B. Buckholtz
E. Herath, G. Day, M. Sarver, K. Eiler, P. Shelton
S. Hounshell, K. Martz, S. DeVore, H. Black, D. Darrow
First Row, left to right-C. Wiant, B. Parsons, I. Wilt
K. Brewer, P. Mulligan. Second Row - D. Grove, D
Chaney, I. Day, Z. Simpson, C. Krapf, R. Layton, F. Zaks
C. DeBouck, E. Mank. Third Row-Miss Dorothy Willison
Director, H. Gaff, B. I. Beck, N. Close, I. Neal, T. Hersch
V. Leasure, P. Philips, I. Krapf. Fourth Row-C. I. Hersch
S. Wagner, C, Runion, C. Lannon, B. Ossip, E. Murphy
S. Morgan, B. Stearn, S. Growden, P. Lewis.
IUNIOR ORCHESTRA . . . First Row, left to right'-Mx .
Shroyer, N. Close, E. Murphy, B, Ossip, L. McCullo
S. DeVore, D. Ludman, S. Iewell, P. Frith, E. Heratb,
Second Row-R. Gillurn, B, Arthur, R. Nicodemi:s,fM.
Chainault, F. Belt, C. Nicodemus, F. Kaplan, S. Framm.
I. Pfeiffer, D. Kerns, H. Gaff, D. Hollen. Third Row-
E. Timmons, R. Vernall, M. McGraw, C. DeBouck, B. Hel-
mer, R. Eichner, R. Ayers, D. Grimes, Mr. Syckes,
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TREBLE CLEF CLUB . . .
First Row, left to rights P. Reed, D.
Liebrant, K. Cessna, A. Atkinson, A.
Decker, F. Belt, W. Lewis. Second
Row-I. Hartman, N. Bangard, B,
Metz, B. Mann, E. Murray, M. Iammer,
M. Hoelzer, C. Billmeyer, A. Stro-
snyder, C. Cope. Third Row-S. Dui-
guid, F. Harvey, M. Pariser, R. Femi,
L. Pettenbrink, S. Hatfield, I. Porter,
L. Evans, S, Mulligan, N. Twigg, S.
Russ. Fourth Row-K. Grubb, D.
Schutz, B. Robinson, I. Earsom, M.
Hevel, B. Paulus, D. Kerner, S. A1-
beriis, S. Bennett, N. Connelly, L.
Mirkin, M. Miller.
First Row, left to right-H. Young-
blood, G. Messersmith, G. Spies, C.
Martz, M. Fry, I. Yutz, G. Simmons,
C. Shaffer. Second Row-D. Haines,
G. Robinson, B, Brant, C. Bell, M.
Fisher, S. Fram, S. McGee, G. Camp-
bell. Third Row-Miss Willison, direc'
tor, L. Pollock, M. Smith, D. Rice, B.
Arrnentrout, N. Laurey, V. Cook, C.
Smith, R. Bichner, P, Hardin. Fourth
Row-M. Iolley, I. Yeargan, C. Isem-
inger, D. Dick, K. Ort, P. Mace, C.
Kelly, V. Robinson, I. Taylor, A. Per-
dew, M. Kalbaugh, I. Stein.
IUNIOR CHOIR . . .
First Row, left to right-I. Douty, S.
Boden, L. Everhart, E. Benneman, B.
Weatherholt, B. Price, I. Cooper, R.
Houck, W. Schry, N. Duncan, I. Os-
bourne. Second Row-S. DeVore, D.
Eyre, W. Iewell, R. Svec, N. Iones,
C. Andrews, M. Fisher, L. Broadbent,
I. Platt, N. Paxton, D. Ludman, B.
Kave, I. Bennett, D. Buday, D. Grimes,
R. Ayers. Third Row-Mr. O'Neill, di-
rector, S. Hast, A. Buskirk, B. Helmer,
M. McGraw, L. McCullough, E. Her-
ath, R. Vernall, I. Blake, H. McKen-
zie, P. Hawkins, D. Moulton, B. Mills,
R. Wharton, I. Runner, G, Miller.
IUNIOR GLEE CLUB . . .
First Row, left to right-Mr. O'Neill,
directory C. Hevel, E. Moore, S. Roby'
ler, S. Moulton, C. Fansler. Second
Row-I. Osbourn, I. Workmeister, F.
Martin, N. Shook, L. Lease, D. Litzen-
berg, R. Ogden, I. Plummer, R. God-
win, W. Parsons, R. Nies, R. Hawkins,
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OFFICE ASSISTANTS First Row, left to right-
Vice-PrincipaI's Office-Rita McKenzie, Patsy Minke, Lee
Marcus, Gloria Frazier, Ruth Dickson, Dolores Knight.
Second Row, Main Office-Don Randall, Elaine Wagner,
Iean Haenftling, Ianet Bloom, Ioan Miller, Nora Durr,
LIBRAHY AIDES . . . Left side of desk, front to rear-
Edith Crosten, Naomi Simpson, Dorothy Metz, Ruth
Schade, Iack Reckley. Right side ot desk-Gloria Frazier,
Marcia Metz, Gene Ruehl.
