Allegany High School - Alleganac Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)

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' THE ALLEGEWI Presented by THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1957 ALLEGANY HIGH SCHOOL Cumberland, Md. e THE STAFF Co Editors Carol Islmmger Patricia Smith Senlor Martha Muller Lounse Murkm Underclassmen Kaye Ort Sharon Relghard Organization Georgla Spels Muslc Ann Decker Ellzabeth Murray Feature Dorothy Vose Loss Lee Sports Ronald Bruce Ralph Vincent Hlstorlan Donna Duck Art Thomas Matluck Buslness Manager Fred Hlrsch Allen Emeruck Advertlsmg John Workmenster Clrculatlon Wanda Ullery Gary Wllllams Sheila From .W I? ' 413. UK' ww BCCOUQC mf his mcmy rung ycfura of Servnfe In The field mf Pd 1Cf'lf!Uf1 where rmvnrds are few ond QVCIMP IS mm eoslly qwen sense nf hum nr eccuse the mix romurwemru rw he oske I9 that krwowlcdde bv ICH WP Ore mom N09 befwrfl we dedlfofe thaw 1937 Aifegewr to DEDICATION V f, g , X :Y A . A- Because of his Qpcrmfanefms mud refreghing B U If A gy R 'x X fx 1 L , N AND ADMINISTRATION FACULTY Comnng from Bruce Hugh School Dr Haznes was now faced with a more compln cated schedule but smoothly and swlftly he took over the dutues left to hum by Ray mond McCullough so short a tnrne Haines has become one of the reflections that as part of Allegany PRINCIPAL A prlnclpal must become well acquamted with hls stu dents In order to guide and advise them When Dr W Ardell Haunes assumed the executuve posntlon at Alle gany he had the duffncult task of gaunrng the conf: dence of l5OO strangers Being a man who knows that the shortest distance between two points IS a straught ltne he attacked the problem mn medlately From the frrst Good mornung students on the publlc address system we knew that here was a man who was to be our frnend Mrs. Anno B. Higgins, vice principal, has, through her many years of service, become a vital part of the Allegany scene. ' lf we happen to go astray, she tries to steer us back on the right course with friendly guidance. Her talent also extends to classroom instruction, where she teaches English. The secretarial force is made up of Shirley Warnick and Patricia Phillips. Mimeographing, correspon- dence, new pupils, football tickets, records and schedules are done by these efficient secretaries. Thirty-four years of devoted service to Allegany High School have been rendered faithfully by our assistant principal, Foy A. Curry. Kind advice and answers to the many problems of Alco students are given willingly as he fills the positions of school treasurer, cafeteria director, and mathematics instructor. His keen sense of humor and remarkable cooperative spirit are most outstanding. His vital interest in athletics rounds out the character of this much admired member of our faculty. se Y X. Lydia Dawnton Acker X klgjia Connell Blough Virginia W. Dixon Jeannette Holxshu Colleen Kreger Kirk nh! A rf V - is Pi X '95-N f 9 s Flora Cook Lease -Geygldine mgfgn Mann Orpha-Bonita Pritchard 5 T Al bl is I . . .L J ENGLISH Mary Sowerby Hinxe Head of the English Department ibn ,f 1 . Betsy Ross Rankin R. Eugene Shaw J-?7C,X Q 5 in-r' Janet Anderson Margaret Boker George K. Convoy Paul J. Cuba Nell Hawkins Mwy E. Murray Anna M. Nicht Dora E. Richard Ollve P Simpson Head of the Social Studies Department SOCIAL STUDIES Ruth Finzel Grahame Robert M. Hutcheson Irene Puffinberger Mophis i,.f , 4 1 . ' 'Q ' , .gpg f i , I Ellen Thompson McKenzie Theresa B. Nicht Harold C. Wickard Heod of The Science Department SCIENCE DEPARTMENT MATHEMATICS William J. Faherly Virginia A. Jenkins James G. Neilson Carleton A. Shore Gloria Springer Arthur W. Taylor Head of the Mathemalics Department INDUSTRIAL ART Walter L. Bowers Head of the Physical Education Department ' Chester G Payne PHYSICAL EDUCATION y Jo Ann Taylor Eckerd Eleanor K Rlzer HOME ECONOMICS Head of Yhe Home Economics Department Jane Long Fulk Helen E. McFerran Mary Pnce Hager Marie A. Richmond Edwin F Boldwm Harvey J Mason Berenlce Wells Rogers Lawrence W Becker Brantley D Greeson LANGUAGE ART MUSIC S Lua Syckes ?N Ethel Cunningham Bruce Head of the Art Department Head of the Musuc Department Dorothy Wllllson r ' '5 . V L, V! x A ' s COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT DISTRIBUTIVE GUIDANCE EDUCATION hu DRIVER LIBRARY CORE EDUCATION 1 Everett B Krelder Irene W Lapp Wilma Claire Luv KH I , E.. , T William J. Donahue "' Donald E. Beeman M l C , Evelyn B. Bright Martha Downton Hami David K. Jenkins V .. HIGH Sf lxx Best Looking Wittiest Mr. Shore ond Mrs. Blough Miss Lopp and Mr. Toylor SUPERLATIVES Best Sports Sweetest Mr. Greeson and Miss Murray Miss Livesoy ond Mr. Conway um A ,aw-w 5 CLASSES Sh SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS CLASS ADVISORS N Robert Goodfellow ......,.........,...,...,......................... President Perry elfon .................................,.,.............. Vice-president Frances Belt .................,....,.....,....,.................,..,... Secretary Frances Harvey ..., .......,................,........................ T reasurer M. V. . . J k. 19" Betty Jane Abbott James Lawrence Alt Arlene Atkinson Nancy Jean Bangerd William Rex Beck nf it-Te Q I ' A. SENIORS John Bates Shirley Elaine Beckwith Charles Wesley Beamer Frances Edna Belt I 1 Glenn Edward Baker John Paul Bechie Edward Lewis Bittner 1' 'UH max 1 , ,, ,rjg ' :,, 'QW Q 2 Iv- I M I nH!'... Richard Alan Blank Patricia Ann Bodkin Alamelfa Sharon Boor Jean Louise Breedlove Lois Broadwater Ronald Russell Bruce C1 5 SENIGRS Robert Melvin Bromery William Henry Buchholfz 52 Carl Elijah Brown Mildred Ann Burger David Lawrence Brown Frank Lewis Butler N.: SENIORS Virginia Lee Digmon Raymond Roberi Dreyer Brent Edward Dyche JoAnn Earsorn Mary Lou Eaton Regina Erma Eichner Ronald Lee Eisenlrou! Allen C. Emerizk William Clark Ernerick Leona Mae Evans Rosalie Sue Femi Lewis Bernard Fikc fx 0- 4' x'l if in SENIGRS Frederick Richard Hirsch Marianne Hoelzer Barbara Sue Hollis Harmon Leroy Hnvermill Carol Ann lsiminger Lonnie Royce Jackson Kenneth Wallace Johnson Martin William Johnson Stanley Marvin Johnson Betty Lou Kehrer Fay Walton Kaiser Carole Rose Keller mf 3 -PV' 'X n fr! T f 'R' K' 'bl' 5, , 49' f"5!'v K SENIORS Jesse Merle Kellerman Charles Lesfer Kight Ronald Coleman King Adrian Lou Knippenberg Charles Lawson Knoffs Darla Jean Koerner Sara Jane Krause Francis Krucxewski Raymond Lyle LaRue Donald Richard Lawrence David Michael Lease Carol Jane Leasure i s Joseph William Martin David Allen Marlx l, 1 Thomas Lincoln Mallick SENIORS Sharon Lynn McCartney Sandra Karen McGee Richard Alvin McKenzie Charles Wilberl Meagher Wallace Wayne McKee Kay Frances Meagher 0 Violet Rae Mauk Alice Blanche McKenzie Dolores Carole Merrbaugh 1 5? H 1 .ff W ' we i'E?if" V SENIORS Ruth Audrey Merrill Garnet Mae Messersrnith Frederick Ronald Metzner Harold K. Milburn Robert Millenson Hilda Marie Miller Martha Elizabeth Miller William K. Millholland Sara Louise Mirkin LaDona Marie Monnett Paul M. Moreland Sonia Kay Mulligan SENICJRS Elizabeth Anne Murray Claude Felix Nave Herbert Lyons Nesbitt Louis Lang Nies George Richard Niner Francis S. 0'Baker Edna Rae Often Robert Raymond Ogden David John O'Neal Kathryn Mae Ort Rosalie Mae Ort Marla Ruth Pariser 6 4 I it 46- 6 it inf' 'an X wr V- 4. .2 'mm 5 HMM! I nf, ' ' ,,,. Glenda Carole Robertson Mary Jane Robertson Robert Edward Robinson William Taylor Rotruck James Leroy Russ Richard Eugene Scarlett Carole Jeanne Schoenadel William Randolph Sehry Donna Elizabeth Schulz 'wh imma" 5- bf "C" Vivian Eileen Robinson Ruth Anne Schlosser Kay Carol Shatter SENIORS Michael Edward Shaffer Edward Lawrence Shatferman Frances Elizabeth Shanholtz Perry Shipley Shelton Donald Lee Shlres Ralph Darrell Skelley Bruce Andrew Smith Marian Catherine Smith Patricia Ann Smith Ronald Eugene Smith William Leon Smith Georgia C. Speis aw 'T TAI if '1-f fx 9 we -lv-as. N 1' J' .- S 5 VM, ff? Eff' wk th' if Qui' Q,1 .311 tl .gn , ' 7 'QE' 44-th Q' M W' . ,,1,. ww mn- - , , e -tg lv-my-f ' -3' V if I We-Y 'El it 5 3 SENIORS John Graham Stallings Ronald Brooks Starcher John Charles Stark Judith Stein Harold Arthur Stevanus Patrick Joseph Stewart Anita Mae Strosnider Charles Thomas Swauger Caroliean Sveitzer Donald W. Tipton Donald Lee Turley James Allen Tvigg IWW Helen Vurgunua Youngblood Margaret Jane Yutzy CLASS HISTORY Somethung new was added when Allegany Hugh School opened un September 1951 It was short ut w s wude eyed ut was eager to learn and become part of the tradutron of thus school The somethung new was the class of 57 lus1' We contauned 288 members 160 boys and 128 gurls The grade schools that we represented were Columbna Street West Sude Mount Royal Gephart and LaVale We all belonged to The Mutual Admrratuon Socuety for Senuors One of the senuors we worshupped was Donna Cochenour Camper Queen The annual Popularuty Poll wunners were General Douglas Mac Arthur and Pnncess Elnzabeth and what was the favornte song un 19517 Im sure you remember Slowpoke Soon we were not having trouble wuth our lockers we got used to seeung the statue of Hebe un the entrance, and before we knew ut We were un the eughth grade Our pruncupal Ralph R Webster became superuntendent of schools for Allegany County ln hus place came Raymond O McCullough Robert Pence was replaced as football coach by Ray Lester Agaun ut was Thanksglvung and thus time the Camper Queen was Beverly Wulson Dwught D Eusenhower and Mamue were selected as man and woman of the year And every tume the raduo was turned on KTV was stull rather obsolete? we heard Don t Let the Stars Get un Your Eyes Small srze wheels were formed as we became freshmen the top brass un junuor hugh