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Witt, Eileen b '
pfnlxe atricia Code' Betktl Blshop'
litrik, P Ce Blubfluqh'
The cheerleaders helped us get ready
tor the Turkey Day Game in a big pep
rally in the 'lgymf'
TEACHERS' SECRETARIES . . .
First Row, Iett to right-H. McGray,
E. Wagner, G. Gray, I. Warren, I.
PROIECTIONISTS . . . First Row, left to right-I. Gell
ner, R. Stein, Second Row-I. Warren, I. Wilt, R. War
nick, E. Messick, F. Storey, I. Sisk, I. Sharer, R. Fisher,
G. Halle, G. Fray. Third Row-R. Grahame R. Cover
R. Hardman, E. lone-S, D. Diehl, 1. Klavuhh. W. Mcf
Kenzie, R. Llewellyn, A. Ward.
Shaffer, E. Golden, D. Wilkins, K.
Beck. Second Row-S. Brown, I. Sisk,
P. Williams, B. Short, M. L. Twigg, I.
Haenltlinq. Third Row-C, Murray, B.
L. Robertson, N. Simpson, C. I. Porter,
W. Chaney, C. Blubaugh. Fourth Row
-C. Liakos, R. Shaffer, D. Kline, I.
Gellner, W. Miller, I. A. Wilt.
STAGE CREW . , . Lett to right-R. Wade, R.
fibaugh, D. Short, H. Dawson, H. Cessna,
Wickard, T, Swanson, T. Galleqher, C. Fuller. rr
:hairs-I. Tierney and E. Royce.
POSTER CLUB . . .
First How, let! to right-E.
Shearer, A. Llewellyn, L.
Marcus, M. Luman, D. Mc-
Dade, G. Cook, I. Stertzer,
W. Duckworth. Second Row
-Mrs. Bruce, advisor, M.
Lippel, R. Howe, N. Wilson,
M. Liebrant, E. Cook, P.
Schry, D. Stein, G. McKenty,
D. Warden, R. McKenzie, B.
Henry, M. McDonald, M. Al-
bright. Third How-C. Rob-
ertson, M. Saeler, B. Nich-
olls, E. Stine, F. Seitz, W.
McAfee, N. Sitter, M. Golds-
IUNIOR ART CLUB . . .
First How, Iett to right-B.
Stearn, E. Murphy, S. Grow-
den, P. Lewis, I. Krapt, C.
DeBouck, N. Smith, R. Iohn-
son, R. Vernall. Second Row
- Miss Strawmire, advisor,
E. Iohnson, G. Gerbing, M.
I. Knieriem, C. Runion, R.
Guthridqe, S. Wagner, I.
Boyland, S. McCullough, R.
Seitz. Third Row-B. Mit-
chell, B. Frith, C. Hevel, P.
Frith, C. Lannon, B. Ossip,
C. Eiler, D. Long, C. Lu-
man, I. Runner.
Second down seven Theres the t1p ott Steertke two ball
three There s the gun they re ott what day at Allegany would be
complete wtthout thoughts ot the next game and whether we re gotng
to Wm or not?
An athlettc program IS an zndrspensable extra currrcular acttvzty
Besrdes otterzng an lmportant s1del1ne to our educattonal program, rt
provtdes members of each team wtth a sense ot good sportsmanshzp
and co operat1on
Athletzc competition w1th other schools IS a great factor rn malcrng
our day by day lzte at Alco the gay and happy tzme 1t IS
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COACHES PENCE AND HOSACK
Our football team learns that foot-
ball requires brains as well as brawn
as Head Coach Bob Pence explains a
complex phase of the Split "T" forma-
tion to them.
Coaches Pence and Hosack,
Alco's wonder-workers, the
men who have made the
Camper football machine the
deadly dreadnaught that it is.
We owe highest praise to
these men who have labored
diligently to develop Alle-
gany's winning football team.
We, the students of Allegany
say, "Thanks," to coaches Bob
Pence and Iim Hosack.
THE SQUAD . . , First Row, left to right-Bill Robeson, Dick Widdows, Ronnie Sisk, Ray Easton, Iohn Snyder,
Brindle Long, Ioe Hager, Bob Hook, Ronnie Lease, Bruce Price, Lance Statler, Iohn Eversole, Alvin DeBouck.
Second Row-Coach Bob Pence, loe Morgan, Ed Baldwin, Dave Walton, Walter Bosley, Ken McGraw, Sam
Smith, Norman Campbell, Gene Horton, Chuck Eirich, Bernie Beerman, Assistant Coach, lim Hosack. Third
Row-lim Mulligan, Manager, Dick Rank, Ralph Shatter, Ellis Whisler, Claude Robinson, Iirn Border, Bob
Kellar, Iim Hoffman, Bernie Emerick, Don ludy, Manager, Bob Matlick, Manager.
FIRST GAME FIRST VICTORY
Our mrghty whxte clad warrlors showed a
powerful offenslve machrne and an alr tlght
defense as they opened the 51 Prgskm cam
pa1gn w1th a 366 vxctory over the Beall
Hager started the scorlng when he blocked
a Beall punt to grve Alco a safety Horton
S1sk E1r1ch and Easton scored TDs Hager
blocked a krck and recovered the ball rn the
end zone to tally s1x more pomts Wrddows
added four out of f1ve extra pomts
TOO MANY GRADS
1ntent on showmg the Campers that they could
st1ll play a heads up game of football turned
back the Blue and Whlte 7 U
Paced by therr dynamrc fullback Bruce
Anderson the Grads h1t paydlrt late 1n the
fourth perlod Cox booted the ball through the
uprrghts from placement to tack on the extra
EVERYBODY SCORED BUT THE WATERBOY
The Whlte Warrlors put on an exh1b1t1on
of explosrve offenslve power as they scored
exght trmes to trample Rxdgeley 52 O Chuck
Erxch scored early ln the game on a pass from
S1sk Mxnutes later E1r1ch cracked over for h1s
The Alco team showed :ron clad defensrve
play Hager tumed ln such a stellar perform
ance that he earned the player of the week
Baldwrn scored two TDs S1sk Wlddows
Hook and Easton added the rest of the scores
whrle Wxddows found the range from place
ment four out of eight tlmes to end the sconng
A CASE OF INDIFFERENCE
Alcos mlghty Campers were hterally
scalped by Mel Henrys Hagerstown Power
house I9 U 1n a game marred by poor Alle
gany tackhng and offenswe play The Hub
Cxty eleven smashed over the frrst time they
got the ball early rn the frrst quarter Agaxn
they scored 1n the second perrod and added a
thrrd TD rn the fmal stanza Alco lost all scor
FOR MOM AND DAD
A revamped l1ne up paxd off for Coach
Pence as h1s charges rolled over Keyser 37 18
to make a success of the second annual
Horton Lease S1sk Easton Prxce and
Eversole each scored for Alco whlle Wlddows
on an off nlght was only able to score one
Mom and Pop could really brag about thrs
game as every member of the squad saw
TOO MUCH ROBINSON
Alcos team contlnued the pollcy of wm
one lose one as the Montgomery Blair elev
en trounced the Blue and White by a 13 U
Late 1n the thlrd perlod a break gave
Bla1r the chance to score CCIplIGlIZ1Dg on a
blocked luck the Blazers got thelr 1n1t1al score
Roblnson carrxed the ball over Hltch booted
the extra polnt
Alcos Splflt was broken ln the last quar
ter the Blazers marched 85 yards and then
Roblnson plunged over from the three
IUST A TIE
Tra1l1ng 12 U Wllh only four mrnutes to play
Allegany showed the best spxnt and teamwork
of the season as they deadlocked the count
agamst the Martmsburg Bull Dogs
Easton made the flrst tally then wlth less
than a mlnute remamlng S1sk uncorked a 31
yard aenal to Emch 1n the end zone to he the
score It was a thrllhng clrmax to an uphlll
struggle Wrddows two krcks were wxde
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races down the field in the opening
game of the season, against Beall,
as Bruce Price fdirectly in front of
Hookl and Ioe Hager 1891 provide
BACK ON THE BEAM
Alert football paid off as Allegany trounced
La Salle, 32-2, for the fourth win of the sea-
son. A Sisk to Eversole aerial, on the third play
of the game, gave the Campers six with Wid-
dows adding the point to make it 7-0.
Lease stole the ball from the Irish Quarter-
back hands and sprinted 44 yards for the sec-
ond tally and again Widdows' boot was good.
Eirich intercepted a pass in the end-zone and
was trapped to give LaSalle its only score.
In the third quarter, Long blocked an Ex-
plorer punt, scooped up the free ball, and went
20 yards for the score. Widdow's attempt was
blocked. Hook garnered the next TD as he
cracked over from the two. Walton added the
last touchdown as he slashed off tackle from
SPIRIT DOES IT
Spirit-determination-and a not to be de-
nied Will to Win combined with brilliant play
gave Alco the fifth victory, 28-0 over Elkins.
The first play of the second quarter found
Easton bringing the crowd to its feet as he
raced 31 yards to score with Widdows adding
one from placement to make it 7-0. Alco scored
again as Sisk tossed a I6 yard aerial to Ever-
sole. Minutes later, on the same play, anoth-
er Sisk to Eversole pass, was good for 18
yards and another score. Widdows made both
kicks good and Allegany left the tield at halt-
time with a 21-0 lead.
Ronnie Sisk carried the ball over from the
seven to add another TD in the 4th quarter.
Widdows made it 28-0.
The spirit was back!
The Riddle-Where were the Alle-
gany blockers? Hook attempts to get
off a pass in the Hagerstown game
as he is rushed by Maroon end Beg-
qerly f34l, tackle Duffield f45l, cen-
ter Ghormerly f37l, and three other
eager and unhampered Hub gridders.