For the frrst tume we got to elect an attendant to the Camper Queen Dot Meagher Barbara Mann was chosen Once ogaun lke and Mamue were selected as outstandung man and woman Number One on the hat parade was Rags to Ruches We held our furst socnal event Freshmen Fantasy wuth Ann Decker chairman The 1954 55 school year was best remembered by us sophomores as the Year the Duxue Kats made Alco famous Maraanne Hoelzer served as our class attendant to Barbara Shepherd Camper Queen lke and Mamue were outstandung and Mr Sandman was our favorute song At the end of the year Frances Harvey and Sheula Fram were selected to serve as Drum Maporette and Head Mauorette of the senuor band Dorothy Leubrant was added to the varsuty cheerunq squad As yunuors we were led by Robert Goodfellow class presudent The Sunday Tnmes Hughlughts wruters selected by Muss Murray were Donna Duck and Carol lsumunger Shurley Morgan was Camper Queen and Sandra Hatfueld was her uunuor attendant Mr Presudent and hus Furst Lady were popularuty poll wunners for the fourth year un a row Suxteen Tons was the song every one sang Dorothy Vose made her dramatuc debut un the leadung role of The Curuous Savage Ann Decker and Perry Shelton were co chaurmen of the junior senuor prom Druftung and Dreaming Pattle Smuth became the only gunuor soloust an the All County Orchestra At the end of the year Maruanne Hoelzer was selected Edntor un Chuef of the Alcohn Murror and Rosalue Femu was added to the cheerleaders So swuftly and unexpectedly we became senuors Bob Goodfellow was ogaun chosen to lead our class Dr Ardell Haunes became our pruncupal when Mr McCullough receuved a superuntendent s posutuon on the Eastern Shore Carol lsumunger and Pattue Smuth were named edutors of the 1957 Allegewu Thomas Ward was elected to the presudency of Natnonal Honor Socuety Barbara Mann and Perry Shelton were selected to head Tru H1 Y and Hu Y respectuvely Camper Queen and her attendant were Sandra Hatfueld and Dorus Dahl Our frrst project of the year was a fund rausung Sock Hop for the junuor hugh Martha Muller was general chairman of the Senuor Mux on December 8 ln March Harold C Wuckard dnrected our senuor class play Dorothy Vose won oratory honors un the school wude I Speak for Democracy contest The lunuors entertouned us royally at the yunuor senuor prom The funal week of actuvutues was one whuch shall never be forgotten Donna Duck was chaurman of the senuor prom Senuor sermon was June 2 and graduatuon was on the fufth of June An era comes to an end' 1, . .. .rf - 1 , . , C ' 1 . 1 1 I . . . . . - 1 , . 1 1 1 1 ' 11 . . . . 1, r . . - 11 - 11 1 ' , - 1 11 - 11 - I D , ' ' ' 11 . 11 1 . . 1 11 11 , , , , . . . - I 11 - 1 - 11 - - I . 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Kathryn L Cessna Commerclal Leona Mae Evans SENIOR DIRECTORY Betty Jane Abbott Commerclal ALLEGEWI Alcohl Mirror Choral Club Eugene Cave Commerclal L Mnchael Gmgench General Arlene Atlunson General Choral Club Choir Poster Club Glenn Edward Baker Commerclal Safety Commnttee Nancy Jean Bongerd General Choral Club Band Alcoettes Teacher Secretary John Bates Charles Wesley Beamer Cholr Octet Track John Paul Bechle Wllllam Rex Beck Proyectlonlst Shrrley Elarne Beckwith Poster Club GAA Frances Edna Belt Choral Club Cholr Octet GAA ADK Edward Lewls Brttner Richard Alan Blank Patrlcla Ann Bodkln Choral Club Cholr Office Alametta Sharon Boar General Academlc General General General Academic Orchestra Commercial Commercial Commercial Assistant Commercial Choral Club Cholr John H Chappell General Glee Club Football Manager Robert Lee Clayton Nancy Lu Comer GAA Alcoettes Lnbr Davud Conley Football Eugene D Cramer Football Rawnle Cramer Nancy Jean Crlppen Poster Club Homer Lee Crothers Football Hn Y Dons Anne Dahl Poster Club Rosemarle Darr Poster Club Choral General General ary Alde Club General General General Commerclal Commerclal Commercial Commercial ADK GAA Barbara Dawson General Poster Club Wllham Clark Emerlck Poster Club Rasalre Sue Feml General Commerclal Academvc ADK Cheerleader Spanlsh Club GAA Lewls Bernard Flke Safety Committee Michael F Flnan Elwood R Flanagan Mabel L Flannagon James Earl Fox Commercial Academnc Commerclal General General Sherla Barbara Fram Academlc ALLEGEWI Head Mayorette Magorette National Honor Soclety Trl Hn Y Sr Choral Club Jr Choral Club Latln Club Spanish Club James Ronald Fretwell General Harold Ray George General Jean Loulse Breedlove Academic Choral Club Chour Latln Club Spamsh Club Tru HI Y Lols Vlrglnla Broadwater Commercial ALLEGEWI Alcohu Mirror Lubrary And Robert Melvln Bromery General Natlonal Honor Soclety Prolectuonust Radio Club Carl Elllah Brown Acqdemlc Football Basketball David Lawrence Brown Commerclal Ronald Russell Bruce Academlc ALLEGEWI HIY Baseball Basketball General Sandra J Hattleld Academuc Football Track Wllllam Henry Buchholtz General Mrldred Ann Burger Frank Lewls Butler Cafeterla Asslstant Safety Robert Paul Butts Edward James Cameron Willa Cameron GAA Choral Club Chonr Dorothy Gall Campbell Poster Club GAA John Wllllam Cannon Glee Club Football Shlrley Jean Capel Hospltal And Junuor Hugh Only Academic Commlttee General Academic Commerclal General General General Boyd Stephen Dawson General Poster Club Ann Ross Decker Academic ALLEGEWI Alcohl Mirror ADK SID GAA UN Club Trl HI Y Choral Club James Marshall Deremer General HlY Football Baseball Basketball Donna Raye Duck Academuc ALLEGEWI Alcohu Mlrror Hxghllghts Latln Club Spanish Club SID UN Club GAA Ronald Francis Dlehl Commerclal Baseball Basketball Football Vnrgmra Lee Dlgman General Brent Edward Dyche General Basketball Football Track Raymond R Dreyer General Alcohn Mirror Football Samuel Leo Glenn Glee Club Track Robert Allen Godwm Robert R Goodtellow Track Football Susan M Habersack Poster Club Douglas Gene Hadley Donna Co ral Homes GAA Tn Hn Y Choral Spanlsh Club Elalne V Homes Teacher Secretary George Edward Hole Glee Club Baseball Barbara Ann Hall Harlean R Harmon Track General General Academic Commercnal General Academlc Club Chair Commerclal General Commerclal Commerclal Poster Club Twurlmg Club JoAnn Earsom Commercual Poster Club GAA SID Mary Lau Eaton General Alcohu Mlrror Band Alcoettes Regina Erma Elchner Academlc Tru H1 Y Orchestra Band Choral Club Cholr Latin Club Spanlsh Club Na tlonal Honor Soclety Ronald L Ersentrout General Allen C Emerlck General ALLEGEWI Band Orchestra Chour Glee Club Octet Quartet UN Club Spanish Club ADK Frances Ann Harvey Academuc Drum Magorette Mayorette ADK GAA Alcohl Mirror Spanish Club Latun Club Choral Club Paul M Hosenbuhler Academic H1 Y Band Orchestra Cafeterla Guide Alcohl Mlrror ADK GAA Spanlsh Club Latln Club Poster Club Donald Ray Helnnch General Donald R l-lelmstetter Commercual ALLEGEWI Alcohl Mlrror Teacher Secretary 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 I 11.1 ' , , , . 1 1 1 - 1 I ' ' I, I., h . . . . 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Academuc Martha E Muller Joan Loulse Madero SENIOR DIRECTORY Manlyn Joyce Hevel Academuc Choral Club GAA Offlce Assistant SID ADK Spanish Club Fredernck R I-llrsch ALLEGEWI Alcohl Mrrror UN Club Spanrsh Club, Latin Club Cholr ' Glee Club Marianne Hoelzer Academic Alcohl Mirror Trl Hn Y National Honor Socnety Choral Club ADK GAA UN CLUB Latln Club Spamsh Club SID Barbara Sue Hollis Academrc Llbrary Alde Office Asslstant Choral Club GAA French Club Harmon L Hovermlll Academic Carol A Isrmlnger Academlc ALLEGEWI Alcohn Mnrror Natvonal Honor Society Trl Hn Y Hlghlrghts GAA UN Club SID Soamsh Club Latin Club Choral Club " Cholr,"'f ADK Lonnle R Jackson General Baseball Basketball Football Track Kenneth W Johnson Academic Basketball Baseball Football Stanley M Johnson Commerclal Martm W Johnson Commercral Football Glee Club Betty Lou Kehrer Commerclql Library Alde Choral Club Raymond Lyle LaRue General Donald R Lawrence Commercial Football Baseball David Mlchael Lease Academrc Football Baseball Basketball Carol Jean Leasure General Alcohl Mnrror GAA Lols Mae Lee Academic ALLEGEWI Band Majorette ADK Natlonal Honor Socnety Trl Hr Y Spanlsh Club Latln Club Choral Club Dorothy E Leubrant Academic Cheerleader ADK GAA UN Club Larm club Choral Clubk Offuc As slstant Carolyn A Lewls Commerclal Wanda Mae Lewis Commercnal Charles W Meagher Commercial Kay Frances Meagher General Dolores Carol Merrbaugh Commerclal ALLEGEWI Alcohl Mnrror Ruth A Mernll Latnn Club Library Alde Garnet M Messersmlth Fredenck R Metxner Harold K Mnaurn Robert Mullenson Alcohn Mnrror Latnn UN Club Band Hilda Marle Muller Club Academlc General General General Academic Spanush Club General Academic Llbrary Aude Cafeteria Assistant John Wnlson Llewellyn Richard H Love French Club Track Nancy Ellen Luzler Latln Club FTA Choral Assistant Joan MacDonald ADK UN Club Choral Hosputal Alde Gary T Mace Proyectlonlst General Academrc Academlc Club Office General Club GAA Academuc General Fay Walton Kelser Carole Rose Keller GAA Choral Club ADK Jesse Merle Ketterman Football Charles L Klght Hn Y Football Track Commercial General Commerclal General Ronald Coleman Kung General Glee Club Cafeterla Assustant Adnan L Knip enberg Commerclal Football Trac Baseball Glee Club 'F Chour 1 Charles L Knotts Commercial Staoe Crew Band PYOIECUOUISY Track Glee Club f Lhorr 'K Darla Jean Koerner Academlc GAA FTA Poster Club ADK Library Aide Hlghllghts Sora Jane Krause General Office Assistant Teacher Secretary Hospltal Alde Francos Krucxewskl General Progectnonlst 'Junror High Only GAA Academuc Barbara L Mann Natlonal Honor Socnety Alcohl Mlrror Tr HIY Choral Club Cholr ADK GAA SID Spanish Club Charles F Martln Commercial Hn Y Teacher Secretary Joseph W Martin Academic Davud A Mart: General Academic Thomas L Matllck ALLEGEWI r-11 Y Foowan Chourfl' Vlolet Rae Mauk Academlc Latln Club Sharon L McCartney Academic Alcohu Mnrror ADK UN Club Spamsh Club Latin Club Sandra K McGee Commercial GAA Alcoettes Poster Club Alcohu Mirror Wallace W McKee General Alrce B McKenna Agqdey-mg Latin Club Hospntal Aude Rnchard McKenzie General ALLEGEWI Alcohl Mnrror Natlonal Honor Soclety Tru HI Y Spanish Club Latin Club ADK Orchestra GAA UN C'ub Choral Club Wllllarn K Mlllholland Academic Spanish Club Glee Club Chour Astron omy Club Sara Louise Mnrlun Academnc ALLEGEWI Alcohl Mlrror Natlonol Honor Socnety Trl HI Y SID ADK Poster Club Spanish Club Choral Club LaDona M Monnett Academic Soannsh Club Choral Club FTA Poster Club GAA ADK Latin Club Paul M Moreland General Sonia K Mulligan Academic ADK Alcoettes Hospltal Alde Latun Club GAA Elnxabeth A Murray Academlc ALLEGEWI Alcohl Msrror Trl Hn Y SID ADK Latnn Club Choral Club Chour Octet Claude Fellx Nave Academlc Herbert L Nesbitt General Yours Lana Nres General G Richard Nnner General Baseball Francis S 0Baker General Edna Rae Often General Cafeterla Assustant R Raymond Ogden Academic Y Band Orchestra HI Davld John 0 Neal General Track Kathryn M Ort Academlc ALLEGEWI Alcohl Murror Latm Club Spanlsh Club Choral Club Octet UN Club ADK 1 I 1 1 , , . . , . . 