T HHEY HAY
An underdog, Camper Eleven refused
to believe that the highly favored Fort
Hill Sentinels were unbeatable, and dog-
gedly fought to a l3-5 defeat before 7,000
fans in the annual Turkey Day classic.
Near perfect weather prevailed for the
colorful gridiron battle that saw 13 Alle-
gany Seniors playing their last game for
Alco. Many considered the game to be
Cumberland's best tussle of the year.
Both teams came roaring back, harder
than ever, in the second half and the Sen-
tinels got their second six as fast-stepping
White raced over from the Alco 14. Beard's
kick was wide and Fort Hill led, 13-0.
Undaunted by the score, Allegany
drove 53 yards to the seven, but failed
to make the yardage and lost another
THE FIRST STRING . . . Front Row, left to right-Eversole, Robeson, Beerman, Long, Statler, Price, Hager.
Second Row-Hook, Sisk, Widdows, Eirich.
Fort Hill drew first blood late in the
first quarter as a wobbling pass from Iim
Farris was snatched from among four Alle-
gany defenders by Dick Beard to set up
the TD. Two plays later, Fullback Don
Stine cracked over from the one, and Beard
added the point to make it 7-0 for the
In the second quarter, Allegany march-
ed 48 yards to the Sentinels' 15 yard stripe,
only to have the drive fizzle out and Fort
Hill took possession of the ball.
Neither team threatened again and the
gridiron warriors gave way to a gala half-
time ceremony as Fort Hill retired to the
dressing room with a 7 point lead.
Once again, a Sentinel mistake almost
cost them the game. Eversole recovered a
Fort Hill fumble on the 25. The Blue and
White warriors then drove to the four but
could not make the first down. Thus Alco
lost its third scoring chance.
Ronnie Sisk, playing the greatest game
of his High School career, was the ace in
the Alco attack. Sisk went over from the
one foot line on a sneak play to score
Alco's only TD. Widdows try for the extra
point was wide. The score was 13-6.
For the fitth time in six years, Coach
Bob Pence saw his football team go down
to defeat before Coach Hahn's charges.
As the final whistle blew, the score still
stood at 13-6 with Fort Hill the victor.
Charles "Chuck" Eirich, hard-driving Alco
halfback, dodges through the Fort Hill de-
fense for one of the Campers' major Turkey
Day's running gains as Fort Hill's Don Stine
f75l races for the tackle followed by Sen-
tinel linemen Shore f8Ol and Athey f86l.
An unidentified Camper halfback is stop-
ped dead for no gain, by almost the en-
tire Sentinel defense, on an attempted end-
run. The play was typical of the vicious
defensive play by both teams which high-
lighted this year's edition of the annual
Thanksgiving Day Classic.
Ioe Hager, Camper end, stops Sentinel
running ace Beard f77l as Alco gridders,
Ronnie Lease f81l, Robeson f95l, Long
f99l, Price f97l, Eversole f98l, and Sny-
der f88l race down field to give Hager
cm assist. Fort Hill blockers are Farris f5ll,
Schade f87l, and Athey f86l.
I. V. SQUAD , . . First Row, Ieit to right-E. Timmons, M. Brown, D. Puhalla, K. Butler, G. Reynolds, C. Dawson. Second
Row-R. Reiber, H. Gaither, F. Wartzack, E. Whisler, R. Rank, F. Haclra, V. Lowery, H. Hixenbaugh, W. Mace. Third
Row-L. Weller, E. Ioyce, P. Skinner, I. Iacohson, I. Hoffman, R. Kirtley, G. Keller, E. Goldman, M. Sisk, M. Yankele-
vitz, Coach Hosack. Fourth Row-D. Vincent, D. Scally, G. Kline, T. Stein, C. Haines, I. Tierney, D. Shircliif, R. Iohn-
son, I. Wilt, D. Rice.
IUNIOR VARSITY RECORD EIGHTH GRADE RECORD
Been 12 0 We Thef'
Ridgeley 25 Q St. Peterland Paul 40 13
LaSalle 12 7 Sl- MUKY S 22 0
Keyser 20 g St. Patrick 36 6
port Hill 5 5 St. Peter and Paul 42 U
Beau 26 5 St. Marys Z7 U
Keyser 20 U St. Patrick 55 6
HTH GRADE SQUAD . . . First Row, Iett to rioht-B, Stein, E. Iohnson, G. Taylor, D. Athey, R. Dick, G. Rice, D.
Horne, B. Mitchell, D. Pave, I. Shook. Second Row-Coach Roger Day, C. Brown, I. Lueck, S. Cullins, B. Lacy, P. Char-
ahas R Eversole Yankelevitz L uckson B Allen Coach Neil Gra son Third Row-M. Van Meter, I. Thomas, W.
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Clauson, I. Wright, D. Perdew, R. Mayo, S. Abramson, D. Muhlman, R. Simpson.
TU HU UH
Ronme attained the dream of all high school
football players as he was named to the starting
backfleld on the Maryland Iumor Chamber of
Commerce All Maryland Team
Stsk was the whole show tn Alcos offen
of the season when he connected with his passes
The husky quarterback who weighs 189 pounds
scored the Campers only TD on Turkey Day
THE BABST AWARD
Dick was voted to the first string of the All
County Team composed of players throughout
Maryland excluding the Baltimore City area and
gamed a tackle position on the second All
Wrddows was impressive all season as Alco s
best hnesman He also kicked the extra points
and booted the klck offs for the Campers Almost
after every game Dick was called the work
horse of the Alleqany Squad by area sports
The Babst Award a gold wrist watch lS glven annually to the boy who possesses
the following athletic ability scholastic standing leadership loyalty and sportsmanshrp
following athletes have won the award
Paul Twigq fdeceasedl
William Hugh Mrller
Milton Athey fdeceasedl 1952
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The fall of 1951 marked the passing, for the
second time, of Allegany Girls' competition in
extra-scholastic sports. With the disappearance
of the fair lassies from the county sports scene,
came the development ot something entirely
new at Alco-the Girls' Athletic Association.
Under the guidance and leadership of Miss
Elizabeth Waidelick, the purpose of this new
organization became the sponsoring of a very
extensive intramural sports program for girls.
In competition, supervised by Miss Rizer,
home room teams engaged in varied tourna-
ments. Miss Waidelick's efforts were used to
foster competitive contests between the four
upper classes in the school. As a result, there
emerged spirited competition in the ereas of
volleyball, basketball and ping-pong.
To assist the supervisors in the large num-
ber of contests played, twenty-five referees
were chosen and a Leaders Club formed. Mem-
bers chosen to be in this more advanced group
included: Anna Lee Wagner, Ianice Layman,
Myrna Luman, Barbara Hom, Donna Smith,
Barbara Kave, Patty Black, Donna Rae Budry,
Donna Iganne Eyre, Mary Knieriem, Iudy Ben-
nett, Eleanor Herath, Dorothy Ludman, Nancy
Iones, Ioan Yutzy, Regina Davis, Shirley Davis,
Wilda Iewell, Anne Lilya, Thelma McDonald,
Dorothy Combs, Merna Boyland, Leslie Millen-
son, Ruth Dickson and Dorothy Merger.
Girls' thletic llssucialinn
Nancy Wilson tries for a basket with
Beverly Wilson guarding, as Eleanor
Van Meter and Betty Tyree await
Betty Iecm Knotts and Nancy Wilson are com-
peting in a game of ping-pong as Barbara
Robinette, Dorothy Lease, Sharan Growden,
Helen Hixenbaugh, Mary Louise Golden, Ruth
Layton, Carol Rush, and Ioan Lowery watch.
Dorothy Lease, Dorothy Chaney, and Mary
Louise Goldman, with backs showing, anxious-
ly watch as Rosalee Goad, hidden, tries to re-
turn the ball that Diane Wilson, has hit. ln
the background are Betty Tyree and Shirley
W. M. 1. L. CHAMPION6
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Coach Walter L B1ll Bowers opened h1s 26th year
of Allegany basketball before 800 fans tn Somerset Pa
and saw hrs boys come through wxth a thrxllmg last sec
ond 42 39 deClS1On Traxlmg 39 38 wlth less than a
mmute to go Sxsk and Eversole burned the cords to gtve
Alco her 1n1t1al VICIOFY of the 1952 season
TOO MUCH LOOKABAUGH
Tratllng throughout the game a determmed Camp
er f1ve saw vlctory dxsappear as former Blue and Whtte
cage lummary Bob Lookabaugh dropped m a pa1r of
smgletons ID the last twenty seconds to glve the Grads
thelr second w1n 1n two years wrth a thr1ll1ng 4140
Two days later the Bowersmen showed Allegany
rooters thexr splrrt had not been broken by the Alumnl
as they put on a blxstermq extra perlod show to cop a
hard fought 38 36 wm over Keysers Golden Tornado
LOSING A TOUGH ONE
Alcos second loss came 43 42 at the hands of La
Salle rn an hzstonc rntra c1ty battle that saw the Camp
ers blow an exght pomt lead and get squeezed out of
thexr thtrd wm 1n a double overtlme sudden death
game Spectators were on thetr feet as they saw an out
classed Explorer f1ve t1e up the regular game at 38 38
battle through to a 4141 deadlock In the flrst extra
perlod and thnll the crowd wxth thexr one pomt
The Campers tasted the1r brtterest defeat as they
were soundly trounced 72 50 by a classy Westmont
aggregatron that took the lead rn the openmg seconds
and never relmqutshed 1t
ON THE BEAM AGAIN
Rldgeley provtded 11ttle competxhon for a f1red up
f1ve as Allegany came rocmng back mto the wmmng
column wtth a dectslve 67 40 trrumph
ON TO STAY
Eversole poured through 23 pomts as Alco ran
rough shod over the Barton Braves to take a 73 57
VICIOIY In true Allegany Fashxon and glve the Blue
and Whtte fans thelr ftrst peek at a reluvenated squad
THE SLAUGHTER CONTINUES