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I 1 1 1 F . 1 Patrncla Smlth Academlc SENIOR DIRECTORY Rosalue Mae Ort Comrnercual Marla Ruth Parlser Academlc Alcohu Mlrror ADK Latln Club Spanlsh Club Poster Club GAA Choral Clubff Vlrgll Wllllam Parsons General Choir Poster Club Robert S Poye Academlc National Honor Soclety HIY Latm Club Football Baseball Basketball Bandfl' Raye Aldlne Perdew Commercial Choral Club 'F Loretta I Petenbrlnk Commercial Trl Hn Y Choral Club Cholr Leonard Ross Petty General Band Hn Y Glee Club Janice R Phllllps Natronal Honor Choral Club Latln FAA Rlchard Phrlllps Nancy Gayle Reed Choral Club Cholr Sharon L Relghard ALLEGEWI Alcohn ADK GAA Spanish Donald Earl Rennle Hr Y Spanish Club Lewis M Rlce Academv Soclety Tru Hr Y Club Spanush Club General General Band GAA Academuc Mnrror Trl Hn Y Club UN Club Academic Academic Football Basketball Track Glenda C Robertson Commercnal Teacher Secretary Mary Jane Robertson Commercial GAA Cafeteria 'ssnstant R Edward Robinson Football Vivlan E Robinson Choral Club Wllllam T Rotruck James L Russ General General General General Lawrence Shatferman Academic EIAY Band Orchestra Glee Club Olf Frances E Shanholtz General Band Perry S Shelton Academic National Honor Soclety Hu Y Band gachestra Spanlsh Club Glee Club OIF Donald Lee Shlres Academrc He Y Band Spanish Club Stage Crew R Darrell Skelley General Bruce A Smlth Academuc Stage Crew Prolectnonlst French Club Glee Club Cholr Teacher Secreta y ALLEGEWI Natlonal Honor Society Trl Hn Y Spanish Club ADK UN Club Band Orchestra Choral Club Chorr FTA Office Assistant Organlst Marlon C Smlth Academnc Choral Club ADK Ronald E Smith General Track Wllllam Leon Smlth Commercnal Glee Club Choir ALLEGEWI Alcohl Mirror Trl HlY GAA John G Stalllngs Hn Y Glee Club Band Acodemlc Academic Ronald B Starcher Spanish Club ADK UN Club FTA Band Track Football John Charles Stark Academic Band French Club Track Football Judlth Stern Academnc ADK Poster Club Choral Club GAA Harold A Stevanus General Patrick J Stewart General Norma Jean Twlgg General GAA Choral Club Magorette Wanda Mae Ullery Commerclal ALLEGEWI National Honor Soclety Trl Hu Y Cafeteria Assustant Dannel G Vance General Ralph B Vincent Academuc ALLEGEWI Spamsh Club Latrn Club Glee Club Dorothy Ann Vase Academlc ALLEGEWI Alcohl Mnrror Choral Club Latnn Club ADK Wrlllam B Walbert Commercual Poster Club Thomas G Ward Academlc Notlonal Honor Soclety Hu Y Band Orchestra Glee Club Chour Latnn Club Beverly J Wa rnlck GAA Cecil D Warnlck Wllllam E Weatherholt Baseball Ronald L Weaver Track Prolectuonlst Eleanor M Weber Commerclal Commerclal General Commercoal Acadermc Richard E Scarlett General Poster Club Football Ruth A Schlosser Commerclal Carole J Schoenadel General Choral Club W Randolph Schry Track Football General Donna E Schutx Choral Club GAA Commercual Kay C Shaffer General Choral Club Academic Mlchael Shaffer HI Y Latln Club Spanish Club Band Glee Club Cholr Junior Hugh Only Anita M Strosnlder Bond Choral Club Charles T Swauger Carollean Sweltzer Choral Club Cholr Donald W Tlpton Glee Club Choir Donald Lee Turley Glee Club Cholr H Latrn Club James Allen Twlgg Glee Club Band Lee Edward Twlgg Library Aide Commercual Commerclal Commerclal Teacher Secretary General Academlc Y Football Track General General Chosr Ralph W Wert: Comrnercual Fredenck W Wllllams Academuc HIY Latin Club Spanish Club Glee Club Chonr Gary R Wrlllams Academic ALLEGEWI National Honor Socuety Hu Y Spamsh Club Glee Club Band Charles Leroy Wllson General Band James Clifford Wllson General Track James lrvm Wolford General John F Workmelster Jr Academlc ALLEGEWI Hn Y Football Offlce Asslstant Barbara A Yankelevltx Academic ADK UN Club Spanlsh Club GAA Judlth Ann Yeargan General Choral Club Choir GAA Harry James os Academic Hu Y Football Harry Edwin Young General Track Football Basketball Cholr Glee Club Helen Vlrglnla Youngblood General Hospltal Aide Margaret Jane Yutzy Commercial Choral Club Cafeteria Asslstant ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' . , 1 1 1 - ' I 1 I I I . - - , . ,Ll . r . A ' ' . I 1 ' 1 1 ' I I I ' ' I - I - I I I 1 1 1 1 , . ' - I I I ' ' ' ' I 1 1 1 . I I ' ' ' 1 1 - 1 I 1 1 - , , 1 . 1 ' 1 - ' h ' I I 1I ' 1 1 I I , I , 1 1 1 - I 4, ' ' 1 1 1 - ' -- -- 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' ,,.. . . . ' I I I ' 1 1 1 - I I I ' U ' . . .- .- , , ' ' 1 I 1 1 I I I ' A Geo"9" C' speis , . Acedermc Cafeteria Assistant, Choral Club,'7' 1 1 - - 1 ' fx: . I I . 1 1 - I' 1 1 '- '- , ' . I ' I , . . I I I I Q D . I ' ' ' I 1 1 ' . - I I I ' , 1 . . . . . 1 1 - :Il I . . I , . I I - I I 1 b I 0 I V I ' . 1 1 - ff: ' fl: . - . ' 1 f , . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - I 1 1 l' 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . I 4 I I I I I I I I I I . - ,"- . 11: ' ' if JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Tolkmg over the plans for the rumor senior prom are the junior class officers Left to right they are Helen Wonless secretory, Beverly Cover treasurer Wnlllom Sutter pres :dent and Douglas Walker vice president Ackerson Allison Arnold Baldwin Baughman Beal Be . Bennett . Bennett . Berndt . Biller . Billmyer . Bittner . Bittner . Blizzard . Border . Brant . Brenneman . Brings . Broadwater JUNIORS W Broadwater W. Brode R Brookman B Buzzard R. Carder Caralan R Carr Caswell Chaney Chenowlth D Coleman N Conley J Cook B Cover D Cox D Crabtree C Cramer Crawford Currence Davldson G Davis F Deetz DeHaven W Dehn Delawder J Dever J. Devine C. Diehl M. ' S. ' Dnefz D Dlllon R Doulhltl' C Dyche S Dye W Emerlck S England D Evans P Eversale J Ewald Fields D Fnshel v 'Z' 1 'R .IUNIORS Flsher Fisher Flanagan Flanagan Flynn Folk Fuller Galllhcr Gedcon Gerhart Goodfellow Goodfellow Gordon Green Grimes Guthrie Haan Haentfhng Hansrofe Hardin Hargreaves Harmon Harper Helmstefter Hodges Hook Horchler Humberlson Hurt Johnson Jones Judy Judy Kamauf Keech Kerr Kldwell Longerbeam Mankcmyer Marhn 3, g, A. ' y ? J. ' . ex' 4, f E. ' 6 J . G 1. XX V P. ax any fl. w. . C n. . . y M. ' . s. I c. 4 i M. , R. . A. v s. , H. ' M . K ? R. ' 6 W P. ' J w. I ' J ff W. ' . 1 A Q 1 R, . J. y . J ,. 'ws' J- rfr R. I A I . w. J. G A. 3 c. K . -- J. , 1 K ' . M. Rh 4 A ' A Y 'J ' ' G c. J. Q . . R' 'Q' ' . ,X T . M1 . . ' Q, ' . " Qgdf ff Q , z. D. ' - W s, JUNIORS S Marhn J Marlx D McCarty E McDonald D McKenzie G Mnchoel E Mltehell Mullugan M Murphy C Myers A Nave P Nmer L Norrls O Hora R 0 Neal W O Neal V Ort S Paugh C Paull D Payne N Penmnglon L Phalllps N Phllllps S Plummer B Powell G Powell D Pncc C Ransom B Raupach R Redman K Relber J Reuse E Rexroad J Richardson R Richardson M Ruffey T Rudenour J Rutchey M Rosenmorkle D Rutherford -v 1-5 if 'QV 27 mf MS' ,z N'-1 l ww: ?'W wr g . r J? 4 ' .m W.. ' I g 5 J J ' - A I ' 4 H .. ' - ' ' , 5 1 ,' M 1 ' . Q . I ,ax V ,, l dir , 1 R C R J J J '1 ' X , . 1V-. - ' ' :QQ7 ' - J :Q s P' I W' , I A Q a 54 , . V V , ' Y xi Q Us k X - A 1 C V ' , 1 ' ff" Pul' . W ,W ' ' , . 'QMQ7 ' Y-'27 - T?EE':.i,, 3 . ' 'Irs- iw., no K lk Ek .vi K 5 .N , .' , A 9 ., , . .L. ,W if . +4 , X ff- 'ST R 'Yen gk, ,... X5 gf' 'JM 5... W'-v s... "N PN W-. rye' rf YI" Wu. QS JUNICDRS C. Sanders J. Sanker E. Schramm L. Schwalm J. Scribner Shaffer Shaffer Shepherd Slndy Slrbuugh Sutter Smlfh Smlfh Smlfh Snyder Stafford Stephens Shne Stouffer Sfrawser W Sulser Swelfzer Sweltzer Taylor Taylor Thompson Tlce Trosr Tucker Twlgg Twlgg Ullery Valenhne Vanefta VanMefer Vanafta Vxands Walker Wamsley Wanless . , 'I L' J A A ff. B. ' Y. 1 . . L. 'fl X -1 in K. ' s " ' 4 E. ' .6 . 3 . E.. . I ' . . w. ' G. ' I, N ,. k J. ' ' S. ' TLS! - P. x 5 - 2 ff 'A " 1 G. : - V . . R- , .. V - . . 1 . L 4 B' . L ,g y . y Q D' K . W f f V .s J. or ga wx f... e y , . V X Sr 5 V I ' P. . 71 WWW Y 5 V .. . 5 Q, S. ' YQ y if . B. Q ,J 5 ,. ' ., ' N' . 