Beall H1gh School fell next 53 41 before the hlgh
flylng Campers as the Bowersmen ran w11d ln the sec
ond hall to COHIIDUS thelr new found wmmng streak
The Txgers roared no more as Alco lard a 70 48
sllencer on Central to cop thetr th1rd W M I c n
test Eversole wlth Zl and Slsk wrth 16 pomts sparked
a 25 goal barrage that kept up the Campers spmt
STILL ANOTHER WIN
Bruce Htgh fell 58 41 before the constantly un
provmg Campers as Steele got 15 pomts to lead Alle
gany to her fourth W M I vrctory
TAKING THE BIG ONE
Allegany topped Fort H111 1n a 5143 thrrller w1t
nessed by over 1000 arvxd followers of a classlc and
colorful rlvalry Eversole Steele and Howe put on some
fancy clutch shootlng to :ce the game 1n the last f1ve
mmutes and produce a three way he 1n mtra c1ty play
The Sentmels pressxng play had the Alco squad nt
tery for the ftrst two quarters but the Bowersmen set
tled down and convlnced all that Alco had another
The Campers squeezed by Keyser 6157 but for
three quarters a Golden Tornado seemed determmed to
snap Alcos wmmng streak Slsk and Eversole put rn
the wmmng pomts tn the f1nal mmutes and Allegany
marked up No 7
Steele attempts an oxerhand toss for a baske! as Abe tries to block the throva In the Rldqeley Game
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Alcos five flashed classy form as they downed the
LaSalle Explorers with a convincing 52 39 score A
superb Camper defense provided the big difference as
Allegany made it eight straight Eversole and Steele
poured I4 points apiece through the hoops as Alco
made a bid for City honors and evened its record with
the Irish squad
ITS THE END THAT COUNTS
In Ridgeley the Campers were held t a 2119
margin at the half but came roarlng back to take a
commanding 52 39 verdict over the Blackhawks A I7
point effort by Eversole highlighted Alcos scoring
TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT
Herboldsheimer s foul shot with thirty seconds to go
gave Allegany a spine tingling 48 47 victory over Bar
ton and presented Alco with her sixth straight W M I
League triumph The Campers were hard pressed to
gain their win trailing 109 at the quarter ahead 24 I7
at the half cmd keeping a 4435 margin at the third
ANOTHER CLOSE ONE
Determined Beall High hoopsters almost downed
the Alco crew but the Campers drove to victory
50 48 The Bowersmen trailed 48 45 with two minutes to
go but some fancy clutch shooting brought victory in a
game that saw the score knotted l3 times and the fans
on the edge of their seats throughout the slcmi bang
Alleganys eighth stralght W M I League victory
came easily at the expense of Central High The score
was 60 38 Eversole poured through 20 points to take
the scoring honors
W M I CHAMPIONSHIP
Coach Bowers had his l8th W M I League Trophy
as Alco handily trounced Bruce High 76 54 to win the
championship Over 700 Loyalty Night fans saw a
flurry of baskets from the Camper players Eversole
again leading the point parade and Rank aiding with
A triple crown was presented to Coach Bowers and
as City Champs W M I Champs and gain the right
to represent Allegany County in the Class A State
Finals Over a thousand fans saw Alco break loose
in the final four and a half minutes to turn a previously
close game into a rout and gam its l4th consecutive
victory Eversole Sisk and Rank led the scoring for the
Campers with I6 12 and ll markers respectively but
the win was team victory and one long to be rernem
bered by all Allegany followers
Allegany saw her I4 game winning streak broken
as a mighty Westmont team humiliated the Campers by
a 54 32 score The basket might 1ust as well have had
a cover on it as Alco made her lowest score of the year
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COACH I HUBERT RADCLIFFE
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Spikes flash in the sun-
light, a cloud of dust
arises from a sliding
player, and the umpire
crouches closer to call his
decision. A typical scene E
at any baseball game -.11
and one often found on
the Camper diamond, as the Radcliffe coached
nine struggled through a fourteen game
schedule, winning five and losing nine.
Our Campers opened the season by drop-
ping a decision to Mercersburg Academy as
"Chuck" Eirich got our only hit. After losing to
Beall, 8-2, the boys conquered Hyndrna' 7-4
in a game featured by the pitching of honnie
Sisk and the booming bat of Deb Payton.
Fourth game-and our third loss as Alco
hurler Harry McFarland dropped his first start
5-3. Allegany hit the .500 in won and lost
records as pitchers Sisk and McFarland beat
Barton, 12-6, and Sisk went the distance over
LaSalle for a 5-2 Win.
Beall handed us our fourth defeat, 4-l, but
the next time out, we ended Hyndman's five
game Winning streak with a 12-4 drubbing
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We dropped the next two, 5-4, to Bruce and.
4-3, to the LaSalle Explorers.
Our greatest victory of the season came
when We defeated Fort Hill, ll-2. This game
was high-lighted by the pitching of Ronnie
Sisk and power hitting of Ronnie Lease who
banged out a double, triple, and home run to
drive in five Camper runs.
To close the season, our diamond boys
lost their spirit and dropped three straight
contests, 5-2, to Central, 6-3, to Barton, and
4-U, to the Fort Hill Sentinels.
fll Harry McFarland let's go with a fast one. C29 Lease
slides into third as Widdows tags him out. McFarland
backs up the play. f3l Eirich pratices batting with
COACH IAKE HOPKINS
BEALL 101 V4
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
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THE SE SU
Senior members of the
squad have run their last
race for dear old Alco. ,
No longer will the cinder
path feel the pounding of
their spiked feet. Truly,
we can say that we are
proud of their efforts and
fll Iack Beckley practices the high hurdles. f2l Norman
Campbell, "Chuck" Eirich, Ioe Morgan, and Ray Easton
are ready to take off on cr run at track practice.
As in all Camper athletics, their shoes will
be passed on to other schoolmates who some-
day will carry the proud name of Allegany on
to further fame.
Under the tutelage of Coaches Eugene
"lake" Hopkins and "Swing" Calain, the Alco
thinclads showed great promise for the '51
campaign as they trimmed Beall High of Frost-
burg in a dual meet by racking up a total of
1013!-1 points. The succeeding five meets, how-
ever, failed to see the Blue and White bring
home a trophy as the squad compiled three
seconds, a fourth, and failed to score in the
University of Maryland Meet. From the other
side of the city, our traditional rivals, the
Fort Hill Sentinels, put on a show worthy of
much comment, as they went undefeated in
every meet and made a complete runaway
of the city and county contests.
The '51 season found no outstanding in-
dividual stars, but provided a nucleus that
may make the Camper sprinters a state power
Ronny Pff-fr ns di
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lmch, Abergerl C le cOokr1gb,XBf?oncer I
5: gfQnc?sHe11l1ig1S1em1,feIOe My 1-eeinnlg Ure n
Normouclr, CiroI1b6hRf2Qe1- 61lrCbQrleiQ'I:v.SecZg Eesti?
Pfiqeqh Cqmne C7105 SI-Y' Hqck fclfqrd CTIROW '
Pbell ff B 'qfler How ' Ch X
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Jstant Cgcglilr, G.f0besOn geek-
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Pxaxmot VT PJCTI ms Coawomrlox
5A5l MARAYHON SYREEY HOLLYWOOD JB CAUF
28 November 1951
H Harold C Wlckard
Allegany Hlgh School
Dear Hr W1ckard
It was a pleasure to Judge the Allegany
Hlgh School Beauty Contest, and the follow1ng are my
In the Freshman Class the wlnner ho 06
In the Sophomore Class the w1nner ho 314
In maklng a cholce 1h the Sophomore grou
lt IS very d1ff1cult to Judge farlly when two plctures 1n
color and three 1H black and wh1te are subm1tted For 1n
stance, the glrl whose photograph lS ho 313 1S very beaut1
ful, Judg1ng from the eyes and mouth, but 1t 15 1mpOSS1b16
to Judge her nose from the angle at wh1ch the p1cture was
In the Junlor Class the MIHHGF Lo 201
In thls group, photograph ho 203 1S xery
hard to Judge from the 'cut out' PICIUFE effect submltted
ho 3 seems to be a very beaut1ful g1rl, but the photograph
15 such that lt IS 1mpOSS1b19 to Judge
In the Senlor Class the w1nner Lo l07
Please extend my congratula11ons and best
k1Sh9S to the w1nners and all of the contestants
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Machine Work Sperzrzlwts
TAYLOR MOTOR CO
Cars SOLD Cars
74 HOLRS TOWING SERVICE
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Comer of Valley and Mecha c
PHONE 5 00
DeVore s Market
116 F rederlck Street
Steel D1e Embossmq
MCElf1Sh Pam! and
209 He derson Avenue
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GEHAUFS DRIVE IN
6 Nllles West on Route 40
PHGNE 551 W ll
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Drz zks Coke and Plays the
C Gm L Welding Supplies
CXYGEN and ACETYLENE
P O Box 1345 Cumberland Md
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STERLING ELECTRIC CO
Corner Bedford and Centre Sts
KEECH S PHARMACY
AT THE SUBWAY
600 602 VIFQLHI3 Avenue Cumberland Maryland
Queen Cliy Electrrc
158 160 Fredenck Street
Phone 117 and 118
The Travelers Modern Accxdent
Pollcy for Students
51000 for Acc de tl Death Up to S500
for Docto s Nurse and Hospltal Fees
Annual Cost S6 70
Albert H Macy Agent
Traveler s Insurance
14 Greene St Phone 1430