1' ' J, V f '-..:,f . J ' fz L F. ' . x x i J. . I 2 3 E J.. R y 'S , A- . IX X ' . ..,. .sly S . J R. ' wi X J E' f .ig . , ,f ' Q Q5 kin A. Q gif.. 22.912, A i , Q A A , ., L. ' QS' N v V N Q D. gg. A 1 2 'tk S u ve P- it N: 1 1 M -7 H' JUNIORS W Waugaman T Wegman J Wennch R Westerfeld D Wlletzel B White R Wlgger E Wllletts E Wlllloms S Wllson E Wilt Wulf J Wlnmger D Wlnter J Winters P Winters B Yoder D Young C Yutzy D Zals JUNIORS NOT PICTURED R Albright D Barncord B Bauer J Blake D Bohrer, W Bor der V Bridges J Brown M Carr K Cecll W Chase C Cos grove R Crowe, R Flesher J Hast A Helnrlch M Hoslcr D Humbertson, J Jones L Jones F Kehrer, J Kauffman M Keller, D Klnser R Knight D Knlppenberg F Kreger, J Laber R Lancaster, C Lease D Lease S Leasure J Lllya C Loe wendlck R Long S Long, G Loy C Love, C Mangus R Mar rlott, A Martz, W Mart: J Mauk, J May, G McKenzie, W Michael T Muller J Mrlls G Moore C Mullen L Narles, F Nickel C Narrls T OBaker J Richardson C Roblnette D Shepherd D Sheoherd J Smuth, D Van Meter J Wmters A 4' R G. ' J D l ' ,Z . A,4ZnY,Q'2 - , Y' ' W' f G . ' , . , . , . , . . - I ' ' I ' I ' I ' . I ' I ' ' , . . , . , . ' , . . I , . ' , . ' , . . . . , . , . , . ' , . - . . , . . . ' , . , . , . , . , . . . , . h , . . , . ' . 49 I V7 wr in s 71 5 YA I-' s SGPHOMCRES Daydreamung of plans for theur next bug project are sophomore class offlcers Robert Burton freas urer Ronald Wlndle secretary Davud Leasure presndent and Dowd Beard vucc presndenf WI'-1 'vu R- ax Ackerson Adams Baker Ballard Bantz Beachy Beard Be Bennett Black Blauch Blizzard Blose Bone Bone Brrnkman Brode Brown Brown Brown Bucklew Bucy Burton Butler Cage Campbell Carpenter Lecll Chabot Cummuno Clayton Coors Cclhns Collms Colhns Cooper SOPHOMORES G Cosner M Counehan Coumhan L Cover B Crofhers J Davls R Dean R Delllgafh J Dlggs D Dowcll P Dreyer B Duke S Durland N Eber? Edenharf Edmnston C Elchner L Evans G Farrell C Fearer S Feldsfeln M Ferguson W Flanagan R Fogel P ox J Fradaska N Frantz E Funk F Funk R Geiger B George Grllum Gllpm Gornall Gough Grapes N Greer M Griffith Gufhrldge Hager R Hager D Haines R Haines J Hanft D Harden D Hardman M Harper M Horns P Harfung T Haske W Heavner M Helmlck K Henscll M Hersch 7 ,ss on X 7 af'-if 'SW 4 ...N L. 'Y-, N.. Us du M5 We ix X' -1- WL 'L x Fava? -4 W"7 'H Y-9 Y?"7 SOPHOMORES Hlser Hoffman Holcomb Holler Holler Honeycutt Horchler Horton Hosack Hunter Hutton Imel Jefferys Jewell Johnson Johnson Kaplan Kasecamp Kelser Kelley Kennell Kerns Kesecker Ketterman Kldner Klenhofer Klllen Kung Knotfs Kroll Kruzewskl Laughom Lazarus Lease Leosure Leasure Lewis Llnaburg Llnthlcum Livengood Loar Logsdon Long Long Marks Morkwood Marhn Marvin Mayhew McCarty McCoy McCoy McCoy Mc Fa rland SOPHOMORES McGill E McKee M McKenxle M McNeill Meagher S Meagher J Means J Melvin S Merrull A Mllhurn B Muller R Mnl cr C Monfgomery M Moon M Moore K Moreland S Murphy G Myers S Myers L Nazelrod D Nncholas M Nlcklun H Nlner B Norns J Norris D 0 Baker R Oliver J 0 Neal P Osslp C Oster A Parsons C Patterson R Paye S Phllllps M Pollock R Pope J Powers L Ransom B Reed S Renz V Reuschleln J Reynolds E Rinehart W Rlnker T Ruzer Robertson S Robmeth: C Robinson R Rocdcr W Rolley M Rose S Rumon R Sanders J Ml cr oy ww- gg. E' nf L 'S x 1 ' x X K, X Ya E L 'Y fs. N.. 9 ans? on 5 Y 7 in f '57 W I ,ff f ,511 fn., ' ies. iii -'x Wt, vu S., 'Xi Q- x an-5.5, Y'-' J' fi gwf V 1 an , wi-ww Why' W-v 'Q xkfrflf I 1 V ,sew M -A A S Ee- I ,f W -5 Q 5 x nl Wg, l SOPHOMORES R. Scarlcft Schoenadel Shaffer Shaffer Shanholtz Shearer Sheet: Shlnnamon Shlrcllffe Shook Shook Shook Skrdmore Skndmore Spear Sples Sples Stem Stem Shver Stone Stotllemyer Stratton Swarner Swauger Taylor Tosh Trost Turley Twlgg Ullery Urey Custer Van Ormer Van Meter Vose Wagner Walkley Waller Wendt Welfzell Whetstone Whelzel Wlgger Wlgger Wlllloms Wllhamson Wilson Wnlson Wllson Wnndle Wmlers Wunfers Wolford SOPHOMORES F Wldrneyer Workmelster B Yalder J Yutzy D Barbe J Buckalew iw P Cassudy H DeVauIt D Imler M Perdew "c: T Miller R Hacker SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED F Beochy B Bennett J Brode C Capel L Cashman A Caylor G Cllse J Cross W Crowe D Davis R Eastman R Eversole J George J Hager J Hoyhurst F Jaco T Jaco B Jenkins H Lease S Mace P Martin G McCoy S McDonald F Milburn M Mllls J Peters P P Reynolds C Rlley R Robertson J See D Swauger D Taylor J Taylor S Thrasher X ,AN P I' S, J -?"" ZF 55 I . f' 4, I 'J X ' A ' L 31:3 ., V A I f , -, , F. Canfield , ' My R f , . ' T. gf' 7 " A, f A Q42 , S ,, 1 h 1 A yy f s, 1 X X I f 3 mf , ,y -L? 1'- Vw 'Q-1 13 su...- ZX Y- , . 1 , FRESHMEN Caught drscussxng plans for theur future years at Alco was this group of freshmen From left t rnght they are R Hershberger J Wharton R Wiseman E Kerr F Hartung D Stine E Nlch las G Fogle O 1:-v ,-X Wit sin, img Q-r not Abe Adams Aldridge Alllson A Amoss Armentrout Armenfroul Armstrong Aronholf Afhey Atkunson Baker Baker Bangerd Barham Bates Beal Beeman Bennett Bishop Bittinger Blackburn Blizzard Blough Bane Border Bosley Braner Brodc Brown Bruce Cain Cameron Cannon Carscaden PRES:-:MEN R. Cassody r G. Charuhas "Q C. Chorpenning W. Claus - ., 42 L f R. Cook X k 'J X T. Cope 4 L X .1 'J N. Corrigan R Cosner J Cranor .qu J Crlppen C Crowe T4 M Cuba D Davis L DeHart E Duer L Ellsworth Q, Fable T Feml V Flke P x J Fogle R ark ,M G Frlsby D George N rf 9 G George George -be 4 vs ss' 4 ,- .an Cv W, 01 - 6 4. si' r-' .gb .5 Qs W5 is N S Gepperf " L Gero S Gerson R Gulchrlst 5 Godwm C Gordon Gormer Green M Hadra C Hofer J Harden L Hare F Harfung P Head J Hoffman C Hook M Hummel S James S James L Jenkms R Johnson B Jones L Jones C oy Kammauf Kauffman Kauffman B Keech x fb Q S, v+ ,ff Y G is 1 1 Us tw 110' Q f V J- -' J - A ' or . 2' . , , N . l J L s X IS. ' , in I' 35' I Ou . I, C. u " 'S Q mfg - wr f rf , E' - ' J K QT-I -2 'f ' ' f - 'G V 'V Fi , ' - ' KV ,Vs . ' M ' -A - L J M -F M 4 ' , S 'L ' U. J. ' I X I ' sl. J , , K ' , 5 V V 5, J , " , ,V ' , 4 ' 4' . V . ,, A? QV A VV tyx e ' X' 1 '15e'i. 1 , J W B: ,V K ' ' mn ' S. ,I ' . -:A ,S , V 5 x ' .. l . VL ,,. ' ' ' 5 , of , l ' as ,' . ' J "J . vb fx . 2. 'S' ' We .'3 Y N " J ' . ik - V V V J J rrro , me ' . 4 J , A ' X YJ' SJ ' .. vp. . V ,Ex V '.f,' 0 V 5 I 'fl , u I .X J 4 V ' " J R J . J if l .. gg f f- f . - ' J. f . V - V V xxx V ' P V A A XV x X If X' 5, I lv in-Q. ou' 3 15" Y : I , QAM? Nb Q FFS me Ja 5517- 55N in if tv p v-. C Y qw-, L S. X '- i 'X 4 on X Q " xi." A ou lp.. X s .. If f PY X Q' ls MOA FRESHMEN Keel Kehrer Kendall Kenny Kughl Kurby Klrk Klovuhn Klovuhn Knlerlem Knight Kreger Lease Leosure Llewellyn Long Lowery Lucklewlcz Mollow Monk Morean Morlz Mouck McCreo McMillan Mecom Mecom Milburn Muller Muller Muller Miller Muller Montgomery Moreland Morton Muns Murphy Myers Nove Nnchols Norwood Ogllvne Ogleby 0Neol Owings M Poddleford D Porlser G Porsenols L Peoch R Powers E Rice M Rnehl FRESHMEN H. Riggleman B. Riley A. Roberts W. Robertson L. Robinette R. Robinette B. Roeder R Rosenmarkle J Royce Rutherford M Schell Schoenadel Schumakcr D Shaffer R Shaffer J Shanholtz W Shanholtx M Sheehe T Shelton F Shook M Sregel P Skelley K Smith N Smrth R Smith S Spencer K Spicer R Spurlmg K Starcher A Steele C Stemla D Stern r D Stme J Stoutemyer G Stuyvesant R Stuyvesant C 'Hx U M xwgwl " W WJ? iv L, Torkmgton J Trenton L Troutman Trumbull D Twngg K Tvugg J Valentme R Vandergrlft C Wagner M Welmer J Wharton W Whutacre 'La , L - S x T4 ' fr-1 'A , V.t. ,. 1 J X N I , . Nr. Q- W.. 4 if 1 , . " .nf ""-7 w-., 56135 M x. as y or TLV J Tepp ff 'N s M 1. . ' g,.fgvng51m- :ff ,,.f, 'Q W.:-vt lf' 't FRESHMEN Il? "NxXlI f'l ' " 'N 'SG' ev White Wh le h tesldes W II ams W Il cms W lson Wmebrenner lseman Yankelevlfz Y tes Yut y Yutxy Harr S Hnsc Shaffer 5 B 5 df! 60 I Q M W W 5' 5 " .HQW X G :LQE 5 I W S- f -1 QW ,fr X Q- 'll . ,, WW.. Y' W PO? Qrvfwn shrlor-vw - D 5 . -. -. -. 5 k . J Adams Alexander S Altrzer C Ashby B ult L Ayers S Babst Baker A Baker P Bane B Barb Barncord Barnes T Barnes Beachly F Beachy Beemon L elt Bennett Bennett H Bishop J Brshop S Br er B Brttner J B ess T Bolmger L Bowne Brannon J Brant R Brinkman Broadbeck Brown Brown Brown R Bruce A Brunner M Butler F Buzzard l Cameron J Carden D Carl P Carpenter J Carroll J Carter Cessna Chapman J Clayton J Cole P Coleman C Comer P Cornelrus L Cattrrll M Cozad Crabtree C Crabtree S Crabtree R Crosten J Crowe R Crowe D Dawson R Dayton B Devault S Duck EIGHTH GRADE Q Wm E"""' 'L W vp. If F2 YT iv, 1 'gb 'rv V5- ivy 4-,T YNv"' ff in Tv "' Qs XSJ' 4: 52 x 1' 5 K' fsvn IW?" WJ ky' 'N f' as T7 X r V' N- Q5- fe s.. X- ef? Tiff ig .V 4 f m x., Qs av 'RJ' ' ' A., Q. Q' 4- Qvr ,, , EPB' ' fr." 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J! , J r' as .N I S - 1 W W ggi 1 xxx ug: 2 gg Sl B l l L Q 9 .10 f, ' . - gf 4 vff , f giggrf 3 aa5'ngE3 ---.-.-.g:f?i Q 112353 '322?-.,,-' iii' 33 0'.222"'E.T Z 2 'R m'22'? 2f'sEE0 ' 22 -. 0 v- -fb P U l'l'l GDP LD m 4 rn Z -1 I QSQ44-4-1 .4-1-1-I sff Id lk h 70 ACTIVITIES EDITORS AND ADVISOR Bottom to top: C. Isiminger, P. Smith, Co-Editors, Miss Rankin, Ad- visor. K STAFF EJ? STAFF Front row L Mlrkln D Vase, A Decker Second row E Murray, W. Ullery, S. Reighard Third row F Hirsch T. Matlick J. Workmeister A Emerlck i V Front row: K. Ort, L. Lee, B. Taylor. Second A L L E Q E W I row' S Fram G S eis D D':k T ird r w . . . , . p , . I . h o :R Vincent, B. Millenson, R. Bruce, G. Caswell. -ilmkxx TYPISTS Seated: D. Merrbaugh, L. Broadwater, S. McGee. Standing: B Abbott, D. Helmstettor. 