MEATS FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE
R. F. D. No. 6 Bowlmg Green
Fulion's Beauty Salon
164 N. Mechamc Street
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My name IS Betty ard I have a story wh1ch I
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Store buslness IS fast movmg and lnterestlng Each
counter IS a store ln ltself
Here at Murphys one learns retallmg from the
bottom up' I started out as an extra salesglrl workmg
every day after school When I was graduated I was
fortunate to be placed ln charge of a counter I never kncw how really
lnterestmg thls work could be lt s Just l1ke havmg a shop of my own
Im growmg here takmg more responsxblllty as I go Theres stlll
more room for advancement I can work myself Into a posltlon of
merchandlse buyer sectlon supervlsor or bookkeeper ln the 0fflC6 Soon
I hope to be selected to tram for the Job of Personnel Dlrectress ln a large
new Murphy Store
All of us at Murphy s have an equal chance to better ourselves From
what I can see Murphys IS tops ln tramlng and there xsn t a store
m town to beat Murphy s on Employee benefits'
If you re ambltlous to make a go of xetallmg Jom the Gang at
Mulp my s soon as you can
138 148 BHIIIIIIOPC qt Cumberland, Maryland
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COMPANY OF CUMBERLAND INC
FRESH BREAKFAST COFFEE
GOLDEN ISLE FRUIT AND IUICES
J enkms Texaco
C ompllments Service
682 Greene St Cumberland Md
Where Your Patronage Is
A F R I E N D Puck up and Dellvery Servnce
START YOUR HAPPY F r a n t z
MOTORING FROM Home Bakery
W a g n e r s ow
Esso Servlcenter sw North centre street
TWILA BEAUTY SHOP
27 North Llberty St Phone 4539 Cumberland Md
SINGER SEWING CENTER
FOR ALL SEWING 'NEEDS
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206 Greene St. Cumberland, Md. Cumberland Maryland
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Western Marylands First lnstltutlon
Deuoted Erclusnely to the Hygenu,
Processzng of Dlapers
235 Baltlmore Ave Cumberland Maryland
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Choose clothlnq wxth a
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SPUND l0lR FRI'I'
Fllms School Supplies
Your Fanorlte Fountam Treat
DON MCINTYRE S
432 Cumberland Street
DON S MARKET
ALLEGANY HIGH SCHOOL
S P E A R S
DIAMONDS SILVERWARE WATCHES
COMPUMENT5 OF CONGRATULATIONS FROM
CITY CLEANERS M11ler s Sunoco
107 Fredenck Street SSIVICC
642 Greene St Phone 5583
an Cumberland Maryland
SOUTH END CLEANERS Where Seruce With a Smile
AND DYERS Awaits You
219 V1'9m'a Avenue Use the Best -f Use Sunoco
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We Wlsh You
3 Good Health
MASON S DAIRY
C OM PLIM EN TS
FOR YOUR CITY SERVILF
Charter a Coach
329 N Cent e Street
be land Maryland
PAINTS and VARNISHES
Telephone 2751 78 Greene S
Cumhe land Md
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Floor .Sander For Rent
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Lumber Millwork Building Supplies
THE SOUTH CUMBERLAND
PLANING MILL CO.
YOUR COMMUNITY LUMBER YARD SINCE 1896
33 Queen Street Cumberland Maryland
Phone 2918 2919
TRI STATE MINE 8: MILL
310 Commerce Street
Owen E. Hitchins. President John Stewart, Secretary
ne un te ine een
Bruce Price, Class of '52 Says
FOR STRLNC TH AND STAMINA FOR ANY
POSITION ON THE FOOTBALL TEAM
FARMERS DAIRY HOMOGENIZED
AND PASTEURIZED MILK
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THE DINGLE CUMBERLAND MD PHONE 225 I
RIDE WORRY FREE ON KELLYS
KELLY TIRE SERVICE
119 S Mechamc Street
Cumberland s Oun Tlre and Battery Headquarters
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THE ALLEGANY CAMPER CLUB
AAD KIf1'P IN TOUIH
YOUR SCHOOL S ACTIVITIES
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Mechamc at Market Street
Meats Groceres and Soda Fountam
The Dingle Phone 865
YOUR WESTINGHOUSE DEALER
176 Baltimore St Phone 678
DINGLE ESSO SERVICE
Fayette and Greene Sts
752 54 GREENE STREET
GIVE DINGLE A IINGLE
ts Glass Pamt Body Hard
153 Wlneow St Phone 2270
V AND H BILLIARD
10 South Mechamc Street
HOWARD W VANDEGRIFT P op
CHRIS G STOCKLEY
SHINNAMON S SHOE
PHONES 2460 M 1517
5 Col b A Cumbe land Md
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Plu b g Heat nq nd Repans
18 Harrnson St Phone 2599
COMMERCIAL PRESS CO
30 Harrlson St Phone 72
MURPHY BROS FOOD
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE
Phone 2011 2012 102 LeFevre St
PERSONAL FINANCE CO
DAN DOPBO Manager
One Hundred T enty Th ee
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