5 -f if l Ka 'gf CU! llluln n Lvl fl Q' x..,nf' f. ' ' III' " --"- l f l.,. ,T 5 I LCIIIII Miss Rankin, Advisor MIBRUB 'Cf abr' fs' T- B. Mann F. Hirsch S. Hatfield D. Vase M. Miller D. Dick K. Ort C. Isirninger "Pi, I fix of 6- ur -Q3 Seated: D. Merrbaugh, B. Abbott, L. Broadwater, S. Mc- Seated: S. McCartney, B. Taylor, S. Reighard, S. Dye Gee, A. Decker. Standing: E. Murray, J. Kauffman, M. Finan, Speis, J. Scribner. Standing: L. Mirkin, B. Yankelevitx, D G. Caswell, D. Helmstetler. Koemef, HI-Y HI-Y PRESIDENT AND ADVISOR P. Shelton, Mr. Foherfy HI-Y OFFICERS P. Shelton, D. Paye, J. Workmeister, R. Hodges, M. Shaf fer, H. Yost. '-ll Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 3-W 4-N. 5-. Haines, L. Lee, K. Sindy. Z-S. Fram, G. Speis, S. Reighard, E Murray Ullery, J. Breedlove, P. Smith C lsimunger Taylor, R. Eichner, L. Pelenbrink Marlin, N. Walkley, B. -Yoider L Schwalm Lcber, M. Brings, S. Dye, E Tuc Lease, B. Duke, J. Powers, B George TRI HI Y OFFICERS Arnold, B. Taylor, B. Cover .tl I . H. Wanless, A. Emerick, S. Bell, M. Pariser Seated: M. Brings, R. Femi. Standing: J. MacDonald, M. 0'Hara. AI' -v-5 M .D. K. OFFICERS 1' Xl Front row: D. Vase, L. Lee, S. Reighard, S. Hatfield, B. Yankelevitz, S. Dye, B. Taylor, B. Arnold, B. Cover, S. Carolan. Second row: D. Harden, N. Reed, D. Rutherford, D. Leibrant, J. Reuse, H. Wanless, M. Coulehan, S. Murphy, S. Phillips, S. Mulligan. Third row: K. Sindy, B. Holcomb, D. Haines, J. Laber, B. Duke, J. Stein, M. Hoelzer, J. Scribner, M. Smith, G. Caswell. A.D.K. First row: L. Cooper, S. Bell, C. Yutzy, M. Hevel, L. Mcnnett, E. Tucker, C. Ransom, C. Sanders, D. Payne. Second row: M. Pariser, S. Runion, C. Kennell, K. Shaffer, N. Ebert, A. Emerick, M. Shaffer, R. Vincent, E. Wendt, B. DeHaven. Third row: M. Nicklin, L. Loar, K, Taylor, R. Spear, D. Kasecomp, P. Robertson, B. Yaider, S. Myers, J. Markwood, S. Renx, B. Hosack A Q " . I. D. OFFICERS Z? Seated: Mrs. Blough, B. Armstrong, S. Gerson. 'T Standing: D. George, T. Shelton, Miss Jenkins, R. Wiseman. QI X-1 '12 v 1' X xi, f Q N y . I If N J on A Rehearsal for an assembly find this group ready for action. Bonnie Armstrong, Glen Kight, Donna George,,Toni Harshberger, Michael Stone, Eric Fable. Row l: K. Dowell, E. Solomon, L. Gibbs, C. Pence, B. Armstrong, E. J. Kauffman, C. Long, S. Abramson, S. Kroll, L. Kisamore, B. Nelson. Row 2: M. A. Dean, G. Parsenius, L. Morey, J. Luckiewicz, D. George, P. Dryer, L. Wolfe, V. Eackles, T. Sensobough, D. Price, A. Allison. Row 3: M. Rudolph, P. Phillips, S. Cunningham, G. George, C. Aronholt, E. Fable, C. Hafer, J. Kauffman, T. Femi, C. Ridgeway, A. Kendall. First row: J. Carscaden, K. Eisentrout, S. Muns, D. Boyd, K. Lucas, J. Hamner, J. Harden, A. Roberts, J. Shanhaltz, C. Chorpenning S. George. Second row: N. Smith, S. Gerson, C. Steinla, D. Stine, T. Shelton, P. Linaburg, J. Bishop, H. Lauer, G. Layton, B. Monk, F. Shober Third row: T. Harshberger, J. Green, P. Paddleford, J. Kirk, B. Weisman, J. Spoerl, G. Kight, R. Hurnbertson, C. Warnick, D Beynon. 1 I I Row 'l-R. Meagher, B. Holcomb, D. Young, A. Mooney, J. Cain, B. Reed, C. Patterson, B. Wagoner, M. Mauk, M. Winer, L. Whitesides, D. Amoss. Row 2-D. Stewart, V. Killen, S. Spencer, J. Stoutemyer, E. Rice, L. Cover, M. Athey, N. Ebert, M. Cuba, J. Kenny, J. Hartung, S. Sanders, C. Yutzy, E. Atkinson, S. Muns. Row 3-S. Ogilvie, S. Godwin, M. Hummel, J. Kirk, M. Coulehan, P. Paddleford, B. Norwood, R. Kesecker, J. Hoffman, B. Keech, C. Wagoner, D. Boyd, J. Murphy, B. Miller, G. Parsenios. GIR G.A.A. ADVISORS Donna Haines, dressed for Miss Rizer and Mrs. Eckard talk Hon' is the president' over the girls' sports club plans for the year. LS' ATHLETIC qc- Bev W a r n i c k, vice-president, poses for a basketball game. Row 'I-B. Bauer, N. Taylor, L. Meconi, J. Host, 5. Long, G. Michael, S. Martin, J. Smith, G. Speis, L. Lee, J. Klavuhn, C. Lowery L. Sweitzer. Row 2-M. Aldridge, W. Folk, G. Smith, D. Haines, S. Beckwith, S. George, C. Chorpenning, I. Brown, D. George, B. Armstrong, L Peach, S. Gc-ppert, J. Montgomery, J. Madera, B. Hollis. Row 3-A. Heinrizh, A. Beal, B. Warnick, J. Harman, D. Kosecamp, J. Powers, R. Spear, L. Loar, L. Hare, P. Head, A. Yutzy, M. Sheehe, A. Twigg, M. Beal. Row l-B. Gormer, D. Barham, L. Gero, C. Knight, B. Jones, C. Hook, L. Glessner, B. Taylor, H. Wonless, C. Long, B. Bittinger, W. Monk, J. Harden. Row 2-R. Crabtree, B. White, B. Roeder, C. Hardman, l. Cameron, J. Luckcwicz, E. Kauffman, E. Kerr, S. Gerson, E. Marean, P. Riehl, R. Miller, J. Hamner, H. Milburn. Row 3-S. Jomes, D. Moy, S. Burnett, M. Fisher, P. Nichols, J. Bosley, C. Maxey, S. Robinette, J. Carscoden, K. Oglebay, B. Miller, V. Fike, B. Bittner. ASSOCIATIGN Bafbofll 5hUff9f, SGCYBPUYY G. Speis, Treasurer D. McCarty, Sergeant-at-Arms Row l--E. Mitchell, M. Hosier, L. Monnett, S. Mulligan, J. McDonald, B. Shaffer, D. McCarty, D. Crabtree, D. Valentine, G. Reed, D. Rutherford, M. Rosenmorkle. Row 2-A. Vonetta, S. Smith, L. Schwolm, D. Twigg, L. Robinette, J. Smith, M. Stewart, S. Murphy, C. Shaffer, S. Phillips, D. McKenzie, P. Bollord, L. Kruczewski, V. Ort. Row 3-M. Murphy, C. Kennell, J. Markwood, B. Haines, S. Renz, E. Guthridge, S. Runion, M. Nicklin, B. Yonkelevitz, J. Stein, S. Reighord, M. Pollock, M. Pariser, R. Femi. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS AND ADVISOR A. lips, L. Lee. Row Shearer. Row Row wi' ef Emerick, Sra Rogers, P. Smith, J. Phil- FRENCH CLUB FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS 'I-D. Lease, L. Schwalm, B. Bauer, B. Taylor, R. Spear, SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS Row I-B. Mann, F. Harvey, D. Haines, J. Breedlove, D. Dick, S. McCartney, S. Hatfield, S. Reighard. Row 2--S. Fram, L. Monnett, M. Hevel, M. Burger, M. Pariser, R. Eichner, M. Hoelzer, L. Mirkin, C. lsiminger. Row 3-R. Vincent, W. Milholland, F. Williams, P. Shelton, F. Hirsch, R. Millenson, M. Shaffer. SPANISH CLUB F. 2-J. Kaplan, D. Beard, G. Davis, J. Chenowith, M. Goodfellaw. 3-C. Dyche, C. Bantx, F. Haske, W. Waugaman, F. Huret. . ,I T ff' VI7 . 1 1 I 1 F1 ll J A A AIQ' FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS AND ADVISOR J. Ritchey, D. Price, J. Scribner, Mr. Baldwin, R. Hodges, N. Phillips, D. Knip- enberg, F. Huret. JHLIV 01 9' " -77" LV AVN' . L I .,,: P iff! win -4:1 I'1.7lI. L7jrlf7Q IVIW'-' vTA'.'i1Q!Lx g7F:i1QlfQA A'A'1a3'.qfQ1X ' kb .N .7 ,-,f --SQ "L if-'-s. 4 He' ' LATIN CLUB OFFICERS AND ADVISOR son, R. Burton. 57 PFA f MEWQ LATIN CLUB D. Lease, C. Oster, M. Nicklin, D. Leasure, Mr. Ma- rlyvi ' ' . F X? ix fxwvklxil, I First Row: B. George, L. Cooper, S. Renz, R. Haines, N. Walker, S. Phillips, S. Murphy, N. Ebert, H. Van Ormer, A. Williams. Second Row: K. Sindy, K. Edenhort, D. Kasecamp, S. Runion, B. Blose, J. Powers, L. Cover, P. Ballard, R. Crowe, V. Killen, A. Hunter, K. Shatter. Third Row: R. Oliver, L. Ransom, D. Kerns, J. Hager, R. Roeder, C. Fearer, S. Feldstein, M. Kroll, P. Ossip. Row I-J. MacDonald, S. McCartney, B. George, B. Duke, D. Dick, K. Ort, M. O'Hara, B. Cover. Row 2-J. Laber, R. Haines, C. Kennell, S. Renx, L. Loor, P. Ballard, S. Murphy, K. Shat- ter, S. Phillips, N. Wolkley. Row 3-M. Coulehon, H. Wanless, N, Ebert, S. Feldstein, D. Dowell, R. Starcher, D. Beard, A. Emerick, 0. Johnson, R. Ogden. . N. CLUB U.N. CLUB OFFICERS AND ADVISOR Seated: B. Taylor, A. Decker, H. Von Ormer, E. Tucker. Standing: J. Laber,.Miss Baker, M. Brings. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First row: L. Lee, J. Phillips. Second row: R. Eichner, C. Isiminger, M. Hoelzer. Third row: B. Mann, L. Mirkin, S. Fram. Fourth row: B. Poye, P. Shelton. N. H. S. N.H.S. OFFICERS N.H.S. ADVISORY BOARD P. Smith, T. Ward, R. Bromery, W. Mr. Curry, Miss Simpson, Mrs. Hinxe Ullery, M. Miller Iabsentl. Miss Baker, Miss Rankin. , NATIONAL W F. T. A. OFFICERS Seated: L. Lee. Standing: J. Jones, Miss YJ Nicht, H. Wanless, B. Tay- lor, D. Koerner. 1 t. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Q F. T. A. MEMBERS 'CII Row 1-P. Sheets, M. Hevel, D. Lease, B. Cover, E. Tucker, J. Laber, B. Arnold. Row 2-M. E. Helmick, M. O'Hara, J. Lilya, P. Fox, K. Shaffer, 5. Fields. Row 3-B. Holcomb, F. Shearer, N. Edmiston, C. Myers, M. Brings, K. Sindy. ART AND POSTER CLUB MEMBERS Row 1-J. Earsom, A. Boor, S. McGee, B. Kehrer, H. Harmon, N. Crippen, L. Evans. Row 2-B. Parsons, S. Beckwith, S. Hatfield, J. Stein, B. Yank- elevitx, M. Pariser, F. Harvey, S. Reighord, S. Habersack, R. Darr, W. Walbert. POSTER CLUB Row l-B. Holcomb, D. Rutherford, N. Walkley, M. Rosenmarkle, D. Payne, S. Phillips, N. Edmiston. Row 2-S. Dietz, E. MacDonald, E. Mitchell, S. Murphy, N. Ebert, K. Shaffer, N. Frantz, J. Reuse, S. Carolon, M. Rose, B. Long, R. Crowe, M. Coulehon. POSTER CLUB MEMBERS S. Reighard, D. Dahl M. Pariser, Mrs. Bruce, D Koerner, L. Monnett, A Atkinson. 1 I Row I: K. Kreger, A. Yuizy, J. Green, B. Bauer, Row 1: D. Fuller, T. 0'Brien, C. Durreffe, D. B, Taylor, Wendi, S. Abramson. Row 2: J. Harden, S. Gerson, P. Riehl, J. Miller, Row 22 D- LOUYGHT, L- C0'1'0d, R- Bliilafdf C- B, Miller, Baker, 0. Shook. Row 3: J. Corder, P. Paddleford, J. Kirk, W. Monk, E. Morean, R. Femi. Row 4: C. Wagner, E. Atkinson, L. Meconi, M. Row 3: J. Laber, S. Whitworth, C. Hiser, C. Pence, S. Kroll. Row 4: S. Nesbit, D. Tasker, K. Riichie, P. Troxzo, Cuba, D. Twigg, D. Liebrant. J. Horchler- Row 5: K. Eisenfroul, F. Kenney, M. Sheehe, B. Keech, J. Hoffman. Row 5:'J. Freedman, H. Lauer, D. Smith, J. Tuck- er, S. Roeder, T. Buzzard. CHEERLEADING csrm MAJORETTES ALCOFTTES 5. Long G. Sfllfford L. Lee C L U B P. Roberson D. Kasecomp 'seaghes B. Miller ' anger B. Cover F' Kmge' H. Wanless 5' Haan C. Long G. Michael J. Lauer B- BOW' S. From .xx SR MAJORETTES AND ALCOETTES LIBRARY AIDES R. Shanholtz, M. Whetzel, J. Devine, D. Koerner, D. Livengood, R. Merrill, B. Butts, B. Kehrer, Miss Bright, R. Stein. HOSPITAL AIDES Seated: S. Mulligan, F. Harvey, Hall, S. Krause, W. Cameron, M. Eaton. Standing: A. McKenzie, M. Smith, A. Perdew. TEACHERS' SECRETARIES First row: J. Breedlove, E. Weber, Bangerd, S. Krause, G. Robertson, Haines. Second row: R. Ogden, J. Phillips, Beckwith, C. Sweitzer, C. Meagher, Martin. N. E. S F. CAFETERIA CASHIERS B. Bauer, J. Lilya, E. McDonald, M. Bur- ger, M. Robertson, N. Pennington, W. Ullery, N. Taylor. CAFETERIA WORKERS Mrs. C. King, Mrs. A. Morton, Mrs W. lames, Mrs. A. Alsip, Mrs. B. Bow- man, Mrs. O. Kennel, Mrs. J. Johnson Mrs. L. Lillard, Mrs. M. Clark. PROJECTIONISTS First row: W. Dehn, G. Mace, R. Brom- ery, R. McCoy, B. Mace, G. Bucy. Second row: B. Smith, G. Mongus, R. Adams, E. Wendt, F. Krucxewski, B. Beck. SAFETYMEN Seated: Mr. D. Jenkins, F. Butler. Standing: G. Boker, L. Fike. 313. "T 1 a ALCO'S FOUNDATION STAGE CREW First row: C. Knotts, A. Shircliff. Second row: H. Grimes, J. McCartney, C. Dyche,-W. Sitter. CUSTODIANS Mrs. S. Easton, Mr. K. Roby, Mrs. L. Turner, Mr. G. Kropf, Mr. E. Moran, Mr. J. Bishop. OFFICE AIDES Seated: B. Hollis, D. Leibrcnt, B. Yonk- elevitz, F. Shcmholtz, P. Bodkin. Standing: N. Luxier, D. Turley, J. Workmeister, M. Gingerich. MISS WILLISON Senior Choir Senior Boys' Glee Club Mixed Octet Junior Boys' Glee Club Treble Clet Club Boys' Sextet MUSIC INSTRUCTORS AT THE TAPE RECORDER Miss Dorothy Willison, Mr. Brantley Greeson, Mr. S. Lua Syckes. MUSIC IN ALLEGANY HIGH SCHOOL Playing an important part in the extracurricular activities is the music department here in Allegany. Under the direction of Miss Dorothy Willison, the department consists of three teach- ers: Mr. S. Lua Syckes, instrumental instructor, Mr. Brantley Greeson, vocal instructor, and Miss Willison, vocal instructor. MR. SYCKES MR. GREESON Senior Band Senior Girls' Choral Club Senior Concert Orchestra Junior Girls' Choral Club Senior Dance Orchestra Junior Choir Junior Band Girls' Octet Junior Orchestra SENIOR DANCE ORCHESTRA Row I: L. Norris, A. Emerick, S. Holler, R. Judy, P. Hasenbuhler, B. Richardson. Row 2: R. Eichner, P. Smith, F. Kreger, J. Blake, D. Knippenberg, T. Ward, C. Diehl, L. Shatferman. 1 if 0524 fig Slam! 4 'fiii-i'3izl,'3-f . , -an , , Qai.a,ame'ihei4 ffwi.-P54241 Q .ig aff una am mx 4-1 fy, .. my -we 'Q 41 A 1 . Q ,P 1 :rig ' 1 ,' 1 Q ' ' if ing. W 5 I 'Q gf' nl V ,A zz' if A Us M r ,Q . w.I "mix ,Q - 2 ll ,H XQ- SENIOR BAND Row l: E. Kerns, J. Wharton, B. Ellsworth, I. Brown, Taylor B. George D Stein C Sanders T Shelton K Ta lor 1 1- 1- 1- 1- Y1 Davis. Row 2: P. Hasenbuhler, C. Oster, D. Davis, M. Brings, Tucker, V. Reuschlein, D. Torkington, A. Emerick, G. Gillum, Shinnamon. Row 'l: R. Ogden, G. George, C. Berndt, H Mcrtz, B. Miller, T. Rizer, R. Cook, R. Gilchrist. Row 2: T. Ward, G. Loy, G. Yutzy, G. Kight, R. Westertield, E. Fable. Row 1: G. Reed, 0. Johnson, D. Dowell, Claus, S. Wilson. Row 2: K. Starcher, A. Roberts, S. Myers, N. Smith, L. Kruczewski. COLOR GUARD J Shanholtz L B. Duke, K. Sindy. Row I: L. Shatferman, D. Moreland, C. Aron- holt, J. White, K. Blaugh, N. Corrigan, J. Blake Row 2: K. Moreland, B. Whittaker, D. Kerns A. Fisher, D. Stone. Row 3: M. Shutter, C. Knotts, R. Starcher D. Shires, L. Petty. Loar R Eichner 1 Sandy Long . .LN X4 , A Sheila Fram Lois Lee ? Carol Long ...ally , fum Brenda Miller Frances Harvey QW , . ,..1 Joy Laber Bev Cover Helen Wanless Doris Kasccamp ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS Row 2: M. Shaffer, B. Millhalland, R. Hodges, L. Shafferrnan, T. Ward, A. Emerick, M. Kroll, B. Lazarus, L. Ransom. 'K , ,Sl R, L. g .W, ff . I S 1 , 1 an Y 4 , 1' lf Q 3 of K2 9- 'Q x xr if ? V sri , aw v , "MJ, I V , , z?'J?',"2?? 1' A 5 3' ,A I I ,1, ,. ' 1 . - ' 'lift' "fo Q Q. 5 A f i . x QYM W ff T ' Q " wi . , ' , K. , f,fWv 3 W 5 X P K- Q5 Y of 2 g . 3. 31 'Q m , , Mzazsszf SENIOR CCHQCERT ORCHESTRA Row l: L. Ransom, J, Jones, B. Lazarus, J. Bongerd, M. Kroll, J. Kauffman, J. Twugg, L. Viands, R. Eichner. Row 2: F. Kreger, B. White, P. Smith, S. Holler, A. Emerick, S. Fram, R. Judy, L. Norris. Row 3: L Shafferman, C. Diehl, T. Ward, D. Knippenberg, J. Blake, R. Richardson, P. Hasenbuhler, Mr. Syckes. TREBLE CLEF CLUB ,ne 2 A mi mail S - y ,, Row l: J. Hirsch, N. Hendrickson, K. Ritchey, P. Trazzo, B. Schultz, M. Claus, A. Yaider, N. Kennedy, G. Bridges. Row 2: C. Nave, L. Lynch, D. Long, D. Twigg, 0. Shook, P. Angle, K. Johnson, S. Weatherholt, M. Murrell, S. Cosner. Row 3: L. Pariser, M. Sinds, J. Horner, B. Craze, S. Kasecamp, B. Viands, M. Nesbitt, P. Kight, B. Mayer, K. Powell. Row l: M. Dean, T. Harshberger, J. Freidman, C. Folk, W. Nunamaker, S, Kroll, S. Abramson, V. Eckells, C. Hamner. Row 2: C. Pence, P. Schadidt, M. Fridinger, E. Koontz, N. Horner, E. Blair, D. Rice, T. Sensabaugh, S. Johnson, S. Cunningham Row 3: N. Fitzwatel, E. Salomon, K. Powell, T. Gibbs, Sally Aviratt, K. Eisentraut, A. Alt, J. Klavuhn, B. Nesbitt. rl as 1.1 as ,- yr Row 1: J. Yulzy, S. Renz, R. Haines, L. Cooper, B. Hosack, J. Phillips, N. Luxier. Row 2: N. Ebert, P. Bodkin, A. Slrosnider, K. Ort, C. Ransom, L. Pelcrnbrink, J. Markwood. Row 3: J. Scribner, S. Runion, B. Miller, M. E. Helmick, W. Cameron, M. Hoelzer, J. Breedlove. Row 1 G Wulf M Brrngs J Laber P Sheets J MacDonoId A Hunter Row 2 S Myers M Furgerson B Arnold R Darr C Sweltzer A Parsons B George E Mur ra Row 3 K Taylor G Davls D Kasecamp L SENIOR CHORAL CLUB Row 'I K Slndy E Tucker D Haines Holcomb B Mann G Reed F Belf Row 2 C Yulzy N Taylor J Rnfchey Murphy C Shaffer G Smlfh A Decker Row3 C Sanders D Hardman R Elc ner P Smllh M Nlcklln 8 Holl B Del-loven M Smith 96 Ax I, : . ' , . ' , . , . , Q ' . , . . - " A : . , . , . , . I ' I I ' I ' I ' - y. : . , . ', . I - , . , . . , A V , : . ' , . , . ' , B. , . , . , . . ' : . , . , . ' , ' : . , . , ' h , . ' , . ' ' , . is . , . ' . W1 E Nix B Muller, D Muller, J Ml er J Adams V McCreo, S Love Row2 P Pollock R Maphls C Hook J rowe B Alt C Stewart, D Smlth, B Roeder Row 3 C Wagner M Welmer B Whute, B Funk R Crowe, L Hare B Jones, J Purucker JUNIOR CHORAL CLUB Rowl K Kreger S Sampson G Holz shu, J. Kirk, L. Gero, G. Layton, L. , R. Miller. Row 2: B. Monk, R. Alexander, S. Roe- der, S. Umburger, J. Tucker, S. Geppert, L. Peach, M. Cioni. Row 3: 5. Oglebcy, J. Murphy, J. Mil Ier, H. Smith, B. Norwood, J. Stoutamyer D. Lewellyn, B. Keech, K. Ogleboy. THE MADRIGALS Row I E Murray C Ransom Row 2 P Smlfh Accompanlsf K Ort B Arnold Row 3 A Decker G Reed F Belt Row 4 J Rntchey J Scnbner B Munn SENIOR BOYS QUARTET Row 1 B Mlllhollond Row 2 F Elchner D Turley Row 3 B Godwm MIXED OCTET A E k, T. Word, R Hodges, D. Price, E. Murray, K. Orr, A. D k F B If P S Oh 'Gm Allen Emerick Eli! beth Anne Murray ALL-EASTERN CHORUS MEMBERS Not pictured: Nancy Gayle Reed 99 i FEATURES 'Sh K c... 'X Extra' Extra' R catches spectators unaware and washes out Alcos turst football game of the 56 season A note to the fashnon wlse attlre for remalnder of season ber muda shorts car coats and umbrellas to match A note to the sports fans we but for complete covera ead all about nt' Ram won that first one ge see the sports section Frrst day of school confu sung to seventh graders lor senlors9l Now everyone IS reading lt What? The fnrst edntnon of the Alcohl Murror, of course SEPTE MBER Woo! Woof Is this Hawaii? Na, it's just the Hi-Y initiation with a South Pacific flavor. Quite op- posite from that cool attire Miss Murray'S Citizen- ship class has the annual clothing drive underway. Another extra-curricular activity this month is one of the many GAA Co-ed Sports Nights. Aside from all extra fun !et's take a look on the serious side of school and meet Dorothy Vose, this year'5 I Speck for Democracy winner. 0 C1052 R 'Q7 Allegany High School! Rah! Rah! Rah! The biggest game of the season is coming. To start off the pre-game cere- monies, our annual pep rally is held where Sandro Hatfield is crowned by Coach Payne as Miss Camper Queen. Adding to the color of the holiday spectacle were all the things sold which, as you can see, included mums, shakers, programs, and Allegany Camper pennants along with a special edition of the Alcohi Mirror. The big day arrives and the queen and her court are driven proudly around the stadium. At half time Alco's own senior band performs and an added attraction to the Cheerleaders this year is Sissie Schoenadel, the mascot. lNovEMBER lO4 'W ..""'-4 - 4... T?" Fm- lknnpw- Nvlnml Kirin:-s um nw- V..,m,,..u. I lu..,m1l-...,,,...., 3" iff I f ff' 'Z' i:1.n O come, all ye faithful! The yuletide season has come and depicting to us the real significance of Christmas is the Allegany Senior Choir as they sing for us their praises to God. Also showing the true mean- ing is the Hi-Y as they collect food for the White Christmas. Turning to the gaiety of the season the choir displays a scene of a home where singing and dancing are taking place. Speaking of dancing. Did you know that we have a dance team right here in our senior class? Ann Decker and Rick Love made their debut at the Senior Mix as the jitterbugs of the evening. DEC EMBER L l i ,p fr Ili Eff 4s HK NU AW N i Dimesl Dimesl Dimes! Starting off the March of Dimes Drive we have the after school dance with music furnished by Alco's Dance Band, At the assembly scenes for each month of the year were depicted. Fine clothes and teddy bears and the boys and girls seem to be all ready for the Easter parade. Basketball game? With the Hi-Y cheer- leaders and all those basketballs on the floor we don't know who was more confused, the Hi-Y or the men's faculty. 'Q Wap R rEl'fRU"A Ole' Ole' Congratulations Janice Phillips for being chosen to reign over this years Spanish Fiesta Among other activities at the Fiesta we caught Jeanne Eichner and Mike Shatter rehearsing the cha-cha while other members of the Spanish Club look on. An event which happened in March was the annual Maiorette assembly. As you can see we caught them at rehearsal also. April always brings the Senior Bond Concert, here we have the officers of the band discussing the coming event. Ray Ogden, captain of the band, is seen telling the others about a novelty number. Fads N Fashions 5 Styles have changed' No halr9 Thats what you thunk' First nmpres sions may be lasting ones but you should take a second look lt seems that the Ivy Leaguers have taken over thus year Here we see outflts for boy and gurls As you have notlced our cheerleaders have changed thenr un: forms a lnttle Here Rosalie and Dot model thelr basketball outfits It seems that the majorettes have three dlf ferent unlforms Fran Shella and Lols model their respectlve ones uv'- Q 5 rf v' "-time PTH S Scenes Around School 1 h 'L J 5 .. ' 4 X -a MA Suspucnons confnrmed' B e I1 1 n d the scenes of the senior superlo tives tu! 5259 BEST SPORTS Donno Homes Rick Love SENICDR SUPERLATIVES WITTIEST Ronnie Diehl Donno Duck B EST ATH LETES Ye we Corl Brown Peach Spens I' x gyqgffrl, 'Z A -9- " ff- -"' Qifuie' T' 'T' ii,g:i."- 1 ix '-"' l mi ill fu' 'FFQX Q 2-3 M- ww ,F '55 M BEST LOOKING Ronnie Elsentrout Sondy Hotfleld MOST POPULAR Ken Johnson Borboro Monn ,,i?1......,fl- -,l-,,?li-- BEST STUDENTS Tom Word Lois Lee 'W -A 'W NL BEST DANCERS Rosalie Femu Fred Hlrsch BEST MUSICIANS Ray Ogden Patty Smith MOST TALENTED Liz Murray Allen Emerlck BEST PERSONALITY lm Deremer Darla Koerrmer 21 D la CUTEST COUPLE Mlke Leose Fron e t 'aj ,anis P-7' BEST DRESSED Les Knght Judy Stem MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Perry Shelton Lourse Mnrknn BIGGEST FLIRTS Joe Mortun Sandy McGee --L 116 ATHLETICS 1 Q. 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'W N FOOTBALL wk COACHES kv PAUL CUBA Paul J Cuba started hrs coaching career at New Castle Hugh School and College for a perlod of three years before startrng to work Mr Cuba graduated from the Unnverslty of Pittsburgh ln l933 He went to the Rose Bowl wlth the team ID l932 He played professional football with the Philadelphia Eagles for a peruod of three years CH ESTER PAYN E He recelved hrs Bachelor of Arts degree nn l946 and us working on hrs Master of Sclence degree at West Vlrglnla University He at Mr Payne started has coaching at Rlchwood Hugh School un West Vnrglnla then to Rndgeley Hngh School where he coached for four years FOOTBALL 1956 Allegany Allegany Allegany Allegany Allegany Beall Handley Hagerstown Keyser Martinsburg Allegany Allegany Allegany Allegany Record LaSalle Fredernck Westminster Fort H ll 2 c , A lx if I for an industrial firm. tended Potomac State College for two years. O ' O 1 3 - 5 - l '21 VARSITY FGOTBALL SQUAD Row I Coach Cuba, H Yost, B Dyche, K Johnson, R Paye, J Ketterman, L Rlce, C Brown, E Robinson, A Knlppenberg, D Conley, M Lease L Jackson, Coach Payne Row 2 E Lramer, G Shook, F Tlce, G Rexroad, D Stouffer, W Slifer, H Gnmes, C Loewendlck, R Bruce, D Walker, S Brown, W Martz, E Schramm Row 3 D Beard, L Ransom, G Horton J Cranor, J Chenowlth, C Norris D Leasure R Hargreaves, C Fearer, G Davls, W Dehn, J Cook, D Parlser ,lp -2- . Q 01511, 'nfglig IQI4 my Ki MANAGERS Dr Malm before the Keyser football game with Davud Leosure Fnrst row D Parlser, L Ransom Second row D Beard J Cook W Dehn T22 . , . . I . . . , . . . , . , . . . of ",, 3--' x- " ' or-.. 1 .. . J '1 ' 1 if 5, psf, ' q . " K J fm',"'k X , . 1 . , . , . . 'ff' -W' ' QC uw' W gmf 'iw 'iii' , - M , ,Masai N u Q , ' Q Q I , , - 1 9' 5--", "'f5x,g.:"r"g," 'fi' " Q W6 6 x cl S-" " 'fb ' YL xg' J 23' 581 ii: 61: :58'1S'3:H36fS 8 72 MAH A W' B 1 5 , . A ' 'M' E ' Q ev ' 'A L 'wwfmf ',f 0 A .Q H H M 4' ' .- 1 1 ,V 'MQW Q M f . -ggi A. w ' ,Q .. Q? S 5 fini Q V ' I Ya!! s I f ' ' i PJ? g YQ? , f - v A NU? -5? 'X A4 ff Q! dl if NV Af , E fy, fi gt I ffh ' X,xk , 1.fL X' 5 if at , R S -,, rex , . , Q N V ':'x 'V' - f' Q s ! I ix Y! K X 6, ' F, -M K ' fa L' . . A :.' Qi 5' I sg , A , V , XA I, ,ff I, f ,F - , M , ' N I X 1: A I, 1 Qf Q Q: M, N-...MQW if N. 1 Paynemen Win Opener ALLEGANY 20 - BEALL 6 "Fumble" seemed to be the key word in the Campers' opening game against the Beall Mountaineers as both teams did their share of it. Allegany fumbled seven times and recovered four. Beall miscued six times but was able to recover only one. Fabri's drop in the first quarter, pounced upon by Grimes, resulted in Walker barreling his way over for the first TD. Conley's kick was good. After Ketterman's recovery of a Fabri fumble on the first play after kickoff, Conley sprinted nineteen yards to cross over without being touched. His kick was off to the right. BealI's hopes raised in the third quarter when Waites marched 52 yards for a six-pointer. The Campers blocked the kick. ln the fourth quarter Johnson recovered a drop by Groves. Thirteen plays later Lease slipped through Beall's line to go over standing up, Conley's kick was good. Allegany chalked up the first win of the season. Campers Win Second Game ALLEGANY 14 1 HAGERSTOWN 7 Allegany got back on the winning trail by knocking off a determined Hagerstown team, l4-7. The Campers went some 60 yards the first time they gat the ball, with Doug Walker going over for the TD. Hagerstown scored in the second quarter. The score was knotted until the last quarter. Then the Camper big gun, Buck Conley, went 46 yards in the final minutes to the l-yard line and quarterback Lease called' upon Buck to carry the mail for the touchdown. The gun sounded and the Paynemen won their second game of the year. Judges Knock Off Campers HANDLEY 14 -- ALLEGANY 7 The Campers lost their first game to the Handley Judges of Winchester, Virginia, by the score of l4-7. A fumble in the first half proved to be fatal for the Campers. That fumble developed into a touchdown for the Judges, Mike Lease led the Campers with his passing while Walker, Conley, and Jackson took care of the running attack. Handley was probably the biggest team Allegany met all year. In the last quarter Alco threatened with minutes to go, but failed on the l0-yard line. Buck Conley scored the team's only TD. Tornadoes Prove To Be Too Much! ALLEGANY 0 -- KEYSER 6 A grueling fight for both teams is an apt description of Alco's fourth game of the season. All yardage was gained in short spurts as each team found the other line impenetrable. A clipping penalty found Alco on its own l yard line, but Lease's kick removed the threat. A succession of short runs, incomplete passes, punts, and the seemingly inevitable fumbles brought the first half to a close with a O-O score. The third quarter began with the same killing pace, but l3 plays later Spotts found a hole in the left of the Blue and White line and hit pay dirt. Keyser attempted a pass play for the extra which failed. Fourth quarter found Alco threatening but never quite making it. Keyser left Cumberland with the first victory over Allegany in l3 years. Alco Ties Bulldogs MARTINSBURG 0 - ALLEGANY 0 The Campers played the first scoreless tie since l936. Allegany came to life in the third quarter when Carl Brown recovered a Bulldog fumble on the l5 after a few line plungers. Lease tried to hit Johnson with a pass but the Beavers intercepted and the Campers were stop- ped again. Allegany couldn't carry the pigskin past the lO-yard line. Campers Prove Good Mudders ALLEGANY 12 - FREDERICK 0 Bucl. Conley went 55 yards in the first quarter for a touchdown that meant the difference on the muddy field in Frederick. Jupiter Pluvius was reigning during the whole game. Ouarterback Lease called a fine game with the running of Jackson, Conley and Walker. Fred- erick's fumble of l.ease's punt set up the 2nd touchdown as Doug Walker went over from five yards out. lt marked the 2nd win for the Campers in the newly organized Cumberland Valley Athletic League. Irish Shilelagh Campers ALLEGANY 0 1 LaSALLE 21 "Fumbles" and "Penalties" were the big word in the minds of Camper rooters following the game with the Explorers of Centre Street. LaSalle scored twice in the first half. The Camper offense couldn't start rolling and passing defense was weak. "Rumples" Rice played an outstanding game on defense for the Campers. Alco Bows To Westminster, 14-6 ALLEGANY 6 - WESTMINSTER I4 A rough and tumble fight all the way, but not far enough, for the Alco Campers was the battle at West- minster. Tice's fumble on the opening kickoff resulted in Ronnie Bruce punting from behind the goal. Three plays later the Owls bolted over to snatch a 7-O lead. In the second auarter the Campers turned an Owl fumble to their advantage, Walker crashed over, but Conley's placement was wide, The half ended, 7 to 6. lntercepting an Alco pass in the fourth quarter, the Owls set up their clinching touchdown. l-lead crossed over for the score then passed to Frock for the point. Allegany drove the kickoff to the Owl's 44 but lost the ball on downs and the game ended l4 to 6. ALLEGANY O - Allegany kicked off to start the traditional classic at Greenway Stadium. The first half proved to be a very in- teresting game from the Alco side of the field as Allegany outplayed Fort Hill. The first time the Campers got the ball, Lease piloted the Paynemen some 45 yards before the Hilltoppers could stop the rushing Campers. With the gaining of the backs Conley, Walker, and Jackson, Alco ground out much yardage. The defense of the Campers was superb with Tice, Brown, Rice, and Rex- road stopping the Sentinels after time. The spectators watched the Blue and White leave the field at half time with a scoreless ball game. In the third quarter Ronnie Bruce returned the kick- off to his 34 yard line. Lonnie Jackson then went two yards, Conley added 2 more and then Doug Walker F FORT HILL 20 fumbled on the Camper 35. Fort Hill recovered but found the Alco line too tough as the Campers took over. Fullback Jackson failed to hold on to the pigskin and the Red Raiders recovered again, Powell passed to Welt- man for 10 yards and then John Kesler broke through for the first T.D. of the game. After the kickoff Walker bobbled the leather and it only took the Sentinels 3 plays to go over with Hillegas going some 25 yards around end for the score. Minutes later a pass from Powell to Hillegas put the ball on the Camper 4 yard line and John Kesler went over for his second touchdown of the day. Seconds later the quarter came to a close and saw scoring done in the third quarter. The fourth quarter saw both teams going up and down the field but not penetrating the goal. I lun BASKETBALL ALLEGANY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec on on on on on on on on Q Q eb e e tb Merch 1 March 8 1956 57 Hagerstown Wcsfmxrwrcr Keyser Frcdunck Alumni Rndgnlcy Mr Smog 0 VoIILy Bruce F rt Hull Kcwser B Q M Soxcgc Beal Vollpy Emu I-Icju rs! wh LOSQIIL Hcgcmrcvwn FVLQILVICK Allegany WOV1 WON WOY1 OST WON WOT1 WOF1 WON WOV1 WON WON WOF1 WON OST WON OST WOF1 WOW OST OST WOV1 ost , 11 - 44 50 , 14 ' 55 87 . 19 H 63 70 . 21 S 62 56 I . 28 57 72 J . 2 H 61 77 J 4 4 Q 61 85 J , 8 Bc I! 64 65 J 11 f 60 63 J . 15 52 71 J 18 6 50 71 J , 22 -' 68 76 Jcm. 25 LoSolIc 58 76 won J 29 Id! glnv 55 91 F b. 1 I - . 63 59 I F b. 5 1 I 55 70 F 9 1 81 79 I F b 12 I 70 73 F LJ, 15 Fir! H111 64 83 . F1 22 . I C 64 60 I 'V 65 63 I S ' 63 67 I ' ' 57 56 I lx Q 1 x w an ,W fr, W 5 K , ff 1 f fy f . 0 f Q-f . ,V I ' iw J' 4 I vi -rf. A ,gm Q -,N',f-.auf ' . ' , ln A. JN . "7 1 Q X 9 ,fd 'Q A fr h 'N-f-..uf 'L 1 f' n F ' 3 'w U 4 J S-1 4 un F Q 1' as '9 bf, rf ff! fm Fl 7 !A , 1 17 f ' S??'?e' rl , - oo -363 I QC '. .- S Y UI l 3 5' if 4 2.1 M, Ln:'L..A" 'ii 11 5.x V-'Q' ' , 4 Q . X ev ff J J! nl if Y BASEBALL Coach R Eugene Shaw 7.-. All, "FS-3?-4 Bruce tags Deremer Dnehl batting wufh Yonkelevlfz catching 36 rst o Boadvcter E Ce: R Reed L J ckson D Paye J Y k Ie I Ch S Ab rnson Second Co ch Wlletts R B e De M Le se K R M J Mlls R Although the Campers won only seven Ed Cecrl who batted 444 and 408 respect games thus year there were some bright spots nvely un the battung averages of Ronald Dlehl and BASEBALL SCHEDULE Mt Savage Valley Beall LaSalle Hyndman Bruce Flmtstone Fort Hull Mt Savage Valley Beall LaSalle Hyndman Bruce Fort Hull Record Won 7 Lost 8 The Sensors a dscuss ng baseball I ct cs Left 0 ght R Reed Allegany op nt T Brood ate D Paye J Y kele tx E Cecil S Ab mson P Charuhas l37 Fi r W: T. r , . El, . , . a , . , . an e vi 1, B. Payne, P. aruhas, . ro . row: a Show, G. i , . ruc , R. i hl, . o , . Johnson, J. Deremer, . arriotf, . i , . Paye. . 4 3 og, 4 I2 I5 8 3 I 6 3 3 4 ' 7 3 ' O IO . 3 4 6 5 4 5 4 6 9 4 I2 I3 ' 8 9 TRACK Coach L Becker McGnII ond Goodfellow womng for the gun Goodfellow and McGulI exchange the baton 138 Flrsl' row R Goodfellow R Scarlett B Dyche A McGill E Schramm R Sfarcher J Hurt D Conley Second row G Bucy J Marvin J Duver R Knight A Kmppenberg B Suffer R Love C Jones Coach Becker TRACK SCHEDULE Allegany 72 Allegany 65 Allegany 68 County Meet State Meet Beall 72M Alco Tracfemen round the bend Romney 21 Keyser 46 Beall 46 Third place No points Allegany 66M , NA.: 7,1-gs.. ad l39 HARVEY S ALLEGANY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS RINGS MocGregor Sports Equrpmeht H WILSCDN HARDWARE CO 30 North Mechomc Street PA 24232 I Outfitters to Chompiohs WIEBEL 81 WORKMEISTER Insurance Real Estate Phone PA 43380 Trl State Mme G' Mlll Supply Co Wholesale Heatmg And Plumblng Supplies PA 2 8360 310 Commerce St Cumberland Md DIET RITE Dietary Sugar Free Beverage By the Makers of NEHI PAR T PAK 3Ol Springdale Sf Cumberland Md ' . A ' Rom. cRowN COLA l4l PArkvlew 4 0610 WALTER N YODER AND SON Plumblng Heatmg Alr Condltlonmg Route 5 McMullen Hlghway For Gifts That Last For Your Graduatlo Needs S P E A R S Cumberland s Leadmg Jewelers KAPLON S YOUNG MEN S SHOP Arrow Shlrts Puritan School Sweaters Hlckok Belts Poster Sportswear THE BUCHANAN LUMBER COMPANY 549 North Centre Street Cumberland, Maryland PArkvlew 2 0550 l42 Cumberland, Maryland . , n I I I T1 l:UXlllllllPXNll l30XIllfXVllNl Elm W Monarch Prlntlng Co ll6 Frederick Street Cumberland Maryland Phone PA 2 l-136 Prmtmg Rullng Engraving Steel Due Embossmg Offset Always At Your Servlce Kelly Tnre Servlce ll9 South Mechanlc Street Cumberland Maryland Cumberlands Own Tire And Battery Headquarters Phone PA 4 0300 1 1 - '11 rl rx ,T lld A J Al. A 1,1 l I A 0 n g a I 1 1 , . 1 1 THE MANHATTAN NATIONALLY FAMOUS MEN S WEAR Boltnmore Street ot Liberty The Men S Comer UNAJETH Mncroscopfc: Precnsnon Drnlls ond Drullmg Equipment I Mrneral Coal Co , Inc , 0I West Vlrgmra P 0 Bax IZO8 Cumberland Maryland C Ernest Frtzwater President J Wallace Close Secretary Treasurer TRI STATE MINE Cf MILL SUPPLY C0 Wholesale Heatmg and Plumbmg Supplies Phone PA 2 8360 3l0 Commerce Street Cumberland Maryland M D REINHART AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE FOR OVER 50 YEARS Lrberty Trust Bulldmg Phone PA 2 ZIII I O C O O O ' ' I I . , . , ' 0 0 0 I N i THE MACY INSURANCE AGENCY THE CUMBERLAND EVENING AND SUNDAY TIMES I' M y REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS t COOK ELECTRICALLY Nearly GPNATULATI Fast Housewives 9 . Clean In This Sure Area ,M Economical Prefer fl 'rw Soof Free Electric Cool Cooking THE POTOMAC EDISON CO er acy Allan Mac , '48 Complete Spor s Coverage O 60,000 00" X 'fs smokeless X -f I . i 5 I . ,, X X . .J ' s I , Q t GIFTS THE POST CARD SHOP C PA4 dgl fl EPS' OI-A CHRISTOPHER PHOTO LAB THE PENNSYLVANIA LUMBER Rt 40W cbidmyld TYPY I G 'g C d St ' y I V 0 25 N. entre Street Ph -II30 Wed in 't ' P' t F ' g Better Photo Finishing by Christopher . est Wholesalers N 'OWS Park osen baum s CROWNING IO9 YEARS OF TRI STATE SERVICE c b I d N ld y THE PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS C0 J I I I Sandra Hatfleld Lonny Jackson Carol lslmlnger Tom Matllck Barbara Mann Harry Yost Donna Drck Jo Ann Earsom Ralph Vlncent Paul Hasenbuhler Jane Yutzy Marla Pariser Ed Cameron Jean Breedlove John Workmelster Darla Koerner Martha Muller Ruth Merrlll Joan MacDonald Loss Lee Georgia Speus Dorothy Vose Barbara Hollls Carl Brown Ann Decker Marianne Hoelzer Barbara Hall Kaye Ort M39 MARYLAND NUT SHOP Zl N Mechamc St HOME MADE ICE CREAM AND CANDY Cumberland Maryland JOHN S COOK AND SON GENERAL CONTRACTOR 1 North Lnberty sf Phone PA 4 3838 BENNY LEVIN S TAILOR SHOP Cleaning Pressmg Repalrlng Phone PA 2 0780 46 N Mechamc St Cumberland Maryland DIEHLS ESSO SERVICE CENTER In the Narrows TIRES BATTERIES AND ACCS IGNITION BRAKE SERVICE L W Duehl LAZARUS WHITACRE S APPLIANCE AND GIFT CENTER 3I 35 N Mechamc Street Phone PA 2 2790 Cumberland Maryland GOODFELLOW AGENCY Real Estate and Insurance Automobrle Fare and Casualty Phone PA 4 2893 l3I N Centre St Cumberland Maryland THE TOY SHOP 83 North Centre St Cumberland Maryland U I I . I . I . . - I I ' l I ' ' Your Esso Dealer in Cumberland I . . . I I I I I I I ' o VANMETER S TEXACO SERVICENTER For The F GST U R I I Me s ond Boys Wear cooPER AND KELLY TIRES SCHWARZENBACH S Ph PA 2 40 Build g Supplies M Ilwork THE SOUTH CUMBERIAND PLANING Mlll COMPANY You Co un ty Lumbe Ya d S nce 1806 31 Quee Sf eet Pho e PA 22600 I in .S. oute 220 I I saptown Marya d n n I S U f h B By ' T' -44 Lumber ' in ' i r mm i r r - i n r n - PA 2 3680 PA 4 0670 For the Best Deal In Town HAROLD S USED CARS Cumberland s Largest Used Car Lot Dlngle HIII Cumberland Maryland W A R H A F T S Draperles and Slrpcovers 79 North Centre Street Cumberland Maryland The Home of BeautIfuI Shoes SHINNAMON S Flrst In Value FIrst In Style FIFSI for Men s and Boys Wear Its Always BURTON'S BOB MORELAND Master Craftsman Member of Amerrcan Soclety of Plano Technlclans CUMBERLAND CLOAK AND SUIT CO 48 58 Baltnmore Street Cumberland Maryland Y M C A RAIN OR SHINE FRIDAY AT NINE IS REC CLUB TIME S T LITTLE JEWELRY CO I06 Years on Baltrmore St - . - I I I I PIANO TECHNICIAN, A.s.P.T. Never have our opportunities and our responsibilities been Qi? 1 Q A' 7 3 Mft I3 , lg. 73' THE UNITED STATES NAVY GuAnmAN or oun coui-rrnv The United States Navy is responsible for maintaining control of the sea and is a ready force on watch at home and overseas capable of strong action to preserve the peace or of instant offensive action to win in war lt is upon the maintenance of this control that our country s glorious future depends the United States Navy exists to make it so WE SERVE WITH HONOR Tradition, valor and victory are the Navy s heritage from the past To these may be added dedication discipline and vigilance as the watchwords of the present and the future At home or on distant stations we serve with pride confident in the respect of our country our shipmotes, and our families Our responsibilities sober us our adversities strengthen us Service to God and Country is our special privilege We serve with honor THE FUTURE OF THE NAVY The Navy will always employ new weapons, new techniques and greater power to protect and defend the United States on the sea, under the sea and in the air Now and in the future control of the sea gives the United States her greatest advantage for the maintenance of peace and for victory in war. Mobility surprise, dispersal and offensive power are the keynotes of the new Navy. The roots of the Navy lie in a strong belief in the future, in continued dedication to our tasks and in reflection on our heritage from the past. greater, . Jim Fretwell . Bob Clayton . Bill O'Neill . Gary Moore . Ken Reiber Danny Vance Tom Swauger Skip Cramer Charley Meagher Fred Thompson Darrell Beachy Will Rolley Stan Johnson Frank Butler Gene Cave Rich Blank img, 'ft' S elm x W If - ff yl , J A D O L P H STEINLA MOTOR CO Lodes Ha Stylst 218 So th Mecha c St 'IO3 F ede ck Street Phone Phone PA 4 2600 PA 2 1590 S""Y" HW CUMBERLAND WAGNER s A1 Tosh 206 G eene Sf eet 8 G ee e St eat Cu be land Ma yla d CUMBERLAND MOTEL Route -40 of the Cross Roads THE AREAS FINEST MOTEL I i ir i u ni . r ri r ur Motoring From I r n r r r m r , r n I 1878 SEVENTY-SEVEN YEARS OF QUALITY 1956 SPEELMAN'S JOHN I. 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